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Semi-weekly interior journal: June 12, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883061201_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: June 12, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THf V i i VOLUME jwmt - Halli Jitefw X.-NUM- loitfiiaL NEW SERIES-NUMB- EIl T 154. BER 510. Hearr Cnglne. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE Adam and 12, 1883. W. P. WALTON. - - Editor and Proprietor i'ulillKlirit Tiinnlitu" mill Itlitnv, ANNUM. Tien, don't nnd ilinipiln payment of eub- scrlpllon.sicet'ilo make chang. ncmlnitl.nl nol oTfr three fenlt. end then of ds. su.no li:it p.i. Such a Mother Wouldn't Country, Answer in thii Qikcn Victoria allows nonoof lier children to K8 ker without special ami it takes ai much red tape fee stie of her children to got au oudleseo with hr w it does for a total stranger. Wo don't sco how ho can raUo a family that way. What would, a boy do If ho had a stono bruIteTeri his heel, add wanted to go to hi? ma, or suppose oae of tho princeaj should eat grees apples and get the colic, he wouldn't want to sit down on tho doorstep with his depart merit of tho interior tied up in a double bow knot, wailing to get an audience with his mother, to get some peppermint sling. Thcro are times when a loy wants to see his ma real ijulck whether sho is a queen or a nine spot, and to stand him oil for any red tape is dangerous. Suppose ono of her girls goes out to an ico cream saloon with a tellow, and ho proposes to her, and is going right away on a trrin and wants an answer right oil. If tho girl has to wait till her turn comes to soo her ma, sho u liable to loso ncr chanco of getting married. A mother should bo ready at all times to sco her children. wwlo, Tho monster locomotivo, "Jumbo," from tho Cook Works, Trenton, N. J., ii now nt tho exposition building, Chicago, and will bo on oxlhition in tho main hnll during tho railway exposition there. Tho locomotivo is tho largest in tho world, weighing just 79 tons. So massivo and grand is this machioo that to look upon it impresses ono with awo nnd amazement. By t!io sido of this monster, resting on a solid silver disc, will bo exhibited tho smallest perfect cngino in tho world, being but six inches in length, o and perfect in ovcry detail. Another miniature locomotivo to bo exhibited is that niado by J. D. Denton, a cripplo, of Providcnco, II. I. This littlo beauty, (the cngino) of solid gold and silver, eighteen inches in length, is fixed stationary to its track and has a perfect motion. It has a concealed music box and plays twelve tunes when in motion. Aside from six of the oldest locomotives in the world, including the "Rocket," tho very oldest, thero will ho on exhibition tho first locomotive that ever pulled a train out of Chicago, which was over tho Chicago Galena Union Hall way, now a division of the Chicago it Northwestern. This machino is being put in shape for exhibition at the Northwestern company's shop. The "Old Tolm Hull" which U without a doubt tho first locomotivo over run in this country, now an attraction of the Smithsonian Institute, has also been secured lor tho exposition. Milwaukee Scntcnel. coin-plct. Another Electrical Wonder, En out in Kan tat. from Crowley county, this Tho most astonishing claim yet State, give an account of tho location made in behalf of electricity is thnt it of a vcritablo garden of Eden. Last has been proven possible to convoy by Sunday a man and wifo, named Pal- it vibrations of light, so that it is mer, whllo laboring under a delusion practicable not only to speak with a stripped themselves, nnd not being distant friend, but to sco him. Acsible: adorned by even tho historical fig leaf, cording to the Otago Times, Dr. Quid-raof Victoria, has invented nn ap"I don't know you, 'sir. You must wandered altout thoir coral and orchard nil day and night, imagining they paratus, called by him tho electro, get identified." "That's my name thnr." replied were in EJen and obeying tho bohests ecopo, which accomplishes this. Tho pa tho stranger, curtly, "Jonathan of Jehovah. As tho husband Is a ve- per in question says thatapublictcstof Windham.'' ry strong and powerful man, tho this instrument was mado in Melneighbors were afraid to go near them bourne in tho presence of some forty "Yes, hut I don't know you." "No, I didn't supposo you did, but on Monday morning some of them scientific and public men. "Sitting young man; I novcr was introduced coaxed up courago enough to go to in a dark room, thoy saw projected on to you. Hut, if I havo como from thorn and persuade them to clothe a largo diskofwbito burnished metal, tho country, I hain't goin' to bo sass themselves. Their children wero in tho raco course at Ffemington with its tho house, but wero unable to do any- my raid hosts of activo beings. Each ed by any such littlo feller as you!" The cAshier, restraining a smilo, thing with their parents. Tho couple minute detail stood out with perfect said gravely: "You must provo your aro now quiet, but still out of their fidelity to tho original, and as they identity, sir, before I can cash this minds. Tho woman, who is very well looked at tho wonderful picture thro' educated, was bitten by a rattlesnake binocular glasses it was difficult to imcheck." (this in a tone of triumph), a few days before the above occur- agine that they were not on the course "Hut" "it says 'payable to my order,' and I rence, but, trusting solely in prayer, itself and moving among those whose order it paid. You can't get around refused to allow anything to be done actions they could so completely scan." Leaven for her to cure the bite. that, young man! I order it paidl" Vinegar. As many house- OiJered Paid. A few necks ago an amusing rceno occurred in a Providcnco bank. man An uncompromising-lookinwalked into tho bank and presented a check at tho cashier'a counter. Tho cashier said to him as politely as pos- A special WALL PAPER TRIMMED AND READY TO PUT ON, -- ! 1 .? M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S Druggists and Booksellers, Opora Houso Bio ok, Stanford, Ky. u H. Stanford, C. - RUPLEY, - MERCHANT TAIT.OIt, some ono who knew him came in, and the old farmer departed with his money. Just then worth Times. Good Half a Dollak Worth One Thousand. When Mr. Oscar Taylor was in town a few weeks ago ho show ed mo a silver half dollar for which he has already been offered 81,000. It is ono of four halves cast by the Southern Confederacy when tho mint was seized in Now Orleans. On the Liberty side tho die is tho same as on tho present halt dollar, but on the reversed side was substituted seven bars and seven stars, surmounted by a pole with the cap of Liberty. A stalk of -- Accepted the Loan, A bcnovolcnt-lookin- c ecntloman pick in a contemplative manner. A small boy, attired in a pair of trousers turned up at tho bottoms, a very dingy shirt and a pair of shoes that were evidently made for tho Chinoso giant, approached him, and with a piteous whine besought thobeuovolent-Ioakiuman to buy a nowspaper from a small bundlo ho carried, alleging that he Was "stuck wid 'em," Tho gentleman his toothpick, nnd remarked in n voice full of human kindness, "I should ho glad to relievo your embar rassment, but I haven't a cent about me." "If )ou haven't n cent," respouded tho ragged Iwy, with incfl'abla scorn in his tone, "I'll lend you one;" at tho timo extending the coin in 'his dirty paw. Tholwncvolcnt gentleman reached for it, looking nt it a moment, nnd then rcinnrking: 'Thank you, my lad," drnpticd it into his pocket nnd disapjcared within tho hotel, The bravest loys aro not alwaje leaving tho newsboy a prey to rago Hero thoeo that aro ready to fight. and Htuiicfuction. Phila. Press. is tho .story of ono who showed tho Thcro nro a great many times, truthrighV spirit when provoked by his fully says ono of our contemporaries, comrades: A.J6oT boy was attending school when a gluo pot in tho houso is a one day with a large patch on the "well spring of pleasuie,"and is au investment, especially knee ot one of his trousers. One of economical schoolmates made fun of him for when one of tho kind here described: tho liuy nt a tin shop ouo small tin cup, Patch." this, and called him "Why don't you fight him?" cried costing five cents, and a larger ono, ''I'd give it to him costing about ten, in which tho smallono of the boys. er ono can bo set; five or six cents-- ' mo so." it ho called "Oh," said tho boy, "you don't worth of gluo will mend a great ma suppose I'm ashamed of my patch, do ny broken articles, or will fasten tho you? For my part, I'm thankful for things thnt have become uuglued. a good mother to keep mo out of rags. Put tho glue iu tho small cup with a I'm proud of my patch for her sake" littlo water; put boiling water iu the This was uoblo. That !oy had tho larger ono, and set tho glue pot in it; courage that would mako him success- iu n fow minutes tho gluo will melt ful in tho struggle ot lifo. Wo must and bo ready for uso. havo courago in our strugglo if we Wo read now and then of cases in hopo to come out right. which burglars are supposed to havo ng station rendered their victims unconscious by 'The crew of the at Spring Lako recently discovered in holding cloths wet with chloroform to the undertow near tho station houso n keyholes beforo entering an aparthuge fish, which thoy succeeded in ment. Of coureo tho absurdity of killing. The fish which measured such n fiction is sufficiently apparent. over U feet and weighed 800 pounds, W bother sleepers cau bo made to pass was seut to tho Smithsonian Iustitu from natural to chloroform sleep, if tion. Prof, liaird states that tho fish the chloroform is hold near to the faco represents a specimen novcr beforo is still a question. Sometimes tho exseen in the United States or even in periment has succeeded, but in iivo tho Atlantic Ocean. It bclougs, tho experiments recently mado to deter Professor says, to u group of small mine tho fact, ovcry ouo of the sleep sperm whales characterized by tho ab- ers experimented upon woke at tho sence ot permanent teeth in tho upper expiration of three minutes, before jaw, and is ouo of tho greatest acquis, thoy Imd como under tho iuflueuco of tho drug. tions to tho National Museum. g any-Ihiftlife-savi- A nowstvancr to bo successful consider the tastes and wants of many kinds of people Its field, therefore, is a broad oue. It is not expected that every one who takes a nowipaper will read or bo interested in everything that is published, and tho only limit to tho publisher of a general newspaper, is that of decency. It is due to cvey rospectablo person who takes a paper that its columns shall nol be, in part or largely, filled with nastiiiMit; but oulsido of this the field is a broad one, and over) part of it must havo attention. To mako up a paper for any sjvecial class of readers would Iw an eii-- y task; hut to prepnro it fur tho various classes rIkjvo tho g level ofthoso who prefer filth to eko, is a far inoro difficult undertaking; yet this is what tho manager?, rtf first class paper nro expected to ilo, niul what they aim to stood on tho steps of tho Continental must Hotel tho other day, chowing a tooth Luther said that ho had learned moro about himself from his worst en- imics than from his best friends. That U all very well for Luther, but it is no pleasant task to sit down by tho sido of u man who hates you because you got the tatter of him in a bargain aud invito him to free his mind nnd tell you just what ho thick, of you, becauso you want to improve yourself. In tho warm summer days tho temper is nol at tho freezing point when it might bo safe fur any ono to tell you just exactly what kind of a fool ho has always thought you to be. When you become a corpse your worst enemy may, with impunity, sit up all night with you mid say what he pleases, but for tho present ho had better keep still, or he will suddenly feel ns though ho had fallen ofl tho Hrooklvn bridgo. Tho Yale Iltcord has the following umbrella vocabulary: "To leavo your umbrella in tho hall means 'I don't want it any more.' To purchaso an umbrella indie tea 'I am not smart but honest.' To trail your umbrella on tho sidewalk means that tho man behind you thirsts for your blood. To lend an umhrolla indicates 'I nm n fool.' To put n cotton umbrella by o tho sido of n nice silk ono means is no rohliery.' To urgo a friend to tako an umbrella, saying, 'Oh! do tako it; I'd much rather you would than not,' signifies that you nro lying. To return au umbrella mentis never mind whnt it means. No one ever docs that." Sir Hoyio Roche's flight of oratory in tho Irish Houso of Commons "I smell a rat, I seo him floating in the air; hut I will nip him in the bud" has been nearly approached by an English legislator declaiming against tlio camo laws. "What," said he, "could be more iniquitous than that tenants should not only bo obliged to keep tho rabbits for their landlords, but even to prescrvo their eggs?" An oviparous rabbit must bo a strango 'Ex-chaug- sugar cane and a stalk of cotton are shown, around which are the words "Confederate States of America." On ly four of these coins were issued. Mr. Taylor purchased it from a man in Ozark, who parted with it for the Merri- extremely low price of 8100. weather Weekly. New Style op Beauty-- . There is to be an entirely new style of beauty. The girls with tho ruddy locks or the golden hair and the Saxon skin that havo held their sway so long will have d to alxlicate their throno to their sisters. So fashion has de creed, and whon fashion (toes decree a thing tho result is as unnlterablo as a general election. To 1k in tho fash ion to day you must havo dark hair, dark bluo eyes, not a particlo of color, nnd lips as red as the cherry. These rather varied requirements are to be London Court Jourmot with art. nal. One of tho forthcoming June wed dings will Ito up on tho lordly Hudson at a rural church not far from a historic locality. The rector's residenco is near tho church, with a sort of litTho bridal tlo garden lawn between. procession will form in the rectory and will walk to tho church. The groom and best men will meet tho Harper's Bazar. bride at the altar. dark-haire- keepers find it difficult to make or get good vinegar, I will send my recipe: Take a gallon of good sorghum molasses, pour over it enough hot water to dissolve it, stir well, then add enough cold, soft water to mako five gallons of liquid. Take two of flour, make it into a thin pasto and add it to tho liquid; also two tablespoonfuls of good yeast; set in a warm placo in winter; any place in the houso is warm enough in tho summer, as it must uot be kept too hot. An open cask or jar is tho best to mako it in. It will bo fit for use in about three weeks and improves with age. GroccrlcH, Tie a piece of mosquito netting-ovWhich be keeps tho jar or cask, to keep out intruders. Goods delivered table-spoonfu- ls T-.TViroDa05 er Kentucky, Groceries, Provisions, &c, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ffl. G. BRIGHT,.: Nt. Asaph Block, -Desires to esll atUntion to the Large and Comprehensive Stock of ky., on Small ProflU. Provisions, CoiifcctioucrleH, Tobacco, Cigars, Ac, alwaya on hand. Makes a apeclally ol Handling Qoodt at Wholesale within town limits free of charge. The late Bishop of Oxford prided himself on being able to identify individually all tho clergy of his diocese. But on one occasion, when Dr. was dining with a number of them, he observed one clerical brother whose name he did not know. UnSZEECOIF. willing to confess his ignorance, and too cautious to make inquiry, tho good iNico lot of Horses ano Fine Turnouts. Kates Bishop approached the unknown, and by way of a feeler, remarked to him: "I forget how you exactly spell your name;" to which tho somewhat dis comfiting reply was Is wanted by me. I will pay the highest market price. I also deal in The Paris Newt, is responsible for tho following item: "Thero aro twin And can supply it in any quantity. boys in this city named Richardson aliko that it is hard who are so much A. 0L. One of to tell '.other from which. them joined the Baptist church hero a days ago, aud a rumor on tho town saya that ho gave tho oilier a dime to bo baptized ill his place." Wil-berfor- mmmrfflmte'sF! A1TD STABILE! HABESS 1, FfOT8 WE V COAL! VVNJVITIY, Stanford, Ky. r the ami of ronilinilion, ami unless taken in time la a very dangerous HalTn Catarrh Cure never fails dueaxe. to cure, l'rice 75c Sold bjr Penny A Mc-lister. Otlstrh iii A. OWSLEY & SON, 1EATCKN IN V PILES I PLESI PILES! beast. The portraits on tho now postage Frank stamps are as follows: WashJackson; lin; Taylor (old) and Gar ington; Lincoln; field (now); Jefferson; Stanton; Webster; Clay; nt, Hamilton; Scott; 10-ce- nt, 12-ce- nt, 15-ce- nt, 24-ce- nt, 30-ce- nt, 90-ce- the old remedies The DltcoTcrjr It the remit of yearsofpatlenttclentlucttudjr and InTcatlgatlon Into lot character of tblt painful dlteate. To con-ilnjou ol IU (real merit, call on Penny Stanford, or W. M. Weber, Mt. Vernon, and get a sample box free of charge. heretofore In use. Ur. Dewing' Arip Pile It a radical change from Hardware and Groceries, Glass ware, (Jueensware, Blueoreru far Wooden and IVillowwaro, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Hamos, Traces,. Salt, Limo, Comont, Field Soods, Plows and Farjning Implomonts. Call and soo the genuine HailtaiPlowV A lady whose husband had been elected to Congress and who was much disturbed by tho stories she had read of the malarious atmosphero of the Capitol, asked ono of his constituents if ho thought it was safo for her husband to livo in Washington. "Safe?" ho re joined, "well, I should say so. It's about the only placo in tho country whero a man can steal with positively risk of being sent to Stato Prison 110 for it." N. Y. Star. Aliayincj a Wife's Anxiety. Perry. At a fashionable wedding in York There la nothing more certain than the uie of Brown'! Epectoraot""?or a setere cough, which or Chronic will ultimately lead to Conaumpllon Bronchitis, If not cured. II taken when the cough dotes will contlnce jou of b flnt con'racted a lew IU merits, for sale by Penny A McAlltter, Stanford, and W. V. WeUr, Mt. Vernon. (leorgt W, Itlbelln, ef Blue Mound, that Brown't Expectorant cured him cold after everything else bad failed, Tenny A McAlltter, Stanford, and W. Mt. Vernon. III., wiltea of a severe For tale by M. Weber, New the other day the ceremony was performed under a floral umbrel la. This was probably a little sugges tion of tho brido's mother, who want ed tho groom to understand by the emblem that he ought to put up some thing for a rainy day. 0PE3EA. ECOXJSE3 ZBLOOZEC I it NOTICE 1 Hampton Institute for the instruction of negroes and Indians opened fifteen years ago with 15 scholars and 2 teachers. Thcro aro now GOO colored studonts, 100 Indians and GO teachers. Their school property, at Hampton Holds, Vu., includes wort wpe and farm, and is valued at 8350,000. The boys and girls receive a good education, aro taught trades and are fitted for teachers. One of our beat citiiena would say to the of spirit and functional derangement of public that he lias tried Hall's C'atarrhCure curt-- ur Herman Mr 'ssraieui, aud It Is all that U claimed fur it. Price fre adfertlneuient. For rale I.7 75c M I ar Utile, at I .tiny A Mr AlUler'd (MIcAllattr. Tho Young Women's Christian Tomperanco Uuion of Providence has obtained statistics showing that the clergy costs tho country annually criminals, 81,900,000; to- bacco, $10,000,000, und rum, Now York city spends daily 810,000 for cigars und 88,600 for bread. A nmu chowing two inches of a plug of tobacco daily will in fifty years consume moro than half a milo of tobacco ono inch thick and two All diseases resulting from eelf.abuse, as wide aud costing 82,000. nervous debility, mental anxletr, dejrte-i-l- on 8100,-000,000. - AT n About 4J00O boats and 25,000 IV cuttom grinding Tuetdaya and KrlJayaofeach are engaged in the sard ine in week.. dustry on tho r reuch coast. There are about 200 factories, in which 10,' Nowttllaiid&oiiio Millinery In Georgia thero aro sixty-fiv- o 000 to 17,000 women aro employed, coiuireneusle Hue of the I hate thousand negro votors; in Virginia A good catch for a boat would be 25, lattal andoned a terjr ttjlrt of iiaodtoiuetl the number reaches ouo hundred nnd 000 fish a day, for which they get 8PRIN0 AND SUMMER MILLINERY FOK- thirty thousand. Iu vlow of tho fact about thirty-fivAnd lutlle all the ladlea to call and eiamlne, francs. whether the buy or not. Trlcee reasonable. that Georgia's population is quito 11s IW ttvniiKs, MISH drinks up her entiro wheat Meal door to Ur. LeellKI.I.t: Virginia '. lluUman's ottlre, HI tu ford largo as that of Virgiuia, aud in that it is a cottou State, this crop nuuually, and it is stated that tho AMEHIOAN- discrepancy in tho negro population, liquor consumed in Louisiaua costs A as proportionate by tho ballot cast, $ 817,000,000, or 82,000,000 more than combined cotton, sugar aud rice its difficult to 1)0 accounted for. ICoiituolcy. Such as Oliver riow. Meikle and Averv Double Shovel, and the Brisklev Church Union. crop. Lawyer "You say yoa mado nn Turning and Single and Double Shovel and e the aenrr for Harrow cofflbised. solkllstlon I bin Uru It is said that tho income ot Sena- Lluiulu aud Utrrsrd couullrs of this most ralM No farmer should be without it. p.V r examination of tho premises. What wortLr sud ifrfwtlr reliable tuatltutlou, the belug l. did you fiud?" Wituess "Oh, noth- tor Joseph E. Hrowu, of Georgia, is object of the Ato the A. twcUljrorhsns, "to rotldt s belli. wldost, Snsucltt sld Nouus and asoljuicl ing of consequence; n beggarly ac $1,000 a day, and that it is exceeded Should hesitate toIn dictated ueuibeis." It will secure lusuibertblu, by the incomo of 110 other Southern sdord lue leiure to site full liiloruatiun to Ihoaw count of empty boxes, as Sbakspcuro dMlilD' It sud tlriulars showing tin vbjMl ot the -i says." Lawyer "Never mind what er. It comes mainly from iron and Allr. uauiisollbeolSiera.- HOVIIKSTKH, . II. biauforJ, J. 110 says. Ho will be sum coal. Shaksiienro moned and can testify for himself if A tramp was shot through the atom Bluo-GraFarm For Sale! ho knows anything about tho case." and the ach by u Texas offer lor ur a of 371 aud At tho bank: Cashier: "Kxcusome, poor follow said tho sonsatiou, though of Ieatelleut isle, prltttelr. withUnalarge brickAcret And tlio Deal Pim.i in Tho Market, tho May Held laud, "( brief was pleasant, this bullet being frame redeuce cuui blued, of teu ruouis, within a midam, but your account is rather - frescberttllle llks, kI the first thing bo had bad in his stom- tulle of the new btaufordlnltest WlUr lu sbUO" El.vntor. nrrh.rj. frMh sud N overdrawn." Mrs. Mai tra vers (whose liuludlug a uest dsuce. Iiuproreueuts ' Yi In .rui. fli rri. and bslsnCH 111 Tho unrivaled Jewel Range Cook Stove., Step Stoves, Tim-- 1 I....1 t.ui husband is off ou business and has left ach for several days. lable. Timber ebuudauU Church aud Kboul. neighborhood uueicelied. neer Ij, aud the ware, Bird Cages, Barbed and Annealed Wire, A man breathes, about eighteen housenut oftMi tk.t iueb s dndisbla fuu is lor sale. her a check-book"Ob, Mr. Cash-ior- l in. rUt, that can't Impossible; I've got timed a miuiito, aud uses 3,000 cubla Illbjou ue at theAddrsss ue st bl.uk.ld. -- jr.or Li-i- e, Salt, Cemeut, Plaitw Farii, &o. A gt-w- al alack ef 8reerieJT larui . tall MKN.NtKAU ' lots of checks left yet." feet of air per hour. lUIJtorll w' W.9e, China and Slautrare. IM-iT- OKAIt OKOIIAIID MII.I.N! J. II. 1IUTC1IIM18, rtupr.. HEADQUARTERS W. H. HIGGINS Farming Implements, one-hon- P e n Shelf Hardware, Iron, Spokes, Ilorso Shoo Nails, Buggy Shafts, I Mutual Aid Society or V (. Ii.s-lee- Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking- ft fl Valley Corn Shellers, ss Evans' Corn Drills, Hand Cornip Planters, blue-gra- Snt-tlas- t. ): ,J j 'K J " Tub siJT. 'VN, 1 Meals are about the dearest things In For steak yon pay 1 shilling and 4 pence er pound (32c); roast 1 shilling mutton and polk 1 slilll Ing. Fish can he procured moro reason bly. Nice mackeral a pound; sat Jane 12, 1883 Taesiay Moralsg, mon 1 and 0 pence; skate and cod 8 pence, all fresh; while crabs and lobsters go up EDITOR W, P. WALTON, and down, averaging apiece for medium crabs and 1 shilling and 0 pence Gov. Blackburn Ii determined to oysters, noor. scarce and a for lobsters; frightful price. The meat shops of Lon go out of office mttiUsg the. odium of don deicrve separate and special mention. every hoMrt kwmer ia tMHWttc There is nothing more attractive and ap Hi latest exploit in the pardoning pelltlng than the perfect display of cut crimes business le te afeeolvo from all nierts every few stern. One man does the nnd offenses, whereof he stands in culling, with wonderful skill and dispatch; dieted in Warren county, ono T. 0. another weighs and Wr up, while Calvert, who, while Cashier oi a young woman behind the counter takes your money, makes change and writes down Bowling Green Bankstolo $500,000 on a slip ol paper the items, with great of its funds and that of its depositors promptitude and exactness. and fled to Mexico or South America As a rule, In the trade in this great city, where he has been ever since. If In ordinary localities where trade simply m a particle of excuse for such a there supplies local wants, the attractive corner pardon as this wo would bo glad to premises are always secured by the ale and spirit dealers. Handsome fittings, have it pointed out to us. The man neat flaming everything is an outlaw asking and deserving no invltlog to the victims. The mercy and for the silly old man to exknow how to conduct their business here tend pardon to such a scamp is an aa elsewhere. Next stand the chemists' outrage that ought not to be tolerated. shops, with the uual display of colored li Thank God the eld leen baa but two quid in bottles, in the windows; then the months aad a halt to get ia his work, oil men, who in addition to oils, paints, varnishes, putty, Ac., have a business that which has been so detrimental to the hit wound. TII13 OHO" overlaps the grocers at certain iwinls, for Two persons were killed in the Slate interest of the State, offering as ho Saturday by lightning; one at Paris the tuey sell cannei Kootls, jams, jellies, spices 102 Shack'.ewell Lanf, has a premium on murder and the other at. Franklin. The latter was riding a Dautoh, London, E. May 25, '83 an i condiments of all sorts. Then comes the hone which was also killed. other diabolical crimes against the green grocer, with all sorts of vegeta' Dear Iitlerior; Commonwealth. The Illinois Legislature has passed the Some of your readers, whose lives Lies; then the then the poulterBill, which provides for a are spent in quiet housekeeping, will ap- er, who also" kee p butter and game of vari By an act of the General Aeeenv minimum licence of $150 for beer saloons preciate this letter, If others do not. I do ous kinds; then the grocer, with a stock va blv. naseed at its last session, it is and $200 for the sale of distilled spirits. not wish to forget any. Some will be im- ried and complete; then the pork man, who made tho duty of tho County Court John W. Qieen was assarsinated near patient of anything but accounts of chris- generally deals in only the one kind of of each county, at the term before tho Willlamatown Saturday while on his way tian work; some are bored with half a col- flesh; then a shop where all kinds of cookAugust election of this year, to ap- home in the country. Six members of the umn on that subject, but would read for ed meats can be had, by the slice or point tellers in each election district Jumps family were arrested on suspicion. hours about Kollen Row; another class, not though not an eating house; then the fish Jlernek concluded Friday night a ten specially interested in anything but what man, with wares displayed on a broad, to ascertain and report the number of days kpeech in the Star-roi- l to case. The is eaten and drunk and worn, shall lie at- sloping platform, the salesman always Tbo lawyers are election. qualified voters at that now all done talking. The tended to in this epistle. bawling aivl a general aspect of liveliness information thus furnished is to bo case will be given to the jury Premising then In round numbers that a pervading the premises that seems to ap or used in determining the result of tho Wednesday. penny is about 2 cents, a shilling a quarter pertain to the business. Billingsgate has The remains of John Howard Payne and a pound $5, let us get at the true in- long been known as the nolselsl place in voting on the question of oalliug a always Constitutional Conventions and it k, were interred at Washington Saturday, a wardness of housekeeping. "What sort of England Then the baker-shovast crowd of oop!e joining in the honors coffee and tea?" do you first ask? I will with attractive window display; and next therefore, a very important matter, to the dead. The sweet song, "Homo try and answer you. In the Grit place the the pastry rook, likewise tempting and ap and one which should not bo neglected Sweet Home," which mado his nime fa- kinds of cofleo in vogue with us are not petizing; confections are little eaten, as by any of the officials having duties mous, was written in May 1823 and was found here, "Old Government Java" and compared with our own country, which '"Rio" are unknown. We seirched In vain may have something to do with the rosy to perform in connection with it. As first sung In a London theatre. The Barber boys, noted murderers and for both. Of course theso drinks are main- and sallow complexions of the two peoples tho term at which the appointment of tellers is required to be made will bo outlaws, of Iowa, were taken from the jail ly matters of education and as I had long respectively. A dry goods man is called a at Waverly, by a mob and hung. Before ago been delivered from bondage to them, silk msreer and linen draper. A fish deal held next mouth, we deem it not im the execution the mob led the boys around it was a matter of little moment to me er is a This latter term la call tho atten with nertincnt nor amiss to ropes lied around their nccka but they what brands of coffee came to the London attached to dealers in iron, they also being tion of County Judges to this matter, did not flinch a particle nor even ask for market. Some ransacked the grocer shops, called Why, I know not. though it is but just to say that the mercy during the trying ordeal. seeking still for a goodcup of One soon falls Into tho use of these strange K. M.Stephenson, a Georgia murderer coffee. We tried it "roasted and ground;" words, and they have all ceased already to Judge of our 'county needs no such reminder, it being hk purpose to com- who was hung Friday while the "sweet" roasted and not ground; the raw bean and sound odd to us. But to return to our strains ol "Dem Golden Slippers" was by that of various sorts; but nothing "panned housekeeping. We give 2 guineas a week ply with the law at tho proper time. his request being wafted on the air by a out'" to suit fastidious Kentucky palates. for our four furnished apartments, cooking, Mr. Watterson, who ought to brass band. He made no confession but At last, weared with the complaints of my table furniture and attendance. We buy know, told an interviewer in New amused himself while on the gallows by nestlings, I brought home from the city, in our own food little or much, cheap or exYork, that Mr. Tilden would under joking with those in the crowd whom he sheer desperation, a pound of ground stuff pensive, which Mis. Griffith serves In a labeled as follows: "French Coffee. A lux- perfect a way as we could desire. The no stato of case accept tho nomina- recognized. 0tVis Jefferson, a venerable million- ury unknown in England. Prepared as in Griffith are no longer mere host and hosttion for president even if it were aire of Warsaw, New York, has been driv- Pari" by a peculiar process in roasting and valued friends. unanimously tendered him. So Hen- en out of the State by the new tax law, grinding and mixed with the very purest ess to us, but dear and They are as refined and cultivated people dricks, who would not accept the sec- under which personal property wherever Bruges chickory; 10 pence a pound." This as if aristocrats of the West End. It is a ond plaee on the ticket two years ago, situated is to be taxed where the owner label I tore off and burned, after letting charming family altogether. The five but who is now willing to do so next resides. Mr. Jefferson will remove to Ked Marie into the secret. I had my own the- children at home are really the little fellows I ever saw full of life and time, will be left out in the cold as he Wing. Minn., and by so doing will save ory about this fastidiousness In meats and $20,000 in taxes annually. drinks and wished to test it. It was need song and childish glee, but perfectly under should bo. At Fulton, Ky., the City Marshal and ful to take the housekeeper into the con- control nnd beautifully They Tiie Blue Grass Clipper denounces a posse encountered the desperadoes, Bill spiracy, and my little girl, delighted in be- have never Riven ua a moment's annoythe so called witofBruco Champ in tho and John Chglea. In the firing which fol- ing delivered as u victim, entered with all ance. Our front yard is lovely. An old Bourbon News as disgusling vulgari lowed, Bill Ojgles was killed, and John the zeal Imaginable into the pestiferous gardener keeps it in apple-pi- e order for the ty. We do not know so much about Oaglea wounded, but he escaped. A col plot. The decoction was brewed; our con- - four families in our block, before whose ored man waa shot dead, and Will Jones, noiseurs fell into the trap. Mama, Kenthe pretty yard lies. Our back ,that. Perhaps tho paragraphs referred one of the posse, was wounded in the head tucky born and bred, and a judge of coffee houses about 20 by GO feet are also for Champ like aad arm. The Marshal waa badly beaten from her cradle; the Doctor, familiar with premises to were only copied, like a. picture, with tiny flower beds and his aaeient brother Craddeck is much over the head. the choicest preparations of New York res- pretty glass plots. Sister Griffith is neatMr. A. C Quissenberry, Lexington cor taurants; fastidious Will and Charley, ness and cleanliness incarnate and has such given to the failing of appropriating matter without telling his readers respondent of the Enquirer, waa entrapped (George don't drink) with one accord a sharp eye for dirt and disorder that they into a room by one Crocket! and a couple smacked their lips and pronounced it are banished from our premises as com where it come from. of women of bad repute, who swore that if nearer the mark than anything yet tried. pletely as the wolves were extirpated from The telegraph tells of a boy at be did not promise a retraction of an arti- Then we let the cat out of the bag, and as i lie mountains of her native Wales in the Paris, Ky., who became crazy from cle he bad published against them, they "consistency is a jewell" we agreed to drink olden time; when, as Dickens tells us in his would kill him on the spot. "Cush" waa In this adulteration, labelled as such, and sold quaint and comical history of England, the the combined effects of. heat and a tight place, but he managed to get out at just half the price of the pure csfl'ee, Welsh were permitted to pay their taxes to kill his parents cherries and tried without any promises and with no sacrifice which we have done ever since. By the In wolves' scalp, on account of the prevaand sisters. That was a singular way of his reputation for bravery. time we get another cup of the coffee of lence of those troublesome marauders; and for cherries to effect a boy. We had our mammies, we shall have such demor- he says "the Welsh were so sharp upon the PULASKI COUNTT. always thought that they like the alized palates that we shall have to learn wolves, to savo their money, that in four Somerset. another part to drink that over again. So much for yeaia not a wolf was left in the country." cucumber operated on Mr. Wm. Murphy will act as deputy coffee. London lea is a standing mystery.' I will couclude this rambling account of of the body than the head. ' under Mr. Inman. In India we paid 2 rupees 8 annas a pound our housekeeping with our modest bill Quite a hall storm visited us Saturday for It at the government factory. That is is reported that Gov. Blackburn for one day: 6 shillings. Here we have the choicest says he has not touched a drop of liq- and did some damage to vegetation. Breakfast Oatmeal and milk; ham and Our orchestra went to Middleburg brauds, staringly advertised in every gro- eggs; coffee, bread and butter. A beefsteak uor of any kind since be was induct Thursday to play for a school entertain cer's window at 3 shillings fur the best; 2 with hominy la a favorite change from the Wk'In'Eb piTice. Wo don't believe he ment. for bam, eggs and oatmeal. and 0; 2 and as low as 1 and he did it must be ever said so, but The trial of Mathews has been again "siftlngs," which latter ia warranted to Dinner Fish, rice and potatoes; oi a untrue. From the way ho has talked postponed until next Saturday, because the "draw a gcod, strong, rich liquor." Just roast of beef or mutton Instead of the fish. witnesses were not here. and acted he must have been drunk or now a certain "rich, syruppy, Congo" is Dessert bread or rice pudding, varied, as The children had a special meeting at Some desired, with jelly and sliced oranges, or crazy for nearly four years. the favorite at 2 shillings and the M. E. church Sunday and the building light is shed upon the subject when one other simple and Inexpensive substitutes. Tub Court of Appeals has at last was decorated for the occasion. goes to Bethreal Green Museum and finds Tea, with bread and butter, and at interThe little son of Tom Shepperd is se .disposed of the case of Craft, charged one case devoted to "Tea and its Adulter- vals, crafts, close the day'ri eating. Eggs with raping aad murdering a couple riously ill with typhoid fever. Mrs. A. ants," and another to"Coflee and its Adulter aro now 12 or 10 for a shilling, according to of young girls at Ashland. It at Wolf is visiting in Louisville and Cincin- ants." There you find that among a doz- size. Butter, table, Is and Gd the pound; nati. firms the decision of tho lower Court The drop in prices of lain la is creating en different vegetables products used, the cooking, Is and id. The former fiom Devand unless the Governor should come some uneasiness here. Abe Wolf has 380 leaf of the common English sloe Is the fa- onshire and Britain; the latter from Den fu As for coffee, mark and Sweeden. Well, that is the way to his rescue, he will be hung about on hand, for which he paid 4 to Co per lb ; vorite for adulteration. chickory takes the lead, and after that we live, whether it bores you totead about bat will hold them awhile. v the 1st of AHfttst fell here roasted rye, barley, bread crusts, Ac , Ac , It or not. I will add, as a disjointed item, An exceedingly Although Ohio has always oast Sunday and Suuday heavy rain the creeks until one rejoices in uot having to drink because it just now pops into my head, night, and her electoral vote for a republican were flooded beyond their banks, doing either decoction. Sloe leaves, I will add, that the streets of London are the clcanat I president, tne democrats nave onco or much damage to fencing and crops in the are pretty fair drinking. Sj Is chickory. have ever seen. It is wonderful the proj I am told you can get things at the West vision that la made for this, when one retwice elected governors and will it a bottoms. Some of K. M. Porch's drivers were ""a End at fabulous prices, and I am bound to flects on the many thousands of horses that sensible nomination is made do it go tramping through the streets with the little oQ" Saturday night and ran one of believe thut the aristocracy get simon-pur..again this year. Tho last democratic his wagons Into a ditch and left it. On tea and coffee both. But we plain, com- rumbling attachments of light and heavy Bute ticket was elected by 19,000 Sunday Mr, Porch caught Frank Dowser mon folk do not. The subject of "Food draft, the wonder grows, how everything is majority. and Drink ami their Adulterations," alt kept sweet and pure. On the principal and gave him a severe business streets in the heart of the city, one. Thedlfhculty between Dr. Scotland know to be a world-wid- e Tub Ohio republicans endorsed the Q. W. Shadoan has resulted In a clrll suit, In sugar we found this peculiarity: numberless boys with cast iron pana,ehaped ImioWtralioa of Prewdeat Arthur. the latter having proceeded against the for Granulated is the American standard. like the commou dust pan, and stiff brushthe great and good Garfield so soon mer in court for abusive language. The Here it ia simply unknown, Nice brown es, gather up the droppings of the horses forgot or are his followors-i- n his na- case was before Judge Tartar yesterday. sugar can be bought for 2) pence a Kund. all day long, running between vehicles, tive State, paaderiug to the man in When we want granu under horses' leg, evading wheels, darting Mrs. Mary Doyle, of Lexington, ia Cut loaf If power to enable them to hold on to visiting Mrs. Judge Kendrlck. Tom lated, we pound our cut loaf in a mortar. ujion their prey like vultures, whisking it Scott has returned from Keutucky Milita The crushlogs and fragments of white su into their pans with a skillful turn of tho the loaves and fishes ? ry Institute, to remain during vacation. gar made iu cracking up the great, old brush, and off to the cast iron shoots proM. By a recent ruling of the W. O. Bradley, of Lancaster, was here on fashioned loaves by hand machines are sold vided for the purpose and connected with si, postmasters are made res- - a very brief visit last Thursday. as a sort of substitute for our pulverized, some subteranesu vault, whence it is taken noneible for the subscription of the There was quite a struggle for the but it Is not very clean, and we prefer us- away. At any rate, it disappears from the paper wkea they fail to notify the pott office here, but Mr, John Inman re ing the pestle and mortar when we waut surface of the street like magic. The boys perilous the morning. for a week ptthjiiher ef a subscriber's removal or ceived his commission for the place Friday, that sort very our oat meal, inold fashioned, get 6 shillingsthey escape for their over Is curious and being run work, How Mr. Webster Thouits, senior editor of the It Is all failure to take tho paper from the JUptoblican, was an applicant for the place, and not what one would expect lu the me- a mystery, but such an accident Is of very office. which caused quite an unpleasantness be tropolis of the world, but I am simply jot- rare occurence. A TOUCHiKa tribute to the memory tween some of the prominent members of ting down facts. So we have pure coffee My next will, I hopej give news of a good of his dead brother. Robert, appears the republican parly here. On this so at 10c a (Mjund; mixed with chickory, 20c; meeting at Hlghgate. We begin ... ilia Umt Umm of Charlie Meacham'f count Dr. Scott wade use of some very tea adulterated with aloe leaves, etc., at aa if the LOltD will. Ever In Jesus, Geo, O, Bakke. rough epithets on the street Friday to average of C'.'Jc; sugar, lump, 6c; brown, 6c. SMk KetMian. Sm-'Mti- MxtnKt& -- news comes from Mississippi County Attorney George W. Shadoan, that the renegade Chalmors, who to tharglng him wttli being a traitor, because he had exposed the attempt of a caucus of trying to head an independent move Thomas' friends to forward his interests to Kent, will in all probability bo crush secure the position of postmaster. It will ed out of political oxistenco on elec- all, however, probably blow over without tion day. Tlio republicans object to further trouble. Young woplo seem slow to learn tho tho leadership of such a man and will unito with tho democrats rather than danger of playing with deadly weapon. morning a young son of Ned Kel accent him. Thoso who heard tho Friday ley, who lives a short distance Ktil of t democratic speech of Chal town, was shot through the left cheek by a Biers at the Crab Orchard barbecue a negro named Dattghcrty. The wound Is few years ago can hardly believe that slight, hut It was a narrow escape from ho has for the sake of office, turned to death, and was evidently not intended, ta the young men were on good terms and be tho worst radical in tho business. were working and playing together. They NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. had been playfully snapping an old pistol Colorado had a June snow slorra Frl at each other when It was not loaded. Af ter laying the weapon aside for a time. dv. Jack litter), tho great theatrical Kelley put a cartridge In It, and laid it manager, has failed, down. Shortly afterward the negro picked There were 81 deaths from yellow fe it up. not having seen the cartridge put In verln Havana during May, it, and, thinking to snap it it Kelley, the The President has appointed Morris cartridge exploded, sending the ball thro' Hutchlns postmaster at Mavsvlllf. the flesh of Kel ley's cheek. Thinking he Timothy Kelly, the fifth l'iicrntr Tark had seriously wounded the young whilo murderer, waa hanged at Dublin Saturday. man, the negro fled to the house of Mr. A Tennessee gambler, confided under Kelley to inform his family oftheafiair, the new law, has been fined $200 and The wound, however, was so slight that it to the penitentiary for a year. did not cause Kelley to throw out his to Clarence Boyd, of Louisville, who was bacco. hot hr hi brother Dr. W. W. Barnes, Tim rod y morning, died Friday of FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE red-ho- Englandrelatively. Garrard County DEPARTMBNT. UOl.T. It. VJ3f-t'l- ', Killtor. mnyAlPiUtetov LANCASTER. John W. Simpson sold to Jas. A, An derson, Kq , an Alxlallali Glenroe filly, 2 yeare old, for $160. The best baker's bread you ever saw la made by T. O. Stephens, at Lancaster, out of L. W. llurdetl A Co.'s flour. It is Aunt Almyra Burnslde instead of Burdett, who can tell the big stories about I W. Hutdett A (Vs flour. The County Court at Its last Term fixed the County Levy at f 1 on the $100 worth of properly, V cents less than last year. Mr. John W. Simpson had stolen from his place on the Lexington pike, on last Monday night, a brown horse mule about lflj handalhigh. , For Balk A double sealed made by the celebrated Seller Carriage Co. of Versailles. It is as good as new, has been used but little. Apply to J. M. Lo2tt gan, Lancaster. The members of the Garrard county Democratic Committee are requested to meet at my office in Lancaster, Ky., on Saturday, June 1G, at 2 !'. M. B sure and attend, there will be important business before the committee. It, H.Tomllnson, Chm'n., Joe Itoblneon, Sec'y. The ordination of the Kiv, John It. James will take place at the Bsplisl chuich this place, on next Sunday, The council will bs composed of Hev. T. M. Vaughan, of Danville; Iter. J. M. Bruce and Dr. V E. Klrtley, of Stanford, and other eminent Divines of the Baptist church. All are invited to attend. The closing exercises of Franklin Institute took place at the City Hall on last Friday night, as previously announced. There was quite a large crowd In attend ance. The young ladies acquitted themselves handsomely. The school will open again with Mrs. Yanlls, ai Principal, the 1st of September. Miss Stella Marksbury will leave tomorrow for Georgetown, to attend the Commencement exercises of Georgetown College and Female Seminary. Miss Lizzie Bright, of Stanford, and Misses Alice and Susie King, of Crab Orchard, are visiting Mrs, J. C. Thompson of this place. Misses Katie Burdett anJ Lizzie Sweeney, who have been attending school at Millers-burreturned home last Thursdty. The young ladies of this vicinity who haye been attending school at Hamilton College, Lexington, have returned borne. Clark Farrls and wife, of Atlanta, Ga , are visiting relatives and friends in this county. They will spend the summer here. Pha-tong, (SSi OUIt-V- PHAnMACIST3 -- f c -- JWW "ATM & DrK"' Book9 Stationery noy rhMTclana' prwilpllona accural'! Alaci i niitta is- - nnd -- a.riiuAt. eompouiidsJ. jKW.i.i::itNjl Largest Slock of Watchr. Clocks, Jewelry k .Silverware User lirouaht to tM market. rHres Jewelry ll, Inwral. Watehe. Clocks sn I on ahoit notice and Wsrrsnlsd. ,'' wish to say to the Farmers of this County that we are handling this year "We , rum-selle- THE CHAMPION REAPING AND MOWING "PKAIHE "I meat-sho- MACHINES! will have four styles of this Machine on exhibition next Court day, and would like for all to inspect them, whether desiring to purchase or not. Call on us and get some good reading "We High-Licen- se matter free. y BRUCE, WARREN Grocery and -- & CO., THE- "Blue-Grass- " C3,TJICE ST -- d well-bre- Paint LicA. Barley is almost ready for the sickle in this vicinity. It seemed that the flood gatra above were all open Sunday, from the amount of rain that fell. A large crowd attended tho closing ex ercises of Prof. Elliott's school Thursday night at Kirksville. Miss Maggie Adams and Misses Virgie and Rosa Keppert, of Ml. Vernon, were the guests of Mrs. C. Shumate last week, Miis Eliza Harris, of Stanford and Miss Susie Hyatt, of Crab Orchard, spent a few days with Mrs. Ed Ballard. N. If. Shumate ha gone to Mt. Vernon on a lusinsss trip. A. M. Swope, of Lexington, will deliver an address to the school at Iterea on the 10th Last Friday as A Nabiiow Escape. Mr. James Birnes and Miss Itosa Itrpjiert were out taking a buggy ride, all at once their horse became alarmed, ran off the pike and commenced kicking with all his might, Mr, Barnes was kicked I wire and the young lady three times, but fortunately neither were seriously hurt. The buggy dash and one shaft were a little damaged. Lt'CASTEU AUVkltTISKllttTX. AND- CHEAPEST WAY TO CLEAN WEEDY CORN Is to proi'iire a UUUOKQN HKNTIMT, LANCA8TKR, KY. Office or Clllieo. National Hank. hours from to a. X. and from to 5 r. if. Offlc 8 12 I B. P. WALTElt. A Kalamazoo or Albion Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator. jwaToiiiviav At LANCASTER, KY. II. U. BAM M. nUKDETT. t.A.-w- , Will pricllc la (lirrsrJ and adjolnlnccountle (111-- 1 jr and Court of Appeals. It e i Muttr (JomuiluloDer (lirrarJ Circuit Court. Will practice la all th Courts of Utrrard and adjoining counties and In lb Court of Appeals. ATTOllNEY A.t 3L.A.W, LANCASTER KY. KAUFFMAN, Xxandretli's One IWCan oiiQ-liorso - - .iiLL-s-rr-3- ir ".UIM' ,JV"- - and One Horse, lj f- - Bm3. In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of Cultivator, ciut thoroughly clean Willi tlio tlio weeds out of live acres of corn per day. One Man and Two Horses. With tho Sulkey Harrow and Cultivator, can clean ton acres of corn per day. one-hors- e FURNITURE Price of Price of Iu IiHHCHtilcr e e two-hors- Cultivator, Cultivator, - - $10 $40 at tho "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," LANCASIEU, KY. I. GEO. D. WEAKEN, K'JLMNFOnO, GEO.D.BUltDETT&CO., 1'roprUtoi. KY., ACENTSft,!WBfttttty aad lli ikhu ittwu .olwiM U.II lfc Vwain tuk Fwf parlUuUlt euM, L LrLtlc Miw.lf tWUKt: MsMAklK, thutusU, IfU A llMUM, --MAjyrAti. tlt. HopklMrilk altl, W, La Withers, Lancaster, Ky., R. H Wearon, Richmond, Ky. Cvrcent Williams. HuKtonvilla, Ky., .v n BADt.Rn's grain crtdlea at W. H. Ilig dlna'. , i- aaasssaaps-s --- aa?jvisr3roiax). Tuesday Morning, icy. 12, 1883 . KiitilT A CoV Jars and Cans at Ilruce. Warren vegetable to day at two-pl- -- Juno IAN. Kspr-ailrsl- LOCAL .. TIME CARD. 1 Msttlrstn going Norlh ," Houlh... Mouth.... ..2 -- ' ,.11 22 Norh..... an, IS r. w r. M m' m. IlrlghlV If you want the liest tiicr caret go to J. W, Hayden'a. Fresh H. C. wool 4.M. Come and ace the latest designs in China tOCt NOTICES. Glass and Qmeentware at H,C. lirlght'a. " s m A HUfgV. Ar.r, Ilia color of Diamond Dye at A UKrV (Iknuinr It. K.Uravety tobacco at Mc llobctU A Hl.RR'i. Jm. Haas Hog Cholera Cure. 1'enny A MoAliiteraole agent. WATCH is, Clocka and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAllster. You will find new cabbage and straw borrie and avery tiling cine joti want at J. For Balk, A handsome residence. Ilor 1'aihts of 1 nny A McAlialer. Fmiimi Tickle at Mcltoixtts A BUkrV. Will sell very cheap. W. Craig, Stanford. Nick stoolc of birthday cuU at 1'enny A Klhjant new designs In Picture Frames McAlialer'. and Cornice Mouldings at II. K. Wearen'e .) Btaniiari) paint t mlifd A rnitAY mule In I. M. ilruce' waa killed by the car Saturday. pasture Whose animal waa It? arrived, a nice assortment of fresh candle, plain and fancy, oranges, lemons, cakes, Ac. fl. H.Myers. A Co. are handling the Champion Ileapera and Mower this year. Call and examine their machine. An elegant new been used only 0 being at school I aell It cheap. T. Just IIruce, Wahiien 1'h.i.ton lo it Bale. Koda Water, Ice cold and tmrr. from the new fountain of Penny A Pl.rton, latest style, ha All Mc or 7 time. My children have no use for It. Will k PERSONAL. l T. Harris'. Grr jour ir. T. Davlea. i Mwa Jcnhib KNcrrr i visiting at Hie The author of "Error' Chains," In giving the reflex Influences of the varloua re ' K. D. Hill, Eeq., of Williamsburg Melons on the ieoide who rrofeia and nrac tlce Hum, have written the beat history of waa here last week. Mus. Hallik Moss, of Cai 'eloo, Ii tlie wnrM ever published. visit.!! her father, Mr. K K.flaine. The author of "Error' Chains," from Mr. P. M. Mcltoncnn, Deputy U. their long residence 'abroad and from their Collector, la at home for a abort time, extensive travel, were brought in direct Mat. It. II. RaoNAunii lis, returned personal contact with many thlnga of home'after a pleasant visit to refstire. which they have written. Mn. CiiARLrs MrrcALr wa ortr to The Governor his pardoned Perkins Dotvr hit brother, Thoina Melcalf, Sunday. MimAume Puiihill ha gone lo her ty, who was working out numerous fine fur sundry misdemeanors, and now if he home In Nashville to spend the Tacation. MlM KuatK llucilANAN, of Crab Or- will go and tin no more, those who signed his petition will have nothing to regrel. chard, ta the gueal of Mia Maggie --Mm. J cm'. Scvuunce U quite tick, a . New-lan- d. ' MiM Marv Uuonal'uii and Mra. Chap Mercer, are visiting MIm Coleman, Jr., of Plnk'iell.lu. vl, Miaata Lucv Moons and Maggie Da a pairciTari beauties, are vieltinj-Mr- a. IP r left yesterday lo remain during the eeaton at Itockcaatle Spring', Titt pretty Miaa Kate Edelin, who ha been visiting MIm Bailie 1'enny, returned ysaterday to Alum Spring. Mil. J. A. IIkioinj, of Silter Creek, waa on a vielr to Ida brother, W. 11. Hig gins, Baturday and Sunday. MlM Annus Ixxian baa returned from Hamilton College. Miaa Cmllie Warner accompanied her and la her guest. MimBauiia rctNtNOTOtf, of Stanford, Ky., la visiting her Mend MIm Mary With-ronear thla place, Midway Clipper. Mh.I). K. (iAtlllAHl) and sister, Miaa Emma, have gone to apeod the u to tier month with their parehta in Manchester. Mu W. 8, Mykm, ef the Wrought Iron Ittng Cj., is here after protracted absence In Texu and other Western fc'talee. Mil. ALVA II Pi'LLINH, a substantial citiien ol the Paint Lick ne!ghborhood,and Miaa Maggie Smith, were gueala of Mr. W. V. Itamsey. Miis. M. II. Koiiinkon, Mist Mary Ia. Fox, of Chriallan county, and Mra. Martha Emory, of Loultvlllr, are visiting Mr.Ueo W.Tribble. Col. Bam M. IIukdett and Maj. Al. O. llurnalde, of Lancaster, were here Saturday arranging for tin printing fur the big hop on the UOlh. Mim Kva K. Cockr, with a numlierof the Bouthrrn girla, left for her home in Tenneaaeeon the 2:35 uxprena yralerday morning. MIm Cocke la a decided favor ite here and we are glad to know that she will rtturn thla fall. It waa MIm Emma (larrard and not MIm Bailie May Hill who received the Malteae Crowi aaa Yrixe for the moat rapid Improvement in mimic. Aleo the School of French in which MIm Annie Alcorn and other were distinguished waa called lAitin by the reader of the reort. Mu. T. It. Walton and Master K. C Walton left for Klchmond, Va., yesterday, the former lo remain and the latter to spend a month with his sinter, Mra. I. N. Vatighan, Matter Rob and Miai Katie Hall accompanied them aa far aa Luuia ville, Tom tieatlpg them lo (heir first vilt ot our Metropolis. LOCAL MATTERS. Bo.UAHK.li AILS for Q.aQIrena. Mu. andMiu. JoiinB. IIcohes The witnesses In the Sam Holmea case for shooting with intent lo kill Mr. Ed. Davison at the time he killed Sheriff Na pier, went to Liberty yesterday, but of course they will come back without testifying. It take no prophet nor the aon of a prophet to predict that the trial will ba postponed. Cumherlani Falls. Thla delightful and picturesque resort, with hotel and oth- er accommodations enlarged and Improved, la already attracting many visitors. There I no more enjoyable place in the mountains. The air is pure and invigorating, and with the chalybeate water give one a keen relish for the elegant bill of fare for which the place Is noted, alnce Mr. Owens became proprietor. Dit. Will II. Penny, having successfully passed a thorough examination by the State Hoard, la now a legal aa well at a RELIGIOUS. very competent dental practitioner, and There i 155,000 Raptiat in the y he notifies the people in a sard to Slate. be found elsewhere in this issue of hi Rev. J. S Sims preached the Comrradinesa to serve them. Post-we- d of a mencement Sermon al Millertburg College natural turn for the profession be has cho- Sunday. A ran of Hon.J.Hloddard Johnson.who sen, Ida former studios in the office of Dr.' Huffman and a session at the Philadelphia lake the first honors at Yale thia year, will Dental College, have fully i.iulified him enter the Episcopal miuistry. Wo are requested to again call attenand He will no doubt receivers be deatrvc. tion to the Baptist Sunday School Convena liberal share of the public patronage. tion which occur at Crab Orchard, next The name young man who cried when Tuesday. A number of prominent Sunday his College sweetheart went home last School workers have agreed to be present year, attempted to alt up at the depot to are and a good lime ia expected. another one oil the other night, but he got Mi.-'O'wants 1,000 common-sens- e so sleepy before the 2:35 Express came minister at salaries ranging from $000 lo along that he could hold nut no longer and $1,000 to work among the jieople earnIn order to make sure of his being awakenest, energetic, aggressive preachers, who ed at the proer time, he stretched him- can stem the tide of foreign liberal Ideas, self serosa her trunk. When the young esiwclally German, regarding the observlady and her friends came, they were sur- ance of the Sabbath. Attention was called prised at the right and the youth waa so to these matter at the recent meeting ol much abashed, that he sneaked oil and the National Reform Association at St. Jofailed at last to siy that "sweet old word seph, Mo. good bye." CWi'cr. Journal dis Mtrty Bachhr't Hop, A litaiitlful Mcnfn;, lovely maidens, gallant beaux and excellent music combined to make the Merry lUchelor's hop of Friday last at the Opera House a very delightful occasion, although, owing lo conflicting entertainments, tho attendance of ladle wa not aolarge aa expected, What waa lacking In quantity wa more than made up In quality a the following list, which also give the elegant costume of the ladles, will prove i M ts Annie Loean. Stanford, blue ailk: gold. Mis Jennie Carpenter, StinforJ, black Ilk) gold. Mis Annie llrown, Stanford, while muslin; natural flowers, Mis Jean Dickeraon, Crab Orchard, black satin; jet Jewelry. Mis Ann Cook, Franklin, Ky., pink satin, point lace; diamonds. Mis Mule Tevi, Galveston, Texas, wine silk and velvet; gold. Mis Mary I.obirds, Missouri, while sat. In, Spanish lace; diamond. Mir Mary llrown, Stanford, while mus lin, lace trimmings; diamonds. Mia Ltltle Helm, Stanford, blue Nun' veiling, lace trimmings; pearls. Mis Daisy llurnside, Stanford, while embroidered muslin; diamonds. Mis Clara Helm, Stanford, blue satin, point lace trimmings; diamonds. Mis Dovle Carpenter, Stanford, cream Nun' veiling, black velvet; gold. MU Kale Edelin, Lebanon, while muslin, vallenclenne lace; diamonds. Mis 11 lie Itochrster, Stanford, pink satin, KIht lace trimmings; pearl. Miss Laura r.ngleman, Iloyle county, cardinal satin skirl, lace overdreas; gold. Mis Annie McAlisler, Danville, black ailk, pink lining, lace flounces; diamonds, Miis Annie Ituchanan, Crab Orchard, white Nun' veiling, spaniili !ace;diamonds. Mis Sallle Engleinan, Danville, pink Nun' veiling, satin trimoiingr; diamonds. Mis Cornie Cooper, Stanford, pink Nun's veiling, satin trimmings; diamonda. Resides nearly all our town gentlemen the following were present: Union Oicar Gregory, Dive Logan, A. Q. Downs, A.E. Hundley, H.D.KIncaid, J. I McKee.F. W. 8amuel, Wra. K. Raugli man, El Mulchings, W. R. Hill, EJ. A. Wlilte,Henry While, Lovely Llllard, Henry W. Evans, Walker Fry, M. Q. Weise-ger- , J. C. Fleece, W. W. Wiseman and A. Q. Whitley, Danville; II. C. Grant and J. H. Rrown, Lancaster. The dancing did not begin till 10 and it waa nearly 3 when the last waltz, "Home, Sweet Home" wa played. Then the tired hut happy couples nought their home and couche lo dream over the pleasures of the occasion. The Merry Rachclora are much pleased with the success of the Hop and will no doubt repeat It at an early day. The BOfLE COUMTT. Bantlllt. An agency of the New Home 8ewlng Machine Co. ha been established at .the Central Hotel. Mr. James O, Masonhelm- er has charge of the business. Low Mas wa celebrated at 8t. Paul' Church Sunday morning by Father Ilyrne, of Lexington, Father Ilrady, the regular pastor being absent in Europe. Mr. 8. I). Illack bought latt Thursday from If. II. Ileynerson, a fine bay gelding, by Nobby, by Garrard Chief, dam by eon of Lexington. The price paid waa $210. The Cantata which waa to have been given at Caldwell College Monday evening, ha been postponed until Tuesday. The proceed are to be used for the benefit of the College. Ilruce A Harlan' new training stable It nearly completed and will be ready for occupancy next Monday. It laaaubatan lial brick structure on Main street, near the Clement House, and if will accommodate about 25 horse. Mra. Ellen Lalitie, of Elltibetblown, the mother of Mra. Joseph II. Thomas, of this place, ha been very 111 of pneumonia, at the residence of bet daughter. Mn. LaUue is a sister of the late Gov. Helm, and I In the 80th year of her age. Rev. P. T. Hale, of the Baptlat church preached Sunday morning for the first time alnce hi return from Texas, whither he haa been on a vacation. While in Texas, Mr. Hale waa one of a party of exenmion-islwho visited the city of Monterey, in a COURT OF CLAIMS lilHcnlH CoHHly rtnnlnglon, B. B rsttni.John F Pnlllam, J. F., Ill Jiiho Term, 1883. Ceitrt er I.cvy, 23 snd . . .... Peyton, M. B 13 and 14. feltey, Nelson, Fenny A McAIIstcr. . . It -, I 60 PRorEft-tiexjt- t, 184 13 23 oar: am w. Ai-ronivxj- ( II 48 aoantrr. nURDBTT II 13Myr T. w. A i. w. ntnw, IlItOWN, Purllfull, Wllkerson., Th followlnf Is a tUtemtnt ef tht nnaatlal rurelfull.M. A.. condition of Lincoln county at tall dais, (Jan 4, rsyne, A. J IMS): ration, Junes uimiid. t6,IM SI Pollard, P. T... Claims allowe-- l and audit! or- Claims el phyilclsn to rennlngton, J. W II to Pettns, Margaret.. hoiiM for year endlnt Oc(.l,'Sl Interest en bonded IndebledoeM (0000 I'sdnelt, K Kir nsral yeirl'M-Leatlmate- d Held, Dr. Hugh Sheriff's eommltilon toe collecU los; of th county In TM00 Rslnsy, W.G ...- -. ths year 1883....... Reld,8smnel Continent . expenses for sl esooo Rout, J. 1!... .. yssr liu-i, II Ross, Martin C... Total to b paid ou t of levy of 'al Rout, W. (I., 13 and 13 73..... BONDED DEBT. . Rancy, John X bonds of 11,000 each, Issued 1st Iltgnsy, J. F ol July, 197S,du 10 yars from 11,001 ..... dat M, L... ....... . Richards, 14 bonds of IJ0O tscb.lHuod lllta Smith, A. W.. til 23 and 83. ot March, 1M0, duo B? e years 7,000 Barber, Alfred... .. ..... from diU-.- .-. 10 bonds ol IV) each, Uaued ith Barber, John II. ...... ofJulr, 1M0, du ten yesrs. .. 8,000 Sampson, Campbell.... frODl flllS....MMMMmM...M., i 10 2 2 1 SO MT. VEKNOM, KY. Ar x.aw. ISO Offlce In Owsley 8 23 60 4 jva"r.uiNi3VH A.'r x,a.v, STANFORD. KY. A vaaaon . T. W. wallacb i. W.B, VAHNON, tamo. slain. Bon's new bulldlng-- up 2 2 2 73 4 STANFORD, KY, Will rtrsfllcfl In ths fliiirt or linroln and ad Joining counties and I ho Superior Court and Court ot Appeals. Spsctsl attention given to collections. umceon incaiier sir-c- i. us ATTOItrVJ.-Y- M. PRYTON, ' A'l' X.A.-W- , ... ... ..., 8 10 18 23 DANVILLE, KY., Will cradle In th Courts of Boris and adlolalnt counties and In the Court of Appeals. And Matter Coromlnlon-- r Itockcaatl Circuit Court MT. VKUNON, KY. Will praetleo In th liockcsatla Courts, Collections a specialty. Offlce In Court-bonnlljcl ALEX. ANDERSON, AvTXOIlNli-A.T X.AW, V 2 2 4 J. B. FIBir, AttornoyAtI.Br, LEH P. HUFFMAN, STANFORD, KY. Total smoul bonded RESOURCES. dbt. 114,000 Tax on railroad propcrtx, ............ . 1mm In Irsaaurr .. Dltldendi from turnpike.., .tAllnnuftnt tax list. Of i..Iamm ta on a4.1418.72l1100 property st 20 etnts on each Capllatlon Ui on 174 male vearaofaga at II per oif-- .l capita ifM t ' 730 ..... Total amount of resource.... Total llsbllltlss ascertained and ....... tiUmaUd...... estimated for Total resources 18M 4 ...-...- .. .... f, Debt Use estimated resources A copy of th record L. C J. BLAIN, Clk. AiV. Turnbnll, Wm.,.. ... Tucker, J. II O. J., 12 and HO. 00 2,611 00 Thurmond, Thurmond, II. It., 17 60 and It. 1,700 00 Vaught, Mllford ll 3.397 61 Vandareer, Richard...... Vaodt-ee- r, D. W -112,(11 SI Varnon, W. E . ....... (H.M7 tl Warner, B. F Wlckenham, John g,l4 Woodford, col'd Shanks, J, If. A B. II va oo Severance, Dudderar A Co.. too oo Singleton, Rice, col'd....... oo Slgler, A. . Terry, D. F 00 Bandldgs, 8 118 02 a J.. .... . 63 17 37 Co OS 20 2 3 12 Offleo South aid Msln Street, two doors abova th Myers Hotel. Purs Nitrous Olid Oss sdmlnlitsrsd wbso re- ' quired. . 1133 3 1 JOS. J. SEVJGKAWCJB, A ....... ...i .. . Late of Chenault, Severance 137 61 20 1 M. ROBINSON with Co., Stanlord, Ky., &. CO.. 67 Ware. Wine, J. M .. a Walters, Henry J....... . ... 1 Importers snd Jobbers ol Dry Goods, Notions, Ac., 637, 639, 611 Msln Street, Cor. Slath, 2 4 LOUIHVir.1,13 60 (1.0 KY. ss Mexico. The Raccalaurale Sermon to the graduating class of Rell Seminary waa preached by Rev. J. L. McKee, at the lit Presby-teria- n chuicb, Sunday morning. That to graduates the Caldwell College wat preached at the 2d church by Dr. C. B. H. Msrtln, at the tame time. Miss Mattie Brown of ihe senior clasa of Rett Seminary, entertained her classmates Monday evening. Mr. Frank G. Harris left on Monday for various points in Tennessee, to collect at Chattanooga and ship North a largo lot of cattle recently purchase1 by bit firm. Miss Clara one of the belles of Bowling Green society, ia al Gilcher'a Hotel, the guest of her sister, Mr. K. C. Nichols. Mis Smallhouse will remain in Danville tome time. One of those delightful afternoon Teat so very popular the present season, wat given by Mra. J. C. Caldwell, on Thursday, to Mrs. Fox, of Loultville. About 80 persona were present, the occasion being one of unmixed enjoyment. Sunlight waa excluded from the parlors, the only illumination being from numerous candelabra which threw a softened light on every object within the quaint old rooms. In Ihe evening, the guests were regaled with music from an odd and antique piano, something wonderful In ila line when constructed over one hundred years ago. Among those present were Mrs. C. P. Cec.il, Mra. J. K. Sumrall, Mrs. G. W. Welsh, Jr, Mrs, G.Cecil, Mrs. J. A. Quissenberry, Mrs. T. II. Rell, Mrs. J. 11. Englemar, Mrs. W. G. Dunlap, Mrs. W. 8. Rowland, Mra. D. P. Rowland, Mr. E. McGoodwin, Mra. J. L. Allen, Mra. J. E. Lee, Mrs. J. W. Yerkes, Mr. Street Van Meter, Mrs. W.J. Bohon, Mrs. W. J. Lyle, Mrs. R. M, Fisher, Mrs. J. A. Fisher, Misses Virgin ia Grigsby, Nora Given, Mary Robertson, Lizzie Payne, Lucy and Jennie Sue and Mary Cheek, Nannie Her-roMary Helm, Eugenia and Bailie It Young, Alice Johnson, Nannie Barbee, Mr. Samuel Warren, Mra. K. P. Jacobs, Mra. C. C. Young, Mr. G. . Wiseman and Mis McForran. Your correspondent regrela that through an accident he ia una ble to give the entire list. Small-house, Claims to bo Paid out of tho ty Ijovyol 1883. Andarson, John, tl Alcorn, Ir. Ed.-.- ... Alcorn, Mrs. Amndi..... AlcorW. 60,11 60, 12.., - Coun- Anderson, B. D..... Ballsy, J. Wesley Bishop, Joilah.. Bau-- 1. J........- - Wblls, W. P. Wslton, W. P While, R. L Wllcher, John ..I 6 00 Wheeler, James II.,.. .. 10 60 Webiter, Maroo. C23 Young, II. . 260 Young, Geo. W. ........ . 2 I8 . ... .. 33 20 2 2 3 1 Valuable Blue-Gra- Farm FPU MALEI I offer for sals mr Farm of XO.1 ,lrre.iltna-lednesrWsln- ut Fist, on the Stsmord A Crsb rd turnpike, 3 miles Irom Stanford. About 40 Acres In eultlTatlon; bslanca In crass. Good spring, plenty good Unit r and well adapted to stock; In a good neighborhood. Will sell at bargain tb abora tract of Ian 1 and glr possession st sny time. For further particular,, Inqcire of J. B. Owsley, Stanford, Ky., or writs to ms at Daftlla. Milan county, Texaa. fl23-t- n S. MliiMtV of victims, ROBBED annually lives healththeir robbed prolonged, bsppln.-ssn- d re- .......... . Branwn, James H... Besilsy, E. B.. Broniugh, Dr. U. W., Ballard, Brown, E. W D.A., iJCO, 12 72. 25 . . 00 . 60 .300 . 682 . 600 8 1 P.... .... . . , 20 Yowell, V. M Young, John ......... . 2 2 2 IC,305 81 Total Correct. Alt.: .... . I1LAIN, Clk. L.C.C, .. 843 8 Thousands of graves sre stored by uta of lb great I with to purchase) a limited amount ol Missouri Bauih, Joseph, tl 90 and ft... Bonds ot ths counties of Howard. Cass snd other Interior counties. Persons bit log sucb to sell Baitln, U. S . 2 00 win piesse suuresi, staling amount ana price, Baufb, Henderson..-....- .. R. Hl'KAIlH, - SO 00 Bailey, John. Leilngton, Ky, .. 129 66 . CareofCss-ei- l, 1 .Trice ACo. .....-Blsln, John 280 Burch, tepben . 200 Baitln, James. 11 60 Biucs, J. B 3 SO and to....-.-..-Eu- tl, John II., aulgne of Dr. II. L. Bir ea 60 . ber, $33, IS and tSl 60 - 10 Brown, Dr. II., for Caps I will dellter Ice every morning 800 ... Boslsy, J. 8 John...... .... and 116. ... j .4100 . 00 .700 00 .260 300 - Missouri Bonds Wanted! J. GERMAN INVIG0RAT0R! Which positively snd permanently cures Impo-trltc- v. (caused by excesses ol any kind,) Sr inidlseaaea that tial HeacnriM, and allloss of energy,follow e, sequence of ss lossot memory, unliensl lassitude, psin In the bsck, dimness of vision, premature old age, and many other diseases thst lesd to consumption snd a grs-- e. sTSend for clreulsrs with testimonials free by mall. The INVKlOltA TO it Is sold at It per box, or six boxes for 13, by all druggists, or will ba sent free by mall, securely sealed, on receipt tf price, by addrsulng Bole sgent for the United Ststes. 113 .......... .... . Ballsy..-.. Ice! Ice! Ice! AT ONE CENT Adsmsslreet,Toledo,Ohlo. l.t-l- '. J. CHKNEY, rChristophe200 ... Bright, Barney, colored 200 -Ballsy, J. A J. W 10 00 ' . ...-Bowen, M. II.. 800 Bright, J. It. 423 Carter Ed, 12 23 and 12 800 Colson, Datld, f 1 80 and f 1 60 163 19 Chenault, E. B .......... 3 73 . Carter, J. M., 8r. 260 Collier, W. (J 22 00 Craig, James T., admr. Dr. 8. P. Cratg... 600 . Carton, W. K. 83 60 Carpenter, Dr. J. O., 125 and 13 SO. 110CS Chenault, Severance A Co. 2 00 Cuills, F. 2 CO -... Coffey, T. C.. 2 00 Coffer, A. O.. 2 40 Carter, Oeo. W 7 00 Crow, O. J., 82 snd 13. 2 00 ... Carter, Q. L Bishop, Brown, Columbus.... ......- -. 8 1 00 00 PEU POUND, liAUIlOir. - Aslongssmr present alock last. After tbit. Lake Ice as low as I can afford, Accounts due st ths close of each month. Stanford, Msy 7. Ii K. W. T. GREEN, STANFOItl), KY., -- Dealer In- TO THE PUBLIC We will now pay specisl attention to aitiiviirsra.110-t - - P...., .... ...- We promise to giro satisfaction, and when desired will giro l'stent Flour fur Wheat. Can make either bolted or unbolted moat. Groceries, Hardware, QTJEENSWABE, MeAI.ISTI'.K ANAI.LEK. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE. - Harness and Saddlery', tale cheap, at II. 0 llrighl'a. I . e Ice creim and strawberries and sherbet at all houra at B. B. Myers. Ul00KT Mock of augara in town, and lower than ever at II. C. lirlght'a. TrV tho "Lightning Fruit Jarj" beat now made. For sale only by II. CRright. CllAMl'IQN lteapcr am Mower repaid of every description at Ilruce, Warren A Coa A dilai'IUATku man and a performing bear amused the children and loafera here yesterday. J, W. Hayuen has received a nice new lot of Spriog Clothing. Hudn't you belter go and get a bargain of him T A URAND Picnic, Hop and Supper will be given at Lancaster on the '.'9th of by the young gentlemen of that city. June, good the new shades in and In cheaper goods, with trimminga to match, can be found at J. W. Hayden'a All AccoiiMNo to the report of Commit alourr L. C. Norman, Stanford paid $5,031 for Insurance last year or about $1,700 lesa than the year before. Huttonvllle paid $137 or $201 more than the year before. The Madison Circuit Courtgranted Mra. Emma, wife of Dr. Montgomery, a divorce last weak on the grounds of cruelty and adultery. She waa also allowed $3,500 all mony and permitted to leeuuie her maiden i a me, Bwope. When the Lancaster Shooting Club cam over here recently and got to badly waxed by our boyathey aald "You can't come to our grounds and do It" and to show them that they can, the Stanford Club will go over this afternoon. V Outt brother and late busbies mauager desire us to thank those kind brethren of the press, who have noticed In audi Haltering terms hi departure from the State. Especially doe he feel grateful to (XiinmrrtM, the the editor of the Stanford correspondent of the Danville AJiufule and Mr. D. T. Fackler of the last named paper. HI business lias thrown htm much with the latter gentleman and be therefore appreciate hi kind notice the more fully. We want also to aild our ap preciation of the various notices, for we know better than any one else that any thing good aald of Tom is thoroughly deserted. . A new brick Uanlltt church waa fullv decided upon at the meeting Saturday and a building committee composed of ltev. J. M. Ilruce, it h. Harrow, Abner Itogers, J, M. Hail and H. C. Uright apoInted. The building is to cost $1,000, $2,700 of which hat already teen raised. Air. Ilruce that if the church would agree to raise among it member $010 of the balance, he would naiuuie the remainder, $000, and his proposition waa accepted. Over $200 of the $C40 waa subscribed Sat urday alternoon, and but little trouble will be experienced In getting the full sum. It has been very wisely decide! to raise eve-r- v dollar ncceimrr before the buildinr; is commenced ao that there will be no debt on it when completed. It ia expected that the contractor for It will ba at work by July 15, and have It ready for use by Oc uuer. Shooting Scua re. Friday alternoon last, John Anderson, having heard that the wife of Dili Irish, alius Lanahan, had been making some lucongruvial remarks about him, the reverse of complimentary, went to the latter' house to investigate the why and wherefore of such languuge. 1)111 didn't like the manner In which he wa accosted, to he caught up hi thot gun and made deuioiiitration of hi lutent to blow a hole through Anderson, who fell back in good order and aoou returned with a double barrelled shooting iron, Lanahan wa (till ready for him and aa he approached in a threatening manner let him have a load of bird thot, which took effect from one la his lip all along down to lilt shins. Andersen returned the fire and slightly wounded' Lanahan and the battle waa over. He then iworeouta warrant against Lanahan chanting liiui with shooting with iu tent to kilt and the cite will be Investigated thla uiornlog. pro-iH)- has already The continued the printing of Bpurgeon' ser mons, a the incomo wa out of all propor to the heavy outlay. It waa a foolish un tlertaklng from the start. Bpurgeon' last month' sermons are lust aa good aa his last Sunday', and they could be brought over for ten cents n sermon, instead of 12 cents a word. If the O. J, must have we suggest that It procure a copy of llro. Raruca' "God' Love Story" and reproduce oneeach Monday from that. Thev present a sweeter and easier gospel than Spurgeon ever preached. LAND. STOCK AND CROP. In Alvah Pullina, of Paint Lick, bought Hockcaatle 13 head yearling entile at $20. In Chicago Baturday June wheat aold at $1.10 and July at $1.11. June corn at Mj.and July 50J. Mr. John Mershon left at this olDce yesterday a lettuce head which filled a half bushel measure. George D. Weaten ha engsged about 6,000 bushels of wheat at $1, but has stopped buying at that price. Thirteen hogshead of Franklin county White Hurley tobacco aold last week in Louisville at $20 13 per hundred. Orer 60 cattle have died in the North MIddletown precinct within the last ten Rourbon daya from eating while clover. News. Mr. J. O. Robb, of Jessamine county, raised 33,100 pounds of good hemp on '11 acrot of land, averaging 1,670 pound per acre, which he aold at $5.60 per 1121b. The Fall City Tobacco Warehouse, Louiaville, claim the bos aale of the disposing of 200 hogshead of Hurley tobacco at $10018()20 per 100 pound in one day. Tho June report of the Agricultural Department concerning the wheat crop shows it In worse condition than in May, The average is from 61 In Illinois, slowly up to 101 in New Jersey. Missouri put down at 70 and Kentucky at 77. Mn. B. B. Potter aold to Bwearlogen & Co., 220 bbls. of corn at at $2 In the crib. Iiiahop & Parker bought of Bear a A Hun-to221 sheep and C. II. lii.hop bought 139 head at $1.76, round. II. U. Kduiunti bought 60 other at Ic. Rowling Green Ma-ao- n, 400 Chappell, Jamea 600 Chapptll, Thomas... 6 00 Crow, James. 2 00 Clarsiton, Nathan.. ... 43 85 Carpenter, D. ' ... 4 00 Caldwell, E.B.. Jr... 18 00 . D. U Dyer, AND 87 00 Delaney, Joslah..... ... 1123 Its Proprietor ii Determined that DoFauw, M. N SCO it Shall be Second to no Country Dunlsp, J. B ........... 2 23 Hotel in the State in iti Pare, Dennr. Ben F... 260 Appointmenti, or AttenEngleman, Ueo. R.... 17 31 tion to Comfort of Edraliton, J. F... ....-.-.-..- ... 225 30 1222 their Oneita. Elmore, M. D., IS and - 2 00 ... Kills, John......... 200 C Estes, John tlag-rsg- o will be conveyed to aid from ths depot 4 00 Call for Meeting ot the Democratic Committee Estea, Cnarlea F .... ..... . reeoi rnargs. special acrommiwiaiioia to 2W .... to I'owsierrlal Tratelrrs. The liar rill be -- The new democratic committee ia hereby Kates, (leo. W always supplied with ths ekolesst . ... 13 00 .. called to meet in the Circuit Clerk' office Krje, Archie braada of Mqaors aad Cigars. 2 25 . Oue-t- , Datld, col'd.. in Btanford, Saturday June 10th, at 2 r. M. 223 Ooter.J.F. and B . The name of those composing it are as fol- Good, J. L.,11 60 and 12 3 80 660 ... low : J. P. Railey, Chni'n., T. D. New-lan- d, Orecn, J. a, Jr., II 60 and It 823 ..... W. P. Walton, J. M. Carter, J. J. (livens, Mrs. (leo. W 400 -- . M. Yowell, John M. Johnson, Qreen, Liberty, Wand 12 Newland, F. 600 ntieos, Jackson, Br... ....-.- . John Uuchanan, Andrew Henry. Ry or- Gaddls, W. J 3 73 71 00 der of J. I'.' Railey, Chum. OarnMt, W. M., 11 and 8.C- -. 60 Gray, It. O., Sheriff ol Woodford The Did Demonstrate. 9 00 Uresuam, Win. R., 14 and 15 ... 320 --U"" ..- Someiuet, Ry., June 10, 18S3. Oooih, H. D 2 80 ST. W. P. Walton, Eso.. Dear Sir: In a re- Oood, J. 100 cent letter In your paper from Somerset, Orlmts, V. I' 400 . -.- ...-. er, B. your correspondent made the statement Got Brothers 6 40 H'K ...,...... Gooch 400 Col. Morrow' nomination had not a entry, U. , 8r . that Having bad thla Hotel p- 200 been received with any demonstration on Gooch, Mrs. II 00 the part of hi party. The letter waa sent Qoocb, It. Il 1100 Hubble, Levi, t and III Froni basement to garret, you before the serenade, an account of Worker, B. O., It 60 and 12- 360 2 00 which we gave in the last issue of our pa. llorton, II. F ............. to Intendirm-sjiHH- Keep It iu h Hfrlctly 100 . . iTiHiuier, per. We have since looked for a correc- Hall, John M ..... 00 And leave nothing undone that will add to tb 2 .......... tion on the part of your Somerset corres- Hill, Thomas P. 4 67 ......... Illgglns, W. II pondent, but have tailed to see It, In jus- Haniford, W. O 600 COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. ... 4 10 evidence of Hayden, J. W tice to Col. Morrow, and aa an ..... 2 -, fair play, we hope you will male the cor- Hubble, Josl .v.-u- a 2 -- Are oBVre- drection. Respectfully, W. Thomas & Sons, Holticlaw.E. II 2 M P. Hubble, SPEOIAL INDUCEMENTS 1'Jt. JitpuUUan. 2 ... Uousi, Thomas... 6 To patronlss m, si I bar. evsry cosrenlencs.iuch -., Harris, Morrla hi wife at Illgglns, Thomas Slevena murdered 400 nivc DAHi i.r.ivuuM9, sc., ior meir us. J. M 23 Ml. Sterling Sunday by cutting her throat Jackson, Dr. A. J ...... 3 Jones, U Russell Baggage Transferred to and from with a cage knife. 3 the Depot free of charge. Tho marshal of Millersburg, Ky , waa Jouss, C. M.. ... ..... 3 Kinder, George. QlTemescall. mortally wounded Sunday night aa he waa Klrkpstrlck, Da-I- d W.N. aKAN'CIN. 3 2 extinguishing a elreet lamp, by some one King, James C. 76 Logan, Win.. iu ambush. a 43 ., Wesley Itichardaon, aged 51, got drunk Logan, Junes-..- .. Lynn, John O., It snd 12, and latd down on the railroad track at New Lytls. KoUrtB..- 8 . 2 Haven, The next morning his head waa Logan, John W. 2 found in one place and hi body in anoth- Laos, T. I 2 Long, Jsmes W. er, theexpres having severed them. 2 A Lackey, Sunday a miniature cyclone tripped Land, 0. 2 . Carson, Mrs. Carson, R., 11,061 89 and 13323.. Coomer, B. Sophia... 42 75 8 1700 14 F. 00 Fropr i23.tr- - WAGOM . 11. Thia Old and Well Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, Abdallali Messenger! ... tg- - 7- - T ...... 30... ....... .... FRANCIS HOTEL. lted bay stallion; 16 handi; loaled 1878; bred by Cbaa. Dunn, btanford, Ky ; aired by tleaaenger Chief, sirs of Msud ilrssenger; record, 2:2- -; Msrvel, iecord,2:28; Abel Abdal-la- b, trial, 2:33H-,(lutrial, 2:23; Itena C, 2:20 gait at a years old; Mattl Mel)., 2:20 gait at 3 years old; Msggls Utswsrt, 2:20 gait at 8 yearsold, and other promising ones. latdamSii-sl- e by (Sentinel, 2:'.!?i, snd ths sire of Von Arnlm, 2:I9K; Annette. 2:Wi; T. A., 2:26; Young eeDtl-ue- l, 2:26; Vlrsndiere, 2.20; Mlgoon, 2:27Ks Urand Sentinel. 2:29k. tSentlnells fall brother to Volunteer, tbs sire or tit. Jullen, 2:11; (Hosier, 2:17; Alley, 2:19; llodlne. Driver, 2J9,S; lluoler. 2:.1Ji; Amy, 2:20,'i, snd a seora diore in the 2:30 class. 2d dam Kitir Hirers, tbe record, 3:00; dsm of llerlle Olrl, 2. year-ol- d record, 2.37, sod tbs grsndsiu ol Msud Mesrecord, 2:23,'i; by Aleiander'a senger, Abdiltab. tho aire oruoldaulth Maid. 2:11; 2:22V, Almoot, Abdallah lllot, Ae., Ac. 3.1 dam by lUd Jacket, (aire of th damof Kentucky Wilkes, 2:21, aad tb grsudaru i;iii P.... .... FORMERLY A8APH, ANITOIH), - - KY. Polly........ Kelimiislicd and llclittcd I ..... T..... .......:..! vuiiasuvavaiia jihii J.... recoru,.f;j or a.uuet; uj man lloi-a- n, tbe sir ot Vermont Ulsck llswk: the sire of Kthan Allen and mauy other trotters, lted er to Black Jacket's dam was sired bv a Hawk. 41h dim iu utrs road mars brought from vsnee, oi mercer cou'iiy, sua tnsjorinoy esses ger blood. rientlneland Alex- Id to b or 31 auder's Abdallahara both by Hvsdyk'a Hsmbls- tonlan, thograodilreof Maud 8., I? and th slrsoriMxicr, 2:1JM; ellle, i:is: ursnge uin, 2:20: Uaielle. 2:21; Jar Uould. 2:21 S, and 30 otbera with record of 2:30 and btts. Messenger Chief wsa sliedJsV Ablsllab Filot. lire ot Ilcksrd.2:18U: record, t:ta. 1st dam Is lted Jlnr; to (Jen. (leo. II. Thoccss, aire ol bcott'a Tbomaa, 2:21: by aiainbrlno Mraseuger, lire olLwlaskl,2:23. .ddsmbjr Mambilno Chief, Wood lord Msmbrlno, aire of Lady Thorn, J:2lH; Msmbrlno l'stdjeo snd other.. 3d dsui by juip. nspoicoo. cuguiu iiuuier, sc. Auueusn Messenger will msk th aeason of 1833 at Chaa. Dunn's, i miles from btanford, on Kush llrsnch if.ncsiter pu. snd 3 wiles from uncai iter A Dsnrlllo vlka. at (20 to Inauro a Mare In i'oal. Money duo aa aoou Mart that bat public aa tbs fact ts ascertained. records of 2:30 or better, or such aa bar produced trotters with records ot 2:30 or bolter, lusy be bred son, wi J L fro ol charge. Address btanlord, Lincoln Co., Ky, MaaSKxaxK I'alxca. by Messenger Chief, dauA Icalde, fair of llylaa, 2:.H; Kulgus, 2:&1; by Fsncy Day, 2:30, Ac) will laik. tbs sea-o- n ol luA at Fount Vox1, ijryautif Ule, Ky., at Its to lnaur W.O.D. mar. In foal. WIIiLIBO.DUNN. GRAND EVENT OF THE YEAR. THE .H through North Vernon, Ind., and did great damage to all kinda of property, A nutu ber ol person were injured. Kief en freight car running twenty mile an hour were blown fifty feet from the track and cap-aire- Llltis, (1. - Woo.1 . 6 4 BucKlen' Arnica Salve. n The greateal medical wonder of tb world. War-rsntto speedily cur Burns, Drulsu, Cuts, UI. eers, Salt ltbeuui, Fsvcr Horce, Canrsrs, Files, Chilblains, Corns, Tetter, Cbspped Hinds tod all skin eruplloni, guaranteed to cur In every In stsne, or inousy refunded, A posltlio cur lor I'lles, 35o per box. For tat by Tunny A McAI. Utu. sm liosijue Oonlta, the former borne of Gen. Abe lluford, In Woodford county, but NOrlUS, M. O .. h.....MM.U...HM.M DK. W- - U. l'KNNY, . lately Ihe property of It. B. Lyons, wa . Nsplsr, P. U DuntlMt, old at auction a few days ago at $117 per Ncel.Jobu (.... .......... STANFORD, KENTUCKY. acre, the 270 acre bringing th handsome Oaks, 0cs orsr M.sud toe,-- stors. Office hours Owsu,lllrsu, IS 60 and 13. . sum ot $31,300. Henry Gllmore, of Mem- from S loll A,UoM. H. 1Ly tie's, u Auealhetlcsad Van phis, the purchaser. lulntstsrsd when necessary, Oaks, Ju.lih . iil it"" f """ Deinomt. HEW lUyKKTISKafltTM. McKlunty, J. I. and I McAfM.Wiu McKlnney, W. F., Ill and It. McAll.terl Ljtls. ....... ...... ........... Msrtln, U. W Morgan, Milton... Menefee, J. N., 113 IS and til Martin, Bluipaou ...... Myers, John Y Miller, W. H .. MeAllster A Drlgbt Morgsn, M, II UcltoUrli, P. M Moors, Jsmes F. . Moore, Ds.ld It McBoberUA HUjg -.- .. Miller, Daniel Nunnolley, L. B Nunusllsy, A. T., 76c, 83 and tl. Nswlaud, Tbos. D... .... B., 6 II 4 4 2 61 C3 13 36 .......- 60., - . . 6U 1V.C8 2 W -- Cincinnati Industrial Exposition -OLOBE8 OCT. Cth. tonci JxX. - V' IT tl-- - 2 OPENS SEPT. 5tk ., . 4C0 283 1100 13 7 A WOXDEKrUI. DISPLAT OF . . ... 73 673 40 1 NaUonal HaciiltolUon of Indualry U ADUI8MIOMNo charg for ipac or la, wmwavturvwsuTax OMNTH. 2 40 HlmU ... 100 C Usloa Eihibitoiifiojaser)riitatslth stcaa power. Specul ariaBaesisnti aiids for triniuortatUw wv f HMrVTtrw lpaH oraihibitiaodvluierl. roriuiiMrticuuri. aouicii. no 60 3 0 1883. A cactM! !tmtrlintnral Taewky jk .fr.itrv Tlio r.urr. ronr. A k iViflf Lloyd says that Fcrdi. Hentf , - Thrm H Jaw 12, 1833 roon now unco tin. A Ftt ff llnr llrrrniw f of Iht Ittitttl AMfes. fie Vrel-iltn- tt v '- - Tho second ProsuloBt of tLo United m tlio rtou of s Htatcii, Juhu Adffi; farmer of moderate moans, who win oeaipolKl to work cuiutantly for tlio tupport of life fmiiily. Wliou, t the goof 20, Ihosoii ijrnilimtiil nt HnrTBnl College, lib etliicutioii iu his own caiii-t- l for Ms (tart In aclUo lifo. Andrew JacVmhi was born in a log hut in oilrcmc jiovcrty. Ho grow tip in tlio woods of North Curol.nn, living in tho Lome of a rclntivo, wlicro his mother worked to Mipixirt liirnclf and her throo children. James K. I'olk, tho eleventh President, uporit Ins early ilrivs on n farm ill the wilderness of North Carolina. His father placed liim in a storo with tho in tentiou that ho should enter mercantile life ; but his disliku for business was so great that at the ago of 18 he was sent to the Murfreesborough Academy to fit him for college. Millard Fillmore win the son of New York fanner, mid his homo was an liuinWe one. When he won 1 years of ago he was sent nuay from homo to learn tho business of a clothier. But flyo Tears later he entered n law ofllce, 1 and at tho age if 23 was admitted to the 1 bar. J James Buchanan was born in a small His town of the Allegheny mountains. father was poor, and by his own ai built 1 his homo in tho wilderness. When i James was 8 J cars of ago ho was placed at bcuooI, ana six years later entered Dickuuou College, whero he graduated with the highest bonora. It is well known that Abraham Lincoln was the sou of parents who were I tho ixtorest of the ioor. Till ho was more than 21 his liomo was a log cabin. Bis attendauco at school was limited to a Fronf-'cari- y life ho was few months. compelled to depend pp. himself not only for his living, but also for his success in his busiuesi and his profession. At the ago of 10 Andrew Johnson was apprenticed to a tailor. Previously his mother had supported him by her own labor. He was iiocr able, it is said, to atteed school. Ilia education ho gained by his own efforts at night, alter working all day at his tiudo, and by tho help of his wife. The early home of Gen. Grant, also, on the banks of the Ohio, more than fifty years ago, was without many of the comforts of civilized life. Till he was 17, when ho was sent to West Point, ho lived the hfo of a common boy, in a common home. James A. Garfield, like so many of his prodocessors, was liorn in a log hut When ho was 1 years old his father died. Tho family was poor. When ho had hardly entered his teens ho was do ing a man's work in tho liarvest Hold He learned the carpeutcr's trade. Ho worked on the Ohio canal. Ho was determined, however, to liavo an educa tion, on , leaving his piano nrd his scythe, ho worked his way through the preparatory school, una, wtji some help from friends, was able to graduate at Williams College. The lives of many of tho President provo that no boy Is so poor but that h may hope to attain tho highest honorr which the American people cau aire. Of TIIK VNJYKKSK. 'Prof. Young, tho mathematician and astronomer, gives us sonio concrete il lustrations of tho marvels of tho uni- Terse that aro fascinating in their way, The traveler who would mako the cir cuit of the world in eight days would require nearly tuenty- - four years to circumnavigate tho sun. Tlio sun's surface is nearly 12,000 timoj, and its vol ume or bulk more than 1,800,000 times greater than that of tho earth. If tho MAUVKI.H has been an Olhollo, rt thongh without tlio misfrnblo Llko Bhakspcnru's hero. swarthy Otliotlo,liowiin liU presciitlieantifulwifo by the narration of his adventures and dangers. M. do Lcnwps. is now on tho verge- of 80, but iu spite of his great ago ho retains tho hopefulness and fault ness of youth, and ho has been com pared, in this respect, to Pythagoras, Titian and Alexander Von Humboldt, and oven to tlioso lioroen of Indian legend who enjoy their lifo twice over. At tho ago of GS, M. do Loascps was left a wid sous onjcr, and had n troop of grown-unud daiightetB. Home few years after, it was reported, to tho amazement of tho world, that tho lively septuagenarian hod married a young Creole maiden of astonishing beauty who has since brought him. six children. In a certain Parisian family, whero SI. do Lcsseps ' often visited, thoro was a bevy of five sifters. Tlio old man delighted to gather them around him, and relate ntirring episodes from his travels. One day, while tqieaking of his experiences in Palestine, ho said that ho had tindorgono great dangers and among the Arabs, because (hey could not conceivo how a man could live without a wife. Tho prettiest of the sisters, innocently asked, "Why, then, do you not marry again ?" "Because I am too old," replied M. do Leaseps "Besides," he added, "if I were to full in love with n youug girl, it would bo absurd to think that sho would fall mlovo with me." "Who knows?" observed Lesseps told his young tho questioner. listeners about tho roso of Jericho, which, after being dried, and placed in water, again bursts out into bloom. Soon afterward he obtained one of these roses, and presented it to tho youug girl. Iu n few days sho appeared with tho reblossomed roso iu her hand, which uhe gave to the honored guest, saying at the Baiuo lime : "Bee what a miracle tho water has effected upon the rose ; it is tho blooming of love in old ago." Their eyes met, and 31, do believing tlint his Desdumoua had a meauing inwhat slip said, quietly said : "If you really" hinjt that you darovent-uu- o to share the remaining years of on old man, hero is my hand." But for this marriage it is very uncertain whether tho bold projector would liavo under taken the lalxjrions task nt Panama. Sho is always at his side, and has been his chief help and supjiort throughout his arduous conflicts with politicians, inquirers and laborers. London Echo. iiauddo reporter ukrd James N. Sampson, tho ftiran i i live at tho ry, to what the Government detectives attributed Iho sudden iiicrcsKO in tho numlierof clipped and punched coins, which ho attracted co much attention of late. Mr. Sampson said that it was s jrfcctly well known that of the (lunching was dona in this city by Cubans. A ihhuIht of silver coins wero di-'r3nb-triiunine-tenth- ifi 1 1 c HKi tnH roiM. MKMoiiir r moc.t rrn.vo.r. earth is represented by a n threo-inc- h globe, tho nun, ou tho uamo scale, will bo moro than tweuty-aovofeet in diameter, and its dUt iuco 3,000 feet. If tho sun were hollow, and tho eaxtTNat its center, thero would be room for tho moon 210,000 miles away, and for another 100,000 miles beyoud her. The mass of the sun, that is, the quantity of mutter coutaiuod in it, is nearly 330,000 times as great as that of tdo t'urtli. This muss is about 7J0 times ai great as the combined musses of ull the planets and satellites of thu solar system; it Is two octillions of toua. The attract-h- o pull of this tremendous mass upon tho earth nt u illntauco of nearly 93, 000, 000 miles again trausceuds all concepquadrillions of tion. It is thirty-ai- t tons ; ki figures thirty-nifollowed by seventeen ciphers. It gravitation wero to ocase, and steel wires were used to hold tho earth In her orbit, each wire being as large us the heaviest telegraph wire (No. 4), it uould require nine to well square inch of tho earth's nurfaco, and tho whole suuwurd hemisphere of our globe would have to lie covered a 'thickly us blades of grass ukm a lawn. A man who on earth would weigh 250 pounds, would ul tlio kuu weigh nearly two tons, urn) be uuublo to btir. A planet us fur away as tho nearest fixed tor, which is more than 200,000 times more remote than the sun from tho arth, if not disturbed by any other at tractions, would still bo governed in its niollou by tho sun, though, it moving iu a circle, nearly 00,000,000 years would be required for a single, revolution. If the motion seems alow it is because tho dUtaueo is so wwi ; but the planet wvuld (.till bo held so powerfully iu its orbit that it could ouly free iltuiU from solar uttmctlou by ikrtkg away with a voIocMjr of mm tiuut 300 hat a uicoui. Mutton A(tt'rUtr. x clamped together in a roll, and in lens time than it takes to write nn account of it a hole is drilled through tho whole lot Tho filnoof tho silver obtained by punching n hole of usual size iu a coin amounts to nbout of tho nluo of tho coin, so that for every roll of twenty-flvquarter-dollar- s tho vulnoof ono qunrtcr-dolln- r is obtained in a moment by running a drill througl; tho roll. 3Ir. Sampson snys, also, that many of tho punched coins come from Mexico and South America, whero our silver coins circuluto freely, and rarely cscapo mutilation. Several attempts liavo been mado of lata j ears to break up tho systematic punching of coins, but with littlo Buccess. Only two con- victious for tho offeiuo have licen mado iu ten years. 3fr. Sampon remarked that, whilo tho business of punching and filing coins was almont wholly in the hands of tho Cubans, tho business of sweating gold coins by shaking them up in a buckskin bag is attributed by tho detectives to the denizens of Chatham street. By shaking a bag containing 100 eagles for threo hours the result in gold dust will be worth nbout $20. Mr. Floyd, tho chitf clerk of tho assay office, said that the Government rules relating to gold coins were defective, and tended to keep such coins in circulation. When n gold coin less than twenty years old is abraded to moro thau per cent, of its value, it is stamped with nn " L" at the and returned to whoever offers it, instead of sent to the mint. The object is to force the holder to take it to the assay office or mint to be sold at its real value, instead of which it goes into cir culation again. The trouble is that Congress has never mado any provision for redeeming mutilated or even abraded coin. Many persons think that all pieces that havo been worn down beyond re cognition iu actual Hcrvice should bo re deemed at par. Tho difficulty is to tell when a pieco has been worn smooth through use or brought to that condition by sweating or other artificial means. Mr. Fiovd considers that tho mutilation of silver coin doe? not need Government interference, because uuliko tho abrasion of gold, the multilation of a silver TltK I.OClt Of aiHltALT.HL coin can be detected at once, and it rests Great Britaiu'u possession of the rock with the public to drive such coins out of Gibraltar is a reho of a bygone age. of circulation. Arcu York Kvenlng It has for many generations been lout. of tho least azreeable side of Eu Fl.ATTFltlXII A Q17KKX. ropean politics. Gibraltar is by tiosition Queen Elizabeth loved flattery, and a Spauuh fortress, and its name is a synonym for impregnability. Why, on one occasion her passion was fully then, should it bo occupied by a foreign gratified, as the following anecdote, told lower? Ou no theory of fair play can in tho New l'ork Ledger, testifies : " Whcu Hie Duke do Villa Medina tho fact be accounted for, but not till recently has a British lovo of justico was at tho English court, ho was pres seen anything improper in it. Agita ent, and took part at a tournament giv tion for tho recovery of the foi tress is en by Elizabeth, where his gallantry now in progress in Spain, and tho En and manly beauty made him tho obglish Radicals to a considerable extent served of all observers. At tho close of the sport, as tho Duko came near to tho sympathize with it. Sentimentalism, however, is not alono at tho bottom of Queen, she said to him, pleasantly, that the talk of surrender. Modern modes sho would like to know w ho was the of warfare are such that Gibraltar is not chosen lady of so gallant a knight; indispensable to British glory. IU whereupon ho shook his head and would harlior is poor and is commanded by tho not further answer. " ' But,' persisted Elizabeth, 'there guns of other forts. No force could take Gibraltar, it is admitted, but that must be, somowliero, a lady w hoso beau docs not increase its imjiortance to En ty and perfection of character gives to glaud, for at this day a rendezvous for her a deeper place in your heart than is tho Mediterranean licet of ironclads is yielded to another ? ' " 'Ah yes, gracious Madam, there is of mora importance than a land fort not connected with good anchorago ground ono such.' " 'Aud moy I not know who sho is 7 for veesol of the class which compose "The Duko reflected a moment, aud the British navy. There is a harbor on tho African coast suitablo to receive tho then nusweied that he would inform her ou tho morrow. largest ilect of tho largest "And en the morrow ho sent to tho well guarded by fortifications, and accessible to supplies from abroad. Tho Queen, inclosed iu a box of sandal wood a small mirror. changes in fifty years iu tho art of war and inothor-of-iear- l, charac"Those who kuow ElizuU-th'would make this port equivalent for Gibraltar. It is not straugo that tho ter can imagine how deeply this bit of mowug spirit of Spanish nationality flattery must have tounhed hex." mourns for the recovery of tho historia t VltlAH Von OltiaiNALlTY. fortress. "William, you have again como up uuprepured I" worth i'a wxixa. WhenLover, the novelist, was residing "Yes, sir." near Dublin, tho Eleventh hussars ar"But from what cuuse?" rived in that city, and their notoriety "Lnziuess, sir." made then a great attraction, owing to "Johnson, give William a good marl the Eail of Cardigan being their Colonel, for uprightness." and tho numerous duels and quarrels " Bates, you proceed." that hod occurred in tho regiment. After havo not prepared, too, sir," a levee at tho castle, ono of thcirofllcers, "Butwhynot?" Lever recounts, was walking down Sack, " From laziness, sir." villo street, one sunny afternoon in hi) "Johnson, gives Bates a bail marl, full dress, and ho was met by two Irish, for plagiarism I" men fresh from tho country. Quito. duon t.xouuu rot: unit. Htnggrd at thrt glittmiiib and gorgcotu There is a btory told of a blunt old apparition clanking toward them, they who was noted for his exriveted their eyes on tho blazing gold, bluo uud crimson figure, and, with a treme personal plaiiiness. Being preswondering gazo, tho one exclaimed to ent at u lirty, ha had tukeu no part ill the other, with a sharp nudge in the the dance, s his hostess had souio diffribs and look of cxquUite fun, "Begor-ru- , iculty in providiug him with u partner. At lust sho led him up to a prim and shouldn't I like to pawn him " btuid spinster, at Hiokiiuio time whisperLlt'K AT I.K.tliyil.l.H. ing a few words of apology iu his cur I know a mail hero wIkmo Eastern "O, you needn't iimku uuy apology, homo has every modern luxury. He madam," suid he, with alacrity. "Any litis mado $10,000 iu the camp, and is old thing is good enough for mo." worth well toward half a million. He Tiik army wonu, having for tho most lives iu a cubiu. Tho furniture cousists of three chairs, two rude part duuunded or been mustered out, is bunks, ono old stove and a large table. now succeeded as a opu!ur sensation, at There is u pile of oie in one comer, u least at tho South, by tho cotton worm, pilo of wood in another, tmd a heap oi which is making lunooin tho growing and old clothes crop. This unwelcome visitor is about blankets, guuuy-suck- s iu the third. The rear room contains a an inch long aud depoits its eggs ou small but very select assortment oi the under surfaco of tho leaves of the kitoheu utcusils aud household supplies plant, which the youug, on being placed within easy reaching distance oi hutched, Immediately begiu to eat. The the stove. This gentleman uud his pai - scourge is a familiar one, uud has often uer do their owu cooking uud household been ruinous to tho districts ft utlaeKs. work, but the way iu which they do il Unhappily, it has made rather uu early would make an Eastern housekeejiei rppearauco this year, aud it will have time to do much damage before the faiut LtudvllU htUr. coming of tho cold weather, which kills the worm. Pay your subscription to tkU o diflt-cultilight-weigLos-scp- s, monoy-lendera, ainon-ument 1 men-of-wa- Dnring . war, whilo tho bloodiest battle ou tho Potomao wore bolng fought, tho Southern and Northern troops fratcrnlzod ou this ajKit, and not n shot wnsTired nor a blow exchanged on tho doinsin of Mount Vernon. It was noutrni ground. Tho soldi-r- s exchanged coffeo and tobacco and lolled amicably together under tho trees, then went back to shooting and killing each other m soon as they wero off tho sacred ground. The most irreverent scoffer must walk with reverence tlirough tho tuuieiit fnuue house in which so much of mir history is embalmed. Hanging in the hull Is tho great key to tho Bnslilo, sent to Washington by Ijifay-cltand near It is the General's field glass, hung ou its rack by Washington liimtieH nud never disturbed. Of all the memories of Mount Vcruou nono aro more interesting than thoso of Eleanor Cuslis iHxir Nelly, who died at 22, and was her stepfather's pet. In ono room stands her harpsichord, an immense, machine, just the slzo of a grand piano of tho pnuent day, with two banks oi keys liko an organ. Beside it aro some ancient blue chairs embroidered by tor dead fingers a century ago. In tho grounds stands her roso bush, bosido whieh, t nulit loll says, she received her first offer, nud which tho guiloless aud ciednlom of henex aro persuaded to walk around six times to bring a similar event about. One of the ingeuuitieti of the Ilegcnts of Mount Vernon was to havo magnificent Turkish rugs made to resemble as far as possible the rag carpets which wero tho floor coverings in Martha Washington's day, aud for that purpose scraps of tho rag carpets wero sent abroad to bo as nearly simulated as possible. Aud way up high, under tho roof, is a little hlj roofed, domcr.wiu-dowe- d rookery, which, alter Gen. Washington's death, his widow chose as her own room, because it was from that window only that a view could lie had of tho hideous brick tomb iu which the mortal part of the General lay. e, Hustonville Nat. Bank. Orricaor Court-m- i its nr tiik18S) WA3IIINIHON, Arm 7, Mr Mllt'urtorj- - nl.lfnctr-rfnlr.o la th uodmlinnf, II hat tlmt In llm town of Iht NMIomllUnti odlmton-illlo- , HiiitoiulltF, In Iht rountf of Uarola ml But of Wil-titt- CHlHCH HIHICIHHI. II. MITIIt)PHT,80UTII-ni- T. (uoJir V Mottleio, uornln anil I'rayer Meet In evtry except the thirl nlhl Hun.lay Bchool at 1 M A. M. 1 buralay nUhl IteT II I pioilivtii, nuTiiDi.iiurio J M Ilatrcw, t'utor Bertlree BArTIHT RtT t'omth Munilara, notnlntand rt night, IVaier Meetlnc every We4nealay afler-nooHun.lay rVhool at it A H, II. K, Harrow Huperlntendenl Wonhlp b; the CIIKIririAN ltr. rreachlnc brtoiurrttion (ox Iir. J. W. onMerond anil fourth lr.l'l daya. BunJay flchool at It. Joa. rieteranre, Mnperlntendaot. Kev. I. H. HOUTII Hrhout at W. John W. ElRWIIYTKKIAN. Union Louisville, New Albany Chicago &, Railway. IIUNHINII tn ml prf - tiik rulIiiiHii .vm urn: KtDtiukjr, hMtorapllM with ill lhrntlilono( lh IMTlwJ SUtutu or Iht UnltM HIlM rrqulrnl to t roropllfJ with in snncUtlon ibill I mithorliKl to (oiumrnro Ih ImilnoMol bunking, Kiw, Ihrrrfor. t, John J Knot, (Vn liolltrof Hi Currency, dn rfitHj thtt Iho lUnkof lluilontlllf, In tb town of In thrountf of Unrein sn-- l Hlitu nt Wedneaklay nlfhle. Ktntutkr. It mitlinrlfct tnmnimrnr Iho l.uiln (iitliflrlrril In Pwtlon S.IG'J ot Hit of lnkln(, i;Tini nmiuiffloi in tmiivM pme. hun-- l nnil lolMtlhionr whrrmf, wIIiimu tnr of offif. thlillh ilir fit April, 1S1J. lfr TaIhcu TO Curs! ANII BOI.lt) TRAIMfl LOUISVILLE Hrnrlat Nntii K branch or LA CHICAGO! Trartr Ueatlnoa tl IJS Ira Na.S.917. (etiiitrullr JO IIS J. HXOX, . of lliw Cunrnrj OPERA HOUSE, UTArirOKIi. KY.- In time to lake the etching train of the "Monon lloule" and gn through lo Iroru Ike Knot-vill- a H. It. It. arrive In UmlavllU taenert Orceiirimllo, C'ranftirtliTlllPa Idtratrtte ami Clilcnge rillheHt clirinicr. timi: TAIH.K. W. P. WALTON, - Proprietor. too. Adilreea HTAIIIINn. I.te, lulTllle.... Arr. ilrrencaitle.. .... Pally. 7 41 I 01 1 0.1 IX 7 lHlly. ni in m u p a a IL American Aneti, I -- Blieof romnlele Hlf, TOiM. Rltht Incluillnc aela ol nailery, Beatlnc rapacity, ralea lo rood, attractlona. a at ore. Stanford Female College. NTANFOItl), Ufayelt I am a It pm tit y ia Warn Chlr.ro. ... The runatdlrrc! route, with only one thangeof rare, leall polnta In Wix-ontlMlnneMta, Iowa, ebraaka,Ae tor further Information, MU1IIIAY K M.I.Kit. 1 IV Ah Loultvllls, Ky in. S " ' tawfordatllle lllau IHpn M pm KY. GLOBE ! With a Full Corps of Teachers, Thtelnelltutlon will open III Thirteenth Heealon on the M Monday In rleio(r next ALL TIIK 11KAHC1IKM (IK A IiiNiirancc Company Lones paid ia 31 yean ia u. q. exceed 9Ji,uuu,uuu.uu - $5,212,737 81 THOROUGH ENG11SHC0UB3E Are lauiht, aa vail aj THI ORCAT Through Trunk Line TUB tiANOUAOEH. Solid, Prompt and Honorable. Pars MD8IO, INQ AND l'AINTINO. I) HAWlosses Vfiuioni uu uajs' uiscotint. Does the Leading American rollclM wrltun l.y Business. TERMS MODERATE. 110; ITtparatojy, IM. and Collegiate, HO. In Tuition, price ranta from tH lo fie to Ik regular llepartmenta. Pllmtir. IU, Intermedial Par full parti culare, aa to Board, At., addnea N. V. THUF.IIKAHT. Prlneli.el, Slintord. Uneoln Co.. Ky. JOHN M. PHILIPS, Agent. SIX OTHER riU.ST-CI.ArcwnUJ it Ibt MM 111- - COMPANIES m irnrr. lulrt rMtooil.lf, MM. WllnUt Change SHORTEST Representative Newspaper of the South. TIIK WEKKLV H ALL'S ui wltb ZfWt UirhaM ROUTE AND QUICKEST (ROM LOUItritXCTUTIII Courier J ournal -- AM SOUTH & WEST Llltle Hock, Msalxomary. Atlanta, fiataaaah, Jackaoarltle, Mobile, and New Urleeee. Without PULLMAN CARS Kaabtrtle, chaais le Mesapkla, OLici:i:it:. The uamo ia derived from a Greek word signifying "sweet," and has reference to taste As oil consists of acids and glycerine, the latter is obtained by separating tho oil the samu is truo of fat into its component parts. Tho uses of glyeerino aro becoming moro and moro extended and valuable, Thero is no application that is bettor than a few dropa rubbed daily over tho hands, to keep them moist aud smooth, Tho hands should Iw first moisteued with water, as the gijccrino otherwise absorbs moisture from the skin. Glycerine aud carliolio acid threo ounce of the former to fifteen grains of the latter Are umong the most effective applications for chapped hands, and equally for a scurfy skin. It may bo Used two or threo times a day. Glyeerino is also said to bo exceedingly eifective iu somo cases of piles. A gentleman who had suffered from thorn for j earn, and whose case appeared to dofy medical treatmeut, was cured by taking it daily with his food. A doso would bo from a half to a whole tablo-spoonf- oruiAN or- - QatarrhCE 13 RECOMMENDED BY rHTBICIAHti Live Issues, Living Ideas BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA la Palace L'ara Wlthoat Change 3VCOia.Ii Ah POEOBS. Eifixr Op MONOPOLIES, OLIGARCHISH 1 nnd Cstnrrti of tho of the Ulcerntlrel Catarrti INTIHHEar, Eio or ALLY, nnd Throat. It la taken acta OIRCCTLY upon tha Blood and Mucou Surfnoe of the Sratem. It In if tho beat Blood Purifier thatthe la WORLD, aid Ii worth ALL charged for It, for that, atone. Cotlty-Chronlo OUHKS Naaal - SHORT LINE TO THE EAST froaa Loolatllls la ratsceCsrswItbeatcbssge THE SFIBIT OF SUBSIDY Ai miloJInl In That Thievinir Tariff WEEKLY Uu no COURIER-JOURNA- L paper iu tot Dtwijxfr urlor Ma jrnt woria limllr ti oJ cirrutaiiun fORlCATASRH tui: MAHKKT.aU tor any ! Be And we offer One Hundred Dollar Crtao of Catnrrh It will not pure. V1LL CL UU AN V CA8K. Ity the trordeJ aJtertlaenienlaof rlral Offloo U A. T 8rwiT Cb.l which Cbicioo, 11U J una , IHK I routes, Ihorteal are llalde lo derette the public The and (julckcal ttoute from CincinXleurt. F J, Chnty ft Cu.. Toledo, (. tVeaUrmea. I take) 1 kuuure In Informlos you nati West la the that I bate used Hall a Calarrb Cure. It bat cured me Iwatvery bad and don't beellateto aay'batltwUIrureanyraaecf C'atarrblf taken & MISSISSIPPI W. 0NL7 xix-ia 1HIERHAL CURE CITHUnHrl 10 line ol receive special law rates. See Areata of IM ( nmpant Acer write C. P MHORf. ' PMIHRaUTC homeaonthe tsalcthis road will for ratie, roolea 0. P. & t. A. Loulavllle. Kr. ittik Don't Led Astray properly. Youra truly, jtAxr ruins i.Aitomt Than tnr iiolltlcalncwipair In tb 8oulh, and It rxnllMl br but few In tho UnlltJ Mtatrt. It ran- Ulna rcb wnk tbo taoat romplcto aummarr of thanowaortbo wotlJ. nnl Ita rJllorlal rolumna aro alwaia (llforr Wattcraon. fcJllor-ln-Cbltaoie, airoog idu uriaoi. aiuodx ine KMI'kClAI. VKATUUKX Are Ttlrfrapble Hprclala from all tbo leaJing poln ti In Iho Unllnl htatraanj Kurop. Herlal aixl Khoit niorira, lanuafe-aoermoninouar auer uviirrrj Iu llrccklfn Talrnacle. Market Iterorla. lull- Ion Ixtteia, Turf an.l block lUporia, Anawer to ana iiefii-uien- t ujrreapoooeoia- - iieparinieni, lor Cblhlreii. Ho Homo fti the Couatrjr aiiouia uowiiuoui ii. WORTH HtO A IIOTTLK.N Have bad K. Vraaar, Jacknon, Mich., write Catarrh for W year. Hall's Catarrh Cure cured me. OuruUer It wortb JiaOOa bottle. aU Pnipitlui at 56 rta per bottle. CO. Manuracturrll and eolAy K J CUE.VEV cole lrvnrietors. TOUOjO. OUtO. For aale In Hunford ky Penny A McAllitrr. J. II. Wutnmiou. I 10 IToura Clnriinmli to St. Louis C claaaol aeengrra. ! IlourttbeaJ of ali other lluw. pally Tnlna, with notbauge of rare for any Tralna to Loulatllle, wltb Free Pallor Afflicted, Attention DK.GANN'S REMEDIES FOR THE MILI.ION. UANUFACTUUKD HY W K. OANN, M 31ally Writers iu tho London Lancet strongly recommend it for acidity of stomacli. Its use for this trouble was first discovered by a private gentleman, who had long been a sufferer from it. Having read iu tho paiier thst glycerine kept milk from souring, ho said to himself, "Why won't it keep mo?" He tried it with complete snecess, and was ablo thenceforth to tako food from which ho had been forced to abstain. It was subsequently employed by physi cians with liko results. It does noT remove acidity; it only prevents its occurrence. Tako from a inimodi teaspoonful to a ately after eating, or tako it in tho tea in placo of sugar. table-spoonf- NVUSCIIII'TIOX Tl'.ltJlS: jean HunJajr, 12 a year; Weekly, alnely corr ono Tear, fl.oo- - Hferoplee, one jear. V1XO. Alter a club ot Bo baa Leen aent ui the club rataer can, tbrou(bout tb joar, I'll alnifle aubacrlptlon at our lowest club rate II 10 lor leailjr aubaerlotlona. Yeoilr aubarrlptlona onlr ran La rereited al tbli rale. Our leriua lor U than a rear are II (oi elubt monlbi, 71 eenta for alt luoDlha. SOcenta for ibreotnonika. I, aenl A aaiople copy of Weekly Cburler-orto- il freo ol cbarKo for examination ou application Liberal caah eoumilulon allowetl canvauera, ant outni aenl mem free of cnarKO. Adtireaa Dalljr, 111 of rare. Dally Tralna lo Cairo, 7 hours quicker than soy other Hue, end no change of cars, Iially Tralna te Mew Orlrena. Mo change of rare from Cincinnati. Kou,'", D, 12 Hours QouJi?h1EH,,"n koura 21allf Tralna lo KreuMllle. 4 one lees la sd change allMber routes, with I 2 2 """" MONTICELI.O. KY. The world la nlW with the wonderful, beeutl-f- ul and Intricate Imentlona ol wan, jet all the couiUoed talent and nenlue thit tb world haa star known baa neier produced any thins that ran roiiipar with 'Hr. (lane's IleBsdlf " kletlcal aklll and acleoee hate, u yet, lalltd to dlacoter any tblDg piual to theui, for the curt of the Ula ssaea for which tbey are reroinmended. Aa tbelr W. N. Co., IxiuUfllle, lij I'realilint Courier-Journ- al vlrtuea ami uat-- are pralird by tbouaauda throughout lb leotlli and breadth ol lbs land, andaa Standard rauillv Medlcluee, they cannot bs Democratic and for a Tariff for EaTenue an tare fully auUUntlaled by the ttroor-e- at iiai.ii:an, than by other Hare. The O. X' M. la the only line with 4 Iially Tralna from Cincinnati lo HI. Luola, making dlreet connectlona In the Union leiwt (at Ml. IuUlwItb Mlieourl I'sclde Uallway,bt. lula. Iron Mountain A Houtbera Hallway, Chicago ft Alton Kail-roaChicago, burling ton A (Julacy ItallroaJ, Keokuk A W. foula llaflrosd, WaUih. HI. loulaA faclllc Hallroad, sllawurK Kanaaa A Trias Ball way, Ht Umla A Han Franrltru Hallway Tlioeonlhe lancie P.u To Huri Ires change of rare IXdllSdS Ull ran, and lu Imprest This Upon Your Memory. The . efr JM. la the only line by which you ran get tbruugb cars from Cincinnati to til. Louis wllboutpsylug extra lare In addition la money paid for ticket. lurtlcketa. rates, or snr Inlottnatlon, call on Ticket Agenta of connecting Unce. -I- Nf I'lrsae call al IW Walnut at, it onlj, tealluioolala. torCoufba, Colda, Croup, Hronchllli, Consumption end all Uieeaaeaa ol lbs Throat and buoji, Umo Dr. Ohhh'k C'otiKb Nymp. THE BEST OF ALL For liter Complaint, Dyipepala, Indlfeatlon Jaundice, Conatlpstlon, Sour rloioach and sll Slllout Ulaesaes, jlllCIIlildll (or Uei-o- t lino twaat Dr. tinmt'H Liver Hre. W. W. I'KAIIOUy, (leu'l Manager. Miss Eouunoh, daughter of Senator Edmunds, takes a daily walk accompanied by a fiuo Irish setter. Miss Hill, daughter of the Senator, owus a fun setter and drives a stylish dog-car- LINIMENTS TOR MAN AND BEAGT. For more than a tblrU of a oontanr the I MaxleaiiMualaiiKl.luliuentliasiiocnl known to lullllona ull over tbo world m the reliance for tlio relief oil acclucnu anil tuiln. It 14 a nnxllulncl above prlco unit pralao the beat or IK I roriTuryXorinorexU-rualnolnl B only-eaf- For Itbeuuatlaiu, Meuralsla, 8pralna, llrklara and 8welUuja-- sn external application for man or ITmo Uaa 1 1'aueogor Agt Cincinnati, J V. HILL, I'siaenger Agent, Lebanon, Ky fool of Mill street. W. II, SIIATTUC. Dr. Obiiu'm IJultHciit. all Forlllea, Ileuioribolda, Uurui, Fltlula and alinllar dlwaaos, KEHTUGKY CENTRAL R. A. rf . BU1C1HK.H MOM UXHAPrr 31 Uho 17ho Dr. Ghiiii'm I'lle Oluliucut. Dr. Ohiiu'h IIKIcr-NweOintment. et For Fresh Cuta, Duma, Ulcere and Old lions, TIIK MOST DWIKABLK UOUTK TO "I Tho Europe, of Brussels, publishes somo curious statistics of suicides attributed to unhappy marriages. According to this statement, iu Sweden, out of every 1,000 suicides, thoso of 1G men and 21 women wero said to havo resulted from matrimonial misunderstandings or incompatibility of temper. In Norway tho figures wero 21 men and 18 women ; ill Prussia, 48 men and 61 Saxony, 20 men and 29 womwomen ; en ; in Italy, 70 men and 70 women ; in Franco, 138 men and 101 women. It is remarked that tho largest number of these suicides occur in Franco and Italy, whero divorce does not exist. bind. MEXICAN Mntanir Liniment la wllliont nn onual. It ieuetratra Jleali ami muaclo o tho very liotte iiialdnff tlio oontlnu-- I uuco of pain iiikI tnnniiiiuution ltupoa-Iblo. IU tiroclnupoalluimill tlm Unite Crentlmi uro equally womlir-- l iui. 1 1)ho Dr.OHiin'M NIoiuhvIi IIIUvrH A Itellable Tonic. Appetlwr and Illood I'uilter, and alao cures liyiieeela. Indigestion, Liver Complaint, Malarial liters and all erlodlcal Ulaeaars. Manufacturrd and lor sale by And decidedly the Popular Koute, affording, doua, leaa cbaugeaand auperlor accommodations r IV C I N N A T Iu ! It la Minonri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texai, juuxiuigaii b MUSTANG Unlmoiit U nccJcil by aouiobody In every liouvo. Kvcry iluy brlnirx news of the atuuy ufau awful aculil or burn ubUuix). of umrtvr ru- atarot, or n alublo horaa or pi by tbo hculliii; jiowcr of tlila The Mortb, Northwest and IV eat. In fact, If you coutsuplatea trip In any direction, your Intereat will be Lealaertrd by purcbulng your tickets via 2-K. U aud Cincinnati, 1 Trains each way J; Pull man Palace I are; Mrgsnt Mew lsr Coaches, and Bole proprietor, aloutlrtllo, Ky. axsrAII orders M-- tl by uull will rerelre piouipt stteutlon, ' neudeouiely furnlahed Kecllnlng Chair Cars lorra the uneualed equlpuenla of this Old KsllaUs, thereby making a trip over this line one el luxu-rlo- ui comfort and pleasure. Try II. w. uc. d., TIMK TAULE. IM hVVKOt MAY 20, IMJ. Hrnnu. Mu.X va Ken lucky 'h -- ltuulo roa Eust Lve. Cvlugtoo n-- 1 d Tub Illinois dog law requires tho owner of uvery dog to pay a tax of $1 therefor, to bo collected as other taxes. This money goes into a separate fund to reimburse tho ownora of sheep that may bo killed by dogs. Another excellent provision is that, it tho owner of dog is known and u a sheep-killin-g silent, tho proceedings shall lie against him for tho loss; otherwise tho loss ia made good from tho dog fund. TKAItfVh UtMiAatt, There is at Brussels a curious case oi chrouio drowsiness. A man about ffl years of age, apparently in jierfecl health, has lately been uttacked by uu irrepressible teudouoy to Bleep. As soon as he stops walking or scuts himself even to eat, ho fulht into a deep slumber. All tho remedies prescribed by tho leading Belgian physicians have failed to produce any effect ujioii him. This is said to be the first case of the kind iu Ewope, LINIMENT vrbleti tpeoilllr cures kuoli nllracnU of tbo HUMAN H.KSll as KliouiiiKtlain, NiTllln((a, Ollff Washington, PhiladelphiaN.Y. The only line running Cyntblaua 1'srla. Arr. Lexington.... Lve. Lexington Arr. Wlncbealer " " " Kaluioutb rULLMAN NEW SLEEPINO UAK8 juaii, l ouirat-iriuuil Heuttla, Cute, jiiuacjca, jiurua llrulaea ami Npraluai I'olaoianii i lllli ami , Olil hihlua, Stimieaa, Noree. t'lrera. l'ror ll.lalua. uat, ami dure IMpi'lre, Cat. ludoeil every fonia u tlla acare. II litula COUTIOM tor tlu) UUUTUtrllbout It CU104 Hpralua, Mwliiuy, Hllir Jnluta, Ilarncaa Norto, Hoof Ilia eaeea, foot Hot, Ncronr lvoriu. Noli, luU- llullutv Horn, Ncralcbea, Ithi(l""e, Sella, Nlinvlii, Tliru.li, I'llnt upon l'oll Uvll, tlio filfilit and eveiy ullier ulluieitt t wblclt the ore u pun I of Ilia Mtabla uml Hlock Vul.l are liable. 'Ibu Mailcait MuataiiK I.luluieut Blwuya lurea ami uovir JLujijKjiuUJ and It U, poaltlvuly, to a u 4 10 iu ftftipw 60 a m ft IU p u C 49 put 11 so a u 6 84 p in 7 W put 11 IS p u 6 15 p in IIUpiu 12 64 p m G 44 p ui I 03 p b 7 SO p iu 04 p in Ml. Hlerllug p ui Ashland IM p ur II 31 p IU lluollnglen. - 7 41 p UI is iu a Muaru. No. 3. No. 3. 10 I IU am 3 No. 4. 01 p in No. 4. 4 10 pm tii No.. A SOLED TRAIN LeulHTllle, C'lncluHHtl IiikImh, Hy., Lve. llunllngtou.. hhI I,ox AablantL.. Ml.Hterllng Wlnchsalar Arr, Lsslngton Lve. WASHINGTON CITY. ConoecllDK In aauit deiwl wllb fast trains Paris ..... CynlM.ua... raluioulb Arr. Cuvlugtoa, . lsslngton. ' ' . 0 to a ui 7laui 7 25 a ui 10 Ola in It 30 a m IHpiu U 07 p D 1 Upin W 65 p ui 240pm 2 00 p ui toopin 45 p to I 40 put II p ui 4llpui IU uo a ui 4 SO p in ao4pu II JO a u imp ui 20 put 6 10 p m 5 4s p ui 6 20 a ui IU a m 7Wam 7 30 a m lliliu llliti jSTGXXr "STOJCJS.. MAY3VILLK UlVmiON 4tpm,Arr. Maysvllle7 Mput lor tTo. vl.v Lexington Msyatllle 6 uu aui. No. 10 Lexlagtoa 9 10a ui No. II Uxlugton Cam " Mayetllls OOOau No. II " Matsillle II 31pm Letlugtonll 4put BEST THE ALU OF The Dirwt Route to Lynckburff, Dan ville, Norfolk, t- LINIMENTS 703 VAX OX BXABT, ppr. although such cases uie by no weans rare amoug tho negroes of Guinea, who cull them Neluvaii. No. 4 runs dally aud has day coatliti trout Cincinnati to Waiblngtou, Pullman Hlseperslo Xsaa. whs Kalla. W Vs HI ope only at alstloaa on K. 0. It. K.wbere time le given. No. 1 ruua dally except Huuday, baa through roaches lo Huutlog-to- n. No. 4 ruua dally exrspt Sunday between All Virginia aud North Carolina Cutlngtou sud Ltxlnglon, No t runt dallyt from Washingsud baa elegant day coach rointa. ton. Pullman ttleeper from Ksuswba Falls and r to tiarlor rare from Ltxlogion to ClnelnnatL Osly For lid eta and further Inforutllon. your ueerat llckttincaor addraas Ibras stole. Noa. 1 aud S run dalle, eaceut Hun- day, aud bate through roaches from Huntington JAMIMt). KKIVNT. aud Ml. Blullng. 1) 1 1 act connection at Lexlagtoa Haul Westeru Agant. with atagee for Klchwead,ICy., Lawrencsburg.Ky.. 3IU YV. Main Ml., lulullle.lCy aud Veimlllea, Ky, O, W BtNUEK. UL SUOWN, O. W.HMITH. II.W. FULLEK, (leu'l Pass. A Tkl. Alt rjupwluundtnt. llab'l I saa'r Ag't. tian'l alinuar. " 11 ,. ...I, sea... kvtjf IliUiM, eUchiuoad, VlrgluU lliHNMbWl)l r. -- !...- BV