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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893122901 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. jr,L-- Vi"?1 O Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxi. WILllAMSDUnO, WHITLEY COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. ev-or- Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 29. 1893. HUBBLE. CRAB ORCHARD. NO. 86 ;. , -- j The Xmas treo was held in Mr. Jno. Edmiston'a storo room, and Dr. Doorea saw that each littlo poor child waa remembered and many little souls were made happy. News haa just reached hero of tho FOR marriage of Miss Kate Curtis to n Mr Boiling, of Barbourville. Her many friends wish for them much success nnd all joys possible. Mrs. Lasloy, mother of Lucien Las-leIn our line. Prescriptions compounded accurately from the vcry Is lying very sick at Mrs. W. T. Stephenson's. Morris Harris is sick but Last Friday evonlng tho students of evening and was enjoyed by about 15 band furnished tho music nnd all went isablotoslt up in his room. Mr. and off quiet and was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Beazloy are improving. the Academy gave o musical and lltera. couples of young folks. Prompt attention given to all customers. Come and see our goods. -- Mr. Kugeno Berkelo, son of tho late Wo havo had a very quiet Christry entertainment in the chapel. There Dr. Ed Estcn, wife and daughter aro was a good audience present and tho ex- Wru. Berkelo, nnd Miss Hannah Dunn, mas here. No drinking nor fussing go- with Mr. John Edmiston. Mrs. Brooks dsughtor of Mr. John A. Dunn, were ing ou at all. Tho holidays have seem- and daughter, Miss Mollie, left Tuesday ercises wero well performed. The Littlo Buildora of tho Christian j married in Lower Garrard Wedncsduy ed more like Sunday than liko Christ- to visit Jim Brooks in St. Louis. Tbey Druggist, Stanford, Ky. mas. will be gone till the middle of February. church cavo an entertainment at tho evening. Pete Hampton was in town Tuesday Monday evoulng. Tho house Dr. Kinnalrd wns called to see Geor Miss Bessie Mngee desires to thank church was well filled to hear thorn and tho and tells us that his prospects for jailer gia Ann Engleman who has been sick. tho members of the Christian church children did their part well nud deserve of Lincoln aro fine. Ifyou will let all of (or somo days, but who is thought to be who so kindly remembered her Xmas much praUo for their faithful work in his friends over hero vote in tho race, it improving now. R. G. Anderson bps with a handsome toilet set. Miss Bessie rented tho Frank Engleman properly. as organist of this church deserves much preparing a treat of this kind for tho will take a weok to count hi majority. In tho county court Tuesday tho Greenberry Bright has gone to Rich- credit for punctual attendance. people. Sunday morning at 10 o'clock Mr. will of Eld. J. 0. Frank was ndmitted to mond to see his best girl. Al Luce and About 2 o'clock Xmas day fire broke T.J. Curd and Miss Cynthia Gatliilo probate. Ilia wife, brother and Mr. Joel wifo have como in from Washington to out in the little house of Walter Edmiswere married at the home of the bride's J. Walker wero appointed executors. make his father's their future home. ton and would have burned the whole father. Eld. John Bell Gibson, who Is The will of Mary Simpson was , also adtown but for the gallant work of men HUSTONVILLE. ol tho groom, perform- mitted to probate. a brother-in-laand boys. The wind was high and it is On account of tko death of Col. Joo ed the ceremony. Tho couple left Imsupposed it caught from fire crackers Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Gregory. of Weisiger, the Christmas treo nnd entermediately for Knorvlllo und other tbo men and boys were shooting all day We are now moved and settled in the room around the Farmers Grayson, aro visiting friends here. tainment which was to have been given in the South on a bridal tour. in front of it. Tho roof was quickly takMr. W. D. Weatherford gave a dinTho now boarding hall, which will nt the Presbyterian church was postponen off in front and it was iOm subdued Bank & Trust Co., and prepared to carry on the Johnson Uall, connect ed until next Monday night, at which ner party Monday, which was enjoyed It broke up the fun of bo known as the boys by many of his young friends. od with the Institute. Is about comple- time tho program will bo carried out. had planned to enjoy. Our town is much more quiet than Tho younger sot were entertained by First-Gla- ss ted and will be opened for boarders Jan. Mr. Joseph Carson, an old, respectbauilHOinely Miss Aberta Anderson Tuesday evening it has been for some time, the calaboose ed citizen of Rockcastle county, died at 1st. It is a brick building, furnished and will accommodate aloiit nt hor home on Dauville Ave. On the has been desolate for about three weeks. his home near ML Vernon lost week Miss Mellie Hopper is visiting her 60 young ladles. It will bo under the same evening a large crowd of young laYour are cordially invited to Come in and inspect cousin, Annie Huffman, in Lexington. from the effects of grip. He was about control of Mrs.T. B. Webster, daughter dies and gentlemen "stormed" Mr. John Miss Djllle Williams is at home from 60 years old and a consistent christian J)oty and were handsomely entertained. D. Howard Smith. of whose place will be hard to fill. He was Ala meeting of Lanceater Lodge, Richmond. Meesra. J. H. and E. C. Boggs, of Mrs. W. L. Williams has been sick the father of Miss Lizzie Carson, of this Richmond, wero hero a few days last No. 104, A. Y. Masons, Wednesday tho for some time. Will Huffman and Felix place, and brother of Mrs. Magee. A week. Mis Ida Householder, of Mid followlug oiHcers were elected for the large procession of sorrowing friends folAnd get- ensuing yean J. R. Tercy, W. M.; R. Twidwell have returned home from Cov- lowed the remains to the grave where dlesboro, who has been visiting her A. Burnside, S. W.; Robt. Klnuaird, J. ington. Archie Grigtrs is ut home from they rendered the last earthly aid. Mrs. Will Jones, returned home Danville. Saturday. Mrs. Jones and Miss Graco W ; W. B. Mason, Sec'y; W. J. Several young girls were invited to The sorrowing daughter, wife and relaHon. Charles Treaa ; Alex Bthop, S. & T. Jones accompanied hor. tives have the many assurances that a Mies Bulah VanArsdale's Tuesday eveA large plate glass in Hlgglnboth- Finlev. our leelslator. will leave for Before Buying. ning to take tea, and soon after 7 o'clock christian death can gho. Frankfort this weok. Ho wants to get am's storo was shattered Monday night Services at the Baptist church was bv n sky rocket from the opposite side of the boys were on hand with their acquainted before tho session opens. distinguished Christmas day which was enjoyed very much all that a the Public Square. Tho wonder is that Sunday near the Bell county lino from any other of the week. The stores dltUculty took place, In which Mllford some one was not seriously hurt by this indeed. Tho young people of this place storm- were kept open and from the number Burnett shot and killed Ben Purlin. foclishness, which was kept up Saturday ed Mr. J. K. Baughman Monday night that we saw patronizing the whisky There were some warrants agittnsl Par-ti- and Monday nights. amounted to considerall had a delightful time. Miss Mag- houses tboir sales aud were In thu lundi of Deputy Watt Arnold, son of Mr. David Ar- and able. One man remarked that it waa a Sheriff Mayno for execution and he was nold, and brother of Deputy Sheriff W. gie Ingles 'was present and recited for shame to work on our Savior's birtb-day- , preparing a posse to make this and oth- A. Arnold, met with a serious accident them aud they all enjoyed it so eho was that that day ought to be kepht holy er arrests of Partin and his friends. It during the Christmas festivities at Xlch- - called on several times during tne eve- and later in tho evening he waa utterly Will be delivered right at your door on the following days or the day ning. la supposed that ParUn and his friends olasville. A largo lire cracker exploded You will not be disappointed. It will be out your way Mr. J. L. Conway, a prominent unablo to tell whether it was 1893 or thereafter. of beard of It and Sunday morning four prematurely and so Injured his right drummer of Wichita, is here. Mr. Lud 1770, whether he was walking on the as follows: them came to Mayne's homo and Partin hand that amputation was necessary. Evans is expected this week- - Misses pavements or the tops of the fences, Crab Orchard and Preachersville Pikes Every Monday drew his pistol on Mayne and began to Dr. Chauncy M. Depow has return- Bell und Lizzie Bogle are visiting Miss whether a cow was a bird, or a man a Every Tuesday when Burnett shot him. The ed from Europe and is now ready to eat, Mill Pike Dudderar's abuse him, Emma Hunn in Columbia. Mies Alico sheep. We suppose this was his idea of are a rough set nnd have been a "peak and tell tho people what they Partins Every Wednesday aud Ilnrry Baughman are the guest of keeping the day sacred, and he was not Lancaster Pike torror to that Bectlon for years nnd the ought to do, and all about things of by himself; bad plenty of believers in Danville Pike". Every Thursday uncle, Mr. J. K. Baughman. good citizens are glad to hear of them which ho knows nothing. Ensconced their his doctrine, and as they left town their Every Friday Hustonville Pike being put out of tho way. Several of in his palatini mansion, wearing purple Christian College Notes. bottles were nearly empty and they Every Saturday pen now for murder. and fine linen, nnd faring sumptuously .ho clan are in tho Somerset Pike Mrs. Boyle Stone and Mrs. Geo. Cow-de- were still keeping the day sacred. Every Saturday Prof. Gorman Jones nud wife are overy day, ho has no more idea of tho of Liberty, paid Christian College n Stanford spending the holidays in Ohio. They condition of the mtsies than if lie had call on last Thursday. They will enter Every Wednesday Is nec- Rowland Under the new Bchool law it .l will begin housekeeping in their new never been horn. their daughters, MiBes Amanda anJ essary for each district to provide its ALBERT HOMMEL, Rowland, Ky. Tho recital by the pupils of the mu Dollioon Jan. let. homo when they return. Mr. E. M. chool house w ith one globe, map of the Huguely went to Richmond last Sunday. sic class of Garrard Collego on tho eveSchool was dismissed on Friday world, map of the State, map of the MUs Gertrude Lester has returned from ning of Dec. 21st, was attended by a Dec. 22nd for a vacation, until Jan 1st county, physiology chart, civil govern Louisville, where alio has been at school. large nnd fashionable audience, and all ISO 1. Tho boarders and teachers are en ment and hiutory charts. Miss Mary and Anna O'Mnrn returned who were In attendance were delighted joying a vacation, nnd in passing by, the Thu Tariff Mule is again kicking in All of tho se- College s?oma like " Some banquet hall the New York Weekly World and the from n Bhort visit to Louiavillo Friday. with the entertainment. Messrs. J. Sliumnu Steele)' and Frank lections' wtro excellent nnd well render- deserted." For the next 30 days we will sell Men's, Boys' and Children's Tariff Page of that paper is without doubt Cosby, vi ho have been attending school ed. Prof. Glenn C. Gowell is n first The Geometry claps is safe over The the strongest In the country. For those nt Lexington, are nt homo for a vacation. class musician and the performances of Pons Assinortim; they are now circum- who like tar id arguments and like them Mr. M. K. Pennington is spending tho his pupils fully sustained his reputation scribing and inscribing circles nnd poly- served hot, it will bo worth whllo to holldnya at his father's In Union coun- ns n teacher and performer. Tho selec- gons. Tho advanced Latin Class has send a postal-carfor a copy of the ty, TJenn. Mlbs Adelln Hyatt, who has tions for three guitara wero admirable completed De Senectuto and aro now Weekly World. At unprecedented low prices. A few been staying In J. W. Sullivan's store, and reflected much credit upon Miss ready for Llvy. Lizzie Smith, of Elizaville, Misses Lucy and Mattio Alcorn, Fleming county, has tiled suit against left for Maysvilla, Tenn., last on Friday Minnie Elliott, tho teacher who assisted morning. MIbs Hattio Gibson enter- in the performances upon that instru former pupils of Christian College, but Miss Gonnie Sousley for $2,000 damages tained n number of her friends Thurs- ment. former price. If you need anything in these good nioro recently of Oxford Seminary, are in the Fleming Court. The plaintiff To close at one-hal- f Among those who came homo to at homo for two week's vacation. They claims Miss Sousley placed several pins, day evening. it will pay you to see our stock before purchasing. spend the holidays are Capt. W. J. nnd are both kindly remembered at Chris- with the sharp end up, in the church BRODHEAD. Koo Kinnnird, of Middlesboro; Georgo tian College, and we wish them "A pew of the defendant several Sundays Lusk, Earnest Brown, Burt Spencer, Bright Christmas and A Happy New ago at .blizaviiio. Airs, smitu iurtner Tho Christmas treo at tho Baptist Jim Curroy, Louisville; Homer Bitson Year." night was a success. claims that she sat on said pins and was church Monday Lexington; BeBsie Baughman, RichTho Christmas Receptiou by tho damaged to the amount asked for in the Bro. Sizemore, of Stanford, preached mond, nntl Mr. Tom Miller, of Knox-vill- o. Junior Class on the evening of tho 21et. suit. at the Baptist church here last n Bermon Mr. Theodore Curry has been from 8 o'clock to 12, was greatly enjoyed Tuesday night. confined to bis bed for several days by by nil present. At 8 o'clock the parlor Dr. Aivlemax will meet his many paThere will bo a box supper at tho Saturday night. All a severe attack of tho grip. Missba Mi doors were thrown open, and the guests tients and all other sufferers who wish Albright Hall next ra and Luln Owsley entertained n few of wero cordially aud gracefully received ti consult him at his ollice at tho Myare invited to attend. MYtheir young friends Tuesday evening. by the Juniors, Misses AllioSurber, Hat-ti- e ers House, Tuesday and Wednesday, Bro. A. J. Pike has been preaching Rev. Win. Walden, who is Park and Katie Moore, assisted by Jan. 2 and 3. 'rhe doctor has had good at Freedom church for the last eight days Biblo Collego at Lexington, attending the ia here visit- Miss Victoria Bishop, Misses VanArs-dale- , success in his practice here the past and nights and tho result up to the 20th ing hia parents. Thomson, Clay and Bennett per- year, aud merits the large practico he was 22 additions to the church, 17 by Mr. Joseph Weisiger, a prominent formed tho rolo of entertainers in a now enjoys. baptism and 5 by rcstora Goods are- confession and citizen, died at midnight on Sunday, the mannbr most complimentary to themtlon. A Card. 24th, and was buried at Danville on the selves; they seemed to possess the charm I wish it distinctly understood that I Bear In mind one tihng,that 20th, after n protracted spell of typhoid of making each one feel that he was the Tkbsonal: jn.iiHinpuH. nleaaure. or necessity calls fever. Funeral services wero held at tho honored guest. At 10 o'clock refresh- have circulated no report concerning fbo you away from home at any time, be residence by Revs. J. 0. Randolph aud ments were served under the directions talked-o- f marriage of my uncle, James particular, to have your route fully decid- J. R. Torcy. He was born in Danville of tho matron, Mrs. Smith, whose skill Pepples. Those saying to the contrary and was a son of Dr. Ross Weisiger. He and efficiency in this department de- are malicious prevaricators. ed upon and arranged before starting. J. H. Fepplks. should be taken into married a daughter of W. II. Kinnalrd, serves to be complimented. Among Many things especially the Inducements cashier of the National Bank of Lancas- those present were Misses Anna Reid, Guaranteed Cure. offered by the Wisconsin Central Com- ter, and waa a director in the bank at Julia Stagg, Emma Pruitt, and Bertie We aiithorire our advertised druggist to tell you New Discovory for Consumption, pany to thoro who wish to visit St. Paul, the tlmo of his death. He leaves a wid- Enoch, graduates and adopted daughters Dr. King's Colds, upon this condition: If you ours, We are now receiving our winter goods Courtis and Minneapolis, Ashland, West Superior, ow and an only child. The funeral was of Christian College. At 12 o'clock a re- are afflicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, If you do not, try Throat or Cheat Trouble andwill use this remedy such as In Wisconsin. attended by a large number of our citi- luctant and lingering good-byDuluth or any point was spok- according to directions, giving it a fair trial and the bottle extxrtnee Their trains leave Chicago at conven- zens, including many of his relatives and en. The occasion will be long and pleas-antl- y ana have no benefit, you may return could not your money refunded. We Their equipment is unsur- personal friends. He left a handsome make this offer If we did not know that Dr. King remembered. ient hours. New Discovery could be relied upon. It never estate and a record of just and honorapassed by any'.llne in the Northwest. disappoints. Trial bottles freo at A. R. Penny's (Hudnut's,) Carolina Rice, Foerster Cakesand Crackers, St. Paul ble dealings with his fellowmen. drugstore. Large sire joe and $:. Close connections are made at various lines and Minneapolis, with the Cure for Headache. Frank J. Dawes, a wealthy Chicago running to all California and Paciflo As a remedy for all forms of Headache Electric When Baby waa lick, we gaT her Castor!. brewer, received a telegram while in Bitters has proved to be the very best. It effects P. J. and Imported Maccaroni. Nice Assortment of Candies, Fruits Coast points. permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual New Orleans telling of tho illness of his When tho waa a Child, she cried for Castori. sick headache yields to its influence. We urge and Nuts. Ask your nearest ticket agent for full When (he became MUs, the duns to Caatorl. a bottle and give all who are affllcud to procure child. He chartered a train ou the Illiinformation, and be partloular to see this remedy a fair trial In cases ol habitual conWhen the had Children, she gavethero Caetorta. "Wiscon-i- n nois Central and mado the 1,000 miles at stipation Electric Hitters cures by giving the your tickets read via the that needed tone to the bowels and few cases long re rate oi a tnilo a minute, breaking all sist the use ol this medicln . Try it once. Large Central Lines. Jas. 0. Pond, Genl. the Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries bottles only 30 cents at A. R. Penny's Drug Storo. previous records. Pass. Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. y Mr. Q. 0. Mooro was In Louisville Dr. J. I. Letcher is very 111 with the Mrs. Mary Engleman nnd Ephio grip. last week having his eyes treated. havo been visiting friends here this Rev. 0. M, Stevens will preach Miss Nannie Harris has postponed week. feunday at Gorbin until further an- lior pnrty on account of tho illness of her Dr. Cook reports Lou Xailor convalnouncement. mother. escent. Wm. Mosier and Singleton have Mr. Mellaril Ward ami family have rented 00 acres of land of tho S. E. OwsTho ladies of tho Baptist church gave a box supper in the room adjoin moved to Mrs. Fisher's property ou n ley farm. ing J. M. Ellison's storo Tuesday evestreet. Tho entertainment givon by tho Thu Krins ICrlngle party given for Misses Owsloy Tuesday night in the ning. tho benefit of the Methodist church was shape of n masque party was well attendMiss Mabfal Belbout, of the acado my, is spending tho holidays at Harrl- -j well attended and a nice sum realized. ed and enjoyod by all. An impromptu hop was given in the mon, Tenn. Mr. Willard Ames, of BoTiio party at J. W. Bright's Tuesday hall over tho Record office Wednesday night was well attended. The Danville res, Is vistting frionda hero. Lox-ingto- HAPPY NEW YEAR! Thank You, Call Again. Drugs, Books, Everything BLST DRUGS AND y, CHLMICALS. W. B. McROBERTS, MOVED, NEW -- ' SIGN of the BIG STOVE A pla-C3- S fire-work- s Grocery Business. OUR GOODS, sis-to- r, lt Lan-dra- OUR NEW PRICES, fire-wor- kp, W. H. WEAREN & CO. n n, Great REDUCTIONS. d OVEECOATS 1LAIIME1S9 "W. --- MAMS E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. ZNTZETW 'FALL s WINT1EM -- GOODS -- All In Come and See. H. J. McROBERTS. Do You Get Good Coffee? Cracked Wheat, Oatmeal, Hominy, e m California Canned and Xvaporatud Truit, McEINNEY BROS., si ut A - , ".- - w .v -ri fl ,L i Unit j Wrrti v hrrrDinD InirDMIU Non-house- NEWSY , NOTES. .... .... Stanford, Kr., December 29, W. P. WALTON. 1893 n 6 OB 8 PAGES, Gov. McCnEAnY notified Mr. John W. Rout yesterday that ho had recommen- t t b tf ded him as poatmaater at Stanford, to succeed the present incumbent, Mrs. P. T. Courts, whoso term, ho enya expires Jan. 9, 1894. The governor says that Mr. Rout was endorsed by a largo majority of the patrons of the office, and by many more persons than any other applicant, and knowing him to bo n worthy and competent democrat, he recoranien-dehim as stated. We believo the appointment, which is certain, will givo general satisfaction. Mr. Rout is capaNearSelma, Ala., a ble and accommodating and we are Bure child was carried off" by an eagle. When he will mnko a good postmaster. Certain ff.'sh was entirely it is that ho will, if he will fulfill his found the little one's consumed. word. promises, and he is a man of his Miaa Louise Holenberg, of Terra legged, bandy shanked, bald Haute, was strangled to death at break TnE long headed whisky ganger who edits the fast while attempting to swallow a piece Richmond Climax, says the reason we of tough steak. Mies Edna Seay, a beautiful Daviees were so anxious to have Gov. McCreary make his recommendation for postmas- county girl, committed suicide by jump-inter at Stanford, is because we have a into a well. No cause is known room for rent. Underlings like Tipton for the rash act. should not attribute such base motives Mr. P. S. Barbor, said to have been to statesmen. The rooms wo had for the wealthiest man in Nelson county, rent are rented to responsible firms at died at Bardstown, leaving an estate valfigures that the postmaster could afford ued at nearly 2,000,G00. David G. Howay, of Washington, to pay. Go to your distillery, Tip, and attempted to celebrate Christmas by Btay there. Master jumping down a smokestack of a moving Thk manifesto of Grand locomotive from tho bridge. Workman Sovereign shows that ho is a Aien Cousans was hanged at Knox-vill- e, crank, an enthusiast and an unfit succesTenti., for tho murder of his wife. sor of Mr. Towderly. His assertion that some He confessed, ami claimed to believe ho unlees the Knights of Labor or heaven for it. similar organization Bhall save the coun- was coins to At Louisville, John Fahey, one of try that civil liberty will cease within bridge workmen who escaped the seven years, with others as foolish, the calamity recently, was run over and killshows that he is the wrong man to head boarding a train for Cinan organization, that properly conducted ed as ho was would prove a boon to the laboring class cinnati. It cost a little over 7J centa a day to and thereby benefit tho whole people. feed each convict in the Frankfort peniTnE statement is made and as em- tentiary during November. The total phatically denied that Col. Breckinridge expense of the institution for the month has compromised with Miss Pollard in was 10,932,57. In a street duel at Lawrenceburg, her suit against him for $50,000 damages The defendant's lawyers Monday, Joe Brown shot and killed Polk for seduction. say the case can be only settled in court Moffett. The trouble arose over the aror be dismissed by the plaintiff. Mean- rest of Mofiett's son at church. Brown time the short horses are getting in their was severely wounded. -"- Buffalo Bill," Col. Wm. F. Cody, work and it is more than probable that Breckinridge will represent the having amassed a fortune at the World's Col. Ashland district in Congress no more Fair with his wild west show, will return to Nebraska and run for Governor after this term. on the republican ticket. Chiiistian county is wrongly named. Henry Meter, of Bourbon, Indiana, Hell's Half Acre would be more appli- married his colored housekeeper. Tho cable, if we are to judge by the amount citizens became indignaut and taking of crime committed there. Tho New him from hia home at night, adminisEra says that 2,777 criminal cases have tered a coat of black paint. been tried by one magistrate in three A Polish syndicate has signed a conyears and there are SS magistrates in tho tract to establish a beet sugar industry at connty. This is worse than TexaB where Omaha. Polish immigrants will operit is Baid that if a man owned that State ate a model beet raising farm for tho inand hell he would sell the former and struction of the natives in beet culture. live in the latter. Newton Hargan, ot Frankfort, while and on his Christmas drunk, wandered off to The bill to annex Nevada to Utah make one State of them seems to be a a cliff not far from town. His foot slipgood one. The last census only gave ped and he fell 75 feet, lighting on his and head on the hard pike below. Ho will the former rotten borough recent estimates say that there are only die. The report of an expert who has 33.000 Dfonle in the whole State, which for political purpones. been examining the financial condition was innde to order deTwo United States Senators and a Con- of the city of Chicago shows that the ficit in the municipal treasury amounts gressman to represent 33,000 peoplo is a of $1,000,000, f rce and an imposition on the rest of to nearly $3,000,000 instead as at first estimated. the country Ed Collins, aged 24, living near Mr. Martin, of stepped into the dinning room Tub new Senator-elect- , Virginia, is described as a very hand-Bo- Christmas morning while his parents and wealthy bachelor, who is as were at breakfast exclaiming "Goodby diffident in the presenco of ladies as a to you all!" and shot himself through school-boy- . After he has been ut Wash- tho body, inflicting a fatal wound. ington a lew days and been pulled and The contract for the building of GO hauled around by the fly women who miles of railroad to connect the coal fields buzz around Congressmen he will get of Pike county with the Big Sandy at over his diffidence, but he will have less White Hall, has been awarded. Du respect for women in general. luth, Mich., parties are the principals in the improvement and the roud will cost A lakqe number of papers observed 5000,000. custom" of omitting the While celebrating Christmas night an issue Christmas week and so far as at Paducah, Wm. Russell had his eyes we have been able to discover, they have put out; Charles Root his face and hands not been missed. It has been dull ev- badly burned, Ulner Givens was shot erywhere and the papers which have through the leg and Robert Miller rehad the temerity to issue have contained ceived fatal injuries by the explosion of nothing to show that there was any ne- a toy cannon. cessity for tho expenditure of time and Counterfeit aluminum dimes have money. appeared at Cincinnati. It is the first Tbk Louisville Times' Christmas num- experiment, bo far as known, in tho use ber saw them all and weDt thera several of this metal for counterfeiting, and it better. It contained 12 large pages of makes a dangerous imitation of silver, excellent matter and was a model and the difference in weight being the only modern newspaper in every respect. means of detection without a careful inWith such men as John Haldeman, spection. Logan and Robert V. Brown at the Tho republican majority of tho helm, it is little wonder that tho Times ways and means committee makes a genis like Eclipse in tho race. eral argument Hgainst tho bill in tho usual republican vein, and then analyzes It is very probablo that Hon. A. J. tho different schedules, and considers Carroll, of the Louisville Times, will be their probab'e effect upon industries and for the speakership of given a walk-ovrevenues. The change from specific to the House, an honor as seldom accorded ad valorem duties is condemned. as it will be worthily bestowed. "ToTho N. O. Nelson Manufacturing ny" is n man of affairs, experience and Company of St. Louis, which cut the wabrains and will make a capital "Mr ges of its 500 employes 23 per cent, last Speaker." summer, gladdened their hearts by annow tho fad to kill mayors. May- nouncing that it would not only restoro It is or Vandoveer thinks he is too old to kill, wages on January 17, but on that dato but the incoming mayor, Dr. S. G. Hook- would return in cash to each employe er, will furnish a nice target for some tho full amount lost by tho reduction. Sampson Getholtz, a Pennsylvania crank. farmer, thought to surprise his family on During'1893 railroads with a mileage sliding down tho old of 32,878 have gone into the hands of Christmas eve by fashioned ceimnoy and impersonating receivers. two-inc- h d threo-year-ol- d g but-40,00- rode onds. Charles J. Fleming, of Midway, has been appointed Revenue Agent for Kentucky. Presley Simpson, aged 98, died in Bourbon. Ho was born in Fairfax county. Va. Threo men wero run over and killed by a train while they were walking on the track near Greensburg, Pa. Saunders, of Hamilton, Ohio, aged 75, walked 25 miles on Christmas day as the result of a wager. Mrs. Frank Roadson, of Abilene, Kansas, committed suicide by driving a nail into the top of her head. A crank named Schwartz wont into Mayor Tyler's ofllco in Louisville and attempted to assassinate him. He was arrested. A fiendish mob throw Sloan Allen into tho lire threo times in Holmes county, Miss , in order to elicit a confession from him. 20 Ex-May- tho New' York bicyclist, miles in 58 minutes and 44 sec- or Santa Claus. In the centre of tho chimney ho stuck fast, and after much delay was hauled out with a rope. The children will Bay it served,thoimpo8ter right. Among the proposed novel exhibits at tho coming Midwintor Fair in San Francisco is a mammoth Scales of Justice, designed by Edward M.Greeno. Tho fk'uroofJii8ticoisl50feet high ana the cross beam of tho scales sho holds in her hand is 300 feet long. Eich scale is a car capable of holding 50 people, who may be carried to a height of 2SS feet. The whole arrangement is to bo manipulated by machinery placed beueath the baso of R. - ZIMMER. WE WILL SLASH RIGHT Dealer In S LEFT Groceries, Candies, Fruits, Fancy Goods, &c. Desires to thank you for your pa- In Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, &c In order, that those who buy such goods for xmas presents May get the benefit of the low prices and that those who wear may get the use of them when they arc most needed, VVc will offer any goods in our house at half price. the flattie. CHURCH ThoLouisvillc Store's ClearingSale re-ech- oed AFFAIRS. Tho Baptist Theological Seminary Louisville, has 272 students. Eld. George Darsie has received his 17th annual call to tho pastorate of the Christian church at Frankfort. Rev. O. E. Murray, pastor of the South End Baptist church in Chicago, was burned in effigy becaueo he made a vigorous attack on tho gamblers of that city. The first pastor of tho Wnrren-an ue Church, Boston, which celebrated its 150th anniversary last week, got n salary of $0 a month and 15 cords of wood por annum. John D. Rockefeller's Christmas gift to the Chicago University isanother contribution of $500,000, increasing tho amount of his gifts to this school to about f4.G00.000. The Presbyterian Theological Seminary of tho Pacific will receive the greater part of the estate of the lute Alex an der Montgomery, of San Francisco, estimated at $3,000,000. Rev. Ben Helm will hold memorial Bervices at McKendree church Sunday in commemoration of Rev. R. II. Caldwell, who for bo many years served a fifth Sunday congregation at that place. The Benson M. E. Church, South, in at Harrison county, held a meeting in resulting in 70 additions and 75 hall, conversions. Rev Uenton, tho pastor, was assisted by Revs. W. W. Green aud J. S. Walker. Dr. Chapman, who held a revival at Georgetown, is now in Detroit holding a wonderful meeting. More than 2,100 persons openlv professed conversion, and full 10,000 mora asked for prayer-the first six weeks. To the deep regret of the entire community Rev. W. A. Slaymaker has decided to accept the call of the Berkeley, Vn., Presbyterian church, and with his excellent family will leave for his new charge early iu January. Mr. is loth to leave the church here but there nre sundry inducements offered which ho could not ignore. Ho has done good work hero and is greatly beloved by all of our people. The church at Berkeley is young and flourishing and Mr. Slaymaker'a future is very promts-FAR-K-l- Is taking place in December instead of January. This is an opportunity to" procure high grade goods at the lowest possible price. What they all say of us ? You hear it on every comer; you hear it in every tronage during the year which is home. The name of the LOUISVILLE STORK and realmost gone and asks a continu- echoed, and where there is so much talk there must be a good cause ance during the coming year. for it. When Hungry try one of his IP1P SL'JMj1 All-Wo- Knee Pants 25c, worth 50c Children's Suits (worth double the money) 75c, $1 and Si. 25 Children's Overcoats 51.25 and Si. 50, worth $2.50 and ;3 Jeans Pants 75c and $1, worth $1.25 and Si. 50 And you will certainly go back Men's Suits $., worth $g Men's Overcoats $350, worth SS and try him again. 25CTS MEALS rami ol QVARTEUI.Y REPORT FARMERS BANK & TRUST 00. ij, 189. AT STANFORD, At the close of business Dec. RESOURCllS. Loan anil Discounts .. .. $301,311 03 . Oterilraft ........ 3,117 35 Due IramNational IlinVi, ........ 31.194 07 Due lrom other ...... 1,51199 limiting house and S.joo e Slocks and Bonds... jjo 00 Specie 11,100 40 ..., Currency 7,Ji 00 ........ ............ Tairn paid .. 714 93 .... C Good Working Shirts 25c, worth it Men's good Canton, Flannel Drawers 25c, worth LIAIUMT1ES. A handsome'line of Men's Handkerchiefs at 5c, worth double Capital deck paid in, in eaih T. Joa,ooe o ....... .................. n,Oi 00 money. Surplus '. 8,63 74 Undivided profits Men's Unlaundcrcd Shirts 35c, worth Deposits luVject to check, on whlih 20c and 35c, worth .joe to ........ U(,5i 10 Neck Tics is not paid) Intereit $jM,j ,.. Due to Nat. banks. ... Due State Hanks and Hankers 3,160 oS .. itrent txpernet I'jrnlture and Fixtures.................., .. .... .... HnV........ Lt....., ............ ....... .... Infant Shoes 20c, worth 40c Children's Shoes and 75c, worth Stand 1.25 50c Ladies' line Dongola Patent Tip Sii worth $2 Ladies' Calf and Goat Shoes, warranted all solid Si, worth Si. 75 Men's Shoes, all'solid Si, worth $2 Men's Calf Shoes 1.50, worth 2.50 Men's Hand-SeweFrench Calf, every pair warranted S2, worth $4 d ...... 4I1 41 Sao co Gents Furnishing Goods 50c 50c the , ... ... i,ito $316,316 ot 18 I, John n Owsley do swear mat the above statement l true to the best of tnr knnwlvdeoaud belief. J. H. OWsLEV, Cashier. Sworn ta before me by J. II. Owsley, this Dec. '.V. M. HRIOHT, N. P. L. C , 18.13. 50c 60c Cclluloid"Collars 10c, worth 25c Celluloid Cuffs 20c, worth .Oc Laundered Dress Shirts 50c and 75, worth Si and 1,25 Silk Handkerchiefs and Mufflers at your own price i;3. REPORT OF TUB CONDITION Dry Goods and Notions. Choice of all wool Dress Goods that were Bargains at 50c will be sold Slay-mak- er 3.176 6a Overdrafts, secured and unsecured...... IT. S. Ilends to secure Circulation 50,000 00 Stocks, securities, claims, etc......... 14,39 "' AND TRADE ITEMS. Iltnklns-hous- e, 9,150 co furniture and fixtures, . Due from approved rosortc nijonts J.7AI 04 W. E. Anion bought of Palmer a lot Due fiom other National Hanks . 4,813 35 of fat hogs at 5c. 66 53 Due from Sute Hanks and Hankers...... 1,9a; 14 E. B. Beazley sold to Adam Pence a Checks and other cash items Notes ot other Sat. Hanks.......... 3,35000 lot of hogs at 4 J. Fractional paper currency, nickels and George Pulli.un sold to Robinson 1,403 5 cents . 4,173 ! Bros, a pair of mules for $225. Specie ,.. 3417 00 John Anderson bought of Alexan- (.Cal lender notes Due from U.S. Treasurer, other than cattlo at 2jc. der Bros, a lot of fat 00 5 per cent rtslemptian fund....... in this sale lor 35c THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Choice ol all colors of best half wool Dress Goods at. ..20c, worth 35c AT STANFORD, Amos kag and Lancaster Ginghams, warranted not to fade, at 5c, In the Slate of Kentucky, at the close of business worth Sjc. Dec. 19, 1893. An elegant line of Dress Ginghams at 74c, worth 12 4 RESOURCES. Leans and discounts $'J',?li " Flannels and Canton Flauncls at your own price. Blankets and Comforts Will be sold for half their former price. Three spools of Clark's Thread for 10c; 4 papers Pins for 5c. Ladies' good Vests at 20c, worth 35c. And all our Calicoes, such as Simpson's Macks, Indigo IHues, Turkey Reds and all other best brands at 5c. Remember that we have the largest stock of I t Har-rodsbur- me "time-honore- d Km-me- lt er Monroe Hickman sold to Elijah Total .to7.IM 9' Spoonamore a lot of shoats at 4jc. LiAiaunus. Feedstuff sold for cash only, do not .. Capital stock ....$s,eeo eo ask for credit and bo refused. J. H. Surplus fund . , oe Baughman & Co. Undivided profit, less expenses and taxes paid S.57J Tho tobacco sales in Louisvillo in ........ 45,001 00 1893 were 137.0SS hogsheads, 20,441 less National Hank Notes SHitttamlmi;. Individual deposits subject to check,... 91,151 01 than in 1992, owing to tho short crop. 6,894 3) Due to other National Hanks The races at Mexico have proved a Due to State Hanks and Hankers i.Jw 39 3,733 33 failure and Col. Clarke has como ma rob- Notes and bill rediscounts 100 00 ing hack to Louisville, relinquishing tho Liabilities other than those above s'ajed $100 a day as judge. Total 377.34 9' Wakefield, of Boyle, bought of A, STATE OF KENTUCKY, ' ) County of Lincoln. E. Hundley three milk cows one at $30 above I, John J McRoborts, and two at $35. He also bought of Jack IUnk, do solemnly swuur cashier ofthe abovenamed state, t li.il that mentis true to the bst of my knoww);c and bo Bosley one for $37 50. lief. JOHN JMcROllERTS Cashier. Capt. J. L. Shallcross' stable at AnSubscribed and sworn to before me this S day G It. COOPKK.C. L. C. C. chorage burned with 128 thoroughbred of Dec, 1893. J S. Hockrh, y Jersey cows and 30 fine horses, loss $50,- Directors. I. W. Kayukm, W A. Tkiuulk, J Among tho Jerseys was a $1,000 000 bull. REPORT OP THE CONDITION Moro than 50.000,000 pounds of chewing tobacco are made every year in THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE. St. Louis, which claims to bo tho great of Kentucky, at the close of business est manufacturing centre of tobacco in In the Stato Dee. 19, 1893. the world. RESOURCES. At the Winchester court Monday, a ?101 061 96 lot of smooth 1 000 lb. steers bromrht 3 Loans and discounts a,o43 31 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. cts.; steers weighing S50 to 950 lbs., 2 to 11,50000 US. Ilonds to secure circulation 3 cU.; lighter ones, 2J t( 2J cts.; 000 to Due from approved reserve agent 0,846 4 3,67a 85 7001b., heifers, 2Ho 2J cts. Due from other National Hanks. 3,085 39 A small crowd attended court at Dne from State Hanks and Bankers Tuesday and little or no busi- H.tnkin;.house, furniture and fixtures. i,518 J o Lancaster 34 Checks and other cash items ness was dono. No cattlo wero on tho Notes ofother Nat. Hanks 3 S70 00 market and no public sales of any kind Fractional paper currency, nickels and 8 40 cents were made. A few plug horses changed Specie tt,495 00 17 to $38. hands privately at f Legal tender notes 1,000 co Kell Ronaker has shipped this fall Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer 103.187 pounds of dressed turkeys, or 50 5 per cent of circntation about 15,00) in number; for these ho Total. $iJo,57 piid the women of this county for LIABILITIES. tuoy were all bought in Clark county Sje.000 00 Capital stock paid iu Surplus fund... 15,000 00 about $13,500. Winchester Democrat. Sixtv-liv- o aud a half million pounds Undivided profits, less expenses and 6,459 3 taxes paid of fruit wero shipped from San Joee, National Hank notes outstanding ','jo 00 Cal., during tho season just ended. UI Individual deposits subject to check..,.., 65,453 S6 3 199 01 this amount 28 039,520 pounds were Due toother National Hanks. 31096 prunes, an illustration of tho romarkahlo Due to State Hanks and Hankers of prune growing in tho past Total increase , $190,573 96 I. J. W. locker, Cashier of the above named few years. Eight million pounds of Uartlett pears were among the shipment. Hank, do solemnly iwcar that the above statement 1 ") if than our competitors can buy them for. As we will be invoicing immediately alter the Holidays, we have concluded to close out most of the stock, and it must go no matter what it brings. Which will be sold for less money I1 "! ir s V PCS J ?) LOUISVILLE : STAlTFORrD, STORE, K"Z"., A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors. T. D. RANEY, Manager. FARRIS & HARDIN, Have open and ready for your inspection anjmmcnsc assortment of Holiday Goods, And you are cordially invited to call and sec them while the stock is unbroken. f ji AUCTION 1894, a nice ! It is I will offer at public auction at my store in Ilustonville, Kentucky, on TUESDAY, JAN. 9TH, line of General Merchandise of every description. the 1 Is true to the beat of my knowledge and belief. see if you don't owe the Interior Journal something and bo sure to pay it if you do. In making out your list of accounts to b9 paid Jan. 1st, stop just a moment and J.W. HOCKEK, Cash.er. CHANCE OF YOUR LIFE To secure goods at your own price. I am going to move and must reduce my stock. Remember the day and date. Subscribed and sworn to before me. this 33rd day ol Dec, l8j3. J. H. IIOCKER, N. P. L. C. Kdwd. Alcokn, ) Directors. T.J. KoiiiNso.v, II. Uxown, J JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. ?&& "& iiA''ber--j- r t a,;','! .'iifl-- - ', isi.-!.v..v- . -- i.'. V?3rTr I J'r, " ;"'"?"'" '" i f5JfT r- - 3ta -- P$" t'fTft"' ' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal JlANAGrlNG AHUSBAND DncEMiiKit 29, 1893 A CALLING HIM DOWN. JAMES It a Candidate V. GIVEN S tub-je- 3 Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. 2ate of a I'lialtlve Sinn nml How He Wa for Countv'JudRe of Lincoln, to the action ol the Democracy. Stanfokd, Kv BRIGHT WOMAN'S VIEW QUESTION. OF THE llluiTcil. W. P. WALTON. Atmospheric Oijp, When Cuurtalilp Diiya Are (lnp "Ilio Wli la AliTii) Iliiblillm; Golden tillcnce Wlilpplni; Poet For tlm Crime of NbkijIiii; Oiui Snln f I'lctitrr. AVo-ini- in I' cures disease Without Medicine. JhiHois&WcM) Sq4 for CO a time "courtship love" was cleverly doflnetl, as "an insano Onco upon do-oir- o dv Ansonrnorr. 4tm A Jtrr. St.. LOUISVILLE, KY. COLE ULDO. N'lHVUlt, oh Biamhiomau, Tld. Ala. paga book fr. Covington, Ky. The Elctropcix)will cure many Mm el disease nothing tUe will. It has worked like Kev Ow, II. Meant, chirm In my Isroily. Testimonial. wbte li cerlilnljr a wonderful Int'rument nJ it it mor wondcilul at to how it dos It work, yet it do it. T. K. O llrini.y, (1 ha veteran plow manufacturer or the Sou'h.j LouliTille, Ky. With tha Elrctropone t hare ctirf.1 dripeptla, troiiiilo, lagrippe, hex ache constipation and toothache, bid coMi, rheumatism, nuislgi. ton ttlitii, colic anil piles. Tbe results are womlerful, chilli and fevtr I hive seen cured in 60 minute), K. II. I.jrlo. Churchill, Ky. r " II Iir TAKK THE,. VB 07MnHMUnMiMMVBIPNW-HLlOWSVIllt hlwAllAUT - ii v - CHiaCPfif - rms v'jj-- " THE POPULAR AND DIRECT t .. LINE TO . tMMwADOnmm roA.LN'h WEST ..And.. WORLD'S FAIR renwiSer tho Miwon in the Mine, with Veillbu 1 rraint, Dining Cart, l'aUce Chair I'jllmjn luff t lewatt rales. Cart, Far information aJdrwt IAS BAKKKK, O P. A , Chkaco. v c, ckimm n p a . nine VlMtnre, Siiri, i.-- i .IK YOU ARE GOING ok NORTH THK WEST, . LouitviLLc NaiHviuc n. n. It the line far you, at in Double Daily Train. MV clou conntrtlons at ' - LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all pointa. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. IIAOC, OK CHKCKKD THROUGH For any tnformallon jquire of JOES. KICK. Aitnt, Stanford, Ky Or W. W, I'ENN.Tra. I'ati Agent, Junction Cty, Ky CHESAPEAKE &. OHIO RAILWAY. Washington. Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, And all other Eastern Citlei. IN EFFECT NOV. i, iSji Shortett'.I.int between Louisville, Katlcrn I'omls. Lcsington and IGASrilOUNO. I.e. Luington 7 15am Atlantic Ktpreti No. n, daily ..., Mldltid Accommodation, No. 6. ex. Sun.11.40am 6.spm Etprett, No 24 daily Votlihuted Mt. Sterling Accoin , No. 18, ei. Suu.,. 5.30pm 3WE8T HOUND Arr. Leiintrton: Louisville Etprett No, at, dailw Lexington Accom. No ij, ex bun Veitibuled Exprett No: aj, daily L.tmcton Accoin , No. 17, ex Sun ...,.. 800am 0.40pm 1 15pm 0. 10pm but tranfert. Solid Veatibuled Train with Dining Cart. N Through Sleepers from Leiiugten without cbanire. (111, RYAN, II. W. FULLFR, Gen. Pax. Ant, Att't Geo. Paat.Agt., Wathingtou, I). C. Cincinnati. N K12:50 p m LEAVIC for Norfolk-Weste- rn B.R Schedule Nov, 19, i8;j ( Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Sleeping Cart (rom Roanoke to Norlallc alto from Lynchbur to Rich nond, Tralnt tor I'ocahontat, Powhatan and Goodn-wil- l leave lllufield daily at 6 ju a in, 1) j$ p m. Leave Ulucfietd 631am aud 900pm dally for Kenov4 mil Columbiit, O , Chicago aud all oointt Weil Pullman leepcr on 901 p m tram tor Co lumhut, vTralm arrive at Norton Iroin the Eait dally at 10 it F)r am. sr Information J forth at to lchrdulet, ratet Ac, apply to ajentt of Norfolk A Wettrrn Rail-oador NORTON DAILY Graham, llluefield, I'ocahontas W. 1I.1IKVILL, Gen, Patt. Agt Itoinoke, Va. M, F. BRAGG, Trav. Past. Aent. MERCURIAL KZataKa tlUCtod U BOYOl'O COSO of blood poison, Leadiugphyslclaua proscribed modiolno after inodlcino, which I took without any roliof. I also tried mercurial and potash roniodios, with unsuc- - Mr.J.O.Jono3,of Fulton, Ark.,eaysof KKKI "About ton years ago I con- - RHEUMATISM cos9?nl results, but which brought on an attack of morcurinl rheumatism thatg inado my llfo ono of ogony. After four yoars I gavo up all remedies und commonccd using 8. B. S. After taking sovoral bottles, I was entirely cured ond ablo to rosumo work. is tho greatest mediclno for on blood poisoning suf-orin- KKn aKyi tho raarkot." v to-da- y TrcatliO oa Hlootl anil Bktn Dlseasei mallad gwuTBrtxmo Co., Atlanta, Ua. Crec. to biipport 80H10 ono else's daughter." Perhupi uiarriud lovo might nieau tho jwnceful union of prejudices, customs and preferences. Wo all know it is liko gointj down a toboggan slitlo to inako a man fall in love. You can do it so quickly it takes your breath away, lint It is like tho up hill walk to keep him in that blissful condition there is a great deal of pnfllng and blowing alwut it. It is agreed that men marry for ho many reasonn, but in this day of indoiKmdent, Bolf bupporting women fow become wives who are not honestly in Ioto and who do not recognizo their capacity for making somo man happy. Thero aro two tilings men can stand-w- ork and appreciation. Tiioy are willing to do tho former for tho sako of tho latter. Mako n man think you thoroughly nppreciato his nilvor plated virtues anil you will bo Burprinvd how quickly ho dovolops into tho sterling article They can also tand a vust amount of aHection, but their capacity for being "let alono" in almost as great Men'e hearts are not built on tho ruimo generous plan as a woman's, and a little sweets go a long ways with thorn. Kemember to let them do tho wooing. Meet a man half way. For hometiinoH a manner will so freeze up the tiro of lovo that it will nover ignite at your command Make lovo n giuno, long enough to interest, but brought to a finish lxiforo ho hat timo to think he is tired of it all. Next to a cold dinner a man dislikes n garrulous woman. Uudorhtnnd the meaning of "goltlou Hilonco." Silonco is not porhaps brilliant, nut it is dignified and HimvUinus convincing. Know tho time to speiik. When a man returns at night, give him enrwses and consomme, ami wlmii ho loaves in tho morning make your menu of silenco and steak. Men begin to dibcnw tho question, "Is mar-ria- t a fnilurttf" when they find they huvo mnrnol a irteou of bisiuo instead of a hflpmeet in wiioso conijmnioiisliij) they fonanv hj much hniipineew. Convince a man that you know just a little lews than lie does aud ho will think ho has married an angel. Dut rw ollrct that a man would rather sit with llnnquo's ghost than with tho woman who iias improved him with her mental superiority if that woman is his wife. Whipping iKKts nro out of fashion, but if tiioy aro over sold at tho stores wo will buy ono to tio tho "nagging" woman to tho woman who finds fault with everything, from tho bhajw of a man's hood to tlie cpaco within it. Tlion thero is tho woman who takes tho utmost pleasure in telling a man's faults or failings to tho general public, lioforo long thero will bo cause for a divorce. If you do not respect your husband, no ono elso will. A man will forgivo a woman for not beiuga secoud Helen of Troy in point of beauty, or rival Aline, do btael as a wit, but he will nover forgivo you for not looking after tho little things in regard to ids comfort. Make your homo as attractivo as you can in every way. It is not ueconsary to have n worked motto in many huod worsteds that "cleanliness is next to godliness" in every room, but do have it engraved on tho tablet of your heart. Seo that your meals aro served with tho punctuality that will aisuro you respect from your husband and your cook. Convince him that you candrawclover jM'oplo about. As old Ben Jonsou onco said, "If a man would have fine guests, let 1dm huvo a fino wife." Let him think you can entertain any ono from a clerk to a congressman with equal tact. Wo often hear of somo dowdy looking woman who talks with a vocabulary of 200 words and is about fivo years behind hand in her dress and ideas complaining that bIio cannot keep her husband at homo; cigars and tho club nro her rivals. Perhaps 10 years ago you know her as a bright, lively girl of 20; always well groomed, happy in tho attentions of a devoted flnuco. As a consequence tiioy married. Neither understood tho other, and littlo by littlo they drifted apart, not understanding what tho obstacle was. Her household affairs proved an esquso for her inability to keep up her music, in spito of her husband's fondness for it. Day by day as she realized her husband did not notico what bIio woro, her dainty tasto in dress lecamo a thing of tho past. She never read, for her husband did not ilatter her by caring to know hor opinions. Feeling sho wns out of tho world, bho did not accept invitations of u social nature, aud consequently did not entertain. In a short spaco of timo sho was forgotten by tho majority of her ffriemls, Her only comfort in life is tho f ct sho is a devoted mother suroly amiauomor. Had sho given less timo to making; drawn work yokes for her babies and qent it with tiio latest magazines, houso cleaned twico instead of four times n yer, so ns to have been ablo to havo swept tho cobwebs from her brain, her lifo might bo different. Tho title of "dovoted mother" should not bo gained at tho risk of becoming an unattractivo wife, for sho owes a duty to her husband and society as well as hor children, aud is disloyal to all when sho allows herself to develop into a household drudge and nonentity. Tho "golden rulo" for letting the bonds of matrimony weigh as lightly as possible is to treat a man in tho samo manner as you did when you so successfully filled tho roloof sweetheart only better. This view is nil on side, no doubt, but then tho definition of woman's lovo is "surrender and service." iin, tete-n-tet- o Well down toward tho front end of tho smoking car sat four or fivo men, und ono of them was a man of gab. Not only that, but ho was a ositivo man nu nggressivo man a decided man. Ho Wan treo with his opinions and beliefs, and ono listening to him got tho idea that ho was tho sort of man who ho was dead right and was willing to put up his cash in defense of his opinion. Opposite mo sat a drummer for a Cincinnati house, and as 1 saw him looking over tho top of his paper nnd apparently trying to sizo tho man up I observed : "Don't you liko to meet with a positive man?" "Positive!" ho blurted out. "I can inako him tnko water in fivo minutes!" "Well, 1 don't know nbout that!" "Then I'll show you. Lend mo your handkorcldof, please. Now, if you will trust me, let mo tuko what email bills you have." Ho took his handkerchief nnd mine and mudo a "wad." Around it ho wrapped nbout 10 in greenbacks, nuking a roll of ImmxIIo which ho could hardly put into his ockot. Then ho nodded to mo and wo went forward and, after n minuto ho said to tho man of gab: "I have a littlo wager with my friend iiere. How many times did Abraham Lincoln servo as president?" "Two, of course," was tho roply. "Aro you positive?" "Certainly I nm." "Didn't ho servo three?" "No. sir. What's tho matter with you?" "Tho matter is I think ho served thrco terms, nnd I am willing to bet on it Como now, havo much havo you got that says ho only served two terms?" "How much? Why, man, I'll bet you a huudred to one." "Put 'or right up!" says tho drummer ns ho pulled out bin roll. "I don't want no such odds ns that: just Bay two or three to ono." "I don't want to rob you," roplied tho man of gab, with his hand in his pocket. "Pnt'erup! Hero's $1,000 to $2,000 that says vou'ro dead wron!" "I'll I'll take you oven for 500." "Put 'er up! Money talks!" howled tho drummer. "I say three terms, nnd here's the long green." "Why, iiimi, wo all know that" "Wo don't either! Yon My two terms, and I by three. I offered jou oven money, but I'll do letter. Here's 1,000 to $TOC. .Select your own btakeholdor." "It doen't seem as if I could bo mistaken," mnftcxl the iositivo man. "Put up. I say!" shouted tho drummer as he waved his boodle in the air. "I'll go you $1,(XK) to foOtf that he served thrco O. P. HUFFMAN Jailer, nubject to the action of the Democratic party, lie would appreciate your for It a candidate vote. Fall Session Tuesday, September An. Excellent boarding department. D. B. KING. 5U1 1893. JOHN M. JOHNSON It a Candiiate for Attettorof Lincoln county "ubiect to the actlor, ol the Democratic party. Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior counet In Literature, Music and Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. GEORGE B. PRFAVITT. bo-liov- cd J. It A. GIYENS tub-je- et la a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, to tho action of the Democratic party. KING & PRE WITT. MORELAND, KY., We have opened up a nice line ol DINK FARMER the democratic party. a candidate for Jailer, tubject o the action cf Dry M.F. ELKIN, Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, It a Candidate for Alienor, tubject to the action of tne democracy. jno. bright; It a Candidate for Alienor, aubject to of the Democratic party. f We arc daily recciving'our Fall Goods, which we are marking down lower than ever. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you 'jz&ii money. STWe arc openinglup a splendid line of Fall Millinery. tne action We have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. E. D. KENNEDY, la a candidate for re election to the office of Attestor, of Lincoln County, tubject to iction of tbe democratic party. Corn Wanted. , KTLTG S& FTEWXTT. V. L.DAWSON, It a cand dale for jailer, tubject". to the action of the democracy. THE JOHN BAILEY, It a candidate for jailer, subject the old JefTertonlan democracy. CINCINNATI "WEEKLY" NOW rCDMSIICI) tothe; action of WALLACE E. VARNON, ty Judge; tubject ty. It a GAZETTE A YEAR. candidate for the office of Counto the action of democratic par JOHN B. MERSHON the Democracy. Twice-a-We- ek FOR It a Candidate for Jailer, tubject to the aetlon4of W. W. HAYS, the (kmociacy- - It a candidate tor ailer, tubject to the 'action CI O.VU Hl.NDltLID PETER HAMPTON, I a candidate for jailer, tubject to tbe. action the democracy. 01 SAM M. OWENS, U a candidate to. Sheriff of Lincoln county, tubject to the action l tne democratic i nirary. The iintiiilitrlf)- - uf Uic Gazette cxIviiiIn from Orenn l Oeenn. From eiery part of the Gluhe Ilio nest Ih kIvcii In Hhape. Twelve Sixteen PiiKen a week will he iirlnted for S1.00 a Yeur. AdtlrehN rv-llnh- le AND FOLTl PAPEIIS A YEAH, Oil LESS TIIA.V 0.K CUNT l'EIl COPY. THE COMMERCIA- LCO. T. D. NEWLAND, ject to the action la e .GAZETTE tub- candidate for Sheriff of Linco'n courty, of the democratic prim ry. term!" - ' T. J. HATCHER to bo mistaken, you know, and perhaps G. W. it was three terms." Tho drummer .and I walked back and It a Candidate for Jailer, tubject o the action of sat down and lighted fresh cigars, and the Democracy, as ho returned mo my proporty ho said: "Yon ceo, you don't want to sizo a OF man up too quickly. Thero aro positivo men nnd thero aro men of gab. Thero aro aggressivo men and thero nro men of No 4. of brag. When yon can't toll tho differ- Oi Cleopatra Lodg. Friendship United Ilrothert of ence, try my way. When you shako n , Men lly These Prescntt, that Know All S. Reid, D. C Jackman, Abe Shanki, Scott big roll at a man, ono of two things will Kuckoer, Walker Sutton, Jamea Carpenter, Jerry hnppen. If ho's n positivo man, down Wade Frank Adklnt, Miller Hroadua, W. D.Tar-dilGreen Helm, John Helm, Hugh ilaker. John comes his cash. If ho's only n windmill Cook bmlth Embry, Wm, Jonet and Robt. Lytle, on logs, ho'll crawfish. I could havo all rctidentt of Lincoln county, Kentucky, herebluffed that chap over n stono wall with by attoctate ourselves together and become incorporated under the lawt of the State of Kentucky, a $10 bill." Detroit Freo Press. lor the purpotc hereinafter expressed and adopt It "Well, it may bo iossiblo, of courfo, aka Candidate fer Jailer of Lincoln county and hu friendt not to commit themselves to any oae else, at he it forced to ttay at home and work. but I'm ho sure of it that" Hit candidacy "Then put up! Hero's 1,000 to $200." ocratic party. it aubject to the action ot the Dem"I gueNJ I won't bet. Wo aro all hablo I 17 m H , DEBORD 23 90 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? T, tics-i- AU HU, lt: i Jo-te- btiBnatlto New ttiluv. tiunessttsrtMt IIuiUbiiU to Chaltauuuea,AUau, wr JotL.unrlllc, HorMa. Sjr; iBsvlniw.l that thoQneei ail Lc ami ar-'- n; Crrsfrnt find. Is 1J mi'ia iV,rte; lUnll.s ttmrteit Otuuuutl i Ilb- -I T, Uncle Joah Defeated. hawinill, stono crusher, road scrapor and LodReof the Order In its charitable undcrttkings. and todoauch things at come within tbe scope of stump puller. benevolence. Young Scribbler All right, Til soil charity andcorporation boing organtred for charita-biIV. The purposes only, it is to have no capital ttok or them. person who contributes to Lawyer Ho has provided against stockholders; but each of seven dollars shsll be the corporation the sum entitled toad the benefits that You cannot sell or oven rent deemed asomember andshall comply with the rules long as he as such, them. You must uso thorn yourself. of the corporation and pay such dues, fines and Young Scribbler Very well. I will. atsestmcnla as shall be made againit the members lrom nine to time for its support. Lawyer On tho old farm? V. The corporation shall commence from the Young Scribbler No. I'll writo n filing oltbese articles in the proper ofllce for recterminate it the expiration ot twenty piny nnd uso them on tho stago. Now ord and years fiv fiO York Weekly. VI. The affalrt of the corporation are to be cono Lawyer Well, myyouug friend, your Undo Josh determined that you should Krntucky. bo a farmer or got nothing from him. II, The general nature or the butinets to be be the giving ol aid to memberi Ho did not leavo you a cent of money, transacted shalldit tressed; the pio.ldingof fundi who ate tick or ho willed you his plow, cultivator, therefor and for the butial of the dead and the rebut membership are Indi lief mowing machine, thrusher, portublo gentof tnoneedy, and to gcuerally. v.who the Grand ith and the following articles of incorporatian, I. 1 ho name ol tbe corporation shall be Cleopatra Lodge, No. 43, ol the United lircthers of Friendship. II. The principal place of buiinen at Stanford, hhtltyrvtll. an I Lawrr nrchurp. direct cuuiietUuu 1. tu&J. at LxIiiWa with tH,ttl4 trUnj to Ul vlnu South. W. C. RIKEArtSOV, Gtn'l Pass'r Af cut, Ciaclsastl, O. SOLID VESTI3ULED TRAINS t. pint. Through Cars to Vlcksliirx stvI running trif!i tin tinclnnill t hnuiitlk ihiir c. Dlrwt Hue to Tiian4 Meilro via Ntw Orlpiniul or .kTlU, ;;. .i. Ask via fchreert. aenU atnttnuM l Ci!iftrnl. I'r.m l.oukTUW. ftll r f the atoTO Shreve-ur- ife QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. ONLY TEN CENTS EXTRA. To every person sending us the amount of one yearly subscription to the Interior Journal, together with ten cents extra, we will send ree a copy of The World Almanac for 1S94. Single copies may be ordered at ihe Interior Journal office for 25 cents. Not a Flatterer. Sho All of which only convinces me thnt you married mo for my monoy. He Well, it may not seem probablo, hut I honestly loved you. Life. A l'roior Introduction. "What is your lino of business?' whispered tho editor to a man ho was about to introduco to northern capitalists. "I liyuls furniture," huskily camo tho reply. "Here, gontlomon," continued tho editor, "is Mr. Jones, ono of tho moving spirits of our city." Atlanta Constitution. Mualo Defined. A nindoostani work on music says that "musio is tho painfully acquired art of speaking very loud in a shrill voice." How would Hindoostuni defino a hand organ? Augusta (Qa.) Chronicle. ducted by a Hoard of fivo 5! Directors, to be elected annually, from alid by the lawful memb'So( the corporation, at their first meeting in December of each year. And at the tame time there shall be elected a Mas'er, a Deputy Master, a Secretari and an Assistant Secretary and a Treasurer, nblch latt named omcert shall be the executive officers of the corporation, and shall fill the various chairs at the stated meetings, and ail of which officers shall hold office lor one year and until their successors arc elected and qualified. Tbe Treasurer shall be required to give bond for the talthful performance of duly, in such turn as shall be fixed by tha constitution and by lawt. The corporation shall at once fill said officei to hold tame until the election in December. The taid ollicers and Hoar- shall have such duties and powen as thall be assigned them by the rules a d to be adopted. VII. The pnvato property of the members Is to be exempt lrom corporate debts. VII. The Indebtedness of the corporation shall not exceed five tho 3 sand dollars. IX. The said corporation shall have perpetual succession, the right to sue and be sued in Its cor. porate name to have a common seat, to make contracts, to acquire property and transfer same at its pleasure as as a private Individual To establish and rules acd regulations for the government of its members and shall possess all the powers of a body corpora e. X The corporation shall have the right to represent members of the voceive as members the fro-- r which this is formed, luntary association, without the payment of the membership fee, as it succeeds to all of tbe property ot taid association In testimony whereaf, witness our signatures this aist day of November, 1S03. Abe Shanks, J. S. Reid, W M. Jonet, D. C Jackman, Scott lluckner, J.M. ilroidut, W. F. Atkins, I. M. Wade. Lilian) Fisher, Henry Salter, , Smith Embry, lohn Conk.Sr Wm. D.TardiT, Ir, Jamet Carpenter, Green Helm, Robert Lytle, Walker Sutton, John Helm, Hugh Baker, Green, Jamet by-laby-la- TS3CB V0RED JlhKlWlQ, AND ENCYCLOPEDIA FOR 1894. The Best Reference Book Printed. Everything up to Date and Complete. OVER ENDORSED 1300 tS. AND BY STATESMEN, EDUCATORS, STUDENTS EVERYWHERE. Has Reached Such a Stato of Porfoc-tlo- n That it Is a Veritable Encyclopaedia of Facts nnd Events, Brought Down to January First, 1804. Edition of 1894 has been prepared It will an extra force of editors. have a novel and attractive cover, wide mar-fcgins, new and improved binding; is printed on good paper, and contains more and better information than any book of a similar nature published. It is THE POSTED. M. J. ClULTOtf. Money an Kqunllior. Tbia netice forewarns hunters, fishermec and our lands without When you can buy a barrel of oranges others not to trespass onbe prosecuted to the per full ralsiion, as all tuih will as cheap as a barrel of apples you then est extentof the law. Signed: M. LACKOWirZ. know how much you liked tho apples. T. D. NEWLAND. Cincinnati Tribune. G. C LYON. FREDBAUMANN. R.L.WHITE. Only One. J. L.11KCK. C C. HALL Mickey Branigan says that his wife PETER HALMER. has only ono fault. Sho will swear when IS PHILLIPS. Bhe's drunk. Life. J. E. IIKUCE. AMERICA'S STANDARD YEAR BOOK. PRICE, postpaid by mail, 25 CENTS. o .tddrtsH 2'JJG 1 rOHJM, JVic York City. ' '.fy' " r.Tii ?w -- - ''A&&..l' fite. IN DIXIE'S LAND BEFORE THE WAR. I"V 3. FRAKSLIK FITTS. fro D8 coisTnrcEo. CIIAPTEHXX1. in successful operation tho initiative of the plan of cscapo that ho had devised. A little after midnight Coralio and I wcro in a carriage that had been brought by a roundabout plantation road some dlstanco nbovo tho house. Lo Fcvro took tho reins, and drovo rapidly toward Donaldsonville. lie had judged' rightly as to what tho occupation of Conrad Bostock and his boon companions was likely to bo on this night. A good account of their roystcrings, and of tho manner in which Coralio's flight was discovered, was afterward furnished to mo by one of tho negro women who listened in trepidation at the parlor door, anxious for some hint as to what was to become of herself and "tho people" of the plantation. Tho negroes had heard tho rumor that the "new maussa" intended to sell them all, and let tho plantation to some ono who could stock it; and Hess was endeavoring to sccuro early information of his real ixicnx AND rCRSUIT. In thcso concluding chapters of my narrative, many details must bo omitted. The stress and suspenso of the situation at which wo have now arrived In Its progress aro acting upon me somewhat as tho real scenes of thirty years ago affected me, and I must go rapidly forward to the close. It may therefore be said that tho skill and management of Lo Fevrc, with tho friendly aid of tho house servants, put i designs. Tho new proprietor had discovered tho repository of tho wine, and a dozen dusty bottles had been brought up. "When sufficient of their contents had been drunk to make the party merry, cards were produced, and gambling commenced. There seemed to be plenty pat money among them, and thogamo, Was continued with varying success till midnight, when Conrad was largely the winner. Tho bottle had circulated freely, and Oic depraved men were ready for anything that would yield new excitement. "Two thousand dollars against that girl!" Gardetto shouted. "Donel" said Bostock. Tho cards were dealt,' and tho others stood closo by the tablo to watch tho game. Gardetto lost. "Another chancel" ho demanded. "Yes," said the winner. This time Gardctte won. "Tho girl is mine!" ho shouted, l Tt "We'll play again," Conrad clamored. "O, no. I'm content. You've won to stop." enough, "You'll play again, tho girl against two thousand dollars, or you'll fight!" the other insisted. Both were inflamed with wine, and tho excitement of gaming, which is greater than that of wine. Pistols were drawn, and one or both would have fallen; but at this moment their companions intervened and persuaded Gardctte, for the sake of peace, to consent to one more game. It was played with the same stakes. Gardetto lost. With an oath, he swallowed another glass, and said: "This is a good deal like a farce", Con. Here we've been playing for the girl for tho last hour, nnd as tho gamo turns, you'll keep her. But supposo I'd won at the end?" "Then you'd take her." "Maybe von couldn't deliver her." "Why not?" "I don't know; I'm only talking. But 1 happened to think, while tho game was going on, and it was doubtful who'd bo her master, what a silly lot we were to be playing for something that none of us might ever set eyes on again." "Xow, Gardette, what tho devil d'ye to-nig- mean?" "Only a suspicion; that's all. Hero you shut yourself up with your friends and enjoyyoursclf half the night, leaving that overbeer and that young chap with him to kick up all kinds of deviltry with vour long-heade- d hot-blood- ed people. Vou'ro a nice man to run a plantation, aint you? You haven't even asked where they've gone, or whether they've gone at all or not. There's been time and chance enough for them to run all your niggers to the swamps." "They wouldn't dare. They could never hide 'em, and " "Hadn't you better look for yourself?" said Gardette, with a sneer. Conrad Bostock, irritated but not npprehensive, started for the door and flung it open. Bess tried to get away, but ho sprang after her and seized her by tho arm. "What aro you doing here, you wench?" ho demanded, shaking her by the shoulder. "Nothing, maussa." "Where's tho overseer, and that young fellow?" The woman hesitated. "Aha!" said Gardette. "Tell me, you black scarecrow or I'll cut your heart out!" "Dey done gone to Don'son," screamed the frightened woman. "How long ago?" ''Bout an hour, maussa." "Who went with them?" or I'll cut your throat!" One of the men handed him a knife. Tho woman cried and begged. "Tell me the truth, then, or you With an oath the Infuriate; master flung the woman off, and rushrd for the stables, followed by his com panions. Everything on wheels was hopelessly disabled. .:!- "O maussa " "Tell, you wench die!" "Missy Coral went wiv 'cm. all goin' to do nawf." Dey'ro "Hundred and eighty and everything redhot and groaning. Duiino and saw tho steamer plowing her how much more she'll bear." "We've got to find out!" yelled bnck "ONE IirXTJllKD DOLLARS TO PUT US course far up the river. Tho very air ASHORE," I SHOUTED. might havo turned bluo with his the captain. "Keep the water buckets ready to drown tho furnace when curses. we've passed her by a mile or so, and on deck, faint with tho living misery CHAPTER XXIL crack on the steam. Pile It up, I tell of tho scene. Tho l'ronttss was overcrowded ami it THE GLAUIATOKS 01" THE MISSISSIPPI. you!" The Cotton Queen was behind tlmo the terrific impulse of a head was difficult to move about. But Under at Donnldsonville, and the hours that of steam which no man would have or- quickly my attention was arrested by we waited there were torturing ones. dered but a lunatic or tho captain of the fact that wo wero moving with tho What would have happened had pur- a Mississippi river steamer in n race, current. "How Is this?" I asked of a man suit overtaken us before the boat the Queen literally at her rival. came is r matter of certainty with me! The loss in distance was made up, was whoso hair and eyebrows were singed. I had found an opportunity to arm my- doubled. The captain, leaning far out "Wo'ro not going down strenm?" self. Lo Fcvro did the same. Wo ex- in the effort to better observe tho gain "That's what we are doing." My heart sank within mo. changed significant looks but no of his boat, heard again tho hoarse words. There was no need of words. murmur of tho tube from tho cnglno "What's this for?" We had already earned a term of im"It's all right. VoVe much nenrer room. to Baton Kongo than to Vlcksburg, prisonment, nnd wo and our fair "What Is It?" charge were not now to be captured "The pine is tised up nnd tho cj'press there's only one doctor aboard, and no opiates, and tho enptain of this boat without bloodshed. don't burn well." Aboard the Queen, and she rapidly a hundred hams and decided that he must get thoso ioor "There's putting miles of the wide and crooked shoulders for'ard that belong to those wrotches below to a place whero they river between us nnd pursuit, our Baton Rouge passengers. Tell tho can bo cared for, as quickly as possible. spirits rose. Wo did not then know niggers to get 'em and chuck 'cm in. I need the doctor myself, nnd I got off pretty well, too. You. was on tho how nnrrow was our escape at that If the boat won't pay, I will." point. We got our breakfast with a Queen pulled up on tho Queen, wasn't you?" Steadily tho I rushed along tho decks, fa If crowd of passengers, cheered up Coralio Prentiss, her ofllccrs almost coming to and, bringing her again on deck, en- blows with some of tho passengers in demanding to sco tho captain. joyed with her the glorious panorama. the effort to keep more of them amid- Ho was overwhelmed with caro and Wo passed Plaquimlno without stop- ships. The leading boat was quivering responsibility; but when I found him ping. Lo Fevre Inquired of the cap- and vibrating nnd her pipes belched he did listen to mo for an instant. tain, and learned that there was to bo forth a pall of smoke so black that it "Captain, put us nshoie Coralio and no stop until the boat reached Baton needed not the smell that camo from it myself," I cried. "Wo can't go back Rouge. to show that it camo from burning to Baton Rougo." Ho stared at me. "Do you stop there?" turpentine. Tho Queen drew on, and "Of course. All the boats do." ."Ono hundred dollars to put us from her bow tho officers of the This intelligence made us uneasy, Prentiss were seen driving some of tho ashore!" I shouted. and we were consulting together about people from her stern. Both captains "Tako caro of him," said the captain, what we should do to avoid the deten- frantically shouted for moro steam. turning away. "He's been crazed by tion that wo had reason to fear had Tho bow of tho pursuing boat was the accident." I wandered through the crowd, been prepared by telegraph for us, past tho stern of tho other. Foot by when the most unexpected chance fa- foot sho gained. Her bow reached pleading with every man whoso atvored us. tho paddle box. A prolonged, exultant tention I could get that we might bo I stop at this point, to say that tho cheer arose from her decks. Yells of landed quickly. Some looked comoccurrences narrated in this chapter defiance came from the Prentiss. Fists passionately; others avoided me. One camo inninly under my own observawcro shaken over tho rails. A Babel of of tho officers told me to keep quiet, or tion. The minor ones that I did not human voices arose. ho would lock me up in his cabin. personally sec and hear were afterIt was too cruel to believe. On tho But these and all other sounds wcro wards told to mo by those who did sec swallowed by a roar that seemed to way to freedom nnd safety, just esand hear them. shako tho heavens, mingled with a ter- caped from the jaws of death, at tho The day wore on; the boat was with- rific and prolonged rush of escaping last moment wo wero turned back to A call steam. in a mile of Baton Rouge. The smoko pipes of tho Queen certain bondage. For me, tho bonds of from tho pilot's speaking tube brought tottered and fell with a crash on tho prison; for her, the bonds of a living the captain up into the pilot house. deck forward; the steam flooded every- death! I leaned over tho rail, restrained "What's up, Doblln?" thing to the bows; n bright glaro shot up "Look up the river," said the pilot, amidships, and tho poor rent, ruined, only by the thought of her from flingwith both hands on the wheel. burning Queen drifted down with tho ing myself into the dark, turbulent waters. The captain shaded his eyes with his current, her decks ringing with the Was there no escape? No hiding on hand, nnd looked. shrieks of dozens of victims, "Seems to be a largo steamboat put- while the river was black with others tho boat? No. Tho quest would be as thorough ting out from Baton Rouge." who leaped overboard. "Take tho glass, sir." Tho Prentiss was put nbout, and as eager. We were doomed! Ono look through tho glass and tho every effort was mado to save tho pascaptain threw it down, fairly jumping sengers and crew of her luckless rivaL with excitement Her boats picked up many of tho This SaJIIY'b QUKKHV Til iMIkhi-Ol.l- j ! Why, wretches who btruggled In tho wnter; bHiitilul foiij (words hikI inline reyulnr "The S. S. Prentiss, by she left New Orleans twelve hours maliy moro wero drowned. Bodies theft music siz-- wil' ht iu;iiltl to any ahead of us." were found floating miles below, tho cneericloHHittoV ifHtii'! to I) f. Ed AiMiit, (J II "She's been waiting for us," said next dnj; somo with arms or legs bit- wanl". the pilot, quietly. by alligators. Tho Queen & D. R. It.. Cincinnati, ,OUn ten off "She has not waited for nothing, grounded on a point two miles down Bucklin'B Arnica Salvo. then. I've heard of their brags from St. from tho place of tho explosion. Many The beat wive In the worM tor cun, bruitcs do with of those whp wero fortunate enough to toret, ulceri, salt rheum, fever tores, tetter , chipLouis down nbout what they'd erup all tho Queen when they had a chance. By bo uft of tho engine escaped to tho ped handt, chilblains corni and do skin requirpay tlOQiand positively cures piles, or show 'em! bhorc; others wero burned nllvo as ed. It U guaranteed to satisfaction . perfect tho Lord Harry, we'll Here's almost a straight course to Port they lay mangled and scnldcd. Two or money refunded. I'nce 5 etnu per box tale by A. R. PennvStantord. Ky. human beings Kor Hudson bluffs, and no chutes or hundred nnd thirty-nin- e r than a For a sore throat there it nothlni; I'll beat 'era or go to the bot- killed or dreadfully hurt was the price ranpentd with Chamberlain tom!" paid for the effort to determine which flannel bandage will uearly always effect a cure In Palu Halm. It He rang the engineer's bell for more of thcso boats was tho faster. one night's time. This remedy is alto a favorite or iheumatism and has curei' maoy severe cites. steam. Presently tho black smoko bejoe bottles for sale by W. II. Mctfoberte, Drug, lofty stacks in gan to pour from tho CHAITElt XXIIL gl.t. Stanford. brought clouds. Tho speaklng-tub- o TTJUNKD SACK ritOM EDEN. who was slegping up tho night-pilo- t, While the steamboats wcro flying up in his berth. Tho two men at tho tho river, ami all aboard seemed to DO YOU EXPECT wheel kept their eyes fixed on the share in tho madness of tho time, the A ready to cool head of Lo Fcvre kept its balance. TO BECOME glass front of tho take any advantage offered by the cur- He took Coralio and mo by tho nrras MOTHER ? rent or the curves of the shore. and hurried us as far astern as possible. "Wo aro rushing on to destruction," Tho speed of tho Queen was visibly increased. Tho vibration of her pow- he said. "I know something of this erful engines could bo felt in every boat; her boilers can never carry tho part of her. Tho puff of tho pipes and steam that they aro crowding them the fierce churning of tho paddles min- with. Remain here; thte Is tho safest gled in a steady sound. ploce on board. I will go forward and Baton Rougo was passed, many peo- worn them." MIKfE 17HIID BIRTH EASY. Wo being! Brave, grcat-soule- d ple standing on tho shore and waving Auists Nature, Letsens Danger, aad Shortens Labor. their hats and cheering. Somo of tho never saw him more. Even at this dis"My wlfo suffered more In ten minute passengers clamored up to tho captain tance of tlmo tears fill my eyes as I than she did all that they must get off hero, and that writo, at tho thought of his courage with her other childrenafter havine used they had freight aboard that was to bo and devotion. Ono of tho survivors together with ber last, afterward told mo that ho saw him four bottles of MOTHER'S FKIENJD." delivered here. ays a customer. "You and j'our freight bo d d!" shouting ond gesticulating toward tho Henderson Dalh, Druggist, Canni, III. but that, in tho roar of roared the captain, leaning out of tho Sent by express on receipt of price, tlfiO per bot "Do you think tho Queen voices, his was not heeded. Then tie. Hook "To Mothers ,f mailed tree. is going to stop a race that wo'vo tried camo tho catastrophe, and the curtain BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., ) for mon'hs to get to oblige you?" falls forever on that unselfish life. A. ATLANTA KIIAlItVAUDftUMMTI. of other passecfMN The tears that were denied us in th Hundreds "TELL 3IE THE TRUTH OK YOU DIE!" da-shed . bows wcro so crowded that somo of the boat's officers camo und .ordered half of tho pcoplo back, that tho boat might not scttlo too much by tho head. Thousands of dollars were wagered on cane." "Go catch them quick." tho length of tlmo beforo the Queen "I'll try, maussa but do night would pass her rival. A few disloyal dark, an' it takes long tlmo to find folks, whowero willing to bet that sho would not pass at all, had the chance 'em." With n blow of his fist, the enraged promptly offered them to take ten to master knocked the unoffending negro one. Beforo tho contest was deterngninst the side of tho stable, and re- mined tho Baton Rougo men wcro as turned to tho house for a consultation crazy with excitement as anyone "We're gaining a little," said tho with his friends. It was agreed that nothing better could bo dono than to captain. wait for tho morning boat up tho "Precious llttlo," said Pilot Dobbin. Again the speaking-tube- . bayou. Three hours after daylight they wcro "How much steam Is on?" at Donaldsonville. Jumping ashore, "Hundred nnd fifty," camo back in a they learned that tho Cotton Queen, an sepulchral tone. hour late, had left twenty minutes be"Pile her on! Stick her up to seventy-fifore. ve." "Kun to tho telegraph ofllce, Gar"She'll stand that," said Doblln, otto dette," cried Bostock. "Send full par- voe, as tho four hands mado half a ticulars to the ofllccrs nt Baton Rouge, dozen rapid turns of tho wheel, and and tell them to arrest and detain tho tho bows took an ncuto angle for tho party. Sign my name." farther shore. Ho wont out himself to tho low bank "Sho'll havo to carry more than that beforo sho catches that flyer ahead," said tho other. To tho feverish passengers who wcro watching tho leading boat, tho interval between them seemed tho same for hours. It was in fact very slowly closing. Tho was reduced to a quarter. At a speed ngalnst tho current that caused tho Immense boat to tremblo In every fiber, foot by foot, yard by yard, sho gained on her rival. Tho mass of fnecs at her stern could bo separated nnd almost counted with tho naked eye. Then tho Prentiss took n sudden spurt, and a cheer from her crowded decks showed that sho was increasing her lead. Tho captain of the Queen raged and shook round tho his fist nt tho other boat. .Wtwl.t - h'ps&w 7w vi'iiS "What steam?" ho shouted down Hr: VZ" VVIf 'SI- kUl"!!!il through the pipe. "" VP "Who did this?" ho thundered, to tho trembling negro in charga. "Maussa Lo Fcvre, sail. I begged him not but ho dono would do it." "Where's the other horses and tho mules?" "Ho dono turn 'era all outcn do laughed, cheered and applauded. Tho excitement of tho contest bad by this time spread all through tho boat. Tho H' IV- frightful scenes that followed havo Co sinco fallon enpiously to his memory. no saved us, but ho could not save or STANORD, KY., himself. His foresight as to tho direction nnd effect of the explosion had Is now fully organised and ready for business wil placed us in comparative safety at tho stern, nnd wo wcro among thoso who Paid up Oapitallof - - $200,000 were able to cscapo to tho nhoro whero Surplus, . tho drifting wreck grounded on tho point, stern foremost. Ono of the boats SUCCESSOR to THR LINCOLN NATIONAI RANK. OK STANFORD, of tho Prontiss took us aboard of that Now closing up) with the same assets and under Bteamor, with about two hundred who the same management. wcro saved from more serious injury Ily provisions of Its chatter, depotitora are a. fully protected at ate depositors in Nationa than n wetting in tho Mississippi. Hsnks, Slnco tho days of her who was "last liaole to Its shareholders being held Individually the extent of the amount of their ttocl nt tho cross nnd earliest at tho grave," therein at the parInvalue thereot, in addition to th acta amount invetted such tharet. It woman has been known as a minister- executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, mayfully a at ing angel of mercy ami comfort; and tn individual, bulsincss to To now Coralio, unused by hnblt or ex- while those who entrusted theirNational Hank u. oi tnnaglng the Lincoln perience to scenes of suffering, in- Stanford, we we here tenderour many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their butinee. sisted on going below nnd doing what with ut, offering as a guarantee for prompt atteo sho could for tho unfortunates from ticn to same, our twenty years experience l tho Queen. I took her to tho largo sa- banking and as liberal accommodations as are coif loon; nnd while sho and other women intent with sound banking. DINSCTOKS: likelier moved nbout that scene of horrors, striving to alleviate pain, strong J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; men grew sick with tho sights and J. M. Mail, Manfonl: J. S. Owsley, Stanford; sounds, nnd fled ngnln to the deck. S I. Knibry, Stanford; Tho mattresses and sheets had been J K. I.ynn, Stanford; stripped from tho berths nnd laid in J. K. Cash, Stanford; long rows upon tho floor, nnd scores William Gooch, Stanlord; of tho victims wero there, having oil A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgeville, Ky nnd cotton applied to their injuries. I S. H Shanks, President. saw and heard a little, and then went Dr. J 11. Owtley, Cashier, Farmers BanMTrnst aaaL sa V'M.bW Trln. Commercial Collego SS0''.. w Ky. University, Lexington, Ky.. waa awarded BY MEDAL AND DIPLOMA WORLD'S THE i rapine n llsarral n. HuslneM Cost to complete IiuMneCoursaboutw).lncliidlngtnltloii,booka and board. Phonography, Type Writing Teleeranhr tauebt. Vor circulars, address, and W. M. (SMITH, I'mldrat, altsV(B, Ky. For Nyatetn of Rook-lKdttr-ttlo- '. COiUMBIJIN EXPOSITION, 3IVERS HOUSE MIT ERY STABILE p. W. GREEN. Prop. This stable, which l ran n convection with the n Myers House, haul been supplied with A'Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, prtpaie FIRST-OLA8S nn. Supplws and Is belter than ever rsupply the public with RIOS Or.ALL KINDS. givmto Wedding! P. W. OKEEN, Proprietor. Personal and proraptatlenlion Parties and llurials, AL1IUKNS, Manager. - W. M llitsht, Telle hnlf-mil- o FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY THE ADVOCATI Comes to you every other day In the year for on ly J J. The Cheapest and best paper in Kentucky, jo cents gen It for three ri'onilis. Ad Capital Stock- Surplus S2OO.OO0 ' drcst, THK AJ.VOrATK. 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New York. d, Post-offi- ajUb - WXSSM 'Wc agpr--!""- - af-f- t "V'lf ow(HJwnfFJrjir-f'"- ' "i rW.i fwtyng" wpiM 'itjn yy i "' - jfrywwiy yfwr - W. B. McKinney haa bought his brother, W. F. McKInnoy'a interest in Balance of holiday stock closed out at tho grocery Btoro and will conduct tho -reduced prices. Danks, tho Jeweler. dTANroiiD, Ky., Iiccemiiek 29, 1893 business alono whilo Frank will take 0 ,! Bargains in jewolry. Holiday stock chargo of Mr. J. M. Reid'a farm. must go to mako room for new goods for E. C. Walton, Business Manager It is rumord that tho dispatchers' office '01. Danks, tho Jeweler. nt Rowland will bo removed to Livingt For next to Rov. W. ston. One by ono our frionds nro crossMEANS IU3IWES8. E. Ellis and tho old Helm house nnd 25 ing nnd Boon tliero will bo no railroad Hoy your nchool hooka nndechool acres of land for cultivation. Harvey men in Rowland to tell tho tnle. ol nil kinda at A. It. l'onny'H. Helm. Having bought my brother's interest Watches, clocka nnil jewelry repaired and wnrrnntpd. KnKrnvinir a specialty, Tits Goshen church box supper was in our business, I will continue business at A. It. Penny'a. largely attended and greatly enjoyed. A nt our old stand and hope by careful at Tuk Urgent Mock of Drmja, Medicines, number of people from hero were repaid tention to merit a continuance of past rerftunery, l'ainta anil Wnll Taper at for tho trip. favors. Respectfully, W. B. McKlnnoy. A. R. Penny's. Prescriptions a specialty. Dkatii. Mrs. Polly Hiatt, widow of A most remarkable spoil of bright CS-- O Jesse Hiatt, died Wonneeday night and and pleasant weather ended yesterdny PERSONAL POINTS. was buried at Loiran's Creek church yes- in n rain storm. ChrlstmaB day was like Miss Hkatimci Mattinoly is visiting terday. She was 7.1. spring time and the week ling suggested friends in Lexington. Ottu firm being now dissolved we ask the old ndage, "a green Christmas makes Mim I.katiia Cook, of Richmond, is all thoso indebted to us to call nnd settle n fat graveyard." The predictions towith Miss Klla May Saunders. ,c i '&$-&nt their earliest convenience. Tlmnking day aro fair, colder. Mil. Q. Q. Wink has moved to tho you for past favors nnd soliciting n con CITY AND VICINITY. Mathrny housu on Depot street After January 1, 1891,1 will repair tinunnco with tho now firm for 1804, and repaint tho store room recently vaMits. A. V. Sizkmokk has returned A nick cottago for rent. J. 8. wo are yours, vory truly, McKinney cated by W. II. Wearen A Co., and about from a protracted visit to Louisville. Hughes. Bros. . tho 2.5th will open a new stock of Mas. Lizzie Hawkins has accepted a James Siolkton is tho proud father groceries, stoves, &c. Every artiTrains North and South on tho Cinposition in tho faculty of Corhin Acade- of a 1 pound hoy. cinnati Southern pull out of Junction cle will bo new, fresh nnd clean, purmy. Youit account will bo readj January City as tho L. A N. North gota in sight. chased at rock bottom prices. I ask my Eni Pennington is Bt Middlesboro If railroads have a uplto at each other nn friends to bear this in mind and call on with his parents for tho first time in a IbL Call and settlo. A. R. Penny. act of the Legislature) should prohibit me when opened out. W. H. Higgina. year. For Rent. Tho residence I occupy, them from taking it out on tho traveling MissDbiiia HxuaiiMAN, of Boyle, is Cut. James Hughes, a fireman who containing seven rooms. Joe F. Waters. public. visiting Misses Nannie and Kittle DauKh used to live here, was cut 12 times man. A few choice goods loft over will go at Can any town hIiow n cleaner record night by a gambler nantpd Lytle, Mu. R.G. Hail, wife nnd son, of om reduced prices. To secure a bargain, go than this ? Thorn has not been a single who said ho had accused him of cheaterset, visited their parents hero this to Danks, tho Jeweler. arrest for drunkenness or other disorder- ing. The cutting occurred in tho bilweek. ly conduct during the holidays nnd there liard room of tho Victoria Hotel, LouisOur dealera say that notwithstanding would havo been arrests if MifhTan.nik Lewis and Dr. Taylor, of there hnd ville, nnd Engineer Joe Fnrra told us tho so called hard times, they sold about been. Marshal Nowland is Texan, are visiting at Mrs. Anno always on yesterday thnt it was reported that as many Christmas goods as usual. tho look out. Hughes was dead when ho left the city. JW Miis. L. H. tliLLETTEand pretty little Our hop club acknowledges with Somk rowdies amused themselves ono son left for their homo in Kansas Wed Thankful. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. thanks an invitation to a hop at night last week by smashing every winncsdsy. wish to express their gratitude to Some of tho mem dow glass, sbbIi and nil out of Willow W. II. McKinnby is hero from Montthe church and many friends for their bers will attend. GrovoBchool-house- , nnd then taking all ninny kindnesses shown to them at all gomery, Ala., to see his parents and his Hanlby Owsley, formerly of this the gates oil' tho hinges for several miles times, hut more especially during the beat Klrl. Thomas Yeaher has been on a husi county, is under arrest at for nlong the road in that neighborhood nnd Xtnas season. It causes them sincere trip to lianislown, Louisvillu and robbing a grocery store. His lawyers putting them across tho turnpike. sorrow that Providence has made it their nrsi want to provo that ho is Insane. give up their pleasant home in other points. At tho regular annual election held duty to Mu. AND Mil. Rus Uilmov, of their midst, and they pray that God's SfAiiKsfrom the. engine of a passenger by Lincoln Lodge No. CO, F. and A. M., choicest blessings may over rest upon Hont Christmas with friends in train set tiro to the fence on Dr. J. B. Wednesday, the following officers weto these dear friends. this section. Owsley'B Pennington farm near Crab Or- elected: II. J. Darst, W. M ; George D. Messks. Wm. Dauoiikiity and Peter chard, and over IWO panels wore burned Hopper, S. W.; A. N. Bentley, J. W ; Atacant. Judge VA E. Varnon, A. C. Strauh, Jr., celebrated Christmas by goG. L. Penny, S. D ; J. W. Carrier, J. I) ; Carman and W, L. Dawson decided yesing to Louisvilh. Mns. J. J. Kendall has recently pur- A. R. Penny, T.; J. II. Hilton. S ; Dr. terday in tho contested election for marJ. W. Hackney and W. Noble, of Lou- chased the celebrated Newcomb Flv- - W. B. Penny, S. A T. shal of Hustonville, that J. L. Devers, Do not let your generosity run to prodigality, but buy the useful isville, havo been visiting their relative, shuttle Loom and will do all kinda of things that-mus- t be bought whether who defeated D. J. Newburn, wns ineli Tiik oldest inhabitant does not J. W. Hackney. carpet and rug weaving See her ad. in giblo to election by reason of his not n quieter Christmas than this Mrsshs. A. 0. Rice, of Shelbyville, this iasue. having beon n resident of the town a has beon in Stanford. Tho bo)s took and H. F. Rice, of Taylorsvllle, are with Wils Howard's neck will uot ho broyear, nnd declared the office vacant. The Mr. E. C. Gaines. the town for a short time Monday ken the morn's tho pity. Tho and burned n good deal of powder night trustees will now appoint. Hon. John Mu. K. HixLand wifo havo moved to nnd governor of Missouri has granted a Btay imagined that they saw a great deal of W. Yorkes represented Devers and W. Or not. Our White House, Texas, greatly to the re- of judgment house is full of Bargains which we make as a contributill Jan. ID, on the appeal of fun, hut that ended it. There has not H. Miller, Newburn. gret of their friends. tion to the public, so that every one may have a chance to secure a his mother. been n single entertainment and no pub Mk. T. A. RiCKhaB been transferred to 9 MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. useful present for their friends. Our Cloak stock is now within the The Christmas gift that Mr. John W. lie gathering except at tho churches. the dispatchers' ofllcoin Louisville. Mrs. reech of all and you need not be cold when warmth is so cheap. Our B. G. Napier nnd Miss Annie Rout got was worth having-StanfThe hop .Monday night at tho Opera Rico will not go for awhile. Table coths and Napkins are so low that all can make a Christmas were mnde one flesh on tho 2Cth. Miss Suo Rout will be depu House will likely bo the extent of the W. J. Ybaokk, of Louisville, Bpeut Win. Diahon, 22, and Miss Ellie spread and our American bird would be proud to be eaten from such day with a mighty pretty ty and will make a good one. Wo aru frolicking here. Christmas Before the old year is consigned to his last resting place Oaks, 18, wero married at Josiah Oaks a spread. satisfied all round. young lady in this section. The enso for seduction under a prom- on tho 23d. we arc determined to do all we can to help him resurrect. We begin Miis. Mahy W. Bowman, Miss VirginChicken thieves again visited Mra ise of marriage against Walter Carter John Petrey, a widower of 30, ob- on a good linen Towel at 5c, 10c, 20c, 25c, 40c, 50c, 75c, $1. ia and Horace Ilowmau, of Lexington, Mittlo Ilinton'a chicken roost and took was callod before Judge Varnon Wed-da- y tained license yesterday to marry Mies 1.25, 1.50; oua Table Cloths run from $ 1, 1.25, 1.50, upas 2.00, are visiting at Mr. Forts t us Reid's. a dozen or more fowls for therefrom and dismissed on tho girl's own tes Anna O.Todd next Sunday. high as 6.00, with Napkins to match. We have a few more3.00 Tatheir Christmas dinner. A few nights timony. Her namo is Susan Ham nnd nice "Fatty" and James R. Nunnelley, Miss Harriet Morton and Mr. Pres- ble covers left that must be closed; also a few Seal Muffs and a nice knigh's of tho grip, mndu their mother later Mr. II. J. Darst lost a lot of turkeys she is not yet 10 years old. She swore ton Waite, of Shelby county, rode to line of Fascinators. We sell you Handkerchiefs cheaper than ever happy by upending tho holidays with in tho same way. that tho act was committed more thnn a Louisville on bicycles and got married. before, beginning at 2 for 5c and 5c apiece and running as high as 50c, her. As there was no election held at tho year ngo and that bars tho prosecution T. J. Pollard nnd Miss Sallio Adams, 75c and 1. 00. Mufflers from 25c to 2.50. Our Glove stock is superb, Mihs Maiuk Waiihe., a pretty little regular time for trustees of Rowland, of such cases. Carter, who is but 17, tho latter 17 years old, were married a in Kids, Jerseys, Dog Skin, Buck Skin, Seal Skin, Yarn Mittens and brunette from Danville, is visiting her Judge Varnoi has nppointed W. II. swore that ho never thought of marriago few days ago nt .Mr. Reuben Adams' in anything needed. What would be a nicer Mario War- Dudderar, Han ison Dunn, T. W. Ham- in connection with tho girl whoso charcousins, Misses J emtio and tho Hubble neighborhood. ren. ilton, J. W. Adams and Hollis Carrier acter . was notorious as yottug as she is. Sonator Faulkner, of West Virginia, t rait Mh. and Mas. II. D. (lit book y, of till tho next election. mo trial urow a largo crowit ol tno pru- will marry Miss Virginia Whiting, oi Grayson, are with Mr. and Mrs. James rient minded, who were much disap- Hampton, Va., on Jan. 3d. The wedA la roe crowd attended the foot ball pointed that it was cut so short. Mr. P. P. Bailey, their first visit since their ding march will be sung by a chorus of game Monday afternoon and enjoyed M. McRoberts represented tho accused. marriage. young ladips of which Mies Jano Faulk- Than a nice Moquett Rug at 1. 00, .00, 3.00 and 4.00, or a nice pair of MiksJean Buchanan, of Crab Or very fair sport. Nat It McKinney was The Christmas meeting of tho Cale- ner, tho Senator's daughter, will be one. Waol Blankets at 2.00 uo to 6.00. We also have cotton Blanket chard, is visiting her sister, Mrs. John captain of Sam Menefeo's team and Buflow as 75c. We have been and will continur to be headquarters for donian Literary Society held at A. Haldeman, &i Fourth Ave. Louis- fered defeat of S to 0 by Tom Yenger's NEW ADVERTISEMENTO. eveniug proved to bo the team. Why not pick tho best men out ville Times. most interesting of tho season. Besides 'B Mns. William Wiuoiit, of Huston-vill- e, of both teams and lock horns with recitations by Misses Lou Bailey, Lee CORN LAND invinclbles? visiting her daughter, has been Bobbitt, Ethyl Beazley nnd Llzzio Mrs. P. W. Green, who is convalescing Charlie Slaughter was brought hero which woro all well rendered, the from a spell of grip. ilec'd. Monday by Marshnl Jnmes Jones, of debate affirming that "Women have weAi executors of tho will of J. L. Dawson, before In muslin and Jersies, both Vests and Pants and in Union Suits; also will on Jan. 8, 1S94, county court day Mu. W. M. Boole has quit tho Central door in Stinford. the ttth Crab Oirhard, and placed in jail to servo more Influence over Mon than Money" eit bidder, about tS or ao acres gorvnt corn ti!ch. headquarters for the celebrated French corsets both in J. Bs. and the P. in and 35 of Georgia with headquarters at Chatta- n fine of $10 for fighting, drunkenness was very fully discussed by Messrs. Jack acres for oaii, all Tor year yb. irom 1.00 10 2.50. we will otter the men some wonderful Bargains nooga and with his wife is visiting his l. l. nwvsos, in clothing, boots and shoes; we cave many and it is enough nnd disorderly conduct generally. This Buazley, Walter Saunders and Wm. II. J. II.UKIGlir. to say to a mother at Hustonyille. Kx'ors. young fellow seems to bu going to tho Suanks, representing tho affirmntivo nnd S wise man the must be reduced; we can give you an Overcoat from is down from Proctor bad BmoiiT Fbiikill since tho death of his father. Ho nnd Ed Gntnes, Wm. Bruco and Thomas up to 15.00, made of good material. Our Storm Overcoats wc 4.50, have for a fow days, tho distillery ho was with is only 10 years old. M. Owsley, representing the negative. been compelled to buy thesecond time and are now able to supply the His next assign having suspended. demand; we have some Boots to close at 1.25, 1.50, 1.75,2.00 that By tho ditching of six freight cars nt Tho speakers on both sides acquitted ment will bo at Booneville. Ky. themselves very creditably, after which South-boun- d passen- Mh. and Mns. Joe Hakdin surprised Gravel Switch, the the judges decided in favor of tho affirm- Practical CARPET WEAVER, their friends hero by Beuding word from gor was ueiayeu lour lioura anil did not ative. Tho Cyclone, edited by R. M. Corbin that n little girl, Docia, hiu! put reach hero till Bix o'clock Saturday Has lately purchased the celebrated evening. As n number of our merchants Nowland, wns quite n bright and interin an appearance at their home. esting sheet, full of fun nnd witiciems Newcomb Fly Shuttle We invite all to this Loom, Mil. Giiaiilks OrtMAN has moved his had ordered goods sont by express for and was greatly enjoyed. Everybody and Rug family to tho McFerran placo in Boyle, tho holiday trade tho wreck was tho invited to attend tho next mooting, Sat- "no is prepared 10 uo a i Kinus ol uarpet .Muflurs. tteavwe. fancy weaving on Shawls, Ktc Call and examlno my work. I guarantee recontly purchased by him. Ho is a source of worry to thorn ns well ns to urday evening, Jan. 7tn. work at lw prices. . good citizen an our people regret that tho delayed passengers. At tho adjourned meeting of tho adho is gone. II. J. McRoiikrts' houso narrowly esAnd we spread a Xmas turkey in every department. Hon. Haiivey Helm will leavo for caped burning Wodnosday night. Tho vocates of a graded school, it was very sensibly decided not to purchaso tho begin his labors ns cook had carelessly thrown Frankfort Sunday to some ashes Collego buildings, but .use tho a law maker. He is a capable and aspir- against tho houso and whon Mr. J. A. The city of Stanford to ing man and wo expect to hear a good Allen returned from church n blazo had grounds and buildings of the public highest bidder before will ofTer for sale door the the court house in on Stanlord, report from him. started. Ho ran to tho bcouo and with school. A largely signed protest against Mimes KtrriK Bauqhman, from Som-sa- tho assistance of others who had hoard tho submission of tho question to a pop- Monday, 8, 1994, ular vote was presented, but it was deFannie Shanks and Laura Carter, tho alarm, succeeded in putting it out cided to ask tho county judge to order Twenty nino city bonds, Tim e bonds are for $100 each and bear interest at o percent, from Jan. from Lexington, and Luln Monofee, baforo much damage wns douo. 1,1894, payable semi annually '1 he bonds are an election. It only requires the signa- due from Linden College, camo homo to Jan i, 1899, but are redeemable at the pleasthe within If tho managers of Wulton's Opera tures of 10 resident taxpayers to cause ure of fron. city council at any time be sold five spond tho holidnys. years for Jan. :, 1394, and will not less than the par value Mksshs. Will II. Shanks, Joe Sever- Houso were entirely responsible for per- that official to make the order. As S G. HOCKER, A RELATIVE OR FRIEND, every thing that will tend to eduance, Jr., Klijah Beazley. Will Kmbry, mitting such a show as "Tho Bright J. K. VANARSOALK. d Committee Richard Hocker, and Harry Idea Co." to perforin hero thoy ought to cate and elevate the people, wo can speak Will and and Jones Battghnian are over from bo riddon out of town on n rail, but they without bias or prejudice ou this quesLexington, enjoying tho holidayo with aro not and aro therefore in a measuro tion, and it Is our honest opinion, in excusable. Tho dato was obtained by which many other advocates concur, homefolks. BROTHER OR SISTER? Tub January Number of the Illustrat- tho assurance that Miss Marguerite In- that this is an inoportune time to press contains pictures of threo gles was to bo the star and there were the scheme. With the hard times that ed Kentuckinn If so we know'you are going to make them a present during the Catlettsburg beauties: Misses Marie numerous other promises that wero not evorvbody ia crying, tho county taxes Bromley, Elizabeth Martin and Maud fulfilled. It was tho rottoneut perform- higher than usunl nnd the town tnx in- Is Or, E. C. Weil's Nerve and Brain Treatment old under poaiUve written frunruntee, by thoso who might othagents only, to euro Weak Memory; lott ol Marcum. Tho latter is ono of tho hand- ance over given hero and tho great play- creased three-folDrain Manhood; wright, (?) J. Allen Darnaby, proved erwise favor the school will be loth to Night and Tierto Power; I.rt I.ack of Confidence; Kentucky. somest women in Loswe; Evil Dream"; Nervousness; Lassitude; ot Tower E. Patrick and the baby, of himself a fraud as well as n prevaricator. voto the tax. Should tho question be of Uio Oenorativu Organ n.lInDrnlnn; Loss caused b Miis. J. elthsr set, Youthful Krrora, or Kiceselve Ue who are spending tho holidays Tho character of tho company may be aubmittod and tho project defeated, no Tobacco, Opium or Liquor, which soou lead of And in making your selection you can not afford to pass us by, beJackson, to MUer, with her parents, Copt, and Mrs. Thom- Imagined when It is told thnt one of other election on the question can be 11 a box;Contumptlnn, Iuvmltyptid Death.toIljr mall cause wc have a large line of Xmas goods for less money than any 6 for 1.5: with writ'en iruarantea euro or as Richards, nt Junction City, spent sev- them stole tho manager's umbrella. They held for two years. Let Jus therefore refund money. WIIST' t fit till HYKUP. A certain place outside of the cities. Croup, Ubinn, "wait a titno with patience" and hope cure for Coughs, Coldn, T.'cut. UronchttW, In take. Whooptmr Oouh, Hon" everal days with friends here. Her sister, are tho toughest lot of I'loasaut Kinall rlze dlAconiinued: olj. Mc. size, no w 2c : old accompanied her. er gotten together. (for better times and final success. Misa Bessie Richards, Sltlz,uow60c. QUAUANXr.KStaiuuaoiUvbr lM m Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal sup-plic- a J. II. Gainks, of Lexlugton, is visiting his father, B. W. Gaines. Mr. D. B. Oampiibll, tho painter, is very low with consumption. Mns. bomiA Fknzel, of Cincinnati, has been on a visit to her eon, Itobt. Fenzol. Miss Clara Mbrshon, of Stanford, is visiting .Miss Anna Mershon. Richmond Climax. Miss Roiiinson, of Nicholasvlllo, is tho guest of tho Misses Beck, who will entertain at their homo tonight. Masters Eabmc and Louis Couhts camo up from Greonsburg yesterday to seo thoir mother, Mrs. P. T. Courts. Mr. a.m. Mrs. W. M. Lackey ro both down with tho grip.but are aomo better. Their son, Mr. S. E Lackey, of Gallaton, is with them. Piiok. J. M. Huniivitt) was called to Bolivar, Tenn , last Friday by tho illness of his mother Ho returned yesterday leaving her better. in-la- Dankb, tho people's Jeweler. :r, A.. DE.T7GGIST Eisrasr'Y" JEWELBH,. 5 m m HKNT-Cot- tago A Complete line Watches, Clocks, of Drugs and Medi- Gold, Stiver and Plated Ware at cines, &c. Prescrip- lowest prices. Attention promptly tions a Specialty. given to repairs. m TO .A.. ZR, ?EJ1T1T1Z'. ? m hnrd-war- e, 1 Wed-nesda- y Dud-dernr'- s. We have served youwell in 1893. Begin 1894 by squaring your account and giving us your patronage again. SEVERANCE & SON. Slay-make- r Har-rodsbu- rg t. BargaMkaays : br to-da- CHRISTMAS COMES m ord Mc-Clu- post-otlic- m m i2c. . Christmas . PRESENT : Turners-villoSatuida- y Dan-vilio- Men-ofe- e, FOR RENT LADIES' UNDERWEAR, Court-hou- in Mrs. J. J. Kendall, Stanford, ARE UNEXCELLED. nrst-clas- 1 s 86-3- m Feast of Low Prices, HUGHES & TATE. Fe-mal- o Bonds for Sale. January t, m . HAVE TOU A SWEEThEART, annd-vocate- of j i 85-t- lvLIFE Quit-kno- ,NEW Mother, Father, Child, ; author-Ize- d d, n; Holiday barn-stormer- a DR. S. C. HOCKIR, Tla Druggist. jHAafrt ...fcktwWB rvvH UOiHifiLaLIS C Semi-Weekly $ r, w i v I I tr Interior Journal AT MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Im- Moat of the grip eubjecta are tf 1" . ? A couit I10U8O full of peoplo wittween the hours of 10 and 1 n'tlnrW fur tha nur. pose of electing nine directors to serve during the nessed tho exercises at the Cbristint a $3 iPJSR. Yffi AUIN AD VANCK ensuing year. J. V. HOCKKR, tree. "3 Cashier, rWhn not to paid 33.60 will be charged. Liltlo McKenzio Brown and Claude Cox divided the honors in speech wakStocklioldoiVVIooting. in; acres ol land with a large housn Situated ing nt tho Christmas tree. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. in Rowland and now occupied by J. W Adamt, ma u jtnuirn me iiwitmw ll.m White & Co. have Bold tho Jack AdA meeting of the stockholders of tho Farmers J. S. OWSLEY, Trustee.Ky Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning ams homestead, a 5 acre portion of the Rank & Trust Co wlllbehodal their banking So at btanford, at s'.to p. m. house in Stanford on the first Wednesday in Janfarm lately purchased of Willis Adams uary, '94, for the purpose of electing 11 directors LOCAL TIME CAKD. LAN. to serve the ensuing year. J. OWSLKY, to Nathan Berry for 51,000. J Cashier. Lawrenco, who is in jail hero pm Jim Mail tram going North............... ..... 13 pm on a charge of robbery, put his wits to South..... Exprtit train " South. ............... 11 51 pa Stockholders' Mooting. North worK and made a key from a beef rib MY BRIOK LIVERY STABLE, Local Freight North............,...936 am South... pattengert. ..! 07pm and unlocked the jail a few days sinco. A meeting ol the stockholders of tho First NaThs latter traini alio carry tional Hank will be held nt their banking house Situated on Depot Street 7k Stanford. Ky.. or I Jailer King discovered him before he The above it calculated on standard time. Solar Tuesday in January, will exchange lor real eitate in Lincoln county. in btanford on the get away, and now nothing but so im could tat it about 10 minutes latter. 1894, for the purpose of electing 11 directors tor J.N. MKNKI'hEKy. Stanford, the ensuing year. JOHN J McROUfcRTS, boneless meat is oerved to the prison8j QUEEN Cashier. CRESCENT ROUTE. ers. Going North train pais Junction City at foAshland Lodge, No. &10, F. & A. M., DR. W. B. D. S. llows: Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Vestibule Limited 3 p. m. Local ti'55 p. m. Florida elected the following officers at the elecOf Talleviate Temple, No. ;, Sitters of the Mys- At the a. m Limited old stand ol J. II. Green, In Cold Wentlier In the South. tion Wednesday: Willis Griffin, W. M. terious Ten South N. O. Vestibule 11:55 p. m. Florida Know all men by these preseott, that we. M. E. J. Brown, S. W.; G. W. McClure, J. Limited it p m. Local 1:31 p. m. - - Kentucky, Office South Bide Main St., In office recently W. P. Trustee and Secretary, Lllaa llroaddut Hustonvlllo, Vestibule arrives S'40 p. m. vacated by Dr. Lee V. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. M W. 1' , Jfnnie Thompson, Secretary, Trutteos W ; J. G. Carter, Sec'y; W. L. Hender Would be glad to tee hit numerous friendt and Kddie Jones, Hannah Hayden, Rote Adklns, son, Treas.; M. C. 0 wens, S. AT. The Satlic Miller, Ticasuter. all residents ol Stanford, thow them his stock of goods consisting of Furnl- ture. Saddlery, Hardware, Ilugglcs and Farming Lincoln county, Kentucky, hereby associate now officers will be installed at the next THE OLD- ;.6m tccether and lecome Incorporated, under implements. jivt mm a call. Kentucky, for the purpose stated meeting. the laws of the Stateof hereinafter expressed, and adopt the lollowing A. S. In a difficulty near Pine Hill Tues-dait articles ot Incorporation, I. 1 he name of the incorporation shall be TalSAM II. WARNACK, Tror. morning, John Mulling was shot SURGEON DENTIST. leviate Temple, No 7, of the Sisters of the Mystethe knee and both bones broken. rious Ten. - - KENTUCKY. Office over McRobcrtt Drug Store tn the new London, II. The principal place of business at Stanford Owsley lluildlng. Ker Piko received a full chargo of small Kentucky. Refitted and refurnished and In every w Slanfsrd. shot in the breast and a ball through the II. The general nature of the Iraslntss tn be pared to attend the wants of the public. irpre ates transacted shall be the cuing ot aid to members very reasonable. of bis leg. Isaac Mize was upper portion the pio.lding of funds or "Whatcher mean by beatin that mule who are sick for distressed; of the dead and the re CRAll ORCHARD. the burial therefor and shot through and will probably die. on tho neck while ho's lief of the membership geuerally, who are Indiwith the Gand What the trouble started from wo have gent and needy, and to 'Bleego tor do it, bossl De water Lodgeof iffl SALE STJLSLE, charitable the a been unabio to learn. V. Mason has freezes in ho froat ebery tirao ho Bwal-ler- s and todoauchOrder In itscome withinundcrlsklngs, the scope of thtngsas an I has ter hit it wid er stick ter charity and benevolence. been running a blind tiger at the place Having secured the services of Miss Mattie AlAt John Duchasan'i stable In CraoOichard, K,, Absolutely being organiied for charitalen from Cincinnati as Trimmer for thit tetaon, I is now break der ico an keep it from chokin bleIV. The corporation to have no capital stok or where the tight occurred. Mason purposes only it is cordially invite the tadiea lo Inspect a carefully W. RAMSEY, stockholders; but eacn person who contributes to selected stork ol Milliner r at prices to tuit the in jail. It appears that Mullins was try- hiiar Puck. dollars shall be the corporation the sum of times The ladles are invited to n my nice, atw ing to keep the peace between the parmember and entitled to a.l the benefits Who will stall timet be glad to accommodate all line ol Stamped Linen and Kmhroidery Material deemeda A cream of tarter baking powItevenge. as such, so long at he shall comply with the rule with good rigs at reasonable rates. MISS LICCIK IICAZLEY, il der. Higest of all in leavening ties, when he was himself shot. pay uch duct, Stanford, Ky. Ho had offended her by some stupid of the corporation and made against the fines and members as thill be assessments Mr. J. W. Lawrence, formerly ol act of bis, and sho strength. Latest United States had vowed vengoanco. from time to time for its support the this county, but now from the "Strip," Y. Yet he loved her just tho samo, aud filing The corporation shall commence from rec- Falls Branch Jellico Goal Co., Government Food Report. proper tifllce for ol is visiting friends and relatives. Miss she, tho enchantress, made herself love- ord and these articles in theexpiration ol twenty TH P.O. MILLINERY. terminate tt the Miners and shippers ol the GENUINK HOYAL'AKINGJPOWDER 00., May Miller is homo from Cincinnati, ly to him, nnd ho was blind. five sj) years. to be con106 Wall St.. New York. VI. Ho know that, womanlike, sho would ducted The aaffairs of the corporation are to be elecwhere she has been attending the Conby Hoard of five 3 Directors, I at the room and see ths forgot her harsh words, and forgetful-nes- s ted annuslly. from alid by the lawful mrmtws of servatory of Music. Col. R. G. Williams Try It the corporation, at their first meeting in December Rowland. We are the sole agents for Stanford J and was forgiveness. Office corner ol Depot street and railis here from his Louisville law Bchool. of each year And at the tame time there shall be road crossing. hm) So tho days crept elected a Trincess, a Deputy Princess, a Secretary 6 Higgins Kennedy was here during tho weeks Into months, into weeks and the and an Assistant Secretary and a Treasurer, which HIGGINS A WATTS. and ono evening he last named JELLICO, TENNESSEE, officers thall be the executive officers Of Millinery In town, The good 1 and prices arts week. Mrs. Samuel Ward, of Rockcas- asked her to bo his. ol the corporation, and shall fill the various chairs bound to please you. which officers ! J. B. Montgomery, Prop. tle River, was visiting Mrs. Mattie New- - "Oh, Georgel" sho murmured as sho at the stated meetirgs, and all of unlit their sue Mrs. 10 MRS. P. T. COURTS. one year and shall hold comb this week. Assessor J. Boring is toppled over into his arms, and that was cetsors are office lor and qualified. The Treasurer elected shall be requtrtd to Rive bond for the faithful perOther all that George wanted to know. I? The best hotel In the city and the only one with visiting Nashville, his old home. sum shall be filed by At our Fruit West formance ot dutT.ln Tho Bummer faded, and tho autumn the constitution and such luws, aa The corporation of Kingsvllle, Farms and Nurseries cue mil fine a sample room for drummers Eipecia attention Sweeney has purchased an interest in a by Lincoln county. We have as Co the traveling public. Rates ft. bold tame until the stock of r run Trees as any man ever handled, ceato shall at once fill said drug store at London and is now there grow upon tho etexnv nto orchard and garden December Thero was tho fragrance of orango election In auch duties Ths laid officers and Hoar ready lor transplanting Apples and Peaches will My mother, Mrs. Kale Dndderar, has Just re and powers aa shall be as- this Fall Orchards of shall have at work. be assorted to tult customer! at f 10 pr hundred. turned Irons the cities with aa elegant line of sail, to be blossoms, tho rich notes of tho organ, signed them by the rules a d c linary, embracing Ths trees are nice, the varieties the beit, Calirornla-t- he Land of Sunshine, Fruit the soft voice of tho marriage celebrant, adopted u make home attractive and the YII The private property of the members It childrenceded to will and tho twain wero one. happy be found hue, For circulars ALL OF THE NOVELTIES and Flowers. to be eaerapt from corporate debts. J. A. McKRE ft CO., I will open on January 16th, 1893. a Two hours later they wore alone. VII. The indebtedness of Ihe corporation shsll addrett Kingtville, Ky. 04 The Midwinter Exposition, already Of the teasn, el which she will hive lull control Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ol Ho would bavo kissed her, but she not eicecd five thousand dollars. have perpetual Jersey milk to the people of btanlord and Row much talked of, bids fair to rival the She also engaged a IX. 'Ihe said corporation shall land at the following prices, delivered: stood him oil. succession, the right to stir and be sued in lis cor great fair that has just closed at Chicago. Firt-Olas- s porate name to have a common seal, to make Dress-Make"Mr. Smith," sho muttered hoarsely, contracts, to acquire property and transfer same Fresh Milk, per gallon.... ., .....to cents Skimmed Milk, por gallon., cents Not in size, perhaps, but certainly so in "I sworo once to bo avenged. at its pleasure as as a private Individual To esToday ...lo Call and e itmine my stock of Millinery before and rulet tablish ...... Scents originality, in richness, and in delighted Butter Milk, per gallon...... myvowis kept You are my husband." government or Its membersand regulations for Ihe buying and leave your order for your dresses. and shall possess all Full stocks of fruit and ornamental trees, tripe Thanking you for past favors we solicit same, J That was alL I will make two trips dally. The patronage ot the visitors, who will unanimously agreo the powers of a body corpora e vines, asparagus, small Irults, shrubs, and public it solicited X The corporation shall have the nghl to A. fit v ION, .il Georgo tbought it was a joke then, MAKY DAVIS DUDDERAR. that the Pacific Coast is worth many usually found In a nursery establishment. Stanford, Ky members the present membersof the association, fro" which this is formed, We sell direct to the planter and have 00 agents. times the time and money spent to visit but after fivo years of being Mrs. Smith's without the payment of the membership foe, aa it Catalogue on application husband ho 11. F. IMLLKNMBYRR, it, in its return of delightful climate, anco might knew what a woman's vengo- succeeds to til of the property ol laid anocialion. bo nnd was. Detroit Free Lexington, Ky. In testimony whereof, witnest our signatures growth of Press. mellow sunlight, wondrous this the tlh day or December, 1893 Kddie Jones. lennie Thompson. vegetation, and the heretofore unheard Sallie Miller, Hannah Hayden, F. B. RILEY.lProprletor, A Great Invention. McKINNEY, KY. k of Rosa Adkins, of industries connected with Una llroaddus, Martha Sims, Ellen Ktncaid, "I havo here," began tho London, - - - Kentucky. fruit raising, and tho shipping of the man as ho bundled into tho energetic I have boutht above Hells Chenault, Martha Walker. intntnnedHotel at My two farms, adjoining. Very near Kings and have attached a Ellen Sneed, Sally Hansford, I have moved to my new Hotehand am better product. vlll station In order to givoan oppor- yer's ofllco, "the greatest young lawOne or either of them One con Mailha Warren, Ltrsie Peyton, invention of taming a little oeerot acres, the other ito acres. Srcpared than ever to accommodate the public, tunity for everybody to visit this wonder Pattlc Middleton, Maria Middleton, attached and every convenience deAll highly improved with good residences, barns, First-Cl&3- 3 Bar and Fool Boom. the age." S6 Jane Hill. sired. Give me a call. Ac Call and sea them, a ,000 young bearing land during the Exposition, California It was cases that tho lawyer wanted, Have repaired and Refurnished the Hole) and fruit trees, apples and peaches on the qi acre 77 rRANK RILEY. rates via the Queen & Crescent route not inventions, nnd ho said something tarm Old age and Infirmities my rtasoa for want- am better than ever ing to sell. All unincumbered. have been reduced, and every one may rude, but tho energetic man proved to I M.CRKIGHTON. .V Prepared to Accommodate the Kingsvllle, Ky find the cost of such a trip within his bo n philosopher and merely smiled. Public. "I call it," pursued the visitor, "the The City Council of the City of Stanford, Ky , means. As for equipment, it is the ordain at attention 10 Commercial Men. against the estate of only lino by which you can travel from Eternal Kisser, becanso thcro is simply doCity taxesfollows. be dua on the 1st dsy of rcial . "k persons "havinir claims shall Fine Uvery and Feed Stable attached. no cud to the kisses it bestows. It is January alter the assessment and any person or D. G. Slaugh er, dee'd, will file the same properly certified to and proven with me by an. r, '04. Cincinnati to San Francisco, absolutely this." He haulod out a spray of mistleV W GUEE. rrop.i.tor. by the 1st day of falling to pay their taxes I will give free of charge Any one knowing himself to be indebted to the without change. Tourist sleeping cars J has ROUT, Manager. par six per cent, additional uly thereafter toe covered with whito berries. Thin on the taxes so shall and unpaid, which additional Immediately. estate will call and settle due R. H. IIRONAUGH, Admr., run every two weeks through from Cin- interested tho young lawyor, who raised sum thai) be charged lo the marshal in his settle- ONE LIFE-SIZEPORTRAIT, Crab Orchard, Ky 1701m with the city council. ment his eyebrows inquiringly. cinnati to San Francisco. Solid To eyery person that will have one doten of my The marshal, from and alter the 1st dsy of Janu"Mistletoe," proclaimed tho agent, "is ary In each year, shall collect the city taxes due. fine cabinets made, up till Christmas day, I have trains twiceaday from Cincinnati end upon the failure by the persons bound there- a sample of the portrait at my galleiy lhat I proto New Orleans, where connection is very scarco this year, and n bunch con for to nay the tame may distrain the goods and pose 10 give away Come and see what a gift you taining n 6coro of berries would bank- chattels owned by or in rightful poascsilon of the will get with every doien cabinets . made with through tiains and Pullman rupt sANFOHD, KY A J F.AUP, persons from whom the tax is due, notwithstanding 7S If ina poor man. Now, California points. vention brings happiness this great Stanford, Ky, the txlitenuo of nuy lien upon the aanie; and may sleepers daily to within tho proceed to sell the title of such person In so much Through car service to either New reach of till. Tradition permits you a theieofas will pay the tax sue and all costs, in law Shreveport, making direct kiss for each and every berry, you the mode prescribed byhe males a levy for taxes The marshal, before HUProaiTORirs, Capsules of Ointment and two Orleans or This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is no tame Irom the demand for riles ?lTot 01,ntn:n; A. noTer-- fasailing Cureoperation connection for Texas, Mexico and Cali- know. You hold this spray above your shalltax is due,the resident of and person from horn intend the in the to mates .u.ur'Wi carbolloan Farm, In my charge and Iin high 10 conduct it to aaadd beloved's head so. You bend so and tender a receiptiftherefor if it be required, city, and A Splendid Blue-Gras- s ect only maintain in whic reputation, but lo acid, which fornia. From Louisville through trains S.k?lfeJor ??JlMOt long list ol friends. Special accommodalo Its ""V1 'SJdom permanent cure, and often he shall specify the taxable estate with which On Danville Lexington kiss her. Then you grab a berry so resulting In dooth, unnecessary. Lancaster pile, known as the Dr tions for commercial travelers and floe rooms for Why enduro make direct connection at such person is charged, the value and amount W alter it presto, it vhle terrible) disease)? We srunrnnteo B about tta due If he and t e with solid flveatibuled service to New and pullTho leaves andflies back again in thereof, demand, taxthe taxpayer shall dr train of acres. Owslev homestead, containing rooms and lbs display of sample!. Fine brick residence 01 six Is a resident place. if berries nro India the benefits recolved. fx n box, a torts mail, bamole Orleans. Send to us for further particusplendid outbuildings. Also 'or sale pnv tely ion receipt, in .A'.First-Clas- a free. Guarantees taued by our ipents. rubber, Bir, and Two, did you say? and be the city, ami before he tenders the the Saloon nice ewes. 16 hogs, lot of cattle, a head horses. 8 required, he will Ask agents for rates, scheduhs Fifty conts. Thank you, sir. Good if it aggrieved double theforfeit and p y to tax, per stacks hay, farming implements. Apply to S U. Asd MILLIARD and u5cd' '"11Penletf, lars. CONSTIPATION DrJapaneteL and Owsley amount of such son POOL ROOMS attached on the farm or myself at Farmers Hank verPellets and tuchdamaget at he may sustain, to be recovered other information, or address V. C. day." Harper's Magazine. JOSKI'H COFFKY. 8j JU;iSdBTO3,ACI"lOXTOUandto J. 11. OWSLKY. by action iu his own name: Provided, however, PURIFIER. Small, mild and pleasant take, eepodally adapted for children's he may distrain without the demand alter the first CQVoioa Rinearson, G. P. A. Cincinnati, 0. Dccnta. day ol April of the year for which the tax is due: Depended on the Showbills. aUMXACTEEa tatnod only by W.ll. MILLER. that the marshal has rea And provided J.H.SOWDER. Low Rates tojISt. Louis via "Big Four A hint as to what decides sotno peo- soluble groundsfurther. to believe that the person Irom It due Route." plo to go to performances or remain from whom the tax county, it about to remove hit MILLER & SOWDER, PENNY, A. or to conceal the tame, In addition to selling tickets at low away may be found in a conversation Eropcrly Irom the any time without tne demand. at heard on the street a day or two ago. J Christmas rates between all points for T e marshsl, shall after having adsertised at A. G. Lanham Ohn B, Cattleman. "I am going to see 'Tho Blank', " said the court house door tht time and place of sale for IIolidayB, the Big Four Route will make at least 10 days, sell at public auction, for money ono to another, -- : Doalors a special reduced rate of $12.00 for the soongirl bo producod referring to a play 10'much of the properly levied on for taxes as will Brokers, to at a Pittsburg thea- pay the tax and costa. If the marshal makes illeround trip, Cincinnati to St. Louin and ter. "Are you?" STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY. gal or unreasonable seiture and levy for taxes, he return, affording everybody an oppor"Don't lnow," was tho reply. "I shall be liable upon hit bond in damages to the aggrieved. Office Interior Journal Building. tunity to visit the West at an extremely haven't seen the pictures yet." Pitts- partythere be no personal property that the mar II shal or tax collector can distrain lor taxes due, improved service of the burg Chronicle. low rate. The and the same shall not be paid by the first day of SALE. April, the marshal shall sell for cash any real es Big Four Route, providing solid trains tale belonging to or listed by such delinquent taxtifttu Unfair. F,rrao1 with elegant parlor cars, palace bleeping payer, or so much thereof as will pay the taxes "J ,Cr" on P'k .n.i fil!!?,".!,!?"" imprxvcu. No child likes to seo her owti father due aud hit commission, in the same manner that cars, and hotel dining cars between Cinlands are told unler execution except that the land slighted. Henco this story: finely; Improved. Offered be ad. be valued or levied on, and cinnati and St. Louis, makes it the popu"Well, Molly," said her father, who is shsll not by posting, for 15 dayt beforeshall tale, a ths vertiscd no lar line for Western travel. Make or printed notice at the court houie dcor, MANAGERS" n militia colonel, "did you seo mo march- written a. Fine Ijlue Grass Farm, of 101 Mgli and by publication once a week for (out weeka arrangements for your holiday trip with- ing up Droadway today?" state of cultivation, well improved; acres. Inlow. offered prior to the day ol talc in a newtpaper of general Oommerce Building, Louisville out communicating with J. E. Reevep, circulation, if thero be one in the county: il not, "Yeth," said Molly, "and I was real S Farm of 141 acre 1, posted for 15 dayt beDftR. by printed blue grass land ; will tell cheap. R.itatlon. Good General Southern Agent, Cincinnati, 0, mad, papa. They might havo let you then the sale at the Agents throughout the South. fore door, anu in t or places in the city; and he shall, havo a drum to play on, same aa those more conspicuous E. 0. McCormick, Passenger Trafltc 7. Blue Grass Kann of 13s acres, on pike, two not lets than icdays before the sale, mail to the miles from Stanford; good delinquent a postal card addressed to h's place of land: low D. B. Martin, General Passenger others had." Exchango. W. A. TBZBBJB, Looa! Aytnt, price and 0.1 easy terms. OILVERlW Dlace of business, if tuc.i can be as residence oa & Ticket Agent. certained, notifying htm of the time and place of STANFORD, KY. Working WclL 8 to j. Town lots In Stanford In areat to tuit tale; a id in order to cover the cost ol such adpurchasers. Christian missionaries of Philadelphia the vertisement and notification, the marshal thall Letters written by one P. F. Rock Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt whose property If adverto ovangelizo tho havoji for each person delinquent, 17. acre the and dated at Topeka, Kansas, outlining aro zealously trying but In no event personal attention given to tised, to oe paid lent repair mill, dwelling and other fine farm witti excepike. peoplo in the slums of that city. Ono to be paid by theby Improvements, on citv. a schema 'o kidnap baby Ruth Clove-lan- of tho "toughs" describes the result in 4 miles from Stanlord. D W. VANDKVKER, Mayor. J work. One call will convince you as Large 85 blue grass farm, capable of division were found at Abilene, Kansas. this way, "Why, do game is workin so G. L. PENNY, Clerk. Into smaller farms. Desirable In every particuthat this is the place to trade. On the application of a couple of well dat me fren's is goin to law instead lar. Offered low and on very easy terms. FOR A- trust companies, which bold a large of fightin it out in do good old way." THOMAS YEAGER. JAMES YHAGER. 6. Good frao building; well finished, on Main street, in Eastern part of Stanfoad, amount of its bonds the Atchison, Tope- Now York Tribune. feet front, too back. Will till at a bargain. 5 YEAGER, : ka & Santa Fe railroad system, embracToo Ezpenalve. a? Small farm of in icm a. tfanvlnv Vt ing 9,344 miles and in point of mileage Will sxchanira for smalt house and lot or sell at "I fear, sir," said tho physician, "your For yourself how would a good pair of low price oa easy terms. U7EH, STABLS, placed in malady is appendicitis." iffl the largest in the world, was so. Small farm ot So acres, i relief Irom Stanford the hands of a receiver. "I can't afford it, doctor," replied the well Improved, at a bargain. STANFORD, E.Y. At Anderson, Ind., owing to the patient decidedly, "Yon may just treat Strike you t If you need them come at once and e mo for plain, common, every day liver number of tramp outrages, Mayor 3t. Farm of 60 acres on Hanging Fork, near We'artinour new stable in tht Opera Hous. me your order so that I can have them ready Turnertvill. Fin. blue grassland, Remember I Kuaranice mv work. If Block'and are well supplied with orvou complaint." Chicago Record. issued an order instructing the fronts on pike, with good impiovemtntt acd nice you need any repairing also bear In mind that young orchard: Price low. chief of police to furnish each night paATMEW RIGS AND HORSES A Natural Query. s whip. Evetrolmen with a 3a. Hotel, store boura and cottige, nicely and twim me "You conveniently located, near depot tn London, Ky. Have been purchased and noth Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, ry tramp will be whipped out of tho said Gillymay the barber. mustache, aw," Nine rooms in dwelling, four 100ms in cottage. nrnoutt will Itave tbe.ttable. to Store house of 3 rroms All new buildings. Alto of the It. Office over "there are threeexcellent best Darbers in theIn Stat city and give a severe lashing if ha re"Yes. sir, ' replied the latter. "Did It the man that can do Livery Stable. ' Yeager & good barn. Lot 300x30? feet. Fins location for Bath Rooms run Yeager't Thore are alto for Lexington SteamLaundry. Give turns. store and hotel. Will cell cheap an I oa easy terms. you bring it with you?" Brooklyn Lifo. Agent I Publlshod Every Tuesday and Friday proving ,t37 1 M utia t Blue-Gra- ss In Det Moines, Iowa, narrowly escaped one of Cautious. the set crest nttacVa of pneumonia while in the Mr. Ellas Nobbs was noted for tho ex- northern part ot that State during a recent billhad Mr treme caution of his speech and manner. iard, says the Saturday Review during lllaliestorm the occasion to drive several miles "Seems s if Elias cxiectcl his promises and was so thoroughly chilled that he w unabio an niter was goin to ketcli him round tho neck to get warm, and inside ofwith hoursevere his re caso of a turn he was when ho wnn't lookin," remarked ono of pneumonia orthreatened Mr Hlaliewnt to the lung fever. and got a bottle ol Chamber-lain- 'l his neighbors, who had tried in vnln to nearest drug store had Remedy, of extract from him a definite agreement heard, Coughtook a number which he doses. otten He of large and wonderful and in a short time In regard to some farming work. sayi the effect was he was breathing quite entity He kept on Sometimes this rcninrkiiblo prudence thetrediclneand the neat day was able to of Mr. Nobbs caused Ids fellow towns- come to les Moines. Mr. Hlaitercgardi.nia cute as simply wonderful. people considerable amusement. On ono For sale by W II. MeKoberU, Druggist, occasion ho wns telling n friend what a great wifo ho had. K. Dallon. of Iowa, Wren on a "Her mind kind o' runs on ser'ous Luray. Russell isit to Kansas,Mr.'W. at the labora called Co., things, though," ho added. "She was tory of Chamberlain & to , Uea Moines, 10 snow boy. whose life had been telliu today how that if I died fust she'd them his Cough Remedy. It havsaved by givo mo a good burial, an hoped I'd do ing cured Chamberlain's severe attack of croup. very him of a tho samo for her in caso sho was the Mr Dalton Is certain that it savedthehis boy's lifo Remedy and lsenthUMUtic In his praise of fust to go. For sale by V D. McRoberti, Druggists, Stanford, Kv. "Sho's ben a good wifo to mo," added Mr. Nobbs solemnly, "an I told her that if she died fust, an I was alive, I'd eeo or that things was carried out to please her." Youth's Companion. tak-In- g 8tan-ford. Mr. t. P. Wain, an extensive real estate dealer Stockholders' Mooting. ' Clover liny For Snlc. or unbaled. Will deliver either to Rowland or Stanford, i'rice rjrllow. Bo im II. IIEAZLEV. Stanford, Ky A meeting of the stockholders of the National Hank of Hustimvillo will be held at their banking house In Huttonville Tuesday, Jan. o, 1894, be- Either baled For Htmt for 1894. mm 11 .Tor Bml9 or Hnt. seo-n- d mm wmwm, CARPENTER, f well-know- n PENNF Dentist. Blue-Gr- our-sel- y to-w- PRICE, bo-lo- w m m. PsiwrteF 41 Ml, J. n TO TSX TiAT)TTg. -- Pure Pro'r., Original Jellico Coal. pet-offi- ce Tloreno Hotl, Largest and Beat Selected Stock Fruit Trees For Sale Nmvr .M-m-tnT- 53-6- by-la- hvery-thin- Fint-Cla- ss Orchard, Lawn Garden. r. by-la- every-thin- g r, ry THE RILEY HOUSE 63-i- m net-wor- FOR SALE. Commercial Hotel, ey NOTICE. cmr ORDI1TA1TOEI 7S-- A BiaOFTER. D I . vesti-bule- d r.rt si-le- 13 V$W CUT? u. JAPANESE THE GOFFEY HOUSE ITotioQ Ac For Hnt. JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 1 be-fo- re j.7-1- 1 11 n. Stanford BANKS THE JEWELER. REAL -:- ESTATE ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. 3TACTFOXUD. and Insurance Company Stock Most Complete jCtjj. PROPERTY" FOR BARBEE&CASTLEMAfl hand-bill- s, court-hou- se (J0rKS.!r3iw5fl Man-age- r. 3PM1I:P iWSMM gteytr JTM- i'j Clue-gras- s 1 Ninety-thre- e d, -- two-sto- ry Christmas Present hand-mad- e YEAGER & BOOTS OK ID m Ter-hun- -- black-Bnake- T. J. HATCHER tliem a Call. -- !2 Lsfc .. 71 jr: t -- j?