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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893022401 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. ..rr v I i !" -- T Semi Weekly Interior vol. XX. DANVILLE. NOTES FROM ATLANTA, GA. Journai NO. 103 11. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAV. FEBRUARY 24. 1893. pound known ns Huttcrine, which in iii splendid substitute. It lays the oleomargarine stuir in the shade and Is much better than tho average butter sold in the grocery stores. There is a license of S48 per year to sell it, though, and a great many of the merchants don't handle it because of that severe tax. Condensed milk and evaporated cream are also used for cream for tho colleo and in many cases for ice cream, and na there is very little milk drunk here, the cow h utmost entirely disppnsed with. A boirdiug-houswhere milk for drinking purposes is furnished would be about us in hart to find in Atlanta as a snow-bal- l K. C. W. the Plutonian legions. e tt V V f (. Tho Utiles of tho Kplscupal church Tho I. J Scribe Continues to Find Some thing to Write About. gave a luncli at lox' photograph rooms The Atlantlnus look with much pride Wednesday. Mr. Win. Saunders, n grat.dson of on th dr splendid public schools. There MCRELAND, KY., Morton Crow, is hero after mi absence are several magnificent buildings, in In vatiou portions of which the youiig idea is taught how to of several years Take this method of iiiforming the public that they will open in the shoot and the system is sild to bo excelthe West. near future a well selected stock of Col. Nicholas McDowell, commis- lent. Gov. Northen U just bck from Cuba, sioner of agriculture, is in town. Tho family huvu been living in Frankfort for where ho went to look after the work of And in the early Soring will add to their stock a line of Clothing, the several missionaries there. As several months. Gcnt.-i-' Furnishing Goods, Dry Goods, Milliner)', &c. Our terms will is a de--Tho ladles of tho Christian church have before stated, tho r?M be cash or country produce and we will also take in exchange for htivo opened n bazar at McGoodwin's vout Iliptist and is foremost in all the goods T.tn Hark, Whisky Karrcl Staves, Hoop Poles and Hickory store-rooopposite their church, for good work done by his church. Hois (jive us a call and we will save you money. ho saw Spokes, tho sale of cakes, candies, etc., for the to tell his brethren here what and did while away, on Wednesday afbenefit of tho church. Tho High School of I'erryvllle, un- ternoon and a treat is expected. Some Pertinent Suggestions From the ComIn one of my letters I mentioned the der tho BUperintendency of I'rof. Poyi-tor- , mon School Superintendent. is prospering to the entiro satisfae fact tbst I waH disappointed in tho l'i Ihe Kditrtr ol thu interior Journal Mayor D. W. Vandeveer. With your permission 1 should liko to tion of the patrons. Tho nutnbsr of pn- - alleged beauty of tho black eyed Georgia girls, of whom I had heard a occupy a little space iu your valuable papils is constantly Increasing. 1). W. Vandeveer, Mayor of nourish Toiler Craig, col'd, was acipiUted on 1:001 deal. lVrutns I wan a little hasty. per, with a few suggestions to trustees ing Stanford, is n native of CaFey county, Tumlay by Judge Mcl'erran on n charge Mis. 0. K. Oni., whoo husb.wid is an utiil toichers of the common schools of where he was born in 1820. Ho began Ho proved that per old Lincoln county man, thinks so, at our county. of stealing coal It will not be long till the his business career as clerk in a ttoro Having lost nearly all my stock by recent fire, I. have just mission had been tiivi-- him to pick up leait, for she hindled mo without gloves former should be making diligent inqui- nnd continued in the lif. of n merchant at old stand with If ry as to who will hi hfst suited to teach wagon. I had said. nfter'Khs hiid rnd wh it the coal that had fallen from a in Casey county until 1S55, with the expresented a retraction would giv pleasant to her, the aoiniug torm in your roepectlvo dis- ception of a t vo years' service as Sheriff" C'rtpt, Uoyle O UwlfS has to the Hoylo National U.mk th head of or any one tdse, I will glndly withdraw tricts. Not whether or not thu applicant of that county. In 1810 the Whigs of a Uocky Mountain lk, antlurs iiieludmt, what I Iiavosilil, hutsiiieoraly hope that needs the Bchool; or whvthr it would b Casey county, who had a majority of 200, 'which lie got when in the west last fall. I may be riormittod to think as I ohoqbo convenient for suid applicant to teach nominated him for the but And Chemicals, Latest Toilet Articles, School Supplies, Stationery The hank has suspended this unusually on the subject tho school; not that you can git bo and ho refused to abandon his business for u and everything to be found in a drug store I. shall be pleasI talked with a gutlmnnu who paw k to teach for the public money, or per- - political side issue. line specimen just over tho entrance to 1855 ho became ed to see all my old custmcrs and as many new ones as will favor me, the 760,000 lvquituhlo building wre up hups add a month or Uo to tin: legal a merchant of Stanford aud has remained tho vault Assuring them from start to finish and ho told me he term; but It will soon bo tune lor you Mr. W. A. Harness, an old time oltl-xsuch to the present tune. He has filled of Danville, is now witli hit daugh- never si v bitch a foundation as it hat. to mo that the fiervices of one can be sesveral olllces, and was e'ected last yeir ter, Mrs. Joo Brown, of Merwr eoiiutv, In the tlrst plae tho dug 12 feel into cured who is not only provided with a to his second term ns Mayor. Ittivlii jiiBt returned from Knoxvllle, tlio tartli and then begin to in ike n certificate from tho county board of exMr. Vandeveer found Stanford several rutin., where he has been living with bis layer of beat up rouk, widen win after- aminers, but who is in popsohion of luoiir-nmuoiuirs 111 iieut hi mo uvkiuuiu daughter, Mrs. John Toed. !! i total- ward oumuiited till it v. .11 as smooth as thoie qualifications that will fit him to of bis administration, and Ima feou it New Block Opposite Court House, Stanford, Ky. a lloor. Iron rails about the sizi of those impart to others thobu things which may ly blLid and totally helpless. ally paid under his nnnagement. He Somoono bored II hoi s around t.io usml for miiroadi were then laid side be of importance to be tauijlit; ono who contracted for water works and an elecby side over tho entiro foundation, lock of John Webb's store in Mitchells-buris capable of properly managing a schorl tric light plant, which are now in enough to luv a double track for :(' with as littlo friction as possible under Tuesday night, ami yet did not efMayor Vandeveer is a man Tnon came auottier layer of even adverse circunisUuces. If tho re of fine administrative ability, beeidte fect an un trance, owing to boiiio uulook-ri- l miles. fjr ohstruction. This is thfe third at- rO( t and cement, till the entire l'J feet vised school law, which has passed tho being personally popular. Courier Jour- tempt recently made to rob the same had !,' tilled. It is a splendidly put-u- Senate, becomes a fixture (and 1 think na'. building and well worth one's ttmu it should), there will he amplu time afplace. No arrests, although certain par Mayor Vandeveer lias been twice go through it. to ter the first examination ol applicants marriid. His first wife was Mia Sallie ties are suspected. Sunday win a propitious day and 1 for certitudes, which will be in June, in Colloy, of Casey. One child was born The 70th annual celebration of aHh Every piece of timber that enters into the construction of the ington's birth day was held by the Dei- - took advantage of it by going overa good lieu of July, as the law now is, for nil to them, but mother and child both died nologian and Chamberlain literary socl portion of tliis city, hoi., howover, till contracts to be made botween trustees when it was very young. In 1S57 ho otiisof tho Centre College at the SVcond I had worshipped at least once. Sunday and teacher. Then again, by so doing married Miss Martha Lunsford, of this Presbyterian church Wednesday eve- ha great day for tho cooped -- up town all un pleas tut embarrassment on the place, and five children blessed the union-threning. There wete a number of speech people to go to tho country and all cars part of the teacher who fills to secure a of whom aro living, Mrs. Wallace E. As to Vnrnon and Misses Mattkj anil Nannie ., afto- - which tho hop at tho opera leading toward broad fluids, pine groves proper certificate will be avoided. house given by the young men's hop or green pastures are generally loaded tho teachers of Lincoln county, I am Vandeveer. For 40 years .Mayor Vandeglad to bo able to say that they are, as a down with them. You can get n club was largely attended. veer has been n membtr of the Christian ride for a nickel on most auy of tho rule, taking more genuine iuterest in Church in which he was Elder for a long Is seasoned under cover from 3 to 5 years, the running gears are all The Methodists and tho other peosoaked in boiling oil, expelling all moisture and imparting ple- of Danville known as Christians, hut lines and a largo number of those who school work that comes under their imsaid to us that ho time and an culled Campbollite, frati'i- - cannot all'ord tho luxury of a carriage mediate control than was the case a few was one of tho best he over knew. nometimes nUe to wit; Miss Pearl Faulconer Join-m- i spend their Sunday afternoons on the years ago. Many aro taking advantage Joining tho Masons when ho was 'J3, he tho Methodist church and thalchurch street cars. The Jews hero aro splendid of the vacation by attending somo good long ago went to tho top and became an having no baptHtry, llldcr Keiidrick, of patrons of the street car lines, in fact a normal school. Others aro taking u reg- honored Sir Knight Templar. In his course iu some good old fashioned brick house on Main street the Christian church, invited Mr. Tay- class of theui hardly ever ride any other ular To the wood. The wheels are made with slope shouldered spokes, lor, pastor of the Methodist church, to way. or college. academy ho is rounding up a well spent life with which makes them I went out to Bolton, seven miles disomo around with his convert Sunday It is well. Tho teacher who expects the good wife who has proved true night and immerse her in his baptistry, tant, where the Western & Atlantic P.. to be a success must not stop at the ex , ami his last dav are provine which ho did. At thu same time Mr. It. crosses tho Ohatthooheo river, and piration of tho term for which ho has his happiest and best dayH. Keiidrick received Miss llaughninn and spent tho hour very pleasantly. This is been employed; neither need one ex Mr. Cleveland's completed Cabinet is Miss Taylor Into his church by bap- the noiut from which water will bo tak pect to teach a successful school by tism en to supply Atlanta. Boltou, although teaching those things only that aro found as follows : A chocolate tea given by Miss MarWheel; the axles are all made of the best Hickory and each axle has Walter (J. Grcsham, of Indiana, Secrefar out in tho country, is reached by an in the common school curriculum, but tini itatterton on Wednesday owning in electric car for the small sum of 10 cents. should be tblo to give thu pupils en- tary of State. a truss under it, adding additional strength. Sold by John G. Carlisle, of Kentucky, Secre- honor of Miss Carrie Hunter, of This lino was built by company, which trusted to his care an ample fund of gen-orwas attended by tUo followexpected Atlanta would extend far out information. Tho child can no loug-e- r tarv of the Treasury. Daniel S. Lamont, of Now York, Secrenamed young people: Misses Payne in that direction. It is doing so to some nllord to bo kjpt in iguoranco of tho ing nnd Doores, of Crab Orchard, Kylin extent, but not as fast as it 111 the north rapid advancement that is being madeiu tary of War. About mid- this day nnd generation iu almost all Koao Nelson, Kite Du Long, Kalio and northeasterly portions. Hilary A. Herbert, of Alabuna, SecreMcDowell, linogeiie Holmes, Dimplo Ce way between Atlanta and Bolton some branches of industry, literature, nrjs and tary of tho Navy. and In fact Hoke Smith, ol Georgia, Secretary of cil, Florence Jenkins. OIlio Marrs, Kllen enterprising man has built a cemetery sciences, Owsley, Lillian Suinrall, Bessie Woolfolk on tho fop and sides of a large, high hill. all that goes to muse man or woman tha Interior. Lida Anderson, Annie Bruce, Susan J. Sterling Morton, of Nebraska, SecIt isnll platted oil" and lots are being sold practical as well as theoretical in this t Lola McFerran, Marjory Shelby, along. He has dedicated it Holly life. I trust that the tlmo has come retary of Agriculture. Wilson S. IJi?sell, of Now York, Postwhen trustees as well as teachers will Florence Downton, Margie Glass, Mario wood, after tho largo cemetery at Green, Warren, Jennie Warren, Pattie Va. Why tho hill was selected it consider the interests of the children master General. Richard Olney, of Massachusetts, AtLizzie Bell, Pattio Gentry, Mrs. J. II. is not known, save that tho originator of over whom they may have control, of Mrs. Flwood Davis. torney General. enterprise wanted the occupants far greater importance than individual Etcher, of tho A. O. Alvorson, formerly of this of tho city of the dead to be. as near as preference or favoritism. .We have. I)n. Ai'I'Lkman's Visit Next Tuksdav. place, who was arrested a week or two possible to the land wtiera "the wicked In my houest opinion the future greatin calling our Again wo take pleasure ago for stealing money from tho contri- cease from troubling and tho weary aro ness of our country depends largely upthe cotniug visit of of tho common readers' attention to Walnut street Metho at rest.1' bution box of tho on tha proper conduct Dr. Appleman, tho eminent specialist. Bolton, although a very small place, school system, for through that chauuel dist church in Louisville, has been inDuring tho past 13 months tho doctor dicted for grand larcony by tho grand haH a largo brewery, an immense ice of education only can the masses bo And opened elegant lines of has made regular visits every four weeks jury of tho Jetlorson circuit court. A plant, a broom factory and Beveral largo reached. Then if this government of many treated and is ours, which :a tho pride of every Ameri- tJ our littlo city and has establishments, greutmany people who know Alversou patients, the majority of whom ho has inbest have thought for several years that quite a manufacturing centre. All of can heart, is still to maintain its freo cured. Ho has demonstrated his ability bo was mentally irresponsible. It would her manufactures aro not sold in Atlan- stitutions, is to have its governmental afand is no longer an experiment. Ho does be nothing more than what is right for ta, or oven in Georgia, but on tho con- faire administrated by those who are not profess to perform miracles, nor bts Methodist and Masonic brethren mid trary, they are found iu many of the and will be chosen by tho people to ad claim to be infallible, but his earnest dehis former friends generally to see that Southern cities. minister the atlairs of government, wo votion to his specialties and his largo ho is properly defended when his trial Atlanta is a splendidly lighted town, must guard with jealous care our comspecial practice have fitted him for his comes on. Don't let him be ablo to say both electricity and gas beiuj used to mon school system, remembering that to work and should be assurance to the India Linens, Linen Lawns, "I was Bick and in prison and ye visited prevent the people from groping iu the the poor as well as to the rich tho doors that if there is relief for them Dr. 1110 not." darkness. Tho electric system is that of of our public school buildings are open- Appleman can give it. These visits of Co., tho saiuu ed and all nre invited to enter without tho Thompson-Housto- n tho doctor allord the sick excellent opOpen House. as used at Stanford, and the beat iu the money and without price. Linen Laces, &c. &c. portunities to consult tho beat authority (To the Editor Interior Journal.' Let us all remember tho old adage that on chronic diseases iu tho Stato at tucir country. Notwithstanding these modWabiiimiton, D. C, Feb. "0. Will ern appliances for light, a great deal of "There is no excellence without labor." homes and save a trip to the city. please inform your readers that tho Ken- coal oil and a good many candles aro ) And again, remember that it is the duty tucky Democratic Club will open tho The following old story Is going around sold, tho poorer class being the principal of all trustees to create as far as possible Typo"Kentucky Headquarters," in teacher was purchasers. in their respective districts u sentiment again: A Sunday-Bchoo- l graphical Tomple, at No. 423 G Btreet, There is a train on thu Central, of among tho people, bo that they will will- trying to Impress upon hor pupils tho tho tirat of March and will keop opon un Georgia, running between this point and ingly conincldo with you in supplement- care of the Deity for all living things, til the inauguration la over. The Club Savannah, called tho Nancy Hanks, be- ing tho public fuuds Bulliciently so as to great or small, and getting to the perorawill assist Kontuckiuns visiting here to cause of the rapid time it makes. It equip each school building with such tion of her address, eho said : The Lord, aecuro Bultable and comfortable accomgoes the distance 200 miles -- In a littlo necessities as will enable both teacher who made the mountain, made tho littlo modations, will arrange for all from Kenwho made the blade of grass. Tho less than six hours, which is pretty good and trustee to get tho most good from tucky to participate in the parade, who fuuds in the ocean made the pebble ou .the shore. time for a Southern road. little judicious outlay of desiro to do bo, and give such informaThe Lord, who made me, made a duisy." To a Kentuckian it looku rather strange name of tho districts. W. F. McClakv. tion and assistauef.'as will tend to make to see soda water fountains in full play Kansas City Star. their visit hero a pleasant one. of tho year, but the many at this tiiuo A blizzard prevailed in Now York, Virginia is still tho mother of statesl, E. E. Bahtok, Sec'y. elegant ones here seem to be doing good of New England and Ptnnsylvania as a she, cold sea- men, nor has causing a suspension of train One of tho distinguished visitors to business, notwithstanding the Congress suggested to Harry Tucker, Fair in Juno will be no less son. Ice cream soda is sold every day had a change of life. The new Senator service in many localities. There are tho World's cold drinks. 1-a person than the Rajah of Jahore, In in the year, as aro other from Kentucky aud the yet newer ono thirty inches of enow on tho level in 2. uerviuo of 40 Cocoa-cola- r, a will como.here with a auito both children of Northeastern Pennsylvania. dia.who from North Dakota aro itnmouse Lewis Kedwiue, Assistant Cashier of princes. The rajah will wear diamonds is a very popular drink and an the mother of both States and statemen. City National Bank quantity is sold. re$10,000,000. while hero valued at In the matter of multiplying and Vir- tho Gate man and prominent and a leadroomber of ing club House defeated It is a groat deal of trouble to get good plenishing tho stock of Bolons, old Tho Massachusetts majority of At- ginia never tires nor does her eldest Atlanta society, is a defaulter and has the woman suffrage bill, 07 nnys to SS dairy butter here nnd a Armour's lied. Louisville Times. coin- - daughter. lanta's citizens are using eas. n. kiN; CiKOKGK II. I'KEWITT. KING & PRE WITT, GHOCKRXKS M- 1 govt-rno- r A Jpcl YV MV MD HimDWiSLHE, 1 NEW DRUG STORE. d n NEW GOODS, FRESH DRUGS, first-class 1 11 vu Prompt Attsntioa and Lojyest Prices. i g us-ii- ii: k-- ABIE ft 11 p WML 5TUDKI BAEE1 Creat Toughness llye-inil- o WAGON i live-month- s' 11 help-mute- Stronger Than Any Other W. H. HIGGINS. Har-rodahur- g, 11 al Lu-ci- s, political-econom- Kin-rai- d, rit-li- Hich-inon- d, Seasonable Goods JUST '. RECEIVED hrick-maklu- g Nansooks and Dimity Cheeks Hamburg Edgings and Insertings, SJB.VBBANOK & SON. Ird fellow-memb- er Wed-ncsda- uon-intoxica- nt, New Stock, Latest Styles All Shapes, Sizes From 6 2 to 71-H. J. McROBERTS. i!- - . ''ivftiJiiL I1' s Semi Weekly Interior vol. XX. DANVILLE. NOTES FROM ATLANTA, Tlio I. J GA. Find Some- Journal NO. 103 ii. u. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 24. 1893. the Kpiscopal churcli Scribe Continues to thing to Write About. The AtlaiitlntiB look with much pride, Tliu ladies of Si gave ii lunch nt Fox photograph rooniB Wednesday. Mr. Win. Saunders, n grat.dsnu of Morton Crow, !h heru utter nn absence of Bevernl years in vaiious portions of the West. Col. Nicholas McDowell, commis sioner of agriculture, is in town. Tlio' family have been living in Frankfort for Vl w k i it t on th dr splendid public schools. There Ouf5-are several magnificent buildinga, in 1J, tVIORELAND, KY., which the young idea Is taught how to Take this method of informing the public that they will open in the shoot and the system issiid to bo excelnear future a well selected stock of lent. Gov. Xortheu U just luck from Cuba, where ho went to look after the work of HOVcrill moiitliH. the several missionaries there. Ah I And in the early Soring will add to their stock a line of Clothing, -- Tho ladles of tho Christian church havft before stated, the governor is a deGents' Furnishing Goods. Dry Goods. Millinery, &c. Our terms will linvo opened a bazar nt McUoodwin's vout 11 iptist and is foremost in hII the be cash or country produce and we will also take in exchange for store-rooopposite their church, for Kood work done by his church. Ho Jh goodtTn Hark. Whisky Barrel Staves, Hoop Poles and Hickory tliu sale of cukes, candles, etc., for the to tell hla brethren hre what ho saw apoKcs. uivc us a can ana we wilt save you money. and did while away, on Wednesday afbenefit of thu church. Tlio High School of I'erryvillo, un- ternoon and a treat is expected. Some Pertinent Suggestions From the ComIn one of my letters I mentioned the der the superiutondoncy of Prof, l'oyi. mon School Superintendent. ter, Is prospering to the entlro tmlisfac fact that I was disappointed in thu Ti the Kdltot ol thu Interior Journal. GeorMayor 0. W. Vandeveer. lion of the patrom. Tlio iiiiuihsr of pu- allegfd beauty of the black-eyeWith your permission 1 should like to gia girls, of whom I hail heard u occupy a little space in your valuable pa-pils is constantly increasing. I). W. Vandeveer, Mayor of nourishFoster Cralit, col'd, wsh acquitted on itood deal. IVhmos I w.n a little busty. per, with a few suggestions to trustees ing Stanford, is a native of Cnpey county, Tiusday by Judge MeFerran on n charge Mis. (J. K. OroA, whoe htisb.iud is nn mid teachers of the common schools of Ho began 1810. lie proved that per old Lincoln county man, thinks so, at our countv. It will not be lone: till tho where he was born in of stealing coal his busiuess career as clerk in n ttoio Having lost nearly all my stock by recent fire, I. have just mission had been givi-i- i him to pick up leant, for she hwilled mo without gloves former should he making diligent inquiiu the hf of n merchant iiftowh had read wli it I had said. If ry us to who will 1)4 bf.st suited to tench and continued at old stand with the coal that had fnlhm from a wagon. in Casey county until 18o5, with tho exCrtpt, Boyle O U'mIhh Iiuh presented a retraction would giv pleasure to bur, the aomiiig term in your respective disception of a t vo years' service as SheniT to the Kovlo National Hank the head of or any one else, will gladly withdraw tricts. Not whether or not tho applicant of that county. In 181!) the Whigs of a Kooky Mountain elk, antlers included, what I have said, but sincerely hope that needs tho school; or whether it would Iw C isey county, who had a majority of '200, may bo permitted to think us I uhoubu convenient for Haiti applicant to teach whirl) lie got when in the west Innt fall. nominated him for the Legislature, but And Chemicals, Latest Toilet Articles, School Supplies, Stationery The hank hits suspended this unusually on the tMibjrcL the N'hool, not that you can git so and he lefnaml to nbandon his business for a and everything s to be found m a drug store- - I shall be pleasI talked with a gentleman who wiw w .to teach for tho public money, or pertine specimen just over tliu outranee to political aide issue. In 1865 he became ed to sec all my old custmcrs and as many new ones as will favor me, the vault the "50,000 liiitible building fo up haps add n month or to the legal a merchant of Stanford nud bus remained u Iroin start to finish and he told me he Mr. W. A. Harness, mi old time term; but it will soon be tune for you such to tlio nresunt tune. He baa tilled Assuring them of Danville, is now with hit daugh- never sa v such n fouudaUou as it has. to oe that the wrvtoen of one can be last veer H veral oflices, and was e'ected ter, Mrs. Joe. llrown, nf Merwr countv, In the first place thor dug 12 feet into who is not only provided with a to his second term ns .Mayor. having just returned from Knoxville, tiio earth and then begin to in ike n certificate from the county board of exMr. Vandeveer found Stanford several TViiu., wheru he has been living with hit layer of boat up rook, wnieh was after- aminers, but who is iu possession of thousand dollars in debt at tliu beginning daughter, Mm John l'oed. 1I H tolal-l- y ward cemented till it v. as us smooth as those quallllcatior.s that will fit him to of his administration, and has peon it New Block Opposite Court House, Stanford, Ky. a lloor. Iron rails about the sizn of those impart to others tlioto things which may blind and totally helpless. fully paid under his management. He Some one bored 11 ho!a nrotind t.io used for railroads wore then laid Hide bo of importance to bo taught; one who contracted for water works and an eleclock of John Webb's store in Mitchells- - by side over the eutiro foundation, us- - is capable of properly managing a schorl tric light plant, which are now in burg Tuesday night, and yet did not ef- ini; euotik'h to lay a double track for IWi with as littlo friction Hi possible under Mayor Vandeveer is a man Tnon cimo uuottier layer of even adverse circumstances. If the refect nn tiiitrance, owing to some unlock- miles. of fine administrative ability, .bteidt& This is the third at- rocks and cement, till tho entire 12 feet vised school law, which has passed the ed for obstruction. being personally popular. Courier Jour-na1- . tempt recently made to rob the same had been tilled. It Is a splendidly put-u- Senate, becomes a fixture (and 1 think building and well worth one's time it should), there will be ample time afplace. No arreots, although curtain parMayor Vandeveer has been twice to go through it. ties are suspected. ter the tlrst examination ol applicants mnrritd. His tlrst wife was Miss Sallio Sunday was a propitious day and 1 for certifitctes, which will bu in June, iu The 70th annual celebration of WashColloy, of Casey. One child wao born Every piece of timber that enters into the construction of the took advantage of it by going overs good lieu of July, as the law now is, for all ington's birth day was held by the and child both died literary soci- portion of til's city. Not, however, till contracts to be made betweeu trustees to them, but mother and Chamberlain when it was very young. In 1S57 ho eties of tho Centre College nt the Second I had worshipped at least once. Sunday and teacher. Then Hg..n, by so doing A A tunrried Miss Martha Lunsford, of this Presbyterian church Wednesday it a great day for tho cooped-u- p town all tin pleas tut embarrassment on tho place, nud five children blessed the union There wero a number of speech people to go to tho country and all cars part of thu teacher who fills to secure a three of whom are living, Mrs. Wallace E. es, aftc which tlio hop at the opera leading toward broad fields, pine groves proper certificate will bo avoided. As to Vnrnon and Misses Mottio and Nannie houso given by the young men's hop or green pastures are generally loaded the teachers of Lincoln county, I ntn Vundoveer. For 40 years .Mayor Vandee down with them. You can get a club whs largely attended. glad to be able to say that they ure, as a veer has been a member of the Christian Is seasoned under cover from 3 to 5 years, the running gears are all ride for a nickel on most any of the rule, taking more genuine interest in The Methodists and the other peoChurch in which ho wns Elder for a long ple of Danville known as Christians, but lines and a largo number of those who school work that comes tinder their imsoaked in boiling oil, expelling all moisture and imparting to us that hu time and nn sometimes called Campbcllilo, frater- cannot allord thu luxury of a carnage mediate control than was the case n few was ono of tho best ho ever knew. nize to wit. Miss Pearl Fuulcontr join- spend their Sunday afternoons on tho years ago. .Many are taking advantage he Joining the Masons when ho was ed tho Methodic church and thntchurch street cars. Tho Juwa here are splendid of tho vacation by attending some good long ago went to the top and became an having no baptistry, Kldcr Kendrick, of patrons of the street car lines, in fact n normal school. Otheis ure taking a reg honored .Sir Knight Templar. In his the Christian church, invited Mr. Tay- class of theui hardly ever ride any other ular course iu homo good old fashioned brick house on Main street lor, pastor of the Methodist church, to way. To the wood. The wheels arc made with slope shouldered spokes, aeudeiuy or college. he is rounding up a well spent life with I went out to Bolton, seven miles disromu around with his convert Sunday It is well. Tho teacher who expects the good wife who has proved u truu which makes them night and immerse her in his baptistry, tant, whom tho Western b Atlantic It. to bo n Hiiccest must not stop at tho ex, and his last dav are provinc which ho did. At thu same time Mr. It. crosses tho Ohattihooehue river, and piration of tliu term for which ho has his happiest and best days. Kendrick received Miss Haughmau ami spent tho hour very pleasantly. This is been employed; neither need one exMiss Taylor into his church by bap- the point from which water will be tak- pect to teach a successful school by Mr. Cleveland's completed Cabinet U tism en to supply Atlanta. Bolton, although teaching thosu things only that are found as follows : A chocolate tea given by Miss Marfar out iu tho country, is reached by nn iu tho common school curriculum, but Walter Q. Grcatmm, of Indiana, Secre- Wheel; the axles are all made of the best Hickory and each axle has tha ltatterton on Wednesday evening in electric car for tho small sum of 10 cents. should be iblo to give thu pupils en- tary of State. a truss under it, adding additional strength. Sold bv honor of Miss Carrie Hunter, of This line was built by a company, which trusted to his care an amplu fund of genJohn G. Carlisle, of Kentucky, Secrewas attended by tUo follow- expected Atlanta would extend far out eral information. Tho child can no long- tary of the Treasury. ing named young people. Misses Payne iu that direction. It is doing so to some er atlord to Do kjpt in iguorunco of the Daniels. Lamont, of Now York, Secreami Doores, of Crab Orclurd, F.ylln Lu- extent, but not ns fist as it in tho north rapid advancement that is being made in tary of War. cid, l'oso Nelson, Kate l)s Long, Katie and northeasterly portions. About mid- this day and generation iu almost all Hilary A. Herbert, of Alabiuu, Secro McDowell, Imogeno Holmes, Ditnpie Co way between Atlanta and Bolton Home branches of Industry, literature, arts and tary of tho Navy. cil, Florence Jenkins. Olllo Marrs, Kllen enterprising man has built a cemetery sciences, political economy and in fact Hoke Smith, of Georgia, Secretary of Owsley, Lillian Mimrall, Bessie Woolfolk on tho top and sides of a large, high lull. nil that goes to uiuko man or woman the Interior. Llda Anderson, Anuio Hruce, nnan It In nil platted on" and lots are being sold practical as well as theoretical in this J. Sterling Morton, of Nebraska, SecLola McFerran, Marjory Shelby, right along. Ho bus dedicated it Holly- life. I trust that the time has come retary of Agriculture. Florence Downton, Margie Glass, Marie wood, after tho largo cemetery at Rich- when trustees as well as teachers will Wilson S. BUsell, of Now York, PostWarren, Jennie Warren, Pattie Green, mond, Va. Why the hill was selected it consider the Interests of tho children master General. Lizzie Hell, Pattlo Gentry, Mrs. J. II. is not known, savo that tlio originator of over whom they may have control, of Richard Olney, of Massachusetts, AtLetcher, Mrs. F.I wood Davis. of tho enterprise wautod the occupants far greater importance than individual torney General. A. 0. Alverson, formerly of this of the city of the dead to be. ns near as preference or favoritism. .We have. Dk. Aim'lcman's Visit Next Tuesday. place, who was arrested a week or two possible to tho land where "the wicked Iu my honest opinion the future great Again we take pleasure in calling our ago for stealing money from tho contri- cease from troubling and thu weary are ness of our country depends largely upof! bution box of tho Walnut street Metho at rest." of tho common readers' attention to the cotniui visit on the proper conduct Dr. Appleman, tho eminent specialist. dist church in Louisville, has been inBolton, although a very small place, school system, for through that channel dicted for grand larceny by tho grand has a largo brewery, an immense ice of education only can the masses bo During the past 15 months thu doctor And opened elegant lines of jury of the Jetlorson circuit court. A plant, a broom factory and several largo reached. Then if this government of has made regular visits overy four weeks tJ our little city and has treated many great many people who know Alversou and is ours, which is the pride ot every Ameriestablishments, best have thought for several years that quite a manufacturing centre. All of can heart, is still to maintain its freo in- patients, the majority of whom ho has cured. Ho 1ms demonstrated his ability he was mentally irresponsible. It would her manufactures are not sold iu Allan-tn- , stitutions, is to have its governmental on experiment. He does be nothing more than what is right for or even in Georgia, but on tho conadministrated by those who are and is no longer not profess to perform miracles, nor his Methodist and Masonic brethren ami trary, they are found iu lintiy of tho and will bo chosen by the people to adbe infallible, but his earnest dehis former friends generally to see that Southern cities. minister the allairs of government, wo claim to specialties and his large ho is properly defended when Ills trial Atlanta is a splendidly lighted town, must guard with jealous care our com- votion to his Bpecial practice have litted him for his comes on. Don't lot him bo able to say both electricity and gas being used to mon school system, remembering that to India Linens, Linen Lawns, "I was eick and in prison and ye visited prevent tho people from groping in tho thu poor as well as to the rich the doors work and should be assurauce to the that if thero is relief for them Dr. me not." darkness. The electric system is that of of our public school buildings are openAppleman can give it. These visits of Co., tho same ed and all are invited to enter without the Thompson-Housto- n Open House. tho doctor allord the sick excellent opas used nt Stanford, and the beet in the money and without price. (To the Ktlitor Interior Journal. Linen Laces, &c. &c. portunities to consult the best authority these modLet us all remember the old adage that Wasiiimitok, I). C, Feb. UO. Will country. Notwithstanding great on chronic diseases iu the State at their for light, a deal of "There is no excellence without labor." please inform your readers that tho Ken- ern appliances home) and savo a trip to the city. coal oil and a good many candles aru And again, remember that it is the duty tucky Democratic Club will open thu poorer class being tho principal of all trustees to create us far as possible The following old Btory is going around "Kentucky Headquarters," in Typo sold, tho purchasers. teacher was in their respective districts a seutiment again: A Sunday-schoo- l graphical Temple, at No. 125 G street, There is a train on thu Central, of among the peoplu, so that they will will- Irving to impress upon hor pupils tho the tirat of March and will keep opon un Georgia, running betweeu this point and ingly conincido with you in supplement- care of the Deity for all living things, til the inauguration is over. The Club Savannah, called the Nancy Hanks, be ing the public fuuds sufliciently so as to great or small, and getting to the perorawill assist Kontuckiaua vniting here to of the rapid time it makes. It equip each school building with such tion of her address, sho said : The Lord, secure suitable and comfortable accom- cause goes the distance 290 miles in a littlo necessities as will enable both teacher who made the mountain, made tho littlo SL LL modations, will arrange for all from Ken less than six hours, which is pretty good and trustee to got thu most good from a blade of grass. Tho Lord who made the tucky to participate la the parade, who for a Southern road. little judicious outlay of funds iu the ocean made tho pebble on .the shore. desiro to do bo. aftd rive such informa time Kentuckian it looks rather strange name of tho districts. To a The Lord, who made mo, made a daisy." tion and asslatanc'as will tend to make W. F. McClakv. to see soda water fountains in full play Kansas City Star. their visit here a plcasaut ono. at this timo of the year, but the many V,, :. K. B AKTQ.v, Sec'y. A blizzard prevailed in New York, Virginia is still tho mother of stateselegant ones here seem to be doing good of New England and Pennsylvania Wednor has she, as a men, One ollbo distinguished visitors to business, notwithstanding the cold sea- Congress suggested to Harry Tucker, nesday, causing a suspension of train will be no less son. Ice cream soda is sold every day tho World's Fair in June had a change of life. The new Senator service in many localities. There are a person than the Rajah of Jahore, In- in the year, as are other cold drinks. from Kentucky and the yet newer one thirty inches of snow on tho level iu 1-2. a uerviue dia, who wlllcomo.hero with a Bulto of 40 Cocoa-cola- r, from North Dakota are both children of Northeastern Pennsylvania. Tlio rajah will wear diamonds is a very popular drink and an immense tho mother of both States and stateiuen. princes. Lowis Hedwine, Assistant Cashier of quantity is Bold. wtdlo hero valued at $10,000,000. In the matter of multiplying and re- tho Gate City National liink and a leadIt is a great deal ot trouble to get good plenishing tho stock of boIous, old Vir- ing club man and prominent rnomber of Tho Massachusetts Houso defeated 07 nayB to SS dniry butter here and a majority of At- ginia uuver tires nor does her eldest Atlanta society, is a defaulter and has the wouinu suffrage bijl, lied. lanta's citizens are using Armour's coin- - daughter. Louisville Times. S, pound known as Hiitterine, which is in splendid substitute. It lays the oleomargarine stud' In the shade and is much better than the average butter sold in the grocery stores Thero is a license of SIS per year to sell it, tlioimh, and n great many of tlio merchants don't handle it because of that severe tax. Condensed milk and evaporated cream are also used for cream for the colleo and in many cases for ico cream, and as there is very little milk drunk here, the cow is almost entirely dispensed with. A bowling-houswhere milk for drinking purposes is furnished would be about as burl to And in Atlanta ns a snow-bal- l in K. 0. W. the Plutonian leuioiis. e mm;. CiEOKGE II. PRKWITT. f. KING & PREWITT, GROCERIES APaFD HiaLHDTarLHS, 1 NEW DRUG STORE. 1 NEW GOODS, FRESH DRUGS, first-clas- 1 uiti-xo- to Prompt Attention and Lowest Price s. W. B. a&&OB:3E,TS, AMSTERS. p Dci-nolog- ian eve-utii- g. &TUBE IB ttXJKQLiCLJ. UX ilyc-mil- WAGON '3, Creat Toughness five-mouth- s' help-unite- Stronger Than Any Other W. H. HIGGINS. liar-rodibur- g, Kin-cai- d, Seasonable Goods JUST '. RECEIVED brick-makin- g af-fai- rs Nansooks and Dimity Cheeks Hamburg Edgings and Insertings, mVElBAiTOJE & SON. fellow-memb- er nt, eaa. New Stock, Latest Styles All Shapes, Sizes From 6 2 to 71-H. J. McROBERTS. ""v. t is i - w - - V Ik Tne National League of Ameiiran Wheelmen votfd 108 to 101 to admit negroes to membership. Gov. McICinley, of Ohio, hns mado Stanford, Ky., FnimrAKY 24, 1R93 an nislgnmont. Ho was caught for $11V 000 by going security for his friend Walker. W. A train on tho West Shore railroad etnbnuk-mowas thrown down nn by a broken rail, near Palinjra, : N. Y nud euht poop'o were killed out lEVEillD.A.'y. right, besides many being wounded. "Wind-ba"Charley Mitchell, the' English pugilist, was knocked out in tho recovering from his ArrKP. apparently first round in a Now York saloon, by recent illness, Gen. Gustavo Pierre Ton whom he was several tant Bdauregard was suddenly stricken bullving. Ho had to bo hauled to his Origins .Mondown nt his homo in New hotel in a cab. day night nml died almost b"foro the Four masked men wro attempting his room. Bom in fjnii'y could roach Mil Ci.kvki.and's cabinet is now comgraduated nt West Point in 1S3S plete. Ktchard Olnoy, of Mnsaachiuettp, to rob tho bank at Lcechfbdd, Pa , when 1S18, he nml after holding a number ol important will bo attorney irenornl and Hilary A. they were discovered by Win. SholTor, military position?, ho served in the Mex- Herbert, of Alabama, secretary of the who began to give tho nlarm. Tho rob- ican war, in which ho w.ia severely navy, The latter was chairman of the hers fired at him and he fell dead. One i wounded. Returning to the Suites ho nayal committee of tho House- during of the robbeis was ciptured. Joe Mulhattan, tho erstwhilo chamas ho wm ablo to perforin Mr. Cleveland's first administration and was, as soon . service, detailed to superintend the re- holds that position now. He baa been pion liar of the civilized world, is now driving a delivery wagou in Spokane, pair of fortification-- at Mobiln and other elected to Congress seven consecutive points in the South. In 18(31 he was np- - terms and is a democrat upon whoso gar Wash. To tho rest of tho world this is pointed superintendent of West Poiutt ments no smell of mugwurapery hangs. somewhat in tho nature of n delivery l-3- c; Glasgow Times. but resigned in a short time nudoilereing Tho now attorney general is a Boston from Joseph. Near West Liberty nn old feud, hiB services to the Confederacy, then or- lawyer, of recognized ability there, but ' c. ganizing to resist the Feder.il govern- not much known over tho country nt which had existed between tho CaskeyH Sam Caskey, n ment, waB given command at Charles-on- . largo. He is another of Mr. Cleveland's was renewed, in which orother. Jell" Caskey, an uncle, Jefse which precipi-ateHo g.io tho order Yard-wid- e discoveries and tho appointment will bo Caskey, fought. JelT and Jesse were c. the memorable struggle. It was to in the nature of a surprise. Sam fatally wounded. both killed and pen fire on Fort '.Surapter when Maj. The plant of tho Harry Weissinget Anderson refused to evacuate it. This The governor vetoed tho resolution Tobacco Company, nno of tho largeer was on the morning of April 12, 1SGI, authorizing tho appointment of two adLouisville, was deand after a cannonade of a ftw hours, the ditional World's Fair commissioners, be- tobacco factories in stroyed by tire Tuesday. Tho loss is up and ho took cause a bare resolution not setting out white Aug was run Tho property He wab then ordered to Vir- that it was amended, na provided in sec estimated at and stock were insured for '5139,750. ginia and was practically in command in tion ol of the constitution, was not a method of legislation. This whs the second tobicco houo fire in the famous rout of the Federals nt constitutional Bull Kun.At Shiloh ho also exhibited There are many objections besides the in three days. In opposing appropriations or pubwonderful military ability and in nu one offered.' Tho resolution ought to showed bis genius have been killed in tho first place on lic buildings Senator Gorman s.iid that merous other battles tho country was confronted witu an "for war. After being appointed com- general principles. alarming financial condition, only U.otjt(l7?foJ'(l, A. YS, division of tho Wet and mander of the The joy of tho average Georgian over borders of which, he believed, had been '; unsuccessfully attempting to stop tl.e march of Sherman's army through Geor- the appointment of Hoke Smith to be loucneu, anu tnni exutioruinary iicuon, j A Krllun llorrronl Con. by tho treasury de-WI-- gia, ho joined forces with Gen. Joe John- Secretary of tho Interior has been turn- will have to bo taken Tho ilcturv hlu.vH tin KiurlWi Herepartment, or an early specinl rossion of ston in North Carolina and together they ed to bitterness and gill ninco his paper, ford cow? .nrs old mid Ihu winner of Congress will be necessary. surrendortd to Sherman in lSuo. binco tho Atlanta Journal, has come out tunny ptizes. She is couHJdcred one of for civil service reform. It transThe great Heading Company, regard-: was president of a railroad, tho war he adjutant general of Louisiana and man- pires that Mr. Smith's full name is ed a3 tho most powerful of all tho big And Gentlemen to i.tll and see what the attraction-- , arc at ager of the lottery company of that State Michael Hoke, but if he keeps up the trusts, has been placed in the hands of Tho writer met him onco at White Sul civil service racket it will be Dennis in three receivers. The ntlairs of tho coin-! phur Springs Ho was rather email of his State before he has been in Washiug- - pany aro alleged to bo greatly complicat-ir long. ted arid many millions of dollars nre ftntuo and bin Hppoaranee indicated ton vol ved, making tho crash one of the n os strongly his French origin. His death . The Louisville Times says that the di- stupendous in the hintory of railroads, j VfofJI rLai Hv Store in tl' i I HJ, i WCIlLWr roil .( il leaves Gen. Kirby Smith, of Tennessee, fferent between that paper and tbia is j&5s$& but sdl to one and all at the same per cent and that , why uC arc o the last of the live full generals named that the Times never falsities, a t MT. VERNON, R0UKCASTLE COUNT. getting rid of so many of our nicest Spring Good-- , arly in the .season. by tho Confederate Congress. It has edition of Washington, aa it were. The rvut rsn nnirroiu cvw. Mrs. Jnrrett Chestnut died Mon- I)rcs Good" Macureuor Cheviots.. Surges.. war closbeen nearly 2S yeare since the it.ie ninL-r,v.. ... wmv.r statement must be accentc in the na- day. T. ' tho finest Hereford damn in tv kintf f even of the younger pried and but.fow iiwns, wnic i.awns. balm tilonas. 1'Vcnch GinL'hams. frrvlnrL-.- : . . . -don). ture of news, and it is very important if -- i . .... .. ." James Prewitt has movud to Pine v....i vates, who'jfought in it, are now under uaiin.i viuui, Acpjivrcues. Liamtcons. . iT.iticU Vr.ni....a This cow is u fit Miliject l.r true. We do not beliovo the paper in- Hill. .t . waMa.. - ... ct:ii.lT-.- ni . ...... r t , I.' 50 years ofjage. The next decade will it.i .iMtiinmi-iH.-A.;M rmiicniac. 1 - riininii gs, i'i.mrt nun ii'.f0. .. v.... i.w brush. Kim shows tmiguUkxmt w iitr tends to prevaricate, but having fallen Linen Tor- meeting will be called A "turnpike" see most ofjthem depart and it will not early in cnons. Automatic I'.mbroitlery, form with both nnd nlcnccin Laces, &c, that habit, it does so uncon- early in the spring. osier be long till the last of the bravo fellows sciously and without malice prepense. Her udder larger tlmu that of uiott 'esus. Hells, cic. Largest line of Ladies'. Children's and" Men's A meetiug will shortly b cilled to boef mothers, slMuiiitf tlwtthu in nbk to I river to rest will have patsed over tho tes in the country. iHfOur stock of Huel! & Son's, V. L. Douji-lasunuiifth noblo calves. with immortal Jackson under the shade Ji'DOK Lindsay is now a Senator de discuss the Seminary plaus. Mcintosh, Sel, Schwab & Co. SHOIiS nre all on the rond to Tho grand jury nt this term returnof the treee. jure and de facto. He took the oath our emporium in Kowiatui, Ky. I hese goods . arc direct from the Mult IYrcl Monday and many prominent Kentuck-iau- s ed an indictment agaiuat a man on a largest factories in the Hast HATS of all niy.es and styles in abun The Kutitttet c.iorimeiit station, after has shied his stealing a boree til years ago. Editor G. A. Dunham witnessed the brief ceremony from charge of dance and to moll fei-at the galleries. The new Senator will ocBee Mulllns and John Evens wero a trial, Fays that it will castor into tho ring for the Tho Caundiitn furiner nay. it imy tf. Williamsburg and the chances seem to cupy the seat formerly occupied by Sen- given one year each in tho pen for fatten cuttle in Malta a tho moat of be in his favor. Green ought to aspire ator Camden, of West Virginia. After robbery at Livingston. This is a second them do. The old country farutom fj.t to something higher and better, though. he returned to his seat all the Senators term for each. ten nil their cnttlo in audi." Having exhausted their available re This is no question but that it in imm It is welljto shoot high if vou do miss came over and were introduced to him I he mot elegant line t.f Gents' LOTHING in this section will Amount sources on tho exprets agent nt this place work, but will not the tho mark, though all! republican of our by Senator Blackburn. soon be opened in our house. We can knock out the jobbers in the and failing to sustain their indictments, of mnnure pay for the extra hiltor? Out acquaintance does not think fo. When line of GROCKRIKS We bought largely in this line of goods eaily NEWSY NOTES. tho grand jury has taken a whack at tho thing is sure it is inoro Jitfafaotory U Harrison was elected four years ago, he feed, in cold, stormy in the season. We thank our friends for their past patronage and of C. 0. 1). Jiim to this place. wouldn't have given a;nickel for an ab The Texas Legislature will take n shippers muddy weather, nud there is much oi hope by fair dealing ami polite treatment to have a continuance of Attachments nnd judgment were that kind in this solute warrant on a Beat.in the cabinet. country. A. their valued patronage. rec&s of ten days to attend the inaugu submitting to tho against Cass it Tharp A. Berry in Breeder's Gazette. STKl'HKXS cc KNOX issued at this court Later his aspirrtionH ration of Mr. Cleveland. sliding scale.f induced him to apply for a at Brodhead amounting to something The Transylvania Printing Compahouee has been collectorship.lwhich ho didn't K?t, and ny's building l.Uf Stork and stocknt Lexington was like $1,500, aud their after remaining out in tho cold for near damaged $11,000 by fire. clo3ed by theslienll. it is inougut tne Ill hiito of tho jiidgmuiit tf muih o) ly four years, he i now mora than satis-lieequal the liabilities. The firm our most esteemed coiitenijKir.ii'iwit, we Four passengers were killed and 10 assets will t that the ideti coiiveyml b was composed of two clever young men must to watch ajdistillery. Perhaps injured in a wreck near Moiton, Pa., on not the is riuht after all. A bird in the sympathy of tho people is with tho jihrase, "bretiking a colt," and the the Pennsylvania railroad. IIne just received a new barrel each of Open Kettle, N. O. Molas It ravopj too much of hand, or one which can ,be easily securthem in their trouble and hope they may Fifty Maryland girls, whose papas idea that tho first thing to UmUjiio ses, aorgnum ami caramel byrup; also pure Maple Syrup, Huckwheat ed, is worth several in the bush. in tho etlucation of u child watto "bn-anre democrats and want office, no doubt, be able to resume business. The its will." Neither a horse nor n ihild and Graham Flour in bulk, self rising Huckwheat Hour, Hams ShoulCircuit court closed will march in the inaugural parade. FouRjyears ago President Cleveland of A. T. Anderson vs. thatlmshad itn will broken it worth ruif-in- ders. Side .Meat, Nrcakfast Hacon, JJroiling Ucef, Canned Roast Corn On petition of 2.'J lawyers Judge Par jury in the case rode in his'own cairiage with Mr. Har gave n verdict for Tho right thing to do is to train and Chipped Heef, Mackerel and Pigs' I'eet in band, Hyman's mixker has granted them the privilege of O. Mullins for slandwr rison to the cnpitol, where the latter Application for a new trial was tho will of Itoth by iirintie-- kindliest ed and Cucumber Pickles in barrel, Queen Gage Plums, Red Cherries , smoking in the at Lexing- f300. t , l .... ..A. irittflal......... oweee roiaiocs, rrencn l'eas, . an ' wi.iLMJL-uiettook the reins of government which the made, but was overruled. Coker vs. K. and int'dliifciu'o to dit one' bidding Ilouton's Cocoa. ton. of trust and good feeling. Do on Next Saturday former relinquished. O. railroad, verdict for defendant. Cokir Itichard Mays, a negro, think you can persuade si child that its week the order of things will lie reversoil by a train. Ho had parent knows what is t for it by beatattempted to outiage a white woman at had an arm cut ed. Mr. Cleveland; will ride with Piesi- laid down on the tracK and gone toeleep ing it? Apply horso tense to both boy Springville. Ala . and mob broke his lent Harrison in his carriage, wtncti is one night, when a train came along with and colt. Of Teas and Coffees. We will ha e a lull stock ol Scd Potatoes and to bo drawn by four jet black hoises, neck. above result. AdiniuiHtr.itor of John Thrro is great profit m l.ifo winter nml Garden Seeds, the best varieties. Have already bought Baron Bleichroeder, the richest and will be with white harness, pnch horse to be at vs. railroad company was com- eaily hpriny Iambi. The intelligent able to give'you some low prices banker in Germany, and a close friend Patterson tended by a footman in white livery. As ' nud promised. Patteison was a brakeman farmer can manage the In they drive from the;;White llou.e up of d?'1 "U le,t a frlU"e and was killed at Livingston by tbocars, Hinting bufiiues-- fo jh to make either Sixty-fou- r Pennsylvania: Avenue to thecapitol, Mr. indictments were found by cows, ewes, wivi or inaii-- come in nt , ..... ,, -- "" "" ,u when h wants them '" j,'rand jurv, principally agaiuat liq any tinioof will look mighty small beside tho ., Harrison io Ht to. But ho himself munt pty ntteiitioii " Cl.ral uor eellers; some pistol casep, horse steal-the man of .destiny, though in reality he a train on iti, load struck the vehicle in ing and bigamy. ...., .. lik,, nUnlwn-rearing and not it to the hind ch he and family were dnying. A largo number of attorneys and witFrench put it. metaphorically if not in men. Xobtisiucss iiro.spi-iwheio thu by the elevation cancy created -f- ho reality expressed, "The king is dead. nesses from Knox were here in tho miibter's hand is not felt in uvery departJ1,u,e u3tm t0 tho Supremo Bench Faulkner lumber case. Mr. J. W. ment. Long live he king," and the subsequent the Cnited States will not be filled Quibenberry, of Dan very much void Tho intelligent farmer iintl live stockand Cashier proceeding, e o' March -E- nquirer. ville, were in this ewe. Op. Taylor was man keeps on new and letter to tho deceased. interest ., and Mrs. Morton hero from Green county during tho ways of doing things every j ear, though flic BOOIS-SEriLEthe seal of have issued iuvitationa to a leception to week. Armp Lair is seriously ill of he should live to the age of 111!. Xotb Mii3.Ci.KVi.ASi)hasput elect nnd Mrs. rheumatism. Dr. S. O. Davis is on a ing U iiormnnent but change. Tho man The LargestStocl: to select from. Prices alwas as Lowjas the low-esher condemnation on crinoline. None ' ",uit tllu up with tho tiruee Swveiwon Wednesday evening, Mar. 1. trip to Burnside, Attorneys C. It. Brock who does not inaugural dresses will be made up Mr. Thos. Dallon has charge of Jewelry Department. of her goes to tho wnll ami finally to the , WatchW. C. Morgan was dangerously shot with hoops and her decision has thrown aud W. S. Jackfon wero here from Lonin ngrictilturo and live btock as es, Clocks and'Jewelry Repaired and Warranted. introduction of the at Tyrone by Jim Howard. Morgan had don Wednesday. Mr. T. T. Wallace, in everything el.-a damper over the garnisheed Howard's wages. A load of ICnjfravIiij-- : absurd fashion by the loading dressmak- who has been btuying with Col. G. W. Grit is n necessary ingredient in cluck-e"4U 'i' Baker at London for some months, is vis country. In tins, as in otner '"'"" """ ingiedi-en- t feed, it is also u neci'ss.iry era of the Old Gold and Silver takenjm exchange for goods, ra fllniri'lnnrl aimin itamnn-- 1 G(' in fcuccessful men nnd women. n iting home folks hero. Maj. F. L. IIJULlCJt7i i'lioi wwwOver 50 deaths from spotted fever A hen writer makes a bad break. Ho j .Thanking my friends and the public generally for strates that Jim MeKonz'.o was right Thompson, who thought it excruciating, their liberal pahave occurred in Marshall county. The when he spoke of her as the "uncrownly funny when your scribe wua attacked remarks, "Newly batched incubator tronage in the past year, I hope to merit a continuance by polite at whole section is in a state of terror and it chicks nro very perceptible to cold." This womanhood." is now ed queen of American with troubles similar to Job's, is almost impossible to get any one to tention, honest gooes and fair prices. tliBsamo uianuer. His walk- is tud. A.R. PENNY Tire first month of tho year staited in of tho Inmnn Steam-sh- in wait on the sick. qualities' are good. ing Tuk New York, n in line btyle, bringing iiork to tho Charles Blown, a barber, is in jail Line, now carries the American ' f1 point it had reached in the market in nt Louisville, charged with swindling his Any one about, to paiut the flag. It was hoisted to the breeze by landlady out of $100. Four women claim should take a lesson or two from Jacob 10 years. President Harrison, Wednesday, timid him r.s their Hoots, buy and meal constituto nn exhusband, and will make a Livcrwurst who paints nightly in The the booming of cannona, the tooting of joint prosecution for bigamy. Xoss Jollities musical comedy, "A Juick cellent ration for finishing off beef cattle Hteam whistles and a jollification generAt Walton'ti Opera Hause for market. The arrival of a big boy baby in the Match." ally. The president regards tho change family of Feb., 7. .Frank Wathen, nt Lebanon, of flags one of tho grandest events in his three months after hiB marriage to Miss The students of Kentucky Puiver-sttadministration. Emma Hill, is creating quite a sensarefused to carry out their pait of tho 13 Eeceivinff Hia I here ..mn to my pla-- e the 14th day of elected to suc- tion in that city. They tried to hide Droscrammo in the Washington birth Ftbru. Col. E. H. Taylor was uM. wlina.m ..1.. day celebration. This was tho result of air a HAY MARL. 1 or froiit tin.l Ictt hiad loct, iaraml imp, ceed Judge Lindsay in the State Senate the matter by sending tho baby to a the faculty's refusal to peimit the fltll- - a ,'".'51 ou' 'V hn,U h,Rh lvn,,r ca" ,ne her by by 1,200 majority over Tom Cardwell, of widow to care for, but Judgo Hives found dents to take turt in- atliletic "' orator- - pajingfurpsHurogeanJadvertinin? ntu Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give II J IURSI stAQIOrU it out and bad the little one hent home. contests. on a ver.y light vote Harrodsburg, me call. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal F. WALTON. SIX PAGES. EVERY Tiiukic is now absolutely no doubt of democratic Biiprolnnr-- in tho U. S. Senate, the North Dakota Legislature having assured a good working majority in the body by electing W. N. Koich, a democrat, to succeed Senator Lyman Cnsev. It baa been more than :?0 vtmrs since tho democrats hud possession of every branch of the National government us it will have after the 4th of March, just seven days from Tho republicans are responsible for nil of tho mean laws that opprcsi nud vex tho body politic, as at no time within tho last three decades have tho democrats been nblo'to make a law or repeal one. A brighter day is dawning is almost here. Glory hallelujah I to-da- xm; rAT lS-fo- nt g Sale! ' l-3- bar-keepe- rs, j The Louisville Store THIS WEEK, l-2- ,' - ! d Bleached Lonsdale Cotton 8 Bleached Fruit of the Loom 8 Brown Cotton 4 Z,Looh at ourt) 2lLG&k,JFX T cfc.lt r I -. . I THE LOUISVILLE STORE, HA A. Jfanagcr. Hut-foote- 1 i 1 -- H-.i35- WANT : 400 LADIES JjiiS STEPHEN S & KHQX' SSEw J wr ... I... iij.i I , Virt,. i.-- two-cen- I -- 1 -- ... Hi-nn- r " Itn Uon-hutir- 's ... -- ... i- - ' ... '- . Ix-e- f h 1 1 U-die- s t s Int,-Cu- lt li-- post-olli- ce cr iy d Below : Competition. C d esjK-ciall- wet-ter- d Den-ha- m iii'-is- i- - M'KINNEY BRO'S I T tin-ol- d to-da- , court-room- b-c- auo In-s- WE KEEP THE BEST BRANDS McKINNEY BROS. ! l( f1" "-""vice-preside- g s s "'Ul yt-a- r .,,, 1 s A TR?. fPIRlWTvVl?' R. Ver-ke- s DRUGGIST ANDJEWEL9ER And t ki-e- t. .oor-lious- o e. .t4u - "' n Kcautifully and Artistically llonc. i high-tow- - y ESTBA7. t - FAILIL WICN T1BM (G(f3DBS l rtjM fc"-i- fj rj1 . m l'l-- maijjj , .TiS ..,.JJ BAFFLED CONSPIRATORS. JIY AW (CONTINUED ( "Do yon still agree with him?" Dorothy inquired. CHAPTER XI. "No; iK'causo I nm older and wiser OMB OP TIIK EXII.KH ItKTUHN3. now than I was then; (he experience that I had had at tho time seemed to lend to his view. Well, there was a good deal of talk, to which I didn't listen very particularly until I heard Guise proving to start n .select society of bachelors for purposes of mutual protection. Every man who joined it was to give his honor as a gentleman that ho wouldn't offer marriage to any lady in tho course of tho ensuing year without having previously consulted his colleagues. And ho was to agree to bo bouni' by their decision; that is to say, if they disapproved of her or thought he -' wouldn't be hnppy with her he was to abstain from tqtenking or writing to her for six months. "Ofcourso I treated tho whole hchcine as a joke; but I had no particular objection to taking the required pledge, becauso I was perfectly certain that I shouldn't want to pn,w! to anybody before tho year was out. I daro say the other two men may havo had tho same conviction about themselves, for, ns far ",W io yon do, .Uia Lcillc"' ns I remember, wo none of us raised any IMrs. Livlio lid not quit her northIf diflicultios. It just hliows how little ern homo for minuter climes tlmt win ono can foresee tho future and how careIt was not becnmtr t ho will wan lark ful ono ought to Iw nltont committing Uig on her imrt. Sho iliil not like front one's self." ami enow; hho did not much liko Lady it was. "It does indeed!" agreed Dorothy. "I "I will tell you pnwently how that ISolvoir m a near noighlor, mid sho did suppose that is why Lord Guise felt it so not at nil liko tho prospect of renewing enmo to jkush, nnd I hojw yon will I wafeu't very mucli to blamo in the necessary to protect you. And to think iioqiuiliitaiicv with n c rtnin unsatisfacmat ter; but it is uch a long story tlmt that, in spite of all liis precautions, ho tory cotuin of L.tdy Helvolr's on his from for.Mgn jmrU. It wjw trim 1 haven't the lwnrt to embark ujon it should have failed!" Percy drew a long breath. "Yes," he Hint no great harm had nnnnrently bmi while I mn still in kukmiii. Desides it done, tlmt Domthj'i npirit.s nnd health maybs tlmt then will noneod for ine said, "I liave had better luck than I and lntter luck (ban I expected remained '.wll.'nt nnd tlmt Mr. Tlior to trouble you with (ho story at nil. I mean that if you int4?tdel to refit me last duly, can tell you. Of courso as aid might quito jKrihly lmvo liis expressed Hit"iition of visit-in- g Inst summer did you intend to rofure soon as I mado up my mind that I couldn't lot you lenvo London without NYtwtuiorcliind; Mt ill uuu would fnin me, Miss Leslie?" This was certainly not a fair question, telling you how I loved you 1 had to Avoid nil .ivoidnhin rinlw. lint Mrs. Leal i on menus wuru limit"!. and Doiothy would have been justifiwl summon n mooting of this abominable nnd :i koiuu.ii in London riwfa nwnn.v .. . ... ......,..,, in ilielining to nimwur it. Declining to society, and then a mat extraordinary thing haijieueil, for when wo met it apin no winy iuitltr to find a winter answer Mirh quefltioiis is, however, putand it tenant for n country 1iouh in Vcntinoro ty much the same thing as answering peared, if you'll believe me, that two out of tho ot.ier three members wero in tl.ind. In WVttinorelnnd. tlnrfore, thin them, m hlie said in a rosentful tone: "Lady Helvoirj seems to think that to iny own predicament. Well, one might anxious mother continued to not wm hor anxiety, which ninny trinVs hud ak for what you wanted would hnv havo though, that ns all wo wanted of quite Mifticieut then, and that i each other was to lo let alone it would contributed to keep alive, nt nil diiuiii-Mtowhen, in tho Itpgimiiug of tho now will ho qnite sufKciunt now. No doubt have been easy to como to an underyour, Lady Ikdrnir ivttini'il lioini. she livs impmted hor vIowh tqion the standing, but unluckily it did not prove so. The two uthurs happened to havo Indy lleholr had Urti nwtty, pitying subject to you.' "She has Wen very kind ami and fallen in love with theHamelady.so that visit after vnit, for n long tiuutpn.t; but now so Mrs. Letdlolitrntfroiu Dorothy encoifniging," Percy was compelled to naturally they fell out, and I myself admit; "but I think that was chielly was (ddiged tit vote against one of them, she mount to give henxdf a few wet-klK'tvitiH sho was Mirry for me, ami saw and the teMilt wax that they wero both of rest and quiet before procvrnliug how much I iucIid a little encourage- condemned to exilo. After that they reLondon. "I Hiiroow tlint incntiM Hint nho it ment. Then, too, she had faith enough taliated niton mo, and Ouiso triumphed N ,4 rliv The Volumes of the Mictwine begin with the Ml. SlerliEff Accum., No. sS, ex. Suu going to fill house with ioplo," wn in me to take my wonl for it that I did all nlong tho line. 'Wasn't it a disas(In US COXTIATJXD. Numbers fur June and December ler each e.r. trous coincidence?" not Ieao Lngland from any discredila Mr. Leslie' comment. When no time is miniioned, subscriptions will beWFST HOUND. Arr Lexington: "Very," nnrwered Dorothy, who did gin with the number current at the time ol relJut Dorothy Miid: "Oh. no; I don't bio or dishonorable cause. Hut she has A Queer Cotnliltintluu. Hound Volumes of Harper's ceipt ol order not seem to be as much surprised by think po. Shu told mo tlmt tdio wa never pre.mded to know for certain that : 'u. zi nany Tho combination of lavender nnd green ia.iopm lor three back, in clotn this harrowing tnlo as tho narrator had rs well as that of green and blue con- will beetit qy ycais post paid,neat receipt binding, only expecting ouo or two of hor rela- you cared fur me." on mail, ol $3 00 41U. J! ca'ly..'. 6.10pm cases "Oh, indeed!" exclaimed Dorothy, anticipated. "But why did you invito tinues to obtain nnd will undoubtedly be per volume Cloth paid. for binding, 50 cents ....UM.U tions." each by mail, ixt Solid Vestibulcd Trains with Dining Hushing i.p; "she actually confessed opjiosition by voting against Mr. SchneiCars. N And Mrs. Leslie felt a delioary nlmt counted very hinnrt either in evening or Remittances should bo niide by bus tranfers Mmey Order or Unit toascid tbaice of loses Throngli iutiuiring whether any ono of tho name that ihe didn't know that for certain! der or was it against Mr. Morcton." freu daytimo drehrteti. Lexii.Rton without Xewspxptr aro not to copy this udvertiiment. cbantre. I am nmnzed at lier moderation. Still I "And pray, what makns you think of Thorold wiw included among without the express order ot Harper .V Urothers. H W. FULLFR. CM! RYAN, that Schneide-nn- d Address: HARPER & 1IIIOTHLRS, Morcton were tho two I'tMtiiiinilrul Ilrojiery. Gen. Pais. Apt. Tho fact h that no mention had lxvn don't think will trouble you to tell ine Ast't Gen. Pass.ARt., N'tw York. Washington, D. 0. In theto days of funiaco heat, when Cincinnati. mndoof tho nbtu'iit politician betwivu that long story, Mr. Thorold; you real men in question?" "Oh. Lady Belvoir told mo that long halU and rooms aro warm alike, thero is t lie mother and daughter ninco tho day ly don't owe mo any explanutimi or ago. You forget that they both had to little need of closed doors kwo in tho 18S3. iUKdogy." when ho had taken leave of them. So far Pen r hail not nut his ens vcrv take leave of her, and t j make some sort Blwjung rooms, and tho portiero taltea a Now it camo to pasa on a hitter Janprominent jilaco in the decoration of tho uary afternoon, when tlu ground wa skillfully, and her auuoance was natu- of lame excuse for cutting hor acquaintcovered with freshly fallen wiowand thu ral enough: but a man who is thorough- ance until after an interval of tix home. ILLUSTRATED. The effective arrangement given in the bky was of a dull bin to color, and ragged, ly in Nrnoft is not eaaily nhatdnsl, and months." . f i.i "So yon liave known tho truth all illustration has tho ndvautago of being dirty looking cloud wero drifting along hi. mi .noiuiii ivn resoiveui io nave a HirpeiV WicJily is acknowledged as ftandinc AfsWJma 'ugJlJgBsX plain niiiwur to a plain question. After along!" at onco simple nnd decorative. Tho the hIojh-- of tho IiUIh, that Miws first anient; illustrated weekly periodicals in "Not exieily; but Lady Belvoir was a luoment'-- - nilemt ho niiM: Amrrica. Jtoicupu-- i a place between that of the and tho eearf aro all mado of orditrudging lriitk)y homeward from tho timely that of "I know you aro too straightforward clever enough to guess what tho truth nary brown denim, that costs but fifteen burned daily papor nsd includes the leiliterature vicarage, wan overtaken by a iK'doMrinn monthly both It MIIES to trifle .ith me, and I don't lmliuve must be, and kind enough to let mo hear cents a yard, and are embroidered with nnd Ileus, mid presents with equal force and felic who must liavo descried her from afar events and caught her up with di.llculty. for you will think me conceited for confess- her conjecture. She thought they might deep cream colored linen floss in a broad ity the real Ihrnies i.f current lutiory ami theofim UKiuatlsn cf fiction. On account its Wfo yi (iy&&M?&,znmf, 1 psjSv and easily executed design. ho was to nliort of breath that ho could ing that I had hopes K'fore I loft Lon- interest me. you see." sery ccmplete series of illustrations n the Woild's Fair, it will be not nnlv the best guide to the WW mK-"Well.ieally that was both clever and - WmM IT do no moro than gasp out, "How do you don. It ihii't a question of will or judgrI S&S-Tgreat Exposition, but also its bht univenir. do, Miss Leslie?" as ho removed his hat. ment; one li.ws or one doesn't lovo, for kind of Sybil!'' oAclaimcd Percy gratepublic event ol general interest will bo fully illustrated in its pafes. Its contributions being Closo insjKction might havo revealed the simple n ason that one can't help fully. "Kind to me, I moan." from the het writers and artists in this country, And when he imparted tho news of his one's and if you don't and can't lovo tho fact that, in addition to his physical it will continue to excel in literature, news and engagement that evening to his cousin Illustrations, nil otlur publications of Its class. exertions, ho was affected by mental me all tho eloquence in tho world would Twenty mllcsthc Shortest to agitation, which Is always n bad thing do mo no good.'.' Then he stood btill he did not forget to thank her for tho HAIIPF.R'S PERIODICALS. part which she had taken in for tho respiratory organs; hut Dorothy and made a half turn h as to face her. imiKirlaut Per Year : bringing about that happy event. diil not inspect him very closely. She "Must I say goodhy now?" ho inked. Harper's Magazine ..J4 00 St Louil, "You certainly do owo mo some Michigan Prints, Chicago, If Dorothy had not iehean.ed a scene oiny uiriH'u ner uenu lor a moment anc Harjer's Weekly 4 00 Detroit, Ulevdand, UuUalo. Harper's Itaiar said, without any nppearnnco of nur resembling this in many jmrticulai-- sho thnnks," Lady Belvoir said: "but even 4 00 ludlanarolis and the west, Haiper's Younr People a co would have been indeed an abnormal if I hadnt been glad to do you a service Ne a England, .anada, priM: Postasu Free to all subscribers in t)ieUnitrd "Oil, how do you do. Mr. Thorold young woman; but the worst of Mich I should have felt it my bouuden duty to New ISoston, States, Ctiuduand Mtxito. frustratothedesignsof tlint WTctchGuise. mental rehearsals is that they are liablo You nm staying with Lady Del voir, Washington, fialtimore, Philadelphia to 1st rendered altogether tift'clc. if tho It is all very line for him to talk about snpiOM'' Quickest time to Harrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky. second jwrsou concerned in thorn fails to tho protection of bachelors in general, Sjhortrsi gand Richmond, VIRGINIA 1 he volumes of tin- - Weekly begin uith the first It is most disconcert ing to ho received Quickest line to Number )f Januars of iach ear When 110 tin e in that matter of fact way by a person act his part, mid it must 1k owned that but if that was his object, why didn't ho is nentioucd, subscriptions v. Ill begin with the for whoso s;iko you have just "arrived at Miss Leslie had eqicctcd to find her try to make a few more recruits? Tho liumbir current at the timn ot receipt ot order. Hound Volumes of Harper's Week.y Icr three express speed from tho other side of tho suitor a little more humble. As it was, fact is that his plot was aimed himnlv years back, in neat cloth binding, will be sent by world, and 1'eroy was propnit innately sho could only hnd: down and trace lines and holely against me, and beforo 1 have SOLID VKSTIIIUI.F.D TRAINS thro' with mail, postage paid, or b expios, free of expense e out change via Chattan:.0a, llirmincham, Meridprovided the freight decs not exceed $1 per disooucorted. He could not help baying niton tho miow with the tin of hor ltoot. dono with htm I will inako him very ian making direct connections en route for for $7 per volume. which is no way to treat a man who is wirry that ho ever attacked mo." in a Mightly injn.-eAshevillc, Lynchburg and points iu the vicc: Cloth rases for iach volume, suitable for bind "Dorothy gave mo n hint that you ! v.'iwtii California oniv three lacking in humility ing will cu sent by mall, post paid, qq receiptor $1 each. However, when this mndoof procedure meant to mulsh him for his hins,"" reago. But iicrhaps," he added, souiew hat A SIMPLE POKTIEKE. Kemittanccs should be mscY by moro cheerfully, "Sybil told you that I had led to its inevitable result, and when marked Percy, smiling; 'but what can Tho curtains aro hung upon rings after Mmey Order or Draft to axuid chance ot loss. Newspapers are some live or ten minutes had lteen spent you do with such a hardened was coming hen." tho usual style, and whilo tho draping without tho expressnet to copy this advertisement At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming& Urothers. order ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah "I beliovo she did," answered Dorothy in a manner which was doubtless found Do you do you really think of marry- of ono makes a good effect of lino tho Address: HAUPKK& llltOTHKRS, HrtiDswick, Lake City, Thomasville and FLORl New York, conijKscdly. "IJ..ides, when wo l.is't agreeable by two deserving jteixms, it ing him, Sybil?" leaving of tho other free allows of openDA points. "Thero is nu innocent sincerity alxnit ing and closing tho assago at will. The The only line running solid Vestibuled traini with haw you you yourself s,iid that you seemed that, after all, Percy was properPullman Poudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to St. might perhaps bo in our parts in the ly improved with a sense or his own your epigrams which makes mo truly scarf consists of asinglo width of the 1893. Augustine without change lor any class of paslaving said some rather thankful that I am not in Dorothy's material, finished with a simplo routine course or tho winter." And thou, as a unworthiness. sengers or baggage. Selma nnd Montgomery, Huntss-illeDecatur tau.so uusned which ho seemed to (ind extravagant things in to that and having shoe.," "lid Lady Belvoir tranquilly. pattern along both edges and by tassels Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. satisfied himself that he was Dorothy' "No, 1 do not proposo to marry Lord of linon iloss at each end. It is wound bomo difliculty in breaking, sho Shortest and quickest to Anmston, Selma, Mo ILLUSTRATED. bile. IJucct connections made at NKW OR "It isn't u very gool time of tho Jirst love (who does not hasten to satisfy Guise 1 would rather marry a crossing over and about tho pole and makes a LEANS without omnibus transter for Gals er tor year to see Westmoreland; I should himself upon such points, and how many aweepor, and so I shnll tell him. But ho graceful finish to nn excellent though Houston, Austin, Harper's llaxar is a journal for the home. ' tit think that in weather liko this you must men, it may lw wondered, receive re- shall beg and implore mo to marry him; economical drapery, well suited to either giscs the fullest aud latest infoi motion about fashTEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. plies as truthful as that which this lucky I can promise you that much." wish yourself back in California." ions, and its numerous illustrations, Paris designs the Mud.y or the dining room door. and pattern sheet supplements are indispensnlile The enly through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, "I havo only ono wish us regards Cali fellow was privileged to receive?) he alike to the home dress maker and the profession La., making direct fornia," ho nnswered with needless em- lamented, with evident sincerity, that CHAPTER XII. al modiste No expensnis 'pared to make its ar- Miss. , Sbrcvejort transfer for Dallas, connections A SitIikIHii fortune Teller. without omuihus Fort tistic attractiveness of the highest order. Its Austin, san Autouia, r.1 1'aso and polntsm Worth. phasis, "and that id a most devout one his own record could not lie represented LADY liLT.VOm TAKlM Hl'U nEVO'QE. An old female fortune teller nt Tours, bright stories, amusing comedies and thoughtful as equally lilauk. 1 may never see it again. Or Japan that and its is famous France, has been sentenced to eight essays satisfy all tastes humor. last pageweekly I' a budget of wit and In us "Tliero'i no use." ho sighed, "in denyeither, or India, or tho Sandwich Islands, months' impnsoument for swindling a si included which is ol interest to TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. thing is or any other of tho abominable, wilder- ing that for a good many years I was for simplo minded man. Sho persuaded him women. Tho serialsKdna 1893 will be written by Walter llesant ami nesses through which 1 havo been wan- very much in lovo with my cousin Sybil. For through rates, correct Iu that ho would discover in a certain place hune Heirick will furnish Lyall. Christine Ter information call on Agent at county maps atd Kv a practical series enti(unction Cltv. Only I biipposo .it would bo true to say dering for six weary montlis." tled "At the Toilet." Grace Kirnr, Olive Thornc or address which she indicated a vast amount-o- f W. D. C'OZATT. Dorothy raised hor cyehrowa in sur- that I wasn't really in lovo with her, fmiuent conTrav. Pass, Agt., Jnnciion Cily.rCy treasure guarded by a skeleton and a Miller anJ Candace Wheeler willbcthe Columbian tributors. 'I he work ot women in D. MILLER. D. G. EDWARDS. some imaginary Iteing whom I prise. but with good genius. Tho said 7 .isure consist- Exposition will b fully represented bv many Traffic Mangr., G, P . T. A., Higginsun, in Worren mid "I never heard those countries de- pictured to myself in hor place. I can't T. Ciniirnir. ed, sho said, of a ton ol jjold and dia- lustrations please,W. cultivated audience. a Men.1' will Ito thankful enough that my eyes wero scribed as wildernesses beforo," alio remonds; but before they could bo obtain marked. "What u pity that yon should opened before I met you, Dorothyl" HARPER'S PERIODICALS. ed sho ordered him to enter upon cer"Sho is a great deal kinder ami better have traveled such u long way and not Per Yean tain ccremonioj. of which the most 4 Scientific AtMrlcaa than you choose to nllow," declared ,.. co Harper's Magazine enjoyed yourself. ' important was the burning of candles Harper's Weekly . 4 00 "Oh, as far as that goes, I didn't an- Dorothy, who could afford to Iw gener.! and incense. All this ho faithfully 4 00 llarner' Hilar ous. ticipate enjoyment," answered Percy. a 00 nnd then for several weeks dug Harper' Younf People "Well perhaps. Oh, yes; I dare say He was now walking beside her, for it Postage Free to all subscribers in the United most zealously at tho spot of ground States, Canada and Mexico. was impossible to stand still in buch a sho is. But I 6tupidly took her for a which had been pointed out to him. temperature. "I was on my way to call sample of women in general, and not so Finding his lalior in vain ho returned to very long ago I had quite mado up my upon yon," he said presently. first The Volumes of the llaiar tho old fortune tcur, who encouraged Number for January of each begin with the time j ear. When 110 OAVaTATS. Dorothy could do no less than beg him mind that I would havo nothing more him to continue, and ho did so. In all is mentioned subicriptmns will begin with the IKJIDSi SWA UK si. to carry out his intention, and this she to do with women for tho rest of my r?ho swindled tho poor man out of 4,000 Number current at the tima of receipt of order. I DKIION Hound volumes ef Harper's Vazar fur three did, though without any great cordinlity life. That was how it w.ih that I alcopvmeMTa. J francs. Paxis Letter. years back, in neat cloth binding will be sent by lowed myself to bo dragged into that of manner. nail, postage paid, or by express free of expense S.'PJSraJl0 K,4!10 Haodbook writ to TJ (provided tho freight does not exceed $1 pel vol"Yes," he went on rather nervously, idiotic conspiracy of Guise's. By the Oldest bnreaa for sweurtnu patents In Ameies. for $7 per volume. The sums of money that tho gov- ume) Kvcry patent taken out by ua is brought beforo "I was obliged to como today because, way, 1 must toll you about the conspirCloth Cases for each volume, suitable for bind U10 public- by auotloe gtroa freo or chargo ta tha 'right person' in , on receipt ol unfortunntoly, I am very much pressed acy. It was ono evening lost spring, "It there ntthal Lord Uultc. your aiie?" ernment of India devotes annually as re- ing, will be sent by mail, wards for tho destruction of snakes has Ji each. for time. My cousin tells me that alio just Iwfcre I mot you for tho first time. should be made by Remittances Percy Thorold might havo felt more brought about an unexpected result. Money Order or Draft to avoid chance, ol loss. G? wants to go to London immediately, so Threo of uj wero dining with Guise at The snakes are being bred and reared by interest Newspapers are not to copy thiiadsertisement Larsctt circulation of any aclntlrlopaprln th that I felt I mustn't miss a chance of see- his club, and ho was holding forth upon which hisin tho awful retribution with tho natives for tho purpose of obtaining wllhoutthe e press order of Harper & Urothers. world.. Splendidly iiiunrsicu. no inieingenr. friend Lord Guise was men man should bo without..it., Woekl Kf,sisj a Address. HARPER & UROTHERS. ing you." Ho added for somehow 07 the folly of marryiug for love. Ho said iJ vearl ILMslI months. Addreaa MONN CO. New York. ced if ho had believed in tho nroba- - tho usual head money offered. Jfuuiuanw, SMI JtrOsVdwar, Mew York Ctty. 8 K. XOJtltlsl. ) mm' 4l8M tr olhor tlicro scorned to lw no poisiliility of lendhifr tip to hia point by dogrecs "Didn't you think it very odd of 1110 to rush )ff round tha world at a moment's notici 1" "Wull'aho replied consideringly. "I dnre wiy miyht havo thouglit it odd if you hadn't explained to mo (lint everybody did that sort of thing nowadays, nnd that you were ospooted to do what everybody else did." "Did I nay that? I don't reme:uler what I imid, but I had air something, and I couldn't tell jon ray real reion then, ns, thank heaven! Icaunow. Anyhow you must lwive cn that I v.'.'i8 not . Mnrting on this journey of my own And, Mns Lenlie. I think I nu Biire you must havo nen bomething moro than that. I think yon must have known very well (lint what made uic hato leaving Knglaud fo was that thai implied leaving you." It was now Dorothy's turn to look porturlted and omlmnv.wil. She had noObeen prepared forwipronipta divlir-utioi- i as this, nor did sho know how to reply to it. Ah she had a strict regard for truth she decided upon the safe plan of milking no reply at all, and Percy returned: "Of coum) you knew it; you couldn't help knowing it I made no secret of in v love for yon. It would havo been lot ter if I hnd wild Iran until I was sure of beim able to wiy more; but tho truth is I never for ono moment supposed that my mouth would Im clofted at tho cktvouth hour, us Icsq." innn in love was tho worst possible fudge of the woman ho loved, and 1 think wo nil agreed with him more or a suit-po- rt l fret-will- iv-tti- ni 1 nhun-sloue- d 1 ... I . ridi; d ls-H'ii it t' hr bility of its ever bring carried into Tins notice forewarns hunler. HMWesiernA.il. but he suspected that Gniso would olheri not totrctpnst on our lands fiihprmcn nnd N-without prove too hnrd a nut for oven Lady Bel- million, at all tuli will be protectited to the per full Signed : voir to crack, and in any case ho was nt exlpntuf the law. M. I.ACKOWITZ. Schedule Dec. if? disjiosod to deprecate hasty action. 'I. I1.M.WI.A.ND. W. H. HAYS. LF.AVK NOUTO.V DAILY "Why," In asked Lis cousin at breakO C LYON. 7:00 a m for Graham niucfield. Var.n.. fast the next mornin,;, "should you rush KKED IIAUMA.VN. and all stations Flat Top and ruc.inontas K. I.. Will IK. off to London and ijien siego operations Dms. UWt MRS M.A.MARTIN 12:04 noon, tor niuefleld, Radlord, Roanoke in tins bieatliloss way? You'll only ' J. L. I1KCK. LnCnb.,,rr' k'c.hmn' "d Norfolk. 'Also (ru' frighten him. Besides, you must re- li, uiS "hl5B Harris member that he can't propose to you '"Ut.1man .. run a .rnni. r. r. Yrk .1 .. . without our permission, nnd we shall .oik via Norton' and Radfor'uV'.UoRad tori undoubtedly inflict a six months' senjunction, a Uo ?r,"J, wi' J"'" ashington; alio from I.ynchb.W to Kiel. tence upon him if ho applies to us. mond Wilt VHniaatliO Inauguration. Trains lor Pocahontas, Powhatin'iand That is tho very least that we can do for Ojod. ono who has bIhaui bo much kindly care aenr.,".?ldd-6'""'.3-' m, t oj p: m . . r !.!..for our happiness." Thn road to i.tavc uiueucia r. 10 a m .i..t . ,0 "enora-an""y . WahinKton ol Columbus ' o. A. "Who told you that I hadn't opened .uiuniuui o i? Dm i nii1 T. Itiing tho great siege operations already?" returned Lady t it inducement! in the way ol Belvoir, 'and who told yon that I am reentry, hutor going up to London to see Lonl Guise? tc interest and Your esteemed president isn't tho only train service is . riuMiitrintoiniatiun as to schedules rIjiI the Chesapeake llr.. pplyto aSe,, of Xorfolk man in London; ho isn't even tho only uud Ohio K'y, road cr to w. member of your society. If yours wero u.n. Pass. (1.1IKVILL, Va. which panes A2t Roanoke, thro the battle not a naturally selfish character, aud if ficliis ol Virgin you wero not mado doubly selfish jut and West Va and the most now by tho condition that you are in, IF VOU ARE GOING plLturcsqiiii reyou would havo given a thouglit to two ' gions of America The F. K absent friends who have been treated ok V Is the only quite as badly as you have. I hav D initif Car ,.THK Train. Alt the heard that Mr. Morcton has como bat1; hrnugh traiu. from New Zealand, and Tho Momin..; aicl.gnted wi elecrllty Post tells me that tho new member for heated with jr. I - lowmt Ktcuwlon Rate Sluinberton has arrived in town." una c i.iii t, iitir atjon jpilyto nearest ticket "Oh I fe! Poor follows!" nerntcr ildn i" li Ryjn, A.sttnt Central t Cincinnati, O. "I don't know whv vou should nitv I'anerhr them both. It la obvious that in a Louiovilic 4. Nahvillc R. R. I 1393 Christian country I can only marry ono of thorn, and to bo married by mo seems Is the line for you, as its to lto the most terrible fato that your imagination can picture." ILLUSTRATED. "Oh. you'll marry neither of them; Make close connections at but you won't let them depart in tju.icu, Harper'. Magazine fer ito) will continue to LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI I'm afraid. That's why I nm sorrv for maintain the unrivalled lUndard cl excellence For all points. thorn." which has charaeteiiitl it from the befcinnlns THROUGH TICKF.TS SOLI). An.oog tiie notahle fraturta cf the jtarnlllbe "My dear Percy, you havo never unUAGGAGFCHECKED THROUGH For any information e.iquire of derstood mo and you never will. On tho new A. Conan l)o)le, CcntaoctAuo!i)ii at.il V.'ilMarn IiUtk Short stories juts lliuii. Aeent. Ky other hand I understand you jwrfectly, will he imitrlhutcd by (he most fmpuluru! Iters Or Stanford, W PEN'N'.Trav Pass. Ajjent, nnd I understand that what is troubling thedar, inrlmlinc Maty E. vikjn. Richard Doland, I. rainier Junction City, Ky you at the present moment isn't the Mnrdin,; Davis, Margaret The illustrated deicrip-tumany othn. thought of Mr. Schneider's or Mr. Moro-tonlwpers will articles bv Julian Ralph on rew Southern and sorrows, but the prospect or having prion Child on India; Western subjoin; by The hy IVultter Hitjelow on to leavo 'Westmoreland and Dorothy Kuisla and German); by Richard Hardin? Das is CHESAPEAKE .& OHIO Lol Leslie. Well, now I'll show you how on a Iimt'ii Skmhi; by win T. A Itodge on Kastern Klder j eic Kit A. Abbey's s benevolent I am. I must bo off nl Sliakctpeart'sCoineoles will be contincontributed by but if you liko to stay whero you ued. Literary articles will Us T. N'mtnn. Mrs. Jimes Charles Fields, Wilai-there's no reason in the world why liam lie. Flint n HowelU, Urander Matthews and others Phllodolphla you shouldn't. Whether I am hero or Baltimore, Now York, HARPER'S TLRIODICALS. not fires have to bo kept going all over And all other Eastern Cities. this gr?at cold house, and you might as Per Year: well warm yourself lteforu them as not Harper's Macaiinc... Shortcst'Lmcbetveen Louisville, Lexipgton'nud ..?4 oo 1 Eastern Poii.ts. until parliauiont meets. Later on I'll Harper's Weekly .. 4 oo Harper's .. 4 00 ask Dorothy to come up and stay with Harper's Hnrir People 1X.EFFFCTXOV. 1, iSga Young .. 3 oo me, and I suppo-I shall havo to tako Postage Free to all' suSscriber in 'the United in tho old woman too, if it's a question States Canada and Mexico. EAST nOUND. Lve. Uxlngton or buying a trousseau. Well, anything Atlantic Exprpm No 2, daily.. Mldhjnd Accommodstion. No. 76. .x.'SuVCit.oam to oblige." est.buled nxptess. of-fe- POSTFJ). W e. Democratic Thousands S,"-nl'- I I I - ::".'. ! d -- , 1 1 STOSTBC WEST, 1 o- A Harper's Magazine. - Rouble IJaily Trains l"enl-mor- e e 's illustra-tton- RAILWAY. Washington, 6-- t Mag-.min- e lf i Post-offic- e Sle-per- th. 1 Harper's Weekly. Miaf-zii- it -- Lo.-di- cur-tni- 0flf! V 94 ismmssBMmv laBte,lE4 S Kv-rr- y UXITOraNATI, York, s NUW M1LEANS. d I wt-.k- s -- mm Mi sol-um- Knox-vill- "- -? Post-offi- fcATOMISAS, -- 1 Harper's Bazar. , 1 Il- T T'TJ: - lni-g- post-paid- Pott-offi- . V',v ."' A. wwiviww" wimiiMn 'yBrJir!r?giss5?!3Ssy 'if sj: 4..t r" -" r naft"" Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal I chronic woes Nothing to do bat work. Nothing to wit but fool. Nothing to wear hut cloths. To keep ono from i.'olng nude. NotlitnR to breailie but nln Quirk as n flah 'lis kouc: Kowhcro to fall but off, Nowhere iobinml but on. Nothing to comb but hair. Nowhere to tdeep but in bed, NothiiiK lo weep but tears. Nothing lo bury but dead. Nothing t.i slnir but songs, Ah, wcll.nlas! nlackl Nowhere to po but out, Nowhere to come but back. Nothing to see hut flights, Nothing to quench but thlmt, Nothing to have but what we've pot; Tims through lifo we nro curbed. Nothing to strike but a gait; Kverj thing moves that goes; Nothing ut nil but common tent Can ever withstand these woes. -- Chicago Mail. - ABOUT HORSESHOES. THE ConforniutU COACH HORSE. ir Theie SiicgrstlonsMny l'revent Your Ilnrtr Tho perfect shoo rests only on tho horn to defend tho hoof from wearing out, and it should not cover tho solo or frog of tho healthy foot. Havo tho shoo just as wide at the heels as tho hrels aro apart and no wider. If tho shoes nro wider apart at tho heels thnn tho quarters, they will act as a lever when ho steps on stones or on uneven ground, straining his pastern joints, causing them to stock when ho stands over night. Some men (who think they know mora about tho horse's foot than tho Creator) cannot get their horses' shoes wide enough at tho heel, and tho consequence is the hoof crushes down between tho heels of tho shoe, and tho whole weight of tho horso comes on tho weakest part of his hoof until his quarters and trog touch tho ground between tho heels of thobhoo. pressing his heels together. Thcro is nothing liko e.xperioneo it you can learn it. Tho second horse colt, vory tino owned was a haired, and consequently had very thin horn on her fivt. Her feet were good, but rather fiat, but I 'know it all" then and was going to havo high heels on her. So I shod her with a heavy, strong shoo, with wido wobat the too, and I nailed it on so Unit it did not touch tho heels, tc mako tho heels grow high. Tho effect was just tho opposite to what I wished. Her heels grow weaker, and in 18 months 6ho could scarcely walk without her shoes, and her hoofs grow in tho shajie of u claw by tho pull of the shoo on the 1 Stanfokd. Kv.,l'rUM'AhY 24, 1K931 I'm in Going Lumc. W P. WALTON. THE HOG IS THERE. II 'Vfr IOOOO00OGO World amnllos. Pill la . At l.uU Ho tlu Come on Tup In tlia l.Ut. f'rlt- - Tho tfto I -- . THE S3CRST aofrecrultlnffhcallh i ditcoYvrml F j i, In liver atreotlwis, lck lioatlnclie, ly- - Ql pcpsla, flattilouco, hcnrtburu, bilious .colic, eruptions of tho sit In, and Bll ) troubles of the boin;U, their oarntlva f cllccM aro iimrveions. i noy are ucor o pontic catlnrtlr.A 4awTcctirf.asrcll rueay to taltc. Frier, JP Very W SBo. email nntl 41 I'lnoe, '. Y, Ofllcc, aJ Tm TOUT'S B-ww ln(? o i J Kite I QQQQQQQQQ ost i.i Irk Tim I.otUoii of Youth. qiisinr. BSSTI.1QC1UTT. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM Parents cr.nnot bo too careful how they answer tho apparently trivial of their children. It would que-tion- 3 st seem as if a child's dictionary were n necessity of tho age. Hero is an illus-tratio- VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rTrrvTjvimiunnsovT.moRXEn. FOR 20 YEARS "Pa," said a littlo chap to his father "what does a man mean when ho gays, "Til fix you?" "Means that he'll do him up," an swered tho father briefly. "But, then, what docs 'do him up' mean?" SOLD EVERYWHERE. co,, st.locis. CURES RISING . . offered inid-wlfo BREAST ! child-bearin- "MOTHER'S FRIEND" g where "Mother's Friend" had lieenused it has accomplished wonders Anil relieved much etirTeriiip. It is tho best remedy for rl.lnir ei the breast known, and worth the price for that alouc. 31ns. M. m. lint'STEK, Montgomery, Ala. 1 can tell all expectant mothers if they will two a few bottles of Mother's l:riend they will Ko through tho ordeal vitlumt any pain and buffering. iins. .May Kuan-ham- . Argusvllle, N. D. Used Mother's Frlenil before birth ot xny (.ighth child. Will never rejre Its pral'm. Mas. J. F. Mookk, Colusa, Cal. Sent by express, charges prepaid, on receipt f price, SI JO r bottle. woman. I hao lecn a for many years, and in each caso "Bother! Yon ask too innny questions, child. It means that ho is going to hill him." The littlo fellow was silenced for the time; but, a3 events proved, ho thought over tho subject. Soon after ho was taken ill, and tho family doctor being absent a strango physician was summoned. Left alone with him for n few moments tho littlo fellow began to ask questions. "Going to cure me, doctor?" ho inquired. "Yes, yea, my littlo man," said the doctor, who was preparing a dose, "I'm going to fix you." What was tho doctor's stirpriso to eec a small, white robed figure dart from the bed and mako a bee lino for tho door, through which ho disappeared. The astonished medical man followed him and found him Fobbing in his mother's arms. To her ho was relating his fears that the doctor intended to "fix" him in tho sense that liis father had defined the word to him a few wcck3 before. Detroit Free Press. Very. toe. f BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Sold by all druggists. Atlanta, Ox. rtsr f TABLER'SQ I n WiAlw if E T 3 DblfftKlKS CURES A SURE KJ fa . M tl fS5 P3 E!,V3 rW vV 'fyW. Zl iitr)iJ dJ unuoi vtn PILES j,rf 6xu,r:s. rMM-- M?$& ar.d CERYAIN CURE known for iD vnsrci astho BEST REMEDY' PILES. COm ,.TAKK THE "What biznes yor in now, Jimmy?" Jimmy Stationer". Truth. A Trenpaner. " l Tho Portland Transcript tells a quaint story of Portland's veteran capitalist, W. W. Thomas, and ono of his tenants. C)il?wyiiu K..irM!M'CiicsyJrv3 Mr. Thomas' honso faces on Danforth street, his tenant's on Gray fctreet, and THE POPULAR AND DIRECT tho lots join. In front of the Gray street 'house is a pleasant lawn, and the premLINE TO ises are separated by a high board fence overrun by woodbine. Ono beautiful morning in September Mr. Thomas called And on his tonant, his face presenting a severe asject, and in a gruff manner dePOINTS 'J 4 ilii il manded why ho had trespassed on his A lid. ........ ground. was of no avail, and finally Mr. Thomas got tho alleged delinquent to come over to his garden on Danforth street. Then ho was shown se-on tho other sido of Vliitors. remember the Moucn is the line, with how a squash Yestibu'cd Trunin, Dinicg Cars, Palace Cluir tho fence had sent forth its vines in tresCan, I'ullman lluffet Sleeprri, at lowest rates pass on tho Thomas estato, tho result being an enormous squash. This Mr. . For Information ddr(.: Thomas had tended cniefully, and now IAS. b'AKKEK, G. J'. A , Chicago. V t: CRUSH. I). P. A . Uuuvillr presented with quiet humor to his surprised friend. MKAC413, ITOBTH "WEST, WORLD'S FAIR Dt-ni- foot, take tho shoes off as soon us the fall rains soften the ground. With sharp pinchers cut tho horn to within half an inch of tho sole. Rasp off the sharp edges bo they will not split when ho goes over rough roads, or yon can turn him bare foot any timo it you tiont uso aim on hard roada tmtil his feet get hardened or tough. It makes a horso's feet &oft and tender to shoo them, tho same as a person, nntl by going barefoot tho feet of man or beast will got tough and sound. . A horso doesn't need to bo shod units? tho horn is worn off oven with thoeolo. so he will slip around on tho slippery places and wear his feet out very fast. Hut so long as tho horn comes below tho sole, fo that as ho stands on an oven surface nothing touches but the horn, your hore is better oft without shotting: but don t let him go without shooing until the horn and solo aro woin so thin that yon can press on them with your thumb and mako him Ilinch. Don't risk your horse on icy roads unless ho is rough shod. I havo shod many horses that were lamed by leaving the shoos . too long If shod about tho time t": hair quit! bheilding in tho fall, u hct.j can carry tho shoes twice as log without injury to tho feet as he can in tho npring or summer, as tho hoof grows at least twice as fast when lie his shedding his coat. Men aro apt to forget how long a timo it is until one shoe is cast, and mon would say that tho shoos had only lieon on a month, and I would show them tho dated on ray books. It would bo thrco mouths, and I havo known them to leave tiir shoes on tix mouths. A shoo should not stay on more than two monthi on tiny horso, and 4U days is about tho average if tho feet aro d reused proiicrly. A hur&o noting for a month should havo his shoes taken off. as he is better without them. If they were taken off every day and put on only when he goes to his work, it would be best for his feet. All hort.es for all bo better without shoes, only that they would wear their feet out or slip So if vh can keep his feet from wearing or slipping tho tnirioo is accomplished. A young horso beforo ho is bhod will btcpmgunim spungy, iu;u a cat, out niter ho is shod a few mouths ho will thunder his feet down so you can hear him a mile away, jarring his joints from tho hoof up. Let any ono who disputes this try it by breaking to ride without shoes, and then get him shod. Ho will bo convinced. George Bates in New York Tribune. work-woul- d If you wisli to turn your hoto bare- High prices for fat and stock hogs and pork product must of course havo tU inevitable effect of creating it heavy thmand for good brooding stock, and we havo already reached tho point whv lino sows are in some liihianccs worth much more than good lows, ilrvodirs of registered hogs Irivo for sotno time pat seen si.rns of a rapidly developing boom, and at the West Liberty (la.) fale tho fact was developed of in it sttriling mnnuor that breeding hogs ara now in greater demand than formnny years. Mend linr Hup, not too lunre, rorcbtwd broad ntnl (Int. Ikhicm of ihk MmUlit mid iIMunI An average of over $120 for 07 head Fttrfmr, clu'fk muclo unit and repeated offers of $100 per head at on eyo promtin'l.1, iiiMtrili tlexibh-private treaty for lino bows owned by mouth not ttditp 6 local breeders from parties unable to NecV-Cwill drvfloped, neck lte!f Ixw ln; lenRthy nnd properly to titiry supply themselves at the salo would inul 6 dicate that owners of good pure bred Witherswell -- W'lldrclovd.UH'k.trtUKM,hi:i swine h.we at tho present time wiw-thin5 broad Croup (Inly iiiolemtely lopliift, dock of a bon:tur.a. up. llw tall Incotit At the annual meeting of tho Ameri- Clivrt-W- high rllbwl up, "ell onrrtt-- nhovi ! deep from Brooders' association, can Poland-ChinI ilownwnrd, full In tho Imiiii, nta held at Cedar Rapids just beforo this N'rutn: nlorHni:. fully itni .d ' Falo, there was a largo attendance, nnd tho opinion was freely expressed that the Kotoarm XlucUs well ilcokwd uud Moutl- - 5 Inc boldly out demand will not only exceed the supply, Ktie llroad fiin side In idilo In front, d i p it will tako several years to from before hn kmiid; fhiHiid l.il:.u., but that 5 examined format tun breed b.'ck to the jioint whore hogs will Knee In KmH- - 'ni on c'twn, lMoad fro u I r again lc plentiful. fore UirktMHil. with lln Ijtfttfck)- - t r We congratulate swinn growers upon and tendon, pastern u.odettiti ly ob. .,uo nrtd Mruftk tho good fo.tuno that ha overtals 'ti e ately ilicp nnd rtr tin, those who are in shape to profit by the Font Wall hvela full nid mmid, froj noil drttlni 1, jiocuhar conditions now existing and , eolo trust that calm judgment and discretion Mtuim-- or I", per -It ntnt,.llnk- t ami wrll ilpflrwd, hind ti'hrt'rt rather than undue excitement will guide bo!i l brua.1 6 investors safely through tho era of high :r Oiwcr Thlvli Well ikwloiKMl, prices now inaugurated. Hogs are now lib iium - M.tMlInu UJ:ir oat 5 legitimately wortl agKnl price, and tho ftoia Ixiftifo ktiknurd, thick S and ftronKfionrnWe teffd swine herd properly handled should llm k to nit IIUmI rannoai uhwa, brond r yield a handsome fur tuocuauing from 'imikttnrl aitd lUttnr tlinli year ut least. Breeder's Gazette. tin? front o:i-- s skin lylti; rtm Poland-Chinas , nit uiUM-lcI g d The Michigan j.grirultural station Inn prepared a tcal of points of perfection for different breeds of horses. Tho points nro arranged on a rcale of A. that IkjIii tho jHTfivt number. Professor K. A. A. Grange, veterinarian of tho Michigan agricultural rtation, says rightly that rapid machine transit threatens the Iwrv industry, and that breeders must tii'. extraordinary twins to improve their stool: in all ways. "Wo must have stronger draft horses, mora agile saddiv horses and faster roadsters," says Pro fessor Grange. Bolow is the conformation scale of iolntn Professor Grange Ina prepared for the cotu-horso btallion. lie invites criticism or remarks from breeders and veterinarians, so that if any improvement can ho made In thu scale ho can make it: of t'olntt for tho Cotirh lture Mullioii. veterinary di'jwirtinont of tho t ' i .. jrrj r, is, V.--v o. JjBff' I' I PEW Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, hue me tlirreofthe brtt llMhr in the. Stale lUlh Knirn runlncuii hrte art altn iirttmn Aseiit lor I riinulon Strain I.niniitiv The most Celebrated Kye, Kar, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist in tin- State. - ell a FliouMi-r-Modrmtcl- fo-m- a) It-- nx-t- . llilirli-Mum- Oat-ki- n Ilnck-Ilru- Md J. S. APPLEMAN Till-- M. D.. ihiij: t ii rotnri t While the favorthec tut'.nm, hmtf, ite nnd mammoth bronze turkey family Skin Httti.tit- - )aoih): MM iwt IILoimniliMK-ti- - ft atacRWi, Imt raerwill doubtless furnish the ixmtihir mar- Tuin.ertix from arrviamaiii, Rtitlc: (rr t t)loMMl Al uFrtjalitaMie,kMeMi)f ket fowl, yet for fanciera nnd fur giving tno Kretnd variety to picturesque poultry yards the ti nt. front t ft IUmI It ft vibfii In rau; white IIkIIhiiiI makes a brilliant appear WilRlitl'.Hil4a, i?irtaltrinMM, ft i.Mitut.ao Turkey. In frnt I Wo reproduce from The Poultry World CohirIUy, ' itoai, blaek, Irnwo, ruan, the nccouii.tnying artistic illustration of wltb renaaa.4e UMHiMlcattonndi ukh1 luirMi V.'liltf Midland liandttiiuie birds. !Ui; English. .Specialist, :wUmollKi.e, bat mfimnt Foot Snwtller. 1ih tale nwm knmwvw ll.an i. f Cll MHATI ll Kcrinoiy ld I'ii'rt. f l'it t, r tf Hfdulnt, t Eloctricnl Mctlical College, TOROSrO. I ANAD. Nov KtantMiin; l'h)., n ul il.e i, WT Southern Medical Institute, l.i'l l mice. t Ihteht-llMM- la, All kuown breeds of turkey aro Vill bo fttMycra Housn, Stanford trom one or tho other of tho DIiIm'I Tube a Nrwupiiprr. Tuesday, Feb. 28, one wild species of this fowl found in AmerA tertain f.iruicr, whuo name we have day only. ica when the country was diwovered. lieeu ivqueut not to mention, sold ln.1 Ono sifcni waa found in Mexico, a dlf- - large hwd of tiork Ju'iuc the Krturninc trty lour wook nt way Or. Aflmiait a (rsdviatf f lUUtrvr llapi-adown price. It ajipetirs that man, . rl t anU ih. (. MdlalC41cc, Nc he coaid rend Huglish very well, ileal Medical Cullcgc, 1'oioiitu, Caaaua. llr ka ul Oh iliK.ift he 34t piul atuilrat C'hanly lltapitalItratril it was of an economical turn of mi ad the (irat llcllrroc Imm and imuKineil he mw a couaidenible Minral Jtaf ai d itinKniiiK iciS" in diafiivaisr He. detrtra ail nrf irniliBK Chr ' k HiifUHt ing .n t.ot taking a paper. In nf and ticrtcu lu hit he wtw in tho dark onncerniisg iIm ll of IhrHiliiiiaut hi ikidmr an ripen iu c axl knl ". wlteMablihii Tieau mi the market in general ami drtrwl hog thi riaarl Luat year Ingot ft. U) for CeMtull), aad in hi j rt(. mid on Ida coniiaK to town the Pertiiancntly Cures other il.iy vnih hi bitf load of drewetl Acne and Chrcaic Calatth, Klit(lii( ib I . 1"A hogs, wltctt a hiKP'r offeVtxl him he tic tae, IhiiMtr of r.)t, rar, fnr. Uiii ami Bold his loj.d at !.,: Ku'ary, Ufiaarr aad IHaddtr troullt at otee , Iuei-- , )pep'. tlint pn-e- . when if he hd procecsltMl a iHi.hl'. ruiri: hoi.i.v.M) tcrkkys. hlruMalm jud fatal) tit, Krilfiyot r'rta ruid. ferent :t'e '.n New Rngland. Rarly in Idock or two farther Im could liarw kit! auK "I awddlr mgtM, isea iaff line fret 5 1()0. In thia ease this man Iu: lmpoUai tho lGth century specimen of both $7.S3 HikMum, iki muluel ten breiIsof tit national bird of America . 12 on his lend, imonajh to keep him i' errora or ece a te, if raecall before II ion farlair We co'aiitre runbat rial cne were taken ti Uuroto, where in tiio iinjHM-- 42 yeara. MiuHmota Lire Sto f the lace KuprrdiK.ua lar and all tropin peimatirntly temtocd courwi of time they were pnqvigated and Reporter. domesticated. . Tlint lino II or..-The memory of more thnn one or two "Driver, what dot your Iwrne weigh?" At pbilit, troful, SitnlHir, (.liel,fct. go back to a jteriud of our leaders will was a v.hn the "old white turkey hen" was a gray aked of to driver of n large dapple Suit d by attrr fjiling irmtdirt l.mcoffhra, painful lliteatraot a liandsniite uitoloKth Mrlni.lKu. w I,- -fn,in, ut el Wortl., kcirmc 'atcawt feature of the farmyard and poultry wagon. "He wetee alaatt 1.IKK) now. di n im ill irl f ved in S. It llasf roost. But in time tho breed differenhe l'p tcr cair.ot ail Ma puital r InMritinentt tiated till now tho bronao is the prevail- We Knight him before he was grown ht and . uwr. t irp.ii! lo ctairiiie t lie mot ohacutr 3"00, ami we Imivo oiTeretl i7. for medical ami ireit.d caei. ing type in A.ueriui. Meantime the difllr umlrukca nu nit urablr d teatea but turet W ferentiation in Rurope proceeded ahuiK him, but lie not for il". lie can haul hnitdmli ifivriiup 10 die. thrco tons on this wnmi. Yesterday the handanother hue and produc-CONSULTATION FREE some bird of which thorw in tho illus- had on .ri,;X)0 jionnds, and he walked rkht tration are a tyie. Tho Holland white away with it." "Yon do not havoauv And Confiilrntial Aililrnt tnrkry is a favorite in many quarters. checkrein on hiinf "So, sir. 1 love J S A IT I. KM AN, M 1) , I.ouutille, Ky. is toudor, and it attains good that horse too much for that. Ho Its bize. Its glinteuiug plumage makes it a his head up when ho moves, and he is ns conspicuous object for hawks, however, active as n trotter, and when he pulls the in districts where that bird of prey u big loads wo givo him ho wants his bend down." Western Agriculturist. uot yet beeu exterminated. HUol7 I1.I.I'., KV. Itt i jr. 1 l coiim-quenc- e r. $--, it iitiil, Ihr. loatti-iuiiua- ab-.o- a nioocl mid Skin Diseases. lii 1 hiU-lie- d I U-e- 1 s I. Uo Stock I'oliiW. d "Dan," cents to buy a monkey." HclpInK tli Monkey. "give mo 5 said n EVERY EYE ON R- "Wo havo ono monkey in tho house now," faid tho elder brother. "Who is it, Dan?" "You," was tho reply. "Then give mo 5 cents to buy the mon-kev - tiODEYS is com- nuts." The brother could not resist. Texas some Siftings. Tim Girl With Muny Jlruthers. r 1 i. pletely taken with it. Some were captured by complete and handsomely il- i l J m lustrated NOVEL, but it was those Colored Brother (from tho country) How is this, Liesel? You aro afraid of asking leavotogoout this 'afternoon, when I, your only brother, havo coma to puy you a visit. Servant Girl Well, you see, Hans, I have had so many brothers calling to see me lately. Rappcl. Wrought UN Own Ituln. He I am afraid our wedding will havo to 1) postponed for awhile, dearest. Shu Great heavens! Why? He I havo been figuring a little, and I find that I havo given you so muny expensive presents that I would not be able to pay tho taxes on thorn. Indianapolis Journal. A Surprise. Bjones I hear your friend married a Western girl. Giles Yes. Ho went to Colorado to save his lungs and succeeded only in losing his heart. Life. Portraits 3 ft V of Society Ladies, in the fashion de- partment, that "finished the business." Every eye will welcome our CLUBBING tion to both GODEYS 1 ANNOUNCEMENT (Thattoundi q.ctr,dotn'tlt?) A year's subscrip- I'AXIC :(. ROW, V. CITY, and THE INTERIOR JOURNAL One Year for S4 50. "rWUp- An ArtUt. Valet (touching up his master's complexion) How does monsieur le baron wish to appear today the picturo of robust health or as a languishing lover? Mondo Illustro. Tho department of agriculture caused a thorough investigation of the cattle disease known as "lumpy jaw" to bo made. Tho conclusion arrived at is that lumpy jaw is not contagious, also that iodidoof potassium is probably a remedy for it. An occasion of great interest will be tho convention of tho Southwestern Cattle Raisers' association at Fort Worth. Tex.. March 14. Mr. John J. Seward nqiorts in Tho Breeder's Gazette tho caso of a free martin heifer in his possession that bred and has become the mother of six calves before sho is six years old. This twiu heifer calf horself gavo birth to twins, a bull and a iieifer, in January. Such a caso is a most unusual ono. Cornstalks aro a laxative food, therefore valuable with tho concentrated kinds. There is an instance on record of a maro that produced 28 colts. Sho was alivo and doing well at 4!1 years of ago. Usually mares become sterile at from 20 to 2."i years old. During tho freeze in Now York butter, eggs nnd meat roso in prico till they threatened to becoiiio luxuries. Pork went up till it was from 5 to 8 cents higher in prico than it was nt tho corresponding timo tho year beforo. Hens should bo mated not less than 10 days beforo the eggs ure wanted for hatching. Duck raisiug nnd broiler raibing go well together. Hogs do not need so much salt as cattle. After all, blue grass makes the best pasturage, and it should bo cultivated wherever it will thrive. Fattening sheep for eastern markets has become one of the most important industries of Larimer county, Colo. Machino mado horseshoes and horse-shh nails mako it possiblo for ono to keep the feet of over a hundred horses in osifox. oo black-emit- Docking Tho Wiltshire (England) way of lamb docking is given ns follows: Two men sit upon a stool aliout 0 (eet long, facing each other, holding the lamb between them. One man puts his arm around tho lamb, securing tho fore legs, the other holding tho hind legs. Tho operator selects a ram Iamb lirt, and using an iron for castration returns it to a loy, who rcplnces it in a wood fire and hands back the "tailing iron," an' instrument about 2 inches wide at ono end, with a thin cutting edge, having a handle aliout II or 15 inches long, heuted sufficiently to cauterize. Tho proier joint having been selected the ojKrator presses tho iron upon the tail, which comes off instantly, and then tho samo instrument sears tho veins if necessary. A ewe lamb i3 handed uj, immediately, nnd with the instrument tho tail is removed without further heating, and this goes on alternately, time. Bleeding nf tor. docking u never known with this process. tlm-savin- tho reporter aside and said: "My boy, let mo gi o you a pointer in strict confidence. Tho day of tho trotter it doomed as a gentleman's driving horse. Tho star of tho hackney looms way hi near tho comet. They want horses that can draw their heavy carts and carriage at a lively paco moro than fast trotters, and tho hackney was never in such great demand. Prices nro stiff and will continue so, as tho hackney has como to stay." Philadelphia Times. Conllilrntltil an to tho lluekiiej, A prominent dealer in trotters took That color can be fed into butter u well known by dairymen, but to what extent is not definitely known. There is is naturally a very considerable difference in the chadts of Jersey butter, nnd each of thcte shades may bo deepened oi lightened by judicious feeding. Among tho articles that dcejten tho color of but' ter aro cairots uud conitneal. Yellow cornmeal tcuds to muko a deejier colored $1,600,000. but tier than whito com. I.lie Stork Point. Tho ('nilcd States bureau of animal industry has issued its rejf-ron the great and growing sheep liusintss in this country. The first half of the Irnok deals with the sheep industry east of the .ML--. sip"ippi. tliM last half with the samo west of tho MiM"sippi. It is a voliuno of facts u'ld oxjxTienco that will In invaluable to yhetp breeders, whether for wool or mutton. You can get it free by applying to thu United States agricultural depaitmcutat Washington, through your member of congions tho sooner the burer. A Bait in. mo woman has sued a thin of hoive dealers for si'J.'i.OOO dnmages, antl sho ought to get it. Tho dealers sold to her husband a horco that they know to ho diKLUsid with glanders. Tho buyer caught tho ailment and died alter a few weeks of frightful suffering, leaving his wife with six young children. Experiments in steer feeding at tho Ontario (Canada) agricultural station indicate that a mixture of silage, hay antl meal forms a safer, hotter ration than one of silage and meal alone. A Jersey bull that had Wen dishorned nearly killed his owner recently. He struck with his head, liko a goat, and trod uiion tho man with his ft- -t. Tho only safe bull of any bleed is a dead one. A goo1) will livo to bo HK) years old and grow tougher every year. Profi-ssoHenry of tho Wisconsin agricultural experiment station finds that a pinch of bonemenl or wood ashes given daily to hogs fed exclusively on com saves 28 ier cent of tho corn required to produce 100 j ion nils of pork. Tho bone-meration mado tho hogs' bones stronger even thuu tho wood ashes did. Both cows nnd yearling nnd steers aro scarce. Cows sell for from )J;10 to $20 higher than they did a year ago. For tho 12 months ending Dec. JJl we sent abroad beef, hog and dairy products to the value of $i:W,:S81,8S2, an increase over tho preceding year of mora tliau t GOOD PAY ! FOR GOOD WORK ! For Lndirs or Goiitlemoii ! S5 to S500 Casli! According to results accomplished ; in addition to u liberal commission of twenty jicr trnt. Also GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS. Impossibilities or rnvertai n ties. Every thing Fuir, Honor-ablPlain and Positive. No 'ce jirogrnrnmc o, in the. Weekly Enquirer of our Fourth Annual Contest niuonjj Agents for lurgot clubs. Jtt&"An Agency for the WnnxJ.Y Kn'ciuikcr is a profitable bueiiiar-- It i the best echool in tho world to prcpaic . r al one for a business contact with the public, a stepping-stonto busineM qualification und future jirosperily e We want good Agents lo tolicit for Tho inducementa arn subscriptions. good. extra ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. - il -- 3 ,HmiM ia-- f ..n.aii InrtDMni WcCtfl EMrVyhhKLY INi tKiUKJUUKNALI llinu.t nt w. ir. W.nrii a bcihJ, Timothy rl top Hcetl. oata co.. nml( tsTANroiU), Kv., Fi:iiituAUYli-l- , Tiii:hi; nro now 18 persona nt the Crab Orchard ICeeley Cure, wo learn from Mr. htrcet. Gua Hodman, proprietor of tho hotel, who wns hero yeaten'ay. Tho instituPERSONAL POINTS. tion ia doing n grand work for tho relief Miss Maniis Ai.koud wont to Louisvillu A. 0. Ai.VEKwi.if, who tolu from tlio of men who aro uuablo to disenrd the Tuceday. Methodiht church contribution box nt whinky habit without such nsaWnnco. Mil. II. S. Witiigiis irt on a uiiHinePH liOiilsvilk', has boon indicted for Rruud trip to Murcur. TiiKOcala, Fla., Capitol of tho 1th, h:ijh larceny. Casey persons Mit. P. M. McUoucimi wont to Lexingof tho "Quick Match." tho vehicle em- purchased tickets hero for Toxns lust Samh.ehy. I. Mack Hrui'M U opunini; ton Wt'diiCHilay. ployed of tho Noes Family to display Friday. up a nnddlory and hurncHS shop in tho tlieir remarkablo ability as musicians: Mit. Koiiickt MfAi.isTK'i. if Jesf amino, Not a lady nt McKlnnoy, married or YniKor Htublu building, with John Ilon-drTho farco is auch as to serve its purpose, single, was iu favorof an open siloon in whs over thin wook. Arbucklc's Coffee 25c; Fire Proof Oil 15c gallon and a great numchief onuitieor of rcpnirn. Mil. Fni:i J. Uon.v haa our tliankH (or and ita progiops from tho opening t'cene town; neither were tho young men. ber of Bargains too numerous to mention in all kinds of goods. l.ito Now Orleaim papora. McKinney seems to bo on u boom TiiKBubacriptiou achool of Prof. 0. II. to nicturnsduo II n ale of tho laat net wns Terms 30 days to responsible parties. Pnor. J. R HoniNBON, of JlrtuUorils-villmarked by a continuous ripplo of laugh- just now. A tnloon, a new livery stable Holmes, oaaintctl by Miss Cettio ia up on a vMt to hia pnrenta. opened with TU pupils nnd the ter and applause. Tho enso with which and another hotel, the Verandah, Dr. Mjw. J. K. Fa lima and Mra. CI.C. Kel-b- number will bolarelv increased. these clover musicians extract melody Moore, proprietor. Jr., wont to Danville ycnterdny. from tho most unlikely objects the Miabt8 Klllo nnd Mamie Wright Wk nro indebted to tho capable and facility with which churn dashers, bits went to Iexington Tuesday. F. M. Nkwh cornea from Ixmlivillothat Mra. managing editor of the J.T. Lynn ta much better mid ia appa obliging, young Mr. Hnico Haldomnn, of wood and tin pots nro mndo harmoni- Waro nnd J. P. Crow went to Danville ous ia remarkable; und the duet per- Monday night to attend the K. T. lodge. lontly convalfHcing. 01 White Goods, Embroideries, Laces in white and colored is (i units, caahiuro! llin Firat for tho cut of Mayor Vandoveer, which formed by two of tho company on the Drs. Moore and Estes wont to CincinnaMil. Jok S. ho Hunt with his compliments. bowls nud collee cups of an ordinnry ti on business. Xfttlonal Hank, of Klizibi'thtown, ia on u visit to hia mother nnd family. looking for table wns admirable in its tinkling ry tbm. Wk invito all who aro Mrs. Kiltie Hughes, wife of James Mu. Jok P. Ui'iiton bus boon ptomot-i- tnen'B, youths' and bova clothing or An excollout houso rownrdod tlio oxer Hughes, n N fireman on tho L. tinny of Mr. Xoi-- and his family. At in Louisville of consumption k and died to telegraph oporulor for Sunt. Jits. ahoca to como and aeo us thia week. Wo was brought to DuiTalo Cemetery Tuesday for For the Spring trade. Percales for Shirt Waists and Drescs; Dimity J. McKlnnoy, nt Montgomery, Aln. hnvo aomuthing especial to aay to you Walton's Opera House, Feb., 27. mm Mulls. Embroidered-Swisse- s both in white and printed; Nainsooks, interment Will Kmiihy, of Kuutucky Uni vorsi-ty- , nnd to show yon. Hughes & Tate. Tiik ndvnntngoto tho mnnngemont of India Linens, Lace Stripes and Checks from 7c to 25c. Our stock of Lexington, is nt homo on n viuit to Do not fail lb ho the tltidu bonader Tt'KsiiAY wiih ono of the moat disagree soiling ECHBOti tickets to tho lecture courting under dillicultieK in "A Quick Ginghams is now complete and at prices never offered before at this hia parenta, Mr. and Mra. .S. J. Hmbry. was demoiutrnted Tuesday night, To start our Dress Goods, we will offer a ublo daya of thia year of remarkable course all wool Match," as presented by Tho Noss Jolli- season. Mk. K. IS. Uyan, of Lexington, is now chuugea. "It rained uud It snowed nnd when, notwithstanding tho wretched ties, nt Wnlton'a Opern House Feb., 27. berge in an colors at 49c. Jjon t Jail to see tnesc goods. We are clerking for 11. F. Jonea A Son, in placo showing one of the best lines of black Dress Goods ever offered in 'Una cold atormy weather." An inch weather, a good audience gathered nt Houco to hear what of U. 11. Harp, who hua returned to hia NEW AI)VKIiTISKMK.VT3. or two of anow fell, winch tho rain nnd Wultou's Open this market, ranging in prices from 10c to $1.50 per yard. We have Prof. Jnhu Do Witt Miller had to Bay home. intervals of aniiHliino Wednesday received our full line of Trimming and Dress Silks in Surahs, Crepe Mu. J. A. IIahhip, who haa autlered Yesterday was fair, but very about tho Ubi'8 of Ugliness. Tho Bub de Chenes, Silk, &c. These goods range in prices from 50c to 51.50. GiElXST M3XX.. with thii grip for aoveral moutlia, wiw in windy and tho predictions were for more ject aeema to hnvo been selected withWe can sell you Lace Curtains from 50c to S5.00 per pair and Lace town yodlorday, for the firat timu ainco rain. out much regard to tho substance, for if W. K STON'K .V SON are now running a ilcam Bed and Dresser Sets from $1.50 to $5. We have a few more nny of uh ugly individuals nro any bettor (rit Mill noarthr old Stouo mill on Dix Kivvr. Uit full. ioj riittnitaro 01 ensea on tho Common Battitl"d with our personal nppenrnuco (Inndlng only on Mk. John S. May nnd MUwia Stella of Mr. wealth's docket for tho court, which than before, or better underataud why and Llllio May wore -:- Fielding Thurmond, returning frcm convenes Monday, but of this number wo were made so, tho fact baa escaped 10 our knowledge. there aro five against Charles Henry, Tho lecturer took n A have iflld ni,r farm anil will move to Mlilillc Frankfort to oniuir-et- . And ready-mad- e Suits that are to be sold, if burj: Marih iji'h, vtllttcllto tho higheit Mn. JoiiN Tiito.n, n lintiihomu nnd against (.1. A. Adams, eight against Sher-o- d widorango of thought, which bo clothed at our pUke 3j milo from Midditburc, ou Covle, LI ngaimjt U. W. Lee, live in beautiful words nnd presented with prosperoua young tlruirgietof : : : 1893, Miaa Louis Tiplou, against Jonathan Iitituull, while several an ctlect that was both pleasing nnd pro! Tenn., paid hia others hnvo two ami three cnyos ngalnat itablo. Tho lecture wns lull of fine points u abort viait thia week. The following personal property: We will take yours. Come and see us. Two rood Mare Coin, by Liberty Willes by a Mim Anuik Hai.i.ou returned to Clif- them. Most all these un whisky rosea. nnd being liberally interlarded with hullorjc Colt, ion ot Georn! Wilken; one frequent- by a Waterloo horse: i eoad mare in foal to a good ton Forge, Vn , Wednesday. .MIhm Mary Jtnlgis Varnon says Mr. mor, kept the nudionco, which burns tuigcxKl taddle II orim; eight Mare Mule ly applauded, in good ppirits throughChrioiiinn, whom alio cnnio to mjo, via Cnll; a goud work Mulci; i Itorte Colt by LiberCleveland can nppomt s nintiy mugia borrgretted that tho next ty WIIV; fine Mure 5 ywrj old a Rood driver; much better nt last accounts. wumps and republiiMHB to oilico as ho out. It to Denmark Itore 3 yean old and woll broke; 3 or does not occur till April. The Cow and C'ltea, 'O Eti and Lambs; 10 or 5 Tiik pulcliritudu of our wants to, but ai for him and his houae lecture llogR, im lm (,' rn. iniU (real many other things phyelognomy iawiHHiwhnt inirruil by n ho will still servo tho Lord bputtingon-l- two wo hnvo had have given our people will be offered lliai Ate not on thin bill. C. SINE J. N.MENEFKE All win of $11 and under, cash; over Term and wo should bo glad genuine cite ol varicella, or to be. muro Jellersonian tlemocnits on guard. Ho a tlesiro for more f" nut amount a ireoit ot six month! ono every week or two. An evot)!icit, tho chirkon-pox- . J W McWHOKTEK. iol has jiifit provuai it, too, by appointing to have Tiik MImmi Alcorn will entertain tho Thomas Jelforaon UeuiHlict to bo eonsUt-bi- ening could hardly bo spent more bene(Sluts Club plenoautly. in a "tacky" party. In tho Stanford precinct and Mr. ficially or mm mmmu .,mjijm A prixu la to bo given u.tehto tho voting Ilenotlicl baa given a gilt edged bond and MATniMONIAL MATTERS. McKlNX( KY. Inly und geutlemen who nppottr hi tho entered upon this discharge of his du Wnlk--- r, ahnbbit'At coatumea. .niley Walker, son of T. M. I hitc 1'iiuht abive ment:o.ied Hotel at Mr-ties. nney and have ttaclieil a Mu. J. M.Cook, Mra. K. C. Walton! and Miss Clmrity Parlin elopnil from Tics Diiinocnt says that Harrodaburg Lunonster to Cincinnati and were marand MtM Lucy lco catno down from First-Chs- s Bar and Pcol Boons. llustonvillu vt'.ilerdny nnd nro ut Mr. O. will not etitor tho Hj.-- Hall Leaguu thia ried. The groom is iu his lsth year, repaired and refurnished ths Hotel and It. Cooper'a. Mr. Iv. O. Walton will ar- ywirnml the Advoento anya that Dan- while the bride Is 110. am oetter thin er ville nil! not, "as anch n tiling is rather Stuulay. rive from.'Atlunta Mr. Ben W. Guines, Jr., nnd Mits ia thiukiug of lo- expensive bueineas und tho fuutla hnvo Ijuirn, daughter of Mr. K. B. Beazley, of Prepared to Accommodate the 1)k. W. 11. O'ltAN-.voOur facilities for giving the greatest values lor the least outlay, are Public. cating hero and with Hr. I. S. lStuilctt, to ho puTrp by n few persons. A strict- this county, accompanied by Miss Annie ly amateur team will probably be organ-ue- (ireeii and James Beazley, wont over to establishunsurpassed. tho nototl Itrodhtmd coullbt, pKul.ittentim to Commercial Men. and a spries of games played witli Lexington Tuesday nud were married nt W Git El N'.l'r. prittor. ing a sanitarium for the tiuatiueuLoI eye JOE (.AKSON, Manager Htwnv, in which ho lias made hinolf similar orKtiniimUiona." Stanford baa had the Phunix Hotel, on Wellington's Jourprollclent. W hope that ha till tinti it enough of it alao nnd the IvTrmoit birthday. As Kip VnnWtnklo would nals will tight shy of an organisation say; Hero's to their good health, their protltHolo to do m). from Washington couveya which cost them 'more than it cornea to. fnmilieV good health and may they live A BUY TIIK CELEBRATED tho iinploaa.int information that (iov. Two weeks ago whn wo reported that long n'ld prosper. V'Creary nllppotl on tho nUpa of tho a railroad olllcinl had told us Hint the en CHURCH AFFAIRS. uonr where Congru'i'iiii.in T.uil-be- gineeis would not Htriko nor would there killed, and fAlling, broku a bono bo nn increase o1 wages, a llrothorhood wab Hiv. I. y MoKlroy'a meetitin nt in hia wriat. Hia fnenda hern hope that mau took us to taw nnd said wo would lu'oractow clocil uitli 17 adilittoriH. ..tf.t.yhumous Klilcr L. II. Stiner, pastor of tlio itho nccidunt will notIIIprovti It... I.Lk wand see. Well wo have st'Hii that tho olll. .. a . i til. Mjr fine tr i ttal'.c, Ntboth, will mnkc a inai ine governor win nt I'mlucnh, hua K l!ij)hmaii',in theWcst cinl w as right. A Iter n seaaion of JnJ days Cliiiftian short ao"i a Jlr htiuio hia duties. of thoongineeis liiri resinmition mill nccoptetln call Knd of I.m ol i, tho grievance committee Mu. a sis Miw. A. Hays will leave in a ami firemen signed nn agreement with to Georgetown At few daya for Luwrencobtirg, to live. Tho The HopkuiavilliirJH have cone clean tho management of the road. In conn atoro in n S. HAl UH.MAN. Iln ervio n Imlled to M elci.t mari-nlinn of I'rbnnaky Co. rented sideration of fair treatment in the pat tlaft on b'am .Jones. Hu lectured theru 103 Block of good?, that place and bought a WetlEi-eilaand a promise of its continuation, the evt'tiiiiK anil every seat iu Olive Points, three for Si. but tho mau who Hgreed to manage it demand for a gneral increase of wages tho opera house was lilletl by people who forced to backed out nnd Mr. Hnya was withdrawn. Tho road conceded nn hatl reaerveil them In advance at a fancy Chadwick. ltailoy .V Co.'s l'nutee, Ac, I'lninlllf take charge himself. Ho will leave Mr. advance in some iudididunl cases. The price. Co ' Crs , Kc , usatmt Chadwicl, Hiltoy Thompa P. Kauey to auporintend tho llrothorhood of Locomotive F.ngiueers is Dclts. In Kiuity. Notice to Creditors. I'reH- Two hundred and thirty-fiv- e All irroni haMni; claims a;mifl ChadnlcL, Louisvillu atoro hero, quite a compliment Kdmiston, Jamc T. llailey ,V Co., Chadwick tho Illicit body of urtigaua iu tiie world byteriun niinigternof tho Xoithern man. During their or John R Uaiky are hemby notiliid ton worthy young and being noted foi their conservatism, have eitied a plea for peace and Chadlck Mine, properly verllicd .ind procn, a tu file the stay hero Mr. ami Mra. I lava have won wis Acre anro they would do nothing work iu the church. The text of the reitilred by togelhtr with nv rilinps with the undersigned Master Commissioner of th tho catooui of our people, who will regret rash. Chairmun S. W. Pcttibone, who appeal deprecates the pievalenco of Will begin at- Lincoln Circuit Court, oil or before the iM day ot hearing of evidence of such to act; them leave. hua handled tho matter for the engindiscussion and Btrifo over doc- March, i ill Ibewhen the cloned. claim (5 M.I)A ISON eers, deserves grent credit for his com- trines which are not essential. Master Coiu'r Lincoln Circuit Couit. m; CITY AND VICINITY. would mendable courseiudiveitingwlint organiza FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Finder pleaso have proved a disaster to his spectacles. Loar.-U- old Kriday, Feb. 3. Kverv pair of Shoes in the house have been reduced tion, crippled tlio L. it N. and done inllurnside. return to Mra. M. C. for this Special Sale. .Habies' fine Kid Shoes, to 5, at 50c, worth C. Vanoy has o'. ues with Trf J l ST ONK N1H1IT, calculable dnuuige to tho trade of tho lambs. 75c; child's 5 to S at 50c; Misses' 8 to 12 and 12 to 2 at 75c, worth lloAiiiiEiu wnnted by tho day or week, sections through which it runs. m mm Tn o ;;ood jacks for sale. J. Wal ki r $1 and 1.25. These tjoods are just from auction. Ladies' fine Shoe or transient. Mra. T. M. White. ' from 75c up; Men's from S5C up; rubbers at bottom prices. 150 pair Tiik Washington nartv uiven by Misa Uivens, McKinney. Letcher LVJ3, iiiay btalliou, was hold of Men s Boots at cost, You can afford to buy these goods now and Tiik Noss Jollity Company jumps from Lillian Tanner Wednesday night nt her here, arriving nt midnight home in MclCinney proved a delightful to r.iht, of Ruin, for ?2,'.'0O. Chattanooga SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT. lay aside for future use. Sample Shoes at wholesale prices. Now is M. .S. 15aunhinan bought of K. M. .Sunday. occasion. All of tho pirticipnnts weie fail to get one of those handsome Poryour'time to buy. or Martha used Yowell a work imilo for $loQ. either as drcseed traits before it is too late. Waxtku. A good white girl at once. to Hest BhippiiiK cnttlo briug ol, best; nnd tho contrast with the coatumea of JOjXT3SS small family. Address Good homo in in tho preaent day nmdo many of the wear- hoa SJ and best hlieep o in Cincinnati. m',' Stanford. Opposite Co((cy House. Hox G.C. (iivens sold to Ycaiier & Yeanr ers appear quite liidicrom. Mies Tanner L'o pt-barrel deliv- (ioon MoiiNiNtt! Have you paid your was assiatetl in enieriaining oy .miss cmiu a lot of com at ? If not, why Gentry ami Messrs. Knney Tanner and ered. subscription to thia paper Wool. I want to buy 100,000 lb h Now ia tho accepted time. Jesse Brown, and all acquitted themnot mam selves handsomely. Nicely prepared re- or more of wool. Will pay highest markWanted, four reapectnblo freshments were served at the proper et price. A. T. Nurinelley. Notic'K. white women, to go to Philadelphia nnd hour, in which Mrf. Tanner was assisted J. W. MuWhorter sold liiH farm cf uctiicrs bo nurses in a private hospital. Must by Miss Lydia Lewis. Tho following lioO acres, on Green river, in Casey counIntroducing have common achool education. Address couples woro present, besides Miss Liz- ty, two inilea from Yo?einite, to Charles P. 0. IloxllUl. Stanford, Ky. zie Jonea, of Somerset, who is on a visit CaroOiiat$IO, and will Hell his other New Novelties, Songs, Dances, property on the premised, March 3d, Sparkling Comedy, Mautis's Wkli.. Mr. A. C. Murtin is to Miss Tanner: MiBS Hollo Johnson preparatory to moving to Middloburn. Musical Oddities, potitiou for tlio establish- Mr. Joo Hen Williams; Miss KttaGooch, circulating a Mr. M. y. BaiiRhman ia the first this AnJ Mr. Kva Reynolds, ment of a post ollice at Mr. J. M. Mar- Mr. John KillV; Mias paGeorge Hunn; Misa Jesse Brown, Mr.O. pa8on to advertise a stallion in this COMEDIANS. tho Somerset pike, nud has tin's, on for a rush in A COMPANY OF L. Crow; Misa Louunna llibb, Mr. Knn per. The time is now on several hundred signatures. .satisfaction guaranteed or iiioney jcfumled dur ey lu Tanner; Miaa Florence Bibb, Mr. that direction. Kemember the Intkwok ring or at the cloe ol Plows, and Most AnyQuoensware, says four shares Of Bates, all of Mckiuuoy; Miss hue Oen Jol'k.val can servo you well in that resTjik Advocate in Farming H.lllk StOCk Wtt3 BOlll Ut try, J. 11. Gentry, Miss Jauio l'eland, pect and give us a call. As Boon as necwuyio Aiky DR. JOS. HAAS' evW. S. Kowianu ai iv-- . Jack Beazley; Miss Octavia Sizeiuoro, essary wu shall issue a double paper luetion to at 17J cents; Dick Nowland; Misa Mary Dudderar, ery Friday to accommodate that class of court llxed the livy Hog 10 for general purposes, the real lor Jim Keazley; Misa Annie Hale, James advertisers. Tho Advocate reports a lively Feb- Used Successfully Fifteen Years. roads. Yeaer; Miss Georgia Wniy, H. 0. reili-;o- ; ruary court at Danville. Not less than Jlisa Essio Ilurch, Clarence Tate; J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. iliease, prrvcn'B dUeasc, exicl Yttkntion is called to the advertise- Miss Llccio Lynn, Wfilter Saunders; Miss 400 cattio were ou the market. Two lotH Will arrt coush, Increase the flesh ami hutcu top W. Green, of tho 4 to 1.05, maturity. ment of Mine Host P. 24U1. 1893. Alice Holmes, Ed Gaitiw; Miss Ella May of smooth aed steers brought per package; 5.50 Commercial Hotel, McKlnnoy. He has Saunders, Jim Uoid; and Tom Yeager, anil othur "miles '2 to a. A lot of year-lin- g l'rirs. canu 50. The J largett packaget are uud with Mr. ......... fitted it up iu tlue ahapo Full corps cf Conservatory anl Nornnl School teacher. Superior courses ia Literature, Music and mulus sold at ?G2 aud aged at $110. ifie cheapest. Kor sale by Will Catalogues snd circulars furnished on application. charge, ia serving tho pub-H- Carroll Bailey, Georco McRoborls, An. Excellent lioardla; department atkiil. id, Ky bought '2S cattle, 1,000 Joo Carson in tJi. BauHlunati. W. B. McKinney, Stanford. FarriB & Whitley handsomely. W. T. Stonu A: SW luivo ptnrletl 1893 BtvHtn K'iHt mill, butivoen huro ami St'o ad. Foit Hunt. Tim Onpt. Ctuiiu-house ami lot on Ujipnr .Main P. M. McRotMTtB. Liiu-casto- N' !t- - 1J Uo- - w HI Bull round T,IK ' ti(:kBts ,0 wmIiIbku I). U., vin lrii CincimiKti or Winclu-HUr- r on March 1st n and '2d, rotum limit Mnroh 8, nt 510.-15- . r. W. l'eiin, T. P. A ; J. K. Uico, Agent. pounds avorajjo, at 85 and h bunch of yearlings at flj. Wyatt & Hughes, purchased '2o lions, 150 pounds, at Joiin nnd James Spilnmn bought 20 cattio nt $.11 and.l. W. Alien Bold 20 nt 30. !5 5. T?' ,O.WAbTON, Bus.Mnnunor Craij HUSTON VILLI', KY., Offers Bargains in all kinds of Goods for 30 days, in order to make McrUNNEV. room for his Spring Goods My Spring Shoes are daily arriving, and Ilov. W. It. Davidson resigned tho far excel anything ever shown in Hustonvillc in quality, workmanship enre of the church at Pleapunt Point h'.at and style. I have some Shoes and Hoots left over, which I will close Sunday. out very low Ladies' Pebble Buttons 75c; Kid Buttons 95c; Men's Tho houae of Mrs. Lucinda Freder- Congress and Lace Shoes $1.40, worth $2; Heavy Boots $1.25, Si. 50 ick and ita contents were burned Sunday and $2, worth double the money. A nice line of dark Calico at 5c. night. Blankets and comforts Some 18 county from alf C"i ? , v'Jx ! E?Q, krf.l,lgW' J&M, J!!--, 3fl on At Almost HALF PRICE. ( o, Tliur-rnon- d, r, Courier-Journal- GREAT FL 00D 40-inc- h hI Now Pouring in On Us s diaai-pate- d. gitt-st- PXJBr.XC S.SXK 1 LADIES' WRAPS . 1 bid-it- Dyoit-uurg- , Friday, March 3d, NOT AT OUR OWN PRICE, 1 HUGHES & TATE. 1 jiost-niistrcr- 1 y . o ii m Commorcial Hotel, K & MENEFEE, o INE Proprictora of The iasiford Lumber Yard, VI Ie CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 1 W Carry a Full Lin of Builders' Supplies. niai-ATt- u KABOTIGTc 11 ..! - VULCAN Chilled Plow. i"ui 4 'tti-- ton-ilurt-- tl ,1 $40 to Insure. . Every One Warranted. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. -- i- - Lincoln Circuit Court. - l', A (GEIAT HWtm 1 SA3LU al Walton's Opera The Cash Bargain Store House, fcaJr-Doii't Monday, Feb. 27th. (ii-or- The Noss B. F. & SON, r Jollities, V "A QUI6K MAT6H," FARRIS & HARDIN, int d Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, thing Wagons, Implements. -- Stoves, l..l & Poultry Remedy 1 s ... Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January ,1 e Vxj "' "&, " '.? T 1f'' " VjV,? TT- rJffP5 FT " f Semi-Week- ly Interior Journe AT LANCASTER, -- Pnscoe hits GARRARD COUNTY. LOVE ME NOW. uollshod Every Tuosday nd Friday $VJ I K 1 V m.A.n. IS" A.! VAX C K "K not so paid S2.50 will lie charged -- K.L. LOCAL TIME CARD. waves Howiand at 7:00 a. m., p. ni. returning L.&H. train going K ipress train " U ocat Freight l LOCAL TIKE CARD. -- North South South ... - ...123 pni 11 31 pm North...- 1 nasseageri The above i calculated on standard time. me is about ao minutes faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. tv.. irnni aln c&rrv North. South. - ...53P" Solar ,7 io em Train's pass Junction City as follows: No. t, Limited, 11:25 P- N'- 5. Special, arrives 8 io p. ' , I!lue-GrMail, arQ. & C. Special, u:7 a. m ; No 7. Fast rives 13 (0 P- m , leaves a:oi p. m. a. Q A C. Special, 3:30 p. m. o; No. 4 leave at 6 a. m. ; No. 6, Limited, 3:15 p No. 8, Express, arrives 12:01 p in., leaves 1:15 n. ".; as North-boiud-N- Msolafely wv nwaer9 m Put A cream of tarter baking pow-Ao- t ITi.rpit n( .ill in leaveniner Latest United States Woods strength. Gen. Laudnun fays that in travel Government rood Keport. ing with Gon.W.Q.Grtshamou a steam EOYAL BAKING POWDER 00 er Iroai Louisville to 'Cincinnati to at100 received liia hujie porta- Woovunaml will Waiin btkinj? Urerul, cakes. &c, in n few days. Col. Jack Cltiun, of HarroiUburg, la Bpcmlinjrn few dnjs with tho Mesrs. WnlWpr in th Taiut Lick neighborhood. They are enjojitiailiio sport fox lmntinp. Xoxt Monday will bo regular county court and a law crowd in expected. Fririav. Marcii will b tho lHHt ,tlay lor fltiiiRSuils to tho next term of the Garcourt. rard circuit Mm Parti", pays tho reported elopement of Smitoy Walker with her danRh-toMm Charity StatiBberry, is incorrect. gono to Theallec-- d brido on a visit. Mt. Hebron Col. Joe Weifiiger, prenidunt of the Lancaster & Crab Orchard Turnpike Co., has closed a contract with an Ohio tlnn to put an irou bridjjo over Dix River on their road. As hoou ns tho w ather will permit the bridge will be placed in position. The" Wild Cat ehow'MiasbeendoinR a land ollice bnslness this week. The nianncer tells ns that "they" (that is tho cat and manager) will leave early next week for the next ctaud, Halls Gap. They po from their to sunn's Chapel nndwill endeavor to make Sugar Creek season. before the close Veterans of Garrard The Mexican Capt. C. Gallagher, Capt. P. J. White and Gen. W. J. Landram, celebmted the tSd by partaking of a splundid dinner at the Holmes House. Thorn were no They t matanr put nnd dried sneeehes. met, talked over their old eom- simply patKiis in tie land of the Greaser, hail acood time generally ami resolved to meet neain one vear hence if they should liasnaredsolonaby a kind Providence. The table was handsomely ornamented by choice llowena raised by Miss Carrie 15 r. baa-merelof-th- If you're ever going to love me, Lose me now, while 1 can knew All the sweet and lender leelings Which trom real affection flaw Love me now while I am living, Do not wait till I am gone. And then chisel It in marble-Wa- rm love-wor- on ice-col- d stone. jl mj Do In Evory- - Houso. l Clay street, Sharpsburg, Pa , Wilson, J. SUROKO.V DENTIST. says lie will not bo without Dr. King's New for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, that Oflice over McRobetts Drug Store in tho n his wife who wis threatened with it attack of La (Jrlppe when various Owsley Iluildlng Hail none and several physician Stanford. other remedies , llooeri itarncr, 01 suuk'sinm, her no good claims that Dr King" New Discovery has done him more giKhl than an) thin ir he ever used for Lung Trouble Nothing like it l'ry it. t ree trial bottles ul A. R. Penny's drug store. Laigc bottles 500 and $1. It Should II. ry mwv a A. S. PRICE, THE ADVOCATE Crmes to )ou every other day la the jrar lot only $2 '1 hoclu apest and best paper in Krutiic. ky tin. gela ir three miinllis Address TllR At.oi ArK, Danville, Ky For Salo I If ou'vedear' sweet thoughts about me Why not whisper them to me? Don't you know 'twould make me luppy And at glad as glad can be? If ou wait till I am sleeping, Ne'er to waken here again, There'll be walls of earth bet een us, And 1 couldn't hear you then. ou knew son e Kor a drop of water sw'eet, Would you be so slow to bring It? If one was thirsting Would you tep with laggard feet! There are lender hearts til round us Who are thirsting for our love J Why withhold from them what nature Makes them crave all else nbose? 1 I won't need your kind caresses When the grass grows o'er my face; won't crave your K cor klscs In my last, low resting place. So Let me know It now, while Using, can own and treasure it. 1 then, If you lose me any, If it's only a little bit, II. I. DARST. Rowlaud. of have used Electric Uitlcrs .ini the same praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electriclitter will cure all diseases of the Liver and Mdb .uiii ...i.itvn I'iniMiri- - nun.. ja.L uuiiiii ...it. bv Impure mi.r (Te. linns cuiisfd system and blood; will KIKE AND STORM present a drive malaria from the all malarial fevira Por cure ot Headwellas cure ache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Electric Hitlers. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money Representing.... relunded. Price 50c and Jl per bottle at A. R. Penny s drug store. of Hartford, Conn.; Hartford, 0 Mr. Albert Favorite, of Arkansas ttv, Kinsai, Manchester, of Manchester, KiiR.; wishes to give our readers the benefit of his rxpcii 'l contracted a cold eece with colds, llesass Philadelphia; early Iat spring that settled on my lungs and Pennsylvania Fire, had hardly recovered Irom It, when caught an- Ins. Co. of North America. other thai hang on all summer anil left me with a h.icUtic cough which 1 thought I wiiild neser gel Companies. I would All of which tire rid of. I had used Chamberlain" Cough Remeears ago with much success be pleased to wait o rfey Iriendsm this line. Pol. dy ome fourteen Will insure against andconcludid to try it again When 1 had tot icics promptly issued. lightning Lightning torna through llh one bottle my cough had left moard does, wind storms and without additional chsrge I has e not suffered with a cough or cold since. Office at Kirst National Hank. Stanford I have recommended it to othe-- s and all sneaV well of 50c botlles for sale by W. II Mc Roberts, Druggist, Manlord, Ky. U It tore lso This remedy is becoming so well knownAll who iinTimir nsto neeil iiu special menuun. song Electric Few More KullclinK Lois In the cotporate limits of Rowland. JOB Houbo and G HE1TT. 8 or Acres of Land. I will rent privately my House and Lot nrar Stanford on tne win vllle pike Possession fiscn MRS KANNIKDINN, March lit 100-Manlnro, Ky. tf J. II. KAUGHMAN, TO THE liADIES. INSURANCE AGENT' I am receiving one of the most elegant lines ol ever hsndle.1 in Slanfurd, select MILI.1.INKK ed with an especial view tu ihe wants of this trade Miss Noiu Welch, of Cincinnati, an eape, rlinctd tiimnicr, Is with me thl seawn and I guarantee ever jthlng to bo in the latest and most ihe ladles are Invited to cull uppiuvcd fashion and esamine my goods, which I wilt taka pints-ur- e ill showing. MISS LICCIi: HEAZLEY. 63 1 first-cla- ss CT. I TOLD YOU SOI" e If there, is a thing upon theoarth That worries rue, 1 knew, It Is 10 hear that hateful phrase "Oh, yei, I told jnu ml" Kor Instance, if a nitfs iltert vwl Hy sense coM, hearties ksmu, The world laughs scornfully, assd Oh, jo, I told )0U sot" Or, whin a man asxl wife dispute, And separate, we kuow That everybody says, right ff. !' Oh, yes, I tld yaw And if a fellow stakes hi all Upon a single throw, And falls to w Ir, the crowil "Oh, yes, 1 told yon mT ROWLAND, KV., DEALER IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE, IkMts and Shoes, Cigar and Tobacco. OhU IllserSalt for sale by Hie i.arrel. Will take country produie In exchange for gids at market price I am also agent lor ihe old reliab'e Itrodhcad 1 and will keep a lull line of Ibeie guuJs la stock, and all I ask of the merchants ol Manlord Mr. C lI)ayU, editor of the llloomtield Iowa, and Rowland is to give nit their orders and I will I can recommend Chambeilalu' Parmer says: 1 offer at private sale all of ihe cil and personal put the goods In their hmisss at raitnry prices Cough Remedy to all sulfncts svith colds and now uuder my lontrol, cousisiing of a Thanking the pnl.llc fur ii patronage, ask a croup I hae un'dit in my family for the past properly coutlnuotue of same ami remain your obedient two years and hasp found It the best I eserused well (elected J " MILION, servant. ftr the fpurposes lor which It it Intended " c betib s or aU) by W. II. McRoberts, Drugtist, Stock of Gencrsil lMcrchandiso, Slaalord, Ky. In my stare reorti in the tewn el Crab Orchard, also the claus-esattach- HI. HCIXjT03ST u" ITOTICE. rl 1 . 57-i- twe-sUr- y C. . FQWE3CI., -- DKALKH IN- - rts, vntm Haby vm siafc. Wfesm w3 a C2ftl, Ouxorto. Cusutrki. Ot crlesl Costerko. When ft lxtmts JUm, alie oIssbr Wsmh 4m hud CttiMra,r3 tp etbawi CbMrta. s ky lr far - lkick rii.n Store-Hous- e I Occupy and the Kami nt.e. aiMt General -:- - Merchandise. Ami Cottalry PfSHlnc, cjal, wt hear. Whene'er a merchant Wreak, No matter whore we 68 His credi ors and others say, "Oh, jos, I told jhi !" stive U the world ter cms, brulsts wres, uknrt, salt rssesini, fnser sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, cersis and all aMi. erup py ron-olions and poitivel cares p.o-perfect satitUriwc It i guaranteed to invp js money remou e bv A K. 1'rtnv, The West Uucillu'H Arnica Salvo. it nrr r Has oaeaasl his stock of gnosl. aatt is ready M serve tkc people of Stanford and vumily lie 1. Lancasterarist Crab Klsard tsirapike, coeUialsit offering aaheard srf Itarams aad all who wain u. jr, TW. ! all desirable nrosvmty gttod r.o4i " l"wst itwubla pikes ilio iU Amhm- glsen call oa turn en and wOl We soW at a barsjaln C4M imaHMllslcli. All persons I nave claitis iimmesli- aruhcray H4i(( that they must mtX Slgr-- . J. It. BAII.K. .te setlUment. Ciab Onkarsi, Ky. .s, os-i- m wi.Mii r tuM. imUii. V msw a sw tbeOratisiM U mil frem Crab Orchard mi the Pt4n lmu w. c, HiuTOHiiras, niorHinii M ANI'ORD. KK.NTICK Having d. C. it. 1 BANKS THE JEWELER, - Livery and Feed Stable, ciy business LU' iv t of tho Society of the Articles to Suit the Most Fastiditend a FIRST CLASS : TURNOUTS e, sals ous. A complete line of Army of Tennessee in 1S71 tho general rssD and Bolting Cloth. was kind enoucu. 10 snow !.!... 4l. shall leave my slalle and say prict will be as Uew 0 rusher mm mo lew a Ike lowest Doa't furget y Slanford an I a. STANFORD, KY. Ht the Rswlaad bus lnc Having added to my Mill a Corn Crusher, one speech he expected to deliver ..hat w ill grind cob and ull and at the same time mnofino-It was in response to tne suit -- rind any other kind of gralu and mix it to Just tho Thing. We are In our new stable in the Opera House t r uissi r tiKAUa. )M. anyone, and also put in a new Hour Iioltinz toast, "Let us have peace." He said: Block and are well supplied with Thiaisanexprcslon the traveling public I am prepared to make you some good Clolh. use when they rind something that is eaact- "The hardships and sufferings of our lliirr Klotir; and am putting in a Meal NEW RIGS AND HORSES lloli, will have it ready in a week or years ol uioouy y what they want This expression applies di- -i J.H. HklGHT. soldiers, for lour lon.j 96.1m .PkACrUAL .. rectlytotheVs'iscounn Central Lines, which is Have been purchased and nslhinj bdt war. will have been in, vain if we shall now admitted by all to be "The Route'' lrom Chiturnouts will leave the stable. Plumbers and Steam Fitters. fail to establish peace and concord be- cago to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland, Duluth-an- d Give all points in the Northwest. Their double tween the different sections of our wide- - Iiealers In all kinds of lion and llrass Goods for equlpascnt offers In 37 auread countrv. We fought not for tho dally train service and fine surpassed. steam and water Sanitary tJoods of all klndi. AH which can not be work guaranteed against, defective material and vain purpose of displaying our prowess ducement the only line running both through Pull57 This is Watch Repairs and wurkmaiislup. 1891 a Complicated I will open on January ith, teelinga 01 man Kirst Class and Tourist Sleepers Irom Chicatrom which can supply any quantity ol in tho field, nor to gratify Vair. THE NATIONAL Artistic Engraving a Specialty. jersey milk to the people of Manlord and sectional hatred or resentment, but to go to Pacific Coast Point without change. Co at the following prices, delnered: address your nearest tickFor full informntion inviolate the bonds of our Un All goods sold.engraved tree of chargo o cents maintain per gallon agent or jamea C. Pond, General Passenger and et Tresh Milt, ion and free institutions. Our enemies, Ticket Agent, Chicago, 111. 10 cents Sirlmmed Milk, mr callon ctrYour patronage respectfully solicited or srANr,OKI:KV, descend Scents alike with ouiEclves, were tho Uutter Milk, per gallon Isnowluily ortaniicd and ready far business wit Iwill make two trips dally The patronage of the ants of the same common stock our Six points out cf many where Dr Pierve s Plea', TliT ti. A. Stanford, Ky. countrymen, many of them our kindred, ant Pillctaare better than other pills public is solicited. $200,000. Paid up Capital of 1. They're the smallest and easiest 10 take ws granules that every child lakes -inheriting the eauie traditions, and ow'1000. Surplus, . 1 readily. . XwSaaaVV griing allegianco to the same constitution peifectly easy iu their aetion-a Ihey'ie i7V,. f Notice to the Traveling Public. and laws. The conllict of arms being ping, no disturbincc. SUCCrSOII to TIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL yztr .., ' 2,.jL4tisVg Iheres no reaction af; Their effect lasts I have had HANK OK STANKORD, J k. '. regulate Mid cleanse the system, n'xiii ended, and tho palm of victory bcini: terward. They of dose . . VMHX.I 'a Vv according to sie guaranteed they're HOUSE our?, it is our tirat umy, as oravo anu a They're the cheapest, formoney is returned. Now cl mg up) with the same amis and under fit' .w :rL5vy . c . raaa the same tnauagrmcnl. gne satisfaction or your r make our late toou pay only for the good you get. Hy provisions of its chatter, depositors are as and nicely furnished and inaguanimous soldiers, to At Rowland repainted VI altif fully protected a aio dcpealtois in National Put up fu glass, are always fresh. h ave in connection with Hotel one or the liest saenemies feel, by the liberality of oir Hanks, It shareholders being held Individually Thoy cure constipation, indigestion, bilious loons In the State, open day and night; a linjht VV eeutimenta and the frankness of our attacks attacks, siv k or bilious headaches and all with liable to the cstcnt of the amount of their Hoc, man meets all trains, lu connection and lKwels in addition to ItA therein at the par salue thrn-.il- , alo one of the lest Mintral wells in the stati . thnt thii return to their allegi- derangement of the liver, stomach mount invested In such shares. It may actai end for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs conduct, huFlcyd executor, administrator, trustic, Ac, as fully as Ci, V. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. ance involves neither dishonor nor Joseph V Dory.ol Warsaw. Ill .was troubled an mdisidiial Erin, Tcnn , A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. engendered with rnematl.m and tried a number of dllTereot Is the strongest, saiest and most To those who entrusted their bulsincss to us 1). Proctor, C II. Ilraum, Mr. and Mrs. 1. V. miliation: that tho passions say tone of them seemed to do him remedies,. .but r. 11.. i white mniLMlu- - the Lincoln National Hank CI . Hamilton, Kowwnn, .tir anu.Mrv r. i. juuuu, by the conllict have been banished from I... ... S.t4 i.ffin. (hat inmu. ' Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and Oreensliurif. Kate $2 per institution of the kind New Haven, Jim Cox, Uvycgrd lum." HeVas'much p.eed wah A and pfOSpcrOUS Cll.ll trust they will continue to transact their business r..' v,"'...i. day. J M our breasts and that hereafter we will felt sure that others similarly atuicieawouiu c 7.7; ""h rln.L. W.r.lV. .;:., ft , with us, uffrrlng as a guarantee far prompt alien tAKKIbK, 93oiy remedy regard 113 common enemies those who to know what the benefit orwas that cured him. uu'"t btlSlHCSS III tllC State lion la same, our twenty year." experience ta the public that it is He states for the banking andas liberal accommodations as aic con attempt to fan the flames of sectional called Chamberlain-- Pain Halm I;or sale by intent with sound banking. tho W. II. McRoberts, Urupgisi, aianioru, n.y. W. B. .DR. strife. We should remember that John H. Leathers, President, iiikictohs: seeds of the revolutionary struggle in J J. William, Mt. Verneti; President, late opponents encaged, were which our J. M. Hall, Stanford; John H. Pirtle, V. MII-1.S- , J. S. Owsley, Hanford; "OiSce South side Jiam irect, 1ft oflice rectn inherent in our situation, and were iiu- S, J. Einbry, Stauferd ; McKINNEN, Ky, racited by Dr. L. V. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. nliinle.l in the verv constitution ltsell- A. G. Langham, Sec. & Treas., J.H Lynn, Stanfsrd; Trom the foundation of tho government A. W, Carpenter, Milledgcville; C. M. Phillips, Gci.l Manager. it was annarent mat me great vieiueiit J. '. Cash, Slanford; Having too much other business on hand to see William Gooch, Slanlord, Ky of discord in our system was tho institu I asorite Mills at sell my other S 11. Shanks, President. For the painles extraction 'of teeth e noil cler.t-- tion of slnvery. Our fathers, wisely or after it properly. will a capacity of so barrels McKinney Tliey have lerteH iu vir tu suff. II. minor .urgery. in good repair. I will sell R. C. MUUGAN, U. l).,i. MOREL AND, W. M llrlght, Teller J Owsley, Cathiet t know unwisely, postponed its settlement, and of flutir per day and arecash, balance Iu 12 or down for for Dealer in theabosc .ill in real when the crisis came, it found the only, months, with interest, I. urTANNER, McKinney. K ,00 nafor Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Orders solution possible consistent with the NATIONAL BANK Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty ture of things. All history attests that Persons having any of the above described itrnk OK STANFORD, KV. for sale ur wishing to purchase same, will do well Col. T. P. Hill, President, great ami revolutionary changes in poCIVIL An experience ( fifteen to call on or address me organizations can rarely be set- lacol. Nance and Kli'alitth Nance. Ex Part- - In President, litical sears in this business has been of profit tome and K. C. Walton, V. - Kentucky, . think I can make tt profitable both to the bujer Capital Stock CIJUIl). tled except by tho arbitrament of arm-too and seller P O. address Stsnford, Ky. A. C. Sink, Sec & Treas., The petioriers hase this day hied their lition serwees to the people of But when the struggle ia over, when the . Office at tho Mytrs House. Offers his uiuit;iuiiM( Surplus- asking that said i the clerk's office of said court Has had eight year,' exprruiice in Agents. this section. II. IIklm, J. S. Rick, be empowered to use, enjoy, sell Eluabeth I ImclnHLt litters lomerirsi muuiui imu. llame of battle baa ceased and the cloud and conseyNanceher own benefit any property she for "Attention of the public is invited to the fac of Stanford, where lie can lie luund of war has drifted away, "Let us have rnay own or acquire, free from the debts or claims that this is tho only National Hank in Stanford ,.r v,r lnitbaml. to make contracts, eue and lie Under the provisions of the National Hank Act aa well hs iu name. sued as a single woman, traue in ner " j)eace"peace iudeed " depositors are secured not only by the capital SALE. will or us, the victors, give and ilwoose of her proper either by of said deed And let stock, but by the stockholders liability lor an action itisfiirthcrordcred that notice amouut equal to the stock, so that depositors of sell privately my Kr.n of 50 Acres ontlie the whole world an example of modera- bo published in the Interior Journal, a newspaper I will this institution arc secured by a fund of $400,000 Diuville&Suinford pike, three miles from or tne tion by declaring that wo nro in favor published in Stanford, Ky , lor ten days. Ontii five sworn statements of the condition of the bank ilh dwelling It is well implored,necessary outbuildings, under my hand this nth day of reb., are made each ycarto the United States governIAMF.1 P. HAtl.hA. provand nil lm nioinl. new barn of perfect amnesty to all, thereby ment and itsassets are examined at stated tiniei Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court fine spring Call on me ou the premises ls? by government agents, thua securing additltoca ing that wo are alike equal to tho do nrordj kENK Kp, , Ey f ddrM. . at We now have snd perfect safety to depositors. peace. Let the peo- This institution, originally established as th. mands of war and Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1858, then a pie of the South have no excuse for say tied as the National Hank of Stanford in 1S65 and I rfill start un neat week r as the Kirst National Hank ol Somerset again MILL LU WlbfcjlA.SAtt' Stanford, on the will has e ing that they have martyrs in meir Stanlnrd in iS8, has had practically an uninter and pike, eight mM frolu rupled enstencnofia years, It is better supplied F. D. BIL.EY,' Proprietor. 7o.c5o feet of good Oak and Poplar Lumber for midht, for the leaders of the rebellion now with facilities for transacting business prompt sale. I will sell at the most reasonable rates and ever before in its lung and - Kentucky. literally are st rongtr today disfranchised than London, - -invito all who want Lumber to give me a call. Plows, Hucher & Giobs' Imperial Plows in steel and ly and careerthan Accounts of corporations, fiduhonorable Of Oliver Chilled JACOIt HAKKLUiER, Ottenhesm. they would be enfranchised. Let it not firms and lndisiduals respectfully am bettei ciaries, have moved to my new Hotehand chilled and Malta Double Shovels. lierpnftnr be written of the soldieiB of prepared than ever to accommodate the public Th Directory ol this Hank is composed 01 Livery attached and every convenience n Union, and especially cf the glori- - Good Give me. call. CTkW T. J. toiler, of Stanford; d. Falls Branch Jellico CoallOo., the OIU ArlUV 01I mo M...,.no jaa Milt , TITL TPMRT RIIKy -, t. t fraNr auuin.-o.cvKoreslus Reid, Lincoln county , i...... 0U9 JLlZJiO J- - MJAA 9 Miners and shippers of tie GENUINE J.W. Ilnyden, Stanford; taey know how to meet the enemy in Crab Orchard, Ky. A. G. Lanhan. ' S.ll. Iltiigliman, Lincoln, to be mag- John II. Castleman. the field, but wern not able M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon; . a fallen foe." nanimous to S. T. Hatris, Lincoln; T, it. We arc the sole agents for Stanford .and These were conservative words from a J. S. llncker. Stanford; Rowland. Otlice corner ol Depot street anil rail road crossing. G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; brave soldier, who bears upon his perHIGOINS .V WATTS. 6 T.'P. Hill, Stanford. son tho marks of desperate wounds reW O. Welch, Stanford and were deceived in the heat of battle W .P.Tate, Slanlord. OFFICERS livered to tho leaders of the army of Dealer In- I. S. Docker, Presideut; Grant, .Sherman and Logan. Gen. G John J. Mc Roberts, Cashier; was always a great favorite in tho A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier. KY., STANFORD, army and enjoyed tho warm friendship K8XC8KWKXC8Xi1 of every general and every soldier in theAunyof the Tennessee. He is one BARBEE&CASTLEMAjN And of the ablest judges who has adorned ' AA wurlli lit!lowly iniisla for forty) MANAGERS, A I ll.ltll ..u,... if ........ ... ,, .1,.. I..... W WW .VIM". I.f IMl,,.!.. f,.ll P,l-- Vl. renovated anl relurnished, is now the bench of this country ami his chariuualUy.aliuet iiiiinlunf tint Mtet,inoat pop-This Hotel, ninr iiial .imrkliiii: uinl vocnl liistiutiiental my charge and I intend t conduct it o as to acter is as spotless aa his military record Commerce Building, Louisville in but to add iilccos.uiluoiie'i up iiiiiiuiiiuaioieu.iiiiiiiiiii- o only maintain its high limitation,accomoioda-uoaifner, Ineluillnt: foiirlunio alio port rait, via H Without to its long list ol friends. Special fine room, for Was brilliant and honorable. Agents throughout the South. rroiiMU'lln. lliHSo.iMliluUiir.nr.' I'mlerewaki commercial traveets and lliiigreiiet iilniilsti Adelln Pattl, and Jlra. i politics, it may In truly said referrlnc to :m dlsploy of samples. IM011 iiouciuuiiii, inu iiopuiar neaiiiy. the ilni.s all irUere 10 Nh'W MIllK MUSICAL; is a man who has the courage of that he Afifent, i;t no, lirou.nvuv Tliuutru Ituildlug, .. . Saloon) AIFirst-Clas- s W. A. T3XBBLX, Local his conviction and stands ':Cb:o:c"OHao'oC8D:oHD STANFORD, KY A.d miUARD and FOOLMOiM attacUi a? a patriot and chi.en. re-uni- ou Wall St., Now York. ... . 1 And if a Jude decides a cause, He it lor high or low It's muttered in and out of court, I toM )Ouo!" Oh, Printed in losing memory cf a fond aad true true wife, from her own selections. JAMES YKAOER. 1 1IOMAS YKARER VEAGER & YEAGEIt, m uratr, lunt to waiteu the paMIc at an Nathing but srchl of can te I A fosiasi at htssstd T. Nuaa.llry In sund ready time day or Bight liv Watches, Clocks ,,t--tn old-i,hl- on gen-era- lls o- - STRLXJB5c CO., first-fla- il JDJLXttY1 ss them a Call. Jewelry And SILVERWARE. rirst-Cla- How-"an- d Farmers Bank&Trnst 1U.-M- , Builiin? Ii Loan ASSOCIATION, r. lit-tl- o sugar-coate- d no .' ykn !jjlJBaaaaT THE SHELTON ... ,tiw.'. i -- OF X.OTJIS1TIX.X.E, Hous-Sav- iSS3Sgi'ffijgi' ? I I BESkV . IT1I. 1 km VMM s FAVORITE 1 "DBNTO." 1 FOB SALE. lf he y one-ha- 1 BOARD AT STANFORD. WILLIAM E. "W. SMITH, ENGINEER, Stanford, J FIRST Lincoln Circuit Court. 1 S200,000 20,500 FAR3I FOR Stall-lor- PLOWS, FIL Wto) Wr Mirnnn THE RILEY HOUSE A COMPLETE LINE 82-i- m solic-te- d. 1 1 Original JelHco Coal ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. THE 60FFEY HOUSE Insurance Company, K,. ZI3VC3SCEI -- res-ha- m JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. Faney Gpoeepies, Fpiiits Confeetioneries. . ;in Q -- V , 1 V 1 or , pre-emine- nt Baker's Bread Always on Hand lV, m: .. smjj