You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893111001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i" w-V- f : ;? r-:- ; ' ;.", v" "5" -' .'. -- , . 1 Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXL WILUAMSBUnO, WHITLEY COUNTY. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. I Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1893. -- NO. 73 CRAB ORCHARD. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY Ida, a littli) child of Jailor Kine. Miss Allen Hnr.ttn uur ai.n.Hn Tho election passed oil' very fjulotly This Is tho last day for filing suits to . ami all tho republican ticket, both coun- died yesterday morning. The rennins several weeks in Danville, is home, the Garrard circuit court, which begins Mrs. Ward Mooro liai purchased a Monday, 20th. ty ntnl town, wu eluded, no was expect' wero buried near 8c,Ujld Cane, J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Mrs. Martha Schooler, of Garrard, is piano from Mrs. A. W. Montgomery for oil by both sides. The Garrard County Bible Society Dr. K 8. Moss was in llarbourvlllo viBiimg relatives nere. Mr. J. II. liaugh- - tm. will convene at the Christian church on 5t.l1 1893. Col. W. G, Welch spent soveral Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. Monday to eeo h patient.! JMcesrH. J. man, of your place, was with ua yesterM. Sharp, T. S. Bird nnd Walker Mason day. Mrs. Helen Green has returned to days hero this weok. Charlie Green, of Dr. W. O. Young, of Danville, will Kull corpt of Comer vatory nj Normil School teachcri. Superior counes in Literature, Muiic aatf Stanford, visited friends here. wore over at Pino Knob taking deposi- Franklin county. preach atthe Presbyterian church next An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. Miss Hnttio Painter, nu There will be preaching tions this weok. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Mr. J. P. Mahan la in Knoxvllle at- and handsomo young Indy of Hrodluwl, j Saturday, night at tho Baptist church by Tho meeting at the Baptist church tending a convention of coiil dealers this has been appointed general agent for tho Hev. Kites to which all are nvited. continues with increasing Interest. Sev... . m. Mr. Lou Pettun has a nice assort eral have joined tho church by letter Welsner was very btatnoi ualltornla for tho establisnuiont week. Mbs U!ddi (tick last Saturday and Sunday hut is of agencies for the sale of a Chicago His- ment of eatables temptingly displayed and confession. tory of tho World's Fair. DANVILLE, KY. next door to the courtroom with good much better now. Mr. Wright Kelley, who was elected F. L. Thompson, asslgneo of A. Pen- beef and pork at all hours. U. Ilrawner was brought befoio Tuesday, came to this county from Har The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. J. Rev. Brinoy preaches at tho Chris- lan and represented that county in the Judge James Stinson Monday on a war- nington, has wound up his work and With a full course oi study, both English and Classical. While the course ol instruction is spe rant charging him with manslaughter in turned the key over to Mrs. Pennington, tian church Sunday morning and night. Legislature twice. clallj- adapted to prepare young men for the Freshman Clai?, it is intended at the same time to furnish a liberal Knlish education to any who desire it In connection with the Academy, waived nil the affairs having bson satisfactorily Don't forget tho song service Saturday Mr. G. S. Gaines has moved to Dr. th killing of Slla Leforce. Ho nn examination and iravo bond in the adjusted. Mr. Thompson is beitig com- night in same church. Hood's property on Richmond street. A Jimmie Slaughter left for Louisville Dr. Hood and his sister will board with sum or J'J,000 to await the action of the plimented on his pood work. Mr. PenHas been established in the Home and under the personal contiot ef the Principal. Regular study nington, than whom no better citizen or Wednesday night to lay in a stock of Mrs. J. W. West on Stanford street. grand jury. hattrs under the supervision of the Principal and assistants and the restraints and government of Mrs. Slaughter will reThe Whitley County Herald lias a more iiccotnmuJating gentleman can merchandise. Prof. John Augustus Williams, of a Christian home are combined withtothe best educational advantages. board, tuition, etc., address For further particulars in regard moved into rooms In tho Times building be found anywhere, is on his foot and sume business next door to Beazley's Harrodsburg, delivered an interesting JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. and wo hope it may have a good nnd ready for bnaineRf?, not at tho old stand, drug store, iu the room lately vocato by lecture to a large audience at the courtlasting effect upon it to bo situated to however, but iu the brick hotel, where W. A. Carson. Jimmie Is a business house Saturday evening. His subject ucar Bro. Denham, tho most powerful ho has opened up his stcck in good boyandwewish him every success In was ' The Secrets of Masonry." -- Capt. W. S. Miller, of Knoxyille, is expounder of democratic doctrlno in tLu atyle, where he will gladly greet his host this work for his mother. of friends. Joe McClure has bought of Dr. in town. Thurmond Anderson was down mountains of Kentucky. Tho county went its UBiial republi Ulair, at I'moviHe, tho Slavin property from Brodhead Tuesday to vote. He Tho meeting at the Christian church increasing interest. Kid. can gait, lueeuay, though the votu was at tho depot for $750. We heard Mr. never fails to come home to cast his contiuuea witn Oysters always on hand, either in bulk or cans, or served to order IJoberUon Is quite a forcible speaker, light. Superintendent of Schools Baker McClure advising a certain young lady ballot. Col. W. S. Ferguson Is back from in any style, with celery, etc. yet he is plain and b! tuple in his man- elected by about '200 majority. Creech, to bid on several pieces of furniture at Covington. Mr. Kd Hopper, secretary ner. There have been 25 additions, M for the Legislature, carries the county by the Singleton s lie, but we did not un- of Latonia, was here this week visiting of whom wero baptized in tho Cumber- about IK). Tho town election was pretty derstand his meaning bo well as Isince his mother. Miss Carrie West, of Lowwarm. The following were elected for hearing of this last purchase. er Garrard, is visiting Mies Bessie Marks-burland Wednesday atternoon. Miss Jennio Lickey has returned There have been more sales in the of this place, and trustee: 0. H. Rice, W. J. Sparkn, G. Mr. M. A. Moore, And all fresh and fine and sold at astonishingly low prices. Mrs. Fannie Moeks, of Shelby ville, were, P.. McCoy, Dr. K. J. Brown and K. A. last two months than I ever heard of in from a protracted visit to relatives in St. married in tho parlors of tho Willard Herrin. For police judge, H. W. Bice; this country, yet each have been well Louis. Col. J. K. Faulkner, of Rich- Candies, Nuts, &c. , in great variety and abundance. Come in and Hotel, 1julaville, Wednesday evening, for marshal, James Taylor, who beat S. attended and things have brought fair mond, was has here Tuesday. have a basket fixed up for your wife or girl. The only disturbance of any kind Mr. Moore has been shorifl'of his mint) II. Freeman by one voto. Politics cut prices. Mr. Parker, who lives on tho T. for four years and held several pother no figure in the town election. It is M. Holmes farm, sells out Saturday and that was created Tuesday was a dog prominent positions of trnst. Ho is now claimed that the newly elected police a sale is to occur In n few days at Mr. fight on the Public Square. Kverybody was sober and on their good behavior. proprietor of tho Williamsburg! Hotel. judge and two of the trustees are ineli- Katon's, on the Stanford pike. Mr. Kditor, you nent us word that The entire republican ticket was elected. Wo wish them a happy and prosporou b gible on account of not having been citizens of tho town a suluciont length moro letters must be forthcoming, but The majorities of the different candi future. you took care not to send items for dates are as follows. Lay, for Senator, is in Unrbourvllle of time. It. S. Crawford The truth ia that our people at- U3; Kelley, for the Legislature, 137; Hon. John M. Tinsbiv of f this week. ROWLAND. Bchool superintendent, 134; Tot-tetend so strictly to their own huslnebs llarbourville, spent Tuesday hero. Mr. Our old friend, G. S. Carpenter, and that ills hard for the poor reporter to police judge, 70. The citizens tickIt. F. Itoso has completod',hls new dwelling east of the depot. Dr. A. GatlitPa wife talk of moving to their beautiful collect news. If I iiad a store of wit at et, which had no opposition, is as folwifo and baby have been sick forfcevernl little farm, one niilo north of this place. my disposal I probably might (111 the lows; Mayor, Robert Kinnaird; coun Our city rolled up 53 majority out of vacancy to better advantage, but as I cilmen, J. 0. Thompson, J. M. Logan, days, but both are improving. Mr. Win. .'VI yotee, for Miller. H the balance of have not this gift I try to console my- It. A. Burnside, R K. McRoberts, J. 0. who ban been sick two weeks, Ilowmnn, is out again, itev. Q. 8. Dickernmn, of the ticket had had opposition a larger self with the fact that "Ho who does his Robinson, J. E. Stormes. This ticket votes. received Now Havfi, Com. , Held superintoi dent vote for democracy would han been best does well." polled. This is one among the reasons And prices to suit the times. We now have an of tho A. M. A., spoke at the CongregaDANVILLE. HUBBLE. to account for this defeat. The silly reMonday nieht. tional church mark that personal feeling or disatfec-tio- n (Advotne.l Ben Owsley, Sr. has returned home. on account of any local iasuo caused Little Ktnina, daughter of W. S. Ed Miller has rented his farm to Dank A couple of thieves drovo into John downton, died of meningitis. Kendall's corn field noar Logansport, it is too absurd for consideration. Ball. The pernicious secret ballot system Monte Fox bought of J. 0. JohnInd., and began to help themselves to The Anderson boys h?vo sold their his corn. Mr. Kendall happened around has done moro to corrupt our politics son, for Morris, 24 head of export cnttlo corn to neighbors for home use at 3" witli his gun and tired at them. They than all things combined. It is not true that he had been feeding in Marion for shucked in the field. lied in such baste that they did not stop that it prevents the use of money with 4Jc. Wesley Owsley bad a cow to die The. city council has elected G. It. to get their team nnd now he Is in pos- tho lloater. Hit did It would liavo a this week, thought to be from the efOf Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Flannels, Comforts, Blankets, Cloaks, session of a splendid pair of horses ai.d wholesome effect, hut there me many McDowell police judge, Charles C. Fox fects of a rabid do'a bite. Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Handkerchiefs. much time ways to defeat this, the great object city attomej; Thomas Helm chief of pon wagon. Ho will not waste Elder Milton Elliott, of Lancaster, which the Legislature had in view lice; Frank Lee, clerk, and U. J. Dor-ha- will preach at Bright's School-houtho thieves. in hunting on treasurer. The Plnrnlr Hotel Co., at Lexing when it became a law. Having 'fallen the tth Sunday night in November. At the ale of tht personalty of Mrs. ton, with n capital stock of $27rt,00O, has short of the intention in view, it !b S. M. Spoonaiuore is well fixed up iu giving the man who Hies on" llachcl W. Cultan, near Parksvillo, corn at tho scales for dehorhing tMttlo and gone into tho hands of a receiver. J. hurtful on some selfish or personal matter, an iu the field brought from $2.32 to $2.40 will do all the work wanted done. Waller Rhodes, cashier of the l'lm-nimare mu'o being chosen for that po- opportunity to forsake his principles per barrel; one National Btuk Bro. Taylor lias handed in his reshorse mule $71; sev-e- ignation to Rush Brnncli Church, having sition. The company la composed of and claim to be iu the parly lino when, Jt5; ono feedern, about 1,200 lbs. average, sold Lieut. Gov. Alford, Mayor Hull David-Ho- n in fact, ho is a spy and traitor iu the so mnny calls closer to his home than to'T. F. Webb, at :51c; short yearlings 15 ibis. and I). P. Fnir.ee. Suita aggregating camp. The lethargy on the part of Of Gents', Ladies' and Children's Shoes to be found anywhere. is alarming. Many pur head. Our littlu town atoms to be getting 31,000 have been tiled and it Is said there 80tnedomocrats('.' Don't fail to see our Carpets and Rugs. A Christian Endeavor Society was over the effects of the panic as more remained nt home iu the country duris n great deal more indebtedness. organized at tho Christian church yes- traffic has been done around. here iu the the liabilities are can not be sta- ing the last races and endangered the whole party In this nnd other counties. terday afternoon with 4't members lx3t month than has been for a long ted. W. II. Salleo was elucted time. Suit has been brought by 'Attorney Such men should bo taught to bellnvu Mihs Eddie Adams II. L. Hubble and J. 0. Kubauks are Morris, of PhiUdoIphiu, counsellor Au- that it is a duty thoy owe their county to Misa Pearl King recording secretary and back from the mouutains after having gust Johnson, n&ainBt thu Peoria Rail- go out and vote. MiM Hush Grinstead corresponding sec- traded most of their load of brood mares road company to recover $3,000 damages BRODHEAD. retary. Tho society will meet every for mules. Itottart 11 iris ta going to Johnson for alleged personal injuries. nnd was working on tho Trenton J. II. Albright Iidh converted tho Sunday evening nn Hour helore tlie reg- move to Hrodhead soon. Mrs. Dr. Jones has returned to her a woman walked in front of a locomo- upper rooms of his into tin ular service begiuK. Dealers In- Miller's majority in tho county is home iu Lexington after n few weeks' engine and opera hall nnd Miss Viola's Minstrel tive. She was hit by the to the Legisla- visit to her Bister, Mrs. S. E. Ortsley. thrown against JoIiiihou, breaking his troupe has buun holding forth there for 12, Hay was ture without opposition, receiving 7S0 Miss Bettie Spoonamore has been furnose nnd injuring him. Tho woman tho last week. We had quite n contest atthe hIiow votes; Caldwell for county judge receiv- nishing the music for the protracted was killed and Johnson has sued the meeting here. railroad company for hitting him with u tin other night to decide who was tho ed StSl votes and Uawlings for superinThe protracted meeting still con prettiest lady in tho house but Mies Li.-zt- tendent of schools S17, neither having corpse. Heron and Mrs. Viola Sampson car- opposition. The following wero elected Unites on its third week with large Gi'iuous Onici.N op a Fikk. Tho other ried oil tho prir.es. to the council of Danville; First Ward, crowds at night and with good preachday a heavy delivery wagon Jbackod up Georgo Reynolds, who was arretted Rochester and Lankford; second, James ing both day and night. There have in front of an Eighth Avonuo furniture in Loulsvillo on tho charge of stabbing Chrisman, II. E. Woolfolk; third, Dr. been two confessions up to date and two See'Our Large and Splendid Line Of store. Tho smoothness and slant of the Hill Nowcomb, was brought to Mt. Ver- Cowan, Win. Wurreu; fourth, G. W. have taken membership with the church. asphalt gave greater momentum than non by Marsha1 Hunter, of Louisville, Welsh, G. D. Hatterton; fifth, Boyle O. Several of the membera have renewed was oxpectod and this hind wheels and his trial set for Friday, 10th. Hodes, W. G. Dunlap; sixth, Geo. Co- - their pledges for tho future. curb with a crush. Tho construck tho Mrs. Jennie Bright is down from J. G. Frith, ono of Hockcastlo'a gar, Thomas Alexander. At Shelby City tract of atone and Iron drew out sparks. storekeepers and gaugere, is the only the eutire old board of trustee was elec Middlesboro for a few days. Joe Swopo Sotno of those flew into a wisp, of pack- ono that this county ever furnished to tod, and Silcox was elected marshal over leaves this week for his home in Indianing hay that soon gave forth sinoko and that business, to our knowledge, who Win. Coovert by 13 majority. apolis. Charley Smith, our clever hack llaino. A bucket ot water subdued tho did not partake of the fruit of his labor. driver, Is getting money enough out of "Did you hoar about Blaggins' shoot his line to afford a fine new rig for his blaze, but, as a llreman remarked, it was MIbs Leila Painter has gone to Mt. an interesting object lesson on one of Vernon, Grab Orchard and Stanford to ing excursion?" said one member of the horses. Virgil McClure and wife, of the githe mysterious ways in which serious deliver the books sho has sold at tho National Guard to another. Lexington, are visiting Mrs. J. A. Ham- At last. The consumer has been squeezed long and hard by panic-scarreand ovr- "You don't mean to Bay on amateur monds. ant monopolies of manufactories, but now the flres sornotluieslsUrt, N. Y. Sun. above named towns. Sho is selling a marksman like Blaggins had the nervo Turkey buyers are stumping the loaded manuiaciurers ana importers are uumping men piuum-i- s as of the World's Fair and we recombook to go hunting?" These three, Harper, Ten liroeck and mend her to the public. country, but the prices offered don't fast as they can, which means that prices are now being Xan-tur"Yea." LonRfellow, all lie burlod;beneath The election at this place on Tuesseoin to buy them yet. You can buy a "Hit anything.'" velvet nod and the greatest of day was a quiet man's bank stock, his land or his properaffair and looked more "Yea. He got aeven birds." theso was Longfellow. If tho spirit of like a crowd gathered for church than a "Well. There's only one way to ex- ty at a discount, these hard times, but manlollows in that other world the crowd of politicians and so when you Uckle a woman for her turmay it ever plain it." Right and left, and the fellow with the cash can lay in his goods and samo pursuit that engrossed It here, who be. Tho democrats can led this keys you will hare to go down into your "How's that?" precinct Betsy Harper in far below old prices. I am happy to say to one and all that shall head John and , sell them by from 4 to 11 majority. "He didn't know tho gun was load- dollars, " a times or no hard golden harp. Louisville of the fortunate ones and have them in my house. tho race for tho Misses Bottio and Ella Henderson, ed." Washington Star. hold your turkeys, they will bs I have been one goods, rotten Times. They are new and fresh; no old stock or second-hanhigher some time shia season. of Lowell, and Miss Emma Hammons, post two years the Covingwith disease, but fresh from the mauufac-turerIn tha with age or infected Fond Paront I cannot interfore, Bob- of Paint Lick, and Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon, ton Commonwealth has tried three brilLONDON, UUREl UOUNTY. Read these prices and see the goods. All the standard brands mo that Bhe of Stanford, are visiting Mrs. J. G. Frith. by; your teacher writes Laurie Blakely, Sam Men's Calf Shoes liant editors Bobby-W- ell, Old Brother G. W. Tharp, who baa been Laurel county goes republican. For of Calicoes at 5c yard; Hoosier Cotton 5c yard. thrashed you on principle. Gaines and Walter Emerson without the Legislature, Creech 270 Baby Shoes 25c, worth 75c. Children's Shoes 50c majority; for $1, worth $1.50. sho didn't. Don't you think I confined to his room for the last eight satisfying its or its readers' J5 weeks from the OflfocU of a nail peneschool superintendent, Johnson 103 ma- worth $1. Ladies' Button Shoes 75c, worth 1. 25. Ladies' Button where she llckod mo? Life. know Consequently it appears to have . i trating his foot soma five months ago, is worth gi.50. The largest and best selected stock of Shoes 90c, jority. I have nothing more to say. "How many stories has this building?' now improving and it ia hoped he will sought and secured a radical change. J. P. Clothing ever shown in Hustonville. I will also have a mammoth line May financial success attend it. Louisasked the stranger. be oat soon. Cloaks Oct 1st at half price. A full line of Family Groceries. The axle of the Ferris wheel at the of Ladies' ville Times. thousand," was the reply. "Several Come early and get the best at auction prices. Respectfully, Fair weigh's 50 tons and cost 133,000. It More than a thousand different va"What why, where am I?" Gov. Brown has issued a proclamais said to be the largest piece of steel ev"In the fiction department of the pub rieties are on exhibition at the Chicago tion naming Friday, the 17th, as Arbor er forged. chrysanthemum ehow. Day. lie library." Washington Star. i Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September etu't-'eti- .... Centre College Academy. - Home Boarding and Training Department 1 I " OYSTERS I M y. Fruits of Every Kind, R. ZIMMER. Splendid Dinner for 25c. i. y, 1 NEW : GOODS VI m se n BEST fe3 -- JL CC Ja-- Jus-wh- at on-roll- ed. pres-iihu- it, SEVERANCE & SON. i t, cut-on- j. FARRIS & HARDIN, Atom-hous- e o Staple. and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Tinware, Sec. FARMING IMPLEMENTS. 4 5S THE HARD TIES ARE OVER d A a's SLAUGHTEBBB d times-Ladies- s. soul-longing- JAMES FRYE, Hustonville; A i ., :-- a ifr'-- svrrw- rfit'm - r.,tJ ,'3-- J 'rJ-V- . i- - . -- :, ,y,.y-- V- - V,vv JT" w ?"i.- - U'"j?.. lit. y s'ri ' ' Ii in, .1 w- - - i Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1S93 ?t I..1 1 1 ft 1 k L t . I t p;k j IK f I P ? Jfr I r I- - I t' I Hi r land accommodation, II. S. Jones has been appointed postmaster at Lot, Whitley county, vice W. P. WALTON. Nannie 11. Faulkner, resigned, aud J. O. Ford, Trimble, Pulaski county, vlco Joy he u Unicom, resigned. In prices which you read in our last weeks' "ad" made for us a grand success, Hut still we have too Jack Gkoss pulled through for eouator struggling with her husband many goods on hand as we ate daily receiving them. While We will in the 10th district by a majority of 01. for the possession of a rovolver, Mrs. It is not as large as a barn door or as John Minor accidentally pulled the trigsmall as it might be, but it elects him ger, and tbo ball entering her husband's This may be nn off year and don't all the samp, to tho regret of numerous heart, killed him instantly. count, but it was a ground swell all the democrats who havb been prophesyiug The steamers Albany and Philadelsame and tbo democrats caught it his defeat. phia collided in a fog oil Point Aux a'coming Rnd a'gwine. In fact tbo only Barques, Mich., and both vessels sunk Election Echoes. thing that can be said lor them is that Tho crows took to tho boats but one cap Colorado declared for female suffrago they held their own in Kentucky, Virsized and 24 were drowned. The prices in half. Read these prices, visit us and sec for yourself. All calicos such as Indigo Blue, by a majority of about 4,000. The minginia and Maryland. Now York revoltmembers of the Chi Simpson's Black and Gray's Manchester fancy go at The democratic per yd. Lancaster Apron gingham $c yard. said to have voted for it to ened against Hillism and bosaistn by de- ora are cago Common Council surrendered un- Best brands of dress ginghams at 6 to 7 j per yd. Best quality of zephyr at 5c per oz. Good, all immigration of feating Judge Maynard for the Court of courage conditionally .to their republican oppo- wool yarn at 5c per hank or 65c per pound. 100,000 and electing women from New England. Appeals by perhaps Georgo,B. Swift, tho republican Kansas returned like the dog to his nents, a legislature 24 republican on joint balcaucus nominee, being elected actiug Tho republicans swept the Stato lot. After holding Massachusetts two vomit. mayor by a vote of 02 to 5. in the Legislative races and elect all tho gubernatorial terms, the republicans The bankers of Louisville have four, three of whom snatched that ollico from us, electing circuit judges hut jointly employed counsel to resist any Greenhalge, republican, by 23,000 or are populists and ono lono Jemocr.it. attempt mado by county or muniJpal In Ohio the Legislature will stand: more. Gov. Boies ran one time too ofauthorities to collect taxes from them Three spools O. N. T. cotton thread for 10c. Prices in all our dress goods and flannels cut in half" SI, democrats ten and ho too went down in the wreck In the Houpp, republicans under tho new constitution. They al- Gent's Furnishing Goods, we will almost give away. Large red and blue handkerchiefs for 5c worth 10' 23; in the Senate, republicans 23, demoby 25,000. In Ohio Keal wasn't in it lege a contract under tho Hewitt law and Suspenders for 10c worth White laundricd shirts .joe, worth 75 and Si. Good working shirts 25c largest majority the 25. even a little bit McKinley, the high crats S. This is the Leg- will trv and have that contract enforced. worth double the money. Genuine Celluloid collars 10c, worth 20. was elect- republicans have ever had in tho priest of the protective tariff, Paul Hern, of Hackensack, N. J, ed by nearly 100,000 majority. Pennsyl- islature. aged 70, recently recoived $1,500 in back Ono feature of the election over Sunday ho was badvania gives a republican majority of as parties may re- pension money. much or more, while in tbo other less which both of the old gered out of 51,000 by a blonde soubrette important States the republicans, as usu- joice is the almost utter disappearance giving the namoof "Catherine Hastings' opposition al had their own way. An anti race of tho'populist party and its accomplice. The woman an sev- and a male school shoes at 50c, worth $1. Infant's shoes 20c, worth 50c. Ladies' shoes, heel and is elected in New Jer- to sound money. It was routed in track legislature swered a matrimonial advertisement Childrcns' good annihila spring heel, warranted all solid, 90c, worth $1.50. Our mens' shoes for $1 and Si. 25 can't be bought sey, a majority of which iB republicon. eral of its western strongholds, Hern put in a New York paper. . Cloak and Clothing Departments are complete and we invite you Virginia stays in line, however, and ted in Virginia aud buried in Kentucky. During a performance of William elsewhere for double the money. Our Louisville Times. there stands old Kentucky. O'Farrell, Barcelona, to come and carefully examine them before buying. We guarantee to give you satislnction. Tell in the Liceo Theatre at Kdturns received from OS out of 100 the democratic nominee for governor in threw two bombs into 17 cities in Spain, anarchists the Old Dominion, was elected by fully counties and from all of tho pit. One of them fell into a lady's the Arirginia give tho democratic ticket : 50,000 and the Legislature is overwhelmand rolled harmlessly to the tloor, which the remaining 32 lap plurality, ingly democratic, thus insuring the sebut tho other oxploded with frightful lection of democratic judges for tbo counties may yet increase to 50,000. Tho effect. A terrible panic ensued and in A. URBANSKY Sr CO., Court of Appeals, which has been com- otllcors elected will enjoy the distinction tho effort to escapa many were trampled posed of Mahone republicans for the of having been chosen by the largest to death or received injuries from which last 12 years. Maryland remained true majorities in the history of tho State. they will die. Fifteen people were in- began to mako a history on the turf as a will be the to her traditions and elected the demo- The Legislature just elected and his twmarkahlo caieer has stantly killed by tho oxplosion and three 3 yoar-olwhich the republican party is cratic tickets by the usual majorities. first in surpassed by his sneers in only been were found dead on the stairs. Ed Here in Kentucky the democrats rather entirely without representation. tho stud. For Urn last fivo years FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. outdid themselves, except in this senaCorrigan controlled his breeding .qualiNEWSY NOTES. ."& crossed principally torial district which elected a republican. G. D. Boone sold to J. W. AdaniB 7 ties and he had boon In Knox county Charles Haywood Legislature will be more overwhelmand such horses as The on War Dance mares fat hogs at ojc. are the result. ingly democratic than over. In tbo stabbed Henry Mills to death. la Kccoivirjff His Mooro sold to Alex Bastin a The Hard, Riley, etc , John Dr. Stephen O. Martin, tho inventor House there will bo at least S3 demoalso produced l'.xtrs, His dam, Nantura, of oxen for $05. yoke : crats, nn increase of 10 and in the Sen- of the famous vaccine virus, is dead at Littleton and Fanny Hol-to: J. W. Adams bought In tho East Germantown, of T.'ii Urocele. In Long. ate there will bo three more democrats Boston. dam the 3jc. Ex Stato Senator George has been End a lot of feedo rs at 3 to Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. than at the last session. The populists generation are iouhu Sampson sold to Prewitt t fellow's second C. II. were routed, foot, horse and dragoon chosen warden of the Kentucky peniJils Johnson, Long Taw, sire of Don Wood a bunch of fat cattle at 3c. Taw. The dam of and there will not be over one of tbem tentiary. and Como-TA. Logan Denny bought of Beazley Alonzo During a row in a church near Mar left to tell the tale of calamity and woe Sir Francis and DobYorkville Belle. gelding for $1 10. The in tho next body. In Louisville the tinsville. Ind.. Noah Kinc was killed Bros, a his product. bought of Louis Wilson, bins is tho best of John Jones straight democratic ticket was elected with a razor. of Imp Leamington during his turf son mare for 5115. Galveston, Texas, offers $23,000 as of Boyle, a throughout, Mayor Tyler defeating I want to reduce my large stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, in 17 races, of wh c'l ho Win. Boono sold to John career started John aud by more than two to one. nn inducement to have the CorbettBooker Reed won 14 and 515,000 in stakes nnd purses. and offer them at prices never so low. Call and examine the stock. Sam Owsley a couple of steers at 3c. Various reasons are assigned for the t re Mitchell fight there, Ho was the best longdistance racehorBO Foh Salk, Six hogs weighing about Ladies' watches former price J? 50 now $40.00; It is said that Assassin Preudergast's mendous revulsion of public feeling in of his time and it is tilting that he John Murphy, 300 pounds each. Ladies' watches former price S35 now $27.00; New York, Iowa, MaBsachutetts and Ohio attorneys will aik for a change of venue come to tho front as our should have Ladies' watches former price $2$ now $17.50. but the most plausible of them all is when his case is called. sire. In the primo greatest native-breBenson Cobb sold to John Lang-forThe body of Jasper Gordon, a noto that tho people ignorantly in many cases of his stud career he was a horse of Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, old jack Plated Knives and forks all at the of Mt. Vernon, a and thoughtlessly in others, sought to rinus criminal, was found bauging from magnificent presence, standing nearly 17 for 5700. Richmond Climax. thoroughrebuke the party in power for the finan- a tree near Clarendon, Ark. : trotting record is now hands high. Ho was the firststand at n : The cial panic through which the country Bvthe explosion of a boiler near thiB country to did the dis- bred horse in held by Greenlander, who has just pased. They did not take time Birmingham. Ala., two men were killed regular feo of 5500 per mre. The sum This sale will be made for CASH. Hring the money along- with you. tance in 4:32 at Terre Haute. to consider that the results sprung from nnd two seriously injured. earnings of his get Blnce thj')' Independence, Iowa, will have a total of tho 1S7A up lo the legislation on the part of tho reTho stockholders of the L. & N. vo vicious public in meeting next year at which first appeared in publicans and that the democrats had ted nearly unanimously to increase its clone ol ISM, foot up 51105,774. $100,000 in stakes aud purees will lie not been in power long enough to havo capital stock to C0,000,000 , The Climax says tnat tue revenue given. been responsible for tbo conditions that Mrs. Georg Perkins, of Darstown, A fine cow belonging to Christ Ador confronted us. Fortunately for it the collections iu Hon. C. H. Bodes' district died Tuesday altera protracted illnoss of went mad the other day and cavorted consumption ami was buried Wednesfrom now will be for October were 5133 123.24. election to occur a year -- Col. Hugh Hays, father of Col. Will and tore around to such an extent that day in Butlalo Cemetery. .Besides a If you do not, try ours, We are now receiving our winter goods the real test of the strength or weakness If Con- S. Hays and and an old and prominent she hadlto be killed. of tho present administration. hnsiiand Hhe leaves four children, all of such as . A number of Lexington horsemen gress will follow the lead of the man in citizen, iB dead in Louisville. nn. npiirlv izrown. She was a de-havo clubbed in and snt four car loads vout member of tho Baptist church and citizen of J. T. Wood, a the White House, all will be well. A Texas, where they failure to do so will deluge the democra- Metcalfe county, was shot and fatally of trottors to Dallas, a good woman in every particular. will hold a combination Bale. by S. J. Huffman. wave. wounded cy in another tidal (Hudnut's,) Carolina Rice, Koerstcr Cakes and Crackers, A special from Charleston, W. Va., Toumist's Bates Hound trip tickets Tho largest iron bridge in GermaTue defeat of Hon. W. H. Miller for ny was opened Wednesday. It spans states that a racing association has been to Lookout Mountain, Tenn., Florida and the State Senate by a majority of about the Vistula and measures 1,430 yards. formed there with the object of making Georgia points, Asheville, N. C, New centre of the Orleans, La., Mexico City, Havana, etc, P. J. and Imported Maccaroni. Nice Assortment ol Candies, Fruits 300 is one of thu lamentable results of A dispatch from Jacksonville, Fla., Charleston the racing Fresh Dread every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. the late election. Ho is a well qualified claims that it is an assured fact that the State. will bo placed on sale by thc Queen ii and Nuts. bought of J. S. RoLJ Crescent Route on and after Nov. 1st, at man for the position and would have D. C. Terkune fight will take place cotton mules, made a highly satisfactory senator, but there. inson 32 greatly reduced rates. Tho Q. it C. is of them mares, at 535 30; IS of J. noted as running solid vestibuled trains for several reasons ho failed to secure Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries. The president appointed General the regular majority in his home county George D. Buggies adjutan t general of B. Vandeveer, all mares, at 537.50 and 10 to Florida and Now Orleans. Direct lino and that settled the question. Tho re- the army and R. E. Preston superinten- at Harrodsburg at 530. to the Southern Tourist Resorts. Finest Clarksville, Tenn., tiro burned trains in the South. Ask your agsnt publican member elect, Mr. J. C. Lay, is dent of the mint. At trader, for tickets over the Queen A Creecant; a man of mediocre ability and will reHenry Irving and Ellen Werry bade the barn of Ed Williams, a horse flect no credit on the party which elect- adieu to Chicagojlast week- - after taking containing 13 horsfs, several cattle and ho will quoto you rates or you can aded him. dollars. hogs, a largo lot of tobacco and stock dress W. C. Rineareon, G. P. A., Cincinin 125,000 good American feed, buggies, harness, implements, etc. nati, O. Tuesday's election settled two things They are now playing in New York. A. W. Francis has been appointed No insurance. MY Catarrh, when it has gone so far that most effectually. It made it certain that you notice a dropping from the hack ol Representatives of tobacco postmaster at Corbin, vice E. J. McKe-ban- , will bo the next republican becoming McKinley thioat, is in Kentucky and other States your head into thu have your Immediate deceased; T. T. Blanford at St. Macandidate for president and it settled Washington Wednes- serious and should removed. bold a meeting at attention. It requires a course of conHorace Boies' hash. Not even the ec- ry's, vico Miss Annie Levin Charles Manning, of Elyra, Ohio, day and adopted resolutions protesting stitutional as well as local treatment to centricity of Mr. WatterBon could ever fcr.idicatn it Goods arc- wife and her cousin against any increase in the tax on manu- make a permanent euro, even suggest the latter for a candidate Bhot and killed his thoroughly from tho system by taking his own worthless brains factured tobacco. Antiseptic; it kills thu miagain. Tho governor of Iowa tempted and then blew Manuing was suing for diA. W. Cunningham, of Clintonville, Stocktons crobes of the disease. accepted a third nomina- out. Mra. fate when he bought of W. II. Reid, of Montgomery, vorce. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stnnford. tion, It is ever thus with third termers. cattle, average weight A train loaded with provisions and' 50 Now Try ThtB. clothing has been Bent from Now York 1.415 pounds-- 30 at 3J cents and 20 at rely do It will com vou nothinir ami will utrouble you Amid tho crush of matter and tho to & the storm sufferers on the South Car-- t 3jc. J. IS. Clay bought of Mclntyro good if you have a coK'i. cold or any wreck of worlds, it is very gratifying to .jt.clieiiurlutiES. l)r King'ii.Nw ,l.,l olina coast and for the fever suflerB at McClintock, of Millersburg, 40 try - iur Oniumpuon. ...ww. and Cold.IttlU guar. :., b3CK. be able to state that Tom Pettit wont rnnnev will b per ..!,.( cattle at 53.30 Brunswick, Go. it Jut the thin8 spend the winter in Frankfort. Least-wiSutlcrer. from I.a Grippo foundand perfect recoy Tho Lyceum Theatre ot Memphis News. and under lt ue had a .needy not in tho legislative halls. He 11 Trvaample Paris Couht. U. Reessold to J. E. erv. for yourelf iutbottle good a thing It U. In WJ destroyed by fire, together with howr sum was snowed under for Senator by a maJ; Million & Berry I bottleVfree at A R. fenny', drug .lore. I.arK 18 feeders at three adjoining buildings. A fireman Clay jority of S00 or more. Verily thero is was fatally injured. Tho total loss is es- sold 54 feeders at 3.20; Stuart & Arnold tlic 50 cent and ft. 'i no bitter without some sweet. Spoolmon Casoa. timated at $300,000. sold 73 yearlings at 17.50 per head; R. Caiiel, Wh , wa. troubled S. Seymour S. Cadot, ono of tho most Roes Bold to T. J. J udy 77 yearlings at with II Clifford, New Kheumalum; hi. noraach Green A. Denham, editdr of tho "! Neuralgia & Duvall, of Scott county. wa duordered, hi. liver wa Hlfected to tin alarm, Times, has received the reward, which widely known liquor salesmen in the 3 10; Bruner he was terrihly $30 each; R. Rees told mi: decree, appetite fell away audthree bottle 01 reduced in tlesh aud strength, usually follows the finally faithful. The tSouth, was indicted on the charges of Hold 28 steers at H. Smith at 3c; Eluctnc Ilittrrs cured Kim. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? was given to embezzlement and forgery by the grand 10 yearling steers to J. "Williamsburg Kdward Shepherd, lUrri.burK, Illm l on bis leg of eight year.1 1J steers, property of Miss Mary jury at Richmond, ATa. him this week, the republican incumHitters and ll rwtr that thaOnn-bottle, of KUctrie rl Cresfnt Honl Ii H miWi lttWM.11 (.u.lnrutl i..l ),tlu,u; 1ihiIv were sold to Chas. Meng for 528.15 seven boxesthreellucklen's Arnica Salve and his Tho coroner's jury sayB that Mrs. l...rt. t 1'hirlim.tl (. IIM of bent, E. E. Watkins, being removed to whim! :'.ilmU.IliM(tl( Ncwtirl.au; I"! i.iIW. Url-- .l A Duvall, of Scott, sold 21 leir is sound and well" John Speaker, Catawba, I lo.luo.ll tu l!atUiitHtfa, AtUutu, tr Jukawivfll. I'lorUa. for him. Postmaster Den-ha- Harietta Sample, of Louisville, did not each: Bruner doctor mako room O., had livo large fever sore on liu lei; poison her son, but charges her with be- yearling steers to J. T. Estes at 2.S5; R. aid he was incurable One bottle of Uectric wo salute you SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS ric Hitters and one Sold by A. K. Arnica halve ing criminally careless in keeping tho Kern Bold 12 yearling Bieers ai io per cured him entirely. box llucltlen' fenny, lrtr-- all of ih aiwra plnti. Thrmiali Cart U VWfc.W.Wl Fhrrtr-'"C ' "" ru",,,"t 'lirona'i itkTt i InrlniMti t Klll a. Tuk Courier Journal has reached tbo poison within his reach. head: Ray & Wagner Bold 20 sheep at i Aahjvlll.. N C. In iv. ur Nw .nr t.. nn I.h Ttiaiui.l ll.it-- 1I4 fniin lltlrau. age when old maid is usually applied to Upon the request of the sheriff of $1.20 per head. Bouibon News. Irti l,"i;,,l",rll.u.lll. in the drug bus; . ..uunllou It nuUu at IxsiuWB Mr W. M. Terry, who has betn ' lth irttlfcult.t tralm u all imi, uutli. n woman, having celebrated her 25th Nelson county, Gov. Brown ordered ono The mighty Longleliow, 1110 King 01 iness at Klktoo, Ky , for the past twelve year., V IIIMUIIIKIV. "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy (Ives "t; Wednesday, but she is tho of tho companies of tho Louisville Le- racehorses, died Mouday night at Natu-r- a say.satiilactlon than any other cough medicine I birthday (Iin'l I'aas'r Aut,CIu.niiiaU. O. ter 2(i. ever sold." There is a good rcaion lor ton. No epryest one iu all creation. In fact Bhe gion to accompany the negro Phil Evans Stud, in Woodford county, aged othir will cure a cold so quickly; no other I. so cerQUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. a very faBt old girl whoso infinite va- when ho was taken from Louisville to He was bred byJJohn and Betsy Harper tain a preventive and euro lor croup; no oilier is so much relief In caes of whooping cough. property riety age does not wither nor custom Bardstown for trial on tho charge of and at their death became the For tale byV II. Mclloberts, Irti(,'gils, blancriminal assault. stale. of their nephew, Frank B.Harper. He ford, Kv. Madison elected in the hundreds. S?arcy to tlio legislature by a large majority also, notwithstanding tho democratic nominee only went in two years ago by the skin of his tee th. Stanford, Kv, Novemiier 10, Beroa Collego Dodgo for Stato Senator in 30 others were injure 1 in Chicago by a tbn Richmond district, is a famous one fast express on the Hock Island road for democracy. Hia majority is away up running into tho rear end of a Bluo Is- The triumph of John D. Goodloo ovor Fivo persons were killed and about Substantial Ifldra&eflts 6 OR 8 PAGES. Apply the Knife and Cut 'j 4'c Btrong-minde- 4 Papers Pins, 5cts. THE LOUISVILLE Ky.STORE. Stanford, d ' - SHOES AT UNHEARD OF PRICES 42,-0- 20 n, FALL AND: WINTER GOODS. o Great Clearance Sale. I - d, d two-mil- e SAME SWEEPING REDUCTION. - , three-week- s' a., jezj. FiB2irimr. Do You Get Good Coffee? well-know- n Cracked Wheat, Oatmeal, Homicy, California Canned and Evaporated Fruits, Corbett-Mitcho- ll first-clas- s two-thir- ds McKINNEY BROS., NEW GrOOIDS g -- matiu-facture- rs FALL WINTER Come and See, H. J. McROBERTS. All In. two-year-o- 1111 two-year-ol- d cwt.-Hou- rbon . I .- eo I wr" F 17 109 23 90 A post-offic- e Red-for- d stand-rX- il-r- tMt 11 1 dru-g- ut- P" 1 iU .! "'"' - I Cullf.j-iili- . V Ml J sfk& f ' (JUTtH , ifr I'M' jjM., Z r a " !- i . , '.irfRJ '- Srif Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal NovKMiiint 10, 1893 SEWING-KOO- M IUMPER. Ail in I ml HE CAUGHT THE BIRD. Jouptt'a Htory About the lllocU-idJliuiner. FOR INGENIOUS o BOYS. Stantokm, Kw, W. I'. WALTON. On thin doctors don't tlisHgreo. It limy be regarded pb nn assured fact tlint the delegates to the Tan American ConRtvFH al Washington, who travel over the Chonpcake & Ohio Unilwny will, with onu accord, praise Its scenery mid train service. There in nothing in thu way of litiNy little housewife who umla'H most lovely mountain views and jiictiiri'Hiio of her own ami her children'H gowns. valloyH ot tho Virgtnins, to coniparu In itsdiiintyck'cldnpof wlilte enamel, with that through which thu Olu'M with gilded bundles and buge bow apenkc& Oliio Kallrood pnssis. Thero perched upon one side, this roomy is nothing of historic nature in Aincrit-na great 113 a trip through tho Virginias and there 1b no other railroad in 'America Buperior to the 0. k 0 in tho smooth nccB aud stability of Its tracks, the K. I V. Vebtibule Limited being onu ol tl e famous trains of the world. Tho it Ohio pauses through Hull Bun, Manassas and other noted battlo fields and Is in all respects tho best route '0 tho West, North Weal and South-Wes- t to the National Capital. For copy of Virginia In block and while, froo and full Information regarding rates and train service, address C. B. Kyan. Assistant G. P. A , Cincinnati, Ohio. well-regulate- A Qouorous Slzod Tuckaway for Admiral Jouett tells nn odd story of Odds and Enda a blockade runner. Ho was In command of tho Mctacomet nt tho time. Henalliln hiiiI CoiirpiiUiit llouarliolil Trlllra Tho blockade runner referred to was a A (llnaa tVall locknt Which la on slippery vessel. She was so swift thnt Oriiiiiiinnt "VVIirrnTrr It My every attempt to catch her had failed. llo I'laccil. Farrugut declared that she must be taken at all hazards, and delegated tho Job to Jouett, "Jim," ho said, "I A scnslblo nnd convenient to fetch me that bird, 0110 that will tnko in all tho count on odd scraps and cutting's, in a necessity whatever happens." So It came about howlnjf-room- . In every that the Mctncomet lay In wait for s hutupcr the artful dodger on Cnmpeachy banks. An ordinary has been adapted to this purpose by a There was reason to bcliuve that sho wasto-bnbUo- t, d holled-clothe- How They Can Couatruct a Vrry hnrert MuMrnl Instrument. simple and easily made musical Instrument, after the fashion of the I'nn pipes of old ran " m"de frnni hardened plaster of parls. Take two thin strips of board 12 inches long and 1J inches wide; place A n. axovuig Incident. Atninblo Husband (who has juht finished moving) Whero are my bllppers, POSTED. Tliia rjetlce forewnrna huntem, fiahcrrocc tot t tr"r"tt 00 cur Irida without permission, at All auv.h will be protecuted to the full ett rxteatot the law Signed: and-iih- dear? Wife They came nlong with tho third loud, nnd that load wont to tho garret. Husband And where Is mv pipe? Wife You'll find it in one of tho barrels of crockery in tho cellar. Husband And where is mycomband T. D VKW1.AND. M. I.ACKOWITZ. W.H.HAYS. O C LYON. K HHHMhOyWQWaO i' 1 TT hair brush? Ches;i-peak- o would come that way before long. Meanwhile the commander of the warship set to worlc to transform his craft in such a manner that her own builder would not have recognized her. The first thing ho did was to paint a broad streak all nrouud her hulL Then he hoisted spars aloft and arranged (hem so as to look like double topsail yards, such as merchant men carried IJy such devices the In those days. vessel was made to resemble a Mexican trader. Shu was anchored near tho shoals, as If trying to catch fish. So she was, but It was a very big one she was after. The guns were covered with Wirpaullns for a further disguise, and it was ordered that no uniforms should Ihi worn on deck. The commander put on his oldest clothes. In short, nobody would have surmised that a warship armed to the teeth was concealed beneath such an innocent Wife Jane packed them In tho kitchen stove with the children's shoes. Husband (mentally soliloquizing) What a woman my wife isl She Is the 6mnrtest woman in Harlem. She never went to college and yet she knows ev- cry thing. Texas Si f tings. Tlif Doct'ir 011 FRF.DBAUMANK. I. WHITE. I 1TTK C. HALL T PETER IIAI.MKR. IS PHILLIPS. J. E nitUCE j DR. W. ' PENNY Dentist. 13. , ' Ottice South tide Mam tiref-t- in office recco acated hy Dr. L F Huffman, Stanford, Ky 'HHHKHHHHUHHHHJ-Iii- l u u.u u uuuuuuuuuuuu RG1 Patroness said , You have frequently bicycling for invalids, and yet you have just advised my sou to get a bicycle. Doctor 1 that you do not recommend SssssssssS S Swift's Specific S s s Blood and Skin s s Diseases s s s s s s s s s s s s s s A Tested Remedy M I " -- ,$& " 111 - .,, FIO. 2. COM pneumatic tire. "Oh, that sort of tire makes ji difference, I presume." Carrying "A very great difference. the wheel bock and forth to the repair shop will be most excellent exercise, madam." Good News. II told him to got one with a for aii ti FISJ? Fin. 1. THE MOLD. MKNT TUB IN8T11U- - caco. Additional tralna for Welch and Intermediate Utionaon Klkhoro leave llluefield 4 ao p m dal Kenova ami Cclumlut, U.. Chicago and all poinlt Writ, 1'ullman Wp(f oa 900 Ji m train lor Chi article lends an addcnl utr of prcttinesa to the furnishings of tho apartment, Schedule fept 3, i9J It stands hi one corner, Is twenty-eigh- t Inches high, and looks, with lta NORTON DAILY LKAVK 10.15(1 m forOrahain, llluefield, l'ocahoulu generous proportions, so delightfully accommodating that even the most Lynchburg, Richmond and Notlolk. Sleeping Cart Iron lllunfielil to .Notlolk and caroler clipper is tempted to tuck KadTord; !o rrora Lynchburg 10 Rlclimond Train lor rocaliouta, I'owhatanaud p(oodn down In its hospitable depths the will leave llluefield daily at 7 oa a m, t 03 in and r.crups whloh would otherwi.se find a 4 10 p m Leac llluefield 700am and 9 cm p m daily for home upon the floor. worry thut scrap basket bus saved mo," earnestly declares Its mistress. "I only wonder how I ever xnunaged to Jog along without It, Why, do you know, two dreadful little furrows were being plowed right between my eye with the worry of trying to find u lodging for my dress cuttings. Tho mg Ixigs were overflowing, the ash barrels filled yrith other debris, and as a result I wandered ubout after each y bit of sewing, trying to find a for my Any housewife can, ly the purchase nf a good-sireclothes hamper, which may be coated with some delicate enamel, set up one of trie trouble-Bayinreceptacles, and, when the basket has established its worth as a sewing-rooadjunct, she will bless the woman who started tho helpful idea on Its tuck-awaleft-overs- ." d NHorfolk!Kes!ernll.R SKWINO-UOO- IIAMI'KIL "Nobody knows how much fuss and Trains arrive at Nortoulrom the Eat dally at p in S Vjr fuitlur Information aa 10 achodulci, rati a Ac, apply to agents of Norfolk A Wettern Rail . W, ll.HKVIt.L, roaJor Gin. Pan. Act Itoanokr, Va M K. Trav. Tan, Agent IK VOU ARK GOING IIRAOG, NORTH TIIK, WEST, When the smoke of a steamer was seen at the expected point on the Jouett was confident that the game was in sight. lie even went so far as to interview the steward in relation to bill of fare, saying that he meant to entertain the cuptain of that blockade runner nt dinner the sume evening. The latter craft slowly rose to the horizon. When she came rvithln a couple of nautical miles, the Mctacomet hoisted the Mexican flag. The strunger rc.sxmdcd by running up French colors. She had no suspicion of the true character of the foe that was lying In wait. With the utmost confidence sho steamed past, and her astonishment must have been great when the Metacomet fired ti gun across her bows. In a moment the ship of war was revealed In her true character, her decks crowded with men and her armament unveiled. Her commander's invitation to dinner for that evening was not refused by the captain of thu blockade runner. lloston hor-riso- n, 11 exterior. r Litre. Transcript. IMS Louiavilic 4 NaiMVinc R. R. la lh line far you, at g m iu Double Daily Trains Make clou connections at L0UI8VILLE And CINCINNATI For all pninta. THROUGH TICKETS SOLI). IIAGGAGK CIIKCKKI) TIIROUUII For any ioformillon t.inulre of JOr.S lllCK. Agent, Stanford, Ky Or TV. W. I'KNN.Trav Pan Agent, Junction C.ly, Ky rounds. Thu glass wall pocket here illustrated Is nn uttructivu ornament for g-room or boudoir. The three panes required for this pocket are of graduated siznn. Thu first is UK Inches wide at the top and .Mf high, the second 10,V by 4j Inches, the third 10 inches by 4 inches, the width of all Is 8f Inches. A nprlg of three hedge roses is painted in oils over the stnullest pane, answering corner and butterflies on the two larger Ones. The panes ure bound sittinboa-queta HARD NUT TO CRACK. How Many of Our Young; lleailara JCan Stilrtt Tlila Problem? Here Is an Interesting puzzle which Samuel ZelulF, of West Brighton, Stutcn Island, sends to the New York Recorder. How many of the little men and women cun solve it? Draw u square, and divide it Into 40 small squares by ruling six lbjes-with- K I I I i , I I I ,'1 , L.y 1' 1 U--J. I I 1 .t- -, T"7 1 7r j s. 1 vh s .) untoMrLHivi: ot uniu RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, And all other Kantcru Cillei. Shor'oat Line between Louisville, TIIK SyUAKH IIIrrz.r.K. I 11 I v liattcin l'ouiu. Lexincton'and IN F.FKKCT NOV. 1. 1S9J F.ASTnOUNI). I.ve. Islington 7 Itpm Atlantic Ktproia No Jt, daily Midland Accommodation, No. 6. . Sun.1l.40am 610pm Vettihuled Kaprrti, No 4 daily Mt. Sterling Accom , No 18, ca.Suu. 55l'm 7 WESTBOUND Arr, l.eamgtonLeaington Accom,, No 17, ea Sun. Louuvllle Kaprcia No 11, daily.. I.eiington Accom, No 13, ex Sun . Veitibulcd Kapreti No: ij. daily.... . vvy'''yf"'"""'""y"'m'''r-jjtmAii iijiiiTiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiji J l.4cpiu 4 35 jjii iiJLr ijpm r 6. 10pm Solid Vratibuled Tralm with Dining Can N. nut tranters. Through Slwepers from Leaingtan wilheut change. H.W. FULLFR, V. II RYAN, Gen. I'ati. Agt, Att't Oen. Haaa. Act., Washington, O, C Cincinnati. (U.AHH WAI.I. rOCKKT. s with grren ribbon of an Inch wide, stretched tight ut the nidus, where they are pasted down with Isinglass, then bewn over at the corners, nnd sewn together lastly along tho three edges below In herring-stitcwith green silk, says a writer In the Season. The upper parU of the panes aro drawn together with a piece of ribbon drawn iu tight. Pieces of ribbon IS Inches long, starting from a bow and drawn through an ivory ring, fasten tho pocket to the wall. three-fourthh y fc N. RnKTiKTWi.Tira. mm :iUai jfH-T" -'- " x ' jm I 'In I f tib.C2riiTM.TNGTT I Vmr aapecuuak. t mb a J curesalD I rMTiijBu I DISEASES?! tiyliasS- wkt l PR. I Hflr-flBE- JH9 WJ iw ! Ml It to my friends. derived arrest benefit from Its use. Mas. Matilda Lasjom, reorla, III. licit remedy I bsvo oyer used for Irregular Mil. G. Jrrr, menstruation. Selma, Col. November, 1888. I haTO suffered ft gnat deal from Female Troublet, and think I am completely cured by Bradfleld'e Female Regulator. Mas. Emma j". Bwobd, Mansfield, O. All WWVM Have utcd and recommended ' mmmA.-- ma m m W VJ ." Book "To Woman" mailed free. For tale by all Drugglata. BHUOflKLD ItEQULATOn Atlanta, Oa. CO., . 'Oa: r ? . BeT . 'ni HiiKn afv iiMiuraeiTV TTrtll A.U UlllllinilUldl LUHKI LEXINfiTQN.KY. CI)tapt3t&tt8utin$s$ Colltgein tht World' r4M Haak-kaaal- 4TX W"WT"W AT It it Hau. iinniiUnJuUilaiiiluai. Xtailj l.OUOeiadtaU aanaaUr. is TeKt.n pl;l. OMisfFall Hala;aa thought and a little kindness are often 'aras. loaiaa'ai xmiu.n. a.4 Skia.4. aiur .iiwhi f larabr tf?& aj worth piora titan a great deal of Oradyaua .tfal, Na f Mil, ia n aria a KiaiiB llhaat Haaarajatvaatrai mmim Correct Way ot DreMlna;. In tho purchasing of fall costume there aro many things to consider in regard lo color. The browu-halrebrown-eyewoman can wear all shades of brown and look winsome Hid sweet, but she of the light eyes and palo face should flee it as she would the smallpox. Black will make tho wearer look more Blonder, but will, also make her look older, nnlesH relieved by some bright color. Jled is the most charitable of all colors. It will brighten up a dull face, and many a hopelessly plain girl has been made to blossom as the rose in a gown of thin huo. It is also becoming alike to blonde and brunette, if care is taken iu selecting the right shade. Charity Wisely Beatoned. How often it is difficult to be wisely charitable to Jo good without multiplying the sources of evil. To give alms is nothing unless you give thought also. It is written, not "blessed is he fJiat feedeth the poor," but "blessed is lia that consldereth the poor." A little 11 d, d 1 WILBUR R. SMITH. LKXINQTON, KY. kW- - the sqnure each way, equal distances apart. Then write in each square a figure, from 1 to 111, iu such order that thu sum 175 will Ihj found by adding those In the row from the upper right-hancorner to the lower left, from tho upper left to the lower right, anil from side to side along the discovered by Alonzo do Ojcda, who acmiddle row, and up and down on the companied Columbus on his second middle row. So figure is to be written voyage to this continent. In 1409 he undertook an Independent vo3ago to twice. The dotted lines in the drawing show explore the northern part of South the rows to Iks added so as to make 175 America, and he took with him Amerigo Vespucci, who wrote a graphic aceneh. count of the expedition. The followThoughtful Mumming Tltrd. ing extract from a translation of VesHumming birds are very shy and pucci's work gives the origin of tho fleet of wing, and It. is difficult to name Venezuela, and tells of tho conmaku their acquaintance. A gentle- nection between the curious village man, who had a rare opportunity to discovered there and the name Venewatch a mother bird and the tiny nest zuela: "Proceeding along the coast, which she hud built near his room, they arrived at a vast gulf resembling says that one day, when there was a a trauquil lake, cntoring which they heavy shower coming up, jiibt as tho beheld on the eastern side a village first drops fell, tho mother came flut- the construction of which filled them tering home, seized a lurge leuf which with surprise, it consisted of twenty grew on a tree near by, drew it over large houses shaped like bells, aud her nest iu a way to completely cover built on piles driven into the bottom It, then wont buck to whatever work of thu lake, which in this part is limpid she had been about when the coining and but of little depth. Each house storm disturbed her. The wutchcrs at was provided with a drawbridge and tho window wondered why the leaf canoos . . . From thu rcsemblanco to did not blow away. They found It the Italian city, Ojcda gave the bay hooked to a tiny stick just inside the the name of the Gulf of Venice (Vene-zln).- " nest. The storm was over, tho mother Tho country itself was aftercame home, unhooked the green cur- wards called Venezuolu, or Little Ventain she had bo perfectly put up, and ice, tho original Indian name being found her babieB all dry. Coqulbacoa. In Lake Muracaibo, south of the buy Compliment Intended. An American is reproached for say- of Venezuela, slmilur pile buildings ing: "llow do you do, miss?" to one of are still erected by the Goajolr Indians. the daughters of tho prince of Wales but why not? since Mr, Gladstone alFrench Foliteneae. ways addresses her majesty as "mum." During tho recent meeting of the Of another American an odd story is French and English ships at Now York told of his meeting with a deposed the following story, illustrative of o Italian princeling: marine manners, was related, A United States minister had, with strangely enough, by a French officer: due form, presented this American to An English admiral who was once his serene highness, the duke of Bo- visiting a French flagship laid down logna. his quid on a convenient bulkhead "Ah, glol to meet you, air," said tho entering tho officer's quarters. American; "I don't remember that I When ho came out again he was astonever heard of you before, but I've long ished to find tho quid in the placo had tho greatest admiration for the where he had left It, sausages you make in your town!" "Pooh!" said he. In the hearing of soma of the sailors, "you Frenchmen A Great Writer. Teacher Narno somo great writer of will never bo truo sealogs. No Engnow, would ever have lish former times. let an admiral's quid alone." Boy Spencer. Whereupon one of the French sailors Teacher (surprised) You have been a clo&er student than I thought, Willie. stepped up, touched his cap, and said: "Beg pardon, admiral; 1 was chewNow tell the elasa what you know of ing your quid htle you were iu there, Spencer's writings. Boy Ho wrote Good bit I put it back, you know, when I heard you coming outl News. ill d old-tlmbe-fo- She Why do you say that you are ! sorry thnt you didn't marry me years For Ladirs or Gentlemen before you did? You hate me and I know it. He Well, if I had married you before, I'd have known better than to According to results accomplished; marry you when I did see? Truth. in addition to a liberal commiEcion of Keclprocltjr. twenty per cent. His Friend Don't you think it disastrous for two such notorious spendAI&o thrifts to marry? Her Friend By no means; they'll GUESS PREMIUMS preferred. drive each other to economy When the plaster Is hard tear away simply ofcslx months! Puck. inside FOR SUBSCRIBERS. tho wooden frame and remove the paMight Sounds. per tubes. No Impossibilities or Uncertainne Do you hear the rustle of the Tho tubes, corners and mouthpiece may be carved to suit the fancy. leaves? ties. Every thing Fair, HonorShe Yes; and ici't it strange that For arranging the scale insert corks in the lower ends of holes, beginning when we can hear so distinctly such a able, Plain and Positive. with thelowest note nnd pushing each gentle sound we can't hear the bark See programme in the succeeding cork higher, as required. of the tree! Brooklyn Life. The lime mixed with the plaster will It Vi the Other Vj. make it almost as hard as marble. It. Mr. Biggleswade My dear, how on T. Carlton, In St. Louis Republic. earth did you ever choose such an awkward, slatternly, ignorant creature as BUILT UPON PILES. that new servant-girl- ? of our Fourth Annual Contest among l A tjurrr Village at the Mouth of Mrs. Biggleswade My love, I didn't the Mlailaalppl. Agenta for largest clubs. choose her. She chose me. Puck. Among the 05,000,000 people In the " An Agency for tho "Weekly An Evergreen. United States there arc probably not " Tti" autumn lint", In red siirt gold," 600 outside of tho locality who are Enquirer is a profitable business. It ia He aald, "aro coming soon, I ween.' aware that at the mouth of the Missis" 'Tls true," said she, "and pity 'tis sippi thero is a little village built upon the best school in the world to preparo That you still s'tay a perfect pre en." wooden piles standing far out In the Detroit Free Prrss. one for .a business contact with tho water. This village, which is called WITHOUT UAUSIC Ilalize, is reached from thu mainland public, a stepping-stonto business by canoes or bouts, and its inhabitants qualification aud future prosperity. have to climb n kind of pole ladder to get to the doorways of their homes. We want good Ajjents to solicit for This is probably the only place in thu The inducements ar subscriptions. United States "in which "pile dwellings" occur; but all ulong tho Veneextra good. zuelan coast and ut the mouths of the Orinoco and Amazon similar villages ENQUIiJER COMPANY, are frequently met with, many of them CINCINNATI, O. being inhabited bj the Indiun fishing tribes of the Amazon estuury. These strunge Inhabitants were first ono over thu other with equal distancos betwoen tho holes. Tuck two other strips, tho same width and 8 Inchon long, to tho ends, making- a frame as in Fig. 1. Next mnko IU little cylinders to fit tho holos, each 8 Inches or more In length. These rods are easily mude by rolling slice ta of writing paper to the required size. When tho rods nre completed Insert each through two opposlto holes In tho frame. (Fig. 1.) Place this frame, with the rods run through the holes, side down on a board or other fiut, smooth surface; lay a board with un Inch hole in its center on tho upper side of tho frame, and now tho motd Is ready for tho plaster. Mbc five parts of good plastcrof parls and one port of lime with water and pour through the hole in tho top board. Tho plaster should bo quite soft, so as to run freely and fill all parts of tho mold. Tho piaster may bo poured In without the top board and carefully levolcd off at the top of the frame if - IIhiI a llonicliko Sound. Chicago Bootblack See de old hulks Watch me fetch wid do him. (Raising his voice.) Dazzling brilliancy imparted to pedai covertures for a reasonable pecuniary compensaeye-glasse- A reliable cure for Contagious Blood Poison, Inherited Scrofula and Skin Cancer. As a tonic for delicate Women and Children It hat no equal. Belnc purely vegetable, is harm leaa in lta effects. A trratlan on Blood and Skin Diseases niallrd rnr.E on application. tion while jou llngerl The Old Hulks (from Bpston) boy. Chicago Tribune. Klxlit Again. Druyoisti Sell It. m 1 Here, Judge. Mrs. Van Lamp That Mrs. Van Gamp must aggravate her husband dreadfully. I dare say when he told her of your losses in that last break in stock she said: "I told you so." Van Lamp She did. so. Mrs. Van Lamp I told u ssssssss GOOD PAY ! SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, 0a.'' 'f i' ? FOR GOOD WORK! Ilia Argument. $5 to $500 Cash! 4 I 1 , 1 1 j Weekly Enauirer Lm-atet- - e f 1 ti TOUR FUTURE 0 " don't know what you've got to grunt about. You don't have to go to Sunday sc1kk1 and you don't have Boy I lessons to study! A Life. out to see a flock of sheep he had, and the friend was particularly Interested in a flue ram. "What is he?" he asked. "A Southdown." "What's his name?" "Oleomargarine." "Olcomurgarine? What do you call him Ilia Nam. Detroit man took a friend of his Tkv "Qr aw "Because he Is such a rank butter," and then they went In and took a horn apiece. Detroit Free Press. (Irlndins Frofrantoii. "Hullo, Bobbetter! How Is literaA that for?" "Oh, I've given it up!" "Indeed? Writing too laborious?" "No. The writing was easy enough; but reading it over afterward got to be a bore." Puck. a balloon ascent She I have no objection, love, only don't forget to bring me something nice when you come back. Fliegende ture?" ne Wifey, love, I am tuking part In Force of Uablt. Blatter. Correct. "Jimmle, how many quarters equal a dollar?" asked Jlmmle's teacher. ' "None of 'cm, ma'am," replied Jimmle, "because 3ou told us n part couldn't never equal the whole." Harper's Bazar. Same Old Story. blue-jacke- t, copy-bouk- a. Lover Darling, I suppose I'll have to say good night. Beloved Yes, clearest It Is now ten o'clock, aud you really must not think of staying after twelve. Town Topics. Iu a I'oaltion to Know, , "He says he owes you a licking, does be? Well, you'll never get it." "How do you know?" "Put hi tailor." Chicago Trtbuu. length of the LINK OK LIFK Imlicatea probable to which yon will live. Each BRACKLET pivei you thirty year. LINK OV HKAD denote brain power ; clear LINK OP VUUTUNK. fame or richts. Both combined sea auccesa in life; bnt you mutt keep np with modem Ideai to win It. You will find plenty of theae la Iemoret'e Family Magazine, ao attractively patented that every member of the family ia entertained. It ia a dozen migoilnea In one. A CLEAR LINK OF HKAUT bespeaks tenderness; a straight LINK Or FATK, peaceful life; the reverse if crooked. A LINE OK HEALTH apares you doctors' bills ; so will the health hints iu Demorest's. Ho other magazine publishes to many stories to Interest the home circle. You will be subject to extremes of bleb, spirits or despondency if yoo have tho OinOIJC OK VKNUH well marked; keep np roar spirit by having Demortst'a Magazine to read. By tubscnblog to it for ISM you wUI receive a gallery of exquisiU work of art of great value, besides the superb premium picture, 17it Inches, " I'm a Daisy!" which It almost a real baby, and equal to the original oil painting whlcli con 300, and yon will bavs a magazine that cannot lie eqnalert by any In the world for IU beautiful Illustrations and aubject matter, that will keep you posted on all the topics 0 the day, and all thu fads, and different items of interest about the household, besides furnishing imeresUng reading matter, both grave and gay. for the whole family ; and while Demorest's is not fashion aagazln, tta fashion pases are perfect, and yon get with It, free of cost, all the patterns you wish to use during the year, and In any size you choose. Send la your subscription at once, only $3 00. and you will really get over 3.00 ia valne. Address the pub. 14lh St., lUhcr, W. Jennings Demortst, 15 New York. If yon are anacqualntcd with the Magazine, send for a specimen copy. A large muana honesty: a large TliJANOI.H, generosity; lonr FIRST DIVISION OK TIIUM1I, strong will; LONG SECOND DIVISION, reasoa-lo- g faculty. The MOUNT OK JUPITKR betoken ambition ; that of SATURN, prudence : the SUN, loveofaplensur: afAUS.couragc; at OON, Imagination ; VENUS. kve f pkasurt ; and MKKCURY, kuUIHgenca. Take our advice as above and yoa will be sure U pMtM tfet last and &M( vaJMbkt IS IN YOUR OWN HAND. ralmlttry siinmcf to tell what the lines in jour hand indicate. It will amuse you. If nothing store. Ttie abote dlii'rara altnoct explain Itaelf. Tbo ae Well-marke- d r F weU-Jefla- 1 I 1 :, at 1 . QUAD-1IANQL- E ejiaHty. , . . , . , ,.; I: .. S'.!V,'I. ffrftfj. -- !. Yf ! lipiW TV yVg ' lift N llnA " - ''"tyW t "i . 4 r to 1 f B i ' s - L: i very small amount of money that came to me for yon after tho salo of the farm has been moro than consumed by my charges for board, washing and care. You owe me money yousrelf." BEFORE THE WAR. "I shall put my claim in tho hands BY J.A.S. XfJRVKriEI-XlN- r FITT8. of a lawyer." "Go ahead," ho said, defiantly. fio nc coxtinced. "Well, Deacon Halleck that's tho end of that business, for tho present. You'll hear from my lnwyer in due CHAPTER V. time. There's something elm I want THK TAMING OF A UXD SITJMtK. to talk about." I had no definite plan as to how I He turned his back upon me, and was to accomplish iny darling wish of busied himself again at his desk. jPoinB1 to Mr. Hostock. The landlord "Your barn was burned last Decemwas a clever sort of man who thoroughly disliked the deacon, and, ns ho ber." He wheeled his chair sharply about. had been quite friendly with my "What of that?" it occurred to me that I could "I know who set it afire." claim his hospitality for n little while, "Tou do?" till I could pet the means to pay him. "Yes." deI found him alone, and briefly His defiant manner was scribed whnjt had happened. I thought wrinkles ot his face quiveredgone; the and ht he would go into convulsions. His fat had hard work to return my steady bides shook with laughter. "Well, now, that's glorious! The look. "Well " and then came a pause. ,bcst tiling' I've heard for a year. Tried "Who did it?" !to lick you, did ho Mould you really "You did it." hare knocked him down with the ne jumped up, strode to and fro, stool "Indeed I should, If he'd come with- shook his list at me and poured out a torrent of words. in reach of it." "You rascally young liar! What do "Hut did you really and truly cnll you mean, coming here and insulting ' him a ennting old hypocrite?" mo with such a ridiculous story? Do "Yea." "Well, I'm poor enough; but I'd have you suppose you can blackmail taenu in tli is way? I'll have vou arrested giren live uoiiars to near it. llic man I IN DIXIE'S LAND good name, think of my position in so ciety nnd the ohnrchl" I assured him that I would not mention the accusation, and left him in his terror and misery. Tho next morninff the village was horrified to hear that Deacon Halleck had committed suicide. He was found hanging by the neck to the rafters in the garret. Fear, I think, not conscience, had destroyed him. OIIAPTmt VL A HWArrOI.VrXKXT AKD A WELCOME. r, r ., I t' .t t As soon as the landlord's indignation had cooled, ho gave me an explanation that surprised me. He snid that the mortgage on which my father's fnrm was sold was small in amount, and that tho farm sold well. There was a surplus, which had been paid into the hands of Deacon Halleck, as my orphans." His wrath, and his fears, too, a his once. You're welcome to stay here till you can do better. Did the deacon say face plainly showed, choked his words I quietly took vU.iir. anything- about settling with you?" "I'd advise you to take it cool, fairl "Settling? I don't understand." you suppose he owes you You'll remember we've done talking "Don't about my claim; we aro on another money?" subject now. I merely say to you that "Wlint for?" "Why he's your guardian; or was. I have tho evidenoo that you burned Hasn't he ever said anything to you your own property to realize a large about the state of j'our account, or insurance on it. I shall go from here given you any money?" "Jferer What do you mean?" "The old shark! He's trying to swindle you, as lie has some other - heard the truth about himself for 111" fiW IT guardian. A was here last night, talking about it. lie says that, with a liberal allowance for your board and for guardian's fees, the deacon ought to have five hundred dollars for you." "Five hundred dollars!" I faltered. "How am I to get it?" "Ah there is the (roublel I suppose Tom Brough has no business to blob the secrets of tho ofllce; but when he has a glass in, he'll tell me anything. lie says that Deacon Uulleck has made a great deal of money out of estates, and defrauded many widows and orphans, by large bills, delays and all He says that kinds of is just what will happen tQ you. No matter, Dorr; I'll stand by you. I'll get some lawyer or other to take your case, and you can stay with me till it' s. "Tom Brough, the lawyer's clerk, wpsfSeS OH, DOItH, nOX'T I1ETRAT MKt" ' c f 4 s lyji ( over, and scowled us he saw me. "What brings you back here?" he demanded. "I was in too great a hurry to leave, just now. I've come back to have a settlement with you." He turned sharply, and faced me. "What do you ineun?" "I want you to account to mo as my late guardian. It's my belief that there's as much as five hundred dollars coming to me." A contemptuous smile curled his thin lips. deed! thing." "He's capable of swearing to anything; and you'll have to takt your chances with him, of course. Hut I'd follow him up." "He's ricli and has position and influence; I'm nobody;" I said, continuing to pile up the obstacles. "You have friends, I tell you! Just take my advice!" "Thank you, .Mart, I believe I'll try another way first." "What way?" A sudden inspiration had seir.ed me. "I can't tell you; it's between the deacon and me; I'm going right back to see him." It was not more than an hour from the time that I left the home of my late guardian when I entered it , again. 1 here was a little den on the dining-roowhere dcucon kept a desk, the pigeon-hole- s of which were tilled with his notes, leases and mortgages. I knew his habits, and relied upon finding him here at that hour. He looked up from some accounts that he was poring m decided." I sat pondering on this revelation. "It'll take time," I said. "Yes of course." "And perhaps the deacon might make it appear that he don't owe mo any- fort: "You haven't any proof. I'll talk witli you no more about it." 1 thought the game was lost, but I resolved to play it to the end. "Very well," I said. "You defy me to make a criminal complaint against you. I will do it at once." I turned and walked out of the house. A window was raided, und I hcaid the deacon's voice calling .rat! back. I hud triumphed! When I was again alone with him he locked the door. "This is all very absurd and foolish," he kaid. "Of course I never set fire to my barn, and if you know anything about it you know that I did not. But I halting between fear and bluster. "Preposterous!" he muttered. I said nothing. "Who do you expect to believe this silly story?" "I refuse to discuss that. It will be time to tulk about that when my proofs are presented." "What are your proofs?" "You'll know in due time." He hesitated, then said, with an ef- to a magistrate and make complaint. I should If you know of nny reason-wh- y not you had better state it." He sat down and stared hard at me. He tried hard to conceal his thoughts; but I saw plainly that his mind was V 1 '. "You're getting along fnmou&ly, inWhat other gossip have you heard over at the tavern?" "Will you settle with me?" "Look here .you impertinent jaeka-naucThen is nothing to settle. The s! f it y IK N; r? manded. "Your own guilty conscience, Mr. Halleck! I have heard it whispered twenty times, since that night, that you burned your property tuget a high rnte of insurance. I have suspected you, as well us others; but I kneic no more than tlley, which was just nothing. But as soon as I charged you with it, conscious guilt looked out of your face. You were made to be a small rascal, deacou; you can't conceal a crime. I predict that you'll betray yourself after I have gone." The anger with which he heard the Saxiiv's QuKimv to Incikrsoll. This beginning of my declaration changed' beautiful song (words and music regular to abject terror as I went on. Ho sheet music size) will be mailed to any- wept, wrung his hands,, almost grovone encloinv Co in stamps to D. G. Ed- elled at my feet. "O Dorr.don't betray me!" he whined. wards, General Passenger Agent, C. II. "Think of my family, think of ray & D. It. K., Cincinnati, Ohio. "Look up and not do wu," if you're a Every one of the bodily troubles that come to women only has a guaranteed cure in Dr. Price's Favorite prescription. That will bring yon sale and certain help. It's a powerful general, as well as uterine, tonic and nervine and it builds up and invigorates the entire female system. It regulates and promotes all the proper functions, improves digestion, enriches the blood, briuits refreshing sleep and restores health and strength. For ulceration, displacements, bearing down sensations, periodical pains and all "female complaints," "Favorite Prescription" is the only guaranteed remedy. If it over fails to benefit or cure, you have your money back. Buffering woman. "Yes." "What will there be then to prevent you from milking your foolish com plaint?" "There will bo nothing, Deacon Halleck. Understand inc. I know what compounding a felony is. and I'm doing nothing of the kind. I make no bargains. But you'll probably agree that my evidence against you in a criminal case would not be worth much if it was shown that I had, just been making an amicable settlement with you, nnd that I had received from you the full amount claimed against you as guardian." "You're a keen one," he said. "Do you mean to stay here?" "No. I am going south very soon. I may never return here." He turned to his desk and wrote oft a receipt for live hundred dollars, in full of all claims agaiiust him as guardian. I signed it. From a drawer of his desk ho took a package of bills, and counted out the amount. He watched mo till I had counted it and put it away. "What was your proof?" he de- over my accounts with you; possibly I do owe you something. Suppose I pay you the five hundred dollars claim, will you tell me what evidence you have that 1 burned the barn?" don't court trouble. I haven't been ufterward." My curiosity ami interest were thoraECCCCCal !l.aE oughly aroused: but hunger makes EEEEC I did full justice to the everythingyiehl. substantial meal set before me by tho BSmmmmEl 'rBEmmmmvEvEmmmmmmmmmr. old negro "Mammy," with great rings in her ears und turban about her head. I was exhausted with Dr Appleroii orV, now perthe day's ride, and still anxious to hear manently located formerly of New , it iKrulualo Ky ill I what Mr. Dorion had to tell me about ofllcllevue Hospital nuiaville, College, New York Mediral Hostock. Hut for awhile I hud to sit City, the moit riouljU itittiiution of itt Uml in America. He hit undo a tpeual itudy of the with the ladies in the parlor. Thrv sang and played for me, and I told them EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT. der all round." much about the north which was new "But how fur and what road?" and strange to them. It was about And chronic lieien in the srrit ilellrtuc and "It's a right smart ways. I .pecs as nine o'clock before I found myself Cliaiily Hotpitalt, New York City, and the re much us five or sevenTeen miles. Yo'go alone on the veranda with the planter. tul I if thit experience aro many plitnnrnin.il curct all over the Stale. He lucieiifully treaii up to de bluff road, an' yo' follow him "The man you came here to find," he down right smart; deii yo' branches off Acute and Chronic Catarrh, friemr. at do Muddy Corners; after awhile yo' said, "wuh one of my dearestme, from He has been estranged from Kinging In Kan, dnfueif, dueairt i f the eyt,.ear, turns to de right, an' den yo' axe de everybody, for moro than five years. I throat, liinga,atmach( liver, kidney, ur nary'rnd ycay! 0, yo'll Hud him." bladder, nervoua prostration, Uiabclci, dyipeptla, gather, from whatyoii say, that it is as conallpation, rheumatiim, paralyilt, eplleiity or Not much encouraged by this rather long as that since you have heard from fit, llemorroida, pilet, cured without Lnifr No cloudy direction, but glad to find him." pain ami no detention from work, somebody who hud some faith in the "Rather longer." Yontiff snd Middle Aged Men existence of the object of my search, I "I incidents about him which took a night's rest The morning found none recall a but friend would remember. tufferlnz fron pcrmatorrhea and impntncya me early astir. I succeeded in hiring Among other things, I remember dis- the remit oi aelf.abute in youth cr excest i i ma a mule, being assured that there was tinctly his showing mo and other the your letter, ture yrars elfecta, auchcauietproducinz aotao of defollowing a emitiiout, blotchet, no other mode of carriage practicable, telling me about your fatherand your- bility, ncrvoutnrai, dizrtncia, confutiou ofldeaa. und nftfjr breakfast I mounted ami self, and saying and apxual defective that you were a line avera on to acciety, unfiu thn nirmuty for butine'a victim cxhatittion which pushed out on my quest fellow; thut he should have you down or narriige, cured by remediea The reader who has ever tried to here some day and mnko a planter of rot mjciri ti,aie make his way over the roads of the you. Hut I fancy that you might ns south of thirty years ago, to say noth- well end all your dreams of his favor Blood Skin Diseases. ing of a later day, and to gain infor- right here." mation as ho progressed about disAt Syphilit, Scrofula, Stricture Gleet, etc., I that tances and localities, will not be sur- facesaw by the moonlight Sorely his fine cured by never failing remedies, was thoughtful. disapDlteaaeaof women. auch at Leucnrrhea. Dalnlul prised to learn that 1 consumed the pointed I Menttruation, Displacement of Wnmb, bearing as I whole of that long June day in finding was burning jvas by these tidings, back, to hear more. Ho pres- down punt in carrietrelieved portable time. all lilt The Doctor Inttmmentt the plantation of my search. Doubts, ently went on to explain himself. and cornea prepared lo examine the mott obtcurr ignorance, und very little positive inAll that is contained in chapter first medical and urglcal cites, He undertakea no incurable diteatea but Cur formation, were surprisingly mingled. of this narrative I thus heard for the hundreds given up to die. Had not the patience of my mule been Correspondence solicited Addrrst matched by my own, I thiuk I should first time. It was told me, of course, J. S. APPLHMAN.M. D. in different language, but all the deJiavo turned back in dfcspair before Louisville, Ky, Write for Health Journal, frcn. meridian. Whether white or black tails wero given. . I listened with were inquired of, the general uncer- breathless interest. When tho planter tainty was the same. Some had heard had finished that account, he paused, 83090KKK of Mr. llostock; some had not Of and seemed for tho moment reluctant those who had heard of him, some to proceed. I A "Hut what," I eagerly asked, "was lt worth of lovely tuiulo for forty allf.UU cents. Ill) uiuot. full slip. I.e.! thought he had been killed some way; 'quality, alicul muilouf the l.te.t.tuuitnop. the quarrel about? What was Mr. they could not tell how. Others lularunU ipnrklltiK and vocal Inttrumomal offetlse?" iiiflees.alluotteii ut) in tho most oleuantmnn. thought he had moved away sometier. Including four lurpo alio portraits, via: IHs answer filled me with surprise. CiirnitMirllH, Ilia Kpanlsli dancer; I'aderowskl where, they knew not where. Still tlioumalu.t pianist; Adella t'attl.nnd Mrs, "It Is all a mystery. I knew vcrj others there were who wero sure that Dion ilouclruult, the popular beauty. Ail. little about it, then. I know no more dross all urara to NEW villlK MUrtlCAL Mr. Bostock still lived on tho big planKCIIO. llroadwav '1 beatre llulldlng, N. Y. now. I believe it would be better for tation, but whether it was five miles you iC8DDQJO8-83ffiS-Caa- 3 not to inquire." away or fifty, they had not least idea. litis-tock- name." "I believe he does not live right here; it is a few miles below." "I cannot tell; I know him not" A small shadow fell upon my exuberant spirits. I had taken it for granted that everybody in Vicksburg knew of the great and rich Mr. Hostock. As we sat there, my host inquired of several loungers, one after another, if they knew the object of my aeurch. Not one had ever heard of him. "I do not zay zere is not such man," .said the Frenchman. "Hut I have been here four year, and I hare not hear ze name." "Who was it?" a man asked, coining in for a drink. "A plunter named Pierce llostock." He gulped down his brandy, wiped his mouth with the back of his hand and begun to meditate. "JiostocKf I declare I have heard the name. I'm up and down the river all the time, and things gits away from my head in a week; but if I uin't clear outen the channel a man with some such name was mixed up in a fight some time ago. Wasn't it so, Frenchy?" "I tell you I know not ze name." Rather dejected, I was about to retire, resolved to sturt out in the morning und make a systematic search for information, when a communicative old negro approached me. lie had heard my inquiries and told me that "'bout seben year ngo,' or mchbc longer," he was "one of Marse He remembered the boys." place well; he could tell me just where to find it. I slipped n half dollar into his hand and encouraged him to go on. "Oh, yo' can't miss em, young muu.s-sa- ! Great big house, 'bout three mile linM frnm ill, r!lil,rr lA'ltli trrtmt v?"i,. 's -- there had to be a coroner' inquiry, nd I wna called a n witness. So long wa this investigation that Hay had com before I waa released. The first week of Jun found me steaming down the Misiwippl m one ot the groat river palaces of that day. Everything was new and wonderful to me, and I thoroiifhly enjoyed the journey. The river eruft, of all shapes and means of locomotion; the width and majesty of the downward sweep of tho vast flood, draining half a eontinent; the verdure and luxuriance of the southern spriup, poming- itito summer; the army of passenger, the people, white and blaek, eo different from thorn to whom I had been accustomed; the sights and noundfl of the river by day and by night, ami, a we entered tho cotton belt, the spectacle of immense tract of rich blaek loam on tho bottoms pr the uplands, bursting into the "mhnicsnowof the cotton field;" tlieso were the things that kept my mind in n kind of rapture all tho way. To the speedy meeting with my benefactor I looked forward impatiently. Never, I believe, did man cast his former life behind him more entirety than I hud done. I was nshore nt Ylcksburg before he steamer wi, fairly moored. It was not the picturesque little city of today, but a scattered town of barely four thousand inhabitants, straggling along the river bottom and to climb the heights. I arranged with one of the dozens of loafing negroes to carry my trunk, nnd, escaping from the crowd of passengers, cotton-buyerand "roustabout," that the dozen steamers lying with tlveir tall smoke- pipes along the river front had brought here, I climbed well up the bluffs and engaged quarters at a quiet place kept by a Frenchman, who would talk without the slightest excuse or provocation. After supper, ns we eat out in front and watched the twinkling lights on the river, nnd heard the hoarse shouts of the steamboat men to the negro unloaded cargo or roustabouts, "wooded up," I asked my host if he knew anything of M?!Pierce llostock, a wealthy planter of the vicinity. "Bossj'took, sair? I nevair hear ze Of courso, ie, known to bu escorted me up numerous house shadess peering I can only guess how far I traveled that day, advancing, retreating and prospecting I should prcsumo About forty miles. And I should nay "that tho "great big house, about three miles back from the river, with a veranda all round," whero I halted at minuet, was about half that distance from Vicksburg. A negro oamn running down the lauo to me. "Maussa say yo' como right up," was his salutation. I dismounted and he took my mule. 1 walked up tho lawn. A middle-age- d planter, portly and pleasant, rose from a group of ladies aitting on tho veranda, and advanced with extended hand. "Good evening, ulr good evening. Come right in. Have you como far?" "From Vicksburg." "Well, well; you're tired and hungry. Hiranda, my dear, go tell Cassy to e make some and fry ome chicken for tho gentleman. Sit down here, sir; or you'd like to freshen up after your hot ride. 'Handy, tell ioma of the) women to fix up a chamber for the gentleman. What news, lr? and where are yo from?" Tho eauy cordiality of the man, mlnglud with decided inquUitive-iieswas bomething that had to bo fino-lookin- g, t The Queen add Route is to issuu an elaborate publication Cnmri to you evf ry olh-- r y la the yar for on in Kintucky. in niHKHZlne form, descriptive of tho dlf' ly Jj '1 tie chtipeM nnd br it paperAiMrei (or tbrcc month. jo crnn ictt it fferent sections of the youth tributary to THE AOVOCATK, Danville, Ky. ita linen. Capitalists, tourists and business men aro not likely to forgot tho MYERS HOUSE southern cltks so long ns the Queen and Crescent Houlo can reach them with this artistic publication. Copy of this W. CWEEN, Prop. msKflzlue will be mailed to nny address on receipt of ten cents in nostnmt This Uble, which I. run n connection wittitlia Mycri.lloute, Imjlieen tupplied with Btanum Addrrsc. W. C. Jtiuearsou. General PiusetJKbr Agent, Cincinnati, A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, Ohio. Cri-rcenpre-ptiri- ng TBS ADVOCATE l. well-know- n corn-pon- s, Nashville, Tenn., March 1, 181KJ. The Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn.: Gentlemen: I have had muscular rhtumatlsm and Indigestion for a numbrr of years and hnd loct hope of over (hiding relief, as the most skilled physicians had fulled in my case, but I am hHppy to state your Antiseptic has made a complete euro and I do most heartily recommend it to ail for rheuma titm and indigestion. I will gladly answer all inquiries In regard to Antisep tic. Yours respectfully, W. F.. Uatkua.v, CIO Dread Street. HForsalo by A. It. Penny, Stanford. Alroespherlc Buggies, Wagons, prcpaiti FIRST-CLAS- nt -- rummer' Supplie nnd l better than ever nupplythn public with S RK3S OFfALL KINDS. Perianal and promptattention givento Wcddtnia I'attiei and IturlaU, P. W.OREKN, Al . nUKNS, Manager Proprietor. T - - 1 Sotentllle AmHcm Agency ftfjW 0 understood. As ho the broad steps I servants, of varying OrEi, wt nr Ansonmoy. around corners and s$fr '! COPYRIGHT!, ate. frro llandhonk writ to C- O- 4 JIIIOAUVrAT, NK VOBK, OlUivl bureau foraccurln patonta In Anient Kerry patent taken out ty ua la brought bol or thopuWio tiyauoilcoclTm rroootcuirgolalb If or tnforroatlnn and MU.NN nUmjr Kl3 DESIOM CAVEATS. TRADE MARKSt h XSrl. cures disease Without Medicine. f 4th A gmniiik gmttitm -- Lanrect circulation of any artrntlflo par-c- r In tti world. rplen.1iiltf lllu.tril. .No inlelllreut man ahnuiu do .iioout it. weekly. j,uo a yeart llJOalz monlha. AiWrew MfJNN A CO VUriUiuiKU, 3111 ttroadway. Now YorkUtr. DuBois 3TSeud Ju- & Webb CO LOUISVILLE, KY. OldxiHOMHW, Jcrr. trj-in- g s, UJ.SMA SAY TO CO UK II I OUT IMV one-eye- d out of windows. as-the- place of .Mr. Pierce Hostock." "He did live here. Two years ago he removed to Louisiana. I bought him out." I took the chair that was offered me. and said, with the keenest disappointment: ".My journey out here is to no purpose. I had better go back." said the planter. "Xot "High time for that. Travelers don't getaway from Alfred Dorion as eay as that." "I beg your pardon; that reminds me that I have not introduced myself. My name Is Dorr Jewett. I havo come from tho north from Xew Hamp salutation. "I am ufraid I have made n mistake," I said. "I am looking for the house I ton all ablown. "My wife ami daughter, sir." The ladles bowed, and I returned the Past a corner of the observed a great field of cot- Kev Upi lt.,Me.iu-- , Cotlngten, Ky. It It cert ilnly a wonderful inatrumcHt an J it t mere wenderlul at to how It df Its work, yet it diV-i- t. T. K. (S llrinley. the veteran plew manufacturer ol the Sou h ) Umliotttc, Ky. I With the enrol conitipition and liver trouMe, Uk'Mppc, heat ache toe thache.bad coldt, rheim.tiro, iiruia'Kla, u, relic and pile. The reiulU are wamlerfiil, 1 hive chillt and fever leen cured in o minute. K. II. l.ylo, Churchill, Ky. Chirm in my lumily. vheie noltiins rite will pg book free. Testimonial The Eltropoio will i nit many eaif - 10 S? ot St. TAKK THK. AlA. It hat worked ulaio like a "CtylCUHYItH HtwAlMIT CittCtOT((o THE POPULAR AND DIRECT . t.INKTO Urtrpoe he drfrpk, tn-illlt- rrouier "West. WORLD'S FAIR A , tTwWst ....Atld. ....... DRJ. S. APPLEMAK J;! Monon it the line, ith VcttlbuW Traint, Dining Can, l'alice Chair Cart, I'ullman HuHel Steepen, it ioett ratrt For Information addrrtt IAS. IIAKKF.K.R. V O CRUSH. II). Chicago. A.. I.eulivtlle Vltiiort, rrmember th The Famous Specialist, To Visit Our City Professionally. An Excellent Chance for the Sick and Suffering. Farmers Bank&Trnst OK Co STANFORD, KY , lor FREE CONSULTATION, And elimination at hit Private It sow fully oriaalred and ready butincti wiik (arlon at the Paid up Capital of Surplus, Now . $200,000. -'i 000. Myers House, Stanford, Tuesday, Dec. 5, till Wednesday at noon. Krotu Tuevliy motiunr till V.ntiiy noun. Returnine every four wee let dutinc the year. SUCCESSOH to Til K LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, shire." ".lewett? swered." his ago?" "I did; and he answered it. I wrote another last year, which was not an- years ago." "And you wrote him a letter? let's see something more than Ave years exclaimed. "Yes, sir." "And you know Mr. Hotock?" "Ves; lie was a friend of 1:13- - father in boyhood. lie caUed at our home ten Dorr Jewett?" the planter "From New Hampshire?" eeeK- t , A Uaij doting op) with the aim atitta tad uadti the tame management, tly provuiont of Itt chatter, depontora are at fully protected aa ai dcpotltora In National tlanVt, itt thareholdtrt being held Individually liable to the ettent ol the amount of their ttock therein at the par value therrol, in addition to the amount invested in auch tharet. It may act at ctecutor, adminiatrator, trutlec, Ac, at fully at in individual To thoie who entrutud their bultlneit to ui while mnagini; the Lincoln National liana ot Stanfoid, we we here tenderour many lhanka and trutt they will continue to traniact their buunnai with ut, oflering at a guarantee for prompt alien lion to tame, our twenty yeart' eaperuoce li banking and at liberal accommodation! at are coo. intent with tound banking. LaLaLaLaLaLaLaLfilLfr4av JJ. EBaEaS&aUaEEKC I did not answer it, if he received It. Hut here's Ca.ssy, telling us your supper is readj-- . (5o in and eat hearty: I shall havo something to tell you "That one probably followed him to Louisiana. I am not surprised thnt tllRICTOKt: Williamt.Mt. Vermis; J. M. Hail, Minfoid; J, S. Owtley, Stiiifcrd; S.J, Kmbry, Stanford; J K Lynn, Stanlord; J. F. Catb, Stanford; WlllUm Gooch, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mlllcdgeville, Ky S It. Shanlt, I'retldent, Dr. J l. Owtley, Cathier, W. M llilght, Teller FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. 11 partl-colore- d Capital Stock Surplus thit thitit - 9200,000 21,300 Attention of the public is invited to the fie the only Natiotul Ilink in Stanford Under the provitiont of the Nilioml Ilink Act depositors are secured not only by the capital ttock, but by the ttocLhotdcra liability lor an amount equal to the ttock, ao that depotitors ol thit Inttitution are secured, by a fuad of $400,000. Five sworn tutementt of thecondition of the bank are made each ycarto the United Statet government and itsatsett ate examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing addititona snf perfect safety to depotitors. This institution, oritrinally ettablithed as the Depoiit lltnk of Stanford in i!j8, then lied at the National Hank ol Stanford in iS6j and again at the Kirit National Hank ol Stanlord in ibdj, hat had practically an uninterrupted existence of 11 years. Ills letter supplied now with lacilitiet fortraniactlngbuimrit prompt ly and liberally than ever before in itt long and honorable career Accounta of corporation!, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic-ted. perm-ineptl- and The Directory ol this Hank is composed ol Korettus Keid, Lincoln county ; S. T. Harris, Unroln; G, A. Lackey, Lincoln; J.W. Hayden, Stanlord; S.H naughman,'Lincoln; J. S. Hocker. Stanford;! t U A. Trlbblr, Stanford; M. D. Klinore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K, L. Tanner, McKinney; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon, J S. Docker, President; John J. McKoleila, Cashier; A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier. OUWTM 6 -- aAiui VruuiH , .. HNiveua frSlT'--- .. V uiiiLittil QiiMnusiXi. AMATttAae. VSTtVlOT KIHT Drop USA r3?V i LINE Chicago. tfunrAosntfota cyaswsiVo--- - wt ticrrvt ifittTUBM Cas-tex- 's tnt Knur runinoRttogrc "mt nOKTAWBT fUUIMOStUTKyi RUACMnfr L.M1UW )ri avuTM lumitiH 4amiN Vaunoa I ; m HVw, gJasCPond 0rtT,oa. Tift AST. WrXWlMarTOhtf 1L. 01ICMO tBWiwmj,iB'MwMj t '' ' ..i.miWOT ?wryvyp -'. y''rpt;,y"1 t ' " ' fen M4ypg."'yrr !.. di Em s .1 - !j WKrejTot to learn that Mrs. Bocalind predicts they will Bpend many happy Semi-WeekInterior Journal Itepport Xesbitt was defeated for super- yoarp. Mrs. Sandidgn is a splendid lady intendent of schools in Rockcastle by a and will provo a helpmeet fond and I Kink camlieH in both Btlck and French bliifltoJ iei)uMn,.iu nun, Sl.o would tiue, while Porter, as ho is familiarly Stanford, Ky., Novkmiiek 10, 180.) nt FarriB & Hardin'n. have brought experience and ability to known, is Hn excellent young man, n Hommcl's Oil Wagon will deliver ' - (ln.un IIaiwi of ti H's'iltm-- i cn. tho nfllcp, elevated tho standard of com- rood farmer und a elcvr pentleunn. o'ojiro for mon schools uud infused a E. C. WALTON, Uusincss Manager . ty in rejoicing evortlio nd vent of a CHURCH AFFAIRS. . higher education. T. It. Gnii'nK, chief detective of tlio Rv. W. A. Slaymaker will return in Extending on each pike five miles from Stanford, Commencing on GiucuiT Counr coutinueu to drug its tlmo to fill his pulpit Sunday. MEAH8 lySIHESS. Q ic C. railway has been elected mayor weary length along without doing much Saturday, Nov. 18, 1S93. Hold your can and save ruining that Elder Wallace Tharp has closed his 15uv your school books nud school eup of Somerset. of importance. Tho petit jurors were meeting at tho Fletningsburg Christian new dress and fine lap robe. He will fill it at the same price you pay phuH of all kinds at A. II. 1'nnny's. This McKoberta houei!, now occupied finally discharged Wednesday qnd tho for it in town, and guarantee Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired by T. M. White, will bo for rent Jan. 1. two men convicted to tho penitentiary church with 13 additions. and warruntud. Engraving a npcclalty, Rev. John Bell Gibson closed his w. ii. iiiins. sentenced, W. B. Smith, embezzlement, meeting at Barbourvillo Wednesday at A. H. Penny's. . 9 ono year, and Will Hansford, rape, ten Tint Indent stock ol Drue, Mmllctiics, To Tkaciikiis. The November draw years. A caso wbh set for Thursday of night with Gl confessions, four tho luBt Perfumery, Paints and Wall Paper at wap a g'orious revival and its Produce taken in exchange for oil. A. It. Penny's. Prescriptions a special has arrived and the money will be ready next week J. M. Robinson and others night. It eUects will bo felt in the little "queen V. V. ALBERT IIOMMEL, Rowland, Ky. Saturday. for von Knox. When the case city of tho mountains" for many years. vs. Stephens' McOlary. of Cole Carpenter for maliciously wound PERSONAL POINTS. Several Rockland, Maine, ladies who JuwircM.G. Sauflky haa appointed ing Abo Garter was callod It was found nro engaged in the timo worn scheme of Miss Pku:ui: Huhnsidk haa been sick tho following gentlemen n jury commit that tho foreman of tho ttrand jury had "earning a dollar" for church work, seem all the week. tee: Mepsrs. John llright, A. B. failed to sign tho indictment and it was really to uavo nit on something now. John V. Flowkiu is the proud father uud George Holmes. It will be quashed, and defendant held to tho next Ono of them is earning her dollar by I have bought the stock of goods of M. L. Bourne and thoroughly of another uirl. their duty to select jurors for tho next term. digging worms for a neighbor's hen, Kn Ai.coit.v, of Mustonville, was in court. Dr. renovated the house and stock of goods and added full line of Drugs, Lahob trees from little acorns grow whilo another has contracted at so much Notions, Glass, Paints, Oils, etc. We arc now thoroughly prepared town Wednesday. I am agent of the Kxeolslor Steam week to epank a friends children Gait. Fiiank Hahiiis Is confined to hia Laundry, Dayton, Ohio, the best laun- and frequently there nro largo results a We have a large stock of Spectacles. to wait on our friends from small beginnings. Seventeen when they need it. If she does any bed with a Boverocold. dry ever represented here. 1 w ill take years ago, It S. Martin began tho manu- spanking and comes through the ordeal Mita. K. 0. Walton Is visiting her up laundry 'n Monday mornings. Your facture of tobacco in tho little town of without any difference with the chil" father's family at lltiBtoimllu. trade solicited. Give me a call. All Brodhead, Rockcaatlo county. His crop uron a mother ttiat church should add a L. M. Hock and J. M, Crawford, of work iniHranteed. .Tppso D. Wearen. and those of a fow neighbors around new star to its lint of saints. . Hockcastle, were hero thia week. Best of Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes. All of which John M. Hai.e, Jn., is learning tlio The Danville Advocate figures that constituted his entire output for that NEW ADVKKTISKHKNItt. Ho was year, less than 155,090 pounds. we will sell at bottom prices. Give us a call. went to grocery business in Farrls it Hardin's. SOO citizens from Boylo county MlBHKS Jk'AN AND MaCUHE Ul'CIIANAN, tho World's Fair and sont a total sum induced to start tho business by tho Do not Forget This r. We are always glad to see you. 2. for natural leaf, which sprung up of t'rab Orchard, aro visiting Miss Kssio of $32,000, or $10 apiece. It also chargI to show goods. 3. If you don't see what you want, ask for ltunh. es that tho hard times they have had nftcran order for a box from old man it. 4. Lowest cash prices for the best goods. 5. Full assortment Miis C P. IIhu'Key, of Louisville, in are due not a little to this expenditure of John Kngleman, of thia county. Now 6. To please our customers is our greatest dclighU I'erwns hivlnf Mr. Martin has factories both at Brod- llrown, ilcc'd, willHalms ngaitut the ettate of C. always on hand. on a viflit to her mother, Mrs. William money. prwient them properly proteii head and Junction City and last year his by Feb. i, iS( ami tho-- who owe it Mill come Welsh. Ixwt on the plko be sales reached over 100.000 pounds. Poc kbt Book. He forward nnl iciile at otue. T. ItKOWN Adrnr . S. How land, of Danville, was hero J. h W. L. Conner, Reg. Pharmacist. tween the Dun viilo puu anu enemy makes ll t brauds tho "Friendship or 1'leasant Point, Ky. th 18 week bikini; orders for suits of place and Gity, or between tlio latter BrodlicH.I Twibi," being tho most popuclothes, etc. Danvillo, a lady's pocket book contain-in- lar. Mr. Martin buys his tobacco in I Juis-villKkv. A. V. SisMOitK went to money ami other valuables. Finder lA)iiisiilo and Wednesday purchased a wilh the Statu Tuesday to meet will bo liberally rewarded by returning number of hogsheads there. Allpertont Indebted to the ouale of Mi Kate Mission board, K " to this olllce. Swene will tleu teUlesn or bofoff December I. vIMting hor Miss AfNixGAnrKN-Teitirvext and thote having claim a;ainit her will preThe Local Election. sent ihem propeilf eritieU for pajmciit to the Ah special commiheioner, County AteUters, Misses Jeiiuio and Dovio Carpen. Hcaequartcrs for-V. M. SWOl'K, Wo aro so disgusted with tho result of uoilcrslgtieU by that time. B. Puxton sold at public auctorney J. Atlmr. ter, at Manger. we decounty that Mrs I. GAiii'KKTKiinnd Mis Min tion, Wednesday, tho Verandah Hotel tho election in this vote till after it is of Huaton ville, were property at McKinney, owned b tho cline to tabulate tho me Dinwiddle, HORSE Tho lightest heirs of tho late D. S. Jones. Dr. Ureen officially counted hero Wednesday. FOR SALE. oto ever polled in the, county is shown, ?l,-0was 0 Mm John W. Hoit left Wedneuday Moore was the purchaser and Mr. Miller's nmjoritv being but W, when paid. Of all kinds. The most complete line of for a lengthy visit to relatives in Mis- the sum I will In i it ought to havo been Hoveral hundred. Slanfcnl,icll at auction btfore the on (iiiKEN Hiatt, colored, for tapping souri, Including her Bon, Heverly. Harvey Helm for the Legislature IhhTONiu.K.Mr. J. A. Uutler is Carpenter A D.ilton's till on Saturday Hon.W. F. McClary for school superin- Monday, Nov. 13th, 1893, and Mrs. Samuel night and relieving it of very ill of typhoid fever. was tried sup- County court day, a mare by Abdallah Glencoe, Keidnnd.Mrn.Joo Hiiilman aro both before Judge Carson, Wednesday, aud tendent had no opposition aud we a a joar old 1 Id by Ilarkaway, a pose there will bo uo claim that they Sj can by Kmcsion, r , lolt a lucllioc colt by and ycarliDg contlned to their beds by illness. held over till circuit court in 1200 boud, LK1AJ1 1). URIGHT. Lincoln. Ever in Stanford. Prices according to the times. DCuaju-KWshh, an obi Intkkiok which he failed to give. Ho was de- weronot elected. Miller's majority in Stantorj, Ky. tho Stanford precincts is only 77. JotKSAl compositor, was elected polico fended by attorney W. S. Burch. Wo aro requested to state by Mr. Miliiuioritr over his m.tcA nl P.ir!. bv ler that ho will not contest the election. J. B. Paxton, commissioner, sold tho republican opponent. Hully for "Scrub." is pretty A.VDColyxii, of Kentucky, lot owned by the Wilson heirs, situated When a houee falls on him ho Miis. annik O street opposite Dr. S. G. generally awaro of it. uncle, Mr. S. lv. Owens, on Lancaster is visiting her Lay's majority for tho Statu Senate is PUBLIO RENTING OF A FARM. Hocker'w, to Dr. W. II. O'Bannon for on Mil ntosh street. Her husband, Jas. SMX). Tlio Dr. will soon begin tho erec- just 325. Pretty good for a "sang digColyer, Is a prominent lawyer of Ken FORA adtmnlitralcT of the eMate ol j. P. Land, tion of a hand80ino residence and is also ger." on tiu ky and now mayor of tho historic contemplating the building of a sauita-riuu- i Messrs. Harvey Helm and J. S. Owpley dee'd, I will city of NHiierwt. Augusta Herald. went to Casey Wednesday to llnd out in connection. 21, 1893, the result, and returned with the infor- Near Moreland, Ky , telt at public auction to the CITY AND VICINITY. Ai.HKiiT Hommku, tho energutic voting mation that Lay had beaten Miller in hi;heit bidder the Dcrionat estate ot decedent mare, t ol kooJ W. P Rowlandite, will begin on the ISth to the county by !!S7 majority. P. H. Tay- conilitln and acalf, a family hone, brood Iiojjj, jo Two olllco stovtts. yearling cattle, 5 fat milk cow wagon and will deliver at lor, republican, was elected school su cwci, about 75 buthe'i of oati, so buthelt. pf n run an oil Walton your door the best grades of oil at tho perintendent by only 100 majority over ness millet, 8 ttacka of hay i tct of wagbu hari bjggy and the Sick cottage on Mill street for rent same monoy yry pay for it at this store?. Dr. showing that there was a Household & Kitchen Furniture. Hu will go out on each pike leading from good deal of swapping and ill feeling t will alto at agent tell at the tame time, I three-joJ. H. Baimhman. old hone and i wagon, and rent to the highStanford, a distance of live miles and if over the action of the convention that bidder the farm for th year i3.ji Said farn M. G. Youno, of this county, has been yourself supplied it nominated Taylor over Lay for superin- est you do not keep contain! ji6acre of good land, well impioted ai d granted a pension. delrah)y located. will bo no fault of hia. See his adver. ,., tendent. It was at first said that Lay TERMS. Ihc personal property will be told on a credit of montht tor all tumt over of Zeigler boots and Miocsjnst tisement in tills issue Nrw lot and his friends would bolt tho nomina- on with good3 tecurity, payable In bank andio, bear, note from date ol tale received atS. II. Shanks'. I'or sumt of $10 Look at this. A man's Washington Beaver Overcoat for $o, alsou of a tion of Taylor so disgracefully accorded, nig iuterott cath No ono but a dirty, apil under, '1 he farm will on the r and lot on Upper female canine would hide behind an in- and tho fact that his own precinct gave pertonal Hiuritvbewillntcd reqmrod usual Urmt hut ways sold for $12.50. A boy's overcoat at $S, worth Sio. A child's Foil Rk.nt. House be EDWARD ALCOKX.AJmr. overcoat at Si. 50, worth $2. 7iMt famous anonymous letter to veut the him In! majority and Taylor only 27 MaiiiBtreet. Mrs Kato HayB. A ladies', misses' or childs' cloak for less money than any other spleen ho dare not manifest face to face shows that there was foundation for the Caii. and sen that lino of heating to tlio man ho addresses. Such a creature report. Lay, as before stated, would PUBLIC SALE V merchant in the country. Co.'s before 8t3vesatW.il. Wearen oris unworthy of even a kick from a gen- never havo been thought of for Senator buying. tleman, but if tho puppy who addressed except that tho leaders wished to placate folP110 PERT Y Yin can see more goods in a minute at this oilice from Hubblo and mailed Ins him in order to briny him and his Dankn, tho Jeweler', than elsewhere in letter at Danvillo will show his vile head, lowing back into the rupublican ranks. In the. Legislative district composed I will roll at public tale on And must sell some of these goods. They were bought for cash and wo will treat it as wo would that of any a week. of the counties of Wayne and Clinton, and at panic prices and we know they are cheap. Our Si. 50 mens' other miserable reptilo orereeping thing. IVov. 14, i893i Foil Kent anu Sale. Two cottager, Bertram, dem., appears to havo been shoes arc made of solid leather' in every part and arc guaranteed to Main Street. Apply to Mies home of both on It was telegraphed from Danvillo and elected, though the district is republican At the latepcrKnalty, Miss KateSwope, deed., the give satisfaction. Come and look at our Si. 25, r. 50, Si. 90, S2.50 following Liccio Beazley, Stanford, Ky. ii going tho rounds of tho press ttiat W. by about I00 majority. A dispatch from Fiftj-tlWe are in the field for business and if Ewes, 4 nice, fat hops a; and S3 shoes before you buy. maThen you will U. Smith, convicted at this term of em. Monticello says. Bertram's (dem.) nice, lal alioalk, 4 goou urns, cows, j nice you study your own interest you will come and see us. Yoi want a present? old steers, 13 nice pearling cahes, s good (ami Tuggle's (rep.) certainly bo pleased with tho novelties be.lement and .sentenced to ono year in jority in Wayno is 77; ly mare, gentle for anyone to drive, 5 yenrold nice a ear old penitentiary, win formorly n prea?h majority in Clinton, 41; Bertram's maharness norse, good dler, tho Danks, tho Jowoler, is showirg. horse, mco venting colt, 5 stacks rf limothy T T or. His wife tells us that there is no jority in tho district, 30. Hardin (dem.) hay rake. hav a ricks clover hav. mower. cultivator, twine binder, . 2 horse slide, J hay Mu. H. O. Farius desires us to say ho foundation whatever for qucli a story for Stato Senator, carries Wayno by 27. forks, grubbing hoe, i cook sloe, i ueucs: 15. 11. KING. GEORGKJIB. FKEWITT. koife, aoo shocks pood fodder, t Set buggy oar- was placed on tho ticket for mayor with- and that n great many things have been Denny (dem.) for school superintendent Mrs. carries Wayno by 127. out his consent and against his better said of him ttiat were not true. The farm of 111 acres, If not sold before, will bo Linvillo to tho Legislature and Smith is a bravo little wqman and is dorented on dav of sale for tho year ol 1894. judgment. Terms made known on day of sale to tho school superintendent y ing her best to uavo her husband by getW.M.SWOPE, democrat, was elected ting him pardoned aud on her account a were elected in Pulaski. Admr. S Tin-ruV. MORELAND, KY., j td We have opened up a nice line ol marshal of Junction City over three petition to that elIoct is being largely MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. competitors, receiving two moro votes signed. HORSE-SHOEINfts: . eager's done Is ba- k of wiRtr A than F. T. Kills, who will likely contest. Miss Mary Columbia, of Boiirbou, stabln. Also all kiods of wagon and biiKBV reTiik result of tho municipal election Give me a call. J. G ADKINS, a razor becauso her Stanlord, Ky. 6j tm iWtIhiv vnur watch until you see was the selection of Dr. S. G. Hnrkor cut her throat withrorrespomlinR with n pairing. forbade her tho new lino of Danks, tlio Jeweler. mayor over II. O. Farris by a majority father county tnnn. We are daily receiving our Fall Goods, which we are marking I Prices tlio lowest and no old stock to of live, tho former receiving (8 and tho Mnaon Mayor Harrieon hail purchased n down lower than sver. All bright, now, Btylish latter ):! votes. Tho councihnen electc!obO out. nps.isaination a ed, and they aro good men and true, aro day or two beforo hia goods. An agent ol Sir.. S. M. Hlack on MONDAY, Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you e VanArs.lale, who received 77 $r000 diamond neuklaco for hia iianco, NljV, m, i8'Jj, in front of the door in Dr. J. K. money. buy overcoats orBiiits votes, W. II. Wearen 9'J, Win. Daugherty Miss Howard, but had not Riven it to Stanford, at 11 o'clock, A. M.. will sell H you would ",We are opening up a splendid line of Fall Millinery. for men and boys or cloaks for ladies, 71, J. A. Allen 7(1, J. S. Hocker 87, and her. 20 Shares First Nat. Bank Stock We have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. Boren, aged 53, married Mies inlPbOB and children, or boots for winter, John V. M. Uright OS. If tho old order of highest bidder. Terms made omo and see us before buying. Hughes things prevailed, Mr. Wearen would bo Tillie Greenhow.aRed 12, in LewiB coun- to the ou day ol and bit ROII1. C, MAiON, sale. known Aftnt. 7,.3t Tnto. mayor, as formerly the ollico was given ty last week. Boron has Bix children, wo will run tho to tho councilman receiving the highest four girla and two boys, all of whom nro (A IlBc.iN.MK on tho Sth A U hlnrksmithshonlnthu rear of our sta- - vote. Those who got lelt are vr. u. is. older than their stepmother. V Wolla was tho firat of tho J, S. g and general Oooli, who received G2 votes, A. G. Huffb'e. for to answpr tho adver- Bccomo afflicted and remain so, tlifc best man US, I. M. Hruco 40 and M. D. Rentlemon Wo Iirvo ono of ANDuntold miseries from a scubo guarantee 59. Nono of them made a fight tisement for a husband, which appeared BinlthB In the country and can overcomo. Yeager. place and tho names of sorao in our last paper, so of course ho pets tho of delicacy thoy cannot for tho aatiafactiou. Yeager wore put on tho ticket without thei girl. Announcements of tho nuptials BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR, w.iaaararort day as over knowledge or consent. will appear in duo season. Yktkiuy and arousing to Not a cloud llecked tho Mr. P. O. Sandidge, of tho West by stimulating cmiiin.'nni. Judge W. H. Carson got tho full town Complete stock of Patent and Proprietary Remedies. till toward action all her organs, healthy face of tho bluo heavens vote for polico judgo. This gives htm End, and Miss Lucy Bea.ley, of this was as invigorating night fall and tho air four moro years of service in a judicial place, drovo to Danvillo Monday and , AS A SPECIFIC. -r as early Spring time. Tho aignal service capacity and rounds out a period of 40 wero quietly married in tho parlore of l,avin Prcdictetl a It causes health to bloom on tho Kot completely 1". years. Ho was magistrate '2C and will tho Clemens House by EMor J. S. They wero accompanied by Miss cheek, and joy to reign throughout rainy day. have been pojiee judgo 1 years. After heavy this term he says ho will oiler no more Mamio Beazley, sister of tho bride, and tho frame. It never fails to cure. I ost. A black aud white bow, roloa Tfu Best Me&ioe em HWe for Wwitn. left with for ollico and will decline to servo the Mr. James Beazley, who acted tho with pigs, right ear split and longer, unless they make him U. of best man and best lady during tho " .VV vsf has Utn under trtatmtnt of ttadlm 200 pounds. peoplo Pay or night, from the best drugs and chemicals. Attrvtlug hole in it. Will weigh about vtart, without ceremony. After tho marriaRO Mr. and phyticiam thrttBraitfleUl'M twujlt. ittgaUtlor thrtebottltt qf not been seen sinco Mr. h. 1. S. Senator. Sho has Dr. S. G. Hockor will make a good Mrs. Sandidpo returned to the room's $Ae can Uo fur own cooking, inUkIng and teaiAlng." Kowland, Oct. Woods shipped hogs from N. 8. Drtan, Henderson, Alt. Danville and near cattle pen. mayor. He will bo for everything that pretty home on tho Mst when ehe was seen pike, whero thoy will reside and BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, G. aud will see that the tho town needs Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky. 1 liberal rowurd will bo paid for her Sold by drenleU t lXtt pr bottle. where the Intbiuou Journal hopea and treasuro is properly guarded. Myers, Stanford. by ly Window Klasa, all elzee, and W. D. McKobortB. putty. s J. nl m RIGHT KT YOUR DOOR, tv- THE OIL TO BE THE VERY BEST. Mc-Kinn- NEW DRUG STORE. Particular Attention Paid to Physi cians' Prescriptions. m m de-ma- No-troubl- 1TOTICE e e S. C. HOCKEE, M. D 7J-- n e ITOTXCS s W. H. WEAREN & CO 7j-- 1 to-da- FINE STOCK!! Court-houie STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS l-'- O, HEATING : STOVES s - 71-- it Administrator's -- Sale! 1 CLOAKS LADIES, Tuesday, Nov. 1 (Jer-ma- ar II VfflSSCOATl B -- I I CHILDREN. FOR M EH, BOYS AND CHILDREN. ... low-ilun- g t - PERSONAL WE ARE OVERLOADED, Tuesday, x tint-clas- s 1 1 1 1 1 HUGHES & TATE. 1 1 Da-vids- e, KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, GroceriesHardware, 1 G I - hiirtc-shoei- - Dry PUBLIC SALS Court-homI Knra & pbewitt. ng. mthi-ero- ua horso-shoeln- 1,000 WOMEN suf-firi- ng Kl-m- oro BUGS. BOOK S9 -- rACTS Kon-dric- k. SCHOOL : SUPPLIES Prescriptions Carefully Compounded -- II 1 IIus-tonvil- le re-"- A W. B MoMOBKBT urn ISain 'feLVr36A . . .j .... ..;" Jrj - ti vV" ' J'- - ?'? "i JF Ml" IHUVWTH ' u ""fa "' j i'vP'm jpipwiiiyfa ". - ' 'i- .staca szj- - 1 in imiii.'iii wWbiKit'' " Semi-Weekly InteriorJourha,. AT Friiirnl. Published Every Tuosilisy and Friday gS PKE Y3flVKIT ADVANCE -- Wheu not so paid GO will be chaigcd "V K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ' k Train i.avos Rowland at 7:00 a. m returning L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. -- Mart nam going North.. . South ExDrtss train " South...... ..."wjpra 7 P m ' 5' PJJJ 93 Laeal Freight North........ .... ......107pm South-..- .. . passengers. Th letter tralni also carry The above ii calculated on itandard time. Solar irae U bout o minutes fatter, QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. North...........--..3- t , Vestibule Limited. 11.50 m ; No. , Chicago Limited, 1.5 J. a. m.; No. 5.. Local, New Orleans Express, is yo-ts.isp.m.; No. 9., lllue Grass Vetibule, 8.40 p. MNorth bound. -- No. a, s'estibule Limited, 6.48 i No. 6 , Chlga-g- o P. m.; No. 4., Fast Mail, a.53 P- ".; Locli Limited, a.17 a . No. 10, Wuo Grass Special, 6 am. HSouth-bound.-N- Traini pass Junction City as follows: i ;;N',7. J-- "-- J7JStsoirfey -- fawner a tl !. Pure S A cream of tarter baking powder. Higest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. R0YAL'3AKINGP0WDER CO., 106 Wall St., New York. A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. Office over McRoberts Drug Store, in the new IMSJ T HITliL-- " Owsley Building. Stanford. .i:R"3r. ---- k I will open on January 16th, 1893, a First-ClaDairy, from which I can supply any quantity o! Jersey milk to the people of fctanlord and Row-(an- d at the following prices, delivered: cents Fresh Milk, per gallon 10 cents Stimraed Milk, p gallon 8cenu Bu.Ur Uli't, per gallon trips dally. The patronage ol the Iwill make two iG.A.HKVlON. public Is solicited, .il Stanford, Ky Tr, ss j,., THE London, RILEY - HOUSE Kentucky. RILEY F. B. BILBY.lProprletor, I hare moved to my new rioici-anprepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attachod and every convenience G.vemecalI.iFRANK COME to SEE ME. Having purchased the Grocery ( , : Business Of J W. Ramsev, lam Increasing the stock as st as.pos.Mble and will xxin have it JComplete in Every Par- ticular. "call at my kWra on Lancaster street and I will make it to your interest to trade with me W. C. HUTCHINCS. John H. Cattleman. A G. Lanhan. a H ROYAL Insurance Company OF WVEKPOOl. BAKBEE &OABTLEMAM MANAGERS,'; H Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agoat, ISTANFOKD. K.V. XTOTICE. I Will Soil at Cost for the Next 30 Days Tne entire stock of goods of D. .. Slaughter, of at his storehouse in the town well Cral. assorted Ky. This is a large and or consisting stock of Roods, all uew, Dry Goods, Clothine, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, Furniture, Groceries, &c. Come at once and . secuie bargains. EVERYTHING GOES At first cost. o7 Remember that the first to come is the first served. It. M. URONAUOH, Admr. and Brain Trettmtnt T)r, E. C Wt't Mr is sold trader positive written guarantee, byauHfcr-UeMemory; Loss.fit imw,twwWC. agents only, to cure Weak ManUood;uiokjsejs, llratsand Nerve Power; Lot Lack of Confidence; Night Lost; KtU Dreams; NerrOBsaess; Lassitude; all Drains; Loss of Power ttt the Generative Organs In ellhsr ser, caused by Youthful Lrrcir, or Kxcedvo Um of Tobacco, Opium or Ll'iuur, which soon leau to Consumption, Iunlty Mid Death. VJ man, wlttmTlttcnsuarantee laboi: 6fori;WK.ST-- COHG1I a VKUP. tocuraor A certain Jefund UronchltU, Croup, iure for CouW, Colds, Boro ThroaU I'lwusant to take. Whooping dlscoiiflnued: old. etc siae, now aejs.; old WmaU cyer-exertlo- n; tB lnew: d lliur. OUMlilTi-iJaiesutdoiJyb- A. It. PENNY, Stanford. i .., "ludeedf" "To be candid with you, it is clumsy in sentiment aud faulty in construction. Tho rhymes aro nil wrong, and altodoggerel." gether it is not even A VERITABLE HOODOO. Hero the editor ptuiaed for breath, and tho poet said meekly: Mrnugc ami i:ontful Itl.tnryofn IMecu of "Give it back to mo, please." Ittipe. . lliiiiciiuui's "I don't think you can do anything jnnn A conplo of evenings ngo a with it." Tollman, who lives near iiMned "Oh, yes; I can. I'll havo it sot to dropped in nt tho polico station gavo a reporter there about an inch music and make n popular song of it." and Washington Star. of tho white plow lino with which tho negro who poisoned tho Burks family was A T.lltalo Odor. lynched. Mr. Tollman wa9 present at ji tho inquest tho preceding day and had there secured tho relic. Tho plow lino was in three strands, and some hours later tho reporter separated ono of them and gavo it to Call Officer Beavers. A negro who happened to be in tho station at tho thno begged n itMll L strand for himself. Ho said a pieco of 111 iirJl.LT iWT' plow lino with which u man has been hanged makes n formidable hoodoo, and if tho plow lino is white tho efficacy of tho hoodoo is doubled. The reporter accordingly gavo hint one of tho two remaining strands, and wrapping tho other in tissue paper put it in his pocket. Father Well, has your young man Now for chapter 2. As Officer Beavers wus going homo yesterday ho gone? Daughter Yes. and I havo come to thought to attach tho strand to his watch guard for 6afe keeping, and in so kiss you good night, papa. Father (after receiving tho kiss) doing dropped tho watch and broko it so badly that it is doubtful if it will ever Nelly, tell your young man to uso some brilliantino on his musrun again. Ho put the bit of plow lino other kind of tho smell of ylang ylangl in his pocket, and inside of two hours tache. I hate Puck. got a cinder barked his shin on a chair, in his eye, spilled a bottle of ink on his Straight Logic. pants and had a counterfeit dollar pa wd Undo George Iubtuul of v. eating diaon him. He then threw tho hoodoo on monds, don't you think it would bo more tho back of a negro who was splitting becoming to pay your tailor bills? wood in the yard, and before- tho man Harry But if I paid my tailor bills struck a dozen more blows ho cut his lit- how could I afford to wear diamonds? tle too oil. And if peoplo didn't Imy diamonds what Tho reporter's first misadventure was would keep tho diamond merchant from to break a pair of eyeglasses ho prized starving to death? highly, aud a little while later ho tore Undo George But you don't pay for up a lot of "copy" by mistake and had your diamonds either. to writo it all over again. This was Harry Ah, now you aro wandering Monday night. Yesterday ho took tho from the ioint. Boston Transcript. hoodoo strand to tho dining room of his hotel and quietly stuck it in the folds of Kaslly Ati.vreretl. tho apron of tho waiter who attended "Tho subject for discussion at the next hitn. A few minutes later tho darky fell meeting of tho Yillngo Debating society down tho kitchen stairs, making an is 'What Is Truth?' " clatter and dropping tho fatal "Indeed? Well, that is a qu Aion that talisman. He picked it up, and instantly should bo easily answered." suspecting witchcraft put it down tho "I'm not of your opinion. What is back of another waiter. truth?" This victim, all unsuspicious, loaded a "Truth is what two jwrsons speak when tray with meals for six and went up to they fall out with each other." Now the dining room. At the head of tho York Press. stairs ho caught his foot and fell sprawling, breaking every dish on tho tray and A Lost Opportunity. scattering beefsteaks, potatoes and misA lady told a party of friends that sho cellaneous eatables all over tho apart- had quarreled with her husband and ment. Somebody informed him of tho had planted a tree in memory of this, hoodoo, and he put it in the stove. their first falling out. Tho possessor of the third strand has "What a splendid idea," whispered annot yet been heard from, but if ho gets other lady in her husband's ear. "If we run over, falls out of a window, breaks had adopted that plan, wo might havo a leg or meets with some kindred adven- had n wholo avenuo of trees in our garture it will occasion no surprise. At- den." Schalk. lanta Constitution. Tim Only Test. A Klval of tho Illrtcle. d Hardupp I tried to sell thobe A rather formidablo competitor of the raouds I bought of yon and was cycle lias uiauo Us appearance in the they were not genuine. midlands in tho shape of a pneumatic Jeweler Did you sell them? road skate. It has lately been seen in "Yes, for almost nothing." the streets of Birmingham, and judging "Well, you go back and try to buy from tho admiration it excites is not them, and you will find out that they aro unlikely to find its way soon into all iow xork weekly. parts of the country. Tho invention, genuine. which was patented a short time ago by An Inspiration. a Scotch firm, is evidently derived from "Barker has a nchoniB for tho removal tho old roller skate of skating rink celeb- of tho World's fair buildings which I rity; but, whereas tho ordinary roller should think tho commissioners would skate has four wheels, the pneumatic accept." fckate has only two, placed in lino at "What's tho scheme?" either extremity of tho skate. Tho "Let tho relic hnntors loose for a wheels aro rather larger than thoso of week. They'd havo them carved to pieces tho roller skate, and instead of solid rub- in no time." IIarier's Bazar. ber are covered with pneumatic tires. Tho patentees claim for them that ono Il Didn't Wunt UN Hair Cut. can skate over ordinary turnpiko roads "Willie," fcid the mother of n with them tho same as on ico and at even go and got youngster, greater speed, while at tho same time your hnir cut." "you must they will easily ascend and descend hills. A look of intense anguish swept over Six or seven miles an hour, however, is his face, and ho wailed: "Oh, mother! the, maximum hpeed attempted in tho football season just commotio-ing,- " streets of Birmingham, aud that only on With thepathotically that bho rolonted. o smooth roads. One obvious advantage Washington Star. of tho pneumatic skate over tho pneumatic cyclo is that punctured tiros may Vary Hard Luck. bo leadily replaced, as tho skater may "Did you hear about Jimpson'a hard carry surplus tire9, or even reserve luck? His wifo lost her voice a week wheels ready fitted, in his overcoat pockor so ago." et. Loudon Ironmonger. "Do you call that hard luck?" "Wouldn't you call it hard luck to llooviur Srlioolmastrrs I'rutest. Teachers throughout Indiana aio pro- have to bo whispered at for two or three testing vigorously against a now rule hours at a time each day?" Indianapolis just adopted by the .superintendent of Journal. public instruction regarding appeals An Kitreme Case. from tho decisious of county superinA strapping country lass, when talktendents. Whenever a teacher applies ing about a Parisian lady who had taken for a license and is refused ono for any her into her service, said among other cause, or is graded lower than he be- things, "In fact, she is so weak that lieves he should be, an appeal lies to tho when she feels warm sho never fans state superintendent, whoso duty it is to herself for fear of being thrown backinvestigate and decide the question at ward to tho ground." Heures Dorees. issue. In a codo of rules recently issued the hnnpued Up. state superintendent requires !f50 to bo Sallio Oh, I'm sure you must havo acdeposited whenover an appeal is taken, cepted Jack the first time ho proposed to and the rule is invoking a great deal of you! criticism. No costs have heretofore atEmily What makes you think so? tended such appeals, and no forfeiture Sallie Because I have of ten heard him ever resulted, and the teachers cannot boast that he never makes the saino misbee why $ 30 should be deposited when take twice. New York Press. no damages cau bo awarded under the Ail Ksceptton. law or costs collected. They believe Miss Millett Is it true that you bicyclo that the new rule will prevent aggrieved teachers from prosecuting uppeals aud riders soon get attached to your mathus increase the power of the local su- chines? perintendent to the detriment of tho Mr. Wheeler It hasn't worked that schools. Cmciunati Enquirer. way with mo yet. I can fall off my machine without the least tromble. IndianHe Did Sleep. apolis Journal. Miss Georgia A. Knight of this city Vivid. tells a peculiar story. At a concert in Bangor recently Miss Knight was singFreddy The sea is awful rough toing her favorite solo, "Sleep, My Baby, day, mamma. Bleep," when the stillness of the opera Mamma Axe tho billows rolling high? houBO was broken by u "dull thud" in one Freddy Yes, indeed, they nre, and of tho galleries, followed by u roar of they aro rolling up tho beach like a lot laughter that quickly spread all around of seidlitz powders. Harper's Young the house. It appeurs that u college People. Btudeut had growu aweary with long Filled the Atmosphere. application to his studies, and lured on She Did you seo iny new hat at tho by Miss Knight's symjiathetio tones and kind invitation to repose, ho fell asleep theater last night? anything else. BosHe I didn't rwe and disgraced himself by rolling off tho ton Transcript seat. Eastern Argus. "I nra so sorry to tell yon," said tho f ditor, "that wo cannot use your poem." 0nt WARNACK, l'ror. SAM theattai-ic- . of mothers who hacuroupy children, ana neer KENTUCKY. Theto Is no dsneer in Riving tins it contains Remedy in large and fiequr nt doses, Injurious y cent bottles refurnished and in every way preRefitted and nothtnc W 11. .McKoberts, Druggist, Stan-forpared to attend the wants of the public Kates For 5 very teasunaMe your chlldicn subject to croup? tf S3, you should never le without vn bottle of Chamberlain a riirp sir liiiuii. iv isi and his neer been lno u to fall. II given freely as soon as the croupy cough appears it will prevent -- THE OI.D- - ii.ih a ni'i;urarawi"" ..... JACKSOH HOTJSE, 11 Th. Florence) Hotel, JF.LLICO, TKN'NKRSKE, Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. ) I diPt"itt'0i London, The best hotel In the city and the only one with a sample room for drummers liapcita attention 10 inc traveling puuin i 11 uaics jj. Th. When When When When IUli? wnn nlolt, n gave her CastorK sho wa- - ft Child, sho cried for Castorla. clung to Custorli. sne lecnme tlw, sho hftd Children, tdio gf vothem CAMortt. Poo Vlloy. i -- e. Ellen-wocx- l, er July, suit her by pa,! 7o 4t Came to my plsce near Maywwd. "' Ivsaspony. 0nrr f. h.r keying ft ; on the a;th can gel Maywood, Ky All fruits grown in California can bv grown In New Mtxlco, escepl oranges and lemons. Land from $$ lojjo per acre on 10 viafi lime, t 6 per cent. Cull on or address, R. C. MORGAN, I) D S , Stanlord Ky. The finest fruit belt of New Mexico. No fait urc in crops under irrigation If properly attended to. ':m TO THE LADIES. Buc-Un- The best salve In the world tor cuis, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped rands, chill lalns, corns and all skin erup lions and positively cuns piUs.orno P7f,eiu"' ed. liisisuaranteed lo kiv. perfect satitlaclion lrnce i cents per boa. or money refunded f or sale by A, R 1'cnnr. Stanlord, Ky. 'B Arnica Salvo. THE P. 0. MILLINERY. S Call at the post-offic- e . .1. SI... 11. Iii A1. . me Having seeureu .1 season. ten fro 1. invinnstl as Tilminer for this t'MfiiUyI to Inspect a coidlally InMte the ladies o I" f select IUCH.L ol Mitlmerr at Indlsoapohs, have Miisss Webster, of umrs. The.v. , r n.nurtineiit and ate 11.... U.llm. to now KAZLEY, . uih room and see the ,dy ys'CIE Largost and Boat Soloctod Stock bound to please you. 10 J 0 the lungs are sore such an application on the chest shoulder and another on the back, between the Tn"p blades, will ollen prevent pneuj onla nothing so good lor a lime back or a pain In the ,. . .!.- nf llsnnel ;., The oesi piaster bind U Uh Chamberlain's I'aln lialu. pain. It Is belter than any p aster. When seat ol bunfotd.Ky. OfMilllnery In town. The goods and prices are ii"i'i it", """ MRS. P. T. COURTS. Attention, Farmers. R.D.BRUCE J. T. FAHRA, Jessamine County, Ky., i ". ' 1 NICHOLASVII.LK, It is the Jones Lock Wire Pence and Wire one n cht by applying a lianntl bandage dampennrcSouncrilbythiKstucrslo the best by W. II. McRob.rts. Drug-g- l. Knee III the iorld; no cutting, no M ! "C P Call on I light and bull stron Stanford. Kj REAL Stanford or address It D llruce al Dsn.ille, teste, M " ::"." I IVSASa ADEHT, 64 WALLACE E. VARNON, GTT1TS to ihe office of Is a candidate for Coun-ty Room j, Farmers Kachaoge Rank Judge; subject to Ihe action of democratic par- - REPAIBED. '; 4 tJN JAMES W. G1VENS ject Is a Candidate for County JuJtfe of Lincoln, 10 the a.ll-- u ol the Democrat). sub- J. M. PETTY. Stanford will be The Ono Maker at Lancaster, purpose inof gelling of each month for the My... L ; M ck rrnsl,.! Work left at the w ," llutfinsn s will imsens guns or pistols made gwd sttenlion. Old as new. Stock, Grain, Market and Tobacs co Farms in the Bine-Gras- 5ii Always far sale. 0oTimter Lands in the mountains for sale. Cormpondcnce collated 4,fl 1 M - O. P. HUFFMAN Isacandldste forjaller, subject lothe action ol the Dcmocrstic party Ue would appreciate jour ule J. H. BAUGHMAN, TIRE AND STORM .Kepietenting. . . Orchard, Lawn, GBrden. INSURANCE AGENT thing usually found In a nursery Jltect to th. planter and We 1 JOHN M. JOHNSON Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln Jcounty subject to the actios, ol the Democrstic parly Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, ject to the action of the Democratic patty. J. A. GIVENS sub- CataloKueon application f. M.,m Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; '"uJ"ir"' Manchester, of Manchester, Kng.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; ,,LLKNMinKR, Usiugton, Kj, Ins. Co. ol North America. Companies. I woald All of which are be pleased to wait o amy Iricnds Hi Ibis line. Pel. icies promptly issutd. Will insure sgsiast Iotas-dor- s, wind storms slid lightning Lightatng without additional charg. Once al I'irsI National Hank, Stanford. Ten- first-class clsui-essttach- r! TO COAL BURNERS Of Rowland, ly DINK FARMER G- - junfotd and Vicinity Is a candidate for Jailor, subject la the action cf the democratic party ,ou n.fi.Cc.1 C" Uco Coal a. sh I .. ..-- . wiiK ,h now' he lowest prred tail W. DEBORD of Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action the Democracy. M. F. ELKIN, .come can sell much cheaper, sob.iy ynnr Hmter neylfl - " 1U " Wll. mil favor, and solidlint , .,,. f. I am cvnti.u.nce if.sme. o.-- . a ' 'nWW'lir'u.l. 403m ,d.cthoinisllttl. 01 ti.- t "" "; '"?l towH THE 60FFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the sclioo of the democracy. D. S. CA11PENTER, At Ihe well-know- n JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, reaovaud sad refurnished, Is bow la my charge and 1 intend to coaducl II so as to aot only maintain lit high r.putatioa, bul 10 add to its long list el friends. Special accomotoda. boas for commercial travelers sod fin. rooms lot Ihe dltploy of ssmples. lAlFlrst-Clas- s Aad HILLIARpand )7-lf old stand ol J. II. C.teen, (a S JNO. BRIGHT Is a Candidate for Assessor, subjectlto the aclien of the Democratic party. and Would be glad to see his numeiou. lriend. uinl-turo show Ihem his slock of good, consisting IK Saddl.ry, Hardware. Buggies and Implements. Give him a call Hustonvlllo, - - Kentucky, e. a i E. D.KENNEDY, Is a candidate for Lincoln County, subject to iction cf the democratic party. 10 the office of As. "? Saloon POOLROOMS altacktd JOSEPH corrKY .STANtORI) sssor.of dia-tol- Mil ' J. EES AM) "-- ill STASIS, Falls Branch Jellico Goal Go., Minersaad shippers of the YV.L..DAWSON, ol Is .candidate for Jailer. subjocf.to the action the democracy. Depot .Heel, by At John Monelee's new brick on GENUINE V. RAMSEY, Pror., Original Jellico Coal. . Try it. We are th sol. agents tor Stanford ?snd Rowland ' Oil We corner ot Depot sliest snd crossing. 6 WATTS. IHOGINS rail-road JOHN BAILEY, Is a candidate forjaller. subject to thetiaetiou the old Jeflersonlan democracy. all Whowill stall times be glad 10 accommodate with irocd rigs at reasonable rales. My 'Kuslwill meet all K. C. trains. of Is a Candidate forjaller, subject to the the DertKxracy JOHN B. MERSHONJ actlonjof W. W. HAYS, ol For Sale Cheap Privately. Commercial MiKINNK, Iwill sell pnsatcly SPLKNDID 1'AIOI Hotel, KV Hotel at My'.Splendid Farm of 150 Acres, Miuated , . 1 hhve bought shore mentioned and hare attached a 3 lUSo..h of - Stanford the Is a candidate lor ailtr, subject to the faction doiuuciJCY rtrbvSrwi!rr 47 the very M.iu, -ll Ml in grass W J 40 acre. Ha. I....nj Firat-Cla3- Bar and Pool Booa. TuVSs. Manlo.d. K, Have repaired and tet ituished the Hetel and am setter than ever Wash-ingto- n PETER HAMPTON, the duinocine. I a candidate for jailer, W H.MU.I.KK. H.imu..K- - Prepared to Accommodate the Public. I sulject to the actum ol 1MILLER & SOWDER, m SAM M. OWENS, ndidate fo. Sbenffof Lincoln county, sub ject to the action ul tne democratic j rural). Is a REAL STANFORD, -:- - ESTATE KENTUCKY special atl.nUotiio Commercial Men V W GltKKK, Proprietor, JOE CARSON, Manajer ITq-tunud 1 Dealers and Brokers, Ortice Iniirior Journal Ilullding Millirxory. T. D. NEWLAND, of l.inco'n county, sub ject to ihe action of the democratic primary. My mother. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. has lust r Irom tne iii.t wiih an clpgaiit Hue of embracing I. arn,tul1ii.farSheiilf ALL OF THE NOVELTIES Of the seasnu, of whuh she will have lull control She also engaged a Firt-Olas- v J i a Is a Candidate fsr Jailer of Lincoln county and asks his friends not to commit themselves to any one else, as he is forced to stay at home and work. His candidacy is subject to the action ol the Democratic party. T. J. HATCHER PROPERTY FOR SALE. . and Call and csamlne my Offered buytntf and leave your Thankiugyou past at low pnci. In high MAKV t Fine Hlue Crass Farm, of lojacrM, state of cultivation, well improved ; ottered low ii.. nine Crass finely imprtiveu Farm ol li4 acres on pike s Dress-Make- r. j. harm of tooaues, finily Impioved. fr stock of Millinery before order for your dresses favors we solicit same. DAVIS DUDDKRAR. THOMAS YEAGER, BANKB THE JEWELER. -:- STANPOBD, r - Stock Most Complete JVJSXJsik- iSLC itt ' 3CSi Oood t Farm of m arres, near R. R. tatiiu. blue grass laud; will stll cheap. on pike, i Blue Grass larm of 13 acres, laud; low miWromSianloid; good lliue-firaprice and on easy terms. areas to suit 8 to is. Town lots In Stanford In purchasers. len ,r. Ninetyttiree acre fine farm with excepike, on mill, dwelling and other Improvements, 4 miles from rilaulord. tarro, capable ol division Lsrgc In every pailiou into- smaller firms. Desirable easy terms. Ur. Offered low and ou ery frsme building; well hnish-e- d ,5. Good of Slanfoad. on Mam street, in Kastern part abargaln. feet front. 200 back. Will sell at .. JAMES YEAGKR. to YEAGER & YEAGER, 1MI Were In FEES AilD SALS STASU, 8TAUFOHD, KY. in the Opera Block land are well supplied with our new liable Houi. ;tfEW rigs and;hoeses first-cla- two-sto- ry Hsvebcen purchased and nothlngbut nrnouts will leave Ihe stable. ' r7iT. !. Mfr''ikiitt ?T5aBtt Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair work. One call will convince you that this is the place to trade. vr .. . i js im OIlVERtfV on "fniCine ,7 Smsll farm or to acres stll at Will eachanKe for smal l.ouse and low piice on easy terms. seres, a railes Irom Stanford 09. Small farm ol 3o welllmproveu, at a bargain. Hanging Fork, near 11. Farm of 60 acres on Fine lllue grasaland, Turnersville good improvements and nice froots on piae. with young orchard. Price low. e and collage, nicely and . Hotel, eonvenieatly located, near depot In London, Ky. Mneroomsln dwelling, four room, in cottage. All new building. Also Btore house of j com. " Kood barn. ea-terms. store snd hotel. Will sell cheap ant on store-hous- Give tlicm a Call. t luiwwj"" "" "-- y Fruit Trees For Sale J JOHN B. DeNAItDI, Carriage Fainter and Trimmer, All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and res style. Plata and ornamental paired in bigns. Satisfaction guaranteed In both workmanship and price. Shop on main street, over Wm. Daughterly' blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky, first-clas- Atonr Fruit Farms and Nurseries one tai'e Weil of Kioirsville, Lincoln county. We have as fin a stock of Fruit Trees as any man ever bandied, ready for transplanting nto orchard sed garden -- ATthis Fall. OrcbarCaof Apples and Peaches will be assorted to suit customers at J10 per hundred. Thompson's The trees ate nice, the varieties the best, everyShop, thing needed to make home attractive and the For circulars Thtre arc three cf Ihe best Barbers In th children harpy ill be found here. Slate j.A.MrKXBftCO,. Ky. There ara also excellent Bath Rooms sddresi In con. Kiagsvilie, nection. Agent lot Lexington Steam Laundry. (4 tij. Jesse Barber ? rtj -- Ji ti