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OUT &JSJEJE1 , .TO T3- "A tf rft I. f3 w. J. i.2 iL -" mrnmmmmm mm Hmi.' ens Store, P -- n t ' lrY Let the people read it in reeling italics. This is a bona-fid- e fl&OHE&flft ttllV.-noa Cleatiattcte Sale! Four Thousand Dollars sold in November: Ten Thousand must oo in Dfippinhpr Th. ie tiiA. week for the BIggIf MmwmMQE off Ffeiess I The biggest drives ever offered in Central KV?n- Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Notions, Fancy Goods, Dry Goods, etc. Special Bar-i-n tuck; on First-Clas- s gams Overcoats. Gents' tailor-mad- e Suits, stylish Hats, Gloves, Kentucky Jeans, Rubber Boot&, . turns to salesmen tins weeit are: rL.et em go: sen em . never mina tiie cost mark Now 16 Sale the place ! time tiuthe Great Closmg-Ou- t . Jtyinj determined to quit the goods business on account of falling health, I hare made up my mind to stand any sacrifice that is necessary to close out flWCK t FOB CASH. "Xl j .,TT " j rt 11 t TILT .- - - "V ! . r - wee BajttJaJ -- j w. HATDSlf MISSES' I ' The Extraordinary Youko Lady. Rtllir Stating filiations pfton pf til city Lying on the right tide, "My heart It at Oace in a Large C'ty there dwelt a Maid- pmcktdo:. Sunday mb pttky and yonr fret" puageBt rm?s from tea: t, VWilL b Lyinf on the left tide, "I have money in cumstancet wa pat to great straits to la aaewered busk.." her Daughter that the might occupy a !b ike affirasative-- M ncrJi mm msn, 8taadiag on your soe, "I have no objec- H!gher Watk in Life. She worked liard, jadxsf,bjth bf past Mi tor ud preeent tion to ali'd, deprived herself of every Comfort. L example. .Tbl wai HltistrtsJ b aa Jum'pinjon your ikatet, "I'm afraid I Aod how was she rewarded? Strange to Ttr Micitiouiif (old. V. thill aim cta't trust ynu." siy, this Young Lady appreciated her Mo oal ta (It. tb. poiat. It i o ahirp It ther's Sacrifices, and did all she could to Lylog on your back, VAtilit me." could not wil escape tb llitener. K tp lighten her Lbors. Upon returning from "Oae leg in the air meant "Catch jmt " afc4 Betr, "Art 70a a bollem Irf the Two lege In the air meant "mashed." School ahe would devote her time to tbe ,Cbr;tUirIaB? 'O.ctrtainljr." -- You ."One ikate 'in your mouth, ' Crushed Kitchen until tbe hour for her Music Let rMjnmr.Blwaae church, tkM,-aon. arrived, and then ahe would make the again.1 "M.raber of the church? No, Hitting the bick if your bead with your Piano Hi wl. She arose early and aeeisted Vihj ihoulJ I be a neabtr of a heel, "I am gone " with the Washing and Ironing, and when churcbT It la qujta aaoecearr The.djr Suddenly placing your legs horizsntally her Young Man took her to the Ice Cream log thief wwa't a mtmbtr of church and ontheflxrllke the letter V Indicates "I Parlor at night ehe always slipped eome he weat to heafea." "Bat of course you're am psral;ztl." Caotce Cake iato her Pocket for Ma. Fibeta biptlzdd? You knoir the command Punching yonr neighbor in the atomach nally S ie and the Young Man were marri' "Be bptIxd?, "0, no. Thefe with your left foot, "I am onto your little ed, and the Best Room in their House was another needleae ceremony. I'm ae eafe game." devoted to the Old Lady, who never the ykg thief wae, and he nerer wae did a Lick of Work. A backward flip of the keel and sudden baptlied." "But eurelj, elnce ou will sot cobetlon otthekaeee to tbe floor indicates MORAL. EjoIa b church or be biptlitd, you do This is. not a True Story. It ie-- a Fable tame 'May I skate the next muic with you " Cincinnii Time Star. thing in acknowledgement of your faith? Korristown Herald. Nothing exasperatet a woman who ha You glre of your meant jou help the The Theory ok Vaccination. Prof. been shading her eyes from the Ciute In eoae way?"' "No, elr. I do nth Tyndall auggeatt that, just at the roil may with her hand all evening a much as to Ing of the klnJ. The dying thief ' "Iyt me remark, my friend, before you go be 00 tfJectually robbed of fotuo essential find that after all the had left her best diaany further that you eeem to be on pretty ingredient by one abundant crop aa to te mond ring on the wash etand. San Francisco Pott. intiuu'o termi with the dying thief. You inctpable of producing another, eo in the falcon on"Waterdury Watchti. Oaeoflfee thj BHnbO?'Tktq(Io I have been studying the lager conscious seas of a Waterbury watch, trying tafee how its subtle procesiee might be quicken-e- l into the aembUncj of a simulated life. I have learned whtt a "demnitlon horwid gwiad" it take to wind one up, and what a feeble effort at time keeping it make, when the winding beela over. It will not start itself, but tnuit be used as a along shot or thrown up in tbe tir and cnght several times before it can ba gtlraniztd Iato organic ac ion. If you bare bought one, 1U ailentTfase will stare you out of eouateaincs with dumb protest at your folly; aad however you my come into poweaeion of it, you will aooa see that for a frtndof the first water it ie entitled to the Timea. cake. ..' A ghaetty belief was that the hair of the head grew indefinitely after death, it having been found in perfect vawa where grive have been opined. Every ip Ctmen of this hslr that has been carefully examined ha proven to be vegetable hair, a ed The only form of fungus changes that lake place in the hair after death is the lot! of luitre and color. It is one of thu most tudetructable parts of tbe body, being found in graves where there were 'no traces of either bones, teeth cr nails. well-mark- edu-ct- t. OUR. nother-iailaw.- " - t- anec-dot- e, w-i- LADEIS -- . 1 iup-ftl- " " d. A.3XTI3 after-watd- s CHILDREN'S FINE KID AND GOAT na gas-lig- seem to derive a great deal of coniolttion iiuman system a parasitic uleerse may ew from b a cauei; but mind rou, there is one completely exhaust the blood of rome inimportant difhrenca between you and htm. gredient necessary to the growth and propagation of the parasite that tbe production He vrit a dyiog tliiefr-an- d you are a living of a occond crop ie fatal or considerable one Herald. quantity may be impossible. It would' Doeeehavlog ciute the beard to grow? thus eppear that protective vaccinatioa cr This It a disputed queatioh among thoie inoculation is simply the introduction into E3I.O. who ehould know the inott about It. The impretaion it quite general that it doea, but why it should is not clear by any meane. The youth who wants a mou'tichr flbavei periUtcntr and painfully, too, per ihape, in the food hope that he ii helping the.detr things along. If there la tny de pendence to be placed in tho results of the latest inrettigitions into this matter he might as well take the mllkmalk'e advice to eoik his lip with cream and get a cat to lick it. Ooe of tbe grandest minkind ilghti is that when the devoted vfUe of an erring husband, regard lere of nhat the jeering world may nay, goe to the corner grocery r with rnloan attachment and leads him Kentucky State Jour borne bythe ear. tho blood of weakened and comparatively harmless dUeaae germs to consume the ma terlal which might become food for similar gcrma in a more vigorous, and danger ous condition. comprising the best in the market, which .will he gotten up in style and make second to none in city or conn- H. G. Rupley carritcT'.ehrieki an 'try. "How Give me a trial. exchange that hain't got over tbe election yet. Wo don't know how they got the rest.bf the State home, but the delegate we law at Bourne'e. saw at three A, M. had his legs hanging out Presents for your Mother-i- n of the window, his hat hanging on his fee', for your Granmammy at Bourne'a. Presents aoovercoat,'and.wAa tinging '"Is z morz, , PreaenU for yonr Gal at Bourne's. . , , v bri light,4' and it took thro men ing o Presents for your Fellow at Bourne'a. . to hold him down. If the hacks held out Presents 'for your Friend a't Bourne'a. we cm ecs no reason why there should have Preaents for your Sister, Father, Mother Everybody, nt Bourne'a. been any difficulty in parryiug the Slate, ' nawkefOj Toilet Seta.at Bourne's. Caeca at Bourne's. Rcy, Dr. Burcharl said "just before the Toilet 1 Baby Seta at Bourno's. battle" that the democra'ic party was ma.de J Nail Seta at Iburne's. .Christmas Cards at Bounro'a. up of "rum, Romanism and rebellion" and Odor Cases at Bourne'a. Dolls at Bournes. now cornea Rev, Dr. Fulton, of New York, Writing Desks at Bourne'e. who eaya he unqualifiedly agreed with Dr. Fino Books at Bourne's. ,6STAnythng.y9u want at Bourne'a. Burchard.Nw, if ililaam wants to in fact 'Bourne is tho Friend . of the. Gift-Mak- . Jerusalem he otn drive a doub'e . to ,. ,- Memphis Scimitar. tettuDourno lia nice little maa, . . br-ht1 er receivI have received and am ing' New Goods for Fall and Winter, PiTJILiE". IJJ still SHOES! NOT mm J r. M BE SLED,' cal, TRY A PAIR GEO.H: BRUCE&CO STANFORD, KIT. 4bV' cviik In th ii y a tt nn of w t ljlit part of tlio abtlomon, enulnr;ttipittlDt to luppoie LsiiuionienGfatton ol tin klJncji or neighboring orgaiu. At tlniM, STmptomi of Imlljrratlon'are jrcicnt, at flatutenr), unoaalocii of tlio (loin.icli, etc. A niolttiire, llko l riplrotlon, proHlncInic wtxy illiagrrfublolltMn?, nft' r gelling Mnrm, It very comjiion, MteruLmt. , FnntJ pisTiunuTiqN. . Uliti'l, uiJoJInsmil ltchlnj rj!(i)Ijaat onevto tho 'What ratuci tho great ruilit McTlolxrU A IliU(tton of Dr. Hotniiko'n Titu Htmolj-- , which arts illrrctly upon vlio parlt (IclrJ, aUortlnj the Stagg'e Pmg Store t" The free illirlliVitTon of eample Tilmpi,nll.i)lng tholiitemo Itching ami itfTcctluga Voltlci of Pr, Jlounkq'e Cough anj lung Syrup, the 1'rKe CO crnte. AdJrcn the Ir. Di6it popular rcmoly for Coujhil ColJe, Conttniptlt'n V luiinctit cure B.xinko MrUcloe Co., Vlyii, Oils. Sold hy Mcliob and Dronchttli uow ou th mat Vet. RcgUIar'tlte SO cents anJJl.W, . etgg. Mt l'llea ar frcjuoBtly lcV, loin nj lower prcccdcU ' ; , ''' ' Thfn go immediatoly and seo BOURNE at the New Drug 'Store, nest door "" to Higgina, STANronD, Ky. . ?ere. t . tFourne Is a danJy; Bourne" act Is the nlceat 20M1 An'd feeds thiglrti on can .... - 4 7" p I i7" P Llnney, Sr. Vice Commander; Wellington ML VERNBN DEPARTMENT. Russell Grover and wife, of the "Beg-Harlan, Jr. Vice ComaMndert & D. Van gar Student" Company;1 and a chamber : :tfandbrJno. B.Fith. . Pelty Adjutant; U. T. Zlamernwn, Q. M; maid, were burned to death;. by fire in the CbrWmas week passed off very! pleas- J. D. Rtndeyls, Surgeon; D. A. Murphy, Opera. Hotel, at Racine, Wis!, last evening. Friday; v 4tti4Jed Ttttadmv Chaplain; W. O Martin, XL D M. Shep-par- i, Another Town Marahaljbas gone the antly, Indeed. 6" G; J. II. Wilson, S. M; Jthn Mattle Newcomb will give a Mis uiual way. Harhn Taylor, who held that a.OO X33Il ANNUM Shaw, O. M. 8. Morganfield attempted ta arrest eap year party position at we have There have been a number of social Workmen were engaged Mondav morn frMnrld strictly In advance. Ifcharged. to Sim llolman, when the rcoundrel shot him 4 wauanv time. S3.80 will be dead.. parties in town during the week just pasted inf laying gas pipe in order that gaa may Mr. A. J. Jones, for many years editor Everybody has. had. a good time, . , Illuminate tho.court. home. and enable. JusKy- December 30, 1884 'bflhe'Columbta 5?aKrT Is dead'afler "a aTTSJ"r'CISr-V,IXJXJE!- . itaafcrf, The postoffice at Pine Hill has been tice to see a little better. Justice has been long illness. He married a Miss Bryant, abolished. The mail for that office is now blind long enough and it is but right that formerly of this county, who with one child delivered at thix place. she should see, as the late Mr. Patch re- Would kindly nek your attention to thp fact,, that they havq .jnst rieturncd W. P. "WALTON. survives him. from the cities with a largo, freih And well wlected stock of . The court of investigation met Isst marked "Somethings as well at others." The Rivers and Harbors Committee Friday and two of our citizens were jailed Christmas night at Shelby City Leslie The old year whose expiriog sighs has agreed to recommend an appropriation because they refused to tell from whom Sharp and Etlaha Lay became involved in reheard in the winds, hue to', been such of $200,000 for the Keatucky..river, $40,000 a row and Lay waa cut in the back with a they had been baying liquor. ga 14 ene that we would haste it4 for the South" Fork of the Cumberland ami The Christmas Tree at tbeobUrcb, for knife. The wounds were dressed and Endless in variety, dainty in quality, and satisfaction in prices, this wo guar While it baa brought ua as a nation no one of $2.000 'for Tradewater. the benefit of the Sunday School, was a de thought at the time not to he particularly autee. Onr aim shall bo of dire at all times to supply every want in our line. treat wealth, it has left no trace The suit of Miss Sarah A. Hill, claimThere was a present of some dangerous. Lay, however, grew worse and calami lies such as 1863 was remarkable ing to be the wife of ex Senator Sharon, cided luccetr. kind for all of the little folks who had been died, it is thought, of internal hemorrhage a. far, but baa given us many cause a for '" for a divorce and division of common, pro X Sharp is v.niler arrest. attendants. A tcarcitv ofmoney and business perty, was decided in her favor. The pro regular Consists tho standard brands of Europe and America. The little dead maple tree in the of Danville, a Pres Rev. J. P. Dawson, Our largo lino days, but degression have marked the litter perty is valued at $10,000,000. byterian Minister, Is holding a few day's re- south eaat corner of the court house yard of cooking stoves includes the justly celebrated "Great Wejlern Risorvo" and the whole thoie who have labored hare oo In Christian county Jake Torian was vival meeting at the church in this placi waa converted into a Christmas tree and many other family favorites. been reasonably well remunerated and have shot dead, and Peter Adcock fatally wound He baa been having excellent audiences, strung with presents for the good little boys OUR CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEEXSWARE STOCK consists in part so cause to complain. The Interior Joun ed through a window by unknown assassins, beioc the first minister of that denomina Christmas morning. Judge Young. Logan ol Table, Tea and max. is among the latter class and is proud while sitting in Torian's house. TLey Chamber Sets complete, Queens w.ap rtebbveut and etched. were tion that has vial led this, place for niauy McKce, town attorney, W. K. Hobbs, marto say that it is prospering, even as well as prosperous' and respectable young farmer?, In the way ol Breadstuff wo name I3uckwIealfioBr,;ihe queen of all tribes. years; His meetings will probably contin- shal "Willie" "Hulett and Henry Price, we onld expect under Jbe circumstances. with no knowsr enemies. . Our celebrated "G. M." patent flour unrlvaHcd'Yor case and pastry, whllo "Detecters,"Jamea Taylor, constable, and ue through the week. The names on our icng luuacripuon uti cable companies are at The Atlantic Q ico and Hominy, our own patictic product, are arrayed as faithful adjuncts. The following named young ladies perhaps others, were remembered. aabrace the best people in this section, war. Rates are down to 10 cents a word Miss Mary Mlu, daughter icf Mr." E. All the delicacies in foreign and domestic confections are here. this place during the -while the paper finds its way to nearly for general business messages to Great Brit .have .been flatting at Miares Annie Higgins and S. Mills, of this place, and Mr. Andrew past week: counTin, Stone, Wooden and Willowware, Electric lamps, Stationery, Canned erery Slate in the Union and many ain and France, 20 cents for plain press of Souorn, Ky , were marriid Miss Msjgie Meats and lruits, and a complete hue of Cigars and Tobaccos. Well this tries of the old werld. We are indeed messages transmitted in regular order and Ella Simpson, Kirksvilli; Lou Randall IIjOTer, morning Thursday at the residence of the Smith, Paint L'ck; Misses trateful to our friends for the continued 10 cents for '.'deferred" nreta husineas. wo have. of and Gallic Brown, London. Mr ;aad Mrs. bride's father. That night Mr. Miller Lte evidences of their good will in the shape BradatreeVa says that the number of A. D. Smith, of Memphis, Tennessee, are and Miss Motile A. Johnson wera marritd Believing that we'cw'Sakeit 'to your nfcreit, we CDnfi!eaUysJ an ex. of a liberal patronage and with each of bank failure In 3554 to Dec. 25 was: visitiM relative at this place. Mr. B. F. at the First Presby ian churcbRev. E. amination of our goods asp jour pntroago," Useaa all the Meetings that they coiild atk 11; State 22; savings 11; private (in Myers and family, of Williamsburg, are II. Pierce officiating in the first instance Respectfully, TAYLOR BROS. ox expect during the coming year. cluding Stockholding establishments), 77. visiting in the county. J. D. Chandler, of and Rev. J L Allen In the second.-JLrrMCiATiKO to its fullest extent that Toti(12lUtfi:lSS3, the total waa 45. The Louisville, apeat hia Christmas with friends fire in one of the upper rooms of eikat contempt is often the most stinging numberoL,failures in mercantile buslnes at.tbis place. J. L. "Whitehead, is back of the jailer's residence bioke out Friday rikskeyaiidhavingBurTertd solongin that was lS'perceBHgreater than last year. from Williamsburg for a few days. Mr. it is tbonghj. on account of a coal fallirg direction from the Countr Journal, tie Yankirk, ot Pennsylvania and Will Rsp- - fromfsfitrate. The carpet, a part of tie MT. SALEM, LINCOLN COUNTY. editor of the Pott tries the withering ef. pert, of Liberty, are yleitlng.at ibis place. iljor, a wardrobe, and some clothing were -- I... ij It -- JT A wedding was expected in TnU-se- c feet of his silence on his hated rival, The r I Alias Jjeua ueatui;, uso reiuiucu ididu destroyed; - The low U Mr.. Shumate I Tt a Tt f Times, but to ill mult. To a man up a tion but the bridegroom failed toVppar Win. if. about $75. Tbevrealdence-fo- f tree it looks very much like he, having but why he failed is not yet known. (It is ativea in town.' who lives a little north of LexingKing, HardHRrc, Horso Nkocs, Clrocerlc, Hfuldlci, found that Watterson doesn't care a reported here.that he waa on ,r,blgh and ton street, also caught fire the same day, Iron, Walla, . XpARRARD CM NTT DEPARTMENT, , ' ctiecuirrnrc, Utiggy HJalpu. tinker'a dam for" anything, :he may say, is wheniient (orftMld be weuld aotglve. one but'was extinguished before much damage Ilnargy IThceln, Nloven, Chuo Mil!, new, iryingto make a reputation as a brave gaol old drunk for a half dczen -wire.r Lane after. waa done. t , Spokes, ; GrutsH, Clt!crilllsi, ' I. 1 - who v auad courageous man by abusing oneI li . En " Has returned from an Mr. Eugene icimft, Ktotiewnre, ' Cein Micalcnt, Cellars, J. 0. Hemphill made an assignment on absence of severalLee " is snore than his peer in intellect, in po In passing, through Middleburg on weeks in Texas. Mr. ' v Waiden.,,Li$bifi . . ' lleieal, personal and sjcial atandiog. But ChjistmaS daf, .we were' galled ' by Johh tbe.231 lost.,, 50 George Benjimin'Bolling is quite ill at 'hfa home Oliver CMlled. Champion Steel and Jrinley Combined Flows, ties $8,000; aaseta (eatimated) JloJOOO Wooden aad when two boxom young bucks buck up W. Wilcher who escorte i us to ills hospl- 11. fc'cru- Cast Pumps, and tha Celebrated Majfieti Elevater. Tin Roof I Burnside's stock ' of drugs sold to on Walnut street. Mr. William atjrwatt)im and show a disposition tofighf,. .table Baacaion,' where in compaQ with, A W. ... . . t - i. ' gham, the gentlemanly representative of ' tog-an- -i Gutterine will have prompt1 attention. r os L.uiatd, wuo' win continue ilham Miller and family and .Middleton the gallant Colonel affects not to bear them L. Hoimer, Clay, Stall & Go , Lexicgipfi was here The Bazir5if en by the . i alewmenjohMM&0M,Jr. .asd thus trie's to maintain the reputation ample jaetlep was done to a Clfrlsmu tqr- - thj business here, among old friends, Sdnday and Mond-ladies 01 the Christian church realittd'a ti- - key. thinks he is making by his constant Miss Mai Merrill is visiting relatives in Oj Saturday the case of Miller, handsome sum. Col. John K. Taieoaa man who justly stands at the Nubvlll. Mr. George Lte returned to , iSiver Ldmbtr Cjmpany of Louisville,-Iat George Denny'. 'Mtas head of his profession in the United States. eer it Green bis home in Taylor county Saturday, hi comes up for trial. Able, lawyers are ex Mollie Burdett has return;d from Parks e Col. Seira is a man of ability, but the and Virginia, Lee, ville.--M- r. who recent, little nieces, Horttn-Oj- the same William H. Arnold, crane of hie paper in opposingeve'ry thing-tha- t pected to be in attendance. accompanying him. Mr Q. I). Woodday there will be a public installation of ly moved from here to Washington county the Courier Journal advocates, whether 0fficersof1h'eiMasonfcbrderahd' McDow- died at the latter place last Friday. His cock and Miss Nannie Jett ware married coed or bad, is tftnply disgusting and tin- evening at the bride's residence in is explcted to deliver (a lecture remains were interred in the Lancaster Tuesday worthv of a man who aspires to the noblel ell Fogle ' "' cemetery Saturday. A Christmas' Tree at ibis county by Bar. J. L Allen. Mr. and On that occasion. vacation of enlightening the world. Mrs. Woodcock left at ence for New Or DE1LIII IX- John Wellf, a boy of 15 or 1C years of the Presbyterian church Wednesday even-' . leans and other points in the South. "We regret to nole that Judge J. A. Phil agr, living near this place, on the 231 inst. ing waa well attended. n D...I..L ATaimnHrif nnn'r An. I v-. aas L.. j,Tv. Many handsome favniiZzri jtT 111 1111K nniiMV who has mi Je the Mouticello Signal took a horse from James Coulter's lot, went and costly presents wtre distributed. lips, v5S?rVf cV"7. marry a laundreaa, do tout courtiae in the trtc Tqut'jr muo$, ?? ZATCX. a Terr entertaining paper, has retired from to Yosemite and appropriated a pair of Elizibeth, an infant daughter of W. B. laundry; bat if you wadt a wife, mtrry the iU editorship. Mr.:G.fW. Ringer is this boots in J. W. McDjniel's store, and two Masan, died Wednesday morning. Bj honest with the world, PbjileliDi' itiialpllcEi icturttilT girl you love. X J" .AIM g AV successor and we wish him great success in ra'rJLPjLB29JEJ"m-."? ", Sinapson'e, return.-- , ""-" -BOYLE COUNT r; ' don't sail under ftlte colon. ,DVt repli e DANVILLE; "hrgdifficalttask. ed, and the hore was found in James over your povert-- ; It is good for you. We Mrs. Mattie J. McDowell sold Friday get most of our Presidents from Illiniii McEinney's lot the next morning. He Judge French Tinos is the boss story writer. His effort in the last Richmond was arrested, the property found, and we to Malcom Weiseger five eharea stock in tanrard and farms and Ohio towptthe. The Largest Stock of "Watches, Olocb, understand that he made confessions, and the Central National Bink this' place at Don't envy any great man my bay. The great Jewelry and Silvcrwara Heavier enlitles him to honorable distinc was Mat to jail, but by what particular pro- $185 per share. man, with his weight of yeirs, and carr. ameng th.t popular class. tion lMibt Ibli Lower than Four handsome new coaches pased envies you every time he passes ;jon by. Etjr Lont. toWitf Market VtitttJtmUj He- ess? of Jaw he was incarcerated, we were tfco Clocks dJ Da.Tno3iAS S Beci,, Liuisvillo'i oldpalrsd oa ihoit notice and Wsmntrd unable to find out. From the boys actions here Sunday evening on the Cincinnati And if you can't be a leader, double leadest and luoat honored physician, was found in the case, his former history and general Southern marked Jacksonville, Tampa and ed, a column long, on the second page, you dead in his room Sunday. character, it is doubtful whether his men- Key West railroad. Thoy were beauties. can be something just as useful, You cin tal calibre is sufficient tohold him respon.Mr. A. t. Jlunson, representing .Mun- - be a little paying four line solid nonpareil MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. sible for these irregularities. son & Oldham, of Uncsville, unto, is put- "td." on the inside, down under a picture Sam Randall has, arrived fn Louisville. Christmas' was .ushered in oV a cold ting up a handsome Iron fence of new de- of Lydia Pinkbam, and (bat will help Gen.E. L.SWiniams, b'rotherVbf Cerro bleak day bdt erery body'secmed to enjoy sign in front of the residence of Mrs. Mc the make up and fill its place in tic J' a per Gordo, is dead. it finely. The inevitable small boy with Mister on Main street. Be anything in the world, my bay, that is The postoffice at Winchester was brok- hid fire crackers was on tvtiy hand. Sin-t- a The Carrie Stanley Vixen Comedy alive and useful. Bi anything but a "dead en into and robbed of 320. Claus seems to have been as profuse as Company should bo passed around the ad." fBurdett'e Boston Lecture. Harrigan & Halt's Theatre Comique ever, in gladdening the children' hearts country as an unmitigated humbug. They As the resul A Year's Suogmaki.vu jstw xoik, ournea. 1j3S3 j:u,uw, with the usual amount of confectionery. "showed" here Saturday night and the exThe Academy of Music at Minneaopo-J- , In one case Santa Clause seems to bare an-- , hibition was as nonsenaical as, as well as of one year's manufacturing, our people required for 18S0, 0,831,701 aides of Minn., is in ashes. Loss $200,000. ticipated the day and presented to the wife Douglass Sherle7'e latest '"booklet." 21,137,00 aides and sk m of upper-leathe- r, The Treasury excess of assets over de- of Richard McDaniel.on the 22id, a fine The Boyle county Medical Society beside leather fold by weight to mand liabilities Saturday $1.37, 12 lb. daughter, On Christmas eve night, met at Gilcher's Hotel Friday evening and pounds. This 000,000. the usual routine of business Dr. L. S. the amount of 32,000,01-the writer had the good fortune to fall in after Gov. Cleveland will resign bis office with an old McMurtry was reelected President and Dr. supply was sufficient to make 12, 47S11 friend, Moses Coffey, near January 6th, when Lt. Gov. Hill will be Fayette Dunlap Secretarr. The meeting pairs of boots and shoes, or a Itle more where he was delightfully d inaugurated governor. than two pairs each for every man, w?man with vocal music by six of the closed with an elegant banquet. Jim Walton, a negro, brutally murder- daughters of our host, with a violin accomOne such The Danville Literary Club met Fri and child In the United State ed his paramour, Florida Scat', at Nicho-lasrill- e paniment by day night at the residence of Prof. J. B. place as Lynn would perhaps req'itrs ( 1 HAS A FEW- himself. The rest cf the Christmas night. daughters were absent. While the whole Walton when "The Chinese treaty" waa weekly supply the slaaghter of four thouJudge Kincaid has arrived in New performance sand cattle, ten thousand goaf, fifteen was excellent, that of the three discussed by Messrs. E. IT. Pierce, (J. II. York with the remains of the famous Ken O. Beatly and Jas. L. Allen; other thousand sheep, the manufacture of fifty Bdee, youngest. Misses Lacy Jasnsr seed 3. B.-r-tucky sculptor, Joel T. Hart. I tba aged 5 and Angie aged 9 years, was re members present were Messrs J. W. Proc thousand yards of co'.ton clo'.h, naar'y a The large hotel at Warm Springs, N. markable. The petite Lucy is a prodigy tor, J. W. Yerkes.J.C. Fales, R. A. John-ston- e ton of silk and thread of every kind, two C, burned Saturday, causing a loss of or three tors of nails and tacks, besidi B and J. A. Cheek. HUSONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. $150,000. It contained 600 rooms. Mr. John Fogarty bought Friday from general supplies of every description Lett over, whicb will be tha very things for The steamer Vint 8pinkle, of CincinThe Christmas Tree at the Presbyteri- Wakefield & Farris 100 acrea of land, this which enter into the composition of shoe. nati, burned on the Mississippi, with her an Harper's Magazine. church Wednesday night was a triumph- side of and on the right of the toll gate on cargo. Loss on the vessel $15,000. the Lancaster pike, for $7,500. This is a success. All denominations participaant A wild story comes from SprlngGeli', Mrs. Frances David stabbed Mm. Lir ted. The house was crammed to the gal- part of the Thomas Barbee place, so well Mass., to the effect that a doctor named zie Way with a pair of scissors at a church lery, the presents tasteful and abundant, remembered by every one who ever lived Wright, who died two years ago, bad left festival in Summerville, 8. C , killing her. the crowd well behaved and thoroughly in Danville. The pond in included in the a confession which has just come to light, Gov. Cleveland will be tendered a repleased, the music fine, Billy Williams and purchase. that he and a party of friends, medical stuception by the City Club of ButTalo. Jan-nar- y Mr. Wm. Ayres and wife, of Louisville, dents, removed the body of a Miss Newman Rsx Reid as twin brothers of the Santa He ia offering them very low, and, more than that, will give n following the charity ball of the 10, Claus family unrivalled, the Sunday school are spending a few dayb with Mrs. Ayres' from the grave shortly after her burial at 9th. J. It, Mills & Co'd. printing works and children, in whose behalf the entertain- father, It. W. Giveus, Eiq. Mies Carrie Egemont, and took it to Albiny and began a large portion of the Masonic Temple at ment was gotten up, jubilant. The veter- Walters, of Lincoln, has been visiting dissection; that life was found not to be ex OF Cincinnati, burned involving a loss of 3175,-00- an Superintendent, J. B, Green, was about friends here forthe past week. Dr. K. W. tinct, and the woman was restored to life TO BOY, as happy as he can be this side of home, Dunlap who has been quite ill for several but without her reason. She has since infidel, who, it is alleged, and will press hie favorite work with Piquet, an more days, is considerably better this (Monday) been cared for by the uncle of one of the waa paralyzad while denying the doctrine energy in the future. morning. -students, her reas3n having b;ca reco7ered. Anti a Pretty- of eternal punishment, died Saturday at Ben Row, colored, ol Garrard, former She married and baa lived in New ork for Oa Monday evening the dwelling of Toroato. Mr. B. N. Allen near Dunnville, in Casey ly of of this place, sold and delivered to A. several ycara while bcr friends thought her old county, took fire while the family were out Hutching, of this connty, on Christmas Dave McGinnls, a sixteen-yea- r dead. boy, shot and killed Jerome Gay at Bur-giand with all its contents, together with the day 8,570 lbs. of white burley tobacco raisJohn Martin decided to starve himself to Gay and his brother had assaulted outbuildings were consumed. The family, ed on four acres of ground belonging to H. McGinnls. consisting of the aged couple and a daugh- O. Sutton, of Garrard. This is an aveiage death at Maysyille, Ojt., but his neighbors C.AuItman, of the great agricultural ter, were comfortably fixed and fully sup- of 2,111 lbs. per acre and considering the took an opposing view of his undertaking implement manufacturing firm at Akron, plied In every cents' worth of Toys. Go as soon as you read this to particular. The Insurance quality it is thought to be the finest yield and appointed a committee to hold him, Who buys twenty-fivO.kdead after accumulating a million or on their property had just expired and yet reported in this part of the State, pry open his mouth, and pour gruel down more of dollais. their son, J. W. Allen, of this place, was The annual election of officers of the his throat. After this had been doce Frank Hurd will contest the election negotiating for a policy In ano'her com Masonic Lodge, Saturday night resulted as dally for a week he promised to eat norif Jacob Romeis to Congress from the Tole pany. The sons are rallying to the aid of follows: II. G. Sandifer, M.; C. N. Smith, mally. do district. It is alleged that Romeis is he old folks and they will soon be rein- 8. W ; Morris Yeiser, J. W.j I. H. Thomas, ''Do you want some butter on your stated. oot a citizen of the United States. Treas.; 8. D. VanPelt, Secy.; A. J. Potts, J. bread?" asked Johnny's step mother in a Three train wreckers were hung in Cor. Maiu Wathed Out Hair. Sts., D.; P. A. Marks, Tyler. The officers elect cooing tone of voice, there being company Miawlswlppl by the friends of their murder-learadThere la a tort cf r.IJ, chalky complexion were Immediately installed by Past Grand the table. "Just suit yourself," replied at and two negroes were drowned which the noTellals call a "washed out complexof Lexington, the self sacrificing little fellow, "bnt if you ion." It Is ghastly enough ana no iniitike. Master W. Li rue Thomas, mob In North Carolina for burglary. by Waihed-ouspread it as thin as you usually do I won't faded, colored or hair who happened to be present. C E. Simmons, local Treasurer of the la almost aa repulsive aad melancholy, Parker's Friday nigbt at a meeting of Major get none of the the taste in my mouth, no "L.N.,atLouivil!a, is the latest default- Ilalr Balsam will restore jcurhalrto Its original Robert Anderson Post G. A. R. the follow. bow, I like it best thin if it is like the but. t ' er la that wicked cltyi: He Is short $34-00- 0 fcolorj vbjijeTerU was; tronn, aulurn or black. ing officers were elected for the ensuing ter we have when there is no company AND in hi accounts and has fled' to Can- Whywear noca'on'your head, when too way ca ITIIIWT CIIOlcW. . year. D. B. Goode, Commander; C, L here." ally hare lively, shining hair. ada, -' Sfw-JHtuMiInlmorloraxI ni i ij The New .f Groce.de and HardwareHouse of . TAYLOR BROS. DSLY- dle. (bank-foSaee- Me FaaeMy ffooewica. Our Hardware and Foclxatf Cuitlory , v-w- , wt tr ;Jm.i.. ..-i.- n. Wi Hi HIGGINSi liar LapCerer,' ;' . . " ' j. ...... . ., " y. ie s PHARIVIAGIST5, tti( ! 1 ..,. a' i:?,"r"',J. - ' tfArsfSCr1 7(iJZ?ZZLJ ,'7Tv vi t r " JEWELERS- h, "":- T. R. WALTON Tlie Cheap Grocer, sole-leath- 1 enter-tertaine- CI. Ml 4 SOMERSET STS. -- oxcRisrriMLiUs goods NEW YEAE PEESENTS FIRE CRACKERS EVERY 0. PACK ) ' n. Picture Book to Every Girl, o T. R. WALTOHTS, aud Somerset es J t, parll-colore- d Stanford, - - - liCentixclsy, .- GET JT f4 &M(-3Seck- Head the announcement of the Taylor Toys, Ac', for 'New' Year' Vresente at T. Bror. Hustonville and gire them a call. R. Walton's mi- -' They will treat you right. Mia Mahy Dunn away died Saturday December 30, 1884 of consumption, aged about 25 year. Stford, Ky., Suicide. Mrs. John Benedict, of the We BTinpatbizo with Mr. G. 0, Lyon and Milledgeville neighborhood! soot herself wire in the lots of their bright little child through the wind pipe, Saturday, while in MM LOCAL TIME CARD, : a pet with her husband. An old negro wo of four yeaw, 12 45 T,u liahlritnttnc'Norti....... --7 mtn who was there says she heard her say " South .......--. ...... ...... 1 6 tf n,' J. II, Jfoci;Kit,' his par'chued. the to her husband that she was going to see DQUlD.k... J JI,iI. KXPIHIItlin" .M..r 1 45 i,K. ' " Norh houioaad lot owned by Dr. Steele Bailey her mother and on his replying that he Tbi abore la ealcuiiUsl on standard time. Hour on Lancaster street for $2,100. could furnish, her no way, she answered l! Rieriorlottrml J. .C. Bryan sold ,tu Williama & Ramee y a lot of ICG lb. hogs at 4. I hare 44 good cotton mules ready for market f ' r i i 4- - I t A " KV-- ft . I have a pair o aged work mules. 15 hands high, well broke am! brlk, for rale Ctll on John Green or J. E Cirson, near Crab O. chard, Ky. W. T. Green. Cholera Has recently killed $2,000,000 worth of hogs in Nebraska, and there is vir Urn I abouUO niloulea fastae tually no market for corn i' cents per Christmas and the next day or so were "I'm going or kill myself one." Benedict bashel being the price Farmers are burncold end snowy enough, but yesterday the went out and in a few moments a shot wss ing it in preference to coal at 22 t DriiRfl, Wall Paper, WlncH. Mimical Buy your echool books from Tate & breeze was as balmy as eprlng time. heard and the woman found dead. She UOOKK, Clictulcalg, InHfriicnicnlB, Liquor ennv. PllllltH, iKUfH. Ntutioncry, was a daughter of Mm. Ely, of this place, Litlle Barefoot Accepts and Namet Jan. 2nd. A'OCKei II. J. Daust offer for Kale 12 building and waa considered a woman of good Watches ami Jewelry repaired on short SoapH, OIIh, Cutlery, louaccoR, tenee lo Mcurt A. R Pennr, J W Alcorn Col notice and warranted bf Tate ATenny. feet, between Stanford and PctTnmcry, lotr, 00x132 Fire Artng, ftfachlu IF. O. Welch, and rthtrt: stock of Jewelry, latest Rowland, well located and accessible. A coMrLCTE NeeMlles. The Masquerade Bkatc Saturday night Answering your Tate style, Rock ford watches n specialty. Onr JoTrclrT, MIrervrnro and Optical Goods reminded one of the first daya of that very kind and highly flittering call upon Tims. Richards, nlio vrlll Repair Watches and Department Is In Charge of Col. & Penny. Clocks promptly and in the best The wires of of John Z. Hpoonamore, amusement here. The hall was well filled the ' Little Barefoot Company," published style. Wllljam H. Tucker nnd H. C. Rupley each with PERSONAL, spectators who seemed to enjoy the in a recent issue of this , piper, to repeat presented them with Christmas gift, bounc- make-u- p and antic of the maequeraderp, Mn, Jiff. J. Polk, of Allamont, was ing boys. the entertainment given for the benefit of who weie out in considerable numbers and here this week, Band, we TrtE Christina Tree at the Christian dressed In every conceivable way. Amoog of the Stanford Gold and Silver Boraer-set- , MjfaFLon.nKCK8iiErrABt,of the honor of accepting vour pledge of was a thing oCgreaj beauty and Its the young ladies who took psrt were Miss have Church is with Mlea Mock. nnd now announce to 4 load of fruit carried, joy A nuny a little Mary Reed, the petite little beauty, who liberil ptrohf e, Mn. li. G. Ai.ronVba returned from the 'public that L'ttle Barefoot will again num. honored the Interior Journal by ap heartandblgonetoo. There,were a rlilt lo relatires in Ohio. the pearing in a full suit made of that paper, appear at the Opera Houre on next Friday ber" of valuable gold wifchw amo'eg Cjuio-DupofiRichi prerents. Miis.Juua evening, Jan 2 id. Very Gratefully, e'c. AND which could not have encased a more ttond, is vl'iling relatires here. LlfTLE Barffoot Co. Marshal Xewlanu had to knock J. precious package. Toen there was Mies Stanford. Dec. 29.h, '84. ! Mira Bkiita Siinevc Is spending the W. White, of Richmond, down with his Annie Alcorn a my lovely little Martha holidays with her parents in Lebanon. him for disor- Washington; a pretty pair of school girls A Full ami complete assortment of Furniture, enibraclug evXKVf ADVrRTISEHESTfs. Miss Mattie McAustkii, of Dm-vll- le, billy before he osuld aireat derly conduct. Dr. Reld sewed up the were Misses Mattie Vandevecr and Mary ery thing from (lie Cheapest to the Fiucst Nultca. Ne has been vlelttog bir brothers "here, wound which embraced the whole top pf Alcorn; Miss Julia Cooper wu a Flirt and need to go to the Inrjrc cities to make your purchases, no matter Mi8 Belle Cook, a pretty little Hus. , looked even saucier than usual in a blonde Look, Read and Remember what quantity t quality you want, and will tlnpllcate tontlltlao, waa the guest of Mrf. Dr. Huff, laouiiuwi.uciu, THAT any prlccn yon can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Also Bob Hail wag cut in the body in two wig; Mies Emma Siufley was a faecinatiog , . man. T. little Snow Flake; Miss Rhoda Portman, j a full assortment of Cofllus, Cavcs, Khrouds and Itobcs, embracMtts Kittie Wuay has gone lo places the other night by a negro boy nama choice Hoe It Hill whipped a charming Pocahontai; Miss Kate Hall, a lliend, on hind withtimes. Alio a of CVtiand ing all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. H'are rooms Bloomlnglon, 1 1 , to remain with rslatlrea ed Charley Tucker whom he had Irein lino of st all ffb for seme of his iw. The little rascal got sweet little fbwer girl and Miss Ellen TkSfttit all klndi I am lo prepared to do opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford. Ky. till Snrlntr. itillnj for cuitoiicri. AH orders fur Wearen, a demure but pretty nun. The crnaineattogexeruted it abort notice. IclDg and -- Mn. L. II. Ramsey and wife, of Lex- away and his not since been seen. The jr. T. It A It KIN. young gentlemen maskers weie Dr. W. B TAYLOR'S lt,pR ington, who hate been tiilllng here, return- woundi were not serious. a Bnce. cli Pennr, James and Will Severance, Jim Co. ed yesterday. Srr..1DrlY Any of our citlttm who want nice work Reld, Hugh Porter, Robert Feczsl, Eldie and Miss BetjrSo Mus. H. C. TnurnnAitT I B.I betof photographs, can not do Wi ENCIWt? Walton, Bourne Pennington, Er.h. PenCHAMBERS BURG, PA. State In the way sy Pennington are attending the A uetJnof lho EtoclhcWeiiof (be National ter than to call at Hpilnun,' gallery in our nington, George Dann, Willie Walton, Five Awards at the Louisville zpoai Bank; will be held at tbtlr Baqklng Uoum in Teachera' Contention at Louisville. neighboring city, Harrod'burg. His pic- Bob Hail and a couple of drummers, who tion in 1883. Uuitonvllle en TUESDAY, JAKUAKY 1JTU, . Maj. Theodore Kiko la back from tures have been greatly admired and praisof electing nloe Dlractori to kinder got left in their efforts to "mash." 1(81, hz the iurf Kentucky so well that irg,Mmwjr. p, Engine from 2 to 2M hore power, hit Mllla froir England. He likes ed by the cultivated In the centrea of re- - Skating was kept up several hours and then icrre lor the ariulEg year. --fe. J2W to the Urc.it standard lira. TortablA Corn' 1 lLR " are glad he'couW nbtiretieimatayand Cv-ssyai.p-Mills tram tin soi to Carolina MUlgton Co., tht. 401 jr. ir.fOCKEff.Caibier. fiaement. He, use the. oukkeat rproceas the fun waa changed to dancing, Mr. Sam beet Mlila In the world for rail In meal for table to hare him back. ue. Write fir prices. Address j and makes it a point lo secure a pleasing Straus kindly furnishing (he piano music. and Clarence, of Mks.F J. AMUONY expression on the facei of bis sillers. A feature of the entertainment was the GEO. D. WEAREN. Lebinon, and Mim Bettle Parsons, of the. of GENERAL, AGT Academy, spent Christmas with the P. HAMTON, It Is gratifying to obierve that the Ma- performances of the Gold and Silver Bind, A meetingwillthe itockbolderiofbankingFint lo hoare Bank thrlJ at their 6Unfurd en the teond Tueeday 1b Jiouiry. 18S, . . t sonic Lrtdge, No. CO, ao long abindoned which was greatly enjoyed. Traveling AgeoU Sn.NFi ao, C old folk at bosne.. EuiMCTeu-iic- a for the rurncM o tlccllcg eleven Ulrtctura to Mrjwrtu J. C, Flobesce and T. F. her, is to be Infueed with life. The OJil terTe tlie eniulog rear UARRIAOES. JUIIN J McROBERTS. Caihler. UCtd Spink, both tralndlspalchers, are sick, and Fellow's J I all fass Seen secured for a Lodge Marv Mr. Jamei C. Elmore and Mi B-A.R,G-A.IImctt of thtlr work efevoUes on Mr. Matt Boom and a list of officers elected who will SrS A. East were married at Mrs. Moutray'e on Woodwr, "ho Iaarlsled by Sam Kennedy see that the order Is thoroughly revived. baa removed his Thsy are A. R Penny, worshipful master; the 21'.b, Rev. J. M Bruce officiated. A toctIngtfthe itxibolJera of tb farmers Dn.J. J Wilbos MIm Clara E. Singleton, daughter ol Kitlonil Baok will V belJit thilr banking bouse inablll-t- y J. It McClary, senior and'H. J. Lhrst, junfamily to McKinney, owIok to his In Stanferd on th second Ttiwday In Janiury, Aaron Singleton, of this county, and Mr. lbJ, for thaparpsuortleitlng nine Dlrec'os to to procure a bouse bere, so acsree are ior warden; B G. A Iford, secretary; J. C. Chriet-ma- s terv the enmug year has a very in- Hajs, treasurer; M. G. Nevlu, steward V. D. D. Hye, of Adair, celebrated J. II OWSLEY, CuMer. ther We regret this as he becoming one. day by teresting fimllr. who hare nude many and tyler, .. i. Eldridge D. Smith and Mite Stllie M., friends here. TutiiE stetas to be no end (0 the money daughter ol Stephen Vanderpoo), made the Mr.M. C. MtLtrit, Jb., with his fami resources of the people of Stanford and vl fur-nlChristmas of 'SI a memorable day in their clnitv if the question of National Bank ly Jef for AwUr, Tens, where be will ! ! A Uvea by uniting their deitints for better or half the capital for anew bank. Mr. stock is 'involved. Mr. R. W. Hocksr for worse. "' TOTAX.PAYEn3"oi? LINCOLN CO- .-I will ' Miller has been with the Farmers Bank came here lait week from St. Joe, Mo., to A triple wedding took place at London adTtitlrt for nlf all the real cUte that thi taxes beok-leapand by he'te fo'r semi lime-aralee ftlO.000 of the proppsed $100,000 aranot raid onlij Jan. (tb, 1S8I, also the camrs Which I mu nnlliorl7.eel to Hell very Low Prices lo retlttcc on Chrlstmis night. Miss Laura B Hackor aU delinquent tax lujeri that have not pitd hy hfs close atfBt)onilo Jbueluewi and polite in the Saxton National Bank capiMock. These chlcles are all 1'IUST-CLAS- S aud same time. ney and Mr. R. G. Ward, Mies Sa'llie who join second to noiio umde. 401 tal, and in lers than two days succeeded in jr. .v, JIEXEFEE, S. L C. mantris has made many friends and Mr. M. T Craft, and Miss Lydia the gettin. 00.000 subrcrlbtd and still the cry May Brown and Mr. G. D. Jackeon were us in wishing him great good luck in waa for more. This in addition to $50,000 Star State. Lone theparties. The wedding trip Includes a just eent br M. C. Miller, Jr to establish a visit to the New Orleans Exposition COMMISSION LOCAL MATTERS. bank at Auitin, Texas, and some $20,000 Mr. John Atkins, a young carpenter every , drJ,lio,, at subscribed to Gen. Gano's cattle ranch In Finn worW?f from Virginia, stole Mira Mary Amon from the same State". mkesf 130.000 sentout In Bright k CurranV the parental roof last week and tl:d to Jell-co- , Will be reproduced, ly request. in the last two weeks. t Tcnn., where he made her his wife. The Dolls innumerable, Fancy China every conceivable style. S.S.Myers, t The Creamery is now a fixed ficTi the bride was a pupil in the Female College centlemenly scent, Mr. W. II. iB Taylor here and though Toung, but 14, is very on IgnGo to 8. 8. Myers' branch house having after several weeks effortsecured large for her age. Her father was the madFriday Night.. for Oysters in bulk, celery, Ac. iter slrtei the necessary amount of subscriptions,'?-50- 0 dest man Friday when he found out how be closed A wo lot of chamber eets will Tho subscribers are W O.' Welch, 10 he had been outwitted but it is to be hoped might week only, out at owt for this share.; Mil. Emma Rochester, 1; T. P. that he has cooled off by this time and said AT Curran. Hill, Sr., 2; J. M. Brent A Co., 2; W. P. "come to me arms me children." a f.- - ii..iiinm will tav a rcwanl lor Walton. 2; and Meun. A A. McKinney, Invitations to the mirnago of Mm few P. M. McRobens, J. S. Hocker, M C.Siu.'-ley.- Julia, daughter of Senator and Mrs. R. B' the return of his floe fur collar, lost a n OrrosiTK nights iioc. J. Owsley, J. J. McRoberU, Hugh Lovel, of Maysville, to Dr. John H. Sam-ue- l. Nunnelley, J. - KENTUCKY, Seargent, J. P. Bsiley, A. T. have been received by the numerous DANVILLE, -CntusTMAB baa been rather dull here, H. C. Bright, J. C. Hays.lclloh-.r-i friends of that charming young lady in all bu s. Oarae always on only amusement E. Bruce, Meiliarsrtelt the Rink furnishing the A Rtae. Prnv ft McAIifter. T. R. this vicinity. The ceremony recurs Jjn. band and In Its KUion, oysters fr.sb llib, ana slui- (I.t .'.Hr.rl.f wirwl In ill BtTlfS Slid (11 SbOTt Isr the joung people. C. Walton, M. Peyton, H. S. Wither, R 13th. We do not know the prospective notice. Losk out for the sign ' Woodbine Heitau-ran- t" crick- - Warren, F. Reld, J F. Peyton, J. W. Al and call when you are hungry. groom but we do know the inteuded bride T. R. Walton oflers a pack effire ''" '. II. MASOSIiEIJlER UanT.lle, Ky. a rretty picture djo corn, Steele Bailey, W. E. Amon, G. W. and can truly sty that he who has won her era to ever boy and of Bronaugh, I. M Bruce, 1 each. The build-iriRcent- - worth ienot oily to be congratulated but envied to every girl who buys 2 are to be begun in 00 daya and every in his good fortune in securing eo precious toys. drcldedly thine rcsdv in a short time thereafter The a jewel for a life companion. The Japakehr Tea was a Craig's ei'ate, I will offer at desirAsAgentof Rev. F. S. Pollute, pastor of the M public auction John soil prirately belorejon brought $70 lo location at Baffib Springs is a mos', (If not nice and plesant affair and in the E Church South, of Stanford, stole a than $50 of able one and we are can fident that 5, 1895, -- TOthe treaeury of the ladles, more stitution will be a paying one to its share- march on his parisboners and quietly left MONDAY, JANUARY County Court day, In lro-j- t of the Conrt'IIouM which war net. holders and prove both a convenience and a to take Christmas with hi pirenls as was dooriu fctanford, thf Tract of Und containing crpoe the reildence Sharp about Is a row at Shelby City, Leslie knife source cf profit to the farmers and others supposed, but it has leaked out that he has of Mre. .73 lrr',ljlng ou the Cr.b Orchard John II. Ehank., the cows. jien ih having milk ndiof Pevton tuiurr and gone lo give himeelf a Christmas gift to iv. .,t .i cut ElisbaLny In the abdomen, II j' Darst. Kcrlu her inioraixitan address uie bswila and penetrttlrp pwlng through the The Manager of the Opera Houee feels a Miss Emma V. Goggio, of Washington, at Lebanon, Ky. r.4. T. CltAlO. remained until he deeply mortified that be should have per Ky., to whom he was married on the 25th died. mlttcd such a trjupa as the Carrie Stanley in'at , Christmas day. Dr. J. W. Fitch effici-atinHe will, however, return with hi? .... c.nsniii Trltoranh save two Lin- - Combination to have desecrated his stage misbehaved in church there with their foul preenco and to have per bride to resume hia pastoral work by the coin youths by a young petrated so vile a fraud en his patrons and lit Saturday in January, at which time -and were effectively reproved BOTH IX- " please. We want friends. Duped by their lithographs and his 21 quarterly meeting comes up aud Dr. FOR lady. OWe their names other nice paper, coupled with a lot of Fitch, his Presiding Elder, will be with to expoee them at home. V. notices which he now believes to ba him here to attend said meeting. rode up presi i,l l nailed The other day when Joe Tapp , was induced to give them a date, begus, he RELIGIOUS. of latt year wltFoi some boys set cfl tome fire to Crab Orchard he will never cease to regret. It conwlni illustrations, prices", frightened his an net that dcscrimloni and dlrcctloni for planting all Beginning with next Sunday, Rev. J. on the atreet, which crackers On the pretense that one of the women of vSttabto wid SEKDS. Ijuliis, etc. His arm horw and caused it to throw him. the cast was sick, she was no doubt drunk, M. Bruce will devole his entire time to the dTM; Injured, was broken nnd ho was olhirwlie the alleged "versatile actor," Charles li, Btptiat church here. fatally. The boys, II Mown, Burns, announced that he would have to The protracted meeting held at New perhaps AND TI1INK- Hope church by Key. John Goodinjglosed be mado to eufler a severe penalty. should subjtitute a couple of farces for the aweet'scent-e- d last Sunday with twenty four conmione. in which i.,!....n nleaeure to announce that Carrie alone tookhe and the proved him- -- TMonticello Signal. parts. He & Loxiisville, Tt.refoot" will he reproduced at TSti Rer. W. Shocsmitb, a Methcdiet min- evening. self to b the worst fakir in the business the Opera House here next Friday THton, Flaming county, has been Chicago well and as to tho star, she simply disgusted ister, of Everybody who attended hefore was bo who was unfortunate enough to auepended from the ministry, on account demand wai made everyone nleaued that a general meets Conference THE OXLY LINE BUSKIKtt behold her coarse, flabby figure, clothed in of immorality, until it. .r.nn.l tendition and the comnany again. . Although a soiled and wellworn Mother Hubbard. Carsl Afler diecriblng the "infernal" regions haa kindly coneented to give It. A number of the audience left and those which constitute a pirt of the great city of .plendidly performed hefore, Improvement remained showed more self control AND EOUD TIt:N8 Kincaid eay in the .in l. nromiaed. The Gold and Silver who we had imagined a Stanford audience London, Judge C. E. la In these depraved BEFORE MAKING YOCR SELECTION. than Louisville Tima: It and the hand will give horoa have arrived TO CHICAGO LOUISVILLE excellency that capable of, though they did hiss the bums .ml lnnthitome localities that the Rev. Geo. aome exhlhttlonu of their roundly several times. A pelting with O. Barnes is endeavoring to evangelire. It his good work if it will night. Let everybody he there. Notice. Pasiengers trow the Knox-Tl'decaying hen's fruit would have beeh more is a wide field for Branch of L. A N. It. R. arrlre In LouUtIIU . Filch, of appropriate. Tho manager asked the lead- only bear fruit. In time to take the eeeolng train of the "Mocon .D. FmEENOiNE3.-Mr.B.FRoute" and go through to to eell one ing men of tbo audience about the propriLAND. STOCK AND CROP. LoulKville, has been here trying Greencastle. CrawfordsTlHe, Larajett Engine to ety of returning the money to those who of hl Improved Chemical Fire aud Chicago without change. -- J. E. Bruce sold to J. C. Caldwell 30 member had bought ticketr, but with one accord TIME TABLE. the City Council, but whilo every head 1,107-lb- . cattle at 4J. earnest y they agreed that it was best to let the Daily. Dally. bTATIONS. of it aeta the necessity of one and haa sold his house and lot at Joe money In swindlers keep it, as otherwise they would .t 7 41 p tn 8 M am desires lta purchase, there la no to a Richmond party for $700. Loulsillle....-Ar- r, Rowland, Lie. 1 01 a m JBt-noL-Tox-c2 01 pm made a be unable to leaye town. They departed Oreencastle .... a.the treaaurv. Mr. Fitch, however, 3 OS am S 0t pin The Richmond Jlcgntcr reports tales " CrawfordsTllle . rr p mat 1 13 a in I 12 PW Lafayette- fair proposition and v.e hope the on the midnight train the sums nijht, be- of 21 fat mules, S and 4 years old, at $125. ,very SO a ru 8 50 pin 7 -. " Chicago an 1if ..-- . .., 'ter will yet aemimo tangible fhape. We ing hastened to the depot by & lot of boye -- Curtis uaia.oBuu, .IhaU- kataa ...ol Tne act direct rout, with only one ihangawa from fire and judging who fired Roman candleB at them asd m tA r.nnnto.il nt rncr rattle to need some protection nn rtn( tn wimhiIo. Mlnnraota. lo Wm Enginea frightened them almost to death, as they from the testa that the Chemical Knight, of the PD Handle Railroad, for thing supposed the youths would aleo ufejheir Lou!nlUe.Kr have been rut to, they re the veiy j "8- $150,000 cash. pistols. for us. K. sil. James A. Djty, nesr M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky., 'i' ..........t Lamp, Wen - JO UNDERTAKER, Healei- in JJ'iiviiitiire Parlor sr aalcim J. HARRIS 803-2- 1 Stockholders' Meeting. VPtt Jm , .4i&rfiA4 Taylor Manufacturing -fc- .!! gfii 'myr Low-cnth- Stockholders' Meeting. Ka-tto- v Stockholders' Meeting. d I . Xaast Call! TAXES !TAXES In Buggies3 Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys, Speed Wagons, Spring Wagons and Buck Boards. s er, se largo consignment received from the Spikes Wagon Company; also several ColumbusBuggy Company's Vehicles, at LittleBAREFOOT &xzo. d. mrx:iLRSBr9 MERCHANT. At Opera House JANUAWY, 2nd, CocaT-Uovi- HOUDJY '85 E. rtlasonlieimcr's Restaurant PRESENTS n - SALE P LAND. niHi HAVE THEBrT r g. JTrERRY'S PLEASE EVERY ONE, P&o RQE7Erx21 FERRY&CO.D5fiI QUALITY & PRICE, -- e, "ItIOXON BOIJTE." New Albany Railway. It will Be to Your r, Pullman Palace Interest to See Our Goods le Trr -- The Largest and Cheapest Line of Candies, Nuts and Foreign Fruits 3Blxreir i .- -.., 1. -- , J&R!8S$3.'2Zm BrougHt to BRIGHT & OURRAN:- 4 n V" --y Wi ; V i , thing go as well as can be la aucVcea.., the fear ef talc whWi made ate wish that the cotton ef "throwing Tha W. F.McCLARY- girl must bo kept In socloston arid, quiet for opium would holdther In its drowsy grasp the stocking" it still practiced in parts of JSEmragcehlggnteriorJomrml at .least a fortnight or three weeks, il groaned for hours longer. It a'rsnJIJale fnrrepreaenttttveof Uoeola counThis wish wns granted. Hour after hour West Virginia, according to a correpon-den- t ty, tubjtbt to tht action ot the democracy. bappin it Phil as I thouzht of what would He for the Cincinnati lima Star December 30, 1884 Idd was arrested and carried liefore tho I tot Iby her motionless form. Now and Stanford, y. JOHN II. MILLER magistrates, accused of tho awful crime, again glanced front tho baautiful, sense- - writes: "While here I bard one young ;; From that moment until the day or her less face, and looking out of tho window Ueruan driving in tht country ask anoth- la a tan Jl Jate 'or repreaeotatlvt of Lincoln roun. w the snow still falling. Would my me. death she would bo insane. ty InthtntttLegliUtute, tibjMt to tht aatloa or tttt democracy. Yet, what help was there for itl Tho mo ungor over be able to roach town; if ho did er, "GoUg to throw tkt stock tag FOR THREE DINNER ment tha deed Is known tho moment Mrs. so, would ho bo ablo to return! I was bound I asked wkat it meant, and leareod that THI QRIAT ; Wilson learns that Sir Morvyn Ferrand has to have a woman's aid. Tho presence of the tome German "Msedcbtn" wtt to be marbeen found shot through th heart, she will roughest daughter of tha plow would be DECEMBER N A PRISON STOCKADE, lot it bo known that Lidjr Ferrand Is at welcome .to mo when Philippa awoke. And ried that Bight with a big wedding. 25, 1864. A Itewardof Two Huoprod Dotlart will be palj "Throwing the Hocking" waa a game which hand; ani Lady Ferrand, who has been it was now tints she did so. of the Jate J. N Benedict for the Although I felt her pulse almost every was fan for the guests, but which procras- by the friends murderer, Henry Roberts. Roberta passing under tho nam) of Mrs. Farmer, will rapture of hit l other minute, aniooald Bal no reetoa for Three bo sought and found. And then and then la about H years of at. 4rk oomelwtoa, baatl Pram Tlmnkeaivliig to Clirlitnia bad coonunaac. rathEvenltaho didnotdio at once oven If alarm, I am bound to sy that horloag tinated fan for the bride and groom. When eyes, smooth nteo sad veryprobably ISO oounds. fipoonruU of Gookat ud Thrre or the tiro hid retired and covered up nil but er heavy built, welghlnc she recovered oh, tho shamo of tha trial I sleep, protracted far boyonl any I had In Jlcnl Wntchlnsr a Tin "Gunboat" No Jury couli or would convict hen but for myexparianpa wen proJucoJ by the exhibitheir head, the vouog, unmarried guests e Memory. A Philippa, myqueon, to stand in tho dock, tion of nircotics, rondoroJ me very uneasy. were admitted to their room. A yarn ! To know that. i snail, i nm suro, scarcely bo credited when to nlea 1 fur hor life. Blocking ittn&de into a bill, and the stria whether convicted or acquitted, the dejd . l eay thatl'hlllppa'i unconsciousness lasted I hare been titpolnt asint for tat saie of ths N"ow York Sun.l was dona by her. To know that all Eng- - for 10 hours from 0.3.1 at night , to. il.30 on get into line with btckt to the bluth(ng farm of ltt. Ptxvbe p. lilalo tnd belts, conUlnlnsj On tho lait Tburwlay of November, fSOt, ISO land Is talking of Jier wrongs audheht'ongo-anco- . Mio following afternoon. I began then to bride. TheSrstcns throws the stocking on thaAerett, lylngi ol a mile from Huitontllle Lltxriv tlKoaaaibersbyontr It privste- tlireo of as sat In a shebang ia tha prison Horrible! ' Horrible t It shall sovor think the durptio.1 abnormal aai, date. lv. ltbaiajrtoddwelUBthouM ot two itcteles Shebang; was wrtnt itockade at Florence, S. C. over her tboulder, aiming to hit the head aad 8 rooiua;TieldastataectaryouWbildtnt. of-mined to take" soma steps towards arottstag give' her be. Rather the prison word for a dwelling conitructed opium heavy will I to close a draughtfor- J bor. of the blather. Etch oaa tries, as J tha tt Is wall watered aad Is teed. rica taaa woria enough her eyoo SHORTEST AM -- SAHCKEST MVTE in this way. It wai in tba afternoon Wo ever. Tboro will bo plenty mora of tho uVMlarll But I was spared lh rospoatsbtllty. Sao one that hiti will be mtrrled firs'. The miipKnwilhinli further partlculare. raoif LoutjVitt to THt s Apply to me lor Lad received our about throe drag loft stirred on tho couch. Her ruraed languidly boji for msl 2)7 31,01 Ml. T. II VH IT, Stanford, Ey mblospoonf nlj of gookas, or cow pea, and try thit tame gsme with the groom Her dark eyes opsned, Fool that I wasl Why d.d I do things on tho pillow. n littlo over a pint of corn meal had cooked Thi custom it Why, for her sake, did I closed, ani opened again. She looked at with a like expectation. and eaten thorn, And wtro sitting on tho by" halves 1 lwaonar, not at first soemlag in a still in vogue hire in old grraian fsmtllee, C3r- - 3FI- Wltheat ckttg to ground floor of the shebang, our eyos,Utt-isml- f not hide the dsad man wtaero noa would meknow dax or, to me, tmderstaad way L was although it has btea dropped by thott who Sad him! Why did I not rifle his pockets, to -- aaraaaswrtXoeavilU, Metaehte, turned roofwards, while our thought Ultf near harder wborooko wet A. pre? so that suspicion should have polated to a were as shallow as our faces. moved iato the busr Weal. There it no Jackaoatilla. UeblJ5S17h1 w DtWtat. wildest auxiety, We were silent for awhile. I was tin first vulgar murderer some one who had killed tHttil she spoke. I leaned ovar,.bec aad, waited time for each foolbantM in country where him for mora plunder! Why did t not, at O., and Indtaaaawtta, Louisville, Ky., Cincinnati, lo speak: EST ROUTE TO FLORIDA lod., dealers In SUInwsy A Bona', Dacket Hroa.'. "Thanksgiving's gone, b)jrs, but if vre lire least, destroy any letters or papers which to Lttlo by littlo her bewilderment soeniod wealth and vo'ers are netded. , la Palaee Cars Without Chang. IJalnM', J.4C. FlKbor, Vok A 8odi', BaUwta 4 leave her. Hor oyes rested with curious were about him! Identification might then until Carism&s we can hire n dinner, ani CotUge, Upright hod eMutre Piano Portea; U ttid that one tree tatrks the earner Co.'a have been rendered difficult, and pjrhaps inquiry upon mine. "IlisiU" sin said faintly, It SHORT LINE TO THE EAST won't bo hungry after wo haw eaten it." also tbt Eater, ishonlafor aad Haailltoa Orftae. 1st a tons of surprise, "you hero! Where ' From Loalivfll la fatec Cars wHltat (aaag. tad Unas to "HowP inquired my two comrades, boon delayed for weeks. In that time I but of three caunties io Ohio, Wood, list c ck laatrumaats auld at prieo ovaors till you salt ear tot tata'tatvoyoar might have saved her. . , oagwiy. PaarlU. Ky. "Uwler ray roof your brother's roof," I ted Searct and a cow robbing her sldet price and Urat. Why do I not du this now! I started to 8klnc horses oo th We .won't feel much brjjigrter tiiaa we do tin el mis road will agilatt the trunk in Utacock county chew wa each put by a spoonful, of meal my feet; then sank back iato my chair. said. I now if hwntM. "Ah I remember," sho said, with a deep hsr cad in Select tnd bruitrJ flitt In See Agtof Ihli Coin pan 7 for tales. roatM and a spoonful of gookar. every day from No; not oven for Phillipa's sake could I go aJgh. go again to that spot If I did to, I should Then the closed hor oyes, aad root C. P. ATMORt, 8. P. Aeorwrli T.A. now until Christmas, and I thialc our savWoo.'. to more teemed to sleep. LoulevWe. K. return as mid as she Is now. ings will make a dinner that will be satisfySTANFORD. KT. What did she remember! It teemed to Not being ablo to bring ruratlf to adopt Positire Curt tor Piles. ing." After sonio discussion as to the relative the grewsontt alternative, I could do noth- me too great a mircy to oxpect that thoae count j we would ur that people of ing save wait events nothing, At least, to hours of oblivion bad effected a cure, but weTo thsbeen giventhis sgencr ol Dr. jrsrchltl's With a Full itrongth of our apiiotito and our will, it wai the CHESHPEHKEfD OHIO RY. htre my hopo wat that sho did not remember decided to lay by our six spoonfuls of food avert the consequences of her delirious act emphstleally gumnteeJ But for lur samathlng must bs done. How what had happen! when sho mot 8Ir Mer-vy- n Ittllii Pile Ototmett will open svory day, all agreein; that tho spoonfuls Interns!, Kxtcrttl, Tbli InitllutlonMonday In Ita Fifteenth Station on tht lit September next. Ferrand ou the road. I was almost to cure or ru)Jr rsfunJel Tllci. should not be heaped, but even. I dreamed could shi, in her frenzied state, be left hero EjUt riles 30 nU Blind, Bleeding or Itchlnj 1 was longing her only companions two men! Nurses trembling with excitement that night of feasting on all tho good things -- roaALL TUB BRANCHES Of A must at once bo procured, 1 summoned to really know in what state hor mind was. abox.. So care, no piy. Tenny A McAllittr, in the way of food that I had over heard of Besldos, I Washington, PhilaililphiaN.Y. or Eaten. Tha next morning wa made two William and told him ho must go to London wa good thought tho had slept ns long as . for bor. I took her hands and THOROUGH ENGUSHCOUfttE bags of gouerous size. In the afternoon when by tho ami train Daughters, Wires and Mothers. called by nam a William would .baretrocelrod jay. laatruc-UoTie taly lis ranawg our rations camo, wa put three pooaf ula of We eaphatlcsMr fumetee Dr.. MsrcW's Co Are taught, m wtU M Oac mora'tfee opened her eyes. Tboy togo totheAatlpodos with ltvrtr-babllltgookaa ia one bag and three apooafok of expressed no fear of mo, no dislike to me. thoUeso, a female rseaedy, to tors Female Disew oaxs doubt as JjAWQUylOJCS. DBAW mealintho other. Every euccesding day totoruetaer Ho merely, any one, would, be a&le tejpt to They conveyed no reproach. They woro m. stun as (jvsrlsa trouuiri, inaicanuuoa aoo KOBlC. THS the bags received their portion, and were felt t UleorsUoB.raUlagaail-dUPbMmsaor toaetag IKO AND rAHfTIKO. on if affectionately, to find out bow much they ILondon' to tee wtedow-aai- aecourit, of tho snow. cabs, sad, weary, but gave no evidence of aowa (esaag. LctirilUs.' Pwtaatet, Ctaaft any mental disorder. walked, looked out- -. t roatalaed. et life, Leucocrbo, hosUes jaar weakaeeset "Have I beeadU long, Basil!" sho asked. Tha night was still jm jaad jwatrl 9t snow Ghrittsaas morning, ISO J, after being long raott 7 flakes. Tho wiadow-paae- o "Not very long. You are going to got irrletlnz from the above, Uxt Hetdicbe, Bloat wont hall covered waited fop, camo at last The faint light of ' lnj,Splnsl Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous ds- - Ia Tuition, tvtk a rant frost 1)8 to too la th IUvl!!e,ClHClBKttlHaelLx by such as managed to find a resting place better toon." the morning found ui stlninjr. ; InUraaadiste We had Primary, 'T came to your house, did I not!" billtri PalptUlloaof the Heart, ac For sale or racular DeputatoU. aaa Osllagttte, 19. hoarded our fuel, sariag a'littU every day. there. As I watched. what I eeuU aoo of Ite, and hero I mean to keop you. Do druBtbii. Prices It sad II M pee bottle. (M4 W; Prertratojy, "os; It was not an easy thing to do, for the dally thswiid white dance, 1 found myself thinkto Dr. Usrchltl, UUoo,H.Y., fct pamphlet, free. fuel .ration of ninety men was three sticks of ing that by now that dead raaa on the road you fool weak!" rfraUpatUtulars,Mtellrde.,ilri "Very weak. Basil, I have dreamod tueb For sals by Penny A.VcAlHwr, DrtuwliK pinowood of average size. To this supply we must bo covered an inch mast bare lost KkU. n.C. TtUJKHKART. rrlatelpat, OoaoctlDg la ttest depot with that tratha ler dUafsrd. liaotta Oo., Ky. shapo and outlln. I shivered as I turned horrible things." bad added byplckiag up every splinter as Bucklen't Arnica Sahe, way. "You have been feverish and dslirious. largo as a toothpick and every chip a large 'They aro sure to keop the lino to town People like that always fancy ttrango The beet Salve la the wotil or Cuts, Brutees, ns a pieco that wa discovered ia our open," I said. "If you caa get to Roding, things," i, Seres, Closn, BH Rheum, Fsw Sorts, Tetter, waadorlBgs about tho stockade. The Eotrj tulyackwirf , Dm ,8Hwav indeed, at weak as a child; but Cbtrped UdJ, Chllbttlai, Corns, end ttl Skin Tho occupaate of a shebang sear our own, yea caa get to London." "Oh, I can get to Rodiuz risht enouehr" for tho time, at least, the was perfectly Eruptloos sad positively cures Piles, or no psy retIU. Jr.rf.lk, In addition to the usual- - cooking uteasiUrrv STAJHYOKP. sane. I could have cried for joy as 1 heard quired. I Is rutrtateed to give pwba estUfsc-tllaid William. quart bottles and tin or aboet-tro- a paas I Ventured per box. coots Tbon I told him what ha was to da Re wa hor faut Lut collected words. ormc vyrtluolfd. Price All Virf im! and Korti Cftrelinfj, IKwsossed a gunboat. This was a piece of old me one of to hopo that 1 had K. H. BURNSIDi:, rooflugjia, made into a pan more thaa a to take a letter to one of the Nursing Institut- very rare cases before I had seen taoea Jcrfslet Tate Penny. deas roc ticket sad further lafttratatUa, tfely to in Editor's Tribute. loot long and about six inches wide aad deep. ions, and bring back two nurse with bins. scribed, but had notuch yot met or at Tbtton P. Kestor, editor of the Tort Ws yne iln- - Thia Old Tho corners where the tin, 'had been cut att No matter what the Weather was when they the patient awaked from long,with whsrsd .w3ll - Known your naavet ticket oflc. W. addroe W. J. Baao, artificially-produceat. AKK0L, a or turned wore soldered with corn meat It reached Roding, they were to come to ray dlsnt) Gauttt, writes: "For be pu flvs yean AdvrUalof Agt., TlckaJ tad IVfc ArU, alee) v perfectly froetfnm all Hotel was not sightly, but was convenient We houMatonoOfOveaiftboy bad to bird twenty maniacal symptoms. stsMfrastrlmAwa.jIUfllU.Kjr hT slwsys used Dr. Slot's New DiteoTsry, or IT were to with High. of tba mast severe character, as well m tor had bargaiuod before for the use of this gun-.bo- borsM to drag them there. He was also to Philippa, if tho rvitnrn of this ! MsaaMT, reason were to to couibs milder type. It asver falls to effect a raet'rAa1!. get mo a few drugs that I might want thoseora Ifleiimaaa. tTIn! William said no more. He nodded, to permanent, I know that a few weeks' faro-fu- l peedy cur. My If Itals to whom I have reeom-n.n.lDaUmU-- i that . Tb&flra was lighted. The gookas had been show Its nursing and Judicious treatment might I that bo unJorxtood 'I i.'r" 1 to a OtttimtrT foakod the nightbefore, aid were bow put ia it wero possible to do myraej aad know if quite restoro hrr to health. Erta as this itak of It to the urn hlzh teruii. Btv- - it bidding it would have to; been cured by It of every cough tbst I tho gunboat covered with water, aad the bo done. U th SUU ia ita comforting thought casta to tae, I reatonv KENTUCKY CENTRAL B. B cooilJtr U the oaty rtlUble er ;gunboat wai net ovor the fire upon two mtid bJ 0 fills own aoccrd ho then brought aso bored tha peril .in which she stood. To- sad for Sis years, ICooiht. Cells etc." Call st Gamfact ef sure care for tea occasion. A watched fool. - I ate, for I know that I should want morrowaye, even y irtatteaMdeXor tho thiag which A pot may not boil, but a watched gunboat all ray strength to support the anxiety Drug store soJ get a Free Trial tkair QiaaU. MiHHeOma KtH(c." of the Idrealed julght happen, and sweep away Tste Penny's did, for three heads bent forward and six next day or two. Bottlt. Urgtslzsll. an t.&e.gooa ho.narcoilc bad done her. Skorteet and Qolcksit ioitt Inn (hi eyes gazed intently upon the con teste of the r She waa now fullv awake, aad nerfectlr ItMMi wUlwoeeateredle talfreattk t vessel over the Bra, until the water was bubtnu .eaiuot7 to, all Xaiatt Jlorth, Very ftemarlabh Oiscorery rrst er ctarc. notciai quiet. I gave ber sgme refreshment than I CtmaerclalTravaUri. Tk Bar will bling and the pxu dancing In and out among Wet ftad gouthwsit. Mrs. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester. Ulch seeing sno jying ia poaceiut mhs-- , i tlwavt tatalled with ths hlett the bubbles. Fait Lla Betwee- nthou!: it better to kave ber. At X, quitted wrlUt: "My wife has been tlmoit btlpleufcrfire t, .'hraaeter LleaersaadCUtr. At tbort intervals a few peas were taken LEXINQTOX sft CINCINNATI. her room I drawdown the Umi, . fearing years, m help.es that she could net turn Of er In out in a spoon aad allowed tacoal.aod.apoa tkattherwhlrliag-snomight drlng recol bod alone. Sho used two bottles of Electric Bitacholut In EftVt Oct. IX, list. lIRKAT'tl SPStCiriC, was tasted by each of us and julgmint lections which It was my one wish to keop ters sod Itsoiauca. Improved that she It now able si giroa as to its being don. Finally we were from Invading bertJnd. The Oret Easllsk Remedy, to do hex own work." Electric Bitters will do all t X sf? s3- -- -33 :a unanimous in the opinion that the gookas The long, dreary day wore away. The that Is claimed for them. UuaireJs ot teitlmanl-awore cooked enough. Meal was brought lea poaltlvtcnr for Wk Mamo-rUghtaded,-asanother night,Jegan. Pbi-Upsttest thslr great curative powers. Only afty ?ES??? ?rg Loaa of Brain Powtr. Nervous forth and stirred in, and the pudding was alatllUay calm, ellear, atvl almost apa- rentiatottlestTateAPwaay. gOKJssrJ Exhaustion, SatnaI Waka, Rf'SfSffa lowed to remain on the fire until it had thick-onethetic. I did nothing to r.ousi her. I went sad 0aMl .JtBakOlv'" lupoteiicy. the Uenaratlr Xow of 1 1 so that there was danger of its being Organi; Power ol to ber side at seldom jis possible. I feared Seasons Two Dangerous .n.l .11 till.... that Callow as a . scorched. The pjas were dark skinned, and that her toeing ma might recall the events Spring snd Fall ate limit whan n uianv fo?' ot youthrui iqpruaeoc oe ttefare ltfcig queer hid givon the pudding a purplish hue. The of the last night, and that recollections to getikk. TLecbangealntne weather are eerer (h. trniunJ vear. eueh Tr.i.kt.tk. gunboat was lifted off and sot on the ground awakened might dottroy all the good which on feeble ptrtoos, snd oven thoiewh are atroog at UnlverMl Lasattode.l'ain in to w oo to cool While wo were waiting the Am was I felt sure bad been accomplished by the baet, DlmoeM of Vision, Preua-to- ar Isyfttoam iK.!iJU " are apt. ai Ihey say, "to to feeling mlteraVe.'- Old Acs. and maoy oirerdla-eaorcnewod. Corn meal saved for the Mirpoee long hours of oblivion and quiet Could I or Con. they are Jutt In onditlon t btitrurkdawn that lead to was put in a pin aol thoroughly dried and have deputed my teek to another, I would Ttan aome kind offerer. A bottle or two cf Park uroptlon. In all Inunttr ttmit BB 3BBB0 caaesof FBBBBB with browned. ThU corn coffee was. divided into not have even shown myself to my patient Weaknau the Specific acta ilk a I 0 MM Tonic will Invlgerat the digestion, tut tbt cnarm, reatonnc towor iumi r. throe portion, put in three quart kettle, Meet anxiously, as evening came. I awaited ,t'a StilSStSS ztvlnx to th v a brilliant mRama. kldnys and 01004 in pencci oraer ana pre and boiled. the appearance of my faithful William and liver, more V TMU II Mrioni ttttekt. Why tuftr snd per- - HJ apartiinf beauty, ro iacoe rent At but our diniur 'was ready. Tha gunB 1 B B B B tbennrass. he rosy blooomofhealta. AfttrTtklas;. boat was put ou the ground ia the center of they be ablo to reach us in such hspt dlt when 1 J simple a medicine will savt you Would arMurrav'tHpeclntis aoU by all DruRiits st n tfe shebang, aad wa sat around it --Two of weather! It was still snowing fiercely. For Good for both ssxe snl stl agvt. It pe; package, or la packaea fr II. Alto by tuall. poitaga free, on receipt of pries us bad small tin pans and ons a flat piece of raWrttMIOSAL more than twenty-fou- r hour the mad white SMrlTull partleuUra In paaphUt. which will be sueet-iro- n for platoi, and each had a spoon. ravel had continued without intermission. LiiJ lU gaaag :i mailed free to every applicant, addrea all comNot one of ui would have been called-Indoed, that storm which burst upon tho munication! to tb aola manUfac tufr. . ... ft. . k. ma m .. v.... mm ALXX. AXDKKSOX, The poor creature, to who tid I crept world. as I turned from Phillppa's bouse on religious man, but wo hesitated, lookel j tJtiSSS&SUS KanaaeClly, Mo. every half-hou- r ATTOHNBV A.T LAW, at ouo another, bowed our heads and were the preceding night Is now historical; it wai ?i Sold In Starford by Penny A MeAllaUr and all I DANVILLE, XT., ( I wlvwwv up the whole night Ob, that aw. tho beginning of the heaviest and longest UilL But it was only for a moment, and Drugilata ererr where. '33BBBB Will practlco In th Courts JtaTiioa Pxria A Co., Wholeitl Aten ta, then the KontuckUu voluatetrjd to act as fulnigbU shall I ever, forget it! Tho soil-tu- fall which the record of fifty years can show. eoustle and ia the Court ofof Boyle snd adjoining Appeals. 200-- 1 yrl LoulnflleKr. '.he raging snow storm outside tho For two nights and a day the snow came host, and helped us and hinuilf. - . , .'-- -- . .'--V poor creature, to whoso side I crept noise-Un'.- y down in what may almost bo called drifting ; When that dinner was over the content! B. PISH, J. 2 every halt an hour. She lay tbero masses. During that dismal day I saw from of thj gunboat and quart cups had vanA. XJnvr, ?eWr??l?rs?Pf E JpCfri 9 I R. W. ished and it was Just noon. After such U- with a face like marble, calm nnd beautiful. the window the heaps against tho wail grow And Muter CommUaloner Itockcaatle Circuit Court cr ,S tr 7 MT. VERNON, KY. .c a rr . m nocal oxertion wa lay down, drew our The loug, dark Itshei swept her pale chook. deeper and doepor, and oven In my preoccuB'"niir n""3 Will practle la th BockcaetJ Courts. Collee- a t blankets over us and slept. Wo were The only movemeut was the regular rlsoond pied state of mind found myself marvelling tlom a ipecialty. Office In Court-houTht Direct Route to- (IMj awakoned near night by a neighbor, who fall of the bosom. Oh, happy oblivion! Oh, at the sustained fury of tho storm. Atllo'clookatnlght I sadly gave up all called ui that wo might get our rations. dreaded wakening! As I looked at her, In LEE T. HUFFMAN. After returning to the shebang tho Iowa spiteof thelovol boro her, I believe that, bad hope of tho much neodod asilstance arriving. riUHGJD30rV - i """-i1X.UIIU I rJTANFORD, KV. man said: "Boys, I'll think of that dinner as I thought such a prayer would be answered, After all, It seemed that William bad found Oflc South aid Main Street, two doora abovi o. 06 at 1 , m Northweil and Southweet by the way of I should for bar sako have prayed thvt thoso it impoftiHo to fight against the weather long as I live. Why. I ain't hungry yet" K d th Myer HoUl: lashes might never again lie lifted. so I mado my preparations foranothor night I Pur Nitrous Oxide Oat tdmlnltttred whan re-I BBBBBB M ,BB 33BHS LOUIS VIXLK CI.VOIW ATI. Morniug at last broko on my droary vigil. of sollinry watchfulness. I was all but worn qatrcl. ..i..ii r , t ,: " .1 Philippa still slept I returned to the sitting nut with fatigue; yet I dared not sleep. II n Leaving Clattanooga lor DB. W. B. PENh'I, SJ 3 i i P room nnd drew back tho curtain from tho tho mania teturnod, what might happen larllle and Clocinna'l make II tt M I. fa '33 Light-nlnwindow. Yai; it wus morning such a were I not at hand to restrain Phillppa't direct ouiieciton at those (olntiwltb the r-! STANFORD, KENTITKY. PSBBBB.a3iBE Expres on the Ohio A Mliilislppl for St morning as leaden, wintry skim can glvo. nctiuiir.J My hopo tint tho madness hod M- CftMl.tj; BY HUGH CONWAY. ' It was still suoning at heavily, if not mora really left my patlmit, not, if sho wero prop- Office over Robt. s.1 ILytls'i atore. OSce nour Louli and all points West. ! ! i r to J r. M. Aneithetlei .J a. v, heavily, than it had snowed last night For erly treated, to return, was a growing one, from $ te li wnen an s?sa SS: nly frra toaltvllle J TTtii.n natl lost. Loun. being or rinclo-JLnoceiurr. TJfl'S'Sj I two hours JuLOUro twelvo hours tha Hakes had fallen without but not yet strong enough to ullow mo tc rnlnliterod t? 11 Author of "Called BacU." quicker than any other line, giving our paaaengera BBB3' p.". LL Interrilsiiou. leave her for any length of time. IJ.L p ' time for meali and lint choice of tats In traits .WWt MM 0 There wa littlo wind now; it had dropped, My delight then may La imagined when, going West. CHAPTER V. I knew, about an hour ngo. ! The world, so looking for tha hundredth tinio up the road, 2SSSSSK8 ? ?; h.ba'ba,J.nV A. WHITE TOMB. 12 Hours Quicker far as I could see, was clad in white: buttho I saw do) at hand two flashing lights, and "J" r! From tlm moment when tho true state of snow lay unovenly, Tho wind had blown it knew that William, tho faithful, had dane Ot, iffonnt of hit Calllnte health. I otlVr for sale Ine going by way Tf Chicago. BBBBBBiBB BBHB BEJBS PJdliptw'i mlud flaihed upon me, to tho mo- into drifts. On my garden path its dopth my bidding. In a few mluutes two respect- 107 well kcown work Mules, li haeds liljb, u Mil totbe ment when I loft her sleeping that heavy might bo counted by inches; against my gar- able women, from ouo of the beit of the wnen can, tound.111 gentle and true pullers, aud1 MAYAVII.LK IIH.INC'II. 1 ajveruse iiik ihieiiob joianai. sleep, I had littlo time to think of anything den wall by feat London nursing institutions woro within my bav nercr failed to sell, and soon at that. Ho. 0.', ."0. 01, else than the best mians of saving her life, William now mado his appoarance. Ho walls. T. T. DAVtEHS, Dally Dally Stanford, Ky. f3-t- f Always aaks- tMid, If possible, hor reason. True, throughprepared some breakfast for himself, nnd Et. Hun. Ex. bun. Tli e train had, of course, bjen late, very out the MhMe of my operations to effect this thou, having dono Justlco to it, started for late. At on a or two placos on the lino 3 00 pin et Con Lvo Covington..., Timo end, a dim sort of horror pervaded me a Jlodlng. It occurred to mo that he might it had almost givon up tho battle, aud I1 Lexington.., 7 2J a ia, 80 pro ! rocollectioii of the ghastly object which lay Lo tho tlrst to find tha object which lay on ' Tar! 8 IS a in 8 20 p ta down quietly until dugout; but stcaic Arr Illlersburg , 8 10 a ml S 47 pu on tho roadside, some threo miles from us; ihoroadslle. and iron had conquerod, and at last it did With all Llnei at " Catllal 9 00 a m, fl 07 pm but It was not until I turned from my Except that so doing might delay him and get to Roding. Thero William, knowing have remove. to corner Main A Depot sti.. and " Jounaon.. a m 7 00 pro 9 g door that the terriblo situation in cause him to miss tho train, this mattered my dire necessity, oirorctl such a magnificent am prepared to serve the ladlea la MaysTlllo.. 10 80 a ai 7 St. Louis' and Intermediate Point. pra which Slio was placed presented Itself to ma little. I was now calmly awaiting the In- bribo that ho, soon found an enterprising and other klndaofeewlogln the beat slylesndst reasonable ratea. Soliciting a ihtre of your patronNo. Si No. 4 in nil ita dread entirety. Half broken- evitable. Soma one must mako the dis coirlago proprietor who was willing to mako age, I Dally XoFcrrleis! Xo Omnibus Trans sin, reipectfully, Daily hearted, I throw myself wearily Into my covery, liowover, as I wanted the nurse?, I tho attempt to forcj two horses and a car, Ex. Hun. Ex. Hun jiiazt nitiiA n.itAiiM-,- Ky, feral Stanford, chair, and covered ny face with my hands. said to him: riage over six mllei of road betwoen Roding 292-- 1 u Lvo Mayavllle. 5 V ni 1 20 p u What was to bo done! What was to bo "Romomber this is lifo and death. Noth- and my house. Tin attempt was successful, lit Louie, John ion. Connections made In Union n.nAl V 6 SO a ui 1 SJpa morning the body would ing mujt stop you." Ho touched his hat in n although tho rate of progression was slow, lone! " Carlisle 7 21ft Ul 2 41 pt. with trains of linos g)lng Weil, northwest and 11 bo found. 1 felt certain that when Inquiry reassuring manner, and tramped off through and William triumphantly ! Mllleraburg.... 7 41a ni S 09 pu soutliwett. ushered Mi 11 you sro gjlng West te any point, ration cr Arr I'mIs...,! was made suspicion would at onco point to- tho know, h 10a w 3 33 p CI chargos into my presence. " Lexington wilto to the undenlgued. 9 10 a ra 0 (0 pm 1 ward rhlllppa. Mrs. Wilsen kuow of her returned to my patient's bedside and sat After giving thorn tinio for roit nnd re" Civlngton .... snd II Ml 111' It nm Tbli notice forewarns For full and rclUtilo lnOrmitlon In regard to starting from horns in tho ovenlng, nlono watching hor, and waiting for herto awake. freshment, I explained tho nature of the tramps not to treipaison bunteri, fiihermen perour lauds without Land, Ac Western Mates, llap, Uuldei nnd on foot She knew, moreover, that Sir Sho had now slopt for nearly eleven hours, case, Bot out tha treatment I wished to l mission, ai all such sets are liable to be procecuted and loweit, In tho rates for Tickets and uouiehold im'OTJ:'TT"1??0,.3rlID,dll7' fr9m Knoxvlile, ipcclal Mortyn Ferrand was her hnsband j that ho and I know that return to life might take adopted, and then led thorn to Plilllppa. 1 to the full ettentof the law. and Lexington lo CovlnRtoD. Goods to all poinla Wcat call on or address II. ALSOP, T.1'' .?'. run' Tl tlngton snd Parii, an. (.Miuliilppl ... .. had her. 8ho would most cortalnly place at any moment 1 longed for, nnd yot left tho poor girl in their charge for tht D. Ktanlonl. Kv March 17th. atSJI.ji. fSlsoed.l". T. 01 cioroiacs. u ui n Railway, raiscnger Ag't Ohio A know to nhom Philippa had fled. It did I dreadod, hor awakening. When theoffects nizht, then wont to tako tho tleep of tvhlck II. McKlltrlck. A, W. Carpenter, Train No. S la dally except dunday between Lex T. Buia, Ilarroditmnr, K C. lllihon, not follow that because I was ignorant as to of tha opluto were gone, how should I And I stood to much In noed. V. Reld. Jngtonnndl'srlj.hut li dally from Clnilnnatl to V. II. 811 ATT UC, W. W.PEAB0DY. Lefl Hubble, r R.Cobb, who wore my nolghbors they knew nothing hor! Alasl I knew that tho chances were a Pres't snd (len'l Man'gr, Oen'l rasa. Agt, nuvifuiD. But before going to bed I saw William. Lexington and Parlst-- Ka. F. D. Kboilee, itiggini 82. dally except Sue-l- r. C. Y. I'AUIS, Central ftuenger Agent, ououvuis. ai any rate, tviuiam, my man, thousand to one that her brain would still dreaded to bear him say what gruesomi H.G.AJ.&eiiy, W. C. McCoroiack, leave Paris 8 M a ui! arr Uxlngton 9 10 a at. F.Oorer, Clnrlnnttl, Ohio. would know the truth. Bo far as I could bo full of strange delusions; that she would tight ho had seen that morning; yet I wat O, L. Carter M. B. Lytle. pi ?1iSu"' ux ug on Jri.. 30 p mj arrive Paris 3 15 p m. ,f" J. W, WMthtrferd, or by the latest, the noxt turn from me, as sho turned last night, with bound to learn If tho deod had yot beer T. J. Hill, Oliunlfnlti.teiJ tn 6co, th iilci of llul clut 01 woe; C, Vanoy, 8 tvm. nurion, raitT...I.... N01.r..,iand 4 run vl. Win...... day Philippa would be arrosted for the loathing aud anger. But my greatest fear made public. O.ll.l r.m.Jii, anil hii " i.l J. S. Murphy, J. A. llarrii. 4iiu, una unman meepioK ''t.wfwwii alm.tt ualv.nal tltuUc. to t urs. crime. Most probably I should also belt was that tha would, upon coining to herself, Clncnnat and nichmond, Va and Whl ter J. it. Hill. "Did you manage to get to Roding nil P. V. Carter, Qnuulifil not i.B tloa, snd Wathluilon. D. C. J. II. McAlIttcr, WURrilV J1R03, eluded In tho arrest For that I soomed to or rather to her poor insane self, bo conscious right this morning r I asked with assumec Kd. Carter. MtMJ eatngirlcuri. Through llckats and bag checked to any rati, tee J, D.Jones, T.J. Foater, cpro nothing: oxcopt that it might hlndoi of tho aol she had accomplished. It wns tin carolessnet O hit won the fitor or BST urd.oitfit J.Q.Montgomery deitlnatlou reached by t railroad. T. M. White, th. public lad row unii mo from helping my poor girl. O. A. Benedict, 11. t.. Marcum, SMXrui CttBl.tlCa.. amonj tha Itailig 1V.II.WniTTLE3EV, Any hope of removing Philippa there, V. E. A man Paaaenger Agunt, Trav. Vitx. Agent. Claelnnatl,MpjpB Fon 'Rent. After January 1, the Ttrj M. T. Ruuell, A. L. SMITH. U J. Dint. A, D. Newland, Cl display of ball and put it in plain w&fdj any hopo of flighty aS.TJ'.,,ton K' Oome and see IxloWn, bW01'i',-uriaiotu, ft. desirable store room under the Interior H. W. Qlvens. C. W. AC NewUod. U. XT. FUL1.EU Sf 1 or'dnys, ovoii weeks, was rain. Lot ovory library hmpi, Bright & Curran, Qeoeral Manager tjrl aosaw Uen. l'-Agt Journal office. Addreea W. P. Wa'ton. Jai. II. Prewltt. a Hk.SI d 4 9200 Rowfivdt NAIVE Through Trunk line av'tvAVfy'iw Llfc-Tlm- IAKM FOll . umk vyrvi . mum daily-ration- 'SW&.'t&'iTm SOUTH & WEST to-th- e 1. II. Baldwin A Poet-oCe- e, ., Stanford Fimali Colli?. Cirpsof Teichart, Kentucky's Routo Drug-flits- , iatbe-'mornlng- ai ar y. xBroi3 roLiaia siw iLiirixa TZRXS MOD Eli. A TK. A SOLID TRAIN WASHIirGTOK OITT. 40-oe- MYERS HOTEL, KT, and ItlU lUintmni RepuUtion, JSTetnr Simt o' Propr iti at rJ 1 Jrarletr it all tstil to-da- AiaUttttf( titi t I! oal lire, Atta V Jt. iwiutii lut, w 1 .r.r n U d pa FaJ y, imt SJ3"rjwj mi rr srz ttl rii n-o- , il ft jats(j.a fluijiiiiiv .. i. s-.- Ot d: Attornoy 1 D13NTI8T, St. Louis & the West er iirlifiiinr! 1 i .o --- rec !, it ' 9s5sSi'3' rir J AEKJDAYS. Hfflii Ponttet. Mrftlln'n 1 g:ftSg oa x 1 1 1 1 rf Mill 'lril-tyr.- in i U Mules for Sale r.--T .lit saPssggs ' O. & M. NotTII-BOUH- sot-tie- 1KENS X - MAKING-Dreu-Msklo- Fast and Sure neotions HOUTH-BOI'S- POSTED .... 11 .'E.-W- IS d 1 . 1 aFi 1 .... or T u xV I