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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893121501 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. t wrt. " "" ip: " ""V r -- JSj'r)K-Sp--jj-t,-t7. (f Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxi. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY, ROWLAND. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 15. 1893. MIDDLEBURQ. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. j NO.83 .Messrs. uantci l)'.uayioy ami James Mr. h. D. Durham has returned from Breathitt, when) lio haH boon lor 1 KeaniB, two prominent L. & 2i. inon, f Ibanon Junction, wcro In our city uovoral weokB on legal business. supper at tho Wednesday. Thoro was n box If tho present administration fulWatt's Creek Bchool house lost Thursday night for tho benefit of tho Sunday fills tho party's pledges to the people, and they fool tho effects of it, thoro will school. run- not bo republicans enough left to start a Col. F. 8. Horton.who has been ning tho Advocate hero for sometime, country gravo-yarW. W. Elkln has been employed to bus bought tho entire outfit, and says ho is going to make it the best newspaper cut meat for ono of our boarding houses and ho makes nholcs steak out of every in tho country. The young people had a delightful part of tho beef, tho neck not oxcopted. time at Mr. E. M. Ilugueley'a last Fri- This is a fine art and ono which the den day evening, at a social given In honor tlsts ol tho country should encourage. Undo Sam Spoonatnoro was 70 years of his slater, Mlsa ltella, who la visiting old a few days ago and after eating a him from Richmond. d. Tho class nt Garrard College will give Janio Walsh Instituto is thought to a ruusicalo on the evening of tho 21st in bo on sure footing again. Mr. P. II. Taylor's school at Yose-mit- o tho college chapel. Tho union meeting Sunday night will closo Friday with nn enterwill bo hold nt tho Presbyterian church. at night. tainment Thero will bo a Christmas tree at the Services by Eld. Greer. Christian church on Christmas night. Uncle John Coulter, who has been very low with lagrippo, is able to walk about tho houso. The Mountain Echo scribo of this place, in a recent issue of that papor, after noting the probability of a wedding and tho progress of a protracted meeting, both of which were past and forgotten, pitched into us again with all tho vim he could command. It was not our intention to notice anything else that ho might say, but just for the fun of tho thing wo will giye him a few more quids to chew on, as it scorns that is about all he is good for. In his reference to us as a teacher, lie seems to have forgotten that he has followed tho business of teaching for tho last 40 years at least, without any success whatever, except in tho drawing of his salary. If our efforts in tho school room had all been abortive we could not have been a worse falluro than the Echo correspondent, at least if half be true that is said of his teaching. Now, wo want it understood, that this is our last, regardless of what he may Bay in tho future. But before closing wo wish to Bay that wo have an aversion to the throwing of either mud or stones, but if driven to throw either, wo prefer to use the latter. And as tho Mountain Echo man has suggested it, if he will shod his oil cloth coat, replace his slouch hat with ono more respectable, button up tho front of his pantaloons, and wash his feet, we might be inducod to engage for a short time in a throwing match with him, but until those conditions are complied, we shall avoid him as we would a Deputy Collector Thos. Austin has ( I TO QUA FRIENDS AOTD returned from a raid through bo mo of the mountain counties. He and his pos-s- o CUSTOMERS. N succeeded in destroying four illicit distilleries. Miss Alice Young returned to school In Virginia Mr. H. 0. Jennings is sick with the grip. Col. W. 8. FerguAnd at prices to suit the times ? If so, come to us. Our motto is son is in town. good goods at the same price 'you pay for shoddy stuff at many In contests between members of the prize ring, there is rarely, if ever, any places. We give as a suggestion something from among this list loss of life ; nnd yet prize fights are deRev. A. 8. Petry was in Pine Knot sumptuous meal he went out and helped for a nounced by many of those who are the last Sunday. Mr. J. Speed Carroll, who his son, J. T., maul raits in tho after especial champions of "Foot Ball," in has been teaching school at Roost, in noon. Ho is in good health and does which many lives have been lost, to y home this week. Crlt all kinds of farm work. This Is tho reBell county, jb at of living slowly and sleeping sound nothing of the cuts, bruises and wounds Johnson has a new son at his home. sult iy. inflicted In a game that Is as senseless as Mother and son doing well. Mr. Marlon Beets and Miss Liza it is ludicrous. Rev. J. N. Prcstidge baptized 11 Mrs. Josephine Henry has opened as tho re Lenahan wero quietly married Monday conVerts last 8unday afternoon up her batteries upon foot ball, and in a at the Baptist evening at Rev. M. 2f. Early'e. No one suit of the revival services reduced to $ I, $1.50, $2,32.50, S3.50 and up. communication Present: lengthy and Dr. Rider, of New York, was present except the minister's family church. and tho bride's mother. Wo tender conin the Lexington Leader, denounces the preached at the Congregational church gratulations. It is strange, however, game as brutalizing and less reputable last Sunday morning and evening. that according to Holy Writ, a man must than prize fighting. Sho thinks that if Mrs. Ellen Berry was burned to our colleges continue to encourage such Mr. Sharp leave his father and mother and cleave death at tho home of her son, games, they ought to bo supplanted by Of Dress Goods at reduced prices. See our all wool Black Serges Monday. Mrs. Barry was unto his wife, whilo) the ifo can have Berry, last of them around all the timo. common schools. and Henriettas at 48c, 65c, 75c, $1 and 1.25. We have a few Eiderabout 00 years old. and for the last few ono or both A voto will bo taken in a short time At a meeting of the directors of the down Comforts left, which we will sell years her mind had been very bad, and at cost. leaguo of tho American wheelmen held in Stanford on the question of establish-llahin- g Borne one staldjin her room moat all tho a graded school. We take it that nt Louisvlllo Monday, they chose tho time. On last Monday she sent tho girl Lancaster band as their official band in out on an errand, the peoplo nood no argument In favor of who staid in her room Kentucky. This insures the boys a numshe returned tho old lady was tho proposition, as they Are intelligent and when ber of fine trips, the principal one being Of Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, &c. As usual our Handkerchief lying on the floor burned to a crisp. She and realize the fact that education is an indlspcnrablo factor in tho make-utp tho annual meet and races of the bi- stock is still the best. See our initial Handkerchief of was burled in the family burylng-grounat 5c. New civilization. It is cyclists at Owensboro next spring. The that crime Tuesday. Muffs, Gloves, Ties, &c. Cover $1. Mats at 4- -4 Chenille Table is generally found among the ignorant, boys sIbo have a partial engagement to 6- -4 UIERTY. Chenille Table Cover at $1.50. Entire stock of and the small tax imposed to support go to Washington with the Knights of prime cost. such a school would be met by a lees Pythias. Boots at cost. All wool Shirt 75c. Fancy and Red Calicoes at 5c. Mr. V. B. Jones, of Moreland, asWhen the postofUces aro disposed of Odds and ends in Children's Underwear sisted by Ben Staton, of this place, has rate being required to run the machinand the stillbouse watches aro comfortajust finished putting on a heavy coat of ery of courts to prosecute crime. Again bly sated, tho pebhe will get quite a roof of our it would Invite immigration and as tho skunk. black diamond paint on the breathing spell upon the rubject of "patcourt house, which has on value of property is regulated by popuvaluable BRODHEAD. it would of course bo enhanced. ronage." A dispenser of patronage and hanced its looks considerably, and will lation, There aro many other reasons in favor a postoflico peddler is an important O. W. Adams, a good citizen who no doubt extend its durability. and everybody, old and young, We throw On Friday last Deputy Sheriff Prior of tho preposition, to say nothing of tho lived about two miles out of town, died big nnd little, learned and unlearned, Lanbara, charged fact that it is tho duty of every man to last Friday of heart failure. Young captured Frank with making an unlawful assault upon a surrender a part of his own comfort and MrThomas McRoberts, Jr., wont to rich and poor, is deeply interested in woman, but the prisoner some of his natural rights for the good of Stanford tho first of this week. Mr. J. knowing who is to lick stamps at married or eit straddle of a whisky barrel at escaped. On Saturday evening Marshal society and the promotion of the general H. Ohon, of Greenwood, is at the AlYouug welfare. Tho church excepted, our bright Houbo having Dr. I. S. Burdott the tanglefoot distillery of Mr. Jones, at But give you anything in our stock at prices as low if not lower than Dever, of Hustonville, notified Bullfrog Hollow. any of our competitors. We wish to thank our customers for their that he had captured Lanhatn near that schools famish stepping stones to every- treat his eyes. Tho good people of Lexington have Young immediately thing that is great, good, high, pure and Mr. George O. Holdon, of Cincinnati, place Deputy patronage and hope for a continuance through the coming year, and O., tha postoilke inspector, was in our organized a "Humane Society," the went to Hustonville, and returned with enobliug in life. we promise to always look to their interest, as their interest is ours. town Monday looking after the robbery chief object of which is the prevention of him about 4 a. m. on the next morning, Very Respectfully, cruelty to animals. They have adopted HUBBLE. which occurred in tho postoillce on the and delivered him to Jailer Brown. n badge of German silver to be worn on a slight Since our last there has been James Engleman Is down from Mad- night of Sept. 21st. matrimonial revival In Casey. Married ison. L. Q. Hubble has gone to Pulnski The meeting that has been in tiie outside of the coat, which is thought will add to tho effectiveness of the order. by A. J. Glbony, John couuty to look nt on the 8th, samo jack colts. Mr. progress at tho Baptist church for the It does not appear that tho society has Mason to Miss Sabrlna Mason. On tho Al Luco and wife are expected in last two weeks, conducted bv Elders S. booh 9th. by the came, at Prescott's hotel, L. to live with their father, .My ram Luce, 0. Humphreys, of Bardatown, nnd A. J. taken any steps to prevent cruelty to tho Pike, the pastor, closed Sunday night, mombera of foot ball teams, but it may B. Minor to Miss Xora Mooro. Licenso of this place. bi that thoy regard those who engage in Mr. John were also issuod on tho 11th to Tuesday was turkoy day hero and with ten additions to tho church, live of that game as entitled to no protection, Bottio Bend, and J. B. about &00 Ellis ami Miss were bought and gathered in whom was received by confession and and hence, give their time and attention and Miss Carpenter License wero at 0 cents. Thero wero guthered in at baptism. Rifle Mr. Win. Francisco, of GumSulphur, ts objects of more importance. also granted to Ulchard Spralding nnd ono timo before Thanksgiving about 100, Quite a revival 1ms taken place in gut tho Jero Shannon, but wo failed to both Hocks making an aggregate of about and Miss Floy Sharp were united in mat- the Masonic lodge at this place, since brides. names of the premeditated WW and bringing fTSI.GO. This does not rimony Sunday in tho presence of a largo tho visit of the grand lecturer, John include what has been bought by other crowd of friends in tho Baptist church, Augustus Williams, several weeks since. 1 POETICAL GEMS. buyers and sold at other times in n small Eld. A. J. Piko ollleiating. Mr. A. E. Tho public lecture by Mr. Williams was Albright and Miss Robert L. Yeakey, Mr. V K. T. SMITH. LOUISA, VA. way. Jack Molvin nnd Miss Lizzie Horreu well attended, and the Impression mndo The Golden Rod. Mies Ianthn Snow, who has been in upon tho audience was such as to create A little Ml", with charming " tho West for some three mouths visiting were tho attendant parties. a general interest in this ancient and please to tell her, Tho 0. 0. Minstrel?, Jiilled to bo at AVd her father, friundp, lias returned and to the surprise honorable order. The Third Degree was 'Wallflower aro those, with blondincdhalr, As usual, is ready for it with the biggest line of friend tho Albright hall Saturday night, and of everybody, brought her bosom That cover the fulJi with their yellow!" when tho crowd arrived it was Boon conferred at the meeting on Monday, the and companion for life with tier. He is llth, as well as tho First Uegreo upon TwoWnysofLooklnoAt It. Mr. Ed Kenton, formerly of Cumberland learned that a part of them was considtwo candidates for initiation. Another In callow youth with what lond care county, Ky. Ho has been in tho west erably under tho influence of intoxicants. initiation took plnco on Tuesday evenV pet the dimple upon our chin, for some time; ami they were married Some of them soon began to curse ami Hut In old age how oft we swear ing, tho 12th. Tho annual election of oftherein. last Thursday in Savauah, Mo. Wo wish an ear, and exhibit their weapons, boiiio ficers for the ensuing year will bo held Whin we're to ahavt tho beard them a hnppy and prosperous journey having pistols and others knives, and on the 27th inst. The Delinquent Subscriber. this unbecoming conduct was kept up through life. It will be but a short time until the Ever brought to Stanford. His store is a regular Emporium for Xmas There1! a light ahead," a nek delinquent aaid nil evening, and at night a part of tho To an editor, when about to eiplre; Btatesmen who have been selected to crowd, with one or two of Brodhead'a goods and the best part about it is he is selling them 10 per cent! Then the editor ld "That light, I am afraid, Havo you n thought about goinj t smart Alexs, kept up a disturbance on make the laws will convene at the Cap, a reflection from Old Nlck'i blaring fire." lower than anybody. Come in and examine. A visit will convince Ii Florida this winter? It's the greatest tho streets, shooting off their pistols, etc., ital. How long they will stay remains you that he is the man to buy your Christmas supplies from. Love's Transformation. resting place in America. Season noon until after church was over, disturbing to be seen. If they should attempt to A maiden fair In satin sat, troptho makers of the constitution, opens. Elegant hotels, magnificent the peoplo at church, and intimidating imitate S7"For Oysters, Celery and the like he is headquarters. Ssjfifc. In serge her beau was surging ical surroundings. ladies, insomuch that several of them ex- or the last legislature, tho probabilities language so convincing, that In Twaa eloquent, and urging. While people in the North shiver and pressed fear In going to their homes. are they will not get through short of verge closer, you cn Warrants were issued for about six of doomsday. As a general rule inferior button their great-coatnut ere ha climbed to climax's men aro selected to fill most of the ofBail cummer streams, lounge through tho tho Crab Orchard boya, and two of RockWith words that cameao pat In, lapsed from dreary serge, His Up had magnolias, or rest under tho bloom of castle's lads. Wo can truthfully Bay that fices, both State and National, and until . For then 'twas truly and t IN. orange groves. we have never had a worse set of ruf- the people rise in their majesty Somebody's Typewriter You can angle in the best stocked,fish fians to visit our town than thoso. In notify seekers of office that their services hope nnger.bewitchingly twlnllca d ing waters of America. Each all duo respect for Crab Orchard, for sho are not needed, there is very little And tingles my heart, as she fingers each key You can have the most perfect hotol has many good citizens that we admire, ol any improvement in the quality of of public For with sunny smiles she smooths out the yrrlnklcs sorvico. it would be good for somoot thoso young talent selected to fill positions Of Cate's ravell'd sleeve, that the days bring to trust. The way to reach Florida is by tho men that they could be kept at homo me. Vestlbuled Trains of the Queeu & Ores until thoy learn now to treat their LONDON, wonderfully Strang LAUREL UOUNTY. Yet 'tis very strange-mw-men cent Itoute. in a sister '.town. Wo underWhat effect her spells can work on teller The Swiss Bell Ringers, who wero When she takes her range herorthographlc ran;e Finest trains in tho South. stand that Borne of the show boys said hero on the 12th, was one of the best enfor a spell, her hand as sriLtiR. And tries Solid Trains and Through Sleepers to that they were not responsible for the that has been here this Ii Receiving His bad conduct of thoso men that it was a tertainments PantUsu, a Hindoo, Jacksonville. The Rev. T. B. season, and they had the smallest 109 miles shorter than any other line. crowd that followed them. We will Bay who has embraced Christianity, is en : audience. deavoring to arouse sympathy in England Service aa perfect as a modern American for the benefit of the innocent that the Marriage licenso have been issued In- railway can make it. names of the guilty parties will appear for the Pariahs, outcasts of Sou thorn to the following parties in December: Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Apply to any agent, or send your ad- in this paper, when their cases are invesdia. Thoy number over 8,000,000, and, Daniel Boone and Julia Jackson; H. B. dress to W. O. Rlnearson. Q. P. A., Cin- tigated by the court, and the boys had a although, entirely free by law, are Philpot and Sallio Barnard; F. B. Gray caste men to drink pure cinnati O., for winter torist mtes, sched- lawyer In the crowd, who can plead by the and Nancy Jones. water. Thoy are, therefore, compelled ules, information as to hotels, etc. See their own cases without charges. Ballew and Collins, the train wreck to go miles to get water, and in practice that your tickets .ead over The Queen here Wednesday ers, were brought "A few weeks ago," says a corresponmoat of tho Pariahs drink only the dirty & Crescent Route. morning by the jailer of Covington, the dent in the Philadelphia Record, "I saw water left In furrows and pools in fields The Suez Canal, tho greatest work of a pale young man suffering from nose United States judge deciding that they Have open and ready for your inspection an immense assortment of The consequence is that and jungle. marine engineering, is 88 miles long, and bleed, holding out the forefingers of each should be tried by the State authorities. thoy aro constant victims to dysentery, reduces the distance from England to hand to m physician, who was engaged in The Estill Etgle tells of Judge and that, when any .typholdal disease India from 11,370 miles to 7,028 miles. tying them together with a string placed great excusiug a juror for coming late to iitrlkcs the villages, thoy die in around the last joint of each finger, I A Million Frlendd. court. The juror said the bed fell down numbers. a cure nosobleed A friend In need is a friend indeed, and not lets asked him if that would with him and his wife three times durMajor B. G. Thomas was offered a than one million hare found just such a friend in and he answered curtly: 'Yes.' I waited ing the night, and when he did finally Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, few days ago by Foxhall Keone 125,000 Coughs and Colds. If you have lever used this a few minutes and saw the cure effected.' get to Bleep he slept too late. Tne Judge Medicine, one trial you brother of tho great great itCough wonderful curative will cnnvluce ill. fnr tho vear-olpowers in all that has earnings of the closed his remarks thus: "If you were The decrease in the botol the Throat, nmT,v Tho Malor refused the offer eases guaranteed to Chest and Lungs. Eachmon cordially invited to call and see them while the stock is eojecently married I would not excuse And you are do all or tle Is tho colt was found dan ey wlh be refunded. Trial that is claimed at A. K L. &N. for the first week iu December not vR TS?unbroken. eftjfl bottles free and last night as compared with last year, was 174,430. you, but I don't want it to happen again. I'cnn) 'sdtugstore. Large bottles joe and )i. gerouBly Injured in tho pasture. to-da- y. s-- Do you "Want to Buy a Useful Present ? CHRISTMAS lCloaks well-writte- n OUR SPLENDID LINE : A Nice : Assortment d p . well-know- n per-Bona- BSXiOIHr COST Bug-tow- n, SEVERANCE & SON. Merry Christmas IS .AXMOST HERE. 11 Toys. Dolls, Fruit:, Candies, . J s MEALS SERVED TO ORDER " S1MMKB. pink-tinte- ost fello- imMtyimw4 AND: WINTER FALL GOODS. for-bldd- on FARRIS & HARDIN, Red-win- e Holiday (roods, '. - ' d -- "id-!- .. zu o u tfKiK,'; 5 i. t, -- """4,"' vwrrFn rrn u .'J ''' XLA.E;S- - JbssJSjLZ ri. HIT h I in r.v loriccs wero invented to lead tho way, It a Candidate for County Judge of Lincoln, tub. My two farms, adjoining. Very near Klngt. and roilat tho stripes are already taking ect to the action ot the Democracy. vlllettation. One or either of them. Ono SAM B.WARNACK.Pror. MARY DERWENT'S FASHION GOSSIP a sosond placo after the all over moire. a little oirer ot acret, the other Ho acres. published Every Tuesday and Friday barns, Improved with I saw a superb homo toilet mado of this. O. P. FROM THE FRENCH CAPITAL. AT London, - - KENTUCKY. All highly and tee them, good retldencet beanng Call a,ooo young Ac. It was cut princess, with a long train. It a candidate for Jailer, lubject to the action of fruit Irret, apples and ptachet on the gi acre ADVVNCK preand in Refitted and $2 PER Y1CABW About 10 inches from tho bottom there he Democratic party, lie would appreciate jour pared to attend rcfurnithed of the everr wayRates farm. Old age and Infirmit'et my reatoa for wantpublic. the wants The Rage For Aping the Styles of Russia. was a 10 inch ing to tell. All unincumbered. not to paid S2.0O will be charged.vute. bonier of black velvet 5i(Sm very reatonable. D. M.CRKIGIITON, Lovely Gown Seen nt tho Opcrm SensiKlngtvllle, Ky. embroidery on tho black moire, 7j.tf bly and Modestly Attired Young; Ladles. nud this was outlined by a lino of the JOHN M. JOHNSON D. S. New Model Gown. smallest possiblo garnet beads. The It a Candidate for Attettorof Ltncoln county K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. JOHN B. DoNAItDI, was trimmed in the same manner, subject to the action ol the Democratic party. waist old stand ol J. 11, Green, in At the Copyright, 1693, by American Press Asaoclft-Uournln Carriage Painter and Trimmer, Trlo iwavo. Rowland t with tho addition of largo volvet puffs to at j:to p. m. Hustonvillo, - - Kontucky, 'All kinds of vehicles painted trlmmtd and retho sleeves, capped by rich bourdon lace. VERYTHLNGin A. GIVENS t style Plain and ornamental Paris now is Rus- Tho collar was nppliquu and beaded, and Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub Would be eltd to see hit numerout friendt and paired In LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. thow them his stock of goods confuting of furnibignt. Satitfaction guaranteed In both workman1sian. Thero has so wero tho front parts of tho lower ject to the action of the Democratic party. 7 P ture. Saddltry, Hardware, lluggtetaud Farming ship and price. Shop on main street, over Wo, M ait tram going North....... Implements. Give him a call, m 4 7 6m Daugherty's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky. never been such sleeves. Tho wholo mado up ono of tho South..... t3P ; 1 v ,ii - ,1 it 51 pro --i Einrtss trainii' South riot 01 iiusning richest gowns of tho season. Black L 'a? t. North......... ..." A. S. jowels mounted moiro and white moiro are sometimes jejtVJLT' Local Freight North....M..... ..J 07 pm ErMtt-Makin- g. South..-.It candidate "thibt 'mv'" in scmibarbaric used together as a combination and is thea democratic for Jailer, subject to tho action of " ,aaM r " SURGEON DENTIST. party. The latter train alto carry pauengert. splendor as wo managed much easier than tho black Office over McRoberts. Drug Store In the sew The abov It calculated on itandard time. Solar aro seeing now. and whito bayodero stripes over moire, Owtlty Building. iete it about io minutet fatter. 91. MRS. COREY SAUNDERS, Thero are great which aro so trying to tho eyes. The Stanford. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. green malachito Btripcs being bo sharply defined, it is Is a Candidate for Aiscitor, subject to th action Of Cincinnati, hst located In Stanford for the purpote of conducting a Drett. Making Ettab pins, brooches, next to impossiblo to cut a gown so that of the democracy. ...STANFORD. iithment. She Is fully conversant with all the Train pate Junction City as follow! : j49sieHHE braoolots and theso stripos will not meet in soruo sharp styles and In cutting utes the French Isllor SysVettlbule Limited. 11. Jo HSouth. bound. No. t., Mr. Win. Klce' on nocklaoos set cross lines destructive to graco or beaua. m.: No. 1 . Chicago Limited, . a. m. ; No. stable, tem. She can be found at she will be glad to have Lower Main Mreet, where New Orleaut Express. 11.17. m.; No. 7., Local, with rubies and ty. They havo not beon well received th ladiet call on ber. Vestibulo, 8.40 p. 77m ii.i p. m.; No. 9., Blue Grate It a Candidate for Astestor, subject to tne action At John Mjnefte's diamonds. Thero here, and for that very reason thoro has of the Democratic party. ntw brick on Depot meet, bf North bound. -- No. I, Vettlbule Limited. 6.48 aro tiaras containing all tho colors that beon a determined effort to get rid of p. m. ; No. 4., Faet Mail, a.Sl p. m. ; No. 6 , ChicaW. go Limited, 1.17 a. ra., No. &., Local, j.jj a. m.; can bo found in tho way of jewels, and them, and wo Americans havo got to D. No. 10, Blue Great Special, 6 a. m. Bho who has a nocklace or other parure wear thorn. When any now stylo Who will stall times b glad to accommodate all of largo pearls wears thorn in honor of "takes" here, thoro ia littlo or no effort It a candidate for Having secured the services oi Mitt Matlie Alto the office of As. with good rigs at reasonable ratet. My 'Iluilwlll len from Ctncinnstl as Tiluimer for this season, I mado to forco it upon tho American tetsor, of Ltncoln County, subject to action of the meet all K. C. tralnt. tho lovely oinpross of Russia whoso f sS cordislty Invite the ltdie to Inspect a carefully jowels thoy are. Cloth of gold market, as tho women of this and near- democratic party. telectcO itock ol Millinery at prlcet to tult the by countries con uso all tho first outlime. The ladles are trains aro added to regal velvet gowns W.H.MILLER. J. H.SOWDER. lin of Stamped Linen invited lo see ray nice, new and Embroidery Material V. U DAWSON, and cloth of silver is as common as put, and when tho first gloss of nowness MISSLICCIX IIEAZLKV, MILLER & SOWDER, is off hero tho stuff, whatever it is, is Is a candidate for Jailer, subject'.to the action of brocade-Thero is no class in Franco Stanford, Ky. that does not do its utmost to havo Bent to my patient country women, and the democracy. -:- in that fact lies tho reason why bo man' something of Russian stylo about Wo may smilo a little, but after all it is of us try to get to Paris. BAILEY, THP P.O. MILLINERY. Young girls in this country nro al- Is a candidate for Jailer, tubject to the action of very natural under tho circumstances. Brokers, Dealers Tho French aro a pooplo loving show ways vory modestly and sensibly dress- the old JcfTersontan democracy. STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY. c C"lt at th room and tee th and display and theatrical offect to tho ed. They nro kept in tho background vorgo of folly. It pleases them just very much moro than our girls. Some of WALLACE L. C Office Interior Journal Building. f VARNON, and now to think in Russian. 80 let them tho styles worn by somo young girls of It a candidate for to the office of Countho best families hero havo been modeled ty Judjc; subject to the action of democratic parsince- wo aro tho galnors in a now com SALE. Of Millinery In townStock and pricet are JfasolateJy The goods ono general design, and as I havo ty. bination of richness and grace in tho nftor bound loplrai you. t. Fine Ulu Gratt Farm ot jjJ acre on pike way of apparol. Tho climato of Russia had a sight of theso models I transcribe 10 MRS. P. T, COURTS. and finely imprveu. B. requires very warm clothing and that them. Ono was mado of hairlino stripe A cream of tarter baking pow- of France not, so tho matter is blue and whito. Tho skirt was cut Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of a. Farm of too acres, finely Improved. Offered ai low pnet. der. Higest of all in leavening compromiseddoes giving the outward ap- quito plain and was trimmed with tire Dtmocracy. by strength. Latest United States pearance of tho heaviest of garments thrcoruchos of pinked dark bluo silk ; 4. Fin Blue Gratt Farm, of io acret, In high tat of cultivation, well improved; offered low Having purchased the HAYS, whilo thoy are still quito light, though tho bottom ono set on plain and tho Government Food Report sufficiently worm. Furs on plush and other two vandyked. Tho waist was Is a candidate lor alter, subject to the 'action ot J. Farm of mi acret, near R. R. ttation. Good blue gratt land; wilt sell cheap. ROYALAKINQJPOWDER CO., brocaded and matchloss wools aro all plainly gathered to a bolt of tho samo. the dcrnociaCY. 103 Wall 8t.. New Ytfrk. tho rage not hero and thero a little, Tho alcoves wero of tho samo material, j. ntu Gran Farm of ij acres, on pike, two Of J. W, Rsmser, Ism Increasing mile from btanlord; good Und; low I st aj.'poMlbl and will toon hav it the stock a as has been before, but wido bands and with folds and bows of bluo ribbon price and on eaty termt. rolls, deep cuffs and collars. Dear littlo around the lowor part. Thero was a It a candidate for jailer, subject to the action ol , 8 to it. Town lots In Stanford In areat to tult Parbonnets aro mado of fur, huvo fur bows yoko with a ripplo border of bluo vo- the democracy. purchaser. or hoada of pot its betes of some kind lvet Another, for Sunday or holiday JELLICO, TENNESSEE, e acre fine farm wit esc lent IT. Call at my store on Lancaster street anj I will or other. Naturally fox, seal and sublo wear, was of tufted choviot in fawn SAMM. OWENS, mill, dwelling and other Improvement!, on pike. make ii to your interest to trad with me Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. are tho most recherche, but fur is fur, with brown tufts. Around tho bottom 4 miles from Stanford Is a Sheriff of Lincoln county, 14 Lrg blue gratt farm, capable ol division and to bo in stylo ono most resemble a wero threo bands of volvet ribbon, two ject candidate forof tbe democratic i rimary. tubto the action W. C. HUTCHINCS. In .0 smaller farm Desirable In every particuof thorn ending in chouz of tho ribbon J lar. (JfTcied low and 00 very easy terms. The beat hotel In the city and the only one with "great big hairy Russian." Tho lomr velvot wraps of Russian and not quito meeting. Tho waiet was a tample room for drummer Eapecia attention D. 6. Good frame building; well finishto the traveling public. Ratet $j. 53r6m green aro superb, and tho hussar jack- plain, but over it was a simulated swiss ed on Main stret, ia Ktttern psrt of Slanfoad, a candidate for Sheriff of Ltnco'n rnurty, sub corselets of plaited fawn surah. Tho Is ets, with their military loops and ft, feet front, too back. Will till at a bargain. primary. aro stylish. Theso aro made upper sleoves wero of cheviot, with tho ject to th action of the democratic it Small farm of 19 acre 00 Hanging Fork. NICHOLASV1LLE, Jessamin County, Ky., Will exchange for smalt hout and lot or sell at of heavy black, dark bluo or Russian lower portion of ruffles of surah. low pile on easy terms. green, and thero aro some styles of Brown volvet ribbon and choux wero t will open on January 10th, 1S9J. a Bairy, from which t can supply any quantity of women who look better in theso than in placed over tho shoulders and twico It a Candidate far Jailer or Lincoln county and & A0ENT, i. Small farm ol So acres, s mile Irom Stanford SUl ESTATE Jersey milk to the people of Stanford and themtelvet any other garment for instance, thoso around tho bust, and tho pointed belt atks hit friendt not to commit at home and to any wcfllmproved, at a bargain. at tho following prices, delivered: work. as he is forced to stay Room 3, Farmers Exchange Bank. was also mado of that ribbon. Tho one elie. jt. Farm of to acres on Hanging Fork, near Hit candidacy ia tubject to th action ol th Dem Fresh Milk, per gallon...... .......to cent with tall, Junoliko figures. A small Fin Dluc grassland, Turnertvill woman looks simply ridiculous in one. waist opens in tho back, as docs tho ocratic party. Skimmed Milk, por gallon, ......10 cents pike, with good Improvements and nice frosts 00 young orchard. Price low, Batter Milk, per gallon ... 8 cents it is rather early for tho heavy furs in other. Another gown for feativo occa Stock, Grain, Market and Tobaco France, but tho Russian crazo is respon- sions was of printed cashmere, tho (I will make two trips dallr. The P stronage ot the G. co Farms in the Blue-Gras- s nd coltsge, nicely end 31. Hotel, ....Mij. .Ai;.i(. n . 4. Dtrv TON I tt itJ representing a handful of fading sible for this hairy outbreak. It is said V.IV.,l ....Mil J conveniently located, near depot tn London, Ky. yr. subject to the action of Nine roomsin dwetlieir. four rooms in cottar. Stanford, Ky that eomo ladies wear fur i It a Candidate for Jailer, around tho moss thrown upon a gray ground. the Democracy. store hout 01 3 rcom. All nw buildings. Also Always for sal. Alo Timber Land In th mounMary Derwent. tops of their stockings. I know thoy tains for ttle. Correspondent solicited. good bsrn. Lt joo x 300 leet, fine location lor store snd hotel. Will sell cheap an I on easy terms. Paris, Nov. 1. do around their boots. At tho opera ono sees tho loveliest or P. B. RILEY.jProprlotor, COMPARISONS ARE ODIOUS. gowns, and yon may also be suro that ! London, - Kentucky. they aro tho newest styles. At tho lost lint Isabella Proctor Says Men Aro llarely tho pretty Marquiso do Ol Cleopatra Lodge. No. 4. ot United Brothers I have moved to my new Hotel iind am better representation Idiots. At our Fruit Farmi and Nurseries on mile West of Friendship. prepared than ever to accommodate the public Nicoley woro a yellow moiro, striped Know All Men Ily Thete Presents, thtt we, Jo- of Kingsvillo, Lincoln county. W have ss fine a .ANrORD, KY., Tho prido that a woman feels in tho Good Livery attached and every convenience de- with black volvet in narrow lines. The seph S. Reid, D. C. Jackman, Abe rihauks, Scott stock of Kruil Trees as any man ever handled, sired. Give me a call. triumph of any member of her own sex lluckner, Walk.r Sutton, lames Caipenler, Jerry ready for transplanting nto orchard and garden skirt was made with a demitrain borFRANK R1LKV. 77 Milier Kroadus, '.V. D.Tar-dil- this Fall Orcbau'sof Anples and Peaches will dered with a deep band of black Sibe- is certainly n justifiable ono. It is pleas- Wade, Frank Adklns, Helm, Hugh lUker, John be assorted 10 suit customer at J 10 per hundred. Green Helm, John to know that women aro ablo to Cook. Smith Erabry. Wm Jones and Robt. Lytic, The trees are nice, the varieties the best. Everyrian fox. Tho elbow sleeves woro donblo ant Hotel, renovated rctidenttof Lincoln county, Kentucky, here- thing needed to mako home attractive and the It puffed, tho upper puff black velvot, tho hold up their end on tho burden of en- all associate ourtelvct together and become incor- children happy will be found here. For circulars Its This charge and I intendand refurnished, M now my by to conduct it to A. McKEE h CO., Kentucky, address State of J. sot only maintain in high reputation, but lo add lower, yellow volvet, with a fall of su- deavor in scieuco, ort. literaturo, me- porated under the laws of th espres.ed and adopt Klngsvillr, Ky. . 4 hereinafter to ill long list ol friends. Special accommodachanics, business, oven personal brav- for the purpotearticles of incorporatian, li It was squaro in tho neck, All persons bavin? claims against the estate of perb lace. the fcllowing tions for commercial travelers and fine rooms for be Cleool Ihtdlsploy of tmpla. D. G. Slaugh cr, dee'd, will file the same properI. with a rich medicis collar studded ery, although physical cowardico is patra The nameNo. the corporation ihallllrothers of of the United certified to and proven with me by an. 1, '04. Lodge, ly 43, Tho Princess do with them a natural law by virtue of Friendship. Any one knowing- himself to be indebted to the thickly with pearls. A!Flrst-Clas- s Saloon ottate will call and settle immediately. Broglio woro a black and gold costumo their small inusclo and delicato limbs. II. The principal place of butirets at Stanford, R. II. 1IKU.N AUUll, Aumr,, And when ft man bumptiously or cyn- Kentucky general Aad BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached Crab Orchard, Ky also, tho back of rich black moiro and nature of the businttt to be The II. 791m 3MI JOSEPH COFFKY. ol aid to Full stocks of fruit and ornamental trees, grap tho front of gold brocade. Tho sleeves ically relegates women to a position "a trantactcd thall be Ihe Riving pio.iding member! of fuodt every, asparat tick ordlttreued; the cor- - littlo better than his dog" a spirited who are aud for the builal of the dead and the re- vines, usually us, small Iruits, shrubs, and wero singlo drooping puffs. Tho thing found in a nursery establishment. JOHNSON'S Bister may bo excused if Bho cites a fow therefor lief of tno memberthip geuerally, who are lndl- - We sell direct to the planter and have no agents Fall3 Branch Jelllco Coal Co., MAGNETIC OIL! 5fiJ uu Catalogue on application. anil neeuy, ana 10 examples in disproof of his theories. SiTA! ml'" Instant Klllerof Pain. II. F. HILLKNMEVER, cgeofthe Order Ih itt charitable undert ikinjt. Mincnand thipprrt olthc GENUINK Refutation never convinces n man of and todotuch ithiugsat come within th scope of Leiiugiun, Ky. Internal and Extornal. Oires RHEUMATISM, NEURAL that stamp, however, fiinco ho is euro clarity and benevolence. being organited for charits. Hack, Hpralne.Uruise, OIA, Lame w to lack thoso proverbially masculino bioIV. The corporationit to have no capital stock or Swelling, Still Joints, COLIU and purpotn only, It (ORAMl'S lntnntly. Cholcrrt Mor- to attributes, justico and logic. Such ttockholdert; but each perton who contributes be Try it. We are tbe sole agentt tor Stanford .and Gtu, Croup. inptuoria, Bore 1 nroai, dollsrt Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and rail- bUEADACUE, as If by rcnglc. men aro not very common, Cor us n rulo the corporation the sum of teven ail the shall benefits a member and entitled to deemed roadcrossin; men aro by no means idiots except in as such, to long ss he shall comply with the rules THE HORSE BRAND, i&&JK?$SJZ 6 HIGGINS A WAITS. of the corporation and pay such dues, fine and Penetrating Llnlmcntf or Mats ' T If a fow extremely minor matters. the most Fowerf nl and shall be made against the members assessments at or Boast In existence. Large tl size 75c., cue. size 10c But tho habit of comparison too often from time to time for its support. V JOHNSON'S ORIENTAL SOAP. the WL ' , '.A V. docs not stop short at tho limit of ar- filing The corporation inihall commence frem recGreat Skin Cure and the proper office for Medicated and Toilet. The ol!thee articles o gument, within tho bounds of which it ord and terminate lit the expiration ot Fac Boautlflar. Ladlen will find it Rpapmot on delicate and highly perfumed ToiletMakes tho yean. . is a lawful aid. Finding it a weapon McKINNF.Y, KY. tho market. It Is absolutely pure. VI. The affalrt of the corporation are to be conekta tjoft end velvety and restores the lost com- ready to her hand, an ovcrzealous ducted by a Hoard of five (s) Directors, to be elecluxury for the Bath for Infants, is a atid I have bought above mentioned"HoteI at Mc flexion I ltchine, cleanses tho scalp acd promotes woman of not too powerful judgment ted annually, from their by the lawful inmembn. s cf DOWNS FOR YOUNO OIRLS. first meeting Dicemfor Kinney and have attached a the corporation, at ne growta. ot balr. Price 23c. For sale by is apt to wiold it when no battlo ia wag- of each year. And at the same time there shall be sago was half lew, of black velvet and elected a Mas'er, a Deputy Matter, a Secretary First-Gla- ss liiiTP gold lace, and tbero was a deep frlngo ing, and tako an aggressivo stand when and an Attlttant Secretary and a Treaturer, which Bar and Fool Room. & A. R. PENNY. nobody is thinking of rnisiug an issue. latt named officers shall be the executive officers of gold bullion around tho nock and Have repaired and refurnished the Hotel and fill various chairs tho corporation, and A. G. L an ham around tho pointed corsage. a in belter than ever With this General conversation under her influ- of the stated meeting!, shall all the which officer! John B.;Cattlcman. of end ence assumes a tono of hostility that is at hold office tor one year and until their tuc was worn a tiara of diamonds and ruthall SK The Treasurer Prepared to Accommodate the bies and a necklnco to match. Tho almost personal or languishes into em- crtsori are elected toand qualified. the faithful per- AltrUJT.vV1B9lPJil. bond for 4fi barrassed pauses. Sho does moro harm thall be required in Rive sum as shall be fixed by S&EfZ-y- E Public. Couuteis Clary woro a gown of black formance of duty, tuch Mi and bydawt. The corporation chant illy over a lining of gold colored than good to tho causo sho champions th constitution tnid othcet to boM tame until Ihe Hpocial attention lo Commercial Mn. shall at once fill Fine Uvcry and Feed Stable attached. moiro, tho corsago draped and held and renders it nctively offensivo to its election in December. The said officers and IloarA powers as shall be as. duties P. W. GREEN Proprietor, by jeweled buttons. This lady is of tho friends and foes nliko by tho very vaunt- shall have suchby the and a d to be rulet signed them JESfj ROUT, Manager. famous old family who for bo long ing and self assertion which sho con- adopted. OILVERWRt have all been tho dovoted followers of demns in men. Such a courso nover yet VII. The private property of the members debit. won any convert to tho standard. It is to be exempt from corporate the corporation the of Franco, going into shall VI I. The Indebtedness f exilo with her and bearing her sorrows calculated rather to arouso enmity than no exceed five thossanr dollar. Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt to convince. A woman may bo a stanch IX. Th said corporation shall have perpetual as if they woro their own. Upon her succession, tbe right to sue and be sued in Its cor personal attention given to repair My mother, Mr. Kate Dudderar, ha Just re breast tho young countess woro a bunch believer in and upholder of her own porate name to have a common seal, lo make turned Irom th cities with an elegant line of mil MANAGERS,: sex, without flinging her gauntlet in contracts, to acquire property and trantfer same work. One call will convince you linery, embracing of Parma violots. Theso signified her To esas private tho faco of every man sho meets, not at its pleasure asand arules and Individual. for the that this is the place to trade. regulations Commerce Building, Louisville allegiance to the old days and tablish ALL OP THE NOVELTIES of rather than adherence-- to tho waiting to find out whether ho is a foe government of a Its members and thall possets all Agents throughout the South, body corpora.. powert Of the sesn, of which she will have lull control republic. Bolsgeliu or not. Boastfulness and unfavorable the The corporation thall have the njrht to reTho Countess of X OHIO She also engaged a comparison aro quito likely to awaken ceive as members the present members ol the vol- CHESAPEAKE wore embroidered which this is formed, . TBIBBLU, Local Aftrat, silver ain satin gownempire stylo, with opposition whero uono previously ex- untary association, fro-- the membership fee, as it W. with premier Firt-Olaa- s Dress-Makewithout the payment of STANFORD, KV. her arms baro to the shoulders savo for isted, sinco wo aro all, men and women succeeds tosll of the property ol said association. In testimony whereaf, witness our signatures Call and my her long green Perinot gloves, which, alike, sharers in the vanities, foibles this aist day of November, iSqy be for leave Philadelphia buying and examineyour stock ofw Millin.ry dresses. order for your reached nearly to tho shoulders. Over and inconsistencies of human nature. AbeSnanks, T. S. Retd, 1 banking you for past favors solicit same J D. C. Jackman, W. M. lonei, Baltimore, New York, It is a great mistake to assume that these her wrists were weighted with I. M. Groadus, Scett lluckner, MARY DAVIS DUDDERAR. men and women aro natural enemies, And all other Eastern Cities. massive Russian bracelets nearly four w. v. Aiains, I. M. Wade, Henry Salter, Lillard Fisher, inches wido, set thickly with emeralds. either of whom can be exalted but at Shortest)Line between Louisville, Lexington.'and Smith Embry, lohn Cook, Sr.. Sensible JAMES YEAGER. THOMAS Y EAGER. Eastern Pointt. She wore a wido diamond und emerald the expenso of the other. James Carpenter, Wm. D.Tardiff, Jr Green Helm, women do not relish an immoderate Robert Lytic, prenecklace and a tiara of the same IN EFFECT NOV. 1, i3o, Walker Sutton, John Helm, cious stones. Her hair was tied in a partisanship of their sex any better than Hugh Baker. James Green, EAST SOUND. Lve, Lexington the men discountenanced by it do. If regular bowknot, with the bows standAtlantic Expres No. st, daily 7.15am ing upward, and a full curled bang in we aro really bo much cleverer and Mldlaud Accommodation, No. a6. ex. Surii.4oam stable, braver than men, it does not becomo us toiExpress, No. J4, daily Vestibuled 6.sjpm front. Theso are but few of the Mt. Sterling Accom., No. 38, ex. Suu ......... 5.39pm lets seen at tho opera, but they havo a to continually boast over our weak This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and 8TANFORD, E.Y. on our lands without political significance aside from their brethren. If wo aro below them in tho ithers not to trespasswill be prosecuted to the full WESTBOUND. Arr. Lexington: as all tuch scalo of creation, a perpetual clamor of Wejsre In our new itabl in lb Opera House, Lexington Accom,, No. rj, ex Sun 8ooan beauty. Let us hope that Franco and Louisville Expres No. ai, dallr ia.4opm Blockland re well supplied with superiority only makes our lower posiRussiu may always remain friends. Lexington Accom. No. 15, ex Sun 4 13pm t. d. newland. Leaving international questions aside, tion moro evident. If wo aro all human Vstibulcd Exprest No: 13, daily W. H. HAYS. 6.10pm G. C LYON. beings on the same plane, about equalI will mention a few of tho lovely -- ATSolid Vestibuled Trains with Dining Cai. N FREDBAUMANN. ly endowed on tho whole, let us admit things I havo seen lately in my bus tranfer. R.L.WHITE. Have been purchased and notb Through Sleepers from Lexiugten without turnouts will leave J. L. BECK. to tho shrine of fashion. First, it and respect ourselves and each other the.stable. Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, change. T. C. BALL. 0. B. RYAN, do you know at homo that plain all over without quarreling over a question of PETER BALMER. H. W. FULLFR, are three ol the bete Barbers In the State There Gen. Pais, Agt, Give Att't Gen. Pass. Agt., IS PHILLIPS. moire antique is to bo a great vogue supremacy which does not exist. "There are alto excellent Bath Room run tn Washington, D. C. Cincinnati. J. E. BRUCE. Agcct tor Lexington SteamLaundry. Isabella Proctor. t7iia winter. There havo been stripes 8emi-Week- ly Interior Journal KOTELTIES in paeis. ivir a moiro gronnd, and several other JAMES W. GIVENS THE OLD- - JACKSON TOR- 3AXJBT - HUFFMAN r M-Wh- en np-pliq- CARPENTER, n. well-know- n 7- - - ... r&& it f J. firit-clai- 1 IlMv FARMER F. EXKIN, PRICE. 0 JNO. BRIGHT mi, J. ras m m E. KENNEDY, RAMSEY,.Pro'r., TO THE T.ADIXP, av-ori- to QA Bakincr Jrowaer . it JOHN REAL ESTATE and pott-ofE- E. Largest Best Selected - Pure PROPERTY FOR JOHN MERSUON COME to SEE ME. W. W. Grocery : Business ticular. TJ13 Florono Hotol, PETER HAMPTON, illue-gia- u Complete In Every Ninety-thre- 1 T. NEWLAND, two-sto- ry bran-debourg- s, J. T. FARRA, WIM First-Cl- as T. J. HATCHER How-lan- d fig-ur- I W. DEBORD itora-hous- a M ot-- THE RILEY HOUSE mm uwowm, Fruit Trees For Sale THE GOFFEY HOUSE JOSEPH COFFEV, Pro'r. NOTICE. to-w- Orchard, Lawn Garden. y4sW p-- y; ,iw!j (3-i- m BANKS THE JEWELER. -:- Original Jelllco Coal. a a STANFORD, twenty-Wits- 1 KY. Commercial Hotel, Stock Most Complete Stanford ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. PJCllTHB mmm, y.iuvp'tm Hflv ilfih Insurance Company by-ls- WMY 1 ss BARBEE&CASTLEMAfl Hirw Millinry. Napo-leonis- by-la- & RAILWAY. Washington, r. , YEAGER & YEAGER, POSTED. mil mmm "'"""'V'lackowitz. ;new riqs and:horses cou-secti- them a Call. ..,.4 Ff&w ftSt?" -- vwt nPMpfvi "?.wiat)jEu 'g-'Vg?pyy- SBppjH'WN-- r -- rJVr1 ,W1fj E"" THE GOSSIP OF GOTHAM. nnd danced and did other things in the courso of their work. Tho troublo in our country is that tho people do not A Ooxnlnsr ReoonoUlatlon Botwoon get much fun in business hours. Wo Mr. and Mrs. Deacon. nro all of us too busy. According to Mrs. Lesllo there is to Kerolutlontst Destruction of bo a change. Thero must bo no cast IloweUi iron rules. Tho employes should hold Mlu Ah Fong'tl Wedding Gift A l'ott- levees and teas and all tho rest of it. muUt'i Dilemma Dlaglng for .Treasures. That a change must corao sho has no IVIMe and tho Hunflower. reconciliation between Mr. and Tho present sunflower ornament P. Deacon, they of pistol Mrs. Edward ana paramour craze is one of the indications thnt IN FASHION'S WHIRL. LATE NOVELTIES IN CLOAKS, G0WN3 AND TRIMMINGS. A Handsome Garment For Full Visiting Dress Tho Tendency to Drnpo fiklrti He-riv- loorTiuairr, doubt. 1898.) Popularity of Fur Trlinmlnc Illch Silk For Sumptuous Toilets. (Copyright, 1603, A A by American Press Associa- tion. fninc, in of about for thin rod couplo havo been try-- i tiR to brlnfj hud-d- tho relatives what o Oscar Wilde will soon bo among us once more. As Mr. Wilde, however, has d I tho sun-llowcr- of OTffiNQ can be CWi WlnnrT thnn the Bomu time. Only very rocently Iiiib there been rvo-bo- n late his admirers should be careful. Tho gentian blossom manifestation of is now tho lloral to hope for Is-h- uo it ' o f theso efforts. Mrs. llaldwln, Btcpmotlicr of Mrs. Dencon, nnd young llahlwin, a brother, have been mainly active In tho negotiations. Tho Interests nnd future of tho Deacon children financially, not morally lmvo been powerful arpumenta with Mr. Deacon. It poems that ho has even consented to nn Interview avIUi his former wife in tho presence of n third party. What sort of a reconciliation is to bo arrived at seems conjeoturnblu. Friends of Mr. Deacon wiy he will not do anything jnoro than ngreo to sco his wife ntwtf fcfrd ngaln, but Mrs. Deacon's frlehiI3"Tle-clar- e that she has been given to understand that tho husband is willing to forgot all tho past, What gives color to all this Is tho advent of letters which throw an entirely new light upon tho relations with Abelllu. Those epistles, In connection with other evidence, show tlint Mrs. Deacon's conduct was Inspired by devotion to a friend whoso secrets must bo gunnb'd tinder penalty of social ostracism. During the divorce proceedings, it now appears, Mrs. Deacon could have cleared herself from all Imputations had shu chosen to make known all slio V- - a successful oi his (esthetic soul fulness. Mr. Wllilo has becu expressing u admiration, of late, for tho work of Mrs. S. Van Cruger, tho literary star of tho Four Hundred. Tho lady, it is understood, is to bo mndo the subject of a poom by tho visiting versifier, in which sho will bo compared to that Sulpicla whoso rhythmlo sweetness perturbed tho souls of Roman lovers. The production is to bo a sort of Tho Vandcrbllts have always been deeply interested In Oscar Wilde, and when ho does nrrivo he will doubtless bo afforded no end of a good time. Ifmrnllt nt un Aiiarrlilftt. IlcuBsclnor Author William I). Ilowells Is nbout to come out ns an advocate of radical changes In thu social Ho system. ac- is even cused of decided knew. leanings toward nnarchy. As Is well known, ho All these things tiro said to be paving tho way to a final reconciliation of this couple. l'tHilinnttr'a Dtlrnitnn. Postmaster Dayton's trip to Chicago was made not only to see tho world's fair, but to gain nn Insight into postal methods outsldu of his own city. Holms A condemned the execution of the C 111 en go ana- cti n t venrs ho linn taken tho position that the New York police have been acting entirely too arbitrarily toward the social of the East side. Such men as llaromlcbs and, in n way, Herr Most, do an educational work, he contends. It Is not likely, however, that Mr. not expressed Ilowells will become a political leader. himself one way His idea Is to elaborate such theories or tho other Ion as ho holds into a Iwolc that will rank tho subject of with "Los Miscrables" In French ficthe propose d tion. That is, Mr. Howells does not convention of say the production will rank with that po Ktmnstors classic, but his literary friends declaro which it is hoped tliat It will. postto hold in Washington. Thu Mr. Howells Is tho only living Amermasters should they meet are ex- ican author whoso books aro much pected to petition congress for a law Wales. giving them tenure of oflloo during road by tho princess of up-heav- rchists. In re- good behavior. Civil service reformers aro at tho hend of this scheme, say tho department snges. What annoys Dayton now Is tho accusation of being under Mayor (iilroy's thumb. The mayor, having been in- UYditliiC There is a deep regret in tho Chineso nunrters of New York over the acci dent to the jeweled canopy in- !iru to Chlnno Tlrliln. ft . strumental In Dayton's appointment, may feel thnt he should hnve a hand in the distribution of the spoils. At all events, it seem that Mr. Dayton and Mr. (Ill roy arc not on the best of terms, n fact which will have an nt Chinese - American wedding present to Com-- tended as the m lnilucneo on Now York IllCClt'C poli- object ing's bride. The an dor Whit- was n M tics. Tho attention paid to St. Luke'n hospital, thu institution in which tho series of Chinese Hags, ensigns fr Trrnauro. nnderliltH aro Is re- a doubtless interested, and shields entwined. It must have cost a pretty sum, as tho former Chineso scribed liberally and his country men from Gotham to San Francisco contributed according to their means. There were jearls, rubles and other precious stones sprinkled over tho yellow silk that formed the material of thu canopy. It was Intended to adorn the bed posts of tho couple's room, for Chinese consider this tho luckiest form of gift. Unfortunately, a fire In the Chinese quarter ruined the proposed gift, nnd only the gems nnd tho gold are now lit for anything. If tho incident possesses any significance at nil Christians would deem it n bad omen. Tho Chinese, however, say that this is a beneficent portent. It menus long life for Commander nnd Mrs. Whiting, with many beautiful children and no end of earthly happiness. David Wkchblkiu TrlPBrji!ior' Comorsatlon. Their morning greeting to a friend In a distant city Is usually "g. in." and tho fnrewcll in tho evening "g. n." tho letters, of course, standing for good morning and good night. Tho salutation may bo accompanied by an inquiry by one ns to tho health of tho other, which would be expressed thus: "How r n ts rang?" And tho nnswer would be: "I'm pty wl; hw r u?" or "I'm nt fig vy wl; fratd I'vo gt t mal- minister sub- sponsible for the revival of stories concerning tho burial of on the site of pile. CJold, silver nnd jewels that would make a s e e in poor in comparison figure lit tho narra tive of those who place faith In these legends. A hospital patron, who is very near tho Vnnderbilts, gives this account of it nil: that granite Monto Cristo "The treasure story originated years since, owing to a find of misers' hoards near tho hospltnl lot. So far from thoro being a wish to dig for treasure-otho grounds, I doubt If there has been tho remotest whisper of such a thing. Indeed, most of tho olllcers and patrons of St. Luke's do not know that treasure was even supposed to bo burled nenr tho hospital. There is absolutely no foundation for tho story." 'What of tho report that St. Luke's people repudiate tho treasure story so as to get It themselves?" "Well, if anyone thinks thero is a fortune under tho ground, let him buy aria." the property nnd begin digging." Ily tho timo these courtesies havo Tlio Itutlnrss I.ovcr. taken place some early messages havo Mrs. Frank Lesllo Is about to connect come from tho receiving deportment or her name with u new eccentricity. Sho from some other wiro and the man bewill attempt a fore whom they aro placed says: "Wl hrs a fu; gol durn ts everlastin' business revolugrind. I wish I was rich." tion. That is, And the other man says: "No rest business Is now for wicked; mln. pen." tho Inst words too matter of Indicating that ho wants tho sender to fact. Thoro wnlt a minuto while ho adjusts and should bo more tests his pen. Trescntly ho clicks out heart In it. Tho "g. n." meaning "go ahead," and tho customers of a day's work has begun. Imusu should bo Operators laugh ovor tho wiro or a sort of club, obliging ittoboraoro lenient and agreeable. Then thoro rather they convey tho fact that they should bo rccoptions during business aro amused. They do this by telehours. Tho families of business men graphing "ha, ha." Very great amuseshould bo mpro a part of tho trndo than ment is indicated by sending "ha" they are. Tho Orientals, Mrs. Lesllo slowly and repeating it several times, thinks, manago such things better and a sinllo is expressed by sending than wo da In tho "Arabiau Nights," "ha" onco or perhaps twice. Washingfor instance, tho merchants made love ton Star. uiu nuuuid e r b to the ground, nnd is gathered to n filling round from thero to the bottom. It is lined throughout with quilted heliotrope satin nnd bordered with wide Immlsof Alaska snble. Thero is a ripple of holiotroiMJ broadcloth, braided with black nnd lxrdered with fur, nnd this reaches to tho bottom of tho clonk in front in jabot folds. With it is worn a black velvet hnt, trimmed with heliotrope, velvet nnd plumes. Tho collnr is high nnd bordered with fur. Another wrnp is being inado in tho pnmo stylo, but with tho body of tho cloak of dark irrecn volvot nnd tho jabot collnr of cream whito broadcloth, braided with black nnd gold, and this bids fair to be handsomer thnn tho other. Tho black clouk costs $300. There nro ninny other elegant long clonks for grand occasions. Ono was cut prioess shape, tho skirt opening in front i ver a panel of richly embroidered Lino cloth. Tho colors wero blue, red nnd gold, nud tho pattern covered the eutiro front, only showing tho cloth between tho llowers. Tho cloak was of corduroy, dark bluo in color, the whole bordored with n band of beaver. Thero wns a triple capo of velvet of tho saino color, also bordered with fur. Thero wero deep cufTs of fur. With this costumo thero was a tiny muff of tho Hiuio kind of fur scarcely largo enough for both hands. Ono long wrap wns plaited on a round yoke, nnd tho front was of emerald vela vet, with n deep fringo nnd netted of jet nnd a friugoof tho same across tho bust. The back was of havana brown cloth, bordored with n hnudsomo passementerie. Thero wns n short capo, edged with natural beaver and with n velvet umbrella collar. A six inch band of beaver went around tho back of tho skirt at tho bottom, nnd thero wns a collar of tho same. There wero no sleeves. Another superb wrap had tho back laid in plaits, with ono wide box plait in tho middle. Tho mnterial of this was heavy black dnmasse. It hung straight down from tho yoko in front just ns it did in tho back. Thero wns n 12 inch band of beaver around tho bottom. The gigot sleeves and double ripplo caio nnd worth collar nro all of black velvet. With this also is carried a tiny muff. Some thought tho muffs for this winter would bo very largo, but thoy so far aro shown only with suits or wraps to match tho fur and aro very small indeed much smaller thnn I havo ever seen them. Ono splendid mantlo for a young woman was made of corinth arinuro silk, trimmed with tint lnco insertions and deep silk fringo. This is cut to hang from tho shoulders nud has another capo coining part wny down, with square corners, bordered with tho blnck laco. This second mnutlo has threo rows of deep fringo hung on in n festoon over euch arm. Thero wero threo stiff sprung ruffles nil around tho shoulders, but not ncross tho bust. Thero wero bands of fino jet pnssementcrio on ench of these and down tho front of tho Bhouldcrs. Thero was a mito of a muff of black nstrnkhan with this, trimmed with a corinth red satin bow. This wns to bo worn over n shot silk, green nud red, mndo with a plain skirt edged by two narrow flounces. I notico n marked desiro to drnpo skirts agaiu, but this draping is produced by festooning ono skirt over nnother or lifting up ono sido to show nn apparent underskirt of other material. Soino nro looped thnt way to tho knees on tho right Bido or left, ns mny bo, and tho folds nro left to fall loosely. I saw ono that was really handsome nnd n rest to tho eyes wearied with roundnbout trimming. It wns a chocolate colored cloth, with a wido band of steel gray reps around tho bottom, headed by a nnrrow band of krimmer. This wns lifted qui to SO inches, showing nn underskirt si- - steel gray, with fivo upright maizo rHfoons nn inch wido nud two inches npart, nnd theso wero set with small silk buttons of white. Thero wero threo ribbons set on tho breast in a point nud covered with buttons. Tho waist nnd sleeves wero of gray, with wido spring bertha of tho cloth. Tho alcoves wero balloon puffs. Indeed tho most of tho sleoves at present uro either gigot or balloon puffs. Somo skirts nro cut out with deep scallops, nud theso buttonholed with small scallops, nnd under all nn accordion plaited skirt of a contrasting color, such ns drab or tan over pink, with tho other accessories of garnet velvet. Fur trimming, nnrrow nnd wide, is seen on nlniost everything, oven on 6omo evening drosses. Ermine is worn quito largely by those who enn obtain that expensive fur. Ermino collars and stoles nro seen on velvet short cloaks, nnd thoro is something truly regal about that fur. Beaver is hu expeiisivo fur, but owing to its smooth, oven aurfneo it is tho best u for putting bandson nnygarment. this year is worth $1 an inch, nnd sho who has a sealskin may bo doubly happy, sinco it is doubly valuable Box capes and military capes aro much liked iu sealskin, nud also those that aro fitted on to a circular collar. Somo havo ripplo collars of the fur, and theso nro bound with beaver or sable if possible. Tho military capo is tho most often seen, but thero is little real warmth in it, as tho m W -- olnnVa iVini aro to bo worn .ik&& rit.'V for full visiting dress this winter. tfiCMyW .;Oiio just received is of black Lyons i rum - wind blows up under it and makes it necessary to wear a very thick gown in cold weather. A pretty houso dress wns mndo of pur-plcloth. It had threo bands of mink fur around tho skirt, each headed by two milliner's folds of satin of tho same shade ns tho dress. The waist was plain and round, with a braided figaro, and SANTA CLAUS directs us to advise you to avoid the glitter and this wns bound with mink. Tho standing collar was also bound with fur. tinsel of Life and to by this year for There wns u ripplo collnr of tho cloth, bound with satin and lined with purple and gold Bhot silk. I saw another hnudsomo dress of dark bluo sergo for n young lwly. Tho skirt wns cut umbrella shape, and down the sido was a band of gray fox fur, nnd the Only those things that will be of benefit now and hereafter. His great same went nronnd tho bottom. Tho belt iimponnm is with, us and we arc making prices for all rich and poor, wns of tho fur. ns were the cuffs nnd choker collnr. Thero was n wide spring white and black, so that all may cheer the heart of some friend with collar of tabac brown ribbed silk, nnd a gift. Remember it is better to give than to receive, so come and this was cut in front to represent revers, spend your money where it will spread out and give you the greatest nnd tho whole wns bound with tho fur. Tho band which went down tho front joy. What will do your friend more good than one of our chear started at tho right shoulder and crossed Cloaks or a beautiful Table Cloth and Napkins to match, or a pair of diagonally, ending on tho left side nt the nice towels, or some Handkerchiefs, or a nice Mufler, or a nice pair bottom. I havo noticed on tnnny of tho lntest of Gloves or Shoes, or a pair of Blankets or Comfort ? For homo nnd street garments n good bit of trimmings thnt is to say, gold metal and silver braids, gilt spnugles and gold threads in embroidery. The spangles nro only for evening wear, and the braids, etc., aro used to lighten up dark We have the third purchase of storm overcoats and Clothing, lower or heavy materials. It cannot bo de- than ever. We intend to make this week and next the great gala nied thnt a littlo judiciously employed We must clean out many lines of goods regardless is nn improvement. For instance, take week of ouj lives. black or dark embroidery on whito or of price. Dun't delay till the stock is all broken and then blame us light brondcloth, which needs n glint oi gold hero nnd thero to reconcile tho con because you failed to get some of our splendid bargains'. Here are trasting colors. It makes a fino drcsi some samples of what we are doing: Misses and Children's short look richer and a plain ono moro dressy. Among tho rich imported silks for Cloaks reduced from S5 to $2. The greatest reductions in Ladies' Bumptuous toilets is n royal purplo vel- Cloaks ever made. We have a line of Ladies' fine black Cloaks worth e vet with stamped upon it, in actual value $20 which we propose to sell at to $15. If you o - 3 XMAS SALE CHRISTMAS 1 vi 1 m flower-do-luc- bend-ing- want something good come and see these goods. We have a ladies' genuine gondola Shoe, every pair guaranteed, at $1.50, and we have a gentleman's Shoe, every pair guaranteed, at $1.50. We have some men's and Boys' odd coats and vests that will be sold regardless of price. Every heart shall be made happy in the next two weeks with low prices and good goods. We have a beautiful lot of Moquett and Fur Rugs and some Seal Muffs for Christmas at very low prices. Also-sombeautiful Lace Curtains and Counterpanes and Window Shades. We are willing to do more for you than we can tell on paper. We never were very much on paper, bot great with the tongue. Come and let us talk with you awhile. We forgofto tell the Ladies that we have the prettiet and cheapest line of Dress Goods ever offered in this city. We are in earnest about all we say and know we can do you good. Come and see us. $2 HUGHES & TATE. wi.vrnn cloaks ron visiting. if ono mny so call tho peculiar wpavo, for tho velvet ground is in relief, nnd the flower is sunken nnd woven in satin in natural colors nnd actual size. There Will be delivered right at your door on the following days or the day nro several styles of this, all bearing the You will not be disappointed. It will be out your way samo floral mttcrn, but produced in dif thereafter. ferent colors. Thero aro other patterns as follows: of roynl velvet, with butterflies in natEvery Monday ural colors and great yellow and purple Crab Orchard and Preachcrsville Pikes moths worked out on gray velvet, nnd Dudderar's Mill Pike Every Tuesday ono exqnisito pattern had n sago green Lancaster Pike Every Wednesday ground nnd n wilderness of bluo nnd Danville Pike whito nnd pink moruing glories on It. Every Thursday Theso magnificent goods aro to make Hustonville Pike Every Friday tho most claborato evening dresses for Every Saturday matrons. They como double width and Somerset Pike cost $ 15 a yard. Thero is also a satin Stanford Every Saturday-Rowlanduchess, with a pnlo pink ground, nnd Every Wednesday nil over this is a laco pattern raised in whito brocado, and it is so exquisitely ALBERT HOMMEL, Rowland, Ky. wrought that ono would think it draped with point lace. Theso exponsivo materials will not bo cut up into smnll bits, but tho skirt will bo cut with gores in front nnd tho rest in a long train, squnre or round. Somo nro Bimply gathered to a belt. Dancing dresses for yonng ladies will A RELATIVE OR FRIEND, bo made very simply nnd of tho light, silken tissues in preferenco to laco, as tho lightest of theso silk tissues nro quite strong, whilo tullo nud lnco tear of their own weight sometimes. d HAVE YOU A SWEEThEART, Mother, Father, Child, BROTHER OR SISTER ? IIenkiette Rousseau. The Queen and Creecent Route is preparing to insue an elaborate publication in magazine form, descriptive of the sections of the South tributary to its lines. Capitalists, tourists and business men are not likely to target the southern cities eo long as tho Queen nnd Crescent Route can reach them with this artistic publication Copy of this magazine will bo mniled to any address on rereipt of ten cents iu postage Address, W. C. Rinenrson, Hihinps. General Pacsenger Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio. nt And in making your selection you can not afford to pass us by, because we have a large line of Xmas goods for less money than any place outside of the cities. .H.oudeSty's Heaequarters for If so we know you are going to make them a present during the DB. S. G. HOOKER, Th.o Druggist. Saxhy's QuKimv to I.nokrsoll. This beautiful eong (words and music sheet music size) will bo mailed ono enclosing 5c in stamps to D. wards. General Passenger Agent, A D. R. R., Cincinnati, Ohio. In Lies W. H. WEAREN & CO. STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS Of all kinds. The most complete line of regular to any G. Ed 0. H Mr. I. P. HUIie, an extensive real estate dealer Molnr, Iowa, narrowly escaped one of the severest attacks of pneumonia while in the northern part ot that State during a recent 111. zard, says the Saturday Kevlew. Mr Hlalie lad occasion to drive several miles during the storm and was so thoroughly chilled that hu was unable to git warm, and inside of an hour after his rethreatened with a serre case of turn ho pneumonia or lung (ever. Mr lllalretent to the neatest drug store and got a bottle oi Chamber-Iain- 's Cough Itempdy, of which he had olteu heard, and took a number of Urge doses. He says the effect was wonderful and in a short tin e ho wa breathing qulto eally, lie kept on taking their ediclne and the next day was able to ccine to l)es Moines. Mr. lllairo regards his cute as simply wonderful. Kor sale by W II. Mckoberts, Druggist, Stanford. u HEATING Ever in Stanford. D. B. : Prices according to the times. GEORGE STOVES li. PKEWITT. KING. KING & PRE WITT. MORELAND, KY., We have opened up a nice line ol Dry When When When When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorl. Bho was a Child, sho cried for Castorla. sho became Miss, sho clunff to Castor!. she had Children, she gp ve them Castorla. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, Senl-Bki- For a tore throat there it nothing better than a flannel bandage dampened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It will nearly alwayt effect a cure In one nlghl't time. This remedy it also a favorite lor rheumatism and has circl mnevere caset.r, Drug-gl50c bottles for Mia by W. D. McRobrt, 8tan!o:d. We are daily receiving our Fall Goods, which we are marking down lower than ever. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you money; firWe are opening up a splendid line of FallMillinery. We have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. Corn Wanted. SZXTG cfr f t, y & i'CA' t F r I . ; Pi ,r K j i I - R. L. Stark and other witnesses died from the effects of an attack of hic- went to Covington to appear In the case Jamea G. Phillips, Sr., of Lebanon coughs. of Ballew and Collins for train wrecking. died Wednesday, aged 85. William Johnson, of Upper Sandusto Engineer of ky, O., nged 00, has juBt been married to For reasons vvhich wo aro unable R. 0. Scowden, Stanford, KrM December 15, 1S93 learn tho Foderal court turned tho prisLouisville, died at Poughkeopsio ,N. Y. Miss Isabella Brown, aged 65. oners over to tho State authorities and Four negro tramps were hanged to A battle was fought in tho Sierra they wero taken to London to jail and W. P. WALTON. the samo limb and their bodies riddled Madros, near Colnia Juarez, Fridav, beafterwards to Louisville, except Tom with bullets in Dallas county, Ala. tween Mexican troopi and robots, in Madrell, colored, who was brought hero, Charles W. Dabnoy, Jr, President which oyer 100 troops and 25 rebels as tho oflenso with which ho is charged of tho University of Tennessee, has been wore killed. was committed in this county, which : appointed Assistant Secretary of Agricul Zarariah A. Hubloy, of Boston, who consisted of placing iron wodgea upon turo. is insun-- in 22 accident compauies hnd the rails near tho "big fill," In company In Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, &c. In order that An infant about two weeks old was a Auger shot off whilo hunting. Ho Ballew Hnd Collins, Borne tliieo those who buy such goods for found on an Air Lino train near Prince- will draw $700 a week while the wound with There will be another effott made to months slnco. have a graded school here. Several ab- ton, Ind. It had been deserted by its is healing up. ortive ntUnnptB have been made, but it is mother. Mrs. Catherino Metzkor, of CincinBeginning of Muslo in New England. Miss Uertlia ltepioyio, oi ueuance hoped that the charm may bo worked nati. Iibb sued John R. McLean, of tho By SueS. Millhouser. this time and the school established. 'Ohio, died from the effects o! arsenic, ad Enquirer, for $50,000 for publishing an Studying up the begmuing of mutic This paper has frequently advocated such ministered by mistake by her eister for articlo connecting her name in n derogagivi-- no an Idea of the a step, satisfied that it is to the interest quinine. tory manner with that of a fast young In Now England As a result of Governor Lowelling's early phages of American music. of the rising generation, who are the blood. The seeds of music in art forms were hope of the country, and to the financial famous tramp circular knights of tho The bill for the admission of Utah to advantage of tho proporty ownero. Stan road are flocking into Kansas, where the Union was passed by tho llouso. first planted in New England, the first definite attempts at musical composition may get tne ford is far behind many towns of its size they intend to winter. waa littlo opposition when it ocnetit oi the low prices and that those who wear may near There The Carter County wero mado in Now England. in free school educational matters, tho' evident that Republican filibusterget the use of them when they are most needed, It is said that the Puritans brought far ahead of them in other ways. It is Grayson, was destroyed by fire and 100 ing was futile. An amendment was ad five tunes with them to which all hymns in our power by the payment of a small paupers are left without refuge from the ded prohibiting polygamy, sung, Each hym was lined by the tax to establish such a school as will present cold. It will rebuilt at oncu. Tho hearing of testimony in tho tri- were Joseph Jefferson and Stuart Ilibsou draw people to our town, fill tho vacant has begun. minister and sung by rote. Three tunes al of Carter Harrison's slayer houses and build up the wasto places. will givo i benefit for tho starving poor Tho story of the assassination was retold were, of course, unaccompanied, for it The first inquiry that is made by per of Chicago, to night. They will be as by servants of tho house and by a sou of was many years before an organ was perWe will offer any goods in our house at half price. sona seeking homes is: "What are tho Bisted by all tho dramitio talent in the the late Mayor. The prisoner assisted mitted to be used In tho church. Mr. Brattle, who himself was a Purl-tan- , educational advantages ?" True wo have city. ono witness in her identification by At Littlo Kock, Ark., II. G. AIHp left in his will, made 1713, an organ an excellent female college, a good semi"I am tho man you paw, ain't I?" President of the defunct First National to tho Urattlo Street Church, in Boston nary And more than an average common provided they would accept the gift MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. latter is in session only Bank, was denied a new trial and sen school, but the within a year, and procure an organist five months in the year. A small tax to lenced to a term of five years in tho pen Arthur M. Rutledgo a prominent to play "skillfully and with a loud noise." supplement tho per capita furnished by itentiary. John Corpfrew and Abram Williams, young lawyer of Louisville, wos married Ho used tho quotation from tho Scripthe State would give a full term of ten in Richmond, Va., Tuesday to Miss Rs-nli- tures in defense of church music, but months and help H1030 most in need of colored, were publicly executed in the Is taking place in December instead of January. This is Pleasants, a beautiful society belle without avail. It was not sufiiciout to an opporsuch help. "Wo must educate or we presence of 3,000 peoplo at Winter, for of that city. overcome the prejudice of the Puritans. tunity to procure high grade goods at the lowest possible price. What must perish." Let the meeting called tho murder of Dayid Umphler, at Galo Miss Nann o Mr. John Riffo and The gift was not accepted, and, when a they all say of us ? You hear it on every for next Monday at the court house be Station, N. O. corner; you hear it in every Carpenter, the beautiful daughter of Mr. The receipts from tolls over Brookyear after, tho organ was placed in home. The largely attended and its object enthusiSandy T. Carpenter, of tho West End, name of the LOUISVILLE STORK and lyn bridge during tho twelve months King's Chapel, Cotton Mathew, in oue astically endorsed. and where there is so much talk there must be a good cause ending Dec. 1st, amount to fl,2S2,90S0t were quietly married in tho Myers of his lectures, lamented the wickedness The latest news from Honolulu is that Nearly 42,000,000 crossei tho bridge in House parlor Tuesday afternoon, Eld. that was beginning to creep into church for it. W. L. Williams officiating, ilie conMinister Willis has not attempted to re- the Beveral ways. accompanied by music. store Queen Lil to tho throne, but is At a meeting of passenger agents in tracting parties were It took until 1700 for tho Congrega-tiona- l waiting and watching for further in- Chicago the representatives of tho L. & N Mi&a Julia Stagg and Mr. Juno Roid, and church oi Now England to disstructions from his government. The and Q & C. roported the business for Flor drove here merely for the novelty. There cover there was no great sin In an organ. L!ELJ annexationists held an indignation meet- ida points fully doublo what it was nt was no objection on tho part of parents, In n work entitled "Observations who were consulted on tho subject before ing on hearing Mr. Blount's report and this time last year. in New England wero Made by tho Curious -- . given arrangements for tho nuptials Secretary Gresham'a decision and passYico President Stevenson was in 1073," wo read, "In Boston there aro Knee Pants ed resolutions denouncing the adminis- an enthusiastic reception at the Augusta made. Tho bride is a bright and be no musicians by trHdo." "A dancing Children's Suits (worth double the money) 75c, Si and $1, 25 tration and appealing to Congress for fa Exposition. He made an address con- witching brunette, and until a couple I school was set up but put down." "A Children's Overcoats weeks ago was one of tho favorite pupils 51.25 and Si. 50, worth S2.5oandS3 vorable action. In order to make the gratulating tho peoplo upon the progrees fencing school was allowed." c in Christian College. She is petito but Jeans Pants anj $,( worth , ancj g, $0 United States commit dn act of war if indicated by the Exposition. A singing Bchool was begun in Boston stately, and is altogether an unusually is attempted, the government restoration. Suits Miss Helen Carroll is probably tho in 1717 and reading music by sight be- Men's $4t worth 5 house has been barricaded. Matters ap- richest girl in her own right in Wash- attractive young lady. Mr. Kiffe is a flno came an American art. Men's Overcoats . worlh $8 young man. and is a prominont merchant pear very much mixed with the end no ington, D. O. She has an income of Gottlieb Graupuer was the first musi of Hustouville. where most of his life where in sight. $40,000 a year, inherited from her grand cal director in America. Ho came from has been spent. He is a son of Mr. father, Royal Phelps, of Now ork. IlHiiovor in 170S anil settled In Boston. Tub Hawaiian question is occupying Masked robbers held up a train on Jesse P. Rifle, which is a recommenda gathered up about .fifteen musicians, much of the attention of both branches the International & Great Northern tion within itself. The young couple He who formed tho first Symphony Orchesof Congress. In discussing it Senator near Duval Station, Texas, and looted start out on tho journey of life together tra iu America. At that time there wero Stevens as Vest denounced the express car and relieved the pas- under raot propitious circumstances, only about forty pianos in Boston, and Infant Shoes "a foul mouthed, Bcurrilous witness," sengers of iheir money and jowelry. and that their lives will be one perpet20C( worti, 40c it was not uncommon to Bee tho adverpolicy. but advocated a ual ray of sunshine .tho Interior Andrew G. Robertson, cashier of and 75c, worth Si and 1.25 music taught and tho Children's Shoes 50c In tho House, Gov. McCreary reported the wholesale stamp department of tho Journal joins their many friends in pre- tisement, "Piano Ladies' fine Dongola Patent Tip gj( WOrth $2 awhilo Mr. use of piano allowed." from the committee on foreign atTairs a Chicago postoflice, was assaulted in his dicting and hoping. For Tho first Symphonies given weio Ladies' Calf and Goat Shoes, warranted all solid was adopted, calling for offico by an unknown man, who escaped and Mrs. Riffo will board, but as soon as resolution that $i, worth 51.75 of Gy row etz. They were followed Men's Shoes, all solid copies of Minister Willis' instructions with about $7,000 of the money Robert- arrangements can be made will do as all those $, wortj, 2 by those of Hayden, aud after many and other papers. Tne governor advo- son had been counting. young couples so much desire, go to Men's Calf Shoes years cuino the Beethoven Symphonies I5o orth cated the resolution, because he is confiA crank issued a call for 10,000 arm- housekeeping. French Calf, every pair warranted At this time the wars of tho revolution Men's Hand-Sewe$2, worth $4 dent that the information would show ed men to assemble at tho Chicago lake CHURCH AFFAIRS. and 1812 gave rise to some American gov front to march on the city and demand that tho administration had been "Uncle" Joe Hopper and Dr. Rout music. Aud yet much of this music is erned by justice and patriotism in the work or bread. Six hundred policemen cloeed a meeting in Versailles Presbyte- not our own. Nearly all our Tiational matter. were kept on guard, but no oue answered music is borrowed from foreign sources. rian church with 125 additions. Tiik periodical attempt to get a pardon tho summons. The meeting at Scott's Chapel Meth- "Yankee Doodle" is an English melody. John W. Gudgell, of Anderson, ex- - odist Church, North, Maysville, closed It was sung in derision by the British for Dick Tate, the who robbed the State of thousands of dollars superintendent of public schools, who with 59 additions. Tne pastor, Rev. troops because of tho dilapidated con- Good Working Shirts 25c, worth 50c and fled, is being made at Frankfort, but stole $5,000 of the school fund while Alex McD.ide, was assisted by Miss Mary dition of tho Massachusetts regiment. Men's good Canton Flannel Drawers holding office, was let off with n fine of E. we opine that the governor hasn't quite Hail Columbia waa written by a Ger25c, worth 50c Taylor, a gifted speaker of Tennessee. nerve enough to absolvo the slick rascal $200, after his bondsmen had agreed to The Pope, in his Encyclical on Bi- man, although both words and music A handsome line of Men's Handkerchiefs at 5c, worth double the of his sins. The plea that Tate was pay the State $4,700. blical Studies, says tho sacred books are were born on American soil. Hail Colmoney. Mrs. Lavinia Ellison, iving near more sinned against than sinning, and inspired in the whole and in tho detail, umbia is regarded in Europe as our truo Men's Unlaundercd Shirts 5rrV..nrii, r that he has Buffered enouch already, is Providence, Webster county, became the and that if, in certain points, they Beem National unthuui. Aud it is fitting that mother of triplets last Tuesday night. to be out of accord witli science, this is it should be. since it is the only oue of Ncck Tics 20c and 35c, worth 40c to Coc not a good one. Until ho attoues in 6tripee, Backcloth and ashes, he will not The lady has been married six years, is either because these points themselves our National melodies which had its Celluloid Collars ,oc worth 2.c now 26 years old. and 1ms had 10 chil nerely have done so. Celluloid CufTs have been wrongly interpreted or science birth among us. The Star Spangled Ban-n20C worth 0C dren. She is the mother of two sets of is which wo on this side of tho ocean Laundered Dress Shirts mistaken. This ought to settle it. and 75, worth Sr and 1.25 50c American Tub republican United States senators twins. The meeting at, the Methodist church call our National tune, is not The Kentucky Central's passenger are kicking against the pricks in their in its origin; it is an old Eugliah drink- Silk Handkerchiefs and Mufflers at your own price conducted by Rev. II. O. Morrison, is efforts to prevent the repeal of the ob- and freight Jdepot at Millersburg was creating a wide spread interest and the ing song. The words are of American noxious Federal election laws. They burglarized. The safe was blown open building is packed to the walls at each origin. They wero written during the will be repealed, though it appears that a and $000 in cash extracted. This is night service. The preacher is a very bombardment of Ft. Mcllenry, by Mr. similar contest to the one over the re- about the 20th time in the past two yearB captivating speaker and his deep earn- Key, (Sir Francis Scott Key). Mr. peal of the Sherman law will be made that this depot has been entered by Doorakhas been criticised for suggestestness in the cause of his Master imunless the rules are amended to prevent thieves. ing that tho negro melodies be mado tho Choice of all wool Dress Goods that were Bargains at 50c will be sold who hear him. There have The largest dynamo ever made has presses all the senators from speaking forever, and in this sale lor -- been several additions and God's people basis of an American school of music. using other dilatory means to thwart the just been finished at Pittsburg, Pa. It of He does not want American composers Choice ol all colors of best half wool Dress praying for a great Goods at. ..20c, worth 3'c is tho first of four to be built for the are will of the majority. the Spirit. to write variations on these melodies; Gas Co. It has a capacity of Amos kag and Lancaster Ginghams, warranted not to fade, at Louisville ho wants them to study the Btructuro 5c Tub editor of the Louisville Timed, 10.000 incandescent lamps: weighs 50 MT. VERNON, RCUKCASTlE COUNTY. worth and elements of these songs and imitate who knows how it is himself, having tons, and has an a armature 12 feet in R. A. Welsh, a Signal typo, is a re- them in tho composition of original mel- An elegant line of Dress Ginghams at been a housekeeper for a number of diameter. 7jC, worth 12 1 cipient of an early Christmas gift. It's a odies x'lanncis anu canton riauucisai your own price. years, makes a special plea for the man A member of tho Virginia Legisla- girl. Mother and child doing well. Tho Hungarian music is taken from who was arrested for striking his wife ture assuming that Congress will repeal Young Will Vowels, formerly a res- the music of Hungarian Gypsy bands. while trying to fit a stove pipe. He the tax on State issues, has introduced ident of this placo and a printer by trade coloring uuliko that of thinks that anything a man would do a bill authorizing Viginia banks to issue shot a companion at Paducah two months It has a peculiar under the circumstances would be justi- currency, the minimum circulation in Bince, and for which a jury gave a three any other country. Tho music of the Northern countries fiable, even in whipping his mother-in-law- . towns and villages to be $10,000 and years verdict, has been pardoned by Gov, of Europe is of a dreamy, melancholy Will be sold for half their former price. cities $50,000. Brown. character. Tho mountainous country and Henry Coch'an, former weigher at Spradlin has been to Mr. W. II. long winter eveniugs havo a depressing Tuby do not appreciate a joke in SpoThree spools of Clark's Thread for 10c; 4 papers Pins for 5c. Lathe Philadelphia mint, convicted of rob- Fountain Head. Tenn.. to see his moth effect upon the people, which Is reflected kane, Wash., nor respect ono for its an bing" tie government of gold bullion to tho Miss May Adams has been with friends in their songs. Tho character of a Nation dies' good Vests at 20c, worth 35c. And all our Calicoes, such as tiquity. A woman who mixed the Bait amount of $130,000 during his incumben- er. here Saturday and Sunday last. Mr. is always reflected in their folk Bongs. Simpson's Blacks, Indigo Blues, Turkey Reds and all other best and sugar on the table of a hotel, just cy extending over 43 years, has been sen- James O'Rear, of Mt. Sterling, is visitSome has said: "Let me make a brands at 5c. for fun, was fined $20 for it by a heartRemember that we have the largest stock of tenced to seven years and six months at ing M. O. Miller, Jr. less judge. Perhaps if she had worked hard labor Nation's ballads, who will make its in tho penitentiary and to pay Spradlin has been engaged Engineer something new and smarter the law laws." a fine of $l,000'and the costs of prosecu- by tho Ladies' Aid Society to look after ti Musical lifo in America is slowly dewould not have been so severely applied tion. '( the survey and construction of a retain- veloping. When music cornea to bo re-to her. m ing wall on tho South Bide of the cemeSome months ago Jules E. garded as an educational factor whon and Miss Julia Vace Kirk, a tery horo, where the sides aro being EniTOR French Tuton, of tho RichmuBic is brought down to tho masses by Which will be sold for less money than our competitors can buy mond Climax, has been appointed wealthy young lady of Danville, III., badly washed by rains, etc. being taught iu every public school Mr. C. W. Adams, aged 07, died earthem for. ganger for Madison county. What a man wero married to Bottle a wager, and now may hope throughout tho land, then we 1 with a business that pays him $10,000 a the young wife wants divorce. The ly Friday morning last at tho residence for better things. As we will be invoicing immediately alter the Holidays, wc have N. M. Shumate, four position, is one wager waa that Mastbaum would not of his year wants with such a We aro very young in tho art divine, of tboso incomprehensible things which sacrifice his pretty moustache for Miss miles west of this placo. He had been but wo havo made grand strideB. Let concluded to close out most of the stock, and it must go no matter wo dully run against in our passage Kirk, and now ho is no doubt sorry that sick about two weeks. His death was us hopo that American music may soon what it brings. he did so. caused from congestive chill aud heart through this vale of tears. as high a pedestal as that The steamer Leader, hound for San failure. Mr. Adams was a man whom be found upon now occupied by American literature or Congressman Haktkr wants Kansas Francisco, having on board GO maniacs any one might feel proud to know. He painting. civilized before any more States are ad- from the Stockstou Insane Asylum, was scrupulously honest and straightmitted into tho Union. If this could be sunk from tho effects of a collision with forward in his business affairs and his CRAB ORCHARD. done everybody would say amen, but if the J. D. Peters. The insane passen- word was as good as a bond. The burial Look over the fine lino of Xmns s it is to be accomplished prior to such ad- gers wero turned loose but by almost a took placo Saturday afternoon at presents Danka, tho Jeweler, is showing d will be no more new miracle they managed to get aboard the Station, beside his wife, who missions, thera A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors. him to the grave about seven at Stanford, Ky. Also notice his big ad. states in this generation. Africa cm bo Peters and not a ono of them even re" in this issue. T. D. RANEY, Manager. ceived a scratch. years. as easily civilized as Kansas. jSemi-Weekly InteriorJouknul NEWSY NOTES. Will tTno..tn f Prt Wiino Tn.1 - ex-Oit- y We Will Slash Right and Left : LIGHT PAGES d Xflias Presents : bo-ca- Poor-hous- e, Commencing Friday, pay-sn- g: ThoLouisviile Store's Clearing Sale e re-ech- oed fJT.finPTTTnsarfs . 7-ol It ,,,,. c All-Wo- er , d Gents Furnishing Goods rer o, Dry Goods and Notions. Sjc. out-pourin- g Blankets and Comforts WwiTTPd Jk Mast-bau- f ot son-in-la- -- i: J i- LOUISVILLE : STORE, Cum-mln- STAITTORD, K?., pro-ede- f,i ki-ir- Jj ytr. rS--H Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Bin lino of holiday goods at Farris & Rbad the big ad. in the top corner of this page. Danks, the Jeweler. Hardin's. DEATH'S DOINGS. One of Stanford's best known land tiTANroRD, Head our ml. lieforo buyiny Xmas Yov aro cordially invited to call In at marks has been obliterated. Mr. A. Ky., Deocmdeii 15, 1893 goods. Hughes & Tnto. onco and seo our lino of holiday goods, Sidney Myers, "Uncle Sid," as everybody knew him, is gone, and You want Xtnns presents ? Don't fall which is complete in every particular. It will pay you to get our prices before the place that eo know him E. C. Walton, Business Manager to seo Danks, tho Jeweler. long shall know buying. Farris x Hardin. more him no B MEAHS Iff swBBftHB Wl 5 Tea Sets ! Sterling Silver, Mantel Clocks, happy and mako others happy by Hughes tfc IU8IHESS. Riving a nlco Christmas present from our Gkoiiok Pkkkins and son, John, have Watciibs, clocks and jewelry repaired and warranted. Engraving a specialty, opened a broom factory at Rowland and aro doinga good business. at A. It. Penny's. largest stock of Drugs, Medicines, The Mips Li7.zik.Si.aymakf.ii will take cr Perfumery, Painta and Wall Paper at A. It Penny's. Prescriptions a special- ders for oil paintings, crnyon or any dec oralivo art work for Xmas. ty. 4t , PERSONAL plies Hoy your school hooks and school supof all kinds nt A. It. Penny's. store. Tato. POINTS. Mh. K. H. Lociah is up from Knox-vll- le on husiness. m m Mim. K. K. Hill is spending tho week A. A. Wahiik.v, as usual, has a beautiwith lier neico, Mrs. G. A. Peyton. ful lino of holiday goods in China and H. J. McHoiiKiiru is confined to his Glassware. Call and seo him beforo room with a severe attack of diarrlimt. liuvincr. Nkwcomii, of Mt. Miss Mattik Tn k horso which Washington Boone Vernon, was with friends here this advertised as stolen, was brought homo week, Merchants complain of hard, times. Not so at Penny's; always busy. Ho sells tho best goods at low prices. J. 0. FumiNCC has moved his Tuesday family to his now property on East him olF. Mn. night by tho fellow who rode Main street, Mits. W. 11. McHoiiuuts has an ivory spool that belonged to her width Is 150 years old. Mk. anii Miis. H. II. Danks have rented one of Mrs. V. T. Tyreo's Iioubcs on Knst Main street, and will go to housekeeping. Mim. John W. Hoot returned yesterday from a delightful visit to her mother ami other relatives in Missouri. Her son, Heverly, returned with her. Oait. Thomas Hiciiakiw, of tho Commercial Hotel, Junction City, came up yesterday to pay tho Inst tribute of respect to his friend "Uncle Sid" Myers. JrnaK.M.J. DuniiAM, cashier of tho Central ltank, entertained tho directors of tho institution; at a handsomo dinner Tuesday ovming. Lexington Transcript. Miph Hck Jokes has secured a position as teacher in tho North Middletown law. Her brother-iFemale College. Prof. T. 0. Curran, is principal of tho college. Mit. J. II. lUt'OHMAN has gono to the mountains sgaln, ostensibly in the interest of his Holler Mills, but ran anybody tell us why Barbourvillo needs so much n v Wk'iik after you with tho finest, best and cheapest stock of watches, clock, Jewe'ry nnd novelties you havo ever seen. Danks. the Jeweler. m great sale of sample shoes has been the talk of tho town. Now lot just received at Bamo priro, 51.03, worth S3, JJandST) per pair. II. F. Jones & Son. m m Quit drumming? Mks. K. P. Owslky and Mattie Hys, of Columbus, Ga., arnved at G o'clock Wednesday morning in response to a telegram sent at 0:30 Monday night, telling them of Mr. A. S. Myers' serious ill- ness. Mhs. Clkmmbkson and Mrs. lllanche Sweeney, of Lancaater, wcro here Tues day, the latter with tho view of purchasing ono of the milllnerv establishments and locating here, which many friends hopo sho will do. CtTY ANOVICINITYT Danks, tho people's Jeweler. A UniaiiT Idka, Thursday, Dec. 21. ' ' Santa Claus Emporium. Tate. Hughes & Wantko, to loan ift.OoU on real estate. Apply at this offlf. Fon llege coat. Hknt.-I- UI House opposite r !50 Co- W. P. Walton. Fou the next days n 1 m ill sell hats at Mhwl.iecio Hoazlry CiuusTMAB presents in ndlets variety and very cheap at It. Zimmer's. Raisins, Currants, Citron, Nuts, and T purest Candies at A. A. Warren. ard time and Old Sol is still permitted to attend to his own business. Lamks, if you want nico cake for Christinas, go to W. H. Hrady and get a sack of Lexington Cream Flour. I & N. sells tickets on account of t Thk tho holidays, Dec. 22 to 25, and Dec. 30 p to Jan. 1, atli fares for tho round-trigood till Jan. U, lS'.U. all tickets . Tiikrk is a hitch in Danville's stand- will And tho largest, best selected stock and latest Btyles in watches and Jewelry. Now stock just At Penny's you received at prices lower than the i low-oa- t. f Dan-jVill- brought West Qook hero with stealing a watch from hut Hill could Loi identify tkallill. him and ho was released. yester-dav.charu- G.T. Uki.m, chief of police of e, Skb JameB Fryo's advertisement in this issuo for his holiday salo next Tlmrsdsy. Wo predict that ho will sell more goods on that day than was over Bold in Hustonvillo in ono day. rl Thk comedy of "la Marriago a Failure?" is froo from vulgarity, full of bright, now songs, laughablo sconea and situations, clever dances, pretty costumes and appointments. Bo sure to seo tho street parado of tho Military Uniform Band Saturday, and attend tho perform-ancthat night. A laugh all night and Bmilo for a month Is guaranteed. a -- o ' F. K.; J. 0. McClary, 0; J. A. ' Danks, Amon, P.; Thos. Dalton, S : A. H. Severance, M. A ; Joo P. Waters, 1st M. G.; L. Waltz, 2d M. G", W. Mootray, 8.; J. Meir, P. of officers of Maccabeo Tont No. 7 WednesStanford day night tho following wero chosen: W. H. Wearen, P. C; A. J. Earp, Q; T. J. Teeters, L. 0.: G. G. Wino. It. K.; B. II. At tho regular election Mil. and M iw. Will Matiieny aro ro- jolcing over the advent of their first tills blii'il reference. bom. It is a girl, and has been named TiiKHherilT of Letcher couuty, Jasper Mary for its grandmother, Mrs. Mary Colli i. h, with three gunrds, staid hero Matiieny. Tuesday night with two prisoners, HarMn. A. S. Mykkh had been a member rison White and William Wells, charged of tho Knights of Honor for 17 years, and with confederating together to intimihad paid in $l7.r. As his estato will date a citizen, and sentenced to six draw out $2,000 it has proven a good in moutliHeaeh in ,the penitentiary. 'Hie vestment anyway. reason for stopping hero was to get II. 9 Fomk rascal who should bo doing time C. Polly, who lias been in jail (or three in tho penitentiary, stole six fine turkeys months, awaiting the action of the Court from MIbs Jennie Cooper's roost Mon of Appeals in his case. Ho was senday night. Ho was thoughtful enough tenced to 21 years for murder, and that court having atiirmed tho decision Lo to leave her several. was taken to servo the sentence. Should this meet your eyo bofore 8 Found Dead. Wednesdny morning, o'clock Thursday nlcht. strike nt once Uriah D. Bright saw an object lying in for Walton's Opera House and seo Fred the field about 100 yards from the pike, I). losey, ono of the finest impersonaon his father's farm, and on going to it now before the public tors found that it was tho dead body of Jim Mn. W. 0. liuTCHiNos has rented a Middleton, a drunken and worthless small farm near Crab Orchard nnd darkey, who had frequently figured on moved to it. Ho aleo moved his small the police court docket. A bullet had stock of goods nnd will contlnuo in the been fired into his neck from below and mercantile business till ho can close out. had come out at tho top of his head. Owino to . tho Htringoucy in money Squire W. L. Dawson, tho nearest mag matters, I let a great many July accounts istrate, was notified and tie held an in. run over, hut need tho money now, and quest with the following jurors: John M. nil must settle nt once. I mean you If McRoberU, J.B. Gentry, 0. 0. Withers, Haryou owo mo anything. J. K. Van- - Eugene Kolloy, James Dunn and rison Dunn, whoafter examining several Ateklale. witnesses, returned a verdict that the A. R. Pkn.ny bought of T. 0. WattB deceased had comu to his death from a tliu lot in front nf his residence on Lan- pistol shot at the hands of some person caster street for 1750, and has contracted unknown. Jim Banks, n uei;ro of unt) build a handsome cottauo on it. Dr. savory reputation, acted in a singular O'Bannon will ulso build, and then that manner and protending to ho too drunk street will not wear such- - a country-fleto testify, ho was lodged in jail to sober air. up. Yesterday another jury, consisting . A noon Presbyterian brother had his of E. B. Caldwell, Sr., J. A. Wright, P. litllo ono baptized by Kov. W. A. P. Nunnelley, J. E. Portman, Peter the other day, and when asked Hampton nnd J. M. Hail, were empau its name ho unintentionally gave him neled, when evidenced was adduced that of an older child. It didn't matter, which strongly connected Banks with though, aud tho little ono was baptized tho crime. Witnesses testified that he nil the same. aud Middleton started out that wny at 0:30 Tuesday night and thnt was tho last Thk Lincoln County Building A Savof tho latter alive. Marshal New- ing Association is now issuing a now se- seen land obtained from Charloy Armstrong a ries of stock. Those wanting a safe inpistol which he said belonged to Banks. vestment for small amounts, payable in loaded, but two weekly installments can find no better. It had been recently chambers showed that they had been Jos. Severance, President, J. J. McRob- tired, and as tho balls that fit them are erts, Secretary, W. M. Bright, Treasurer. tho same size of tho one that did the exThk Owensboro Messenger says of tho ecution, it was produced us evidence. "Is Marriage a Failure?" Co., which will Banks Bwore, however, that it was not appear at Walton's Opera House, Satur-- d his, but his general demeanor and con ly night, 10th: "Mr. Joseph LeBrandt t adlctory statements, added to tho cirniCorydon Foxglove did somo very credit- cumstantial evidence against him, were able work, and thodancingnmlBinging of so convincing that tho jury found a ver''Little Irene" were roundly applauded. dict that ho had dono tho killing. Ho Tho orchestra was unusually good." was accordingly sent to jail. Messrs. R. Gentry represent0. Warren and G. Gov. Hkown has atiirmed the action of ed him. Banks has dono time in the tho State Board of Health, which re- p jnitentiaey and his prospect for doing fused to grant Dr. J. S. Appleman a cerit again or worse, seems very flattering. tificate to practice medicine in tho State, but tho doctor, being a regular graduate FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. of medicine, and ids only ofleuso being Uoone Bros, bought in the East End, that ho advertises for business, is confia lot of fat hogs nt 5c. dent that tho Court of Appeals will W. A. Cash bought of Jamos II. tho action of both. Carter n lot of fat cattle at 3c. Thekk will be a call meeting of tho John Hill bought in tho West Eud citizens of Magisterial District, No. 1, at a bunch of feeding cattlo at 3c. tho county court room in Stanford on Farm for sale. Situated on pike, an next Monday, Dec. IS, at 2 p. m., for tho well improved. Contains 00 acres. E. purpose of arranging u boundary, and Pennington, Hubble. selecting a site for tho proposed graded John Holmes sold to Prewitt and common school district, upon which Wood, of Royle, a lot of fat hogs at 5c. proposition n voto in the near future is aud to W. I. llerrln tbreo feeders at 3c. proposed. All persons interested are A Somerville, Tenu., farmer killed four bogs last week that netted 1,123 urgently requested to attend. pounds. Tho lard weighed 275 pounds, Mas. J. W. Bastin, of Pittsburg, is en- or about 25 per emit. From time immemorial tho Jimson titled to the prize offered by Mr. W. II. or Jnmestown weed has been looked upHiggins to tho one who would first on not only as useless but as a curse. name the Stanford beau who has only Western farmers now clajm that it is "a been to Crab Orchard onco nnd Lancas sure preventive of ting cholera." ter not at all. She named Warren To the Voters or Lincoln County. Uocker, and that is correct, A number Business engagements requiro mo to of other answers wero received, but as they were signed by ficticious names be absent from tho county for a short the award could not be made to them, while. I want each voter to understand although they were ahead of Mrs. distinctly, howover, that I am still a canBastin. didate for the nomination for sherlir, Later. Mr. Higgins got so many and that on my return home I will make nnswera by the eaino mail thnt a radio an active canvass of the county from will have to be had to Bee who is entitled that time until the primary election. J. A. Givk.ns. to the prize. m d Slaj-raaker m so of tho members of was taken ill with tho grip. Erysipelas Lincoln Lodge. No. GO. E. and A. M., is and heart troublo followed, and after reurgently requested nt their next regular maining unconscious for most of the meeting, Dec. 18. Business of impor- time, death came at about 10 o'clock tance is to bo transacted. G. L. Penny, Wednesdny morning and took him with W. M. out a struggle. Mr. Myers was raised in Tiisns will ho a balloon ascension in the Walnut Flat neighborhood, and was front of tho Opera House Saturday at 3 the youngest of seven children, only one p. in. during which tho hand will of whom survives, Mrs. Mary Connor, at popular medodies. Attached to tho age He was born GO yearB ago the balloon will be four complimentary last March, and came to Stanford 28 rcsorved sent tickets to "Is Maraiago a yearB ago, when ho bought tho hotel Failure?" which will belong to tho per- which has since borne his name, and sons capturing them in its decent. about which his figure had become so familiar. In his youth Mr. Myers joined Mil J. W. Kambky has moved his liv the Cumberland Presbyterian church, in I and will ocery etablo tr Crab Orchar which ho retained membership till Rev. cupy tho John stable. Mr. I. S. McElroy'a pastorate here, when 1 e J. X. Menefee, who owns tho stable that joined theSouthern Presbyterian church. Mr. Ilameoy vacates, will go into tho Frequently of late ho has spoken of livery business. Mr. Menefee lias bought death in a calm nnd satisfied way, saying Mr. P. W.Green's hack, which ho has he was ready to answer the summons at been running to Rowland, and hereafter any time, though ho preferred to live only ono 'bus will meet tho K. C. train. Mies till his youngest grand-chil- d, Sam Menbi'kb's foot ball team downed Pearlio Burnside, was Fettled for life. Tom Yeagor'a Wednesday nfternoon by Mr. Myers never married, but has been ascore of 5 to 0. The gamo was an in- more than a father to Mrs. Kittle Burn-sid- e and her family, and they will feel teresting one from beginning to end and tho "touch downs," "centro rushes" and his loss most deeply. He leaves a good what nots were said to bo very lino. Our estate, including 82,000 insurance in tho foot ball reporter was unable to ho pres- Knights of Honor. It is a singular fact ent, or olso a detailed account of the that just five years ago within n few game mu'iit havo been made instead of hours, Mr. John Y. Myers, a brother of A die-cour- se 7-- full attendance forever. Last Thursday night, 7th, he Carving Sets. ROGERS' GOODS, Novelties, Birth Day Rings, Cut Glass. Bronze Figures, A 4133 Souvenir Spoons, and Jewelry in Endless Variety. C3--0 TO And choose your Xmas presents from a stock that is up to date in style and prices. You surely will be pleased for vc have selected DANKS Mt MiMtwLM the deceased, died in tho same room, nnd in the identical spot. After a sermon by Rov, W. A. Slaymaker nt tho Myers House yesterday at 11 o'clock, the remains were followed to Lancaster by a large number of friends, and laid beside those who had gone before. DANVILLE. (Advocate.) 3 Ike Dunn sold to Embry & Fox three year-olcotton mules at 1 75, und one d n for S90. Rav. J. W. Ljnch will notgotoCov-ingtoto take charge of a church as reported, but will remain in Danville. HiramvP. VanPelt, deputy postmaster, died of typhoid fever. His young wife died n few weeks ago. He had $2,000 insurance on his life. Mis. Pat Murphy, aged 07, died of pnemonia. Four Bis Successes. Goods that will sell. No need now to go out of town for presents. We can suit the most fastidious. If you know a good thing when you see it, go to the Having the ntoled mrnt to more than make gon all the advertising claimed for them, the fol- wing four remedies have reached a phenomenal ale. Dr Klne'tNewr Ditcouery, for consump tion, Couchi and Coldt, each bottle euaranteed-Klecin- c Hitters, the (treat remedy for Liver Stomach and Kidneys, llucklen't Arnica Salve tho bet in tho world, and Dr. King's New Life Pills, uhich are a perfect pill All these remedies are Ctiaranteed to do just what is claimed for them and the dealer whose name is attached herewith wi.l begird to tell you moreof them. Sold at A. R Penny's Iruj More. NEW ADVEBTISEMENTS. That JeweleR. is a jeweler. Every article guaranteed strictly as represented. STANFORD, KY. Stockholders' Meeting. A meetinf of the stockholders of the National Hank of Hustonvillo will bo held at the.r banking houte in Huftonville Tuesday. Jan. 9, 1804, between the hours of 10 and 3 o'clock for the pur-piof electing Pine directors to serve during the ensuing year. J V. 1IOCKKR. Cashier. 83 se MRU Y GOODS. Xmas Presents, Gifts and Articles suitable for every one to purchase. .1 Stockholders' Meeting. A meeting of the stockholder of the Farmers Rink .V Trust Co will be h.ld at their banking hiuse in Statifonl on the litst Wednesday in tor tho purpose of electing n directors to serve the ensuing year. J. It. OWSLKY, Cashier, 83 Jan-u,ryi'- Stockholders' Meeting A me ting ol the stockholders of the First National IUnk will be held ut their banking house in Stanford on the seend Tuesday in January, i8g4, for the purpose of electing 11 directors tor the eusulDg year. JOHN J McROHEUTS, Cashier. 83 Come See, -- A SINGER AND- J! Sowing : Machine Would make a nice Christmas Present for your mother, wile or sister. You can get them in any style and at most any price At J. W. Pcrr in's Oflicc, Call and seenlssaiu-pit- s, Opposite the lotTeHouie even if jou don't think of buying. Repairs, supplies and attachments alwajs on hand. BUY : CHEAP. BOOKLETS 1 NOTICE. Having Opened a New Barber Shop, war between the Myers House and Coffey House, 1 solicit the patronage of the public, t am prepared to accommodate ladies as well as centlemen. Special attention given to children. Slaving, hair cutting, shampce-in-g, dyeing and also singeing. Give me a call. On South Main Street, half Toilet Cases, Manicure Sets, Mirrors, New Photo Cases, Albums, Bisque Figures, Celluloid Novelties, Writing Desks, Work Boxes, Shaving and Smoking Sets and new Xmas Cards, NEW BOOKS AND JOHN COOK, JR. Gift Books, Poems, Novels, Sets and nicest Children's Books, Walton's Opera House. Thursday, December Hay Best Dolls, Toys and Games, Doll Houses, Cradles, Beds, Tea ar. Sets, Drums, Guns, Stoves, Blocks, Machines and Games of every kind, The Meniest ot all Karco Comedies The great 4 A BHIGHT IDEA EXPRESS A play produced for the sole purpose of aiding to WAGONS, DOLL CARRIAGES VELOCIPEDES, &C. make l.iic ntasani. Spontaneous Hilarity, Not a Serious Thought. Instantaneous Fun. A Refined i ntertstnment. Voluntary Laughter. A Play for All. Brfst and most durable iron tires; must be sold. At old stand, Sid Hughes, Marguerite Darrill, The King and Queen of Farce Comedy. Reserved seats on Sule at W. D. McRoberU' Drug SWe. W. B. McROBERTS, Stanford, Ky. ,i.TV i - Ik J A fcn- - ffkfli !r' ( ny W ', - v ( - ?. u r lie it i ,' ' BuckIIq'b Arnica Salve. The heft salve In the world lor cuts, bruuet npper Doay ireo from it, combining aJl e es, ulcers, salt rhtun., fever sores, tetter, chip-p- a Co Comes to you every other dsy In the year for cu tho previous exercises of neck, shoulder, hands, chilblain, corns and all skin erup ly $. The cheapest nd best paper In kintuclry. Wrist and waist, nnd mnking unison of tlon and pontivelj cures piles, or no pay requir-tAddress OF STANFORD, KY 30 cnts gets It for three months. It i guaranteed to srivv pcrlect satisfaction which is grace. motion THE ADVOCATE, or money refunded, l'nco tj cents per bra, 8TANFORD, K'.f DECEMBER 15, 1893 FANNIE EDGAR THOMAS SHOWS HOW wu t Danville, Ky. It now tully organited and ready lor business Tho troublo with feet is that they are jr0 i. Cv H MaMnrd, Kv. TO STAND PROPERLY. too dependeut ono upon tho other. Try - $200,000. Paid up Capital' of to draw on your stocking whilo standW. P. WALTON. Surplus, . l 000 Physical Culture For 'Women nt Home. ing and 6co how you wrigglo and joggle. A The Vfliolo Secret of rnsltlon Simple Ono should bo nblo to support tho weight 'J. WM - "f SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL I vrill give free of charge tfi. . of tho body on ono foot without effort. A DANK OK STANFORD, "j".V re. Rules That All Should Follow Intelli"graceful" woninn nover flounders, ONE LIFE-SIZEPORTRAIT Now closing up) with the same assets and undo gent nml Easy Exercise. Oxjgeiu Alraoipherlc blunders, fnlh or trips when met by the same management. iCopyright, 18C3, by American Press Associa- sudden surpriso or obstacle in n crowded To every person that will have oue doien of my By provisions of Its chatter, depositors are a. Jx-- 7TCff( TUT fl'TflTTfl x. fine cabmcts made up till Chrlstn.ss day. have fjlly protected at ate depositors in Natioaa tion. placo. Thoro is no collision or "bump, simple .of portr.il at mv calleiv that I pro Banks, its shareholders being held Individual!, ". Tho first thing to do is to stand prop- ing" if ono steps on tho train of her a in give the wassatsw away, lome anu see what a cut you llaole to the extent of the amount of their nock r.oe COeyaiaHTIPay will get with etery dcxen cabinets, therein at the par value therrol, in addition to th. erly. Get beforo tho mirror, dear rend dress, meets her in a narrow doorwoy. f K. W. ftralth. l'rln. Commprclal College A.J FA UP, amount invested In such shares. It may acta ofPrat,University, Lexington, Ky., was awarded er, nnd eco tho way you stand natural- or turns over tho Ky Stanford, Ky executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at table by her sido. an individual. hullilnlHiilIlllllh ly. It is tho universal stand. Nino Sho is poised, balanced, prepared this MEDAL AND To those who entrusted their bulsinesa to ui women out of ton etand just so. Nino is tho Bwoct dignity Br ABsonrnorr. BT THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, while mniglng' the Lincoln National Hank o' I that girls out of ten in tho public school room boundary between graco nnd marks tho Stanford, we we here tenderour many thanks and For Myatens rKoli.krrrlrJsr nnd (Jrneral nwkwurd-uestrust they will continue to transact their businra llualnr F.riuratlon. ric. fust to rnniplete etand so, shopgirls nil do, and tho parlor with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten llusltiess fours about f.sj. Including tuition, book. bcllo stands so tulking to her best young night, a bay tion to same, our twenty years' experience is Telea-ra- :ard. Phonography, Type Writing and From my lut in Stanford, Placing tho hands on tho hips, de- bor, wltn white Ufl Whu.d, tint u top ot talk banking andas liberalaccninmodations as arc coo taught. For circulars, address, man. V. K. SMITH, Pmldrsit, Lrxlnsrton, Kf. will pay lor his sistent with sound bankinr. scribe n circlo around ono foot with tho anil fistula on lott thouldir & Jtrr. St. 4th Hero it is: Shoulders sagged down or Inlormatlon that will gel him ffturu LOUISVILLE. KY. PIKECTOHS: (a W'AMilNUlUN 1IOONE, nnd forward, n hollow at tho pit of tho toe of tho other. Then too toward north, COLE BLDQ. south, east, west nnd half way between J.J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; Nashville. Tihii. stomach, abdomen thrust out, small of MYEKS HOUSE Lou Birmingham, Ala. J.M. Hait.Sunfotd: tho back shrunk in, nnd tho feet, though each. Then tho other foot. Step for60 page booV. lite. Send tor J. S. Owsley, SUnfordi not exactly "toed in," certainly too ward and back with kneo bent ns solS J. Kmbry, Stanford; diers in charging. Sway tho body toward Teatlmonlal. straight for correct carriage. J K. Lynn, Stanfcnt; tho ix)ints of tho circle, resting on tho A Splendid Blue Grass Farm, P. W. CREEN, Prop. The Electropoiewill euro many cates cl alscase No, it does no good to braco back J. F. Cash, Stanford; where nothing die will. It has worked like a ball of tho foot. This is splendid exyour shoulders you simply push out This ruble, which Is run n c nnecllon with tne Kev Geo H. Means, William Gooch, Stanlord; charm In my family, A very pretty nnd graceful ono On Danville ft I ancaster pile, krown g as the Dr Myers Ilou.e, ha;bfcn supplied wltta Covington, Ky. tho shoulder blades and mako matters ercise. A. W. CupeBtcr.MUledKfvills, Ky about no Waller Owsley homestead, coi'tainli is: Point tho fingers abovo tho head, acre., line brick residence oi sl rooms and S. 11. Shanks, President It ! certuiulva wonderful instrument nnd it it moro hopeless looking thnn over. more wonderful as to how It does It work, yet it splendid outbuildings. Aim or sale prtv itly 100 A.New Lot of Horses, Carriagoa, Dr. J. R. Owsley, Ci.hler, T t? j. urinicy. Drnw tho abdomen bnck nnd raiso 6tep forward as far as possiblo upon tho bice ewci , 16 hogs, lot ol cattle, 4 head hursts, t do it. Buggies, Wagons, ball of ono foot, leaning tho body grace- stacks hay, farming implements Apply to S. E, W. M Utlght, Tell lhe veteran plow manufacturer ot the South. tho chest ! There is tho wholo secret of IIsiiV 011 tne farm or injsill at Farmer 1.UUIIYIIIC, fully, then step back ns far as possiblo ruMimcr's Supplies and It belter thsn nil 81 J. 11. OWSLEY. With the Elect ropone I have cured dyspepsia, "position.' This simplo action throws with tho 8amo foot behind tho resting the public with prepaid comtipation and liver trouble, lagrippe, heaiache all tho other fentures into placo. Unfoot bending tho body back as far as tocthache,bad colds, rheumatism, neuialgia. KINDS. colic and piles. The results are wonderful, consciously tho head throws itself bnck possible, tho hands remniuing finger NATIONAL BANK FIHBT'CLASS RIGS OFAL,L, Weddings chills and fever 1 hive seen cured in 6o minutes. and up, to bo in keeping. Tho shoulders Personal and promplallcnlioo gfrcnto E. B. Lyle, Churchill, Ky. . Panics and llurialt aro oven nnd straight without strain, tipped nbovo tho hend. OF STANFORD. KY. ill deliver either to Either It is well to establish n system of Rowlatid baled or uubuleil, r. V. GREEN. tho lino of tho back is straight nnd or l'licu vtrv low. Al, HURNS. Manager. Propnelot So im b II. IIKaZLLY, firm, ending in quito n pretty nnd be- counting with every exerciso. It gives Capital Stock- ..TAKE THE., Stanford, Ky n vigor nnd intensity to tho work that lttlM. coming natural bustle, tho hips hang nt Surplus an entirely now anglo nnd it is impos- nothing elso will. m Fencing is n uniquo nnd ropulnr : WEEKLY. rrvTiVYW mTT HlB ksslJLlB sible now to "toe-in.- " Tho arms havo Attention of the public is invited to the fat i a i i i Vjti i that this is the only National Hank in Stanford gained n lifelike expression, in plnco form of musclo stretching. Tho nrt of fcifiBBirf lllUHtViltlHt. Under the provisions of the National Dank Act of tho "hung on wiro" look, nnd even "posing," though nttrnctivo enough, is il&iidiw&h depositors are secured not only by th. capital n triilo superficinl and finishing for the stock, but bv the stockholders liability lor at tho fingers curvo in a moro dainty fash'&Jlcusni ut AiB.ii ChicasotIiq- Harper's Weekly is beyond alt vigorous Miss Columbia who, with her in 10; acres ol land with a Urge house,V Situated amount equal to the stock, so that depositors o the lead Adams, KuwUnd and now occupied by J. ion. Ing Journal in America, in its splendid illu.lra. this Institution are secured by a fund of 400,000 natural good sense, 6ees that thero is anil known as tne Htdenur la m Chief of all, you breatho f nil, easy nnd Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank tions, in Its corps cf litstinituished contubutots, J S. OWaLEV, Trustee. rid in its vsst srmv of traders. Is special lines, the United THE POPULAR AND DIRECT free. Really, beforo it was too much much to bo dono in tho building up of t Stanford, Ky sre made each yeartoar eiamlncd States government and Us assets at stated limn it draws on the highest eider of talent, the men tho body beforo tho pedestal period. Lessy government agents, thus securing addiuiona best fitted by piwilion and training to treat the troublo to drag tho breath up through ..LINE TO... 'ejding trpics ot the day. In fiction, the most tntf perfect safety to depositors. tho winding, curving, doubled up pas- - sons in riding, walking and swimming This institution, originally established as th popular siary.wrilers contribute to Us columns, havo hud their eilect, ami tho whole superb drawings by the lurciniKt aitlsia lllustiate Deposit Hank of Stanford in itjl, then works on to tho haven of development. ed as the National Hank ol Stanford In iS6j anc Its special ankles, lis stoilcs, and every lioiabj Hank 01 ct em of public Interest, coma ns portraits of the Kirsl National ugain Tho merging of tho threo distinct deAnd,..... the I'lstlnguished men and women who arc mak practically an unintcr in tSt, partments of athletics, Delsarto nnd MY BRICK LIVERY STABLE, Stanlordealstenceofhas had history of the time, while special atten. ijptcd is years It Is tetter supplied log thegiven tlon Is to the Arm? and Navy. Amateur now with IsclUties for traussctinK business prompt POrs dress is indeed ono of tho curious fent ly and liberally than ever before In its long anc Sports, and Music and the lrma, bv distinguish Situated on Perot Street in Stanford, Ky., or ntten-tioures of tho timo, nnd worthy tho ed experts In a wird, Hrrprr'a Weetly honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidu the news features of the d.ily paper and ihe eiancs, firms and individuals respectfully snlic of people who imngino that waves will exchange lor real eUte lu Lioco'n conntv. 8oiin J.Jv ME.NrFrr:. rti.il- - and litetarr sualul. ol the tuagariiia Stanford, Ky. ted of advancement como "by chance." with th solid critical chancier of ihe review Th Directory of this Hank is composed 01 Attention which heretofore has been Porestus Reid, Lincoln county , IIARrKR'S PERIODICALS. centered upon buttons, whalebones and S. T. Hams, Lincoln; Visitors, remember the Monon is the line, with Per Year. G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; B. "wiggings," hns como to perceivo the Vestlbuled Trains, Pining Cars, Palace Chair Harper's Msgarine , Cars, Pullman Duffel Sleepers, at iowest rates. J. W. Hayden, Stanford, lines of bhoulderblndc, thigh nnd nnn. Harper's Weekly . ... 400 S.H. RaughmanjLincoln; Scales havo fallen from calico laden Harper s Haxar....... For information address . 4 J. S. Ilocker. Stanford,! J Harpet'a Young People eyes, and tho awkward squad havo scurChicago. IAS. DARKER, G P. ....... Office South fcUd Main St , In office recently 4 to W. A. Trllible, Stanford; V. O. CRUSH. T P. Louisville IVatags Frre to all subscribers in the United ried off to gymnasium and saddle and vacated by St. I.ee K. lluffmau, Stanford, Ky M. D. Klinorr, Stanford; Slates, Canada, and Meiico. havo taken to supplementing nature P. Hill.Sunford. T. and correcting Habit. Tho favored fow ..IF YOU ARE GOING.. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; Theolurresoflhe find training superfluous nnd fall diIrKin with M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon. Number for January ofWeeklyyear When the first each lo rectly into Greek gowns, posing nnd S.llocktr, President; is mentioned, subsrriptlcns will begin with tie J In Number current st the time of receipt ef order MH..THE ...... fame. Women grumblo about being John J. McKoberts, Cashier; llousd Volumes of Harper's Weekly far three A. A. McKinney, Assistant Chirr. too tall, too short, too fat, too lean, years I act, in re.t cloth bindtrtr. will be sent by INCORRECT. CORRECT. mail, postage pld, or by express free of eiprnie and thero is moro femiuino deformity pr.v,drl the freight dots riot exceed one dollar Bages. Now it streams naturally through about round shoulders than from any per volume , for Jt 00 per volume. straight tubes nnd pipes. Hero is tho born cnuse. Tho worst cases enn bo t'.oth Case for each volume suitable fer btod. ing, will be sent by mail, 11 paid, en lecclpl of healthful sido of n correct standing po- cured by persistent limbering exorcises, i aeach. sition, nsido from all considerations of holding n enno or broomhnndlo bnck LESSENS Remittance should be made by Post rfflce Mon SAFETY ey Order or Dralt to avoid chance of lot. LouiavaLC beauty. Nashville R. R. of tho shoulders, lying on tho floor, or Address. HARPER A AROTHERS, New to LIFE MOTHER and CHILD. The Famous Specialist, No matter how rotund or slender, standing ngainst tho wall, tho shoulder-blade-s York. tall or short, you may be, just try it Is the line for you, as its touching. So many women lack My wifo, after bavin? nscd Mother 1HO-I- . and see abdomen back, chest np, toes tho character to becomo beautiful. InFriend, passed through tho ordeal with To Visit Our City Professionally. out what a differencol telligent, well ordered exerciso does uot littlo pain, was .stronjjcr in one hour HHRPER'S Now to limber up. Stand correctly, produco cords nnd bunches of muscle than in a week nftor tho birth of her An Excellent Chance for the Sick Make cloie connections at hands on hips, turn tho head round as ns many women fear. By it n general former child. J. J. McGoldwck, Suffering. and Illuxtmtisl. Boons Sta, Tcnn. possiblo either way, then forward plumpness of rounded musclo not flesh LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI far asback, Mother'. Friend robbed pain of Its terror keeping tho body perfectly and is produced. FREE CONSULTATION, anil ahnrteneU labor. 1 havo tho hcalttilct Harper's Magulne for tin will maintain ire still, so that tho muscles aro slightly For all points, child I ever saw. No ono that has not experimented character that has made it the favorite illustrated Mua. L. S. Aiierx , Cochran, Ga. THROUGH-TICKETperiodic. for the home Among- ih resnlis of SOLD. stretched each time. Study tho poso ot with it knows tho chango that may bo And examination at his Private Parlors at the enterprises undertaken by Ihe publishes, there express, charge prrpald, 1IAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH which tho chin should bo raised or low- wrought in tho complexion by regular ofPent bygi ta ror bottle, lloolc "Toon receipt will appear dutlnK 'be Sear superbly illustrated price, ilotlicra" For any information e.iquirc of India bv Kdwm Lorn Weeks, on tho mailed free. ered to givo most prettiness nnd charm physical exerciso of somo sort, it scarceJOES. RICE Aicni. apanesefeasona by Altre.1 Parsons, BRAOFICLO REGULATOR CO., Myers House, Stanford, Tuesday, ir I'oultncy lllgelow.en Pans hy on Germany Or Stanford. Kv to yon. Somo women look best with ly matters what, if dono at tho samo Richard Atuatx., Ga. W. V, PENN, Trav. Pass. Jan. 2, till Wednesday Davis and on Mexico by Frederic Kcminr tho head tipped back a little, somo when timo and for tho samo length of timo Junction City, Ky ton. ; with somo a slight noon. at it is dropped slightly each day. Tho gymnasium, when one Among the other notable features of the year will be novels by George du Mautier and Charles tilt of the chin to tho right or left, can afford it, is tho thing, but this is SPECIFIC From Tuesday morning till WsMocaday noon. Dudley Warner, th personal rrmmlsceni.es of somo certuin placing of it in relation to not necessary to remarkable results. W. D. Howells and eight short stories of WesReturning every four weeks during the year. tho shoulder, makes nil tho differenco tern Irentier life by Owen Winer. Short stone Edgar Thomas. Fannii: I?OR renovating the will altO be Contributed bv lltaml.r l.llk.. in tho world may transform on uninHttchirJ Harding Iais, Mary K. Wilkins. Ruth' entire system, eliminating teresting woman into nn nttrnptivo ono. .cr.urryaiuari. .111st l.xurento Alma Tadeina, RESPECT THE BABY. (.eorgc A. Hlhbsr), Queday de Heaurcpalre, all Poisons from the Blood, No, it docs not mnko you conscious nnd Thomas Neltcn Page, ami oihart. Articles on BEST OFFER EVER MADE unnatural; it becomes unconscious as A Plea For Thoao Who Flint It Huril to whether of scrofulous or topics ol current interest will b contributed by distinguished specialists. Speak l'or Tlicntselies. malarial origin, this prepbreathing nnd then you havo it. What "What a sweet littlo darling! I a sum you would bo willing to pay for aration has no equal. . . HARPER'S PERIODICALS SSSSSSSsl90?takA ' that mnch added charm, could yon eco could olmost eut it up!" cooes tho enPer Year: it given to you artificially as a falso thusiastic young woman, as sho smothHarper;t Magailri s4 Harper t Weekly bang is. It brings out instead of hiding ers tho baby's countennnco with kisses, 00 "Per eighteen months I had an Harper's Ilsiar..... ,. 4 to your best points. Why, you do this breathes in its faco and squeezes its lating sore on my tongue. 1 was Harper's Young People 00 with your dressmaker; why not with tender littlo body in an impetuous emtreated by lest local fhyshlans, Pottage free to sll subscribers in the United your persons, which nro ever so much brace, expending n degreo of muscular sore but obtained no relit; the States, Canada aud Meaico. mraj forco in her endearments thnt6ho would moro impressivo ? gradually grew worse. I finally HgtiggHHgHggHiHgBg-ff- r took S. S. S and was entirety Tne Volumes of the Magsxine tegin wlih ihe Next, stretch out tho nrms. Twist not think of wreaking on a person of v ' Numbers ot June and Drencher ef each year. cured after using a few lotttes." nnd shako looso tho wrists, swing tho her own sizo. If tho infant is of an inWhen no tlmeU mentioned, stiDscilpilons will be C. 1L McLemokb, nrms straight, slanting up nnd out, dependent character, it very properly Kin with the Number cmrcent at the time of the Henderson, Tex. recript of order. Hound Vols, of Harper's Mag. .sts--sf t1 loosening tho sockets, nnd strengthen- yells lustily, but moro often it is mild same fnr three years back, In neat cloih bind, mannered and lcars tho familiarities ing tho muscles under thoso hollow lug-will l sent by mail, on receipt elBBPF-.ssasww"'-ISsiiiiiiiia on Blood andSkia off- - per volume Cloth Cases, tor tilndinr, 50 Hands on hips twist tho body patiently as ono of tho conditions of tho TREATISE ItwswlswswBwi sawawawawIsW free. cents fa )i l,y mall, going ns far ns mysterious and pninful existence on as you TIIKlsWIFT ISI'KCIFICCO., Remittances should be mado by Pntt.otlice Every club of Ten Yearly Sub- possiblo did tho neck, Atlanta, Ga, Money Order or Draft, to awdd chance of lost each way everything slow which it hns bo recently entered. Address HARPFR scribers will get one eharo of $5,000. nnd swinging, not short and jerky. ilHOTHhRS New sgtsvQBulv 'sllsJatfliV gslgtiiiiflgvKi sork "Ho would not kiss tho baby," says Every club of Five Yearly SubA good test of longthwiso suppleness n fond mother reproachfully of somo Norfolk-Weste- rn B.R scribers 'will get ono half a snare of is this: Bend tho body over without masculiuo friend, not realizing that, lBO.l. 5,000. Dr, Appleman, formerly of New York, now perbending tho knees nnd seo how near you however unconsciously, ho has dono manently located in Louisville, Ky , it a graduate Tho number of ebarea is fixed by como to touching tho floor with your her child a favor by refusing. EveryHER PER' S : BEZER. of llcllevue Hospital Medical Collrgn, New York Schedule N'cv. 19, 1893 City, the most notable Institution of its kind In the number of clubs of ten that will fingers, iou como within n foot of it body recognizes tho debilitating effect He hat inado a special study of the America. IlhiHtriitotl. perhaps nt first, tho distanco growing upon a kitten of too much handling, bo received by us from LEAVE NORTON DAILY gradually less and less with practice. but tho baby is passed from iorson to Nov, 1, 1893, to March 31, 1894. Somo who could not at first touch tho person without compunction, shaken, 12:60 p. m. (or Graham lllurficld, Pocahouta EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT, Harper's Marat Is a journal for the home It Lynchburg, Richmond and Norlolk. ves the fullest and latest inform. ilnn .Inm floor by sovoral inches como to lay tho trotted, tossed, kissed, squeezed, ioked, Sleeping Cars from Roanoke to Norfolk also And chronic l'isearrs in the great Ilellevue and ... ..u. .,,,, its uuincrju. Illustrations, Pant de On an offer of $1,500 last spring, hands flat upon it after a timo. Think tickled, subjected to a thousand indig- from Lynchburg to Kichmono Chaiity Hospitals, Niw York City, and there sul-l.'ni at"" pattern sheet are many phenomina! of Trains lor Pocahontas, 1'ov.hntan and fioodn cures all this experience are successfully treats sable alike to the heme supplcmrpt and indispenrunning tbreo months, ending Juno of tho increased laxity of musclo in tho nities from which it is helpless to pro- will the pro over the State. He leave Illuefield daily at 6 30 a m, 12 35 p ui. moo tie. .no eapetisc is spared to make fessional 30, 1893, for clubs of five, eaph club calves of the legs evidenced by this. tect itself, and if it occasionally musters Leave Illuefield 630am and 9 00 p m dally for Its nrtisilc attraetiv, nets of the highest order. roilits Kenova and Columbus, Acute and Chronic Catarrh, Its bright stores, amusing comedies, and thoughtagent received $4.53 in cash besides O'f courso ono does not want to break up tho spirit to resent them by shriek- West. Pullman sleeperO.. Chicagoand alllor Co on 900 p m tiuin , diseases f the eye.rar, ful c sas satisfy all tastes, and its lastInpace is fa. his commissions. That oiler was 8500 tho back or strain tho muscles by try- ing it is said to bo "cross" und is lumbus. Hinging in Ears, dpafnei-mous as a budget of it and humor, Trains arrive at Norton from the East daily at Ihrr at, Tungt, stomach, liver, kidney, ur nnry ; nd ly Issues esirjrthlng is Included which isIts weeking to do this tho first timo very few squeezed and tossed with renewed enof Inter a month for thrco months. 1140 am. bladder, nervous prostration ill. betes, dyspepila, est to women f.e Serlalt lor ."'jj will be writKir further information as to srhidulcs, rates constipation, rheumatism, paral)s, Wo now offer 81,000 a month for can. Go very gradually or you will ergy. A person of common senso should or ten by William Hlack and Waller llrsnnt, Short Ik A Western fits. Ilcmorrbics, pile, cured without inll , No stories will b written by Mary K Wllklns, Maria certainly hurt yourself. To preparo not need a physician's dictum to under- - Ac, apply to agents of Norf. It. HKV1LL, five months, or a total of W. Louise Peel Kuth McKnerv Stuart, Marlon liar pain ui d no dcttntioii from wcrk. for it, draw tho arms back nnd over stanu Unit continual Kisses and emGrn. Pass. Agt Roanoke, Va. land, nnd others Spoilt and Games, Social M. F. IJR AGO, Trav. Pass Ajfent. tho head ns if for diving. Tho muscles braces aro injurious to so delicato and Young und Middle Aged Men othir inter sting Kniuruintiipiit, Embroidery, anil topics will receive constant atnro then gradually stretched without sensitive n creaturo ns nn infant that tention. A new semu la promised of "Cottee nod besides tho regular commissions, and suffering from sprnr.atorihra and Impotir.cyns Repartee ' straining. It is liko tuning a piano or unnecessary hnndling makes it frettul In )Outh rr excess i mathe lesult ot will American Sclentifio jt HARPER'S PERIOD1DALS. and languid. For that matter, what guitar so far nnd no farther. ture years nnd other cauiet producing some of the Per Year. following effects such u emissions, blotches, deAn exerciso which combines nil tho moral right hns tho admiring stranger, Guarantee 40 percent Gross Profit bility, iicrousnt , dullness, confusion of Ideas, mrper s 3Ugaiine upper half motions is this : Turn tho merely becauso bIio is larger, stronger ?ioo avers on to sccitty, defective nirimuyand sexual Harper, Utekly - 4 00 A full club of fivo or ten must body from tho waist up round to tho and has tho advantago in overy respect, exhaustion which unfits the victim for buiincs Harper's llarar or narriage, ate perm tieutly cured by remedies Harper's Young People ., 40 a 00 como at ono timo in order to share in left ns far ns ever you can, then down to tako liberties of which sho would n)t iujuri us. lVsfjigo Free to all subsenbert In the United wny down sweeping tho floor with not dream of being guilty wero tho this offer. States, Canada, and Mexico. Agents may send as many clubs as tho hair ns it were, ncross nnd up nt child 20 years older to rub its satiny they can raiso within timo specified tho right side, keeping tho feet faced skin nnd bury her faco in its soft neck .WJfegksTRADE MARES. I he volumes ol the Ilarar begin with the first and can havo papers sent to any front und tho front faced sidowiso ; then without any idea of what its choice is Ell&iW As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc., Number for January of each year, When no time DESIGN PATENTS, down to tho right, ncross nnd up at the in tho matter? It is a very nnfortuuuto cured by never falling remedies. is mentonrd, subscription will negin with the COPYRIGHTS, mta. address. 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Krery patent taken out by us la brought beforo The Doctor carries all his portable Instruments mail, postage paid or by express, free of expense and comes prepared to examine the most obscure (provided the freight does not exceed one dollar vating Dollar Uewspaper for a family blo, nnd not nllowing tho feot to turn. How they must long sometimes for tho the public by anotloo given free of charge la tho per volume), for J 00 pei volume. medical and surgical cases. favorite now printed in tho United He undertakes no incurable diseases but Cloth Ctse for each volume, suitable for bindRaising tho nrms nbovo tho hend, let power of speech! A baby possesses given up to die. ing, will be sent by mail, on receipt of States. Sample copies free. them swing with tho directions of tho individual rights like the rest of ns, and Largest circulation of any tdentlflo paper $1 00 each. Correspondence solicited Address In the Remittance should be made by Montho diguity of innocenco and helpless- world. 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Dentist. .... - aroRTHoaTanssT, BBfr PAIN-INSURES DR.J.S.APPLEMAN tf Double Dally Trains MGEZINB. S I ForSale-byallliruggUu- . Ag-ent- llar-din- ic 9 $5,000 Cash CINCINNATI Given Away Br Wsekty Enauirer. NW s s ggBi ggHsfsZiLgMsU ' . 4 . lgPfp post-pai- 3 1 post-pai- A-- dress-mak- 1 1 epili-ps- Rall-oad- or $5,000 for five months, Out-do- se.f-hbu- Blood nnd Skin Diseases. $titvMt 1 timmu post-pai- d, Post-offi- a ' i K,M&ik$vy':S irtWiW- - ..;-- is. ' tw, W J'naw; t: fc,X iLj..i.Ii t, Vmm there is ono who would dio for you, but Jcwctt, as you know. I could depart who hopes to llvo long for you. Hnvo in peace if 1 knew you two wero to bo you not thought of mo in this happy Hut " Ho looked from one to tho other, and trouble?" Sho looked down; her long blnclc hesitated. He had bidden us strengthen ourselves for tho revelation that ho had lashes lay on her fair fnco. "I did think of you," sho said. "Hut not the courage to make. "Coralie, give mo your hand." I did not know how you felt toward Shu placed it almost mcchnnically in me." "Not know!" I echoed. "Could I his palm. He hold It up and looked at havu told you plainer than by my It a shapely little hand, with tapering looks, my actions, my very silence? Angers nnd rosy nails. I thought his mind was wandering; Shall I tell you now that I lovo you dearly, and will stand between you and I was almost sure of it when he spoko again, rudely, almost fiercely: all peril?" "This is the hand you want. Dorr She looked Into my eyes; her head was on my shoulder; my nrms were Jcwett, is it? Look at It closely, boy, closely!" about her. Coralio softened and trembled. Sho "0 Dorr, Is it truo?" sho whispered. "I havo dreamed it, but never dared to must havo thought, with me, that ho was crazed. think it. Is it really truo?" "Look at tho base of tho finger-naiWo sat and talked until the twilight. which upon I do not know how long; I only know see the little quarter-circle- , that tho world was lost to both of us your nails and mino is pure white. In thnt time. Why should I repeat Look at hers!" Wo looked. The circular mark was hero what wo said, tho vows we exchanged, tho air castles wo built? dusky and clouded. "Aye, it Is tho mark of Cain! It With lovers and first lovo the way has always beon the samo slnco tho days of speaks a terrible truth, that I havo kept hidden from the world. Hut one Eden before tho serpent. man living knows it, beside myself; Coralie at length started up. "Let mo go," sho said. "I havo beon there was another onco who threattoo long away from papa. If ho has ened to reveal It and I slew him. Girl, there Is a drop of blood In your waked he has missed me." She looked to the door, and gnvo a veins that is of tho despisod raco. Yon start. My arm was still about her; my are my child; but your mother was not hand held hers. Tho figure of a man my wife. Sho was a slave; and you, stood in tho doorway. Tho blinds following her condition, aro also a l; IN DIXIE'S (TO HB CONTINUED. LAI clare your manumission, in writing, signed, scaled and acknowledged; it Bhall bo 7 Owe us for subscription to this paper, and the label on each issue tells whether you do or not, you MUST SETTLE AT ONCE! BEFORE THE WAR. highly dramatic story, showing the lights and shadows of an era now fast passing into the dim distant past. A Be Sure and Read It I Until nearly evening of tho next day 1 wm solitary In that house. Unusual labors kopt Lo Fovro away from early morning till dark; and neither Comllo nor her father appeared at tho breakfast or dinnur-tablout-of-do- or chatter xiv. XT FATE. placed among the public recyou will bo as free in law as you over havo been In fact. In tho next hour my will shall be made. Everything shall be yours." We Fat upon tho ottomans at his feet we two nnd in the seclusion of that room wo heard from his lips the story of his errors and sufferings. The overseer rapped at tho door, and called out that he must sec Mr. Ilostock, but was answered that ho could not be disturbed. The servant who came to call us to the tabic was sent nway. Tho hour was given to the past. We listened attentively, Coralie and I, for we were both concerned in the strange story, and I especially was eager to hear the things explained thnt had puzzled me; yet, ever and anon, as I returned tho pressure of tho hand, my heart bounded exultlngly forward. The past was no more a terror; the future was secure. Upon none could tho fair September sun rise so brightly tomorrow as upon us two, tho darlings ordsand then, child, small matter for you to pay $2, but the aggregate is a very large one to us. Send us your dues as soon as you read this. is a It Arp-z-q. Great REDUCTIONS. For the next 30 days we will sell Men's, Boys' and Children's otfatel So I VEBC0 ATS At unprecedented low prices. A few . e. thought, as I sat there, clasping her hand and listening to Mr. Dostock's confession. "Do olo maasa powerful nick In do night," Bald ono of tho wouion who waited on mo. " Team like ho done git no rdeep, and Mlaay Coral up an' down wld him. Toll xu what wo do for yo ah, an wo do utn.H I strolled down to the bayou and were open, tho windows wero up; tho strolled back. I tried to get !nterwtcd brilliant twilight illuminated tho in a book, and throw one after another room. It was the bent and bowed figaside. Won it tho natural longing for ure of Pierce Hostock, leaning on his her who had now become necessary to canes. He saw us; he saw our attitude. my existence? or was It tho restless- I had become used to his moods, to his ness proroked by tho shadows of com- stern nnd forbidding facial expresing events? sions; yet I must confess that nothing Coralio always Corallo. She had had I seen In him to equal tho blank taken possession of mo; I could think dismay, tho consternation, with which of nothing elso. 1 havo ventured upon he saw Corallo In my arms. no description of her fuco and form; I CHATTER XV. will not. She was all that Mr. Dorlon TUB BTCSKI.HO TULTIL had said of her, and more He tottered to a chair, and sank in it. Jlut who was it that tints thought of "He, tool" ho moaned. "Must he her and hoped for her? A poor adventurer, with a few paltry dollars in his share In the punishment? Must everypocket; a dependent at this moment thing I touch bo destroyed? Just God, my punUhmcnt Is greater than I can upon her father's hospitality. Aye, indeed! was that my position? bear." I was about to try to explain tho Bo it so. The other sldo of the question quickly appeared. There was situation in which ho had found me. danger threatening dungcr to Corallo. llcforo I could do so, he reached out to Tho very air was full of it, siuoo tho tho bell cord and jerked It. A slave visit of tho previous night. girl presently appeared. "Close the blinds; shut tho windows; "Did he say anything oboutyoK.Corry?" was her father's anxious question. bring n light," ho commanded. Sho "What might he havesald?whut could obeyed. When sho had gono, he told me to ho say? what was it that he had threatened to tell all through La lock the door. I did It, wondering Fourche? tho threat of which had what was next to happen. "Now we aro alone; wo shall not bo forced Mr. Ilostock to the humiliating confession that this scoundrel was his disturbed," he said. "Tell mo what 1LABMES9 To close at one-hal- JLOAKS Pkhsonal: Bear in mind one tihng,that if bus. new, pleasure, or necessity calls former price. It you need anything in these goods it will pay you to see our stock before purchasing. f slave l" CHAPTER XVI. Wl TWO. I havo no very clear idea of what immediately followed that astounding revelation. I do remember that there was a silenco in which the tick of tho clock on the marble shelf sounded like thunder. I realized tho full force of tho discovery, but was made dumb and motionless by it. Coralie, I think, x mm ij you away from home at nuv time, be particular, to have your route fully decided upon sud arranged before starting. Many things should be taken into consideration, especially the inducements offered by the Wisconsin Central Company to thoce who wish to visit St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland, West Superior, Duluth or any point in Wisconsin. Their trains leave Chicago at convenient hours. Their equipment is unsurpassed by any line in the Northwest. Close connections are made at St. Paul and Minneapolis, with the various lines running to all California and Pacific Coast points. Aqlc your nearest ticket agent for full information, and be partioular to see that your tickets read via the "Wisconsin Central Linfs. Jus. C. Pond, Genl. Pofs. Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. USTEW" -- FALL s WINTER Goods are- - GOODS -- MY- 411 In. Come and Sec. H. J. McRPBERTS. this means." I still held the girl in my arms; sho Evidently the mysterious terror that brooded at l'ierco Hostock's heurt tried not to escape. Her compliance largely concerned his daughter. Tho emlioldcned me; I spoke out, not only man who sought her must sock her as I wished, but as I thought she would under this cloud, lie must take his havo mo speak. "Mr. Ilostock, if I have presumed too risk. Was I prepared to do this? Was I prepared? Vest A thousand much upon your friendship, and upon times yes. I would face anything, tho kind treatment I havo had in this dare anything, for her. I exulted, house, I beg you to forgive me. I can with a tlcrco exultation, to know that only plead my lovo In excuse. I am there must bo some sacrifice on my poor, as you know, but for you nnd a part. I wanted something to dare; very 'Lnv others, I nm friendless; but I lovo Coralie. It come of Itself; I did something to suffer for her sake. Tho parting words of I.e Fovro on not seek It nor Invito it; I could not help it. That Is all." the previous night recurred to me. I watched his face closely, and my "Tho old man couldn't live without her. I've sometimes thought that tho heart sank as I saw that It was hard love of her Is all that keeps him alive. ami cold. "Indeed!" ho said, with something Many promising young fellows, tho wealthiest planters about almost like a sneer. "Perhaps I ought hons of tho here, have tried to court her, but he's not to be surprised at this, hut take driven them all off. Ho has seemed to little heed of what passes around me. bo in a perfect terror of her falling in Corry, how Is It with you? Speak the love with anyone. Hut he needn't truth to me, as you alwaj-- have. Is huve troubled himself so far. She this merely an Idle fancy or do you hasn't cared a straw for any of them." love hlmV" "I do love him." Sho raised her Would It not bo so with me, loth as to tho father and daughter? I could head, and looked steadily at her father. lie hoard me; he heard her; and his not tell. Hut 1 resolved to quickly find out. Events were fast shaping harshness disappeared. Ho erosseil my couro, and tho startling occur- his arms upon his breast, he bowed his from rence of the evening before had em- hend upon them; great sighs burstfro. him as he rocked himself to and boldened mo to speak out. "My crime my crime!" he moaned. It was almoht sunset when she came down from her father's chamber, "Must they suffer for It? they, the wearied from loss of sleep, languidly innocent ones whom I love!" from Coralie heard that cry his beautiful in her white vrnpcr, witli hair unbound and fastened despairing soul and was on her knees her black back with a net. Sho anno and sat by by him. Sho clasped his hands; she me on tho sofa. BOIL 1 s , "Ho is nsleep now," sho said, anticipating my question. "I hope It will lust long enough to rest his poor distracted mind and his weak body. It all comes from tho shock of that bad man's visit last night, lie will not talk with mo about It but In his sleep ho cries out his name, and prays him not to speak of mo nnd O, Jim Dieu, It la horrible! Can it be that this hideous man Is my brother?" "I fear It is so. Mr. Dorlon told mo so. llo said that ho came to tho plantation near Vlcksburg when you were un Infant, with your fathor; that ho was always called a son; and that it was supposed, when he went nway during your childhood, that on account of his evil course your father had hired him to leave." "Ah, met I havo no memory of him. Why does papa fear him?" "I wish I know." "Thcso things nre dreadful. What aro wo to do what will become of us?" "Do not despair. Wo may never hoar of that man again." "Ah, you do not know tho condition that poor papa is in! It is pitiful to soo him. He begs mo not to leave him; ho calls on Conrad not to betray him." "llo is delirious." "No,' no; It is in his Bleep. Slnco last night, it has seemed to me as if I could d or happy again. never be though some It seems as threatening us."dreadful calamity was "You want rest and sleep yourself. You must not be so sad." "Am I sad? Well, think of It. Hero Is papa, sick with fright from that man; ho will dio suddenly, some tlmo, tho doctor Bays and then there Is nobody to protect me or care for me. Mr. Lo Fcvro, perhaps but ho Is so rough, though his heart Is good. I am light-hearte- &&lj ing fuoe. "Dorr," ho said, "come here. Sit down In this chair before me. Summon your Btreugth; and you, Coralie be strong, if you can. You havo confessed that you love each other; let that lovo strengthen you for what is to come. The time has como when tho bitter truth must como out. It is nn hour that I havo feared and dreaded for years, and ono that I havo prayed might never come. Yot how can I hold silence any longer? When a man tells mo that he loves you and would marry you, Corry; when you confess that you lovo him I must speak out. Tho llo that I havo lived for your sake, my child, can no longer bo concealed; you and Dorr must know it. Pray God that tho truth shall not divide you!" Ho covered his face and shuddered. I looked at Coralie; I sought to take troubled." All this was merely the natural out- her hand. Sho withdrew it, and looked pouring of tho heart, by ono whoso llfo with frozen faco at her father. "You spoko of poverty a moment had always bepn sunny, who had not known what grief was. It was my op- Blnce," he resumed. "That is nothing to me. I am rich. I like you, Dorr portunity; I could not neglect it. My heart beat fast as I took tho plunge, "There is ono to protect you, Coralie; mahk or cai.v.' begged him to look upon her, to kiss her, to call her his darling. He looked at her, but It was with rueful, despair- "it's the Tourist's Rates. Round trip tickets to Lookout Mountain, Tenn., Florida and Georgia points, Asheville, N. C, New Orleans, La., Mexico City, Havana, etc , i will bo placed on e Queen & Crescent Route on and after Nor. 1st, at At last. The consumer has been squeezed long and hard by the gigreatly reduced rates. The Q. & C. is ant monopolies of manufactures, but now the panic scarred and noted as running solid vestibuled trains manufacturers and importers are dumping their products as to Florida and New Orleans. Direct line vrx nr.Aiii) the stout rnou ms owx fast as they can, which means that prices are now being to the Southern Tourist Resorts. Finest Lirs. did not at first fully comprehend it. trains in the South. Ask your agent & tickets over the Her great eyes wore lighted with curi- for will quote you Queen youCrescent; he rates or can adous inquiry. dress W. 0. Rinesrson, G. P. A.,Cin "Why, that is strange, papa," she Right and left, and the fellow with the cash can lay in his goods and 0. said. "That dreadful man's mother sell them far below old prices. I am happy to say to one and all that I am very glad of was not my mother; The finest train in America is concedthat. Hut who was my mother?" ed to te the Southwestern Limited via I have been one of the fortunate ones and have them in my house. "Louise Le ISonfant, a beautiful BIG FOUR ROUTE to New York and They are new and fresh; no old stock or second-hangoods, rotten Creole, whom I bought ol Napoleon with age or infected with disease, but fresh from the manufacBoston. Castex. I bought htr, girl ilo you unRead these prices and see the goods. All the standard brands This magnificent Wagner Train has turers. derstand? Sho died in giving you of Calicoes at 5c yard; Hoosier Cotton 5c yard. Men's Calf Shoes birth, nnd the shame and sorrow of been built especially for service between Baby Shoes 25c, worth 75c. Children's Shoes 50c this bitter hour are spared her. The Cincinnati, New York and Boston, run- 5i, worth $1.50 blood of the best French families of ning through solid to these cities with worth Si Ladies' Button Shoes 75c, worth $1. 25. Ladies' Button Louisiana for generations buck was in out change of cars. Composed of Ele- Shoes 90c, worth Si The largest and best selected stock of her veins; sho was beautiful, edu- gant Coaches, Wagner Sleeping Cars, Li- Clothing ever shown 50. HuStonville. in I will also have a mammoth line cated, accomplished, Just as you nre; wo man could havo dreamed that a brary and Cafe Car, and jHotel Dining of Ladies' Cloaks Oct 1st at half price. A full line of Family Groceries. Como early nnd get the best at auction prices. Respectfully, drop of baser blood was hers. What Car it has become famous. Complete in of that? For u hundred years her all of its appointments it is tho mothers had been slaves; by the cruel, "king of the road." monstrous law of this state, that conlt leaveB Cincinnati at G:00 p. in. daily dition is yours. I may free you; I may from Central Union Statiou, making congive you by will nil that 1 have; but that you wero born in bondage and nections with all through trains from the lived thus, in law, con never be de- South and lands papsengers in New York faCity at Grand Central Station, avoiding nied. And I tell you this, 1, ther, for whoso grievous sin you aro ferry transfer. When you go East take punished, as It Is written in tho Scrip- this train. 1) B. Martin, General Passenger and tures." She understood the shocking truth at Tirket Agent. iiXXDCtVI V" E 0 McCormick, Passenger Traflic last. With a low cry sho sunk down, her arms thrown across an ottoman, Manager. her face hidden upon them. On this doctors don't disagree. It may I was instantly by her side. now runLisuuu be regarded us nn assured fact that tho "Look up, Coralie!" 1 cried. "Nothgood delegates to the Pan Auifrican Congress ing shall separate us; be of at Washington, who travel over the cheer." She raised her eyes; hope faintly Chesapeake & Ohio Railway will, with. shone in them. one accord, oralse its scenery ami train ' "You will despise me, Dorr." eoryice. There is nothing in the way oil "For what? 1 have heard nothing that can change my purpose or weaken lovely mountain views and picturesque FOR A YEAR. valleys of the Virginias, to compare my love." "Hut tho people who have known with that through which the Ches apeake& Ohio Railrood passes. There me" ONE HUNDRED AND FOUK FAI'EItS A YEAR, "They shall know you now as my is nothing of historic nature in A merit a honored wife. If there is anything for as great aa a trip through tho Virginias OK LES S THAN ONE CENT PER COPY. you to live down, let me help you do Tlie popularity- of the Gazette extend from Ocean to Ocean, and there is no other railroad in Ameriit." From every pnrt of the Globe the newt. 1m Klven In re She rose, reassured, smiling through ca superior to the 0. & 0. in the smooth liable alutpc. Twelve to Sixteen Pugea u treclc will her tears. She took my hand and led ness nnd stability of its tracks, the F. F be printed for 91.00 a Your. Addrcn me to her father's chair. V. Vestibule Limited being one ot the "You hear what he has just sold," famous trains of tho world. The Cheea THE COMMERCIAL wero her words. "He loves me, splto peake & Ohio passes through Bull Run, of everything. I have nothing to give; GAZETTE CO. because I am your slave. It is for you Manassas and other noted battle field and is in all respects tho best routo for to say. May 1 love him?" CINCINNATI. and South West The, archness, the mock humility the West, North-Wewith which she turned from the dis- to the National Capital. For copy of tress and reproach in which her fa- Virginia in black and white, free and ther's words had left her, to this serio- full information regarding rates ami comic aspect of the situation, are not to be described. Mr. Hostock was com- train service, address C B Ryan. Atm' pletely won. He rose from his chair, tant G. P A . Cincinnati. Ohio. ho clasped us both in one embrace, Above Everything E'so. tears wet his furrowed faco. en Medical Pierce' "At last," he said, with a sigh of in- Dr. blood, lly this meant it reUiatov.ry purifies the chrt, build up, finite relief, "that dreadful burden is tnd invig ratca every pun ot th tysten.. For evfrom my soul. To keep that ery blood taint and ditordrr and for eviry di9 , rolled comet from or infiurr bio a secret I havo shed blood, 1 have spent that the only ren an inactive liver effective that It i It city to sure and guaranteed. abundant gold, I havo become prema- can bt tails Hit turely aged, and suffered In mind as money back. tu benefit or cure, you baye your Let me right the Thtte riiMiet arv many. They're diffrrent in mon rarely suffer. form, but they' e Koutr up WHAT DOES IT MEAN? wrong that I did this dear child, so fur the torpid liver Intolike in treatment. thoroughly hralthful as I can, when my passions gave her purily and enrich iheblood, andaction, a a pa tlvtt there Qnnn ant Crcif.nt Routt li IT tnllti tW-ti-l It nca.nl that It'.woca Cincinnati ail L.'i.ucllni tluilct ihorttft Clnli.i.tl tj life; let rao mako my peace with an cure. The "Ditcovery" tot thu. at nothing p'sr. Dytpcpaia IndijeMion, llllliouirtrst.a.l Hromhia1, mIU.iUort.it Mi.ilKi ilivrtf jt ( .jtluuitl t. .Nw (irlcmi: offended God, if that be possible; let Throat and Luiiy Affectiont , every form ol Cincinnati to ur JacktonTillt, llorlli. a THE HARD TIMES ARE OVER ovr-load- ed cin-nat- i, SLAUGHTERED d ' . to-da- JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. THE CINCINNATI GAZETTE Twice-a-We-ek HMJ - st Cn-- 109 ti V.b-- r- ! meseoyou two happy together and f ven Contumption or Lung Sen fula, In itt earlier Mages the moat Skin then let mo depart. Corry, forgive Sclp Dlaeasc-- nnd completely stubborn it. and are cur d by your erring, miserable father. I have Mild, gentle, toothing and healing It Or Sige't sinned, as other men sin; but I have &t rrh Remedy, Only jo cents; by drugitta suffered as they have not." Sho answered him with a kiss. W en on a vitit lo lowi, Mr W K. Dillon of culled at the lab Kuttell "In tho morning," ho continued, "Lo Luray. ChimbcrCo., Kaiitit,Dra Moines, to ahow of at" & Co., Fevro shall ride over to Thlbodeaux, them hit six boy wh te life had he n and bring Mr. Coteau, tho lawyer. Tho saved by Chamberlain's Cough Pencdy It liav. ing cured him of a very tevero aiurk of crii deed that I havo never dared to do, be- Mr Dalto la certain that it raved hit bn'g lit cause then the pcoplo would know your and Isrnthuai atic i hl prune of the Itcmcdv. For tale story, Corry I will execute. I will de ford, Kv. by V II. McKoberti, DiuirgUlt, titan f rof-ul- L'hUasiH-a,AtUnu- SOLID VESTIDULED TRAING all cf th atxiTt point'. Throoeh Cart t Vlektlrar. an J 5hrT- port, (lair lie runnlnf tUrona't tart Cincinnati tJ KncitUlc aul AihcTfllt. N. C. IHrtt lint to Ttxaaantl Mtilco U Sew llrlcut nr i ShreTprt. Aik ancnti aWyt touri w California. I rvn Louiitillc. flh.Ibj-Yiiand Lairnnrttiurr, direct connirctiun It maJt at I.txiaftc with vttUtmtal trtlnt t all ltilata South. W. C. KINEAUSOK. Ota'l I'ati'r Actat, Clacinsatl. O. tttwHt I - ear-ol- d . ii QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. J f .AAtLAju 'U. .. . -- , . .; '- -. M.k'R j "? The Cause of Hard Times. I To the Editor Interior Journal.) - CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. r P Whenco cornea tlio cry of "Html I'oplo I'or tlio Week IScglnnlnfi Tire. 17. Co in in rut liy Hot. 8. II. Doyle. Times?" 'Tis not that there- is Icbs money, it is being made evory day. It Tone Tlio wonderful love of Christ. Rev. I, t; John xvil. is only tho stop of circulation. As well Tho word lovonud its equivalents ocworld will tnko n foolish fright that tho cur over 000 times in tho Bible, nml in bo depopulated, based on the disasters on most enscs to sot forth tho nffection of seaand land, whilo tho ranks aro not tho infinite God to n lost and ruined depleted fastenough for tho overrunning raco. How frequently such pussnges ns recruits ; the aggregate ia over on tho in. theso occur, "God eo loved tho world crease. Tho fear of hard times, and that Ho gave His only begotten Son hoarding up for its advantages, makes its that whosoever bcliovcth on Him should evils possible and tho distress ef its wako not perish, but huvo everlasting lifo" wide and trying to thousands ot worthy (John Hi, 10); "God commendcth His people. It is not a monster that devours lovo toward us in that whilo wo wero the money of tho land, and by feeding on yet sinners Christ died for us" (Horn, it makes it less in quantity and valuo. v, 8). But our topic at this time diIt is a cjlamuity; the illigitluuto oil rects n specially to tho lovo of Christ, spring of greed and fear. tho Son, rather than to Ood, tho Father. Tho sea, tho rapacious sea, that has And tho lovo of the Sou is just ns woncut off so many unfinished oaths and derful ns that of tho Father, as wo can concluded so many earnest prayers, has easily bco. Let ns boo: 1. Tho wonderful lovd of Christ exdrunk moro gold and jevela many 1), "Onto Him who times morn than treasuries and banks hibited (Row v, loved us nnd washed us from our sins is the and private coders hold in His own blood." This is John's deouly monster that destroys boyond re- scription of Christ in His benediction claim. And it does not threaten to leave upon tho Boven churches of Asia. Ho itn bed and rush over the land in quest eperika of His lovo a displayed by his of life or gold. If it is not satiated it ia washing away our sins in His own being fed annually its ratio of both. And blood. Thus ho tolls ns that Christ exthough now and then it roars and lashes hibited His lovo toward us by dying for in fury, it settles in calm and bears rich us, that Ho might wash away our sins in tho blood of tho cross. What n woncargoes in safety again. And tho land derful exhibition of lovo Christ dying yields as ever broad fields of grain, and for us that Ho might savo us from Bin, foundries and factories bum with the even when wo woro His enemies. Such cheerful voice of industry, while mines an exhibition of lovo should havo but teem with hardy men who tos9 up great ono effect iiH)u us. Wo should lovo treasuries to the surface. No need of Him because Ho first loved us and died for ue. fear; no cause for suffering. 2. Tho wonderful lovo of Christ Our land is a free and prosperous one. (John xv, 0), "As tho Father Our clime a peaceful and healthful, ay, iintli loveu Me, so havo 1 loved you." fruitful clime. Ourspecio plentiful and Wo all know how great tho Father's replenishing, backed by a government lovo was toward tho Son. Ho twice which is indestructible; a government spoko of Him as His "beloved Son." that grows stronger with age, more lib- Ho gave nil things into His baud. Ho eral with power and more prosperous sent His angels to succor and comfort with the grand achievements of our pe- Him in His hour of need. And whou " iWUi'iJi His opleNorth, South, East and West. Ho mission upon curth was fulfilled took Him homo to dwell with Him There Bhould be no such thing as "Hard forever. Tho earthly parent's lovo for Times" in this country where there is his child ia great, but intinitoly greater no such thing as as scarcity. But there was God'B lovo for His only begotten are evils great and glaring against Sou. But Christ says tho Father's lovo which there is no cry, or only the feeble for Him defines His lovo for us. How cry of timidity. And, oomo day, the great thcrcforo must bo His lovo for us ! people will riao up in their might and And in proportion to tho greatness of His lovo ought wo to lovo Him. wipe these away. After January i. 1894, we will be located in the room around the Long ago Tho woudorful lovo of Christ t No they would havo beou re Inngnngo is sweeter nnd dearer to tho Farmers Bank & Trust Co., and will be prepared to carry on moved if people would reflect that vot- truo Christian. Ho loved us, and ing is more than a privilege a duty of His lovo Ho died for us; He which should be diBcharsed conscien- preserved ns from ovil ; Ho sanctifies our First-Cla- ss tiously. There lies the remedy. The livos; Ho saves us in eternity. Oh, wondrous lore to bleed and dlo. nineteenth century will go down in hisAnd bear tho cross and shnmo, tory as the most extravagant period since That guilty sinners such as I Might brvatho his holy name. the discovery of the New World. Moro ,. A L4 kJ.11s aaV4W A f " m1 A M s4 Biblo Readings S. of Sol. ii, 4 ; ir, 8, wealth is expended in costly monuments, Math, xriii, princely palaces, showy towers and edi 0; viii, 7; Prow viti, 17; Luko xix, 10; xxii, 82; John xi, fices, and fortunes in dresses, and feasts 6, 80;xiii, 1, 23, 84;xvi, 7; Rom.v, 8; and single entertainments equal to II Cor. v, 14; Gal. ii, 20; Eph. v, 2, princes' ransoms, than any preceding 25; Phil, iii, 10; Hob. vii, 25; xii, 0; And get- period has ever known. The classes are I John iii, 10. annually becoming more widely severed Salvation Conquers Sin. and it is not well for tho country nor Victory over sin is possible only for prosterity. All human plans of Before Buying. This is a reciprocal country. Tho through Christ. to reach tho citadel of reformation fail mechanic constructs and builds, and the ein's power over men. Christ enters agriculturist produces; and mechanics tho citadel nnd expels tho usurpers and and capitalits consume the farmers' sur- delivers tho enptivo. By His utoncmont plus. But it is not only tho surplus He communication with God's that he must market to meet the needs throne, inspiring hopo and securing parof his family, and laborers, and the in- don and peace. By His sympathy Ho terest on his debts. Ilia homo id too reaches tho heart and inspires courage every and gives faith. By His lifo Ho emgenerally without comforts powers tho soul to shako off Bin's fetlaborer's home ia and the children are ters and walk out of captivity as n son shorn of advantages that would lift them of God. All tho forces of God nro from ignorance and misery, and make of tnarshnled by Christ togivo victory over them a better class of citizens. The vast sin to tho humblest believer. Wo need jcSsaKi riches that, piled up in useless marble, them just as much as wo need God's and in n thousand ways expended alone forces in nature to securo tho harvest for display, would improve the homes of or to sustain our lives. There is no chnnco for victory over sin without tho Can furnish you with a useful or ornamental present ior Christmas for the poor; would enlarge and improve salvation offered so freely unto us by hospitals; would build up schools and a very small outly of money. You should see his handsome "'-line of educate children that are growiug up in Jesus Christ in tho gospel. Christian Intelligencer. r hardships and ignorance. The difference that separates wealth American Missionary Association. Tho work of tho American Missionand poverty ia daily grcwing more wide and terrible. And this is a democratic ary association has always had tho support of women in contributions country. But it is fast establishing an from individuals and mission circles aristocracy. And our children's children of overy nuino. many othe things in that line. He can also please the must reap tho evil. Keep the poor man Easles and Forty stato organizations nro now in in ignorance and he votes ruinous conwith tho American Mismost fastidious with sequences on Himself and his landlord; sionary association and havo sunt conmake him intelligent and he sees the tributions to this treasury during tho evil (and may avoid it. If he still con- year of $10,201.00. Other societies of tinues to have a voice in elections and ladies nnd young people havo contribspemeasures, make him intelligent by all uted $3,170.40. In respouso to n Sideboard or any piece of furniture you can name. Call and see means. His posterity must mingle, as cial appeal, $1,413.48 was contributed A toward reducing tho dobt. Valuablo now, with the posterity of the richer help has also been given in renowing him before you buy your Xmas goods. clfl83 tho furnishing for boarding halls and It is well for the land that there aro mission homes. Christian at Work. millionaires not such as Jay Gould was but such as Vanderbilt, Kockefeller, Number of Endeavor Societies. Armour and others, whoso magnanimity Now York is nt tho hoad with 2,085 reach from shore to shore of whose societies, Pennsylvania is a good second wealth there are thousands of beneficia- with 2,028, Illinois third with 1,822, ries. Schools and charitable institutions Ohio fourth with 1,700, Iowa fifth with are established and maintained by them. 1,180, whilo Massachusetts and Indiana aro but little in tho rear of tho lino. No grander monuments to their noble In Canada aro found 1,882 aocioties. generosity could tbey build, none more Ontario leads with 1,073, Nova Scotia J. M. HUBBARD, A.M., President. ot has 803, Manitoba 04, New BrunsTho acquirement imporishable. 5U1 1893. is laudable and praiaworthy wick 80, and so on through tho Dominwealth when laudably gained and its power ion. Normal School tescheri. Superior courses In Literature, Muilc sac Full corps of CouierTStary and In tho southern states Maryland, Tennobly used. But the waste and extravArl. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. nessee and Texas each have over 200 soagance is irrepairably harmful. True cieties; Georgia, and West that extravagant expenditures put Virginia ovor 100 Florida Virginia nnd each. great amounts in circulation and in- North and South Carolina follow very creases employment. But it could so tlosely. much better bo expended in channels Bong. We are now receiving our winter goods that would circulate it as widely and do not, try ours. If you My lover ' late bus golden string tho whole more beneficially throughodt Bright as the sunlight la the air; such as country, if only the desire for vain disMr lover touches them, and singe Ills happy muslo everywhere. play would give place to the noble deMy lover's eyes see very far. sire to live in the hearts of men and Through the great tolling In the street. govern and round up a useful life with Carolina Rice, Foerster Cakes and Crackers, (Hudnut's,) To where the sea and mountains are, charity. And all the land lies still and sweet. These things lay nearer to the editor My lover's lips are very kind; than the pulpit; the press reaches the lie smiles on all who pass him byt a And all who pass him leave behind that P. J. and Imported Maccaroni. Nice Assortment of Candies, Fruits multitudes of the never bearthe sermon. greatest A grceUng, with a smile or sigh. press is The power and Nuts. L. M. Laslky. power in the land. My lover's heart ah, nono may say How tenderly it beats for me; And If I took my lovo awny. Another bankruptcy bill will be How silent all his song would be. Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries J pretented to Congress. New York Independent loliteyPresents. James Frye's GREAT LARGEST STOCK HOLIBAT SAILM) WILL BEGIN Thursday, Dee. 21, '93. I will move into my new store house about Jan. ist, and in order to reduce my stock, I will sell on Thursday, Dec. 21st, any thing in my entire stock of goods at such a sacrifice as was never known. I mention some of the articles below, I can not mention them all for want of space, and if you do not find what you want named here, be assured that every thing is included. Remember the day for these prices arc for this day only. Also the terms arc GreatestYariety LOWEST PRICES! ZFZEjsTifcq-- y. to-da- y, Cash, : Positively : Cash. To one and all. Not a cent will be charged to any one on this day. I have made arrangements with a Cloak Manufacturer to furnish me a big line of Ladies', Misses and chfldrens' cloaks and capes of the latest styles for less money than the raw material cost. They will be here on that day only. LOOK ST THESE PRICES. Four pounds soda 25c, 20 pounds granulated sugar $i, Arbucklcs best rrccn cofiee nic. I r.nn? tnm.irnfvt nr rnrn "tc 1 rtnimrt yellow preserve peaches I2j4c, California apricots 15c, all calicos hoosicr cotton shirting, extra heavy. brown cotton T .. t a nil rlr mV w;.v., .in ureas goous at ju 10 50 per cent, reduction, 3 jiaiua, pieces of all wool dress goods at 25c, reduced from 75c. A line of ladies' shoes for $1, reduced from $2, 3 and 4. Hig reduction in every pair of shoes in my house, mens' womens boys' and childrens'. The kinds and prices arc too numerous to mention. I will sell you mens' and bovs' boots on this dav for less mnnnv tiinn ?r rnur tn m.itc llmm. If you want a suit of clothes or an overcoat this is the place and the day to buy. They will be sold for less money than you ever bought them. On this day I will take measures for tailor made suits at 10 percent, discount. Remember the day THURSDAY, DEC. 21 remember the terms arc positively cash, no charge to be made to anybody. I do not try to conceal the fact that the above prices arc below cost. I prefer to sell the goods rather than move them. Remember a sale made on this day is conclusive, no exchange made afterward or goods taken back. Most Respectfully, Coffee 25C do-fm- ed "Going to fltafe." MOVING, 4c, ui, 1 1 1 4, 1 a. 6c, a DONE MOVED. Grocery Business. V " bo-cau- so A JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. OULY TEXT CENTS EXTRA. To every person sending us the amount of one yearly subscription to the Interior Journal, together with ten cents extra, we will send free a copy of The World Almanac for 1S94. Single copies may be ordered at the Interior Journal office for 25 cents. 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