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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893120801 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. vol. XXI. WILUAMSDURD, Semi Weekly Interior STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 8. 1893. WHITLEY COUNTY. Journal NO. 81 Letter v Tho mooting still continues nt tho Baptist church. There hns boon 51 nJ dltlons up to Tuesday. Our merchants havo brought on n larRo lino of holiday Roods ns if they did not oxpect tho hard times to o fleet their trade. Tho Troy Bending Co. had to closo their luiil (or a few diya last week on account of tho breaking of some machinery, but are running again now. There are several cases of pnoumo nia In town and vicinity, but no ono is seriously ill and wo hopo after winter comes and tho people become accustomed to tho cold there will be no further trouble. Prof. J. Charvon, a native Hindoo, this ia holding forth at the week. Ilia talks are amusing and some valuable information can be gathered from them concerning his natlvo people. There was a crowded house out to hear Rev. J. X. 1'reatldgo preach the Thanksgiving sermon at the Christian church. lie spoke from the toxl "Can yo not discern theslgns of the times." Ills sermon forcibly set forth our evils as well on our good qualities. On last Friday evening tho Christian Kndeavor Societies had a social at the Academy Home. There were about 130 present and a most enjoyable evening was spent. These societies for the young people havo a large membership here and are havibg an Immenso Influence for good. Mlwj Anna O'Mara has gone to Louisville to visit friends and relatives Messrs. K. K. Nelson, M. K. Pennington and Mliwcs Noll Freeman and Anna Fin London. loy spent Thanksgiving in Hon. 0. W. Lestor and S. V. D. Stout have returnod from Somerset, where they have been attending circuit court, Mr. T.O. Boono, of Somerset, is handling the typo for the Whitley County Herald now. G. A. Denham took pos Dec. 1. Mrs. eeesion of tho John I). Hall, of Middlesboro, is visiting her slater, Mra. Wm. Jones. court-house Post-ofllce Atlanta, Dec. 5th. I hnvo boon here " for ten days trying to take in tho town. Havo dono well not to let the town tako I shall go below in a few days; , mo in. i everybody goes below who leaves At lanta, but beforo going I propose to tell you of a few peculiarities of tho placo and Its people that moat people do not tell. Bill Arp says. "It in n town In i From Happy Jack. (Kdltor Interior Journal. J LIBERTY. ! Col. Silas Adams started to Washington, I). 0., last Saturday morning. Charley Sharp Is now confined at his home with a serious case of typhoid fever. We are In hopes it will have a favorable termination, as Charley is a clever young man. High water aud disagreeable weather did not prevont a largo crowd from bolng present here on Monday, the first day of the December term of circuit court. Senator A. It. Dyche, of the Mountain Kcho, was hero for the first time on that day, getting acquainted with tho people. He got a good list of subscribers from his republican friends and made nn agrooabtc Impresaion on those he came in contact with of the opposite party. Owing to being water bound, Judge Wallace Jones did not ar rive till too late to transact any biMinesi on that day, only to have tho docket read and prepare for the next day. On account of the now constitution not ma king tho proper legal provision for tho appointment of tho required jury at the last term, no jury was immoned, consequently the common8 wealth cases wore continued until tho next term. Nothing but chancery or civil cases therefore can he tried nt this tarm. Among tho noted lawyers from other places wo notice tho following in attendance: It. 0. Warren, Stanford; Judge H J. Breckinridge, Danville; Ury nnt Stone and J. K. Hays, Jamestown; John Uelden, Lebanon, and M. E. Tarter, county. Danvillk. Mrs. Ellen Gilmoro died at the rcsidenco of her daughter, Mrs. J. 8. Itoberts, on Harrodaburg avenun, of pneumonia', after an illness of about Mrs. Nanny Jenkins, two weeks aged 89, died of an attack of acute indigestion. Two children survive hfcr Mrs. Sally Bright, of Danville, end Mr. Mr. Clint Jenkins, of Huatonvillo Ewlng, eon of Samuel Ewing, of David , tho West End, and Miss Maggio daughter of John Collinsworth, of Casey county, were married yesterIt. J. Breckinridge, Jr., will sue day & N. for $15,000 damages becauso tho L. tho conductor would not let him go on to Louisville on a ticket that read to Lebanon Junction and put him off, refusing afterward to let him go for pay. Collins-worth- lf wants and wishes known and we hope h9 will not be disappointed: Dkakkst 8 anta: Please bring mo a little wagon two limber Jims, a bdy doll, aome picture cards, a pencil and tablet. I am a very good boy. Pleaae All this order without delay. I never my toys. Yours Truly, Boyd Woatherford, Hnstonvlllo. de-Btr- We havo received the following letter, la which tho little fallow makes his La grippe is prevailing to such an genuine alarm. Over 1500 cases havo been reported in the last throe days and many of the manufacturing establishments are put to serious inconvenience , to keep up their forces. extent in St Joseph, Mo., as to occasion which you can read Paradise Lost without a book" and I reckon Arp kuowfl nil about Atlanta can't tell what he knows about Paradise. Atlanta is just now engaged in putting on n fow pompous airs of a "finished town." There are many empty business houses not evon dignified with tho inviting sign board of "To Let," while on Bomestteots numerous residences havo their hospitable doors emblazoned with "To Kent" in letters that you could read in tho dark. It inlaid off far out towards Decatur, six milefl away, goes out in vacant lots a good ways toward Marietta, Lovejoy, Palmetto and Powder Springs, and If it were possible to pick up Now York nnd placo it on its unoccupied space her spread-eagldimensions, not then filled, would leave an aching void. Her vacancy, if filled, would more than depopu lato Georgia and mako the city of London appoar like a store, but she is not tho only town in this land of tho free and home of the brave, that the street cars have caused to spread herself until she Is entirely too big for her breeches. The capitol building is a beautiful and most imposing structure. It is built entirely of stone and curiously enough the appropriation of a million was not quite expended In its completion. Mirablle Jlctu one honest house on tho face of tho earth? I wondor if any other legislature could appropriate a million for a pig pen without leaving a few cracks for an extra appropriation. Perhaps it would bo well for Kentucky to think about this during the coming session of I believe I said I her Legislature. would tell you some of the peculiarities of Atlanta and her people. Isn't that peculiar? The legislative halls are furnished with every conceivable convenience and necessity which are made of the very beat material and in the richest taste. From its walls such characters nn Howell Bob Toombs, Alex. Stephens, Cobb, Ben Hill, my old cousin, William Harris Crawford, aud many others speak with tongues eloquent, patriotic and pursuasivu. In singular contrast with nil this cost and splendor, Georgia supports a 13,000 governor and supreme judge with '219 $1 per diem legislators to keep them company. I had not a bit better sense than to nsk one of Uioao old solons if it would not he better to cut down this lf representation and givo them 10 per diem. I wish you could havo seen him look At me! "Mr. Jack, don't you llvo In Kentucky"" I didn't ask He that man any more questions. looked and talked like a States rights man aud I am too. Everybody that tells anything about Atlanta tells of her 50 magnificent and beautiful churches filled on Sundays with congregations which sing, after n fashion: "Come ve who lovo tho Lord And let our joys bo one," Hut those spring-bottopens don't fit a poor man's anatomy at all and he hardly ever comes to share that "ono jov." I noticed the eugine-housstands close to the Episcopal church, which relieves this preacher of the duty of telling his congregation anything about the fire department. Dr. Henry McDonald, of Danville, fills one of these pulpits. I lovo to think about him; ho was at my father's funeral and my two Bister's weddings. They tell you of tho hospitable inmates of a thousand palatial homes, of the grassy lawns bedecked with roses and japonica8,o( a charity that fills a poor man's grato with coal, puts blankets on his beds, meat and bread on his table and clothes on his children, of the marble floored taverns supplied with with hard beds and gilt edge dishes, of the granite pavemonts and aBphalt streets and she has every one of these things including the charity but no one, I believe, has told of the fad the dude has of promenading these pavements on crutches. The most pronounc ed peculiarity I havo ever yet laid my two eyes on. Just think of a fellow run ning along the streets at a break-necgait with two crutches under his arm and not a thing ailing him when in the romote rear distance comes a man with Weston's speed yelling at him to wait. She has her pretty girls, too. I am an old roan, but you bet I look at a pretty girl when sho trips by with a neok tied like a boy's and I am just keen to swear that If I was a married man and she could beat me wearing breeches like ehe does a neck tie, I would swap clothes with her, but how would Stanford look with a male woman and a fomale man? They world hardly know themselves which was the mother of the baby, and of course the baby wouldjrg bothered at moal time. I cross-roads reckon after all wo will havo to keep old traditions in married life. Dr. Amos Fox, an Confederate soldier, wfio married Miss of Washinitton countv. who h. a full own cousin of the old bachelor Logans, of Boylo, is tho new Ho is ono of tho most higrily esteemed gentlemen of this place ond don't need this bragging on. Well, you aro growlntr tired. Mule are not in yet, outlook dull and buyers duller. Every ono of them coming back which is a favorite s day in Georgia. Good bvo Happy Jack. closo to tho post-maste- LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Ev-erh- art, r. ," busi-nos- ROWLAND. ! ! one-ha- e Tho "G. L. S.," a club of young people, has formed a permanent organization and promises a lively entertainment beforo long. Mr. James Greer has moved on Darst street. T. 0. Ball will open a Btock of goods In his store Jan. 1. Look out for curiosities. Mrs. W. L. Murphy has returnod from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Stucky, of Louisvillo. Mrs. Hugh Chum-le- y and Mr. Jim Hughes, of Louisville, aro visiting friends hero. Mr. Frank Parsons, of Lebanon Junction, visited his parents this week. Gen. Hobson, of Greensburg, Bent to J. W. Carrier for shipment to Uev. J. L. McKee, of Richmond, a pair of fine young dogs of remarkable stock. They aru half blood hound and half pointer. It is said that when ono of this peculiar breed discovers a bird he will catch it If does not fly vry quickly. I. Hamilton and Geo. D. Pope, who have been quite Bick, are out agrin. Mrs. J. W. Carrier is quito ill. Mrs. W. II. Dudderar is in Louisvillo visiting her son, Alexander M. F. Elkin was in our town Stnrdy shaking hands with his friends nnd ho has a host of them. On Wednesday, 5th, a large crowd was seen rushing up Main street. It was discovered that a modern Cain had concluded to kill John Cordler, but the latter seized a broom and playing tho woman, Bought to derour Cain. Words unlawful to utter were spoken, blows were struck and the crowd dispersed, as Cain sought a knife with which to carve his antagonist. Moro tears were shed than blood. The president's message is renlote with sound democratic principles and should bo proclaimed from every hilltop in the land as the only doctrine that will rescue the people from the financial pressure which has been brought about by pernicious republican legislation. Ho favors reduction in tariff on tho necessa ries of life, which is tho only poller that is consistent with human reason and justice, and its effect on tho country will marks period of prosperity. An article In the Itecord Homo-stea- d of last issue regarding an appointment to till a vaciiicy for county school superintendent of Garmrd was misleading, since itfl-iithat one of the puties, whoso name had bann offered for the place, did nnt have a State certificate and was ineligible. Injustice to the party whoso name was presented by a number of prominent democrats, it can bo said that tho new law does not require a Stato certificate, but a first grade county certificate qualifier; and tho party mentioned had two of very high grade, one issued Inst August. Tho appointing power was told of the certificate three days before tho appointment. If a Stato certificate were netvsiary and none wero in oxiatonco at the time of tho vacancy, what course would bo pursued except to hike a first grade county certificate or send for a special examination ? So the pretext on qualifications wont go. If it was a preference, it is all right. CHURCH Mr. nnd Mrs. Clayton Arnold have moved to tho OrAnd farm, near the Fork Church. Greon Little, a worthy old colored man, has been granted a pension at JO per month. The stores are filled with Christmas trix, but ;e can not say that they aro selling as lively as usual. The last grand jury didn't And a o Indictment for scllinz whisky. This Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and Warranted. Physicians' Is doing exceedingly well for a local opprescriptions carefully compounded. tion county. Before circuit court adjourned the commissioners appointed for tho purpose filled tho now jury wheel with 500 names. From theso will he selected the juries for tho next March term of the court. It is to be hoped that tho town trustees will prohibit the use of firecrackers, Roman candles and especially pistols on Owe us for subscription to this paper, and the label on each issue the streets this Christmas. It Is a great AT ONCE! wonder that some one has not beon tells whether you do or not, you MUST SETTLE killed by this foolish and dangerous It is a small matter for you to pay $2, but the aggregate is a very practice. Mrs. Margaret Yantis, wife of Mr. large one to us. Send us your dues as soon as you read this. Harvey Yantis, died at tho family o on tho Buckeye pike on Tuesday night. Sho was a very old lady and was highly respected by her many acquaintances throughout Central Kentucky. Tho funeral services will take ploce at tho Christian church this, Thursday, morning at 10 o'clock, after which the remains will be interred in tho Lancaster Cemetery. The Lexington Loader tells of a reception given by Miss Eleanor Bacon in honor of her guests, Miss Ohastlne McGregor, of Lcuisville, Miss Ellen Owsley, Every one invited to see our big line of Holiday Goods, of Lancaster, and Miss Fannie Keller, which was quite a handsome affair. Mia? Bacon and the receiving ladies stood in the drawing room. Miss Bacon's gown was of scarlet silk; Miss Mc Gregor wore white Paris muslin and lace; Don't lorget, same old stand, opposite the court-housMiss Owsley wore white mull over blue silk; Mies Keller black tulle. sin-gl- A. R. PENNY, Druggist - and - Jeweler. M STOCK COMPLETE IN EACH LINE. Jl Y (DIQH PATMWArlE SOMC2LTISB. resi-denc- Arie. e. 3 ' i . 1 Holiday : Display. Wo Bo MtoMOBlERTS, Ky. OPEN NEXT WEEK. CRAB ORCHARD. Pharmacist, Stanford, rented rooms of Aunt Clara Singleton and his family is moving in this week. Three children of Mr. Charley Ad ams are down with scarlet fever; one not expected to recover. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Chicken por is prevailing among the children, Beulah Carson and little 5U1 1893. John Chad wick being the last victims. Mr. Al Talbott, son of tho late Col. Full corps of Comervatorjr nd Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music A. Talbott, has moved here from Gum An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogue and circulars furnished on application. Sulphur and will open n butchernhop in of Mrs. A. M. Egbert. tho store-rooThere was a storm party Monday night at Mr. Beazloy's and tho youngsters report a fine time. Misses Henry nnd Austin, of Lancaster, nre the guests Mr. Beazley has Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September and m NO BLUFFT In order to reduce our stock by Jan. 1, Madam Nunnelloy's house caught We mean what we say. fire last Monday, but the olarm was giv- 1894, we have made some prices which are so en in time to save it. Our insurance ngent, J. II. Cummings, went immediately after the fire and cancelled the policy Bhe held, which was for $500. Misses Pauline and Lorena Hardin have both been sick for tho last week, but are better. Mrs. Kate Chad wick Dress patterns at greatly reduced prihas been confined to her bed several That it is plain to every one. days with rheumatism. Aunt Clara ces. Prices on some Cloaks cut half in two and all others at less than Singleton is visiting relatives in Garrard manufacturer's prices. Splendid line children's long Cloaks at very county this work. Mr. Beazley, our druggist, has been In bod for several days with a severe cold. Mr. John Buchanan has been quite sick since thanksgiving. Mrs. Stephenson is some better, but for sev- Hats and all heavy boots at Prime Cost. Gents' and Ladies Undereral days was unable to take anything less than you bny them elsewhere. See our gents' and lawear at except a few swallows of buttermilk. of Miss Lizzie Beazley. FAR BELOW our COMPETITORS LOOT - PRICKS. CALL AND SEE TIES Abe VanArsdale McRoberts. At a meeting of tho Ladies Aid Socio-t- y held Dec. 1, 1S93, the following resoMrs dies' vests at 25c Many other goods at prices much less than you have been buying them. AFFAIRS. TalmiiM's lecture on tho "Bright Side of Things" was heard by 3,000 peo- band-kerchi- ef Inski. ple at Hopkinsville, Wednesday night. Tho electric lights failed again Wednesday night and knocked the prayer meetings out. We insist that tho company furnish lamps andkerosene if it cannot supply theelectricity. During a religious ceremony In the Church of the Nativity at Bethlehem, in Judea, October 27, a quarrel occurred among the monks; one was killed and two were wounded by shots from a revolver. The Lexington Transcript prints this picture of a beautiful death scene: As Mrs. Laura Bain Morrison lay dying and faily and frionds were gathered about her, Btie wanted a song. Her Uncle Harvey Bain, whom she loved very much, sang with Miss Gussie Kennedy "Is Not This the Land of Beulah?" She said "Every word expresses the sentiment of my soul." Then Anna Bain, sister, knelt Mrs. Morrison's by tho bed and sang "'Tis so Sweot to Trust in Jesus." While strong hearts broke down in Jaobs, tho young sister, for a Bister's sjke, suppressed her grief The annual report of the Commisand sang soft and sweet tho words of sioner of Pensions bIiows that there are comfort. 000,012 pensioners upon the rolls, among Wyatt Norfleet shot and killed them 17 widows and daughtors of revo-- ' runken rflY,in Tu- - lutionary soldiers. The total amount Hooker lutions were adopted: WiiKRKAB, tho dear Lord, our most loving nnd tender Father, Whodoethall That what we have told you is true. A call will certainly convince things well, has takon from us a dearly you. beloved friend and faithful colaborer, therefore bo it resolved: 1. That in the death of Mrs. McRoberts tho Ladies Aid Society has been sadly bereft of one of its most dearly br loved, earnest and efficient members. 2. That we bow In humble submission to our Heavenly Father's will, knowing that His dealings are always wise and loving and His mercy from everlasting to everlasting, and though with sad At last. The consumer has been squeezed long and hard by the giand d hearts aud tearful eyes, we can say He ant monopolies of manufactories, but now the panic-scarremanufacturers and importers are dumping their products as all things well. doeth 3. That wo cherish the memory of her fast as they can, which means that prices are now being pure life, her unfaltering faith, her zeal and devotion to every good work and tho Bociety wishes to place on record its appreciation of her many womanly vir- Right and left, and the fellow with the cash can lay in his goods and tues, as well as her christian character. sell them far below old prices. I am happy to say to one and all that 4. That we extend our most heartfelt I have been one of the fortunate ones and have them in my house. By m pat by to the bereaved husband and new and fresh; no old stock or second-hangoods, rotten relatives, mingling our tears with theirs, They are with age or infected with disease, but fresh from the manufacat the same time letting the memory of the sainted life kindle such a love for turers. Read these prices and see the goods. All the standard brands the Savior that no matter what betides of Calicoes at 5c yard; Hoosier Cotton 5c yard. Men's Calf Shoes us here, we can rejoice in tho Lord al- $1, worth $1.50. Baby Shoes 25c, worth 75c. Children's Shoes 50c ways. worth Si. Ladies' Button Shoes 75c, worth $1.25. Ladies' Button SEVERANCE & SON. THE IARD ARE 07ER d ovr-loade- LAUGHTERED d Shoes 90c, worth $1.50. The largest and best selected stock of Clothing ever shown in Hustonville. I will also have a mammoth line of Ladies' Cloaks Oct 1st at half price. A full line of Family Groceries. Come early and get the best at auction prices. Respectfully, grya; Ul 1 3 .1 lit 'i U I diaburseu,vwas'$13017-10,-lG7.l-l- . r bio m rr 01 ' ill ,ot, JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. j: o - tMl five white-cap- s at Corydon, Ind. and gave that organization a decidedly black eye, have gono to Kansas to live. Twontyslx sailors on tho British Stanford, Ky., ship Jason wero washed overboard and drowned, Tuesday night, alter tho vessel went ashore off Eastham, Mass. W. P. An eastern syndicate of which II. L. Little, of Now Jersey, and Senator A. Dewalbridgo, of New York, aro leading spirits, has sent a par ty of 10 civil engineers to Morgan coun ty to mako surveys of recent nnd exWc have just received a letter from A. Urbansky & Co. tolling us to make room for the big line of It is a cold day when the L. & X. is pected heavy purchases of valuable coal Christmas Goods bought. So here's your chance. Wc will make prices to suit all who want any thirty president has fallen into a bad not reported to have gathered in n road and timber land. Tub hibit that of trying to say too much on or two, Tho latest is that it has about Southern' Female University at in our line. a diversity of subjects. His message concluded tho purchaso of the Knox-vill- e, Birmingham, Ala., was burned to tho Cumberland Gap it Louisville, ground Wednepday night, ttie loss becontains over 14,000 words, the longest ho has ever writton, and while eotuo of running from Knoxville to Cumberland ing $00,000. The young women barely it which deals with routine department- Gap, GS miles, nnd the Marietta and had time to get out of their beds and esal business may appear dull and prosy Xorth Georgia, running from Knox- cape. One received fatal burns and to the average reader, tho document will ville to Marietta, Ga., a distance of 20S Beveral others were moro or less injured Wo do not supposo that any bear the closest perusal, which it would miles. by jumping from windows. Boots, Shoes, flats, Caps, &c. You will save money by purchasing this week. Wc have an immense have much moro surely gotten had Kentucky constitutional objection can Tho Georgia Legislature Is for State stock and it must be unloaded and the man or woman who misses this great sale will be the loser. We lopped off of it. be urged to these purchases. about five columns been banks. Tho Houso by a vote of 121 to will quote only a few prices as our space is too small to give you prices of all our great stock. All caliTho paper begins by a detailed report of providing for the issuo of Xkws from Hawaii is to the effect that 15 passed a hill cos will be sold this week at 5c. Apron checked gingham, 5c, worth 7VjC. Dress ginghams 'Ac, SKc our relations with foreign countries in currency notes by State banks and, if 7 general and Hawaii in particular, though Minister Willis has decided, owing to present intentions prevail, tho Stato will and 10c. 4 papers of pins 5c. 500 yards spool of thread for 5c. Yarn 65c per pound. Zephyr 5c oz. it is not as explicit in detail with regard certain contingencies, not to carry out provido means and methods for testing Howev-e- r the instructions until he can hear again to the latter as was expected. tho constitutionality of the 10 per cent, he promises that that 6tory shall be from his government, after laying the tax on State bank issues. continued in his next, but for the pres- facts before it. A U. S. cutter has been The passage of tho tariff reform bill ent insists that a grievous wrong was sent from Snn Francisco with a repre ns RiMp(lilv aa nossiblo seems to bo the done that weak sister by the Harrison sentative of the Stato department aud it desire of tho democratic majority of administration, which in all justice is probable that in a week or so we shall Congress. A canvass of the mombers worth $1.35. A good heavy pair of blankets $1.35 that can not be bought elsewhere under $2. Our The country is hear something definite from that trouought to be righted. now at the capital shows no opposition Cloaks, Clothing and Hoot and shoe stock which is complete is in this clearance sale. Don't miss this congratulated on the repeal of the Sher- blesome country. Wc will certainly offer on tho democratic sido to tho Wilson opportunity. man law and temporary expedients in Thk cockles of tho heart of "Jimmy bill as a wholo. There will be efforts to financial matters advised against. The Marrs," as Judge Durham always calls amend it, hot tho bill will go through earnestness with which ho denounces him, must glow with gladness over the substantially as it is. pension frauds shows that the president good -- Mrs. Josephine Honry will present things tho newspapers are saying is not to be scared from his position br about his return to tho profession. Veri tho following appeal to tho next Legisla the bark of tho curs, who failed to eervo ly mere is moro joy over one sinner tnat ture signed by thousands of women and the country in war and ure doing their repenteth and turneth from tho error of men: "We, the undersigned, citizens of : : best to bankrupt it in peace. Says tho his way than over tho ninety and nine tho Commonwealth of Kentucky, do president: "Every name fraudulently who went not estray. most respectfully petition your honoraCO., A. URBANSKY put upon these rolls is a wicked impoII. ble body to enact a law for the protecsition upon the kindly sentiment in vanity of life and the emptiness tion of girls, by raising tho age of conThe which pensions have their origin; every of professions are daily demonstrated. sent from 12 to IS years." chestnut colt, Pearl Song, for $7,500 and fraudulent pensioner has become a bad Samuel Jones Tilden, was unablo to The unexpected republican out- $ 2,500 additional should ho win the Amei-ica- n -Hevery false oath in support of a make a will that could run tho gauntlet citizen, i break on Urn Hawaiian question was Derby. Lexington Press. pension has made perjury more com- of the courts, and now the eminent scimade inltho Senate by Senators Dolph Fire destroyed Nat Union's stablo at ' mon, and false and undeserving pen- entist and chemist, Tvndall, dies of an and Hoar. The former criticised the Uurliagton, la. The valuable trotting sioners rob the people not only of their overdone of chloral. Truly the greatest president in a partisan spirit and the lat- stallion, Republican, 2:101, valued at money, but ot tlie patriotic sentiment of us are but miserable excuse-)- . "OlJ.Gr ter introduced a resolution calling for $2,000; Sam Keith 2.21 J, $2,500, and ai f which the survivors of tho war, fought copies of instructions given to ministers dozen other valuable horses were burn Can any of our contemporaries give us preservation of tho Union, ought for the la Receiving Hia and naval officers in regard to Hawaii ed to death. Tho Iocs is estimated at to inspire." If these words be treason, any consolation concerning the Stocksince 1SSI. The resolutions went over. $50,000; insurance $2,700. Tramps set let the camp followers, the sutlern and ton Medicine Co. at Nashville? K. S. V. : : The superintendent's report of tho the bull ling on fire. the bounty jumpers make the most of P. operations of Central Kentucky Lunatic Tho moat brilliant Bile of thoroughit. The civil service hobby still stays NEWSY NOTES. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give mc call. Asylum for the year ending Sept. 30th bred horses ever held in Lexington with the president and he is especially showing for came to a close yesterday oodard x e It is estimated that tho coal strike presents a most creditable eloquent on its good effect in the department. The army needs re- in England, just ended, cost $150,000,-00- 0. that institution. Tho year began with Shanklin receiving numerous congratu 877 patients; 314 wero admitted during latiotia on the success of their venture. organization, but there should be no inJohn Delfino, an Italian who killed the year, making 1,191 under treatment; One hundred and thirty three head sold crease in numbers and in the navy unfinished work should be completed be- a woman, was electrocuted at Sing Sing 217 wero discharged, leaving 012 at the for $71,205, averaging $515. Vagabond, beginning of the now fiscal year. A the sire of tho Brooklyn handicap win- Have open and ready for your inspection an fore more is undertaken. The Wilson Monday. immense assortment of Prof. Tyndall, the noted scientist, large number of improvements have ner brought only $50. Press. tariff bill is approved and its passage urged at as early a date as is practical. died Monday at his homo in Hoslemere, been made and most of tho labor, skilled No Quarter and unskilled, required to make them 'Tariff reform is directly before us England. will do you as much good as the one A fire at Irvine destroyed T. H. Ba- has been performed by the employes Nothing so important claims our attenthat buys Dr. Price's Pleasant Pellets. presents it- ker's livery stable and contents and two and patients. All tho brick for these This is what you get with them: An tion and nothing so clearly adjoining. improvements, amountingto over 1,200,-00- absolute and permanent cure for constiself as both an opportunity and a duty Bilious Attacks. Kremer, for years Wharfmaster was made by tho asylum people pation, Indigestion, aa opportunity to deserve the gratitude quite a power in Louisville local politics, themselves, besides $1,000 worth of brick Sick and Bilious headaches and nil deof our and a duty imrangements of tho liver, stomach and has been sold, and 300,000 remains on bowels. Not just temporary relief and pro- died suddenly Wednesday, posed upon us by our The Hopkinsville Kentuckian, which hand for sale or use, as tho institution then a worse condition afterward but fessions and by the mandates of the And you arc cordially invited to call and sec them while the stock is help that lasts. people." To provide for tho loss in keeps tally, says 101 men hayo been may need. hung bv mobs in the U. S. this year. unbroken. revenue that tho bill will occasion, a COUNTY. Don't hnwk and blow and spit, but At Erie, Pa, Edward Cady, a morMT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE small tax on corporate incomes is use Dr Sago's Catarrh Remedy nnd bo and greater economy in the ad- phine fiend, shot and killed two of his Soro and watery ejes seem to be ep- cured; 50 chiUk; of druggets. children and then ended his own miserministration of tho government urged. idemic here. The whole document bears the impress able life. Tho case of Singleton brothers for Tho Long Branch cottage presented of a man who having assured himshooting at officers has been passed till ARTICLES OF If you do not, try ours, self that ho is right, goes ahead with an to President Grant by G. W. Childs and circuit court. Wc arc now receiving our winter goods others, has been sold to Mrs. E. S. Price eye single to tho good of the country. such as W. Nesbitt, W. -- On the sick list, J. for $35,000. J. Nnwcomb and James Gentry, flios Ol Cleopatra Lorfg--- No 4). of United Ilrothers Seventy-fodeaths in London duWukn n congressman makes himself of Friendship almost indispensable as Gov. McCreary ring the past week are directly ascribed Taylor is better. Know All Men lly These J'resents, that we, JoTho instruments for tho O'Mullen seph S Rcid, IJ. C Jack man, Abe .Shanki, Send has done, his constituency can not hon- to the grip and the total number was lluckner, Walker Sutton, Jme Carpenter, (Iludnut's,) Carolina Rice, Focrstcr Cakes and Crackers, brass band have arrived and the ten Wade. Frank Adklnt, Miller Ilroadus, W DJerry or him too often. But tho people of 300 above tho weekly average. Hugh lUker. Jol.n Green Helm, John Helm, A gang of robbers have become so members are practicing. the "Bloody Third" seem to bo of the Cook.Mnilh Embry. Wra Jones ami Robt, Lytle, Little BeBsie Poynter was told that all rcildentiof Lincoln county, Kentucky, here mpreesion that they have given their desperate around Wooster, O., that tho and the lime scattered ovor the yard was to by associate ourselves together State become P. J. and Imported Maccaroni. Nice Assortment of of Kentucky, under the laws of the man Goodnight all he deserves and citizens are providing themselves with Candies Fruits purify the atmosphere. She imparted for the purpose hereinafter expressed and adopt and Nuts. is a decided feeling for a change. blood hounds to track and capture the there the following articles of incorporalian, the information to a friend that it was to I. The name ot the corporation shall be CleoAt least that is the impression the poli- marauders. patra Lodge, No. 43, of the United llrcthcrs of The first measure to pass both "manure the atmosphere." friendship. ticians who are anxious for his place are to tho city SatII. The principal place of business at Stanlord, M. O. Williams went trying to creato and numerous of them houses of Congress at this session is the Kentucky. Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries. urday. Mr. Other Sweeney has return11. The general nature of the business t be are entering the race for the succession. House joint resolution appropriating be the diving ol aid to members Mr. J. II. Brown waB transacted shall i50,000 to enforce tho registration fea- ed to Parksville. who are sick or distressed; the prodding of fund, here from Parksville a few days since. therefor and for the buriat of the dead mid the re It seems that tho president is deter- ture of the Geary Chinese act, who are Indiliefoftno membership ( was ho gent and needy, and to geuerally, with the Grand mined to have a Horublower on the Tho World's Fair board will pay the Jonathan Mullins, whose face its charitable Langford's, Lodgeofthe Order Inas come within undertakings, supreme bench. He has renominated Jackson Park commissioners $200,000 or badly injured by a blast nt and to do such things the acopo of and benevolence. bis man, whose confirmation was huug $250,000 for taking off their hands build- Borne weeks since, and whose eyesight charityThu corporation boinjr organised for charitaIV. up by the Senate during the extra ses- ings und other betterments that cost up- was thought to have been destroyed, is ble purposes only, it is to have 110 capital to. k or to sion. As Brer. Hill has heard some- ward of $20,000,000 and tho White City now able to aeo and he is on tho road to stockholders; but each person who contributes be he corporation the sum of seven dollars shall permanent recovery. Mr. G. T. Farie, deemed a member and untitled to a.l the benefits thing "drap" since then, ho will likely will Boon bo razed. is such, so long as he shall comply with the rules not be eo ready to tie up nominations of the corporation and pay such dues, fines and The opening of this Congrees differs of Lancaster, was with us yesterday. as shall be mado against the members for spite in the future. Willis Adams sold to James Whito assessmentsto time lor its support. from the ordinary first regular session. from time V 'Ihe corporation shall comrnrncc from tho Iu conscqnenco of the extraordinary all that portion of the Jack Adams farm filing ot'these articles in the proper olllce for recWHAT DOES IT MEAN? The Lehigh Valley strike has been session the officers of both Houses have lying north of the railroad and west of ord and terminate . tthe expiration ol twenty five Js5i years. declared oil and the strikers are glad to bejn placo of somechoaen and committees appointed. this place. The entire Wruit VI. Ihe affairs of the corporation are to be get what places they can. The strike Directors, to be I I". bv a nil . S.rf't. I . tUDStlt Ni(Kiiu thing more than a hundred acres will bo ted annually, Hoard of five mtho lawful merahx.elec lL liorlMt Work can, therefore, begin at onco. frcm atid by scf was to forco tho company to recognize into streets and town lots by the the corporation, at their nrat meeting in iJcomlxr One span of the L. & N. bridge over laidofi And the labor unions to which tho men beSOLID VESTIBULCD TRAINS Buildings will be begun of each year. er, a at the lime time there snail be tho Barren river at Bowling Green gaye purchaser. Deputy Master, a Secretary elected a Mas longed and it has resulted most disas. lrftiii!lof '".I.j,Tit jsAlnM. ThMyst. fi. 11. t . .L i"J . T an Assistant Secretary and a Treasurer, which and way by the breaking down of a freight shortly and Mt. Vernon's growth in tho last named officers snail be the executive officer T..i. ". tl.rM.li ..r. in..n I." A"" n I. running Una trously. This is a bad year for strikes .jhm I.nt .iu.i".7... , .f"Y.;.i. fill of tho corporation, and II IlLpaviiM.st various cirandl2 cars fell though and were future is assured. Heretofore the trou- at the stated meetings, shall ail the which chairs '.""n.r ' , ""ri rnn Ir ShJi.r.m. '. i t A.k ""," m'"rl of any kind, especially sentimental ones. of and ofliccrt . IHH1UCI.Q burned. The engine and caboose failed ble has been the lack of school facilities shall hold office tor one year and until their sue lto tiUVulml trslus l all Smth. w r. Ki.VEAitinv, 1 and on account of land holders refusing cessors are elected to ami qualified. the he Treasurer Tub trial of the assassin of Mayor to go down and nobody was hurt. shall be required faithful pi Ota'l I Wr Sf tat, Cuubmatl, O. tfive bond for 'ow both obstrucot duty, in such sum as shall be fixed by Boll at any price. Gov. Le welling, of Kansas, who used to Harrison is in progress at Chicago nnd the constitution and Ihe corporation! QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. it is hoped that a speedy verdict of death to be a tramp himself and is still one at tions are being overcome. iniu uu'tci 10 noiu gaino until thu snail ai uutc December The saidolllcers and Hojpl election in oAM heart, says the vagrancy lav?, which will bo reached. The cowardly assassin shall have such duties and powers as shall be as. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. signed them by the rules and to be displayed a little too much method in provides that persons found guilty unadopted hisdiubolic.il work to corroborate his der it ahull work on tho rock pile, shall The properly of the J. T. Ilocker bought of Ed Peyloi' to VII exempt privatocorporate debts. members Is be from Murderous cranks not bo enforced while he is governor. plea of madness. of corn at $2 delivered. 50 barrels VII Hie indebtedness of the corporation shall must be taught another lesson. A. J. Stuhrk, of Louisville, is a man F. P. Bishop sold to tho Glenn Ma not exceed nvo tnousanu dollars. have perpetual IX. The said corporation shall of sorrows aud acquainted with grief. ry Coal Mines 30,000 pounds of hay at succession, the right to sue and be sued In tor. Ci.EVKLA.vn may not be authority porate name to have a common seal, to makn Mr. He moved to that city from Owensboro C0q delivered. contracts, to acquire property and transfer same on grammatical questions, but ho is a two years ago with a wife Iocs-iand 12 chilF. P. Bishop sold 100 barrels of corn at its pleasure as asapmate Individual for ih tabllsh rules and regulations pretty safe kind of a man to follow on dren. Since that time tho wife and 10 to parties at $2.10 delivered aud government of its members and shall possoss all different those as well as political, so when he of tho children have ine powers 01 anouy corpora v. died, all of con- bought 10 hogs at 5c. X The corporation shall hate the right to reMY says the "United States is," we are sumption. members 01 The sale of Yo Tatnbien to Georgo ceives! association,the present members is tho which this formed, ready to make oath that the proper way - They will swear to anything. In a Hankins ia off. He telegraphs from without the pnyment of the membership 1Y0, as it succeeds to all of the property ol said association. to speak of "thorn" is in the singular ponsioncaso on trial at Springfield, 111., Memphis that the maro is not sound In testimony whereof, witness our signatures number. this list day of November, &j. 250 witnesses have sworn that a man and the deal is off. J. S. Ueld, AbeShtnks. Goods arc- Simon Weihl bought in Clark counw it. loner, V. C Jackiiun, It costs more than a million and a called Benton was injured at Shiloh; 150 hcott lluckner, J. M. Ilroailus. half dollars a day to run the Federal that the real Benton was killed and bur- ty 251 head of export cattle at from 3? to I. M. Wade. W. K. Atkins, Henry Salter. Lilian! Fisher. government and this is comttantly in- ied, and 75 that Benton was in Nashville, 4. He bought 150 of N. P. VanMeter, lohn Cook, Si, Smith Kmbry, creasing. No wonder President Cleve- Tenu., during the war aud saw no set- - 100 at 4 and the rest at 3jc. ym. ij. larum, r James (Jarneptcr, Robert LylleJ O. Elmer Railey eod,.to, (Uiareal land calls for a greater economy in the vice at all. juiiu uciui, ' tvamer auttoD 'f I 'ai Win. and Sam Conrad, who killed Hughes, of Chicago, the james urccn, Hugh Ilaker. administration of public affairs. Semi-Week- ly 6 OB 8 PAGES. EVEKY PBIDAY. Senator Hill never loses a chance to show tho smallness of his nature. Ho can never forgive Mr. Cleveland for getting nearer to the popular heart than ho Decembeu 8, 1893 can, so ho improves every opportunity to give him a dig. In the Senate, Wed uesday, ho joined tho republicans in WALTON. criticizing the course of the admlnistra tion in tho Hawaiian affair and said that tho president had disappointed the peo-plby hisfniluroto go into details on the question, Interior Journal flightiest Clearance Sale I OUST o RECORD. Dry Goods, Clothing BLANKETS 90C PAIR, THE LOUISVILLE STORE. & Pror. T. ItANEY, Manager ( ..4RUPLEY,- J FALL AND: WINTER GOODS. post-offic- FARRIS & HARDIN, bar-roo- 0, Holiday Goods, fellow-citize- ns d Bug-gest- fl-- at UWUti, Do You Get Good Coffee? ur , Cracked Wheat, Oatmeal, Homicy, lar-dit- T, iucoi-porat- cd California Canned and Evaporated Fruits, to-w- lt McZINNEY BROS., 17 23 90 -- . 109 I con-duct- . I T.i...iii,,.L..nr;' " '... ( . 1111 by-la- & 111 IKTZETW" g d by-la- ry f.-- FALL WINTER Come anclslSec. H. J. McROBERTS. GOODS two-year-- '' ?" All In. U-- ,W -.- l Semi-Week- ly InterioRJouknal 1803 (Looniy Korplxxllncs. Tho fin est trsin in America is conced- THE OLD Stanford, K v., Dcoemijuu 8, W. P. WALTON. AmmmMGM, mmm&mmi 3SfcW?.s5'- - .$ Tm-y-nr-olil .. . S-,- c "Velvet will bo worn ns much ns over ed to bo tho South w stern Limited via this winter," said tho wifo of a promi- BIG FOUR HOUTE to New York and nent New York journalist who wns Boston. rending a fashion journal. This magnificent Wagner Train has tho velvet thero left on tho collar of my last winter's been built wipecially for pervico between 1 JACKSOXT SAM JJ. SEOT7SB, KENTUCKY. 5i-6- m FOB. SALE to I WARNACK, Pror. "Yes, nm nfraid is London, - . On this doctors dou't disagree It may bo regarded ah nn nBMired fact that the doleg-itfto tlio Pun American ConRrres At Washington, who travel over tho Oil osipoikoA Ohio IUU way will, with one accord, praise Its scenery and train Horyico. There is nothing in tho way of lovely mountain views and picturesque valleys of tho Virginias, to compare with that through which the Ohio Itailrood passes. Tiiero U nothing of historic nature in America as great as a trip through the Virginias and thcro is no other railroad (a America superior to the 0. k 0. in tho tmooth-noand stability of its tracks, the P. F. V. Vestlbulo Limited being one of tho famous trains of the world. The Gheea-peakA Ohio passes through Dull Run, ManaMuia and other noted battle fields and is in all respecta tho best route for and South-Wethe West, North-WeCapital. For copy of to tho National Virginia in black and white, free and fall information regarding rates and train service, address C. I). Ryan. Aasis tant O. P. A , Cincinnati, Ohio. Cbca-apoako- overcoat will bo moro worn than over before tho robins nest ngain," was tho DOMINO, THE RACE HORSE. jiensivo reply of tho molder of public Kiiimcr opiuiou. Texas Sifting. to la tlm (lrentnt , America I luii rrotliicril. Below Is n picture of tho Kceno Bros. ConJ cal Tmints. Domino, tho ntcor, who rnmlo for his Charley You. never cared for mo. owners this ycur $17t5.7;H), tho liirvht Jenny Why did I mnrry you then? mm ever won by 0110 horso in ono year Charley From motives of grntitndo. in this country. Jcnuio Qratltudol Gratltudo for Domino hns never lven beaten. What- what? ever ho may do or not do us n maturo Chnrloy Grntitudo for having mado yon your only projwsnl of innrrioge. liarriugton Bulletin. o DOMINO. and in Refitted and Cincinnati, Now York and Boston, run- pared to attend refurnished of the everr wav prepublic. Rates the wants ning through solid to these cities with- very reasonable out change of cars Composed of Elegant Coachrs, Wsgner Sleeping Cars, Li D. S. JOHN B. DeNAIIDI, brary and Cafe Car, and Hotel Dining old stand ol J. II. Green, in At the Car it hns become famous. Complete in Carriage Painter and Trimmer, all of its appointments it is to day tho Hustonvlllo, - - Kentucky, All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and re"king of the road." style Plain and ornamental Would be glad to see his numerous friends and paired In FurniSigns Satisfaction guaranteed In both workmanshow them his It leaves Cincinnati at 0:00 p. m, daily ture, Saddlery, slock of goods confuting of Farming ship and price Shop on main street, over Wm, Hardware, Uuggies and Daughcrty's blaekirmth shop, Stanford, Ky. from Central Union Station, making con- Implements. Give him a call. all through trains from the nections with ...STANFORD., South and lands passengers in New York City nt Grand Central Station, avoiding UVK7, FEES AHS SALS STABLE, I will open on January i5th, tSoj. a ferry transfer. When you go East take Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ol A fluarded Answer. ersey milk to the people of Stanford and train. "Now confess, McIJriilo, do you hold this B. Martin, General Passenger and At John Mnefee's new brick on Depot stieet, by at tho following prices, delivered: D. your wifo on your lnp ns much now as Ticket Apent. Fresh Milk, per gallon o cents RAMSEY, when you wcro first married?" asked Skimmed Milk, pir gallon 10 cent E. O. McCormick, Passenger Traffic Who wilt stall times be glad to accommodate all lutter Milk, per gallon .. 8 cents Barlow. Maunger. am with good rigs at reasonable rates. My 'liui twill "Well, Darlow," replied McDrido, "to I will make two trips dally. The patronage oi the a3 . P. Main, an dealer public Is solicited. G. A. PEVTON, tell tho truth, I boliovo she sits on tno In Mr Moines, Iowa, extentive ral estate one of meet all K. C. trains. Ues narrowly etcaped yr. oiStanford, Ky moro now than then." Detroit the severest attacks or pneumonia while in the rntlier part ol tbat Mite during a recent bits SPLENDID FARM nortbern Freo Pre&s. Saturday Review. Mr tllalie had 75-t- My farms, adjoining. Very near Kingsville station. One or either of them. One containing a little over ot acres, the other 110 acres. All highly improved with good residences barns, Ac. Call and see them, a.ooo young bearing fruit trees, apples and peaches on the qi acre farm Old age and infirmities my reason for wanting to sell. All unincumbered. D. M. CREIGHTON. I Kingsville, Ky. CARPENTER, well-know- n first-clas- s 47-- $ First-Cl- as Row-an- d J. W. Pro'r., m -t st st his record ns n will probably stand uneqtialed for somo timo tocomo. It will not surjirlso anybody to know that Domino is Kentucky born nnd bred. lie was foaled on tho farm of Mnjor D. J. Thomas of Lexington. Victory bas parched nuin on tho banner of tho Kentucky horso breeder this year. Domino's eiro was Ilimyar, hla dnm Mmmlo Orny, n daughter of Enquirer. Domino is a black horso. It will be interesting to know that as n yearling Domino was not considered very promising. It was mid of him that ho wjw too Miiall and that his forelegs wcro weak. All tho namo they got them. They brought tho winnings of tho Kceno stnbles this year to tho top of tho pile. Domino's trainer it William Lakoland; his rider usually Tarnl. hortM?, Very Llttlo IMrnsure In Lorinda Hluoberry Did you 'njoy yonVo'f at tho fair, Mistah Sominio? Cnl Sominio Well, cand'ly, Miss Lorinda, I can't say 't I did. Dere's sich a heap o' t'ings fer ieoplo ter look at dat I didn't 'tract uo Borter 'tention ertall. World's Fair Puck. VtVll Up In It. "Barker is going to teach mo bookkeeping," said young Jarloy. "Well, bo's just tho man to doit," said It. lard, aajs the occasion to drive several miles during the storm and was so thoroughly chilled that he wu unable to get warm, and Inside of an hour after his return be was threatened with a severe esse o( Dneumonla or lune fever. Mr Ulalreaent to the nearest drug store and got a bottle ol Chamber lain's (.ough Hemedy, ol which he nsa often heard, and look a number of large dotes. He says the effect was wonderful and in a short time he was breathing quite easily. He kept in taking themediclne and the next day was able to cotne to Ues Moines. Mr. lllaire regards his cuie as simply wonderful. For sale by W II. McKoberU, Druggist, 6tan ford. For Sale Cheap Privately. THE K. B.RILEY HOUSE HILKY.jProprletor, Iwlll sell privately My Splendid Farm of 150Acres, London, - - - Kentucky. I have moved to my new Hotel land am bettat ever to Situated t miles South of Stanford. This farm 6repard thanattached accommodate the public and every convenience Is in a high state of cultivation and has plenty of Give me a call. acres. Has the best ol water. All in grais but 40 77 FRANK RILKY. the very best of improvements. Stanford, Ky. W. W. HAVS, Xjj tf W. H. MILLER. J, H. SOWDER. THE P. 0. MILLINERY. Call at the post-offi- Strength and Health. feeling strong and healthy, try Electric Hitter. If La Grippe has lelt ou weak and weary, ue Electric llittcrs Thiaemedy acta directly on the Liver, Stomach and Kidneya, s. gently aiding those organs to perform their If you are afflicted with Sick Headache you will rind speedy and permanent relief by taking Electric liuters. One trial will convince you that this is tha rsmedy you nel. Large bottles only joe at A. It. I'enny's drug store. tunc-nou- MILLER & - SOWDER, Dawson. "I lent him a copy of Watson's poems a year ngo, and ho's kept it ever hlnco." Harpor'B Bazar. No Ifyouarenot REAL STANFORD, -:- ESTATE - KENTUCKY Journal Building. room and see the Dealers and Brokers, Office Interior Largest and Best Selected Stock Of Millinery In town. bound to please you. 10 Ilespltc The goods and prices are IWr Cnttio Outlook. Mrs. Bolus You havo been nndor Dr. Probo's caro for eurs, haven't you?" Mrs. Lightweight Yes. Ever sines ho begnn doctoring mo. Brooklyn Life. John D. Cattleman, A. C. Lanham MRS. P. T. COURTS. La Grlppo. During the prevalencs of the Grippe the put seasons it was a noticeable fact that those who do-C troub-lejonie property' for sale. COME to SEE ME. Having purchased the JfhsoJatdy m.?mft7 f Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Higcst of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. ROYALAKING POWDER 00., 100 Wall St., New York. HAW Western R! Schedule Nor. LEAVE t, iljj. NORTON DAILY lllurfteld, 1'ocahoalai Lynchburg, Kichmond and Norfolk. Sleeping Cart from Rosnoko to Norfolk alio from Lynchburg to Klcbnoad. Trains tor I'ocahootai, Powhatan and Gootn will leave Ulusfield dally at 6 jo a m, u jj p tu. Lsavc IllueGald 6 j a m and 901pm dally for K.nova aixl Columbus, O , Chicago and alt potnti Weil. Cullman 'toper on 900 p m train lor Co Train arm. at Norton Irorn tha Kait dally at 11 40 a m. I')r furthr Information aa to schedules, ratal Ac, apply to agenti of Norfolk A Weilrrn W. U.HKVILL, Grn. Tan. Agt Itotnokt, Va. M K. IIRAOO.Trav. 1'ast. Agent. Rail-oad- 13:50 p tn (or Graham lurobus. .IK VOU ARK GOING..,. . li NORTH WEST, .....thk Louisville a. NasjHVIlir. R. R. li th line for you, ai In Double Daily Trains Make cloit connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all poinU. THROUOHrriCKETS SOLD. IIAOUAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information Or W. W. PKNN, I rav. e JOES ltll Agcni, Ky Stanford, rail Agent, City, Ky Junction jqulrt of CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia J K Baltimore, New York, And all other Haitern Cltlei. Shorten Line between Louisville, Ltnngtonnd Haitern Potnti. IN EFFECT NOV. t, tS. Lve. Leslngton 7.1511m Atlantic Eiprets No. la, daily Midland Accommodation, no. 10. ex. aun.11.40am 6.13pm Veitibuled Eipren, No. 34 daily Mt. Sterling Accom., No. aS, ex. Suu ........ 5.30pm EAST HOUND. WESTBOUND. Arr. Lexington: Lexington Accom. No 7,ex Sun i oom 11.40pm Louisville Eipreis No. ai, dally Leaington Accom. No. t$, ex Sun... ......... 4 ijpm 6. 10pm Veitibuled Eipreti No: aj, daily Solid Vntibuled Train 1 with Dining Can. N but Maulers. Through Sleepers from Lexiugten without 'YaW. FULLFR, C. n. RYAN, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agt., Oen. Pan. Agt, Tho iinmenso llwvls of cattlo steers, cows, heifer, bulls and calves of all conditions from primo fat to skin poor, that havo been thrown upon tho market during tho patt year or two can mean nothing else- than that tho ranges nro being gradually depleted of their stock. It must Imj a practically unlimited supply that could stand tho drain of tho past two years without having its owcr for turning oft increaso considerably diminished. If merely tho Increaso wero being marketed, thcro would bo Btnall hojw of nny betterment In price until tho demand Increased materially, for tho supply from tho permanent stock on tho ranges would bo a constant ono und would servo to hold prices down. Tho fact is, howovf r, that everything is going. Tho lessened supply has not been mado plainly manifest yet, for tho reuMin that tho breeding stock has been coming along with tho steers, but tho breeding stock must soon begin to run short, which will directly result In a shortage of steers also, for tho marketing of each cow lessens tho future supply of steers by tho number that sho might havo raised hnd sho remninod upon tho range How soon this condition of affairs will result in a change for tho better it is impossible to say. There nre other things that must bo taken in determining tho future of tho cattlo trade Tho number of cattlo on tho farms of Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Iowa aud tho other western states has rathor increased than diminished during tho past fow years, nnd tho supply of steers from theso farms is enormous. Tho fact that thorn is but a email margin of profit on Mich nuimal, or jmssibly nono at all, Eeems to havo no iuilucnco on tho number ot' steers that aro raioed. 1'vcry farmer must havo certain number of cattlo to jwisturo off Ids waste land in summer nnd to eat up his rough feed in winter, and this number ho will keep whether thcro is any particular pay in it or not, Tho supply from this source will bo n constant ono and will Fervo to retard tho coming of tho shortago which has been predicted. Tho outlook then is nlwut this: Tho supply of rnngo cattle, the heavy marketing of which at certain seasons of tho year and nt other irregular intorvals, determined by tho condition of jKisturago, tends to depress prices nnd nt best to render them very ficklo, is being lessened nnd will in timo ceaso to havo nny marked influence on tho market. On tho other hand, tho Bnpply of cattlo in small bunches on tho farms is not being lessened, nor is it likely to bo. A man in tiio cattlo business must calculate on the closo comiietitiou of theso herds for a long timo probably forover. Cattlo can bo raised on western farms so cheaply nnd in such grent quantities that scarcely nny condition of affairs candrivo prices up to tho pitch of nino or ton years ago, nud cattlemen must not expect to receivo such figures. Tho best that they can hope for is u steady market at fairly remunerative prices, and they must go to work with tho idea of raising cattlo more cheaply rathor than of receiving doublo present prices. Exchange. - ROYAL Insurance Company OP LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&OASTLEMAtf MANAGKRS.; Oom aarco Building, Louisville Agtatl throughout the South. W. . TBZSSLS, Local Ajont STNKORD, KY. 1 A Scleotlflo Anerlcai Agency acres ou pike ended upon Dr. King's New Discovery not only 1 Fine lllue Grast Farm ol 333H and finely tmproveu. ad a speedy recovery, but escaped all the effects ol the malady. This remedy alter a. Farm of 100 acies, 6nely Improved. Offered seems tohave a peculiar power la effecting rapid cures, not only In cases ol La Grippe but in all at low prici. of the Throat, Chest and Lungs and has diseases cured cases ol Asthma aod Hay Fever of long 4. Fine Rlue Grass Farm, of 105 acres, In high standing. Try it and be convinced. It wont dis- state of cultivation, well improved; offered low. trim! bottlea at A. K. Penny's drug appoint. Free store. 5. Farm of i acres, near R. R. station. Good blue grass land; will sell cheap. V en on a visit to Iowa, Mr. V. K. Dalton. of 7. Blue Grass Farm ol 13a acres, on pike, two t.uray, Kuisell Co., Kansas, called at the labora s land; low Stantord ; good lory of Chambcrialn & Co., Des Moines, to show miles from on easy terms. boy, wheae life had been price and them his saved by CharuberUln'a Cough Remedy It havSt) 11. Town lots In Sttnford In areas to suit ing cured himof a very severe attack of croup. Mr Daltoa is certain tbat it saved his boy's life purchasers. and is enthusiastic In his praise of the Kemedv. exee lenj acre 17. Ninety-thre- e For sale by W B. Mclloberts, Druggists, titan-for- d, mill, dwelling and other fino farm wit l oa pike, improvements, Kv. Stanford. m 4 miles from on Qucklln'B Arnica Salve. 34 Large blue gTats farm, capable of divis In every Th beat salve In the world lor cuts, bruise Into smaller farms. Desirable easy terms. partitu sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chsp-P- i lsr. Offered low and on very hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup 'rams building; well Untitl6. Good tiona and positively cure piles, or no pay requirof Staufoad. Main ttreet. iu ed. It it guaranteed to eivv perfect saUtfaction ed on front, aoo back. Entern psrt a bargain. Will stli at or mouey retunded. l'rico 15 cents per boa 75 feet ? cr sale by A. R. Penny, SUnlord, Ky. Fork. 7 Small farm of 19 acres on Hanging Will exchange for snial house and lot or sell at low price on easy tctms Blue-grastwo-sto- ry Grocery f : Business st Of J. W. Ramtev, lam Increasing the stock as aa .possible and will soon have it Complete, in Every Par- ticular. Call at my store on Lancaster street and lake it to your interest to trade with me. 3 t will W.C. HUTCHINCS. J. T. FARRA, NtCHOLASVILLE, Jessamine County, Ky., m mm Room 5, i Farmers Exchange Bank. iw aqent, forj WALaLACE E. VARNON, ty Judge; subject ty. la a candidate for the otSce of Counto the action of democratic par- 39. Small farm ol So acres, wclllmprovcd, at a bargain. 31. 1 miles Irom Stanfcrd Stock, Grain, Market and Tobacco Farms in the Blue-Gras- s Always for sale. Also Timber Lands in the mountains for tale. Correspondence solicited. acret on Hanging Fork, near Fine Clue grassland, Turnersville pike, with good improvements and nice frosts on young orchard. Price low. Farm of . 60 iutocon-siderntio- n CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS. OlLSiW COPYRIGHTS, srto. freo Handbook write to lor Information and liuoAuwAT. new Your, NUN.N a co, sa Oldest bureau for sccurtnir patents In Amertr. Krcrr patrnl taken out ly n It timught bcfnro .UjimJ Ly JAMES W. GIVENS ject to the action Is a Candidate lor County Judge of Lincoln, sub ol the Democracy. O. P. HUFFMAN Jailer, subject to the action ol Isa the Democratic party. He would appreciate your vole. candidate for e and cottage, nicely and 3. Hotel, conveniently located, near depot In London, Kr. Nine rooms in dwelling, four roros in cottage. Store house of 3 rooms AH new buildings. Also good barn. Lotwox 300 feet. Fine location for store snd hotel. Will sell cheap an I on easy terms. store-hous- THE GOFFEY HOUSE ..ANFOR.D, KY., tho pubilo gtiwtiik a uotlco given f roo of charso In Urn mttitm rHr-ntlfl- Fruit Trees For Sale ! At our Fruit Farms and Nurseries one mile West of KinRsville, Lincoln county. W have s fine a stock of Fruit Treei as any man ever handled, ready lor trantplanting nto orchard and garden this Fall Orchards of Apples and Peaches will be assorted to suit customers at $10 per hundred EveryThe trees ate nice, the varieties the bett. and the thing needed to mako home attractive found here. For circulars children happy will be A. MiKKE & CO., J. addrest Kingsville, Ky. 64 JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now (n my charge and I intend to conduct it 80 as to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to its long list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and fine rooms for the dlsploy of samples. sA!First-Clas- s 37-- tf 1 paper In tho world, f lllustratud. Ho HitHllEcnl man ahould bo wlttiout lu Wecklr, MJ.on ilflNN jfutt fUflalx montha. Addrc Now York A CO, l'L!j'U8iir.u. aoi llroadwar. Utr. Irvpst rlrnilatton of anr plelidlcllr JOHN M. JOHNSON Isa Candidate for Astetsoref Lincoln county subject to the actlor. ot the Democratic party. J. BEST OFFEREVER MADE A. GIVENS Saloon 11 ject to the action of the Democratic party. Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub- Aad BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached JOSEPH COFFKV. DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the democratic party. Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Full stocks cf fruit and ornamental trees, grape vines, asparafut, small fruits, shrubs, and everything usually fauna in a nuriery establishment. We sell direct to the planter and have no agents. Catalogue ou application. H. F. HILLKNMEYHR, Lexington, Ky. 68-i- m Falls Branch Jellico Goal Go., Miners and shippers of the GENUINE $5,000 Cash Away Given Tiraj 23 V G. W. DEBORD It a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the Democracy. Original Jellico Coal. Try it. We are the sole agents lor Stanford nd Rowland. Office corner ot Depot street and railroad crossing. 6 HIGGINS & WATTS. CINCINNATI M. F. ELKIN, Is x Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action of the democracy. Commercial McKINNEY, KY. First-Cla- ss Hotel, l Weekly Enauirer. Every club of Ten Yearly Sub- JNO. BRIGHT Is a Candidate for Astestor, subject to tne action of the Democratic party. I have bought above rnentioned,-Hotcand have attached a at Bar and Fool Room. scribers will get 0110 ehoro of 5,000. Every club of Five Yearly Subscribers will get ono half a ehare of $5,000. E. D. KENNEDY. to the office of AsIs a candidate for sessor, of Lincoln County, subject to action of the democratic party. Have repaired and refurnished the Hotel and am better than ever Prepared to Accommodate the Public. Hpecial attention to Commercial Men. -- i Tho number of shares is fixed by tho number of clubs of ten that will bo received by us from Nov. 1, W.L.DAWSON, Is a candidate for jailer, subject'to the dvmocracv. AT- theactlon of 1893, to March 31, 1894. Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, ol the best Barbers in the State There are alto excellent Bath Rooms run In connection. Agent for Lexington SteamLaundry. Fine Uvery and Feed Stable attached. Proprietor. JESS ROUT, Manager. .. Waihingtou, D. C. Cincinnati. VITAL TO MANHOOD. r alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression rtoftening of Brain, coming Insanity, mUei y, decay death, Premature Old Age, liarr.nness, loss ol I'ower lu either aei, Impotoncy, Leucorrhosa and al Female Weaknesses, Involuntary Lowes, Hperma , of brain, torrhwa caueil by A month's treatment, f 1 e tor IS, by mall. With each order for 8 boxes, wlU t9 will send written guarantee to refund If not cured Uuarsntteilreued by neent. WEHlnH I.IVElt 1'II.U cures Hick Headache, llllloune, Llrer Oon.plalur Hour Stomach, Dyspepsia and OonsUpatioa. aiAUANTEES Usuod ouly by OTer-eiertl- Dm. K. C. WEST'S NEBVE AND DRAIN TREAT UKNT, a ipeclflc tor Hyiteria, Uiulneaa, Fits, Ne ralta, Headache, Nervous Prostration caused bj UtMJtiM A. R. PENNY, Stanford hang so slack that it is difflcult for a horso to know which way tho driver intended ho should travel, Tho animal, however, soon finds out if ho attempts to turn tho wrong corner, or runs tho wagon wheel into u mudholo, or strikes a stone in tho road, as that act seems to jog tho driver's memory, for tho horso is given a vicious jerk, supplemented by nn remark from tho driver, when ho alouo is to blamo for carelessness and innttcntion. A steady pull on tho reins supports tho horso and allows him to travel easier. In a great measure it provents stumbling, nud should an accident happen to tho vehicle, or should tho horso become frightened, ho can usually bo brought under control in timo to prevent any serious mishap. In tho field this matter is uotquito so important, unless you havo a young team full of inet-tl- o nud vim. 0. L. Baker in American Agriculturist. On an offer of 81,500 last spring, running thrco months, ending June 30, 1803, for clubs of five, each club agent received $4.53 in cash besides his commissions. That offer was $500 a month for thrco months. Hold m Steady Ileln. Wo now offer 81,000 a month for Whilo driving tho roins should not fivo months, or a total of JOHN BAILEY, the old Jeffersonlan democracy. Is a candidate for There are three of XTw Millinery. "My mother, Mrs. Kate Duddcrar, has just re turned Irom the cities with an elegant line of mil. linery, embracing jail tr, subject to theaction JOHN B. MERSHON Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the Democracy. BANK STANTOB.D, -:- 4 it THE JEWELER. - ALL OF THE NOVELTIES Of the season, of which the will have lull control She also engaged a Firt-Olas- f $5,000 for five months. besides tho regular commissions, and will W. W. HAYS, Is a candidate lor aller, subject to the Taction the democtacr. ot TSiT. s Dress-Make- r. Stock Most Complete fttfgyxSiPsssWBEr ' Call and examine my stock of Millinery before buying; and leave your order for your dresses. Thanktngyou for past favors we loticlt time. rf MARY DAVIS DUDDERAR. JAMES YEAGER. THOMA8 YEAGEK. 1 SAM M. OWENS, this ofler. Agents may send as many clubs as Is a candidate of Lincoln county, they can raiso within timo specified ject to the action of tbe democratic rimary. and can havo papers sent to any address. Guarantee 40 per cent Gross Profit A full club of fivo or ten must como at ono timo in order to share in PETER HAMPTON, Is a candidate for jailer, subject to tbe action ot the democracy. i A ft VEAGER & YEAGER, U7ESI, sub- liarMlVJiMilsS! Tho WEEKLY ENQUIRER is la a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln coutty, subtho Largest, Best, Clean, Moral, Ele- ject to the actios of the democratic primary. vating Dollar Newspaper for a family favorite now printed in tho United States. Samplo copies free. Is a Candidate fr Jailer of Lincoln county and T. D. NEWLAND, T. J. HATCHER &jeMmih Htfyvj fcfc-s- M iSD STANFORD, UU aVT. SIM M Il iSlLVERVMtf We are In our newatabletn tbe Opera Houss Blockland are well supplied with ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. asks his friends not to commit themselves to any one. else, as he is forced to stay at home and work His candidacy Is subject to the action ol the Democratic party. Rock Bottom Prices. Protnot personal attention given to repair work. Une call will convince you that this is the place to trade. ;NEW RIGS AND, HORSES Have been purchased and noth urnouts will leave the stable. Give tlieni a Call. rasas &ttUdiju rtfai sjaaVesist .S IN DIXIE'S LAND BEFORE THE WAR. TO BE COM'IM'JED. fh 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! "Weeks homo. Remembering ray promise, I wrote to Mr. 'Dorion, giving1 him a full account of affairs here, and of the condition of his old friend. I will say hero, that tho subject need not be again referred to, that, while my presence and the it recalled had a temporary effect in withdrawing Mr. Itostoclc from tho clouds that enveloped him, that unfortunate condition soon Ho was sunk in melancholy, morose and peevislu There was never a timo when tho sight of his child or' tho sound of her voice would not causo him to brighten for a moment, and I could seo that ho sometimes tried to shako off his shadows and converse freely with me. But tho effort was Tho decline of his physical vain. health was bad enough; but it was not to be compared to the changed condition of his mind. I watched him narrowly, and I began to think that Mr. Dorion was right. The man's mental .mained reooV-Jections ed. at this delightful passed swiftly by, and Ire "Indeed I do, sir. Everything is charming. "Stay, then. It docs mo good to havo you here Stay till November, anyway. I can't have you go so soon. Do you want money?" "No, sir." "Tell mo whenever you do. Enjoj yourself all you can and don't think 'of going-- . I loved your father; I lovo you." His hand was laid affectionately on my shoulder; a mist shono in hs weary eyes. So that was Bottled for a time. I was not to loavo him nor Corallo. But that night in my dreams tho warning face of Mr. Dorion como to mo, and I scorned to hear his words again: "There is a fearful mystery hanging over his past life-- I do not know, you do not know, how j'ou may becomo complicated with it, if you persist in going on,M CHAPTER XIII. leans, yesterday. For tho first time, ho refused to advance mo anything. I only asked him for a hundred dollars. Ho said you had stopped tho account." "It has been so long slnco I heard anything of you" "That you thought I was dead eh? You hoped so, no doubt If you'd taken tho troublo tosendtoBoutellior, he'd havo told you that your money never stayed very long in his hands." Lo Fevro whispered excitedly in my car: "What tho devil does this mean? Sinco I have been there, tho old man has deposited thousands of dollars in that bank, and not a cent has ho drawn from there. Who is this fol"Tell mo what you want," said tho planter. "You promised mo years ago that you would not como near mo again. Go, now, and troublo mo no low?" "I was at Boutclller's, in Now Or i know now that they would involve mc, for too plainly did I 6cc by tho anxious inquiries of Mr. Bostock that Coralio was concerned In tho mystery and Corallo was becoming all tho world to me. Tho hard, rugged nature of tho overseer was crossed with hearty human streaks; tho events of tho night had shown that ho was a truo friend to this old man and his child. So I told him all I know of Pierco Bostock and his wayward son, and all that Mr. Dorion had told mo of them. Ho listened attentively, and shook his shaggy head. "This Is all new to mo," ho said. "What in Satan's name it means, I don't know. But I do know that if I catch that scoundrel about hero I'll duck him in the bv-ov- . this house: I Atmcspherlc Oijgea. Comet to you every other day In the year for on ly Is. The cheapest and beat paper In Kentucky, 30 cents gets It for three months. Addresa TBI ' A3DVCCA.TI THE ADVOCATK, Danville, Ky. MiSfCbrf2?MMUluiM cures disease Without Medicine. Jtrr. St, DuBois&Wcbb rTySetul fw The SO dt ABsonrnorr. vBBBj& Owsley UulldUg. A. 9. PRICE SURGEON DENTIST. Drug Office over McKobcrts StortClnJtha a(v Stanford. LOUISVILLE, COLE DLDO. NitHYIUf. UINMIN3HAM, 4th A KY. lo TtkN. MYERS HOUSE Ala. pag book free, LIYIRY8T1BLI P. W. CftEEN. Prop. Lot This stable, which Is run n connection with the well'known Myers House, haajbeeo supplied with xnon" first" tiie NKW TOODIOAT. It was an evening of early September that tho first shadow fell upon my pleasant cxistenco at this home Mr. Bostock's habit was to retire early. This night ho had chosen to remain up, and was sitting in his easy chair upon the veranda. Coralie was nt tho piano; I sat on the upper step, listening to tho laughter and from tho negro quarters. Lo Fevro sat lower down, smoking, in his own thoughts. There was no moon that night, and the tall fig- banjo-strummi- "Give mo two thousand dollars Mr. Bostock turned to Le Fevro. "Mako a check on Jacob Barker, Now Orleans, for tho amount payablo on-gag- ed .J to bearer." Nothing that had thus far happened had greatly surprised mo. I knew about this roan what was not known to Corallo or Lo Fevro; and, while sho 6tood In consternation by her father's chair, tho overseer did not cease to regard tho interloper with threatening looks, as if he only wanted a littlo more provocation to attack him with his fists. Amazed as ho was by tho direction about tho check, ho wont into tho other room, prepared it, and brought it back on a book with a pen. Mr. Bostock signedcit with trembling fingers. "Give it to him." Tho overseer took it and threw it upon tho lounge. Tho man who lay there glanced nt it ami thrust it into Covington, Ky, of Horses, It it cert:nnlv a wonderful Instrument iiJ it Is A'Now Buggies, Wagons, more wonderlul as 10 how It does Its work, yet it T. K. O llrmley, does it. 1 be veteran plow manufacturer 01 tbe South. ruMmer'sSupplma and is better than stw ll Louisville, Ky. prepaiai nupply the public with With the Electropo'se I have cured dyspepsia, UlUHtrntort. BlOB OFlALIa KINDS, contttpation and liver trouble, lagrippe, hcaoachc FIKST-OLA8- 8 trv lhache.bad coldi, rheumaiitm, neuialgia. colic and piles. Tbe results are wonderful, Personal and promptattentlon given to Wedding! Harpci'a Magsilne for S4 wilt maintain tt c chills and fever 1 hae seen cured In no minutes. PartieaandllurlaU. P. W. OKKJI. character that has made It the favorite illuttrateU E. II. Lyle, Churchill, Ky. Proprietor. periodical fcr the home. 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I) V A . Louisville . abstraction, and when suddenly addressed would start, look wildly at his daughter, and recover his sense of his surroundings slowly and with effort. Could all this bo the result of remorse, the punishment of conscience for tho slaying of Castcx? No; for I recalled Mr. Dorion's shuddering description of tho ferocity with which his friend had avowed that he meant to kill his adversary. My watchings, and my reflections by day and night, gavo mo no clew to tho mystery of the man's demeanor, to tho appalling change that had como over him. So tho weeks passed. Ono week had not gone when I was placed upon a footing of charming, cordial friendship with tho beautiful daughter of this house. Wo read together, sho often aloud from old French romances, in tho original. She played and sang to me; she told me all about this strange region, with its natural wonders. I told her of the White- mountains and the granite hills, tho snowstorms and tho cold of winter. All these things sho had read of, but sho listened to my stories as though they were leaves from somo fairy chronicle. And, most charming of all, wo would wander by tho moonlight through tho oak and magnolia grove; through tho wldo fields green with the cano leaves, to the edge of the impenetrable cypress swamps, where the cry of tho pelican and the splash of tho alligator 'could be heard. Did I reflect as to whither all this was tending? Did it occur to me that the seed I was sowing could only como to a bitter harvest of impossibilities? In fact, I took no thought about it. I let tho dream go on tho enrapturing dream! !ut my timo was not all passed in this way. I became well acquainted with Lo Fevre, and found that he was much more blunt than brutal; though the negroes ull stood in fear of him. He took mo over tho plantation and explained tho processes of cutting and grinding. Wo went over to New Orleans, put up for threo days at tho St. Charles, and examined the wonders of tho crescent its forest of Bmoke-pipe- s and tho busy scenes of tho levee. Wo strolled in tho French quarter of this unique city, which, within less than a century, has been under Spanish, French and American government; wo visited the market; we rode in tho suburbs on the hard and shining shell roads. Back again at the La Fourcho plantation, wo went over to tho ancient French town of Thibodeaux, and dined at an inn, where, except tho bread, I knew not tho name of a singlo dish cane-growing, river-'frontwlth would havo it so. Now yon have compelled mo to come hero to get money, you've got to acknowledge mo." "No no!" "You will! You're likely to die I do; und where shall I come for money then? You know I was only a rES, i think he'll sen jie. boy when wo moved from here; I might uro that came up from tho road was find it hard to get myself recognized around here. It would bo easier near upon us before we saw it. Vlcksburg; but I want tho witnesses "Does Pierce Bostock live hero?" The voice seemed familiar to me, right here, in your own family. Tell though I did not at first remember these people who I am." "You arc ono of the devils who has where I had heard it, "Yes," said the overseer, gruffly. helped to mako my llfo miserable," was tho despairing cry of tlio planter. "What do you want?" "Will you tell them?" "I want to see him." "No." "Well, perhaps you can't. I attend "Very welL All La Fonrchc chall to his business mostly, no don't tec know tho wholo truth strangers." "I am not a stranger. I reckon hell Mark mo tho whole truth, I say!" Again ho was Ho turned to depart seo me when ho knows I am here." Mr. Bostock suddenly roused him- recalled. "Do you promise to keep Vuit secret? self. "Who is that?" he asked. seo mo," tho Do you promise never to return here?" "Yes, I think he'll "I will keep tho secret I will not stranger loudly repeated. sigh from tho invalid, a return hero in your lifetime provided I heard a you keep my account good at Lo troubled sigh. Now tell them!" "Tell him to go away," ho faintly "Hold mo up, Dorr Lc Fcvre, stand said. "What makes him como hero to annoy mo? I don't want to soo him:" back; this scoundrel mast be satisfied "You hear, do you?" Lo Fevro said, and silenced. Ho wants mo to tell you standing in front of thq stranger. tlint ho Is my 6on, Conrad Bostock. "What d'ye mean, coming hero to That is true, I acknowledge it" His head fell on his breast; his trouble a sick man? You go, or I'll breath caino hard and labored. Ills find a way to help you." "0, very welL If Mr. Bostock won't daughter placed her arm about his seo me, ho'll hear of mc May be he'd like to havo me toko a turn around La Fourcho and talk with the planters about old times. Good evening." He turned on his heel. "Stop!" said Mr. Rostock. "Tell him to come In." He rose and walked into parlor. The stranger followed. Perhaps a duo regard for social propriety should havo me from following; but the impulse to do so, growing out of my recognition of tho volcoand my powerful interest in Mr. Bostock, was irresistible. As for tho pugnacious overseer, the sharp words that ho had had be-fo-ro Bou-telllcr- must remember that wo haven't met in many years. All your own fault; you "Go," said the planter. "Pretty soon; don't hurry HARPER'S PERIODICALS. Per Year. mc You Trie Volume of the Magazine begin with the Number ol June and Diceiuber of each vear When no time mentioned, tuntcrlptlnnt will he Kin with tho Number curreent at the time of the receipt of order. Hound Vol, of llarrxr'a Mag azine for three years back, in neat cloth bind iutr. will lie tent by mail, nott.paid, on receipt of j per volume Cloth Caret, for binding, 50 mall, potpaid. cents ra by Remittance should be made by I'nt. office Money Order or Dralt, to arold chance of lo llltUTHrKM New Address. HARl'FK York. 1 h-- Magaiine Weekly ltazar Young People I'oataga Free to all tubtciibctt State, Canada, and Mexico. Harper' llarpet's Harper' llarpet's .. . Monon is the Use, with Vestibule! Train, Dining Car, Palace Chair -- $ co Cars, Pullman UulTet Sleepers, at lowest rates. 4 4 4 ...... co ou co in the United deep-draw- n, 's. Up i tlj with the stranger and the constraint under which the planter was acting were sufficient reasons to cause him to n if ffjflin fill' gtf&i SATisrinu somehow; yet I was treated precisely as though I wero to remain forever. I wished not to break tho spell; and it was only to test Mr. Bostock's feelings toward mo that I said to him ono day, when wo wero alone: "I have been with you six weeks; is that not a pretty long visit?" II o roused himself and looked that I ate. It was to mo a season of glamour, a happy timo, that I knew must end, troubled. "You don't think of leaving me, Dorr?" "Why, sir you know I'vo got my own way to make, somewhere. This is all pleasure and vacation." "You like it here, then?" The Queen and Crescent Route is preparing to Issue an elaborate publication in magazine form, descriptive of the sections of the South tributary to s lineo. Capitalists, tourists and its men are not likely to farget tho Bouthern citifiB bo long as the Queen and Crescent Route can reach them with this artistic publication. Copy of this magazine will be mailed to any addie'8 you?" on receipt of ten centB in posing t "No, father." C. Rinearton, Address, W. Btninps. Tho planter seemed greatly relieved General Paoaenger Agent, Cincinnati, at the answer. Ohio. "I'll go to bod, now, child. I am very . weary with all this." Thia Saxby'h Qokrrv to iNaKRsoiiL. When Coralie had withdrawn with beautiful song (words and music regular him, Lo Fevro sat and btared blankly any. sheet music Bize) will be mailed to at me. one enclosing 5o in Btamps to D. G. want nothing with people." "What's all this?" ho blurted out Paaeonger Agent, 0. H. With a slight pause, hothese General continued; I felt the shadows descending over 4D.R, B., Cincinnati, Ohio. dif-ffere- ut buoi-net- .bd-ward- a, go in also. Coralie had heard tho sound of voloes and our entrance into the parlor. Sho came in with a lamp. Tho stranger was revealed. I had last seen him wlten he was putashore by tho captain of the Cotton Queen. He sat down on a sofa and stretched himself out. Nobody else was seated. His impudent eye ranged round over tho luxurious furniture of tho apartment and coolly examined each ono of us. Then, to my astonishment and disgust, ho took a cigar from his case and d scratching a match on the panel of tho wall ho lit It and began to smoke. Lo Fevro started forward. "Say tho word, Mr. Bostock, and 111 pitch tho insolent blackguard out of here, neck and heels." The planter sat down and gronned. "No," was all ho said. The Intruder laughed, threw his head ,back, and blew rings of stnoko upward to the ceiling. "You won't bo so fast, my friend, when you hear how good a right I'vo got to be here. That's Coralie, I suppose?" Mr. Bostock gave a gesture of assent. "Fine girl. Who might you bo, young fellow? I don't remember to havo met you before." This was addressed to me. "I havo seen you before, certainly." "You havo! Where?" "Up tho river, when you were put ashore from tho steamer for cheating with cards." I spoke from impulse, just as I often acted. It would have been wiser for me to keep the words back. A littlo reflection would havo told mo that this was a dangerous man, and that I ought not needlessly to incur his enmity. But I had spoken, and tho shaft had gone home. Tho man's evil face flushed and paled, and he gave mo a vindictive look. He addressed himself to Mr. Bostock. "My business is with you, sir. I finely-graine- "THIS SCOUNDItr.L must ni: AND SILENCED." to his nostrils. Tho gambler got up and looked with malignant triumph at the group. "That's all, I believe," ho drawled. "Coralie, I'm quite happy to havo go fine a girl for a sister. You won't beo your dear brother again for somo time; that is, if your dutiful father behavc3 himself. Como and kiss me, my chicknock, und put her vinaigrette en!" The girl gavo a cry of disgust, and put out both hands to keep him off. I started toward hlin; but Lo Fevro was too quick for me. Tho abundant wrath that he had been btoring up for tho last half hour could no longer bo restrained. His powerful arm shot out straight from tho shoulder, and Conrad Bostock sprawled his length on tho carpet He rose, confused aud bleeding, caught ono glanco nt tho angry countenance of tho overseer, snatched his hat and disappeared. Tho planter seemed unconscious of what had last happened. Ho raised his eyes and looked around him. "Is ho gone?" ho eagerly asked. "Yes, father. What was "Sh, child, don't ask mo anything. Did TIo is gone; ho won't como back. ho say anything about you, Corry?" "Ho wanted to kiss me the odious beast! and good Mr. Lo Fevre struck him." "I'm sorry for that; Conrad is revengeful. But ho ii'2 nothing about The Volume of the Weekly begin with the first Number fer January ol each year When no tiae OY STANFORD, KY., I mentioned, tubtcnptlont will begin with the NuTiW-- curient at the tune of receipt of aider limit d Volume of Harper's Weekly hr three Is now fully organlied and ready for business will lfctO-l- . jear hack, ill neat cloth binding, will be tent by - mail, pottage paid, or by express free of expense up provided the freight does not exceed one dollar - 00 per volume. per volume , for : . Cloth Casr lor each volume suitable for bind, ing, will be sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of SUCCESSOU toTUK LINCOLN NATIONAL llltiHtrtttinl. J 00 each. BANK OK STANFORD, Remittance should be made by Pott edict Money Order or Drslt, to avoid chsnr of lata the ssme asseU and undar Harper's Ratal Is a journal for the home. It AddretaHARPER A-- .VKOTUEKS. New Now closing up) with inanagament. h same civet the fullest and tateit information about York. ny provisions of Us chaiter, depomllora art) al Pahions; and it numenu Illustrations, l'aride fully protected aa .1. depositor In Natloaal are lgn, and pittern sheet supplement and inditpep. Danks, Its sh.ieholde, being held individual! the pro sable alike to the heme dress-makIiaole to the ealcot o! the amount of their stock tcstional mod sle. Noczpente la tpared to make thenar at the par value Unreal. U addition to tha Its artistic attractm nets of the hixheit order actaa amount invested In such shares. It maytuny at It bright ttort.', amusing coraediea, and thought, siecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as tul enay satisfy all ta.te. and its last page is fasn individual mous as a cudgel of wit and humor. lu its weekFamous Specialist, To those who eutru.t.dth.lr bulslnes. to u ly Issues everrlhlDe is Included which it ol inter --while mnaging tne unwour.,...-..--women. The Serials lor it!M will be writest to roanv thanks and Stanford, we w heic tender ten by William Dlack and Walter Itrtint, Short -" tney win Visit Our City Professionally. trust us, otteringconunu. w stories will h written by Mary K Wllklns, Maria as a guarantee for prompt attea-lio- n with Louise 1'col. Ruth McKnerv Muart, Marion liar- espenence la twenty year to same, our land, and other Jutuoce Spoils and as liberal accommodaUons as are conGames, Social Entertainment, Embroidery, and An Excellent Chance for the Sick banking and sound banking. lislent with atother lotenating topics will receive coaitaot and Suffering. tention. A new series Is promised of "Collie and PiaicToKi: Repartee."' J.J. Williams, ML Veitioo; HAUPKR'S PERIOD1DALS. J. M. Hail.Mtanfoid; J.S.Owsley, Stanford; l'er Yeat. And examination at hi Private Parlor at Ihe . Harper's Magaine........ .....St co S.J. Embry, Stanford; ........ ....... 4 co Harper's Weekly, J. E. Lnn, Sianlord; 4 co iiarper'fltarar...... Myers House, J. K. Caen, Stanford; Young People Harper's 100 William Goocb, Stanlord; 2, Postage Free to all subscribers lu the Unlird A. W. Carpenter, MlllcdgevilU, Ky States, Canada, and Mexico. noon. S. II. Shanks, President. From Tnenlay morning till Wolnreday noon. Dr. J H. Owsley, Cashier, The volume ol the Ilsiar begin with the first W. M Hilght, Telle Number fcr January ol each rar. When no lime Returning every lour week during theyear. ment.oned, subscripticn will begin with the Number current at the time u! receipt of order. Hound Volumes ol Harper's llsmr for three yeara back, in neat do h bindlug, will be sent by mail, pottage paid or by express, free of exjene provided the freight doe not exceed one dollar OF STANFORD. KY. per volume), for J; co pe volume. Ulotn cases lor eacu volume, suuaixc iur uinu on receipt ol inf. will bo tent by mail, $1 00 each. e be) made by Mon Remittance should cr Order or Pratt, to avoid chance o( lo m BBBBBK rfflBBBBKBBBBBM Address: HARPER .V llROTHEH. New the fac York Attention of the public is inited to Stanlord .hat this is the only National Ilaak al n Haul k Act Under the provisions of the Nallonj the depositors are secured not only liability capital i lor aa stock but by the so that dnsotilori lot .mount equal to the stock by a this institution are secuied Five iworn sutements of thecondition of tha bank governrt mad. each year to the United Stale, AND ment and its assets are examined at sta ed litnea addilitona agents, thu. securing y government snAurfect safety to depositors. ' ',MIhed This institution, origma ly iSjS, Depoiit Hank of Stanford In Stanford in and ol iks ! as the National Hank Hank bbIbHbbbbUM 'bbHbb bIbbbbbbbbbH First National umnter-.,-ol e EVIDENCE That the blood Stanlord In iMj, has had practically an supplied.l Is better ..itencoof vcars. It wrong, and that nature is endeavnow with tacllitle for traniacting business prompt rt .. I I. t t.m ft Its Inn oring to throw off the impurities. v aud liberally man ever honorable career. Accounts of corporations, -. Nothing is so beneficial in assisting a 1HBH rcrjEjmJ 7 ' ciaries, nrms ana muiviuui a,.v......j nature as Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) UTh Directory ol this Bank is composed ol is a simple vegetable compound. Is Dr Appleman. formerly of New oik, now perharmless to the most delicate child, yet Rcid, Lincoln county ; manently located Hi Louisville, Ky , Is a graduate Foreslus forces the poison to the surface and. S. T. Harris, Lincoln; of lltllcvue Hospital Medl'al College, New York eliminates it from the blood. City, the most notable Institution of its kind In G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; America. He has made a special study of the J. W. Hay den, Stanford; S.ll. Haughinan,iLincoln; EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT, I contracted a severe caw of blood polsoa J. S. Hocker. Stanford;! tl that unfitted me for business for four years. A W A. Trlbble, Stanlord; few bottles of Swift's Specific (S. S. 5.) cured And chronic lliseaers in the great llcltevue and M. D. Xluiore) Stanford; me. Chanty Hospitals, Ntw York City, and there J. C.Jones, City Marshal, Fulton, Arkansas, ol this experience are many pncnominai T. P. Hill, Stanford. ul cures all over the State. He successfully treats Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; (roe. Swift Sfkcuic Co, Atlanta, Ga. M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. Chronic J s. Hocker, President; Joho J. McRoberts, Cashier; Hinging in Ears, deafness, diseaict f the eye, oar. threat, Tung, stomach, liver, kidney, ur nary rnii A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier bladder, nervous prostration, diabetes, dyspepsia, constipation, rheumatism, paralysis, epilepsy or (its. jlrmoiroids, piles, cured without kntli. No timo pain aid no detention from wcrk. r Farmers Bank&Trnst Co MRPER'S BQZRR. Oapitatyf Paid Surplus, $200,000. zluuu. 1 - er DR. J. S. APPlEMAK The To --- - FREE CONSULTATION, Jan. at Stanford, Tuesday, till Wednesday 1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK poU-pal- d, Pot-cflic- Capital Stock" Surplus $200,000 21,300 Izmples jjRR mlwSfeBHEk ""? ; Blotches " e it sgamre-organiiedasth- Jt it tw ... a i""' ".,, -- VoungWives Acute and Catarrh, to Who aro for tho first undergo Woman's severest trial wo offer POSTED. Young and Middle Aged Men following effects such a emissions, blotches, nervnusntss, dizilness, confusion of Ideas, on to sccitly, dfftcllvo me mix y and sexual exhaustion which unfits the victim for butine-- s tly cured by remedies or narriage, aie fivi-r-s "Mothers Friend" A remedy which, if used as directed a few weeks before confinement, rota it of its used two bottles of Mothers Friend with woman mnVvnloua rosults, and wish every birth to thFough tho ordeal of chifd riind lor a few kncrW If they will use ftoTiiHRi weeks It will robconfineraent of (am &ndsujfjrine, mother and insure tafrti to lift cf Montgomery Mo. Mrs. Sam Hamilton, by express, chares prerald, on receipt of Bent Jfold by all druggists. Uoolc to .Mothers mailed free. Ukadfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. -- suffering from spercatorthea and Impnt'hcyas thetcsuit ol sejf'ubuie in joutlicr excess i ma. turc years and other came producing soire ol the This n. lice lorrwarns hunters, fishermen and. others not to trespass on our lands without permission, as all stuh will be prosecuted to the full it extent of the law Signed: W. II. HAYS. tl C LYON. KKEDHAUMANW. K. L. WHITK. J. L.I1KCK. T. C. HALL. PKTF.R UALMKR. M. LACKOWITZ. T I). NKWLAND. It" PAIN, HORROR AND RISK TO LIFE rot injuri.us. of both mother and child, as thousands who have used it testify. 1 ' Blood and Skin Diseases. j. IS PHILLIPS. E. HUUCE Xha? 2s ?it' As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture Gleet, etc., cured by never falllug remedies. Diseases ol women, such as Leucnrrhea, palnlul Th.e 71 oronos Hotol, JELLICO, TENNESSEE, 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 ami surgical cases. He undertakea no incurable diseases but cur hundreds given up to die. Corrcapondencc solicited Address J. S. APPLKMAN, M. D, Louisville, Ky. Write for Health Journal, free. raROwV" IbibbJV BBH. BIBBr k BS BBIBBfSaJSah. H? aycorraiaHTio K. W. Ntsslth, Prln. Commercial Collegft Prof. ot Ky. University, Lexington, Ky., was awarded HWaxesgs Mrs. J. B. Montgomary, Prop. DR. W. B. PENNY MEDAL AND DIPLOMA 8T THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, The best hotel In tne city aud the only one with Office South Sid Main St., in office ecently P.specia attention a sample room for drummer n vacated by Dr, Lee F. HuUman, Stanfo r to the traveling public, Kates f J. 53-- Dentist. Hualneaa F.Uuratlou. etc. Coal to complete llustness Course about U0. Including tuition, book Phonography, Type Writing and and board. Telegraphy tatigbt. Vor circular, address, W. . fcaiXM, frcalaaat, LcxtactaHt, Ur For Nyatrns nrBook-keplBs- r ssnst fJesieral Jscns-JJt- , (fsire5 ir: ". f ;'?" jc'" 'vrlif 'e.''" Semi-Week- ly Courts is as anug a a bug in a Interior Journal M rug in her new quarters. One beauty of Hkady for work Waters & Hackney's the situation ia that there is no room (or new tin shop. Depot street. loafing within the postollice delivery. dTXNrouD, Ky., Decemhek 8, 1893 The "old reliable" Jeweler, Penny. " Mas. thought they were making money, but bad debts got the best of them and they failed in 1870 The failure had a very depressing effect on Mr. Cook and ho began at onco to decline physically. Tiik only placo to buy useful presents MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Since then he has made other efforta to for Xmaa is Hustle & Tato'a. . . Mies start in business, but waa unsuccessful Mr. Arch Anderson, 23, and E. C. Walton, Business Manager ONKlifo-sizand in 1S84 ho secured the position of portrait given away with Millie Manuel, just 15, were married at The axe this week and next will be dripping with the gore of deputy collector of internal revenue, every down cabinets up till Christmas Thomas Manuel's yesterday. slaughtered prices. Children's Short Cloaks, former price $$, reducMEANS 1U31NE8S. which he held for four years. At the at Earp'B gallery. W. II. Warden, of Paducah. and time of hia death ho was trusteo of the ed this week to $2. Misses Long Cloaks, former price Sio and $ 12, Buy your school books ntul school sup Santa Ci.au h has mad) our house his Mrs. Frances Warden, of Kansas City, jury fund by appointment of Judge reduced now to $8. 50. Misses S6.50 and $y cloaks, reduced to $$. plica ot all kinds nt A. H. Penny's--. great emporium for useful articles. Co mo who had been husband and wife before, Saufley. A kinder spirit Watciiba, clocks ami Jewelry repaired never found and a proportionate reduction will be made on all Ladies' Cloaks. Our but were divorced, wero married again homo in mortal breast than and wnrranted. EugrAving n specialty, and see. Hughes fc Tate. that possess finest lilack Cloaks that were S20, can now be bought for $i3 50. fn tho latter city, Tuesday. at A. It. Pouny's. ed by Mr. Cook. Ho was accommodacomplain of hard times. MEnciiANTS A mathematical genius figures out Thr largest stock of Drue, Medicines, Torfumerv. Paints and Wnll Paper nt Not so at Penny's; always busy. Ho that the money spent by young men ting to an unusual degree, charitable almost to a fault and ready always to A. It. Petiuy's. Prescriptions a special- sells tho best goods at low prices. visiting tho World's Fair will result in spend and bo spent for tho alleviation of ty. Do you know that right now wo are postponing 087,000 marriage for periods the sufferings of mankind. A member of ready for business, with a grand assort- ranging from two to threo months. PERSONAL POINTS. tlio Christian church for years, he was And do like so do, pay 25 per cent, more for goods than home prices. Mrs. Amanda Bloede, a young mar- ono in truth ns well as in name, and his of holiday gifts? Oanks, the Jew. Sad to tell, many who would have merchants to assist in supporting has been a victim ment Miss Anns Shanks oler. ried woman of Louisville, committed daily life demonstrated hia Christian every thing at home, never assist them in business that they would for the last two weeks of tlio provitilini; Fink weather, clear and bracing has snicido by shooting herself through the character and love for his Master. Near be able to do so. If you need influenzi. head on account of ill treatment by her Mas. J. A. Munn and children have prevailed for several days and tho signal husband. Shu ought to have shot hia ly two years ago nis neioveii wilo waa taken from him aud that added to hia returned from a visit to her parents in service says it will still bo fair and head oil instead, tho brute. previous trouble completely unnerved warmer Ilnrt county. . Mrs. Josephine Harroll, a young him. That they have .been reunited Mit. and Mhs. Colknias Watkiis have Twenty shares of Somerset Hanking widow, fell dead of heart disease while rented Miss Carrie Porter's house aud Co. piock for atlo. If not sold before planting a rose busli on her husband's never more to part must bo n consoling Mens' Suits, or Shoes and Boots, or Hats, you should come and look thought to tho Borrowing children, who gone to housekeeping. court day will he sold to the highest grave in tho cemetery at St. Vincent's, in their great loss have the aincere sym- through our stock before buying. We have some mens' and boys' principal of bidder. J.S.Hughes. Thomi-sonPiiar. M. G. Santa Claus has made us the Union county, Ky. Moral: Plant no pathy of all who know them. May odd clothing that goes at half price. Ohriatlau College, Hustonville, Has here great distributing center for all things in our line. Towels, table linen on your husband's gravo. they find that comfort that Ho nlono can After January 1st, ISM, I will pro- roses yesterday on huainefs. napkins, shopping bags, mufflers, underwear comforts, blankets, silk Col. David Y. Lyttie, of Manches- give and in the great hereafter may they ceed to collect tho unsettled accounts In Mn. E. F. Xcmtii has roho to Louisand linen handkerchiefs, nice dress goods, and in fact all the useful senator and lawyer of much become a reunited family in the kingville to diopatch trains on the Main Lino my hands of Stephens A Knox by law. ter, articles and the stuff that will do you good after Xmas is gone. Buy prominence, gave thanks on Thanksgiv- dom of Heaven. H. Higgins. Receiver. . and Mr. T. F. Spink Ima been Riven the W. ... Rev. W. L Williams, who married tho useful presents for your friends then you will be remembered long afgroom's wife. The j. ing for his fourth "tbild trick" at Howland. Xkt Wednesday night !h tho regular age ia 7tf and tlio bride, Mia Ellen deceased, will preach the funeral sermon ter Santa has gone. of Stanford, has Mits. Annus PiiiLirn, election of ollicers of tho Maccabeo Tent charming mountain laes at his late reaidenco near Hustonville at b"on visitiiiK her brother, Mr. F. V. No 7 and every member Is requested Lunsford, is a 10 o'clock this morning, after which the of 10 summers. 111 for Folder, Sr., wlio lias been qulto and urged to bu present as other imporAt Nagoya, In China, a merchant, remains will bo turned over to the Ma a veral weeks past.Jeflsamlno Journnl. tant business must be attended to. who is in his Ootli year, hat junt divorc- sonic fiHternity, of which Mr. Cook had I) it. A. S. Price and Mha Annlo AlFred 1). Losey, tho ed his '.'U'h wife and is about to marry long been nn honored member, and it Kfmkmiikii that corn, Mr. J. S. Wells and Mis Nannie hia 27th Ho had resolved when ho was will convoy them to tho cemetery there IlauKUinan wpnt to Danvillo In tlio great Impersonator, will btytt tho Opera young tD marry !10 wives and ia delight-- d and lay them away with tho beautiful "lihts front" to bear Gov. Taylor's lec- House next Thursday night, Ith. He is Himi ho has only threo more to marry ceremony of tho order. Will be delivered right at yonr door on the following days or the day tho ilfHt in the lecture course aud all ture. to Keep hia vow. You will not be disappointed. It will be out your way Fire at Carlisle burned tho general thereafter. Gait, and Mrs. Fit am; Haiikis left who heard him last sossou will want to Mrs. Mary Clay, wifo of Humo Clay, dry goods store of G. Heyman; loes f for their now homent Lebanon Wednes do so iiL'ain. Admission 50 cents or as follows; now serving n term in tho penitentiary partly insured. day, mkliJK with them tho ood wishes $1.A0 for the season of four WtunH. Crab Orchard and Preachersvillc Pikes Every Monday for forging his grandfather's name to Mlas A lieu Watts, of of The Lincoln County Iluilding rt Sav $100,000 worth of checks and getting tho For a lore throat there it nothing lttt r than a Dudderar's Mill Pike Every Tuesday Ohllicothe, 0 , a sister of Mrs. Hnrric, ing rarapened ith Chamberlain' Association Is now tunning a new so money on them, was granted, at Paris, a flannel bandagewill nearly alnrayt effect a cure In Lancaster I'aln Halm. It Pike Every Wednesday accompanied them. riea of stock. Those wanting n safe In- divorce from, her husband and given the one nl(ht' time. This remedy it alio a fatonte tor ihcumatitm aud hat curd many tevere cases. Danville Pike Mn. Gxoiuiu C Kellkii, Jt , who for vestment for small amounts, payable in Every Thursday custody of her pon and daughter. Soc botllet for aale by W. B. McKoberlt. 10 years has tilled most satisfactorily a Stanford. 7r Hustonville Pike weekly installments can Hnd no better. Every Friday Young ladies, if you wish to marry, compositor's position in this olllco was Jos. Severance, President, J J. Mcltob- go to Jellico and start either a milliSomerset Pike Every Saturday notified by Gov. McCreary, Wednesday, erts, Secretary, W M. Bright. Treasurer. nery or a mantua making establishment. Stanford Every Saturday to n jtoaltion in tho .. of his appointment A year or bo Bgo threo little maids from Tiik grip is epidemic here and nearly school, all from this county, went to the When rinby tnw sick, we pare her Castorf. Government printing oillce and will Every Wednesday Rowland It leave for the capitnl in a few days. Mr everybody is more or lesH nllected. ALBERT HOMMEL, Rowland, Ky. lies in (two States and began When ho was a Child, she cried for CastorU. city that Keller is ono of tho fanteat typo Betters gives ones most murderous fueling and business there. Two of them have al- When ano becamo Miss, she clunj; to Castori. as w II ss ono of tho best all around an almost uncontrolable desire to go ofl ready been won and married by Jellico When he hnd Children, die gr vothem Castoria. printers in the Slate, and our regret at and die. Tho writer has been in its men and tho other hau tho"refewslal"of giving him up is only equalled by our clutches for a week and tho wonder is one, 'Kratiflcatlon over his Rood fortune. IIh ho hasn't killed himself or somebody At 10 o'clock Wednesday morning, has always been obli'iK and In every else. Mies Bettio Burton McKinney waa joinNEW ADYERTISEXENTS. way a model employ. His place will Tiur.VKsmado a raid on Mr. 11. W. ed in wedlock's holy bonds to Mr. Jerry A RELATIVE OR FRIEND, be hard to till. Gaines' tobacco barn the other night and Smith. Tho ceremony occurred nt the curled oir 100 or more pounds of his home of tho bride, Mrs. It. B. McKinCITY AND VICINfTY. On Wednesday ney anil was said by Rev. W. W. Bruce, finest natural leaf. Either night they visited Mrs. Mlttio Hilton's of the Presbyterian church. Miss Jen Rowland baled or unbilled Will deliver either to Dan KB, the people's Jeweler. or Stanford. Price very low. . , ui vi 60 im run iuwoi tuna iuiiuii i i j uubcii nie McKinney and Mr. Jack Smith and E II. BEAZL.EY. BROTHER OR SISTER ? time. hens and seven turkeys Stanford, Ky Mrs. Hilton Miss Danville has adopted standard Lottie Givens and Mr. Joo Barker Uvea only a short distance from Mr. Tho wedding wero tho attendants. If so we know you are going to make them a present during the Hid lino of holiday Roods at Farris & Gaines. .. inarch was played by Mies Nannie KenHardin's. r Mil James Pbitlks called to see us nedy in a very skillful and pleasing Fou IUst. Red lloiiso opposite Col- Wednesday and Informed us that not a manner. A nice lunch followed tho ith a large lege. W. P. Walton. single word in the item concerning him nuptials and tho contracting parties and in 107 acret ol land occupied by houteW. Situated Rowland and now Adams, J and known at the Hodcmer ta m and Ids alleged adianced is true and that tiieir attendants wero driven to StanAnd in making your selection you can not afford to pass us by, befrout room with board. J. S.OWSLF.V.Truttee. Fou Ue.nt.--our informant is a liar, who mauufac ford, where the first named took tho 80 4t Stanford, Ky. cause we have a large line of Xmas goods for less money than any Mrs. Kate Dudderar. Of train for tho groom's homo in Jellico, lures entirely out of whole cloth. place outside of the cities. nothing personally where ho is a highly respected and risOmtlHTMAH presents in endles variety course wo knew G. about tho matter and are more than ing young merchant. Tho brido is a and very chehp at It Ziiuiner's. willing to set tlio old man riuht. model young lady, attractive in personAll kinds of Pi.umiiimi, Plumbing alty and engaging in manners and will MY BRIOK LIVERY STABLE n doim by Waters A Hackney. "Is Marriage a Failure?" Go to plumbing model Situated on Depot Street In Stanford, Ky , or I Opera Houso Saturday night, Dec. make the man of her choice a of tin goods at Waters & lUth, and you will tlnd out if you do not wifo. Wo congiatulato him on winning will exchange for real oitate In Linco'n county. A nick line 80 no J.N ME.VKFKE, so Hacknev's new tin shop. Depot street. ataniord, Ky. Joseph her and hopo that their married life, know by experience already. Heaequarters for-auspiciously begun so far as tho weather small Lo Brandt anil his company of IS clever and surroundings aro concerned, may be Wanted, a good farm bund with CJiiiedjans will tell all about it that family for ISO I. W, P. Tate, Stanford. night. Tho company carries a brass over bright and happy. a Great Slaughter. 5 I J ... Don't Run Off After Strange Qads I to-da- CLOAKS, OVERCOATS, . ex-Sta- to HUGHES & TATE. 1 15,-00- Drug-gl-- t. a ,h M HAVE YOU A SWEETkEART, Clover Hay For Sale. m m Mother, Father, Child, . T For Rent for 1894. A Xlolidstys DR. S. For Sale or Heivt. HOCKER, Th.o Druggist. Wal-ton'- 1 W. H. WEAREN & CO i iJ NOTICE. Foit Rent. A collage of four rooms on Lojan Avenue. Mrs. Mattie Nevius. Come and see that holiday bargains do exist and that we givo them. Danks, " tho Jeweler. and light For Sale. A wagon at J. B. DeNardi's carriage Bpring paint shop. buggy-phielo- n Til band and orchestra and makes things lively on the streets as well as in the Opera Houso. DEATH'S DOINGS. Mas. W. S. Wahkkm has 511 yards of !No. 1 rag carpet for sale. Call on her on Water Works Boulevard. 1 will kill hogs and clean them for 10 cents and will deliver them to you for 10 i centaoxta. Peto Huston. r MisbLizzibSlaymakkh will lake or dors for oil paintings, crayon or any dec 4t oratlvo art work for Xmaa. Give our blacksmith a trial. Ho ia a scientific workman and hia charges are tho Bame bs others. Yeager &. Yeagor. i in got a cloak and dress cheaper than you over bought them before. Severance & Son. The man with tho shooting gallery ueems to ho doing a good business. Tlio 'Kentucky idea likea to bo taught how to shoot. Read ouradvertisement acd como and At Penny's you will llnd tie largest, hnat selected stock and latest Btylea in wotcheaand jewelry. Now stock just received at pricefl lower than the The foot ball fever hna struck tho boyB hero aud they can bo , aeon every after- low-ea- t. noon falling and tumbling over each other in tho Court Square. Unfortunately none of them have gotten hurt , yu While preparing to shoe ono of P. W. Green's horses in Smith Embry's ahop, yesterday afternoon, Henry James, colreored, got too cIobo to his heela and hia left leg, which broke ceived a kick on tho small bone just below tho knee. .. Mrs. Ben Hawkins died at her homo Of all kinds. The most complete line of near Hustonville, Wednesday afternoon, of pneumonia, after an illness of Boveral exhold their lirst annual hop at Walton's weeks, aged about Go. Sho waa an cellent woman Bntl a devout member of Opera Houae, aud those who attended HawEver in Stanford. Prices according to the times. remember what a royal all'air it was, tho Presbyterian church. Mrs. I will kIvc free of charge having it in chargo leaving noth- kins waa Miss Maria Held and was left thoso GEORGE D. FREW1TT. ing undone for tho pleasure of their an orphan at an early ago. Sho waa ONE LIFE-SIZEB. D. KING. PORTRAIT guests. Rowland was headquarters of adopted by Mr. John V. Reid, father of my err person that will tho division then, but tlio glory of that Mr. J. M. and Samuel Reid and remain- To e cabinctt maile un tillhave one doien of hao fine Christmas dav. I ed in tlio family until her marriage. pro a sample of the portrait at my gallery that placo having departed, it now hold to a husband sho leaves aoveral grown poseget gtvo aw.iy. Loins nmi ee wnnt a gut you forth nt Lebanon Junction, where tho MORELAND, KY., will with every doen cabinets. A J KAUI', 7S.tf second annual hop will bo giyen in Sto children, who feel keenly their severe We have opened up a nice line oi Ky. Stanford, plieim' Hall on Now Year's Jfclit. losa. After a short service by Rev. W. V. Bruce her body was laid to rest in Dry Among tho numbers on tho danco protho Hustonville cemetery, Thursday afDress-Makin- g. gram are "Wallz Farewell to Rowland," "Quadrille Pup OrndorlT," "Pol-k- a ternoon. Cook. Death waa surely a g'ad reTen Per Cent. Reduction," Ac Tho We are daily receiving our Fall Goods, which we are marking 3 a. MRS. COREY SAUNDERS, occasion promisee to bo a memorable lief to Mr. J. M. Cook. It came at m. yesterday, when tho spirit freed from Of Cincinnati, hat located in Stanford for the down lower than ever. ono. This olllco has just gotten tlio in. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you body took its flight. His purpose of conducting aconversant with all the She is fully vitntions, cards, hop programs, kc, and tho sum-rinend waa indeed full of anguish and woe. stylet and In cutting uses the French Tailor Sys- money. they aro daisies. Clark Rno, J. U. Key-etem. She can be found at Mrs. Win, Rlcu's on EaTWe are opening up a splendid line of Fall Millinery. It L. Martin and David Burgess ato Sick in mind and body for a long time, Lower Main Street, where she will be glad to have Ilia last days were rendered moro un- the ladies call on ber. We have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. tho committee of arrangements. .. bearable by a broken thigh, which gave A good looking young lady and gen him untold pain and euiTerinjj. At Inst Z1I1TG & tleman arrived by tho K. 0. Wednesday it ia all over aud while his loved ones night, accompanied by a clerical looking must feel a senso of relief that he ia at Having secured thasemces oi Mist Mattie Algentleman, aud it soon leaked out that reBt, it 'ib very, very hard for them to len from Cincinnati as Primmer for this season, I cordially inite the ladies to inspect a carefully the tho pair was on matrimony bent and had give up ao loving and indulgent a father. selected stock ol Millinerr at toprices to suit ,iew aeo my nice, The ladies are along tho preacher to tie tho Mr. Cook was born in thia county on timet. Stamped I. men invited brouuht and Embroidery Materi" line ot M1SSLICCIU HEAZLEV. .1 knot. It was much after olllco hours Dis River, Ot years ago lust October and Stanford, Ky aud County Clerk Cooper had gone waa ono of four brothers, and a half broOysters always on hand, cither in bulk or cans, or served to order home, but ho promptly responded ou ther and sister, only two of whom aro in any style, with celery, etc. being sent for and issued tho necessary living. In January, 1S59, ho married Misa L. Parrish and Miss Flo- Lucy Bello Bailey, who made him n lovpapers for E. S. t and boro him nine chilra H. McCord, both of Madiaon, to mar- ing DEC. II, 1893, ry. Thon in tho presence of a few who dren, eight of whom survive, Mrs. G. B. ON MONDAY, offer for in Stanford, I Mra. 15. 0. Wal- At the had got on to tlio tiling they were mar- Cooper, Mrs. R. J. Lylea, sale to the highest bidder, And all fresh and fine and sold at astonishingly low prices. Sallie, Jesslo and Kato Cook, ried at tho Gofloy Houso by Rev. T. Q. ton, Missea Meesra. J. B MoseB nnil Tilden Cook. A NICE FARM OF 19 ACRES, Martin, tho clerical looking gentloman Candies, Nuts, &c, in great variety and abundance. Come in and aforesaid, who ia from Winchester. Tho Somo 35 or 40 yeara ago Mr. Cook formed have a basket fixed up for your wife or girl. Co., Ky . on Hanging Fork, Lying in Lincoln newly wedded pair were so tired (?) af- a partnership with Mr. J. B. Green in about V mile above the bridge on the Stanford & the place where live. Danville pike, ter the long day's journey on tho K. C. tho mercantile business and commenced Good dwelling itofbeing-rooms. Darn andt now necet all six g that they retired beforo a reporter could business at Hustonville. They conduct- aary outbuildings and splendid garden. good fence water. Farm all interview them, but tho preacher told ed it for several yeara and sold out to h!jh stJte of cultivation. under be sold onand in easy Will SSJ us that it was not a runaway couple Welsh, Wiseman & Co., but bought it terms.further information aoolv to Miller A Sow. For and that they juat came here for the back again after a Bhort time. They did Jder, Real Estate Dealers, Stanford, Ky MRS.UETTIEJ'ETEKS. a very large business and everybody novelty of the thing. l' siaugn cr, dec d, will hie the ly certified to and proven with me i. Last year P. Leeds' Division, No. ,1(13, Brotherhood of Locomotivo Engineers, claims aeainit the estate of same properby i an. t, '94. Any one knowiui; himself to be mdebtid to the estate will call and settle immediately. R. ll.llRONAUGll. Adr Crab Orchard, ity 791m All person! baing STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS A BIG OFFER. D HEATING : STOVES Goods, Be-side- H 1 KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, Drcst-Malin- Kstsb-ilshmen- t. r, 77-'- m TO THE LADIES. Corn Wanted. FREWITT. 'i I OYSTERS ! PUBLIC SALE. Court-hous- e 111 help-mee- Fruits of Every Kind, Splendid Dinner for 25c. R. ZIMMER. Never-failin- -- i'lT. v MBl tJM WW?? '' $100,000 has been stricken from theest4-mnt- o pleted condition of our treasury In considIncreasing Tn made to cover this object for the year kindly desire of tho United States to see overthrown and a treaty of annexation hnd the pursuit population nnd business. reso- ering tho propriety of An appropriation at of this object wo should Interior Journal their pending boundary dispute llually been nrgotinted between tho provisional lutely turn nway from nlluring und tem- this time to In'gln new work. ending Juno 30, 1895; nnd tho secretary Tho method of employing mechanical recommends thnt tho remaining $35,000 of closed by arbitration in conformity witu goerutnentof the islands nnd the United porary expedients, determined to be con the spirit of the treaty concluded between States and submitted to the senate f jr rati- tent with nothing less than a lasting nnd lnbr at nnvyynrds through boards of labor estimate lw ronfliird strictly to tint new nnd improved varieties of them Rome ren imaco. Our relations with fication. This treaty I withdrew for exam- comprehensive financial plan. In these nnd making efficiency the sole test by ination nnd dispatched Hon. Jamil A. circumstances, I mil convinced that n reas- which laborers are employed nnd continued feeds, nnd that these be dUtrlbuted through the French republic continue to bo is producing the best results and tho secre- experiment stations. Thus tho seed will and cordial. 1 sincerely hope that Blount, of Georgia, to Honolulu n a the extradition treaty with that country, special commissioner to make nn impartial onable delay in dealing with this subject tary is earnestly devoting himself to its de- Ik touted, nnd nfter tho test has been cominstead of being injurious will increase the velopment Attention is Invited to the pleted by tho experiment station, the pro--Mled by the sennte, will soon be r investigation of the circumstances attend- probability of wise action. ing the change of government, and of nil tho statements of his report iu regard to tho pagation of tho useful varieties and the rea Commu- operative. iccalnnnl question afTectlngour conditions bearing upon tho subject of the The Monetary Conference Mr. Cleveland Sends jection of the valueless liny safely be left workings of tho system. ,,..w to the common sense of the people. naturalized citizens returning to the land treaty. After a thorough und exhaustive which assembled nt Brussels upon our Innication to Congress. l'dndon. of their birth have arisen in our intercourse examination, Mr. Blount submitted to mo vitation wns adjourned on tho 30th day of Civil Nervlce. Tho secretnry of the interior hn tho with Germany, our relntions with thnt his report, showing beyond all question November, In the present yenr. Tho continued intelligent execution of supervision of so many important subjects that tho constitutional government of Very Brief Mention Made of the Ha- country continue satisfactory. Tho considerations just stated nnd tho np-- I law subverted with the active fact thnt n definite proposition from us thnt his report Is of especial valuo and in- tlu civil servicepeoplennd the Increasing nro The questions affecting our relntions Hawaii hnd waiian Affair Special Mes of its operation terest. On the 80th day of June, 1893. provnl by the a aid of our representatives to that govern- seemed to bo expected from us upon tho with Great Britain have been treated in The recent extension of sage to Come. .3' spirit of friendliness, Negotiations are in ment nud through the intimidation caused of the conference, led us to ex- there were on tho pension rolls 900,012 most gratlfjing. em- -' progress between the two governments by tho presence of an armed naval force of press a willingness to have the meeting names, nn increase of 69.911 over the num- ' its limitations nnd regulations to the ber on the rolls June 30, 1892. Of these ployes nt free delivery postolllces which with a view to such concurrent nction as the United States, which was landed for still further postponed. It seems to ine that it would bo wise to there worn 17 widows nnd daughters of has been honestly and promptly accomWILSON TARIFF BILL APPROVED. will make the award and regulations thnt purpose at tho instance of our minagreed upon by the Retiring sea tribunal of ister. give general authority to tho president to revolutionary soldiers, the survivors of tho plished by the commission, with the hearty of tho post niniter general, Is Upon tho facts developed it seemed to invite other nations to such a conference at wnr of 1812, 5,425 widows of soldiers of that arbitration practically effective, and it is in the intortant of the 8ays Tariff Reform Should Go Forward not doubted that Great Britain will co- mo the only honorable course for our gov- any time when there should be a fair nros- - war, 21,510 survivors and widows widows nn immensely tuo system. 1advance,possinie, nm, II Mexican usefulness ot 3,882 Raw operate freely with this Country for the ac ernment to pursue was to undo the wrong poet of accomplishing an international or Indian war. 2M survivors and and nnd Regards the 1'reo Listing of 5 more than ever convinced of tho incalculawars, army nurses or mat purpose. thnt had been done by those representing agreement on the atiblect of coinnm Material n Necessity of aianufacture In complishment growing out of the discrimsurvivors and widows and children of ble benefits conferred by the civil service us and to restore as far as practicable the I desire nlso to earnestly suggest tho wisTho dispute law, not Department Reporti inating tolls of tho Wcllnnd canal, upon status existing nt the time of our forcible dom of amending the existing statutes In deceased soldier and sailors of tho war of service, only iu Its effectIs upon the public Thli Country even more imbut also, what cargoes of cereals bound to nnd from the intervention. With a view of accomplish- regard to the issuance of government bonds. tho relHtlllon. Tho latter number repreSummarized Growth of tho Nary. pensioned on its lake ports of the United States, was ad- ing this result within tho constitutional Tho authority now vested in tho secretary sents thosedeath resulting account of disa- portant, In life effect In elevating the tone political bilities or nrinv "Washington, Doc 4. The message justed by the substitution of a more equita- limits of executive power nnd recognizing of treasury to issue bonds is not as clear as navy service. Tho numberfrom ersons and ofThe course of generally. civil service reform In thts reof ble schedule of obligations It should be, nnd of President Clevelnnd was shorter cessor thereupon charges, and my prede- all our out of any nnd responsibilities disadvantageous tho Iwnds authorized are maining on tho rolls June 30, 1893, who country instructively nnd Interestingly ilsuspended bis proclama- growing changed conditions, to than usual, for him, containing but tion imposing discriminating tolls upon brought about by our unjustifiable Inter- as to the time of theirtho government both were pensioned under the act of Juno 27, lustrates how strong a hold a movement g maturity and rate of 1690, which allows pensions on account of ujion our people which has undcrly-nference, our present minister nt Honolulu interest about 13,000 words. In brief it was as British transit through our cannK It a sentiment of Justice and right aud death and disability not chargeable to army A renuest for additions to the list of ex has received appropriate Instructions to Tho superintendent of immigration, follows: which at the same time promises bettor adtraditable offenses covered by the existing thnt end. Thus far no information of the through the secretary of the treasury, re- service, was 459,155. The number added to tho rolls during ministration of thnlr government To the Congress of the United Statcsi treaty lictween the two countries is under accomplishment of any definite results has ports that during the last fiscal year there Economy in public expenditures is tho number occn received irom him. arrived at our ports 440,793 immigrants. the year was 123,094, and payments on duty that can not Innocently be neglecteda The constitutional duty which requires consideration. Additional advices are soon expected. Of these 1,003 were not permitted to land dropped was 33,090. The firstyear During the past year an American citizen the president from time to time to give to by those intrusted with tho control ot amountthe congress information of the state of employed in a subordinate commercial When received they will be promptly sent under the limitations of the law, and 577 pensions allowed during the the people for publio to This includes Arrears, money the Union and recommend to their consid- position in Hayti, after suffering a pro- to the congress, together with all other in- were returned to the countries from whence ed the$33,750,849.05. between the time from use. Itdrawn fromconfessed that our apmust 1m or accumulation eration such measures as ho shall judge tracted imprisonment on an unfounded formation nt hand, accompanied by a they came by reason of their having which the dates nud parently endless resources, public charges. The total arrivals the time ofallowance of pensions the certifi- of our people with Immense thn familiarity necessary and expedient, Is fittingly en- charge of smuggling, was finally liberated special executive message fully detailing accumulation actually granting tered upon by commending to the congress upon judicial examination. Upon urgent all the f acts necessary to a completo under- were 141,034 less than for tho previous year. cates. ot wealth, tho growing sentiment among the case, and presenting a representation to the linytinn a careful examination of the detailed state- a suitable indemnity was paidgovernment, standing ofthe material events leading his- Wr War. Although the law of 1800 permits pen- them that the expenditure of nubile money up to tho suf- tory of all ments and well supported recommendaThe secretary of war reports that tho sions for disability not related to military should in some manner be to their imreports of the heads ferer. By a law of Hayti, a sailing vessel to the present situation. tions contained in tho strength of the army on the 30th day of service, yet as a requisite to Its benefits a mediate and Rrsonnl advantage, the Indiof departments, who nre chiefly charged having discharged her cargo, is refused Arbitration. September last was 25,773 enlisted men and disability must exist incapacitating appli- rect and almost stealthy manner In which executive work of tho govern- clearance uutil the duties on such cargo with the By a concurrent resolution, passed by 2,144 ofllcers. cants "from the jierformnnco of manual n large part of our taxes are exacted, have been paid. The hardship of this the senate Feb. 14, 1800, and by the house ment. In an effort to abridge this commuThe total expenditures of the department degenerated sense of official such a degree as nication as much as is consistent with its measure upon American ship owners who of representatives on the 3d of April follow- for the year ending June SO, 1893, amounted labor toto earn a support" to render them and n have led to growing expurpose, I shall supplement a brief refer- conduct the bulk of tho carrying trade of ing, the president wns requested "To in- to $51,900,074.89. Of this sum $1,992,581.95 unable executlou of this law in its early accountability governmental Appropriations travagance in The ence to tho contents of these departmental that country has been insisted on with a vite, from time to time, as fit occasion may was for salaries and contingent expenses, stages does not eem to havo bean in ac- at this time when n drplelvd public treasreports by the mention of such executive view of securing the removal of this cause ariso, negotiations with any government $23,377,823.a) for the support of the mili- cord with It truo Intention, but toward ury confronts us, when many of our people business nnd incidents as are not embraced of complaint. with which the United States has or may tary establishment, $0,077,033.18 miscelin a hard struggle Upon receiving authentic Information of have diplomatic relations, to the end that laneous objects anil $20,515,031.41for public the close of the last administration an nru engagedlife and when forced for the nectherein, and by such recommendations as economy Is for authoritative construction was given to the essaries of appear to be at this particular time appro- the firing upon au American mall steamer nny differences or disputes arising between works. This latter sum includes 6 statute, aud since thnt time this construc- pressing upon the great mass of our touching nt tho port of Amapala because the two governments which can not le adpriate. for river and harbor Improvements, tion has lcon followed. This lias had the countrymen I dMre to urge with all the Foreign Relation. her captain reruseu to aenver up a passen- justed by diplomatic agoncy uiay be refer- and $3,200,141.20 for fortifications and other effect of limiting the operation of the law ranirstnrss at my command that congresWhile our foreign relations have not at ger in transit from Nicaragua to Guate- red to Arbitration aud be peacably adjusted works of liefense. to Its intended purpnw. The discovery sional legislation be so limited by strict the military authorimala Tho total enrollment of the militia of tho having been made that many names hail economy n to exhibit nn appreciation ot all times during the past year been en- ties ofupon demand ofminister to that coun- by such means." onr April 18. 1890. the international Ameri several states was on tho 3lst of October been put upon the pension roll by means of the condition of the treasury aud a symtirely free from perplexity, no embarrass- try Honduras under instructions protested ngnlnst can conference of Washington, by resoluing Situation remains that will not yield to current year, 112,537 en pathy frauds, the wanton act aud demanded satisfaction. tion, expressed the wish that all controver- of the men. The ofllcers ofofficers and do wholesale and gigantlopayments the coma of our with the straightened circumstances listed the spirit of fairness and love of justice, tho nrinv missioner fellow citizens upon Tho government of Honduras, actuated by sies between the republics of America and tailed for the inspection nnd instruction of numtwr of suspended which which, joined with consistent firmness, also of The duty of public economy sunned to bo a sense of justice and in a spirit of the ut- tho nations of Europe might be settled by this reserve of our military force rvjort fraudulent jetitious characterize a truly American foreign In its and or unauthorized landing a immense most friendship, promptly disavowed the arbitration nnd recommended that tho gov-- i that increased interest and mnrkrd prog complete examination giving notice to the nrcessnrv Importancethe taskintimate hsivl policy. now iu relation to illegal conduct of its officers and expressed of each nntion represented in thnt ress are apparent in me discipline atiu pensioners in order that they might hnve of providing My predecessor having accepted tho anient rrveiiun to meet governconference should communicate this wish efficiency of the organization. office of arbitrator of the long standing sincere regret lor we occurrence. an opportunity to establish, if ponnlhle, the mental cxiidlturm and yet It is confidently anticipated that n satis- to all friendly powers. A fnvorable redispute, tendered to Neither Indian outbreaks nor domestic Justice of their claims notwithstanding ap- peoplu's burden of federal taxation. missions boundary be reached of the president by the Argentine Republic factory adjustment will soonthe seizure and sponse has been received from Great Brit- violence have called the army Into servico parent Invalidity. Tarirr. ain in tho shnpo of a resolution adopted by during the year, and the only active mill Brazil, it has been my agreeable duty the questions arising out of and This, I understand, is n practice which After a hard struggle tariff reform is dito receive the special envoys commissioned use of American vessels by insurgents in parliament .July 10 last, cordially sym- tary duty rcuuired of it has been In the de- has for a long time prevailed In the pension rectly before us. Nothing ho important by those stated to lay before mo evidence Honduras and the subsequent denial by pathizing with the purpose in view and ex- partment of Texas, where violations of the bureau; but after enuring upon these of and arguments in behalf of their respective the successful governmenton commercial pressing the hope that her majesty's gov- neutrality laws of the United States nnd Investigation the commissioner mod- claims our attention and nothing so clearprivileges to those vessels that account. ernment will lend ready to Mexico were promptly and efficiently dealt ified this governments. so as not to allow, until after ly presents Itself as both an opportunity and n duty an opportunity to deserve the A notable part of tho southeasterly coast the government of the United States upon with by the troops, eliciting the warm ap- a completerule Tho outbreak of domestic hostilities in examination, interference tho Cavally and San the basis of the concurrent resolution above proval of the civil and military authorities the payment of n pension apparentlywith f;ratitude of our and a duty the Republic of Brazil found tho United of Liberia, between for nearly half a cennot ujion us by our oftrepeaUsl quoted. of both countries. States nlert to watch the interests of our Pedro rivers, which altogether void, but which had merely Iwen and by the emphatic mandate of It affords me signal pleasure to lay this It is gratifying to note that we have be- fixed at a citizens in that country, with which we tury has been generally recognized as behigher that authorized longing to that republic by cession and parliamentary resolution beforo the con- gun to attain completed results In tint coin by law. I rote unablethan understand why the people. After full discunsion our councarry on important commerce. nm to Several vessels of our new navy are now, purchase, has been claimed to bo under the gress, and to express my sincere gratifica- prehenslve schemu of sea ctwist defense and frauds In the pension rolls should not be trymen have spoken in favor of this reform ot Its acvirtue of and for some time have been, stationed at protectorate of France in the native agree- tion that tho sentiment of two great and fortification, entered xvan eight years ago. exiosl and corrected with thoroughness nnd they hare confided the work those who tribes kindred nations is thus authoritatively A large sum has been already expended, ami vigor. Every name fraudulently put complishment to the bauds ot Itio de Janeiro. The struggle being be- ments entered into by tween the established government, which over whom Liberia's control has not been manifested in favor of the rational and but the cost of maintenance will be incon- upon these rolls is a wicked impotltlon up- are solemnlr pledged to IU It there is anything in the theory of a peaceable settlement of International quarsiderable as compared with the expense of on the kindly sentiment in which controls the machinery of administration, well maintained. representation In public places of the More recently negotiations between the rels by honorable resort to arbitration. and with which we maintain friendly relaconstruction nnd ordnance. pensions hnvo their origin; every ple ami their desire, if public officer peoare Liberian representative and the French The manufacture of heavy ordnance fraudulent pensioner has become a bad cittions, and certain ofllcers of the navy Ambassadors really the wrvnnu of the people, and If the vessels of their commaiid In an fovernment resulted in the signature at Since the passage of the act of March 3, keeps pace with the current needs, but to izen: every false oath In support of a penpromises And professions hnve any whereby as an adjustattack upon the national capital and chief tho render these guns available for the pur- sion has made perjury more common, and senport, and lacking, as it does, the ele- ment certain Liberian territory is ceded to 1803, authorizing thetopresident to raise the poses they are designed to meet, emplace- false and undeserving pensioners rob the binding forces, our failure to give the regrade of our envoys correspond with ments of divided administration, I have France. This convention at last advices rank in which foreign countries accredit ments must be prepared for them. Pro-- f people not only of their money, but of the lief so long awaited will be sheer recreancy failed to see that the Insurgents can reason- had not been ratified by the Liberian legis- their agents here, Great Britain, France, tress has been made in this direction, and patriotic sentiment which the survivors of Nothing should Intervene, to distract our attention or disturb our effort until this lature and executive. ably claim recognition as belligerants. t is desirable thnt congress, by adequate a war, fought for the preservation of Feeling a sympathetic interest in the Italy and Germany have conferred upon appropriations, should provide for tho un- Union, ought to Inspire. Thousands the reform Is accomplLshtsi by wise aud careful Thus far the position of our government of legislation. tiirrcprcsentnttves at this has been that of an attentive but impartial fortunes of the little commonwealth, the tho of ambassador, and have Capitol the bv interrupted prosecution of this necessary neighborhoods have their well knowu responded tle While we should staunchly adhere to tho observer of the unfortunato conflict. Tho establishment and development of which Accrediting tho agents of tho United States work. fraudulent pensioners, anil recent developprinciple convention between our government Hnd were largely aided by tho benevolence of in those countries with the same title. A After much preliminary work and exam- ments of the bureau establish nppnlllng justifies that only the necessity of revenue the luioiUon of tariff duties and Chili, having for its object the settlement our countrymen, and which constitutes the ination In nccordance with the require- conspiracies io accompnsn pensiou itauilh. i is that and adjustment of the demands of the two only Independently sovereign stato on the like elevation of mission willannounced by ments of the law, tho board appointed to By no means tho least wrong done is to other federal taaxtlou and economy,they Russia nud when made be lw limited by strict we countries against each other, has been made west coast of Africa, this government has met. me step iittmgiy comports similarly select a magazlno rifle of modern typo with bravo and deserving pensioners, who cer- should close our eyes to the fact with tho which to replace thMlwlete Springfield tainly ought not to be condemned to such can not that effective by the organization of the claims suggested to the French government Its hold In the the United States f rifle of the Infantry service completed have grown up nmong us which earnest concern lest territorial impairment commission provided for. its Association. nations. moors miring tue anu tne worK The two governments failing to arrree in Liberia should take place without her duty, In justice nnd fairness call for discriminatDuring a former administration I took of manufacture Is last year,progress nt the toThose who attempt, In tho lino of bo ac- ing care In tho distribution of such duties upon the third member of the commission, Unconstrained consent. now In rectify thesei wrongs, should not Our relations with Mexico continue to be occasion to recommend n recast of the national armory at Springfield. It is con- cused of enmity or Indifference to the and tnxnt on as the emergencies of our the good offices of the president of the Lawn Relating to the Consular Kerrlee fidently expected that by the end of tho claims of honent vetemus. Tho sum ex- - , government actually demand Swiss republic were invoked, as provided of that close and friendly nature which Mniilfentlv, If to aid the In order that it in the treaty, and the selection of the Swiss should always characterize the Intercourse efficient agency in might becomeof a more current year our Infantry will bu supplied Icuded on account of pensions for the year directly through we arcreform, one people of its tariff the promotion the In- with a weapon equal to that of tho most Milling June 30. 1893, was $150,740,407 II. representative in this count ry to complete of two neighboring republics. obvious tho monuments terests it was intended to subserve. The progressive armies of the world. The work of the orgnuizatlon was gratifying alike to The commissioner estimates that $105,000,-00- 0 mostin presentfeatures should be a reduccharges nec tion The work ou the projected Chlckamauga the United States and Chill. The vexatious marking the boundary oetween tho two duties and powers of consuls have been exwill be required to pay pensions during essaries of life. tariff benefits upon the a reof such The question of legation asylum for countries from Paso del Norte to the panded with the growing requirements of and Ghaturioogn National Military park the year ending June 30, palMbIii our foreign trade. Discharging important has been prosecuted with zeal and judgoffenders against the state nnd its laws Pacific is now nearly completed. The condition of the Indians and their duction wouldbybethousaniUand substantial, who would be Tho commission recently organized un- duties affecting our commerce and Ameri- ment, nud Its opening will be celebrated ultimate fate are subjects was presented anew in Chill by the unhich Are re- - seen nnd felt clothed and butter fed authorized action of the late United States der the conventions of 1S44 and lite!); it is can citizensubroad. and in certain countries during the coming year. latrd to a sacred duty of the government, sheltered. and better should lie thobetter These gifts will The reports of the Military academy nt and which strongly appeal to the son) of minister in receiving into his official resi- expected, will speedily settle disputes exercising judicial functions, these officers dence two persons who had just fuiled in growing out of the shifting currents of the should be men of character, intelligence West Point nnd tho special schools for justice and the sympathy ot our eople, lug lienefnctious of n government whose highest function Is the promotion of the and ability. special instruction of officers show marked i uur Indians iiiiiiiiht anoui '.'i3,uuo, n attempt at revolution and against Kio Grande river ea.it of El Paso. welfare of the jieople, Not less closely reUpon proof thnt tho legislation of DenNicaragua has recently parsed through advance in the education of the army and whom criminal charges were ponding, AcrlcMillure. lated to our people-prosjierity nnd two revolutions, the party at first success- mark secures copyright to American citi- a commendable ambition among its officers i Is the removal of restrictions njvon The report of tho secretary of agriculzens on equal footing with its own, tho to excel in the military profession nnd to doctiuie of asylum as applied to this case ful having in turn been displaced by lie found enceedingly Interesting, thi) Importation of the raw materials Our newly appointed minister, by privileges of our copyright laws have been fit themselves for the highet service to tho ture will is not sanctioned by tho best precedents, to our manufactures. The world especially to that large part of our citizens und, wlipn allowed, tends to encourage se- his timely good olllces, sided in a peaceful extended by proclamation to subjects of country. intimately concerned in agricultural oc- should be open to our national ingenuity dition and Btrife. Under no circumstances adjustment of the controversy involved in that country. The Kepnrt of the Attorney (ttiiiernl ami enterprise. Treasury. can the representatives of this government the first conflict. contains the usual summary of the affairs cupations. The exports of agricultural products This can not be while federal legislation, The secretnry of the treasury reports and proceedings of the department of jusThe large American interests established be permitted, under the fiction of extraterritoriality, to interrupt the ad-- . iu that country iu connection with the that the receipts of the government from ticuiorthe past yenr, together wlthcer-- from the t'nltisl States for the fiscal year through the Imposition of high tariff, forbids to American manufacturers ns cheap nil sources during the fiscal year ended tain recommendations as to needed legisla- ending June .'. 1WJ, attained the enorministration of criminal justice in tho Nicaragua canal were not molested. mous figure of In round nummaterials as those usisl by their coin The Nicaragua Canal company lias un- June 30, 1693, amounted to $I01,71G,.-M.9- 1 countries to which they are accredited. A tion on various subjects. 1 can not too bers lielng 78.7 $300,000,000,of our total itetltors. It Is quite obvious that the en cr cent temperate demand having been made by fortunately become fiuuncinlly seriously nnd Its expenditures to $159,374,071 29. heartily indorse the proposition that the Iu the Inst fiscal year this nggri-git- ttt hnuceuient of the price of our manufacwas collected from customs treatment the Chilian government for the correction embnrassed, but a generous government has There nnd from Internal revenue $101,027,-02- 3 fee system as applicable to the compeusnr products resulting from this policy was greatly reduced, nevertheless 3 of of this conduct in the instance mentioned, la?en extended to it by the tion of United States attorneys, marshals, reached 1015,000,000, living but per cent of tured 75,1 not only confines the market for these pro03. Our dutiable imports amounted to the minister was instructed no longer to Nicaragua. The United States are es- $421,850,711, nn Increase of $52,453,007 over clerk of federal courts aud United States nil American commodities exported. ducts within our own lsmlers to thn direct pecially interested in the successful achieveharbor the offenders. commissioners, should tie abolished with A review of our agricultural exports disadvantage ot our manufacturers but aIo ment of the vast undertaking this company the preceding year, nnd Importations free as little delay as possible. Jho legislntion last year known as special reference to their destination Increases their cost to our citizens. The has iu charge. That it should be accom- of duty amounting to $444,514,211. a deThe report of tho postmnster general with show that in almost every line tho The Geary Law, will of lah"r are certatuly, though indiplished under distinctively American aus- crease from the preceding year of $13,455,-41contains a detailed statement of the operaquiring the registration of all Chinese la- pices and its enjoyment assured not only to Internal revenue receipt exceeded tions of the postolllce department during United Kingdom of Great Britain aud Ire- rectly, Involved In tills feature of our tariff borers entitled to residence iu the Unilvl the vessels of this country as a channel of thoso of the preceding year by $7,147,4 15.32. the last fiscal year nnd much interesting land nlisorb by far the largest proportion. system. The sharp competition aud actno among our manufacturers to supOf cattle iu States and the deportation of nil not com- communication letweeu our Atlantic and On tho first day of Novcnilier, 1693, the touching this important value for tho total exports aggregated 30, strugglelimit ply the demand for their goods, the fiscal yenr ending Juno plying with the provisions of the net with- Pacific seaboards but to the ships of the amount of money of ull kinds in circula- information public service. branch of the 1893, JtJ,(XXJ,000, of which Great soon fill the narrow market to which they in tho time prescrilied, met with much op- world iu the interests of civilization, is a tion, or not included in treasury holding, Tho business of the malls Indicate with took considerably over $25,000,000. Britain aro confined. Then follows a susHinsion oil Of lccf position from Chinese in this country. proposition which, in my judgment, does was $1,71 8,514, GS2. an Increase for the year absolute certainty the condition of the busof $113,404,047. Estimating our population iness of tlie country, and depression iu products of nil kinds, our total exports work In mills and factories, a discharge of Arthur upon the advice of eminent counsel not admit of question. were $2S,000,000, of which Great Britain employes and distress in the homes of our that the law wns unconstitutional, the Led by a desire to compose differences nt G7,420,00lat tho time mentioned, the per financial affairs inevitably great mass of Chinese laborers, pending and contribute to the rcitoratiou of order capita circulation was $35.40. On the same duces tho postal revenue. and quickly re-n took $24,000,000. Of products the total ex- workliigmcn. Even if the often disproved Therefore ports were $84,000,000, of which Hreat Brit- assertion could bo inado good that a lower jurdleinl inquiry as to its validity, in good in Samoa, which for some years previous date there was in the treasury gold bullion larger discrepancy than usual between .faith declined to apply for the certificates had been the sceno of conflicting foreign amounting to $90,057,273, und silver bullion postoflice receipts nud expenditures Is the ain took $53,000,000. In breadstuff's, cot- rates of wages would result from free raw the ton nnd minor products like proportions materials and low tariff duties, the intellirequired by its provisions. A test case pretensions nnd native strife, the United which was purchased at a cost of $120,201,-65expected and unavoidable result of the dis- sent to tho same destination nre shown. gence of our workingmrn leads them "upon proceeding by habeas corpus was States, departing from its policy, consetressing stringency which has The work of tho statistical division ot quickly tn discover that their steady embrought before the supreme court, nnd, on crated by a century of observance, entered The purchases of silver under tho law of throughout the country during prevailed much of .May 15, 1893, a decision was made by that four years ago into the treaty of Berlin, July 14, 1690, during tho last fiscal year, the time covered by tho postmaster gener- the department of agriculture deals with ployment, permitted by free raw materials, farming. tribunnl sustaining the law. thereby becoming jointly bound with aggregated 54.003,102.59 fine ounces, which al's report. There was a deficiency last all that relates to the economics of remrtsTs is the most Important factor In their relation to tariff legislation. The main purpose of its monthly under the recent England and Germany to establish aud cost $45,531,374.53. The total amount of year of nearly $8,000,000. It is believed that extending the A measure has been by the apto keep the farmers informed as fully as amendment of the act time maintain Malletoa Lanpepa as king of silver purchased from the time that the The total number of nostoffices in tho possible of ull matters havliignnylntluence propriate congressional prepared committee law became operative until the repeal of United States on the 30th day of June, 1893, i for registration, the Chinese laborers Samoa. tariff reform on the lines herein upon tho world's markets iu which their thereto entitled, who desire to reside in The treaty provided for a foreign court of its purchasing clause, on the first day of was 08,403, an 1,281 pre-which will be promptly subsale. Its publications pioducts this country, will now avail themselves of justice; a municipal council for the district November, 1803, was 108,074.590.40 fine ceding year. increase of 3,300 over the 1 especially findthe commercial side ot relate suggested, legislative Of these were presl-mitted for farmto action. It Is the retho renewed privilege thus afforded of es- of Apin, with a loreigu president thereof, ounces, which cost $155,930,940.84. Between ueutiat, au increase in that class oi .mover ing. sult of much patriotic nnd unselfish work, tablishing by lawful procedure their right authorized to advise the king; n tribunal the first day of March, 1873, and the first the precediug year. Importance nnd I believe it deals with its subject conIt Is therefore of to remain, and that thereby the necessity for the settlement of native itnd foreign day of November. 1893, tho government The report of the secretary of the navy nnd vital concern profound to the farmers of the, . sistently aud as thoroughly asexlitlng conof enforced deportation may to a great de- land titles, and a revenue system for tho purchased, under all laws, 503,003,717 fine nntttnlnu ii liluriKtf ff (liu finuMMAiiu rf United States, who represent nearly one-- ditions permit 1 am satisfied that the regree be avoided. kingdom. It entailed upon the three ounces of silver at a cost of $518,622,948. ex-tariff duties provided for in tho prohnlf of It has devolved upon the United States powers thnt part of the cost of the new Tho silver dollars that have been coined department during the past year, and tho interestour population, and also of direct i duced legislation, added to existing Internal gratifying condition of to the whole country, thnt the posed minister at Peking, as dean of the diplo- government not met by the revenue of the under the act of July 14, 1890, number hlblts a most our navy, lie presents a satis- personnel of per revenue taxation, will in the near future, worK ot this division he evidently 30,087,285. The seigniorage arising from matic body, nnd in the absence of a repre- Islands. though iud iuira.i ntuuu una immediately, produce sentative of Sweeden and Norway, to press Early in the life of this triple protector- such coinage was $0,977,098 39, leaving on ittuiurj liuuiuit ui construction of vessels, formed nnd th Information it has gathered t sufficientperhaps not meet the needs ot been made in the revenue to the upon the Chinese government repetition ate the native dissensions, it was designed bund in the mints 140,099,700 flue ounces of and makes n number of recommendations do promptly mutiscii. It is n matter for congratulation to know government. for the recent murder of Swedish mission- to quell, revived. Rivals defied the author- sliver, which cost $120,758,218. to which attention is especially invited. The committee, nfter full consideration, that the secretary will not spars any effort Our total coinage of all metals during aries at Sung Pu. The question is of vital ity of the new king, refusing to pay taxes Progress iu tho construction of new to make this part of his work thoroughly and to provide, against a temporary deinterest to all countries whose citizens en- and demanding the election of a ruler by the last fiscal year consisted of 97,285,-87- 5 anticihas not Ix'en as rapid as ficiency which may exist before the busimissionary work in the interior. pieces vnlued nt $43,005,178 00, of which pated. There have been delays wasthe com- useful. gage in native suffrage. Mataafu, au aspirant to in In each stats nud territory an agricul- ness of the country adjusts Itself to the By article 13 of the general act of Brus- the throne, and a large number of bis na- there are $30,035,140 in gold coin, $5,343,717 pletion of minrmored vessels, but for the sels, signed Jul v 2. 1690. for the suppres tive adherents were in open rebellion ou in silver dollars, $7,217,220.90 in subsidiary most part they have been such as are con- tural experiment station has been estab- new tariff schedules, have wisely embraced iu their plan a few additional internal revsilvar coin, and $1,083,102.00 in minor coins. stantly occurring even in countries having lished. These stations by their very charsion of the slave trade, and the restriction one of the Islands. tax upon of certain injurious commerce in the inde-- 1 It is estimated that on the first day of the largest experience in naval ship build- acter aud name are the proper agencies to enue taxes, including a small corporate inQuite lately, at the request of the other inpendent state of the Congo nnd in the adJuly, 1893. the metallic stock of money in ing. The most serious delays, however, experiment with and test new varieties of comes derived from certaiu and In fulfillment of its treaty jacent zone of Central Africa, the United this government agreed to unite the United States, consisting of coin nnd have been In the work upon armored ships. seeds, nudjfret this Indiscriminate and vestment. assessmrnts nre not only abThese new by legislation and wasteful States and the other signatory powers in a joint military movement of such di- bullion, amounted to $1,213,559,109, of The trouble las been the failure of con- legislatorsdistribution answering no pur- solutely Just and easily borne, but they continues, agreed to adopt appropriate means for the mensions as would probably secure the which $597,097,085 was gold aud $015,801,484 tractors to deliver armor as agreed. The pose unless it be to remind constituents have tho further merit of being such as punishment of persons selling arms and surrender of the insurgents without blood- was sliver. now, however, to The recent repeal of the provision of law difficulties seem and armor Is beinghave that their representatives are willing to re- can lie remitted without unfavorable busiammunition to the natives and for the shed. The warship Philadelphia was acdebeen all overcome, member them with gratuities at public ness disturbance whenever the necessity of confiscation of the inhibited articles. cordingly put under orders for Samoa, requiring the purchase of silver bullion by livered with satisfactory promptness. their Imposition no longer exists. govern, It being the plain duty of thisnefarious but before she arrived the threatened the government as a feature of our monby cost As a result In my great desire for the success of this Under the sanction of existing legislaetary scheme has made an entire change in ship builders of the experience ncquired anent to aid in suppressing, the conflict was precipitated by King aud designers aud material tion there was sent out from the agricul measure 1 can not restrain the suggestion traffic, impairing asit does the praiseworthy attack upon the insurgent enmp. the oomplexiou of our currency affairs. I men It is believed thnt the dates when ves- tural department during the last fiscal that Its success can only be attained by that and civillzingeffortsuowinprogressln passed Mntaafa was defeated and a number of his do not doubt that the ultimate result of sels will lie completed can now be esti- year enough of cabbage seed to plant 19,200 means ot unselfish counsel on the part of region, I recommend that an act be men killed. The British aud German nav- this action will be most sulutary and mated with reasonable accuracy. Great acres of land, a sufficient quantity of beans the friends of tariff reform, and as result of arms aud intoxprohibiting the sale al vessels present subsequently secured tho rapid fire guns, torpedoes and pow- to plant 4,000 acres, beet seed enough to ot their willingness tosubonlinate personal In the nature of things, however, it is er are being promptly supplied. icants to natives in the regulated zone by surrender of Mataafa and his adherents. plant 2,500 acres, sweet com enough to desires and smbltions to the general good. our citizens. The defeated chief and 10 of his principal impossible to know at this time precisely Since 1880 congress has, at each session, Costa Rica has lately testified its friendli- supporters were deported to a German is- what conditions will be brought nbout by authorized the building of one or more plant 7,800 acres, sufficient cucumber seedn The local interests affected by the proposed reform are so numerous and so varied to cover 2,025 with vines and enough ness by surrendering to the United States land of the Marshal croup, where thuv are the change, or what, if any.supplementary vessels, secretary of tho navy pretiiat if nil are insisted upon the to plant in the absence of a convention of extradi- held as prisoners under the joint respousl- - legislation may, in the light of such con- sents nn and the plea for the continuance of acres. and watermelon seedsof llower 9,075 embodying tho reform must legislation earnest The total quantity aud Inevitably ditions, appear to tie essential orexpedlent. this plan. He recommends the authorization, but upon duly submitted evidence of unity anu cost oi three powers. vegetable seeds thus distributed were confail. Of course, after the recent financial percriminality, a noted fugitive from justice. An extradition treaty with Norwnyhas tion of at least one battle ship and six tor- tained in more than 9,000,000 packages, In conclusion, my intense feeling of reis uecessaiy for It is trusted that the negotiation of a treaty recently been exchanged and proclaimed, turbation, timebusiness confidence. and they were sufficient, if planted, to cov- sponsibility impels mo to invoke for tiie of When, pedo Inmts. am distinctly in with that country to meet recurring cases of conWhile I lluwall. manifold interests of a generous and however, through this restored confidence, sistently pursuing tho policy favor have in- er 69,590 acres of land. of this kind will soon bo accomplished. he most scrupulous care and In view of these facts this enormous exIt is hardly necessary for me to state that the money which has been frightened into augurated of building up a i wo In my opinion treaties for reciprocal exrough and legitimate returns tradition should be concluded with nil the questions arising from our relati s .' boarding places is returned to trade aud efficient navy, I cannot refit, a from the penditure without abolished. Anticipat-of to pledge my willing support to every legislative effort for the advancement of tio enterprise, a survey of the situation will suggestion that the congress should care- benefit ought to lie those countries with which the United with Hawaii have caused serious eml greatness tntes has not already conventional ar- rnssment. Ju.it prior to the instnliatloi of probably dbslose a safe path leading to a fully take Into account the number of un- ing a consummation so manifestly in tho country. aud prosperity of our belovv . GiiOVEli CtEVELANU. rangements of that character. I have the present administration, the exist g permanently sound currency abundantly finished vessels ou our hauda aud the de interest of good administration, more than deemed it ilttiug to express to the govern-we- government of Uawuii had been suddenly sufficient to flUMt every reuireawat at our of Costa ltlca and Columbia the Semi-Weekly pur-chaso- of inti-mn- te PRESIDENTSJIESSAGE. la-e- I 475,-&- br-co- 15,290,-670.4- 1 ro-ce- nt fellow-citizen- s eon-ditlo- fam-yo- lU well-ln'li- ig nn-oth- I nec-esa- ry ! I -' 1 ex-jort- s. $20.,J55,-010.7- sts 7. 1 3. 1 1 , ves-be- ls Mali-etna- 's g. musk-melo- therees-tnblishme- nt -- nt ,