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(ri r 'iff,'-"- f w-"-- "- f iwpw in um h mi i ik u ifH- 'M m !il iwwr ..' ,W. m.rM --. . v hemi-Week- ly " Icourbon 3ttH3B . ?'wi'iwlfciiiMMM " Independent and Democratic-Publii- lied from the Happy Side odfe-f- or . iets 3 JflflMMMff'V "!? jMW rt Vt: t the Benefit of Those Now Having Breath in Their Bodies. Price, $2, 00 for One Year, or, $2,000 for 1,000 u Ywi-CA- 8H I if Croxton's Is the place to buy toys, cacdie, Judge William Lindsay and bride have notions, &c. gone to Cuba. , "Yankee Doodle" was played in PlySeveral parties from Millersburg, n're mouth church on Thanksgiving. MTLIiERSBURG, KY. MILLERSBURG, KY. coming up to hear Burdette. Ckoxton keeps everythingfrom the cheapest to the finest toy made. Claude Paxton was in town yesterday. One square from the depot. Good His chin still runs like it was hired out for ed More than 37,000 new babies have appear Liivery Stable Attached. The Hates, Two Dollars Dajv in Indiana in twelve months. life. kindest attention given and guests made Some of tho Rev. J. C. Heiden, of Charlottesville, VaM in the city arehandsomest Christmas goods comfortable. nt Mrs. J. E. Patpn's. It Nice Sample Eooms for CointtiefelMl flietu has accepted a call to become the pastor of Good Sample Rooms. A table filled A school mistress in Hopkins county the First Baptist church, in Lexington. with all all the delicacies of the season. carries a revolver in her pocket to school. Livery and Sale Stable Cmmtctrd Mrs. Duke Bates, of Lair, entertained her 0. F. DrDLAKE fc Co. are hefttinnnrtprs fnr RATES REASONABLE. sisters, Mrs. R. C. Wheeler and Mrs. Robt. K. Holmes & Coutt's Famous English Buscuits. West, of Cincinnati, during the past week. A New York man stole a stove the other I day, lady inmate of the Insane Asylum .at was but was too honest to take It while It A hot. Lexington, constantly gives vent to the paLAbiES,cgot'merino underwear, kid gloves, thetic wall: "I loved the ferns, but they handkerchiefs, collars and hosiery of Mrs. J. havegone from me." . raion, aucosu AQtm 0B- at CITIZEN'S BANK, - - PARIS, KY. ffhe biggest lie told recently was got off Congressman Woodward, tho new memLARGEST COMPANIES byaRadicM editor who said: "The Presi ber from Wisconsin, once served as a page 7 FIRST-CLAS- S in the House. Represents FIVE dent's message is an able State paper, and IN THE WORLD will be read with much interest by all." Ladies remember the great kid glove sale COMPANIES. ofW. H. Ingels & Co., they have reduced Capt. Thomas had a stray pig on the premAbout twenty members of the Kentucky their $1.50 and 81.75 kids to 51.10 is under arrest at War. Perkins, a painter, CASH ASSETS OVEB $20,000,000.00: bosses Promptly Paid. 1& Richmond, for stealing a watch and dia- ises some weeks. One morning it was gone, Legislature have engaged board in LexingAll the cannon balls used by Gen. JackHe found a colored man had it, and asked ton for the winter. They will come un from- son, at the battle of New Orleans, were made FIRE, LIGHTNING and TORNADO POLImond pin. him how he came to take it? He said: Frankfort every night and return ne"xt 'in Bath county. CIES WRITTEN. LOSSES PAID Rates as Low as The Lotcest. PROMPTLY. RATES Mt. Olivet Democrat quotes butter 15 "Dah was a man rode long de road, an' he morning. The Alden Evaporated Fruits, very fine, doLOW. cents, rabbits 3, and quails 7 cents each in hollered to me, an' I didn't 'zackly underStand up and parse: Woman is a partic mestic dried fruits, best and cheapest,& at CO. SPEAKS, UH A JTBEKS stand what he said, but I took de pig under ular noun, double number, lively gender, that market. josh niiiings says or society tnat his acdem circumstances." lovely person, beautiful voice, handsome quaintances -would fill a cathedral, Hungry tramps are robbing the school PRACTITIONER OP mood, perfect form and agrees to nothing the pulpit would hold his friends. but that K. CENTRAL HAIL ECFAD. " smash-u- p There was a large-size- d on the but a church children of Louisville of their lunch baskets c or a new dress. W. H. Ingels & Co have the largest assortKentucky Central near Falmouth, Sunday. as they go to school in the morning. SURGERY. Is the Gen. Washington never swore but once ment of Ladies and Gents Handkerchiefs for A freight train became parted, and in comChristmas ever brought to Paris. shortest and aiiickestrontt ' during the eight years of the Joseph McConathy, a farmer worth ing together again three cars loaded with or steal- stook were completely wrecked and most of war. That time he made it count, by cursIt is rumored that Adjutant General to MISSOURI, KANSAS and islunder arrest at Nicholasville.Sf May be found durinjr the day, when will resign soon, and that Major ing a rout into a charge, thereby James Wilson, of Henderson, will succeed. ing a hog from a colored individual. the stock killed. Tho accident delayed not profeHsionally engaged, at Brooks & TEXAS. Tickets to U 4fr Lyman's Drug Store, at nirht, at the restrains for a couple of hours, but the track saving his army and gaining a victor'. The prettiest silk handkerchiefs for Mr. Elliot of color says : "When I works was cleared Sunday night. points North, East A Philadelphia lady, married on Thanks- Christmas presents, are in abundant stock idence of Prof. E. Amende, on High at. fool about; but when I byde job I don't at J. W. Davis & Co's. They arc the handgiving Day, received among her presents a and West. works by the day, I strings do time out." of yellow gold in the design of a somest made. The City Council ought by all means to lace-pi- n The grandmother of of Mt. Ster- open a street through the Alexander lot by roasted turkey on a little golden platter, sur- vate Secrotary of SpeakorW. J. Kehoe, Pri- e The Daily Time Card in Effect Nov. 18th, '83: Carlisle, is eighty-fivthe depot, and have good pavements erected rounded by rubies for cranberry sauce. years old and a widow for the seventh ling, has made its appearance. May it have TRAINS SOUTH. many merry Christmases and happy New on each side of it. Everybody who walks uenerai James ijongstreet says tnat it is time. to the depot, goes that short-cu- t route, mud- not his emotion which causes him to break Leave Covington 7M0 a ra. 2:40 p m. spices, imported by II. F. Years. The celebrated Leave f al mouth 0:15 a in. 4:15 n m. dy or dry weather, to save walking a hun- down when he tries to make a speech, but a A. Pinckney, of New York, can always be ueswe i vntmnna 10:20 a m. Speaks, Cuambeks & Co. yards extra. Strangers curse the town bullet which is lodged in his throat, and found with A snow storm struck Canada Friday night dred I.ojivc Paris 10:55 a m. 6:00 p 5:18 p m. m. r --jeitel&2K' cousequence of the muddy route. Gerald Massey has sued a New York paLeave Winchester 12:00 p m. 7:10 p ra. which was added to him In the Wilderness. and fell fifteen inches deep, and arrived here daily, 'In p per for making fun of his lecture. It looks Leave Richmond J:55 pin. Sunday and fell to the depth of about three Rev. Dr. Rutherford and wife will leave as if the M in Mr. Massey's name is superLeave Lancaster S;li p The Rev. B. F. Sedwick, who was sent y inches. Arr. Stanford Junctionin. p ra. for Danville, where they will join a fluous. 3:40 from the Jessamine Circuit to that of ConL. F. 3IANX, Trop. I. CA3IPBELL, Knyt. . For Christmas W. II. Ingels & Co. will offer cord, Lewis county, by the recent Confer- party of tourists for Europe. They will sail TRAINS NORTH. Tobe Curtis, of Trigg county, collided with from New York, on the 29th inst. They have decided bargains in all classes and grades of All truinx connected with and calln made nnj Leave Stanford n. frfticrht train near Kelly's Station, in that ence at Cynthiana, has filled his mission for black dress goods. Black m. where in the vity. Orders itj't at hotel" or stable. wave Lr.neirsn Junction . the earnest wishes of a host of friends for a vets, and dress trimmings. and colored vel- Fare, 23 vis. includiny r 1H4 county, and was killed. He was slightly in- three months and deserted his charge, giv- happy voyage. ordinary baygu(c Leave Richmond 5:40 a in 12:25 p in ing it up to be filled by the bishop, who is Mrs. Speaker Carlisle will not entertain toxicated. Arr. at Winchester fi:50 a ra. 1:J0 p ra. In a recent sermon Rev. Mr. Deems, of until after New Year's. asked to send a younger man one who is Arr. Paris 7.55 a m. 2:50 p m. Leave ( yinhiann &80n ni. 358 p m. In a fight between inmates of the Bracken able to ride one hundred miles per week to New York, denounced the purely American It is impossible not to find what j'ou want Leave Falmouth J':3Ti a m. 4:'6o p ra. toy man all the year county jail, Nick Ferguson, a colored pris- fill the Circuit appointments. In a long habit of kissing, stating that "while it is at Croxton's. He's a Arr. at Covington 11:10 a ra. C:10 p m. to a oner, broke the arm of an insane man card published in tho Cynthiana Democrat, bad enough for adults to kiss, it is criminal nund, but when it comesdown holiday stock, BAKEH no one in Kentucky qan him. MAYSVILLE DIYISIOX. people to kiss an Mr. Sedwick portrays his troubles, and for a lot of named Davis. John G. Saxe, the humorous poet, is claims that he was imposed, on andsignifies innocent baby. TRAINS NORTH. growing gradually weaker at his home in Rev. J. M. Evans, of this city, has had his willingness to work in a new field one IN nP.AI.KU Third Place, Brooklyn. He suffers from Leuve Maysville .WO a m. 12:.'0 p ni." meningitis. When a man takes a notion to treat him- cerebro-spinover 100 confessions and 75 additions to the more adapted to his age and health. iienve( arlise7:10a m. Is58p m. ..cave 7:30 am. 2:19 p self to a Christmas gift, he generally buys Presbyterian church at Pleasant Grove, -Ladies remember we are bound to reduce x.eayo Purl 7:53 am. 11 00 a m 2:50ni. m. 6 p m p something for his stomach or person some-tein- g our dross goods and silk stock before ChristWashington county. T. Hart. Joel Arme Lexington S0 am 11:45 a m 3:Wpm mas come and get bargains in these goods. that will do him some good. J. W 0:o0 p m. W. f I . Ingels & Co. correspondent travel- Davis & Co., will sell to all such men, overFive Democratic bondsmen are holding a A Courier-JournTRAINS SOUTH. A grand reception was broken up at Genmail sack at Bardstown, to the tune of 8840, ing through Bourbon, says: "I stood upon coats at the very lowest manufacturer's Leave L.xiiiyton the spot yesterday where Joel T. Hart, :rlccs and will give a nice box of cigars as a eral Sherman's house In St. Louis, by the 5:C5 pm and a decapitated postmaster is eking out a Arr 1 mi .:Mi :: in u am7ain2pm p m. a in 2:50 p ra 60 America's greatest sculptor, passed hi? Christmas gift with every overcoat or suit announcement that one of the servants on FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY. scanty subsistence at Louisville. premises had the small-poLen e Millersl urg f :r(; a m CiX) p in. the . ... school days. There was pointed out a stom of clothes. Leave Carlisle 6:40 p ra. Stuangeus, would you know where to find JSSyOnp door above the Thurston House. Arr. .Muysville. 7:10 aam. fc:10 p ra. b'Ai) Burglars struck Maysville, Friday night, wall that he had built in his days of povcrtj in largest stock of toys and Christmas the The- Sunday I rain passes Paris going: our and entered the stores of Geo. T. Wood and and struggling. In the sleepy hollow village North An eagle measuring 7 feet 8 inches, was goods in Central Kentucky? If so, take this p rn and South at 6:00. at ESTABLISHED IN 1873. Thos. Lowry and blew open their safes, and of Flat Rock I saw a stone chimney he had shot through the neck and killed with a pis- advice and go to Joe Z. Croxton's, of city, built. There is not another chimney in all tol, In Madison county, last week: obtained small amounts of money. Special Rates to EMIGRANTS On, the merry sleigh bells ! Kentucky of such perfect symmetry. Built ftSTFor tickets, rates and information Elder Harding, of the Christian church, over a half centuiy ago, it stands there a Thanksgiving Delicacies. Figs, dates, to time, connections, 4c, call on or Malaga grapes, bananas, celery, Italian and Rev. Morris Evans, of the Methodist monument of Hart's budding genius." The Trader, Turfman, Farmer plums, Florida oranges, apples, cocnanuts, address JOHN STUART 'AGENT, debating at Berea, Henry counchurch, are and Sportsman. turkeys, cranberries, prunes, raisins, oysPakis, Ky. MILLERSBURG, ICY.. ty, oh baptism, mode, action and design. ters, mincemeat, &c, for sale by G. w. ISKKDElt, Ber. Mr. Henley's Sermon. C. L. Bbown. Speaks, Chambers & Co. Snpt. Represents Xone hut Firsticluss Cnmiuinies. G. P. & F. A. C. F. Didlake &. Co. James C. Hamilton, of Bath county, is preachAt the examining trial of Rachael MurRev. J. W. Henley, of Cincinnati, to build twenty tobacco barns, and phy, Saturday, on a charge of infanticide, ed at the Court-hous- e iETNA, of Hartford. Sunday afternoon, to Give us a new street to the depot. HOME, of New York. the prisoner was remanded to Jail without a fair audience. His sermon was;rather a will raisp 20.1 acres of tobacco. E. B. Mallory & Co. are unrivalled as PHffiNIX, of Hartford. bail, to await the action of Circuit Court. Thos. Parrish, near Midway, raised 33,000 oyster packers. They pack none but fresh KENTON, of Covington. disappointment to most of the congregation, Their cans are full, FRANKLIN, of Philadelphia. as a thorough doctrinal sermon on Univer-salis- pounds (f tobacco on 35 acres, and sold it at and sound goods. are guaranteed all 0. the STJN Oysters large, and K. FIRE OFFIOE, of England. Ik you want to enjoy a hearty laugh and was expected, wheroby the cocoanut an average of 13, aggregating 4,550. when they leave the houses of LIVERPOOL & LONDON A GI.OBE.Eugland MERCHANT have a good time, go to hear Bob Burdette, of Spears, Chambeks & Co. the doctrine would be broken and the L. R. Huffman, of Centervllle precinct, on the "Pilgrimage of the Funny Man," at C. F. Didlake & Co. JOHN W. BOULDEN, Agent. logic and shipped yesterday, five Poland China pigs night, at 8 milk extracted, backed by reason, the Court-housR. B. BOULDEN, Solictor. Rabbits, three for 25, eggs 22 to 25. speaker appeared to toStetln,Denmark, via Hamburg, Germany. scientific proof. The -o'clock. occupy a medium ground between science Mks. J. 1'ukney has returned from Cin4 Henry Mock, colored, will train for T. J. cinnati,S.where she purchased a large stock JOHN B. NORTHCOTT, A happy-- solution of the Lexington, Ky.', and theology sailing uncertainly along Megibben, Cynthiana, next year, and will of Christmas goods, consisting of fancy nowith one foot on theology ane the other on take charge of the horses on the first of Jan- tions, dolls, &c, &c. She bas also put down comasylum row would be to confine the AGENT FOR THE the price on her large stock of millinery missioners and officers in the wards and let a chunk of science, vainly attempting to uary. goods and will rush them oft" at amazingly the other lunatics run the concern. News balance and harmonize the two elements H. H. Keeler, Lexington, has purchased of low figures. Be sure to call and see her LAMAR floating in a chaotic state, and failed to do Co, buying your holiday goods. Journal. it;in a satisfaetorymanner to us doubting S. M, Poyntz, Maysville, the brown mare, Seventy arrests were made last week at Col. Caldwell sold his property nearly Thomases who have embraced "Universal-is- Leontine, record 2:23, by Hamlet, dam by Danville, of violators of local option. (GREEN CHEATHAM, Pkop'r.) opposite Odd Fellows' Hall, Saturday, to from a scientific standpoint. He, in Clark Chief, for 82,000. CARLISLE, KY. A bill posted in Lumpkin County, Ga., Is TnE justly celebrated "Gold Medal Flour" OFFICE: DEPOSIT BANK, PARIS, KY. James K. Ford, for 82,800, cash, which yield- other words, was a scientist ashamed to still the leader. Every barrel warranted o- '2 mule with three first-claed the Col. a very handsome profit, and yet grasp the bull by the horns and bravely fight offers for sale a "one-eyeor no sale. Small packages neatly an evolu- white feet, and to the best of my recollec- put up for special use. Make your Christthe battle of the scientist, and sold chean. One Square from Kailro&cl Depot Ah mas cakes of it. Make your buscuits and Baggago transferred to and fro, fre m tionist who was afraid to evolute, and a the- tion two of them on, one side." Every housekeeper ought to rolls with it. Governor Knott pardoned two convicts ologian who couldn't take the bitter dose C. D. Armstrong sold last week three fat try it. Spears, Chambers & Co. charge I Dealer Ikt C. F. Didlake & Co. lastWednesdaj'. Thos. Lewis, of Newport, that flows from the theological fount of steers averaging 1,907 pounds in weight, at and George McKenzie, from Johnson coun- blessings and endless punishment. Two white girls joined the cylored Bap$0.25 per hundred. Chas. Marshall sold six LIVERY STABIJE ATTACHED ty, who had served but three months of a tist church at HoDkiusvlllc, and were bapThere were several of us Universallsts (in head forS3.00. Flemingsburg Times. novl4v n colored tized last Sunday with three year term. Window Shades, Carpets, Oil belief only) present who wanted to know "Budge" Hukill, of this city, has engaged converts. Cloths, Mattresses, &c., exactly why we were Unlversalists, and his services to W. H. Kerr, of North Middle-towYou cannot do it; no, you cannot pass by Last week weatrew on a citizen of Lex- failed from the sermon to find a surcease fr Co. j and will take charge of his stable of that handsome window of J. W. Davis Special Attention Given to --r i ington through the banks, and the draft for the constant yearning in our souls, and trotters on January 1st. "Budge" is an In- without losing your heart and a part of the Undertaking and Repairing. was returned with the following explanacontents of your pocket book. It Is without sadly away disappointed. dustrious young horseman, and will do all doubt the handsomest window in town. It tion on the back : "Can't find him; the grand went is filled with the richest, heaviest and best Main Street, Park, Ky. he promises, and will do It well. jury is in session." silk hankerchiefs that are manufactured ail MATRIMONII. Alajor J. M. Taylor, of Lexingfon, goes to of which are offered at tho same price which O'Donnell, the slayer of Cary, promptly Bob Blaine is soon to wed a society belle at Grand Junction, Tenn., next Thursday to inferior goods are sold for elsewhere. swung off at the appointed time, confessed Maysville. CARLISLE, KY. You can't beat an Olivet dude no more pit his English setter bitch "Lit" In a three that he was a member of the invincibles, than you can beat a Maysville hog. One Lieut.-GoJ. R. Hindman has gone to dass' field trial against the setter dog started riding with his girl not long since, COMMISHorses boarded, trained and sold oat' and that he would not betray a friend for Dallas, Texas, to marry a widow, Mrs. Fan- "Grousedale," belonging to W. A. Bucking- and not having the requisite cash to pass LIVERY SALE AND commission. Livery rigs always kept:Jo-- ; all the gold in England. ham, of Norwich, Conn. The trial is for a them undertlie pole, bet his girl fifteen SION STABLE, nie B. Raney. public hire. Terms reasonable. aj.3f6m cents he could kiss her. She paid. the toll. the largest and Miss Boble Poster, of this purse of 51,000,the world. ever before con- Mt. Olivet Democrat. Thursday night the tobacco barn of Wm. Pat Hunt Higb Street, Paris Kentucky. tended for in H. E. BOSWELL. W. H. B0SWXLL. Hawkins, three miles from Lexington, on city, ran away to Aberdeen, Saturday, and Foster, Moore & Co. have the greatest vaWill break colts to best advantage. Col. Bob Stoner, of Strathmore StocK Farm riety and the nicest line of goods from which the Leestown pike, was burned, with its got married. Christmas presents, such as toy Horses bought and gold on a small marfollowing sales of contents, the year's crop. The loss is about Henry Ammerman and Miss Llda Cosby, this county, made the Saturday, to Jessp to select every variety, handsome gift books, gin, also boarded on as good terms as any books In thoroughbred trotters covered by insurance of 81,500. daughter of Joseph Cosby, were married Knight, Auditor of Wyoming, and Clerk of all kinds of games, fine papeterles, elegant other stables iq Paris. LEXINGTON, KY. near Cynthiana, last week. the 3d District Court, at prices fully In ac- books, standard foreign and American of There ought to be a law enacted to proProse Poetry and Belles Lettres in the newHon. Isaac P. Caldwell was married at hibit tobacco bragging in Paris. Our citi- Louisville several days ago to Miss Jane cordance with the stock H. E. BOSWELL & SON, Prop'ri. est and most superb binding of cloth tree 1 Veline, bay filly, by Strath- wood, calf and morocco. Sets of books, zens are glad to hear that every man has Robertson Jacob, a daughter of Mayor Jacob, more, dam by Mambrino Patchen. handsomely bound and beautifully illustra"the best crop in the State," but then they of the Falls City Att'y-At-LaT- O-, Centrally located, on Short street, near the 2 Roscoe, stalllon.by Strath- ted. Ladies' work boxes, toilet cases, odor do not want to be told Rates, 82 per day. sets, nail sets, Jewel caskets, photograph alof it. more, dam by McConnell's Mambrino. Seymour, Indiana, has ra romance in the 3 Annie Kirksey, yearling filly, by Strath- bums, large plate mirrors, &c. Take your friends with you and give them a call and Mayor Johnson, of Lexington, has signed marriage of a couple after a broken engage- more, dam by Mambrino LeGrand. Investigate lor yourselves, tne most com- thirty-fiv-e years. The man meana contract with the Holly Waterworks Com ment of 4 Ollie, yearling bay filly, by Strathmore, line of Christmas presents in the City, pany of New York, and the old town will while marrying twice, being a double wid- dam by Norman Jr., granddam by Alexan- Flete delight them to show you through Office over B. F. Uurir7! grocery. their stock whether you purchase or not. soon be supplied with plenty to drink. Now ower, and the woman being a widow one der's Abdallah. novlftv only 5 Weanling Chestnut filly, by Strathmore, time. Her first husband had buried what will the newspapers want next ? dam by Cripple, son of Mambrino Chief. six wives. C. E. KICE. G k. ar. bice. Chestnut colt, by Tom Hall, the sire of Opp. Odd Fellows Hall Pakis, Ky The Board of Managers of the Lexington Brown Jug, 2:11, dam by Woodburn Little Asylum ought to be ousted and a new set.ap Pilot, 2d dam by Peck's Idol. , DEATHS. pointed. No set of men like those should Are always ready to wait on the public iriMg 7 Wyoming Chief, bay weanling, by Mamanything pertaining to the barber's linefKtp Wm. Adams, formerly of Little Rock pre- brino Russell; dam by Strathmore. ac- e be permitted to the state on private Sopular prices. Call made at on the ladies', cinct, this county, died last week in Texas. ount of a hired servant being turned off. necessary to wait OFFER for sale privately the farm of 100 r W. H. Wilson, of Cynthiana, was here the sick, &c. Acres Bear the city of Paris, Ky., lately the Miss Mary Mateer, died at the residence of Saturday, and bought out Mr. Kelley's lease Matt. M. Clay. The land Is Garret Lamb, colored, killed an eagle on her mother, near Huthison.on Sunday night, on the Bourbon Fair Grounds, and will at homo of Capt. grass, extends from the city AND DEALERS IK ALT. KINDS OF j-xxnearly all in place, Saturday, which meas- of "consumption. Burial this afternoon, at uieuntner on the southeast to Stoner creek, and once establish a branch of Abdallah Park limits ured seven feet from tip to tip of wings. Mt. Sterling. here, leaving Mr. Kelley In chargtr of same. Is In excellent condition. The dwelling and Furniture, Carpets, Wall Paper, He punched it out of a tree with an old,long additions Window Shades, and Furrecently It is the design of Mr. Wilson to conduct a Improvements to which valuablesubstantial C. Greene, of Louisville, have been made recently are d gun which was once Mary shot dwelLodge of Odd Fel- series of niture Supplies Generally, The brick died, leaving Corinthian horse sales here, the and handsomely finished. pantry, kitchen, AND the property of Garret Davis, Sr. orphans first being already announced for the first ling contains ten rooms, is healthful and lows 810,000, and the widows and cellars, &c. The location MIDDLETOWN, - BY. NORTH week in February, at which consignments attractive. Frank Jones,' a Pennsylvania printer, fund of Kentucky 830,000. G. C. Lockhart, or For terms, apply to whom Major Morey hired to run his paper Mrs. Sarah Belle Waller, wife of Hon.Hen-j- y of stock from Mrs. M. M, Clay, James Miller MINERVA A. CLAY, Executrix. 111., died suddenly of and others have already been received, and at Cynthiana during his honeymoou,bought Special attention given to UNDERTAKWaller, of Chicago, full line of furnitrre, coffins, burial of all he could on $. credit, collected a few ac- apoplexy Thursday night at 8:30. Mrs.Wall-e- r will at once be catalogued for sale. The day Persons having claims against the estate ING. An elegant new hearse: all kinds all suits, carpets, braecet pictures, win cases, and robes of of Capt. M. M. Clay are requested to present caskets and wooden counts and skipped the town, leaving tho was a native of Maysville, Ky. She was of sale is not yet settled on, but will be &c, consttjatly on hand, aa on hand. them properly proven at the law office ot G. kinds beg your inspection and solicit your dow hangings, to. compete with Cincinnati to either precede or follow the annual C. Lockhart, Paris, Ky. will be Bold boarding house keeper in the lurch. The a sister of Mrs. Judith F. Marshall of Louis"We octltX R.M. RICE & SON. I pTlces. MINERVA A. CLAY, ExectttrlX. s bib of Capt. T. E. Moore, at "The Cedars." Democrat calls him a Randall man. ville, Ky. ir Turkeys are semng at io cents per pound The K. C. road will sell excursion tickets on foot, in this city. at extremely low rates from all stations, commencing December 22, andwill be good Black skunk skins are selling at 81, and to return January 21. r. . the spotted ones 25c, in this market. -- . A. M. Fobsyth sold Saturday, thirty shares Jersey McClintock & Son sold Friday four Polk heifer-calveto Rev. Neely. Shelbv- of Deposit Bank stock, at $90 and 891. ville, for $900, and Saturday, three head to 4fr S. J. Taylor, Paris, Tenn., for $225 each. DAU3I & Akgo, the dude barbers, are giving the ladies the Langtry bangs cut of hair. The Ladies of thelltl Christian Church at Millersburg, are going to pay their church James Winston, colored got 21 years for out of debt this year. On Thursday nitrht killing another colored man at'Williams-tow- n. they will give a public entertainment, and on Saturday they will have a cake sale, including turkeys, hams, &c. Everybody Fahmebs who are lucky enough to have not should encourage them. sold their hogs, are enjoying the little boom hugely. Lecture On Wednesday, January 16th e 1884, Rev, Father Barry lecture at Chas. H. VooKHEESftOf Indiana, is general the Subject? "The Sun Light superintendent of the Kentucky Union and Heat." During the course of the lecRailroad. ture Father Barry will explain by a diagram, The city school of Mt. Olivet adjourned the means by which Koemer, the Danish as last week, oh account of a colored wedding tronomer, discovered that light moves 185,000 miles in in a second. in town. ' w VOL. II. 9 1 i JV PARIS, BOURBON COUNTY, OLENTUCKY: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18. 1883. WSW ' iW- -- . T ..or. t - - Xft. 189. m Prop'r. J1HH r scintillations. EVERYBODY'S COLUMN. W, HJ, JOHtt Pfoi'r, 1 1, COmr, Clerk, Jf II J, LOXC, J, LIK Art JOHHSOH HOUSE, PURHELL HOUSE Pet s ' . i will-agai- n court-house- ". -- ELLiOTTTKELr FIEE IISUBAHCE Fire Insurance Agent, 7 - WM. KENNEY, M. D., "BLUE GRASS ROUTE" plc-nl- MEDICINE 840,-00- 0, k - Cas-tlcm- an ' V f Sentinel-Democr- at - - to-da- PARIS 'BUS LINE, 10:-)- CHRIS. GROSOHE, dirty-mouth- ed GOTHS. . al al Fruits, Cakes, Fancy Goods, Cigars and Tobacco, &c. MUler-eUur- g r:-i- x. - UJ L-- Fife Iii$iiiciice Sgertdy, per-lalni- ng pre-parin- g JAMES McAEDLE, TillOE. m e, to-morr- Grand Opera BnilTg, CINCINNATI, Q. HOYSE, be-fo- ro Earn Firs nance TE0. m d ss -- W. DAVIS, fifty-seve- FURNITURE, EWALT, n, T. W. POTTS, LiYery, bale & read Stable S. B. v. first-clas- s: two-year-o- ld PHARES T. THROOP, CARLISLE, two-year-o- ld to-dea- th . - Post-offic- e. KY. A BEAUTIFUL HOME Fashionable Barbers; bull-doz- I R. M. RICE 4 SOU, UNDERTAKERS, o. single-barrele- UNDERTAKER t. asxCT'E'oxtr semi-annu- al Furniture Dealer. ar-ang- ed A 4 y y ..' dl THE".' NEWS.; MES. ' J -- ed to her mfchor, in which she curses the love she could not quench, and adds that she has been more wronged than she coulc? BRUCE CHAMP, Publisher. acknowledge, God only knows how she Tragic death of the Divoroed Wife of had been and deceived. It is said Three Hen Killed and Eleven Badly Miss Keiser, who was a handsome, well fn New York. Wounded. the . KENTUCKY. PARIS, dressed woman, belonged to one of th best families in Utica. Dunn is president 4Rt WHi'lOUVr V of the Old Dominion Her Hind Gives Way Under Her Many a prominent member of the mining and A Terrible Tragedy Enacted at the Poll exTrouble, at a t Ske Dies Candidates change. According to the story told Corola VtlHff forConvention. to the BaviBff Maalac ner Martin, Dunn had been maried recent'State ly and 'just returned to the city from his wedding tour. Miss New York, December 13. Death, this right temple.and-deat- Keiser shotjherself in.the was instantaneous, ewOmSTns, December 14. Primary Jmorning, relieved the divorced wife of ex-TTASHTtfGTCXlSr. Senator Christiancy of all 'the trouble Frank James Released andRtarrestedtt 'flections foTue'legates to the Democratic which followed her short but brilliant marState nominating convention Vwere held 13. Kansas the Cotton and Corn Crops. ried life. After her comparatively aged James wasCity, Mo., December bailFrank throughout the city. The contest in the Estimates fcr at 3 released on $3,000 Washington, December 11. The season husband obtained a divorce from her, o'clock this afternoon, and immediately Seventh Ward was regarded as close, and for cotton picking since the occurrence of the young be rearrested on the charge of killing Cashier much ill feeling was- - shown, which culminaturally wife bottom, crop, came melancholia, Sheets, at Gallatin, in 18G8. James, will nated this afternoon in a terrible tragprey a to f rostsv a in gathering, the It is con- edy .at the poll, corner of Monroe and St. has been quite favorable. The local esti- quite as much, from the change in her be taken to Gallatin sidered doubtful whether he will be admit- Bernard streets. It appears that a man, mates of the aggregate product are not di- circumstances as from the loss of social ted to bail on this of murder. Offminished, and the tone of general comment standing from which she suffered. There icers were present charge waiting to arrest name unknown, came up to vote and was is comparatively hopeful.- - Theindications were, however,- friends of her single days him for stopping the United States mail, challenged. Captain Fostier and brother, of the December returns favosa reduction--o- who still retained their regard for the wom- for robbing a United States paymaster at it is stated, tried to get the man from in about 13 per cent, from the crop of last an they believed to have been wronged. Mussel Shoals, Ala., and for the Northfield front of the poll, but the man was finally year. The percentage of that crop is knocked down, or fell down. A shot Among her schoolmates was a married lady Bank robbery in Minnesota. for thehaf vest of 1883 is as fol- who lives was then fired, which seemed to be at No. 25 Schermerhorn street, A Man Cried "Fire" in a Theater. lows: Virginia, 75 Worth Carolina, 87 immediately became South Carolina, 76; Florida, 95; Georgia Brooklyn. Mrs. Christiancy arrived there Chicago, December 12. An intoxicated a signal, as the firing general. The greatest excitement Louis- eight weeks ago, and was introduced as 82; Alabama, 84; Mississippi, 88; iana, 92; Texas, 9j); Arkansas, 83; .Tennes- Miss Lizzie Ingbee, her maiden name, so individual in the gallery of the Academy the police being powerless against e see, 102. This report points to a crop of as to avoid notoriety. Mrs. Dr. Dupie, in of Music last night set up a cry of "Fire," the combatants. When the shooting about 6,000,900 bales. "It is .possible the whose home Mrs." Christiancy "was stop- and the large audience surged toward ceased, it was found that Captain Michael cotton movement of the year may pass ping, soon discovered that she was a victim the consequence. exit doors in J. Fostier, a prominent Ogden champion, that limit. The returns of the corn pro- to chloral, and suffered dreadfully from The manager had the exits on the was mortally wounded. He was removed duction are more conservative than in Oc- insomnia,., at times from .nausea. Dr. main floor closed, and by kis efforts and to his residence, where he expired in a few tober ',&$& November, from injury to soft Dupie was not called upon to treat her those on the stage succeeded in reassuring minutes. He leaves a wife and three corn by 'the warm, moist .weather, north of lodger professionally, but in friendly asso- the audience. The galleries were emptied children. Fostier was well known as comthe fortieth parallel. Corn that has been ciation with her discovered that her without any serious mishap occurring. mander of a battery in the cribbed is in a worse condition than for lodger was not a- single .woman, and The man who raised the disturbance is undrills at Nashville, Indianmany . .years,' and the proportion of un- finally, that she was the divorced der arrest. apolis and other points. Gus. Renaud; Christiancy. About merchantable corn is therefore large. The wife of Superintendent of the streets in the SevA Rich Gold Find in the Rockies. final estimate-othe quantity produced will three weeks ago the unfortunate woman enth Ward under Commissioner Fitzpat-ricfall a few millions short of the indications began to suffer severely with her eyes, so was picked up in an unconscious Ottawa, December 13. Advices are rebush- much so indeed that the room that she of previous returns, or twenty-thre- e condition and taken to the Fifth discovels per acre. The wheat aggregate slightly occupied had to be darkened. " I'm a per- ceived showing a large gold find Station, where he " for God's sake ered in. the Rocky Mountains one milo PrecinctFour wounds were died in aonlittle exceeds 400,000,000 bushels. The oat crop secuted woman," she said, his found while. north of Podmore. The find is reported an body. He leaves a wife and one child. is about 4 per cent, larger than last year, don't turn me out of this house." Dr. Dupie's assurance that she could re- immense bonanza. The surface find is cop- Edward Masson, a deputy constable, and exeeds.500,000,OCH) bushels. The yield of rjre and barley is. a little less than .82, main beneath his roof quieted her for a per, assaying sixty pounds per ton, and received three balls in leg, the time. Last Monday morning Mrs. Chris- under that is gold. and buckwheat is reduced more than which t severed an artery, and he ' tiancy left her room, clad only in her time. He survived short but a A Monopolist in Sweetness.' night dress, and, reaching the door of Dr. leaves a wife and two, children. The folDupie's sleeping apartment, knocked for Oscar Wilde's Picture. San Francisco, December 12. The ru- lowing named were wounded: Sheriff Rob"Washington,. December 13. The case of admission. "I am" being hunted down," mor that Claus Spreckels had cornered the ert Brewster, a bullet in the leg; John Bres-teagony; the poor wontan shot in the side, a dangerous wound. Lithographic Company youprotect me?" cried in are sate "won't entire Hawaiian sugar production is conthe Burow-Gile- s hero,'.'' "You Bran-noagainst Napoleon Sarbny was argued in the Doctor replied. "Would you not like firmed. The quantity is estimated at Gus Peardeon, Mike Early and Peterinstru- n received wounds with blunt to see your parents?" "I would indeed," 80,000,000 pounds, sufficient to enable him ments. John Dominick was also wounded the "OTqired States Supreme Court photograph of the excited lady answered. "I think to control the sugar trade of the coast. It relates to the in the leg, Chas. Fazio, David'Krackerman, come on." I Oscar "Wilde, the apostle of aesthetic cul- Herwill write for them to "Washington George Tirado, John Astredo andChas.( parents arrived from Flacho are also reported wounded, After ture, and involves the question whether CABLEGRAMS. but came too late, however, to the shooting Sheriff Robert Brewster and the copyright acts; 'in so far as they see their daughter who died a raving maniDeputies John Dominick, Dan Glous, and grant protection to photographs, are con- ac. A was made to ascerThe Franco-GhineTrouble. Mike Early, who had pistols in their hands, stitutional. Counsel for Sarony argued tain whether or not she committed suicide, London, December 11. The Paris corre- surrenderee: to the police and were locked as a bottle chloral that the latter had "invented" the picture mantlepieceof of her was found upon the spondent of the Times says: "After the up. They refuse to make any statement. room. The examina vote yesterday on the Tonqnin credits bill It is stated that forty or fifty shots were in controversy; that is, "had posed Oscar Wilde before the camera, selected his cos- tion disclosed that the immediate cause China must abandon all hope of France re- fired. There was a large crowd about the tume, as well as the draperies and other was Bright's disease. treating. The time has come for neutral polls at the time. accessories, arranged said Oscar Wilde in powers to dispel the illusions of the ChiA Brutal Murder in Maine. a graceful position, and suggested .and nese and to urge upon China the necessity More Swindling of Pension Applicants. evoked the desired pleasing expression." Portland, Me., December 13. Lewis E. of conciliation. This, counsel maintained," made Sarony the Hopkins, "Slim" Jim," and Ren Turner Washington, December 14. Recently Paris, December 11. author or inventor, not of the subject of the were on a spree last night, and killed "Old latest news from ChinaAccording to the the Commissioner of Pensions caused the the father of the picture, it was true, but of the picture itEmperor, the head of the war party, has self. Counsel for the lithograpuing com- Joe," an Indian, and then assaulted his assumed direction of the Tonquin affairs arrest of Dr. Azel Ames, of Boston, on a wife. The assailants were arrested. The charge of defrauding pensioners. Ames pany, however, contended that Sarony had not produced or invented Oscar Wilde, but house where the murder occurred was. by virtue of an imperial decree, thus virtu- was the President of the Board of Examdeposing the viceroy and the presimerely arranged him that is, newly ar- occupied by Old Joe and another Indian ally of the Tsung Li Yamen. The deputies ining Surgeons, and is highly connected. dent ranged something already extant. If this narried Nicolas Carter, and Sewall have adopted the budget of the ministry of His case is the first one of the kind was invention, Sarony had mistaken the. Plummer, owner of the house. The office war. It is believed Admiral Courbet has brought to notice. The pensionagents, remedy. He should have taken out a pat-has discovered thieving pension Hopkins and Turner, passed begun active operations. ent instead of a copyright. To dbtain a through old Joe's room to the .kitchen, clerks, and Hong Kong, December 12. Every prep- dishonest before Ames fraudulent pensioncopyright the person claiming protection where they found Plummer and' the Inwas found lout the ers, but must be the author of a visible article on dian Nicolas and his wife and little girl. aration is being made in Canton to place boards of examining surgeons have been which the copyright is granted. Sarony was Hopkins' first words were, "You've the city in a defensible cqndition. Yes- above reproach. Ames is the President with the not the creator of Oscar Wilde, and the got ,a good fire, but if you hadn't I'd terday the Viceroy,equipped Imperial Com- of a company called the Eagle Odorless five gunboats Evacuating photograph was not such" an original as make it hot pretty quick." Soon missioner, Pang, an apto make a thorough inspection of the forts plicant for aCompany. Just before receive could be copyrighted. All the photo- after Turner asked Plummer to drink, pension was about "to and torpedo lines. He will return on his money, Ames would go to him and say: grapher did was to put Wilde in a particu- and- - both entered Plummer's room. Friday. lar suit of clothes, have him cross his legs Nicolas succeeded in getting out of the "I would like to have you take some Paris, December 12. Admiral Courbet stock in our company. It pays twenty per in a particular fashion, and put his hand room with his family, although Hopkins aton his hip. This work was not the work of tempted to prevent them. While the drink- will soon ask China? to renew negotiations, cent, and is a good investment. Smith an author, and Sarony was not entitled, ing was going on "Old Joe" and his wife the military position in Tonquin to remain took some stock the other day, and his pencounsel maintained, to copyright protec- locked the bedroom door and went to bed, meantime undisturbed. If the ncgotia sion was allowed the next day." Under Admiral tion. onljr to be dragged forth again by the mur- tions are declined theHunghoa, will sehse such inducements the unfortunate victim and again generally took some stock. The extent of " who, after drinking, hurst in the Bacninh, Sontay and derers, peaceful settlement. A sec- the Eagle Odorless Company's swindling Notes. door, seized "Old Joe's" wife, and threw her appeal for a will be followed by the seizure is up in the thousands. When arrested,' Bj- - direction of the Secretary of War, to on a bed in the kitchen, where she- was ond refusal complete the record, Captain Ewell P. ravished by Turner, while Hopkins at- of a main port, other than Shanghai or Ames denied that his company was a fraud, Drake5Eleventh Ohio Cavalry, is mustered tacked "Old Joe," who tried to dQfend his Canton, owing to unwillingness to offend and says that he had given advice: to the pensioners to purchase stock,J out and honorably discharged, to date Sep- wife's honor. Hopkins struck the Indian other powers. tember 8, 1SGG, the date to "which he was a blow on the temple, knocking him down Paris, December 13. It is reported that believing it to be a legitimate;' The fallacy of this properly" retained, in service. and jumped on his head, sinking the nails a revolution has taken place in Hue, and investment. statement was discovered In The total value of the forest product of of his heavy boots deep into the Indian's that the king of Anam has been killed. AnHe then ravished the woman. other report says he was poisoned by the looking up the records the Commissioner United" States for the census year is es- face. the party. There are rumors in found that an injunction had been made retheir purpose timated at $70p,,000,000; in other words, the After accomplishing Hong Kong of a fresh declaration of war straining the company from continuing up went murderers stairs forest products exceed the value of our the g crops of hay, rye, oats, barley, buckwheat, and attempted ' to enter the room by Anam against France. is business, byreason'of its fraudulent charpotatoes, and tobacco taken together. They occupied by Carter and his family strongly fortified by the French, palisades acter. This injunction was sustained by the Attorney General of Massachusetts, amount to ten times the value of the gold Carter told them they could not enter. and blockhouses being erected. three years ago, and has never been reThey tried to force the door. Carter then 13. A Hanoi dispatch and silver of which we make so much London, December versed. The Commissioner has a clear case to more than three times the opened the window, and by the aid of the of the 5th confirms the report of the breakvalue of .the precious metals and coal and water spout got his family safely out of the ing out of a revolution at Hue, and the poi- against Ames, and it is said that the rigid house and came to the village and" notified soning of King Hipemah. The new king of investigation that is to be made will inother minerals combined. The Anam is Tiephoa. The influence of the volve many prominent people of the Hub. The Postmaster General has directed the officers. The arrest followed. verdict of the Coroner's Jury was that h mandarins is paramount at Postmasters to exchange for the public, as Joseph Dennis came to his death at the .Hue, and war against France is proclaimed. Burning of the Steamboat Josie Harry. applications are made, three and Lorenzo denominations of postage-stamp- s and hands of Louis E. Hopkins, murder. H. The French force in charge of Hue is insuffiMemphis, Tenn., December 14. The cient to meet the new danger, and rein- steamer stamped envelopes for others of different Turner being accessory to the Josie Harry, en route from White forcements are necessary. denominations, the stamped envelopes to Chicago Gets the Convention. R iver to this port,burned this afternoon at be exchanged 'at their full current rate. Stamped envelopes bearing printed cards Washington, December 12. The parlors Great Storms Roported Throughout Great Reeve's Landing, fifteen miles below here. and special request, as well as ordinary and corridors of the Arlington were filled Britain. Her cargo consisted of six hundred bales stamped envelopes, will be exchanged, also this morning with members of the National London, December 12. Violent gales of cotton and a quantity of cotton seed, stamped envelopes that bear printed adRepublican Committee and delegations of prevailed throughout England last even- which, together with the steamer, were todress. , tally destroyed. The fire One thousand one hundred and twenty the various States. The Committee was ing, with much damage in London and the origin on the starboard side, had its abreast 12 o'clock, and Senator provinces. Much property has been de- of the boilers, blocks of marble, containing 27,718 cubic called'to order at among some cotfeet, and'490 blocks, of granite, containing Sabin, of Wisconsin, was chosen as stroyed on land and sea, and many iives ton bales. Captain Milt Harry at once 14,438 cubic feet, were built into the WashMr. offered the lost. Huge trees were torn up and carried marshaled his entire force and fought the chairman. Elkins ington Monument during the past working resolutions, which were adopted away. The low lying districts of Birming- fire, without effect; and, seeing the danger season. respect by rising vote, a of . which threatened the passengersjand crew, to the memory of ex.sGovernor Marshall ham were flooded. The Leicester car- ordered the steamer landed, which Jewell, late chairman of the committee. A riage works were destroyed. At Birkenand all escaped. The boatimrned to the. DOMESTIC. motion fixing the time of holding the next head great damage was done. The chief water's edge. She was valued at $30,000,) convention on Tuesday, June 3, 1884, was officer of a steamer just arrived from Glas- and was owned exclusively by Captain', Daring Work of Masked Burglars in St. agreed to, and a call issued to that effect. gow was killed. At Liverpool cabs were Milt R. Harry. The insurance is unknown Chicago was selected on the third ballot as overturned and many buildings damaged. The money in the desk was saved, but the' Louis. j At Lincoln the parapet of the tower of the safe was lost. the St. Louis, December. 12 There is great tion.best city in which to hold the conven- cathedral was blown down. A ship was blown from its moorings in indignation here over the doings of a .band Rioting Between Italians and Negroes. ; At South Shields of masked burglar arid thieves, who last A Crank Proposes for Miss Mollie Garfield Belfast Harbor. 14. Pittsburg, broke adrift and St. Louis, December 12. The man who vessels were sunk. The British three took place lastDecemberthe A serious riot night took possession of the North End, and, wherries ship night at Blue with pistols nourishing, perpetrated no less called upon the widow of Garfield and Liverpool, from Quebec for Greenock, is a Tunnel, near here, between Mountain Italian and1 than five daring robberies. Their methods wanted to marry her daughter is the E. R. total wreck hear Stranraer, Scotland, only negro laborers. During the night two of were open robbery, accompanied with force Buckland who, two weeks since, made the a man and a boy saved from the crew. persons were killed at Hull and several the latter broko into a shanty containing and violence. Weapons were used, and matrimonial mattack on General Sherman's Two An. injured. A portion of Portsmouth was, provisions and were discovered. arthe scoundrels were not at all slow nor un- household butthis city. wasHe was that flooded. At Hartlepool many ships were alarm was given and about 100 Italians at- proven after it rested here, willing 'to shed blood if the slight- he was a harmless crank, who had paid damaged. At Birmingham two persons tacked the negroes with shotguns and The negroes un-- : being est resistance was offered. Only a few similar visits to General Logan and other were .killed and a number injured. Three pistols. days ago a saloon opposite the west gate prominent men, he was discharged from were killed at Manchester. At Dewsbury armed, returned the assault with clubs and' of Bellefountaine Cemetery was robbed. custody. He went from here direct to three were killed. At Chester a man was stones, but were finally forced to seek shel-- j All the.yisitors were made the victims, as Cleveland, but not without telling the St. blown down in the street and killed. ter after four of their number were woundwell as the proprietor, the raiders display- Louis' authorities that he was going there Two persons were killed at Liverpool. A ed, one of these fatally, and the other three' ing their pistols and threatening to kill in to marry Miss. Garfield. They thought at portio'n of the roof of St. Mary's Church, at quite seriously injured, but will probablyi true "James boys" style. No clue to the the time the fellow was jesting, and never Berwick, was destroyed. Several houses recover, although their bodies are filled' gang was discovered, and nothing further believed that he would fulfill his promise. in the suburbs of Nottingham were with shot. This morning the rioting was." was heard of this nature until last night. blown down. At Kidwick a gasome- renewed, and the negroes driven away.1 Then John Neiss' saloon, No. 903 Railroad Accident. The ter was demolished. postal Everything is now quiet, and no further Fourth street, - w,as entered by three telegraph inspector was cut in half at trouble is apprehended. 13. The Savanna, Ga., December masked men, who fired at the bartender, passenger train came in collision "Leeds. At Bradford the monuments in Mrs. Goodwin Caught at Last. and then stole all the money in the place. Undefcliff' Cemetery and a portion of the Five other establishments were entered with an up - freight near the ninety-tw- o 'depot of the Midland Railway were blown Easton, Pa., December 14. Mrs. J. C. mile post, on the Central Railroad of down. Several vessels docked in the Merand robbed in the same way; At John Georgia early this morning, and both sey were damaged. Two vessels were Goodwin, wanted at Wheeling, W.Va.,and corner of Sixteenth street and Cass avenue, the gang saw Kellman close his trains were wrecked. J. F. Wilson, of wrecked at Dunure, Scotland, and two men other cities for swindling girls she engaged palace and then enter an outhouse injthe yard. Davisbofo, Ga., was killed; A. H. and S. drowiied. The lowlands in West Lanca- to learn the art of dressmaking, was conScarcely had he done so when two men leap- C Stephens, of Bartow. Ga., badly wound- shire and Garstang District were flooded. victed of defrauding a hotel proprietor. ed iron behind a "shed and each of them pre- ed; Fanny Freeman (colored), of Milledge-vill- At Glasgow the damage to property was She will also be tried here for larceny and leg broken, and fireman Mike Falvey very great. sented a." pistol at him through the" door. obtaining money by false pretense. She is He saysthe barrels shone like silver in the was badly injured. wanted by the Government for an illegal Notes, moonlight. Mr. Kellman closed the door use of the mail. Massachusetts also claims and shouteuV loudly for the police. The A Wronged Woman's Despair and Suicide. A yessel confining twenty pounds of her. men ran away and he saw them no more. gunpowder with a December 13. New They caught a butcher .in the act of Keiser, York, year , old, of Miss R. E. found at Limerick fuse lying near, was a few nights ago. A thirty Utica, N. Y., closing his place, and made him throw up man named t Jarvey was arrested on suspiOne of the most remarkable cases his hands, and then turned his pockets in- committed suicide in the Windsor Hotel cion of having it in charge. Previous to the discovery of the 6ut The robtiers are described to be side of suicide that have occurred of late At Moscow an immense of about five feet six inches in height, wear- suicide, at G o'clock this evening, the hotel people gathered before the throng of a poor 'years is recorded in" a San Francisco house mering stiff hats and none of them seemed to detective heard loud voices of chant lately deceased, to receive the money paper. Miss Dolly St. Clair, aged fourbe over twenty-thre- e years of .age. All in the room of usually distributed at the demise of a teen, preferred a youngman's company last nightand this morning the police and George quarreling W. Dunn, broker, of wealthy person. The pressure was so grea to the specialofficersVere busy on the case. No. 72 Broadway, stayinga after at the Windsor that several persons were crushed to death theeating, and it was two hours made regular dinner time when she Hotel with his- wife. A few minutes after and "four severely injured. Turning a Foundatlen into a Mine. the report of a pistol rang through the A Belgrade dispatch of the 12th says: her appearance at the table. Her father corridor. The detective, endeavored to Exchange reports have been published first scolded her and finally thrashed Las yiixsAS, New MExico,December 11. This puxwixtg in digging the foundation open the door, but found it obstructed by with regard to the number of executions as her, whereupon the young miss walked the body of a young woman, while Mr. the results of the of the recent for theSewy Court-housthe laborers, old Mrs. Dunn were too much overwhelmedand revolt. The total suppression only eighteen to another part of the house, took a reto number is jninersj saw symptoms of "pay dirt." make any statement, except to say volver four a schoo- Tierself,from a bureau drawer and shot They immediately gave it a trial, which that Miss Keiser had shot herself. They lmaster priests, four merchants,these inflicting injuries which at last were resulted. in striking-i- rich. There is great refused afterward to say anything about taken and nine peasants. All Several were executed accounts would undoubtedly prove faexcitement in town, and everybody is the "affair. The motive for Knimrio ic cn?H t for shooting peasants who refused to ioin tal. Chicago Herald. takin0ff claims. I be disappointment in love. I"ossession i the revolt. Ex-Sena- tor CHKD3TIANCT. ofthe womCn was found .& letter address- NEW0RLEANS BI0T. Xrailth (M0PHS. First Session. Washington, December 11. Senate Mr. Anthony. entered the chamber immediately after the reading1 of the journal, and took the oajth. The Chair laid before thb Senate letters from the Secretary of War transmitting the report of the Chief of Ordnance in regard to the tests in iron and steels; in regard to expenditures at Springfield Armory furnishing information as to the necessity ot continuing work at Rock Island Arsenal, and recommending an,, appropriation of $11,000 THE COXMOffWEAiTH. The Superintendent of the Institution for Kentucky' Dear Mete. 4! C Mining-Company- , TelegraphicNews aI ing to a ship to-da- y - f now-indicate- prevailed, " com-"petiti- ve - ex-Senat- or f k, of their own production to other than manufacturers without special tax. By Mr. ValentineTo compel the payment by the Union Pacific Railroad of the cost of surveying and selecting certain lands granted it. By Mr. Robinson, of New York A resolution of inquiry calling upon the Secretary of the Interior for Information concerning the purchase of public lands by foreign noblemen, so called, and titled aliens, with their names and amount of acres purchased. Washington, December 13. Senate Mr. Van Wyck offered resolutions calling on the Secretary of the Treasury for copies of all canal between Chesapeake and Delaware "Bays. The Senate confirmed Walter Q. Gresham as Postmaster General. The President sent a'Torge number of nominations to the Senate,mostly recess appointments, among them being Walter Evans as Commissioner of Internal Revenue, and Benjamin Sutterworth as Commissioner of Patents. Adjourned. HousE-JT- he Speaker feeling indisposed, Mr. Cox, of New York, occupied the Chair. Among the bills introduced were the following: By Mr. Lacy To establish a Postal Saving Department. By Mr. Muldrow To enlarge the powers and duties of the Department of Agriculture. By Mr. Haten To establish a Bureau of Animal Indu8tr3 to prevent the importation of diseased cattle and the spread of contagious diseases among domestic arfimals; also, to allow farmers and planters to sell leaf tobacco there; for transmitting a report relat- one-thir- d. r, this-afternoo- n. to-da- y, post-morte- m se vouchers of items of expense for special or assistant attorneys and detectives, with the names of the parties since March 4, 18S3, except such period as has been covered by information already furnished the Tenate. Tho Sonata took up and discussed the resolution offered yesterday by Mr. Beck, directing the Secretary of the Treasury to furnish information concerning the sinkingfund., Mr. Wilson called up his joint resolution pro-posing an amendment to tho constitution relative to the civil rights of citizens, and moved its reference to the committee on judioiary. The resolution proposes the following article, 16: "Congress shall have power by appropriate legislation to protect citizens of the United States in the exercise and enjoyment of their rights, privileges, immunities, and assure them or the equal protection ox tne law. JUr. Wilson addressed the Senate in support of his resolutions. It was then referred to the Judiciary Committee. Adjourned. House. The following is the text of tjc-ti- on the Education of Deaf Mutes in Kentucky, has sent his annual report to Governor Knott. The present attendance at the Institute is 131, of which number 74 are' males and 57 are females. The totaI receipts from the State and sale of old material 'during the year was $60,2SG, and ' the total disbursements was $67,011.88, leaving a deficit of $6,725.88. The Superintendent, in discussing the question as to ithe admission ot colored mutes to the In questions says: stitution, "These are frequently put to us by interested parties who seem quite anxious to obtain benefits for their children like those accorded the whites. To all such we can only reply that no provision has as yet been made, but that judging from the vote of the State placing the hearing colored children on a par with the white, we be lieve the time is not far distant when some action will be taken for the relief of colored mutes. Of course we cannot entertain for a moment the thought of placing them among the white children, as is the case in the States which join us on the north. This is practicable in our insane asylums, where the two races can be as much isolated as if they were in different sections of the State but not in our institutions where they would be compelled to mingle socially in every department. "We might, however, follow the example of the States south of us, an and establish institution for their, exclusive use, "wherein though separate from the whites, they might enjoy the same privileges as to education. The institution might; be put under the same Board of Commissioners and the same principal, and thus secure the benefit of the experience they have gained in managing the institution for the whites. The census returns show that there are ninety-fou- r colored deaf mutes in the State within the school age, half of whom would most likely accept an education if it were offered. If your Excellency, upon consideration, deems it proper to recommend an appropriation for the establishment and support of an institution of this kind, it will be entirely agreeable to us to undertake its control." The receipts were 700 hogsheads, against 690 is liOaUrille Leaf Tobacco 3Iarkct. last week and 250 in the corresponding week of last year. The actionof the market has afforded but little ground for remark. There has been a healthy, steady demand for the Burley styles on offer, and prices the joint resolution introduced by Rep- have been fully supported. Dark and resentative Townsend in regard to the with of Germany concerning American hog heavy styles have also been steady, sufthe exception that common short leaf Tho government products: "Whereas, seen fered a decline early in the week, which has of tho German Empire fit full-weight mur-derdr- s, 1 - to-da- y. anti-Frenc- h Hai-Phon- anti-Frenc- six-ce- nt was-don- e 46w-nigh- t Kell-man- 's e, to-nig- -- persons - e, t red-hande- d. to prohibit has since been recovered from. Lugs and the importation of American hog products, upon the unproven other grades of leaf have been quotably assumption that thej' are deleterious to the packWe quote public health. Whereas, Said government of unchanged. German Empire has declined an ages of old crop tobaccos as follows: the j invitation to send its own experts to Dark and Heavy. Burley. for this country the purpose of $5 00 3 75 55 00 7 00 Trash examining the quality and manner of mar6 25 6 00 8 00 5 75 Common lugs keting hog products; and Whereas, It 6 75 7 0010 03 6 00 appears from the proceedings of said governMedium lugs 6 50 7 25 8 0013 00 ment the same has, or claims to have, full Good lugs 7 75 8 0010 00 6 75 authority to prohibit the importation of any Common leaf 9 00 12 0015 00 7 75 foreign goods by it, believed to be in- Medium leaf 9 0011 00 18 001M 00 jurious to health, without tho assent of the Good leaf reichstag. Therefore, be it Resolved, by the Fine and fancy leaf... 12 0017 00 nominal. Senate and House of Representatives that the President be and is hereby authorized during 31 iscellaneouH Items. the recess of Congress to prohibit tho imporA very peculiar homicide occurred at any goods, which, upon advice or extation of perts, he shall hold to be injurious to health, the house of Ed. Clarke, four miles abovs irom those countries which, upon the samp Owensboroat 5 o'clock a few mornings ground, prohibit the importation of American ago. At the hour named a stranger enterproducts. Washington, December 13. Senate Mr. ed the house, arousing the inmates and actRudolph introduced a bill for the admission ing in a very mysterious manner. He sat into the Union of the State of Washington. It down on the kitchen floor for a few moprovides for the admission of Washington ments, andjthen, making his way to their Territory and a portion of Idaho. Mr. Mordttacked "Clarke's daughters rill introduced a bill to provide a commission with a large club. A young man named for the liquor traffic. It Is the same bill which Joe Bumpers, who was spending the passed the Senate at the last session, but failased in the House. The Senate, on night at the house, came to the ladies' sistance, and after wording off the blows motion of Mr. Frye, took up considerreport of the committee on with his arm, grasped a pistol from the ation of the rules and proceeded to consider the new rules mantle-piec- e and shot the man through the" seriatim. The first proposed rule reads as folheart, killing him instantly. An inquest lows: First In the absence of the tjw Senate shall choose a President pro was held, but nothing could be learned of tem. oecond In the abseneo of the and pending an election of a Presi- the man, who he was or where he came from. He was of rather good appro tempore, tho Secretary of the Sendent ate, or in his abrence the chief clerk, Bhall pearance, and on his person was found a the duties of the chair. perform Third The President pro tempore shall watch with M. W. .on the case. A small have the right to name in open Senate, or if amount of money and a picture of a young absent in writing, a Senator to perform the duties of the chair; and the Senator designat-- . woman taken at Stockholm, Sweden. ed may discharge such duties for a From his strange actions he was evidently not exceeding period days, insane. three unless the senate otherwise order. Investigating for the cause of a sudden Mr. Garland moved to amend the new rule, striking out the three day limitation, and in- failure of a fine cow to give milk, D. J. serting instead, "But such substitution shall Phillips, of "Warren County, discovered not extend beyond an adjournment," which is that a litter of pigs were sucking the cow the provisions at present in force. He opposed allowing a longer time than the actual sit- regularly. She seemed 'to be devoted to ting of the Senate for a delegated power. The the pigs, and separation from them discussion was continued by Messrs. Mo gan, Hoar and others. The amendment offer- was found to be the only method to stop ed by Mr. Garland was lost by yeas 24 to nays this cheating of the calf. 29 all the Democrats voting for and all the Deputy Sheriff Geo. W. MoCormick Republicans egainst it. After an executive session the Senate adjourned until Monday. and Ellis Dean, of Montgomery County, Washington, December 14. House Mr. succeeded a few nights ago in arresting Hoblitzell introduced a joint resolution urgJas. Morrison, one Of the notorious Barnett ing the various religious denominations of gang of murderers .who went to the house the country to commemorate December 23, of Vaughn Helton, in Montgomery County 18S3, the one hundreth anniversary of the surone night last June, and brutally murrender of George Washington of his commisthe presence of his wife. as commander in chief of the dered him in sion John Barnett and seven o hers were arrestarmy, and to request that business bo suspended on Monday, December 24, and the ed for the crime, and one oftlie party, samo to be treated as a public holiday. Re- Mark Miller, turned State's evidence and ferred to a special committee. Mr. Horr ask- gave the whole thing away. Barnett and ed leave to offer a resolution that the House the other six were sentenced to the Penibring to the notice of tho President the cases of the recent murder of several persons, al- tentiary for life. leged citizens of the United States, and seriThe Adjutant General of Kentucky, John ous injury to several of her persons, also al- B. Castleman, has ordered a thorough inleged citizens of the United States, at Danville, Va., in hope that the President will ascer- spection of the State Guard. Officers hithtain whether the persons murdered or injured erto elected, but not examined as required were citizens of the United States, if so, whether the killing aud injuring of such citizens, if by law, will be examined as the respective there were such, were in contravention of the companies are inspected, and no one will be provisions of the municipal law of the State of commissioned who is not qualified. NonVirginia or any law of the United States. Mr. Morrison objected for the present, saying commissioned officers will also undergo a that the President knew as much about the thorough examination in the School of the matter as Congress did. Mr. Cabell said that as a representative of the people, Soldier. assailed by the resolution, he was sorry objecDavid Haix and Joseph "Wells, of tion had been made. He was willing to have Letcher County,a remote mountain county, the fullest investigation of the matter. The Committee on Rules was announced as fol- became engaged in a difficulty, a short lows: The Speaker, Messrs. Blackburn, Ran- time since, when Hall drew his knife and dall, Keifer and Reed. Mr. Washburn introduced a bill providing for the removal of stabbed Wells in the shoulder, breaking oS obstructions to the free navigation of nav- the blade at the handle. "Wells got his igable waters of the United States. Referred. carbine, and going to Hall's house he shot Mr. Cox, of New York, asked leave to introhim, inflicting a mortal wound. The duce for immediate consideration a joint resolution to repeal the test oath. Mr. Hoar ob- wound infltcted on "Wells is also thought to jected. A number of executive communications were laid before the House and appro- bo fatal. priately referred. At 12:15 p. m. the House A Boy named Lewis was seriously woundadjourned to Monday. Among the leaves cf ed at Nicholasville by the accidental disabsence granted was one to Mr. George D. Robinson, of Massachusetts, who was granted charge of a pistol which he, in a fit of au indefinite leavo. anger, was loading to shoot his father with. A CUTTING affray took place in Cynthiana, . recently, between J. M. Lowery and Boston has a new roller-skatin- o George Martin, in which Martin was cut rink, tho largest in the world. The several times about the face. They had skating surface is of Seyssel asphalt, been drinking together and began quarrelwith an area of over 50,000 square feet. ing, when Lowery jerked out his knife and Around this is laid a birch surface 30 inflicted two ugly wounds on Martin's face, feet wide, giving an additional area of one across the nose, and the other on tho 80,000 square feet. Raised seats for side of his face. spectators surround the floor, and afMr. Charlton Morgan, Steward of th-ford a fine view of the skating and of Eastern Kentucky Lunatic Asylum, was the Bicycle races and polo games which formally dismissed from that office by tho the managers propose to hold during Governor a few days ago. Mr. T. Logan the season. The room is furnished Hocker, of Lexington, was appointed his with 2,000 pair of skates, and patrons successor. also have the privilege of brino-inBenjamin Chaney, aged seventy-six- , their was own skates. The lighting is by efectric-it-y. found dead in bed at Covington of apo Boston Herald, I plexy. bed-roo- m, Vice-Preside- nt Vice-President, f " 4 s o 'V rsi TJlKSL ani household. CMIlic Dost. aorrel-colore- d A Sobered Dnde. nor In- - ty, for iT are re m ind .88, ler- - ' to lln- - ons ter ob- - a fertilizer are of no hsa Irof. Nordenskjold appears to hsre bone, nor bone without ashesifc found in the middle of Greenland nothWithout ing but ice, worms and cosmic dust The Troy Titnes. To harden soap, cut bars of yellow ice was to have been expected. The soap into about seven pieces each and worms were somewhat of a surprise, no arrange them a little way apart on doubt But the cosmic dust is, in the In about six weeks language of the immortal Swiveller, storeroom shelves. will be as hard as desired. The "an unmitigated staggerer.' This mysthey terious matter was found, so we are told, ffouseliold. in combination with common mundane Apple Chee?e: To each pound of pulp dust, and the Professor, who will have his add two ounces of butter, the juice ana Joke, named the compound krvokonite. rind of half a lemon, the yolks of two ergs and white of one; boil again gently He supposes that the common dust blew tilfit thickens. This makes a delicious over the iceTfrom some part of the earth where dust is possible; but 'the cosmical filling for tartlets or open tarts. N. Y. dust is said to be "metallic,-- and presumHerald. Ashes as " A Louisville man having'found a hoard on which a house was painted was wont to limber-- his 'brushes and try his colors, is trying to sell it as a landscape by one- of the old masters. Chicago . JSerald. w .ose lan lyet 'oto red be me llor- - pain lena this lere late Ihey in sif in rer. of pi on lem Ihey to put lers Exchange. For the sake of yariety cook a fish this way once in a while: Cut it in 'in slices not more than two'inches thick, and let it cook slowly on the back" of the stove until done in a soup or- gravy made by boiling ene or two small onions, sliced, in water, with salt, pepper, and a little parsley. Serve with drawn-buttan ounce of er matter witn wmcn it is mixed4; can be easilr cleaned by rinsing them A quantity of it has been brouffht with bisulphate of lime. This arrests back analysis by the Professor, but fermentation. The bisulphate also be- while for awaiting the verdict of Science comes changed into sulphate of lime upon its nature the world would like to (plaster), and stops up the pores of the have Prof. Nordenskjold's theory as to wood, thus serving a double purpose. how it got to Greenland. Cosmical dust When sheep are changed from pas- we suppose means dust of the universe; ture to dry food they frequently suffer dust derived from all the other planets from costiveness. To prevent this mix in our system, and perchance from stray four ounces of sulphur with a pound of comets and asteroids and things. It is lard and place the mixture where they somewhat unfortunate that Science can have access to it at all times. For should not yet have fully made up its stubborn and long; continued cases give mind as to the nature of the vehicle linseed oil. inter-planeta- ry Cider barrels, says the Fruit Grower, ably is easily distinguishable, from the ure ave N ites lica- - hat the fof icy, to Sab- - of ible ll. i o oo 3 00 0 00 5 00 00 7 00 8 00 they can stand the heat better. Both are important oel a considerable farm, and if the ox is found to be worth the most when age suspends labor, the horse will have made up the difference by the celerity of his movements, and the more diversified uses for which his labor has been made availab e. Both are good in their places, and no extensive farmer is properly equipped for business who is destitute of either. Lewiston Journal. Men's Clothing. gravy. N. Y. Post. A correspondent of the Bee Journal reminds young apiarists that they must not expect to have a heavy increase in the number of swarms and a large crop of honey at the same time. Many base their prospects on the number of swarms thejr possess, ignorant that excessive swarming so weakens the bees that they gather little surplus honey. Foaming Sauce: One cupful of butter, two of powdered sugar, the whites of two eggs, and a fourth of a Beat the butter cup of boiling water. to a cream first, then stir in the sugar; now the whites of the eggs, unbeaten, When all is light and one at a time. smooth, pour in the boiling water slowly. Stir until smooth and frothy, which will be in about two minutes if set into a bowl of hot water. For rich puddings. Boston Post. As a general thing the summer reason through horses can do more work than oxen, for this reason, if no other at lovs ngs Iter- - tct-- sat Imo- - leir :ers Led the as- )WS the the test I 1 of line ap- - 1 a nail ung ien. ltly iden ). lered cow J. to hem stop JICK ting nett louse mty nur- - Ivife. Irest- lirt3ri and and eni- - Jolm i ln- nith-lirt cl jtive ill be iNon- - jo a the 1, rty, short I' Ul Igoff j and his shot The ht to und- dis- - with, iana. fitof and Ls cut had irrel- 3 and face, n the f tho vras r y the jogan d his , was apo- - garments coat, vest, and trousers made from one piece of goods, such as the fine neat mixtures and indefinite checks of English cloth, or the rough suitings, Scotch Cheviots, and English homespuns. For fine mixed cloths the y coat is the English to button four buttons, or merely to button one button across the chest; the vest is cut very high, and has a collar; and the trousers are medium tight-fittinThe taste this season is for brown and olive shades in business suits. For the rough Cheviots and homespun cloths a sack coat is preferred, and this may be or either a double-breaste- d a 'single-breastclose fitting sack. Yery stylish sack suits are made of English rough cloth in small checks of gray and blue with some olive tints. Rough suits of blue or black ribbed Scotch cloth are made with a that has silk facing and wide ts braid on the edges. Very heavy to wear without overcoats are made with a velvet collar and velvet edges like binding. Dressy morning suits for paying calls, n cutlunches, etc., have a away coat made of either black or blue English cloth in fine diagonals, or in the newer corkscrew twilled patterns. The vest of the same cloth is cut as high as the coat, so that scarcely any of the scarf is seen. The trousers have narrow stripes of some odd shade of brown or olive, or even of dark red threads on black or brown. Day dress suits for making visits, for church, afternoon receptions, and for day weddings for groom, ushers, and guests, have the Prince Albert frock-coand vest made of black or blue diagonal or corkscrew cloth. This coat is of the length worn last year, and shorter than those previonsly worn; it shows only a trifle of the scarf when buttoned, and is finished with silk facing and braid. The trousers are light, or else of dark gray or brown like those described above. A change from this adopted by dressy men for afternoon wear is a frock suit with the three pieces made of gray or brown diagonal cloth of the finest quality, finished with silk facing and stitched edges. Evening dress suits, not to be worn in the daylight, but suitable for dinner parties, the opera, and all full-dreevening entertainments, are not changed dress-co- at in shape. The black swallow-ta-il vest are of and low-cbroadcloth, and the trousers may are of black doeskin. The-coa- t have silk facings with stitched edges, or plain facings with corded edges. Some dress suits "are being made of fine ribbed and corkscrew English men prefer cloths, but the broadcloth and doeskin. Harpers Bazar. A man who gave the name of John Barrett, and who had an emigrant ticket to New York, stopped over at Winne-mucc- a, Nev., recently, and sought pro- tection from the Sheriff. He fancied that there were highwaymen on the train, who were robbing the passengers of everything valuable that they could getaway with, and as he had a fine goM watch he thought they would take it from him. A night's sleep restored, his. senses, and he left for the East This is only one of several instances known there where men have been made temporarily insane by riding on emigrant j cars. --Denver Tribune. cut-awag. pea-jack- et ed Business suits for men have the three which fills the spaces, because, in the absence of anything more precise than a "working hypothesis," it may be difficult to make it at all clear how the cosmical dust got there. Also, it is regretted that Science has not as yet formulated any definite teachings as to the constituent elements of any of the other planets in the cosmos. Spectrum analysis has rendered many speculations on this subject possible, but inasmuch as the spectrum proves the existence of much which it cannot reveal perceptibly, it cannot be said that it has brought us much nearer a solution of the problems to which it is applied. And because our knowledge of the external universe is thus far so fragmentary and indiscriminate, it is difficult to see how it can be possible for Science to clear up the questions now addressed to it. Before we can say whether what Prof. "Nbrdenksjold has found in the interior of Greenland really is "cosmic dust," it is necessary to Know wnat is. "cosmic dust" Of course it is not enough to demonstrate that this dust is unlike any found before upon this earth. The obvious answer to such an assertion4 would be that the whole surface of this earth has not been explored, and notably that the interior of Greenland has never before been examined. Should it be found that the alleged "cosmic dust"" corresponds in its structure to the matter of meteorites, the presumption that it space would came from be strengthened, but no demonstration would be made. The difficulty is that Science has no precedents to guide it in an inquiry of this kind, ana however hard it may be to believe that Greenland's icy mountains are the receptacles of common dust, the fact that common dust forms at least part of "kryokofute" Prof. Nordenskjold's proves that it can make its way over those fields of snow and ice. IT. Y. Tribune. inter-planeta- ry A dandy looking young fellow" with hair and wearing a choker stiff enough to out his throat, if , his iead was thrown forward, boarded the niht car going up Nineteenth street, Philadelphia, shortly after midnight, the other morning as it passed Parrish street, and announced that he wanted to go to Ridge avenue, a few squares above. He nad evidently been out and imbibed just enough to make him stubborn. After xhe Bad ridden someT distance the driver asked him stOAput'his-far" in the box. & : "How much is it?" he asked. cents," explained the driver. x "I won't pay that much to ride a" square or two.1" "Then get off." "I will, and I'll beat your old car up to Bidge avenue." With this remark' he got off the car and began to run, keeping a short distance ahead of it, frequently turning around and shaking his hand defiantly at the driver and calling to him to come along. When he reached the northern side of Girard avenue he turned around again, and as he was running with his head turned back his legs struck a big water trough and he went in head first with a great splash. The driver quickly stopped the car to see if he was hurt, but he got out in an instant and vanished around the corner .with a wilted choker and no doubt sobered up a little. Philadelphia Call. w AYear's Sicriptioi -- to The treasurer of Madison County, W. T., heads his tax notices with a cut of a skull and cross-bonethe significance of which - isjirthat death aad taxes are; equally certain. s, 4 THE CENTURY. Sack an array of brilliant 1 eatures is included In tha the THE CEXTUJ&TT, that Sl&nsfort&ic comingycarof4.CO vrlU pay lot ; to b&y that of the continued use of mercury and potash foriSa1' 3 treatment of Blood and Skin di cases they never cure, W and nearly always Injure or totally ruin the general heattn. BeWare. - j A WELL-KNOW- N DRUGGIST. 1 t HO BETTER HOLIDAY flrst-clas- GIFT, e 4en op PjEBU.-Sen- or A. de 2Tor one which will brine more eatfafactlon to the recipient, than La E.Delgador L. L D.'ABdComnsellor, you sot some a subscription to thats Magazine. Uare periodical ls friend co whom a .Tribunal of Justice, L)ima, RepfebluT jof & treat which on aot ef ten be afforded? Remember, monthly reminder of the giver Peru, says: One singwfjpplication of St. .too, athat this will be.2ftw subscriptions should "begin for whole year. 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Randolph St,, Chicago, 111. log-cuttin- g, Feet Like Fiddle-Boxe- s. On a table there are two hundred ladies' shoes, each different in style, but" like in material and workmanship; and from this heap of odd shoes buyers and agents make selection. Those shoes that go East are made with straight lasts, and are generally small in width, but long in foot; girls in St. Louis and other parts of the Mississippi basin require short, but monstrous broad shoes, cut low in the vamp, to lessen, if possible, their generosity of sole, and they demand the so that if latest styles, very their boots are not minute, they arc at least stylish; California girls call for the commonsense boot, but demand the genuine French kid; Kentucky belles cannot abide anything that is not built high as to heel and rounded at the top; while the Cincinnati ladies, who have feet .like fiddle-boxeare naturally sensitive, and insist on having the sizes marked three degrees lower than the length of the foot. At first this duplicity hurt the conscience of the house, but when it was learned how comfortable the feminine gender along the banks of the Ohio was made thereby, the marker's scruples were bought up, and he continues to supply that section with six sizes of shoe leather labeled No. 3. Chicago Herald. s, If the title of an interesting treatise (96 pages) sent, post-paifor three stamps. Address "WoRLn's Dispensary Medicao Association, Buffalo, N. Y. The man who thinks a big necktie will hide a dirty collar must think people are collar-blinHartford Times. d. felTfERS 18S4. May be taken at liver and bilious disorders with Dr. R. V. Pierce's " Pleasant Purgative Pellets." Mild yet certain in operation; and there is none of the reaction consequent upon taking severe and drastic cathartics. By druggists. A?Dead Shot CatarrH .LY Wpsft-- fm fiprjui u&M S co3 L., wfever; CO The successful physician is one who is able to hit an ail on tue head every time. Whitehall (iV. Y.) w, iz ic ? Times. &.& HAV-FEVE- m &?- " - cream balm the n Hop Plaster. Compounded, as it is, of and the medicinal virtues of fresh Hops, Gums, BaK-unstimulating, when applied by Extracts, it ls indeed the best n4 .UHjAl. tm.M'K .vwm the flncer into the -- ..!. iLtlll ofwfiirmJnf TPnrntii Pl.isttfr ever made.fripft IMMV nostrils, will be ab- Hop Plasters aro sold by all druggists and country stores. sorbed, effectually 25 cents oruve ior x.w. 1 g im cleansing1 the head Mailed on receipt of jf "f Xivp Jiusicr su., of catarrhal virus, price. Proprietors and causing' healthy secretions. It allays inflammation, pro4 tects tbe membrane of the nasal pass- KrCoated tonirue, bad breath, sour stomach and liver agesirom additjon-a- l disease cured by Hawley's Stomach and Liver Pills, S5ctg; colds,completely heals the sores and well-knowa pain-killing, 1 aw oi Pain In the Chest, and all pains and aches either local by deep-seate- d SHARP PAINS rTrT Crick, Sprains,Wrenches, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, SciaiJca, TTpnrt Disease. V7TT Pleurisy Pains, Stitch la the Side, Backache, Swollen Joints, Soro Muscles. aro Instantly relieved and speedily cured PLASTER Young: men or middle' aged ones, suffering from nervous debility and kindred weaknesses should send three stamps for Part VII. of World's Dispensary Dime Series of books. Address World's Dispensary Medical Associ'n, Buffalo, N. Y. R A cations USA. Viorourjh relieve. treatment will positively cure. Agreeable to use. )wego,N.Y. restores taste and smell. A few appli- EMINOT tandard Type -- Writer, druggists. Ely Brothers, Drugs Joking about her nose, a young lady said: "I had nothing to do with shaping it. It was a birthday present." fantry: I have derived more benefit from Ely's Cream Balm than anything else I have ever tried. I have now been using it for three months and am experiencing no trouble from Catarrh whatever. I have been a sufferer for twenty years. C. H. Mackey, Sigourney, Iowa, Feb. 22, 1SS2. No one having much writing fo do can afford to bo Without it. Send for new Illustrated Pamphlet with testimonials, CURES WHERE Best Cough Syrup. Tastes good. VSi Use in time. SoldbydruggiCs. & ALL ELSE FAILS. Wyckoff, Seamens & Benedict, NEW YORK, . PHILADELPHIA, CHICAGO, BOSTON, WASHINGTON, ST. LOUIS. From Col. C. H. Mackey, 32nd Iowa In- I have a positive remedy for the above disease; by its use thousands of cases of the worst knd and of long standing hive been cured. Indeed. so strong is my faith in its elHcacy.that 1 will semi TWO BOTTLES FKEE, together with a VALUABLE TUEATISE on this disease, to any sufferer. iive Express ami P. O. address, DR. T. A. SLOCU3I, CONS UMPTI ON. Mormon Converts in England. "I am at your service, madam," said the polite burglar, when caught with his arms full of silverware. " I have been afflicted with an Affec- lSlPoarlSt., New Yorfc. GANGER TUMORS l all-wo- ol pea-jack- et pea-jacke- single-breaste- d, four-butto- at ss ut west-of-Engla- nd Perforated Paper. In any small stationery store or grocery the eye is attracted by an edge of colored paper hanging from each shelf. The shelf paper, as it is called, has scalloped edges, and is perforated in prettily arranged designs, making a lace-lik- e appearance, "The "business in shelf paper is only about ten years old," a manufacturer said. "Then its edges were cut by a cutting machine, and the cost came to about one dollar and fifty cents per gross. By and by better machinery was used, and the price fell to forty cents per gross, and then I came in with labor-savin- g machinery and I further reduced it to twenty cents. The paper used when the industry began to spread out was of good quality, and was called poster paper; now we use a peculiar kind made of wood pulp, and unless they can get some .cheaper material that kind of paper will never be less in price. We take that paper and run it through a stamping machine, which stamps out the design. The dies used in stamping are very costly, and the presses also. Here is one worth about three thousand dollars, including dies. The quantity of shelf paper sold is amazing. We ship it by the ton. I think that one hundred and fifty thousand dollars' worth is sold in a year. "Another branch of this business is stamping out stars, squares, etc., in pretty designs. Perhaps you think that these stars, which are so complicated and delicate, are stamped out by a die with the full design on it That would be too expensive. I have a number of as to and to firls it isfold for me, is theaccording It is design. folded so run through the press and stamped, and when it is taken out we unfold it and there is your pattern perfect We make designs to place dishes, vases, lamps, anything upon. And just now I have started making lambrequins and lace curtains of perforated paper, In tirno we will have as fine curtains as you would care to see, and when they are dirty just throw them away and get another pair. They cost less than a dollar, and they will be cheaper by and by. We make perforated board also. Here is the finest we make. It has about five hundred holes to a square inch. From these we go up to large holes, only a dozen to an inch. We also stamp oilcloth for shelves and wood, too." j"V. Y. Sun. A tribe of Indians having tails from six to eight inches in length, is said to have been discovered m Paraguay. Should this announcement prove true, the Journal of Science protests in advance against their being paraded as "the missing link," since the anthropoid apes have no tails. A Boston girl was caught giggling. This is a very rare species. She was immediately placed under a glass case. Most of the Boston girls never giggle; they merely express their delight by a dreamy, far away, Antarctic smile. St. Louis Post. Israel Piper, aged seventy years, of Carlisle, Ky., recently had thir whooping cough. counties, and I regret to hear that they have induced quite a large number of persons in the rural districts to join their egregious body. Many ' 'converts' ' have already gone out to Utah, and a still more numerous contingent have been baptized, pending the time when they will be ready to start to the "promised land." It is lamentable to think that after the repeated exposures of the Mormonite creed there still remain in this country people capable of being ensnared by the outrageous fictions of the plausible vagabonds who are regularly dispatched to Europe from Utah in search of recruits. In America the humbug of Mormonism has long been so thoroughly exploded that converts are rarely forthcoming, except in the persons of individuals whose room would usually be considered to be preferable to their company. London Truth. tion of the Throat caused by diphtheria, A party of Mormon missionaries from and have used various remedies, but have equal to Brown's Utah have been working actively for never found anything Bev.G. M. F.HampBronchial Troches. the last six months in the Western ton, Piketon, Ky. Sold only in boxes. AND Treated scientifically and cured without the knife. Book on treatment sent free. 201 W. 4th SL, UnclnnaU, O. It relieves at once Bums it,--, Chnpped Hands or Lips, Corns, Bunions, Scalds, Bruices, Soreness of feet,hanus, eyes.etc.; Itching from any cause. CKc.Askyourdrug-ammm, gist, or send to 92 Fulton Street, K. Y. element necessary to make a Model Family Magazine; beautiful oil pictures and steel engravings, together with illustrations, stories by the best English and American authors, discussions on national, social and art topics. Now is thetimo to subscribe. Sold everywhere. Yearly, ?2. W. JENNINGS DEMOREST, Publisher, 17 E. 14th Street, N. Y. MAGAZINE COMBINES-ever- Ji Drx. Oration') fr Norris erything known to the medical people without relief. Jno. S. Taggart, Salamanca, N. Y. -to-da- I have been entirely cured of a terrible case of Blood Poisoning by the use of Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) after trying ev- PLES 232 151 S-T- on Analroeie" sves instant AllancblO relieand ls an infallible cure for Piles. Price SI from druggists, or sent prepaid bv mail. Samples free. Ad. AtfAJKEBlS,' Makers, Box 2116, New York QQa CEXCAGO SCALU 4-T- on The only remedy sold in the United States that actually cures rheumatism is Durang's. It never has and never can fail to cure the worst case. Write for free pamphlet. R. K. Helpbenstine, druggist, Washington, D. C. y South Jefferson Street, Chicago. III. Wagon Scale. S40; SGO X.UUO .Detective," $3. Senaior Price List promptly procured in I countries. 188 SAW "THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST." THRESHERS, American PATENTS Patent Ascucy, a Fifth .Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Horse Powks, MILLS, For all sectiors and purposed Write for Frrc Pamphlet and Prices to The Aultman & Taylor Co. , Mansfield, Ohio. ENGNES 11. Y!7"JI will send WATEUBTTBT STEM- TT El WINDEK on receipt of SB.IO Cuas.Mever&Co.,K.4. 3T7FultonSt.,Brooklyn,N.V. -- post-pai- nunnnn, AQTHUA NmiralSla Cured. FREEtopoor. Ada. iiuuiui ur. iston, Cape Girardeau, Mo. AAA a Year at home. Er.LS Co., Chicago. 2jHtfrec. Address A.T'Tms and costly outfit A & Nothing better for Asthma than Piso's Cure for Consumption. 25c per bottle. Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar Has the largest sale of any cough medicine. Pike's toothache drops cure in one minute. Is entirely different from all others. It Is as clear as water,and,as its name indicates, is a perfect Vegetable Hair Restorer. It will immediately free the head from dandruff, restore gray hair to its natural color, and produce a new growth where it has fallen off. It does not in any manner affect the health, whiok Sulphur, Sugar of Lead and Nitrate of Silver preparations have done. It will change Jightf or faded hair in a few days to a beautiful glossy brown. Ask your drujrgist for it. Each bottle is warranted. John D. Park & Sons, Wholesale Agents Cincinnati, Ohio, and C. K. Crittenton, Is. Y. -- AGENTS WANTED Entirely NEW. The Brichte&tThoushts. llnrrlc That RllTI orTRHTH&llFE. unoiccst sciecuons anu mograpuies 01 wuiuu mui uuiiij ILM'STILlTKDv CUAilBElUS & CO. St. Louis, Mo. over 1100 of the best Authors. CKOUP, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, LINIMENT Use) will in stantly relieve these terrible diseases, and will positively cure nine cases out of ten. Information that will save many lives sent free by mall. Don't delay a moment. Pre-vpnHnn i hAtfor thnn nin .inHNSOX'S ANODYNE LINIMENT CUKES lnHuenza, iloarse- ness. llackine Cough. "Whoopinir Couch, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, Kidney Troubles, and Lame Back. Sold everywhere. Circulars sent FKEE. I. S. JOHNSON & CO., Boston, Mass. (for Internal and External JOHNSON'S ANODYNE fieurslgia, Rheumatism. Walnnt Ieaf Hair Restorer The completion a few weeks ago of the boring of the Arlberg Tunnel gives interest to a few statistics of the three great Alpine undertakings of this kind now in existence. In length the Arlberg is 10,270 meters, the Mont Cenis is meters. For time necessary to make the excavations the figures are the reverse of what the figures for length would indicate them to be. The excavation of Mont Cenis required 14 years, that of the St. Gothard required about eight years, but that of the Arlberg, when the and the rails are vaulting, the road-be- d completed and in their places, will require no more than four years. THE HAKKLTS. Cincinnati, December 15. LIVE STOCK Cattle common$2 00 Goodpuckers SHEEP 375 FLOUR Family 4 C5 GltAlN Wheat ,Lonirberry red 1 12li No. 2 red 1 04 Corn No. 2 mixed 53 Oats No. 2 mixed 33J Rye No. 2 60 10 00 HAY Timothy No. 1 gu HEMP Double dressed 14 50 PltO VISIONS Pork Mess Lard Prime steam 814 BUTTER Fancy Dairy 24 25 Prime Creamery FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Potatoes per bar. from store 1 25 Apples, prime, per barrel. .. 2 50 NEW YORK. FLOUR State and Western... $2 Good to choice 4 GRAIN Wheat No. 2 spring. 1 No. 2red 1 Corn No. 2 mixed 80 10 OS THE EN0KHT0TJ3 AMOUNT OB" GIVEEU 1 12,323 meters and the St. Gothard is 14,-9- 00 QDcin.ucjin m im nuewmn Tnnnnp.n t THE ARRAY OF GIFTS WE PROPOSE GIV- ravipivwi aolx away 7 TO THE CONSUMERS OP 1102,400.00! Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) has cured me entirely of bad Blood Poison. I went one hundred miles to get it, and it made me as sound as a new dollar. J. W. Weyles, Meadville, Pa. If Afflicted with Sore Eyes, use Dr. Isano Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell it 25o. FlJfHHfltH 11 HH ItnWP""1" Hl "TtIC PDCIT nCDlliU REMEDY 4 00 4 10 5 00 1883. 3 23 5 00 4 75 5 35 ING OUR PATRONS. of Land 1020 Acres Kansas In Dakota, Nebraska and 8SS.80OPO WeberStvle2GrandTJprJghtPlanoB &.60O OO 13 xa Elegant Burdett Organs 2,400 OO 120SoTld Gold 15,000 00 ElRin Movement "Wilson No. S 500 The 8ewlne Machines Oscillating; 35,000 00 Shuttle liOU.B. Government Bonds $50 each U.OOO OO "Watchrs, SO Silver ,SOO OO Springfield Movement 4,800 OO 1200 Meerschaum Pipes d ToJSOOO Five lb. boxes Bpear-Hea8,000 OO bacco Stem-Windi- Watches, Solid Gold Elgin Movement Sewing Machines.. 105TJ.Wilson No. 3 lO S. Government Bonds. &0each Watches, 20 Silver Movement Springfield SOO Meerschaum Pipes ToSO Five lb. Boxes Spear-Hea- d bacco 1X Stem-Windin- To secure the most equal distribution of the gifts we have divided the country Into districts. The following articles will be distributed in your district to con Plug Chewing Tobacco, on Burners of 'Spear-Head- " June 1st, 1SS1: S2,dOO OO ISO Acres of Land 1 Weber Style 2 Grand Upright Piano. 800 OO SX0 OO 1 Elegant Burdett Organ g Stem-Windi- ng v 1,25 G,2oO S90 2,000 1,20000 OO COOOO OO OO OO Choice butchers HOGS Common jff iwiwiiiiim&lj For Pain! Believes and cares Total Amount, $102,400 00 425 RHEUMATISM, 4 90 Neuralgia, BACKACHE, To the consumer sending to our address the greatest number of "Spear-head- " Ta wfll be given a Dee3 for the 160 acres of Land. To the next, a Weber Style 2 Grand Upright Piano, and to the next, an Elegant Bur greatest number of Tags, a Gold watch each, and so on, until the 943 Gifts ara dett Organ. Then to the ten next a.ags ana return 10 us irom juay ia to june i, 1K54, ana get your preseet. all oisiriDuiea. aave tne &pear-nea- a 3?ItaJJT 03E TTKrprt rwn Tota! Value, - $E 4,300 nnrr-yy-. OO 1 50 54 34 10 50 15 00 25 34 1 40 3 00 3 50 6 75 66 41 14 !ljlilLfflO!MHlvl IIIIIJI (SSIBSSSKKS) SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, P. J. SORC & CO., Middletown, Ohio. SPEAR-HEA- D J III Headache, Toothaeho, SORE THROAT, Chew and Get a Farm! QTJINSY,:SWELLINGS, SPBAIJ.S, (1) INVALID! X.IST OF DISEASES ALWAYS CURABLE BY USING Ipra ilfcHffir!lllllil Mf K"'T- Soreness, Cats, Braises, FROSTBITES, BTJItNS, SCAJLDS, And all other bodily aches and pains. A . Suffering with obstinate Kervoun, Clironic and lilooti Diseases., deshlng to learn of the Great Modern Discovery, FIFTY CENTS BOTTLE. MEXICAN . SOO-A1- ' 11 Oats mixed PORK Mess 38 14 00 64?i Sold by all Druggists and Dealers. Directions In 11 languages. The Charles A. Togeler Co. (Bacoeuors to A. VOGELEK A CO.) MUSTANG LimWMT. OF HUMAN FLESH. OF ANIMALS Coca, Beef and iron (With Pliospliorm,) So successfully used after all other methods have failed in the curing of Brain. Henrt and Nervous Diseases, should send Ftirap for TJe Slessonger o:f 87$ CHICAGO. Baltimore,McU1'0'.S.A best-dress- ed FLOUR State and Western.... GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red Oats No.2 Rye PORK Mess LARD Steam Corn No. 2 3 50 58 34 8--85 98& 58& 4 35 1 00 59& DR. HORNE'S ELECTRIC BELT ervousness. Rheumatism. Par-aljols, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Kid -- a?X"Jntfr?s ney, spine anu uver diseases, r- MJir Gout, Asthma, Heart Disease, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Ery- lpeias. Catarrh, files. Epilen- "VCl 1i ji uv.Imnotpnpv.PmlansiiB ntpri SSi riiDrn BY ELECTRICITY. Onlv Electric Trus in theworkL every town. Seudf or Circular. Agents wanted In DrTW. J. HOENE, luventor, 191 Wabash Av.Chicago, IE. Cures - 34i I ...14 BALTIMORE. 75 15 25 8--90 . I FLOUR Family $5 GRAIN Wheat No. 2red...?.. Corn mixed . Oats mixed PROVISIONS FLOUR 00 5 75 08 62 gmiBE rsi)inbtj.it bnaiiDir Lard Refined LOUISVILLE. Wheat-No.2red,n- Pork Mess ew 61. 38 14 50 40 9& 4 00 1 05 52 35 14 57 4 50 53 38 mixed Oats mixed PORK MESS INDIANAPOLIS. WHEAT No.2. red, new .$ 1 01 CORN mixed 54 , OATS mixed :.':... 32J4 LIVE STOCK Cattle 2 7a' Butchers' stock:. ...". 5 25 Shipping cattle. Corn GRAIN ANol Interferences conducted. Assignments prepared. Copy of any patent issued since 18C6 sent vy. 60 cents. Illusfor T. FITZGERALD, trated book of patent law IHEE. Attorney at Law, IOOO FStreet,Washlngton,D.C. PATENT Hand-Bool- Or No PAY! Rheumatism, Burns and Scclds, Stings and Bites, Cuts and Bruises, Sprains & Stitches, Contracted Muscles, Stiff Joints, Backache, Eruptions, Frost Bites, Scratches, Sores and Galls, Spavin, Cracks, Screw Worm, Grnb, Foot Rot, Hoof Ail, Ltnmcncss, Health. , AddriS3 chas. w. scott, Kansas City, Mo. i m. d., 10 Soro Feet, Stiffness, and all external diseases, and every hurt or accident. For general use In family, stable and stock-yard- , it 1b THE BEST OF Alili Swinny, Founders, Sprains, Strains, THE GREAT NERVOUS ANTIDOTE, Coca, Beef andiron (TVltli Phosphorus,) Is sold by all Druggists at Sl.OO per Bottle. A. MONTH. Agents "Wanted. OO best sclllngartlcles in tho world. X sample FREE. Address JAY BRONSON, Detroit, Mich. X 'J Jr $250 PATENTS Full Instructions and 3 00 NO PATENT, NO PAY! K. S. & A. P. LACEY. Patent Attorneys. TVashincton. D. C. e of Patents sent free. LINIMENTS BUSINESS COLLEGE, Newark, N. J. Terms $4j.Positlonsforgr.iduatc8:wrlto for circular. A. N. K.E. L lie tall. HAIR sale nu.STBKBL.157 teed. & Price-lis-t Wlaadi FFar sent CO J), anywhere. wabash-aTuChicas- o rrw. Goods (ruaran- - Whole- - WHEX WRITING TO ADVERTISERS please say yon saw tbo advertisement I9 956 this paper . - Jt , '? ' t". yr '- ?- -;, 7 ti JOHN SCHWARTZ. The thoroughbred horse presented to HENRY J. SCHWARTZ. Geo. Grant by the Khedive of Egypt, as and, with the water Ii.f Icrlij TU3DAY8 AND FRIDAYS. saulted a milkman, eyes, the milkman has streaming from his BKUCE CHAMP, brought adamage suit for $10,000 against ",Boubbon News Publishing Co. Gen. Grant's son ITlyssess. If he gains the suit, ho can then buy him a river full BATES. One year in advance, - - - $2. 00 of water and a mountain of chalk for his WILL MOVE SATURDAY, TO THEIR 100 customers. Six months in advance, - e at Paris, The National Republican Committee TEntered at the (Cy., as second class mail matter. has fixed Chicago as the place for, and June 3rd, 1884 as the day for putting out FOU PRESIDENT.I jfc Presidentialcandidate. The represen i'hat uncrowned King of everyDemocratio tation will be, for "eack State five dele- - V , heart, .sw a? -, for each Gongressiohalidistrict two delegates and for each Repre1 'ift TiftWft SZ4'4'ftl iivk 4-T- rN .UCVUUBUU&C7DU litUUU Up UU.V Unvi4Mvtn4 sentauve two delegates. PRESIDENT, FOR VICE Mr. Tifden's companion in Victory and in Millersburg: (War) Department. Humiliation, ME - "BOBBBOff NEWS. Vs.' Bn 1. 1 SCIWAMM BRO. j . MiT ; .3 ? iw lii Ij TO L0SE1 Ti Post-offic- Jy, ELEGANT NEW STAND, iVU I HVE NO TIME TO LOSE IN WAITING on msf customers to write an advertisement for h is sparkling 'Ittlei paper, but will fiurriedly a ythfit I have just returned from New York ' nd tKat iv . BAMTEt jWLDEN. gates-at-larg- e, formerly Hill's Marble Works, where they at-iar- ge GOODS NOW and7 lose snb time yourself in securing pick and choice from my large and varied selection of DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS ' NOTIONS, &c, &e. yes,-coin- e ' THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. AOUXCEMEXT. At home again. on SALOON AHD BILLIARD ROOM are tumbling in say me from EVERY TRAIN All thatJjqan now, isi'tp: COME V ;- The widow Josie Pollock resides at the ;4.i .a. irn. win i...u xi js j. liquors, uigars anu jl-luuauuub j -1 xu. wio uibjr. Auey :ii j&.uejpiJU6 unwso is MtTsterling, is a candidate Five Points. Uichard Held, of at retail, and from their largJbeer cellar will be ready to supply the Court of Appeals, to BuOh Lordy, My Leg ! Joe Will Miller uvuu. to the r action of Tlargis-subj-ect cket Kfivj ebuu uuuuuiy uttue m uie ueso uetsr a,u uiiy pnuea. thfDemocracy of the First Appellate Dis is slowly improving. trict. Miss Lizzie Taylor is recovering from a severe spell of sickness. GO OF OLD The State Educational Association will Yes, we are to have a Christmas v. tree. meet in Louisville December 26, 27 and A criminal mistake corrected, and everybody is happy. 28. Miss Delia McClintock has returned apfrom Illinois. She will spend Christmas A son of Senator Mahone has been s Senate committee in Richmond, Ky. pointed to a clerkship. The Lord relieved the city council from -- v " further trouble with the bicyclists by have already been sub- sending prohibitary weather. Neably $9,000 scribed toward next year's Exposition, at People wishing to exchange western Louisyille. lands for property in this place will do well to call at the Deposit Bank. Eeank James was taken to Gallatin, Some fellow will bombard the wigwam Mo., Friday, to answer the charge of mur- with rocks from the stone factory unless -- -FOR dering Banker Sheets, in 1869. they are cooted away pretty soon. Only a few of the Millersburg girls folDoorkeeper "Wintersmith has appoint- low the practice of visiting other states Fire-Work- s, Goods, ed J. W. Blackburn, o Frankfort, ICy.,to on prospecting tours for husbands. &c,. of the Folding Department "a position in It is said that one of the widows sends the Ilouse. her bread to a pooi neighbor's to be cooked, just to save the cost of fuel. The Postmaster General has directed Jno. Mock thinks this weather will atcar-loa- d that the old three and six-cehelp the overcoat business, and will take btamps and stomped envelopes be receiv- in a partner to assist during the rush. ed in exchange for the new issues. If a peace officer gets drunk he should . which be "docked" for loss of time. Rainy days The town clock at Stanford, count just the same as anyother kind. hasn't stopped running twice in ten Charlie Turner, the coon arrested for years, refused to recognize the standard ! outraging Winnie Berry, was discharged ! ! lime, and stopped twice in twenty-fou- r because the girl swore that Charlie didn't hours. do it. . am receiving diroot from Baltimore DESIRE to inform the turkey-raisin- g The Shamrock oil men didn't do much FRESH OYSTBBS from the old relideBired in Anaro a new ruler is public, that I want an unlimited number able house of E. B. Mallory & Co. House-keepegood here, but they write back that Carbluegrass turkeys can depend upon getting tho very of fat, plump, corn-fe- d lbs j do ot resort to the ballot box. lisle is the easiest place gulled they have such as I ship every season to the New York best oysters and perfectly fresh. They siuipfy. administer a dose of cold ever struck. and Boston market. For such, I will pay W. W. GILL. the highest market price, delivered on foot. King, and that settles the poison to the oct30-t- f "W. W. GILL, Paris, Ky. Miss Effie Smith is recovering from the business. effects of a sprained ankle, and should have a notice but she objects to having WANTED. her name in the papers. At Cambridge, O., twelve saloon-keeper- s have been sentenced to pay fines agThere is no use abusing Anton Ambs, JAMES H. THOMPSON FARM, Having an old and turkey gregating $4,400, with terms of imprison- irr "inmninn" tlio tnnrn TTn n'oa l'ncfi. THE 216 miles north of this nlao.ft. on trade in Boston and other Eastern cities, I the ment aggregating 400 days, for violation fied in doing so. He caught sight of Jake olas road leading to Headquarters, in Nich- . still desire to supply theird fas.idious decounty, and containing birds. I mands with the Kentucky-raiseHughes on a bicycle and became firight-enej of the Scott law. they are corn, bluegrass do not "' or slop-fe- dcare whetherthey are fine fiat birds. jSlOH-ES- S just so trade this year the same A club of fifty young men in Denver The city gets an occasional contribu- may be bought privately at any time between I will Idohave alwaysby the pay the highest that done They fight this and the 25th day of this month, but if market price in cash. in tion from the crap shooters. propose to introduce on the street over the fairness of the not disposed of by that date, it will then' be I will receive and slaughter at Paris, Rich' that town, and will introduce the fashion game and are arrested for disturbing the advertised for public sale. mond and Lancester. nov2-t- f. O. A. GILMAN. The farin has on it a large and substeyftiial r by appearing in these abbreviated panta- peace. y stone dwelllngj a new barn Citable of containing fifteen acres of tolatttco, loons on and after Christmas. The ladies of the Christian church will and other usual outbuildings; abundance of PLANING MILLS. present a real toney in a unfailing water; ample supply of fine' timSenator Anthony, of Vermont, who short time. This is entertainment than ber, and a large orchard bearing select fruit. PAWS much better land is first quality, red soil, has just entered upon his fifth term in presenting to the public an alleged oyster lyThe of it excellent tobacco land. and nearall be .GEO. B. MINTER, MANAGER. sold in one or more tracts, if desired. the Senate, has been eleeted President supper. All claims against Mr. Thompson must be pro tern. He is in very bad health and presented Cto the undersigned, legally atThe Barton will case wTill not be tested, by the 20th of this month. Apply to SOLICIT orders for Doors, Sash, Blinds, to higher courts for probation, as or address not likely to hold the place long. Brackets, Finish Timber and A. G. STITT, Assignee. Prepared carpentry. Will not contract the o was supposed. Now an administrator MijjLersbukg, Ky., Dec. 1, 1883. erection of houses. There were 19,525 persons killed by will be appointed, and the estate will CS3Orders for lumber or k may be sent per telephone from Overby &Co.'s office snakes in India, during the past twelve soon be settled. J. M. THOMAS, SALE.: on Bank Row. The town is still flooded with pernimonths. It strikes us that the citizens of Proprietor. preventatives of cious half dime literature. It is a shame India do not use the mac HAVE for sale five splendid Black Jacks, snake poison like American citizens, and youngine young men so caiiea nice men, devour thia trash with an with white points, 3 years old, 15 hands that thy are away behind in point of high. They are of the best breeding, deunknown to savants. scending from Napoleon, Buena Vista and civilization. One fool drummer attempted to cut Imp. Mammoth. Two of them took the HAVIN.G DETERMINED TO MIGRATE and red at ae Paris Fair. I will offer at another base drummer's throat at the bluewishing ribbonswill please call andAny BOTJEBON HOUSE, the private sale, the to buy one see principal hotel d Speaker Carlisle having been Johnson House not long "since. Well, them at property of Paris. The house is large, J. M" "NROE LEER'S, roomy and located in the old and business Paris, Ky. by J. C. Underwood, editor of fool drummers are plentiful and a generportion of the city, and has a fine paying l, says em- al throat cutting wouldn't hurt. the Cincinnati trade. Will sell the house and fixtures at a bargain. For full particulars, call on adfor The Knights of Wise Men haven't phatically that he is not a caudidate dress HENRY TURNEY,, Proprietor. the Grand Lodge the $1,000-froLOOK Senator, and that he will not permit his They name to go before the Democratic caucus yet. down ought to appoint a committee to Memphis and find out to go a such. That settles it. whether there is a Grand Lodge or not. While Bro. Shaw is torn down, I will grind During stoppage of JParis Mills preparatory oorn on Wednesdays and Saturdays for cusThe piece of copy this to J. M. THOMAS. Senator Lapham has introduced a bill ment announcing th in suddendepartment ca,buildina one of the very best Mills in Ameri tomers. exclusively Holler Machinery and vfiU diS' death of perisc with mill stones entirely, except for into the Senate conferring the right of Mrs. Will Smith, got loBt from the copy R. M. KENNEY, rinding corn. We have arranged with our suffrage upon all persons oyer the age of hook hence the announcement at this brother Millers to supply us with various grades of flour to twenty-onyears, regardless of sex. The late day. She had been ill but a lew sion. Some of ourrun our trade during suspengood grocery iriends over of paralysis of the bowels. days, Paris, Ky., in tdwn officiously inform parties that the Danville Tribune has also announced for Paris Mills have suspended operation and we Mr. Samuel Martin, a wealthy widow- are not selling flour, such is not the woman's suffrage. The grand old party fad "and er in this precinct, married last week in they well know it." Capt. E. F. Spears of Bour- Will attend to all calls in his line, in grabs at every straw as it goes down. Keokuk, Iowa, Mrs. Bettie Archer, bon Mills and Rogers & Boston of Carlisle are Bourbon and surrounding counties, with I widow of Col. Archer, and a sister of furnishing us a very good fancy flour, and & promptness. Charges Reasonable. tf have made arrangements with Robinson ' .Gkn. McClellan hopes the Democrats Wm., Robt., and John Tarr. The happy Co. of Maysville to furnish us with their celebrated gold patent flour which tho "World "will make a square issue on the tariff couple arrived home Friday night. cannot beat." This flour is made exclusively by RESIDENCE FOR. RENT question next fall. Gov. Seymour thinks H. H. Hunt writes back from Florida fall setsol roller machinery, no millstones used, in its manufacture, no half ".ttureBhould be a struggle for revenue that is so warm that he wears nothing some several mills who are rollei' process like" shipping flour to Ky., has preform. Senator McDonald says that but blushes and eats nothing but sun- Paris conveying the idea that they makewK SITUATED on Main street, Paris,Good cisrooms, shine. He has found no Young Men's roller flour. It is impossible to make a quality tern, garden and othercellar, &c. conveniences on the process to compete with revenue reform is necessarily one of the Christian Association, nor by this of premises. OSSIAN EDWARDS. Methodist fullflour flour. half roller issues of 1884. Gov. Cleveland thinks the prayer meetings down there and still he's woum especially request my patrons to try this Robinson & Co. gold patent flour. Guarantaritrissu-- s will be very prominent in happy. tee to fulty come up to representation or money thfc canvas. iijext yeir, and insists that At ieiisr six of the young men are com- refunded in fact this guarantee extends to each shall- i&mgress reduce the reve-ntiti- plaining of sore hands. All but one use and every brand or grade of flour we sell. Very Kindly and Ever Truly Yours. Tom Holliday & Bro., having their head"'M)n tho other .band, Gove, a riling. Nobodv knows how they got Paris, Ky. Dec. 7th. '83. WM. SHAW. quarters at Laughlin's butcher shop, keep 7dec-6constantly, on hands a supply of Oysters, hurt if Koadley. fy.tlisou and Butler have noth- caught itthey are hurt, or where they Fish, Game, Butter, Eggs, Shaker Preserve if that's wnat's the matter Quince Butter, ing to say 'With regard to the tariff ques- with them. Geiger says he got his in a THE BEST PliACE IN TOWN Aple, Peach and lowest prices. All which they will sell at the goods delivered when ordered. streetcar; that's some improvement on tion. TO BUY YOUR the old wav. So TO THE HEADQUARTERS A. NEWHOFF, PARIS, KY. first-cias- SANTA GLAUS AT Jo. Z. CMOXTON Christmas Toys, AT COSTT We intend to close out our entire stock of k. boots, nt Within ninety days. If you desire the greatest He has of everything pertaining to the Holiday trade, and keeps a line of goods not bargain nf your life, call and examine our goods found elsewhere in the State. Call early and and prices. WE MEAN BUSINESS. COME pick from the top of the lot. FRESH OYSTERS n, imd m McCLUEB hi us Turkeys! Turkeys AND SEE US. . - "V-ik- n I & Vs I INGELS. Farm at Priyate Sale. TIMEYS . THIS WEEK We desire to state to the public that we keep in stock a full suddIv oftne celebrated "ALLIGATOR" coal and wood cook Alligator has held a prominent place in this market for more We than uwenltf years and can be found in use in every section of the county V7e are ready to offer a premium for a single instance where has not given the very best satisfaction. We are now receivinff aitcom- well-establish- ed d. ( 300 stos knee-breech- es two-stor- plete stocK .of all kinds of heating stoves for parlors, stores and halls including tne best base burner for hard and soft coal made. We also keep m stock a good clean supply of all goods usuallv found in a COAX Toil It-Wi- ll CTOvIs first-clas- ap-peal- led For executing s job work in Tin, Copper flatter ourselves that we need no further mention and. Sheet iron, we Please call and examine our stock, and you will verify our statements. E &c Gq 7 CGlebrated MONITOR mill-wor- JACKS FOR MILLIGAN & PEREY. ad-vidi- ty I HOTEL FOR SALE. THE. BOURBOE NEWS" 0 r UJ 1 inter-terviewe- News-Journa- xe-ciev- ed JIT m Lffl! JAMES K. DAVIS. GARRETT DAVIS : DAVIS iJIlJXUiliiri 1 e DAVIS ) T2E3ESI POST-OFFICE- ,) (TWO DOORS ABOVE THE Are now making the most stylish i NEW BUSINESS. s. w SUITS AND OVERCOATS AVT?TrdAelhis city at w most REASON The American Eariuer . t t To all new "B'kerB'ab." MiLransBURG, Ky., Dec. 13. '83. Christmas Confections IS AT Bourbox News: I cannot let as novel an Nsws who will pay us $2 in advance, be- anniversary entertainment pass in our little town the short tween now and the first day of February, sketch without giving invitedNews a of his of it: Dr. Stitt a many friends, to his anniversary few day we will give aubscription to the Ameri- supper, birth on tho evening of the 10th inst., 7 can Farmer (price $1 per annum) in con- o'clock. The News cannot guess to save him kind of supper it was to be. He nection with the News for one year. We vitedtho to a mush and milk supper thisinus is what h'we perfected arrangements with the Just Mush his card of invitation says "Milk Supper;" what do you think of ? and publishers of the American Farmer, of There were ten or fifteen of us; we were it incame to Fort Wayne, Ind., that enables us to of- vited to the parlor as wewe chattedthe door, to a cheerful fire where and told yarns for we fer our subscribers a first class Agricultu-- to supper, a short time when waswere invited and sure enough it a mush milk supper served, to which I assure and raFMagazine at the cost of the white you wo done ample Justice, and in the centre of it is piinted. The Ameri- the table was a row of delicious fruits apples, oranges, grapes, bananas, &c, can Farmer is a 16 page monthly in abundance; about the time we were invitis rapidly taking rank as one ed to supper his two daughters, Mrs. Turney and his single daughter Miss Jimmie of the leading agricultural publications of Miss Conyers arrived from Paris, and and a while supper and after, gave us fine music on - the country. Each number will contain at the jnano accompanied with the voice. useful information for the farmer, his The, Dr. invited among his guests the Rev. I guess it was to keep the boys from getwife, his sons and his daughters. As it ting to boisterous, but he needn't have done for there was drop, besides costs you nothing, suppose ou try it one that, were not very narry a at least somethe boys young, of year. Remember, only new subscribers them were not. Don't you think it was a novel anniversary supper? Mush and will receive the benefit of this offer, uri- - milk, but it's Just like the Dr. Long life to him; may he live to see many happy birthtil the first day of February. days, j. maga-zinewhich subscriber to the Boorbox PHIL. HIPPEST'S! DOFT YOU FORGET IT J. L. TAYIOM CO. KEEPS THE LABGEST AHD MOST COMPLETE STOCK Everything pertaining to the confectionery line, consisting of Cakes, Candies, Fruits, &c, can be bought at the lowest retail prices at Nippert's, on Main street, Paris, Ky., opposite Odd Fellows' Hall. Do not leave town without calling in. decl0-5t FRUIT AND CANDY STORE. specially selected for the holiday trade, your custom respectfully solicited. decll-8- t A fine stock of foreign and domestic Fruits Candies, Confections, Nuts, Fire-wor6c ks FRAJSK CELLA. Orders For Lumber. Orders may be made for lumber to us by telephone from. Overby & Oo.'s office at our cost. J. M. THOMAS.' ' CLOTHING, GENTS FURNISHING GOODS HATS Oatjq TRIJNKS and VALISES in Paris, and sell them for less money ' .' .1- - .