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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893122201 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. tfWf Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXI. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. of Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 22. 1893. KRISS KRINGLE. NO. 85 she simply grow tired of supporting him Miss Nance Hnrris hnH Issued invita- and paying his debts. Tho dashing Col. Ash, Mrs. Thoman, tions to n masque party Thursday oven-- ' was United States marshal in New hor homo lust Saturday. Orleans, about tho close of the war, but Indies of tliu Haptiat church will lng noxt. Tho Union services will ho held at was not collector of tho port. "Let us givo n supper tho night of tho "Gth. havo peace." who the Methodist church Sunday evening Tlio will of Thomas Perkins, Mt. died at f l died recently, was probated Inst Monday. Kid. J. E. Torry loft last Suuday night for his homo Montgomery county, to spend Christmas. Laat Monday was County and Quarterly Court day. Next year County Court day will bo tho First Monday. -S- um Davis cut and seriously wounded James Gregory last Sunday afternoon, about two miles south of town. Mr. Kd King died at his homo near Kockhold Tuesday morning. Ho had been partialy paralyzed sinco tho war. llo was nlmost 00 years of age. Now is a good thuo 'or tue people I" this section to got the news. The Times and Herald nro at war. Tho Times can be had for 50 cents per year now. Mr. and Mrs. Will Jones entertained a number of their young friends last Thursday night in honor of Mrs. Jouea' sister, Miss Ida Householder, of Middles boro. Tho now boarding hall of tho Instl tuto is about complete, and will ho ready for uso by Jan. lit. It is a hand some brick building that the school can well feel proud of. Charlefl Finley vpeut last week in Louisville. C. It Daugh. of London, was calling on one of our young ladies last Sundav. Mr. Charles Cain, of Louisville, is visiting relatives hero. Marshall M. H. Hohs is down with the rhot'uiatisui. Mr. A. G. Stan (111 and Miss Mary K. Davis, daughter of Judgo M. L. Davis, wero mar tho bride's borne last Thursday ried at morning. Hon. 0. W. Leator I in Pino Knot this week preparing for Circuit Court. 0. C. Lawson and A. 8. I'etry are visit ing friends at Koae Hill, Yn. Mira Hella Huguely, who has been visiting her brother, Mr. K. M. Huguely, returned to her homo last Tuesday, much to tho of several of our young men. Mrs. Huguely accompanied her. re-gr- at o'clock. -- Tho pupils of MlcsSallio Anderson's select school will give n "Columbian party" Saturday afternoon. Thu condition of Col. Joe Weisiger is reported as worse and his friends are greatly alarmed about him. Master Commissioner J. W. Miller and County Clerk Thoa. Wherritt have ubout recovered from a two weeks' siege of the grippe. Tho ladles of tho Methodist church will give a "Kriss Kringle" party Wednesday evening at tho residence of Mrs. Dr. Walters. Admission 25c. It has been decided to havo a Christ-mn- i treo in connection with the entertainment at tho Presbyterian church noxt Monday night. All are invited to 7 I HUBBLE. B. W. Givons sold to Ed Minor some corn in tho crib at $2 Miss Natio McClure, of Casey, is g her Miner, Mm J. A. Htinmonds. Dr. Hulliiun presented John L. Yea-ke- y and wife with a 10 pound girl a few days ago, Christmas is coming and has clothed our httlo village with nice fruits and candies ngsin, thus reminding us that another year of peace and plonty is almost gone. S. E Owsley is talking of going to Pittsburgh, Pa., soon on a prospecting trip. Wo hope that ho may decide that Hubble is near tho centre of thu world, as it is undoubtedly the garden spot of the globe, and will remain with us. J. P. Bland has been quite sick. Miss Helen Thurmond's school closed hero Wednesday and thu people all join in giving her the credit sho bo much for having discharged her duty so faithfully anil having advanced the children to the satisfaction of everybody Dr. T. M. Lewis reports Mrs. Mary Smith ill of pneumonia. Two of Sidney Dunbar's brothers from Russell county are visiting him. vie-itin- Kriis Kringle's belli are jingling, The frosty air is tingling, All silvery sounds are mingling, This merry, merry day. With many a fleecy feather, The snow flakes dance together; Here comes Kriss Kringlo's weather, In good Kriss Kringlo's way Kriss KrlngU's measure tripping Kriss Kringlo's sweetness sipping, The while his gifts we're clipping From brave Kriss Kringle's tree. We set the candles burning, Like stars and planets turning, And every dream and yearning There satisfied we 100. Alono and solitary, Aloof Irom elf and fairy. It grew in forests airy Through many a season dim-- To reach its day of glory, When winter woods were hoary, To hear Kriss Kringle's story, And dear Kriss Kriogle's hymn. MOVED. SIGN of the BIG STOVE rj" Wc arc now moved and settled in the room around the Farmers Bank & Trust Co., and prepared to carry on A First-Gla- ss Grocery Business. attend. Tho streets and public square are receiving a now coat of broken rock, which was badly needed. Tho rock was broken by tho e gang, whifh is now kept at work constantly. Nat Boylo while recklessly handling a pistol on Uattlo row, discharged the weapon, the bill striking a negro woman named Sarah Schooler, In tho shoulder. Thu wound will not prove fatal, but is very painful. The Lexington Leader savs tho fine boss voico of Prof. Croxton is now being uwd in tho choir of the Upper Street Baptist church. Who takes care of the fine bass voice when tho professor is absent, or whether it is left in charge of thu sexton after being used is not known. Miss May Znnh Hughec, of this place, is pleasantly located as a teacher of instrumental and vocal music at Coiner University, Valparaiso, Nebraska. She Is not only an excellent young lady, but an accomplished musician, and tho program of an entertainment given by her pupils on the 10th inst., shows a proficiency highly creditable to their preceptor. Our people are very proud of their gifted young musician, and wish her success in all her undertakings. It is astonishing to sen the number of ministers of thu goapel who aro galloping about over the country delivering lectures upon all sorts of subjects simply to put money in their pockets. Hev. Dr. Talmage is a conspicioua example of this class. To conform to his ideas of propriety tho Scriptures ought to read thus : "Go ye into all thu world and preach tho gospel to overv creature, 'at 100 a sermon.' " It is not unreasonable to suppose that such men aro preachers for revenue only. Tho Hawaii troublu is not a question of politic; it is simply ono in which tomfoolery has outwitted common sense. If Stevens had kept in his place and not considered himself tho United States, with all tho powers of Congrens, as well as the chief executive, there would have been no troublu whatever. Ah it is it will require the utmost wisdom to adjust the affair without serious dilliculty. It only illustrates the old saying, that "one fool can do what takes many wise men to undo." Hon. Robert Harding, of IXuiville, was here on professional business Tues day. Mrs. Bettiu Lnudram has gone to Richmond to spend the winter with iier sister, Mrs. John llmuhman. Miss Lulu lUtson, who has charge of a larjjo music clans of one of the Georgia colleges, is expected to spend the holidays. Mis Alice Hudson, who has been attending school at Staunton, Va., came home to remain till after Christmas. Miss Mattiu Walker is expected homo from Cincinnati Saturday. Miss Sadie Buighmau returned to Richmond Wednesday. Miss Fannie Shtigurs will spend the holidiys with relatives at Winchester. Tho separation of Mr. and Mrs. Cuthbert Bullitt, of Louisville,' has furnished a theme for thu scandalmongers that bids fair to havo no immediate termination. Thu parties themselves seem to recognize thu aflalr as one of unusual importance, and with which the public has much tn do. This is a singular viow to take of a matter of this kind ; for outside of the idle curiosty that attaches to the same, no valid reason can bo givon why the public should give it a moment's consideration. The number of people in the United States who do not know or euro whether these personages shall, live as man and wife would hardly extend into the hundreds, much leas the thousands. Mr. Bullitt says of his wifu that "ho has every aflection for her, and with all her faults ho loves him still," and with this tender and affectionate, tribute, while recognizing her many faults, he magnanimously forgives and uncloses the keys of tho house. Rumor has it that ..... !... I.. tin tAilr AlTiinnii ni nur reiuSHI IO no iuu iiuuiioo supply him with the change nocesiarv to lav in the dally marketing; but descendiig from the blissful realms of hymeneal of a cold and cher-thjoys to the hard-pajess emhly existence, the madam says in plain, if not euphonious English, that work-housto-da- y that wearies neverl O tree that charms us evert O tree that lives loreverl The blessed Christmas tree. Where love and kindness blending Round up the year's fair end ing , There heaven's own beauty lending, Dehold Kriss Kringle's tree. Hsrper's Young People. O treo Your are cordially invited to Come in and inspect OUR re- NEW -- GOODS, To Her. MY K. T. SMITH, LOUISA, VA. And get- - When I gate In th' depths of the wondrous eyes Where wing'd Paries and Cupids are dancing Ohl why should I fear the (laager that lies In their glances so sweet and entrancing? Ahl why should their dangers my joys, then, OUR NEW PRICES, Before Buying. strict, Or add any thorns to ray roses of bliss? Tho' thine eyes do their worst they cannot inflict More wounds than thy lips can heal with a kiss CHURCH HUSTONVILLE. street lamps, ot Christian Miss CoIIcqb Notes Lin- Jennie McKluney, one of N most attractive young ladies, spent Saturday night with Miss Van Arsdell rt the college, Over one hundred books liavo been added to the library of Christian College during tho laat year, tho college and private library together numbering now about 000 volumes. Mrs. Thomson, Mies Mary Thomson and Miss Clay spent last Tuesday night with the astronomy class, tracing constellations. Hy 12 o'clock thu "Egyptian X," with Sirlus for its centre, was grand; by 2 o'clock Leo was unusually brilliant. Tho class, up to tho present time, have traced 42 constellations, and they consider themselves well paid for having studied thu heavens during ono whole night. Every lady and gentleman who expects to teach, should take thu Normal course at Christian College. The term begins Jan. 22nd, and con in ties through eighteen weeks. Tho following is tho course of study: Practical Arithmetic, Theory of Arithmetic, English Grammar, Analysis, Theory of English Language, Diacritical Marks, Heading, Lectures on Unitod Suites History, Lectures on Kentucky History, Lectures on Constitution, Lectures on Physiology, Geography, Pedagogy, Writing, Composition. Questions for United States History class (I) What vico president was sworn into otllco outside of United States? ('2) What girl in the Colonies received her exact weight in eilyer coins as a bridal present? (3) What poem did Gen. Wolf repeat as he marched to To whom the Battle of Quebec? did Gen. Corn wallls surrender his sword ? (5) What was tho reply of Gen. Taylor when asked to name his politics? (0) What president wrote his own epitaph, and a hat is it? Mr. John Rifle, a promts! g and popular you Kg merchant of Hustonville, Bailed for Hymen's shore on lust Tuesday, Dec. 12th. He was uccompanled on the voyage by Miss Nancy Carpenter, ono of the prettiest and and most popular girls of Christian College. May their dreams in early childhood bo realized their dreams of a Cathay whore flowers ever blossom and bloom, an enchanted realm whero tho unceasing notes of countless birds shall make life a paradise, and where the cadences of nil nature are blended into a aweet bar mony, a perpetual Eden of love, and "where misery shall be but a dream." They have the best wishes of all the inmates of Christian College. coln's Our town is rejoicing over her new n blessing and an addition to our town. Mr. Jno. Rout Buffered a severe loss list Friday morning at 4 o'clock. A Urge barn with two mules, a fine buggy mare, 280 bushels of corn, hay, oats, tanning implements, etc., all burned, loss amounting to $1,500, with $200 insurance. Mr. Rout had thu misfortune to lose two fine horses in the spring, boing struck by lightning. Thu origin of fire yet unknowu. Felix Twid well and Will Huffman are in Covington, drawn thither by two very attractive young ladies. Miss Maggie Ingels, of Paris, is tho guest of Miss Lue Hocker. Misses Lucy and Mnttio Alcorn, who are at Oxford, will spend the holidays at home. Dr. Brown has been very ill with thu grip. Mr. Geo. Weatherford has charge of the holiday counter at J. G. Weatherford's. Mr. Smith Yowell is at home from Somerset. Misses Anna Reid and Kate Cook will closo their fall session Friday. MIDDLEBURG. AFFAIRS. W. H. WEAREN & CO. () tog-the- r An electric ligut of 40,000,000 candle power almost surpasses comprehension Yet this great mass of light is to issue from a lighthouse tower on Peumarch nolnt on the coast ot urittany. ino beam will be seen 24 miles before it strikes the horizon, and after that it will bo reflected on the sky for a distance of 33 miles further. The largest light on coast of the United Slates cau only , seen 23 miles in clear wuather. be ployment or compel it to work at pauper wages, and dwarf and arrest tho growth of tho country. What was tho result? Instead of paralyzing the industries and pauperizing the labor of Now England, or the refat of the country, tho tariff of IS 1(3 gave immense vigor Two countries in California havo to manufactures, with steady employover 60,000 beehives and export 0,000,-00- 0 ment and increasing wages to labor. pounds of honey, besides 300,000 of (From tho majority report of the Ways comb and 20,000 pounds of wax. and Means Committee. Dick Wallace, Lom Dalton, Lewis "It may not be known to the general Sheltnn and Bill Branson, the four men public that to sell playing cards a license who held up and robbed tho Interis required which costs $5; to sell pistols national and Great Northern train near costs 25, and to sell bowle knives, dirks, Austin, Texas, were each givon 35 years brass knucks or slung shots a license of in the pun. The robbery was made on $50 is charged. To engage in the busi-o- f the 11th, and this case shows that tho r a costs 300. This liLone Star State is up with the rest in n cense tax is payable annually." speedy justice. Democrat. Henry George must be mightily Mi The history of American industry pleased to learn that lie is to be called to testify in the trial of Assassin Prender-gas- shows that dnring no other period has of Chicago. The object of his tes- there been a more healthy and rapid of our manufacturing intimony is to show that Preudergast was dustry than during the 15 years of low a deep student of the George single-tatheory and that hU studies unbalanced tariff from 1840 to 1801, nor a more healhis mind. ThutMs rough on George, but thy and harmonious growth of agriculthe public will be interested in learning ture and all the other gteat industries of the decision of the jury as to the effect the country. (From the majority report of the study of his theory upon the of the Ways and Means Committee. minds of mental weaklings. There is a handsome democratic Guaranteed Cure. prize package, filled with love, esteem, Wc authorise our advertised druggist to sell you gratitude and reward, for the democrat Or. King's New Dlicovtry for Coaiumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this condition: If you who will hurry to final enactment the are filleted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, ElecThroat or Chest Trouble andwill use this remedy bill repealing the socalled Federal according to directions, giving it a fair trial and tion laws. pros-poron pawn-brokeCar-rollto- It is reported that Yosemite will havo three weddings during thu holidays. There will ho an entertainment at Jauio Wash Institute some time during tho holidays. Tho date has not been fixed yet. Sinco M. S. McMnllen took charge of the postoilice at Yosetnito tho Ixtk-iuoJouiin'ai. reaches hero regularly on the days of its publication. Mnc Wheat, our sheriff", will resign that otlice January 1, but wo will not be without n sheriff very long, as there are flimi! half tlozon good men readv, willing and waiting to take iU MrB. Betsy Edwards, who bus boen very low witli pneumonia, is able to w ilk about the house. Hawk Wilkin-siand A. J. Gibhony, of Liberty, wore here Tuesday. It. L. Davison, of Stanford, is here. k Rev. A. V. Sizemore will preach at i m. Sunday. Rev. George Darsie has been unanimously recalled as pastor of tbo Christian church, in Frankfort, for his seventeenth year. Tho Baptist of Kentucky are raising a fund for disabled ministers. They will try to secure $50,000, and have already secured half the sum. Elder C. E. Powell, who has Berved the Burksville church for the past year, has accepted a call to the Columbia Christian church at Glasgow and will begin worm Jan. 1. Rev. J. I. Willis has closed his pastoral labors at Mt. Tabor, Garrard county, of 5J years. A large debt on the church has been liquidated and members added. Winchester Democrat. Rev. H. O. Morrison is still holding forth with great power and effect at the Methodist church, and many are being brought to Christ. Experience acd other meetings are held after the regular services, and these last frequently till 10 o'clock at night. The total increase of Baptists in the United States for tho decade was 1,132,753. The gain among North0, ern Baptists was 102,000; Southern, anil colored, nearly 700,000. Tho total gain of the Congregationalists for the ; samo period was of the Methodist Episcopal (North), 537,651; of the Presbyterian (North), 214,025; of tho Episcopal, 18S.S00. Walnut Flat at 3 Holiday Presents. LARGEST STOCK Ay-an- ue 12-- 1SS0-1S- 90 253,-00- (jreatestYariety LOWEST PRICES! 'II 12S.-139- When tho reform tariff of ISIS was before Congress tho air was full of prophecies that it would destroy our manufacturing industries, throw labor out of em- Merry Christmas IS ALMOST HERE. As usual, is ready for it with the biggest line of Toys, Dolls, Fruits. Candies, k f, x Ever brought to Stanford. His store is a regular Emporium for Xmas goods and the best part about it is he is selling them io 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. MEALS SERVED TO ORDER. b. znmxn. -- -- txpennce no benefit, you may return the bottle and have your money r funded. We could not Carrie Clara says she was almost kissmake this offer If we did not know that Dr Kings New Discovery could be relied upon. It never ed to death on Christmas Eve. disappoints. Trial bottles free at A. R. Penny's May What wonder? Sho put the drugstore. Large site 50c and $1. S) H.G.RUPLEY, 4 I ( n e mistletoe up beside the punch-bow- l, and As a remedy for all forms of Headache Electric then stood under it. Town Topics. Hitters has proved to be the very best. It effects s permanent cure and the raott dreaded habitual At Barboursville John Poff was sentics headache yields to its influence. Wc urge for life for the killall who arc afUlctfd to procure a bottle and give tenced yesterday this remedy a fair trial. In cases ol habitual con- ing of James Tuggle, in Knox county, Electric Bitters cures by giving the stipation needed tone to the bowels and few cases long re- eight years ago. He has asked for a now use ol this ir.edicln . Try it once Large m Cure for Headache. tftfctHBttt Is KcctiTinf Hii FALL : AND: WINTER : GOODS. call. sist the bottles only jo cents at A. R. Penny's Drug Storo. trial. Goods Warranted and a PerlectJFit Guaranteed. Give me rfsE .:? 1 t? : ''-- V W- - t&LLJjmUB Semi-Week- ly f I r i r K iv u i 5 T t V kift If ft K For the Week llcglnnlnr; Dee. 31. A Connecticut Woman Makes IJoth Tout ject to the action ol the Democracy. SAM H WAKNACK, I'rnr Comment liy Rer. 8. II. D03I0. try anil Vegetable lay. tlio year. What Tone Published Evory Tuesday and Friday hnsiloue. Tho clwo ofwill do Ps.cxv.U-lS-God This is how Mrs. Bower, n poultry KENTUCKY. O. P. ; What Uo .oridon, AT raiser of Connecticut, manages both I's. till, S3, U. ol Is candidate for Jailer, subject t$S PER YKiVBINADVANCffi i pre anil R. Tho cl'wo of n yw.' Bhoulil bo nn Im- chickens and rhubarb plants: "I set rhu- thoa Democratic party. He would to the actionour Ipatttifitted and refurnuheil of tti-in pimi Ralappreciate ) !' d.i iillpnd the wants SrWhn not o paid $.60 will be chargeportant tluio in our lives. As tho mer- barb a short distauco from my hen- vute. tcatonable very J1 chant invoices his goods, bo wo should houses, placing the coops with young exiunino ourbolvcs nnd our relation to chickens near tho plants. As tho hills JOHN M. JOHNSON D. S. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. God by looking backward nnd forward. havo been mulched during tho winter, Is a Candidate for Alienor of Lincoln county in old stand ol J II At the wo look back wo eco tho blessings they aro ready to start early in spring, subject to the actlobol the Democratic party. As Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning of God, nnd theso past blessings fill our and May 1 tho leaves nro ns largo ns a at j:o p.m. Hustonvillo, - Komuukv. hearts with tho suro and certain hopo common pnlm leaf fan and shelter the A. GIVENS L. AH. LOCAL TIME CARD. to see Would that theso blessings will bo continued chicks. Wo begin pulling for market, Is a Candidate for ShetlfT of Lincoln county, sub- show be glad stock ofhtt numernu i l goods ronmt lhm his into tho future Wo can only judgo continuing till July 10, when from ninp ject to the action of the Democratic party. ximd't Saddlery. Ilardwaie, Hug le ami ..l37 P Hatl train going North ...... (live him a call hills wo hrul taken last season 23 pounds, Implements, lajpm tho futuro by tho past. Tho psalmist " " South......... ...... n 51 which wo sold for $7.09, nearly 70 cents a Ctprtti train - South... .3J a m lays thoso two conditions very plainly hill, besides what wo used in tho family A. S. PUS 1 and practically before us. Following 30 Lscal Frtiiht North. , pm tho order of tho topic, lot us notice: j 07 Southww4 and gavo to neighbors. After cuttiug Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of SORGHOr The latter train alto carry passengers. the democratic party. 1. What Godhasdono for us Ps. csv, wo took up three hills, making six out tima . Solar Ofliceover McRaberts Drug Stere Iw The above li calculated on standard IS). Tho psalmist rocalls what God each, setting them in good, rich soil, and Owsley llulldlng. iaa it about to minutes fatter. M. uetoro lrost came each now hill was had dono for Israel in ono soutence Stanfsrd. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. "Ho hath boon mindful of us." llow nearly as largo ns tho original. I am Isa Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action CRAIi ORCHARD truo wero theso words I In Abraham, also extending n palmetto asparagus bed of tbe democracy. Going: North train pass Junction City at fowandering in n land not his own, God to tho vicinity of my henhouses. This Vestibule start! 6 a. m. llow: Limited 3 p. m. Local 11:55 p. m Florida had been mindful of them. FEED SA1E In Egypt, makes a paradiso for hens when the Limited 1:4? a. m N. O. Vestibule u:jS p. m. Florida surrounded by slavery nnd ruled by leaves nnd branches nro grown. They South Limited 11 p m Local 1:11 p. in. tyranny, Ho was mindful of thorn. In aro planted so doep that tho roots aro Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to tne action At John lluchansti'a stable in Crao Onhaiil, K Vestibule arrives S 49 p. m. tho wildorncss, in conquoring Palostine, not disturbed, and I run tho cultivator of the Democratic party. XV. RAMSEY, in their oxiles, in thoir wars, in times during summer onco in two weeks beof pence, in tiinns of forgotfulncss and tween tho rows. Tho hens do tho hoeWho will at all times he glid to accumulate all of rebellion against Him and His law, ing and aro glad of tho privilege The Is a candidate for with good rigs at reasonable rates. iS As to the scratching does good to both nsparagus lessor, of Lincoln County, subject tooffice ofof tbe action Ho had still boon mindfal of thorn, as a nation, as a church and as Individu- nnd rhubarb, whilo tho plants of both democratic party. W. II. MILLHK. J II. SOWDF.K. als. Ho had provided them with pres- afford good protection for young chickens from tho rays of tho sun." I,. DAWSON, ent blessings and hopes for tho futuro. MILLER & bOWDK. Ho had guided them and protected Tho chosen flower of tho Pro Ro Nnta Is acaod-datforjailcr,subject;to the action ol them, and woll might their sweet sing club of Washington is tho white chrys- the democracy. er exclaim, "Ho bath beon mindful of anthemum. Loading ladies, socially HAILEY, us." Tho samo hand that was mind- and intellectually, In the Capital City Doators and Brokers, to this club, and one of its cardinal ful of Israel has been traidinir us Isacindidateforjailcr, lubject to, the action ol Q ' through tho past year. All that wo principles is to discuss any question, no the old JctTeraonlan democracy. STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY. havo had, all that wo havo enjoyed, has matter what, that concerns the human Office Interior Journal Hullu ng. MsoafeTy coino from Him, nnd to Him wo should race. Pro Ro Nata id thus ono of tho WALLACE VARNON, give praiso for all things. bravest clubs of women in existence. SA1-H- .. the office of Coun 2. What God will do (Ps. civ, 12). At tho recont anniversary meeting at Is a candidate for ty Judge; subject to the action of democratic parA cream of tarter baking pow- From what tho Lord had dono tho tho beautiful residonce of its president, ty. Fine lllut Gran Farm ot jjjtj acres on pik "" and finely impr veu. der. Higest of all in leavening psalmist logically infers what Ho will Mrs. Lucia E. Blount, "Tho Oaks," do namoly, "Ho will blesa ns." God Washington, Por Ro Nata defined her y B. a. F. " of 100 act , Uiferml strength. Latest United States had blessed His people, and tho psalm- position asj follows, "Tho truths wo least mi. at low pnci. Government Food Report. for Jailer, subject to the actloti ol Is ist naturally comes to tho conclusion wish to hoar aro thoso which it is most thea Candidate Democracy. 4. Fine Hlue Grass Farm, of ioj acre., In high state of cultivation well Impraved; iillsicd low CO., that God will bless them, and Ho did. to our interest to learn." Every woman Wo havo scon that God has been mind- ought to mako this her doctrino also. 108 Wall St.. New York. of 14s acres, near K. R. st.ti.n. Geod 5 W. HAYS, ful of us, and wo concludo that this is blue grass land; will tell cheap. A fow years ago Miss Mary Timber-ma- n . evidence that Ho will still continuo to of Keokuk, la., studied elocution. Is a candidate tor aller, subject to the.factlou ct Illut Grass Farm ot its acres, on pie, two the Ucuiociacv. ?. from htaiitoid, good Hlue grass land; l bo mindful of us and to bloss us. Our Her part of tho work was dono thorprice and on easy terms. references teach us: 1. That Ho will oughly. Tall, graceful and with a HAMPTON, JELLICO, TENNESSEE, bles3 us temporarily, or in this Hfo (Ps. strong, rich voico, sho was a marked 8 to u. Town lots in Stanford In areas to suit In theso verses tho psalm- success artistically. But sho was not Is a eandidlte for Jailer, subject to the action ot purchasers. B. Montgomery, Prop. civ, ). Mrs. ist doclares that God will bless them known to famo, and paying engagements the democracy. acre film larm wit esce lent 17 mill, dwelling and other pili, all tho houso of Israel, tho houso of camo in slowly. Mary Timberman could miles loin btanloid. r.The best hotol In tbe city and the only one with Aaron, them that foar Him, both groat not nfford to wait. Sho found opporSAM M. OWENS, 14 Larg. blue grass larm, capable ol divitioc a sample room for drummers Especia attention and small. Theso blessings aro tho i Mi tunity to get an engagement on tho reg- Is a candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub- In Detira . 1. 11 at to the traveling public. Kates $. ls ilneiil..- - nd ou i blessings of this lifo. 2. That Ho will ular theatrical stage nnd accepted it at ject to the action of tno democratic nroary. bless us eternally (Ps.lxxiii, 24) 'Thou onco. It was a huinblo placo at first, 6. Goal twesiory frame bulldinr; welt fini.h-e- d . . on Main lr t inE. shalt guido mo with Thy counsel and but sho did not refuso it because it was n WEAND, .V I a 15 feet front, aoo back. afterward rccoivo mo into glory." Hero not upon tho top round of tho ladder. courty, wo havo a referenco to tho blessings oho has worked and studied conscien- Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln primary. sub7, Small firm of 19 aeres on Haiglag Foil tt IwilloDenon lanuarv 16th. iSot. a the action of the democratic Will exchange for small home atid Li er sett l Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ot which God will givo to Hia people tiously from that day to this, neglecting ject to low price on easy terms jersey mint to tne people 01 stamora ana now this lifo. no opportunity toimprovo herself in her land atthelollowing prices, delivered: so Smsll farm ol So acres, s mile Iruin htauftrd Biblo Readings Gen. ili, 2; I profession. Sho has never been without welllmproved, at a bargain. so cents Fresh Milk, per gallon county and Chron. rnii, 22 ; Ps. xni, 8 ; Dent, ii, an engagement from tho first year on Is a Candidate fcr Jailer of Lincoln Skimmed Milk, por gallon 10 cent Furl, near not to commit themselves to any 31. Farm of fV acres on Hinting aiVs his ....... 8 cent 7; Joshua xvii, 14; Ps. xvi, 7; lxvii, 1 nnd is steadily climbing up tho ladder. oae else, friendsis forced to stay at home and work Turnersville Fine llluc grassland, wt atrrt. Butter Milk, per gallon....... as he ol the cilv, 2; Prov. lii, 83; John xiv, fronts on pike, with good Improvements ail i.lcc This year sho is tho woman villain in tho His candidacy is subject to the action I trill make two trips dally. The patronage oi the Rom. v, young orchard. Price low. party. xy, 33; I Cor. i, 3; Epb. "Power of Gold" company, and a lovely G. A. PKVTON, public is solicited. H Stanford, Ky vi, 23; gijr. Pet. i, 2; Rov. xiii, 21. villain sho is too. js Hotel, store house an ceitage leelv ihI conveniently locsted near depot In London, K G. W. Thanksgiving day was finally estabNineromsin dwellug, for o is. Hi c tUg' A Famous Endcavorer. buildings house lished as n general holiday through the Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action ol store bsrn of 3 r oms All newtiee I good I.ol jcox 3ro feet tat" lr Rov. S. H. Doylo ot Mounds-ille- , W. exertion of a woman Mrs. Sarah the Democracy. store snd hotel. Will sell cheap an mi ea v terms Va., is a most activo Endeavorer, espeHalo, tho P. B. RILEY, 'Proprietor, cially in literary work. Mr. Doylo was Mrs. Halo agitatedPhiladelphia editor. the subject in her cr , TrccH Hale ! bornatst.Clairs-villoLondon, Kentucky. writings constantly during tho darkest O., In 1803 period of tho late war. Then, nftcr sho I have moved to my new Hotel and am bettsr and united with had manufactured a public sentiment in Srepared than ever to accommodate the public . No 41. of United Rrothers At our Fruit Farms and Nurtetii- oe lie Wn. attachod and every convenience tho Presbyterian favor of Thanksgiviug day, sho went to Ol Cleopatra Lodg--ol Friendship. of Klngavllle, Lincoln county. W e have as fi . Give me a call. a an nan i"tr hill.il, uit Treechurch when but President Lincoln nnd begged him to Know All Men fly These 1'resents, th.t we, FRANK RILZY 77 anting ito orch.rx .Ml cite s Abe .h.nkt.Scoii S. Reid. D. C, 13 years old. His w Ap es and PFa Oichsrv lames Carpenter, Jerry a proclamation for tho observanco of lluckner, Walker ..v.fi-- i Dlar-dilI. mil cikio eta at io nrr tt.i ilr.d courso through tho last Thursday in November, 1804, as Wade. Frank Adklns, Milk. i) I h. ire ate tike, the vtM ties ilie Job. Green Helm. John H.lm, Hugh collego and ts attrartil til in sit- tho Thanksgiving holiday. President Cook.femlthEmbry.Wm Jones and Kobt Lrile, F Mr.M aipy will b )miiI h.r. nl.f county. Kentucky, line seminaol Lincoln Lincoln granted her petition nnd uttered all residents ourselves togt'ther and become meet '., J. A. MiKltK rs. ry was accom tho proclamation, and so tho day has by assottate the laws of the State of Kentucky, (4 All persons having claims against the estate of Kiiistli, Ky. under and adopt D. G. Slaugh. cr, dee'd, will file the same properplished with tho stood tho last Thursday in November-o- ver fur the purpose hereinafter esprcs.cd ly certified to and proven with me by an. i, '94. the following articles of incorporatian, highest honors, Any one knowing himself to be mdebttd to the shall be Cleosince. eft n. 1. The name ol the corporation ' estate will call and settle immediately. ho taking his deof he Unl"a ' R. II. URONAUGH, Admr., Many of tho flowers that supply tho patra Lodge. No. 43. gree in theology Crab Orchard, Ky 701m rev. b. H. dovlh. from tho Western New York markets aro raised a hundred II. The principal place of business at Stanford, Full stocks ct business to be Theological seminary, Alleghany, Pa., miles away from tho city, being ehipiKid KlItU1ChT general nsture of the aid to member, vines, aspartfut,fruit and ornamental a ' srns rc small Iruita sfci ihn, ol When tho ther- transacted shall be the giving pto.ldinK of fund thing usually r tTAPANESB in 1600. Mr. Doylo at onco becamo to dealers isby express. tho I a liur err r.iai.li.hiwtii ordlstres.ed , the are floriculturist therefor sick fo. the burial of mometer at zero, dead and the e. We sell Jirect to the planter and tuv w ae pastor of n Presbyterian church at Fin-le- y and membership geuerally, who are Indi- Catalogue on application ville, Pa., whero ho continued until wraps the blossoms and plants in cotton lief of tnoneedy, and to It F. HILLKXwKYhH, with the (.rand wool and puts them into a clo&o covered gent and the Order in its chailtable undtrtikingi. Lrnti.t, K) his removnl to his present field. Mr. Lodgeof as come within the scope of wagon which is warmed by an oil lamp and lodoauch things Doylo's interest in Christian Endeavor benevolence. o nfrPPniTnnvS?00 Treatment, ooneUtlng two dates back to 1882, when ho united or stovo and drives to tho railway sta- charity andcorporation bemn organued for charlta-tiI V 1 ho RtrPPOSlTOIllES, Cnpenlee of Ointment and Itozps of Ointment. A ne to a purposes only, it to have no capital stok or Curo for rilea tho society at St. Clairsvillo, O. tion. There they nro transferred ", to .hV.lrTB.,.nro & ,1w mokes an operation with car also thoroughly warmed, thenco stockholders; but each person who contributes be the corporation the sum or seven dollars shall ,ec"onot cnrbollo nndwhich In 1801 ho began his commentaries on carried to their destination. toa, the benefits entitled a Peoneat deemeda member andshall comply with the rulrs fJSffi rSS,aw0hlomtmnecessary. euro, often tho Christian Endeavor topics, which Why enduro long as he JEWEI-EK- . as ihla torrlble diaeuee? Mrs. Lillio Mahon Siegfried, besides of such, so We Kunrantoo havo fcinco becorao so widely known. corporition and pay such dues, fines and the boxes to cure pnv case. You only poy for made against the members to Tho Pres- composing ballad mubio on her own ac- assessments as shall beits support. leneflta recetved. box, 0 for V by maJL Ocincle Thoy wero first contributed -- :free, Guarantees tin by onrngents. tune to time lor issued to Tho West- count, is tlio manager of n series of high- from The corporation shall commence trom the Banner nnd V CONST IPATION Cuetf' p,lcs Prevented, byterian Endeavorer. lutcr proper for recly successful Sunday evening concerts in 61ineofthee articles in theexpiration ofllce tweuty minster D. Japanese Uer Pellets ot h BTOit LIVER nnd ST0S1 Xcif ord and'termlnatc rtthe VTOK ra Besides all this literary work, Mr. Now York city. UIOOD PURIFIER. . Bmun, mild nnd pleoennt to five lie' years are to be coninVr, especially ndaptod lor cltfidroa'u uso. CUDoo Doylo is editor of tho missionary deVI It is nlways n pleasure and nu inspira- ducted Tne aaffairs of the corporation to be elecO cent. by Hoard of five j Directors, partment of Tho Boys' Brigade Courier tion to follow tho career of n woman ted annually, from and by tho lawful membsof GUARANTEES lasuod only by of Cincinnati, organ of tho Boys' Bri- who cannot "bo downed. the corporation. at theli first meeting in U'cember of each ear. And at the same lime there stall be d A. R. PENNY. gades of tho United States and Canada. elected a M.ser. a Deputy SUteT, a hecreUM Mrs. Charlotte C. Holt has been for and an Assistant Secretary and a Treasurer, which Ho is also editor of tho West Virginia many years insiector for tho WToman's last named otticers shall be the executive officers corporation, and shall fill tho various chairs A. G. L an ham Christian Endeavor Banner, tho organ Protective ogency of Chicago. ohn 13. Cattleman. This of the stated "' officers ho was of his state union. Last Juno at the meetiB. nd -- '' ,' until Ihtn sue agency is much engaged in securing shall hold one year and elected president of tho Wheeling dis- wages to women when employers try to cessors are office lor and qualified. 1 he TreUrer elected the trict union, and tho noit month tho cheat them out of it. Mrs. Holt found shall be required to Kive bond forshall lalthful perbe fued by ot duty.in such sum as formance Christian Endcavorcrs of his etato rec- that sho could do littlo without tho serv- the constitution and he corporation said othces to hold same until the efficiency by makognized his zeal and shall at once fill ices of a lawyer. This meant nn election In December. The said officers and iloarA ing him tho president of tho West Virtho agency could not afford. So shall have such duties and powers as shall be be to rules a d ginia Stato union. Mrs. Holt herself determined to study adopted. them by the law and attend to court cases for tho VII. The private property of the members la Clirlatlnn Endeavor Notes. corporate debts. be of friendless women. She did so and has to VII.exempt trom Stato Secretary A. E. Dowhurst the corporation shall Rock Bottom Prices. I ion The Indebtedness lately passed an excellent examination not exceed five tho a sand rf dollars. BARBEE&CASTLEMAJS New York roports anincreaso of 18,200 and been admitted to tho Chicago bar, iven tottj.n said corporation snail have perpetual personal attention IX. 'I he members for tho last year. Tho record succession, the right to sue and be sued in Its cor- work. One call will convince MANAGERS,: seal, to make a common Women aro moro ngrecablo to have porate name to have property and transfer same of societies is 2,000 Young Pooplo's, 450 Junior nnd a total membership of around than men, because thoy do not contracts, to acquire a private individual. To es- that this is the place to trade at - pleasure as ns Commerce Building Louisville 108,200. Nino thousand conversions expectorato. and rules ar.d regulations for the tablish government of Its members and shall possess all Agents throughout tbe South. havo beon roportod for tho 12 months. A quarter of a century ago an English the powers of abody corpora e OHIO snail "Christian Endeavor, and not human woman, Mrs. Bates, planted a white lily X The corporationpresent have the rfghMore-ceive- CHESAPEAKE members of the vomembers the which this is formed, A. TEIBBLI, Local Ajant, endeavor. Wo mako human endeavor, bulb which had been presented to her luntary association, payment of the s. nnd down, down, down wo go. It must because it was of rare and beautiful va- without the alt of tbe propertymembership fee, as it STANFORD, KV. ol said association bo Christian Endeavor. "Rov. Gilriety. It thrived and increased and succeeds to whereef, witness our signatures In testimony Phlladoipn brought her other bulbs liko itself, which this Jist day ot rsovemoer, iaqj. bert Reid. Abe Shanks. S. Reid. Baltimore, Now YorW sho also plnuted, and at length sent somo Tho Endcavorors among tho Friends D. C Jackman, V. M. lonei. And all other Eastern Cities J. M. liroadus, Scott liuckoer, of Kansas aro moving in tho matter of of tho lily flowors to tho London market. W. K. Atkins, I. M. Wade. meet- Now Mrs. Bates and her daughters contho nppoiutmont, by their yearly Henry Salter, Shorten. Line between Louisville, Lexiiivtui Lillard Fisher, Smith Kmbry, Eastern Points. John Cook.Sr , ing, of a Christian Eudeavor evangelist duct a very successful business of cultiD.Tardirf, Jr , James Carpenter, Wm. to work among tho young people of vating lily bulbs, selling them at the rate IN EFFECT NOV. i, , Green Helm, Robert Lytic, of COO a week and realizing a handsome Walker Sutton, John Helm, their congregations in tho state. Hugh Baker. EAST IlOUNli. Lvh Leiingti.i income. James Green, A suggestion has been made that tho tlantlc Express No 11, daily ; 54 "Women can havo a tremendous influi Midi ind Accommodation, No 16. ex Nu superintendent of the Junior society Vestibuled Express, No 14 daily...... ,5 be made a membor of tho Young Peo- ence In bringing about tho overthrow of Sit. Sterling Accom., No a8, ex. Suu J tho great political machines that disple's society. This n.tlce forewarns hunters, fishermen and WESTnOUND. Arr Lesmgi"' Outon our lands without per The Quebec convention won tho dis- grace our civilization," sayB The Out- others not to trespasswill be prosecuted to the full Lexington Accom No J7,ex Sun . 8 uo mission, as all iuwh Then Louisville Express Nn, si daily tinction of being tho first Christian En- look. adds, with equal truth Theto the e.teentof.belaw.MSlrAdowiz 11 look "A woman indifferent , Lexington Accom. No, 15, ex Sun . . deavor convention attended by thornier Vestibulcd Espress No: 13, daily T. D. NEWLAND. especially in municipal G. C LYON. of tho country in which it was held. present evils, promise of making gives no FREDnAUMANN. Solid Vestibulcd Trains with Dining ( . . ATLord Aberdeen, the governor general of government, R. L. WHITE. u tranfers the man . Canada, ud esscd tho Juniors at their better uso of i3tho ballotin than primaries , Through Sleepers from I.eaii.gni J.L.nilCK. whoso power not felt the :hange T. C. HALL. Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, rally. II W FULLFR, PETER HALMER. (ill RYa.-.to prevent unqualified, unequipped men II. LI I'S. ol the belt Barbers in the State Gen. Pass. Agt, Ass t Gen. u- iIS I'll Thero aro 105 societies in tho Re- from securing tho nominations." there arc three Washington, D. C. Clncinn J. E. I1IIUCE. are also excellent Hath Rooms run In There formed church in the United States. Agent lor I cxing ton SteamLaundry. Eliza Arciiaud Conner. Topko Interior Journal CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. JAMES W. GIVENS Is a Candidate for County Judge of Lincoln, sub- THE OLD KOITSB - OB. M SAliE I HUFFMAN - iJnlning Very rte'r Kings-vil- li farms, Maniiii Onenriit'er of them One n little 9 aries, the other iij acres, Wt hlli imptiiv.)! with good residences barns, .Vt s,ooo young bearing Call mill . them Iruit trtf apilia aid peaches on the 01 acre t es tuy reason lor wanlartn I'll age ami ing In .ell All uiiintlim'iereil. to ier fir-n- D M. CRKIGIITON. 73-t- f Kingsvllle, Ky. 0AUPENTKU, n-f- XDroso-MaJcin- g well-know- n J. I i K Kuiel-tur- 'l MRt-- . Of Clnl-.nail- , COREY hasl.dfted SAUNDERS, In Stanford 1 P- 4 .....mm DINK FARMER , F. ELKIN, !' l'es ami In cutting 11. ea the French lall.tr Sys.n lie fnuiul At Mn. W m. Rice's on tem l.ewer Main Mie-1- , whrr she will be glad to have the ladie. call on ber. Sh-c77-t- m ler the sHtrp.r 01 coni'm linir a Dress Making Kstab. Il.hiii.nt he l fully convcrant with all the ! TO THIS T.ApTTig, ol Viss MallfeAl- as 'I iliiuner for this seaxin,-- I co dull, invite the Utiles to Inspect a s.l.cirtl ttnik ol Milliner at pilies to suit the I he ladles are invited to see my nice, jew Linen and Imbroidery Material lihcol MISSLILCIk IIKAZI.r.Y. Stanford, Ky. 1 r-- 77, lr He. ifg secured the services fr mi Oncleimtl ' Blue-Gra- ss Ves-Ubu- ie JNO. BRIGHT umi J. m WJ, ils cart-full- Blue-Cr- E. D.KENNEDY, Pro'r., THi-- - P.O. MILLINERY. post-offic- OA Bakincr C'll at the e room and see the V. Lorout and Boat Solootod Stock (Millinery in town miliid to plrast yuii 10 e REAL -:- ESTATE The goods and puces are bo-lon- g JOHN MRS. P T COURTS. towaer Pure E. THE GOFFEY HOUSE AN FORD, KY PROPERTY FOR 1 J())M:'IJ COFFEY. Pru'r. hi. Helel, renovated and relurnished, Is now uij charge and I intend to conduct it so aa to only maintain ilablgh but 10 add . its teng ll.l ol (feuds. reputation, accommuda-tin- s Special tot cwnwercul tra.rleis and fine rooms Inr - ill.plov of samples JOHN MERSIION tin-l- . . I l royaivibakingjpowder W. rn A 4 Firse-Clns- s Saloon Jellico Coal Co., TJia; Floranoa Hotel, J. 7H t)ILI.IRI and WOOL ROOMS attached JOSF.I'll COFFKV. PETER 12-18- r'ulls Branch .r Ninety-thre- e impr-vct-c- U, Mmrrsand shippers olthe GKNUINK 4 I 53-6- m su-- Original Jellico Conl. I e- 4Mland is a W Office enrner ol Depot ate tbe sole agents tor Htanfotd .and uiiel and IIIOG1NS A WAITS. T.D. . I First-CIa- bo-yo- nd -- Commercial McKINNKY I T. J. HATCHER Hotol, KY. llulel at Mc-- n have hi c .ml tught Kr .luilietl a ahuvc lilrtitioued l-- 3i Dem-ocrati- c 1-- 5; Firat-Clao- 3 -i n Bar and Pcol Room. to DEBORD ait II. itpmred and tcl'irnlshed the llottl and keltrr than ever THE RILEY HOUSE 11 !' 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Hut when I noticed hero that I was 3 A TRAVELER HE WRITES HE IS getting down to whero I did not havo poveroigns enough for ft quorum I wont NOT A SUCCESS. to tho bank whero I bad been doing business nnd stnted tho ca.se. Tho cashier ilml na ft Collector of CnH on Good Securihis head nnd wild, "Wo cash ty lie la Kvnii Worse Still, but Ho la All Drown lJrcs.' letters of credit, but wo an ArlUt. ItlBlit don't supply needy Americana with pock et monoy on short Copyright, lKO.hr EtlRnr W. Nye notice, esjMflally Indian Suiimer In London. Very likoly other havo better when American luck in traveling than I do, for I nover banks, as nt present, can hardly fool snro that I mn on tlio right convoy-nncexcept whon I nm on board an ocean trust each other. steamer nml find my unmu prlntotl on the "Why," anid passenger lint. Even on tho road from ho, "I am told London to Liverpool fonr years ago, after thnt many of I'd been told by n dozen peoplo that thore your banks never was no chnugo, I found myself nt mid- havo over fiO.000 night f0 miles off tho road, nml would oroven less, whilo royal arms OF r.NO- -n havo been 200 If I hatl not been stopjwd bank hero is land (B. Nye, Artist), by th ocean. rather inferior that doea not carry a capTho gunrd looked nt my ticket and ital of 1,000.000 and from that up." told mo I should havo changed at Crowe. Ho then went on nbout his businos1, I had happened to bo in tho only car- - shoveling gold into tho hopper of n pair of grocer's scales with copper scoop na ho would sugar or salt. I did not discuss tho enso with him, but tried other banks, probably 55 or CO of them. I ottered to dciosit Now York checks nnd then pay for n cablegram regarding my identity nnd solvency. Then d I produced well known peoplo of who wero acquainted with mo, but they wero nil noblo peoplo whom tho cashier did not know. Noblo peoplo who nro unarmed uro never recognized by a cashier even in Americn. It is always Billy tho Kid or Shncknasty Jim, annul to tho teeth, who is recoguized nnd who overdrnws his account. In n few days my sovereigns lccnmo shillings, nnd tho tlmo catnu when I did not ride any moro in cabs. I slid into n pawnshop ono ovoning with n notion of leaving my watch, but my courage failed me, so I looked ovor some goods with tho air of n purchaser nnd then gently got out. o Ono night I went to bed with only only rofurrjvcK on hand. on hand. In tho morning tho landrlngo which did not ko through to Liver-loo- l lord laid my bill down by my plato at without chnngo. Tho booking ofilco breakfast. wnn closed, tho lunch phial wan also Sloantimo I had managed to deposit closed, and I could not learn what to do Fomo New York checks with an exIn order to got to Liverjiool In tlmo for change, nnd it hnd sent n messenger boy my steamer, which would tart early and with thorn to New York, I judge, to see promptly at 1 o'clock tho same day, it if they wero good, bo I looked forward Iwing now iast V2. An hour after I hoard to getting tho monoy insido of s.oven n train approaching nnd unw tho window weeks. Yet Insido of thnt timo I might of tho lKXiking offlco slowly open. With lo in tho workhouse, and in that way at my heart in my month, I inquired when least roach America, for many work1 could get n train toward Livorjool. house peoplo and pnupou uro sent to Tho ngent bauI I could not get to Liverpool beforo 2 o'clock Wednesday, which, it struck mo, would 1h nn hour after my steamer hnd gone, mid to run and catch up with n steamer that ban an hour the start Is discouraging. IIu told mo to tnko tho next kraln at 1 o'clock which wax then pulling in. 1 wm just going to buy n ticket, but ho saw tho ono I still had. for tho guard did " not tnko it up, and told mo that I did not mimmm need nnother ticket. This struck mo na nr.NKY vim (B. Nye, Artist). vory generous, for our railroads mako k America from nil over Europe nnd Orent passenger pay for his ignomuco by buybut that would tnko tlmo, nnd 1 ing nnother ticket. So with my old ticket Britain,thus miss tho arrangements I had would I got nloard and reached Livorjool not paid in advanco for my reat 2 p. m.( but at 'J a. m., nml slept tilli). mado and Now for when I returned. York ception in Howovor, I was bo scared for an hour Whon tho landlord laid his bill for tho that my scalp turned iwrfoctly white. week on my breakfast tablo, I felt most Last week I had nu ungageuieut for wretchedly. This is no fancy sketch. dinner nt 7 nnd concluded 10 go by tho It is thtrfruth. I had only fourpenco in nnderground road. As wo stopped n my pocket. My bill for fivo suits of uiinnto or two in ono of tho stations, I clothes was on my fautoull up stalra. I got out nimbly nnd lought n Pall Mali resolved to bo frank nbout it, and let tho magazine. Tho train wad just starting consequences lw what thoy might. as I got back nnd into my car. It turned "Mr. Herbert," said I, for that was his name, and 1 always call n man by his right name if I can romember it, "I shall havo no money until tho Inst of noxt week. Tho checks havo been font no"V over 10 days, and tho mesonger boy la exacted back with tho money a week from Saturday. But I cannot pay you until then, though I nm very sorry." "Oh, I didn't present tho bill for said ho, "but so that you would eco if it was right. You cau havo 10 or iVjO if you liko any time, sir." I had not felt hungry Iwforo that. My breakfast had n tingo of molancholy to it. Even tho big, fat English chops seemed to Imj covered with regret, but in ilvo minute 1 began on thnt breakfast liko n man who has been locked np in a freight car for eight days between Billings and tho Bad Lands. Fifty pounds in gold lay on tho clean white tablecloth, and tho landlord, with a largo L, stood smiling behind my chair and asking if ho could bring mo up another breakfast. NYK AT HIS ART WORK. 1 found afterward that I could havo out, howovor, to bo uuothor carrlngo, for wived all my misery if I had gono to tho my umbrella, ovorcoat and speech wero right place, but I havo that sort of gift for not in tho rack whero 1 had loft thorn. going to the wrong pluconud iwing salutAt tho noxt station I got out and tried ed with n kick in tho ribs, which makes mo nnother car in tho briof timo I had to do hositnto nl)0'it traveling, and whon 1 tell it in, but it was not my car, though it my actual exporienco aftor I do travel looked tho same. peoplo do not always bolievo whnt I say. I did this nil tho way to my destinaHowovor, I can glvo names, dates aud tion nnd then gnvo it up. I asked an numbers of streets in this case. ofllcial what to do, for I wns in ovening Tho past week I havo devoted largely drcsa nnd n soft cap. Ho said tho quick- to tho study of history nnd tho examinaest way would lw to wait there till my tion of ancient secondhand btoves, train canio nround again. Meantimo armor and other kitchen utensils. ho would wiro tho guard to search for tho goods, whilo I telegraphed tho presiding ofllcor of tho dinner that n fatal accident had dolayed mo. I waited nil tho ovouing in tho cold un- til my train undo ty; circlo nnd a portor brought mo my stun". That was ono of tho best speeches I ovor dolivered. I delivered it to a messenger boy who took it to tho ofilco of a morning paper whilo nto n braco of Welsh rabbits by my lonely self and wont homo. If a noto of iiivltntlon should como to mo today requesting mo to dlnont palaco, 1 would stipulato that royal carriago bo sent to my lodgings tho for mo in order to nvoid tho blttor which would bo felt na it in the twelfth CENTURY CB. Nyo, Artist). Bottled down like ft pall on tho houseI givo tho royal arms of England of her meat gracious majesty when hold it should bo learned that I waa lost in from Richard I to Edward IU, showing how much improvement has been St. Jolin'a Wood. Another cunoynnco which I bocui to mado in tho manufacture of arms Binco havo ft copyright on ia my failure to get that timo. I mado tho drawing hastily with my now stylographlo pen, and bo it money when I run short. onco I used up my letter of la n crudo affair, but it gives tho correct In Paris credit sooner than I had expected to do expression on tho fnces of tho lions nud " and asked tho bank whero I had drawn bIiows their innnuer of walking nf ter n meeting with closed doors. my monoy beforo to draw bycnblo on my homo bank. It was dono beforo I Tho jug or flagon nt tho bottom coutalua o Eng-glaufour-ponc- UNLUCKY IflLL iNYE. wn8sail. I threw thnt in myself and a koy to tho wholo grouping nnd arrnngo-meof tho picture Sometimes nn nr-tlnt st Low Rates to St. Louis via "Big Four with genius that way can nld tho spectator so that nt n glanco ho sees tho ipirlt of tho master. Tho peculiar thing on tho tall of tho middlo Hon Is a bow of bluo ribbon which ho has attached to his person in k spirit of badinatro and to show how con- temptuously total abstinoncowns treated during tho reign of Richard I. Tho drawing which follows represents Henry VIII rojKwing on his couch after n hard day's work on tho throne. It shows tho somewhat crudo nnd' unpretentious led of that period as well as the expression of his nibs whilo nslcep. It is said to bo tho only portrait of Henry VIII taken whilo ho was asleep. Noto tho graceful outlino of tho figure, 'which ia but half concealed by tho patchwork bed quilt constructed entirely of neckties and cravats contributed by tho king's courtiers. Tho third drawing shows in tho cruel-es- t mnnncr (for I nin not nri nrtist and often err ovon in tho simplest principles of nrt nnd havo on hand threo oil paintings now supposed to bo by Rembrandt which wero dono by n painter and gralner from Manchester) in tho crudest manner, I repeat, this drawing shows tho ecclesiastical costumes of tho twelfth century. Tho drawing is merely nn outlino and needs shading and finishing up to givo tho correct idea, yet tho study is mado on tho spot from n painting of that period. All of my drawings nro mado direct from life or from tho old masters. Route." In addition to Boding tickets at low rntiB between nil points for Christmas J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Holidays, the Big Four Route will make a special reduced rate of $12 00 for the SchnIoii 5U1 1893. round trip, Cincinnati to St. Lonif nnd return, affording everybody an oppor Full corpi ol Conservatory nd Normal School teachers. Superior courses In Literature, Music asd tnnity to visit the West at nn extremely An Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. low rate. The improved service of the Big Four Route, providing solid trains will) elegant parlor cars, palnco tleepinjj carp, nnd hotel dining cars between (Jin cinnati and St. Louis, makes it tho popu Inr lino for Western travel. Make no Will be delivered right at your door on the following days or the day arratiKeuients for your holiday trip with- thereafter. You will not be disappointed. It will be out your way out communicating with J. E. Reeves, General Southern Agent, Cincinnati, O as follows: Crab Orchard and Preachersville Pikes E. O. McCormlck, PneeengerTraflic Every Monday I). B. Martin, Genernl Passenger Duddcrar's Mill Pike Every Tuesday & Ticket Agent. Stanford Female College. Fall Tuesday, September 3 Man-nge- r. Lancaster Pike On this doctors don't disagree. It may bo regarded rb an assured fact that the delegates to tho Pan American Congress Danville Pike Hustonville Pike Tim lloj-'- Opinion. Detroit vo?eosc n gentleman who think- - ii" is a lino shot nud a great hunt- er, but theru aro somo dissenters from tliis opinion. Not long ngo ho went into tho country for a two days' hunt, nnd tho first morning ho started off early down tho rond to a field whero ho up a rabbit or thought ho might two. On the fence by tho field satn loy, who surveyed tho hunter's olaborato equipment critically. "What you lookiu for?" ho inquired familiarly. "Rabbits. Havo you seen any?" "Yoh," said tho loy, nodding toward tho field, whero n dozen or moro cattle woro browsing, "thoro'a somo over thoro." "But I can't go in thero," contended tho hunter "I might ehoot somoof those nt Washington, who travel over the Chesapeake & Ohio iKnihvny will, with one accord, oraiso its scemry and train service There is nothing in the way ol lovely mountain views and picturesque valleys of tho Virginias, to compare with that through which the r Ohio Railrood passes. There in nothing of historic nature in America ns great as a trip through tho Virginias hihI there is no other railroad in America superior to tho C. A O. in the smooth-n- t m and stability of its tracks.ltl.e F. F. V. Vestibule Limited being ono ol the fnmouH trains of the world. Tho Chesapeake & Ohio papees through Bull Run, ManueNis and other noted battle fields nnd is in all respects tho best routo for tho West, North-Wes- t and South-Wes- t to tho National Capital. For copy of Virginia in black and white, free and full in mi iiiation npnrding raWs and train service, nddrefs C. B. Rynu. Assistant G. P. A , Cincinnati, Ohio. Chen-speake- Somerset Pike Stanford Rowland Every Wednesday Every Thursday Every Friday Every Saturday Every Saturday Every Wednesday ALBERT HOMMEL, Rowland, Ky. W A IUU 11 W WEEMT ? A RELATIVE OR FRIEND, Mother, Father, Child, BROTHER OR SISTER? And in making your selection you can not afford to pass us by, because we have a large line of Xmas goods for less money than any place outside of the cities. 3EX.oliLl.syfs DR. S. G. If so we know you arc going to make them a present during the cattle," fZ '5-5- 2sy-; "HJ" st Tho lioy Miiffed tho air. "Wasn't you down this way last year?" ho inquired. "Yos, for n week." "1 nin't forgot. I seen yon shootin with that same layout. I'm teudenthem cattle, and ef you can't shoot any bettor than you did last year, I'll risk your hittin rfnything thero, unless it is that haystack, and that's purty safo unless you git closo enough to set it on fire." Dotroit Freo Press. Answered. The Ono of Chicago's most prominent lawyers tolls a good Btory on himself. Ho Boston. t This magnificent Wfgner Trnin has been built especially for service between Cincinnati, New York and Boston, running through solid to thtee cities'. withHeacquarters for-out change of cars. Composed of Elegant CoachtB, Wagner Sleeping Care, Library and Cafe Car, and Hotel Dining Car it has become famous. Complete in all of its appointments it is the Of all kinds. The most complete line of 'r "king of tho road." It leaves Cincinnati at 0:00 p. m. daily from Central Union Station, making connections with all through trains from the y ti2tfrr. South and lands passengers in New York Ever in Stanford. Prices according to the times. City nt Grand Central Station, avoiding f rry transfer. Whtn you go East tnke GEOKGE B. rRUWITT. B. B. KING. this train. D. B. Martin, General Psssenger nnd Tirket Agent. E. Or'.McCoimick, Passenper Traffic Manager. to-da- y The finest train in Americn is conced- OS? ed to be the South wt stem Limited via BIG FOUR ROUTE to New Yoik nud HOCEEB, The Druggist. W, iL WEARER! & CO STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS V HEATING STOVES KINO & PREWITT. WJORELAND, KY., says: A farmer had ono of his noighbors arrested for stealing ducks, and I wns employed by tho accused to endeavor to convinco tho court that such was not tho case Tho plaintiff was positive his neighbor waa guilty of tho offonso charged against him, becauso ho had seen the ducks in defendant's yard. "'How do you know thoy nro your ducks?' I asked. " 'Oh, I should know my own ducks anywhere,' replied tho farmer, and ho went into a description of their different peculiarities whereby ho could readily distinguish them from others. " 'Why,' said I, 'thoso ducks canuot lie of such a raro breed. I havo Been s.omo just liko thorn in my own yard.' " 'That's not at nil unlikely, replied tho farmer, 'for thoy aro not tho only dncka I havo had stolen lately.' "Farm nnd Field. a little town near tho center of tho state. "It wns when I used to practico law in iny-inont- ," tickets Todkist'b Rates. Round-triWe have opened up a nice line ol to Lookout Mountain, Tenn., Florida and Geotgia points, Aeheville, N. C, New Orleans, La., Mexico City, Havana, etc., will be placed on sale by the Quetn te Crescent Koute on and after Nov. 1st, at We are daily receivingour' Fall Goods, which we are marking greatly reduced rates, 'be Q. & C. is down lower than ever. noted as running solid vistibuli d trains Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you to Florida and New Orleans. Direct lino Finest money. to the Southern Tourist Resorts. A ulr vnnr mtptir y are opening up a splendid line of Fall Millinery. t.cifie in tin. Kmitli for tickets over the Queen it Cresttnt; We have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. lie will quote you raleH or j on can W.C. RineHrton, G. P. A.,Cin cinnati, O. & p Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, 'I I I U"Ve od-drr- ss Corn Wanted. KHTG p-aSWIT- ir? nn-cio- nt Buck-iughn- m "edgo-ways- The Queen and Cnccent Route is preparing to issue mi elaborate publication in magazine form, descriptive of tho sections of the South tiihutflry to person sending us the amount of one j early subscription its line p. Capitalists, tourists and busi- QTo cveiy ness men aro not likely to fared tho to the Interior Journal, together with ten cents extra, we will send southern eiti b so long ss tie Queen ai d free a copy of The World Almanac for 1894. Single copies may be Crescent Route can reach them with ordered at the Interior Journal office far 25 cents. To llo Sure. this aitistic publication Copy of tins Proso ia tho cnomy of poetry, and al- mapazine will be mailed to any address on leteipt 01 1111 rentB in prmage ways has lieon. Rimaifcn, Address, W. A Quaker who had n youug and pretty stamps, 1 enrral IVtBenger Agent, Cincinnati, daughter was uwnkencd ono night by somo ono singing under his window. A Ohio. certoin young gentloman it appeared had TlllS SAXUY'b QUKRHY TO IXOKKSOLL. , mistaken tho fathor'a window for tho Lrautiful song (wonls and music regular daughter's. 21 .. si eet music s H) will ho mailed to any yrril 1 nn A Sovoral airs wero sung, and finally tho ore enclosing fir in stamps to I). G. Ed porenado struck into "Homo, Sweet wan'p. Genual Paseeng'r Apent, C. H Home." Tho old goutleman got out of ivtl). R R- Cincinnati. Ohio. The Best Reference Book Printed. lied and raised tho window. "Young man," Bald ho, "if thou hast Mr I. P. ltlalu, an extcnie rtal Mtate dealer of a homo, and a 6Wtet homo, ns thou say-cs-t, In l)e Moinei, Iowa, narrowly eicaprd nie tnp Everything iip to Date and Complete. why don't theo go home?" Youth's the seercit attacVa of rmtumonta while in 'J'." part ot that State duiiiifij rfn northern Companiou. rard, aji the Saturday Kcvlcw Mr lllalie cccanon to drie ineral nule ilurirg the itorm and wai o thcrouchly chilled that he wis unablo An Unovrn Distribution. to cct warm, and iLfcidc ofan hour aftir hi re Ihrralrnril Willi A ICMTC CJtC Ol Tho professional pessimist camo into ...... !. rrruwotilaor lung feer. Mr lll.lewnt to the tho ofilco looking nbsolutely cheerful. we drug ore and got a bottle ot Chamber-- ) react ENDORSED BY STATESMEN, EDUCATORS, AND "Well," they nsked him, "whnt ia tho lain'aCoiish Itemed). e( which he had oltcn He of large and took a number STUDENTS EVERYWHERE. complaint this morning?' heard,the effect wii wonderful and in a hort tlnio new cnuso of oaya , oailly. "I was thinking how unjustly things hnwnt breathing quitethe next He lent en tak--to waa able wero nrranged for n man who has ncorn. Inc to PesMolnef. Mr. Waneday regards hia cute come Has Reached Such a Stato of PerfecIt gets its worst mnshing from tho man as alroply wondeilul. ,. Forsalebyw H. fticKODCits, uruggm who is too heavy to kuock down." Intion That It Is a Veritablo Encyclodianapolis Journal. paedia of Facts and Events, Sor a .orf ihioat there i nothing I etur.than a Drought Down to January Explained. fl.nnel baudaje fanpenid with Chamberlains First, 1804. Halm. It will really atoms f fleet a cure In Pain Briggs 1 saw n district messenger one nlfht'. time This remedy ii also (i faonte boy in a horso car got up and givo his or ihtt'iiMiirr flil has cornII. marvtre cat. AlcRoberts, roc bottles for sale by W. seat to a lady tho other day. Stanford. GTpHE Edition of 1894 has been prepared Griggs What Buggested tho idea to J. with an extra force of editors. It will Wl en on a visit to Iowa, Mr.' W. K. Da'ton. ef him? Luray. Kusiell Co., Kansas, called at the labora- Briggs Ho wnuted to get out. Life, tory ol ChanibrnaiP w uuw have a novel and attractive cover, wide mar- to., lit sioine.. bov. whfse life had tceu them his sixJgins, new and improved binding; is printed saved by Chamberlaln'a Ccugh Uercedy It havAppropriate. ing cured him of a ety ene attack of croup. on eood paper, and contains more and better Mr. Dalioo la certain that it taied "I havo invented a now bicyclo which arH IstmhusiMtlc r hl prnueof thehis boy a life Krniedy I am going to call 'Tho Brazilian.' " information than any book of a similar nature published. It is 11. McKoberu,ItugglsH, For sale by V K.V. "Why?" easi"Becanso it makes revolutions bo BOOK. AFouth Georgia tehcolmprm has inly." Rochester Democrat nud Chronicle. troduced a new feature in her Echool. Signa or it. When ono of tho pirls miEtes a word, tho "Ia Smith really going to practico law boy who spells it celB permission to kiss SC?--- - m "' w-i- ij out in Arizona?" her. As a result, the pirls are lecominjf "I should think bo. no sold his library very poor sptlhrp, while tho boys aro JTetv York City. lt1ilrcss THE and bought half n dozen revolvers." improYinr. Chicago Iuter Ocean. dif-Heie- 02TLY TEN CENTS EXTRA. f t iTHB HOpD jHflNJIQ fori MU tNUYULUrtUIR rutiiou.w - m over'130(TtK. do. ther-dirima- cian-for- Drug-gl- t. -) eai-ol- d fctan-foi- d, AMERICA'SJMDARD IfOIlLn, YEAR' r- oenrMTc' Bgg;1 N Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Stanford, Ky., December 22, 1893 W. P. WALTON. LIGHT : PAGES. hi. P! Uti K committee did not find anything sufficient to base tho claim that Hon. Thomas S. Martin had procured his nomination by bribery, and the Virginia legislature accordingly elected him United States senator for the long term. Tho new Benator may be a man of much anagosity and general understanding in the neighborhood, but people at this distance aro apt to inquire as did the late lamented Beck, in reference to another man: Who the devil is Martin ? Senator Eppa Hunton, who is filling out Senator Barbour's term by appointment of the governor, was elected Secretary Cahliblk baa at last sent for that purpose. his report to Congress. It shows that there will be a deficit of $38,000,000 for Look here, Gov. McCreary, we are not the fiscal year, and to meet it he recom- disposed to hurry the procession, but you and us, do you not think mends several things. One is the issue r bonds, in small it is timo you had signified whom you cent, of 3 per amounts, to be disposed of through the intend to recommend for postmaster at and postofiices, or the Stanford? Mrs. Courts' terra expires r 3 per J n. 2Cth, and in justice to the prospecissue of $50,000,000 in also favors an tive appointee, and the public, we should cent, bonds at par. He increase of 10 cents a gallon on whisky, like to know, you know, so that the and a tar on legacies and incomes from proper arrangements can be made for a stocks and bonds. The suggestion is place to keep the office, which will likely made that there be no more silver leg- be hard to find islation till the effect of the repeal of the The Wilson tariff bill is now before Sherman bill is more apparent. The re- the House, but nothing will be done thin port is like everything that emanates aide of New Year's. After that it is not from Mr. Carlisle, clear and forcible, and expecting too much of tho majority to throws full light upon the entire situa- buckle down to work and pass the bill tion. at the earliest day practicable. Our good many other ways to platform has promised it aud upon that Tiikrk are a overwhelmingly kill a dog, says an old saw, than to cuoke promise our ticket was elected. Let ua keep our word and all him to death with butter. It Is now announced that the Obrsapeake, Ohio will be well. & Southwestern railroad has been sold Chicago will continue to have a demby Presideut Huntington to the Illinois ocratic mayor, at leant till the term for Central for $5,000,000, and that it and which Carter Harrison was elected exthe Louisville & Nashville will operate it pires. John P. Hopkins, the democratic jointly. If this ia true, all the atnuni-tio- n nominee, was elected on Tuesday over fired at the L. & N. for its alleged Swift, republican, and two other candiattempt to disregard the constitution, dates by a plurality of 1,220. It is accor will be wasted. We do not suppose any ding to the eternal fitness of things pet attorneys will be given fees to pre- that this progressive city should be demvent the consummation of the eale. ocratic. Hon. Wayne M. Vkaqh, of PennsylThe Louisville Post publishes the amounts received by the Common- vania, attorney general in President wealth's attorneys, under the new law Garfield's cabinet, has been appointed giving them commissions on fines and ambassador to Italy. He is a recent reforfeitures, in addition to $500 salary. cruit to the democratic party, which In this district, Mr. John S. Owsley, Jr., seems to pay very dearly for him, if this got f 1,042 for the calendar year. Several appointment or a similar one, was the got from $3,000 to $4,000. but the ma price. joritygot le83 than $1,000. The salary If a man could select only those ladies formerly paid was $2,500, so it will be who are kissable, Paraguay would be a seen that the State saves a considerable mighty good place to emigrate to. The amouut, and doubtless gets as good custom of the country requires a genservice. tleman to kiss every lady to whom he ia Sinck he drew $3,000 arrears pension introduced. John Darlington, of Marion, has been The Louisville Post saw tho eeeing how much whisky he could get illuminated cover, and went outside of. He got away with the it several better. Its holiday edition is money, but the whisky got away with a thing of beauty, and its 18 pages of him, for he whb found frozen to death good reading matter a joy foreyer. in a straw rick Tuesday. It is a waste If the statement is true that the hnnl of money and of sentiment to give such cattle pensions, and tho larger amount times have caused 2,000 saloons in ia wasted on juat Buch men as Mr. Darl- Chicago to close, some good at least has come out of evil. ington. five-yeasub-treasuri- Tn na n rlngsic. President Cleveland's message on the Hawaiian question com. pletely knocks the eocka off his republi-- 4 can assailants, and those weak-knedemocrat, who thought he had raado a terrible blunder. But there is nothing safer to wager on than that our Grover never blunders, but follows to the letter David Crockett's good advice: "Be sure you are right, then go ahead." He shows by the record that the queen was dethroned by an act of war against n friendly and weaker nation, which consisted in the landing of United StatfB troops, against all established rules, in foreign dominions except to preserve the lives and save the property of American subjects. This was dono by order of Miuieter Stevens, whom the president dresses down about as nicely as it was ever done, convicting him indisputably of connivance and conspiracy. That the provisional government owes its existence to the armed invasion by the United. States, the records leave no doubt. To right a wrong and do Bimple justice the president instructed Minister Willis to advise the queen and her supporters of his desire to aid in the restoration of the status existing before the lawless landing of the United States forces at Honolulu, on the lGth of January last, if such restoration could bo effected upon terms providing for clemency as well as justice to all parties concerned. In short, he required that the paBtBhouldbe buried, and that the restored government should reaaaume its authority as if its continuity had not been interruped. These conditions have not proved acceptable to the queen, and, though she has been informed that they will be insisted upon, and that, unless acceded to, tho efforts of the president to aid in the restoration of her government will cease. No force was to be used and none, the president suggests, could be used except by an act of conadgress. The message shows that the has been acting wholly ministration within constitutional limits, and in n most conservative mannor, and takes the wind out of the sails of the president's republican traducere. ed These lines by William Cullen Bryant are forcibly recalled by n realization that Christmas is here again. It seems scarcely a month since the merry bolls of a year ago proclaimed tho anniversary of the birth of the little babe in tho manger, because there Jwas no room for his mother in the inn, and yet tho events that have crowded on us Bince are enough for several times the Bpan. One of the worstlfinancial panics in our history has blackened our commercial record, and while the earth has yielded bountifully to the husbandman's labor, the cry of hard times is heard from one end of the land to tho other. Thank God, the skies are brightening, however, and behind tho clouds a silver lining appears. The year 1S93 will also go down in history as tho period of tho greatest exposition that the world has over known, carried into a consummation aa wonderful as it was successful. Tho millions of people who Baw it will never cease, till they cease to breathe, to sing its praises and be thankful that they were permitted to behold such an aggregation of the world's splendors. In behalf of the year now in its death throes wo can say it brought us no epidemic of disease or pestilence though it witnessed the most terrific storms on the South Carolina and Louisiana coasta over known in this country, thousands of people falling victims to them. Even with storms financial and those of tho elements, the old year was not so bad as it might have been, and in some respects we bid it good-by- e with regret. May all of us be able to learn a lesson from it and profit by its mistakes in the year to come. Meanwhile let ua try to get all tho good we ran out of the festive season, now at hand, by making everybody aa happy as h possible, remembering that he who to the poor lendeth to tho Lord and layeth up for himself treasures in heaven where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt and where thieves do not break through nor steal. giv-et- rery day Slow pa$ our dnjri In childhooa Seerat like a century; rapidly they slido In inanhood;nd in life's decline they fly Thomas Humphrey was killed by an L. & N. freight tiain roar Now Hope. C. W. Terry, ono of Glasgow's oldest A bottlo of whisky by his side told the NEWSY NOTES. merchants, Is dead. The Louisville tax rate has been re duced from $2.17 to f 1 83 per $100. John W. Johnson, ol Uarrousourg, has obtained a patent for a horsoshoe. Alor B. Low. ot New iorlc, weut in sane while acting as a juror in a divorce case. Vnr the second week in December earnings of the Louisville & Naah- tho villo decreased $101,315. Aaron is the name of n new post- office In Tulaski, nnd Aaron Wilson has boon appointed postmaster. On Gov. McCreary's recommenua- tion W. P. Walker has been appointed postmaster at Lawrenceburg. Mrs. Edward Robinson, a grip suf ferer of Mooro's Hill, Ind., was unable to Bleep for 14 days and nights. Ma.ri.hal Fibld. the Chicago mcr- ohnntnnd nhilanthroplst, kicked a tough out of a New York hotel because he asked him for 50 cents. Tho Judiciary comtuitteo has ordered a favorable report on creating an Eastern judicial district for Kentucky, making two districts of the btate. Hall & Havward's big cracker and candy manufactory at Louisville, was burned, with a loss ol 51U.UW, wnicn was covered by insurance. By an explosion of dynamite near Piedmont. W. Va , three men wore blown to atoms. Ouo of the men's legs was found 200 yards awny. David Stout, a farmer living near In dianapolis, thought a hole in the ground in his cellar was a Bafer placo for his gold than a bank, and now ho mourns the loss of 110,000. reason that he was ruu over. The individual you see Bneaking gloomily around tho stores is not a character, although ho looks it He is simply a man doing a little Christ mas shopping. bub-picio- We Will Slash Right and Left In order that SHE FELT SURE. A In Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, &c. those who buy such goods for street store tho other day, nnd they had a ft r JMre' Approach Noted by Chicago Girl. They happened to meet in n Stato Few Slc The investigating one-yea- The members of the Pans Bourse have had wire nettings placed around the naileries as a precaution agalntt threatening letters cranks. Several have been received. Albort B. Pullman, who, it is said, did more than any other man to perfect the modern sleeping car, died at Ingle- side, near Chicago. He was a brother of George M. Pullman. At Richmond, Ky., Thomas Pearson was sentenced to tho penitentiary for vpars for stealim: a horse and buwy belonging to tho P. B. Broaddua livery stable. He pleaded guilty. The Middlesboro Town Co.'s was ratified in London and 0 the first assessment piid. About over to pay urgent baa been sent debts, taxes and unpaid labor. A French doctor has invented a new Ho applies it word, "onchyophagy." to young gir's who bite their nails, claiming that tho habit arises from a deranged condition of the nervous Byatem. Preparations for the celebration of Christinas in the large cities draw upon the productions of tho whole country. Thua from Maine 75 carloads of Christ mas trees started for New York last week. During the present year 1,112 miles of railroads have been built in the Southern States. Besides this, there have been built 500 miles of street railroads, of which all but fifty miles was for electric roads. Tho cancellation of stamps by electricity is being adopted by the Postofiiee Department of tho United States, recent' ly patened stamping machines being used for that purposo and also for the postmarking of letters. The oldest Congrepsman is the latest one. Ho is Hezekiah S. Bundy, of Ohio, and he has been elected to fill a vacancy caused by the death of Mr. Enochs. He is in his 70th year and is the father-in-la- w Foraker. of Employes who were poisoned at Homestead during the labor troubles aro preparing to sue the Caruegie Company for $1,000,000, claiming that the injuries they received render them unable to engage in manual labor. Tho secretary of the treasury reminds the country that tho debt incurred for the construction of tho Pacific railroads is about to fall due. The first in Btallment of between $2,000,000 aud is payable in tho year 1894. A Lexington dispatch says the Owens Sixty-threClub ia not a Buccens. only about 25 persons turned outand of these were willing to say they would vote for Hon. W. C. Owens for Congrees in opposition to Colonel Breckinridge. The following have received appointments in this district: Charles T. Sparks, of Jessamine, and Samuel G. Harberson, of Boyle, gaugers; J. F. Hawn, of Bell, Benjamin W. Runyon, of Pike, and Newton B. Smith and Pearl and G. White, of Clay, tn reor-ganiziti- $30,-00- conversation which sent ono of them away with floods of light illuminnting her sonl. She wns ono of those girls who are adored by old ladies and constantly invited to tea by them to meet bachelor sons, and who count nil tho beaux they ever had on tho fingers of one hand. The other well, alio was different. Sho was ono of thoso maddening creatures who nro always mysteriously supplied with roses nnd bonlons nnd escorted to tho theater on first nights, in spito of tho fact that all tho other girls are agreed that "thero is absolutely nothing in hrr." The latter young woman was meditiitiiij, over bouio silks whon thoother ono greet ed her. "I eupposo you aro trying to decide between tho old rose ami the talo green." she said. "Well, no," roplied tho othor girl frankly. "You boo, I am gotting my wedding things, and I think I'll have both." Then sho looked down to blush and looked up to too the effect of her words. "Is it possible? I" "Yes, dear, nnd you can't imagino how nervous I am." "I only hopo you" "Will bo happy? Of course I shall. Why, I enn always make him do just what I choose." Tho other girl pursed up her lips and looked virtuous. "Oh, I shouldn't liko that at all. Tho man I marry must bo one that I can obey." "Not nt all, my dear. It is all very uico to talk that way to tho men. They liko it, and it Bounds pretty, besides doing no harm, until you aro really going to marry ono of thorn, when you want your own way, just liko uny other sensible woman." "Well, do tell mo how ho" began tho other girl dreamily. "Proposed? Oh, but ho hasn't dono It yetl" "But I thought thlit you" "Wi're selecting a trousseau? So I am, goosie. Yon see, it is just this way. Ho will call nt 8 this evening, nnd by U at latest wo will bo formally engaged." "But how do you know?" helplessly asked tho othor girl. "Simply by precedent. When a mau asks you in uu anxious tone if you think u married man ought to give up his club, yon may know that his intentions aro and when ho follows it up n few dayB later by asking you if you don't think a man has a right to smoke nil over his own house it is high time to decide whether tho wedding shall bo nt homo or in church." "My goodnessl" "Yw, but that wasn't what convinced mo." "Oh, do tell mo about itl" "No, it was simply this: I mot him on tho street yesterday, and ho was reading a pajwr so intently that ho didu't own sco me until I spoke. Then he blushed violently, and in great confusion tin ust his pajH-- into his overcoat pocket. Well, ho went homo with mo mid now, you mubt never tell this as long aa you live." "I never, never will." "Well. I was to curious to see what ho had been reading that confused him bo that I made an excuse to slip out into the hall where.his co.it was hanging and take the piqu'r out of his pocket, and what do you think it was?" "Oh, I can't imagine." "It was a household patwr, and tho o that ho had been reading was ono which proved conclusively that two too-pl- o could live a great deal moro cheaply than ono. Now, do you we why I nin commencing to select my trousseau?" the asked triumphantly. "Ye-- , I do." meekly replied tho other girl. Chicago Tribune. is, rr-ticl- Xmas : Presents Friday, May get the benefit of thclow'priccs and that those who wear may get the use of them whenjthcy arc most needed, Commenoin We will offer any goods in our house at half price. TheLouisville Store's ClsaringSale This is an opporpossible pricci What tunity to'procure high grade goods at the lowest they all say of us?jgjYou hear it on every corner; you hear it in every and rehome. The name of the LOUISVILLE STORK echoed, and where there is so much talkjthcre must be a good cause for it. Is taking place in December instead of January. re-ech- oed tiFiup L'JILliX' dkWrfiririt'ykir' m, Jj JJJnkJL'jl P I ""LI I) Knee Pants" 25c, worth 50c Children's Suits (worth double the money) 75c, $l nnd $1.25 5 1.25 and $1.50, worth $2.50 and $3 Children's Overcoats 75c and $1, worth $1.25 and 51.50 Jeans Pants $4, worth S9 Suits Men's , worth $S Men's Overcoats All-Wool S3-SO- Infant Shoes 20c, worth 40c and 73c, worth J?i and 1.25 Childrcn'sJShocs 50c $1, worth $2 Ladies' fine Dongola Patent Tip $1, worth $1.75 Ladies' Calf and Goat Shoes, warranted all solid Si, worth $2 Men's Shoes, all'solid Calf Shoes Men's 1.50, worth 2.50 Hand-Sewe$2, worth $4 FrenchJCalf, every pair warranted Men's d Gents Furnishing Goods 25c, worth 50c good Cantonlrlanncl Drawers Men's 25c, worth 50c A handsomejlinc of Men's Handkerchiefs at 5c, worth double the money. Men's Unlaundercd Shirts 35c, worth 50c 20c and 35c, worth 40c to 6bc Neck Tics Cclluloid"Collars 10c, worth 25c Celluloid Cuffs 20c, worth 40c Laundered Dress Shirts 50c and 75, worth ii and 1.25 and Mufflers at your own price Silk Handkerchiefs Good Working Shirts M Dry Goods and Notions. 8c. 7c, e Choice of all wool Dress Goods that were Bargains at 50c will be sold Genoa therr are numerous tunnels. in this sale !or 35c Tho gentleman who told mo tho following btory was onco sitting in tho Choice of all colors of best half wool Dress Goods at. ..20c, worth 35c Binokuigroom of tho Hotol Paradis, Nice, Ginghams, warranted not to fade, at 5c, when an American entered, Tory tired, Amos kag and Lancaster worth nnd complaining loudly of tho journoy ho had just taken. worth 12J An elegant line of Dress Ginghams at On being asked where ho had como Flannels and Canton Flaunclsat your own price. from ho bind, "Genoa." "Well," was tho next romark, "you havo como through a lovely country, nt all events." "That may bo," ho replied, "but it was uncommonly like travoliug through u fluto." Pearson's Weekly. Will be sold for half their former price. Wliut Mm Traveling Wu Like. On tho ruhvay between Nico nnd Blankets and Comforts s Courier-Journal- 's Boutellb, of Maine, grow so unruly when the president's message criticising his constituent, Stevens, was read that . the speaker had to order tho sergeant-atcall htm down. He wanted to arms to the introduce a resolution rebuking president for his Hawaiian policy, and Bucceeded in advertising very thoroughly what a contemptible asi he in. Editor French Tipton, of the Richmond Climax, Haa been appointed, we lee, ai a gauger, With an income like hia, what more could ho ax, Unleia'tis to.be Colonel or Major, 1 . Congress adjourned yesterday until January 000,000. 3. The assessed valuation of the United States, according to Mulhall, is $05,000, The bill for a bridge over tho Hudson, between New York and Jersey City, was finally agreed to by both houses of Congress. Near Lebanon, John Spalding sold his tobacco, netting him $100 per acre. He raised Go bushels of corn per acre on a field of 10 acres. Hotter. Chappie I say, Miss Highsail, don't Three spools of Clark's Thread for 10c; 4 papers Pins forjsc. Layou think my parents mado n horrid dies' good Vests at 20c, worth 35c. And all our Calicoes, such as inistako in calling mo Geawge? Blacks, Indigo Blues, Turkey Reds and all other best Miss Highsail Dear me, yes. I think Simpson-gaugerB. represents Lucy would have been much moro ap- brands at 5c. Remember that we have the largest stock of Attorney Wade, who Chicago Inter Ocean. in court that ho propriate. Prendergrast, stated would not contest tho case further if the Dlnicuiu 3l His Friend What part did you find prisoner should bo given a life sentence in tho penitentiury, or bouio institution most difficult when you were on the for the insane, but declared he would etuge? Footlights Trying to livo on tho salkeep up the fight if Prendergrast should Which will be sold for less money than our competitors can buy ary I told my friends I was drawing. death. be sentenced to them for. Brooklyn Life. It is said that irregularities amountTHOMAS YEACER. As we will be invoicing immediately after the Holidays, we have ing to $1,000,000 have been discovered in JAMES YEAGER. The the New York Custom-house- . concluded to close out most of the stock, and it must go no matter money ia said to have been illegally what it brings. paid out in refunds on tobacco and hat LIVIBT, FEED AND SAIE STASLF, trimmings. A big shako up among custoofficials is expected. STANFORD, KY. -- At Flat Lick, Knox county, John Id our new tublein the- Opera Hium dauger We'.ue Witt shot Arch Campbell and Blockui d we we',1 luppllcd with ously wounded him. The bullet took NEW RIGS AND HORSES; effect in Campbell's left breast. The altercation came up over a notico Camp- Hare been purchased and ro h bell had posted advertising the sale of urnouti will leave thejttable. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors. Witt's house. Campbell ia Deputy SherGive T. D. RANEY, Manager. iff of that county. Btore-keqper- s iMrQ4r,fyE2rC '. JL 1UP X O9 YEAGER & YEAGER, m-house - LOUISVILLE : STORE, STANFORD, KY,, them a Call. W . .,. z V. J,i -- ,' -- ' r - "T ?? vr Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal KY., liECEMHER 22, 1893 Mum s tire raging in tho Kt Knd. Lkavo your order nt McKinney (or a Christmas- - turkey. Bros, will continue soveral days longer. " ' the week and tho signal service Bays it steers sold on tho Chicago market at They averaged short-horns. Beautiful weather has prevailed all Monday, 12 bead of short 1,555 2 year old G . pounds, nny wero . - , r. A. A. Warren, as usual, has a beauti The supply of Christmas oranges iicb lino of fresh uindles, nuts and ful lino of holiday goods in China and promises to he ns cheap as they are plenfruits at McKinnoy Bros. Glassware. Call nnd see him before tiful. The Florida crop is 5,000,000 box E. C. Walton, Business Manager Wanted Two couples for two fur es and tho quality is much above tho avnlshed front rooms with board ; also day Buy ono for a present. We have the erage. MEANt IUSINE8I. boarders, at Mrs. Kate Dudderar's. Mt. Sterling. About 500 cattlo on handsomest lino of Smyrna, Moijuette Boy your school books and Bchool suptho market; feeders selling trom 2 to Don't forgat the old man. Get him n and Fur Hugs over shown in the city plies ol all kinds nt A. R. Penny's. 3Jc; common, lj to 2Jc. Tho mule mar" watch chain, chnrm, or nice pair of cufT Soverance & Son. Watciib, clocks nnd jowelry repaired ket was Blow, nnd horses went at buyers' and warranted. Engraving n specialty, buttons at Danks. Thk Piano, Texns, bank, which was own price. at A. II. Penny's. Tiik proper caper is to look over recently robbed of $10,450, has mado a California puts the rest of the counTub largest stock of Drugs. Medicines, Danks', thu Jeweler, Btock before you call of 125 per cent., and the 'stockholders try under obligations by supplying us Perfumery, Paints and Wall Paper at hereabouts nro paying up like men. Prescriptions n special- buy your Xmas presents. A. H.Penny's. with 93,000,000 pounds of raisins every ty. year, most of which nro eaten in the Mrs. T. A. Coultkii lost a muffin tho At Penny's you will find tVe largest, PERSONAL" POINTS. Methodist church, which the finder will best selected stock nnd Intent styles in United States. A Simpson county farmer is slaying Mns. J. B. Paxton has been quite kick please leave at this odico or return to wntches and jewelry. New stock just by sonic tier. received at prices lower than tho low- thousands of English sparrows of tonsilitis. Ing wheat In sweetened whisky and kill' jS? a. " AiiHuuNs ia recovering from an nt in Death. .Mies Zarildn Beech, aged 1S est. ing the birds when they havo eaten w V TiJ L &'f- n rl o XT h tack of grip. died of consumption at Uowland WedThk Bright Idea Co. was hero to givo themselves drunk. moving into nesday and was hurled at Pleasant Point n performance Inst night. If you see tliiri Ma. A. G. Kabtland is Maud S. and Nancy Hanks havo tho house vacated by Judge Saufluy. yesterday. Mis Hoecn was n niece of Thursday night and have not bought a been retired from tho fast life they led K. Fkank 1'ibrcb, of Garrard, has Mrs. James Itastln and was a splundid ticket, had you not better doeo and get n so long and brilliantly to the domesticity been appolntod storekecper nnd gaugur. Christian lady. "bright idea" for Christmas? of the nursery. May their shadows and Miu J. Allrn Daknaiiy, author of O LouisTiik failure of banks and the exploits The man who will not pay any atten- their tribes iLcreaso abundantly. "A Bright Idea," is here with his com. of robbers havu mado that kind of tion to a polite written request to pay ville Times. pnny: Embry ft Fox havo bought in tho Miss KmIly P. Duddkdaii has returned security a little below par here, and peo- his indebtedness is a creature whom it days 29 mules, 15 to 10 hands from Lebanon Junction after a three ple are not so wild after stocks as they is flattery to call a rascal. If this shoe past 10 high, at from $70 to $133. Monte Foxi once wero. Verily tho man with money fits you, nnd you have received Buch months' visit. agent for Poor Embry, has bought with Miis, Sakaii Curtis and Miss Ilarhel lies with nn uneasy head. notices from us, you can wear it. in tho last week 90 slop cattle, of nbout Allison, of, Georgetown, nro guesta of Ouii attention has been called to the 1.075 pounds nvernge, at from 21 to 3. "The Power of tho Press" company .., Mrs. Stephen Burch. will be the attraction nt Heuck's in Cin- fact that in comparing tho over timo of Georgo Cogar bought 50,000 pounds of Mus. P. W. Giikb.v, litllo Maggie nnd cinnati next week. Miss Lnvinia Shan- the men on this division of the L. it N., hemp atJL-I- pnr cwt. Advocate. Mrs. Howling, of tho Myura House are non, well known here, takes the leading for the I'd week In December with tho IA all sick with tho grip. part nnd according to the newspapers, week in November, we neglected to NEW ADVKRT1SEMENTH. MlBHBS Ci.AUA AND Ol'HKLIA LACKEY And choose your Xmas presents from a stock that is up to date in covers herself with glory. Giles Shine, Btato that tho latter was tho week of the returned yesterday from n month's visit nlso well known here, is making n big terrible wreck of No. 20 near Altamont, style and prices. You surely will be pleased for ve have selected to their sister in Fnyette. when the over time was greater than reputation with StUHrtthls sensou. MimksSau.ik GiiKKSand Maud Pet-tuany other week. . . of Crab Orchard, are tho gueatu of Mns. Ham, of JCowIhiuI, had n writ The city of Stanford will offer for tile to the Mips Kiln Mny Saunders. Tiik program for the exercises of the issued the other day for Walter Carter, door In before the Mlfhott Christian Endeavor Society next Sunday Stanford, bidder Miis. W. S. Wahiibn has made 705 clinrnlnit him with seducing her daughon yards of rag carpet since Inst Christmas, ter, Misi Susan. Tho writ was given to will be ns follows: Anthem, by the choir; Monday, 8, 1994, and hassuveral bolts now forBal. Constable Benedict, but Carter, on hear prayer; Joy to tho World, by the choir; ure for The o Mbh. Mahtiia Giiimks nnd Miss Pan iug of the proceeding', came to town nnd Solo, by Minnie Sine; addrees; boIo, by Twenty ntno city liond. at 6 per bondi from Jan. I car intercut cent Mips Sioo each and The bondi are lino Grimes left Tuesdny to visit Judge gave himself up. Ho was given bond in Miss Alice Holmes; reading, by i. i?94 payable arnii annually due Jan I, l&o?, but ro redeemable at the pleai-uSterling K. Grimes, at Cuero, Texas. of tho city council at any time within five the sum of i'.)00 to nppenr Wednesdny Mattio Hopper ; Send tho Light, choir. Jan. 1894, recitation by Miss Essie Burch ; To L'a a yean fronthe pari,value and will not be told for Col. W. II. Dudderarsoldto Mr. nnd next for trial. leu than Stoinberger a hous and five acres Child of Hope, is Horn, choir. S G. MOCKER, Mrs. Goods that will sell. No need now to go out of town for presents. F. K. VANAKbDALK. 9 Amen January 1, 1SJM, I will repair of land in llowlaml for $1,000 cash. Committee Wk will issue no paper nex' Tuesday. va Wc can suit the most fastidious. If you know a good thing when Miss Sub Woods will be over Irom and repaint tho store room recently cated by W. If. Wearen A Co., and about To get it out would require the whole of Millersberg Collegu to day to spend for a you see it, go to the will open a new stock of hard- Christmas day to bo spent at very hard Christmas with her parents, Mr. and the 2oth groceries, stoves, Ac. Every nrti work, and as that day comes but once a ware, Mrs. K. P. Woods. : year, we are going to observe It, and Mas. Saluk Scnt'LTznnd Miss Bettio cle will be now, fresh and clean, puryou forget it. With tho compli- For yourtrlf how would a good pnlr of Bronnugh returned to Pleasant Hill, Mo , chased at rock bottom prices. I ask my don't friends to bear this in mind and cnll on ments of tho season to our puid up subyesterday after a visit to L. L. Dawson scribers, and a devil take the hindmost mo when opened out. W. II. Higglns. and other relatives. of thoso who are in arrears, we promise Strike you 1 If you need them come at once and Miasm Maooib and Kva Uuciiasan We take issue with Bro. Morrison in give mo your nrdtr to that I can have them ready greet you again next Friday. have returned home nfter n pleasant his tirade against parents who delude to for you Remember I guarantee my work. If you awd iny repairing alto bear In mind that visit to their sister, Mrs. John A. Hnldo their children with the belief that there A dim'atcii from Somerset says that man. Louisville Times. That is a jeweler. Every article guaranteed strictly as represented. . is a Santa Clous. It is one of the sweet- tho diphtheria is epidemic there. Judge Mrs. W. I Duddekaii and son cntno est delusions of young life and harmless James Denton lost two children with it, down from Livingston to spend Xmas. withnl. Let the children enjoy it while ono 11 and tho other four years old. It the man that can do it. Office over Yeager .t Yeager't Livery Stable. Master Wlllio Soden spent Sunday with they can, for soon tho evil days come, Much alarm is felt by parents throughhis grand father, W. II. Duddernr. nud they find out in plenty time that out tho city, nnd many have taken their "Thanks to tho lord's mercy and Dr. life Is real, life is earnest, and enjoy the children from bchool, nlthoughthe Board Stockholders' Meeting. Tey ton's superior skill," Mr. John Hlaiu pretty little deception that has been of Directors have not ordered the schools ia himself again nnd takes his uimal in- practiced upon them. closed. The sorrowful homo of the afA meeting of the stockholder! of the National banking terest in political nud other alfalrs. flicted judge is made doubly sad by tho Hank of Uustonvillo will be held at their 1894, behouse in Huntonville Tuetday, Jan. 9, Tiik examining trial of Jim Banks, fact that even tho most intimate friends tween the houri of 10 and o'clock for ho Mn. and Mns. M. Salinuer, of Louis 3 , of electing Pine directott 10 srre during the vllle, arrived Tuesday to remain at the charged with the murder of Jim Middle-ton- of tho family are forced to remain away entuing year. J W. HOCKKR. resulted in his being held in $3,000 through fear of spreading the disease. store until after tho holidays. They will Cathier. i bo tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. 1). b.iil, Judito Varnou remarking in doing so that owing to the conflicting testimoJtaney while hero. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Stockholders' Meeting. Then the Season of Gifts, the season of Peace and Good Will. Mns. 0. M. DkCoo and family left yes- - ny, ho preferred thu grand jury to . eloped with Miss case, the eviMich., where take cognuanco oi tne Charles Thompson tnnlav for Grand A meeting of the atockholdert of the Fnrmcrt the body of her huauand was tnken n dence is entirely circumstantial and Bessie Morris, n Georgetown Seminary Hank .V Trutt Co wilt be held at their banking Do not let your generosity run to prodigality, but buy the useful houte in Stanford on the first Wednetday in JanHays much of It id evidently perjured. The pupil of IS, and married her in Jellerson-villthings that must be bought whether few days ago, before. MIbs uary, 04, for the purpuric of electing it director! OWSI.IiY. Scotch verdict, ' guilty but not proven," J. totene tbeentulng year. accompanied bur as far as Lexington. Cathier. 8j Daniel G. Broughton, n widower of Mil. Jab. G. Givii.ts, favorably known will doubtless be the result of the llnal 22, nnd Miss Martha Noaks, botli of the by pretty much everytody In Louisville) trial and Jim will go acquit. Stockholders' Meeting 9m on n busiHist Knd, wero married at Win. Brough V and Kentucky, is in the city Wk aro eternally opposed to tho Stan- ton's. ness visit from Philadelphia, where hols ford Female College building being A me tingol the tlockholders of the First NaOf tho twelvo bridesmaids nt Queen Or not. Our house is full of Bargains which we make as a contribunow engaged in business. Louisville bought for tional llauk ill be held at their banking house the graded school. Let that Victoria's wedding only threo survive in Stanford on the sec nd Tuesday in January, tion to the public, so that every one may have a chance to secure a Times. electing it directors 1804, for the Duchess of Bedford, the the entuing purpose of JOHN J McROUEIU'S, lor useful present for their friends. Our Cloak stock is now within the has moved his excellent institution of learning continue Dowager year. JuikikM. C. Saiii-lkdraw girls here, and let tho present Duchess of Cleveland and Lady Jaue S3 revch of all and you need not be cold when warmth is so cheap. Our family Into his property on Danville to Table coths and Napkins are so low that all can make a Christmas street, nnd Mr. William Welsh nnd fam public school buildings be utilized (or Ellico. A certain old bachelor asked a lady r Jly, who vacated tho linueo, nro occupy- the new school, if it is voted. There spread and our American bird would be proud to be eaten from such ago why sho did not marry. ing one of Mr. S. P. Stagg's pretty cot- seems to exist n feeling among those a few days a spread. Before the old year is consigned to his last resting place even who favor tho graded school, "Vell, if you must know," said she, tages on Logan avenue. we are determined to do all we can to help him resurrect. We begin went to Oxford, that the present is an inopportune time "there's at my house a parrot that Hwears, doThe City Council of the City of Stanford, Ky , on a good linen Towel at 5c, ioc, I24c. 20c, 25c, 40c, 50c, 75c, $1, Dn. Kdwaiid ordain as follows: a mule that kicks, and a monkey that City taxes (hall be du. on the 1st day of O , nnd brought his daughters, Misses for the inception of the schbine, as tho 1.50; oua Table Cloths run from $1, 1.25, 1.50, 2.00, 3 00 upas or and niter atteudlng times are so hard, and taxes are already chews, so I havo no use for a husband." January fallingthe aiaessmeuttaxei byany person of 1.25, as 6.00, with Napkins to match. We have a few more nice Tatho ut day Lucie nnd Mattle, who nro to pay their so high. White nnd Mrs. Sallio ;ieri(.nt reaftcr shall pay six per cent, ncumonai high Prof. Abner uly the school there, to spend Christmas nt unpaid, which additional ble covers left that must be closed; also a few Seal Muffs and a nice toduu of tho Valley on the taxes charged andthe marthal to sum shall be W. 0. SriiATT, who was recently dis Roberts, a pretty widow Misses Sallio and Julia Boreingi home. We sell you Handkerchiefs cheaper than ever line of Fascinators. vicinity, went to Richmond to tucnt with the city council. pupils nt tho same school, bIbo came to charged from the lunatic asylum, was View The marshal, front and after tho 1st dty of Janubefore, beginning at 2 for 5c and 5c apiece and running as high as 50c, marry. After tho license was procured ary each year, shall coll-4 the city taxes duo, spend tho holidays with their father, trieil nnd recommitted Tuesday. Ho bound upon Our Glove stock is superb, anil other arrangements were made for nnd to pay the Ulluie by the persons the goodsthere- 75c and 1. 00. Mufflers from 25c to 2.50. may distrain and seemed to be all right for some time the same for Judge Vincent Uoroing, at London. ceremony, the widow's nerve failed chattels owned by or in rightful postettlon cf the in Kids, Jerseys, Dog Skin, Buck Skin, Seal Skin, Yarn Mittens and after his return home, but he got oil' the persons from whom the tax is due, notwithstanding Prof, tho slip she What would be a nicer CITY AND VICINIfY. thouxlstenceof any lien upon the ume; and may anything needed. again and became dangerous. Religious her and giving tho proceed to sell Hie title of such person In so much homo. mntters run on his mind, and if a man thereof as will pay the tax uuo nnd all costs, in Danks, tho people's Jeweler. Mr. W. A. Grubbs, 22, and Miss Sa tho mode prescribed by law. wouldn't listen to him he would mnko a levy for taxes The .marshal, toj shall demand thebefore he makes person from whom same tro-- the Christmas goods nt half price. Farrls him with n gun. He camo to town with rah Ashley, 17, chose a singular place in the carpet room of the tax is due, it re idem of and required, city, anil fc Hardin. in whic a llible, two guns, a pistol and a bowio marry the basement tender a receipt thereto' if it be Severance & Son's store. They wero he shall scecify the tin able estate with which nnd going to the storo of Messrs. value amount Thananicc Moquett Rugat 1. 00, How abow a nico watch for your boy? knife, 2.00, 3.00 and 4.00, or a nice pair of Wednesday by Rev. W. 13. such person tis e charged, the he shall andtram di tax due If thereof, and D. W. Vandeveer and Joseph Severance united there Danks, tho Juwolor. demand, if tho taxpayer Is a resident of Waol Blankets at 2.00 up to 6.00. We also have cotton Blanketsas the Kllis, with their fathers tho moat interforced them to listen to him read the and in the citv, and before he tenders the receipt, " ested witnesses, both giving their un- if it be required, he wilt forfeit and p y to the per low as 75c. We have been and will continur to be headquarters for HO days I will tell hatH nt Fon tho next Scriptures, and it is said no two men double the tax, and consent to the union. Their son aggrieved as he may amount of such recovered sustain, to be such damages cost. Miss Llcclo Beazley. ever listened to the word of God mcro qualified Provided, however, Grubbs and Charles L. by action 'n hu own name. demand attentively than did that small nudieuce. names aro J. F. after the first he may distrain without the Finest candy for a present. A box of Ashley and they wero both born on the day ol April of the year for which the tax is due: And provided iurlher.that il tho marshal has rca B. McKoberta. candy from W. Tiik city council fixed the tax rate at same day, May 14, 1853 souable grounds to believe that the person Irom from wnom tne tax is aue is aoout 10 remove nis 75 cents proper y from the county, or to conceal the same, Raisins, Currants, Citron, Nuts, and tho meeting Tuesday night at FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. he may distrain at any time without the demand, In muslin and Jersies, both Vests and Pants and in Union Suits; also on the $100 and $1 poll tax, collectable purest Candies at A. A. Warren. T e marsh il, shall after having advertised at M. F. Klkin bought of Henry Phil- the court houte door thi time and place of tale for headquarters for the celebrated French corsets both in J. Bs. and the P. rf Jan. 1st, instead of March 1st, ns hereto at least 10 dys, fell ut public auction, for morey Ds. from 1.00 to 2. if wn Severance A Son'B advertise fore, tho penally for to bo lips two fat steers ut 2 cents. 50. Wc will offer the men some wonderful Bargains so much of the property levied on for taxes as will bought of Mrs. Mary pay the tax and cost). If the marshal mikes ille- in clothing, boots and shoes; we cave many and it is enough to say to a nnd see if marriage Is n failure. " Will Matheny ment enforced after April let. As the charter - gal or unreasniiahlHseiiure and levy for taxes, he wna received too Into to levy n tax this Matheny, and W. A. Cash a lot of fat shall b. liable upon his bond In damages to the wise man the must be educed; we can give you an Overcoat from 4. 50, Gut vour mothor or father a nice pair year, the rat e fixed is practically for two hogs at $ I 00. mrtv up to 15.00, made of good material. Our Storm Overcoats we have II there he no personal property that the marof gold spectacles at Danks, the Jeweler Feedatuirsold for cash only, do not shal or tax collector can distrain for taxes due, been compelled to buy the second time and are now able to simply the years. Tho.town is in debt $3,000 or . shall not be paid by thu first day of and the same es Elkciant lamps, chamber sots and Jil.OOO, and ns tho chnrtor provides that ask for credit and be refueed. J. II. April, the marshalorsall sell for cash any real tax- demand; we have some Boots to close at 1.25, 1.50, 1.75,2.00 that litted by such delinquent tato belonging f A Hardin's. tho mouoy to pay for nny work must bo Baughman it Co. acts at cost at Fnrrls as will pay the taxes dinner payer, or so much thereof William Moroland bought of R II. due and his commission, in the sime manner that in the treasury before it can bo done, nn lands are sold un Icr execution except that the land bo n Christmas treo nt the order was made providing for There will the sale of Bronangh tho 10 fat hogs advertised in shall not be valued or levied on, and shall be ad Flat church nt 3 o'clock Monday $'2fi00 of 0 per cent, city bonds, sale to last issuo at 4jc. vertited by pasting, for 13 das before the sale, a Wnluut written or printed notice at the court house dcor, of the Roller and by publication once a week for lou weeks afternoon. . J. II. Baughman k Co., bo mado next County Court day. Two We invite all to this prior to the day ot sale in a newspaper of general riug or nico watch would b moro fire plugs wero ordered to bo put mills, have bought about 1,200 barrels of circulation, if there be oue In the county: il not, A hietty piinted posted for 15 days beDanks, in ; one 400 feet up the cut off pike, and corn nt $1.90 delivered, and aro still buy- then by sale at the uoor, an in 3 or jUBt the thing for your daughter. fore the ing. moro conspicuous placet in the city; and he shall, tho other at or near Mrs. Lou Shanks. tho Jeweler. Over 200,000 pounds of turkey have not less than 15 days before the sale, mail to the This will make the water and lights cost delinquent n postal card addressed to h's place of been shipped East fron Shelby villo in residence oa place of business, if sue can be asFoil your best Rlrl get ono of thoso the town 53.180 a yenr. A pavement tho lost six weeks, bringing at least 525- ,- certained, notilving him ol the time and place of or Bllver hair dandy gold And we spread a Xmas turkey in every department. the sale; a d in order to cover the cost ol such adwns ordered to be laid between the Bapthe Jeweler. 000. vertisement and notification, the marsha. shall ailns. Danks, tist parsonage nnd tho present end of G. A. Adorns sold to Robinson Bros., have J for each perton whose property la adverpaid tised, to complain of hard times. the pavement on East Main. The as a bunch of fat cattle at 2 cents, and to bo paidneby theby ihe delinquent, but In no event citv. Merchants I) VANDEVEER, Mayor. always busy. He sessed taxable property of tho town Is bought in the East End a lot of fat hogs Not so at Penny's; 83 G. L. PENNY, Clerk. cents. at 4i $1,060,000. at low prices. sells tho best goods riTAKFORD, m .A a'S G-- TO m m AJ A AM Jtv 2 s, Bonds for Sal. e court-hous- January TTITI re m 8c-t- d Christmas Present hand-mad- e BOOTS OK SHOES T. J. HATCHER JeweleR. STANFORD, KY. CHRISTMAS : 1 I pur-ps- to Only 1 Week, llc e. 11 COMES city ordhtancei Ai-coii- s 111 cl ed . n 1 m m Christmas . PRESENT LADIES' 1 ra I. : UNDERWEAR, m m m 1 non-payme- nt r ARE UNEXCELLED. hand-blli- court-hnu- te Feast of Low Prices, HUGHES & TATE. ,'HjJI'!! V. neck-chain- s, .1 "l ., ' 4- - !l Uucklln'B Semi-Weekly Interior Journal LUXURIES THAT KILL THE AUTHOR OF "RUTLEDGE" SAYS THE AIRTIGHT STOVE IS ONE. Mlrlrtrn Coin Harrison "Modern Improvement" Foe to the Health of Countrj People An Intldlout and Wily Kneruy. A Urcezy Discussion. Stanford, Kv., Dkcembek 22, 1893 W. P. WALTON. Jltn.osplie.Ic Oxjgecs .Copyright, 1S93, by American Press Association. cures disease Without Medscsne. 4 St. DuBois&Welrt) JTStni tor CO bt ABSonrnox. I OR J err. 4th LOUISVILLE. KY. COLE DLOQ. Naihyiuc. Ten. DlRMISSHAW, Ala. pap loot; free. cl allelic The Eleetropoiso will cure many where nothing else will. It ha worked like n Rev Geo II. Mean, charm in my family. Covington, Ky It is certainly a wonderful instrumentanJ it it more wonderful at to how it doet its work, yet It does it. T. K. U Urinley, 1 he veteran plow manufacturer oi the Sou'h. Louis wile, Ky. With the Electropoite I have cured dyspepsia, conttipation and liver trouble, lagrippe, heaiache toothache, bad coldt, rheumatism, neuialgia, colic and pilet. The result! re wonderful, chilli and fecr I have seen cured in 60 minutes. E. B. Lyle. Churchill, Ky. ton-tllit- it, Testimonial. cc without trouble, hut nlso without ventilation mid without cheer. Think of tho good old days of onr hardy grandfathers, when tho flntnes roared up tho chimney find carried nil impurities of tho nir with them. Yon cannot hnvo better ventilation than by nn open fire. No matter if your back freezes and your cheeks burn, your lungs nro not poisoned by used up nir and your skin is not parched by tho dry, uuwholesomo beat. You know, undoubtedly, that consumption, tho scourge of modern New England, has more than doubled since tho introduction of tho airtight stove. You know that Americans aro n race of dyspeptics, tho unhealthiest raco on tho faco of tho globo nt least on tho healthy part of itB faco. Yellow, lean, nervous, anxious looking people, all of us, in the city and in tho countrj'. Look at tho hardy Scotch and Euglish farmers nud their buxom wives nud daughters. They do not look as if they had been bred on tho samo planet with us. Our women break down earlier than thoso of other nations, tho men grow old at twica tho rate. Thero must bo somo reason for it. It does not seem probable that it is tho climato nor inherited weakness, but that it is tho result of tho conditions under which wo live and bring up our children. Tho plain fact is, wo nro dying of our luxuries, our "modern improvements." Our easy money getting is our curso. Better bo a littlo less comfortablo and n httlo moro healthy, a littlo harder worked aud a littlo longer lived. But let us begin with tho nir wo breathe. I think that if nn instrument could bo invented which would register tho impurities in tho atmosphere, wo should all opou our windows when it marked "vilo." Tho worst of our heaven bestowed instrument of detection, our organ of smell, Is that it gets quite out of ordor if long in nn impure ntmosphero Now and does not record correctly. fancy for a moment whnt tho air must bo in any ordinary living room in any ordinary farmer's or mechanic's dwelling in tho middlo of winter. Tho stovo has been burning night and day for mouths. Tho windows aro corked up, ' 4 1 HE airtight Btovo is an insldions, n wily enemy. It gives you wnrmth tains, whero city people spend thousands of dollars to tako their families every summer, what nir do you breathe seven months in tho year? Air thnt yon havo made bad enough to kill a do:?, with your stoves, and your lamp?, nnd your stuffed up windows. Now, really, it seems a pity that wo can't get something out of our splendid clear sunshiuo, nud our strong winds, and our rich soil hero in America. If you lived in a fojegy httlo island liko England, whero tho sun scarcely ever Bhine., and where tho rnw chill eats into one's very bones, you might complain. Or if you had to endnro tho cold, cheerless winters of Germany, or indeed of nil northern Europo, you might say that nature had not dono m .ch for you, nnd it was no wonder that you wero not healthy. But in fact you havo glorious suns, and fine clear nir, nnd a soil that breeds less evil than olsewhero, and, with all that, you aro tho unhealthiest peoplo in the world. You do everything to counteract tho good that heaven has sent you. and probably you charge heaven with your miseries. To you Tho blcsed sun nnd air Aro banned nnd barred, forbidden rare, The best salve In the wotld tor cutt, bru ir tore iibert, ttlt rheum, fever toret, tetter, chsr-p- J handi, chllbltint, cotnt and all tkin erup tloisaad positively cuut piltt, or no pav required, it u guttanltid to trivt perfect ittitltctioa Price 5 ccntt per bos or money refunded A R Pfnnv. Mtnlotd, Kv n Arnica Salve. Farmers BanMTrnst OK Co attttaw -- && ra w STANFORD, KY., tssV"VaW " "" !" ItBowlully orianlied ami ready (or butineti win A ONE Biaoxxxn. I Paid up Ofcpitalf $200,000 2C000 SsEsLLL. (t-JB .sLLvVlsV iarplus, . will give free of charge D SUCCKSSOH toTIIK LINCOLN NATIONAI UANK OF STANFORD, couego nniiin, ot Ky. University, Lexington, Ky., was awarded I'nn.i-ommerci- ra.' n. ay r ooritiQWTtor ter Its. j. 'f "V m ""ly- -t oZVfrZ VattaW but forbiddou, not by heaven, but by your own ignorance nnd folly. Tho air is liko tho grace of God it is thero for yon, healing, salvation, health, without money nnd without price and you ro-fu- it. Now clotini up) with tht tame atttta and undti IT THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, the tame manaf tunent. orHook.krvplnti nud Slenentl Py provisions of hi chatter, depositori are a HnalupMi To eyerr pcrton that will have one doien of my Kdiirntlon. rtr. coat to complete have fully protected aa ate depoaltora in National ltuMnett Couro about ro.liicltidlnK tuition, bookt fine cabinets made up till Chrlaiir.aa day. UanVt, itt shareholders btinc held Individually and bonrd. l'hnnoirrapliy, Tvpo Writing and a tample of the portrait at my callciv that I to givo nwar Come and tee wliat n gift you tiaole to the eatent of the amountin of their ttock Telegraphy Uiiebt. "or elrculara. addreat, addition to tbt W. K. AtMlTlf, LalBKtotk, Kj. therein at the par value thereol, will get with every doicn cabmen mount invetted In tuch shares It may act as A J rAUP, 7S-Stanford, Ky eatcutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully ai so individual. To those who entrusted their bultinett to ui white mnaglnir the Lincoln National Hank 01 .Stanford, we wc here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their bunnet with ut, offering at a guarantee for prompt attaa Blue-Gras- s A Splendid lion to tame, our twenty yeart' ripenencc li ban Vine andat liberal accommodations at are cua pike.knowu at the I)r tistant with sound hanklnc On Danville &. Thit stable, which Is run n Waller Owsley homestead containing about Jio wttti the n Myers, Home, has'bttn supplied with acre.. Fine brick remlence 01 six rooms and HIKKCTOKt. ly too splendid outbmM'Dg.. Aim 'or talc privir Willlami, Mt. Vernon, or Horses, nice ewes, tA hoga. lot ol cattle, 4 head hotart, 8 J.J. A.Now Apply to S K, J.M Hail, Stanford; ttackt hay, farming; imultu.rMs Buggies, Wagons, Owtley ontbc farm urmyielfat Farmers Itank J S. Owtley, Stanford: 1 J rt OWM.liY. S J. F.tnbry, Stanford; nti -- ro.imer't Suppliet and It better than ever J E. Lynn, Stanford; itupply the public with prcpata J, F. Cash, Stanford; KinsT-OLAs- a William Ooocb, Stanford; Kither baled or unbilled. Will d liter either to A. W. Carpenter, MllUdKrvllle, Ky Tertonal and prnmptattcnlion gtvento Wcddmgt 1'ni c verv KowUud ir Staiilortl I'aitict and llurlala. S. II ShanVa, President I. II. !lr.AM.LY, tm P. V. CKKKN, buufurd, Ky Dr. J II. Owslcj, Cashier, AL IIUKNS, Manager Proprietor. W. M llrlsht. Telle LIFE-SIZE1 pro-po- te tf PORTRAIT1 MEDAL AND DIPLOMA rorjtifm 2TotioG Tor Hnt. Farm, lncatr U VEHTT STABLE P. W. GREEN, Prop. cont-ectln- MYERS HOUSE Lot Carriages, Clover Hay For Sale. low-S- mas of.all kinds. For Hoat fcr 1S94-- . 1 THE ADVOCATE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY in Ro Uiul an WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. ncrrt nl Una with a Urge house Situated I new o. uplea !) J W. Adan , and knonn at the ll d imr la in J b OWsLEY, Trustee, 107 TAKE THE -- fJIiauivvuu HjvfMraCVirAiaCriu- - THE POPULAR AND DIRECT LINE TO .And., ALL. POINTS xr lcnsir .And., WORLD'S FAIR Visitors, remember the Motion it the line, witf Vestibules Train), Dining Cars, Palace Chan Cars, Pullman Buffet Sleepers, at lowest fates For information address JAS. BARKER, G P. A W G CRUSH. D P A , Chicago. . Louisvill- - ,tK VOU ARE GOING... NOHTH W3SST, ....THE...... -- LOUIBVILLC 4 NASHVILIC R. R. It the line for you, at itt trouble IDaily Trniuo Make close connection at LOUISVILLE And OINOIKNATJ Kor all '' ftfJS" .?? "S? thero is eating, nud cooking, thero is smoking going on, and thero nro nt night ono or mora, keroseno lamps burning actively for hours. And underneath all thero is that arsenal of woo, tho cellar, filled perhaps with spoiled potatoes and other decaying vegetablo THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. HAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH Pur any information enquire ef JOES. UICK.A1.e11t. Or Stanford, Ky W. W, I'F.NN. 'J rav. Pass Agent, Junction City, Ky point. Now, whero is this nir to go to and how is fresh air to como in to tako its place? How can human beings stand breathing that sort of atmosphere? Tho men havo tho best of it, for they have, most of them, to go out into tho BEST OFFER EVER MADE air, whether they want to or not,oien but their wives and daughters usually havo to stay in and do tho work of tho houso, without hnving air enough to fill their lungs, and it is no wonder that their blood is impoverished and that their organs, ono and nil, Ioso strength. It is an unnatural and monstrous life, and it is not to bo wondered at that feoblo childron 23 ST TX30B aro born of tho mothers who havo to lead it. I especially pity my country sisters, in thoir hot, low rooms, doing work at such a disadvantage. It is liko making bricks without straw. I pity my sisters, too, who equally defy tho laws of health in dress, diet aud nir. But now I am talking to tho country ones, and this is what I say: Heaven Every club of Ten Yearly will get ono eharo of $5,000. never meant you to lead such lives or Every club of Five Yearly Sub- breatho such air. You aro killing youraud it scribers will get ono half a eharo of selves by inches, prevent is quito in your own hands to it. You havo $5,000. bricked up your chimneys nnd bought Tho number of shares is fixed by your stoves, and that probably can't bo tho number of clubs of ten that will helped, but you can nt least tako tho bo received by us from Btutlhig out of tho windows and get ventilators for them nnd mako it a duty to Nov. 1, 1893, to March 31, 1894. air tho room several times n day. And On an offer of 81,500 last spring, buy somo thermomotors thermometers running threo months, ending Juno nro very cheap and put03ono in every it gots to degrees open 30, 1803, for clubs of five, each club room, nnd when windows and keep tho tho doors and agent received $4.53 in cosh besides temperaturo down to thnt. his commissions. That offer was $500 Do not sit in a draft that is fatal-- hut a month for three months. open your windows and go out of tho "Wo now offer 81,000 a month for room and como back to it when it is five months, or a total of fresh. Tho moro dovitalized tho air is, detho less it warms you. Sixty-eiggrees of good nir warms you moro than besides tho regular commissions, and 78 degrees of vitiated air docs. Peoplo on tho other sido of tho ocean think thoy will cannot breath when tho thermometer gots Guarantee 40 percent. Gross Profit. nbovo CO degrees. I wonder what they would think of our rooms nnd of our railA full club of five or ten must way cars. Americans think thoy can como at ono timo in order to share in stand nny heat. Thoy certaiuly havo this offer. insensiblo to it. It is difficult to Agents may send as many club3 as mako any placo "too hot" for them. And hero in this unrivaled air, this they can raiso within timo specified and can havo papers sent to any wonderfully fino now world climato, you mon nnd women ought to bo models of address. health and streugh, nnd you nro not. Tho WEEKLY ENQUIRER is besido tho sea, tho Largest, Best, Clean, .Moral, Ele- Think of it, you who livo you and Spain. thero is nothiug between vating- Dollar Newspaper for a family Yon can draw a breath 3,000 miles long favorite now printed in tho United every timo you open your windows, and States. Sample copies free. you don't open them, but hug your stoves nud shut out tho air and wonder ENQUIRER COMPANY, that you don't feel well. CINCINNATI, O. And you who livo among tho inoun matter. Given Away CINCINNATI $5,000 Cash Weekly Enauirer. Sub-Bcribe- ra $5,000 for five months, ht be-cc- ippeared upon tho public street in a jstumo which sho considers tho most healthful and convenient of nnything worn in modern times. This uniquo suit .onsists of just two garments an under jikmi'h; tunic of fine, whito muslin nud an outer tunic of unbleached inuslin. Tho lady shares tho barefoot fad, which is extendDR. W. B. ing nmong peoplo in our timo, nnd lx lieves it is much moro healthful nnd comfortablo to go barefoot than to wear shoes. Sho walks about tho streets and at homo without shoos or stockings. Thereupon a broad smile extends fnnn ouefrido of this continent to tho other, and tho newspaper wita make merry ovt r tie mild little woman in Sau Diego. But why should thoy? Her cost umw ts moro healthful, convenient, and in warm weather moro comfort iMe, thin that of nny other woman in civilization today. Wo havo worn heavy clotluti clin&ing closo to the body for so mnuy years that tho human bkin is really dead. That Is tho meaning of whnt is calkd scurf skin. Millions of littlo mouths are stopped nnd jtuiTed up by tho lint from tho clothing that fills them. Air is excluded from tho skin, nnd all it can do i; than in a week nftor tho birth of her to jKmr layer upon layer of wasto mate- former child. J. J. McGoldmck', rial into tho internal organs ns long as it Bcaus Sta., Tcun. can, then tako refugo in n cold or a caso .Mother' Trient robbed jvln of lt terror of severe illness, to waken tho degener- nnd almrtencd labor. 1 havo tbo hcalthlut I aarr. ate son of civilization to his danger. An- child ever Mas. L. It. Aaiuuf, Cochran, G.i. imals nro moro healthy than wo becnuso Pent by erpre, charge prepaid, on t eoolpt of price, 81.JO tho nir can como freely to their skin nnd mailed free. per bottle, liuok "To Mothcra" tako away tho wasto matter. Extra work ORAOriCLD REGULATOR CO., For Salo-ball Druggists. Atuwxa.ga. is not thus thrown upou tho interanl excretory organs, as is tho caso with man. Tho littlo lady of San Diego is on tho WIFT'S SPECIFIC right track absolutely. Victor Hugo retained his tremendous vitality nnd ener?OR renovating (he gy to great ago partly becauso in tho of Jersey overy morning it was his entire system, eliminating custom to tako a prolonged air nud sea all Poisons from the Blood, fog bath on tho top of his houso. When whether of scrofulous or wo aro ns civilized as inhabitants of Aramalarial origin, this prepbia nnd India aro in this mntter, wo shall aration has no equal. . . bo ablo to permit peoplo to dress exactly as they plcaso without being insulted or nwot derided, so long as they aro decently covered nnd clean, and wo shnll never bo "Per ackietn mortfii I had an tattnc tffr on my tonput. I was civilized till wo learn that it is nono of treated ty lest heal fhystaant, our business how other peoplo dress. hit obtained no relief; the sort Tho scientist who discovered in the gradually rrm worse, I Jin ally human larynx tho anatomical reason why took S. S. and was entirely woman has n soprano voico nnd man n cured after ustnp a fete tittles." C. U. McLi.moke, bass one, was n woman, Mrs. Emma Jlender son, Tex. Seiler. Sho was German, born in Wurtz-bnrLeft a widow with two children to support, 6ho resolved to becomo a TREATISE on Wood and Skin frtc teacher of singing, but suddenly lost hoi IllItljWlFT brLCIHCCO, Atlanta, Gii voice. Then sho determined to find out why, also to discovor if irossiblo tho correct method of singing, so that others might not loso their voices. For tint, purposo sho studied anatomy. Surrounded, however, as sho was by tho idiots and bigots who would cut off all intelleotual Schedule Nov 19, ivj pursuits from women, sho was obliged to study in hccrct. She dissected larynx EAVE NOHTONMAU.V after larynx and spent years in her 112:00 p in fcr Graham Ihii fii'le", Pocahotitat search, trying to find for ono thing l.j nchbiitc, Uicbwf'rt abd Ncittilk Sleeping Car why women's head tones could roach frfm I nchburc tofrom Ituamkn la pencil, also high C while men had no soprano 1 rains tor Pocahontas, l'owhtn Mid floodn p in Hluf.fii.ltl tones. At length her search was oill leave Illui'lield 6 daily at 6 jcJ a m, )iJin35daily for ai 9 I.dvi: jo a rewarded. Sho discovered under tho Kriiotb ane V.iJuinlu., O ChicaiiiaBd all (oinls microscopo ono day two small wedgo West i'ullmau Ire ir un 9 ou p m tiain lor Co OAfctw shaped cartilages whoso action produces lu'Itubus arrive at Norton Irt the lni dally at ralna 40 tho highest tones of tho human voico. 11 K)r a in. further information aa to m I Sho mndo her discovery public. It ex- Ac, jniily to agents of Norfolk A tduiet, ralet rirn V 11 V.jl, cited great attention among scientists. Crn. i'att. Act Itjiiole, Va. so cruol was tho prejudico of hei But M. F. I1HAOG, Trav l'att Ajjent timo that sho did not dare lot tho world know a woman mndo tho discovery and wroto tho account of it. Her own mothScientific American er, n physician, praised tho treatiso in Agency for r- the highest terms till ho found his own TViflff w'STaZIT .0viSBk f sister had written it. Then ho dashed it down, saying in n rago that sho would better be attending to her housowork. Mine. Seilor's portrait, a marblo roliof, is in possession of tho American Philow CAVCAT8. rA ma sophical society of Philadelphia, ot TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS, which sho was a mombor. Sho wroto COPYRIGHTS. otoJ among othor books "Tho Voico In Sing- For Information nnd reo t Ifnndbook wrtto to ing," "The Voico lit Speaking." Sho NU.N X t,Uia UIKMDWAY. hEW i Oil ft Olitttt bureau for securing pntnnts In Amertch. died iu 16SG. livery jmtont tnken out by us la brought licforn tho public by a notice glrcu f roo ot cburco In tho 1 am bo dend tired of this eternal jBCttfiffc harping on tho relation of tho soxes. Life should bo ono song of thanksgiv- Lnrceat circulation of nny aclentlfln paper In tho ing for tho power to work nud achieve. world, bplendldly llluttratod. ;.' inttlJIccnt man should bo without It. Weekly, 83.00 a i JlflNN k CO Miss Lillian O'Connell of New York yeart tlJDatx months. Addre-- Wow York City. 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Write for Health Journal, free. frr-ii.- Thevolumetolthe ll.xar begin with the first At Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc., 11 merit nntil. .,., "r' When .Ut, hm . ,ltt7w t tiiii.ri..f 'ch m cured by never falling remedies women, tuch nt Leucorrhca, palnlul Number current at the lime .,t receipt of order. Ditcasetol . u.uiur. si narper-- t ....u.,u Menstruation Displacement of Womb, bearing yeara naiar for three clo-- Blood and Skin Diseases. ,(,. '. ' L ? IN DIXIE'S LAND BEFORE THE WAR. (TO JIB CONTINUED. A highly dramatic story, showing the lights and shadows of an era now fast passing into the dim distant past. Be Sure and Read It! CHAPTKUX1X. T1IK CLOVER TOOT. -i- f I loft her Robbing iu her own chamber and front up onu of tho women to nttcuil to her. I was half stunned with tho RiuldcniicfiH of tho blow; tho effect HUcly to follow I had not tho courage In that hour to face. They would coma soon enough. I broke tho nowH to tho house Bcrvnntn und noon had caiiio to forget my own Mjrrow and Mutation In tho effort to calm them. The word wan carried over to the quartern und tho lunula came trooping to tho hou.no. Never have I Been tho jitrong emotional aldo of tho negro character bo displayed. They thronged n tho veranda, looking into tho and wringing their hands, groaning ami crying with grotchquo but geuuino grief. Tho houso iscrvanU crowded tho ntnirn and guvo free vent to their fcolingtk I tried to quiet them, but their nolso broke out afrenh. "0, yo' nobber know how good a nmiiMiu ho wan." "0, Lordy, Lordy, what wo all do now! What llttlo miMy do widout him! What nho do wlv nil u nlggcrV" In tho midst of tho commotion Le l'ovro rodo up wltli Mr. Coteau. Tho overseer was hhocked, an everybody had boon, at tho iicwh; but the habit of authority wan strong in him, and ho nascrtcd himself nt once. Ho went among tho weeping, clamoring people on the stairs, and, with a few energetic words, bont thorn to the, rear of tho win-dow- houso. Tho nnd their women nnd children ho put to flight summarily to their quarters, bestowing a kick or n cult whero ho thought that obedienco was not ready enough. When thin wns dono ho took tho lawyer into tho house, had his break fun t got for him (for It wns still early), nnd sat and talked with him. When Mr. Lo Fovro enmo to mo. "Wo may expect that follow hero right oft," ho said. I started. Tho fear of his coming was shadowing me; but I had not expected it soon. "Do you mean Conrad Itostock?" "Yes. I naked Coteau If ho remembered that Mr. Ilostockhad n son when ho was hero years ago, beforo ho changed his residence. Ho said ho did remember such n person distinctly. That isn't of great importance; but what ho ndded is." Lo Povro spoko slowly und with nn effort. "Ho sold that homotConrnd llostock on Dauphin street, Now Orleans, two days ago, nnd, though ho had not seen him for years, ho recognized him at once. So you see the fellow won't havo to depend on unwilling witnesses llkoyou und Miss Coral and myself to establish his rights hero; ho can gut pcoplo to Identify him." "What do you think" "I don't daro to think what may happen when that brute Uikcs control. I won't tnlk about it We'll wait und bcc. In the meantimo I hope somu of his gambling friends will quarrel with him at cards und shoot him." Tho telegraph from La Fourche crossing took tho intelligences of the planter's sudden death to New Orleans that morning; it was published In tho afternoon papers. Tho arrangements had been mado to havo the funeral on tho second day after. On the morning' of that day Conrad Ilostock arrived, accompanied by threo men of his own flcld-lmnCoteau-hrvdono and lit a clgnr. nis companions followed his example, nnd soon the parlor Lo Fevre wns filled with smoke. looked at tho lounging, loaferish figures nnd then I saw that his gorgo was rising. Ho roso nnd threw open tho windows. "Do you wnnt anything more of me?" he asked. "Yes. I want to know how you happened to omit ono name from that In- ventory." "Nothing Is omitted. It is a correct list of tho negroes belonging to the place." "I correct you. The nnmo of Cornljo Ilonfant, dnughtcr of ono Louise who died tho slave of my father, is nowhere on theso papers." I started up, nltnost speechless with passion. "Coralic was his daughter, you know Tho man merely glanced nt me; ho took no other notice of my interruption. "Thnt girl is one of tho most vnluablo properties on tho place; probably the most valuable. She appears to havo been trented rather too much like one of tho family; but that wuh my father's way, Oardette, you saw her at the funeral tho slim girl in black, with tho long veil, that this chop here was making some fuss over. What should you say she's worth?" Tho man nddresscd suspended his smoking long enough to give a shrill IJuii-fnn- t, thnt?" A llttlo disconcerted by the abruptness of the question, I presently answered, and told him the exact truth: "When I first came here, I thought you were rough and cruel to tho negroes. Aftcrwnrd I found out that Owe us for subscription to this paper, and the label on each issue you were more rough than eruel; and still Inter, I havo known you for a tells whether you do or not, you MUST SETTLE AT ONCE good friend." is "Yes; that's pretty ncur the truth, It a small matter for you to pay $2, but the aggregate 'is a very lleforo I tell you tny plan, I want you large one to us. Send us your dues as soon as you read this. to know enough about me to understand that I nm not coming to your help blindfolded. I know the risk, and I'll face it; and you must know tU I told you I was born in Pennsylvania. Ton years nnd more, I've been In Louisiana. I came down here with a head full of the horrors of slavery, as It had been pictured to me. I supposo tho real thing strikes different people from tho north in different ways; some might havo seen nil that I've seen, nnd be confirmed in their notions For the next 30 days wc will sell Men's, Boys' and Children's of the institution. I haven't been. Contact with the negro In this state, whero there are as many of him ns there is of the white mau, has made me believe that a condition of slavery is a good thing, the only thing for him." 7 ArrfQ, A few Great REDUCTIONS. whistle. "Why, tho devil! You don't mean to tell mo thnt thdt your nigger?" "Just BO." "Sho'H to 1 Jmj I . f - California-l- bs' Land o( Sunshine, and Flower. 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Solid vesli huted trains twice a dny from Cincinnati to New Orleniis, where connection is made with through trains nnd Pullman sleepers daily to California points. Through car servlco to either New Orleann or Shreveport, making direct connection for Texas, Mexico nnd Calithrough trains fornia. From mnku direct connection at Lexington With solid vestibuled service to New Orleans. Send to im for further particulars. Ask ngi nts for rates, tcheduh's and other information, or addn ss W. 0. Ktnesrson, G. P. A. Cincinnati, 0. net-wor- "AM. I)i: 1.AIIKIE8 AM A WKni'lX'." co k x4 4 PxHbONAU Henrinmindouu tthng,tht business, pleasure, or necessity calls youawny from homo at any time, be partlculnr, tolinvo your routo fully decided upon and arranged before starting. Many things should be taken into consideration, especially tho inducements o He red by the Wisconsin Central Company to thofo who wish to visit St. Paul, Minneapolis, Anhlnnd, West Superior, Duluth or any point in Wisconsin. Their trains leave Chicago ut convenient hours. Their equipment is unsurpassed by nny line in the Northwest. Clouo connections are made at St. Paul nnd Minneapolis, with the various lines running to all California nnd Pacific Const points. Ask your nearest ticket agent for full information, and be partioular to see that your tickets read via tho "Wiscon- in Central Lines. Jns. 0. Pond, Getil. Pass. Agent, Milwaukee, WiB. if - . A "Yes." "I'd ilko to seo It." Lo Fevre cut out several leaves with his knife and gavo them to him. ne read aloud at tho top: "Field hands and children In tho quarters, seventy-nlno- ; house servants, thirteen." "Is this all?" ho asked. "Yes. Wo'vo never cultivated tho wholo plantation In nny year; and I was hero somo years beforo Mr. camo back." "IPm, h'rn, h'm. Joo Israel Jerry, Lucy, Vic, Esther, Pruo." His oyo ran rapidly down tho list, name hero Thu fruiizltt on a cur of Oregou wheat and ho spoko a to tho end hoand there. folded the When ho came was 32J cents per bushel to Chicago, leaves, put them In his breast pocket where it sold nt 53 eentr?, n Whea giinti lived in ancient timrs, Sine heigh, mr boy, ing ho I In gcxxl old linglaml or foreign climes, Sing heigh, my boy. sine ho ! They carrird things with a high old hand, Ncr strong, nor weak could before ihcm ittnd, And ihey killed whom they pleased throughout the land, bing heigh, my boy, sing ho I Hut the giants didn't have tilings their own arrived on the way when scene. You remember the story. Kecotlcct too IU giant killer. We have our that every age has ctanUin thelorm of all sorts of drtad la tilt aats, in the supposed to be incurable. Our Jack form ol Ur Pierce, who has proven the eipres-aio'incurable diseases" to be fallacy. Can you imagine more potent weapons to assist a woman In killing the Klint disease than Dr. Pierce's FaIt's the only guaranteed vorite Prescription remedy for all lunctional disturbances, painful disorders and chronic weaknesses of womanhood. In femile complaints of every k'nd ll it ever fails to benefit or cure y cu have your money back. It's simply a question of the company you prefer the Giant or Jack. m An Ola Song. fellows, whono led mo to belicvo that they were armed. It occurred to mo atonce that tho man had come determined to assert his ownership here with force, If necessary. He made no display of his Intentions before tho funeral; he snt quietly with his companions through tho sad ceremonies, nntl walked with the others to tho grave. Absorbed in supporting and trying to consolo poor Coralle, I took little note of him. When the lost rites had been performed, nnd wo had returned to the house, I was called from tho side of tho woman to tho parlor. Conrad Ilostock was there with his retainers, and tho overseer snt btillly by himself. "I want you to understand," said Conrad, in a bullying tone, "that my rights here will bo well enred for. I've got a lawyer down at the crossing that I brought from New Orleans, and he'll come up us soon as necessury. If my father left u will, one of you ought to know it. Did he?" looked at Le Fevre. "Tell him," he muttered. "We have reason to believe," I said, "that the late Mr. Ilostock did not leave n will." A gleam of snvngo joy hhone In the man's face. Ho slapped his knee with his hand. 1" ho cried. "I thought "(iood, by there wore peculiar reasons why ho wouldn't wish to do It; but I couldn't be sure. Well, then, it seems there ain't to bo any dispute about my riglitn. lloth of you understand well enough that I am my father's solo heir; there's nobody to contest It with me. take possession here now. Mr. Lo Fevre, a word with you! Something dlsagroonblo occurred in this room not long ago. I think you were to blame; but I don't want to lay up grudges. I want, you to remain in charge of the plantation nnd tho people, for awhile, nt least, till I can get tho hang of things, nnd put one of theso gentleI don't know what men in the place. you've been getting; I'll double It, whllu I want you. Is It a bargain?" "I "No," wiih tho curt answer. I want nothing leave hero from you but tho balunco of two hundred nnd fifty dollars which is duo me from tho placo." Tho new proprietor drew a thick roll of bunk notes from his pocket, counted out tho sum unmed nnd handed It to Lo Fevre, saying: "I want a receipt." Tho latter took a book from his blank leather-boun-d breast pocket, wroto tho receipt and handed it over. Conrad Ilostock looked Inquiringly at tho book. "Havo you a list of tho pcoplo on the place there?" class, 1 1 Bos-toc- k dollars. tho block nny dny." "Stay!" 1 exclaimed. My voice was hoarso, and I shook with emotion. "Conrad Hostock, sho is of your own blood your'B father's daughter. Tho last evening of his life he gave his consent that I should marry her. Ho sent for a lawyer to draw her free papers, and to draw n will, leaving her everything. Tho lawyer arrived here after ho had died. Mr. Lo Fevre hero knows tills. Coralio will go with me; you have nothing to do with her." An Insolent laugh from Bostock's garded." companions greeted my frantic protest. "Must we submit to such a monConrad looked on mo with undlssem-ble- strous condition of law?" I cried. contempt. Ho looked fixedly at me. "Young man, your stay In this house "Boy, you've got spirit; you need to will end right now. Your effects nnd bo guided, but you've tho true stuff. those of your friund, Mr. Le Fevre, The girl's safety nnd deliverance are a will bo set out on the veranda. As thousand times more to you than to for hll this foolishness about the girl me; yet hang me if the fix she's in you've been preaching, I've nothing to don't appeal to me In a way that I can't say. It's hardly the thing in Louisiana stand. And If you ask me if we shall for a whl to man to marrv a slave; the bubmit to havo Coralic bent to New Orlaw don't permit it. If it did, do you leans and sold like a horse to a condisuppose I would be fool enough to give tion worse than death I say no! by the hundred dollars' worth good mother that bore me, I won't!" you twenty-fiv- e of property? Not I. If It will make I pass the words I said to him, tho you feel, nny better, I'll say to you thanks I tried to glvo him. He cut that, if the girl behaves herself, I'll get them nil short. a good master for her. If not if sho "Never mind that, Dorr. I'm with goes into nny tantrums off she goes you, heart nnd hand; you be guided by to the Orleans slave market" me, nnd we'll tave her or " My head swam, my heart seemed to Ho stopped. stand still. I saw the faces of leering "Perhaps you didn't know that if devils through the smoke wreaths. A you aro caught trying toabducta slave strong hand grasped my shoulder. Le in Louisiana they'll send you to tho Fevre stood by my side. Baton Kongo penitentiary for a term "I mako you a proposition," he said of years." to tho proprietor. "I will glvo you "I did not know it, and don't care for twenty-fiv- e hundred dollars for her." it. Tell me what we shall do." "No." Ills own excited feelings found re"Three thousand dollars." lief in a laugh at my eager reckless"No. Sho is not nt present for sale." ness. Hapidly ho laid his plans beforo "Four thousand dollars!" Le Fevre me. I considered it as he spoke, and cried, with nn excitement thnt I had wiw that It offered a chance of success. never known him to betray. "Four He said that men of the class of Conthousand dollnrs; every cent I own in rad Ilostock and his companions, upon tho world I will give you for her. She such nn occasion as this, would be is nothing to you more than her money very sure to spend the night over the value; sho is everything to Dorr. Con- wine bottle and cards. Ho proposed sidering who nnd what she is, you to communicate stealthily with Coralio ought to bo glad to let her go in this through the faithful houso servants, way." and after midnight get her quietly out The fiend shook his head. I could of the house and drive to Donaldson-villo- , bear It no longer. With fists clenched talcing carriage and ponies from and muscles strained, I dashed at him. tho place. Ho know that the Cotton Le Fevre restrained Queen stopped Tho iron hand of at Donaldsonville about mo and dragged mo from tho room. daylight, going up, and that As tho door wns closed behind us, I was lier day.1" Wo would go far heard n roar of laughter from within. enough to reach the vicinity of n railroad, short of any of the eities where x CHAI'TUH XX. we might be overtaken bj telegraph, A oi.kah or HOPE. and there go ashore. Lo Fevre never released his hold on "We can throw off tho pursuit iu sight of my collar till wo were out of this the house, among the cane. I think someway," he said. "We can land at obscure wood station. It must that I held back a little. "Come ulong," he said brusquely. be this side of Baton Rouge, if the Queen there, for there "I'm ns much stirred up as you aro graph stopsoverhaul us, nnd tho telewe will can about it; but I've got my senses, and You want to do strike across tho country to some you've lost yours. equally obscure railroad station. I'll something desperate and foolish." find when we "Let mo go!" I cried. "I'll kill him." defy them to river. us have plentyaro I of along, I say, you young idiot! clear of the "Come What good would It do to kill him? money; that and a little adroitness That would only mako things worse will carry us safe through to Canada for you and the girl. You wnnt'to help within n week." "Le Fevre, you're a noble fellow. If her, don't you?" her hero lu I ever" "I'll die before I leave "Don't bother yourself." ho laughed. that man's powcrl I would " "Yes, I know how you feel. I've got "Wo'ro not there yet." A convulsion of mirth seized him. some feeling myself on the subject. I've got n plan, too; but I tell you Ho sat down in tho grass nnd shook flatly, Dorr Jewett, If you don't como with laughter. "You needn't fenr I'm going crazy, along with mo and quit your crazy notaking the girl out of tho houso Dorr. But supposo nn3ono had said to tion of by force, with those roughs standing me three days ago: 'Wash Le Fevre, between, I'll go my own way, and leave you think you're a good deal of n southern man, now, don't you? And you to your destruction." about tho Ills words calmed me; I ceased to you think slnvcry is you? Well, thing next him as ho strode for the nigger, don't resist, and followed through the cane. Ills hopeful words, week you'll bo trying to run off a slave his strong confidence in himself put to Canada.' Supposo any man had said new life into me; I leaned on him as that to mo! I'd a struck him, if he was as big as a mountain. And now upon a human providence. ho reached tho look nt me!" Ho never stopped till "Circumstances change all of us." edge of tho great swamp, more than a "They do, indeed. Now to work. mllo back of tho house. quarter of a houso I'll go It was overgrown with scrub oak and people, and feel roun1 among the sight. keeping carefully out of cypress; festoons of Spanish moss, ivy, and other parasites ran from tree Go get into tho shade, and stay there I to treo; whero the heat had dried tho till you hear from me. toodon't want rnsh. I'll many rods, a you with mo yet; you're edges of tho swamp for here with thick growth of palm bushes had send ono ofto tho boys outsomo cigars; sprung up. A serpent wriggled in at something cat. Here's our approach, and a cloud of ravenous these confounded 'skeetcrs would eat mosquitoes gavo us a warm greeting. you up alivo." "Wo shan't bo overheard here," said my companion. "I'll make a smoko to savo us from being devoured allvo." Ho lit a cigar nnd consumed It with short, emphatic puffs. I watched his When Baby was sick", we gave her Castor!. face anxiously, and saw that his squaro When aha was a Child, she cried for Castorla, undcr-jawas set, and that ho was When aha became) Miss, she clung to Cutori. thinking hard. Suddenly ho put the When aha had Children, sho gave them Castorla, question to me: "What do you think of mo, anyway, Dorr Jewett?" half-brothe- hundred She'd bring two thousand at worth twenty-fiv- e "Hold on; I'm coming to her. Such has been my opinion. In a single day I am brought face to face with the ugliest aspect of tho whole problem. I've heard of such things as this. I never knew any such personally. I havo supposed that tho facts must be distorted and exaggerated. Now, there Is no mistake. We know what has happened on this plantation. I won't sicken j'ou by reminding you of what mny happen. You'd say, I would say, almost every planter In the La Fourche would agree, that the treatment which that beautiful white girl I tell you It just as It Ls Is likely to receivo at tho hands of her own kin, her just ns you heard him threaten It Is more than brutal. Sir, it is damnable!" He stamped his foot in his excitement. "And the law would permit It?" "The law would aslc just one question: Was her mother a slave? Wo know what tho answer would bo in this case. Nothing else would be rer, "But Coralle" vebcoat At unprecedented low prices. ILABIGEIS9 (D1LOAKS To close at one-hal- f former price. If you need anything in these good will pay you to see our stock before purchasing. it W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. V. INTETW" fi GK-Frz-- CrOOIDS -- MY- FALL WINTER Goods are- - d All In. Come and See. H. J. McEQBERTS. Correspondence With d Attractions Solicited. WALTON BROS., Managers. THE CINCINNATI "WEEKLY" -- NOW GAZETTE t'fjULISUBI) TwiceFOR OXD HUNDRED - Veek A YEAR. H The popularity of the Gazette extendi from Uccun to Ocean. From every part of the Globe tlic iictrti lis Klven lu re- llnblo ahniie. Twelve to Sixteen Pnsteis a, week will bo printed for 91.00 a Year. Aildreuu THE COMMERCIAL .GAZETTE CO. CINCINNATI. AND FOUR PAPERS A YEAR, OR. LES S TIIAX O.VE CUNT l'Stt COPV. M 1? F 17 109 U'.tjkU liM-Vs- m 23 90 WHAT DOES IT, MEAN? lhs tSaQaMa C3.1d'-.-- ai'.u t! it 1 t.4 . .nfwu: Jil Utl ilierlosir CK)uJ!wiUrtvl 1I1 .sail t cir Orli.i. ii .r": Cinclumll to Chttaaiwja. Atluu, of jML.aUI. J Ivrlia. sal CreKtni Hott b l at1! sScrtiM .'j ls 1! SOLID VESTIBULED TRAIN3 points. Through Cars to Vlkbur so I ShrtT-1- 1 tjtwwn eJl of tfca rt. OiJr lint runnlnt tl.ronitli irs Clprlsnatl to kngncllo u.1 via Ntw Orltus tt C. AilKTlll., Dirtit Una to TsxiionJ ntj aUul tours U California, rron I.oulmlK Tit Shrtrtiiort. Aik rouaoctloD Is maJs at Ltxloftoa fhflbTTllLsnl dlrt With ..Uul.4 Usial t all lvUts Booth. :. arj RIKKAUSOX Cco'I w k rus'r At sat. Cincinnati. 0. QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. J iff r ir rr:-- ' uiia . - .' siv IS MARRIAGE A FAIURE ? A NOTED HORSEWOMAN. Clay or tlio Old Aihlnml Fnrm In Kentucky. j IIr. John In It is not if you do as this couple did and continue to buy where you can get the -- At the- - LOWXST wmircss 9.' wrv Tho most widely known horsewoman Kentucky, and probably of tho wholo Knith, is Jlrs. John Clay of Lexington. A manifold interest surrounds her. Tho fnct that sho is tho daughter-in-laof "tho great commoner," Henry Clny; that her home, "Old Ashland," wns built by him for his eon, her husband: thnt it was hero that Mrs. Henry Clay died, and that almost every articlo of furniture tho houso coutnius was bought nnd used by Henry Clay, is worthy of notice. Besides that, howovcr, sho possesses tho usual groat personal attraction and up to her marriage was a renowned bello. She is also a woman of literary ability, having written several well known novels. But Mrs. Clay's principal point of interest lies in nono of theso things, but in tho fact that throughout tho wholo length and breadth of her native stato sho is tho only woman who conducts entirely nlono a Bluo Grass stock farm. Sinco tho death of hor husband six years ago sho has w nloard by tomo friend down town. At his loft sat o motherly woman, who fidg-- I eted about for nwhile. and thou gained courngo to inquire: Slimvlair Her Sjnimthj On a Grand Itiver nvenuo street car .ho other afternoon was a man with n baudngo over his eyes who had boon put HOLIDAY GOODS. Xmas Presents, Gifts and Articles suitable for every one to purchase. h -- ' "Havo yon met with an accident, sir?" "No, ma'am. I urn being treated for cataract of tho eye.' "In both eyes?" "Yes'm." "And can't you seo at nil?" "Not tho slightest." "Dear me, but that is awful l" During tho next threo or four minutes she seemed to bo studying the caso to seo what sho could do to prove her good will and sympathy. A newsboy finally boarded tho car just as sho was about to got off, and sho hurriedly bought a paper, laid it on tho blind man's knee, and tenderly said: "Poorfellowl I know jnBt how you must feel about it I Here's tho evening paper for you to road aud take your mind off your misfortune" Detroit Freo Press. AND- ww vjvvv py w- -j i) "Op.u All JilBlit." And buy your Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Shades and Curtains from us to Brighten Your Home. Mr. W. E. Grubbs and Miss Sarah E. Ashley were joined in the BUY NEW : CHEAP. 1 -- - isLm holy bonds of wedlock by Rev. W. E. Ellis, Wednesday, Dec.20th, at 10:30 o'clock in Toilet Cases, Manicure Sets, Mirrors, New Photo Cases, Albums, Bisque Figures, Celluloid Novelties, Writing Desks, Work Boxes, Shaving and Smoking Sets and new Xmas Cards, The CARPET PARLOR more than 250 acres, on tho wholo of which hardly n weed is to bo seen nnd in no placo can thero be found n singlo plank missing from tho 25 miles of fence Which will be replenished Jby January i, 1894. They started from upon it. Her thoroughbreds aro descended from the right place and if they continue to go to Severance & Son for their ono of two mares Margaret Wood and Dry Goods, Notions. Shoes, etc., they will continue to be as happy JIajnolin which wore presented to Henry Clay by a prominent politician. as they were on their wedding day. So it will be with all who buy of Most of tho colts Mrs. Clay sells as mention some articles and prices below; Red and Fan-c- yearlings, Tho pride of tho wholo estate us. is Logic, Calicoes 5c; Apron Gingham 5c; Children's Ribbed Hose 5c, 10c. with his thoisplendid thoroughbred, n who, 17 hands of height, is very Ta-bl- e Saul among his fellows. He is tho largest 15c and 20c. Hemstitched Handkerchiefs 3c. Towels, Napkins, Linens, Napkins, Head &ests, Stamped Goods, Gloves Fascina. horse of his kind in America and probably in the world. tors, also Hats, Boots, Cloaks, and Dress Patterns at Cost. Mrs. Clay cares littlo for tho society of Smyrna Rugs, Fur Rugs, Moquette Rugs, Portaires, Lace Curtains, her own kind, but sho is on the most and confidential terms with theso, Shades. 4-- Table Covers $1; 6--4 Table Covers Si. 50. Children hermuto frionds. Shoknows their names, Vests, assorted sizes, 25c. Children's wool Vests and Pants 25c. their histories and oven their individual dispositions. Lost month, as sho was Wool Skirts 75c. showing a visitor over her domain, they npproached a beech grove where no sign 8c of animal lifo could be seen, but at the call of her mistress from overy nook and corner of the wood came running bean-tifmares with their colts besido them, all showing in their arched neck, small ears and intelligent eyo their proud descent. Each of theso horses baa its own littlo hout.0 any If you do not, try ours. We are now receiving our winter goods dio they uroand paddock, and should spot laid tenderly away in a such as set aside for that purpose. Mrs. Clay's genuino lovo for her horses is shown in her interest in their futuro welfare. In her will she has bequeathed to every suCarolina Rice, Foerster'Cakes'andjjCrackers.JSJig perannuated animal on tho placo a leg(Hudnut's,) acy of $50 per annum and no work. BOOKS AND BOOKLETS 1 Of Severance & Son. Their department was beautifully decorated with potierres, curtains and draperies, the entire floor being covered MRS. JOHN CLAY. with Smyrna, Moquette and Fur Rugs and Carpets from their taken completo charge of her estato of Gift Books, Poems, Novels, Sets and nicest Children's Books, Most !9We : Excellent : Stock, Pnck. He Didn't Undentand. a telegraph offico to send a dispatch to my houso. As I waa waiting, nu old negro brought to tho oftlco a message which ho wanted sent immediately. "The operator scanned tho message and replied, 'All right,' and proceeded to dispatch the missive Whon this was completed, ho took down his file, ("pitted the original on tho hook and then turned his attention to other business. "Tho negro took his seat and sat for half an hour, nover taking his eyes off tho paper on tho hook. 1 wasawaiting my own reply to a 'rush' dispatch, uud as I had nothing better to do I watched him carofully. Presently hla patience was exhausted. Approaching tho doek, ho said: " 'I say, boss, hain't yer gowin ter send dat message? It's berry important an should go megotly.' "Tho operator looked up in surprise and then said: 'Why, old man, I sent tho dispatch long ago. It's delivered long beforo "Not long sinco in Galveston," says a recently returned drummer, "I entered Best Dolls, Toys and Games, Doll Houses, Cradles, Beds, Tea Sets, Drums, Guns, Stoves, Blocks, Machines and Games of every kind, ,i y ti it EXPRESS WAGONS, DOLL CARRIAGES VELOCIPEDES, &C. 4 Best and most durable iron tires; must be sold. At old stand, SEVERANCE SON. ul W. B. McROBERTS, Stanford, Ky. m if- Do You Get Good Coffee? Ik. It If' vCracked Wheat, Oatmeal, HomiDy, P. J. and Imported MaccaronijJ and Nuts. Nice Assortment ofJCandies, 'California, Canned and Evaporated Fruits, Fruits McKINNEY BROS., Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries, FARMS & HARDIN, Have open and ready for your inspection an'immense assortment of Holiday Goods i And you are cordially invited to call and see them while the stock is unbroken. CHICAGO YIA MONON. Gratitude is the memory of the heart. Massieu. Devotion is the last love of women. Saint-Evromond. r the conscience of tho mind. Ohamfort. Remorse is the last sigh of expiring virtue. La Beaumello. If there is a fruit that can be eaten raw, it is beauty. A. Karr. The whisper of a. beautiful woman can be heard farther than the loudest call of duty. It is better to sacrifice one's love to sarcasm than to indulge it at the expense of a friend. than to morIt is better to love row. A pleasure postponed is a pleasure lost. A. Ricard. Between two beings susceptible to love, the duration of loye depends upon the first resistance of the woman or the obstacles that society put in their say JL western piper tells of a fellow who, Balzac. every time he gets on a spree, insists on paying a year's subscription on his town A substance that is expected to excel paper. He has already paid up to Janu- ivory in a point of cheapness only, of ary, 1027. An effort will be made at the course Is being made out of milk, coagnext editoral convention to ascertain ulated, mixed with borax and submityhat brand of whisky the fellow is us- ted to tremendous pressure that renders ing in order that it may be more gener- it absolutely solid and durable. ously put on the market. The Dinwiddie-McKe- o will case at at Banocks, Wayne Paris, has been Bottled by a compromise. The postofllce over The case involved something .county, will be discontinued after 3100,000, and was in the courts for years. 30. Conviction is to-da- y er Reduced Christmas & New Year Rates. The L. N. A, & 0. railway, Monon Route, will Bell tickets on Dec. 23rd, 24th, 25th, 30th, 3lst, and Jan.lst, at li of the first class limited fare to all local points including Chicago and atationa on the O. H. & D., Big 4, I. D. & W., L. B. & St. L., Yandalia, 0. M., and Wabash railroads, account of the Holidays. Tickets good returning until January 2nd. For etudenta holding endorcement of Princl-- p tl of School, College or Seminary limit will be extended to January 11th. Finest trains and only Dining Car 8ervice between the Falls and Windy Cities are operated by the celebrated Monon Route. Dotaila accorded on written application to K. H. Bacon, D. P. A., Louis ville, Ky. or F. J. Heed, G. P. A., Chicago, Ills. "Tho darky looked at tho man with surprise and then said: 'No, 'tain't Ye can't fool dls chilo. It's not sent nt nil; it a hanging up dar on do hook. I saw ye when yo put it dar, and I hain't taken my eyes ofTn it sinco.' "Tho operator tried to explain a little BltACKETOAUail FlTZUUOU. of tho theory of telegraphy, but tho WOMEN WELCOME IT. darky would not rest content. Nothing would havo satisfied him except to see An Apartment Home With Ho llulei Im the message itself whirling over tho Sew York. wires. Unless ho has heard to tho conLondon is far ahead of Now York in trary, I feel assured that ho doesu't beono respect at least. It contains moro lieve now that his message was bunt." than a dozen apartment houses for wom- Now York Herald. en exclusively houses unhampered by any rules, but whero conveniences and Did Not 'Want Trunk. even elegancies aro to bo had without "Pardon mo, madam," gontly urged paying exorbitant rent. travel btained Rhodes as ho struck tho New York is soon to have ono. Glow- lady of tho houso at tho alley gato, "havo ing stories aro told of it. It will bo situ- you an old pair of shoes you can apnro a ated on Fourth avenue, comer of Nine- poor pilgrim on life's thorny path?" teenth street. It will bo seven or eight Bidding him wait a moment, tho good Btories in height. Tho apartments will womauweut into the houso and roturned bo divided into small suits for with a pair of shoes, which sho handed nnd singlo rooms all deco- to him. rated and furnished by tho associated "Excuse mo, good lady," ho murmured artists. Needless to boy, this bespeaks hoarsely, "your husband is a Philadelharmony of coloring and an aesthetic phia policeman?" selection of chairs, tables, cozy divans, "Ho is," sho roplied wouderingly. etc. "How did you know?" Tho Twelfth Night club will have a "By tho 6izo of these," waB tho sorrowfino sweep of rooms in this now house. ful reply. "Hero, madam, take them After tho Parisian style, tho wido court- back. I wanted shoes to walk in. 1 yard, shadowy nnd cool, will bo a nest of could uso theso for trunks; but, alas I florists' Bhops, all kept by women. A havo no need for such." restaurant on tho ground floor will bo Then ho drifted on, and tho woman headed' by a first class chef and n staff leaned against tho gatepost and thought. of waiters. Elovatoiw will ran all night, -Philadelphia Call. and boys in braso buttons will bo numerous in the mnrblo tiled halls. AltogethThe Cruihed Author. er tho independent women of New York, "So your great work on 'Tho Subconyoung and old, will bo ablo to vio with sciousness of tho Normal Apperception' their rich neighbors on Fifth avenue was rejected?" and for about half tho expense. "Yes. Tho publisher Bald his presses Mrs. Candaco Wheeler is tho promoter wero going to bo so busy with Clara of tho enterprise, and Miss Janet Lowis Jeops Chippy's now novel, 'Only tho the secretary. Second that he couldn't "And there will bo really no rules?" think of Chambermaid,'anything frivolous bringing out asked one girl at a club tea last week, her this season." Brooklyn Eagle. voico expressive of awed wistfulness. "Not a rule! Not a ghost of ono! Onco The Latcit. a woman ia accepted as a tenant her reSam Wha's dat t'lng Lindy's got stuck spectability and reliability aro gunran on de buzzum ob hor dress? teed. After that there is no espoinage." Josiah Shi Doan yo' gib it away. Sho Most of the suits are already bespocouldn't affohd to buy no cyrsanthums, ken. It is rumored that Genoral Custer's widow will make her home there, as so sho jes' swiped some of do cold slaw will Mrs. Frank Leslie and others equal- from do restaurant whar she's workin and tied it up in a bunch instid. Brookly well known. Most of tho occupant will know each other. They will have lyn Life. all the privileges of home no rules no Kuiy Enough. redtapel Jolly? Comfortable? Desira"Here ia a request for your autograph, ble? Yes, indeed. fir," said his private secretary to Mr. When the apartment house is ready, Bhortribs, president of tho Chicago Lythero will be a migration from poky ceum. flats and chilly boarding houses; there "Very well," replied tho amiable man. will bo exclamations of joy from divers "Write one and mail it." Pittsburg corners of tho town that welded together would put tho most triumphant Greek chorus to shame. Severely l'utittlied. Kate Jordan. New York. Guest What's this? Waiter Whipped cream, sah. The junior fellowship of Dublin uniGuest It must havo been whipped seversity will hereafter bo open to men verely. It seems to be dissolved in tears, and women students on tho same terms. rruth. I Chroniclo-Telegraph. this.' James Frye's GREAT HOULDAY BAILEl WILL BEGIN Thursday, Dee. 21, '93. I will move into my new store house about Jan. ist, and in order to reduce my stock, I will sell on Thursday. Dec. 21st, any thing in my entire stock of goods at such a sacrifice as was never known. I mention some of the articles below, I can not mention them all for want of space, and if you do not find what you want named here, be assured that every thing is included. Remember the day for these prices 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. I, have 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. A LOOK AT THESE PRICES. Four pounds soda 25c, 20 pounds granulated sugar $i, Arbuckles coffee 25c, best green coffee 22c, 3 cans tomatoes or corn 25c, 3 pound yellow preserve peaches I2c, California apricots 15c, all calicos extra heavy brown cotton shirting, hoosier cotton 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 arc 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 are 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, 4c, 6c, 4, 6c, JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. 1.' ,Y Mv- r- ,. SjuL& tit. -- ..frt..). pjfi'mvif 'Ta1, J. ,, .,ifri.. ,,.. 1 ftitx:' &. n. " " M-tf-