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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894122101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. vr y Semi Weekly Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1894. WILUAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. vol. XXII. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. NO. 83 MATRIMONIIALMAnERS. ""Wo Mrs. Geo, llowrou and children aro aro requested by a number ot citizens of Liberty nnd vicinity to cull visiting Mrs. H.V mother, Mrs. A. J. the attention of tbo Fishing and Hunt Curd The tldo of tho river last week was itiK Club of Kentucky, and also tbo saw too small to bring many logs. Tie rise mill men In particular, to tbo great to tbo tinny tribo in running, was only about G feet. Mr. and Mrs. Colo, of Virginia, havo Btw oust in our fishing streams, espi'cial ly those tbo slzi of Green river. There come to spend tho winter with their ought to bit special legislation on this noii-i- n law, Mr. II. 0. King. There will bo services at tho Consubject, not only (or tl.o eako of tho fish-cs, but also for tbo sake of people's stock i gregational church Xmas day. Hov. BaTliero are already laws enough to pre ker, of the M. E church, will deliver the i At present arc at the Store cf chard correspondent says, h December that is as pleasant ns May, and we are expecting to havo a merry Christmae. Our distinguished friend, Dr. J. M. Clark, is looking gnirn and wo do not know what is the matter, unless ho is vent our streams from being ho polluted sermon. troubled because all of bis neighbors arc Mrs. Parker, mother of Dr. W. II. well and hearty. if properly enforced. Attention la culled And the biggest line ever brought to town can be found there. Beho band boys will give an oyster to tlio following flection of Kentucky Parker, has gono to Somerset to spend sides every imaginable kind of a Toy, Dolls and the like, the line of some months. Mr. E N Engram, of and ice cream supper ot tho Albright and poor, Monday. Statutes: Hall next Thursday, 27ch. They havo Section 1250, Kentucky Statutes: Tola Pinevlllo, is hero visiting his parontn. Toomy and Mrs. Lizzio fine Thomas onlng or dynamiting fish stream, pond or Tbo Christian Kndeavor Society of been kind to us in furnishing music, Ac. Southworth, of Scott, wero married Wedpool. If any person put or cause to put, the Christian church gave an open ses- I hope the people will show their appre nesday. This wa? the seventh marriage in any stream, dnm, pool or pond any sion Sunday ovonlug, at which a very ciation of their kindness by liberally pa- of the bride and the second of the groom. liquid, berries, Kwders, imdicino or entertaining program was rendered and tronizing them. There ib a Spanish proverb that "on other thirty, or explode, or cause to bo a largo crowd attended. The Sunday school entertainment Tuesday ono should neither travel nor Is the most complete in town and their prices arc lower than exploded, dynamite or other mibstanro, Last Sunday afternoon Mr. W. H. will come oil' at the Christian church marry," and this superstition is bo inThe year just closing has been a profitable one to them and whereby llsb, great or small, are or may Deuham and Mrs. Jano Bird met with on tho night of the 21th Inst, and prom- grained that in Madrid there are never o any weddings on Tuesdays and the trains be sickened, intoxicated or killed, nr the an accident near tho cemetery. The ises to bo a success. Wo hopo our they arc willing to give you a portion of their profits in your supply will patronize both churches and do are almost empty. water rendered unlit for use, or stench cart in which they wore riding was turnof Christmas Goods. For Mrs. Blackwood, the Indiana wobo produced, ho shall bo fined not less ed over and both thrown out, but fortu- all they can to draw all together in than I0 no more than J ICO, and impris- nately neither was hurt. Th horso ran Christian love, for that is the character- man, whose matrimonial versatility has oned in tbo county jtil, not less than 30 away and completely wrecked tbo cart. istic that we are most deficient in in our been a subject of public comment from to arn. time to time, is about to marry her 12th days or more than six mouths, in the Wo have been having some fires They beat the world. Mr. G. M. Berry, who is traveling husband. She lives in Marshall county discretion of the jury, for each offense. Mr. John Sutton's house was by those who fonnd on fire, last wepk, but was extin- for Lotiis Stlx it Co ,of Cincinnati, was in that State, and in a matrimonial stato fact It is a have bad experience or chances for ob. guished without much damage, p.i was with us this week. Misses Pearl and that breaks tho record. Six of her hus nervation on the subject, that when our also Mr. Charles Martin's. Mrs. J. L Alma Newland have returned home af bands have been divorced, four died aLd streams are low in summer time, Hint MrCarty'a large framn residence, near ter spending a week or ten days with oue was killed. A peculiar divorce suit has been enoak saw dust in particular turns tho wa-t- th depot was entirely destroyed last their uncle, Leo It. Houk, at Maretburg. is under their management, is headquarters for the traveling black for miles below where it runs Wednesday night just after midnight. Mr. Perry Hiatt was in town Monday, tered at Mr. Olivet, Robertson county Which Mrs. E Ina Woodward wants to be legally public and is one of the best hotels in the State. iu, and that no tish on lm Been wIito Most of her furniture wss destroyed, but looking as well as ever. Our public school closed Friday and Boparated from Thomas Woodward' tho water is so colored nod polluted. It sho was very well insured, having f 1.5CD wo can say for our teachers, Mrs. MHttio whom she married just for fun. She either runs them above or below to puro n tho Itoyal. Carter and J. F. Watson, that they have found it wasn't so funny and left him water, or, if the stream is too low for Miss Mary McCollough has gone to them to net to good water, it must neces- Iowa to visit her parents. Mr. James taught a good rchool ond have given shortly afrer the elopement last June. sarily kill them. The writer has had Iowallin left for Oklahoma a few days general salleftctiou. Tho children will Woodward waa to elope with an elder abundant evidence to prove to his own niro, whero ho will make his future get to rest until Jan. 1, when Prof. J. F. sister of the girl, who is but 18, but back. satisfaction that even where the water homo. Miss Haddock, of the Academy, Watson will open a winter term at the od out just in time for Miss Edna to take u Academy building with Mies M. B. is Hush enough to prevent it from being was In Bcea last Sunday. Walker her place. She and her sister were the assistant. lodged iu a bole, colored, and saw dust is same size and Woodward in his excitewas in Louisville lat week and also As wo announced once before, we ment and haste did not discover the mis the fish will not stay there. .For six months we have tried visited his sister, Mrs. John II. Stewart, As low as Green river was this rear, if at Tunnel Hill. Miss M. M. Tutt is vis- wish to repeat aud say that wo will have take. They reached a Gretna Green be- saw dust had been run into it, tho water iting relatives at Mound City, III. Mr. a Christmas tree at tho Baptist church f ire daylight and were married in the would have been ruined for stock anil Mrs. W. K. DoLany have gono to on the uUht of Dec. 23. The opening darkness. Oa his way back, tho groom and aggrieved parties could havo spend the holidays with Mrs. DoLany's exercises will begin at 0:30 and as wo wide tho discovery, but he raised no rack have a groat many poor children in our et, satisfied that "one of the name was as And find it a success, and every one realizes the advantages and sued for damages without any .Statute on parents at Irnnton, 0. bunday school, we wish to rt member good as the same." Miss Edna soon tireconomy of a strictly Cash System. subject. the Col. Adams has the promise of tbo A Good Democrat Pays up to Jan. 15, 1897. them all and do all we can to make their ed of her bargain, but having made her (To the KdilorofThe Interior Journal. little hearts happy, and as it takes mon- bed hard she should be made to lay on government furnishing a certain amount Guilford, Mo., Dec. 15. Enclosed find ey to buy presents for them, wo have it, aud be given no relief by the courts. proot choice fish to stock our stream vided assurance la given that they will five dollars for which jou will please concluded to charge 10c admission to all Before this item is read by many of Live more economical, buy goods cheaper, pay who of our patrons, Mr. James II. Yesger and be protected by our laws aud strictly en- continue my piper, tho Intbkiok Jour- outside of tho Sunday-school, nal, to the latter end of the V. Then if course will not bo expected to pay. 1 Miss Annio Lee Hale, will have been forced. Your account as you go, are not annoyed with Those comtomplating polluting our you hear nothing from me, still continue will say to the public that every cent of mado huband and wife. They drove A collector and do not dread to see January 1st. and upon tho honor of a democrat that the money shall be donated to the inter down to Junction City a'.rcam with saw dust this season bad yesterday and and we hope took tho train for Louisville, where Dr. WHILE batter ptuso and examine into matters still believes that democracy Is not dead, est of tho Sunday-schoI will respond with that all factions will do all they can to W. N. Craig had everything iu readiness before doing so, as many ot our citizens but only slecpeth, mako the occasion n pleasant one. aro inclined to mako movements to have my dues. for the transformation of the twain into I see that old Lincoln went almost to the streams and fish protected. one flesh. They will remain in LouisItKDOCKD KATK8 TO ClIICAO.0. The Motbo dogs in ovemuer along witu poor ville several days and then return to S:t the prices, sell cheaper than the cheapest, old Missouri. I was very sorry to hear non Route will sell excursion tickets Stanford and board at Ain't no use to sit an' weep the St. Asaph Ho'Cos pants is full o' patches; save you money and carry a full line of my old friend, J. W. Givena' defeat, from Louisville to Chicago and return at of tel. This is the culmination of a long Firecrackers mighty cheap-- All for Jim would have made a good, safe $10.03, also to all local points on its line we need is matches! nnd happy love affair and everybody who Fancy and Staple Groceries, Hardware, and au honest county judge. However, I and points on the Big Four, B. &J0. W knowB (.Atlanta Constitution. the pair will join us in the hope Vulcan Plows; Tinware, presume you havo a good set of county , I. D. A W., Vandalia, Wabash nnd When bo looked at her slim underpin- otlicers for there are some good republi T. St. L.&K', 0., at one and one third that their future life will be as bright as Majestic Ranges, Arizona Stoves, their past lives have been since Cupid ning fares on Dec. 24, 25, 31 and Jany. 1st, touched their Heating Stoves. went to work with n will cans, but very few. Salt, Lime, Cement. Santa Claus hearts. Mr. Yeager is of I will say tuts in regard to our corn good returning until and including Jany. For he saw from the very beginning the well known livery firm of Y'eager A Her stocking she never could fill. KaTExamine our crop, I have been in Missouri for 31 years 2nd. Also to all points as specified Yeager, and is a most excellent young Times. and the yield for '01 is tbo lightest that I above, they will sell to Btudents with man and a good business one. His bride have ever seen, ranging from 15 to 40 letter of identification from tho Presi- is The old man thinks of Christmas now a daughter of Mrs. Woody Hale, and bushels per aero. The democrats caused dent or Principal of their College or Tlie jug is on the shelf; is a pretty and petite brunette, winsome He fills tho children's stockings full, tickets with return limit of Jany. it I guess, as they tire accused of every i i manners and lovely in disposition. And then gets full hiuiBelf. other calamity that has come upou us iu 11th, 1SD5. Passengers are received by May they never know a sorrow and nevThat Adam Christmas loved with cuue, the last two years, even with the result this lineal tho Union Station, 10th & er have a care. of tho late election; this I believe they Broadway and delivered at tho Dearborn W can not but believe; For while he hud no Santa Claus, are guilty of. Yours Respectfully, Station, the one situated nearest the cenMT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. He lins his Christmss live. tral portion of Chicago. Excursion tick-et- s 0. D. Hockei;, Tilman Gilpin has sold his patent will be honored on either tho Day The future has a golden tinge, drill to London parties. OF A LOU M. NATURE. Exprehs leaving LouUvillo at 7:10 a. m. The past, too, may seom pleasant; It is rumored that Livingston will But just about the Christmss tide or the elegant Pullman Limited, leaving .X. Judge Barr yesterday entered a deThere's nothing like tho present. likely be made u terminal of the K. D. cree ordering the sale of the land of tho Louisville 8:11 i. m. For fuller infor- division. Ai'1'i.K cider.and persimmon beer, American Association, Limited, in Ken mation, call at Motion Ofiice, N. W. CorMr. Neal Parrelt has begun the erecChristinas conies but once a year. tucky, Tennessee uud Virginia, to satisfy ner Fourth A Market Streets, or address, tion of an dwelling in Williams the mortgage of f 1,503,000 held by tho E. II. Il.icon, District Passeuger Agcut, & Co.'s addition. The tjueen & Crescent announces a Central Trust Company, of Now York. Louisville, Ky. The band boys' entertainment ut the special rate of n faro and a third for the The decree covers thousands of acres of Holiday rates on the Q. A 0. this year court house takes place ou the night of round trip from Cincinnati and from till valuable mineral nnd timber land h round uro made at a fare and a third the round 12.M instead oflMth. stations in Kentucky, account Lexington, Middlesboro nnd Cumberland Gap. trip. Tickets on sale Dec. 22nd to 15, fuose cars which carried 9,000 box-0Ky., Midwinter Fair and Imposition, Jacob I'll ip pa for the murder of Jas. and Dee. 29th to January 1st, inclusive. of orauges each into Cincinnati a short December the 19th to January Sth. It Tuggle, nine years ago, was acquitted at Good uutil January 3rd, for return. time since must have had enormous cawill undoubtedly bu the greatest uxhibi Barboumlle. Tliu case has been called Oiias, W. Zbll, D. P. A., Cincinnati, 0. pacities, as that number of boxes would tion ever held iu Kentucky. Tickets ou many times aud mistned several Unite. wi'iirh uearlv 700.000 nnnnils. ealo via the Q k 0. every day during Tiik L. A N. It. It. will sell round trip Two of those named in the indictment -- George McCoy has moved into his Is the man to buy your Christ Trix from. Everything from a Cheap Fair, good until January 9th to return. are already under sentence. Five others tickets at 1 J fares to any point ou this now residence on Williams Avenue, Toy I). P. A., Cincinnati, 0. to an Expensive Present can be found in his stock. Big lot of Ohab. W. Zi.l, aystem Dec. 22d to 25th inclusive and are yet to bo tried. l'rof. Pierce, of Louisville, is here lookFrauk Itoark shot aud dangerously Dec. 29th to Jau. 1st inclusive, good re- ing after Bchool matters. Judge McClure Wisconsin Central Lines. Chicago to St. Pau wounded Henry Wheat in a saloon at turning uutil Jau. 3d. All tickets good and wife uro in Louisville. Train DisThrough lino from going only on day of Bale. J. S. Itice, patcher Spink was with us Wednesday. nnd Minneapolis, making close connec- Piueville. Tho trouble caiuo up over agent. Lou l'artin, n woman of the town. The Miss Lucille Joplin is visiting friends at &c. And tion (no transfer) with lines running to Old Santa Clans needn't bo stuck up Dig Stone Gap, Va. all points iu Minnesota, North aud South wounded man was shot three times Any nice girl cau till a stocking betttr Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Cali- with a 3S caliber pistol. Col. Nat Gaitber, of Harrodsburg, than he. A fallen woman, she, difornia, and Pacific Coast points. Tho A Louisville woman pave birth to How came it thus to be ? all points in Eastern, Middle, died of cancer ot the tongue Wednesday triplets this week. rect line to Iu every lino aud feature 5(Jth year. He was secretary of fcjho is divinely fair; Northern and Western Wisconsin, Ash- iu his In Bnlk or in Cans and put up especially for the Christmas trade. Spoclmon Caaoa. A banana on tlie street land, Duluth and all Lake Superior fctite under McGoflin, whose daughter S. II. Clifford, New Ca$el, Wis., wat troubled Call in and see my stock. Up Hew her little feet Neuralgia aud Rheumatism; points. Double dally through train ser- bo married, and served one or two terms with disordered, his liver was atfected his anstomache alarm-into was pensive creature Aud that sweet aud R. ZIMMER. s equipment. For full in the Legislature. degree, appetite fell away and he was terribly vice with Was lying prostrate there. Tho remaiiiB of W. L. Barbee, who reduced in flesh aud strength, Thrco bottles 01 address any ticket sgont iu particulars Klectiic Hitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Thk L. & N. Ii. It. will sell round-tritho United States or J. C. Pond, general died iu Denver Monday, were brougt to running sore on his IlarrisburfT, Illm standleg of eight years' Danville fur interment. tickets to Galveston, Texas, on the 220, ing. Used three bottles of Klectric Hitters paesenger ngent, Milwaukee, Wis. boxes of Ilucklcn's Arnica Salve and hd 23d and 24th of December, good returnThe Junction City Presbyterian and Catawbis The Queen & Crescent Kouta always church will give a musical entertain- leg is sound large well' John Speaker,leg; doctor ing II days from date of sale, on account fever sores on his had five O., Educational Association said he was incurable. Oue bottle ot Electric of Southern public requirements. For ment next Monday night. Of Every Description. meetfl the ric Hitters and one box lluckten's Arnica Salve Rate f 2J 15 for tho round trip. J. S. Kice, holidays tills year they are the first to entirely. Sold by A. R.) Penny, drugcured him agent. gist. announce low rates to all Q. & 0. points, The woman with bony shoulders usA tfousohold Treasuro. nnd to certaiu territory ou connecting D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N, Y., says that ually guds tho affliction more than she agents for particulars. lines. Ask When B.iliy waa stole, wj bov her Costori. he always keeys Ur, King's New Discovery tn the can baie. uoutt. aud his family would not be without it. If When glia was a Child, sho cried for CastorU. procurable. U. A. Dykeman Druggist, Cuukill, For rheumatism I have found nothing equal to Bucklln'B Arnica. Salvo. Children's School N. Y says that Dr. King's New Discovery is Chamberlain', l'ain Halm. It tcleiei tlie pain at Men's Fine Shoes in Machine and Hand Sewed. When sho became Miss, she clung to CastoriA. The best valve in the woiM for cut, bruiiea, undoubtedly the ben C'ougu remedy; that he has loon at applied. J. W. Young, Writ Liberty. chaptoret, ulceri. alt rheum, fer torei, letter, Ladies fine Kid Goods in welts and turns. When she had Children, she g ve them Cartoria. Shoes. used it in his tamily for eight yea. and It has W. Va. Ihepompt relief il afford, it alone ped handi, rfiilblaini, corni and all ikln eruptiom. Why worth mauT times the cost jo ceott. Itt continI eve. failed to do all that is claimed for it. It potinvely cure piles, or no pay repuired. It It Mr. A. E. Albright has now got his goods up and is doing a fine business, Mr. J. W. Tato has now one of tho most lovely dwellings in thin town finished up and ho offers It for Bale. Wo are still having, as our Crab Or- 1 J. L. Philips and Miss Stella Adams wero made as one at Louis Brady's on tho 19th. Ho is 22 and she 18. John Canady and Miss Nora Walk- . ,1I. .l r , tn vs iu ui nnmuu II ...Il iiincn iu T'!.. take tho train for a Gretna Green, Owsley Stephenson, 29, and Miss Stella Itambo, 17, wero married In the Maywood neighborhood, Wednesday. South Carolina is the only State in the Uuion that refuees to dissolve the marital relation for any cause whatever. MIbj Florence Wicks, daughter of Millionaire Wicks, of the Pullman Car 0 impany, married a young man, aged 20 i 1 . Santa Claus' HEADQUARTERS I Farris & Hardin any-body- CMnaware, Glassware, Onyx Tables, Lamps, Water Sets, s'. peo-pl- CANDIES, NUTS AND FRUITS well-know- n er The St. Asaph Hotel WILL IT WORK ? THE CASH SYSTEM, Mo-so- n Wat-bo- pur-pose- s, ol - S.-- Prices.1 W. H. WEAKEN & CO. Sem-nar- y, Presents For and BU. A Big Display Low- er than Any One. ) R. ZIMM Ere JT'lJXCy.Wm'Vlfivllrw! t29 Candies, Nuts, Fruits, m U JIOJL JLJJLV of first-clas- . FOOT "WEAR m m Kip, Calf and Rubber Boots H. J. McROBERTS. m m iiuaraiitecd to tfive perfect tatmaction or money refunded. Price j cents per box. For a'e by A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. not try a r.niedy so long tried and tested, Tria bottle tree at A. R. Penny's Drug Store. Regu tar size joc.and si.oo. ued use will effect a permanent enre. Kor talc bv Vr. S. Hocier, drusKi't, Stanford. t. mmmmmmrmmmmmimmmimmBm i'--rtawr,. M'mmttu'--1- -- iftmifii. liiitf'i i " vyvsi; i'V.ii i A.14. VbtWWSV w . ' Ti- - Dnnrvro two utK8 brick 0Dfi F.uoiigli TruitMo to Iteglu On. a tbifie Mixed. IO 1 Uli- - JUUlilO In Mtanlorrf, for ale general privileges which accompany or rent Ihey are mi M.ln tfirt, in the. priticlprl Tho light nnd joy of n pleasant DoMrs M.J MIl.LKU.Ktinlom. 'block ?j membership tho cooporativo principle I'lnnnclal troit homo is n boy of bright A Traveler Tells of HisSlruiiKcr. Trnni. is mado uso of in securing various adaction With n The ,arRO "REN'! ocrunled hv Store. Kontn USEFUL CLUD FOR THOSE WHO ditional advantages nt redurod rata faco nud happy temperament. A day or Wfllllrn W. "Thoro was a smooth chap on tho 'L' so ngo a gontloman visiting tho family Witbtri. h 1 aiaoo fet. l'cMilon Jati I, 1805 Classes in dressmaking, millinery, EARN THEIR OWN LIVING. train," said the man in tho mackintosh, Appirtna r bists, aunioru, ky. engaged cooking and other useful ac- nnd ono tho little tot iu conversation, "that tried to work n llimtlnm game on of tho numerous questions ho mo whilo I wns on my way down town The Parent of Jinny Working Girl' So- complishments nrothus formed, each wns called npon to answer wns: I this morning, ilu wanted to know if 1 Self Oovcrnmrnt pupil paying hcrehnroof tho exact cost, cieties "Aro you married?'' nnd summer boarding places nro estabhnd change for a $10 goldpleco." At my Here you will find one ot ho finest nnd Sclf .Support Tliclr Fumlainciitul lished whero mombcrs may enjoy n ho "Yes," replied tho gentleman, nnd "That wns a queer break for n docks of Milllniry and Kmbroldcry Material ever ndded playfully, "Aro yon?" Principle. country holiday nt tho lowest possiblo brought to Stanford. Ihavc paid cath fir goods man to make," interrupted the "No, " prica A mutual benefit fund has been I'vo beencamo tho quick response, "but man iu tho slouch lint. and atll Ihtin lor caih, 10 low that you will t Tho whirligig of tiuio introduces no vaccinated" Detroit Free forcrd to buy tinm roc. An examination will con"Hodfdn't know yon," said tho man moro rainarksiblo transformations Hum organized by tho Now York association Press. vince yot. and you aie Invited to make it ns a provision against tho expenses of "oninnci-patiowith his feot on tho tablo. "Under tho means so much more than that wrought by the 60 cnlloii MKH. A, A McKtNNltt: circumstances tho mistnko was natof women." Clinrlcs Kingsloy'H illness or death nnd an employment buWrong. you imagine serious and reau founded for tho pnrposo of obtainural." idea that "men must work nnd women fatal diseases result from must weep" is out of data Women in ing positions for thoso who nro out of "I told him I had," calmly resumed work, successful applicants being retho man in the mackintosh, knocking Now York tiro doing ns much weeping trifling ailments neglected. 1 I dfiire to call your attention to Ihc fact that I tho nshes off tho end of his cigar. "HA am ready totcve you In l)i as over, but they nro doing nnnmountof quired to pay n sninll fea r Uon t play with Nature s Maliir in any and all aulen, I laV tho tuit f.ihlon Jvuruts Although tho societies deal necessarily handed mu a coin, nud I gavo him $10 work that, whilo most honorablo and and kerd potted en what lidlcs thouM wear. in small bills. Then I looked at tho r greatest gift health. praiseworthy in itsolf, is disgraceful to with practical affair?, their intellectual I'rltis renonahlo Coma in and give a tnrl. I emp'ov none butfint clataheln and social aims aro kept continually in goldpieco. 'Hold oul' I said. 'You've tho civilization that requires it. This IfynuarefeellnR MISS.MAKVI) .SMITH, Kttprctlully, out ot lortvwcaW nindo a mistake. Tills is a twonty.' 'I wonderful transformation of economic view. As membership is not strictly .. ori Stanford, Ky, ami generally ex- limited to working girls, it often indidn't mean to give you that,' ho said. conditions is in n measure responsible Ji mvJMh'h l.9, ..IVtll have no appetite J 'I carry that for a pocket piece. An old for tho Working Girls' clnb, founded cluded a numbor of women moro fortu. w m w mjMF t nnnt gavo it to mo whon I was n boy, A by Miss Qraco II. Dodgo. It is for work- - nately situated in n worldly souse, but I.ntUcH. IicrIii at oncctnk- tho proportion is so small that it does liK tliemosttelia- before tho wnr, and I've had it owr Mlt Mooir will arrWf October lit, with every, me iireucincniMK not nffect tho distinctive character of since. Let me have it again, nnd I'll medicine, which is thine that U new and nvbby in the way of tho geuoral body. In sonio of tho clubs give you a ten. ' And I handed it back Hrown's Iron At, I IfnfT2 A few botono night of every week is devoted to a to him." tle cure benefit yv i j " Von handed it back I" exclaimed tho dobato on n question of social economy comes from Hie i'leaie call and examine my tlock befuro buy very tint iloie Ink Myptcci shall bu the lowei'. IhanVine or a current topio of public interest. A man behind tho green goggles faintly. avn't Jfiii'N teur )uii inr pan lavura. nap'Cliuui chairman prosifies, nnd tho discussion Iftlk, and It's "If that'H truo, I'm ready to diol" KATL 1)1. IJDKRAU, Matiaccr. pleaunt to take. is open to nil. Tho fact that education "Then ho gave mo another coin. I can only dovelop, not originate, is borno Now Womnn (defiantly) I should saw it was n live, nnd I began to catch JAMKS VKAdKK. THOMAS VrAOER in with especial forco on tho mind of a liko to sco n man kiss mo! on. I told him ho could either give mo V EAGER He YICACER, listener nt ono of theso debates. Tho Old Man I daresay you would, but another flvor or half tho amount I had Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver speaking is roady nnd to tho point, nnd you oughtn't to admit it. given him iu small bills. Ho felt in his Neuralgia, Troubles, AND LIVEftT, STADLE, thero nro manifestly ns ninny clear pockets nnd began fishing out coins. I Constipation, Bad Wood Ther Train Itolibrr on Society Afniincrft. heads, quick brains and fluent tongues was watching him all thotiino. 'Well,' Malaria, Special Hates to Commeiclal Men. Nervous ailments among working girls as nmong women Tho train robber sat in tho parlor enr ho said at last, 'I don't seem to have any Women's complaints. who havo hnd wider opportunities and disguised in a clean collar. hard money of tho right denomination. STANFORD, fe.Y. prftata.l a.I ! f?al nnlv till " ""- groater loisuro for solf cultivation. A young lndy from Mine. Bruyero's I'll havo to tako tho coin back. Hold lines on the wrapper. All others are sub It You need livrrv rlv. us a call. Nnibim i.ni Sociables nro occasionally givon, to school mistook him for Professor on, though. If you'd just ns lief keep stitutes. On recehit of two ?c, stamps we first- data luinoula will leave our ttabla. Sec ua will send set of Ten Oeautllul World's which mombcrs may invito thoir brothlor rates. In our an instructor of tho Oolsarteau thnt, I'll glvo you tho rest in bills. Fair Views and book free. ers nnd friends, nnd n uuniber of socie system. Two, four, six, eight, ten. That won't BROWM CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, M0. HARNESS SHOP ties havo a Christmas trco overy year A COOKISO CLASS. "Oh, professor, I am so glnd to see da These are all twos. Havo yon got a AwAvAvAwS. You Will find a good attnrtment of Ilatneas, ing women in tho literal senso of tho for poor children. A great deal of you," shosaid, sitting down besido him. ono?' I said I hnd. 'Well, let mo havo MOillt,,Vc Havo tour repalnuc dan by work is dono for tho "I havo wanted to tnlk with you so it in place of ono of theso two, ' ho our man he understands hit business. term, womon who earn their own livh...'. PUBLIC SALE OF Line. bulc in our long." ing aud perhaps that of their families bouofit of persons ontsido tho membersaid. 'Thanks. Hero you are two, Tho trniu robber wn3 now doubly glad four, five.' 'Not quite,' I remarked. by tho labor of tho hands rather than of ship. Clothing is mado nud sent to tho ! BLACKSMITH SHOP. tho head, nnd, recoiving wages in ac- needy, holp given to destituto fnmilies, that his collar was clean nnd his 'It'll tako n dollar more.' 'Wull,' said Will guarantee Atst class work and tatltfactory he, 'give mo tho $3 goldpicce, nud I'll was completa 1 iv our hrt thcxr. cordance with tho generally ncceptcd and certain clnbs havo instituted loan price Agents lor Oeennc Machines, the lightest draft baskets, which aro supplied with necesrato of payment for manual toil, aro "Professor," continued tho yonng givo you two twos. I'd liko to keep tho We will tell to the highlit ai.d W! bidder at machine, on earth, nur plaie t rr.lle tiom 'I ult.ciivillc on the McKln-- . to afford thoso luxuries which aro sary articles nnd sent to thoso sick per- lndy, "I want yon to toll mo how to ono.' So then I" "Hold on, now," broke in tho man .cy. Kocb Llik At aUCurmaikt pike, uu to their moro fortunato sisters tho ne- sons who would othcrwiso bo without shino in good society. " " Well, " said tho train robber, bound with tho white spot in his mustache. cessities of lifo books, pictures, mu- requisite comforts. Dec. 29, 1894. . or , Thero nro insido organizations for to keep up tho disguiso, "you must s "Let'H got this straight. You had tho sic and similar pleasures. Tho purposo Our Farm of SIX I Y ACBKS. on which there it girls too young for regular membership goldpieco all this time und" appear pufilcly nt ease. Soo?" of this first club and of its numerous $20 a Kod dvc'lmg aid all nrccaiary eulbulldln(t, the "No, 1 hadn't I" outgrowths is best expressed by a defi- nud for members who havo mnrricd, "Yes, professor." it in a coed reichboihud ai d c nvetneiil 10 but do not wish to loso touch with thoir hnd given that back nud got his cbaichiaand tchool. o acret already in wheat "Ho nition given in ono of tho printed doc"When you enter n room, set down The underlined aiockholi'crs hetcby assoclata and ba'ance In cultivation Good 10 aciet in uments issued by tho Now York Asso- former circlo. In many clubs a branch on tho corner of tho piano nn sorter bills again, "said tho man with tho jourg crchaid and abundance of water thcirMlvca together In order to for.i a corporation of tho. penny provident fund ha9 been whirl tho pinno stool roun grncofully wnrt on his nose. "That'H as straight ' Wnl alto II 11 work Mult ju Southdown e wet pursuant to Chapter 171 ol the General Malutcs of ciation of Working Girls' Societies. "A a Kentucky. niaiet, a loi and pit 3 n working girls' society is an organiza- established to reccivo individual deposwith your foot, jest to show 'em that as n string. Can't you understand it? coodilk cowt, jjmk dunnlementa contutlnjr ofand 1 heir corf oration shall possess all the powett lot o( larn lei; plowt, hjttvwi, Kc. its. Tho Now York association, which you don't foel ombarrassed by good fur- Ho was then just $ nhead. Go on. " enumerated in Chapter 171 ol the Crneial Stattion formed among busy girls and womuni, - un lata, H aiance in i ami t ute el Kentucky. An Act far the oration aad "No, I wasn't. You havou't got it )eart,tjual pajn.ertli. On pcrtunalty, 6 month't regulalicn of private corporations en to socuro by moans of is tho parent of all the others, has nn niture. Seo?" lecame a lave auxiliary society, tho purposo of which quite" belf improvement, opportunities for "Yoa, professor, but" lime without interest Necotiald notet, payable Apili j. In Karmert Hank .V Tinn Co AI.TU'... 1. "Yes, you were Yon hadn't givon "Yon must nover show that yon'ro intercourse and tho dovolopmont of is tho promotion and nssistnuco of now II O & J I. OOOIIK. The name of the corporation aha!! be the Mc higher and nobler aims. It is governed clubs and tho accomplishment of other embarrassed. Ilnvo n big applo in your him back tho five, you kuow. Anybody McKinncy, Ky- Klnocy Canning Company and us principal place Sotd el business shall the town ol McKinney, counby tho members for tho members nnd practical plans for tho general good. It dress pocket, an when you begin to feol can" ty ol Lincoln, Stat ol Kentucky. you sco" nwkwnrd nn gnwkyliko tako it out nu to bo self supporting." "But enn't strives AUTICLK j. go to entin it." Tho practical unturo of tho undertak "It's as plain ns tho nose on n man's Tim general nature of lb business to I trans, art nt by this corporation shall be th canning and faco," observed tho man with tho brin-dl"Why, professor!" ing wns at ouco so evident that within Dietcrvwg ! fiuila and vegetables, the purchase whiskers. Of Lincoln County. a year of tho organization of tho first "Ask 'cm to tako down tho pictures "Ho had $14 of your thereof and ol any other business and tothe aame. from tho wall so thnt you can get a money nud wns trying to got tho other club tho Now York Association of Work&L ns- 'jw ARTICLE. ing Girls' Sociotios wns formod, 11 bettor viow of 'cm. Then tako 'em nn $0" 1h New The authorized capital stock ol this cerporat on "How do you know ho hnd $6 more?" rub your hands on 'cm nn toll 'em they're clubs joining ns mombcrs. Tho associaWP&Zki shall be l'ive Thousand Dollars dlvleed Into no such pictures as your mothor used to "Didn't ho say ho had chnngo for tion had iu its membership nt tho but company Mill, shires of Mlty Dollars each,much asthis per sent. may begin business when as ja have. This'll show 'em that you'ro up $20?" nnd for soveral years clubs in of tne capital stock is subscribed, and no stock, to Euuff an uuderstnn art from tho word Brooklyn, Massachusetts, Connecticut "Didn't ho givo tho follow $10 of it shall be issued at lets than Its lac value and ca Lancaster, Ky., cepi for inaney actually paid In foe property at lis and wasn't" ga Seo?" and Philadelphia. Each of theso places tnaikct value actually Ibe "hO. Ho Still had tho $5 goldpieco, ' now In full opciation. and invite Iht attention authorised prrx;aes ol receised and appliedferin ser "Why, professor" has now nu Association of Working th corporation or vices rendered and fur labor dene and accepted at thoro's a big crowd in tho parlor and tho other follow wns giving him ,cl Girls' Sociotieaof its own, which shows "If supeiloi weikninh.p snd low prtcct. rfole Itsmarkc. value. when they git up to go homo, don't try back his bills. Ho was .... nhead nnd how rapidly tho clubs havo multiplied. Subsciiptioni lor strck shall l paid as fellows: to crowd out. Ask 'era to open tho win- wns slowly but surely swiping nil tho $opercri to be paid on or before Jan, 1, iH ., Tho rules of government of each club OUR per cent, er Ire balance to be paid on or before nro coutainod in a constitution and bydows an toll 'oin you'd jest as soon rest of it It's perfectly plnin. Let him April t, itoj. I'crfectl) clear poplar or yellnw pine floorin- at All lain 11 6liow ns in moro specifically sooial your go nhead with tho story." laws, paid fcr jump out there. Tins Jijo irr htiCMt' ondtiuand. subscriptions fer stock to Jipeilunuitd As low boarding at "You havo got mo all mixed up," I'eifrclly clear ysllcw rotlai weatrer thoughtful carefulness for tho fcollu's clubs. That tho letter of tho law diffora ART!CLK$. A li w at Ji joper i to per said tho man iu tho mackintosh, perplox-ed- . Allpatteir-ain-hund.ed. of others nud your desiro to bo need not bo ndded when it is undertblcknifeiol Ceilins In ellcw Namrs ol residences, number ef shares and at Seo?" stood that workiug girls' societies nro "I'll begin again. Ho wanted to r ine, pcpl". chestnut and ash, at low low Si aj per atnoun s subscribed by stockholders; aa K I.. McKlnof y, Ky....,.i Shaiei Right hero tho young lady fainted, know if I hud chnngo for a $10 gold- - hundred. Ixuble dreised lumberfinishing as rer K. M. Tanner, established with an oyo to material as lumbsr, Ilrautiful ellw pine Waie, but dud. IN THE CI,Un LIBRARY. a. ...... O nnd during tho excitement which this piece. I told him I had. Ho handed mo qutttee oak, Ac have rnorey by giving us your Wm ChrstrrnHd. well as mental benefits. Authority is '' las. II. V nbok. . . I corps of officers, consisting publishes a monthly journal called Far caused tho train robber walked quietly tho coin, and I gave him $10 in small uidcrt.THE vested in a Mil.!-- , David A lUugh, " I and Near, which is issued in tho in- into tho baggago enr nnd robbed tho bills. Then I looked nt tho uoldnieco. amaster, Ky W A CorTey, of a president, secretary, treasurer and " 73 fm I J I. Heck, " .. ' I their assistants, with such minor off- terests of working women and serves as United States mail. New York World. 'Hold on,' I said. 'You've nindo n mistho organ of tho societies. I 1894. A 11. iraviilson, 8. Ems" ' ?793. take. This ia a $20. 4 didn't moan to icials ns tho domestic economy of tho inK.l M Kile fer Tho clubs aro uuscctarian in characE. J Tamer. " givo you that,' ho F.iid. 'I carry that llrrad Upon tho WaU-rn- . " ......i i ..... J dividual club renders necessary. Theso e.. I) McCauy, Ml. Salem, . ter and mako no distinctions in regard officers nro elected by ballot. A busi"It just occurs to mo, " said Mr for n pockot piece. An old nnnt gavo it A (aiucmeih, e McKinney, ' . A It McKluney, " ness meeting is hold monthly, nt which to different sorts of work. Every class Northsido as ho took up ono of his wifo'a to mo when I was a boy boforo tho war, J T McK.nncy, of labor is represented, nnd women from biscuits, " business matters aro presented, discuss- t "it occurs to mo that it must bo nud' " D V Kceneoy, " " " Thou tho nssombly broke up in dis-- j Sim M O.ctii, " ed nnd decided by voto of tho rnomburs. tho kitchen, tho factory nnd tho shop homemndo bread that tho Biblo advises I) K. Voder. aro united in a common interest. By to bo cast upon tho waters." mny. Chicago Tribuue. Candidates for membership must bo U. C I.) oil, lustcaville, ' ','".'.?". a over 14 years of ago nnd recommended this nllinnco they havo holped thorn-- J "Indeed!" roplied Mrs. Northsido. "I ARTICLE. Sho Apologized I'or Her rather. solves nnd each othor. Working girls' am glad to sco that yon nro thinking by a responsible person. it Tnii correranin sbslllrgin bustnras as ioid. societies aro no longor nn experiment littlo of what tho Biblo says. You need ed form Aiirli4,en or beleiejan. 1, "Angelina," said tho youth hotly as J.HO pecuniary department or every iS, and connouc its rxi.tei ce for s cars ihcrraf.cr, un institution, nnd wi th co to, that's n fact." ho entered tho parlor, "it remains for Now Issued Twiccja-Week- , club is a vital portion of its boing, and Thpy "ro less soaacr lerininalcd according to law as prrscrib ' "Yes. Thero is n gonuino uso for you to say whother our mutual friend-in a socioty of working women this is operation, self government and solf sup Tho Best FnmilyNewt paper edlu the Gincial Statute, st Kentucky. port as thoir fundamental principles 6uch biscuits ns theo in connection ship shall continue or. bo ended hero nt AKTICLK7. felt with especial forco, for tho necesThe alfairs ol the corporation shall le corduct-elb- y In the West. once. sary expenses, although modest in them- lmvo boforo them n prospect of increas- with wator. " such officers and agents aa the stockholders "WThnt is tho matter?" asked tho selves, aro largo in proportion to tho re- ing power and usefulness. "I'd liko to know what yon mean." 111 Cilumnsof the choicest reading evirv week my diem necessary to elect, consisting of a Gkack Bakton Allen. it will Soon after sources. A small initiation feo is paid "Thoy would mako excellent sinkers bonutiful girl, opening her lovoly dark cr 6,66 col Jn a1,Inif",j months. costali iS columns, general manager, andsecretary and treasurer and by a boaid of hvo directors. mr is The othcersand board being elected annually by for fish linos." Pittsburg Chronicle- - blue orbs to thoir widest extent. by thoso who enter tho club, and thero Lnw Lectures to Women. the stockholders on the 1st Mondsy in December "Your father has just called mo n Telegraph. aro also moderato dues, payablo monthlohold officpfor one year or Lntlltheir auccessora Only Tho conrso of law lectures to women blastetl idiot." ly instead of yearly. Tho finances aro areolrcled and iualified In the annual election Arointed Her Suspicion. t cflictra of directors each shareholder shall in tho University of tho City of New "And you wnnt mo to apologize for have aaniiionaiiy recruited by means or en York goes Kvirv depaitirntof life is ccvued m Ha col a right 10 cast as many votes in the aggregate as bravely on. It was founded "Is Mlsther Dolan very sick?" nsked him?" tertaiumonts, fairs and sales of fancy j ne latest news 01 ims cguiikjt ami an lie shall hold ahaies iiiulimlii'd bv ih,. ...... k... r umns. clhcuia or ilirecorj to be elected, and each sharelorclgn countries icn in each iisuc. "Ida" articles, enterprises which nro carried uudor tho nuspices of tho WomanVLo tho sympathetic neighbor. holder may cast the whole number ol votes either "Ter'blo. Tho docther said tho day "Then I cheerfully do it. Father is through by tho mombers. Out of the gal Education society. It wns designed in person or by proxy for one candidate or dtstrib. The Farmer " altogether too frank, nnd I havo often ute his votes among two or mon candidates. entiro fund must como tho rent, tho to mako women in business or thoso ho wor goin to dingnoso his caso. fool for attdy in the Should a vacancy occur It shall be filled by a Can fiid who mnuagod thoir own property fa"Goin to phwat?" told him thnt oven tho truth shouldn't cost of light, heat and neodful furnishdevoted to political news and discussions, vote eifthr stockholders, at any special meeting "Diagnoso it." always bo spoken." Now York Press. and, In addition, fird storra of uaelul in- called for that purpesc. ing, tho hire of a piano, subscriptions miliar with such law as thoy would formation rclatlee to agricultural mailers "Mrs. Dolan, tako my advico. Put n Iu tho ATTICLK8. to magnzinos and incidental expenses. noed in their enterprises. cleaned Ircm tie experience ot the best Compliance. The corporal on shall not contract or Incur debts laimcis In the lard. A piano and tho current periodicals capacity of executrix, administratrix, mushtard plaslitcr on Mm nu trust to d gnater than the stock and paid for. "Lcnvo tho housol" would bo boyond tho moana of tho girls guardian or nssigneo thoy will bo nblo luck. Moro peoplo nowadays is kilt by ARTICLE 9. For nu instant ho confronted tho girl Tho Housekeeper by taking tho woman's law courso in tho docthers than by tho disayso." individually, but by The private prOcrly of the atockholdera shall they in silenco. can enjoy theso nnd other indulgences tho nuivcrsity to snvo themselves many Washington Star. Will find much to help hrr in lightrmni; be exempt frrm liability for the debts ol the ccr. poration. "Very woll, " ho nnswerod, with nn work. the buidcn ol her nnd havo plensaut rooms in which to a dollar. Besides tho worthy object alARTICLE 10. effort. llaclielor'a I.olc. ready named the class constitutes n pre1 lie aiticlos of Incorporation may be alteicd spond thoir evenings. or The Young Folks Ho was truo to his word. amendtd by two thirds vote ol the stockholders "Why don't you get married?" said A genornl impression Ecoms to provnil liminary law courso for ladies who Are the joy ot the household. Their wants atanyaunual meeting, provided, however, that Although a burglar and n social out to take up tho study of law regu- X to n friend of his. How best to amuse not less than one tnonth'a notice shall be Kiven of that theso societies aro chari tablo insti are multitudinous "Because, in tho first placo, I dotest cast, ho loft not only the house, but tho and Instruct them is the vexing problem of of the delired change, tutions. This, as has boen already shown, larly. Stenographers in railroad nnd leNone of theso things ate for- wK KtTiD,ntr'Mf.,s,nnr'.Ky.,iosharcB: motherhood. stationary 4ubs in tho kitchen nud the F.M. Gazette. is by no means tho case. Thoy nro or- gal offices can seouro better pay if thoy women on priuciplo; secondly and chief- grand piano. gotten In he )V?,e,vK1xyeir,.K,T',?.,h,,M:,i Wm- Cheter. Dotroit Tribuno. Mountain, Ky , ,0 aharca; j. H. ganized by wago earning women and also understand law. It is to seouro ly, becnuso mnrriago would iuterfero Vanhook, Mr Kinney, share; Ed M tci Reading for Old and Young. girls for mutual advantage aro founded this pay that numbers of women nro with my literary work." S. A. Estw, McKinney, 10 shares; A. More of a Show, Camenlsch. McKinney, 3 aharca, J. L. Heck McKinoeyV , "What class of work?" n solf supporting basis and do not now qualifying themselves to bo law on Ho Why don't you tako your hat off In addition to the current newa of the day .114.0, r. lanner, flicKtnrey, s share. 11. L. "I am writing lovo stories." on all subjects there will be huodicds of depend for oxistmco on pnblio or pri- graduates. in tho theater? ji.mij, min a. K. Wats. Me- columr.a of ihe chcicest rra'ing upon evvate philanthropy. Gifts of books, Her Point of View. She Why, I want it to bo seen. It ery topic History, Science, Art, InterThe within articles of lncornnrattnn esting Stcrics, l'cctry, Correspondence and ackncwledired before me in Llncom furuituro nnd othor things nro Tho oxcollenco of tho woman's page In Courtship's Golden Hour. cost mo $12. Irom Abroad. All will find Iheir place In Ky , by K.L. fanner. K. At. Ware, Wra. Cheil ofton prehonted to a club by its friends of tho Sunday Now York Times has freHo Well, I know, but your hair can the columsof this great family I'aptr. "Well," sho said sadly, "if wo must and nro nccepted and apprecinted, but quently been mentioned, particularly part, lot us part frionds. Goodby, and bo ficeu better with your hat oh, and itch, I. L. Ileck and E. J. Tanner, to be theirmen. act and deed, this Nov. 36. iSoi tho solicitation by mombers of such do- tho wit and wisdom of tho column headyour hair must havo cost you a great The Old War Veterans may all that's good go with you. " GEORGE II. COOI'F.Il, Clerk, nations or of mouoy is doprecatod. ed "Her Point of Viow. " Tho editor of "If nil that's good went with mo, " ileal moro than $13. Yonkcrs StatesHave a Department specially dotted to CU" By Cicero Reynold,, D.pmyaerk.0"" Activo club lifo is of courso confintheir interest!. tho woman's pago and author of "Her ho repliod, "you would not romainhoro. " man. STATIC OK KENTUCKY, ed to ovening hours, ns tho women nro Point of Viow" is Mrs. Margaret Welch, Then sho smiled nud laid her head on Set. COUNTY OK LINCOLN An Impudent Fellow. The Laboring Man nt work all day. Tho rooms nro open widow of tho New York Suu's famous his shoulder, and ho remained. I, George II, Cooper, Clerk of the Lincoln Now 1 A girl ntRothcrham, near Sheffield, is and Employer every weekday night for tho uso of humorist, Philip Wolch. When hor York Press. fMt"y lhitU '0""'D? artlclea of h ns mad as a badger becauso a young Have a Department devoted to them. 1S94, members, who mny rend, write, sow, husband died, Mrs. Welch bravoly ;""i'v,r r,c,,u" ""l join aayof November. This alone It worth twice the subscription Ware.Wm. CheSterfiefd. K. L lannor A Sensible Improvement. puppy has written this in her album of couverso, piny or otherwiso occupy pulled hersolf together and undertook price. Eitcs.A. Camenurh. I. iiiiil ." t Extract from cataloguo of leading li- fnvorito quotations: themselves, ncccrdiug to their faucy. tho task of supporting hersolf and two 1.. .1.1: - i I. ."Ilu IT IO ... lueir i.i anu. oeeii ana. ."-- l Ciceron'A1before Market Reports Hevnoldt ray deputy at shown by bit Oh, woman, in our hours of caso, Each club has a circulating library, children. Somo friends rnised n sum brary: "Inthonovols and stories markondorsenient Are rotde a apt clal feature, and will be Uncertain, coy nnd hard to pleiiso, nud thero nro often volunteer tenchers of mouoy for tho family ns a testimonial ed with an astorisk tho happy couples found ihoroUKhly reliable in every detail, Vet barring pins how soft to nqnoczol i nd k.v" tuii,",.,on w. and complete up to the hcur ot Issue. who givo gratuitous instruction in nee- of thoir admiration for tho humorist get married at tho finish." Chrouik .r Vi: . by K.L 'lann M.K.M.'ivy. sns?" Loudon Tolegraph. derZoit. dlework nud other brnnchos to thoso who Mrs. Welch put this nsido to cducato SAMI'LE COPIES FREK. Addrcsa ' A "ll "ieTiieiu, I. II. Vanhook hltKt' . Camenlsch. J wish to loaru. Lectures on hygiouo nro her children nud stnrt thorn in tho L. Beck and K j Ignorance Indeed. Modern I'harlsce. deed, this COMMERCIAL GAZETTE CO., by Crcro Nov. a6 ,89,r Oe'orge 1. Coop",1 Ok" delivered nt nil tho clubs aud classes world. Thus, with tho caro of provid"Does ho know anything about art?" KevnoMi 11 i' "I am thankful," observed tho two a.i formed for physical exorciso. Somo so- ing broad for theso dear littlo ones allodged for record, whereupon Ihave "Not a thing. Why, ho doesn't ovon recorded ThM headed girl as sho drow hor salary at CINCINNATI, O. tame and this certificate cieties employ nt a monthly snlnry a ways on her, she has gono forward nnd office. tho box ollloo, "that I am not as others know enough about it to'lecturoon itneta my hand this Itec 1804 woman physician, who advises members worked nnd mado a nanio and plnco for J 47Tho Daily Commercial Gazette is the great GEO. II io6lER, Clerk, Washington Star. ore, " Dotroit Tribuno. est Newspaper In the West. without further charge. Besides theso cerseJi in journalism uy . II, Ilurtoa, D. C FORGIRLSWHOWOEK FWVVVVVW book-koopin- g, conil-denc- o In Poor Health 111.1 IcTnDr FOR 4 To 1 ho Ladies 1117 n TO THE LAIDI'EST"" 111c him', i ! IBrown's Tl - Trent Foi TIic tA,'Jrl. Jill w,r KKymmmm&xw' ilrnn vll Hit-te- n. mPW' .umers 1 It Cures m IIZM Bow-enscrap- e, f - IvAvlftv Ilrl-dle- a, V- - dii-gui- LAND & STUCK un-nbl- o nl-lu- Saturday, Articles of Incorporation ' '' umi mm mat, ij. 1 1 bo-ci- ul - e JfcM TO o TEE CITIZENS ju - sr flrOi" Lancaster Planing 1 i some: OF PRICES: hut-dic- 1 nccoin-modati- n. W?I MHH-hsI- j " 1 THE -- .' I I Weekly Gazette OF CINCINNATI. .... 1 1 j I I " 1 prctl-cen- t, t, 11 One Dollar a Year. 1 aub-ibe- do-sig- n Twice-a.Wec- - 1 Tit-Bit- s. "'- pio-ture- s, '... 1 .... 1 Coun-iL.rV- a.: -- 7 f:r till 1 "y-J:- it" -- v -- .areiBw -- zmwues&t L- - Mia. ' I iisjuituasn ' xr '.tsw-W'-'Ct- r; - :ws'fijBWrwrrn--TBTR-,wir-- f 4,' ' rr""" riMW'4jl'i!t,fe," "wjw'iiyHw1. twi-wnr-- " ""Firiy1 , -- - r-- A! ii WILL SUCCEED SPRINGER. MaJ. Connolly to Tako tho Irnmoa Illlnoli OLD CoiiRrrmiijimi'n riaco. Another thing. 1 had got from Geno-vMnJ. James A. Connolly, who sucn pair of excellent handcuffs. You HOW DINNER WAS SERVED IN THE ceeds William A. Springer ns reprecan gues.4 for whom. sentative of tho Seventh Illinois disI1TSTTJEIA1TCE FOURTEENTH CENTURY. This timn I FtKiit tho night in n dif- trict in tho national congress, is n ferent hotel. did not enro to run tho lawyer by profession nnd occu- Iloar'v Hcail, With Itmciimry, llrnuglit to In Blight tisk of being dotected in my dis- pies u front rank ntnong tho members tho Mtulc of Trumpet Itoatteil l'mrock guise. It might have been awkward, of tho bar iu Sangamon county. Ho Is you see. tho 1'rliln of tho IVmt ll.irlmriiu Appeu natlvo of Newark, N. J., nnd will bo And TORNADO. Temporary office at D. W. Vanileveer'j itore. And so thu fol.owiug morning I sot tite or Ilrnvn Knight "nml I'lilr Luille. yenrs old In Mnrch next. At AN YA JIN. out again us I had .wt out bofore. tho ngo of seven years ho went with It was n cay scone thnt great hall, Now, gent lemon, you will not think his parents to Marlon county, O., nnd mo n very soft sort of coon, I hope, whilo n boy was clerk In a general where tho yulo log was blnzing iu tlio It wns fiomo four nud twenty years Immense fireplace, big enough for tio, Inm sorry to my, uhon m n young whui 1 say thu nearer I got to tho little store at Chcstervllle nnd nfterward wholo 0x611 to bo roasted therein; two tho villagd with tho small white church in bookkeeper. Ho graduated from tho man I found inyKolf In tholtlioiiovnllcy, tho ii;Id-- t tho villago to which Chcstervlllo high school nnd ulso tho high rafters festooned with branches of A choice selection of large and small Jiibles with references, concor; in Switzerland. I wasn't at nil a pracfntliT's chalet belonged the Iom Chcstervllle ncademy, studied lnw nnd holly, holniCj laurel nnd ivj-- tho wide tical Bortof youth, Hko you follows, nnd portal crowned with mistletoe, and tlio dances and indexed, at prices to su-- all (elt for the old man's piwn rosen'ir.eiu l':n bouiidtoHnyl table, which was literally a lmaril of IiIUiik about innrderoui uttempt upon my life. I aar tliore, utarlng at mountains, finding out boards, all of oak nud polished till they ried a scar or two as tho result of thai tho places famous in history, hatching shone, stretching thu wholo length of ol knock and that horribly tip orer the aud nil tho rest of it, but I enjoyed tho room, 00 lout. f cliff, but I was more affected by uncommonly in my own way, nnd thought of seeing Cateriua ogali. Twelve o'clock has just struck, and Ana o ono evening I got to Uriog, which tho household is mustering iu tlio mag- Christian Endeavor and Holiness people. buro enough, I soon saw her. you mv may not know in nn old nificent hall, it being "covering time," Tho man was toying with an nz New Books new Poems, Novels and Children's Hooks. town on tho towiha nlilo of tho culobrated a piuo log in frojt of the house. 1 npti or tho hour for preparing tho tables for mw Slmplon pass leading Into Italy. Tho steward in his gown, n dinner. his teeth gleam nt mo whilo I w& yet 1 was a good deal too lato to clnoli romo llttlo most important looking personage, is ditance away. Yoa e?, 1 with many UrltlHh tourists. Tho fact Ih had made myself into a middle aged standing nt tlio uppermost part of the it was December, and I had tho hotel to porson of hall, surrounded by most of tho chief roxpoclnbility and apBookseller and Druggist. myself. Hut tho winter that year was parent wealth, a German officers. Tho table Is noatly coverod botanist or altogether abnormally late, and thoro geologist or something of that kind. I with n purple velvet cloth, saltcellars was thoy told mo, hardly any bijow on flattered myself I should prove an and trenchcre, under tho supervision of tho pass up to ISoriNil. If I ohoo to tho usher of tho hall. bait. into Italy tho next day, I might Tho yeomen of tho owory nnd pantry, Aud so I did. -- :nily do it, spending 0110 night at tho conducted by tho ycomnu usher, then "My friend," I inquired of him liospico on tlm way. enter tho dining chamber. As they pass ho had tho chance to speak, "is Tho hotel proprietor who told mo this there not n short cut to Dorisnl from through tho door they bow reverentially, JAMHS A. CONNOLLY, ILLINOIS. n.Uled with n wink: and they do tho same upon approaching hero?" "Hut you must uncareful, Bare. Thoro "Yes, Blr," ho replied promptly. "I wan ndmitted to the bar nt Mount tho tnblo. Thoy then lay down nt tho Is bad characters nbout. Thoro has boon shall tako tho liberty of showing aido of each trencher n knifo "hafted it to Uilcnd, 0., in 1600. found Hoveral dead bodies in tho Saltino you." In December, 1800, he settled nt with silver" and a spoon. No forts nro tlio last year, and thoy was all with 1 bad changed my voico as vroll ns Charleston, 111., ns a lawyer, and iu laid, for theso convenient nrticlcs havo ompty pockets," my appearance. It seemed to mo un- June, 1803, ho raised a company in not yet boon imentcd. Noxt in succesI laughed nt this. I flattered myself likely in tho extrome that Catorlua Coles county, of which ho wns chosen sion comes tho yeoman of tho collar, that my rovolrcr aud 1 could account could recognize mo, imdyetcro tho man captain after ho and his men wero nil who drosses tho sldoboard with wines, flagons, drinking cups nnd such vessels lor any modornto dangers of that kind. could get Ids coat aud tako his stick, a sworn into the service. Upon the As for concerted brigandage, tho time villainous kort of club, who should look of his regiment, tho One as oro consigned to his care. Tho yeoIllinois, ho man of tho butlcry follows him, nud Hundred and Twenty-thirfor that had long gouo by. out but Cateriua herself. was elected major nnd served In the brings up beer and ale, and arranges The next morning was lovely, with n I tell you, gentlemen, I was near givbluo sky aud a thin inlht whiuh did not ing up my little plan of revenue nt sight field until tho, close of tho war. lie tho pewter pots, jug's, and so fortu, on Has Of ened his Immense Stock of hldu oltlior tho snow or thu high Alps of her or at lcnt of compromising it was brovuttcil lieutenant colonel for the sideboard. Tlio dinner timo hns now fully aror tho heavens nbovo them. I strodo out then aud there. Sho was tho samo Ca- conspicuous gallantry on the field of ot Drieg toward tho mouutnlnri, feoliug teriua. with a difference thoro was battle nt Bentonville, N. C, and took rived, aud tho steward's command is as 0110 does feel in youth on tho ovo of more sadness in her than bofore. And part in tho battles of Perryville, taken by n gentleman usher, who knocks Mlhsion respectfully at tho door of tho stato n fiplcndid excursion. sho cried, "Father, do not go," Hoovers Gap, Chicknmauga, - I had got to tho last llttlo olustor of when Uidgu and Atlanta nud In .Sherman's chamber nnd summons King Richard this time nlso it exacted nil my solf march to tho sea. dark colored houses lxiforo tho pines on control to help mo to dissemble. and his nobles nud guests to dinner. In On returning from the service Mnj. tho slopo on tho north sldo of tho CanWo begun our climb. When wo Connolly resumed tho practice of his thoy come, dressed in thoir court attire, ton when a good looking Italian nccost-ereached tho old mulo track, I declined profession nt Charleston nnd soon took tho king and his lords in magnificent mo. I was in tho humor to bo socia- And to go first. Wo had n little wrestle in high rank ns n lawyer. lie was after- long green colored velvot tunics, silken ble and readily accepted his oiler to rest jolitoiios, ns it upiHjared, but I won tho nnd red leather boots, with very ward at different thncschosutins superlong points; tho pretty girl queon, it moment or two in his chalet, which day. visor of Charleston township, although Anno of Bohemia, nud her Indies iu was close by. My gentleman stopped nearly nt tho it was Etrongly democratic, ns mem particolored kirtles of white nnd -- blue, It was hero that I Raw tho girl who very spot which had won my misadvenis my wife, though sho is not n girl ture nud turned upon mo. with a pica ber of tho Charleston Union school cotehardies edged with fur, and their board, as mnyor of tho city of hair now, as you may suppose. I lost my nf fntiiMin. It wrtw litat lirr inn tlmr. - school done up in a goltl fret or cone of Charleston, and In 1872 and 1871 wns network. . " ' t .1 "V" This Slock has been selected with great care and any and everything u.m iiuw mi uuu mii mj iiur ,u,hfKL.(i Kivig j,!,,, ,H punishment, elected to tho Illinois house of repreto a girl. I'm not going to describe her When tho guests wero assembled nud from a cheap Toy to a most Elegant Present can .be found. ..yt.s, wo will rest," I said. And sentatives from the district composed us hiju iiiwi 10 mo you iuiiows then in my natural voice, as I covered the counties of Coles, Douglas nnd seated, tho king and queen occupying a can uaruly expect it but I very soon him with n revolver nud held out with of dais abovo tho others, tho trumpots Moultrie. saw that sho felt an interest in mo, aud tho othor hand tho bra colots Iliad bought March, 1870, Mnj. Connolly was sounded, nud n band of musicians in tho hall. Tho server followed tho realization quickened my pulse, I (or thu pmpobc, 1 bade him slip his appointed United States attorney for toll you. can wrists into tho things. southern district of Illinois by thorn, bearing upon n hugo golden plattho Well, I rested longer than I intended They will be so'd Astonishingly Low. I could havo enjoyed tho rascal's President Grant, nnd at tho close of ter a boar's head dressed with sweot nnd was mighty vexed tohavo to stir nt fort tiro If ho had been nny one's fa- thnt term of four years was reap- rosemary nnd roso lo.rtes. last. Tho boar's head, with n great goldou F. 13. TWIDWELL. ther except Cnterlnn's. As it wns, I pointed by lVosldent Hnycs for another "If I might hopo to call ngalu when had to keep my wits nbout mo, rVhen term, nnd by President Arthur for still pippin placed between its tusks, is then Hustonville, Ky. 1 return," I said ns I hold thu girl's ho had got over tho first shock at tho another term, but in Juno, 18S3, he placed upon tho table, whoro it Is servod hand for n moment In mluo. sauce, and tho Christmas sight of mo (and it wns n genuiuo shock wns rcmovod from office by President with mustard Her faco satisfied mo sho was inter- to him), ho wan clearly bent on trying Cleveland. During his tenure of office dinner begins. No napkins or forks ested In me, nnd yet when her fnther, to get mo over tho precipico a second ho conducted many notable cases, and are used, aud bravo knights nnd noble with n cheerful hvftof grin, said that timo. It is but fair to say ho did It with dis- Indies wipe their groasy hands upon tho ho moaut to accompany mo for n mile But I did not allow him tho smallest tinguished ability and success. Ho had tablecloth nnd throw the discarded or two, "to show you tho old road, opening on Jhat score. I had him the reputation of being ono of the bones and pickings upon tho floor. siguor, which is much shorter," sho Besides tho famous boar's head, tho nnd then sot him to return before ablest district nttornoysin tho country. made objections which struck mo nt tho mo to tho chalet. His cloak gavo him In 1808 Mnj. Connolly entered Into first courso consists of roasted beef Qi timo as very odd. "Made objections," cover for his shamo in case wo should partnership with T. C Mather for tho joints, pigs roasted, venison with fruI say, but it was n deal more than that. meet any other travelers. practice of lnw In Springfield, and In menty (a curious concoction of boiled Sho began to cry. in fact, so that I secThere was poino lino drama In tho tho full of that year removed from wheat and eggs seasoned with sugar onded hor nud tried to persuade her fa- sceuo that en sue I when I had thus Charleston to that city, whore ho has nud spices), broth of pork and onions, Receiving His ther that ho had better stay whore ho brought him back to his domestic hearth. since resided and practiced. In 18S0 custard nud n Bubtloty, tho latter being was. "Look, girl!" ho cried to his daugh- ho was tho republican nominee for con- an ornnmoutal dish representing n ship, FALL-:-;AN- D -- : Tho man insisted, howovcr politely ter, raising his manacled hands when gress against Mr. Springer In tho old n cnstlo or n human boing, just ns tho composed of tho counties of taste of tho cook dictntcd. district, enough, I must admit nnd so wo start- wo woro iusido tho house Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Morgan, ed, ho looking rather wild, as if ho The second courso is introduced by As for me, I could only add, "It la Snngnmon, Tazewell. Christina, Menard, In 1691 Springer's tho bringing in of n peacock witli all its Mason and didn't npprcciato that domestic scone, I," and I blushed as I sioke. majority hnd leen about 3.1KX), but In gay plumago on nnd its wholo body nnd I fooling as if I'd willingly give Cateriua seemed for n moment thunup tho Simplou nnd everything else to derstruck. I might, if I had not been 1880 Mnj. Connolly reduced this to less covered with leaf of gold. A singular TIIE HERD OK spend a dny in that quiot chalet, with in love, havo expected n joint attack, thnn 1,000. Tho district now Includes tho dish, was it not? Liko tho subtlety, it Christian, must bo intended merely for nn orua counties of Sangamon, that pretty girl's gentle, kindly face In which I should assuredly havo boon Red beaming upon me. There wa n sadness annihilated. But I had not misread hor Macon, Menard nnd Logan, in which mental dish. Not nt nil. It was a real Cleveland's majority in 1S92 wns 3,003. dish to eat. Tho peacock was stuffed WSSS about tho girl that won mo as much as interest in inc. There was moro joy In R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Mnj. Connolly carried it in tho Into with nil C2SHT' .,...,ufr "A'.H.irWSJKS'Mrt anything olso. mnimor of spices nnd sweot TvV-her fnco eventually at tho realization election by a plurality of over PSyVsKT f herbs, thoroughly roasted, basted with But wo hadn't Ihou gono more than thnt I lived than thoro was sorrow at Ciab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Ho Is a strong nnd logical speaker and yolk of egg, served W&ft.- with plenty of grahalf nn hour from tho ohalet when I bur father's predicament. will bo fully ublo to "hold his own" in vy, nnd was considered tho greatest understood what it all meant. l'itl- - froTi the best typei of RecUtcril Watching her, I forgot her father nnd foi on tho floor of tho national of the Christmas feast. By this timo wo woro nbout 11,000 cared nothing for thu veugennco I had debate aiiTcrenl Stale. Correspondence bollcileJ. ivi '.ri,i house of representatives. feet abovo tho Saltinod stream, which craved. I wns, ns I had believed, It was something of n task, as yon may imagine, to prepare this bird of brawls from tho high Alps nt tho botin love. ELECTED FROM TEXAS. tom of this fonrful ravine. Wo wero Juno for tho table. Tho skin was careWell, gentlemen, It only remains for n 3 S Z on tho old road, just a mulo track mo to tell you that I married this vil- Tho I.0110 Stnr Statu 'Will Srml Ono no- - fully rcmovod before it was baked, and rmlillcnn to CnncrrM. 3 S c scratched in tho side of tho perpendicuthen, when it was taken from tho oven lain's daughter, and thnt I havo never .'.T.'iWu'M Judgo George II. Noonnn, of San nnd cooled, tho skin wns sowed on again lar rooks only four or flvo feet wide aud regretted it. If criminal instincts nro ' e with this alarming precipico to tho horertitary, ns onr wiso men nowndaye Antonio, Tex., who hns been elected to dexterously, not so much ns a foather n congress from tho Twelfth congression- being rufiled. It wns carried to tho taright. tell us thoy are, thoro must bo excepOne of us had to precedo tho other, tions. My wife has been a success, nnd al district of Texas, is tho first re- ble on n silver basiu, with a lighted n n pioco of cotton, which had been satunud it was I who took tho lend. .my chihlrou do not promise to bo exn I was still thinking more of tho pretr: ' n rated in nlcohol, placed in its beak. traordinarily bad In character. o No part of tho dinner was so eagerly ty girl than tho scenery when I folt a rr T3 3 ex anticipated as this, aud all manner of cruel blow on tho back of my head. It r. rf p y Thoyoung listeners to this story seem3 vows woro pledged over tho beautiful laid mo down in nn instant, more than ed surprised nt its issue. n t n bird. Tho chronicles of tho middlo ages half unconscious. I was robbed watch, n "But, sir," said ono of thorn, "what purse, passport nnd nil excopt tho rerecord many of those vows. in goodness did you do with your p 3 a volver, which I carried on tho hip. Jollies of moat or fish, all manner of o O v o fowls, roasted or boiled capons, hams, Then tho wrotoh tilted mo ovor tho 3 C a- - X "I arranged for his emigration to o 2; rock, nnd it seomod to mo I wns dead. pics of carp, tongues, mutton pies nnd n ' S cr plum puddings followed iu duo order, But of courso I wasn't dead, though Amoricn." "Not North America, I do hopo." nnd theso woro displncod by n dish of it was well on in tho afternoon before nS-S- f "Oh, denr, no South." Million I could stir to realize it. I had caught jelly, fruits and nnotlior subtlety. Thoro s 3 cu p woro but fewfcvegotnbles to accompany in ono of those gnarled old fir trees lh'lllit'tl. which grow out from tho Simplon rooks tho various dishes of meat and fowl. S 3 Mrs. Wigglestoin Jnmon, it snys O a. After tho solid food was disposed of, almost nt right angles to them. My God, CD ii hero in tho paper that tho entertainment n W wino nud nlo wero drank in profuse what a position it it was, to bo sure! A - n w of tho evening wns nmonologuobyMiss quantities. Ono wonders how thoy could fearful depth of sharp mountain side rr tn V) 3 . ... is a monologue anyf1 below mo nud tho Glisshorn's precipico Curafow. Whnt eat and drink to much. People had barOUOllOK II. NOONAN, TEXAS. way? noross thu ravine, with tho roaring barous appetites in thoso days, aud Mr. Wigglestcln Oh, it's what 1 strenm in tho gully. publican representative elected to con- lady of rank would swallow two or three Woll, gentlemen, I got out of that hnvo to lihteu to for half or gress from tho hono Star state sinco tnnknrds of alo at n single meal. of nn hour wheuovor I como homo tho days of reconstruction. This dinner on tiint long ngo Christ-ma- s liolo I don't much earn to think how 3- - ". O. Judgo T w -I day lasted two hours. In tho oven-innnd Into in tho night I crawled back unusually lato at night Somervillo Noonnn mndo tho race for congress ns " w 3 3 ZJ thero wns moro feasting, nnd tho r" n n straight republican on a protection to Bricg, looking, ns (hey told me, liko Journal. re 1 said nothing about n Ilo wns elected over his historian amnios us by tho vast onumer-ntioplatform. n dead man. But o uT No Clcretton nt tho Club, W opponent, Hon. A. W. Houston, demoof swine, oxen, sheep, pigs, hares, my ndvontnro, lor tnougn 1 owed ua- ET m (A In the famous Washington Woman's toriun'ti father something considerable clubhouse tobacco in nil forms is ta- crat, by 1,500 plurality, overcoming n kids and fowls slaughtered and tho tons in tho matter of vengcauco I was loath booed. Some of tho members may smoke plurality of 0,000 that was given Hon. of nlo uud wino drank. England wns to do anything to canso pain to Cntoriim nn occasional oignrotto at homo, but it Thomas Paschal, democrat, two yenrs merry England then, nnd rude licenso ngo. Judge Noonnn is n notablo man nnd boisterous cheer characterized tho horsolf. You see, I knew now whnt will not bo allowed at tho club, nud tho Bo wns born In tho Yulctido festival. Yet doubtless wo who her entreaties had meant, nud I loved bullet contains no hendacho makers of In many respects. town of Caldwell, N. J., In the year eat our Christmas dinner with much her nil tho morofor her tears on my be- any tort. Washington Correspondent. 1828, nnd enmo to Texas in 1851, and loss form nnd noiso enjoy oursolves ns half. settled at Castroville, a town west of truly. Certninly, wo have moro roflno- Tho next dny, bruised nnd nohing ns Iu tho I'enltcntlary. San Antonio. Ho wns a unionist durI was, I returned to Sion. I had a plan J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Thief How do yon liko your now ing tho war, and had many exciting ex- ment than tlioso fair ladies nud gallant knights, who greased thoir fingers nud in my hoad. qnnrtors? periences with his confederate neigh- soiled tho tablecloth eating tho boar's' Istnldnt Sion a fortnight until I was KcgiMK Counterfoi .or (just in) Oh, I gness 4, 1894. fairly fit again. Then I roturued to thoy uro 110 worse than tho half dollars bors. Ho has served continuously for head and tho Etuffed poncock and the thirty 3'cars ns district judge, nnd Is re- frumenty at that Christinas dinner of Briog disguised out of nil rolation to I oiado that brought mo here. Dotroit bii(.enor ccurtet in Literature, Music and Art. Full corps cfC.muv.ikr) t.i! N inul t"clm garded asan able jurist. Ho is u brother tho fourteenth century. Christian Adtho other follow wIioavos supposod to bo ffrco JfrW . application. Noouan, toSt. Louis. of vocate. THE MOTHER WHO DIED TOO. Mm wm no llttlo Httto In her Rrnrr, Tho wlilo enrth nil nrouiul ho hartl nml cold Hho wiui bo lltttul Tlmreforn illel I oruvo My anna tnlijht Mill ln-- tomtiT form infold. Bho was m llttlo, nml hor cry ho weak Whcneho umoiiK tho limYenly children camo. Bho wns so little, I nloiui mltht njHalc For lur who knuw no word nor her own name Edith SI. Thomiu In Contnry. r rotting in tho icy cloft through which tin Snltbu runs to tho Rhone. n I TIME CHRISTMAS JOHN H. 2 KIRBY, t AGENT, STANFORD, 1 FOR FIRE, LIFE, HCCIDEM1 A ;! ALPINE flfty-thre- o i HOLY BIBLES. Unto-rlna- 'j 1 rni-jti8- t Sunday-Scho- my-fel- i.-.- a 1 Teachers, i W. B. McROBERTS, t irro-Mstibl- o n-al- Iw-fo- re F.B.Twidwell HUSTON VILLF, KY Dealer In Drugs, Medicines, Fa Groceries, Silverware, Sec. y d Holiday-:- - Goods : d CHRISTMAS Come Early and Get TRIX, 1 1 1 1 1 " 1 en-tero- d First Pick $ Choice. dis-co- m -- rr.6.RUPLBY,-6 hnnd-cuffe- d i m1 v 1 t hunt Ml&tffot - WINTER GOODS. im BLUE-GKA- SS S& Duroc Jersey Swine dol-icac- y it - I caH t n " fathe- r-in-law?" - c2 5 n throo-qnar-te- &s g 2 JULp c Stanford Female College. Next Session -- Ttn'sday, Sep. .. -- ga3WmWM'to' Jt .A!&KVirt! rv v ' l,,rtw-.v-? iii. r1' ilBWWJKiB I'M " ui.l IJW WMMU.-- I .,C3iti.ir3r --'" T Ji"1 "" npmpapiaiwaHaBaM ihimrf -- Cw '-! - ...., . ... mmmmmmmmmipmmimtm0f ... ,.- - -'rr iii mswrnqi i"f- 3S&C Semi-Week- ly Interior Joukne NEWSY NOTES. i' because not properly paseod, by giving bis reasons for holding to the opposite aXAHFOIlD, Ky., DfiCfiMUER 21, 189-view. The Japanese manngo to kill n good many Chinamen, and what they W. P. WALTON. leave are at the mercy of Li Hung Chang, who generally haa them executed for not getting killed. Some men bad rather bo written down he aBaea than not to bo mentioned at all. El ward Duncan, republican member-elect of the Tennessee Legislature, A case iu point occurred in tlio South has started to walk from Bristol to NashCarolina Legislature Tuesday. Tresidont ville, 350 miles. Ho had no money, and Cleveland Is in. the State and simple .This Year. would not accept a railroad pass. courtesy, not to mention greater considerations, demanded that nn invitation Twenty-fiv- o delegates, representing extending him the privileges of the floor, as many lodges of the Knights of Pybe made. Only one man was fool enough thias, met at Buffalo, N. Y., Wednesday, to oppose the motion and the speaker as itjr.i i lie I. and organized tho "Improvo'd Order of M i souri banks continue to burst. The very promptly sat down on him by igKnights of Pythias," electing their own noring bis remarks and declaring the latest is the Citizens' at Slater with lia- officers. motion unanimously agreed to. It is not bilities of $5550,000. The conclusion has been reachod Within the limits olT a newspaper advertisement, but a personal in Henry Smith, of Indianapolis, at- by likely that Mr. Cleveland will accept tho the friends of the Carlisle Bunking spection will satisfy you that we can give you invitation, but be will accept the one tempted suicide because he lost his pocket-b- Bdl that it would not be wise to force a containing lis. Georgetown, S. V., ook tendered him from voto before the holidays, and the bill While loading a gun tho weapon w8 will where a reception will be given him. No be put on its parage in tho House president of tho United States has visi- discharged, and tho result was Charles January 7. ted the place since Washington honored Allery, of Newark, O., was minus a head. The highest bridge of any kind in Garvoy, tho tramp, who Blept in it 102 years ago and the present occasion TXT (i&i tho world is in Bolivia, South America. , x mi i it t x w. r Mrs. Astor's best bed, was nentenced to Counting from is to bo made a memorable one. tbo surface of the stream one year ,in the penitentiary in New to the level of tho rails this bridge is ex Coroner's juries are given to return- York. actly G30J feet In height. The total ing singular verdicts, but the ono at New Mrs William Gerold, of Torre Houto, OrleanB, which Investigated the killing of Ind , had a quarrel with her husband longth is 802 feet. An unknown man, representing priza fighter Bowen, who was knocked and went ofland shot herself through the b'meelf to be a traveling auditor for the in that temple. silly by Levlnge, takes tho cake L. and N. road, secured $50 from tho regard. It finds that Bowen'a death was Bread is selling at 2 cents a loaf and by the blow, but by the fall hard coal at 13 50 per ton in Port Huron, acent at Pleasure villo. He intended not caused agents of tho road, but on the unpadded floor, and lays all the Mich., the good result of a war between to victimize other detectives got on to him. blame on the club for its failure to pad dealers. An aged Vermont democrat died it. While it was at it, the jury might Joseph Wheat, a prominent Pine and left directions that man for fall- ville man, was shot have also censured the dead and instantly killed the other day held him personally by Andy Roark, a miner. Jealousy was none hut democrats should assist in th e ing on tho floor, and o ist rites. It will bo necessary to go responsible for his own death, making it the cause. of the State to get enough dema case of felo de se pure and simple. An insurance authority states that prohibitionist policy holders average ocrats to carry out this wish. The superior court is defunct. Tho from fourjto five years longer Two pretended clairvoyants known than any new constitution settled its hash and as Mine. Jubberane Mine. Jabiri were claea. other Wednesday its shutters were put up nevAt the salo of relics in Philadelphia arrested in Louisville charged with a again. Two courts er to be taken down tho other day the marriage certificate of fraudulent use of tho mails. Their of appeal were a little too much even for Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd swindling scheme was an extensive one, .Of all grades. Kentucky litigants and everybody will and there are accomplices yet to be arbrought only $40. be glad that it iB no more. With the Now Tho Board of Trade of Washington rested. Year the court of appeals will be increasThe decision of the democratic leadhas adopted a resolution in favor of the ed to soven judgesand if they can't catch ers not to bring the Carlisle Currency of the up and keep up with the docket, espec- extension of Civil Service rules to Bill to a vote until January 7 practically District Columbia. ially with such a man as Guffy to ex- the A Columbus, O., roan has made a disposes of all prospects of any currency pound the law, they ought to throw up watch, which can be hid under a silver legislation by this Congress, and make a the job and give some other set a chance five cent piece. It is said to be the small- very probable a called session of the 54th Congress. ready. The est ever made in America. Get your ascension robes At Covington in the United States Cotton goods to tho value of about fixed Jan. 1, 1895, as the A lventists have Circuit Court Charles Raymond obtainWe have a pile of money in these goods and. they MUST be sold. end of the world and they think they $2,000,000 were sold at auction in New ed a verdict against the Chesapeake and know whereof they uflirm. It is wonder- York. It was the largest auction sale of Ohio Railway Co. for $5,500 damages. ful how these people prophesy and fail, this class of goods ever made. son was run over and again. We unanes u. ituey, a wasnington so. His 12 vear-oland pick there flints and come dozen times set by ciety man, is in jail awaiting trial for ages killed by a freight train last July. can remember a half A jury at Kansas City has decided them fo the end of all things earthly, whipping his sweetheart, because she that tho life insurance companies must with what result it la not necessary to re- went with another fellow. William Girvin, of Owensboro, was pay up in tho famous Dr. Fraker late, and yet nothing daunted by failure they come up smiling and fix another seized in a dark place in town by a cou case. Dr. Fraker was reported drowned date. For our part we are glad they don' ple of tramps and beaten into insensibil- in July, 1893. He carried $4 1,055 life in suranco, and a swindle was suspected by hit it. ity. They also robbed him. -: They still draw the color lino in the companies. TnK president BurpriBed the Tennessee Thomas Addison, aged Si, who died representatives by nominating Charles D Ohio A white girl was stripped of her clothing and tarreiand feathered for liv at Morristown, Ind , never had a doctor Clark, of Chattanooga, for U. S. district, with him but onco during his long life MOONSHINER JONES. judge to succeed Judge D. M. Key, in- ing with a negro man at Cynthia. The old man was married twice and left When Steve Adams was hanged at Green Cmun to Jull He llrouclit lilt of Gov. J. D. Porter, who failed of stead 103 great- 18 children, 85 IV t Snukn with I II in. corafirmation last session. He is a grad- ville, Miss , for killing James Ivinson. n and three great, great A clammy eowsmiko occupies a uate of the Lebanon Law School, which Judge Gibert was hanged at Friar's Point, placo nt tho county jull, subhaa sent out many men, who afterwards same State, for the murder of his wife. The Kennedy brothers were hung at stantiating a strange snake story conThoa. Hoskins, a colored moonshinand law. became eminent as statesmen nected with one of the moonshiners now In thejhistory of Stanford has such an opportunity been presented to yers, and he is said to be the acknowl. er, of Harlan county, finished a term in Chattanooga Monday for the tnurder of a confined tliero for beating' I'nclo Sam edged head of the bar in the city of his the Coyington jail last week. He is 74 station agent and they met death in a out of tux.MiyH the Atlanta Constitution. the people? Commencing at once we shall offer such unheard of valyears old and the father of 35 children. most cringing manner. They refused all Atxiut two weelcH ago .John Jones, of ues as to make this week's sales a veritable harvest for the consumer. adoption. The vote tor sheriff in Hardin coun- the overtures of preachers until their last Mngoflln county, was brought to Remember vc have promised you the greatest Cot. Gaitiikh ioports after a careful ty was a tie. Lots were cast for the ofiice night on earth, when they sent for one nnd lodged in jail on the chargi- - of survey of the field in Perry county that Saturday and the republican won. He and profeBsing religion wero baptiz- inoonshliilng. After being imprisoned for several hours Jones called one t there is no danger of further trouble immediately appoiuted his opponent hi ed. the turnkeys to tho bars nnd asked him from outlaws, na Judge Hall haa them chief deputy. Rev- nuo otlicials made a euccesuful to please feed "that snake what wan in in hand, and has tho courage to deal At the burial of Mies Eila Hendrick, raid on moonshiners iu the hills of La bis satchel." This, surprising statement H with them properly. For the sake of tho in Robertson county, last week, tho pnll rue county, niur Harrodstown, and cap proved to be true, for the satchel really good rame of tho State, wo are glnd to bearers were aix of her young kuly tured Jim Badly, Joo Lvnch and Jop contained a live snake, which .lone.s know that the first reports from there friends, whom she requested to act in Boono, and brought them to Bardslown called "Old Hob" in a very affectionate On record for this'week'and a few prices below will show you that wc I lie snako was fed and placet wero exaggerated. do not intend to disappoint you. Read carefully, you will be sure to two stills. tone. for trial, after destroying that capacity. in n box where it could be seen b the find something mentioned that you arc in need of, as our stock is Boone has been a fugitive from justice Tho Cologne GsztMlo publishes a Mhs. John A. Cox, of Knor, knows large and assortment varied. letter from Armenia, telling of fresh out- for over 12 years. '1 hw to deal with a drunken bruto of a huibnnd, and dared to do it. Ho came rages there, including 23 villages laid in 11 other villages pillaged and 10 A Yulrn l'roin Klorliln. borne and raisod a rumpus and when she Hshes, priests maosacred. ,r,: sV sv .. y. expostulated he tried to cut her with a i William Clark, tho negro, who murrazor. She seized an axe nnd plunging n i: into his neck cut his head nearly oft". dered Policeman Weatherford, at in July laBt, was let off with the And the verdict of tho jury ought to be All Calicoes, Indigo blues, Simpson blacks and all best brands go light sentence of eight veers iu the pen. 'served him right." at 34c. Tiion AAA Ja extra heavy unbleached Cotton His trial lasted four days. good heavy bleached canton flannel 4 jc yard; Apron check and dress Tho executive committee of the Thk Alabama editord are forming a ii ginghams 4Jc; double width dress goods all shades combine that will effectually squelch council of administration of the grand all shades . seeking Kolb, who is try- army of the republic have fixed Septemladies' pure linen silk embroidered hand-chief- s half wool Henriettas the notoriety ing to usurp tbo ollica of governor. It is ber 11 as tho dato of the next encamp5c each; ladies' all silk handsomely embroidered handkerchiefs that under no circumstances will they ment. It will meet in Louisville. All linen Damask napkins white and colored borders, combed ioc; put his name in thoir paperp. This setHenry Hull, of Point Pleasant, W. fringe 35c dozen; elegant towel 54x26 in nice patterns colored bortles it. ?Kolh is done for. 1) prived of Va., was cleaning an old gun which had ders only 20c pair; 36 inch long Turkish bath towels for same money. "Hi! Somobody come horo quick his only hope, ho will now go into his not been used for 20 years and which ho There's a beo got in this hnnuuock, and Men's underwear good and warm only 45c suit. Don't fortrct to lav in thought was unloaded. Tho weapon was I can't got out!" Lifo. bole and draw it in after him. JO.NKS UANDLKl) IT WITHOUT FEAK. asuppiyoiour stanoaru Knitting yarn 25c ID. Mens unlaundered discharged and Hall is now dead. shirts, don't fail to sec them, at 25c. Same in boys' sizes 20c. Men's visitors. Jones handled it without fear, Why Ho Itotln. Unless something is done there will At Cassvillo Mo., during a fit of de A bubincFH man who lives on Oak and said it had been his pet for a long night robes; Eureka cotton handsome silk embroidered fronts extra have to be a salo of more bonds. Tl o spondency Mrs. William Jones cut tho street nnd has his ofllco in the American time. He was recently fined one bun length 50c. gold reserve by further withdrawals has throats of her five and d bank building wnlks from his residence) tired dol'ars nnd given a sentence of been reduced to 190,000,000, when the children with a razor, and then commitevery morning 6ixty days for making moonshine to his placo of law says it must be $100,000,000. Mean- ted suicido iu the same manner. ns n con&titutionnl. Soon uftcr leaving whisky. lie usks every day nbout how "Old Hob" is getting along, nnd will while Congress is preparing to talk tho 13 democratic members of the homo this morning n beggar nskod him The Can any one undersell us? They have never done it yet? So here currency bill to death and refuse tho next House of Representatives from the for 5 cents that ho might get somo take him back homo when he gets out. goes. Infants' Shoes at 20c; a good heavy woman's shoe 50c; gentle-man- s ("unliio Jack the Itlpjwr. country the relief it asks. North are contibuted by New York five, breakfast. Tho request was granted, and nice dress shoe 90c; good heavy working shoe lor men Coc; full. At Jacksonville, Flu., on a certain ho qnickly disappeared around a corDuns and hia attorneys have decided Ohio and Illinois two each, and ono each ner. Tho business mnn continued on his street, a large dog was found partly that it is just ai woll to tako his medi- from Massachusetts and California. way, rejoicing that ho had temporary buried in thu dirt. Tho dead dog was Willie Myers, aged 19 years, who ly nt least relieved ono cao of want. removed; but tho next morning and stock, solid leather boot, at $1 25. Our clothing stock is the largest cine and go to jail. Tho appeal will he complete in ueiurai lciuucKy and is one continuous bargain very expensive and the outcome is not decoyed Forrest Crowley, a country mer- Reaching his olHco building, ho was tho morning after that two other tlog.s auumosithe entire line. chant, into tho. suburbs of Atlanta in just entering when somo one touched were found dead and partly entombed. through promising. The arch conspirator ought A close watch was kept, when it was to be and doubtless is very glad to get Soptember and murdered him for fGOCi him on his sloove, mid turning ho be- discovered that the dogs had been tho beggar whom he had assisted. was sentenced to hanged on February 8. held oIFeo lightly. kilto-- l nnd buried by a large NewHenry Bachman, a telegraph opera- Tho man hud ovidontly forgotten his foundland tlog, who was caught in tho Into benefactor and volubly repeated his Eastern Kentucky is booming Hon. tor at Fort Wayne, Ind., took poison and act of hiding one of his victims in tho John F. Hager for the governorship and going to his home kissed his wifo and tulo. same way. It is a "Jack tho Kipper" "But look here, my man," tho he may shy his castor in tho ring, but it children good bye. He then took a batb, story in animal life, and is one. of the business man, "I gavo you than probtble that Clay and put on clean clothes and laid down and Oak htreot not half an hour n niekol on strangest on record. ismoro " ngo. Hardin will fiht it out without further died. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietot "Is that so?" replied tho hoggar, with Mr Ira P. Wctmore, a proirlnent mi entries. man San AtiRflc, Toxn, bat med Cramlmlaln'i Elizabeth Dayhla, of Springfield, O., au oir of surpriso. y anil Dlarrhtcl Remedy In T. D. RANEY, Manager. . "Ye., that's so. Why didn't you got Colic, Cholera veariai occasion reqnirnl. hit for several and The new patent gallons was tried for died from tho effects of drinking lyoover with perfect aucceM He ay: "I fi'il Its broukfuHt with thnt?" Hranch Stores. the first timo ia Connecticut this week two years ago. Her stomach has been homo "Woll, you see, boss, this way, perfect cure for our btihy when troubled with colic not and it worked like a charm. It is so ar- so weak since that sho could not oven re I had to uso dnt nick it's car faro to or tiyftnWry, I now feel oftlidt my outfit atI"home (empldc without n bottle thli Kemedy for Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, ranged that the culprit hanga himself -- tain milk, and sho literally Btsrvcd to got down town roth' cafo whoro I takes cron a trlpawavlrom hrme." For sale lij Dr. S. O. Hoclccr, Hrupglit, StanVirsailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. ilnili. actually commits suicide, as it were. Kansas City Star. ford. i mo meals.' " Tho Woodford county Ill is without an occupant. Five men wero killed by a boiler ox plosion at West Bay City, Mich. Breckinridge, K'lis and Adams will vote against the Carlisle currency hill. South Carolina Senate killed thb bill providing separate coaches for negroes, Another footballist was killed at Philadelphia, making four so far this season. Congressman Uolmau says he is go ing to write a book on his experiences iu Congress. The Republic of Honduras has adopted the gold dollar of the United States Gov. Brown disposes of tho report that ho thinks tho election law invalid BED ROOK PRICES- - fl. Penny's Drag Store. Our Stock Can Not Bo Described 0 (I ft GENUINE HD 10UP1 A y . If jijy,nxjtLiiJurovjiv.Li kjjo A i .in. ill HOLIDAY 1 out-Bid- if; U PRESENTS & Clocks, Silverware, Watehes G. L. Jewelry. 0 0 d A PENNY, Exr. '. 0 --- EVERY LINE COMPLETE grand-childre- n, grand-childregrand-childre- con-piuuot- m n. "LTHiEiirr tin-cit- y - CUT SALE 3-- 1 It. Lex-ingto- &J&&' . ".1 . I Down Go THE Prices. I2c; w bm-iiics- s rf kmwi U 8c; I seven-year-ol- How Is This For Shoes. LOUISVILLE : STORE, STANFORD, KIT., .. - 'LTz ett-t- n fnin-Jl- i " .Mt.wae Interior Journal Nkw n hito kid slippers nl Severance & Ovkii gaiters for lad'es Hon. Son. Foil Kent. -- Tlio I'ink Cottage, o 111 en. n-- at Severance & SrANPOid), Kv., DucKMiimt'JI, 1801 at this Apply E. C. Walton, Business Manager Fink China will w Dauks, tlio jeweler'. be suld at cost, at . Ouu lino is tho finest in tho county and our prices were nover so low. Dankr, tho jeweler. " The notes given at A. Bio reduction on everything iu our aro at tho Fanners Bank Opera Glasses, Silver Tea Sets, PERSONAL POINTS. lino for the balance of tho holidays. ny. Call and pay. Carving Sets, Water Sets, Uak-in- g Ladies, t'lis is the last week for presMr. W.J. Yahkh, of Louisville, wh Dauks, tho joHcler. Dishes, Cake Stands, Soup hero yesterday. iv you want ChriHtmas presents fcr ents at tho lowest prices. Call in and Mm. W. II. Ito'P, of W.lliaineburp.pnlil you can bo suited in every way. Farris Tureens, Nut Bowls, Rodger's Goods, your friends toad our ad and then come A Hardin. jus k call Wednesday. and see for yoniBHlf. Huuhea ifc.Tato. Mil James T (Jaiicox is hero evaiiKuN Tiikiie remains but two more days for liiu lot of Chrielufas goods. Come you to get bargains izlriK with our muiuiiHtits. at B. F. Jones &, MiBTSHSniAUii, Jit, is down with early and get (hem while thoy aro freBh. Son's store, aud if you aro ns wise as the Farrla it Hardin. a (over, that may turn into tjphoid. bee you will Improve each shining hour. Imported China, 9 . Mil. J. T. UoiKKit tins rented (J. I. -- -' in. Gkr your Xtnas presents iroip our Wk expi ct to move to tho houso occuCrow's farm and will move to it Jan. Int. stock. Reduction on everything at pied by Mil. W. H. Ohitciilow has koiiu to Mr. Mack HulTmnn, January 1, -.Dauks, the JHweler. and w HI move everything in our stock to ursixthis ato;)-fathin his aluiu. Mies La tm a Jai.iijk lms gums to by that ti.ne. Read our ad. and then Don't buy dolls, doll hiiiea and tos lier Oliristmas with tlio until you have tho reduced pricta from come and see us. Hughes ik Tate. Dentella Ware, . vt1 homo folks. McRoherts' Drug Store. Without lights and without water, Mil. and Miis. M. Salikokii aro up , A 1'tTK Hami-toagain. Stanford was in a pretty bad fix for 12 or is a grand-p- a from LouisvillH and aro tho KfBls of Mr Mrs. Henry Philips presented her hus 15 hours. Wo do not appreciate the'io T. D. Kauoy and h i ft. 53 luxuries while they're on and "nover Solid Silver Mantle Clocks, Plated Ware. I'iuttv Miss Aniiiu Dishman, of Har- band witn h boy, Tursilay. . miss the water till the pipes run dry." bour villo, pa.iaed on yesterday's H. B Kimi, tho wlilo uwako Moreland train to visit in Louisvillo. Ma. E. II. Bkazley has all the arrangemerchant, is preparing to build a largo J. W. Uivkns loll for LexinKlon, Mien., warehouse for ments perfected for his declamatory conhandling tobacco. Wednesday with two car loads of horses m test at Walton's Opera House, on the 8275; Kosa S. 2:21, $250; BesMe, ami mules and will bo j?ono two montliH Don't forget we anil lie people to buy 27th. Mi si Anno Shanks has kindly con- 2:28, $350 and the rest at $25 to $200. In every sonceivable shape for man, woman and child. Hahiiv Havuiiman ih at homo (rem your X mas candles, fruits, c., from. All sented to recite "Tho Sioux Chief's Lexington to spend tho holidays. Ills freBh. Higgius&McKinney. Daughter," by Joaquin Miller, which of HUBBLE. mother, Mis. Alice Haugiiman, is thought itself will bo a treat. The declalmers are: Tiik magistrates will meet hero Monte Fox has been buying some to bo imjiroviiiK. John T. Johnson, of Garrard College Muftis. I). 1 Maiikky, supremo com row to consider and adopt tho best of tho Simpson B. Knapp, of Kentucky Uni- hogs here at 4c. Col. Underwood and Mack Eubanks mauder, and U. II. torpany, supremo plans proposed by tho now law rh to versity, A. R. Cook, of Centre College, woikiug county roads. made a trip to Pulaski county last week chaplain of tlio Maccabees of tho World, Thomas H. Shanks, of Garrard College, horse trading, and found horses low and arrived on tho 1; 10 train yesterday afterAcroHuiMi to tho Hat of claims juet Robert Davidson, of Kentucky Un- slow there as well as here. noon. Has got the goods and will make the prices that will fill all stocking published for County Clerk O A. Trow-it- t, iversity ..ud S. I Bradley, of Centre ColJas. A A. P. Bracket have rented the Mil and Mi. W. K Em will shortly of Casey, the county judge down lege, l'io prize is 20 in gold for the firPt Georgo Eubanks property on Cherry the latest wrinkles are to be here found. rtHiiovo to ono of Mr. H. 1 Stag's houses there gets onlv fiTJO a year. and 35 (or the second best speaker. The Btreet. S. E. Owsley is the first to on l.oniui Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Wllj 9 judgta will be C. C. Williams, of Mt. ready and ship his crop of tobacco. Ret If you want a tea set, tlmner pet, Vernon, 0. R. Brock, of London, and 0. Hevernnco will occupy tho other and enThe charitable hearted Al Luce is at joy their first experience In house keep- chamber Bet, vase or hanging lamp, fan- W. Metcalf, of I'inovil e. AdinlsBion ing. work making a subscription for R. G. An cy cups, nine, child's tea set, Ac, we 16, 35 and 50 cents. "bViMMi" Davk Jackson was hero can suit you. HipginsA McKinuey. derson a ChriBtmas present. Everybody yesterday, but his cachluutioiis Hero not sympathizes with Bob, and gives freely CHURCH AFFAIRS. The Mac:abee entertainment last night a loud nor as long foimetly. lio sajs T. G. Nunnelley has declined the promised to be largely attended. Miss Xlio Kentucky Baptist has assigned, idea of going Wrst, and will locate in that ho finds very little to Inuuli at these Store is full of good things that everybody wants. We arc sure to hard times, and even that llttlo is not of Nora Moreland very nicely consented to but it is "possible and probnble," that its Lincoln for next year. We wish ho could please you in selection. Buy your Xmas present of the sing a solo in the place of tho young la- publication will bo continued. tho right variety. have arranged to stay in this settlement y dy, who is prevented by a cold. Iaat year 53 preachers of other de- another year as he is a goad mau. T C. Hon. J.N Saundkiib was here nominations in this country joined the Rankin is moving to tho Swope farm, for the lliul time since his lotiy Ciiaiilxs Okhiial'skh, clever Ger- Baptists. Of these 21 camo to us from which he bought so.iie time ago. illnrta aud his friendn were delighted to man, who runs Mr W. 1 the Tate's farm, is tho Methodists. Western Recorder. see him. lie hasn't much cxplllary sub an appreciative reader of this paper. He John E. Bielby, cashier of tho Censtance on his cranium now, but his face never misses coming to town on MonTho Christian church at Maysvillo tral National Bank at Rome, N. Y. is $27, is nearly hiisute all over. day aud Thursday evenings for his copy is threatened with disruption, on account 000 short. Ho admits having lost the Mies Claha Mkiimiok, u very attrac- and says he 'would rather miss a meal of some peculiar views concerning bibli- money in speculation. tive younx lady of Stanford, camo over any time than do without it. cal doctrine held by tho paBtor, Kid. Presley Orr, of Chillicothe, O., an Case. Monday to visit relatives. Mias Mention .That is a jeweler and you will get rdiable goods that A gospel ship to do mission work old soldier who had been an applicant fine weather continues nnd the The visited here last summer, and made many friends who are always j;lad to welcome likelihood of n green Christmas is in along 1,500 miles of shore line in the Pa- for a pension for a long time and had creasing. That may make a fit grave- get sound region is Boon to be put in given up all hope of ever getting it, has tier return. ltictiinond Climax. Tiik jounj? ladies of the College facul yard, but those who do not go that route commission by the Episcopalians of To- juat died from paralj sia. Five minutes after he was stricken the postman dety leave at noon Saturday to spend the have the consolation of knowing that it co ma. Judge Edwards has decided at livered a letter which contained a vouchalso makf s a fat turkey. "Fair, warmer holidays with the dear folks at homo Call. Courteous treatment whether you buy or not. Louisville that benevolent institutions er for back pension. Mias Km ma Martin at liallatin, Tenn., Friday," is tho present prediction. ... -- 'i ...i should pny taxes on their property, not Cape Colony will join tho UniverMiea Mary Cowen at Unlit via, 0, and Mas. Elles L Owhlkv writes us that uirecuy auu wuony useu lor sucu pur- sal Postal Union on January 1, 1895. A Mies Elizabeth HurIub at Marion, (J. Fred Emerson Brooks' lecture at Lancas poses as ttivo exemption from taxation. five-cestamp will then carry a letter Mit, 0. K. Chow writes from Atlanta ter delighted a large audience and made The congregation of the Second to any civilized country of any importhat Lincoln county is represented on tho Ladies' Aid Society glad that it Presbyterian church of Danville, which tance in tho world. Tho only countries our stock oxchanco to day, 17th. by lion him It was decidedly the beet has been without a regular pastor for not now in tho union aro China, MorocJohn S Owsley, Shelby Uros. and J. 1. had over had nnd tho Harper. 'I hey look blue over the dull entertainment it more than a year, has extended a call to co, the Orange Free Stato and tho Issociety feels greatly encou raged. tho Rev. Dr. Ledyard, of Steubenville, lands of Ascension, St. Helena and market, but tako their medicine like men. Stanpoiui waa as dark as Erebus Wed- 0. Samuel Gompers was debated for Miis. Gkoi.ok 0. Kki.iah, Jit., aud clii'-drc- .'i nesday night The. pump of tho boiler Rev. II. M. Wharton, of Baltimore, re election as President of the American left yesterday to j tin her huuhaud a tho water works refused to perforin its preached tho sermon dedicating tho Bapin Washington. It la tho intention of dutiea and of n consequence the electric tist church at Hopkiusvillo, Sunday. It Federation of Labor by John McBridr Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Karris to vii.lt them machinery had to bo turned oil shortly coat J2S.O0O aud every cent was subscrib- President of the United Minoorkers of in tho spring and if tiiey like the city to after dark. Tho hustling fir old lamps ed before tho services begau. The Ken- - America. Tho reason given is that Gom remain aa long as Mr. Keller bar; a situa- and tallow candles was pretty lively, but tuckian says ono mem! er gave 2,500 pers refused to aid Engeno Debs in tho tion in tlio government printing t Hire. some people had to ko to lied early be- - and several 51,000 each. Mr. Whartoii is railroad atrike, while McBride led and 11. Shanks returned WedMim Annr now conducting a revival in tho church. lost the miners' strike and was flleo cnusa they had neither. ready to help Dels from IJw ton, a lit re Him has iie,-nesday Wk answer many iniiuiries when we FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. attending tho Kmersou School of Oratory. Sim very inucli enjoyed her stay sny that the (J. A C. trains Noa. 1 and '2, W. II. Trnylor bought at Danville a Lightning Hot Drops in tho Hub of tho Univerao and tho ex- which p.ips Junction City in tho day lot of slop cattle at 2jc What a Funny Namel time, do not stop, but tho night specials ploration tlio many and mo lorn Yeagr it Yeager bought of S. T. : Very True, but It Kills All Pain. and l do, tiio former at l'J.-lf-i a. it. and placH of note Micro, but in delighted Harris a bay gelding for $125. Sold Everywhere. Every Day to breathe the atmosphere of her the latter at .":1Jj a m. Tho fast mail, No. asain Foil Sale Good and Enfe family 5, parses at T.MIO v. t and No. 0, at h.'tt) Without Rollef, There Is No Pari beloved sunny Southland. i m. Leaving here at lli:;!7 r. m., you horse. Apply to W. P. Walton. P. W. Green sold to L. II. Hudsoni have SO mautes to maku tliis train for CITY AND Vir.lNITY. of Danville, a harneea maro Cincinnati. VKW AnVKKTISKMK.VT Head our list in big ail " Severance for $155. Our stock is large, new and complete. Prices marked down to & Son. Au. who heard Mr. A. C. Sine's lee Thomas Scott, of Garrard, sold to .suit the times. tnreon "Odd Fellowship," nnd a large Strauss, of Cincinnati, 17 1,100 pound DiiUMMKim' BHinpliH, full lino of dry number did, wew greatly pleased. It was cattle at :t(c. A nuvtink- - oi the stockholder! of the goods aud notions at cohI. C. D. Towel). illuetrated witli many Hank stereopticon viowa At a recent sale of Poland-China- s in houso ami frii.t Co. will beheld at their banking in bUntord on the first Wednesday in January, Howiatliia for n prenont. A Down nnd delivered in n pleasant manner. Tho Nebraska, the SO head sold made nn av to iSgs.for the purpose of electing u Directors the ensuinc veir Severance it exercises opened with nn Odo by tho erage cf joO.lli. comfort at f 2 DO and J. II OWSLEY, Cashier Odd FellowB, followed by prayer by Rev II. L. Worley sold to M. F. Elkin New Mirrors, Toilet Sets, Infant Sets, Manicure Sets, Traveling Son. S. M. Logan. After tho lecture another three 1,000 pound cattle at 2c nnd five Cases, Sterling Mounted Lizard Card Cases and Purses, Perfume At-izerFoil Hk.nt. My largo now dwelling on O la was well sung and Rev. A. V. Size-mo- averaging 700 pounds nt 2c. Photo Boxes and Albums, Picture Frames, Baskets, Collar Upper Main street. Eight rooais. S. I diritnissed tho audience with n Tho dam of Jack, 2:10J, safely in A meelincol the stockholders of the National Stagu- Ilaak of iluttonville will bo held at their banking and Cuff Boxes. bhbsing. foal to Don Pizzaro, Bold at Danville Monhouse in Ilustonville on the s.cond Tuesaay in day for the small sum of 19. Januar, 1695, lor tho purpo.eol elec.lng nine DiFoil Sale on Uk.nt. My Iioubo and 11 Gov. Tayloii. Tho Danvlllo people rectors to serve tho ensuing year, between 9 and Tho grand total for the recent Tnttcr- - 12 o'clock, a. m. ncro lot on Danville pike. Mie. Fannie nr unnppreciativo. They let tho Inimisall sale in New York was $31,783 for J W. HOCKER.Cathier. Dunn. table Gov. Bob Taylor come to their town 212 . head, an average of $399,1)1. Toys nnd candies cheaper thau any nnd tell of "Visions and Dreams" to n Joe Patchen 2:01 and Robert J. 2:01 A choice selection of Bibles and Testaments, Poems, New Novels, house in town. If you don't believe it groat mauy moro empty seats than thoso both pacers, aro matched for six races A meeting of tho stockholders ot the First Nathat were filled. Tho governor is a most on tho Pacific coast this winter. try me. R. Zimtner. Picture tional bank of Stanford will be held at their bank- Standard Sets, New juveniles, Children's Board Books and captivating speaker. At times his flights ing house on the second 1 ucsjay mjanuary, i3a5, Books. electing it Uuetors lor tho A train on tho Sioux City and Pacific for the purpose ot Foil Hunt. Tho brick residence ow of imagination wero as bound I ess us they year. ozcupied by Mrs Wray, on Main street. wero sublimo nnd lie fullv Railroad ran through a herd of cattle ensuing JOHN J. McROBEUTS, Cajhier. exemplified Apply to Dr. Steelo Bailey. tlio truism that there is only ono step Friday and killed 22 of tho animals. Horses are lower than thoy wore ever Reaij E. L. Kkiniikaiit'h advertise-inon- t from the sublime to tho ridiculous, ns ho quickly turned from pathetic recital or before. Good roadsters can bo had f r prl-ceiu this issue. Ho gives a few Buy a present for a friend, of superior quality and cheap. Guitar, IN THIS VICINITY that will make some of our mer- beautiful poetic imagery to relate n ludi- $25 to $35, whilo plugs can't bo disposed Mandolin, Harp, Accordian, Violin or Music Box. crous Btory or tell a laughnblo joke in his of at nil. chants open their eyes. ... John Hignight, who has been Crit inimitable way. His command of lanAlter a reconsideration, and hard tunc.', I have Foil Rent. House nnd promises on guage is wonderful and his powers of Davis' right hand man for years will concluded to have no public sale ol my cllcctt on train next year for J. F. Calloway, of tho aa 1, but Danvlllo Avenue, uow occupied ly J. mimicry unsurpassed. Ho gave in nn Apply to Judge Varnon. M. Carter. manner his own oxperienco in Louisvillo. Mies Mary Varnon. Visions and Drenms nnd whilo tho nmbl-tio- n Tho Winchester Democrat reports .9. of his youth hnd more or less been sales of two carloads of hogs, 150 to 250 Kid body, jointed, Chaina and Dressed Dolls, Bisque Heads with-natur' iNviTArioNsare out to a party to ho renllzsd ho hnd pounds weight, at 3J, and a carload of found the path beset Hair, Doll Beds, Cradles and Chairs, Doll Dressers and Pagiven by the young ladies of Stanford on And thanking you for your libera' patroogo in the stony hills and fnr from as pleasant butchorcattloat2to2. past, hopo by strict attention to business to main- per Do"s. ovening at the hnndsomo with Christmas aa tho peaceful ones of tho valley. It Tho Richmond Climax aiysThos. D. tain my reputatl n as tin. homo of tho Misaca Mcnefeo on East was ueoless, however, to advise young ChennuK has Bold 279 catttlo this fall for Main street. to throw away ambition if he desir- $'21,028 05. They all weighed over 1,000 men brought from 4 to 5 conte. And a liberal shaie of ovir patronage. Tub regular election for oilicersof Lin- ed to, for in tho language of the Scrip- pounds and New Card Games and Alphabet Blocks, Doll Buggies, Express ture "Young men will dream dreams and John and Homer Baughman bought coln Lodge No. GO, A. Y. M. will be Handle All Kinds of Coal, Wagons, Catis, Trunks, Pianos, Tea Sets, Banks and Baby Toys. Dec. 27. The members old mpn seo vifciona " Quito n number of different parties 50 shoats, average 75 Will held at 1:30 r. M., And my prices shall be the lowest, will please observe nnd govern them of Stanford people heard tho delightful pouuds, at 3 to 3o and sold their 12 ltespecttully, accordingly. II. J. Darst, Wor lecture nnd cuno homo feeling moro than ncro crop of hemp to Georga Cogar for boIvcb I repaid. S. D. ADAMS, $5 per 112 pounds. Danville Advocato. ehlpiul Master. -- M. Feland'ssale & Trust Compa- ... Sso-uo- ra er don The pales of leif tobacco on tto Louisville breaks Wednesday reached hogsheads, the largest on record F r the first time it becimo necessary to hayo two sales at the eauio time, ono for Bur-e- y nnd ono fir dark tobacco. D O. Terhune, of JIairodsburg, bought ItBt Saturday from various parties in tho Wtst End of this county, bIx yearling mule colls and 10 nt an average price of $27 90. E. W. Lee bought of W. P. Givens 33 Bhoats, to follow cattle, at 3J cents. They aver aged about 90 pounds Advocate. A Montana ranchmen is buying 1,000 range horses at $3 n head, killing them, boiling the meat in n huge caldron nnd using it to feed a large number of hogs on his innch. Tho ranchman claims he will get moro fnr his hogs than ho would If he had invested tho amount he paid for the horses in com. A good crowd attended Danville court, but not n great deal of busiuepa was done. There were very few cattl on the market. A lot of butcher stufr changed hands at 2 to 2Jc; heifeis nnd steers 2c and a few feeders sold at 3c. Win. Rue & Son sold about 20 head of horses i.t au:tion. The highest price was 1505, which was paid for Blue Knight, 2:23; Mirizy, 2:25, brought $105; Gilbert, 1,-0- 33 DIAMONDS And other Precious Stoes j-- SPECTACLES, JK &4kMHfc mtiKQsm. I r4X.tiiWukW x JCWW1 Cft- - k w teSsssyyj'' " r I "; . Xvt . BANQUET 1 : LAMPS, ftT OMYX TABLES, ""- 00 iS& n ibstbJV.Wi'X T?T'Nr,R!iTi Wae&5 l IF1 " rTTTi ww KrovsxrriHi to-m- le Danks The m Wed-neada- Jeweler m m ARE UP TO DATE. . nt en-gxg- ed Pit-cair- n. Christmas Presents. n CALL AND SEE 01 DISPLAY. d What Will You Buy SHiovelf.es ? Stockholders' Irleetinjy. r and fVHrrors. ... re Stockholders' Itlcctln. s, ... BOOKS AND BIBLES. Stockholders' Meeting:. B TO MY FRIENDS Musical Instrument. Beautiful Dolls. Will Remain at Rowland in the Coal Business. Low Price Coal Man, al GAMES AND DOLLS. Rowland. W. B SVlcSOBERTS. Httm f - " '' ii J&. - iiViiiiii.fsfr-nfr-ft - rWMMHMMH tiiMMiwaiii'iii" ar-- y 'nrijrii tJ,!s- m 'Ji liMBTT Semi-Week- ly Interior AT Join LITTLE KNICKNACKS. Dainty Gifts Approprlato for tho Holiday Soason. Although They Expense, They Iteprcsent Much Moro to Tour Frlrnita Than Thing' Iloucht In a Store. Curt He .Made TASTY An WINDOW BOX. Published Kvery Tuoaday and Friday aWWhen not so paid 32.60 will be charged. at Trifling 6 OK 8 PAGES. -- Ths) latter trains alto carry pastengert. The above It calculated on ttandard time. Solai Jma it about to minutet fatter. QUEEN & CRESCENT Blue-Grass Interested In pretty little pifts appropriate for tills season. It is wise, too, to begin early, for it takes a good deal of time if wo mako our little gifts. A K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. token made by tho hands of one wo Train itave Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning love will bo moro appreciated than a at Strop, m. much handsomer one if bought. LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tho illustration, ISo. 1, shows a doily in tho new honlton braid. Tho maMsul train going Nerth.......... . t37Pn " South............ .,......, ..tajpte terials required aro one square of linen 11 ji pm train " South...... Exprass m 7x7. one skein of filo silk, two skeins of m ii North...,,,........... ,.3J" Local Freight North. ........ ....... ......... q 36 a m ao;p m South..... , When necessary. , qvek-tt ifiriid.a.'X". As tho holidays approach wo aro all Eicellent Wny of Adorning the Urine Hoom or a Home. Ono of tho most satisfactory methods of adorning tho lnsldo of our houses is by tho use of suitable plants, and this Is nn especially sultablo season to remind our laity readers of that, when tho winter season Is not far off. The window offers a convenient spot for a box with choico plants, and will greatly assist tho appearanco of the room. Tho beautiful box hero shown is known as tho '"Minton tile window box," and is mndo of Minton tiles, decorated In yellow, bluo and white, under heavy glaze; substantial wooden mountings, natural dark finish; the Is lined with zinc Tho size is BISMARCK'S HOME LIFE. Inoldonta Rocnllod by tho Donth of HIb Faithful Wife How tlio Imprtanu Jutiltrr Won tho l'uttkaiutiier .Mnltlnt A I'ntlietlo lllrthilny IncMont A .Memory of llr O. B.PRU1TT. il. II. KING. Anyone who has children wilt rejoice with L. MulfotJ.of Plalnvile. N. J. His little boy, Wa now have it full line ot five years of sue, war sick with croup. For two rays and nljthli he tried various remedies recom mended by friends and neighbors. He tavs; "I : I It ought sure 1 thought sure I would lose lilm had seen Chamberlain's Cough Jteinedr advertised and thought I would try It as a last hope At the Lowell I'rlcct, alter two doies he slept apd am happy 10 say until morning I gave il to him next day aud a And would call the attention ol ladle to the fact cure was t ffrcted. I kerpthis trmedy In the house thai Mrs U. II. Pruitt It selling the now and as toon as any of mv children show signs latest styles In ol croup 1 give il to them and that Is the last cl H. General Merchandise, tht tho llllntl Inrlilrnt. It." ts and H 50 cent Stanfrrd bottle for sal by Dr. S. G. ' Millinery : Goods, ROUTE. Vej-tlbu- TJolng North train pus Junction City at foVettibule starts 6 a. m. llows: Limited 3:3$ p. m. Local t:io p. m. Florida Limited 3:13. a. m. South-- N O. Vestibule In t3 p. m. Florida Limited ta:i.--a. m Local ii:j$ p. m. Vestibule arrives S:o p. m. Blue-Gra- ss wnai A HANDSOMF. WINDOW 1JOX. thirty-thre- e Inches long by etching silk. and twosiz.es of honlton wido and beven inches deep.nine inches The phobraid. tograph was taken with plants in tho Basto tho braid on tho linen as shown box, and that helps to display Its use. in the pattern. They arc: One Dracrcna indivlsa, two Now you aro ready to begin the work. Dracrcna termlnnlls, two Athercium Buttonhole tho outer edgo In scallops vlttatum var., two Cocos Wcddelina, with tho etching silk, taking caro to two Asparagus tenulsslmus, five 1'elli-onl- a only confine the outer thread of tho pulchra, tho latter being the honlton. plant drooping down In front, and is The inner edge of tho honlton Is but- extremely rich looking in contrast tonholed in long and short stitches with with tho light colors of the box. This filo silk. Tho flower and leaves aro collection of plants, as is easily seen, buttonholed in fllo with an even stitch, makes an attractive box, and they are which gives tho effect of a silk edge, selected to withstand tho temperature tho stems aro in outline stitch. and peculiar atmospheric conditions of When tho work is finished carefully tho ordinary living room, nnd would cut away tho linen from under tho cost about $4.00. Tor a fancy box, such honitons, taking great care not to cut as the Minton tile, wo would not advise tho lace threads, and you will have a very common or plants, charming lace flower. they would bo out of place; but It Is The second design gives a laco star, not necessary that ono should be witlt-ou- t which will be pretty in tho corner of a a window box if ho cannot afford table spread. Tho linen can be cither or does not enre to Invest so much money hemstitched or fringed and tho star in ono as this would cost the prico mado in any size to suit tho fancy. is about S3.00 With a saw, a hamof an inch wide, I should mer, a chisel, a few nails and lumber, a Ilrald fancy, would bo suitable for a cloth servlccnblo box can easllj be made. thirtj'-si- x inches square. Pasto on tho Get planed plno boards, free plain point laco braid to form a from knots, and put them together so star, the honitons in the mid- as to make a box of the same size as dle, as illustrated. Buttonhole with n the ono described; or nny size In length close, long and short stitch in fllo silk and width to suit your window, and on both sides of the braid. When this paint It nny desired color. Bore six half-incnugnr holes in tho bottom at equal distances and the box Is ready for tho plants. If it Is desired to have It n little moro fancy In style, procure, half-incblack walnut trimmings nnd tack them at top, bottom and ends, so as to make it look like a panel. A splendid decoration in oilcloth of n tile or other pattern, cut to size and fastened on with tho block walnut trimmings. A few geraniums, heliotropes, sweet allyssum, begonias and tropiuo-lum- s to droop over tho edgo will givo a pretty effect. Such plants will grow easily, nnd can be procurod at very o cost. A dozen plants should be meun-lookln- g one-ha- lf one-inc- h flve-polnt- Hi Absolutely Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. ROYALBAKINGiPOWDEtt 100 Wall Street, Now York. CO., SURGEON DENTIST Office oyer McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building. Stanfard: fflflHfap A. S. PRICE, new tho wedding of his friend von Blanck-enbur- g w. n, jonss. J.T ICNKt, SIOR. Courier-Journ- al with Krnulcln von Thndden-Trlgl- a IT, whose brldcmald was Frauleln Wlllbesenl one year to any address for 332 7C. Puttkammcr. On his return from this Address W.I'. WALTON. 81 Stinford, Ky famous voynge in Harz, Bismarck, who hns always favored energetic measure, wrote direct to tho young lady's Ky. whom ho was not acquainted, : : Sola preprt.lors Dean's lllrck Dianond Root and demanded the hand of their fair Paint, H.tlmatr. furnitncd lor p.intlni; Wood, daughter In marriage. Tho good REST LINK TO AND FROM Metal and lion Rooft. hailtf.ction Guarantee!. All ..u.1. ...i..t.l Willi I rvsu . It,...! .,, iiwi, I'Hiiuru IlL It.. were naturally very much surprised maw. tl Ulaniuilll Paint guaranteed fur years Desltrs In but citat a direct attack like this; they wcro tern Pumps and Galvanised Iron Mlltrs. very simple folk, leading a very quiet Solid Veitibuted Trains, with Hufftl Tailor life, and they were rather frightened Cart Elegant Coaches limit ir Cart, Wagner nt tho reputation for high living which Sleeping Cart and Licit Improved 1'iivate Com- THE the candidate for their daughter's partment u tin sleeping Cars, magnlgcently fur. ch compartP. U. RIL.BY, I'roprlotor, hand enjoyed at that time. As, however, nithcJ with toilet accettorie iu ment. the 3oung woman herself Intimated London, - - - Kontuoky. in discreet terms that she did not look I have n.ovtd to ray new Hold and am better upon the young man with nn uufavor-abl- o Knlid V.ilihuled Tiaint Iluttrit Parlor Cr, jnd Wagner II u lie l .icpartd than ever to accommodate the public eye, and as there wns no doubt Coaches and iMning ood Livery attached and ev.ry convenience Cats. Give m. a call. thnt Bismarck's parents had it reputaFRANK RILIV. n tion ns good as their sons, Herr von Puttkammcr decided not to hurry matters, either in ono direction or tho Theinly Thruogh Sleeping Car Hoe Irom Cinother. Consequently, he wrote to young cinnati. Klrgant YVagner Sl.eplog Cars. At the well known old Hand ol J. II. Green in Bismarck inviting him to coma and see them. Hustonvillo, - - Kontuoky. Everyone did his lcst at Hhclnfeld The "Southwestern Limited" So'.I.I. Veslibulcd Ilea juit rcccited a beautiful Una of to give the visitor n suitable reception; Trains, with Columbian Library, IlulTct and Smo . Ving Cart, Wagnrr Slcrpitig Cars, Klegant Coach-easFrauleln von Puttkammer's parents attengcrs in Neve Surroys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. and Iimirg Cars, landing sumed an air of grave solemnity, und York City at ad Street Depot. Positively strange circumstances that n narration It contains thelie.i of everything going. 1JEN-- t Is the tUitor. of them cannot fail to be interesting at HY WATTEItSON this time. PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. In tho course of the summer of 134(1 Th WEEKLY COURIER IOURNAL males Bismarck took u journey In the llarz very liberal term to agent , and givrs lre country, in company of the llhmckcu- for clubs. Sample copies of the paper aid four pige Premium burg family, which was very Inthnatoly addrosi. Write to Supplement tent free to aLy couneeted with his own. This family took with them Praulcln Johanna von ThoCOURIER-JOURNA- L CO. Puttkammcr, with whom Bismarck had LOUISVILLE, KV. fallen In love a long time prcvlou 1. The But he had never made her acquainted Semi - Weekly I terior Journal, with his antecedents in this direction. He had seen her for the first time nt And The pic-mln- Princess Bismarck, who died November 27 at Varzln, was Johanna, only daughter of Jacob von Putlknmmcr nnd Lady Lultgardc von Glascuupp, at Itholnfcld. She was betrothed to before ho appeared upon tho political stage of tho world. Tho marriage took place in 1817, under such Cheaper than ..... WEEKLY gOURIER-JOURNA' Is a ten page they can bo bought clttwlierc. PioJucc same as cash. Wanted, 100 Barrels of Corn. KING & PRUITT, Moreland, Ky lils-mnr- ck L eight column democratic noof piper. Dll W. 13. PENNY Dentist. Otlice South Side Main St., In oltice recently vacated by Dr. Lee V. Ilullman, Stanford, Ky. J. B. HIGGINS, .........Drltri n ......... All Kinds Stanford, of Coal, Ky. Weekly JOITES BROS.. par-onts,wl- th Big Pour Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, kRoute, 67-i- m e CHICAGO. 11 ' RILEY HOUSE ST. XiOTJIS. BOSTON". dt-It- ed D. S. CARPENTER, nsrEW "StToieik:. No Ferry Transfer. Ue sure )our tickets read via "lli lour.' I). II. MARTIN, Gen. I'ats and Ikt. Furniture and Stoves. .&f.v v L. . E. O. McCORMACK. Genuine Oliver Chlllea Plows. Step In and see a nice line of Rocking Chairs and furniture. Moves Cheaper lLan ever befo'c. l'.ss. 1 rathe Mangr. Cincinnati, O. igt. MVKRS house: h Ky. Midland R'y, LIVERY STABLI O Dine l.iue txtwctn wtll-lnow- P. W. CREEN, Prop. h Cincinnati nnd Frankfort Shorietlland quickest between This stable, which It run n connection with the n Mvcri Home, bat been tupplietl with gJjd80HVtssJrfS' TUn LATK I'lllNCKflA TUftMAHCK. For a. Refreshing Bath,Hot or Cold, A stylish Hair Trimlor Clean Shave, go to llt-tl- tho points with laco A. O. Lanhan stitch, that shown in tho design is the John B. Cattleman. Venetian stitch, and each stitch is twisted twice. Remove tho linen from between tho honitons and beneath tho lace itself, also from under the laco stitch in tho points, and you have n laco star. The design can bo elaborated upon by a circle of honitons outside of the star or a line of tho honitons running OF urVERPOOI.. across tho corners as far from the star as the star is from the hem. BAKBEE &OASTLEMAN in Another 3,pretty table cover Is shown design mado of bluo denim; it is MANAGERS, pieceu up in one 01 tuo ucsigns our Ooramerco Building, Louisville grandmothers used for their quilts. The center Is a dark blue, also the corAgents throughout the South, ner blocks, but tho sides are tho reverse side of the denim. Now sketch in a Is finished, fill in Cook & Farmer's JBarber Shop. ROYAL Insurance Company enough, and nny florist can Bupply them. If yon have no soil, It would Ihj better to get that also from tho man who furnishes tho plants. To give the collection a rich appearance it would ue wen to nave ono palm for tno center of tho box. Tho illustration is from a photograph kindly supplied by Messrs. 1 Henderson &. Co. American Gardening. W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD, KV. San Francisco. Portland A World's Fair j Record. CHICAGO VIA . 5 &) 10UI8VIIK N tWMgjlIT Chlca co'RTI PULLMANSAND RUNNING PARLOR :CARS. DINING - CARS. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE WRI1K.TO E. H.fcACON, D. P. A.. K.J HEED, G. P. A Chicago, 111 Louisville, Ky. St. Paul. Denver. north r west, ......THE Louisvillc a Nashviiic R. R. Is the Hoc for you, as its ...IT VOU ARE GOING....... Double Dally Trains Makeclose connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of JOES. RICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky Or W. A. tlCIUUITIl! 4HT iim Junction City, Ky rai. Count William, who is godson to tho late Emperor William, and Countess Mnrie, who, since laiS, lias been tho wifo of Count von Bautzau. The Bismarck home life has alwa3s been n vcr3' happ3 and contented ono. On the occasion of the celebration of the prince's seventieth ljlrtlnluy, on April 1, 1885, he gave n great dinner at his residence. After dinner an endless design on these side pieces and block string of toasts followed each other, in tho shadows with ivwush of bluo but the best conceived was certninl3' r that of a Wurtemberg guest, who, after a wandering speech, turned to Frnu ! ! && I". von Bismarck and overwhelmed her liZ cr t. r with compliment. Tho aiy wns much rKcniiv. confused, and cast suppliant glances al her husband in the hope that ho would release her from her critical situation; but lie did not stir, nnd contented him-tewith giving tho orator frequent -- i : upproving noils. Tho sturdy Wurtem-borge- r J. told her, among other things, that in her the German people honored tho princess much less than tho modest AND and devoted wife, the support nnd consolation of her husband and the model Germuu wife. Co Whilo this was going on Bismarck paint, thinned with turpentine, and OK STANFORD, KY., gradual' edged nearer his wife, nnd outline it with white ropo floss or, Inixv.vi.m'a flowkii a.m)E.v when thotoa.st was at an end he kissed stead of outlining, work with Jong and It now fully orjjnucd and ready for butinett wilk short stitch. The corner is very ef- ant suffer her weariness and pain, per her ulYectlonutel3' on both cheeks. All fective. Jesse Porter Wood, in Provi- Imps 0110 can hardly realize tho com- this had passed so rapidly and nt a SOLD TO Paid up Capital of $200,000. dence Journal. ALL P0ENTC: Surplus, . fort nnd relief she will gain from tho time when it was lcn3t expected that 000. few pots of (lowers beside her or tho compaii3 was nonplused for a moOHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, How to Keep Sllter ItrlRht. ment; but they recovered themselves SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL. experiaround her, but let us try tho HANK OK STANFORD, Silverware grows dark and tarnishes ment, at all events. Tho illustration and offered the chnncellor their warmWISCONSIN, Now closing up) with the same aisetaand under In a very short time when exposed to given suggests a novel and beau- est congratulations. here he tame management. MISSOURI, KANSAS, the air, and even when put away In a tiful way to givo our invalid n "bright By provisions of Its chatter, depositors are ml When on Unter den Linden In Berlin, fully protected as aio depositors in National place. This is especially the case spot" in her long days of monotony and on .May 0, 18G0, a fanatic named Blind dark Bankt, its shareholders being held Individualli NEBRASKA, COLORADO, where coal Is used in the house, as tho suffering. And It Is so simple liaoleto the eslcnt ol the amount of their siock way fired at Prlnco Bismarck, the latter therein at the par value thervol, in addition to the sulphur in tho coal, liberated by the to do such a big missionary work! A personally captured his assailant, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, amount invested In such shares. It may act aa heat, Is Burc to stain all tho sllvcrwaro broad shelf, polished and beveled, Is turned him over to the police nnd eaecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as -.TEXAS, within reach. This tarnishing can bo secured to tho Inner side of tho bed's walked quiotty home, where ho found tn individual. To those who entrusted their bulslnctt to us prevented bj- - painting tho silverware strong by a rather numerous und distinguished d while mnsglDg the Lincoln National Hank H and held firm and 50BTH-WEwith a soft brush, dipped in alcohol, pretty Iron brackets at cither end. Up- company. Ho took his seat among BE WEST, Stanford, we we here lender our many lhankt and trust they will continue to uantact their butit.wl in which soino collodon has been dis- on It aro sot tho very prettiest, thriftthem and joined In tho conversation, with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenFIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS solved. Tho liquid dries immediately iest plants, In the daintiest of pots and without making the slightest nllusion tion to same, our twenty years' ospcrionccMa. AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. banking and at liberal accommodations at arc conand forms a thin, transparent nnd ab- bowls, that tho homo greenhouse af- to what had happened. It wns only on tinent with sound banking, solutely invisible coating upon the sil- fords. From time to time they may bo going to tho dining room that ho took THE BEST ROUTE TO THE DIXKCTOKS: ver, which completely protects It from changed for others whoso blossoms aro his wife aside and whispered in her ear: the atmosphere. It can be removed at just in their glory. Tho little shelf "My dear, I havo been fired upon, J J. Williams, ML Vernon; 'ULIMAH VESTIBULED COACHES, any time hy dipping tho article in hot muy thus bo always full of tho best but I am not hurt." . II. Shanks, Stanford; water. SLEEPING AND D1NIH0 MRS J.S.Owsley, SUnford; Princess Bismarck was nine 3'ears and brightest. If desired, there may S.J. Kuibry, Stanford; bo two brapkets for holding a singlo younger than her husband. Sho proved THAT YOUR TICKETS BEAD OVER THE SEE tiometliluK Lonfr Desired. J. 11. Owsley, Stanford; a model wife, domestic and wise, of Women have been waitintr for Komrv- - plant, on either side of tho J. K. Casb, St. nford; ho was both proud and fond. VORFOLKWESTERN RAILROA. thlng which would hold their hats on j within easy reach of tho Invalid, who whom mnrriugu produced in Bismarck William Gooch, Stanlord; CHEAPEST, BEST ANDOUICKEST LINE. may take comfort in trimming off tho Their In lieu of the spiking pin. This seems A. W.jCarpenter, Mllledgeville, K freshness of heart and mind ho to have arrived in a little English in- dried leaves und caressing and petting that DcscrlpUv W. II. Cummins, Prtacbertvill Writo for Rntes, Mat, them, a process that seems to find had so long and so nrdentty desired to nmphlcts, to nny Station Agent, or to H President, vention, which Is an Ingenious arrangeobtain, and furnished him with now W. B. BCVILL. M. f. HHAOO, ALLCN HULL, Dr. J.'B. OwJey,.Cashler, ment of two curved pins that, sewed favor with plants as well, as "other 111,. I'MMtftr iU necessities Trt,l!f W. M. Brlght.'.Teller. into the back of the hat, grip tho hair folks." Webb Donnell, In American ronterials to meet tho patriotism,. the ' a'irua(rriU VA. lumukK. ra iuuams,o. uoimjh, flino required fromhis in way thut defies nny wind to loosen Agriculturist. of Our Sick FrirniU. ' the young lady stood with eyes lcnt " Switisr 7 il " Stamping Ground.7 si upon the ground, when Blsmurck, on Duvall... 7 3 alighting, threw his arms around ills " Johlliou.. ..7 4a sweothrnrt's neck and embraced her " r.foigctownll ...71 46 iS vigorously before anybody had time to " a S. Depot Newton..........8os tell him that Ills conduct was hardly " Centreville.........t 16 J so " Kliabelb proper and corrccL Tho result was, . 8 39 rrlve Pant .C... however, what tho young poople loth " Paris I unction desired an immcdlato betrothal. TRAINS WEST. No... No. 4. 113 his morrlago with Frauleln Puttp a in kammcr Prlnco Bismarck had three Lt Paris Junction 41 AN INVALID'S GARDEN. o 03 children Count Herbert, who enmc to l.ve Pans ....C. 9 45 6 if ........ 9 3$ Arr lteautlful Way or LlRhtriilriir the Lot bo secretary of state for foreign affairs; Arr Klli.beth. Ccntrevlile.... .10 to 619 111. Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland, run by Central Standard Time. Time TabU Nov. 18,1804. No j. No. 1. TRAINS EAST. p. iu. a. m. save Kranklort A 400 700 oA 4 06 Summit.. ' KUoorn .......-- 7 11 4 11 Frnnkfort, Georgetown and Parle, A New Lot of Horacs, Carriages, Buggies, Wagous, Oarllalo, Mtiyavlllo. Oynthiana, Falmouth and Covington. itiMmer't Supplies and Is belter than ever all Trains prcpatt KinST-CLAS- supply the public with S No 7 p. m. 1 ...7 too 110 140 s so 3J Personal and Partita aud HuriaU. RIOS OP ALL, KINDS, liven to W.ddloit P. ORKEN, Proprietor. 4 4 4 4 iS S sj ALDURNS.Manager, '0 446 40 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KV. 4 J s oj 311 3 so j JS 3 3 43 3 i 3 tc 3 ts 4 ou Capital StockSurplus - - .$200,000 2I.300 11 Tho old notion that growing plants in one's living nnd bleeping rooms were not conducive to good health seems, to have exploded with so many other pet theories of "ye olden time. If tho home holds some dear invalid whose weeks nnd months must bo spent wcnrilj' In bed, let us hope that somo of tho freshness and brightness hns crept Into her room. Unless ono has had tho misfortune to lie in her place && lf j. j... Attention of the public is invited to the fac that this It the only National Hank in Stanlord Under the provitiont of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital 4 35 ttock, but bv the stockholders liability lor as 4 33 tmount equal lo the slock, so that depontors of 311 iKii Inttitution are tecured by a fund of 1400,000. 6 17 Arr Newtown 3 30 rive sworn statement! of thecnndition of the baak .10 08 .1018 641 ArrC. S. Depot are made each yearto the Uultcd States coverst-me- nt Arr Georgetown 11 1033 641 and ill s:scts arc etamlocd at stslcd limee 747 330 800 Arr lohnwm 631 y government agents, thus iKunug addillloaa 1041 6 j 810 ArrDuvall ind perfect safety in depotilort. ........io 47 ArrSlarap'g Ground 10 54 830 703 Thit institution, originally citabllthed as the ArrSwitzer .n C4 711 S 3c Dtpotit Hank of Stanlord In 1I58, then Arr Klkhorn . .. ..11 11 7 A jiil at th National Hank ol Stanford in iMj and 905 g 13 ' ...,u 17 Arr Summit as the Klrtl National Hank of 796 again Arr Franknrl A. ..11 S3 Stanlord In ihdt, hat had practically an unmtei-rupt7)3 913 eaitt'rceof it yean lilt better supplied A connect, with L. A N. now with lacllillet for transacting buiintta prompt II connects with Q .V C. and L. S. ly and liberally than ever before in iu long and C conoid with K. C corporations, ft Accounts Notk Not. 1, J, 3. 4. 7, 8 end it, dally except nonoiable career. Individuali of respectfully toilefirmi and Sunuay Sec Sunday trains below. ted. The Directory ol thit Hank it composed ol SUNDAY TRAINS. Korettut Reid, Lincoln county j West Leato George own 10 33 A. M.J arrive S. T. Harris. Mscjln; at Frankfurt 11 35 A. M. O. A. Lackey, Ltocoln; a. 13 P. M ; arrlte 11 Kast Leave Georgetown 3 15 P M. J. W. Haydcn, Stanford; The Kentucky Midland Railwayand connec S.ll. Ilaughman, Lincoln; tions form the thortott and chetuett route to al J. 8. Mocker SUnford; points South, Knit, Ncrth 1 id el. W. A. Trlbble, Stanlord; For further information spply - their agents. C. I). PEHCAW. Gen Pass. Agent. M I). Klwiurc, Stanford; 15. HARPKR.Gen. Supt rZ GEO. T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M. Miller, .MuVcrcon J S. Hocknr, President; John J. McRobcrts, Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Astttttnl Cithioi No. No. is a. in. ed l- NORFOLK RAILROAD. WESTERN TICKETS Farmers Rank&Trnst -- 4" 1 11 foot-boar- NORTH-WES- T, S1 NORTH AND EAST. head-boar- Tlmr-TaU- e, Itaqwj. ''''rf J' - . . fc.- -'. MawMMawalaWewMlrrwai a rjjpfr V BEYOND FINDING- OUT'10 Mtt - m tho 10 mt ouiy romhod THE POET'S MEED. "Who falnteth hero In tlio mart, forlorn, Whllo mtn nt: ml cliefTorlng liyT Go ink hla trade" A poet lxrn, With n oonn ui hit I'utliliiK I'ye." - to fell -"Win t l.ntli Inonl, ttoRorcornf" Tclr thought- - " 'Thinl t Lim dlo." Grnnt Alkii in Acndoroy. Hhouso thnt wo had lived in so long, 1 hnd to mortgngo tho fnrm. Of courso I thought thnt I would soon pull out, but I haven't. I in got a fow liundrdd dollars nioro t);i.i tho mortgngo is for, and I thought th.it I would lot tho thing go rather than to worry nny longer nnd tnko a fow hundred nnd rent mo n shanty iu tho village. I nm n sort of plasterer, nnd Imnypickup a baro living." Ho waa bo depressed thnt I cared not to talk to him, and I took tho first train nnd roturnod to tho city. Sovornl weeks passod. I went not to tho country for tho reason 'hat to mo tho wholo had been saddened. I had becomo much attached to Hullett. Ho had n droll way of speech, i dry laugh, nnd his mischievous eyo cut so odd n caper now nnd then that I was drawn to him. But I cared 'i.)t to seo him now that a misfortune had befallen him, for my friendship for him was founded on a humorous sentiment. Ouo day I met a man from Autioeh nud nsked him nbout Bill, whether or not ho hnd fonfid n purchaser for his fnrm. "I think he hns," thomanaiisweied. "I understand that n fellow named Fettorngo has nbout closed n deal with him. Sorry for Bill; says that ho can got along mnybo ns n plasterer, but I don't kco how ho can 'hen tho regular plasterers nro nbout all out of work." A fow days after this I was hastening nlong tb,o street when somo ouo grabbed hold of mo, I wheeled nbout, nnd thcro wns Bill, pretending to choko mo. His ovo wns bright, cutting its odd capers, and I noticed thnt ho wns nrrnyed in now clothes. "You nro hustling nlong hero pretty brush, "ho said, releasing mo, "but I want to w you that I nm not to bo run over f I nm from tho country." I stood thero looking nt him, wondering whnt could hnvo hnppcned. "Hnvo you Bold your farm?" I nsked. His eyo twinkled. "Say, " ho Raid, "I nm nil right now, nnd- my son littlo rascal, brought it nil nbout. Got into tho box tho othor day, looking for Indian nrrow bonds, nnd whnt did ho do but rip open Uncle Ben's letter and bring it to me. And of courso I had to rend it; told that ho Undo Ben had buried $3,000 in gold in nu iron box nt tho loft hand root of tho whito oak treo facing tho outlet of tho lake, I jumped np nnd grabbed n hoe, I tell you. Tho treo hnd been cut down yenrs ngo, but tho stump wns thero nil right, nnd thero I dug till I got tho money, nil tho timo thinking nbout mother nud her brotiicr, nnd tho next day when that shark enmo to closo tho deal with mo I said: 'No, I'm obliged to you. I don't boliovo I enro to trade. I thought I wns broke, but tho truth is nu undo of mino hns loft mo somo mouey. ' And, say, tho news thnt n fortuno has been loft to mo has Bpread nbout, nnd you ought to seo tho folks bow to mo on tho road. Oh, I'm nil right now, and, say again, you never saw fish bito ns they do now Como out." Opjo Read in Now York Commercial Advertiser. land-Bcap- o An-dro1 CIIO KUDOS. THE CAPRICES OF FASHION AND THE WAYS OF WOMEN Fancy WnlsW r Universal i'ntlitnii Quaint Stylr tn IlnlrtirrMlng li. Monrnlnc Over a Social Cup of Ten llenrj i:ti(j-lltCrnpo I Stistnr ol Wot-- . (Cowlulit. ltSL tv American Press AssocU tlcti.l Thcro hnt never bceniuch n unlvcrtil fiuiiion ns tho'fiwicy vnlti fire and none that hits lnMtMl lor two Honhoiu without tiring the chmiKimble fancy of wonmii-kinWnWtK of wlintever kind mnde b fore hnvo huon looked upon more iu mnkcshiftsthnnrcnl articles of fashion They uro not Jooke'l upon so now. noi are they relegated tc the ycting Quits old ladies now have their mussy, tilorny looking wnUta of darker silk, it aure, but ftill they have them A Btono color cd surah vaiHl putted and draped nnd 10001? made win worn by u Rtntely prandmothor recently, with n kirt of black Anothor waist for an elderly lady had a full Hurplico front mndoof n dark huliotropo tniTctn chad-ewith ciiiurnld grocn. Tho sleovea wero vory largo and full, nnd tho nnd belt wero draped in tho most approved fashiou. This, nt tho timo I paw it, waa worn with a very dark jiruno wool skirt. Thiwo wniats nro mado for ovcryday homo use, and also for tho stroot nnd visiting, nnd one also comes across them 1 gro-'Bral- d neck-Imi- nl Theso nro but n few of mnny, but may Borvc to givo n general idea of thoir pievaleuco and usefulness. Many nro mndo in blnek china Bilk nnd trimmed with whito laco nnd insortlon nnd tho inovitablo touch of color in tho ribbon trimming. Somo are mndo quito liko bnquL'9, and othors again nro bolted or with polka mill 08, but thoy nro nil waists, nnd nR such should bo liuudcd oown to posterity. With tho coming in of tho fancy waist, ton gowns nro not produced to Buch an extent ns thoy have been, but when ono is evolved it is no enough to mnko nmendt for thoir compnrntivo rnrity. I enw two very elegant import ed gowns this nftornoon intended for uch uses Ouo wns of old roso nrmnro eillt laid in deep folds under tho nrm and to n square yoko in tho center of tho hack. Tho front extended up to tho top of tho Hhoulders nnd over, forming tho yoko by tho deop lint plnitn, with pntMcmuntcrio in tho center. On tho shoulders wero two immense rush green velvet bretelk'H bound with light brown fur. Thcro wax n similar binding nt tho bottom of tho dress nil nrouud nnd oth ers nt tho edgo of tho full elbow sleeves nnd collar. Tho effort to rcduco tho amount of crnpo on mourning has failed most signally, nnd now it is difficult to decido whothurngowniHof stuff trimmed with crnpo, or crnpo trimmed with whatever other material is used with it. Today I happened to bo in a placo whoro ono of tho leaders in fashiou in Now York was Sho wai completely envoloppd in tho hpiWitM Lnglleli crape, her veil falling to her feet both front nnd back. Sho looked liko a moving statue of woo. It weighed her down and depressed every beholder, but it is tho fashion to wear 11 IVORY The Myers House, P. W. GHEEN. Proprietor. to my Stanford, .Vn'li11 : : IS : ,. well-kno- Kentucky. UNCLE HEN'S LETTEH. Bill Ilullet, who lives on n Bmall fnrm in Luke county, wns showing mo n number of Indian relics prized by him becnuso they had been in tho fnmlly bo loug. "Whnt luivo you in tlioro?" I nsked, pointing to a faded bluo plush caso originally intended, I fancied, for n set of silver teaspoons. Boforo nnswcriug my question Bill opened tho box nnd hold it bo that 1 could look into it, nud but for n yellowing envclopo it wns empty. Ho took up tho envelope, touching it with exceeding euro, nud handed it to me, 60A? !t Floats running thla Hotel and to give mr gueat. thejolitt,t alien-- a well as the best the market affords. Special Attention to the Travd- ' ing Public. first-cla- When you want a turnout come LIVERY STABLE. at tne Myers House (ja.ee Harper's Weekly In 1895. Elegant and exclusive i ami nd door Toilette,, drawCf,om Worth by bandoiand Chapuii, are an Important model, Iheac appear ; every eek, nute descnptiona and detai aaccompanied L ml Our tier by Katharine do Forest, is a weekly Paris of the head of New Vork Kashiocs, Out-doo11 "What or it?" I a"kcd nftcr rending tho name Mid nddress "Mrs. Mary Hullett, Autioeh, Lnko county, Ills." "You notice," said ho, "that it has novcr been opened." - "Yes," 1 answered, "nnd whnt is this postmark written with n pen? Why. it is Gettysburg, isn't it?" "Yes. That's whoro tho letter was mailed, addressed to my mother, nnd, ns you see, no ouo has broken tho seal." "Why, tlint'h htrango. Toll mo nbout In order to get tho history of a rolio I had to feel, or rather protend that I && BEST FOR SHIRTS. THE PROCTER It QAM DUE CO. CINTU MISS LOU ELIICTT, rics, trlmmlnga and accessories of the costumes of well dressed women. Children's practical attention. A lOttnlght y I'atte". feheet supplement enables o cut and Wh HAufeiVA5ARI ThC Vm,n every occati?u.dnri;,VrVS?u,orrnrorma, wh- e- b"u' " ohar". fab- TRAINED ITUnSE, STANFORD, KY. (P. O. BOX 161 ) t..A.nh'u"i"n s"lalf of tneyy"are r.lvlnl.'' s.U Vh. r.Un. Vv Re.b"ca pSr,1JruU,d,.'n "W,lavl. a strong novtf of 1'ennsvlvanla ' CCUpy Doctor Warrfck's Daueh-V- .l 'k U,t hH,f and it." ' N.,body- - n Intensely AJ.VI,e?.s' au,hor ' exciting novel "God's Fool," Itr.rKRENC: Dri. lalley, Peton nd 8i tl T. SBit'.i, "What it bo. ilr.xiuuTTi: IloubSKAU. IN WOMAN'S WORLD One nl PARAGRAPHS. Women. A book come? to mo from tho 1 tlir llr.t llot.tts lrr Wrlttrn For publish-its- . mis-tnk- NEW VANCV WAISTS. occnsionnlly in silk cr ratin broendo of expunsivp quality. In this latter enso iiicj iiiu jiuiitinuiiiuiy irwiiiuuu wiiij real laco nnd flno bending, and thoy nro intended for wearing with plain but hnndsomo skirts. Tllo nioro omnto tho wnist tho plainer tho skirt Young Indies now oftoti hnvo fivo or six of theso fnuoy wnlHts, which thoy wear with only ono skirt, nnd by tho uso of floating ribbons to match thoy appear to hnvo n groat variety of gowns. Somo of tho wnists for vory drossy evening requirements nro of tho lightest nnd most diaphanous of fabrics, such as colored tulle, silk muslin and Itnlinu crnpo; nlsocropolisso, Theso nro drnptd in tho most lavish way. Somo nro nil over tho oorsago lining. Thoro wna n very dainty ono of pearl whito china crape, tho wnist part gathered nt tho nock nml wnist ns full as it would hold, tho mntorial extending about thrvo inches below tho bult, whero it fulled up in n rufllo. Tho belt wns plain nnd fastened on tho right sido under n ohouof tho crape. On tho wnist and sleeves wns laid tho heavy pattern of somo hnndsomo black chnntilly, from which tho intervening mesh had boon dipped. Tho collar wns n regulnr choker, with rt succession of small of tho crnpo nnd tho largest flower in tho laco set between. This worn over nny plain skirt nf suitnblo mntorial that is to say, nil or partly silken fnbrio would bo dressy enough for nny occasion except n grand bnll. Thoro wns another wnist which was very novol nnd wholly nrtistic, Tho entiro wnist lining wns covered with nltemato puttings of cardinal nnd black tnllo. Tho sleovos woro made of black faille. Tho waist wns pointed nnd finished with n pointed Fash outlined with cardinal satin ribbon ending in n fnuoy bow with short ends nt tho left side. There woro smnll Iiowh of tho samo perched ou tho shoulders and n drapod collar of Sarah Grand'a idea that irritablo old cardinal velvet. This, is intended to bo worn with blnck tJdrts nnd for quito men tlioulti learn to knit is not half n bad onu festiro occasions. drow. ' ' For home, for tons and general nftorBill nnd I wont fishing thnt nftcr-nooUnelrnn fingers nnd blnck finger nails noon woar thero wns n vory girlish ns wo did nearly ovory Saturday nro sickening. This morning I saw tho blouso wnist shown. It wns of baby bluo combination on n woman who wore u during tho- summer, nnd nil tho timo wo woro casting I was itching to know bonlskiu cape, what was in that lottor. Of courso I Tho author of "Women In Businoss" know that it contained simply n fow wauts to know why girls who paint on linos tolling his sister that a bnttlo wns plaques nnd china nnd wnsto thoir timo ou, nud that ho trusted in God nnd tho do not loam to lettor nrtistio signboards, right. But I wnntod to seo tho lines. I to decorate carts, omnibuses, rnilwny could fancy tho shnpo of tho sprawling enra nud furniture Why indood? characters, written with n pencil by tho go light of n candlo hold by n bnyouet When tho womnn's voto does not to suit a mail, ho declares that it wns n stuck into tho ground. "Bill," said I, "you would hnvo mistnko to enfranchiso women, after alL found mo among tho neighbors urging Louisiana lias- 100 women sugar your mother to open thnt lettor. " "But not if you hnd seen thnt not to planters. open it wns n 6ontiment with hor." Bozomnn, Mon., is n livo place. Inn "Woll, I don't know nbont thnt. Into number of The Avnnt Courier of Probably not." that town I find n notico of tho meetTho next timo I wont out into tho ing of tho Physical Culturo and Correct oonntry to ilsli with Bill I found him Dress club. Uozcmnn, too, hnsnsocloty in rather n dojectcd Btato. Tho drought for promoting tho ndoptiou of n stnto had continuod so long that ho know MOUUNtSO AND HOME TOILET. floral cmblom for Montana. Mrs. M. L. thnt tho crops must bo n failuro, and Kurah, hanging down in front in full Aldcrsou is ch.tiruinu of tho Montnua summor boarders had not como in numgathers in something of n blouso pat- Floral Emblem society. Tholegislnturo bers sufficient to insuro an offsot for tern. Across tho chest thoro wna n is to bu memorialised oil tho subjoct, tho damage. Bill said ho didn't care to squnro yoko let in of dark bluo Bilk lnid nud doubtless tho young commonwealth fish. "If I wero to hang tho biggest in, flno accordion plaits and bordered will Boon have n stato flower. bass in tho lako, it is a question whothor I'd hnvo courago enough to pull him i with folds of tho palo bluo silk, nnd Tho nuthor ,of "Women In tho Busi- out," said he. across ino uust was mm umwiig uuner tho fancy bowH mndo of tho silk. Tho ness World" lulls us that Miss CharlOh, it Burely isn't ns bnd ns tlmt!" I collar was of tho light bluo, with bows otte) Hobinp.on superintended nil tho in- nrguod. "Ono good Benson will mnko sot in tho back. Tho Blcovea wero puffed, terior decorations nud furnishing of tho ovorything nil right ' Cam-pawitli chutolniuo fore parts. It could not magnificent Cuunrd lino steamer "No," ho ropliod shaking his head. in. It wns worn with n bo raoro nrtistic. "In fact, thero inny not bo nnother skirt of lnvondor mixture, with rows of for mo," A school of gardening nud horticultailor stitching holding down threo ture for girls nud '.vomon hns been open-o"Whnt do you menu?" plaits ou each sido nnd ouo narrow ouo "Why, year boforo last, in ordor to in Berlin. iu front which reached to tho bottom of infill tin lnrin nstonsinn to tlin Httln Eliza Arciuro Conner i gnuf-fcred nny-thin- g H do not know who wroto it, for the author is too motlent to givo her uauie, in which renpeot ho mndo n 1 wish I knew who brought together all tho cheering, inspiring words nnd facts found in this book. It is cnll-t"Women In tho Huslness World Hints and Helps to Proopority by Ono of Them." Tho unknown nuthor evidently 1kHovch ns 1 do that financial iudeKndeneo is tho Ley to tho wholo woman quistion, nnd has hero labored with might nnd main to show our sex, young nnd old, how they can tnko uuu ui wiuiiinuivi'n film nut uu iiujhjihi ' cut on nny human leing. In my judg inent, no butter, nobler book for Kirls nnd women could hnvo appeared just nt this time. Tho writer says: "Learning to stnnd nlono is tho great nrt this book endeavors to tench, giving both spiritual nnd practical help. Iu this nrt women still need nssiBtnnoo." Tho koynoto of this grand book throughout is tho lino from W. J. Henley's poem, "I tun tho master of my fnte. " With immense lnlKir nnd pntienco tho writer has traced out hundreds of occupations in which women have achieved success nnd nro now making comfortable livings, from tho Tcnncsheo woman coal initio operator to tho Snn Francisco womnn bnker who rented n dingy littlo shop, mndo it immaculately clean and attrnctivo looking and thou cleared 1,800 in four months by Foiling her own homomndo bread, enko nnd rolls. I know n long timo ngn that women can do anything iu the business world that thoysut their heads to, and now I nm surer of it than over. Tho only point is to fiot your head firmly to it nnd novcr givo up. Woman can never bo nnybody or till sho is flnaucinlly perfectly just ns independent ns men r this she must strivo with nil are. Financial dependencu is her might. slavery, nnd slavery of tho most humiliating sort. Wo learn iu this vol u mo that n woman grocer in a western stnto enrrieson a grocery bndness worth $80,-00- 0 n year. An American girl has built n railroad to somo salt mines sho owns iu Mexico and is colonizing her lands with English families. Wo find hero that fruit culturo and poultry roaring nro nmiug tho safest nnd most remunerative occupations for girls nnd women. Whatever you do, tryKomethiugthnt Ih not already overdone, d 1 felt, n grent interest in it. Bill took tho lotter nnd put it nwny, nnd nftcr n timo told ino tho following bit of family history: "Yen see, my mother thought more of her brother, my Undo Ben, thnn sho did if nhnost nnybody in tho world. Whih' quito young sho married in tho east, nnd sho nnd father, together with my Unclu Ben, cumo on to this stato. I don't recollect much nlwut my fnthor, for ho died not long after I wns liorn, but from whnt I havonlwnys understood tho mnrringo wns not a happy ono. Well, Undo linn finished laying for tho fnrm nnd had tho deed mndo over to mother. "I merely mention theso Binnll details to show how much tho brother nnd tho Bister wero attached to each other. Well, when tho war broko out nnd I recollect it well, for I wns n smart chunk of n boy Undo Ben Hworo that it was his duty to go. My mother wns n very womnn, but with tho selfishness of n womnn's affection sho could not Beo why sho should bo called upon to givo up hor only brother. But Undo Ben dcclnred that every woman should not only bo called upon to givo up her brother, but her sou, her husband, her life, if needs be. Ho wns bo dovotod to tho Union, so strong in his denunciation of nil peoplo who wero lukownrm, that when tho timoenmo ho was elected captain of n company. And so off he marched, leaving my mother in tho deepest grief. At night sho would nwnko mo with her sobs, nnd many n timo when I heard no sound would I put my hand on her pillow to find it wot with her tenrs. Of courso tho violenco of her grief did not Inst, for prido nud tho lovo of country bndo her bo brave, but whenever wo received news that n bnt-tl- o hnd been fought sho would lock herself in her room nud thcro wait to hear that her brother wns dead. "Thus it wont on until his donth wns mentioned iu tho dispatches. Ho wns killed at Gettysburg, nnd twodnys later thero enmon letter from him. My mother knew thnt it hnd been written just before ho went into battle probably tho very last thing ho did was to seal it nnd sho dednred thnt tho seal must nov-e- r bo broken. I romeniber that foiho of tho neighbors nrgued with her that sho ought to see whnt tho lettor hnd to say, but sho said not, it must forever ro- main sealed. So sho never did open it, and when sho camotodiosho told mo to keep it just ns sho had kept it nnd to leavo it to my fnvorito child, with tho saino instructions thnt sho hnd given mo. My mother wns of oxcollent stock, nnd I hnvo thought thnt this prompted her somotimcH to say that tho crest of her descendants might bo an unopened letter. Sho always said this laughingly, but I hnvo noticed that it is iu a spir. of fun that wo somotimes show o pride. Well, as you seo, I hnvo no opened tho lottor, nnd I novcr intoL to, I'm going to lenvo it to my boh An io n, 1TOTICE will I ! Co""PndenlB. Questions receive the personal attention cf the editor, and are at the earliest possible date alicr Iheir receipt. . ?ha". Wl" nb.u,,e her churning papers ou e are CV Doing" In New York Society, ? Ta this depirtment Bank Stools for Sale. 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It presents every important event promptly, accuratelv. and exhaustively In illustration and descriptive text of the highest order. 1 he manner in which, during 1E94. it has treated the Chicago Railway Strikes and the War, and tre amount ot light it wa able to throw on Korea the initant attention to that little known country, are examples of Its almi at boundless resources. Julian R lphi the distinguished writrr and correspondent, has 'f.01.10 ,he ,pllt0l"war and there joined by C. D. Wcldon, the w II known American artist, now lor many years resident In Japan, who has. been engaged tn cooperate with Mr. Ralh in sending to HARPER'S WEEKLY exclusive in. formation and illustration During 195 every vital question mil be discussed with vigor ami without prejudice iu the eolto-ri-al columns, anu alio in special articles by highest authorities in each department. Pour.the its of the men and wemen who are making history, and powerful and ca stlc polifcal cartoons, will continue to be characteristic features. This Ilusy World, with its keen ud kindly comment on tho lesser doings of tho day, will rem in a regular Fiction There will be two poerful serials-- , both handsomely illustrated Tho Ved Cocksde a stirring romance ofoldeu days by Stanley I. 'y. man. and a novel of New York, entitled The on of His lather, by Ilrnndcr Matthews sevtml novelettes, nd many short stories by popular writers. Chino-Japanese -- - ffi MM - n son-io- n d Wnril Is True to Poll. Whilo it is probably truo that each nation has its own ideal of feminine beauty, yet I think American mon nro rendy to ncknowloJgo n really woman wherever wo seo her. MARBLE. Whilo iu Englnud I was grcntly surprised to bco bo few flno looking womJ. KARINS&CO., en, though Englishmen claim n superiority iu this respect. Possibly I was Duildera liom original Co igris and best material and workmanship. Third Street, Louisville, Ky. unfortunate in not happening to moot Office 349 and Work Shops, Montprllur, h'eimont Vara them, though I kept a keen lookout ana v.arrara, uaiy. both on tho streets, in tho theaters and Lone experience; original designs; satUfacticn 80 guaranteed. at othor places where fashionablo persons assembled. During All tho timo I was nbroad I wiw very fow beautiful 1 women, but sinco my return I have bceu much n.oro fortunate, s My sto Americans should congratulato of Millinery and Nctlom is kept coniu possiting not only women stantly icmplete by vtfkly purchaics and iou who nro of a superior typo of beauty to can always find what jcu want I Invite jcu to those in nny othor part of tho world, call and iniject MJSS LICC1E HEAZLLY. but nlso on nccount of tho endless vaStxnfcrd.Kv. rieties included iu this typo. Tlioro is a sameness in tho nppcarnnco of English women which soon grows tircsomo to tho eye, Iu America, on tho othor hand, owing to n salutary mixture of the races, thcro nro all styles of feminine COINAGE OF beauty, though constituting onogonornl class. Those who attended tho horse show must hnvo been impressed with The free and unlimited coinage of this faot, nnd it hns lieen conspicuous also nt tho exhibition of portraits nt tho silver, the product of American mines, Nntionnl Academy of Design. Ward at the old ratio of 1 6 of silver to i of McAllistor in Now York World. gold, is the only solution of and remedy for the disturbed and unsatisWlmt Spoiled tliu CaRce. At last wo hnvo nu iufalliblo rulo for factory condition of trade, manufaccoffeo, nud though it comes from nn ture and general business of the counBourco it is warranted to please tho most exacting epicure. It runs as try. The surreptitious act of 1873, divorcing silver and gold in our monefellows: Bridget is nn oxcollent cook, but liko tary system, was a crime of untold most women of her profession sho is opinionated nud insists upon making magnitude. It was the rankest kind nil her dishes strictly according to her of class legislation in favor of the owh redpes. Her mistress gives hor wealthy against the producers of full swiug not only ns to cooking, but wealth, and hostile to the prosperity ns to tho purchaso of supplies. Tho other day her mistross said to of the United States. It was an act hor: of treason because done at the instance "Bridget, tho coffeo you aro giving of a European syndicate and for bribe to us is very good. What kind is it?" "It's no kind at nil, mum," said money, "giving aid and comfort to our country's enemies." To shield Bridget "It's n mixture. " "How do yon mix it?" the guilty parties, the well authentiMocha and "I mnko it Jnvn nndono-qunrtoRio." cated facts, often published, have been vigorously denied. "But that's only Whnt do yon put in for tho other quarThe Enquirer will continue to exter?" this unpardonable crime until "I put in no other quarter nt oil, pose mum. Thnt's where so many sphiles right and justice are done the people tho coffeo, mum by putting in a foorth by the full restoration of silver to its quarter. " Kansns City Stur. old companionship with gold. We need the assistance of the people in An Ktcvatnr' Trlpn. Whilo I was wuiting for a Laolcde disseminating the truth, to which end building olevator to begin its journoy we invite all in your selection of paupward I hurvoyed tho uniformed conductor and wondered how far ho traveis pers for the coming season to include without "covering nny ground" in tin the Enquirer, that costs only $1.00 a courso of a day's journey. year. (Issued twice a week.) 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Complete short stories by popular writers will coutinue ta be a feature of the MAGAZINE. arti-ltaes ono-qnart- oue-qunrt- r thrco-qunrtcr- Sonet Fqp ttturtrated Praspnaus. of the Post-Dispatc- MAGAZINE begiu with the Numbers for June and December ot each subscriptions mV: will begin with the Number current at the time if receipt of order. Cloth cases, for binding. Ji each-- by mail, postpaid. Title pjge and tudex sent on application. Remittances should be made by PoslOtlite Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance ol lost. Newspapers are not to copy tins advertised! 'U out the exp less order of Harper & Urother The Volumes Vh0n,t"nUoned, V?f"J1'& . z&y - -- ij'j -- j w nlft - r'T - .. . , iiaifr jrgrwn -- i. JW..,-w;ra- y e J. I t rrt ,,J. i S til '! 1 f A ti x At 23 25 25 25 i it These Trices and Then Decide Where to Buy Your Christmas Goods. Si 00 . 1 LOOK! - IIOW ZEKE WAS KILLED. A MODERN JONAH. AIM. Strnngo Rtory from tho Grn: Inff Ed Holand, of New York, was in District of Montana. the city tho other day, says tho Homo A Only Itnlnnil Win Htritllmrl by nn Kutor Inatcnil of n Wlmlo. FIRE ! At once. -:- - FIRE I ast i ll It !0? r; ( A strnnge story of a Mticldo lms 47 readied Cascade, Mont., from tho Suit 42 river country. a man of 39 middle ngc and Zeke Tracey, tho Crow foreman of i. if j Har ranch, appears to have given tin 20 excuse for this yarn, the truth of which 15 Is vouched for by such reliable ranchIS men ns Ted Osborne and Jack Flaherty. Tracey, it appears, came to 10 try about ten years ago. this counHo said ho 10 was an Indianian, but there is reason 35 to believe that ho came from Fayette 10 county, Pa. At any rate Tracey took up u claim near llireh creek, planted 15 wine trees, built a comfortable .shuck 25 and started to raise cattle, lie was 15 getting along with profit to himself 10 when of a Midden one night in March u ! 25 blizzard swept over the country and de 20 stroyed nearly all his stock. Trnecj' took this misfortune philosophically. ' " Lemons.... 1 15 Ho had saved some 11101103 l"'l with " liananas 10 the capital ho had in bank prompt! v " tat I 25 restocked his range and bet about to 6 Boxes Sardines... x Bushel Bolted Meal 55 unnke another splurge in the business. Just as things were going right lightning struck his shack and burned It, And lots of other Bargains too numerous to mention. Then a season of drought set in and Uirch creek, which up to this time had : : :. been considered a live stream, dried up nnd loft the stock without water. CatThat we sell goods Cheaper than any other house in the city. Lots tle lay all along the white bed of the creek. And they all bore the brand of of Xmas goods, dolls and toys. Tracey's iron. They lay with their tongues shriveled up nnd their oves bulging out like door knobs to n drunken man. Stanford, Ky. On Depot Street, Below Carpenter House, Tracey lost heart nnd sold his range a 20 pounds Granulated Sugar " Light Brown Sugar " Stanford No. 1 Flour " Stanford Fancy Family Flour. Stanford. Belle of Lincoln Flour I package Arbuckles, 4X or Lyon's Coffee 3 pound cans California ApricotsPeaches 3 " Nice Table Peaches 3 " Pie Peaches 3 " Nice Apples 3 Best Citron 2 1 Best London Layer Raisins. Best Dates 2 Best California Prunes 3 ' Stick Candy 2 ' Nice Mixed Candy 1 2. ' Mixed Nuts... 1 Dozen Laree Oranges ! Ilunrlinian, I.olnc Ilnitrt on Account of l'lnnnrtal Troulilm, Cnncnt to Ilr- k n l'Utnl Turcot'for Otin of lit Friend. 00 life. When a boy his parents owned n winter homo near Sauford, Fla., which is near Dunn's crook, whore there are still more alligators than can be found any place else In Florida. At the time mentioned it was literally swarming with the huge reptiles, and the Inrgcsit ever killed wore here, one measuring over fifteen feet In length. Young Roland had gone with Ills tion of being tho only person living who was swallowed by an alligator Tho saurian swallows his prey whole and digests it at leisure, and it is to this characteristic Hint Holand owes his (Oa.) Hustler. IIo enjoys tho distinc- "Procrastination is the thicrof time. "J Delay no longer, but see iKLaurtoy The Insurance Man, Union Central Life Ins. Co; iMrenun's Fund, National Fire of Hartford, Mechanics and Traders, Pennsylv mil Fire Ins. Co.,' and as many more gilt edge Comp mies. A calendar for the asking. Mi', mw... ' StMHl'.'i 1 . m Mil I. III. I tm 'sa. wri -t v CALL AND BE CONVINCED -- 5r , 2 -- 5ifei&aK, 1- S5sT- TUP llUIMII.K SUAI.l.OUl.lt KIM E. L. REINHAET'S Cheap Store, TO MY PATRONS . mro Wh Having soTd' my stock to Withers & Hocker, I am very .. H J ' Closing Up all of My Business And I therefore ask that all who owe will parents to a jviiu on the St. John's riwi near the m utli of Dunu'n crock, and wandered awuy from them. Suddenly a huge '"g'Uor" emerged "" --from a small lake and started toward for a saddle, a ponj anil a the creek, coming immediately by the pair 6t new chaps. That was two years place wlieiv tho lmy was seatwl on tho ago. Then he rode down from the bank kicking pebbles. The child north and struck the Sun rivor country, started to run but. stumbling, fell whore he hired himself out as a fore- head llrst immediately in front of the man of the Cross Itar ranch. reptile, wMiioh swallowed him at once. Tracey was three years on the Cross Young I'olaiuVs screams wore heard. Ilnr ranch. When tho range got too and the parents reached tho fccne Just short for cattle he was pluccd in charge In time to see their son disajirM-a- r dow n of the 10,000 sheep that were turned the huge throat of the saurian The loose on the stubble. There were father, never dreaming that the l.y months nnd months when the men nt was not killed, shot the alllgat'ir. the Satisfaction Guaranteed. tho shacks never saw him. He grew ball fortunately striking him in the more and more morose and one dny, eye and penetrating the brain. The desirous of. after havingrouudeduphis great drive feet of the l)oy were protruding from Bran, of sheep, he sat down in the shack and the mouth of tho alligator, and w 1th wrote this letter to his friends along the thought of only obtaining his rethe Sun river: mains for burial, the reptile was cut EL , y.-.- Zi' X' Ji wsX., -- g..-ytrfi Sft 7 bark-eatin- g Flour and Corn Meal IS THE VERY BEST. USE NO OTHER. Soldby all Gioccts. For And Seeds. Wc arc Headquarters The Stanford Roller Mills' Shipstuffs, Crushed Feeds, Corn, Grain, ! COME IN AND SETTLE, In ,1 . I There were signs of life, and after several hours of hard work the father succeeded in resuscitating the y, the only sorious injury Wing to trail? Yours. his ankles, which had been crushed by Thsckv. It takes time for lcttcrsito travel in the reptile's teeth when ho was iu tho this country. It was a week before hu throes of death. Since that time Itolnnd has loon a cripple, but only to the extent of having to wear steel braces on his ankles. QUEER A Caoss IIak IIancii. Nov. 23. I am sick of ths wbole thine There la nothing In living nnd t am thinking of how I might shift the luok ami tacklo a new ranco as a dead tmn. If It is not spoiling any came will you kindly suggest a open. J. BATJGHMA1T & CO.. Props. PLAYMATES. flalf-llltn- d Without further delay. I can be found at the old stand lor the pres SI ti - l I cnt : H JtO'l t READY TO ,ltlll 'I : SELL : YOU GOODS : l"5wvC3 cAJzzsx THKHK WAS A FLASH. O 'fjfve you a receipt for those already bought. earliest possible convenience. Please Call at your Mack Huffman. TWO MORE DAYS In Stanford, Ky. ! Don't Miss This The Greatest Sale on Record LESS TDHZJLIN" COST I To Buy Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, &c, at Follow the crowd and come at once to the Farewell Sale of received an nnswer. After that the re plies came thick anil fast. Some of them were found in an old satchel which was stuffed away in the room where Zeke kept his saddle ami ropes. One of them read as follows: rUUOKEN Wiixowr CllXLK. EKE TKAI'EV Your letter is at haml tke my pencil In hnnd to make n deal I will irlvo you a rliinra You know I am pretty h inlv with tho rop" Now here Is tho (?umt) I will lope down to your ropo. You will meet RiiacK witn n norse-ua- ir me. We will hitch a to tho top of a post. You will plant jnursulf Miuurch In front of tho gun say thirty feoL Then I will half-coc- k tho Iron. moo away sixty fot and make three swings at the hammer of the gun Iff don t ropo It. throw tho linininer back. Ilro tho Iron nnd carry you where yoj scero to want to (jo. you are to take three cracks at me. you to hold tho gun lint mind you. I am to hnvo three trials at tho hummer with tho rope, unlit er 33. ff F. CT02STES &c SOIsT I men were friends and it is prohahlo that Mj'ers, having no desire to seo Zeke whet his mood with a gun play, suggested this outlandish method in the hope of staving off the herder's suicidal mania until such time as he should recover his mental balance, flyers at the shack at the appointed Buy now for the Holidays. time. His horse-hai- r rope was slung to Buy with the Cash. You make the time clear by getting'Jmorc his saddle. Zeke was ready for the experiment. Tho gun was securely fasgooJs for your money. tened to a part of the barb wire fence, The Cash Furniture Store is the place to buy good designs and get the hammer was lifted to a and then when all was In readiness big bargains. Myers Hung the coil at the stem of the bluo steel. He misled it by a yard as ho doubtless expected to do. Again ho whirled his right arm about his head and an instant Inter tho slender ropo Opposite the St. Asaph. wns spinning through the air. Its nooso caught the hammer as snugly as though it had dropped over the head of a steer. There was n Hash, a puff of smoko nnd a sharp explosion. Zeke btood upright for n moment. Then he tottered, and finally fell in tho bunch grass, with a bullet squarely between CURES HEALS the eyes. Myers was paralyzed with Colic, Cuts, fear and terror. Had he attempted to Cramps, Burns, x ropo the moon and succeeded he could DlarrHoea. Brulsss, not have been more surprised. Seizing Flux, , Beratchss, tho dead man about tho waist ho Cholera Bites of Morbus, dragged the inanimnto form to tho Animals and Nautea, Bubs, Etc. bhnck and told the story of his strnngo Changes of experiment Tho body was buried tho Tastes Good. Water, Etc. next morning, nenr tho spot where it Smells Good. fell. Osborne and Flaherty, rango BREAKS UP A COLD. hands at tho Cross liar, rode in U SOLD BfUrWHUE-- 25 AND 500 PlR BOTTLE. NO BiUlf, NO PAY. Cuscadc, accompanied by Myers, who 50c size coauloi two and one half times as much as je bottle. promptly surrendered himself to tho HERB MEDICINE CO. 3PRINQPIELD, 0. sheriff. It is not likely that ho will be 1 as it was a cast in a million, and j will scarcely bo accomplished again. ay-peare-d WHEN TO BUY, HOW TO BUY, WHEBE TO BUY. thnt Zeke thought well of the proposition, for it appears that he invited Myers to do this worht. The I'loaso answer It is evident hen Mvrits. for Ita Companion. William Rogers, of Oak Tark, a suburb of Chicago, has a cat that has made strange choice of ti playmate. Ho Is a I.ndicV Muckintoshcd. lnrge cat of the tortoise shell order and Ladies' Fine Shoe. alwut a year old. Kvcry morning he Fncinstors goes out to the Imrn nnd roams about Gloves, Silk and Woolen. till a queer gray rat emerges from tho Cloaks. rubbish and joins him. Tho rat is not Muffs. just what it should be in the matter of appearance. IIo seems to have met ad- Silk Handkerchiefs. versity of some kind or otherand never Mulllers, to have trot tun over 1L His Fine Shoes, shorter than nature intended It to Ihj Drew Pattern. nnd he goes lame. He Is evidently Silks for Waists. blind of one eye, for ho runs nirainst Ilimbuig), things on his left, while his right seems' . . . . l OCKCl uoosi good as ever. Hut the cat takes care of him. s Card Case, he considers that the rat would Killer Dtjw n Comfnrti, not be especially toothsome, at the Towels, nest, n natever tlie cause, he goes out Table Lin n, in uie warn in company wltli the laino gray rodent, and makes tho tour of the barnyard and the lumberyard, and then across to tho railroad water tank, and then back to the barn. They are j !I! never more man live feet apart, thecal walking steadily along, as a cat should, the rat running forward a little way at a time and then waiting, crouching and sniQlng. as is tho way with rat-- . They get a drink from the nools at the water tank and tlion stroll back in the ' Mime manner. If anyono dlstur them both run, though tho cat is not sjiy at other times. For a long time Mr. Rogers thought tho rat was quite blind and that the targe 'Cut Chonr a A XMAi PRESENT, For Ladies. For Gentlemen. Fine Shovs Fine Suapcmlcrw. Fine Half Hose. Ticf. Fine Linen Handkerchief. Mutllcnt, tut (Hove. Silk Handkerchiefs, tll ! Hat, Down Culls Comfort. Shifts, Over Gaiter. Fine Underwear. A pair of WaukenphnU Shoes. Collars, I'cr-hap- Night Shins. CALL, AND SEE US. VII3M A Kf -- BU .& 8 SOPJo COX.I.OSAX. AlUAO -; SALE ! We expect to move the 1st of Jangary to the house occupied by Mr. Mack Huffman and will make the effort of our lives to sell all the goods we possibly can before tdat time. Relief to strained pocket books will be our motto. Wc will sell more goods for the same money now than was ever sold for the same money in our city. We' want to carry as few goods with us as possible and low prices is half-coc- k The GREAT MAGNET HIS MTTI.K PLAYMATES. W. W. WITHERS, 1 LIGHTNING HOT DROPS 1 cat simply took him out and treated him, us a man might take a disabled and unfortunate friend. Hut he is now assured tho rat can see with ono eye nt least. IllffCcst lleet Kirr l'ullcd, Frank II. Lear, of Walnut township, Oallia county," O., claims to bo the champion beet raiser. Ono that ho pulled from his ;nrden Inst week measured Wc shall offer. We want to sell every Cloak and every Overcoat wc have and will make priccr do it if possible. Our men's, boys', youths' Clothing shall be cut to suit your pocket. Novelty dress goods, broad cloths, Henriettas, figured and plain black Dress goods, ladies' cloths and everything in that line must go. Men's underwear 20cto Si. 25: ladies' vests iocto$i; boys' underwear 25c to Si; ladies' godola shoes Si. 25; ourFrcnch;kidshoesj2toS2 75; we offer the best man's boot ever offered at Si. 25 to gi. 50. Besides all these we have a big line of goods for Christmas that we do not want to move. Sleigh Lap Robes, Fur Rugs, ladies', misses' and children's Muffe, Table Covers, Towels, Napkins and Dining Sets, Lace Bed Sets, Lace Gurtains, Draperies, Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear! Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Fascinators, Gloves, samples of Carpets in B." and "P. D," Corsets and everything in the 1 yard pieces, the you can get at ". and weighed 30f inches 15 In circumference pounds. t-- od, ing all tho valuables about tho houso they kissed the old lady and her two daughters, ufter which all wcro bid a friendly .good night. We want to move as few goods as possible. With yourhe'p wc hope Two thieves robbed a family nt to have very few to move. Come and see for yourself, Mo., recently. Waterloo, After secur- Wore fiwoutly Afreet Innate. LOW iOr?!i S) FBICIB Oo HUGHES & TATE.