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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894010501 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 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. s - v- - - - 'W. Semi-WeeklVOL. XXI. WILLIAMSDURQ, WHITLEY COUNTY. y Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 5. 1894. LIBERTY. THE IRON AND COAL INDUSTRY. How tho TnrlfT Bill Affects LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. NO. 88 . Circuit court begins next Monday. J oo McCarty is out again alter n spell of pneumonia. Tho Misses O'Mara ontortaincit n fow of their friends Monday evening. Dr. John Foley nml MIbs Sallle were married January 1. A freight train was wrecked about two miles North of town Tuesday night. Six cars of coal wore thrown from the track and piled up by tho breaking of n brako. No one was hurt. Two very old ladies of our county died last Thurmlay, Mrs. Jerry Jones and Mrs. Sallio Steely, both being about . 75 years of ago, and wero Miss I M. Myera closed her school in the depot district lost Friday. Mrs. J. L, Whitehead very pleasantly entertained tho Endeavor Societies on Friday evening. Our school oponil with a full attend anco Monday and moro are coming in every day. Tho boarding hall of tho Institute is open for boarders, which is in chsrgo of Mrs. F. 1$. Webster, of Louisville. A protracted meeting is in progress at the M. 12. church. He v. L. L. Kick utts, of Columbia, S. 0., anil Kev. W. X. Krupp, of Cincinnati, are doing tho preaching. Tho house is crowJed at every evening service. Wo aro sorry to note that llro. llor-towho has professed to bo u democrat, and his paper, tho Advocate, w Inch h.is been an independent, have gone to tho republicans. Bro. Horton is a Jonah to any cause. Ho was a Confederate and lost, and while he claimed to bo n full blood democrat, they loat, and now he has gotten on board the old already sunken ship of republicanism and tnsy he go down with them into oblivion, for ovou this tho third and last time. Uro. Horton, as democrats wo bid you a long andallcctiouato adieu. Christmas is over and everything is moving on as before in our little mountain town. No one was arrested for any misconduct nml wo did not see a great deal of drunkenness, yet wo are sorry to say we have a fbw men in our community that have not as much respect for themselves as tho ho!, for ho only applies the tilth to the outside of his body, but these men do not stop at that but fill their bodies with rotten ntuif that a hog would not touch, and then ono evening I saw some young boys drinking that should have been dressed as children used to bo with ono long garment; and upon this occasion it should have been raised and their mothers' slipper vigorously applied. I know parents know of these oUVnses and yet try to keep it from getting out instead of bringing tho men to justice who furnish their boys with whisky and prosecuting them to the fullest extent of the l.iw. m fllsteis-in-law- n, sol-dl- er tho Development or the South. dling whiskey. The following from tho Washington Absence from tho county, and a se- Post Is published by request and becanse rious attack of grip, from which tho wo nro not afraid to give both sides. writer is still sull'ering, have caused our Permit mo to any a few words from a in the papers lately. business point of view on tho disposiAt tho Sunday School at the Christian tion made of coal and iron oro by Mr. church on lastSabbath day tho otilcers Wilson in his proposed tarill bill. Ab wero for tlu ensuing year, and ono largely interested in tho industrial Mr. Silas Tartar from the Walnut Grovo development of the South, I have School delivered an interesting lecture. watched with satisfaction the remarkaSickness is somewhat prevalent in ble development of tho iron and coal rethis section now. Mrs. Jno. W. Wilkin- gion of Alabama, West Virginia, Virginson is Borionly ill. Maj. G. W. Dyo is ia, and Tennessee. Why should all this still battling with the grip. Chsrlio Sharp bo stopped? Why should the industrial la still low with typhoid fever, but ia awakening of this part of the country be said to be on tho mend. checked? Why Bhould tho particular Col. Silas Adams says that Liberty industries in which tho Southern StateB is a better place for the inebriate than uro interested aud upon which tho contho Keely euro institutes; that tho quali- tinued prosperity of so nnny localities, ty of whisky . issued privately here to bo many railrouds, he thus doomed? the thirsty, would put tho most confirm- And worse still, why should these Indus ed sot against tho beverage. tries be stricken down by removing all Col. Silas Adams will start to Wash- protection while the rates of duty in ington tho latter part of tho week bo as nearly all other schedules have been cut to bo ready for business next Monday. about 33 per cent. Is there any fairness Mist eg Amanda Stone, Dollio Cowden, or justice about this? Is there any prinBnd McGarvey Wood went to Huston-villi- ) ciple about such a bill? Why Bhould Mr. Monday toattend Christian College. Wilson And it necessary to destroy his Several marriages havo taken place own particular industries to demonsince our last. On last Thursday near strate his loyalty to a principle whilo in Dunnville, Mr. Kobert 'Williams and other suctions of tho country ho ia conMrs. Hettie Dunham wero joined in wed- tent to let it rest by a withdrawal of one-thir- d lock. January 1, Kantlo Brown was of tho protection? I sincerely united to Misa Lizzlo Vandeveer at I'res-colt- 's hope you will call tho attention of fair hotel by A. J. Gibony. minded democratic members to this lack Wo learn that on Shuck's Creek on of harmony in tho Wilsou bill with a Christmas night under the influence of view to rectifying it in the House and drink, a prty got up a row, in which Senate. It is purely n question of labor William Turpin and Geo. I'emberton Give the United States tho Bame priced wounds from a pistol in the hands hbor, both on the railroads and steamers of Clel lUndolph. Several others drew and in tho coil mines, and it might be pistols. Tho causa was said to be a wo- possible to complete with foreign coal. man of ill fme Here are the wages in coal mines at MIDDLEBURG. Col. Taylor was urreated at this place last Sunday night and putiu jail for ped- home aud abroad, taken from the books of largo operators: Tho Hoard of County Supervisors ifl in session this week. An old negro named Win. Garrett was adjudged a lunatic by Judge Kobin-so- n Tuesday. Mr. K. A. Burnsido has commenced receiving and prizing tobacco at tho Jno. Duncan warehouse The union meeting will bo held at the Christian church Sunday night. Sermon by Kev. Greer. Mr. Gib Terrell and Miss Jennio McLean were married Wednesday at tho residence of Mr. Arch Walker in upper Garrard. On account of his business, Mr. R. E. McKoborts declined to servo as city councilman, and Mr. Dick Ward wob appointed to tako bis place. Col. D. K. Collier and family are moving into his property on Lexington street. Mr. Batson has moved his family to Dr. Walter's on the same street. Kev. Geo. W. Gowan, of Eminence, has been engaged as regular pastor at tho Christian church. Hois a young, able and earnest preacher, and the congregation is much pleased with him. He will conduct the services at that church next Sunday morning. Tho city council met Monday night and appointed Mr. W. II. Wherritt cltrk. They held another meeting Tuesday night but adjourned until Saturday. There are fourteen applicants for tho marshal's place and three for city attorney and it seems that they are having Borne dilliculty in making tho selections. Kay. J. K. Tercy is confined to hia bed by n severe case of pneumonia. Ho preached at the Baptist church last Sunday night and woo taken suddenly ill shortly after tho services. He is in hia room at the Mason hotel and his host of warm friends aro doing all in their power for him. At this writing he is a great deal better. NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS, FARRIS & HARDIN, Dealers in Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Queensware, Glassware, Harness, &c. Plows, Waggns, Harrows Call and Examine their Stock. New Year, New Prices. On account of the mild winter we have left on hands a fine line of Men's Heavy weight Cheviot suits, all late styles, which must be closed out in the next 30 days In order to do this, prices must do our talking. $11 cheviot suits will go at $S'. $14 cheviot suits will go at 59.50' $15 cheviot suits at Si S18 suits at S14; S17 suits at S12.50; $16 suits at $13. Mens', youth's and boys' overcoats at cost. We propose closing out the above goods, so call and sec our goods at once and be convinced that this is the time and place to make your purchase. 1.-5- FOR : SPOT : CASH I 0; W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard-- . DRUGGIST TT. JEWELER. "Watches, Clocks, yt pros-poro- CRAB ORCHARD- '.- News has reached us thst Mr. J. S Fish will soon retuan to his honio here. Mrs. II. L. Steger is sick. Mis Hut tlo Harris is some better. Mrs. Alice Newland has been sick for some time, but is much better. Dr. Dooruu has asked us to correct the report that ho gave presents to tho poor children Xiiihb ovo. It vhm Jimmiu Slaughter who gave to them, and the doctor olIv furnished their names. Tltis was most commendable in Jimmie, and wo hope he will bo rewarded a hundred fold for hia chanty, for them is a prom Many little children lso to this ellect. wero kindly remembered on the Xmas tree. Chris Huthinson is preparing to go to Shakertown. Misses Josio and Aunio May Stephens havo returned from a pltasant visit to Standford. Mr. K. II. Bronaugh is able to be out after quite a Miss Virgio B9veao spell of aickness, of Livingston, visited Miss Maud Ballard, Pettus last week, and tho latter returned with her to visit Mrs. W. It. Dillion Dr. lluszley is with his parents for a abort stay. Miss Louise Kohler is with Mira Lizzio Gormloy. There has been a week's meeting at the BiptUt church, that members of nlj denominations here, have greatly enjoyed. It has been conducted by Kev. sou of our townsman Anderson. Ho has two years yet to study and wo by predict a brilliant future-judg- ing we heard of him. His church what made upflOand surprnod him with the gift as ho charged nothing for his services. His delivery is splendid and his manner earnest. port Iihs been forwarded to Washington The total number on tho pension rolls "'ho annual from Kentucky ia 29,707. ia 4,0:$0,107, making value of tho rolls an average of $34 per year for each The amount expended since The net cash balance in the United States Treasury at the close of tho past year was J9.483.035, and the gold rea. rve Toere was a net dewas$80,S9l,U0O ot 10,89 GU2 in tho public debt crease Deless cash in the Tieasury during cember. county la The property of 10,950 assessed at $123, 1 1 There waa a new arrival at Jefl Godby's Friday. Charles 12stea killed a wild turkey during the holidays. McO. Wheat has sold his stock of good- -, to Prof. J. W. Allen. Wm KstoF,anoldand much respected citizen of the Mu Salem vicinity, is lying very low, with cancer trouble. Ho is not expected to recover. He has been under treatment of a physician in Tennessee but it seems ho has grown worse. Tho holidays just passed were thought to be the dullest ia the recollection of our oldest citizens. There wero a fewpocial Catherines .with the young folks, together with tho college entertainment which made up tho attractions of the week. Jas. Hogue, Jr., and Miss Agnes Flinchum wero married at Grove, this county on Christmas evo. Also on tho day, and at the same place, Mr. Critten-daSpears, and Misa Mollio Oaks were made one. Sunday morning nt S o'clock Key J Q Montgomery paid the words that mndo Wilford Dyo and Miss Lucv Swopo husband ntid wife. Tho groom is the only son, and only child of Dr. and Mrs. I. C Dve, and is a clever young man, while the bride is the pretty daughter of Mr. and Mth. B. K. Swopo to be an excellent woman. and The contracting parties started immediately after the ceremony for Garrard county where they will visit relatives cf the bride, and return hero today n isf-ai- Christian College Notes. The boarding department is tilling up rapidly, only a few vacancies remain. Misses Amanda Stone and Dollie Cowden from Liberty, entered on tho first. Mrs. Lucy Wood, of Liberty, brought her little son McGarvey, up on Monday and entered him as a pupil in Christian College Wesley Bailey and Phil Nunnelley, two excellent young men of Turnersville neighborhood, matriculated in Christian College, Jan. 1st. -- Those, who desire to teach should not fail to attend tho Normal Course for teachers which begins Jan. 22nd. It will bo interesting, thorough and instructive. Miss Hertio Enoch, a graduato of Christian College, Class '93, will teach a spring school at Turnersville. Miss Pension Aeut Walton's annual re- July 1 wrt8f2,KW,40S,D3. To the Democratic Voters. I will be absent from the county for two months, but I hope my friends and School? 7 What caused Dr. Samuel Johnson the voters generally will bear in mind to write that I am a candidate for tho office of 8 Who was "Tho Wicked Wasp of County Judge. I believe that the unof Twickenham," and who named him derstanding is that tho primary election such? will not be called boforo the last of April 9 What wo.nan deserves credit for as or tho first of May and I hope tho comsisting in Introducing into England mittee will not call it sooner. (or small-pox- ? James W. Givkns. Knoch graduated with high honors, and the community is to be congratulated on securing her services. Questions kok Literature Class. 1. What Khglish Kings wero authors? 2. Where did Evangeline meet Gabriol tho last time? 3 What wore tho five reasons, given by Lord Byron, on his death bed, why he desired to visit America? 4 Who ia the author of "Tho wind ia tempered to the Bhorn lamb."? 5 Where waH Tom Moore, when he wrote his poems to Nea? 0 Name the members of tho Lake Miners 62 19 GO Drivers 2 00 Blacksmiths 2 50 90 1 00 Miners (by ton) 2 20 Engineers 2 50 91 1 05 2 00 Trackmen, Ac Careful estimates show that fully 95 per cent of the cost of coal is labor. Tho long and short of it is, wages of tho American miner must come down if tho duty on tho coal comes off. Reduced to an vd valorem basis, the duty on bituminous coal (anthracite coming in free) is now less than 25 per cent. Tho McKin-letaritr put a lower duty on coal than the Clay tarill" of ISJ2, and lowor than tho Walker taritr of 1S10. To put coal on the freo list would therefore bo nothing short of a wanton blow at a class of men who perform a disagreeable and dangerous work for piy which U now far too low. When coal comes to the seaboard, which is tho place where tho price of it is ati'ectod, it is, at wo havo said, probably 95 per cent labor, Coal is not worth more than from 10 to 15 cents in the mines. For tho sake of cheapening the prica of bituminous coal a few cents per ton to wealthy manufacturing concerns, aud to enrich tho foreign producer, it is proposed to reduce tho wages of nearly 350,000 coal miners, and there by impoverish nearly 1,500,000 mou, women, and children, whose existence, in a measure, depends upon tho prosperity of n grv.tt mining innustry, carried on in no lens than 29 States and Territories. Tlrere is no demand whatever for freo coal from the American poople. The present duty on bituminous coal ia not in any way a hardship. It simply enables tho bituminous coal operators to pay a higher rate of wages to tho labor era who mine the coal. Tho impoverishment in this particular case will come to tho South, which produced in 1S92 about 25,000,000 tons of bituminous coal, or of all tho bituminous about coil. The importation, free, of coal at tho Atlantic porta will havo the immo diate ellect of reducing the output and price of Southern coal. What is true of coal ia equally true of iron oro. It is estimated that the wages districts of the paid in tho United States nro twice those paid in England, and about four times higher than in tho Spanish mines. It Bhould also be remembered that for every dollar the coal and iron company lose the rail road companies will lose two or threo. Theso twin industries are all labor, labor, labor, labor, from tho moment the drill taps the rocks until tho iron or coal ia hoisted into the blast furnace. In tho interest of labor see that these industries aro fairly treated. I do not believe in making flesh of ono industry and poor red herring of the other. Geo. M. Milleh. y one-fif- th United States Great Britain $120 1894. To tho Membership of tho Christian Church at Hustonville. Dkak Brkthkkn. Time is short. The past year has gone to record for good or for evil. 1S04 is here. Wo aro all sowing tho 6eed of an eternal harvest, "What shall that harvest be?" "Whatsoever a man sows, that shall he also reap," God has called us unto fellowship with his Son Jesua Christ, having translated us into His Kingdom, that no might be with God in secur ing tho conversion of tho world to Jesus Christ. To this end we have been made members of tho Church of Christ. Christ is our only head and his will as revealed in his word, is our only law' That holy word assures us that "no man liveth to himself," that each member of tho body, "shall bear his own burden," and in this way aid in bearing tho burdens of each other. "For if there bo first a willing mind, it is accepted according to that a man hath, and that other men be not eased and you burdened but by an equality," tho joint contributions of all, may supply tho wants of all and thus our equality in contributions will correspond with the equality of spiritual blessing and reward in the everlasting Kingdom of God in Heaven; for God's holy word declares that each one, "shall bo judged according to his works." Ability alone, creates accountability. "Where little ia given, little is required, where much is given, much is required." Let us all punctually attend our meetings on the Lord's day and enter upon the Now Year with solemn resolves to study tho Bible more, pray more, and work moro for the salvation of souls, than ever before. Lst the Lord have tho full benefit of his own day. Sunday visiting thus neglecting the Houso of tho Lord, is "robbing God of his tithes nud of his offerings." May each one of us be filled with tho spirit of God, and then will his lovo bo shed abroad in our hearts and made real by "keeping his commandments." Let each ono of us vow before God that in tho light of his word; and in view of the account each ono must render unto Christ, of his stewardship, that whatever our failures may havo been in tho past, present duty is plain, viz; that what I can do in the future tor the gospel, I ought to do, and what I ought to do, by the help of God, I will earnestly try to do. James Fryk, II Brown, W. L. A Complete line of Drugs and Medicines, &c. Prescrip- tions a Specialty. jl. :r. ZFiEisriNTr. cho HAPPY NEW YEAR! Thank You, Call Again. FOR to Plated Ware at lowest prices. Attention promptly given to repairs. Gold, Silver and Drugs, Books, Everything In our line. Prescriptions compounded accurately from the very BLST DRUGS AND CHLIHICALS. Come and see our goods. Prompt attention given to all customers. W. B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. SIGN of theBIG STOVE We are now moved and settled in the room around the Farmers Rank & Trust Co., and prepared to carry on A First-Cla- ss Grocery Business. Your are cordially invited to Come in and inspect OUR NEW -- GOODS, And get- - OUR NEW PRICES, Before Buying. Williams. W. H. WEAREN & CO. Cashier Campbell, of the South Bend, Ind., National Bank does not want to seo hia bank lose money. It was robbed of 113,000 and rather than have his patrons lose tho money he has Will be delivered right at your door on the following days or the day donated the amount himself. You will not be disappointed. It will be out your way Tho notorious Rev. G. F. B. Howard, thereafter. proprietor of the bogus European Claims as follows: Every Monday Agency under tho aliases E. Ross, Jos- Crab Orchard and Preachersville Pikes eph Leger and Wm. Lord Moore, was Dudderar's Mill flke Every Tuesday convicted on eight indictments at Jack Lancaster Pike Every Wednesday boh, Tenn. Every Thursday Danville Pike Attorney General Hendrick is inHustonville Pike Every Friday dignant at what ho regards as a upon him in the governor's mes- Somerset Pike Every Saturday sage. Ho will request a full investiga- Stanford Every Saturday tion, his reference being to tho execuEvery Wednesday Rowland tive's suggestions concerning compromALBERT HOMMEL, Rowland, Ky. ises of State assessments of railroads. relit-c-tio- . ,- - p ,.w.. 'i !. f ' " J' '- - :;" iMiwTtyr, ,i iiii)iii'liriiJMitawaM)SliMMhii iidipMM mi gmt4mii6&it mmmfumtmum Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 5, 1894 Stanford, Kv., January : i t W. P. WALTON. 6 OR 3 I PAGES. : M The Legislative democratic caucuses for $125. got through their work in Bhort order The Louisville Store wishes all of "Us customers a most happy new MT. VERNON, ROOKCASTlE COUNTY. Hiid it was promptly endorsed on the asL.E. Hop. ThoB. year. No other house did, could or would sell such perfect goods at Uou. sembling of tho bodies Tuesday, Mrs. Nesbitt's school will open Moni To the Editor Interior Journal.) such A. J. Carroll, of Louisville, was, as day next. Lkiunux Junction', Jax. 1. The secand elected with- office that of superintendent of printnominated Tho board of supervisee aro raising ond annual Ball of 1)1 v. 103. B. of L. E., out opposition, to be speaker of the ing supplies, all of which will bo en- a large number of assessments. occurred this evening in Stophetn,' Hall House, a compliment never beforo ex dorsed by those who hope to livo off tho Tho wife of Samuel Myers died on A very largo number wern present and tended nor could it liavo been more the government, but will be objected to Tuesday evening ol consumption. enjoyed the excellent and varied program He will make a by the common, every day tax piyer. worthily bestowed. A now force pump is being put in greatly. Among the ladies present were capital presiding olllcer and here's wish-iu- Thero are now 2,237 lunatics in tho three the well lately dug on church street. noted; him pleasant Bailing over the turbu asylums, which are full to overflowing, Mrs. Cleo Brown entertained the Mrs. J. P. ICearns in dark blue serge As the- lent Legislative aea. J. L. Mono ami and to provide for tho over increasing Ladies' Aid Society New Year's eve. with magnificent corsage, bouquet of Green R. Keller were elected clork and number of unfortunates the governor Tho trial of tho participants in the Marochal Neil roses. nistant clerk, a swap around from last suggests additions to tho Anchorage asy Pino Hill shooting has been postponed Mini Ella D.iut, black Bilk and lure. session, Ulie J. Howard, of Ghent, won lum on tho cottage plan. Among the until next week. Miss Mollie Glenn, of Louisville, over two competitors the enrolling other suggestions are the enactment of a Prof. Dickersou opene.1 a select brown pilk with diamonds. clerkship, making a phenominal race for general law for the government of cities school in tho public building Monday Miss Maggie Meikly dark green broa Bo young n man. Kobt. Tyler was chosof the second class; tho careful consider- with a good enrollment of pupils. cloth with American Beauty roses. A. G. King beat ation of the constitutional duty of estaben for Sergeant-at-arms- ; Mr. Fred Hart.of the State of Mrs. R. L. Martin, shotted silk with our man, J. 0. McWhorter and several lishing a "House of Reform;" a law regis here visiting friends. He liv- roses. others for doorkeeper and Todd Hall ulating voluntary assignments; tho re- ed a number of years at Conway, this Mir-Willie Magruder, green silk and Sold them in 1893, and we thank the public for its recognition of the wan made janitor. The Senatorial nomi- vision of the statutes pertaining to char- county. roses. all of whom were elected, were W. itable institutions; a uniform law reguD. C nees fact. No other house will, can or would, if they could, gjvC such W. II. Spradlin has rented tho Mrs. Warren, black aud white satin. E.Goebel, president; T. G. Pooro clerk, lating the appointment and duties of Poynter dwelling, where ho will reside Mrs. Luther Scinlon, black silk. splendid values for the money as the Louisville Store, will give durMr. D. B. ICdmiston withdrawing beforo election oiliccrs; a law providing for the until his building is erected in West Mt Miss Lottie Slade, of Louisville, brown ing the year n ballot; Mrs. . 11. Jtichardson, enrolling filling of vacancies in certain judicial Vernon. elihmsilk, American Beauty roses and Sommere, sergeant-at-armclerk; Charles E. offices and a law forbidding tho comproCivil Engineer Spradlin has platted diamonds. G. A. Keadriek assistant; and J. K. mise ot cases of assessments made by and mapped West Mt. Vernon. Two r , red and black satJ iss I o ia Whitaker doorkeeper- - Under tho new the railroad commission. Two things in public wells aro being sunk aud a num- in with gold Imml trimmings. law the cloaK room keepers nnd the pag- tho mefsago will bo received with de- ber of other changes made. Mies Sherman Nappur, orange siitii), es have to be elected and the principal light. The first tho assurance that he T. J. Pennington is down with tmnF-Ie- Iflco overdrew! nnd diamonds. contests were for these positions, there will not prolong the session of the LegCol. R. G. Williams leaves for his Mid Mattie Nappur, blue Henrietta being 14 candidates for pages in the islature beyond the constitutional limit Louisville law school after a two and fur. And we invite a continuance of the liberal(patronage bestowed upon Hmis. which is limited to three. When of CO days, unless he feels justified by week's visit to homefolks. Miss Kale N'apper, pink allmtrot-our store. January always marks an era of money-losi- ng sales. Per. tho House was called to order at 12 m. tho existence of exceptional conditions Thu town board of trustees were cloth with haps losses will be heavier than ever bctore as merchants feel the want present and insuperable necessity, which he does sworn in Tuesday. Police Judge Carter Tuesday there were 91 members Einuia Napper, red fcilk and lace, of a id they were at once sworn in, Pat Mc- not anticipate. Tiie second is that the held over on account of tho newly elect- rOrU'8. Miss Obrieti, of Shepherdsville, red Donald, Eeq., administering the oaths. largo balances promised to the treasury ed candidate, H. W. Rice, being ineligiThe caucus nominees were then elected will enable the law makers to reduce ble, not having lived ono year in the sitinand American Raauty roses. Miss Kate Coekrell. china silk at d and then tho message from the Governor taxatiou several cents on the $ 100. place. was read in both Houses and the first Tho old jail lock used for many flowers. The democrats in the Legislature will yearp, with a key wiigtiing two pounds', Miss Lizzie Mclntyre, of Louisville, daye's lesson closed most auspiciously. to nominate a nnd one Such will be our case at least. We start the war on prices this week day bright and early, Speak- meet in a caucus The next that was never picked, will be crape do chine, blue ribbon and roes. er Carroll announced his committees, candidate for U. S. Senator. It is said placed back on tho jail door. The new Mrs. Cha. Harris, steel grey silk, ferns Come quick for pick and choice at the and the record was again broken, as that Judge Lindsay's name will be the lock proved a plaything when the pris- and natural roses. Miss Abbot, of Bardstown Junction, heretofore it has taken a week or more only ono presented. Tho republicans oners could get a good sized splinter or a The chair- have done Judge II. F. Finley the emp- beef rib to make a key of. black satin; diamonds. to make the assignments. .Miss Alice Merryman, of Louisville, men of the most important committees ty honor of nominating him. They also J. M. Brown, night operator at Hazpink silk and lace, with diamonds. are: E. M. Dickson judiciary; I. A. Spal- nominated Mrs. Georgia Shelton, of Co- el Patch, is at home for a days. Mrc. All tho railroad boys were present and ding railroads and commerce; W. W. lumbia, for librarian. ETC., O. F. Sweeney joined her husband, who Cleaver charitable institutions; Hanat Lon- helped to mako things pleasant fur their combined wisdom of tho Legisla- lately entered tho drug business The son Boreing education; E. Bainbridge A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietors. day the don, Monday. Joseph Brown is in from numerous visitors. I. M. Quigley ture is not able to decide what Scallv's band, from Louisville, furrevenue and taxation; U. S. Senator shall be elected. The con- Ladonia, Texas, visiting his brother, Dr. T. D. RAXEY, Manager. Landlord R. M. general statutes; R. K. Hart ways and nished the music. stitution says it must be held on the J.J. Brown, and other relatives. Mr. J. Hooker furnished and excellent supper means; S. B Vance court of appeals; Fen-to- n second Tuesday after its organization, but French, who left here in 1SC5 for the Davk Buitakhs. Sims criminal law, and Wm. Crieger West, is hero to view tho scenes of his at midnight. as organization was perfected on Tuescodes of practice. Hon. Harvey Holm Bessie day, tho question is, which is the second childhood. Misses Lena and A POOR MEMORY. has good assignments on general statutare visiting relatives at Parksville. Tuesday, next Tuesday or the Tuesday es, court of appeals and codes of pracJudge Mullins, of Livingston, was hero tVIilctt III llettrr Hulf .Inc Sncccfully. following. tice. II. K. Hay, of Boyle, is chairman A Cn of IIUrlillnr. Tuesday. Mrs. D. N. Williams is imThe republican members of the Leg- proving. of suffrage and elections. Lt. Gov. Al- 'My dear." said Mrs. Dillingham to iord also announced the Senatorial com- islature went through the farce of nomi The Ladies' Aid Society request con- her husband nfter their return from a call, "I am very much afraid you I will offer at public auction at my store in Hustonvillc, Kentucky, on mittees. Wm. Goebel was given tho nating candidates for all the positions in tributions from all who have relatives Nx-itchairmanship of the judiciary Rosel the body, V. II. Jones of, Barren reciev-e- d buried in the old portion of Mt. Vernon nro getting to Ihj a chronic exaggerator." "Well," hiiorunl her husband, "I just the votes for Pretident of tne Sen- cemetery, to be used towards erecting a Weissenger general statutes, &c. A. R. defy you to oint out a btatement of Dyche is on immigration and labor, mili- ate and Dr. A. I). James, of Muhlenbeag, fence around same, besides building a mine which transcends tho bounds of tary affairs and federal relations. J. C. for Speaker of tho House. It all look- retaining wall on the south side, which strict truth!" Lay is assigned to internal improve- ed very much like child's play. At the rosdicks awhile ngo tho sub- - ,s94. a 'cc line of General Merchandise of every description. It is is rapidly crumbling away and falling inments, propositions and grievances and to tho public road below. If allowed to JVUb III lilO UUI1I I'iPllUUlI IIHJIUII UJHHI II1(J IEWSY NOTES. religion nnd morals. The body has go on much louger a number of the iloctors mllti nml illness, anil I took tj remark that I had not needed a started oil handsomely. Now let it go Petersburg. graves will be destroyed. The estimaCholera is raging in St. physician's .services except when the to work, finish it in tho constitutional Cincinnati is about to expend one ted cost of the contemplated improvetylimit of CO days and the members will million dollars upon the improvement of ments is $300; a fair portion of which children were born und when I had To secure goods at your own price. I am going to move and must phoid fever." of the peoher parks. earn and receive the plaudits Riibceribed. has already been "Yes, I heard you." reduce my stock. Remember the day and date. ple. Four men were killed in a rear end "Well, of courso yon had to top mlno LawFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. with a declaration that, barring n mild The majority of the ways and meaiiB collision on tho Rotk Island near rence, Kas. caso of measles when you wore 0 or 7, committed has finally agreed to recomfor rent. Apply to T. M. Farm you had never had any iibo for a physiEight players lost their lives on tho mend a 2 per cent, tax on incomes of cian at all." foot ball field during tho past season White, Stanford. 4,030 ard over, an iucreaaa of 10 cents a John Pepples sold to John Andert-o"That's what I said, madam, and I'll in this country. gallon on whisky and a tax of two cents of fat cattle at 3Jc. stick to it!-- ' Three men were killed and a num- six head on a pack of playing cards. The com"Yos; that's tho reason I'm nfraid you In 1803 thero were 52.37S.2S3 cattle, explosion of powder mittee also agreed to extend the whisky ber wounded by an 1;S07 hogs aud 47,273,553 sheep in are developing into a chronic oxaggora-tor.- " 10,09 bonded period from three to eight years. in Roxbury, Mass. The year past has been to us all a stringent one in money matters inaugurated at the United States. Gov. O'Farrell was "Well, I'd just liko you to toll mo It is stated that only S5.000 persons will Richmond, Va., Monday, amid great It is said that there has never been when I was sick!" and for that reason I have been very lenient toward those whose acbe affected by the income tax, which as much plowing done this early in Jan "Benjamin Frnnklin Dillingham, has counts were due in July. Now will brin a revenue of S3J,000,OvW the pomp and ceremony. The weather has been per- it escaped your momory that our wedAn Indianapolis man who died re- tiary before. first year and ? 10,000,000 thu secoud The ding had to bo postponed, after tho day of his fect for it. tax on playing cards and the increase of cently left a will giving 5 to ono The Woodford Sun sava that several was set and I had all my thing rea ly, the whisky tax will put $15,000,000 in brothers and $25,000 to another. erect- crops of lambs have been sold in thnt becan-- o you had an attack of brain fever A new thirteen story building the treasury and hurt nobody. Thero for June delivery and which kept you laid up for live weeks?" I ed by tho Young Men's Christian Asso- county atsix cents " yes. I had overlooked that." Hanks and individuals have money to loan and urge those who owe are differences of opinion as to the proJuly delivery. I need the money, it is due me and ciation in Chicago was opened Monday. five cents for "Mr. Dillingham, is it possible you me to come and settle at once. priety of an income tax, but it is claimed J. Mac Hubble writes that he has hnvo forgotten how you broke your leg I want it. Nathaniel Wheeler, whoso name has that it is the fairest method of all taxaMcKinney for vrbi'io hkating tho first winter after we long been identified with a popular sow- trraded his property in tiou. L. D. Garner farm of 300 acres near wore married, and that it was quite I the ing machine, died at Bridgeport, Conn. has moved there. spring beforo you got out again?" The Hopkinsville Kentuckian is 10 Tho Hon. J. E. Bennett, Presiding Walnut Grove and "You don't call that an illness, do you?" To my customers for their patronage of the past and hope to ever Foit Sale. 20 good cotton mules, 21 years old and as sprightly and as attract- Judge of the Superior Court of South "Did you set your own leg, or did a merit vour confidence. a maiden of that age. For 15 Dakota, died suddenly of heart failure. of them mares, average 15 hands, (at and ive as Briscoe. Burgeon do it for you?" McRoberts years Charles M. Meacham has been at Tho business portion of Toledo was ready for mark5t. "Now, don't go asking foolish quesBriscoe at Shelby City. the helm and worked till nearly all of visited by a destructive fire. The loss is Address Jerry tions. That's just liko a woman." An inimenco orange, weighing al tho rich red hair on tho summit of his estimated at $S30,000, with 5700,000 in"Oh! it is, is it? Perhaps you forget, GI'.OKGK 11. I'KIJWITT. U. 1). KING. most two pounds and measuring five and too, that attack of dyfqruprfia, just after cranium has been worn off, aud yet he surance fallen in pleanant is so strong against a quarter inches in diameter, has been Frank was born, winch nearly killed says his lines 'have Public sentiment places. Some men are extremely easy the election law that Senator Halo an- grown in the grove of Mr. Fessenden at you, and the nervous prostration that gavo Dr. Kallowmel n steady incomo for nounces that the Republicans will not Tampa, Fla. to satisfy. MORELAND, KY., The wheat is looking fine. The re- threo months?" oppose its repeal. Dillingham was silent. Mn. Ulie J. Howard, of Ghent, who We have opened up a nice line ol cent warm spell baa enabled it to acThe Odd Fellows have a plan on hand "Then, of course, yon don't remember won the position of Enrolling cierk of the for the establishment of an orphan quire good root and it is in excellent that caso of grip which kept you in n Houso over such heavy odds, is a broth asylum. It will bo built by thu various condition to go through the winter. W. month only two years ago, nnd which er of the young lady who formerly taught lodges of B. Kidd purchased in the year 1S03, nearly carried you off entirely. After tho State. music in the College here and like her, head of cattle in Clark and surround- you got ovor that you had" Charlie Mitchell, it is said, is growisaa preposessingaa he is popular. He ing nervous as the time draws to hand ing counties, and paid for same tho round Dillingham held up his hands. We arc daily receiving' our Fall Goods, which wc arc marking is an excellent young man mentally, so"Hold! That's enough! I Burronderl" sum of $310,000. Hu shipped last week for his fight with Corbett and thorn is "Now, my duar, I might have contra- down lower than ever. cially and physically, and has a bright about 300 head bought at 3$ to talk of his backing out entirely. dicted you beforo tho company when you Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you Winchester Democrat. future in store for him. The mail matter on tho Chicago boasted about your extraordinary im- money. DANVILLE. munity from diseaso, but I desisted. The old saying that few office holders Burlington & oQuincy railroad caught are openingup a splendid line of Fall Millinery. ro and 1 Backs of letterd to California Many wives would havo dono so, but I has found an exdie and none resign (Ailvocnte.J Wc havejfor sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. had too much respect for my husband to ception at Frankfort. Postmaster Saffill and western points were burned. J. M. Collins will manage the Opera do it." Uarrodsburg claims to have a Houso. has resigned to go into other business, "You nro real Irind." cfc colored woman who tips the There were 59 interments i n tho but he would have had to have got willy "Yes, love. Oh, by the wny, I need n beam at 350. When born she could eas- Danville Cemetery last year. nilly April 1. new dross and o bonnet very badlyl I ily have been placed in a quart cup. m The ladies of the Christian church think I can mako do this time." Dan Saffrans, aged 52, a prominent have determined to build a parsonage. Dentists Had better keep their eyes "All right, dear. You shall havo it. skinned and a gun convenient. A Chi- ward politician, of Lexington, died Jrom Dr. Fayette Dunlap was defeated for I'll give you a check for tho amount becago bridegroom nearlv whaled tho life the eflects of an over dose of chloral. council by W. II. Harris by a vote of 4 fore I leavo for tho storo in tho morn ing." out a man of the forceps because ke Bad health is supposed to have been the toO. Court. When vou come Ho was truo to his promise Puck. Farris& Whitley sold to D. N. Brew- cause of tho act. hurt his bride in pulling her tooth. g Gov. Brown's message is quite a comprehensive paper and n number of excellent recommendations are made, but his reference to the railroads nnd the suggestion of conferring plenary powers on the railroad commission to arbitrarily fix rates, &c, is a demagogic appeal to the prejudices of the masses, which can always bo depended on to go "agin and is unworthy of a statesman, oven on a hunt for votes. After doing as much as tho next man to make the management of tho penitentiary by tho sinking fund commission a failure, he suggests that the thing be divorced from nohtics bv the appointment of three ca nablu men at good salaries to seo after those institutions and report monthly He also suggests the creation of another rail-roads- ," hogs, to go Opponents of the proposed income lilt, two hundred tax are confident that It will bo defeated this week, at 51 and bought of Dick Cobb, 175-pou- in tho Senate. Tho Globe Theater, Boston, burned Mondav night. The Hatilon Brothers were occupying tho house with "Super-ba,and they lost all of their scenery. Tho loes is about $330,000. A bill to make the silver seignior-ag- o in the Treasury immediately available by issuing certificates against it has been introduced in the House by Mr. Bland. Secretary Carlisle is reported to bo more favorably inclined toward coining the seigniorage than isfliiing bonds. " at 2J and 12 long yearlings, averaging 800 pouuds, of E. Dunn, of Garrard, b!x feeders, 1,100 pounds average, at 3J. Tho same firm wei.hed to Simon Weilil, for Goldsmith, of New York, 112 head of cattle. This shipment completes the sale of 3S5 head of prime export rattle to Goldsmith, for which a little less than $21,000 was paid. M. M. Sandidge ifc Son sold to Shel Harbison, of Lexingold combined bay ton, a toppy mare for $100; Jerry Biscoe sold to pamo old combined gelding party a three-yea- r ox-po- r. rt Happy fleoi Year. six-ye- ar LOW - PRICES -- Wash-ingso- n, Louisville Store. s s; Wi-o- s. 1894. to-da- s lace-Mis- s READY MONEY. STA2TFOB,D, ht fv LOUBSVILLE : STORE, Mc-Cln- AUCTION I d TUESDAY, JAN. 9TH, CHANCE OF YOUR LIFE JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. TIMES : ARE : EASIER, W-wli- y, SM VERY GRATEFUL H. J. McRQBERTS. t KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, Dry 5,-1- 1.3-j- 11 1 iaWc Corn Wanted. 2SHTG PBEWITT. $-1- PAi YOUR SUBSCRIPTION, MONDAY, to IRHi'BEB Semi-Week- ly InteriqrJouknrl FANCIES OF FASHION VARIETY AND ELEGANCE OF FUR, LACE AND DflAID TRIMMINGS. Rtyllili JnrlintD nnd Ilnrulaomn Coatiiir.iw. Clirrry lletl I'wr 'Winter SotnnNmr I lulu, Iliiiiurt Arc Orowlnc Iloittit irully l.vm. Aluippliir; line Mint lie Mmlt to Mntcli. (CupyrluLt. 1893. by American Press Assorlv tlun.l Stankoud, Kv, Januaiiy r, 1894 U W. P. WALTON. TAKK THE., i I'limMaiiWJB f)) U lOtfWIUJ JiIIIT fjLHjtAtOJUflp- - THE POPULAR AND DIRECT ..LINE TO., OHKOAGOD, -- And., POINTS ALL WEST .And., ITOBTM "WEST. WORLD'S FAIR Can, Tallmin liufftt Sleerwri, at ftv;iisji7nr ri wVBwmt,..AmM " kTTf-iw-ZlTT-t- 1 lott ratet. vfe Ttxw IIILE 'a1 ) W nro I gnruivnts, both for out nnd indoors, it ih not an idi-nf.tnev lit nil, nnd few know how to get tho .IK YOU ARE GOING right kinds together. Ono lndy had on S bluck velvet inihtnry cniMj, nnd thoro were threo rows of Alnskii twblo nround . , ..Tim it, ntid Btnndin? tijiwiird from vach of tho thrco rowa were Mat bands of white valencicnuno lnco nlwnt nn inch wido. Tho ncretio t'Sjirertsion of tho wearer wn by no moans justified, as tho combination wnn most tasteless, nnd though tho wero fine, tho gvticrul effect LOUISVIllC 4 NAtHVIl.lt R. R. was cheap nnd glaring. If any whito iaco is to do imo,! With fur on nny o it thi line for fou, a. ll garment, it should bo duchess or ventiati jwinL On tho daintiest bounots of tho senoon thero is n bit of point either Mike cto connection, at ftretchM out with fine wiro nnd made into butterfly wings, or it is LOUISVILLE And OINOIlf If ATJ oa tho under sldo of tho brim. stretched For all ointa. Tho riowcst fnncy in nil tho flat laces THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. is to linvo them stained oitlier ten or HAOOAOK CIIECKUO THROUGH color, or oyster, which is n kind of For anr informauon ciottlr of grayish whito. Theso would naturally JOES. HICK. Ai.tit, Or aunioru, Kt bo tho colors of laces that had been in n W.W. PENN.Trav. Pat. Arent. family for generations, nnd of course Junction C'tT. Ky tho older a piecu of loco is tho handsomer nnd moro valuable It is to tho wenrer. OHIO Thero is, however, very llttlo to bo said CHESAPEAKE In fnvor of lnco nnd fur a n joint gnrni-turfor anything. Jot and tho beautiful costlo braids It seems should bostifflcient where fur not used, Philadelphia ought to boiseufllcient and fur trimming itself, though on n Baltimoro, Now York, velvet, Milk or very flno cloth, silk emAnd all other Kutcrn CitUi. broidery picked out with jet beads makes Ltunion and an elegant and suitable bending for kinds ShortaitLlie KuUra Pointi. of fur. 1 saw a Iouk clonk todnv of hoavv. IN EFFECT "nv. i, iSjt blnck falllo nnd blnck velvet. The clonk Lexington IEAHTIIOU.NU. fnillo nnd fitted like newmar-ke.... 7 Ijaca was ofAll down tho center ofn the back Atlantic Eapreu No. i, iiif Accommodation, No .4, x Sun.1l.4n1n Midland daily 6.t5ptr nnd on tho front to tho waist lino was n Vnlinuted Eaprctt. No .it't at Mt. Sterling Accom , No. .3, ca. Suu . SVPn uuim of embroidery, thickly studded WFJT ROUND. Arr. Le.inBton: with bends of very flno cut jet. Thero 8 noan Laitnjtnn Accom No 7,ex Sun ... were uudorsleuves of faille, with velvet 11.40pm Loultvllle Etprtti No. it, dallr ....... Lexington Accom, No 15, ea Sun. ...,.. 4 tjpn cuffs, richly beaded, and long, black . No: ij, dail 6. io.n V.ttlbulrd Etprett velvet juivo sleeves, lined with silk, borSTREET TEA dOWNS. S0I1J Wtllbul.d Tralnt nth Dining Cart Ni dered with rviblo and embroidered in bua iranftrt silk nnd jot. Tho high color was nlso nro too pretty to bo confined to that color Through Slepera frum I.eiiL(tn ithoul stiff with bended embroidery. This was nnd wo may expect to see them in varitbanjec. 0.11 RYAN, ul together n suiHrb wrap, nud it would ous rich, dark colors. Nicotino and chestItrc-W. FULLFR, - , ... x.. ,a...,n.n 1.. a.. v.vu. it... rQ,, v,E, , ".. hnvo bveu cheapened by having whito nut brown, tho favorito new browns, waimnfton, u, t; uncinnall will bo very handsomo tnado into such lace Hewn ujwn it. Flat lnco insertion makes n very pretty jackets. Thero is nothing very riow in bonnets and tasteful trimming on homo dresses NorfoIkiWesiern R.R where tho contrasting color shows tin except perhaps that they aro growing tho dollcato pattern, nnd perhaps thero 'smaller by degrees and beautifully has Ikhmi no fancy of Into years thnt was lesfl," until now thero is nothing to many S'hrdule Nov I;, tJj to dainty. Many silks and woolens have of them but n bit of a wire frame with Njvernl of theso rows of insertion, and or without velvet strings, and a jet or I EAVi; NORTON DAILY l"12 60p m fr Graham, Hliirficld, I'ocahonta' nil nro pretty. A novel nnd effective gauze butterfly or nigret or some ridicLjrn hbiiu, Ktchntord an I Nflulk trimming is ofton made by ladies in this ulously smnll flower or bow. But their bleeping Cart Irom KiuimWe to Nortalk alt way: They sew two lines of nnrrow, main object seems to bo to hold upright fram I ynchtiiirj to Uich noml Tralnt Inr I'ntahoniai, Powhatan and P.ooln colored serpentine braid on their gowns, some glittering bit of nothing of conse will Iimvc III tificli1 lailv at 6 yt a in, 11 j$ p tn Leae IUur'ild J a m and 9 oop m dally fi nnd between theso work in Bulgarian quence, i no tea caps nro larger than Konova ant Columhut, O Chicago and all point stitch a series of conventional design in tho bounots, but aro generally prettier. in ttain lor Cv Weit Pullman leeper on 9 Thoro is a fashion in shopping bags ono or more bright colors. This stylo of lumlma Tralnt arrive at Notion Iroul the Eatt daily a crocheting is very effectlvo on house nnd reticules that bids fuir to become 1140a in dresses, and tho pattern can bo worked general. Tho nowest bag is large, mado sr irther information at to tchrdutet, ratr in wools or with silks. In some cases a of the snmo material as that in the dress, Ac , apply to agenlt of NtiVIU ,t Wettrrn Rai W II 1IKV1LL, road flat braid is sewn along instead of em- nntl lined with silk that is gauffered at (Sen, Pan Agt Itjiuoke, Va, broidering the conter, and on this is set tho top, where tho wido ribbous aro run M F IIRAC.G Trav Pan Aent nt intervals imitation jewels rubies. in to slide over tho arm. Theso reticules garnets, Amethysts, turquoises or emer- - ft very useful and aro often quite orna IIenriettb Uousseau. nlds nccording to tho color of tho gown. mental. Thero was a very pretty tea gown oi Tor n Chrlttmns Gift. pnlo bluo and blnck ringed chnllio, which Anything suitablo for a Christmas wns tastefully trimmed in this style: Tho gown ojR'iied down tho front over n present for gentlemen is most hard to full waist nnd puuel of bluo satin duch-eas- devise, but a handsomo pair of suspend-er- a will provo ncceptnblo. All the necesThero wns n double ruffled collnr of tho chnllio, and tho sleeves were sary materials aro a yard and n half of crushed gigots. All nround tho chnllio ribbon of uny preferred color and emSirs. E. J. Howell, Mcilfortl, Mass., says tier portions was a lino of trimmings mado of broidery rilk to work with. Thoy can mother ha teen cured of Scrofula ly tho uso berjwntino braid and Bulgarian stitch in bo mndo of heavy, whito grosgrain or of four Iwttlcs of VjWJVJI nfter baring had nil and blue. Another row went around satin ribbon, with small vino worked ment, anil being tho bottom tnuch otlicr of tho skirt, nnd tho two wero 6olid iu two shades of green. After fin- reduced tc qulto a low condition of health, as It placed diagonally upon tho sleeves, and teas thought sho could not live. one row was placed upon each rufllo at Cured my little boy of hereditho shoulders. Altogether this mado an tary scrofula tCu vrhlchap- - exceedingly handsomo tea gown or n 'c0" For gown for homo wear nt almost anytime. Icared all otcr his 9s n 3 Ctrl had QjilTenupallhopo Ono of tho novelties is to havo laco of his xffX,''noovery, when Anally sowed over with colored beads outlining uso Induced to I wai tho pattern. Often where thero is n AfcxrlK) 'ttlcs cured hlin, and no floral pattern the bends aro applied to symptoms cf tho dlscaso remain. follow nature as closely ns tho caso will JUta. T. L. Mathbki. Mathcrrllle, Miss. allow. Black and whito laco aro thus Ok took oa Wood and Skin titeatet mailed free. fiwirr srscuic CoAUaata,Ca. used. Tho whito lnces thus bended aro used for berthas to evening dresses and as festooued flounces. Tho blnck laco is set on tho solid colored nnd blnck silks for handsome oveuiug or dinner gowns for married ladies. One very pretty fancy wan working violet colored and pearl beads over a light pattern in whito Spanish lace. Pink and green in the light wax or"6atin" beads also To Young worked out a delicate vino with rosebuds. Mothers w 2 Another handsomo design was threo rows of wax jearl beads sewn closely on a serpentina braid an inch wido, nud on tho edges of this thero was u fringe of cut ishing, press with a hot iron feen crystnl beads. Threo rows of this were two heavy or thick cloths. J yof set on tho skirt of u whito urmuro silk tho largo dry good stores thoy v ount for a wedding dress, mid tho snmo wns them iu different styles. lavishly used on tho bertha. Thero are A very pretty pair wero fJtff- ed in Makis Child Birth Easy. rufllea of braid woven that way, nnd whito kid with gilt buckles. aother 2 Shortens Labor, theso nro often nlmost entirely covered pair wero mado of light blue m rsgrain Lessens Pain, witli beads, blnck or other color, and ribbon, embroidered in n wreatj of yelEndorsed by the Leading Physicians. havo friuges of tho same. This makes it low jasmine. Theso wero unusually atJlook to "Jfof htr$ mailed FREE. easy to trim a garment. tractive, and being mounted in (ho same ORADFIELD REGULATOR COTho variety uud eleganco of tho uew manner ns tho white mndo n mott charm-iiic- i ATLANTA, OA. Aqnes Geoiwu. gift. mohair and silk braids ns trimming for DY ALL. DRUOQISTS. l.O IHYlIU l For Information addreti IAS. IIARKKK, O. P. W O CKUSII. D P Chicago. tcl toKtthor trimmings for ninny rta lnco nnd for NORTH WEST, m out-f'.il- Double Dally Trnlim cof-fe- o & GIVEN almost nil kinds of garments mnko it la a Candidate lot Countv'Judffe 0f Llncon IUD. fur easier to have n handsomo garment ject to the action ol the Democracy. nt tho least expenditure of timo or strength than ever before I saw ono O. P. HUFFMAN costumo of light brown vicuna J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. with three graduated rows of black laacandldate for Jailer, subject to the action of braid. There wns n stylish jacket the Democratic party. He would appreciate your 23d, 1894. of dark chocolate brown beaver cloth, with Bovernl rows of stitching around tho Full corpi of Comcrvatory and Normal School teachen. Superior courses in Literature, Music ano JOHN M. JOHNSON edgo and dO largo horn buttons. Tho An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. collar was of red brown velvet, with n la a Candluate for Alienor of Lincoln county ubjeel to the actlor. ol the Democratic party. V shaped vest and collar showing slightly, nnd nindo of chamois skin. Tho bonA. GIVENS net wns of brown velvet, with n few r bends nnd n tnn fancy mounted feath- Ii a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, er. Tho gloves wero tan. Tho eyo trav to tho action of the Democratic party. eled from bonnet to tho foot of the dress in a pleased review of tho component parts of this refined and quiet costume. It candidate I havo noticed this past week that as- thea democratic for Jailer, tubject to the action cf party. trakhan is quite largely employed ns insets in skirts of coats nnd gowns in M. wedgo shaped pieces. This is really n Is Keceivingr His beautiful fur, and it lends itself bettor It a Candidate for Attcttor, subject to the action thnn any other fur to this stylo of trim- of tne democracy. ming. I havo seen many garments, par: : ticularly of natto and nmtelasseo goods, where tho vest front, cuffs and collarIt a Candidate for ettes wero inndo of ostrakhon. But it of the Democratic Aneitor, subject to tne action Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. party. should in any such caso always bo the molro fur, as it is called, such as is obtained from tho grown animal. It is said that that which is closely curled is Ii a candidate for reelection to the office of Alienor, of obtained by inclosing tho littlo animal democraticLincoln County, tubject to action of the party. in a bag, leaving only its feet and head out. This makes tho hair cnrl into tiny DAWSON, rings. I fancy it would make anybody's hair curl to bo kept sown up in n bag. li,a candidate for jailer, subject'to the action of Cherry red la ono of tho favorito huos the diuiocracv. this winter, nnd it is exceptionally becoming to almost every womnn, nnd it BAILEY, is pnrticulnrly so to women in their forIi a c tndidate for jailer, lubiect ties. Tho bright color should bo brought the old Jeflertonlan democracy.; toftheaction Jof Ikj shown up under tho throat nnd nlso NOW FUHLISIiED in Fomo sort of hat or bonnet trimming, WALLACE E. VARNON, or as n bow in tho hair. Vesta of other It'a candidate for re- - lectionpo the o(Hceof Counmaterial havo ribbon ties of cherry ty Judge; subject to the action of democratic partsatin or velvet, or crapo cravnU liko ythose of littlo children. Worn with n blnck or gray or brown dress thU bright B. bit of color is very pleasing. Candidate FOR Among noino of tho minor things of It a Democracy. for Jailer, tubject to the actionfof A YEAR. tho tho Peaaon nro very hnndsomo sleovelert jncketH of black velvet, with n full ruflle W. W. HAYS, of four inch black chantilly set nround OJTE HUNDRED AXD FOUIl PAI'Ens A YEAH, tho rather largo nrmsizo. Another frill It a candidate lor alter, subject to the tlemociaCT. OH LESS TIIAX OXE CENT l'EIl COPY. of tho Fame lnco borders tho rest, tho Tlie populnrlty of the Gnicltc extendi from Occitn lo Ocean. rufllo nround tho neck falling downward From every pnrt of the Glulic tlie nctvn Ih Riven In reover tho shoulder. Theeo jackets aro liko HAMPTON, liable aliiiiic. 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' I I I' Ml f have been better for you, my fine fellow, if you'd done the same." Wo wero taken up to tho magistrate's office. Coralic, unveiled and clinging to me, was stared at by tho crowd. BEFORE THE WAR. Tho news of tho arrest for attempted was hinted abduction of a slave-gir- l about, and public attention and curiosity wero divided between us and tho TO DB COXTIXCED. victims of tho accident, who wero now being brought ashoro on stretchers from tho hospital. Hundreds of men A telegraph station near tho river and boys followed us tip tho street, and had sped tho news of the disaster and the magistrate's ofllec, tho passage nnd tho return of tho Prentiss with the vie tho stairway were thronged. I saw tlms and survivors. A thousand peo- threatening looks directed toward mo, ple were gathered at the Baton Rougo nnd heard tho words muttered: "Yan" landing as wo approached. Soveral of- kee," and ficers took possession of tho gangway CHAPTER xrr of the boat and permitted nobody to IN8U8I'ESR. land. Tho captain was called for; a I entered that room with Coralio long telegram was handed him, and n and took a seat within the railing. brief csjllorjuy took place. "I know nothing of tho Cotton Tho crowd, eager for my condemna Queen's passengers, ho said, "nor tion, nnd cruel as any mob, pointed whether these people wero saved. nt ns and whispered. I sat down, hopeless and sullen. In fifteen minYou'll hare to Bcarcli for yourself." A faint hopo sprung up in my breast utes events had so shaped themselves that wo mlcht escape in the crowd and that hopo was somcjtvliat revived at tho confusion. It quickly died. Whilo least, I know that tho expected blow tho ofllcers wore keeping tho clamoring was averted for tho present. Tho judgo enmo in and heard the passengers on board, and preventing any access to tho shore, a small steam- nccu.sation. lie was a portly, man, nnd I thought looked with er came up tho river and landed. I saw Conrad Bostoek and his gang jump some compassion nt me. "This Is a very serious charge, young ashore and hail the ofllcers on tho Queen. They wero allowed to como man. Where are you from?" "New Hampshire, sir." aboard, and Coralio and I wero at onco "Is It possible that so young a perarrestsxl. In her presenco I was handcuffed. son as you has come down here In this She clung to mo, and begged them not nefarious business of decoying nway our property?" to separate us. "You nro to go before tho magis"No, sir; I havo not" trate," said one of tho ofllcers. "Como; "Tho complainant charges that you nil these poor wretches in tho saloon wero trying to ribduct his slnvc. What do you say?" can't be removed till you arc gone." My recollection of what Coralic's "Hold on!" said llostock. "I must find that cunning devil, Wash Le father and Lo Fevro had said, told mo Fevro. He' at tho bottom of all this that I was guilty of just that offense, no matter what my motives were. mischief." From the depth of my misery I raised Still, I did not wish to confess it. My my hand and cried: heart swelled with indignation against "lie Is bevondyour persecution. IIo the assertion; I could only keep silence. bravely perished in tho wreck." "Where is the slave?" tho judgo "It's just as well for him. It would asked. Coralio was pointed out to him. He On this doctors don't disneree. It ratty looked at her with surprise. "That person?" he said. "Can it be bo regarded ns nn assured fact that tho possible?" delegates to the Pan American Congress "She was the born slave of the late at Washington, who travel over the Pierce Bostoek, of La Fourche inteChesapeake. iS. Ohio Kail way will, with rior," put in the lawyer whom Conrad one accord, Draise its scenery and train had brought with him. "My client Inservice. There is nothing in the way of herited her, with tho other slaves and lovely mountain views and pictureequo property. This young fellow has been off to vallejs ol the Virginias, to compare caught in an attempt to run her whole the north. That is, in brief, tho with that through which the case." Ohio Kailrood passes. There "Well, sir, have you nothing to say?" is nothing of historic nature in America the judgo asked, with some sternness. as great as a trip through the Virginias There was much that I could say and there is no other railroad in Ameri- without any admission of tho charge. ca superior to the 0. & 0. in the smooth- I said It In brief sentences. "Pierce Bostoek was my friend the ness and stability of its tracks,(the F. F. schoolmate of my father before me. I V. Vestibule Limited being one ol the was visiting in his family for months e famous trains of the world. The before his death. This lady is his & Ohio passes through Bull Run, daughter. It is necessary for me to Manassas and other noted battle fields state that we were engaged to be marand is in all respects tho best routo for ried, with the approval of her father. Wo were on our way to the river for and South-Wes- t the West, North-Wee- t that purpose. That is my side of the to the National Capital. For copy of story." Virginia in black and white, free and Coralic nodded, nnd took ono of my full information regarding ratrs and hands in both of hers. "Stuff and nonsense!" growled Contrain service, address C. B. Ryan. Aesis rad. G. P. A , Cincinnati, Ohio. tant "A very pretty story," sneered the lawyer. "But your honor knows that Personal: Bear in mind one tihng.thnt under our law the consent of the slave if business, pleasure, or necessity calls cannot at all affect the guilt of her you away from homo at any time, be abductor." particular, to have your route fully decid"That is true," observed the judge; "nnd this is a time when n clearly-prove- d ed upon and arranged before starting. attempt of the nature here Many things should be taken into concharged must be punished with all sideration, especially the inducements tho rigor known to the law. Our offered by the Wisconsin Central Comsouthern institutions must be uphold, pany to thopo who wish to visit St. Paul, nnd dangerous fanatics from tho north Minneapolis, Ashland, West Superior, must be taught to respect them. Whilo this is true, there seems to be some exDuluth or any point In Wisconsin. Their trains leave Chicago at conven- traordinary features about this case. The accused Is young and has not tho ient hours. Their rquipment is unsur appearance of a common slave stealer. passed by any'.line in the Northwest. His statement is a curious one. Ho Clofo connections are made at St. Paul ought to have counsel. Is there tiny and Minneapolis, with the various lines gentleman of the bar here who will running to all California and Pacific udvisc with him?" A rosy, spectacled man near tho Coaf--t points. agent for full bench said: "Your honor, I should deAk your nearest ticket to appear for tho defense in any information, and be particular to see cline common case of this kind, but I have that your tickets read via the "Wiscon- become much Interested In these persin Central Lines." Jas. 0. Pond, Gen'l sons from what I have seen nnd heard here, and I agree with tho court that Pass. Agt , Milwaukee, Wis. there must be something extraordinary about the matter. If I may retire with The Q & 0. would be pleased to hare IN DIXIE'S LAND "slave-steolcr.- fine-looki- Ches-apeake- While I am led to believe that thoro is some evidence that the complainant is the son of the deceased, we give notice that the most positive proof of that fnct will be required in the ease of a man who was disowned by his reputed father from the time he arrived at his majority, and who is known sib one of the worst blacklegs "and I remember now that there was a good deal of talk about his family affairs. Thoro is very much more thnn this girl's freedom depending upon the facta of this case" "Do you think you can save her?" I e agerly asked. "You've got a case here," ho .answered evasively, "that tho best lawyers of Louisiana might take hold of. I am not ono of tho best; but my sympathies nro greatly excited for you. There is a long aud stubborn legal battle to be fought. When I came in here with you, I had no iden of the nature of tho case. You ought to be defended with real and ability; but it will be a tedious fight, uud a hard one. To be perfectly frank with you, lawyers nro no more mercenary than other men; but it is extremely unfortunate for you that you arc a poor fellow, without means." I took.a roll of bills from my pocket. Part of It was the remnant of what I had received from Deacon Hnllock; with this was five hundred dollars more that generous Le Fevre had handed mo nt Doualdsonville, merely saj'lng: "We may be separated. Take It, till you can repay me." I handed one hundred dollars to the lawyer. "Do your best," 1 said. "I have more." He put it in his pocket with groat complacency. "At least," said he,"I can get you time, aud embarrass the other side. Now, put everything in my hands. Don't open your mouth without my permission. You've admitted nothing, so far, and I don't menu you shall." Back in the courtroom, my counsel was on his feet, nnd addressed the judge like a pugnncious terrier. "Your honor, my young client here pleads not guilty to this charge, lie admits nothing whatever, and requires that everything shall bo proved. The statement that he made to your honor is true In every particular. We deny that this lady is or over was a slave. She is the daughter of the late Pierce Bostoek, reared in his family from infancy, both here and in Mississippi, and always treated anil acknowledged as a daughter. If there is the slightest evidence to the contrary we shall produce a cloud of witnesses from the parish of La Fourche interior, nnd from the vicinity of Vieksburg. legal status is so strangely in controversy here " A note was at this instant handed him bj- an attendant. I learned afterward that it was addressed to tho judge, with the words in tho corner, "please read Immediately." He checked his remarks, and read It, "This is most extraordinary," ho "This case is filled with sursaid. prises. Let the people make room there, and admit this gentleman." I had not the slightest premonition of what was about to happen. My yes were fixed upon the crowd, and as the people slow ly parted and made way I saw a man come forward. My heart gave a bound. It was Alfred Dorion. - I Farmers Bank&Trnst OK Co STANFORD, KY., . Is now fully orf snited and ready for business veltk Paid up Capital Surplus, . - $200,000 000 it SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIO.VAl BANK OK STANTORD, I'ror. K. W. StmUli, Prln. Commercial College) ot Ky University, Iexlniton, Ky., waa awarded SXIIY'ft Ql'khky to Inokhhoi.u This beautiful cong (words ami music regular Hliet tnusio hI.-- i will Ih iiihiIoiI to hiiv one enolo"im: V ill statnpc to I) G. Kil wards. Gnr.tl Pawner Agent, C II c I). K. K.Cineinnmi, Ohio UuclfUn'B The best salve In the world tor cuts, bruise sores, ulcers, salt rhetiiu, fover sores, tetter, chap-pt- d hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup t ons aid positively cures piUs. or no payre;uir-e- l. It is guaranteed to iris, perfect satittaktio Pnrn 15 cents per has or money retuade.1 sale by A. R. Pennr. Sunlord. rCv Jor For a sorelhroal there is nothing ltwr thin flannel bandage rampened with Chmolaitl's l'aln Halm It ill nearly alwav fleet a cure in one night's time. This remedy is alto a fasonle or rheumatism and has enrcu miny severe Orug 50c bottlesforsalebyW.lt MtKoherts, ( SMnlnril" " Now closing up) with the same assets and undt BT THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION. the same management For Nyatftss rHo4k.kerplnsr ssisil (Jrrsrrstl Hy provisions of its chatter, depositors are at llisalssraa Cells east 1st is. fost to complete fully protected as ate depositors in Nations lluslnesa Course about ro. ele. Including tuition, books being held Individually nuu uunru. I'lionoKraphy, Typo Writing ana Banks, its shareholders tanajbt 'or circulars, address, liaotc to the extent ol the amount of their stock Teiearap therein at the par value thereof, in addition to ths IV. H. NntTIf, FrralUvsit, aslna;ton, may act as amount invested in such shares. It executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at an individual. To those who entrusted their tmlsiness to u while mnaginc the Lincoln National Bank ot Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt alien tion to aame, our twenty years' experience banking and as liberal accommodations as are con sistent with sound banking This stable, which Is run n connection with ths n Myers House, uasfbecn supplied with DIKKCTOKS: MEDAL AND DIPLOMA H. MYERS HOUSE, Tr STABLE P. W. GREEN, Prop. Arnica Salve J.J Wil lams, Mt. Vernon; b. H. Shanks, Stanford; J.S Owsloy, Stanford; S J. Kmbry, Stanford; J II Owsley, Stanfont; J K. Cash, Stanford. William Oeoch, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mlllcdt;evi1lt, Ky W' It Cutmnim, l'reachertville A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, u. ru.imer's Suppl.es and Is better than supply the public with prcpais FiitaT-oiaAs- a vr mas op all. kinds. civsnto Weddinss Personal and promptattention 1'srtiesand llurlals At, 1IURNS, Manajer !. W. csrs C.RKKN, Proprietor. AMIffiJF fflBBKBalll, Ol Cleopatra l.ojg lluckner. Walker Sutton, lames Carpenter, Jerry Wade Krauk AdMi, Miller llroadiis, W I) lar-dillUler, J01 tirtn Helm. John lUlm, Ilueh Kohl I.ytle,n tmbry. Win Jtnes ami Cook Kentucky hrre all rtsideuts ol Lincoln county, by associate ourselves together and beeonx' incot poratcd under the laws uf the State of Kentucky, pieied and adupt for the purpose hereinalter the following articles of Incorporated to li I The name ot If e corporation h4l be Clco- the United llfothers of Lodge, .No jj, nendship. II. Theprlncial place o' business at Stanton 11 1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY THE ADVOCATE Comes ts )Ou every other day In the year foon-l- y cheaptst and ImtsI paper In Ken-tu- t. if Thecents ky. so sets It for three months Ad TIIK ADOC Ai K. dress, Danville, Ky I'-.I- , Jo 41 of I nited Ilrothcrs uf Friendship Mon Hy lliese I'rrent, (hat we, Jo. Know All epht Keid, I). C JaiWiuan, AbeMianks Scott Capital Stock- Surplus - S200.000 21,300 along the river." claimed. "I'll call 3'ou to account for that!" the person referred to furiously ex- Cheea-peak- "Whenever you please, sir!" my belligerent champion retorted, with outstretched linger. "Order!" said the judge. "No personalities here." "I don't want to bo personal," continued my counsel. "Yet it is a fact that the complainant was put ashore from a steamboat below Vieksburg last June for cheating at cards." "That's so," somebody in tho crowd exclaimed. "I was there." "If thecourt please," said tho opposite lawyer, jumping up, "what has all this to do with the accusation here?" "Very little," said the judge. "Make your statement pertinent, Mr. Garnett." "I was merely warning the complainant that he will have no easy time in proving that he owns any slave. And your honor will see the immense importance of this investigation. Not only does it affect the right of this lady to her froedom and I use the word lady in the highest sense that can bo given it but the evidence taken here will bo used in another tribunal, in establishing the disputed question of heirship to the large estates. It will be a long and complicated investigation, nnd I shall see that the rights of both these interesting j'onng people are most fully protected. We nsk an adjournment of one week; that the defendant bo admitted to bail, and that the court will commit this lady to the care of my family pending the examination. I!os-toc- k to le II the general nature of the Vmsln-transacted shall be iht rinnj ol ai tu mrmb, r iirdistrcssed; the pie iding ol funis uhoare sick for the buiial of th dead and the therefor and of the membership geuerally, who are iit'l-Kev.11 the ami mtii, and to IxMfKenf the Ordtr In its chailtablr uml risking, and to do such things as tunic within the scope of Charity and benevolence IV. The corporation btHntf ircanucd fnr charitable purpuws uinj It is U have no capital tti k it stockholders, biitcacn person wlm cuntributea tu the corporation the siim of srven dollars sbsll be deemed a member ami entitled tn a the benefits as such, so loni; as he shall comply with the ruses cf the corporation and pav imh dues, fine s and aawssment as ahl U made against the from tune to time lor lis suppart V The corporation shall commence (rem the tiling ol the article in the proper l!Ue for rect the eipiration el twenty ord and terminate fivefij years conAVI. The affairs of the corporation are to be elecducted by a lbiard ol five lj) Directors, to be mrmtv. ol ted annually, frcm slid by the lawful the corporation, at their first meeting in December of each year. And at Ire same lime there stall be elected a Master, a Deputy Master, a Secretars and an Assistant Secret, rv and a Treasurer, which last named orscers shall he r exreutise officers oi the corporation, and shall fill the ramus chairs at the stated meetirs;s, aud ail uf hlch ofricirs hold cilice lor one y ear and tirtil their sue cessors are elected and qualified. T he Treasurer shall be reqirrcd to K'se bond for the 'althlul performance ot duly, III such turn as shall he filed by 1 he corporation the constitution and byliiws shall at once fill said oceato hold same until the The Famous Specialist, Tha nsidottlcers and HoaH election in December shall have such duties anl poers as shall be as. to be signed them by the rules a d To Visit Our City Professionally. adopted VII The private property cf the members Is to be earmpt from corporate debts VII The indebtedness of the corporation shall An, Excellent Chance for the Sick not exceed five thousand dollars. and Suffering. IX 1 he said corporalioe snail have perpetual the right to sue and be sunl in lis cor succession, porate name to base a common seal, to make contracts, to acquire property and transfer same at its pleasure as as a private Individual lo esand rules ar.d regulations for the tablish government of its members and shall ossess all And examination at his Private Parlors at tho powers of alxxly corpora e the X The corporation shall have th, r'ghi to reTuesday, ceivers rnemlrrsthe oprisent members nl th-- vo- Myers House, whlih this is formed, luntary association, 30, without the payment of the membership ft, as It succeeds to all of the rroprrty ol said association noon. In testimony whereof, witness our signatures From TiienJay morning till Wednesday noon. this atst day of November, iNj Abe Shsnks I. S Keid. Returning every four weeks during theyesr. D C Jackiuan, W M. lonet, J II flnwdus, Scott Itucktir, W K Atkins, I. M Wacr Lilian! Fisher, llenrr bailer, miih kmbry. 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Who else would you like to call?" tiik judoe "Wo will prove It by Washington Le Fevro, tho Into Mr. Bostock's over- W' JsKw, t Tho Volumes of the Magazine legln with the Numbers ol June and December o( each year, ..,.. .,.,,,. .. ttfrll .... ftm Ik ... ,,, ,,l ..... nn ....,..- - la.nllnn.il ,i,ht,ln,lMi., ulfl l.- gin with the Number etirreent at the time of the receipt of order. Uounil Vols of Harper'a Mag mz ric i 'r irirec years nack, in near ciom Ultiil-in- g will be sent by mail, on receipt ef Jt per volume Cloth Cases, for binding, mail, cents ea liy Remittances should be made hy Post office Mcney Ur ler or Draft, to atold rbance of loss Address IIAKl'FK ,V IlltO 1'llh US. New York ,.., -- post-pai- h-- post-pai- jj 1HIM. IS IN YOUR OWN IIANI). 1 1 What a splendid picture It brought before your mind! S ou read the glowing descriptions of the secret treamrcs which the genii of the rin spread cefuro Aladdin's gaie You perused this favorite story ol jours fn "Arabian Nights" when a boy, and your imagination pictured brilliantly for yen evtrything that the word suggested. posThat was when ou wero a boy. sibly, you are unable to doit, 'jhnll we tell you your liver Is sluggish, why? Most probably because and as a consequence you sutler from sick head ache, iizl nets and constipation. Do you want to curedall these troubles permanently, make your liver ae ive, vnur Imagination lively, and in general enjoty things at you did when a boy! All you have lu uu i to use Dr. Hcice s Pleasant purely vegetable, perfectly harmless, the smallest and easiest to take, and they re the cheapest because they are guaranteed to give or your money is refunded. What more can you ask? To-daPel-lets boy, whrse life had been them his saved by Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy. It having cured him of a very severe attack of croup. Mr Dallon is certain that it saved his boy's life tnd Is enthusiastic in his praise of the lterncdy. d, For sale by V. 13. Mcllobcru, Druggists, Btin-forKy. When on a visit to Iowa, Mr.'W. K. Dal ton. of Luray, Russell Co., Kansas, called at the labora lory of Chamberlain & Co , Des Moines, to show the accused for a few minutes I will bo able to say whether ho ought to be defended." The judge nodded nnd tho lawyer took mu out into a side room. "Tell mo all about It," ho said, kindly. A great deal may bo said in ten minutes. In that time I had given him tho main facts that had led to my present situation. no took off his spectacles and rubbed the glasses nervously with his handkerchief. "This Is quito out of common," ho said. "I never heard anything just like it." IIo asked mo half a dozen questions, each of which I was able to unswer promptly. He stroked his face thoughtfully. "I had some acquaintance with Fierce Bostoek rears atro." ho 6aid, "You couldn't prove anything to your advantage by him. if you could bring him here, as you can't. Ho Is at the bottom of tho Mississippi." Conrad's lawyer began to fidget nbout and his client looked troubled. After whispering together, the former said: "Wo shall bo able to prove all wo allege, yoir honor; but tho evidence is We consent to a not at hand postponement, and wo shall be entirely rcaily. In tho meantime, we insist that both tho prisoner nnd tho girl shall bo committed to the parish prison." My counsel was promptly on his feet to protesf.'but the judge told him that It was unnecessary for him to bo heard again. "This postponement will be ordered," ho said. "As for the custody of the prisoner, and tho female whose to-da- y. seer." ralmltry assume' to tell what the lines In joni hand Indicate It will amure you. If nothing niore. Tliu abote ulairr.im almort explains Itecif The length of the LI.NK OK LIFE indicates probable. EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT, Kacli IIKUKLKT aire to which you will live. you thirty yetrs. Well marked LINK OH IEAI) denotes brain power; clear LINK OH And chronic Ihseaeis in the (treat Jlelleuie and KOKIT'NK. fame or riches. Both combined meat, Chanty Hospitals, Ntw York City, and there success In life; b'lt yoa mut keen up nilb modern sul s ol this expenenco aro many phenominal ideas toulu It. You vtlll find plenty of ttusc In cures all user the State. Ho successfully treats Dunore-f- s Ftmlly Magazine, to attractlsely presented that every member of the family Is enter. I Chronic Acute ! Mined It a dozen magazines In one. A C'I,i:.Wt LINE OK IIKAItr bespeaks tenderness, a straight Ringing in Ears, deafness, diseases of the eye.ear. LINE OK FATE, peaceful life; the reveree If throat, lungs, stomach, liver, kidney, ur nary and A well defined LINE OK HEALTH crooked pimiralinii, dmbcles, dsspepsla, spires yon doctors' bills ; so will tbe health hints bladder, nervous paralssls, epilepsy or In Deinoresl's. No other magazine tiubiMie so constipation, rheumatism, many stories to Interest tho home circle. You will fits ilf inorrnids piles, cured without knili No from w.rk be subject to extremes of high spirits or deiiiil-enc- v pain a..d lo dituituni if you hae tho GIRDLE OK VIMS well Middle Aged Men Young inirkfd; keep ap jour spirit by having Demorsst's .Magazine to read. Hy subscribing to It for 1MI )ou will receive a gillerr of exquisite work' of art suffering from s;ern;aiorrhea and impot ncyas of great aluc. besides the fnperb premium picture. excess i ma17x',i Inches, "J'ma I)alyl" which Is almost a renl the icsult ot sei.abue in esvouuior producing some of the and other cau baby, and equal to tliu original oil palming which ture years effects such ns cmisl us, blotches, dea magazine that cannot cot 100 and you will have world for lis beautiful following bility, nersousntss, ilmlnets, confusion of Ideas, he eqtnleil hy any In tho and sexual defective lllUKtmttons an I subject matter, that will kctp av rs on to sccicly, unfits the mrmoiy for business victim eon posted on all tho topics of the day, and all tho exhaustion which 'ads, and different Items of Interest about tho or narnae,a.e pennatioi tly cured by remedies household, besides furnishing Interesting reading not injuri us. mtttcr, both gravn and gay, for the whole family ; and while Demorest's Is not a fashion mapazina, tu fashion ptges aro perect, and yon get with it, free of col, all the patterns yon wish to use during the year, and In any size on choose, tiend In As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc , four subscription at once, only J2 no, and you w 111 remedies. really get over 55 00 In value. Addrers the pub. cured by never failingsuch as Lcucorrhea, ralolul Diseases of women, b East 14th St., Usher. YV. Jennings Demorest, New York. If yon are unacquainted with the Menstruation Displacement inof Womb, bearing ahort time. Magazine, send forn specimen copy, A largeQlKD. down pains in back, relieved 1 he Doctor carries all nis portable Instruments ICNOI.K means honesty; a Urge TItlANf.LK, generosllvlong HIHST DIVISION OK TIIUMII, and comes prepared to cxamiuc the most obscure strong will; IONO SECOND DIVISION, reason. medical and surgical cases He undertakes no incurable diseases but cur Ing family, OP JTPITEK betokens smblt'on : that of SATURN, prudence : the bUN, hnnilrMla clven unto die. Address Correspondence solicited lose of "plendnr: MARS, courage; MOON. Imagination : VENU". love of pleasure ; and MERCURY, J. S. APPLKMAN, M. 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No expense Is spired to make Its artisiic attractiveness of the highest order Its bright slori-w- , amusing comedies, and thoughtful c suys, satuty all tastes, and its last page Is famous as n budgst of Hit and humor In Us weekly Issues everything is included which is of inter.' est to v.nmcn 'I he Serials lor i8t will bo writ ten by William lilack and Walter llesint, Short stories will b wrltteu by Mary K Wllkins, Maria Louise Peel, Kuth Mchtiery Muart, .Marlon liar-lau- d, r and others Spoils and In door dames, Social I utcrtainn.ent, Embroidery, and other interting topics will receive constant attention, A ntw series is promised of "Cofleo nnd Uut-doo- Harper's Yoang People - 3 00 Postage Kree to all subscribers. In the Tutted States, Canada and Mexico, The solumei ol the llazar begin with the firs Number for January ot each year. When no time is mentioned, subscription will tegln with the Repartee." HARPER'S PERIODIDALS. Per Year. H'rpcr's Magaiine Harper's Weekly- Harper's llarar M t co . 400 m Blood nnd Slcln Diseases. Number current at the time ol receipt of order. Round Volumes ol Harper's ilszar for thrco years back, in neat tlo'h bindlug, will be sent by mall, postage paid or by express, free of expense (provide the freight does not exceed one dollar per volumi), for J; 00 pe, volume. Cloth Cases for each volume, suitable for bindon receipt of ing, will be sent by mail, $1 00 each. e MonRemittance should be made by ey Order or Dralt, to avoid chanc: of loss Address: HARPER & UROTHERS, New York. post-paiPost-offic- v jr LygW) jyynwy twymypMmfitfiiwiiypJmffrmJ!f'lm0'mtt.''m H wm Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal iIANI'ARY 5, 18JJ I Ti.b 8omer8et Ihnking Co .declared .llvidend of 3 per cent. ft Yoon account is copied nnd do not lay pnyinR it. W. H. Wearon A Co. de- dTANFOHD, KY E. C. Walton, Business Manager MEANS BUSINESS. Buy your nchool hooka nnd school sup plies of nil klndrt nt A. It. Penny's. Watciikk, clocka unci Jewelry repaired nnd warranted. Knjrnivin n specialty, nt A. H. Penny's. Tiik Inherit stock of DruiM, Medicines, Perfumery, Paint nnd Wall Punur nt n Bpeclnl A. It. Penny's. Prescription PERSONAL Miss. POINTS. yea-terdn- y. J. S. Kick went to Louisville Susie IAsley, Miih. Fik Holmes was hero this week, tho RUeat of Miss MihhNkttik Wiiay, who has been quite ill, has nearly recovered. Mibs 1;iii,y Ai.k.xandku 1ir8 returned from n vinit to Georgetown. MtFri Mauy Kay in hem enjoying tho meeting nt tho Methodist church. Lou J r.. limn hns returned Iron) n visit to his daughter, Mm. Knlr, nt Hart ford. Missus Sciui: mid Annik Kluij havo ruturued from n visit on tho Kollin lurk. Walkuh Givknh hna jrnne to Lexington, Mks , with n enr load of Mm Jamk mules. Ma. tii;ooK A. Pkvto.v nnd family will occupy Mra. Kate Hays' residence on Went Mnin Street. Mim Mnti'iiY went to Lexington Mrs. to visit her Kuhnrd L). Norwood. Minn Vihoik Know. nnd nnd Mm. Mol tie Devers, of Hustonvllle, were the KtieetH of Miss Hortissin Myers. J Kir Jo.nkh nnd ftimlly hnvo moved from the country to town nnd will hen- nfter he found on Ioi.iu Avenue. Mn. (tKonuK V.TuiHHi.K.celihiHtd his Hh birth-dathis week nnd had mini-he- r of It Ih friends to dine with him. Mud. Anmk E. Wii.uikh hns returned homenftern pleasant vWt to her sister, yvn-terdgrind-daii(;hto- ny r 11 Mr. Mollio Dovers, nt HuMonvillo. Miui. II. !". Jo.nkii i confined to her ' bed with n brdnchinl trouble. Frank Jones Ih also 111 with a severe case of Krlp MlmKS MAOOIK AM) LlXDA to-da- y OWSLKY wi'l accompany their brother, John S Owsley, Jr., to Louisville to bee Patti. CiAiiB Lack by, Jr., who luw been very ill of inlhiiiHtlon of the liver, was nblu tD bo in town Tuesday, looking, however considerably like n ghost. Mimum Hlla May Sacniikhs, Lentlia Oiok, tattle Dillion, Virsio lUllnrd nnd Mittid 1'ettUH spent several dnjn with Mm. W. It. Dillion nt LivitiKton nnd hud n b)k' time. MlSSKfl Al.TIK AM) LlZZIK MaIIKMU'KY, went to tatiisvillc yesterday to hear Pattio. They were nccom pa tiled thin far by our faithful nnd indefatigable reporter, tanis tandram, Keii. of I .alienator, CITY AMU VIOWirY. DNK8, the A Nici:4-rotiii jM'niOti'H Jeweler. cottiiRo for rent. J. S. n HurIicu. Hr.ATiso stovet fi Co.'h. at cost at W. 11. Wear-e- My cottaire of o rooms for rent. Mis Msry Mntheny. Fon Hunt A house nnd lot on The indications are that the Iour spell Whitley Avenue. 0. O. WntliorB. of fino weather is drawing to nn end. II. Halanck of holldny stock cloHed out nt Itain nnd a cold spell nro tho probabilities reduced prices. Diwiku, the Jowoler. PnoF. W. D. Tahdikk, of the colored A few choice Roods left over will no nt school has on exhibition nt Jesse Thompreduced prices. To Becuro a bargain, ro sons barber shop a May polo platted by to Danks, tho Jeweler. the little girls of his school. It is veiy Uaiioaim) in jewelry. Holldny stock ingeniously done nnd reflects credit on must tiO to make room for now Roods for the littlo ones that took pnrt. 'Dl, Dankf, tho Jeweler. Tiik fellow who snid that it took threo Tiik little Kirl of I'rof. nnd Mrs. D. F. or four weeks to get well of tho grip afJohnson, whoae birth whs noted in our ter you were cured might bo thought to have been guilty of an Hihernicism, but lnat insue, died before it was n day old. ho never told a greater truth, as every llv tho ditching of a freight train nenr one who hns been aflhcted with tho misWilliainsburK, which wrecked live cars, erable diseasj will readily attest. Wo tho expresH north was delayed till near do nt least. ly noon Wednesday. I. W. Ghkkn deseroi the thanks of A Nkw Hutch kh Shot. AnderHon ourcitixdim He has ceased to ring that KjUTT iv Oo.,linvo opened a new meat old bell, which hns so long jangled out shop on Lancaster Stieet nnd Bay they of tune over thu Myers House, nnd will will handle the best of stock. They adopt more modern methods. The ringstart out with 37 fat corn beef cattlo nnd ing of an old hell for meals and other 05 line 1io;h, things belongs with tho blowing of a horn for lodge meetinuH to provincial 1J.JU. Oovkii hits bought tho store- - p'uees like Danville nnd Lancaster. house of J. M. It ynton near tho depot at LnncHBter for Sl.UOO. Ho nlso bought Tiik supervisors of the tax lists, the stock of Roods nt cost nnd turned Messrs. J. K. Diughman, S. T. Harris. them over to Mr. K. Drown whonlso ren- John Turnbiill and W. M. Hlggins, havo ted the room. been nt work nil the week, but have I). Gooch Satviiday's Courier Journal will l made h few changes. L. was appointed on the board for tho one of peculiar interest to Stanford peo-piWajnosburg'district, but being unable It will contain a four or live colto come, 'Squire K. II. Caldwell, Jr., wna umn letter from I'rof. Stephen I). Wil-lisent for and arrived yesterday. Thu profusely illustrated and descriptive work will bo completed of our facilities and advantage. Seo Agent A. A. Warren forextra copies. Owimi to Mrs. Reuben Williams' disinclination to sjrii tho deed of conveyFnu D.Twiiiwki.i., hasboiiRhtof J. G. ance, tuo trndo between her husband Wentherford, of Hustonville, his stcck and Mr. Joseph L'jtl'ey for their resiof dniRs, cheuiicah), fancy Rroceries, Ac, dence hns been declared oil'. Mr. Colley nnd will continue tho business nt thu nnd his excellent family will not leave old stand. Mr. Twidwell is n lino youtiR us, however, for on Wednesday he rentmaiiHiid we prwliet for him much tuc-ceed the Colley House for another year. in hli new enterprise. Mr. Wonth-erfoHe tells us that the property will bo renis undecided what ho will do, but ovated nnd repaired from bottom to top vtu csn bet your boots he will not bo nnd that thu table shall this year be up out of business lotitr. to tho highest standard. Mr. Wnlter Tiik Lincoln County men who ollered Saunders will no longer be in the ofllce, for positions under tho Legislature were he having decided to road law. Who disappointed in their ambitions. Mr. I). will succeed him Mr. Colley does not yet 11. Ivlmlstou, who would have mmle the know. Senate the best cloik in the history of the A iom) brick swimller was in town Sstate, iw that Mr. I'oore hud the votes the other day and evidently started out on him so he withdrew before a ballot with the intention of working Mr. S. II. wns taken, RiviiiR his opponent wnlk Shanks, hut he soon found that he was over. Mr. J. C. McWhorter had quite n nftur thu wrong man, and gave up the lleld to contend with nnd wo are sorry to attempt. Ha was about 55, with short say Rot left. full beard nnd said that in Arizona ho Tiik city couucilmoii recently elected was known as Dig Foot Lige Thompson. were sworn in Monday night by Judce He was in search of n brother of his CnrBon, with tho exception of J. S. former partner in a gold mine, one OliHooker and W. M. UriRht, whodeclirud ver Shanks, so that he could turn over to serve. W. L. Withers nnd A. C. Sine to him his portion of his brother's prowere chosen in their stend. There were ceeds of it. To prove to Mr. Shauks that no contests for any of the olllces in the he was no fraud, he pulled out a pack-ag- o of what looked like money as big as Rift of tho hoard and thu old ollicers your arm nnd exhibited what resembled were follows: 0. J. d at Marsha), A. A. McKinnoy, trens n gold brick. He went on to tell how he tirer nnd G. L. I'enny clerk. It is Mayor and Oliver Shanks had befriended an old Indian, who in return for their kindS. (i. Hocker now, Rentlemeii. ness had shown them tho mine, which Dm DiTTKii H.u.K-M- rs. A. I). Under- they worked with great profit for years. wood, of Rowlnn J, is n thrifty house- Mr. Shanks didn't appear to bo greatly wife. In eight months she has sold interested in this recital and merely said from two cows, one of them hut two thnt he had never heard of Oliver yems old, f LU 2S worth of butter, besid- Shanks, adding "And ho God, if I was in es giving away a good deal, and still your place I wouldn't put myself to having ; I worth on hand. A sample much trouble to find his brother." He sent to thia olllce told why it meets left nfter some time, satisfied thnt he with such ready sale. If any of our la- could not work Ids game, nnd this is dy readers can beat this record of Mrs. printed to warn thu credulous not to be Underwood thev will oblidge us by let taken in by him. ting us hear from them. I -1 m e. s, to-daw visable to reduce the rate of taxation this year. The auditor sIiowb that there will he no burdensome surplus from this year's income. Tho Southern Land and Improvement Company, which ow ns COO lots in Pinevlllo and 18,000 acres of mineral lands near by, made an assignment and January 1, it defaulted interest on $IS0-00- 0 mortgage bonds. John W. Duchnti-Hn- , of Louisville, has been appointed receiver. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. The Drug-Stor- e Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your f: Drugs, School Supplies, The Best Goods For The Least Money- Call and see us. John W. Young and Mies Yerkoy of Wednesday. Highland, were School Hooks, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Liquors for Medical Purposes. Lliza W. married Reyneigh- J. I. Gooch and Miss Derthn nolds, both of tho Wnynesburg borhood, were joined heart nnd baud yesterday. There were 17, 120 marraiRe licences issued in tho State during the Inst fiscal year, as against 10,283 the previous year, and business wasn't very good, either. A Graves county man advertised for a wife; ho gave a fictitious name nnd was answered by his sister. He now thinks advertising a fraud and tho old folks think it is hard to have two fools in one family. DR. S. G. HOCZEE, Tih Druggist. J. K. VANARSDALE, -- Dealer In- - John Girder has rented Mrs- Fogle's farm two miles from town and will move to it soon. Rev. J. G. Montgomery will move to Liberty. Ho would much prefer living here hut could not obtain a suitable house in which to live. We regret to lose so good a citizen ns liro. M. Middleburir Cor. - Hardware, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Queens ware, &c. And agent for , The Old Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows, Studebaker Wagons, Dicks' Feed Cutter, Dayton Harrow and Urown Cultivator. Cross-cu- t NEW AIiVKHTI.SEME.VW. iDisk ITo-- Moat Shop. m We haveopened on lVpot Street a firt-cl;llntcher Shj where wc will keep at all timcn the bst inciti tint the country altnrtls We will handle nothing but the best and will (Successor to Geo. D. Wearen.) K. WEAREN, Bug-gies, rd ronage ofthe puWii. We alto bur Rod corn fed cattle and hojri. ANDERSON CAHR A: CO., Manfonl, Ky. 3" SISIJL FOR CASH ONLY, Ojr will Aie can not keep t book. nd we ciKtomr-r-th patbe iervel In the tyl ..!icit s de-- Dealer iij Carriages, "Wagons, Farming Implements, IToticQ - - GontlomQii! I.wV out for the ROWLAND IIOTKI. I hae ren ed tho llrisht Kerrill properly atd have tt mceljr fixed up. .ty ratt are$i per day. Hne Saddles, Harness, Hay and Seeds, will occupy this space this year and if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. i Before you buy and you will be convinced that he is cheaper than Get His Prices A First-Clas- s Bar in Connection. 11 Situfactlon guaranteed or I or one of my clerks will money refunded meet all night trains. Hunking my f'iend. lur pan favors and lo.iciling a continuance, I am J. W. CARRIER. Come one, come all. the cheapest. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Sijr STATKMKNT OF CONDITION OK m Stanford Water, Light and (Incorporated) Ico Company, JANUARY Original Plants 1ST, 1894. $j oto 0 a 164 77 ASSETS Added mains and buildings Cash oil hand Total New-Inn- i)iS $K 6j 44 I.IAUILITIUS. Cipital Sleek Hilts payable "3 m.j6 cttta(es , $ 1 Unliided eee o t 1J5 j3 profits, (meiiey, and added mains) Total 83 3 44 1'ROFIT AND LOSS: lktlance, statement July, lioj $ 2(5 ja Earning! since July statement 5 644 10 DISPOSED OK AS FOLLOWS: DUidend Kxpenso N'o. 3, jj$ per cont.$i 3 400 o Yofit account will be reatlj January 1st. Call and settle. A R. Penny. Rl'mumiikii that M. F. Klkin pays the highest cash price for hides and all kinds of fur. Lost. A pnir of gold spectacles. Finder will please return to W. M. Dright nnd receive reward. Resilience on Mnin street, recently occupied by Mrs. Dettio McKin ney. Call on Mrs. Mary Matheney. Foil Rknt. m Foil hunt Cottage next to Rev. W. J' Kllis and tho old Helm house nnd -- 5 acres of land for cultivation. Harvey One os Hakvk Hon. Hahvky Hklm nominated John C. McWhorter before the Legislature for doorkeeper. Mauy ladies were present and the Courier Journal correspondent says he convulsed the House liy saying that it seemed to him thnt there were "a great many here without limbs," referring to the misforA tunes of several of the candidates. twitter of merriment began, and he made a thunder storm of it hy adding quickly ns he realized tho presence of ladies, "Men, of course, without limbs." Thomas Raines then engineer for tho L. rt N. was forced to jump from his engine to save i'imself from n collision with a train thnt had broken in two. He was severely hurt in the rightshoulder and arm, nnd since lias been almost entirely disabled. He sued the company for $10,000 damage and two years ago a jury gavo him After a long time the Court of Ap peals affirmed thu judgment and then the company filed a petition for a roll earing, which was overruled. Deing nt the ondof its rope, thu company settled with Mr. Raines this week, the total amount b'jiug witli interest and 10 per cent damages, $1,131,80. Ox Oe 7. 1SS1), Mr. j.'l,-00's CHURCH AFFAIRS. account l'aid on Indebtedness Cask on hand 0 $ We have served you well in 1893. Begin 1894 by squaring your account and giving us your patronage again. SEVERANCE & SON. (4 S; 91I 67 J. T. Drown, of Lexington, will preach at McCormicks at 11 a. m. SunKid. ' Hy order of Hoard, A. II. PHNNV, Sec. and ?S9e9 ja Treas. day. Helm. Apply to Miller it Sowder. Mn. J. W. Oaiiiiiku has rented the Fcrrell House at Rowland and opened a S hotel, which he promises shall be every particular. Seo his caid in on this page. first-clflBm Having bought my brother's interest in our business, t will continue business at our old stand and hope by careful at tention to merit a continuance of past favors. Respectfully, W. U. McKinnoy. Tiik regular settling time is it hand and I sencoroly hope my customers will nit delay in settling with mo. I need nnney nnd trust thnt this hint will bo Tiik Stanford Water, Light it Ice Co. u issue a sulllcent to make you come and pay publishes in al statement for thu half year ending on me. II. O. Ruploy. January 1. It has within the last six Ouu firm being now dissolved wo nsk mouths paid a dividend of L'i per cent , nil those indebted to us to call nnd settle making a dividend of G por cent, for the nt their enrliest convmiiuneo. Thanking year, jiaid oirj019.S7 of tho small in you for past favors nnd soliciting n con debteduess incurred in extending mains Must be reduced. Come and see our Si. 50 boot for men. In this tinunnce with thu now firm" for 1891, to new customers nnd retains on hand in lot is some kip boots worth $2. 50. We have some men's shoes in odd wo are yours, very truly, McKinney cash $918.07. In other words, it has lots, you can make your own price on beginning at 75c and running Dros. earned above all expenses for tho year up to a $4 shoe. Ladies' fine shoes both in front lace and button on A hai'I'Y Now Year to friend and foe 1S93 about nine pur cent, on its capital 1994, C. D. & E & E. E. lasts at prices to which none will object. Ladies' and a cordial invitation to look nt some stock, not a bad showing for an infant wool union suits reduced from $2.50 to 51.50. Misses union suits The-Twenty are The big lidillt'dburo Hotel lias clos- Sioo each nino city bonds. at o per bonds from for of our specialties for this week. Wo industry in the worst financial and busicent, and bear interest Jan. reduced to 50c, former price 75c. Gents' wool over shirts at prime semi annually. The i, 1(94, must now reduco Btock for tho Spring ness year of our history. Tho guaran- ed its iloore. It wus always too rich for due Jan payable but re redeemable at bonds are cost. We invite all who desire to save money in the 1899, the pleasi, new year 'to ure of tho city council at any time within five trado nnd we invite all who would do teed stockholders, who are altogether the blood of that section. years fron, Jan. 1894, Auditor Norman takes decided issue less than the par 1,value. and will not be sold for come and see us. to come nnd see us. home people, are paid of course a diviMod to themselves S O. HOCKER, Our Februnry Standard Fashion Sheets dend of 3 per cent., making their divi- - with the Governor on tho tux question, J. K.VANAKSUALE, t. deml 7 per cent, for the year. lie thinks it would be oxtromely inad- ready. Hughea & Tate. Committee are now 1 1 sumi-annfirst-clas- Rev. John Dell Gibson will preach at Rush Branch Church at 11 a. m. Sun-day, Jan. 10. Kid. J. . Sweeney, of Paris, announces that the subject of his next I a ten paga eight column democratic ne "paper. ..f everything It rontalns the Sunday s sermon will bo "The Midway uy WATTERSON u the editorsuing. HEN- t fit.r I'laiaaueo. it 11 no manes it hs lively as PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. was the cosmopolitan gathering there, it ' The WEEKLY will bo worth going many miles to hear, makes very liberal terras 10 agent , and civrs Iree prefor clubs Sample copies of the paper and After tho morning service at tho miums four page Premium Supplement sent free to any Presbyterian church Sunday, tho sacra- addrtws. Write to ment of tho Lord's Supper will bo celeCOURIER-JOURNA- L CO. brated. At night Jlev. V. A. Slayniak-e- r Tho LOcISVILLE, KY. will preach his farewell sermon, after The a prosperous ami profitable pastorate of Semi Weekly Interior Journal, year. a And The Tho meeting at thoMethodistchurch continues with unabated interest, alCourier-Journ- al though it has lasted nearly a month. Some oO or more havo professed religion Will be sent one year to any address for CC 73. V. p WALTON. Address, and quite a number have become sanct 88 Stinford, Ky ified. Hev. II. O. Morrison preaches tho doctrine of holiness with such earnestness that many who who were disposed to scon" at it have embraced it. Ky. A big charity ball was to havo boon given nt Knox ville but it will not conic Practical CARPET WEAVER, oil". Tho ministers of tho city opposed Has lately purchased the celebrated it and a Methodist pastor, Kev. Richard Loom, s in, literally roasted tho head men of the Newcomb Fly Shuttle 0 itorpriso from his pulpit. After tho And U prepare J to do a'l kinds of Carpet and Rug "caving, raucy uonwnj on annuls. Mufiiars, S'rmou a committee waited on Mr. Rich Ktc CVII and einmino mv uorlc. I Ctiarantee uork at law prices. 3m ardson and sought to silence him by making a public oiler that if ho would put up 51,000 by 11 o'clock they would add another thousand for sweet charity. Imagine their chagrin when he deposit The elty of Stanford will offer fcr sale to ed tlie amount ueloro the prescribed highest bidder before the court houne doer the in time, nnd toilets will not be sprung just btanlord, on nt present. Monday, 8, ln-t- i . I THE WEEKLY GOURIER JOURNAL COURIER-JOURNA- L t Our LOOK lew Sheet at Our CLOAKS. 4 M Weekly Just turned over for the new year. We shall make it memorable to the trade all over the country. We have many goods we will not carry if it costs a great sacrifice to dispose of them. Mrs. J. J. Kendall, Stanford, Misses short cloaks reduced from $5 to S1.50. These must go. Miss-es- s long cloaks reduced from $7 and SS to $4 and $5. Ladies finest black beaver cloaks reduced from S 8 and 520 to 2, and so on vith every cloak in the house. We will not give you prices on overcoats because you can almost make your own price. One line of dress goods reduced from 50c to 35c and the best goods offered in any market- - Our black dress goods are always up to standard and cheaper than can be had elsewhere. Our s 8f- - Bonds for Sale. January Boot and Shoe Stock Ml 85-t- d HUGHES & TATE. I ttkgfe9 &.& i:4,l.ai M JijhA, & T- -: ftjt't'i , t. , I , -r- t -rMUM ', ' ia ""f fil.T,.,,!.,,, (ft Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT YOU KISSED ME. Publlahod Evory Tuoadtiy and Frldny iJ 3?JCK eg-Wh-en YiCAK IX ADVANCE 32.60 will be charged." i'i 1 .'1 ' ? 1U r - it , of tho new year. on the taxes so due and unpaid, which additional Tho first chapter of John is nlso n very sum shall be charged to the mauhal in his settleitli the Situated 107 acres ol land with a largo house i;ootl chapter on beginnings. Stockholders' Meeting. It bpenks ment marshal,cily council. the tst day of Janu iron, and after 1 he in Rowland and now occupied by J. W. Adams, LOCAL TIME CARD. beof tho existence of tho Word in tho K.C. ary in each year, shall collect the city taxes due. anu known as tne uouemer ta.in prron uounu inrrc-loupon ginning, recalling tho creation of tho nu to pay int laiiure oy inedistrain the goods nndr A meeting of the stockholders of the National J h. OWSLEY, Trustee, the same may Manford, Ky Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning earth in tho beginning. This chapter Chatlelsiiwned by or in rihtful possession of the flank of Huston villei will be held t their banking So 4t benotwithstanding house at 5:10 p. m. Jan. 9, nlso records tho beginnings of tho work persons from whom the tax is due, same; and may tween in Hustonvllle10 Tuesday,clock for 1891, purthe the hours of and jo the existence of any lien upon the L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. of tho Messiah among men. For tho proceed to sell the title of such (crson lit so much pose of electing pine directors to serve during the W. 1IOCKER, as will pay the tax cue and all costs, In ensuing ear. J first timo Ho is publicly proclaimed its ihrteof piescrlbod by law Cashisr. 81 t 37 Pm ... Mail train going North tho Messinh. For tho first timo disci- tho mode ' 113pm " South The marshal, beloie he maVes a levy for taxes from tho person from whom same Express train . " South it s Pm ples bcliovo upon Him. For tho first shall demand the resident of and in the city, and the tax due, North .......313 MY BRICK LIVERY STABLE, Stockholders' Meeting. timo men nro led to Him by others, nnd tender aisreceiptiltherefor If It be required, in whic 936 am Lscal freight North........ the taxable estate with which .......107P m in tho beginning of tho chapter follow- he shall specify charged, bouth... - passengers. Situated on Depot Street In Stanford, Ky., or I alue and amount such person The latter traini also carry ,u ciiuaugc lor reai estate ing wo lmvo tho first ininiclo ut Cnnn theieof, and tis e tax due the he shall L.incon countv. If A meeting of the stockholders of the Farmers 8a itu The above i calculated on standard time. Solar J.N MKNKIfK:. demand, if the taxpayer Is a resident of Hank .Vlrust Co will be h.id at their banking of Galileo, which is called tho begin about 10 minutes faster. ime is Stanford, Ky. citv, and before he tenders the receipt, house in Stan font on the first Wednesday in Jans and in the ning of the signs, or miracles, which If il be minimi, he will forfeit and t V to tho directors uary, '94, for the purposs of electing QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Considering our topic son aggrieved double the amount of such tax, and to serve the ensuing year. wrought. J. II. OWSI.KV, Cashier. he practically and separato from tho text, such damages as own may sustain, to be recovered 8j name. Provided, however, DR. W. B. City as fobyactiou in his Golag North trains pass Junction wo should remember that : he may distrain without the demand attrr the first Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Vesllows: for which the tax is due day ol April of the yiur Stockholders' Meeting. tibule Limited 3 p. m. Local 11:55 p. m Horida 1. Everything must lmvo n beginAnd proided lurtlif r.thit il the marshal has tea Limited am ning. Tho Word or tho Saviour was sonable grounds to bthesc that the person Irom South N. O. Vestibule i s.c p. m. Florida Office South tilde office recently tax Is due is Limited 11 p m. Local t.ai p. m. in tho beginning, and therefore having from whom the the ountr.or about to remove his A mftlngol the stockholders of the First Na- vacated by r. l.ee Main St., In Stanford, Ky, K. Huffman, to conceal the same, Vestibule arrives S 40 p. m. Eroperty Irom at any lime without the demand. will be held at their banking house tional Hank existed from nil etornity. Ho is an exIn Stanford on the second Tuesday in January, ception to this rulo. But tho world had Ti e marshal, shall after having adert'il at ilqi, far the purpose of electing 11 directors for the court houe door tht time and place of sale for the eusulng THE OLD JOHN J McROHKKTS, a beginning. Thero waa n timo when at least 10 days, sell at public auction, for money Cashier. did not exist, nnd therefore it began so 'much of the property levied on for taxes as will Si it pay the tax and costs, II the marshal makes Die HOXTS23, d to exist "in tho beginning Gou gal or unreasonable seiiure and levy for taxes, he tho heavens nnd tho earth. " Tho shall be liable upon his bond la damages to the SAM II. WARNACK.Pror. D. S. aggileved. miracles of Christ also hnd n beginning partymere do no personal property inai mc mar Il - - KENTUCKY. old stand ol J. II. Green, In London, "this beginning of miracles did Jesus thai or tax collector can distrain lor taxes due At the and the same shall not be paid by the first day o! in Cnnn of Galileo." All things must Annl. the marshal shall sell for cash any real es anu in icmiru anu - - Kentucky, pared to attend rciurmineu of the every wav nre- the wants public Rates havo a beginning. If wo would sur- tate belonging to or listed by such delinquent tax Hustonvillo, so touch theieor and very reasonable. render ourselves to God, if wo would payer, orhis commission, in as will pay tne taxes Would be glad to see his numerous friendsFurnithe same manner that show them his undertake now lives of Christian work due and sold under execution except that the land ture, Saddlery, stock of goods consisting offarming lands ate Hardware, lluggles and or levied on, and shall be ad Implements. Give him a call. and advance toward Christ and heaven, shall not be valued for vcrtised by potting, ijdavs belore the sale, a wo must begin this work, nnd tho pres- written or printed notice at the court house door, sW ei'Vs A. S. and by publication once a week for fout ent is tho best timo for beginning. Having secured the service, oi Miss Xlsttie AlI rior to the day of sale In a newspaper of general len from Cincinnati as Trimmer for this seaaon, ffisoIateJy 2. Beginnings aro necessarily email, circulation, if there be one In the county; il not, SURGEON DKNTIST. cordially invito the ladiea to Inspect a carefully bepoMcd for 15 days but not to bo despised. Tho first attempts then by printed selected stock ol Millinery at prices to suit the Drug Store In the n door, ami in 3 or of tho child to walk nro often utter fore the sale at theplaces in the city; and he shall, Oflicover McKoberts tlms. The ladles are invited to see my nice, new Owsley lluildlng. mote conspicuous tine of Stamped I.inrn and F.mhroidcrr Material failures, but nothing daunted ho keeps not less than 15 das before the sale, mail to the A cream of tarter baking powStanford. MISS L1CCIE 1IKAZ1.KY, postal card addressed to of nt his task until perfection has been delinquent oaa place of business, if sue. h's place asStanford, Ky, can bt der. Higest of all in leavening residence certained, notifving him of the time and place of reached. Tho first steps In any ,.CRAIt ORCHARD. strength. Latest United States ol such ad the sale; and in order to cover the cost nro necessarily weak nnd feeble. vertisrnient and notification, the marsha. ahsll Government Food Report. SALE S7ABLS, Tho first efforts at serving God, tho have $1 for each person whose property Is adverFEED THF P.O. MILLINERY. paid to first efforts at public prayer, tho first tised, paidBeby the by the delinquent, but In no event ROYALBAKINGJPOWDER CO., to be citv attempts to ovorcomo temptation, how V W. VANUKVEKR, Mayor At John Buchanan's stable In Crab Orchard, K . 100 Wall St.. New York. G L. PENNY, Clerk. s at the room and see the weak nud feoblo thoy may nil bo I But IV. RAMSEY, yet wo should never bo discouraged. and Soloctod Our faith may only bo liko tho mustard Who will at all times be glad to accommodate all Stock seed at thobtart, but it will grow and 18 with good rigs at reasonable rates. Of Millinery In town The goods and prices are JELLICO, TESNESSEE, intelligent nnd strong by exercise. bound to please you. Our lovo will become moro constant and 10 MRS. I.T COURTS. Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. enduring ; our prayers may bocomo moro j Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., effectivo nntl availing. Instead of 1 Miners and shippers ol the GENUINE tho day of "beginnings, let us lie r.The best hotel In the city and tho only one with ITo-Kspecia attention a sample room for drummer encouraged in thorn, remembering tho to the traveling public. Rates Jj. Dealer In words of our Father in heaven, "I will My re Try it. We are the sole agents for .Stanford land turned mother, Mrs. Kste Dudderar, has Jusl mil Irons the cities with an elegant tine of settlo you after your old estntea nnd Rowland. Office corner of Depot street and linery, embracing will do better unto you than nt your be00INS A WATTS. ginnings, and yo shall know that I am ALL OF THE NOVELTIES California the Land of Sunshine, Fruit tho Lord." 1 will open on January :4th, 1893. a and Flowers. ! Of the season, cf which she will have full control Biblo Readings Ex. xxxli, 20; II Dairy, irom which I can supply any quantity ol She also engagrO a Tho Midwinter Exposition, already Chrou. xxx, 27; Job vili, 5; Ps. v, 2; Jersey milk to the people of Stanford and Rowland at the following prices, delivered: fair to rival tho lea. Iv, 0; Moth, iv, 10; vii, 7; Luko Firt-Olas- s Dress-Makemuch talked of, bids At our Fruit Karms and Nurseries one snile U est so cent Fresh Milk, per gallon great fair that has just closed at Uhlcago. xxii, 40; John xv, 7; Acts xxii, 10; of Kingsville, Lincoln county. We have as fine a 10 centa Call and ciamtoe ray stock of Millinery biforsj Skimmed Milk, por gallon stock of Fruit Trees as any man ever handhI, certainly so in Rom. viii, 20; Eph. vi, 18; Col. iv, 2; 8 centa Not in size, perhaps, but Batter Milk, per gallon ready lor transplanting nto orchard and garden buying and leave your order for your dresses. Thanking you for past favors wesoIicltsame.il Jos. v, 13; I Pot. iii, 7. and in delighted this Fall Orchards of Apples and I'eaches wilt I will make two trips dally. The patronage oi the originality, in richness, be assorted to suit customers at J10 per hundred. public U tolicited. j,' f G. A. PEYTON, MAUV DAVIS DUDDKRAK. visitors, who will unanimously agree The trees are nice, the varieties the best. yr. Stanford, Ky Good AVork of a Denominational Union. needed to make home attractive and the Desires to thank you for your pa- children happy will be found here For circulars that the Pacific Coast is worth many Tho Endeavor societies of tho Disci-pl- o address J. A. McKKE & CO., Ky. times the time and money spent to visit Kingsville, church in Mnryland, Delaware and tronage during the year which is 64 it, in its return of delightful climate, tho District of Columbia huve a denomimellow sunlight, wondrous growth of national union comprising 17 societies, almost gone and asks a continu McKINNEY, KY. F. B. BILEY.lProprletor. vpnnfntinn. nntl the heretofore unheard with a membership of 782. Many of connected with theso Bocioties report most excellent ancc during the coming year. I have bought above nicntioncdHotel at of industries London, - - - Kentucky. of and havt attached a Bhipping of the work. Ono of them, from Washington, I have moved to my new Hotel and am better fruit raising, and tho prepared than ever to accommodate the public product. order to give an oppor has been tho active agent in starting 17 of fruit and otnamental trees, grape First-Ck- ss In Full stocks Bar and Fool Room. When Hungry try one of his Good Livery attachnd and every convenience vines, asparagus, small fruits, shrubs, and every. tunity for everybody to visit tuis wonder- other societies. Another in Maryland Cive me a call. thing usually found In a nursery eitabllshmnfit. Have repaired and refurnished the Hotel aud has raised $340, with which it has yy .FRANK RILEY. We sell Jircct to the planter aud have no agents. am better than ever land during the Exposition, California changed tho Sunday school room of its Catalogue on appllcatjo.. mLLKNMHYKR rates via the Queen A Crescent route church from ono of tho worst to ono of Leiinglon, Ky. Prepared to Accommodato tho linvft boon reduced, and every one may tho best in tho city. Another does a Public. And the cost of such a trip within his great deal of charitable work among Special attention to Commercial Men. Vll persons having claims against the estate of moan. As for equipment, it is the tho poor, nnd last spring paid tho exline Uscry and Feed stable attached, D. G. Slaugh or, dec'd, will file the lime properby which you can travel from penses of two weeks of evungelistic serv- And you will certainly go back '' w G"KE.V, Proprietor. and proven with me by an. i, 'o. only line ly certified to ...e Manager ices. Still nnothor becured an evangel-ib- t Any one knowing himself to be indebted to the Cincinnati to San Frtnciaco, absolutely adjoining. Very near Kings My two farms, nnd held three weeks' evangolistic estate will.'call and settle immediately. One or either 01 them One con, vllle station and try him again. without change. Tourist sleeping cars services, in tho cour&oof which 40 wuro R. H. llRON'AUGH. Admr., taming a liltle over 91 acres, the other 110 acres Crab Orchard, ry run every two weeks through from Cin 79 im An highly Improved with good residences barns, won for Christ. a.ooo young bearing A.. Call and see them Francisco, faoitu 41 acre cinnati to San fruit trees, apples and ptaihcs on the for want taim Old age and iolirmtfei my reason truinB twicea day from Cincinnati PUBLIC SALE Tho I.ossnn of the 8iinlani. to sell. All unincumbered ing D M CRKIG1ITON. "What's tho uso?" asked a sunbeam ji'ANFOUD, KY., to New Orleans, where connection is OF Kingsville, Ky made with through ttains and Pullman as it saw that a black, cold ofllco lay sleepers daily to California points. in its way. "I can do no good in this p'gfORC'Ar'rcn Through car service to either New cold, bare Bf.ot. Why did tho grent bun send mo hero?" But still in it went, This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now Treatment OrleanB or Shreveport, making direct Or. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain I will sell at public auction at my home near In intend because it was obliged to go there, und to Is sold under positive written guarantee, by authorFarm, outmy charge and Iits huh to conduct it so asadd only maintain A Splendid Blue-Grasreputation, but in for Texas, Mexico and Cali- it fell ncross a desk, henped high with May wood, on the Ottelihtim pike, 011 ized scents only, to euro Weak Memory; Loesiot connection to Its long list ol friends. Special accommodaLost Manhood; Quickness; Drain und Nerve lWer; through trains business papers. In front of tho desk flic Hlght Losrc-- ; Evil Dreams; Lack of Confidence; fornia. From Louisville 18, 1894, On DanviUe & Lancaster pike, known asabout I)r tions for commercial travelers and fine rooms for JO tbsdlsploy of samples. Kervoainess; Lassitude; all Drnlti; Loss of Power mako direct connection at Lexington eat n man whoso brow was wrinkled Walter Owsley homestead, containing vl tho (Jenerattvo Orpins in either sex, caused by My stock consisting of 6 head of bro- d mares, i of atret. Fine brick residence ol six rooms and or Excessive Use of with solid vestibuled Bervico to New and eyes red and hands trembling, nnd them in loal by jack and one by horse, i work- splendid outbuildings. Also 'ur sale pnv ipiy ion Youthful Errors, ArFirst-Clas- B Saloon Tobacco, Opium or Liquor, which soon lead to head hogs, he was ovidontly greatly troubled by horse and one work mule, 6 milk cow., two with nice ewes, i farming lot of rattle, Apply horses, E 8 Slltory, Consumption, Insanity ami Death. My snail, OrleanB. Send to us for further particuto S. . Aid UILLIARDand POOL ROOMS attached implements. stacks hay, suckling calves a heifer, 49 ewes and a Sltttxn; 0 forts: with written guarantee to cureor his business. But when ho Baw tho Southdown buck, 4 sows and pigs, an extra fine Owsley on tbo farm or myself at Farmers Hank. JOSEPH COFFKY. refund money. WKbT'S eOl'UII SYltUP. A cortalu lars. ABk agents for rates, schedules J II OWSLKi. 82 Croup, boar, 3 shoats, t;o pounds, each, Ac. cure for Coughs, Colds, A thma, Uronchltls, to take. information, or address W. C. eunbeam oomo way or other it remindTL'IIMS Sale will be made on a credit of 6 Pleasant and other "Whooping Cough, Horn Throat. ed him of God's goodness, nnd ho months with 6 per cent, interest on note with an Hrnall size dlcuBtlnued; olJ.&te.elze, now 26c.; old V. H.MILLKU. Kinearson, G. P. A. Cincinnati, 0. J. H SOWDER. thought of tho Sun of righteousness that proved security. JAMES DUDDERAR tl Uzc, no w Wc. (1 U AUA'1 P.Kb Issued otly by . J.I' Chandler, auctioneer. 87 May wood, Ky. P. Ktatit, an extensive real estate dealer would ribo upon him with healing in Mr. I. MILLER & SOWDER,. A. R. PENNY, In Des Moines, Iowa, narrowly escaped one of His wings. Exchange. !? . the ......(.. nt finrnmonu a while in blu recent northern part of .that State during -:- Atmospheric Oijpi A. G. Lanham oaiumjr m.u .!iiTinr. the itorm at d Cattleman. Points to Consider. ",U ..... occasion 10 onvc ksi unable In an nrticlo on Christian Endeavor and was so thoroughly chilled that he was his re Doalors and Brokors, -to get warm, and fusideofan hour after work for good citizenship published in JSTT. .,.. - ....- - turn bo vas mreaicncu Mr Uliliewi to the tho Chicago Union, three points aro STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY. or lung fever. L . j ..in...n,lpoii bottle of Chamber inndo that Endeavorcrs should rend n had Office Interior Journal Ilullding, lain's Cough Ilemedy, of which he doses. often good daily papor; that their business He of Urge heard, and took a number a short time meetings (should bo conducted strictly was wonderful and says the effect SAJLJfc,. Bf AnSORPTIOX. he was breathing quite easily.,, He kept on tak. ingtherr.edijneand the next day was able to nccording to parliamentary law, nnd LIVERPOOL.. Mr. niaizeregards.his cure that in connection with every Christian come to Dea Moines. i Fine Jfi&I SS3 and finelylllue Grass Farm ol jiitf acres on pike impn.veu- .Endeavor society should bo a literary byDW IrNlcKoberU, Druggist, society. Theso aro all good points, pro. Farm of 100 actes, finely Improved, AN &OASTLEM Offered vided they uro not covered by other at low price. 4th it. Jtrr. Srs. Household Treasure. rj"t LOUISVILLE, KY. ... rA ngoncies than tho Christian Endeavor MANAGERS,: .I,.n r....!nttriA V V.. savi that 4. Fine Itlue Grass Farm, of 105 acres, COLE DLDQ. u high he always keeys Dr. King's New Discovery In the tiociety, but tho good citizenship work BuBois & Webb stale of cultivation, well improved; offered low. Nashhuc. TriN. be without it, family would Oommarce Building, Louisville house and his O. A. DykemannotDrugget, Catskill,IT Dr. Clark urged at Montreal is chiefly Ion Birmingham, Ala. procurable. 5. Farm of ni acres, near R. R. station, Good IT JPoSrScnd tor CO page book free. blue grass land; will sell cheap. N. V., says that Dr. King's New Discovery is work along moral lines, such ns temperf 91 Agents throughout the South. undoubtedly the best Cougn remedy; that he lias ance nnd political reforms and reforms savssCsml . ...d i In Ma fomilv fnr ipht VUU. and It has inuc urass rarmoi 13a acres, on pike, two I. "V Testimonial. miles from Slanlord; good laud; low TEIBBLE, Local Agont-- n.v.. faitn! in ilo mil that is claimed for it Whv lu social lifo. not to paid -- Blue-Gra- ss Hlue-Gr- as EPAsf I Pure The Floronoa Hotel, JJ-o- ni (This poem was written In lSG7by Mis Celia Gardener, r lady under 20 years of age. James Kedpnth, tho historian, thouRht eo much of the poem that ho had an edition printed on white eatiu. John G. Whittier wrote of it and its young author that she had truly mastered the eecret of English.) You kissed me! My head Dropped low on your breast With a feeling of shelter And inlinito rest, While the holy emotions My tongue dared not speak Flashed up in nllame From my heart to my check. Your arms held mo fast; Oh! your arms were bo bold, Heart beat against heart In their passionate fold. Your glances seemed drawing My soul through my eyes As tho sun draws the mist From the sea to tho Bkieu. Your lips clung to mine Till I prayed in my bliss They might never unclasp From tho rapturous kiss. You kissed me! My heart, And tnv breath, and my will. In delirious joy For a moment Btood still, Life had for me then No temptations, no charms-- No visions of happiness Outeide of vour arms, And were I this instant An angel, possessed Of the peace and tho joy That are given the blest, I would fling my white robes Unrepiningly down, I would tear from my forehead Its beautiful crown. To nestle once more In that haven of rest Your lips upon mine, My head on your breaBt. You kissed me! My soul, In a bliss so divine. h Reeled and swooned like a en man with wine, And I thought 'twere delicious To die thero, if death Would but come, while my lips Were yet moist with your breath; If I might grow cold While your arms clapp me round In their passionate fold. And these nro tho questions I ask day and night; Must lips Usto no more Such exquisite delight? Would you care if your breast Were my shelter as then, And if yon were here Would you kiss mo again? drunk-Foolis- CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. CIT? OHDI1TANCEI r CORN LAND FOR RENT nwrl-hous- Clover Hay For Sale. 11 As xccutors of the will of J. I.. Dawson, dec'd. l"o)lo l'op tho Week llcglnnliig Jnn. 7. we will on Jan. 8, 191, county court day before Comment by Iter. 6. II. Dojlo. The Cltv Council of the City of Stanford, Kv , the e door in Sttnford, rent t the highordain as Tone. lleBUinliigs. (A special prayer serv- doCily taxesfollows: be duo on the ist day of est bidder, about it er to acres go In corn and 25 shall fer oats, all fr year S,. ice.) John 1, January after the atsrssment and any person or acres I.. I,. I)Aalr, Beginnings is n very npproprinto topic perji.ns falling to nay their taxes by tho ist day of J. II. 1IR10HT. shall pay six per cent, additional April then-alteKx'ors. S for tho first week Kither baled or unbalcd. Will deliver either to Rowland or Statiford. Price wry low. K Ii.IIKAZl.KY, 80 im Stanford, ky For Horrt for 189-4:- . For Salo or Hent. 111 Jo-bu- Ir 1 1 PENNF Dentist. cro-ntc- JACBZSOIT CAHPENTER, well-know- n hand-bill- $M& PRICE, ;" TO THE LADIES. 1 court-hou- se new-wal- k mill J. m 1 Pro'r., post-offic- e Largest Best be-cot- R, SIMMER Original Jellico Conl. Millinery. Groceries, Candies, First-Cla- si Fruit?, Fancy Goods, Fruit Trees For Sale r. Kvery-thi- ng 91-- 1 THE RILEY HOUSE Commercial Hotel, net-wor- k Orchard, Lawn, Garden. d. jktotictb. 25CTSMEALS 5S-i- I FOE; S-A-XjI- E. .,..,. veeu-bule- d THE 60FFEY HOUSE ,NEW 71-- tf LIFE FliNTE LIVE STOCK. ITotioe For Roat. s JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. Thursday, Jan. - 4 j7-- tf -- Stanford 1 ROYAL OF j:'j - - -- THE JEWELER. STANFORD, :. - BANKS $&$ REAL ESTATE Insurance BARBEE Company 111 . Stock Most Complete '.?& Stan-for- d. ssj aw cures disease j? Without Medicine. PROPERTY' FOR -- 1 e fei nag (Csrti'IssWa? w -- W. A. STANFORD, KY. nn.edyso lone tried and tested. Trial i.Aiii.i.unAlt.Pnini'i Drue Store. Regu lar sire joc.and S1.00. not try a S. II Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was troubled Specimen Oases. OIJp -- with Neuralgia and Rheumatism; his stomach was disordered, his liver was affected to an alarming degree, appetite fell away and he was terribly reduced in flesh aud strength. Three bottles oi Electric flitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, Illin running sore ou his leg of eight, years' standing. Used three bottles of Electric Hitters and seten boxes of Hucklen's Arnica Salve and his leg is sound and well' John Spsaker, Catawba, O.j had five large fever sores on bis leg; doctors said he was incurable. One bottle of Electric ri c Hitters and one box Hucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by A. R. Penny, drug, gist. AT- Jcsse Thompson's ol Barber Shop, the best Barbers in the State There are three There are also excellent Hath Rooms run In connection. Agcn: for Lexington StearaLaundry. When When When When IJaby waa sick, we gave her Castor!. she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. she became 311m, she clung to Costori. the had Children, she gf vet hem Cantoris,. SlLVEfWAtf The Electropoise will cure many pases cl alseate where nothing else will. It has worked like a Millennial Musings. 8 to is. Town lots In Stanford In Rev. Geo. II. Means, charm in my family. areas"to suit purchasers. Oh, when v.lll daw n that Joyful day v.ovuigton, ny. Foreseen by prophet's ken, Prices. Prompt It is cert linlv a wonderful instrument and it is Rock Bottom -. Ninety-thre- e acre fine farm wlti exee lenj more wonderful as to how it does Its work, yet It When love blinll rend the veil away personal attention given to repair mill, dwelling aud other Improvements, on pike, does it. T. K. (J. Ilnnley, That hides Cod's face from men: 4 miles from Stanford. 1 he veteran plow manufacturer ol the South. work. One call will convince you Large blue grass farm, capable of division 4 When war' destructive march will cease. L.ouiaviue, ny. into smaller farms. Desirable In every particuElectropoise I have cured dyspepsia. that this is the place to trade. And 'neath Ills oriflumme. With the lar. Offered low and on very eaay terms. Together shall lie down In peace constipation and liver trouble, lagrippe, heaiache toethache.bad colds, rheumatism, neutalgia. The Hon and tho lamb? THOMAS YEAGER. a6. Good JAMES YKAGER. frame building; well finishcolic and piles. The results are wonderful, ed. on Main street, in Eastern part of Stanfoad. chills and fever I have seen cured In 60 minutes. Freed from the deadly serpent's fear, 5 feet front. 100 back. Will ssll at a bargain. E. II. Lyle, Churchill, Ky. The m caned child shall play. - Smalt farm of 19 acres on Hanging Fork. And o'er tho fields long brown and sere, Will exchange for smalt house and lot or sell at llloom the bright flowers of May. low price on easy terms, : Then Jew and Gentile will arise. 10. Small farm ol So acres, 1 miles from Stanferd And unto ZIon throng welllmproved,ata bargain. STANFORD, E.Y. And slug, as pilgrims to tho skies, English and Classical. For males and fercales, The everlasting song. 31. Farm of 60 acres on Hanging Fork, near We'are In our new stable in the Of era House Turnersville Fine Utile grassland, Blocklaad are well supplied with There they'll behold emblazoned wido fronts on pike, with good improvements and nice Tho sacrificial sign, young orchard. Pricolow. And Him whom hato once crucified, BIGS AND HORSES In robes of honor shine. 31. Hotel, store house and collage, nicely and Neat session begins "eb. t. 1894. The course conveniently located, near depot In London, Ky, thorough, the buildings and grounds Have been purchased and Loth andteachinz ton, hasten on that glorious hour, Nine rooms in dwelling, four rooms in cottage. Young ladies urnouts will leave thejttable. beaut ful and rates reasonab'e Store house of 3 rroms All new buildings That promise not In valuv Also boarded in the College; young gentlemen boarded good barn. Lot 300x300 feet. Fine location for When ev;ry ct4o will loko Its power, particulars address the In the town. For further store and hotel. Will sell cheap an I on easy terms. And Christ the Sa. lour reljn. President. MH.lU.NM.blUH. iton-sllit- is, two-sto- ry .2Vfa BW :c07VN&r "aV gfljwmm illue-gras- s YEAGER & YEAGER, Garrard Lancaster, College, Kentucky, mil m m m mu NEW 1- Give the ui a Call. Christian Observer. litefl