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The tots for 'pettier showed 318 con Cutllsle rrcelTnl 101 greMBien preatnt. and Keifer 11U Mr. Carlisle was escorted to tbe chair by Mew, llaodall and Kei fer, when after eipreBg hi thanks and asking the ntembtri In his Isbors, hestd: I ita sure, gentlemen, ell matters of tirrsented tothlscongrees. will re ceive froBi jou such csreful consideration m the nisgnltude, character and Interests red require, and jour action upon them be wise, coBeerratlte and patriotic. Suil-de- n and radical changes of the laws and rrgultllons affecting the commercial and Iedu,itrlal Inltreata of the people ought never to be mvle unless Imperatively demanded bv some public emergency, and In ray opinion, under, the existing circumstance, such change would not be favor-abl- y received by any considerable number of thwe whe hate given serious attention to the subject. Applause. Many reform are undoubtedly necessary, and It will be jour duty, tfltr a careful exami nation of the whole subject In all its bearings, to decide how fir they should extend and when snd In whit mtoner they should be nude. rArplause.1 If there be any who fear that your action In this or any other. subject will be Injurious to any interel; or even afford reasonable csuas for alarm, I am quite sure they will be agreeably dls appointed. Applanee What the country haa a right to expect Is strict economy In the administration of every department of Hie Government, just and equal taxation for public purposes, the faithful observance of the limitations of the Constitution, and a scrupulous regard for tbe rights and Interests of the great body of people, in or der that they may be protected, for Con- grers has the power to protect them against encroschments from every direction. 'What ever ctn be done under tbe circumatapcea surrounding ui to meet this expeceatinn, ought to be done, in my judgment. But, gentlemen, without detaining you further, I am readr to take tbe oath of office pre scribed by the Constitution and laws, and of nrocee-lo complete the orginizition the House. Applause.' for friends of a candidate for tbo speakership lo send flowers to his desk on the dsy of bis election by the House. Two Kentucky ladtei prepared and sent lo Mr. Carlisle Monday a beautiful, original device In flowers and atln. It consisted of a gavel, In the shape of tbe George Washington hatchet, resting on a mossy stump of a tree, in such a way as to (how both sides of the blade and handle. One sldo was composed (if beautiful flowers and the other of satin, Tbrotfgh the centre of the bls.de, on white satin, appeared in Illuminated old English letters the following: hand-painte- VOLUME Spi-iiltt- kl W. P. WAL1BH, X.-NUM- BER 510. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 204. 9t(riiriurnnl Editor and Propnthr rublUtteit" Twrstfni 5 nnd JYrfnye, a.oo Waa paid ilrlcllr la adfinc. If we htvt la wilt any Hint, t.SB will t charged. in annum. lh , PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. ";.. , Full Text to I fj DtHnflt Submittal - Cenjrett en the 4lh. Imparfaat Itfceramemlatlon for 'the UeTernweut of Oar Finances, f I Allta1liis;tsellaneltivall-alii- ii Pro rrll7rlillanTmlrl Inn ( rise but lnl.rr.llni Manner. To tt Comft v thl Unltal Stalf: e At the threshold of ynur deliberations roti utxm the f nralU asjiect of the domctlla and forelirn affair of this Our relation with other oouotrlc . continue In lo upon n f rleudly fuotlna-- With llcljrluui. llraill, tho Arirrntlne Italy. Santo IHimlr.Kn ai,d Denmark, llaytl. Hwedenawl Nrrwwy,tin1rlrldc'jitriaoocitrnI which call for prcll comment. The recent opening of new line of telegraphic commit nlraUtm with Central Anerr-s- s and llrall pertnlMeit iht Interchange ofmi'ae of frlrnil ihlp with tho florrrmnrntsof thoso countries. Iturlnir fnoyrar there nnvo own nrrrcet-- a ami proclaimed consular anl commercial tn--tlwith ferrla nnd uronaular treaty with Komnanla, thin mending-- our lntcrooitro with tholiamiMan countries wbrteniir Kat-er- n wider relation hare lawn put upon Core tult by trestle with survey and Medaimver. treaty with Met-leThe new boundary a, trades erk convention and s supple ihenUry treat-o- f ritractlnn with Hpaln. and convcnllone citendlnn; the iluratlnn of tho commission have also ;oiiceur ine irrminumn Hern proclaim"!. artuuayf the treaty of Wash- of IheJabL-rli- i f t from tuumv'of Imteirlo liottll-Itl- et totlmti'f negotiation, in which tho ruiin-rlo- f thlttioiernment havo lieun eterdtoil. The demand of Chill for ahfloluto ceton of terriuiry havo lxen mlntalnel and aoceptetl liy the parry nftleneral fittetla trttheoitent of concliiainir a treaty of pnocw with tho of Chill, In ireneral eonfonnlty with thetorm of Iho protocol lnel In May latt lietwncii the Chilian Commander and Ocnernl lirlnln. Aareultor theconrliMlon of thl ;on.h avenHi4r (ieneral lnleti ha been formally reo tnrnt.111. HMrHlur ascBHnafi or-n- - tn-ntllrttl.tl Onrornuicm and tho reciprocal rrtrl- - ofiNat-- by ISinia 1'rp.iMint of l'eru. nnd hi Ire-r(lovrmmcnt InttallM at Llirui, which ha lieen and carinntlon of tho treaty will 0Cevacumtiil by the Cullua. . cordla;l? erase on J uly 1, last. 4 ran naaneen itiueu oy lienerai mienia riMiEniM itfcrmtr. for a aemblr. to be elected ))criet InihHtry. pursued hy nutser- - on tho tith of January, and to meet at I.lma The of mi claat theourrttltenson tho northern coast. on the lot of taroli nett.- - while the provlt-tona- l Atlantic ami I'ttciflo Oceana, arc both of Irtglela ha jrtrromment nf worthy of the foaterln enm of Cmijrrei. applied for recognition RcneraV principal powto tbe W'liMiiMV.. limit. ht Intnenmiielttlan with tho er of America and Kuro- -. When Ihn will fmrljawrj tho Peruvian peoplo ahall be mnnlfeated of HkaltHliMtrtlcsof otl.oMitri I men at well Ui our nlartufiiMurtTa'of 'Bifclnl I hall not healtato to rccogntietheaovern-meri- t appliance ami irrorera or ma prouucia approved by them, 1 tuinrrat harinlntalntl funrmoat pUce lHjilouiAlUj and naval roprpaentatlve la tbli thatConare crvato a I'ominlxion to con-abl- Oovevrnaent attended at Cnntca the centenfho irrneral question of our right In tho nial celobratlonpf the birth of tho llluatrinus fithrrtc and tho meaji of ppimlnjr to our llollrar. At the nu time- - tbe Inauguration rHIien nrxler iuM n4 'nnrlruf conllton atatuteot Vohlngtnn. the Venezutherlchlyttociikl (bhlnr watrra and aeallna; of thecapital tctl9cd to the Inveneration in oUl elan hi memory I bold tlicro. Congrett, at rroumli of Ilrltltb nod llusslaa which " Amrrtcm. ,, Its last (Hlon. nu'harired tho ntccutlro to Pitrrxn tviniunnx. pronoaeta (Jm VeaaxlieuntGoi'iraiaent a r QucMlon bu arlwn touehlnv deportation of otieulngof the award of tuo mixed cimml- the Unltri Mtatr from the lltltl.ti Itlandi ion at Caracas. Tno ditiarturo from thl country ot tho OnrrrnBirnt or inuolchKil aid of pnonun-ablitsf,ttiJar)Uanrnlnir onoiuelau Mlnlterba delated the niwnlna Hqeti of, thran of negotiation hero drnta U cosntiiwHy t hu panfat oUa.JU-- . ThU Governmentfor reviving (be rommlikn. ni bold that, until the crtab-lUhmevemiM nt tcklnacenr Oneil tiy the taw, hare Nien of a treaty upon thl subject, tho daeee with Uie ppurblon. of our atatuto. Her Wnuiuclan Government inut continue tu that JtJityOoernwutUA make, tho parmenU pmilded for Injhectnv. It ror ocuer ui itoi, uurtbix tho dUputo. groHliiij out ha, howerer, rn o manyIncae prurcn Inencot-ua-l,- rrntiuaobligation inero rniuno of tbeun- certain rexent In- paid and etprclalty to enexi tine rrom 'ranee will be atlf actorily admitted. terrltnrr tbrouah Canada, that a rrniUm or xtic t Tonus Cabinet ha nrouoted a luul of our lealilaUoa upon thU autwt may bo drera-- t ettleinent wblcb moots my approval, but a to tnq It Involve a reeaMlnrnf the annual quota adrluMe. CDrTe.pondrncorrlatlre CUrto-Hli(wvr. trewty baiibra Jpititloupl, of tho foreign debt. It ba been deemed ndrU-abl- e and, will be laM rnjubealt the" prtNjAl totbo Jtiibmnakf aaifntt. Tho ornTot MKiBrtT? Xtmirjv mpor of tbe CaMrrVtr of Berlin, Copenhagen.recent Hague. London and MadrhL -- L tho VAfuiiutMti Hm The WaJftiNna t Ml Majctty IClnir Kalakaua, tatlon oFprrparrd iwlne pmlticl from the coronation of was repmacnteil. both dlplo- tjil Government United State haa tteua riMlM. That reiult matloally and by tho formal of a vewel ha been duo no ! to tli f rltindly repreMn of wir. Tho ouoatlon of tunnloatlng or modi- qf,UU Uoveramvnt than tu a ifrqwlajf ttlona exutinir i . mng tno now before reciprocity treaty W TmwT bt. the nirii-iwillawall 1 Comrre. noiiKmai.iniiT Hir ro'danvr to henltlr. of i am convineoi mat mo coanrc orabuv) ana roklWU tbalntrodiMtksi fUrmmai'aMll fraud under that treaty bare been rxairireni all wirm anati t froia AuorliM. Itcrtdcd ted. and I renew the (tiggotlon of latt ycir'a to the iniwrMl (IfHemwrnt.a txUmltVf Inib ranAHge that the ttvnty boraoilllleil wherever t .linn to .Mrf rtwitatothe United State to It pruvltmn have proved onerDuttligltl' Inniilm whether Mtuoof the nroduct wa mate trade between (he two couirtrtra.' 1 am to healfh. ha The (lorrrtiihent of tho Khedive ha pro- rotrAI MintInthe authority of the timet jimic Krtlettiiidil cltlteniotlholTnltoddtalca n who n re now tnol iieroro Lotnumr Court. TliUtlorernment I not ItvliiiMWl to ncecnt the ehanre, but lielietca that (tt trnm nhoiil.l iMiaiibmlitHforcrltletanitn the Comuillon ppolntt'd tiiroiiwtbewholoaiilijeet At no time In our Hatmnnl htitoryht tli.ro lieen moretnadlfeat miot of cloteatid laallna; rrhv tloiKWIth n nrlihlwrlilir dlato than nowcijiti with roiKt tu ilojrlu. The rapid InHiu of our cnpltat nnd enlfr-prl.Into that country aliowi, by what ha alt reolpnieal ready been arenmplUhed tho ndrantnirr which inut nttend tho proiriTM of tt Internal derelopment. The treaty of and navigation of 11 baibeen terminate! by the Menlcan tlovcmnicnt, nnd In the abeneo of conventional engniremcnu the rlihtinf our cltlMii In )lcxlni now depi'iid mmnthe lometlaMatutrof tli.it Itepiilille InMance of harh etiforee-wen- t Tticrohaol-eof the law aga!nt our reel nndcltb ten In Meileoandof denial of the dlploitiatlo reeort for I heir protection. The Initial alep towarl a better umleraland Is ha been tAken In the negotiation by tho Coinmlxlon authorlml by Conrren of (treaty which I till before tho henalo awaltluo' It ai proral. Tbeprorblona furlheruclprocalcma-Ini- r of the frontier by the troop Inpiiraultof hixtllo Indian havo been prolonvvil for ytar. Tho ojieratlona of tboforcnof liothUoienitni'nla arlnt tho farairra havo been tucccMful, mid rral of lliclr molt dan irorous blind hniolmmcaiitured irillH'roil brthaaklll and valor of I'nltol Male and Jfrtlcnn KlJlrnhllnir Inn common cnue. Th convention for the reunrey of tho iKiunJary from tho lttntrandc tuthe I'aclrlc havtnirbccn ratinpit and cirhanKM, tho preliminary reennnolManco therein tlpulaUl hi lie ii cITit'tcd. It now rvt with IViuirre to make prorl-Io- n for rnm4etliUT tho aurrey and relocating the lioiiniUrrtnonuMiriUv A convention km lifiieil with Mmlcoon July Uv provldln for the rrlietirln of thecne,nf llenjamltl Well iidllu AlirHlliiT)Hrilnilomiiinr.ln whoe favor awanl were inado bytholato American and Meilcanl.lalmlimiiilMlon, 1 hat convention tlltnwa1t tho eonvntof thepvnate .MeajiwhlleVtiecanteof thoflianre of fraudulent award . which havjs made a new ha dl commlwinn lieceary. tho rn'twllho u.enlnn of payment of thadl trlliutlve quota rvcvlipil from Jlexlco, Ourreorraphlcal proilmlty to Central America, and our lltiesl and commercial telallon wTtht!i)lMtioftliiitriuntry lintlfy. In ray jiktiriBt nt, iili a aut4rn lucrejo of , will pUcO at each capital n Con- tul Uenerol TherontMt lie(wen I W I via. Chill and Peru o Carlitlt't Horol Gift. It haa long been the custom M'ROBERTSMTAGG DRUGGISTS AND , PHARMAGEUTIST5, Opera Houso Block, "Msy eye be keen as Mid a of hatchst, Wbeu worthy memter rts to eateh It, A tul rullafi trnsas steel to match It, to dispatch It." And lawful busto On the left inscription was the trump of fame blowing out gavels, and beneath It on the left a little nude George Washington, hatchet In hand, cutting down a cherry tree. On his right was a Jsrger balehet Stanford, Ky., II3A.Xil3n9 IK Drtijpi, "Wall Paper, Wines, Mimical ChcmlcalH, Liquor Beekt. iHHfntcHicata. l'alHtx, HfalleHcry, Clean), Pocket una. Heap, Xoliaccow, Cutlery, I.RiHps, ftiMcry, Ve JlijlsU Flro Arm, Tho. Itlchards, Nccetfeat. Our Jewelry, Silverware and Optical Goods Department is la Charge eT Cos. Tf ho will Kcpalr Watches and Clocks I'romptlr aad la tbe keat stylc. ZE3I.O. !. ourcon-rillariiai- u and a felled tree. In the upper left hand corner appeared against the sky background the dome of the capitol, with the wsning moon in tbo west, and the riling sun in tbe east. On tbe while sitin ribbon, twined about the handle, were the words "G. W. to the speaker of the XLVIII Congress), Greeting." Tbe card of I he ladies who sent the floral gift bore the following ad vice to tbe spetker with regard to the manner in which the doable ended Instrument should be wielded For noise, use himmsr cod si gsrsl. And blade, whn knot you can't unravel." receiving New Goods for Fall and "Winter, I have received and am still RUPLEY. y. comprising the "best in tne market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or coun-trGive me a trial. H. C. Rupley. p.ed nMMni' lr ln.tl na danterou Thelmiutlon waxlecllaed. I hare hollered It of aucb lmportancv, hnwevcx. that. tho. exact fact aaould be cvrtJihl and promul-BaiOwt I kin appotntnl a comiHtciit,oijm-mUritorwvghlurclHnl('n of the o 141 piMr. bT kfcowB .trclr ubjeel. tMkr plrlt rieeetHlir 'their trurt without e pledge of comptnMtlon. but I trut that In the national and tntcvnatlonl will uearjna;of the matter a umrtont taotlio of proTldlnar nt leat t for rluiburcment of tueh expenMi a they may ncvciarllr3ncur. ci pub-MCon-ar- Tho ooninatlon oT tho Cxar at Mowo af- forded tu thl fJmcrnmrnt an ocualon for tettlfyln It conllnuiil frlendthlp byaendlnit a peclal onvor, ann repreaeniauio or mo .Miry to aiu U'ltho crMntitiy rvvbafH tW fWvertl TlilU;0re aro ui.aii uunVXCiiVVMi ai ' irtlatai or.viaaaBHt It tbini that tho rluhuof It I undontuud.tluiL ht rmmitni flridlrt' h.nTHri cltiiL-- bould tie In no way affected by their relhrlou bellcr. JUAitaufiM a'cemvlo' abroad bunion of tho ftAuuM.mikNi-iio- w Our trado with Cuba and Porto llloi aro undor eonilderallon by tho Hpanlah (lorernment The pruilinlty of Cuba.and the peculiar mith. which prevail, ol of ailminUtratluiidtacQMlonthereappoal on and pecrltaternRtMnt our part from tho prucvoillnir of tho I rcitret to My lutular authorltle. lloiern- Umi me juti iimimia ui till tnent lure not aa yrt prolu eatlif.ietirr. nrnK-iiTBCtuted UxlaetW IVwwkfW certain ciatm i. of ourcltlaen luralnat tnoMnao,ln uovernmeni, micr mu roeoirniiion or a iBaturarlWftmiiK t vtihcii TwafM, hai flifally adjourned. tloiiio of Ita ayanUu thouah, mado pjoro than two TearijChar8,iiM'fcttiea 4ld, The apecle liayment I em-ctl- . Clulumn a Urge ainount. which woronehl by tho late Commit-io- n without lu JH1rtkM,(kMu boon prvenlJ to the SiianUhaoi ernmont aa the action of the eolonlal authorl tie, which baa given rtMteboq cUlwWMaralttoJly Illegal. Karl nf imitlou for tho tnjurlea u talurd by our cltlioiu ahould bo no longer de- iliff'oiMBf tfMmrfoVUFytTna2liu.t fkicttleiiuiit, Tho Manilla Court hat found that the proceedlnga of which thl florvrn. nlha4MipIf4.WM.iiilMlfHJ.ti4 ft libopcd that tbe Government of Spain will nut withhold tbepccdy reparation which It eune of Juttlco tlioulJ Iptytl It lo oiTor for the uouiunl ercrlty and unjuit action of It auliordlnato colonial officer lu the cw of tb Inaliguratluii Tf a olat'of InTeriiutloiiat trvativa for tae rafcrraeni to aroiimiion ui frrnie question uetwuou iiatlou. Thl uego-tmtlu- u haa mwutxd tu Wu, urofioaed of ucb a treaty with Switzerland. Under tbe treaty of llorlln liberty of and civil runUarvaurvl tu all atran- wr tu Huuana. MaiM bMBt Up dtellHat eon- At tx V Tenlkinal rvlalfou with that coluntrr. and am to the treaty, thrr houfd. lu my uiiaiiartr opinion, maintain dlplomatlti reprctcntatloii Uo pro rumen t of luuroourae, at Boflu for U protection e of the miny and tho TOier who rveorl to that country a rallonarl and 1teacher. 1 lug-ge- e Mai oogironBuiDoniy ioeiau Ufb an agency and Comulate Ueneral at tho ulnarUu CapltoL Tku United Mateo are sow partlclMtlna' In a revlaion of the turll4ot the DltouiAii nmiure. Tbey have awonted to tho upiUUatlou bf a tax to funognt r doing butlnea lu Turkey, but have the opproaalvo upon peUoteuiueaWrtugtIiij ports for the Starting Nt Tewnt. A rentiraan who was looking around in Dakota recently tells na that he wss pre tnt when official of the Chicago, Milwau kee and BL Paul resd arrived at' a point thirty miles north of Mitchell, and platted a town which ihey cilled Woonsocket. At the time only one farm house wss standing in lh(j tlcinlty, ind a car wa used a , a depot. This was on Thursday, and on Stturdty of the sime week there- were twenty shantls, a lit ery stible, two- sloresi a saloon, a hotel, and three lumber yards. This illustrates with'whit rapidity lumber yards arj located In that territory whenever there (a an opening for them. There are men who have loaded lumber on cats without knowing where It would be and then run It to tbe first new town tbey hear of befnit started. The right kind of Intimacy with' the rallw'ay officials bat helped tbem along wonderfully. In fact the officials know that lumber is the foundation of every new town started In tho territory. Therein no log but go up aa tn a wooded eetmtry, and there can not ilUinlto favor the entire cemtloaof treaty relation which havo foter4 ooVa III be no progress made1 until there la a 'lumlietween the couiitrle and contrlbahil toward ber yard from which can be supplied buildthe equality of llawall In the family f Nation. In pursuance of the roller declared hr ing material. Northwestern Lumberman. thl tiaremmeat ofextendlngourlnteraaa) with the Kaatern nation. far Dr. U. & Graham introduces at farewell leg tho pat year been eatablltbod tb Persia, blnm and Uorcit, 'poem addressed, to Ms old friend aty!. com that permanent talloni of Ills Ihtv nauaigle will, ere long, be maintained panion, Isaac Shelby, with these werds; In thairrmtcn Matoa. .v siiedal embassy from "Farewell, Ittac, the last ten jot tbe u,t rilam If nuir on It way hlllwr Trent r tvla. tloaa wltv Oorea wero perfecteil by the Governor of Kentucky, and almost jtbe.Jsik at Ecoul on the 10th of May last of the Of the latelr oonrludMl enliven- - of our old Boone Club, Oft.dnmy tmugJtJ envoy from tbe King of we reposed mi country una reoetvea a cor- - revert toour.joyful days, when I. Cun.L a rat unflnnil.lnfrt upon the dark and. bloady ground bejvrea. methods of Wcttern olvllltatlon, now tio attntlOB of thoui lnlMrM.ti.1 In blsxing fire, with jo?ie,l companions atoupt) our foreign trfcle. at It nevdt the ImpIemonU and product which tho and fat turkeys on th pit- - We iierelhetand United HWU'J are ready to auptily. nightly serenaded and soothed to. rast vcteox no monopoly of Ita oummenw and there nnadrantogq over other nations; but aa tho by the howl of wolves, the scream of pant Cho(un,oc. ia nvaoiiinir rori a tclvillxa Hon. Imvo confided lit thli ltepubllc. re ran thers,and the shout of great pwls,, that, not regard with IndHfervnoo any cnurcach- - like savage yells, reioundsd long and loud. ment on their right. China, by tho payment of a money Indemnity, hat anttlnl certain of through the. tangled and palhleas foreafii tholoiu padding claluu of our citlions. and I wild and sojlUtJrrioj music la compari hare strong hope that the remainder will soon lie adjusted. Qwction ha vo. arNen all modern musls la but touching tn rloM of Atnerlima anl other son with which foreign aauufaetrvn In- - Uhttiot tinder tho tame, driveling and Insipid," provision of treaties which permit alien to rxerclso their Industrie la tat country Josik MlNsnei,. After Ffk wis" kill- On thl ipecMo point our own treaty is m! ami Rtokoi was sent tn prison Joeie but undur the opersvtson of the most national claue,we bavn llko prlvlloiro Mantfleld went to Europe. There she at with thoo of other power. "Whllolt It thodu-tyothe (lorernment to eetliatourcltUen tracted tbe attention of a rich lace maker, karo the full oBjoyment of every benefit br trerty. I doubt tho expediency of who married her. A couple ot years ago leading In n movement to constrain China to admit an Interpretation wblchwo havo only r wu over In France, and one' day while un Indirect troaty right to exact. Tbo trans- walking through the gardens of 81. Cloud capital ference to China ot American tfce employment there of for who should 'I encounter but Joeie, leaning Inaugulabor, would. In effect. rate a competition for the control of market on the arm of ber husband, II Was a now supplied by our home Industrie. much the bafldof Fi.k, There n good reason to believe ttiat tho law stout, portly man, restricting tbe Immigration ot Culneso ba and looked to me 'like a Kuselaa rather been vlolatod, Intontloually or otherwise, by tho elBQlal of .China upon whom I dovoliea than a Frenchman. Jotle wat elegantly the dutf- - Of cMsrttfytiig that the Immigrants bo-- and most richly dressed, tut tn plain black long tuthe exeiirt-classe. Meaturet have becn taken to awertatn tbe faoU Incident to and ls.ee. She had growr thtantr, had .,.! ,.U'IUM.-- IIUIM.MIIM. HU4 I. Id 1..1 l...t . lllf. a......f.d.l I.. 0tlrm A..t will . WIIUIVU lost the flesh that for a while' ktdo her thutthollovernwentof China with tbe United States in aocurlng tbo fallhfuj look gross and sensual, and was radiantly uliecrvauco of tbo law The tame considerations which prompted Her huefcand t eaormowly beautiful. Congress at Ita last session to rot urn to Japan Idruiultyioein touts toioqulre wealthy, J am told, and I devoted to her. thotuinonfxkl at it band a like action In respect to tho CanEx. ton ludemulty Fund, umouutliur tu The question of the general revision of the for- olgn treaties of Jatian hat been oouslderod In It has besn suggested that, genera) an Interiiatlouat Couforooee bU at Toklo, but conveniwitnout iieauaiu rv.unas you toia uor.ru standtrd of the time for railroad y meat U Ul.towl to concede the ronucsu of ence U a good thing, but neither tbe ; to Japan to determine Its own larlit duties provide s dca proper Ju llolnl trlhuutl ai may of a country nor the heavenly Wod commend thanuulve to, tho. Western iowen themfor tbo I r l"l ot causes to wblvb forvlguur am laa should be bond lo accommodate parties and to aitlntllato tbo term and duselves to lh supposed convenience of the ration ot 111 treaties to tboto of gthir clvlllxod Danyllle AdToeate. Matw. reads. that soma Individ' Clear Steal. I ual haa been writing to the Cincinnati Kect Journal from Richmond, Ky., In relation Id the faith eare hum-bunow in operation -- DEALEB IN thtre, giving aa account of tbe suffering and death of a beautiful young girl, who, Horse Skocs, Groceries, Saddles, at the instance of her parents, refused the Hardware, Iron, Nails, Queciisvrare, Huggy Whips, services of a physician, preferring to be Bhrkj- Wheels, Stoves, Cauc 31111s, Haraesct, cured by faith. Tbe letter was reproduced fjpekcx, Grates, Cider Mills, Lap In tbe of last Monday and Rims, 81oncwarc, Com Shcllers, Collars, Us description of the funeral of tbe poor girl was so pilhetlc and 'Couching that fine ddall'ecatcWlr' read it witbooY feeHng'(be Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Woodea aad vast rampi, ana tao ueieoratea mayneia Elevator. Tin Jtoof riling, of unbidden (ears. But, alul Jhttit injf and will haye prompt attention. should be so. That rorrowful obituary, so delicately worded, so tenderly expressed and appealing so strongly to tbe sympathies wu as gtett a fraud as the faith cure itself. It may have been appropriate, and all that, but it Was1 stolen, 'almost Vnllre from Dick ens' "Old Curiosity Shop," wherein that great writer describes the death and bnrial of Little Nell. 'I wonder that neither of Arguf. the papers discovered the fraud. g Cburier-Jovrn- W. H. HIGGINS, Ceren, u HEADQUARTERS 39 ers nlt The other day old Daye received a telegram from a man down in the country, who wanted him to come down and clean out bis well. After some ens had read the dispatch to (lie old rain, ho said: ''D Lawd hab mussy on slcb a man as I is Geltin more 'portant ebery day, Got a letter yeatidy, an' now I'se duo got a Vpalch. Uh, hum! When da kain't reach me wid a postoffice da stretches airier me wid de tlllgraph wires." BucKten's Arnica Salrt. The fre test medical wonder of the world. Warranted to kpeedlly careBarni, Druis, Cats, til cers, 811 Rbtum, 'ver Sores, Cancwt, Piles, Chilblains, Corns, Teller, Chapped Hinds and all skin eruPtloni, guaranteed to cure tn every In stance, or money refunded, A. posltlv cure lor lilt, lie per box. For tale by Teeny A A Run on a Druj Store. Never was tuch a ruth tusda for an v Druff 'Store a Is now at l'snoy A hie Allster'' Ut a Ula 1 kottl of Dr. King's Hsw, Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, A1' persona affocUd.wlth Asthma. Bronchitis, Uousonesi. Sever Couth or any ftVetlon of ths Throat and' Lungs, can (eia'trtal lvttl of thl crest remedy cm, by eslrln at the boTtyrui8tof. Katalaralse.il. As ear Iicadlas ladleatea, we propose Ih Ihe futnro to be for all goods la enr liae. Our Specialties are Groceries, Queensware, Hardwartv Stsves, Wagon Material, &c: Wo biiy frea Urst hands, 1b large qiiaBtltles aad for spot cat,. savlug; tke dtecouaL It" feu will ouly call aud see ,fer ym bcIT, vrc wllIceuvlBCe joh tbatjrou can bay goods CHEAPJEsat ibaa yeu ever bengh tbeai la Stanford belore and as, cheap av ' you caa bny aaywhere. kettel-qtuirt- BRIGHT W m CURRAW. 'aaf eiatasaJ IPHARM AGISTS i irttle IBHaaaaaPLeV. aalaasaaar gft",kaC ' Tii"" " rT I VPatfal,J Trtls Uuk. MJaegtt'ra.' J 'V L Drags, Books, Statieaerjr aad Paney Artielea;r ' - j rhyiyetan' preieilpiloas ; accurateVy compoondeut ' a I w I i i ii'ti. , 4 JKvVEsEItail ' TBI ' ' ,TI I,.. ,,. ' Largest Stock of WsUchw, t Clocks, Jewelrj is SUrerivre Ever brougUte ttlsmirket.' Wees Lower thaai the Lowwt-BlVatcClsfk sad Jelry paired on short notice and.warranted. NEVT YOBK, 1884,. About sixty million copies of The Sex have goo out sfoursstabllshBient daring the past 11 last rear rau oflfTh8uu prlntedant soldInteresting; Infer- would get a conlfauons strip of month. If you were to past end to end alt ths column motion, common sense wisdom, aouwd doctrlo aod an wit long enough to reach from I'xlatlpg House cqairetothe lop of Mount Copernicus In tb ruoon, thto tuck to Priotlnf House square and of the way tack to tbe moon then three-quart- srilo. f Put Tb Hun, II written for ths iDhsbltant o ths earth; this sam strip or intelligence would glrdl tb alob 17 or2i Hue. Ilverr DU ytrottnBun aunnt; tne last year u,ifs.siisjrfa Hilt t i: 11 i H iar o 1 vin at another hour, this nswip. crandfslber bss per ha aSirded tn humsn rac thirteen thou sand veers of stead v readier, nltbt anddav. It Is only by llttf ulcuhitlons Ilk the tkst we can fern any Idea ol ths circulation of tbe most popular of Anurlean awinpn, or of It Ineutnceon thtoplaloBssnd actios or American map and women- The Bun la and will continue te be a navsptper which tell the truth without fear of ooBsequeuee which gt t the tact no uitlter bow tuueb ths procea costs, which repmont tb news ef all the world without vast of word aad lo the uet readable shape, which Is working with all Us haul br tb eue of haat foversHaeat, sad i in jwpuuHcn wnicu inereiur peuwe ty must go, anj mutt go to thle comlig year of ou BHfVllllliBWIII mi wssrett y n 'siTlAlBl'IslEI! jasraD ZHiRasrEss s3:o:,., "-'":' . 1 "i . Nico lot of Horses rihI Fino Turnouts. Bouable. lr ll'l . Bates rea- i 4"jllh W i rr And COAL! eiti eaa inpply it in any qnantity.' B,fgSJBSSSgW K, v. I nxk "!if If you know Tb Sun, you Ilk It already, and yeu will read llwllh accustomed dills rave aad during what 1 sura to be the most IuIotmU ngyertnUa history. If you da not' know Tb tiun, It It htaK Ihu to let late the suatAtu. Lord,IHl. A. T. NVNJTIiiX:ir. HtHHlortl, Ky. r f. V - yt TKRMTO MAIL iVHBCMBWA The Mveral editions efTh Sua tr ttot by malt gtog-raph- dVilltr0, Daitr-- M BDHD4T Ught Kust Thl J4Um furnish lh current nswi ol the world. seecUl article e exeeptlosMl Interest ta srsryUdy, and Uterary rarlewsofnwbykiof ths olgbs't werlL II a cent IT, postpaid, aa W4os:- -. a uioolh, M a year; with Sun- - sst 0poJ I (s) Be- ih tb dally gome Newark (H. J.) homing plgeou mtler ef el uessaHd lsu aa Aaricultural partmeet valite, spsTl mektr If you ire tired taking tho large, oil searly seyenty ports and lltertry.aclMtla aid doolsstlo a dlettace of uuka The Weekly Hua lh ntespaptr tar Uikloaed, griping pills, trj Cirtet's LlttU recently flew household. Tu club of Wa with I W a mile la 1:13. Their Jsnea LWer P1IU tad take sou comfort. A mtlM at thorite of Insitrscopy free. AddrM I, H'.5'r.4JV,rubHskee, mm can't stand averjlhlpg. One pill a appearance upon their return did sot indl Ywktlly, TbSun, oats the least fatigue. UU1-I4- Continued on Tourth Page, Tr. WaasLY THE INTERIORUllOVKNAXi STK1M JOB omOI! Dotal iv ry Klad erFrlat jb at nVJHR(HiajejBBBlAsfitftg& 01ty II a vr, Blgh paat ' B 'tewt prlees. mi "5B',aav5sIw, 4 jMHfcfi Ky 4 Dwrnhor 7, 18M EBIT6R aide of Aberdeen aAec a two daya' sea we in peegress when this report clewed. AteVoaehavHi the other we taw the ocean and then ran along the In the ease of The defeese claim that the killing was tit,. mmU m BwiealaaewM grand, rocky beeeh for mtre at a time, tM Messrs. Vsi, Ooedlo pwtely aeerdento). Va. the reseat riot a nd C. C Fox represented the defease, tM we reached Aberdeen. Moeros we nuBiher af stoambont accidtttk The Ihlrty-foa- r. Only ne Ceeety Attorney HarttveglWe pretention. passed a mile or two t the left of, and The rad luf. MSCAtfrH . JrtVKKTHMkJ-T- . IKhV. AiHef.TAI.KOlT, OlVjla, siseHW4fe H oeao of HefresealatiTsa. Dvtie, MtinOXON jijaiNI.'l.st x, LANCASTER, KY. (Mies ever CI I lie T. WALTER let 'feaker al ths Beat the past 1 Jf. ft WALT0M. life. riegr In 1,750,060 hW his meet TheBtste Orange will yer wai reell desires to setTe tfee State mi) Hop lh tide of minder l crusee Ike kw m that k svterptae; to th ejtealificatlon of jorors, so that any avsaeaeariserTeon ajurj leia miudtr trial, lit Crrollten, Ky., C. M. ate (natter hew much he fcft reed or heard (a Cincinnati on basieeis, wi bunkeed street the eaee, protUfd he ejjerevM.m4vtlHwerlrthe will reader of $1C0 In cash ad a eheci for an equal a fair and impartial Terdict. Under the amount. Mr. Butler ha introduced a bill to present law nona but the nott Ignorant and repeal the Internal revenue laws now in eften the moat vicioua eleaaeitta of soelt-ltntereal Kevcnue atre eeBrlent Jurors; rata who bare the force and abolish the least titerest In the welfare of the country. Bureau. A resolutlonhas been introduced in The eetweriBetice la that there la In nearly Isaportaet case, especially if the de the Eenste of the Virginia Legislature call, srery rVmlent haa money or infiitence, either a ing upon United States Senator, Williaii king Jary or an acquittal. Thus tamiler-e- n Mahone, to resign. boy in Ed. TalbJtt, a fifteen year-ol- d are Rireo a quasi endorsement by the Lexington, laC feet three locheetall. He kw and the carnage Increase. In height and S3 Another change In the jury law It badly grew reven inches pounds in weight the last six monlht a man charged with seeded. At preheat Meny haa the right to peremptorily chal News. Five Inmates of the Penitentiary at trnge twenty Jurors, while the Common-Treahwhich he hai outraged, hai only Frankfort, eecaptd, by going down a manfire. There la nothing fair about this. An hole and crawling out through a sewer six equal aamber would be and fife is enough hundred yar'ds in length. They were all far either. Thla la also a Ttry fruitful recaptured. The Governor of rennsylvanla has neart of incompetent (uriea, enabling, defendant to almost ptek a voted all appropriation bills excepting ask deea, the In discussing; the matter portions relating to the pay of employes. with an able criminal lawyer the other day, On the ground that the huslne-- s for which be asssred ua that with twenty challenge an exti a serslon of the) Legislature was called he eould In nine casts out of ten pick a ju haa not been attended to. Hugh 11 Ray, whom the Standard ry that would either disagree or acquit and tint he nerer feared a conviction when he says was therichril man in Marion county, a million, being worth about quarter men with mi well acquainted a the get a from died in Lebanon, aaged 48. ofWilson ma whsa he h ad to select jury, to aged 92 snd V, L. Conway, a jerky at least to suit him. As a matter of justice, then, we aak that challenged b grocer.have also died there inside of a week. made equal and that tbey be fixed at five. Speaker Carlisle hopes to anaonnee Aeeerdln, t the protect law a jjry ia his committees before the holiday reeesa. required to state in ita Terdict the grade of It is prettycerlain that Morrison, of IllinhomhiJe and fir the puoiahratnt, which la ois, will be Chairman of the Ways and ia its way. In Means. Randall alanda a good chance for aa Hirer stumbling-bloc- k Jeriieaa and seme other Statta, jurita bare the chairmanship of Appropriations, Hurd only to paaa on the guilt of the priioner of the Judiciary, Buckner of the Banking and the law having designated the penalty and currency, Cox of Foreign AffIr-- , a IrrwrTi grade of homicide, it only remain of Military Affairs, and Reagan of Jar the judge to assess it. This relieves Commerce. lbs jury to aome extent and id many cases Senator Edmunds baa introduced a they would agree, where now they bang bill which "undertakers to provide security avdpat the State to great additional trou- and protection for the colored cillien of the ble asd expense. United States against the inhuman, wicked Something muit be done to stem the and unholy distinctions that in some States GEO. O.BARNES in SCOTLAND ever increasing tide of ranrder that ia are still mad against them in aome respect weeping and disgracing our Common to civil rights, and to protect them consis for mur- tently with the decision of the Supreme Petekiieid, Scotland, wealth and making it a November 19, 1833. der and lawlessness, and we tugged the Court of the United States. Dvxr Interior 1 above aa at least partial remedies, believing We are in latitude 57 31' X., on a Patrick Morgan and Jamea McCoy that the legislator who will embody them fougut a terrific prize fight at Ross Grove, promontory jutting further into the Gerwill be a aato bills and secure their passage Pa. McCoy broke his right wrist at tbe man Ocean than any other point along this race and deserve to have l; 547 miles north of beginning of the' contest, but fought des- esstern Scotish bis name linked with honorable feme for knoekiag his opponent dewn 110 London and 138 north of Edinburgh. Let perately, all feneration a. times. In the llllh round Morgan struck me retrograde a little to tell you how we On out outside pages will be found the McCoy in the the neck, knocking him got here. Mv last was closed In the fpga of Glasgow Ml text of the President's mesiage. It is eenaeteas. lie recovered and lought lb re aarbsfs not as intereatiag matter aa we more rounds before h was knocked out". after midnight. We were to leave that sugbt have given, but it ii well enaugh for McCoy was twenty-seve- n years old and most hospitable city at 0; we had about 6 hour rest In sleep, which sufficed to keep cor readers to ponder over it, as it gives a Morgan fifty-onThe republicans of Vliginla are open- up, but not fully to refresh, Saturday fxatay lair Insight into the condition and seeds of our country. Hit suggealieei as ly renouncing Mabonitm. Mr. J. II. Riv morning broke drearily, Ihe rain pattering to the proper disposal of the surplus in the es, Chairman of the Republican Stale Cen dismally on Ihe window panes; the feeble g needing the aid of gaa to give tral Committee of Virginia, haa recently feeaaarr, that ia to use it for building along the coast, cornea of ihe published a letter, m which be saya of ua light to drees by; Gre In the sitting-rooH rumbhcsn desire to eoatinne the war Mahone: "He lias wrecked everything he laboring to burn brightly, but failing sigaarai", wkfch enriches the few at the ex ever touched, and I venture to predict that nally; and moat trying of all our little parjmiif of the many. They do not want to he will wreck the republican party; unless ly to be separated for a season, Willie going est down taxes, but Jay awake of nights to they avsti themselves of th present op- to London for what work (he LORD will sarMattseaaeplaaof wrenching more from portunity to get rid of the dead weight. open up there, and we four in just Ihe opthe jccpl'P- Arthur's does not take mush to Every lover of bis country and of republi- posite direction to do oar work. It was a asjatal telegraphy, which Is rather 'sdrpris. can institutions should rejoice at Mahona's good chance for saying "Praise the LORD" promptly and frequently, which we did, The trade del. defeat is, tresa bis Pestmaster General Gresham reports and ao found "perfect peace." It never Jar ke reeemmends, shall be bought up at WBos prices and reeoined and aa to bank that the revenue of his department for the faik. At theatatlon we found beloved ctreelaUoa he snggesta issuance of low last fisctl year was $45,503,002 61, leaving friends, who bad braved the weather to give Dear Broa. Simp. aaasnad. iaterchangeable, or permission a Bet surplus of $1,001,281 8J, after paying ua a cheering "send-off.- " to kanaka to testis notes to the extent of 90 $466,24387, liabilities ofpreviouayearsnd son, Br., Hunter Craig and Richard Hunter, per cent, of the market value of bonds the increased compensation to postmasters with Mrs. Hunter and MIs Hannah HunBet the whole thing ta be. of $1,250,717 74 Here tbW a million waa ter and th "wee" Charley and Ethel Hun yet. Xead H aael fern your own saved en the expenditures ef be star ser- ter laddie and lassie we love so dearly who wished to come with papa and mama The Cincinnati Jfoei Journafi vice aa compared with the previa eassaaaeata on it are the beat we have seen, lie 'doe not think there is any assent de and were allowed, despite the rain. These aaai we hereby adept them. "As a plain mand for the postal telegraph, though the dear friend brought frails to refresh us on setatiBS business psper it ia excellent in Western Union's charges are la aaaay eases the journeyaadother token of loving Intea and temper, and generally sensible excessive. "A'reeonun sedition ia made to terest ia our work that will not be forgotIt deserves all praise, that one could hard-Is- - fix tba rate for drop letters in eitles with ten on earth or In heaven. Praise the teM ia readies It to whieh section or carrier serviee at'one' eeat and the rate ef LORD for the thoughtful ones who rememtbevsgb any partisan utterance, to which posseee oq newspapers net pertesReai pee ber these doting courtesies of a vkit most party he belongs. It ia Ihe safe paper of a ligations seat by others than the publisher grateful to the heart of all the others and safe, cautious, negative man, too much a or news agents at one cent per tare ounce moat needed, really. God bless those who "" forget not to break the sometimes cruel "" 'poKeieiBH to be a statesman, and' hardly Instead of two as afpretettC power of strange, arrivals and, lingering degifted enough to be very much of cither. DAKHLLE. BOriE COUNTX i r parture. Be It "gift" pr "grace," it is somei' --Wakefield k RiTS'seld Thursday, te time ytty grateful to the loving heart. Xttc .Bepklnevllle South Kenludkn is aWredta remark: Mr. Phil Thompson, Thoa E. Wood, 106 lat ekes feeding cattle, We earn via Stirling, Perth and Aber-dee- n Jr., and Geo. Dennr, Jr., ought to bs pit- averaging 1,170 lbs at 4J cents. 200 miles changing at the two ted agaiast each other In the aext rice, for J. 8. Ckrksoa has already ahlpped to last named places and both tides for the Each baa killed his man and New York and Bottafl.about 6,000 turkeya. worse. But we had a very pleasant jourCbagrees. easy be they would do their respective par- But for the warm weather the amount ney. Tbe country between Glasgow and ties a service by killing each ether. wo'ttld have been aTleast 2,000'erealer. Perth I about like Lincoln and Garrard, --The friends of Mr, Wm. G. Marks only faraaed perfectly, which my dear home iCttOsoMECCocitBAU who hai done will-be pleased to learn that b has obtain counties are not, In every ease. The Seoteh mare editorial writing for the last few ed a position in St. Louis, which pavs him are incomparable farmers better even than any other man oa tbe years, than has resigned to tales 4 posltku oa $? per month.- - VflH U a sprightly yeeag the English, which k saving all that ose man and thoroughly capable of attending can aay for them, From Perth to Aberdeen Mr. VTakeman's new paper the fact the entire Slatr, will to any business in the mercantile or elerl- - it k rather more broken, the road running Ioabville and in eaHas. through a broad valley Into high ranges of i Mm. fAttat 'Diadama Doram, . widow of Den-- .-. bilk on either side, miles away. Before VW ii i K9TE3 eV CURRENT EMtTS. BMiavearai, a coiorea man,uieu reaehlag Aberdeen we paw through deep mow storm prevailed In New at her residence In Ihk place on Thursday cats, showing (he gray and red Soeteb gran A severe morning, of capllary broach (lis. Thedc Ite, familiar to us in tombstone only, but Ksglaad thla week. Another fire In the Lm.foes portion ef cened, who wa every worthy woman, was of which, all Aberdeen is bull!; a Indeed bera in Harretkborg in October J810. She Peterhead Is, and many other cities I have IdapkiMvilte, cavalng a. loss of $16,090. VT.J.Keboe, of Cyeathlass, Ky., haa was a devoted member of the Methodist not seen. It k mueh cheeper to build with granite than with brick er woea Cin you bees appslated Private Secretary to 8aak. Church for over fifty year. A fine black pony belonging to Mr. fancy a whole csnnty with cities and viler Carlisle. bill to Keabea Each-man-. formerly of Lincoln. lager In stone? That Is Beetle. From AbSenator Beek, bad pesearted the dlsabtlltiaa iaMsed by the breke her ahoulder on Friday. She ia such erdeen to Peterhead 50 miles Vy a rail, tesaeve all a faverkt with her oweer that be keedeav-o- r way the counterpart of tbe Lebanon Branch . Msh AaaeadmeAt. leg la every way (a bars the fracture of th L. A N , to a del the country Is to Tbe report of the fWeretor-- eTWar She at one time belonged to Mr. like Connecticut bitween narjford asd sbawa that eurlMU army seat M S4,l-M- ,. Wheelee, of Stanford, and waa often nea Norwich that we each remarked it without (MM, the last Isaal yaar. f stores en the streets of that place. aoagestien from the other; so the resemaadtwaaV-tsr- a TJbe court-iuaad"dwaWnts wwe lWsd aJ The examining trial of Charles Lytle blance must have been a. vary striking oat. -lea.Xtiesday, TheU4sjiswtorV aa- - a colored youth, for killing a negro womkn The rate of speed was ala) tbe old 20 prlncipl kw. Baaed Molik Bruce, onThanksglvIog- day, tbeL'AK. .that.I knew ae well as(LwiHil4e Mm J Mil Leiitsttire mouth, Ky., Dec, 11. one fare for the round trip to delegates. The i&nd'ne. and DonofraJ both of Mt, Steillmr. have ytrr rnlMy decided to poll their itsuti wd consolidate after Jan Strlr-gMIow.of at FalThe K. a mkee et y jevyi-ihbifaT'i- r, Rose-cran- Mr. Frank Slatten died on Tuesday evening at the residence of his aunt, Mrs. G. G. Beddow, after an Ulnem of several weeks. He wia first taken with isTer and although hla condition waa regarded ae he was thought to be In no particular danger until Tuesday morning, whenpneu moelasetln. From that time he failed rapidly and died at 8 r. M. He waa a nephew of Mrs. Beddow and wia raised by her from a child, the tenderest affection existlne between them. Decerned was about 28 years old. The funeral look place al 3 o'clock Thursday, James Galloway and Henry Smith, the two negro men who were arrested in Lebanon on Monday, charged with robbing Henry Tucker near Milchelsburg, in this county, had their eximlning trial on Wednesday and were held for further trial at the next March term of the Boyle Circuit Court. These men are aaid to be the same who are wanted in Ltwreeceburg for felo ny committed In that place and for which they have been Indicted. If thla il true, they should be sent to Anderson county at oner, aa Circuit Court ia now in ression there, instead of being kept here for thrte month at the expense of this county. About a week ago a rather genteel looking man accompanied by a youth whomhecilled his "Stile brother Willie" arrived In Danville. The elder one gave the name of Stoltiwood Crute and tbe younger that of Willie Crute. Spoltswood obtained work at the IVt&une office and proved to be a first clas workman. "Willie" often came to where his brother was at work and seemed to cling to him with a quiet but Intense affection. Wednesday at their boarding bouse a boy about the same age of "Willie" happened to throw his arm around "Willie," whereupon "Willie" blushed and said "O, don't." Willie then went to the TrUune cilice and after a conference with "brother Spoltawood" the let ter drew his wsgee and th pair left town together, walking to Ihe Junction where it ia supposed they took a South bound train. Before going, however, Spoltawood act nowl- edged that "Willie" wa a woman and that they both were from Dayton, Ohio. "Willie" was of petite figure, dark hair and eyes, amall handa and feet and very intelligent. They occupied the same room at their boarding houa while here. "pnAisc the co-.i- -- - atand-pole- t. jtt. Courier-Jsaaw- weu-snow- y a utielbe JW. - rrora I to II a. K snd from I Is ft r. M. eould but reeU the tllleofone of Scott's SAM M. BUHDKTT, book, Indeed the romance of charming At JJAW. Perth all lay to us In ''The Fair Matd of ATTOIINHY LANCASTER, KY. Perth," and only a "Legend of Monlrote" prsttle In narrard ami aJJolnlns counties Wilt caused ua to strain our eyes to aadCourtof Arrea's would have get a good look at It in the distance. How X. C. KAUrrMAN, the glamour of Sir Walter's genius hn A1"rO!llVJ3V At X.A.'W, tinged everything in Scotland that it has LANCASTER, KY. touched ' Maft.r (VttinilatATr flim-i- t rirrnlt Chart. Will Tbe arable sod lands are being broken up nracllr In all lb Court of (iirrirl and sdJotalH In on all hands for turnips and other root counties and lbs Court of Arrl. old gent who waa very kindly crop. An VALUABL- Bcommunicative In the car on the Peterhead branch, gave me much Information about Scotch farming. He had a tin box in one SALE. hand and a bone spoon in the oil er, not unlike a mustard spoon, except that the bowl 1 ftft-- r st nrtrttsssle rnr firm ofabout 330 seres. was smaller, I waa at a loss when he first In f.irriril. .Lout boa mil. twlaw. Cimn IHek Stab-: . r wun isrgs euiisao lion oi eigoi! roanitf in rame In to know Ita use, but wis soon en idwd, oi rrlr, l urcp-vnumt.tr oultnilMlns, snd hail fertile and In a las stats of lightened. He unstopped the box, ladled Iheailr alt n tln la rni. OalhsUfla llitll out a spoonfat of snuff and deftly transfer-e- d irrj ex aiioui iuu ouiocif rapicii J. ins lurnpias from Pan-I- ll to Lealnatoa runt ihroasb this it to one nostril. Then took out a sec firra.an.1 lb lha location ! rrron-n.tAllb similarly housed it with the other, io iMaerts s parlor lbs II M Jonra tarn, on the ond and stare Ths two places lams flae, iJJolalns without pilling' a grain. You ought to win im sum aa a wuuie. or uirmru 10 mil purcnatrr win airo oaro me option 10 ers have witnessed the operation. No defiling reiln ins Aiwa ihnMlillllerr. oill ran I rthio-e- d proper- no dropping on smallfarm aJtolnlof lbs the forefinger and thumb; tr, wltli hlr InipmTeinenia, in me intersection orr , onlln-InaHuenalU(urnplk-aths the shirt bosom or waislcoatfromawkwatd A small Inctof II acres, ail about S acre neM or inability of the nose to contain the Joining laoiUof T Dunn Ala ilorw bout lQ bowl of th town of llrTsntiTlll. s wirttiouas near Ibsits charge; but all clean work. The pot In Lanuttrr, s burltl lot In ths Lancaster All tbsstio's property will I sold on his spoon wa guaged to the nasal capacity eerr llbrrsl terra, toriurthcr partlrnlsri call to a nicety. Just fitted Ihe orifice, with a onori-Um- i WM RKItllKI.V. srp, II If llrjunUTlllo, Ky auiBciency of margin to allow an adequate current of air to hoist the dust to Its ecstatic resting place; and altogether such arrangement that I cordially com mend It to my Irienda who can not get rid of the pleasurable habit. By all means take snnfl with a spoon, If snuff yon mast. My after "loading both barrels," so to speak, continued to refresh his hungry probosis. at frtquent Intervals, till he got off at hla own station; but after Ihe ll application, enly by alterfirst nate spoonlngs now Into the right nostril and then into the left at each thrust of the spocn getting such an accession of delight that it waa a pleasure to look at him. I deb certainly never saw a cleaner snuff taker in my life. Hi had "reduced It to a science." At Peterhead we found awaiting friends and we were at "Laiegs" In ten minute soon retted, after a refreshing rinse, at a HAVE In the coslestof sitting rcoras.wllh fire to drive away the dispoa blsxlng coal Bocoivod Car sition to chill, contracted by our long ride Load of in cold carriages. At 8 o'clock we were at our places in "Topping Hall," with our first Peterhead audience, of 300, before ua. Tbe LORD gave ua Just the right message and song to win our hesrer and we were Contlitlnt'sf soon en rapport snd have been ever since. perfectly at home in half an hour. We were Nearly all christians this first audience and eager for blessing that we are sure will . come on Peterhead. Yesterday we had three sermons, after Bods & Lounges, Bod Springs attending the regular 11 A M. ministrations and Mattreaeee, in a kirk of the Scotch establishment. I went more with th purpose ef ''putting In Sofas anil (hairs and Fverjlhlup Be lenclns; lo a Flrsl-claFar ao appearance" to ahow that I was not nltnre More. hostile to any one or anything In a good way, than with the expectation of either AHYbDdj'n, edification or enjoyment. But I was aim PrlceH hh Lew hh ply titetrificd by bearing a sermon preached to a well filled house, in which geniua and C3r. 1EL. graceful delivery, without notes, let forth - ssraseiBTS the doctrine of "Universal Salvation," in the "Restitution" form, familiar to ua in the book of Canon Farm; and also the LouUtltl, X.J., CUclnaitl, 0 sod Indianapolis recognition ol tbe "Purgatory" for tbe un- Ind., dealers In 8tlowi A Son,, Decker Hroa., llalnea'.J.aC. Fischer, Voaa Host", Baldwin i. faithful saints, about as I have been In tbe Oo.'s Cottage. Upright aod Falters nan. Forlss; ilao lbs Eater, oboeleger and Hamilton Orftna. habit of preaching It, though he did not Jnatmuisnti rvld st price aod terms to suit Don't (Irs jour orders till rou gwt our seem to know what the LOUD haa taught price and terms. of th manna- - of it in "Ihe great tribume lation" of Matt. 24 and Rev. 7. You may Tfs.VI.,k. MEHWIIt'8 Hl'ECiriC, imagine ray surprise, almost consternation, The Grrat Eaglbjh Bemeer, to hear such leaehing 200 mile north of Edinburgh, among a people famed for rigIssrotlllr.eurs for Weak Mcess-t- r, Loa of Heals rower, id orthodoxy, with never a word, of protest, tlhiuillon. Kemlnal WetiOMa. Inipsttoc. sad General Lt .1 marka of approval from his but evident reweroi in. ueoetautt urgaai atuf .11 dlu.a that Ci.lla-- r a a large congregation. When his deetrins first sfcrsTeUar nuenc 01 Toothful laneudescaet came oil, I looked round upon this listen- Ik laalurtHl foara. such Uaeii.as.niB ing thiwg, in a dated way, to see if some as Unltenal - of Vlatuu. in ins Ulmsafnua. bus, avenging "Jenny Geddes" with poised stool lur.Old 4 ft. and rotor .Iter disease, that lead to !au.llr or Can. wa not about to "lake a shy" at lb mink. auiaptlso. InsllcasMM rtutai. Wnkiau tb tfnclls ter' brainful head. Bat not a Irown of rharm. raeloclns lot. or sets Ills a fidlae tie- brilliant disapprobation did I see. Only thoughtful r, n U th see Is ths ckt, and FUkllDf faces full of eager, approving interest. Sure- tb rear Lleoasa of health. AftarTlklt r, awrXerwIa'a fpeclnel sold all Dnulili at ly this la a land ef surprises! sis pacaigea II per pMltge, or on rccelotof lor SO. AIM 0J Our first service yesterday waa in Music mall. tioaliiefrM. nrlca. SHTFull particulars In pamphlet, which will be ery Hall seating 1,000. It was mailed frt. to seerj applicant. Address all com. neat taken. At night there was not comfort-tibl- e uunlraiiona lo ins aoi. manuraciurer, VL II . IK trait. Mich. standing room end many went away, Sol, H'. H. MKK H'r.V. A McAUittr and all la blaoford br t'cuoj r falling to find seats. At Or.M.I preached Druggists ererjwbero, to 300 just out at a school-hous- e 188-1- . of town, a mile up the besch. Here a "wee up hie little hand-t- he laddie" held "first fruits" of a waving harvest. That tiny to my longing hand was a real ILLUSTRATED. heart. At night two more confessed one middle-agesea captain, with a good face; a Hirpw's Bsiir la at one lbs mottlirllllant snd uaoful Household Journals In salatcoc It Is ths motherly look- ackBowlodged arbiter of fsablot la this counter. th other a pleasant-face- d Its fatbtan plates ar. tbsB.wttt and moat etrllih ing woman. and Its pattern sheet luppllmeau and soouoml The people are not accustomed to our aloostr. worth Dior tluaas lbs coat ol tubacrlp front Its llluitratlooa of ait way. All ia new to them in us, as all in ttou.best sources, lu lUwar needlework ars inertia end artlstls tb. ars of tb. highest order, llsstorlaa, pueoia and them is quaint snd unfamiliar to us. list European ar br I be I fetl sure tbey will accept tbe gospel, in euan Ill choiceSrtt America snd AU portsrtplcturu would sutnors. folios, snd Its moat auus cuts srs sbeak, by asd by. We came in a cab from Ing is b. foundhumorous Jeurusl ths America. A la la snjr to the Hall and the servi- host of brilliant uoisllUi ars promised for 1MI. th school-hous- e ce were too close together for comfort to th preacher, but tfce dear LORD HARPER'S full liberty and power at FEB YEAU. both. Prals Ilk dear Name forever. Harper's Mh"' ,. .1! 00 4 00 ,.-Tbe week day services are held In a Harjwr's Weakly 4 CO smaller room Topping Hall seating COO Harper's ltiur . Harper's Young, Feople. . I SO If crowded. Bibk readiugs la tbe same Harper's 1'rasklla BVjutrs Library, one -- ear p. M. Thk gives working men place at 2.15 (SI MumUri) 1000 rottsfc Vres Is alt luUtcrtbers la ths United 15 minute to eat an d 45 to bear a bit of tbe Word before going to work again. We had BUU. or Caasda, of the Baur beats) with ths Irst the first one thk afternoon; 25 present. We When no fuiabr lor Januirr of each ytar. that lbs time subIt will t underitood will see how It will work and not press it, scriber wlihes to coiuiuonc. wllb the Number nta slter tb receipt of order. If not needed. r, The last Kour Aaaual Volame of Harper s We uitee our boy "awfully." 'o hope la Beat cloth binding, will lis sent by mail or by eiprws. Ires of sapsnt. (pro we shall be together again soon. I believe meu iald. in. ireisut auea Bukvacevu on. uunar e per the dear LORD will let us fulfill this sweet Toluuie.) for 17 00aaeh volume aultabl lor volume, tar fMulh bind. evangel tide by side. Qeoig and Marie Ua, will be soot by mall, MtulJ,a rKelpt of 01 l 00 each. ting together regularly now, lleiultttbies shout 1 bs uitde by cbaaces ol use. More of Peterhead proper In iuv next, If Money Order or Dealt, tu avoid tUU Sswinaperssisuit towpy advarllaemiut HauTii urn. tht LORD will. Ever In Jesus, , wlibout liie exir.iorJr ot III Geo. O. Haknes. Adlten Uaaraa A Uajruaai, e York. Nttlorul DinV Otic hours MILLIlVrERY! I hvs on hand snd era dally receiving s heaoll. tut aod eornrletsllRsof tathlonabl MlllllDerr. to which I Invite Ihstltentlas 1 have tbe la.W-- e. taken eitraordloary pilat In llaieleetlen andsm eonodenl that an ciernlaallon la ell thai I neciw-sar- y ae me t. a purehaae. Call M1KH HKI.hK HVflHRH, llM a IVOTTZOJEJ ! Garrard Co. Lands TOR -r -. rr rulH-atlo- n. Allrenooi Ifidellel to ths eiUt of shanks Spoonttoorr, ded , will plesas (all so ras snd eb; lis st ones, rhoa hsvrsf ettlms ailoil It will rrcsent tbeu prorrrly prsTeri IsnroeJIately. lt-- ,OH.V Jf. MAIL, tt Kteeator. i The nutthti RrI3ST3E2: Will m FKID.IY NIOI.T. li:C. 7. Co., Btaolord, Ky., TKS. NEVKKA1VCE, Ulsof Chenault, Heveranee A J. wllb M. ROBINSON &. CO.. 3CV. Inporlrra and Jobbers al Dry flood,. Notions. Ac M7, ESS, til Main hlreet, Cor. Math, anad-rutrnb- le ENTERPRISE Grocery. TO THE PUBLIC We will now pay apeclal st lent loo to rooevTost em:vriiva.Tf either bolted or unbolted meal. 110-- t fellow-travele- r, W promla U five aatletx-tleo-, will give I'atent FKur for n best. snd when deal red Can make , MeALINTKK WkHALLKE. Imp-Mi- BRICK RESIDENCE for SALE GEO.D.BURDETT IK STANFOXD, KY. I offer Meals privately lay houe. and lot on rVameraet etreel which la occupied by J. M. Bailee. 1'ueoeHlon lob. glees Jin. I, IMI T.rnu reawo-abl- e, tor partlrslars writ. Is la. at Mamr, Kaa-sa- s er tall os Kobl, M. tylls.BUnlord, Ky, IM to dec. 1 CO.. IsHiicH.ster, Kentucky, Another tf.H. ASUKRHO.V, Hsrpw, Kansas. e Just FurnlturHt. I havt Iba fullest sad wetlis.f Kui.ltursot every derlpllos ever ea blbttxl In Ktaaloid, as s stroll through tny itor will pr.vs. My prices ars as low as similar goods ran b. bought In thseltlea, s fact alM eapabl. l eci lar demonitrallon. J ale. keep sa band a lull line of Furniture. Sets. Undertaker' GwIn! Asd sis ready Parlor and Chambor I. eervs Ion. rail promotly with a ales, aew Hear. Orders by TeleRntph Promptly Attended to. UMJitul B. K. WEAKEN. u MYERS HOTEL, STJLMFOXD. XT. I. II. m7S7'&,tGVm E. U. I3URN8LDE, - Propr This Old and Well Known Kttldwlu 4c Co., Hotel Still Maintains Its High .Reputation, AMD (IM-Ct- ai Iti Proprietor It BetKBUee. that it Shall be Seeead to bo Oemitrr letel ia Um State ia it fare, -- ApBei-ttsae-a- ti, flem to OemfKt . their er Attwerf Vmi mm Kaesisgs wHI be ceavered te aal frsaa tat less! fres.rtksrfs. KesetsJ Meaaas4atlss ts IS Caaertlel traveler. Th Bar wfH aiw.is ussHsd VfKh ras ek.leest krsaSesf Lltasrs as Clear. . -- ., fl-l-- i HP -- DANVILLE- j PLANING MILL COMPAMY -- full-tv- IWO-.j- fish-fol- Harper's Bazar. Vtinutacturcrs o-f- God-sen- d Deorti, Nnek. Bllaslsj, 'WiBdew RHd Dear FrttBiea, Meld Scroll 8aw Werk,TtirM. lHajej, Ihk JMtho Werk, rieerluir, GelllssKtWeAtk' erbeardlHg--, Drewetl LHmber, And otkst strength-eeedandlh- PERI0DI0AI.S, .,.......,. . ........ .... ,. Building Matetrlml Abo Pesters Is, HTHi'iuIug leHHaber ! Ba-u- -- lu Call on us or wilt for prices We keep a tare stock and 111 da sur best te pisses you la pries and quality ol material. roet-Offl- c. ttAM'ILLK " m-lui- i'LAXI0 Dsnvilis, Xy, MILL CO ami s I Fr Farming ItHplcmrmfsAnricHUHral 9cmi-VSttc- MucfilHcrjr, Carrlwupw, IIhkkIch, Wprltty; HHd rriM Whkbhh, Ac, me weHcyHd hy of HILL It. U'U.MAMN, JltiflieHi IIIe.KcHlHekj-- . (triirlniil DeeeraW 7, 1883 TIME CARB. ..1 M oo 1 ' JlHiSr f A NEW for eale, price nvAn9jm "' ""' Stanford, Kr . Into going North . " moih. EsprtMlriln" Mouth. " " Norn.., A O.tLT genuine Dlckerwn Ktiuell county weet potaloti at Bright A Cnnnn'e. aafe, combination lock Oeo. D. Vertn. -- Mr Frnk Prlvett and Mi' Mattle Daughterly, both Itifint in the sye of the law, were married on the 4th, at McKln-ne- y. A fine supper wu served At the bride's fulier's, Mr. Jatne Daughterly and N. L6CAL Mall Doit'r forget we hare closed our rtore on the corner and can only be found In the fuBar i'AiHn of Penny A McAlUter. ture at the one ilore, Ownlej' old aland Kick itojk of birthday card t Fcnnr A Hrlglit A Curtan. Courtdiotine McAlleterV Ot'R town clock eridently dotm't proHfAitnAiiD read, mixed palnta t Mo Roberta A fHsgg'. pose to be compelled to lelt a lie about the Jm. Haas Hog Cholera Cure. Ytnnj time any longer. lVeeiuu to Iheetandard A McAllster note e gents, time nonfenee, It had not etopped more IIraNI) new slock of.eterr thirty In tlie than once or twice In but thi tin Jewelry lineal Penny A McAIIster's. week it "flopped ehort never to again" Watch, Clock aad Jewelry repaired twotlmealn 21 hour. We don't go blame It and warranted by Penny A McAIUter. For coi'glis, cold, Ac, use Compound fur not wantlog logo. Syrup Wlilla rina. l'ut up In 25a and 60c Clat Cocxtv Murdxrcr. Deputy bottle.' Trial siai lOo. McKobirta A lierliTF. M. Hard and J. M. Bailey delir- ?UK. ered 8tm Detarne, of Clay county, to the PERSONAL. jailer of Lincoln, Wedneidty, for tab r li wishing at keeping, feara being entertninel that he Miis J, A. would either be rescued or mobbed In hU Parksellle. Mini Jejkik Cosnv, nf Owenstoro, U county. Dtzttue l charged with the mur Ihe inert of Mrs. T.J. Hill. derof Frank ltoblnoon, eon of E. W. Rob Mr. O Xf. BHATrn, tie photograher, Imon, eherirTof Clay, tnd the deed ! raid to hae been unprovoked. Both were afli biek and will lemaln all winter. Hon. John S. OwsLtv liss cone aa a ter a woman and ihe prefeilog llobinfon to delegate to the Farmers' Congress, at him, Dexitne shot him through the left lung, from the efftcti of which he dieJ, afLoul'Tllle. . Master I'lnon, liq , bae retuorel ter four wceii. Dcxirne hie Ihe reputatils Ur office to rooms oyer the Ftnt tion of being a rtckleM fellow, white Ilsnk. u a quiet, olxr young mtu. Mm.Geo H. Ukccb and ilUiSallle Charged'- - With Katk. Imc Gaetl-neaPenny hare gone to ilslt the fimlly of Mr. who give hit age aa 30, wie tried beLen Edello at Alum Spring. fore fc'qulret Hronaugh and Qarnett, Tuesafter long rlilt MixCarric Little, day, on the charge of committing rape on to her sister, Mrs. W. H. Andereon, at liar-pt- r, Mra. 8. E. Koili, a widow of 40, and held Kamws, returned yesterday. In $300 ball. The manhtl of Crab OrC. Haye bare cone Mb. asd MbJ. chard, Mr. W,(T Saunders, brought him to to Cincinnati, where the former will put Jtll Wednesday acd from him we learn himself under the treatment of an auriit. that Mre. Xoakt teitilled that the boy enme Jcikie M. J. Dcrham waa here to her houie and representing himself a a looking trtrj Inch a candidate for deputy iherlfT, Inquired for hereon, for Congrcas. II hie a great many frlendi whom he raid he had a warrant of arrest. here. He told where the boy could be found Ms. A. J. Moray, the gay old widow aud wis started ofl eppirently to go after him, to V -- era waa married erof liieCjnlhUna but relumed and telling her he would have Miss Anna 8. Luca, of Harrtan county, to arrest her alro, ordered her to follow laat week. The Major had been married him to a neighbor's bouse, where he could twlee before. put her under suard Arriving at a piece Mmu A(hh Owlet Lasfukea the of woods, he made an Indecent propotil to EJ. McKoberts hcux, roath weet come her and after many threats and much rcuf- Mala Md Depot, and with her eon W. W. ding, he accomplbhtd his purpose. Her Owsley,wlH Hre there and beard at thi seres mi brought hereon to Ihe rescue, when Myers Hewe. Oastincau fled, but he was overtaken by Mr. Wallace K Vawcohiim sold out, the boy and knocked down, the lick on the hi etore at Woodbine .iij ittarned borne, head tendering him icMorible. By thia bW entire time to the prat&ee of to devote time the noise had attracted some of the hi profession hereafter. He aad the Cot. neighbor and they took Gaitineau In can be found al all hour i their office In charge aid delivered him to the officers at ready attend to any the Owsley WajUInf, Crab Orchard. Mra. Xoaka (a said to be aad all twine" M their line, anything but attrictive In personal appear- LOCAL MATTEIT. ince and being old enough for the bay's grandmother, the case la a strange one. Did you observe the adTcrtletment of la a gawky, green horntih looking T.K Walton. fellow, though it li alleged that ha U well Etert Tarltty jf canqtd goods at Met-ea- lf up in criminal experience, having bten in A Owsley'. Jill at Mt. Vernon for stealing and once at ills looks are ArrLX Bujter, Ffneryes and Mine Meat LQcaier tor Dgtitmg. enough to protect him from a mob and no at Mtlcaif iOa.it serious threati of such violence were made T,mtk.vx pounds of nice brown ngf for against him. " LOCAL NOTICES. e ' i 01 r. m. A.M. J 11 r. M. A BEiirrirui, placque giren to erery purcharer of a dollar' worth or orcr, at J. A.M. W.lltdenV Tr, , Cam-ente- at Hob-loeo- n aj Htndersen bridge, ha failed for a Urge amount. Mr. Flannery has been nutrrv Ing to al Livingston, and everybody thought he win perfectly good for any atnonnt. We understand that the Living the congratulation in tie happy couple ston Coal Co, and Saml. Ward are the were numerous anl trarty. heaviest looser. He had been working about 60 hands and they are out of two RELIGIOUS. month' wages. Mr. Flannery lain LouisThere are 20,000 members of the Meth ville and refurea to come out. We hope It I odist Church in South Africa. a mistake and that everything will be Key. J. M. Ilrtire will preach al fixed up all right. Bright' Sunday night, at GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. early candle lighting. The oldest church in thi country Is Lancatter. -- Rsv. W.O.Goodloe, of New Albany, claimed to be that near Smithfield, Va , which was built In 1G32 Ind., will preach at the Preibyterlan church Tb PresbyterWn Church in the Uni- Sunday, ted Slate his hsd an increaied membership Rust Andenon, col., wa fined $10 on of 67,000 during the past year. and Wednesday for stealing a pocket-booTwo dolhra hi been added by X. II wa sent to the W,, and wife, of Harrodsburg, since last Mrs. Hsnsbury West is dangerously report, U the Birne tent fund, making ill at her residence In thi county. Ml. $09 In ill. Luclan Perkins died of puerperal fever on Hue. John Muntgotntry will pretcli at Tuesday. Twenty-twthe Preibyterlsn church next Sun lay at 11 shares in the National and "o'clock and regulirl each stcond and Bink of Lancaster sold at $165 per share fifth Sunday during the coining yen. Tuesday, the ptrlies selling retervlng the In the front window of the new Meth January dividend, which make the stock odlit church al Mt. Sterling, will be a mem coit $16960 orlalof Bishop Karanaugh, Illustrative of Wm. Baker, the "young blood" who his christian character, his high office and cut Burnett last week, was tried before hia life long woik. Judge Singleton Tuesday and falling to -I- ter G. W. Biiley, pastor of ihe C! give the required bjnd, was sent to jtll to ored Methodist church, at Mt. Sterling, It await the action of the grand jury. In Jail at Leiingloa, for forcing the names Geo. Denny, Jr, waa acquitted Tues- of two of his II xk on a note for 11 Pas- dsy morntng. He waa tried before Squires tors should be paid enough to keep them Robinson and Dunn, who returned a ver out of temptitlon. dict within five minifies after retiring from the court-roothat it wa a clear case of LAND, STOCK ASU CROP. and ordered the defendant dis-I have 8 young broke mule fur aale charged from custody. J. M. Carter, Jr., McKlnney. PAINT LICK. GARRARD COUNTY. I have 23 thoroughbred calves, heifer and bulls, for tale. S, II. Baugbman, Stan Mr. W. L. Birneaand F. M. Lute are ford. slowly improving. ' Thirty tons of turkeys spoiled In Bo, Mr. John Parka had a fine mule to taken to bs put ton, were, the get it leg broke Saturday. up in cans. N. M. Shumate went to the city Friday Co. sold to Mr.D W. W. Baldwin goods. Arnbam, of Pittsburg, 23 broke mules at to lay In hit Christmas Born, to the wife of Jason Shumate, on $103 etch. Ferguson & Becker bought of S, S the 3J, a bonncing big boy. s Mr. Willis Adams, Sr, and Alvah Bell, nf ltjurbon, 18 fit cattle at l cents; went to Rockcastle on a busloesa trip. we'ght 1,628 Matrimonial fever is raging high. It Ab Btlley, if Warren county, hi a seema to be most fatal among widows and given birth to tbiriy-eevesow that hia school-houswork-houso -- HURRAH! FOR avoid such a .rush as wc had last year for a day or two before Christmas, we have determined to open our stock of Jbancy Wares early, so that all may have a chance to buy at leis ure, w e are prepared to prove that we have the nicest line of Christmas Goods ever displayed in this market. Our stock consists of CHlXDREX'fi TOY SET8, CHINA MtflN, CUPS, NAUCEIIS AND PliATES. IECOKATI FltUIT SAUGEKS AND I'ltATES, miCOKATED CHINA CI7P8 AXI SAUCERS, MUSTACHE CHI'S, GLASS SETS, OYSTEH HOWLS AND PLATES, ELEOANT WATER SETS, DISdUE FIGURES, MAJOLICA PITGHEIIS, Vc. In niltlKloii (o HboTC wc Iibtc u bcnttiifitl Iluo or DECORATED AND GOLD-BAN1EA SE1S, CIIAMUEKSETS AND PLAIN AND FANCY CHINA WARE. GIvciishciiII. D la order to BRUCE, WARREN A CO. llaaldjt, - sj Pul-tin- n Gis-tine- pig in twelve mouth The Richmond litmld says a great deal of freshly killed pork ha spoiled in head in that county, One farmer lost-1thla way. btghty tons of butter sold on the tlgln Board of Trade at from forty and a quarcenta. Dealers insist' that ter to forty-twthe market haa a alrong upward tendency. Jas. D. Gaytof Bourbsn, sold Petri, MooreAOJen 43 yearling wethers, aver aging 181 lbs., at five cents per pound, and to Watt Gay 36 cattle, avengiog Ibt., at J5 40 per Democrat. J. T. Ewinc bought for hit ranch in Kanua, of W. C ltogers, Lebmon, 102 held of high gride heifers, client ac1 yearling', at prlcat ringing frjtn $25 to 0 $40 per head, the aggregate cast being 7 o eater $2,-62- widowers. J. lat'rkightACurrea'. I ry Bsugbman, Stanford. ,ii DEATHS hate 200,000 gwl brick fer'aile. Ilea.' ' A MXCK ef keya haa'bVea left aithle of fice, which were found yetterday. SeeBwee, Warns A Co'., advertise- meet of Cbrlttmaa good, row open. ( . ' i't JJice Jamalaa oranges, bHBs, taaliga j ' J grape, lemoae, nals Myera'. of all kkda at S. 6. The admltUace, la 25 Bimk. ceata to gnteien led It mat be 'paid at thedoorri' band-mad- Fresh raisins, prunes, rurrasts, citron and every tbtnx in fancy groceriee at Met calf A Owsleg'. The largest aad nieest assortment of pare e fiecy candle ever seen ia Stan & Myera. ford, can be found at a ' IV ) nd BslleypIaee1al81Gand wu eoucqutntly Gives away to 67 years old. At an early age he gradudeck. Bright A ated at Centre College and some OBeo-- oir eattomer. aflcrwarda in Curran. tbeMedIci Department of the Traasylva. M. A. Moore write that E L, Jones, of University, at Lexington. II returned Whitley county, hu sot been la tall at home and fur many yeara practiced hli proLouisville, for raising Government vouch- fession, giving great latitfaction end making much reputation at a physician. For a ers, a published. number of y'eaiy, he hid given up Dab, prac We are sole agents for the tice and devoid most of hi time to firmdouble roller Patent Flour, made at Lex- ing and hli monetary iflalr. In 1673 he Try Ik Every pound guaraateed. wa elected the Legislature, and served ington. tt Metealf A Owsley. one term, making a most faithful and member. He waa thrice married, A good lot of boots and shoe that were carried over from laat year will be closed hittfO.flnt wlm being diughtera oMhe out at J. W. Hayden' at reduced prices. lite Andrew Whitley, and hi third MU Take a look before buying. Lavinla Lbenault, to wl.om be waa mir rled Nov. 30th 1170. Four children iu'r Ik combining oar two stocks, we find vlve him, one by hi tecond marriage and that we are over stccked on some goods, for three by hi Int. Iq every relation of the next 30 day you can buy canned gocdi life, Dr. Montgomery waa honerable, true at your own 'price. Bright & Curraa. and generous. There was nothing little The Magistrate' court promptly acquit- about him, and under all clrcuautancea be bowed the (tamp of the genuine gentle ted Judge Denny, bat the Grind Jury I yet to wrestle with the caie. We leara man. He leave a fortune variously eati thai public sentiment Is about equally di- mated sa irom w,WU to S70.000 and a vided ia Garrard, aa to Denny's guilt or name that I above reproach. The com inunlty deplore hla death and sincerely Innocence, condoles with those upon whom the blow The oolored ctlateuaaa, George W, Gen fall beavlrit. The funeral tervlcee will be try, baa been glteo a dlatillery to mind, by .held at the church at '...30 to. Gen. Lmdram. Mr, ft. E. Barrow retires mnnlt,. n. lli tt.An.rtli f It fttlit . day and the remalpa be take to Buffalo Ia. !.. Com and see our pciae eMcaeiaiag cos, watch. The andden death, at 9 o'clock yetterday morning, of Dr. Thorn a B. Montgomery, shocked our citiiens beyond expression. Though ia bad health for soma time, there were no apprehension of hht Immediate demlee anl the new of It wu therefore the more sppilling. He in sitting before Ihe fire at home warm. lag, preparatory to visiting hia eon.Wbllley, near Crab Orchard, when he was attacked with neuralgia of the stomach and heart, and by the time he could be laid on the bed life was extWt. Thus pissed away as geocrou and as' kind a man as ever lived and hie death will be sadly deplored. D'. Meotgomejy waa the son of Judge James Montgomery, one of the oldest settler of thi section, who twice represented hie dftttlct In Centreis end served has Clrvelt Judge with much honor and distinction. He waa born at the old Judge Mokttic-MEU- The death of Mr E. Best is felt by erery one; espccislly among the trading claai. He wss a large stock trader. Mr J. W. Smith shipped from here a cU'lnad of hogs that averaged 380 pounds. One of the lot lipped the beam at 700. A Sad Accident. A few day ago Mr. Bob Coon was out hunting and ran a squirrel into a hollow tree. He concluded to see if he could make the squirrel run out aod wrapped some powder up in a pa. per, wblcli be put into me nonow oi toe tree, set fire to it anl walked offa short distance and waited long enough, as he thought, for it to go off Finally, thinking Ihitit had gone out.he went back to tht tree and peeped ia the hole. Just at that mo ment It exploded In hi lice and put both eye out. It is thought that he will never HI whisker were burnt off -S- tandard. see again. In a lot of ctltle shipped from this and hi face badly burnt. place there were 6 premium steers, whose SETT AUTKRTISESKHTK. aggregated weight was 13,185 pounds, being an eversge of 2,191 pound per head; also 121 head averaging 1,874 pounds per head. RENT. Bourbon News. GO TO T. R. WALTON Mlnco moat, Prunes, Citron, Cur- ron rants, Cranberrlos, Malaga Grapes, Bananas, Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Nuts. Baisins, Cocoanuts, Buckwheat Flour, Oat Heal, Cracked Wheat, Macaroni, Cheese, Crackers, Toa Cakes, Lemon Wafors, Desicated and Concentrated Pickles, Jollies, Common, Fanoy and Fronoh Candies and Canned Goods Generally. Coco-anu- t, OPERA HOUSE FOR two BUnd Dec. IStb. I will occupy Brlgbt's Old Corccr Main A Comerxt Street. - ,f A i ,. t , 300 head of cattle on the market. Extra good feeders brought a little over 5 centa, common lo good brought 4 to 5 cent, yearling 4 cents, citvei $25 to $30 per held, fifteen yearling male sold at $102 each; absut 60 bead horse en the mirktt, bat few sales. CiNciHNATt. Cattle are steady at 2 to 4 centa for common la medium; botcher grade from 4 to6;hlppr 4 to 0; stock. er and feeders 4 to 4 65. Hog are quiet with prices running from 3 to 6 with bulk of eates to paekers 'at 616 lo 630, Paris Court. will U rtceieed till r. M. 6al! propositi th.eunford Optra iIlouw, Dec. lor 15, lor tb. )H totDDlof Dee. 30, ISM. Bond wlm re- ttd Kcurttx required of lew. Blgbt ta let tin Tor sll lids rewrrd. By ordtr of tb fceaid. IK. HAl.TOX, Etc. A Tittsurtr. Iuof Am Vi S i: J! J(P(l l "111, ; i . .,'him .Is -- Stockholder's Meeting. BsBkoflluitoatltl. will be held at their Unklnr. hoiiM la UuitonflUs, on Tuealav tit d ay of Jan. ISM, lor .lection of ntn. directors to smt. for ycarlMi. J. W. H&CKKH, '( AmtllttfOfth. slackboM.rs' of tb. Nations! High-tone- Sheep are steady at J to 1 and limbs 4 ' to 6 cents. The Richmond Herald give a table allowing that price of hog ia this section for twenty one year bay avenged $5.68 perewt. They ware lowest in 18C2 when they were $2 and highest in 1864,th4 prtcet being $10. There are a number of years which show oo higher prices than thi. Mr. J. E. Brure tells us that the tateof Mrs. L. R. Jooet & Son yesterday mile cows brought $39 to $44; good yearling $4 70 per cwt $34 95; good and corn $2 08 in the crib. Grin land rented from now to Jan 1, 1885 at $4 per acre and corn land to several patties at $7.05 to $9 peracre. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Cashlsr. IjANDS FOR NAXE. piltsl.ly ths.ld Llndtey Stephcoion firm, oa Ull KlTer nesr Wilnut Flit, eonulolnj 117) acres ol good land la lood otlihboihood. Lsrf. brick bouM, .table and crib, sod other bulldlasa. Ids water end plenty of timber. Also 34 acm, f lying between U.O.T. McHobertssnd B. B. Oeo. Iry'.oo Hawkins Branch. Mrs boa nous, and brisk cllnney. All under teace. Flenty fir wood. Both title, sand. Binilns tin be li ad. Addreuorealloo. H'. T. StKPHF.SSOS, 31 HstIbc my linds so scattered, I wish to ell T W a ( tpmy. Grab Orchard, Mi COMR.'S SALE OF LANDS Lincoln Circuit Court. Con. s Chu. U llirrls' Heirs. ' the olitr whit, .tortkeper. will each have to do so in turn. EqciHit M 0, Postman ha told 0 and nearly 1 aerse of the JutJg Bailey had purchased by him Monday to Mr. It. C. Warren far $1,500; about $161 per acr. lot of Mr. W. H. Milter told .a hi new extension to Mrs. ElUi Jooe for j I She will build on itatocce. t $105. half-acre Managtd bJohn B. fith. Wi G. Adami J building. a etore Couie on the corner near the depot. Whitton Ittc had his examining trial . Mul- before Squire A. J. Pike and M. Una and waa held over under a bond of $700. Judge Fotbua, of Jackson, signed his bond and he wa set at liberty. Mr, J. K. Polk ha not made bla appearance yet as promised by hi brother, The Impeetstoa seems lo prevail that Mr. Polk only wanted to gala time for hi brother to get out of the way of the officers, Thia 1 haid to believe, but It look very reasonable. Mr. J, A. Diclty has finished hit work on Ihe K. C, railroad and returned to hi home in Virginia. Dr. Harry Todd, of Berea, was iu town this weak, Miss Lou, Grant, of Lincaater, Is visiting the ''beautiful aad facinating" Mits Cleo Williams, if iBt"'aent C,0,c,e" thi place. Mr. J. L. Whitehead U in MARRIASES. Willismiburg, thi week. Mr. Jamti K of Toledo, Ohio, was visiting friend Yetterday at Mr. Jonathan MaionV, Mr. Chat. Turner, of Louiivllle, bta diugbter, Mis Elizabeth Maaou, and here and Mrs. Lou. NieKI, of Altamont, spent Mr. Hen Mirlln were made one. Judge WjHJaro Llodw?. of Frankfort, Monday Iu town. Elder Janus Hlatt, of Cbriitian church is holding a protractand Mis Eeai.vr Iluluti v, uitceoflbe ex- - the ed meeting at Buckeye, this week. Clerk of the Court of Appeabj, Cept. T. C It is reported that Mr. Flannery, who Jones, will bi'iuirrlcdon'the 11th. had the contract to furnish none for the inentlond, l'uriuiot to. Judgment herein, at th. October turn, 'S3, of Ihli Court, th undersigned Cbmr, wlll.st th. dweUuig.hftuM oa th. Out track llarrli' Heirs, Nolle of Si!. L GEO. D. WEAREN, Stanford. Kentucky. -- sett', the citato blddsr, at public Chu. L Harris, dfed.. In. follo.Ine lands: 1. A tnctcf UioglugVork Isnd of US seres, 2 roods ind S polo; iltuate oa tb. pike from bun-lo- rd and Iluitomllle, about I utles from lbs lit. terplsc. In Lincoln county, J. A tr act of 171 acres of land. In Lincoln county, on th. Houlh fork of Urren Bites'. TEUMSOr'DALE.-CredltofSs- nd It months. Bonds with approred lueety, payable to Comr., besrlogSperctnt.totcr.it Iron dsy ef ill. ind biting ths effects of Judgment!. Vol. ON SATURDAY, DEC. 15,1883, fUlweea tl A. . and 2 r. u., tell to th blgheil of suction, to leiltr lo- - It, H". 1851. 1VKICH, C. M. C. U C. C. Hay, Grain, Seeds, Wool, Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons, Farm Wagons, Harrows, Sulky Plows, Cultivators, Grain Drills, Corn Brills, J?nllic Sale! Eitculor of Thomis C. Dumber, died.. I will espoi. for nl. it pahllo outcry la Crib Oxen, As the rd, Ky., on '" of (he Uud liter then Is s good twq story trirue dwelling end goM iuipiottiuents out. Atth.sim. Hint icd tlic. I will alio Kill tract of sboul 110 iliuit.l mil couth of utingMiav uuvjiiii tno urcoiru, sud well timbered, 01 ucmty u,l dlirtoo's bclrs, TKim:-- )n tLIrd cub, Ulitics In oneind two yesrs, equal latUlloirnti.wlth Inttrwt fto daU, tiling tb. fori, aid iSrtt ol a Judgem a4 JfM rttilntd on the lind fur tb. tmrcbu raoBtyrlvf. onswUhlugtobuy will tilt ca (1 W. Jiiuc.it Kirutn Kitlooil Cb Orcbird, or uyitlf it M. OHHLKV. Disk ofolrnlord. Eauulor 1C. iiuubtr, dicp MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 'S3 A fin. Fin. of (M Arrc, illuited wilt Kut of.Crtb Orshird, on tb. Ml. Vtrnvo rvid. known u lb Watts turn, x Urg. ponton Is product!?, bottom. On, It Blue-U1 Gorn Planters. Thrashing Machine Powers, ef FHrmlHK iMpH'tuetitN Reaper, Mower, nHri.'.iKt-icHliHra- Arrt, Saw Mills Engines, Fccil Cutters, Cane Mills, Horse Ih fad, Hli klKsJU . l Hh-cklHc- ry J. Kep eu kHHda Ihe I.HrtiM Stek CeutrHl Ku(Heky, hhiI HtjprlctNt tkut will cewitare fHverHkly wllk tkene ef HHy dewier MHyHkere. ftsHHd In ' ertmck geeeki (a lie r p Stanford, Ky., ; Dewweor 7, PRESIDENT'S T1IS MESSAGE. ., . .. .. uccEssiost to th rasstfocr, It will become At the time when tho prwstt Rimitlrs en wc 'siry rttherto siirnlltutesomnother form tereil upon his office, hi death, removal, rpsfg of Cjrronor Instead of tho National Hank natlnn. of inability to discharge his dutle ngte.or to tnaku Important changoa (AiMio would hvo left tho Oovernmnt without n laws of hlr circulation Is now oon constitutional head, It Is posslhle,againcosirse, nrlso, tnii-i- . similar cosrtlngoney may in inr iiiiifrninni ino laiter course 1883 h far preferable. I commend to your attrntnn thatn the wisdom of Congress hall provide unless tho Terr lnterrllnnn.l thoufrfitrul auirra. assalnst lit reeurrnnee. Hon upon (his subject which nppean In tho Tlio Hcnato at It last session, after full consideration, passed an act relating to thts sutx Seonlarra renort, Tlio objections which ho urge araliuttho iect, which will now, I trust, commend llsell any Hut If on Iho ntncrnsi.il dcln) In rediiclnc sanation, acceptance of other teourltles than tho obligations of the Oorenunent Itself as a foundation for National Hank circulation to mo liisuemhl. For avertlnr tho throntrned contmctlon two courses hao been iuirfotcd, clthor of which Is probably feasible. OnelstholMunneonr newbonAshavlut many rears to run benrln a low rate nf Interest, and exchangeable iiion specllled terms . with those now outstanding.. i. Tho other course w hlch commends imoK to my own Judgment ns tho better Is the enactment of a law rcpealla tho tax on circulation and permitting the banks in Iiihi notes for an amount cona! to nlnefy percent of tlw market value, Inntead ot as now, tho face value at their deposited bonds. I agree with tho riecrot ary In" the belief that tho adoption nf this plan would alfonl tho necessary rellof. The trade dollar was coined for the purpose, of traflla In countries where sllrcr passed at III value, a ascertained by Its weight and Ouo-peaIt never had a legal tender quality. Largo numbers ot thcxi coins entered, how. ever, Into tho volamo of our currency lly common consent their circulation In domestic tradohas now ceased and they have thus a disturbing element nnd they should not be longer permitted to embarrass our cur1 recommend rency system. that provision for their reception by tho Treasury and tho mints as bullion at is small per centum abovo tho current marked price of silver of llko flno-nes- a. THE LtHrtSVHlE WEEKLY niiAiecta. The report of tlio Secretary of the Treasury an,l exhibit of tho SI TBI a full rwnclal condition of tho country. It show that tho ordinary mvoniics from nil sourer- forthpnscnlrMrcndod JunoTl, WnmouMoJ tfl.SSJrVfcfJislPj, srlitnwf thorn wim rwclrrsl from customs, JI,TiV4i1r from Internal Kcvrnu f III.TOY" W. from salosof puMlo :,W,rl lit from tax on clrmilnOnri land. t nf National Ranks, tT.UI.Ort Ms init from profits on colnnro. bullion ilrM"lt nnd assars, ft.'Hn 17t from othor sources, 17, .tjvs7m . amine Total, period tho ordinary expendiPnr thosamo i.1U,!J.;il; ture's were, for clrll oxpons-- . nation's sm Intercourse. 3.UVT7VJlt for l.01:W73.ii I, Vtt,.YUI: fur pensions, for th military establishment. Including river and harbor Imiirovoments ami arsenals, f IV MI.'H&ttt; fur tho naval establishment, includ-l- n vessels and Improvements at navy yards. $1121,117 l"i fur miscellaneous oxpendituros. Including- - iiublle tmUdlnr, llctat houses and collpcllns the rsvenuos, StO.rXH.ttJ.'Ta. For oxpnilltnra on account of District of Columbia, f.l.MT.(B tor Interest on tho debt, Vlrt6.13l fi:, total. 3m.40a.l-f- t 64. lenvirur'n surplus rcVrriuo of SKK.JTi.UI 41, willed, with nn nmount drawn from tlio cash H. makbalance In th Treasury of was applied to tho redemping I.H,1TH,?.VI tion of bond, for tho sinking fund. tll.KVI,Ttw; nt rnctlonil'eitrrpnpr for the sinking- - fund, tl&JZA irt; of funJod loan of MM, continued at VHt),lV); of loan nf July and Stf percent,, per cent., Auiruat. lrtll, continued at 3 funded loan t MM i; of fundod loan of- - 1)7, 1M1 of IMItyOO; of SIMMS; of f TlJ.lK Julyloan of I'cbruary. rMA.iMl: nf of a and Aumtat. lV,l, loan or SltWSO; of a loan of July. loan of M irch. lS,tIO,Tnns of 9n,ii; of 1M4, of f;,60; of IMS, tvm; nf of IS04, SIXIJi): of 40.(XX):ofconaoUof 1M7. conwMot TO); of consols of lK glM.TiO; of Orojron war of refundlnircertlflcato, UW,iy: debt. ofolddemnnd, compound Interest asd other notes. tWW total, tliU,lT8,70a 86. Tho revenue for Iho preent fiscal yr ar, so mat arm csuinaiou, is as ioiiow for t: nub-11- 0 '. tn,Zi Ii, omro-twcntles- a t-- A....t nmlfniv ns ir.llm.lMlna ltlirwi min't'rA scpt.au, issi.1 or yoar. 7,4(E,7S 67 (13797,011 33 From customs. From Internal ror- cnuo ... I9,0J,07S OOl 90,377,(ei 40 Trom sales of pub- J,KE,63S 17 5,0070183 Ho lands From tax on Cir culation nmi (io-posits or Nation 1,537,800 M W12.1M 13 al Hanks From of Interest nnd lar Letters pat ent nna lanus. proceeds sales Gov't prop . .. erty.. From profits on colnaire. Lto From deposits for surveying pub- rtita lt.lt From custom!, ices, unci, etc... From fees. Consu tinkimrrund Pa- Kl.OJO SI 2M.KH 73 8CW SO 1,478,940 49 901,303:2 21430,TM29 107,437 3,149,73d From 115,5ft: 23 77 54 030S 46 1T2.MX 31 lic lands From revenues of i tho District of 1,613,91! 01 258,017 99 Columbia. From miscellane ous sources.. 177,189 63 iS.310 3T Total rcelnts...lS3Veail.S17 03 217.033JH2 97 Tho nctual and estimated expenses for tho samo period are: f object. For civil and mis. For quarter XYt HitBialtL. endtdo- - Sont. ng T.U W, 1SSJ. act guartcra ot year, tat a. ual. j r ret ecllaneous, 1 n- cluillnir public buildings. Ugbt- nousos, anu collecting revenue. J1VR1.7W For Indians For pensions ltVWwSl. For military establishments, fortlflca-tlons, 51.11I.3T0 53 4,l!,fn 44 86 Z 53714,733 03 4S I 1 river and harbor Improvo- tnenu and arso- nals 13J1LS013 For naval estab lishments, in eluding vessels and raachlnerr. ' L M,437t7M 6T at Naval Vurds. For expenditures on account uis t ot uolumbla.. tor interest on pu t110 Uotlt Total ordinary expenditures .... Total rccoliLs.no expendiTotal actual and tures, Jual & and lraprovo-mo- nt 4,W,S99J I JxOOiTOOinl z,ll,163 39,702.703 190,037,909 t 1J3S.838 41 11,797,597 96 04 67 07,912,090 33 00 MtlmaUvl 313,000,000 SW,O0O,0OO 00 estimatod . .. Total. M.000,000 W Ktl mated amount duo Sinking . 43.810,741 07 Fund Leajlng a balance of 39.H3JM 93 TJIE ATIOXAL DEBT. yern;bero Mmho i1)ate;bocoo T '.' tne 1ere are eogont reasons, howo ver, way rapNsHonal tmlebteilness should not -, If tho rovenuo of tho fiscal year which will end on Juno 30, 1883, bo estimatod upon the basis of existing laws, the Secretary Is or tho opinion that for that year tho receipts will W.oai,(W0 In excess of ordinary expenditures. Including tho amount devoted to tbs Inking fund. Hitherto tho surplus, as rapidly as It has aooumulatod, has been devoted to tuo reduction or the national debt As a result, the only bonds now outstanding which aro redecinablo at tho pleasure of the Oov crnment are the throe per cents, amauntlnz to about rtt,0U0.0u0. Tho four and one-ha- lf per cents, amounting to two hundred and fifty millions, and the soven hundred ani thlrty-sovemillions four per cents are not payable until 101 and W respectively, ir the surplus shall heroaftet bo ns Urgo as the treasury estimates now la (Uaiturtlw thrs-- perccnubondsmay allMre." doomed at least four years before any of thi per cent can bo called In, four and one-hal- f Tho latter, at tho same rato of accumulation of surpliM oan Iwpaldiat BUtusMy ae4 Ma raoneyaMqutelto for the reslempSuB otth. four iter cents will be ta the treasWr mnaf pay-abl- e. . idly extinguished. Chief among them Is the fact that only by excessive taiatlon Is suoh, rapidity attainable. In a oommunlcatloa ,to d the (Engross at Its last ed that all oiclsu taxes be ntv llihod. except those ruU'lng todlitlllo.1 spirits, and that rjductlous also be made In the revenues trom customs. A itutuo has slnco been euaoted by whteh the annual tax nnd tariff receipts of the Oovenunent bare been cut down to (ho ei tout ot at least fVlJMO.000 or f WJ.nuO.08u. While I have no doubt that still further reduction! may bo wisely made, I lo not ad visa tho adoption at this session of any measures for largo diminution or tho National revenues Tlio results ot the legislation of' the last session of the Congress have not as yet bocoino suRlcIently apparent to justify any radical sweeping modifications of existing law, la taetaitwval which must elapse be. foro bo sisTeeM of tho not of March 3. IH.O, can be tialiiHoly asoertalnod. a iwrtlon at loast of the surplus revenues may bo wisely applied to tho long neglected duty of rehabilitating our-navand providing coast dofcnsei for the protection of our harbors. Tit NATIONAL CUUniNCr Tbl I a matter to which I shall twain advert. Immediately associated with thannaa-cla- l subject dlsoussod is the Important uue-tiowhat legislation Is neodwl reicwxHug the National currency? The aggregate amount of bonds now on dopoit In the Treasury to support :tho National bank circulation It about t.VjU.uuu,uuu. Nearly fcaAUuu.UHO ot this atsount already which, eouslsu of stated, aro narabla at tho tdasura nt tlm (Joverament, aud are likely to r callea la' be thus Ctvn, ninHT. Tho Fourteenth Amendment of the Constitution confer tho right of eltlenhlp upon all persons born or naturalized In the t'nltiil Mates and ubject to tho Jurisdiction thereof It was the special purpose of this amendment race to Insure to memtwrs ot tho colored tights.the full enjoyment of civil and political Certain statutnry provisos Intended to secure tho enforcement of thoso right hato been recently declared unconstitutional by thcSupremoCourt. Any legislation whereby Congress may lawfully supplement tho guarantors which tho Constitution affords for the THlt IXDIAN QITISTIOX. equal enjoyment by nil the cltltrns ot the From the report of tho Secretary of War It United State of every light, prlrllego and will be teen Hint In only a slnjrlo tnitnnco has immunity of citizenship, will receive my unthere been any disturbance ot thouulet con- hesitating approval. CiusTEB A. Antltcn. dition of our Indian tribes t mid from MexWASHt.taTOit, December 3, 1833. ico Into Arizona, by a small party of Indians, which was pursued by (lenornl Crook Into tho mountain regions from which It hnd come. Romantic InJeed. It Is confidently hoped that serious outbreaks will not OMln occur, and that tho Indian A vrrr remarkable tie his been which havo for so many years disturbed tribes r. from Cinclnnall to in Esstetn the West will horeatter romala la peaceable submission. It Is a story about a young fatrutr, of THE It ATT. I ngnln call you nttentlon'to tho present Ortcnbrlcr county, V. Va., wbo went twar condition ot our extended sea coast, upon to tbe Itle war letting a wife ami llltlv which are so many largo cities whose wealth and Importanco to the country would Intlmo boy at home. The soldier wi csplute J at of 'war Invito attack from modern armored ships against which our existing defenslro Clilckamsuga and sent to Andtrsonrllle, works could giro no adequate protection. Shortly afThese works wero built before tho Introduc- hi wife hearing he wat dead. tion ot modern heavy rilled guns Into mari- ter the home wat burneil, the wife and boy time, wnrtare. and !. they aro not put In nn clflclent condition, wo may easily lw subject-t- o sent (o Cincinnati, where the mother waa humiliation by a hostile power greatly InIn her ferior to ourselies. As germane to this sub- compelled to go ont to service, anil ject I call your attention to tln.lmortanco of extremity placed the child in in orphan perfecting our sabmarino torpedo defenses. From here he wis taken by a It Is no part of our policy tocrcato and maintain a navy able to cope with that of the other great powers of tho world. We havo no wish nerolest, rich man, who reared hiw in luxand the p333 whtchwo for foreign ury, educated him, and died, hiring lost havo so long enjoyed Is in no seeming danger of Interruption. Hut that our naval strength all his wealth, leaving the young tnin penjhould bo niado adequate for tho defense of niless. The mother had gone to Co ring-toour harbors, the protection ot our commercial Interests and the maintenance of our naKy., to live, having lost all trace of tional honor. Is a proposition from which no her child. The father relumed from the patriotic cltlien can withhold his consent. the rosT.ir. BEnricE. battle-fiel- d to find his home devaslittd and conTho report of tho Postmastor-Oenern- l tains a gratifying exhibit of the condition and hit family gone, he knew not whither. In Increasing branch of tho rirospccu of tho committed to his care. It appears a long icd fruitless teirch for them he that on Juno 31, KO, tho whole number ot found hli wy to Xevidi, where he rapidly Post OIHees was 47.103, of which l.stl were established during tlio previous fiscal year. The becime rich in the mints ind removed lo number of otlicos operating andcr the system of freo delivery was 1st. At these latter office San FriEcitco to become a banker. Ore tho jtostage on local matter amounted to 01, l.021.S94 5.a sum exceeding by tho country. day a young man answered an advertisecost of the Carrier Service of for a clerk. It wis tbe banker's ton, Tlio rato of postage on drop letters passing ment through tlieso olltces lsnow flicd by lawat two who had gone west ifter his foster firtber's cents per half ounce or fraction thereof. In offices where tho carrier system has not been deitb. A recognition followed, ind to adopted tho rate Is only half as large. It will complete the story, shortly afterward n .baruuiimbcrodtluU lulSCa, when freo delivery was first established by law, .tho uniform old war comrade of the banker' came In, single rate postage upon local letters was ono cent, and so It remained until 1872. when la purely by chance, of course, to get a chick Uiosecitleswhero'earrler servleo was informed tbe banktr that his wife It was Increased Jn order to defray Iho cithed, espenso ot such service. was alive and where the tired, and father ' Jt seems to me that tho old rato mar now. wlthproprlety. be restored, and that, too, even and son started at onc lot Covington, at the risk of diminishing, for a time at least, where a hlliful reunion look place. The the receipts from postage upon local letters. I can see no reason why that particular class accompanying statement that "at hi re' ot mall matter should bo held accountable for the entire coat pt, notonly Its own collection quest tbe bankers namo ia suppreertd" is and delivery, but the collection and delivery coccluaive that as a tews Item this, tale of all other classes, and I am conrJdcut after full consideration ot tho subject that the. re- ean scarcely put forth anv claims to ere duction ot rate "would be followed by such a growing accession of business as to occasion dence, but its Ingenuity of plot, il con but slight and temporary loss to tho revenue fluency and its naturalness warrant tbe of the Post Office. TEXZaiurn. conclusion that a great, though possibly an Tho Postmastor General devotes much ot bis report to the consideration, in Its various as- embryo, novelist is disposing of hit talents pects, of the relations of the Government to the Poat. telegraph. Such reflection as I hare been ablo to a newipsper. to irlve to this sublM?t since mv last annual message has nbt led me .to change tho view Tne biooest orFWt yet. By an ir which I there expressed In dlasontlng from the rangement with the inthor, Mr. W. T. recommendation ot tho tben Postmaster that the Govemmont assume tho same Price, whoe busmras will not permit giv control over the telegraph which it has alway Ing his attention to the work', we Have te exercised over the mall. Admitting that Its authority In tho promicured control cf his beautifully written, ses Is as ample as has ever been claimed for II f of It. It would not, In ray Judgment, be a wise uso printed and bound book. "Th of that authority to purchase or assume tho control of existing telegraph lines or to con- Oeorgo 0. Birnes." It contains C33 pages struct others, with a view of cnteitnglnto gen- and form a' thrlllingly entertaining story cf eral competition with private enterprise. Tho obloctlous which may bo Justly urged against tbe stirring events in tbe life of the loved and either ot these projects, and Indeed against any system which would require an enormous earnest evangelist. The retail price of tbe Increase in the Civil Service listed, do not, however, apply to some of tho plans which book It $3 SO ind it is cheap for it alone, have lately provoked public comment and dis- but wVs retailed toetferit and the' cussion. for It has boon clalrawl, for example, that Istebiob Jocemhl one Congress might wisely authorise the Postmaster General to contract with soma private that amount, or both for the price of one. persons or corporation for the remission of Thia puta the hook In reach of everybody mossages at specified rates, and under supervision. Various such schemes and those wbo have complained of Us of the same general nature, but widely differ- price can doton more. This offer Is good ing In tbclr special characteristics have been suggested In the publlo prints, and tho arguto old as well as new subscribers. Recolments by which they havo buensupportod and opposed hivq doubtless attracted your attenlect, our paper and the book only f 3 50. tion. Itlsflkolythat the wholo subject will bo considered by you at the present session. The increase in the cotton yield in Geor In the nature of things it Involves so many questions of detail that your . deliberations gia for tbe past ten yests t nearly 100 per would probably bo uldnl slight)-- If at all. by any particular suggestions which I might now cenl, or 311,411 baler, submit I avow inr bellof, however, that tho Government should bo authorize by law to Witt Awake Dru&ittl. e over exercise some sort of Musts. Tenor & McAllsUr art always allit lo telegraph communication, and I express the bopo that for attaining that end some their business, sod spare ns pains to 'secur th measure may bo devised which will well re- best ofavsry article la Ibtir Ha. Ttity bassn- ceive your approbation. cured lb szency for the celebrated vr. kiDfs THB KOBMW QUMTiajf. I atf oouvlnced that polygamy ba.s ittw, DlscpTry for Consumption. Th only cer- -, become so strongly Intrenched in tho Territory Coughs, Col Js, ot Utah that It is prorltles to attack It with tsln cure far Consunjptlon, Sronchltlr, or any sf- tTever, anr but tho stoutest weapons which. . Constitu I rawer." IUoftIi,ThroVaDdX4in(H Sold on a.fipsm' tional legislation can fashion. (Rierefore, tsie repeal of tho ut upoiitrlilcbthe tulrsDti. Tils! folHsslnt. mamrsiss.s'i. exlsilug government dvnd--tu- p aMunipUos uy tne national legislature at two enure po-- . SAM cstAfe.' Ilttpalrnntrnf thn Ttrrl4rv. asd PKOKtSSIO.ttb lishment" of a Commission with suili powers anddutlcsrjshallliodelogatedtolt by last, AOlllCLLTUIUL 1HTEKESTS. . w, asowa, sm K. sraoaTT. Tha Department of ..Viniculture I accomplishing much in too. direction of the agriculBUBDETT ft BHOWK, tural development of tho country, and the report of the Commissioner, tit tug tho results AT r.A."V of his Investigations and experiments, will bo Ulljr Jtf. TERNOrt, KY. found Interesting and valuable. At his instance a convention witslutely held at Chicago. The prevalence of pleuro pneuinasila T. w. Tasaea, waiwea a. was andotbbrctatulousiUscaMSofanltiiM . VABHOH, T. W. m one ot tha chief t oplcuf discussion. ATTOltNEYH A.T X.A.AV, AOommltteeof tho Convention will invite ' in lures tlgatbur tho cause of arivman. KY. itsirs. tstose diseases und providing isulAod fur tlidr Oft in Owslsy A Son's asw bulldlog-- up to the improval of loth Houses of Csnrvss. The rlniiso of the Constitution upon which must depend any law regulating the Presidential succession, presents also for solution paramount Importance These questions relate to tlio proper Interpretation of the phraoi "Inability to discharge tho powers and duties of snld orncei" our organic law providing that when tho President shall suiter from such Inability tho Prcsldxntlnl oftho Vice President, fice shall devolvo who must himself under llko circumstances give place to such oflleor as Congress may by law appoint to net ns President. I need not Ihto set forth tho numerous and Interesting Inquiries whlrh aro suggested by Theywcro theso words of tho Constitution. f ully stated In my first communication to Congress, nnd have since lieen tho subject ot frequent deliberations In that body. rtr tautest crenitit thBrmef Ts rrls A ttsm-if- nlht Anlnt a ftiieral bntchsr Imilnsss, has illssolr-.M- r slice rHettKHMivEs ricr.AR. larrls ha las sold his Intcrnt la Itcubenv mv. n, v, worrtson, Bupwlntse Jont. Wllllsuis. Th new arm will b Wllllsmi A ArTIST.-I- lf. J. M. IsaocB, IWef. BeftleM The Cheapest an4 Seat Family Ncwrpaper In and will rontlaus tiuslness al tha asm itsnd, nrlced aad Kotulk I South, wher w hop to rtctlt aeonllanaaee el th asU Pray M MMa rsry Wssw4sy pstrooscs alten lo Ih eld Im, ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. sVK.amir WMt.l.IAMH inAt MAMSKV. All th Ifsws Aermitnrst Ppsrtmiil-CMMrs- a'l hy It. Corosr Ccmrtsl C'ItHiWj-WoriA- tp guiu r, COMMERCIAL. jjvk, Ksrcrw-Spukl- laa How Firm. ltim-se- CHEsVHI WatTtt. a Jtl. rrtr, M. TlfTriD18T,llOUTII.-Ra- v. Morrlso rlf s lose rtry rlunday moralng escepl th third, Prsrsf Meeting avcrr Pcnwrt A. a. jawvnsy anaas. sy a.i..LunU.uJ by IH. Btorus, INTEKSTrfffi, INSTWtGTIVE, 701.1 sad Tung Un jl aruEnnm offza "THE tilt. USEFUL, aWrlbatoc'lt. Stanford Female Collect. NTAM'OKl. KY. With en Second J. sad Fourth Iord's says. Band; School atiW. Jos, mt.nats, HattlBlsiliwt. I. R. PKHtBYTRMAN, SOUTHBev. H. Jo McM. rVhool at W. Kcut, riuelui4at4 Oatoa rrarer XMf oa Wsdnesday night. e dky, cvrssti W. ry a Full Carps f Teachirs, ALL THE BRANCHES OT A This Imlllutlon will open Its Thirteenth Session onthttd Monday In Bcrteralxr otit. OPERA HOUSE, RTAMF08D, KY W. P. WALTOW, - - Prejwleter. 8lto(Stnjs;j0lM, Eliht cotnoUtenetsol Bcsa ry cV.tliig rapaelty, Including fslleey, sae. Kessonatls rstes lo good attrattloe. Addrsst as soot. IVpsl.tr trraa I li m,, itHn. i,rii.w. alls leiiiiIMI.tltI, A Illt r.n. K.I.MUh,.10(lj.r. Diploma, h,,IJI.r.ll Ururglsl'Ui'onsii A . Alt's. THOnOUGHENGLISHCOUHSE An tauf ht, a wll as MDSIO. THB ZsANOUAQBe. DKAW. INO AND rAlNTINO. TERMS MODERATE. rtfulsr Prrsrtmeau. rrlnsrr,T2; Inwrmtdlat so; lrparstoiy , ise, ana tiio(isi, see. In Tuition. Mires rant from IM to K0 In Ih tsllif llt.T. So itrrrarstl., uv rfsrfapiiifwrmstk. I n STORK OlfZ--Y Tt Csm, THE COMMERCIAL fOft SWlls Win Kw Wststknrr Wstrh, wrfsct dnrsl Is snd wirrtfiMt Ia llm.. r.KTA!l,r!CKTUU VrottLDOTER.WJO. 93.SO tint, f?lta kp ONE YEAR aa fa. III a. ' ror SV. aa iwimcuiwps mm av rwamt taiijt s.IJm auuitx MHH. N. V. THIJr.HKAKT. Prlucllial, ntnanr. uacew uo., .,( .(Ds4 a, 'MONON KOUXJK." Louisville, New Albany & Chicago THE WATCH FOR GttLY .E0, THE FOfl THE PRICE OF 01 E. Tbs Wstf rtmry Wslch CompAny hss s ICitWnl ebsp Wslch In lb WofM, Utloa for uskla th tea aot cat Is srst rrou th rsctory wlthosi hatlsg ror lx dsjs sad ers full? r.cnlstsd. II runs V bonis with oa srin hag, and will Issl for vsrs. TtUUlh.lsrtu.fs Wslch, lb Miner's Wslch, lbs Labom'a Wslch, lb Dxt's Wttch, I he School Uirl's w stcb u rsct, tscrsbCTirt Wslch, or mony t'foa rsrif of S3 S by rcfistrrrii lb Wstch will b rsrric-- l bf msil or oimvss rrdr,chsriM with rc.rll, and tbs COUUKBUAL willb BuUol rcsululy for oos fear, fsU rrc. ANO TWO IHrS tst tn tfs. FRANCIS Pullman HOTEL. FORMERLY ST. ASAPH, la Till Railway. LINE RUNNINII O.V.V PaIaco TO Cars! AND ttOUD TRAINS- - lllr LOUISVILLE Rrxciai. Notice. CHICAGO ANOTHER OFFER. to n, Tor a Club of twslr SahMrlbcrs U thi WKKLT CnMMERCUL sot tuov lbs sli.r an of tkoClob wtllbtrrwBld,sllchsrjr rcspsM, wllh oo of lb Watch, wlucb will oost si JOauf w here sad efcriwhcro. Bond for inapt cootts sad go U work, Alfeoos 8XlNrOKI, From bssemenl - n. KY. THE COMMERCIAL, HatlBj had this Hotsl IIdi.u Isks Ih. .r.olog trsla of th "Manoa Rest" od t through to UrceacAitlr. CrrVferistTlllr, Latbretlo ssi :iiUfco rrHheat vbaajie. TIMETAt aTATlOSa. Ucaochotl. A raswsigsrs Iron th Knox N. H. H. arrlf In.Ujwl.flil LOUttVILLE, KY. con-iuos- MUNK & CO , of the Frtcmnc Autnirax, con. linns to act as Solicitors I'ntonts CaTral. Trad Marks. Coprrtahts. tor tbe Lnltcl Staus, Cansdn, Knaland. France, Uennsny, etc Hand ll.xk about I'su-nl- j sent rroe. ltcntsoblalncd thmuh MUN.vA CO. ar nollcvd la tb Srirvrinc Auuucak, th Unrest, Nut, and most wlJelr rlmilslrd nclenilae raprr, M.3J PATENTS rr AJiilllcs.stfflcc.a.lllroJ., few York. Uofiirnlshca and llellttca totsrrtt, llly. - bsilyr 101 pra 4 Lv. LsulttUU Arr. I luiciitl Ib Keep It In h Strictly rirMt-ClHIKHHHcr, And losr nolhlof nndon that will til to Ih COMFORT " " Chicago Ursj.tt.- Crswftirdivllls lreocU..... tolaia ,, 2 OS a in 2 lf)su 201 pu llliu un IWia I'Wpn II at 12 OF MY GUESTS. oSVrtd jraslnrs sad InlrrrMlnjinr. Mrekir wlrndia In. formation, tsrectmc n copy nf Ih NclrutlBe Aisrr. lean sent frN. AddnwaMUNN A CU, Kiunillt Commercial Travelers Ar SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS To pstroalt mo, as I Th most illrrct roulo. wllh ooly s thsng. f rarsataall vlnu la Wlnnsi.lt, MUmwIs, Iowa Nebraska, Ac. For lurtaer latmnatisa, ddrs MURRAY XKLLBk, II. r. A.. UuUsiU. Ky uSICCiiAMI'LtlUOOUd, hsi stsry eesvenlencsjuch Ac., for their Fire, Lightning &Tomado u. ixsch.ixce: Seven'First-Olas- s Baggage Traniferred to and from the Depot free of charge. YV.N. rKAXCIN. OlTmcilL THB GREAT Companies. I cstab-Hehe- d LOWEST BATSS ti:-4- J .. VHIUVS, .ttrf.,,SUnfard. mmmjM omo fly. East Through Trunk Line Kentucky's Itouto CARTER'S Th only tin running Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS Wim wt Ctiaage po-ita- CUBE dent to apJlou state or thiittaa,achaiM-vines- '. IStssn, Drowslnrvs, ulstrrss after cat Ing, la th Side. Ac. Walla their nsest rsmtrkV able success his beta shown In coriaj . Rcadsehe.TrtCsrtn'sLlttlalJverrQlsareeiiQsIIy velnahle in Constlpatloa, rarl&g and vrevrotini; this ssBorins cociplalct, while thcr also correct all disorder of the stomach, stlmulat the liver and rcultte tha bowil. Xrca IX they only Caxcd A SOLID TRAIN FBOM mi y llh Swd UnltiW SHORTEST AND SICKEST" ROUTE raoat louiirtLu to thi LenUTjiIc,G'iHclHHHtlHHdjLrx luKteti, Ky., SOUTH & WEST Atllt, EnTsastb, Jckotll., Mohlle. sad N.w Or Is.as. BEST R0UTE:T0 FLORIDA la Tala Qon-cr- WASHINGTON CITY. CoBSKtlng In sam l.y jMf'rL CARS xs.inV. RsA,'Mtgomsry, 'itViuVhi's. SICK depot with tut trains lor isrT77 The Direct ,, Soate to Yoris.. Lynchburg, Cars Wlthot Chsag. la PsIm Cars whkeet ebaag. Dan SHORT LHIETO THE Troas Uh. Hie FMIRRINTC ville, Norfolk. All Virginia nnd Worth Carolina Seail-Week- ly tar Ache they weald b almost prlccles to ths who eoart.r from this dWresslsz cumplalnt; bat f orta-Bsttheir goodne dors not ndhcTe, and thos who one try theta will lad these llulsplll jsl v able In o many way that they will not be wullag WilowittoiittMni. tat after all sick sead HEAD ACHE -- fomta. CmiUnAn I O rec.lv iw Jis Agssti ol tbl CVmpsnr far islre, routes A or win. C.p.'AIIIOBi'.fi.P.eVt.A. pli rat. EAT sthirhm;ath lo cl this road win Louls.lH. Ky. " For tickets and further Information, aonlv to your Beaseet ticket oSc, or address JAHEft ;. KKNNT, . Usal. Welrn Aseat, W Kalaftt.. LouUTlU,Ky. KENTUCKY ,30 CENTfltLi. BT rAB TO I O.W.RM1TH, (l.n'l Maase.r. Wchataad. VtrgtBta. H. W. FDI.LEB, (l.n'l rtH'i Aft. s -- THE M08T DESIRABLE ROUTE 1 suiic-rrlslo- Inter-Stat- la th base cf so many live that here Is when we tnak our treat boast. Ocr pills car it while other do not Ctrter's Utile Urcr T31S are very small and very easy touts. One er two pill mik a dose. They ar strictly and do not crip or punt, bot by thtlr (cotle action please all who ussthem. InvlsHatMcrals; flee foril. Bold by dross1 say where, or seat by staiL CAKTEIt MEDICHfE CO., Sew York. Bepreientatlra Nswipipsr of the ftesth TUE WEEKLY .- Alul dl.lA.II SltA nut.1.. t...... . .1 does, Ism chug snd superior sccowmodsiloos to CINCISriV.ATX. Courier - Joui'iial AN ORGAN OF - TAKE THE- - Live Issues, Living Ideas 01 i MISSISSIPPI roa tux I W. As Exiuv Or sstdai a trip la aay dlrwtloe, ywlaUfnt will b Ul smd by pNAiutB( ysr lleket vl .. u, saa LiaciBaH. imhbmo rat Cue: Kh gaal Nw Day eotchs., and hsBdsorady furnished Rclinlng Chtlr Car lorat th unsuld ulpmnttof this Old RsllsU. thrby tu.klog trip oser Ihls Un on ol luxurious ooiafort tad ' pltasur. Try llv TU1B TARLE. IMECrfiCTNOYRKBERm liSS Tim herein Is 20 mlnuUs slower thin tins bcrttoror glrca. eons Missouri. Iowa, Kansas, Texas, iMjioru). 3iortnaia4 WssU. Ja fact, If yu MONOPOLIES, 0LI6ARCHISM THE SFIBIT OF SUBSIDY! As embodied Id Bouth. No.. 7 10 10 No.. 2 to 4 I No. H, East,West and IVorth Arr. i'sils Lv. Cflngton " Fsluouth " CrnthUu. ATTOIINEV8 W-B- vv( Loulavllle T-.w- ! to a Lt. Arr. l'sris.. Lexington.. I'.rla. - w yourco-oporuUo- h wiiumiess taaii tuuryears. unless meantime tho surplus revenue shall be dlutntihod. CIVIL SIUV1CC OOXWIMION. Thu probable etfcct of such an extensive reI am persuaded tsutte egocWof the Clrll Ostce MSooth aid ttsin JHrtet, two deer shOTS tirement of thu securities which are a basis of th the National llank circulation would bo such Service Hill have thus tar proved beucQclal. FursJilWous Hot!. Oa tdulslsUrsl wka r- - Cblesgo and th only lloegtslDJ Its patrons aJ2-nOxM a coutraotlou ot tho voluiuo of the currency It practical method appear to lie adequate rid along th shore of Lass Michigan. 4HM. at to produce grave ooiumorolal embarrass-mou- for tlio ends proposed, und there ha been no For tickets, rat, time, maps, dc.. apply to How can tho danger be averted T suriouidliBcultlesncarrylagtbemliitoeacet. a jicssi jsstsi oi couorciiog line ur ajurvs Hlnce the Wtlr of July hut uu person, a far The most effuctual plan, and ono whose adopDR. W. B. PXNNY, k. H. BROWN, bouthrrn I'astenaer Ait.. been appointed to I tion at tho earllust praolleable opiertUBMy I tate am aware, ha ta the claaslaod portloiu 8. .Cor. Fourth A Msla Ms.Louisslll. publio mnioe Duatlxt, shall heartily approve has already bows W. B, 8HATTUC, W. rEABODY, thertor at any of the department or at any W. STANFORD, KEKTUCKY. U thii ruveuue of the next touryoa Agt of the post oMoc and custom district abate Uso Otn'l Manaaer. shall be kent aubstantlollv miaiiiAiitiirtlit named except those avttuted by tho Cautnts. hour 0corritoW.8. lyth.' store. ees les d with the expense, the votutae ooautuwot on the basis ot from S toll aim, and I letr.w. Aassthf slon to be the will not lie likely to sutTor aur uittorlal Atsnt, Ubsaoe.Ky, J. V. HILL, ' ItSMjr.J Um eiaailuoa beW (q oeatenaltjr to the nilclstMtdwhta Bccussary. ' cusu. Ki prevention roitsww.' '' la my last annual Message 1 called attention to tho necessity of protecting by sulublo legislation the forests situated upon the publla -domain. v . pursuit of tho In many portion of only West thopracticable general agriculture! mado a ty (urtto Irrigation, tNbllesucccesful would be Impossible without the aid afforded by forests In contributing to the regularity and constancy ot supply of water. During the past year severe differing and great loss of property bare been oowuiouoa by profuse Hoods, followed by periods of un--' usually low water In many of the great rivers Of th country. These Irregularities were In great measure caused by th removal from about tho source of tho streams In question of the timber by which the water supply hud been nourCourts. Will 'llie vrvserratleu of (ions a ersctle hi tbs ottctls ished ana promoted, spsclaltyi OsSe la Court-boutsuch !ortlon ot the forests on the national doesseutlaliy ooutrlbuu to the equable main a TjIh HUFriiAV. now ot luiortant water courses of the highest consuquunce. ' 1 ruoToioer Ira ' LtScaitrr Ha no tuperlor as a great family and political LOUISVILLE lo 3m bT.LOI'IS sod tlaWest, paper lath nwspspr world. Its circulation Is Arr. rJUntordJuac M. Noam, PBVTON. . Northwest snd Boulhw.st. with Palsca hlcenloir Jf.l.VV TIMES LAHOJSH A.-AJj-Can on nljbt train, LouIstIU to ht. Louis. uTvi.-iiu- n any political nswspaprr la th Soulb, and Is Lt. eHaiifsrdJuasI Than Lancaster Ia tha (3uirts OS usweist anu u- Will nru-Ilxcelledtiy but few la th United btal. It con-ti- tn Hlchuood- iolnlag eouotle and th ajsiaerler Ceurt and Court each week th most rouipltU summary of ' WiBeharin- rot AbpmI. 8tMlsI sUeatiAi ft res to collection. th news of lb world, and II oditorlil columns arr, Offlciow FlutHstUaslIsaak.l rrK..i ar always (Henry Waltsrsoo, Editor-tn-Chlfr0"! LOUISVILLE to . INUIANA1-OUS.CUILv. bUtitIII n.l sbl. strong and bright. Among th ALEX. ANDHRBON, ESPECIAL FEATURED C'AOO and th Kotlb, with isrllsl....... Cotebss and MUUrshurir ArTelraphle BtwcUls from all lb leading point Chtlr Cars through without chs-- . A.TXOIIW33V A.X X.A.AV,. In th United tftalss and Europ. brll and Bh.rl Air. pAvyiujn xx.i, 4 H it eHorte, Talinsn's tssrawns lb. dsy alter d.lls.ry Lt. LOOK AT THIN J Wilt practice la th Court of Bojls sod sdjolaioi In Urookljn Tabernacle., Market Reports, Issh-Jo- a " l'ils-..-- .. Tbe MS p. m. Esprss (ilatly) from Loulislll tooaUM aud Is tbs Court of Appeal. Htock Kpons, Answer to Utters, bloeDlsa: Lais fiou AauIstIUs to Wsw CorreMundeoU'Turf and l Trl.'7i7i.r Uspartuisnt, lotry and IJpsrt-m- nt 1-York without change, anislsg al Washington l CrntbJn..Z tur Children. No Horn in the Country J. B. TI8K. p. ui, dsy . .(WVUIIlM- -saoeUt be without It. Arr, OsrtBgtoaJ.. And r out CbSDS. sndthHrth. Iree tarlor Cart to Clnclanstl snd Pslac bleeploz Car to Cincinnati. Washington, Usltlmors, PhlUJelphla and Mw York.wlth. W - LOUISVJXLE a'rom v....... ... uw .. wsm That Thieving Tariff THE Lt. MiUersburg. rarl.. Arr. AtsysTllla it p a Ilia lllpu ii wpaisws a. ou p M a io 5 00 p ns II 00 a ml 6 00 p m S I) an sua at pro ;, tUllsl.. RIchniood- SMpta S 10 ns WEEKLY .i. 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Faliomh7 0Q pu 8 In sJssnnof other Hoes, thtrtby securing taor suUcrlptlon si owr Iowt club rat 11.10 Tor No. Lv. rslwouth M a b Air. v. 7 M u subscrlDtlona. Yaelr 'sahacrlDtlona oalv J liins ror lasting ensng oi cars ton tcuiug nrsi vearlr can b rcltd at this rat. Our Uriut lor Ism No. snd 4 dally btwta- Rlchuosd, Ltxlngloa choice of KU In cars of counectlag Unci. In4ranoof other lines to Indianapolis and than a year r SO It for tight mouths; 74 cent Dstly. il IMlB SMpa lllsn IHPU It Ma m Mb 1M , IS 2 0 p b., 7 0 a sal 2 00 p ia, s n dv p lu, I 7 Ma m IM p pu, a a cents for three wombs. for six months; A, tempi, copy of Weekly Cturltr-JvunIs swt ft of charge lor catuiinatlop on ppllcUoa. Liberal cash ceaiialssioa allowed ca.nrsM.rs, sni ouifiiseni idcui irvwoicuars. rrctldenl)Courlr-journai Special Rates to EmisraHts. G. W. BENDBB. OK0. H. jsors W. N. HALUKatAtr. Ut a Twit Forttckts.ratHM4 lafww.W. pwrMatcgto Urn, coBBwtloa. Ac, ctll on or Un W. B. McROSERTts, Aobiv. lodl-cate- Co., Loulssllle, Ky. iot lltttw 4jjjia rtnftr DetBeenlo wuj. a&d ht Itw liopwtstMdMLclM'l rsa. O.L, BBOVVN, A Aft. ' McKINltm'i'ssilrt. ft t. Aft. M "- V