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THE PALL OPENINGS.
OR'VATE VIEWS OF DAME FASHION'S
Start llniitUlt In New
Wooluns Coiorts ami ClicvloU Xoir
Trimmings niut Minde Tito Scawn'
llcadcrnr )rniory mill Upholstery.
tCoprrlcht, 1KM. by
tot ."KL-- l'l
"1 f RERE is n wolconio word
Urf in tho nir just now for
I J womankind, nnd that is,
r 1 1 "bponing," and all tho?o
lUj whoso unmes aro down iu
u tho olito directory nro reviving
daintily got up circulars in
aristocratic envelopes, Urgo baronial
size, inviting tho recipient to private?
openings. Tho public ones conio about a
mouth later. Tho past week thoso perfumed
invitations have fallen liko snow-flakes,
aud to sco nil tho things to bo
shown at theso opening has kept 1110 at
least imsy nil week nnd with tho
prospect of another as busy a week to
Tho grosgrain silks in their drcssr
sheen aro tho most startling novelties of
all, for I think no cno but tho dealers
expected them, nnd wo wcro nil pro-pared
for anything bat grosgrain and
reps, but it is. a source of satisfaction,
for there is no silk tosscssing such good
qualities as that docs. Tho soft chinas
and tho twills never looked rich,
though they wero in good demand, and
and faillo did not quito fill tho
requirements for a rich and elegant silk
that could bo worn everywhere and not
look garish. Grtvgrniu has always been
more or loss in demand, but suddenly
we find that for dross sill: there is nothing
else. I should except tho reps, though
they hnvo n grosgrain ground, with
heavy cords nt intervals. Tho chief beauty
of many now grosgrains consists in
tho interwoven flgurings in very small
and tasteful designs and in nil tho now
fall colors. Tho taffetas nro often brocaded,
too, iu vory neat littlo patterns,
and there nro many novel effects which
I will tako in detail in my next letter,
for I want to givo n general, idea of
what wo aro to wear this oomintr winter i
Tho now woolens are exceptionally
fine. It seems that tho plan of this season's
output has been to produco goods
finer and more perfect than ever before,
each after its kind. There is n beautiful
now camel's hair, with bouclo effects,
nnd they nro, thrown up irregularly all
over tho surface and are produced in all
tho now colors. Tho most of theso Doubles,
or curls, ore very small and round,
and often they nro of a different color
or colors from tho goods.
Tho now cheviots are more perfect
than ever and show an infinitude of now
designs nnd weaves and fanciful caprices.
Tho covert cloths aro as soft as
velvet and glossy as satin, and they will
come noxt to tho cheviots in popularity
for tailor gowns. There nro several canvas
weaves, and basket cloths, honeycombs
and nrmurcs, nnd many "wool
fancies," as thoso goods aro called
where a new effect is produced on an
old foundation, such as brocades, dots.
small figures aud herringbono nnd other
weaves, tailor cloth, granito mixtures
and an endless array'of two toned woolen
fabrics, much liko tho cheviot in
weavo and of domestic manufacture.
Thoro' nro nlso many now doublo faced
stuffs which nro to bo used for tailor
suits, with napes mndo so that tho plaid
of tho inside shows in somoway. Thoro
are also heavy faced cloths where tho
is smooth, liko farmer's satin, Tho
colors aro rich aud beautifully combined,
so that tho inner color is just
tho proper ono to produco tho best effect
with tho outer one.
Black whipcords, empress and rep
effects nro shown, all flno and ologant,
nnd the eudora and henriottn cloth,
both with s-ilk warp, and tho novelty
black weaves will bo exceptionally pop-
eOT I V rap
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OUTIKO UAUMEXTS OF IK)CnLE FACED COOD8.
ular. Tho delicate and neat figures produced
in tho most elrgnnt black grosgrains
nre reproduced in theso perfect
and beautiful fnbrics, which somo people
consider more refined nnd truly
than nil silk goods, though they are
not suitable for evening.
Among tho "r.oyeltics" are somo
printed- chiffons that look liko shadows
thrown by mngio on a oloud of mist.
Theso chiffons nro to bo made up into
dancing gowns for tho coming season.
Somo of them hnvo butterflies nnd soiho
sweot pea blossoms, and somo fowiiavo
eilvoc itars or half moons, or in a fow
-V ( . k
cases metallic gcomotricnl figures. Thoeo
will bo mndo np over glaccd taffeta.
White ciepons will bo vory popular nlsa
xor evening, nnd tlioy will bo fairly
smothered in floating ribbons.
As to trimmings, I notico n doublo
vandyko trimming thnt is qnito n novelty.
This consists of nlteruato long nnd
short points nnd is shown in lace, guipure,
embroidery and passementerie.
Lnco as a fnctor will havo a largo placo
this season, but ribbons n lnrgor one. It
would bo absolutely impossiblo to givo
half a list of tho now dovices in jot to
trim dresses nnd othor garments. Great
buckles and slides are soon. Black silk
crocheted trimming comes noxt to hnnil
embroidery iu valno nnd boauty, nnd
Vandykes mndo in rings nro o favorito
fancy. Feathers, particularly tho vory
Huffy ones, will bo much worn on handsome
ovoning gowns, somo of tho prettiest
having flecks of different colors on
tho ends of tho flues, produced by dyeing
in tho newest tints. Ono bordering
of this kind had every fluo tipped with
bright scarlet, tho rest being pure white
Black and red nlso mndo a prettv com
bination, nnd this union is often seen in
this seasou's output
Tho, principal now shades shown thru
far throughout nil tho now goods of every
description nro saus geno, n soft
tint of n pinkish drnb; prelate, n rich
purplo, liko n morning glory, with thnt
samo delicato frost over it; rajah,
mignon nnd jais, nil of them carrying
mo tints or tho convolvulus, cream,
straw, ivory and Cleopatra, all yellow,
more or less pronounced, nnd from thorn
on up through nil tho browns, such n3
fnwn, mordoro, coffee, tobacco, chest
nut nnd several others, nil holding o
warm yellow glint hidden awoy somewhere
and only showing fitfully. There
nro several shades of lavender which aro
grayish blue, nnd besides thorn several
shades of pure blue, from sky to dark
marino nnd nnvy. There aro coral,
shrimp, cardinal, garnet, poppy red,
rose, old rose nnd clovo red. But let no
ono think that this is all, for tho greens
raugo nil tlio way from tho
locust arid grasshopper to bottlo
green, nnd thoro nro several shados of
gray, mostly on tho metallic cast.
Among tho woolen goods for ordinary
street wear, nfter tho cheviots, comu
tho heavy twilled sorges and tho twilled
two toned fnncics. Thoso nro chuu trou
ble, ns tho colors are mljiuitcd in tho
ridges or wnles, and thus thoy how iu
wiu lotus, ineso mnteriais nro crv
tnicK, tnougn not oppressively hoavr,
nnd thoy require very littlo trimming.
For tho benefit of tall women tiihro nro
a fow of tho patterns woven with larders,
and for short or stout ones thoro
nro stripes. For children and young ladies
thoro are plaids, but thoso nro exceptions
to tho general rulo of plnin or
fancy figured goods. I must not omit to
mention tho woolen brocades nor tho
mohairs, which will bo nccordion plaited.
Accordion plaiting will bo very
popular wherever it can bo used, but it
must bo dono well and bo full enough;
otherwise it soon loses its bcantv. nnd
when tho plnit is ouco out tho mnterial
i3 ruined for all other purposes and
never looks well if replnited.
Tho now hats, as a goneral rulo, do
not differ very widoly in shapo from
thoso of this season nnd nro mndo of
felt, straw and ucapolitan. Somo Indies
liko straw better tlinn folt and wenr it
ns long as possible, ndapting tho trimming
to tlio season. Tlio Neapolitans nro
adapted better for evening thaii day
wear, being almost transparent, but
when trimmed with lnco and fine jet or
nigrets they nro oxtremoly pretty. Tho
wearer of n ucapolitan, however, must
beware of tho rain. I remombcr hav
ing hnd a lovoly ucapolitan hat, of
which I was quito proud. I was caught
in a shower without nn umbrella, nnd
when I went to tako off my hat I found
thnt tho crown had stretched upward
about n quarter of a yard to a ragged
point nnd entirely lost its shape. Neapolitan
is made of braided horsehair,
and whilo oxtremoly pretty it must bo
sheltered from tho rain. Dampness will
nlso tako tho ehnpo out, and dampness
will nlso causa tho pretty spangles so
popular this season to dissolve. They
nre mado of gelatin, colored black
Iho new upholstery nnd draperies for
doors and windows nro very beautiful,
nnd somo of them nre curious. I saw
ono quaint pair of portieres and wns
told that perhnps there had been 200,-000
pairs of thorn sold thus oarly. Thoy
havo a canvas gray ground, and
stripes nro wovon in dull old colors,
and thoso patterns look exnetly liko
thoso faded old "samples" found in
couutry homos nnd forgotten nooks nnd
where tho fino cross stitches had been
worked in by tho unskillful fingers of
littlo girls taking lessons in ncedlowork.
Theso odd designs havo beeu followed
nnd in somo casos amplified. Tho wholo
effect of theso curtains is soft and pleasingly
reminiscent, and yet they seem to
bo tho right thing in tho right placo
with tho old styles of furniture now in
Tho rich nnd handsomo dtrbj" sntin
portieres nro very fasliionablo, and thoy
nro reversible nnd always prodnced in
tho mo.it artistic colors, calculated to
harmonizowith almost nny furniture. I
remomber ono pair of old roso nnd old
gold, and thoy wero quito as haudsomo
on ono side ns tho other. There was also
ono pattern whoro tho curtain was of
heavy old roso batiu, with a" pattern of
cream white thrown upon tho snrfneo
liko a rich and intricate lnco pattern,
through which tho color showed.
There aro somo benutiful window
curtains of thiuuish whito material
something likoscrim, with shaded satin
stripes, and rheso nro doublo faced so as
1U Vainest Tootl For Growing nml ratten
Professor D K. Snlmon, chief of tho
United Stntw buronn of nnimnl industry,
says that for growing animals com
nlouo is not so fir.itnblonswhentoronts.
From n chemical analysis of foods n
mixture of corn nnd wheat should provo
n netter ration for fattoning animnl
than either grain nlonc. When wheat
nnd corn nro the same prico, ho snys it
pays bettor to feed tho wheat nud'sell
tho coin. Wheat weights 7 per cent
heavier tlinn corn. When it is fwl nlonc,
it is just ns good for fattoning nnimnls
as corn fed alone, nnd it is hotter for
growing animals, nnd tho manurinl
value of wheat is much wreator than
that of corn.
When yon begin to feed whoat,
go slow nt first. Givo odly small
quantities, gradnnlly increasing. Fed
in largo quantity suddenly, it will'
indigestion. Mix it with other
Tho circulnr of Information issued bv
tho bureau of animal industry gives several
mixtures cf wheat with other
grains which nro recommended for feed
ing. Wo nppond them bolow. Professor
Salmon says in addition:
Tho best form iu which to feed wheat
is to roll or grind it into a conrso meal.
It may then bo fed nlono or mixod with
cornmeal or ground oat. When ground
flno, it is pasty nnd adheres to tho teeth,
gums nnd chocks, so that it is not so
readily masticated or eaten. Iu tho form
of n coarso meal it is relished by nil
nniraals, it is in n condition to bo at
tacked by tho dlgestivo processos whether
thoroughly masticated or not, and in
most casc3 it rIvca tho best results. Dr.
Gilbert appears to havo obtained better
results from wholo than from ground
wheat when fed to sheen Sheep fooders
may therefore experiment with wholo
wheat, but wheat meal will certainly
ho found to givo bettor results with nil
other kinds of nnimnls.
Tho umnber of pounds of llvo wuicht
that may bo produced by footling a bushel
of whent will evidently vary accord
ing to tho ago and condition of tho animal
fed. Professor Itobortsou, nt tho
Ottawa experiment station, fed frozen
whent to hogs nnd secured from 0. 1 to
poundvlivo weight, from a bushel,
tho greater increaso being from
young, growing animals nnd tho smaller
from thoso whioh wore fattening.
At tho South Dakota experiment station
tho hogs fed ground wheat required
1.81 pounds and thoso fed wholo whent
required 4.01 pounds for ouo pound gain
in tivo weight. Tho ground wheat fed
returned R8.30 cants per bushel, tho
wholo wheat 55.83 cents, corn 00
conts nnd peas 05. 00 cents. Tho quality
of pork obtained from ground wheat and
corn was aboat equal and was superior
to that from wholo wheat, peas or mixod
From tho Canadian experiments it
would npponr that tho feeding vnluo of
on cqunl weight of whent is slightly in
excess of that of corn. Tho South Dakota
experiments gnvo better results from
corn. Iu general, tho difforonco would
probably not bo very great, but it would
undoubtedly bo hotter to mix corn and
wheat, or com, wheat and bran, or
corn, wheat nnd middlings. Tho following
examples show tho composition of
Mixture- No. 1
ibid, urates. Int. tlve
LTjs. Lbs. Lbs. ratio.
o jwunds corn 3.5 01.3 2.1
W jiounda wheat i.O r.7.0 tt9
100 iwunds mixture.. 8.1 C9J ao
Mixture No. 2-
W pounds whent 0.7 22J a
40lonml3corn 2.8 2i.l 1.7
1-0 pounds bran S.S 8.8 aa
100 pounds mixture.. 0.0 IAJ2 3.0
0 IKJunda wheat .1.7 22J a7
20 pounds corn l.t 12.0 0.8
SOpodiuls oats 1.8 8.0 0.9
0 pounds middlings. S.i 8. ao
100 pounds mixture.. 0.3 &X3 2.9
Mixture No. 4-
C0 pounds wheat BJ 33.1 1.1
a) pouuds oats 1.8 8.0 0.8
20 pounds middlings. 2.4 8.1 0.0
to bo blue on ono sido nnd pink on tho host to put paint or tar paper on tho in
other. There nro olsosoveral other tints
nnd colors produced in theso enrtnins,
which nre, by tho way, intended for
bodrooms nnd living rooms, nnd perhaps
dining rooms al.io.
Clara Bewick Colby's paper, The
Woman's Tribune, Washington, calls
attention to tho fact that Howard university
of thnt city is open in all its departments
to women students.
100 pounds mixture.. 0.7 C0.7 2.5 1:5.8
JIany other combinations might bo
made, bat thoso aro snfflcicnt for purposes
of illustration. Mixtnros 1 nnd 2
nro moro Bnitnbloforftitteiiiug nuimals,
whilo a nnd 4 nro oxcullont oithcr for
growing animate or for thoso being fattened.
Llvo Stock I'olntn.
A littlo Btory told lately shows tho
put on horses in Kentucky. A
woman thoro Ruod a railroad for killing
her horso nnd hor husband. Tho jury
gavo hor 0150 for tho horso nnd a cent
for tho husband. So it is said.
For an ordinary silo, iu which loss
than 200 tons nro to bo put np, a two
horso power will run tho cutter.
A good fodder or silo cutter will chow
up n ton in 15 minute.
England imports annually $20, 000,-000
worth 'of eggs nnd poultry. Tho
Luglish nro tho greatest ogg eaters iu
An expert nays, of thonilngo cutter ho
likes best: "Tho cutter I profor is ono
with four knives nttached to tho main
shaft by cutter heads. This givos a continuous
cut nial stendy motion. Thero
is not tho jar that thero is to knives
hung on n balance wheol and not noar
tho danger iu enso nn obstruction gets
into tho machine. A safety flywheel
should bo on every cutter. Buy a down
cut. It runs much steadier nnd does not
havo to bo bolted or screwed to somo
6olid foundation to keep it in plnco,"
It has now been settled that it is not
sido of tho silo. Put tongued nnd grooved
boards. They swell with tho moisturo
nnd keep tho &iln&o tight nud sweot.
Southdown sheep nnd lambs nro looking
You may not think so, but now, when
nnimals of nil kinds nro low, is n good
timo to go into tho live stock business.
In a couplo of years thero will bo a
boom in ovoything thnt walks on four
legs nnd in some things that walk oa
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pies of its work. McMUKRAY 1IKOS..
DR. W. B. PENNY
Office South Side Main St., In oTOee recently
vacated by Dr. Le F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky.
Higgins & Watts,
All Kinds of Coal,
KUSSEIX S: BROWN,
Main and DanvilloSts , Hustovillc, Ky,
We have recently repainted and refurnished
thellouM and are prepared to accom.
modate the public In Aist.clas itvlr. Our Kates
are very reasonable and a good table at all times.
Special attention to traveling men. Elegant
room attached. Also a first-class saloon
with the Hotel. Call and s ee us. 45
TfiE RILEY HOUSE
P. B. RlLKY.JProprlotor,
London, - - - Kontuoky.
1 nave moved to new
-..., Hoil",aod an better
prepreatnnn tverto Accommodate the pullie.
r.::.r ,w,'j """5? "" "" "
m a call.
coa vesicae da-
P. W. CREEN, Prop.
This stable, which Is run n connection with the
well-known Myers House, has been supplied with
A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages,
n. and Is better than ever
prepate .supply the public with
FmsTJLAsa nios ok all. kinds.
Personal and promptattsnllon givsnto Weddings
1 artitaand Burials
P W ' G R E E V
Al HURNS.Mang,r Pr,p'e,or
The Myers House,
Stanford, : : : Kontucky.
I am still running this well-known Hotel and
will continue to rive my guests the poliiial
as well as the best the market aifurds.
pocial Attention to tho Traveling
Whtn you want a turnout com to my
Farmers Bank&Trnst Co
la now fully crganiicd and ready ior business will
Paid up Capital of - $200,000.
Surplus, , . 20000.
SUCCESSOR toTHh LINCOLN NATIONAL
HANK OK iTANEORD.
now closing up) with the wat assets and uodst
, the same management.
By provisions of its chatter, depositors are as
hilly protected as ate depositor in National
Banks, its shareholders being held Individually
luole to the eatent ol the amount of tneir stock
therein at the par value thcreol, in addition to th
amount invested In such sharea. It may act U
ciecutor adminisuator. Ac. .. fnll, ..
. . , ..... rm
Tp those who entrusted their to us
while mnsglntr the Lincoln National iUnk ol
btanfonl, w wc here tender our many thanks and
trust tbey will continue to transact their business
with us, oiierlng as a guarantee for prompt
to same, our tw.niv vn' ............ 1.
llberaUccotnuodatious as arc consistent
with sound banting.
J.J. Williams, Ml. Vernon;
. H. Shanks, Stanford;
S J, Etubry, Stanford;
J. U. Owsley, Stanlord;
J. P.; Cash, Stanford;
William Oooch, Stanford;
A. W. Carpenter, Mlllcdgevill, K
W. 11, Cummins, I'reachcrsvill
S. If. Shanks, President,
Dr. J.lt. Owsley,
W.-M. aright, Teller.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OK STANFORD, KY.
Capital Stock $300, OOO
Surplus - 21,300
.A,!tnti.on?r,h?pu"? u n'el o the fae
that this Is the only National Rank In Stanford
Under the provisions of th National Bank Act
uciwuiori are secureu not only by the caDltil
amount equal to "the atock, to that depositor ol
this Institution are secured by a fund of 5400,000.
rive eworn statements ofthocondttion of th bank
aj made each yearto the United States government
and Its assets are examined at stated time
by government agents, thus securing addititona
and perfect safety to depositors.
This institution, originally established ss th
Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1838, then re-organ
lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in .8s and
again re.prganlrcdaa the First National Hank of
Stanlord in iSSs, has had practically an uninterrupted
oxistcr.ee of 11 years. It Is better supplied
now with taeilitletfortransacUnghusinessDromot
ty anaiinerauy than ever before in its long and
honorable career. Account of corporations, fiduciaries,
firms and Individuals respectfully
Th Directory of this Uank is composed ol
Foresttss Keid, Lincoln county;
S. T, Harris, Lincoln;
O. A. Lackey, Lincoln;
J. W.Uayden, Stanford; ,
J.S. llocker, Stanford;
W. A. Trlbble, Stanford;
M. D. Elmore, Stanford;
T. P. Hill, Stanford.
K. L. Tanner, McKInney;
. ,. M J. Millar, ML Vernon
J S.Hocker, President;
John J'McRobertt, Cashier;
A. A. McKlnnoy, Assistant Ciahler.
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