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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895121701 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 1895 $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. oEMI VOL. XXIII. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Bat-eo- Ol weekly Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 17. 1895. HUSTONVJLLE. & X NO. 83 lung. Tho Ladles' Aid Socioty will meet n Saturday afternoon with Mrs. It. H. Lexington atreot. on Measra. Kil nml N B. Price sold Friday to Lincoln county turtle 2:2 y"rliiiR cattlo at He, averaging 010 I'm. An invitation has btien received hero llt to a uniiiiu entertainment to bo kI the Klliott IiiHtltntu nt Kirkivllloon I)ac. 'JO. Thursday evening nt her pretty home on Richmond street. Klder George Gowen iinwrhi"' tn g able discourse Sunday on "Mnsqiit of ttm mihject nil Tree," Instead nounted. It wnn well handled. though certainly very unique theme. At 10 o'clock on Wednesday morn Ing, Mr. JohnVarka will lead to the altar.Mins Laura Reynold. Both residents of this county. Mr. mid are Mrs. Parka will go to Wnyneshiirg on a bridal tour. " Tho lndiea ol the Baptist church have opened up nlmsnr at J. Joseph's dry goods atore. They have on hand a fine display ol fancy ncedlu work. Those needing or desiring such articlea would do well to patronize thia vHtahlishmept. Tho work on tho new Methodist cntirch, which promises to he decidedly the handsomest In town, will he dlcon-tinueuntil Hprlnw. Tho foundation is Uid mid eeems very Bitbstantially built and from the plan ol It we think the Methodist have right to feel much pride In their prospective clifirch building. Trice Bro'seold to (sum Anderson 'M sheep lor JIM. .Mr. Mos-- i Collier sold a milk cow and call for fJO to Mr. James Collier. Tuvls Thompson cold to Janus Mlddleton, ol Boyle, a pair ol mult a at Ho also mild another pair to Mike $1120. Simpson at 1U!. N. B. Trice sold to T. J. Trice a milk cow (or f 30. Mr. John Bnner, of the lower end of county, is tLo proud peeesor ol a the fur overcoat nude ol bearskin. A friend recently forwarded It to him from tho KocUy Mountains. It is hoped that some asplringspottHuiHii will not mlatuko him for a lonely bruin undhcatow upon huu .'-in- John K. Stormca entertainod n few frlfinla at progressive euchro mi Mrs. d There is anmo talk of having a Ohrist-inn- s tree at oiih of the churches on tho night before Cliriatmds The prayer meeting at the Proshv-torla- u church in connection with a study of tin Sthbnth school lesson of ttio fol lowing Sunday is increasing in interest ami ittti'iidiitH'o. In the BrtiiahuiHii neighborhood last Thursday morning. Mr. John II til ny died nl consumption. Shu wss buried Friday nt the Ellisbur cemetery on the Bradfordsville pike. A peripatetic vendor of self mending Holder wa-- in town last week Kathering in iiirtern from the unwary. Uh claim od to bo engaged iticnlxntally in the work of putting whisky down and while horo his success in that linn neemed to he lim ited onlv by the ctp tcitv ol n tank. UnSiturday. ttioL'lst lint., the of the Kistern Star and Mason's Daughter will ho conferred upon all Indies applying who are entitled to receive, them at Minnie Mall nt '2.30 in the al ternoon. The wife, daughter or sister of any M.ieon U entitled to these degree. Uhriptinn Cnllegu will give one week holiday at CliristuiMH. The puhlicrdinil will be out by that time. F. B Tn and Chas. Wheeler each htvu bm-tifu- l ami extensive stock of things ctl ciliated to nuke the youngsters -- and oilier folks too -- happy at Hit holiday i de-greid-w- rs wo Both are convalescing, and so far: havo heard there havo been no nr-re- If you want a present for your wife, sweetheart, sister or somebody's else's sister, You had n notice of the doath of little Jewjie. daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Florence Vowel I, who fell asleep in tho nrms of Jesus lant Tuesday. Her par- sea-to- n. n full load ot buckHhot. The two firms here have Hltuiuhl-re20,000 turkeys up to date, Xortlio ill and Fox 0.000. Xuilhootl uiakoi a Bhlpmeiit of his to Providence, It I . keeping them from four to elx daja to fatten them. They have also shipped as many ns 000 geese, paying Ic a pound; aversge weight eight pounds a goose. Col. D. It. Collier, who hah recievtd tho position of adjutant general under his friend, Gov. Bradley, la a native ol d II,-000 Garrard county, having hen born and reared near Bryantsvllle and Is a man ol pleasing maimers and is as true to his frionds aa the nee lie to the polo. It la noeuk'B to Bay hta friends are legion. He has already filled a number ol ollics most creditably, his last before this being Hurveyor ol the port at Louisville. His wife was a Miss Hoskina, daughter of Co!. William A. Hoiking one of Garrard's wealthiest and moat hcpitable cit kens iu years p.iet, who once occupied tho famous spot known a the Camp Dick Itoblnson homestead. They have an interesting family ol three chlldrer, all of whom are grown. Mrs Robert Kl kin, William lloekms Collier and Misa Fannie, an amiable, nttructivo young lady besides being n fine musician. Mr. O. M. Heedor, of Ktioxvillo, was in our city on Siturlay. Miss T.ittio Beazley has returned from a lengthy v'U to friends in Richmond and Lexington. Mr. and Mra. Thomas Stone, of Stan ford, are visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. Win Zanono. Mrs. J. . Tton and little daughter, Josephine Denny, of Stanford, are guests ol Mr. and Mra. A. O. Robin inion. W. S. Marra, ol Knoxvlllo, Tonn., was a visitor ol his mother, Mra. Margaret Marrs, last week. A. G. Haydon, of Jeesimtno, is with his uncle, Mr. Luther Glbbs. Ed Doty will spend tho remainder of tho winter at Sanibal, Island, Fla. Mrs.Gov. Bradley and daughter, Miss Ohrlstino.aroathomo for a abort atay beforo their ilnal movo to Fraukfort. Mies Minnie Pherigo, of Buckeye, ia the gueBtof herlrlend, Mlsa Minnlo West. Mr. J. 0. Lear, of Missouri, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lear. Miss Sallie Elkln has returned from a visit to rela. tives in Atlanta. A Chicago paper advisee ita readers also not to eat poach stonea They would wise to avoid feeding on cobble Hud It like. It is tho Btones, plate glass and the to look alter tho duty of a newepiper aubscrlbera. K health of its ArmeA dispatch from promiuent Constantinople to tho Associnians of 100,000 Arme-nian- s ated Press says that fully beon massacred in the Turkcaah-payln- ' nSg- - havo a million ish provinces and that half etarving in the .refugees are hiding and forests and mountains. a Tho railroad commission mako lecommendatlonfl, but aa it is number of will be paid not likely that anylattentlon we lot them to them by the legislature, railroad propaor The valuation of all la fixed at 152, 1 70,040, a erty In the State last year's val decrease ol 1383,000 over - uttioB. Tno ladles of tho Presbyterian church were to meut at Mm. Charles Wheeler's resWldnce last Thursday to f a ladle' aid aociety, but notice to thu congregation resulted in a meager attendance. It has been decided to postpone tho meeting (or orginlzition on this account until nf tor tho Christmas holulas. A telephone meige from Moreland Friday morning for all tho doctors in town to coins in n hurry led many of our people to believe thut there had been a sanguinary accident ot some sort o.u there. Dr. P. Humphrey chance I to he the only physician in town at ttio time ami he left the city with his horse iu a Vh6n he got Icixl run under whip. them tie found As t Pay ton with a pin in tho bottom of his foot. Tho doctor's little hypodermic syringe soon brought rohef to Asa, peace to Moreland and death to an embryonic sensation. Tho friend of Mrs. Winter Wright, o( Wright's store, will regret to learn that she is suffering from au ncuto mania. ItseeiiH that about three months ago in this vicinity there occurred a natural phenomenon in tho way of u precipitation ol aauio red colored milter resembling blood. Mrs. Wright observed the red, bioodliko stains on her house and about It and her mind dwelling upon tho subject and being afforded no natural solution of the occurrence, the aberration from which she now unfortunately suffers resulted. Mr. Benj. N Allon, who lives with h:s son, Dive, at Mt. Salem, met with a serious accident last Friday morning. Ho had been complaining (or several dys of feeling ill, but Friday morning was feeling it little better nnd was walking in the yard. Oa pissing uoir tho cistern he slipped and fell, striking heavily on his right shoulder, dislocating tho shoulder bUde and fracturing it at its articulation with the shoulder joint. His injuries are conHidered quite serious (or n man oi hia age. Mr. Allen has a number of friends here who will regret exceedingly to hear of his mixfortune. Harry Frye, little son o( Arch Fryo, Ins been quite sick with a throat trouble hut is uow convalescing. Mr. John Dinwiddle was taken ill suddenly last weok and has been confined to his bed since, but nt present is thought to be Bonie better. Mr. Hugh Logan, who has boon spending the winter with hlsdaugh-ter- , Mrs Ohloo Adams, at Long view, Ala., has recently experienced an attack ot heart disease. Dr. Ed Alcorn was called to see him and left for Longviow last Wednesday expecting to bring Mr, Logan home with him if hia state of health will permit the journey. Mrs. Logan went several mouths since to join her husband ou account of his failing health and we aro sorry to learn that his condition has becomo serious. Mrs. J. A. Butler nna been very sick with the grippe. Conrad Russell and John Hafley participated in an exchange of courtesies at Wolford'a store Saturday night a week ago which resulted in John getting his head broken and Conrad receiving several knife wounds. It appears that the combatants in company with several othera had been to the house of Anson Lanham for the purposo of enlivening tho spirits of a newly married couple with a serenade and bad returned on the way home as far as Wolford'a store, where an altercation ensued between John and Conrad. In the subsequent proceedings Conrad is said to have pounded John over the head with a rock with great earnestness and vim, while John returned the compliment by thrusting his trusty knife into various parts of Conrada anatomy to the number of four times once through each arm, once in the back and once in the chest; the latter wound penetrating the apex of the right insulli-ciencyo- ents havo the sympathy ol tho entire community in their great Htlliction. Leave the names ol your holiday vihltors with Mr. Juno Itdd nt tho drug store nnd their presence in your homt-will ho noticed in this column. If you know mi item worth printing leave it also and help mako tho Huetonvillo department of the Intukioh interesting to yourHoK ami others. Mr. Joo Coll'ey, the accommodating coal man nt Moreland, was in town Friday instituting a terrific kick against the railroad company on account ol the teal lug from coal cure shipped to him. He Hild the last car hn got was abort f 9 .r,0 and that every car that comes is lucking nt least 'Jo bushels. It seems that the coal oporatora ami tho railroad make the dealer stand all losses from the time the coal leaves tho mines. There aro on exhibition nt F. B. T. ill well's two fox hunting scenes, studies in crayon, by Miss Lucy McKinney, daughter ol J. B. McKinuey. These two scenes exhibit Miss Lucy'd talent in n striking wuv. She has also done considerable work iu oil, but Sfimis to be moat felicitous in studies In hhek nnd white. All appreciating such things etiould call and new thorn. Thoy aro for sale and would make in elegant Christmaa present, ornamenting any parlor. M. G. Thomson was in Danville last week on business. Mioses Ara and Em ma Wright visited tho family of Mr. Joe Wright at Junction City last weok. G. M. Givens can uow be properly nddref as grandpa. MiMes Margaret nnd Fnniuo Hopper, ol IVrryville, spent n couple of days ith their Bister, Mrs. . W. 15ruck, lust wrelt. Waller Greening j and wio are bai-- from the Atlanta position. .Mies Dollie lilUnid left Sun day a week ago to join Mrs. Eppuighoiia-euBiiieyin concert tour of several Southern States. She is at present in Ttiiinessro and report an enjoyable tmo. James Harpor returned home last Thursday night from his trading trip to South Carolina, having promptly sold ad tho stock ho took ailh huu on 1 also an additions! consignment from tho Shelby Bros. Jim stopped by to view tho At. I tnta show and while impressed by the magnitude ol it, expressed himself as rather disappointed in tho character of it. Mikj Minnie Dmwiddio was expected homo Saturday from an extended visit to n number of places. The last place she visited was Franklort where ehe witnessed the inauguration ol Gov. Bradley. She seemed to have a premonition of evil ns she gave specific instructions to her homo people wherever she chanced to bo how she might be renchod by telegraph in case anything should happen (at home requiring her presenco. The serious illness of her father at this time neeniB to have bueu an event that cast ita shadow beforo. i b-- z-- 1 t flTl m i. 4 m, JLLf Is the place to go. j FO LETS Besides every kind of Fruit, both foreign and mestic, he has do- :v yiKt . ?MXXI Ji BALL. ' Eh33k in iaawraz M IrW fas 'Piflw "filffa real KiniE of Candies. jotuuv mm m Toys and Dolls for tho children in endless variety. Chinaware and Bisque Figures for the ladies. Don't buy until you have seen his stock and gotten his prices. His store is la. J MRS. SALLY x-- n Stanford Female College The present session will be resumed alter the Christmas holidays on Monday, Dec. 30th, when several new pupils are oxpected to be added to the presant attendance. , Tho next session will begin J.m.21, and will continue twenty weeks. Mrs. Nannie S. Saulley will then tnko charge of tho achool as lady principal. Patrons will plense consult with her iu regard to the attn lance of their daughters. They will also please pay to her all tuition bills in all depirtmenta of the Wednea-neaday- Wo aro indebted to her eon, Tommy Bill, for thin Bketch of his mother, written by him: Mrs Ball wns born JuneL'S, 1S15, in Lincoln Ciurty In 1S33, at the ago of IS hIib WRHUinrried to Thomas M. Ball. Soon alter her marriage her husbpiid A world of Nuts, raisins and Cake ingredients. Big line of Fancy bought n farm four miles east of StanGroceries. ford, on Dix Hiver, where they lived till the death ot her husband, June 1. 18S!). She lived with hnr eon, T. C. Ball, till thefiMi of lant April and i now on the old home place with her daughter, Mrs. Swope. Her health is good, considering her mj, nnd she csn cook na good a bi any one ever ate and hotter than cult some girle nt la. Six children bleFBi-aro living, W. their union, five of Mrs. Mnry A. John-uo- n, M. Bill, tho eldest, Have the biggest Mrs Kl zaboth It niten, John P.Bali, Mrs. Jennie Swope and the baby, T. C. Ball, the Stanford merchant. S'ho confessed her Savior nt the ago of 18 and united with the Methodist church. She U great lover of Bro. Barnes nnd wonld make every cirort to attend his meetings to hear tno Bwent cofpl. Her life is and .In the city nnd has been on continuous effort not and children only to make her husband happy, but whu'iia'iever alio saw in comfort at her lint demandi-hinds (Jit n has she said to those she just hou till fully supplied with such food nnd raiment as thoy needed, "I would help ynu nitirt,l but there aro othSomething to suit everybody. era who need my help as well." Mrs. Ball is a natural born genius and witli her old fiahioued loom she would weave nnd manufacture every conceivable portion of bed material, as well hs wool cloth ami tow linen from which she would cut nnd make full suits for her children. She made all garments with her needlonnd thread, aa ahe had no sewing machine. Many of the old relics are still in use and as good as new. T. O. Ball has a quilt, counterpane mid blanket on hia bed these winter nights that his mother wove 45 years ago, IS years beforo Tommy was born. Her husband Is often asked, what shall I buy for a Christmas present ? May be would raise every year several acres of this list will help you and you might find ihx, wnich she would weavo into coarse or fine linen as she saw proper, for towels, table clothes, napkins, sheetc, pants, coats, veots nud mill sacks. Some of the sacks aro still in use and will hold four bushels of gram and are as strong as buck Among the following articles. skin. Mrs. Ball is a model woman, pure, lovely nnd loving, good, noble nnd kind for gentlemen: for ladies: in the highest degre-i- . Her home is your Fancy Shirts,' Fine Shoes, home. The hungry and tho poor are Linen Handkerchiefs, Fine Purses, Gloves, Ties, Towels, never turned from her door without Silk Handkerchiefs, kind words of comfort nnd a morsel to Table Linens, Silk Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Muffs, est. To know her is to love her. Moquett Rugs, Linen Handkerchiefs, Rugs, Headquarters for Oysters, Celery, Fish, Game, &c. CRAIG & H0CKER, Cash Druggists, TMAS " Stock NOVELTIES or i Books, Albums, Dolls, Toys, Vases Mirrors, Etc. Your Inspection Solicited. Everything Cheap. The Question THE; &H&WER Fur Fine Blankets, Cutis and Collars, T. C. Ball Underwear, College. Miss Km m a L. Martin will continue to fill the ollice of presiding teacher in the Study Hail, to whom pitrons will report for the enrollment and classification of And many other useful present!. iSTDon't forget our Cloaks and Dress Goods when considering buying a present. Also Boots, Shoes and Rubbers. SEVERANCE & SON. their daughters. Miss Mary Oowan will retain her pres out position as principil of tha depart inent of instrumental and vocal music, to whom all music pupils will apply. Miss Mnry P. Harris will continue to tench primary and preparatory classes, nnd will have charge ol pupils in art and elocution.. She expects next session to have pupils in China painting, aa well as other branches of art. All pupils In art and elocution will roport to her. I desire to express my thanks to the poople of Stanford and vicinity for their liberal patronage during the present session and tn solicit a continuance of their patronage for the next session. So shall we bo able to build up the College to a higher degree of etTlcienoy and success. For training young teachers and quail lying them to do better work in the achool room, I propose to establish a Normal branch next session, if the number of applicants should be sufficient to justify the organization of the class. I propose also, on the eame conditions, Clasa in to establish a English and American literature desiring to enter either of thes class ea will pleas call on or address Poet-Graduate BeIn Ye Wise, which is that good. And come with the great crowds that are rushing to our great sale every dayjbeiorc it is too late. If you intend to give presents to your The country is now paying Grover children or your friends and relatives, come buy that which is good Cleveland flo'O.Go a day to hunt ducks, at and useful. XLLE5T O. TnUIUUJf least that's what he ia doing for the money. The finding of bodies of poople in the dissecting rooma of the Kansas Medical College at Topeka caused a mob to form with the avowed intention of sacking the building and Gov. Morrill had to order out a battery and Napkins, two infantry companies to protect the kerchiefs, well-know- n Blankets, Comforts, Talk Linens, college. La-di- es Wh.Shilton, President. J. W. Ferstuaon, who owned 6,000 acres of land in Bourbon, died Saturday. Out of a total vote of 357,857 cast in tho late election, the prohibition ticket received 4,180, and the Kentucky New Era, the official organ of prohlbitioniam, "The thereupon cheerfully remarks: outlook ia far from discouraging." The 7ew Era la one of those happily constructed souls which is greatly encouraged whenever a house falls on it. Towels, Lace Curtains, Portierres, Lace Bed Sets, HandGloves, Underwear, Dress Goods, Silk Waists, Clothing, Shoes, or something that you know will do your family good even to the return of another Christmas. There has been no such a sale and those who are wise will be found in the great throng before it is too late. If yoe are too late don't blame us. We give all people notice. The sale is now in its heighth and you must come if you serve your self right. GlugowTinM, HUCHES & TATE. 7 I M f nnd she's very careful, sir. I couldn't do bettor myself." Listen to tho Christmas bellsl Sho glanced up nnxlouslynt H10 wooden While nil tho world Is praying, countenance beforo her. What torriblo Pablltined Every Tuoaday and Friday Thoy nro pealing, swelling, telling, AT thing was ho going to sny next? And this Is what the bolls nro saying: VJiLA-K- , IN AJDV.AN,a38. "Mrs. Murray, the woman has sent this C2 child to say that sho is too 111 to come. ft'cnro tho voices of vedns nnil mjws so paid 3H.50 will be chirged.T WrWhen not We nro tho tongues of prophet nnd priest, That will do. You will oxcuso heruutll We nro tho lips of tho Mbilant tdpopor she recovers." Who dreamed of a K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. In tho purplo oast Mrs. Murray went back to her own Hntd by tho gates of tho mystical morn room and fell Into a chair. If It hod been m ml 3 p. in. Trains leave Stanford .17:15 Nbn the Clirist wos born. consistent with thedlgnltyof Mr. Huberts' arriving at 4:30 p. m. and otM p. m. We nro tho pmyors of tho wandering ningl housekeeper to stagger, sho certainly On Syrian diverts ull level and lone, would have staggered. Sho kept repenting L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Vfo nr th chorus of Juiltvan shepherds, to herself: "Did you over?" and "I can't Wo aro th notes that f mm hisivcn worn blown believe It." She said afterward that you Ko. a4. Train going North u 11pm ).e golden throat of un nngU's horn " " No, 6. " might have knocked her down with n 3t5m Whim the Christ wns born. m " South 12 04 p No. 95, straw, though that was llguratlve, of " No. 3, tj pin VTe ;. Semi-Week- ly (nteriorJournh VOICES OF THE BELLS. P3B sit here before the fire till I come hack. I'll take John and go down and mo your mother." In another minute the sound of her retreating footsteps had died away, nnd tho old gentleman, peeping from behind tho screen, saw a little llgure sitting before the fire, gazing Intently into tho glowing home- - mid -con-clous Holiday Ezcursions! Christmas, 1895, New Year, 896. 1 dr. w. HciitlKt, : Office on Main Street, b. PEinnr, BIG : 4 Onc-Thit- : BOTJTE, Sl tr -- 1 m This was the beginning of Marjorio's visits to the great house on the hill. Her Trains pass Junction Lity as follows: mother did not come again, but every day No. 1 South it 37 a m No a North ...3.6 p m tho big sunlMinnet went tolling up, nnd " ...146pm " 3 ' 11.35 am " 4 " " " then tho glint of the golden hair would bo ...3.13 am 5 Chicago Time. itoi m " 86 " " i.oijam 7 ..3.37am seen In the great roomswhere no child had " 9 840pm " 10 " ...600a m ever strnyed before. Not that she was Note. No. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no fur or laughing, any SANTA CLAUS CAME. way. Sh' would sit inor childlike In room her than Junction City, nor on Sunday. Mrs Murray's for hours, with Iter hands folded on her lap, watching tho lady at her work and "If you please, sir" sometimes talking softly, or she would "Kb? What now?" follow her from room to room, gazing Tho crusty old gentleman turned suddenly nnd shnrplyund glared from beneath with rapt delight ntovery beautiful object. Mr. Hoberts knew that sho was In the Ills shoppy uyobrows ot tho little llgure be- house, but he snld nothing. He was conside him. Tho figure was that of a girl 8 scious sometimes that the child stopped years old porhnp, but small and frnll. Sho near him nnd stood with her hands behind wore an enormous sunbonnet tliat might her, regarding him with grave scrutiny, liavo been itinilo for tho wlfo of the giant but he did not drive her away, as ho might Blundorboro, so out of proportion was It to have been expected to do a few weeks betho dlinlmitlvo wearer, nnd out of its fore. Ho was In his study ono morning when depths peered a thin llttlo face, with big, ho hoard Mrs. Murray como into tho adfrightened brown oyes. Her clothing was joining room. Tho door was ajar, and, so clean and noattlutt ono scarcely noticed softly as she spoke, her words cumo to him how cry poor It wns, and as sho stared up distinctly. Into tho torriblo faco abovo her ono of tho "That was a present from my son Inst llttlo feet wriggled uneasily in tho depths Christmas," sho said. "Dear boy! He of tho costly ruir. never falls to Knd mo something every "If you plea?, sir, mother said to tell Christmas and every birthday." you that she couldn't como up today Then camo a small voice, full of wistful she's slek." moaning: Absolutely Puro. "Mr-Tho childish treblo was n llttlo shaken Murray," It snld, "do you llko time, for tho shaggy A cream of tarter baking pow this closo to her, nnd theyeyebrows wero Christmas?" gave tho old very "Why, MarJorlo!" was tho shocked der. Highest of all in leavening pi nt Ionian n look that was torriblo beyond "Why, of course, I do! Everybody likes Christmas!" strength. Latest United States bollef. Ho was In n dreadful temper, this crus"I don't," said tho small vnlco such a Government Food Report. ty old gentleman, and nothing made him desolate little voloo It seemed. I had ROYAL BAKING POWDEE CO., angrier than for poor people to get Into his rather leave ChrUtnms out of the year." house. Ho hated tho sight of poverty, and "Mnrjorle!" No words could express 106 Wall Street, New York. nil his servants had special orders togunrd tho horror nud amazement in Mrs. Mur- place. Was that old Mr. Roberts tiptoeing gates nnd to sec that no ray's tone. 1 the doors nnd tho moan of woo or want ever reached his "I would!" Tho small volco had grown nomas the room to keep from startling tho ears. And yet, after nil, tills little beggar thinner and higher In It sjHilnful Intensity poor llttlo wnlf sleeping en his hoorth rug? New goods of the latest styles just received. had slipped past tho bolt and bar into "What's the use of a Christmas Hint neve? ws that the sordid old man whom even line Call In and tee the largast and best asserted ever brought to Stanlord. Prices as low as the his very study, where his own servants gets to somo people at all' There wns lit-- ; lii.i friends had cumo to call a niero money scarcely dared to enter. lowest. tie lame Peter Franks, who lived In tho machine, tlmt man whoso hands tremhl.-Elegant line Linens and Embroidery Material. I don't know what dreadful thingmlght room opposite to ours, and, oh, he wanted a he unpinned tho llttlo note and spread MISSLICCIE HEAZLEY, have happened if it had not been fur that a Christmas so much. Mrs. Murray! Ho It out before him? Stanford, Ky ono little word "mother" In tins child's used to hang his stocking up every year, Dn.vit Sasta CLArsB When yon cnm to fluttering speech Children so seldom every single yinr, and ho always thought night plea look at mo. I'll tie down on the nig. A. G. Laubrn- speak tho word nowadays that It gave a there'll be something in It nest morning, John 3. Cattletna.1. Yuuvnevi r awn mo befon. Ymi iibtit llttlo shock of surprise. Instantly ho found but there never was anything not a sin- give me bat pints fill Out ;.ts k!n hlm.-e.up with thine fr umtlur ahi-- sMt. I looking beyond tho child, at an gle thijiu and now poor Peter's dead, old, long forgotten scene a llttlo cabin, and ho never had a Christmas in all his the tix o they wuulih nt drvp mt. Thi- due Ba s win asd thing and himxrcnt. with a white country road winding pant It life!" Makjohh: H01.MIW. Iter and an awkward boy going down tho road, "My dear! My dear!" Fur n long time the old man sat In the stopping at tho last curve to wttvo his The old gentleman in tho study heard hand to his mother, who stood in tho door tho exclamation, nud ho knew tlmt tho chair before tho fire. Something within watching him go out Into tho world. volco that uttered It was full of tears. Ho him wns brooking tho cold and selllih crust Then ho remembered himself and asked roso hastily and slipped out of the study that years had helm-i- l to form. He .sat sharply: nnd then ordered his carriage and went there looking from the sleeping vhlld to tho forlorn llttlo stocking and from the your mother, "And who BAKBEK &OASTLEMAA why should sheIscome here?" pray, and driving. following was stocking to the child, it wns the first time The day Christinas ovo. a htocklug had over boon hung up in his MANAGERS, "Pleao, sir," Said tho quavering llttlo Carriers from town wero busy all dny voice, "mother's tho dust woman." bringing In the presents that ho had house the Urst Unto! Suddenly tho old gentleman rso. Ho Chsamorce Building, LouiBvlllr, "Tho what!" ejaculated tho old gentlo-ma- bought for tlio servants, and there was with another dreadful frown. great happiness In the servants' hall, with lifted the child gently and laid her on a Agents throughout tne South "Sho comes up once a week and dusts much confusion and many awkward at- couch which had always Ikiui Microti to her explained tho child. tempts the TBIBELS, Local Agsat "The housekeeper hired her. Sho says sho off every to thank tho master, who waved his own use and covered and with rugs. W. astonished such attempt with an alrof lofty Then ho went Miftly out STANFORD, KV doesn't feel equal to it herself, and mother patronage. Outside of this family of serv- tho unsuspecting servants by appearing does it so nicely." ants ho had nover given any one n proont nmong them and ordering the carriage. 'r iOU AKKOOlNG Could this bo old Theodore Rolierts, tho "Aha!" muttered tho old gentlomnn in nil his life. He had never contributed with an angry gleam in tho eyes under to charities, publlo or private. He had Inono" machine, tho sellNh, brusque, lrrl- R thoso fearful brows. "So Mrs. Murray never helped tho poor Indeed ho had nover lame oiu man, tins man who went, irom store to store, ordering and buying and THK brings outsiders into tho house when my listened to their appeals. back is turned, does she? They're all Ho had lnijxirtant business In nnother spending money as ho had neer spent It alike, n pack of cheats and robbers! I'll city which would keep him away all iH'fore? Could this bo tho Mr. Roberts teach her to violate my confldonco and fill through Christmas week, ho explained to that Mrs. Murray knew, this man who my houso with irresponsible people! You Mrs. Murray, and ho must leave that oven-in- went Into that sickroom, followed by a mny stay in this room till Mrs. Murray In the afternoon ho muflled himself great hamper filled wlth"wluo and things conies. Do you hear? And then I shall In greatcoat and furs nnd drove away, and and house rent?" Was this tho man that have a message to send to your mother." as soon as tho carriage was half way down all the charitable organizations slum mil, Louiivillc t, Nashville R. R. Ho rang tho bell violently and ordered the hill tho servants relaxed from their this man who drove alxitit half the night, that Mrs. Murray bo sent to him as soon usual stiff propriety and began to onjey leaving behind him a trail of Christmas rejoicing, mingled with snob blessings as as she returned. Having made this satis- themselves in their own way. the hoe for you, as its Ii factory arrangement, ho took up his paper A telegram was handed to Mr. Rolierts ho had never hoard beforo? And who was it that drovo up tho hill again nnd ignored tho little figure in the nt the station as he was about to buy his sunbonnet. ticket. What little things sometimes ot last under tho silent stars, with carMake close connections at dozen Hut before lie whole couro of a Tho In- riage full of bundles and with a strange, LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI there was a light had read ahis arm, lines chnngo tho thus received madelife! trip un- - soft feeling tugging at his heartstrings? touch on and formation tho For all points. tho browu eyes wero looking up into his. nece.o.sjiry, and after loitering about tho Ho smiled as he went, ami yet he had to THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. may I look out of tho win- city for awhile ho returned homo on foot keep wiping bis eyes. He was glad It was "Please, sir, BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH dow whllo we're waiting!'" nnd entered his house quietly by a sldo dark, mi that no ono could see. of for any information enquire Agent, And what strango figure was this In tho He was so astonished that ho could not door. JOES. KICK. llgure reply for a moment, hut ho did finally glvo atamora, ivy Sounds of boisterous merriment camo study nfterward, tillswns so that moved so busy stutllng a scornful grunt of assent. from tho servants qunrtors, and theuwn- - stealthily and that Thoro was silence in tho room for a long er of tho house frowned ominously. So the stocking until it was ready to burst, tlmo. Not a clock ticked, for old Mr. this was tho way they took advantage of ami pinning things all over the outside of THE ATLANTA alIt until the bnmzr Mercury Roberts could not endure tho ticking of his nbsoneo? to stagger under his burden? What leaf stirred, not EXPOSITION clocks. Not a stillness dlsturlieda cricket Ho made his wny to his study, unseen mostcome over the old gentleman whom so chirped. Tho him at by any ono, nnd shut himself In a lonely, hail WILL HE HELD last, and lie looked up. Tho child was out selfish, desolate old man. Kven the lire, many people envied nud whom nobody Sept. 18thto Dec. 31st, 1895. on the little balcony, leaning on tho stone which still burned in the grate, annoyed loved? beforo day Mrs. Murray, coming Just balustrade. Her bonnet had fallen off, him, and ho withdrew behind a screen On ground traversed by rith 'pits, over which Sherman threw the first shell into Atlanta 31 years and tho sunlight, falling on tho mass of and threw himself Into an easy chair. Ho softly in, found him sitting by tho fire, brown hair, wovo it full of gleams of gold. heard Mrs. Murray como in after awhile, watching tho sleeping child. ago, the Exposition Is fast taking shape. The facilities ot the great "It'll bo a Mid time for her," sho said. Another touch on his arm there sho but sho only moved about softly and dewas again. Her hand such a llttlo morsel corously, setting things in order, and ho "Her mother's gone, and whatover's to of a hand trembled with some now emodid not speak. Sho was just passing into become of the llttlo thing I don't know." tion, and her eyes shone with a strango tho sitting room when sho gave it llttlo cry "I don't see why the child shouldn't stay hero, Mrs. Murray," said tho old genlight. of alarm, followed by the exclamation: "It must bo nice to live on a hill!" was "Mercy me, child How you frightened tleman, with hisho face turned tho other way. "It would somo extra trouble for ROUTE what she said. mol" And Its connections to Atlanta, together with low Tho old gentlomnn In tho armchair had Murray," said a thin llttlo volco you, but I dare say you would not mind It." "Mrs. railway rates, will enable the people to make a de- nover been more astounded In his life. Ho Mrs. Murray managed to articlightful trip at but small expense. a volco that Mr. Roberts had heard be- ulate. Queen & Crescent runs superb vestibuled stared at her and forgot to say anything. The foro "I'vo como up hero to btay all Then tho old gentleman turned around, trains with through sleepers and carrying Parlor, "I have always wanted to live on a Cafe and Observation Cars, from Cincinnati direct hill," sho went on. "Our houso Is away night!" sho saw what was shining on his Tho listener bohlnd tho Hereon heard and Atlanta, passing through Georgetown, Lexingto ton, Someriet and Harrlman en route. More than down yondor, and you can't see anything Mrs. Murray fall into a chair and again cheeks. "Do you seo that stocking, Mrs. Mur100 inilea shortest line Special low reduced rates but tho houses" across tho street. Hut up to the Exposition Ask your Queen A Crescent hero you can look so fur, and the sky's so sho cried, "Mercy mol" ray?" ho cried, In a volco that sho had gent something about it In detail. Write to "I just had tocomol"tho eager volco closo to you. Don't you think people can went on. "Mother's very, very sick nnd nover heard before. "That's tho first stockA. J. LYTLE, D. P. A., - Chattanooga, Tenn. bo bettor whon they llvo on n hill?" ing that was over hung up In my houso. sho needs things, Mrs. Murray and mayCUAS. V. ZELL, D. P. A., - - Cincinnati, OJ Tho newspaper fell to tho floor unheeded, be Santa Claus might bring 'em if ho knew It looks homelike, doesn't It? I have that we'll have stockings hung up For free inforrr atioo and printed matter. and tho crusty old gentleman and tho litand how 13 ho to know when ho never "WVC. R1NE ARSON, G. PA.,-- Cincinnati. tle girl looked at one another. After comes thoro? Hut I knew If I went to every year. And here's n child that needs awhile tho old gentleman went to tho bal- some fine house he'd como nud find me, a home, and, thank heaven, I'vo a homo to glvo her." down to tho roofs of tho and so I camo here." San Francisco. cony and looked In Portland. The child slghod and stirred and then crowded houses tho narrow streets "Poor child! Poor child!" .To the suddenly sat up. nud then away to tho far horizon. Mrs. Murray had gathered tho littlo "Did ho come?" she cried ongorly, with This beautiful homo ot his crowned tho waif to her bosom and was rocking her look at the bursting upsummit of this purplo hill and was softly to and fro. Tho old gentlemnn bo- a dazed gentleman beside herstocking, and ,.Via Th gathered her lifted so far abovo tho noise and dust and hlnd the screen could see that by the shad- tho old wretchedness of tho city that lay bolow. ow on tho floor. Ho could see, too, that up In his arms and said: "Yes, my llttlo ono, ho cnmol" PhilaTruly, It was a pleasant thing to llvo on a tho housekeeper was furtively wiping her delphia Times. hill. He had never thought of it beforo, eyes. but nil at once ho fancied himself down Presontly sho rallied nnd said cheerily: nmong those miserable tenements, looking The nuasUn Christina. "I'll tell you what we'll do, MarJorlo. CWCAtO Rti S7i)"tQUISVIttt.MtWAtBAIlf up nt this beautiful homo and thinking I'll go right down nnd see your mother, In many parts of Russia, particularly In how near to heaven it reached. nnd you shall go with me, nnd, who provinces from tho populous con- Only,Dining'Car Route From There was a hurried tap ut the door, knows, maybo Santa Claus will como ,.., rsi.a remote nillitHfvl! fill m.tpr, nu If ittn, fa and Mrs. Murray presented hersolf. Her there, after all." was when first Introduced. Families, comfortable figure was attired still In the replied tho child friends nud often small neighborhoods "Oh, no, he neat dress that she had worn in the street. with sorrowfulwon't!" one house for celebrations. don't Her round face was wreathed with smiles, know that place! conviction. "You nover gather atot that bouse at 011011 becomes Tho the nilstresa Santa Claus lias ElegantjPullmsn Vestibuled but sho was obviously liutterud nud quak- heard of It! Ho goes to rich people's , supremo manager of all the services nnd Slaeoera of Modern Pattern. ing with fear. so I've como here, and I must festivities, oven to selecting tho young Formapt'or any information, address "Did you leave word that you wanted houses, and tonight oh, I must, Mrs. Murray I men each escort K.'H. UACO.V to see me, sir?" sho asked and then waited see him care for any ..ther Christmas after of a who shallyoung bo tho special "eleo-thiTHANK I. lady. These I don't certain d. y. a.. U. r. Agent, 5- 1for tho blow to fall. Louisville tonight, ou moth- - tlons," as they are called, coming In tho Chicago. but I must "Mrs. Murray," said tho old gentleman er'e account, yousee him season for betrothals and associated as know." In his stlffoit and most formal mannor, Be SURE dismayed sllenco on There St. Paii. "am I to understand that you have em- Murray's woj n but presently she said:Mrs. they are with tho mystlo Influence of the i Denver. part, mistletoe, often lead to festivals where the ployed n wciuun to come hero once a week I "Well, come along Into Mr. RoberUV olive branch joins the holly and orange Route, and dust tht ' " Yea, sir. Mrs. Holme her name U, study thank goodness he's away from blossoms. Selected. s, QUEEN CRESCENT. re the teardrops of grief nnd of sorrow, Wo are Mic echoes of yesterday's jnln, We are h- - jubilant voice of tomorrow Lo. peace on earth! Lot thy (mod will relgnl So 01 r lips break silence on Christians mom When the Cliriet was born. course. POWDER ro-pl- y. thieves. Hut, no! When ho vent tired to look again, she was t the studv table his table wilting She had his sacred pen, which no other mortal had ever dared to touch, and she wn writing slowly and laboriously. Could presumption go farther than that? What would thee people be trying to do nox? It took her a long tlmo to write the letter, but at last It was finished, nnd she laid tho lien down with it weary sigh Then she unrolled a little bundle that had been lying beside her and shook out could the watcher believe his eyes? a stocking, a poor, forlorn, ragged llttlo stoeklugl Now what could shi want with that? Sho stood oc tiptoe and peered around tho corner of the mantel for a place to hang it. Finally something struck her fanry as suitable, mid sho liegnii pushing n heavy chair toward tho mantel. When It was near enough, she ulimbed niton it and hung tho sleeking upon the "bravo caducous" of the brouzo Mercury that ho had bought last year In Hume nnd for which ho had paid such a price! Presently she had Jumped down and was surveying tho stocking with the greatest pride. Then the note was carefully folded, and sho climbed Uhiu the chair again nnd pinned the folded paper to tho toe so coiisph uimsly that the winged Mercury seemed to stand therefor no other purpose thnn to hold up a ragged stocking for all the world to see. And then why, then she was lying down upon tho rut; with her thin cheek on her thin littlo hand, ami the listener hoard a tired sigh. After a long whllo the old gentleman behind tho screen veutured to move slightly. After a llttlo longer hn moved again and so gradually ontne out of his hiding coals. Kare Round Trip. d Otc and Dusk was settling down over tho city. of It until tho Ho had not been Tickets olll bo M bttwern all points on the auil ji. electrlo burner nbo b's table llashed Into fllg Four Route, good going l i tttumlng utilll and Jan I, itV "! sudden radiance. The Hash startled the 189s, a, 189&, inclmiVH Jan child, and he heard her moving softly For full information an 10 lime of Irsins, eic Preparing wilteany reiitceli.av ilig Hour Rnutr about. What was hhe dnlnu l K O. McCOKMACK MARTIN. probably. These chilsomething to Paw. Traffic Mgr lien l'a. and 1 kt Agt dren from the tenement districts were all Stanford, Opposite the : ICy. Poat-Otli- J. : T. : SUTT02T, UNDEHTAKEK, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Lin-ed- FOR SALK Uluc-Gras- I Farms near Two Good I can all the 11 p no I Ilustonvillc, Lincoln Co., Ky. rllLLiU. ,u will " Kc ' '" I'auuludts leiher ki on lor u,.n u.ikki auuluru or at my hume lu UiU'li- s I ) pct.ple ol West u Otiera Ins services o r ull stuck uf Colons auii Oa.cy Counties I1NII0. uu mil LaM-I) a. lariauur, Manager 93 kl) The heiisot Mrs. America llailey, deed., elTr r lor salo her two Farm, situated nti ut oiio mile rst of llutoiivllle, in Lincoln county, on the llradfotdsville turnpike road Thiae two Farm nujuni uk ia.cn iuf.iiici J,! ..v..- - .. i i imiiu aim cau oe uivmou so as 10 intiuuc HI the oth acre In tho home place ami ao' cr. The biitlilinga Ami lmprroviienls on cch ate comfottable and substantial, kaih l the latins la well watered anil convenient to g"l acliools Title and churchea Terms reasonable Mp' toitiher of us. For further inlorm.ut-1n'iM. Ky , J P. UAILrY, IIOCKF.K. Ilusiunsille, T)anJ FAYKTTK DUNLA1'. M I), J6 ville, Kr .,-,- . neliu. 1.1111s hunatiu, lauuir ORCHARD, LAWN, QABDEN All kinds el Kruit and Ornamental Trees, Shtubs, Swiall Fruits, lirae Vliue, Asparagua, Ac. At. No amenta luy dlrvcl d save money. Catalecues ou application lu v HILLKN.MKYKK, Leaingtoii, Ky. 6J ,m clr. k ; m, s liAlCIMAN I W IIaiuiimas. BARKER HOUSE, J KAKKBK. Proprietor, M.S.&J.W.Baughman, LIVERY, FE12I & SALK STAKI.R, Kentucky. Stanford, u call Nothing but turnouts will leave our .labia. Sec us for rates. In our TKOraiiTORS Somerset, - - Kentucky. Kates 1W0 DOI.LAitS Por Dav. Kriuo.trl',1 a d refurnlsho throughout. Large atul CumiiMHJinus Sample Kooma. Ilallaainl orh e ion .tttisl hv Klectrlc Hells. 47 Prompt olid pump m rvice lu guests OUR 1USTLINU ISsl'RANCK MAN, II you ss ncsi Itvirj. rUo first-cla- HARNESS SHOP You will find gvuil assortment of our man, he understands his mechanic in our Wforeprr.cms theOM Piliable MUhitan Mutu- llamcaa, liisureate lo, el llriii.lt Mich, van Havryour repairing done ly al Lifeyou lavorable plans e Ihtur . butmt-tt- ' We have a BLACKSMITH SHOP. il'ice Wlll.iriitfir.t Ti our ho la. shivr. ad 4llilt.ir TO THSS SADIES . Farmers Bank&Trnsl OK Co it all the moi write ance. He a. so represents th old reliable Central Tottacco Waih..ufof Lovtssllie, Ky., and will he glad to hate a nlwial share ol Jour pairiige, ill be irssdy iu i.witr ail lac liven that tan lie t ibrral cash aovancc-reem- a given by any atehotts mail, on umuontiiU, IhSIi in ike 1 ili be at Stanfoid ssery anil c.tiHiry court day. Pat ties wanting hesishmsiis, ptiapi ur monev anoHld adUrcss w. al rami i.ick, rsy. eg tin Prernpt attcntloa gua aim.- .warn-hou- STANrOKl). - KV . al'KI.M. AM SI' MM it k. Isacwfutly'OfgiBKCi and icadr lor business - Somcthinp; to Beautify tho Ladies. Dally ojwnifting Now Man, Somen and latest the assi.iaiKB 1. the trad that they wtl nud in uur ablt.tiihtnt me aasne eacluslvencss n style of patterns, hats and Hurts ad all the leaeitu uutdtlts m Millinery fur wlssch we aie kaovta throughout the touatry. I h.triKuinls tiriitlase tnmsaer fer the Thanking you lur past lavan, e rspect-(wllat, literally solicit year pitroHage M 1) DUUDKKAK- hrat.wed. K.TK DUDDhKAK, Mauager. We gls d Pitid up Capital of Bnxplus, . $200.00U 2i,00r. l. , - - 11 ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. lf a iw-- - insurance I Sempafiji I SUCCESSOR teTHK LINCOLN NATIONA HANK OK MANrORO, Now cleiitlg tip) with Ihr iimi asatla ami uad the sane naoawncnt. are a fly provisteds af its chatter, fully protxicd aa aiv dexiieia in NaltMS flanks, its shareholders bns h!d individual!-Uaolto the esteat ol the amount of their itncl ihcrriu at the par value thttwil, lu addition to th. amount invttted in such shales. It may act cstcutur. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully t to individual. To (hose who entrusted their buisincst to o Lincoln National HBi jl while mnaginj; th Staotor J, we w here leader our snanr thanks an will continue to transact their businra trust tbey with us, offering as a guarantee fer prompt altsa-lieeaptnesce 's 10 same, our twenty yean banking and as liberal accommodations aa are Co.. lltfUl with sound baoklRg. depe-Mtoi- s c tea-sua- ". heinft THE JUSTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Ttama,nlght and day Palrwris ak.ee in any pail of tew ti free of Charge, day Good ' Livery Attached. I it Fare A. 11 m rl Hotel $s.ch pel HAST I.N, Prep. , J DlHacroat: J. Williams, Ml. V.iuoo, . H. Shanks, Bianfotd; W. S. Stanford, BTJH.CH:, WTORTSC WEST, ' I J IS. Owsley, Stanford; S J. Kuibry, Stanford; J. II Owsley, Stasfenl; J. F Cash, Stanford: William Gooch, Sunlerd; A. W. Caipenter, MlllcdgevilU, W.'ll. Cumtuitia, Preachers! II S. it. Shanks, President Dr. J.'ll Uwsley.lCashler, W M llilghl. Teller Attornoy at Law, - - Kentucky. Otire on l.anu.icr Strl, oppo.lte the Court House Colin ti' ns receive especial atlruUon &S Attornoy at Law, Stanlord, - - Kentucky. WaUaoo B. Varnon, g. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of.STANKOKD. KY. ' Capital Stock Surplus S2OO.OO0 and AssignWill act as Ksrcutor,,Adniiuislrator ee Special attmtlon'jglvrn to Settlements ot Fs--I Division of atcs, as Atto ney and Salo all-if ants' Lands. Othce on LancaaterSl Over Sunt. W. F. McOa vo y's othc. 23,700 Double Daily Trains 11 ' ' QUEEN AND CRESCENT I Attention of the puolu is invited to the f a. that this is the only National Hank in Stanfor. Under the provisions of the Nattoual llauk are secured not only by the capita stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor at amount equal to the stock, so that deposiuirs o this institution are secured by a fund of $oo,oot five sworn statements nftheconditioii of the banl aie made each yearto the United States gov.iu Oient and its assets arc examined at stated tun' oy government agent, ihus securing additiloni and perfect safety 10 denositurs. This institution, originally established as lu. Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1838. then ned aa the Nauonal bank ol Stanford in 1M3 ant the Foil National l!anlc o sgam Stanford in iS9, bus had juai.tii.aii an uMBtcr rupled existence of 31 ears. It is better supplier now with facilities for transacting business piumpi ly and liberally than ever before in its long aiu Honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fido Claries, firms and individuals respectfully solir ted. The Directory ol this Hank is composed 01 Forestua Held, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. H. Colliei, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II . llaughuian Lincoln; J. S. Docker, Stanford; W. A.Tribble.Sualord, M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hilt, Stanford, A. S. PRICK. Surgeon Dentist, (Sll X3 HOL'SK Proprietor, - Kentucky,' Stanford, Ky, li'iiu'ing Office over McKohena- - Urug Store 10 the Owsley VHE RILEY K. U. KILEY. London. 17 - - I bare moved 10 my new Hotel and am rwttsi prepared than ever lu accoinmodMu Iht public Uood Litcry attached aud every convomenca d ur.d. uitb m a can. FRANK RILKV, R. R. Noel '& Son, ucceseorstoj. II. HlKgins, Dealers in All Kinds Stanford, of Coal, Ky. K. J. "S-slr!- " Hocker, President; Jao. J. McKobcrts, Cashier; A A Asst Caihier L. Tanner, McKluney, M. I. Miller, Mt. Vernon, Ky We will continue the coal business at Mr Hlg. r'-- s old sl nd ana will have on hand at all times will sell strutly for cash and to the interest ot the people of this will mate itpay nection to DON'T FORGErTHAT Ky. Midland R'y, Ciucluuatl nnd Frankfort and quickest between Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard Time. Only Dnect Like between THE FAVORITE MILLS, AT McKINNKV, KY., Have Just been overhauled and repaired fiom bot- w.L.tSrjri!h" f1wo.1" ,K':"oud Cily Mill llichmond, Ind aud now increased, are doing more and with capacity better work than ever before, and with the old reliable D V head miller, you are sure ol Kood Hour and lair treatment, lie suie and bring us your grinding and when buying call old and wall established brands. Favorite lor our La-- , Patent, dies' Favorite and Makers' Choice. HATES & Successor to K. L. Tanner & Favorite SON, Co. Milling d -- Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Ourllfllo, Maysvlllo, Oynthlana, Falmouth and Covington. TirueTabUNov. 3, 1895. Shortest bo-lo- w Trains NOETIWEST No. 1. No 3. No. 7. a. m. p. in. p. m, 1 00 6 jj Lv Franklort A 415 1 ao yc8 4 a8 Blkhorn " Stamping Oround 7 a; 447 a148 15 " Georgetown.ll,., 7 45 3 oj Arr. C. S. Depot 751 8 30 C Paris 3 41 4 00 TKAINS EAST. 5; " G. B. COOPER, Uvery and Feed. Stable, STANFORD, KY.i; Haviog bought of P. W. Green hit Livery and added new buggies and horses, we ara prepared to furnish bus-mo- ss x.otrisirxxii.z I I TO CHICAGO. C. 8. Depot 1007 Georgetown II 10 10 ' Stamp'g Gro'd 10 38 10 46 " Klkborn Arr frankfort A... n 00 TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. a. in. a iu, p. m. p. m. C 6 00 Lve Paris - 9 03 440 Proprietors of......... " 6 37 6 40 6 38 7 13 7 30 3 33 6 40 7 7 tj 3 813 ( , s, I 1 ",&, I I brio-a-brac- SUNDAY TKAINS. FIRST-CLAS- S Leave Georgetown 10 10 a. m; arrive Frankfort On short notice. The traveling public m. it 00 a. Frankfort 4 arrive Georgetown us alwayi ready and willing to lurnishwill find Iave 3'P (Drum- . n m men Wagons, either single or - ...II J wn.f amm- - age of ail kindest very LOW double, ol Carri. PRICKS. Tha tions form the shortest and cheapest rout to all J7 in sod ,"ul"1'""1 will also and us peo , S, deal wlli i,k ... , pointt South, Kast, North and West. la 'T' 1st W? eou.U and . apply ti their agents For further information "u TOUr no" na re .: JTii ..wC. D. UtllCAW, Gen. I'aas. Agent.. hi7i.- -.- 0- tfw vsa gr, GttO. 0. UARPKH, Hcc'r ft 0n.Sup G. B. COOPER a Myers Home Stable, Stanford, Ky. Fisskfort Ky TURNOUTS 1 ..J D-- ,1 -- 1 -- i.InZ'."'"!0 .::.";:. M i 1 i I r ...!, I,. CIIEAP CONSERVATORIES. Wlntor Window Transformed Into u Vorltnblo Fairyland. I Ttinr No llrwon Why lirerj llnim Not Have riiiirrm How to Mukn nn ImtuIIiI'h Hooiii Clirrrr nil ' ' 'TJow big did you Bay those hailstone you mvr yesterday were?" Bald tho vcrj mild-lookin- Curiosities Inrlerd. HANDY LITTLE A Wall ARTICLE. Which 1'orket for Ntatlouery Kisslly Miulr. Ii HUoulil Attractive. ' small consideration of $3: He took out tho lower kiihIi of tho window entirely and fustencd outHide the sill a deep zino 1k)V, lneiiHurlng SJ'i feet on nil hIiIi'h. It was Nupported by Iron bracket on tho oiitiiido wall beneath tho wliwlow ami then with four Hipiamt of Hkylight glaH, the Hort that is neur an inch thick and a cloudy palo preen In tint, ho put a tdantlntf roof and Hides oer tho zinc Ikix, reaching from lt outer edges to tho bottom of tho window's upper sash. This done, tho box was filled w ith earth and planted with cheap hardy ferns, bedded down with ljcopodlum and glxen color and friignuico by milling a few mignonette and cyelainen plant. It was when finished an ideul little conservatory, that she framed in by drawing tho shade down to a level with tho lower end of tho top wish and looping back her whito htco curtains. Through tho heavy glass tho autumn sun shines with Just sutiielent energy to keep tho plant In good health and tho proper tern iernt ore. Its proud owner satisfies her horticultural tasts by spraying tho leases once oxery HI hours from a florist's bull). All chij tin cool green nook anil the heavy glass Mint olT tho back yunls etreotually and at night tho drawn shade shelters the hensitivo plants from artificial light Then Is no renson on tho whole why every city or country house In winter, the thinks, should not have one such window Ikix to ox cry lix ing room. The chief cx'icuho is their building, for the zlua Ikix and glass are the costly items, but a closer brother or husband can put them together In the proer shaje, and Her house, she HJiyn, ta no bigger thnn window a minute, with a illiiliig-rooiojxjnlnp on n herloH of clean hut ugly hnckyardn, where neighbors will hanu out their Monday wash, no hIic coiiHtilt-ci- l n nlco llorint around tlio corner. Tho fluggcntloii wm to put off the (llringroi'. ublo view by nn arrangement of tilHiitu, and tho bill uuiHt nrctlH bo extremely uodcut. ThlH Ih what the florist did for the n This handy llttlo article especially for tho person usually of the masculine j gender, who can never remember where the ink and paper nro kept Is made of gray linen. Tho variety sold as dress linen nt 25 cents a yard, and which has a high polish, is best Tho size will largely depend on the size of paper and envelopes used. The back is made double to admit of slipping in a tablet or letter paper at the side. The pocket at bottom should be a A Mtrutrcln MutMrr. trifle larger than the envelopes and of Mrs. Yerger Toinmy, do you wanl sufficient depth to hold 50 envelopes. some nice jam? A good quality of Itristol board may Tommy Ves, ma. he used for tho foundation, and the "I was going to give you some to put linen must be decorated before covering on your bread, but I've lost tho key ol tho pantry." "You don't need any key, ma. I cm reach down through tho transom and man. "As big as hens' eggs; big ni hens' eggs, sir," replied tho citizen who always talks at tho top of his voice. 'It'H marvelous; simply marvelous! I'm sorry not to have boiiio of then; for my collection." "Why, you nro not making a collection of hailstones, aro you?" "No. I refer to the hens' eggs. guess they aro about tho smallest on record." Washington Star. g just wait until your father home." Texas Sittings. open tho door from the Inside." "Thnt's what 1 wanted to know. Now comei Coiistrta hiiiI (JixhI HomU. "Tho way of trnnBresors In lianl," As they Murnblo uloni; 'iunt)i Oiclrlonus And they otiKlit to untto un all work with their might Ana help us In gottlng good rontln. -- I A. W. llullctln. j Zi. Vis jjffl Vk' L 1 Jl'ST A Titiri.t: MALICIOUS. WALL l'Ol'KKT 10U hTATIOM'.IIY. "Kmlly, will my wife be ready in q few minutes?" "I hardly think so; her French mail has mislaid her partially." Fliegendc Illactter. ArlUu worker ut the pen Was he. but yet no nrlB. Tho kind that he attended to Not an A clever W'us used to houcfi u jiIk. N. Y. Recorder. grcal "Your practical joker, I believe?" "Yes, but ho isn't my friend any more." "What's tho matter?" "I played a joke on him tho othei day." Chicago Kecord. Made (Siivboy No. m Ton Himself. friend, Van Dooze, Is a Itiln-Kklniiril, DlfTvrriirr. Jay boy A re you and your wl fe down hero for pleusure? llusiness. J Jnyboy You did not come on biisl-ness last time? Gnvboy No. Came alone lust tltneJ N. Y. World. the diuVrunt compartments. The decor. it nil is wry simple for anything so i'Tiim'm-- , and consists of painting In ! " ign with Clilnese white, shading tin- renters of petals with green, and o'li'miiig with Japanese gold cord, (inriii-- dow ii with yellow silk. It w ill le best to cut a pattern for the different parts of stiff brown taper, bend them to the requited shape and adjust to position on the back. Now take your Bristol botird mark with H'neil and rulo where the sides of compartments should come, and with a shnrp Knife cut partly through the board. They will now bend without breaking into the lequired box form. Coxer with the decorated linen and Hue with the plain; sewing tho edges together, oxer and oxer, with gray silk. Tho txvo little boxes on top of envelope case have u rubber band piusslng from front edge of lid through the back, which keejis them closed. A narrow strip Is lilted between them in circular form to hold a small patent ink stand. At the upjier right'hund corner a spiral pen rack Is attached and the different parts aie Joined (Irmly together with gruy button-hol- e twist and finished with a twisted gold cord. If my readers desire to mako this nnd aro in doubt on any Kiiutfl, I shall bo very glad to answer uny questions they may direct to me, care Farm, Field and Fireside. The Japanese gold cord and the txvist cd gold cord will be found nt the fancy store, tuid the Bristol board at the printer's or stntioner's. Ida I). Ben-- Junt What They WnnVed, WCWEAN. The editor of tho Chump Book BRIGHT haughtily waved his hand. "I tell you wo do not care for It," ht Sho Hrto Oomo to tho United Statog repeated In a lofty tone. to Study Modlolno. "But.slr." pleaded the poor but struggling iiuthor, "if yyu do not accept my article then indeed I am lost, for a! How Ksther l'ak Obtained the Jtlght tc irrady it lias been rejected by every Travel In Her NatlTO Country-H- er 1'resenco of Mind In Very Tryother publication in the country." ing Circumstances. "Is that so?" cried the editor with nxvakened interest; "then let mo have The only mode of traveling for worn-it instantly!" Whereupon it npeared in the cry en in t'oren is by chairs, and, therefore, next Issue of the (hump Book, accom they seldom go very fur from home.; pnnicd by txvo indistinguishable Illus- No unmurriod womnn is allowed to go trations by Weirdsley, tho celebratcc1 traveling or snoxv nerseu in puuuc alone. contortionist. N. Y. Itecorder. It xxas Ihis reason that Induced Kim, rimt Mcht 'if ItalMruy Truln. a young Corean woman, xvho hnd since A country boy who xvns brought tij her childhood been educated by the in a remote region of Scotland hud oc- Methodist missionaries, to marry In casion to accompany his futhor to n order that she might be nlloxved to go village near xxhieh a branch lino ol out among tho heathens of her own lailxxay passes. The morning after hit country and prench the Gospel. The arrival, when sauntering in the garden marriage turned out a very happy one behind tho house in which they xveri nnd the young couple hnvo hnd no staying, he beheld xxith wondering uyct trouble, although they never snxv each a train go by. For a moment he stood other until tho wedding day, and staring at it xxith astonishment and Ksther, which is her Christian name, then, running into the house, he said: was enabled to do good among her peo"Fuythor, fuythor, come oot! Theio'j ple as an interpreter nnd teacher. a Kiuiildy ran off xvi' a roxv o houses It xvns her good fortune when only 15 an' its axva' doon by the back o' tht years old to be employed as interpreter toxvn." London Telegraph. of Dr. Uosette Sherxvood Hall, a medical missionary, who took a great interest An Unmanly Neur Wotu.in. woman and in"What do you think?" exclaimed ont in the bright inyoung use of medicine, structed her the emancipated woman.' employing her as a nurse in a Corean "1 don't knoxvl" xvns the startled remissionary hospital in Seoul. joinder of another. "What do I?" Esther l'ak, such is her "Our president, .Miss Tomoi Buoy wishing to folloxv the nmrried name, medical profeshns taken to smoking cignrcttes." sion, xvos the first Corean woman who We must Impeach her al "Whntl resolved to come to America. After once. Tho idea of her doing anything due permission from the Corean so unmnniy!" Washington Star. had been obtained, Ksther Pak and her husband enme to this counIn ii "Look here, waiter, this piece ol try in compuny with Dr. Hall, xvho still keeps up her interest in her young cheese Is moldy." The waiter looked at tho piece ol protege. Mrs. Pak, who is a fair representacheeso and perceixed that it was really green ami blue on top, and did not look tive of the Mongolian type in appearnice. Taking it in his linnd he turned ance, has often been annoyed in in America by persons xvho believe it upside down on the plate, so that the good ride xxas uppermost, nnd re- her to be a Chinese woman, telegrams having been sent as to her identity, marked: "There, that's the way it belongs. and only Dr. Hull's kind protection has There is nothing the matter xxith itnoxv, saved her from unnecessary detention nnd trouble. Is there?" Texas Siftlngs. It Is Mrs. Pnk's Intention to enter a (iiiuponilrr. medical college next year, for which Brofessor Why, In making She is noxv preparing herself. is saltpeter used as a com- she speaks English fluently, xvith a very ponent part? Tom Anjerry To moke it smell bad, T reckon, so tho soldiers can say that they smelt gunpoxvder. I'a Is alxvaya bragging about the gunpoxvder hesmclt during the war. Texas Sittings. "tt C0REM WANT A fr BSS. afc 4Jr 1 MH 'V jLaV'9 M.uii 1 Prof. Imitti f- v.. i (h COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY Aaatdfd M.4al bv WotUCi Eivotitim naBaVMtMiiiflBLBaNiMiiiBiMaBkA ii anil boanl awarded onr ursdoitM Afiilance gtten our grailnatti in ttenring itfititmi. BiTIn oritr that your Irttri moy roe Ml CoUta mrf Ihli nnllcR and adrtrni at Irloir. SMITH. LEXINCTON, KY WILBUR and TelegraphyIMionngrnphy. mcoMfnl gradtintes taught ln.fm Typewriting J1 No Vacation. i" MUX. J!" nfflcialu I'nlTeTiltjr IHploma, hfnturk J or Nysteiii or ltook.keeplngnndto cncml Itusliiess tlurntlon. tr. Co.t comrl'to llaMncnlonruainqt,), tuition, books ncn-1ins- '"'" :TKft Rr Look In. Come In. - D. S. CulB,PBITTBB, si ring Seals Baliy Duggies, Hobby Hones, Fancy Chairs for Children, Couches, Cradles, Hatnets, ,- . .lUI'B. 11...,. ..a. , tlliatf.na Cur.-- r aiOTr " T4IIWU3 L.....I. lUK, ii.iwuoiMuiVehicles ot any kind. C Ca'.l anil tee i. '. T P1DUUVTVII Invites you to kok over his slock find seWt your Chrltlmat Presents Nice line ft Furniture, Hocking Chsirs with either Ration, Wood or te. ... Huvonville, Ky. In the Matter r f the assigned tate oi W. G. Welch. m Es- Notice to Creditors all ! ce The creditors of said estate are hereby notified at his to present their claims to the In the town of Stanford, Ky., before the toth day ol January, 1896, verified n required by law Ucst RV. and l'i koei or B.C. WAR REX, AssignteofW.G. Welch. 8o4t CINCINNATI Twice - A - Week Formerly The Weekly trnx--elin- The Greatest Family Newspaper of the Ohio Valley. 6,6,6 Columns of Sini-lltii- Reading Matter In a Year gun-poxxde- SLL FOR $1. .OR. nett, In Farmer's Heviexv. ilmi't. von rlinrtrf A housekeeper who is noted for her 0.( tho hnrdy ferns, lyctipodlum, etc., cost a dollar for these goods, instead of UJ neatness suys that a xxood floor in the very little at any florist's; a dollar and cents I house is as much care as a baby. This u half well laid out will plant the box Salesman Why, mn'ain, you're id is no doubt true, and yet a little attenfully, not to reckon on the inestimable ways suro to think of something els tion systematically given the floor each value Mich a eorner of growing flowers you want, whiio waiting for youi day is produetixc of marvelous good A flannel bag made to slip oxer Is to any room In the winter. It changes change! Truth. the bristles of a bruoni makes an exceltho whole asjK'ct of things, and so wideI.onii Very Siisplrliius. ly has she recommended her plan that "Iloyou know, Clara, I believo young lent and convenient polisher. The wood tho llttlo florist round the corner has Do Sinytho Is in lovo with mo?" floor should be sxveptcach niorningxx ith broom, nnd twice more onlrrtt for winter boes than he tills "You don't say !" a week it should be carefully oiled. If can All. "Yes, he stood talking to mo last The prettiest little conservatory built night, brushing his silk hat tho wrong the floor Is hard xxood use linseed oil. mmiiI-iIn a long time was made for a while If It is stained or painted the Inway of tho grain." Chicago I'vconl. expensive crude oil will nnsxver just as valid who Is very fond of flowers anil xvell. It should bo rubbed upon the floor The Hoy's Vlrw of It. tried to experiment with orchids and palms. One long window of her bed"What mokes you look so unhappy, with cheese cloth rather than flannel to avoid the lint scattered over the floor. room she had cleared of sash and blinds llttlo boy?" Nobuddy To or xnrnlslicd floor Small Hoy (sobbing) and a circular shelf or bow window ' built out from the sill on brackets about never calls me good unless I'm light-xvip-o frequently with a solution threo feet long and three, wide. Then somethiu' I don't liko to do. Chicago of milk and water. . In a wooilen frame she had the open I em hern ropiilar Trimming. window inclosed like abay.glaed with from Ml I'nclo'fi Wisrilrolin. Feathers are exeryxvlierc. Combined regular window glass. "Wl.y do you call thut a dress still xx ith imitation Jexvels and jet they make Tho materials and enrpeiitor'H work when it Is only a business rig?" nskw most, elaborate trimmings. Vandyke cost her $15, and when it was finished points made of black ostrich plumes sho began to buy tiny orchids, large oi JorkinS of his friend McSwell. "It has figured at threo balls just the nro strikingly effective on light colsmall, that could thrive indoors. Her purchases run chiefly to cattleyas and same," retorted McSwell. Detroit Fret ored exening goxxns. Somali curly tips nro used for outlining decollete bodices. tho yellow butterfly variety, that us Tress. In tho stores narrow feather trimming A Vutimtilf II lut. healthy plants in 1och cost her from 75 These she cents to twice that sum. lie If you want to get holiday goods is sold by the yard for cxpensixe clotli hung by cords of varying length from cheap I can tell you just how to go costumes. It in appliqued to the bodice to simulate u vest or to outline seams. tho roof of her conservatory, and for about it. Spangles arc frequently combined with $2 npieco she bought a half do.eu small She How? n feather fringe. Trimmings formed rubber plants and thriving little Ho Iluy them after the holidays. of feather pendnntsnreanothernox-elty- . palms. You can scarcely picture tin. llrooklyn Life. The pendants swing from a jeweled brilliant beauty of thut recess when A .Mutter of Accent. band, and outline a corsage beautifully. tho orchids began to bloom. Then Snpsmlth The first thing tho phre- The nexvest satins for evening goxxns hung a cloud of tho loveliest, lavender nologist said when ho began to exami- have raised velvet lloxvers for the deand yellow over the greenery below liko ne- my cranium was: "What a head!" signs nnd aro wonderfully soft and a glimpse Into fairyland through tho Orimshnw Aro you sure ho did not beautiful. laco curtains. Thla conservatory Is large enough for say: "What, a head?" Truth. A Word About lllrthduyit. ono person to stand in. It cost, the A (Irmter Joy. A lonely womnn, one who was bearof SL'S, and is a plants included, about Tom 1 tell you, old man, Insido sight liko Katlshaw's elbow a lovely a year you'll be hugging yourself be- ing patiently a great sorroxv, surprised a friend one day by saying: "Come with Bight that her friends cumo mile to cause sho refused you". mo next Tuesday, it is my birthday, sco. She wisely choso tho orchids bc- But I'd rather hug her now, Jack cause, when healthy plant8,they require sho accepted me. Bay City Chat. and I want you to help me celebrate it." "Why should she caro to celebrate her less enro than any others, bloom moro Got Out of it. birthday?" thought tho friend. But longer, and readily, tholr flowers last Qulplclgh Short wanted to borrow tho next week sho learned, for the if their boxes nro wisely enriched at $10 ono went loaded with gifts to an intervals will last without other notice IUpleigh Did you lend it to him? institution In which sho took a keen from season to season. Qulplclgh No. 1 asked to boXcuBod. interest. "I want some one to bo glad "On tho whole," said the llttlo florist N. Y. World. that I wus born," said she, and that is convincingly, "I sco no reason why have, nt least a the noblest, best and happiest thought every woman should not llegulnrly IrrcRolnr. window box In her homo for tho winter, Her rather And docs tho young man that can come to us on our birthdays. It is pleasant to bo remembered nnd to for if sho Is not lucky at flowers, any lead a regular life? florist will send a skillful man to put Ills Friend I should say ho did. lie receive presents, but whether surrounded with lox-- or suffering from neglect, her plants In order every four weeks, get a drunk rcgulurly every week. which is moro often thoughtlessness charging her 50 cents for tho pro- Soincrvillo Journal. than intention, we con moke some ono fessional visit, not a big price to pay for Something to Cling To, happier because we xvcre born. something moro ornamental In tho long Sho Do you think that a llttlo topSt. run than tho costliest per ia a bad thing in a womnn? Ue of the I,ettion lu Manicuring. Louis Republic. Ho It Is a good thing, and sho ought Sliced lemon Is almost as IndispensaOnions M k. Ferfamr. never to lose it. ble au adjunct of tho toilet as tho tea In Tartary onions, leeks and garlic table. It will, If used with reason, keep Rejected. are regarded an perfumes. A Tartary tho skin white. If rubbed across the Tho letters In his hand appeared lady will mako herself agreeable by fingernails it is almost as effective as nis furr to provoke; onion on 'T Is odd theso comic papers " rubbing a piece, of fresh-cu- t manicure scissors in keeping down Are ao alow to 'take a joke.' hex hnnds and over her countenance. bang nails. Judra. Win- . ..,, rou AN i.xvalid'h hoou ............ r, fri llnrirnln Th Miopjiluc Mystery. .j furr of llanl-XVoo- tt Floor. re-cu- flnnnel-eoxere- d n "There's no doubt that Jones killed himself?" "None whatever." "What caused him to do it?" EST1IEU PAK. "Ho got a divorce from his wife on Tuesday and on Thursday she fell heir slight accent. She has a perfect physique and shown that nature has deto $450,000!" Chicago Itccord. signed her for the medical profession Another Coutroremy llreakii Out. by her sympathetic kindness and tenTho Kar of Corn When I get down derness towards the sick. Although to 15 cents a bushel I'm worth some- yet only 10 years of age, she hns had opthing for fuel, nnd you nln't. portunity to learn from experience Tho Potato No, I'm only good for xx lint tnkes yenrs to study from books. food. They burn you in one part ol The four years at college seem to her the stove in order to bake me in the n long time to look forxvnrd to. Alother. Chicago Tribune. though she has her husband here, Mrs. Pak longs to go buck to her beautiful Somewhat l'mhirrn4ilng. country, nnd work there for tho good Tho tr Ingest time for a man, I ween, of her own sex, to deliver them from And trials aro always u plenty, I when Introductions must pass between bondage of ignorance nnd superstition. Ills second xvlfo who Is seventeen When only 15 years of age, Esther ATid his duughter xvho Is twenty. wns once left in charge of the hospital -- I. A. W. Bulletin. in Corea during tho temporary absence A Ala I For a I.a. Alas! I'm in lovo nnd would marry; I'm really quite anxious to wed; And slnKln no lonRer I'd tarry, 1 long to bo double Instead. Hut the paths through which Cupid ha: led me Have burdened my henrt with regret, Tho girls whom I'd have will not wed me. While I don't want tho ones I can get. -- L. A. W. Bulletin. III tuck. .Jnt Six Months For 50o. Issued Tuesday arjd Friday raorniDC of each week in time to reach readers on day of publication. Full ma ket and telegraph reports and all the news of the day make it as valuable aa a dally newspaper icr these two days. THE CINCINNATI Commercial Gazette, DAILY AND SUNDAY. Now furnished by Dcaleis lu CiUes and Towns, outiido of Cincinuau and and Suburbs, at 3 Cts DAILY, 5 Cts SUNDAY, or 20 Cts A WEEK. The Commercial Gazrtle is the only Morning Republican Nowspuper published in English at Cincinnati. Alilress The Commercial Gazette Co., Cincinnati, O I i Scientific American Agency for, llltOAl) HINT. deep-staine- d Times-Herald- asking relief for a severe toothache, Esther showed her the forceps and asssr asked the xvotnan if she would let her CAVEATS. Ti- t' t AsssTRADE MARKS. take out the aching tooth. DESIGN PATENTS. The woman gave her consent ami COPYRIQHT8. etc. She For Information and ttvo Handbook wrlto to .Esther applied the instrument'. -- rtrt V 3IUNN & CO.. S61 IlnoMiWAY, NEW York. pulled once, no the obstinate tootli Oldest Imrrau for ftoctirltiR patents In America. brought taken out xvould not yield; another wrench nnd Krery patont a notice by uls of charge boforo la U10 clvcn freo the public by out came a molar with threo big roots. jticuf ifijf Since then she hns extracted at least 50 teeth. Lanrost circulation of any wlrntlfle rapcr In tho What American girl xvould have had world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent man should bo without It, XS'erkly, (S.'i.OOn such pluck? CO,, jean $1.50 six months, Adi!nw. MUN'X rw Mrs. Pak in coding to a Christian lliiLisiitcs, :i(ll liroodway, New York City. i country, expected to find all men and women excellent, but she said: "I soon He (as the clock strikes 11) I like a found out quite differently." person who has some vim and go in This energetic young xvoman xxith him. her deep conviction of a calling, her AND She So do I, especially the go. N. quiet observation nnd herwlnningxvays, Y. Herald. has already won friends in this country, xvho are ready to assist her in her good Ills ItlvaL work nnd encourage her as Bhe deserx-es- . Sho vens happy In the loxe of him Detroit Free Press. She married for his pelf; V I of tho physician, when a xxoinan enme, Br BSSK BSSSSSS $ JhucJttau 114?- - NORFOLK RAILROAD. WESTERN fiTfiinnrpc ALL POINTS: lliAJCald sold to OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, Though sho adored another That other was herself. be-cau- keepers have, and a supply should always bo kept on hand. It is good for Mr. Undcrwnlto So you want a job for corns, good for driving one of my coal teams, eh? Are burns, excellentsore throat nnd a quick rheumatism and you a saving man inyourwny? convulsions. It is Big Barley (significantly) Well, I'd remedy for fits and a sure preventive ngainst moths, a 1 be a savin man in your weigh, boss. few drops rendering garments safe weighs oxer txvo hunnerd an' fifty. from such inxnsioixs during the summer. Judge. ruck. The Housekeeper!, llest Friend. Turpentine is the best friend house- lie Wni Hired. WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, 'J1E sor-roxvf- ul to-da- y. o brle-a-brac- ." Fick-Mc-U- p. rooms and corners by putting a fexv Notorious Spendthrift (to waiter nt drops on the shelves. It effectually n restaurant) How much do I owe? destroys bugs and injures neither furWaiter That's more than I can tell. niture nor clothing. For cleaning paint Texas Siftlngs. add a spoonful to a pall of warm water. A little in tho suds on washday makes Tor 'onvenlenc. "I liko a book to combine amusement washing easier. Can Wear Men's Clothe. with instruction." Rose Donhcur began to work seri"Yes with tho instruction iu an noously at painting when she xvns about pe n d lx." BiiyrCityChnL 15 and donned male attire so that she Tha Convolutions of Matrimony. about to fairs and slaughter Slit I suppose you would have been could go it so naturally that no one over She wore happier if you had not married me? attracting attention, Hc Yes, darling, but I wouldn't houses without being a girl, and found suspected her of hnvo kuoxvn It. Bay City Chat. it so comfortable that sho has worn it ever since to xvork in. Sho and Mmc. A Sorrow'a Crown of Sorrow. "Yes, her married life was very un- Dieulafoy, the wlfo of the explorer, are happy. She suffered untold misery." the only two women in France who aro "Ah, that mubt indeed have been in- legally authorized to appear in publio tolerable." Boy City Chat. in men-'- clothea. Ho Owed s Itdrivcsawnyantsund bugsfrom store- CALIFORNIA, S0QTB-WE- TEXAS, W8T, UOHTH-WSST, S1 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLAS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE NORTH AND EAST. ULLMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, SLEEPING AND DINING SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE - CAR! VORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. Time-Table- s, Dtacrlytil Write for IUtes, Axophloti, to any Station Agent, or to HAOO, . f. ALLEN HULL. u. .rum lis. Trs.Ua Ttm. Wa'IIW.l.rlfL Bit. BOIIOU.! 118.0. B01tOK.YA. Mr, J.. rslc- If N. 3h SrANFOBD. Interior Journe Kv., Dr.cn.MHER 17, ISO.! W. P. WALTON. Tub noblest Roman of them nil ia dead. Allen Grsnberry Thurman, alter a long life of usefulness to his kind and country, sleeps with his fathers, his death resulting from a fall recently. He Wits born at Lynchhurp, Va., Noy. 13. ' 1S13 His father wag a Methodist preacher and moved to Obillicothe, 0., in 1S19. Theyoumrer Thurman moved to Columbus in 1853, where he has since resided. In 1333 he was admitted to the bar, and olne years later was elected to Congress on the dbmocratic ticket. At the expiration of his term he was renominated, but declined the honor, preferring to practice law. In 1S51 he was electpd to the supreme bench in Ohio, and from ISoltolSoG he served as chief justice. After being defeated for governor in 1S67 by Rutherford B. Hayes, he ws elected to the Senate to succeed Ben. F. Wade. He took his seat March 4, 1SU9, and from the very first waB recoguized as the leader of the democratic minority. In 1S76, 18S0 and again in 1SS4 his name was prominently mentioned in connection with the presidency. In 1SSS ho was by acclanominated for His defeat ended his political mation. career and he has since lived in nt Columbus. He w9 a great and good man, loved by his party, and highly respected even by his bitterest political enemies. vice-preside- nt semi-seclusi- James B. Pack, regarded as the wealthiest man in Richmond, Va,, has failed for over a million of dollars, caused it is said by the inability of friends, whoso papar ho held, to meet their obligations. Uq has also been unfortunate in cotton speculations. He was president of the Planters' 'National Bank, but it is Btat'd that he undo it perfectly secure by deeding to it $230,000 worth of real estate to cover his indebtedness. Mr. Pace made h s money principally in tho tobacco business. He was a moat liboral and public spUited man and his failure is a sad blow to the Capital of the ill fated Confederacy. If our memory serves us correctly, ho not only a built a large and handsome Methodist church, but has since kept up its expenses. Charles Robertson, of Mauckpor', Ind., charged his wife with being unfaithful, whereupon she struck him on the head with a rolling pin, crushing his skull. The wife is now in jail nnd the husband is in a hospital. The N. Y. World issued the largest edition Sunday ever sent out by any paper. Thero were over 523,000 papera printed each of OS pagtm and each containing 544 columns of reading, adver Using and nictorinl matter. CNURDHAFFAIRS. Mis'? Mary PENNY'S DRUG STORE. TO LOOK FURTHER. Our stock was bought at Gowen Bang at Walnut Hknry 0. Di.xon, tells hie little tale of woe how Senator Blackburn, after his vote practically elected him over Senator Williams, disregarded his promises to him and gave him tho very csld shako when ho went to Washington to hold him to their performance. Mr. Dixon doesa't deserve any better than he got, for helping to elect such a man, and be will receive precious little sympathy by roason of his pitiful recital. The instance goes to prove, however, that the silver Senator is as ungrateful as he is untrustworthy as n leader and beyond a certain coterie of kindred spirits has no true friendships. Flat church Sunday night and perfectly charmed her hearers. The Armenians sent this appeal to the Ohrintian nation: "In tho name of humanity nnd Ohrmtianity pave us." Mios IVnrl Dium iliel at Kvanswlle, from wounds it.ll'ctedby a mourner during services at church. Rev. Trafton, of Wilmoro CoIIprp, preached here Sunday and will continuo to fill the pulpit at the Methodist church each 3d Sunday. He is from New Brunswick, Canada. The Rev. William C Young, president of Centre College, will probably weak-minde- d ICES, And will be sold the same way. Tub story comes from Frankfort that a pickpocket got after Gov. Bradley, who promptly knocked him down. Our representative elect, Hon. B.B. King, wasn't quite bo fortunate in getting away with his man. In fact it is told that tho man got away with him, or rather with his He had to come home pintaloons. Gov. Bbadlky is catching Hail Columwitnout them, but we do not intend to bia for pardoning before indictment even the inference that he came home a repuSlican shoulder hitter named Fer- leave any pantaloons on. He is not guson, of Louisville, who if reports be without kind of a man. true went to the polls at tho election of that Carroll to raise a disturbance, and on beThe Middleshoro Herald made its Grst DR. WILLIAM C. YOUNQ. ing arrested, was found to have a pistol appearance Friday and gives material strapped around him. Ho was not a vo- evidence that there is still life in the leave about the first or middle of next ter in tho district and had no business Magic City, Tho paper is the week for Excelsior Springe, Missouri, to there. This is a bad start to be sure for a size of this, is printed by a company and remain some time. He has been in very man who has promised to bring order out edited by Mr. D. E. McDowell, who in bad health. of chaos and enforce the law at nil haz- hia salutatory expresses Btrong confidence Elder W. P. Walden, of Lancaster, ards. It is just such unnecessary inter- ia the certainty that Middlesboro will passed up to Corbin Friday to see after ference with the processes of tho law cut and come again. Let us hope so the new Christian church he is having that breeds the mob tentiment, which built there. He tells us that it will seat W. Peck has Bold hia Pendleton when completed 300 or 400 people and governor in his message so justly Mr. J. the animadYerts against. It is a bad start to Democrat plant to J. M. Wilson, Jr ,who bo a model of comfort and cozines. say tho least of a reform administration will remove it to Cythiana and publish a Rev. J. T. Sharrard preached a very and wo hope tho governor will acknowl- republican paper. Mr. Peck keeps his fine discourse on the relationship of pasedge it by giving his democratic friends, frienda in bopo by telling them that he tor to congregation Sunday, which struck will likely open up again at the old stand pretty close to home to some of his hearwho want to commend instead of condemn his course by not repeating tl e where he has done well pecuniarily and ers. He will take to himself a wife this blunder. Taking Gov. Bradley's in- made a good reputation with the frater- week and will not preach next Sundaya augural address in dead earnest and nity. New Uop6 church in Rockcastle having a most kindly feeling for him per. county still sticks to the NEWSY NOTES. eonally, we promised to support and encustom of the church for men and wo MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. courage him in every manner within our South Carolina liquor dispensary men to eit on difierent eides of tho house. power, and we regret that bis first act profits up to Oct. 31, aggregated $210,- The otherday a man named John Smith, Over 100 divorces were recently should be at variance with bis assertions 000. after filling up on whisky, went in and granted inside of three hours by three It is said that 40 carloads of Ohrist- - Bat on the ladies' side. U. P. Allen, the Chicago judges. and our desirps. t, maB trees have been shipped from old usher, went to him aud asked him to In San Francisco a Senator Oamkhon, Beeing that he Me. change his seat. This angered Smith, recently obtained an absolute di Quay againBt would not be in it with Misi Maria Melineff, of New York, reached for his revolver, Allen, vorce from his wife. him, announces that he will retire from committed suicide while Buffering from and he grasped Smith'a throat, Mr. Harris Craig, the in public life at the close of his term. He toothache. and a lively ecrimmng' occurred. Smith son of Mr. William Craig, will marry will have been Senator 20 years, haviDg Fire at Council Bluffs, la., destroyed was arrested. Miss Lucy Wilson, of Boyle, tomorrow. succeeded his father, who held the office property worth over a quarter of a milMiss Emma Rockefeller, daughter i f ADDITIONAL LOCaC. 32 years. It is suid of him that he has lion of dollars. Standard Oil magnate, was married the i never originated an important bill nor wtnte men forced an Two well Jim Nichols, a negro murderer, was to Dr. I). Hunter McAIpin, Jr., of New a single public address in his whole hanged in West Virginia. He confessed entrance into the O. S. depot at Danville made All departments are at the best. All respond with the greatest atYork city. eervice. He read a long free silver speech on the scatiold. Friday niui and at the point of pistols wan' Mieat Margaret Hives Nichols tractions of the year, which for atthelastaeesion, but intho entire hisThe grand jury at Memphis has re- forced C. L Vallan.ling'iam, night oper- marrif illnt Cincinnati to the Mimiuia do Fifty-firCon tory of the Fiftieth and turned Go" indictmontB against A. K. ator, to opeu uie cash drawer and give Chambrun, of the French Imitation at gresses, four Ion,? years, he is not recordthem its coutontd, amounting to $14 Wbrd, the forger. Washington. ed aa having made in the Senate any of the execution of Theo Tney then orortt into the freight offic, The date old "They say" that a weil other speech than "I move we adjourn." doro Durrant at San Francisco was set hut took nothing of eonsqouence. bichelor, who liveH on the Uoyle county 21. A fatal collision occurred on the Cin- line, will lead to the hj menial altar this A lot of old men dressed up in gowns fir February Have seldom ifevnrbecn equalled. Two men were killed and two others cinnati Southern near High Bridge Sat- wek a pretty maiden who resides rear present about as undignified appearance explosion f itally injured by a dynamite urday. While Conductor J L. Duvall had Kioh.Lick Station. as anything we could imagiuo. The Hon. Jos. A. Walton, of Gorman-- ' supreme court of New at Lnfuyette, Tenn. his train working in a tunui-- near there members of the Sunday's Cincinnati Enquirer told a freight train dnshed into it, killing him to .vn. nnd Mr?. Julia Tal- heretofore followed the silly York have wero killed the day instantly and tearing one of his men's li iforro. of Chatham, were married in custom of tho U. S. supreme court, and of nine persons who hunting. lepsoffatthohip, Michael O' Day. John Cncinnati. The groom is the father of Thousands of Bargains may be had for Christmas giving. In wore the old Mother Huhbards, but it is before while Capt. Harry Jackson, n prominent Ireland, f 'eight engineer, suffered a bro- Juice Mutt Walton, of Lexington. pleasing to note that by a vote of 12 to 0, died after an opera- ken arm; his fireman, Joseph Worthlan, A nihil who has kept account of the they have decided to disced them. Let lawyer of Atlanta, appendicitis. tion for exchanged with his grannies at Washington do bruises on the head and shoulder, and number of k if the old Seven baby elephants arrived at New J. C. Marsh, foreman of the work train, wife since their union consents to its The custom is an old English one consigned to Uarnum & was badly bruised. Supt. Murphv is in- publication as follows First year, and appears to be devoid both of reason York Friday, Bailey, the circus men. Rccond year, 10,000; third year, clined to tho belief that criminal negand necessity. In a fight in a church yard at War- ligence caused the wreck and that EnHe fourth year, li!0; fifth yeur, 'J. Gov Bradley is the best advertised ren, O., John Flagerty was fatally in- gineer Ireland ia at fnu't then left oh" keeping the record. man in America. His picture haa ap- jured and Sam Stone seriously hurt. "There is no roanon wnv a woman peared in nearly every leading paper of Congressman Boatner, of Louisiana, should he compelled to promise to obey A full line of Christmas Toys. The question of the hour is what Iluanr l'.rrn. the countiy, together with a sketch of haB challenged H. J. Hearsay editor of d "You can claim first blood, anyhow," her husband any more than the Christmas gifts to give. Here arc a few of the many articles suitable shows what laudable am- the New Orleans States, to fight a due). said tho early customer at tho meat his life, which be compelled to promise to should bition and grit will do. Hia remarkable Gov. Matthews was formally in- market, who had leaned up against tho obey his wile " N. Y. Independent. for Presents. fight and the fact that be captured one of dorsed for the presidential nomination chopping-bloc- k nnd soiled his clothes. The Bible sayB: "Wives, submit yourdemocracy's hitherto inpregnable strong- by the Indiana 8tate Central Committee. "Yes, air," replied tho butcher, slap- selves unto yourown husbands as unto holds, make him a hero in the eyes of After waiting 11 years for vengeance, ping a fresh steak on tho scales, "but the Lord," (Eph. and "Llkewisa ye everybody regardless of politics. Walter Kennedy nearly baa killed Amos you've got the first round all right wiveB be in subjection to your husChicago Tribune. Wright, the elayerj of his father, near enough." while it is bands," etc., (1 Pet. Gov. Bbadlky shows by the appointTb rrettjr Milkmaid rMMea. Paris, Texas. written "husbands, submit to ment of Col. Walter Forrester, managing The pretty maiden milks tbo eows no long- your wives," or "like wiso ye husbands The. father of Dalton and Harry Arer, ono by one: editor of the Louiayille Commercial, to nold1 of Frankfort, believes they were What time she did that heretofore she be in subjection to your own wives." be assistant adjutant general, thr.t he ap- not drowned but were picked up by a spends In painting stcnery. RecordHer papa drains tho lowing kine at rise and Is not this a reason? Western preciates the help of hia friends and vessel and taken to Cuba. er. of sun, eet doeBn't forget favors. Col. Forrester haa Assisted by Iconoclastic vacuum machin-Out of 30 graves opened in a little ery. served him from start to finish and aa be town near Topeka, Kan., 21 were found According to a report just issued the Chicago will retain a position with the Commer empty. The etudenta of the medical American Board of Foreign Missions Hal will still be able to be of valiant WKely Solicitude. baa Bent out 11,574 raisaionariec. have fled to eecape college Watte Doea your wife object to service to his administration. Suits, Overcoats, Ladies' and Men's Fine Shoes, Hats, Cap3, Pants, mob violence. your polrcr playing? n Hon. Edward McPherson, STANFORD Potto Oh, not violently. All she Tub Shelby ville News and the and for many years clerk of oaks of mo is that I will Btart for homo Newa both copy our list of FEMALE : COLLEGE. quotations, and request their readers to the house, died at Gettysburg, Pa., as as soon aa I find mybelf a good winner. Indianapolis Journal. of an overdose of poison, acsend answers to them, just as if they had the result STANFORD, KV. Why He Took Offrnte. gone to the work themselves of getting cidentally taken. James O. Young, of Shelbyville, Willie You must bo an WILLIAM S1IELTON, President. up the list aa we did. It's all right gentlemen. We like to serve Ind., hes entered suit for 3,000 damages man, Mr. Suitor. though, MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Ldy Principal. Mr. 8. Why ao? our frienda, but at the same time we like against his son. The boy bad his father Mlis Emma L. Martin, Fiding Teacher in the Willie Because I heard pa say that Siudrllall; for tbem to flhow that they appreciate arrested, alleging that be bad threatened A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietory it. to kill him and now the old man wants you were bounced about tvk a week. Mitt Mary Cowm, Principal ol the Mualc Department; N. Y. World. damages. T: D. RANEY, Manager. The Louisville Truth haa donned a Miss Mary I'. Harris. Principal of the Depart. Hollering Hta Feeling. A lepresentatlve of Maxim has meat ot Art and Elocution. new dresa and gives other evidence of a Magistrate You will be bound over brought to the United States one of Branch Stores. prosperity which moat everybody bnt to keep tho peace toward all her majes- Next Session willJBegin WednesMt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenceburg, Cynthiana, will enjoy. Editor W. Maxim's latest inyentions, a gun that is ty's subjects for six months. Paris, Carlisle, Auditor Norman day, January 22. guaranteed to fire GOO rounds a minute Well, 'eaven 'elp tho first Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. BUI 8yke M. Finley says that under tho new manweighs only 127 pounds and can be op- fttrrlner as I comes across! For terms, &c, tend for Circular or call at the agement the paper has been unusually It College. erated by one man, successful pecuniary. We have a line of Goods at 25c, 50c, $1, $2, $3, $5 and upwards that would formerly have cost you double the money. In BOOKS especially ape We Sure to Please You. fact EVERYTHING 7 Solid Gold, Sterling Silver and Plated Goods and in In the WDe of the Jeoieler At Ruinously Low Prices. PENNY'S DRUG & JEWELRY STORE. Great Display of , time-honor- t Fox-craf- 17-ye- ar bus-bin- d self-defen- HOMY GOODS. dn-esM- st to-d- o Splendor & Low Prices At the Louisville Store like-wis- st-- s 30,-50- 0; 3,-0.- ')0; Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, hiiB-ban- 3-- no-whe- re Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Silk and Worsted Mufflers, Collars and Cuffs, Cloves, Shirts, Underwear, Tlmoe-Heral- d. CLOAKS &- CAPES, Ellza-bethtow- Fine Mackintoshes, Etc. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STANFORD, KY " M india-rubb- er Pick-Me-U- p. !Li.J.3S5isfeJ b J -.' -- sassmscaarn Smi-Week- ly Interior Journal Di:cumm:k 17, 1895 Read DAnkB' big "d riht See Danks' brownie window. Fink boar for said. Stanford. Silk and cotton inulllern at tbo prions at BlinnW. 0. 0. WithaiH STERLING- - Stanford, Ky., E. C. Walton, Business Manager Home knlvpB, Don't you npeil Rpooiib? rtuluced prlct'H. A bpniitilitl noleutlon of rinjjB too. Uuiiih Htnl look tlifin over. " l'vnuy'H DniK hikJ JpwpItv tor. PEHS'JNAI POINTS. forks or lSetnemlier ivrytliinK roch nt Mies Maiiy Kay leaves tills wook for J. A. Hknuiikn, at Uiiughiiian'H stable, and priced nt Shanks'. Alexandria, La., to vinit relative. m J)k. and Mns. G. V. IJiioNAUdii went will make your buggy curta'ns aud tops. Rkmkmiibii, boyfl, that if you want a up to Madieon Friday to spend Beveral No matter for whom you want your tailor made suit you can get the best aud days. nn prenint, Danks, tho jeweler can fill the .. II tritritnt nil ..j ill fli tl n lrn ijuiiilqi Ditrulnn e Mil. N. II. Phick, of Garrard, Bpeiiteev-er- l bill. Dr. A. S. dftjH with tiis brother. Tiik L. & N. will give a j rate for t li Prico. O.m: ruot'HNi Duumis of candy for holidaya and Hell tickets Dec. -- 2 to '2b Alua Mamie SnioLt), who has been vli Xhihh, the heal imule. Higgina A Mc- and LNJ -- Jim. 1, good to return Jan. 3 MisHlhilllo Peyton, returned to Lex Kinney, . Want to make somebody a ChrisfmaB iiiKton, Saturday. Wk are after your trade with a big gift ? Uny one of those beautiful pastel Wibt, of Ilarrodsburir, is Miss 8ai.uk Miss Jennie West, at line of Xinus goods at popular prices. pictures at Severance &SonV, largo OSc, visitiiiR her Danks, tho jeweler. Biunll JSc. Mayor J. N. Menefee'e. of tho Proi-denc- o W. L. Uahnbh, secretary Lkituhb. W. II Mervera, of Ilillebo-r- o, Tiik railroads are going to make a rate Ky. Coal Co., is the llret to send a of a half cent a mile to tho Atlanta ex 0., will give a atereoptican lecture on nice calendar to this oilier, Madagascar at tho Christian church, position from Dec 10 to 25th. Mnu. MAimiii Hiatt. of Garrard, and Stanford, Thursday evening, next. Mips Sallio Noel, of Danville, Hre vlnitinj! R R. Noel iS: Son have moved their "Inckea81Ni cloudinesa and rain. ColMisces Mary and Maggie Noel. coal oilice to just below the depot where Lonisvillo they can always lie found witli n big sup der Tuesday evening," aaid yeeterdny's Mh. D. U. G. Hosb, tho dispatch from tho signal service. Tho Post's lumtlinK reprfsentativp, is hero, ply of coal. weather for several days has been very seeing after tho paper's interest. While having a mule shod Saturda y fine. Mh. ami Mns. Liiwahd Caktkii will and tako rooms in Mr. Cyrus M. Jones was kicked in tho move to town y I iuvk received from tho South, a ami ijiiitu painfully though not ser side Dr. W. N. Craig's brick buildliiK. shipui'-ii- t of long leaf yellow pine Moor P. Hill, Jh., and bohb, Ilurton iously hurt. Mkb. T. . ing, and ceiling, and will make prices and Tom, Jeft Sunday for Hullalo, Wyo-niln- c. To the tar payers of Lincoln county low-- r than lias over been otlered here. Mr. Hill wns to meet them at Don't complain when yon aeo your A 0. Sine. ClllcHtfO. property advertised. I mtiBt have the Tiib.sk days seem to ho about as shoit A lkttkii from Mr. T. It. Walton says tax. T. D. New-land-. S. L. O. sb they can get, but the almanac makerB was too cold for that ThoniBHvllle, G , F.N Mamjuk Mr. and Mrs. Kdward say they will continue to shorten till him and that he hail gone to Orlando, Rjsser, of llarrodsbitrg, have iEBiiml in- next Saturday, when they reach their Fla , with o view of locating vitations to their pleasant home, "Rocker limit of shortness. Little Hohiiik Phnny, daughter oi Dr. and Mr. W. H. Penny, celebrated lier Place," at S v m , Jan. 3d, ISM. Now is your cliance. 000 samplee, uneighth birthday Friday by giving a 4 dershirts, ovorshirta, Bocks, suspeudore, A tiiilk kit a three year-olbay horse o'clock dinner to n pcoio or more of her with saddle at James Ruubo's, hose, handkerchiefs, at lees than cost to d, little friends. Sunday night, and taking Rambo's make room. You can't a (lord to niiea Miss Hattib Gann. daughter of Mr. tiiis. Severance ft Son. bay went on hid way. m La ! nones and horsu blankets, cheap, Is you don't seo what you want in at J 0 McOlary'. tills paper, you will find it in tho one this size Friday. Something for nverybody at Dnnks. ss I'icr hkh. Rowland for cheap, Prices from Cu to $500. photos, $1 per dozen until January ItkKOKK )iirchaHiii; winter wraps ob- 1, 181KJ Cordior. tain prices at Shanks'. Foil Rent. House now occupied by A iieautii-L'i- , linn of ladies' linen and Mrs Pattio Haya. Possession given Jan cotton handkerchiefs at ShankB'. 1. Miss Liccio Uesz'ey. Foil Rent, tho desirable Pink Cot-taIiLAt-htid white and initialed Bilk property. Apply to W. P. Walton. handkerchiefs in various aizee, qualities firBt-claae SIM : NOVELTIES ! Nail Files, Cuticle Knives, Tooth Brushes, Paper Knives, Hair Curlers, Glove and Button Hooks, Lock Bracelets, Book Marks, Watch Safes, Garters, Belts, Manicure Sets, Sleeve Holders, Pen Wipers, Coat and Hat Marks, etc., etc, ... Sterling Silver Tableware Butler Knives, Sugar Shells, Tea Spoons, Tabic Spoons, Soup and Cream Ladles, Berry Spoons, Napkin Rings, Fancy Sets, etc. . PI ... ' 1. V T rr J VSL IV-- i V T "f spe- m Has the finest assortment of Watches and rich Jewelry in this vicinity and we have made the prices cially LOW for Xmas. We can't fail to please you. For the Holidays we will sell B Solid 14 lit Gold Wateb Genuine Watharn, for only $19.95. Our line of Opera Guards, Cuff Links, Scarf Pins, Studs and Rings are especially beautiful. on sale this week We will put m to-da- m A SOLID GOLD SET RING FOR 98e. Ladies' and Misses' sizes and they are beauties. A rich assortment of Banquet Lamps and Onyx Tables, The finest in the land. See our Babies' Dress Sets, Rings, gold lined Caps, Knivse, Fork and Spoon Sets, Napkin Holders, Neck Chains, etc. d Ma-woo- t ' II. 0. Gann, who ued to live here but now resides in Somerset, has opened a photograph gallery at Dayton, Tenn., BajB the SomerBet Paragon. Mn. A. A. Waiiiien Is filling Joe Fabry's place in tho bank at present, but it will be good news to his friends to her that Joe- will soon be able to till hiu onn place. Ho is nearly well again. Ouk artist disappointed us in the picture of Mls Ellen Owsley, but wo print that of another young lady instead, as will be seen by relerence to our first page. Mian Owaley will certainly appear Friday. Lucikn Ukiknkk, who married Miss Marie Davis Warren, of Danville, was granted law license after an examination before the judges of tho court ot appeals, and will practicu with his father, ex CongreiMiian Ueckner, at Winchester. Mh. 11. F. Haydkn will leave with his children for Seguin, Texas, where his friends hope he will find a pleasant home and got all this world's goods tin desires. Mr. end Mrs. A. J. Uayden will keep the little Infant, who eight months ago lost Its mother. Tub Iiuisvtllo Commercial of Tours day publishes a picture and sketch of Samuel M. CaYson, who was elected to ttie Legislature from the 10th ward of that city. The paper lay?: Mr. Carson was born in Lincoln county in Nv57. Hit nnuestors were V rginiatiB, but he doeB not claim to be one of tho F. F. V'h. At tho breaking out of the civil war he enlisted in the Fir.it Kentucky Cavalry on Oct 8, lyill, at Camp Dick Robinson. After the war ho returned to hia old homo at Stanford and held several public among them those of marshal, police judge and tax collector. puM-Motif, eight-year-ol- d Finest Imported China and Vases, Dresser While cutting down a tree on Mr. Mc-Ctio- rd CITY AND ViniNITY. jAuniMEHKsatcoflt at Farria din's. & Har The lamps and China at DankB perior to any in town. -- Bro su- Wife, Steel Range, Xinus gift, ?i5 Higglns Foil & McKinney. Rent. after Jan. 1st. Cottage on Logan Ave. 8. P. Stagg. r ms I in centro Two good Btore-roofor rent. Applv at this oll'ice. town you visit Craig fc of Don't buy your Christmas gooda until Hockor'a cash houBe, - - Tub College will close for the holidaya next Friday, to resume again on the ' 30th. bananas, frapeB,figB, cocoanuta. HigRinB & Mcdates aud Kinney, For Balk. Our desirablo residence on Upper Main Btreet. Call on or addroea Dr. Hugh Reld. OitANOEB, luuionB, ' Twenty children's jackets 0, years, at lesa than manufacture Severance & 8 and 10 priceB. Son. - - A nice rocker will keep your husband bomoofevenlnga. Withers & Hocker have them in every variety. f Oun prices can not bo duplicatad no matter what others say. Come in and see for yourself. Danks, the jeweler. T two-etor- y Mr. Jambs W. Burn to building a nice residence on hia farm on the .i HtutonvHlepIke.oppoaitoW. B; Hill's. George S. Shelby's farm, Iander was struck by a limb and serious- lace curtains, towels, napkins, handkerly hurt. Ho was rendered unconscious chiefs, clothing or something useful for your friends for Xmas. Seo ad. Hughes for several hours. & Tate. The court of appeals afiirma Judge All persons having claims against the Santley'a decision in tho Doylo circuit estate of M. L. Donrne, dee'd, will precourt in tho case of tho Commonwealth vs. the L. & N. and reversea in tho cse sent thlm properly verified, to J. U. Paxton for payment, and those indebted of theCincinnati Southern vs. Palmer. to the eetato will please settle with him Couxthy Puoui'ce Mr. It. F. Dusen-berr- y, immediately. of Huntington, W. Va is hero to The young ladies of the Presbyterian buy all kinds of country produce. DelivMack liruce's stable and get cash church cordially invite everybody, wither at out further notice, to attend the Birthfor it. KggB especially wanted. day Party at Wnlton'a Opera House, Mh. J. W. Harkis, editor of the Ken- nxt Friday, beginning nt 5.30 r. M tucky Kernels in the Louisville Post, ia There will bo no charge for admission, publishing a list of the oddly named but each person will he expected to towns in tho State. What's tho matter bring tho number of pennies correspondwith mentioning O. K. and Jumbo in ing to his age as a donation. this county. The Lonisvillo Post says that John The side track to ttie Roller Mills hflh Farrell, who killed Sam Fugleman in been completed. It lias proved quite in this county and was Bent up for life, conlly hut It will pay in the long mn, as was refused a pardon by Gov. Bradley. the product can now he loaded from the This is getting things somewhat mixed mill directly into tho cara and save the and may lead people to think that Mack Ferrell ia meant, but hia brothers say expense of a team. that no petition (or pardon has been The change of schedule tttat went In- smt to ttie now governor. to efirct on tho Knoxvillo branch allects Answers to tho list of quotations from freight trains principally. There is no change in the arrivnlH of the prssenger authors linvo been received since lest trains here, save in 'JO, which comes 3 issue as follows and Friday's paper wi tall who gets the J5 prize; Miss Edwin minutes later, or Ifcls a. m. Adams, Danville; Mies Lettie Helm, Mk. J. L. Fhohman, of tho Globe, Dan- Stanford; Miss M. Pearl King, Danville; advertiseville, sont us ii Mms Aunamary O'Hara, Dry Ridge, ment yesterday, for this isue, but it Grant county; Mies Alva Pope, Danville reached ua too lato to insert. Ho has Mes Allio Hendricks, Stnnford; Mra. T. mido a reduction of 'JO per cent, on L. Bradley, Danville. men's, hoy's and children suits and on Suot a Nhuiio. On Wednesday of lait overcoats he has cut tho prices away week Mr. Fred P. Bishop had a alight down. Now ia the time to see him. misunderstanding with a colored tenant Diamond Gonf. At tho inauguration named Tom Kendrick over tho division nt Frankfort, P. W. Green told a repre- of some corn. It amounted to nothing sentative of thin paper that he had been aud Mr, Bishop thought no more of it. touched for his flue diamond pin, but he On Friday the darkey met hiin in hia thought ho was joking. It turns out to corn field and told him ho was going to bo true, however, and Wood ia in it for kill him for calling him an ugly name eovernl hundred dollars. Served him and at the same time drew hia pistol. right. He had no buaiueaaat a republi- Mr. Bishop happened to be armed also and ho too went for hia gun. The latter can inaugural. claims that the darkey had snapped his Since we stopped aeeing to the weath- pistol twico when he began to shoot and er it has boon nil out of joint, but it will whilo he emptied hia pistol at him, Kenbo better now. On complaint to Observ- drick got in a couple of ahota. Mr. Bis er Frank Burke, at Louisville, he took, hop escaped unhurt but the darkey was the matter to tho anthoritiea at Wash- shot in one of hia handa and a bullet al ington and Saturday the discontinued bo grazed hia side. Kendrick had a writ weather reports began to come again, and flworn out and the trial waa sot for to what ie better we don't havo to distrib- morrow morning nt 10 o'clock. ute them to other points either. 9 Perished in tub Flames. John Zwal The reception at tho college Friday ev- len, a German living near Ottenheim, ening waa large attended and much en- was burned to death Sunday morning joyed. President William Shelton and about 3 o'clock. Ho had lived alone daughter, Mrs. Nannie Sauiloy, did the since the death of hia wife a month or so honors of the evoning, while Misses Mary ago, and itia supposed the house caught Cowon, Mary Harris and-- Emma Martin fire from the fine and that he did not did all in their power to entertain the awaken in time to got out. Hia broth gueats. Mies Cowen aang a number of er, Sam Zwalien, who Uvea about 300 songs in sweetest melody, Miss Harris re- yarda distant, arrived about tho time the cited 'The Little IiedtFan" in a moat bo house fell in and saw hia brother in the witching manner to muaic by Mibb Cow-e- n (lames, but could render him no assistand also gave John Harding Just aa ance and if would havo been unnecessaacceptably. Mr. Thomas M. Owsley ren- ry, aa life waa already extinct. Zwalien dered some pleasing aelectiona on tho waa 02 yeara old and besides a 45 acre mandolin and othora contributed to the farm, had a little money. He waa a pleasure of the evening. The art dis- peaceable citizen and popular with the play of Miaa Harris' class, showinR how varioua settlers in that section. The fast the pupils had progreaaed eiqce she houso was a frame building took charge, waa a decided proof of her with several rooms and waa well furcompetent teaching. nished. 1 three-colum- n m m one-Btor- Cake Plates, Salads, Candelabrum, A. D. Coffees, Photo Frames, Cheese Dishes, Brush Trays, Sets, Dresden Lamps, etc. comforts, blankets, table sets, portierree, Comb and buy some of our home made Walnut or Oak Bight Day Clock, $2.45. that A nice line of China Clock1; and up to date goods of every description. Buy your goods of the Jeweler is a Jeweler and save money. Come early and stay late. We want your trade. DANKS, the Jeweler. RUSH FRONT WE ARE - : - : -: - Holiday Novelties In great profusion. You "will miss it if you do not come and see my stock. Beautiful Medallions, Newest Holiday Books, From the best authors and in Holiday Bindings. Our stock of Holiday, Miscellaneous and Set Books has never been more complete. In Work Boxes, Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Toilet Sets, Comb and Brush Sets, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Photo Albums, Picture Frames and Fancy Mirrors. A ELEGANT DESIGNS 8s' B0IX new and beautiful line at prices to B L.I.S9 5c to $5. suit all, from Games and Musical Instruments. This stock is immense and contains every new thing out this season. A large assortment of Wagons, Dolls, Buggies, Iron Toys, Iron Trains, Doll Beds, Doll Cradles and Child's Desks, all for LOWEST CASH PRICE. y W. B. McROBERTS. N- MhWEEMY iNTERlORclQURNE SrANFORD. Ki, Dr.CDMIJER 17, 1S93 W. P. WALTON. them all is Thk noblest Granberry Thurman, after dead. Allen a long life of usefulness to his kind and country, sleep with his fathers, his death resulting from a fall recently. He was born nt Lynchburp, Va., Noy. 13. ' 1S13 His father was a Methodist preacher and moved to Obillicothe, 0., in 1S10. Theyouimar Thurman moved to Columbus in 1S53, where he has since resided. In 1S33 ho was admitted to tho bar, and nine years later was elected to Congress on tho democratic ticket. At the expiration of his term he was renominated, but declined the honor, preferring to practice law. In 1851 he was elected to the supreme bench in Ohio, nnd from 1854 to 1856 he served as chief justice. After being defeated for governor in 1S07 by Rutherford B. Hayes, he was elected to tho Senato to succeed Benj. F. Wade. He took his seat March 4, 1SG9, and from the very Qrst waB recognized as the leader of the democratic minority. In 1S7C, 18S9 and again in 18S4 his name was prominently mentioned in connection with the presidency. In 1SSS he was by acclanominated for mation. His defeat ended his political career aud he has since lived in at Columbus. He was a great and good man, loved by his party, and highly respected even by his bitterest political enemies. Roman of vico-preside- nt semi-seclusio- " - - Jambs B. Pace, regarded as tho wealth lest man in Richmond, Va., baa failed for over a million of dollars, caused it is said by tho inability of friends, whoso papar he held, to meet their obligations. Ho hha also been unfortunate in cotton speculations. He was president of the Planters' 'National Bauk, but it is statu! that ho nude it perfectly secure by deed- iriR to it 1250,000 worth of real estate to cover his indebtedness. Mr. Pace made h s money principally in tho tobacco business, lie was a moat liboral and public spirited man and his failuro is a sail blow to the Capital of the ill fated Confederacy. Ifbur memory serves us correctly, ho not only n built a large and handsome Methodist church, but has since kept up its expenses. Charles Kobortson, of Mauckpor', Ind., charged his wife with being unfaithful, whereupon she struck him on the head with a rolling pin, crushing his skull. The wife is now in jail and tho husband is in a hospital. The N. Y. World issued the largest odition Sunday ever sent out by any paper. There wero over 525.000 papers printed each of OS pages and each containing 541 columns of reading, advr-Using and pictorial matter. r PENNY'S DM6 STORE. PJSH CHURCH AFFAIRS. Miss Mary Gowen sang at Walnut Raw Hksry little after his vote practically elected him tells his O. Di.on, tale of woe how Senator Blackburn, or, 1 over Senator Williams, disregarded his promises to him and gave him the very CJld shake when ho went to Washington to hold him to their porformanco. Air. Dixon doesa't deserve any better thau he got, for helping to elect such a man, and ho will receive precious little sympathy by reason of his pitiful recital. The instance goes to prove, however, that the silver Senator is as ungrateful as he is untrustworthy as leader and beyond a certain coterie of kindred spirits has no true friendships. Flat church Sunday night and perfectly charmed her hearers. Tho Armenians sent this appeal to the Christian nation?: "In tho name of humanity nnd Chrintianity savo us." Miss Pearl Dunn died at Kvansvllo, from wounds iut'cuul by a mourner during services at church. Rev. Trafton, of Wilmoro College, preached hero Sunday and will continue to fill the pulpit at the Methodist church each 3d Sunday. He is from New Brunswick, Canada. The Rev. William C. Young, preei-ideof Centre College, will probably weak-minde- TO LOOK FURTHER. Our stock was bought at d JL Jj Jj jyj Tub etory comes from Frankfort that a pickpocket got after Gov. Bradley, who promptly knocked him down. Our representative elect, Hon. B.B. King, wasn't quite so fortunate in getting away with his man. In fact it is told that the man got away with him, or rather with his He had to come home Gov. Bradley is catching Hail Colum- pintaloons. without them, but we do not intend to bia for pardoning before indictment even inference that he came home a repu6lican shoulder hitter named Fer- leave the without any pantaloons on. He is not guson, of Louisville, who if reports be of a man. true went to the polls at tho election of that kind Carroll to raise a disturbance, and on be The Middlesboro Herald made its first nil. WILUAM C. YOUNO. ing arrested, was found to have a pistol appearance Friday and gives material strapped Around him. He was not u vo- evidence that there is Btill life in the leave about the firet or middle of next ter in the district and had no business Magic City, The paper is the week for Excelsior Springs, Missouri, to there. This is a bad start to be sure for a size of this, is printed by a company and remain eome time. He has been in very man who has promised to bring order out edited by Mr. D. E. McDowell, who in bad health. of chaos and enforce the law at all haz- hia Balutatory expresses strong confidence Elder W. P. Walden, of Lancaster, ards. It is just such unnecessary inter- in the certainty that Middlesboro will passed up to Corbin Friday to see after ference with the processes of the law cut and come again. Let ua hope so the new Christian church he is having that breeds the mob bentiment, which built there. He tells us that it will seat Mr. J. W. Peck has sold his Pendleton when completed 300 or 400 people and the governor in his message so juBtly animadverts against. It is a bad start to Democrat plant to J. M. Wilson, Jr ,who be a model of comfort and cozines. say tho least of a reform administration will remove it to Cythiana and publish a Rev. J. T. Sharrard preached a very and we hops the governor will acknowl- republican paper. Mr. Peck keeps his fine discourse on tho relationship of pasedge it by giving his democratic friends, friends in hope by telling them that he tor to congregation Sunday, which struck who want to commend instead of con- will likely open up again at the old stand pretty close to home to some of his heardemn his course by not repeating tl e where he baa done well pecuniarily and ers. He will take to himself a wife this blunder. Taking Gov. Bradley's in- made a good reputation with the frater- week and will not preach next Sunday. augural address in dead earnest and nity. New Hope church in Rockcastle having a most kindly feeling for him per. county still sticks to the NEWSY NOTES. Bonally, we promised to support and encustom of the church for men and wo MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. courage him in every manner within our South Carolina liquor dispensary men to sit on different sides of tho house. power, and we regret that bis first act profits up to Oct. 31, aggregated $210,- - The other day a man named John Smith, Over 100 divorces were recently should be at variance with bis assertions 000. after filling up on whisky, went in and granted inside of three hours by three It is said that 40 carloads of Christ- - sat on the ladies' Bide. LI. P. Allen, the Chicago judges. and our desires. t, mas trees have been shipped from old hususher, went to him aud asked him to In San Francisco a Senator Oamekon, seeing that ho Me. change his seat. This angered Smith, band recently obtained an abeoluto di would not be in it with Quay against Misi Maria Melinefi, of New York, reached for his revolver, Allen, vorca from his wife. him, announces that he will retire from committed suicide while Buffering from and he grasped Smith's throat, in Mr. Harris Craig, the of his term. He public life at the close toothache. and a lively scrimmage occurred, Smith sou of Mr. William Craig, will marry will have been Senator 20 years, having Firo at Council Bluffs, la., destroyed was arrested. Mies Lucy Wilson, of Boyle, tomorrow. succeeded his father, who hold the office property worth over a quarter of a milADDITIONAL LOCAL". Miss Kmma Rockefeller, daughter f 32 years. It is said of him that he has lion of dollars. the Standard Oil magnate, was married never originated an important bill nor Two well dressfil wtnte men forced an Jim Nichols, a negro murderer, was of made a eingle publicaddress in his whole hanged in West Virginia. He confessed entrance into tbe O. S. depot at Danville to Dr. D. Hunter McAlpin, Jr., All departments are at the best. All respond with the greatest atcity. long free silver speech service. He read a Friday nigot nnd at the point of piatolri on the scatlold. MtesiMargaret Hives Nichols waa tractions of the year, which for r, at the last session, but in tho entire hisTho grand jury at Memphis 1ms re- forced O. L Vallan.liugtiam, night married;at Cincinnati to tho Marquis do Con tory of the Fiftieth and Fifty-firtoopru too cash drawer and give turned Go indictmonts against A. K. Chambrun, of the French Legation at gresses, four Ion,? years, he is not record- Wurd, tho forger. them its contcntd, amounting to $14 Washington. ed as haviug made in the Senate any The date of the execution of Theo Tney then nriMd into tho treight oflic a old "They say" that a well we adjourn." other epeech than "I move doro Durraut at San Francisco was set hut took nothing of consqeuence. bichelor, who lives on the Uoyle county 21. line, will lead to tho lijineniHl altar this A fatal collision occurred on the CinA lot of old men dressed up in gowns fjr February I lave seldom if cvnr been equalled. Two men wero killed and two others cinnati Southern near High Bridge Sat- wek 8 pretty maiden who resides rear present about as undignified appearance f dal!y injured by a dynamite explosion urday. While Conductor J L. Duvall had as anything we could imagiuo. Tho Kiob.Lick Station. at Lnfuyette, Tenn. Hon. Jos. A. Walton, of Uormnn-- " his train working iu u tunnel near there members of the supreme court of New Sunday's Cincinnati Enquirer told a freight train dABhed into it, killing him tovn, and Mrp. Julia Th1- York have heretofore followed tho silly killed tho day instantly anil tearing one of hia men a liiferro. of Chatham, wero married in S. supreme court, and of nine persons who wero custom of the U. hunting. lops oil' at tho hip, Michael O'Day. John O.ncinnati. Tho groom is the father of wore the old Mother Hubbards, but it is before while Thousands of Bargains may be had for Christmas giving. In Capt. Harry Jackson, a prominent Ireland, f'eight engineer, sulIVred a bro- Julgu Matt Walton, of Lexington. pleasing to note that by a vote of 12 to 0, after an opera- ken arm; his fireman, JoBeph Worthlan, A man who has kept account of tho they have decidod to discud them. Let lawyer of Atlanta, died tion for appendicitis. bruises on the head and shoulder, and number of kifses exchanged with his the old grannies at "Washington do likeSeven baby elephants arrived atrsew J. 0. Marsh, foreman of the work train, wife since their union cor.sen'a to its wise. The custom is an old English one consigned to Barnum & was badly bruised. Supt. Murphy is in- publication as follow: First year, and appears to be devoid both of reason York Friday, Bailey, the circus men. second year, 10,000; third year, clined to tho belief that criminal and necessity. In a fight in a church yard at WarHe fourth year, 120; fifth year, 2. caused the wreck and that EnGov. Bkadley is the best advertised ren, O., John Flagerty was fatally inthen left oil' keeping the record. gineer Ireland ia at fun't man in America. His picture lias ap- jured and Sam Stone seriously hurt. "There is no runnon wnv a woman peared in nearly every leading paper of Congressman Boatner, of Louisiana, should be compelled to promise to obey A full line of Christmas Toys. The question of the hour is what Honor Krrn. the countiy, together with a sketch of has challenged H. J. Hearsay editor of "You can claim first blood, nnyhow," her husband any more than the hus Christmas gifts to give. Here arc a few of the many articles suitable amhis life, which shows what laudable the New Orleans States, to fight a due). aald tho early customer at tho meat band should be compelled to promieo to bition and grit will do. His remarkable Gov. Matthews was formally in- market, who hnd leaned up ngulnst tho obey bis wife " N. Y. Independent. for Presents. ho captured one of dorsed for the nresidential nomination chopping-blocfight and the fact that and soiled his clothca. The Diblo says: "Wives, submit yourdemocracy's hitherto inpregnable strong by the Indiana State Central Committee. "Yes, air," replied tho butcher, selves unto yourjown husbands as unto holds,r make him a hero in the eyes of a fresh uteak on tho scales, "but the Lord," (Eph. After waiting 11 years for vengeance, and "Likewise ye nearly everybody regardless of politics. Walter Kennedy has killed Amos you've got the first round all right wives be in subjection to your husChicago Tribune. Wright, the slayer of hia father, near enough." while it is nobands," etc., (1 Pet. Gov. Bradley shows by tho appoint Th rretty Milkmaid rMs. PariB, Texas. where written "husbands, submit to ment of Col. Walter Forrester, managing Tbe pretty maiden milks tbe cowa no long- your wives," or "like wise ye husbands The. father of Dalton and Harry Arer, orto by one; editor of the Louisyille Commercial, to nold1 of Frankfort, believes they were What time she did that heretofore she be in subjection to your own wives." be assistant adjutant general, that be ap- not drowned but were picked up by a spends In painting scenery. Her papa drains tho lowing- kino at rise and Is not this a reason? Western Recordpreciates the help of his friends and vessel and taken to Cuba. act of Bun, er. doesn't forget favors. Col. Forrester has Assisted by Iconoclastic vacuum machin-Out of 30 gravea opened in a little to finish and as he ery. served him from start According to a report just issued tho town near Topeka, Kan., 21 were found Chicago will retain a position with the Commer- empty. The students of the medical American Board of Foreign Missions will etill be able to, be of valiant college cial Wifely Solicitude. haB sent out 11,574 missionariep. fled to eecape at Topeka have Wattfl Does your wife object to service to bis adminiatration. Suits, Overcoats, Ladies' and Men's Fine Shoes, Hats, Cap3, Pants, mob violence. your polajr playing? Hon. Edward McPhereon, STANFORD Thk Shelby villo News and tho Potto Oh, not violently. All alio and for many years clerk of nsks of mo is that I will Btart for homo copy our list of Nowa both FEMALE : COLLEGE. quotations, and request their readers to the house, died at Gettysburg, Pa., as aa soon as I find myself a good winner, acIndianapolis Journal. aend anBwera to them, just as if they had the result of an overdose of poison, STANFORD, KV. Why He Took Offrnne. gone to the work themselves of getting cidentally taken. James O. Young, of Sbelbyville, Willie You must be an WILLIAM SI1 ELTON, l'reiident. up tho list aa we did. It's all right though, gentlemen. We like to serve Ind., has entered euit for $5,000 damages man, Mr. Suitor. MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEV, Lady Plincipai. Mr. S. Why bo? ET2T., our friends, but at the same time we like against his son. The boy had hia father Mill Emma L. Martin, residing Teacher in tho Wllllo Because I heard pa Bay that SiudrlUll; for them to show that they appreciate arrested, alleging that he had threatened A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, it. to kill him and now the old man wants you wero bounced about twice a week. Mill Mary Cowtn, Principal oi the Mutic Department; N. Y. World. damages. T: D. RANEY, Manager. The Louisville Truth baa donned a Mits Mary P. Harris. Principal of the DepartItellcTlas HI Fecllnc. A lepresentative of Maxim has ment! ol Art and Elocution. new dreaa and giveB other evidence of a will be bound over Magistrate You brought, to the United States one of Branch Stores. prosperity which moat everybody but to keep tho peace toward all her majes- Next Session willJBegin Wednesenjoy. Editor W. Maxim's latest inventions, a gun that iu a Anr Norman will Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenceburg, Cynthiana, ty's subjects for six months. day, January 22. m i?Jn1v nava that under tbe new man guaranteed to fire 600 rounds a minute. WelL 'eaven elp tho first Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. BUI Syke For terrai, &c, aenil for Circular or call at th gement the paper has been unusually It weighs only 127 pounda and can be op iurriuer as I cornea acroaal College. j erated by one man. puccesoful pecuniary. n And will be sold the same way. We have a line of Goods at 25c, 50c, $1, $2, $3, $5 and upwards that would formerly have cost you double the money. In BOOKS especially are We Sure to Please You. Solid Gold, Sterling- Silver and Plated Goods and in fact EVERYTHING Id the Line of the Jeoieler At Ruinously Low Prices. PENNY'S DRUG & JEWELRY STORE. Great Display of time-honor- ed .t Fox-craf- 17-ye- ar self-defen- se HOMY GOODS. c New-Yor- opet-ato- st to-d- o Splendor & Low Prices At the Louisville Store 30,-50- 0; neg-lign- 3,-G- Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, k Hlnp-pln- g" 3-- Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Silk and "Worsted Mufflers, Collars and Cuffs, Gloves, Shirts, Underwear, - Tlmt-Heral- CLOAKS &- CAPES, j Eliza-bethto- Fine Mackintoshes, Etc THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STANFORD, India-rubb- er , PicJc-Mo-U- p. rSemi-Weekly -- ' -- ysaL:r -- rrx Interior Journal 17, 1805 RKAi)DankB'hig"ad" Silk and cotton inulllerH nt the right prices nt Shanks'. See Danks' brownie window. Fink hoar for sale. C. Stanford. C. Withe is STEELING SILVER : NOVELTIES ! Stanford, Kt., Dix'kmiikk E. C. Walton, Business Manager Don't ynu need boiup knlvpB, forktj or Bpooiifi? IlemembiT vnryiliinK Rot-- nt induced prices. A beMitiliil nolt'ctlon ol rinj-- loo. Come ami look tliein over. l'uiiny'H Druir hihI Jewolrv lore. PEBS0NA1 POINTS. t Miss Maiy Kay leavca tlifs woek for Butler Knives, Sugar Shells, Tea Spoons, Tabic J. A. Hkmihkn, nt lUugbman'fl stable, and prices nt ShnnkB. Alexandria, Ln., to vilt relativm. Spoons, Soup and Cream Ladles, Berry Spoons, I)k. and Miw. G. V. IJuonauoii wunt will mnko your buggy curta'ns and tops. Rkmkmiibr, boyn, that if you want a Napkin Rings, Fancy Sets, etc. III,.. M upto Muill8on Friday to upend Hevtral No matter for whom you want yonr tailor mnde suit you can get the best and dnye. nt, DankH, the jeweler cau fill the quickest service at Shanks'. e M Mil. N II. Thick, of Garrard, spent eevv presi bill. IiIh brother. Dr. A. S. eral daya willi Tiik L. & N. will give n j rate for t h Price. O.nk riioi'HAND pounds of candy for holidays and sell tickets Dec. 22 to 'J5 -- Jan. 1, good to return Jan. 3 Miss MamikSiiiold, who ban been Xiiihh, the best made. Higgins and MiMjLilllu l'ejton, returned to Lex t Want to make somebody a Christmas inton, Saturday. Wk are after your trade with n big gift? Buy one of those beautiful pastel Miss Sai.uk WwT, of Ilnrrodtburi!, is Has the finest assortment of Watches and rich Jewelry in this vicinity and we have made the prices spevisiting her Bister, MtM Jeiinltt West, at line of Xtiikis goods at popular prices. pictures at Severance fc Son's, large DSc, cially LOW for Xmas. We can't fail to please you. For the Holidays we will sell Dauke, the jeweler. Biunll 18c. Mayor J. N. secretary of thu ProviV. L. Bah J hk railroads are going to make a rate Lkctuhk. W. II Mervera,of Uillsbo-rCoal Co., is the first to send a of n half dence Ky. O., will give astereoptican lecture on n mile to the Atlanta ex rent nice calendar to ttiirtolllce. Madagascar at the Christian church, position from Dec in to 25th. Mis. MaooikHiatt, of Garrard, and Stanford, Thursday evening, next. Mira Bailie Noel, of Danville, are. visiting R R. Nokl A Son have moved their "Inckkabino cloudiness nnd rain. ColMinsfH Mary and Mappta Noel. coal ollice to just below the depot where H. G. Kosk, tbo Loulsvillo they can always be found with a big sup- der Tuesday evoning," Bald yesterday's Mh. D. dispatch from tho signal service. The Pobi'b biiHtlinK representative, in bero ply of coal. m weathor for feyeral days has been very seeing after the papei'a interest. Wiiilk having n iiiulo shod Saturday fine. Mn. am Mub. KnwAim Caktkii will line of Opera Guards, Cuff Links, Scarf Pins, Studs and Rings are especially beautiful. We will put and tnko rooniH in Mr. OyriiH M. Joiiob was kicked in the move to town y l ii wk received Irom the houth, a Our side nnd quite painfully though not seron sale this week Craig's brick buildup. Dr. W. N. shlpui. in of long leaf yellow pine Hour and sonB, Durton iously hurt. P. Hill, Mkb. T. ing, And ceiling, and will make prices and Tom, left Sunday lor Uuilalo, WyoTo the tax payers of Lincoln county lower than has ever been oflered here. ming. Mr. Hill wiib to meet them at Don't complain when you tee jour A O. Sine. (Jhiraito. property advertised. I must have the Thbsk dnyaseem to bo about ns slioit Ladies' and Misses' sizes and they are beauties. A rich assortment of A lkttkii from Mr. T. 11. Walton says tax. T. I). Newland. S. L. C. as they can get, but the almanac makers G , was too cold for thai TbomiiBVllle, K.N Mahuik. Mr. Biid Mrs. Edward say they will continue to shorten till him nnd that he had koiiu to Orlando, of Hnrrodsburg, have issued in- next Saturday, when they reach their R)sser, Fla., with a iew of locating. limit of shortness. Littlk KoiiniK Pbnny, daughter ol Dr. vitations to their pleasant home, "Kof-eher Place," at S p. m , Jan. 3d, 1W0. and Mrs. V. 11. Penny, celebrated Now is your chance. GOO samples, tin The finest in the land. See our Babies' Dress Sets, Rings, gold lined Caps, Knivse, Fork and Spoon eighth birthday Friday by giving dershirts, overshirts, socks, suspenders, A tiiilk kit a three year-olbay horse Sets, Napkin Holders, Neck Chains, etc. o'clock dinner to n score or more of her with saddle at James Riimbo's, hose, handkerchiefs, at lees than cost to little friends. Sunday night, and taking Rambo's make room. You can't afford to miss Miaa Hattik Gann, daughtor of Mr. this. Severance k Son. bay went on hia way. II. 0. Gann, who used to live here but Plates, Salads, Candelabrum, A. D. Coffees, Photo Frames, Cheese Dishes, Brush Trays, Dresser Comk and buy some of our home made Cake Wiiilk cutting down a tree on Mr. now resides in Somerset, has opened a Sets, Dresden Lamps, etc. comforts, blankets, table sets, portierref, photograph gallery at Dayton, Tenn., (ieorgeS. Shelby's farm, Ieander was struck by a limb and serious- laco curtains, towels, napkins, handker BayB the Somerset Paragon. Mn. A. A. Waiihkn is tilling Joe Kmb-ry'- ly hurt. He was rendered unconscious chiefs, clothing or something useful for your friends for Xmaa. See ad. Hughes place in the bank at present, but it foroovernl hours. A nice line of China Clock and up to date goods of every description. Buy your goods of the Jeweler & Tate. hia friends to heir will be Rood news to that is a Jeweler and save money. Come early and stay late. We want your trade. t Tiik court of appeals affirms Judge that Joe will soon be able to fill hia own Sautley's decision in tho Boyle All persons having claims against the circuit place. He is nearly well again. estate of M. L. Bourne, dee'd, will precourt In the case of the Commonwealth Own artist disappointed ua in the picsent thflm properly verified, to J. B. wo print vs. the L. & N. and reverses in tho cse ture of Mlsu Elleu Owsley, but Paxton for payment, and those indebted of theCincinnati Southern vs. Palmer. that of another young lady instead, as to the estate will please settle with him will be Been by reference to our first Country Puouuck Mr. R. F. Dueen-berr- y, immediately. " page. Mlaa Quality will certainly appear t m of Huntington, W. W, is here to Tiik young ladies of tho Presbyterian Friday. buy all kinds of country produce. DelivLl'cikn Bkcknkh, who married Miss er nt Mack Bruce's stable nnd get cash church cordially invite everybody, without further notice, to attend the BirthMarie Davis Warren, of Danville, was for it. Kggs especially wanted. day Party at Walton's Opera House, after an examination granted law license Mn. J. W. Uarkib, editor of tho Ken- nxt Friday, beginning at 5.30 P. M judges of the court ol appeals, before the nnd will practice with his lather, ex tucky Kernels in the Louisville Post, is There will be no charge for admission, publishing a list of the oddly named but each person will be expected to Congrefsman Beckner, at Winchester. towns in the State. What's the matter bring the number of pennies correspondMb. B. F. Haydks will leave with hia children for Seguic, Texas, with muntiouim: O. K. nnd Jumbo in ing to his age as a donation. where hia (rienda hope he will llnd a this county. Tub Ijouisville Post says that John pleasant home and get all this world' Tiik side track to tne Roller Mills has Farrell, who killed Sam Fugleman in goods he desires. Mr. and Mrs. A.J. been completed. It has proved quite in this county and was sont up for life, Uayden will keep the little infant, wno costly but it will pay in the long run, as was refused n pardon by Gov. Bradley. eight months ago lost ila mother. the product can now be loaded from the This IB getting things somewhat mixed Tiik Louisville Commercial of Thins mill directly into the cars nnd buvo the and may lead people to think that Mack ' day publiuhes u picture and sketch ol expense of ti team. Ferrell Is meant, but hia brothers say Samuel M. Carson, who wiib elected to that no petition for pardon has been Tiik change of schedule that went In-- Btnt to tho now governor. tJie Legislature from the 10th ward of ellect on the Kuoxville branch allects Mr. Ciirson that city. The paper iay. Answkkb to the list of quotations from county in 1S37. Hn freight traiiiH principally. There is no was born in Lincoln V rginians, but he does change in the Hrrivnls of the p29enger authors hnve been received since lest nnvestors were Friday's paper wi not claim to bo one of thu F. F. Vs. At trains here, save in 'JO, which comes 3 issue ns follows and tell who gets the 15 prize: Miss Edwin later, or 3:1s a. m. the breaking out of the civil war he minutes A'lamB, Danville; Mies Lettie Helm, enlisted in the First Kentucky Cavalry Mn. J. L. i'tiuiiMAN, of the Globe, Dan- Stanford; Miss M. Pearl King, Danville, Camp Dick Robinson. on Oct 8, 18(U, at ville, Bent us a advertiseMiss Aunamary O'Hara, Dry Ridge, After the war he returned to his old homo ment yesterday, for this isue, but it Grant county; Mies Alva Pope, Danville at Stanford nnd bold several public posi- reached us too late to insert. He hni Mies Allie Hendricks, Stanford; Mrs. T. tions, among them those of marshal, po- mide reduction of 'JO per cent, on L. Bradley, Danville. lice judge and tax collector. men's, hoy's anil children suits and on Shot a Nboho. On Wednesday of lait overcoatH he has cut the prices away week Mr. Fred P. Bishop had a Blight CITY AND VICINITY. down. Now is the timo to sue him. misunderstanding with a colored tenant JAKiiiNiKKiaatcoAt at Karris it liar Diamond Go.nf. At tho inauguration named Tom Kendrick over the division nt Frankfort, P. W. Green told a repre- of some corn. It amounted to nothing Tiik lamps nnd China at Dankfl are su- sentative of this paper that he had been and Mr. Bishop thought no more of it. perior to Rny in town. touched for his fine diamond pin, but he On Friday the darkey met him in his thought he was joking. It turns out to corn field and told him ho was going to Wikk, Steel Range, Xiuua gift, $ib be true, however, and Wood is in it for kill him for calling him bj ugly name Higgina k McKinney. several hundred dollars. Served him and at the same time drew his pistol. Fou Rknt. Cottage on Logan Ave. right. Ho had no huaiuessat a republi- Mr. Bishop happened to bo armed also and ho too went for his gun. Tho latter can inaugural. after Jan. 1st. 8. P. Stagg. claims that the darkey had snapped his in contro of Sinck we stopped seeing to tho weath- pistol twico when ho began to shoot and Two good er it has boon all out of joint, but it will while ho emptied his pistol at him, Kentown for rent. Applv at this office. be better now. On complaint to Observ got in a couplo of shots. Mr. BisDon't buy your OhristmsB goods until er Frank Burke, at Louisville, he took, drick hop escaped unhurt but the darkoy was you visit Craig ifc Hocker'a cash house. the matter to tho authorities at Wash- shot in one of his hands and a bullet alfor the holidays ington and Saturday the discontinued so grazed his side. Kendrick had a writ sTub College will close next Friday, to resume uraId on the woather reports began to como again, and sworn out and the trial was sot for towhat is better we don't have to distrib- morrow morning at 10 o'clock. 30tb. ute them to other points either. Oiiancihs, lomouB, bananas, Krnpea.figs, Pkrisiikd in tiik Flames. John Zwal-IoMcTiik reception at the college Friday evdateB and cocoanuta. Higgina & a German living near Ottenheim, ening was largely attended and much en- was burned to death Sunday morning Kinney. desirablo residence on joyed. President William Shelton and about 3 o'clock. He had lived alone For 8ALK.-- Our daughter, Mrs. Nannie Saulley, did the since the death of his wife a month or so Upper Main street. Call on or address honors of the evening, while Misses Mary ago, and it is supposed the house caught Dr. Hugh Reid. - Cowen, Mary Harris and. Emma Martin fire from the flue Bnd that he did not Twxnty children's jackets U, 8 and 10 did all in their power to entertain the awaken in time to get out. His brothyears, at lew than manufacturers' prices. gue&ts. Miss Cowen Bang n number of er, Sam Zwallen, who lives about 300 new-thing- ' Bonga in sweetest melody, Miss Harris re- yards distant, arrived about the time the Soveranco & Son. cited "Tho Little RedjFan" in a most bo bouae fell in and saw his brother in the A nick rocker will keep your hnaband witching manner to music by Misa Cowflames, but could render him no assist& Hocker homo of evenlugs. Withers en and also gavej John Harding just as ance and if would have been unnecessahave them in every variety. acceptably. Mr. Thomas M. Owsley ren- ry, as life was already extinct. Zwallen can not bo duplicated no dered some pleasing selections on tho was 02 years old and besides a 15 acre Our prices matter what others say. Come in and mandolin nnd others contributed to the farm, had a little money. He was a pleasure of tho evening. The art dis- peaceable citizen and popular with the see for yourself. Danks, the jeweler. play of Miss Harris' class, showing; how various settlers in that section. The fast the pupils had progressed since she house was a frame building Mr. James W. Biuh is building a nice on his farm on the took charge, was a decided proof of her with several rooms and was well fury residence competent teaching. nished. .i Hoitonvilla pike, opposite W. B. HuTa, Mc-Klnu- Lai hoiikh nnd iioise blnnkets, cheap, Ik you don't Beo what you wnnt in nt.1 O McClary's. this paper, you will find it in the one this Bizo Friday. Somktiiino for everybody at Drinks. m Prices from fiu to $500. Pier hkh. Rowland for cheap, first-claphotos, $1 per dozen until January Ukkohk purchasing winter wraps 1, 1890 Cordior. prices at Shanks'. Fou Hunt. House now occupied by A iieautu'Dl line of ladies' linen nnd Mrs Pattie Haya. Possession given Jan cotton handkerchiefs nt Shanks'. 1. MissLiccie Benzley. . Fou Hknt. the desirable Pink CotBlack muI white nnd initialed silk tage property. Apply to W. P. Walton. handkerchiefs in various si zee, qualities ob-taim ea Nail Files, Cuticle Knives, Tooth Brushes, Paper Knives, I lair Curlers, Glove and Button Hooks, Lock Bracelets, Book Marks, Watch Safes, Garters, Belts, Manicure Sets, Sleeve Holders, Pen Wipers, Coat and Hat Marks, etc., etc, Sterling' Silver Tableware ".) NrfJf fel Ment-fee'e- . J, o, m II Solid 14 lit Gold Wateb Genuine Watham, for only $19.95. -- m to-da- J., m A SOLID GOLD SET RING FOR 98c. r Banquet Lamps and Onyx Tables, Finest Imported China and Vases, Walnut or Oak Bight Day Clock, $2.45. d Mn-woo- d, eight-year-ol- d Mc-Cho- rd a m DANKS, the Jeweler. RUSH FRONT WE ARE -:-:- -:- ti Holiday Novelties 1 In great profusion. You will miss it if you do not come and see my stock. three-colum- n Beautiful Medallions, Newest Holiday Books, From the best authors and in Holiday Bindings. Our stock of Holiday, Miscellaneous and Set Books has never been more complete. -- Btore-roo- ma In Work Boxes, Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Toilet Sets, Comb and Brush Sets, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Photo Albums, Picture Frames and Fancy Mirrors. ELEGANT DESIGNS BCDLiIi - BOILI, ' m n, A new and beautiful line at prices to suit all, from 5c to $5. Games and Musical Instruments. This stock is immense and contains every out this season. A large assortment of Wagons, Dolls, Buggies, Iron Toys, Iron Trains, Doll Beds, Doll Cradles and Child's Desks, all for LOWEST CASH PRICE. one-ator- y two-stor- W. B. NIcROBERTS. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJomai HOW PERUVIANS CELEBRATE. FOR YOUNG WIVES. ing capabilities. Iago says, "Your Dano, your German and your swag bellied Hollander aro nothing to your English." Tho mead, cider, ale, pigment and morat of tho Celts and Saxons havo Norman suo-cesser? iu claret or clarrc, garhloillao and hlppocras. Tho Saxon morat was mado of honey and mulberries, and tho Norman hlppocras, Indispensable at all high feasts, was sweetened wine mixed with spices. Tho garhlofllac was a whlto wlno spiced with glrollo or cloves, and wo am still read an order of Henry III directing the keeper of his wines to get ready for Chri.stmns two tuns of white wine tomakogarhlotllao and one tun of red wlno for claret. Tho same king gives orders for peacocks and boars' heads for the feast, how luxury was creeping In muro and moro. It was this king vvIiom- coronation at Gloucester Is depleted in one of tho cathedral windows. In a notable Christmas spent there in 1234 nearly all his nobles left him becnuso ho hnd given tho best scnts at tablo to foreigners. But wo must never forget that until Crecy was fought and won In 1310 there was no English Christmas. Previous to this Saxon and Norman dwelt apart as servant ami master, tho Saxon clinging to his simpler If coarser mode of llfo. Tho Norman sat scornful and aloof in his feasts. But tho loaven was none tho loss working, and each successive generation of tho two races becamo moro and moro cognizant of tho other's doings. Tho Saxon dwelling as sorvaut In tho Norman's halls must conform in part to tho ways of the housohold, and tho Norman child to his faithful Saxon sorvant listened with eager cars to tho tales of Arthur nnd his knights, for tho Saxon and Celt had long ero this mado common causo. Wo havo no talo of tho roveronco of the cross to toll in tho observance of a Norman Christmas, and yot tho wars of tho cross drqw Saxon nnd Norman closer and eloser, until in tho ttmo of Edward III they made common causo and fought bravely side by side, tho Saxon full of admiration for tho skill which could conquer brute force In feats of arms, and tho Norman no longer disdainful, for ho finds the Saxon yeoman a trusty friend, a faithful subject and n worthy ally. And so wo como to the England of Chaucer, tho father, tho tho bright and morning star of our language tho richest, tho greatest and mo.it comprehen&lvo of tho languages of tiio world. Let us join him lu "Nowell crlcth every lustle man." Philadelphia Ledger. 1 ClirUtmne TrV.e , Hriwon of Jollification. AArtcoa Which, If llroilc.f, Kill I.o the friction of Married Mr. Hull PlchU After Church. 1M)5 Stanford, Ky.. Drcemiiki. 17, Some excellent ndvleo to a young A Christmas celebration In Peru has peculiar features. In the cities, and moro wifo consists of an earnest exhortation especially in Limn, there nro bewildering to preserve iliRcrcet silence with respect W. P. WALTON. scenes of nctlvlty on Christmas eve. Tho to family matters, says Princes. streets nnd square aro crowded with a Ahvnya remember that what you gayly dressed people. Droves of nsses aro learn about your husband's family In XOHMAN to bo seen In every direction laden with to bo kept to jourwlf; that when you fruit, boughs from tho mountnlns, liquors and other merchandise lco stalls, provid- married him and took his name you beAND FEASTS OF ENGLAND'S ed with chairs anil benches, came one of the family, and the little CUSTOMS nro crowded by tho perspiring pleasure seekers, who trouble, the little skeleton, is not to ANCIENT RULERS. be discussed with the members of the And lco necessary on sultry. Christmas. As night npproaches tho streets aro family in which you were born. To Celt nml Saxon.it Were the Servant of packed with a noisy peoplo, and joko and your nister it may mean nothing that Stcn-piTheir Conquerors Lamprrra Jest and merry pranks become tho rulo. some trouble linn como to your husFrom tho Severn llrlnk. of the Knrly Thee are participated In mostly by band's brother. You niny tolt It to her strangely attired persons in masks. Muslo in secrecy, and it may seem Ilrlton. lVacocka and lloant' Hernia. of ho little of guitars, clattering castanets and pebbles rattling In gourds fill tho air with mingleM importance that she will repeat it to Celtic superstitions nml tradition prenihtoi-in-laand gradually what vail lu England, tho Imiiluf tho mistletoe; discordant sounds. No door Is closed. her tho romnnco of Arthur nml his knights There aro muslo and dancing and tho dis- was meant to be kept quiet is told all lingers nrouiul Avnlon; Roman luxury Is tribution of gifts in every house. All aro round the neighborhood. The art of with us in Unth nml Cirencester; Somer- weleomo to enter. Strangers aro sure of a keeping to yourself what you hear on set recalls tho scenes of Athelney ami hearty welcome, and to bo a foreigner U each side of the house is one that you Glastonbury, and In tho iimgnlllcent piles to havo a double claim on hospitality and must cultiwito, for it means the keepof Worcester, Gloucester nml Hereford wo to recelvo a double welcome. All ceremony ing of puice. Surely, you would not still gazo In admiration on theso vvondors nnd restraint nro absent. Suddenly the scene changes. Tho lnld-nlg- wish to hurt your husbnnd, and yet you of Norman generosity. bell at tho cathedral has summoned will do it if you cannot keep quiet. But what havo theso Normans bequeathed to us of Christmas customs? Nothing nil to mass. Tho houses and streets aro When you enter his mother's hous distinctive, for tliolr nncestors, the sen nearly deserted, while tho churches, with anything that is told to you in confikiurs, vvero nut, ousnoots or tno nuiio their decorations and blazing tapers, nro dence must be forgotten when jou leave It, unless, indeed, it is discussed Scandinavian forefathers of tho Saxons, thronged. Again on Christmas morning tho streets, with your husband, and the saint- rule and thus we had already received through Dano and Saxon tho observances of north- nro crowded and tho markets aro thronged, will apply to your own family. Don't ern Yulo. But n greater luxury and lovo but nt 9 o'clock the churches aro again Imagine that every little frown. eery of display In every form entered English filled. After tho services como tho feast, Is meant for llfo. Quality, no longer quantity, was tho and tho games, and tho sports. Of all tho little ilisngreeable word fashion of tho board. Tho ox and calf sports bull fighting is tho favorite, and you, and do not retail to your husband flesh, sheep and swlno flesli, appear as beef, tho Christmas fight Is generally tho best anything unpleasant that may hae vcnl, mutton and pork; huge horns of of tho season, aa eight or ten bulls nro fro- - j hnppcned when you were visiting at homo browed nlo glvo place to wines; quently killed on that day, besides several his mother's house. Think that she Is e spiced and highly seasoned dishes first ap- horses, nnd not infrequently one or two your mother, too, and give her the pear. But at heart tho Norman is nomoro of tho lighting men. In tills sport women of seaklng to you us your mother refined than tho Saxon. Where tho Saxon appear to take moro enthusiastic pleasure does. I know it isn't always ca to than tho men. is simple minded, trustworthy nnd faithhave fault found vvitJi one when one i. When night comes, there Is a grand proful, tho Norman is crafty, cunning and debest, but think over ceitful. Ills fair words may sound sweet- cession, headed by the priests ami monks, tryingisto do one's said, if there is anything helpwho aro followed by tho soldiers nnd peo- - what er, 'tis all. Many and varied now are tho dishes at plo. All nro gayly dressed, and many lu ful in It. It is in the woman's power feasts. Our terrapin nnd cnnvnslmck duck fantastic costumes and masks. Banners, to make or mar the sanctity of marhad their prototype in tho crane, indis- flags, streaming ribbons and green boughs riage by the manner in which she acanil pensable at all nrlstocratlo feasts, and are carried,lw, music fills tho air. In tho ' cepts its responsibilities. It is as due ,1.1.1.:. . , tinld ntnft tmuiAklntl tliiirt ..--a iiviu own ...v. In Beoket's days, for King Henry was a ....,..v rt ...v ,..v.-o..-. to the eai nest endeavors of a good w Ife vcrltablo gormand, wo Hnd such dishes tho figure of tho Madonna bearing in her that many a husband has been rearms tho Holy Child. After a long march ns "dlllegrout," "karumplo" and tho procession returns to tho cathedral, claimed or prevented from lending the downward path, as, unfortunately, it Is thero disbands and tho Christmas celebraDlllegrout required great skill on tho that carelessness or iiuliiTerpiiee or cook's part, for i,t was composed of almond tion Is at an end. Now York Herald. neglect from the "weaker half" in milk, tho brawn of capons sugar and MISTLETOE AT YULE-TIDE- . spices, chicken parboiled and chopped nnd physical strength has weakened her Is often known as "lo ineso degyroii." If power and made her influence useless. fat were added to It, then It became "mau-pig- s Kot So Generally Uteil a Holly -- Veneratcil by the Druid. rutin." OUNCES OF PREVENTION. Tho connection of mlstletoo with ChristTho tenant of tho manor of Addington in Surrey held his lands in return for a mas is n very curious one, says Robert Wear a clean apron while ironing or mess of dlllegrout on tho day of the king's Blight In tho Philadelphia Pros, and fnr from being n general one. Literature Is coronation. To clean bamboo furniture use a Tho Norman king-- had learned to ap- perhaps mainly responsible for it. In that preciate tho stowed lnmpreysof tho Severn, allusions to a custom, In a great degree brush dipped iu saltwater. The eyes should be bathed every and tho loyalty of Gloucester was tested purely local, havo mado n Inrgo number of every yenr by tho preparation of a hugo persons interested in tho plant. It, more- night in cold water just before retiring over, seems to me that the custom of using and they will do better work the follow lamproy plo for tho sovereign. So fond was Henry II of this rich dish it in unrisimas uecorations uepenus on'.I inffday that his gluttony overcamo his prudence, two considerations first, its evergreen vvnen very tiren lie on tnc back, al and his last illness and death resulted habit, and, secondly, the vonoratlon In I from the samo. John, too, lined tho citi- which it was held by tho Druid. In tho lowing every muscle to relax, letting the hands go nny way they will, and zens of Gloucester for not sending him orchards of Herefordshire nnd Worcestertheir usual tribute. But when lampreys shire, lu England, and in those of Nor- keep the eyes closed. cost 60 conts npioco and a wholo sheep's mandy, apple trees may bo seen covered If you have to sew all day change your carcass could bo bought for the 6nmo sum, with mlstletoo to such an oxtont that In seat occasionally nnd so obtain rest. need we wonder at tho economical tend- winter time, when divested of tholr natural encies displayed toward tho worthless leaves, they presont n mass of green In tho Bathing the face and hands will also stimulate and refresh. king? leaves of their parasite. Oil stains may be removed from wall Tho Christmas lamprey plo, which Tho reasons mentioned havo no doubt Gloucester sends to tho reigning king or dono much to secure for tho mistletoe tho paper by applying for four hours pipe queen, Is well worth notlco. Last year placo which In recent times it has held in clay, powdered and mixed with water tho oustotn, fallen Into abeyance, was re- Christmas festivities, but it is not so uni- to the thickness of cream. vived, nnd n plo weighing 31 pounds was versally honored at Yuletldo as tho holly. For stains in matting from greav dispatched to Windsor and gratefully ac In fact, Its popularity Is purely local, aud ol. then rub on knowledged by hor majesty. According to Its uso'as an ornament, in places where It wf the "I?,1 w,th an ancient reoipo, "takoout yobaekobone, does not grow, is duo rather to an antl wmte costtle soap. icl mis dry in n soason ym with cloves, maco, nutmeg, pep- quartan sentiment than to any feeling coke nnd then wash off with warm salt per nnd nllsplco, stow ym In boof gravy, that its presence at the rejoicings of tho water. port wlno and wine of Madeira, put ym iu season Is necessary. You may havo a very LATEST BRIDAL FAD. a pie, with chopped anchovies, flour and merry- - Christmas without nuy mistletoe at butter; eat yt with lemon juice, mustard all, but to tho majority of tho peoplo a A Very MjlUh uml Unrfnl Addition in tlio Christmas without a sprig or two of holly and horseradish." Ilrlp' Covtumn. Accompanying this gift nro sliver skow-er- s would scarcely seem to bo Christmas at The latest bridal fad is tho "sac Mar bearing the city arms, engraved or all. Even that rare old plant, tho Ivy green, guerite," a Hhif'hl-shnpc- tl bf", made of raised In relief. The English had long era cannot compete with tho holly as n neces this time been celebrated for their drink- sary part of domestic adornment for tho elet or satin nnd painted w ith flowers matter now? n Didn't flo There-Fond Mother Denr me, what' a tho . lloo-ho- o ,J M ERTAKING nv- - ! 0 jou know? Murrletl Daughter linsband has deceived me. Pond Mother The hnito! ruy llo-r- . do CintlSTMAS. Married Daughter lie boo-h.lie said lie was was going to the church fair last night, nnd didn't- - He. went somewhere else. Mother Who told sou In wentsomc; where else? Daughter No one. Thl morning I found some money in Ms pockets boo l N. Y. Weekly. hoo-hoo- 11 Aio ojs;o cxiiMir Practical Trimmer, Embalmor And Funeral Director. carry a nice lint ni Harness, Saddles, Hridlcs, liuggy Robes, Horse Hlankcts, Whips, &c. Room opposite Court House Square, Stanford, Ky. l Aet'oiintril I or. Miss fiiislum Where did yon get jour wonderful verrntillty In (lotion? Old Rusher I had to Invent an absolutely new story every morning at four o'clock. Miss Uushavv To satisfy the unappeasable publisher? Old Rusher Nix. To satisfy my wife after a poker party at tho club. N. Y. World. A .Sure A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. Dealer in Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, ETC. I ht - Theirs was a secret liiRrrlnxe. but the secret wouldn't keep. Although they trle-- It carefully to cover: For some one heard them quarreling, and saw tho lady weep, Before a little fortnlcht hnd pasucd over J Men. handle the best grade of goods an I sell at the lowest prices. JtiUfie. KMH'Wi:i Oil'. ' Cteta Rockers, Centre Tables, Rugs, Kaslcs, Picture Frames, Pictures and Screens at J pri-lleg- Withers UCi'toLP & Hooker's Co, Stanford, Ky. I 4 "mau-plgyrpun- ." :m St. Asaph Carriage at him. Ethel (indignantly) You needn't tell me that football isn't brutal. Just look at poor Tom Sluggnr, tin; cast-iro- n half-back. STANFOHI), KENTUCKY, MERSHON & GREER. Proprietors. All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing bed-makin- g. llrother Holj Yes, Just Tho chump might hae after the football season ing his first bicycle lesson. look 1IT Way. We have an artistic Von Ulunier (looking at his wife's Special attention to horses with diseased feet. check book) You don't mean to soy Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidiousjn his work. you have given out a check for $100? Why, you've only got $50 in the bank to MR. Gi. KIELEY. SXPERIEECED PHIETEB. meet it! Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trill. His Wife That's nil right, dear! If tho cashier says anvthlug about it I'll tell him to charge It. Puck. waited till done in first class style. before tak Judge. Horse Shoeing and Blachsmithing of all Kinds. E. BE .Sjiolllnt Cook. Mr. Llvewell Where does tho cook go every evening? Mrs. Livewell Sho is attending an evening school, so ns to learn to read. Mr. Livewell Horrors! She'll aoon be making up things from tho cook books. N. Y. Weekly. A LOOK HERE I Sccding'timc is now right at hand; we have a largcjstock of Youthful Stole. Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, Willy Slimsou looks nice. That cocoauut cake Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine Mrs. Witherby Yes; it dors. Shall our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting I help you to n piece, Willy? Willy (wistfully) No 'm; I guess short and we arc offering special inducements to close out a nice line not. One piece would only be mi aggra- of Huggies and Surreys. 1'uck. Hi. .Mount Will. vation. I ' Christmas merry gatherings. Still mlstletoo has a certain amount of sentiment attached tolt, and therefore tho mistletoe bough Audi a place In tho farmhouses, mansions and castles of tho districts of England where It grows and in tho dwellings of tho wealthy where It can bo purchased, while hero a .pray Is bought just for tho sake of old memories. . - core-moulo- Tho ChrUtmus JlenHHRc. Cold must bo tho heart that has no to this Brent Christmas sontlmont, barren Indeed tho homo Into which no recognition of tho Chrl3t child enters, no thought of that inestimable gift that has mado all mankind brethren. To the poorest and humblest of us this Christmas mussago speaks. Tho vviso men required the guiding of a star, but to tho watching shepherds tho angel spoko fnco to faco, and there is a Christmas' sentiment In all these gay streets and jostling crowds- that tho wise men of our own day uro not always tho first to understand. In a few days moro tho ovcrgreons will havo faded, and wo shall bo going about our business with all tho stern realities of tho now year before us. Hut wo shall carry wnnethlng over from this great holiday that will yot fade If wo care to keep it green, a now Impulse of faith and lovo that will keep tho world still growing brighter aud better because of Christmas day. Philadelphia Times. - Urovvnley (enrnestly) I so like to see young ladies wear fur Ikmis like yours tucked up under tlielr chins. It which fotin the main floral decoration matter how homely a girl Is, doesn't sho is of tho wedding feast. The decorative bound to look pretty Used up that way. chrysanthemum, the wimple daisy, the Judge. rare orchid, or the bride'H rose can be Joke mi in. faithfully represented by this delight"These jokes about tho young man ful art. The "sac" in this case is made of staying so late," remarked Cholllo nt satin, edged with chiffon 11: 6S p. in., "maid) me tired." "Dear met" said Maud Edith. "I had frill. It Is attached to the right sldo of the dress by two batin ribbons, with an Idea you never got tired." Indianapolis Journal. 1 1 1 W. h. WITHERS. Salesman B. HI. WEAH.E1T. CLOTHING H. : i cream-colore- d Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, Can fit any man bald-heade- or inside." can marry a Ready made or made to measure, as uits customer. man; could you do it?" "That depends." "On what?" : "Whether his head was bald outside "I can't d A Vital IHMlm-tlon- . fceo how n glii IJrooklyn Life. J. M'ROBERTS. TIIK IlI.Uh-OUAS- S Hont Vet. d HKKU OK $3?9& "I began life without a cent in my mnn to an pocket," said the purse-prou- acquaintance. "I didn't even have n porket." replied the latter, meekly. Pittsburgh Chronicle-Tel- Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Grab Orchard, - Kentucky. egraph. Chuhu unil KITi'cl. Editor Mr. Spencer, this story of yours looks like a very overdrawn account. Mr. Spencer Naturally, sir. The facts in the case beggared description. N. Y. Recorder. Ilnil Worked Hint rrevlotnly. Dingiibs Old mnn, I wish you could lend me about live dollars. Shadbolt I wish I could, Dinguss. Chicago I'd bo certain to keep it. Not In Any Necil. Old Lady Flgi foraa'a from the best tjroi of Register ock. Ilcccilotiiecur.J from mr bent berth la iiTeril different StMei. Correspondence Solicit? J.H. IJAUGIIMAN. S. 11. BAUGHM'A'fl' do-vot- well-sprin- HkukIdk the Holly. Tho English holly is Oner in quality than that grown on American shores, says tho St. Louis Republic. Tho leaves aro a bettor groen and tho borrlos largor, and beforo tho holiday season sets In great hampers of it aro shipped from the English ports to delight American eyes aud hearts. An attractive manner of uslug It is to tie big buuehes with long satin ribbon loops and ends, matching iu shade tho hue of Iho borrlos, and place them over ploturosor mantelshelf, or faatuu against tho wall, ospoolally In somo plcturesquonookor corner. Underneath tho mantel, when there Is no flreplaco, tho space may bo banked with masses of tho spiny leaves and bright borrlos; jars or vases may bo filled with them, while holly wreaths and ropes aro another form of decoration, very effective both In large and small apartments. St. NlcholaV White Hone. In Holland St. Nicholas is a roallty, but ho comes drlvlug a white horso and not reluileer. Tho children aro taught to bo thoughtful for the welfare of the whlto steed, and on Christmas evo each pair of little shoes Is carefully cleaned, und being filled with oats and hay thoy aro placed on tho hearth. Tho hay and oats aro for tho good saint's whlto horse. In the morning tho hay und oats are gone, and in Uioir plooo are found toys and sweetmeats for tho good children and rods for the bad one, Exchange. Tlin MAItOUEHITE BAG. FOU HRIDES. STANFORD ROLLER MILLS Make the Best Grades of Flour and Meal Try some of our brands rosettes on tho flap, where the monogram of the owner is usually painted. A spray of orange blossoms decorates the bag and the small prayer book used on emblems. These bags are an clegnnt addition to tho bridal costume, very stylish, and useful as well. St, Louis Itcpubllc. Hern' Homo (Jooil Ailrlrn. that occasion is incased in ivory satin with a spray of tho panic hymeneal Tribune. idJ you will Patent hie no other Fancy Croole. No Itelle of Lincoln and i, Alpine Snow, Finer Farollr. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. m Fob Salk. 30 75 pound flboeta, Bros., Stanford. Fob Sam Thirty tons of nice timothy hay and a fine Jersey cow with heifer calf. B. H. Oroir, Shelby City. My-ye- rs Don't roll your eyes up into your head as if they were marbles. A fino pair of ejes will be utterly ruined by this opcrution. Tho girl with a pretty mouth will purso it up into the prettiest bouton and continue the habitnu-ti- l many Hues form about the lips and tho lovely mouth has to be put into the hands of a beauty doctor. Nearly. every vvomun bites or sucks her lips. Others contract the brows and produce two furrows between the eyes. Others vvrluklo the forehead with frowns. Others perpetually wear a nose. Tho true expressive faco doesn't consist of a set of featured hung cm strings or wires. Do cultivate placid features. tip-tilte- Well, here's ten cents for ye; but I should hate to feel that I was encourngin' yo to drink. Tramp I don't need no encourage ment, mum. Judge. Christianity 1 Kconomy. Watts Do you think a man can bo , Christian on one dollar a day? Potts I don't see how lie can afford to bo anything else. Indianapolis SEED WHEAT, WINTER OATS, RYE Our Specialties Heeds ol all kinds, mixed and crushed to order Corn, Ky, Shipituff, Oats, (tar-le- y and Ilraa. Remember all Feed orders must be accompaniod with the cash. Address cr call on J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO., Proprietors, St mi ford, Ky. Journal. "Farewell," he said, "we shall meet in ITeaven, and then " "Then I will love you," replied the girl who had rejected him. "I expect to lovo everyone there." Truth. MIm IlrlKht I'roflucctii Ahriid. Ii KaceiYing Hit d Independence. Tho modern Klrl don't need a beau To take hor where she'd Uko, For now she paddles her own canoe Blnco she's loomed to pedal a "btko." --L. A. W. Bulletin. FALL : AND : WINTER goods. call. Goods Warrantedand a PerfectJFlt Guaranteed. Give me CJIJHSTMAS HOLLY. HISTORY OF THE PRESIDING PLANT OF A JOYFUL SEASON. AUSTRIAN CniHlli-- o CHRISTMAS CUSTOMS. On MEANING OF CHRISTMAS. LIGHTING THE YULETIDE LOG. Not ltd I'ssi III l.'tc-i- l fiprlc or In Clmrrliro !rit i Antiquity, f Siipp"'l to the Am lied. Urine IlrnliU (Jtil I.titk - Mltli-tm- Why Hotly IWrle 1 in tlio kIiicihI this northern licinUphcro. It I u which jMWfPiH vigor enough to Maud by its iimwtral Intuit, i.ither than con- new-o- r form to tho clcchlHoiweuMUiuwof gunemtioii which owes itn to its time fiuvlug propensity. It is one of tlio gpiins ilex, wine of which, liko nieiiibcrn of thu "iiucleiit togimo" of France. htivo mloiited plebeian habits their leaves anand hnvo liegun to nually. No loerf than 150 speciea nillko up tho geinji, anil only a minority now inhabit what in at pnwnt ciilhnl 111) .ono. Tho majority tircfi .'I teninc-ratin tho tiupicnl legions of Asia t. id olio nolo hu Aimirira. Uiiroj vivorof that lnioeeno llnni which tho forum now met with in Asiatic anil South American forests. Thin is the well known Euroimrui holly. Tlio United States of America has ut lctn.t ten uinruoriitiittviw, six of which Imvo confoi meil to the deciduous habits of recent time. Only 0110 of theo, 'concerns us now, ami that ono is called tho American holly. Tho holly is Ilex iirjuifoliuui; tho American holly is Ilex orxicn. Doubtof thine which less it mh tho furti-ewas invented with tho right to prer-idover the decorations of tho CIiijMmas fetiM, but that honor has lightftilly been Iraiihfeneil on this fettle of the Atlantic to the latter form, although tho lenvos of opueu aro not ho gliy, nor its berried M) brilliantly hCHrlct, an thoo of its Meter phnit. Tlio mo of holly in Christmas decoration is of groat antiquity, and probably in merely a coiituiUHttou of tho Roman cuhtoins of proOhiiHtnnw times, for it was held by Homo in Mich eMeeiu that wreaths of holly were umhI as Fymbols of congratulation at weddiiip". Tho ancient Teutons aLo hung up branehes of t evergreens of which holly was in their Iioumis, as places of Mioltor for tho hylvan spirits during tho cold weather. It whs natural, therefore, thnt when Christians lega:i to decuroto home and ehurrh for their religious festival tl.ey Mi.mlil ne tho plains they had been accustomed to in other days. It was in this way dxiilitlcHs thatcertniu plants litvnuie associated witli certain reasons. Holly and ivy apparently wero accepted witliont rneervatioti, mid tholr upo iKcamo uiiiverenl, aud now n without otjo or of both of theno would 1h nil anmnaly. Pome plants do not win to Inn p l)eeii Accepted with equal favor. There is tho "Isilefnl" inihtletiM', provocative of tho which tho dangerous habit of doctors aro trying to break upbydii-clos-inwhat terriblo microbes ro in tho operation To quoin tho historian of CliiiMiniH at Hall: "On reaching tlio church jKirch wo found the parson rebuking tho gray headed sexton for having umhI mistletoe among the greens with which tho church was decorated. It was, ho observed, an unholy plant, profane by having been uted by the Uruidn in their mystic cunmoiiin.s, and though it illicit bo innocently employed in tho festive ornanieiiting of halls and kitchens, yet It had boon deemed by the fathers of tho church us unhallowed ami totally unfit for Microti purKMs. So tenacious was ho on this point that tho poor sexton was obliged to strip down a great jmrt of tho huinhlu trophies of his taste Isj-- f ore tho parson would consent to enter upon thu service of tho day." So tho niistlotoo, Microti among the Druids, is rejected, but ivy, sacred to Bacchus, if accepted. Holly which has Ihkui lined for tho decoration of churches is highly valued luWorcustcrMuruiind Herefordshire, and a small piece with its scarlet beirius is treasured bocanso it is supposed to bring good hick for tho ensuing year. In Rutland, niiuthor Kuglish county, they say it is unlucky to bring any holly at all into tho hoiino loforo Christinas eve. Somo varieties of Kuropean holly aro much moro piiekly tliau others. Tho smooth nro called "she holly" and tho 'prickly "ho holly." According as 0110 or other predominated in the decoration, nay tho wUo in such matters, mi tho wife or" husband will rulo tho houso during tho year. A caroful selection by tho husband might bo benotlcial, but then again ho might 1h circumvented as tlio man was at tho well of St. Koyno in Cornwall. Tho ovorgreen habit of tho holly has given point to a Scotch proverb which defines an invetcrato liar as 0110 "who only tells lees when tho hollin is green. " And why tiro tho berries red? Ah, thereby hangs n beautiful talo of adaptation. They aro red to ontico tho birds, aud distribution ho thnt dUporsion may bo attained. But wo have said enough about our "sprig of holly" and Which miicdiitf. H'.llr IioIohim to that overarccn Horn lhit ' pro-nori- ty A custom at one time prevalent in Long, long ago, so far back that it In Auctria they arc particularly thoughtful of tho bringer of the gifts cannot bo definitely traced, tho latter England, and still observed in some of mid joy. Tho peoplo placo lighted can- days of Decumber wero set apart for tho tho iiDithern districts of the old e is that of ph ' rg an iimiMii'u log dles iu tholr windows, that tho Christ frutiviifoH tiiTtuiiiinu to iiiiL'uii worsb.il). passing through tho city or Perhaps its earliest observance begun of vol sometime? the root of a great child, in village or along th country toad shall with Urn relebiation of the winter sol troo 111 the wido thiinney place. This not stumble, and fall. stice and of festivities held iu honor of log is oltm called tho Ynlo log, and it A liehef in the sjHrlal presence of Saturn and Bacchus Today t liristmas was on ('liristmas ero that it whs put evil spirits during ( hristmastido and is celebrated throughout tho world not on the wide hearth. Awuid it would gather the :ituu family, .mil its eniu their elloits to interfere with and for its imgun uncostly, but for its moantrance va t'.e occasion of a great deal lessen the joys of the season piovails ing as tho Christian festival of tho naof ceremony. Thero was music and rethiiiughont Kuropo. tivity. Tho buglHiir "Huprecht," under difTho keynoto of Christmas joy is joicing, while thf u:e au'himcd to ferent names and iu numerous varying "Peace on earth, good will to men." light it was ' ligetl ti have clean hands. 'It was always lighted with a brand disguises and in strange antics, plays a Tho first Christmas day that over dawn conspicuous part iiniong thn Germans ed brought lejnicing in its wuko. On loft over from the log of tho previous nn-tri MrIiIxiI Tor tlm Clirl.t Clillil of tlm IVopln. That XVUn Day Tliero Whs Horn n KuWour, lit C'lirUt tlm Lord. An Old Kucllh Custom Tlint Ha Dlrnppftircil. Santa Claus Has remembered the little folks of Iiustonvillc, Headquarters is Kentucky, and his B. TwiWs Ml ators. ikj-o- -- and surrounding peoples. In Tyrol tho terrible "Klauhncf" accompanies St. Nicholas and is continually hovering about his mth ready to kidnap naughty children. In Austria this monster is wry terriblo in appearance, going alsmt with clanking chains and htdeons devil's mask. Ho is frequently heard at night as he Hies through ho uir and his rattling hni:is aro gluing notice of his how-ove- r, lu-rooit- u e theconi-nuMiw- celc-bratio- n Chris-tinn- s that day there was born iu Bethlehem, .luihea, a Saviour, who is Christ tho Lotd. Tor tho--o weaiy with sin, for thoco oppressed with sin rows, for tho troubled in mind, for ti.e weak and helpless ho came. But not t these alone. To tho joyful mid liipj v ones, to thoso rich in this world's gm.tls, to tho iuccossful and prosperous he camo To the whole world lie appeared. Nono was forgotten by him. Aud now to tho presence. outcast and to the weary one, to tlio rich In many places theroistho belief that man and to tlio joyful child ho says tho wolves KHini tho earth 011 the night be- words, "Learn of mo." fore Christmas and creato great hnvoo in If you suftVr. Christ pulps you. destroying vines mid other pmpeity, and If ou be loin ly, he Is with you. you In safety. even human lwingn. This belief has If )iuniKnt "f ln. lie will keepsiya unto you, poswtsslons, ho If you have mndu an nxcuo lnr a means of mischlov-on- s "Give to the poor." frolic Men and boy? frequently dis On Christmas day nt least "let all guise tbeii, nelves as wolves and go about wrath and Imnnr uud ovil speaking bo frightening tho people. New York dono nwuy" aud let every ono sing, Herald. with tho heart, "Glory to God in tho highest. "New York Mercury. Tlm White CJirNt nf NnrMil). .Norwtgian children liNik ftu their Old Tlmo ClirUtiiiris In Dixie. Christmas gifts through tho White When Remus, Saul and Ctesfir, with Christ, who, gliding through frosted Diu.ih, Phillis and Chloo, made tho cirpine forests, upon CliristmMs evo, pays cuit of the quarters at Christiuastide Ins mysterious visit, and is, to all in- they wero ngaled with various succutents and purrnistM, their leulinitioii of lent viands chine anil sjiaierib, a St. Nicholas. Upon Chi islmi night and crackling, savory souvenirs of tho Iwys, wearing white surplices and the lino ait of lug killing, besides coon paper caps, cuter the room win re guests and corn im.iio, possum fat and hominy, Ono holds n jiupor lan- nil eiiiisocinted to their comfort and are as'Ptnblrd. tern iu the form of a star, tho interior cheer, with Inty drafts of cider. being lit by a pieeo of caudle fixed on and boiled chestnuts wero tho wooden bar, upon which tho star to the dusky company, mid thero Auother curries it sqnaro frame wen much cracking of walnuts and with panels of glass, within which a imistmg of apples. Then the cabin floor lighttd candle or two reveals two ob- was cleared foi tho dance jig nnd jects, ono being n doll dresed ns tho breakdown, pigeon w ing and jnba, tlio tho rdadmuia. This figure sits latter n characteristic survival of tho other object, n cradle containing a baby aboriginal Ixirbiirisni, delivered with dolL Through thu bottom of the frame vigorous shouts and crias and shuflling runs n little npplianca which imparts feet to a rhythmic nccornpaininPiit of rocking motion to tho cradle. Tho two of IkukIi lupp'ng and letting of kuees, in boys Warimj the star and cradle tnko melodious uefer'iMH' to thn jigging of a lx1tion t the end of the nmni, their tlddlo by the light of flaming piuo knots. cmnpnnUms 011 olthor side. Then the tuba up nml Jutm down, star revolve, tho cradle locks gently to Jula all an and oV town. 81ft de iinul and Rininu do husk, and fri, and a enrol is sTing. This is tho ltnke ds rake nnd clmrae le on', Christmas mystery of tho Star of BethTry di pork and ptuun' dn ski lehem and tho Christ cradle. Now Ax me hen Ira eorotn ok in. York World. Jubat III, jubat Ris-n- mst evil spirits, and it protection was considered a bad omen if tho firo went out before tho evening was over. Tho family and guests used to seat thoniselvcs in front of the brightly burning fire, and many a story and merry jest went lound tho happy group. HOW TO WRAP THE PRESENTS. A And his consignment includes cveiythiog calculated to tickle the childish fancy and rejoice the childish heart, including Drums, Fifes, Violins, Wagons, Tricycles for the boys, and dolls, dull iurniture, baby buggies for the girls Beautiful story books for boys and girls year, wl ich hud been crcfnlly preserved of story ond adventure handsomefor the purpose A ptwt sings of it in from A. B. C. to elegant gift books ly illustrated. Bring the little folks to see the innumerable things that this woy : With the la ye'T-- 'i brmn we have iiot space to mention. Lii;hl Hie nv. bltieh nnd For ;. J eui es in hi spending You are troubled about selecting a present for your On o.ir '.1 'ri 1 r :,jy, y husband, brother or best beau. See our elegant MeerThnt s( t luek Come while tho loj schaum and French Briar Pipes, Smoking and Shav Tho Yule log was supposed to bo n ing Sets bought imperially for Holiday Presents. 1 11 Ladies TjKr! 1 ai Gentlemen irmr.x-w d. t You want a present lor her? Examine our beautiful Manicure Sets, Album, Gift Books Toilet Sets, and the thousand innumerable; vat ieties of stylish articles in Silver and Glass any one of which will make a satisfactory present for Christmas. 1 sau-sug- ") Gin-grrhreadts-jsns- d o 11 Little Care In This ?Inttor Add Much to the Mmplet (lilt. Several spools of narrow colored ribbon, a package of smooth white tissno pajHT aud it ball of gold cord nro among tho first essentials for the happy season now ut hand to thoso who intend making moro than two or three preeents. Christmas gifts nro different from birthday, souvenir and wedding offerings. They are appreciated, as a rule, for tho fooling existing toward tlio person who bestows them and are valued in proportion to the intensity of this feeling and tho impiessioii they mako wheii flist received. No gifts, no matter what their intrinsic value, mako a more lasting or a more satisfactory first impression than those done up in a neat httlo shroud of whito tissue paper tied with a bow of delicately tinted ribbon. Even n pair of ualuches rolled nn In n smooth, soft tis sluet of pearl whito or sue iKiper, with its ends little knots of gold cord a greater value, both as to their vitality nnd money value, than if dono up in a pieco of common brown wrapping papor or oven a cardboard box. Selected. A I.tziiiil of tlm Mistletoe. A myth of tho middlo ages says P3jl,ni"ci 0not'et yourchildreu have impure and danger- uus Canutes ueL.uibc inty nit: u icw Ltiua i.m;ipi;i per fiound than good Candies. Sec our line of the purest and best stick and Fancy Candies that money can buy and you will purchase. m mm r- - wheeler Emporium War to the Knife. Prices Lower Than The Lowest. Youi money never wooldbuy as much as at present, reached tne for we have :sssiClimax of Low If e noes. quote you have but one dcsiie, that is to show you goods and Bed Rock Prices. 11, that IjmuI of kit-sing- , g com-mniiHib- lo Hrncu-bridg- e Scandinavia is truly tho land of tho Ynlo log, of Christinas stories and legends of Thor and Odin. Then is tho time for skating, bhdging. dancing and a general frolic. It is customary for every member of tho family to toko a lKith on the nfteriHH n pieceding Christinas, and ofttimes it is tho only thorough iNith that is received during tho year. When the evo conies, tho Biblo is road in nearly every household and family servico is held. In many villages candles are left burning iu the windows who all night to givo light to Krl.-tinbrings tho gift. It is also tho custom to set a cake of meal out in the snow as a Christmas olVormg. Tho birds of the uu are thought of, aud sheaf of wheat is placed 011 it polo in front of each house to provide them with food. Kutisas City Times. e, llmr ami Oilin. Jubn In nnd julm out, Julia, Juln all iilmut Dinah, tlr de possuiu tat; Can't jou hear do Jubn jwitf Jubn! boforo tho crucifixion of Christ the mis- - When you arise some morning and find the sun rising1 in the West, tlotoo was a forest tree; but, owing to ' will be the day when Charles Wheeler will be undersold and not its supplying the wood for tho cross, it that till then. Headquarters for foil into disgr.ico and became a mere Temple of Economy , Century. afmerrio trust that its mas" will bo nouo tho less because we havo brightened upthokuowledgo of its history. Now York Post efficacy ChristBen Jonsou'a Opinion of Christmas. Any man or woman that can givo any kuowlodgo or toll any tidings of an old, old, very old, gray bearded gentleman, called Christmas, who was wont to bo h vorio familiar guest, and visito nil sorts of peoplo, both poro and rich, and had ringing, feasts and jollitio in all places, both in tlio citio and conntrie, for his commiug: whosoKoro can tel what is becomo of him, or where, ho aiay be found, let them bring him back sgaiuo iu to England. Ben Joueou. Hall, ChrUttuut Hall, Fotlmr Chrintniiul ITall to theot Ilnnortxl urnr bUalt thou b. All tho HWuuU that lovo btsitow, Endlcwi pU'iunrct wait on thoto Who llko vessels bravit and true OIto to ChrUtmaa homage duel -- OldCaroL Wlint Not to Ill north (termaiiy you must not spin during tho -' nights of Christinas, lest you should wall; after your death, nor after sunset on Sutimhry, for then inico will o.it your work. Speaking of citing, if you want to have money and luck all tho year round, yon must not fail to cat 'herrings on New Year's day, nor, if you wish to bo lucky, must you rock an empty cradle, or spill salt wantonly, or cross knives, or point at the stars. If you leave a dirty cloth on the tablo overnight, you will mako tho angels weep; if you point upward to tho rainbow, you will make tho nngols' feet bleed, and if yon talk of cabbages while looking at tho moon yon will hurt VhiU1Iii; tint Trri. tho feelings of tho man iu it, who was a An entirely honored custom practiced cablmgo stealer in his salad days. All at Christ m.is timo was ono entitled tho Year Bound. "wassailing tho trees. " This was usually the prelude to drinking enormous Tlio Idrnl ClirUtniiis. quantities of spiced wine, ale, brandy, The ideal Christmas is found not in mixed with toast and fruit. A pail filled tho land of flowers, but in tho snowwith cider, iu which a cake had been bound, rugged countiy of tho north. immersed, was fastened to an apple tree, Without, keen, frosty air, long stretches accompanied by of hills and meadows covered with tho ceremony much dancing ntd incantation. This snow, ponds and hikes incru-te- d with proccdmo was calculated to materially ice; within, roaring fires of hickory increase the fruit bearing powers of tho wood, halls ringing with tho shouts of orchard. Tho merrymakers retired sing- children and tables heaped high with ing : the good things of life thce are tho Our toast, it Is white, our nle, It U lirowu; conditions which seem ossontial to the Wiuuall, WIIKN.1U, nil over town. complete enjoyment of tho groat feast Our bowl. It in miiilu of a miiiilu tree. Wo bo boixI fellows ull; I drlnlc to tueo. day of the church. Now York Herald. St. Louis lMirltnim Did Not Llkn Christina. (ltd Time ClirUtuia DUIipa. During tho reformation tho Puritans, In olden times tho plum porridgowit9 fancying that all festivities connected partaken of at tho beginning of tho din- with Christmas woro only "popish ner, occupying tho soup course, and tho abominations," attempted to abolish almince or shied pies wero over popular. together tho observance of the festival In shape they aro often slightly oval as Happily this anniversary survived all well as round, and our grandmothers narrow minded persecutions, and rose tell us this oval shuno was to resemblo into purer, permanent lifo. New York and remind us of Christ's cradlo. Iu Journal. England it is still a very popular and A Cupful ChrUtma 1'rmenL enjoyablo custom to offer a minco pio If you want to mako a useful Christto every caller, for every pio eaten uu-da difforeut roof represents u happy mas present buy a ton of coal for some mouth of tho coming year. When tho poor fuuiily. St. Louis 12 have becomo uu fait accompli, thon Give of Your Abundance. 0110 hears, "I've eateu my 12, so kindly Givo, givol Give of your abundance; oxcuko mo." Exchaugo. give a morsol even from your scanty Indianapolis News. Btoru. Chrlitmas Investment. Christmas docs indeed cost monoy, Chrlntiuas Charity. but no money is over hotter invested, Christmas snows uro on the moor, when tho Christmas investment is made Sins, Hweut Bobln! judiciously. Christuius investments are Anil the ChrMmns tnr burns gold. repaid in bonds of love mid stocks of hmii iiomn, mngi Ilungr) blnli are nt tho door. pleasure, which yield a heavy iuteroat Sinif itwiet Robin! iu unalloyed happiness. And no man All their fe.ither puffed with cold, for hia money can got anything letter Sweot Robin, sIiikI thau that. Savanuah News. Do on ClirUttnas. I- 11 philology, wo find another point of in-- j terest in this associate of tho Christmas feast. Its nnmo consists of two words, "mistlo" and "too." The former of thoso conies from "mist," an Aulo Saxon root which had differont meau-ingmist, gloom, darknuss, tho mean-inow used by tho former in "mis-tie,- " and in old Dutch glue or bird lime. In "too" a final is dropped, and tho syllablo represents the Anglo-Saxo"tan," a twig, so that tho wholo word is equivalent to bird lime twig and is so called from tho viscid matter which tho 6eed within the berry. s u 11 n 6ur-ioun- ",emorial !gnominiluse!:EtiU8 If from folklore and myth wo turn to 'Ladies' Wraps, Millinery, Dress Goods, duce. Tho C'lu istinivs Clothiiijr, Hats, Caps and Gents furnishings. Drew, Selby & Co s Ladies'. Misses' and Children's Shoes. Sole agents for Royal Tail- Others may lead but you will never find us distanc ors, of Chicago. ed more than a throat lacth. See? Highest market price for pro- CHAS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. llowelU' Hnpplcst ClirNtnnu, merrie-.- t 1 Imvo over The Clirlotmns Tree. known in my lifo Is the llr-- t ono that I can remember. Thu (piestlou of who experiences the gieater liappinehS and sense of triumph, thu child who has received a new and much coveted toy on Christmas morning or thu inilllary hero who has captured a great city luii been otteu discussed, decided. NY. 1). but nour satl-lactur- ib After all has been said nnd dono, Christmas is not Christmas without a A Chriitiniis I'act. Christmas tree. You may omit tho holThe future ti oldtn tinge, ly, even tho mistletoe, but tho ChristThe p.int, too, nniy nem pleasant. mas treo is ns essential an attribute to Rut just about tht ChrUtmutide Theru's nuthini; like tho present. a "real live" Yulotido as tho turkey or -- Ufa. plum pudding. In humble households tho tnikey is often missing. Of necesWhtn mod nrcilril It in not unurual (or OUT Such familv sity it must givo placo to a moro ple- was therhlc"n tobeiiwayJ from home. rditor Y Schenclt experienced Mr beian chicken, and tho pudding to it ot the Cadilo, Ind ,Ter , Itsnrer wen his littleth a ie"storo" mince pie, or something of that K'rl, two yeafPOlaRa was threatened ifr insist Me "M ere attack kind. Yet 110 0110 can demur, for how cil that I ro of croupdocor. saw ns our family phy but for the puchacd a could any one daro to be hypercritical neap was out of town llcmedy, which bottle ol Chamberlain's Cough 011 Christmas day? But take away tho her imircdlately I will rot be without itrelieved in the treo, and overy child in tho household futuie '" & Mockw will prononnco this feast of feasts n dis- er,Kor ale at Kycents per bottle by Craij; SUantord mal, melancholy failuro. Homo aud m Couutry. Marvelous Roaults. Im-- , I m Howolls iu New Vork Woild. WHAT I The Great Enquirer ONLY 50 CTS.AYEAR? YES" And any one sending two yearly subscribers at 50 cts. each, gets a Tho Three Kings of the Koxt, Post-Dispatc- or Tho story of tho mogi, or "Threo Kings of tho East," bolongs, of courso, to Christmastido, and tho adoration of tho wise men formed n favorite sccue iu early English mysteries. In tho legend tho threo kiugs aro called who was old, with gray hair aud board, and who offered gold to tho infant Saviour; Jasper, who was young, and presented fraukincouso, while of dark complexion, with dark, flowing beard, brought myrrh. Tho star which guided them had tho form of a radiant child beuring a crose. Exchange. Mel-choi- r, Bal-thasar, ol , .. onoale, Mich., we are permitted From a letter written by Rev. J. Gundetman, 10 ihl extract "I haven" hciltition in rrcommend-n- c I)r King's N'w Discovery, as tho rnulls were almost marvelous In the case of my wife hilr I was psstorof Ihe Itaptiit churchat kives Jnnrle n she wsj broueht down with pneumonia uccctiiini: la grippe lerribleparoxismscfcnuRh. ne o ltd last for hours with little intermission and ! termed as if she cau'd not survie them. A Mend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery; it whi quick in itstrerl. and highly satisfactory In W free rrmltt'' Trial bottles slit. at and H McRoberts" $1. 50c Piuk Stoic. Hegular m mate Free Copy One Year. An paper and 9 long columns to a page, makes it the ge Largest in Size ! Cheapest in Price! Always Most Reliable for Facts, Truth and Markets. Bucklln's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bm'iess sores, ulcers, silt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap Mniii chilblains, cores ana an ikid crunuuii. t nomivelv cures mles. or no pay renuired. It it ne) guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or refunded. Prce a? cents per box For sale by druggist. W. II. McReberls, ssjThe wife of Mr D. Robinson, a prominent lumberman, of Hartwick N V , as sick with rheu mat ism for five months in speaking of it M Post-Dispatc- h. Long Live Santa Claust THE BEST Family Newspaper in United States for News, Intelligence, Fashions, Household, General Miscellaneous Reading Matter, Stories, etc. Long may Sautn Claus coutinno to pour his toys into children's socks ou Christmas evo, to astonish them with his chubby faco aud his woolly head, and to puzzle und delight them by his unerring knowledgo of thoir tastes and wants. May misfortnuo fall upon the scientist who succeeds in domolishing tho Sauta Clans thoory. Toronto Globe. ( Robinson says: "Chamberlain's Pain itaim isthr only thine that gave her any rest from pain. For the relief of pain It cannot be beat"" Many very been cured by it. bad cai-- s of rheumatlsta-havFor sale by Craig A Mocker, Stauford, Ky. e m Thero's ChrUtiuaa I Not Cold. Although thu north wind blow And jillo thu drifting Know And tho dmjcIi treos on tho freezing wold Rook godly to and fro. Our Christmax bourn a warm, true heart. Hit face U red with glcu, And ha JeU and laugh, And he lug and quaff. Cold Christma! Nol lie 1 warm and blight, And ho bring delight To th heart of both high and low. Charle Maokaf. Cold ChrUtnuw? Nol Our Chrlsttmui U not cold, With the s'ras fur bUnkiit wnrm, Sweet Robin, singl Il'm the bea-.t- Imvu s'lven their all, bill,-- , sweat Robin I Sheltering hlni from wintor storm, bwtut Robin, Hingl n babo sleeps In tho Slllt,', sweet Robinl stall, Cheer For the Needy Neighbor. Now that tho presents for tho children aro purchased it would bo the right thiuR for tho head of every family who can afford it to ask if iu his circle of acquaintance there is not somo family that must ko without Christmas cheer this year unless ho provides it. Philadelphia Times. An Uarly Slyth. One of the uidiost of all myths is Electric Hitters is a medicine suited for sn sesson, but perhaps more generally needtd in the Spring, when the languid, exhaus ed feeling prevails, when the liver is torpid and sluggish a d the need of a tonic and alterative is felt A prompt use 01 this medlcli-- has olten averted long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine will act more surely in countei cting and freeing the Headache, ins stem from the malarial poison. digestion, constipation, dlmniss yield to Eltcirie W 1). McKcberts bitters. Only 50c per bottle at drug stote. Major C T Picton is manager of the Sta'e Ho lei at Dcnison, Texas, which the traveling men In say Is one of the best hotels in that section. speaking of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Remedy Major Pirton says: "I have liiairhoea and in tnr famiiy for seversl years, used it and take pleasure in saying that I conssder it in I alinfallible cure lor dlarhoca and djsentrj. ways recomrrend It, and have freqtently adminis tcrcdlt tons guests in the hotel, and in every case It has proven Itssll worthy of unqualified Tor salt by ' Electric Bitters. PAY TO AGENTS Double that of other papers. An excellent opportunity for those out of employment to make money. Try it. Samples free. Address, ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. I the door nnd call thrn in, 8I111,', sweet Robin I Newborn babe nnd starving birds. Sweet Robin, slngl And all children cold und thin, Sing, sweet Robinl To Uu bst our Iiouhm uflordi. Sweet Robin, sing I Londos Sketck. Opfl ( ( that Santa Claus caunot visit the little children of tlio poor because they have 110 stockings to hang by the chimney. It iB a myth that cannot bo too soon exploded. Buffalo Courier. traig a liotaer, ataoioro, rsy. 1 ' 5 i sk OF A LOCAL NATURE. I FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Holiday Goods. Toys for the Children and Presents for the Grown Pebple. left arm bin Nellie A., 2:13, will bo bred next T!inn nor. a brakemen, bad coupllnu can year. washed off while RUE Will be Held & FAULCONER 3 atGorbin. A Scott county man Bold 21 weancounty arand jury re ling mules at $20. --The Madieon Illegal wills- The get of Col. Milt Young'a Hanturned 100 indictments for over won oyer $110,000 this year. ky selling. of Hon. O. M. Clay, Jr., ahlpped his Prank Dickerson, (or tbo murder three years nine carloads of cattle Eist to sell them Albert Kldwell in Madison Tenth Grand Combination Sale of Horses, at Danville, Ky., Feb. to 8, 1896. wa. Moses Kahn bought 233 cattle in of the Bourbon at cts. They averaged l.MO $750 from ?2o0 ami two raised to pounds. Have wcany eight saloons closed. The Danville Fair will have trota -- Green Turley, of Madison, has a pair Splendid Assortment to select from. In con next year, the Advocate rather previousof boots that be has beeu wearing wedding day, 21 years ly unuounces. stantly since his r old record for trotters The John W. Yerkes is a candidate still remains where it was set at 2:10j in . National 1S01 by Arion. for delegate to the republican eighth Concession. Kubank left last week for J. Crit convention from the Atlanta with a car load of mules of u al district. We arc the leaders. Don't buy till you see our stock. Remember Of course vc have. We arc right in the push with --The superior court at Cincinnati very high grade. that we are closing out our John A. Goldsmith, the has boldly declared, Bays the property leit in tbo care of a driver and handler of trotting horses, that Pullman porter muat be paid for if lost. died in New York. K. P. Woods left Saturday for Chica -- Mrs. Tucker Cooley, of Jessamine, cat In child up in the go with two car loads of locked her Lincoln county. For the Holidays vc have a nice assortment of hen !,.. o.,.i oni in the snring. burned tie of his own raiding. Bannermark, 2: 17 J, for which $10,000 she returned the little thing was was refused six years ago, aold for $605 Everything in the Grocery and Provision line at reasonable prices to death. -- It is reported that Gov. Bradley will, under the hammer at Paria. Come early and see our display. Asl iln. James V. Bibb sold to Hon. J. S. appoint Capt. J. 0. Bryant, of , Owsley, Sr.,200 barrels of corn to be fed who bolted one of the democrats on the former's farm at $1 30. to the stewardship of the Fon Sals Thirty tonB of nlco timKentucky Lunatic Asylum. and Tom l'erk.ns othy hay and a fino Jersey cow with heif-- Adrian Hunter Hanging-Lamp- s .... TaBa.,,,ina county tarmerB uu er calf. It U. Crow, Shelby City. fought a John B. Harrifi killed two hogs that both in love with the same girl, was perhaps weighed 1,017 pounds and got over 200 duel with knives. Perkins fatally stabbed while Hunter was cut in pouudB of lard from them. Advocate. J. A. Hammond A Co , of Hubble, several places. r... n.o.Uav ia a reformer. He tirst delivered 1,000 turkeys in n drove to knocked out the old Bourbon democracy Lancaster dealers, says the Record. The Kentucky Trotting Horse BreedWe call your attention to our stock of.' that kept Kentucky from advancinii 10 then, on the ers' Axdociation (Lexington trot) spent w ith the other States, and a jl.'.'OO in advertising the past season. day of his inauguration, knocked nown Jack Chinn's Jim Flood, backed We are for Bradley. -- Compickpocket. from 25 to 1 to 12 to 1. won tho Dry rnereial Gazette. -- The boiler of freight engine 521 of Mouopolo Handicap at New Orleans. Carving Sets, Coal Vases, Fire Sets. &c V. V. P. lowered the racthe Uincinnati Southern railway, Gap, near Oakdale, on ing record from 4: 17 to 4 22 at Lincoln, nt Emorv the Cincinnati Southern. Kngineer Neb. Ho went the last mile in 2 07. Montt Fox shippxd live car loaJs of W.I..I. .in ! ilnraDb ollice at but Fireman McDonald was export cattle from hero yesterday, of the time, Go to the neatest Shaving and Bath Parlor in Central Kentucky for thrown 200 feet from the track, lie was purchseea heretofore published in tills Call and see us. Polite attention to all. your Ohristmas hair cuts and shaves, opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Ed found unconscious, and was horriblya paper. Oakland Baron won f 1S.075 during lain is' an old artist in his profession and knows bis business. Ladies and burned, cut and bruised. Hoengine is the season jutt closd. Dentine was the Tho precarious condition. next largest winner with $O,S00 to his children's hair cutting a specialty, a total wreck. Cause of eiplo credit. almost sion is not known Miss Bupsell and Nutwood aro tho olile-Pmother and son in the horse famiThere aro SOs.s retail wjuur holding licensed ly living, they being 30 anil 25 respecin the United Slates - tively. frnm thH commissioner of internal reveC. F. Clay, owned by G. & O. P. Cenueaand 4,555 wholesales lienor dealers. cil, of Danville, is the sire of 40 trotters omy in There are 10.4S5 others who ileal 5,trt5 who sell and pacers with records from 2:05 to malt liquors at reUil and w 2:30. Six of them have rccorda better q i ;; if 3 only malt liquorB by wholeeale, makinR -a R2tii)30a SCI AeenminK tne popula- than 2:15 total of 'J29.0S4. Myers Broa. sold to S. M. Owens 21 tion of the United States to be 05,000, rw- ono liquor fl'ioatB averaging 72 pounds at 3c. Thry 000, this Rives an average of .. aleo col to J. H. Iknghman it Co. and 3UquIckcst dealer to every SU men, won. Farria & Hardin 400 barrels of corn at RnC again that IV I Assuming children. tM Tnoy ero a Itltcben population are women and $1.25, delivered. of the ncecs-iltvWarren owns the largett children and temperance people who do Hh'lUeii labor seen ranche in Wyoming It is 75 by a 100 Improve nnd not patronize saloons, it will be SAVK MONKY tbo tt.ivur miles and in stocked with upward of of tho food that there is one drinking place for an 200,000 Don't let horses, cattle, sheep, hogs and average of 93 men in the country. your denier sell died recently, and half breed buffalo. The ranche ia more An Ohio editor vou than twice as large as tho State of Rhode Our business has been larger than we expected and we will give you another as the angola were bearing hitu to that Island. suL.-J- T XXP paw Ulnd. the benefit of our business. Kj.nrl ?r. place where Horrow is unknown, he John Smith, of Shaker bend, sold 11 was I 5 a bright light which they told him The animals wns head of mules at mpweHJ hades. Aa they approached it he ! ranged in age from colts to pi iy surprised to see quite a number of "deCOOK Ituesell & ColeuiRn shipped three belinquents" scorching in the furnaces loads of hok'8 to Cincinnati and sold BUG ?FS low. He seated himself ou a chair and them at f3.40 to $3 50. Harrodsbtirg FREE, remarking this ' ivv.v- -. K7 told the angels to go, Democrat. was heaven enough for him, juBt to iMalestlc Mfg. Co.. St. Louis., A fino steer belonging to Hon. John watch thoBe felloes who owed him S. Owsley, Sr., died from tho etiecta of Are riveted together, not bolted, hence are air tight and can not warp squirm. dehorning the other day, making four ho apart. Tops and linings are made of wrought iron and will outwear -- J. M. Hall, a8ed 101, and wife, who has lost in that way in aa many seasons gave a i'b just three years his junior, any three cast tops stoves. Will bake in less-timand ho has determined to giyo up tho and use one hall party at their home near Cynthi Cruel business. $50 loss each time is a the fuel. daily paper says. ana, so a dispatch to a old pretty heavy per cent, not to Bay anyThe dispatch further Btated that the "We have used a Majestic for 12 months. It bakes biscuit with thing about tho loss each animal sustains couple danced the minuet, in which nt the time in Ihsn. the oven door open and uses' about one-hal- f the fuel of a castjstove. nine couples over 90 yeatB of ago took ' We would be without it for twice the cost. Eubanks I3ros. part. IIU r.Unf.t)-- . Drummer I'ncle Swnybnck la an old The Queen ifc Oretcent Koute will Don't take our word for it. A trial is all we ask. The best is the make half rates from all points on its bettler, isn't he? cheapest. One stove will wear a life time. of Senium Corners Merchant You might line to any point within a distance--- nrr fit) cnll him nu old resident, but henlu'tno j, on paie wee. 300 miles. Tickets - old fcettler he's been owiu'tnu for moru Tell your friends, if you are supplied, and and ''9 -- 31 and January 1. These tick- thau "0 yenrs. Puek. your Ask good until Jan. 3rd. eta are I'roof rodltlTf". aireut for full particulars. Miss Gotrox How 11m I to know you last gown -- Mine. Sarah Uernhardt'a nro not marrying mo for my fortunu? NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. cost $7,500. It is decorated with diaLord Forgivuz To show how little I monds and turquoises and ekina of 200 caro for your money I will blow in every required to line the train. cent of it. N. Y. World. You will be doing them D. U. Sugg's Admr.,Pln., against Jesse P.Stagg ermines were Meeting-and others Defts. Notice to Creditors. Five Swedes and PoltB were crusiieu Her i:iirrlrncr. A meeting of the stockholders of the National rA1.1 P,"1001 having claim against the eiieate of at the Pioneer mines near Uig He Did you ever toe "Held by tho llinlcol Hustonville will be he'd at their banking U. hiagg, deed., ae notified to present them to to death falling of a shelving Enemy?" , tne undersiguod properly proven as required by Stone Gap by the houie in Huitonrllle the second Tuesday in i&)6, between 9 and 12 o'clock a. m., for the law on or before the ist day of January . iSo rock under which they were eating their She No; but 1'vo been held by a R. C. WARREN, put pom of electing nine Directors to serve the Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. year. J. W. HOCKEK, Cashier. friend, nnd that is mucli nicer. Tonus dinners. Dec. 14, 1893. S3 -- Mrs. Joseph Fally, of Shelby villa Siftings. Seeing is Convincing. Ind., started with her young Bon to I'rrtty Ncr It. EXCHANGE church. Their horse ran away and the Insurnnco Kxamlner Una there been A meeting of the stockholders of the First Na- FOR SALE fational Ilank ot Stanford will be held al their tanknny insanity in your family? hoy was killed and the mothur was ing house the second Tuesday tn January, t8o6, Mrs. Do Avnoo Well, my Bister electing eleven Directors for the Housoand Lot la Crab Orchard, Ky. for the purpose of tally injured. ensuing year. married a man who hadn't n cent, N. Five rooms and kitchen, cellar, flower pit, stable announced that such appointIt is 83 JOHN J MeROBEKTS, Cashier. Or Money Refunded. anu other outbuildings, all in tlrst class repair; a Y. Weekly. well of never falling water all kinds or fruit trees ments as require confirmatiou by the Cot n,r.,'m.alVrui,, about one acre. announced by l.aclcy. Will sell cheap or exchange for small farm lm legislature will not be Mr. Klock Do you find that alarm EOOd neighborhood. The place is rented for i&5 Gov. Bradley until that body convenes. the stockholders of the Farmers to Mr. HughSeargent, who will show the place to A meeting-oclock I sold you useful? Bank and Trait Co. will be held at their banking anwone who desires to look at It. For turther Gov. Bradley has received a com Mr. Shortwell Indeed, I do! I killed In Stanford the first Wednesday in January information address house J. H. STEPHENS, munication from a large number of wo- a cat with it last night! Yonkera 1896, for the purpose of electing eleven Directors aN. Limestone St., Lexington, Ky. ., be P -- Centrally located. to serve the ensuing year. men asking that no unmarried men btntesmnn. J. B. OWSLEV, Cashier. given placeB in the asylums. Only an Imitator. SPLENDID "Do Yude, throw awny thnt nnnty, Dr V. Pierce, nuflalo.N. V., People". little thing- nnd have a fim e" Uon of hu'reat work.The Xdviur, good cigar." Common Sent Medid had been ho " eoplM Or 680.000 "No, thanks, deah boy. I (puff, puff) OR EXCHANGE prohl Dtlce. I1.50 per copy, the amount on wnicn of labor don't smoke." Chicago repay hiiaYor tho BTMt Tribune. On pike two miles East of Hustonville. rod expended In producing It, be would At tbU On pike two miles East of Hustonville. Con- 3....iS.ie hall mi ion free. They Deaerre It. cop", ha. already been told, he i. now taint of 140 Acres, Soma actors are ho very bad. SirUVtway, free, joo,ooo n wtuabU Yet rave In verses blank; hiSrettlng and Well Improved, Good Land Su mo.rJomplete, work ever publ i.hed-t- he re Instead of treading on the boards, isse medical reuu red to mall to him, at Located in an excellent nelzhborhood. neighborhood. ' Well Improved and in an excellent belofc I'd make them walk the plank. Land cover coat hPmddrMi.aione-cenlttmpt,t- o W i,l exchange a -- N. Y. Itocorder. Land lies well. Will exchange for a amaller orthe lies well.this or any other for a smaller or cheeper Uce in good county la this or any good county, la 1 IKcenee at Versailles there. Entries cLsc Jan. 4. Send for entry blanks. E. P. FAULCONER & WM. M. RUE. Chinaware and Glassware Sil- two-yea- B-- Hon. HAS GOODS ! Post-Dls-patc- well-know- Stoves, Saddles, Harness and verware at Cost. THE LARGEST STOCK two-year-o- ld l,55G-poun- d liar-din- rn FARRIS & HARDIN. Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Child's Sets, Water Sets, Decorated Plates, Cups and Saucers, Pitchers, &c, &c. $1.25 to $6. Stand Lamps with Decorated Bowls & Shades $1.50. Pocket and Table Cutlery -.i two-mi- le J Candies, Fruits and Nats by the Wholesale. E. WILKINSON, Proprietor.? HIGGINS & McKINNEY. Are you in Need of Any t THE MAOTS TIC -- ange , ..rs. -t r 1 I B 1 1 OUR 1 -'- Clothing ? We will Help You two-thir- i& mBsM RANGES .m- I four-year-o- ld. V Just Look at These Figures DISCOTTITT -- .3 20 PER CENT. On Men's, Boys' and Children's eu-ch- re e Suits. Don't Miss The uoldon Opportunity t- W. H. WEAREN & CO. Uncoln Circuit Court. m Those Who Can Not Read. Stockholders' , 11 Jauu-try- jf Stockholders' Meeting. SATISFY OTION GUARANTEED Stockholders' Meeting. tnini Strictly One Price Clothing- House, Danville, Ky. Splendid Farm For Sale Exchange. pub'''-JdTh- FAEM FOH, SALE Containing foul-smellin- g' J. 140 Acres of Fine Land, com-mo- -- cheaper place groceries State or would Uke a clean stock oflive town, and or Jiardwart is part payment In somefive years' time for part cash; balance in will sell o longer if desired. For further particulars call . D. KKNNKD, in or address. a..- ill.. f- Xjtra nuawBTuivi c- in the ,Wck of Groceries ta.U.,or Tould H1" aud Hardware in part payment in tome l.ve tan or will sell lor part casth, balance oa five years lime or longer if desired. For further Information S2Sft-.T- & .. call on or addi ess cicYh. 89 CD. KENNEDY, HusknviUe. Frohman & Co. Pay Your Subscription L. cl" sJ mni i tinner -cutcii e bitoiiili M-S- -.- p. .hit the Looka - r. E. P. Farrell hta been appointed to succeed Hon. Obarles J. Bronstbu as commonwealth'a attorney in Fayette.