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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893030301 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. '; L - ( j"Hi Semi Weekly Interior vol. XXI. WHO MAV COMMUNF. Journa NO.i STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. MARCH 3. 1893. -- to teach immersion onlv to hu valid oth not himself in that thing which he LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. WE- in chrictiun baptism. Thu testimony of allowuth." Ho would say, "To him that Tim recent action of tliu Baptist church nil John Pitman lias tlio mumps, tlie fads in tho cite ought tube about usteometh his sprinkling to he baptism, nt Hustonvillo in oxpollinir Deacon ('out) indisputable to justify H'leli wholesale Tho foundation for the Masonic Hall to him it isbiptisn, tnouh it ho not from membership for passing the Holy repudiation of is now being laid on Broad street. the baptism of thu largest hiptism. Mrs. Lucy Williams is in Cincinnati Sacrament to Uro. J. 11. Green, of the half of thu christian world. But when Tlint is, God hold a man accountable 4 And Gentlemen lo call and sec what the attractions are at Presoytorian chinch, caused ltov. V. L tho uro it ml is fairly buying a nice lot of millinery goods. considered upon for what ho hits and not for what ho has Williams, of thu Christian church, to which thu highest "Undo Kb" Humphlete, an old citischolarship of thu not. Paul failed to convincu many ircnch thu following sermon last Sun- pedobaptist world of seeks to justify their Christiana who had been trained up, un zen tho county, died Tuesday night. day at his church at Hiistonvillo, on practice, tlio case Mrs. Henry P. Brown, Sr., has openis filtered. der tho belief in idcls. but there iniizbt "Who May Communu:" Thu strongest ground held to justify exist other gods than one, and therefore ed up a now line of millinery goods in J, Large Store in Rowland, Ky. Wc never robbed Prtcrto pay l'aul. II. Marlow's store. Tkvt: I know and am persuaded hy sprinkling or pouring for baptism, and meat offered in s.icrillco to idols was but sell lo one and all at the same per cent, and that is why wc are Judge It. Boyd is having a nice thu Lord.Jeaus, that thuro isuothini: ground most generally occupied by lawful food, and the very best thing he dwelling erected on his property back of getting rid fyo many of our nicest Spring Goods early in the season. of itself: lint to him that tsteometh mine sonoiars, Is tliu flexibility ot tlio could do in tho mntter was to allow each thu Jacksou Hotel. Dress Goods Macgrcgor Cheviots, Surges, Henriettas, Black . .. ... i. - i. ..i. iiiiu inu anything to ho unclean, to him it is un- K"i"--i- i n ia iii'iui .i... .i nuiuiu ui .i... one tiu .neneui oi. .ins own uiu conscience, Tho kindergarten has located per- Lawns, Whie 1iwns, Satin Glorias, French Ginghams, Crcylocks, clean. Roman 1 gospel, which is spiritual a'nd necks to j Und act in thu best light ho has, and .ephyrettcs, Chameleons, Nastcds, Woolens, &c, Our bodies and spirits am alike con ell'eet spiritual results, cannot properly julu onu another no more, "for hu that manently in McCalla Fitzgerald's store- Dahlia Cloth, Silk Nouvcantic and Passementerie, Francaise Trimmirgs, Linen Torroom on tho corner of Main and Mud. God hnH restrict tho ordinance to tho very exter- trolled hy their cnvtiontiiont. ln thusu thines serves Client. Ih nrcenta- Fred Hugi is having the dirt remov chons. Automatic Embroidery, Valenccin Laces, &c, Hosiery, Larevealed only hucIi truths, from ngo to nil form in which it was givuu, but that bio to God and approved of meu." And Largest line of Ladies', Children's and Men's uge, as tho raco was ublu to bear '1 ho it may he modified to meet new condi- tho best thing I can do is to accept and ed preparatory to laying the foundation dies' Vests. Uclts, &c. stock of Uuell & Son's, YV. L. DougSavior when hero did thu sime. We, tions of climate, the health of the peison apply tho principle laid down by Paul; for Mrs. Lucy Williams' now store- Ties in the country. lass, Mcintosh, Schwab & Co.'s SHOES are all on the road to also, withhold in love such truths as our or his convenience. Pedobaptist schol-n- n chow unmistakably from tho word of house. "W. M. Harkleroids had five sheep our Emporium in Rowland, Ky. friends may not bu ablo to bear. Our reThese goods are direct from the defend thu practice of God that thu baptism ordained by Christ killed Tuesday night by dogs and is on largest factories in the East. 1 1 ATS of all sizes and styles in abun(tilth is thu gradual product of nil sprinkling upon tho ground of the flexi- is ligious immersion and nothing else; then if on thepist. This faith, hu h truu or false, ble naturu of thu gospel and not upon account of previous training those who tho war path with n doublobaToled dance and shotgun loaded to tho muzzle. is not easily removed and superseded hy tho ground of its upoitolicity, while thu linvu been misled as to their baptism Judge Alcorn is attending court this another, although n trur faith. Yet, Catholic clergy defend it upon thu and cannot bo convinced of their mis week, as is also Judge John DishuiHii, of or false, ground that thu Church his thu right to eince alt filth, wlmther truu take, they are lo ho permitted lo live in Bsrhourvillo. Bro. Green Denhnm was "comes by hearing," u uro shut up to change both baptism and thu Lord's Sup- the hist light they have. here Sun lay. Hon. James D. Black, of The most elegant line of Gents' CLOTHING in this section will the necessity of proclaiming the truth in per. Then as to tho Lord's Supper. While Barbourville, stopped over hero Mon- soon be opened in our house. Wc can knock out the jobbers in the But lo return to the fathers of our plea it necessarily follows order to its acceptance Thu Bible is acafter lnptism, accepted by all professed christians as con- for union. Thoy wore seeking to unih cording to the gospel, bear no immu day on his way to Louisville. line of GROCERIES. Wc bought largely in this line of goods early it On Monday night, at Lily, Ld in the season. taining tho revealed will of God This the people of God; if not perfectly in onu diate relation to baptism. We nro not Wc thank our friends for their past patronage and word of God, when first tpokoii, was per body, with one Lord, one faith and onu called ukjii at the Lord's table to re- - Johns pliot Charley McKnight with a hope by fair dealing and polite treatment to have a continuance of shotgun, killing him in their valued patronage. lectly understood only by our Lord Him-ol- hiptisin, then to unito as far as they STEPHENS & KNOX. ....... ..... ...:,. meuihor our hiqitis'n or that of others. stantly. Tho parties had a row thu night i on account of tho previous training ...... 1. I... tii vmi. ui in .i... niiuuiiii; Neither does the Lord's uuMi.i ifu it inui; iiiu suFtain before, in which they only used their of His disciples. Tor the same reason trouble? It is this: Tnuro aro very maany relation to the worthiness or fists, McICnight having mado some unsome of the simplest truths, truths most ny godly men and women whose trainGEORGE n. rREWlTT. It. 11. KING. of other people. This Lord's pleasant remarks about some of Johns' understood, oontainod in tho New ing has led Ihem to accept that which easily Supper is no tst of fellowship between female relatives. All day Monday JoIuib Testament, arc at thin timo wholly ig tho .Scriptures do not recognize as people. It does not point in the direccarried a eholgun, deNow what does tho Now Testanored, and without e fleet. As examples, tion of fellowship. Jesus had no buch John 17:20, "Nelthor pray I for these ment toicli in regard to such persons par- thought in it appointment. Judas um claring ho would kill McKnight, and af ter dark, when tlio latter went to his ulono, but for them also who eh ill be- taking of the Lord'ti Supper and mem- bo MORELAND, KY., at the table, or Paul. I am not to duties as night watchman for Mo through their word; that bership in Hie church? There were then the Lily lieve on look after either. I usurp tho prerogathey all he one, us Thou. Father, art In no such persons in tho world. Baptism tive of Christ tliu moment I pass upon mines Johns shot him with both barrels Take this method of informing the public that they will open in the near future a well selected stock of of his gun. When parties who heard Me ami I in Thee; thut they also may be bill not bot'ii changed all knew what it one poul as unworthy of ila observance. baliuve-thaonu in Ud. that thu world may whs and had beuu immurped. Hunco, Chriet has made thu observance of this tho shooting arrived McKnight was dead XikJUMAJF J&jLXJVlM ZUA. .JCl.3U, V3rJClVJJUJCH.J.K4 Thou hast sent Me." there are no examples of such in thu Supper an individual matter. "Let each and Johns had make good his escape. 3:It: "For whereas there isamonu New Testament. -J- ohn Ldwards was sent lo th pen And in the early Spring will add to their stock a line of Clothing, Thu Bible is silent as one examine himself and Cor. to let him one year tor breaking into tho Nickel Gents' Furnishing Goods. Dry Goods, Millinery, &c. Our terms will you envy ami strife and divisions, nro the ur.ivu on the question. But since eat " ' you not carnal and walk as men '' For thu "man of God is thoroughly furnished For what end ? "Do this each one for iii... n.. i.. Eiuru, anu oames uarnaru al-t be cash or country produce and wc will also take in exchange for naiu i,u. a .i I mn of Paul and anothwhile onu siys, by the word of God, unto every good himself) in remembrance of me;" "show so got a year for beating and robbing Pat goods Tan Park, Whisky Parrel Staves, Hoop Poles and Hickory er, I am of A polios, are yo not carnal ""' work." forth the Lord's death." Drop thu cur- Casey. These, with Taylor's conviction, Spokes. Give us a call and wc will save you money. Does the word of God furnish any tain ! Shut out from your mind every- makes three sent up this court. Tho There is no sin more definitely condemn ud and forbidden in the New'iVsUmont principle hy thu proper application of thing but Christ on tho Cross! Now grand jury has returned 202 indictments, thsu divisions among thu children ol which thu difficulty may be removed look! Whom do you see" Listen! ns follows: Liquor 1015, gaining 10, con(iod; yet tho average christian, be hu and thu union of the people of God pro hear! What does He say V "My God, cealed weapons 30, Sabbath breaking 2, preicher or Uyman, has nuver dreamed motud? If so, what is that principle My God' Why hast Thou forpaken Me 7" disturbing worship 5, malicious shooting MEN'S AND BOY'S that thu present divisions of the children and where may it be found' The prin- It is to show your lovo for Christ. To nt 2, malicious shooting and wouudini: of God are condemned hy the spirit and ciple is very fully developed in Kotn. 1. show your confidence in Chiiet. Hero 2, selling liquor to minors 2,88311111 and letter ol tlio New Testament. I presume Tho christians were then divided in sen each soul comes alone and bows his soul battery 11, breach of the peaco 1, house to siy it is not generally known that the timent on two uuestlons eatini: meats before the bleeding, suffering Lamb of breaking 1, obtaiuing goods under false church knoan as thu Christian or Disci and observing holy days. Paul's object God. Ho here communes with his Lord pretenses 1, fornication 1, abusive lanplo Church, had Its origin in the prayers was to unite them, or prevent au open and Ibdeemer. In this Supper ho guage 1. Judge Clark is now hard at ell'orta of a few godly minis- rupture. On tho suhject of citing tneatH "shows forth tho Lord's death." And work on civil cases and is cleaning the and earnest Paul know what was thu truth. Hukuewi hero Christ imparts added spiritual life docket fast. Tho case of Johns for killters of the Presbyterian Church, to those divisions as far as possible that nn'rtt ollered to an idol did not in- - and joy iu tho Holy spirit. Tho ques-jur- o ing McKnight is before the craud juntno men. He knew there was but tion only remains Why not receive a to dav. and restore tliu original unity of the Church for which the Sivlor prayed. one God and all Idols weie hut myths. man into thu church upou his own con-HHUBBLE. knew there was nothing unclean ofjbcienceas to his bprinkling? Because Yet such is tho truth. Whatever may in bo tho final result of this movement to itself, and tliereforu no just ground for my conscience is heio involved. Jesus Win. Hubble eold Prewitt & Woods , restom thu priniitivu faith, practice ami this division und contention. .JUST IN. What did is the Judge; Jesus bus already Jdecided a milk cow for i'X). unity of tho people of Go I, this people Paul do'.' Hu told thuin plainly the Hint question: His law is, "Except a Several of our farmers are going to make tho high claim to have returned to puty who believed tlio moat was un- man he born of tho water and tho Spirit raise tobacco this season. Mr. John Case, of Lexington, was Jerimleui from the aponacy of spiritual clean Ihicausu it had been ollered to idols, ho cannot enter into into tiio Kingdom over lust week visiting his mother at Babylon, and there b thu light of the was mistaken and he told thoto that of God." teachings of Christ and His holy apos- believed as hu did, that such meat is Hence, I cannot nay to a man, you are Hedgeville. Kggs have declined hero to 12c per tles to have buUded, aa to faith, only up- proper food as ever, should not divpiso a member of tho visiblu orgauuod Kiug-doof God, until he is "born ofiiho wa- - dozen, turkeys to Tc and chickens to 0c on Christ and accepted as articles of or think less of their brother who didn't have this knowledge- - "Let us not then ter ab well as tho Spirit of God." What per lb. on foot. faith only thu inspired word of God. Bro. A. C. Taylor will preach at Tho original projectors of this reotor.i-tio- judg3 one another any more," "to his Christ has joined together, I daro not Bright's school-housof tho unity of the Ipeople of (iod own Master ho standeth or falleth." put asunder. next Saturday and untered into a covenant that they would " hy dost thy judge thy brother, or net ami Sunday night and at Rush Branch HUSTONVILE. Having lost nearly all my stock by recent fire, I have just reopen-cSunday morning. believe, preach and piaclico only what is at naught thy brother '" "For wo Bhall God where that all stnn I before the judgment seat of at old stand with We got our I. Js. all on time Tuesrevealed in tho word of The entertainment at Christian Col-- I ;speak, and where Christ." speaKs, they would lege was very pleasingly arranged. The day morning, thanks to the Lancaster How then does Paul settle this quespupils of thu Academy weru compelled P. M. for her promptness in Bending that word was silent, they would bu silent, ln the prosecution of their aim to tion iu favor of union 7 Not by requir- to postpone their celebration of tho 22d them out by the state driver when they unite the people ol God, and being now ing tho mistaken brother to acknowledge on account of tho death of Miss Sally reached there too late to bo put in the And Chemicals, Latest Toilet Articles, School Supplies, Stationery governed only by tho word of God, thoy his error when ho had no conscience iteid, an aunt of Mr. Hawkins. mail pouch fortius office. drug store I shall be pleasand everything to be found in a Mr. Kd and Miss Mattie White aro were led to question and finally to aban- that told him of his error but by enjoin Thu Band realized a snug little sum ed to sec all my old custmers and as many new ones as will favor me, After paying for among friends at Hustouville. Mr. Chardon tho custom of requiring thu relation ing upon all alike the universal law of from their supper. experience of pardon in order to lovo and charity expressed in Kom. 1:!!, their instruments they havo about $20 ley Patterson, of Middlesboro, was in to Assuring them otnn baptism. Instead of requiring such ex- "Let not him that eateth despisu him left in tho treasury. Tho crowd was so seo his special friend last week. Mia. perience, they enforced the absolute ne- that eateth not, and let not him Unit eat- great at tho hotel that many wero com- Susie Bohbitt.and Mies Jennio Brinkley, cessity of so believing upon Jesus Christ eth not despisu him that eateth, for (iod pelled to leavu without getting their sup- of Somerset, are visiting relatives here iKiiliuSonof God as to accept Him and hath received him.' Paul lichen the per, and it was o'clock before the last this week. Mips Lizzie Simpson, of Marksbury, is visiting at Col. Kice's. trust in Him alone for paidou and eter-- 1 man that cannot receivo thu truth con- - guc6ta were waited upon. New Block Opposite Court House, Stanford, Ky. rial salvation. Hence, persons coining Yornlng meats, as ho teaches, to act in Miss Bush Grinstead, of Danville, is MissSailie Simpson has returned from a few weeks' visit at Beuna Vista. to baptism, are required to confess their thu matter according to tho best light or visiting Miss Lena- - Yowell. Miss Smith Baker's family left Wednesof Hurrodeburg, air. and Mrs. faith as resting upon Christ as their Lord conscience hu has, as the beat hu can do, and Mr. Shelby day morning to join him in Whiteland, and Savior and their purpose to iovo and and that while "all things indeed aro Taylor i neo Kecto-- I, seivo Him until death. These holy men pure, yet these very things are evil and Hnoch, of Louisville, wero visiting at tho ludiana. It. L. Snow, of Cumberland -. discovered no error in their faith in tho unclean to him whoso conscience vn College last week. Dock Denham, of county, was up to see us with a bunch divinity of Jesus of S'a.ereth, but now teems them to bo such." .Now then, in somerset, was hero Friday. He came to of cattle this week. Vm. Todd and made a more practical uso of this tiuth the light of principle, how would Paul tako his girl to the entertalument that family and Joe Smith left Wednesday by having each candidate for baptism apply it if ho wero hero7 Precisely as evening. Mr. W. B. Hawkins was ,up for Iowa. Mr. Jacob Bobineon returned to Middlesboro Sunday morning and confess his Lordship and his purpose to ho did then. How was that ' First and from Lily last week. deserves to bu stated that last ho told them what the truth of the Bradley and two ot Huston-ville'- s Prof. Joe Robinson to Bradfordsville. Georgo obey Him. It .Wc have. most popular youug ladies were Miss Helen Thurmond writes us she protestant churches have materially mod- matter win in dispute. Ho told them ified thu custom of telling experiences there was no such thing as a God an- out driving last Sabbath afternoon, and will begin her school here March 20th. and adopted a inoru scriptural method of swering to au idol. And so, if ho were when near the toll gato on the McKin-ue- y James Fugleman paid us a pleasant visit ho would say there is no hero confessing faith in Jesus Christ. pike a passing train frightened their last week. plat- such thing on earth answering to the horse and it Btarted to ruu. George to their Adhering Couuty Judge Bullock, at Lexington, And opened elegant lines of form, tho word of God, tho only rulo of baptism ordained by Jesus Christ but promptly jumped on the horse's back loaded a gun and set a trap in his lieu faith and practice, they soon mado tho immersion into the Namo of tho Father, and yelled to the girls to "get out quick." house to catch the theif who had been unexpected discovery that the baptism Son and Holy Spirit; ho would speak By that time oue wheel of their vehicle stealing his chickens. He forgot it and ordained by Jesus ami practiced by tho this first and last; then what 7 Hero are was smashed to smithereens, the young went to tho e himself when the apostle was au immersion in water into now many godly men and women, who ladies wero dumped out in a heap on gun discharged. The Bhot had been the Name of tho Father, Son and Holy havo beou trained up under such relig- tho roadside and George, having suc- drawn, otherwise Judge Bullock would Spirit. To this form they felt in con- ious influences, hy association and teach- ceeded in quieting the frightened ani- have been killed, tho paper which had science compelled to yield. Thoy did so ing, as to have led them honestly to mal, geutly bore his fair charges to the been substituted striking him full iu the and were immersed. But by accepting have mado a mistake, causing such to re- toll gate, when he went back to McKin-no- breast. India Linens, Linen Lawns, immersion as tho only scriptural baptism, ceive for baptism that which is uo bapto get another conveyance. Dock White, colored, who is in jail as they did, and all parties requiring tism. Thoy believe in tho Savior, they at Richmond on th charge ot killing At Perce, Ind., Miss Sadie Bechman, Georgo Turner, has confessed. He says what is deemed to bo baptism, in order love the savior and they are living in r daily obodionce to the Savior. Does Paul called train despatchor J. H. Cavanaugh the shot failed to kill Turner and he to membership in the church and in confronted allow us to refuse these people to re- to his door and asked him to marry her. then completed the bloody work with Linen Laces, &c, &c. to communion, they aro threw vitroil i. n now difficulty. It is this: How to member their Lord's death at the Lord's Cavanaugh refused and sho the butt end of his musket. fortunately for the young promote union among me peopio oi uou Own tablo7 Ho would say, "Let us fol- in his face, but The death near Gallatin, Tenu , of immorsion as a condition of low after the things that make for peace man sho missed his eyes. Miss Bechman A. B. O. Dickinson is calculated to cast a and require claimes that Cavanaugh ruined her nine gloom over the entire alphabet. Louisoiuirch mcmbw'rship and of communion l and things wherewith we may edify ville Times. - years ago, but he denies the charge. "Happy is ho that condemnIt is assuming very great responsibility WANT : 400 : LADIES . STEPHENS & KNOX' , un-th- at tin-clea- n ' . 1:1-1- . . Sd, fiOur gMni-rall- y Below : Competition. ! I f, double-barrele- d 1 .i t'ap-tis- double-barrele- d KING & PREWITT, t itt KI1TC FREWITT. 1 -- i CLOTHING! New Stock H. e ' iew Styles, J. McROBERTS. n NEW DRUG STORE. o d ; j NEW GOODS, FRESH DRUGS, first-class 1 1 Prompt? Attention and Lowest Prices. W. B. MoPuOBSRTS, Vau-Aradal- e, SEASJON 4 BILK JUST JOOB Oq to-da- RECEIVED newly-aecopte- d hen-houe- Nansooks and Dimity Cheeks Hamburg Edgings and Insertings, y or-de- ." SESV3HBANC3K & SdDWo A I . uitmtd .W- - . - 1 - fc'1' "? y"9fgm $e - Tniw 'W ,. "!f f v r 'TT"""!- - "VM f Semi-Weekly -- Interior journal MaIICJI .", ISOo fJTANFORU, KY., B.O.WAtTON,Bus,Manager I .. SIX : PAGES. EVEBY PBIDAY. t 1 i if f i , I II i Got. Bcckner's open letter to Gov. Jin-han- d Brown is such racv reading that we To see would be Rind to givo it in full. Its Tech; length precludes that, however, ns it occupies about four columns of matter, set in nonpareil type. The old war horse doesn't mince matters, but in "thoughts that breathe and words that burn" he roasts and dissects his victim on a grid, iron of scorn, in a way ho must despise. After showing from the records how Gov. give weeli. eve? 7 ive Ghovrr, Adlai and most all the other Brown had garbled extracts from the ' Tie Mason-Foar- d convict least businees to boys are in Washington waiting for the band to begin to play. Tho crowd is tho JVech one make a point against and defame Gov. largest ever gathered at the capital and of Tie. Buckner and the other the Sinking Fund Commission, he charg- the ceremonies promise to be the most es him with deliberate misrepresentation imposing in the history of the country. and of snapping, snarling and whining Everybody is happy, and everything is Ht his predecessors like a "stranger cur." lovely and the gooue honks high. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. The letter closes with tuis terrific arTin? is tho last full day of Harrison raignment: Shame on such petty and and a republican administration. B. G. Gover sold to Bailer Jennincs to UiU week. Fruit-of-th- e We At As nothing had malevolent spite. a cow and calf for $&. asnoon Yard-wid- e the democrats will S c. Huff Dudderar sold to J. S. Owsley, occurred to illustrate your administra- sume control of every branch of nationSr., 10 mule colts at $10. 4-- l-2- c. tion, or place it above the lowest medi- al government after a lapse of 35 years. Fore.de, 24 eh oats aud 15 calves. ocrity, you evidently thought that the Let us give " God aud the boys in the J. O. Hays, Crab Orchard. road to glorious achievement led thto' trenches unfeigned thanks for tho blessS. M. Owens bought of A. C. Duun a lot of corn in the crib at $2. the dark labyrinths of defamation. As ings will inaugurate. Leo Thomas, of Lexington, bought success in this lino could not be attained of Dudderar Bros, a mare for $175. by fuir means, you seem not to have hesTub Commercial Gazette mournfully M. F. Eikin boughtof B. I). Holtzclaw itated to resort to questionable methods. remarks: Tho Democrats will have full a lot of butcher stull at 2) cents. Will Alexander sold to Parks, of Though this mode of procodure in your sweep in the Senate during tho next life had caused your name to bo in- Congress. They are having things large- Madison, a combined mare for $220. past a Thos. C. scribed in dishonor on the archives of ly their own way in that body at present. house aud lot,Ball sold to N. J. Illxtonfor in upper Rowland, the government, you failed to profit by a fvoa NEWSY NOTES. K. L. Hubble sold to Carithtrs, of lesson which must have proved so humil Lexington, 1 pair of work mare mules tore, has gone to Glasgow to locate. iating. The eame methods have adhered f bill was de- for $250. The Hatch .wi-:- . "famous" is now managed by to you. I have shown wherein you have feated in the House. Henry Hester boughtof various par- Braum's Victor, who has been connectMr Meier in order to deconcealed circumstances ties a bunch of old cattle at 2 to ed with the store lor some time. Mr. Col. Oliver Lucas, a ceive, have suppressed facts that dis2J cents. v. ,.,,-- r t,.ia u iittito number of friends lu of Louisville, is dead, S. K. Dudderar soltl to a Leximi proved your assertions and have not hesLancaster, who are glad to learn of his Fire destroyed tho largest portion of ton party an Arthur Sims fil :itated even to invent calumny when PoeaJ'outas,. Va., and 100 people nre protuottou and who wish h:m abundant ly lor ?io. thought necessary to your ends. You homeless. F. S.indidue sold to a Texas Farria The poultry show Monday was said seem to have found in such metboJs Sixty misguided Lewis county citi- party, a stallion, a gelding and a mare (o be tho finest ever given in Central something grateful and congenial to zens left for Kansas to make that State for $1,000. i.ah quite a iiiim-b- . Wanted. A fancy saddle mare. Kentucky. Uncaster We give below habitually to have de- their future home. vour nature, and r of poultry fanciers. must be tine; for the show ring. J. R. a partial list of the ueauuiui a scended to a lino of action the very sugI he slo k of Cyrus Lee, sister, brother, wife aud Brooks, Harrodsburg tuat were exhibited: By Judge J. C. gestion of which would have- been indig child were burned to death in their Wool. I want to buy 100,000 lbs Hemphill, BulT uocmna ami i.k.u the or more of wool. Will nay highest mark Brnhmas; by J. 15. Storms, W lute W nantly spurned by the Crittendens, the home near Greenville. et price. A. T. Nunnelley. Dixons, the Breathitts, the Shelbys and and Black Jnp. Bantams; by . lu the will of the late Gen. 1'. G. T. Sidney, the cnlebrated California M. bhugars, White Cochins. W bite and the other groat names, our predecessors Beauregard, he requested that hid body horse, was sold at New Yor' to HamBarred lymblith Rocks, single - comb in the office to which you have been be cremated. His estate is rated at two monds, of Detroit, for $27,t). W hitu Leghorns, Black Javas and Win. Moreland sold to W. M. Lackcalled. The contrast is so painful that I million. Indian Games, by Jo ey 7 fair to good feeders for t240 nnd sold cannot entertain for you any harsher J. U. Thomrson, All of the indictments against Concounty party 2(J bcrub cat- White Cochins, bv White Wyandotte; by to a Garrard Cochins ami feeling than one of profound compassion gressman Berry, of Newport, were dis- tle at $1S. Red Caps. When spring From the Jcsoe I). Wearen store room to our present place of busiand, therefore, dismiss you to the con- missed on premptory instructions from B. G. Gover sold to Sam Yantis tw o Victor Leavell, chickens get ripu wo hope thee gentleness nnd have arranged it mules for $210 and one to templation of your own dark thoughts the court. men will not forget this column of the Gov. McKinley has received a large Tom Yantis for $100. Ho sold to Charles of your torn, tattered and to the repair Bohon six long yearlings at $70. Business in the police court Tues-daand tarnished reputation. Gov. Brown number of oilers of assistance from friends T. C. Ball engaged to J. H. Hiatt a since his recent misfortune, but he dewas exceedingly good. Threo little says the letter is coarse, brutal and bom- clines them all. vacant lot in Rowland, for which Mr lambs from the country were carrying Ball bastic, and that he will answer it in due Snow is from four to 10 feet deep in Hiatt is fo build a cottage for Mr. Stan- unusually large drunks Monday night. on hi) lot on Lower Main street, of season. It is said that he too is pretty Michigan and all railroads are blockaded. ind disturbed tho peace apd quietude ?10 fined .Wht re we can offer you. good at invective and we may expect to At St. I'dtil, Minn., street car tratlic has ford. To buy all the wool in B ittle Row. They were each Wasted. suspended. see the fur (lv from the grizzled back of beenMrs. Nannie Garrard White, grand- the vicinity of Shelby and Junction Cit- nnd costs. By request we withholda their names. Clay Green also had on well tho hit adversary. daughter of Gov. Garrard, mother of W. ies, for which I will pay Shelbyhighest developed jag and slapped "Long MoCity. G. White, of Richmond, died in Lexing- market price, delivered at lly." His case was filed away on the I. S. Tevis. The dreaded crinoline has already ton, at an advanced age. wouldn't do it any The Winchester Democrat, report promise that ho Near Ashlaud, Bill Deskins, a farmer, caused a church row. It occurred at moro. Lottie Kennedy used insulting 1000 cattle on the market Monday. A Dadan, Teun. Mrs. Sanders, looking beat Joe Minis' brains out with a rock be small lot good 1200 lb. feeders brought and abusive languaue to another coon wr'nKsc goods will be sold reyard!ess of test. We mean what he made a criminal assault on his Hunt, along like an inverted balloon, went into chu60year-ol- d Uc; plain feeders, 1000 to 1100 lbs., 31 nnd was fined $.'. Fulton daughter. four Iptfted- descendant of Ham, win nneu wc say They have to go. stall-feoxen, church and in doing so brushed against There was a decrease of $1,130,930 to 4c: uood smooth mixed workinferior 25 and sent to jail for ten days for aud 1300 lbs., 4c; lighter several persons. Andrew Watson made in the cash balance in the national stufT, 2 to'2,c. The demand for good wearing a large and murderous looking a jeering remark, which insulted the Treasury last month, and an increase of cattle was far in excess of the supply pistol. Spenrer Royston bad two count 010,700 in the national debt. was woman, who informed her husband and to Philadelphia, aeainst him for belling whisky. He An Iron Mouutain express train W. B. Kidd Bhipped Bros, IJ4 cattle, lined $23 and costs in each case. Monday, for Lehman a general fight ensued, in which women was wrecked near Hope, Ark , bv a SO. fainted, children screamed and bedlam broken rail. Over '20 passengers were weighing 1,475 lbs., bought at 4 MT. VERNON, R00KCASTLE COUNTY and pandemonium reigned supreme. No injured, some of whom will die. LANCASTER, 6ARRARP COUNTY. Duke Mnith, son of Gen. Green Clay one 'was killed, but numerous and sunConstable J. M Jones has moved to Monday was county county court Smith, shot Henry O. James, barkesper dry limbs nnd heads were broken and at the Windsor Hotel, Paris, during a day aud the usual crowd was in town tortn. hen Joseph Rickles has a 15 year-olthe hoopskirt fad got a black eye. dispute coucerning.a foOliquor bill. trading, settling up, swapping lies, hors Have just received a new barrel each of Open Kettle, N. O. Molas- At Youngstown, O., Samuel Taylor, es, Ac. A large number of cattle were at his place near town. A. Pennington gathered in 1,200 do Tjikkk are 07.SS4 post offices in tho a sawyer, commited auicide by throwing on the maiket, which brought good prises, borghum and Laramel byrup, also pure Maple Syrup, Ihickwh eat eggs at his stores last week. United States and every one must be himself on a circular saw while in motion. ces. whis anu iiraiiam Piour in bulk, sell rising nuckwiieat Hour, Hams, Shoul- John His head rolled oil" among tho sawdust Adoen fine chickens were stolen tie -- George Poxy and at PineNinety Hill. filled by a good democrat as fast as pos- and his body dually stopped are recent arrivals ders, Side Meat, Urcakfast Bacon, llroilintr Beef. Canned Roast machinMr. George Denny this week. Comfrom the J. L. Joplin has bought the Vowels and Chipped Beef, Mackerel and Pigs' Feet in sible. Only those offices in which dem- ery. plaints are heaid every day about the barrel, Ifyman's mixMain Htreet. ocrats were permitted to serve out their Ten persons were killed in Chicago midnight prowlers and the professional store room aud residence on Sherill'Mullins and Deputy Jones ed and Cucumber Pickles in barrel, Queen Gage Plums, Red Cherries, wall falling on a thieven, who seem determined to tako terms should any favor be shown. The by a to thu Blackberries, Sweet Potatoes, French Peas, Van Ilouten's Cocoa. brick building. The wall was weak, everything that is not guarded with a took Bee Mullins and John new postmaster general weighs over 300 pen Saturday. and a high wind was prevailing at the shot gun. Dr. J. J. Brown and Miss Pitsy Adait down at once with time. pounds. Let him Toe wild cat bIiow made moie monween married Wednesday evening. a dull thud on every republican who enAnother departure in the line of ey Monday than the management knows ams couple left immediately for a trip Thu joyed even for a moment the usufruct of oflicial precedents at Washington was a what to do with and fudge Hughes, the reception tendered bv Vice President higbcockalorutn, is the happiest man We will have a lull stock ol Seed Potatoes and a democrat. Turn the rascals out. McMurtry, a son of Col. Of Teas and Coffees. and Mrs. Morton to Vice President-elec- t in town. We understand that Benton Jim Mr. Huut of Iiwer Garnud, has Garden Seeds, the best varieties. I lave McMurtry, already bought and will be Mrs Ashley is a silent partner in the business Thk Louisville Times in coutioverting aud The Stevenson. decided to swing his law shingle in Lan- able to give you some low prices. bill requiring railroads to use with Hughes. tho statement that no man by the name automatic cut couplers and safety brakes The foundation for tho now store caster. Penicks was shot in tho arm Abe of Smith ever ran for president of the has been passed by both honpes of Con- rooms on the north side of the Public Creak, over brick by Will Bobbins, on Skhitus Dr. h. J. United States refers to Gen. Green Clay gress. Railroad companies are given five .square is about completed and the the division of some corn. which to comply with the pro- layers will commence work on Monday. Smith, who was on the prohibition tick- years inof out the ball out visions Mrs. Dabney's new residence oil Rich- Blown the act. Miss Matilda Woods, a sister of Mr. et a few years ago. That doesn't couut. will be completed the llrst A negro named Abncr Anthony mond street Rice G. Woods, of Ppper Garrard, died BUY TIIK CFJJCBRATKD Tho candidate .vho didn't get any more to assault Mrs. Newton of next week. Monday evening aud was buried at Paint of near Hot Spring, Va., but sho Tho ladies of tho W. C. T. votes than Gen. Smith is not much more Lick church Wednesday. W. presented to managed to entitled to mention than Mrs. Belva uivo alarm. get out of his Hutches and Lancaster on Saturday the Gen. inst, J. Mrs. Pauline J.Smith died Thing-daa 25th Anthony was promptly Landram, morning at the residence of her Lockwood, Victoria Woodhull, etc. lynched that night. beautiful sofa pillow made of silk and Judge G W. McClure, in this Albert Reynolds shot an killed Bert satin; each design being the workmanThey continue to come in out of the Moore in it eolnon at Allegon, Mich., place. Sho find been in bud health for member of tho union. ship of a the- latter had alienated the direc- he prizes the gift moro than any he has many years. wet. Speaker Walnli, of the North DaMrs. Il.C. Gentry is quite ill. Mr. tions of tho former's wife. Reynolds ever received and will never cense to rekota Legislature, and heretofore a from had been on Ihh track 'or three weeksand member with trratitudo the kinduoos of James Croucher has moved here is rantankerous republican, has re but tho temperance .Maretburg. Mrs. John Purnell had traveled 3,000 miles. tho noble workers in little better. Mrs. Rosa Nesbitt bus nounced urn allegiance to him party o Nathan Iledger. a citizen oi rowell cause. MissNoraPhilhps.of Stanford, spent been quite ill for several days. shamsand pretenses and will hereafter county, wnssentenced to the penitentiary Mr F. Krueger, the lime man, is in for twenty years for outrages committed several days this week with Miss Bessie demobay with Senator Hill, "I am a Ware, of Bryants-ville- , Louisville looking up rates on his prod-i.ecrat." Tho lamp is still burnini;. Let on his own'daughter. Four of the jury Marksbury. MissMotie C. Storms. .Mrs. Your scribe is the recipient of a Olive Points, three for Si, is visiting Mrs. C. favored the death sentence. which even the vilest sinner return (o tho fold. Another indication of the "era of Frank Rout, aud son are with Mrs Bub lino nierchaum pipe from Mr. K., trnod feeling" in politics was a dinner in Farris this week. Miss Rebecca Pope is he brought over Horn ucutschiauu. Mb. Cleveland has completed the honor of Vice President Morton, tender- visiting her sister in Crab Orchard. Mr. J i' Vowels was up irom Wednesday. Mrs. Sarah Welsh writing of his inaugural address and it ed by the entire Senate, a distinction Miss Lizzie Simpson, of Lower Garrard her to any of his predecessors. la spending n week with Mrs. Uobt. Rice. is in from Middlesboro visitiug from sons. 1,700 words. Harnever accorded is said to contain but Wilmis- Mr. A. J. Riee, of Hedgeville, and Messrs. Mrs,. Patsy .Myers came down The appropriations, exclusive of rison's, if our memory serves iij right, were liamsburg last week to meet her brother, cellaneous matter.", made by the House Green and Wearen, of Stanford, contained 10,000, but then our man can at the. session of Congress, will - here Sunday. Mrs. Will Marrs leaves A. 1). Smith, who was visiting relatives Louissay more in a short space than other in week for Memphis, Tenn., her future here. Mr. Smith is located in $ol3.7.3,0S5. This amounthnbeen next is visiting rela- ville. Mr. B. II. Joplin has gone out inthe country. He believes that brevity increased bv the Senate to $510,27:1,417. home. Mr. Louis Price Carter H. Harrison was nominated tives here. Mr. H. A. B. Marksbury was to thu eastern portion of the State with is the soul of wit and that a man is not for Mayor of Chicago by the. Democrats in Danville this week on business. Mrs. Dulliold's biirveyiog corps. Mrs. Kllen G. W. always heard for his much speaking. for the fifth timo. Candidate Hesing Logan, who has been visiting her sister, Gilmore, of Danville, ami Mr. Flem livans, of Crab Orchard, were hero dur-inclaimed that the convention was "pack- Mrs. J. O. Frank, has returned to the week to see their sister, Mks. P. Tiik epidemic of suicide continues at ed," and withdrew, urging his friends to ineshurg. Mrs. Richard Burnsido and Iips securGeorgo Denny, Sr., spent Wednes- J. Smith. Mr. V. P. Freeman Atlanta. The latest victim is a young voto against Harrison Mrs. Dr. W. A. Is Receiving His Mr. Birney Fish of ed employment at Pittsburg. ate ground glass because of girl, who day in Paint Lick. Brown and wife, of Parksvillo. came up chap that didn't unrequited love. As the Jeb Stuart, S. K. Dudderar & Bro.'s Crab Orchard lias accepted a position in the doctor returning next day. "requite" is a medical student with slim fine and well bred stallion, is advertised Mr. Will Arnold's confectionary. Mrs. prospects. she probably did tho beet in this issue. He will make tlm season Mollio Borders has returned to Danville. Mr. J. A. Owens, tho popular railroad thing for herself Jy saving a life of at their stables at Duddcrar's Mill nt $30 Mr. Manes, who has been managing agent at Barbourvillo, was here with us Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me trouble. Mr. M. Braiim's dry goods and clothing a few days ago. to insure. call. Mo U'lrri'Dcno olinnlil htt foruiven and taken airain to every democratic; heart. In another column of double leans Wednesday ho unequivocally what Mr. Cleveland has done so far, and says he is ns much pleased with the no'- - cabinet as if he had builtit himself. Th.u at nukes the candid confeshas survivsion tb'it the president-elec- t ed his disapproval and had his revenge in the mistake about that little matter of the shughter house. An honest confession is uood for the soul. None of us is infallible but tho Tope, and there are grave doubts ns to his infallibility, among us Protestants. In view of past services, wo Cleveland people forgive and forget your indiscretion of last year, Mr. Wattcrson, and metaphorically fold you to our loving hearts again. So hurrah for the gallant editor, his lovely Star-EyGoddess of Reform, and "A wet sheet and a (lowing sea, And a wind that follows fast." en-dois- Miss Julia Force, who killed her two sisters in Atlanta, had been adjudged a lunatic. DANVILLE. ed Mr. and Mrs. Jus. S. Chrisman left Sunday for Washington City to bo pros-fli- t at the inauguration. George Arthur (Hull Eye) was put in the work hoiibo Wednesday for 11 days by Olliccr Silliman to work out an old lino imposed for shooting craps.. Rev. J. W. Lynch, of the 15apti6t church, will probably soon quit preaching entirely, for at least six months, and will devote tho time to a restoration of his health. Joe Wndo and Archio Ilarman were tried before Souiro W. W. Webb and a jury at Mitcheilsburg Tuesday for en- gtiging in a row with Joo Jewell a lami-ly- . Each wab lined $2. aud costs. Bob Wade, implicated in the same matter, has not been arrested. Chief of Police Silliman received on Tuesday by express a handsome Cane, a present from Mr. Eugene D. Moshier, the Jackson, Michigan, penitentiary official, who came here a few weeks ago and took back to his old quarters Harry A. Melton, an escaped convict. Ilenrv Hell nnd another (5 year- old neero boy went into MeGrorty'idrug from Storo Tuesday evening and stolo tho money drawer. Chief of Police Silliman pursued and caught them and recovered the money. Then as they were too young to bo prosecuted, he released them. 1 WANT ED our elegant line of MECKWEdll just received in all the newest styles. and you free of will With $10 Suit or upwards or pair of Suspenders. With every Boy's Suit one charge a handsome Alegant With every Child's Knee Pants Suit Collar, one lie. Windsor SPECIAL OFFER, For this have decided continue our Muslin Sale for Loom, Masonville and. Green Ticket Lonsdale Brown Cotton at 1-o- LOOK AT OUR CHEAP TABLE. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. I anti-optio- n well-know- n cit-iz- in . HATE -: MOVED h.-i-i . 1 (or-nis- h CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES. &C, Pat-ridg- e three-year-ol- d y xjt BARGAINS HXGaXXTS & - i VanAESDALE. M'KINNEY BRO'S five-stor- two-stor- y WE KEEP THE BEST BRANDS McKINNEY BROS. Will-iam- s I y -, he-ca- use He-say- s VULCAN Chilled Plow. g, Every One Warranted. W. H. WEAREN & CO. t. .uiu-dlesbo- ro airirre-irate- t: rut-silay- , v ir v& j V - gf t W' ssjrwf i - 1WTf "$'" v f V ' f '"F"?t 5EMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIORJOUKNAL M Altai Stanford, Ky., 3, 1893 W. F. WALTON. BAFFLED CONSPIRATORS. j It - ilVwV.3C. 2s'OJtKI8. (CONTINUr.D iKH.il ) ,N- . n.tid : upon her to tako her departure. Tlicro is uhvuyH n certain feeling of in sittiiiK hotween thti old lovo and tlio new, oven though the old lovo may havo ahdiented iih willi:iglyu.t Lady Belvoir hail done. And fo, during tlis Hiicceciling fortnight, Mr. Thurold enjoy til hlinhelf very Hindi, uotwiHiMnud-in- g tlio wintry weather, and Dorothy was happy, and tlio soul of Mw. LchHo Ono must imliH.il bo hard was to tilensu if ono bo not witislied with u whoso meau.s aro ample, whoso character stands high, and whoto political future is full of prniiiiM. Meanwhile Lady Uulvoir also win enjoying herself, though jtosftihly in a somewhat Josh legitimate fiwliion. On tlio day after that of her arrival in Curl-to- n IIoiwo terrace an agitated viitor wn.i nlinwn into her presence, and thin was really remarkable, location if tliero wiw ono thing from which Lord (luiw might lw Haid to n fni', as a general rule, it was agitation. Not only, however, was ho txTturiK'd now, but ho made no effort to dfeguiM) tiie faut. Without responding tothocommo-.iplncef- l with which oho gni-lehim ho at onco made known the ohji-c- t of hii visit, llo itwlf-wtirdnc- M Eou-iuda- bonrcoly lw naiil that Percy gratefully accepted his offer, and icr- lini, all thitiKH considered, ho wjw not yery fiorry that hin cousin felt it incum-lKt- it t , t - "Sybil, I think I have known jou long enough to have the privilege of waiving ceremony with you when feel inclined. At all events I am going to waive ceremony now. "Hut that Isn't precisely a novelty, is itT interrupted Lidy llclvoir. "Vou were a little bit uucercmonioiiH in the way you tok leave of me or rather omitted to take leave of me nut ho long ago." "I was calltil away in a hurry." "By whom or by what, I wonder? Never mind, though, itV no businejs of mine, and I am not iumtisitive. Please go on lndng unceremonious. You are going to Niy Htiuetliiug very disagreeable, of courN'." "1 dare Niy it will be more disigni- hIiId for me to Kay than for you to hear; but I find that I really can't hold my tongue about It. I wtw that little least Schneider today." "Poor Mr. Schneider! What has lie done to Ih called a little lx'iist? Did you think him a little hcaM wWii you weiu ho kind as to introduce him to nw'f "Yes, 1 hupikm m; really ilon't remember what I thought alnxit him at that time. What I know now is that he is an admirer of yours, and that he h:i the impudence to intend nuking j oil to marry him." "But I thought you knew that ever eo long ago," obeerved Lady Helvoir calmly. "Was it on account of his impu deuce that you voted in favor of his Ink ing forbidden to Mtieuk to me for nix month? Mr. Moretou, tH, was he impudent, or only unfit to take caro of 1 1 hiiiix-HY- ' , f "Oh, the cat is out of the bag, then!" "The cat, on you say, is out of the bag. You didn't huppose that she would in it for many hours after time was up, did you? And now that tdio is out I may My that a meaner, mangier animal I never liehold. However, it some comfort to know that you haven't succeeded in parting Percy Thorold and Dorothy Leslie. Will it astonish you to hear that they are engaged? Percy came wtralght on to me in Westmoreland after he hud landed at LivcrHxl,aud the next day he made it all right, No thanks to you, though. How popular you will Ihj-- , conio lwforo long if you go on meddling with other people's attaint in this way!" i.- iti j I'ruuo l'u.lillns. Soak ono ixmml of prunes over night. In tho morning remove the stones, put tho prunes in it jKirceluin lined kettle with sufficient water to prevent burning, cover the kettle and cook slowly on the back partof the stove until tho prunes nro perfectly tendor; this will takoalmut nn hour; then add n cup of sugar and stand nsido to cool; when cold pros through u colander, or if you havo a "keystone" Itcatcr a few revolutions will reduce them to u smooth pulp. Beat tho whites of three eggs to n stiff froth; add them to tho prunes. Have a quarter of u Ixix of gelatin soaked for half nn hour in half a cup of cold wnter; stand this over the (iro until tho gelatin is dissolved; stir into tho prunes with tho whites of tho eggs; turn into a mold and stand nway to harden. When ready to servo turn it onto u pretty dish ami pour around it a custard iniulo from it pint of milk, two tablcspoonfuls of sugar d and tho yolltH of threo eggs. This may lo very delicately flavored with bitter almond, but bo careful to ndd onlj a few drops or you will destroy tlio flavor of tho prunes. cus-tar- Mutt Itecoinlne. The enormous sleeves of shaded velvet are liked in cloth or stuff gowns and tend to give an air of elaboration to what may be really it very simple costume. A Tablecloth Autograph. In Vienna tho, latest form of tho autograph ci'azo requires tho guests at dinner to writo their names in pencil upon tho tablecloth. This is moro popular tlian tho autograph cushion as wo liavo it here in America. Tho original writing is worked over ia colored silk and a permanent trophy is secured. Dog. Strayed or stolen, pointer pup. Reward for return. AI. G. Huffman. "Did Bho tell you that thcie waa?'' asked Lord Quiso quickly. what he wanted," wild Lord Oineo "Not in bo many words; but I think meekly. "It wn no fault of initio that Les-li- o she meant mo to tnko it that thero was ho didn't get it before, or that Miw had cout rived tooirend tho otner two lomobody. Sho mid but after nil I men. Personally I hadn't a word to wiy don t know why I should tell jou what idio wvid; it wouldn't interest you." ugainitt her." Lord Guixj, however, was of opinion j di"Oil, no; your machinations woi-rected ngai;i3t BOine'io.ly elso. Well, I that it would inteiv. t him greatly, and inn very much obliged to you, I nm mire. Schneider was prevailed uton without You certainly know how to avail your- much difficulty to relate what hud passed self of th" privilege) of an oil friend, between him u:nl Lady Belvoir. It tnat eho had been jwrfectly frank and it isn't u strict rogrd for ceremony that is over lutely to inconvenience you." wjii him. Sho had confessed that tin incomu would bo extremely Lord GuLo Righed. to her; thr who was freo from any "Ah, you are in ,i difFernnt mood from tho ono that you vero in when prejudice an regarded pedigree, and that for him individually she had just about I Kiw you last," wiid he. "Tiiat waa an interlude. I told you an much reganl hs sho had for most ieo-plNevertheless, sho found herself unro at the time. Occasionally ono doeu able to nccept his oiler. liltu to forg't t.io tnith about one's old "Whatever one's convictions may be," friends for nn hour or two, if ono can." hIio had told him, "ono can't alter one's "But tcriiapj you don't know the truth, Sybil. Anyuow I don't want to nature, and mine, unluckily, hai a taint defend myself now; I only want to de- of romance in it which is apt to crop up at the most inconvenient moments and fend you against yourself. I have a fear that you may bo tempted to upet nil my plans. Little as you might throw yourbelt nway upon a little, low nupposo it to look at me, I am just ono of those women who form a foolish attachlwrn alien." "Oh, you really would consider that ment and sacrifice everything to it." "And then," observed Lord Guise, throwing myself away? I should h.tvu "you naturally wanted to know the thought that, netting ono thing against unother, you would have placed me name of the man to whom uhehud bepretty much on tho Hamo level with Mr. come foolishly attached." "Well, yes; but of course sho wouldn't Schneider." "You nay that to vex me, not becaiisu tell mo. However, it was eiwy enough you lcHtvo it. Tor. ho'ivenVsake, Sybil, to guess. When I rcmcinlier tho things don't make the ini-- t ike or imagining that Morntou has said to me about her, I that any amount of wealth could atouo must say that I agree n3 to tho foolishto you for tho humiliation of calling that ness of tho attachment; but that is her look out and his, not mine." man your husband." "Oh, you think Moretou is tho man?" "He is a very decent hort of a man in Mr. Schneider hadn't a doubt of it, his way," naid Lady Bel voir. but it is scarcely surprising that Lord "Your butler and your coachman are very decent sort of men in their way, I Guise should havo arrived at u different have no doubt. Come, Sybil, I don't conclusion. Ho got rid of Lady Belvoir's often a.sk a favor of yon, do 1? At least diicomfited suitor us soon as ho could, promise me that whatever happen you and went home in a very troubled and irresolute condition of mind. won't injury Schneider." "I will not," ho muttered repeatedly, "Why fhould I make hucIi a promise? I have told you already what my views "bo a fool." Yet ho went on to ask about tluwi things are. There i one himself whether u man who docs what right iwrson; all tho rest aro bo very will at least secure him n brief ieriod of much alike in (taint of rcpultuvcnuMtthat supremo linppincss can bo properly called it is hardly worth whilo to draw dis- a fool which ii a mo3t dangerous lino of thought to follow out. Ono thing, at tinctions between them." "Is tlicro n 'right person' in yourcafio?' nil events, he was determined upon, and asked Lord Guise; and his voico wiu not that was that ho would abstain for the present from calling in Curlton House very Kteady a.s hu put tho question. Tho representation of an old "Who knows? If there were I should friend might or might not havo been inhardly tell you, should I? At any rate, I don't think any Mich penoii is likely to strumental in causing Lady Belvoir to interpose ltetwccn mo and Mr. Schnei- decline Schneider's millions; but assuredly tin-s- would not bo needed in der." Lord Guio remained silent. Within order to bnngabout Moreton s dismissal him was raging a desperate conflict, oft That young gentleman was notoriously which his interlocutor was fully cogni inconstant and had no money, no tal Kant, ami which she watched with much ents, nothing in tho world except his piitisfaction through her half closed eye- handsome face. And Sybil would not lids. It ended nbruptly, after tho fash-- j abandon all ambition for the suko of a ion in which r.ho hud quite anticipated handsome face, "oho isn't ol 1 enough t that it would end. Starting to his fuel for that yet," Lord GuUe reflected cynically. and grasping his hat, ho said: "Well, I can do no more than protest,! It was, therefore, without any inward and that isn't much good. All the same, feelings of uneasiness or uncertainty that ho encountered Moreton in Pall Mall a Good-by- , 1 felt that I could do no less. Sybil; thank you for having listened to few days after this, and inquired whether New Zealand was a nice mo no patiently." "Not at nil," answered Lady Belvoii sort of plac to spend tiio winter in. "Not having spent tho winter there I jiolitely, "it has amused mo very much don't know," answered Moreton; "as far to listen to you, I assure you." With that sho gave him her hand ami as I got it didn't strike mo as tho kind of n queer look which caused him to lower place when I should caro to live. Howhis eyes lmntily and the interview ter- ever, ns the governor paid my expense out and back I didn't mind having a minated. About an hour after this a smartly look nt it, and I dare say the voyage did attired and oniplnceiit looking gentle- - me good." "You certainly look more fit than you man of low htature stepped briskly upt. the door of Lady Belvoir's mansion and did when I saw you lost," observed Lord inquired whether her ladyship was at' Guise. "Come into tho club and havo home. This gentleman was not unknown soino lunch. I should like to hear whethto her ladyship's domestics, who may er your spirits us well as yonr health havo received instructions respecting havo improved sinco thou." At first Moreton was not disposed to him, for he was nt once admitted and conducted upstairs. Mr. Schneider had be communicative upon this ttoint. lorhaps no right to look complacent or "Oh, bother!" ho said when questioned; to feel hoiM'ful; yet tint world had gone "what'sthousoof talkingabout it?" But so remarkably well with him of late a txittlo of chumtmguo had a softening that his self confidence, if illogical, was influence uoii him, and eventually he consented to gratify his bast's curiosity. not wholly unnatural. "I fared no lwttcr ntnl no worse than During the summer and autumn ho had largely increased the number of his I had expected," said he. "I went aristocratic acquaintances; he had had a through tho form of proposing to her, singularly successful racing seiiion; he, because 1 was almost bound in honor to member of parliament, do that; but it didn't surprise mo in tho had become and ho had looked into Ids affairs with leiust to bo reminded that lat year was most satisfactory results. Finally, ho livst year. I never deceived myself about had been informed, through what had ' her; I always knew just exnetly what npitearcd to him to Ihj au inspired chan- - sho was, ami that if thero wan tho ghost nel, that Lady Belvoir had arrived in of a chance for me nt one moment a de London. All these tilings caused him to lay of six months would lw enough to believe that his star was in the ascendant, extinguish it six times over. It's mid and his heart Itcat high with joyous an how ungenerous women are. Sho took ticipution us ho mounted the stairs with ' up the lino of declaring that it was I who which he had been so agreeably familiar, hud changed and that she had foreseen from tho first how it would be. Then, six months before. Yet, after tho lapse of barely half an j when I accused her of having trifled uour, tins lavunto oi iortuue inigni with me, she admitted it in the most no have Ikhmi seen retracitij bis steps with ,,Usni'S way. nuo saiu sue nuu oniy a sadly crestfallen mien. As ho passed wiiiui-- in biiuh iuu in.it hiiu uuuiu unug out of tho door ho glanced suspiciously mo to my knees if sho chose. That's a at tho servants to seo whether they woru nice sort of confession to make, isn't it?" "I dare say she knew that you wouldn't smiling; ho actually forgot to smooth his hat before putting it on, and ho wan- break your knees or your heart oithor," dered off in an aimless way, as if ho remarked Lord Guise. "I don't seo how sho could know anyneit tier know nor cared whither ho was going which was in truth the case. thing of tho kind. But of course uot Possibly it was unconscious cerebration seeing u person for six months does' mnko that took him to a club of which both u difference, uud then, as I tell you, I ho and Lord Guiso were members; for had no illusions about her. She's just it is certain that of all people the lust what you have always said sho wu3 a whom he desired to seo nt that moment thoroughly bad lot." "I don't recollect over saying that." was Lord Guise. "Oh, como! Besides it's what everyLord Guise, howover, desired very much to seo him, and it wjw Lord Guise's body knows. Well, I'm free to admit habit to tako what ho wanted, llo took that you and tho other fellows did me a. though I don't think Til rejvoor Schneider by tho arm and led hiin good turn, room. "Well," 6aid new my membership at tho end of the into nn untenanted he, "what luck? Of course I know where year. Ono can't tell what may happen, and perhaps if you sent me to New Zeayou have been." "It's all up," answered Schneider land ugaiu I might not bo able to feel gloomily; "6ho'll have nothing to say that I had had such u good deliverance us this time." to mo." "It is pleasant to have oue's wisdom Guise niado an effort to conceal tho satisfaction which ho felt, and evince and foresight reeoguized," observed the sympathy which ho did not feel. It Lord Guise; "still, everybody isn't a was not it very successful one; but that weathercock. Schneider and Thorold was of little consequence, for his friend have stood tho test, and ono of them has had his rewurd." was not looking at him. Ho said: "Ah, so I hear. I'm sorry for him, "Well, you Bee, Schneider, no womnn poor chap, becuuso Miss Leslio didn't likes to bo cut. Yon would havo done better to go abroad, liko Thorold and striko me as a very amiable young woman. At tho sunid time one must allow Moretou." "Oh, it wasn't that," auswered that she hasn't it stain upon her characSchneider, gazing desixmdeutly at the ter which is moro than can bo said for carpet; "sho knows I couldn't help my- certain other ladies whom wo know." And now, to Moreton's great astonself, uud she said she quito understood that it was all your doing its of course ishment, he received one of tho sharpest it was. No; the fact of tho matter ii and most dignified rebukes that hud ever been administered to him. that tlmro is some other fellow." "I nm very glad that Tlicrold has got ap-Iear- wel-com- o to-dn- y e. hor-rihl- o Home-wha- plens-antl- y I J I u intended to make Lord Guise propose to Harper's Magazine. Per Year: SclMtlft AMricu jk Jt co her, burl am almost sure thut sho didn't Harper's Weekly 4 00 00 Harper's Razar intend to accept him." 00 Young People And when tho news of Lord Guise's Harper's Free to all subscribe! in the United Postage engagement was mado public thero were States, Canada and Mexico. a good muny people in Mrs. Thorold's predicament. Somo professed to know The Volumes of the lUzar begin with the "first that Belvoir was Slurrying it second Number for January of each jear. When no time CAVIATft. will begin with timo ont of piquet others, better in- Is mentioned subscriptions of teceipt oforder. the TRADE MAttstt. Number current at the tune MSIQM PATIMTS. I formed, remnrked that Lord Guise Hound volumes of Harper's) Hazar for three OOfiVftraHTS, would soon be u duke, und wus already Joe Inf orm&tl oq aadfre nudlMok writ to of by mall, postage paid, or Anjtm express free C, expense tuns CUror aecurina csstaataNrsr AYoattv . boabwat; ns., nvf.OM.1 n very rich man; only u few were bold .....(..I a f.ulnK. n.l VAt. Oldest bureau Is marie rrrjitent taken out br as Is brought before enough to aver that sho hud fallen in ume) for 5; per volume,tmt.ifn ...... ,V A4..S. . Fir w...h ..itthtw .... ttitlft. Plnlk w.w the pubiio by a aoUoa citeu fre of ebuge la U V.IUIII ,S IV. nged. red bearded in?, will be sent bv .h.l u.u.'.v, love with thut middle mall, on receipt of plulosopher. To the present day no ex $i each. snouitl v& inauu or lleulliiauce planation of the phenomenon baa been Money Order or Draft to avoid chance ol lots. Largest circulation of any sdentlfla paper In the Newspapers are not to copy thisadvcrtisement vouchsafed by tho only person who is in world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent withoutthe ci press order of Harper & Urothers. u position to give an authentic one. man should be without It.. Waaklr. sU.tttt a Art,lrr IIAUPKR & Ilk OTHERS. monms. auciren atunn a iAA New York. Iveari ii.su six 3W1 Broadway, Now York city. Possibly, alter digging u pit for au "Guise." "Well," asked Percy of his wifo, "do you think you can mako mo niter my opinion that this is a shocking plant?" "I don't understand it," Dorothy replied thoughtfully. "I knew that she "That is a speech which no gentleman ought to make," paid Lord Guise, "and 1 hope you won't make it again. Sybil Helvoir has flirted a good deal, first and last, us we nro all aware; but you haven't tho slightest escnse for Buying anything worso of her, and I wonder that you don't feel how cowardly such insinuations are. Women, of course, nro given to whiioering nway ono another's characters; but I really do think that a man ought to bo nbovu that hind of thing." Moreton, much ubashed, stammered out a sort of apology, which Lord Guiso interrupted by saying curtly: "Well, don't let it hnpiieu again, that's nil." After which ho changed the snbject. This was nil very well, and it is only right that ono should tnko up the cudgels otrbelinlf of one's absent friends, but tho unfortnnato thing was that Lord Guiso was not quito us certain us ho professed to Ik; that Moreton hnd no excuse for speaking ns ho had done. He tried very hard to think that Sybil wasneither better nor worse than other pretty women utxtii whom admiration is forced, but he was not entirely successful. Ho could not forget circumstances which were within his own knowledge, nor did he much like that cool confession of hers that sho had ensnared Moreton for the mere puriiose of showing what sho could do when sho liked. If that was her motive in ono case why should it not be in another? Then he began to say to himself that after all ho had no right to throw stones. It isn't so very difficult to understand tho feelings of a woman who has loved in vain, and who is pestered all day and every day by tho attentions of lovers who uro simply wearisome to her. Such a womnn might find a not unnatural consolation iu avenging herself upon the whole of tho opposito sex. And supposing that, ufter tho lupso of yours, sho should find that that "right person" of whom she hud spoken had really loved her all along, though perhaps ho himself had scarcely been nwiiro of it? Would sho not then becomo ngnin what sho had onco been, and might not the sponge be passed over events which neither he ncr she could wish to recall to memory? It was iu meditations of this nature that Lord Guiso indulged during several consecutive days, and everybody must see how ierilous they were. Ho himself saw it, and hud recourse to tho old remedy of flight. Ho was seen no moro in London during tho early part of that Ecssion, when Mr. Schneider took hi seat ns member for Slumberton and Percy Thorold gathered fresh laurels us n debater; and if anybody missed him it did not, nt nil events, nppear to bo Lady Bel voir, who was in tho Itest of good spirits at thut time. Mrs. and Miss Leslio were duly invited to Carlton Houso terrace, nnd tho trousseau was purchased with tho aid of their hostess' taste und experience, nnd tho conduct of tho latter lady continued to bo in all respects exemplary. Then, shortly nftcr Easter, a wedding took place down in Westmoreland which was attended by many personages of high degree, but at which Lord Guise was unable to bo present by reason of certain pressing engagements elsewhere, tho nature of which he did not specify, Percy, in tulkiug this over with hi bride, confided to her it very strange idea which hnd como into his head. "There's something queer about Guiso," said he; "he doesn't writo like himself, and Moreton told me that he hnd bpoken about Sybil in n way how ever, I may lx quite wrong. Only cun't help thinking thnt ho is a little bit smitten, uud that ho is ufnud to trust himself near her." But busy statesmen, who can allow themselves but u brief honeymoon, can not be expected to trouble their minds much about tho eccentricities of friends whoareoutof sight; nnd it was with loud ejaculations of amazement that Mr. Thorold perused a letter which ho fonnd waiting for him at Venice tome week.-hfte-r his marriage. "Just read that!" lie wiid, tossing the sheet over to his wifo. "It really is beyond And this was what Dorothy read: "My Dkah Thouoli) As a year has now elapsed since the constitution of our 'Bachelors' Mutual Aid and Protection society,' and us the society bus died a natural death, none of us having signified the intention of renewing Ida pledge, I do not of course owo nn account of my notions to nny of you. Still I think you may bo interested in hearing that 1 am engaged to bo married to Sybil Belvoir. I have no doubt that you will set mo down as inconsistent, and probably you will make merry at my expense. "As u matter of fact I am not inconsistent nt all, nor have I changed my ideas with regard to matrimony. I still think thnt most people blunder into it without knowing whero they are going; nnd us I havo allowed a good many years to pass before taking this step I do not consider myself open to the charge of having noted precipitately. However, I make you welcome to tho admission thnt until lately I have had au altogether mistaken opinion of Sybil. You, I am sure, have a mistaken opinion of her still, but possibly Mrs. Thorold may in duce you to alter it. Ever yours, even-thing!- '' other sho fell into tho midst of it herself; more probably her motives, liko tho motives of most of us under most circum-standwcro mixed. In nny case, her husband doea not nppear to have repented of his bargain as yet. But ho looks a little shoerish when he meets Mr. Schneider or Mr. Moreton, nnd it is n thnt ho has forfeited tho respect which theso gentlemen onco entertained for his judgment. cer-tni- N-- W Norfolk Schedule Dec. 18, esiernHJ). 1891. s, LEAVK NORTON DAILY 7:00 a.m. for Graham. Illuefield, Pocahontas and all stations Hat Top and rocahotiUs DivisUluefidd, Radlord. Roanoke. Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Also Roanoke) for Washington, Haerstewn, Harris ourg. 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Visitors, rimembcr thr Morion is the line, tith Ycstibule-Trains, Dining Cars, Palace Chair "Well, ain't you a good ways from HufTet Sleepers, at low;st rates Cars, Pullman home?' For information add rets "Yes, Henry, but 1 bin a good deal IAS. BARKER, (1. P. A , Chicago. 'furder'n this." X). P.'A . Louisville W O CRUSH. "Well, well! Whero have ye been to?' "Well, it's no secret at our place, Henry, that my woman went away with a farmhand of mine, and I've been to try and see her. You know how most every paper you pick up now has two or three cases like this, 'Gone with the EVERY hired man.' I can hear it night nnd day, EYE Henry. Tho trucks of the train says it to me. Tho dinner bells at tho eatin staON tions jingles itont. and sometimes I can't tat nor sleep. Today I'vo only et a red apple nnd a glass revolver of candy. Hero's tho revolver now. My liver is inactive, and 1 feel bad." is com"Well, where have yo been to?" pletely taken with it. "I was afraid she'd went off with the Some were capodd horse when I got in for supper, nnd 1 hopped tured by complete on my off ono that I'd been hanlin with and started for the station, and handsomely ilwas too late for thai eight miles off. lustrated NOVEL, train and had to tako tho next one. But but it was those where to? The agent thought tho hired Colored man bought two tickets for Murdock, but wasn't shore about it. I bought fot Mnrdock. but she'd went away with of Society Ladies, Arthur. in the fashion de"I always called him Arthur. Ho wa partment, that "finfrom Kansas City, he claimed, and led o ished the business." life of gayety there. He wanted to come on tho farm and stiddy down. Well, 1 Every eye will knew if Arthur worked the way I did a welcome fow years it would stiddy him down so our that his own mother wouldn't know him. CLUBBING Poor boy,' mother said, 'you mustn't work him too hard till he gets used to it.' ANNOUNCEMENT So I let him chore around a good denl, (Thst sounds qutsr.dotsn't It?) beatin carpets nnd turnin the wringer, A year's subscripetc., whilst 1 pulled stumps and did othei to both tion light work till I could hardly stand up. GODEYS "Arthur knew a little music and could 21 PARK ROW, play tunes on tho cottago organ with one . V. CITY, band as well or better'n ho could with and both. "When lie wanted a fried chicken oi THE INTERIOR JOURNAL preserves, ho would tell mother how lit had no mother and had been drawed On 3 Year for $4 50. potT'weht NORrmWKST. .And Michigan tho Hollander who likes to colonize a swamp with Holland neighbors and then play in tho mud till he gets a rich, productive farm and webs between his toes. Then ho will go quacking nbont over it with a joyful waddle that a high bred American farmer would panso to despise. Then in Minnesota ho begins to hear tho "yentlo" bobolink languago of the Swede, the Dano nnd tho Norwegian. Hero in southern Missouri and Kansas and Nebraska ono encounters tho Populist. But you must rido in tho smoking car if you want to do all this. You can't go through America iu a palace car and understand tho country any more than you can call on tho czar of Russia and get points on tho suffering of the people there. Riding through some of tho regions of the south, whero the moonlight whisky, or American vodka, Hows, and tho white corn is worked up into food, drink, lodging, mirth und 80 days in tho "cold storage" of tho county, ono may bo asked to tako a swig from tho largo bottle, around tho neck of which seven or eight tawny mustaches have been already twined. You can refuse, however, by stating that you promised a dying mother anybody's dying mother will do that you would not tako anything in the way of liquor; also that you have just taken a largo drink. One also encounters tho local fanner everywhere, hard of hand, faded of beard and proud to know the "guard." Yesterday a middlo aged fanner sat across the aisle from mo in tho smoking car. Ho was dressed up when he left home, but no porter had brushed tho nap from his clothes and no comb or brush had dallied with his locks. Even the wailing wind outsido was sobbing le-cause it had failed to blow through tho jungles of his whiskers. By and by an old acquaintance came in aud was welcomed as a friend is welcomed always by ono who has been alone "on tho cars" for a fortnight or so. "How are you, Henry?" said the traveler. "I'm glad to run acrost yo, I " "now ARK YOU. HENRYT Farther away one begins to find in WORLD'S FAIR d ' I Did yon ever notice, Heaiy, how even the devil, if he's a married man, would mako his wifo believe that ho was led into his pres ent business by bad, designing men? I'll bet ho docs just that way, nnd his wifo pays to him: 'Sate, you aro too popular. Everybody lilies you, and you hato to refuse 'em, and by and by yon step asido from tho path of rectitude.' "Arthur could crochet, too, nnd he would spring up and help mother peel pertaters whilst I set thero all beat out with hard work. I felt kind of foolish about it first, but after awhile I said, '1 am supporting mother, nnd it don't give mo time to fondlo her so much ns I'd liko,' and 1 would feel bitter then towards some-thior 'nother that mado mo have to pull weeds nnd haul refuse from the barn all day till I was most dead and then set round at night so tired that 1 was likoa big unsavory beast, with hard, crooked paws on mo and hair like r badger. "I'd snoozo in spito of myself, whilst mother (1 always called her mother nftcr Sid was bom, but sho just only crowdin 40 when she went wiih tho hired mnn)setnnd sewed a blue woodpeckr-ont- o a felt tidy whilo Arthur read one of E. P. Roe's works out loud. "Arthur used to bo quite a youmoriirt, too, nnd asked mother when sho worked on that job whether sho 'felt tidy,' and mother would laugh, aud I never got onto tho joko till yesterday on tho cars Travclin seems to brighten up a man, 1 think, sometimes." "Well, did you over find her?" "Well, I tell you how it wns. I got all worn out nnd givo it up when I got to Kansas City, and thought I'd go to n show ono night and try to forget about my trouble. I had mother's shawl along with mo always over my arm, for I know sho left in such a hurry that she couldn't provido herself nnd might need it if she wns out much uights. "Arthur took all of his clozo with him and $00 that l' wns to get another team with, but thnt's neither here nor there. I don't kuow whero it is, but I don't mother know Arthur took it. "Well, tho chow wns a vaudoville, with what they call speshelties thrown in it. Ono man was down for n sort of ackobattic thing that was claimed to bo tho most difficult nnd dangerous thing that was ever attempted to bo done by man or beast. Well, it turned out to bo sort of a midair jump from ono of those hero trapezers to another one, nnd I seen in two becouds that tho feller was my hired man. Ho chalked his hands and razzntned his moggnsins, nnd away ho went up n ropo and hung thero likoa cat that's leon treed bv a dog. Ho hopiied around thero and swung away out over tho audience. He was drc&r 1 in sort of tights, and ono of the us'h rs sort of laughed nnd said tho feller ' .id on an extra tight, ho thought. 'MyQod.'Kiys I, 'will theciiHs do such things as that with a jag on him and scarcely anything cLmi?' "Jest then tho drum givo a big thump liko a blast in a deep well, and tho fellow made a long jump, and before I could holler 'Whoa' ho lit in tho aisle as near as mo nnd you is. Tho blood squirted out of his nose, and 1 heard his neck crack, and tho doctor that looked nt him 6ez, sez 'e: " 'Take him to his home; ho is dead,' sez 'e. 'Ho has no home,' sez tho stage manager. 'Here, Maud.' ho sez. 'where shall we send him to? " 'It's nono of Maud's business where ho goes to.' Fez nuother girl with tar on iier eyelashers and a coat of pink whitewash on her as fur ns tho eye could reach. Her nnmo was Little Flossy, they sod. 'Wo'vo been married twice, him nnd me.' she sed nnd throwed her gum in tho other girl's face. Maud hit her over the cyo with a Roman stab knife that scalped Flo.-s- nnd left her in her own hair, which hurt her feelin's worse'n of sho had had her head cut off. "Well, they fought over tho matter, Arthur's two widders did, till they had to bo sent to the courthouso in their mackintoshes. "Then I saw mother had been watchin tho wholo business, and bIio looked broke down aud shamed. She give a scart look at tho remains and shivered as you would to see a murderer mussed up by a wabbly gallus. "It don't seem liko 1 ever saw anything sadder or humbler than mother. Sho leaned down in her opry seat and prayed prayed for herself, mind ye. She never had to do that before. Sho didn't need it n Into evil ways by bad men. gay as she used to bo, but she has added to her general knowledge. "Sho wouldn't leavo go of my hand after that till sho went up to Marthn Ellen's, and then sho patted me on the shoulder and then kept tho window up till everybody in the car swore, nnd wc parted as wo used to when both of us wna young ieople. "But you'd ort of seen her climb up on my shoulder and cry when 1 sez to h"r that night. 'Hero'H your shawl, mother,' Bez I. ' tfhw YVIfoof Mnnn?i'r &mJ(LC No Koum Tor Itegret. When he raised his eyes from tho bonk ho was rraf'.ng, lie encountered her loving gaze fixed ujion him. In responso to his joyous sniilo fho came, nnd nestling closer to his bosom breathed contentedly on his neck. "I'm so glad" Sho was murmuring softly, ns if to keep tho sweet secret from tho world. "I married yon." no was too deeply affected to speak, and his onl; reply was a fervent kiss imprinted upon tho end of her uom. "I shall never" Sho was looking into his face with n bright, eager glance. "cenioto bless the day I met you." In n transport of bli.s ho folded her again to his 'renst. "When think" She twined her arm about his neck. "how fond L'ido is of you, what would I lie not to rejoice that I married you?' He was yet unable to make any sort cf bu answer. Detroit Tribune. 1 Mrs. Laura A. Palmer, wife of the well known theatrical manager. Is a remarkable cxnmplo of feminine executive ability. The lady is of English birth, bnt came to this country when a tiny child and while some family ties still endeat tho older country to her heart her tastes interests and sentiment? proclaim hei loyalty to American customs nnd Insti tutious. In uddition to her personal nupervision of her homo at tho contor of .Mndison avenue and Sixty-fiftstreet. New York, where four children receive her nffeo- h r.nciitUe Ability. 1'nlinrr Urn Itrtiiark-ulil- o WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Rcmodios. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. FOR 20 YARS EVEI-YWHKIU-- r rnrr4 SOLD -- .. J mnuitpiwi .nuni: to., st. ions. Farmers Bank&Trnst OK U now Co STANFORD.:!. V., lull J crfitnned and rrsdjr lo' busineM with Paid up Capital of Surplus, . $200,000. 000. 'I' to SUCCrSSOH to Til h LINCOLN NATION Al 1IANK OK STANrORD. , . N ltitic up he of Beth rrliMc'n Wonln; le-lie- m, at' M : - ) I v b y fC Vat M A) V "I'll drop in nnd sco tho widder n ute." v min- &JL&S sap j "This'll Prime." 1 n good joko onto old Soth Mm ltmw "Waal, I swan! I must hev ttaid n long tune in there." Electric Spark. HARDENING T iui:a a. i'a! inn. IHKICIOHV tionatoenre. she is an active worker in J. Wllliaim, Ml. Vernon, the charities connected with Holy Trin J, M. lUll.Sunlord; ity church, of which she is a member, n J. S.Owsley, Stanford ; director of tho Hahnemann hospital, thf S J. Kmtry,Stanlotd; Woman's guild, tho Indies' Health ProJ. K. Lynn, Stanford; A, W, Carpeutrr, Mill JksviIIi; tective association, the Littlo Mothers and tho Bluu Anchor societies. Mrs J. K. Cash, Stanford; William Oeoch, Slsnlcid. Kj Palmer al fills tho chair of philanthropy of SoroMB, and her cm dial spirit nnd S, II. SharAs, President J II Oxsley. Ciskiei breezy welcome to new memltcra in tin W. M llilchi, Teller Goethe society, of which her husband is president, has breathed new life Into that NATIONAL BANK intellectual club, which was languishing from Rulfocntini; conservatism. Her lit OF SIA.NfORD. KY crnry gifts aro of nn uncommon onler nnd her facile jH.n lins Uvn employed with signal success in translating and Capital Stock dramatizing plays presented at her litis Surplus band's theaters. To her ability to plan nnd execute, tt Attention of the public is in.ilru lo th fas. HanV Sunforst is drill nnd cummnnd a legion of workers, that thisthe prosislwis National Nstianaliu hank Ait of the Urxler is largely due tho trophy of $175,000 net- dipusitora ate tetuict) r.t "slir by the tapital r liability ll ted by tho Actors' Fund fair to tho trews ttocW, hut liY tc the so that Urpitits l atnutint eipial ti ry of tho nsweintion. Tho latest project this instiluli' n ai secured tv a fund of I,oo,cr. of her busy brain, an idea conceived ,'lve swfin statement of theiomliiK n of the In okl are made each year to the United Stales during the progress of thn fair, is tho and ilsatstts are csananrd at staled titers orgnnir.sl Professional Woman'. t torernwelit agents, thwa trs, tiring it.lililnts depotilwis perfect a In nevolent, protective and phil snThis unlitssfely toorirfiKSily etaMthrd ss tk iiion, nnthropic pociety that is designed tc DsbOtit Itotik of Surloidla list, then regret ol Sunfwid In throw its sheltering arms about girb lied as th National Hani Klrit Nstwnal Harksuit the rl ifim nnd women engaged in professional pur Stanford in liii. has had piaclually an raittcnu-eit years ll Is Utur mpplird suits. Mrs. P.tlmcr wns elected to the now with facilities irrtraniartiiiKkHititietapit'nipl presidency of this organization by iiiinu l and literally than esrr before In its Unj aid cerporatlpns, fiduAccounts le career imous acclamation, and it may bo noted !tirr Cimi and Individualsef respectfully inlic-tr- -l that her executive abilities have liecii ciaries. Hank is composed ol more widely recognized when it is Mated The Directory of that to her was tendered space, with the T.J. Koilcr, efSitiifnnl; Ktirtus,'Rcsd, Lincoln county, charge and control of n dramatic exJ W. II sydrn, Stanford; hibit, at the World's fair, an honor bin 'S llauchman, Lincoln; wns comjK'lled to regretfully declino foi M.J. Miller, Ml. Vtrnet,; want of tune and strength to duvotu to S T llsrris, I.lneolnj so a.st an undertaking J. S. Docker hunfard; (I A. Lackey, Llncvin, Ada Crisp Marsh. -. here lender out man Ihsiiss and Stanford, they -- ill continue to tun.-C- I their Lunmss piumpl attsn-tiewith us. oflnlriK as tusrsnue rsjrtwnce is to sane, nut twenty yei bsnlcmc and as literal ccinumodalioiii .' sir croon, ut with sound banking. 11 Otponlor. sir piot.tirns lullr i.ronciri' u ! dcposilnis 111 N.tiOr.M shtholdtls bcrnc held lmlii!ll? llnnls. its el the smount of thru. stock Iinhlc to !ue thereol, in ilt!ltili thru-it the t.r ll mij Ui mount iiivt.lrd In such shut Imstit, &., s ful.jr i iecuto, tn individu-- l to 'lo those v.r-- ruitusleilthiir hulsn-es- lUnh . while nnsc.il.,' tin Lincoln --- th tnt "mr satir ! huiI umlei nl nun ii lr n ! FIRST 5200,000 20.600 li-- r 1 ' fl lh-n- 'r gnein-ructi- re-co- ItM.-Hi- e. is tiMiitcr-rupte- f tr-i- T P. I UM, Stanford. Inftint'ft f'rlh Srt. The infant's crib set hero illustrated it made of that new aud exquisite- fabric, china linen, which is soft nnd lino as I.S. silk The pillow is about 15 inches wide - OrKll'KKS llocker I'mu'cnl; John J. McRoleits, Csshiet; A A McKinney, Astutanl Cashtrr. W. O. Welch, W .P.Tate, Staalr: Ststlrd INCUBATOR CHICKS. - V,-- -- -- fcODEYS 4 1 Portraits "here's your shawl, mother." 4 "When Gho got up she shivered ag'in, nnd I readied out nnd sez, 'Hero's your ehawl, mother,' sez I. "It seems ho deserted her on the train and got off before they got to Kansas City, and he come in on another train, got somo new clozo and his old job as Dan what's his nnme at the show, and poor mother tried to hunt him up and borry a few dollars of hira to come back, but she never got sight of him till that f evenin. Then sho saw him spatter over the orchestry. "She's gone up to visit Martha Ellen's folks at Lawrence now, nnd I'm goin Poultry. . ISiijn of Nn back to rent the farm to a good feller 1 other Why don't you let tho lioys know, and I'm going to givo mother y with yon? more attention after this. Seems odd to itllo Ethel Wo isn't playin circus, soma foll:9. of course, but I'm different n intellectual gnuio. Uood News. from sumo folks. She won't over be so ' him-sel(.Thc--- belli 1'riiln mi Uiitlmrlj- f.rutn I'luler tlm I'Iiiiii Trcr. My liko many others, with incubator hatching has been that a good many littlo chicks find their way to a homo iu the bo.som of mother earth, aud I am led to believe tho largest jwr cent died from no fault but my own. 1 had Immmi in tho habit of removing tho chicks when '.'I or w'O hours old to tho brooder aud always lost a greater or les s uuiuIkt from home reason or other. I now think a large iier cent of tho loss of chicks comes from their being put in the brooders when tender and weak. A gardener never transplants tender vegetables or plants from a cold frame or hot bed till they aro "hardened off," and why should a chicken be transplanted until he is "hardened off?" This season, contrary to all rules of incubator hatching, 1 luuo used no moisture during the whole hatch, and kept tho incubator closed nearly tight. In tho bottom of too incubator I have a lot of clean, sharp sand spread out Hat, coverOn this ing up tho piie.s entirely. place the chicles as soon ns they aro dry and on their feet, and tho first thing they get is some of tho aforesaid Hand. When they are 18 hours old, they get their first feed of Indian meal wet up with water, moist, but not sloppy. Thus far tho incubator has been kept closed with tho exception of the outer door. After another 12 hours I givo thorn more ventilation by owning ono of the inner doors a little, and tho next day tho doors aro opened wide and aro kept up level to form a shelf. Around this I place a fencn of boards 8 or 10 inches high and placo mi old coat on the incubator, letting it hang down in i'ront tc within two inches of tho shelf this keeps tho heat in tho incubator, making it n nico brooder. In about threo days tlio chicks aro strong nnd lively, and begin :o jump over tho board. They nro now "hardened off" and goto tho brooders and thrive wonderfully. Now, I think this is tho vital point tc insure success. Start a chicken right and then push him. I know incubator makers say, "Never feed tho chicks in tho incubator," nnd tho incubator loses threo or four days acting as a brooder, but it is n good deal of satisfaction to put out a good hatch of chicks and have them live und grow and not find their way to nn early grave under tho plum trees or currant bushes. C. II. Latham in Farm 1 exiK-rience- l(ii'i , GOOD PAY! FOR GOOD WORK ! ! For THK PILLOW. I Ladit-- s or Gentlemen and 20 long and is stuffed with eider down. The edge in daintily finished with a full frill of silk lace. The designs According to rcrtilts nccompliHhecl : worked ujKin the pillow arc close wreath in addition to n liieriil coinuiissioii of of forgetnienotK, tied with loops of very! narrow blue riblxm. Tho flowers twenty per rent. in two shades of filo (loss in satin Also ttitch, and the ribbon in blue filo floss in ' long bnttonholo stitch. short and The cover is about H.r, by 45, and the GUESS PREMIUMS top is turned over nlxiut five inches to FOR SUBSCRIBER?, form n sham. This shsin is edged with arc-don- e $5 to $500 Cask! I No Impossibilities or rnccrlnin- tics- - Every thing Fair, Honor- 1 able, Plain and Positive. Fee programme in ilie tf,:w? v- - hi ji Weekly Enquirer of our Fourth Annual Contest nmong Agents for largest club?. Agency for the Wrxxi.Y KNqnm:!: is iqiroli tabic Imfinc?. It is the bet school in the world to prepare ono for a husincf-. 3Aii THK COVI'.R. public, a stcppiiig-ston- o co:iti:r( with ti:t. to Ihimiicm silk laco frilled on to correspond with tho pillow. Tho design on tho cover is worked iu tho same manner as tho pillow. liialiiicatioti and future prosjicrity. Wc want good Agcntu to solicit for subscriptions. Tho itiduccmcntfl nro India silk, china silk or even some more extra good. inexpensive material would make a very pretty crib sot if mado in this way. ENQUIRER COMPANY, Gkrtrudb Willltt CINCINNATI, O. time in tho history of tho country women hnvo this winter received complimentary votes for United States senator. Two women have had this honor. When North Dakota was balloting for United States senator, Mrs. M. L. McConnack, wifo of ono tho Democratic stato received t0 Deinocratio and Populist votes. In Wyoming tho legislature o gavo Mrs. Mary E. Bartlett of 7 votes for senator. ppna-tors, Wuiuvii its Srmntorlisl Cumllilntra. It is a significant fact that for the first Choy-eun- worth of lovely mtisie lor forty mi paiiiis, iuii sue, t UlUSIO UI LI1U IIV.I. IIlUBb IHJU ti.i.rii,,i mnnrkllnir ami vocal Instrumental! t pieces, nil KUileii up In the most olttuant man-- : . t lllcuiailiK iur inrvu ' .11 Paderewskl t lutfri. it.i iiihiii.li Aiiuiiit l'KLii. biiu airs. 1)1011 iioucicuiiii, 1110 poiiiiisroBnij. jsu. NKW VOItK MUSICAL i;ciiO, nroaawar'iliuiitro liuiioing. n. 1. nt-s- . ;ia aa IsflVsW ftliullf V 1 SllMt-- i".i 4C8mO-Q?XKaK83"Dta- "i tjfjtt ,A ,VJ rt - v " m4 M ATRIHONIAL MATTERS. Fou Rent. Timothy need, ml top seed, oata nnd Desirable property on Lincoln County is the best County in the State; Hustonville, Ky., is Interior Journal millet nt W. H. Wmi-oi- i A Co 'a. Danville rtreet. For tertnp, Sic, npply Crtldwell, of Lebanon, who the best town; to Dr. or Mra. J. It. Owsley. used lo do some courting In this section, J. M. Sinoi.D )iim buutit of Jonn W. Mary was married Tuesday 10 Mis Thk flrBttwo days ol spring wore mod- Hollenback, also of Lebanon. Makcii o, 1R9.3 Watson his Iioiho nnd 3 ncro lot on Stahkohd, Kv els of beauty, but such weather will not Whitley Avontiofnr $S0O. Altera happy married life of 52 permit us to hecomo gloomy bv having years, tho Rev. a. G. Btirney and wife , The Intkihoii Journal la ofnRoto day. too much of It. It's going to rain again. of Lebanon, Tenn., died within 21 hours WALTON. W. of each other of pneumonia. . The first Ibsiio wns jirlntt'd '21 years no, The best and cheapest man in the county. Mr. W. 11. McRobertB has received Mr. Nathan Fi:i,d, a Cincinnati merwas born (7) eliortlynftcritspri'pontoditor PERSONAL POINTS. an invitation to the muriage on the 14th I have come to this town (Hustonville) and opened this day with a chant, ia opening upnt Hustonvillon full of Mifs Lucy Brown Talbott, daughter of Mn. A. J. Fhh, of Mt. Vernon, win Hufk I)ui)i)i:itAit 8)M to Mra. Cerena lino of clothing, gents' furnishing goods, Mrs. Fannie B Taibott, of Carlisle, to full line of here Tneaday. Waru a tot in his addition nt Rowland boots, shoes, tinware, kc , which liu is Mr. F.S. Allen. TheTalbotts formerly Mm. IS. F. Rout is visiting relutlvcBin for 1100. She will begin at once tho going to eell cheaper than waa over resided here. J. L Dever. of Casey county, who Garrard county. heard of in thoso parts. See his jid. on was mail messenger on the K. C. till he building of a nice cottngo. Jamkis U. Ukntiiy, Ih very nick with an this page. got into some trouble with tho governSbvuiianck Son havo had tho base ment over a registered letter, eloped to attack of tlio shingles. store-rooDr. W. M. Doork, tho fitted up for a Louisville with a neighborhood girl Mian Jk.nnik McKinnky Is tho ueat of inent of their display of their carpet stock, which is physician, tells us that during tho last 14 Tuesdny nnd wns married. An uncle of Mis Anniu Mclvinnoy. &c. yearn thero havo been only two demo- tho bride chased the runaway pair to Mn. J. 8. Hl'oiiks has none to Cincin very largo and complete. pulled a pistol on Mr. i crats in that institution and during that tho depot andlie waa getting on the train nati to buy spring nooils. Dover jtiet as Thk firm of Higgius St Vuu Arsdalo is J. H. NUNNKLLKY la lltTO to BOO Ills moving itH stock of goods from tho storo timo thero lias never beenaa Confederate but failed to fdioot. Confederate Boldicrora member of inothor who Ih Improving. opposite tho Collby House to tho hand- family thero. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Hhepi'AIH), of Montlcello, some store in the Opera House block. Mil Ihaac Kid. W. A. Gibson will preach at tho Ih the guest of Judge Saufluy. Mn. P. Mowkll, the owner of tho Turueisvillu Churcu at 11 a. m. Sunday. F. S.Tuttlk, of Junction City, has "Aunt" Amanda Cokfky, ol Montkel Woolen Mill property, writes to Mr. A Rev. W. K.Arnold, who baa been bought of T. C. Prewltt tho Goio Hotel lo, Ih TiflttitiK Mm. Dr. 0. A. Cor. 0. Sine that ho will be hero in a few on the aick hat for a few days, is out is at that place for $2,750. Mr. Tuttlo will Miw. Josib l'nii'i:, of Klclunond, days with a man who intends to buy again and expects to bo iu his pulpit refit tho property and move into it. Ad and run it if lie can get the Sunday as usual. visiting- her aunt, Mm. 0. J. Bulloy. Thero ia one man who did not profit Kdmibton, of Crab Orch vocato. Mm. Wai,tkk of our citizens. Wo nro Bttre this will by Sam Jones' preaching. Ben Wataou I have some Bargains to show you. I am running ard. is B.lesludy in tho Loutavillo store. Miss Gr.onoiA Lkwis, one of tho most bo given him nnd that he will feel en went to Morgautleld to near him, then Mrs. John ISku. Giusoh and chlldron accomplished teachers in the county, will couraged to put tho machinery in early got drunk ami fell acrota tho railroad track and was run over and killed. went to WilUamsburit yesterday to visit begin a subscription school at Mt. Xenia operation. Aa variety la tho spice of nowapa-perMm, Curd. Monday next, Oth. She is so well known aa well a of life, we give a sermon Saunders Gets Two Years for the Murder Mm. A. Hays left Wednesday for a in that neighborhood that the simple an. on our first page delivered Inst Suuday In Kentucky and one WHOLESALE STORE in Cincinnati, Ohio. or Egbert. visit to frlendH In Winchester, buforu go- uouncemeul of her intentions ought to ut Hustonville by good Jlro. Williams, Now, as I buy in quantities I am able to sell you goods Thk second day of circuit court wsb of tho Christian church. Tho Presbyteing to tawroncoburi; to live. insure her a full school. devoted exclusively to Commonwealth rians, Methodists and other pedobap-tist- a Mifia Maky Alcohn went to Somerset '' will not agree with hia conclusions HuwAm: of tho man who cornea in in business, after the selection of the petit yesterday to vllt her Krniul parents, on baptism any more than tho Baptibta an apparent hurry and when asked to jurii-- waa comjiletod, as follows; J ml go and Mrs. J. S. Kindrlck. will on his open communion doctrine, Dr. S. G. ilocker, B. W. Gaines, J. 'A. but they will tind it good reading, all the MinjOkktuudk HowAim is reported take ii seat kivs. "I must be going. You and I never trespass on the Spoona.nore, Thomas Napier, B. F. Pow- same, and wo commend ita perusal. lo be Among the latest victims of tho are busy Else in the country, GIVE ME A TRIAL. I can Save you Money. Kid. K. J. Willie, pastor ot tlieUina-tiaof a busy man." Ho is going to ell, II. M. Johnson, J. B. Myers, J. M. time prevailing epidemic of chicken pox. Church at Turnersville, has resigned well resign Hill, B. F. Hnyden, R. II. Cooper, LuXT. Mm. S. A. Hutchison and family havo stay all day, so you had as and accepted a call to lniisvillo by the ther Underwood, C. F. Kppcrsou, J. Parkland Church. He baa labored with yourself to tho inevitable. Kioved to Lexington. Her hjd, Capt. S, Bosloy, P. C. Robinson, G. M. Givena, ua two yeareand was unanimously called W. K. Hutchison, of the 0. S., ifl here Old Bali., tho 15 year old family horee J. J. McKinney, Win. Bastin, J. T. Hob for a third. Disappointment in adapting a cue for killing befoncing this week to testify in to Mrs. T. W. Miller, waa left dam, David Newland, A. G. Fastland, II. other work to this, Influenced him to acv tttle. standing on the street Tuesday. Ho be- J. Darat, John Bright, J. A. Chappell cept tho larger field. Advantages of the Mm. KoiikiitO. Foitn.of Indon, who came heightened at something, nobody city, lecture courses, "Association of and F. M. Vowell. Preachers," access to a large librniy, and was Mies KmiiiA Garrard, attended the knows what, and took nut down Main The first enso tried was that of Cicero a handsome salary, are inducements not liii. linn nt Ceort'otown and the Timea street. He turned tho corner at tho Siuglntou for carrying a deadly weapon to be overlooked by n young man. i'ow Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in wiyn wore an electric blue hilk, with Christian Church at a Nancy Hanks gait, receive such honors In concealed. Ho was not present, but the college students of white, luce. their ministry, and breaking tho shaft and other parta of jury fined him $2o and gavo him 10 days the second year we rejoice "in his promotion. But wo Gkoiu.k Mi Uohkrts has given up his the buggy. all the same. Sam Hays, for maliciousfeel that no one can fill his place in our ' DOHltioiiASKaleHinnnin Mr A A. Warren' M. D. Hiihim, of lui'castbr, ly cutting George Owsley, another ne- church. Ita unity, strength and active rtoru nnd la learning the drug buhinifflj Jrix.i: gro, was given u year In tho penitentia-rp- . woik are euthciunt proof of Ins success May he gain tl.r hearta of hi people, in A. U. 1'onnv'H. Truest Warreu will has sent a correct bolutiou of Mr. John A number of cases were continued, Wright's puzzle, but siivh lie can keep build up his spiritually and reap a ricli ilerk for bis father. others dismissed and some filed away. harvest of souls, in his now field of Mr. am Mm. It. II. Danks loft Tues- the whiskers, "As I have a wife and Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles' and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, K. Fight against Sherwood Coylo and ten labor, as ho hna done in tho Turners-villday night for tho lvst and wbllo gone three children with red h.iir." Mr. church. '"A life of honor and of Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows Liberty, also aunweis correctly against G. A. Adams, for violation of tho worth baa no eternity on earth." will attend tho inauguration and visit Tarrant, weropet for trial Tho Member. and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat Mr. W. S. Hurch and hko Shylock, demamU tho article liquor laws, relatives in linltimore. cases against F. L. Cliilord were contin Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Buggy and Wagon is running his jewelry store in hia ab- stipulated in tho oiler, and requires that CRAB ORCHARD. ued. Georgo W. Kvaua was excused for wo pay the exprefisago. Harness, Saddles, Fields, Baled Hay, &c. sence. cause from further servico as grand juMr. J. Sliinbergen ia tho proud fathNancy Kki.i.uv, of Clay Centre, Mm. Ai.uikd Jewii r, a negro claiming to ror and (5. A. Rild was substituted. er of ii boy, who arrived FriKiks , in remitting for her paper, saya bu from Harrodahurg was placed in jail Charles Biker waa tried for unlawfully, day night, Feb. 24. Kolley, is that her husband, Mr. Higgins The W. C. T. U convention nt here Tuesday by Marshall Martin of detaining his pretty coubin, Miss Dolly recovering from a sovero attnek of imeti-- 5 Rowland. Jewitt was making mi wns n proi mined success and Haley. Tho testimony waa rather of n greatly enjoyed by the delegates. monin, which at one time threatened to waa salacious nature, bill tho proof was not wjh Margaret MepueiiJon, of this place, exposure, unil when arretted .Mrs. kill him. found to havo a "pop" on his person. sulliciently strong to convince the entire was chosen treasurer. .i1 CouW. G. Wuuii started to Wash Ho was tried for carrying concealed jury that thero was criminal intent, so it Tliievps forced an entrance to the weight of I'lBton Wednesday to lend tho kitchen of John Buchanan, went into weapons and given 10 days in jail and hung. As we have had such unbounded success in our his cellar, drew ofi two buckets of molasl..s prewncu to the buccewiful iiiuugtira .'." but for some renson Judge Chappell Mack Fcrrell for carrying concealed ses, took all the cooked victuals, Ac, democratic president, from t on of ii postponed the trial for hia indecent ac- weapoim waa lineil $50 and giyen a sen- leaving behind an old Back, which the Shoe Sale, we will continue it yet a little longer. whom ho is expecting a pretty big sized tions. tence of 'JO days. Ho was not present, owner can get by proving same to bo tils getting quite comico of government pie. Will also offer a lot of sample Shoes just being reowing to a misunderstanding, and will property. Thefts are MiDDi.b6iK)R0 again hegincth to boom. mon lately; coops and hen houses aro UBMn J. W. I'vHitorT, and boh, Ira, of get a new hearing. J. II, Minks visited ami it is nothing unusual to tind try to K. F. JONES & SON. ceived. lort Smith, Indian Territory are visiting The Watts Iron Foundry is turning out was acquitted for selling liqror unlaw- l or 7 heads of chickens left to remind sister, Mis. I'eter Hampton. l.K) tons of pig iron a day, the furniture the former's fully. Tho grand jury returned indict- their owners of the work 6pcnt to raise It will bo remembered that several years factory has an output of K0 suites a ments against F.d Brown and Robert them. ,jkS, a o Mr. l'arrott, In ft dillictilty shot and week, employing (m men and a shoe fac ' .Smith tory with a capacity of 1,000 pairs a day Hansfoul for house breakiug, J. A. Lee killed a father and boh In Fort :;kw advertisements. hung. Mr. wants to locate there. Keep your eye fir carrying concealed weapons and Ja8. and was sentenced to be Martin for grand larceny. Tho jury failCleveland pardoning him just live days on tho Magic City. She is awaking fiom ed to indict Iko Logan for attempted before the day set for tho hanging. her Rip Vanwinkliansleepnnd preparing m. rnco lor meat stealing rape ami A. C. SINE J. X. MENEFEH to get thero with more expediiiousneaa and they were discharged from jail. I ha e built anil lUtcO up a now and handson.e CITY AND VICINITY. th ah Kli over dreamed of. new scenery, no ROWLAND, The case of W. T. Saundera for the (ill.ry at .mil inilrumenti uiMmgnorthing pcrtaiu-liiand tettarics, Mua. SrivKiw, tho lxuivino woman, murder of Judge Fgbert at Crab Orchv Ciallcrj. With many far' a rirl-C- i to Nkw ORkBcod potatoes at Higgins orL .it luiv m ciubled to rto norlcnce who practiced such llendish crublty on ii ard, waa called Tuesday afternoon, and pricci Cabinet Fhotoi timtliodamidthe utcst and in anAradale's. Imt style al Si 50 per dorm Cards $1 doen; Dipoor little servant girl, was lined both sides announcing ready, an eflort amond 75c doen. Thnl-inthe public for past Si hk Cl inc. Rheumatic ring at Dauks, and sentenced to jail for four months. to get a jury began. Judge Saulley ap- farots, am respectfully, , FRANK COltniEK. Her husband, Dr. Stivers, who waa in- pointed P. M. McRoberts.lCaq , commonthe Jewoler'a. Get one. dicted for permitting the woman to wealth's attorney pro tern, owing to the BoAiiDCiis wanted by tho day or week, abuse the child, waa discharged, as it fact that Mr. J. S. Owsley, Jr., was of jr transient. Mm, T. M. White. waa ahow ii that ho ia much tho weaker counsel for tho defenBO. Tho petit juI'atchen aiV, Dark to rent on ground lioor. vessel iu his house, where tiu terma- rors were examined and all tho byA Nh k Roou Jeb tuart, s'neof Kittv a - .'' and 30, U a black hor iie gant and virago reigned supreme. Mm. standers as to their qualifications for Call at this oflice. Priyate entrance. hanilt hlh, irl by Mumbilno I'atchen, (S) Httlo headway waa formerly tho wifo of a relaStivers in tho cae, and but r.Til (Mm us ran, nam ui iouic ran 2 jo4, J lUacL and Our facilities for giving the greatest values for the least outlay, are a Fou Rknt. The house in which tive of n lady of this place, whom alio al- being made, tho sheriff waa ordered to Idy Stout un19,aid three Diamond daughter. live Ily producing oducinc 1'. V. Nimnel- l uk Time, ad dam Cora, by Daniel Webster unsurpassed. live. Terms reasonable. so led a merry dance. summon 73 men from parts of tho counIn color, iie. itvle, finish and especially in hia ty remote from Crab Orchard. Out of Ices and feet he is the counterpart ot tne ouiI horo at With commendable eflort to keep our and liki his sire, he imparts his superb linlth ti LAMiHi.TH'sand Ferry's garden Heed people amused and instructed, Rev. W. these tho jury was easily obtained nnd Ins colls. completed, as Jeb Stuart i a full brother to Mamliino Time, Warby noon tho panel waa in bulk and packogo at A. A. hat. are considered. i the cre.ltest bnxid marc K. Kllis has secured Mr. Frederick 1). follows Win. Burtcn, J. B. Myers, Mil sire yet before tho public, his daughters haxinc ren's. Iosey, an eminent character reader and ford Cox, W. R. Meeks, C. C. Snow, C. already produced 15 Irom t io;- 10 a ay'4 anu tne oldest out omht years old. Fou Rknt. The Capt. Gaines Craig Impersonator, for an entertainment at Brown, W. II. Dobbins, W. M. Smith, Jeb Muart will make tho season of tj3 al Dix lot on Upper Main street, Walton's Opera House next Tuesday Sam M. Spoonatnore, J. W. Bailey, B. G. Kl.er, Mill, miles north of buiilid, on bouse anil " night, 7th. This ia outside of the regup. M. McRoberts. kmo nml.G. II. Hughes. Tho commonlar lecture course and tickts to it aro be- wealth rested in chief at 4 o'clock, when At $30 to Insure a Living Colt. We desire to call the attention of gardeners and farmers to our large Wx havo lilted up an elegant room for ing sold by tho young ladies nt 50 cents. or bred colt come and splendidly assorted line of court adjourned till yesterday at 0 a. m., to Money due whenKor further or mure sold addres inlormation another hutse. e.irpots in the ban uieiitof ourtore and Mr. Losey is said to possess wonderful when Mr. Saunders wns put upon the .V HKO., S. K. Dl'DDEKAIJ invito you to como nd seu tho largest mimic powersand facial expression as well (illLerts Creek, Ky a stand. His testimony was about tho best stock ever shown here. Sever-- as remarkable dramatic and elocutionaand issues ot this mine as civen in nreviom nre it Son. ry abilities. The lectuiocommittoo hopes paper. Iu fact, thero is no material difIn both bulk and package. had several barrels of to save itself from loss on tho course by ference iu tho cue as presented this Mr.. F. Rkid night. this extra entertainment. So far tiio ex term over tho two other trials of it, in irn stolen from his barn Monday McKINNKV, KV who has penses have about equalled tho receipts. which theie were liiitig juries. Miller Broaddus, a colored man was You can help a good cause as well as enI tiae ''ought Tho interest in tho case seems to have Kinney and have above mentioned Hotel at Mcbeen in Mr. Reid's employ for years, attached a In jail yesterday and joy a pleasant evening by attainting this died entirely out, but few peoplo being arrested and placed guilty entertainment. Bar and Pool Econ. At the lowest possible prices. Garden Implements of all kinds on piesent to hear the testimony or tho ar- First-Clas- s from what wo can gather ho is tho hands and at very low prices. Tho defense concluded its Have repaired and refurnished the Hotel and party. The trial is set for una morning Thk No;8 Family, who can niaku mu- guments. than cer at 10 o'clock. sic out of stones, if they are not nblo to proof at II yeatorday and the speeches atu Better '2 hours Prepared to Accommodate the engaged to discover God in everything, gave ono of began. Kach side was given 1'noi. IkniANAN baa been wero Public. iu tho their unique performances at Walton's ami speeches for tho prosecution teach the band hero two nights unil.. he Messrs. Hansford Warren nnd -- pwial..ttention His Opera Houso . Monday night, and was toCnmiuerci.il Men Owsweek, Mondays and Thurtdays. V OKI N, apparently greatly enjoyed. "A Quick McRoberta nnd for tho defense by nights will be devoted to tho ." o'clock other Bradley nnd at JOE ARSON, Manager. bands. When ho Match," which serves to introduce tho ley, Miller nnd and Uucaster tho jury. good whack, it numerous specialties of tho gifted fami- the case was given to gets tho Stanford band in After a half an hour's consideration ly, ia quite an amusing farce, which wns a big concert, in Dealer In- w tho purpose to give such a manner as to show tho jury loturned a verdict for two years will oo aasiated by a" dozen ot presented in which it that they could act as well as get music in tho penitentiary. in town. the best lady musicians Judgo Sautley is gratifying his friends out of everything, from a . Miss and disappointing hia enemiea in tho Pretty our clothing donkey to u Wk have just added to excellent manner in which ho conducts ono of the handsomest lines Bertha is periiaps tho most versatile of And department Ho is quick and ready in hia from ono of tho tho yonng ladies. Sim played on sever- hia court. m of saiuplo cassimeres and his dispatch of business is iiTiii tho country, al instruments nt one time, Rang a cou- decisions most fashionable tailors iu An order, which prohibita Mr fine trottins stallion, Nalioth, will male a you in our clothing ple of songs quite sweetly, gavo a remarkable nd if we fail to suit graceful exhibition of tho skirt dance and all persons but lawyers, litigants, jurora short seasonal Mr J K liaugbmaii's,!!! theWest department wo will take your meaburo did some good acting besides. The coin, and olliceis from occupying tho rostrum, l'.ml ot Lincoln, to order at very and havo your ault made prevents confusion and gives tho courtAt tho cost of a ready made pnny is a most excellent one and obhttlo more than tho liberal patrouagi it receives room an air of dignity not otherwise Ills Mrvico is limited to n selert mares goods. these M. S. IMUUHMAN. ,nX suit. Como and examine tainable. everywhere. Semi-Weekly . 1. . m m t Clothing, Ms' Furnishing Goods, poor-hoiiB- Boots, Shoes, Hats, Also a Full Line of Tinware. hi - COME ONE COME ALL. Three : Big : s, Stores Cheaper Than Anybody FEUD, Hustonvillo, 3y. B. la WM1AM E3N9 Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, e to-da- y. le ent i. 1TEW GAIiL:EBfZ 1 S $'-- 00 I & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors The of Stanford Lumber Yard, JEB STUART, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. -Out-t'rui- ju-ro- ra s ij-- ( 1 1 : 11 ), 1 We Carry Full Lino of Builders' Supplies. Dud-dera- r's BEAD THISo (Gtaviujidtim 1 mssm '9 Commercial Hotel, Genuine N. Y. Early Rose Seed Irish Potatoes, FARRIS & HARDIN. Hub-lonvill- o 1 1 C NABOTIBTo" B''ifr?- ' raw-bone- d churn-dasher- ZIIIVLnVLlEIR, Faney Groceries, Fruits -- R Confeetioneries. , $40 to Insure. Baker's Bread Always on Hand. HnghPRTate. A l - 1.T f. 9 k V. ur i I 1 IIOMAS YEA'iER, JAMKS VKAGER. Somothlng to Romombor, ' -- . If you're a weak or ailm? woman that thrrc' 's (The follow Inir beaullllll lines were sent by a only one medicine so sure to help you that it can ( It's Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- - ! Crmes tn you ever v other day lu the yrir dear friend of the long ai;o, who has herself tasted bo guaranteed scription. In building up overworked, feeble, lot only SU Thocheariett and be.t paper of Ihe bitter waters. F.d) , FED AND SALS STABLE, or delicate women, or In any "female complaint c srets it thtio mouths in Kentucks ubllahod Evory Tuesday and Friday "She is dead," they said to him" come away; weaknes, if it ever fails to benefit or cure, jou Address Tjiit AnlOi ATS., Danville, Ky AT lose is clay I" invigorating, reKits her and leave her-t- hy hae your money back. It'san strengthing nerSTANFORD, KY. ADVANC1S They smoothed her trees of dark brown liatr; storative tonic, a soothing and vine and n safe nnd certain remedy tor woman's Ct of stone they laid it fair; ills and ailments. It regulates and promotes all not so paid 33.60 will be charge d."tW On her much Os er her es ei that gated too the proper functions, improves digestion, enrlili-c- s We are in our new stable in the Opera House the blood, dope's aches and pains and restores lilock and are well supplied with They drew the lids v. 1th a gentle touch ; For the painless extraction nf truth nuil other health and strength. Nothing else can be ns With a tender touch they closed up well, cheap. With this, you pay only for the good you minor surgery. I hate toted its virtue sul1i lent-l- y K. C. LOCAL TIME CARO. to know lips that had secrets' to tell; get. The tweet, thin NEW RIGS AND HORSES R.U MORGAN, D I) S. About her bros and beautiful face Mr. C. F.Dayls, editor of the llloomfirld Iowa, Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m , returning They tied her veil and her marriage lace, Have been purchased and nothing but fint-cUI can recommend Chamberlain's Farmer says: 5:20 p. pi. Cough Remedy to all sufferers with colds and turnouts will leave Ihe stable. And drew on htr while feet her white ilk shoes croup. I have used it in my family for the past L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Which were the whitest no eye could choose two years and have found it the best I eserused Houso 0 8 Acro3 of Land. And over her bosom they crossed her hand.. far the purposes for which It is Intended." 50c Vtt?fLl7'3VssWsssBHkn 37 bottles for sale by W. II. McKobcrts, DrugcTst, ll train going North ..17P "Come away," they said, "God understands." I wUl re 111 nrivitetv mv Ilnna. -aitt.t I satnnt. ... HMjMWtlH.l Stanlord, Ky. " " soutn U3Pi C4lirA.,lM. niv silence, and nothing there-Bu- t s there ninwiuuii vriiviiie tkn I'otiinit nvrn -- . anress train " South it Jipm And silence,was scents of eglantere, March itt MRS FANNIi: Dl'N.N, and North.. - ., siBSSjpssSfsssjsss;ssr.iirswt itxMf ' n-- Stanlord, Ky. ,. ....., .7 to L ocal Freight North. .,.., And jasmine and roses and rosemary; South. SSeP1" And they said. "As a lady should lie lies she," The latter tratm also carry passengers they held their breath till they left the room 1 offer at private sale all of the The above is calculated on standard time. SoUr And shudder, to glance at its stillness and When Baby was Rick, wv gave her Cnstorla. teal and personal With a , m is about so minutes Taster property now under my contiol, consisting of a When she was n. Child, she cried for Caitoria. gloom. (elected ucii MiJmirv.',,V""0.f iht ,0,, lines ol QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. When she. became Miss, sho clung to Castor!. Hut he who loved her too well to dread everhandle.1 in Stsaf..rd, with an rjrcMl y eo the want.oflhis 1 he s eet, the stately, the beautiful dead, Stock of General When she had Children, she Castorta, trade. .Miss Noru Welch, of Cincinnati, an , Trains pass Junction City as follows: He lit his lamp and took the Ley llenced trimmer, Is with me this season and I No. i, Limited, 12:35 p. m.; No. In my store room in the town of Crab Orchard, guarantee everything to bo In the latest and won And turned it alone again he and she, Special, arrives S 40 p. m. No. 5, , also the apptoved ashlon fhe ladles are invited In call lie and she ; but she would Dot speak, and examine my goods, which I wilt lake pleas-m- e & C. Special, ii:a; a. m ; No. 7, Fast Mail, arQ. Though he kissed in tho old place the quiet cheek. in showing. rives 11:40 p. m , leaves 2:05 p. m. Urick Store-Hous- e I Occupy and lie and she; yet she would not smile 6) MISS UCCli: IIEAZLRY. Buoklln'a Arnica Salve. Dealer in the above. North-b- o ui d No., Q.A: C. Special, 3:10 p. m. Ihough he called her the nameshe loved erstwhile. The best ssheln the world tor cuts, bruises the Farm Xo. ideaycs at 6 a. in. ; No. 6, Limited, 3:15 a in He and she ; still she did not move sores, tetter, chapsores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever Orders for Cattle, Sheep Hogs ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup No. S, Express, ntrivrs ia:oi p. m., leaves 1.15 p. To any one passionate whisper of lose. Upon which I now reside, knovn as the Graham Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. tians and positivelv cures piles, or no pay requirtn. Then he said, "Cold lips and breasts without ed. It is guaranteed to givv perfect satisfaction Elace, about K mile from Crab Orchard on the Persons having any of thn above described stock ROWLAND, KV Crab Orchard or money retunied. Price aj cents per bos. about 100 acres. This is all turnmke. conlainlnr for sale or wishing to purchase same, will do well DEALER IN CROCERIES, breath, desirable property to call on or address me An esperience of fifteen HARDWARE, For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. and will be sold at a bargain. Possession civen ycais In this business has been of profit to me and Is there no voice, no language of death ? IkKits and Shoes, Cigars and m Ohl immedlatelv. All persons I have claims against i think I can make It profitable both to the buyer IMm rSilt for sale by the barrrl. Tobacco. counto the sense, Dumb to theeir and still Will lake La Qrlppo. are hereby notified that they must make itnmedi- - and seller I' O. address Stsnford. Ky. try produce in exchange for goods at market 100 liut to heart and to soul distinct, intense tfc During the prevalencs of the Grippe, the past ate settlement. I am also agent lor the old reliable Office at the Myers House. J, It. BA1LKV, Mgr., lltodhrad See now ; I will listen ith soul, not ear. Crab Orchard, Ky eai)ns it as a noticeable fact that thoe who deand will keep a full line of these giw.ls In only pended uron Dr. King's New l)ucoerv not What was the secret of dying, dear? uotV.and all I a. I of the merchants ol Ptanlord had n speedy recoerv, but escape! all the trrmb-leioaud Itowland Is to give me tHelr orders and I will Was it the Infinite wonder of all 'his alter effects ol the nub fy etTcctlngremedy uiinegtxMisinineir ftousis at ractoiy prices rapul seems tohave a peculiar power in That you ever could let lile's flower fall hanking tlie public for patronage, 1 ask cures, not ouly In caes ol La Grippe but in all Or was it a greater n arval to feel riiutinuotice of same aad remain sour olwilteni diseases of the Throat, Chest and Lungs and has If. HILTON, Jjiyr The polled calm o'er the a?ony steal? cured cases ol Asthma and Hay Kevcr of long standing. Try it and be convinced. It wont disWas the miracle greater to find how deep appoint. Free trial bottles at A. R Penny's drug M. HUBBARD, A. M j Ileyond all dreams sank downward that sleep! stoic. Did life roll back its records, dear. tm And show, as they say it does, past things clear! Strength and Hoalth MUIIR IN- And wai it the Innermost heart of the bliss If you are not feeling strong and healthy, try -:- Electric Bitters. If La Grippe has lelt )uii weak Full corps ot Conservatory and Norm il School tea hers. .Vipcrlor eourves la I .teratiire, Musle and To find out so what a wisdom love, is ! and weary, ue Hlrctric Bitters Tins remedy An Lxcelirnt boarding department CaUtogues anil clrrulsrs furnished on application. peifect dead1 O dead most dear, 0 acts directly on the Liver, btomach and Kidneys, Ami Country Produce, s. 1 hold the breath of my soul to hear ! gently nidlng those organs to perform their Has oweeed hit slock ef enods and it If you areafillcted with Sick Headache I listen as deep as to horrible hell, serve laepcopjtfoi Stanford and vicinity tciJr W 1 . you will find speedy and permanent relief by takoneiing unheard as" Bargains ad all w ho wan' As high as to heaven, and you do not tell. Electric Bitters. One trial will convince jou ing ON' TO- good goods Ht thr lowest possible prices should baking pow- To make you so placid from head to feet ! cream of that this is the remedy you need Larue Inittles .. ... fus astsa ww IkK'B .tfiur HR " a a. only 50c at A. H. Penny's drup store. Higest-o- f all in leavening I would tell you, darling, if I wero dead, tears on my Latest United States And 'twere your hot the angels. ofbrow shed. laid strength. Mr. Albert Favorite, of Arkansas City, Kansas, death had I would say, though wishes to gtve our readers the benefit of his esperi j Government Food Report. euce with colds. He s.ijs' "1 contracted u cold His sword on my lips to keep it unsaid, early lait sprint; that settled on my lungs and alnly, with streaming eyes, Vou should not ask had hardly recovered Irom It, when I caught anPOWDER CO., 'Which of all deaths was chelfest surprise, Koraiaioit Who liave- other that lung on all summer and left me with a 100 Wall St., New York. hacking cough which I tnougni i wouiu neer gei The very strangest and suddenest thing rid of. I had used Chamberlain's Cough RemeOf all the surprises that dying must bring.' " dy some fourteen years ago with much success Ij Cloth. All. foolish world I O most unkind dead? M A.NFfiKD. klNTl'LKV and concluded to try it again. When I had got Though he told me, who will believe it was said ! through with one bottle my cough had left mo ard I have not suffered with a cough or cold since. In all departments. added to my Ml" a Corn Crusher, one Who will believe that he heard her say, limine you to the inauguration or to I hate recommended it to othe-- s and all speak that will grind cob and all and at the same time With Having purchased of A. T. Nunnellev his lv the sweet, soft voice, in the dear old way, you should come and see our well of it." 50c bottles for sale by W. 11. Mc Rob,irind any other kind of grain anil mix it to suit world s ery busiueit I can b Uund at hlsuld stand rrsdr Ky. one, and also put in a new Flour llolting ' The utmost wonder is this. I hear my erts, Druggist, Stanford, towaiton the public t an lime day or aight Cloth, I am prepared to make you some good Nothing but love you, and kiss you, dear ; IUirr Flour: and am putting in a Meat And see you, and Thing. Just the And am your angel, who was your bride, f toll, will have it ready in a week or so. FIRST-CLAS: J.H. WRIGHT. And know that, though dead, never have died " This is an expression the traveling public gen- y they find something that is exact-eral); use when shall leave my HxMe ami my prices w be as Of beautiful, cheap goods in all departments. We arc headquarters l?w V "l'..,",!M Uan'1 ,"r,, mt Stanford and what they want. This expression applies diMIDDLEBURG. Riwland 'but lit.t rectly to the Wiscousin Central Lines, which is for all classes evm black and fancy Dress Goods, Spring Novelties in -- J. V. McWhorter nnd 0. It. Carsou now admitted by all to be "The Route' from Chi- Woolens, Sill; of r STKALU, )H T r CLAkkK and Wash Fabrics. for Spring now wnile you to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland, Duluth-an- d 1 will open on January 16th, 1S93 a First-Claexchango cagoail points in the Northwest. Their double Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ol liKvo swapped farms and will can get choice stuff All kinds of White goods; everything in White dallv train service and fine equipment offers In d Jersey milk tn the people of .Wantord and about March 15. Uucement which can not be surpassed. and Colored Embroideries and Laces, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, &e. at the following prices, delivered PullThis Is Jolln It. Jonee, the noted red fox man First the only line running both throughChica.PkACrilAL . JVresh Milk, per gallon JO cents Class and Tourist sleepers from slayer, brought down another member of go to Pacific Coast Points without change. 3;kimmtd .Milk, por gallon ....10 cents Plumbers Steam For full information address your nearest tickScents thut family Saturday with bis trusty et agent or James C Poud, General Passenger and flutter Milk, per gallon breech-loade- r. 'ticket Agent, Chicago, III. PfiUt. I will make two trips daily . The patronage ol the Goods for Is one continued selection of good goods Low Prices both for 1,1- - steam aod in all kirnls of lion and Urass kinds, AH water SanKsty G. A. I'KVIO.V, public is solicited of all i Another meeting for the considera ot-- r wrk guaranteed afj.iui defrctiv material and Joseph V Dory, ol Warsaw, III , was trcublcd Stanford, Ky. jr. dies and gentlemen. ,. wisrlntansliip tion of the bank question was held here with rhcmntlsm und tried a number ol different remedies, but says none of them seemed to do him Saturday and it seeina definitely under-fctoo- d any good but finally he got hold of one that speedThe most Celebrated Eye, Knr, and him. He was much pleased that that institution will bo start- ily cured that others similarly afflicted wuh it like would felt sure Nose, and Chronic DisThere came to ray place the 14 th day of Febr- ed ns soon as a building can be put up to know what the remedy was that cured him. uary a HAY MAKL, 4 or 5 years old, whitcon nai-ttHe states for the benefit of the public that it is Now, buying Spring and Summer Goods. Come and Reap a portion ease Spcciilist in the State. of left front nnd left hind loot, star and snip, for the purpose. For sale by railed Chamberlain's Pain Balm ol the Harvest. about 1553 hands high. Owner cm have her by A protracted meeting of some ton W. I!. McRoberts, Dru?glst, btanford, Ky. paying for pasturoge and advertising. esMUsa 1, 103 H.J. D.RSl Stanford. days' duration closed at the Methodist . Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal HE ANi) SHE. THE ADVOCATE S2 PKRYKAUIV en XDEIsTTO." is FOB, KENT. and or Give tliciii a Call. ,,7Slllllls9silllllllllHr 33m in t.. HOTIOS. sfcLTjyvv TO THE LADIES. Merchandise, '" ,ek-cl-e- South-bounlllue-Gra- d ss two-stor- y WILLIAM MOKELAKD, and , 05-- m Stanford Female College. J. President. Bafcincf tarter Spriii"; Session Tuesday, January 2.1th, 1893. C. D. FOWEX.!., -- Absolutely General Mci'cliauclisc, Pure lunc-tiou- A der. boyal:baking 1lUsJTXlJZiD -- TJTTr''TT"T7 0 ft & TATE'S, w. c. STJTOHaaras. ro the, New Crusher and Bolting INAUGURATED LOW PRICES Whether rair, I.ivery ami i'cc! Stable, -- on oS-i- 1 GRAND DISPLAY at S TURNOUTS ss 'Prepare How-lan- STRiUJB& and CO., OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT Fitters l.ts SSTHA-Z- . Crowds Are Rushing' Into Our Store Throat rn sV l i Presiding Elder Val3h, very able divine of J.ex .. hae had ... iugtou, did mort of tho preaching and it HOUSE is thought thut much good was nccom At Rowland repainted ar.d nicely furnished and plisbed. have in connection with Hotel one of the best There are more lumber, Btaves and In the State, open day and night; a night other timber in the yards at Yonemite man meets all trains. In connection with IIour have also one of tho best Mineral wells in the Matt fc G. in jsnd for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs than can be shipped over tho C. (G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. FIod 12 months and it is still coming in at the Erin, Tenn.. A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. U.JZ. Proctor, C. II. Hraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. r.it of at least car load ner Jay. anil Ha&ilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. 1. 11. Johnson, there are those" who think the road will Jim Cox, Grceiishuu;. Rates $1 pel day. J. M. Petrey, clerk Gue me a call. pas out of existence in lees than six oSoiy J. V. CARRIER. Prop. months. Then what? Miss Magsie Wade, of Saloma, Tay W. B. PENNY" lor county, and Miss Lula Alstott, of Fo war's Store, this county, are visttinir Mrs. I. S. Wcslny. Mr. K. Tarrant, your o"race"S3i'ith .idsfitsiit'streot, in office reeen Libei ty pcribe, passed through town Fri , ss.ci;ed by Dr. 1. V. Huffman, Stnalo-d- Ky day on his way to Lincoln county, to visit his children. Ho was ruling Shanks' mare, as usual, and the old "critter," the ma ei, was moving along quite livelCIVIL -- Notice to the Traveling Public. J. J). .1 church Fndnv 11 niht. A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. Office over McRobelts Drug Store in tho Owsley Dutlding. Stanford. HUGHES & TATE. W' m ji?asCt?UEa,s2 SllllllMsWVi'd'' ""' THE SHELTON For Sale II. I. DAUST. I T A 1UTRS waassi sswmc Few More Building Lots la the corpor&tc limits of Rowland. Rowland HUSTON VILLK, KV., wmifE mmmn 7 n?sBKi)-at.'- X P-.i,.- ..J 11 VJew-lTaven- , THE F. RILEY H. HOUSE -- DR. JJentlst. London, RILRy.'.Propriotor, - Kentucky. 1 have moved to my new Hotel ,aud am better prepared than ever to accominodato 'the public. Good I.ivery attached and every convenience desired. Give me a call. FRANK RILF.V. 77 Offers liargains in all kinds of Goods for 30 days, in order to make room for his Spring Goods- - My Spring Shoes are daily nrrivinc. and far excel anything ever .shown in Hustonville in quality, workmanship sBCssiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiViiiiir asiiiiiiiiiHS and style. I have some Shoes and Hoots left over, which 1 will close out very low Ladies' Pebble Ihittons 75c; Kid Buttons 95c, Men's K K? Congress and Lace Shoes Sh.jo, worth $2; Heavy Hoots Si. 25, 51.50 and $2, worth double the money. A nice line of dark Calico .it 5c. VSiHiJBskBFlBHsHssiiiiiiii. asiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiVI UrH 3 -- Kr Blankets and comforts TWI fV TWImm' "W ss?ji?ji?ji?ji?ji?ji?ji?ji?ji?ji?jiW ENGINEER, - . f. Mr. E. P. Claypool, the merchant at Dead wood, came from the people of ituil Offers his professional srmcr to his section. Has lud eight years' expeneuce in Brm'ken to this county in March, IS'JO, Che husincss. Refers to the I irst National Hank and rented a farm of tho Green Hiver of Stanford, where lie can lie found. Lumber Company. It was understood BAUGIIJIAN, that he had married a grass witlow with two children, a son nnd daughter. Ev KIKE AND SIOU.M erything went smoothly; tho children seemed satisfied and Mr. Claypool treated them as kindly as their own father .. .Representing could have done. Last week Mrs. Clay- of Hartford, Conn.; Hartford, husband and father of tho Manchester, of Manchester, Kng.; pool's children appeared at Liberty and instiPennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; tuted proceedings for possef siou of the Ins. Co. of North America. children. Processes wero served upon Companies. I would Mr. Claypool and the caso was set for All of which are tie pleased to wait o rimy friends in this line. Pol. Friday before Judge Myers. We were cies promptly issued. Will insure against tornanot present and know nothing of the does, wind storms and lightning. I.ightuing without additional chirge particulars developed at the trial, but "Office at First National Bank, Stanford, learu that tho father, whoso uaiue is Falls Branch Jellico CoalOo., J no. Hefner, was granted the custody of the childrcu and that he started with Minersand shippers' of the GENUINE them to his home in Higginsville, Mo. We know nothing of the cause that led to the separation of the husband and Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford Jand wife, which is said to have occurred Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and some ten years ago, but there seemi to A WA1TS. IG0ISS be much Bympatuy felt for Mrs. Claypool, who it is said, is almost heartbroken over the loss of her two chil- Stanford, 1 - Kentucky, y-: "Slli A post-mast- Trcrsi At Almost HALF PRICE.'j.sapplemah'm.'d., 1HK Cr'LUIlRATKD THE JEWELER, Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of Arbuckle s Coffee 25c; hire Proof Oil 15c gallon and a great mini bcr of Bargains too numerous to mention in all kinds of goocK. Terms 30 days to responsible parties. English. Specialist, rVriuei y l'roles rof I'rattueor Medicine, J. II. INSURANCE AGENTI Watches, Clocks And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Kngraving a Specialty. All foods soldjengraved tree of charge. BaTVourpatroaagc respectfully solicited. PILOWS, PJLOWS We now have Of Oliver Chilled Plows, Bucher & Giobs' Imperial 'lows in steel and chilled and Malta Double Shovels. Electrical Medical College, I ORONTO, CANADA, Now I:am1ntn2 I'liil;iin cf the KV. Southern Medical Institute, UH ISVIM.K, ih-d- l A COMPLETE LINE Jewelry "Wo llllo Will he tt Myer3 House, Stanford Tuesday, Mar. 28, one day only. Keturnin. every lour weeks during the j ear Dr. Appleman is a graduate cf llellevue Hospiu '4!.Co.,l,;K.V e,T. Yorfc C"V. "' Ihe College,'! oronlo, Canada. He iu al nade a study ot the dueases he lreate.1 in the creat llellevue and Charity Hospital forsev. er.il years and recojnliesnosupenor m diacnosini; and ire.ilim: Chronic Diseases. He devotes all his time to the treatment of chronic nervous disease, of both setrs and his skill as and espert In an this class ol cases Ik Hell cstihll. !,.., T. ... .. l Jcilully.and Kier-ileal sp-ci- first-cla- n PJl3MiCQ(Rr&3 Crab Orchard, Ky. Permanently Cures and Chrenic Catarrh, Rlnijlnc in Kars I.iinB. Kidney. Urinary and Madder troubles Acut anon, Kheiimatism aud I'araly.is, Kpllepsyoi r Itk positively cured. Voiiiij or middle ajed mrn siifTerInj from impotenc), Kruptions, errors or excesses, should call before theurcstilis of It too Ule, Me Rurantee a cure if cnic has not sjoue too far. Siiperiluoushair anil all eruptions of the face permanently removed Original Jellico Coal. Ao Mo DRUGGIST Aad est. FENNY R. Q AND JEWELER THE GOFFEY HOUSE dren. BOOK-SELLX- newsboy nauiutl Apjilegnte jump-I'STANFORD, KV ou tho K. 0. train near Paris aud lighting a cigarette carelessly tlireVr tbo match away. It lighted on a canof Kisoliue and began to burn. An "IThu Hotel, renovated anl refurnished, Is now (a my charge and I intend f) conduct it so us to attempt was made to kick the can out not only maintain its high reputation, but to add when the atopper was removed and tbo to its long list of friends. Special accommodations for coma ercial trave ers and fine roopu.lur liquid caught. The car was burned, tothe dlsploy of am pits, gether with about GO yards of track. In A.First-Clas- s their attempt to vacate the car eiht Saloon? weru more or less burned ami BILLIARD and TOOLROOMS stlached perdona injured. Atd otherwise J0S1CPH COFFEV. A d JOSEPH COFFEV, Pro'r. tivo-ijallo- Prices alwas as Lowjas the lowMr. Thos. Dalton has charge of JewelryJDcparttncnt. Watches, Clocks andfjewelry Repaired and Warranted. The LargcstJStock to select from. Blood and Skin Dlgeaseei. As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet. Mc. cured by never failinc remedies. Diseases of women, such as l.cucorrhca, painful .Menstruation, Displacement ol Womb, bearing Uo n pains in back, relieved in short time. Ihe Doctor carries ail his portable Instruments ana comes prepared to examine the most obscure medical nnd surgical cases. He undertakes no incurable diseases but cures r i 1 ' Engraving Beautifully aud Artlitically lioiic. Old Gold and Silver takeinn exchange for goods. JesseThorapson's Barber Shop, I Thanking my friends and the public generally for their liberal patronage in the past year, I hope to merit a continuance by polite at here are ttireeoi menesi iurocr. iu iiibowu Thure are also excellent Rath Roorrs run in coa tention, honest gcocs and fair prices. A.JJR, PENNY. nection. Agent lor Lexington Steam Laundry. -- AT- huudredsciveoup Iodic. 1 CONSULTATION FREE And Confideatial. Address 1 I J. S. jT-- tr . Al'PLKMAN.M.D,, LouitrilU, Ky. M . .!. yj-j- t ', mW,tm ;.,' - "lUl" J.U i.tmwii ''"gy- - J Cw man ! J.