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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893113001 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. -- . ,ir ' " Semi-WeeklVOL. XXI. An Open y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 1893. NO. 79 o 'V jS W M Letter to tho Business Stanford. (Editor Interior Jnu'nal J Men of When tliu U &2s It. It. Co. removed their in ii from Hon land, tlio huninuHS of Stanford folt tliu effect of tho lost) of that L' THAMKSGEIM SI MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. 1893. IS '?) Truo tho olfoct was not nearly bo dlsaatroiiH as was predicted by some, hut wo are nil willing to acknowledge that tho location of the shops and division terinluul of tho L. & X. Co. nt Rowland was nn advantage to tho business inter oat of Stanford, In order to restitutio loBSthusstietain-eit was proposed that an effort be made to induce manufacturing industries to locatu here. Unfortunatly just at that time ono of those periodical waves of financial do prcssiou was sweeping over tho land. Business was stagnated, factories were closing down, and failures were reported from nil quarters. Under theuo circumstances it was folly to attempt any financial enterprise, but tho cloud has now passed and the bright neHS of the sunlight on tho business hor iron is lightened by the reflection from tho storm wo have passed through. The banks report money for legitimate business abundant. The mines and aro resuming opperations with renewed activity. New enterprises are being projected and everything points to a most auspicious opening of tliu year of 1S91 to tho commercial world. Tho question that confronts us na business men is shall wo join in tho procession and keep abreast with tho ndvuueing tide of business enterprise or shall ve content ourselves by nursing tho delusion that wu can sit idly with folded hands and that business will eventually knock at our door. With the natural advantages ntid sur y roundings that wo have there is no 0 not be a city of Stanford should population. It would seem almost criminal to sacrifice tho ground we have gained in the construction of our admirable water system and electric light plant. It lays within our power to put Stanford in the lead of the progressive towns of the state, but will we do it? Wo can not build a rail road to llurgin to intersect tho Cincinnati Southern and Louisville Southern, but we can put the s business here that will maku thote only too anxious to build a road to Stanford. Wo can not entluencu tho L. rt N. Co. d to realoro tho division terminal at if it is not to their interest to do so, but by increasing tho business of Stanford wu can make it to their interest to put additional trains ou the K. C. and make it a competing line to Cincinnati. If we would make a success in building up the business interest of Stanford, wo want no mushroon growth, no spas modic efforts to bu abandoned nt the appearance of the first dililculty but as wu increase our business wo should retain reputation for sou ml our business integrity. There Is au opportunity now presented whereby we may start an entering wedge, which may open up far more wonderful results than wu at first glance would expect. By prompt and concerted action wu can secure the location of a Canning and Preserving plant, having an established trade with wholesale depositories in the large cities, owning ouu of the leading brands of canned goods in tho market. Could wo B'curo this plant it would put in circulation thousands of dollars annually among our farmers and gardeners. It would give employment to quite n number of men and women and children, and would stimulate bubiness iu all branches. Tho successful establishment of one institution of this kind would open the way for larger enterprises. Tho woolen factory property is now iu tho hands of parties who stand ready to start tho wheels iu motion at the first sign of enterprise manifested by the citizens of Stanford. Tho Odd Fellows are anxiously awaiting for some sign of encouragement to tear down tho old Commercial Hotel and erect u handsome three story brick block on tho site. The success of tho business futuru of Stanford is assured if wo will Will tho business do our duty now. men of Stanford act? My interests here are not great but my zeal iu the interest of any enterprise that I think will benellt thef whole people, Bhall be exceeded by nonu. A. O. Sine. Respectfully, trado. d fac-tori- Know y that tho Lord Ho is God: it is He that hath made us, and not wo ourselves: we are His people, and the shoep of His Pasture. Enter into His gates with Thanksgiving, and into His courts with praise: b thankful unto him and bless His name. For tho Lord is good: His mercy is everlasting and His truth endure th to all generations. Psalms -- 100:3-4-- 5. WHITLEY COUNTY. WILLIAMSBURG, LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY- - The town Is having a set of scaleB Northcott & Co. are now killing put up. Thin has long been needed and and shipping 200 turkeys daily. tho hoard should be commended for Tliero will bo preaching at tho Baptheir action in the matter. tist church next Sunday evening. -- Local coal dealers are complaining a Tho meeting which has been iu progress at tho Baptist church during great deal about coal being stolen from the lact 10 days has resulted in 33 the cars on the side track. Rev. I'restidgo is doing tho Kid. J. 0. Frank is still confined to preaching himself. his bed. Some days iie is better and Mrs. Dr. Adkitis has returned from others worse aud the long confinement an extended visit to her father's at is making him exceedingly weak. Campbellsvillo. Mr. John B. Fish and The young gentleman will give a family, of I'inoville, spent last week in German at Odds Fellows Hall on Friday our town. Mr. Walker Mason km in evening in honor of th visiting young Harbourvillo last Monday on Uga busi- ladies. Prof. Joa Meiler's orchestra will ness. furnish the music. The little daughter of The grand jury, after investigating Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Eubanks, died Mon tho case against Kb Doty for killing day oi pneumonia, bite liiul trio scar Charley White, returned an indictment fever and about the time she was out for manslaughter. Tho case will not be of danger with that pneumonia do eltried until next court. oped with tho above result. She was Busiiu'XH in the circuit court is run taken to Stanford Tuesday for burial. ning J and rapidly. None --The negro who attempted to escape J pub c is being tried. : I. from Oillcer Thompson, of Bell countv, , , the usual crowd of ....t.o imus liv jumping frnm the train and was shot room, as tills is only a in the foot, is having n rather serious auuui uie couri two weeks term, the court will likely time of it. Tho doctors have been unFriday. able to locate the bill and it is believed Taylor Mclvee, of color, the head that amputation will be necessary. waiter at the Holmes House, died very Mr. It. F. Uoeo has been elected suddenly Tuesday night. It was at first cashier of tho Jellico Ban!:. Wo regret thought that he had been poisoned, but to glvo Ben up as ho is a prominent sothe belief now is that he took an over-dos-o ciety mnu of our town, belongs to its of morphia. He was an honest, uuMt popular clubs, etc., but wiiat is our boy and will be greatly l)ss is Jellico's gain and we hope he will missed. s)on rise to tho prominence there that Friends hero have receive- - invitais duo hi.ii. tions to tho marriago of Mr. George D. Tho Thanksgiving services will bo held at the Christian church Thursday Potts to Miss Rose Frances Greenan, which will tako place at the Burnet at 10.30. Rev. J. X. l'restidge, of the House, Cincinnati, Dec. 12. Mr. Potts Haptist church, will preach tliu sermon. was horn and raised in Lancaster but hns The Y. P. S. 0. K., of the Congregationbeen in business in Cincinnati for some al church, nnd of the Christian church, time. Several of his relatives here will will hold a joint social at tho Academy uttend tho nuptials. House next Friday evening. Rev. Mr. L'd Bishop, who is now engaged of Chlcigo, preached at tliu Conin business in West Virginia, is here on gregational church Sunday. Klder J. K a visit to his mother and sister. Casey Terry lias reconsidered his resignation Owsley is home from Centre College to and has consumed to remain with the gt Thanksgiving turkey. Hon. W. II. Christian church another year. Miller attended court hero Tuesday. Wu wore sorry to see published iu Mr. John Anderson left mornini; to one of the Cincinnati papers the ac- - l.b.. i.: ..i. ..!..,i. i i .1 this h. " i,ice. ' '".a 'i; '" count of tho murder of our distinguish- .irunuueriiig irom l ed townsman, M. A. Moore. Mr Mooro grippe. whs never living more peacahlo and hapTho Courier-Journof tho 2Sth re life than at present. It is py iu his tern io mo iooi nan craze now engagirg strange that persons become so eager to secure news that they will sacrifice the attention of tho public all over tho country. It is not surprising that sport-li.- g truth and the good name of their secmen should go wild over such nontion of tliu Statu to have something to sense, but to seo D. Ds. and college prosend iu. We have enough dark and fessors attending such games and vigorbloody crimes to put before tliu world ously applauding the successful teams without manufacturing them to order would scarcely be believed if it were not when there is no foundation for such absolutely true. Tlio lato contest nt inreports and when with tho slightest vestigation tho newspaper reporters at Lexington seems to have been considered as ono between the Northern nnd could find nut the truth about them. Southern assemblies, tho brethren that Pkiiionau Bear in mind one thing, that have not sinco the war regarded it as if business, pleasure, or necessity calls "Pleasant for drethron to dwell togethyou away from home at any time, bo er in unity;" and so football is finally to particular, to have your route fully decid- determine which is right and which is wrong, or whether or not both are ed upon and arranged before starting. Many things should bo taken into con- wrong. sideration, especially the inducements CHURCN AFFAIRS. ollered by tho Wisconsin Central Comwho wish to visit St. Paul, pany to those Union Thanksgiving services will bo Minneapolis, Ashland, West Superior, hcidut tho Christian church this mornDuluth or any point in Wisconsin. ing at II o'clock by Rev. W. A. Slayma-keTneir trains loavo Chicago at convenient hours. Their equipment is unsurRev. A. V. Sizemoro says the statepassed by any lino in the Northwest. ment that tho Jauio Wash Institute had Close connections are made at St. Paul assigned is untrue. Ho ha3 been comand Minneapolis, with tlio various lines missioned to raise the money due, runuing to all California and Pacific und he has already gotten almost Coast points. $1,000 subscribed with good prospect Ask your nearest ticket agent for full that he will be able to secure the full Information, and bo partloular to seo amount. that your tickets read via tho "WisconBishop Turner and 300 other colorDanvillb. the roar guard of the sin Central Lines. Jas. 0. Pond, Genl. ed men are holding a meeting iu CincinHuntiug Club arrived in Boylo County Pass. Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. nati to "review and pass upon our conDanville from Tennessee early Saturday Round-triThey found game ploutiful, tickets dition patiently and impartially and reTourist's Rates. morning. having killed 11 deer and a good deal of to Lookout Mountain, Tenn,, Florida and port truthfully our knowledge of every In the declamatory con Georgia points, Ashovillo, N. C, New person murdered by mobs, lynchers, etc. email game test at Centre College, Bent Goodloo got Orleans, La., Mexico City, Havana, etc., and when and what for with documenthe Ural prize and D. J. Curry, of Har will he placed on sale by the Queen & tary evidence, if possible, for the use of Prof. J. B. Wal- Crescent Route on and after Nov. 1st, at the committees having such matters in rodsburg, tho second sold his fancy phaeton maro to Km greatly reduced rates, ''"ho Q. it C. is hand." ton Advocate. noted us running solid vestibuled trains bry Si Fox for . Tho new cruiser, Olympia, promises to Florida and Now Orleans. Direct line to snatch away from her tho recently beHo You don't love me as you did to tho Southern Tourist Resorts. Finest won honors of the Columbia as "Queen fore we were married, I don't believe. trains in the South. Ask your agent She Of course I don't John. You for tickets over the Queen fc Creecent; of tho Sea." In nn uuolllciai trial the 20 knots and wouldn't expect a woman to love a mar-- " ho will quote you rates or you can ad- Olympia made as high as an average of 22.25 knots for maintained ried man as she could a bucholor, would dress W. 0. Rinearson, G. P. A.,Cin 30 miles in a rough sea. 0. you? ndd-ditions. three-year-old rea-wh10,-00- lt """',," . I ,b ad-jour- n com-pany- hard-worki- ng How-lan- Supper by tho Aid Society Thursday night. A brass band has been organized at this place and instruments have been ordered. Fo email Bob Stark had a large splinter three inches long run throneh We invite the public to come at once and purchase from the his leg near the knee, while at work Saturday. The case of J. M. aud Squire Singleton, charged with shooting at officers Toilet Requisites, Fine Stationery, Hooks, Window Gass, was continued until next week. not ready. They gave bond. A pretty and accomplished young lady of Garrard county, who visited relCall and secure best prices. atives hero recently, is to bo married to a Barbourvillo gentleman one day this week. This is good weather on tho lumber Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky. men, who aro bringing in lumber, but rather hard on people whose wells and springs are dry. Thoro is row stacked in tho grounds here some 250,000 teet of poplar lumber. Champ and Henry S. Mullins, of tills county, who were orrested and takJ. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. en to Lancaster jail some months since, 5U1 1893 charged with having been connected with the Wilson gang, woro acquitted at Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and their trial last week. An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. A greater number of houses aro needed here. Daily inquiries aro mado by people who desiro to locate here. A gentleman came here lately to buy land around tho place for tho purpose of building more houses, but ho could not buy it at any price. Among tho visitors hero during Thanksgiving will be Revs. Richard Harding, W. V. Thompson and Lind-BeThey will remain over Sunday. We mean what we say. In order to reduce our stock by Jan. r, Mrs. L. B. Adams is visiting in Garrard. 1894, we have made some prices which are so Miss Maggie Spradlin was visiting Miss Lucile Joplin aud other friends hero during the week. Mr. Charles Higgins is expected hero Thursday. Judge and daughter have returned from Louisville. Mr. W. V. Reppert, who lately resigned as a member of the board of pen- That it is plain to every one. Dress patterns at greatly reduced prision appeals to accept a partnership in a ces. Prices on some Cloaks cut half in two and all others at less than noted law firm, stopped oil" hero Monday to see homefolks He left. Tuesday for manufacturer's prices. Splendid line children's long Cloaks at very Mrs. Max Hyman nnd Nebraska. daughter, of Lexington, have been with the family of Mr. James Croucher for M t) tho past week. They left for homo Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Croucher, who are on the sick list, are improving. Mr. Hats and all heavy boots at Prime Cost. Gents' and Ladies Under Burgess Bethurutuleft yesterday to visit wear at less than you bny them elsewhere. See our gents' and laTexas and tho Southwest. Thos. Taylor dies' vests at 25c Many other goods at prices much less than you is low with pneumonia. Walton's Opera House. Hessrvod Seats ITow on Sale. BEST & NEWLST STOCK OF DRUGS. Hunting Goods, Pipes, Cigars and Tobacco. Coin-mouwcal- th Wo Bo MoMOBElMTg, m .13 Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September -- NO BLUFF. y. Mc-Clur- o FAR BELOW our COMPETITORS PRICKS have been buying them. CRAB ORCHARD. Stev-onso- n, well-earn- ed "7 li al r. $2,-70- Joo and Will Brooks aro hero to spend Thanksgiving with their mother and sister. That what we have told you is true. A call will certainly convince A. II. Bastin is supplying Lancaster you. with a nice lot of pine lumber from his mill near here. Several arrests have been mado this week for drunken and disorderly conduct, but wo withhold the names iu the hope there will be less of this in tho future. Mrs. W. II. Hutcbings is the guest of Misses Leoh Stegerand Minnie Myers nt tho Harris House. Mr. James Honk, of Mt. Vernon, has been drawn hither by tho charms of one of our sweetest and best girls. Mrs. M. J. Harris, R. II. Bronaugh, A. II. Bastin and many of our farmers havo killed from 15 to 25 fat hogs for anand ready for your inspection an immense assortment of other year's supply. To such as these Have open Thanksgiving ought indeed ho a day of thanks, and they should extend their thankfulness to tho end of the year. It U easy to bo thankful wtth a garner to its utmost capacity with wheat, cribs full of corn, a smoke house full of choice meat aud no fear of a decreaso in tho valuo of bank stock. How heartfelt should be the thanks of such as have been so blessed. But what has tho poor And you arc cordially invited to call and see them while the stock is You say tired laborer to thank for unbroken. health aud strength. These only tend to prolong this probation, until wrinkled brow, furrowed cheek aud worn weary expressions show plainly how a life of toil saps the very essence of life and makes the poor thankful only when health fails and life ceases to burden. Let all who aro enjoying tl.o blessings and comforts of largo crops, full pocket the sunny books and consequently smiles of many friends, oiler a double At last. The consumer has been squeezed long and hard by the gishare of thanks, aud pray that another ant monopolies of manufactures, but now the panic scarred and year many who fail to be thankful now manufacturers and importers are dumping their products as may have abundant caus to thank "God fast as they can, which means that prices are now being from whom all blessings flow." CALL AND SEE SEVERANCE & SON. F ARRIS & HARDIN, 1111-- od Holiday Goods j V THE HARD TIMES ARE OVER ovr-loade- d p Another flreiu Middlesboro destroyed tho residences of Joseph, Bon and M. Wilson. Estimated loss $3,000. Right and left, and the fellow with the cash can lay in his goods and Seven tramps were killed hy wreck- sell them far below old prices. I am happy to say to one and all that ing of a coal train on bridge near tiynd-tna- I have been one of the fortunate ones and have them in my house. Pa. No other persona were innew and fresh; no old stock or second hand goods, rotten u, LiAUGHTKKEID jured. jt-iO- cin-nat- i, In bearing down sensations, periodical pains, ulceration. Inflammation, and every kindred ailment, if it ever fails to benefit or cure, you have your money back. with age or infected with disease, but fresh from the mauufac-turerRead these prices and see the goods. All the standard brands ailing bf the women who areAnd, 10 and suffering, woery such weak and eihausted. of Calicoes at SC yard; Hoosier Cotton sc yard. Men's Calf Shoes man, help is guaranteed by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Baby Shoes 25c, worth 75c. Children's Shoes 50c Prescription, For young girls just entering wo- $1, worth $1.50. manhood; women at the critical "change of lile," worth $ I. Ladies' Button Shoes 75c, worth S1.25. Ladies' Button women approaching confinement; nursing mothors; or overand every woman who is worth $1.50. The largest and best selected stock of worked. It Is a medicine that builds up, strength- Shoes 90c, I will also have a mammoth line ens, and regulates, no matter what the condition Clothing ever shown in Hustonvillc. of tne ststeu It's an Invigotating, restorative tonic, a sooth, of Ladies' Cloaks Oct 1st at half price. A full line of Family Groceries. ing and bracing nervlna, and the only guaranteed Come early and get the best bt auction prices. Respectfully, reuiedr lor "fiinale complaints' and weaknesses. m s. They are Holp la Wanted -I i "run-dow- '4 J JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. jJ& J. ja:, 1 :'... .v i.i ,.1, r ' 'iiitf-- ' v ""V-- - ..' f The democratic majority of the Ways NEWSY NOTES. and Means Committee has given tho new A eeven-iucrain fell in and around tariff bill to the press and it ia now beBrenham, Texas, Monday. ing cussed and discussed from ono ond STANFORD, Kr.t November tfO, 1S93 of Walter Fiah, gravo digger, fell dead tho country to tho other. The bill fulfills as near as possible tho promises into a gravo he had just finished at a of the democratic party to modify tho Pittsburg cemetery. W. P. WALTON. T. V. Powderly lias resigned at gen- most oppressive features of that culmioral master workman, of tho Knights of nating atrocity of tho 51st Congress, tho McKinley tariff law. As Mr. Wilson, Labor, which orgauizition is fast peterthe chairman, explains, the bill adopts ing out. Goes on with redoubled energy at the Louisville Store this week with greater reductions than ever. Our Sirs. Lindsay Casper, residing near whenever it seems practicable tho ad vaIFIEaiD.A.'X". great volume of business necessitates our replenishing our stock every week. Each week brings new lorem for specific duties, and the freeing Peebles, O , accidentally dropped her child in u kettle of boil bargains. Come and see the inducements vc offer for this week. Mothers, from taxes of thoeo gro.it materials of in- 14 months-olto bo as dustry Thanksgiving day has Rotten that lie at the basia of production. ing lard. great nn institution as Christmas nnd it As a rule tho tariff has been made lower At Elyria, Ohio, Ilnrnnn Hirrowi, is now looked lorwnrd to almost as much on the cheaper goods of necessary ueo an aged farmer, in a fit of rage, shot his as that festival. Though of a much more and higher upon the more expensive. It wife to death and then blew the top of ancient origin, tho custom of observing puts wool, coal, lumber, salt and iron his own head otl. a day each year to return thanks to God on the freo list, reduces tho tariff Tho Kanawha Salt Worka in West for its blessings was first observed in on sugar from a half to a quarter of n Virginia, about 30 in number, will this country ia New England. The cus cent nud provides for tho gradual repeal Five huudred men will be start Of your life to get an overcoat for your boys. $1.25, $1,50, $2 and $3, well worth double tl.c money. tom gradually spread to other parts of of tho bounty at the rate of an J a year. ed to work at onco laying pipo. tho Union and Bince 1S62, when Abra- The rates on wrapper tobacco have bepn A heavy shock of ear hquake, last- In suit? for boys we can giv.- at 75c, Si. 2$, St. 50 and $2, and so on to $7, which cannot be bought ham Lincoln issued tho first proclama- reduced to SI and $1.23, more than half, ing about 15 seconds, was felt at Mon elsewhere for double the money. For men's suits and overcoats tion, the presidents have annually pro- and manufactures of tobacco are put at treal Tuesday. The ahock waa also felt claimed a Thursday in November, usu- 40c. Cigara are reduced from $4.50 per in Vermout and Massachusetts. ally tho 4th, for praiso and thanksgiv- pound and 23 per cent, ad valorem to $ 3 Senator Voorhees oxpressea tho ing. It is observed without respect to per pound and '25 por opinion that tho House will pass the cent., which is bechurch affiliation and celebrated by un- lieved to bo the most productive revenue tanll bill in December, tho Senate in ion services among Protestant churches rate and is higher than tho law of 1SS3. Janiury nud that it will bo ready for whenever practical, while the lees reli- Pig iron ia reduced from 50 to 90 per presentation to tho President Feb. 1, For heavy cassimcre working suits that can't be beaten on earth we will sell you for $.. A grand line gious enjoy it as a holiday, it having cent, to 22 and steol rails from 75 per Joseph E. Bonghen, 17, of Cincinna- of clay worsted suits in double and single breasted sacks and frocks fashionably made and exquisitely finbeen made a legal ono in all the States, cent, to 5. A cut of more than 50 per ti, went to Chicago about tho 1st of Sepished, included in this great sale. merry. It is emi cent, and feast and make is mado on tin plates and on pock- tember, nnd has not been heard of since. nently a day for family reunions and et cutlery fully as much. Very material Recently his father received a letter degeneral good cheer among those who are reductions havo been mado in the cot- manding $3,000 ransuin for tho return of able to keep tho wolf from their doors. ton (schedule and tho pruning kuife has the boy. Uod pity those who can not and put it been used everywhero Mra M. E. Herd, who was elected it was thought in the hearts of their more fortunate necessary. county superintendent of Owsley coun- Will be sold this week at greatly reduced prices, Agricultural implements Nobody on this wide earth did cut the life out of pri- brothers to remember them substantial- have been placed on tho free list in or- ty, ia the widow of Col. Hobort Herd, ia ces in the heart of the season as we arc doing now. ly that they may havo abundant der to enable the farmer to better com- about 45 years old, and tho mother of 14 cause for thanksgiving, while their ben pete in foreign counties and because ma children, seven of whom are under 12 efactors experience tho Scriptural assu- ny agricultural implements are being years of ago. : : rance that it is more blessed to give than Bold abroad In Lake county, Iud , an investigacheaper than at home. to receive. Tho bill occupies many columns cf non- tion by a coroner's jury shows tho existCO., A. URBANSKY T. I). RANEY, This hasn't been n very prosperous pareil type and is n most comprehensive ence there of n suicide club. Twehe year to tho peoplo of tho United States, one. Tho committee deserves great persona who havo lately taken their CAtt financial and other Btorms having raged praise for its faithfnl work, which we Uvea are all thought to havo been memMUSICAL NOTES. to wreck the lives ami fortunes of men; hope and believe will be endorsed by bers of tho club. by a pious but as the writer was told On Wall street tho proposed reducHow tho "Lost Chord," perhnp-- i tho Congress. Tho robber barons have aland consoling Bister when he broko hia ready sot up a howl and tho protectiontion in the duty on refined sugar, from most succpbsful song of modern times, thigh, and was "gently raving" about it, ists are tearing their shirts, cent per lb. same to be written is narrated by Mr. but tho dem- ono half cunt to "It might have beem so much worse. ocrats have the power to fulfill their was considered a severe blow to the Wileby in a touching littlo story. Only Suppose it had been your neck. You promises and they will be recreant to American Sugar Trust and there was a a few inontha after Sir Arthur Sullivan ought to be mighty thankful." Taking every duty and unworthy of public con- big slump in tho stock. had excepted tho post of Principal of tho that view of it, we nil have great cause fidence if they do not. Tho TenueHsee Coal, Iron and National Training School of Music he ro Is Kccoiving His for thankfulness. Things havo not been Co. has advanced its prico of pig ceived a sovere blow in tho death of his perhaps as good as they might have, In his annual report P. SI. General iron 25 per cent., this being tho second brother Frederick, who was a talented : : : but they wern't bo bad after all, praise Biesell shows a marked improvement of advance in thirty days. Tho company actor. For nearly threo weeks he watch- tho Lord, and hero wo are again, ready the postal service during the year. He refused nn offer from London bankers to 0 I by tho sick man's bedside, Jdny and Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. to give thanks for His continued good- commends tho civil service law and is of take 100,000 tons at the last price. night. Ono evei.iug when the end was of men. ness to the children the opinion that the rule permitting rapidly approaching, tho Btifi'orer had LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. In tho language of Xehemiah S:10: fourth-claspostmasters to hold four for time Bunk into a peaceful sleep, mid Let us go our way, eat tho fat and drink years will result in good. There is an Don't forget Old Farmer Hopkins, ai his faithful attendant was sitting na tho sweet and send portions unto them estimated deficiency in the year of near Jackson Opera House, Friday, Dec. 1. mual by tho bedsi'le, it chanced that he for whom nothing is prepared, for this ly eight millions. Tho estimates for next Madam Julia Bella Floyd waa com- tiok up some verses of tho lata Miss day is holy unto tho Lord; neither be year place the receipts at $31,427,74S,458, mitted to jail in default of $300 bond, Adelaide Proctor, with which ho liHd I want to reduce my large stock of Watches, Clocks ye sorry, for the joy of the Lord is your and tho cost at $90,399,433.33. With tho charged and Jewelry, with false swearing at the in Hjme years previously been much im- and offer them at prices never so low. Call and examine the stock. strength. amount of money it costs, the peoplo quest over tho dead Btranger, Saturday. pressed. Now in tho Btillneea of tho ought to be furnished tho best mail serThe young sharp shooters have nignt ho read them over again, and alLadies' watches former price S50 now S.jo.oo; The death of Judge S. E. Dellaven, vice possible; been having Iota of fun the last two most ns he did so he conceived their Ladies' watches former price S3 5 now 27.00; which occurred at his home at weeks shooting at turkeys and ducks. "musical equivalent." A Bhcet of Ladies' watches former price S25 now 17.50. Monday, removes Tub Supreme Court has dismissed tho at midnight paper waa at hand, and ho began to sphere of usefulness a man who appeal of Engineer Lennon, who was Pittaburg generally geta the most fowls. from tho Hob Solvy, charged with gaming, write. Slowly tho music grew ami took Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Mated Knives-an- d forks all at the inall the walks of lifo proved that ho fined for contempt by U. S. Judge Kicks, and Stoko La who n, liquor, broke jail shape, until, becoming absorbed in it, ho was ono of nature's noblemen. As leg- for refusing to haul a train containing : song, thinking : islator, constitution maker and circuit Ann Arbor cars, because tho engineers Friday by digging through the brick determined to finish the of day it wall in tho rear and escaped to the that oven if in tho cold ligtit judge ho did his duty nobly and well on that road were out on a Btrike. Tho it should at This sale will be made for CASH. Hring the money along with you. and leaves a name that will be inde'libly power to enforce such nn order aa Judgo brush. We undoubtedly havo tho sor- should appear worthless to pasa tha weary lent have helped linked with the history of the State. He Kicks made comes through the Inter riest jail in the State. The remains of the dead man found hours, and so ho went on till tho Inst bar was circuit judge for IS yeara and no State Commeice bill and is absolutely composed a song man ever did more to exalt respect for necessary sometimes for the traffic of tho near hero wero buried last Sunday. whs add'd. Thus was Over a dozen peoplo identified him as of which the sale up to now ha exceedthe bench or create greater love for the country. Henry Lewis, of Lealio .county. Lewis ed over half a million of copies The His decisions, always fair, wire A .number of popinjay politicians are was young preacher, who carried a "Etude." nrely reversed and governors recogniz- getting themselves announced as candibible, hymn book, win to bundled pock Put aside tho few geniuses who were ing his worth and ability, appointed dates against Congressman Breckinridge, et knife nud a highly perfumed silk born We are now receiving our winter goods musicians, and it is presumably If you do not, try ours, him special judge in many criminal ca- some of whom would be worse to it send handkerchief. The scar nenr tha nose true that tho men who have accomplish- such as ses, notably that of Grove Kennedy, who to Washington than him, even if every- was like ono on L wis, as was also one ed anything memorable in tho execution was tried in Garrard. Judgo Do Haven thing charged against him ia true. It is on tho arm. Lewis was described as or creation of musical ideas havo estabwas 03 years of age and hia death was the chance of the small fry and they are wearing the same kind of clothing, the lished their by hard work caused by Brigut'a disease, with wuicn making the moot of it. having a cut in it just tho same (Hudnut's,) Carolina Kicc, Focrster Cakes and Crackers, overcoat A German pianist, when asked why he long suffered and for the allaying of as the one, above the left upper pocket America had produced no remarkable which he spent much of his time at The Wilson tuniTbill will reduce tho if Crab Orchard Springs, in this county. revenue from that source $30,000,000 a of the dead man's coat. These marks inusichns, replied tnat they might were all identified by several parties who they would only go at it right. What P. year, which sura will have to be mado J. and Imported Maccaroni. Nice Assortment ol Candies, Fruits Toe Wilson bill may be defined, says up by a tax on incomes, tho earnings of would have sworn to them. Mrs. James we judged to'bethe proper BBtem may and Nuts. be gained from his own method. Durthe Louisville Times, as a diagonal cut corporations or nn increase of tho inter- Bastin, of Pittaburg, was just as con between the Slorris horizontal and the nal revenue tax. Lot it be on the latter. dent it was tho body of young Good), ing the first few years of hia course ho McKinley perpendicular tariffs. It Whisky can stand all the tax that can be who was a former neighbor of her fa mi devoted 13 hours Jovery day to study. Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries. lv, living near Waynesburg. Col. Gran 13 houra a day ia an extreme. William bears lightest on the necessaries nnd put upon. Johnson was dispatched to Leslie coun- Vincent Wallace killed himself by pracheaviest upon the luxuries of life, withA msi'ATCii saya that Isaiah Kennis- - ty and found young Lewis there teach- tising 10 hours and devoting tha remainout anywhere reaching the prohibitive heights or the hurtful depths. It is a ton, the oldest democrat and Odd Fellow ing school. Tiie question as to identity der of the day to composition. Hone in Kansas, is dead, aged SO. Ho must and the cause of death is shrouded in wishes to enjoy the fruit of his labor he democratic, revenue raising, have been nn odd fellow to havo lived mystery and will probably never bo must attend the more carefully to his scientific, common sense, just ho long in that henignted republican known. physical nature. Hamerton'a letteiB on nnd equitable system of American taxa State. Likewise ho must have been the "I'liysical Basis," in his "Intcllectu. tion, and for that very reason will call HUBBLE. mighty lonesome politically. al Life," are well worth perusal. Tho of rago from tho heretofore forth howls MY Bro. Taylor will preach here Satur- exact amount of practice ono can endure favored class. The thing for the demo DEATH'S DOINGS. by experience. It must bo determined day and Sunday nights. cratic Congress to'do is to put it through Charles W. Fourshee, of W. D. Snow bought 'M cattlo aver- is useless to spend time after body and in short order, so that all interests may aging 1,100 pounds, of Ed White at 2Jc. brain are exhausted. You aro pumping be adjusted to its beneficent conditions Lexington, is dead, aged G9. W. M. Coffey, brother of Mr. A. G. ia another opportunity for Frank Todd is building a house on from an empty cistern. before there Goods arc- Coffey, of this county, died in WashingStudents must rid themselves of the Win. Sutton's farm and will move to it rascals to stampede the fools. tho ton county, aged 53, Ho leaves a wife Jan. 1. notion that talent ia everything. Talent Col. E. Polk Johnson, bless his old and six children. Bro. Elliott delivered a good sermon ia nothing, unless joined with earnest Mra. Nora Smith, daughter of Michpicture, has been appointed special treasendeavor. Tho young to a fair uudience Sunday night at and ury agent at Chicago, a high position ael and Jane Floyd, departed this life Bright'a . man who studies his features in tho glass, with liberal emoluments. Ho will as- Nov. 2S at 7 o'clock v. m. after a long illThe 7c turkey man did not call to seeking for resemblance to tho great sume his duties Jan. 1 at which time his ness of consumption, which aho bore get his turkeys he contracted for in this master, will not look in vain. It ia well term as public priuter of Kentucky ex- with patience until tho Master bade her neighborhood and many who sold to that ho should employ hia timo thus; ho come and be at rest. She was a good him were disappointed na no ono else has not tho proper temper to resemble pires. Every editor in tho State will that tho dear old nun will go from and faithful wife, never onco murmuring offering them over six canio to buy. them in anything elso. "our midst," but rejoico in the good for- against tho will of God and her dying Ono mora point: do not bo a player scamp, too low down to livo Some tune, that gives him excellent support words were "Praiso the Lord." This is and too mean to die, threw a stick and nothing elfe. A prominent musiwithout having to labor for it like tho evidence that Bhuhaa passed to that glo- againat the church window last Sunday cian writes ma that "liberal education, Oysters always on hand, cither in bulk or cans, or served to order rest of tho leas fortunate quill drivers. rious kingdom whero all pains ceasa and night. It must have been a liberal to- viz., outside of music proper, ia faRt be- in any style, with celery, etc. happiness reigns supreme. Mra. Smith bacco chower he pitched in a part of coming u sine qua non if one would tako It now turna out (hat Prendergast, waa in nor 2LM year. She wa married his plug at thoasfractured window panea. any high stand in the profession." For the assassin of Mayor Harrison, was con- Sept. 23d, 1891, to Mr. Hamilton Smith, Thomas Smith has moved to tho tho learner, no matter how talented, to fined at Kingsley, Kansas, last winter as who survives her. To this union waa Rush Branch toll gate Blanka has gone achiovo such high poaition, requirps cona dangerous lunatic. This will probably born ono child, littlo Nannia, who also Underwood's nnd Pjrry Hudson stant, untiring effort, but he will reap And all fresh and fine and sold at astonishingly low prices. save his worthless neck, but all the same survivea her. She was a member of the to Col. to Greenberry Bright'a, near Carman's. his srre reward if ho faint not. The it ought to be broken. There waa too Christian church. Tha funeral services Candies, Nuts, &c, in great variety and abundance. Come in and has gono near Highland. "Etude." much method in hia madness and he ia wero conducted by Elder Martin Owens, Charley Carrier have a basket fixed up for ) our wife or girl. Gov. Tillman Bent a message to tho It. L. White's old gray horso oponed of a kind that the sooner he is put out of at Mt. Moriah, Tuesday evening, after the door into the wheat garner, which Sou'h Carolina Legislature Bcoring tho way tho better. the which the remains were interred in tho a few nighta ago, Federal Judiciary for for its action in the is over tho church yarch j, y. y. and after filling up on wheat fell through railroad tax cases. lie Bays, "The unA l'KNBios has been granted to Mrs. Taraunderety Owene, of Somerset, preNatural gas has been struck a little the floor and died at onco. We regret holy marr'age between the 'dignity' of sumably for having carried such a name east of Charleston, W. Va., and will be Mr. White's loss, but Buchought to bo the Federal court nnd these harlot corporations must be annulled." piped to Charleston. through a long and honorable lifo. , the end of all thieves. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal h THE GMT BUT SALE. 6 EVBBT 0ES PAGES. d i Now Is The Chance - WE TAKE THE LEAD IDKY rC0H0ILDS & NOTIONS Jlmmer to-da- y, to-d- ay THE LOUISVILLE STORE. & Pror. one-fourt- Hail-roa- d FALL AND WINTER GOODS. s 11 Great Clearance Sale. inu-Bi- c SAME SWEEPING .a., REDUCTION. r. jpnn-r- . la. 11 Do You Get Good Coffee? ce Cracked Wheat, Oatmeal, Homing, California Canned and Evaporated Fruits, 11 McKINNEY BROS., I aooDs FALL WICWTIEM -- INTZETW s -- well-direct- All In. Come and School-house- H. J. McROBERTS. See. ro-gr- et OYSTERS I Fruits of Every Kind, R. ZIMMER. ice-hou- se, Splendid Dinner for 25c. i ...,,. , ii'toWnftf '' fH,Cfli', "i, -- I n(itm.'umjAiS'irimi!mAt .1, nmiiu - J . .. ... v - u. -- I lr.- - .y h fl K . Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal WORSHIP BY TELEPHONE liO, Stankoud, Kv., November 1893 Will tho Phono Do Put In AmorU can OhurohoB? W. P. WALTON. On Ibis doctoru don't ilinnnree. It may bo regarded ns nn Assured fact tliat the delegates to tlio I'nn American Congress At SVnBhlnKton, who travel over tho Chesnpenko & Ohio Railway will, with ono accord, praise its scenery and train eeryico. There is nothing in the way of lovely mountain viowa and '.picturesque valloysof the Virginias, to compare with that through which tho Ohio Railrood jMtsoes. Thero hi nothing ol historic nature in America as great as a trip through the Virginias and thero is no other railroad in Ameri ca superior to the 0. & 0. in the smooth-nesr- i and stability of its tracks, the F. F. V. Vestibule Limited being ono ot the famous trklna of tho world. The Ohosa-peak& Ohio passes through Hull Run, Manassas and other noted battlo fields and is in all respects tho best route for and SoutJi-Wcthe West, North-Weto the National Capital. For copy of Virginia in black and white, free and full information regarding rates and train Bervice, address C. B. Ryan, Assistant Q. P. A , Cincinnati, Ohio. Clies-peakef- Plymouth rulplt W Once In TcIrpUonlo Connection with tho Homo of i Mcm- - br Most New York Clergymen Optioned to It. icon-mom-- , ibuii IIC introduction of tclcphonos I l yWT and others who cannot attend Bcrvlco fit of tho nick for tho bene- c eiving- serious conslilera 1 o n in New V'orlt city. 1 is rec- duced. has been evolved by which not only tho Bcnnona but tho music con bo reproA Bvstcra o st st HA W Norfolk Western RR -- ScheJult Sept. J, 1(9 mitter. This was successfully used for the 4 so p ra Leave Illuefield 7 00 a m and 9 cop m daily for first time at tho harvest festival comKenova ami Columbus, O., Chlcagoaod all point! memoration. Tho listeners at tho reWett. I'ullmin leeper oa 9 00 p m train lor Chi ceivers hoard not onlj tho sermon and Additional train! for Welch and Intermedial tho service, but n bavo and tenor solo tutioni on El horn leave llluefirld 4 10 p m dil by two of tho vicar's choraL In order to test the feeling in regard Tralni arrive at Norton Irora the Eai t dally at aa to aehrdulei, ralci to tho use of the telephones In our Yit further Information Ac. PPl to agsots of Norfolk A Western Kail? churches, tho writer interviewed Rev. W.II.HKVILL. oedor Father Arthur Ritchie, the leader of Cen. Tan. Agt Roanoke, Va, the High Church Episcopalians In the " M F. BRAGG. diocese of New York, or, as they call Trav. Tata. Agent. themselves, the Anglicans; Hcv. Father V LKAVK NORTON DAILY 10:16 a. EQ. lor Graham, Illueficld, Pocahontas Lynchburg; Richmond and Notlolk. Sleeping Cart from Ulusfield to Norlatk and Radford; alto from Lynchburg o Kichnood. Trains lor Pocahontas, Towhaunand Good a will leave UlueGetd daily it 7 oo a m, I oj p in and Uy this means ono can sit In his bedroom or parlor nnd hear the whole service, as well, nhnoit, as If In his family pew. This hystem has already been Introduced in England. In llradford thero ore three houses of worship fitted up with these Instrument, nn Established, a Wcsleyan and a Unitarian church. Tho parish church at Chesterfield luvs a telephonic communication with somo fifty RubscrilHjrs, but tho most elaborate of oil Is a set Just finished for the Litchfield cathedral with tho full Indorsement of Canon Wilcox. At tho end of tho choir stalls, on tho top of tho lictcru and the reading deslc of tho pulpit aro placed small metallic cased transmitters so arranged aa to bo invisible to members of tho congregation. Tho sound is gathered In by tho transmitters without requiring tho voice to be directed in close contiguity upon tho pluta of tho trans- stood on tho steps and in tho street it haa been held that they secured tho Sho Whi Umlitcrlird. full benefit, for they vcro physically "I was coming over from Cleveland unablo to sco and hear, but did their ono night by boat." casually remarked best keeping thoir eyes upon tho tho drummer to tho hotel clerk, "and nearest tho officiating priest." during the nftcrnoon I went down to see Hcv. Father Arthur Ritchie, rector nbout somo baggage cbpckn I had. Up of tho Protestant Episcopal church of on deck I saw a youir fellow nnd a girl, St. Ignatius, said: "Uy all means I very plainly a newly married couple should recommend tho use of tele- from somo of tho inland districts. They phones In ourchurches to bo connected had only been there a short time, and ns with tho houses of parishioners who I passed them the groom stopped me nnd were sick or otherwise absolutely called mo to ono side, leaving tho bride from attending tho services gazing out over tho lake. of tho church, Just as I believe in tho " 'Is that a river;' ho asked me hi a church taking ndvantngo of all the ad- whisper, nodding toward the bounding vances of sclcnco in preaching tho blue. OospcL Of course under no clrcum-Ktnnc- cs " 'Yes,' I paid at a venture. do I think tho possession of a " 'What river? telephone connected with a church " 'Tho river that puts in hero atClovo- nnd Its use, would rellovo any- Uand.1 one of tho obligation to at" 'I'm much obliged,' ho said. "Salllo I Divlno tend worship. too, that tho full benefit of tho wanted to know und I wasn't sure, so I Divlno prcsenco at mass could bo re- thought I'd ask. I told tier it was a ceived by telephone, of course where a river, but women 6ccm to have doubts personal attendance, which Is required, sometimes.' "Then ho went back to her and I got a was nbsolutely imnossiblo. Others will probably hold n different vlow placo whoro I could hear without being upon this point, for you know oven In Been. " 'I told you it was a river,' ho said to tho church wo do not always agree, although somo day I hope und boliovo her triumphantly. 'Now what havo you wo will all dwell in unity; but upon got to say?' " 'Well,' alio. responded, looking away tho point that a person unablo to attend tho public worship of God con ob- off as if to seo tho other ehoro, 'it's a tretain benefit from hearing tho beautiful mendous big river or that man is a big liar, I ain't certain which.' ritual of our mosses nnd tho word of God aa expounded by tho officiating "That was enough for me," concluded priest. It seems to me there con bo but tho drummer, "and I staid out of sight" ono opinion." Detroit Freo Press.Rov. Charles II. Pnrkhurst, of tho "Keeping Up With the llnnd." Madison Square Presbyterian church "Impohslblel The most important elesv r'M SSS ment in the service of the church Is that of twrsonal service. Then tho In- pcr-Bo- ns I pro-vent- 2 I Twice-a-We-ek I 1 W M ed m f XINCINNATIV "WEEKLY' --QAZETTE now ruiiLisiiKi). fl FOR bo-llcv- o, PXB HUNDRED l! I I If lA LGAZETTE CO. YEAR. M 1ER COPV. Tho popularity of the Gazette extendi) from Ocean to Occnn. L From every part of tho Glohc the now la given In re- - M liable ahape. Twelve to Sixteen Vukvh a week will L Jbo printed for f 1.00 a Year. Addrca W AND FOUU PArCHS A VEAIl, Oil LESS TIL1X ONE CENT M I I i V THE COMMERCIA-- - S J a, j K ' CINCINNATI. !' iri ,s - fP vwr - f li j I I- " 109 WHAT DOES IT IAEAX?. -. s 1 1 ! & WOT gQg raa ' SSgPJ I. ct-s- ti tint thi 1 ! VII II '. It'.. J.. ill 8..l Q ! .ir tal Crvfut aj :r..i-.Jt'l l : i II. C- -- 1J0 , r:li (. i: n''n n : .'.! w iV-te- I 1.. L!lll.Ti I I kj Touiani ;.. . vU Vt IMnai ir Corn!. I'rvrt lm'rrllli, Ak arcnu nlattourl Sitl!TTim nnl Lawrrncl)ur, i:!r""t coiuin.lk.u ll taint kt irfilsgtea niLh aitUiuloi trilti t j til uisti South. D'.ioirt 1 1 Ai!mlll. ;;. C. Tit ShnTejuirt. COLID VCS7IE3ULCD TP.AIHO Thronrh '! tj VlcisVcrrtr lFvrcT-- 1 i'"snCn,ref 'lea'x'Teairplnt.tin" x:. j pi ickU . Lixxi.. cul I -. . tJ W. .11 1 II - v ik. Cv u rr . Gea'l rui'r Agent, n C RISnARSON. ClaclanaU. O. Puck. A RAINY SUNDAY. iy QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. v jr NORTH or WEST, .THK YOU ARK GOING f distinguished divines. From these interviews It Is clear thnt thero is a wide difference of opinion among tho leaders of the various religious beliefs In relntion to the matter under discussion. Louisville a NatHVillc R. R. Naturally many people will object to tho application of the creation of the la the tine for you, at in human mind nnd genius to things spiritual, nn In tho use of the telephone; Double Daily but may not tho Mine objection bo Mike dote connection! at urged In regard to tho use of the multiof religious LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI plication means of tho works and sermons by printing prcw.V Tho pope's blessing has been sent by For all pointt. telegraph through:tickkts sold. through sermon bynnd cable, then why not a haggagk checked a l'ottor, a Corrlgan, n For any Information (.uiulre of Illtchto or a Hobart, or 0 Col Iyer, bo JOES KICK. Asent, heard with benefit through the phone? Stanford, Ky Or W. W. PENN. Trav. Pan Agent, Of course no ono will contend that o Junction City, Ky sermon could be heard so satisfactorily in this milliner, as of course tho glance of tho eye, the gesture of the speaker and tho tone of tho voice would bo yet by a llttlo stretch of tho ImCHESAPEAKE & OHIO agination tho listener will see tho swaying of tho congregation by tho RAILWAY. words of tho preacher whom they aro meeting face to may Washington, Philadelphia arj'ued that tho face. Again Ittho bo listener over wire Now York, Baltimore, will hear every word of tho sermon, And all other Kaitcru Cities. for his attention will not bo attracted by outside influences, such as the comShortest Line between Loultvllle, Lexington'and Kattcrn l'ointt. ing and going of people, tho latest new bonnet, and tho many noLscs that IN EFFECT NOV. 1, S distract from tlmo to time tho attenEAHf" HOUND. Lvo. Lexington tion of worshipers In public. Atlantic Kxprets No si, daily 7.15am That there will bo many clergymen Midland Accommodation, No. 16. ex Sun.11.40an 6.15pm Vettibuled Eiprett, No 14 daily who at first will refuse to preach or Mt. Sterling Accom , No. it, ex, Suu. ....... 5.30pm pray over tho who is quite certain. A Colton, tho successor of tho once deposed and now vindicated priest, Father McGlynn; Kov. Dr. I'arU hurst, tho celebrated Presbyterian who Is trying to suppress vice 1)3' visiting tho dives and Malson do jole, as well as other Trains nb-se- nt, WEST HOUND. Arr. Lexington: Lextngton Accom No. 17, ex Sun ,. 8 ooiiri . Loultvllle hxprc ti No, 11, dally ,u.4opm Lexmeton Accom, No. 15, ex Sun . 4 IJPm , 6. op re Vettibuled Kiprcss No: aj, daily 1 but tranfers. ehaure. II . Solid Vretlbulcd Tralni with Dining Cart. from Lealngtsn U.II. RYAN, Gen. Paaa.Agt.. N Through V, Sloepera without Gen. Pan. A(jt, Wathington, D. C. FULLFR, Att't Cincinnati. POSTED. t ThU netlce forewarn! huntert, (iihcnntc and othcrt not totreipatt on our landt without per million, at all tiKh will be proieculed to the lull eit extentof the law. Signed: T. D. NEWLAND. W. H. HAYS. C. C LYON. i M. LACKOWITZ. am A nLESSINO TO THE IXVAI.ID. g' dlviduality of tho preacher forms a very Important part of the servico and that could not be transferred over a wire, nt least not a telephone can you Imagine Christ's sermon on tho Mount of Olives being transmitted over tho telephone? "There is no doubt," continued Dr. Parkhurst, "that our church services could practically bo transferred by telephone, for I remember there was a lawyer named Itcaeh who resided on Fourth avenue that used to havo the lato Henry Ward Ilceehcr's sermons transmitted by telephone or somo other manner to his house every Sun-dHcv. Dr. John Ilnll ha or had a system of tubes in his church on Fifth avenue by which his sermons were transmitted to pews owned by deaf parishioners. In that case, however, tho worshipers both heard and saw tho preacher, and therefore received the full benefit therefrom, but tho case is very different." Nov. Palmer S. Hulbert.of thcMnrblo Collegiate church, Fifth avenue and Twenty-nintstreet: "No, sirl I do not believe in tho worship of tlod by telephone, nor do I IkjIIovo it will ever come into general practice. You cannot transmit tho cmnhoais of tho preacher, his gestures nor tho look in his eye during tho deliver of his sermon. Not even tho full benefit of a service can be had, as tho magic of tho human voice does not goover the wire." Hcv. Fatlier Ducey "I do not enro to express my personal opinion as to whether tho full benefit of a mass could bo transmitted to nn invalid or anyone else nbsolutoly prevented from nttendlng church; I nm hero to preach tho word of God nnd administer tho rites of the ltoinnn Catholic church according to its regulations. It holds distinctly that in order to receive mass tho attendant must bo in sight of tho church or within sound of Ito bell. That is all I wish to say." At tho office of tho Metropolitan Telephone and Telegraph companj. In New York, it was said that tho telephone had never been Introduced into any churches in this country for tho purpose of transmitting sermons or church music That It could bo utilized for that purposo thero was llttlo or no doubt. Just how many parishioners could lo connected with their favorito house of worship could not bo told, as no experiments in tho matter had ever wire-Wh- y, aj A Hnnl Nnnie. A good story Is told on a Washington woman who now makes her home in Colorado. With evidently no thought as to tho curious sound of tho combination if spoken quickly, sho called her oldest child Helen Virginia. Not long ago upon a visit to this city sho proudly brought her young daughter in to seo nn old friond. "What havo you called your daughter?" queried tho visitor. "Ilelen Virginia." was tho complacent reply. "Ah, ami what do you call her in Colorado?" was tho unexpected but very natural response. Kato Field's Washington. U W II Not Knougli. tele-pho- no h In a email village in tho 6onth of Scotland, an elder in tho parish church was ono day reproving nn old woman, who was rather tho worso for liquor, by saying: "Sarah, don't you know that you should fly from tho tempter?" Sarah (not very well pleased) Flee yoursel'. Elder Oh, Sarah, I havo flown. Sarah Awecl, I think yo'll bo nana tho waur o' anither flutter. Argonaut. Ho Waan't In It. Raro humor is at times made manifest in tho polico courts of tho city and coun- Corresponclonco WitJi Good Attractions Solicited. WALTON BEOS.. Manners. CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY! is a scientifically prepared Liniment, every ingredient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical profession. These ingredients are combined in a manner hitherto unknown try. Quite recently nn Irishman in Jer-Bo- y lH. .C.ile" bj Office P01 W. H. t I'nc-zitis-. ' PENNY City was under examination upon a chargo of assault and bnttery. When asked if ho had nuything to say in his defense, Patrick, with all tho seri ousness in tho world, said, "Well, your honor, I saw but littlo of tho fight, as 1 was underneath most of tho timo." Now York Herald. Latter Day Children. Domestic It's getting very late, " Mothers' Friend hi ti ill Lirl' M:iiii Ft , In office lecently Hi If mm , -- Uiifnrd, Ky. TOUR FUTURE Goin to bed? "Yes." "Is papa and mamma in bed?" "Yes." "Then I guess it's nios' timo for me to go too." Good Nows. Which la Different. "Did you ask Miss Do Stylo if she would bo yours, Horace?" "I should say not, Gideon." "But I thought you intended to do so." "Hardly. What I did ask her was if I might bo hers." Detroit Freo Press. Had Stood tho Test of Tears. "There's a good Joke," said tho contributor as ho put a picco of manuscript on tho desk. Johnny. 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Manr prwulueut jihyalulans attended. 1110 ami all failed, but S. S. S. did the work. IUul W. KiBKrATRica, Johnsoa City, Term. t nranB Jjjjjm ', Treatise on Blood aad Skio Diseases mailed free. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. storj' Is told of Queen Anno of England, who was accustomed to hearing tho service read to her from nn adjoining apartment whilo her maid was attend-lnn- ; to tho mysteries of her toilet. Dur ing a portion of tho service sho was In tho habit of having tho door connecting tho rooms closed. Finally tho serv-ic- o was brought to an abrupt close by an old churchman, who declared "ho would not whlstlo tho Word of God through n keyhole." Tho following aro tho opinions of somo of tho leading clergymen of tho metropolis upon this question: Kov. Father Charles II. Colton, pastor of St Stephen's Roman Catholic church: "Can a person receive tho full benefit of the prcsenco in tho body of the Divine prcsenco at a mass through a telephone? Oh, no, it is necessary for a pergonal nttendancont church and for tho eye to sco as well ns tho ear to In Hard Luck. hear tho priest when ho celebrates mass, if a person is to receive the full Popular Ilcllo I havo been engaged benefit. In cases where tho church six times. e as too crowded to admit persons Miss Plainfaco Rcallyl Why, yyu to attend mass and when they have had bad lnck, haven't you? Life. been made. It would bo necessary, tho officers said, to connect tho pulpit with a main wiro to a point some dlstanco off, where tho volumo of sound would bo distributed on diverging wires to tho various subscribers. Conditions would vary tho number of subscribers that could be supplied from this wire, but tho maximum would hardly, so far as now known, bo over twenty. It would bo feasible, however, to connect tho receiver with more than ono main line. Each would receive nearly tho full volumo of sound nnd transmit it to the point of distribution, where- again tho sound in nearh equal force would go to tho worshipers. Music had often been transmitted by telephone, it is said, to distant points, as tho publlo wcro awaro, but tho transmitting of sound through tho telephone from ono speaker to a number of different hearers had not been fully developed. So far as tho company was concerned, they could sco no objection to tho introduction of tho telcphono in transmitting religious services. James Reginald Siuulev. "H'm'm. But it's a chestnut." "Yes. That's how I know it's good." Washington Star. Houiekeeplng Dilemma. "I don't think this ham is perfectly cured, my dear," said Mr. Newlywed. "Well, what shall I do, Tom?" asked tho sweet young wifo anxiously. "Send it back to tho shop or telephone for the doctor?" Truth. A Victory. Harper's Magailne gained grouud?" Harper's Weekly "Yes that is, ho has just persuaded Harper's Uarar... tho girl to marry Hull." Retailer and Harpei's Young People "Fuller, Hall and Clark aro all rivals." "Clark is looking happy. Has ho HARPER'S PERIODICALS. Per Year, ..,.. $4 4 4 oo 00 Jobber. Pcctaea Free to all subscribers States, Canada, and Mexico. in the United 4fo Cruel. "Is your daughter fond of tho piano, Hicks?" "No; she's very unkind to our piano. Blio beats it two hours a day nt least." Harper's Bazar. Contrary to Directions. The Volumes of the Weekly begin with the first Number for January of each jear Whtu to tire is mentonea, sunscripiious uih iiegin with the, Number current at the time of receipt of order r .u . I nf n..n..'. t. Swelker me? Havo a glass of elder with PriMhCaUToVM ntZJ.'t w.n.. vvi.,. teio7hnindinWJ.iiiJ..-- . i of 'eVptn.e ffHffiInS"V'!S0R1!!Si n.Ml, po. age naid.or by express' fr rot 'nr.v.dul tbe freichl . does ...1 exceed one dullir ' Kcuenwiiy:.rV"r.,2"M.t.?. iH" OF 17"'." lone riitar U1V1MUN ""V.Y.VE r :. T..: ..-.Til 111. LONQ SECOND DIVISION. reason: '" 1 ai.. -- i.-- VT! U for l!t , fWoffwlll; ilibbs I can't. My physician confines uie to n vegetarian diet. Chicago Tribune. 'Sdieisr y'iwsrYork. - cxviiE, . I ftsw--s anaJitv. w 3 aU-l- jl& hslj iip. yi . x i uln riiaf ftttiSii n i ti VV. '. , rji.i Jxj ffi , ... 'i Li. S ' ' ' -- - V VJ, S223H IN DIXIE'S LAND BEFORE THE WAR. j 33-- y j.ajs. miA.ivnrT..rT TO BE COSTJXCED. fitts. tho world this way?" tho ono who was threatened by tho pistol said. "I ought to, you cheating scoundrcll Sir," to n bystander, "just look nt this nco of diamonds thnt ho played last. Now look at tho trumps ho's played there, and seo if thoro ain't another of em." Tho man addressed ran over tho cards, and qnictly threw out another. I highly dramatic story, showing the lights and shadows of an era now fast passing into the dim distant past. A Be Sure and "Read It I xwo mcu'sat at the tnblo playliif cards. The one facing mo I recognized at once as he who had been pointed out to mo by Mr. Dorion as Conrad Bostock. The crowd overtopped them, hung over them, but they paid no attention to anything1 but their game. Piles of gold and notes wero upon the table. I could not see what the game was or how it was being played; but it was apparent that llostock was largely the winner. The pile of money in front of him steadily increased, and the light sound of cards striking the tablo was now and then punctxiated by 6omething liko an oath from tho other player. Suddenly drawing a knife from his 6leevo pinned to the tablo the card that his opponent had just played. And so quickly that sounded liko a deep growl, and that tho whole seemed to be re- this man mado a noiso but a single motion, he drew a volver, cocked Tho crowd fell back in fright; somo were thrown down and trampled under foot, borne were carried back against tho wall, and many who could fled from the room. Tho two gamblers sat motionless. "You wouldn't send a man out of Saxijy'b Qokbky to Ingkrsoll This beautiful song (words and music regular sheet music size) will be mailed to anyone enclosing 5- in stamps to D. G. Edwards, General Pawner Agent, 0. II. & D. It. It., Cincinnati, Ohio. - other's head. it and pointed it at tho fer. The Queen and Creecent Route is preparing to issue an elaborate publication in magazino form, descriptive of the different sections of the South tributary to its lines. Capitalists, tourists and buei ness men are not likely to farget the southern cities so long as the Queen and Crescent Route can reach them with this artistic publication Copy of this magazine will be mailed to any addrers on receipt of .ten centH in postage stamps. Address, W. C. Rinearson, General Passenger Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio. 1SO-1- pockets with great handfuls of tho gold and notes on tho tnblo until not a dollar remained. "Now, I'vo done with you, you miserable, clumsy cheatl" tho man with the pistol said. "You ought to be lynched. You're a disgrace to the company of all gentlemen; but " "Lynch him! Throw him Into tho river! Drown him! Tie him fast to a nigger!" came a shower of suggestions from the crowd. Tho object of their attentions turned pale. I had marveled to see his composure when tho mnzzlo of tho revolver was at his forehead; but ho doubtless was thoroughly acquainted with his own class, and knew that there was no danger of moro than a menace from that quarter, provided ho sat still and mado no resistance. But when those hostile cries were heard, ho realized his danger at once. Ho was nmong gamblers', sporting men, speculators and adventurers; many of them had been drinking freely; his offense was something each man, by reason of his own mode of life, was prepared to regard as a personal insult and injury. And ho probably knew, too, that no wild beast of tho forest or tho wild Is bo cruel in its rage as a crowd of men. No time was allowed him to think about It. A rush was made for him; a doen hands seized him; spite of his struggles, cries nnd curses, ho was dragged along toward tho gangway. The captain came running down, hearing the commotion; and, seeing the situation of affairs, began to intercede for tho endangered man. "For God's sake, gentlemen, what's the matter? Don't have any violenco here." we're go"It's only a ing to give a ducking." "It's about time wo mado an example of somo of theso blacklegs who travel along the river, fleecing honest gentlemen." "I'd like to have him put down in till tho boat gets to tho furnace-room- , card-shar- p cheated, an hour back, but I couldn't lay my linger on the spot till this minute. I'm going to tnko every dollar of that money. Dan Turner, rako it In." The revolver still covered Conrad Rostock's head. Tho companion of tho man who held it proceeded to stuff his thought so; I thought I was and I was asking many questions about these strango features of tho land when tho boat Btoppcd and tho I captain announced "Rostock's." was tho solo passenger landed here Engaging a lusty and lazy negro to carry my trunk and show mo tho way, I took tho last steps of my journey with throbbing heart All that Mr. Dorion had related,' all that ho had put into his warnings, recurred to mo. I Btoppcd. I shrank from tho test that I had como two thousand miles to make. "Dar nm do house, mausso," Bald my guide. It was a largo fraino houso with verandas abovo nnd below. It stood not two hundred yards back from tho bayou. Stately oaks, beautiful magnolias were before and around it through which wero seen glimpses of wide plantation lands. The day was hot the sun oppressive. As I ndvanced toward tho houso I saw a man seated in the shade, while another was speaking earnestly nnd with much gesticulation to him. I stopped, fearful of intruding, but I was already within enrshot "A lazy, idle, sulky nigger, blr, I tell you! Ho don't earn his salt I'd havo whaled him long ago If you hadn't forbidden mo; and I must tell you, blr, if he ain't to bo whipped, he'd better be sold. Mayn't I send him over to Nuw The answer was Inaudible. "Yes, sir, X know yon don't liko it; but I'm convinced It's tho only way to manage Well, then If hero ain't tho lazy devil right hero now! The sassy dog! Look here, you Jeremiah! Didn't g I tell you to keep to tho all day? Where you been?" My attendant, balnnclng my trunk xtpon his head, nnd spreading out his hands in a deprecatiug way, replied: "01 so yo' did, Maussa Le Feero, an' I meant to btay Meed I did! but I down do bayou, hear do boat cane-hoein- ( "You Dorr Jewett? little Dorr? Rlcss mo, how you have grownl I'm not often glad to seo anyono but my child, in theso days; but I am glad to seo Is your father well?" "Why, he died, sir, moro than a year ogo. I wrote to you about It" "I never read letters now nor pa pers nor books. Not now. Yet I do remember a nleo letter you wrote mo once, years ago, before " The chnngo that camo over that woeful face terrified mo. It was literally black with rage, with .fury, called up by his own speech. "Yes, sir," I hastened to say, "and you answered It so kindly." "Did I? That Is well; I am glad to hear It So you've como to look up a wretched nnd lonely old man like me, havo you, because I was kind to you? Do yon know, my boy, I don't think therw'a another man In Louisiana, or out of It, could soften me tho way you have. I'm going to havo you stay here, now you'vo come. Oh, yes, I do remember now nil about the tlmo I went to Roston, nnd back among tho hills where I was born, and how I found jou and poor Amos out In tho fields, and ate your good mother's mush anil He hcnrtl mc, and tho mists seemed dispelled from his brain as bj magic A look of surprised intelligence enmo to his face. Mr. Rostock. "No, sir, blnco yon desired mc not to. A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, Rut a thrashing would do tho boy lots Buggies, Wagcmi , of good." Is better than ever "Yon are such a cruel man," tho lady nil wuitner's Suppln--1 and with tsupply the public prepaid remnrlied. S RIQ8 OFIALL. KINDS. "Ah, Miss Coral, you'll never understand how lazy those niggers are, Personal and piomptaltentlou given to Weddings when they're not followed close. If it Parties and llurials. V. W. OREKN, wasn't for me, yorr father wouldn't AL. HUKNS, Manager I'ropn.iur, , hnvc half a crop, nnj' year. That Jeremiah, for instauce: he'd fish in tho 4 Sdentlflo AmwIcM bayou and play tho banjo all day, if I didn't look after him." "Wo do have better crops under Mr. Lo Fevre's management" wld "Still, I don't see why ho has to drivo up the field hands so. They get along lotter on other plantaPIRST-OIaAB- He seemed n blunt man, but not rudo, and his reserve soon gnvo way to con Cnmes to you every other day In the year for on versation. I saw from tho looits 01 ly la. 1 he cheapest and best paper in Kintucky. that ho was no ,0 n g... I. for three ?HD'CTK, tho moro a favorito indoors than out Daayllle, Ky. Tho quadroon girl who stood behind Mr. Rostock's chair and pulled tho MYERS HOUSE cord that moved abovo tho tablo a fan, keeping a current of air circulating in tho room this girl I onco observed "making a face" at tho overseer, when P. W. CWEEN, Prop. ho was looking elsewhere. the run which "I hope you did not whip Jerry," said This stable, Myers lHouse, n connection withwith habeen supplied house-servants TSX ADVCCATI LIYIRY STABLE well-know- n tions." Orleans?" gsmm ji---jjufti: K$2aJ2 feK pap IM3 m'Wii ttv Vf7. 7t. GrV iT . Ffi&?Awni laf - A2' 1 1 lit A..t 1 . HfflFER'S MGSZIEE. lllustrntotl. Harper's Magazine for t84 will maintain t e character that has made It the favorite illustrated periodical for the home Among the resnlts of enterpriics undertaken by toe publishers, there will appear during the year superbly Illustrated papers on India by Edwin Lord Weeks, on the Japanese Seasona by Alfred Parson, on Germany by Poultney Illgelow, on Paris hy Hlchard Harding Davis and on Mexico by Frederic Remington. Among the other notable features of the yeer will be novels by George du Maurler and Charles Dudley Warner, the personal reminiscences of W. D. Howells. and eight short stories of Western Iron tier life by Owen Winer. Short atones will also be contributed by llrander Matthews, IMchard Harding liavis, Mary K. Wilklns. Kuth McKnery Stuart. Miss Laurence Alma Tadtraa, George A. Hibbard, Quesday de Ueaurepaire, Thomas Nelscn Pae, and othars. Articles on tomcsol current interest will be contributed bv distinguished specialists. New Orleans." "Save me, Capt. Norris!" tho wretched man exclaimed. "Ahl is it you, Con lkstock?" tho captain cried. "I know you of old. Gentlemen, just spare him this time, and if ho ever dares to como aboard the Queen again, yoti can drown him or hang him, for all I care. Hut It please let's have no violence. might hurt the good name of my boat." Tho The appeal was successful. captain's Interference had given two minutes for reflection; and when a mob can be got to think, there- is hope of It. With somo dissent, the merciful counsel was approved. "Hut you'll set him ashore?" somo one suggested. "With great pleasure. There's a landing two miles below; he'll have to walk two miles to find a house." Tho crowd became good humored nt the idea, and sundry coarse jokes wero cut at tho expense of the gambler's plight. The boat was soon brought to tho shore, and he was unceremoniously landed. I did not expect ever to seo his coano, depraved face again; but It was with mo as it ever is "man proposes, God disposes." t, - MT ATTENDANT HALANCKD TUK TRCNK OX HIS HEAD. an I went down to see urn, an' I'm totin'updis ycr young mnussa's trunk." Ho put down the burden, nnd not waiting for tho silver piece that I wished to give him he made a quick movement in the direction of the Holds. Tho overseer abruptly withdrew. The man who was seated had his back to me, but by the looks of the overseer he must havo known that there was somebody Iwside the truant negro behind him. lie rose and turned round. It was a thin, bent figure, in a and slippers. flowered dressing-gowHis hair presented that singular appearance caused by turning white in patches nnd streaks. His face was hollow and wrinkled; his eyes were n lusterless. With the most apathetic expression he looked nt me, nnd seemed to think that my appearance did not rail for question or remark. At least ho made none. "I beg your pardon, sir," I said. "Is Mr. l'iercc Rostock at home? Can I see him?" "Tho overseer attends to all business," he siid, peevishl. "Go to him; there he goes." "I have no business that ho can attend to. I must see Mr. Rostock per- I remember, now, I nsked you long .. M.NETO ago to come. I am rtoh, my loy; I've pot money, and plantations ami slaves; but I haven't any friends. Well, who tnDllHSSItiM 4I 4th K Jttr. Sra. would I be kind to, if it wasn't to LOUISVILLE, KY. pcV&s Amos Jewett nnd his boy? 0! Amos was my chum; he'd wrestlo with mo DuBoIs & WoM A Dli .01 DlRMIhOMHW, AlA. and throw me; but he'd fight any boy SO psgt Urok free. that tried to put upon mo I want HgrSesd lur somebody to talk to; my girl can't Testimonial be with me. Le Fcvro Is a good The ElectrorxHto wilt cure many eases et nlieate wheie nothmc rise will. It has vorked like a Visitors, remember th Monon is fellow, but he's never happy unless the line, with Kev Cm II. Meant, Vcsllbuled Trains, he's driving the niggers round. He charm In my fatally CsvlnsUn, Ky Cars, Pullman lluflet Dining Cars, Palate Chair Meepers, at lowest rates. shall show you the plantation when It Is certainly a wonderful instrument inJ It Is more For Information address yes, that dors wenderlul as to how it i Its wuik, yet It you'vo rested T V.. l llrmley, IAS. IIAKKKK, O P.A.Chicago. will Ihj time enough. When you want Ih it veteran plow manufacturer 01 the Sou'h V O CRUSH. I) P A . Lmiisvill Louisttlle, Ky, to go to New Orleans he shall go with I have cured dyspepsia, With the Klrctrepo-syou; I never stir oil the place. You'll and treulli Isgrippe, hcatache see how tho cane grows the old cane conitlpation bad cotdt, rheumatism, Mruta'cia. tnrthachr, Co collr snd piles. The results are wonderful, and the new cane. Iaj Fevre says he's In Co minutes, got more than a hundred acres now chills and fcrrr I hae K.en cured Churchill, Ky II. Lyle, STANTORD. KY., planted. He'll show you tho sugar Is now fully crganitcd and ready for business wit figure up what mill, and maybe he can the crop will be this year. Good black - $200,000. Paid up Oapitalof soil this, Dorr. This is letter than . Surplus, 'i. 000. planting corn in tho cracks of the rocks up north, eh? No, you won't SUCCESSOR toTIIK LIN'COLN NATIONAL. talk about going away, Dorr Jewett" HANK OK STANFORD, The Famous Specialist, So he rambled on, a wreck of mind Now closing up) with the same assets and uodst as well as luxry, contlnunlly striving To Visit Our City Professionally. lly provisionsthe same management of Its chailer, depositors are as to struggle out of the gloom iu which fully protected as aie depositors in National ho was Involved, and to reach backBanks, its shareholders being held Individual!, An Excellent Chance for the Sick Iisolc to the estent of the amount of their stock ward to familiar faces and scenes. therein at the par value thereof, to addition lo the and Suffering. A burst of melody shook the air; a amount invested in such shares, It may act as clear, pure voice, singing n merry executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as individual. French song. Mr. Rostock raised his FREE CONSULTATION, anTo those who entrusted their bulsincss 10 us head, antl a new intelligence gave mowhile mnaging the Lincoln National Hank of And examination at his Private I'arlors at the Stanford, we w here tender our many thanks and mentary luster to his eyes. trust they will ccntlnue to transact their businae "Ah, that's Coralle!" he said. "You with us, offering as a guarantee tut prompt situaMyers Houso, Stanford, Tuesday, tion 10 same, our twenty vcais' experience It shall see Coralle. Here she comes." banking and as liberal accommodations as art cos- Dec. 5, till Wednesday Ills faco seemed recreated. It actually wore a gentle smile. "Rut it was long ago, nnd life litis been hard and cruel with me since, nnd I had forgotten all these pleasant things. Why, boy, it seems to me ns If you'd como to mo from another world," He took my hand In his own thin hand. "You'll stay with me, Dorr Jowett, won't you?" I believe tho tears enmo to my eyes at tho question. It was asked in n voice which was tho ghost of that hearty, resonant tone thnt had long sounded In my dreams. I told him that I would stay awhile. "Always, Dorr; I want you with me. milk" the cane cut" said tho overseer, with his mouth full. "I think Mr. Le Fevre would get cm easier with our people If he had .always been ut the south," Mild the lndy. "May be m, Miss Coral. I'm a came down here fresh, to learn itlwnit tho niggers. I know 'em! They want boshing, antl a good deal of it" is nil "I'll show you the difference when UliW MARKS',' UjjLSfTRADe PATKNTa, DESIGN COPYRIGHTS. For Information anil freo Handbook wrtj to CO, k4 UlloiutUT, MEUT YOUSC. MUNN Otdeot bureau for securtnir patrnta In AmertcsV Krert ffttrml taken out by us la brought before tho publio by n botico siren f rco o: chars 0 tn tho eteJ 1 Larrat circulation of any artentlflo paper In lh world, fpleodldlr Il1utrtel. No intrtllcent nan should bo without IU Weekly. 9U.01I jcarj IU)lx months. Addrv. MfN.i A CO.. 1'LiLUiicu4,UU1 Urosdway, New lorkutr. .TAKK Atmospheric Dij.t, jjqyi vutt MfcAiimtCMiucorJb- - cures disease Without Medicine "& nr Ansonmo.Y. THE POPULAR AND DIRECT H . MM THK...M. OMITOAG, MM WJISST ITOBTJGC WJEST. nl-wa- WORLD'S FAIR dr-- lir c is, Farmers Bank&Trnst V OR. J. S. ftPPLEMAN 1 CHAITKR NIL UfillTS AM) SHADOWS. at noon. sislcnt with sound banking CHAPTER XL I.f LOUISIANA. Down tho walk sho camo from tlvo house, light of stop and graceful as a fawn, clothed in pure white, with roses in her raven hair. Sho was coming directly to her father, when she saw me. She looked from mo to him; his smile at onco seemed to arrest her at- From I ueftlay morninc till WtInvday noon. Returning every four wicks duilnj the year. M t ;, M, J ffl I A f IT r u AM CTA who had crossed our stony New Hampshire fields ten years before, nnd "THIS IB JiOIUt JEWETT," HE SAID. pushed out my horizon everywhere ter, Coralle. Ho will bo with us some this feeble, testy, drooping.iuvalid? My hopes were all turned to ashes on time, child. Everything must be mado tho spot; yet I resolved to speak out, agreeable to him." "Indeed, since ho has made you and end tho farce. Ho would not recogest to The Serials lor 1894 will be writ- "Seises the hills in his hands and drags them nize me, or would bid mo begone If he smile, papa, I hope he will stay long. ten by William Illack and Walter Ilesint, Short down to tho ocean." should. No matter I would see which You are very welcome, Mr. Jewett." stories will ba written by Mary E Wilklns, Maria With bewitching grace she extended I was in that region which is actu- lie would do, and then tear this cruel Louise Pool. Ruth McHnery btuart, Marlon Sports and and others. ally at most seasons below tho level of leaf out of tho book of my life, and her hand. I took It, and new hopes Games, Social Entertainment, Embroidery, and came to me. The world seemed brightother interesting topics will receive constant at- tho streams, where great levees or turn to other bcenes. tention. A new series is promised of "Coffee and banks aro bxiilt upon each sldo to conyou dumb? What do you ening. "Well are Repartee-- '' Wo walked up to tho houso together. fine tho water to its own bed. Upon say for j'ourself ?" above the summit of these levees, high HARPER'S PERIODIDALS. "Mr. Rostock, I am Dorr Jowett Do We sat In tho cool rooms with their antique furniture. Mr. Rostock had our heads as we steamed along, wo saw you not know me?" Ter Year. Harper's Magazine , . .?4 co negro men nnd women walking, carryA very faint appearance of interest become passlvo and silent, from tho Harper's Weekly. 4 00 fatigue, I thought, of unusual emoing immense bundles and even jars camo to his face. Harper's Ilazar --. 4 00 Harper's Young People a 00 full of water upon tho bare crown, with"Jewett?" he repeated. "I believe I tions. Rut I was rejoiced to seo that ho looked often at me, and that my Postage Free to all subscribers In the United out a touch of the hand. At times tho used to hear that name. Why, yes; States, Canada, and Mexico, bends of tho bayou enabled us to look Amos Jewett was my schoolfe'low presenco becraed to havo a good elTect beyond the levees over a section of tho when I was a boy. Dorr Dorr? That on him. I found Coralio charming, frank, unThe volumes of the Ilazar begin with the first country and seo vast plantations green 'was my father's name." Number for January of each year. When no time with tho miniature forests of tho I saw that his mind was groping lor affected. Sho wished to bo told about is mentioned, subscripticn will begin with the sugar-cantho far northern states, their people It is here, in this rich, memory, and I waited. Number current at the time 61 receipt of order. Hound Volumes of Harper's liazar for thrco black soil, that tho most prolific sugar Ho motioned me to sit down with and their ways. All that I had to tell years back, in neat tlo'h bindlug, will bo sent by country in North America is found. Tho him. Ho looked at me, but was 6llent interested her. Then sho sang and mail, post are paid, or by express, free of expense (provides the freight does not (acted one dollar population was almost evenly divided "Amos Jewett was my father," I played for mo exquisitely. It was tho per volume), for $7 00 pel volume. between white and black; tho larger ventured. "Don't you remember com- music of nature. Tho mocking bird's Cloth Cases for each volume, suitable for bindde00 receipt of part of tho former was of French ing to our poor New Hampthiro home song that I heard that night in the ing, will bo sent by mail, $1 00 each. scent; the French language was much ten years ago, sir? Don't you remem- magnolias was not sweeter. MonRemittance should be made by AtdinnerMr. Lo Fevre, thooversccr, spoken, and French names of persons ber how kind you wero to us? I was ey Order or Dralt, to avoid chance of loss camo in, and wo wero mado acquainted. Address; HARPER JC 1SROTHEHS, New and places were the most common. the boy you took so much notico of." York. To me this was all new and Strang dress-mak- scenes of tho HARPER'S PERIODICALS great river interested me, and I could Per Year: days tho varying Harper's Magazine....... ..JSi oo have studied for Harper's Weekly - 4 oo phases of human nature about me; but Harper's Rizar 4 00 ns current nnd stream boro us rapidly a oo Harper's Young People down, the object of my journey pressed Postage Free to all subscribers in the United upon my thoughts, and it was with States, Canada and Mexico. eager alacrity that I stepped ashore at Donaldsonrllle, at tho head of Ilriyou Tne Volumes of the Magazine begin with the La Fourcho. With n few others and Numbers of June and December of each year. When no time Is mentioned, sumcrlptlons will be- with my small luggage I was transgin with the Number cuireent at the time of the ferred to a small btearaer, and the last receipt of order. Hound Vols, of Harper's Mat; few miles of my journey wo followed azine for three years back, in neat cloth bind on receipt the course of the bayou. injr, will be sent by mail, of 9 per volume. Cloth Cases, lor binding, 5a For the first tlmo I was In tlint land cents ia.li by mail, of wonders, lower Loulslann. I was Remittances should be mule by Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance of loss floating on one of tho multitude of Address: HARPER liHOl'll tUb New streams, which, more than one hunYork. dred miles above the Delta of tho Mississippi, help to carry oil the great lSO-l- . pressure of waters to tho gulf. Other rivers reccivo tributaries to swell their : flood; as tho mighty Father of Waters Illustrated. approaches bait water he is compelled to send off other rivers to relieve himHarper's Bazar Is a journal for the home. It self. I was in a region entirely alluthe fullest and latest information about vial, a land doubtless manufactured, 'ashions ; and its numerous illustrations, Paris de- ns mlflit bo said, by tho continual designs, and pattern-shei- t supplement are indispenposit of soil brought down by tho tiresable alike to the home and the professional modiste. No expense is spired to make water giant and thrust out into its artistic attractiveness of the highest order. less As tho poet Longfellow Its bright storias, amusing comedies, and thought- the gulf. ful eisays satisfy all tastes, and its Isst page is fa- finely says of this strango phenommous as a oudget of wit and humor. In its weekenon, ho ly issues everything is included which is of InterTho ever-changin- g 'post-pai- post-pai- d. Post-ofll:- e - EMBER'S B8ZM. "Why, papa, what has happened?" sssssssssssssBr' sonally." v2 she exclaimed. "You are almost laughyou, indeed?" Ho began to ing! When did that happen before?" "Must rouse a little at the word, and show "This is Dorr Jewett," ho said, "tho irritation. "Where do you come from, son of 1113 old friend nnd schoolmate anyway, young man, that you think a In tho north. Dorr, this is my daugh- NATIONAL BANK La Fourcho planter can bo made to atOF STANFORD. KY. wflfEcTssv 'Jt'isssssssswi? I tend in person at tho beck and call of I. every interloper who fancies he has Capital Stock-Surplu- s business with him? What " ; . .i Irifl .HssssssWGlssssssssssssswrv w His own talk, delivered in n feeble, SP r .Vl E?f broken voice, excited him nnd brought Attention of the public is invited lo the fac on a fit of coughing. He stamped with that this Is tho only National Hank in Stanford UraL HUsssssssssssssVA vexation, and sat down on a bamboo the National Hank Act Under the provisions JilssssssssB HssssitL depositors are secured ofnot only by the capital settco through .sheer weakness. L K-- HA tWl'" stock, but by the stockholders liability lor an t "I am Pierce Rostock," ho said, when amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol voice ngain. "What tho this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. he could find Five sworn statements of thecondilion of the bank devil do you want?" are made each ycarto the United States governI ought to havo expected this anment and Its assets are examined at stated limes by government agents, thus securing addititona nouncement, and to have been prepared andperfect safety to depositors. for it; but I felt very much at that inThis institution, originslly established as tht Deposit Hank of Stanford In i8j8, then Dr Applemam formerly of Nrw York, now perstant as though I had been following manently located in Louisville, Ky , Is a craduatn ired as the National Hank o! Stanford In iSj and a chimera. To be exact, I felt cold and as the First National Hank ol of llcllcvuu Hospital Medical Collet;. New York again sick, and tho hopes of long years vanCity, the moil notable institution of Its kind In Stanlord In iSIt, hat had practically an uninterrupted existenceof x years. Ills better supplied special study of the America. He has made a ished ns a pulT of smoke. And yet it now with lacilitles for transacting business prompt seemed incredible. ThU Mr. Rostock ly and liberally than ever before in its long and tention. sssssssssssssssHP- - k cmiCTORs: Williams, Ms. Vernon; J.M. Hail, Stanford: J.S Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Kmbry, Stanford; J, K. Lynn, Stanford; J. P. Cash, Stanford; William Cooch, Stanford; A. W, Carpenter, Mlllcdgevills, Ky S. II. Shanks, President. Dr. J II. Owsley, Cashier, W. M Plight, Telle J.J. ih $&&. SiS,.-CM:i- FIRST 8200,000 2I.30O ?jiQTA '''I i 1 wSMM this the hearty, ruddy, happy planter EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT, . liar-lan- d, Out-do- -- And chronic Iiiseacca in the ereat Ilelloue and The Directory of this Hank it composed ol Chanty Hospitals, New York City, and there- sul'S of inn experience are many pnenominai Porestus Renl, Lincoln county ; cures all over the State, He successfully treats S. T. Harris Lincoln; G A. Lackey, Lincoln; Acute J. W. HayCen, Stanford; S II Ilaughman, Lincoln; HlnKlDL' In Ears, drafnes, diseases f the eye, ear, threat, lungs, stomach, liver, kidney, ur nary rml J. S. Mocker Stanford;! bladder, nervous prottralioti, duneles, dspcpila, W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; constipation, iheuinatism, paral)U, epilepsy or M, D. Klmore, Stanford; lits ilemorroids piles cured without knll . No pain atd no dttetitiuti from wcrk T P. Mill, Stanford. K. L Tanner, McKtnuoy; Middle Aged Men Young M.J .Miller, Ml. Vernon. suffering from spermatorrhea and Impofncyas J S. Ilocker, President; John J. McRoberts, Cashier; the result ot seif.itbuse in uutlirr escos i in.i turc years and other came producing some of the A A. McKlnney, Assistant Cashier. following effects such at emistious, blotches, denervousness, diziioess, confusion of Ideas, bility, avt rs on to scatty, defective mrumiy and sexual exhaustion which unfits the victim for butiiics or narriaee, a,e permanently cured by remedies tot mjuri us honorable career. Accounts of corporations, ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully fidusolic-ted. and Chionic Catarrh, and Blood and Skin Diseases. Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc , cured by never falling remedies. Diseases of women, such as Leucorrhea, palutul Menstruation, Displacement of Womb, bearing down pains in back, relieved in short time. The Doctor carries all his portable instruments and comes prepared to examine the most obscure medical and surgical cases. He undertakes no incurable diseases but cur- -' hundreds given up to die. Correspondence solicited Address J. S. APPLEMAN.M. D. Louisville, Ky, Write for Health Journal, free. As iwrGLc '0."W, u &k& ' A-J- r e. ESSJpjfP "Cheapest yFcoevniaHTioT. Commercial College & post-pai- d, Post-offic- e Best Business College in the World' Awa rdea HIikMt ll.a.r at VTarU'e Kspottllen Xj.Urn .1 llaal.krepliist mmA f).rsl l.m (d.r.ll.. lU.OOOUra4aalcBlsasla. " 1,000 Dtudents ally. 6 T .apl.;i. OHt.r fall.b..t BIIO. t .unr. la.l.dlal Taltl.B. HlAlUn.rw. ta4 Sitri. H'"'" Hk.rt-Ha- a t. Tr a4 Telerrkr ,';": We Vmeatlaa. B.ur tow, 0ra4ai.. s.M.ut.1. la b..aunl ..4 l.tlthfil. Xor .Irtal.r. 44m. WILBUR R.SMITH, LEXINQTONs KY. ftShSSIHS?: v '. mi iiaWwisflH"'"' "kimmSStSmuiTi iim tA i'tJm .,4 J- -" ' zj!to,iAhyiymttijjinnii& .& ; ' n ,J-- 1 Mv - ,' rlatntfrliV'll 7.' Tj, ."j TtMyTT iif ii, iw in wm wp' f ''.it ' f jjU i "il" ?' "-"' jsjV '!, MLt"!"."' ?ri&p' re y!fj 'm't'mmn-mi- ES. B I 'r 41 Mr. O. R. Martin, of Pnrksville, and Oun thanks aro due nnd aro hereby who Mies Delia Harlan, of Boyle, drove up tendered to the correspondents responded bo noblv to our call for re hero from tho bride'a homo yesterday Lahd cans, butcher knives, black and ports a day earlier. Wo havo tho best aiternoon nnd were married by Rev. A. Stanford, Kt., November 30, 1893 Choyenno pepper nt McKinnoy Bros. corps in tho State and are proud of V. Sizemore nt the residence of Mr. Joe . F. Waters. Mr. Martin is reputed to bo l)o you know that right now wo aro then). a fine young man nnd his bride is nn atE. C. Walton, Business Manager ready for business, with a grand assortThe now charter, ordinances and by ment of holiday gifts? Dnixks, tho Jow- - laws, which the city council had printed tractive young lady who will make him wife. They returned to the Have oqencd in the Dr. Hocker Store-rooon Depot St. in Stanford. eler. at this ofllco, aro in great domand. Clerk an excellent MEANS BUSINESS. Penny has letters from towns of bridu'a aunt's last night to the infair. G. L. Old Buy your school books and school suptho 5th class all over tho State asking FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Fahmeii Hor- plies oi nil klndfl nt A. II. I'oimy'H. for copies. Kins at Walton's Watches, clnckH and jewelry repaired Alex Moberly bought in the West Gutters, Spouting and Repairing also. Any article in the tinners' line and warranted. Kugrnvinv a Bpecinlty, Oi'kha Housk Tiieiik are 11 persons in jail here now End n bunch of feeders nt 3c. made to order. A share of your patronage is solicited. at A. II. Penny's. Wm. Benton has been nppointed Twknty shares of Somerset Banking and tho prospect is that as tho cold Tint Indent stock o( Drun, MoiHciiwa, Perfumery, Paints and Wall Paper nt Co. stock for silo. If not sold before weather advances standing room will be postmaster at Waco, Madison county. A. K. Penny's. Prescriptions n special- court day will bo sold to thu highest iu demand. Many a lazy scoundrel will P. W. Green bought of Warner, of ty. commit an ofltiiiRO bo that hu will bu Garrard, 33 hogs, averaging nbout COO Hog trough iron, coal buckets, shovels, pokers, fire sets, lard cans, bidder. J. S. Hughes. housed nnd boarded at thu people's ex- pounds, nt5c. stove pipes, &c. Our prices will be 20 per cent, lower than the lowPERSONAL POINTST AtTKit January 1st, 1SDI, I will pro- pense. J. II. Bnughman A Co., of tho Stan est. Terms Cash, Strictly Cash. Mks. Linda Haydk.x is visiting friends ceed to collect thu umbo tiled ncconnts in Tho school in district No. 23, Mits ford Roller Mills, havo bought in the my bauds ol Stephens A Knox by law, Maud Douglns teacher, closed Tuesday last few days COO barrels of corn at S1.00 here. W. It. McPitBitioN was with frlundB W. II. Iliggins, Receiver. and tho following names aro on thu roll delivered. hero yesterday. 0. W. Williams says ho will start J. II. Bauoiiman tins sold to George of honor: Amanda Johnson, Addio Mips IIbrsik 1ichahi9, of Junction Dye, Kiln Dyo, Annio Douglas. Arlle his horse, Allerton, next year ngainBt D. Wearen mid sou, Jesse, his insurance City, is with tho Misses Wray. business and thosu gentlemen will con- Bailey, Kmma Boone, Mamie Dollins, any trotter on earth, but that the race 0. JJ. Cor and GeorRO Kills aro now Lilliu Centers, will have to hu on his track nt IndependWillio Stephenson, stitute n now limurunru linn in town. clerking in tliu Louisville Store. Maymo Rteinbergen, Hency Dyu, Virgil ence, Iowa. Miss Moi.uk Hkooks, of Crab OrchK. ok II. Attkstion. Full attendance Campbell. Col. Thomas Johnson, of Mt. Sterard, is with Mrs. J. G. Carpenter. desired Friday night, Dec. 1st. Initialing, has sold his fat cattle, about SO , Mrs. E. O. Walton Mas. G. B. Cooi-sitHkv. J. II. Julian and family aro tion and election of oflicers for 1G0I. By and Tildeu Cook were called to Hustou-ylll- o head all told, at ljc for best nnd Aa for Hoth for small and great things. This is our motto and wc intend Jtilinn's parents at Nevada, 0 order of Dictator. A. A. Warren, lto- Wednesday night by n messenger, second grade, to Simon Wiehl, average in the future to be more thankful too our friends and to be more deMu. M. V. H'olkt, of Covington, is porter. pounns. ho came to notify them that their fa 1,550 t serving by giving them goods at the lowest possible prices. hero to tliu delight of his many friends. Directum, 2:051, tr.otter, defeated Ji'ikik Caiihon tlned Ihiiiiiii Hansford ther, Mr. J. M. Cook, who has been ill a Mn. AM) Mas. S. P. Sai.tkii,'oI LoxiiiK-to2:05?, pacer, at Philadelphia in 15 aud costs Tuesday for striking Mattiu long time, and who suffered n fracture aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. V, three straight heats, after Saladin had Hocker, a negro girl. In tho trial some of tho thigh, Saturday, was dying. They find tho old gentleman won tho first heat in 2;10K whiih was Judor J. S. KiMMtiac, of Somerset, is rich, raro and racy testimony was given, went atasonco.to ho could bo. Hu. was alive the best time in the last heats. at low spectators seemed to enjoy. visitluK his daughter, Mrs. J. V. Al- which tho President Diaz presided nt tho dediwo went to press Inst nvuning, but when corn. daughter of thodifpntch said hu was rapidly sinking. cation of horse racing in Mexico and it Is abroad in the land even now and is bringing us many things for Lula, tho Miu T. S. Hcnsos'b school at Middlo-bur- j; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kuhanks, of Wil He has brought us all the usual stuff and says there A good itiHit will be taken when death is to bo hoped that this time honored our custpmers. closes with a big entertain liamsburg, died Monday nibt of pneusport will taku thu place of is nothing better to give than nice claims t'lH highly respected citizen. ment. nnd revolutions as tho great national monia and was buried hero Tuesday. MKtssits. W. II. Shanks and Klijah Others of their children aro down with A Suty Gaud. Tho oilier day J. Mort pastime of the Greaser Republic. Col. Heazley are over from tho Bible Colleo the diseauo. Roihufil, city attorney of Lancaster, M. Lewis Clark, of Churchill Downs, to entturkoy at home. was fined $25 (or assault on Lawyer L. F, Louisville, la to get S100 a day iu gold ns J.W. Hawlisos, lJsq., superintendent Mu. A. G. Kabti.a.ni has runted thu Hubble, alleged to have been committed a judge. of schooln In Boyle, was hero Tuesday, coltngu on Mill struct advertised by J. jut-- t prior to tho prohibition election Mrs. Hugh Shields and her three H. Buughiu.in aud will move into it at over there. Mufflers, Nice Dresses, Nice Blankets or Comforts, Nice Handkertho jjuefttof W. F. McClary. On the trial Mr. Hubble once. Mr. J. M. Carter, of thu West sworo that Mr. Rothwell called Preacher children were burned todcathatOil City, chiefs, Underwear, Boots, Shoes, Hats, or any of the thousand and Miss Kittii: Hauqiimak, looking Pa. d will move into thu house Mr. than ever, arrived from Somerset . This Roth- Frank n lying a It is estimated thnt 15,000,000 bush one nice and useful things kept by us. Don't buy, trash but come vacated. yesterday to spend a few days nt home. wull denies, has posted Hubblu us a els of coal will como out from Pittsbuig and buy something to adorn the person as well as to protect it Jfrom Mrts. Klika Poiitmax and Mrs. Llcziu liar mid publishes this week if thu present rise in the Ohio the wintry blast. Wc invite special attention to our line of cloaks, A iiisi'ATCii from W. R. Johnston, willful aud malicious McAlixter liavo Riven up thu cflidavits of M. I). HugheH and John reaches the stage expected. fur muffs, cheap and fine dress goods, trimmings, boots, shoes and maiugurof thu Lebanon Opera House, and taken rooms at Mr. Ituubcn Wildid not ueo Mr. Wattereon is not enthusiastic clothing. Don't fail to come and see us before you buy. We know says that tho Farmer Hopkins' Co. was M. Farra to prove that bo liam's. tho words sworn to by Hubble. The over tho Wilson tariil bill and says ho wc can do you good. thu beat thing over there. Tho scenery elecMl pc lis Doi.i.ik McUohbrts and Mary had hoped for n bill embodying lees of they carry is maguiflcent. At Walton's trouble grew out of tho prohibition Heszley went over to Lexington yoster-dais hoped that it will end. the protective nnd more of the revenue Thanksgiving night. tion and it Opera House, this, to spend Thnnkucivlnu with their with this. Wu fear that Mr. R. has theories of tariff legislation. , friends at Hamilton College. The Now Yoric .Mirror uuys, "Mr. Da- made a mistake. A schooner with a crew Mits. Oruci.iA Thompson and daughvidson's singing brought forth encore afof nine men and one woman went ashore MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ter, Mies Ophelia, who have been with ter encore, until hu had to como to tho at Fire Island Tuesdav morning. Owing Mrs. (1. A. Lackey for somo time, re- front and rsk thu nudiuueu to excuse Mr. and Mrs. David Brighman, of to the high surf, thu life savers had been turned to Louisvilln Tuesday. him. Thu company gavu thu beat of sat- Now Paris, I ml, aged SC and SI, cele- unable to reach the vessel. WmoiiT'ssohool at Otten-hel- isfaction." Seu it in Old Farmer Hop- brated thu Goth nnniverenry of their Miss W. Lee Emory, of Owensboro, found Will be delivered right at your door on the following days or the day olosed Friday with appropriate, wedding a few days ago. kins at Walton's Opera House his pretty young wife in n house of thereafter. You will not be disappointed. It will be out your way and then tho handsomo youtiK Tickets on salo at W. B. McRoborts' Miss Bertie McKinney, who was to in Louisville. They were married teacher spread a lot of good things urug store. havo been married yesterday to Mr. recently Bud were very happy for a as follows: which her German pupils enjoyed with of Jellico, is so verv ill that while, when tho woman got offended nt Crab Orchard and Prcachcrsvillc Pikes Every Monday To Tkachkiis and Tjiustkes. Many Jerry Smith, jjreat avidity. the event had to bo indefinitely post- something nnd disappeared. schools nru now on tho eve of closing. poned. Every Tuesday Duddcrar's Mill Pike Mn. Ulik. J Howaiu). of Ghent, a I wish to ngain call your attention to t, Martin Brown and Miss Katlo . Every Wednesday Lancaster Pike of Miss Gertrude Howard, is a brother NEW ADVERTISEMENT. tuaohers' registers must each 21 years of age, were united In candidate for enrolling clerk of thu next thu fact that thu Danville Pike Every Thursday bu properly nuido up with sucti grading wedlock's holy bonds by Rev. W. E. Houso with rlno prospect of haying his Every Friday Hustonville Pike by lnw, in order that thu Arnold, at thu courthouse, yesterday. ambition gralHled. Hu is it most worthy as is required may properly maku up his au- - Both parties live on Green River. chairman ..Every Saturday Somerset Pike and competent young man, report to me, so as to insure your Mrs. Mackey's daughter now wants Every Saturday II. W. Gaines, who has been at- nuai Stanford Mns. All ptron having cUlmt acaimt the estate of W. F. McClary, comity a divorce from Prince Colonna, who sold D (t. SUuijh er, dee'd, will rile the tame propbi-l- y Rowland tending tho bedside of her sick daugh- iiual payments. Every Wednesday certified to aud proven with me by nn i, '94. superintendent. bur wedding presents, spends all her Any one knowing htmtelf to be imfebud to bc ter, Mrs. H. M. Ballou, at Lancaster, ro v, ill call and nettle Immediately. ALBERT HOMMEL, Rowland, Ky. otate t cclvetl a telegram, Tuesday, stating that K H.IIRONAL'UII, Admr., Lunatic A. P. Brackett, aged S3, money and beats hor just for the fun of Crab Orchard, Ny 79 im the thing. Somo people aru never sat her mother, Mrs. Lydh Rice, of Tay was tried on a writ tie luuntico idled. very ill and sho loft at lorsvillo, was Tuesday; aud adjudged inBane. A. J. R. Wingate, a widower of 11, onco for that plnr In tho trial it wis shown that a streak of his family, and nnd Miss Maggie Clarkson, a hnmhomu insanity runs through I will give free of charge CITY AND VICINITY. that bis was probably hastened by n se- lady of 25, drove up from Boyle yesterI have bought the stock of goods of M. L. Bourne and thoroughly LIFE-SIZEPORTRAITvere blow on thu bead. At times hu is day nnd nfter obtaining license were ONE Lot us givu thanks. renovated the house and stock of goods and added full line of Drugs, willnavc ono dozen of my very dangerous and when restrained teara madu one by Rev. W. K. Arnold at his To e cry person thatup We are now thoroughly prepared till Christmas day. I have Notions, Glass, Paints, Oils, etc. fine cabinets made tho people's Jeweler. Danks, his clothes hihI tlesh. Religious matters resilience. a sample of the portrait at my gallciy that I proto wait on our friends. We have a large stock of Spectacles. MlssAnnlo Kckrale.of Decatur, Ind. pose to (no away. Come and see what a E'ft you seem to run entirely on his mind. He will cct with ecry dozen cabinets. Bio linu of holiday goods at Farrls & A J. KAUP, asylum at Lexington. who was to have been married in n few 7Stf was taken to thu Staulord, Ky. Hardin's. tUys, to Sanford Reynolds, went driving o R. II. BiioNACou, administrator of D. with him. The horso ran away, upset 21 cento for eggs. W. II. Wk will givu Dross-Malsing- ". G. Slaughter, has about closed out the ting the buggy and killing Miss Kckrole Wenren A Co. belonging to and badly wounding Reynolds. goods and other property Best of Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes; All of which Fat mackerel, cucumber and sweet the estate. Thu stock of goods brought Miss Besaio Willis Adams, tho beauMRS. COREY SAUNDERS, we will sell at bottom prices. Give us a call. Bros. mixed pickles at McKinney :fl,0W.2l, which was S102.21 more than tiful daughter of Mr. Jack Adams nnd the appraisement. Mr. J. F. Holdam sister of Mrs. John Pearl, will be mar- Of Cincinnati, has located in Stanford for Do not Forget This I. Wc are always glad to see you. 2. Not Estabpurpose of conducting a New stock of iluinz'a mlnco meats, the She Is frlly conversant with all the trouble to show goods. helped him to sell nnd that may ac- ried nt her homo near Paint Lick, Dec lishment. In cutting uses the French allur S) 3. If you don't sec what you want, ask for styles and preserves and bottled goods al McKincount for it. Tho personal property was 0, to Mr. lid. T. England, a prosperous tern. She can be found at Mrs. Wm. Kiev's on it. 4. Lowest cash prices for the best goods. 5. rull assortment ney Bros. Lower Main Mtctt, where she wi'l bcglad tohae appraised at $200 and sold for WIS. Tho young merchant of Barbourvillo. 77",m always on hand. 6. To please our customers is our greatest delight. the ladies call on her. Cam. and Beo that lino of boating claims against tho estate aru perhaps Wo havo it from goad authority that 3D. stoves at W. II. Wearen & Co.'a before 7,000, so It will bo seon that thu pro tho clover and rich old bachelor Mr. Vuylng. W. L, Conner, Reg. Pharmacist. lata will bu very small. This ollice, as James Popples, will celebrate his Thursday, by takThanksgiving Comb and t.eo thnt holiday bargains do usual, catches it in tho neck. ing unto himself a wife. Tho fortunate ON MONDAY, DEC. II, 1893, exist and thnt wo glvo theai. Dauke, Shot a Nkciuo. Green Siler cainu to lady spoken of iu this connection is Miss At the in Stanford, I will offei for thu Jeweler. town Tuesday and surrendered to Judge highest bidder, who is said to bo both sale to the Sallio Tenters, Mica LizzikSiaymakkii will tnko or Vamon, saying that hu had shot and Here's A NICE FARM OF 19 ACRES, accomplished. any dec perhaps mortally wounded Dan Ander- handsome and dera for oil paintings, crayon or wishing them unbounded happiness for Lying tn Lincoln Co., Ky . on Hanging Fork, Heaequarters for- It son, a negro man. They bad a diilicul-t- v orativu art work for Xmos. about ' t mile above the bridge on the Stanford .V all time hence. D.iuville pike, it being the place where I now lie. at Preachersvillo and thu negro left. James A. Baker, upon whose hoary Good dwelling oi six rooms. lUrn and all neces Givk our blacksmith a trial. Ho is ft Shortly afterwards Mr. Siler started homo iiv outbuildings and sDlendid garden Never- scientific workman and his charges aro nnd met thu negro, who siiil it was as head the snows of bo winters have fallen lai ling water. Farm all under good lence anil in who claims that his heart is aa young high state of cultivation Will be sold on easy tho snmo na others. Yeager A Yeager. good a time then to settle thu business but as it used to be, led blushing Mrs. Sarah terms.further information apply to Miller Sow. For SiReaii our advertisement nud como nnd as would come, at tho same time, bo Crorraft. who confesses to three score, der, Real Estate Dealers, btnnford, Ky Of all kinds. The most complete line of MRS IltTTIEFETEKS. get a cloak nnd dreBS cheaper than you ler says, putting his hand in his hip ten and two, to tho bymenial altar near ever bought them boforo. Severance A pocket. They nil do that, you know. Vnncoburg Monday. He has great-greSiler also had a hip pocket aud thero Son. grand children and sho great grend chil was something In It, which ho drow, and K. L. Rhineiikaht, of P.iducab, hna dren. Adanco followed tho nuptials firing at his antagonist, hit him in opened a stock of general merchnndiso and tho ancient pair tripped gaily thro' Ever in Stanford. Prices according to the times. near tho side, tho ball ranging to tho spine a set or two, tho old man capping the in Mrs. M. K. Daviess' storo-rooand paralyzing him. Tho trial was postwing. by cutting tho pigeon tho duj)0t. poned to await the result of tho wound. c'imax GEORGE B. PRKWITT. n. B. KING. Tho marriagu of Misa Mary Thomas t of Lancaster, shipped to J. L. Klkin, Fiiank Sckaiick, ttie diulish Loxing-to- n Greon to Mr. Henry Goldsmith Cook, cl Cincinnati Monday 5,000 dozen eggs and forger, who escaped from jail thero Jellico, was solemnized nt tho homo of n sold them nt 21 cents. Ho bought merchants two weeks ago, was captured in tho wi- the bride's mother, Mrs. C. A. Green, in great many of them from our MORELAND, KY., nt 10;30 Tuesday morning, early in tho season at 10 to 12 contB nnd tter closet of it Maun Boudoir car on a Hustonville. We have opened up a nice line ol olliciating. Misses Q A O. train nt Clinttanooga, Monday Rev. W. W. Bruce packed them in Bait. night, on information furnished by Clay Jennie McKinney nnd Mary Nunnelley Ah lino a Novomber as over cama is Hunt, tho popular young drummer who nnd Mr. Joo Barker Btood up with tho going out like n Hon, at least yesterday takes in Stanford in his rounds. Scenrce couplo during tho cerumonyi After nn was aa windy and mean a nay as over boarded thu train nt the railroad cross elegant lunch, which was enjoyed by d quito n number of relatives and friends, Ing near Nicholasvillo nnd was recogMarch presented. The signal service We are daily receiving our Fall Goods, which we ?are marking for last night and "a fair nized by Mr. Hunt, who spoke of it. the bridal party drove to Stanford, where Bhowera down lower than ever. Otlicera were on '.baud when he got to Mr. and Mrs. Cook took the train for the and cold day" for Thanksgiving. ir If" Terms cash or country produce. Give us. a call. We will save you OILVERVWH6 Chattanooga aud although he had paid groom'a homo. Tho bride la n stately Wicnro greatly obliged to tho ladies ' lovamoney. the porter to lock him up in a closet it and handsome blonde and n most for what they have done for us In our was no good and he was Boon again in ble girl, while the groom ia eaid to bo a line of FallMillinery. 6TWc are opening up a splendid Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt cloak and dreaa goods departments. the hands of the cruel lawt with tho very excellent young man, with n well We have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. TheBe goods wo shall keep up until lato bracelets around hia pretty wrists. Ho established jewelry business. May their personal attention given to repair in tho season so that all can bo accom- bad shaved o(I hia moustacho while iu lives be'aa bright as tho sun that shone work. One call will convince you fc that this is the place to trade. modated with new gooda at low prices. . on their wedding day. tho closet. Hughes A Tate. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Tnv Cottoleno, you will Hko It. Klnuey Bros. Mo NEW TIN 5 SleCOPo s'i 9 Waters & Hackney TIN AND IRON SHINGLE ROOFING, Both Work and Material Guaranteed. fflmaysThanklal- - m i Sa-iad- in n, K1-ki- n. three-year-ol- d to-da- y bull-ligh- ts jontEi wlstus I Fur w Cloak Fin? Muffs r hnnn-som- cr Kast-lan- house-keepin- g y HUGHES & TATE. four-maste- d es t. ill-fa- Hnz-let- NOTICE. .- ' inqui-rond- BIG OFFEB. D NEW DRUG STORE. cians' Prescriptions. - m m Particular Attention Paid to Physi- m m ' Dress-MaUu- g 1 -- PUBLIC SALE. Court-house S. C. HOCKER, M. to-da- W. H. WEAREN & CO. -- STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS 77-t- d BANKS TIIE JEWELER. -:- HEATING : STOVES STAITFOBJ?, KY. Stock Most Complete KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, i ssWE7fe(SmJ y. m fe WfrXBg; Dry 1 VI pre-diete- mteMZiUsm --" ZMlW .r a 11 Corn Wanted. KUTC fii ? " . ML v Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal j THI SHEEP BUSINESS. tVTien Well Manufacturers Mnrt Up, Thero Will has dissolved and the accounts of the film Wlien Baby wm alolf, vro pave lier CiutorK are in Mr. Thomas Walker's hands for collection. , llo Dvinuml Vtir ",Vol. Boston. eIio wns n ClilM, alio criAl (or CastorU, If you are IntleMtotha firm, plerie settle with Publtshod Evory Tuesday and Friday i,Jujt nt present thoro is n great doprea-'HoThis mnguiflcent Warner Traiu has When him, as Meare anxious to eel our business cluted ' -- -. at When aho bvoAtne MIm, she clung to Castor!. up. C.KOKOK Al.rOUD, hanging over tho Bheep business in between been built especially for service W. M McVFKIi, When she hnd Children, alio grvothem Castorla. this country, nttd many fannora nro Mc Kinney, Ky, New York and Boston, run- Cincinnati, Wh(Q not to paid 3a.6O.VM be charged tnkii.g n gloomy outlook nnil soiling off through solid to these cities nine their sheep ns fast ns iossiblo. For somo of cars. Composed of Eletinio past now tho depression in manuI gant Coaches, Wagner Sleeping Care, LI. C. LOCUMIME CARD. Uucklln'H Arnica Balvo. facturing lines has greatly reduced tho K. world lor cuts, bruiie nnd Hotel Dining The best salve In the brary nnd Cafe Car, demand for wool, and tho trade in places ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- Persons having claims against the estate of C. Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning has leon so very small that prices have Cor it has becomo famous Complete in ped hands, chilblains, corns and all ikln erup Ilrown. themr properly at j:np, m. pay requirdeclined to n point where it is not profittho tlons and positively cures piles, or DO talitlaction by Feb. dee'd, uill present who owe it will proven all of Us appointments it is 1, 18)1 and thore come ed. It it guaranteed to triv. perfect forward and settle at ouce. able to sell them. Bather than rush L. &N. LUCAL IIMtUAKU. Prieo S cents per boa. "king of the rond." or money retunded. 7jMt T. 1IROWN Admr. by A. R. Penny, Stanford. Kv. J. their wool to market, many farmers who Pleasant Point, Ky It leaves Cincinnati nt 0:00 p. in. daily Wot sale ..ti 7 pm Kail tram going North..... ......... S3 pm havo been in need of ready cash or who South... " confrom Central Union Station, making ..... 11 3P becamo frightened too early at tho prosExpress train " South...... ..... ... I " North......... nections with nil through trains from the pect began selling their sheep, thereby 36 3cal Freight North........ ...9 pm killing tho gooso that laid tho golden South nnd lands passengers in Now York SouthMMM .... ......... ..107 Th latter tralm alio carry passengers. egg. Thero has been an unprecedented Having secured the services ot Mits Maltie AlCity at Grand Central Station, avoiding All persons Indebted to the estate of Miss Kate for this season, I len from The above Ii calculated on ttandard time. Solar rush of sheep to tho cities as a conse will please settle on or ferry transfer. When you go East take cordially Cincinnati as Trimmer invite the ladies to Inspect a carefully Sop aud thote having claims before December I, iae U about o minutes faster. next against her will prequence, and now sheep aro dull and lag selected stock ol Millinery at prices to suit the sent them properly verified for pavment lo the this train. The ladles are Invited to see my nice, iew urdcrsigned by that time. General Passenger and limes Stamped CRESCENT ROUTE. QUEEN & D. B. Martin, ging, bo that prices for them aro nlso W. M SWOPE, Linen and Kmbroidcry Material, line of Admr. Ticket Agent very low. Still many discouraged farmAn Authority. M1CSLICCIK1IEAZLF.V Stanford, Kv. Trains pas Junction City as follows: E. O. McOormiek, I'assonger Traffic ers continue forcing'their sheep upou An English gentleman who believed CQSouth .bound. No. t , Vestibule Limited, ,11.50 Manager. I -- THE OLD a. m.t No. i . Chicago Limited, t.$ a. in.; No. 5., the market, anxious to get rid of feeding that his nnmo was honorably known in Exprest. ia 17 a. m ;No. 7., Local, them and eager to obtain n littlo ready connection with his learned "History of Now Orleans your children subject to croup! If so. you Are ca.ta p. m.; No. 9., Hlue Grau Vestibule, 8 40 p. cash. tho Mongols" onco had reason to reflect should never be without n bottle of Chamberlain s My two BCOTJSS, vllle station farms, or adjoining. Very neir Kings, It is a certain cure for croup, Cough Remedy. -- No. a, Vestibule Limited, One either of them One 6.4S It would bo well if such farmers would upon tho uncertainty of fnme. An North bound. known to fall. II given freely and has never been a little orer 91 acres, the other llo acres. p. m. No, 4., Fast Mail, a.53 " No. 6 , Chlga-g- o stop and reason n littlo beforo going any II. WARNACK, 1'ror. SAM tolls tho story: as soon a the croupy cough appears It will prevent All highly Improved with good residences, barns, Limited, a.j; a. ra., No. 8., Local, 1.35 a. ia.; sole reliance with thousands the stuck. It them beating further into bankruptcy, for it can Sir Henry Howorth sat nt dinner next of mothers who is t.e croupy children, and never 1,000 No. 10, Klue Grass Special, 6 am. - - KENTUCKY. Ac Can and seo and peaches onyoung 01 acre hae fruit trees, apples the else. Tho great number of nheep to a lady whoso mind seemed full of tho diappoints trem There Is nodangcr Inicivlag this London, Utra Old age and Infirmities uiy rtasoa fcr wantpreIn large in that havo been killed, which wero for- diseases and distresses of her pot dog, Kcmedy Injurious. and frequent dosta, as it contains Refitted and refurnished and the eterT wayKates ing to sell All unincumbered. public. 50 cent bottles pared to attend the wants of D M. CRKIGIITON, merly kept simply for tho wool they pro- and who bombarded Sir Henry with nothing W II, Mckoberts, Druggist, StanKorsalebr t cry reasonable. King svllle, Ky duced, will very materially reduco tho questions as to what should bo douo with ford. wool producing capacity of tho country tho nnimnl. JOHN B. DoNAflDI, The best plaster Dampen a piece of flannel D. S. for tho next year. When manufacturNot being satisfied with his replies, sho with Chamberlain's Tain Halm and bind it oyer ine Is better than any p.aiter. When seat of pain. It ers start up again, thero will bo a de finally expressed her great disappointold stand ol J. It. Green, In Carriage Painter and Trimmer, the lungs are sore such an application on the chest At the mand for wool, but tho lessened number ment nt his ignornnce, and remarked: and another on the back, between the shoulder All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and reThere) Is Hustonvlllo, - - Kentucky, pneu.ionia blades, of sheep in tho country will not bo ablo "Well, Sir Henry, I must Bay I did nothing will olten prevent back or a In the style Plain paired In lor lame to supply tho demand. Wool will con- mink you would have told mo how to aide. A so goc--throat acan nearly alwayspaincared in Would be elsd lo see its numerous friends and Signs Satisfaction guaranteed In and ornamental be both workmansore bandage datnpeii. .how them his stock of eoods contiiting of I'urnl ship and price Shop on main street, over W01, sequently advance and nlso mutton manago my littlo dog, particularly as it one n kM by applying a rUnnel Daughcily's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky ct and r Haim. tore. Saddlerv. Hardware. I l'ain sheep, for every ono will want to keep is crossbred you who wroto that de- cd withbottles lor sale oy . u. .hcijuwi, Implements. Give him a call. 50c his sheep for tho wool, and this will lightful 'History of tho Mongrels!' " Stanford. a draw from tho market many animals Exchange. L. .STANFORD., Electric Dlttora. that usually go to mako up tho regular JIBsofafely remedy is becoming 10 ell known and so This nil Objection. supply. JF.LLICO, TKNNKSSKE, SALE STABLE, who AND to need Tho Chinese laundryman may not bon popular as Electric no special mention All of UVH7, Look nt it ns wo will, wo cannot help Hitters sing the same song have used Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. not esist concluding that thero is a good outlook scholar, but ho is sometimes sententious. praise. A purer medicine does claimed. and It Is Electric to A cream of tarter baking pow- now for both wool and mutton. It may A gontleman who hns lately returned guaranteed curedoallall that is the Liver and Kid- At John Minefee's new brick on Depot stieet, by diseaes of Hitters will Pimples, neys, der. Higest of all in leavening not como until after tho now year, but from California reports that ho visitod a other will remove cauted uyllolls.Salt itheutn and V. RAMSEY, The besl hotel In the city and the only one with impure muw, wm affections wns recovering system and prevent as strength. Latest United btates como it must. It is truo that these im- town which effects justn "boom." Hofrom driveasmalarianil Trom the fevers. For cure ol Head- Whowillatall times be glad lo accommodate all a sample room for drummers Kspccia attention to the traveling public Kates i, tho baneful of met well cure malarial proved conditions will bo partly tho reGovernment Food Report. ache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Electric with good rigs at reasonable rates. My'Hus:will Chinaman thero, who said: sult of hastj actions of unwiso farmers. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or mor.ey meet all K. C. trains. il Hitters. "Mo-nliko San Blnnco." refunded. Price joe and Ji per bottle at A. K. BOYAL'JBAKING pOWDER CO., Those who havo not sold out will profit THE P. 0. MILLINERY. Penny's drug store. "Why notr nt tho expense of tho foolish. But it is 106 Wall St., New York. a SPLENDID. FARM "Too much by nnd by." Pittsburg thu3 in nil business concerns. Soino Chrouiclo-TelegrapIt Should Bo In Evory Houso A. S. houses get frightened in times of presCall at the roots and see tbe J U.Wilron, j;lClsy street, Sharpsmirg.i a l)It sure, and they try to close out early besays he will not be without Dr. King's New tha-iSURGEON DENTIST. Colds, I will tell privately covery for Consumption, Coughs and A Safe KUlc foro times bocomo harder. They nro Soloctod cured his wife who was threatened with pneus Office over Mc Robert! Drug) Store ln;the new afraid of failiug. They sell out at a TC monUafieran attack of La Urippe when variou My Splendid Farm of lSOAcres, Stock Owsley Building, other remedies and several physicians bad done great sacrifico what they havo and come Of Millinery In town The goods and prices ate Stanford; her no good. Robert Ilarbcr, of CooVsport, a., has out with a littlo ready cash on hand. i( miles South of Stanford. This farm 10 claimatbat Dr. King's New Discovery useddone situatedhigh state of cultivation and has plenty of bound to please you. for Uina MRS. P T COURTS. til him more good than any thlnif he ever But those who ctand by tho Bhip a short Nothing like it Try It. Iree the best ol water All 10 gras but 40 acres. Haa Lungi Treuble I timo often weather tho storm, and find A. K. Teuny's drug store. Large the very best of improvements. JLJ-- c. trial bottles at JL. w. W. HAYS, Stanford, Ky. ;,;-tbottles jocand Si. that compensation is made them through n I willonen on January i6tn. 1801. a tho withdrawal from business of many bus-- s J, II. SOWDER. M r, W. M. Terry, who has been In the drug W. H.MILLlin. Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ot rival houses. at Klkton, Ky , for the past twelve years, jersey rank to the people 01 staniom and Couch Remedy irives bet says ...... NICIIOLASVILLK, Jessamine County, Ky., at the following prices, delivered: Farmers ns a rulo nro inclined to get MILLER & SOWDER, .Am ,l.n in.nlh.r TOUffh tncdlCIDfa I .1 . too much frightened at tho signs of an No to cent Fresh Milk, per gallon ever sold." There is a good reason lor tnti ...... u.111 ... rnlit tnnuleklvinoother ta so cer Skimmed Milk, por gallon 10 cents approaching panic. If wo would all estate tain a preventive and cure for croup; no other af8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon...... reason more, ns tho business men do, -:- fords so much relief in cases of whooping cough. Druggists, Stan For sale by V B. Mclloberti, I will make two trips dally. The patronage ot the that tho depression cannot last long nud Room , Farmer Bichaege Rank. ford, KV. public is solicited. j. d G. A. PEYTON, Stanford, Ky after it has passed away times will bo 1 yr. better than before, wo would save many Brokors, Doalors Grain, Market and anxious moments and live a happier life. VARNON, STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY Stock, Farina in tho Bluo-Gras- s TobacThe 6heep industry is subject to depresco sions as every other business, but on tho the office of Coun-tIs a candidate for Office Interior Journal Dullding. F. B. RIIiEY.lProprletor, Judge; aubjet to the action of democratic parwholo it is good, sound nnd substantial. Always for salt. Also Timber Lands in the rnoun ty. tains for sale. Correspondence solicited. Kentucky. E. P. Smith in American Cultivator. London, - u 11 n 74-- L V -- 1 -- A good story is told of Sir Patrick Hamilton, onco mayor of Dublin, nnd a worthy man. Ho wns somowhat saving of mouoy, nnd his wife was really parsimonious. Even when sho had becomo "tho mayor's lady" her husband could not induco her to buy a new gown, nnd ho stooped to decoption in order to satisfy his pride. IIo bought her silk for C5 shillings a yard, but mother scruples by telling her it hnd cost only 40. Tho evening after sho had received it she displayed it with prido to some acquaintances. "Forty shillings a yard!" cried one. "Why, mndam, I would givo you five and forty for it nt this moment!" "Would you, inadnm? You Bhall havo it!" was tho reply, and tho guilty Sit Patrick, who dared not remonstrate, had tho well deserved pleasure of seeing the silk carried away by its now owner. Youth's Companion. 11 Drsenril. Tho finest train in America is conced ed to bo tho Southwestern Limited via BIG VQVH ROUTE to Now York nnd NOTICE. The Livery firm of Alford & McAfee, McKIn-ney, st with-outchan- NOTICES to-da- y TO THE LtADLES. NOTICE FOB. SALE go JACKSOIT 5 P- - J 73-- CARPENTER, well-know- n d first-clas- s .u4-gl- t, PWrftfr I -- Pure m Th.9 Florono Hotel, J. Pro'r., IJ-- o fflHfci PRICE, h. For Sale Cheap Privately. post-offic- e t Largost and Bost 1 1 Jv; . VV hv 4 f First-Cla- J. T. FARRA, uow-lan- d . REAL ESTATE m mmti m, 91-- and THE RILEY HOUSE WALLACE.E. y I have moved to my new Hotel land am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience desired. Give me a call. -yy FRANK RILKY. J. H. BAUGHMAN, FIRE AND STORM INSURANCE AGENT Representing -- Hartford, of Hartford.Conn.; "Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; 'Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. "be Tho I'rlzo Hackney. This horse, with a chestnut coat like satin nnd an eyoliko a beautiful woman, is Ottawa, tho first prize hackney stallion nt tho Columbian exposition. Greater spirit, foot and leg action, intelligence and endurnuco nro seldom combined in any ono horse. Ottawa is owned in Bowmnnville, Ont. Our Canadian neighbors have, there fore, snatched this prizo from tts, ' JAMES W. G1VENS Is 1 Candidate lor County Judge of Lincoln, sub ject to the action ol the Democracy. PROPERTY FOR SALE. 5'-I- Wlmhl -L- O. P. HUFFMAN Isucandldate for Jailer, subject tothe action of the Democratic party. He would appreciate your vote. Fine lllue Grass Farm ol jj)M acrea 00 pike and finely tmprvveu. s. Farm of 100 acies, finely Improved. Offered at law pnci. 4. Fine Hlue Grass harm, or tot aerr, in nign stale of cultivation, well impreved; o Iftred low e. THE GOFFEY HOUSE .ANFOHD, KV blue grasa Kirmol in aerrs. near n.. v.. siaiiou. land; will sell cheap. Good JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. not only maintain its high rtnutatiao, but to add to its long list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial tratelcrs and floe rooms for tht dlsploy of samples. .'AlFlrst-Clas- s Aad IIILLIARDand 37-1- 1 ife. JOHN M. JOHNSON It a Candidate for Assessorof Lincoln 'county subject to the actloc. ol the Democratic party. A Source of Kiiilmrriiksment. 'IciesjJrnmptly issued. Companies. All of which are pleased to wait o nmy friends in this line. Pol. Will insure against torna- Uc,-win- d storms and lightning. Lightning daus- sattsched without additional charge. Office at F'rst National Bank, Stanford. first-class I would iSrW -- "Dose new fnngled clothes dat do A. young gents is wearin makes mo tired," said tho young mnn who prides himself Is a Candidate for SherliT of Lincoln county, subon creating nn impre&sion that ho id ject to the action of the Democratic part) looking for trouble. J. CIVENS price and on easy terms. 8 to is. Town lots in Stanford In areas; to suit purchasers. acre fino farm wit I exee lent 17 Ninetv-thre- e mill, dwelling and oiher improvement, on pike, Large bluo grass farm, capable ol division Into smaller farms Desirable In every partiwi lar. OlTered low and oil very easy terms. .. r.nnl iwA.iinrv frame buildinc! well finlth- ed on Main itnwt, in F.aslern pari ef Stanfead Will stll at a bargain e feet front, aoo back. Small farm of 19 acres on Harming Fork. Will exchange for suial house and let or sell at low price on easy terms. 24 4 7. mileafromStanlotd; good llluegrats land; Hlue Grass Farm of 131 acres, on pike, two low This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now in my charge and I intend to conduct it m as to Saloon POOL ROOMS attached JOSKI'll COKFKY. miles from btanlord. "Dey mnke one man look jes' liko Yer can't toll wheddor yer goin np ngalnst er dood or a college at'lete. See?" Washington Star. nn-udd- 'What's do matter wit 'em?" DINIv FARMER I a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action ' the democratic party, tf Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., Miners and shippers of the GENUIMK COME to SEE ME. Having purchased the G. W. DEBORD Is a Candidate tor Jailer, subject to the action of the Democracy. Grocery , : Business T5?3&S OTTAWA. Original Jellico Coal. it. We are Ihn sale agent for Stanford nd Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and rml- road crossing 6 HinciNS A-- WATTS. Try A Horseman Who Excels. OT . W. Ramsey, lam Increasing the stock as at asjpossible and will soon have it Complete in Every Particular. Call at my store on Lancaster street and I will make it to your interest to trade with me. 3 dam is tho blood of tho most improved nud approved hackney breeding. but nobody grudges it to them, for it wns fairly won. Those who can attend the Madison Squaro Garden horso show in New York city in November will see Ottawa in nil his beauty. His siro was Lord Derwent II, and in both Biro nnd W. C. HUTCHINCS. A. G. Lanham Joha'TI. Cattleman. Live Stock I'olnta. Southern Now Mexico is developing ROYAL Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAN MANAGERS,; Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. MAGNETIC OIL! Cires IU1EUMATISM. NKUHAU UIA, Litmo Hack, Hpralns, lirulses. nwruiuKN, nun .huxu?, tui.iuau. UllAMl'd Inntnntiy. Cholera Jlor- - JOHNSON'S Internal and External. usll by magic. Instant Klllerol Pain. our, uroup.uipiuttria, HKADACilK, sore inroar, when tho work of this is dono nnd tho water supply is once provided it is there, aud thero to stay. An enthusiast who has begun tho business of breeding Clovelnnd bays in tho Pecos valley declares it is "simply impossible for a horso to go wrong there." Tho climate is dry and stimulating, liko tho best champagne, so that it is almost as impossible for n human being to "go wrong," so far as his physical health is concerned, as for a horse. Thoso who havo begun horso breeding in southern New Mexico aro confident that in a few years their district will rival California as a horso country. The cross of Dorset rams upon grade Merino ewes hns been found to bo n most valuablo one for tho production of mutton lambs ns well as full grown sheop. Tho blood of tho two breeds blends well. Tho Dorset lamb, with horns or without, npiiears to bo the ono that is going to bo most in demand for both winter nud spring eating. Tho rearers of market lambs will do well to lay hold of this into a magnificent horso rnising region. It is truo that irrigation isnecessarj'i but In every line of trade there is some man who for his superior skill or stands out knowledge of a certain branch of that trade. Such is the case with Chai, Marvin, the veterau trotting horse trainer, who was for S9 many years at Palo Alto, the farm of the late Hon. Stanford, and who is now with one of the largest farm in the Bast, that of Miller & Sibley, at Franklin, Pa. It was neer concedtd that Marvin was a superior race driver. There are drivers who can beat him at thct. Hut Martin is thought to be the greatest colt handler ol them all and the quickest man to get extreme speed out of a horse cf any age. His methods of training and conditioning horses more than anything else ate rereputasponsible for tbe success and world-wid- e tion of Palo Alto Farm and the Electioneer fam lyofhorses. Not many trainers have published a book. Marvin has pub.lihed one that la ably edited by a writer 00 one of the leading turf jour nals. and is one of the most valuable additions to turf literature. It treats of an interesting way of Marvin's methods of keeping, conditioning, pre pirlng, and training hotsei, and it relates many ol his personal experiences that both interest and instruct. An announceement in the columns ot trotting horse breeders' Journat, that Kentucky Stock Farm, published at Lexington, Ky., states that they are furnishing Marvin's Horseman who do well book with subscriptions. to send for a sample of the Stock Farm and read the announcement. nt bead-trainer d well-know- M. F. ELKIN, welllmproved, at a bargain. M. Small farm ol 80 acres, a miles Irom Stanford Is a Candidute for Assessor, subject to the action of the democracy. Fork, near 31. Farm of to acres on Hanging Turwrsville Fine Dlue gratsland, front, on pike, with good imptoemenls aud nice young orchard, l'rico low. and cottage, nicely and 31. conveniently located, near depot In London, Kv. dwellirg, fetir rinma In cottage, Nine rojms in btore house of 3 rcoms All new buildings. Also good barn. Lot aoox 300 feet Fine location lor store snd hotel. Will sell cheap an I on easy terms. Commercial McKlNNF.Y, I Hotel, KY. ey JNO. BRIGHT IsaCandidate for Assessor, subjectitoltne action of the Democratic party. Hotel. store-hous- e have bought above mentioned. Hotel at and have attached a Fixst-01a- s3 E. D. KENNEDY, I Bar aad Pool Room. the Hotel and to the office of Assessor, of Lincoln County, subject to action cf the At our Fruit Farms and Nurseries one mile West democratic party. as fine of Kingsviile, Lincoln county. We have handlt-d- , a stock of Fruit Treos as any man ever ready lor transplanting nto orchard and garden this Fall Orchard of Apples and Peaches will Is a candidate for Jailer, ubjeet;to thejlactlon of be assorted to suit customers at J10 per hundred. The trees are nice, the varieties the best. Kvery-thin- g the democracy. needed to mako home attractive and the children happy will be found here. For circulars address J. A. MeKKK&CO., Kingsviile, Ky. 64 I a for jailer, subject toj theaction of the old Jefiersonlan democracy. a candidate for Fruit Trees For Sale ! Have repaired and Jrefuruished am better than ever Prepared to Accommodate the Public. fpcial attention line Lhery and Feed Stable attached. ProprieU,,. JKSS ROUT, Manner. to Commercial Men. w.l.;dawson, G,lE. JOHN BAILEY, ITow Millinery. -- Orchard, Lawn Garden. Full stocks of fruit and ornamental trees, grape Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of vines, asparat us, small Irults, thruba, and every, the Democracy. thing usually fount! In a nursery ettabltshiurnt. We sell direct to the planter and have no agents. Catalogue on application. H. F. H1LLKNMKYKR, 63Lexington, Ky. m o cl the Taction Is a candidate for aller, subject-tthe dctnociacv. JOHN B. MERSHON W. W. HAYS, . Mrs. Kale Dudderar, ha re turned Irom the cities with an elegant line Jmt mil. of Iinery, embracing " My mother, - ALL OP THE NOVELTIES Of ihe ean, of which the will have lull control' She also engaged a Dress-Maker. -i Firt-Olas- s NW LEAVE Norfolk-Wester- n RB PETER HAMPTON, Is a candidate for jailer, tjte demociacy. ubject to tbe action 01 n 6 -- 0--0. Call and examine my itock of Millinery before buying and leave your order for your dretse. thanking you for past favor we solicit tain. MAUV DAVIS DUDDERAR. JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YEAGER, Schedule Nor. 19, 1893. NORTON DAILY SAM M. OWENS, Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, to the action of tne democratic riroary. sub-jec- YEAGER & YEAGER, t THE HORSE BRAND, the most Powerful nnd PenetratliuiIJuliucntfor Slat, or lieast la exUtcnce. Large II size 75c, cue. size sue Medicated and Toilet. The Oreat Skin Cura and Faco Beautlfle.'. Lndlea wUI find It o mot 3ellont and highly perfumed Toilet Soap on tho market. It la absolutely pure. Makes the ktuaoft and velvety and restores tbe lot complexion I la a luxury fur the Rath for Infnnta. uluys Itching, cleanse tlioschlp and proiaotes U10 growth ol hair, l'rico 25c. For sole by $&?titi&.'3 point JOHNSONS ORIENTAL SOAP. It A. n. PENNY, r Stanford ft mny take the place of red clover, which is chopjied nnd sonked sometime for poultry feed. The exquisite fra granconf tho svet clover, green ordried may lend flnv r to the meat. fragrant stage, for jonltry raisers to make the extierinieiit of cutting nnd curing it for tho fattening birds in winter, bo worth while uoxt summer, when sweet clover is nt its richost, most It will 12:50 p. m. for Graham DIuefield, Pocahonlai Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Sleeping Cars from Roanoke to Norfolk alto from Lynchburg to Richmond. Trains lor Pocahontas, Powhatan and Goodn ill leave Hluefield daily at 6 30 a m, ia 35 p ia. ub Leave Uluefield 6 30 a ra aud 900pm daily for la a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, enova ami Columbus, O., Chicago and all points ject to the action of the democratic primary. leeper on 9 00 p rn train lor Co vVest. Pullman Trains arrive at Norton Irorn the East daily at LMT, FEES AND SALE STABLE, T. D. NEWLAND, T. J. HATCHER STANFORD, E.Y. Blockland are well supplied with AT- We'arelnour newatablein the Opera Houia 11 Fir further information a to schedules, rate vc, apply to agents of Norfolk JiVestern If, Rall-'d- 40 a m. ;new rigs and;horses Barber Shop, Havdlcea purchased and nctbingOut urn juts will have In liable, first-cUte or ' vl'aaj, Agent. Gen, Fait. Agt Iloanoke, Va. F. I1RAGG, W. 'livil, L, I a Candidate fer Jailer of Lincoln county and ask hit friends not to commit themselves to any one else, aa he is forced to stay at home and work, His candidacy is subject to the action oi the Democratic party. Jesse Thompson's Ihere are three of the best Ilarber in the Slate excellent Hath Rnoms run (n conThere are ' nection. Ageit for Lexington SteamLaundry, Give them a Call, V , .' : .'. &X$rrr