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LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY". e The exhibition at the last Friday night as the cloning exercis- es of Mr. Absolotu Hall's school at this place wbb a grand succees. The laro court room was filled to its fullest ex- tent, and everybody were highly delight ed. The exercises were opened with eacred .For six months we have tried music with organ accompaniment. This was followed by a number of dramatic pieces, "Which will he Marry?" "The Brave Woman," "Taking the Census," Josiah'a First Courtship," "The CirruB,' And find it a success, and every one realizes the advantages and economy of a strictly Cash System. "Uncle Pete and Mars George, Ac," which frequently called forth euthusias t'c applause. Tho actresses in tho various pieces were the Misses Amanda Stone, Lizzio Philips, Lucy Bowman, Live more economical, buy goods cheaper, pay DollioCowden, Dollie Sharp, Josle Sharp, Jennie Wilkinson, Alice Hall, Pearl Vour account as you go, are not annoyed with Montgomery and Ermine White; and the A collector and do not dread to see January 1st. actors, Elijah Moore, 0. II. Portman, Charlie Bowman, John E. Sharp, Jr. WHILE Ernest Wilkinson, Ocar Wilkinson, V Wm. Phillips, George Montgomery, JaB. Cowden, WinBton Philips, Dallas Rule. William Riins and Abe Rains. Si-- t the prices, sell cheaper than the cheapest, Interspersed with the dramatic pieces ' save you money andcarry a full line of were a number of recitations delivered by the juvenile members of the school, Fancy and Staple Groceries, Hardware, including the following namec Bessie Tinware, Vulcan Plows, . Preecott, Lillio Moore, Francis Portman, Arizona Stoves, Majestic Rarges. Dillie Npier, Mattie Wilkiuson and Salt, Lime, Cement. Maurice Humphrey. Heating Stoves.The scarf drill was splendidly execuSSExamhe our Prices. ted by it number of beautiful young la dies defrsed in white. Tills exercise re-- c lived tho praise of everybody. The instrumental music between the pieces was mostly performed by the "Ca sjy'a Creek String Band." composed o Thomas Ed wards, Thomas Wheeler and Georgo Evans There were aleo a number of beautiful pieces sung with organ accompaniment by the members of the school. They all did bo well that we do not feel inclined At present arc at the Store of to personate those whom wo think excelled. There is good dramatic talent here. Its chief deficiency is want of drill In distinct enunciation. We regret to state that a distressing happened to Dr. 0. II. McRoberU, in timo of the performance. He was employed to announce tho program and And the biggest line ever brought to town can be found there. Bewhile (he curtain was down Bitting too Dolls and the like, the line of near the edge of the stage, he fell from sides every imaginable kind of a Toy, it, severely hurting his arm. It was first fine thought to be broken, but on examination was found cmly to bo badly bruised. , The exercises were concluded with the reading of the "Liberty Boom." by its Is the most complete in town and their prices are lower than editress, Miss Alico Hall, which was read The year just closing has been a profitable one to them and with fine expression in which most of tlia TIKc-fs- ft1t. ....... Kt...-..tit.;. I, they are willinj. to give you a portion of their profits in your supply court-hous- K -- Our lovely weather still continues. Htv. Madison C.Peters Tells New Yorkers Groat Thlnrjs About Us. "Tho fields may atrivo in vain to look to look gy," Iliv. Madison 0. 1'eteiH, who recently lectured in Stanford, doliveted this oulo-- y Hut bo far December has been as pleasant as May. o tlio Soiitli, na a nroludo to Jils Our merclinntHnru filling llielrotorfB Now on returning to IiIh church at spent h few with abundant supplies of necessaries York: "Having recently weeks in tlio South, 1 feel It to bo my du- and luxuries for the Christmas holidars. ty publicly to admit that I hnd, until I They cordially invito customers and unladed my information by personal ob- challenge competition in prices. To the regret of us all, Crab Orchaid servation, an entirely erroneous idea of will soon lose some of her best cftlzjnu, I tako thin means public tho South, and ly to apologize for thoso uncharitable Mr. J. F. Cummins and Mr. G. W. but we trust our Iojs will bo but lliouul.lfl. gtln to Stanford. May they, in oillce, "My lectures woro on American lines, cr-tn- on Mr. G. A. Coffey, aged 22, and Missl Lou Held, 17, were married at llsv. J. M. Uook b by that gentleman Sunday. The marriage of Mr. F. D. Gaines to Mies Mamie Curry, n beautiful Lancaster girl, will occur at tho Christian church there next ednesdav ovenint? - at 5 II JUUtll 11 II Uilli i o'clock. J Mr. W. H. Wright and Miss Nannie Tuttle, worthy young people from West Lincoln, wore married at tho Gilcher House Wednesday afternoon by Dr. E. M. Green. Attendants, Mr. Newton Craig and Mh-- Aggie Carney. Advos THE CASH SYSTEM, k m and my pleas for intenser Americanism and ideas, ns laid down by the founderof our republic, woro met everywhere with tho heartiest response. If the tocsin of war would be sounded, a foreign foo invade our shores, or an insurrectionary body ariso in our midst, a million men, nrmed to tho teeth, would come from tho tho unSouth and rally round the tlflf-(on; 'Why, tho South is tho only true. be American part of our nation cause of the immigration which is now weakening and undermining tho founds tions of our society. Rebel? That word must henceforth not be spoken. I bo grasps tlio llovo that tho South hand of the North in a fellowship which has in it no misgiving nor deceit. "The public Mien of the South aro not, as with us, 'professional foreigners' who have made public otlice a public steal" Tho Southern men in public olllco aro patriotic and devout, conscientiously American and personally the embodiment of integrity, ltut you say they do not bo lieve in urgr6 domination. Neither do hp North. Wo believe in the negroes tilling the olllct-- in tlio South. KnfranchiHing all tho negroes immediately after their emancipation, was practically omi of tho greatest mistakes ever made by any free government. In ma ny counties and states tho colored voters Rre in tho majority and a majority rule would take the government, Npgro domination would mean while damnation. The solid nouth is broken, and will break more and more if they aro let alone. Hut let the next Congress Hgitato will Bolidify a force bill and tho south again. A sutrrage limited to an educational qualification is tho only solution of the negro problem. But illiteracy is not confined to the eonth. Our northern cities are thronged with foreigners as imbecile in their ignorance and degraded in their morals as were the rabble hordes that wrecked tho republic of antiquity. Universal Buflrago is tho menace to free institutions. of - to-da- to-da- y s self-defen- prove benefactors to the county. As already nnuouueed College Home will give a parlor entertainment on Fri day night. "Santa ClatiB' Mlatake" will bo presented by the pupils. Tho building will be decorated for tho occasion and at the close of the exercises refreshments will bo served to patrona and pupils and the remainder of the evening devoted to innocent merry making. Mrs. Gus Uofmaun and little eoni Frank, have returned from their visit to Louisville. Mrs. Dr. Dick is "at home" again after a protracted stay with friends in Illinois. Dr. Walter Ueazley is tho guest of his father's family and will probably remain during the holidays. Miss Anna May Stephens is visiting friends in Stanford. Mrs. J. K. Corson and daughter, Miss Bessie, mado p. visit to Stanford Saturday. The many friends of Mrs. Perkins and Mrs. Clara Slnglo-toare rejoiced to boh them out. Mrs. Beazloyand Mrs. Harris aro much bet ter. Dr. and Mrs. Stapn made a pleasant visit to Mt. Vernon Saturday, mingling among friends of by gone years. They report the completion of a number of new buildings in that old but booming little town, among them a tnauuillcent hcIiooI building, which is constructed wholly of material obtained in the immediate vicinity. Tho'foundation stones aro from an adjacent quarry of Kentucky's finest granite, tlio brick from a yard near by, the lime from her numerous home kilns, the lumber oak, chest nit and pino from the mountains In siRit, tho pine especially being of the finest quality in texture and finish, even surpassing tho famous Georgia pine. The building will be heated by coal dug from inexhaustible mines a few miles distant. The whole being the work of r. few enterprising, thorough-goindeter mined citizens. Success to them. We aro glad to know our sister towns are sober and progressive. n g, cate. -- Miss Maud Brewer shot and fatally wounded G. W. Latimer, at Lynn, Mas', He had been paying marked attention to her, when his visits ceased and the report went out that he was about to marry another. Meeting him she said, "If I can't have you, no ono else bIibII," and sent three bullets Into his body. A young woman of Butte, Mon., applied to a court tile other day for permission to kill her lover who had jilted her. She thought she had a right to do so, but wanted to go about It legally and decorously. The rourt was inclined to agree with her in the premises, but was obliged to dismiss her application Married, at the residence of H. Baxter, at Grove, Ky, Dee. 12, Mr. H. S Young and Mies Mary Brough. This is the happy culmination of "love at first sight" of two of Lincoln county's most progress! vo teachers. Mr. Young on returning from tho State College at Lexington met tho young lady at the Lin coln County Teachers' Institute proba bly for tho flrat time, when by mutual consent two hearts through glances more earnest than shy, gaye the secret away and from that timo on two contemplative hearts have bent as one. Miss Ma ry is a young lady of many attractive qualities, being brilliant in mind as well as pretty in feature, while Mr. Young is a most exemplary young man in every respect. May no clouded sky obscure McO. their future pathway. - W. H WEAKEN & CO. ' Santa Claus' HEAEQTJAKTEES X Young man, do not pail your hair in tho middle, Bet your hat on the back of your head, and let your handkerchief protrude carelessly from your outside pocket? Don't do it. Have some respect for thn feelings of others. Of course you look absolutely and irresistibly stunning, and all the girls nro driven nhnost to distraction by your augUBt en semble, but you consider that your make up and deportment, when in terpreted by many people is llko a placard on your back which reads: "I have no brains to be sure, but then I am aw fully fine looking." Columbia Spectator CruHceut announces a special rate of a faro and u third for the round trip from Cincinnati and from nil btattoiiB in Kentucky, account Lexington, Ky., .didv. inter Fair end Kxpomtion, December tho 10th to January 8th. It will undoubtedly bo the greatest exhibition ever held in Kentucky. Tickets on sale via the (J & 0. every day during Fair, good until January Oth to return. Oiias W. Zki.1, I). I. A., Cincinnati, 0. (Jut-e- The A - Wisconsin Central Lines. w x Through lino fro-- Chicago to St. P.iu and Minneapolis, making ctoso connection 'no transfer) witii liuet) ruuning to all points in Minnesota, North and South Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, California, aud Pacific Coast points. The direct line to nil points in Kistorn, Middle, Northern and Western Wisconsin, Ash land, Duluth aud all Lake Superior o poipts. Double daily through train with equipment. For full particulars address any ticket agent in tho United Slates or J. C. Pond, general paeeonger ngont, Milwaukee, Wis. ser-vicflrst-claes i 7rn Jlaby was U'lu-i- slclc, wo jav her Castor!". i blio vu n CtillJ, tho cried for CastorlA. Hlakely, of the Covington Commonwealth, mournfully says: Nearly two year of President Cleveland's term hayo expired and more than half of the republicans who wore in oillce when he went in are in yet. The Great Mugwump regtrds it as all risht for himself to pass his life running for and being elected to oillce, but characterizes it ns offensive partisanship if some good democrat, who has uono his party, and, therefore, his country, good service, wants to be n gau ger and with tho gaugors stand, his ser vices rewarded and his gauge rod in his hand No Stato paper of a moro character over issued from the White Houae than tho annual mesa-g- o Presi dent Cleveland sent to Congress Decent berlM. There is not a word in it about thej'demucratic party,' 'democratic principles" or "democratic policies." It is probable that at present the president is not proud of his party; perhaps he doubts whether ho has any party at all behind him, aud there are good reasons for Biich n doubt. At any rate he speaks as if no political divisions existed. Harpers Weekly. Klitor Grnz,of tho Lexington Ga zette, says that 70 years of experience ol life and a pretty intimato acquaintance with men and women have convinced him that "7o per cent of women aro vir tuous, honest aud well meaning, and about 7o per cent, of tnuu aro thieves, drunkards. gAinblers aud viciously inclined." "Wo ought to continue our adher once to the, gold standard of value, with ns large uso of silver as is consistent witli strict maintenance of that policy." . John G. Carlisle. Collector Johnson's effort to evndo the civil service rules may cause the president to declare tho otlice at Louis ville vacant. It wont always eomo'times do to be too smart. Pension Agent Van Leuven pleaded guilty at Dubuque, la,, of pension frauds and was sentenced to two years imprisonment and to pay a fine of 4,000. non-partisa- n cut-throat- H :J At a remedy for all forms of Headache Electric Bitten has proved to bathe very belt. It clfects The Queen & Crescent Route always a permanent cure and the moit dreaded habitual For yields to its influence. We urge meets the public requirements. tick headache i- all who are afflicted to procure a bottle and give holidays this year they are the first to thit remedy a fair trial. In cases ol habitual conAny one who hat children will rejoice with L. stipation Electric Hitters cures by giving the announce low rates to all Q, & 0. points, needed tone to the bowels and few cases long re JT. Ilia little boy, II. Mulfotd.of rialnvile, N. and to certain territory on connecting five years of Hge, wii tick with croup. For two sitt theuseol this roediclni. Try it once.. Lare days and nights he tried variout remedies rcconi bottle: onlv p cents at A. R. Penny's Drug Store. lines. Ask agents for particulars. m mended by iriends and neighbor. lie says: "I . Mr. Ira P, Wetmore, a prominent real estate thought ure 1 thought mre I would lose him I Tub L. & N. R. R. will sell round-triman, San Angelo, Teas, hat used Cnambarlain's Chambcrlain't Cough Remedy advertishad teen s a latt hope Colic, Cholera and Ularrha-Remedy In his famed andthought I would try it tickets to Galveston, Texas, on the 22d, and am happy to tay that alter two dote be slept ily fnr several years as occasion required, and al1 gave it to him next day and a ways with perfect success He says: "I rind it a 23d and 24th of December, good returnuntil morning. cure was effected. 1 keep thit remedy in the houte perfect cure for our baby when troubled with colic I now feel that my outfit la not ing 11 days from date of sale, on account now and as toon as any of mv children show signs or dysentery. ol croup I give it to them and that Is the last of ccmnlete without a battle of this Remedy at home of Southern Educational Association or on a trip away from home." It." Rate 120 15 for the round-trip- . J. S. Rice, For cent bottlei for ti'e by Dr. S. G. ford, sale by Or. t. O. llocker, druggist, Stanat and jo agent. Hooker, druggitt, Stanford. -p When Bne became 1U slia clung to Castor!.. When sho hnd Children, she gMothera CastorU. Ouro for Iloadncbo. The Hotel Rtssinier, Louisville hav ing proven a failure, will be converted Into a clothing store. President Cleveland left Waahidg ton ycBturday for a hunting trip along the coast of South Carolina. One hundred and eighty persons at Freiburg, Saxony, were poisoned" by eating rolls that contained arsenic. Dr. It. A. Nelson, Superintendent of the inebriate asylum at Mllledgeville, Ga., was hacked to pieces by an inmate. The two men tried at Memphis for the lynching of six negroes at Milling ton have been acquitted, and the prosecution against tiie other 11 has been dropped. Mayor Fitzpatrick, of New Orleans, was an interested spectator of the fight in which Pugilist Andy Biwen was kilU ed. Tho next morning he revoked the permit for the Dempsey Ryan mill. Tho trial of the Whitfield 'county whitecaps in tho United States Court at Atlanta, has brought out tho statement from a witness that prominent Federal county and town officials were members of the organization. The American Federation of Lbor rejected tho resolution demanding the confiscation of all productive industries, and adopted a substitute demanding the abolition of "land monopoly ownership," making occupation aud improvement the only ground of title to real property. The remains of Richard Jameson of Harrison county, killed HO years ago, and two other persons were removed fora Kirtley graveyard to Battle Grove. Metallic case was opened, and body found in perfect state of preservation Features natural, and even necktio well preserved. Charles G. Kilpatrick, tho one-leged trick bicyclist, who mado the wonderful ride down tho west steps of the Capitol, at Washington, D. (3., a year ago, demonstrated his ability as a speed rider at Louisville by beating all ove' legged riders. He weut n milo in JJ.07 3 5. John Huntington, assistant bookkeeper of tho Citizens' State Bank, of Council Bluffs, la , on being questioned about a shortage of joOO, shot and probably fatally wounded two representay, tives of tho Fidelity and Casualty and then committed suicide. Mrs. Bettie Crawford has obtained judgment against Jack Ohinn at Lexington for $1,250. This suit created quite n sensation when filed and Chinn's Jire threats against the lawyers who filed tiie suit aud charged that he had been guilty of a breach of trust to tho widow of a friend, made the cold chills ruti down one's back. g. ar-cid- Farris & Hardin any-body- Chinaware, Glassware, Onyx Tables, Lamps, Water Sets, s'. L. " I OF A LOCAL NATURE. of Christmas Goods. For J. P. Simmons knocked out C. 0. Wallace in his contest for the sheriflali-t- y of Madison and the democrat wi 1 hold. An appeal was granted to the circuit court. In tho United States Court, in eession at Covington, John Hamilton, of Pulaski county, was convicted on the charge of making counterfeit money ?nnd Matt Colyer of passing the same. Both were sentenced to the Jeilersouville penitentiary for three years. A dispatch from Middiesboro statis that tho Watts steel and iron syndicate received orders from London to have both furnaces "blow in" Jan. 1. Two of the steel furnaces have already lighted fires and will make "runs" in a few days. If all tho furnaces are started thty will require 7ol) men. Green Cummins whs ambushed and killed near Jackson. Tliu Nix brotheis have been arrested. Tho Queen and Orescent on Friday brought to Cincinnati 30 carloads of oranges in one train, each car carrying ll.COO boxes. Mrs. Amelia Westerguard, of Phil: delphia, committed suicide by cutting her throat with a curving knife. Excrs-- 1 sive grief over tho los9 of hfr husband' yis tlio cause. "Anxious Inquirer:" No; tho ur-- . gency deficiency bill which Col. Bnck-inridis railroading through Congress does not provide for the Pollard judg- ment. Ha principal item Is an appropri- -' atiou for collection of the income tax. Louisville Times. ge CANDIES, NUTS AND FRUITS They b. at the world. The St. Asaph Hotel Which is under their management, is headquarters for the traveling public and is one of the best hotels in the State. MM KT j j , ( Com-pau- Flour and Corn Meal iSTHE VERY BEST. USE NO OTHER. Satisfpct on Guaiantecd. Sold by all Grocers. !i!mz The Stanford Roller Mills' r '''" riC jaSg&v.ty.-wj.--- ! Ssy-a?r-''?- v Holiday rates on the Q. & 0. this year aro made at a fare and a third the round trip. Tickets on sale Dec. 22nd to 25, and Dec. 29th to January 1st, inclusive. Good until January 3rd, for return. OuA8. W. Zsll, D. P. A., Cincinnati, O. We are Headquarters For Bran, Shipstuffs, Crushed Feeds, Corn, Grain, And Seeds. J. H. BATJGHMAN" CO., Props. Tns L. & N. R R. will sell round trio tickets at 1J fares to any point on this Bystem Dec. 22d to 25th inclusive and Dec. 20th to Jan. 1st inclusive, good re- I turning until Jan. 3d. All tickets good going only on day of sale. J. S. Rice, FAL.L. CMDJD) My stock of agent. m Guaranteed Curo. We authorize our advertised druggist to sell you Pr. King's New Diicoyery for Coosumptioo, Cou?hi and Colds, uprn tins cotd ton: If you are sfllicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, Throat, or Chest trouble and will ue this remedy according to directions, giving it a (air trial and experience no benefit, you may return the bottle and have your money refunded. We could not male this offer ir we did not know thst Dr, Kings New DUcovcry could belied upon. It never dis appoiits Trial bottles free at A. R. Penny's drug store. Large site joe and $i. i Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots Shoes, &c, is now complete Call and see me. H. J. McROBERTS. Li.. 7t- - ,ninnrni)i,, ., ifTifri , 1 ., f.i;.iw iwrt s.r.,waB-t- a rawriLKa Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal CHRISTMAS EVE IN PARIS. FIRST GEM IN AFMCA. JSjysVysyrfSjsjiss Not Quito FiUUfftctory. Paid tho dotoctivo, "that you had n clow to tho whereabouts of Crookles, tho famous criminal. " "Yes," replied tho brother officer, "a Asj iy 1 tho homo of tho oldest married child. Thoro aro places for tho grandparents, too, and, if n child has been lately born to swell tho family circle, a seat of honor noxt tho grandmero for its'mother, who is queen of tho feast. "Tho "supper" is a great dinner, nt whioh good will is tho order, whoro aro drunk innumerable glasses of harmd dishes. less, unintoxieatii g grape wiuo, nnd A sliver nut dish rejoices in tho quito whero toasts aro offered to ovory Egyptian title, "Osiris." good luck, past and to coma Louis XV. waro is still in high favor, At the rovcillon aro discussed all tho as some of tho new designs show. Tho affairs of tho family. If during tho year vegetable dishes are rather odd in de- tho relations, between two of its memsign, consisting of threo partitions, bers have becomo strained, nil is often drainer and hot water compartmont. forgiven and forgotteu iu this family Tho entree dish and biscuit box aro lovo feast both very heavily chased. So with toast and rally nnd story tho Ono of tho very newest things out is hours creep by until it is far into tho the stand. It is in silver and is de- small hours, when tho party breaks up. signed for butter, cheese and biscuit; Now York Press. anything more appropriate for cherries and strawberries than n silver fluted dish, with a bunch of cherries, all in silver, for a handle for tho one, and a strawberrj' bowl fabhloned lilio a leaf for tho other? Very attractive also is tho grape stand hung with silver fruit, and for peaches and other fruit a pyramid of shell-shape- ForRet ami Forgive I tho Custom Mid- Lourmrd Jacobs, Its Discovoror, to night IMum nnd tho Family .Supper. Itocolvo n. Ponslon. Stanford, Ky., December J 8, lMii On Christmas evo in tho homos of Paris, when tho children aro fast asleep, The Story of the ICornnnnh'fl Lucky Find light one." with tho bonnes to wnt6h ovor thouL A llrlght Stone ricked Up by Ills "What was it?" W. P. WALTON. tho older ones mid the parents go to tho Children Turns Oat to Hon "A man camo to mo and said ho was grand high mass, lasting from 10 o'clock" Valuable Diamond. Crooklos and wanted toglvo himself up till midnight. This i a very solemn , because ho was tired of eluding jusfcervico and is sung with great ceremoTABLE FURNISHINGS. Atn tlmo when tho futuro of tho tice " ny and with row upon row of whito "What did you do?" Dark continent is, moro or less, the subInformation Gntliered la Karopo for the veiled nuns, whoo narrow bolts of blue, ject of discussion In nil circles, "Nothing. Ho couldn't provo his Women of America? it may Thcro is no moro fascinating study to orango or led show thoir peculiar or- bo of somo interest topcruso a leaf torn Idontity. " Washington Star. tho mind feminino than dainty trifles der, kneeling in tho transept. from Its past Tho Capo government Is Just at midnight the mass ends, and contemplating bestowing - pension for tho dining table. An Interruption. Tho shops at present nro full of tho altar boys snuff tho tall caudles. upon tho founder of tho diamond InThen tho family returns and thcro ia dustry In tho country over which It quaint and pretty designs for all manner of things that ono can use, in sil- tho rovcillon, or tho supper of waking holds jurisdiction, and tho accompanytho ono meal of tho year at which ing picture isof the fortunate individual ver, china and glass. For instance, who could imagine aro gathered tho brothers and sisters to who will doubtless bo the happy reN "I undcrstnnd," con-ccivab- 1 VtfTOn7777 gP MW Economizing For Christinas. Thcro is a touch of humor in tho potty economies practiced by many men for Rovoral weeks boforo Christmas. Tho man who has been accustomed to costly lunches, and who invariably bestows a substantial tip upon tho waiter, about this timo of tho year is likoly to affect a liking for a luncheon consisting of a If sandwich and a pieco ot pie. lie does not smoko quito so mauy cigars as formerly and convinces himself that a less expensive weod is quito as satisfactory as his favorito braud Ho does not frequent tho cafes as much as formerly, and thcro is a noticeable lack of his usual freo hearted hospitality when ho encounters his friends in such places. This strango parsimony which has como membering the missionary's Instruc- over tho man is not duo to tho fact that he has met with financial misfortune, nor that ho has suddenly becomo sordid and mean. Ho is merely economizing in his expenses iu order that ho may have moro money with which to purchaso FnETTir TiUSGS FOIl THE TABLE. Christmas gifts for thoso ho loves. It cheese and biscuit form one course at may bo a wife or child, mother or sisevery dinner table, or ter, for whom ho makes these sacrifices, and thcro is no doubt that in tho happicourse dinner. There aro some peoplo who always want butter ness ho brings to other hearts ho will for their biscuit and for these was de- find amplo compensation for it all. The signed this dish, which would hardly Christmas season is marked by innumei-ablinstances of solf denial. Now bo used, however, except at the family York Sun. tablo. Could anything bo sweeter than tho The Yulctlda Log. silver pepper grinder with cut glass In tho Black mountains at tho presbody, accompanied by a fluted mustard jug. They are simply captivating. Tho ent day, tho custom of bearing homo egg-- f ramo toast rack and butter dish In tho yulo log is still carefully observed silver cost tho pretty sum of $50. Bos- in all its ancient detail. Tho houbo father fells the chosen trees; then ho utton Globe. ters a prayer and carefully lifts up his log nnd bears it homo on his shoulder. THE CARE OF GLOVES. LENNARD JACOBS. His sons follow his example, each bearWith Good Dressers It Amount Almost ing a log for himself. Tho father then tlons, ho placed 6ovcral bright stones, to an Art. leans his log up against tho boufcc, which his children had collected, In the As tho aftorwearof gloves depends very careful tho freshly cut much on tho way they aro treated from end is uppermost; that lesser logs of tho fire, but nil popped with tho exception tho the very beginning, new gloves should other members surround it, and this is of one, which seemed Impervious to the heat, so he put it aside to take to Mr. bo put on most carefully. Those who say that you should never put on tho Glavni Badnjak. As tho houso fa- Kallenberg when next he visited tho know " Vesoli mission. gloves when you are In a hurry and just ther places each log ho says, Some months elapsed, when ono day, going out; rather choose another time, badnji dan," or "A merry log day." Tho firo thus kindled was not allow- on preparing to go to l'eniol, he rememwhen your hands are cool and you have ten mlntutes or so to devote to them. ed to go out until tho following year, or bered the bright btono aud asked his Before beginning operations dust a o great evil would befall tho household. daughter for It, who told him that only powdo into each glove, for this will Tho fagots of tho old firo lighted tho tho previous day sho had exchanged It causo them to slip on more easily. new logs, and then wero carefully ex with a trader for some calico and wlro. At this the shrewd old Korannah Work tho fingers well on before putting tinguished and stored nway nmong tho In tho thumb; then work that in slow- housohold treasures. In tho highlands j concluded that tho stone must havo ly, gradually smoothing tho kid on to of Scotland to this day it is considered been of somo value or tho trader would tho hand. When tho glove is carefully a great misfortune if tho firo bo allowed not havo given the goods in exchaugo put on, pull it well down and button to go out, and often have I heard it for it. Ho therefore went to tho field the second button, and any others 6aid, "Yao nao luck, yo've lect oot tbo cornet of the district, who, hearing his story agreed to ride out with him to there are, with the exception of the fler. " Philadelphia Publio Ledger. find tho trader. first. Leave this first button until the They accordingly started, and enThe Christmas IJrenkfust. last. If the hands arc hot remove the gloves and then turn them inside out, Tho main dish at tho Christmas break- countered him somo miles off, when he pulling them carcfull Into shape and fast should bo chicken, fried in tho owned to having received the stone, leaving them in tho air for an hour or southern fashion. Wash and cut up n but said that ns it was of no value, ho two before putting them nway. young chickeu and let it Ho in salt wa- had thrown it away. Tho cornet thereIn tho preparation of new gloves for ter for about half an hour. Cut up eouio upon asked him why, If It was of no will be found of fat Fait pork and fry it in n pan until value, he had exchanged It for merchanwear a After Eome hesitation, ho at tho greatest assistance. This, however, tho greaio is extracted, but not browned. dise. must bo used with discretion, for a Wipe tho chicken dry. Pepper nnd length consented to return und show glovo that is too largo Is quite as an- dredgo with flour. Fry in tho grooso them where he had thrown it nway, noying as one that Is too small. It is until each pieco is brown on both sides. but, seeing that they btuck to him dewell in buying gloves to provide your- When tho chicksm is fried, pour a cup terminedly, ho at length produced tho self with a spool of mending silk or of rich milk into tho pan, thicken with btono. Jacobs, rejoiced at its recovery, but linen exactly tho color of tho gloves. a tablespoonful ot flour and ono of betTo clean gloves is not always easy. ter. Chop somo parsley into it, boil up still uncertain as to its value, repaired Tho gloves should not bo allowed once and pour over tho chicken. at onco to tho mission, where ho found, to become almost black with soil before much to his chagrin, that Mr. KallenPotatoes a la cromo beginning tho cleaning process. All accompaniment to thisform an oxcollcnt berg had been transferred to Uothany, Christmas dish. Rov. Adam Zer- light gloves especially whlto onea Chop somo cold boiled potatoes into a but that his assistant, can be cleaned in benzine or naphtha. boiling sauco mott, was there, to whom ho showed" s mado by mixing 8 Mr. Zcrmott told mm ho 'ol ono glove at a time, of course. of molted butter, a littlo chopped tho stone. Dip It Into a basin containing about a know nothing of such matters, but of rich milk and cupful of the benzine, and shako it parsley, poppor, a cup that Godfroy Radloff , tho fitorekcoper, a couplo of spoons of flour. and squeeze until soma of tho dirt is might Ho, however, would advance Light, delioious muffins, n flaky nothing on it, but bald that ho would washed out. Then lay tho glove on a omolotto and tho perfect coffoo, without send It to of his at Colesburg, clean towel or piece of muslin, and with a muslin rag rub from tho wrist which no breakfast is a succoss, should who in turn sent it to a friend in who forwarded it to Port to tho finger tips. When the glovo is complete the Christmas breakfast Seetill moist pull gently on the hand and lected. Elizabeth, whero Sir Philip Wodehouso, tho governor, hearing of tho stone, rub again with a rag moistened in Christina Customs of the Druids. cleaning tho linger tips, thumbs cuubed it to bo examined by an AmsterTho Druids' had a very beautiful and palm well Remember that if you custom which we modorns should imi- dam expert, who pronounced it a genuwant your gloves to look at all well you tate iu spirit They cut tho green troe3 ine diamond. must always rub ono way, from tho wrist at this season of tho year and carried Sir Philip thereupon purchased it for up toward tho Angers, Repeat tho samo 500, naming it tho "Star of South process with tho second glove, and them into thoir warm rooms in order to Africa," and it still remains In his famplaco tho pair in tho open air for an protect the spirit; of tho forest and tho ily. tho frost and hour or more, lotting them rest on a stroams from winds.winter's priiigtimo Lcnnard Jacobs finally, after tho In tho aro thorough- death dealing clean towel. When they lapse of two years, received from Godly aired, lay them away in violet or these spirits thua housed und sheltered frey Radloff a horse, wagon, somo hollotropo orris, und your gloves, when went out again to reclotho tho forest sheep nnd a littlo money, tho exact you aro ready to woar them, will look with green foliage, to unlock tho icy amount of which ho does not recollect llko now and will smoll far bweoter streams and cover tho faco of tho earth He is seventy-eigh- t years old, and was with beauty and bread. At this Christthan when they were purchased. n and btrong on the peaco and good will let perfectly well mas soasou of of tho first, and probably tho lot, us provido a homo for tho spirit of love, tlmo of his ever being photographed. For rbeumitiim I hate found nothing equal to of justice and of sympathy, that they Halm It teleives the aia ai may bo protected against tho ovil times, Chamberlain's Pain Kmnratd and lVurls. toon as applied. J. W, Young, West Liberty, Tho emerald Improves in color on W. Va. Tho piompt relief it affords is alone tho coldness and solfishnoss of tho worth many times the cost, jo cents. Its continworld, to go out again in tho spriugtimo exposure to tho light Pearls kept in ued use will effects permanent en re. tho dark lose their luster, but regain it For sale hyDr.S. G. Uocker, druggist, Stan- "to heal and sootho and' bless." ford. on exposure to tho sun. well-regulate- Cet only the genuine It has crossed red tl you need livery give us t call. Nothiag but should provo dlamondlferous. It was lines on the wrapper. All others are subturnouts will Icavo our stalls, bee ui stitutes. On receipt of two ac. stamps we Back Alloy Ah, darling, I could just possible that while tilling the for rates. In our will send set of Ten Beautiful World' discover one of thoso iu this grapevine forttvar tolling you of ground he might Flr View and book free. HARNESS SHOP my boundlem lovo nnd DROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MO. valuable stones. You will find a good assortment of ilaiueu, II Jacobs, who had never before heard taVvtamWAX Saddles, Ai. ILe our repalritg done by of a diamond, asked what it was and on. roan he understands bit buneeas. We have a mechanic in our PUBLIC SALE OF to be distinguished; wherehow it was upon Mr. Kallenberg told him that If BLACKSMITH SHOP. he found a stono bright nnd shining, Will guaiantrefirat class work' and satlafactoiy llko glass, which withstood tho flto pnees Ti our home ahoer. Agents for Dcenug Machines, Ihe lightest dtafl while his pulse boat five times or more, on earth. Wi ho might conclude it was a diamond; tfll lolhe h k t ami fc, il bidder at micnlne out pU t ii. lie Item uinci.villc en tho McKln-nt- ) while, on the other hand, If It popped KliIi LUk A .McCirnaikt pike, on In tho ashes, It was a crystal and valueless. IJcc, 29, 1894, h "Why," said Lcnnard, "my children Our FaimufSlXlY ACr ES on which lbre ii IHE flDffiHT, havo many such stones ns you speak a kcI duelling al il all rrctuary outbuilding!, c nuirM to a gtid of, and when I go homo I will put aii lain chuuh ana tchccl, aoscret already in wheat. The undersigned aiockholdera heiely assoclala them in tho Arc." 10 acica in gtati and ba aucc lu cultivation. Good Ihcrcteltcs together in order lo for a corporation On his return to his little form, rejnting rrthard ai.d abundance of water pursuant lo Chapter 171 ol tbe General first-cla- ss actually tho discoverer of tho first diamond In South Africa is a fact beyond dispute, which has been sworn to by numerous witnesses, before II. Roynolds, Ksq., J. 1 for Vnal river, South Africa. In the year 1SG0, Lcnnard Jacobs, a Ivorannah, was led by a report that a German missionary, named Kallenberg, nan settled in renicl (now known as Barkly), to "trek" thither lu search of religious instruction. After remaining n't l'eniol for somo months ho became dissatisfied aud resolved to return to his kraal, but was dissuaded by Mr. Kallenberg, who pointed out to him tho advantages of remaining within touch of a Christian mission. Ho also added to his persuasion that ho had read that geologists In the- old country had expressed opinion that South Africa Is Wind-sorton, - cipient That ho means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trilling ailments neglected. Don't play with Nature's greatest gift health. : In Poor Health J (CTflDr lO VJIXU 1 i 1 iXUUl'ikJ inManlord, for sale or rent They are en JUIn Pirn t, in thn principal Mrs M.J. M I I.L.KII, Stanford. block 75 DflDMC I I TWo largo brick ones AiplrloS Uli Witnr. "PTi'ATMl n he .argo occupied l.y Wallace W h ae ajaoo fret. 1'oaie lon Jan t, 1805 r.Siagr, Stanford, Ky. Store-Koot- . 63-- To Tho Xa.diG3 I Atmyatore yix will find one ol 'he finest locks of MilHntry and Kmbroldery Material ever brought lo Stanford. Ihave paid cash fur my goods and sell them for caih, so lew that you will lo furctd to buy Irom me. An examination wilt convince you and yottvte Invited to make it. . MR8. A. A McKtNNEV.'" TO THE LADIES. I drnrclocalt ycut atieutlon to the fact that I m ready to seive you In Dross Mating in any at d all stiWa. I lake the be t .hlon Jutiinn'a Brown's ::Iron : tf are feeling out of sorts, weak and generally exhausted, nervous, hue no appetite and cau't work, begin at once taking the most tellable strengthening Drown' iron HiA few bottles cure benefit comes from the ery first dose tters. 1 and keed posted on whet ladles should wear. Trier reasonable. Come in and glv. me a trial. 1 rinpoy none uui nisi Class neip Ktaectlully, MISSMARV I) SMITH, 11 em Stanford, Ky. A Treat Foi The Ludivs. etry tncllcine.v,hlclils MI11 Moore will arrlvtt October 1st, with thing that It new and nubby in the way of Ditters tt.li taur tttih, and It's pleasant to take. XKtn't I'lease call and examine my stock before buy ing Mypiices shall be the lowtt. thanking you for paitfavott. respectfully, KATK DUUnliKAR. Manager. JAMF.S VKAGF.R. 3ivIIlXJI3SrEI22'3r- TIIOMA8 YKAOE R It Cures VEAGER & YEAGER, W3 Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver Neuralgia, Troubles, Constipation, Bad Blood Malaria, Nervous ailments Women's complaints. Lim?,mSlKDUiNQ.TW Special Haiti to Commercial Men. STANFORD. KY. ') LAS3D& STOCK! rl 1. 1 1 1 aim day, Articles oflueorpornlicm MIliriiG Statutes of Kentucky. corporation tball possets stl the powers Their enumerated in Chapter iji of the Genets! Htat-utont, pluwa, barruwa, tc. of Kentucky. An Act for the creation '1LK.MS - Liu lL.I,)cab ralaticeini and a regulation of private corporations lecame a and law jeara, ,ual raj aeon. Ooponalty, o montb'a A pill 3. i&Sj. lime without iuttrctl. Ncgotiatda note, payable AliTK'LK a. In rarmeit Hank A Irtni Lo. Tne name of the corporaltea shall be Ihe Ii. G & J. I. UCODK, Canning Company and its rriic'pal place McKinuey, Ky ol business shall 1 lie town ol McKinney, counSotd ty ot Lincoln, Stats ol Kentucky. Will alao tell 11 woik Mulea yt Southdown and pig and a n ill. good lot ol farn lug implement conaittlng of wag. j i(o,;oul roai, ios iii ea ey d TO 1H25 CITIZENS Of Lincoln County. Boa You don't say Herald. bo? . o Now York The New end sale thereof and ol any other business taining to the same. ARTICLE j. Ths geneisl nature of lbs bustneai to I Irani-arte- d by this corporation ahall b the canning ami Drescrvtig i.lfiuilsand vegetables, the purchaso per- ARTICLE A Grern Hand. Hall How did yon get rid of that railroad stock? I didn't think nny ono would touch it, considering tho condition of tho road. Ball Well, I found a party who wasn't posted. Hull Who was ho? BrookBall Ono of tho directors. lyn Life. A Dlriolon of SOME OF OUR PRICES: dud Aaliw ti toltr binand tblclnmet Ail 11 The authorized capital stock ot this corporal on hall be Hive Thousand Dollars divised Into hires of Filly Dollars each, but this comrany may begin butiatss when at much aa 30 per cent, or the capital stock ia subscribed, srxl no stock, shall b issued at less than Its lace vatut acd except for money actually paid In for propetty si its Ky., market value actually received and applied In the authorised purposes ol tho corporation or lor aer 1. . i.. f..il nf..i.ii(in mrA Invilea the atttntlc-Lu i.li. oui ty to itt maters), vices rendered and for labor done and accepted at ot tie lulMt" market value. tuptlio wnknsnihp aiid low pnca. Note ItsSubscriptions tor ticck ahall t paid as fellows: 30 per cent, to be paid on or before Jan, 1, ilas, ,0 per cent.or Ue balance tobs paid on or before) April 1, 181)5. All later subscriptions fer stock to be paid fcr I'tifccih dtarpoplaior yellnw pine flooring al JM, Min.nu A low at Ji jo tr hurdrrd on demand. 4. Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Mill; Labor. pre- bo-in- g Friend That is your cook, I sume? Mrs. Bricabrac Cook, chambermaid and everything olso. Sho docs nil tho housework. 'But what is tho eecond girl for?" "Sho mends tho things that tho other ono breaks." New York "Weekly. ARTICLKs. I'tincily char jtl!i Claia wiatlit Ivaidifg at Ji ,o per hutditd Names ol residences, number of ol Ceding in jrlliw arr.oun a subscribed by stockholders: shares and I atteiis iiir.rtpltr cl.rtiliM aid sih.sa lew a Ji s p er K I.. Tanner, McKlnoey, ........ 10 snares ItiudiMl Itubl drcind limbtr salow atl r . .ti. are. o hin dud. Iisttilul 'l'twpin nnlabll'K luirbtr, Win, Ch.ster field, n II your i ordcia jylm alter oak, Ai. Sae rrorey by glmg in . . TIIF. lAKCAMBK l'Miilu jiii.i.. Ky ....,,.... lanaitff, Jaa. II. V nhcxik. lavul A. llaugh. ' 1793. THE 1894. v. A inney, J. I. Heck, A II. Davidson, K.I M. Kite, for El J. Tanner, (j. I) McCaity, A 1) ' ... , .. , 11 1 1 " ' " . A Enes" I 11 ia 3 " " lit-tl- i wearing this old hat and this moth eaten Banks. "I thought old overcoat," it was going to rain." An hour or two later it did rain. "Banks," observed Rivers, "you'ro not as big a fool as you look." Chicago Tribune No Use. "I Consoling. was a big fool to como down town Weekly Now Issued t Mi Twice-a-Week,F A. II. McKinney, J T McKinney, I'amenlsch, Ml. Salem, McKinney, " ' " s V Kennedy. M Owens, I) K. Sluder, tS. C Ljon, im. " t I 1 S " lluslenville, " 1 1 " a OF CINCINNATI. TheBest FamilyiNewtpaper In thetWest. ed in the General Statutes ol Kentucky. ARTICLE 6. Tnii cerrcrstim thill li;in burinrat aa , ..iv,.l. in Arttcl4, on or bilorc Jan. 1, 1S15, arid ed for continue ila exlitctco for 13 vea' thereafter, 113. less sooner terminated according to law at prescribThe affairs t, "Havo yon a timo tablo hero?" asked tho Feedy straugor. "Our terms," roplied tho restaurant keeper, "aro cash in advance" "Foiled again," hissed tho seedy stranger between hisusolcss teeth. Indianapolis Journal. ralurul Mistake Conductor Madam, how old ia that boy? glove-stretch- er Elderly Mation (with freezing dignity) This youtig lad, sir, has no wish to rido free. Hero is her ticket Her bicycle is in tho baggago tfur. Chicago Tribune An Appropriate Name. Tho ModistuP I'm going to sot tho fabhion for a now coTor, somothing a seal brown aud a chocolate, but I cau't find a namo for' it Her Friend Why not call it "Chi-cagbuow?" Chicago Record. o the corporation ahall l.r rnt.ii.ri e by such officers and amenta aa tbe stock hcldrrt my deem ncccs.ary lo elect, ccntisiiri; of a pitti- iu Ci lun ttof the chcicol reading etov week ent, secretary and il will FfxnaiurJtP ai Icif93 rronthr .coital uS colurcui, general manager, and by a boaid of treasurer and five dirtctort. cr b,C;G cckiui ia The officers and board being sleeted annually by Ihe stockholders on the isi Mondty in December to hold office for one year or until their successors arurtrctcd and ;nllficd In the annual election ol ctlicers of dirrctois each shareholder thsll have can at many votes In the aggregate at w, 11 Vr jitirintt'l life It ccrird in ita ol a right tohold ahsics multiplied by the be shall th-number of rouniry si.d all nfliceta or directors to be imm. Thelattat elected, and each shareloriign columns gmn in each holder may cast the whole number ol votes either in person or by proxy for one candidate or distribute hla voles among two or moti candidatea. The Should vacancy occur X Can fiid fcd for study in' the rrlnmra vote of llma stockholders, it shall 'be filled by a di voted lo polilirnl ntws and diicuttiom,- called fcr that pur pofc. at an special mectlnr Tard, In se'dilion, firl alona of uaclul inATTICLK 8. rjfrrmatiop relative to agricultural matters I cltai td Item tl e (xpenenco ol the beat The corporstTon shall not contract or Incur debta greater than the stock subscribed and paid for. lanitib in the lard. 01 1 AKTICI.K7. Only One Dollar neof a a Year. ht-ue- Farmer TheHousekeeper Will find much to help her in lightening the buiden ol her work. tablo-spoon- The Young Folks Are the Joy oi the household, Their wanti How heat to arnuae ate n ullitudinoui the vexing problem of rrd I atiuct them la of theae thines are formotherheod. None gotten in the Twice aWeek Gszitte. n, ben-Kin- o, Ills llmlest Hour. Tho Boro Oh, excuse me I didn't know you were no busy, or I wouldn't havo dropped in. When is your busiest timo? Yfco Editor When nnybody calls. Now York Press. Reading for Old and Young. In addition lo the currmt ncs of the day of be hundnds on all subjects there will upon ev columi f of th choice! rea-inScience, Art, Inler-- ;r ry Icpli Hiali ly, riling Slirlia, I'oetry. Correspondence IrtmAI'iesd. All will find their placo In the lolumsoftMa gnat Famil) Taper Have a Department specially detbted to thentar pit Nodd tho other night. Didn't know you ovor went there Todd I had my wife with me Now York Sun. Getting Ktcn. Vegetarian (who has been chasod across tho fenco by cattle) Just wait, you etupjd brutes. From this moment I Fliegendo am no longer u vegetarian. An Kxcrptinn. I Faw yon in tho . The Old War Veterans fflB their interekis. ThcLaboringMan price. and Employer Have a Department devoted lo tbtm. This alone li worth twice It e subscription Market Reports SAMI'LK occa-nlo- Are msde a ap'cial feature, and will la found thoroughly reliable in tvrry detail, and complete up to thehcurol istue. COPIES FREE. Addrcts amcndi d by a two thirds vote ol the stockholders at any annual meeting, provided, however, that not leas than one month's notice ahall be given or of the dtlired change. rK- - Li,Tin.n,r' ,0 rrs F. M. n"'e, wm- Kings Mountain, Ky . 10 shares; Chester field. J. Vanhook, McKinney, i share; Ed At Estss If. la S. A. Kstcs, McKinney, 10 shares: A. Cawenlsch. McKinney, 3 shares, J. L. Heck McKinney, 1 iharejh. I lanner, McKinney, s shares, U. L. Johnson, McKinney, 1 tharo, S. R. Walls, Mc. Kinney, share. The within articles of Incorporation were s gtied and acknowledged before me in Lincoln countr Ky ,by K. L. fanner. F. M. Ware. Wn. terfield J II. Vanhook, Ed M. K.tet. A. Came" itch,J.L.IIeckandE.J.TaDner,tobe ihcir act and deed, this Nov. sS, iS4 GEORGK II. COOI'FR, Clerk, Lincoln Connty Court. By Cicero Reynolds, Deputy Clerk. STATK OK KENTUCKY, ) COUNTY OF LINCOLN. (Sct-I- , George II, Cooper, Clerk of the Lincoln Coun-l- y Court, do certily thst Ihe foregoine articlea of incorporation were On the 6th acknowledged by K. L. Tanner! Wire, Win. Chi.terfiefd, J. H. Vanhook, K Jf' Ed M. E.tet, A. Csmenuch, J. L. Beck, Ed J. bs their act and dee.fan.l before CiceroTanuer to Reynold, my deputy as thown by hit ondo;.emeut in figurei and words as follows, to.wif thereon within srtides of Incorporation were signed and ARTICIE9. The private properly of (he stockholder shall be exempt from liability for the debit ol the capo ration ARTICLE 10. The srtlclesof Incorporation may be altered or "S"1"'''''! ''. 1 i ,1 bVk7LT.nnen-JLW.re,nr- a Blattor. I'luased. o. Collector Say, look hero, I'm tired calling horo about this bill. Tho Debtor Well, I'm mighty glad Life, to hoax of COMMERCIAL GAZETTE Daily Commercial Gszette est Newspaper in the West. A3-T- he CO., CINCINNATI, O. Is the great- it ' I4. lieck and La. i. Tanni i.iaU ... dred ihl, Nov. ,6 ,t94. George II.ii.i. Cooper. Clk lodged for record, whereupon I have same and this certificate in my office. recorded the iltets my hand thn Dec OE01l.6o6V.ER, Clerk, Uy J. H. Burton, D. C E',e' &S,j (I fT- - V- - 3 from other houses. At Inst Snnta Clnus stopped his team boforo a littlo house. Tho klsilnn boush txli-ctho hall. "Thoro nro n good boy and girl here Oh, co how Daplino'n lilurlin ilvil Without tho whirling Rnnwllukr fall nnd others who must hnvo somo ChristAnd blind tho hluu of Duphuu'ii eye. mas gifts," said Santa Clnus. Then ho went into tho cottago, and From out tho holly poojn tho red, To vlo with DnplmoV curllnn lip; Vigg went with him. Tho family wero Qnon boughs nnd ImttIm duftly wl nil gathered mound the Christmas tree, Iljr innulo of htr Hiikit tips. nnd tho father was reading from tho Acrcmi vrnrm ipnro thoflrn beam piny; about tho child Jesus. Santa Claus The wood evoke romplnlnluir noutid slipped his presents inside tho door A requiem o'er tho vuuNlu-- dy That strew sad memory' twilight ground. without their heoing him and sottly went bnok with Vigg to tho sled. Then Without tho Ruaty wenther din thoy stnrted again through tho dark Makes mournful tmulo Vulnit tho pane. wood. Lovd'o wlntor pnnleii, bright within, Buirmcr'n liwt refrain. After nwhilo Santa Clnus stopped iu front of a big building, from ovory winOh, Daphno, Hwevt, tho elllnir yonr lln.t flung you Htnindixl on my breast. dow of which shone a blight light. Ho TuRctlr may out fooUteH woor found man)' presents for (Ids houso path thut wlmU to lllprlma' ItrUI ll.c when ho opened his client, so tunny that Oii.tlowonmn. Vigg wondered nnd mnrvoled nt them. Thoro wero bracelets, necklaces, veils nnd buckles nnd silk and velvet nnd gold nnd silver nnd nil sorts of precious Tho snow lay nhinliiK ovor Uio moor htoues. "What nro nil theso for?" ho nsked. Iniul. nuil ouly ouo dwolllng could lw "They nro for fishes," said Santa cotn littlo Foon on nil itavnst oxpnuso Clnus, with n wink. "For tho young tage, old nnd Rray. Trnvolora who pass- ladies to cntch fishes." ed over tho moor often Bald, "Uowlono Now they went to tho king's pilnco, ly tho ixwr jwoplo mnst ho who live which was much larger than oven tho lit-bi- AT CHRISTM.i-S- . o ft VIGG'S CHRISTMAS. to last fluo houso. "Hem nro ncouplo of presonts for tho .But tho oottngo was n very nlco ono of Its kind. Moan grow nil over tho roof, prince," said Santa Clnus. "Wo will go hero, nnd protecting it from tho cold nnd wind. soon finish king iu thothen wo will ami mountain, to tho groat Tho ohlmnoy was broad nnd ntrong, and then homo to Mother Gertrude ou tho tho roof, with its thntch of turf, looked honth." thorol" -- 1 nnd by tho fonco woro popples nnd roses. Upon n hank close by Mood nn nspon treo, nnd nt tho cottngo window hung n littlo curtain. Tho whole placo wns very neat nnd clean. Tho cottage nnd tho garden belonged to Mother Oertrudo, who lived thoro alone with n littlo loy named Vigg, whom eho had adopted. Early in tho morning of iho dny Christmas Mother Oertrudo had btarttMl for tho gin-crin tho village, which luy nt a long distance over tho moor. Tho an was dotting, but slio wns not nt homo yet, and Vigg was very lonely In tho cottago, for thcro was perfect Hilenco nmid tho vast miow plain, which wns nil that ho could hco. All day long ho had not heard tho bound of bell. a fduglu hon-oIt Js hard to tell how long ho had lwon iltting there whan ho heard tho boll of n hoio dashing over tho snow. Ho prang to tho window and looked eagerly out to poo who could bo coining, for ho knew Mother Gortrudo would not Tho Hturs woro lighted . Iinvo nny bolls. nil over tho heavens, and they twinkled nnd sparkled in the darkness of tho night, I'nr nwny thoro wns something very blnck on tho snow. It camo noarvr nnd nearer, nnd tho lulls rang out louder and louder. Suddenly n sled drove up to tho cottngo and Mopcd at tho winbo-fo- ro with littlo rod nnd yellow IjIchboiih. At Vigg snw all tho wonderful things ho tho oud of tho house wns n tiny garden, took out. whoro grow iwtatoes, carrots nnd Santa Claus nnd Vigg ngnin mounted cab-bago- in fiuuuner liko green volvot covered Onco moro ho opetixl tho chest, nnd tho Bled, through tho dark wooL "Now wo nro going to sco tho mountain king." 6nid Santa Claus. Vigg was very quiet nnd thoughtful for nwhilo. Then ho nsked anxiously, "Is your chctit empty now?" "Pretty nearly, " said Santa Clans who put his pipo iu Ills mouth. "Yon have prehunts for nil tho rest. Hnven't you nny for mo?" nsked Vigg plaintively, "Oh, you need not bo nfraid I shall forget you," laughed Santa Claus. "Your prosent is at tho bottom of tho SllVht." and away thoy wont uguiti "Oh, please, show it to mo!" Vigg pleaded. "Can't yon wait till yon got homo tomorrow?" asked Santa Claus. "No, no; let mo seo it now," baid Vigg. dow. It was n Med with four horses, nnd tho hoiscsworo smaller than" nny ponies Vigg find over seen. Tho littlo iflnn who drove them had pulled hard on tho reins to stop them, and tlioy wero jumping nnd rearing nnd making tho snow tly iu ovory direction. "Keep quiet, ttapp! Bo still, Snappi Nntt, stand quiet! Latt, keep in your skin I" shouted tho littlo man iu tho Bled ns ho jumped out nnd enmo to tho window whero Vigg wns standing with eyas dilated with wonder. Vigg hnd tiovor seen n man who looked liko him, but then ho had nover scon many men. IIo wns n littlo old man, just matching his horses in size. His f ten was full of wrinkles, nnd his whiskers wero liko whito moss. His clothes woro of fur from bend to foot, nnd iu ouo tido of his mouth ho hold n pipe, while tho smoko camo out of tho other side, "Good evening, Pug Noso," ho said. Vigg niiBwered, with sotno dignity, "Good evening. " "Oh, Mother Gortrudo isn't homo yet, nnd yon nro nlono und linvo to In) ior it good hour yet. Aro you not urrnld?" "I am n Swedish boy," nnsworod Vigg. Mother Gertrude had taught him that Swedihh boys woro nlways brave. "Oil, you nro n Swedish boy, tiro you?" faid tho littlo old man, rubbing his noMJWith his mittoiM, and taking tho plpo from his nioutli. "Do you know who I ni.i?" "No," nnid Vigg, "but do you know who I nm?" Tho old man tool; off his cap nnd mado tho boy n low bow. '"I hnvo tho honor of talking to Vigg," tmiil ho. "You aro tho gront lighter of tho country nnd hnvo just put on your first imir of troupers. You nro not afraid of tho largest whiskers in tho world. You nro Vigg, nnd I nut Santa Claus. Ilavo I tho honor of being known to you?" "Oh, you aro Santa Clausl You must lw a good maul" cried Vigg. "Mother has often spoken of you. Of courso I know who you aro. " "Thank yon for yonr compltmont, " langhod Santa Claus. "You can't tell much about mo from hoarsny. Will yon go out with mo for a rido?" "I would liko to," said Vigg doubtfully, "but I can't, for mother is not homo yot, and if I am not hero when slio comes what would hho think?" "You will be homo boforo sho gets back, " Santa Claus answored. "Come nlongl" Vigg sprnng out. It was vory cold, nnd V igg was not dressed very wnrmly. His littlo saok was very tight, and his wooden shoes had mado holes iu his Btookings. Santa Claus locked tho door nnd lifted Vigg into tho sled, covered him upwithnblankot, blow somo smokn out of his pipo, cracked his whip, and oiT they tlow. Thoy woro very soon far nway from tho heath nnd camo to n dark wood. Mother Gertrude had told Vigg about this wqpd. Tho trees woro bo big and high that it seemed to him ns if tho stnrs wero ou tho boughs. Soinotlnics botwoou tho trunks of tho trees ouo could catch a glimmer of tho lights "Thoro it is," answered his companion, turning around to his client and pulling from it a pair of thick woolen btookings "Is that nil?" nsked Vigg. "Aren't you glad to have thorn?" replied Sipi Clnus. "You know there nro bolus in the ones you have on. " "Yes, but Mother Gertrude could havo mended them. You give tho prince such fine things. I think you might huvo something pretty for mo too." Bantu Claus did not say a word, but ho laid tho stockings back iu tho chest and blow long whiffs of smoko from his pipo and looked very thoughtful. No ono spoko a woid for a long while, and Vigg's thoughts wero full of envy. Ho was angry that tho prince should hnvo had uuoh btutiful things, nud only tho woolen stockings wero given to him. Thou thoy camo to n great mountain, with n high, straight wall of rock, and Santa Claus stopped tho sled nud got out nnd gavo nn oat enko to each of tho four horse, Kapp nud Snapp and Natt nnd Lntt Then, taking Vigg by tho hand, ho knocked nt tho mountain wall. It opened boforo them, and they went iu. They had taken only a fow steps when Vigg becamo very much frightened, for tho inside of tho mountain boomed to bo n dreadful place. It would havo been as black ns night but for tho light which bhono from tho eyes of tho snakes nnd toads which wero crawling on tho walls nud iu tho damp recedes uutong tho stones. "I wnnt to go homo to mother," finid Vigg. "I thought you wero a Swedish boy," replied Santa Clans. And Vigg did not bay a word. "How do you liko toads that ono, for instance?" asked Santa Claus after thoy hnd gono on n littlo farther. Ho pointed to a greon animal which was bitting on n stone, with its lound eyes staring nt tho loy. "It is dreadful!" faltered Vigg. "You had the toad brought here," replied Santa Claus. "Do you aoo how puffed up h( is? That is front envy. You too yon wished that you had thoprinco's gifts and didn't liko tho present 1 gavo you. A hiiako or a toad comes horo for every bad thought that enters into nny ouo's heart " "I urn vory sorry," said Vigg. "It was very naughty and ugly of mo, nnd 1 nm Thoy went ou and on, through many crooked roads, deeper iuid deeper into After nwhilo it began tho mountains to grow lighter, and at last thoy tinned a coruor nnd oame into a grand hall. Tho walls wero mado of mountain crystals, which glittered brilliantly in tho light of torches held by innumorablo dwarfs, who wero tanged around throo sides of tho great hall. The light shining through tho crystals lighted it with nil the colors of tho rninbow. Ou tho fourth side of tho hall was tho king in lite golden chair, dressed in ermine nnd velvet, sprinkled with precious tones, but his face was very gravG and -- ashamed." For ovory good thought nnd ovory good thing of which they spoko the dwarfs laid a golden weight ou ouo side of tho Bcales, nnd for eviry bad thought nnd ovory hnd thing they laid a toad or n sunko in tho other scala "Vigg, Mild Santa Claus, "that beautiful princess is very sick, nnd if sho does not get out of tho mountain soon sho will die. Sho longs for tho air of heaven, nnd tho bun light, nud tho sight of tho golden stnrs iu tho sky. Sho has been promi-c- d that sho should seo tho starry hutvons, and tho nngols, nnd bo happy foroMT. She longs for it nil, but Khuonnuot leave the mountain until somo Christmas ovo when tho bcalo of good deeds and words shall bo weighed down to tho floor, and that with tin ovil shall go up to tho ceiling. You sec now thu scales urn just even." Scarcely had Santa Claus said this when ho was summoned beforo tho king Ho had a great deal to speak of, and it was nearly all good, for ho worked only nt Christinas time, when people nro almost always kind and friendly toward omJi other. Tho dwarfs laid many, many golden weights ou tho scale whilo Saut.i Claus was talking, nud tho side with them iu it grow' heavier and heavier. Whilo Santa Claus was speaking Vigg was on pins nnd needles, dreading to hear his own namo pronouncedr When nt last it came, ho turned first red nud then pale. What Santa Claus said about him nud nbout tho woolen stockings I will not repeat, but tho dwarf laid iu tho bcnlo ou the side of tho bad things tho dreadful toad that Vigg had seen iu tho stones. Tho toad was hoavy, und ovory oyo but that of Santa Claus was turned upon flio littlo, boy. Tho king nnd tho princess, tho ftwnrfs nnd tho brownies, wero nil looking nt him. Somo of tho glnnees wero hard nnd nnd others full of compassion nnd sorrow, espociully tho of tho beautiful princes, whoso gazo wo so mild and pitiful that Vigg covered his faco with his hands, for he felt bitterly ashamed. Saura Clans told about ioor Mother Gertrude on the moor how sho had taken tho littlo fatherless nud motherless Vigg nud cared for him, nud how bl.o made mittens and rugs and brooms idid hold them to tho grocer iu the village iu ord.-- to feed him; how willing she was to mend his clothes and do everything for him; how much sho loved him nud how little thought sho hnd for herself, happy iu his rosy cheeks nud bright eyes nnd nlways ready to forglvn oven his disobedience; how earnestly sho prayed for him ovory night beforo sho went to sleep, and how only this very morning sho had walked alone over tho snow to tho village just to get a Christmas treo and other littlo things for him. Whilo Santa Claus was telling this tho dwarfs laid heavy golden woights iu thu scalo of tho good things, ami tho ugly green toad jumped down and disappeared, and thooyesof thu beautiful princess wero wot with tears, nnd Vigg was sobbing. Yes, ho was sobbing iu his sleep, nud tho grand hall, with its crystal walls nml brilliant lights, was gone, nud Vigg wns lying on his littlo bed in tho cottage ou tho moor. Tho Christmas firo was burning brightly iu tho stove, and by tho bed Mood Mother Gortrudo, saying: "Poor littlo Vigg! You had to bo all nlono hero for a long time witli no light, but I could not get homo sooner. Now I havo tho candle for you, and such a caudlo as it isl And bread nud ginger cako nnd another cako for you to givo to tho sparrows tomorrow morning. And hoo here," ndded Mothor Gortnrde, "hero is a pair of woolen stockings which I havo mndo for you for your Christmas present, Thoy aro just what you need, and hero is a pair of leather shoos, so that you need not wear your woodon ones on Christmas day." Vigg had long wished to havo n pair of leather shoes, nnd thoy mndo him vory hnppy. Ho looked nt thorn from nil eides, but ho looked so much longer nt tho woolen stockings thnt Mother Gortrudo thought ho vwts looking for somo flaw in her work. Tho truth was that they wore exactly liko thoso that Santa Claus had had iu his chest, nud they mado Vigg very thoughtful. IIo throw his arms nrouud Mothor Gertrude's neck nnd said: "Thank you, Mother Gortrude, for tho shoos and tho blockings, many times uver for the stockings." Now Mother Gertrudo placed the pot ou tho firo and a whito cover on tho table, and tho caudlo was lighted, and Vigg put on his new shoes nud the woolen stockings. Sometimes ho ran to the window nnd looked out ou tho wide, suowy moor nud wondered nbout last night how it wns that ho got homo and when. Santa Claus had been very kind to him, nnd so was dear Mothor und Chribtmas ovo was tho most dohghtful time in all tho world. Romance. so-ve- DE GIERS' GREATNESS. Tim Pnnioun ItUMlnn Mlnlfttftr of I orclirn Affnlrs nnd III Wnrlc. No man has had moro to do with shaping the policy of Russia In impodo Oiers, ( rtant matters than Nicholas Cnrlovitch "tho Finhtndcr," for many yenrs imperial minister of foreign affairs. SuAvo nnd npparently very yielding, ho gained n great influence over his imperial master, tho czar, nnd wns nblo to guide hltn In nil mattors of foreign policy. As n result, he becamo a power not only in Russia, but in tho world of nations. Ho is a dlplomate by nature nnd by educntlon, nonu tho less powerful In thnt he mado no exhibition of the power he exercised. IIo was really second only to the-atrical . JOHN H. KIRBY, Il'TSTJjaAXTCE And FOR FIRE. LIFE, MCCWEMi ' TOrtNADO Temporary . ffice AGENT, STANFORD, at D W. Vandtveet'i itore. HOLY BIBLES. A choice selection of larjje and small Ribles with references, concordances and indexed, at prices to su-- t all Sunday-Scho- ol Teachers, W. B. McROBERTS, Bookseller and Druggist. Christian Hncicavorand Iloliiess people. Niw Booksnew Poems, Novels and Children's Books. NICHOLAS CAIILOVI1CI! UK 0IKH8. r I ' tho cznr, but his vlctorien wero of penco rather than of war IIo was born May 21, 1820, nnd wns the bou of ., K-STa colonel who camo from n grent Swedish family which settled in Finland ages boforo the Rusbinns conquered it. He was educated in tho Imperial lyceum, at Zarskojc-Selonnd when eighteen yenrs departthe Asiatic old entered ment of tho ministry of foreign affairs. In 184S he was sent asdlplomatic agent to the headquarters of Gen. Lucdcrs, Has Opened his Immense Stock of who was commander in chief during the Hungnrlnn campaign; to help Russia get her grip on the Danubian provinces. After that ho went to Constantinople as first secrotnrj of tho Russian embassy, and there ho kept close watch on the events of tho Crimean war. Then his hand appenred In Moldavia and In 1658 he went to Egypt ns And- consul 'general. Then he nppenred ngnin in tho Dnnubc principalities. Everywhere ho made history, nhno.t without trumpet or imperceptibly, sword, except, perhnps, ns incidental nnd minor nids. Ho went to Teheran ns Russian minister in 1S03, nnd succeeded in breaking England's influence. This Stock has been selected with great care and any and everything IIo virtually won Asia for the czar, nnd from a cheap Toy to a most Elegant Present can be'found. thon wns bent to llerno nnd nfterwnrd to Stockholm. Ho became chief assistant to Prince Gortbchnkof, minister of foreign nffnirs, in 1875, whose fnvorito nleco, Princess Knntnkuzene, he married, lie nlso rcorgnnlzed tho whole They will be sold Astonishingly Low. diplomatic service of Russia beforo Cznr Alexander II. was nssasslnnted. F. B. TWIDWELL. Alexander III. sent De Giers to nil forHustonville, Ky. eign courts to bear tho famous f rieudly message on tho programme to be ndoptcd, nnd then enme the grent conference between Alexauder III. nnd Emperor William I. nt Dantzic, September 0, 1881, nt which De Giers nud Hlsmarck renowed the compact which had existed between tho late czar nnd In 1832 Do tho Germnn emperor. Glora became minister of foreign nffnirs, nnd since that time ho has been ono of tho most powerful men in Europe. i. fecit); inf Fill: BOMB FOR CLEVELAND. -- : How an Alnbnmrt Man Experts tn Make Talked About. Illmsrlf i a l'erteci Fu Guaranteed Give me Goods Warra-uM. W. Howard, of Congressmau-elcc- t Ala., the eccentric author Fort Payne, of "If Chribt Came to Congress," promises to make n sensntlonal entree in THE BLUE GltASS HERD OK congress. This Is what ho told a New Yorlc Interviewer tho other day: Is&V. Red "I am going to introduce a resoluKi.3w7rir- -vS ;?v il. tlti ,rit tion to Investlgnto the means by which R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, tho Sherman silver net was repealed nnd thnt will Include nn inquiry into Ciab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Cleveland's connection with the No-Scotln Conl company, with tho sugar 1'ies fnt sale from tho best types of Kegisterd trust nnd with Wnll Street Broker Slot Krccdp s c iicd fror im tiuls In sever! different Stales. Correspondence Solicited, I mean to Benedict. In other words, try to find out how Cleveland has nmnssed n fortune of millions within H W tho last five years. When ho left the 5 p 5 c governor's chair in Albany his honorable poverty wns graphically indicated P-3 c in tho fact that he possessed a single crq pair of 'pants.' He was a poor man when ho quit his first term as prcsl- - F.B.Twidwell HUSTON VILLE. o, Dealer In Drugs, Medicines, Fancy Groceries, Silverware, &c. Holiday-:- - Goods : Wnl-lachl- a. CHRISTMAS Come Early and Get TRIX, & Choice. First Pick jig., w (mtttMfiBttf tar Jk AND -:- FALL-:- WINTER GOODS. ll. i Duroc Jersey Swine a V c -- 1 o ES O O 3 i COW JO Gar-tud- e, n 3 V, 9 o n o w o 3 S s. n xr 2 q cr Christum Obncrtnncc. observ-nucoo- tl i f Properly or improperly, tho Christmas is well nigh universal iu Christendom, oven among thoso that iguoro tho anniversaries of our Lord's death and resurrection nud of tho of tho Holy Spirit. Thoro is curious fact, tho celebration of Christmas has been oftencr perverted thnu that of tho other festivals. Various customs of heathen origin wero connected with it iu tho middle ages, nnd theso nbuses led many of tho English and Scotch refouners to opposo any celebration of tho day. But ns a festival thoughtful. Beside him snt his danghtor, all iu tho household it has now become so dressed in silver gnnzo, most benntiful dear to children that wo must observo to look upon. She was pretty, but very, it. Row M. B. Riddle, D. D. very palo, nnd seemed to ba dying. Kncllih ClirWtinna Cimtonis. In tho middle of the hall hung n lingo In England comparatively modern pair of scales, nnd nround tho Bcales nro almost identical with tho stood a great mnny dwnrfs, laying customs Roman feasts to wit, tho plight iu woights uow on one ide mid now ou which old Cheshire farmers used to bo tho other, great nt Christmas. At this sousou they were In front of tho king stood n obliged to do their own work, for the crowd of brownies from all tho houses servants wero only engaged from Jan. They 1 nnd cottagoa for miles nround. to Dec. 2 1, which plan gavo them a told tho king whero thoy lived, nnd week's holiday. This they employed iu what thoy and thoirmnsters had thought flocking to tho towns, whoro thoy spcut and said and douo during tho last year. their money iu rovolry, Exchange. do-sce- nt mi-oth- er n? 3 3 P n IT S O O1 " luff ASvujuurojyS jfi1 1 rfiJmHwfiHH H " X 3 t1 -- p X n COXOUKSSMAN-ELKCT i M. W. 1IOWA1II), .(.LA. dent. Now I havo reliablo Information that ho Is worth In the neighborhood of 4,000.000. I mean to ask: ilow did he get it?' " Mr. Howard Is only thirty-on- e years old. Ho was born in Georgia, und read lnw at night, whilo working on a farm. IIo was admitted to tho Alabama bar at tho ngo of nineteen, being thu youngest man over admitted in the state. IIo will also bo tho youngest man In tho next congress. IIo has been prosecuting nnd city attorney of Fort Pnync, nnd Is tin nblo lawyer, lie was chairman of his county dcmocratle commltteo for eight years, nndwu.u delegate to the Chicago convent! u b 1602. J' 2 o Z ; -- . w g w Z go ?1 3 w P 5 3 r n 5 S 5 K' M Stanfora Female College. J M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Next Kxcultnt ScfeKlon rJlul);pi Ucsl'ia Tuesday, Sep. 4, 1894. Art, We Won't Sua I.. Thcro will not be Venus until 2001. . . . Fullcorpinf Ctnitivalcry Superior coursei in Littnture, Munc anJ ml Ncimnllcjclici jJ citcubn lurnlihej on application. Ca ajj;ue .mtu- - ? -- ,K fcrf - " -- ' -;'-' -- . '"" ' ' ' " "-' II-- n't'" "lil ' " ..''. I. ... ?!.? rwifc.m nTTTIirfftltt. J h K 'll 1 Ui ' f 1 Pugilism is done for in this country The Whisky Trust m increased ita nd the'prizo ring will eoon bo num daily mash 12,000 batrela of grain. The Supreme Court of California The b ired among the thingj of tho killing of Rowordan in flht at Syracuse, has decided sgaiust tho republicans and STANFORD, Ky., DECEMBER 18, 139 i N. Y., a few weeks ago by Bob Fitzsfm- - Budd, democrat, wi'l be inaugurated niona has beeu followed by auother vic- governor. Robert A. Wilson, of Allen county, tim of the ring, this timo at New. OrW. P. WALTON. leans. Friday night in tho lSih round who was also Trustee of tho Jury Fund, L vinge, who had pummelled Amly who disappeared some weeka ago, is In explaining why Editor John L Bowcn unmercifully from the start, gave short in his accounts about $1,200 Boeley ran 1,000 votes behind Hopkins, him a stunner over the heart, which laid Attornoy General Hendrick has gtv-owho wa the republican candidate for him out and killed him in a few hours. nn official opinion that sheriffs mint the long Congressional term and he for 'flie brutal Bport has for a long time been give thteo bonds, nn "official" bond, a says it losing in a public favor and these two "revenue" bond and a "thcal" bond. the short term, the .This Year. waa due to Hopkins' wide acquaintaucet incidents are likely to sound its death The residence of Judge Edward An bis church connection and extensivo knell. Many States already forbid it and derson, near Lebanon burned. Tho loss family connection. Suffice it to Bay that very 800U it will fall into worso repute is about $12,000 and insurance $7,500 Bosley received nearly 2,000 moro votes than the code duello. Let the "noble Mrs. KatoiGallify, a sister of Judge jumped from a second etory winthan the republican candidate two years sport" go, along with the murderous foot Rgo and with but littlo acquaintance and bill game, which has resulted bo far dow and was seriously injured. g a campaign of GO days reduced tho dem this season in the killing of three, Tho Boston Transcript kept a recoril driving one crazy and maimocratic majority 1,500 against great odds. one, of foot-baaccidents during the last ser . Within the limits of a newspaper advertisement, but a personal in Bro. BosIey adds that he ''is very proud ing over 50. son of 11 weeks. According to Tranof his race ns it was made on "high pints" script, three players were killed, ono par spection will satisfy you that wc can give you The pension bill to give away $141,-3- S oljzed, one become insane, nearly 50 and against a gentleman of great ability 1,570 was passed by the Houeo Saturand experience, and one who had especothers wero injured some seriously. diially coached tho Tenth district for 20 day without amendment and without AtElwood, Ind., Diambnd Plate Glaes years. Bosley had a good time, road t vision. Old Dan Sickles, whom an company, which owns and conttols ov able Providence has spared without er 200,000 acres of gas territory, has just many valuable acquaintances and did apparent reason, but who thank God drilled fivo now gas wells, which are Borne good work for his party." We are public ollice monsterB. Tho last one of tho lot has satisfied with the explanation and movo will permantly retire from made the candidate in March, took occasion to berate tho an output exceeding 5,000,000 cupid feet that Bro. Bosley be president and tho administration of tho per day. for lieutenant governor. He has won his pjnBion ollice and make a braying ass of The annronriation for collecting the Bpurs and deserves such recosnition. Lt .IN. hoped income tax is a part of lhe Urgent Defi the ticket be Bradley and Ebaley, and let himself generally. It is to be th(.t this is the last effort of tho expiring ciency Bill passed tho House. A mothe democrats beat it 50.000. animal. tion by Mr. Cockran to strike out the inMadeline Pollard succeeded in Bil The Louisville Commercial copies an come tax appropriation was defeated by enciDg tho silver tongued Breckinridge, article defending tho secret ballot hum- a vote of 49 to 1G9. Regulations for the but in pulling down tho pillows of the bug and credits it to this paper, but we collection of the tax bavo been sent out. temple alio was herself caught and man- rise to deny the allegation and defy the The Bureau of Engraving and Print gled in the debris. She was unable to go alienator. We have always opposed the ing is working night and day now turn on the stage because no theatre of stand-- i secret ballot system of voting, because ing out postage stamps, ino average ic would give her n date. She tried men can act so cowardly ard rascally daily issue is 17 500,000. Tho average ournalism and failed at that and the under it, and if we have ever written, consumption is 8,000,000, but for the next other day she applied to a Boston wo- indited, cut, carved or engraved anything three weeks during the holiday season it man, who advertised for a French nurse favoring it, we hope we may never be will be nearly double thia or 10.000.000. to go abroad, and got snubbed for her forgiven, either iu .this world nor that Tho plurality of Evans, republican pains. Verily her work of revenge 1'as which is to come. candidate for governor in Teunesee, has acted like a boomerang or a two edged at last been fouud to be 748. It is probsword which cut as deep one way as the Old bachelors, widowers and what- able that tho election may be contested Of oil grades. other. nots, who find difficulty in securing before the Legislature, on the ground Editor E. B. Smith, of the Mt. Ver- wives, should hie to New York. A Btato that many were allowed to vote iu Eas- non Eagle, indulges in some natural and ment is just made by a statistician that t3rn Tennessee without payment of poll-tapardonable remarks in his last issue over there aro 50,000 more women than men the fact that he has moved his printery there, and being bo largely in the major Details of tho earthquake and vol- into his own brown atone front building, ity they are possibly not so particular as ctnic diaturbancea in the New Hebrid ea which is at once an ornament to the they aro here. the islanda show the situation eerioua-itown and a monument to the editor's enRongro- Louis Stkvkneov, tho novelist, extreme. No less than GO Uvea were terprise and energy. The man who could died of apoplexy at Apia, in tho Samoa n lost and valuable coffee fields were comhave amassed such a fortune in eo short Islands. Among his most popular work a pletely ruined. On one island an entire We have a pile of money in these goods and they M UST be sold. a time in a territory already well sup. waa "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," which village with every inhabitant waa car have got- was dramatized and had quitenrun both ried into the sea, plied with newspapers, would ten bb rich Vanderbilt in a more favorable in England and the United States. The electric lights and water works location. were turned on at Shelby v'lle Friday NEWSY NOTES. night. There ia one arc light at tho Carlisle's currency bill came very of every Cross street on Main The Louisville tax levy hasbeen fixnear failing to be reported, the vote of street and one at every aecond crossing tho committee Btanding 9 to 8. Mr. El ed at $1.88. on the streets parallel with it. Theie lis, of Kentucky, and Tom Johnson, of A young negro, who outraged a white are 51 firo hydrants, one at every street Ohio, a couple of statesmen who will girl near Hope, Ark., waa lynched. corner and there will be 6 free byuranta Out of 35,000.000 people carried bv soon be out of jobs, voted with the rein working order in a few weeks. publicans against the bill. Theeo.two Ohio railroada this year only two were It has been shown that Jailer Bailey, astute individuals may possess all the killed. of Jefferson county, after paying his depwisdom of the (.democratic party, but The French steamer La Champagne uties aud all other expensea of conductthose who knew them best didn't think took $3,800,000 of our gold across the At ing the jail, has made $28,314 25 from his so, and until better informed the coun- lantic on her last trip. A REALISTIC NOVELETTE. year. He has held tho try will agree with the home estimate of John Uackett, of Leporte, Ind., at- oBce in the last Hia, successor, DicK yeara. CIIAlTF.lt I. them. tempted to shoot his teacher, Prof. Jones, place eight Watts, however, will not be allowed unTho young man who sat in tho winbecause he gave him a (logging. Unlhss Boine imachinery of the law der the new law to make over $5,000 a dow of tho eighteenth story of tho The Chesapeake and Ohio earned aball delay, Wm.lTaylor, the negro wl.o building balanced hlmaolf noatly In the'htstory of Stanford has such an year, the remainder oi mo lees 10 uo opportunity been presented to murdered David Doty in Madison, will 51S0.9 17,70 during thd first week of De- turned over to tho public treasury. on tho window ledgo and surveyed tho eddying lioonday throng bunoath him the people ? Commencing at once we shall offer such imluvir,! f ,!. bavo his worthless neck (broken in less cember, an increase of $10,000 Tho first conviction under a new Thoro was nn air of oluganco nnil self ucs as to make this week's sales a veritable harvest for than a month after the commifsion of ",V" rrmcnm,.r UIInUHILr. .. .. t !" .1 t A Gvnllo I.llllc rur H.avcr. I.I... !. nnior. uuuub nun iiiui. l.....l. law in Oregon has just sent a man to the 11Uiru ,.l...f uwiiunu mu ui.iu lveinciiiucr w c nave promised ou wie greatest bis crime. He was sentenced baturuy o Among fnr clothed animals whoeo of and refinement. o bo hung Jan. 11. TIiSh shows what penitentiary for n year for adultery. Suddenly ho lienrd tho mad clang of The report of the State Superintend- skins nro in groat fnor tho lirtlo chintry and the courts can do when they chilla of South America occupies nn n boll down tho htreot, nnil with n Hid imy the example he emulated and imitat ent of Education shows that of 541,531 important place. Its general appearance den motion turned to we n firo cii'ino B of school age in Mississippi, is somewhat e J till our crime ridden State is freed from children BB liko that of tho rabbit. I to rushing up tho crowded thoroughfare. HI are colored. " hind legs, being nearly twico as long as the thralldom of Joviljdoers. A hecond later n cry of horror arooo in UJI Dr. O. H. Butler, of Shelbyville, from tho htreot With commendable promptness, the Ind, was stricken with paralysis while at In his ongornoss tho young man had governor detailed Col. E. H. Gaither to Masonic lodge meeting and died buforo a few prices below will show you that wc lot his bnlimco nnd was falling with On record for c.nmfl ." ... lifliMiiTifr .., .. tn iii utrcmt IuWmil do ..,,,. ...... to ,...,.,..,,,,v you. lv.iiu carefully, you will be sure go to Ha.ir I and report at once whether he could be taken homo ..u. ...v,,.. "O " troop3 aro necessvylfor tho preservation una sometning mentioned that you are in need of, a our stock IU Mayor H. T. Du can, of Lexington, CHUTKIt II. is Tfcu facoa of tho thorn-andof orJar and the ouduct of the courts is in New York, and has sold to Street, who saw large and assortment varied. tho frightful leap wero palo with terror Should the state of affairs be found as Weykea and Company $'25,000 worth of ns tho young mim'b body, striking a probad as baa been reported, troops will be 4 percent refunding bonds at pur. jecting sign in lii.s flight, bounded fnr sent at oncetand the murderers who deThe match at 100 birds for $100 a out toward tho street. fied and shot at Judge Hall on the bench side between Dr. Carver and Charles L. Strong men wept, and women turned will be taken dead or alivo, if possible, Grim, of Cedar Lake, la., shot at Chicu their blanched facos nido. and brought to justice. go, was won by the latter by a ecore of With n horriblo thud tho fnlling All Calicoes, Indigo blues, Simpson blacks and all best brands 90 to 93. co readied tho grnnito pavo midway in Tenn., people do The Murfreesboro, itf3Mc Tnon AAA 7M extra heavy unbleached Cotton 3Vc- cood TJIK CII1NCI1IL1 A tho street Whilo James Sherman, of Jamesheavy bleached canton flannel eerve a chromo. An Undo Tom Cabin yard; Apron check and' dress ciiaithp. in. town. N. Y., was attending tho burial of tho other pair, givo it u very different Co , swooped down on them the other But tho thousands who rushed for- ginghams double width dress goods rll shades S'c- - all slndcs his son and daughter-i- n law, who had nppoaranco from that of it follow vic- ward to if a park of lifo remained half wool Henriettas night and they treated the actors to a been killed the day before by a ladies' pure linen silk embroidered train, his tim, tho beaver. ItHenr., too, nro large, in tho prostrato figuro wero suddenly shower of rottenjeggs. That's the kind wife each; ladies all suk handsomely embroidered handkerand tho bushy tail ii tufted with long, 5c and were murdered hold back. of reception the hoary old lie and those stiff haiis nt tho ends. by unknown parties. Tho fjro engine, with maddened chiefs sc each; ladies' all silk handsomely embroidered handkeichicfs Its delicato lur i isx well known to steeds nnd heavy, who essay its production should receivo rumbling wheels, was 10c; All linen Damask napkins white and colored borders A laborer, disguised as a Chinaman, need description. In tho northern parts combed everywhere, until it is finally and for all fringe 35c dozen; elegant towel 5.IX2G in nice patterns applied for a job with a railroad bridgo of Chilo tho cliinchttlu miy bo found in oloso nt hand. colored bortime driyen from the hoards. In vain tho frightened driver tried to ders only 20c pair; 36 inch long crew at Kokomo, Ind. Instead of re unmborB, living in undnrground burTuikish bath towels for same monev check tho precipitous monon of his ma ceiving it he got a fearful beating from rows nnd feeding upon tho roots of Men's underwear good and warm only45c suit. Dyn't forget to lav Dkus, the arch) conspirator, has been in plants, nnd it is tho chinchilla of chine. the workmen who were decidedly oppos sentenced to six months in jail at ChicaAs woll might ho lmvo stopiMl tho a supply of our standard knitting yarn 25c lb. Men's unlaundcrcd tho Andes particularly of which tho fnr go for contempt of court inthestrikelnat ed to foreign immigration. r;, sun, is. uun mu iu .sl'c mem.' m ikc. r.imi in hmc' ;'-- : ;.'uc. . . s ball nt a cannon 'h mouth. . , , , .T. iwcn . . Pearl Lee, colored, constitutes nn important articloof Almost boforo tho crowd could know summer. It should have been six years iuul-sliurthu iuuuu nanusomc suk embroidered fronts extra If caught, tho littlo animal will whnt had occurred tho Hying engino of Cyntluana, put rough on rats in her instead, but it will suffice to show the length 50c lot itsolf be caressed nnd neither strugpresident of theJAmerican Railway Un aunt Annie Jackson's cofiee because she gles nor bites. Owing to itB olcarily had roachod tho prostrate form und pnbs-edirectly ovor it. ion, that tho law is all powerful in thia had whipped her for following a band of hnbits, it is veil fitted to mako a home CIIAITEIt IV. country, and that it can not be ignored music a few days before. The old wo- pet iu suitablo climates. Save for tho low sobs of somo anman died in great agony. with impunity. Can any one undesscll us ? They hai.e ncucr done it yet ? guished women nnd tho muffled exclaJocalttr Christina Gift. So here John II. Heatty, a tramp who was goes. Infants' Shoes at 20c; a good heavy woman's shoe Some ono has started a petition for It will increaso tho joy and jollity of mations of horror frota tho men tho 50c- - trcntle and killed by a train near Chat run over mans nice dress shoe 90c; good heavy working shoe for men Christmas morning exceedingly if tho crowd was completely hushed. open saloons at Corbin and Editor Ones-n- tanooga, nau 60c; full iu Jim pocket a note con- childreu find that thoir elders bavo enTwo of the b i vost men in tho rwed is waltzing around ou his auricular taining tho following: ''If I am killed pprung forward, togothur tered into tho spirit of tho timo to such to find out who it was and who was send mo to my brother, E. It n degreo that stockings of all conceivu-bi- with n stout policomnu, nnd stood above stock, solid leather boot, at $1 25. Our clothing stock is the hrnest mean enough to sign it. The editor does Beatty, cashier of the First National and most complete in Central Kentucky and is one continuous sizes nnd bhapos hulgo with strangu tho form of tho young man. bargain not intend tint whisky shall be Bold Biuk of Greenville, Pa.'" Tho policeman turned away with n iiiiuugu iu 1111111- 1111c, contents over tho fireplace Tho moro there and proposes to tight it out on that The railroads have decided that after nmusing tho gifts tucked away iu too sad faco and started fur tho patrol box. But lino it it takes all summer. Jan. 1, bicycles and baby carriages will and heol tho more uproarious will bo figuro ero ho had takon two steps tlto on tho pavement straiglitonod out, tho mirth beforo broakfast. Tho old trick An astuto Lexington politician tells u not bo carried aa baggage. Under the of wrapping n pair of cuff buttons in aud tho young man ro-dusted his Louisville Times reporter that after a new regulations, adopted, tolls must bn multitudinous papers until they form n clothos of? light with his handkerchief careful survey of the fbld, ho finds that paid on bicycles on the basis of n 100 bundlo as big as u notnto will never and started to wnlk nwtiy. of baggage and on baby carriages fail to excito interest and "Hold on," said tho officer, "you'ro enthusiasm. Gov. McCreary Btauda the best chance pounds on the basis of 50 pounds. A jack in tho box put iu the stocking of injured." for tho U. S Senate. Of course ho does ' 'I guess not, " ropliod tho young man Jesse Fields and Joseph Adkins a staid father of a family has been A. UR13ANSKY & CO., Proprletoi and he should. He is the best equipped known to cniibo rominiscont chuckles of ns ho nirily lighted n cigarotto. "I mu were arrainged before Judge, Hall, ut man for the position in the State and his T. D. RANHY, Manager. llnzird, Parry county, for the murdor of gloo through u wholo day, and tho most a collego football plnyor." Chicago merit ia bound to be recognizud, Judge Isaiah Combs, and, despite their nmusing thing that Mark Twain over Itccord. Branch Stores. said would palo iu offoct beforo tho -Red Hud, 2:11, whilo not enterod i n A fourth of all tho soldiers and non threat that they would not go to jail, nmufcomont caused by tho mother's commissioned officers la the U. S. army ware hold without bail and their cases drawing a cream wliip from hor stock- any of the great stakes, won f 10,000 llii Paris Carlisle, Mt Sterling, Dardstown, Lawrenceburg, Cynthiana, are foreign born. v were transferred to Leslie county. Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. ing. Exchange. fesfon . Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal pt. BED ROCK PRICES 11 0 Penny's Drag store. n n, Our Stock Can Not Be Describee para-ljzin- ll in-str- GENUINE BABGAINS0 in ID HOLM U PRESENTS & IS N x. Clocks, Silverware, n - Watches Jewelry. 0 & A G.L. PENNY, Exr. 0 0 EVERY ", LINE COMPLETE. Co-lohs- lIIETV I loi-ur- CUT mEbm thiscckand -- I BHflft s Down Go THE Prices. 4c; flg-nr- o ,jc - I2c; hand-kerchie- fs Btep-daught- cor-tai- n 1 Twelve-year-ol- com-inerc- " d inm d -- ).- Is This How - v ' ... JL For Shoes. ut o o, LOUISVILLE : STORE, STAFFORD, Ere., I 1 mi-Wee- Interior Journal Kv., Di:oemiibii18, 180-- Read Danks' liljr nil thin week. SrANFOtm, Fon Ukst.-- n' Tliu I'nik OottaK'J. this odico. hours nod 112 Ladikh, this Is the last week for prB cntsnt tbo lowest prices. Call in And Apply you can bo suited in every way. & Hardin. Karris CHURCH AFFAIRS. Til k dnj'B am at tliulr eliorteat now, li E. C. Walton, Business Manager PERSONAL POINTS. minnten. Solid silver tnblenare in elegant de signs nt Danks', the peoplo's jeweler. Ik you want Christmas presents for your friends read our ad. and then como Hughes & Tate. and soo for yourself. .. Oiiki'b tissue paper, beautiful colors for lamp shades aud decorations. W. B. McUoberts. . Bin lot of Christmas goods. Come early and gut them while they are fresh. Karris & Hardin. Comk in and Gee us. Wo will give you a hearty Xinns wolc mo and show you goods galuru at rock bottom prices. Danks, tlio jeweler. m '""I? -- X & Miss Hiioda Lunckforu "wont to Lou lavlllo yesterday. Mim. St. Ct.Aiit, tnotlier of Mrs. Stoelo DailwY, in iuito ill. Mica Ethyl Ukazi.ky lias boen visiting Irloiids in Luiiciiiter. Bui.cn Buchanan, of Grab Orchard, has been vlnitiiiK Sam liurch. Mit. and Mhh. J. II. Kiitiiv hnvo koiio to the Hi. Asaph Hotitl to live. Thomas Kcjtt, ol Somerset, bus been V altitiK his brother, Kthul Scott. Miis. Oath Uaiiay returned with Mrs. Linda Hay dun to LnuUviHu Saturday, Mn. L. M. Wkstbkkikld went to his home at I'arksUllu last week qulto elck, Mips Xakcy Kennedy, of the West Kad, whs the KUfcBt of Miss Jennie Coop kkmovai.. Messrs. Hughes A la e in Opera will move into the store-rooHouse Block, now being used by Mack Unii'man, about Jan. 1st. .. Don't forget tlio Maccabeo entertainment at Walton's Optra House, Thuri day night, next. You are cordially invited to come Hiid bring your ftieude. . Don't forgnt wo are the people to buy your Xmas candies, fruits, Ac, from. All " fresh. Higgins A McKinney. Foil Sale on Hunt. Residence occupi ed by 11. K. Wearen. Price $ 15, month- ly payments. Thos Richards, Stanford. . iSS5 Steruno Bilver novelties make a pretty Xmas present. All the latest fads or. Mrs. L. K. Faiiis,oI Lexington, spent are being shown by Danks, tbo jeweler.0 w a iveral dajB with her father, Mr. J. II. It's just a week till Christinas! The Kout. Latin people bit the bull's eye when Loo an lluuiiEshas, on account of bis they remarked several hundreds of years health, been foiced to stop school at Ctn-tr- o ago: Tein pus futtit. m To show how little tlio diUerenco ia noticed in time, the town clock has been running at standard time for several days without half the people being aware of it. Mn. A. 0. Sink's lecturo at Odd Fellows Hall to night promises to bo largely attended. He id thoroughly posted on "OJd Fellowship" and will make it entertaining to ull who attend. . Plkasx look ut the label ou this papi r aad if your subscription is not paid attend to it at once. We do not ask it as a favor, but demand it as a right that 'you ' should pay us what you owe. mm The Christian church elected Dr. W B. O'Bannon and J. II. Baugbman b at its Sunday morning's meeting. And other Precious Stocs. The chinches havo resumed their regular Sunday night services, Thero was an addition to the Christian church Sunday night and theordinanco of bap- Opera Glasses, Silver Tea Sets, tism will bo observed at the Wednei- - Carving Sets, Water Sets, Bakday's prayer meeting. ing Dishes, Cake Stands, Soun The pastor of a Louisvillo church asked n young man to cease talking durs, Nut Bowls, Rodger's Goods, ing services Sunday night and on bis refusing to do bo be called a cop nnd tbo man was lodged in jail. Tbo jail is the proper place for a man who can not behave in church or any other public Imported China, place. Tho Methodist meeting has closed after a continuance of a littlo over three -:- weokB. Besides the eauctiflcatioriB, thero were 11 conversions aud additiona to the church, and tho meeting will long bo a Dentella Ware, memorable one iu Stanford to those, who saw such strange things come to pa a among ua. Mrs. Davenport, of Ulster county, Solid Silver Mantle Clocks, Plated Ware. N. V , was on her knees saying her prayers, but beiug too near the Ore the II .lines caught her dress and she was bo Hi badly burned that she died noon alter. The moral of this is not that you should not pray, but that when you do it is Bafe KVw In every sonceivable shape for man, woman and child. to keep a respectable distance from tho dea-coii- DIAMONDS SfcgS. MM SPECTACLES, BANQUET LAM PS, TABLES, - GLASS, ONYX km FINEST - OUT rOlTEXiTXl College, Miib. J. ti. Staim- - and Mrs. J. 11. Stephens, of Crab Orchard, were hero shop fKi r F A te plojt yeatrrday. Mur. Molmk Wiiav and family will to the Micses Benzley'B property, otpoflltu her present reitidenco. CiiAitLKB 1 Uicii, tbo Boylo county lnrsemnn, is very 111 ol iulUmmatoiy rheumatism at Martinsville, I nil. I)k. S. C. I'xrkins has returned from Pjlladtlphirt and is now better prepared than ever to cut open bia patients uronnd Bee Lick. Mhs. Mattik FntfiiiK, of Lancaster, Mrs. J. K. Karriaand Mrs. G. 0. Keller, of Stanford, are visiting Mrs. W. 0. Price. Advocate. Mk. J. 11. Bauoiima.n Is in the moun-tain- s on busiueas and if be is as sharp a man as we take him, he spent Sunday in Barbourville. Mr. W. II. Oamhull, who went with bis family to Missouri n year ago to lle i back at McKluney, satirtied that there is no place on earth like the old Kentucky home. Mhs. It. J. Lylkh, who was Miss Anne Cook, ha contracted with the rirst Methodist church of Nashville to sing a solo each Sunday for the nice little buiu of ftOO per year. K. B Smith, editor of tbo MU Vernon i(jle, was here Saturday. We expected to find him too stuck up to speak to an ordinary, overy day laborer, since be has spread himself so largely, but if ho was proud be tried hard not to show it. Mir. Gkohok 0. KxLLKit, Jr., formerly of this olllcf, but now of Washington, D. 0., kindly remembers us with an invitation to a reception to be giveu by the Washington Light Infantry fn that city Jauuary Oth. Mr. Keller was elected to membership to this company on account ol bia size and good looks. No member I) leisa than 0 nnr 175 in weight. o " si - 2c. yesterday ought to remind you to insure On our tlrst par,o will bo found some Joaiah Bishop sold to J. T. Jobnsor, yours if you have not already done eo observations on bia trip South, made by of Boylp, 50 boga at 4e. They nver3ged See John II. Kirby at once. He has a Ufcv. Madieon 0. Peters in a sermon on !!' pounds. number of the best companies. his return to New York, which go far to. Devil'a Deputy is the name Pbiisons seeking Xiiibh presents will do wards excusing him for tlio tiresome premium New York show horso with a bo delivered hero. Dr. Peters is a record of '2:41. well to inspect the magnificent stock t lint btore is lull or good things that everybody wants. We are sure to is now being shown by our leading jew- man of parts, but unfortunately failed to A load of Christmas cattle, weighing please you in selection. Buy your Xmas present of the- eler. "Presents to suit all purses" i bis abow his best part .in . Stanford. 1,475 His , Bold forG25 on the Chicago . motto and everyone who enters may feel Fikk The residenco of C. V. Gentry market last week. assured of courteous treatment. You at the old Uuilalo Mills, caught fire at The pacing mare, Belle Vara, will tind Danks, the jeweler, up to date is a branded pony, but she did some yesterday and was entirely noon in style and prices. Mr. Gentry saved most of liia good work last season. . Peter Nelson, Budd Doble'a Tin: Knights of Pythias will have pub- furniture iu a very badly damaged conwill shortly visit Europe aud etudy lic installation of olllcers at Odd Fellows dition, aud upon which he hnd no insurbelonged to John Bf h'orBeshoeing abroad. Hall on their first meeting night in the ance. Tno bouse Burglars cracked the safe of tho new year, Thursday, Jan. 3. After these Karris aud was insured with J. D. Wear- That is a jeweler and you will get reliable goods that Nicholas villo Milling Co., and got only en in the Manchester for $700. ceremonies, which will be free to all, a 75 coppers for their trouble. grand banquet will be given at It. Nrw Stohk. Messrs. Farris & Hardin J. Owsley KvanB, of Boyle, bought Later on in the new year the will open about Jun. 1st iu tho storea lot of cattlo of Jesse Fox at 2 to 3c and play of Damon and Pyth'ai will be ren- room adjoining them, which will be vaa lot of late yearlings of John Wooda at dered at Walton's Opera House, by mem- cated by Hughes k Tate by that time, a 3.15. bers of the order here. stock of dry goods, notions, boots, shoes The get of Onward won 115,150 tho Call. Courteous treatment whether you buy or not. and gents' furnishing goods. A portion past season. Of this amount his Owino to sickness, Mr. K'cbard 0. storedaughter, Beuzotta, '2;V2, won Hooker will not perforin at Mr. K. U. of the partition between tho two '2.S80. Benzley's declamatory contest at tho Op-- rooms will be removed nud they will Jesse Fox sold to Alex R and .Tomes a House, Dec. 27. His place will be have one of tbebigfiat and best stores (1 led by Simpson N Denny, 47 feedera averaging 1,050 B. Knapp, of Ken- in the country. pounds, at 3.70 These cattle lost nearly tucky University, who will declaim A motion was made in the council 100 pounds each in the drive trom Of the judges selected Ktim's Maniac." meeting the other night to relievo Chief Wayne county hero. Mr. BeazU-- says Mr. 0. 0. Williams, of of Police 0. J. Newlaud from office, but Joseph Wallace sold Tuesday to A. Mt. Vernon, has accepted, but he has it died n 'horning, only the vote of the not heard from lions. 0 II. Waddle, mover being recorded for it. It was al- C. Miles, 20 shoats, averaging 100 lb?, 3J c mis. J. T. Veach & Co., Wilmore, sold Somerset, or George K. Stone, Liberty. leged that Newland had not dono his duto Simon Wiehl, 40 head of 1,000 lb Tiik trade between Withers k Hocker ty with reference to the removal of aome a'.eers at 2J cents. Jemmlno Journal. and Mack Hullmnn has been made, tlio hog pens, but as the police judge had "The new Louisvillo Jockey Club haB CITY AND VICINITY. latter disposing of his stock of furniture, sustained him iu his action it will be added the Louisville Futurity Stake to its Tiiadic with Daiikp, the leading Jet hearse and caskets iu a lump to them ceen that that was only a flimsy pretext. already liberal list that will go far to 0 IT. Both Mores will run as they are till New Newland is the best marshal, a town wml making the sport hero what it waa r A. A. Hastis bus been appointed poet Year's, when tlio stocks will be combined over had, but he is most too observant in a few years ago. It will be for two year-oldsome things for some people and that reand put in the laro double master at Kwell, this county. nt 4J furlongs and will be worth at now occupied by B. F. Jones it Sou. Mr counts for the milk in the cocoanut. least $10,000. Fou 1U.NT. My larue new dwelling on Jne 0. McClary will have clnrgo of the -- Farria & Whitley delivered ISO head Mas. G. B. Cooi'Kii.had a narrow is- Upper Main street. Kight rooms. S. P undertaking department .'or tlio new i. of export cattle to Simon W eihl this cipo Iroin a leaiiui ueawi naiuruay Stag. firm, which we are sure will have a most making Boap in tho morning, for Goldsmith. They averagHer cook was BiiecebMul career. yard aud whilo out overseeing tbo job ed 1,495 pounds und wero sold at $1 50. Fon Salk ou Kk.nt. My house and 11 Q Farris & Whitley havo sold over SlIO.OOO Tiik following members of the Mum-b-- o herdresj caught fire. Tho cook, aero lot on Danville plku. Mis. Fannie Lode hire went to Lancaster Satur- was tbeu aome distance awny fraw the worth of cattle to Wehil alouo this full. Dunn. Advocato. day night nnd witli the assistance of Su- blaze and rushed to Mr J. Cooper, but iu . CoMisinund Heo our display before preme G. II. Terpiiiiy, of New her excitement failed to render any assispurchasing and get tho lowest prices. W. Carlisle, I nd., organized a tent with'!? tance untii that lady was almost envel NUW ADVERTISKMRNTM B. McUoberts. Our stock is large, new and complete. Prices marked down to member: M. F. Klkin, G. G. Wine, A, oped in flitnee. Fmelly she regained any J. F.irp, Thomas D.ilton, Joe F. Waters. sufficient presence of mind to tlnow a suit the times. Tovh and candies cheaper than K. 0 bucket of water on her, which no doubt hoiiso in town. If ou don't believe it Al II. Severance, John Meir and Wa ton. The credit of gutting up n lodge sived tier life. Mrs. Cooper's dresa aud A meeting; of the stockholder! of the Farmers try mu. U. Zhiiiiht. at that place indue to Mr. M. F. Eikin, several skirlH wero burned nearly olT of Hank ami 1'rint Co. will beheld at their li.inkirg home in St.mtord on the first Wednesday in Jan now who huo spent a month or more in the Knu Hknt. The brick residence her, but Btraugo to sty a slight burn ou uiiry, i8j5, for the purpose of electing Directors o.cupied by Mra Wray, on Main street. ell'ort. The tent will be known bb Lan- her sido and hands wore tho only injur- to uric the ensuioe c.ir. New Mirrors, Toilet Sets, Infant Sets, Manicure Sets, Traveling J.H OWSLEY, Cashier Apply to Dr Steele Bailey, caster Tent, No. 15, and tho most Impor-tt- ies bIiu received. Cases, Sterling Mounted Lizard Card Cases and Purses, Perfume olllcers aro James I. Hamilton, Past Bad Nkwb. Instead of checks for divSix beggars called at one house Photo 13oxes and Albums, Picture Frames, Baskets, Collar B. Marksbury, Com Commander; II. A. weary months of A meeting of tho stockholders of the National town Friday anking assistance, and W. K. Broaddus, Lieutenant idends after all these mauder; Cuff Uoxes. of the IlauV of Ilustonvillc will bs held at their tunklug and wasn't ft good day for begcais either. house In Hustonville on the second Tuesday in Qjinmander; Kecurd Keeper; Jake Jos- waiting, President R. W. Hocker, Metropolitan National Bank, of Kauaaa Janiury, 189$, for tho purpoo of electing nine Dieph, Chaplain, J. F. Cook. rectors to serve the ensuing year, between 9 aail Diamonds City, dumped a section of tbo North Polo t j o'clock, a. m. at Danks', J. W. HOCKER, Cashier. Bold Hoiiiikkv. Thieves effected en- around the spinal columns of tbo stockTho Jeweler. trance into the freight depot Friday night holders here by notifying them that they Tub next Lvtiuuoh Jouiin.m. will like- by prizing open a shutter aud raising a aro expected to walk up to tho captain's A choice selection of liibles and Testaments, Poems, New Novels, wise bo tbo aizo of this nnd continuo so window, through which a boy or a very otlice and settlo bad debts to the amount A meeting of tho stockholders of the First NaStandard Sets, New juveniles, Children's Board Books and Picture of Stanford if our advertising patronage demands it small man, na the tracks abow, got ol f 250,000. That's the purport of It, tho tional bankon the second will bi held at their bai house luesiay injanuary, 1895, Books. through the bars and opened a door. proposition is sugar coated slightly by for the purpose ol electing 11 Dirctors lor the Fou Bent. House aud premises on Tuen a lock was bioken to get into the callitig it a reduction of stock, which tho ensuing rear.JOHN J. McKOUEUTS, Cashier. Danville Avenue, now occupied by J. telegraph office and another lock to get directors hayo deemed to the beat inter-es'- a If thia reduction M. Carter. Apply to Judge Varnon. into the express room, where the Bafu of tho institution. Miea Mary Varnon. and uncalled for packages are kept. Tho was to be paid to tho stockholders in Buy a present for a friend, of superior quality and cheap. Guitar, IIulTDudderar is packages wero opened and examlnod, monoy, thero would be no kick, but as Blood Hound.-C- oI. IN THIS VICINITY Mandolin, Harp, Accordian, Violin or Music Box. n n ul if tho contents were of no conaidera-bi- oich shareholder will be mado to lose tired of midnight and other niaraudua valuo they wero left, nnd several C. third of hia holding, the proposition baa He patd and has bought a blood hound. Alter a reconsideration, and hard tmra, have O, D. packages taken, none, however, of cast a damper over that portion of the county man at.d couclujed to have no public sale of my effects on 550 for him to a Ilurdin great value. Tlio attempt to open tho community directly intoreated. Some the 2a i, but has sent his son to bring blm homo. Bafe shows, that tho work was that of am of tho stockboldera here will write that Miss ntcuts. Tho largo crowbar that belonga as renta aud other oxpeuaea will bo reTiik Somerset Paragon BayB that Kid body, jointed, Chaina and Dressed Dolls, Bisque Heads with, Action iu tho depot and another, which may as duced, aalariea might aUo bo cut and an Ellen Ballou'B pupils in Dramatic If will give nn enter- Biatin identifying thoiacatupa, wero found attempt made to run along aa now. natural Hair, Doll Beds, Cradles and Chairs, Doll Dressers and Pan'ud Physical Culture wedged in the door bo aecuroly it vns al uot, they would like to got what ia com- And thanking you for your liberal patrongo in the benefit of tbo Masons per Dolls. hope by stiiet attenticn to businoss to maintainment for the most impossible to withdraw them. The ing to them and have tho thing on" their past, my rcputati n as the tain thero Friday ovening, at the court house kiiod waa nroKen on aim an attempt at minds. About 550,000 of tho stock is 21et. . blowing opou with powder waa evidently held here. Low suggests made, without nvail.;lt waan Hall's Bafe oooi) citizen of this place A Over 1,000 sous and daughters and And a liberal share of your patronage. counties go New Card Games and Alphabet Blocks, Doll Buggies, Express atood tho rough troattnent and that the soveral surroundingpack of blood and it ita contents their progeny of Georgo Wilkea 2:22 most gratifyingly to held to buy n Kinds of Coal, Wagons, Catrs, Trunks, Pianos, Tea Sets, Banks and Baby Toys. in with Lincoln and have equalled or beaten that great horeo'u Will Handle All out thufta nud other ovil Ageut J. S. Bice, who tells ua that there bounds to ferret And my prices shall be the lowest. doga certainly was iS5 in money In it aud a number of record. Itespectlully, deeds In tbo future. Tho dam of Gil Curry, 2:11J, soldfor Tho nnd would no packages, containing money and other did good work in Madison S. D. ADAMS, Rowland. . under the hammer. $100 valuables. bad them. doubt do as well hero if we lie-lure Aitkii u dismal and dreary, rainy SunTin: boys are arranging for a bop Fri- day the clouds were lifted late in the afFARM1 AND TRADE ITEMS. day night in Christmas, but judging from ternoon and yesterday was n bright and Egbert baa put five in the il:'M list the results of the meetings, thoy will beautiful day. The predictions ut hand this year. have to import girls to dance. read, "Fair, slightly warmer Taetday." Fon Sale. Good and safe family It' you want a tea set, dinner set, Wk xp- ct to move to the house occu- horeo. Apply to W. P. Wulton. chamber Bet, vane or hanging lamp, Butter is lower than for years in Has got the goods and will make the prices that will fill all stocking s pied hy ir. Mack iliilniiaii, January 1, c cups, mugs, child's tea seta, Ac wo and win move everything in our stock Louiaville, good being quoted at 8 to 10c. All the latest wrinkles arc to be here found. can suit you. Hig(.'inH A McKinney. Alex Martin sold to John Anderson by tint' u.no. Bead our Hd. and then n Email bunch of butcher HtuiT at 13 to Tiik burning of Chris Gentry's homo come tind see us. Hughes A Tatu. , tire. Danks The - ofa cotn-BUine- d. horse-shoe- r, Jeweler 'Am-mer'- s. ARE UP TO DATE. three-year-o- ld o m Christmas P resents. MT? ' T s More-roo- airl OTP mlH fiKPInV auer-uoot- What Will You Buy ? Stockholders' Meeting. 1 1 Novelties and Mirrors; nt Stockholders' Meeting. At-izer- s, BOOKS AND BIBLES. Stockholders' Meeting. i TO MY FRIENDS 1 Musical Instruments. Beautiful Dolls. o Will llciimiu at Rowland in the Coal Business. Price Coal Man, GAMES AND DOLLS. W. B m cIROBERTS. i. ' i" n " r , WP- - ' " -r- - ... jm ii if n.i.i.il u.p t;iHi.Mi-i'U11i- rn .I'jiuHi'A .,, , ,j ' u' """' ..H.Wlnl.l.i.l l li I ljfc I rtvttllmft "' " "t j'ir'1'1 rvw-to-iwirrr- wswksww. ifpQii WEDDING CAKE BOXES. 11.11. KINO. THE IIOUSE DEAUTlFUk. 0. II. ma The Latest Style antl Materials for These We now have a lull line el Popular Souvenirs. Idona Itriportod tt Lta.lwrth.il ' .ivt 'ett I'lct: It Socuros Its Food Supply In a Tho origin of the custom of taking Somo Plonslnsr Far East. r l.llltt) II a from tho Pabllsbod Every Tuesday and Friday home n gift of wedding cake to "dream PocullQr Mannor. AT on" is nppnrently without record, nnd : At the ifowtit Prices, 75w. Sis; 1 T lavU 82 PIOU YJCATt IJ-- ADVANCB yet tho present fad of distributing White nnil Clold to OIto Way to More : 75c Ati't Mould c, II the attention ol Udletlo the fact 0, InTliw Cnlquo Crenture Urines Down Its Comfortnliln Colors A Clmriitliijr pieces of tho bride cako in dainty boxes OTWhen not to paid 32.60 wltl ba charged." Itiat Mrs (5 II. Pruitt it selling the sect Trey 1T Shooting It with a Japancftft "ooni, Nrnt ns Wax wrrlt red ic- mv? is tho outgrowth of tho latest stvics in superc the Drop of Water-Ho- w a 1 ""' iare lu, An Italian Corner. stition. imputation .1 IIM (N krv Gnn la Worked. : However, it Is seldom "tho" enke c.rn p. , ilnwUutl, PK.WK Ox which is sent out In boxes, but that of tho deserts of white nnd gold After th ipir than they can be bought clttwherc. "The son Is full of strnngo things," an inferior qunllty, which EJ VZEJIR-SPiotluce lirre ascash. said n rotired narnl officer to a New serves tho purpose just ns possibly which our modern drawing rooms well in show us, a little oasis in tho shu-iof When necestary. York Sun reporter, "and n man In bringing "pleasing drenms 100 Barrels of Corn. nnd slum- an oriental luterior is very v.1. :jo. sailing' around the globe sees many bers light" to those who pluco It be- We, whoso lodics nre not cnctucd in KINO PRUITT, striking novelties, but to my mind the neath their pillows. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. L Iron corsets or padded satin coats, feel 111 iilia--Ji;'J8NAMorrUod, Ky most curious nnd interesting Inhabi is smprlsinc to ono uninformed to keenly the need of a rest more yieldIt Train ttaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning tant of the salt deep is tho archer fish know how varied nro the styles, shapes ing nnd solid than that afforded by tho l t . '. .I'M ofSiam. Tho feeding habits peculiar nnd sizes of Mitl44t W. B. PENNY H UEN1. these souvenir wedding spindle-leggedainty, frngilo Louis LOCAL TIME CARD. AN. to each kind of fish seem to have de- cako boxes. One leading manufacturer XV. chair or sofa, pretty and dainty ii WaTTKhHON' veloped a mouth exactly shaped and DcnllHt. makes wedding cake boxes In fifteen though they be. Kail train gome North t37pm YSAR. PRiCS $ 00 South .!. ..!..... ...... ...... ..113pm fitted for that special work, as can bo styles nnd a half Mat South 8id Main St., in office rr nlly A charming room Is In Japanese stylo dozen or moro sizes, Expreti train " South.,, WHWMMIIIIIItmWII' 11 51 pa seen by glancing at tho mouth of any (C4le. hy Dr. I.ee K. HiiKmao, Stanford. Kr. H r.hn I KNALmaVc. UMKII 3 ) " " " norm family, which lives by which are sold from S4 to S10 n hun nnd quite ns clenn nnd dainty in of tho sucker ! re lljl'll' , ' lie i Local Freight North, .M.M....M 9 36 a m dred. as 11 Louis XVI. uVurtmeut. Ir on the paper and 107pm drawing up food from the bottom; that Sout: r Tho most popular style and thoso of riho floors aro covered with greenish to any r I't .iihiii Ut The Utter tralm alio carry pttiengerl. of the carnivorous fish, as bhies, macker The above it calculated on itandard time. Solar el, bass and sharks, which Is wide, which the grenter number nre sold nre white matting, the walls nro of sliding Jane ii about ao minutet fatter. thoso ....Detleis n nnd armed with sharp plainlynt 84.50 n hundred; which nre panels, which are carved with stocks ru COURIER-JOURNA- L CO. and simply mndo of motro nnd chrysanthemums; hung nt InterQUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. teeth to grip and hold tho prey, and so n silver edge about tho lid. vals around tho room aro, panels of !w: with all varieties of creatures. nil hand made, with tho white silk embroidered in dcllcato Going North trains pits Junction City at "This nrchor, or jaculator, flsh hnunts Tho boxes aro by women greatest care, Vettibule ttartt 6 a. m. 'Htrly I.tr: Journal, and girls, and colors. Tho furniture is composed of Limited 3:3s p. m. Local t:io p. m. Florida tho enstern shoro of Africa, India's if tho slightest mar from pasto Kv. or im- very rocmy wicker chairs, cushions Umtted 3:13. a. m. seas, and tho Malay archipelago, oc- perfection Ai.u I tit. from rough edges is perceptheaped oa a low divan, covered with South N O. Vestibule in tS p. m. Florida curring in fresh water streams that -Limited 11:15a m. Local 11:55 p. m. JON IS. J. T JONKS, MCR. open into tho sea as well ns in salt ible, after finishing, tho box is cast n rug. In ono corner; nnd n Ion.; bnm-Ik- k Vettibule arrives S:o p. m. out. sofa. The windows nro of nlnln -water. Tho namo has been earned by flM ir via- - to tiltr.i.eraJ2TC. Tho moro styles aro made -its way of capturing insect food. Tho upon special elaborateand sometimes are glass, covered with White paper, ou W. ' ON, orders, which are tints of greens, pinks and M nlo'd, Ky method is to eject n drop of water from marvels of expenslvo & tho long tubular mouth so forcibly as by hand painting, by beauty, perhaps blues, which, as one looks stemlily, tho stamping of a themselves Into gay and to knock bugs from tho overhanging monogram in pictures of birds nnd limbs of trees Into tho water, whero ono wedding of silver, and so on. For lightly-drawKy. : : recent date, tho souve- flowers, and wemen with wonderful thoy are readily devoured. Sole pi pnttors Dean's lllack Diaaund Root nir boxes were of white- satin, hand almond-shapeeyes, and wonderful Paml Kallmatrt fuinuntd for pilntlnj Wood, "For years travelers have told of painted, nnd cost 8180. JlbSr NK TO aM) .Mfisl and lion Kooft. haiitfaction Guaranteed. pomegranate mouths. this rcmnrkablo fish, but their stories Mi ioi pimtiM with Deau's lllack Diamond A novelty, renlly moro dainty and atA Japanese room Is very charming in . Paint (UJismecd for years Dcsltrs In beit were, until within a fow years, unitractive than tho satin, is the Pumps and O.lvanii.d Iron rilUri. sumnnr. but its rather bare beauty is versally discredited by tho common box, flno Pailor v'.. run of people. The fish usually swim crepo paperwhich Is covered withopens not very invitin; in winter. A Turkish ' v. ..leiii.t.... a (..... In ri. Wi;ncr rozi L very couif rtablo nnd extreme- '. . Iillt in schools along tho shoal edges of like n casket, is white. Tho box cither square or oblong ly invltln,7 as an antechamber off one's S -(Jins Ci aa inrit Itupruv.o igccntlyCoui .iiJfi l!"flVt fur. .e.t r rit, ir.fl brackish creeks or ponds, whero tho and nil mh with mile! acceiiane. in ecu cmpait P. II. HI LEY, Proprietor, ay TtaYaVS rriH'Sk- - . weeds nnd rushes grow out into tho of tho round tho coverA Is a tiny frill library. Ono arranged for n populnr crepe paper. narrow moiro bachelor of Xcw York was all done In Absolutely water. These plants nro inhabited by ndon, - - - Kentucky. the reds nnd blacks met with so often throngs of crawling creatures spiders, In the oriental rugs, nnd was a wonder moths, ants nnd beetles. Tho nrchcrs it V..tll)uic4 r.Ain. v t1 . Ii dr, moved to my new Hotel ,aad am better of comfort and clTectivcncvs. than ever to accommodate the public. hrf tin! Piumtf C- - .1111 U'agutr IJuiTci slowly nnd quietly drift closer nnd A cream of tarter baking powI.ivcry mlttcheJ and eveiy convenience de The walls were painted a dull red, closer to their victims, barely moving tr tiive me a call. der. Highest of all in leavening with a deep fringe of black nnd gold TKANK KII.KY. wavy fins, until within their Latest United States four orwide, feet, when they become imstrength. design on a red ground. A dado of five Turkish rugs, which reached to t. Government Food Report. Hro Kt . n ii .i- Itotn Ou. movable, with eyes fixed on tho living "(. Irv.iti. Klegsnt M'ajner v'l ,t Cms. hclirht of six feet, went around tho entarget. Then they shoot, without over a 00., showing tho mouth above tho surface tire room, giving It nn air of untold ai tlir well known old stand ol J, II. Green In warmth and comfort. Ono corner was of the water, the drops seeming to bo 100 Wall Street, New York. Hustonvlllo. - - Kontucky. partitioned off by latticework, painted propelled directly from the surface. t e '"viHilhrnlTii Liu.licu' SolM. Vetllbultd ' ,r ' imp , with CoIuh ban Llbraij black. In this corner was a divan WEDDING CAKE IlOXn.". '.ud Sn.o Ils jutt received a beautiful Hoe of "It is not only insects on bushes nnd A. S. PRICK, Cn h i Vgii-- Sle- wiif twigs that aro taken in this way, for ribbon Is fastened at opposite corners built to go across the corner and cov- c iuHi nr, k Can, inllm ii JNew auiTeya, llim luttncrit lu Pimetona, &c. SURGEON DENTIST. llefvii IVtlive. of tho cover only, and ties in a full ered with a soft mattress and a scarlet VotV I' 'j- a' 41H silk shawl. On tho walls hung queer Furnituro nnd Stoves. bow at the top, which obviates the Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the new N Foiry Transfer. Owsley Buildinz. necessity of untying the bow of riblon old medals, miniature'- of fair women O.nuloe Oliver Chillea I'lowi. Step in and see A Sunferd; every time tho box is opened. The set in frames of coral, tigers' teeth nnd nice line cf Hocking Chtirs and VMinituie. tuie jour tlckcU resl v. 4.14 Knur." Moves Cheaper (I an ever btfo e. II MAX TIN. ribbons nre put on nlmost entirely In old coins. A pipe rack, on which hung .U ..n.C()IU4rtCK i'ju. Inttic Man.r (leu. Pats and Ikt. Act. meerschaums, Indian cla'y pipes nnd this manner, so that tho box may be O MYERS IIOUSE preserved for a long while as a re- "hookahs from StambouL" occupied n ceptacle for jewels or trinkets on the niche, while pictures all odd ones dressing table. These crepe paper boxes cost SIS a hundred and inside havo a folder of heavv naner L)l) Direct Line lutaetn .W.GREEN, Prop. which protects tho cako from greasing through the box. An ornamental ii Tnu .utile, which li run n connection with the HI 1jgjj-ygJ- f iTpBl L edging of laco paper adds a tabteful Myers Home, has been supplied wlU holtiiiiiJ quiclv.l trtwpn finish to the inside. Frankfort, Qoorgotowu una Purls, A Wow Lot of Horses, Carriages, Another dainty box, which requires Onrllslo, Oynthuinn, Buggies, Wagons, no ribbon to enhance Its attractions, is Fnlniouth and OovuiKkoii. the one Illustrated, with a cover decoBin's Supplies and Is better than All lui ticket via Kintucky MwUnd Trains plCptls rated In silver. Tho box is square, nnd supply the public with fui. by Ccniial sun irt true In one corner Is n design in bowknots, TiieTablNov. it, lift. FiiiaT-cLA8- 3 maa op kinds. No which unite "two hearts that beat ns No. 1. No. 7 ntAlNS KAST. ,.For a.. p ro v re Pirtunaland pTomptallentlot given to one." It is covered with watered pai-. on Partus and llurUU. rave Franklort 400 RefreshinglJBath.lJHot or Cold, per and has a silver rim to the cover. .... 7 Summit...., 10 4 e6 P. V. GREEN, THE AIlRHEIi.FlSH Kl ihirn,.... 11 ' 4 ". Many of the Jong nnd narrow boxes n Al IIUKNS.Mansjer ....7 Proprietor. A stylish Hair TrinTor Clem Shave, go to " switur .... 7 40 tho archers nre expert wing shots ns have a monogram stamped In one cor'1S ' t c. StaininiE jiouuit.7 a Duv.il . T3" 4 U t 10 Cock & Farmer's Barber Shop. well. They will swiftly follow a moth ner, in either gold or silver, showing c loh u 11., .....-- .7 I u HHSiT NATIONAL BANK 4 4" or Uy that happens to hover closo over tho intertwined initials of the sur 44 35 cuiectown.u . 46 A. G. Lsnham John B. Cattleman. tho water until' within easy range, names of both bride and groom. The u s. uepot..... .. 1 15 ()V STAN KURD, KY. JM i' m when they will usually bring down tho triangular box Is novel, but less 3J ' Ctninrville. ...... I 10 II 3J victim nt tho first shot. Somo observ- popular than tho others, as it Is rather Kluablh.............1 ao J4S Cupltal Stock 35 S ,...C Arrive lru 0 3 V ers say that tho flsh exudes n drop of difficult, as well as wasteful, to cut tho ii " Palis Junclmn J8 surplus sticky fluid, which gums the wings of cake to fit in it. All of these shapes mny be carried the flyer nnd renders them useless, but Aiituiion of the pjbllc it invited to the fac TKAINS WEiT. No. . Sit. , No 8 No. a oat itutit the ouly National Hank m Stanford U ns slmplo water would do tho samo out In crepo paper, cither with or INDIAN COILMHl. ndet thepiovitiontof the National Hank Act Lvn Pnns Junction... S4 thing there seems to bo no necessity without n frill about the cover. The JepuMtoit are itemed not only by the capital o 03 Lve Pans ....C 4 35 94 lock, hut b the stockholders liability In- - a cnterer, ns n rule, attends to the mat- wcro scattered about In every direc- Arr Klls.bfth for any such explanation. 61s 4 55 9 yi amuuut equal 10 the stock, to that deposit, t ol Ccnirrvlile.... 5 i "Tho flsh aro kept as pets in the gar-de- ter of tho souvenir boxes, which re- tion. The window had a sent cushioned Arr Newtown ........ .isca 6 19 hit institution are tccuitd by a fund of $400,000. 6i tx .10 08 J30 rive .worn tiatenicula of Iheconditiou o( the bank k of wealthy Siamese, and to wit- lieves tho household of ono of tho In scarlet and a yard of tirCS Deot.....II .10 18 6 60 ate made the United 10 j n l.fOiRUown sso uitnt ni each vearto aie examined Slam mir.. prowess nt shooting is ono of many duties which crowd in upon one's painted black formed n norftct cozv & C ASTLEM A JS ness their iltattctt B al staled lliuu .1" 41 4? the entertainments always offered to wedding day. Ellu Starr, in X. Y. Re- corner. A wrought iron lump hung rr1juva7in."Z.'"" 1047 j government ageuU, Ihtii rrcunnj addititosa 5 10 S7 .no petfect safety to depotitot t. MANAGERS, 8 JO from the celling, and a tiny coiTco ArraumgV.'roui. (1 visitors. All of these parks or gnrdens corder. 7 "J .0 hit iii.litutiun. onfinally ettablithcd at the rr je .u C4 7 "J stand, inlaid with pearl and holding a Arr ?iixer Hank ol Stanford (Irrman Christmas CaMcu. nnd pools F.lkhgin iciuiitthe National Hunk iu i!jS, then 11 11 7 M 9Ss Commerce Building, Louisville contain b-pretty fountains and palms. aed as ol Stanford in iSoj and fineness, gave ArrNiiuiii'it fringed - luxuriant ferns 11 7 7 a v Intono quart of molasses (Xow Or- cofTeo set of at the National Dank ol imo 11 3j 7M Agents throughout the Soutb. Tho bottoms aro covered with briglit, leans is best) put a tablespoonful of the last touches to this very eccentric Arr KtanH rl ..A Sunlurd in ibSa, hat had practically au A cunnn.t wltli L. .V N and effective apartment. eiutrnceol ja yeart it it Letter tupplitd pebbles, and as the wa- black pepper, ono of cinnamon, a II to. nicti with ij .V l' jh.I I.. S. .J nh tacllltiet lot trautactmKbutineta prompt An Indian corner makes a very handter is shnllow of ground cloves nnd the 1) auu liberally than ever before in lit lone and W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Affont, nil tho crystal clear and very distinctCwukIi Willi K. C. 8 and dally cietpt lonerable career. Accounti of corporation!, motions of the fish nro la, Niitr 1,1,3.4 grated rind of two oranges and ono some bit In any house, and a descrip Sunday So bunday 7, firmt and Individualt retpectfully tolic-.See STANFORD, KY. iraint bclo. ly visible. lemon. Let this stand a day. Then tion of an Indian room may not come "At Uangkok is the palace of tho add flour enough to make rather a stiff amiss Tlio walls nnd ceiling wero diH . Dreetuiy ol this Hank 11 compoicd ol SUN DAY TRAINS. , Portland Siamese king, nnd In tho hpacious dough, add about four tcaspooufuls of vided Into panels, each of which con- Wist I.esve (Jeoiire'uwn io.j A. M,, arrive Lincoln county; San Francisco. S T. Harm I.IlcoIu; grounds surrounding it nro many rare baking powder, which must be mixed tained a most delicate design lu Indian at Kr.nkfntt irjl A. M. hakT l.cate T'ratikloil 1:15 I', M ; airie it (. A. Lackey, Lincoln) plants and trees, tamo nnltnnls, and a with the flour, and a large spoonful of wood curving. A dado of rugs reached Georgetown 3 ij P M 2 J. W. Hay don, Stanford; large pond full of archers. They aro lard. Roll out tho dough into long from tho floor to tho height of four fee4. The Kentucky Midland Ralw.vatiil rnnnec II lUughmau, Lincoln; favorite pets of tho monarch, and ho strips about ns thick as your finger Its doors wero exquisitely carved iu tiou. firia the noito.t and ehespe.l rmite to all J.H. Mocker Stanford; rt. watches them by the hour. He has ids (working in more flour if too soft to and great mirrors, with tre- poims South, Kt, Nrril and U tu t r Jgctit. Kor fuuher inform, on pply VIA V. A. Trlbble, Stanford; attendants carry branches full of bugs roll), and with a sharp knlfo cut into mendous elaborately-carve(Jen frame?, t D. HUtL R'W,Kit .niPm .kmii. M. D. Elmore, Stanford; OKI). II II Sup, to the pool and thrust them into tho pieces the size of a nut about half an aro placed among tho walls, while rare T. P. Ilill.Staaford. 33s . of linen decorated with blue soft bank on the margin. Then he nnd inch long. Itnko in a hot oven. He tnpobtrie K. L. Tanner, McKlcnry; his guests sit and watch the antic of careful not to put the nuts too close to- nnd red figures und accompanied by M. J Mlllur. tt vrnnn. biues ir. a... Mi t sj ...-l the ilnned marksmen nnd their lively gether in the pans or they will stick to- odd characters iu black inlt, spell out 'ii, Hietldcul; ZKZSZtfX&mxazx&tcrj&r J McRoberts, Latliier; competition for the daintios. In color gether. If the do, break them npart to tho'o who know Hindustani the le CJf lOU.SV.Ul.rUWA l3AWTft tHICASOK'lVS- A. McKinney, Asiutant Caihter, AND tho archer would remind ono of our while hot. Ladles' Home Journal. gjiid4f some goddess of India. An Inr striped perch, but it is dian corner is suggested in our picture, 2ULLMANSA1TD Kppji llio tlilldroii lluvy. darker, nnd the hues aro brighter which, without tho cost and study PABLOR'.CAES. more striking. Tho flsh only growand Teach clilldren to do little things which the room above described InCo to bo four or flvo Inches long, and nro of about (lie house. It trains them to be volved, would be artistic and pretty. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE ft. OK STANFORD, KV., a flat, wide shape, not unlike the salt- useful, not awkward, in later and more X. Y. Advertiser. - DINING - CARS. water pumpkin seed, but with ex- important affairs; it gives them occuRUNNING now lully otsauued and ready lor butinctt with llou- to .Mnl(i .lint Crmiticttcs. e traordinarily large, dorsal and pation while they are small, and it WRIT K. TO For six persons, havo about one pint SOLD TO ventral fins, nnd a comparatively small, really is un nssistnnee to tho mother in raid up Capital of $200,000. K..H. BACON, D. P. A., F. J REED.G. P, ALL P0INTK: OLTpllia, feeblo tall fin. The eye Is reddish and the end, although she always feeh dur- of finely chopped cooked niont. Add Chicago, Louisville, Ky. . 2L000. verv nrominent. nnd their sl?ht is so ing the training period that it is much ono tablespoonful each of Hour and OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, CCKSbOU to Til K LINCOLN NATIONAL. Denver. J keen nnd they nro so timid that an on easier to do the thing herself than to Milt; three of butter; ono tenspoouful St. Paul. HANK OK STANFORD, W.SCQHSIM, pint of water. looker must bo very quiet if ho would show another how. This Inst excuse of pepper; Mow cloning up) with the tame attelsand under not frighten them away. They dio al- has done much to make selfish, idle. Make n thickening of the flour, water the MISSOURI, KAM5AS. , piuvmont of tame management. most Instantly on being taken out of unhandy members of un older society, nnd butter, and heat to a boil, thou add .IF VOU ARE GOING. ittchailcr, depontors are at ully protected as aie depositors in National tho meat to which tho seasoning h.is COLORADO, tho water, nnd if injured in any way nnd should be remembered, In its efHEBBASK liankt, its shareholders being held individual R liaole to the extent ol the amnuui of their stock they soon succumb. In death their fects, by tho mother while her little been added. Cook a few minutes, thuii theicin at the par value theieol, in addition to the ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, When cool, THE gay coloring boon fades, ami they be- ones nro beginning to lenrn all things, remove from tho fire. amount invetted in such shares. It may act as good and bad, at her knee. Occupa- shape with the hnnds Into cylinders or -come a dull greenish gray. executor administrator, truttee, Ac, at fully as TEMASy-ov tion makes happiness, und occupation balls. Dip each ono into beaten ogg, in individual. "They seem to bo of a social disposilo thotc who cntrutted their bultiiiett to us then roll iu flno brcud crumb, being tion, nlwnys traveling in large compa cannot be Acquired too young. SflDTK-WEwhile mnaginjf the Lincoln National llauk. ol careful to see that every part in coated. ilE WEST, Stanford, we we here tenderour many tin- ' nies. If tnoy have nny other defense id Milk In tho .Sick Doom. trutt they will continue to transact their business Fry in deep fat, nrrango on n napkin than their powers of flight it has not FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS with ut, offering at a guarantee for prompt attenWhen n milk diet Is prescribed for and serve at once. yet been learned. They may have one who has an ncid stomach, is tion to same, our twenty years' oxpcrience it AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. it often banking and at liberal accoinmodationt at are somo poisonous drop with which they best to add a LOUISVILLC & NASHVII tc R. R. niiijiiKrinmit ltlnj;. I.nw anil with found banking. llttlo lime water to It. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE can wound or kill enemies, or they Limo water is An important decision has just been made by turning two DIHKCTOKi: mny bo poor eating, or, as Is moro quarts of hot pronounced in Vermont as to engageIt the line for you, at its water over a picco of likely than either, they may bo too J J. Willlsms, Mt. Veruoo; ment rings. A young man sued to lime an Inch 'UllWAH VESTIBULED COACHES, quick to be caught; but, however It is, Is slacked, stir and letsquare. When It .II. Shtnki.Sun'otd; ono that ho had given to a young stand overnight. SLEEPING AND D1WIN0 CARE J. S. Owsley, Stanford; Make'clote connections at other and larger flsh glvo tho archers a In the morning pour off us much liquid woman who, after accepting the ring, S J. Exubry, Stanford; SCE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI very wldo berth." as Is clear and bottle It. To half a pint repudiated tho engagement. Tho J. ". Owiley, Stanford; For all points. 1'rlcn of Killlilo Jjorpcnte. 01 mine ntid a teasnoonful of limo Juclff decided that It must bo returned J0Rr0LK3WESTERNRAILR0A( J. F, Catn, Stanford; THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. r or elso that tho recipient must fulfill water. U. C. 220 edible serAbout tho year tnblets ready for William Gooch, Stanlord; BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUOH CHEAPEST, BESTANO QUICKEST LINE. pents wore sold tit tho rate of twenty use are to be found at most pharmacies. tho conditions under which it wus preA. W.. Carpenter. Mllle.lio. 111. w Kor any information ejqulre of Tho English courts somo Wrlto for Hates, 5Ini, TiincTnble.', Descrlptlv for :icr:its in the Egyptian markets. Albumenlzed milk is made by putting sented. W. II. Cummins, Preachcrsvill JOE S.IIICU. Agent, .. Stanford, Ky Or 2, H. Shinks, Pretident, rvo ,Hpcl to Rome. Italian tho whites of two eggs in a glass jar years ago decided that an engagement amphibia, to any Btation Acent, or to M. T. HRAGQ, W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pan. Agent, ALIEN HULL, W. B. DCVIIL, Dr. J.l. .t;vr. tveuty for 15 with one pint of milk, and shakintr ring is not recoverable under any cirPI.. (unction City, Ky lt. Trat.ll.f if cumstances. them thoroughly. H0iS0kK.TA. W.M. Bright, TeUcr. UUA.MIKK.Vl. r0Lllll,0. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journh SIMPS AECHEIt FISH. fctf wax it tr m vm dm 1 - I General Merchandise, old-tim- o I I liei-tf- 6 OH 8 PAGES. PRIDAY. 1 I11 I Millinery Goods. A-- o '"W-'iifod- , M - "i. 1 H' lt. A I IV- . 1 fii-- J. B. HIGGINS, , deep-Jawe- d, Aa Hinds of Coal, Vet-tibu- te - Stanford, BIue-Gra- ts kl - ouraiul -- JOITES BROS., Stanford, re-rol- Tin Sheet Iron Works, n mg Four -- Twoute, d Hued-inge- n OJbi.O.A.C-rO- cii-er- u Baking- ...la -- f7-l- in RILEY HOUSE -- Pure "'ST. LOTJXS. !.. iaid BOSi'OiN I r - royals akinq;powde jpjil 51 I - D. S. CAKPJCNTEH. nSTETvV - CHfap Burj-rjie- s, - - ii.i-.n.- rat ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. AEBEE Ky. Midland R'y, Cliiciiuiatl and t ;tiikfort Mn-ysvlllo-, n 1 f pJy all VVedd-n- t 1 1 - 1 1 . 11 ,.S 4 .1 4 S200.000 21,300 1 Insurance Company (J hs fret-wor- 7 egg-she- ll "nm'.ei-rupt- ed many-colore- d ul fldu-;ian- ci U Kiire-itu-t Ki-id- World's Fair Record. CHICAGO mym faa bas-relie- f, tia-- i d as. 1 - NORFOLK fresh-wate- WEST A Farmers Rank&Trnst - fan-lik- SaAILROASS. TICKETS one-lin- lf 1 SJTOBTK WEST, HORTK-VTE- Sr, SI - con-titto- nt M MW cd NORTH AND EAST. Double Dally Trains er Lime-wate- ., . ! l"- -..r !'. -- . - .' ttr.1'J-IT'WSemi-Weekly Interior Jourha. 18i4 IN'YE IN THE ST. CltOIX ON nccidout bjforo, aud probabjy by refer- STANFORD, K.V., DEOhMMIltlS, HE DWELLS THE ADVANCE ring to it again now thoso fow whe did boliovo it will go over to tho maOF jority, but I can provo it by two physi- CIVILIZATION THERE. E. C. Walton, Business Manage INFERIOR 4 MOTIVES. In Ami In Writing or It All Iln Tells of Hiivr tlm Cj clone .Monkcyi-i- l With III Anatomy, mill of III I.ru, Tluit Wins Laid lip lit u tllms Chho 1'fir Itrpnlrt. ICoiiyrltilit. WH. !)' Kdgnr V. Nye. Vai.i.ky IH'iUno tub Ijfi Jy Tin: Kt. iiian Hi'MMun of Tin: I'iimuint Yi:aii. ( It Feoiiis nlnio-i- t iucrediblu now, look I'oliit to Ho Cannlilrrrd important in reasoning "with chllilrcn that only tho best mo- ing ovor thin most bountiful and pros tives for conduct should bo (riron tlietn, parous country, which pours n Mood of wealth into tho coffers of tho New Hug nutl never Inferior or wrong ones. A conscientious child will often mnlco land farm mortgagor, thnt whuro wo mlstnlccs nnd do tho wrong thing, now stand tho rank thistle ouco nodded while ho has tho most sincere and un- in tho wind ntid tho wild fox or tho selfish iloslro to do tho right one. Such woodohuol: dug his holo ungeared. actions in such children should not bo Horo, whoro tlio shriek of tho locomo-tlv- o scolded or condemned too harshly. For on hnlf a dozen Chicago lines enit Is tho motive that most mutters. So tering St. Pnul nnd Minneapolis echoes long us tho intention bo right tho up nnd down the beautiful lake, and may bo amended, and the child whuro ouco tho godless barbarian roso learn from his error to avoid it In fu- from his couch unblest nnd uncivilized, ture. thero now fltnuds a penltontiary with n Tho dlffcrcnco Iwtwccn tho motive seating capacity of 1,800 nnd turning and the action, and their interdepend- nway business uvory day. ence are not often enough explained "Whero now is tho broazo maiden to children. It is more possible for a with tho chapped feet? child to understand tho distinction Echo ntiBWurs, "Ilenp gono, all same than people usually think. If, as might woodbine I" easily be done, tho teacher would put Here, whero cultivation has reached tho idea into slmplo and familiar tho very apox of Norwegian words, most children could grasp it, and whoro tho other evening I nndylearn to 1ms their own guides in fu- disappointed a lnrgo nudleuco ns a sub- ture, nnd Mint is what all child teaching should tend toward, or it is teaching thrown away. Children quickly appreciate high motives. To urgo your boy to do right because it Is bravo to do so, or becauso It Is honorable, or because it is true, is to speak to him in u language which ho can understand as well as you. And to know only such motives tends to make him tho truthful, bravo or honorabla Is most ac-tlo- n, t or Children. the IMuca-tlo- n fnix rofluo-incut- , boy you wish him to be. On tho other hand, to habitually Incite him to goodness becauso of the candy which comes to good Iwys or tho punishment which awaits bad ones, is to creato in him only tho motives of greed nnd fear. These incentives nro not only demoralizing to the character of tho child, but tho force of them Is weakened as tho boy grows older. Again, it Is a mistake to appeal to "outside" motives with children, such ns nctlng for tho sako of appearance or becauso hflmu ono is watching: "Ho a good child, for undo is looking at you;" "Don't bo rude to your sister or misbehave at the tablo while company 1b hero;" "How ugly It looks for a llttlo girl to 1)0 disobedient or unkind!" "Soo how pretty It is Jo bo amiable or "People always admire a gen-tl- o llttlo girl." Much phrases surely do not show n child tho lcst reasons why lie should do right. Children do understand and appreciate better ones. And children have a right to the best. They have a right to as good motives as thoso wo try to llvu up to ourselves. Hargen-erousl" THK IIKIJ FELL. per's liaiar. HOUSEHOLD llmi spoons with NOTES. WLA- - r; K . stains. 1'Alu and tubs saturated with glycer-ln-o will not shrlulc Thk latest clothes prop for tho back yard Is a slender iron pole. TiaitT collars nro apt to produce a permanent swelling of tho throat Aktku knives havo been cleaned they may bo uruiintuiy poiisiicu wiin cnar- coul powder. salt to remove egg W" ! lY fejj J Dishcloths should Ikj washed out In hot, clean soapsuds dully and boiled In sodn once a week. LjJJ IT Urox curtains tho principal part of the embroidery Is now placed .upon tho turnover twrtion of tho top. This has much the effect of n valanee when well overlaid Auva made of old Ingrain carpet, cut bins and sewed on to ticking or deulm with carpet thread, is said to lust ten years and grow softer and prettier every year. Tho preferred width of tho bias strips is ono Inch, nnd they should bo sewed by the middle on the foundation, at spaces n quarter of uu inch apart. Foil a dry shampoo tho hnlr should bo loosened, then every inch of tho scalp should Iks gently rubbed until nil tho dust and dandruff are loosened. Tho hair should Ik parted in different parts of the head and brushed with n very stiff llttlo brush until the scalp Is clean, nnd tho hulr also. Then it should be rubled with alcohol or some hair tonic nnd tho snarls gently combed and brushed out. Foil shampooing get live cents' worth of powdered Castile soap, tho same quantity of borax; add to them a tublespoonful of alcohol, tho bentcu yolk of an cgp nnd a pint of hot water. 1'ut this In a Iwttlo and coVk. Thcro is sufllelent for throo or fourshnmpoos, as It only takes a small quantity applied to tho scalp to cnuso a good lath er, which must, however, bo carefully rinsed out with several basins of warm i r V I 4 watcr. Taaellne for tlio Toilet Tub lev. Vasolluo should havo a pluce on every toilet tablo. Itubbcd Into tho eyebrows and on tho well-regulat- x & Tlio little upper Mississippi steamIs sometimes good to take Internally, Is an ecel-len- t boats camo up tlio river after tho ice as a remedy for colds. It balvo for burns nnd cuts. It went out, and ono long toot of tho whis-tlwould empty a church in oight minbo used much on tho face, should not however, as It produoes a growth of utes. Somo of thoso little boats wero liko tho Georgia e tenmer with tho one hair. horsopowor enuino nnd 13 horso whistle, 1 romomber n littlo boat with a What Ilenioln Will Do. Dcnzoin is ono of tlio best friends of pocket engine nnd n calliopo, and overy A few drops of it in u basin tlmo tho calliopo played tho boat stopwoman. of water gives a pleasant odor to tho ped. Sam Jones snys thoro aro too many It helps to whiten Christians liko thnt When thoy "hoi-ler- " faco and hands. tho skin and to tighten it Tan nnd amen, thoy stop. 'tvrlnlrloM nro both removed bv its It was near this spot whero I am notion, and, combined with glycerine wiling that my brother, now persecutur Alcohol, it lsan oxccllcnt lotion. ing nttornoy of Minneapolis, ouco invited mo to como with him and partiolpato in a cyclone. It did not last long, but tho Due Un'aArnlca Salve. tailors now mako ono of my tronsrrs Th best salve In ths world lor- - cut, bruises of an inch shorter legs orei , ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, .teller , chip psd hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup than tho other. oloni. It positively cures piles, or no pay requtr People, now como hundreds of miles d. It U guaranteed to give perfect satiifactiot par hoi Price- i$ cent or money retunded. to view tho Bpot. I havo referred to this by A. R. Penny, Stanford. Ky. Koralt o three-eighth- s - lashes it stimulates their growth. It range NoIhoii, known and Ftituto for tclovod hero in tho northwest ns tho Llttlo Short Necked Norwegian, once the dusky warrior had his homo, and in tho crisp spring weather his flnncoo strained tho golden mnplo sirup through her blanket, yet warm from her bronze shoulders. "What chuugos havo ennio hcrol" ni one of my Pop friends said last evening. Forty-twyears ago I camo to this country and found it in tho very filoufih of barbarism., Indians without suitable underclothing for this rigorous climnto roamed up nnd down tlio St Ctolx and violated tho gumo law with impunity. No whito man's life wns safe. It has taken mo over 10 of tho best years of my lifo to bring nbont a chnngo, but in thnt Hniuo valley thcro are now n thousand schoolhouHfts, ono nominal school in this congregational district, us my Pop friend says, and ICO churches thnt nro almost self supporting. Ono can hardly belle vo that hero whero now wo sit ruirroundcd by all that life, n can go to exalt nnd cmbolli few brief years ago tho nasty Indian camped out and lived joyous and flu did not know that by sin death camo into tho world. Ho knows it now; also thnt pneumonia comes with and steam heat, Into hours nnd a crock full of Stillwater wassail. Siuco then wo havo como through all tho various periods nnd strata that go to build tho geological abutments upon which rest civilization and appendicitis No ono hud appendicitis when I camo horo on tlio stern deck of n horso in 1852. Wo had no comforts, no puro-sino esotorio research, no ncuto gastritis, no emtio pootry outsldo tho lum-lx- r camps, nnd I was baptized by tlio snino man who shod my steers. Thoso wore grand old days, nnd no one hesitated nlKint being immersed by n man who could stagger a stag with ono blow or hold the hind leg of a clay bank inula till tho ornery bruto ruptured himself with suppressed wratli. I toll you theso pioneer expounders of tho Scriptures uovor drowned anybody. 1'vo seen n U00 pound man immersed in tho Kinnio Kiuuick, nnd nfter playing him a few moiuonts tho preacher landed him on tho bunk, jumped up out of tlio wntor, cracked his heels together and called for another. It was March, and ovor nnd anon n 25 pound enko of ico would hit tho parson in tho back, but tho rosy old apostlo liked it, nnd wo had to go into tho river and pall him out by force, ho liked it so well. Thou camo tho vastappotito for roal estate, when every ono was excited, nnd oven tho preacher said ono day in an nbsentminded way as ho opened tho Bible, "Brothers nnd sisters, today you will find my toxt in tho N. W. X of section 0, township 38, tho S. W. K Ca-nnt- o o jag-les- s, cians, both of whom sot my leg, and a third physicinn who resot it about n weok later when iny bed fell down. I was placed on a cheap bod aud an extension put on tho leg thnt is, a piece of ndhesivo plnstor was put on the solo of tin foot, nnd to this n cord was attached which passed up ovor tlio foot of tho bed and over n pulloy to n couple j of flat irons which kept my limb pulled j out to its full capacity all tho time when the bono wns knitting. Ono day I honved n sigh, and ns I did so tho bed foil with a loud roport, loaviug my foot iu tho nir. Gosh, how it hurt I A nnrso nnd my fond wifo wero there, rrcsrrvo tlio Claanlrx. tho but they could not ull me chaos of bed and shattered legs. All "This," said tho professor, "is simthoy could do was to wring their hands ply oxccrablo. It will not stand tlio most and pnt cologne on my brow. lenient criticism." It wns ono of tho saddest situations I Art Student Why, sir, I hnvo been over ncceptcd. Finally my wife, who told it is n masterpiece is a woman of quick intelligence, sug"What? Thnt represents nn Indian gested that I could bo slowly olovated council in tho northwest, doesn't it?" by nn educational process. Sho got two "Certainly, sir" sots of cyclopedia and jrouio of my own "And tho characters nro supposed to literary works, and with theso alio man- bo American Indians?" aged to build up undor my ginnt framo "Yos.'sir." ns I went up on ono olbow nt n time, so "And you hnvo pictured thorn nttired that whon tho doctor camo I wns rest in hunting shirts, leggings, moccasins ing, whito and faint, with n work on and blnnkets" phrenology under my head and a big "Tnkcn from life, sir" octavo on lumbering in tho northwest "Lifo! What's lifo to do with art? It under my lumbar region. endurcth boyond tho scopo of tho nges Tho cyolouo is n very quick movement of man. It reacheth" ' of disturtKul nir iu various directions "What's wrong with tho picture, sir?" nnd is injurious to animal lifo. It is, as "Wrong? Tho clothing. Thoy wear I may say, in almost overy case, acuto no clothing" disturbance of aerial particles resulting "My dear professor, tho thermometer from iullnmed ollmato. frequently stands nt 20 dggrees bolow The can ful student of ntmosphorio zero up there, and" phonomena notices nt first a small cloud "Twenty fnricsl What have therabout tlio sizo of a man's hand, but mometers and blankets to do with art?" very it assumes tlio sizo and blnck-ne"But, sir" threatened tariff legislation, ami "I tell you it won't do. Tho Amerif before ono can find tho key to his cy- ican Indian has been painted for hunclone cellar he is twisted so thnt ho dreds of years, so to speak, as a naked looks at tho futnro over his shoulder savago" blades aud tears of anguish roll down "But, sir, this was painted from tho over his eyebrows into his onrs. savages themselves" "Savages, fudgol What hnvo savages When I roo on my good leg to go to tho assistance of my brother, tlio sharp to do with art? Shall wo destroy all tho o bones of the tibia aud fibia cut through traditions of our noblo school, our tlio lacerated llesh, nnd nlso spoiled a genius, for n baud of savages? comparatively now pair of pantaloons. Away with itl Try again, sir." Tho green loaves of tho forest had been And genius solemnly demanded that whipped to a mucilage, by tho wind nnd tho noblo red man should rido tho blizhail nnd plnstcred over fences, houses zard without his clothes. Clovolnnd nnd oven horses. Our horso wns hang- Plain Dealer. ing by his breeching from n lonely troe, Drcllnrd With Thank. plastered with green, and tho blood wns all rushing to his head. I moaned nnd sank into n jwol of mud, hail and rainwater. My patieuco, how my leg did ncbo mo I Help was miles nway, but busy re Moving tho distress of tho injured and comforting tho bereft or searching for tlio dead at Clear Lake, It was a memorable night I lay on my bnck looking up nt tho nltornnto cloud rack and the cold, uusympathotio planets. Now nnd "VIT 9Mk then it would rain somo mora on my T. r upturned spectacles. Nothing is moro annoying than spoctnoles iu a cyclone. Mr. Chrome I'm so glad yon liko My brother paced tho torn and di Miss Ethel I sheveled road near mo, nlmost crazed , tho painting, She Oil, it's perfectly lovolyl But by tlio fear that his family had been yon must let mo rnturn tho frame, ns killed during his nbsoiico. Fiually a mamma does not allow mo to accept foot passongor camo by on his wny to presents from gentlemen. Lif o. tlio viuago, mid wo sont lor rouoi. x osk-e- d for n stretcher, n physician, a rubber Very Strnncc blanket, a bottle of nioxio and an evenA young girl took her watch into tho ing paper. jowoler'B rccontly nnd explained thnt Tho accident occurred ns tho whlstlo something was tho matter with it midnight blow for fl o'clock, and it was examined it tlio whon reliof came. I can recall tho cir- Whilo tho watchmnkcr wntch remarked enmstances almost without effort A owner of tho fractious pulled my log and then that slip did not seo what mndo it act fortably Thry wnut to sco him bito tho bedding and froth nt tho month aud that ho tried to bo saved by good works. Howover, wo will lot thnt pass. Times nro improving, and oven as tjio world is boing lighted by a now and searching light, seen only a fow yenrs ago iu tho stormy sky, so "tho morning light is breaking" in somo of tho dnrk old smolly catacombs of misguided bolief, and ono day a broad minded, liberal, just humanity will worship tho satno loving nnd unrosontful God bonoath a wido, all sholtoriug aud uumortgaged roof. re-gr- ot Ivory 6oap) W&Yt IS a The Myers House, .r.W. GREEN. Proprietor. Stanford, : : : Kentucky. I am still running this n Hotel aad will continue tc give my guetti the poliiut alien-- as well ar tho belt the market afrordi. Special Attention to the Traveling Public. 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Ho tied theso to tho shattered limb as far as tho fracturo aud thon stopped so that ho provonted circulation and yet gave no protection to tho agonized leg. By morning it had swollen to its full capacity, nnd I shall enrry down to my tenr soaked gravo tho bears of thoso dingonal blistors mndo by tho accursed bandages. After 24 hours I Haw that I would havo to wear a hickory leg up tho gold-- , en stair, as things looked, and so 1 had six good healthy pallboarors tako mo to tho uveuiug train, put mo on tlio bag- - it iu with pieces of fenco ' of-to- n tnko off my dress. Tho pockof in my grny dress is too large, though, and sometimes it falls into tho bowl when I nm washing." "Wntor would ruin it if it got inside, " remarked tho jowoler. "That littlo bit wouldn't," said tlio girl, with a ery wise shako of tho head. "It's only falls that hurt them. Onco it fell out of tho up stairs window, but it Innded in tlio losebush, nnd it wasn't hurt much. 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Complete short stories by popular writers will continue to beafcature of the MAGAZINE. Sondt The Simpletons, a new novel by Thomas Hardy, will be begun in the December Number, 1894, and THK LEO IN GLASS. 18, west." gago car, strotchor, fenco boards and all, nnd was taken to Hudson, whoro thoro was n physician who had studied modicino. Ho sat my leg. Ho also put it in glass, Peoplo used to como from nway behind Martoll to seo it growing iu its littlo consorvnto-ry- . A kindly olcrgymau for whom I onco lectured, iu order to rebuild tho bolfry blown off by this samo zephyr, told mo thnt probably it was a judgment on mo, for I wns just learning to waltz nt tho timo of tho nccidout Possibly thnt is true. Still I cannot boliovo that tlio Universal Father could havo had it in for mo on account of mycrudo nnd purely plntouio waltz. I never gnvo myself up to tlio delirious pleasures of tho waltz. I was kept from anything wrong by saying to myself "one, two, three, " ota So that I can truly say that if all who waltz havo thoir heads as full of mathematics ns I did thoy will dio happy. But you know it makcd 6omo people perfectly redheaded with rugo to seo n man about town die com- - Tho vessel was'nwraclc Tho wind howled nnd lashod tho waves into foam whenever tho latter were not busy rolling mountain high. "Darling, fear uotl" Tho youth drew his beloved yot closer and waited for doalh. "I am not afraid, " sho nnswered, looking into hiBfneowithsublimo trust. "Whut is thero for mo to fear? My hair curls naturally. " Tha rain laden tempest boat in vain upon her brow, and tho chill 6nlt spray of ocean broke likowiso unnvailingly over her bangs. Detroit Tribuuo. Mmlent. ' bloomers on my wheel totlny. Maud Why? Clara I don't liko to attract attcu tiou. Now York Sou. Clara I think I shnll woar my For ttturtrated Praspootus. Tit For Tat Scraps I don't want to borrow $10, but I know a follow who does. Scads And I can't lend $10, but I know a follow who can. Detroit Free Press. The Volumes ol thoMAOAZlNE begin with the Numbers for June and December of each year. When no time is mentioned, subscriptions will begin with the Number current at the time of receipt of order. Cloth cases, for binding, 50c each by mail, postpaid, Titla page and Index sent on application. e Remittances should be made by Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance of loss. Newspapers are not to copy this advertisement without the express order of Harper & Brothers. Post-offic- wii'iij iPOlTi'fAHf.Ai.lTiiiiyffifi.'i "iiyny.iirawojuituflrtod miMSt4i(ittSi1 lUiJ.4'l. j IT as vaselino, cosiuolini', boated olivo oil or tho plobolau mutton tallow. KATE SANBORN SAYS ITS POSSESSION Conn can easily bo cured at homo. They aro caused by prossuro Remove MAY WELL EXCITE VANITY. that aud prevent all friction. For tho soft vaiiaty not: u- battel than a "Procrastination is the thierof time. "tftDelay no longer, but see VtMuk iiml i:cryclujr Way Mio K. In picco linen elo.h dipped in turpeu- Pullet r I'cct iiml Wlntli tiuo. of hmuU thItoiuovo the thorn lrom (he moid Up With n Oiniliillon Prom tlio lllblc. obstiuato sort X (after moistening wit.i A Word About SI. or. diluted immouiiO with a chip pen Unite or nn old razor. Uso 'CupjrrWht, ISui, !. AmrlMn Vrtu Auooh-intiamod, swelling joint. A band of ;..i;.) old fashioned sticking-plaste- r wound round tho entire foot is often a great comfort Uso powder in summer. Chango stockings ofton. After all tnW comes warmth. DUoaso often tiikes a fatal chill through thin solt- - or unpro Fireman's Fund, National At once. Union Central Life Ins. Co., tected ankles. arm feet h winter o "'T. '111 aro tho secret of trocdotn from colds. Fire of Hartford, Mechanics and Traders, Pennsylvania Fire J Ins. Co., A pair of 15 cent cork soIbj will often w.rd off pneumonia. IJunnlng nlout and as many more gilt edge Companies. A calendar for the asking. tho room with bare feet chilly morn-iug- s or oven down stairs hn caused Is the man to buy your Christ Trix from. Everything from a Cheap death many a time to my knowledge E OUGHT nil of us It may bo all right for that wise monk Toy to an Expensive Present can be found in his stock. Hip lot of to pay lnorenttotitioii Fomowhero in Germany to oblli;o his patients to dash barefooted through tho to our used and abused feet, nml as on snow. He puts thorn through proper Wo must this thonio wo moot treatment aftor the shock. on n couunon footing not attompt it &c. And And they continue to come to Withers to get useful and ornamenThon walking this seoms a simple lot mo bo as frank ,and birth day presents. Household furnishing and everydayish in stylo us if talkiug thing, but how many peoplo do you tal Xmas, wedding know who walk woll, so that it is a ploas-urgoods in all styles and prices to suit the people. Parlor suits, folding by your sido. to watch thorn? The majority reveal I was impressed latoly by tho romarks suits, ioo different styles in chairs, a beds, oak, cherry and walnut of a prominent public mau, whoso prot-t- laughablo, lamoutablo iguornnco of tho of pictures, easles. Picture frames made to order. nice assortment daughter was sitting at his foot lac- first rules for a good and graceful gait In Bnlk or in Cans and put up especially for the Christmas Don t fail to see the trade. ing his shoes, which woro easy and son- - Most persons Bhow almost tho entire siblo, but evidently oxpousivo. His foot Boles of thoir feot as thoy approach you. Call in and sec my stock. had tho air of being valued and cared Some stmt along on their heels. Some R. ZIMMER. too in with ono or both feot Tho ball for, and as ho looked down with a Teat is being scattered broadcast through the country. bit of vanity at the well shap- of tho foot should first touch tho grouud ed, woll 6lod pedal extremities ho said: or floor. At least wo should aim for "I often talk to my feet. I say to them: that and keep tho solo down, springing a littlo on tho too. How many peoplo 'You havo carried mo uncomplainingly mnuy n yoar aud mauy a mile. I will over 35 can you think of who movo Opposite the St. Asaph. try to repay your faithful, invaluablo easily or havo nny elasticity as thoy assistanco by giving to you good care, movo? Tapping tho floor with tho feet uorvously, as always seen on tho stage, comfort and cleanliness." A CHRISTMAS LEGEND. Then as an opposito picture there is forbidden by every disciple of ART FOR AMATEURS. TTie ailniciildiM Walking Stick of St. Joseph It is a natural but inelegant way coinos to mind nn imuienso swimming How to Tlut China nml Apply the Took Koot anil Itlusiomrii. pool connected with a mnmmoth hotel or oxprossing impatience, anxiety or inTlioro is n lcgontl interesting in conin California, where I used to sit morn- decision. No ono has learned tho great What kind of a present would you like best? Wc know what will In painting flowers on china a har- ings and watch tho bathers eniovimr tho art of self control who cannot keep his nection with tho custom of extending please you best. It is a donation of festivities from Christmas to Twelfth monious background adds very much to slide and diving, floating and general feet still under trying circumstnnces. day, ov Epiphany. According to tradi- tho offect For instanco, whito flowers, sport. And such pathological specimens Then tho position of tho feot in publio tion, St. Joseph, whilo passing through' with touches of pink, cuch as applo of feet. Oh, horrors I A distressing col- places. Look nt tho long row of feet in tho town of Glastonbury, rested on n blossoms or azaleas, look well on a tint lection of distorted misshaped termina a ferryboat, too absurdly many to try to hillsido. His walking stick of dry haw- of roso pink matching tho pink in tho tions that bad onco been pretty, dim- describe. Many unconsciously wind ono thorn ho thrust into tho earth, when it flowors. Pure whito flowers, with cool, pled, pink toed, symmetrical feet I foot round tho chair log whilo eating. This is the present we propose to give to each customer buyinp merimmediately took root and the next day green tints in tho shadows, should bo Knobs, excrescences, toes twisted and Somo oven sit on ono foot Notico all this to learn better man- chandise of us. I! you can save 25c, 50c or $1 won't that plcascyou? blossomed. Every year thereafter it on a palo green grouud and yollow flow- cramped and a corn on each, hardly a blossomed on Christmas day, which was ers on olive. Modern Eriscilla gives fur- decent foot even among tho women. A ners for yourself, but don't allude in a This is done every day at our store for those who know Jan. 0, old style. This thorn tree had ther hints on this subject, as follows: few young girls had not succeeded in personal way to ill brod positions of feet applo groon, deep bluo. green, spoiling thoirs, but they wore doing in n publio placo, or yon may get caught two trunks and grew to au immonso ilaize, Bizo. Many singular instances related coladon, pearl gray and jonquil yellow thoir best to attain that result Artists as I did. I had been listening to an inaro Tory satisfactory as tinting colors, find it almost impossiblo to secure even teresting essay on grace In ordinary life, of it obtained general credence, in sitting, standing, walking, etc,, aud Onco in Queen Elizabeth's timo a requiring no additional flux a natural foot as a model. Jonquil "yollow is an especially tain-abl- o Puritan, hopiug to root out tho super"Trilby" foot are rare, out of novolsl after it was finished a gontlumau asked And arc supplying themselves with the best values in Dry Goods, color, tho light tints resembling A dainty, woll kept, fascinating foot is to bo presented to mo whom I had long Carpets and Shoes ever offered to the people of Stanford stition attached to it, hewed down tho and vicinity. larger trunk, but when ho attacked tho tho ivory of tho Worcester waro, and captivating, nnd who can blatrto a wom- wished to meet Ho complimented tho speaker, owned tho truth of tho criti other ho was miraculously urovouted far moro satisfactory than ivory yollow an for being vain of such a possession?. from accomplishing his task. His ax In working and in firing. But if nature, aided by tho laws of cisms, ami as I happened to econ young Brown groen, with clipped, cutting his leg seriously, and a flux, heredity, has not given a small foot lady in front of us, with light foot around her chair, I said, "Just The cloth ftigurcs, brownies, toys, clilp How up and put out ono of his makes a beautiful olivofor yollow flow- with Andalusian instep and a spirited, cats, dogs, monkeys that wc arc eyes. Tho soverod truuk lay for years ers, and tho same with maize, in tho coquottish expression for feet oxpress look ahead of us at a striking instanco giving away with each purchase of $1 or more. Ask for one when d proportiou of each, makes fully as much as hands wo can at least of such bad habits." Ho lookod. His attached to tho earth by a mero frag.. soft olivo tint bordering on amber. forbear to deform such cot as havo beon faco fell. Ho said rathor sharply, "That UU k.i.r Ift'r-o ...s-f- l. W:i1 .!. ment of bark, yet it grew aud nourishuuy j. - nuiui, will tunc IJICrtSUrC III 5llOWing yOU tlirOUgll our Deop bluo green and applo groen in vouchsafed to us. Girls aro far moro is my daughter." Conversation natued. Even nftcr it was taken away aud thrown into a ditch it continued to equal parts mako a turquoiso bluo scusiblo now about footgear than in rally flagged, and ho soon excused him- stcck. blossom, whilo tho standing trunk, all which firos moro satisfactorily than tho my youth. Still further back many a self. I had unwittingly "put my foot cut aud mangled near tho roots, sproad turquoiso tliat comes already prepared charming bollo brought on consumption into Pity me. 8 Last of all, but most important, don't out its branches in a great circlo and in tubes. By using a larger proportion by going to dances withsilkon hoso aud of either color wo havo a turquoiso satin slippers, with no sort of oxtra pro- mako your foot carry you where yon bloomod luxuriantly. A long timo afterward tho second green or a turqnoiso bluo. tection, oven in going through suow to ought not to go, where you would bo Roso pink is a mixture of carmines, reach her carriago. My generation woro ashamed to bo soon by thoso you best truuk was cut down, but tho shoots from it woro said to bo growing in Nos. 1 and 2. Carnation No 1, Balmou inclined to woar boots and shoos a size lovo. Tho Biblo is considered old fashmany places, eaoh claiming to bo tho aud flux, in equal parts, makes a beautitoo 6hort, vainly imagining it reduced ioned aud mostly historical theso adGlastonbury thorn. It is on record that ful tint of shrimp pink. tho effect, whereas it but increased tho vanced days, but it is full of warning -: Tinting colors should bo well rubbod breadth, making the tortured foot look advico on this as on almost overy othor when tho chango of stylo was mado in 1 703 peoplo were greatly perplexed, won down with an equal quantity of tinting liko an overstaffed bran pincushion Bubject enacted to our Woll doing. I gi vo dering on what day tho Ulastoubury oil, taking n littlo turpeutiuo also on and creating bunions aud ingrowing but ono lino from Proverbs, "Ponder thorn would blossom. A great crowd tho palotto knife. nails. I know well that I labored to tho path of thy feet!" Having carefully outlined tho design squeezo a 4 foot into a 3 boot becauso collected on Dec. 25, N. S., aud findKate Sa.viiohn. ing no blossoms watchod tho treo until In water color and wiped tho china with a man whom I looked up to as a hero Wc expect to move the 1st of Jangary to the house occupied by Jan. I), tho old Christmas day, when it n soft rag, tho tint should bo applied as and demigod, as girls will, onco said TRUE AND FALSE EDUCATION. Mr. Mack Huffman and will make the effort of our lives to sell all smoothly as possiblo with tho brush, of my feet that they wero bo big ho supbloomed as usual. To allay tho excitethen lightly struck with a pad of cham- posed that when I wanted to enter a Hook I.rarnlnK la Often a Superficial Ad- - the goods we possibly can before tdat time. Relief to strained nnrL-- . ment tills cau?od tho old day was Tiuitacp A Couunon Krror. ois Bkin filled with cotton, but not mado door "I had to tako them off, unscrewet books will be our'motto. Wc will sell more goods for the same for awhile in many places Now All men nnd women who by uativo money now than was ever sold for the same hard, until overy portion has been ing them, and begin endways 1" Ho was York Journal. money in our city. Wc touched ami tho tint mado oven and weak on tho themo of tiny feot and only jnstico of mind or acquired freedom want to carry as few goods with us as possible and low prices is from prejudice havo been ablo to consmooth. This should lo continued until Eaid this in tho merest fun. But how ClirMimu Giecns For the Cliurclic. Tho most popular method for Christ- tho fiurfaco is lino grained and soft, liko my poor punished toes did acho and re- sider tho matter in tho abstract must mas chuich decoration just now is to kid, to tho eye. Tho tinting oil keeps it bel and pay mo back in full for my id- havo become convinced that tho tenden cy to judgo a person moroly by his col-- I havo a number of gothio designs in In a condition to bo woiked over quite iocy! looted treasnros of book learning is an wood, which can bu woiked but very a long time. If it dries too quickly, too Nowadays girls and women undereaily with evergreen learns and holly, littlo oil has been used; if not quickly stand that n half Bizo in oxtra length erroneous one, aud that tho idea of con- Wc shall offer. Wc want to sell every Cloak and every Overcoat wc producing au oxcf'lent effect. Theso enough, it contains too much oil. A lit- gives a stylish effect aud adds to com- necting tho term "oducation" solely have and will make pricer do it if possible. Our men's, boys', youths' frames have tho udvantago of lasting tlo experience will enable one to judgo fort. I offered a pair of pretty slipper?, with schools and colleges is falso. Educa-- I Cluthing shall be cut to suit your pocket. Novelty dress goods, broad from year to year. Who frames of dif- correctly. mado for evening wear, with tho fash- - tion in it.sboHtRonso means not tho cram-- ' cloths, Henriettas, figured and plain black Dress goods, ladies' cloths Portions of tho design that havo been ionablo French heol, to a schoolgirl ming in of a knowledgo of accomplislu. and everything in that line must go. ferent shapes and sios aro also ued to Men's underwear 20c to $1.25: some extent and piou very dosirablo accidentally coveted with tho tint may whoso foot was Binallor than miuo. But cd facts, but n drawing out and devel- ladies' vests boys' underwear 25c to Si; ladies' godolashocs bo removed with a soft rag folded two Bho said most sensibly: "Oh, I could oping of natural powers. A woman may because of tlni-lightlies, a largo or three times to i point. If tho not wear thosol My teacher at tho gym- - bo an oxcollent Greek scholar. Sho mny 51.25; our Frcnch;kid shoes i?2 to jS2 75; we offer the best man's boot cross, heart or anchor of wiro framo is quite dry, tho rag should bo uasium insists on my wearing a f al- - bo informed ns to tho succotsivo events ever offered at $1. 25 to Si. 50. Besides all these wc have a big line of going m places where a similar tiut articlo worked on wood could not bo moistened with a littlo alcohol, caro wnysl" Tho crazo for physical culture of history and scienco; sho may have goods for Christmas that we do not want to move. taken not to let it bo too wet, as tho aud athletics is a boon to tho so long had as thorough an education iu tho placed. The scarlet berried holly, tho Sleigh Lap Robes, Fur Rugs, ladies', misses' and children's Muffs, of tho word as sho is cadark green and shining leaved ivy, alcohol easily npreads. oppressed feet Look at tho shoes mad. technical Table Covers, Towels, Napkins and Dining Sets, Lace lied Sets' greon bloom pots of overgreen shrubs for running or for long tramps or climb- - pable of leceiving, yet sho may bo as Lace Curtains, Draperies, Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear aud tho red Virginian creeper havo all A ."Modern Invent lun. ing mountains! I think tho excessively narrow minded, as faulty in her mode thought as lacking in wisdom ns Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Fascinators, Gloves, samples of Carpets in boon utilized latterly for decorating tho Now Tenant Now look sharp thero broad solo is not a good innovation. Or.r of sho did and not know tho nlphabot In U." and "P. D." Corsets'and everything in the yard pieces, the churches. Inscriptions by means of holly when youhandlo tho feet are not shaped liko a dustpan or a if fact, iu tho broader seuso, sho has abso- you can get at borrios or in colored immortelles aro - tablo - dressing caso palm leaf fan, and tho poor littlo too, lutely no o lucatioii, becauso othor peralso made, the latter being preferred, combination, nml don't scratch scraping along all nlono, inunaccustom- - sons' thoughts havo beon forced Into hor because some of tho berries used at tho corners getting it into tho flat. od spaco, is apt to mako complaint. Wo Christmas aio poisonous, and children Express Driver I say, what a fraud caro much moro for tho exterior covering hoad instead of her own ideas being rec8pick them up when they fall to tho them flats arol Horo I'm moving a doz- than forwhat is protectod. Patent leath- ognized nnd encouraged to dovelop. Strength aud decision of character, ground. Very thin lines of dolicato en pieces of furnituro for what I chargo er is showy, "dressy," as thoy say, but Wcvwant to move as few goods as possible. With your help wc hope looking green are carried from sido to for a.singlo pianny. 'Taint fair, so it is sure to draw tho feot and will soon quick reasoning powers and keen obsor aro as desirable results of a courso to have very few to move. Come and sec for j oursclf. ration eido so as to intersect each other in 'taiut Detroit Freo Press. crack and look shabby, now woll I ro- - of training as a knowledgo of nnciert squares, and tho crossed trellis work member tho agony nnd mortification of history nnd tho differential calculus. thus formed is dotted with flowers. A MoilcU Itcqiu-st- . a distinguished elocutionist who onco Ono of tho commonest of errors, espeBrooklyn Citizen. Mrs. Quiverful (to .Mrs. Long's serv- dined with mo, having the seat of honcially among women, is that of assumor. I saw ho was suffering, but thought ant girl) What do you want? ing that education consists in tho heapThe Holly anil the Ivy. Servant Girl Mrs. Long sends her it courteous at first not to notico it. But From tho earliest times green boughs compliments and says would you bo so ho grew pale, and ovidently soiuothing ing up of pieces of information, nnd havo been associated as ono of tho out- kind as to count your children aud seo must bo done. I proposed ho should that a person who has not aii'unfniliug ward expressions of joy, and repeatedly if you haven't got ono too many, as our leavo tho table, andhoworkodawayand supply of facts nt his touguo's end is in tho Iiiblo do wo find allusions to Kitty hasn't como home, and school has tried to got off his brand now patent stupid, unrefined aud inferior. Moro thorn, notably in Nehcmiah, whoro wo been out two hours. leather shoes. His feot wero so swelled scholarship, although an advantage, is a superficial ono. Unaided it cannot read, "Go forth unto tho mount and ho had to call for assistance, and thon make a narrow mind broad nor au unIN STANFORD. fotoh olivo branches and pino brauche's, SpuiiUh Humor. ho plnnged tho feet into cold wnter and unfi myrtle branches, " to mako booths had them rubbed, aud at last in an old decided character decided. To institute Hero is a modern Spanish joko: We make this announcement that all may avail themselves of the by whichjto judgo tho it ns thereof, aud "thero was very groat pair of slippers, a milo too big for him, depth tho standard powor of ono's "Tho douco! I do feel bad." nnd moutnl friends gladness." Decorations may thus bo ho returned too lato to enjoy a good din"What's tho matter?" o is to mako a mistako for which a claimed as decidedly Scriptural in their "I nto a steak of horsoflesh, and it's ner. Ho endured liko a Spartau, but can sometimes not atone. origin. The popular evergreens aro going round and round in my iuside." had to bo obtained, no folt that ot- ISAiiEiXA Proctor. bay, laurel, holly and ivy, aud in "My doar fellow It must havo been iquetto domanded his remaining at his folkloro wo havo many and frequent a circus horso. ' ' London Daily Nows. post Old Mioes( bless 'em!) must always Of buying Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, &c, at LESS THAN For the Hair. allusions to all of these. Tho hellebore, bo worn when ono has to stand long or t Much advico is given nbout brushing COST. Everything that is not sold by that time will or Christmas rose, and tho Christmas Kagi'r to Chance. in travoling or wheuovor suoh an be boxed and thorn, which flowers about this season, Charlio Quoonvnys Can you cash would bo avoided. The feet tho hair. Tho best hairbrush is mado shipped to our other store. This is a chance of a life time to buy iu Florida. Got two along with laurestina and arbutus, are my check for mo? should bo bathed overy night iu warm, of palmotto wood freely used in English decoratious. A Dicky Doriglit My dear follow, all I not hot water, mado soft with a littlo of these small palmetto brushes, tako the best of goods at a mere shadow of a price, so don't delay but very quaint poom tolls of tho claims of havo is a check my sol f. borax, soda, pcarliuo or ammonia, aud ouo iu ench hand and rub your hair and come at once to the last great sale of tho ivy and holly for procodenco. PopCharlio Queorways All right; that thon rubbod with pumice stone on uiu scalp thoroughly eight or ten minutes every day, uot harshly, but just gently ular opinion places tho holly insido and will do. Brooklyn Lifo. heol to keop it smooth, occasionally givand l;tinkly. the ivy outsido a dwella. Selected. ing a general rub with some such sim FIRE I -:- - FIRE ! 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