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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893121901 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r$f Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXI. LONDON, LAUREL UOUNTV. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY". Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 19. 1893. nnd Borne error In this statement. Judge Burton undoubtedly received the n rail at Lancator, sent to hlrn by express, and there was a certificate attached to it Bhowing it to have boon spilt by Sir. Lincoln; but there was no mou that attomDted to takn ft hv tnmn from tho express messenger of which thero is any knowledge hero. The rail waa not used at any political gatherings, nnd it was tloubtles sent away by Its owner not long after in arrival. Sir. Lincoln received only about a dozen votes In Garrard county in his first race. Judge Burton being one of that number, and an elector on the Lincoln ticket. No attompt was made to prevent those who choso to voto for Sir. Lincoln from do Ing so. Judge Burton was an originnl Emancipationist and figured prominently as an man. Ho was a flno lawyer, a man of culture and was appointed minister to Bogoty by President Lincoln, and waa afterwards secretary of tho San Domingo Oommisiion under Gen. Grant. Ho waa burled in tho cemetery at Lancaster and his grave is marked by a monument upon which is this inscription, placed thero at his apeclal request: "I know not whonce I come or whither I go. All that I know is that I am." Lin-coianti-slavery NO. 84 MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Vj- - Sunday afternoon the children composing tho "Loyal Loaguo" marched from tho .Methodist to the Presbyterian church with drums nnd Hags, whoro .Miss Francis Qiriflin, of Alabama, delivered a temperance lecture. Col.T. Z. .Morrow, circuit judge, was in our city Saturday, looking as spry as an boy. He was on a visit to his brothcr-Indaw- , Col. W. O. Brad-leHis many friends wish him many years of good health and prosperity. Mr. George Palmer has finished taking the list of tsxablo property in tho town nnd tho name after supervision shows tho value of that owned by whites to bo 5(518,111 and by colored $13,115. An interesting case for the Btudent This together with the two banks makes CRAB 0RCHAR0. ol tho ways of a woman's heart to pontho total value one million dollars. W. O. Hatchings has moved into the der Is that of an Oakland, Cal., women. Dr. Robert Uurnside, of Barbour-villis the guest of his grandfather, home of Sirs. Eva Ward. Sir. Ramsey who, a few months ago, brought suit for 'cuiro Kinnard. Misses Carrio Weot has moved Into tho Stuart property op divorce, shot her husband in her jealous and Lizzie Simpson have gone to Rich- posite ttio college. Ho will engage in rage whilo tho caso was pending, nursed him through tha illness that ensued, fell mond to spend tho winter with relatives. the livery business. Our stores aro full of nice things for in lovo with him all over again, and Is POETIC AND OTHER GEMS. Win. Best was hero last week. Ho now lives in Lexington, having rented out his Xmas, and tho little urchin stands with now living with him, happy as a dove. UY K. T. SMITH, LOUISA, VA. Tho husband of Mrs. Dave Adler, farm at Paint Lick. Sir. O. S. Horring, hands in empty pockets, while his eves speak whole chapters. Ho wishes for a of Brighton, Iowa, is ono man who no An IncoMlt'.ent Prohibitionist. of Louisville, is in town. Despite the bad weather and hard thousand tongue, and as many nickels. doubt thinks that marriage is a failure. Sh it I'allai hD iho UUi, She U Juno rhta ihc walkt. Tino Buchanan was again placed in He and his wife had bad a quarrel a fow times, there la n groat deal of building An J iwteNr U thr- thn Vmui all (he time, tho Stanford jail for buying whisky for momenta before he went to the well to going on, and houses for rent aro in A oj when the mounti PtyMut, There aro twelve foreign car- minors. It is said that Tino was not tho get some water. Sirs. Adler saw him 'Tli laid thai h, "tic Jnui,'' penters here, beaido tho regular resident only negro guilty of this offonse, and it loaning ovor tho well and creeping up Can beat Kralo, eaillf, at a thjrnt. ones, and all nre kept busy. Lancaster is to be hoped tho others will soon bo behind him, gave him a ehovo which nut ht gcti ''upon her ear" is not on a boom, bat alio la coming to keeping company with him in his pres- landed him at tho bottom some 40 feet whuVy, win tod beer, About below. There was not sufficient water And all the other drlnki that ttlmulate iUd the front gradually. Tho promotora of ent quarters. cheer; Prof. S. D. Willis has had an attack to drown him and alio began to throw the water works and electric light plant And the man who tht uica of grip. Sirs. Dr. Lasloy is suffering heavy rocke In on him. This did not aro not asleep, but will bring tho quesShe detpUea and abutrt, And lo hla addteex (he tweatt abe'll never tion up in the spring, and push the mat-t- f from thosmo disease at W. T. Stephen-Bon'- shut his wind off and she got a shot gun Sirs. Chris Hutchinson has been and fired a volley of bird shot at him. hear. r to completion. Tho remains of Mfss Almyra Baker, quite sick with heart trouble. Sirs. His head and shoulders were filled, but Vet it itemi to ttrange ahe lanli Against three lnioiicanti, daughter of Capt. Abner Baker, who Ross ia spending a short time in Paris still he lived. Sirs. Adler believing ho For ihe'll rave and rant in true prohibition itjle, died in this place many years ago, wero with relatives. Sirs. Laura Slooro has was proof against peril, left the place When her captivating wllei, brought to Lancaster from Carlinville, returned, from a pleasant visit to Dan- Bnd gave him a chanco to starve. A And her fatclnatlng amilet, .Miss Lizzie Gonuley is crocheting neighbor passed by and heard Adler's I nd., Saturday Inst and interred in the ville. Intoilcatc me todeliilum all the while. family lot in the cemetery Sunday at 1:30 sotno of tho loveliest ico wool fascinators cry and drew him up more dead than vo. How Cleveland Filled the Cook With Co- p. m. There wero appropriate services we over saw. She ia most reasonable in nsternation, her churges. TiikSociicty EvNT.-- On at tho residenco of .Mr. and .Mrs. W. 0. next ThursTho "rising" of the rolls or "lightbroad," Kignoy, by Itov. J. It. Tercy. fiho waB a Wo understand that our refusal to day night, Dec. 21 Mies .Marguerite Dar-v- il, na it is called in Virginia, Alls the minds consistent member of the Presbyterian sign the petition to keep Curtis Gover Sidnoy Hughes nnd company will of housekeepers with more misery than church and was by all who out of license to sell whisky has been a appear at Walton'j Opera Houbo, preany other caro connected with tho do- knew her. She passed tho principal surprise to many. Wo aro surprised senting that laughable farce entitled "A On extra oc part of her life in Lancastrr and leaves too, for in tho temperance work that has Bright Idea." Those well known mestic arrangements. to casions, when company is expected, the many relatives and friends hero to been done by two or three hnr fnr an the amusement Booking public, who will ngony of the good housekeeper is long, wo had no Idea thero wero so appear, are Slisa Darvil, the sweetest sinmourn her loss. uutil tho Rubicon of rising is Sloru than two months have passed many friends to tho cause. Where havo ger and most graceful dancer in America; paaned. since tho repeal of tho Sherman silver they been ? Where were they all, for Sidney Hughes, tho bright young actor, Tho day aftortho election of Cleveland bill, and yet tho financial panic has not instance, nt tho last work done" hero for famous as tho "droll comedian," and , Va., tho boys in tho village of L abated. With 60,000 men out of employ- temperance, where tho supper proceeds who creates a continuous laugh during upon invitation, repaired to tho hospi- ment in tho single city of Ohicngo, what only amounted to 2 35? Why have the entire performance. There aro the , to must bo tho table residence of Winston M condition of affairs in tho tkey not strained every nerve to help In Ravey SJsters from tho Alhumbrn Theacelebrate tho event and to recuperate nation generally? At Jacksonville, the work begun, oven when an encour- tre, London, who will bo seen in tho f from the vigils of tho past night in watch- Ohio, hundreds of families hnvu nothing aging word would have worked a mighty serpentine and other dances, Noring the election returns. Tho rarity of to eat, and aro on the point of starvation. miracle. Surely a little leaven is needed ton k Grtbbins, a team of mirth provoktho occasion the election of n demo- Twenty thousand working men nre now to leaveu tho lump, and this leaven has ers and terpsichorenn artists equal to tho cratic president was of itxolf n suillcient idle in Kokomo, Anderson, Xoblesville, gotten in its work lately to such tin ex- best, an unlimited number of other good palliation for n alight deviation from Gus City, and other places In Indiana. tent that thero is a terrible upheaval in thing to amuse and intertain. If you principles, and tho There aro 1,000 unemployed men in our midst, and has augmented tho tern miss tills company on Thursday night Htrict prohibition kept a supply Springfield, Ohio, while in thu great pernnce army from twoor three wounded you will bntoyounself forever afterwards. boyH kuew that Mr. SI m of tho menus for deviation on hnnd. West, tho destitution is said to bo soldiers to n regiment. Wo hope to see A llut car costs about $380, a flat botwas an old bachelor, and the Sir. SI much work done now for tho cause, and (nnd with no signs of relief. To domestic nrrangementH of hishouau were a millionaire or a meinour of congress, inaiiuu good brother and sister who tom coal car $475, a gondola drop bottom attended to by old Aunt bailie, his col- who ifl drawing n $5,000 Hilary, this des were so fearful wo had fallen from graco, $500, a double hopper bottom coal car ored cook. Wliilo tho boys wero dis- titution and frightful condition of affairs that it was doomed necessary to have $325, a doublu hopper bottom coke car cussing the election returns Aunt Sallio amounts to but little, for they know our pastor preach a sermon for our ben- $310, a box car $000, a stock car $550, a busied herself arranging tho table and nothing nnd caro less of tho su fieri ni: efit last Sunday night, will como out nnd fruit car (ventilated) $700, and a refrig bringiug in tho refreshments. As she that is to bo endured by tho poor during assist in tho next temperance work, erator car $S00. A four wheeled caboose placed tho augar dish on tho tnblo, one tho winter, upon which wu havo just shoulder to shoulder. If they will pur- costs $550 nnd an one $700 of tho boyB noticed that her face wore a ontored. They may say that it iu not sue a systematic plan, banish tho aaio of Tho prices given on the above cars invery lugubrious expression, so he said to their duty to furnish employment, or whisky from tho bars on each side of clude power brakes and vertical plane her: "Hello Aunt Sallio, whot's the provide for tho necessities of tho poor. Govor'a, wo will show them whether or couplers. A 50 foot mail and baggage matter with you? You do not seem to Possibly not; but it would eeeiu to bo not wo "have sold our vote," or are car costs $3,500, a second class coach a first class coach $5,500, whilo a first be pleased at tho election of Cleveland." within tho bounds of reason to suppoEo wanting in loyalty to temperance. We do 'lection that a congress that could voto millions had good reasons for whut wo did, nud class Pullman car costs $15,000. "I nin' stud'dia' uuttin' 'bout ob Cloveliiu' hunny," replied Aunt Sal- of tho people's money to be expended in the "they says" may keep on saying. A is one where lio. "Wat's boddrin'mo Is, I'so 'frald tho World's Fair, to which nono but With a clear conscience wo aro still for tho gross receipts aro $40,000 and upMara Wins'on gwlnetor 'vito him here those In good circumstances could gain temperance, and temperate people. wards, a second-clas- s office is where the an' my admission, nnd which will soon bo fortoBappor receipts aro $S,000 and up.to $40,000; a DANVILLE. gotten, could certainly develop enough Bin' riil" third-claoffice is one where the re(Advocate.) statesmanship to devise Bomo menus for on the Poets. Another Slam ceipts are $1,000 up to $S,000. All other Elizabeth, Infant daughter of Sir. Little Julia accompanied her aunt to the relief of tho people beyond the re- and Slra. offices are fourth-clasBefore an ofiico A. S. Drake, died of brochitis. peal of tho silver bill. nee tho poet, Mr. Longhair. The aunt can have a free delivery, tho receipts Tho National Tribune of Dec. 14th Tho funeral services were held at Sir. J. must bo $10,000 or was to request Mr. Longhair to compose more, or the popula Bays thore is now on exhibition among L. Bruco's. eoine verses on Julia's approaching birthHenry T. Kincaid, aged 23, a brother tion must bo 10,000 or more. day, and to read them at the birthday thousands of other relics at the house of a newspaper corresponThe prohibition people in Providence party. Mr. Longhair, liko all poets, was opposite Ford's Theatre, in Washington, dent, Charles E. Kincnid, died after a are "raising sand." They now want saD.O., a rail split by Abraham Lincoln, obliging, but remarked to the auut, very In 1830, which in I860 was Bent by J. II. short illness of typhoid fever. loons operated there. They say that as she was leaving , "Pootn noscltur non The Hogsett Acadomy l team they have found out at last that prohiHanka to R. J. Oglesby, and by him to fit,' and poems, madam, are tho same, Judge Allan A. Burton, at Lancaster, defeated the Lexington Stars Saturday bition does not prohibit, and they prefer born, not made." When Julia returned Ky. The statement is made that "there by a Bcore of 28 to 0. Touch downs were open saloons to the numerous blind tiher mother uked her if Mr. Longhair is a story that when it was on its way to made by Fox, Davis and VanWinkle and gers that are being run in their town. would como. "No, ma'am," said Julia, him the oxpress wagon in which it was Halo kicked goal four times. They are anxious to try the high license "ho says poets are nasty and ain't fit!" being carried was attacked by some plan of handling tho liquor traffic. Bob Ingersoll recently was talking Southern sympathizers who intended to Hopkinsville New Era. ROUTE. QUEEN & CRESCENT m e burn tho rail. However, Borne of Judge with an old colored woman in Washing religious matters. "Do you "Johnny," said the neighbor, "has Goln North traini pais Junction City at fol- Burton's friends came to its rescue and ton upon Veitibule auru 6 a. m. lows: really believe, auntie," said he, "that your father joined the church yet?" P. "J. Florida persuaded the mob to allow it to be deLimited j p. m. Local people aro mado of dust?" "Yes, Bah; "No'm." owner, in whose 11:35 P. m. Florida livered to its propar the Bible says dey is, and I believes." "He's going to, isn't lie?" Local i:ai p. m. family It remained until 183S, when it Limited 11 p m. Veitibule arrive 8:40 p. m, "But what ia done in wet weather, when Yes'ni. But I think he's puttin it off was added to this collection. It is of e e until after the next show comes to town. black locust, a romarkably durable wood there's nothing but mud?" "Den I Druggist W but did the man want! Washington Slar. they mako infidels and sich truck," He wanted something for the and figured conspicuously in meetings Clnrk The cost of thd world's wars since held iu Kentucky to ratify the 15th ConYou occasionally hear of the man who grip. the Crimean war has been f 13,265,000, stitutional Amendment and was a prom- takes a defeat Druggist What did you give him? You also 000, or enough to give a e Clerk Don't know; didn't look! Et- inent object at republican gatherings hear of fairies and ghosts, hut did you to every man, woman and child on during the war." There Is Borne truth ever see one? Atchisou Globe. the globe. erything is good for the grip. overy owner on Main street should follow. Tho colored M. K. church held a conferenco hero last week and the mem bera preached soveral interesting sermons at tho Preachers wero here from all over tho Stato. Tho numerous republican candidates for sheriff nro beginning to hustlo around to see what tho people think of them this soon and are pulling tho boys around just tho same as if n red hot primary was on hand. Lurel county has 5,600 whito pu plls nnd --01 colored In their common schools. There aro 83 whito nnd three colored teachera, 45 of theso teachors having firstcliiM certificates. Thoamount of money paid to these teachera will bo $10,1551 OS. If it wasn't for tho pension era, col minora and school teachers, I don't know what would become of Laurel county. court-houB17-ye- Col. Alux Holtou sent Him writer a Garrard College will close for tho blrlli dny presont Sunday, a wild turkey holidays Friday. gobbler weighing 20 pouuds. Monday being n legal holiday, Judge Fox Hunter J. It. Hnrdin caught uoblnson will hold tho county court on two gray foxes on Friday with his fast Tuesday. Tho now mayor and councilmen will hounds nnd challenges the Stato to beat go Into olllce the first of January, when thorn. Craig Grngg is again in London jail, thoy will appoint a city nttornoy, assets-o- r this timo ou n charge of robbery. Hois and marshal. accused of robbing n drunken, half wilTho Presbyterian Sunday - school will gtvonn ontortainmont at tho church ted citizen of Pittsburgh. V, 11, Catching hns had soverat nice next Monday evening, consisting of shndo trees planted in front of the Catch- Bongs anil recitations. All nro Invited ing Block this week, an example that to attend. y. Sliss Bessio Nowman, of Louisvillo, who has attended hops here frequently, will marry Sir. John Crutcher, of Chicago, nftor tho holidays. A young Stanford clerk, who is a regular will tnko unto himself a wife before the new year grows a month old. Tho young lady In this caso Is a lovely brunette of Crab Orchard. Squire Sam Logsdon, of Carter county, has just married his fourth wife in 10 yoars. He got divorces from the other three, all of whom livo In the neighborhood, and with all of whom he is on friendly terms. Commander Whiting, a 50 year old gallant of Uncle Sam's navy, has just marriod Slisi Etta Ah Fong, a old Chinese beauty of Honolulu, and brought her to this country. Her father Is a many millionaire. Tho Pineville Messenger says thero aro Indications that a reconciliation will ho brought about between Judge Short and Grant North, and that he may yet get IiIb bride. Ho has been granted an intorvlew with her and It is said that the judge's heart ia softening toward his lieart-amashcr, "Going to (Dove." MOVING, DONE MOVED. After January i. 1894, we will be located in the room around the Farmers Bank & Trust Co., and will be prepared to carry on nr A First-Gla- ss Grocery Business. Your are cordially invited to Come in and inspect OUR NEW GOODS, And get Before Buying. son-in-la- e, OUR NEW PRICES, W. H. WEAREN & CO. - do-min- d. Holiday Presents. s. LEGESTSTOCK Greatest Variety LOWEST iREJjsrnsrx-IS ALMOST HERE. PRICES! wide-sprea- d, Merry Christmas As usual, is eight-wheele- d I $4,-8- 00, ready for it with the biggest line of first-cla- ss post-ofiic- e light-brea- d Toys, Dolls, Fruits, Candies, ss s. well-know- n Ever brought to Stanford. His store is a regular Emporium for Xmas goods and the best part about it is he is selling them 10 per cent." lower than anybody. Come in and examine. A visit will convince you that he is the man to buy your Christmas supplies from. "For Oysters, Celery and the like he is headquarters. k A foot-bal- MEALS SERVED TO ORDER. H. ZIMMIR. lilue-Gra- u Vet-tlbu- ie Ll8outh-A$.brVoit- lbuI B)ue-Gra- it b's-pe- (iys U Kcceivinr His cs good-naturedl- ten-doll- gold-piec- FALL : AND: WINTER : GOODS. call. 1 Goods Warranted and a Tcrlect Fit Guaranteed; Give me &mm aaiaz EglfSlE II, :.',.!& Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal HINTS FOE HOLIDAYS. VJU3 PubliaUed Every Tuoaday and Friday $3 aj-Wk- I?JCR Alt rN" ADVANClii $2.60 will be charged AT HOW AFFECTIONATE FINGERS MAY MAKE CHRISTMAS GIFTS. eu not 10 paid K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Articles Easily 'Wrought at Homo by Clever Uamls Pretty Things For Uso nntl Ornament For Iloth Soxes A Hint to Those Who Iluy. lOopyrlght, 1K0, by American Press tion. Associa- lr IV Tho holidaj'8 aro again tlrawinpr near. And tho usual ploasnnt inystery ami pm it1131 pm ngrecablo nnxlcty refrnrding tho contents Matt train going Norths South of tho Christmas stocking aro beginning " Express train" South.. it s Pm to bo felt. There ia bucIi a variety of North.., ..3 J 9jS am Btocklnga awaiting contributions Not L (! fraleht North... ..307 pm merely bought presents, but gifts enThe latter train alio carry panenf en. deared by tho nffectionnto fingers that The above ii calculated on ttandard time. Solar havo labored over them. These havo smelt about aominutei fatter, tho valuo of association, even when they QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. aro otherwiso worthless, but if they have a uso 03 woll as n sentiment so much pats Junction City as followt : IJTrains tho bettor. Tho articles mentioned beHSouth. bound. No. 1., Vestibule Limited, n. $0 b. ra.; No. i , Chicago Limited, a.55 a. ra.; No. 5., low havo been selected for description as Now Urleani Express, 111) a. m. ; No. 7., Local, being oasily mado at homo by clever 11.11 p.m.; No. 0., Blue Graia Vestibule, 8.40 p. hands and likely to bo welcome to tho M.l NortiToound'. -- No. , Limited. 6.48 person who receives thorn. Chicap. m. ; No. 4., Fait Mail, .$3 p. m.; No. 6., Silk baby socks aro one of tho prettiest go Limited, 1.17 a. ra., No. 8., Local, a.55 a. in.; No. 10, Blue Grasi Special, 6 a. m. gifts that can bo sent to a family that possesses a baby to wear them. Choose palo bluo knitting silk and crochet in afghan stitch a strip an inch and a half wido and 2 inches long for tho top of tho foot. at tho corner, crochet I Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning stt i'.ta p. m. L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. W. G I YENS pieces of ivory celluloid 8 inches square. Cut ono of them in four diagonally, and cut tho squaro and tho four triangles in SAM B WARNACK, Pror. , scallops around the etlgo, making n In each scallop. Tho square bag FMAN London, - - KENTUCKY. containing tho lavender (lowers must be of lavender colored chirm silk, tho right Is a candidate for Jalltr, subject to the action of l? Refitted and refurnuhed and in every way your to attend tho wants of the public. Ratei Bbto to fit just insido tho Bcallops when it tho Democratic party. He would appreciate voto. very reasonable is laid on tho square of celluloid. tho triangular quarters of tho cut JOHN M. JOHNSON D. S. 6quaro over tho bag and fasten tho whole Us Candidate for Alienor of Lincoln 'county At the thing together around tho edgo and subject to the actloc. ol the Democratic party. old stand ol J. 1. Green, in across tho face with baby ribbon n shade deeper than 5ho luig, laced in and out of Hustonvlllo, - - Kentucky, A. GIYENS tho perforations in tho celluloid. Tie Would be clad to lee his numerous friends and Is a Candidate for SherlA of Lincoln county, sub- thow them his itock of goods coninting ol Furniture. SaJdlery, Hardware, lluggloand firming ject to the action of the Democratic party. JAMES THE OLD JACKSON HOUSE, j-m FOB. S AZiX ! My two forms, adjoining. Very netr Klngt-vil- li station. One or litter of Iheni. One a little uttr 01 acrsa, the other it acres. All highly improved with good residences birns, Vc. -- all and tee them. i,oik young bearing Iruit trees, applts and prachet on the qi acre larm. Old age and It.finmt'tt my reason for want tng to sell. All unincumbered. D. cg jwr-forati- d Ar-ran- M.CREIOHTON. 75-- tf Kingivllle, Ky. CARPENTER, Dr33-Mal;lr-- g well-know- n J. MRS. COREY SAUNDERS, i i Implements. Give him a call. 47t U ha candidate for Jailer, lubjeet tile democra'ic party. Ms li it the democracy. a Candidate for v A. S. PRICE. SURGEON DENTIST. Office ovtr McRoberti Drug Store in the ne Owslty Building, Stanford. lo.tho action of Of Cincinnati, hailncMcd in Stanford fcr the purpose of conducting a Dresi Making Kttsb. llshmtnt. Shell fully conversant with all the styles and In cutting uses the French tailor System. She can b found at Mrs. Wm. Rlce'i en Lower Main Street, where the wl be glad to have the ladies cation her. 1 77-i- m F. ELKIN, Attestor, subject to the actioa, JTO THE XiADZES. JNO. BRIGHT It a Candidate for Alienor, subject to tne action of the Democratic party. 1ICT, Having secured the trvict ol Mist Mattie Allen from Cincinnati at Trimmer for this tcanuo, I cordially Invite the ladlri to Inspect a carefully selected stock ot Millincrr prices to suit FED AND SALS 1I.ELI, times, The ladles are Inv.tedat to see my nice, the ew line ul Stamped Linen and Embroidery Material M1SSLICC1E HKAZl.KV, At John Buchanan's stable In Crab Orchard, K t. SUnford, Ky. .CRAB ORCHARD E. D. KENNEDY. LAVENTJER SACHET. dec-ora- to J. W. RAMSEY, Fro'r., Who will at all times be glad to accommodate with good rigs at reasonable ratei. all tmJjm MsoJateJy the ends of tho ribbon in bows and tho four triangles with a simple design of violets painted In woter colors. Beautiful ribbons aro being cold at a low price this season, and a ribbon cushion is extremely pretty. If it is to be will plain stitch 20 inches square,2 itinch requiro ten 20 ribbon, five of around both sides inch strips of and ono end of tho ono color and fivo of another gold and strip, and then olivo for example. Stitch them together Is a candidate for reelection to the office of Attestor, of Lincoln County, subject to action of tne democratic party. it THP P.O. MILLINERY. C"ll at the post-offic- e W. H. MILLER. I J. H. SOWDER. room and tee the l.KR & SOWDER, -:- Largest and Best Soloctod Stock Of Millinery In town. bound to plcaso you. 10 Is a candidate for jailer, subjectto the action ol the democracy. JO E ; REAL STANFORD, - ESTATE - KENTUCKY. Thtgoo.lt and price! ire MRS. P. T COURTS. Is a candidate for jailer, subject to the action of the old JciTersonlan democracy. Doalors and Brokers, - kKawdep 1 Pure by double stitches at the two front 100 Wall St.. New York. corners. Do this nntil the sock is largo enough to cover tho foot. chest protector, and then turn it JELLICO, TENNESSEE, wrong side out, and folding it length-wiscrochet together tho two edges Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. along tho bottom of tho sock. Break off tho silk, and turning tho sock right side The belt hotel In tne city and the only one with out crochet around tho anklo opening pie room for drummers Etpecia attention tarn to the traveling public. Ratei $j. ono row, putting tho thread over, and then continue the leg with plain stitch, finishing the top with a row of shells. Run palo bluo baby ribbon through tho open row around tho ankle, tying it in a t will open on January 16th, 1S9J. a Dairy, Irom which I can tupply any quantity of bow in front, and perf umo tho socks by Jersey milk to the people of Stanford and Row. letting them lie in a sachet nntil they aro land at the following prices, delivered: presented. .... Fresh Milk, per gallon -- ...so cents A chest protector to wear with evenSkimmed Milk, pir gallon 10 cont ing dress is on excellent thing to givo a . .. ,. 8 cent Butter Milk, per gallon man. It should bo rather over a foot twill make two trips dally. The patronage oi the long and 10 or 11 inches wido when it is public is solicited. J G. A. PE VTO N, Stanford. K finished. Mako tho outsido of black sati yr, in and lino it with quilted whito china silk, with a chamois interlining. Tho band to go around tho collar is of white JU B. BILEY, Proprietor, silk stiffened with cambrio and is sowed Kentucky. on tho left side of tho neck. Just inside 'London, tho free end, which must taper slightly, I have moved to my new Hotel .and am bettei fasten a bit of corset Bteel 2 inches long 'prepared than ever to accommodate the public that it may pass easily through tho Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me a call. buckle, or uso tho piece of steel in an old FRANK RILEV. 77 madeup neck scarf. Tho whito metal bucklo is sowed on tho insido of the chest protector, closo to tho right hand corner, and tho recipient's initials are embroidered on tho lining. Allpertoni having claims against the citato of Another present for a man is a pair of D. G. Slauh er, dee'd, will file the same properly certiCod to and prOsen with me by an. 1, '04. striped silk wribtlots. Knit them of two Any one knowing himself to be indebud to the shades of knitting silk, with a broad rib, Immediately. citate will call and settle BRONAUGH, Admr., and mako them double, with tho joining R. H. Crab Orchard, Ny around tho middle of tho inside. Select 79 im his favorite racing colors, or thoso of his college or club, and let tho stripes bo JOHNSON'S MAGNETIC OILl half an inch wido. Press tho wristlets Instant Killerol Pain. with a warm iron when they aro finished. Internal and External. Or mako him a newspajwr holder, RHEUMATISM. NEDltAL Circs GIA, Lauio Hack, Hpralnn, Ilrulf bt. whero ho may tuck his paper out of tho Hwelllni:i, Btiff Joints, C0L1U nnd reach of destruction. It will require a UKA31i' lUHimuy. Higest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. ROYAI.BAKINGJPOWDER CO., der. A cream of tarter baking pow- all the wny around, widening niako a chain long enough to go around the ankle, for tho beginning of tho heel. Join this on whero tho plain row began, and crochet plain Th.3 Tloranoa Hotel, o on tho machino iu nltcrnato stripes, not Office Interior Journal llulldina;. K v ON, in a seam, but by lapping tho edges and WA aANFORD, KY., keeping as closo to tho margin as pos- Is a candidate for the offlceof Counsible. Pres3 tho ribbon 6quaro on the ty Judge; subject to tho action of democratic par- wrong side with a worm iron before tyj i. Fine lilue Grass Farm ol an!, acres on pike snd finely imprtvcu. Bowing it to tho other half of tho cushB. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now ion cover, which should bo of a solid s. F rm of too acres, finely Improved. Offered in tuy charge and I intend to conduct It so aa to Is Candidate color. Tho frill for tho edgo is made thea Democracy.for Jailer, subject to the actlca of at low pnc.. oot only maintain in high renutatioo, but 10 add of two long lengths of tho ribbon of 4. Fine Hlue Grasi Farm, of 103 acres, in high to Its long list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial traveled and fine rooms for state of cultivation, well improved; offered low tho two colors stitched togothor liko the thtdltploy of tamplht. W. HAYS, other, gathered along tho edgo of one J. Farm of 14s acres, near R. R. station. Good A. First-Clas- s strip aud sowed on tho cushion over- Is a candidate lor alter, subject to thelfaction ct blue grass Land; will tell cheap. Saloon hand. If thcro happen to bo a number the democracy. niue Gran Farm ol ij acres, on pike, two Aad BILLIARD and POOLROOMS attach.. j. miles from Stanlord; good Rluc grass lsnd; low of odd pieces of ribbon of different col JOSEPH COFKKY price and on easy termi. ors, they may be arranged to form a Roman striped squaro instead of using I a r.ndiilate for lider. lubicct to the action ol t to it, Town lots In S'anford In areas to suit purchasers. Falls Branch Jcllico Goal Co., only two Bhodes. the democracy. e acre fine farm wit exec lcn Canvas suspenders, with a pattern 17. Mintrtand shippers of the GENUINE mill, dwelling and other Improvements, on pike, worked in cross stitch, aro a revival of SAM BI. 4 miles from Stanlord. old timo industry and aro a change from Con!. blue grass ttrm, capable of division Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub- In 14 It a Desirable In every particularu-the satin ones so long offered on the ject candidate torof tne democratic nrotry. Try it. We art the sole tgentt tor Stanford .and to the action lar Offered low snd on very easy terms. Christinas counters. Two Btrips of canRowland. Office corner ol Depot street and railvas, 24 inches long and 1 inches wide, 16. Good frame building; well finish- road crossing. NEW-LANII 100 INS A WATTS. ed on Main treet. in E ler,. un o' Stsnload. aro required. Uso tho strong, light pur- ' bargain feet front, too back, V s THE 60FFEY HOUSE PROPERTY FOR SAM.. JOSEPH COFFEY, Pror. JOHN MERSHON W. PETER HAMPTON, OWENS, D, i7-- ll Ninety-thre- 1 Original Jcllico iu-i- m i Is a candidate for Sheriff or Lincoln coucty, ject to the action of the democratic pnm'ry. T. I. two-sto- ry sub- 5 1 I Fint-Cl- ai to. Small farm ot So acres, t miles irom Stanfcrd and weltmprovcd,ata bargain. any .. S. 1. fa.- -l in irit l horns and work. 31. Farm of 60 acres on Hanging Fork, near Fine lllue grassland, Hit candidacy is subject to the action ol the Dem Turnertvill frosts on pike, with good Improvement! and alec ocratic party. young orchard. Price low. lia Candidate ftrjailrrof Lincoln county asks hii friends not to commit themtelvet to T. J. HATCHER .. jt Small farm of 19 acres on Hanging Fork. Will exchange for small house and lot or sell at low price on easy terms. Commercial McKINNEY, KY. I Hotel, Hotel at have bought above mentioned and have attached s Firit-Clu-- B Bar and Pool Boom. tht Hotel and oi-- iTHE RILEY HOUSE and cottage, steely and 3t. Hotel, conveniently located, near depot In London, Kv. Nine rooms in dwellirg, four roims in cottage, It a Candidate for Jailer, lubject to the action ol htore house of 3 rcoms. All new buildings. Alto the Democracy, good barn Lot aoo a 300 feet. Fine location for terms. store tnd hotel. Will sell chesp an I on itorc-house G. W. DEBORD or Have repaired and refurnished am better than ever mm wmwm, ey Prepared to Accommodate, tho Public. attention to Commercial Mea. Fine i.ivtrt nd Feed Slab)., attached. P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. JESS ROt 1 Mtn.fer Hp-c- Fruit TrccH For Sale ! ul d. NOTICE. SUAVIXO PAPER CASE. I I? plo kind, liko that sold for worsted work, only mado of silk instead of cotton. Work a continuous design in cross stitch along tho wholo length, using dull yelFull ttockt ot fruit and omamental trees, grape low, whito, olivo and brown silks, and vinet, atparaf ui.tmall fruits, shrubs, and everyleaving tho plain canvas as a backthing usually found In a nursery establishment. We tell direct to the planter and have no agents ground. Press tho strips nf ter they are Catalogue on application finished and lino them with gold colored H F. HILLKNMF.VKR, Lexington, Ky. n satin ribbon 1 inches wide, by basting tho cunvas nlong tho middlo of tho ribbon, turning tho extra eighth of an inch over on tho faco of tho canvas on each v n!!aaBuflvB fcli Croup.Dlptherta, Sore Throat, Jim U HEADACHE, as It by inagic. edgo and stitching it on tho machino as vl JVJiV. UflDCC RDAUIi Especially prepared f.r closo to tho selvedge ns possible. It is JnC nUnOC DnAHU, stock, Doublo Htreus.J better to havo tho suspenders mounted the most Powerful and I'enetrfttlriKl.lnimentlor Mat or Beast in existence.- Large tt sizo 75c., Wc size Wc. at a shop, as It can be dono moro strongSTA.lTFO-aX),j:- JOHNSON'S ORIENTAL SOAP. ly thero than at home, nnd unless they Medicated and Toilet. The Great Skin Cure and e most will find It aro strong they are useless. Face Beautlflef. Ladles Soap on dolloate and highly perfumed ToiletMakes the To make a pansy shaving paper case the market. It ts absolutely pure. Iwtcom-ploiloRkln soft end velvety and restores the draw lightly on medium heavy water is a luxury for the Bath for Infants. color board the outline of a pansy flower Ft alars Itching, clonuses the peal p ami promotes 4uo growth of lialr. l'rlco 23c. For ealo by 8 inches in diameter, which can bo easily enlarged from ono of tho small stud..tiflfcfr R. PENNY. ies now so common. Indicato tho markings carefully and lay on tho coloring in A. G. Lanham John B.,Castleman. bold water color washes. If it shows signs of warping, lay clean blotting paper over tho faco and dry it under pressure. Cut two round holes fivo inches Mm ...... u.ilmii apart in tho top of tho upper petals. Tho ?t X'J 'I'liuliilllilll i! shaving leaves ore of white tissue paper, a ?v . with corresionding perforations. They VJILVLttt-- aro attached to tho back of the pansy by NEWSPAPER HOLDER. means of u double ribbon drown through strip of plush or other strong material tho holes, which also serves to suspend Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt a foot wide aud a yard long. Em- the Bhaving paper case. &CASTLEMAA broider initials or a monogram in the personal attention given to repair to thoso who It maybe added, as a middlo of ono half, put n lino of em- wish to buy presents, hint men seem to MANAGERS,: work. One call will convince you that broidery or a flat band of fancy ribbon bo almost as much pleased with extract that this is the place to trade. Building, Louisville along each edge and lino it with silk Commerce ad of violet, gloves, fino haudkerchiefs and that will harmouizo with tho color of silk hosiery as aro their moro frivolous Agouti throughout the South. the outside, but do not uso a very light Bisters; Isabella Proctcr. OHIO CHESAPEAKE lining, as it will bo soiled by the printLootvl W. A. TBIBBLI, er's ink. Double the Btrip together and Darning Needle Cushion. RAILWAY. STANFORD, KY. bow small rings along tho joined ends The foundation of this convenient litto suspend it t a brass rod by which Philadelphia with ornamental tips. Hang it up by a tle cushion for holding darning needles is a pioce of soft flannel of sufficient size Baltimore, New York, chain or a silk cord attached to the ends to form a firm, smooth roll fivo inches of tho rod. And all other Eastern Citlei. bureau sets for a young lady's long and a little over an inch in dlaniPretty Shortest. Line between Louisville, Lexisgtoond room are made of white scrim and conEsitern Pointt. cign sist of a scarf lined with pale bluo IN EFFECT NOV. 1, 1S9J. two small square mats and ono EAST BOUND. Lve. Lexington larger one. The scarf is just the size of Atlantic Expreil No. 31, daily 7.15am the top of tho bureau anjl has a broad Midland Accommodation, No. 16. ex. Sun.1i.40am hemstitched border surrounded by wide ster. It is covered with five lengthwise Vestibuled Express, No. 34. daily o.sjpm Mt. Sterling Accom., No. 38, ex. Suu ......... 5.30pm lace, plain except at the corners. The strips of worsted skirt braid of different This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen not to trespass on our lands without per. body of tho scarf is decorated with a solors, joined together at tho edges by WESTBOUND. Arr. Lexington: sut.h will be proiecuted to the full scattered flower design embroidered in bands of feather stitching in bright minion, ai all Lexington Accom., No. 17, ex Sun 800am t.aten.of.h,law.MSignedowiTz Louisville Express No. 11. dally 11.101m palo blue wash silk. The mats aro simi- shades of heavy embroidery floss. Tho . rT D. NEWLAND. T. i.cxingion Accom. o. 5, ex un 4 isnm larly ornamented, hut requiro no lining. ends of tho braid, which extend an inch W. H. HAYS. Vtttibuled Express No: 13, daily., . lo- pG. C. LYON. Theso scrim seta havo ono decisive ad- or so beyond tho ends of tho roll of flan-- ATSolid Vestibuled Trains with Dining Cars. Ne FREDBAUMANN. vantage over tho moro elaborate satin nel, are fringed out to flufllness and R. L. WHITE. bus tranfeis. Through Sleepers from Lexii.glen without J.L.I1ECK. Thompson's Barber Shop, ones they can bo lauudored and so kept wound tightly with sowing silk close to JTe.se change. T. C. IIALL. immaculate, which is the greatest charm the flannel. Tho winding is concealed PKTER UALMER. 0. B. RYAN, H.W. FULLFR, "There are three ol the belt Barbers in the State of all toilet accessories. by tiny bows of baby ribbon. Gen. Pan. Agt, IS PHILLIPS. An't Gen. Paaa.Agt., conThere are also excellent Bath Rooms run in y. Washington, D, C. Cincinnati. J. E. IIRUCE. Isabella Proctor. To make a lavender sachet take two traction. Agent for Lexington SteaiaLaundi I jiur-bu- s, - nl A. Stanford ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Insurance BARBEE Company T I Ajnt, oat-tee-n, AkjLJJ'tjjkZjx). Ol Cleopatra Lodjf :. No. 41- - of United Urothcri of Friendship. Know All Men lly Theie Present!, thit w, Reid, D. C. Jackraan, Abe bhanki, Scott Huckner, Waller Sutton, lames tarpentrr, Jerry Wade. Frank Adklns, Miller llroadui. V. D.Tar-dif- f. Green Helm, John Helm, Hugh lUler. John Cook.bmlthEmbry. Wm Jonet and Robt. Lytic, all rciidennot Lincoln county, Kentucky, hereby associate ourselves together and become incorporated under the laws of the State of Kentucky, for the purpose hereinafter eaprctsed mid adopt the fcllowmg article! of incorporation, . Th. mm, ni the? corporation shall be Cleo patra Lodge, No. 43, ol the United lirolhers of Friendship. II. The principal place of busmen at Stanford, Kentucky. nature of the business to be i, transacted shall be the jiving ol aid to members who are tick ordlttresteu; inc pro.iuinK" uu therefor and for the burial of the dead and the re lief of ins membcrihip generally, who arc Indiwith the Grand gent and needy, and to Lodgeof the Order in its charitable underuklngi. come within the scopo of and todotuch thineiai charity and benevolence. IV, The corporation being organiied for charitable purposes only, it is to have no capital stock or stockholders; but each person who contributes to the corporation the turn of seven dollars shsll be deemed a member and entitled to a. I the benefits at such, so long at he shall comply with the rules of the corporation and pay such dues, fines and assessments as shall be made against the members from lime to timo for its tuoport. V. The corporation shall commence from tho filing ol!thee artlclet in the proper olllce for record and terminate it the expiration ol twenty fivpjjj years. V I. The affalri of the corporation are to be conducted by a Hoard ol five lj Directors, to be elected annuatly, from alid by tho lawful mombnsof the corporation, at their firtt meeting in December of each year. And at the same time there shall be elected a Mat er, a Deputy Matter, a Secretary andanAsilitant Secretarybeand aTreaiurer.whlch the executive officert last named omcers shall of the corporation, and lhall fill the various chain meetings, and all of which officers at the stated shall hold office lor one year and until their sue cessors are elected and qualified. The Treasurer shall be required to give bond for the talthful performance of duty, iu tuch turn as shall be fised by The corporation the constitution and shall at once fill laid office! to hold tame until the election in December. The taidotllceri and Hoard shall have such duties and powert at shall be to be them by the rulet a d adopted. VII. The private property of the member! Is to be exempt Irom corporate debti. VII. The Indebtedness ef the corporation shall no' exceed five tho 3 lan0 dollars. have perpetual IX. The laid corporation shall succession, the right to sue and be sued in its corporate name to have a common leal, to make contracts, to acquire property and transfer tame at its pleasure at at a private Individual, lo esregulation! for the and rulet tablish government of In memben and shall possess all the powers of abody corpora o. X The corporation shall have the right to vomember! the present membersoflhe luntary association, fro which this it formed, without the payment of the membership fee, as it succeeds to all of the property ol said attociation. In testimony whereef, witne.xt our signatures i?vj mis aist uay ui ..uve-iuAba Shanks. J. S. Reld, D. C. Jackman, W. M. Jonet, J. M. Llroadui, Scott Huckner, W. F. Atkini, I. M. Wade. Henry Salter, Lillard Fisher, Smith Embry, lohn Cook, Sr., D.TardilT, Jr , Wm. J amet Carpenter, Green Helm, Robert Lytic, Walker Sutton, John Helm. Hugh Baker. James Green, lo-w-it- At our Fruit Farms and Nursenes one mile West of KlnKtville, Lincoln county. We have at fine a stock ul l run Trees at any man ever handled, readv lor transplanting nto orchard and garden App et and 1'eaihes will this Fall Orchar-t- o be assorted to suit customers at 1 10 per hundred My mother, Mrs. Kal Dudderar, has just re The treei aie nice, the varieties the best Kvery-thin- g line of mil needed to make home attractive and the turned Irom the cities with an For circular! lincry, embracing children happy will be found here addren J. A. McKF.K ft CO., Ky. Kiugiville, 4 ALL OF THE NOVELTIES ITew Millinory. leut Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Of the which scat", vlbhc alstishe will have engaged a s Dress-Maker. lull control Firt-Olaa- ti. 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A larceQUAD-KANOLmeans honesty: a large TRIANOLE, gencmtlty: lone FIRST DIVISION OK THUMB, strong will; LONG SECOND DIVISION, reason-In- g faculty. Tho MOUNT OK JUPITER betokeni smblt'on: that of SATURN, prudence: theSUN, lovo of splendor : MARS, courage: MOON. Imaglna-lion- : VENUS, love or pleasure ; and MERCURY, Intelligence, Take our advlco aa above and yoa vill be sure to possess tbe but and most yaluabltJ viallty. Well-markeenter-tslned. pub-INh- cr, K by-la- ci, Washington, POSTED. and-othe- - -- . ; .. r. ggMMfpl Wtf jrg"TTta jr ('f- - i Ff" Jpf ''pWr v""W3gSf,s wnm'TW irwfir7,'J,e ? IN FASHION'S EEALM. GOSSIP CONCERNING THE NOVELTIES IN DRESS AND TRIMMINGS. Tito Prettiest Tlilnc of the 'W'ee.fc Ilisnd- Cos- tomo Street Gonna tumes KrTcetlvo mid ricturrsiu Tnr Social Functions. Cor) right, 1W3, I'lsney Hall Attire Assocla-tlon. by American I'resit Tho prottlr-s- t things I havo found tills week nro tho Now Custlo brnitla for trimmings. They nro fnr boyontl llorculoa brnid in flno mohair has high finy-thlntf- of tholdnilnttomptotl boforo. Tho sur- ribs that Rtnnd up like cords on tho face, giving this old favorite is now face and a handsomer one. Tliero is tho regular linoof silkbruidfiin different widths now po popular as capo and cloak trimmings. There in a now oiien work pattern In bilk and mohair in all tho colors, and black, which does not run over an inch wide, but that inch is tho very icrfectlon of such weaving. Tho now serpentina braids havo caught on most decidedly, and with them comes a doublo binding in tho namo weave, which is used to bind tho pretty ruffles to capos, rovers and tho bottoms of skirts whoro somo other color beneath shows tho graceful edge. There aro Boveral now stylos nnd widths in Titan braids, and somo very beautiful black basket weavo braids varying from ono to four inches wide, and another pattern, which for wont of a better namo I will call hopsneking, us it has tho wimo weavo that gives that fabric its n " o. Some of the Hercules and Titun braids havo a pattern of soutacho sowed on them, and another series of loops fastened to the edge. Tlds makes n rich trimming for drcus skirts. Another braid, plain, is fastened to a narrower ono by a row of narrow sewntino or zigzag, tho wider braid being fulled on so that it forms a narrow "sprung" ruffle. Theso Btyles can bo had In tho tsuniu (mttern in soveral widths, so that a series of these can bo .sowed on the skirt of a dress, nnd each H narrower than the other toward the top. It makes a stylish garniture. There nro Mime wide braids in square open work pattern resembling crotchet very closely, and these como in every color. Tho black and most of tho colored braids nro made into buttons to match, roma small, but for this season some of them certainly meawro 2 inches in These buttons aro used lavishly to ornament cloaks, coat and dresses, bometiines n waist will havo small buttons at tho bottom, and each button is larger than tho last as they reach higher. This U n very effective manner of trimming, jwtrticularly double breasted coats or d reuses. Many gowns havo theso braid buttons on tho skirts in clusters of three. There aro for homegowns somo lovely woven cords and picpiets, mostly In delicate open work and Hat, so that they really ought not to bo called cords. These aro nlso frequently seen now on tho long conts of tho finest qualities. Tho new soutache braid is remarkablo for Us ilno finish. This comes in all colors and frequently is found in sets of several shades of ono color, most generally in tho browns for uso in trimming ono garment, tho dark shades at tho lrottoin or vice versa. Tho variety of Now Castle tinsel and metallic br.ilds Is beyond tho limits of ono letter. Tho prottiost of them are where copixir and sih oi or gold and silver mingle. There Is ono delicate pat- sen-son- 's Out of a number I havo chosen threo as being among tho most effective nnd pictnrcsquo of nny, and they nro also comparatively inexpensive, which Is n great consideration this season. Balls we must have, though they do como high. Tho first of theso is n Spanish gypsy's dress of russet wool artistically tattered at tho foot and patched with enormous stitches. Tho stockings should match, and if a few bangles can bo placed on the nnklcs so much the be tor. There is an tinderwalst of whlto muslin and a short velvet corsngo laced up In front. Two or threo cotton balls, or half a dozen, can bo hung over tho shoulders, and, loosely tied around tho waist, a Roman colored scarf with ball fringe. A big bronze sombrero with long rooster feathers and a red silk hnndkerchief tied over tho back of tho head complete tho costume. A mandolin or guitar Is to bo carried, without which no ono could recognlzo tho character. Another effectlvo costumo Is "Evening." Tlili "Evening" wears a velvet gown in two or threo shades of blue. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. Low Rates to St. Louis via "Big Four ficnl-lop- ed W1NTKU bUlTS. tern where tho braid is about hnlf nn inch wide, of silk in somo light color, nnd down tho center U n metal pattern woven in to resemblo feather stitrhiug. Theso aro for trimming very elegant tailor gowns or ilno silks. There is a full lino of metal rickracks and serpenthan I could tell. I noticed ono quarter inch soutaclio of tines, and, in fact, more kinds and styles ' silver, copper, gold nnd pink and green Bilk all woven togother, making tho most exquisite bit of garniture po&Mblo to Imagine. Gold nnd bilver 80utacho aro always In. Ono Iwautiful though slmplo dress shown this week was of hair lino choviot black and brown. Around tho bottom of tho skirt were six rows of baskot ens- tlo braid. Tho waist was cut with a binall postilion at tho back and doublo breasted. Thero was n sot of 20 buttona on tho doublo breasted waist graduated in Bize. Tho coat was of tho unino material, and tho pointed collar was bound with dyed beaver. Altogethor n very ladylike suit. Another handsome street gown of black diagonal had threo bias folds of tho snmo on tho skirt, each bordered with green nnd copper rickrnck braid. Tho waist was vest front nnd Eton back, trimmed nlso with tho braid. With this gown was worn a capo of heavy black faille, lined with quilted satin. Tho yoko was of embroidered velvet, and around tho yoko there was a plain gathered ruffle made or tno mik uouuieu. walking gowns to thoso ,rTfaScy dress ball is quite a jump, Lnn OU1I1 Knvnral KM P KHlll Vl r' ium.uu., Will ... vpnr ittwo M. ... j thnn there have been for many seasons. ---- IL. ..Ii Vl "T ,7.;: taut l ..ni.l twa OO 1UUIO foplo For the "Week Ilcglnnlns Dee. 24. In addition to selling tlrkotn nt low Comment by Itev. 8. II. Doyle. service. What can wo rntes between all points for Christmas T Tone. Christinas M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. live to Christ? Moth. il. 11: P. xl, Holidays, tho Big Four Routo will make Another year has almost passed away, a special reduced rate of f 12 00 for the 5U1 189$. nnd tho Christuias season is. upon tie, round trip, Cincinnati to St. Louis and tuggesting tho over important question, return, affording everybody an oppor- Cull corpsoi Coiktvu irv tn Vormal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music laort What can wo givo to Christ? It is An. Eacellrnt hoarding department Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. every tunity to visit tho West at an extremely practically tho same question year, nnd yet it neither grows old, nor low rate. Tim improved service of the is it out of place. Sinco Christ gave Big Four Houte, providing Bolid trainB heaven for us, when Ho was born into with elegant psrlor cars, pnime bleeping this world, it is very fitting nnd appro- carp, and hotel dining cars between Cin priate that wo ask ourselves each recur- cinnnti and St. Louis, makes it the popu ring Christinas season. What can wo Inr line for Western travel. Ma o no Will be delivered right at your door on the following days or the day givo to Him? arrangements for your holiday trip with- thereafter. You will not be disappointed. It will be out your way 1. Wo can givo our wills to Christ (V. xl. In these verses tho psalm- out communicating with J. E. INevts. as follows; ist declares that by affliction God hits General Southern Agent, Cincinnati, O Every Monday taught him that it is not mere outwnid E. O. McCormick, Passenger Traffic Man- Crab Orchard and Preachersville Pikes sncrifico nnd offering that Ho wants, ager. D. B. Martin, General Pucsenger Dudderar's Mill Pike Every Tuesday but tho consecration of tho heart and & Ticket A sent. Lancaster 'Pike Every Wednesday will to Him, nnd Ho dedicates Himself On this doctors don't disagree. It may Danvillt Pike to tho Lord. Tho Lord wants our hearts Every Thursday nboto nil things. Tho intention is of bo regarded rb an assured fact that the Hustonville Pike Every Friday more importance than tho deed. Jn tho delegates to the Pan American Congress .. Somerset Pike Every Saturday ncceptcd tho at Washington, who enso of Abraham, God travel over the will for tho deed when Ho called uion Chesapeake & Ohio Bailn ay will, uit'j Stanford Every Saturday Isaac, but Ho will not him to sncrifico ono accord, oraiseitB scenery ;and train Rowland Every Wednesday accept tho deed for tho will, ns can bo h "V HeH Cain per Beryice. There is nothing in tho way of Been in tho case of Cain. ALBERT HOMMEL, Rowland, Ky. formed tho deed, but his heart was not lovely mountain views and picturesque right, nnd it was not accepted. Abra- vallejBOl the Virginias, to compare ham's heart was right, and God accept- with that through which the Cbea ed his sacrifice without tho deed. Let apeakeA Ohio Kailrood passes. There us right ourselves, then, this Christ- is nothing of historic nature in America mas season by surrendering our wills as great ns a trip through the Virginias unconditionally to the will of Christ. and thero Ib "Not as will, but us thou wilt," may ca Biiperior no other railroad in AmeriA RELATIVE OR FRIEND, to tho O. A O. in the smooth bo our Christmas offering. Wo can givo our possessions to mss and stabilily of its tracks, tl e F. F. 2. This Is espe- V. Vestibule Limited being one ol the Christ iMnth. ii, 11). cially illustrated in tho offering of gold famous trains of tho world. The Chesaj made by tho wise men at Christ's birth. peake & Ohio passes through Bull Run, KANC'Y HALL CObTt'MES. Wo should givo regularly and systematBROTHER OR SISTER? though cashmere would give quite as ically. An ndvnmo lino of Christian Manassas and other noted battle fields tho Ende: vr.r work laid down by Dr. Clark and is in all respects the best route for soft on effect at a lens cost. Down If so wc know you arc gq m.kc them a present during the est and fcouth-Wes- t sides aro rosy strips, and in tho front in hi annual address at .Montreal was tho West, iNorth-silver stars. This gown is cut princess an in reaso in systematic giving to mis- to the National Capital. For copy of shapo and has long angel sleeves of sions. Thismif'g(stion should bo heed- Virginia in black and white, free nnd mnuvo cruie. A sash combining the ed by nil Endouvorcra. It is timely full information rrpnrding rntis and sunset tints is tied loosely around the and practical. Not only here, but train service, address C. B. Ryan. Assis And in making your selection you can not afford to pass us by, bewaist, and thero U a dark bluo figure nlong nil lines of Christian giving, the with 6ilver stars. On tho head is a systematic element needs to bo empha- tant G. P. A , Cincinnati, Ohio. cause we have a large line of Xmas goods for less money than any mnuvo turban set with a silver moon sized. Therefore cs a Christmas offir-im- r place outside of the cities. The finest train in America is concedand star. A pink and white feather fan is tc tho Saviour dedicate a certain set on a long stick nnd serves in a wand. proportion of all your possessions to ed to bo the Southwestern Limited via G. The effect of this gown is qulto compli- Him for tho year to come. BIG FOUR ROUTE to Sew York and cated, while in reality It is extremely 8. Wo can givo our devotions to Christ Boston. simple. (Math, ii, 11). Thowisomon fell down This magnificent Wagner Train has Tho other costumo represents nn Egyp- nnd worshiped Christ. So should we. been built especially for service between if tho lovely wearer tian princes", but Wo look down in pity nnd commiserawill braid a strand of her hair and let It tion upon tho heathen bowing to sticks Cincinnati, New York aud Boston, runfall forward on tho loft sldo her uppcar-anc-o Heaequartcrs for-yet wo may bo worship- ning through 6ohd to these cities with-ou- t will Iki more correct. Tho rest of and btones, and change of cars. Composed of Eleing Idols oursolves tho world, f.uno, tho hair may bo loft loose, but inthodays jtopnlniity, fashion or something . gant Coachce, Wagner Sleeping Carp, Li when Egyptian princesses wore such Let us givo Christ tho supremo plnco brary and Cafe Car, and Hotel Dining costumes each ono wore this braid as a them but ono Uulgo of her rank. So Georgo Ebers in our hoarts and erect in worship, nnd Car it has become JaniouB. Complete in altar for devotion and all ol Its appointments it is to day thtj. and Erugsch Boy say, and they ought to O id kind-- . The most complete line of of Lords and King of "king oi the road." know, if close and long study of this that to tho Lord Bethlehem, but now KingM, Iwrn In subject is of nny vnlno. It leaves Cincinnati nt G.00 p. m. dailj So, then, this gown is of whito striied ruling in heaven. from Central Union Station, mnking con Bible Headings Ex. xxv, 2; Ps. silk tlbsue, lwttor Bronssa gauzo if posstripes go around. cxil, 0; Isa. xxxii, 8; Math, v, 42; vl, nectlonB with all through trains from tl e sible to find It. Tho Luko iii, 11; xl, South and lands passengers in New York Markxii, Ever in Stanford. Prices according to the times. Down tho front is a bluo and whito embroidered hieroglyphs end- 41; Acts xx, 81, 85; I Cor. xvi, 17; City at Grand Ccntial Station, avoiding with Phil, ii, 80; Eph. ferry transfer. When you go East take ix, ed by aii oriental fringe. Tho corsago viii, D. B. KING. GEORGE B. PREW1TT. tliis train. green surah, and dratcd over iv, 28; 1 Tim. vl, 17, 18. is of nilo D. B. Martin, Geneial Passenger and it Is a kaftan of Arabian silk in form of n Agent. tho 1800 train, and a breadth of tho whito tissue Wanhliictnn Wnntameeting ofConvention. TicketO. jMcCormick, Passenger E tho ChrisTrEflic A recent mass is drawn over tho shoulders. Tho round Manager. MORELAND, KY., is iKmlored with bluo nnd worked tian Endeavor union of Washington had neck Touribt's ItATts. Round-triwith colored silks. Hanging from tho for its object tho pushing of a moveWe have opened up a nice line ot tickets Encrown is tho Egyptian headdress of Ara ment looking to hold tho Christian to Lookout Mountain, Tenn., Florida and deavor convention at Washington in Georgia points, bian silk in green, red, whito ami yelAsheville, X. O., Xew Dry nro four cities in tho low. Tho crown is covered with tho 1800. 'There Orleans, La., Mexico City, Havana, etc, McArthur, President enmo Bilk and has tho sacred serpent field," said will bo plated on sale by the Queen A coiled in front. Barbaric jewels are sef "Washington, Atlanta, Baltimore and Saratogn. Tho cast of tho convention Crescent Routo on aud after Nov. 1st, at hero and there. We are daily receiving our Fall Goods, vhich we are marking greatly reduced rates. The Q. A C. is Tills is a pretty and fetching gown, will bo at least f 15,000." down lower than ever Two years ago tliero were 41 Benior noted as running solid vebtibuled trnins but tho clever girl who decides to wear 05 Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you it would do well to adapt it a littlomore sociotiesand 7 junior; now there nro nu to Florida and New Orleanp. Direct line money. oal costumes worn ages senior and 32 junior societies, with closely to the to the Southern Tourist ResortB. FineBt ago on tho Nile, for they are infinitely increase of membership in two years of trains in the South. .Ask Aonr agent WWc are opening up a splendid line of Fall Millinery. more graceful and lear with them ol 2,030, making tho total inemliorship for tickets oerlhe Queen A Crtftenlj We have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. tho mystery and subtlo chains of Egypt's 5,830. Of theso 873 havo been added he will quote j ou rates or jou can addays of glory. Still, tho young lady can to tho church and 210 enmo from tho dress W. O. Rinearson, G. P. A.,Cin O. follow thiH exactly and be sure of looking associoto mombcrs. Next year the concfe m vention will bo held nt Clovoland, and II1..NMKTTE KOUbfcEAU. lovely. The Queen andCreccent Route is prein 1805 nt San Francisco. FADS OF THE DAY. paring to issue an elaborate publicatkn Tho Threo 1". in magazine form, descriptive of the dif Somo Ant buimllile, hut Others May !! Thco whoso memory is helped by fferent sections of the South tributary to CoiiliW-r'- l hilly. To every person sending us the amount of one yearly subscription may find profitablo suggesIt is n fad to wear walking gloves a tion In tho following rules ns to their ilB linee. Capitalists, tourist and busifull size too large, so that thoy wrinkle attltudo toward tho week night prayer ness men are not likely to arpet the to the Interior Journal, together with ten cents extra, we will send comfortably. Single copies may be meeting. Aid tho different leaders: 1. southern chhn so long as the Quten and free a copy of The World Almanac for 1894. It is a fad to wear tho hair parted in By your preparation. 2. By your pres- Crescent Route can reach them with ordered at the Interior Journal office for 25 cents. tho middle, curled loosely at tho sides, ence. 8. By your participation. Chris- this artistic publication Copy of this tho rest twisted in tho high empire knot tian Observer. magazine will be mailed to nny address on tho crown. on reeeipt of ten cents in postage is tho fad to wear accordion plaited It stpmps. Clirlstiun KmlenTor Notes. Address, W. C. Rine arson, veils, and by tho byo assist tho physician Junior superintendents nro lioblo to General Patsenger Agent, Cincinnati, to new casus of squiut utid strabismus mako tho mlstako of firing all their am Ohio. thereby. munition in tho first fow meetings. Uso It is fad to wear tho ompiro gown in your bright plans and shrewd ideas very SAxnv'a Qul'rry to IxoKneoi.1,. This tho ovoniugt, unlets you aro too stout or cautiously and nlwnys keep somo good beautiful song (wouls and music regular too thin. EchomeB on hand to introduco when a sheet music size) will be uiaiird to any AND ENGYGL0P&DIA FOR It is a fad to affect red in cloth waist- meeting shows symptoms of becoming one enclosing 5c in stamps to D. G. Pel wardp, General Passenger Agent, C. II coats with black serge to combino tho dull. k D. R. R.. Cincinnati, Ohio. cozy winter color with laces for tho dinThe Best Reference Book Printed. $f? A Methodist Christian Endeavor soner and reception. n good literaMr J. P. Illalit, an real cttate dealer It is n fad, and a sensible one, to wear ciety of Indinnapolls has to nil In Dei Moinri, loa, rxtcnme etcaped one of ranoMly Everything up to Date and Complete. only severely common senso boots iu ture committee, which is n model obtained the eereit atlaclt of pntumoma a while in the slmllnr committees. It has northern walking. ol that Slate duiing recent enso capublo of fc Mr lad It is fad to prefer ivory backed a libraryCOO volumes nnd holding some occation tothe Saturday Review during Dlaliestorm drive toeral miles the has already and was so thoroughly chilled powder boxes, etc., to Bilver, 500 or brushes, that he wis unable OVER secured for a Christian Endeavor library to pet wann, and iumle of an hour atr his rewhich held its own bo long. turn lie was threatened with a severe case of rpiT books, 111. Ire tent to the tho fad to wear only ono ring, 250 excellent pneumonia or lung fever. Mr, It is bottle of "Tliero is no objection," says Tho neatest drug store and sot awhich he Chamberyour birth stono, and that on tho middle ENDORSED BY STATESMEN, EDUCATORS, AND lain's Cough Ilcmcdy, of lud Westminster Endoavoror wisely, "to a heard, and took a number of large doses, ollen flngor. lie STUDENTS EVERYWHERE. effect was wonderful a It is n fad to prefer shaded lamplight Bocial or literary club, but tho convert- says thebreathing quitpetuily. and inkeptshort time ha was He en tak to gaslight and sunlight, bo that oven ing of a bocicty of Christian Endeavor lng theireiliclneand the next day was able to tho sun of 8 o'clock is carefully shut out into a social or literary club is a be- come to Des Moines. Mr. Wane regan s his cute Has Reached Such a State of Perfecas simply wonderful from a reception, and night is counter- trayal of a sacred trust." For sale by W II. Mckoberts, Druggist Stantion That It Is a Veritable Encyclo-psodl- a feited. Tho First Methodist society of Deca- ford. of Facts and Events, It is a fad to adopt 0110 delicato scent tur, Ills., raised $125 for missions durr or a sore inroai mere is notninr- - letter man a Brought Down to January exclusively for sachets, tho bath, tho hair ing tho conference year just olescd. flannel bandage caripenid with Chamberlains First, 1894. nud stationery. Tain Ilnlni. It effect cure In Mibs Antoinctto P. Jones Bays that ono night's time will neailj alvvavs also a a favoritt This remedy Is n butterfly muff It is a fad to havo on or iheun'atism and has curci mnnvsevcro cases Floating Endeavorora nro now found inndo of velvet and fur to match tho more than 200 ships. 50c b(ttleforealeby W. IS Mc Roberts, Stanford. Edition of 1S04 has been prepared gown nnd hat. Tho work of tho press committeo of It is n fud to belong to reading class, an extra force of editors. It will Wi en on a visit to Iowa, Mr. W. K. Dalton. of sill to meet at least onco a month through tho Boston union is unusunlly fino. At I.uiay, Russell Co., Kansas, called at the labora have a novel and attractive cover, wide mar recent rally there, for iustanco, 80 lory of Chamberlain & Co., Pes Moines, to show tho tho winter afternoons. them his bov. where life hail been And It is n fad to have "fagot partita" notices were inserted in tho Boston pa- saved by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy It havgins, new and improved binding; is printed firo-l- lt pers, aggregating 40 columns, and the ing cured him of a very severe attack of croup where "Welsh rarebits aro eaten in a on good paper, and contains more and better Mr Dalton is certain that it taved room, and stories that touch on tho account was even translated iuto Swed- and Isrnthusisstic in lii pruned thehis boy's life Itemcdy infnrmntinn than anv book of a similar nature published. . It is For sale by V II. McKobertt, Stanweird, mysterious and supernatural fol- ish. finishing touch to tho evening Tho organ of tho Christian Endeavor ford, Kv. low, tho being tho awful dreams which attend it societies of Australia very rightly inBOOK. A Million Frlondd. sists on judging tho success of n society ns a natural result. A friend in need is a friend iQdcd, and not less It was fad to wear a sovoroly tailor not by tho bIiow mado in annual meet- than one million have found just such a friend in Consumption, Dr. King's New .made gown at tho horso bIiow in tho ings, but by its evoryday work, and es- Coughs and Colds Discovery fort ever used this Ifycu have afternoon. It was the fad to appear pecially by tho numbor of conversions. Krrat Cough Medicine, one trial will crnvlnce you postpaidjjymail, wonderful curative powers in all disthere In the evenings far more resplend- An international Christian Endeavor that itc has Throat, Chest and Lungs. Each boteases the ,entthantbo"lllieso! tho field." lltldresa THE WOULD, JTew York City. 4$--v convention, to bo hold in London in tle is guarantied to do a'.l that is claimed or mon ey will be refunded. Trial bottles free at A. R Kate Joudan. 1000, baa been suggested. i l'enn) 'jdiug store. Large bottles 50c nnd $t. Now York. 0-- 8. Route." Stanford Female College. Fall s,viou Tuesday, September I ). '1 fl A w Zim K V. wl. HAVE m a WEE ART 1 msMmw Mother, Father, Child XiS:oii.dei,ys DB. S. gt HOCKEB, The Druggist. 11 W. H. WEAREN & CO els-e- STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS HEATING : r, 3; 42-4- STOVES Goods, 1; 5; 11-1- 3; KING & PREWITT. Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, Goods, Notions, Dress p cm-nat- i, Corn Wanted. K.I2TG PBEWITT. ONLY TEN CENTS EXTRA. 11 W0K&D jbsRNK 1894. fe 11 rt 1300 Drug-gt- t. 11 THE it t i Iiug-gits- AMERICA'S STANDARD YEAR J V 11 PRICED 25CENTS.T Nl .'Mt 2 '! , "" . r- - BrfrSy, '; ! I ,; ' Semi-Week- ly f h fr r f '1 V M r. f i i rt 4. !. s " fr :f I' j '' i ' It must have been too .great a surpriso $0,500,000,000. Tho ollidal returns from the Now for his stomach. Kv., washerwoman York election show a plurality of 24,084 Stanford, Tho daughter of a who invested her small savings in Chica- for tho head of the republican ticket. go realty 60 years ago now claims title to Maynard, tho democratic candidate for W. P. property in the centre of tho city worth Appellate Judge, against whom aorious charges were preferred, was beaten by over $1,000,000. Now York, Buffalo 101,001. At South Buffalo, A freight train on tho O. O. & S. W. creek overflowed ita banks trlday night and flooded five square miles of territory. plunged down a 135 foot embankment on Twenty-fivhundred people were ren- Muldraugh'd Hill. Engineer Thomai In Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, &c. In order that Keegan, Fireman John Downea and dered uouielees. those who buy such goods for of tbo Firemen's Stephen Joyce, a tailor from Newark, Aftrr n Woodford county man had A singular fatality eeeinB to hang Secretary Arnold, examination for a Brotherhood, estimates that tho Lehigh Ohio, were killed; the two brakomen about the construction of the Louisville passed n aud Jeflersonvillo bridge. When the $3,000 life insurance policy, he was asked Valley Btrike, which began November 18 and two tramps were injured, aud about piers were being built two caissons filled if he drew a pension, when ho admitted and ended December 0, cost tho varioua 400 hogs and 100 he.ul of c.ittlo were killed. A broken rail ia given as the with workmen wore flooded and 21 lost with evident embarrassment thnt he did brotherhoods $125,000. lives, while nt various tunes bouio aud the risk was refused. A largo num trial at Atlanta of cause of the accident. their Tho result of tho dozen or more of others hnvo been ber of thoso who are drawiug pensions Pat Median, who killed Robert McBride FMiMANU iflAUfcilfcKS. killed. Friday added another to the long aro the stoutest and most ablu bodied for insulting Mrs Median, was an acquit100 bridgo builders men in tho country and that's what tal. Tho parties involved were well list of horrors Over Georgo Pulliam Bold to B. G. Fox 0 South, aged mules for $500. were at work on the 553 foot span over makes people tired of the over increas- known the throughout low prices and that those who wear may the channel of the Ohio river, when sud- ing and onerous pension burden. and tho case has attracted much attenFantasy, 2.0SJ, at tbrto yeara, is tho May get the benefit of the denly a terrific wind loosened tho structtion. get the use of them when they arc most needed, youngest 2:10 trotter. The lotteries will have to go. The ure from its fastenings and it went down Mrs. Ferdinand Durham, of Oberliu, Nancy Hanks has won over$G0,0c0 opinwith a crash, carrying its load of hu- Court of Appeals in an unanimous Ohio, went to a bop and danced quite in stakes aud purses. manity with it. Of the number 22 were ion declares that the State had no right freely with tho boys. Durham got jealJ. W. Adams bought in tho Est away, and : killed, 13 wore injured and tho rest mi- to contract ita public powers ous and Beizing his Winchester went In- Ead, a small bunch of feeders at 3c. raculously escaped. At night another that the swindling concerns had no right to the ball room to end his wife's life. Mrs. Georgo W. Tribble bought of span just as long was blown down, but to exist. Tho people decided this some Friends interfered and saved tho wo- A. M. Poland about GO acres of laud at Wo will offer any goods in our house at half price. a fortunately no ore was on it. The pe- timo ago, but it takes the court long man's life. $40. procession. cuniary loss is more than $1,000,000, but time to catch up with the A United Press dispatch from RichFifteen fat hoes and four butcher ineven that represents only a email porCait. JoitkHTOK, a National bank pres- mond, Va., Btates that the legislative cattle for Bale. J. F. Gover, Turners tion of the losses that contractors and ident, has announced himself a candi- vestigation "revealed the fact that Sena, villo. It others have sustained during tho con- date for governor of Alabama on n free tor Daniel camo from Washington and James S. Gooch bought in Casey and struction of tHe bridge. An effort is be- silver, After worked for Martin, aud also tho fact that Russell counties a bunch of mountain platform. ing made to place tho responsibility of the election he will know less "where Lee was the caudidate of the Adminis- cattle at 2c. tho last disasters on tho engineers and h) is at" than now, when ho seems to be tration at Washington." Directors Flower, 2:12J (2) brought contractors, but it is more than probable ia utter ignorance of his surroundings. O. R. Bishop, a banker of Honolulu, $5,100 and wa bought by L. B. Rose, oi Is taking place in December instead of January. This is an opporthat tho wind alono is responsible for has made a princely gift for thn benefit New York. tunity to procure high grade goods at the lowest possible price? What NEWSY NOTES. them. ol the Kamchameha School. He has exDirectum landed $22,000 forSaulis-burthey all say of us ? You hear it on every corner; you hear it in every ecuted a trust deed convoying to the tliis season, and is the largest winThe. undertakers of Louisville have a John Amsden, an aged banker of school 90,000 acres of land on tho island and rehome. The name of the LOUISVILLE STORK ner for trotters of tho year. union, which prohibits its members from Versailles, is dead. o( Molokai, and given $20,000 cash for 10 fat hags will average echoed, and where there is so much talk there must be a good cause family which owes For Sale. burying a corpse for a An open hearth exploded at Steel-to- n, the election of school buildings. 300 to 350 lbs. Apply at once to R. H. for it. for a previous burial service. LaBt week killing seven men. Pa., Chas. J. Lnckey was hanged at Hronaugh at Crab Orchard. Mr. Brewster, who owed $52 for burying Cholera killed 215,157 persons in Ed Geers says that Robert J., when Brockville, Ont., for tho murder of his his father, lost his wife, and not a single Russia lost year, and 30,2Si this year. fj Angelo in good shape, can take the bloom ofl of father, sister and undertaker would take the job of putThere were aix or more legal neck at Pittsburgh for Directum's bouquet of victories. HW ting her away, and the result was that stretchings in the United States Friday. Zippa was executed feW JmAi and Ralph John Farris says that Victor Mnz-- z the woman was kept nearly n week, and Owing to the scarcity of graes in killing Frank Helmstetter, until she was badly decomposed. This western Texas cattle aro dying by the Croesmiro was strangled to death at me promises to bo a great Smith port, Pa., for tho murder of his His yearling record does not hurt him Knee Pants 25c, worth 50c looks inhumane, but the undertakers aro hundreds. A'l in tho least. right in protecting themselves. Children's Suits (worth double the money) - mother. 75c, jSi and $1.25 At Piedmont. W. Va.. P. E. HoldeA weanling colt bIx months old With John R. Procter at tho head of other trades and professions should do man, a mine superintendent, was killed Children's Overcoats 51.25 and Si. 50, worth $2.5oandj53 to J. II. Johnson, of Taylors-vill- e, tho civil service commission to give it a likewise. Tho man who won't pay his a id robbed of $3,000. 75c and $1, worth $1.25 and S1.50 and with III , trotted a quarter at n 3:10 gait. Jeans Pants debts, if ho can, and most men can if E M. Ashford, a merchant of Beth- proper leaven of democracy, S4, worth $9 Men's Suits they will, doesn't deserve either respect any, Mo. rated at $50,000, is in jail charg- John G. Carlisle at tho head of thoTreas He ia by Ringgold. Tho outfit of John Robards' livery Men's Overcoats ury assisting republicans down and out, $3-5or consideration. worth $8 ed with counterfeiting. Kentucky idea stable at Danville was offered by him at The bill abolishing tho postal note the public can study the From timo whereof tho memory of point of public auction yesterday and taken down changes was of civil 8ervico reform from any man runneth not to the contrary preach- and making other postal at $1,900. It consisted of 10 rigs and lo viow it likes. ers' eons have been noted for being the passed by the House. Switzerland has elected a now Pres- horses. A po8toffice has been established at worst of boys. Mellville Roberts, of Tho Swies Colb Jenkins, sold to Col. J. W. Egypt, Jackson county, and David S. ident, whoflo namo is Frei. Princeton, Ky., more than sustains the President is chosen by the Federal Coun- Poor, 70 head of slopping cattle at 2J(i, .reputation, for ho has just succeeded in Smith appointed postmaster. Hie Council being 3Jc, to bo taken to Cnrloy'a distillery, at At Baltimore Morris Whittington cil, tho President of 20c, worth 40c making n demnition moist body of bis of the Confederacy. Camp Nelson, which is expected to re- Infant Shoes President and James Brown were fined $10 each father, Itev. J. N. Roberta, vhom ho 50c and 75c, worth $1 and 1.25 Though superior in dignity ho haa but sume in a few days Lancaster Record. Children's Shoes peanuts in church. killed with n hammer, because ho for eating A dispatch to the Courier-Journfine Dongola Patent Tip more power than any other memLadies' $1, worth $2 The House has voted to admit Utah little threatened to chastise him. He stole says that G. T. Higginbotham bought of Ladies' Calf and Goat Shoes, warranted all solid bers of the council. $1, worth Si. 75 a horse at the ago of 10 and now at 14 he and Arizona into the Union, leaving Tho general assembly of Virginia de- A. A. Kitzweller his farm containing New Mexico as yet out in tho cold. i, worth $2 is a parricido. Tho Methodist doctrine of of Lexington for Men's Shoes, all solid Gompers was reelected president of cided by a unanimous vote to investigate 120 acres within a mile total depravity seems to be clearly 1.50, worth 2.50 money was used in the f 15,4 SO. Mr. Higginbotham, until six Men's Calf Shoes tho Federation of Labor, alter a bitter the charge that proven in his case. S. Martin months ago lived ir Lower Garrard and Men's Iland-Scwc$2, worth 4 French Calf, every pair warranted fight, by a majority of 92, in a vote of recent election of Hon. Thos to be United States senator. Four ol the is a splendid farmer and an excellent Mrs. Cctubert Bullitt, who is to 2,530. organman. Nathan Matthews, democrat, was re- membeiB of tho joint committee figure in tho divorce courts of Louisville, John It. Farris, of Lexington, who ized for tho purposa voted for Gen. writes a card in the Louisville Truth elected mayor of Boston. His plurality for tho senator- - was here a few days ago, tells ua that he which shows sho is a tart from away U about 7,000. The city voted for liquor in the caucus and three haa engaged with Percy Talbott, a promielect. bick. Sho was the erratic Mrs. Gov. license. -- Mine. Bechtel, a keeper of a house nent breeder of Fayette, for next year, Mississippi has just elected n new Rineom, before she was married to Col. in Terre Haute, has as- and will handle bis string. Mr. Talbott Bullitt a, little over a year ago, and since Legislature. The feature of the election of Good Working Shirts 25c, worth 5CC signed. She claimed that Bho could not bred the greatest brood maro that over then she has led the old fellow a merry was the crushing defeats encountered by has sold her Men's good Canton Flannel Drawers 25c, worth 50c and to prove lived Alum Mater-a- nd run on promises of money, dance. Her card intimates that if her the Populists. big credit bus foals for over $95,000, and still has boido A handsome line of Men's Handkerchiefs at 5c, worth double the Wis., lays claim to the that sho had been doing a will Altoona, leige and hoary lord gets justico he Bho gave the assignee a large Very fine ones out of her. money. bo hanged, but those who know them champion high kicker of the world. His iiiess, Notwithstanding the cold weather a for collection against both say that tho old man is more sinned name is W.S.Stokes, and he has a record bunch of accounts Men's Unlaundcrcd Shirts 35c, worth 50c some of the most prominent men of the f.iir croud attended Danvillo court yesof ten feet six inches. against than sinning. 20c and 35c, worth 40c to 60c terday, but very little business was done. Neck Ties Tho Kentucky Legislature will be city. Dr. Robert Hardest', of Clinton Some butcher cattle sold at 2 cents hut Celluloid Collars 10c, worth 25c IUckntlv wo had occasion to arraign gin to sit January 2, aud according to the was arrested on the two lota were taken down at Jc. Steers Celluloid Cuffs Common-wealtand convict tho Covington new Constitution they can remain in Hickman county, 20c, worth 40c One of and heifers sold at 2c. A large number of charge of "body snatching." of theft; now we indict itfjr session for only 60 days. Laundered Dress Shirts 50c and 75, worth $1 and 1.25 his confederals got drunk and gave the mulea were on tho market but only a few falsifying the record and committing O. F. Davidson and office of them changed hands. From $50 to Silk Handkerchiefs and Mufflers at your own price forgery. The Louisville Titnea did not William Locke of the, Cumberland Val- secret away, and when the doctor's allude to the editor of this paper in tho ley Bank, have been indicted by tho was searched the body, with Bevera $100 was tho ruling price for them. Tho Kentucky Futurity for foals of others, was found under tbo floor. A way it says, nor lias it ever had occasion grand jury of Knox county. trap door under his bed Jed to the de- 1891 is a long ways off, Oct. 9, '94, but ia to do bo. Remember the story, or rather The Circuit Court Clerks of Kencausing a great deal of t ilk among trotprocure a Bible and read Acts 5 for the tucky will meet in Frankfort January 10 tection, Marion Ilectoeneth. tho notorious ting borne men. The stake ia guaranfirst lime, of Ananias and Sapphira, and to take into consideration the question of train robber, in jail at St. Louis awaiting teed to be worth not less than $20,000, Choice of all wool Dress Goods that were Hargains at 50c will be sold thank God that He does not now striko fees, especially in felony cases. penitentiary but Secretary I'M Tipton estimates that people dead for lying. in this sale ior Chairman Carter, of the Republican commitment to the Missouri 35c to serve n term of 25 yeare, now proba- tho surplus will bo $10,000, in which National Committee, has called a meetChoice ol all colors of best half wool Dress Goods at. ..20c, worth 35c After a month of weary and resultless ing of tho Executive Committee, to be bly realizes tho folly of profanity as well event the stake will bo worth $30,000, Amos kag and Lancaster Ginghams, warranted not to fade, at 5c, balloting, during which 1,150 were taken, m of theft. A shrew d plan to escape was the largest amount ever trotted for. held in Washington January 11 dead-loc- k had been the Louisville Board of in tho diflicult part worth Schaefer, the billiardist, beat Frank foiled after the r THOMAS YEAGKR. Aldermen was broken by the election of Ives by tho absurd score of COO passed, because hia swearing at tho ob- JAMES YBACEK. An elegant line of Dress Ginghams at worth I2j4 Jo 50 at O. F. Grainger to the presidency. A window attracted tho guard& Madison Square Garden, Chicago. He struction in a Flannels and Canton Flauncls at your own price. member bearing tho attractive patro In Clay county Joe Eversole shot also broke tho world's record by making nymic of Hulsewede, cut tho gordian and killed John Hord. The two mi n a run of 5GG. FEED AND SALE STABLE, knot and bounded at one leap into famo A bridge gave away on tho Western were first cousius and married sisters. The result is a defeat for Mayor Tyler, being too intiNow York & Pennsylvania road as an Hord accused Eversole of STANFORD, E.Y. and nearly all.'lthe nbwspapers, except passing over mate with hia (Hord's) wife. Hord was We'are accommodation train was in our new itiblein the Opera Houi. the Post, which scores quite a victory. i8 Will be sold for half their former price. Blockland ate well supplied with it, and five persons were killed outright a man of some wealth, and Eversolo present County Judgo tho uncle of the and six injured. of tho The fortune of Millionaire Culbertson NEW RIGS ANDIHORSES J. K. Armstrong, the embezzling and related to tho Eversolea Three spools of Clark's Thread for 10c; 4 papers Pins for 5c. LaHis B going the way he little intended. feud. The two men treasurer of Tipton county, Indiana, in Have been purchase J and noth dies' good Vests at 20c, worth 35c. And all our Calicoes, such as will cut off his daughter, Blanche, withwhose books a shortage of $30,000 was were drinking.urnouts will leave the (table. out a shilling, because sho married recently discovered, was found guilty Simpson's Blacks, Indigo Blues, Turkey Reds and all other best Mrs. Alice King, of Lawrenceburg, Give against bis will. She madoa contest, and sentenced to one year in the peni- has brought suit against that town for brands at 5c. Remember that wc have the largest stock of secured an equitable Bharo of tho estate, tentiary. $25,000. In January last her husband and paid her attorneys 555,000, although The Court of Appeals has overruled was placed in jail, on what cliargo is not !i the case was settled outside of court. tho motion for rehearing in tho railroad stated, and the night of his incarceration m.m m v v Money that comes easy goes easy, and tax cases. This involves about $1,000,-03- 0 tho jail burned, tho prisoner perishing , Mrs. Blanche can afford to bo liberal taxes on railroads, from which the in tho flames. Mrs. King alleges that under tho circumstances. 21. railroad companies were claiming to bo her husband oflered to pay his fine, but Which will be sold for less money than our competitors can buy refused to accept the money, the oflicera Bro. Ben. Bitiace, of the May field exempt under scperato acts. them for. Henry Givene, a negro accused of and the outcome of the trial is watched The Merriest ot all Karce Comedies The great Monitor, doesn't bother himself with i'lay for with interest. As we will be invoicing immediately after the Holidays, wc have State papers. Ho did not print the poisoning stock and suspected of putting -- Senator Voorhees introduced a bill poison in a fcchool well, drew a pistol on presiden't message, and this is all his concluded to close out most of the stock, and it must go no matter providing for the coinpge of seigniorage paper said about it: "The president'! a committee that ordered him to leave d what it brings. of silver now in the Treasury into message contained over 14,000 words, and Nebo, Ky. Next morning his body was A play produced for the sole purpose of aiding to silver dollars at a rate not less than Life Pleasant. make is an able document." We have 15 in found tied to a tree and riddled with 2,000,000 raothly; the purchase and coinpocketlwhich Bays that Ben- bullets. our inside Hilarity, Middlesborough Is without a water age of not less than $2,000,000 of silver jamin did not even read it, feeling safe Not a Serious the seigniorage is all supply, bo a dispatch Bays. The en- per month when in describing it as able. Kun. A Refined hntertalument. gineer was discharged, but before ho left coined, and the retirement of all notes Instantaneous Laughter. A Flay for All. Voluntary below $10 in favor of large notes and of Siiklbyyillk is trying to have water rjmoved the valves of the pumping Sid Hughes, Marguerite Darrill, works and electric lights. It is to be engine, and now the only water tho peo- $2.50 and 5 gold pieces, which are to be The King and Queen of Farce Comedy. hoped that better success will reward ple of the magic city can get is from yel- canceled. The resolution also provides A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors. monetary her efforts than have thoso of poor Dan- low creek. Tho court ordered the for another international Reserved seats on Sule at W. O. Mc Roberts' T. D. RANEY, Manager. Drug Store. engineer to restore tho valves. ville and Lancaster. LIGHT explained in the In and About Kentucky column of tho Courier-Journthat tho reason the magistrates have not received copies of tho new laws, is that December 19, 1893 tho legislature only provided for tho printing of a sufficient number for the magistrates to Berve under tho new conWALTON. stitution, about half as many as now, and they are being withheld for them. Neither tho public printer, librarian or secretary of State is to blame, and the : next legislative alono can remedy the trouble. Interior Joukne It is al Adam Shearer, of Bucyrus, Ohio, fell dead while taking n drluk of water. Tbo estimated cost to both sides of the great civil war of this country was We Will Slash Right and Left : PAGES. e gilt-edg- ed Xmas Presents Commencing Friday, e TheLouisville Store's Clearing-Sal- anti-Clevela- y re-ech- oed atep-moth- er. ITT. n Jt .5 TPT T TVTO ,w Arl I All-Wo- ol io al d lo Gents Furnishing Goods ii 1 Dry Goods and Notions. S'c. - YEAGER YEAGER, 7c, OT, Blankets and Comforts mgrripcD JJ JL ss French-Evereo- lo tlicm a Call. Walton's Opera House. n JL Thursday, December Btan-dar- A BRIGHT IDEA Spontaneous Thought. LOUISVILLE : STORE, STANFORD, ST., con-ferenc- i&d. if.h. SiLkm std&.fcfeM. : .qjgaeUJijfctfoAttJ W 1 PPlwSSpFSSSPSr Semi-Week- ly Mi Interior Journal 0189 3 Don't fall to boo the Hanoy Sisters in Lea vo your order nt McKinney Broe. W. H. Weaken & Co. are moving into their wonderful serpentine dance, for a Christmas turkey.' the store room lately occupied by the Thruaday, Dec. 21. m m Stanford, Ky., Da hiCKlinnof fresh inndies, nuts and postofllce. E. C. Walton, Business Manager MEANI IU8INE88. Buy yonr school books and school ol all klnils tit A. 11. Penny's. Watciik", clocks antl jowelry ropnlred and warrnntod. EnRrnvimf a specialty, T sup-plip- fl A. H. Penny's. TKlarj;oat stock of Druiifl. Mndlclnos, Perfumery, Patnta and Wall Paper at st ty. A. K. Penny's. Proscriptions a specialPOINTS. TEHSONAL Wahuo Allkn, hero Saturday. ol Harrodeburj,', was Mn. K. 1J. 1JKA7.LRY, whe has been vory ill, Is Improving slowly. JIish Mavmk Coiikn, of VerBallleB, Is vlflttiriK MJm Nra Moreland. Mibs Octavia Bizumoki has Kono to Loulflvillo to visit ft Rirl friend. Mits. T. S. Fnmt, of Urodbend, is tbo RtU'st of Mrs. Dr. V. 11. O'llannon. JIk. 11. K. Wbaiibn went to U'xlnuton Saturday to visit his son, GeorKo B. Vunrun. Slit, and Mks. John II. Kmnv, at Garrard, spent n few dayaat Mr. D. W. Van Stki'Uknb, of Crab beon tbo uuestof her relative, Son. Mrs. Auniu James. All tho money I havo is out now in Miih. UiiKCKKKiunoK JoNKs M.d child- small amounts that I cannot collect. So ren, after a visit to Mr. John M. Held, I have determined to work no more exreturned to St. Louis Saturday. cept for tho cash. T. J. Hatcher, boot " Die. 0. A. Cox and 13. W. Smith have and shoo maker. returned from ft hunt In Clinton county, Yov are cordially invited to call In at w hero they killed over 100 birds. OwHLKYand V. K. on en and see our lino of holiday goods, Mkmks. Lktciikk cum over to Bee which is complete in every particular. ShiiKiuH, of our prices beforo was a failure and Btald over It will pay you to if niarriBKO " buying. Furris A Hardin. Sunday. Juimjk ani MM.T.Z. Momtow were IloitNKii to Dkatii. A little girl of hero Monday on their way to Somerset, Georgo Gooch, in tho McKinney neighafter ft visit to Col. W. 0. Bradley at borhood, caught from a llro kindled in Lancaster. tho yard to burn somo rubbish, nnd was Mn. John Goocii, of the Gilberts burned to death beforo it could bo put Creek vicinity, kuyu n party Thursday enjoyed by out. night which was William Fioo, colored, is tho head of those present. Ksq , a prominent at- n family of '12 people. Ho married reA. K. Houunk, torney of Now CaBtlf, was bore this week cently and both ho and his wife had to see a stately beauty who resides on "ready made" families. Fig lives on tho cieek near tho bridgo on thelitis- Kant Main street. Texas banker tonville pike. Mil, M. 0. Miif in, JR. was hero a fow days ai:o, the uest ofi Tiik Bright Idea comes guaranteed to Dr. J. 11. Ownloy, and vsent from hero to ui as a clean and unobjectionable piny to visit his father. Mi. In every particular. It was written for Pmok. M. J. Bnouoii has accepted tbo the solo purpose of producing laughter aruncv for tbo American Hook Concern nnd tho object la said to havo been sucto put maps and charts In the school cessfully accomplished. houees In this county and Wayne. Mn. W. II. IIiooi.ns finds that Miss Tiik World's Almanac for ISO I is a Kdnu North, of Stanford, Is entitled to complete uncyclopnlia of events politi the prize In tbo Warren Hocker contest, cal, religious and statistical. Pay your t and If Bho will c ill on him he will subscription and wo will send it to you It. Hstpaid for 10 cents, tho publisher's Gov. andMim. J. II- McCbkahv came prico being 25 cents. near belli killed by n runaway team at Tiikiik was n great scramble for tho Washington, but fortunely escaped with ran into a four reserved seat tickets sent up in a. out injury. One of the horses They dropped in balloon baturdny. lamp K)t and was killed. D. 1'i.oitKNCe, of this place, lagan's Creek near Mr. H.J. Darst's, nnd Gkoiiok pot i'5 of the 82i.OOO In prises oueretl by were gotten by Mr. 13d Nevlns. The nailed on nnd landed in Mr. Pep tho Liggett A Myers Tobacco Co., for tbo balloon pits' Held two miles away. noareHt gucwea to the uttentlance at Hie World's Fair. The total was Tiikrk in no show now for Wils How1,030. ami Guorgu gui'ont'd ard, except executive clemency, tho MisMn. 0. W. Tkhiiy, tbo Highland mer- souri Court of Appeals having n tunned chant, wrlteB from Kddy, New Mexico, tho verdict of death. Tho execution is to have his jmpur changed to that place. fixed for Dec. 20, when in all human Mr. Terry ha been In bud health for probability tho Kentucky desperado w.l' some months nnd has pone to Now Mex- meet his deserts. ico with thohopo of regaining it, and wo J. P. Davis has received a letter from hear be is fast improving. Misses SukS. Milliiolbbr nnd Lucy T. C. Jasper, cashier of tho National Johns nro anticipating a delightful bank at Piano, Texas, saying that tho Christmas with their homefolka at robbers, who blow up tho Bafo of tho buik. got 519,100. Mr. Davis has 25 Blalraville, Pa., nnd Van Wert, 0., and will leavo Saturday. Tho shares in the institution, having bought other ladies of the college faculty will ro 20 recently at $l'M. main In Stanford during tho holidays. Pinkvillk's banging advertised for has retired from Oait. W. J. Wash Friday was indefinitely postponed. Tho , railrortdlug and rented his Court of Appeals had not pa.sed on Mr. llowen's farm near Visallu, 1 miles Marler's case, nnd as it has adjourned this side of Covington. Tbo old gentle- for tho holidays, without doing so, thero Capt. man guarantees him 2,000 profit. U no telling when tho cowardly assassin nnd Mrs. Wash havo many friends who will feel the halter draw. will bo glad to accept their standing Invitation to pall. W. t?. Jackson, of London, adjuster for tho L. A N., was hero Friday eettllng "CITY AND VICINITY. with Mr. J. S. Hundley for n m are recently killed by tho train. Ho paid him tho people's Jeweler. Dankb, 5175, which Mr. Hundley asks us to A Buioht InitA, Thnrsday, Dec. 21. state, was very satisfactory, notwithstanding it was not near tho renl vnluo Ciiiubtmah goods M half prico. Farrla of her. & Hardin. Miss JoKi-iiiNOr-char- duveer's. " Pnor. J. M. Hurnunn says tho collego fruits nt McKinney Broa. at noon Saturday next till 0 Tiiu fi'iai est of nil commedians, I luges o'clock, Tuesday Jan. 2, 1891. and Norton, at Walton's Opera Houbo i i Sine A Mknefkc nro building a black Thursday, Dec. 21. smith shop for Smith Kubry on Mill "A IIriuht Ideti" is to go and see the Btreet back of their lumber yard. elegant stock of Danks, tho Jeweler, be" Mkiiciiantb complain of hard times. foro buying your Xmas presents. Not so at Penny's; nlways busy. Ho Ladies, if you want nice cake for sells tho bpBt goods at low prices. Christmas, go to W. II. Brady nnd get a 13. C. Walton has rented tho red sack of Lexington Cream Flour. Iioubo now occupiod by Mrs. Bannlo Wanted Two couples for two fur Burks, and will removo his family to it nished front rooms with board ; also day 1. Jan. boarders, nt Mrs. Kat Dudderar's. 9 A. A. Waiihkn, as usual, has a beautiTiikiik will boa Christmas treo at Mc ful lino of holiday goods in China and Glassware. Call nnd see him before Kinnev in Waro's new store room, under tho Masonic hall, at 2 o'clock ChristmnB buying. day. All aro invited to take n part. Wk'hk after you with tho finest, best Good order will bo preserved. and cheapest stock of watches, clocks, TiiEtii: will boa basket supper at Gos- jowo'ry and novsltiea you havo over , hon, for tho benefit of tho seen. Danks, tho Jeweler. Saturday evening, Decomber 22rd. All Pktkii II has joined tho list of tho ladies are invited to como nnd bring retired merchants and will spend tho n basKet, and assist in n cood cause, time between this and tho primary in dispatcher. Mr. W. F. Tiik running down votes for jailor. Sheridan, is making n record. He tells Ouit great salo of sample shoes has us that for tho second week)in December been tho talk of tho town. New lot just tho over time amounted to but f 8 25, received at entiio price, 51.03, worth against $207 for tho same week in Noi'., llandfo per pair. B. F. Jones it vember. will closo m Jddcik Vau.non hold 13. W. Graham in 5100 ball for striking Henry Turner on the head with n gun. A week ago wo advertised fS.OOO frr loan on renl estate. Since then fully 50 persons havo applied, again proving that 5 1 alvertising payp. Buy one for n present. Wo have thu hnndfomest lino of Smyrna, Moquetto and Fur Bugs over shown in tho city Severance A Son. ATPenny's you will find tbe largest, best selected stock nnd latest styles in watches and jowelry. New stock just received at prices lower than tho lowest. m Broke Aoain. A short timongoMr. J. II. Bright has the misfortune to drop a 10 pound weight on his foot, crushing Sutiday-Rchco)- the bone. It had begun to knit and get on nicely, when ho broke itngiin yesterday, causing him untold suffering. CHURCH ami-to- n AFFAIRS. no-trai- n m 1ms Tiik firH snow of tho teason covered tho ground Sunday mornlnir. and nil day long gusts of it came mid went, making it a very disagreeable day. Yesterday's bright sun melted most of tho snow nn-- left tho earth bare again. Warmer and fair is predicted for to-dam Uni-netcr- , gt Tiii: lecture course did not start ofl very tl.ittoringly financially to the association, owing to several other attractions, but wo nro hoping for better things. Mr. Fred D. Losey proved ngnin his exceeding treat versatility in impersonation by giving tho dramatizi tion of Charles Dickons Oliver Twist, in which ho represented 13 characters very praiaworthily, being especially felicitous in thosoof Mr. Humble and Fagin. m pro-sen- - Tub debato at Turnersvillo Saturday between tho Caledonian Society nnd the M 13. Ts. of tho Stanford Academy was largely attended and greatly enjoyed. Tho question was, "Should Women be Logan Allowed to Voto?" Messrs. Hughes, Carter Mooro nnd II. M. Powell argued that they should and Messrs. H. M. New land, S. W. Menefee and J. A. BeazlevJ that they should not, nfter which tho judges, Messrs. Hill, Cooper and Crow, decided in favor of tho negative. Misses Lizzie Menefee and Kthyl Bonzley entertained tho meeting with well rendered recitations. The Society will meet again on Saturday night nnd the public is cordially invited. Just us wo finished writing this, some of tlio boys camo in to Bay that tho judges were mistaken in which wero tho aillrmatiro and negative sides nnd havo since decided that they meant to civo the honors to tho nllirmntivc. Dr. Guerrants meeting nt Richmond resulted in 12 additions. Head our Christian Kndpnvor We will make it a feature of our Friday's iesuo hereafter. Thero will be a special song sprvice nt the Christian Endeavor next Snndny nfternoon, n feature of it being a boIo by Miss Alice Holmes. Program in next issue. Tho Presbyterian membership voted unanimously Sunday to call Bev. W. A. Slnymaker as Btated supply for the year 1S9 at thcpamo salary paid him this year. He has not given his reply yet, nnd will not do so till ho has "taken it to tho Lord in prayer," nnd been directed by Him. Miss Jessie Ackermnnn, President of tho Australian W, O. T. U. has, last fivo years, traveled over milep, nnd converted 0,000 women nnd S,000 men, besides writting about 700 newspaper articles nnd raising $9,000 for the cause. Mips Ackermann is now lecturing on London. Near Vnuceburg, Bev. Asa Emmonp, whilo conducting n rpvivnl meeting nt Mt. Olive, became suddenly insaue nnd announced himself as the Christ. Many of the mourners had been wrought up to such a stnto of excitement that until it became npparent that ho was out of his head they were inclined to believe bla assertion. The Methodist meeting is growirg and widening; in numbers and results. col-um1 dur-imrit- GO TO And choose your Xmas presents from a stock that is up to date in style and prices. You surely will be pleased for vve DANKS 1 Jl have selected JN 'I i 100,-00- 0 Goods that will sell. No need now to go out of town for presents. Wc can suit the most fastidious. If you know a good thing when you sec it, go to the JeweleR. That is a jeweler. Every article guaranteed strictly as represented. The "mourner's bench" has been revived, and nightly thero are many who occupy it, anxiously inquiring what they shall do to bo saved. Church members tell ua that more than a dozeL families who never hnd family prayer before, havo erected altars, and that the members generally are Ptirred up as they nevor havo been before. Bev. II. C. Morrison, who is doing tho preaching, is a remarkable man, and his sermons are full of enthusiasm and originality. The ineotini! will continue indefinitely STANFORD, KY. 1 Only 1 Week, Then the Season of Gifts, the season of Peace and Good Will. Do not let your generosity run to prodigality, but buy the useful things that must be bought whether m -1,- -lS -- m m father-in-law- 1 Death. Mr. O. M. DeCoo, after a NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. long illness of abscess of tho liver, died Sunday and his remains will bo shipped in to Michigan, his former home, FOR A- charge of his brother, Mr. Abe DeCoo, who came n week ago. Mr. DeCoo was : an engineer on tho L. it N. nnd was highly thought of by tho commu- For younelf how woul.l a good pair of nity, employers nnd employes. Ho wns a mnn of lino impulses and devoted to his family, who in thoir loss havo tho StriVe you t If you nerd them come .it once and mo your order to that I can have them ready sympathy of all good people. A week giveyou Remember I guarantee my work. If lor you need any repairing alto bear in mind that ago Mr. DeCoo professed religion and was received into tho Presbyterian church by Bev. W. A. Slaymaker, and his death was a complete triumph over It the man that can do it. Office over YeagCT & Ycager't Livery Stable. tho wicked one, for his last words were praise of tho living God. His wife nnd four children will leavo in n fow days for Stockholders' Meeting. their homo at Grand Ledge, Mich., tak ing with them tho best wishes of all who A meeting of the ttockholders of the National became acquainted with them during Dank of Hustonville will be held at their banking house in Hustonville Tuesday, Jan. 9, 1894, betheir sojourn hero. Mr. DeCoo waa a tween the hour, of 10 and 3 o'clock for the purmember of tho Masons and tho Brother- pose of electing tune directors to wrve during the entiling year. J V. HOCKER, hood of Locomotive Engineers anil car83 Cashier. ried 5 1,000 insurance. to-da- y -- Christmas Present hand-mad- CHRISTMAS : COMES ..'i e BOOTS OK SHOES T. J. HA.TOHER Or not. Our house is full of Bargains which we make as a contribution to the public, so that every one may have a chance to secure a useful present for their friends. Our Cloak stock is now within the reuch of all and you need not be cold when warmth is so cheap. Our Table coths and Napkins are so low that all can make a Christmas spread and our American bird would be proud to be eaten from such a spread. Before the old year is consigned to his last resting place we are determined to do all we can to help him resurrect. We begin on a good linen Towel at 5c, 10c, I2c. 20c, 25c, 40c, 50c, 75c, jSi, 1.25, 1.50; oua Table Cloths run from Si, 1.25, 1.50, 2.00, 3.00 upas high as 6.oo, with Napkins to match. We have a few more nice Table covers left that must be closed; also a few Seal Muffs and a nice line of Fascinators. We sell you Handkerchiefs cheaper than ever before, beginning at 2 for 5c and 5c apiece and running as high as 50c, 75c and 1. 00. Mufflers from 25c to 2.50. Our Glove stock is superb. in Kids, Jersey; Dog Skin, Buck Skin, Seal Skin, Yarn Mittens and anything needed. What would be a nicer Tiik examining trial of Jim Banks DiAMONimand other precious stones at charged with tho murder of Jim Middle-toDanks1, tho Jeweler. wbs called Saturday and continued Fon the next 30 days 1 will eoll lints at till Wednesday, on account of tho Those who nro of witnesses. cost. Alias Liccio Beazley. working up tho caso say that they havo 'Wanted To borrow $100 on renl- - no doubt of Banks' guilt, but whether (Btato. Apply at una oiuce. tho circumstances will connect him with of Rowland, is rejoic tho killing suUlcIent to hold him, thero Gkohok Mooiik, may bo n dillerenco of opinion. oiHuuy. n, nb-son- - ing oyer tno arrival of Finkht candy for ft preennt. A box candy from W. B. McKoborta. variety CiimsTMAB presents in endlets very cheap at u. .iminor u. and Baibins, Currants, Citron, Nuts, and purest Candies nt A. A. Warren. Kleqant lamps, chamber seta and Uardln's. dinner seta ftt Farris & r Tiik event of tbo and dances. Darvil in her catchy aonga Dec. 21. , ,, yourself that our lino has Convincs . . ...11it DnnlfB , t)in i -nevor beioro ueeu ciiumn.- -. Jeweler. Beason-Margurite - 1 Tiik company presenting the comedy n most amusing performance hero Saturday night, which was greatly enjoyod by those present. Up to tho eud of the second act it looked liko tho afllrmativo of the question had been proven, but everything got lovely and the goose hung high beforo the grand finale, when overy body was reconciled, evon to Lnwyer Foxglove, tho character so admirably presented by Mr. Joseph LeBrandt, and the woman he had married under tho also impression that "she waa so rich." The orchestra was a decided feature and added its full quota to the enjoyment of tho evening. "la Marriago n Failure?" gayo Giiaded School. Quito a Inrgo meeting of representative men responded to A meeting of the atockholden of the Farmers tho call in our last issue for a meeting to Dink A: Trust Co. will be hud at their banking house in Stanford on the Mist Wednesday in consider tho graded school question. '94, for the purpose of electing 11 directors Mr. J. W. Alcorn called tho meeting to to servo the ensuing year. J. 11. OWSLIJV. 83 Cashier. some remarks relative order, and mado to tho graded school law, which ho read. Stockholders' Meeting. It requires that beforo tho voto can bo must sign taken, nt least 10 A m ting oi the stockholders of the First Natho petition, giving tho boundary, loca- tional lUnk will be held nt their banking house on the in January, tion of building, etc. On motion S. W. in Stanford purposesec nd Tuesday directors lor 18QI1 for the of electing 11 the ensuing year. JOHN J McROUEUTS, Menefee was mado secretary A 83 Othier. composed of A. It. Penny. W. F. McClnry and Joo Severance waa ap A SINGER pointed to fix tho boundary of tho district. Mr. McClary estimated that it : would cost 53,150 to conduct the school a nice tho first year, and ho thought that 3 j Would make or sister. Christmas Present for your You can get them in any mother, wile cents on the5100and51polltax would lo style and at most any price sutliclont to levy. A motion was mado W. Office, to lecato tho school on tho present publoffcy to buy tho Opposite the you Houte I all and scents samlic school Bite, nnd nnother don't think of buying. Repairs, ples, even if Femalo College buildings, which, it was supplies and attachments ulwaji on hand. said, could bo done for 53,000. Dr.S. G. Hocker moved that a committee be njf pointed to meet tho trustees of the and President J. M. Hubbard, to Having Opened a New Barber see what it could be bought for, and Shop, also to see if Mr. II. C. Farris would sell On South Main Street, half war between the Myhis property on the hill. It was adopted, ers House and Coffey House, I solicit the patronage of the public. I am prepared to accommodate and Dr. Hocker, Joe Severance and W. ladies as well as gentlemen. Special attention givG. Welch wero appointeJ. The meeting en to children. Shiving, hair cutting, sharnpoe-n-g, dyeing and also singeing. Give me a call. then adjourned to hear the reports at JOHN COOK, JR. next Saturday. 2 p. in. Jan-uiry, tax-payecom-niltte- Stockholders' Meeting'. Christmas . PRESENT ThananiceMoquettRugat 1.00, 2.00, 3.00 and 4.00, ora nice pair of Waol Blankets at 2.00 up to Coo. We also have cotton Blankets as low as 75c. We have been and will continur to be headquarters for LADIES' : UNDERWEAR, o Sewing Machine At J. Perrin's In muslin and Jersies, both Vests and Pants and in Union Suits; also headquarters for the celebrated French corsets both in J. Bs. and the P. Ds. from 1.00 to 2. 50. Wewill offer the men some wonderful Bargains in clothing, boots and shoes; we cave many and it is enough to say to a wise man the must be reduced; we can give you an Overcoat from 4.50, up to 15.00, made of good material. Our Storm Overcoats we have been compelled to buy the second time and arc now able to supply the demand; we have some Boots to close at 1.25, 1.50, 1.75,2.00 that ARE UNEXCELLED. We invite all to this J ci cjI-leg- o, NOTICE. Feast of Low Prices, And we spread a Xmas turkey in every department. HUGHES & TATE. !J ,1 n If t" '. A . Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouml HOW NYE AERIVED. A TIN i; N ; n u v Stanford, Kir., December 19, 1893 GETTING INTO LONDON WITH W. P. WALTON. TRUNK AND AN APPETITE. ! . Putting Up at nrotrn'a Hotel Where tlio Hill Grows In All Kinds of Wcotlier Nye IMnys Golf nod Scatters Sweetness Abroad. Copyright, 1SP3, f t - t V . rt. cures disease Without Medicine, St. DuBois&WeM) NAjMviitr, LOR OlRMINaHAM, JESf-Send ur ABsonmox. Autumn, 1803. j When I left America, to bring rofino-meand tho light of tho gospel into Great Britain and Ireland, I was told to go to an hotel first aud lodgings afterward. A friend told ino to go to Brown's hotel in tho Strand. In landing at Waterloo station, which is handy to London, the Latter Part of ) by Edgar V. Nye. nt 4th & J err. LOUISVILLE, KY. COLE BLDQ. Tcni. AlA. i" I. tor 00 Cotington, Ky It If ceruirily a wonderful instrument ii n J it is more wonderful as to how it docs Its work, yet it T. K. U. Urinley. does it. 1 he veteran plow manufacturer ol the Souli. Louisville, Ky. With the Electropoise I have cured dvspepiia, conitlpation and liver trouble, lagrtppe, heai ache torthache,bad colds, rheumatism, neuialgta, colic and piles. The results are wonderful, chills and fever 1 have seen cured in 60 minutes. E. Ii. Lyle, Churchill, Ky. The Electropoise will cure many cases ct alscaso where nothing else will. It ha worked like n Kev Geo H. Meac, charm In my family. tttt. rC Testimonial. book ton-slll- tit, ..TAKE THE.. . w . " C)jJoaisv!in ih .Uort J SS3a:cl7iC5SiXEu..duiWBlcW Cxi' LJ$- - THE POPULAR AND DIRECT PLOWING UP A PAPER RAO. ; i LINE TO the jxstoffico and courthouse, I took a four wheeler and had my nice new tin trunk put on tho top. This trunk I borrowed of our hired girl, Josephino Pinnero, heir apparont to tho throno of tourist. Ranpano, king of tho common people on tho coast of Africa. She loaned mo her trunk. It is of tin, painted to resemblo a typical Btinset, and has n handlo op. the top. I had to pay my board in advanco whilo I carried this trunk. If it had been full of coupons, it would havo mado no difference With that aud a soft felt hat I could havo boarded among pickpockets all winter with safety. "Where to, sir?" camo tho gentle, ginny voico of tho cabman. "Brown's hotel, Stniud," I answered as I finished up a bag of popcorn which I brought from hoina. "There is no Browusotel on tho Strand, sir," says tho drivor, who was much better dressed than 1 and declined in n stiff manner to help me closo out tho popcorn. "Well, is there another Brown's hotel?" I asked as I blow tip tho paper bag and busted it in the ear of a policeman, with a ringing laugh. ' ' Yes, sir. Thero's ouo on Dover street, ence told mo of his past lifo and ordered a lunch to be brought to me at tho end of tho link. Tho link is tho round ono has to make, a sort of tour over tho 'eat a, as Clarence calls it, with gopher holes uo far apart, which you go for with yoar ball. Tho winner is tho man who get his ball in theso gopher holes with the least number of swats. That's swat's tho matter. Yon hit tho ball as hard as possiblo in getting from ono hole to another, and the gamo is fraught with as much excitement as kicking a frozen fried cake along a wintry road. When yon get near the hole, however, you must Imj more careful, or yon will mis?. You must nlso get your ball out of any bad place, too, whero you have driven it, ami must uso the golf club to do it with too. You can imagine Jiow I felt when I drove my ball into tho midst of a picnic hero, and it landed in tho marmalade glass of a young lady of raro beauty. Knowing tho rules of tho gamo, sho remained liko a statuo until I camo up and with wonderful skill drovo tho ball Bafely across tho field, leaving a track of marmalado " 'arf way across tho 'eath," as Clarenco said. This incident was printed and commented upon adversely by tho London press, so I givo it hero correctly in order to set myself right. The press in stating that I scattered a quart of jelly, a jar of pickles and the brains of an intellectual dog overthoen-tir- e party was grossly wrong, and tho report hurt mo a good deal among friends who had invited mo to como and play golf with thorn nnd who nfterward excused themselves on tho ground that diphtheria had broken out in their families. Golf is a Scottish game, nnd is as full of dry humor aud pious, ringing, girlish laughter as tho death of Lady Jane Grey Yesterday Mr. Gladstone laid asido tho polka dot cravat which ho lias used eo long. This is a sign that summer is over now. In tho spring ho puts it on a when tho IWalteso catkins show on the willows. Gladstone still wears tho scarlet woolen socks, which ho had in 1859, when I first visited England a poor and unknown tliem-solvehow-ove- r, said pnttlivrlv cures piles, or no pay required. It . guaranteed to k'lv. perfect satisfaction Prico 5 cents per hot or "momy retundrd H t'ennv. "liinlnfd, Kr. A to et, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, trttcr, chap ps hands, chilblains, corns and all skih erup 1 The Bucklln's Arnica Salve. be! salve In the world tor cuts, bruises Farmers Rank&Trnst OF STANFORD, KY Co L slHH t HsUHHHsHsHHIIsw tio so'e' Is now lully organised and ready for business witk SUCCESSOR toTHR LINCOLN NATIONAL ol Kr. University, Lexlncton, Kr., wm awarded I will give free or charge BANK OK STANFORD, LIFE-SIZE- D PORTRAIT' Now closing up) with the same assets and undti ONE BY THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION. the same management. Kyatrsn orHook.krrplasr n Ily provisions of its chatter, depositors are as Tor To ecry person that will hac one clcrcn of my Huatnru t.tluratlnn. m.. cost to Urnrrstl complete have fully protected as aie depositors in National fim labiLcta made up till Christmas day. .!"iM,c.cur"f.boulf0i'nc"'mgtulllon.books .t Banks, its shareholders being held Individually Mid board. Phonography, Typ Writing and a sample of the porlrrit at my galkty lhal 1 stock in elve away Come and see what a cift )ou liaoleto theeatcntof th amount of their to Iht Teleeraphy taiianl. For circulars, addrea.. W. K. MM1TII, l'mlUrnt, therein at the par value therrol, in addition will set with ctery doicn cabintts. BIG OFFER. Paid up Oftpital'of Surplus, . $200,000 1.1 000 paj fc IsillllllVsWsW 'sssBssw star ssssiir- - rw slAAain, . m srtxsslm. vvrrniwniiM . .! taw K att il.. MEDAL AND DIPLOMA 1 pro-pn- amount invested tn auch shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully si an individual. To those who entrusted their buisincss to ui while mnagine the Lincoln National Hank 01 I Stanford, we we here tenderour many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their busimi with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attes it From my lot in Stat.foul, Murtlav nlcht. a bay tion to same, our twenty years' experiencecos and as liberal accommodations as ate bor.r, iln hilt ire' btl.md, ri.it li lop l I"1' bankingwith sound hanktne lll pay lor his sisttnt ami fntula on left thoildtr. I . n turn or tnlcrtnatlon thut will eel him tllHICTOHS. WASHING ION HOONK, fa J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; ;Stf A. J KARP, Stanford, Ky Llnrto, K. STOlOilT MYERS HOUSE MITERS STABLE p. ff.CREEN, Prop. Tnis stable, which Is run n confection with to. wtll'kiiuwn Mycrs'Iloiite, has'becn supplied with ITotioe For xlent. A Splendid & Blue Grass Farm, Lancaster pike, lit or ti as the Dr On Danville Walter Owsley homestead, ccitainlrK about JJO acre., hire brick. itiiUtiiCf 01 six rooms and splendid outbuildings. Al.o'or sale pn tly io 16 hogs, lot cl tattle, 4 head hoisis, 8 luco Apply to S. E. stacks hay, farming irnpltim-ntKarmei. Ilan 0sle on tl.o farm or mj self at J. II. OWSLUV. 8, eei, J. F.uibry, Stanford; J E. Lynn, Stanford; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mlllcdgcvills, Ky S. II. Shanks, President. Dr. J. II. Owsley, Cashier, V. M Plight, Telle S J.M. Hail.Manfoid; J.S. Owsley, Slatifcrd; A'Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, .ruwimer's Supplies and Is better than ever isupply tho public with prepaid F1RST-CLA8- 8 RIOS OF.ALI, KIND8, Personal and piomptattenlioo AI.11URNS, Manager given to Wedding P. W. GUF.EN, Proprietor. TEE ADVOCATE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. Clover Ilav For Sale. Will ilrlhcr either to Hither baled or utibalttl Rowland crbutifoiu I'nc. xerv low. I. ll. IlF.e7Ll.Y. So im Stanlurd, Ky Capital Stock- Surplus S20O.OO0 I 1 Comes to you every other day In the year for only Jj The cheapest and best paper in Kentucky, jo cents gets It fcr three, months. Ad ote.s, TH1 ADVOCATE, Uautllle, Ky. lfctU-l- 2 ,300 . Now how difTer"Ttl I havo como hero on a Dutch steamer only to bo tho pet and favorito of duchesses ovor since my WORLD'S FAIR Visitors, remember the Monon it the line. witl Vestibuled Trams. Dining Cars, Palace Chan Cars, Pullman Buffet Sleepers, at lowest rates. For information address IAS. BARKER, C P. A , Chicago. W. O CRUSH, n P A.. Lmiivill arrival. Just to show a friend from Dakota my pull here, tho other day whilo I was walking with him on St. Jnmes streot I heard tho toot of the tallyho coach from Hampton Court. Tho driver is dressed ns swell as possible in lino fitting uniform with whito beaver hat, and the footman looks liko Thackeray's dream. "Thero," says I, "Alick, that's my coming now. How would you liko to tako a fiier down to Hampton Court to seo if I havo paid too much for it. You go tooling down there with me, look at tho rancho nnd range, water, grass for stock, etc., r.nd then tell mo what it's worth. If I've paid too much for it, I want to know it, so as to stop payment on ono of my checks." When tho coach got alongside tho eoIo-iblew a merry blast which mado everybody look around. I threw up my hand in a courtly way, acquired whilo justice of tho txalico court in Laramie City, and Btopped tho gorgeous equip-pngFortunately we were tho only passengers, so I showed my friend how tho brako worked, told him how I bought tho off wheeler of the speaker of tho house of commons and generally gave him tho history and price of everything. Wo had a good time, and I blow him off at tho Queen's Arms at Hampton to lunch. It four-in-han- Attention of the public is invited to tho fat that this is tho only National Hank in Stanfeid Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the carltal liability lor at by the stockholders lock, Situated amount but 107 acres ol land with a !.ri;e house equal to the stock, so that drpotitors ot tn Kuwljiid nn.l stew occupiiU by J W. Adrrs. this Institution are secured by a fund of ' iria m and known a. Five tworn statements of thecnnditlon of the bank J S. OWbLKY, Trustee. ate luadc each yesrto tho United States govern, Manfard, Ky. ment and its assets are eiamlned at stated lime, So 4t by government agents, thus securing addititona snd pcifect safely to depositors. This institution, originally established as ths Deposit Hank of Stanford In iJj. then iicd as the National Hank ol Stanford In iMjand as the First National Hank ol again Stanlnrd in i!4, has had practically an unicter ruplcd rltencecf 31 years. Ills better supplier) MY BRIOK LIVERY STABLE, new with facilities fortransactinKbusiness prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and Situated on Depot Street In Maafrrd. Ky , or I honorable caiecr. Accounts of corporations, fldu county. will exchange for nal wtate In Litico'n ctancs, firms and individuals respectfully solic MI..SH'H:. 801m Staofsid, Ky. ltd Ths Directory ol this Hank is composed ot Korrstus Krid, Lincoln couuty, S. T. Harris, Lincoln; G A. Lackey, Lincoln; For Rent for 1894. K SUPER'S : WEEKLY. IlltlHtrtitesl. Harper's V eekly is lyond all qumtion the leading Journal in America, In its splendid illutlra. tlons, in Its corps ol diatinjtuishrd contributor!, and in it vast army of readers. In special lines, It draws on the highest cider of talent, the men ! fitted by position and Iralnlnir to Ural the leading lepics of the day. In fiction, the ii.o.t cenlribule to Its columns, Sopular drawings b) the lore most artista lllHStiate Its special aitlclrs. Its stoilcs, and every notable event ofpublu Inlerrst, it cents ns poitraits af Jhe distinguished men and women who arc mak lag tho hlstniy of the time, while special alien Hon Is given to the Army snd Navy, Amateur bperts, and Music ant! the Drtma, by distinguished experts In a w(rd. lUrprr's Wetklj, the new s fratutrs of Ihe ilaily paper ai d the artistlr and lnciaty qualifies of the uisfasine with th solid critical character of the review. siory-wnlcrs ccm-bin- Jvu For Sal or Rent. JN DR.W. B. PENNV Dentist. Harper's CXI recently seated by Dr. Lre P. Huffman, Stanford, K Office South Mde Mam St , In office .iV VOU ARE GOING d NORTH M-JL5M WSST, Stanford; M D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hitt.Stanford. K. L. 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Address: IIAKI'KR A AKOTHERS, New Numler for Jsnuary el each year Wlun tin tiarj mrntoned, subscriptions will begin with the Number current at the lime of receipt of order. Iktuid Volumes of Harper's Weekly far three jcars I ac , in t.rt cloth binding, will be sent by mail, postage paid, or by express tree ef expent .pnvided the fiechl does cot sxeced otc dollar olurree of the. UVrkly with the first Is the line for you, as its Double Etaily Trains Make close connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Kor all points. THROUGH-TICKET- r i .Stantord, Ky Or W. W. PENN, Trav. Pass. Agem, Junction City, Ky SOLD. BAGGAGE C1IECK.HD THROUGH For any information ..iqiiire of JOES. RICH. Agent. BEST OFFER EVER MADE i $5,000 Cash Given Away CINCINNATI prey to burglnrs and robbers. Tho ruso was Bucce&sful. No ono was thero to crowd tho streets and congest traffic. Wo drove to Brown's hotel on Dover street, and I was soon assigned to tho room which seemed to match my steer-ag- o trunk and Ellis island bag. It was 0 shillings pur day, but that did not include amount brought forward, attendance, uso of electric light, bath, use of poker and firo shovel, uso of fire escape, breakfast, luncheon, dinner, tea and coffee, sugar, milk, uso of sugar tongs, desserts, ices, 6uppers, wear nnd tear of napkin, children's board, board of valot, sherry, madeira, corkage, port, uso of corkscrew, claret, eauterno, burgundy, chablis, hock, moselle, champagne, uso of nut crackers, liquors, spirits (of just men rectified, I presume), alo and Btout, aerated waters, cigars, sundries and sir." "Well, go thero, colonel," said I, "and don't spare your stock. Pound him on the back, for I'm as hungry as a grizzly at an afternoon tea." I entered London at night as Julius Cresar did, so that peoplo would not desert their business to como to tho train, thus leaving their homes aud shops a oik. e. rorSale-bynllUniexis- Mother Prlend robll pain of It) tormr ami shortened labor. I havo tho hcalthicat cliiM Iurcra.iwr. Mm. L. M. Aiiejix, Cocbnxn, Ga. Sent by expreM, charge prepaid, on receipt of nrlce, SI JO jcr bottle, lloolc "To MoUicrV tiiai led free. BRAOPIELD REGULATOR CO., My wife, after having used Mother's Friend, passed through tho ordeal with littlo pain, was stronger in one hour than in a week nftcr tho birth of her former child. J. J. McGoldiuck, Beans Stn., Teun. ISO!. REEFER'S MGBZINE. llHiHtrtitiHt. FREE CONSULTATION, And examination at his Private Atuutta.Oa. Myers House, Stanford, Jan. 2, WIFT'S SPECIFIC at noon. till Wednesday Harper's Magsiine for ity witl maintain ire character that has made it the favorite illustrated periodical fer thr home the tcsnlts of Parlors at the entrrpri.ee undertaken by Amonf the publishes, there will appear durmc the year superbly Illustrated papers on India by Edwin Lord Weeks, en the Tuesday, Japanese M:a.ons by Attie.1 Parsons, on Germany by Poultney lllgelow.cn Pans l.y Ulchjrd liar-eliDavis and 00 Mexico by Frederic Iteming-toni n. From Tuesday morning till Wednesday noon. Keturning every lour weeks during theyesr. V entire system, eliminating whether FOR renovating the breakage 1 s I of scrofulous or malarial origin, this preparation has no equal. . . "Far ticktetn tnenthi I had an all Poisons from the Bloody asKsBHSBBBBBHSv k Among the other notable features of the year will be novel, by (jeorne dn Maurler and Charles Dudley Waraer, Ihe rrrsonat remtmsceiKes sf D. Howclls and eight short stnrle of Western frontier life by Owen Ulster. Short stories will also be contributed by Premier Matthews, Hlchard Harding lavft, Mary E. Wilklns. Kuth McEnry Stuart Mils Laurence Alma Tadrma, .eoige A. Hlbbard, Quesday de Heaurepalre, Thomas Nelscn Puge, and oihsrs. Articles on topics ol current Interest will be contributed by distinguished specialists. HARPER'S PERIODICALS Ter Year: Harper's Magarine Harper s Weekly Harper's Ilarar . Harper's Young People .. Postage Krro to all subscribers States, Canada and Mexico. ... .... M 1 4 00 4 00 Weekly Enauirer. Every club of Ten Yearly Sub-ecribera will get one fcbaro of $5,000. Every club of Five Yearly scribers will get ono half a ehare of Sub- $5,000. Tho number of shares is fixed by tho number of clubs of ten that will bo received by us from Nov. 1, 1893, to March 31, 1894. - l ; f r i I LI If ; ; On an offer of 81,500 last spring, running three- months, ending June 30, 1893, for clubs of five, each club agent received 84.53 in cash besides his commissions. That offer was 8500 a month for three months. Wo now offer 81,000 a mouth for fivo months, pr a total of did not remember that I broke anything, so I asked about it. No bill at a hotel is correct without an item for breakage. "Beg pardon," said I, with wonderful gTaco and civility, "but I cannot remember that I havo broken anything except tho shell of a soft boiled egg day before yesterday, and that i3 a common offense." "Very true, indeed," said tho cashier, a beautiful, long waisted girl, with a voico like a meadow lark, "but you forgot that tho egg wa3 n surpriso and shock to you, sir, and that you broke ono of tho commandments at the time." I was so knocked out that sho stood with her watch in her hand aud counted mo out according to ring rules. I did not oven venturo to say what was truo, that they wero not her commandments, but I paid tho charge, which was two and tattng tor en my tonzut. I U'JJ treated by belt local fhyncians, lut obtained no relief; the tor gradually grew irorte. I finally tock S. S. S., and teat entirely cured after using a few bottlet." C. 11. .... 4 CO in Ihe United .ioo slWBpSsiisiiiiift ..sQ McLejiore, fig M&y Henderson, Tex. TREATISE on Blood and frtc Skla " 'isLJ PI.AYLVO OOLP. Tim bwirT bruciFic Co, Atlanta, 02. was a mighty tough lunch I must admit. A hot Irish stow with "shillalys" in it and a mug of bittor constituted tho o programme, and to ono who is not used to it beer from a metal mug tastes liko boncset drunk from a now zinc lined sink. But wo had a good timo. I asked tho driver now and again how tho leaders wero standing it since tho rainy weather, and all such things, till my friend Alick en-tir- :Hor(ol!i!Wernfi.R Schedule Nov. iy, iSt-- j Nolumrs of the Magazine lgln with the ol June and Deceiuber ol each year. When no time Is mentioned, subscriptions will . with tho Number cutrrent at the time of the tin receipt of order. Hound Vols of Harper'a Mag. nc M,r ',h,fc Jr.ar ba.ck ,n nf 'o'h l"nd-in- r. will 1h sent by mail, peist.pald, on receipt of jj volume Cloth Cases, lor Dindmg. to cents ea by mail, Remittances should le isado by Poet. office Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance of loss Address HARPFR .V HHOTHrRy. New ork Jfi' Vuribers pr h-- post-pai- Dr Appleman, formerly of New York, now permanently locattd 111 1 ( uiswlle, Ky , is a graduate of lkllcvue Hospital Medical Collece, New York City, the most notable) Institution of its kind In America. He has made a sreciat study of Ihe UMFER'S : BEZER. IlliiHtratutl. 6aid: i I I :l Yet Brown's is a good hotel, and tho prico of board and lodging thero is not high. It is when you ask whether it ia likely to rain or not, or uso tho inkstand or door mat that tho bill runs up. Your receipted bill also has a stamp on it, besides tho regular commissions, and which I presume you pay for under tho heading of lick yours (liquours) (Scot-lau- d will Yard joke). Guarantee 40 percent. Gross Profit Yesterday most nil day I played golf. 1 took Clarence along to carry my go'f A full club of fivo or ten must swatters. Theso swatters aro a comprocomo at ono timo in order to share in mise between a street car hook and a this offer. crop. Clarence took tho umbrella stand Agents may send as many clubs as full of theso things a recoptaclo mado they can raiso within timo specified for tho purpose of holding six or seven and can have papers sent to any kinds of swatters. Tho field consisted of a paddock owned address. Tho WEEKLY ENQUIRER is by tho Duko of Devonshire containing tho Largest, Beet, Clean, Moral, Ele- 10 acres of ground and seven decayed vating Dollar Newspaper for a family horses. It might havo been ono of tho saw tho favorite now printed in tho United decayed nobility, but when IIcould uot wind was from that quarter States. Sample copies free. help noticing it. e I wore my new golf clothes, and ENQUIRER COMPANY, cheered mo with his presence. Tho CINCINNATI, O. day was cold and kept me active. Clar sir. "Yer a regular oner, ain't yo? Lord, but don't yer put it on over hero, though? But I know yo, Bill, when yer was poor; didn't I, Bill? I knowyo when yer hadn't struck a lick at litterytilro $5,000 for five months, and was practicin law nnd had to go to tho other law ofllco to get warm. Remember that? Now look at yo! Too y proud to drivo tho Deadwood and Scientific American here, by gawney, aud let stago. 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(TO JIB CONTIXCEI1. 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! CIIAl-TI'I- t imxAKtKn but not wealthy. I wan then, though a young man, the richest planter of the La Fourcho. I had a rival, Napoleon Castcx, who was settled In Cuba, but who often came over to enjoy the Aoclul festivities of the mild winters In Now Orleans. Our rivalry was close and hharp. I wnn nucccsnful, and gained the man'n lusting hatred In c. I must go back Mr. Itostock) to tlio tunc of my mn-lapo- . The Indy wan u bollo of New Orlcnn beautiful, rna rkala. XVII. It that men and women will deliberately marry, when they arc by nature, habit and education, utterly unfitted to muto together? Such things always have been ami always will be. Less than three months of wedded life hhowed us that wo were utterly uncongenial. Hut we lived on together, 'making .the best of It, and enduring our Why Ih This plan I put In execution Immediately. It promised to succeed. Unfortunately, I had not taken into account thu precocity and wickedness of that boy. Ho instantly divined tho truth, and began to hold tho knowledge of it over mo like a rod. For flvo years ho kept mo in constant terror, not so much by his evil coupes as by tho constant threat of betraying my secret. Tho amount of money that I havo paid him for his silenco would represent a fortune. At last, in his twenty-firs- t year, ho agreed to leave homo and never return, and to keep his knowledge to himself. I was to pay him a largo quarterly allowance, which has, In 'fact, been almost doubled. I havo relied on his lovo of money to keep him from betraying me; and my purso alono has closvd his mouth. Where tho great sums that I have given him have go?o, tho gamblers of tho river can tell. I look back to tho timo between 1840, when I got rid of this unnatural son, and 165.M, when tho tragedy occurred which will be br lolly noticed, as tho happiest of my life. Tho disagreeable part was all behind me: conscience, ns well as tho fear of exposure, so torturing in these later years, did not troublo me; you were growing up, Corry, to bo just what I wished you; chnrming acquaintances, valued friends wero all about me; my success in growing was ndding enormously to my wealth. All this was rudely troubled by tho appearance of Napoleon Castcx. I had heard little of this mini since my successful rlvnlry for tho hand of Kmilio male him my enemy. After 1:13 purchase of Louise I learned incidentally that ho had once visited New Orleans, nnd it wns told mu that he made particular inquiries about me. There wero none but unpleasant recollections connected with him, nnd I hoped that I should never meet him cot-to- n age. ever guess that sho was born in bond- I hills to look for 103' old schoolmate? Is it not something more than accident or mere human design that brings you here now, to prompt mo to do what I should have done long ago, but for m3 pride? I think so. I surely think so." I slept but little. Lying awake for hours, I reviewed nil tho strnngo events of m3 life and the story of Mr. Bostock nnd his famity. I closed tho retrospect with a triumphant Everj'tliinj? was clear now. My way was plain. My path was leading straight to perfected love, to wealth nnd happiness. I thought of good Mr. Dorion, and resolved, In my last waking moments, that I would write to him on tho morrow and tell tdi Ire THE LETTER THAT there's nothing clothes; NEVER WENT. appall-fill- so galling, or qulto so '. Wlille enrntvd overhauling your lost winter's 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! i i I'M nntlmoth perfumes and odorous rare rumi'i, In Karret and bnro rooms whero c cry thing While you ransnek nnd rummage your cold weather plumage1 And bend to the liomnio ns If for dear life, Vou find In thu lining of your ulster reclining A Icttor you promlctxl to mall for our wife. hen up In the realm of your wlo cerebellum f Some thoughts (you'd scarce tell 'era) make riot Intense; Whllo prayerfully kneeling, ncliimmyllko feel-luBovs. It is a small matter for you to pay $2, but the aggregate is a very Send us your dues as soon as you read this. large one to us. tf AT7?2. prices. slept light and woko earty; fo early that nobody was astir In the house. 1 dressed myself nnd descended, and present La Fovro joined me. Ho wished to rldo over to Thlbodeaux, as Mr. Bostock had requested him to do, before tho heat of the da3' began, nnd he stormed nt tho negro woman for not having his breakfast ready. Tho omelet, tho corn bread and cof-fe-o were soon prepared, nnd tho overseer asked mo to sit down with him. "What's In tho wind?" ho Inquired. "Tho old man asked me just before ho went to bed to go over and get Mr. Coteau, tho lawyer." "I bcllevo ho wants some papers mado out." I "Wlll-e- h?" him all. Up your dorsal goca stealing In volumo Immense. UprUIng, )ou stutter, somo expletlvci mutter, So utterly utter they cut like a knife. You twist and jouturn ft, but don't daro to burn It The letter you promised to mall for your wife. Great REDUCTIONS. For the next 30 days we will sell Men's, Boys and Children's Your spouso notes your flurry, your nervousness sorry. And nsks, "Why this worry, this conflict of "Oh, nothing," you answer, whllo the causo of the cancer Hides down In your pants or a pocket behind. Will you quietly postlt, or kitchen stovo roast It, Or sn ear J ou havo lost It? Ah, thero lies the strife! There's a present most awful, a future most In tho letter you promised to mall for your wife. -- Now York World. Made Mlkey Tired. "Mikey, yez look sort of tired that 'gono' sort of look. Aro yez nf ther get-ti- n over a hoard sickness, I don't know?" "No, Pat. But, Patsy, dear, whisper. I was shoppin yesterday, mo an Molly an tho baby." "Arrah, Mike, that's worso than sickness; it's a wholo hospital full of patience," said Pat sympathetically. "Well, Pat, let mo tell yez how it was. Yo seo, the kid's that fond of music that I think ho may turn out a Paddy Whisky, nn Molly, she eez, sez she: 'Hero, Mike, hero's wan o' thim masheens to weigh yez, tell 3er fortune an play mtiBio all nt woust for n nickel. Dhrop it in an let tho kid hear it, an I won't bo gono a rninnit.' So I sthepped on an dropped in the kid all tho mo nickel, an mo to that oxtint! toime, an him But whin tho music began, saro tho little divil sthoppod cryin. Out popped a caard, nn it said on it: Ye dropped yer nickel in the slot; Yo'll fcoon be rich, or elso yo'll not. woeful, mind?" OVEKODATS At unprecedented low A few L.ABIIES9 To close at one-hal- CMAKB former price. It you need anything in these good it will pay you to see our stock before purchasing. l "Like enough." "O, I see, 3011 W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. though, if tho old man is fixing it so that his rascal of a son will be cut off. Beckon I shouldn't stand much chance with him at tho head. But with nnd Miss Coral it might be different." u more'n 3'oungstcr. You know want to tell. It's all right, 3KTEW G-OOID- S - e M irksome bonds. Wo had but ono child, Conrad. I will nHak of him later. I dcslro now to say thi)t, so far as I have been able to Me, ho resembled neither of his parents in anything. Ho was bad. reckless and profligate, from an agu when boys usually have no knowledge of the world. I have somewhere read that hereditary vices, as well as diseases, will sometimes skip several generations, and appear In a child of parents not given to evil. It must lo so; the accumulated sins of many ancestors must have been inwrought In that boy. I attended ono day at the Now Oran auction of the poo-pi- e leans slave-maof a Cuban plantation, who had been sent there to obtsln bettor prices. I learned upon inquiry that their owner was Castcx, who had bcomo ruined byunfortunaUj speculation. A little orphan, thirteen years old, apparently as white as myself, attracted my notice, I became her owner and took Sho was her homo as a called Louise Hon fan t. Ttmo passed; tho coldness between my wifo and myself increased. Lot mo not try to apportion tho blamo; perhaps there was none. Our mistake was when wo mutually promised to love, honor and cherish. Hut she was butter than I; sho at least tried to keep her vows. Cherishing no affection for her I became careless of thoso vows, Tho pretty slave-gi- rl grew up; sho was pitted and educated; she usurped tho place of Kmilio. Tor awhile tho latter loro It, silent and indignant. At length her outraged womanhood spoke out. rt house-servan- t. again. Suddenly, twelve years after my removal from La Fourcho, ho presented himself to me. I had no previous knowledge that he was in tho and the sight of him disconcerted me. It was at a gentleman's dinner party at my own house, and he came with ono of the guests, whom he wns visiting. I knew that tho man wan revengeful and a good huter, and I began to tremblu for tho consequences of such a visit. I conjectured that if he had not learned tho true cause of Kmilie's alienation from mo, he would be likely to guess It If ho happened to see 3011, Corry; for you were then about tho age of your mother whon ho last saw her, and very closely resembled her. And what he should discover I knew that his hut red of me would prompt him to spread broadcast in tho neighborhood. ltofore I could form nny plnn to check such n catastrophe, dinner was announced. We wero just seated, when you, Corry, camo to tho door and looked in, prompted, I suppose, by childish curiosity. Castcx saw you, recognized your fue, and asked mo in French If that was my daughter. I replied that she was; and then The man Is dead; I must toon follow him. I would like to speak to him now without bitterness or passion; yet I should not speak tho whole truth if I did not say that his face was shining with savugo Joy ns ho gave me the neigh-lorhoo- I'm not telling 3011 nuythlng that is going to happen; but 3ou would bo perfectly safe with Miss Bostock and mo." "Tho Ynnkeo is coming out in you, Mr. Jewett. You are making your harvest with a vengeance. You'vo been here 011I3 a few weeks, and, as near as I can judge, you'vo captured con-grntuln- "It certnlnl3' would le, Mr. Le Fevro. MY- d, FAIX WINTER 8 Goods are- - i tho whole La Fourche. Well, I 3011. Hope there'll bo no drawback. Now I'll ride over for tho I watched him as ho cantered off on tho bayou road. Returning into tho houso I met Coralio nt tho foot of tho stairs. She was so bright, so Bwect, so tempting, and the opportunlt3 was so good, that I improved it 03" taking her in my arms and kissing her. "I was afraid it wouldn't lost till morning, Dorr. When I awoko I feared it was a dream. Is it reall3' true?" "This seems much like a reality, Coral." Sho released herself, and ran part wa3' up tho stairs. "Dorr, I have just thought of something. Let us go up to papa's room together. It would be so nice, after all that happened last night, to go and say good morning both at once." I agreed. Wo ascended tho stairs Sho nnd went along the passage. knocked lightty at his door. Sho knocked the handsomest nnd the richest girl in ta All In. Come and See. H. J. McEOBERTS. 1 law3er." there wid a crowd round watchin, but ns Roou as tho kid sthopped cryin tlio blamed music stopped plaj'in. Then the thing was reversed, an tho kid began screnmin again. So anything to keep paco in tho fnmil3 I got reckless and sthuck in another nickel, wid mo sthnnd-i- n on tho schnle all the time. Out comes auother caard, an it says: Another card Will more unfold. "But I sez: 'No, 30 don't, yoblaggard. I'll dhrop no inoro in yez. Miko Casey wasn't born in tho moruln 3isterda3.' I Somo day yo'll have lloth lands an gold: "Well, I was gottin that mad, 41 n A) part quiotly and without scandal," sho said. "I can no longer stay in this house. Mako a suitable provision for me niul I will tako tho wy nnd .join my people, who have gono to Paris. Tell what story you plcaso nbout my absence; it will not be contradicted." I was glad enough to make this arrangement. She went abroad nnd died there w few years after. Her parting words still ring la my Is "It better that wo not In an"Tho holy church, of which I am a child, has taught me that there is nothing more sacred In Heaven or earth than the marital vows. Yon have broken them; you aro laying up wrath for yourself In days tocome. An offended Ood will surely call you to account, and you will remember my "1 leavo you In sorrow, cars. ger," sho said. words." Often have I remembered them. Kmilio has been exquisitely avenged! Conrad accompanied her to Now Orleans, but before tho paokot Milled ho returned home. I received him with surprise and displeasure, for I had felt Immeasurably rclioved when Kmilio proposed that he should live with her. "1'vo thought tho thing nil over, governor," said this boy of fifteen, "and I concluded to como back. You sco I've nothing to do with tho old woman's quarrels; and as you'vo got the money, and I'm getting on whero I shall want lots of it, I reckon I'll stick to you." Within ono week from tho departure of my wifo you woro born, Corry, your mother dying In the same hour. Tho lovo that Emillc should havo was given to your poor mother, child. I was nearly distracted at her loss. In my frenzy ItBccmcd to mo the first fulfillment of Emllio's prediction. Soon my affections and hopes were transferred to Louise's child. Thon tho crushing thought camo that tills child was a slave, born of a slave mother, and that to manumit her would be to publish tho faot to tho world. I could not bear tho alternative. To savo it, I resolved on a 'course which good judgment should havo warned mo against. I would break up my ltomo here, Icaso tho plantation, go four hundred miles up tho rivor, and, in a locality whero no stories would bo likely to como from La Fourcho, I would bring up this child of my affoc-lin- n Vn nnn there should know of the taint in her origin; no ono should sured mo that his discovery would bo published far nnd near. He said: "Ah, monsieur! Flvo or six years hence, when tho charming daughter of Louise Itunfnnt shall como to tho same auction block in New Orleans where you purchased the mother, then I think tho spirit of your wronged wife will feel avenged." saw that ho had deliberately planned to force u quarrel on mo. knew that there could be no safety for my secret while ho lived. A duel followed, nnd I killed him. The won that received at the same time from his hand laid mo up for weeks, and nearly brought mo to the grave. My misery dates from that hour. It Is not a comfortable reflection to carry around with you night and day that you have slain a fellow creature, though a bad one, and the thought has troubled me; but much more tormenting than this wns the fear that Castcx had in some way loft his discovery to be revealed after his death. I grew suspicious of cvcrylody; I abandoned old friends; while they never suspected the reason, I was continually fearful that the truth would be known and made public. Then tho thought occurred to me that all this torment might bo ended by returning to La Fourcho. I camo back to this place as suddenly ns I had loft it. We had been absent fifteen years, and there hnd been many changes; Coralio wns everywhere presented ns my daughter, and I gave out that Kmillc, her mother, had died at my plantation far up tho river. Thus, in fear and falsehood, have I preserved your good name, my child, and concealed tho tory of your birth. 1 1 1 brutal rejoinder In French tlmt as- "Louder; he's asleep." again. Thero was no response. I opened the door and wo entered. Tho room was quite dark. I .spoke tho uamo of tho occupant; still no repby. I opened tlio window and unclosed thu shutters. The light fell across tho bed. Mr. Bostock la3 motionless, his wns that tired sthandin, and just then along kem Mollj. 'What are yez doin, ye fool? Kim off tliini schales. Would 30 bo thero all dnj, I dunuo?" An I sez, Well, I wanted to kapo tho kid quite, an ns long as I stliood nn kep' tho music he kep' sthill.' " 'Shure, thin, yo idiot, why didu't yez sit down on tho schale? 'Twould play just as well.' An, Pat, I'vo biu wonderin that Bame ever hinco." Chicago Tribune. in ii Correspondence With """Gooa Attractions Solicited. WALTON BROS., Managers. THE An Unfeeling Act. "Well," said Mr. Tripkins ns ho sat down to his desk rather later than usual. "Thej'vo been to sco mo at last." "Who?" asked tho man desk. at tho next "Burglars." "You don't mean itt I supposo 3ou'll havo to borrow spoons to use at dinner tonight now." "No. The spooiis nrcu't silver. They didu't touch 'em." "Tako au3 moue3?" "No." "Wearing apparel?" "Not a stitch." "Well, I dou't seo what causo you have to bo blue." "Maybo not, but when 3011 get attached to animal it's hard toloso him. They went through the houso nnd couldn't find anything elso worth tnking, so they stole my watchdog." Washington Star. 1111 J CINCINNATI "WEEKLY" MIW.'J?- r iju 'v'-v v r, Twice -a-Week NOW - GAZETTE l UllLISUED - ' . - I WATCHED HIM A8 HE CAXTKUKO OFF. FOR OXE IiUXDItUD A YEAR. "Doctor," said tho anxious father, taring, his jaw fallen. "Ho is asleep," sho said. "But why "now that tho babies aro likely to get well, tell me, I beg of 3011, what must I doeo ho look so strange?" I put both arms about her again. do to proveut a recurrence of those "Be strong, now, 1113" love, and trust dreadful spasms?" In God. Your father Is dead!" "Sir," said tho physician sternly, "one of two thiugs. Either you must get your eldest daughter to givo up Delsarte lesFkhso.vau Bear in mind one tihng.thnt sons or obligo her to do her practicing if business, pleasure, or necessity calls somowhero elso than in tho uurser3'." you away from home at any time, be Chicago Record. i right hand outside tho covers, his 0303 Tlio Dire Cause. 1'EIl COPY. The popularity of the Gascttc extendi from Occnu to Occnn. From every pnrt of the OloJte the hcwm Ih tetven In re liable ahapc. Twelve to Sixteen I'iikcu a vrcck will be printed for $1.00 a Year. .Addre THE COMMERCIAL a.d FOUU PAI-EH- S Oil LESS TIIAN A YEAH, OM2 CE.VT i i . 1 1 That concealment has always been at tho mercy of accidents, and I have lived in tho Ramostntoof torment since tho duel. Perhaps it is all part of 1113 punishment; Kmlllo's words wero prophetic. You saw the agitation nnd the excitement Into which the visit of that reprobate son threw mo. For tho sake of both of you, this falsehood can bo told no longer. Tho truth Is painful, it is humiliating; but that way lies safety for you. Thank God, tho burden Is gono, at last! In tho morning Mr. Coteau shall como and mako tho writings. CHAPTER" XVIIL sxT rnss. Very affectionately did Mr. Bostock bid mo good night. Ho laid his hand upon my shoulder and spoke- and looked kindly. "This will bo your work, Dorr. But for your seeking her and loving her, I might havo gono on in tho old foolish way, without doing what Is necessary to mako her what she ought to be. After all, wo aro often led not by our own choosing. Wns it not something more than a whim that led me ten ' years ago up among tho New Hamp- - particular, to have your route fully decided upon and arranged before starting. Many things should be taken into consideration, especially the inducements offered by tho Wisconsin Central Company to thoea who wish to visit St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland, West Superior, Duluth or any point in Wisconsin. Their trains leavo 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. Ask your nearest ticket agent for full information, and be partioular to see thnt your tickets read via the "Wisconsin Central Lines. Jas. 0. Pond, Genl. Pass. Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. An Apt Scholar. After instructing his men in tho points of the compass, Lieutenant X sa3s to ono of them: "You havo in front of you tho north, on 3our right tho east, on 3our left tho west. What havo 3ou behind you?" Private B (after a few moments' reflection) M3 knnpsack, lieutenant. Libre Parole. A Cold Snap. .GAZETTEVCO. CINCINNATI. 7r 109 M "So you went nnd proposed to her, In spite of my warnings?" "The answer I got was so chilling that I fell several degroes in my own estimation." Iudianapolis Journal. She Was Liberal. "Yep." "And the result?" s - WHAT D0E5 IT MEAN? ntvi ti fisCiwn aol L A.ariuj) utdnu.l CmcUnill U L'lutltuuicga, Atlanta, Ml J'.jiS .itN.l - l.aitlt. u Crat iu K :.tirOrIi3! Iuiti t.ortl JockmaTilk, Florlii. tWust TooU l IT Ciscju-- nt!ei Ul iSrtl l !r- -! 5 5 City Missionary My good woman, did you ever givo a cup of cold water to any one? SOLID VESTIDULCO TRAINS r. I Shrtr-jjrtil ln lf '.irtenOulr cflla abort polnta. Thromh Cart I VliilnrKnuxtliU mlt. running Ihrcnfh cirt Cincinnati tJ 2.". C. DliMCt l!u t Jltxlco il Nw Orltui or AthUI. U Shrtteport. Atk uitU about tour ti Cl!forul. hruri LouIitIU. Bhtlbyrllt anj Lawrtnrtbtirr.itlrtct couneiUva U mt4 at LtiiujWa i 1 When When When When Baby was slclc, wo (jare her CastorK she wu a Child, she cried for Castorla. she became litis, she. clung to Castorl. sho had Children, she gne them Castorta. Mrs. Rafferty Suro an Oi hor. Only yistiddy Oi throw n wholo buckotful on mo husband's head. Harper's Bazar. Popular. Primus M3' fiancee is not only beautiful, but to know her is to love her. Secundus Yes. I have heard that to fcieet her is to be eiigaged to her Life. J Tlna TtUTUbulltralsJU'llvliuBgutb. vr. c. mxEAiuoy. Ocn'll'iii'r Atat, Cincinnati. O. x j, QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE! i i . 1 1 Fv WOMEN AND BIRDS. TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS. w tnUo tint Dead One Front tho lTsit nnd Open the Cngo Dour. liavo boon waxing war aijainst tho uso of birds for millinory purposes, and tho war is a righteous ono, althouuh it would bo nu excellent plan to broaden tho schoiuo of tho campaign bo that it For several yoara past tho newspapers Do you Want to Buy a Useful Present ? And at prices to suit the times ? If so, come to us. .good goods at the same price you pay for shoddy places. for a Wc give as a suggestion something from would lucludo offensive tactics toward tho barbarous sport of pigoou shooting, which is quito as cruel nnd needless a practico as it would bo if tho skins of tho mutilated victims woro used for decorative purposes. Ilowovor, it is not the dead birds that havo suffered the most. living that It is the Our motto is captured wild, shut upsongsters cagesare to nnd iu clo?o stuff at many spend tho rest of their wretched days among this list yearning for tho liberty that is their birthright. It Is not so wonderful that thoughtless children and cruel and ignorant men It nnd women, who havo never learned anything boyond what tho daily experiences of sordid and debasing lifo can teach thorn it is not so wonderful that they capture, sell and dostroy with no reveronoo for the gentle gcwpcl of tenderness and pity toward tho harmless reduced to $ i, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3.50 and up creatures whoso froe and natural life is Present so beautiful. But it i unfortunately truo that reflnod and cultivatod women, who would consider themselves insulted by tho accusation of cruelty to any living thing, keep as pota robins, thrushes and bluobirds, that drag out in miserable and hopeless captivity tho life that Of Dress Goods at reduced prices. See our all wool Black Serges was meant to bo a blessing to the world large. and Henriettas at 48c, 65c, 75c, Si and 1.25. We have a few Eider- at Tho arguinont that thoy aro unablo to down Comforts left, which we will sell at cost. take caroof themselves cannot be offered as nu oxouso for koeptng th&e hardy, o birds imprisoned. Tho canary, whoso ancestors have been cage bred for generations, is an artificial production, Of Table Linens, Napins, Towels, &c. As usual our Handkerchief without strength to fly or skdll to supply Out the singing birds of his stock is still the best. See our initial Handkerchief at 5c. New our own noods. fiolds aro quito capable of woods and Chenille Table Cover $1. Mats at supporting thotnsolvos without human Muffs, Gloves, Ties, &c. 4- -4 prime cost. 6--4 Chenille Table Cover at $1.50. Entire stock of assistance If women would only ubo their inflnenco against tho practico of Boots at cost. All wool Shirt 75c. Fancy and Red Calicoes at 5c. catching and confining wild birds, they might accomplish a great uoaL Odds and ends in Children's Underwear But tho outlook for such a movement is not encouraging. The writer of this article knows a household composed entirely of womou, wealthy, well bred and woll oducated ono of thorn has a college training who every spring steal from We throw- tho numorous newts in tho trees and shrubbery of their largo garden young birds that thoy attompt to roar by hand. It is necessary to obtain a froah supply every year, because tho majority of tho But give you anything in our stock at prices as low if not lower than birds dlo after a fow weeks of prison lifo. This feminine housohold U so tender any of our competitors. We wish to thank our customers for their heartod that it is ruled by its serrants patronage and hope for a continuance through the coming year, and and dogs, but nevertheless tho annual slaughter of the innoconts goos on. Perwe promise to always look to their interest, as their interest is ours. haps they succeed in kooping ono victim Very Respectfully, out of a doron alivo to cheer his enptors with on occasional heartburns ol coog whon tho bright sunlight and tho blue, unattainable sky tell tho prisonor what his lifo was inoaut to bo. How many scores of birds these women havo destroyed in tho kindest and most lingoring way possible it would bo hard to compute, and thoy have their prototypes in every town and village. Tho advico, "Tako tho dead bird off your hat," might well havo added to it, "and open tho cago door of tho living ono." CHRISTMAS OUR SPLENDID LINE : A Nice : Assortment ua-tiv- hero suddenly becamo nwaro of tho fact that ho had como upon tho stage minus his poniard. Without o moment's hesitation ho inado a dash at tho traitor, exclaiming: "Dio, villain I I meant to striko thoo with my dagger, but I left tho weapon in my dressing room, and will therefore strauglo thoo in tho presenco of this indulgent audience." It is scarcely necessary to add that this variation from tho original brought down tho house scones tho Tit-Bit- s. Toilet Cases, Manicure Sets, Mirrors, New Photo Cases, Albums, Bisque Figures, Celluloid Novelties, Writing Desks, Work A melodrama of tho most stirring kind Boxes, Shaving and Smoking Sets and new was being given at a theater in n small Xmas Cards, provincial town. In one of tho critical Kqunl to tho Occasion. Hill Tjo In I.nclon. Tho first liouso dinner of tho season is always u great event at the Savngo club, and tho convivial party that gathered nrouiul Sir Augustus Harris on Saturday night iu no respect fell short of tho staudard of former years. Among tho entertained nnd entertaining no ono commanded more lively nttention than Bill Nyo, tho iopulnr American humorist, who has boen in London for a fow days, nnd will very likely be heard by still larger audiencos before recrossing the Atlnutic. Mr. Edgar "William Nyo is 43, but ho looks older. Ho might pass for n leading clmncery barrister or a benignant professor, with his well shaped cranium, tho contours of which nro concealed by no hirsuto growth, his round, clean havon chin and his gold rimmed spectacles. There is indoed nothing of tho typical Ynukeo iu his nppearnnco, as thcro was in tho somewhat cadaverous and angular visage of poor Artemus Ward. Ho favorod tho Savages with ono or two yarns, which he told in quiet, deliberate, unaffected stylo, his volco having but the faintest eoho of tho American twang, whilo his stories depended for their point on a subtlo senso of humor rather tlian on the exaggerated uso of expletives nnd tho startling effects of light nnd shado that usually mark tho funny productions of tho far west Pall Mall Budget. HOLIDAY GOODS. if I Xmas Presents, Gifts and Articles suitable for every one to purchase. Come See, -- AND- BUY NEW : CHEAP. BOOKLET 7 BOOKS AND Gift Books, Poems, Novels, Sets and nicest Children's Books, BKLOW COST. 3 -- "Frequently." "What selection do yon prefer?" "Why cr that depends altogether on what kind of n hand I happen to bo drawing to." Lowiston Journal. A Gooil l'lace. Wifo (in tho train) Listen, Juan.' Will you let me have the newspaper for a minuto or two? You havo been reading it for tho last hour or bo. Husband Directly, love; as soon as wo get to tho next tunneL Nbticiero Sovlllano. Uls Choice. "Do you play?" asked tho mnsical girl of tho young man who seemed rather absenrmiuded. "Yos." "By note?' Best Dolls, Toys and Games, Doll Houses, Cradles, Beds, Tea Sets, Drums, Guns, Stoves, Blocks, Machines and Games of every kind, EXPRESS WAGONS, DOLL CARRIAGES VELOCIPEDES, &C. Best and most durable iron tires; must be sold. At old stand, SEVERANCE & SON. AOrlm Vlewof IU Th death of on ossified man in Ten neeso is roportod. Ho died hard. Chi cago Tribuno. California-t- he W. B. McROBERTS, Stanford, Ky. MACK HUFFMAN THE FURNITURE MAN, Sunshine, Fru Land of and Flowers. Katu&usk. MISS ALZIRE A. CHEVAILLIER. 'Can furnish you with a useful or ornamental present for Christmas a very small outly of money. You should Jsee his handsome line Chairs, Sofas, Tables, Pictures. Easles and many othe things in that line, most fastidious with He can alsoJplease A SET of FURNITURE A Sideboard or any piece of furniture you can name. Call and him before you buy your Xmas goods. Heart lioata For llumauitjr. Miss Alziro A. Chevaillier is a woman with u uniquo record. Sho is connected for by blood nnd inarriaae with tho Clarks of Loxington fame and with tho family of of John Hancock. Her uamo is derived from her paternal ancestors, who woro French Hugenots. From childhood up Misa Chevaillier showed vory marked and distinctive Sho was firm and posicharacteristics. tive as woll as original and highly conscientious in hor natural habit. Sho was perceive as and the quick to in oxecution. well as rapidintuiBoth hor orderly tional and intellectual faculties were highly dovolopcd, as child and mature woman. Sho early becamo a member of Trinity church, Boston, and both her devotion nnd talent soon attracted tho attention of her distinguished pastor, the see Into Bishop Brooks, who was in tho habit of discussing in visits to her homo as well as by letter theological, scientific and social subjects of economic practical A Todoe Woman Wbot He Will Save You Money. Do You Get Good Coffee? If you do not, try such as ours, We are now receiving our winter goods Cracked Wheat, Oatmeal, HomiDy, (Hudnut's,) Carolina Rice, Foerster Cakes and Crackers, The Midwinter Exposition, already much talked of, bids fair to rival the great fair thnt hos just closed at Chicago. Not in eUe, perhaps, but certainly bo in originality, in richness, and in delighted visitors, who will unanimously agree that tho Pacific Const is worth many times tho time and money epent to visit it, in iu return of delightful climate, mellow sunlight, wondrous growth of vegetation, and tho heretofore unheard k of industries connected with of fruit raising, and tho shipping of the product. In order to give an opportunity for everybody to visit this wonder-hinduriug the Exposition, California rates via tho Queen A Crebcent routo havo been reduced, and every ono may find the cost of such a trip within his means. Ab for equipment, it is tho only lino by which you can travel from Cincinnati to San Francisco, absolutely without change. Tourist sleeping cars run every two weeks through from Cincinnati to San Francisco. Solid vest! buled trains twico a day from Cincinnati to Now Orleans, where connection is made with through trains and Pullman daily to California points. Bleepers Through car service to either Now Orleaus or Shreveport, making direct connection for Texas, Mexico and California. From Louisvillo through trains make direct connection at Lexington with solid veatibuled Bervice to New Orleans. Send to us for further particulars. Ask agenta for rates, echedules and other information, or address V. C. Rinenrson, G. P. A. Cincinnati, 0. net-wor- James Frye's GREAT MOTJGIDAir BAILIE WILL BEGIN d Thursday, 'Dee. 21, '93. I will move into my new store house about Jan. 1st, and in order to reduce my stock, I will sell on Thursday. Dec. 2 1st, 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 are for this day only. Also the terms arc Cash, : Positively : Cash. To one and all Not a cent will be charged to any one on this day. Ihavc made arrangements with a Cloak Manufacturer to furnish me a big line of Ladies', Misses and childrcns' cloaks and capes of the latest styles for less money than the raw material cost. They will be here on that day only. California Canned and Evaporated Traits, .and Nuts. P, J. and Imported Maccaroni. Nice Assortment of Candies, Fruits ALZIRE A. CHEVAILLIER. McKINNEY BROS., Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries. FARRIS & HARDIN, Have open and ready for your inspection an immense assortment of Holiday Goods And you are cordially invited to unbroken. call and see them while the stock 3 IS life. Another strong personal friend waa Wendell Phillips, tho reformer. Miss Chevaillier has been engaged in many occupations of public interest by appointment from thoso high in official position. Among tho larger investigations of the snbjsct of public charities, or at least tho most important ono, was that under an appointment by President Arthur, to visit the hospitals and other charitablo institutions in Europe, through tho influence of our ministers and consuls that were resident there, who were directed to aid her in all investigations for the public good. Miss Chevaillier is an interesting and ready writer and a forceful speaker. She is interested in all questions that havo for their purpose tho general welfare. Just at present sho is residing in New York city with her mother. Tiieo. Holland. When giants lived In ancient tlmts, I Sine heigh, my boy, ling ho In good old I'.nglanu or 'oreiun climes. I Sing haigh, ray boy. line ha They carried thlnjs with a high old hand, Nor strong, nor weak could before them itano, And they killed whom they pleated throughout the land, Sing heigh, my boy, sin ho I Hut the giants didn't hate things their own arrived on the way when scene. You remember the story, lteeollect too that every age haa Iu giant killer. We have our giants in the lorm of all aorta of dread dis ases, supposed to be incurable. Our Jack is id the form of Dr Pierce, who hai proven the expression "incurable diseases' to be a fallacy. Can you Imagine more potent weaponi to assist a woman in killing the giant diseaie than Dr. Pierce's Fa. vorite Prescription r It's the only guaranteed remedy for all luncuonal disturbances, painful disorders and chronic weaknesses of womanhood. In female complaints of every kind if It ever fails to benefit or cure ycu have your money back. it's simply a question of the compsny you prefer the Giant or Jack. Having the needed mint to more than make them, the fol- eood all the advertising claimed for a phenomenal wing four remedies have reached sale. Dr, King's New Discouery, for consump ic bottle guarantced-Blectrtion, Coughs and Colds, each flitters, the great remedy for Liver Stomach and Kidneys. Burklen's Arnica Salve, the sins, best in the world, ana or. Kings nw .. t,ir. .A n.rOct nlll All these remedies are guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them and the dealer whose name is attached herewith w. t.rolid 10 tell vou more of them. Sold at A I R. Penny's Drug fctore. An Old Song. LOOK AT THESE PRICES. 4j4c, hoosier cotton extra heavy brown cotton shirting, all dress goods at 30 to 50 per cent, reduction, 3 plaids, best, pieces of all wool dress goods at 25c, reduced from 75c. A line of ladies' shoes for $1, reduced from $2. 3 and 4. Big reduction in every pair of shoes in my house, mens' womens' boys' and childrens'. The kinds and prices are too numerous to mention. I will sell you mens' and boys' boots on this day for less money than it cost to make them. If you want a suit ot 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 are 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, Four pounds soda 25c, 20 pounds granulated sugar $1, Arbuckles coffee 25c, best green coffee 22c, 3 cans tomatoes or corn 25c, 3 pound California apricots 15c, all calicos yellow preserve peaches 6c, 4, I2c, 6c, Four Biff Successes. uii 1 JAMES FRYE, Hustonville.