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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884122301 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 1884 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi Week! Imfefii VOLUME XIII. STANEORD, KY., TUESDAY. DECEMBER 28 c umftiai N B W S R R J ES.- -N U M BER 303r 1884. WAR TO THE KNIFE! KNIFE TO THE HOLLOW! tw THE rf i. :C tifiil:ikillilLl4i CrKE-iT IcfitfiHilMMSSIli 33. xgrnvxiK-iEJiilJEl ' IS. l iJrMI 111 J ) CLOSUTQ - OUT SALE ATT. m f J. W. Hayden's vp st-istopiD:, Stors, V ikz-it- Let the people read it in reeling italics. This is a bona-fid- e WfFf no a CLEARANCE f$IsSIBI& Sale! Four Thousand Dollars sold in November; Ten Thousand MUST go in December. This is the week for the Bloacly ggl&EgMeg of i?& fe 1 The biggest drives ever offered in Central Kentucky on First-Clas- s Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Notions, Fancy Goods, Dry Goods, etc. Special BarSuits, stylish Hats, Gloves, Kentucky Jeans, Rubber Boots, gains in Overcoats. Gents tailor-iad- e Sandals, Arctics, Coats and Gossamers; Ladies' Wool Shawls, Skirts, Cloaks, Hosiery, Underwear, Fine Dress Goods, Trimmings. A special slaughter in medium Dress Fabrics, Ginghams, Flannels and Waterproofs. A fine display of Fancy Articles suitable for Christmas presents. The instructions to salesmen this week are: "Let 'em go! Sell 'em! Never mind the cost mark !" Now is thte Sale the place ! time and the Great Closing-Ou- t stock at onco FOR GASH. Having determined to quit the goods business on account of failing health, I have made up my mind to stand any sacriilce that is necessary to close out my J. W. HAYDEN. EXTRAORDINARY ANNOUNCEMENT ! GREAT SLAUGHTER OF FINE CLOAKS ! WELSH Relumed Prodigal -'- D a ! Dmi! How Utile the old fartn has ahanged." few changes Honwt Frmer-"V- erj hare been made toy eon. You will find things pretty much ai you left them tiren-t- y yeara ago. Over there Is thb apple tree you planted." 'Yes, the fame tree, only larger; and I nude for the new there is the dog-bo- ue Thomas when she thirty-seven &z WISEIMlJlSr, JDJLN'TrLIJIJBL four years Owing to the unfaovrable weather for the sale of Cloaks and having an unusual large stock on hand, the undersigned have determined to offer on Monday next, County Court day, and the week following the Entire Stock at JL UIS&T SM1S11 ! Ladies who have not yet bought their Winter wraps will iind this a rare opportunity to do so. WELSH & WISEMAN. Jefferson's Couunuir. wife had been a widow was mimed him, and she was only yearn old at that time. She ten years Jefferson's wife, and in that purl" poor Carlo! He died of old age ten year ago. That dog you tte is hla grandson." And over there U the chicken house I helped to build for old Biddy j tint brood." I wish I had "Yes; poor old Biddy! known you were coming home." "Why?" "Because .might hare saved her. but I took her to market last week." 'Ye; CU1IK VOIl 1'IL.KX. inu.rviRlit Pile aro frequently prrccdwl by iutlio back, loins nil lower psrt or tlio abilouicu, r lining tha patient to suppose liolm tonif nfTictlun vl lh kidneys tt neighboring orpin". At limn, rniptoms of Indigestion are present, ai lUtutcnc), nNulnm of ihn stomach, etc. A inolaluie, UVo perspiration, producing a Tery ilUajrvoablo Itching, rm, i a Tory common attendant. ntlir c'ttliiic Illlml, Dlocdins mid Itchlux Mies ) leM at once lo the application nf Iir. lloaitiiko't Tllo IIMedy, hlch acts dlrvctly npon tlm potts affected, absorbing the Turners, all tying the Intense Hrhln3and affecting perm mvul rure, Price fco cents. Address tho Dr. ty McItoV-ertsllUinko Medicine Co., ricjua, Oblo. t-- period had alz children by him She died in 1S72 It Is raid that she was much courted, and two of Jeflereon'ii rivals met on her doorstep n day or two before the latter' engagement. They heard founds of music within, and soon found that Jefferson wm singing a love song to the ynung widow while she played an accompaniment A most singular caeo at law, now in the on the barp. They concluded not to piea their aulU, and left with their love untold Supreme Court of Virginia, is that of Cabell and Migulre against the Southern Mu Washington Letter. tual Insurance Company and others. It is The young men of Dakota ore organiz singular from the fact that that word "oth iog club J and tending agenta eat to 'elect era" elands for upward of 5,000 persons, marriageable young ladies who are willing whose nnmes as defendants fill neatly five to go out vreat and become wives of cow closely printed columns in the Richmond boys. It that females are so icarcr, pipers. A fter this small plural it Ohio in the territory and the demand for wive Slate elections in October, the republicans is ao great among the young men that D koU girl immigrant before the can un ;rk were keen to figure the majority by the Congreeslonal reulta Applying this rule South Kenluclitn. her trunk. to Texas we find that the democratic maDr. 1IOSANICO. jority in that state is 102,451. Villi titmo Ins become id familiar v. Ith the moil of people throughout the fulled Btatei Hint It la FIIEE DISTllIUUTION. hanllj- to alato thut h U thu originator vt " What caaaea the great rnah at MoRoberti Jt "What did you give your husband on bis birthday, deat?" "A hundred clearf?" "How much did you give for them?" "Nothing " "Why, what do you mean?" "I mean that dear George sinokea a great deal, and every now and then I take a few of his cigars, and then, when his birthday comes round, I make him a present of them. It dots not cost much and always insures me a new drees." London Bocie ty. Never sun feather beds. Air them thor W. F. SfcGIsARY C3r- - 3FL- ougbly on a windy day in a cool place. a randldate for reprcaeutitlve of Lincoln counIs KurxttiaaTa ty, auhjpct to the action ot the democracy. The sun draws the oil, xnd gives the feat-ea rancid smell. When I first went to J()JI II. MILL.GIC Indianapolis, Cincinnati, housekeeping I nearly ppoiled a bed by let- Loulavlllc, K.,Stelnway A O,, andDecker Sons', Ind., dealers fn Bros', (thine on it all day. Minla a candidate "or rciiresentatlre of Lincoln counHaines', J, A C. Fischer, Vose & bona', Baldwin A ting Ihe hot sun Co.'s Cottage, Upright and (Square Plana Forlw ty in the next Lerfltlature, subject to ths action neapolis Household. of the demo racy. also the Eatey, dhonlnger and Hamilton Organs m I. II. IalIuin & Co., OPERA HOUSE, Waters Stags- - ,r ,. A Timber plenty and accessible. I would U willing to exchange for good farm stock, such as Mutes, ITAPaa I'al tlaa Xn Positive Cure for Piles, Persona wIaMnlo engage In the lumber busiTo the people of thla county we would sajr that ness will find a good opeuiug by applying to we. have been given the agency o( Dr. ilarchlsl'a JllGll ijOii.lX, and Trade-Mararcurod, and Caveats, llustouvllle, Ky. 2VMf Itallau Hie Ointment emphatically guaranttvd all ottw patent cauaes in tho Patent Offiio and be- to euro or tnoiiey refunded Internal, External, lore the Courta promptly and carefully a tended Blind, Bleeding or Itching I'lln. Price M cnU i to. Upon receipt ol model or sketch ol Intention, I JL a box. No cure, no pit. 1'eunr &. JIcAllsUr, , inkeareful examlcaUoo, aodadvla ai to lt- Drufglata. cntablllty free of charge. re tttoneraic, ana i rnaxe no ciuiratf THE INTERIOR" JOURNAL Wires and Mothers. utlleuH imtent In uecureil. .Information, Daughters, advice and ipclal reierences tent on application And the LeulaviUe We emphatically gnaraatco Dr. Marchlil'i L.ITTKLI., It.Washington, C. a female remedy, lo cure Female Dlecu-ea- , Near U. 8. Patent Office. I. Courier-Journ- al auih ai Orarlan trouble, Indammatlon and Q hai uVtn ih lead la Falling and dlaplacetuant or bearing Ulceration, thcula o( thti elm el One year for only 83 two papesi for little icnicdief. aad hat Kfen Ctutt im down feeling, Irregalarlltle, Ilarrenneaa, Change more than the price or one. Iraott ualerul utbbf '1TOI UITt bealdea maj weakneeset of Life, Leucorrhcra, fQuatM mi c.l ttua.MURFIIV DROS., MM BllMUlt. springing from the above, like Headache, BleatBy paying us S3 you will receive jVr.on year i the l, Ohaiwoa tht rtror r your borne papr with the ing, 8plnal Weaknaat, eiecpleaeoeu, Nervous detho great Dr. Bosauko's t'oii?h an J Luna; 8)rup, 8tacg'eDmu Store I" Thafreeillalrilutlonofaample krisalbrUs ths puUle anJ no raaka representative newspaper of the hViutiiUeoxrat-l- c IrnaiCiialoICa. aiouog' Ilia letilla Madl the pcopli'a fatorlto remedy, Ik rever Lnonn, for bottlea of Dr. Doatuko' Cough and Lung Syrup, tin bility, Falpltatlon of thn Heirt, Ac. For tale by and for a tariff for revonu only, and tbs.beat.s -. a uaei oi i u.iuCincinnati of moat popular rtmeJjr for Cougha, Colda, Consumption druggists. Trices ft and ft CO per bottle. Bend brlghtettand ablest famllr weeklrTn Ihs'lnH Coujtha. IViH, Ccntmnptlon and all llnjforj, ra. Btatea. Those who deslra to exwalne a unfpU Onto. Iho Throat and Lungs, l'rlc W cuts sail 11.00 and Droncbitla ngr on IU market. Rrgalar alt CO to Dr. Marchlal, Utlca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free, cpy of the Courier J vurnsl can do so mou vmn iikefloV.- ., Fo'f sale by Penny 4 MpAllitrr, Jyuxlai3. . Wd It MclWberts A St aw. centi aud $1.00. 1 Mi Instruments suid at prices and terina to suit purEasy to See Through chasers. Don't give your ordera till you get out Danville, Xr. a watch no matter how coitly 1 ex- - prion and term. Post-officccteJ to go when tho mainspring .wout citrate How ran any ono be well when his atouiach, liver or kldneya areout oforder? Of cout.e you say, 8TANFORD. KY. "Ua can not." Yet thouianda of people drat; along inlierably In that condition; not tick abed, W. P. WALTON, - lut notable to wort with comlort anil energv. Eight comnlete sets ol tkn How foo'.Iab, when a battle or two of I'arker'a Blteof Stsge.rJQxM. ery Heating capacity, Including gallery, AOO Tonlo would aot them all right. Try It, and get BeasonabU ratfl to good attractions. Addrase back vour health and anlrlta. IIow Saw MillJPor Sale! Having determined to cbanga mr business, I o3er lor sale (nrivMtily) my Baw Mill, situated Bruah Creek, in Casey county, Ky. The Engine is stationary; Boiler 40x11; Uugino 10x19; Counter abaltlM leeU Edging Saw and Grlat altU atand n tached. The property is Proprietor. In Good Itiinulnt; Order. PATENTS, J. I Grand Combination I Weekly ru. Courier-Journa- ,' -- A ...If her. Centre College, the two female schools Three or four of the section hands and the public school have adjourned until were frost bitten Thursday. after the holidays. J, L. Allen, our depot agent and wife, The ladies of the Baptist church have have gono home to spend the holidays. realized something over $100 from the C. B. Engleman'a is head quarter for H9.00 X33It ANNUM. -- AND.' suppers given by them in the vacant storelittle boys, don t you forget it. Tfkm paid ittletlr In advancs. I( w hare to The auction of W. L. Barnes was on 3d street and from the sa'lo of lit room watt anv time. 3.00 will be charged. largely attended and everybody got bartie articles of merchandise. An energetic youth of Danville '.vho gains. Goods sold at exceedingly low December 23, 1884 Stanford, Ky has patronized the Louisiana Lottery prices. Hume A Co , have sold 0,000 barrels last ten years drawing only blanks, had W. P. "WALTON. his patience rewarded by tho receipt of a of whisky to Etstern parties and tho Silver $5 prize at the last drawing. He promises Crek distillery will commence operations to "set 'em up" Christmas. la again upcn in a short time. The merry Christmas time A very elegant entertainment was giv Our neighbor, Mr. Pepper, took the has come our usual double br Radwith it en Friday evening by Judge and Mrs. J. second premium at the Harrodeburg tonumber, especially Jevoted to matter apK.Sumrall at their home in this county, bacco fair last week. Old Garrard is pertaining to it, all of which will be found to a number of gentlemen friends, one of among the leading tobacco growing counamusing and interesting. We to.be both whom it is rumored will soon lead to the ties. have labored harder than ever to give our how altar s lovely and accomplished lady of If the weather don't moderate roon patron a .good paper this year and Danville. succeeded we leave them to there is great danger of two of our young well we hare F. W. Masonheimer has on exhibition men getting frost bitten while they stand determine. If joy news of general or loI in his window opposite the court-houon the corner to sec a certain young lady cal importance has escaped us, we have -a large sized finely dressed doll, which pass. made aware of it. Nor do we not been every little girl who passes looks at with Mr. II. L. Wallace nnd Mis Maggiu think that any one can grumble about the NO TES OF CURRENT EVENTS, longing eyes. To every person buying ten Hackley have commenced n male and fevariety or the lack of a sufficient amount In Northern Wisconsin the murcury cents worth of candy he elves a ticket male school at Walnutta of roadinc matter. Certainly not this Institute. They stopped at 43 below zero. with a certain number on it. and among are both good teachers and will have a month at anv rate, for of the seven issues sut-clMis. Julia A. Lanham committed the tickets so distributed will be one which good school. eot out three have contained supplements at Lexington, by jumping into a cis- will entitle the holder to the doll. The numbers, with B F. Richardson, Jr , better known as aad three have been double tern. lucky person will he known the day after uaDe, a gentleman with more brass tbim enough matter in them to fill a large book. Cigar manufacturers and leaf tobacco New ear. Bat we did not start this article to brag honor, forged his father's name to a check i Cufor men are almost a unit in opposing the A judge in Boylo county recently fined j or 510i got ,he moneT from yard & Lutes about our achievements, they speak ban treaty. a colored gentleman $5 for stealing a pair j amj theeaselves whether good or bid, but mere01Jl for part8 unkBOwn. Mr. Nat. L. Bronaugh and Miss Mar- of pants and an additional Jj to be paid to ly to extend the compliments of the garet Letcher were married in Nicholas-vill- e the person irom whom the pants were stoMT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. to our patrons and wish them a very last week. New Year. confessed his guilt and len. The culprit Merry Christmas and a Happy Managed by Jno, B, Fish. The Senate has passed a bill to make wanted to be sent on for further trial, but Examiner rays; "If the 4th of March a legal holiday, on PresiThe San Francisco The cold spell has broken up and now his Honor wouldn't listen to the plea but there be in republicanism that which is en- dential inauguration years. dozen witnesses we have-m- ud. summoned instead a half during and ai noble an republicans think, Bradstreet's Commercial Agenoy estiA- HAS NOW Mr. J.N. Smith, Supervisor L. & N. heard their sworn statemake ita prin- mates that 316,000 workingmen are out of and when he had adversity will only serve to railroad, is moving his family to London ments, he swore the negro and heard what ciples ssere conspicuous. Hard rubbing is employment in this country. he had to say and then rendered the above this week. kst gives the brilliancy to the steel, as The children will be sorry to learn that judgment There will be a church festival at pressure and combustion harden its fiber. the Rnplee Toy Factory at Louisville was A man named Farrand who lives near Brodhead Chiistmaa night. Everybody is There is 'nothing in defeat to repine at. burned nnd with $20,000 of toys. Junction City a few days ago quarreled invited to attend. The democrats were in exile for twenty-oa- r y Bishop Wm. F. Dickerson, colored, of with his wife and concludicg that a visit to brought a very County court years, and came back into the eight of the African Methodist Episcopal- Church, as usual. Nobody seems to her parents would be beneficial to her small crowd, with their principles as firmly fixed died of heart disease at Columbia, S. C, health, marched her to town and buying hare anv business in town on county court when they surrendered the government. Friday evening, aged 40 years. OF her a ticket to the point in Virginia where days. Tbat is a party of honor and principle Mrs. Betsy Vandehof gave her husband her narents lived, compelled her to board John Coffey, known i 8 "Long John' which, while it has nothing to bestow, lives "cold pisen" instead of the medicine prethe proper train when it arrived and de-- 1 lied last ihuwday nignt, atl.r an illness aad 'waxes strong, and at last comes into scribed by the physician and now she is to ,.. family in iMh. ThpnnnnCt several days, lie leaC3 i the Jight of its own glory amid the accla go to the Michigan penitentiary for life woman wept and did not want to get on good circumstances. aialioaa of the people." for it. Mr. James L Joplin about filled the cars but het liege lord drew a gun on The Superior Court has affirmed the her and told her to get and she got. his ice houte with very Got- - ice. Its averXhe Harrodeburg Citizen, which upholds or-thiaaajority" of the law as It expresses judgment of the lower court in the case of Mr. W. W. Tompkins, who arrived age thickness is about 4 ioib.es, clear aud it, whatever that may mean, takes ns to task Judge Morton vs. Tracie, of Lexington, for from Burnside Saturday, informed your sound. The acts of the late Legislature hive tfor criticizing the Court of Appeals and $500 for libel. correspondent that at Bronston, just oppo Forty two thomind dollars will be eite Burnside, a man named John Vaughn j heen sent to this place at lait. Before they We eays we have no right to cast a stone. do not understand the point attempted to paid in premiums for live stock at the was burned to death under the following 'can be understood they will be repealed b'y . 1 I lI .i me bo made. The writer's mind was evidently New Orleans Exposition, which includes circumstances: It seems tbat two Drotners, i il. cexi general aseemuiy. Before another issue of this paper is $4,500 for dogs. befuddled condition, induced by the John and James Vaughn, lived together in Id thirteen out of G4 candy factories a cabin and that John went home on the out Christmas will have come. We now near approach of Christmas or by too frequent potaliom of the beverage especial- visited by the sanitsry officers of New York night id question somewhat Intoxicated. A take this opportunity, Mr. Editor, of wishit was found that all the colored candies few hours later the cabin was discovered to ing you and the readers cf this column a. In the lino ol Toja there aro ly seasonable now. were unfit to eat. be on fire, but the fhines had made such j merry Chiistmas. Hampton denounces Gen. Sher"Wade The report of the Washington MonuMr. C. W. Adams has gone to St. ENGINES. WAGONS, CAHT.S, SLEDS, WIIBHLIURKOWS, GUNS man's charge that Jeff Davis' ambition ment Committee shows that the weight of headway that it wa impossible to enter. ' PISTOLS, SWORDS. STOVES, KITCHEN SETS, ML'GS, When they were somewhat subdued the Joe, Missouri. He lived at th'. place was to become dictator of the Southern the monument is 81,1'JO tons aud it has body of Vaughn was found with the head, about 25years ago and will no doubt find WATCHES, CORNETS, DRUMS, PIANOS, .Empire and when asked why should the cost $1,177,710, of which Congress appro- one leg and one arm burned off. It is not many and crest changes in that country. DOLLS, FALSE PACES, PICgeneral wih to tell a gratuitous falsehood, priated $SS8,710. Mr. M C Miller, of Stanford, was in town known how the fire originated. a&td.""He might have been crazy, or he TURE ROOKS, A summary of disasters to the GlouMessrs. Francis Wilson, W. E. Smoot Sunday. Mr W. A. Tribble'i school will might have lied just for the love of lying," cester fishing fleet the past year shows 1G MonAmi lota of protty things that can not be given in this space. New "It wouldn't be the firsttimehe has delib- vessels, valued at $S7,000, and 151 fisher and Hugh Craft left for go to Orleans Texas-' closeJ.Wednesday. L. Whitehead invites every body to Waco, day. Mr. Wilson may erately lied," and Wade'saddresa is "Colummen lost. The fishermen leave 50 widows before he returns. Mr. Jacob Guest has examine his stock of Holiday goods befere bia, S.C. by God sir." and CG children. 'Squire W. H. buying el'ewherc. Besides the usual line gone to Crab Orchard. Hugh McCullook has at last been conTne Superior Court of Kentucky holds Prewitt, of the West End, who has been of toys, be has a good stock of nilverware, In Fireworks enn bo found- firmed Secretary of the Treasury. Riddle- - that "the domicile of the father is the confined to bis bed several weeks with ma- -' consisting of Individual Castors, Cake l berger, Mahone s "me too" from Virginia, domicile of his child, and domicile inSKY ROCKETS, ROMAN CANDLES, TORl'EDOKS, LARGE fever, is able to move about in his kets. Fruit Dihes, Pickle C.istor, Vaes, AND staved it off as long as possible and his cludes legal residence, though the actual room now a little. Hon. D. S. More, of Toilet Set, Jewelry Cises, tc., also n good SMALL FIRECRACKERS. negative when at residence be elsewhere." wutbe only vote in the Harrcdsburg, was here Thursday. Hon. collection of Poems. Novels, Siories, Chit- last it came to be voted on. Riddleberger The Carlisle Mercury says that the J, S. Van Winkle is confined at his home , terboxes, Photograph and Scrap Albums. is one of the little adderj that Arthur printed report of the Gould trial contains by an attack of pneumonia. Mr. B. F. Santa Claus will, during Xmas, make his 'tvarmed into life and no honest man will so much obscene matter that the postmaster Phillips has gone to Nicbolasville to visit headquarters at Whitehead's store in both It can truthfully be raid that his Undies are the purest, finest aud prctticit. regret that he has turned and stung him. at Millersburg has refused to allow it to be his father. W. R. Genslinger, of Piqua, Williamsburg and Mt. Vernon. Mail orThoy embraco mails. The Sunday Argus flippantly says: "Col. sent through the Catholic Orphan Asylum O., has engaged as salesman with A. W. ders promptly attended to and female The Roman will receive the immediate attention DELICIOUS CREAMS, Wilson. Messrs. S. W. Givens and S V. Geo- - 0. Barnes continues to find time to FRUIT.CARAMELS, CHOCOLATE, --MARSH at Brooklyn burned and 100 of the 7S5 Rowland went to Laurel Sunday to see af- of the proprietor. t . correspond with the Stanford Interior MALLOWS, TAFFY, TOY HEARTS, FRUITS AND ANI- are missing ter their coal interests. it contained Journal. Gues that's what makes Bro. children which have been consumed, be To the ''Little fareoof Company, MALS, PLAIN AND FRENCH MIXED, AND "Walton such a good man." The Argas and supposed to Christmas, S Stantodd, Ky. The undersigned THE REST STICK. sides two Sisters of Charity. should not jest about terious matters. We ol Stanford and vicinity were so much It is not all of Christmas to eat, drink, The terms of several hundred PostM axe good man indeed, but we were not masters, Marshals and other Federal offi- and ba merry. "Pace on earth, good will pleased with your beautiful entertainment aware of tho cause till this suggestion. well as of Saturday evening last that they unite in as cers expire before March 4. President to men" implies obligation Bam Randall says Wattereon's attack Arthur will continue to make appointments personal enjoyment: To forgive, to think respectfully requesting a repetition of it In Frtiils there are oa him is out of pure malevolence and up to the Ust day of his Administration if kindly of others, to remember your friends one evening next week: W. G. Welch, R, odds that he never fails to let an opportu- called upon to do so through existing va- in appropriate gifts, to give charity free C. Warren, M. C. Saufley, P. M. McRob-ert- s, nity clip in which he can make himself course, to make yourself and others hap- J. W. Alcorn, Bright & Curran, Robt. ORANGES; LEMONS, BANANAS, RAISINS, FIGS, DATES CO. cancies. COANUTS AND APPLES. We are not prepared to endorse S. Lytle, M. Peyton, J. B. Paxton, Hugh to The Congressional Commission In the matter of gifts the relative posi- Reid, Thomas Metcalf, Robt. Feczel, W. R. for the dedication of the Washingthe statement in its entirety, but in this particular instance he has gone off even ton monument invites, through the medi- tions of giver and, receiver must be consider Carson, W. M. Bright. Geo. II. Bruce, T. D. before reaching a half cock. um of the Associated Press, all civil, mili- ed. There mav he cases in which the pres- Newland, Matt. Woodson, A. R. Penny. coal or a barrel of poUtoci Geo. McAlUter and many others. ' jFoktv-sii- : Under the head of Nuts come young ladies of the Broom tary and naval organizations in the United ent of a load of States to attend the ceremonies, which will would be most acceptable. Then, again, Brigade called on Mr. Hendricks the other The Conner Journal correspondent said ALMONDS, RRA.ILS, at the base of the monument on the diamonds or other costly Jewels would bo FILRFRTS, PECANS, ENGLISH day and he kissed the last one of them. be held February WAL the only fitting token of love or friendship. of the show: '"Little Buefooi' drew a next. NUTS AND ROASTED PEANUTS. The effice of Vice President is usually 21st of taking the extremely cold We do not propose to go into detail. Par- good house, a. poor affair, but if kissing the pretty girls MARRIAGES. ents know best what would most plesee weather into consideration, and each of tho ia to be made one of the perquisites of it, The young man may young ladies and gentlemen deserre praise George W. Crabtree and Mrs. Mary their children. it will soon be more sought after than the be left to determine what would be for the creditable manner in which they, Baugh-man'- s Hodge were married at Mr. S. II. presidency itself. most acceptable to his best girl, or she to sh amateurs, performed their respective In tho way of Cakes can 1)3 had last week. cost ?8,4C8.50 to have the electoral him. parts in the play. Misses Lucy Burton, Mr. Hugh W. Richards and Mrs. Jo-ai- e The good husband mind you, the good Bessie Pennincton, Fannie Reid, and Mr. LEMON WAFERS, vote taken to Washington from the respecFROSTE D HONEY, TEA A: ICED TEA F Routen, a young widow of 20, will will be even tbn generous with his Wm. Severance are almost equal to profes ANCY t stain pa State capitals, when 38 tive FINGERS, GINGER SNAPS AND GINGER CAKES. Christmas at Point Pleabant church wife. He may give more to the extent of would have answered every purposo. The eionals. The music was excellent," by uniting their destinies. his meiin and in love and tender care she .messengers gel ::o cents per mue, wmen Mr. James D. Shaver, a prominent will repay According to the statement made by Stanton's amount for carrying niadeMaj. young lawyer of Centre Point, Ark., and Oa the put of tbo.e who cm affjrJ it Mr. Logan Diwson, of Lincoln county, this Kentucky's vote S151.50. Mis Sallie H, Borden, one of Somerset's diamonds or jetfels are the most appropri- State, in the Stanford Journal, tbat old Below is a list of Fancy Groceries now in stock and fresh is charged that the County Attorney most cultivated young ladies, were united ate for gifts. They are not only of unyary gentleman is entitle! to a share of the was either a member of the mob in marriage at the residence of the bride's of Hart spoils. His father raised five democratic CITRON, PRUNES, ing value but will be imperishable remindCURRANTS, SEKDLF.SS RAISINS Pedagogue Slocum dispersed, or aware of parents this week. Republican. I sons, but he "siw" the old man two better . .. . giver. ers of the UT? iOi u r "MUVJ'i xi yaw His, gun was found near uu.ouor.,, UAt'iMJiAL, HOUr its purpose. our Crab Orchard corresLast summer Well, all we wanted to say was, in Christ- and has raised to voting age seven demoafterwards. A sweet scent pondent reported that Mr.Simuel Holman SJocum'ts house Y, KROUT, PICKLES IN BOTTLKS OR BARRELS mas time enjoy the good things of life in cratic sons. Grove, give the old man anyed sfficer to be sure. HONEY, CRACKERS, DRIED PEACHES and Miss Claudia Carson had run oil and moderation, be happy, make others happy, how a postcflicc. State Journal. Cov. AND APPLES, ALL THE SPICES Indiana representatives in Con- married, but he was mistaken, Their nup- and especially, remember the poor. The Very Remarkable Discovery, at Mr. J. Commonwealth. AND CANNED GOODS IN gress think their State entitled to recogni-tio- tials will however be celebrated Mn. Geo, V. Wllllug, of MancbeBter. Mich and we wish them bon in the Cabinet and respectfully asks F. Cirson's Uas Wen aluioit helpless fcr fWe GREAT VARIETY. Sixty tons of rock fell Friday after- writei: "My wife belp.efs that the could not turn over In that 'Old Saddlebags" McDonald be given voyage on the sea of life. noon from the arch of the natural bridge reau, to She uted two bottles or Klcctrlc 111 t teJ slouc. a portfolio. DEATHS. in Virginia. The report was deafening ten an J li to much JtuproTeJ thatibe It now able of the Cincinnati John R. McLean, and the shock considerable. Tnere is noth- to Jo bet own work." Electric Bitten will do all Died of consumption at 1 r. M., Dec. Ij3irer, is the only one of us rich editors ing to indicate the place from whence it tbat UclalweJ for them. Hundreds ol teitlmonl-n- li Of courso you will will not buy your Christmas Trix 15, Martha, daughter of J. M. and Mrs. without jeeing tho lino attett their great curatlro Kvreri. Only fifty thai gave his wife a $30,000 diamond fell but a square niche. The curved lines display at Ours got hers Mary A. Hendricks; aged 35 yeus. She of the bridge were not disturbed. This cents a bottle at Tate A. Fenny. Christmas gift. joined the Chistian church 15 years ago last Christmas. Washed Out Hair. first fall of rock from the bridge and continued a faithtul member of the is the There Is a sort of pallid, chalky complexion The girl who married Oicar Richards, since it was struck by lightning in 1769. same through life. She was an invalid for whkh the noTelltti call a iraabtd out complexia Wisconsin, three years ago wrote on her several years, but bore her afflictions with set in Sunday ion." It It ghaatly enough and no inlitako. A heavy snow-storwedding day to a friend: "My husband balr faded, colored or natience and entered the valley of the afternoon at St. Paul and several inches of Waibcd-ou- t, Cor. Mnin lores aie devotedly, and yet he has BUch a shadow of deith calmly and without alarm. snow fell before dark. The temperature lsaluioit ai repulilre and melancholy, I'arier'a wkfid temper that I don't doubt he will She said she was ready and wiljing to go was falling and the signal officer said it Hair Balsam will rcitore your hair to Itsororiginal black. color, whatever it wai; brown, auburn end by murdering me." Her estimate Master any minute. Her remains would probably ba 25 below zero before Why wear tao on your head, when jrou may enofhftcharacta was correct; he has killed to herinterred in Buffjlo Cemetery. ' H tity hare lively, ihlnlog balr. mnrnlnt?. were Stfn-MceMulirJmorlutiriral sug-test- advise tho paper, which Blaine brought the libel suit against with such a flourish of virtuous indignation, to not let the matter a drop in the way he has decided, but himself be sued. The that Blaine suggestion is a plausible one, for if the In dianapolis journalist did not tell a lie sure ly Mr. Blaine was not justified in branding him as an "atrocious libeller." The public statement that tho Smttncl had eiven utterance to a story "utterly and abonilna-bl- y false in eTcry statement and in every implication," and that its editor had as sailed the honor of a woman and her children, was certainly calculated to draw pub. lie contempt on the journalist and to injure his business. The charge came from no irresponsible source, but from the presidential candidate of a once great party and now that candidate should be made to prove his assertions or pay (or making them, It is time Blalno was taught a lesson in regard to bringing libel suits for political purposes. THENewYerk rVorM Indl-aaapo- lis DAN ILLE, BOYLE CBUNIT, PAINT IIC, GARRARD COUNTS, . OPENED FOR s, fo-t- he READY YOU AND YOUR CHILDREN. se ce T. R. WALTONI Tlie Cheap Grocer. 01. ! -- jt sea-soe- '. COR. MAIN i SOMERSET STS. St N ey Piretty to-da- aB u sive Stuck oaijnjoJiea' -- f.ii,.. t,. lu Ctefeteai fieefe consisting -- Toys, Fireworks,Candies, Nuts, Fruits, Cakes. v h aa I v r i ' Bis-laria- -- or-ae- rs 2-- citl-z;ti- o -- i It cjI-ebra- te two-cen- i ten-fol- It ..W-U..- iiiTi jintm ..uwaiu, nnni - nvnn n y -- neck-Jaceu- a T. R. WAX.TOKPS, and Somerset Sts., partl-colorc- d JStanroi-cl- , - - - J Kentucky. Semi VOLUME XIII. Hefili THE mlefii 1884. imfmiL NEW SERIES.-NUMB- ER STANFORD, KY.f TUESDAY. DECEMBER 28. 3(& IDEE3D IS ZDOZSTEI THE BATTLE IS RAGING ! TERRIBLE SLADGHTEi THE GUNS ARE BOOMING AND A FEARFUL CUTTING IN THE WHOLE LINES! A GREAT MANY WOUNDED, BUT NONE DEAD! I will naturally lose Tlrt tbore heading taajr read Terj sanwtioaal, but it is the full truth, that from this day on till January lat (inclusive) every article in my Store will be offered AT AND BELOW COSTI By doing Uua during this red letter sale, but my customer aa well as those who wish to patronize me shall be convinced that D. KL ASS will not be undersold by any one. . Now s the time to take Advantage of this Great Opportunity and Lay in Your Supplies. ,;i m ?w n - '."Of t" I have taught too heavy the season for Fall Goods wa short. The only remedy left for me is to unload (as I never believe in carrying stocks over from season to season) and the way of unloading quick ia to put H&e Bagger ia flic Trices up to tlc Handle, wit&o&t sgsi?& of tJe &eisi. Mj mm m t "first &ss, mmt fcoet t Here are some of the Cuta and Slashes that will be made, (I can not give them all, on account of limited space) during this RED LETTER SALE: f v. CUTS IN THE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. Men's Overcoats i 11 '. cut from H ii it ii ii ii ii H ii ii ii u Men's ii ii ii Suits ii $10 00 to 812 IS 00 to 11 7 10 00 to (J 0 00 to 5 7 ro to 3 5 00 to 2 4 00 to 20 00 to 17 IK 00 50 50 75 00 75 25 Indigo Blue Calico, from Great Western Cotton, from... Good Sheeting (10ft from Good Plaid Cotton, from Good Ginghams, from Good Canton Flannel, from... Good Canton Flannel, from ii ii ii ii ii i '. a i a ii ii Boye' i Suits ii 00 ii 00 to 15 00 Good Bleached Cotton, 15 00 to 12 50 Fruit of tho Loom Cotton, fram 13 00 to 10 00 Best Bed Ticking, from 7 00 Good Bed Ticking, from 10 00 to 5 00 8 00 to ii it ii ii 4 75 ii 7 00 to ii ii ii 5 00 7 00 to " Bed Comforts ' 4 00 GOO to ii ii ii ii fiOto 3 75 to 1 75 to 1 50 to 1 25 to 2 00 to ! . tlltiti.. t t.tt. . ii 41 Pants i i wto -. .- II 41 41 3 50 ii ii .i ii 3 25 All Wool Blankets " 2 50 Good Blankets, 1 .tiilllfl l.t. t Jeans Pants .. Coats 1 1 l .leans 50 25 " ... " 00 Largo Bed Spreads, lrom 75 Largo Shawls, from ttttl.t. from... Dress Goods, from All Wool Cashmere, from Dress Flannels, from .... CUTS IN THE DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. Good Calico Cut from 3c down to 2Ac 7c down to 5c down to 6c down to bhc .25c down to 20c 8c down to 6$c .. 8c down to Gc 15c down to Vlh ...10c down to 8c Sc down to 6c ...7c down to 5Ac .74c down to 5Ac 9c down to 9c ...25c down to 18c l?c down to 15c ...15c down to 10c 12Ac down to 8c ..$2 down to 81 50 81 50 down to 81 81 25 down to 75c 85 down to 84 .8r 50 down to 82 50 82 down to 81 50 81 down to 75c $2 50 down to 81 75 82 down to" 81 25 Hc down to 5c . 81 down to G5c ...75c down to 60c ,7-- Ladies' Custom Made Shoes, from II I CUTS IN THE BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT. II II II It II M l II II II II ii Good i. ii Fine Button Shoes, Front Lace 8hoea ti i Men's Booty, Calf Skin, Men's Boots (whole stock) ii c,i, ii ii .i ii i ii ii ii ii ii i ii ii Children's Boot'. Plow Shoe, Men's Nice ' Cuts in Hats and Caps, Furnishing Goods Dopartmont. Hat', from $4 60 down to $3 50 3 75 down to 275 3 00 down to 250 2 50 down to 2 60 2 00 down to 150 1 75 down to 125 150 down to 1GO 2 00 down to 150 2 50 down to 185 3 50 down to 2 50 4 00 down to 300 3 50 down to 250 2 25 down to 175 2 50 down to 2 00 1 25 down to 1 00 1 00 down to 75160 down to 75' - $3 50 down to $280 2 75 down to 2 00 . 2 00 down to 1 60 Bars' Good I ii ii ii ii ii 175 down to 25 down to 00 down to O0 down to to to 1 1 1 1 50 down to 28 00 75 8 1 Cap, it ii ii " 1'ndershlrt', i. ii ' OershirtP, doam down 85 down 75 down 65 50 75 down to 75 down to to to 25 50 50 40 50 40 50 And cuts in everything from a pin up. stock ov Remember my Goods are all Fresh, New, bought this Fall, and no old shelf-worauction trash. Remember that what I say I mean; no cheap talk, and finally n REME MBER D. KLASS' STORE, Opposite Myers Hotel, Is the place you should Visit first, Examine the Goods and hear the Prices before you invest one dollar elsewhere. Stanford, Ky. D. KLASS. J I n 1 , CHRWTAf IN NOMSClNO. KUtm (Iwiiimri, wtdfcttwffteit, qaeidion H1 CHRISTM'AS 0ARDSM Sr (Ttie Kelldnys In the Keiuote Oonntry tkd as&rhet8rlit mwHi grind salt 51 a9rind tiltliWdlthfl'ewwer.trr. should just 1 of'oArijr . District tWck.w; ftTll MijMMkgf etof. you like." VISITroTHE WORKSHOPSfOFiTU r w Saf" H Ilopscii IniTboJJurreiit ni'ero'tpon7sonnxlous waaJlie"3io buy the SNOVFLAKES. PRANG & CO. Cliristnms in NorwayTsflo1f as with us, n, quern that ho promised tofSy untold wealth brief comemcratlon of tho birth of Christ, i for It, Secured of his prize ho put to roa, Ye who have scorned each other, nnd when 50 far oft that no one could reach Tlio M)lciies of Ctiromo Card lrlntlng conflnod only to tho dav which tho church Or injured friend or brothor, has llxod upon for tlds colouration. It is Tti llita fnfr. fnrllnr vnniv him, Jioaidto, tho qucm, 'Grind salt, and us been byuai l'nrtj of Yowfii 'Folks' f rather" ttio'wfnter vacation. o season of un ' DRUGGISTS PHARMAGEUTISTS; I VI ' grindb0thTfat; and gootL" No sooner had .liVorwhdbvforiLordeoJ,. w Tlin Kssrutlatt ttT n I'op- Interrupted festivity, during which every . "Hn.ro lrmde d tIM heart hloect, ho'spoken'thnrftho quern forthwith began one,' hlgVand low, takes his pleasure in acular'Cartl. rgrfcHHfJtf lKrirtilchr'Inafri,'ahlarliif short sinitod acainst and sinnlnr. cordance with his taste, A man who has time, arose in heaps on the dock and threatForget their ttrlfo's beginning, licoii sober all tho year round, I ut regards his AlarmoJ ened to sink vessel. (Aibpted from Wide Awake And join in friendship now being drunk ns the highest form of hnppl- nt tho rapidity with which the quern Bo links no longer brokon; replj,! ksat ' !lt.'kon 0tttK'"'t of nil,'' saldtthomaiiagor, in plea- - 'nesVproeures'tho ucededfnipply ofbrandy, ( intll0 1 Bo swcot forglvcnsss spoken CnfU.deslcn must WIiioh. , Wall MiihIcmI It went onj to a nuestion. "ngenoral; nuRt bo possoli rctfivs to hi? rpom, Inud "eelooratos." DrtiRH, u hlskne(f, toloavo oirj but Under tho Holly Bough , Another, who profcr convlvinl celebration, t nlo ns.leople in ChctMlcHlH, t nnd.boferoinany inliiutes thovcuael BautobV Liquor lloItv-IuHlructiiOHtH, fTccrtAln origlnaliry n palpablo frojlmos-i-, KK" to a dancing jinrtynnl picks quarrels Yo who havo loved each other, jkiith, Mutloncry, laln(Ht Pockot natli me weight o( salt. Jtut mo quorn, or it will not attract attention to iUolf. rigut nnd Jolt, conducting himself as "tuo Sister, and friend, and brother, NoHpn, OIIk, still beneath tho water, keeps grinding, and ToIihccoh, Cutlery, In this fast fading year, And then it must convey n sontlmontot con cock of tho walk," until somo one who hence tho saltnoss of tho sea. LmiipH, rerfiiiiiorj', Flro Amun, NhchIb Mother, and sire, and child, gratulntion, either for a holiday, a birthday, cherishes tho taiuj ambition touqiorarlly Theso tales, in which tho witch element Young man and niaidon mild, or somo homo anniversary. Of oour.x, we disables him. figures strong!), still oxist in our own counOur Jewelry, SIlTcrwaro and Optlcnl Hoods Department U in Chargo oft'el. Coma gathor hero; no'wssnry features It it Young people of higher tastes mako up Thos. HkliarilH, who will Itcpnir Watches nnd Clocks promptly nud In tho And let your hearts grow fonder try. Thus, in the Islo of Man, it is related rojoico if with theso to c immand tho admirn best also so beautiful as large sleighing partio, nul dosceftd en Btjlc. shall ponder As memory how a fiddler, having agreed with a stranger tlon belonging to n fine ork of art, rendering masse upon some rich neighbor, who, with Koch past unbroken vow; to play during the twelvo days of Christmas Inan object fr be Old love aasSfounger wxwlag d ojieit arms and the to whatever company he should bring him, the card by tho Aro sweot iMsn renewing. pcs.sos.)r. peculiar to Norsemen, receives tho unblddon was astonished nt seeing his now master definitely Under the Holly Bough. must riot forgot to add," continue! be, gueits nnd providen all the necessaries for a 'I vanish into tho earth as soon as tho bargain IChnrloa Mackay. beautiful if offemJ' entertainment. Laughter, music, had boon made. Terrified at tho thought of "that the most must bet painting, nature as Yule-tid- e . of Buch a nnd the whirl of dancing feat resound bartag agreed to work for so mysterious a us as n design, reproduced by lithography." So nuch thatVbeautiful aad bright, to bo readily through the great house, while personage, ho quickly resorted to tho clergy. Bara truths to which it was n stranger, Stopping to a table, he opened a large the host with his cheery ytdco encourages DMTworldhMi learned ,toee, Bethlebum'i man, who advised him to fuMUl his engage ment and to play nothing bat psalms. Ac book to a picture In rich color. "This," every one to do his lent, ace", perhaps, even Shone o'er the infant Jesus' manger. corJlngly, as soon as Cnristmas-tid- e arrived, said he, "was reproduced by lithography himself treads a sedate arvl statclv waltz from a painting. It Ls tho result of thirty with tho wife of his bosom. When, nt last, his appearthe weird stranger mad That Christmas tale in which appears beckouod fiddler to printings; that is it as run through tho , the tardy daylight surprises vho revelerx, the j ance, and tho Ood and the mother human, The child DtlLIII IN- a spot whero tho company wero as- press thirty times, each time receiving a new chances aro ten to one that tho hearty host lias left for eighteen hundred yean will offer the wholo cominny lieds, nnd bid sembled. On reaching his destination color or shade." A luster on too name of woman. -Ho turnod from this gorgeous representathem stay and continuo tho merriment tho Drugs, Books, Stationery and ho nt onco stmck up n jalm tune, Let all the enlightened hosts of earth which so enraged his audlonce that thoy in- tion of a woman and child, which was next night. Then they niuy "go i ctiiuj iiui 9u'!w (v n he Toislng: - loaf, Oar debt of gratitude to the first leaf. that h, visit the neighbors round about with on the last . . r. vtT stantly vanished, but not without so jarj . Jesus' birth Ad lot this time ofglad rejoicing. This showed . simple outlines of all masks and In various grotesque dUgulsos, Pbytlclioi' rrnerlptiout sreuritflr fompoorJr.1 him that it .was with some VJteiBAln&day.of AIo difficulty be succeeding in reaching home, the objectain the picture tbey had just seen, and afford the latter an excuse for iavitinz -t- Ella?Wheeler. I and narrating his Christmas experience to also outline ofveach color. in the picture. He them to another cntertamat,land so "keep ' tho family as tbey were gathered round the then slowly turned one leaf after another; iI the ball roIluMr.'' Then poalod tho bolls more loud and deep showing that tho book was a very con veulonl Thus the hwidays pass In tho remote Ood is not dead; nor doth he sleep! fireside. I of the picture, displaying on itl try districts in Norway; all business ls The wrong shall fall, In Germany, Christmas Eve is the season a fresh color printed by tcrnipted, and lrinro Carnival has full The Largest Steele of Watchee, Clocks, The right prevail, of all others w hen fairies are supposed to be itself, and imges right-han- d With peace on earth, good will to men." Jewelrj and Silverwara on ltd agvd the tame , nway. Among the poorer lIoxmx, who can most active, keeping their festival on the color priuted in its Longfollow. relations with all , not ulTord to own oxponse, mountain tops. Then, we are told, the rough tho colors combineil propjr had preceded It, it is common celebrate at their tirought to this uiarket Mm Lowrr linn which to send the children. out as Who taught mankind on that first Christmas stono is transformed into brilliant crystal-ve- ins th WilcbN.aotkisncI Jorltr II. too original design growlug witbeacb page "star.boys,''Uiat is, they pull whlto night Day rsilrtd oa ihoit notice and WsrrsnuJ. of gold starting out artistically into more t, and fuller In color and richer. shirts on the outside of their ordinary distinct What 'twas to bo a man; to giro, not take; magic ptUars beaeath which graceful caa- - "Lkhograpy means said and give them a large ram as star, To serve, nctnrie; to .nourish, not devour; leadiig masager, way wiA a lighted, lantern inside of It These the To Help, not crti;Myevto uo, not nvei uiry.ieuueg via uoacuig' are kepi up witu ttie ; W children then trudcbig through the deep lMK XWmjiO. protracted eVthttehwm. areThe atUndantoron bite another Apartment. from"Lithographic snow, stoppinggoat every house at the roadthese' frygthrijigs generally beauti- printinft means printiag writings or ful Swedish girls, who havo unwarily par- drawings mada on stone. The poor will rnanyTTcare forget, side, and ringimc under the widows lu their taken of the contents of the golden gobWts Tuj debtor thinks not of his debt, otir work is printing in color fron shrill child voices, Christinas carols of tho offered to them by the fairies, and thus inBut as they each enjoy tbelr cheer, drawings on stone.'' Star of Bethlehem and the Child in tho Wish it were Chrivtmas all the year. stantly fallen into their power. AccordHe had taken the visitors into tin manger. Kvory where inviUxI In Thomas Miller. ing to the legendary lore found in artists' long room lighted with many win- and rewardnl for their thny are with food cxurtioas most parts of Germany, the magic effect dows, looking out upon blue skies and greeti and pcanim. of theso fairy potions is three-folthe trees, and cooled by rows of automatic fanj. morst pathetic features of His ono of .CHRISTMAS.LEGENDS. first draught from that horn he who"At drinks By each of theso windows sat nit artist, nt Christmas in the white-robeNorway the forgets Heaven; at the second ho forget work with pen and ink upon a ziiic plate, little children with their ml, frostbitten earth; at the third ha forgets his betrothed evidently copying tho pointing before him. faces, and their shrill, eager, often dissonant Illustrated tiondon News. bride." Pausing near one dk, the manager said, velra. But life is hard up there under the Scattered round the Christmas season, w Hence, on Christmas Ere persons are recthe find in our own and other countries a host of ommended to stay at home, because tho "This artist will bo fcbuy wllh this deslgr .Arctic circle for the young as ampsing oldrfolktalesmost of "which, apart f&ries on this night delight tcf waylayjitbe threo. or four.months. It is to have twenty-eigh- t old; and a bU'iod relief from the dally, lrl .v-oprintings, and he has twenty-ligstruggis for bread is this brief holiday sea. ttfom their oWJTutrtosle merits, are valuable lonely traveler, compelling hlm.toiakea plates to'make. First of all, be laid a thti ton, during VWch there is actually sface arffklthfully ebbdyiiig'the superstitious be- draught of Christmas choer from their ensheet of gelatine, transparent as glass, ovr UKn earth and gooclrwfft among mVi. liefs of our forefathers in connection with chanted goblet. tho original, and traeod upon that the outtho Yule-tid- e festival. It would seem that, s conAmong the largo class of lines of all objects and coionc ThU outline in days gone by, these fireside legends were nected with this superstition, "To Itrtnem'er fhrlHlemat." be quoted extensively circulated at Christmas-tide- , the one which tells how, whenruiy Christmas drawing ho transfers to each of the twenty-eigh- t Exctuuigv 1 a plates. You see this plate! The porTaried incidents they contained acting as so A dumpy, disconsolate looking small boy village, feast was many warnings to thoso w bo might, inad- one of tho Wing given in a German sound of tions which be has worked with his pen In was leaning agalmt the wall at the ttrwt guests, attracted by tho vertently or otherwise, bo induced to di&ro music from without, was induced to leave lino and stipplo, represent all the blue in tht corner, when along came a tall, raw Umnl gard the traditionary notions of the season. the festive scene indoors, and to wander to- design. Hero Ls tho proof taken of it. Hero stranger with about four drinks in him, nnd is the plate where be worked all the yellow As tho greater part of theso talos are novel ward said: seemed tc spot where tho probably to most readers, it may not bo in- como. the bad, however, music gone many 'in the design, and hero Li the proof he took do jou feet badP Ho not i i opportune to give same illustrations of them. steps when be was met by two beautiful of it Vea." He is now working on this plate, the red Thus, Korwegian folk-taoften allude to girls, who asked him to join their Chrrxrmaf for Chrlssls "naln you got portions of the picture. Tbee prints ol o the merry doings of tlfo "NL'son at gambols in a neighboring field, which, nftorn niasr r a class of fairies about little persuasion, bo consented to do. On singlo color, nnd these prints of combinvl ' "No." ' colors, will b bound up together wben'ths t . final 1 children, and who arriving tholsuw of "Jut ltko mo I I'm tra cling on my hut JS at the fairies' gathering, for such it whole twenty-eigh- t plaUu are completed, and menp-t-nfarmore was, be was aroV reminded, surrounded by numberless little as regards color, to centn 'smorninc. and it'll be all mm 'foronumerous in the good old times than nowa- beings all anxious to welcome him; ove Of will be tho guide-boo5V ,f',,anS "P3 K Wt,,Kr tho printer of the card.' We hhall como upon I days. Like Shakespeare's Puck, they are whom handed him a cup of wine, after drink"Na una agam in me press room." fond of pranks, and uulosa the master of the ing which he forgot his "Neither 'ml. I haven't got anybody W former state, and "Did you not say lithography was printing house pampers them, they are spiteful and thought of nothing except tho feasting and Say, love mo nn' put toys in my jacket vindictive, and hence it is not surprising dancing of tho fairies. When he hod been from stones! Theso drawing aro mado on do ou want a lizzie toy mulo In ojr stoci-Ing- r that their good will is deemed worth se- enjoying himself in this manner for tome zinc." Ho pointed to someslabi of smooth cream curing. aSrSJS" 3V 'Ves." time, tho fairies reminded him of his own gray stono three or four inches thick "We On Christmas Eve, therefore, offerings of home; but EvoM (J IMi was his astonishment when, did formerly mako drawings directly on 'So do I, tut I won't get one Tuff to be what i sweet porridge, cakes, User, and other delituft". Say, bub!' on passing through the illago to ilnd everyjxKir tuffest kin' o' cacies are provided for them; but thing in decay, and all his relations and tlie.so stones, said he, "but their weight and "What''' caro must be taken that this act is performed friends dead, for tho spell of tho falriei' cup size rendered them Inconvenient both to ' Thi're ain't no hog about me. I'm the handle and store. Wo print from stono, with every mark of respect, otherwise thoy on bim bad lasted 100 yean however, as I will show you. ir. t i h I blzzest hearted1 man In the world. I'll mako will quickly show their displeasure. Thug, Ono mi. ofou happy If have to sleep In tho middle it is related how, one Christmas U e, whon a legend German ersIoa of thoconnect! this way down stairs into a room full ,if draw- i tho road. Here, take that, and ttiit, nnJ of tho man in tho moon terious machinery. "The artists wero in a mocking spirit brought thoso little grl this es, take It along an 1 1 hnppy " he resumed. beings their customary offering:;, sho was so wretched individual's solitary imprisonment ing with lithographic ink, And lie liande I cut n pint bottle half full in that isolated region with his haviug stolen "That is a greasy ink which sheds water severely handled by them, that on the fol- cabbages from his neighbor's garden on perfectly. Now free how wo transfer the of gin, c plug of tobacco arvl a dime lowing ChrUtmas morning slw was found Christmas Eve. and as tho bewildered boy stood holdWhen just in tlu act of drawing from the zinc to tho prinUug dead in tho barn. ing them in his hands the donor continued escaping with his load ho was perceivol stone." With tales of this kind tol 1 among tho , and "Diaz all thaz nil but a oucher-dec- k who, there and then, Tbey saw nine prints taken in greasy ink peasantry, aud receiveJ by them with tho by somo passers-by- up Into conjured him tho moon. Then from the zinc drawing. These were pasted a pistol, and 111 keep them to runke some imutmost well no can faith, Bun other boy rcmemler Chrisslemn agine how ready naturally ho stands, in tho full light of the moon, to bo upon a sheet of psjxjr. This sheet was lalJ, along sonny i un home nnd bo happj they I wero to gain the patronage nnd friendship of seon by everybody, having his stolen load of print side-- down, iqicn a slab of well-iollHe stone. This is lithographic stone," ex thoso mysterious elves who, in a thousand cabbages on his back for all eternity. Jlrrlln hiipenttlllous. and one wayi, could befriend thoje who ac only has a minute's cbango one day in the plaiuad the manager; "wo import it from year, when ho is said to turn round onco on Bavaria in Germain , the only quarries in rail Mall Oftietle knowledged their supirior power. Christmas Eve. The Inhabltniits of Berlin are proud of de-tho world where tril quality exists In qunn s Among Norwegian of tho sja rei ibing the capital of tho fjcrruan empire ns Again, tho Wild Huntsman U said in Ger- tity." lating to Christmas, wo are told how a cerA strong ovon pressure from a Lcvny "the City of Intelligence." This tain sailor, according to custom, was deslr-'ous- many to mako nightly excursions through presenting on Christmas Day a cako the air fr r tho twelve nights of Christmas, roller was now applini to the sheet Is, no doubt, well deserved, but even in thnt center of vnlightiiient each recurring Chi I Then tho iwqwr tothespirit of the waters; but when ho came alarming all who h;ar him by his furioui upon (lis stone. shows that countless legends ijud to the shore, lot much to lib disappointpi ogress. Ho generally rides upon a largo wns dampened, rubbed and washed otr. hold their ground For Instance, no ment tho wntors wero frozn over. Reluct white horsj, no loss than four and twenty The linos of the nino prints of tho zinc in the slab. dotheh llnch nro allowed t Le ant to leave hi3 ollerin upon tho ico, he licrco dogs following him. According to n drawing remalnoi upon tho enr, fut house tvetwoM Cliiistmns uud New This printing stone now went to the steam triod to make a hole; but, in tplto of nil his talo quoted by Mr. Thorpe, in his "Northern if they nro n t all cnrefull tiikrii down it is 'labors, ho couftl not niaho it largo enough for Mythology," in every placo through which projs. There thoy faun I tho pi the cake to go through. When perplexed as he yasses tho hedges fall with a crash, the containing tho double impressions of each of believed b nil good Berliner thnt n dreadful accident will happen. On tho upi.T road owning of its own accord before him. tho xino drawings tnqilu for this cirJ back toil hat ho should do, ho was ngreohly by the appjaranco of n little, tiny Ho rides with such speed thnt his drgs often tho print of tho plain color on one jvage, and table ou Christmas Ko Uwreinust lioucaris band, ns ttblto as snow, which, sti etching fail to keep apace with him, and frequently tho print of its impression upon tho othor which brings fortuno, and if tlie scnlejof the !lh nro cairlod about in the purto it will through the hole ho hod made, seizsd the may be board panting nnd howling. Oc colon.,-01- 1 tho page opposite Tho printer had mlxol his ink to repro ono U left behind, as haptiover tie empty during Uio eomlng venr Ml cake nnd instantly disappeared with it. In casionnlly cno J car at Wulfslorf, where duce ono of tho colors. A trial sheet na pened dreams lietwven Christim nnd Now Year this legend originates, it is said, tho compli ment paid to a 'oi wginn lady, "Your hnud it remabiod panting, howling w ithout inter- printed to represent this color, also nn im become tni", mid nil childroi born nt( Lr.st-in.- s mission until tho following Christmas Evo, prevsiui ujxin n sheet of tbo preiioui color lmo the gift of prophecy But wo is liko n water sprites." In printing," w under how inuny lit rllnN, intelligent ur The Korso peasant, in lii-opular talcs, i.lion tho Wild Huntsman ngain took it with printings. "All colors him. Henc3 various precautions wero for cxplalnoJ the miinger, "nro exactly tho otherwise, really belirvo these Intennting lias n curious solution for tho epics U'llcs of n jut) rationalistic nge. tian, "Why Is tho Fen saltr' It appears, that merly taken to prevent tho Wild Huntsman wimo that ai tUts use in oil pnititing, grouu up in oil, and by cholco of colors nil complex onco upon n timo, long, long ago, thero were upproaching any particular sticei. , I'lo In i iit( i j. two brothers, one rich nnd tho other poor. It is nlso considered dangei ous to spin nt combinations of ni original pointing may l? Account of n Chi istmas pie, takon from Now it happened on Chr.simas Eve that tee Christina time, oi the Wild Huntsman will vproduced." Ho then oxploitied that after tho printing Tlio Newcwtlo Chrouiclo of Jan. (1, 1770: poor one Lad not to much as a crumb of gallop through. On ono occasion n woman "Monday last was brought from Howlckto woill bread to eat, bo ho went to his brother for refused to tnho t le usual warning, and hud stono was wetted, tho pr.sty color-Inhelp, w ho gavo h!ni n w holo flitch of bacon, no sooner sat down to spin on Cunntmas Ec stick to tho I'nes of tho litho;rnphb ink Bewick to be shipped to Ijiulon for Sir . at tho same timo bidding him go to n ceitain than sho foil into a deep ilepp, nnd was only drawing, but to nootlier jwrtionof tho stom-- Hemy (rey, Bart, n pie, tlio contents evil riiogician. On arriving at tho magician' awnkonod by tin entrance of n stranger, Understand! 3g this each timon slieet went whoreof oiw as follows, vli . Two binheU of wIkj, without any apology for intrudimr, through, tbi girls watched witli pleasure thn Hour, twenty pounds of bu'ter, four (.ean', s house, ho was surrounded by o hot of action of tho "lf in". In,; rollers ns they ic j two tmkeys, two rnbbiti, four wild diuk , anxious to buy liiii flitch. 'Well," Nil J asked for her sf inning wl.rcl and comuioucsd vs a Mff 'isn tv u tsa i& h n a a a H fast ii am vv k UXiBrd vsy n the uutomut-ioal- l t the (Irawinq woodcock, six s'lqh', four imtud, Bcfora long he ue.l up nil tho l!ax inked t he, ' by rights my old flame nnd I ought tc spuming f. tlicy two tnriey, miwii bind, welted ttj.io, havo this bacon for cur Christmas (tinner sho Imil, and on liU asking for more, sho is i ohi;el two iieats' tonguss, but Mini- ou hat ail set your hiniU on it, 1 obliged to give him her supply of wool. Still, that 1'inlc slietK wero Iail lietwxoii birds nnd six pigeons. It is xup)xwd n . ry LATEST, CHEAPEST, A!iD MOST COMPLETE CYCLOPEDIA PUBLISHED ax sheets enme gieat curioilly; was Hindu ly Mi's, l'mothy they Mippoe j ou limit lmt e it; but if 1 sell it all howecr, h' lopt on calling for more, anJ tho punted " of Ink; L'atteison, lioutokecpor at Ilowlck. It was 4'illlllllN nil r ."SS.Mm loplis. ,11011 lllllHlriltillllN, Kill It,,,,., I, Il ml i , I must have in lettnii ilint quern behind the bis nneiy demands so frightened nnd tern-h- i from the pi ess to pi event f s i il" i. Tin il ii iiiiumIi ' uliili doorjondei At fir t the old magician the pjor woman that, nlthough nnd in reply to a question it wns learned that nearly nine feet in circumference at the Ixil tin nn ill, i'Iii ! r nil Itiininn illforlUKlllMI. '' t llX'flll Ilmi ni iII II'l..ii"In. n in ii in , ii laughoJ outi llu ut t'm proposal, but the 11 was but 1 la tho morning, sip a pi inlln,f stono might coutnln from one to torn, weighs about tvele stJiii, will ti.ko , ni. iii. ( itl n ion v. r iiy I ,i mi li ni tit's II i iij,. ii" i il itn i ( the latter, tiny Scripture two men tjpio-en- t nl Mince uCii'i lopntl l"ii '!" koI 4 ".iilil ,cjuis3d up hoi iiughbur a cu'inhrj; old cioiw MM transfer' it to table; it is iieatly iiuu "xki- - toother" stui.iv t it, . iIih n l.-- . 0.1,000 In Iimi iiiin, ill) iiiln; riy Ii ' magician pni ted with his and m nt last the and acquainted her with the stranger ' text cards, nnd baby valentines. fitted with a on'o, nnd four small whetds to uora TME MO'T Til' IN SCHOLARSHIP. THE MOST rOMFREIIEhSIVE l"l cCOPL "Which aru your most poj t.lnr and profit fat ihtate its use to c cry guest tint incline Happily sho quickly On reaching lomoth.ilivk(tiuvU 13, nshli in) storious conquest THE VOST TRArTirAL IS INFORMATION. THE OST SYSTEMATIC IN ARRANOCMEKT. perceived tho nature c f the visitor on l hence nblo CRi'lsr" was asked nt tlie closo of tlio to p'ltta'io of It-- content nt tlie UihW wife mot him nt tho door, w Tl'f MOaT roMPLETF IN TOPICS THE MOST ATTRACTIVE IN APcEAHANCE. liad kept him out so Ion,;. ' oh," said he, was not long in drhin him nwny bj rnni visit. THE CHEAPEST IN PRICE. THE MOST CONVENItNT FOR Uat Tlio (ijpy I.ej;eiiil. Tlio muuagor smilod. "Tlie niulvst can!, "you shall quickly no Uiomuwof my d. cal charms; for had sho not dono so lib l ,Snlin'i Ijifl'iii A d'H I.ood AkosiIu uiiiia .t. 1 iinrll. nlm smldi ,., flljiKi'b jtagaslne lay;" ufter which word 1 n put tlm quern oi freffiicofhight?'hac. ffist the woman her the cheaper kind. Some yean, flguros will Ut SI., 'hu I111111II, 0. WMjILIM, J)()l)(SSOV S ").,rmiiil 7 v to tLo rage, then again luiidsenpes or ihigl lull gilisy told Mr ChaileitO. Im table, bidding it grind cvei y thing neces life. tho An sary for the Christmas fare. Ihiwifo, n for using ourreens on snys that nt this seuso.i of (Iorer. Aa n nilc, howevor, flower cards land the Tradition n'-I . t: J! O l" "I6t- But not the gorgeom nnd ChiUtmas. It is this. "Tho iyaud holly may lo imnglnod, stood thundertiuck, " tho year nil Kinds, of hidden treasure-- aio nro tho fuvoritx. J -. :- a' . 1 1 II W nnd out llower nnd piue-tro- o w onl w hero our rk'A never told a. watching tno queiu grind tut daintle spe ially revealed to mankind, in connection stately suciiiions. ; j -- , ; enough to Inst till Twelfth Day. When, how with which beliof tho following tnlo cards in wis. Tho dnlslos, tho pausies tlio Kuviour was hiding Himttif, nnd so they ftw, on Christina' U quoted: Between Christina Day and dnudolioiH, tho buttorcup?, nro sold Thosa keop nlive nil winter, nud look grien nil tlu "' over, tho rich brother Li "r S 'B;or-so-"3i1lf-- ; -tuo nto tlio iluwors which touch tho heart. There year. But tho nsh, like tlio oak, told of Hint the Day, nil that was on the table, lu was vei festival of tho Kplplianj, " 5a;5ss?xi3. Divinity comes down from Is connected with thorn sumo universal ronti-men- whon Ho was hiding, so 11 ey have to remain envious nnd raid, "whence huvojou got nil . t 3 ; Tho conservatory btnutios of tho set dead through tho winter. And so wo gypsiei from lleaon in order to wnudoii about the this wealth!" ,, .. r sssvlKiM 'feolrt:'" 0. . c " kfud h court t ho eye w ith lesi succors. So n cottago always burn nn ash Hro cveiy (Jrcnt Day." 5 1 For some timo tho poor brother refused tc earth; on whloh account labor of. any Ia J qh tho hillside, itu lonely snioka curling upfctelljibut in tho courw of tlw .dnyU rejoicing r.ccountod wrongs At miinight, nlo, on ward, will outMill tho uioit luxurious pnlaco Yf Crytiteinas day on Thursday be, hoaienly doo ho incautiously unto out the history of the each of thoto foitlvnl-i- , Intel ior. s s A windy wyntyr t shnllo'yeo magic ijueiii, which his brother ultinmtelj aro tin own opn; tho radiant i calms of years ago, tno wifo or our Uf wv ndos mid wodersnll iviccked, Ton in which tho sun dwells discloo their ' $:XX. lieforo long, however, lit bought for lioudon aecnt suggested to him to order ynd hnrde tomjiostcs ticasuros tho tatcrs of springs 'and nvnn Chi istmas cards ft om us for Lngland, whero 'i l0 SOmcr shalbe goodstrongo nnd thycko, found that it kept on grinding, and and dryo, to hli Lecomo animated, turn Into wine and locoivo 'ihu custom for their uso originated. 1 ha O.-nynryl Iw.tos shall niultynlye; nlairned wns ho that ho resold it . HTZXTsl "ii, U"iiiB:r n healing elllcacy; tho trees put foith onro becnuio tho lage nil Jlnt vero vs cood Ionucsto tvltlio: Ameiicnii cards nt for tho samo mon3y that pun golden fruits ripen upon their over Uuglaud, and tho following year wii (II.irlei.iii MS., 15th century, chased it. satjtoii l ,m m introducoi them at homo with equal success. '' "STi-- a tJ IssssssssssssssssssssssssIbsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssI C H lAs bofor?. 'it soon brought rejio'sedlpros- - boughW n -- ! for goomotricnl spldur icrohwl lu tho -fwrlty to thopoor brothernwhichciuibloJ Victor Hugo: Little Incidents are, so to wjjcrot nis web und mounted on ilushit Thojoul hulpi tho body, and at certain bun toJjuyfTgoldeii Jiouie, thoramo whereof mornontsiip1ifts it. It is tho only bird speak, tho follago of great evenU, and nro tho newest prcnd far and wide, nnd attracted stranger! which sustains its case. of historv. lest in tho distance J from all pnrti. So ono day a strnnger'cami ftw-SattHnittrioriirpl 1 I -1 , ' M'ROBERTS&STAGG Hi t rajcr, It 1 Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky,, If" , ' ke-surod Iargo-bs.nde- 0 f jMf & WM iatw PHARMACISTS, Gh r yule-bucks- ," - t &: owrrsVvr'WK ni. pF f JEWELERS- gar-mee- stoue-writinx- ," Cbromo-Iltho-raph- y OUBL II d LADIES', MISSES CHILDREN'S ht folk-tale- 4 "Hu-bubb- nom-mone- y Chriit-masjtim- - FINE KID ANB AA -D k no: ,In V l spot-hill- y SHOES BE Vsjj well-know- n song-lioo- h f CAN m EXCELED ! folk-tale- s. s oof-boo- k TRY A PAIR STAZffFORX!, KIT. of mvj:k i i I stir-'pris- d GEO. H. BBUCE & CO mh Yr flPI PR i i I d 1 k j jwr-son- K:()VLi:i(ai:. i I""1 i - 1 "oiT-ssU- tji i '. i i 1 i rin o - 1 nen-bor- n t. WlS' Il Fi Tar-udh- o iI "-- s if &5.a gE55a pen-wipj- r. I HOuBllMMMflhMMWWUI jj Stim-M- . tchlp nterioronrnal CHRISTMAS. OP m ft asA a f J j'i A MERRY THE BIRTH COMMEMORATING CHRISTENDOM. Mr, llonana. OChrlitmnsltrcfcomo to thy liappy rolga, Thti Vp And Dairai ef HI Life A flfory Million Wont. Ami nil tlie social rlrttiot in thy ti aln ; Jf (New Yorkdwphl&l llio C'ntnbrlnn harper hall thy festal tlrne, With sportive mefoly hml nrtlesj rhyme ;""" Unlike tho banli rrlio fluug in days of old. And nil tho Rends of tradition told j ' jn-y- ir In Uothlc cnstlos clicked with lmnnorr gny, jxt : At solemn festivals tboy poured the lay;, -Their poor descendant wanders through tin 1 Carlftmaa l- - jMn T j-- Zj11 ?.li f"rT' hi Xr, I ' ' . "ja " .i I : m -- 1 ' "For IlrlioM, I Ilrlnr liB "ou ftlail "' 'rrnl .103-- "Wlilrli In nil (lie lull Tld- - lr 'rnplr " And gn'r f 'Icomo by III artless tnlci; Ho find s in ovcry htimblo cot And hu.i'. .ty in every pot; 'Tl now 'ie tilt tho sprightly hnrp r OUIlJ, vnlr. f " r&. .jnr Zzt A ffi r irur Abmw. i9Tfl t&rr.iiii jfe 1LIMY ii S ' .. iT I a. i JIISBTiW ri&- ' t ;jui.-- j TH n!aWiilentj the hours with rowned, ftVudknovrillio any doni. stlc Joyelwolprove, 'Tho stnfioi of peace, festivity nnuMove? Christmas! nelcome 10 my juuismsm reign. Aml.nUltho octal vlrtuoi ltQ8ySrSn-KCompanion lliteulnj to tho tolootfgTlarh WhosejWi the child of sorrow wfthlrellif, Ann" muse with nnlmntlng ahf. Ooitnii. mirth nnd cordial tympathy. jToMMmj Ky(iwiLi ifp&5ft 1Rr PRESENTS .2 Hil ery VTt,u (liililmai Irtftli Nigh. .f I '' w ' - 1W13 HAVE THEM -- JBS rSi mS Tnr. cnitnnEV thimk 018IIS A I.N tiiky iibah ovixoui THE CniMXEY TO- Hint for Ctirl.ttnai Cnltectlom. iur KATIVITT. ft 1 S -- J tx: if v?. tVfitt- - ITexai .Slftlnga.1 Col. Yerger, th Itcv. Whangdoo- dlo liaxter cm Auitin avenue, asked him: "Wo nm goln' right ahead, sah.' 8lnw wo has quit possln' de hat we has taken hi lota ob money. Der kerlecshuns has Increaiid wonderfully, nh, wondorfully." "I don't nnderitand how you can take up collections If you don't pan the hat." "vt e passes de plate now." "Well, that's tho tamo thing as passing the hat, hrn't Itl" "No, sah, bit ain't de sniuo thing. Deacon WclmUr passed de hat for raoah dan a yoar, aud de kerlccthuns was mighty small; but now I paaaes de plate jnywj'f, nnd de money just rolls in. Do plato am much wore lello-bl- a dan do bat." -- Vllow Is your congregation coining our PLEASE EVERY O.NEv -- prom painting by Raphael,' Tha Birth of Cnrltt. Version Uike II. IS. $$w It caine to rasa In those daya .Uiera went out a decre from Cawar Augustus thnt nil tho world should be enrolled. Thli was the first enrollment made when Quirl-uiun- Rlrd BOTH IN governor of Hyrln,- - And (ailment i nr lo enrol inenrniriaia varyn ' city. "AiH "JSieph asp went, up from Galilee, cut'"ef fee 'ettyof Ka'tareth, intc Judn to tho crcy of DftTld, which It called nfthUkom, bacatasc h wu of the bout and family of DavU, to enrol blmsall with Mary, wfao wu betroUed to Mm, being And It came to past, Croat with child. "How bat." A l "Deacon AVebster pot thntf .. QUALITY & PRICE; . -- tar in da top OKI. ob bh r AND THINK rroTohlns Chrlitniaa V that an iaolibdllTr4. Andake aon; and tie Itruusht forth her flrat-bor- n wrapfwd hint In awaddllni; clcthea, aad UJdJ Un In a maafor, bvoaww uro wu o room for tbem In tha inn. And tber wera ahephenli lu the aamr country abiding In the fUU, and keonlns watch by nltt over thalr flock. And an ftngl of tho Ixrd atowl by thaui, aud ihc tha, I lory of nor Iord (bone round the the in t aoro afraid. And anvcl a&d they ald unto tUm, IWuol araid; far bnboVi 1 you good tldlnxol (roat jjt which bria hall be to all the proide, for -.- ore le born to you thU day In tho city of David n Sarteur, wbloh U ChrUt the Lord.- - Aad til li tho i(n unto you; Ye ahall find a babe wrnpped In waddling clothes,, aud Ilntf In a manger And auddanly there Va with the angtl a multitude. of., the yi"t. heavenly boat praUlng (rud, and Glory to OoJ In tho hlghett, ami on earth among men In whom ho i well peac filled stfefta tfaey wen Uer. tk &j wr, f3 r 5s WKAiurm . a ntnrrTCAL ntowS', wiui.t "' '4 TUK K0.1 WBARXTII A VIXXD kWILK. It will Be. to Your Jlnter- est to See Our Goods1 w r . atat ple&erd. ChrUtnaa In Purltaalea! Ttoiea. .lint ltrforo ChrUtiiia.j lt Younz lndlnj who hnvo (juarrelled their young men will try to make up. The young men menially hopo they won't lacoood in their endcavora. Kren bankcaihlen nnd plnmtMr nnxlouily to ee If theyfnD ezauttno their flnnnc item Ue bolldayo. Society young men dream if receNIni watch pocket, nccktlej, alippvrt, and m forth, from their ulrla. While they ara expocted to glre in retunf, ringe, Jewel canot, toilot acta ami urn monnUxl photograph nlbum. Toe Bunday.chool all thow n greatly In. created attendance Tho women. worry themielTeaiickln.try Ing to koep.eocrot 'tnV factl?ttther7aro smoking fa'P o making a dreulng-gdw, but mark foncotna one... Uxen ClirUtmm Valla ouVTIiti'riilay. tHaiblan'MS Fiftrenth Centitri f Yf C'ryatcmoj day on Tnuraday A wrndy wynter ye aballo aeo. PVBMaV Of wyndea and wedeni all wreckal, ktntng and thycke. And harde and drye, Tho aomer hnll lw Corny and beita khnll multyplye, Ihatycre y goil lomle to tylle. An J kyngw undpryncv ahall dye by tfryllo. BEFOIIK MAKING TOUR 8ELE3TION.i ! k.1 1-- 1 J if ' TLargesnd OheapfetjLie -u- i-vaiiLutJs, t r l, I litft mmvimsm!; , . : . -- J.rr TIT r. i " eign Fruits 3E5rar SBroiiglit to JStnlTo2rca. W w iNuts anau? . I OE3 -a - W CP SVOK-I.NC- TO THE IKX WHO HAS JVST OIVE BRIGHT & OURRAN: l ), - teint tr T9 aBl 4txwn.vakSjai 1 AMien i;nglHinl wm Mri-r- Knslarid. K1 ClirUtiuaa Drcciratlnnt, t s 'Vt i 'J ( r un IIKIir. TAKING 1IIH KATIIKB A riLORIM (IIIAMH I'lUlHIU HON TO HUE 1IIK TIIEAT. KATIIKIt'H onAVK AH A CliniSTMA 1 Presents tor your Mother-i- n law at Bourne's, England was Merry Englaud when Old Christmas brought bis sports ngrdn. Presents for your Grnnmammy at Bourne's 'Twas Christmas brocched the mightiest nil; Presents for yonr Gal at Bourne's, f 'Twm Christmas told tho merriest tale; A Chrlstmns gambol oft could cheer Presents for your Fellow at Bourne's. The poor man's heart through half the year. A HAi PnlOntO r.at trnilF TT'tlfitlfl tsf TtAlirnA'a "ssf it 9, sHBThe Old Story. Presents for your Sister, Father, Mother-- ? vervbodv. t H- mi,. On Clulstmas morn tho huiband Is surprised with n beautiful gold w a tell mid Toilet Cases at Bourne's. Toilet Sets at BourLt chniu, a gilt from his wife. Tho nest week bo U equally surprhxl (in Nail SeU at Bourne's. Baby Sets at Bourne'i an invcrto rntlo) at receiving a bill for simo Odor Cases at Bourne's. Christmas Cards at' Bourse'?. from tbe jewoler. Answer to n Correspondent, I Oo-ld- Sir Wafler Scott f b ' Life. . Writing Desks at Bourne's. Fine bok9 at Bourne's. ?,- a Dolls at Bourse's." vm Anything you want at Bourse's. ; V . 4 : Yes, Xmas is the tlmo when J.y vtock kings aro bung. Uourne is tho Friend of tuo Uittolaker in,fact ?,M,- wfX '"mi"'" H suakipeare. -- Mrtlllchrtn ftlablr. W I.nrWhm.1 And cradlivl there in the noentM hity, M't by the breath of In tho nlr mad J kinr. Tic little child In the mnuj;r Iny, The ohll I Ihnt would w king one ilny Of n kingdom not human, but dh I no. ;rron"ThrThrrKlnr,"iyll Ill III WaVV Ifartfonl i'ost: It sold thnt fSOO.OOO nrs annually ozponded In Christmas enrdi in tbts country. Thj ChrisiniM card for 10 cents bcnU i $5 Christmas pruiant all to flinders from the giver's standpoint, Is V Y Boureelia nlra llttla man. Bource Is a dandy Bourne tells the nlccit cooJa j, I jidu ictai luegimcn caoaj. ChrlMmaj .Music. - ?Wi f Ilia iiiolhor, Mary of Naznrrth, Sit watching lido hi plucoof Tin decking of churches, hmi'tes nnd aliope ii flow of lu 'Tenth, WiiUliliiR thv with cverKrcvni irinsa from n jwrlixl nuto-dii- r I'Yir the ji) of llfo and tliu trrnir of iloutli to tho (.'hrltitinti era I)urlnstli9 Kntttr-nnllWi r miiiKlnl toj;tlif r n iwr incnii to ornament their the ltomiuu un-And the niithir womleiwl and Iwwed her toiiiple aiii dwelling witii green IisiiUb. lirnil, When Chriitlnulty Invnino tho religion of A'xl nt b ft till an n itatue of ttoue; it i empire, in tho fourth century, the cu ytt eoniforlwl. Her boit m mm wim pretrial, and hhh jiutilled by tho lteiiKinl ir.nj ' rv il. mi tl lind until nUMs fruin tho aivount of tho ktiowln;; of (If r.u iiiIUa j ei;:ii hii of D.iviil'k throne. palm Liuiichc in tliu way iluring Christ' trmmphiil journey to .Icruulcm, nnd also shiiIh Inns In Our llnir. Tho from tits Jewish fo.iat of Tnbcrnncle. li.ir-Druids in Hnglnnd umhI to trim tholr houses with inlstlotoj aud other groon branches to propltlato tho wtnxl hplrits. Whviever Chriitlnnlty wont it found kudo such cuitom, aud lienco It una not strnugo that decornt Ins l. with overgreeur. at Chriitmni U nlmoet .NTHlJ fit )i nt, T?,, - V -- K,i - 't u Then go imracdiutoly and see BOURNE at the New Drug Store, nexUioor to Iliggtns, SrANronD, Ky. j - n W. H. HIGGINS, DEALER IN lnbll, 1 rpfe 'fnl x vwl Hurdwnrc, Iron, rfefr' "CimiSTMAS Shoes, Nails, Buggy IVhceln, Stores, HorHO T Mnolces, Bini. Qticensuare, Buggy TVIiips, Cane 31111s, Harness, Grates, Cider 211111m, Iap CoveM, Corn Sbellers, Collars, Stoneware, Groceries, Siuldles, - but wnnv IX)MM BUT Q.VCE A YEAH, rr COMES WU KNOW IT'S IIERK." hm&rh 't nut-lorsn- Ssslui I'.ilic, Not Clieqk. iJoc Howard, T- Oliver Chilled, Chamyion Steel Rutl Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden, and Cast Pumps, and tho Celebrated llayfield Elovator. Tin Hoof- in? and Guttonng will havo prompt attention. MeKlnneVt .'tti'Miiirt i ,''-- l'nr n rorlnlRtit ltrfiirn ClirNtiiui'i - T - - ; . ra.fti , t - . 1 iV jp "n.VA.K TAKK 111? c- - e- r- saBi MNTTI'.UNTII MK TI" TO THK ri.ortn, minky. ( IlllflllllllK 'I 1'ur llil wo nre Indebted to Oerinaiiy. It in Knglnnd until tho He lmvliig boon to It in hU childhood, introduced it nt Windsor imlneo for tho Kratiflcntlon o( lib children; and, of couno, It soon bocunie nil tha rage. Ooimau iiniiilRrnnU brought the cmtom to this country, nnd it hnsbeen mlnptfMl brio by tho peoplo of all iiatlonali-ties- . III. wnsulmo! unknown tlineof rrmcj Albsrt, n &$$ I'wiSS w :4s --s2 n ess ,. -- 'rsjl 4P I' n years igo 1 was sent to leport n lu Dr. Adams' cluirali. 1 wa lute, nnd so were .oMral otli-- r niw.apr inon, having been begun on Her thnu tho mhertUcd lioni. While the ether bos wera 1 took (IT .1. i Mtm .... .-j j 1.v.....iri Mlmt- tliv ui nlil ilo. - - nlsle, niv the hat and walked donu the lontro en-- 1 crowded t ini ut-ichurch lwhi ery front bench, nc.ty, ul found on th or j.v-- . I lolievo they call them, threa excellent seat. One of my nasoeintes suba-rp- ii ntly 'nld 1 1 me ! never wiw such 'cheek" in h.i life, whcieupon I gently rebuked him nnd tld him that, yonujrns 1 wns, experience had taught me thnt down townrd tho front of almost every nudleuc, congroga-tio- n cr UkMinblngo of any hind theio wni seat., nnd always sevornl unocoupiod in tho utilizing Hint, if Inlerest of the paper which pail nirt "Slnuy icr-jno- - -- o.t ctpe-rleiic- TUG TCIIKCY IS WEL.I, Kill). Jih Hilling: Tho infidel, ilonco, will Oik you to provo "Jolin," l'hlladolphla Chronicle-Heralwilil n riillndclpliin wife, "I Hiipposo wo will linvu turkey for Christum dinner." "Xo, denr," niw tho reply; ''wo cannot afford it.' "1 tin u ; lit not, but I'll mako tho iioighbora belle we luul. nI'll open ouo of tho lx(l. fow feather, nnd scnttei out lick, i them aiouirljhe,ynrd.yt TwonotoAKvos In history: Mother Kvi and Chrhtmne ove. d; did occur, when tho poor Idiot himself knut oven prove, lo tnvo his life, what makes ona npplo bwcet and ono sour, or tell will n lion'i orb It wlilto end a dnk's oss blue. in lit Iinpii. that tho flood W rri. mo 'I 'flp til . "cheek," thon I was quite content to rest under tha Imputation of bslng clweky. K pcrlenco in this lino is jmt na valuable, sa far as tin lino Kwi, as In nuy other Hum of If it is ibslrublo toi;3t lifo an oeiupitioii n good plnco ami you know, by previous ob sorvntlon, tli.it thoro probably aro places toward tho front, isn't U rathorMivoIr fain?, than chojk, to go dlra;t to tho "i'aco yu dosirel It seonis to mj so. 1 nnd my work could be cnlled Is better than "betraying aboy." While "the betrayer of a boy" can have nothing but a selfish motive, the worker of the Clothing men is by no means selfish. He came here to sell Clothing, and not to play tricks; and although he admits of having been downed, he does not propose to leave town till the Clothing men of Stanford hollow murder and plead for mercy: Troy Timet: What lo r:lvo liurclinnl Tho Cui ivnt: Is tho Dotnopr.v goln forCbtlttmnil o WaSkV f K'WVffi ... Fm2 Thlb will bo n very bud ttoriudoiiH nru U'ln built a littlo further tut ou theiddov.-.-ilk- t thnu muni. i ..it irnjnriry vcio in inror o;mitaxation or Mtircli piojcity In Waiblngtozi territory was 'j.rar. ... Now tho nuntinl doll epidemic has brkeu out, dolls mo ovorynhoro, but why nro thoy all bloudot Can wo not linyo a brown, beauty occasloiv halrod or ckostnut curio ally r nnyth'ug to break tho monotony. 1 i Victor Hugo: Ho who haiwen tho women only, has wen nothing; ho must of Ami if tho good people of Stanford will appreciate good treatment nnd low prices, I will stay here; and I will assure you that If you will give tno ..your patronage I will mako their knees weaker than mine wcro when 2.Vphqta were firtd after me. Corao aud seo mo and you will find that I am not "to luullyl, f" misery injured thnt I can not treat you right. : uo h inUorv of ciHdl"rJ Itf exi door io Firsn&2?s Xffat. Banlx. h .&?- - - COMPETITION DISMAYED PANIC IN THEIR RANKS! Great Holiday Sale of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Clothing, Blankets, Cloaks, Shawls, Trunks, Valises and Useful Novelties Suitable for Holiday Presents, at prices a mere trifle of those charged for same class of goods elsewhere. Everybody CO., S. la. POWERS invited. Don't fail to see burCheap Table. Originators and Promoters of Low Prices for all the People. ' mmSracekyntcriorlourxil Stafford, Ky., - December 23, 1884 Tli Powers Would do me much good, t bell re; Bat I hare aa engagement i tee, And cahnot rerr well leave." TE4 yon Gos 188S. -- Toang Mas and the maa cried; "You LiTtajratoo HopkUu.) ro o1d,NTurkr Gobbler," the young Gbelr. Hie flesh eaust bo terribly touch. Yet they'll coak you for dinner, "Tour Hvlftt afVollr. Til bet-D- on't you think that exceedingly roughT iSJM. "1 am no louger young, I admit," said the Hustonville, Ky,( 111 A, flfTF L. X!jr:JrJMi XL HARPER'S MAGAZINE ILIiVATMAlKB. With tb new volume, beslaalnj la Decsnrr, Harper's Msxjilne will comlud lis thlrty-lft- o year The oldest perlodlral of In it T,t la each dsw tolarot a new M.sln, not simply and new pictunw, but also aadehlsrly m suae It sl4llv 4vseiB la tb. rwuc-- l Itaelf f ore tb fff?I.,.h,fx4B.boa"u faithful mirror of curoat tile a4 moretBtmt. LMJIoitMiurrala lb ttiMiT ISM an: Mw sHslaTjls bj raej-ras- r WeeUae tp, 1833. Your landlady agree) "Yet rotaeaber cott but a rtlUIn'; 1 fowl, thought (and with her I 811in'.n Headquarters for Santa Claus Supplies. f GaII mmI ExRHlitj ' rfraatfer That cotutderlng the price I'd be atltltd "At th W. D. HowsJUB bv1 JUd oirWptlv lUrutn- - l)v:" Juit About This Season Abbey. II. Ulbeea. aad other; (toidsrallh' "4m Sloops te conquer." lllojlratJ by AlUsy: IssMt- - Havini just tfis Citywith thi UrMet Stock HARPER'S PERIODICALS, f Jiwtlry, ArtrtU' Mtterialt. Fancy and Plain Statianiry, I'KRTL'AP.. Musical .hwtettnuntt, QinfectioneriQs nd everything in the Ilirptr's . ntVMi ffm L.nitfXmasTrix, I IbtIIo e then. PrlcsM Lower tfcaa llarpr'i l Harptr1 Hsrpsr's rU.. Hrp's rruklla eV,rtUhrrT, Yoaoi Vrklyn. HAr lUtuln:.j. .. ... MM 4 Z M 60 AND STIIX 8HS CLAtMS IT IS JCST WHAT en ULBJ fTttXWD WAirriD. YEAB OUR fART AKD ALOKE. JOHNSON'S raiNoa iroCKiwo nuxo soli OBTREB WITH BUT THIS arx alt- TCAJt - DIFFERENT TIUIND 00B man cried. As be smashed In tb coop with an axe, Whereupon for a healthier neighborhood Tha old turkey gobbler made tracks? "I'll break your eogagemeut," the young foaawK. Tlio Turkey IlsUBo. J Li GHA) "1 "There'll be turkey fordlnner," the boarders all cried. TI1K rUMrKIN WINKS AT THE But, alas! tbey were greatly mistaken, "You are old as the hilt," the young man For the landlady brought in that Christmas day remarked, The usual liver aad bacon! "And I fear you are not very fat. Though they're fed you on pumpkin eeedi now for a month-P- ray 3nD Liability what will you answer to that!' M. COOK J.Huston.vilie, f Ky, , Queens ware and a Full Supply of Fancy Groceries, Candies. Nuts, &c. T- Stats sad Caas da. numterslor Juo m lime I. Thi i last tMMtfcAliI rwUf rrMteaU sabicitbcr Us'irln kuooot; ..w.. jtu a. la lb begla ol wl h ,488 l9m Ualtsja TB.volarac.Mh. When and Dmbr will U TilJSii J, lro oVml-aaau- al Volumes or Manx fsKn( QW K.HH(H( .y wuiaj m Iltlral and Vlmltl lor Telume Imm June, UJO, lo IJM, I vulllM.clot" KmtStmM, lUmltUare sbouht be MoB.y OMM or Vnh, t avoid rbaaL Ju. ' S0rt Nrt t "I 1 am no very fat you're hit It again; In truth I'm as lean as a liuard, For some chronic complaint,, with a long Latin name, U eating away my lizard. -- Yert Smy(c Dealer in Groceries, Hard-- ' 188Sr HARPER'S V7EEELY, ware, Glassware, Addrti f without lb iprMrdr HARPER A aJrT W,J?iwTftTrt itW IIXUMTIIATJED. mm Tantalizing. i.:1:: i ...,VH tHV raiug luuiirataii a wtz main b.V ? .,f,,0,u,ln rr attrtlooVunVi.aiW .mtracln c.plt.l n W llluV- - li eluding the enurlslnlng sbort ,torlss.Vo.ily .'fr.nC ,0,D LipMitlou N, "d lOUlb orlB. i right on dkii "ir TROW, ivories Dos' turt DURE WON' dm DROWN, BE BRUDDEU NO UKIUlIf vau'ltS CKISMIS aAouV is Mr Qiye Him a Clwistmass Call ifrK ilrsTv, HABPER'8 - 1S&. cools.. Hixwtorfvili. Jo"f;l. nllrelyfre Hsrpsr." Weekly.. Harper's Magailo fTom bj"tion.U. ""- -' "? ica rasa. PERIODICALS, too 4 The Happlne or Iii.hntry. Hsrii's 'SDtoa S?o HlOM YOU.SO SHOULD DEARD ILMH itllll PIS i n all euro' pr Dotif gf nitr aftir tnatf tntaK ana not laiirevy Stable Thoao Wishing Flrst-Olas- ! MONEY crlrs Harper's Voung Peepte Dsir... 4 00 00 Gan be Made m ,,,. lUrpvr'aFnakllaequart , Ubrarj , 2 00 one .. . s Crraturr corn trringt outs Turn- FLEDQKLINO's CURL. "Kill nAVE KNOWN I HAVEN'T ANY AS YET." SLljat hanUPlr bvr i iiiousr feitrinountft a pnisliitprr Should call on D. S. CARPENTER at bis Livery, eisle and Feed stable. Livery run In connection with the Wealherford Home 401-- D. S.CAHI'KSTfUt, Uuitonrille, Ky. pcfprt in "Yourgirzard! good gracious! don't say r, rcil)lc0 by Jove!" )ii purtfr on pf slvc. Tho youth in dismay fairly roared; "Why, that Is the part sure to fall to my lot. Gael) pouelj in v CClalf tte )t carts U'hau, as now, I'm behind with mv board! fuller tfcannco. lio rfiiifh Alnitlltr "I am sorry for that," replied the old fowl tl ii ett ttto "I assure you 'tis no fault of mine; " luljat cast) 'bt on Ijano. But I 'pov If you choose to prefer some Li'abilitDst so mutclj aittw so thing eUe, Twill bo" easy enough to decline." ano so. JEljattf rc toap. to get at it . . . A Slltjpiiniptlato Christmas Tietent. . . . . 31'bf notljtng to patrrsaui. tif Livery Stable Livery, First-Clas- ! Foed, Sale and Training 8tablo. ! l0 -- By any man or woman, girl or bov who will oran-li- e club lor thnWKKKLl WORLD, thegrrat farm Tb volumes of lb Wvlkly begin with tb and home newipiprr ,romplst In all departments. nrit pumWer for Janu.rv ofescb year. When no tlm Attents paid Iks for at l 111 fich 12i wMu leiaenlloneJIIwlll b under.loil the laid, fvrSuiuUcrltrs. 112, br M subicilheis, 16 WUU ,h' fur 1.1 (iibMrlliers, ii, for lu siibKriben, K, for 5 suMcrllen. II. W,yl"n,ne.re.of.:i,J,n7.,Uw,lr,, Agents wanted In rery town and Tillage simple copies free for tuem lproT,dr,lTb freight doesexpre.i free ol TxvtaJ IVURLI) It th Latioer Democ-all- c THE not excee--l News. w ' .,?1..'.,lh',.VDL00'. EtttT Damocrai should reid ume) for I" per tolume Cloth rae 1, reach volume, suitable : P,";. ' "ulWekly, U, buaday, l 30, bind. ,cut bjr m" l""l'-l'- l " re.'elpt of year Hekly, Jl "eta ailtaorVaM'" ,l,e,b, e,M. jnr, mmishih ... IQ gg "" UOH. rfleVlpoVordT" n.poiaipald,orby - rnd tf iTli fi " ,,u fr s Turnouts Furulahod JOI-- Jt a. .11. fMVKXS, I'ra'r. Iluiloiivllle, Ky. I TJR.Y IT. Intcior yer .".1' wona.i vyi.y'iyr.yr Wo w ey ' dul, ,h ibebcMi.Wft-i.Kt- r Wiekly World one should be made by or Drali, to avoid ebaure PoitoflheMooer of lo,f, ewipjpersare not lo copy ibis alettlaeiieni without tn, uiirm order 01 II., ,A AdJien HARPER A BROTHklW, New Yo7k IJemltlance .. lor Dd , 1831 TH,: I'TIVATOB Tilt: REST OK THE W p. WALTON.SUnford. Ky g85 ! clirlu Veranda Hotel. MoKINNEY. KY. I am proprietor of the ahore Hotel aud do nil in my power to make It "' COUNTRY GENTLEMAN iror)r caslj A STREET URCHIN'S CUIIISTMAI TREK. c" SStf ..' ft... - Tioabovoscena win wittmiid in thuoarly "niornfns In front of tliu residence of a tial! Jniovwi mail y king u a itloii"f uroiio of our lurR i.tio, a iu.-itiad- t chin, seeing udiscaiil-- 1 rortij-- i f a tilth oral tree, liad conceived tu la d.e rating It with all the nvailal l ar'l Us thr noighborlng ash barrel ani guttus could furnish. Tlioro was not in that great city a lighter or huppier heart, probably, than that expresed in tho countonatiM of thU poor, raggod littlo goul, and the reason wai that tho troo ting tho product of bis own hmidlivork. Lot tho boys hunt and aacuro the ovcrgroens and decorats tha homoj; let Lho Klrli mako tha doll clothe and help with tho pantry and houwwork, and mo if tho haouinoiH of tho Curiitniafl festival U not crcat iY ennnncva or Doin? ti.u.. Inter Ocoan: As Thanlcaglvinjr la the of tho old folks, CbrUtmaJ Is tho anniversary of tho younp, and ho who it as ho should, bo who can bo a child again jut for ono day, will find tho boon that tho 'world liai always sought for, and drink, nt loast oue drop from tha cup tha an clente caUod Nopeuthe, and have a fragment ot hU youth restored. annJ-vcriacele-bratry T film Cap 13ttt a botnrsinanc ycnsiDtptr-- :ijrrcf a luanncufi( a soniistirtftf lopr 'bt inurstro in Oolys AOBICUITIIK.tLlVKKKLH:.s I ton irlannclsmoutfc tour." STRICTLY PIBST.CLA8S. Commercial Men will Find it by Far the Best Hotel in McKinncy. JBkTH E ONLY TRUB . I fl faraUwv loohc CClIjvlff br sfcarcljrflf vf bcptlju vif tljnt tflamit pocl?fttc;boohr. Buck ten's Arnica Salve The best Sslre in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulwri, Salt Rnsuui, Ferer Sores, Tetter, ChsppeJ HsnJs, Cbllblalni, Cores, and sll Bkln Eruptions sod posltliely cures Piles, or no py I lsgusrntee.Uo glre perfest sitlsfsc-tlo- i ornic'jrreluuJed. Prlcn 25 cents pe' bo tor islet rsloi Pennr. An Editor's Tribute. Tberon P. Keater, editor of the Tort Wayne (Indians) Gat'lle, writes: "For the put life yesrs A DIDLF. TO THE PASTOR WHO ALREADY HA Dlkcotery, for Dr. King's Ke hate slwsys ONE FOR EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK. coughs of the most severe cbarscter, as well as lor to effect a "You ore old, you aro tough, you aro sickly those of a wilder typs. Ittonever fillslure whom I peedr cure. My Irlends bos Id m ; It speak of It In the same high terms. HavYour lot my compassion doth move; every cough that I bsve Don't you think," saM tho youth, "that a ing been cured by It of had for five years, I consider It the only reliable change-- of scene and sure cure for Coughs, Colls, etc." Call at Your condition would greatly Improver Tate & Penny's Drug store and get a Free Trial "I acknowledge the corn, bub; a chanze ol Bottle. Lsrgealiell. . . . fiSjT SaagJII 1E3L B The C'ouotrT f.entlemin Is the ludlni Agriculture In amount i.rictl. ral ion enu, n extent and ability of rorriiwa" deuce In ,,ua Ity ol paper and ,t, e p," Ion, II octuple the tint hellUwi h.,.M superior In eitherrank. Ills ,hl!rSlf of the three 0! AmerUan Vi i'iii JI !' ! VroiH mm Prices to Suit tho Times. 4012t J). N.JOXliS, I'ra'r "1 ! WllnBI Dr. Hatter's v Ton::--, ""rttcitlturvX'lrttlt.Urmriiiu, I.trr.stoclt atul Ihiiiulnin while It Inrlu hi ill minrr K,KVudCJ,i,,,,the ,.,",l,r-- l'rovvHNOH, t Uri1' tWoiUw St. Louis Air Lino FACTS RECAflOIHQ Tho Popular, Short and Quick Lino m WEST! Addres ud For Tickets AFull Particulars recoui-mend- Will R Williams A?a88orittor Auont, nustonvillci - - - Kcufucky. - iff' nurlrv.nil enrich tho BLOOD, roiuljla the LIVER and KIDNEYS, ami ltljTOH. Till HEALTH nndVIOOKof YOUTIIt Inall Ihoio inicieii jumi', aisciKuireiiiilrlncactrialiiaiiii Aplu'l'.Ki.lnJUet. iei tally lhilipiiU.Vuiitol lion, Latk r hlrcimlh, utclu me Is markvil with liiitnoilUtu anil voniltrilil lenilli. Ilonca, luuirlii and iirrres ici' Ito mtv li rcc. Clllltcm Ihu nilncl and suppllis llraln I'unrr. a A silerlns; Jrtjm all complaints peiull.irtotlicltioxvrlllflnUtu K. HARTERTS IBON TONIO a rule mid iptoly cure. It elves a li nr anil heallhy complexion. Tlio stroncrsi leMlinoii) in lliu taluo of Illi. IlAHTKii I110.S Ionil Is lliat frviiuutitatlciupti at counterfvlllnc I d.c only uildt'U to the popular Ity of tb orlulmil. If joit caruuillydoslru health nouoi experiinvni-Keiii- ie uiiiui.iuauuii jour aatiM 10 im ur. nimi nm (H. juo,ror our -- iituuuu auu&," traoetaod owlul loljrmatlon, On. HAmxn's I noN Tonio is for 8ak at au noiuvmts ano nrAicRa pwrnrtiuf n. IUmtIs are tiiiii.ually complete, and lis much U Wld to the prospects ol the crops; atten ni throwing gh uron ono of the most lm,w anl of (ion- s- le;Wo7yan.f IPaenVi It liber, erallv Illustrated, and I. IntendcltJ uii Is in a lonlfnuslly Increasing decree, and In tfie seuseoribe term, a ryoftbrtnewsoftheweek. ilsrket lst LIVEAGRICTJlVrTTnAT. li!,ihlluihiU,,.n,rjp when Vltrnrj ""'""an In Vdv'anVe" :" his ien ,.,',. niCC A 1 One year, il.M); lour coplci, o, Yu aJX'ilnr.,1 ropy for tho year free to the g,Xr of rlu iJ, copies, iso, and an additional free to the sender ol the club, copr ,r the yer .a.d'.lrlc.iy Zf SiUwr:iMlr,1T wB,,te copies free. lr.. i.' wiffirhrVr SjKMlmen M-Wr'- f: ft '"i.'.'!; isss, IVTIIElt TVCKKK rf Addrew qo, Puhllih,,, Altwuy.N.Y1 Semt-?G8eeh- ln nf triorlranral December 23, 1884 TIME CARD. 4$ Dolus inouatrable, titxj Go rouceWabln itjrle. TO B Fabcjt Cfala 8.8. Mjren. la T er 8ri.KNDlD JJjnanaa, Orange, Lcmnna, Cocoanuta, Ac, very cheap at T. It. Wat-ton'ii Bur Dbuble Numbers. I a, The Stanford two excellent will-tepea- Interior Journal Stanford, Ky l.&N.LOCAL Mall 8. Mjm' branch houae on Ln-cartatreet forOjetera in bulk, celery, &c. iaaoed papsrs this week, i f M M A. njuiot'of chamber aora will be clooed oat at coat for thli week only. Bright A J Death.-- U. 8. Deputy Marehal J. VA and L. Brown died auddenly at London 8un- - ton next Tuesday. The Inter- Journal could be no, better paper Timet, were largct. t REMEMBER We are the Only House in Stanford thsit Manufacture Their Own Goods I ,. . Norn Tnealote li raleulated on standard time tliaei about 20 Minutes faster LOCAL NOTICES. 12 train golDg North................ ' 1 Boutb .... .... I Earn strain" Koutb...... " r. it. Curran, r. m. a.m Solar t'! fc Bl'Y your school booka from Tate & forty, Watciim and Jewelry repaired on ahort DOtico and warranted by Tate & Penny. A complete atock of jewelry, latrat etyle. Kockford watches n apeclalty. Tate A Penny. A. J. of Dr. J. O. Carpenter. Mlf-- s PERSONAL. Flgil, of Mt. Vernon, la the guest fro m a Mahv Newland it back Tint to friend in Mercer. Mn. K "NY. Hocreii, the St. Joe Bank er, ia here for a few daya. Mn and Mm John Dinwiddik were the Rueata of Mr. and Mra. V. P. Tate lait week. Dn. P. M. Welch and wife returning from New Ycrk are at Col. W. G. Welch' for a few day a. Mimes Lj.ie and IIiioda Portman, who hare been attending Hamilton College, ate at home for the holidaya Mn. C. W. Metcalp, of the Jmaamlne Jonrtnt Cvuria; U the RUest of hi coualn, Lore Lillard, and Sunday they were villi-Infrienda here. Mn. W. 8. Uaphur, auditor of the Chareake and Ohio, waa here a day or two ago, i ijuarlnu up accounte with Agent V. B. McHoberU. Mb. John Finnell, a worthy citittn of Lnncaater, haa rented the Harris property for the ensuing year. He will move over here next week. Mrh. I.zi.u Lynam, ef Louiaville, asd her little daughter came up yeaterday to apend Chrlatmaa with her mother, Mra. 8 II. King and family. Mk. Hiham U. HiArrin renewing hia ubacription wrltea that he haa brought n farm of V't acrea near Liberty, Mo., which place la to l hi I'osloffice. Dm. JIawkik Bkown and Caahier J. the W. 1 locker, ol HuMonvllle, brared atorm to aee Little Barefoot and thought themaelvex well repaid. Mr. L. C. Alcorn, "Wink," of London, waa alao there. jr the name of the play that Carrie Stanley will present here Chrlatmaa TlirK.f! will sell Pirtlrslnn llrlrela tn night and it la aald to be very funny. H points from the 24th to New Year' at ,, . , PnoK. W. II,Bti,EY will give an exhibi- mu ceota per rune. tlon of the talents of bis colored acholara AKOTHEit cold wave ia bearing down on on the 30th. He baa 11W pnpila. us from the Xorthwct, the advance wind Kit iiMONi) Junction, otherwiae known of which had reached here laat night. as Rowland, haa a photographer now, Mr. Fon Kent. After January 1, the very Frank Cordler, wjio formerly beld forth dralrable atore room under the Interior here. Journal office. Addreaa W. P. Walton." It was reported at Parkavilte yeaterday, Come one and all and examine our line ao we learn from Mr. M. G. Neviaa, that of silk handkerchief which we are telling another. Rowaey had been killed, making at coat for Chiiatmaa. EJiniaton & Ow- e- the 11th to die with bis booti on, but careley. ful enquiry failed to corroborate the atory. You could not apend your Cbrialma The murcury crawled down to 2 degreea night more pleisantly or profitably than in below zero Friday morning and one gentle-muwilnesaing a good dramatic performance. who hung hia thermometer to a limb Carrie .Stanler ahould therefore have a where Win wind iiad lull piay at it, aaya gjod house next Thursday night. hia went' to H below. Some of the ice The iadiea of the Chriatian church are gatherer" were at work Saturday getting already at work on their Chrlatmaa Tree, gocd aolid chunks S inchea in thickneaa. which will have expanded into a thing Lancahtmi. L. I". Hubble sold yesterWedntaday cvenim; at G of beauty b day to J. J. Walker, 5 shares Citizens Nao'clock. Everybody and any denomination tional Bank at $112.60; 5 to Luther Glbbs are invited to uao the tree. at $112.75 am! 1 to same at $113 There were A KurrioiEMT number of youog Iadiea about ,'tOO'caltle on market and were sold and gentlemen having agreed to take part at 3 to 1 centa. A large number of tnnli s in the Masquerade or Fancy dreea Skating changed hande nt$65 to $100. The crowd Carnival, and it will bo beld at the Kink waa small and ytrj little business was transnext Friday night. Admiaaion to all ex- acted. cept the maakera 23 centa; they will be adThe Danville libune says: . "Miaa mitted free. Hughes, the lady who haa been confined to ia n "Vixen" comes Jo ua this of news) a a double number. The people of Lincoln county should be proud that they have such a man as W. P. Walton, He has been the life of that town for aeveral years. Somerset Telegraph; "Rough on ltt" clears out rati and mice. Mc. week (and brimful The Interior Journal ( I Consequently our Clothing is Reliable ! Our Trimmings and Making Wear and Give Satisfaction ! largest "Rough on Corns" for Corns anil Bunions. Ifc. Our experience as Clothiers covers a period of over 30 years and our repuThin people, "Wells' Uealth Itenewei" restorea tation for Reliable and Perfect-Fittin- p anil vigor, curea dyspepila. At. ft, health Garmonts is second to none. Our "Rough on Toothache" gtrea Instant relief. lBc. Factory is one of the in the United StateB and our Purchases in Ladles who wouU retain rrenhnetaand vivacity, Foreign and Domestic "Woolen's alone Exceed the Entire Retail Clothintr don't fall to try "Wells' Health Renawer." " Trade of this city. "Buchu-palbs. , great kidney and urlnrry cure. rats, mice cleared Fllc, roaches, ants, " THE GREAT CONSIGNMENT CLOTHING HOUSE, out by "Rough on IUli." 18c. "Rough on Coughs," troches, 18e; liquid, ?!c. For children, slow In development, puny and On Main Stroot, next door to tho Farmers National Bank, Stanford. delicate, use "Weill' lleslth Renewer." "Rough on Dentin" Tooth Towder. Trytt. 15c. N. Anj oneru-ch.Tlrgoods of ui Is entitle- - to a chsnee of draw.Dg a s: Citsin ere 5ul; drawNervous Weakness, Dyipepila, Sexual Detlllly ing tocomeeff January 1, 1SS3. Noemplojeolojr house It entitled to a ti ket. as we give the full cured by "Wells' Health ltenswer." II. teneSt toour customers. Mother .Swan's Worm Eyrup, for fevcrUhness, ( worms, constlpitlon; tasteless. 25c. 8tlnglng, Irritation, all Kidney and Urinary complaints cured by "Iluchu-palba.- " II. Night sweats, fever, chilli, malaria, dyipepila, cured by "Wells' Uealth Renewer." My huibsnd (writes a lady) Is three times the man since using "Wells' Uealth Renewer." f 1. If you are filling, broken, worn out and nervous, use "Wells' Health Renewer." II. Prevalence of Kidney complaint in America; s a quick, (ompleterure. SI. Dm hu-- j ," bed-bug- s, THE PEOPLE'S CLOTHIERS, B.-- K f ill X'XIJxliFwf ,!'' HEW ADVKUTlSEBESTr,. For You and Everybody Looking for W PICTURES !! BARGAINS FRANK CORDIER, One of tbe best PboUgraphera la Central Kentucky, bas located at UlchraonJ Junction and will make Lest Cab. Photos, at SI; Card Pbotos. 11.50 803-l- t por Uoen durlog tie Ilollilays. IN HOLIDAY GOODS AT- - Col. W. G. Welch eold 700 actea of land in Bockcaatle laat week belonging to the Pine Hill Coal Co , for SI .200 to Col. C Crooke. It originally cost $30,000 and) $10,000 had bten expended on it. The coal had ho aever been exhausted and the mining abandoned. I f keep Is still on band with a choice line of Cakes and Bread, fresh at all limes. Also a tresh line of op the delusion of Santa Claus with tbem TaOrso! all kinds. 1 am also prepared to do and fill their little stocking full with what-evAM orders for Icing and "online for customers. ornamenting executed at short notice. ia in their mean to supply. It uiakea J. T. II A II ItIS. their little hearts glad and gives them Than Ever Before OHered. Come aDd See n Grand Exposition of Holiday more real joy than they can ever experiRELIGIOUS. Novelties in Jewelry, Silverware, Xmas Books, Fancy Goods and Toj3. ence when mature years have come upon Don't fail to visit us and BUY while our itock is complete and be- The Melhodlat mitMtonary treasury la A (nesting of the Stockholders of the National them. If you are not able to give handin debt $Ht),405.20. . for the choicest Novelties are taken. Bank will t beld at tbelr flanking House tn some pnsenta, remember that it does not Rv. .Mr. Moflett, of Wincheater, Va , Uustonsllle on TUESDAY, JANUARY 1STU, take those to please the little onea alwayn, 1651, for tbe purpose of electing nine Dlractors to n lias accepted the call of the Southern We remember one Christmas while riding crsuln 4 year. s of serve lor tbe Church here for 401 over the rough Sewell Mountains of West i J. IT. lOCKEr, Casbier. hia time at S7U0 per year, lie will preach LOCAL MATTERS. Virginia, that the extreme cold caused us hia firat aermon on the first Sunday In the to stop at a miserable hut to warm our be new year. Boirne, Bourne, lljurnr. ' mimluil l?Mna Tn frfflran a nnv.rlv Evangelist Jonea, of the Christian See hia ad!! A meeting ot the stockholders of the l'lrit Naabode waa a little boy, and of bim we church, aaya it is a humiliating (act will W held at their tanking house In that tional Hank tbe sec jnd Tuesdsy in January. US', on tio to Warren A Mctcalfa fer Chrlatmaa aeked, "What did Kanla Claua bring you 13,000 Prfflyleriatm in Kentucky raise btanfordpurtoss ol elvctlog tlesen Directors to for tbe gooda. scrre the eniulnz rear. Hin little face brightened up twice aa much money laat night.'' to apread Presbyter!-anieJUIIN J MCROBERT3. Cashier. 4t0.td Finn worka of every description at and with a proud expression he replieJ, in Kentucky tlan 00,000 Dirciplta "Two great, bLj bWcuila." And he was ap- do to plunt primitive Chriatiantty. Bright A CurranV v Cakea parently aa happy aa a rich child would Ladies' Miaaionary Society of the Toys, Fancy Caudina, Frulu and A inectlngof the stockholders ef the Farmers been with a very costly toy. have f Warren Memorial chuich have cent two National Hank will be beld at thilr banking hsute in abundance at T. tt Walton's, In Ptsnferd on the sreond Tuesday tn January. A COLD, driving rain, which frcza aa faat large boxes of articles to B, B. Van Nuyr, ISM, for tho purpose of electing nine Directors to COME and ate our bit display of hall and ! ! serre the ensuing rear. " aa it fell on an inch or two of anow making missionary at Livingston, Ky , to be dia library Uihim. Bright v C';irrn. 4(XMd J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier. ttjhi id at the several atationa in that field the atreeta aa slick as the pile nf h bnld ! Lkinu all the ohiidren to ate the beau- headed man, greeted the debut of the to both parcnta and children. Courier-Journa- l. tiful Toys and Chriatniaa Trix generally, I "Little Barefoot Company" 8 iturday night, :; ! The woman' revival at Carlisle conyet disagreeable as it waa without, a good now have ojn. T. It Walton. ! ti A few crowd braved the storm and comfortably tinues with unabated interest. 1on't fail to go and ot S. S. Myers', filled the Opera Houae. Of course nobody night a;o while one of the lady preacher TOTAX-PAYEH- S OF LINCOLN CO.- -I will large atock and display of Chriitmaa good a exprctcd any great acting from a party of. waa ranking a canvaaa down the aisle for adTcitlseroraalea!) the real eUte that ths taies beat place in town to supply your the not paid only Jan. 6th, 1631, also tbe names amateurs, with lees than a week ofprepa convert ahe asked a man who he was for, areall delinquent tax iartrs that base not iuld by of wants. the surprise and 'gratification nnd he replied: ''For Jeaus." next ap lame time. lation, and jr. .v. yirxKFnr, s. 1. c. proachlog Lon Dallas, aeked him who he 401 ON the 2 lib and 26th and on theSlctand at the excellent character of the perform"Cleveland 21 the L A ance, may he characterized by the common, waa for, when he replied: January 1st good till January GO TO X. will well round trip ticketa to all point but faulty expreolon, 'a most agreeable and Hendricka." f Bourbon Newa. The Presbyterian Church was establishon ita road at one fare for the whole trip. Miai Lucy Barton was disappointment." a moat cburming "Little Barefoot." She ed aa a distinct body in Edinburgh, ScotDock Catep, th roung man charged Morelnnd, Kj'.s not only dressed and looked the part she land, December 3, 1557. It was the work with putting obatructiona on the Cincinnaassumed, but acted it In a manner worthy of no one man, although John Knox may ti Southern railroad track, waa held in $250 . of the highest praise. In the long and be considered oa one of the principal found-erato Circuit Court, failing to give security for The firat General Assembly of the I base a large stock of Dry floods, Notions, difficult role ahe did not make a blunder a Large Hoots and Shoes, which he went to jail. ner Church waa held at Edinburgh, December o( I'aucy (lro;crIe-ai- Hats aod Caps andI will sell itock and never loal her self possession, d V7TJ stick Ciodiei. lbs fjr In candy st 13' jCcn s, Granulated Sugar 12 The new Gold and Silver horna did not blende wig was very becoming and when 20, 1500. Tho Preabyterian Church II, N. O, fiiiKsr, 18 lbs fo- - SI and a eocd Brtlcle of Iliho-botGreen Ooll-- e 7! lbs to: Jl and all other goods sold nrrive in time ti do service at the enter- she dressed Up to become "William's" America waa organized in 16SS, at Md. at Itock llottom Fricts lor Casb. No goods sold felt like they on time. Come and see and price ruy goods before tainment, but they are here now and the bride, a romI many others buying elsewhere. Yours Hesnertfully. LAND, STOCK AND CROP. band boys are aa proud aa a child with a would have appreciated the little embrace II1. a. GHEES. 401 that he took. Miaa Faonie Reid, aH the well filled Christmar stocking. l Twehe Leghorn hena for aale. XT. O, AND vain and achimlng "Rae," acted her part I'ortman. gooda thia year Ouu atock of Cnriatmas The character ia not mca: excellently. -- O A. 8 wlneboard bought of Took Hub! will consist of novelties in China and Glaaa one which finds much sympathy with an ble 'J7 head of grade cattle at 4 centa. ware, Lamps, Ac, Xuta, Kaiaina, Orangea, audience and Mira Reid deserves great I have 44 jjood cotton mules ready for A Full and oouiplcte assorlineiiTof Ftirultnrc, cuibracJug ef-cr- yt Lemons, Grape, Ihnanas, and the tlneat ce lit for sustaining it ao well under ad m&rkrt for aale. Jamca A. Doty, near IiIiib from the Cheapest to the Finest Suites. 2V largest assortment if Candies and Ky. virc circumstances. We had no idea that go to the Iari;c cities to make purchases, uo matter need to KVALUAltLrTO ALM Warren A Met-alf- . so amiable a girl could do ao meanly. Miss brought mi tlii murkrt J. V. Duncan bought of J. II Duncan win b mailed w T what quantity ir quality you want, an I can and will duplicate nnn11fAntt B.C V ltLToUt ti nitIn ntictnmrnt nf laL YC&T 4BSK Betay Pennington made a superior old 'J'! mules 1 hand high at $100, and an DTul any prleen you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Also .Umst the Ladies of the Presbyterian lady. Aa "Mrs. Hempfarmer," ahe waa other party bought 11 2 year-olcrderlnnit. It contalna illustrations, prices, at $70. descriptions and directions for planting all a full nfcftoriiuent of CotllitH, Ca?es?, Shrouds and Kobcs, embrao church in their laudable etlorts to raise dignified and aelf.poaseased and acted eo fMonticfllo Signal. Vegetable and Klowcr SEKDS, lIL'r.lls, etc. Int; all the Nn Style, both cheap and expensive. U'are rooms funds for the improvement of their parson- naturally that one almost forgot she waa I have a pair of aged work mule, luj D.M. FERRY&CO.DEaT.Ra,T opposite Nt. Acaph Hotel, Stanibrd, Ky. age, by attending the Japanese Tea in Gee. acting. There is not a great deal in the handa high, well broke and bri'k, for aale I. Wearen's ware room thia evening. Oyim part of "Mrs. Peace," but Miai Sabra Call on John Green jor J. E. Caraon, rear 'i TAYLOR'S, . apt R fccif at ". Admission free. A Japanese cup invested it with a peculiar charm Crab Orchard, K7. W.T.Green. Co. and saucer will be given away with tci or and is the bride, her queenly beauty never Col. I Shelby Irvine, of thia county, Orrosmc CscaT-lIoi'S,wi" ESP wipie. M Refreshments 25 cent shorn with more resplendency. The minor cclTee for 25 centa. hr." nold to W. W. Adama. of Lexington, CHAMBERSBURO, PA. DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, arA great many Japanese additional. part of "Kate," "Ann," and "Moni" weri twotjnejicka one 15 handa 1 Inch high, Five Awards at the Lonisville Exposii Meals are Mrred at all bou s. flame always on ticle will be for aale alao. Uken respectively by Misses Daisy Burn-aidfor $1,110. and one 14 V handa high for hand and In Its season, oysters fresh tisti, ana simtion in 1883. acIn all styles and 011 short ilar delicacies serred Sue Raut and Sue Helm, and thev Klchmond Regiater. The L A X. hna put on sale here round JG00. KnE.nes from 2 to 250 horse power. 8aw Mills froir notice. Look out for the sign "Woodbine RestaufJ!C,M'USTCSCC A a ; xi tot lie Urzett standard sizes. Portable Cor& trip tickots to the New Orleans Exposition, quitted themselves handsomely. Of the Mr. Jamea Walker Givena, who ia at rant'' and call when you are hungry. Mills from the North Carolina Millstone Co., tbe Oy IT. JI.'lSOMIEIJIEIl Miaa., wrltea that be haa aold a 10 daya, at $21 50. Should these gentlemen aupport, Tom Hill, Jr, distingood for Lexington. Mills In the world for making weal for table Danville, Ky. use. Write for prices. Address tickets be used and an order for a rebate guished himself, He acted "William few horaea at fair prices, but that the cotpresented at the purchasing oflice within Peace" with a correctness and an ardor ton crop is abort and consequently a very GEO. D. WE.IREX, 15 days from the date of issue, $5 10 cents which showed that he had been through dull market exlata. , GENERAL ACT., . P. HAMTON,. for each ticket will be refunded, making portions of the same part ao many times If there la anything thinner than the As Agent of John Craig's estate, I will offer at Traveling A;tnt 8TA!fCBD, K he was perfectly corn crop it ia the varntah on the lid of a public auction ilf not sold prltately before) on euros am CAfca the round trip ticket but $10 40. There before with the atar thnt William Seyer- - pauper's coffin. Twenty buahela per acre MONDAY, JAMTAKY 5, ISS5, home in its rendition. are alao tickets on aale, fgood till next at e ance made a capital "Jemmy" with per- ia a big yield while many farmers will County Coutt day, In front of the June 1st, for $21 05. door In .Stanford, tbe Tract of Land containing haps a little disposition to overdo. Dr. W. have to purchase more than they raised to about .' Arrv, lying opposlto the residence Or the troupe that plays hero Christmas B. Penny's make up waa good and as supply thtir stock. Vanceburg Courier. of Mrs. John 11. Hlianks, on tho Crab Orchard pike, and between the lands of I'ey ton Kmbry and night the Indianapolis Journal said: "Toe "Farmer Peace" as Immense. Mr. A. A. have just pur- If. J. Uarst. Kcr (uitlier Information addrois me The Gentry Brothers at Lebanon, Ky. 30ft JAN. T. VICAIO. Carrie. Stanley Combination commenced a Warren as "Hempfarmer'1 and Mr. 8. P. chased of Col. E. J. Curley, of thia city, TO HAVi Ht..klH !HE LIVER MUST SE KEPT IN ORDER. four nights' engagement here Thursday Stagg as "Krippenensor," looked like they eight fine uitilea for which he paid $1,700 evening. Recent additions have been wished they were at home, but neverthe-These inulea are four years old and sevenmade to the company and it ia now one cf less did well and were heartily applauded. They are the finest high. teen handa the elrongeat combinations on the road. J. T. Canon, G. C. Keller, C. U. Carson, mules ever brought into the Blurgruss Their renditions during the engagement eo G. M. Cooper, E. C. Walton, D. R. CarpenLer. Press. country. and A far has pleased every theatre-goe- r ter, and W. B, Walton didn't have much to Ofl'utt & Brown bought of John Hopthey have met with Haltering auccessevery-where- . do, but doing that little creditably, added e kins of Shelby connty, 15 head of ' ' Mies Carrie Stanley is one of the much to the success of the entertainment. , cattle, averaging over 1,050 pounds, of the Mrs. Dr. L. F. Huffman, assisted by Profr most popular emotional actresses at 7 cents per pound. Thirteen of the Which I am anthorl.ed to Nell at very Low S Price to reduce day, acknowledged eo by both presa and Biker, furnished the mtiiio which was fre- number averaged over 2,000 pounds, E. nua : s. stocU. These Vehicles are all FIUHT-CLASfia without an equal in the pro public-s- he Necoud to none made. quently applauded and well deserved. The Mayes Wft this place Monday for Denver -fesion. Miaa Stanley U ably aupported by performance gave auch great satisfaction Colorado, with 175 high grade calves. It II car. for Urer C.pt! t nd Ills c.niH by TtrpU con. dlilen r Ih.LlT.r, p;ip.U. Con.ilptilon, Chas. B. Bums. Harry Townaerul, Harry that there is a disposition to ask its repeti- took Am earn to bold them and each car JonJlr.,llnlrhr, Ilti. Rticmllirn,tc Mltouirtis. lintutttcs lh Tiirm. tion tuid a likelihood that it will le grant- cont $2no 50, making the freight on the lot Ih.Uw.n. puHflr. th.iwj. in.) trmtb.ns ctTlllneii-l.ltf, Seymour and others, altogether number Intmljthl.J'iJiaVEEUICIM', loinin.1. l ed; rvj. Ill limit, an; J: wtclll will l.ll juu lu rtpul4Ut. Lebanon Standard. COMMISSION 11,002.50 f ing ten. Those who have children ahould er her room at the Central Houae, brought auit laat Friday through her attornay, Mr. Robt. Harding, this city, for $10,000, against Dr. Carpenter, of Stanford. Miss Hughes, we understand, underwent what in medical parlance is called nerve stretching, and claima that eince the treatment she is a wreck of her former aelf not being able to attend to business, or, in fact, leave her bed." We undentand that Dr. Carpenter will employ the best of counsel and fight the ault to the bitter end. Look, Read and Remember THAT IWteRQBERTS & STiLGrfe'S nV J. T. HARRIS 03-- :t We have Opened the Largest Assort,f ment, Choicest Goods and Lower Prices N Stockholders' Meeting. Prea-hyteria- three-fourth- Stockholders' Meeting. vmFIS imai fm 1 m " ' .The Stockholders' Meeting. A Full Line of Watchefe, Jewelry & Silverware. Largest Stock Lowest Prices Best Goods Latest Styles v: Xsast Gall! in Everything TAXES !TAXES W. G. GREEN, FOR BARGAINS! J Also a full line of Books, Christmas Cards, Toilet Sets, Toilet Cases'Sd" Fancy Articles of all' kinds suitaBfe for Holiday Presents. Call and examine our stock. PENNY 'd mcAlKlSTEBL; 44, 4y UNDERTAKER, "r G&to Dealer in Fiiiiiituie jour Parlor fl, V irntrc'ZS' 1 i d Pen-ningto- n Masoiilieimer's Restaurant E i pa (r stjes Taylor Manufacturing e, " 'it Court-Hom- BL.iO.IlSrrS I. ,t Company; also several Columbus Buggy Company's Vehicles, IkSWfol! DuWOl 90 In Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys, Speed Wagons, Spring Wagons and Buck Boards. largo coi.s.gmueiit received from the Spikes Wagon high-Krad- , GEO. D. frVEsAREIIff, MERCHANT. BBC mm. THImS 'ttim&l&tiSmrTSj UvT drlyaa.harl. iUaayda tlsaH tsiAtfa mnppa life sssBsBsBsssVMtlJIhrs WsVaftsstj I ran madly on, Out not for long. foot caught In atone, and I fell, half stun-b- 4 m1 qulfe breattite, to iiie ground. It mtauteJ before I reCoreretl myself sufficiently to otaee more ttand erect. Phil-ipp- a d muit bate obtained a atari which, d itith her frsasied spaeeT, almost the possibility of my orer taking her. uncontrollable im-pMoreoTer, a etranp-e- , swayol me. The touch of that deadly weapon Btlll burned my hand, l'lillfii-m'- s wordi still rang In my ear. "On, on, on, up tho road yet awhile!"' he lin.l What did alio mean? What had been . --10 cotf-plopre-duJoul ht dar days. My I I nutt retrace my steps, I most aeat I MWtknoifl Phllipp U flying through the cold. dark, deadly.night; but her frame is of a, woman. She nuit erf hut grow exhausted; perhaps link senseless on the road. Nevertheless, the dreadful tears which aw growing in my tnlnd must bo set ntrcat; then lean resume the pursuit At all coat I must know what has hnppenodl Onro more I turnad and faced tho storm. Havens I anything might happen on such a night as this! I went on and on, flashing my lantern as I went on the centre and each side of the road. I went same distance past that spot where I Judged vhat Pnlllppa had with a cry of wopt by mo. Then sudd-mlhorror I stopped abort. At my rery feet,,lr. tho midJlo of tho highway, illumined by tin dLi of light cait by my lantern, lay u whitened mass, and as riy eye fell upon it X'k'new only too well tho meaning of riil fasa'a .wild exclamation, "The wages of aim i Tho wages of Hat1' f tho-trass- CHAPTEJt IV. AT ALT, COST, BUTSFi r ,acJshWmy teath C and rushed om. i I had the read aH the roa4 to ywl f. No one wai abroSd In wch" weatheF. ' Indeed, few porsoBS were seen at night in any weafMr in this lonely part of the country. I made straight for my own house. The dismal thought came to' Me that JihUse Phil Ippa kept to the road she was lost to mo forever; If she fctraved to the right or to the left, how on such a night could I posl My ted her! My one hope was that she would go strata bt to my cottage; e thither I made tho best of my way. If she ha 1 not arrived, I must goti what assistance I could and seek for her in tho fields to the right and left of the road. It xras a dreary comfort Xo remember that all the ponds nnd spnCM of .utv wero frozen six inchei,thlck. . r I hesitated a moment when I reached her UU iWdeaos. ShoaJd I Inquire If she had retnrned thltherf No: wheuv wornlflg th ghastly event of the night, my Mflag donW 'would awake swspioion. Iit me first go home.a moment I shall know 1 HotM at last. Ift i, I opened tho slide of my the w t which was still nlljlit, and throw- the rays oi the path which led to my door. My heart gave a great bound of thankfuluat. There mi the snow, not yet obliterated by more eceut flakos were the print of. a small foot Phlllpsm, as I prayed, bat scarcely dorod to hopo sheintght, had come fsr3ght to my hoiwer AMy !nmi,opon!xl the door for mo It wai well I had seen tuow footprlntt?, as my knowledgo of I'hilippa's arrival eimbleiJ mo to assumo a natural air. "My sister lias comer' I asked. "Ym,. sir; about a quorter of ati hour ago." "We missed eachothefon therod.. Wh"at a nigail" I said.' throwing off my saow-co- r. erad coat "Where is she nowl"1 I nO:'.. "In the sitting room, sir." Then, lowciing his voice, William added: "She seemed juit about in a tantrum when she Jound yiv wer&'t at home. I ex;x?ct we shall tlnd Un,-ten- tale'ef gOet w4sKan1 alneMastls(M! '" o7ti9TsssWra heaviest sBMlfrom one ' warned, and have taken precaution! but Z had attributed those fitful changes, the meaning of which was now only too plain to me, to thq natural agitation experienced woman, by i pokslonato yot who found liorselt betrayed and brought to shame. Qh. had I but guessed the real cause, or ratlier the way in which her grief hod affected her, all the dark work of that night might havo been left nndonel Although in many ways it added to the difilcnlties and dangers which surrouodod us, the discovery of tho truth was an relief to in". No mnn could new call tho ioor gl.l guilty of crime. The man's blood was Indeed on lier hands; yet sho had shed It, not knowing what she dhl. Her frenzy must then have been at its height The idea of his coming that night must in some way have occurred toiler. Tin tltfslre to sea him must have driven her to go and meet him. Her wrongs iwrhaustliedrealshonow felt of him may pure-minde- d right-minded by an overwhelming senWfOf shame. StaATjBX. ANDfasttioW, tistics show Wihat umartied women who '" are mothers, and feel the degradation of DANV1IXE, KY such a position acutoly, are peculiarly liable to bo attacked by the mysterious Will prsctlc in the Courts of Boyle and sdjolnlui malady. Esquirol was, I bellove, the, first counties sod la the Court of Appeals. to neWce this fact, and the correcteess of J". B. THK. Ms view baa saheeqtutnUy been wongmed by many others. Beekeastle Circuit Ceur. And Msstsr Such being tho case, It is sfeiall 'wonder MT VKKSON, KT. Will prsetlos la the Rookesstls Courts. that Philippa, waking yesterday msratag (IM) OSes In toreoeive the intoHlgeaco that her marriage with Sir Mervyn Ferrand had been a farce, ZiKa T. HUFFMAN. should have been thrown into a state HTAMrORl). KT. easceptible to the attack of the dissMe Mats Sweet, two seers seers ease. Her careless exposure of herself to Oatee-ao- ath the Hysrs Houu the wintry air, when last night she sought Oxide Qs administered whin r mo and claimed my aid, most probably PursMltreui qulrtd. hastened tho attack of the foe, Mr. Wilson DXl. W. B. PENNY, had noticed herstrango manner, I myself havo remarked upon her rapid change from TlontlMt STANTOItr), KENTUCKY. calmnoss to excitability. It was clear to me that even when she visited me last night OaoeoTsrKout.l. brtls's Uws. Offles hour the m had bfgun to develop itself. I frsm I lot A.M. salt to Jr. K. AnestbsUes sd ttff-lrr- .l utslstsrsd wltea tMeesMrv, blamed my blindness bitterly I ought to have aees, what was wrong. Considering her agitated state, I ougbt to, have been VWJwsri WsTfTl 4bWmA TwtTst BlsvQsk BSaststssV 4sjmTi Alt tM AlTOIlNKY AT DAW, Attorney At Lafv, Court-Bouse. mr esSwreee FREE! RELIABLE Wemltn SELF-CUR- E ssrr... . -- .. h A. favorite prrsrrlptlon ot one of till mST noted and succc-mfmvrclllW In the 1'. H inowretireni tonne cure oi pt JMantr, snd pay. Nnl sse. THE QRXAT asj. sssfp a , ly MDBOJBON DUNTIHT, A Reward of Two Hunnrel Pollsrs will t paid by the friends of the lata J H Benedict ror tbs eaplurs of his murderer, Heory Boberu Uotrls U about 11 yssrsof sgs, dark Wmi-Utlohsssl syss, smooth heesBd Try hd eeunlensDes. rslh- er heavy balli, welnhln prohstily ISO oeuads. 9200 Reward I Through Trunk Line 1MIIM FOK WAf,T:i hsrs hertt ppolntrtl t.nl ror the saie of the I'nvlx-lllsin and hells, ronuintu-- t MB AcreM, lying ( ot a milt from lluitonvllle oo the Mtwty hkud t hereby oBt it privately UhMSSiod dWlllOfhu el two stories sad roDi, bssldas the necMisrr ouUbutldlnts. II Is wsll wstsrsd and Is food, rleh tmd worth raaefe more than Is asked for It. Apply to ms tor farther particulars. sst. T, rM, HUoford. Ky. K7aHiia I SWTiiJ furinofMts. In-W- Wlttwt .Multtx for Sal 1 oOVr lf ! AND fiUKKEST SHORTEST ntoat uctivau to tub Wm Change chtDf-- s iH with Sttf ltifh.it. ROttTE for ale Ousreeuntofisy fslllaa hrsllh, ror well known work Mules, Id rtsoils high, used loibe cars, sound, gentle and true pullers, and wheal adTerllte In Tub 1nkkiob Jdusnal I hv- - dcrer Ulled to sell, sod soon t ihst. T. T, OAViKHH, Btsntord, Ky. Stanford Female College. STANrOIU), KY. With SOUTH & WEST Jsekiontllle, Mill Without PULLMAN CARS Kaihtllle. itcek, Aitauiwi tiivuivuifijiNew Orleans. Mobile, sad !., Cifsni-s-i to Memphli, a Full Corps if Teachsrs, fetor-da- y BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA la raises Cars Without Chssf t. OICESN I Irf4KING! Utla A Ilwpnt I'reu-Mskl- This luitltotlcn will open Its Flfuota Ssstloo In Hepteiaber Best. on lbs 1st ALL THK UUAHCHKHOr A SHORT LINE TO THE EAST from LoulirlllelB raises Cars wllbsutchsnyt. IjJIks In tin snd other kinds of Mwinj la thH Wit sljrle snd at reuonsbl rsUs. PolleltiD s sasrs o( yoar pitroo-- -, I soi, resPKllullx, JtiHS Khl.A Hntl.KY.Ky, 2)2.1 u Stanford, lox-rTiith- e hTe iriret rem itihI to corner il., snd THOROUGH ENGUSHCOURSE Are taucat, ss wall M DllAW-INO Sesklntc homes en the rMIPDAUTC line ol this rood will I O specisi low rslss. rscslvs Sts Akii ol this CAmpsny rstei, routes Ac, or write C. P. ATMUM, G. P. L T. A. CmlunNil 0 fr MUBIO. THU IiA.KOUAOr.B. toulsvllle,K. ft B 8 F H "MOXON BOIITCK." TERMS MODEkATE, In Tuition, ptlcw ruitte from t "3 to MO In lb regular DtrpirlmeuU musty, fUt lnternillsts S30; rrepsutojy, f 0. sjJ "ollnj!le, W. r.tii ...iii,i?rB Ah tu llfiurii. Acstdreet HKH. H. I). TKI'I.IIKAUI, n 0rlriHinl, AND FAINTIXQ. ImYqJnducfid. r-- dtvesiufme. Ilia words grootly surprised nw. I foic' myself to mske some laughing rejoinder: then I turned the handle of the door and en tered Us roam in which Fbdinia had taken rtfVqra Ohj how my heart throbbed! What would she say to ineF What could I, fresh from that dreadful scene, say tojwr' Would she f AVlllinni, inerlUi of lib stplWIty. oc-- r Alonally ventured njxiD.some liberty when ad " , tiVplensr." ' fc"T -' A .iM for htt sin Sir Mervyn Ferrand had paid VY Dead I Before I kneeled beslde him and, after unbuttoning his coat, laid my hand ou hi breast, I'knew the man was dead. Before I'turnod the lantern on his white face 1 know who the man was. Sir Mervyn Ferrand had paid ror his sin with his lifel It noeded little professional skill to determim the cause of his death. A bullet tired, it seemed to me, at close quarters had passed absolutely Through, the heart ".Hs onus! Killed, J bare fallen" wikhoui kwjw, 'by'tha hand of the woman he bad wUhh$llft yet lingered on hlse--t could evon imagine the words features. which had accompanied it, when swift anJ sudden, without one moment's grace fot ropentenoe or confession, death had bon meted out to bias. At one moment he stood erect and full of life, mocking, it may be, hail Iwen hod trusted, hr who at the next, him andthe sentence bebefore he trayed; was jpoaklng was completed, hs 'lay lifelesi beginning at her feet, with the sson-llalcto form his winding-sheet- ! Oh, it was vengoancol swift, deadly vengeance! But why, oh, why had sfao wreaked stf Philippe, my peerless Philippa, a mur drett!f Oh;4l sW too fearrnl, toorriblet I roiut Wdreaming. All my own thought! of range,left ma, Ifwaa for IBotihW pity, shier.ity.'l fH Car the man, cat ' la the prima of his life. While I knew he was allvs I could look forward la and picture the mln-utwhen wo should stand coolly seeking tc kill ono anothor, but now that ha was da ' I Imtivl him no longer. Ah Until is n sacrec thing. Djad Sir Mervyn Ferrand dead, and slain by Phllippal It could not be true! It should not bo true' Yetjlahoddarodas I rememleredtfae pasaloo sfcefead Ukowiiinto those words, "Basil, did maul" I gave a, et yesj ereriuite-anguish mI resKembered hiw I had' hurled 'Irem jHHl Jsha plstel she bad) let faJl-twhich had doue the dreadful wronged. A sneering smile jrould she'stmtdy coafen or boldly Justify, her crime! Would she plead hen wrongs ineztenuationl Would she assert that in a moment of ungoverueb'c rage she had done the deedf No matter what she said; she was still Philippa, and even at the cost of my owb life and honor 1 would save her. Yet as I advanced into the room a shudder ran through me. Fresh to my mind cam the remembrance of that white fact, that still form, lying aa I had left it, with the pure whlU snow falling thickly around it. Philippa was sitting in front of the Are. Her hat was removed, her dark hair disheveled and gleaming wet with the snow which bad melted in it She must have heard me enter and close the door, but she took no notice. As I approached her she turned her shoulder upon me in a ptttish way, and as one who by the action means to slxni'y ditptoasure. X .came to heraide aad stood over her, iwaltfag forbor to look up and spedf first Bheonust s'poak first' What can I sav, after all that ha bapiMm-Bdt she kept a aiony silence kept her eyes still turned from mine. At last I called her by her name, and, bending down, looked into her face. Its exprauion was one of sullnn nnger, and moreover, anger which seemed to deepen as aha beard rny voice. Sho made a kind of contemptuous gvsfure as if waving me aside. ecaeorVWte, I ' o a hi .dt-e- d , If f Killtxl by Philippa! Not in n sudden bursi of uncontrollablo passion, but with deliber-atintont. Hha must have gone armed tc moot jiiin. She must baroshot him through tho heart; must have seen him fall. Tbsn, only thou, the horrible deed which she had wrought mnst have been fully realized! Then bliu lia.t turnod and fltxl from tho spot in a f rensy. Oh, my pcor girl I my poor a aarer, narorl tia I laid what was left of Sir Mervyn frrrund reveatfatly by the aide of the lonely road.. I even tried to close hu glassy eye, adlcovored his face with his own halid. .WcWef.. Jben, wWi hoart holding feaY I turned sad anguiali onoagkfor .girl I .Uttorly bewildered by mf anguish I rose 'from ny knees and stood for a while beij the corps.- - It was In that moment I loanioO ixir niucli I really loved tho woman who had done this thing. Over all my grief and hoi rur this lovo rnas paramount At nil coat t must savn her savo her from th handi of jiutlc; savo her from the llerc olcnpnts which her tender frame was oven atthis moment braving. Andes I recalled how alio bad sought me yostorday, with the tali of lier wrong how sho had wildly fled (rom.iue a few minutes ago, madly, blindly into tin night; as I thought of the iujurlei shoha'l suffered, nnd which had led her tc shed th U man's blooJ; as I contrasted her in bor iHMont position with what she va whon first I know bor and loved lior, tho pity began to fado from my hoart; my thoughu toward the lifeless form at my feet grow story iuwl sombre, nnd I found myself b ginning, by tho old code of an oyo for an eye," to JtMlify. although I regretted Plilllp. pa's fearful act Klght or wrong, sho wai tlio Wonmn I loved; and I swore I would savo ilier from tho consequencoj of her crimo, oven lloa von help me! if the accusation, when made, must fall upon my shoulders. Yet it was not tho beginning of any jcfaemq to erade justice which Induced m to raise the doad Iwdy nnd bear it to the aide "of the road, wbore I placed it undor the low bank on which tho hedge grow. It was the royorence which one pays to death made I could not leave tho poor mo do this. wrotctijflug in the very .middle of the bijli-'wafor tho first passersby to stumble against TojBiorrow be 'would, of course, the hue and, cry bo XonnJL Philippa. my would be out! Oh,' heavens! never,' Philippa, would w 4 .V.tWV-- t Jsr and went in aeareb of the poo onhappy girl. Where should I seek her I Who kne wwliai "Philippa," I said, as sternly as I could, speak tome!" I laid my hand upon her arm. Sho shook It off fiercely, and then star ted to her feet "You ask me to apeak to yon," she said; "you who have treated me like this! Oh. It is shamefull shame full I come through storm and snow come to you, who ware to welcome me as a brother! Where are ynul Away.your wretched servant tells me.? Why nro you nwny I I truitei joii J Oh, you are n pretty brother! If you Kid cared for me or respected me, you woutd linve boon bore to greet me. No' you nre nil in n !enzuj Now I am here, all in a lcaguo to ruin m what will you do Poison mo, of course' kill me, and make away with mo, even as that ether doctor killed and made away with Jiy poor child I JIo didl I say ho did! I saw him do it! 'A child of shame,' hesaid; so be killed It I All, all, all even you yen. whom I trusted leagued against msf1 - She was trembling with excitement Her words ran one into tho other. It was as much r I could do to follow them; yet tbo aboioW but a brief condensation cf what she said. With unchecked volubility she continue! to heap reproaches and accusations, many of which were of the most extravagant and frivolous nature, on my boad. At last khe wax silent, alul legated bers'lMn herformer'attittide; 'and the sullen, discontented, look ajaln settled on ti6r faro. And yot, although I, who loved litr above all the world, was tho object of her fierce reproaches, no words I had yet listened to coma more swootly to my ear than these. A great joy swept through mo; a tide of reliof boro mo to comparative happiness. Whatever drctdful deed tho poor girl had that night accomplished she was morally Philippa wat not accountable iuuoceut for her actions! As a doctor I read thn truth at once. Tho rapid flow of words, tho clmnglug moods, tbt vehement excitjment, the sullen air. tbo groundless suspicions one and all carried conviction, nnd told mo what was wrong. Mrs. Wilson's words of yesterday, which warned me that Phlllppa's health should bo imiuired into, added absolute certainty. My professional brethren who ntny happen to road this wilt understand me whon I say that, although It Is long since I have practiced as a doctor, I am sorely tempted, ti I reach this stage of my story, to give In detail the particulars wbleh inducod me to arrive at such a belief. No physician, no surgeon, lives who does not foel it his duty u well as his pleasure to giro an accurate' accase which count of any has coma under his notico. But I am no writing thoso pages for tho bene fit of science; and having no wish to inako my tale assume the authority of n hospital report, shall restrain myself, and on technical points be its brief as possible. In short, then, Philippa. Iiad fallen n victim to that btania which not uncommonly shows itself after the birth of a child that dread, niystorloas disease which may, at the moment when everything seems trolntr well. turn a house of joy into a house of mourn ing; a disease tbo sonroo of which I have no hesitation in saying has not yet been jirop erly traced aad Investigated, Bo far as 1 know, there is no monograph on the subject, oreertainly there was none at that time. Still, it Is admitted by all the authorities, that this species of fataklty h not produced by a severe mental shock. Ill-munfrt-queatly But all this is professional talk. Again Its Proprietor U Determined that that the discover,' of Philippe's state of it Shall be Second toin.no Country mind was an itnmeiu relief to me. My Hotel in tho State it Fare, conscience was cleared of a weight which ABneintaeati. or Atten- was pressing upon it I felt braced up to ties U OetAiert of a every effort, and thoroughly justified in 'following whatever course I thought best their. .Qsteeta. . Moreover, a new relationship was now lllasssarsyel te sad from tke do mvself. For taellshsd between Philippa and Bsecans , ftperUI arentataedstlass free ef (hers-sswhile every feeling savo one must be to CosisserelslTraislers. Tks Bar will We were now doctor and patient always with tke ekoleset After much persuasion I induced her to kraads ef Llaars aad Clears. let mfc feel her" ptlU. As T expected, I found it up nearly to oue hundred and twenty. TvaAsMsek. MUBKAT'N IslT.CIKU', This did not alarm me much, as in the counw it my practice I had seen several of these 1 ke Ureal Kasllsh IteraHy, aLSsw. Tha preliminary treatment was simple as A B C; at all cott sleep must be obrUteeruri luwer. MemoEwyj !ry.s Laea or llralo tor Weak MeMoos tained. Kshsuetlon, lmlnsl Wsekix-sx- , Fortunately, J had a well stocked mediImpiiteBey, snd IJnrl loss of (Vwar ol the (ienerstlee Orftui, cine chest In a few minutes I had prean.l all ftiMaj,a that fallow as a ae- pared the strongeit dose of opium which I BSfVa Isusffe quenc et youihml Impnflefic or jared to administer. In such a cose as the Iks esrMol maiurrd Ter. tuch Tri, Mark. present I knew that no drlbluU would avail; East as Universal LsMttods, lln In lh of VlMou, tes, o I measured out no less than sixty drops of Af, aodmssy laudanum. Sleep the girl must have. That eMS that led U laaullr or C poor seething, boiling brain mustby artificial surapUeo In all raula means be forced to rest for hours. After Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Wealneaathe Upeclde act like s thsrra, rttortn loaaor fa Hor t If. ?aSBSaV. that rest I should be aide to say what chance er, ctTln-- r lo tits eye a uriinani there ivas of saving life niul reason. Its only lint runniog snd eparkllnc besuly, to thKrhrek the rnay Uooota of health. But preparing n dose of medicine and AfterTlViag. hulking a patleut like this to take it, are two POLLtfAN NEW 3LEEPIH0 OARS rMurrsy'sSpln Is sold by all Dru.iitU at II w pwkafs, or six pstkafee (or W. Also by llffereut things. I tried every art, every Mtss-- s free, ea receipt o pries. I implored and commanded. I persuasion. SwVull Mtlculsrs la pamphlet, whleh will be Philippa was obthreatened and Insisted. mslVed ttm to every sppllcsul. Address stl rom uaalestlons ta tha ante insnurturr, turate. Poor soul I sh knew ( meant to MVHHA V MEDH I Alt t O.. poison bar. On my part, I know that unless -- raoMKsasuClly.Mo. the swallowed that narcotic tier Hold la HUsford by Penny A MeAiUUr ind stl Ivettlavlllo.ClacluBatlHBd Lx-liiKto- n, Drufrt-r- aTsrvwhersA case was all but hopeless. Ky.. Astuus pKTKk Co., Wbolresle Aten U, Irostod for awhile, iheu I sent for luko-ivarIulullle. Kr. water Aftr some rwHtnnco shu suffered me to bathe her throbbing temple's. I Tue refreshing ioolies3 which followed tho ! t with Cut train lor Dporntlon was so grateful to hsr that she let Coocectlcf In situs de-mo repeat tho action again and again. A This sotios forewarns hunters, Hibsrmen snd loft and nioro contented look settled on her treiapenot to trstpssson our Isods wltboul par. beautiful face. Blssloa, as sll such sets are liable to be procecuted I seized the moment Once more I pressed The Dlreet loate tolynehburf , Dan In lbs lull axleotof lbs law Btaolora, Kf Karen ITtn, issi. liliaeJ.J the potion upon lier. This time siiccessfuUy. Tille. Korfolk, nnsek. D.MeKlltiisk. iiusa , t. My heart trembled with joy as I saw her H. T. Bosk, a. t. tsrpeotsr, iwallow the drug. Now she might be saved! All Virginia and Kortb Caroliaa F. Held, C Hlihop, Let) Hubble, It. ri,b, 1 still continued the comforting laving of joints. s V, V. Hhodes, Kelly, templos, and waited until thu drug took to her For tUksts snd tiirther Inrormstlon, apply W. (. McCormsct, II.U.AJ P.Uuerr, Its due effect. By and by thnt moment came. your nearest ticket once." addrfas M II Lylie, U. L. Carter W. K. ARNOLD, W. J. Base, The largo dark eyes closjJ, tbo weary head T. J. UIU, J. W.Wesibetlord, AU, Ticket sod AJrerlUtBf Aft., Wra. Rurton, , LouUrtlls. ky Tsnoy, C. isik heavily ou my shoulder, and I knew a Voarth Ave-.J. H. J. A. Marrie, that Philippa had entered upen a term of P. W. Carter, J. M. Hill. jsn-- i i a merciful oblivios. Rd. Carter, J. H. MeAIUter, Wehmond. Irtrlnls T. J. roeur. I waited until her sleep wu sound as the J. II, Jon-s- , J. J WoolKomery T. M. White, ileep of death; then I suinpioii'l rny man. II. A IbnaJIrl, U.K. Wircum, Iliad already told him that my sister was W. H Amon M.T. Itutaell very III. Betw-eA, D. Newland, II. I lunt ujwa loru hor to her W Oleen A" He ml hor on her lxi. I loosened room ami laid DHIQ & MISSISSIPPI ii. W. U I'l'wllt, lrr liordreb., tut tho wot boots from her cold feet, did nil I :ould to promoto warmth and such comfort to was ptiblo undor tho cirThe Dlrett Routo to cumstances. Then I loft tier, sleeping that heavy bleep which I prayed might lost unbroken for houri, and houin, aud hours. lay A.tivVft t,h'bV mrtil who,, thn Mrtld iho was mad when she drew tho trigger; iho vas mad ftThefi she broko frum hiy grasp; lb? was mail n l w ns she sat by my lln,oyoing Sho me with mjfos, suspicious glances was nid and Innocent! Her manner toward me troubled mo but n peculiarity of the little. It Is a disease that the patient tarns with hatred frorf those whb were- - the nearest and dearest fo'ber. Fits of sullen, stubborn silence, wltliflercq, outbursts of, vituperation, are IM .mast reem-mo- a characteristics Hideous, startling as It is to of the mania see tho change wrought in tho sufferor, tho malady is by no means of such an alarming nature as it seems. In fact the majority of cases are treated with perfect succesi. well-know- carrlcuTt.0 .weapoiiAfor lrtourn horscl, jcr'-arj- j Louisville, New Albany Chicago & Railway. Palaco TO UUM, un-w- in., sj. THK O.XI.Y l.'NE HL'NWINt. MYERS HOTEL, e Pullman LOUISVILLE BrarjiL Noticb. -- Cars! AMD BOLID TBAIM8 t 2. s t? P g 2 ca s C IT X. STAHTORP. KT. H. BURN9IDC, - Fropr CHICAGO Iross Zi This Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still Maintains its High Reputation, AMD Brsoeh of L. A . K. H. arrltt In Lovlivllls In time to talis the erenlnj train of the "Monon Houts" sod co throush to ruaanfars Its Knoi-vtl- ls Ureenraatle. ('ranrordsrllle, Lafitjottf aad (Jhlta-r- w IthoHt dtauire. u -- T1MK TABLK. Dally. UsUy. HTAriUNK. i,s."Fgig tr Lts. Ioulitllls.. Art. (freoeaatte.M.. Crawfordarllle ban-'she- sjb., IrJ sslld " Chltao. TMsni IMpa Tbs aioel dlrett routo. with onlr oos ihanieol rsrs, to all points la Wiaconiln, MlnoesoU. lows Nebraska, Ac for further lufornutloh. alilrsss MUKBAT KtLl.lCH. (I. P. A , Its-UulsTills. K; " Ufayttle .. . ItllR I 11 7 41 I 01 ski tOl pis I 04 pis am, i U pa p mi IHlB KENTUCKY CENT! B. R -- iHuoUrHHn Ileiile' Geo mwmm 8horteit and Quickest Route from Etst, West and 8outbweat. ohiq ay. tral Kentuottj to all PoinU North, Kentucky's Route ftt Lios lUlweeo I'reina-tursU- . -- IF9 LEXINGTON A CINC'INN A TI. Schedu's In Effect Oct. IS. IMt. rJI. ?? 3?l .r-- T' J3 ?ssv press? w?-- 1 ,i ::,r ? ft w o Wi A SOLID TRAIN WASHINGTON CITY. .I'Sts I . j?;i ' : liLUiSi ? I I iif;-,i I I - ! I u .o S5S2SS PB53BS I I J ii lit w m m j w5jM""JM---- oa ! I I --- SB SB SE8BB ! ,''"''" aas -- t7g IS M T3 9 SH? 3'Si . P .- HSrexre- 3Tox,3L3L, POSTED 5S2,S8 8SC55 ? -- 5 ft"l J "1 I V f aT- 'BHBE'OB ; j UBPkB :j uc-iau- j I issscu 9 iDfei oo-a- BBBBB D 'j i I i SSi- -o m tt p u KK835J Illf-gln- EESBBB Ug'SS wsoUo o 90 aa-4- Mu-j.b- 3f liE'5.ao'i" S7" o S alsr.-arf-f I '. .rr-,r i BB EB BBBBB sj rrt s:-- na : o 2 K ' ? O i I ' I I I J. MOfeiaau " mU""-Afu , ' il M as" t. jb I ! I I S528S S"0O ? 3BBBBB s S 3 ! 2BBH2 i St. Louis & the West Northwest sud Soulhwut by the way of SSSSgSSIJlS " ""T X M OB OO 4 OssJJ, 9t Trie HicUoi i'hiiiu. RiBE'BE ouuMt : n ': i P 3 B BS Any It numbor can play, but each 'player must bo provided with a iheet of white paper and a pencil. All mut then mark flvo dots In any urraugouiejit on thu piece of paper before him, and paw it to his next ueighbor at the left hand. Ho then takes the dotted aper which has Ixwn handed ti him, and trios to draw on it tomo human Cguro in such a poturo as to bring one of tbo five dots at the middle of the top of tho forehead, ono at the point of each foot, and one at each hand. But no one must take longer than a certain time, say five or ten minute-- . In making his picture. The results sometime are very laughable, and tho game calls for a good deal tit Invention and skill. Ilkxtou Utotx'.i Is capital fun, we a.uro you. IaOlINVIMiKrOI5fCI.lVATI. rn..n'nn lifllle and direct lonnectlon at thoas points w in idiuio--nln- i Expresa on the Ohio A Mliilsilpw M ct Iuls snd sll points Writ. Uiu-All Loaelnic Chaltsnoogs lr Cincinnati wsks ( lucln-II- ReneWERIJ Are yoii faUlns, try nrcwKH, BB BB -- ' o BB MM ii s 5 assess? k Ii UUU o38a-o- nulckfr thin . ...nata tolng Wat. WI illUV fA. MSJSSS1 Louisville in TT..fe.n Only from v.n iin. or tAltAiin nniirv .r.w Una, gtrlng our ptfiMogert any other stl.l Aral suu sss aw w. Hwat,v sir akMllal IB I pure, cinan, wnoicsoiue We mi' HitiLTn Itc BEBBBB oo HE BBBB 00 Ii BBiBB KS.il, ho. at. MA YNVII.I.K HHANCII. NOBTH-ROUH- IrsUll Lua-r- ror Jne going by wsy ,,f Chicago. 12Hours Quiokor?oiui:.hn'lD,d. DTSPBPSLA., Fercr, Headache, Ajrue, Chills, Nice to Brain, Kerree. Rtnmarh, IJter, Kllnei, An unUaUd Inlcoraat, Curra Daily Dally Kx. tJua. Ex. bun. i DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. I.to Corlngton. " Lexington Arr Mlllenliurg " (,srlltle " Johnson Psrli O. & M. Alwsys makes Use's ".Tatted Calf." lT6e Current Bitter is the life of tho man who, during the gay month of December, has to conceal money diflicultles from his family and daro not chill the oxuberant holiday Joy, But by far. tbo greater portion of men have none of tho senlitivenesi which makes each debt A poisoned arrow to some of tholr fellows. - Fast Time and Sure Con neotions With all Lines at TORPID., LI VER..nd' Night Sweats, Nervous Hesual Docllne. Weakness, Malaria Leannoa, t 4) per bit. 0 for $00.nt Dnila- a. u. a. H. K. take, true uneoualcd for Msyrfllle. 8 IS a in fl S 40 a in! 8 9 00 a iu ft U a m 7 10 V) a nv 7 WoT&i aam 2 00 i io p in an p m 47 p iu 07 p m 00 p n iS hxa nm wsixs, Jersey uty, J., b. BoUTU-Uori- Et. Lve Msysrllle. Dsllr KoTbT Da Hun. Kx. riun t St Louii and Intermediate Fointi. They laugh, and ore merry, and kill the feral fatted calf of somebody oho. They will hold high wassail i&ChrlsUnas-tlde- , although the heavens may fall. But such mortals are Coaotctlonsnisds in Union Depot, tiU Louis, useful We must have, the giddy music of with trains of lines going Vt, northwest and Boutbweat. Offenbach aeroll a tha Gregorian chant yoa srs going Wast to soy Jpolnt, call on or '.What, tbe Ieltts; Costs. '" "tCUlcajfo Time ice on Christmas cards is done by scattering partiele-- NoFerrle! IYeOmnlIUHTrana p(idltmi Buchu-Palb- a a Illadder, Inflammation, Irritation of anil Bladder, Stone or (JraTel Diseases of the Prostata Uland, Dropeical SwelUsn, Female IJIseasM. Incontiny ence ot Urtes, all Plseases of the Organs In either sex. For or Unnatural DIscMtkcs use also "Chapln'a Injection Flour," each 81. ror 8IPHILIS, ctthor contracted or hereditary talat, use Chapla's Constitution Hitter Bttup, 11.00 per bottle, and Chaptn's SrphlHtloPina. W.O0J aad BrpbilUlo BalT Jf.OO. 0 bottles Hrrup, 8 or IllU, 1 Kalro, by Express on reeelpt of 10.no, or at Drun-laK. Wssjj, Jersey Qty, W. J.. P, & A. Kid-noyQenlto-UrinarCha-pla'a Remarkable Cares of Catarrh of the " iAHiogton " CiTlnston Noti. Trtln No. 3 runs dally frem Kuoxilllc, Winchester and Islington to CoTlngton. Train No. 1 runs t!s Lexington and Paris, am' rot via Winchester and Paris Train No. S Is dally except Sunday between Lex logton andPsrii, but Is dally from Cincinnati to Knoxrllle, lexlniton and Paris: Nn, 82, dally except 8un-ds- r, 4 ' Mlllersburg... Arr Paris " " S Johnson Carlisle 7 'il a 7 41 a (i 10 a 9 10 a tl KOs 4") a mi l 20prj 30 a m 1 50 p n. 2 It p u. iu in .1 03 pm in a 35 p in COutu in. 0 re m ft nm The elaborate icing that imitates frost and II writo te the uodorslgued. For lull and reliable ladrmstlon In regard to Laud, Ac, In tho Western tjistes, Msp, Ouldes snd lowest special rate lor Tickets snd Household Ooods to all poiuU Went call ou or address Passinger Ag't Ohio O. A No. M, dally except Sunday, 30 p ni; srrlTe Paris S IS pm. lesTePsrlsSXOsm S sir 4 Lexington 0 to a m. Usts Lexington remorsarmay Have ttrtysdheV'to'do' . pf ground glass over gummed cards. Thcsa tiny ajoms penetrate the longs of the manufacture, and 8rLEKDID BiQaBM,JLm.o&s, Cocoanubi poor girls employed in the either Kill them or render tnem soon bsipiesa iTrB.altcVej - - ' , ...".-r.5c., rr'til Hi wjttap'ti -- .- - W. BUATTUC, W.W.PKABODY. Qea'l Pass. Act, Prss't and Hen'l Man'gr, C. W. PAKlH.Oalral Ptsteeger Agent, . Oinriiu.stl-Okle'- Ulsilsslppl Hallway. Hurrodsbunr, Kr II, ALSOP, i. Polld Trains, with Pullman Bleeping Cars bolwoea. Cincinnati snd Itlcbuiond, Va , and Wlnche ter snd Waiblngton, D. C. Through tickets and baggsgs checked to any deitlnstlon rescbeit by ralliDad. .F. D. MOIIMK. W. 11. WIHTTLB3KT, raeDg-- r Agunt .riv. ran. agent. Fsit Line; No. and run via Winchester, a Oorlnitoa. Kr. K' - W'r?"iIVl.-fe.nvW-U'-aTBSUVSSl Lxiatoii, ny Uffl. !- - Agt tr Stf