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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893111701 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. - "V" f "I w T t- -' ' ' Semi Weekly Interior VOL. XXI. Cleveland, tho Greatest of His Generation. Day and i Journal NO. 75 a lw STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1893. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. MIDOLEBURG. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. ' Dr. K. S Mops is building on addiSeveral schools iu this county will Coal Is only Oe delivered bore. close soon with entertainments ot nighta. tion to hia oflleo. Cool weather has struck ua mounand Mr. Oviu Myers of Woodbine, Ib Dr. Wnlsh, presiding elder, is assist- tain people tolerably hard. the J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. ing tho pastor, F. Grlder, In a proFarmer Hopkins Comedy Company United Stated, statesman nnd lawyer, very sick of typhoid fever. Tho school-hous- e of district No. 1 tracted meeting at tho M. E. Church. ia booked for this place Dec. 1. BUinda before tho people who 1893. Tho meeting will continuo through thia J. T. Brown has about completed elected him tootllce; n man of principle, la being treated to a now shingle roof. Dr. A. Cintliil'a wife nnd little daugh- week. Dr. Walsh ia said to bo preach- bis residence on Oakley avenue. Full corps of Conservatory anJ Xormil School teachers, Superior courses in Literature, Music and above partisanship nml wladom nbovo Tho bank opens at 9 a. m. and closea An. Excellent boarding depirtraent. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. popularity. It is tho custom now nml ter have been very flick, but nro improv- ing very able discourses. ing. Undo Jimmy Williams, of lower Ca- at 3 . m. during tho abort winter days. long hna beon, to write one tiling und Col. Tlios. O'Mnra has about com- sey, came up Saturday to W. R. Johnson and Miss Mary Ash-e- r attend tho prothink another, but what I write nh.tll bo pleted n now cottage on tho lot near hie tracted meeting at tho Methodist church. procured license to bo married Wedfacta in oimplo otiro if drentjed at nil. resldonco. Rev. Edgar Fogle, of Georgetown Col- nesday. Tho financial distress from which, like u Dr. Warder, of Louisville, preached lege, preached at tho Baptist Birds aro scarcer in Laurel now church on fillip submerged by an;ry waves, wo nro at tho Uaptist church Sunday morning Sunday. Ho will continuo to preach as than ever known, but there aro plenty of DANVILLE, KY. now omcrlnp, tliat has covered the and night. a supply until tho church secures tho pheasants and turkeys. wholo country, has not been viewed corThe Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. Judgo II. F. Finley has begun to re- services of a pastor. W. R. Hardin is refitting tho inside rectly, except aa to ita painful conse- build where his resideneo was burned With a full course ot study, both English and Clinical. While tho course ol instruction is espeA Mountain Echo scribo from thia of hia restaurant and grocery Btore and quences; lis cause miuunderutood and cially adapted to prepare young men for the Class, it is inlendi-- at the same time to furBo:nt wcekn ngo. plnco in a recent isuo of that lovely claims to havo the finest one in the nish a liberal English education to any who desire it In connection with tho Academy, misrepresented. So it ia apparent in Capt. E F. Arthur was at home sheet, got his "back up" because wo said mountains. the result of recent elections, and the Sunday A nnd Monday from Flnt Lick, that Jess Lay was tho commot.cst kind Collins and Ballou wero taken away mon and tho party that made possible Has been Mtabhshed in the Home and under the personal contiol ef the Principal. Regular stuoy where ho ia engaged in tho lumber busi of a pedagogue, and seeks to dodgo tho by Marshal Stringer and Detective HarBuch n calamity by depleting tho treashcurs under the supervision of the Principal and assistants and tho restraints and government ol ness. question by trying to Injure us in tho lan Inst Monday beforo the citizens were a Christian home are combined with the best educational advantages. ury In opening tho vaults to rapacioua Only about l.UOO votes wore cast In profession of teaching. For further particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc , address I will Bay In this aware of It. hordca of tho recent election In this county, which connection that tho very JAMES S. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. tmgentlemanly Mr. 0. R. Baugh is building a nice is considerably lets than half of tho enreferenco to us aa teacher ia tho result of homo on Broad street. Haven't learn nud unreformed pillagers, are tire otlng population. a contest last aumtner between a repub ed exactly which one of the young latho elected and applauded heroes of tho Last Friday night somo thieves broke lican and tho writer for n position wo dies will help him keep house. hour. Tho condition of the treasury on the Into the store of J. M. Ellison and stole occupy now aa teacher. Every ono who Tho Arlington Minstrehj, 13 in numreturn of tho democratic party to office, about $7o worth of clothing. So far no read tho artlclo wo wrote about Lay will ber, wero nt tho Opera Houso Tuesday po dlllerent from its condition when that one boa beon suspected. agree that tho object was to show that night and bad a fair audience, all of Oysters always on hand, either in bulk or cans, or served to order Judgo II. II. Tyo returned from Ok- Mr. Lay was not tho choice of party was retired, made pooaiblo tho bis party, whom seemed to enjoy themselves in any style, with celery, etc. enactment of tho lluaneUl troubles that lahoma Monday night. Elder J. E but was ti ndered tho nomination just to Thoy were very kind to "tho presa." Terry went to Now Liberty Friday to heal tho differencea throw tho wholo country into convul catued by tho conMisa Delana I'ridmoro was tho slona; made it poesiblo for mon of great till Elder Robertson's pulpit. Mr. L. I). vention at Liberty on Sept. 21at and aavo principal in n baBtardy caso against John wealth, who controlled moro money Denham is in Breathitt county on legal P. II. Taylor, the nominee of that S. Parker before the quarterly court Mr. Lay had beon beforo hia Monday. than thia groat government could com- business. Tho public waa excluded. And all fresh and fine and sold at astonishingly low prices. Tho meeting at the Christian church party twico nnd was twice rejected, mand, to bring on n panic. Deadly epiTho jury adjudged that tho defendant still continues and there havo been, up which was sufficient ovidenco demics, poisonous contagions are not ho that ho should pay Miss Pridemoro $23 a year Candies, Nuts, &c, in great variety and abundance. Come in and infectious, not bo panic stirring, not ho to tho present (Tuesday) 07 additions. waa not wanted; but Bomethlng had to for 10 yeara. It waa a case o'f seduction have a basket fixed up for your wife or girl. fright convulsing aa a mouoy panic. Tho Tho house is crowded every night to bo dononnd tho bosses thought it beat to under promise of marriage. ontlro army of gbosta that buried to all hear tho gospel story told by Elder Rob- take Liy, howover bitter, than do worso. Leo Bullard bad been out West for tho world, except tho treasury, turned ertson iu hia plain and simple, yet forci- It waa claimed that he caused tho defeat about a year, but returned to hia broth-er'- a of R. S. Rector threo years ago, after beloooo to scamper daily and nightly over ble manner. a fow days auo complaining of being Mr. G. A. Denham boa sent in hia ing beaten by that gentlomnn for tho land, would never create tho drond the slightly 111. Tuesday night ho went to alarm that paralyzes tho hand of the bond aa postmaster here, but hia com- - nomination for county superintendent, bedna usual. Hia brother, Wm. Bulmonied man that grips his dollars when miiwion has not come yot, Mr. E. E. nnd it is also claimed that when ho was lard, hearing him struggling, went to ho hears tho distant cry of "hard times." Watkins, tho present encumbent, has informed of hia defeat at tho September him to see what was the matter and ni.ulo us a good olllcer nnd should tho convention that ho hallooed for So, but to cry "wolf" ia all that la needLowder, found him dead with bis arms across republican party over havo the power tho democratic candidate. Wo do not ed to bar tho doom of tho fold. his breast. Ho waa buried Wednesday. vouch fcr the truthfulness of these charg Clovoland, unyielding, uncompromis- wo hopo thoy will glvo him tho oillce. Mr. J. 0. Mahan and wife aro visit- es, but whether LIBERTY. ing, nbovo tho temptation to punder or true or otherwise, they cater to demands that would bring popu- ing hia father's family, near Pleasant camoto lis from republicans and we give Absence on several occasions nc- larity and party ngrandizatneut, requir- Viow. Mr. M. A. Mooro and bride re- them to show how Mr. Lay was regardturned homo last Thursday evening. A ed by hia own party beforo ho waa nom- counts for the non appearance ol our ed that right should prevail; that his adusual letter in tho Intekior Jouknal, ministration Bhould go down in history bountiful feast was spread at tho Wil- inated for tho Senate. So no more nbout Win. Olemiuous, familiarly known clean, pure nud patriotic. Is ho endord liamsburg Hotel, where they entertained Mr. Lay, but wo want to say to tho Echo And prices to suit the times. We now have an as "Buck," Clemmons, died near Xeely's ed by his party? No! Did ho foresee quite a number of friends and ro'ativca correspondent that our letters from Mid- dteburg nre published in n paper that is Gap, in thin county, a few days since at tho result, as he did the wisdom of his on their arrival. the advanced ago of 03 years. He was a read by quite a number of people cf thia rouruo? Yen; and bent all his genius to MUSICAL NOTES. soldier in tho late war, belonging to tho issue to prevent tho people in their community, and not in ono that rarely Company B., 1st Kentucky Cavalry RegOy SueS. Mlllhouser. blindness from self destruction. Then over finds its way to tho outside world. Tho well known pianist, Fanny Bloom-fiel- d Hereafter when you refer to the writer, iment. what n painful sadness must ho endure Elder J, Q. Montgomery, on Sunday Zelsler, has gone to Europe for a havo tho manliness to send us a copy of when ho contemplates tho shalnight, closed a very interesting protractlowness, except for evil, that sways his concert tour. tho paper that wo may know what is beed meeting of ore week's duration. A Vladimir do Pacinian, the piano vir- ing said about us in print. enlightened!?) people, nbovo whom he good audience was in attendme'o all the Of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Flannels, Comforts, Blankets, Cloaks, tuoso, played at Boston Oct. ISth, 25th fitands so high intellectually that the va time and close atteutlon was paid to the DANVILLE. pore hanging between him and tho mass- and Nov. 2d. Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Handkerchiefs. able speaker. There were two additions Tho groat acoustician, Hehnholtz, has es obacuro his boarings from their com(Advocate.) by baptism. prehension. Washington, whoso mom-o- rr arrived in this country in connection Mrs, Eliza Andorson, mother of tho Wash Tarter shot and mortally with scientific matters. is thrice more dear to Americans late JuJro A. Anderson, of Danville, wounded Joe Miuton on last Saturday Chevalier Do Koutaki, tho emineut died Sunday night, aged SG. than that of all other soldiers nud night. Minton died Sunday night. The statesmen, wa not without censure pianist and composer, is giving a series Rd Walker, of Garrard, sold to During tho last year of his administra- of recitals in California prior to his leav- Thomas Ohuuault, of Madison, Si picked particulars havo not been learned here yet, only that the difficulty cauio up tion tho question of impeaching him wn6 ing America for Japan. feeders, 1,'iSO pounds, at 3ji. over an old grudge. The affair took Tho Boston Symphony Orchestra unaeriously considered and Congress went V. A. Markwell, one of tho oldost ; placo on Trace Fork Creek. No arrests so far aa to decline to accord him an es- der its now director, Einil Pauer, gives citizens of Hoyle, died Monday night afhive been mjule yet. It i9 roported Ol Gents', Ladies' and Children's Shoes to be found anywhere 2ft concerts In Boston and flvo each In ter a .short tablished courtesy and honor, because illness. Ho loavbs a widow that Tarter has either left that section Dcn't fail to see our Carpets and Rugs. hut no children. ho would not bo urgod into an avoidablo Now York nud Philadelphia. A national chorus, to bo known, as (). Huncs nnd wifo are or is in concealment. when tho Stntea wero In no condiIiev. Geo. war The republicans had a graud jubileo tion to moot it. And to day his) patriot- tho National Festival nnd Oratorio So- wltu Dr. and Mrs. J. 0. Lolo for n few here on last Thursday night over tho ism me"tB universal applause. So it ciety, la to ha formed in Washington, I). days. Mr. Barnes next meeting miy ho election returns generally and particuwill bo with Cleveland, hit ntntesmnn-ehl- C. It will number 1,000 voices. held at Somersot. larly over the election of Casey's redChristino Ntlsson, who liws In Mal-ri- d may have beon equalled in one, his Mr. Salyerds, of Green county, the greater p.irt of tho tint, hut two bought the Junction City Times outfit, headed '"sang digger," Jesse 0. Lay. wisdom in another, his fidelity nud Anvils were tired until all the powder patriotism in another, but in whom, in rooma curiously papered in her bouse, which was old nt auction to satisfy a was ox h nus tod in one merchant's store juJtfinent, for J7oj and will likely resume what man of grUnesg, of genius, have one is her sleeping room, which ia and would have continued for an indefiwith slienta of tmisio from tho the publication of the paper. nil thoso been blended to make the great Dealers In nite time, if another merchant could Mrs. Ida Vanl'elt, who was a Miss Moeoa of tho time? Tho pure patriot scores of dilleront operas in which sho havo been aroused from his clumbers. whoso otllcial nets speak ull around the liaaHting; tho other is the dining room, Stone, of IJurin, died Wednesday of docorntod with hotel bills g altered dur- typhoid fever. Hor husband is down Some of tho younger democratic boys clobe, ntands ulono in his greatness, took part in the fun, whi'e a few of the with tho same disease, sho having con "r.irty ia but nnlJorgnnlzation to ing her many tours. older ones appeared to bo rather uncomTo Gounod wo owe tho hl that is tracted it from him while attoudiug bin effect means, not to enrich nnd elevate fortable. Co".. Adams was calkd upon m m and corporations, nnd principles used to ohatiKo the pitch of a tune in a . he bide. Thoy had only been married n t and made a short aud eloquent speech. .!. II aro nbovo measures and men and parties, piiunugr.ipii. mult) listening to an ex few months. Earnest Wilkinson, a youth about IS may fall and fall,!'.but princi- hibition on a phonograph it occurred to tho latter years of age, met with u eomowhat novHenry Russell, of Henry county, ples live and thoy shnll not bo sacrificed him that by turning tho cylinder on the - el adventure on the night of for mon or party during my administra- which tho tune is reconlod, faster or Tonn., was killed by the accidental disRetiring to his room in the SceOur Large and Splendid Line Of slower, the music would be transposed chargo of hia gun. Tho load mado such tion." Scorohim with (epithet, j)0ur intonhighoror lower key as tho case a largo hole in his loft breast that hia Becond story of his father's boarding-housout all your rials of odium upon him; very latu at night, he found occharge tho ovils of tho preceding admin- might bo. Tho suggoation was folio wad heart fell out and was In one of his cupying bis bed oue whom ho supposed istration to him in the present seeing and proved to bo in accord with the hands when ho was picked up. A lurga glycerine cap was found in to bo a boon companion, John Rowland, only tho consequence and blind to tho laws of t!i vbmtion of sound. Oharlert;(touno.l, whodiedat ParisOct. an F. F. V. baggage car at Huntington, of McKinney, and commenced shaking cause, but ho will go down In history tho ISth. waa boru thoro Juno 17th, ISIS. W. Va. Tho finding was accidental, but him. But it proved to be a German greatest man of his day nnd time. of GO years shako Ida head Ills musical talent devolopod early and it undoubtedly saved tho train from be- from Louisville, who had come in on his I see a man father's hack and who could not speak a iu contradiction, "aa though 00 years of his parents wero able to glvo him tho ing blown up, ns tho weight of a single of the best instruction. His first trunk would havo caused It to explode. word of our language. The Dutchmm, Btupldity inherits wisdom." A hale, bonuilt The last words of Johnson, who was being rudely aroused from his slumbers, At last. The consumer has been squeezed long and hard by the gi compositions wero masses. In these pensioner saya "Harrison;" a d and worooxprossed a religious sentiment, electrocuted at Aubnrn, N. Y., Tuesday, thought he was being robbed, caught ant monopolies of manufactures, but now the wlio30 vicious raiding manufacturers and importers are clumping their products as hnvo destroyed hia ca- Joined with exalted musical immagina-tlon- , were, "Wipe my nose, Mr. Stout," which Earnest by the collar and raised an nnd cig.uottea which has been tho vitalizing spir ho said iu a broad grin as tho water from alarm, Earnest, after losing a few col- fast as they can, which means that prices are now being pacity for mind, eaya "Buffalo Bill." In gettiug away Kucli of thoso has nu inlluenco iu the it of all his wonderful work. His oarly the spongo in the electrode trickled lar buttons, succeeded of thia country oven tho attempts at operatic composition did not down when it was applied to his fore from the frightened Dutchman and ran unvnrnmeut ....-down stairs. Other members of the boy lias, nnu an iieip iu huuiiu ita histo' meet with easy acceptance, but these head. n. M. Lablky. ry uopiorauiui a Anna Wintorn, of Chicago, was giv family went up with a light nnd by pan- wero proparations for the one groat in his goods and work, which carried his name to the en slU.UOU damages in the common tomimo and gestures succeeded iu allay- Right and left, and the fellow witbthe cash can lay Nashville. Tonn., Oct. 14. 1893. ing tho guest's fears until morning, sell them far below old prices. I am happy to say to one and all that Oimtlomou: Ulcerated sore throat of four quarters of the civilizod world. pleas court agalu&t Georgo LoBoutillier, have a malignant form was prevailing in my "Faust" was his riponed fruit and placed a New York dry goods merchant. Whilo when Mr. A. Li pa was called upon and I have been one of the fortunate ones and second-han- them in my house. goods, rotten neighborhood and affected both youna his namo among tho world's great in his store a young clerk, who mado a explained the wholo affair to tho mysti- They are new and fresh; no old stock or and old. Stockton's Antiseptic cured All his works, great or Bmall, boar practice of snapping plus, accidentally fied stranger in his own language. Ear- with age or infected with disease, but fresh from the mauufac-turermy little son in ono night after all other nest will be careful hereafter how ho apRead these prices and see the goods. All the standard brands remedies bad failed. I know of others witness to tho earnestness of his ileslro hit her in tho eye with one, destroying proaches even his own bed in tho dark. of Calicoes at 5c yard; Hoosier Cotton sc yard. Men's Calf Shoes Bight. to do honor to the art ho loved. By the who used it with same results. Respectfully, The steamer, China, which arrived Gounod's death music lias lost one of its $i, worth $1.50. Baby Shoes 25c, worth 75c. Children's Shoes 50c Seo tho World's Fair for 15 Cents. J. W. Kuxaiinii. at San Francisco, Sunday, brought nowa greatest exponents. Ladies' Button Shoes 75c, worth $1.25. Ladies' Button Upon receipt of your dJit and ij cents In worth Si. For Balo by A. R. Penny, Stanford. of a frightful loss of life and destitution K stage itampt e will mail you our Souvenir Shoes 90c, worth $1.50. The largest and best selected stock of Columbian Exposition. the rl James T. Mullins, proprietor of a caused by the floods in the southern The folio of priceWorld' but as we want you to regular ia joe, ThiB iNaEEHOl.U in Hustonvillc. I will also have a mammoth line SaXUV'b QUBRliY TO stone quarry in Rockcastle, and who is and middle provinces of Japan. Nearly have on we make the price nominal. You will Clothing ever shown lie J it a work of Art and a thine to bu t rui. It of Ladies' Cloaks Oct 1st at half price. A full line of Family Groceries. (words and music regular beautiful song furnishing atone for the government 1,000 homes were destroyed, upward of contain full page views of the grsit nldir.gs, Come early and get the best at auction prices. Respectfully, sheet music Blze) will bo mailed to any. building at Richmond, had bis right eyo 2,000 persons are known to have been with descriptions of tame anil lie.- - i.l lnu highest style ot art. If not satisfied u 'after enclosing 5c in stamps to D. G. Ed- blown ono stamp out and right hand torn off by a drowned, while almost as many are you get It we will refund the E. HuvWI a - t ?ou ) , Leep the book. Address H. wards, General Passenger Agent, 0. II. premature explosion of powder. Chicago, III. missing. & D. R. R-- , Cincinnati, Ohio. J KJItor Interior Jou-n- il Stanfoud, Nov. 13. Graud, tlrtu calm G rover Cleveland, president o( . to-da- Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 5m VA T y j Centre College Academy. Fresh-na- Home Boarding and Training: Department a, rs, OYSTERS I con-ventlo- n. Fruits of Every Kind, R. ZIMMER. Splendid Dinner for 25c. NEW I GOODS 1 to-d- ay s nn f f "K" SEVERANCE 8c SON. p pa-por- ed FARMS & HARDIN, say-fu- g, ..... Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Steves, Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Tinware, &c. jolifi-catio- n. o FARMING IMPLEMENTS. THE HARD TIMES ARE OVER panic-scarred ovr-loade- 200-poun- ,. ILAITOHTlSIlffiB d mas-tor- e. s. . JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. .f. ' ..! ,r ; (1 !-- ., v ,r ",., "-- n" " g.T -- . r.tJb t ' . ,'MMnaHvfv iuwi )jWiihj.llii i l,.,i. '. r, i? n.- - h , u y r IH 1 Ik ' 'yf f. ! Tuk restoration of the queen of the Gov. Brown also proclaims that Nov. Hawaiian Islamln to tho throne from 30th must bo observed us n day of which she was deposed by the aid of thanksgiving. President Harrison's minister without Hon. James McDonald, Stanford, Kv., Novemhei17, 1893 right or authority, is causing tho repub goueral and of State in Vir licans a great deal of worry and eonio of giuia, is dead. tho llreaterd go into convulsions because Dra. James S. Ilowo and J. B. VV. P. WALTON. Jhff&Vy mk MM &Utiufl?iMJtaMMuiy3 B President Cleveland and his secretory of Scholl have been appointed pension exState had the manliness to undo n great aminers at Jamestown. injtistlco to an interior nation. Mr. Clev A heavy auowfall is reported nt eland can always bu dopended on to do Dunkirk and Buffalo, N. Y.; Wllkes-barr- e, At the Louisville Store. Sweeping, Startling Reduction. The extraordinarily low prices quoted in the the ricut thiug and wo aro sura that in Pa ; Milwaukee and Oweu Sound, past two weeks bespenke the language of economy best known to all. You squander your money if you trio end tho peoplo will fully justify Out. spend a dollar for clothing, cloaks, dry goods, shoes, &c, at any other house than what he ia now being so roundly villitied Several lives wero lost in Memphis Mobs are nlways cowardly and usually for. hy tho burning of tho Wetter block, one man can whip a thousand and two which was partly occupied by tho A msrATCii eays that tho Christian can put ten thousand to flight. Xot Young Mon's Christian Association. willing to run tho risk of being shot in Endeavor Union of Cleveland, 0 , has Four men wero fatally injured by jump attempting to tako tho negro rapist, Ev decided to take a band in politics and ing from windows and several others ane, from the soldiery, tho Nelson coun work for candidates pledged to tho en wero more or less hurt. Tho property ty band of hoodlums, each of whom de- actment and enforcement of good laws. loss will reach 5500,000. to do any good it had serves death almost as much as the ne- If the union wishes An iucomo tax of probably two per We arc the Pioneers of low, cash prices in Stanford, and our prices named will satisfy all who comnnrc gro himself, went to his house, supposed better fight shy of politic. It will low- cent, on salaries above 53,500 or $1,000 is them that we are the lowest. Just think of it. Ladies gray or tan cloaks, latest stvle. 82. so worth to be occupied by his mother and other er its own standard and accomplish favored by n majority of the Houso ways Black jersey'jackets, high sleeves, Si. 50 worth $.. Ladies' cape cloaks, double breasted in env members of his family and blew it up nothing beyond bringing itself into dis- and means committee. It is estimated tan and black $3 50, worth $7. Ladies all wool, fur trimmed, double breasted cloaks, in urav t.i. with dynnmite. Fortunately the family repute. that this would afford an nnuual rove black, $$, worth S 1. All of our better grades in ladies' cloaks will be old comnarativelv low rhil had left it, but it was not the fault of Harrison has a broth nuo of SdU.UW.UOO anu would remove dren's cloaks will be sold at your own price the miserable) mob that murder was not the necessity of making any inereasa in added to its other crime. The perpetra- er, J. Scott Harrison, who is a credit to other internal revenue taxes. tho family. He is a democrat and 'contors of the diabolical deed deservo to bo sequently a gentleman and .Mr. Clevepunished to tho full extent of tho law 3MT. VERNON, ROGKCASTLE COUNTY. and every good citizen of Nelson coun- land has just appointed him surveyor of Mr. and Mrs. Othor Swinney have ty owes it to himself and to the State at customs at Kansas City. arrived from AbIi Grove, Texas. Will be sold lower than ever. Jtans pants 75c worth $1 25. Good wool jeans pants Si, worth large to help bring the ecoundrels to NEWSY NOTES. S1.50: Tho Ladies' Aid Society will give an Mens' Casimcre suits justice. They can not afford to harbor S3. 50 and $5, worth double the money. Children's suits 75c. Si and Si. 25, Alpine, Toxap, had a snow oyster eupper Nov. 30, Thaukpgiving fully such fiends in their midst or permit worth double the money. Men's iul boys' evening. their good name to be so injured abroad. this week. ThejWestern Union operates Work on tho Instituto building is miles of wire. building is beprogressing. A Tub oflicial returns show that there A 512,000,000 will case in New York ing put up. will be exactly as many democrats in 300 plaintiils and defendants. The members of tho Baptist church the next General Assembly of Ken- has It. D. Moore has been appointed contemplate building n church on Rich Don't forget that our shoes will still be sold at the same low prices advertised in tucky as in the last, an even ono hunour last week's postmaster at Keary, Laurel county. mond street iu tho near futuro. Come and secure them before it is too late. dred. In the House there- will bo 73 At Eubanks the homo of n holiness The Literary Socioty, of which Miss democrats, 22 republicans, three preacher named Cloo was burned by in- Gertrude Weber is president, met with democrats and only two pop MisH Nannie Kennedy last Monday eveulists. The Senato will stand 27 demo- cendiaries. : A railroad treasurer was Bsndbsg-gening. to 11 republicans. Tho number of crats in his office in Chicago in the day Migaes Gertie and May tie Weber enA. URBANSKY & Ctt., the latter is increased in both Houses, Ky. time and robbed of SJO.OOO. tertained the young peoplo last Saturday but their gain is the populists' loss, not Mrs. Fannie Holler, of Paris, was evening in thoir most charming stylo. ours. With 50 majority or more in the burned to death while filling a lamp. Miss May Millor is attending tho Con- not nter into the nolltfft. of thecoun-- l House and 10 in tho Senate, it rather -oil spilled and eaught from tho fire servatory of Music in Cincinnati. Miss- try. Such aro not worthy tho uutno of looks as if the democrats will continue to The in the grate. es Ella Butnerand Carrie Lair visited democrats, being intluoncod by motives have their own way. lr' ' W The Ohio State building, ono of the friend 8 here. that are purely selfish or malicious. 1 ' Mrs. Mollio Ingram, of Lrin, Tumi , A dispatch in a Lnutsvillo paper Witii no U. S. Senator to elect and a prettiest at tho World's Fair, was sold r James, John democratic governor to check its devil- at auction for $300 and will be removed Bays Will Vowels, a printer, who was and her children. cfjSif try, tho Now York republican Legisla- to Cincinnati. formerly a citizen of this place, had shot nnd Floyd, are tho guests of her father, At Somerset, Jim Crews, for the a man at Paducah during a quarrel over Mr. Isaac Hamilton. Mitw Mollio Ware ture, permitted to bo chosen by stay-a- t . Is Kocoivinfr His home democrats, was regarded as harm- - murder of Ed Trainham, was given 21 the discharging of Vowel's brother. The has been visiting friends in Mitchells-buriris visiting Miss Mollio Karly lees. Tho republicansihuvo a maionty years instead of having his neck broken wound ianot dangerous and young Vow: els is on hand. in both branches of the General Assem- as he deserved. friends in Louisville. Miss Mary Pher.-- g The governor haa refused to pardon bly and it is so largo that they have alhas gone to Chicago to .iinke her Capt. W. II. Spradlin, resident enGoods Warranted and a Pcrlect Fit Guaranteed. Give mc call. Armstrong, the woman murderer, bo gineer in.constructiug the Log mountain home with her father. Miss ready begun to scheme to increase it to so that they can pass any Taylorsville will have a legal neckj branch from Pineville, has finished his Hurley, little daughter of Mr. Georgo bill they choose over the governor's ve- stretcbing on Dec. 1. work and has moved his family to this Moore, is very ill of hrain fever. It. I Tom Nelson, who murdered Benja- county nnd will shortly locato at this Stark and John F. Klin, of the L. k .V, to. They propose to unseat a number of democrats in order to accomplish this min Betls, another negro, was lynched place. Mrs. Annie Miller, of Columbus, were hero this week. John Ashworth, end and they never stop at any rascality by n mob composed entirely of colored O , is visiting relatives here. Mr. J. W. of Corbin, foreman of the K. D. system, i want to reduce my large stock of Vatclii. rinri-,t t...-i.- .. people at Varner, Ark. Nesbitt, onr stavo dealer, is in Caoy for is here 011 oflicial business. L. P. Gray, and oiTer to carry a point. them .it prices never so low. Call nnd examine the stock. B. L. Davis, aged 72, shot and killed a few days, where ho bought a million O. P. Bond and W. L. Dudderar, of LivTiik last of Middlesboro's many banks Win. Able, GO, in Franklin county, be- staves. ingston, aro visiting this city. J. II. Ladjesj watches former price $50 now 540 00; has gone the way of the others. The cause he persisted in his attentions to U. S. deputy marshals arrested Tom Weaver and family will move to Science Ladies' watches former price S3 5 now 27.00; Coal A Iron Bank, after weathering the oue of Davis' daughters. Madree nnd Bob Lackey, negroes, here Hill, on the C S, next week. Ladies watches former price S25 now 17.50. financial storms of last summer, shut up Gov. Altgeld, of Illinois, is too has- last Sunday, charged with attempted in America is conced- - Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, The finest tram shop Tuesday and passed into a memory. ty in declariog that there is not ono An- train wrecking, in connection with the Plated Knives and forks all at the It was organized in 18S9 with British archist in all of Illinois. Haa the gov- Ballew gang. They were taken to Lon el to be tho Southwestern Limited via to New York and capital and for a while coined money, ernor forgotten himself? : don, where Lackey was roleased and BIG FOl' It ROITK : Boston. but the general depreciation of values in Fred Hughes, of Paducah, dealt his Madree jailed and carried to Covington This magnificent Wagner Train has This sale will be made for CASH. Uring the the Magic City, wutcn is neiu as securi- step father, Monroe Wyatt, a blow with Monday, along with Ballew and Collins. money aloiifj with you. ty, was too much for it. Its liabilities a chair which killed him, because Wy It appears that Ballew's wife gave the been built especially for service between and Boston, are 550,000 and its assets next to noth- att had slapped his little Bister. ZFDSIfcTIISJ-X- ". matter away , regarding an attempt to Cincinnati, New York ing. Sic transit gloria mundi. through solid to theso cities By the anexation of 75 square miles wreck mail train No. 2t3som four weeks of cars. Composed of of unincorporated territory Cincinnati since just south of the "big fill" two John C. McWhorter, now of this added 22,000 to her population and in- miles from this place, when Coaches, Wagner Sleeping Cure, Liiron wedges and Hotel Dining county, but formerly of Jackson county, creased her tax value 55,500,000. wero tied on to the rails. Tho train brary and Cafe Car, has announced himself a candidate for The net treasury balance Wednes- knocked them off, doing no damage. Ma- C.ir it has become lamous Complete in If you do not, try ours. We arc now receiving our winter coods the as doorkeeper of tho Houbo day was down to $95,0SS,974, the lowest dree confessed that he was in this raid all of its appointments it is such as of Representatives of the next General sum ever reached. "king of theroad." Of this $Sl,9l,37G and his part of the work after the train Assembly, and his many friends hope was gald and $13,09 t,49S was currency. It leaves Cincinnati at 0.00 p. in. daily wai thrown off was to grab as many mail that his ambition will be gratified. He from Central Union Station, making con The deadly folding bed continues to Backs as possible and make for the woods. filled the position most worthily during get in its work. Tho one Mr. and Mrs His companions were to look after the nections with all through trains from the (Iltidnut's,) Carolina Rice, Koerster Cakes and Crackers, the last session, though hopelessly crip- Van were sleeping in at Memphis closed express car. Ba'lou had quite a library South and lands passengers in Now York pled, and ho trusts to his record and his on them arid concerning Jesse James and the louni:- - City nt Grand Central Station, avoiding both were crippled for life. er boys and Western outlawry gener ferry tr.wihfur. When you go Last take Simon pure democracy to agaiu pull him George W. Ferris and the construc- ally. through. thin train. P. J. and Imported Maccarorii. Nice Assortment ol Candies, Fruits tion company that built his wheel lost I). B. Martin, General Passenger and ROWLAND. and Nuts. Fresh Bread every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 5G2.000, it is said, but tho etock holders Ticket Agent. Weekly Gazette has The Cincinnati K O. McCormick, Passenger Iralhc Master Willie Soden presented his and al- were paid n dividend of 22 per cent on been changed to a Manager. the investment. grandmother, Mrs.W. II. Dudderar.with though it priuts 12 to 10 pages each John Burgraff, of Marion, S. D.,shot a chair that cost 50. Dealers Staple and Fancy Groceries. week, the very low subscription price of Tolmubt'b Uatkh. Bound trip ticket to scare his two younger brothers. His W. Adams' faithful mule will de- to Lookout Mountain, Tenn., Florida and J. SI a year has not been increased. Though republican in politics, tho aim was not good though and the load liver no mora coal, having gone to a Georgia points, Ashevillo, N. C, New Gazette prints tho news without color- entereb tho heads of tho young men, clime of perpetual heat. Orleans, La., Mexico City, Havnna, etc, killing them instantly. Our school now numbers 11G, inclu- will be placed on Bale by the Queen & ing and both its daily and W. F. Putnam, president of the Lex- - ding three attentive young men, who issues are models of the modern newsCrescent Route on and after Nov. 1st, at ing water works, has been arrested in come occasionally to recite their story cf paper. Attention is called to tho notico greatly reduced rates. 'rho Q. & C. is of the "Twice a Week" in another col Exeter, Mass., for embezzling 530,000 lovo to the accomplished assistant. noted as running solid vestibuled trains from the National Granite Bank, of There is a decided neglect of duty to Floridn.and New Orleans. Direct line umn. MY- which ho in president. in tho postal service, either at Stauford to thH Southern Tourist Resorts. Finest In his sermon on the Mount, Christ Hoke Smith's law shingle has been or on tho run from Stanford to this trains in tho South. Ask your agent said "Blessed are the peacemakers, for taken down at Atlanta. Tho Secretary place. On two occasions in tho last few for tickets over tho Queen fc Crescent; they shall be called the children of God." of tho Interior had two partners, hut days letterB have been received via the ho will quote you rates or you can That is eminently a distinction devoutly differencea arose between them and he K. C. which were mailed iu Stanford Goods arc- W. O. Rinearson, G. P. A.,Cin to to be wished, but the peacemaker in these decided to "take down his sign." O. Rowland the day previous. A failure to low grounds of sin and sorrow usually In New York Mrs. Paul Dardis receive one of them on time caused the Mr. W. M. Terry, whs ha bwn In the drug gets the worst of it. The latest instance gavo birth to five months' twins. Klkton, Ky . for the patt twelve years, One recipient to loso several dollars. It says: at"Chamberlain' Cough Kmnly Kive bet occurred in Paducah this week, when of them lived and was put in an incubaseems that it could bo kept in line, espe- ter atiitctlon than any other cough median,! No lor this ever sold." There n a good ono of the blessed stepped in between tor with the hope of rearing it, but it cially so cerwithin a mile. other will cure a cold o quickly j no other two infuriated men just in time to get a too gavo up its feeble ghost Tuesday. croup; no other preventive and Miss Viola's Novelty Company, con- tain a so much relief ioeuro for whooping cough. case of knife thrust into his heart. Tho Cincinnati Enquirer eaya that a sisting of circus, theatrical and minstrel KorialebyV II. McKoberts, Druggists, StanNew York woman rode on tho cow- performers, gavo an exhibition at the ford , Kv. The populists in Virginia are talking of an engine from Iiew ' York to hall over I. Hamilton's storo WednesAll Froo. through thoir hats and claiming that catcher Those who have used Dr. Kins' New DIcov Chicago, without being seen either by day night to a good audience, considercry know iu value and thoe who have Mot have their vote wa3 not counted by the on ing the inclement weather. Their per- now the opportunity to try It free. CallI reo. thft Jil- returning boards. That's always the engineer or other of tho trainmen. get a tml b ittle G. W. Caryl, of Philadelphia, is at formances wero varied nnd well execu- vertucd druggist andlluek'rn .V Co , Chicago,bend awl your name to 11. E. whipping tho tho case. Tho worse tho trial bottle tho head of a movement to save the ted, giving general satisfaction. Splen- cetu as couv of Dr. Kin: .Now 1. lie nils an a well of Guide to liittlth and llouichitld greater the howl. An adverse majority building of tiie World's Fair and hold did music was dispensed by tho Brod- - Instructor free. All of which KuamnUiil to do ft SINK it EMS zm ' of 50,000 ought U. bring the populists you good another exposition next year. A meet neau brass uami. iiiey announced an drugstore.and cost you nothing at A. K. 1'enny'i to their senses if they have any. ing was hold and committees appointed. other performance to night, Thursday. ThoModorn Jack Hornor. It has been ascertained that in the Some of tho local democratic defeats Neouoks aro not much given to mob"I.ttlle Jack Horner satin a cornet, blowing up of tho theatre at Santander, in the last election furnish the best reaEaling a Christ 11x1 pic; bing ono of their race, but when they do Ho put in his thumb and pulled out a plum, And said 'what a giod lioy am I !' ', such things thoy go the whole porcine. Spain, by the anarchists 250 people were sons to convince any man that a combiMonday night they took a negro mur- killed, 400 injured and 80 are still miss nation of malice, ignorance and a want of Hut little lack Horner became a deep mourner glutton. When older he derer from jail at Varner, Ark., and af- ing. The damage to property was about pure democratic allegiance produced tho For his liver, I'll grew and a like a dead weight, trr stale, was -- 2SZa result. It is well known that men, who As he drank wine and ate too much mutton. hanging and shooting him to death, $2,500,000. ter -- O. C. Shields, aged J2, of Chicago, are called democrats hnvo failed to supburned his body. l'oor Jack' time ol cricf, however, was brief confessed being tho innocent cause of port democrats because they voted With Anu ol sickness he ceased to he fearful friend It is estimated that 200,000 Kentuck-ia- ns tho Kock Island suburban wrck in Chi- against the licensed sale of whisky, and For a boonPellets." said "Well, let's try Pierce And with cood liven both are now cheerful. visited the World's Fair. If they cago which caused 12 deaths, besides on the other hand, some have voted Pleasant Pellets, absolute, ly elfec- Dr. average of f 50, which is a small about 30 people being injured. He pick- against democrats because they voted tlve in Pierce's sick headache, conatipat'on, Indspent an cases of and all derangements of the itomjch and ication, estimate, n million of dollars was taken ed up a signal fuse, not knowing what for the licensed sale of whisky. Thoy bowels. Satisfaction guaranteed. Solicited. from Kentucky alone. No wonder the it was, and threw it on another track. all need to be taught that tho whisky $500 reward ofleree for an incurable case ol CaI He was released. cry of "hard times" prevails. question is purely a local iasuo and does tarrh by the proprietors of Dr. Sage's Remedy, jactsjby druggists. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal "I nWHlftlllH A SriSai 6 OB 8 PAGES', At The Louisville Store. !all-wo- n,i 1 JL- - OT3BE 3C 3Sir - S-.- 50, 12-inc- 740,-00- 0 first-clas- s vercoats at Your Own Price- - - "ad" inde-depende- d THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Stanford, H.G.RUPLEY,-r-ft"- w. I f urn hf FALL AND WINTER GOODS. per-mine- two-thir- ds Great Clearance Sale. c SAME SWEEPING REDUCTION. run-nin- g o with-outchang- A.. IR. Klo-ga- nt Do You Get Good Coffee? tion to-da- y Cracked Wheat, Oatmeal, Hominy, California Canned and Evaporated Faraits, semi-weekl- McKINNEY bros!, rock-ribbe- semi-weekl- y JSTEW -- CrOOIDS H. J. McROBERTS. nd-dre- ss cin-nat- i, ss FA1LIL 6 WINTJB3H AN In Come and See, I rd lem-ocrat- ic I r- fr7PS&iA ss ! -i- iifc "v-rtu.-- -- Correspondence Cood Attractions WALTON BEOS., Managers. ' ji ...' '- - , ., - -'"'- - . ' ..". ,. ,'ii,a A . o. v .i-- ji . (T- - li K JlUli Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal VERY EASITA7 TIRED. 1893 MRS. FRANK LESLIE ACKNOWLEDGES Stanford, Kv., NoVEMiinnt7, W. P. WALTON. HER SEX'S WEAKNESS. Tlte Itclplcaanraa Woiiirn Tliclr He. How Arcumont AVnrrira Tliein TI10 Latliunte of aion. All I'ur lAtrtt A Cloe Aunlyala. (Copyrkht. 163, by Amrrlcati Press Assocla. tlon.l cif rrilltary Inciiunllty 1 On this doctors don't dloRRruo. It may bo regarded nn an nwiuretl fact that tho doU'KnteB to tho I'nn American Congress at Washington, who travel over tho Gheunpeaku A Ohio Hallway will, with ono accord, pralso its Bccni'ry mid trnin Boryico. Thero is nothing in tho way of lovoly mountain views and Jpictureequo hi I ) 1 valleys ol tho Virjjinins. to compare with that through which tho Ches apeakeit Ohio Itailrood poFees. There U nothing o( historic nature in America as great as a trip through tho Virginias and there is no other railroad In America superior to tho 0. & 0. in tho smoothness and stability o( its tracks, the F. F. ot tl o i Vestibule Limited being ono trains of the world. Tho Oheta-peakfamous & Ohio pansea through Bull Hun, ManaBeaa and other noted battle fields and it In all respects tho beat route for and South-Wes- t tho West, North-WeNational Capital. For copy of to tho Virginia in black and while, freo and full information regarding rates and train service, address C. B. Kyan. Assistant G. P. A , Cincinnati, Ohio. o st fl-- yy HorfoIkiWesternflA SchtJuti te?t. J, 1B9J LEAVK NORTON DAILY 1010 a. m for Graham, IUuefield, Pocahontas Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Sltpln Cars Irom illuefiold to Norfolk and Radford, alio from Lynchburg to Richmond, Trains tor rocahotitai, Powhatan and Coodn will leave IUuefield daily at 7 00 a m, 1 05 p m and UaVe'lllucfirld 700am and 9 00 p m dally for Kenora and Columbui, O . Chlcaco and all points Weil. I'ullman 'etptr on 9 00 p m train lor Ch. Additional tralru for Welch and Intermediate Utiooa on Klkhorn Wave IUuefield 4 o P n dai Trains arrive at Norton Ironiths East dally at Yjr further Information as to schedules, rates Ac. apply to ag.nts of Norfolk .VWritwn Rail road or " ""' ILL, Gen, Pass. Agt Itoanokr, Va. M F. I1RAC.O, Trav. I'aai. Agent. 4 .IT VOU ARE GOING...... NORTH WEST, THK .. Louiavtuc lath 4 NaaHviitc R. R. line for you, ai lit Double Daily Trains Make clou connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Kor all pointi. THROUr.H-TICKKTS IIAOOAOK CHECKED THROUGH For any information ciquire of JOES. RICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky Or V. W. PENN.Trav. Pais. Agni, Junction C'ty, Ky SOLD. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, And all other Eastern Cities. ShortMt Line bttwpcn Louisville, Kattcrn Pemli. IN EFFECT NOV. i, Levington'and 1S91 EAST HOUND. Lve. Lealnirton 7 lepra Atlantic Kapre.s No. ji, daily Midland Accommodation, No 6, ea Sun.1l.40am Veslibuteil Eiprrti, No 14 daily o.iopn Ml. Sterling Accom , No v3, et.Suu ........ J.sjpm WEST HOUND. Arr. Leaington: Letington Accom,. No 7,ex Sun 7 35am Uiulivlllc Express No, ai, dally ... 4 15pm Lexington Accom. No. 15, ex Sun 6. 10pm Vcstibulcd Kipreta No: tj, daily Solid VritUiuted Tralni with Dining Cart. N. but tranfirs, Through Sleepers from Leingtn wilhou Change, C. II. KYAN, 11. W. FULLER, Gen. I'mi. A(1, Au'l Grn. Pass. Agt., Washington, D. C, Cincinnati. i.pm Nature Bhould bo assisted to throw offlmpurltlcBOftho CURES blood. Nothing does It bo well, bo promptly or so safely as Swift's MMJUUM. POISON LIFE Specific HAD NO CHARMS, For three years I was troubled with malarial poison, which caused ray appetite to fall, and I was greatly reduced In flesh, and Ufa lost all its charms. I tried mercurial and potash remedies, but to no effecLlcould getno relief. IthendecidcdtotryE9Bn A few bottles of this wonderful medicine- - mado a completo and permanent cure, and I now enjoy better health than ever. J. A. Rice, Ottawa, Kan. EBfil moiled froo. Our book on Blood and Skin Diseases Swire Bracing Co., Atlanta, Oa. of kv: univemitv, nnmmarohl fliilUi LEXINGTON. KY. "CfieaptitA KastausiniS Collage in tht World' Iwaried HtakMt M.a.r at WorU'a ExmltUa ft Qtnl liitow Wwllw. Miiura it Mo.k.kMpl i nniMjy.iMi. aia.l..M. Mvulr 1.000nta4.nta anaallj. t6TMtinpUjl. Oct .r fall U.U.m t'.uro.1iloJIf TdIiI.i. Hliuuin. ! U.wM, lxiiil tWU. I .1 trr i'r W. V.rKltua. it bnurul ..A kultkr.l. Vw alrc.l.r. rlkvr.MaM4.TT-WriUu- ui Tlrrky ij.jel.hit. Or.Ja.ui HKttutnl. Mdr.. TbU city WILBUff It. SMITH, LEXINGTON, KY. T IS tho fashion in these days totnlk very Krnndly ,n,lcn ibout tho equal "vB-r7 nn' rlghtM of women with men, tliclr equal cnpaclty for nearly all occupations, ofllccs nnd honnrrt, nnd nbovo nil their ri'ht to regulate nnd control their own nfTalra, whether olitical, financial, social or domorttlc. I, an n woman, stand up stoutly for my own eex; I do most firmly beliuvo them to bo in nil but bruto strength the equal of man, nnd in spiritual nnd moral strength very frequently bis sniHjrlor. 1 admire women, I lovo women, I long nnd work for tho advancement of women; bnt, na n woman not without jxmerH of obwjrva-tio- n and u wldo experiencu of tho world, I cannot but seo n certain Bido of tho tnith not ofton brought forward by women and not nt nil understood by men, nnd this is tho inherent helpless-nc- 8 of womnn in n stnigglo with man. Possibly this helplessness la largely duo to hereditary prejudice on tho part of man, hereditary self distrust on tho part of woman, but it is also largely duo to tho inherent natures of tho two sexes. Every virilo man has n vein of brutality in his composition, moro or less deftly buried lenenth tho surfaco of bis civilization, nnd every womnn is nt heart timid of encountering this brutality tliat is to say, every womanly woman is. Almost any man brought into business relations with n woman not his meets her propositions or with cither nn air of good uatnrcd tolernncc, or disquieted contempt of skeptical scrutiny, or of magnanimous acceptance, perhaps harder tobenr than any other of tho demonstrations of his superiority. lift n womnn try to nrguo a political point, or n point of statecraft or twliti-ra- l economy with a man, mulatto usually receives some Buch nnswer as tho famous insult offered by Gladstone, I think, to somo titled womnn who earnestly implored him to advocate somo measure. Listening with nit amused smile to all she had to say, ho simply ejaculated at tho end, "Oh, you darling!" nnd passed on as carcle&sly good humored as if ho had l)oou listening to tho prattle of n pretty child. Or, if tho man is not ns beuuvolout as Glndstoue, ho may reply in tho spirit of Napoleon, who assured Mine, do Stael that tho most valuablo womnn in his eniplro was tho ono who has borno most sons for Franco, or again, after tho manner of Henry VIII of England, who bado the nuns who tried to nrguo for their right to livo their own lives in their own way: "Go'spin, you jades; goBpinl" To opitomizo tho threo utterancos, womon in general nru to men in general cither "darlings," or mothers of children, or household nnd domestic mnchinos. Within thoso limits womnn receives admiration, protection nnd a certain amount of appreciation from every grade of men, but let Ikt stt-- outside theno limits, let her try to meet man titan his own intellectual or authoritative platform, and her disndvautngo is at onco mado nppurent, and her helplessness to overcome it stares her in tho face. No man ever meets her nud converses upon momentous subjects precisely n ho docs with another man, nnd until this is tho caso thero aro no trno cqn.il rights for tho woman. The woman seeks an interview with her business man or lawyer; sho wishes certain things dono nnd dono nt onco; tho business man or tho lawyer assured her with an nir of indulgent that what sho suggests cannot 1k dono, nt least not in her way and nt hur time; that to Bell, or to buy, or to invest, or to do whntover it is sho wishes to do is not possible, or if possiblo not desirable-, nud sho had better Ieavo it nil in his hands nnd rest secure thnt bo will do what is for tho best. Now just hero comes in tho helplessness of which 1 speak. Tho wouian feels confident thnt tho thing sho wishes conM bo done, nnd thnt it would bo well that it should bo dono, but 6ho lacks tho habit of command, tho self confidence, tho weight of will, that would enablo her to hold her own without ngitation or struggle. A woman can no moro hold her own against tho well trained innsculino mind In matters of business, the Inw or politics, than sho can against tho well trained masculino musclo in n pmrilistio nnd this is what I mean by tho inherent helplessness of woman. Sho may bo better informed than tho man, sho may havo n doep rooted conviction that sho is right, but she does not daro totako tho thing into her own hands and manago it in a manner contrary to thnt advised by tho man who claims to know that eho is wrong. Another point of a woman's inherent helplessness is her sensitiveness. The man's sneer, or his half veiled contempt for her opinion, or his exaggerated politeness and deference, all tell upon her courago and beat it down as if with blows of a fist or the stinging cuts of n whip. She feels wounded, hurt, nshamed even, while remaining suro that sho is In tho right. She withdraws from tho contest apparently defeated; but, liko Galilei, secretly murmuring, "But nevertheless it does move." In fact, Galilei is n conspicuous illus nh T ijrat cm-ploy- nrgu-men- ts p pa-tien- tration of my theory. Ho hnd quicker jwrceptionB nnd a keener insight, moro courngjous theories nnd moro faith In o his own Intuitions than tho wholo of cardinnls with tho pontiff included, but when ho propounded theso theories ho found himself opposed to tho solid phalanx of the ages in tho form of a governing class, who intended to governors. lie wns defeated by frowii3 and sneers and smiles and jeers, behind which lay tho power of life and death. Beaten down nnd overwhelmed, ho signed tho recantation of his profession of truth, rando a humblo apology for having been brighter than his masters and went nwny muttering tho which wo havo quoted. I wonder how many women havo walked out of the ofllco, tho study, tho back parlor, the vestry when they have held nn Interview with somo male arbiters of their destinies, their heads upright, their cheeks glowing, their eyes bright with anger nnd unshed tears, their hearts hot with defeat nnd humiliation, muttering to themselves in ono form or another, "But for all that it does move!" Another clement Is woman's helplessness in her relations with man in her lovo of being loved, nnd this desiro in its various developments is perhaps the root of n womnn's natnro. Every woman has it, oven the coarsest termagant, tho hardest and boldest wrangler for her rights every ono of them in tho coro of her heart longs to bo loved by somebody, to bo tho first object in somebody's life, to havo somo ono to whom sho may turn and bo sure of welcomo nnd of sympathy. It is one of tho very best nnd most precious factors of womanhood, bnt, alas! it is ono of its most terrible dangers. A woman with no ono to lovo her Is tho most miserable of creatures. Sho loses half her value in lwr own eyes. Sho is tiunblo to do justice to tho best of her nature. Sho cither hardens and becomes cold, defiant, bitter nnd narrow, or eho withers and languishes liko spring flowers in nn f.mt wind. Perhaps 6ho does not know her own need. Perhaps eho scoffs nt lovo and declares herself strong enough to livo without it nnd says, as did a famous literary woman: "I nm of the oak oaky nnd do not understand women who aro of tho vino viney nnd must havo something to cling to." And yet this very woman clung to her kindred nud her adopted child with a really noblo devotion. Soiuetin. sn loveless womnn cherishes n dog. n bird, a cat, and In'stows upon tho little bruto a wealth of lovo enough to enrich a monbuys tho lovo of n arch; sometimes companion or of n servant; eometimes sho becomes a philanthropist nnd distributes her unnsed affection over wholo nrmles of orphans and phalanxes of wid ows; sometimes if sho is of n certain temperament sho becomes "a religions" and joins a sisterhood devoting their lives to good works nud their hearts to God. In that caso sho tells herself that sho needs no earthly outlet for her affections; that her entiro nature is turned into the channel of adoring lovo for tho Divine Being, nnd sho probably feels that hho thus secures a higher place In his affections than her moro lnuudnuo sisters can hope to hold. It is n heroic choice, a noble lifo, but who enn doubt that it must hold moments of chill disappointment, of withering Insufficiency, of terrible despair? In tills world human creatures livo in bodies. They are surrounded by earthly needs nnd enres and sympathies, and to deny or to starvo nil theso is to defeat tho very purpose of our being. A mortal woman needs mortal love, nnd sho will seek it in ono formornuother, if sho is at liberty, as euroly ns n housing seeks her dovecote or n porishiug deer MKks tho wnter. I do not say that this all powerful thirst applies always or entirely to tho lovo of man and womnn naturally terminating in marriage. A woman cares for tho lovo of her own fcex, for tho love of her employees, for the lovo of her friends, her circlo, her society, boita largo or a small body. Men say women havo a passion for admiration, an appetite for Hattery, n thirst for npplause. True, true enough! But all theso cravings nro but forms of tho great craving for lovo which lives at tho root of nil. Ono who loves docs admire, docs flatter, docs applaud. Theso aro some of tho almost invarinblo signs nnd signals of lovo, and tho instinct of tho woman leads her to peek these signs and signals, although her reason whispers that they aro falso lights, xnero igni fntui poorly counterfeiting tho real sun nud moon of her existence nnd very likely to lead her into a dark and dismal bog whenco she issues uiirod and torn nnd weary. It is not well to accept theso shams, oven though wo bitterly tell ourselves that eiuco wo cannot hnvo tho real thing wo will tako what at least resembles it. . sho If a person cannot have diaim .f or had better not try to persuade 1. tho world that rhiucstones aro j ust as good, although 6ho may choose to wear them; but, just as thero aro women who tcill glitter, though it be in rhinestones, so thero nro women, nnd probably tho majority of tho box, who will havo that ornament more precious than diamonds thnt crown of lovo which proclaims its wearor a queen indeed, and if it be but n pinchbeck nnd tinsel crown Bhowill wonr it all tho same, although her own aching heart cry incessantly: "It is no crown. I am no queen. My kingdom has gone from me, and I am desolate." Well, to come back rather tardily to our muttons to tho discussion of woman's helplessness in her relations with tho other sex. She hates to do or say anything to forfeit her position in any man's estimation. Of course she does not expect or wish her broker, her lawyer, her pastor, or her political antagonist, or her intellectual opponent to be "in love" with ner in tho ordinary meaning of the phrase, but she does want, probably unconsciously to herself, that ho should feel attracted to her; thnt he should like, admire, speak kindly, perhaps tenderly, of her to other persons; that he should be sorry to eo her go and glad to have her come again. All this natural and instinctive desiro underlies her col-legin pi-go- wholo conversation nnd conduct, weakens of her opposition to what her intuitions warn her Is falfe or thc--trength ahS2fc&SES& dangerous, softens her phraseology nnd not very infrequently prompts her to say in the end: "Very well, you know best. 1 will do what you say," when tho indignant common sense at the back of her mind is clamoring: "That's uonsenfc! It isn't at nil ns you say! I shall lose my money, or my case, or my success if I do thus and so!" Every woman knows that, though she bo wise as Minerva, puns as Diann, regal as Juno, or even beautiful as Venus, if she wearies a man, if sho claims the timo nnd attention he wants to bestow tiK)ti his business, his pleasure, or more esjiecially upon himself, ho ceases to wish for her presence in fact, he grows tired of her and in tho end feels o her to Ik) n bore nnd avoids her. I most women would rather die than to know they were thus regarded by any number, erhaps any one, of tho men of their ncqunintance, and if they feel themselves in proximity to nny such position they will hastily sacrifico any theory, nny scheme or nny advantage and withdraw from tho position their reason bids them hold with tenacity. And here, f course, is tho point I have intended to make. Tho woman's need of love, of liking or of approval from man is a terrible element of weakness in her nature. She id her own enemy. Sho is mado helpless by her own best nnd sweetest characteristic. 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CHAPTER VIL A MYSTEBIOC3 FEUp. l lk I; y M" IO The manner onl langungo of Mr. Dorion did but increase my anxiety to hear nil that ho could tell about my strange benefactor. To overcome his reluctance, I gavo him the story of my life aa it has been set fortli in the previous chapters, dwelling much upon the deep impression that Mr. JJostock's liberality and his interest in mo had produced, how for years I had cherished the hopo of joining him here, table. tlio difficulties I had overcome to do so, "Well, he's challenged you," was my and my present deep disappointment. salutation. My account evidently touched the father. "No. I shall challenge him. Here's listener. Time passed on, and that fatal April tho note. Take it to him, and then "I seo I must tell you what I know. of 1S53 came round. You have a plain right to be told. The Bostock had issued invitations for a go to the man that he names as his whole story hns grown into the most gentleman's dinner party. I was in- friend." I tried to reI was thuuderstmck. disagreeable recollection of my life, vited, of course. Alphonso Basnet, a and with anj ordinary inquirer I Frenchman owning the plantation monstrate with him. I told him that, should ignore the whole business. And adjoining the ono I then occupied, so far as an outsider could judge, if if you will hear it, you must be warned, called on me in tho morning, nud anybody had cause to send a challenge, at the start, that it will furnish what asked me if I should attend Bostook's it was Castex. I begged him to tell me, iu tho strict confidence of friendI should think will be good reasons party. ship, what the language was that way you snouiu now abandon your I told him that I should. search for Picrco Bostock. Shall I go "Well," ho said, "I want your ad- Castex had uttered to him. I told him on?" vice. I am asked, too. A countryman that I could not act intelligently for "By all means." of mine, Castex by name, who has him in this matter, unless I was adI will put the narrative in his own lived in Louisiana, and more lately in vised. He peremptorily refused to tell language, as nearly as possible. Arba, arrived at my place yesterday. me. "You have been my friend, Dorlon,M When I told him of my invitation My acquaintance with Bostock be- he became greatly interested and asked he said. "When I bay to you that no human being must know my cause of gan about the year 1S41, when he mo to take him along." came up hero from Louisiana to look "Take him, then. That, I believe, offense, you will believe that there is for a cotton plantation that would is ono of the usages of society the the best of reason for my silence. Napoleon Castox knows, no innn bettor suit him. The account that ho gave of world over." himself was, I have no doubt, 6trlctly "Yes, to bo sure; but Castex leads knows, tho nature of his offense. He true. He had been raising sugar al- me to think that ho has known our knows rrw, also; and he understands most all his life in La Fourcho district host before. He has asked me fifty that if he were to lisp a hint of my of Louisiana, and he desired a change. questions about him. He seems much reasons for challenging him, I would He proposed to keep his great planta- more interested than he naturally seek him and shoot him down like n tion there under the charge of a would be, growing out of any ordinary dogl Don't nrguo with me, Alfred competent overseer, and to live here. acquaintance in past years. I must Dorion; I tell you the man is a coldHe must be immensely wealthy; for take him, of course. What I want you blooded scoundrel; he has sought mo seeing and liking this plantation he to advise me about Is: Shall I go over out to force n quarrel upon me, and paid cash for it. If you'll look over it and speak to Mr. Bostock this morning there aro tho best of reasons why the affair must go on." with mo in the morning, you can about him?" There was nothing for me to do but I was on tho point of advising easily make up your mind that it reto do so, by all means, as I cer to deliver the chnllcnge. I found Casquired a fortuno to do that. He removed here that September, tainly should have done had Castex tex cool, polite and consenting. "There is not one of my name," he bringing some of his house servants. been my visitor. I have often thought, He had two children an infant in its that, had I obeyed my impulse, the said, with his marked French accent, nurse's arms, Httlo Corallc, of whom blood combat that has been described "who ever refused tho request of a you will presently hear more; and a to j'ou might havo been avoided. Then gentleman to meet him on the field of himM. Bostock thinks son, Conrad, then fifteen years old. came the reluctance to interfere in a honor. Me never said much about his wife. matter of other raen'B social responsi- self insulted. Some might think that In fact, he never named her of his own bilities, and I declined to advise him. I was. No mntter; here is his chalaccord; to those who thought they Alphonse returned home, and his guest lenge. Take it to my dear Alphonse; he will arrange everything with you. had the right to ask questions, he in- accompanied him to the dinner-part- y I only say to you, that my remark to variably replied that she was Parisian unheralded. born, and could not live away from It so happened that these twoxirrived M. Bostock was the truth. He knows Paris, even with her husband and last. With them there were thirteen it to be the truth; and he has not the children. All understood from this in the parlors, the host making the grace to see that I put it in the lanthat it was a case where husband and fourteenth. All who had been invited guage of la belle France, that others might not understand it. So much you were present, savo one; and 1 rememwife had "agreed to disagree." 1 never could see that any one of the ber that as Mr. Castex was presented may tell him, if you choose." The affair went on to its frightful numerous slave women that were to the company, there was much rettbout this house in those dayj occu- mark and jest about our good luck in end. Nobody could discover the truth. pied the position of housekeeper. There having him there, so as to avoid the Basnet tried his best to mako his man divulge the caitec of offense, but in were two or three of them who were r.wkward thirteen at the table. When he was introduced to the host, vain. quite capable of it; but Bostock was accustomed to get along in an easy, in- a different scene occurred. Mr. Bos"I only told him the truth, and told dulgent way, without anyone to look tock started, changed color, withdrew it in French, that it might not be sharply after the household affairs. his proffered hand and made a blight heard by others. After I havo fought Bo there was waste, extravagance and bow instead. Castex smiled, bowed, hrrn, I will tell it very loudly, in your confusion, as there always will be and turned away. In my eyes he had harsh English, do you bo sure. Moan-whilI am quite willing to fight him. where there is an indulgent master. a most disagreeable fuce.and the bmilo I knew him long before you did." and no white woman to hold the rein was very nearly a sneer. over a lot of idle, shiftless darkies. It was an awkward incident, and The wound that Pierce Bostock reThe boy Conrad I had better dispoe threw a chill over tho party at tha ceived was as nearly fatal as a wound of at once. It has been many years btart; for everybody observed it. Still, can be and leave the victim ulive. The since I saw him. I certainly never there was no outbreak just then. Din- ball traversed his lung; nothing but want to see him again. Ho as a ner was soon announced, and Mr. Bos- tho extraordinary skill of the doctor saved him. Tho doctor had served in wild, undutiful fellow, and in con- tock led the way to the hall. Tho host was at the head of the tho Mexican war, and happened to wit- -' tinual difficulty with his father. When he was twenty he disappeured. table, of course; I happened to be at ness tho successful operation of a 3 presume that Mr. Bostock knew the foot. Next on the right of tho Mexican surgeon upon a similar wound where he went; but he "never men- head was a doctor; next sat Iiasnet, his of Gen. Shields, by cleansing it with a silk handkerchief. In this way tioned him and nobody cared to know. friend beside him. life was saved; but the fever that The soup had but just been served If there could be such a thing as a born gambler, I should say that Conrad when Coralie, then but twelve years followed confined him to his bed for old, came to an open door and stood an weeks, drained his strength, nud left xusiooic was one. When but sixteen instant. She evidently desired to speak him only the shadow of his former self. he would go to Vicksburg and spend to her father, but, seeing that he and his daughter beemed His affection days and nights there, in the lowest his guests were seated, she went away. doubled, if thatfor were possible, by this resorts along the river. Ho never Castex saw her, and btared at her. dreadful experience. In every waking 6eemed to me to stand in the laast awe Directing tlio attention of Bostock to hour he wanted her with him. In his of his father, but Mr. Bostock always her, ho put a question to him in French. delirium he would call her name; when appeared uneasy when ho was about. conscious, he would hold her hnnd and When he went away there was a rumor It was answered in the affirmative. Basnet says that the question was: look silently into her face as she sat by that he received a large sum of money "Is that your child, monsieur?" his, bed. from his father upon condition that I used often to call upon him while Then, upon receiving the reply, Caslie should never return. This may tex leaned over the angle of tho tablo he wns confined to the house. One day have been mere rumor; I only know and made a rapid rejoinder also in he bent Coralie out of tho room and that the people about here never did French. Basnet distinguished tho asked me to shut the door. see him again, and that I, knowing as "You are still ray friend, Alfred words: "Wife," "avenged" and "New much as anybody of the family in those days, never baw the least sign of af- Orleans." More than these nobody un- Dorion are you not?" he abruptly began. derstood. fection between father and bon. "To be sure I am. While I um dreadNobody but the host The remark, To a person who had never seen whatever it was, was for his ears, and fully distressed by what has hapPierce Bostock, all this would natural" ly convey an unfavorable impression. ho heard every word of it. Ho looked pened "No matter about that I want you at Castex horror, indignation, hate, It would be 6aid that there beetned to were in tho look. The attention of to tell mo bomething. What hapbe something unexplained, and that the whole table was fastened upon tho pened after I got that man's bullet? I the man's life could not have been scene. think my senses were wandering. what it ought to have been. To you, "Gentlemen," said Bostock, "some- What did I say?" who saw him at the time that everyI told him. I repeated his exprebody was charmed and captivated by thing very disagreeable has occurred. say that we hardly be- I could pardon much in a man sitting ssionsthat ho regretted that he had him, I can stowed a thought on these things. The at my table and eating my salt; but I killed Castex; that ho wanted to sparo man made friends with everybody. say nowtlmt either Napoleon Castex him; that ho was anxious to hear from This house was Goodfellow's hall to or I must leave this table. Well know- him a retraction of tho words which ray house and had caiibed tho duel. His face darkened the men; if the ladies could not come ing that his presenceboin idiocy, ho has as he listened. at my board would here because there was no Mrs. Bos"Do you mean to say that I said all tock, nor even a housekeeper, they taken advantago of a social licenso to force himself upon me. That I could that silly stuff?" nevertheless 6poko of its master na "I have only repeated your own the most gallant and agreeable of men. enduro in silence, out of regard for my Especially was this so after he had got friends, that nothing uuseemly might words." rid of his scapegrace eon. There occur here. But he is not content with "Then my brain teas wandering. seemed then to be not a cloud in his that exhibition of his malignant heart; Dorion, I meant to kill him. IIo has sky. Ho was cheerful, even hilarious, ho has just this moment put upon mo gone to bo judged, as I must bo ono the idol of his friends, owning the an insult which I cannot and will not day; but, I tell you, I am not sorry ho finest cotton landb in middle Missis- tolerate. If I could I know not what has crone. IIo well knew when ho J sippi. You have heard something of next to expect from him. I repeat it camo up hero with his malignant tongue that either Ids life or mine southern hospitality; you should have either ho or I must leavo this table." In the painful silence that succeeded must bo forfeited." seen for j'ourself how it was dispensed this startling 6pecch, all eyes were hero in the days of Pierce Bostock. You can hnagine what effect such a Yet I havo not named the chief source fixed on Castex. He rose from his scat, declaration had on me. It showed mo I hud of this man's happiness. It was his cool and smiling. "It pleases me very much to retire," a side of Bostock'stocharacter Ithat to daughter Coralie. betran exist never suspected se e, Sho was about fifteen when I last saw her; she must bo in the vicinity of eighteen now. My young friend, you'll agree that I nra rather too old a man to go into any raptures about female beauty. You saw my wife and daughters; they arc good enough for me; they are my models among women. Yet I must say that Coralie Bostock, when I last saw her, was the finest girl that I ever laid eyes on; and I supposo that sho is today themost beautiful oncat the south. Thero are not many pure native blondes among us; she is one. But her hair, her eyes, her eyebrows and long lashes arc dark as midnight. She was slender, but not petite, in figure; her smilo would captivate you; her laugh was more musical than tlio song of tho mocking bird. Her manners were winning and gracious, even from a little girl. Sho seemed tho very apple of her father's eye. At one time lie took her down to New Orleans, and left her with the Sisters of tho Sacrod Heart to bo educated. But he could not do without her. In less than a month ho had brought her home, and from that time ho had her teachers here in tho house half the year. Sho learned quickly; music and the languages seemed to come to her like a second nature. And never did child more warmly reciprocato a parent's lavish affection thun did Coralie that of her ldm." And ho did. Tho soup grew cold, and was removed untasted; course after courso of tho choicest dishes succeeded and were hardly touched. Kverybody was under a dreadful constraint; occasionally there was n solitary remark, but tho effort to keep up a conversation was a Hat failure. I have said so much, that I ought to tell the whole truth. When the wiuc appeared, the guests turned to it ns a relief from the awkwardness of tho situation. I presume evcrybod- - drank too much; I am certain that I did. I will except Bostock. Ho sat palp, rigid and silent through it all. Tho guests departed early, with hardly an effort to make the usual compliments to the host. The next morning I was lmrdly out of bed when Pierce Bostock walked in. Ho looked as stern and white as when he was denouncing Castex at his own "Witness it, raessioursl yonder gentleman drives me from his tablo and his house." Ho bowed, and immediately left tho room. Alphonso Basnet squirmed in his chair, and nt last blurted out: "Bostock, 1113 dear fellow excuse me but you see I can't remain. This is n wretched business; I hopo it will end here. But I brought my friend here, and of courso I must go with ho said. changed. Ho becnino cold, reserved and haughty, lie was very Httlo seen away from his home. When he removed to Louisiana, ho passed nwaj from all intercourse with his old frionds here. He has answered no letters. When I bought this place, I negotiated with him through an agent You can see, knowing all tills, that his life before he camo here wns clouded with something fearful and mysterious. I have wearied my brain In conjecturing what it can be. His wife, Conrad, Corallo, which of them does it affects or docs it relate to all of them?, If you can gtiess, you are bhrowdor The Queen and Creccont Route is draw away from him, as did others of to isauo u elaborato publication Comet to you every other day la th year for on his friendt. ty it The cheapest and beat paper in Kintucky. in tunguzinu form, descriptive of tho In less than two years after tho duel Address so cents cell it (or three niontht he had alienated himself from all of ueclious of tho South tributary to THE ADVOCATK. Danville, Ky. His nature Eecmed to havo its lint-Hus. Capitalists, tourists and busipro-pir- iu dlf-flcre- nt THE ADVOCATE . ness men are not likely to fargct tho MYKUS HOUSE Bouthern cities ho long na tho Queen and Crescent Route can reach them with this artistic publication. Copy of thin P. W. GREEN, Prop. mngnzlno will bo mailed to any nddruea on retelpt of ten centa in postnKo Thit (table, which tt run n connection with tha Myers Home, hasjbecn supplied with stnmpH. Address, V. C. Rinenraou, General Pcsener Ap.ont, Ciuciunati, A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, Ohio. STiSLBLK j well-know- n than I. THE CITY OF. DOLLS. A N:imo Frequently Applied to bnnno-(erlirnnitii Tuun. The little town of Sonncbcrg, Germany, makes moru dolls and children's toys titan all the other cities in the world, all put together. It is especially famous for its dolls and it can produce the noblest ladies the most lifelike men anil the prettiest baby dolls j'ou ever saw. At the world's fair there is a very large and beautiful exhibit called the ".Sonncbcrg doll exhibit" in which there Is a collection of tho most Interesting dolls in the world. The dolls aro In groups, und, from a distance, you g, 11 Nashville, Tenn., March , 1SU3. iU jniMiMi'i Supplies and It better than vt Tho Stockton Mediclno Co., Nashvillo, prepare, nupply the public with Tenn.: Geutlomen: I havo had musS UIOS OFIALL KINDS. cular rlibuuiatisin and indigestion for a number of yeura and had lout hopo of Personal and ptnmptattention givtnto Wedding ecr fimliiiR relief, na tho most skilled Parties and Ilurlalt 1'. W. GREEN, physicians had failed in my cno, but I Proprietor. At IIUHNS, Manager am hHppy to state your Authentic hns "mTTTT iiiKdu a complete euro and I do most heartily recommend it to nil for rliouma-tlflti- i 4 Sclentlflo America! and indigestion. I will gladly answer all inquiries in to Antieop tic Yours respectfully, V. El Batema.v, 310 Broad Street. For salo by A. R. Penny, Stanford. FIRST-CLAS- Buggies, Wagons, rurd Almcspherlc Oij, OAVrATH. DESIGN PATKNTU.I COPYRIGHTS. attvJ frw) Handbook writ a to lor Information find llUOAUHAY. Nrw Your, JMUNN ft CO, XI Ottlwt bureau lor accurln ati'tita In America. Uvcry iwliMit taken out by na It brought bofcirn tho public by a notice itlTcn trco of charca la lh nHUB HJIIIKBa cures disease Without EUSedbcinEc DuBois&Wobb Ctjy-Sind nr Ansonrnox. 4th A Jtrr. Sra. LOUISVILLE, KY. COLE OLOO. NMHYlUt, iArpwt circulation of any aelentlflo paper In the) world, fpleuillillr illustrated, tin inlellireal tnan ahouM bo without IU WpciIt. f3,OII room ha. Aildroat ilONN A CO. ymri llnwlway. New York Uty. t'fl'uautii-satl- l m.mm! AKK THE. ,m ll-'J- tor 60 iag oa Dkmisikak, Ala. book free. Text. Mr ill MVriT'1 ?lj&4 1 1, For Information address The Famous Specialist, laughing merrily. IAS. IIAKKKK, G P. Chlcaro. Another group of dolls looks like a W O CKUSII.ID P Lonitville party of three little girls who have To Visit Our City Professionally. thrown themselves on the fioor, tired of their play. They ure cunning and An Excellent Chance for the Sick Farmers Rank&Trnst Go so pretty that you could look at them Or STANFORD. KY , and Suffering. all day; and I am sure you would never It cow fully ortaaii ed and ready lor business wilt forgot the Httlo town of Sonneberg If FREE CONSULTATION, Paid up Capitalof j'ou could once have tho pleasure of $200,000. seeing those dolls at the fair. N. Y. And caamiuation at hu Private I'arlort at the --1 000. ' Surplus, . would hardly believe that they were not olive. One of the groups is of a big chariot in which boys and girls are riding, while a big Newfoundland dog barks at their feet The horse that draws them is a handsome fellow who looks as if hu would run away if he had a chance, while the children arc The Klrctrooo will euro many cairt el olieate where nothing ule wilt. It hat worked like a charm In my fatally Kcv Gro II. Mean., Coincton, Ky It It eritilnly a wonderful Intirtimeiit an J it It , more wvudtiJul aa to how It do,-- lit work, ret It doMtt. T i: O llrlniey, (lb veteran plow manufacturer 01 the Sou-h.- ) Loultville, Ky. With the KlfCtrepottc I have cured dytpcpila, conitipation and trouble, lagrippe, heatache tocthachr.bad coldi, rhrurnaiiim, nouitlit, it, collr and pilet The reiulu areonderful, cbillt and fever 1 havr terncured In 60 minute K. II. l.jle. Ihurchlll, Ky. Tentlmonlal. iiHiEEni g)tovitvmt,NiwAiiAriCHiCAtoRi5 W - THE POPULAR AND DIRECT .LINE TO... CMJrOAGl))9 MHt.ADdMlHt lir ton-tlllt- ..oVn'ts west .And..... ITOBTOC "WEST. WORLD'S FAIR DfU. S. APPLEMAN Visitor!, remember th Monon It the line, wiik Vettlbuled Trains, Pining Cart, I'alace Chair Cart, Pullman llulfet Sleepers, at lowest rates. Ledger. SWALLOWED BY FISHES. ljr an litis-lU- Myers House, Stanford, Tuesday, li htorlcvs of Odd KlmM Uelittr.l Dec. 5, till Wednesday SUCChSSOK toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL IJANK OF STANFORD, Now ctotinc up) with the tame aittla and under the tame mana(emenl. Ity provisions of Its chatter, depositor! are at fully protected at ate depotitott In National Hanks, IU thareholdcrt beinf held Individually liable to the eatent ol the amount of their slock thereto at the par value thcreol, in addition to tha amount invested In tuch iham. It may act at cttcutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as to individual. Tn thott who entrusted their bulsiness to ua while mnacin? tha Lincoln National Hank el Stanford, we wt here tenderour many thanks and trust they will continue to trantact their butinoai Willi us, ollerlng as a guarantee for prompt attention to tame, our twenty years' eiperteoce la banking and at liberal accommodations at are consistent with sound banking, DIMlCTOHt: Writer. An English writer has recently made a study of the queer things swallowed by fish. Ho leaver out of the question the large fishes, like sharks, which swallow pretty nearly everything that comes in their direction, and have stomachs as elastic. He confines hlm-M'to the smaller fry, and tells thes stories of odd finds: Not long ago a fish merchant found the amber mouthpiece and a portion of the meerschaum stem of a pipe iu n codfish he wns h dressing for a customer. At the writer saw a child's coral which, not half nn hour before, had been, on tho most undeniable extracted from the gullet of a Sear-lwroug- at noon. rroin Inc. lay mormnc till Wcdr,Jay noon. Returning every lour weekt durltif, the year. lf tntntntntntnrv ft testl-mou- y, VtE&i a 1 Bos-tock- 's conger. That bright objects attraet tho attention of fishes is undeniable, and at ono of the great London clubs recently a silver spoon was found in a fine salmon. Tho n spoon hud upon it tho crest of a nobleman, and Inquiry showed that the latter had beeucrulbing nbout fci FIRST NATIONAL BANK in his yncht in the very district where OK STANFORD. KY. the fish had been caught The voracity attBHkPpHPJK. tttttppptS ttttttppBK of the pike is notorious, but a year or Capital Stock- - S200.000 two back, in a loch of the canal at Catou, near Lancaster, Eug., a huge Surplus t 21,300 pike was caught which hod swallowed Dr Appleman. formerly of New York, now peran assortment of hardware, including manently located in Louisville, Ky , is a Kraduata Attention of the public it invited to the fac Hospital Hank tha only Stanford some pieces of tin toy, a spinning bait of llcllevuemost notableMedical College. New York that this is provisionsNational Nationalin Hank Act City, the of the institution of its kind In Under the and hooks attached complete, an depositors arc secured not only by tha capital America. He has made a special study of the y stock, but bv the stockholders liability lor an piece, and tho ao amount equal head and part of the wood of a EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT. this Institution to the stock, by athat depositors ol are secured fund of 1400,000. good-sized well-know- William., Ml. Vernoo; J. M. Hail, Manfotd; J.S.O-sle- y, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford; J E Lynn, Stanford; J. P. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Slanlord; A. W. Carpenter, MIHedjjeTllle, Ky S. H, Shanks, President, Dr. J II. Owsley, Cashier, VI. M Plight, Teller. J.J. b r two-penn- tack-hatniuu- r. Sharing Her Hurtleus. Jaggs It's a shamo to make your wife work bo hard. Why don't you help her? Baggs Why, I dol I make tho flro every morning. Jaggs But who carries the coal up- stairs? Baggs Wife We use a gas stove. Puck. Five sworn statements of thecondilion of tha bank are made each yearto the United States government and Its assets are examined at stated timM by government agents, thus securing addilitona perfect safety to depositoit. This institution, originally established as tha Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1858, then Acute Chronic tied as the National Hank ol Stanford In iSoj and again reorganised at the First National Hank ol MlnKlng In Mrs, UiMfnen, diseases (f the eye, ear, has Ihroat. Itinct. stomach, liver, kidnev. ur narv anil Slanlord in tSSs, of had practically an uninterrupted existence 31 years. Ills better supplied uiauaer, uervous prostration, uiaoctei, a speptla, now with lacilities for trans.ctinic business prompt constipation, rheumatism, paralvats, en lepsy or ly and liberally than ever before in its long and fita llemorroida, piles, cured without ft III. No honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidupain and no detention from wcrk. ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic-teAnd chronic Ihteaera in the creat Ilellevue and Chaiity Hospitals, New York City, and the t n( this eaptnence are many phenominal cures all omt the Mate. He successfully treats re-s- ul tnf and Catarrh, d. " Tha Directory ol this Hank is composed ol Korestus Raid, Lincoln county ; suffering from spermatorrhea and Impofncyat S. T. Harris, Lincoln; e In louthor excess i i ma party last evening how grandly our the result 01 G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; ture years and other causes producing some of the daughter Clara swept into tho room? J, W. Hayden, Stanlord ; following eflects, tuch at emtstious, blotches, deHusband (with a grunt) Oh, yes! bility, nervousness, dullness, confusion of Ideal, S.H. Haughmao, (Lincoln; av.ra on to tcciity, defective memory and aeaual Clara can sweep into tho room grand- exhaustion which unfits thn victim for J.S. Ilocker Stanford;! 'J butlnct W A. Trlbble, Stanford; ly enough, but when It comes to sweep- or narnane, ate perra.inoi.tly cured by remedies cot injurt ut M D. Elmore, Stanford; ing out the room sho isn't there. T. P. Hill, Stanford. Texas Sittings. K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; Itlghtly Named. M.J.Miller, Mt. Vernon, Amy Ashplatz (crushing tho next-doo- r As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture. Gleet, etc., J S. Ilocker, President; little girl with a display of her cured by never falling remedies. John J, Mcltoberts, Cashier; Diseases of knowledgo of style) Wen you eat Menstruation, women, tuch at Loucnrrhea, palnlul A. A. McKinnry, Assistant Cashier. Displacement Womb, yer meals ut night do yuh call it dinner down pains in backrelieved inofshort time. bearing uwt( Ihe Doctor carries all his portable Instruments or supper? SuiinJtj. and comes prepared to examine tho most obscure Tessio (of tho Alley tenement) ruutH medical and surgical cases. Wo call it lucky. Chicago Record. He undertakea no incurable diseases but cur hundreds given up to die. Address Correspondence solicited Connubial Amenities. J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D, ABBOTlFOW Mr. Newly wed This photograph of Louisville, Ky. STIVUaaOHrT you was taken by tho instantaneous Write for Health Journal, free. Society Note. Did you notice, dear, Young and Middle Aged Men telf-abut- at tho Blood and Skin Diseases. process, wasn't it? Yes, of course. Mrs. Newlywed Mr. Newlywed That's what I thought Your mouth is shut on the picture. Texas Sittings. Drop H3CHQCrOQOaCHaaC loTely worth for ,,(! Slll.tlUiunli of vMV- niutlo.'.I. forty JI .vu .Mi. ,l.ri C.WWW ....... If!! na...-.lato.t, most LrClb) niusio 01 mo qanlltr, nieui aparkling and vocal Instrumental , plocet.au potien up in tuo most oieuantman-tite- r. Including four largo tiro portraits, vis: & I'iirmencllu, the Hpanlsh dancer; Paderewsal tliOKrt'tiei pianist; AUslla 1'attl.and Mrs. Hum 'luuclcnult, the popular beanty. Art. t dros all ordors to NKW YOU1C MUSICAL KU11U. llroudwnr Theatro llulldlug, N. Y. USA mt illOMU OSMttSM L LINE CHICAGO. uuuvmnut linmuts) ktjciMta .... bug! Tom Do Wittr-Wh- ut! babies. Miss Winslow? hate all those mlserablo little things that creep und crawl. I Kitty An Unfeiulntnn Aversion. Winslow Oh, take nway AMKCtfvtiriRiTuert roumrostuTioti uoArom tntflNUT fttrurtf ROOKS Id XtvtitatTttl MOKmWMT that e)A5CPOND OenipoiiatTiaWT. YVkXTOiittifiMlliM) ILL tuutuut Don't you liko Truth. CbST3233m8K8S3raaaa CHICAGO C ?lL &tia4Jt, 9 ..,;- .- . ' i , ., . . Jtex-L- ! ,l .,-- . . ,utt . jfr 1 . .. . . A TES- - 1&w rwy -- s 6 - fjv " rswqTv (Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Novr-Munn all W. B. McKobnrlB. plflH-, Window Bi.-'- , and putty nt I I Gifts for thu liltlo and bltf, old nnd . .. ....... . .. V vnnnir. nt Dunlin'. , Inn J(nwnlnr. w J W... 1. ... 8tanfoki, Ky., MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. IIor.3 killed ami delivered nt 60c; n n 17, 1893 delivered 40c. PfitO Huston and Jinn- Peter 13. Rowlett nnd Miss Xnnnio uel Burrow, It will start Rupard, deaf mutes, were married in Bourbon by Itov. F. J. Ohtek, who used E. C. Walton, Business Manager Tub young tnuu hnvu decided to make thu hop on the 120th n full dress nfTair, tho nigii languago to perform tho ceremony. instead of n maexiuetado. HEAH3 BUSINESS. M. M. SizQinoro, of Louisville, brothAs follows: Fon Rent on Salk. Two cottages, er of Rev. A. V. Sizumore, of this place, Bi'Y your scliool book nnd school supboth on Main Street. Apply to Miss was married In tho formor city Tuesday plies oi all kinds nt A. 11. Penny's. Duddcrar's Mill Pike November 18th evening to Miss Bessio White. Rev. Watciixs, clockn nnd jewelry repaired Licclo Benr.ley, Stanford, Ky. " and Prcachcrsvillc Pikes Crab Orchard 20th LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY- nnd warranted. Engravim: a specialty, B. 0. Sizomoru otllcintod. An alarm brought out tho tiro compaA, It. Tunny's. nt " Hustonvillc Pike 21st of Mrs. Nancy Walker, mother "church "affaIrsT The lnrf.ost stock of Drus. Mndictnes, ny In doublo quick time Tuesday night, " Danville Pike Judge Win. Walker, died nt Richmond, 2 2d Perfumer. Paints nnd Wall Paper nt to find that it wnB only nud old chimney '. Rev. G. W. Perrymnn's meeting nt aged 83. A. II. Penny's. Prescriptions a special- nt Mr. P. P. Nunnelley's burning out. " Somerset Pike 23d ty. There will bo proaching at tho Carrollton reiulted in eight additions. " Lancaster Pike 24th' Ouu choice eductions for tho holiday Blootnington, 111., had a temperance Methodist church Sunday evening at " Rowland and Stanford PERSONAL POINTS. 25th trade nro now ready for tiio Inspection revival nnd over 1,000 bigned tho total 7 o'clock. HOMMEL, Rowland, Ky. of all who know a good abstinence pledge. Mins Kntie Simpson entertained htr ALBERT son of Engineer J. H. Orudorf, and approval John, tiling when they nee it, nt Dunks', tho Thu Christian Workers' Convention, young friends nt her homo near Gilbert's hns tho typhoid fever. In session at Atlanta, decided to meet Creek, Monday evening. joweler. Mns.S. K. Lacickv, of Gallatin, Tenn., . Tho repairs on tho Miller house have year nt Toronto. is viMtlne Mr. nnd Mr. V. M. Ijiokcy. A little child of Pnttou Spurlock waa next Bishop Dudley, of Kentucky, is pro- - been completed nnd E. A. Pascoo has law, Pine- - bitten, Tuesday, by a strange dog, sup Job 0. Jo.vkb, nttonify nt vllle, n down to sue ids mother, Mrs. posed to bo mad, nud was at onco taken siding over thu loth unnuol Congress of hukeu charge and is running n hotel. Northcott fc Co., hnvo opened their Kptacopnl church in session in Now Emily JoncH. I have bought the stock of goods of M. L. Bourne and thoroughly-renovateto Mrs. Lewis Duddcrar's to have tho tho turkey slaughter-housand aru killing York. Mr. amiMhs. J. H. Hundlky hnvo madstonu applied. the house and stock of goods and added full line of Drugs, .. Thu moat numerous body of roll and shipping all tho turkeys they can moved to tho property purchased of Notions, Glass, Paints, Oils, etc. We arc now thoroughly prepared Wanted. A position on BOtno good gionlsts is Hint devoted to Buddhism, buy. G.ipt K. T. Uocbostcr. We have a large stock of Spectacles. to wait on our friends , Mr. K. W. Morrow nnd family hnvo newspaper by a praetical printer, ac- 120,000,000. Tho number of Christiana Mas. Wootw nnd Mini Margaret moved to town and will occupy the of Gurrnrd, are spending thu week quainted thoroughly with all tho diflcr-en- t is estimated nt 108,000,000. Rev. II. C. Morrison has cono to roa'.ueiico vacntou ty G. H. Gaines, on brandies of newspaper work. Best with Mra. J. C. Hays. York Htreet. Address "Compositor," New Orlonus to assist in n Mn. II. I). Keller, of Unrrodshuw, of references. A good many of tho pensioners who revival. His meeting nt Harrodsburg CbiuAKo, if, en CaiO Of I.NTKItlOH JoUUVAL. who spent tho suminorin resulted In 40 accessions to tho Metho- Bint their vouchers to the Louisville Best of Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes. All of which G. 0. Kullo', Jr. n visit to his brother, I ah ngont of tho Kxcelstor Steum dist church, South. reagency on tho 1th inst, have as I)n. It. JJ. KuiTsnsos, presidwiit ?f the we will sell at bottom prices. Give us a call. Laundry, Duytou, Ohio, tho best launfor their quarterly Tho republicans nro going to run ceived no Knoxvllle Dental Oolltjs hai btsun vis- dry uver represented here. I will tnku Do not Forget This 1. We are always glad to see you. 2. No IJIder Zack Sweeney, a brother of Klder payment and a. great howl is being iting his relative, Mrs. II. I). Phillip?. up laundry on Monday mornings. Your trouble to show goods. 3. If you don't sec what you want, ask for J. S., for Congress in thu Fifth Indiana raised. Miss Minnie VanAiisdalk, of trade solicited. Give me n call. All Distiict. Ho entered politics a few At a meeting of tho Garrard County it. 4. Lowest cash prices for the best goods. 5. Full assortment attend tho bedside work guaranteed. Jossu D. Wenren. is hero to 6. To please our customers is our greatest delight. yearu hk and his last end promises to Bible Society, T. W. Raid wns elected always on hand. . . of hur nick ooiisln, Mrs. II. J. Mcftob-ert- s. president, W. II. Wherntt secretary Nor-- n first. than the W this Bhould roach your eye Thurs- bu 3D. G. (' tupuaof Lexington, Va, have nad all thu ministers in the. county as A. T. No.v.nhllky, the clovorot of day night in tiiiid to go to tlitt prohibW. L. Conner, Reg. Pharmacist. a movement to plneu a stained J. C. Thompson's store clover followH, is olf for n fuw days and iten itieuting, don't fail to avail yon rsdf his paronta of tliu opportunity. You will perhaps glass window in thu Presbyterian olnirch was chosen as a depository. is spuudliiK tliM time with It is a question worthy of tho connever b ublo again in life to hear such of that town to tho memory of Gen. here. great Confed- - sideration of every citizen, whether, in PoruuAit IId SunuMAN, for many ymtn 4 ii tine an Grandpa limo favors the an- - Stonowall Jackson. Tho erate general whs tt member of this tho government of the people, by tho B conductor on thu G. S , lias bin promo itleniw with. It iiuiHt Imi heard to b church. peoplo nnd for tho people, any officer, 'ud to train master of thu Luxlntiton of tho now First from president down to constable, who The corner-stonHcaequarters for- mum of J. M. Robin- Christian church, of Covington, was laid receives his office from thu people, beTiiKattachmont Attounkys It. J. Bukckiniuikik nnd against Stephana fc Knox Tuesday with imposing ceremonies. The comes simply an officer to carry out tho Sou nnd ltobett Harding of Danville, son nnd others building is on the site of thu old church, bdiestsof the party by which he is occupied Judgo Snurley's attention were in tho nttachment suit burn yw-- t nnd is still on trial. Thu plain which way destroyed by lire last August. elected or whether or not it is his duty relay. It Is to be a handsome modern structuro ta fully nnd fairly represent the whole tills nvorthnt the nsdgniimnt wat Mn. L. A. Fahips has moved his famiall the assets were to cost $30,000. Of all kinds. The most complete line of made, that people without any reforunco to their ly from loxinuton to his houo here, Rev. J. M. Bruco hns tendered his political proclivities or party affiliations? not given in and ttiat their attachments hut bo will Hontinuu to run on tho Cin resignation as pastor of thu Baptist Is a republican president simply presihave prior claim. cinnati Southern. church, owing to his physical inability dent of that party, nnd is a democratic orA letter from Mr. J. II. Hooker Thu hoiifiu of Njuiru John Bailey to discharge all thu duties of his dual governor, governor only of tho demoders his paper changed from Springfield, caught tlru thu other day from sparks as pastor nnd as president of Lib- cratic party? If so minorities have very Ever in Stanford. Prices according to the times. JIj., to Kansas City and thu inference and (or a time Its destruction wan immi- ollicu College. Thu Glasgow Times says few rightsilthat succeesful political erty is that ho nnd hit family hnvu moved nent. His Hens, however, sprang to the that thore is no better man than Mr. are bound to respect. there. roof and by pulling on shingiefl soon Bruco nor any more esteemed and beTake it all in all it Is questionable if Miw. S. P. SrAim hns roturntMl from stopped thu progruss of the (lames. Mr. loved by the whole community. He haH the World's Fair has not been a curso the bedside of Mr. Daniel 8Uirj;,Sr.. who F. H. Baiy had on his Sunday suit placed Liberty College on tho best foot- instead of a blessing. Millions upon continues very ill. Mr. StHRrf is W! years ready to go to mw his girl, hut it was so ing it hns enjoyed for years and his con- millions of money; needed for useful n brother in HarrodB-bu'j- j, completely ruined ho had to give up his ofnj?e. He has with that institution purposes have been squandered at a John Stnjr, who is 07 nnd n sister visit till he had made another invest- tinued connection warrants its success. timo when tho wolf was at tho door of also there, Mrs. Kirby, od hl. ment. hundreds of thousands of good men nnd KT. Kociiiwtkii, ANDCut. and Mi. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. women, who were begging their brothPiiop. A. L. VoittKSfepoko on prohibiand Mr. E. V. MIhwm Ionise and tirncio There are now '27 pacers in the 2:10 ers to "givo them leave to toil." RailRochester left Wednesday lor Dallas, tion nt tho Court hotiso Wednesday nnd list. roads and hotels have gobbled up the Texas, whero they will nwko their home. Thursday nights to good audiences. Ho Six fine Berkshire boars for eale. money nnd there is nothing left to show Tholr dopnrturn is tho caiiHe of general M a fair speaker and makes hoiiu John Murphy, McKinnev. for it. Probably half a million of dol licks fur tb riuao he espouses, regret ami many n tear wai shed by tli Wallace Walter bought of Will IUr lars went from Kentucky, to say nothwent to lie is accompanied by Bradford McGrebo large number of friends Ladies' Tailor-MadJackets ! Ladies' Tailor Made Coats ! MissIan, of Boyle, an Onward Chief mare for ing of tho money pent on thu Ken. gor, known as "Grandpa Basso," who thu depot tn bid th-1100. Children's Gretchings and Reefers ! tucky exhibit. The silver bill has been es' Jackets and Reefers chants a number of prohibition aongs. John Anderson sold to Robinson, of repealed and yet it hath not yet ap CITY AND VICINITY. Tho prof8sor tells us thnt tho object of Such bargains and values never offered in Stanford beford. Do you Garrard, n liunuh of fat heifers and steera poared that wu have been visited with a his tour is to awaken interest in tho pro? If so, come to us this nt 'Jc. Boiin to Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Saunders, shower of gold, or thnt money grows ou want to buy a fashionable Cloak or Fur Cape hibition cause In tho 0th. 7th nnd 8th Tho dam of David B. L':12t had four trees. Business failures enntinuo and week. Why is it that our sales of Dress Goods, Silks, Kid Gloves, yesterday, a bov. congressional districts. foals to a jack before (die was brod to wo are on tho eve of winter with its p Cloaks, Ladies' and Gents' Underwear, are so large. Because we cottago on Mill street for rent. Nick TiikD. S. marshals who took James Young Jim. bleak winds and cheerless prospects; Baughman. J. II. A Mason county farmer sold six tho cholera roaming abroad in tho earth keep the stock and sell good valuss at low prices. These departments Br.llou, Grant Collins andThomas Madel, Xswlotof Zeigler hoofs and shoos juit tho train wreckers, from London to hogs last week that averaged 700 pouuds seeking whom it may devour; the yel- we mention are constantly crowded with buyers. We call aloud this received at S. H. Shanks'. Covington on charges of moonshining, each. Ho received $252 for tho lot. Wo will offer our second addition low fever and small pox in actual pos week for the men to take notice. Tho Winchester Democrat Bays W. session of portions of tho country. lie like dog to keep them from In to Overcoats, Mackintoshes, Boots, Shoes. Our first purchase was Houso nnd lot on Upper had to Fon Rent. being mobbed. Thu train was stopped B. Kidd shipped to New York 150 cattle, accordance with a custom, Main struet. Mrs. Kato Hays. to wu have been requested to givo thankB taken up so rapidly we were compelled to duplicate purchase. for that purpose, but the marshals swore 1,400 to 1,00s pounds average at tl Come at once before sizes arc broken. R. G. Dun & Co.'s CommerThis is Arbor day and overy man, that their prisoners were not tho meu 1J cents. nnd this religious and patriotic duty will Feed Btuff sold for cash only. Thope be performed on tho 30th instant by the cial Agency reports icvival in business everywhere. must plant a tree. they were permitted to pro wanted aiid Let us not be woman and child who nro now Indebted will ploaso call people from Maine to Georgia nnd from ceed. It is said that Hngineor Phil in old Stanford but turn on the electricity and come to the merbehind Tommy Ball will open n general who went down witli thu wrecked nud settle their accounts at oace. J. 11. the Atlantic to the Pacific. Tho rich front. chandise store at Rowland in a few engine, offered 1100 to any man who Baughman k Co. can give thanks that they are beyond weeks. I. Moore's largo barn in Bour want and tho poor that It is no worse John wpuld identify Ballou and Collins, but rT bon was burned with four fine horses, than it is. May God help us all, for vain Cam. and seu that line of heating no Olio el limed the amount. two mules, farm implements, feed, etc., is the help of man. .I. Coa before etovpsatW. H. Wearon GEORGE B. PREWITT. H. n. KING. Pabdoskd. W, II. Smith, convicted Loss about $:i,000; partly insured. buying. of embezzlement and sentenced to one Kendall Yo Tambion and tho entire NKW ADYKRTISEIIKN'TS. "Do. Do. My Huckleberry, Do" has year in tho penitentiary at tho present Btnblo is to bo sold in Chicago Nov. 2o, nV.m thu tilnce of "After thu Ball" ns n term of tho circuit court, was pardoned and the western turf is to lose Chris I MORELAND, KY., popular song. by Gov. Brown, Wednesday. Tho peti- Smith from its list of prominent owners. . . We have opened up a nice line of presentTho Tobacco Manufacturers' iv: Buyung Dick Hamp- tion was largely signed nnd was Good ion a My two fjinn, adjoining. Vory near Ho went ed by Judgo J. W. Alcorn. Ou tho ers' Association, In session in Louisville, itation One or either of tliem. Ono conton iB somowhat of a Nlmrod. wife'H account especially, every- adopted a resolution asking Congress to taining n little over gi acres, the other no acres. while Tuesday nnd return- faithful out hunting a imnruved with good residences, barns, body who knows hor will bo glad that put ii tax on tobacco in broken packages. Alt highly and svo them. ,ooo young beannj; c Call ed with 10 squirruls, two rabbits an J n gi ajiplcs anil peaches executive clemency his been extended Tho sale of Dr. Logan was not large- fruit trees,age and iotirmities my on the for ucrcc reason Old wild duck. larm. to her erring husband, who had been ly attended and everything except tbo to sell. All unincumbered. We arc daily receiving our Fall Goods, which we arc marking V. M.CUE1GHTON. Kingsvllle, Ky. down lower than ever. Sblkct your gifts from our completu qnito severely punished nlrnady, having furniture sold low. A pair of mules Btock and you will bo suro of getting tho been in jail for eight months or more. brought $223, yearliug colta $14 to $20, Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you ! most appropriate presents nt tho fairest Mrs. Smith was a Miss Colyor, of Pulas- horses $59.50 to $So nnd cows $10 to $15. A Jessamine county farmer shucked you have over known. Danks ki, and bIiu has provod herself a wife money. figures ANDfield. BSyWe are opening up a splendid line of Fall Millinery. whosu lovo nnd constancy aru above 151 barrels of corn off of n tho jowoler We have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. examine our price. Her husband owes his rescue Three snmplo ears weighed 7$ pounds. PUBLIO RENTING OF A FARM. Come in this week and kid gloves, from further disgrace to hor nnd It will The Journal saya thia is the largest yield cloaks, fur capes, dress goods, a long Hfo of devotion for him to of corn reportod in thnt county thia A administrator of the estate ol J. P. Land, underwear, boots, shoes, &c, nnd if you taku Inn done and dci'd, I will on como nnd got tho stand- repay her for what she want patterns Tho largest creamery'in the world is suffered for him. 21, 1893, ard pnttums. Hughes & Tate. at St. Albans, Mihs. Tho capacity la 14 Djjatii. Mr. W. H. Higgins 22,000 pounds There are Suddbn Ncir Morelind, Ky., sell at nubile auction to the Thk way of tho transgressor is hard. received a dispatch yostorday morning lame revolving churns capable of hold highest bidder the personal csuto ot decedent. . soon ns W. B. Smith is UH.iiini ni fnn.l fiitmlv hnrte. i brood "Vo learn thnt n8 hons. 50 death of Rev. It. itlC tWO llOKSllUAtls Of cream each. Tby mnk tow and calf, a yearling cattle, s jail on arrival of tho par- announcing thu sudden ANDrdoasod from .! fn,l o.flfl ewes, about 75 ou.ibis oi.n, ju .1 ill. nr. mm .,.., IiIb homo in Boylo counhub win 111111 ui iu,wu .uno ...... ..uv ww (nan muct( g tiaCksol hay i set of wagon liar' Frankfort, ho will be Immedi- H. Caldwell, nt don from nesi, i bjsey at." lo ty. Ho was a Cumberland Presbyterian pipj with biitiortnilk. emately arrested ou another charge of Uncla Lewia ltossell brought us 10 Household; Kitchen Furniture. and for nearly half a century preached bezzlement. tho gospel. For more than 10 years ho oare of corn rnleeil by Ed IVyton, on tho bitch i months old; was pastor of the Wnlnut Flat church HftnK'mR Fork, which bo uaya is a fair t will also as nseut Isell at the same time,theI highComplete stock of Patent and Proprietary Remedies. Lost. Hound wagon, and root of tail and about thn samo length of timo for aamplo of bia crop. The ears aro about est bidderhorse and for the year rent to Said farm llie frm iM. white with tan ears; spot on black spot Caldwell church, near his home, nnd an- a foot lonK and well filled and prow 17 contains 376ncres of good land, well improved and about tho size of a half dollar, desirably located. white. Finder other church in Auderson county. Ho barrels to tbo aero. The Beed eamo from TERMS. I'he personal property will be sold on left side, right nostril on a credit of 3 months tor all sum over Sto, on returning to W wns twice married. Ilia first wlfo was a tbo commissioner at Frankfort. bearnote with good security, payable in bank and of will recolvo reward by Jio from S. V. Meuefeo, clerk, reports a fair ing Interest cash. date ot tale 1'or turns Miss Harbison, who left no issuo, and B. McKinney, Stanford. and under, 11 crowd at tbo pale of Miss Kate Swope'a The (arm will be rented on the usual ferms but Tuesday and his last a Miss Irvine, who boro him will be re?"l'f.,n A cold wave Btruck ua children, 10 of whom aro living. Ho was poraonalty, with pricea aa follows: 10 personal security KDWARD ALCORN, Admr. 73Mt Wednesday and yeBterday tho murcury a good preacher and a good man and aboaia $1.20 to H00 per bead; 3tt hogs Cc ..V ' Day or night, from the best drugs and chemicals. Ico formed half an having (ought the good fi&bt and finishwas down to 28. per pound; yoarlinp, steera $15.50 to B. ' DR. W. ground woa hard inch thick and the ed tho course ho has gono to enjoy tho $24.75; milk cowa $23.50 to $33; 50 ewes and dry, howover, irozen. It was clear reward. He will bo Badly missed by tho $3.00; boraea $20 to G0; corn in the flold was not felt very much. and the cold Flat congregation, which held $1.83. Tho farm of 102 acrea was rented Office South 8ld Main St., in office recently Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky. 8lRnal Walnut vacated by Dr. Lee F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. "Fair, warmer Friday" reada tho to P. Ballard at $3.G0 an acre. him in the highest esteem and loyo. yesterday. tervico dispatch received William Morelnnd bought in this county Wednesday and yesterday 150 hogs nt 5c. Patsy MeGrogor red mod tho world's ycnrling'.trottiiiK record nt Ilolton, Knn., to 2:2C I, going against u strong wind in a cold ram. In Cincinnati best shipping cattlo brinir 4; select butcher 4 to 4 and stock-er- a and feeders 2 to 3. The top of tho market for hogs is 5.00. Sheep run from 2 to 3j. XiW1 HAVE- That OIL CAN READY On Saturday, Nov. 13th "3 v. J w BR UG STORE ' - V u e Wnl-ker- Particular Attention Paid to Physi cians' Prescriptions. threo-weok- B in yt chi-cK- s liar-rodsbur- c, 1! or-gu- S. HOOKEB, M. ,' li 3 w WEARER & CO -- 1, n. m e yes-lurd- ay -- STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS frnud-uleutl- y HEATING : STOVES '8 T - -- slodge-humm- ar e good-bye- ! time-honore- d 1 So-de- HUGHES & TATE. FOB SAILS KING PREWITT. Bov.-Yo- Klngt-vW- m Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, want-lu- 75-- tf Administrator's -- Sale 10-acr- o eea-so- Corn Wanted. KUTG & PBEWITT. Tuesday, Nov. per-da- I ..., D)llOT(Gr89 -- BOOK! 8)9 -- three-year-o- ld SCHOO L : SUPPLIES Prescriptions Carefully Compounded "Wo Bo MCoM(OBIEBlCB9 el PENNr Dentist, .? . i .w I . ' g,- - V x Semi-Week- ly -- Interior Journal WOMAN'S WORLD A IN PARAGRAPHS. la l': I It.1 Insurance Company x,rvEiuooi,. ARBEE fef I- -, Toller Who Ha Kntcrcil Into Nobly r.nrncd Rett. s Ono of tho bravest, sweetest Published Evory Tuosday and Friday AT of tho woman cause that over $2 3?JSn. YU3AKIX ADVANCK drow breath went nwnyfrom tis when Lucy Stone passed out of life. No worn-nWhen not io paid $2.50 will be charged.could lrnvo died in this generation whoso low would lmvo been moro eorely felt. Tliero was uono who gavo herself K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. moro unresorvedly, sacredly and modest-lto tho work sho choso in her youth. Train nave Rowland at 7:00 a. m., roturnln The first equal rights speech I over heard it jto p.m. was mado by Lucy Stono, and it was nn L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. inspiration to me. I was converted then l 7 Pm Mail tram going North nnd thorc, and I have never wavered 11 pm South....... .. 5 P from that day to this. Tho woman train " South Express .. North... ......33m movemont is as much n part of tho hism 3 Local Freight North.......................... .....ao7P m tory of our country as tho autislnvery South The latter traina alio carry passengers. movement, and in both of theso Lucy The. above ii calculated on standard time. Solar Stone boro noblo part. Tho story of tho ive is about 10 minutes faster. Btrugglo of tho wcm u of America for QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. their legal, civil nnd social rights will form ono of tho grandest chapters In tho Tnim nass Junction City as follows: record of human progress. It almost nSouth.bound.--N1., Vestibule Limited. 11.50 brings tears to tho eyes now to recall New' Orleans' Kspress. t a, a. m.; No. 7., Local, how Lucy Stone, n slender, gentlo girl, j.u p. ra.; No. 9 , Blue Grata Vestibule, 8.40 p. only strong in her righteousness, waa Northbound. -- No. 1, Vestibule Limited, 6.48 mobbed, hissed and howled at 40 years Mail, a.SJ - m i ;"" " p. m.; No. 4m endangered, for i ago, and her lifo oven Limited, .i; a. m.. No. 8., Local, a.iS tho mero speaking out of ringing words No. :o, Blue Grass Special, 6 a m. for freedom. I remember reading ouco how some roughs removed a pano of glass from tho window behind tho platform whero sho stood to speak and turned n stream of ico wnter down her back in tho dead of winter. Lucy Stone bimply drow her shawl around her and went on speaking. It makes ono feel deathly ashamed for one's countrymen to recall that such things have been. Alice Stono Blackwell nnd her father should writoa full history of this beloved, lamented lady, putting in all tho incidents ' of her lifo that they can find. Every scrap of Lucy Stone's lifo history will be n precious legacy to tho women that now aro and to tho women who como after her. If sho had never a "omplished anyA cream of tarter baking pow thing else, tho recital of how heroically der. Higest of all in leavening sho worked to educate herself and how Latest United states against such odds as no woman need strength. bravo now, thanks to her and thoso like Government Food Report. her, sho at last succeeded this of itself BOYATBAKINGJPOWDER CO., would bo nn inspiration to ambitious girls. A little too soon sho went out of 108 Wall St., Now York:. life, oven though sho entered into sweet A. S. rest, for sho did not llvo to cast her full voto as a citizen. Yet who shall say sho HMVtTTI SURGEON DENTIST. will not know of nntl share in tho trinew Office over McRoberts Drug; Store.lnJItho umph when it docs come? Owsley Building. Stanford. Dr. Cyrus Edson, health officer of Now York, gives it ub his opinion that American women aro deteriorating physically because of higher education. Bosh! A womnn wants to nbolish typewriter I will open on January 16th, 1893. a Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity oI girls becauso theyllirt with their emthe people of fatantord and Jersey milk to ployers nnd ranko troublo in tho family. at the lollowlng prices, delivered: o cents Why not nbolish tho employers? Fresh Milk, per gallon 10 cenU Slummed Milk, por gallon If you wero a woman who did not be8cenu Butter Milk, per gallon lieve in divorco and earned your living by being janitor in an apartment house and had a husband who beat you, and if yon complnined of him both you nnd the husband would bo turned out of tho houso, and you would loso your situation, what would you do? P. B. BlIiEY,5Proprlotor, Tho Kentucky. womanUnited States senato has rejected London, - suffrago for Oklahoma. Never am better to I have movedevermy new Hotellandthe public mind. Let the women throng to Oklato accommodate prepared than homa in force, enter business there, Good Livery attached and every convenience make good friends with tho masculine Givcme.caU.FRANK element, do all they can to mako Oklahoma a nice placo to livo in, nnd thus swell tho population so that this fine territory can ask for statehood soon, nnd then induce tho legislaturo to confer full Having purchased the suffrago on its women citizens, as Wyoming did. New Zealand, whoro tho women vote, Of J. W. Ramsev, lam Increasing thestoclcas i3 1,200 miles bonthoast of Australia and f st as.possible and will soon have it 0,500 miles southwest of Par- It consists of three islandsSouth America. North island, the largest, Middlo island and Stewart Call at my store on Lancaster street and I will islund. North island is SCO miles long. make it to your interest to trade with me. Tho climate of New Zealand is glorious, makes ono feel as if there wero no such HUTCHINGS. W.C. thing as pain or weakness in tho world. 3 The soil produces abundantly tho crop A. G. L an rum 11. Castlcman. John of tho ttinjwrato zone, and thero nre no snakes there. Is not this a good place in which to live, move and have one's voti? It may intorest some of our southern ' brethren just nt this timo to know that Jliis Ida Bell Wells, n Mississippi col- -' ored womnn, is lecturing in England on lynch law in tho United Statoa. 02? One of tho hotels nt Saratoga has its JN pahseuger olovator run by n nico girl. & C ASTLEM A B Why not? MANAGERS,; Colorado has a law that men who do Building, Louisville not support their wives shall leave tho Commerce state. To this law, according to Tho Agents throughout the South. Outlook correspondent, thero is actually nttached on tho statuto books a rider to bo of W. A. TEIBBLB, Local Agent, declaring it n man tho senso too tho legiswho is mean to lature that KY. tSTANFORD. support his wifo is too mean to be a citizen of Colorado. Mrs. Julia K. West of Richmond o..nf. CfofoTi Talntwl "M r , lina Iwmn ' U.MMV, ....W K'V.WU IWiirSell.at Cost for the Next VUUiUI Jlt.l.t. school commissioner unnominated for 30 Days der circumstances which do credit to both her and tho gentlemen who brought of D. G. Tne entire stock of;8oods n the townSlaughter, of Crab her namo forward. Tho nomination was at his storehouse Ky. This is a large an well assorted given to a woman in order to get tho stock ol goods, all new, consisting of control of tho public schools of tho Drv Goods, Clothing, Boots and island out of politics. Mrs. West's namo was received with rousing cheers, and it Snoos.iiaxs, uapa.iiuwuua, is believed sho has quite as many friends Groceries, &c. among Democrats as among tho RepubComo at once and secure bargains. licans, by whom 6ha was nominated, 60 Sho is GOES that her election seems sure, socially,a lady of the highest standing that the At first coit. Remember served. first to como is which would not help her much in her the first duties as school commissioner. But she K. H. 11RONAUOH, Admr. 6j is fortunately also comparatively well OARANBST3 acquainted with public lifo, having taken active part for years in educational nnd bonovolent work. "The true woman must always ac cept her Unrol crown with tears, for she ji lie nnd iTim .lota TmsbnimL eon. ltlmr n feels that sho has lost much to gain it," HUPrOHITORIEtf, Cnpeulee of Ointment And two g lloxrs o Ointment. A Cora for Flies says the Now York Herald. What has of every nature and detrreo. It make an operation eho lost? with Injections chain-pioun y .- -9 n,. iJ SL -r : I Vi V r m EsSsf :'." n pVi .rzzUZdSi PERSONAL GOSSIP. TIIK OLD a., .nrr chllilirn subteet tu croun If 19. you should never be w.ihcut a bo. tie of Chamberlain a lough Remedy. Itisateitam cure for croup, and ha nrvrr been known 10 fall. Ii given freely na soon as the croupy cough appenrt it will prevent SAM 11. WARNACK.Pror. ihe attack. It is t.e sole reliance with thousands of mothers who have croupy children, and never - KENTUCKY. no dinner in (jivlne this diappeintstrem Thetois Remedy In larse urn! ficqucnl doses, as it contains nt bottles Inlurleus. $ Refitted and refurnished nnd in every way pre.' n 1 Finn. M.bnk.,l. nii-c.- t pared to ntti-n- tho wants of the public. Kates ford. very reaionable XTOTICE. firm o( Alfunl R McAIefc, Mc Kin-nchas dissolved and the accounts of the film are in Mr. Thomas Walker's hands for collection. If you are In debt to tho firm, plone settle with hitu, as we are anxious to eet our business closed up. KUOUGK ALl'OIlD, W. M. McAFKK, McKinnuy, Ky, -t JTACKSOIT IKOTTSE, London, d The Livery y, ,."?.,. 7- m Senator Stowart is tho largest consumer of coffee in tho sonnto. Mrs. William Morris has tho roputa-tio- u of being tho most beautiful woman in Loudon. Lady Henry Somerset's paper, Tho Woman's Herald, of London, advocates the abolition of tho houso of lords. Captain Charles Carter, who died in Norfolk nt tho ago of OH years, was married oight times and left 83 children, every ono of whom is said to have survived liim. 3SSTH.A"T. When When When When ' ' 1TOTIC3SI her Costori". Ilftby was slot, we ahc waa ft CWW, sho cried for Castorta. she became- Mitf, riio clurjjto Castoria, aho had Children, die - Camo to my plate near Maywwl. on the ;lh of July, a bay mare Teas pony. Owner can get her by paying h. her 70-i- ... t l'crns having claims ngalmt the estate of C. llrown, dee'd, will ptnenl them probity proven by Fob, 1, 1894 and thoe who owe it will com lorwaru aim settle at onrc. -73'4l "VvHUNsSk. J. T. 1IKOWN Admr . Pleasant Point, Ky. May wood, Ky. TENNKSSirE, UucUlln'H Arnica Hnivo. tor The best salve In the world sores, cun, bruises tetter, chapaores, ul ers, salt theurn, fever chllfclsins, corns and all skin erup ped hards, lrrico .5 cents per boa. or money refunded. Ky. For sale by A. K. Penny, Stanlord. " ..- - am hen It Is belter thnn any p aster.the chf.t on the lung"aro sor such an application the shoulder between ami another on the back, 1 hero Is blades, will ollen prevent pneuj onl 1 N o. 1 P- -po 1 msomeiy m. Powder Bakincr Pure Joseph Leuvenmark, who holds tho thampionship of tho world for high diving, is instructor in tho Royal Swimming school at Stockholm. Tho record Is 82 feet, Tho Duko of Connnught has surprised tho English staff officers by his knowledge of nnny organization nnd equipment, and tho indications nro that ho will mako n good commander. Countess Fedora Gleichen is executing a memorial of her father, tho lato Princo Victor of nohenlohe, formerly governor of Windsor castle, which is to bo placed in Sunningdalo church, Berkshire. Dr. Samuel F. Smith, tho author of birth"America," passed his eighty-fift- h day at his homo in Newton Center, Mass., near Boston. Ho is nctivo and alert nnd feels tho burden of his advanced ago little. Miss Eleanor nnrgravo of Liverpool has won tho certificate and medal granted by tho Royal Humane socioty for proficiency in life saving competitions. This is tho second occasion in Liveriool on which tho Royal Humano society's special medal has been grauted to a girl. THE 1803 GREAT Th, best. with UhamDeriain .i- -ir -- U....J... .... pUc '?" - Mrs. B. Montgomery, Prop. cordially Invite the ladies to Inspect the selected stock ol Millincrr at prices to suithave times. The Misses Webter, of Indlaoapoln, arc 1 h best hotel In the city and the only on with charge or tho lreis Making Department and a sample room foi drummers now ready to Kspecia attention nEAZ,.EV, to the traveling public. Rates fj, Having secured tho services of Mist Matlie n tea"!. from Cincinnati ai Trimmer for this carefully a Al-te- Floronoo Hotel, TO THE ItAUIES. Tho JELLICO, 7. ""1$$ bUnlord,Ky. jj-5i- Th.e Poos Valley. Attention, Farmers, The R. D. BRUCE urc to. finest fruit belt of New Meslco. onen Kht by applying bandage damrn. Vc glt, Stanlord. bottle, for sale by W. II. McRoberts. Prig It is In New Meslco. except oranges and lemons. Is Agent for the Jones Lock Wire Fence and e Land from Jm to Jjo per acre on 10 years' time, at b the best Kenee In the -- orld; no culling, no snagelng; pig 6 per cent. Call on or addrets, I. M R.C.MOltOAN, D. D. S., tight and bull strong Call on Ky Stanlord. Ky. Stanford or address K. D. Hruce at Danville, In crops under irrigation if properly attended All fruits Kiown In California can be grown No fall pronoWolbythoKernerato 64 1 ' WALLACE E. VARNON, .... . la acamliuaie lor i... .v.. nfllrn nf Coilll' .1 ly judge; subject r- - to tho action ol democratic par- - QUITS K,SPAIIIBD. J. M. PETTY, The Gun MaVrr at LancaiteT, will be in Stanford of wch month for tho purpose oforRetting Mac repairs? Work left at the Myeis i louse Huffman' will be lent to him and will receive or pistol, made Kuod Old Cuns prompt m THE P. 0. MILLINERY. Call at ihe pc.t-odJc- o room and sec the . a r jr.1.1. 1.. ivmiv tinli-- e of Lincoln, iiuuiu- -l iv. w"..y -r is ject to the action ot the Democracy. j-- JAMES W. G1VENS O. P. HUFFMAN Largost and Bost Soloctod Stock Of Millinery ic town. bound to please you. 10 sub- - The goyl. and prices are MRS. P. T. COURTS. as new .... it tho Democratic party, UlC. lie ...lt.. ft.il. arliAM nf ould appreciate your Orchard, Lawn, Garden. ! Full stocks ol fruit aod ornamental tree.. vine., asparaau.. small Irult.. shrubs, and In a nur.ery found We Jell direct to the planter and Catalogue on .PPUc.Uo,.y ,ILLKSMKVKR Lesln.ton, Ky. M.im J. T. FAHRA, NICIIOI.ASVII.LE, Joaamlne County, Ky., t. Candloate for Assessor of Lincoln Jcounty subject to the actlocot the Democratic party. Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, ject to tbe action of the De roocTatlc patty. . JOHN M. JOHNSON ''h'";nt' REVOLUTIONS. PRICE, UlILU' Di:R,- - First-Cla- ss Row-lan- d THE RILEY HOUSE RW COME to SEE ME. : Grocery Business Complete, in Every Great rebellion in Poland; provisional government nppointedj terrible severities of tho llnssinn government; hundreds of leading Poles shot or hanged; European intervention fruitless; tho rebellion suppressed. 18C0 Revolution in Roumania; provisional government established; an "hereditary hospodar" elected; declared a "king" in 1831. 1800 Great military revolt at Madrid in favor of Prim; suppressed with unexampled cruelty; many prisoners shot, 18C0 Tho kingdom of Hanover conquered by Prussia, tho Hnnovorians having taken tho sidoof Austria in tho seven weeks war; tho. king escaped to Austria, and his property was seized by tho Prussians. 18G7 Separate constitution granted Hungary, which thus becamo an autonon mous part of tho empire; political nmnesty granted to all offenders, and n separato parliament allowed for Hungary. 1807 Overthrow of tho empire in Mexico; Maximilian shot; sinco 1821 it is said thoro have been revolutions or insurrectionary outbreaks in Mexico. 1808 Mutiny on Spanish fleet began a revolution; flight of Isabella; a provisional government formed. 1870 Tho provisional government of Spain declared at an end and Amadeus crowned as king. 1870 Revolution in Paris, tho emperor having beon made prisonor nt Sedan; a republic proclaimed. St. Louis Austro-Huugaria0 Globe-Democra- J. A. GIVENS sub- m mm Jjm : mmm mi, Kachange Hank. Biuo-Gras- Room 5, Farmers TO COAL BURNERS Of Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity: with the Eajl cf Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to tho action now prepared to soil Aiwa, fer sale. tains fer tale. mardemocratic party, the po.l you Jelllco Coal at the lowr.t and e ling for gin. 1 f.nd th.t by paying cash come and sre m 1 can sell much cheaper, so Winter and see how little money will buy your of a a Candidate lor Jailer, subject to the action I, am .. ctl.uanc'e uV the Democracy. DINK FARMER Stock, Grain, Market and Tobacs co Farms in tho in the .lo Timber Laudssolicited.mounCorrespondence G. W. DEBORD M. UTh,a!nlyoC,tmrUttnr;e4.ci..ng D. action Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the of the democracy. At the action Is a Candidate for Assessor, tubjectltoltne of the Democratic party. F. ELKIN, M'S,,, 11. J. H. BAUGHMAN, FIKE AND STORM S. CARPENTER, old stand ol INSURANCE AGENT In well-know- n J. Cieen, ......ReprltBting... JNO. BRIGHT stow E. D. KENNEDY, to tho office of As-tIs a of Lincoln County, subject to action of tbe democratic party. and Would be glad to see his numerous Inerid Kurnl-or- e theml-Tstoof goods con.l.tlng; cl ek farming Saddlery. Hardware, lluggle. and 47" Implements. Oive htm a call. ..iJTANKORD. Hustonvillo, - - Kontucky, Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Eur.; Pennsylvania I'irc, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. All of v hich are Companies. 1 wouU pleaitd to walto omv friends In this Hr.r. Pol. icics promptly tsiucd. Will Insure against tornadoes, wind .terms and lightning. Lightning d without additional chsrg OtXc at National Hank, Stanford. first-clsss t gff.RED B SALS STABLE, clsui-sattach- K.t W.L'.DAWSON, Isacandidateforjaller,subject:tothectlon the democracy. oi Depot stieet. by At John Mjuef.e's n w brick on the old Jeflersonlan democracy. I, , candidate JOHN BAILEY, for jailer, subject tol theaction Jof Who will at all Hoes be glad with good rise at reasonable rates. meet all K. C. trains. Pro'r., J. W. RAMSEY,accomniodale to My'Il-s.w- ill jj THE GOFFEY HOUSE .ANFOUD, KY., '' SPLENDID KAKM the Democracy. Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the Sale Cheap Privately. JOHN B. MERSHON,. of For Iwill sell pritatcly action My.Splcndid Farm of lSO.Acrcs, S.tu.trd ', JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This I Intel, renovated and refurnished, Is now in tuy charge and I intend to conduct It ao as to not only maintain Its high reputation, but to add to Its long list el friend.. Special accemmoda-Uofor tommerrul trawlers and fine roetus.for lb di. ploy af samplos. lAIFIrst-Clas- s And MILLIARD and j7-- tl o. ticular. t. V. W. HAYS, -- He. Solh of Stanford. TW. farm NOVELTIES. ol 1. a candidate lor aller, subject to tbe faction the dwnociacy. Saloon POOLROOMS attached JOSEPH COFFKV. r4Vuy W H.MILLUU. ". w :TiV.unioiKr j.II.-OWUbK. ROYAL ! J NOTICE. , 1 Tho low epergnes in piorced work nro lovely. Milk jugs of glass sot in perforated silver Tliero aro charming fancies in silver candlesticks. A nymph holding up a llowor is ono. Fancy spoons aro mndo with handles of filigree in silver gilt. This is confined in nn outsido band dotted with colored enamels. Bonnot pins nro n study. In tho first placo, they must ngreo with tho bonnot in tone, so it is necoasary to have as many pins as bonnets. Somo of tho prettiest simulato flowers. Thero nro numerous protty details mado for tho toilet tablo of porcelain encased in perforated silver. Tho jugs for perfumery aud lotions nnd tho boxes for pomades aro very pretty. To tho jowelors who provide their patrons with fans it may bo said that everything is spangled. Tho painted fan, unless it is a work ot art, is beneath a woman's consideration. Tito fan most chic is of black gauze, with spangles of silver or of iridescent hues. Jewelers Circuarea-novelty. action ot Ii a candidate for Jailer, subject to tho the democracy. . PETER HAMPTON, SAMM. OWENS, MILLER & SOWDER, Falls Branch Jcllico Coal Co., Miners aa.1 shtpprs of the GENUINE r. . ,.!.L.n Mr Sheriff of Lincoln county, ject to th action i tiw deraKratic rimary. ub- - REAL STANFORD, Office -:- - ESTATE Josirnal Orljjinal Jcllico Coal. Try it. We are th sole aents ler Hanfnrd land Rawland. Office ot Depot street and T. D. SEW3LASD, Sheriff of Lincoln couo'ty, sub ject to the action of the democratic primary. 1. Doalors and Brokers. KENTUCKY HnlMi-- c- crar 0 HIGGINS A WATTS. Commercial VcKINNEV, KY. I Hotel, , fine lllue Ora.. I, a Candidate fer Jailer of Lincoln' county and First-01ao- 3 " Bar and Pool Boom. a.ks his friends not to commit at home and twr. and finel Impuvcu. one l.e. as he is forced to stay ,. Prm of 100 actes. finely lmptOed. Offll Have repaired and Jref'jrulmcd the Hotel and ol tha His candidacy is subject to the action am Better than ever at law pnci.. party. In high a Fine lUue Orass Farm, of 10c acre, low. Prepared to Accommodate the state of culuvallon. well improved; offered Public. Good c. Farm of H acres, near R. R. tiUn. blue grass land; will sell cheap. Hprcial attention to Commercial Men. I me Livery and Feed Stable attached. acres, on pike, tno Tartu ol 11Wue-graG -land; low ' W. GKEEN, Proprietor. rofle.fromStan.oid; good J ES.S ROUT, Manager. pricoandon easy terms. Dem-ocrat- T. J. HAT-CHE- PROPERTY FOR 5AIJE. KaTin ol have JJJX acre on pike and have attached a btn.ht alvova mcntlJnedJ.Hetel at D THE JEWELER. -:- wirriaii ra IVOQ - STANFORD, 3"T. lar. SWELL NOVELTIES. Stock Most Complete 1. Jdcl-uU- A turquoiso tinted bowl, with a flat cover of enamel, is a pretty salt cellar. A couplo of English walnuts, with a jagged opening, reproduced iu silver, nre designed for salt cellars. The yachts aro having their turn. Most beautiful matchboxes havo enameled portraits of tho yachts. Somo pretty now letter clips havo been introduced. Tho lower end is a wreath and a bowknot, while streamers combiuo to mako tho upper part. A new smoking set had for tho cigar holder the model of 11 wood houso without a roof. A rustic well was for cigarettes. Tho matchholder was a hollow log, with on ax laid across. Similar tho knlf 0 or of carbollo add, which in ornament attracts many u u&lntul and Mldom a permanent cure, and often Shall tho Earl of Meath bo permitted people. in death, ennvoosearr. Why endure vtil terrll e W atuaranta foltooxea to oura any case. You only cay for to realizo tho wiBh expressed in the The tendency of a woman's bolt and tenants received. 11 n box, 6 for $5 by ma atpie lowing sentence from The North AmerGuarai tevs creed skirt to part company gives a new opf ican Renew: "I am sufficiently patriwoman was CONSTIPATION otic to hope that the honor of first ad- portunity to jowelors. A established w CToet J.TVER and BTOSl AOlf 1CEUULATOH and seen on Broadway who had WOODPUHITTEU. FinaD., mild and pleasant to mitting women to local conncils may permanent connection between these two take,. eapociauy adapted for children's -- so. CQVcao rest with the land cf my birth tbn land by means of a long gold whero freedom slowly bro.uU.i.s down urticles of dress , bar. It was richly chased and showed ' to precede from precedent to advantage. Jewelera' Circular, Eliza. AnciLi.-.- L A. if. PENNY re, EVERYTHING , eMti nw TsaST laWfliN mi y or-; $&fr VBfrfcg T-- t-g-z 4 T -r W .IZIJUEnevor-falUu- saOflre&aff --5lk??ra! WMX OILVERVWH CURE Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair work. One call will convince you that this is the place to trade. areas; to suit 8 to is. Town lots In Stanford In purchasers, aero fino farm wit'i csee lent Ninetv-thre- e m!li: dwellins and other Improvements, on pike. .... .titil.itsl. i.. larm. capable of division 11 Large firms. Desirable In every parl.ou into smaller easy terms. lar. Offered low and ou ery frame building; well finish, afi. Good Main street, in Eastern nan of Stanload. toe" front, aoo back. Will .(l at a bargain. Fork. Small farm of 19 acres on Hanging Will exchange for .inal hou.e and lot or sell at low price on easy terms. Stanford , jo. Small farm ol So acres, 1 mile Irom welllmprovtd, at a bargain. of o acres on Hanging Fork, near TuJnev He Fine Blue grassland, weli.atered. and nice fronwou pike, with good Improvements young orchard. Price low. e and cottage, nicely and . Hotel, ky. conveniently located, near depot In Loudon, Uge NineroJm.in dwelling, four iomi in cot Also AH new buildings. Store house of 3 rcoms 300 feet. Fine location for coodbaru. Lot 1 ore and hotel. Will sell cheap an on ea.y terms. two-sto- ry ITow Millinery. -- -- - "My mother, Mrs. Kate Duddcrar, has Just re turned Irom the cities with an elcgzst line of mil linery, embracing ALL OF THE NOVELTIES Of the season, of which she will have lull control' She also engaged a Firt-Olas- 4 s Dress-Make- r. Call and esamlne my stock of Millinery before buying and leave your order for your dresses. Thankmgyou for past favors wesolidtsame.il MAUYjDAVIS DUDDERAR. JAMES YEAGER. THOMAS YEAOER. store-hous- YE AGER & YEAGER, wn Fruit Trees For Sale ! ra?, fd m m stable, ". firat-cU- STANFORD, rt-ul- cJIa? 1 it. fesSulRSftft Stanford. . We'are In our new stable In tbe Opera Houta West At our Fruit Farms and Nurseries one mile fine a Olockland are well supplied with We have as of KingsviUe. Elucolna county. any man ever handled, stock of Fruit Trees IWEW BIOS ANDZHOESES, and garden ready for transplanting Uoorcbsrd Peaches will this Fall. Orchardsof Apples and per hundred. All persons Indebted to the estate of Miss Kate be assorted to suit customer at io Have been purchsied and nothlncbut i Swope will please settlo on or before December I, The trees aie nice, the varieties the be.t. attractive and tne ursoutt will leave the stable. next and those having claims against her will preneoded to mako sent them properly verified for payment to the chlbfren happy will be found here, tor circular, w. M. WUl'fc, undersigned by that time. Aduir, adores, 73Mt NOTICE I ho-n- e A'"UKEku't.Kj. Give them a Call. . iS4 ij, -- rfiijKfiLiJ i c;s - J.