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Semi-weekly interior journal: December 25, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883122501_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: December 25, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. v I I Bemf Heelto -X.-NUMBER Intelwf 25, 1883. rtm. Tun Interior Jouhkai. edy mtfiiftL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER VOLUME 510. MT. VERHM STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. DECEMBER BmitTMEtiT. 8AtkHB C0UNTT BEPAH1MENT, 200. St W. xti-l&rt- kli luttriirji w nal etfrnirrwHt cruet K WAL1BM, teMtit rmfTv M.OO Friany, lmil "I kMfJ tbt Wilt en CkrMnMdar, Their lil fanllUr ctrralt pity, Ani llil and iwmI The wenli rtpott Of pttetonMrlh, wt wilt temto. And thoujhl bow, Majn) bfJofin B. fhh. LancaHtr. Mlae Flcecle Cook willglre an entertainment tb! (Tueediy) erening In honor of Mla Lula McKinney, of Stanford. The children of the Chrlatlan 8onday School were each presented with anttabl Chrittraa gifto Sunday morniBg. A hort ettached to a buggy ran off Monday morning with a colored man named John Learell, completely demo). Uhlng the rehlcle and bruleieg the oecu-pan- t. Ab Daaie1,of Clneianatl, U in town. Mlwei Nannie Tucker and Kate VanMe- ler, of Winchetter, and Edith McKay, of Bloomfield, formerly teacher In Franklin InetUute, airlred Saturday to tpend a few daya with Miea Emma flood. A. O. Burnilde told 16 work mulct Friday to Wm. Baldwin, of Mayarllle, at $107.60 per head. Jno. QUI aold him fire at $190. L. F. Hubble nld a gentleman from Maryland 20 head of young mule at $70. They are to be worked in a larje iron foundry two rear litnce. W. Lowber will preach hit farewell eermon to tbe Christian congregation next Bunday. While laboring here he hit nfide many friend who regret hi departure. He will derole hi whole time to the religion Journal called Apdictic Church, publltbed at Loulirllie, of which lie it editor. Atthough County Court day, yesterday, wat dark and gloomy and tbe roadt tloppr from the heavy rain on the prevl-o- u night, a large crowd waa In attendance, the greater portion, howi-rer- , cirae to town to buy Christmas euppllet. Erery atore In town wa crowded front early In the morning until lite in tbe day and large auma of money paved orer the counter. Some calve on the market brought S14. John T. Illgciabotbani bought tbe Brown property in th North Witt corner of Pub-li- e rqoare for $1,205 and will erect a large bueinem house next Sprlug. The Petlua t bid property waa not aold. The waiJGO per acre but wm withdrawn. A few muletand scrub horaes on the market that told at average price. hit-hea- ANNUM Wbsa paid itrlctly la tdraact. If we lint U wilt a Him, M.IWwltf We ebargtd, Tht Ixlfilncf all CbrliWnJom i Ibtdarbtil (oat, ttem The v emniNr rellrJ along , Tb tnbrolMi Of ptice on earth, will to mtn. H4 events. for the edu. by KetitHCm cttlea of th tW list 78 (amitee, Oct, Mo E wry im renoailniteJ IntHolloo the IiOuMhm deaaooriiU os th Sret ballot -- 8te4ahtfi Hate hare reduced IhlrJ- cmm Care from Euro te $96. A wir of rete. Mocey Iio plentiful la Xew York that It eaa be easily had at 2 to 2 cents per anauaj. Frank Jtmee ha been admitted la bHln lUmmof W.O03 ami will efend Christmas with ht family. Po)te Oftcer Conroy, of New York, who killed hi man with a club and pistol on Nor. 3, ha been aeateeeed to bt banged February 8, The Manias ef De and others of the JeartBellt expedition bare arrlred at Irkutsk. A multitude ef people followed the cortege through tie streets, CapUalUti frota Htauntoa, Va, pur chared 32,060 acre near Great Bind, Kan , paying lor It $100,000. They expect to ea. a colony of IHakarda upon it. The trial f the dynamiter retailed In conrlctlon. Fire ef theta hare been to iBiivrltonaeat for life, and tha other fire t (aprUonracot for atrea year. A lady gar birth to twlaa a few dart ago on the Cbieake A Ohio Killroad, They were both boy. The mother baa da elded to nine oee Chesapeake acid the olh. er Ohio. f Mu Sterling Democrat. The total number of dlttlllerlet in the country on Dec. 11 wai W5 against 350 at the ateae line last year, with a total dally product capacity of 289,000 gallone, agalaH M,e00 the year before. IMwtrd C Uitigh, a discharged atage carpenter of the CUiIbo Theatre, in Ntr Yorr, whe t 8 re to It wblte a large audience wm present at a ply, baa beeo aen tented to the penitentiary for rereti year. The BawjwnlHarer Mjaja orer Nltg. ra Kiver i''fitiflrofini4' fifth prti eM at tea"thuMnd peeptev. In ttrtlrgit twenty leeoraotlTe and enough loaded f'cara vera ruaaj( upon it to fill both track from end le cm,. The InUUni Deatooeaset OtAtrentloo adopted a platform declirtag hettllll to loHeteeBd allfjrm efgaaaWIng. oppos lag monepotte of aH Mad and declare IhttthepuMTcfcefewU'kfcewtd be brought ender the foatering care ef the cererament. There are 658 I matte In the Anchor-ag- e Aaylaea lamiU, wbee Mr cod the Bute SJ21,fttttr. Dttehf the 66 died and Maggie wiscfcasgtd aa cared. The has M tieate and exfr'sadWtlisVfer' the year were 'Till rlaetef, tloflor, oa Hi wty, Tin world nrolrrtllrom night todif, k role, a thlmt, A chint nl.llmn, O? petceoi earth, gwxl will lo mta. The Chrlttrai! Irre proniliee lobeatuccrii. It will be at the rcliool houee. Work on ihe K. O. R. R yardt at Llr Ingtton haa been autpendjd for a time. It will be commenced again in the af ring. II. II. 8ker, our ehrrlff, baa rettled with tht Auditor all the thetaiea for 1883. He ha paid the eauaty clairaa for 1832 and hat enough money in hla handa to pay off one of the county bond, which call for $1,000 tf el apalnet the crlmton tide of crime which It eminently wise. Though the ha been ccculonally made it ha lacked that backing Baw'sBaVllaBBBKVaaaalaaTSiikS 'itn which I ewenttal to It materialization. The plan I to have tbe incoming Legislature so amend the statutes a to not have acltizen ineligible a a juror simply because ha may hav beard or read of the testimony In ncisc. Nine tenth of the beet men in the countr are debaned rv. leg aa juror on account of thl senseles and pernlciou ruling of the statutes. Let Ihe law be so amended a to make a citi zen competent as a juror, who will swear that he can aad will do juatice lo defendant charged with murder or felonies, he tiny have heard the male- rial pari ot the testimony aa connected with tbe cate. We earnestlv trout (ha The original of thlt picture can be seen ialator in thla section of Kentnekr will at the Optra Houee to night. give this much needed reform in criminal trial their earnest and hearlrco operation. Bowling Green Gazette. tueta a For Rent! DESIRABLE 8TOKI3.KeK Usdtr the St. Ash Haiti, now oeciiell K. Wnrta. Cillonersdirett Or br K. M. d. HKXRY BA VUHMAJTn roHTMAlt. JOS. NEVIOKANCJje, J. Ltt of Chentalt, Severance A Oa., Stealer,!, with Er. . . M. ROBINSON fc COM K-V- Import." tn.l Jobbert of Drr Goods, NoMoat. M7, &S9, Bll taln 81ml, Cor. Sixth, LOTJieVILLE, l. MYERS HOTEL. S15LKf ORD. KY. . H. BURN8LDE, Propr rich. wa-te- li lab-lief- Monday wae Ihe ineanrat county court Jay we bare bad In along lime. The n were eo high the farmere coald cot ereea to gel to town at ueual. There waa no care of ImportiDce on the docket. The following la a llitt of marriage Inued by the Countr Court Clerk lnce lat report: T. J.Coflee, Jr., to Mia M, A. McGuIrr; Jame Steel to Mie Sallle Taylor; John Ilobert to Mia AIniira Sichbh; P. J.Crlnjtr to MIm Addle Hunt; M A. Klntor to Mit Kebrcca Keener; Tippieton Hord to MIm Lucy Ann Vark;' Z;lott Croat to Martha Lunceford; A. II. SoardtoMlMLiulellorat; Kidney Aibill to MIu Emily Bale; Jordan Norman to MIm Martha Jane Hurt; Henry Youce to MIm Mary Doydj V. W. Doyle to Ml.a Adalah A. Maddnx. Jobs P. Chanty to fUrah D. McKiaaer. Prof. J. W. Sherman, who taught achool herein 1873, it in town thla wrek. lie ha been tiring at Sttawberry Plaini lece th;t time. He It now trring to build an autdentr at that place. Mtn Matti Wltllamr, ol Loalirllla ia at home. MIm-e- a Zula Wllllama aad May Adamt, of are at home for the holldaya. B F. Myera and family, of Williamiburg,are eitlting relatlre in tblt rldotT. Hod. R. We Bofd, of London, la in Iowa to day. are glad to lean that Mewn. Iloeer A Dickey hare eecured aome good work on a railroad In Fennirlrania. One tunnel on their worL it 2,700 feet long. They will open their work about Ihe 15th of January. Metre. Wm. II. Spradlln and W. B.Crea ehaw will so to Naehrille tblt week. About the lit of January ther will begin to locate the line of the Cincinnati, Green One item of economy which the State might adopt It to ttop the payment of pro tan aalariee to Judge and Commonwealth white the officer elected to fill attorn tbeae petition are drawing full pey. Lut rear there waa paid for thla purpete aad in the year before $8,68 83, In each Tear aCemmonwealth'a attorney waa abteBlfrem hi pott enough to allow hti ubatitule to draw larger ealarle than that belonging to the poeitioa. LouiiTille Commercial There I a Jewlili penman in Vienna who write 400 Hebrew letter on one grain of wheat. In order to furniah the Emperor with eatitfactory avideaee of hi extraordinary aklll, he hat written the Jtwiah prayer for the imperial family on the narrow edge of an ordinary vuiting card. The aehoeaer Rutherford B. Hayet, of Gleneheeter, I upporeJ to be lout. Thlt mean aore.than the destruction of a cer tain amount of property. It mean eorrow widowhood and orphanage. A good deal hu been eald in the Iht of late about the earning of reeseleand It would aeeaa to ut like tempting Proridenca to go to eea in a reeee) named th Rutherford B. Ilaye. Oaeeral Pryor receired for hie aerrice In defending O'Doncelt, 3,000. A amall unexpended balaaee of the fund'goea to O'DonneU't deecrted wife. There waa a atreag fcellsg in the American eoloniee, in London and Pari adreree to the Interfer. eoce of the United State QoTernmeot in the cue. The abturdity cf the claim of doublt aatioaallly te declared to bare Beyer beeo more etrikingly llluetrated than in the appeal In behalf efO'Doanell. A boy near Paugbkeepete took tome paint and dre aad fixed up a dog to reeem ble an eaeaped menkgerie leopard. And of eeurte tb dog felt bid and, bunted up bt matter, and went to Muffing at hi heel, aad the aater weai up a tree o quickly that it absolutely aataanded the dog, who eat dowa to wait for the old man to deteend. It wae a cold day, tha wind blew and the bare braneee rattled, aad the man (hltered Bd kwere for half an boor, tHl finally thedeg barked, Mr. John Chrietopher, Thorn aa Henry Dueket and Mm Marr nsean, and Elizi-bet- h Jane Clereliad, all of North Logan, la paretteaee of a mutual determination to eater the married eeate, walked to town laet week, preeored a Heeate and eet afet for the UlUte hare the knot llel. They ealled anbtequMtly en Ktr. Weed 1111, wbow they fenad galaerlng eero, aad k- formiag him of their mutual deelre aad producing Ibe piper, had him oia tbeea tight aad feet in hi cowfltld.-RtHe- ell. The Frankfort Yeoman Is one of the This Old Woll mootheit sailing and most Hotol Still MaintaiiiB piper in the state. It looks on Ihe good High ids of everf thing and everr body, and in -- AND 7lifawaeJ4Taj. aaaaatv Its criticism cr public officials especially exhibit a dree of charity that I simply Iti Proprietor is Determined it Shall be Beoond to bo Comxtzr wonderful. In this respect it remind u Hotel in the State in its Fare, very much of the old preacher who wu noAppointment!, or Attented for hi goodneraof hvarl, and waa nevtion to Comfort of er known to tpeik evil of any man. He their Gaeti. wa frequently called mon to preach fu. nurarage will be eoare js to aid tram theiswet neral eermoos, and on auch occasions alrrte ofchiritt. Special aecoanedatltss te) ways manazed to sar asmethlosr rood end to Cammtrclal TrtTtlf rt. The Bar will he aliran ssppllt with tb eheleett nothing bad about tbe deceased, although hraalterLUaenai Clairs. he wa known to be veri conscientious aa 10 hi statement. One day be was called upon O officiate at the fnncral of Ihe Collegf. meanest man in the county one in who favor hi neighbor could positively lay STANFORD, KY. nothing. The minister made some gener al remark and then cime to the nrivti Thla little fellow got bit docking full of lit or tha deceased. "Brethren," he eald, good thing. With Full Corps Teachers, "the deceased wa a eood 1. wat a Thlt Institution will open lti Thirteenth flisliin wis a good mathematician) Richmond on the Id Monday In StpUmber next. d and Known its Reputation, ttat Stanford Female a ef ruraid. OmiUE. BOYLE COUHTT. ErantA Farris sold on Saturday, to I Thou. E. Wood, 21 butchercattle avenging I 1,0001b., at 4 j etnti. M. 'Wakefield and ithed without reinembulng what I had Wakefield A Ferrie abipped to Danville written?'' "Dj I know It?" renlied she. from Gallatin. Tenn , on S atusday, 23 head "Well I should say I did. Why, the very of 2 and 3 year old cattle, costing in Galla- thought of tbe idiotic drivel which tou tin 4 and 4 cents. Bruce & Harlan shipped last week to Barney Croseoo, of 14 head of good .harness horre. Return not in. Itobinton, the negro, and Webb, tbe while mtn, left oa Saturday for Cincin nati. They each bought a new mil of clothes and had oaaldirabla money left that they had "detected out of Gib John Ricketta, Henry Smith, Louie Faulconer and other respectable colored men of Dinvill. They hare not fingered any money yet belonging to A. 8. McOror-tSamuel A Warren or Henry Evan. Obi no, and day, monthi, yeara and agea will roll away before they do. Mr. Ake, the proprietor of tha CIenena Home, tent a respectful petition to the board of trustees en Friday night asking tbit body to grant him tbe privilege of In connection with bis keeping a hotel. He assured tbe board that he would not sell to College boy or other young men; to known inebriates or men already drunk. Ha promised to ohterre all the reetrictiona the law throwa around the sale of liquor and to keep only the beat brand, but the board di J not grant the petition. Phtlt-delphia, Do-ruy, bir-roo- "Do you know, darllnir" eald Ce after tbe honeymoon had been obscured by thee clouds of several quarrels, "when I used to write you love letters, began without knowing what waa eoinir to ear. and fin. ALL THE BRANCHES OF A THOHOUGHENGUSHCOURSE Ar Uaibt, it will as MUBIO. TUB LANOUAQEB. DHAW-INAND PAINTIKQ. O TERMS MODERATE. In Taltlon, prlcet rtoft from 128 to IM la to. rwulir Peptrtmentt. Frlmtxr, RR; InttnotdUU Kb; Frtparttoiy, HO, and CbUtgliU, 160. For raU ptrtlculm, at te Bond, Ac addrtsa HUB. B. C, TKUF.HKAKT. frlnertuO. Stanford. Ltaeola Co., bad tie audacity to write to me make, me tick." A Lexington man wa visiting a dry goods (tore iu Loulzville with his daughter when ahe etpied tbe elevator. Turning to him ah asked: "Whit's that, pat-t- hat tbing going up and down with aofya in It?" The old man gave the elevator a long, calm, deliberate, scrutinizing stare and exclaimed: Ii'a a telephontl Tbe firat I ever saw." Louisville Commercial. Mechanical doll are made that cry very naturally. One wa purchased by a Chicago mother and hidden in a bureau drawer to await a chance for a Chrittmat surprise. At midnight's hour the spring got loose, and the result wis (hit the father had aria-elighted ihe gas stove and prepared tbe nursing bottle before be discovered that it waa a false alarm. Kr. fr yr WeilaLtBWakm p. The AtHtert mfolitir ftat for the"nWVarteJuijr; 1, 1M3, tkWver paid out fayeirieet M white achool rt..t .U. nmr little fellow didn't. We hope there are none like hlni In town hi morning. A K.w York man ha aked for a divorea because a mustache la sprouting on bis .ir.V lint. As a rule. It maxe a man mui to have any muetache on hla wife' lip but Transcript hi "'' town " -- PKICE'S- Life of Geo. 0. Barnes THE INTEr.i0RJ0UI.NAL TOR $3.50. eervW of white teeehera, making the Slgatn were ,l8.n'aad $M0.S12.31 for eg- - eoat of Mppertlag the white entree All Begrewln Vifglala and llbaSaelp-p- i killed at the lart eleetlen. la the former fttate nine, and la the latter State Fourteen negroee were deeted to the Lelalature The.MrOOO negrwi totere In Ohio. were Boihklta.eWl osecof their. BSMiier to reprieeai abea.In. the Legttla-lure- ,, itt -- , Ail Bakib, who wae tealeaeed J9 the feal'teniUry for life at wetoa, for meetlnr with bla wife, on (he apot where her body wat found, and fired Ire ahotatato her body. She retired a'adaaked bloi fora' drlok' of water, lie told her the eheotiac waa aeoldeatal. aelt- A avceok and nuahed. her.aVsJl7h1list her, ", Thla ia telegraphed from Ohio, and sautt be taken with aomeallowaoce: Ilir-r- r DaeWbn. M beeesWe bWt' hreaer of Me dlnaocsirtWdUd'waiUBlf,- - wllhout mak ing kaowo where hwireaaure waa coAcenl ed. Hta wife, peajed eontIaaetly for twenty-fou- r heura that the might be direct ed to the aftet, aad hecexaained the tfwler eeA hl roll of beak bllle wa feuniyani under the fleoc of the barn fruM Jar, eonttlajag gold'oohi, aad a bwhel eaek full oaUw la . . .. Dr. K. iVJQMmu-- SupwinlenJeat of the Kutern I.wMfrfctfliiai baa made hie to GTaBor Knott, The toUl firtt number of patfeai now UBder tb(eatBjaet are wbke le 64. of wbtett awaber aaalee, M7 aee white emaU, 46 olofttf HaleeaeMl eoUr4 ranMlee. Dtirtng the preeen4 yea heri were'reeetred 191 walee and 7i femete. Tbeaseabetdieeharged ae reeerered wm 38 wale aad W reeaalee. The number who died waa M melee and. 21 femalea, aad on male eteapeJ. The (tal eah veeetfta ef the aaylum were $1M 741 4, aad the total expeadittttei $118,. arrmnejed bee-hlre-e. ejwin-fM.- OOO H ,, In his lecture on divorce Mirr. Canel asserted that Protestantism waa responsi ble for the Introduction of divorce Into Europe, and that the granting of thl privilege wa opeainr tie flood cites to sen. sualitr. Divorce, he maintained, destroyed ne nome ana thereby brought a nation Into decadence. Sfi WW bt ana 10 wr wlhoVortuir; k. ctntomcn ot It conttloi UlMlrtllooi. prices, detcrlpllont mj Hmtioni tor pUntln all TcVitUwfi-- i latitat race to all paeiit lt rB6 YerVlSi,?itt -- r ' "" I k.Bfeaeo. lie a repi -- m tnrn hundred aad three thoneaad gallon of whkvuy a day(Cbleao ought to get la a luHehnt' eupplf In Mtne for the WUh MTenleea IlKtioU dieUIIeelee lg wt one CeTewe, Tllhi Eatorprl, It la reported that our own sweet Mary During the past four rears Arkanait, FERRY Anderson I thortly to wed the Duke of Honda, Louisitnaand Texas hare doubled Portland, but we believe ahe ha too much their railroad mileage. The total mileage DANVILLE ente to tie on to a bloody Britisher. in the four elites now stand 20,049, gaintt 7,200 ten year ngo. and during the Senator Dwlght M. Babln, the new Chair man of tbe national republican committee, dread it it estimated that at least $300,- -' ha an income of $100,000 a year. His 000,000 bas been invested in these enlerpri hobby la boot. He haa twenty-eigh- t pair ia hie room at Watbiogton a pair for Education hat don wonder for ut. "A every year that he has lived. He ha a Brooklyn man lately advertised in the crett oa bla writing paper, II I two war time paper, for a female copyist at a (alary Minalacliirwa of ing pine tree lupporlmg a circular taw. of $7 a week and a servant girl at $13 a It he eueceedi inpuU!eg the next repub- month. To the laat advertisement he re Soak, Bllads, Wladsw lican candidate for President through, he ceived juit ohc application for the place; for will blossem oat with aooat-of-arth other h reeelved-o5- 4." and Deer Frames, Meld, A Wettera man aaya; "I know a piaao A linger In a theatre began to sing "For ia dreadful affliction, and a violin I worte goodness sake don't lay I told you," end lugs, Scroll Sayr than sixty daya in jail; but ae a reliable waa promptly hit with a rotten cgs, Who the banjo takes the firat threw that? the einger howled. "It wis premium. You can alike some melody me," cried a voice In the gallery, "but for piano without being obliged te goedaesa tike don't aay told you," This out ef a I Werk, lag aiag, but a banjo must have aa accompan- brought down tbe house. iment. And when a spavined banjo aad a Fleerlas;, While a lot of Italian were exhlb iling half-acr-e e voband and a daneiag bear in the streets of Springfield, cal organ oeme together, the result b gilt Dressed IitiBcber, Ohio, Thursday, tbe horse of a fruit dealer edged Woe, with a big W." named Augcatlee, became frightened, and t And othtr They were returning home from the rearing, fell over and broke hi neck. Th theater, and hid nearly each id her heme I tal in t were arrested and tbeir thow cob when th young man observed: Stcated. "Itn't the weather cold aad raw?" In Salt Lik Cily tb eidawalk ar She must have mteuaderateed him. twenty feet wide. Thii probably, I to Alt Bealtn Ia "Raw," ah eald, rather he!tttBgly. ''Yet, I like them raw, but," the continued, permit a maa' widow to walk abreast weetiy in hit eyes, uon't you id ot ia couple wbto going to hi looking think tbtr are nicer fried?" fuernil. Oil City Bllsxtrd. Call. could he What A 6Vm Dkciruy. Girl la a blue, Man la a rait. Girl That It dally brloatsg Joy to Hit beast e accusing Man eeafuslag. Girl eierme CH on u or writ for price. W itsf alarae Maa warm. Girl quieten attack Maa tbauuBil j laving mm; of thtlr ittsr ostt from ateek aad WI do oar beat te please you la ertee trie to talk back, Man refeatt(?) Girl 10 etrlr grart. Truly Is Dr. Klag't Nt Dtttov. aad qiulltr ot avattrUl. Qirl crlea-M- an lie. Girl try lor CbnsuuipUoo, Coughs, CoMj, Attains, beam Man schemes. Girl forgive, BroochltU,;Hty Ftrtr, Im ot Volet, Ttclllng la Man still live. Aad with two Irvine- - thl Throat. Ptlu la SlJt and ChMt.or.nr.il.. BANYILE.K PLAKIKO MILL C tickets, aa opera ttroml aad a pound of mm ef tht Tarsal sod Lusit. a tttlltTs cur aa the uusriBtteJ. Tiltl Boltlit tret, refular site oiramch), make blmeelf a solid at I'euay A McAllttcr'i. democratic: pUiform, u aaTU4,Xr. P.M. &C0.lSS "Without scrip or parte, or, Tht UtoaUta EriBttltst, OmrgtO. turatt. Tht Ulltory oa Consecrated lift, the Rteord of ltt Silent Thoughts tad a Book of Iti Public Utteraocts." Ocean; bound to btrtlled botrtli ind tinted cloth wtati tilt notlo on coTtn eao ttrtl enmrtaa; r Otort O. Bumrt: pbotofrcTlurt of Mult: mtn ot "the Vtnhhcd Cltj." 7 putt, 4 la tht front aad 3 In tht btck tj Irtrtt ol fie similes or tzact ta- Broduetloos Is tlxs and color ol Ink of the hr tht ETtnitlltt blmttlf la hit itooa-U- ln Bible, Illustrating; In a compact form his Faith. This book It a complctt hlllory or the man. The prirttt alarlct 200 pant rtretl the Inmost nature of thl ETinxtllit and ar made nubile for tha first time In this book. Tht Faith. Ueillnf chipttr t pt(t glret thl hlttorT, the trxument and all tb tlibllcal pautrta txirtocta Itlnfull. It Is a book that ihould be in tTtrr Kentucky home, and should certain bi owasl br sTtrr conrtrt of Ueorit Barnea. The book can bt obtained nowhcie eltt for leu thin JJ.0O.' Br special amnnntent with tht author, who haitnr lemotcd to Now York, haa lirj.l withdrawn sfi aten(rs,rhabook (HSO) and tbt IaTanoa JouaHat, (13) are offered togtthtr tar tbe price of tbe "lift of Baraet" tiont, the two) for tSJO. Address II'. I'. WA.LTX. Iataatoa Jocixax, BtaotorO, Ky. ftt; T THE BTJlsT NEW YOSK, 1831. tontout ofcur etUWfabmentdurlnj th pail IX umiiH. If jm wtrt to puts tad to tad all tht columrt of all Th. Hunt nrintadanl aold lut Tear ui would get teontlauout itrlpof Inttrettlsf lntjt- mollcn, common note wltdom. sound doctrine aad sane wit ItDgtaiuih to reach mm rrtatlaffHouas tquart to tht top of Mount Copernicus In the moon, then back to Pristine. Hesse square sail ef tbe way tack to the moos. then thrtt-quartt- ri again. Bet The Bus It written far the Inhabitants o PLANING MILL COMPANY About tlitj mllUon copies of Tub Suw haea n Jtn, r, WerkTara. Itke mowing-machin- CelllB,Watk rIerllBKt 1 Building Material FarmlHg Isiiiuber! the earthi thlt una ttilp of Intelligence woaU glrdlt tbe glebe J7 era times. Iter err buyer ef Tht Baa during the tut year was spent only oat hoar orer It. and If hit witter grandfather hit tpeot toother hour, thlt newepa-p- er bu afftrdtd tbt human race thirties theia-un- d yean of steady readlae. night and day. It It only by llttlt cakulationt like tbeae thai ws can form any IJta l tht circulation of tht) mott popular of American ntvsptpen. or of it lufluecot oa tht oplaloas and actloas of Amerleaai mtn and women. Tht Sua It and wilt continue to be a ntwspaf.it-whlctells tbe truth without fear o oeutqutaewt which gets it tbe IwU no Bitter bow mueb th proottt ooelt. whita rtpntontt the stwt of a! Ihe) world without wutt of words and In tht meat readable thtpt, which Is working with all He heart far tht cause of honest cottramset, saA whleh tberefere bttliTti that the lUpuUleaa par. ty mutt as, and sauet go la this eomlsg yatr of ewr Lord, last. If you know Tht Slu, ywi like It already, anj you wlU read It with sccua(wsl ilHteaee aoj proal during what is sue to be the mott tatttvst. log year to Fu hUtorr, If you do sot yet know The eua, It Is high time to get Into the inmhlas. TERMS TO MAIL BUBSCaMBBM. r In-t- ie TaestTeralelUloatolTheSuaareSMt by autt pottpald, at fellowa: B1H.Y-- M ceatia uoalb, U a ytn with. So. paata. Tbll edliloa furnUhtt thaeerreat atwiof the wotM, wteM aritVlet ef Mtmttoaallottttct to tetr;hlr, aad Htttarr HTttwsofatw uookieftlM highlit latrit. H a year. waBtt.T 11 Jtar. Blfhl paatt of tht beat matter of tht tbe oaUlttatti aa AarlcuHuralaH. parttutxuetuiUl value, spatial re. puU and IWtwy . eeUtUeo aid douttUe ruUWa-iw- et wake The Weakly Bun the twpuor fcr we fcrafr's boimhnU. Tuelubaor iu.ua la extra ctfy free. OAT arwUrfl S7 tfoltUT-Sa- .lt I. mt u. 1 Itt-Ju- "r?ttt HM m, rr. A.vwyA.TJt, rte wua, Yesk g ""iT, . au.AhJsjsi: 7 $tmi j$ltckl 9whbtbi y $it mrjiinwl iWMMwr wwt iw .. HtftTeW - rtrw jmg jolly rouxa kino. nr msTHmr mim of fiekaop OH of alet 3JM a fetter, so whrfct. MHho -- jaauary. ttsl mcrrr. Wbea old twHter Oocenter 14 low on hli birr, .AM Ma crown, jtom romemfeer, Awtllt MM A'lIC 1'MT. KIiht, as he JMslaa now mmlip tkatatepj M tfcroflr, bo win Monfi mhv A the faum of ten old rear, or mwij- or few. FwaoHirttnegar rouow not mean loue - a cthi Tto mw car. hrra's to tbo health ot tbo Bierrjr new Sat KII SteMatnio. loyrl subjects new Joysmaj ha brine Way tho mnntbs be so gU Rut tn bitarr mar Iwa ...ill bund In hand. mi nnvrwtitr jSSSd m nnd perplexity walkfrom tho land. Hoo J or "A nappy .tiow icar. Crfc nil mr January, J'mcHlritI rraberel iet nil hcarU bo merry. 1 Mf te, And o turn out , Tkat the New Yonr, you Ihnwgh be dally grows older. .ho trawr icrowt no. l tmkri with many n normw and leir. lenves bis throne, and there reign a MittnflbestoftHfaHi ecti Mid ts all, Jfcirv T). Itrtn. looking Tenant Christmas. The tbcroglit which goes Into a Christ-bhpresent wrought by tho River's ewB hands adds n value to tho gift Trhieh cannot bo reckoned in dollars and cents. Every ono realizes this. It Ja set posslblo to work for pcop'o with-abearing them In mind; nnd wo do set wiljjnj-l- y keep tboso in mind whoso presence there is not agreeable Happily, so many fngentotts minds aatl migcrs havo been at work in the test few years, that there is no end to the simple, pretty and artistic things that have been produced things which every woman with tho average tlegreo of skill can rcproduio as souvenirs for w H "dinner fa lumbers of make, and pleasant to rocelvc An appropriate favor is a cracker which proves also to fee a scent-sachand a Seaare and round pieces of pastoboard Then are cut tho size of have oa each side a thin layer of batting, on which tho perfumed powder is laid. Tho covers are of pale silk as Beady the shade as can bo procured of d. tho cracker. These are neatly Then, with a silk thread, the ae shade as the silk, stitches are ithroueh and tichtlv drawn, wmu- Tiring the pricking of tho cracker. These aro uot too regularly taken, but wMh that appearance of a careless effort at regularity wnicn ine nasty Dater res. uui mu cracKur ia uui vei uuue; j last artlstlo touch is to be given Lit a littlo deeper shade of brown wa ter color paint, which imitates to shading ofT into tho t'nt of tho silk the Inenualities of the oven which rare here ana there a deeper tinge to plate fall an baking. so Adeceptive of those mixed that astonish--sseeraekers is aad surprise will break up tho ieiest formality of a dinner party, for whi.-.h again your hostess will thank you et s. over-sttteheper-Seatiat friends is given to thero is nothing which she more than a set of vet." For theso thero aro pretty novolta? easy to her friends. if ono of these el a household tho mistress hospitality, will nppre-ehtt- e en described that there Is but littlo further to say than that usually, when u undertake anything of the kind, tfcey Biake the mistake of undertaking tee much. Tho most desirable menu eord does not require to bo a thing of Xt uty. but of mind and humor esprit, as the French say. Whatman's water-colpaper with a good groin, cut into tho necessary shape. Is material enough far beginning. If one can draw or des done. Jf sign, the deed is in the Bet. don't disda'n tracing-pape- r service of your friend. Fortunately, in erne way or another the country Is floodNono are ed with suitable designs. prettier than thoso wn'ch aro usually Kate Greeaaway figures, but which figures from "I'atience'' as well sllna'oru," and. sketches full of spirit from a hundred other cerrkes. Let these be neatly transferred to the ears and colored in delicate flat tints. which a little practice will teach you to lay oa smoothly. Then school yourself in "the lettering, for a pungent legend help to pass off your possibly unskillful drawing. At the diuner-tabt- e yeople are not usually critical, aad will accept your intention for your perform-aneuuesta will compare cards, y a lacky chance hit, and thin every-lhta- g goes off merrily; yew card souvenirs of a happy evening, and hare not only given pleasure to one. d hat have put It out, as it were, at interest Xothing finds a place here which is set at esce feasible and inexpensive, heoause these Christmas presents are to burden no one either in money or labor Tbss, for a young lady's room a cabinet stay be made, lly this is to be under-rtoo- d a box fastened oa to a frame trhieh. by projecting above aad below with Irregu ar ends, becomes ornamental. The box may be of any plain polished wood. A good piece of ve'ned p'nn fcrvei es well as a more costly weil. Tu thU is titled a door which fa made like a framo to the inner panel. Tfaia panel is rovered with straw, matThe ting, su h as eon.c.4 tn mat Lag is e.tl.tr le t in its natural state. ur co e el with liqu d gold. The decoration U a piece of broad painting la eiJ tome heay petard pink and or nir friend's favortf Btsoa rcMus,den red, the matelBicmay ite Mower. If be em riiWenil iuveail of painted lu the same way a matt convenient wall oclot en be madj. An oWowr sail m Wei tl.o back the material, if ft U ef bo eonse wnea. be stlif This : rorervd wlili mablng and framed, ior ihls i ur ose I he trroeved ah aud oak m.lCHgh tu tnbta A second shorter f ec s rv ared in the faiie a ay. an deuufated a ha txcn de-- s r'botl alte 'or tbo cabl vi. Holra are boml la the vnrnuni. and the two aro fatened tu, e hrr i nd hun;r oa the wall vtilh n u.oie uxiicudto a hnngng X. than twitod wrujiplug coid am-atcuor three-fourthcm-hra- ce aver and over. tainted menu cards hare been so oft- 9 e. en-jo- coea-peas- --- tiuuiiucr. Foa cheap aod good goedsto to the ee n ef of Main A 8oaiHt the IWeftee stete. lrt, It Apart front Its real ormyMiIdw. eon Ma Mt INiimBtasiTW, die." to Mmb&ty ChWms gift, Bection with the DtnMs, and IM jiracti HI ihh( so, a) uo In modern Christmas feMvIt os mWWb WATS MJm Jcwty of hfc msis mtmmy. MM?ti P JWrVr Of RfiTftvWVM to Mtm! What a radiant cltMtcr hoping, traHlMpr, loving, a Merry Christ-ma- s, rite mistletoe hi undoubtedly a vert presents. X. V. .Vir t thusne wlrHs ferns in tho circle of crery one. Nciyttmin 1'. Taylor, carious and lntereethig plant It Is i A lcg-eef Christmas- - the two Chriwtlati ages they Would rnakol Ktit tn Hood Worth. naturally unawtnyronklng thing; mid SIM u. aeDrt. I, w, SMWIT. lonkcn Qauttt. no doubt, tho Hncantiliicss of Its nnpc.tr key's. we want them just as tnoy aro strewn, UUHDX7T ABHOaX. "Tho poor to havo alwars wit ono a year, along tho lines of our lives. nnco nnd motto of growth has hn I mm,v A CHRISTMAS JITIM. Like tho well and tho palm in tho ATTOttWjn Ji AX to do with tho placo it fills In poptdni you" on Christmas Day, HH The bough desert, they are places whero pilgrims The atrwM (rrrat o'er Bethlehem's plain, superstitions and "Know all men by theee preiesrte" MT. VRRMW, KY. As If Iho nUtht hrld Its breath, "jitml noil ia $tininat arbos," Is al that ChrlMmat Is coming. eall a halt, nnd unburden, and Ho down WKcn Ufa etornal cmo to reign w.vaaaoa, wnwca a. vaasfrs. most tho only good cxnmplo of n cgo Over a world of death. te pleasant dreams, and rise tin with Present time and pastime are T. T. W. W,K. VAKHOH, tnblo naraslto to ho found In nnv north' pleasantly joined at Christmas time. sweeter memories, truer hopos frethor All nature felt a rhrlH HThse ATTOIINJL3VM AT X,AV. strength, nobler aspiration, and tenderer cm climate: soth.it It lia rca'onahh When burst that meteor on tho nlsht. Darn tho stocking that catches no KT. Which, polntlnir tn the ParlorM rhiine, enough attracted a groat deal of ntton Christmas proicnt. V. O. iVcrtyMne. (fle In OwlejBTAhKHtn, t.ulln-- uf itatta. S tsa'i new light. 1'rocUimed the tlon from nil northern peoples In otcr.i Whoever dees net feel angels tn tho Christmas trees am looking sprnee. from tin ago. Eton when deta-heair e Christmas Eve, though he may tlW to tho shepherds I and thstar M. KYIOK, lYm-tcrip-l. tllldcd their silent midnight fold; rro ntAcruni1, A I . T.A-M- . " not sea the shlntac ef tlioir wings, has Light tolhn wlso men from afar, trunk of Its host a mlstlctos bough, l s Children plno for them. ttostoi k .1. J. too Mttie ImaginathH, to ebey thelietden glfu of gold. Bearing their curious ob cct, with Its lint opposite Will piwlldlalhf Uwtsr liacoht wl Man wants but littlo hero bolow; I ha Mtfrtlor Umt whI Owt be yingr and happier for Light to n realm of sin nnd grief t of succulent lo.it cs. Its Jointed reunlki Md Rak. Ts pairs but ho appears to want that little oa ol AHwklt. PfttUI illfull.ilrn to colltctsoiia. Light to a world In all Its niedj branches, Its Mtp!e!oin-looklnp- , we mat be like them of whom grocn the day HiitlXatloail Hsak, ! or in . Christmas day. the Savior said "For of such is tho Tho wtito'erlife t new Ixillcf glaucous color, nnd Its terminal Klslng fallen croods. ending In an unfinished knou There should bo no holes In Christkmedem ot Heaven." Christmas is Light on a tangled pulh of AXtXX. ANBSHeOK, thorn". cfiiltlrcn'i day. Littlo and big, let Im Sc.crt'llically Hpesklng, tho m!slleto mas stockings If they are worth n darn. Though lend ng tn a martyr's throne; ATl'tillfs tu A.'l JjAW, all, far twenty-fott- r for In' hoars a year, be A light tn au'dn till Christ returns has afforded an open battlo-MolX. U. Picmjtint. DaMTILLK, ky In glory to Ills own. children, every one. The first Christnumerable systematic. The question I!lg feet may bo laughed at all tho rest Will trttl(r la lh Oiurt of hull sail atSjalalag mas gifts brought to the babo in the ralf. whether four littlo leal u's in tho ('.Quel of tho ear, tut their stockings hold eouiUMioJ In tbtOnutl of There still It "bines, wlilln far abroad Tho Chrlftmasrbolr sings now, and thent wore to bo called petal or calyx piceet most at Christmas. village, whe was not bora in a Hllorjr, glory un'o oil r Hod t J. K riSH, in Itself nbout as important ns- tho hnman dwelling, were ' 'gold and tomon!" l'caco and good-wiltoston girls never hang up their Atlnniny At I.hw. r. Huchannn KmJU ami myrrh." They were the qucft'on, who was Hecuba's gran stockings; nn ctchango says I hoy "sus- AudMift.'iB.tlMitifrHokriiUicIICwt MT VEIltluh, KV Borings ef tho wlso men of the Kast. has oflon cmo'ly iMvMimI tho pend I heir hosiery.'' Will rrifllr In Ik hWtmll- - Ciutll CoHc Bnt there have been wier men and botanical worhl. Wo now know that They OHUYetcd II Im. " tloom(tlillj. OSn lo (Ul) comes but onco a Christmas richer gifts sinco then; faitb in tilings the m'atlctoo Is really exactly hat each i'ou mako this affidavit aga'nst the ot tho contending patt'cscontradiftoril. year," nnd If It enmo n week Inter it hopo that wakens through the tweeti: lbk r. MurrMAN. wouldn't bo lu tho year ,t nil. night. Impatient for the morning; love Snowball family, do jouP" nked tho asserted It to btv I.lko tnttst olhor ho romed up In hit lly. A well-feHIANFORP, KV that castcth oHt fear. It Is net wrath Justice, of Sam Johnsing, holding up plants, tho mistlo'oo derives its (SVe Aaath iM Matt) .HrVwt, two Saon kT And fcropprd n tesrctlnl but love that makes us bravo to dare, to tho document origin from n family of cllm'iers. "Tualimu'ltiil innwhssconuV ho said, Ik.MfMlHoW. Yes. salt. I docs. l)oy nuts en n It Is clocly connected with those "AnJil.iylng wills mil! hero." do, testifier; and fortitude is tho snbllni-erriNUni OiM tlw a4ialalir4 ha r It Is stated Hint "stuffed birds are aatrval. of courage. Miles Standish. belted heap o' stylo and puss, but (ley am do like the f'owers ob cornel, dogwood, gi;o'der-ro-o and booted, striding forth with his stout ortllnartcst family In do whole city and a very toney Christmas present," but DK W. B. PENNY. heart nnd wo d to tho savage "front" Austin. Dnr nln t ten dollars In tho cldor, which comnoo n period no work wo should supposo n livo bird would ItuntlMt wholo family. I know, b 'cause 1 has of connecting links between many tcr bo more tonoy. 21oton IW. was valiant; but tho Pilgrim tromen, UIHiLLV STAN FORD, KENTUCKY. shivering around their cabin fires, been dnr." jcoplo who distinct groups of plants. Theso types, It Is Iho (If otf r Robl IS. Irllf't ilorr. OMf liar "Vctt must not use such language," in fact, form n central station, as I mako holidays worth remembering. strong to sHflcr, and waiting scrcno and rromStalla M (DdlioSr. M Aafilhrtl (lid patient for the Christmas, stood thero remonstrated tho Justice, "but pleaio wore, from wli'ch diverging branches Tho man Is too thin for wilaUta-rr. wfi In tint long gono December', Iho Now stato your ease" run out In o.ory direct on. Sovera' of Christmas. .V. O. llcayunt. "Well, ah, I wai engaged to bo tho linos startcil fiom this intcrino ng of tho virtues World's gnardiun angels On Christmas day everybody living to dat nr center have taken to climbing habits; married In do spring-timof mankind. piece of cabco on do mourner's bench; among them aro Ivy ou tho one hand will havo a Christinas present - Iloiton GimAnd likewise a Christmas Wish ycr a merry Christmas! I and honcysucklo on tho other (both of Tmutcriil. and on do day bo.'oah Now XA o me a cent!" That is irlint I heard, all mado up my mind to tan ray fTutiro un!cs ho was born this which havo berr cs much liko thoo of past-tlmin a breath, on'a o'car Christmas mornfor a ten dollar bill. Whit mlstlctoo). together with tho littlo year. l'Madclihia IlulMin. Louisville, New Albany & ing, when the silver steel air was full of am do ujo of a future fodder-in-laof clinging cleavers and bed straw ot our Embroidering "Remcrabor mo" the tingle of frost nnd tlio tinkle of bells, you can't tax him fur a ten?" hedgerows, wh ch arc s me what more on a pnir of presentation suspenders Chicago and tho mow was crisp and resh as If "Did ho glvo you tbo ten dollars?" remotely connected with tho orgn.il will not hit tho mark. Omitting to now bank notes n foot deep covered tho asked the Justice. ancestor. Hut certain allied races liko properly fasten tho suspender buttons ground. This what I saw: an THE fl.ni' UME RUHNIXII Sam Johnsing then wont on to stato tho sandalwood fam.ly, are parasitic on will ever kocp your memory green In in a ragged coat some biggor that when ho asked his future iather-ii- t A', wtUicn tho roots of other plants. Tho ancestor tho mind of your husband. Prtlaco CHrs! PiillniHii boy had shed; a cap suggesting a law, old man Snowball, for n ten. tho clearly in- drowned in ink rat that novcr eanio up; latter snorted like a cow pony when ho of tho mistlo'.oe. which was two types -- llajwtr. morninz dawns, and the house. ASP VOLID TKAINs bands bare; face ripe, unless, llko n hears a brass band for tho'lirst t mo, tcrmcu.ato between llioso Its proper hold Is awakcncil by tho sound ot drum whenco tn blackberry. It was red when It was but finally cooled down and said rs xn placo In tho disnuto as arrangement CHICA60 tho o'.d linear It If not LOUISVILLE TO He. Hut It green; and with the look of hnvingbcen as ho cashed off a littlo check ho would must have moro or lets comb no. I both nnd summons to Is not war. slaughter go out and tho to the grind-stonand sharpened. hand over the X. put HracialHorics. habits; It must havo been nt once n tho Zulu. Nay, brethren, It Is Christ'rn Iki Kx-"j:- u Poor little skirmisher, too early ou life's Hcaach arrlf ' I said 'all right.' and went oT." said creeper and a narsltc. In this way It mas, and don't you forgot IL 1'onhcrt In llnrn to of U A N. K. K.train of In UwIitHM Iko t.kf lb armlaf lino of b tttle. whoso idea of happiness Sam. "but seems dat after I was gono could Kvati" aad so tkrousk to ascend tho trunks of trees, and Vat tut. could dwell In a horizon narrow as tho old man Snowball asko 1 his darter. .Matil-dthen fasten itself on to the so't t sucs Tho rnrbinn savs: " Accordlne lo (IreeacaMlf, t raufHrdstlllp, Uhjelte times rim of a cent' I too i twenty-lir- e to let him hab do funds, but nebbor first, n young girl who and Chlrsiro wlthnal changr. tho amount of stock in his supremo con- toleherlt was for me. Slit said sho of tho bark, at The no doubt, bv means a French superstition, name of her future mistlutoo has wishes to know tho TIMKTABLB-- tent that ho akcd for, and ho went couldn't find her porttnanla, and asked of suckers. In thoordinary but very Incorrect husband must, oncoming from midnight down tho street on tho bound, llko n her bruddcr. Hob. who am sitting on ih bta riuKs. paragive an snow-birshouting: "Now Jenny can bench dar, wid h's head tied iii, fur o language of botanists, a perfectnccom-- f mass on Christmas Eve, that sho,nltas to r.TO. Ullnllli, 7 II pm SIS am which has meets -l have tho jumpin'-jac- k she cried for. and tcu dollars. Ho said ho would get It as site. The means by may stillit bo observed the first malo begsar ol l OS am this change I and ask him his Christian narao. iter Air. t)raa"tU S Craahinliilll lots of" his sentence was rasped in two soon as tie bank opened, as he didn t dishedexisting berry. l n tho IS ' lar;ttt. future husband will bear the same IIIlM a Ml rm as ho turned a sharp comer and was hab no small change; and he hunted am " Chlcaio. IMia Looking closely at the top of tl.o littlo name." gone. Aud I said to myself, 'Three of mo up and down on Austin avenua and white fruit one can seo four small, blackA Jewelry linn In New York has TktuMtdlmlrouvf, wttk oalr oao ikanfsaf us Jenny. Tatterdemalllon and I and asked mo tcr loan him ten dollars, and ran, loan IBia IB n innain, Niunrauia, , jnst received a diamond talucd at a quarter goes round! Joy for two and I said I would noxt day, but I nebbo ish marks, which aro the scars loft I'or lorlber luboillti, a44rtm by tho four calyx pieces In falling The namo of 'he Journal st for Nbruka,Ae thought for one." It was a meant to do no such foolishness, n a pleasant Lauliillla, Xr IM- good investment, and I lost n pound of bow. You see. Jcdgc, none of 'cm tolo off. These scars show tho place ot Iho whom It was irdercd as a Christmas plant beside such other bushos s thu present for his girl I withheld. Xorrlf lead out of my shoes, and went do udder dat hit was mo what fiiit dogwood and the waj faring tree. Now. tctim lhmhl. Yes, we didn't want started de business." If It is thon. I thought of another Jenny that died "Well, what has all this to do with if the berryan cut o en. the inner pulp anything said about itmention but now, It extremely Is Id mnst of necessary you m:ght appears as co many years ago. Tho little mound tho assault?" asked tho Justice very word "viscid" though please print our Initials correctly. above Iter has subsided, and a hollow in . "Next day. New Ycah's Day, I ilimo "ndced. tho rr Jr. tho sod marks tho place, as If Earth called at do Snow all mansion on Aim Is but thoad,ccUveof viscura; and from Why, Jenn!o, you foolish g "rl, come smiled and showed a dimple overy tirao tin avenue. Dcy was all dnr. 1 nuil th t this pulp birdlime Is manufactured In the slimo Is a single hard Into Iho house. What are you out In sho thought what a treasure she had old man if he had do ten dollars he there, and that was all the time. You promised mo. Ho said srt nly, nnd teed. Tho uo of such an nrrnngume tt the "snow for without wraps?" "Oh. know what that hollow means. It means wont ober to Matildy and axel l.or for lo the mbtlctoo is eaty enough to undernothing much. ma. You ico Augustus that, save a litt'o dust and a dim outline do money she had promised him. and stand, birds eat the berries, and thus has jttft called, and hero are his footleaves in tho sha said sartinly, too. and goos ober to carry tho seeds from tree to tree. Some- prints in tht snow. I'm measuring to liko tho "form'' a hare grass, her shapely body Is not there any Bob fer dc money he had prom scL times, no doubt, the fruit s" in ply rl'.ngn get the right siro forthoso slipper, and substance their fee: norc; that It has gone eat Into tho liob said ob course,' and I hopo 1 mar by Its own stickygets rubbedto off when doxotiknow I don't boliove I've got or feathers and half enough cloth for them." jrlght and living world; that It has bo struck dead in my tracks cf da: ojI they alight on another bough: but in a Among the superstitions connected tho grccu grass and tho roses niggah didn't come up ter me ami sav: Is probably swallowed, cases wi-Christmas Kvc o tho following. ibovo It like a soul, that it may bo lirud what's gwino tor be, sther seed it undigested, wrought into tho wing of a sparrow or has ycr got do ten dollars ycr promised and the their then passes, either event Tho bees s'ng In their hives; tho oxen Lod'os. In through may bo found on their knees in adora-tlthe plume of a pino; that in the small me?' desired result, the tho plant obtains lu n Savior; bread baked graro thero is no semblance of Jenny at i of the "What followed?" its offspring securely in n on Christmas Evo novcr arrows moldy. of ill. She was a Christmas gift the year 'I, jess ris up, and putting my stovo-pip- o placing position for gorminntln; and round, and she lived but twelve of them, They nro all from English folk-loron do side of myhcaf. f said: "l firoper on the thanes o. its ho"L lo: Farmers In the north of England firmly for on a Christmas she was born, and tenders my res'gnatlon as a future lueh a purpise the glutinous pulp Ts ob bclioro that the oxen In Iho stalls kneel sa a Christmas day she died. do same ter go Inter effect from well adapted. Most ave It was lust as the gates of morning; right now If er suspocts dat S.tni rlously or legetaole, have to para trs, down on thobo a of Christmas, old stylo. produce It seems to general popular, tradiwere swinging open. Fading like a Johming am rich a sucker as tcr play iniraal enormous numbers of eggs or see . tion that an ot and ass were In tho Bower, fair as any lily, so patient and matrimony In a familr'dat hain't got which are simply turned loose anywhere stabloof Hethlehcm when Christ was ancomplalnWg all the while, tho chrysten dollars on New Yeah's Day. ou As aa lavteraal, IMHWl Btaaaseh two itiioas bom. and that they warnicd him with one alis grew thinner and thinner before our am whistling ter the wrong u p, )u tho chanco that light or Sltura has rct (tM laa nwal MilUia a upon its pnu ef their broth. them mr happen to flSanvflWai ironi fwmwi pajsraaa,.,, aaw eyes, until it could hold the 'immortal dat's all.' and I made for do door.'' oroy. Hut the possession of a Iru ( i eptrt a forrnwil raak. in ha la butterfly no longer, and the casket was "What next?" ataodard preprtitarr twHh. Its prop- ihe shape ot an edible berry, pro dei empt'ed with a little sigh. I. that Tho largest Christmas pie ever rrtUi aa aa alUraUia or dliordtrtd tvm "What noxt! Coma here. Jodgo. and with natural cum to fatten the od i. known was told of lu thu Now astb Uoas ot Ua Uunaek, llrtr aad boweli. aa4 wrfte thts. "watched her breathing run your hand ober my wool and leel :o the branches of trees saves tho tu malarial prtTcatlfa though the night." Sho had known dat bump liko an egg plant Dat's a Jctoo from any such deepo.atu shl ts r CArxMc r or tho Cth of January. 177a leas rtaowaeal,of aad Ma taas aecerdad cd lo Sir Henry tlray. baro- ataefcatlo unahulonil rtromMaJaUoa.t many days that a volee was saying, New Ycah's giff from Matildy. Di;e Jicse. So suet osf ul has it been far It was ship I wkatm aala VComo unto Me." aad she was obeying you seo this gouged oye? Dat s whit I London. Mrs. Dorothy Patterson, y aeplr kr pntfftat aa4 IMvltta. Hot. ,t young well stnr: -- net Hwuhm'i Alaaaaa yc as fast as she could. All along she had got from de ole man ter remember h u a life.,In getting manv other b if rr housekcoper at Howluk. was Its maker. that, liko been praying that she might lire to seo by; and 1'so got enudder Now Yeah's Into tbo composition of this great ) e THCLMMVIUEWEEiaY one Christmas more. Sha had her an- giff on my pusjon whar liob took out a 1T4 which trust tobirds for lipper(ti i. entered two lushols of Hour, twontr las actually beon enabled to d icu-swer. As the dawa grow on she asked, mout-ful- f wid his tcef. Dat's why I with somo of its primitive quotu u pounds o' I utter, four geeso, two two rabbit, four wild iluck. two "la it Christmas yetl" walks wid a cane. 1 tried mighty hard tall-Ma- li Oattlte. woodcocks, si v snipes, four ixHtrdgo And the pale mother rose to part tho lo rttturn de compliments ob do season, leeds. UTJt, FReexajMiTB, rercijkK. curtains of an east window. "Don't, btit when de ole womau poured IjII.ii two noats' tongues, two curie wi, evn The Caesfeat sad Baat raallr Kewipapar la ted-sid- e, tho year whe This is the seaon of mother!" exclaimed a sister by the blackball aadslx pigeons, it wclg.. water down my back. I drew out as an til dear, good wires go down town -d as If she half fancied the curtain's Independent candidate. Dey twelve itono and was nine feet in ONLY $T.M A YEAR. bandjome C'hntma pre juy a gauzy barrier might stay the dvlng girl me, Jedge " at the bottom. It was it husbands. The gift I b wheels for em. draa minute. It was too late. The DatSMMl-CWU- na s'ahed with atasoou In consideration ot it being tho boll holr An th jK Sum Sapon. SpMbltoi ttiMU pery drawn ajide, there were the doors day season, and about tho Jiutio's tune tway and reaches "hiihby a day or i.r tenlenca In passing It round to t. An Siatm. wiAj. Jenny's exes, so large for dinner, the cases were dismissed. -- )cfore the bill of It does. ferW t'..j of dav set guests. W8THUCT1VE, USEFet, MTERESTNM, aad dark, looking out from her pure Qalvtston Xcwt. ChrlslmaTla 186. TaOUaadTnailta.. SaUtflk. U. Bbobs ought to be cheeper after this, face, opened full upoa the celespale Jeremy Taylor said that tho tir tial gates, kindled aa instant as with a Oa Christmas Day. 1862, when Con- for the patent on the McKay wax thread thought, a littlo start of glad surprise, Christmas car, 1 wits the s ng of tit federate moaey had begun to deprecis has expired. It is a flicker of a smile, a little sigh, the angels ou the birth of tho Savmr. ate, turkeys In Virginia were worth thought that the royalties on this maTHE m white eyelids like pale $11 apleee. salt thirty-thre- o cents a Santa Clans Is twice WesiM: slowly closed down upon' those sweet pound, whilo "the" yule log" was 815 chine amounted to 81,000,000 a year in eyes, wheuoo truth had always looked blesses him who give aad h m wl. were ?o a pack. this country. One manufacturer, Joa cord: eat as from two windows .of .heare; takes. In 1863 turkeys had risen to 30 apiece; seph Davis, paid as high aa $30,000 per eost 875 a aad Jenny bad goaa home for Christwhisky and rum for egg-nopatentee. The basis of jeWS 1 JLMBTXKBAU. mas unending, whlefa Is far better. gallon; sugar was from (o to 810 a annum to the There had Iwea six la that upper chamAmsterdam, by the latest eeasss, has pound; dour $123 a barrel. Gold was the machine was an invention by Lyber, and now there were only fire, and Jewish population of over "10,000. In at a premium ot 2,k00. and a plain man R. Blake, of Abingdon, Mask., so lUchel's lament was beard la the a cost about 8300. In that city, as indeed in the whole ot Hol- Christmas dinner$000 a, barrel; butter who in 1958 patented aa arm working dawn of the morning, liut not for long. 166 Hour was sowing directly sweet Intlu-eae- e land, the Jews have fared well. There There was no need. Her a pound, and sugar 82 an ounce. inside the shoo, and eould not be banished from the they found an asylum when in most At a Christmas dinner at a country through the upper and both soles withheme she left. Her brothers grew other parts ot Europe they had not a house near Richmond, they had for din- out the uo of a welt. Mr. Gordon Mcgentler, her sitters lovelier. Tho ChrUU renting place, and there they have re- ner a $300 ham. and the last turkey oa Kay bought this invention for 98,000, mas gift was with them still. Jenny the plantation, value, 9175, with $100 aad the Msthias patent, for channeling was no perfect child, for there nerer mained, prospered aad maltipUed, north of cabbage, potatoes and homteas but one, bnt she was always fulfilliny. Corn bread was served wade of ashoe, for0,00& Then, la lfeei, Blake ing a child's dear mission: to keep the key in Arizona tolls a curious meal a 8 iO a bushel, and salt at $1 a plased an aleohol lamp in the arm or A ef ear heart! all safe and brigat ready tory Tin a young mocking bird cap- I ound. Tho dosert was black molasses "bora," which kept the wax thread about at aa (asta'jtri warning to turn them in it HO a gallon, aad after one eup of the looks and open to every holler tured at Queen creek. The parsut inls lea real Um. worth 8100 a pousd. warm And made the maehiae capable ot Tm MU jaftK'AtJtfwoatttiilX thought aad tender recollection, aad so tried to liberate him, but every effort treasured for the coos slow as a wrprlM. doing the finest sewing. The main pat-e.... maaa we grow young evermore. was what was ailed a " process aad tUfl vTOwninNb ua Alitf VlU mtw TllkIA foiled. They then brought relief It tho aad not sassafras there was eofee a I nni vwc tcmvi UA inn SWHH IM N.Y M.M, IMS 1W That mother's hair erewns her shape of a poison berry, aad Cie little, tllMTttion, made from sweet potatoes prodaet" patent, under wbJeh it was mc res ths rstet cat Into littlo iquares. toasted aad SBsetisfally ekhaed that brew with silrer bands; bo other Tk.Wa4tofTl ground. 'the daughters of musks are brought priaoasr was dead. WW, Mklif oa the market to do blaA tmM m.1 n.aIV Wt SUfWtUk U ia. laa eould be pat Ik. PmSm; l,bl k.rk Um law," but her girl ef long ago Fjumcisoo eorrespendeut re , Kdmund Yates says that "the Atne the same vork. One of the first lot of fu alt aUf ud aittaU; .MaaUIW. KluiSkiM A Sax yet makes melody in her open heart. wan purely due uUwTSIiw'. anil WU. ib.'lttow'. WtUk.tka The ether children are blown abroad ports that a dear aad beauUf ul ngat. rican t'hrUtwas U he Inrealed to Charles machine was bought by JC. O. Bart aad Waua, Ik. ! , wtua, ia. imum ewra or rather Olckans. When Khe thiaUe-dow- a la the wiad, aad to bowlder, twelve feet long, eight f ia,tiwlMi ImMWfA IMM mt MM wai. MA IMaiM tt m.M lerlvod ChrUtma, the Auisrieaas took George Silver, ot New York, bat graduthis day when they a'l ome, olilldrea wide and fire feet thick, has been fouj. up tho matter warmly. Before that ally ether large a. aanf so Uuws earns ia andehkdren'schiUrea, to the old homeaj. tbo u.d only three ftstlrals thev until it is estiinated that there are bow imUM mrmsy m aa. jm, ? stead far Christmas, the aged mother la Phuaas count v. dtl Koni-tt; July, Jfew Year and Thanks-jfi- 1,800 machines ia use, whklt do the ANOTHER OFFER. sets a plate at the Christmas board for uj-- ' Par a CUb if SaUWf. U Up Wan.Y U her that U gone. Her place will never bo Htxca tho beginning ef the sixteenth HW bulk ot tho mackiao shoe sewing ot the ruUHEHUUL 14 it.m, Ik. maia, tma tt IkaSUh last eat ef the ehanned eirvlo while that -will t. prM,alw, ill tkifai ft ob. m v As Christmas approaches, so many country. eutury moro than 800,000 acres liavu WatckM, wkkk alll Krt MM Mil wd xuiwkan. lives, liut it maVes nobody sad, mother largo aud hondsoiuo dolls nro tlliplaycil frattd tut MI04. ViU U1 9 I. WOlk, is this a we'aaeholy story. It is heou won from the water in Holland, lutlio storu Windows that leal cross aehber timm rr I) K's'a will nil k od wMmaiii VV. forget monots aad Immortelle; tt la mid reclamation still goes on at tho rate nyed babies oxclto but little attuullou.--QroM- yn tW4wVHJ.e,KX res. a and Miles; It is anything bat htavT jeinipaiilikl 75 cli, ptr ,Ir. j .if about eight acres a day. Aryut. d folk-lorIM-I- TMK HOliSEMOI.B CHK1ST.HAS (ilFT. Oh. children jown; and e1. "It ts mH all of life tollre. nor MM of 'loath to Mlitirlnt- - OmtMTOuai CH1TT1R. r PltT Hm MfsM who lakes no rieek "iPra fwn" HON A4C TAimrjT, .'tiNrk iMtWttrt lef Visitor el Hi ot V UV new-bor- n a'j itrJi M -- -- -, tw'g-abruptl- Unir far-awa- frank-itieen- se - IXuil-btu- pnr-asit- io d a r st four-petalc- d whole-soule- d hnlf-'ole- d f,T MSI-lt- e -- M01ON ItOUTJE." Railway. --1 1 eight-vcar-o- ld o rtftr y, o. . illia Illia d 30,-00- 0. on-thi- nking. n-- $NBRA JiSaHKiaav-M- ed der-In-la- a-- o now-bor- son-in-la- iffiFs ba uo t' .' COMMERCIAL. out-vo'.e- Conw-OauUoT-Thtu- sewiag-machine- rose-leav- g 1 OXLT 93.IO. at y ma-ehl- La ttt ma ey-pr- eti aad wllluw. )i r 9emt - wtt III Inteltil fmtfiml VOLUME X.-NUMBEK 2 510. A willing consent wm STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. DECEMBER . 25, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 209. St a"clrcTllar" counter oa "whlchra given by Suan "I should feol dreadfully alwutmy for Ma.itor Ned'" to spend llio ilay doll cnrrlago If I d'd not think some a great variety of fanoy articles. "Shall I show rou aavthing, mle?" ono would gho mo a new ono," said with Mlsi Tmn. nnd tho Iintipy .?. W. P. WAL10M, How much monoy have you am EJfhr and Prprttf ilrcn seantpored away. Mrs Knrclmdo 'J ilia "No, I thank voa, I can see vory well, narg ng uieni got. Ned, for Christmas?" tiiu eiiiiiircn goon-uvc- , I am pretty tail.1 havo but "I " I don t know, it' zactly, How I much "Hut what would yon like to bnyf" rttbll'heit TuruAav ntcl Ytrffiv, MoIkI pooil nndn plnv hapill If"poid-blebox. will come back to-- glf, Tina. got it nt homo in "Oh. I want somothinjr for papa, nnd sin said, ns sliu hurried down llio litnojn i got?" grandma, SVJ.OO l'BIl ANNUM "1 have got three siollars. I was mamma, and grandpa, andother peoslept. Tho children ni'hcd up to tho Katie, and lots of if mamma and Aunt w. rm nursery, nn I wee soim t'.ccp in n gu'ng to go shopping WkapM riffctlr In If hirt Is game of lililo. in which nln was llio had not gouo nway. How I wish I ple." watt m; liana. ALAR will h chr!, uo I, too, ccnocii nmu UiHHaMMHnM.HMHHHiiOTMMMi hcekcr. After thl caino blind man's could do it all my ownty, donly self."" "Woll, you can look nnd tee what buff, In which nlp, w.th it handker"l.ct ns go together this nficrnooa," you would like." OF wffjrr yrjA cbxistxab. chief tied n er hli cyo. madn llio most said Ned. una, now ia winir Irnntlo cfTortt tointcli the children. "So wo will," aald Tina, springing pointing niiicn lovoly vase. aaui guess "I to a Just Tina was golnjr to giro him a cut of her chair. "1 know whero Mar- mamma would like that." OotntRt MuiVs uaunJ"! M Mht Before good ni chanco to seize her drcsi. ho ran shal's big store Is, and thoy havo ertry LTHWaiMf "lhat Is four dollars." homo nnd got jour Twm tho nJ M after CMrtniu, when all ttgalnt Ihc. sharp c 'co of llio door and thing Ihcro; you run "Oh, dear, I can't have that, for I humped his note, which mule him de best cont and" hut, 'causo wo mnst look havo only Ibrnuth m Whm Ever Mndo In the CHj. got two dollars and n half." TWerr ml mh (tied, aa4 Mll M moue: ilown In disgust, and tufUM) t p.ay any 'spcctable. If wo go down town nad be "Well, 1 guess 1 can show you some Tnoao stockist, to latalf W. h Ickolaa' care, sure jot: bring all yor monoy. 1 will more. Were chhw or ll IMt M WMM tacras o'her things you would like, nnd thoy Tbodrlliifl bad boea ifcrif (ackwl In Miolr "Never rami, Snip, wo wilp'.av doc- put on my bost things, too." cost so much. Hero aro soma bla. full tteaMd Awn. scampcrod Nod, hla blue eyes don't protty things," said the clerk, nnd you ohall bo my fiono. pajas la their tor nov. With very vory Prom the Oldest to the Youngest, consisting of You mint hie n'l Iho children Mrk this dancing, end his yellow curls bobbing much amused with his bright littlo time, Tinn, for papa sass I hero is a great I rightly up and down. No ono heard cinlomcr. cotton cap, Books, Albums, Writing Desks, Toilet Sets, I m doiln a war In and tcU'icnick about, nnd every ono hat Mill enter tho house, run Tina decided on a pretty little poU-ar- e Anl Nancr rathrr far irono la a nap.a cutter, tho noccssary articles for his expo-itloWhen out in ttio nura'rr aroaa aurb girt aoino of it," said Ned. for mamma doik. For Plusli Mirrors, Plush Brusli ami Comb Sots. stamp box Itpimnfn)mraf)op,oi7lrfi "What lata fMiip was soo:t harnc(ed to the dolls' graudiua n pretty scent bag, and fur snallesT T flow in rarh bmhlda 11U half In a doio. "Now, Ned, I must wash yonrfnco papa a paper weight." carriage, while the dulls wero ha'lly Onr Stock el SILVEKWAItE la Complete, with Nowcat Styles Tors open ttio curtain and threw off tat ttndivsod nnd put to lied, all but Algo and handsallttlo with my sponge, for Nod was not so wise In his choioo. Tea Sets, Cantons, KnlrcgHHtl Forks, Xapklii mugs, fo.- iho thoy ato dreadful dirty." aald Tina. "I Whlla tho light of tka Upr srsi clurlrto noti he wn sarod out to ntn Ho preferred to go down stairs whero iihu vane), I'oiict lieutenant elbcr now do 'tor. It was thought best, howctcr, can t brush your hair; but your cap will the tors were. Ho bought a Jumping Silver Novelties. to tie n pio u of I'auuel arutind his neck, cover it besides, it Is all a snarl of Jack, two shrill whistles, a pop-guand Tim nllroua lrht of thorii nblrct bplowl DIAMONDS, DIAMONDS ! IN OUR IMMENSE ST00K OF JEWELRY for what to Ibo fond father" cyci iboult ap-- ns ho scrmod hoarse, nnd was "subjecto curls, ant way. My bangs look pretty a whip. well. I guess." to qtrt.tr In winter." Tina said. I "You know, Tina, If tho people ilon'l WE HAVE WATCHE 8ET WITH DIAMONDS, DIAMOND BRACEHut thntlllle mle fitcaof eatts tick lllllodcnr. sho meant catarrh. Tina was soon arrayed In her long, like their presents, thoy can give thera ir rorli pet Ihtt bad crammed luelf full at a LETS, EARDROPS, RINGS, &0. ALL THE ABOVE WILL BE cont, and big hat with to me," he said, with great compla-eenetick, "1 gtics lhy had better havo other 1 knew In a moment now frit like oM Nick, SOLD VEBY LOW. DON'T FAIL TO MAKE US AN EARLY eauli other.'' said Ned. "so plumes. Ned's roat was lung, too, nnd Tnolr pulx-- were rapid, their birathln lbs 'cases irom 1 suit. ' lion the chlldrea bad spent t' or hall hao a great many ined'.clnos to covered his ovcry-da-y VISIT AND AVOID THE RUSH. am. WtiatihrlrftomacliarfJrcteJ I'll mention br givo them." " 1 shall givo them awful "You must put on your gloves, Ned monov lliey left the store. Iingln tco r name ' ho continued. " for I am an hero thov nro la vour pocket. 1 will rarcels and looking wrl! iei".'nt jd w tl. Now ttsrker, now itufflnr, plum pwldlnzt, of lou. rourw, ataiinlatv doctor. vu know" lake mamma's mult; there It Is on tho their su- - t And cuatardi, sal cruUrrs, and cranberry i'ow shall wo mnkothotimdlctne," bed Sho forgot it, I gtess." "O. hed, wi liavea t ol any candy astro,. aald Tltin. "Oh, I know; we will mix Before nutrarol naturo. went to III wait. PoorSnln stood mournfully looking for tho children," exclaimed Tina, as V.a Inllfrop. tlnpdoo'lle, dinner and all, different colored pain s with water, and at the children. Ho evidently folt that they entered tho carriage. We mutt lot 1 Llko pellet which urchin fiom will get some nl mamma's homlvpatty ho was going to loo his playmates. havo somo." Wrtil fir , nut and raltn. JtUr and pie, bott'es lo put it in." Tho tnedlc:!nos "Oh. let lis tako him. Tina. Want to "Wo will havo to cat It, you know. sack) error of diet wm brouub . iu iuj were soon mliod, gio-nTill J o'dow and retL go. Snip? Well, l)cg, thon." Up got because tho children are too sick," said view. "IheTJ." sa'd Nod, "thor look Milp ou It's hind legs, nnd putting ono Ned. To the ahamo of mamma and Panta Claus, too. 'rnctlv llko somo of papa's tbat he has paw across ms nose, pioau wun great "Hut wo have spent all our monoy. Now I mntt pathos to be taken. I tamed from the lfbt. to tnr on Iho sholf In hi ollice What shall wo dor" tepped back, till this I will " Now. Ni'd, wo must not let Magglo "Let's nsk tho driver to lend us And brought out a phial marked "Pulr, Ipo- - havo stmo 'cither.' biggest botllo with water for that. I knnwlhnt wo are going, for sho would somo," said Ned. "He looks real cue' When sny Xanpjrrsclaltned-f- ur their luffor- - alwa a lake It with mo, but I don't use stop us." pleasant." lna shocked her In dreadful thing." holding up u ot, Snip," a!d Ned. coun-tr- y. "So wo might; nnd wo can pay lilrn "Don't rou tnlnk you bad botter.lorr, run for It 'ccpt All waa iw ready. The 't'octor'a h's finger. The three ran lightly down somo time," said Tina, Joyfully. Ibo doctor r team was waiting at tho door. Dr. Ned slaT. but came near betraying them"Driver?' called Tina from tho carI ran. and wa ecarcely back under mjr roof. When I beard tbe (harp clatter of old Jalap'l was ptittingon hit coat, whon in rushed selves by shutting Snip's tall In tho riage window. hoof, Algernon piihcd alonj; bv h.s mother , door In the haste to get out. Tina Hen reined in his I mlfbi aaj that I hardlr bad turned rarsolf an J aquoaKwli "O, Dr. .Ned conio atuht him up in her arms nnd smoth-- . horses and asked what tho lady and sound, childaui tiro all so'.', and re hi yelling. Whtn iho doctor eimo Into tho room with a quek--th- o gentleman would like. lound; ma is dreadfull 'larnicd." "Drlvo to n candy store," said Tina. Magiriu, who had at intervals listened Ho wa cmervd with mud from bU bead to hli will bo tliero. "I aald the doctor. 'ineillaiely. my at the' t.t rs to oo If tho children wero "Yes, inarm," said Hen, chuckling foot. (Jet into tho al i ht. concluded, aa thoy had been with laughter. And Hvn ault be bad on wu tho Tory wont anli." aultt nn 1 1 wdl tako oi liomu. ' When thov reached tho store Tina got o all the morning, that they trould bo so And bo hardlr bad Us to put that on hi etmagi Tho doctor wa. blig'od to walk ttfok til he afternoon, nnd so kept busily out, and looking up at tho big fellow on And be looked ilka a ndttaff half fuddled with bis carriago nnd drive, but that at worl.".' As busan ran ovor to see hor tho box, asksd in a very sweet voico if aackr dlfferunce. Snip DE ALEE IK- HlarrelwtawTtwW4I K4,io , doctor made and trotted out intounder Utod r a wlti'e. nad had a long story to toll ho would pleaa lend her ten cents. tho hall, bets II was nut ao very strange tbat Ida part rot Senfr "Why. you ain't spent all your Knrlo's room, to the other the children wore not missed at once. through Mrs. monoy,' have yo " Ilardwarc, Herao Shoes, Groceries, Saddles, . door of tho n "lug we nave; nut you sco we roust lie hi!nTbniT4 tar a fortnhrtt or to. "You had better let me tike your IroH, Nails, Qnecnsware, Duggy Wklps, And Mu tward on bta eMa waan't wMlo a tbe Tbo doctor was a long time attcning montsr, for on. Ned. I will tako care havo somo candy for tho children," said -, mow..Buggy Wheels, Stoves, Cane Mills, naraess, But lMpeMaff tbclr toaruaa. In deaplti ot It s hore. tak.ng o Ins o.urcoaU and ti I belter." aald Tina, when thoy had Ned, vory much in earnest. - o you shall," caid Hen, putting his Spokes, their teefcj up an imaginar, flight of ataln. afciy turnwl tho corner. Grates, Cider Mills, Lap CeTers, - irettlni; waiatunatbeThe mother of Krcline. Idanche, Blats, Hteaeware, Baatn "tiuess a boy cun tak3 euro of his hand Into his pocket and bringing out Cera Skelters, Cellars,- Heat n oinwhilo money as woll as n girl Tina Earlo," ten cent. puUa, aaf (al, M Knch little and aiv Ha felt ot tacb ' walked tha room In a trazio n an tier. The children disappeared, whilo Hen kluat ret rM"-- br bo Uabal "of tbe real "Oh, ch. oh, mr lear said Ned, Indignantly, aad holdtji oracked his whip in glee. "II that amt Olirer Chilled, Champioa Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Woodea cxclalm'bir of tbat JU." titrhllv his box. rlil il run will atirelv il!o." uait i'amps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roof- " ' the cutest patr I over did see. Good as Wel!,"si!d.Tlna,sweet!y. "all right.' a play. I'll toll my little Jim all about IraMdoneacbcbHbbr,plnmp,alck little elf ' " Don't tako on so; I am here," said ing and Or.tering will hare prompt attention. Andrrouicdwbenbeaidao,la (pita of mjr tho tiou.or. Sho waa afraid Ned might get ma am, It trnen 1 gel honio. ' no satu. aetf t But a wink labia arc when be pbralekcd onr "l.h. save ruy children!,' shrieked go home. m'nutee they reached a hoc) Tho children duclded that ten dllTer-c, Ia a few frcd the mother, sticks of candy would mako tin Soon rare ate to know I bad notblfiff to "Yes. mirm. I will. Let me feol stand, at which ono hack stood. greatest show, so thoy Invested tbo ten drmwL "O, Nod," said Tina, hor eyen spnrk cents ut that way, . at tlo"r nnd look HodWn't froaoriW but went rtraUjht to hli tholr r wora. Dr. Nod, g:ng to tho ling, "let as take a hack. Maumi t'Now home," sa!d Tina to Hon, with And dnand alL ra reel tata bU brawura a lonueios." said loot when aha has a 'good deal of shop sin'h an air that ho nearly choked with l.r-- t t nby Arwl addtnf rtreeWoaa wblo tlowlni bU no sho has got tho, group, ping to da." "Oh. my, smothered langhtcr. He buttoned Me mat frunt hi chair bwarote, (110,1101 Jh. e. lot's. How nlco It will be," "Shall I take you to No. 6. or leave Tken JnmiKvtlB bJa rf ?IPV0 old Jalap a rut her Tu 'the basin mid turn Scald l.cr w lilt "Mr. Man." said Tlaa to tho driver, you at tho stand?!' ho managed to nsk, w alcr on to her quick. whltla. AtdJUplupe4oa4plcke-- l by a tbU- - nil your might, blie Is cldnn and it who was leaning against the lamp-ptx- l " To No. ?, I guess, We. aro greatly d lookl&ffVYerr Uuv aad fngigged and havo got- - so many bumf, Bat tka doator sdeWaKd,- - or b drove out ot won t'tiurtber, you Vnow.T.na." I big store." While Ros wai being scalded, Lr, "we waal to go to tack In aaswored''Tlna,"Ieanlng vod uUibt, Ned "They'll be wcV aro-narVoun, no your vreu.ibMisrignttiowt dlos' Ml of Auguttus' pul o ' tho carriage As ear heading Indicates, we propose la the futare to be head-qaarte- rs Jones ol afaktr pokiting with his thnmb. .. 1 iI.IbU t... I... a ,t... di.atwln, tl...! tlM on Jl atroct," "Oh, cracky,'' 'enldrHen to, himself, for all goods ia eur line. "Yea. we know thai." said linn, will; anil onvcnti! will n niih. o'J aou I "I neter en!oyed a fare like this in my HOW KEU AXBT1KA IT mt CHRIST. think he will die, so wo wot t atop f r great Ulgulty; "but we want a cor lifo. Conio Nip and Tip, we will tako Our -- Specialties are ' Greceries, Queensware, Hardware, ' MAS 8tfi)ITJ.NU. lfro." said Nol, moving' on to tho IhmI riage.' any meaoyP 'Cause you kaow them homo in stylo." "(iot Stoves, Wagon Material, &c. wore lying. For half aii hour great consternation whero Kiefiao and Ulati'-'bA Wory far tha Cklldren. my horses won't go without mixioy," had soUoV Magglo. Susan nnd tbe "NoMrTIaa, rkftT to uVa as early ftora carefulcxam iiat!oi they wer Wo bay freat flrst haads, 1h largo quantities aad for spot cask, "What a storyl" said Nod, firing tin. parenU children,, who had all retrain to SotrtNuWa tala woralfizt Annt deel rrd "very sick with brjln fcer. "Peoplo'nevorpay natll thoy bet to tiiJ saTlag tho dlsceaat. If yen will only call aad see Tor yesir-se- ir, to mncli " 1 ecu plaoo, and of oourva wa havo got turned and. were instituting a search for Katlo to Ttry Vlck aau eaMai hoi teat tan d by oat'iti . , them. n (or tuo."" aald Mm. Vlua til tuu- - llttln while iho doctor's hor$a had ho will cetiTlaco you that yea caa bay goods CHEAPER money," no ooananoO, bolUItig out lilr Hon to 'bad driven off to the lr, rwrMlAcorubor, unuisinjfl hmolf by si.tMng Aloton box: and rattling It. thaayou orcr bought them la Stanford before aad as cheap il.ttinhtr pollco station to notify tbo Chief of orau years sga, bewren his teeth With a w.ld sh" nk "th. by OoorgoP' aald tho driver. 1'olico of tho lose of two small children, you cau buy auy where. 'Oft. toamma, Uutt U toe bad. Yoo '; na,jfu,he4Uhls resv'ut'. " i "if this Lin t as good ns the stor, U)li. whom he minutely described. t otl)tr. ." flld Hit d't')r. eil n. Icbow you promlMd to taVa raa akop bv llooU.of thoIlolivTrno Inn. that fjl Mr. Kao waa trying to pacify tho li Is iris- & I n u.t V !.' ping with you." MldTlaa. burtUn? Into !. "-lor read about at tha hall t'othernljbt." two dlstractod mothers, Susan and lgDhon Writ h'Mnf so v il ud Irsml a f)eo4 ot tear. "Jlut. you see." said the driver to Magglo had been sent to hunt In diner-cn- t Ihrt you woultl not Want mo to let tbo dinner bell rang, and, shouting Tina, "X am afraid jou will spuud ah All of a sudden a hack directions. duargratvltBb aad nuatlo uflVr for tho nuoeaU jmddiug, tho children rushed your monoy, and thon I sha'nt has droro up to tho door with a grand nouraake of irli yew plcaiuro," said Mr. sown stairs, followed by tha doctor's any." ish, and tbu youthful oouplo descended r!arl, drawing Tloa to bar aide. aorso nnd carriage. Whcnthe bottom of "Woll." aald Tina, "what do yoa from It, looking as happy and deinuro "No-o,- " aald Tina, rather doubtfully! tho second tllght was reached there was, charge?" as two kittens, tbolrnrms filled with 4,but what shall I do all aloao this long not much carnage loft; btitNod comfort -"Woll, I guoAS at you'ro pretty light dayl"!. edTiuaby telling herthat "papa'sbuggy weight, I'll take you down for fifty bundles and tbelr tnoutlis with candy. IPHARMACISTS Why, where ou earth have vott boon, You mar rut) otw ami oik Nwl to gat smashed the other day, aad lie eeuu." " children f" said Mrs. Karle, while Mrs. featatUe Jay with" yw I t1UM gutusod nil doctors' did soaiot.mea." "But you must wait for us," said Henton hugged hod to ber bosom In -DaiLias ia- WaKgio to tnaka a uloo quocn's Maggto had a nlco dinner for tha, "to brine uabaolc" with Iroitlajf ami sauce, aad you chlldron. and was going to stay and at- llaa. thon I'll have to charge yoa a her delight at having him safo and "Oh, Drags, .Books, Stationery sound. anilKcd can dlrva in stAto,"' tend to them, but Tina declared that dollar; urty ccota apiece. "Why, we have been out shopping," and Fanoy Artiolea. "Oh, that will bo mewi I will bo tho her mamma had said they wero to dlno Tho chlhlron got out their monoy and said Tina, la tho most innocent fashPhjijolan' pratctlpUoai aceorat); emMaii4c4 mamma nnd Xcd the papa, and wo will alalia. Maggie laughed nt tho tvro canned it to mm. ion. Alo pat tha deWat 'hi tte ef tha other small specimens at the largo table, and, "isay. Atoms, does your mamma havo chair. You may eowo, too, Snip," sho ufter fastening their napVlni for thorn, k&ew where you aro? You must tall ful"Aud weand no bought somo beautirig. i. I v JEWEliEKMl ono mutt see them things, which bad been went out ot tha room, s tying: "You can mo your, names and whero you llvo." said to tho sy until Clirlstlmaj, must they Tina?" said ', looking into , bar fayo taost ring for mo If you want mo. "XamMlMTIna Karle, and Uve at Ned. stwrad all her griefs le "Oh. n't this Jolly," aald Tina. No. 6 FBeelaad street, and his name Is "No, indeed, thov must not T Largest Sleek of Watches, aailjo-- j Snip, Uvou chair; but j, won't, we have "Iluro, the food, It Uu't good don'to Ned He nl on, aad he lives at No, 0," It," nusuored tho little damsoL think of man-nClocks, Jewelry k Silverware "Oh, goodie! jeodtet sinru at answered Tlaa. " O children, how you have fright, HtM, whirling rs." "Well, trot la: I'll take von." a graad tlsw.'aai Em broogbtlto IhU nukt. Prlwa Lower tkaa subbed and laughed Mrs. onod loud as he around, while Salp barked "Oh. dear, Ned, wo havo forgotlon Nod sprang Into the carriage aad Tlaa Earlo. us," thLotaWiUhet, Clack Ja'tlrr B. ptltftt oa tboit DoUca aad;WarraatL the children," said Tina, with a look of followed. eould. interMr. Earlo had moamvhilo Well, oaly be a geod irirl asd mind dismay. "Well, I thmk your are very unpollte, hau' nnd " lint thoy aro too slo't to come dowa Ned Beaten, to get la first. Mamma viewed tho driver of theMiss Tina's re. kwrryiBg oflT MaKgk'i said Mrs. him not to obey let the butler laVo up their dia say geamplums always let the ladies 3uotod stairs; to goi reauy. "Yes, wamias, I wNl; eoae. Salp, nor,' sa'd Nod, very gravel), perocde them," said Tlaa, poatlag her "No, 'r;I won't Hut, you see, it Tiun ordorcd an imaginary butler to rosy lip. us go ovur bjhi naa niui tot was such a precious pair. I couldn't little of o cry thing to tha Well. I will next Ume," aaswered spoil their fun, and I wouldn't have let Tina, with Snip nt her heels, was soon tak up Hying across the Bisect. Nad saw her children, aud to tell Algouon to open Ned, pulling up the carriage robe. Snip an thing happen to them for a thousand from an upper, winde and rttsbed do wa li.s mouth cnrofuUy, so his bead would toelc the opposite seat, aau seemed very dollars.0 not come apart, llio chlldrea began o hapfy. to opea the dftor '"'"' stirring up the poDr. Henton, she eat Her d.unor. Thoy mot with a fow T1"- - boor "WeH." eald Bea. North, gather- lice to hunt forafter children, returnodto O, Kcd." t tho hMldo she door, "yoa are lo spend mlshapa, such as spilling tbo salt, kttlag ing up tbe relas, "I never bad two such was lind them safo and sound. the day wHh we, ad w are to have this popper too fraely, and buralag their ailtai for passengers, going shopiiW, TLe children s parent tried to im eucea's pudding far d'aaer, and eat it I ngi rs With the very hot roasted pota- on their own account, la my life. I'll press upon taotn the eyocdliig naught- all aloaa ia the difi'nirraem, iattoad of toes, but ou Iho whole, behnied with take are of them ami see that ae bar Wou t propriety. Snip was treatod to a morsel, coma ef it .They are off oa a frolic Iness of their conduct, but could sot in the kitchen w.tu Male. it lina. quite occatlo .ally, which he scorned to enjoy aad 1 eaa't bear to spoil tbe litUe lind byin their heart to spoil their happy that be eloxaatr gu any very severe punishment, io day greatly. witters fun." out of breath. no buttor bo sure of Horsefi and Fine Turnouts. Rates When pudding vtate eaote, Tiaa orOh, It wHl be porfectly magnlfl-ceat,- " Ia a few minutes tha carriage reached bread fortier hadthat night, bbt on their Nice suppor that was iv.-- i 4lti answered Kcd, who was one year dered it la with such aa amount of dig. Marshal's. Med assisted Tiaa to alight, MsMlfla not so dreadful, as one had Jelly aad tho youneer fcsa 11a. m . he had Just nliv that Maggie laughed outright. Tha la gallant style, aaueh to tbe annua otuer warmaiauo. It until thoy could oata9 up tcd.Uareixth birthday-- I'raaclng his children ate ofdinner Tina aald: "Now Beat t passers-by- . Una's papa promptly paid the driver wore. After Jud dowa the liaM, ed gave jouo Tbe ehUdrea clasped hands aad enwo will go Into the library and talk tered tha stare, their tys open to their of tho hick Ills teu cents, but h'o never foellnzs ot delight. mam". Kim up stairs aad asV your mamma awhile, as papa and mnitima do oa It was easy tu suppose drove Tlmt out again without her TruvMcr. to the wide it axtaat.owpaay with some older nia-7'O- ifon Thuy walked anuda-ar- a lfyo4ioaiewe.V aaldr.aa- - . Aid aa iBjiflr k ia aaymaatity. they ware la .. Olt, she has bouu away for two library, aud each taking a large cuy parson, a there were a great uaay Mohssetd Nice belldlax lots fersaU at u clia'r, weru soon busily engaged In a people la the store, .rrinrnnvBTirJ'BVV,Bifsianawj w, aTv t'aya, eut i win bik ouh, ui "Held oa t'ght, -' . -" They huA tbelr Junction. H.Q. Wart. glad 'uuh to lut we go, she says 1 hover llu'Iv comersatloa about Uie approach-I- Ned," aald Tiaa. m-Mt- i.wn.,wIUSMlSJH Jnlmorlmrnal Je M'ROBERTS&STAGG ," lc. to-da- y, -o Will Display the Largest Stock nr ai HOLIDAY NOVELTIES Presents for Everybody! T a. Vse. - n sup-po- y. pop-stu- n H.O. RTJPLES1T. a I have received and am still receiv ing New Goods for Fall and "Winter, uuuiprismg- me Dest in tne market, which will be gotten 'up in style and make second to none in city or Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley: y bo-hl- n-- ) W. H. HIGGINS I -- rr '- AixIdrawlaa-bU.warcbfrUahl- ly i aii nt pul. of-o- a . HEADQUARTERS." btted-natur- Mar-dial- 'a o of-th- o b-- a, BRIGHT & CURRAN, wmwmm WM ister Br 'mi J f pud-din- g, Skyo-tcrrie- aympa-thettualV- u " Miyt Id JlJSTTD lot i Veeflr SHOP. rei w SITIAIBILIEI! I3CJLK;IsrElSS Sua-days- ." ,We.'I C'bjUtiBif,. . . """ : r-- V m j,j u V jM-IQIrtiiifxittitri)(n- Saah vfIO WwaawfJ MrsMHAMr, the frail female, U Tl GEO. 99 aw t Tr? ItJTW I ewfl 'H PB 0. iABHESh SCOTLAND &crtTi.Aicn, tntPVWCaJI 94 Wailfl UlaTs1 HW. IrWIT IWWfW wi i NovcMntR 28.18 J. j appeared h a new rote. AnolW tree wrote a book, whteii she claimed now. l&otlnufcl from lest Inue. EBIT6H dallied her to greatly that there we Beth-la- g If. P. WALTM. Our frlead John, who U a walking ejelo left for her to 1(0 bat to hom-wblpeitl oa fitilg topics, took ua atowg the in her and the did it In handaoma Myl-showlftg m rha mineral tfirlnft that AMVHaftjeer rIIltejo,innd lie woaaari'a own a part meat In the prwenee beach, the Hill yields Ita chalybeate treasures and hi KfM aad (to tead, Ite redeemed not- eeee made Peterhead a watering-pltr- , aad awredeeesed ffowW, re rapidly draw- - to eetaa to her rescue. ed for It health giving fountain. Then he to Iff close anil the gladsome mmm el Carmmj; bin annouaeel h(a aaweaittees took ua to the granite polishing work, thetatmsi I tgeln upon us. We are not at Itat, KadaU gets the ehalrisBthlp whtnee many a tombstone gees to Amerl hend (o mortKae or grew aaaeh of a bat we always feel t Ihre MHM of Appropriation; Tucker the JadMary; ca. By steam and improved machinery -- WE WILL, BE Mbe reviewing the event and the retake Cox, Narai ASabr; WWh, Kdaeatian; the polishing procesa Is reduced to a seieeee summing up bow greet aa RetgiB, Commeicr; B'luntl, BtnklDg and and we were well repaid for going over the I the vearnnd k baa Carreney; Cnrtln, foreigh arTtlra; Dunn, eeUMMimenl, where again and again the etaeaat of blessings or mtfwtui brought to w. Though litre were fail- Risers ard Harborr; KoMcrasii, Military workmen called us by name aad gave kindure of crop in several loctllt!( t, owing lo afTtirt; Hewitt, Pennlom; Phil Tbompean ly greeting, showing that they had been In protracted drou,the, the country a a whole get llie chairmanship of Kxpendllurea for attendance on the meeting. Bind, (hen emory, then a finer polishing preparation hat beta unusually prosperous mil ti a the War D.'ptitment, nation our bleInf,i largely predominate. The report of the auditor shows the like a chalk paste, used in euceeation, with Jfo epidemic hia vMted m and the freedom Slate's fintneet lo be ia a bad shape. It circular climes, filled on THAN EVER BEFORE. OUR STOCK, CONSISTING' OF jeem disease of every kind hti been ittj shows dtficit In the general expenditure rods and moved over the turfscj of the aaerked. Trae, death he Invaded man fund of $101,375 G7 when the cash balance granite at pleasure, give the exquisite, rnlr polish we are to familiar with ia beaetholde and left fond heard lo mourn, thonld be much greater than that sum. bat that must alwaye bi the case as long n Our legislature will have many things to our home cemeteries Monday we hired a "machine" as vehitbe kSnt of Trrrere bold away. Thaee of ua look after when it n.ttt, uch at the faulty wbo hare been spared though and are lawp, the pro tem ralarlca of cle for pleasuring are generlcally termed, awewment to eee a return of the happy day Judges and the extravagant demands of holding 5 with the driver; and tgaln having the company of our gocd John Buch-an- , of the world we born, the which the Savior pauptrcouotlei. who declined going to tea, thonch it bare much oeeasion for thankfulness and It won't alwtjit do to trnat a man oa ac waa a fine day for fishlni, became be wishonly by trying to wBabouIdahowlt.not hi daddy, aa the who b happy ourselves but by doing our beet count of young Brownlow republicans door- - ed toarcsmpany us, we set out for a aunt with the to tome ancient castles In the nelghborhqod. make others to. Let u then forget our honored to -- ISkeeper hip of the Houra have found to "Inverogie" and "Riven' Crag" teed sliaerencct, ceeee our bickering and re He drew pay for every mem 700 and 1,000 yeatt respective! r, or reputmember that he alone is. a philosopher, who theli sorrow. tilt familr and many of his neighbors ed thus aged no one being able to suo can let the wild world wsr aa it will; jet berof ml hannv still. And while we and friends who never did any aervice cessfully dispute the current legtnds lie W.. whatever. about three miles out from Peterhead on who ate able to procure the pleaturet TU Current, Elgar L. Wakefield's new "Inverugle Water," a beautiful brcoV that purchasable with money are ejijoylog thera, let at not forget the poor, but add to their literary Journal, published at Chicago, hat dropa into the ocean ita sparkling contribueoBifott aa the Lord has prospered ua. made Its appearance and fully realties the tion, jntt north of the town. We rambled Feeling at peace with all hi world,(alajs great expectations concerning it. It it over them enjoying the mouldy flavor of excepting the delinquent subscriber,) and beautifully printed and one of ita novelties everything with our usual gmto,for, rtrj profoundly grateful lo thoae who hare is theue timile of each contributor's signa- strange to relate, these frequent ruina do wtoodby ua for the many years we hare ture to hit article. The subscription price not pall npon one, aa might be expected. On the tarface there is the element of To our Slock, enables us to buy Gowfc In Largo Quantities, and by paying spot cash for iritd lo eerve them, we wish each and all a la $4 ier annum. the ni, we guaraolte to offer sameness about the relics of ancient dining-ball".Merry Christmas and a Happy New Scrrosixo that their votes for htm for CLOSER FIGURES Ib.n any Houw In tows. the great fire place, 5xJ0 feel; the arr.B Speaker was meant as an endorsement at Q Talbott, Representative of the leader of the party In Congress, Kelfer winding alone steps up ancient turrets; Hos. A. dungeon-lik- e apirttaents below; with the Xoyle county, and candidate for Speaker assayed to play the leading role the other ivy and arched windows of eccllattlcal the Howe, wa here Saturday and au- day, but was to severely sat down upon ef ueg-mmngruins added la some; yet each has inch an thorised us to lay that he it a candidate that he will hardly try it tgain. unique history of its own, at quite to Infor the democratic nomination for Congress It it telegraphed from Newport that Col. vest ittttone and mortar with a new and atad only asks of the party that no action T. L. Jones will positively refute to allow ttrange charm, albeit, it seems like a twin betaken to name a candidate until hit bit name logo before the Legtlalure at a brother of the last wreck of architecture Though term at Frankfort is complete. candidate for U. 8, Senator, but surely you inspected. 60 we enjoyed Inverugle We will handle no Implement on comm!ioB, but buy thera alraight out for the cash, mIHg all eeaaiderably advanced in years Col.Talbott there rtlustbe some diouBt.. Wt mifake about it. The and Raren't Crag like the rest, Tbe Ktilh ask no favors of any one, but with an equal showing, we will give ia aa active as most men of 60, and if be J Cut. has not heretofore been that kind of a you figures that will defy coHipetiiloa. W, family were once the great onea of thit ilk, aemiaaled, at he teems confident ha will man. and fronting tbe main street. Just before the most cordially return our thank, to our friends for their very liberal fee, be will mike the warmest canvas ever patronage for tbe past year, aad hit ,0 nARLAN county draws nearly $10,000 Towa Hall, oa a platform mSTnTiUfl district, lie rcnabliean in this merit a continuance in 188-1- . from the treasury than aha pays ia tod about 20 yarda each way and mounted by Respectfully &aa served two terms in Congrea with dia Rockcastle nearly $6,000. three rows of granite steps from the street, and tbinkt that he it belter able twiction of the "bairns" cf a favorite DEATHS sow tbtn ever, to eerve his people at Wash Peterhead, stands a bronz ttatue, larger iegton. Mi. J W. Eubankt received a tele- than life, of one of tbe family, whose Mito In defense of its frUnd, Billy Bradley, gram Saturday, that fail daughter, Mrs. ry is brieuy tola by tuts inscription : --he Stmtrut EepuUiain n imea several it da Nettie Waller, who married a year ago ' Field Marshal Keitb. Born at Inverugle ted inatancei of republican! be.ng bulldcaed and removed to Michigan, had died sud- In 1C96. Killed at the battle of Hochkir- Ml Ike polle. Admitting them to be true, denly at her home in that State. Her re- cben Oct. 14, 17SS. Tbe gift of William I ahoagh. we doubt that they are, the demo- - mains will arrive to day. She wat a memKin of Prussia to the town of Peterhead, ferred to take us oa the excurtioa to be large portions have fallen luto the bands ef talCASTItt ABTKHTtVHgaT. entic party it no more rerpontible for ber of the Baplitt church here and a very August 23, 1868. IVcout orbiit " described 10 this letter, we were otTbr others by successive sale. Tbe present tbem than the editor of the ItepnUUan it estimable christian. The Norman family of Cheybe wore the 9:30 A.M., sharp, fcr "Stain's Caatle" and Lord of Slstn's Caalle, hoaever, Is B. T. WALTBH still for Slagel't triple murdert. That there Aa iodicated in our last, Mr. James proprietors of tht ttately Raven's Crag and tbe "Dullar of Bucbaa." These lit to DJ3MXJLHT, tht the owner of a large body of land, ihouch a lattCASTKB, Kr. are in the democralio pirty at in the repub Logan died Thursday afternoon of aa af Inverogie fell to tba Keiths through , south about 6 or 7 Billet. Tbe Captain mere fragment of an original grant maU from men mean enough to do any thine:, fection of the heart, similar to that of Dr. marriaee into tbe Cbevi.e family. Both had engaged lican, I u 11 . m, ,Bi awn I lo S r. h. a "wagonette," like the "ma- byaSeottthKlngto tht reputed founder we candidly admit, and no one condemn! Montgomery's. When attacked be re- castles are In picturesquely beautiful plso chine" la which wa drove to Inverugie, the of tbe family-one Hay, who, for soperbu-rat- a 8AM IT. BUHDKTT. tfceir crimes mora than we. do, but to raiee marked that hit time had come and thai et the winding Inverugie Water laving day before and we went over tht tamt road gallantry in turning back tU tldt ef .A.TXOimiaV JT.A.W, ha Moody thlrt howl becaute of them, it he would go off at the Dr. did. Mr, Lo- the base of the pretty eminence oa which for 3 miles LANCASTER, KY. we traveled ia tbe great, battle agalett the Danes, when that tbe Scots aaaaealing and diaguttint; to every fair gan was S3 years of age and leaves a wife, both are built. Ravea'a Crag it about a lumbering Will prattle Is flwrni tad edjetatac Mantis 'bus, with tbe three great horses were fleeing, routed, had a much laad givb4 Court .(Apt-s- is. ilM-ljwho waa a Mitt Traylor, and five children mile higher up the stream than Inverugle yoked abreast to draw it, the dsy we visit- en Mm a a falcon could eoapas la a tinTax Judges of the Court of Appeal to mourn hit lot. lie waa a member of It wat a charming jaunt in tbe pleasant ed BuchaoaeM Going right gle flight. Tbe tsaaibls bird made a VAtTJABL- Xlt have been dodging around the dlfit of the Christian Church for a number of autamn weather. Between Tbe caallea we on instead of tiraisg dowa to Bsddem and enclosing a district 0 mile one. way by Kentucky tiver, almost praying, for the years and possetaed many fiae traitt of noticed aa entrance into one of tbe mead the beaeb, we raa uader the brow ef Ster- Saaothai before alighting. One of tbe recka to fall on and hide thera, became of character. owe wat under a 12 foot asett seede by the ling Hill ("St-Irnull," tht Scotch pro- preaeat Earl's sees It Lord Arthur Hay, MAJLE. fal report that Tom Buford had crowed -lower jawbone of a while. It wat neat and nounce It), whtre tbe red graail grows. who with Lord Kilmarnoek, the heir of the ftUg(WS.f teat raging Ohio, and wfth shot tun oa unique. There are three tech near Peter-bea- Such cavernous recesses; tuch iaeredlble Earldom, is la tbe Army at present. The The building of the new Presbyterian aataalder waa movinr toward Frankfort to reliet of tbe captor of these sea. blocks; tueh prodigious crane for hotatlng Countess is a noble christian lady, who lasM, with U rt4t awes of stahi rouas, l a him another iudge. But it tunas ont church at Frankfort baa beea let at $2,116. monsters by Peterhead wbalera. and lowering; taeb perpetual clang of bats- loves to do coed and has her cist In tbe BMttr on rsrr. as) hUa4ltrUUaa4laa(siiittwftmlUlsfs. sad ,t culUfilUa, Tba total indebtedness of the Louis- Keform Bill" mutt. have beta a men oa drills; such 'blaatiag aad boring, 8sbbath-tcbcoto be all a hoax and the fleeing txpoaBd Tbe ellMaflairsss. Ua as I am informed, at tbe The IwafU. the law are hereby ootiSed that they villa churches it nearly a million of dollart. popular taeaaare with the people 0 Bueh si m ply beggar description. All thl coal, little fi.blng village of Port ectof It Uilik sum thrvuia Erroll Jattbe. o tsrsa,abltak4lueuatsrrrtMTSBlMik lU eaa return to their hornet. Tom ia still in Eav. John Curt Wright, born fa 1790, aa, for there 1 ia the middle of: Main street aad how ftr back I know act, it one solid' lew the Castle. M lbs Jfmnnville and barrieg aa coeaalonal aad tba oldest Uaitariau clergyman ia the of our little city a baadsomt, round, pel taeceatloa'of red graaiteof tbt very finest The front gate of tht long carriage drive W t sers. aaattsttb B. M. Jou Isna.ealetwers. T m(4s ajstHs. ar iMrUtd I suit pastas-- 1 oltnght oa iaaoceat rabbitthowi no dia country, died at Wayland, Matt. s bed granite shaft 33 feet ia height, wilb quality. The ocean speeds its force ea wtt open, and we entered with Ua tome Utile '.? S?1P wUI stsakav svan-t- a. j.lloo U Tissilion to be blood thirsty.. ',l Abe a Tba OmitiiutionalUt stvi a colored Ecoteh lion rtmptnt oa tbe apex, oaly tbe granite; the bouses, walls, fence are gran- Irtpldalleo, aa oar driver Informed us tbat !Mn Ji? " tbeifdsserlbsd e fifty seven pesont ia a creek pawa are sot aeptrated at la lae original ite; the baptlfd roads are metalled with hi lordship waa a "lllile queer," wKen peo. la lk laurseeUeTof KanrJcMSTJattieeis proverbial but It tee tsall(a u4 Bum VWs tutaslkas, cmUIs-l- u ia a peculiar tombstone granite; and the quirrier't hous- pie intruded without Invltatlea ea hit stout . Assanirstfll strse. s4 waa Utter applied than when Capt. aesr Emioeaee la fifteen minute; nearly 4 emblem, but here plaetd attitude, at if retureiet; thtakt es make villages at Interval around Stir- premises. But w found no oaa to bar eur MwiitwHi.iiniL Alssa star Uum U to the minute. d Gordoa, who purtuaded a . 1 "' "'JSatSTIII. S lUtbUH DMT tht 4s- Vermont has only 114 Baptist church- for tbe passage of tbe bill; and a little! ling Hill aad aear the neighboring sea- progress and being eitiiens of a "cheeky'' uituw, uunsi wi in las Ulorulrr rata. school cirl to elope with him aad then slrrr . Ac All lk sboT pnpsrlv HlbsseM marriaga ceremony, induced es with a membership of but 9,410. It la tglaatlon eta evea (brow a gleam of grate- wall. The average height of this cruel country, we pushed on until the winding vstr lllwral terms. For further urtMuu with a mock wm. Mkhkmlk,rtl grim visage ol the roytl coast ia about 100 fast perpendicular, with gravel road brought us to the stable yard oasrsddrMs tep.lt If star to believe that he had made her his usually too cold In that church to go down ful joy Into the expressing no other emotion frequent indentation, forming the wildest No one putting In an tppetranet, we pas. wtftaad succeeded ia aecomplUhiog bit into the water aad the people consequently beast, otually lacuna to some other mode of baptism. than a vehement purpose to hold all he rock cove Imaginable. At intervale tbe ed through aa open gate and out upon tha feats fsrpsM, waa teattaeed to the penitenThe new Methodist Church South, at had and get all the rest. Underneath, on fishermen have narrow beaches at the end cilO, from which we bad a fiae view of tbe tiary for aevea Tears aad fined $1,000. Braa this though it light punishment ,for Georgetown, it about completed and servi the two tableta of the square block tbat of these cavernous recess, where they o-- stately pile It It of modern construction, la written haul up tbtlr boat oa the shingles, but covering a good deal of ground, with pret smell aa offense. Hanging weald hardly ces will be held to it Sunday neat. It ia supports this aggressive animal, , one of tbe handsomest churches in the city. on the one, "Concordia, Btt parts trttcu-dthese favored spot are Infrequent. Tbe ty ronnd turrettlng at Intervals, built of for hit crime. lh other Bullarsof Bachsn is one such. It lie six red granite, of course, and right upon Chain Instead ef beaebet will be used. Ditsordia, Maxima dSabmtur, en tht Although there are bat seventeen HervaU femuno Knommifae tinWe et uulus mile south of Peterhead. I don't know msrgla of tbe rocky The oldest Legit-laterLAUD, STOCK Aim CMP. members la the Kentucky doubt much whether many ef there where the name came from, Imagine a part of Ihe building, indeed, ia flush with hia. I they will go through the faree of A thorough' bie.1 red bull calf for tela, thingt will Interest my reader In the granite clatera orer 100 feet deep, oral tbe beetling crag aad one looks down a XiRucMNter, aad voting for a U.8 , Senator. Ileary Btugbmaa, Stanford. Boaakutlog at they do me ia the cbaervatloa rather thaa round, with a perforation at precipice of over 100 feet upon deep waters Gala. Morrow; Kelley, Bradley, 8rope, rserre Lorlllard won $67,911 tbe ptit. of them, but I put them down to read or tht bottom Urge enough to admit baata for that lath the bate. From tbt flagstaff White, Fiaaell and others are mentioned season on the lurl; tbe Dwver Brethera. tkip at eaeh may Incline. the purpose of inspection, the mouth of floated tbe harl' banner a geldea crown far the empty honor. It la understood that $136,000. Tbe meeting goes oa and of course la tbe this well or huge cistern, it about 150 feet on a blood-reground, with EE upon It, r Gtrrard, will Hen. Waa. Berktle, Wanted M thoroughbred and good chief thing. Sapping aad minlog are dull one way by 100 the other, and a narrow which I suppose It the monogramraetle debit party's vote for Speaker of tht grade built, from 9 to 30 months old, Important. read runt around It. At oee point, howev- vice for Earl of Errol. Oa of the HpanUh . things o describe, though all . Haute T Young, McKinnay. We have two service dally aad have bad er, one baa the awfol wtll oa tbe left and Armada, supposed to have beea lb ship Charles Oroata told t W. O. Dunn, tlnee arrival. The weather, so fine for tbe precipice of tbt Islet on tbe right for aa St. Catherine, went ashore here aad a PeCm. McCartt, the asebtaat Secretary f Bute, does boI find bit offise the boaaa. a lot of 1.630 lb tteert, at 6 cents aad an- - touring, bu been fatal to the attendance uncomfortable dlttaaee. I eaa oaly aay terhead diver a yetr er aoge recovered Mftkint: Extern-si;- o of many fishermen, who have been too busy with Dr. Samuel Johoaon, who visited the sundry reliea of Ihe stranded vessel. A aathatitwia under the Blackburn rule. other lot of 885 lb., do at 4) cents. Ia Clark county, 1,300 barrels of etn to come. Tbe "faith cure" ta making way spot aad described it long years ago: ' We small cannon, takea up from tht tpot wat fees do not exeeed S150 per aeath lying fat eattU at S slowly. Tbe wstert behind tbe dam are made the eireult aed I wat glad wbea U stead, on the grast ef tbe ellfl", where w ueb' sold at $1 90, lBtt feTtxiraXtek Hm yredtoassor frtqaeatlr la tbe ground. I hear day whan old Luke spit oa hit haads aad 68 turklet at aa average of $1.30, rising I am aure, but wbea tbe overflow waa over." I bava't quite the "bead" for the d!f er advertised the recovered relies fei ia I bava three paira of large aad began turning the pardon mill rank. will ease I know not. Oaly 18 ceofetj. preeipUe I oaea had, wbea Both lag tu ru- sale, but whether be asked too mueb, er aged mules for tale, bow feedlag at 8. IT, loot for aonl thus far; 15 for body. The ed me ditty. We trusted the LORD, Win- - peopleeared nothing for the aeuveairscfa age, I know not. At anv Thb Louisville IUl remarks: Sines Baagbmaa'a sear aXanford Ky., J. 8. people are learnlag. We muat be patient, auye the Beit Stwk ia Cm-ad ha ad aad weal around aaftly. Oee dr. rate, tbU eld aasnea that osgbt at least lo Aad SUekbsra baa eetaed to fee Oovernor, Wal Hughes. to unlearn, which auit ta enough though. The aaberaea were be la a museum, Is Iviag beeaute there Is to mueh tral Keat.eky. They hare Pari wr eHfT, appa. mak-it- . aa tbe bat eome eat of bit hole and la D.JrPhllllpa bought ef John Bryant hardest ef all. Will wrltea ebeer ful- all oat, taking advantage ef tht flat weata. really forgotten. We taw aa one ef tbt SHi, Oarpvt. . the Itthuok JesaatAL aa eieeedlagly fourteen bead of mules, 14 tad IS hindt la tbe where be U doing what be er aad we could not get a boat to eater tbe Erl a family, or retainers, and after la. ly from London, OajM aael Pealttatlary The last lasae It a double aarlghtly paper. open. cistern through tbt perforation below. It tpeetlec everything to our heart' eeoteat, high, five aad alx years old, far $1,600. Clalri, Marble Tea, aaa at deert of bepe tad usefulness retraced our e'eps, grateful for tbe pleasant aMtaaber, with aay smouBt of good reading . U. -LB. O. Democrat. Ever la Jew, GeatTeStaaidfcXK. it Mid to be much finer looking up freat visit and admiring tht nnbtecatn'n taste In iaiH. At 0. A, Farra'a tU of short boras, ia teattea Taelei, below, thaa dowa from above. It la tuft tbe ttleetlen of a rraldance, Tt grand urHattiY Wabu JtaaoHta aay: HOTtX, PsWaWMBAB.ScOTtAHO, eteatly Jessamine aunty, 17 eowa aggregated $,- tba way wa viewed tea view Is unsurpassed aad una can do no WeveaWiat.Get of tba tababMaaU at Maavea kara waa about tht 11. better than quote Dr. Samuel Johnson 1863.-Tutaverage of $1(5, and two Wile Nov. atHb, tea Tap aad Mat- Yea, but yea wea't be aUa (0 Stala't Cattle It tba teat of tbt Kar of again, who paid a visit to Ibe cattle In hit loveliest dty wt have bad la tbe almost BtMbtf8 raeh. trami, IMUtg led Leaa- time: "I would not for my imuaemeat play tba band with tbeaa there that -- Low, Black Wrkshlre thin balr, ualaterupted fee weather we have bad since Erroll Lord Lieut, ef Seotlaad aad own wish for a storm." he wrote; "but aa storms, gef, Bedi k Ceti, Warireeee d htak, wttg4a betweea 150 aad 300 tew, ttave baee.tJwuld you by great pounds; white eoalsK ta Peterhead. And our goad friend, ceuala to Qoeea Victoria. AatBcteatfam. whether wihed foror not, will sometime aai Sefai, aad fjaWt oa K near; wane. eei ami tear oa Giaa Capt. Duthle, wbilow the commander of a lly; oaee owning aa Immense traet of land htppen. I may stv, without violation of Xept ia a 7int-la- Xrarytaiacr Site U paratklad to enter tba fesrly faraitare Stere. humanity, that I slmnM willingly look oul hereabout, Tmrk nurdtrafa eely ef tbe vast army II qiwler. A reward will be Klvee ht bar ship MiUng to the Evt Indies, but bow ea.- of one of thebat through tbe extravtgtaee upon them from 8'alii'i Catle." offJHgHr having GrHHHlHtea Karl, a few generation back, gaged oa store a. a WjCU.,DeaniUrd. Cent'sutJ neat Issue. tleterrlstT it, felt tbe baker daw FtUty. hew p tor-eartentl-aaetr- WMfoii It-,- - ' dmmAm- - x, iim "1'ltA.IHll Tlira liOBD" rW'Ja'CTw'e wT4W TO OUR PATRONS !I Beginning with, the New Year. BETTER PREPARED! rapidly-revoltin- g ror-llk- per-nilt- td Groceries, Queensware, Hardware. Tin- ware, Stoves, Harness and Saddlery, By far the Largest Ever Brought to Stanford. Having added a WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT s; We have recently Added aLine of Wagons to our Stock turn, witn tne JNew Year, will add a Full Line of all kinds Farming Implements and Machinery. . half-circul- play-groun- d BRIGHT & CURRAIi. SUltOBON At rxni-,fori- r) light-hous- oir-cu- Garrard Co. Lands f,Pr'",tftyrsafaUaleers, as-- mrf HV jo I'1? "! itirli( ltlr. At-s- "HjivlVflk !,ftr ls - rain-lat- er turn-pik- fllteea-year-ol- r. '". " ENTERPRISE Grocery. sea-wa- KcHtwcky, d ra-tal- GEO.D.BUEDETT c3 CO.. Addltiona Lately been St (l s half-burie- well-brok- e (a . bw aa4X4Ki Q, LtS'i i awe-Iplri- aday yu lair rtira fith-cure- Price. J ywiwliHtfiHtBw''. AiHphIIhi-wKo fancy I WwehlHrrT. go CHrHyH. tttHglew. flw,aai HftrlHy hmi! TwrtM H'Hfoww. Aw., mI wtp wwwrywHtl hay of Wir.f, ft. Wir.TIAw. TlHufiniTlUc, Kfa.wthy grocerl la MHctlfAJ Owsley' POME nice present Niri: VatMlflloVi for Jnntllon. II 0. Ware Kla Eton htary Jeani panl nl 75 . I. k at Mlchnoni sell Rood JEW AnTKHTMCarMTfl. In glassware at T. K. gtMterd, Kjr Pit-a-- ir S3, IMS Walton's, cor fHie ftn and Somerset .. in Hbkiht ACunnAi; hate a Hotter line of 200 LIVE TAME PIGEONS! imm mrms. than any body. I)n'( fill to iter opened In 8lnfonl, cn be seen at 'er which t will pay It renta splec II delivered D. RIW. rffl nfln. Hvr Pamtm f 1m7 A MeAltater. mi. by next Fsturdsy. Nlh Ins'. Our slock of above good coss-ietof Mtce stock of blrtWar esr4s t Frmiy A given to each boy A tack of Now U the lima to buy your w later MAI(tr'ri. US-rrrtldtnlBtaaSml Dun ulnb. geed. while I). KIm baa a full lle of who buys 60a worth of toys st T. 1L Wal8fAxriw km) mixed jtflU t Me ton' or to morrow. Terjrthlof you want. Jea. Haas Hoe; Cholera Cur. Fean A RL'lll thould ehotild be arolded by (II Solon Craiq. negro wa Jailed last night A MeAlkter sole agents, who with to take lime In relecttng good'. for drawing n pistol and daring the boy First NaHkand m Mock of ee err I Mug ia tin Hence, call early on D Klae. A mrtln.flh!UUiMrsef th to (hoot sky rocket at him, tional Rank will b hll st Ib'lr btnklnf bous In jewelry Hm t Fenny A MeAMtr'. onTors-lsyg, tail, lit lh purpose Blsnforil, Jsn Watch w, Clock and Jtwclrr repaired The 'laughter of ribbltt during Ihl witch given to each of slocllni elsranDlretlors Ut eerts for Ih rmutof A FirrrEM-cr.Xami warranted by Penny A McAlIster, nd they gtrl who buy 60o worth of toy at T. R J'"m. II enowy epell ha been (remenilou J. a. MeKOBi:HT.S,Cthn. For eentH. coUs. Ac. use Uocapound drug on the market at 0 cent. " or to morrow, Wslton's y Syrup While Fine. Pat Hp In 25c and 60c are a Bottle. Trial mil luo. MCKoBitu You will find notne hndome goixU for All communication by telephone from Chrl'tn)M In onr (iDeentware depirtment. Ibis point Is cut of! by rebon of the 1eet Moi.8tnclic1LCiipB, of th Fsrmers A mesllnseflhtSmlihoIJ.rs Don't fall to come and tea u. Bright A and snow knocking th wire down. Msltocal Itank will b hrld st Ih.lr banklrc htui . - Currin, for Ih purInatsnrorJ, on Tiinlar, Jan 8, IMI. Mim Bnu.r TrncR Is sliltlng at Lnwill haro a pose ol elsetlog nine Directors lo strre for th en- The Kiepwar. I). Kla will ell good hootingStanford onGun Club New Yiar' day and sums rsar, match dse. II. J. Jt. OirwiiBr.Osshler. Majolica Pitchers, &c, We have a Beautiful Line Decs-rate- d Mr. If. G. Thompson and wlfe,of Eaet blanket at $1 76 per pair, good bed com the President advertise for pigeon In thl fort at 83 ct each and good fhnnel a and Gold-Ban- d Tea Sets, Issue. MimAkxic llioutm.of KlrkiTllle.lt 20 cent per yard. two to four Al.L the train wrre from the (fleet of Mrs. W. II. HlaglM. E It Chejiaolt, dmiiilitrator of Dr. A metltnioflh stockhodtri of th Ns lion si Mim KvtK Kuslix, a Bjle county Montgomery, will 'til hi perioral edect hour late yesterdy, Mined, by elide; hence tbe abtence of ovine of oar regular lUtk of lluitonslll will Ik hsld at thslr banking I with M'n Halite Penny. besaty, h Janurr 8th. They Include 30 odd day of Jai. houieln lluitontl!l, Mr. W. II, SrnAnuN, resident engln. for to and other valuable Block. communications, 1881, lortlictlon of sine dlrtrtors a. ir. nnvuv.it, eer on the K. 0 , wai here Btlurday. Over fifteen hundred pound of French Cashier. tuiinir at Stanford The MimBam.ik VAKURTCLn, of Han liot for Junction went to rleep Frldy night nd and afick candy, besldei a full line tem College, iaat home for the holiday. , for gotiun Into by the exprea-- damaging the eign fruit and nut bought 'specially Ktv.J.K FwrxM, of Corlsgton, He wit promptly Chrlatmaa, st Blight A Curran. ot the College faculty la engine conilderably. here and a member dlchtged. TlIG authorise allowed the boy to fire happy. To All JPAom It Jtitf Concern: lam mina cracker In the street Ist night and for to tear Stnnonl to locale in Lexington, and I Mk. J. 8. Uotkcr went to Knoivllle Dorimo Decemder. Haeing oat laalntahtto vlflttbedmllyof Vr. P. V. anew line of dry kooJ, D. KlaM several hour the glare of the Infernal re hope all penont knotting themtclit iiultbtcd to me Kill call andtcllle on or before the 5iA day of will during DfCmber, 'ell good calico at gions could not exceed the illumination. Lon. January 1834 If you aonl Mtte by that time Mim Doha Hrtast, of the College 7 cent per yard, good bleached cotton at be told at auction to the Will Chain erected a Christmas your account day of January, 1881, if ftcillr. hi atone to her Tenntssei home 0cent,gooJ broan cotton at C cent, Mr. hi residence last night, for the ben- tree nt being Guunlu Court day for the bolldiy. good checked cijlton at 8 cent, good Canera of his children and other. It wsa J, 1. MICE. Dr. O. II. Mcltonrr.Td, of Ltlertr, ton flannel at 7 cent. dead loaded with presents, rdme of them and Kalley IIIII, of Centre Colin, ere wlh Casey Court wa a lamentable failuie, costly. their old fi lends. )l the cae of Importance being put off, To close buyers. If you want a barrel Mr. Josnrit .Mcjamis nilUbortJy Including that of Sim Holme, who waan't of sugsr snd a sack of coffee to begin the As Adnitnlitrstor of Ih estate of Green T. Jonea WestetftsM, Oab, where he owns ready fur trial. The weather waa my bad, New Yesr, it will psy you to get our fig dee'd., I vlllon considerable real eetate. which caured the Judge and lawyer to JAN. IO, 1881 ures before purchasing elsewhere. Bright TIIDItSD.lY Mim IlrrniE 1'aksons, who baa been the Legislature to change the A Curran. teaching echool In Jefferson county, It at at Ihe lata residence, of decedent, alont tiro mile the leran to March and October. snd ah.lf North of Ilualontllle, sell si public horn for the Chritta. highest blddtr, the prnonal filil The Maequerade Skate next Saturday I mare. 3 inir. eolla, 7 What haa become of the Acanthutl Can night promise to be the evtnt of the sea- - suction lo tb down Friday Ay Boole wa Kcv. J. colt, I hrll orshvp, I and narneu, I combined two horseI beaulllul but deaf old maid, to meet hi daughter, M!h Lucy, who cane Itbetbatlbe ton, 'in committee lis arrangeu a nice wrgon, I I'Ufer utensils, houiehtld and rraocr, kitchen hay rake, farmlos who cot ao many caih Mibecrlbera here and v to ipesd Chrlslma at home. programme and the bent of order will be furnllnrj. ab- - la other Kentucky town, haa pocketed the Fur all sums of f 10 od under cash, Mum B Err IK Paxtok, fter an preeerved. OTrr that amount credit of thre mothl on note money and cened 3 publlih the weak lit aesee of alx month. stalling In Kane Ith rojd srcurltr, bsirlojc lnlrwt front dati. Two men have been killed in this county HAHOy TALIIOTT. Adair , auUcriber Lere llecoJcern? If ro, and Loulnltlf. returned Saturday. 109 Id Kustonsllls Ky. C. C. of rata naomplalnt, but only aak that ahe thl yesr. Dudley Yaught stsbbed Mr. awi Mitt W. K. Maxur again faror them with her de- Corktndorfer to death and Felix Albright Kaahrille, Tenn., arrlred Sturdy to will neter crushed Tom Flak's skull with a reck. lightful peexne. peodthe bolldny wth her pirtnt'. Both men are in the hand of the law. SquiRE J, S.Moar hy It are to morrow A bhobt time sgo two men registered at The old white horse so long used by Dr. for Dalla. Tea, where he hi gone to la. tbe St. Aaaph si C. L. Hyde, Covlngtop, XiA.3STID, Ky., and M. L. Slarkey, Lincoln, III George Mcllobert wa killed by Sunday Ttit In real etttte for ooe of hi wtrdi. Muse Bnaic Harris haa gone to They had two heavy vallaea each and after night' express. He was over twenty year I will offer lar sale on the premiss , on with her remaining In their room nearly all the old and waa valued by hi owner, Mr. J. end Cbrlatm LouUtIII to HATUHDAY, JAX. 10th, 18SI, Mince Meat, Prunes, Citron, CurUttri, MIe Elli and Maggie Harrl. time, they left on the night tralna, one go M. McRoberts, Sr., because of what he had rants, Cranborrics, Malaga Grapes, Mr firm containing US arris, on th waters of Mum Eva CocKr, the accomplUhed ing toward Knoxvilte and the other to been IlinslniC Fork, nrsr I'sjloo'. well, and apjolnlog Bananas, Oranges, Lemons, Figs, of Col. T P. IIIII.Col. J. W. Hislbtr- muele teacher at Ibe college, baa gone to ward Louiavlllo. Since then three etof In consideration of $290,000 of tbe Ihe acl llenrf Baughman. Is In fin state luid Nuts, Raisins, Cocoanuts, BuckSomerTillf, Tenn , to ejnnd Chrletmaa. deteclivia hare bren here enquiring after Stock of the Crab Orchard Salta Company 100 acrraara In frail, nfot corn and 34 well land wheat Flour, Oat Meal, Crackod Mr. N. H. HKrAN, of Lnukellle, who them, but would not ry what they want- and $00,000 worth of lie bonds, Mr. W. K. In wheal, which la lojkln wall. The thsr labslos watfml.aotlsuKenlsbeuf illtlil-Wheat, Macaroni, Cheese, CrackI wltldritoTar It In two ha been vieliTrg hl grai d daughter, Mr. ed I hem for. It I nippoied that they Haldeman ha Mid the Crab Orchard twoKoalbouiesonlr. trscis and then aa while, th but bid to prerall. ers, Tea Cakes, Lomon "Wafers, Adasa W. Carpenter, returned home were counterfeiter. Springs proper! to that corapiar, which I Th sloes eonslsta o(S tood young nsi ao J calres; Desicated and Concentrated Coco-anu- t, To be hereafter known as the Crab Orchard also, the tarralng nt Dills, household aod kltche n ruroiiure. Three double number in mcceinlon Spring and Salts Company. Pickles, Jollies, Common, tnad known on dar of pais. who graduated Mum Mamie Bryant, Terms ought to entitle ua to ml an laaue and we Fanoy and French Candies and JiltS. BVKXKTTA ItKLH. latt maqo, but wLo ha been taking an ad readeri wilt agree that hare Massits.. James D. Bryant snd Wm Canned Goods Gexferally. dllleaal eouree, returned to her bora in bellete our fairly earned a ahort reeplte from labor, Clark, of Harrodeburir, hare completed the ocenpr Bright' Old Virginia Saturday. not had a breathing spell (or more fresco work at the Baptist chureh and It I Stand Corner llala 4 Eomersst Streets. Cashier Joe 8 Orimu, of Ellnbeth-town- . We have than a rear, having done all Ihe editorial a Terr nest and creditable job, B the I at home for a few dY. Hit work on Ihe paper, and bo one, war. thl I going to be the handsomest t well and local SHORTHORN bleed are gtad to eea him looking o unlre he haa tried It, know what a itraln church in town in serersl respect, and our after Lk terrible experience at the reetut tap that Sa on mind and body. It la agalaat IUplIat brethertn will hare'tause to be fire. Ma. Korcst Yeua and hi wife, who oar oaual cuatora, but we ahall ed out no proud ot themseites. tiMs. ,tM- - m Property! waa Ml 8111 IIeaaaa,aattip tram paper next Friday. Oa Tuesday next, Baird's Muhtbkia This superb or-- Other Valuable Leubrlll Saturday, and after remdaI- - Nea Year day, w will greet our reader ganlaaUoa of burnt cork artists will appear Aa Adudslatrator of ibr eatat of Dr.T. B. public ilml., ca to her home la Lan gain, hoping that tbe thort r'eatraaj ena- at the Opera House here Friday night Jan hlabest bidder, Iatwill Mil alrtsbteaw auoUoo to th a ahort Uue - frt (& , In Btanferd, hla lal ble ua tosead out a better paper for It. -t cuter. . a V - ., . n ald to be rerj uary stk. Their parade I -- So w bare learned the follow Although 1883 brought ao cfedemic or fine and of Ihe performanee the Cincinnati 8,' 1864, log froIlie hare ot'are about to chaff eeatageotta aa nnuiual Bumber of Knlmirtr srs:. "They were new to us, but Beeianlng promBtlr at 10 o'clock, all his pers inal If f.t.- -. Vf. T M T l V1- -' .L.t our cillteos have been called to.ereM Ihe erery man was an artist, erery aclor a cot propsrlr, eoostsilsg In part fcf Danellle pike, asd dark river of Death. Here in Stanford elty aad to sum up the , matter in a lew A Herd of James OleetM'sei Cwtlle. shoot SO bead of . also See of our prominent bualaeaa men words, Baird's Minstrels made a decided IIlfr Caltra, J JcirllLg and 2 aucklleg Bull and others will have died within a twelt mftatb,vi:Cpt. Calrt asd 4 thoroughbred jsarllng Slftti; slso Mr.n4 Mr. II. C Bright hit." board with him. Dr. M. L. Benm John n. Shanks, Preidai of the Farmer Another snow fell Friday night, but a ONE LARGE YOUNG JACK, taken poeeewloncf hi property oa Main Katicaal Bank and alra engaged la thaw set ia Sstardsy night, followed by a A good breeder, I Jnnst, JO head of Horses, moat hotw atrttt: Mr. Peter HatateaBi to the Wr. W. & Hooker, who bought tl J rain and yesterday not a vesllge of all of theia la foal by a Jsk IK high grad lately oeespkaT by BifL gMtma-- ; Opt. hi tatereet In the house of J. J I. A & II. heary Foulbdown cheep, SO Bed Berkshire Shoal. H rt,w I wa left. Perhaps it is well the beeutlfnl Brood Bowl, 109 barrels el Cora, 104 busbtlaot W. F. MKtnny htJ WJeW McRoberl Shank;. Judge Wiafred O. Bailer, late snow is (one, as Dr. Reid wss in a Wheat, BO etaokaofof Tluotbj Haj, allot hla LouKiDr. J.B. 0iley will sbertly moe State Senator and County Judge; Mr. Ash' that the Farmlog Implements, rosststlDg of sn aluoat fine way to kill or cripple erery girl in Into hie baadnHBebriek rettdenee and Dr. er Owsley, merchant and Dr. T. B Mont' When his sleigh didn't tarn orer new Mower, check Corn Dealer, one Wagon,Ae. J. O.Caprte Into the houe raeated by (emery, bank director, fine cattle breeder town.them, it broke down, compelling Ihe Sltockawajaaod Usrnesa, on of them beluga with Boyle hlm.wblehhe baaboaght. Mr. J. terr fin one, hattng been used but little, 4 bar. and farmer All were men of importance wade through the (now " rtla ot Whlikr mad In 1STS ana Uouiehold Read wlH remoee to Boyle county; Mr. J. la the community aad their let will be dear creature to and Kllch.o furniture for miles to Ret back home. J. McKinney will take the houe be leaeet; fell for years. IIS and nndtr. cash In sof Ut. Robert McAlttfer mo?e from the Ma hand.- - of tr that amount. credit of S uoolba.wltb MARRIAGES. Ddrikg the year a number of eubataa Sptrcsnt. Intartst will b glrtn. Note with property theay home to tbe Aeher too First good aecurllr. building bava been added to our lit Today at Mr. John Canter's Mr. Robt Natloual Bank nrsotlablBdprablln of btioford will be required befer aad Mr. H. dtupley to the Matheny tlal tie city, notably the Baptitt chcrch, a cred If esso a will lead to the sltsr Mirs Ilatti the piopertr Is rtmotsJ. Portman, haling bouee. Mr. M'g-E. X. CHKXAVI.T, Adtur. bought the Careen property on Main atrect it to any towr; Dr. J. B. Owaley's large Canter, a mirs of sereateen. will U of lb K. Miss Ella, daughter of Dr. S. R. Ow- - t uraltbed all partita on day ol sal, or lo or sne lU Capt. Tbo. Ulcbard brick realdence at tbe junction of Mala, wlllremoee to Danville and Huitonville atreeti; the'old ens, of Pulatkt, was msrrled on tbe 20th. notifio ma or pot i inn aner in oi jsnuarj, will go back to hi place on 8omret atreet E. R.C. d tumble-dowframe buildinga adjoining the to Mr. James Vanarsdsll, of Ilarrod " Csmmereiil Hotel have been replaced by a hurr. LOCAL MUTTERS. brick ettabllahment of two atorle. contain Mr. Joseph Hiummltt, a Garrard A merry CbrWtwa to erery" bady. ing three atorerooma and a number ofde oounty widower, and Mr. Martha 8. Man OF Til Fruits of all kind. Metealf AOwaley. alrable iul!e of rooms, the improvement uel, of thl county, were married at Mr. O. -- liealtr In- LOGAN'S FORT FARM, being due to the energy of Messrs. J. E, J. Harris1 last week. Xbmimbbb we (tee bottom prleea en and W. F. Ramsey; th First Nation! engineer on the F.rrl Mr. Wm. U. Holley, an 15 8l)BURB3 Of STAXrOKB, KT. etapla groeert. Mtelf AQwaly. al Bank building hu been entirely remod L. AN. R. R. aad Ml Msry Isabella Rob public suction to th highest bid- Save meaey by glng to D. Kle- -' and eled inside aad out, above and below. The ert, will celebrate Christmas dsy by lsk W will ssltst asr, oa hoee or banking-roowith lie marble fleer, free Ibk each, other for better or worse. The KatHrtwiiy, December 39, 1888, buy your readyraade ault, booU, eoed wall and new furniture Is one of the ceremony will be aatd at Stanford Junction, anything Ue yea need. Th abos Fatw, containing about 203 A ere. handsome t In Ibis part of the Sttte, while Ml Oerinne, a daughter of ErOor It will t first oOerad In sis dlfterent pareela, ystt want U make two seule happy, Ir lit, a Lot containing about S Acre. Uflo-slo- g Me- g at to Northeast corner of th Aeeou ' buy year sweetheart a box of candy from us director- eirgaai room is ot for say Braalette, of this State, wa married at to resMcse and on tb Dant Ilia pike. aad eetablltfameat of tha kind on Wall street. chialosTllle. N, Y, last week to Frsnk with said plk North sod back from said S. S. Myers, the boa eandy man. k i, toss lomts Mr, John Baughman hss also grsatly Wolwortb, who, it will be remembered from ta S Acre, Sd, Lot ImaediaUl j North of Lot No. I, frsnttsg on Dan- ArAiKof BwUboet might mts your Improred hi building a!olnlrg by putj serred a terra at for tbe murder, Till pus aoa runniug up lo plana UC, DMBg dlTlsloa fcoc bitweea aower eiCsra B. Hrlm. ting in aa iron frost snd plate glass wl life this snowy, lepr wher. of bis father, feme 12 years sgo, Lot No. S oontalna about 10 Aorta, fronting on th a pair from Bruee, Warrea A dews of sn unusually Urge sits, glflBgi Rewsey. drlrer of the banilll ilkaoddllnlothuuidsofJ. CHare and purehate Mr. Masea and John B. Murphf. No. 4, about ft Acres of I'mny A McAHster the finest andbet Shelby '.City breed wagon, brought his Land on lb couth sia or rsllroau, running up to a street said dallr mnilUt Mb Ells Brooks, up with slnsU of thS. town 10 Acrts luimedlsltlrbjr oppo-s- li The (ewa wa full of people buylrg bualne bowse in town, A number of oth- - sweet-hearaliout No. Jowph KanU' Mill and fronilng kHutn-tlll- a yrateteUy. Mere of that ese nt lees importsnee baa been built Smd him Friday aad after procuring Mcetwe, &tt4cM tvti No. S eoalalna about t) Acrts. Includ tCk elate et artMe hate beea said lhaa erer Mueh prepiratloa ts belag made tot build Jadse E. W. Brow a made them husband ing a Mig and ncil.uit dwsillBg-hoiibarn and ouibouata. all oo iheNirth aid of railroad. sa- Inge on tha new streets reeeatly opeoedby ami wife la tbe shortest of order, before. cepl aU ut I Acre, Including lh iprlog on bouth r. ir it... ..in i aa. w. ti.- - unaws sue bhiii HI This ha beea th llrellest yesr for aid of raid rallrusd. Th 1 nd will tk.a ba ii. nrdemandniiiH, men rtgbt to rraeeflg whole, the .Kke Km el oH ,paktlif( efcreme, Baueb ii. and with tb money marriages for a long lime. Already 103 ed aa either old orstodora It la seldom tb such a (arm accent none. ampettais. wgaa eitd many ether ar. bouibt-- ln aa build oa the new lot and realise 15 per white aad 43 colored couples hare been ea U uasurrassod.soil, water aad cllglblllljr of location t4elMSHHe m CnrMnsspieetnlesl I. oeat.oa their inrestmint by erecting th caaht th balane TiauaorHaLK. joined la wedlock snd tbe yesr hss aot Cane K. Wearea'e fumttwe ktore. tn add II tuonlba, uoim nagotlakle and p;ab! right kind of houss. Railroad mea who beea a very bountiful oa either, la 1812. ia uaaK. wibw nor iBMuaaa. ajo raiaiaaa cni. Till perk ct Land said aad Mb. W.lf. Mtxa sb4 wife Uae told work at tbe Juee'ioa would prefer to lire but 63 while and 37 colored couple were on land afterward to (.uicbaaera. br (baser will aurresed Tb sale n a part of the tot adjoin. here where they could educate their chil married. So it will be seen tbst our pros lake place at I0) o'clock a u. at lb to A, I'airwlHK IwpIeiHeBt'8aia,'AgrleHUHrHl Mn Ih fact, all kind lb pisailiaa, and at Ihe saw time will leg Mr. J. W. Alcorn, on Main street, for dren and lure the other sdrsntsges of pects for sa Increase of population is fulir v sold sow good Cilll, auotg tbtu two chluery. Keep oh IsmhitH Ihe Largeatt Hteek erimek geeski Urikthlra Hues slat sou l 178, It (a ess of the hasdeomeat building town and they would p jHelr rent mouth 60 per cent., better than they were Iaat fttHHd 1st CeHtral KeulHeky, ami at srleeat);tkat will eewtsai-KM.HA HMCHimTttH, ly in adrance. U tows. l any dealer any wkere. CLUMAM.HtiLH. fUTerably wllk (keste ,, , stock of m lrgt mi inert," cloth-Inn tr.D. will cl, per pair. Wanted It ! CHRISTMAS GOODS! and feilj-msi- l to-d- Stockholder's Meeting. Children's Toy Sots, China Kugs, Sanders nates, , lo-d- Stockholder's Meeting. Decorated Fruit Saucers Plates. Decorated China Cups and Saucers, Glass Sets, sf Oysler Bowls and Plates, Elegant WatcrjlScts, Bisque Figures, Stockholder's Meeting. onTu-slalt- Chamber Sets and Plain and Fancy China Ware. Give us a call. 1 yard-engin- j.n8i BRUGES, 1 Notice ! WARREN GO. Administrator's Sale Ta. hr Public Sale ao to STOCK,feC T. R. WALTON FOR Ian-I- s olcul-tlTillo- n; y AduiiuiNtrntor's Sale CATTLE , ai jT' -- wt Moot-(ome-rj, fr t 4- dtae, TUESDAY, JAN. Mwrt-Hon ki .r tl Tiua-Allsum- 0ley U Bhort-Uor- tOS-l- n GEO. D. WEAREN, Stanford, Kentucky. Public Sale ltt load-lo- run-nl- 1,1 Hay, Grain, Seeds, KWool, Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons.Farm mrag- ons, Sleg-Sin- t, Harrows, Sulky Plows, Cultivators, Grain; Drills, Corn Drills, 9. Corn! (Planters, Roapars, Mowtr, Thrashing Machines, Sw Mills Engines, Teed Cutters, Powers, th Hills, Horse dweillw-beuMo- ef tber-kred-s: Vle . K-- at i4 4 7 a I af aafl- K. -1 AXtXAM XX TUB WATBB. MOSAICS. Men and m-- mI are able to ins tain Vmttj- - k tho poHtcflCM of the asal, For half a oratory India has been abtbomeelves for long ithtances in tfcti iJfl'xftC. sorbing silver as a sfongo docs water. county, near Green river, about toventy. water, and would do so Much oMener WO JAVA ( if Whe that country was in a prospcroiM llvo miles from Louisville, Its entrance wero they not Km who can plant courago ia a hatta IncAfftcitoied, 25, 1883 Dm ftMferi. Ky is reached by pacing down awlld.rocky condition tho absorption amounted to U H, krro- Tto lhe formerfttkMt soao forty millions n year for a consid ! Is often a maatlo chosen te 1 WeUMCOWlctoOHHHH.ot ft erable time. Since tho end of OHr late HKALTTIM VS. THK 8LtRIM conceal triumphant vice. WAH. TIV-- O war tho production ot American cotton '.' U B.a,,1uT n BotrtCM U AnwUmM bett McUty, forgotten. But there are Mm Boston Oota gives ike has beeu eqnal to tho wants of English ....A writer AtM 1UU.U.UU raucsoi iravci. wrt rttlrcmrat rrrM ivmI lorn. mo other instances onlr less remarkable. iiaten. following rtMfig description ot what ho spinners. Tho ptlco of Indian cotton-su- rah ravo contains a succcssiou of wonderful mtnn Viiapm alnAA IIia BASAa.! t irArMel 'h m Mr avcts to have been a real baUlo scene Pomtkxess Is Iiko great thoughts ; it is tho commercial namo tor i- t- avenues, chambers, domes, a byaaea ,Up foll inTpMilorrrt Jusntt van aujna ovcrboanWhllo la tho act tlio Wot ot tho Bobollion : comes from tlio heart, has fallen so low a to mako tho cultival,""rn nn" furling a aaU. It was blowing fresh ; i Wo havo boon fighting at tbe edgo ot tion unprofitable, arid India has met MiTnT Tin ornaments of a home aro the Jim wCaA t HtHi ! tho woods. A moment ago the battla with loves till tho country is now on ... v. auau a(aa f VI tllli VtlU j miles out in tho stormy German ocean, friends who frequent it, Emcnon. onoqlutH wm a confnsed Biob, Wo look again and tho verge of bankruptcy. This condition chamber tho Star is alwut 600 feet Wnrrn in your hoart that ovory day i Tlio hardy fellow nevertheless managed tmiU 'iiqniJMi 'HJoif moiioh tho ix guns are in position, tho ot tho greatest 'IBM "O.sA A nation long, seventy feet wid, aovonty feet to gain tho English coast. wm Brock, with is the beat day in tho ycM.Kmcrton. ff jeeif horses hurrying away, tho am- in tho world has checked to n largo de- high, tho ceiling of which is composed -jwtM i.i!i a dozen other pilots, was plying by fares Treks aro as many wrotchod rioh men, inj i MOii mo aunan aqi Jim munition chosts open, and along our gree tho demands of moro prosperous of black gyjxium, and is studded with to Yarmouth, and, as tho tnala-shcUWtRI4HHIMt II was in proportion, as there aro wretched -lines runs tho command, "Give-.theinnumerable whito ilnts, that by a dim toluol j yrumt times. Still, hard as tho condition of tP i belayed, a sudden puffot wind upset tho poor men. u ono moro volloy, and tall back to sup-po- India is, thero is a largo importation ot light rcscmblo stars, henco the namo of nioi'Ui boat, when presently all perished oxeopt To roLLow muh prxtilwto, in J wink . 1MB ' SHM tlio guns." Wo had scarcely silver every year ; and very littlo over tho chamber. Thero aro avenues ono lim xiik uaHou,i 'iniojiiii With both oar rjti U uilir thta to think. Brock himstlf, wlio, from 4 in tho afterH, 'aPIM pm I boom I open pK tho comes back again to Western nations. and n half and oven two miles in length, obeyed when boom JC ptianno.) 'Mwior (tojirr. noon of an Octo1cr pvonlng to 1 tho itunw ihhsm battery, and jets ot flro jump down and Onco in India it is lost sight of disap- sonio of which aro incrusted with beau- noxt HI This most delicate', tho most sensible morning, swam thirteen miles Kvann m scorch tho groen treos under which we pears at least from commerce. In 1870-8- tiful formations, and present tho appearjo wimatrrti tt3" " AlIP'" t( ot all pleasures, consists in promoting ho was nblo to hail a vessel at anfought and struggled. Tho (shattered tho net imports of silver into India and) of enchanted palace halls. Thero chor in tho ofilng. Animals themselves tho pleasures of others. La Jlrujtrc old hrigado has a chanco to breathe, for wcro $33,350,000. Strango to nay, tho is a natural tunnel nbout nro capable of swimming immonso disTnua glory, strikes root and ovon tho first time in threo hours, as wo form coiuagu of silver by tho Indian mint for of a railo louir. 100 feet wide, covered tances, although unable to rest by tho itself ; but falso pretensions fall as errfj jo jaaod UtrrrM wri Xq a lino and lio down. What grim, cool tho sumo tiuio was 851,250,000; and this with n ceiling of smooth rock forty-Bvxd jo aMnf A dog recontly swam thirty nults do flowers, nor can anything feigned be i way. iinaA Jo ' tow jiwviil tifiaHl JO 'tiaopqiM fellows tlicao cannonicrs aro' Every excess of coinago over import extends feet high. Thero is a chamber having l in America in order to rejoin his master. lasting, Cicero. noMw ot iuni jo Mv;M lSJJt man is a perfect machine. Bullets over tovtral year. Tlio reason given an area of from four to flvo acres, and A jo tjtoii nsiriq Aoi Xjx; onH Xiaio mulo and a dog washed overboard No i'I that brralja n from cnfflnM cUf, uj pojtte q vopoou II ituHuuri splash dust in their faces, but they do for thii is that ornaments aro parted tliero aro domes 200 and 300 feet high. Nor florU prow, nor honlM Ui ot hjro, during a gale in tlio Bar of Biscar havo not wince. Ballots sing over and nroun J, with constantly to supply pressing Echo river is somo s Cn Hum tttl Jwda, ot eonwcrtU i crttun of a boon known to mako their way to shore. thoy do not dodgo. Thero goes ono to wants. Every respectable Hindoo's milo in longth, 200 feet in width at somo A dog swam ashore with a lcttor in his Ujrren, Lkt us learn that everything in nature, tho earth, shot through tho hand as ho wife and daughters are equipped with a points, and from ten to thirty in depth, month at tho Capo of Good Hope. Tho miKoiix nJ even motes and feathers, go by law, and oop snongod his gun. That machinery losoi quantity of silver jewelry and oriiamenU and runs beneath on arched ccijing of Airsnba oju hoiiujd KUtr ixn crow of tho ship to which tho dog q puwtfooM nautnu uodniiaaj)t not by luck, and what wo sow wo aro injust ono loat, misses just ono cog in tho according to thoir means. In a popula. smooth rock about fifteen feet high: MMlmi uonutmwVju lu aprtt jo aaaw all perished, which thoy need butjooo oifl Jhqmim.. ao m variably sure to reap. wheel, and then works away again as Jion ot 190,000,000, with an excess oi whilo tho Styx, another river, is 450 feet not od it t imbih pan '9 havo dono had they only ventured us )uoiit HHapiri ow)ejf before. Evory gun ia using a short-fus- e females, this requires a vast stock of sil- long, from fifteen to forty feet wido, and to Gooo naturo is of dally ruo; but trend water, as tho dog did. As a shell. Tlio ground shakes and ver to decorato dusky beauty. Hard from thirty to forty feet deep, and ia is at boat but a kind ot holiday certain ship was laboring heavily in the courago trombles, tlio roar shuts out all sound times force these Hindoo women to soil spanned by a mlural bridge Lako trough of tho soa, it was found needful, virtuo, to bo seldom exercised and sever from a battlo-lin- o threo milos long, and their silver jewelry for tho tiino being, Letho has alxnt tho tamo longth and but in cases of necessity. In order to lighten tho vessel, to throw arad muosra ra niof pain tho shells go shrieking into the swamp and it is coined np into rupees. With a width as tho Biver Styx, varies in depth Lira our sirMt la minj wijj. II jo oifi ottmid nun oefjit Aoq somo trooD horses overboard which had oaptfpoat And U)jty to truth U mU to cut trees short off, to mow great gaps return of better times all this jewelry from threo to forty feet, lies beneath a )isotnqi I ptra aiBi uiu ;o JtI0I Bin JOJ been taken in at Corunna. Tho poor dim (ao oJ At bmtl la lb clml u in Um in tho bushes, to hunt out, and shatter, will bo replaced with new, because the ceiling somo ninety feet aliovoiti surpJO oin J to r uoitnai ot Boun Bo (tatrotu U ftto. things, my informant, a staff surgeon, B(lcqtiiocBiai auwiatiH to jo and manglo men until their corpses can taste for tho strong contrast between the face, and sometimes rises to n height ot ;o pJir a uwrt VH1HV told mo, when they found themselves -t- mK not bo recognized as human. You whitest of metals for ornaments and the sixty feet There is also a Dead sea, We rl tr thlnrt thit tr nMth oar f et ; abandoned, faced round and swam for B 'ITTJSi (LKT KTK SOI would think a tornado was howling dark skins of Indian women is oldei quite a somber body of water. There ht w bin ra trcl of fool nj f at miles after tho vessel. A man on tho n. Vf friJ Ofptoul id pa ton through tho forest, followed by billows than tho pyramids. A small cultivatot aro several interesting caves in the east coast of Lincolnshire saved quito a Ul t t wo hourly owl. And Um Tni-i- d ot flro, and yet men Iiro through in India will borrow money at 20 pet neighborhood, ono throe miles long, and HManJ. number of lives by swimming out on forward to capture cent sooner than his wife or daughtei threo each about a milo in length, press it aye, PoMTtCAb hatred is liko a pair of spechorseback to vessels in distress. Ho tho battery. Wo can hear thoir shouU shall havo ono less silver bangle. The Wyandotte Cave, in Jennings towncommonly rodo an old gray more, but tacles ; ono sees everybody, every opinas they form for tho rusli. present standard ot Eugland is gold; ship, Crawford county, Ind,, near tlio when tho mare was not to be had he ion or every sentiment only through Now tho shells are changed for grapo that of India silver. Tho public debt Ohio river, is a rival of tho great Mamono's own glasses. Madame de licmu-a- t took tho first horse that offered. and canister, and tho guns are fired so of India is largo, and England is liable moth Cave in grandeur and extent. ExMature. fast that all reports blend into one for a considerable portion of it. The plorations havo been mado for many PnoFAxmr novcr did any man the BRAD TUB I1EST BOOKS. mighty roar. Tho shriek of a shell is Indian interest is paid in silver rupect miles. It oxccla tho Mammoth Cavo in of knowledge ono least good. No man is richer, happier in tho war, but noth- at a discount. This difference in value tlio number and variety ot its stalagmites tho wickedest sound In whatever branch wiser for it. It recommends no ono ing mnkes tho flash crawl like the of tho two metals is n constant loss tc and stalactites, and in tho sizo of several reads he should lead its best books. It or singing, purring, whistling grapo both nations, and is a powerful lovei of its chambers. that 25,000 volumes are to socioty ; it is disgusting to refined Ono of these chambers is estimated people, and abomlnablo to tho good. I K0NK A CO-. hiss of canis- toward bringing England back to the ia 350 feet in length, 215 feet in height, published each year. The British tho Brtcwrinc AocaiCAir, shot, and tho serpont-Uk- o 1 rvillcttnn for ABin-- K and a nowspaper In every tlnn toConrrUhta, (or Um UnMrt Citmis Trailo Mull, contains more than a million volMen's legs and heads aro torn double standard, or ter. hill 175 feet high, on II and contains a du, rnwcv, Uormonr.oto. KnfUntl. i3w tw l rrro, ThtrlrTn ti ra'tiprrtmm. from bodies, and bodies cut in fwo. A England should conclude that her inter- which aro threo fluo stalagmites. Epsom umes, and tho National Library at Paris house, a good school in every district WHiu I lUoMalnnltbroiiihHUK.TJtCO arrniKlvnl round shot or shell takes two men out ests lio in the direction of a double salts, niter and alum have been ob- threo millions. Only a very small pro- all studied and appreciated as they merit latlMHcitxnno Ammucjic, tbo brent, l , M.W jcr, are tho principal support ot virtuo, m.l lr lr citcauutl Mimtlflo wid Intrmttnc to. X)f the rank as it crashes through. Qrapo Klnltl npf of Ijm Hf standard again, it will incrcaso tho mar- tained frtui tho earth of tho cave. Chi portion, therefore, ot all tho books can r- tornutkia. rJpodoiMinmrUin ntl'ail&e A civil liberty. Franklin. Ouo volumo read morality and and canister mow a swath and pile the ket value of silver tho world over. cago Inter 1 U, one person read, khr Mni nr AMfMl HUff,1 i$w KlUnlf Toti AKutx umr.modtv, ' dead on top of each other. Through Whcthor that change alono will benefit a hfo ot 60 years amounts each week in ixrAXTr roon i.v ritAycK. Sous of tho nowspapers ot Italy aro to less than 3,200 volumes. Since one the smoko wo boo a swarm ot men. It is distressed India much is doubtful. But, Tho French Commissioners on tho C3-- . not a battlo, but a mob of men desper- even when forced to sell or coin tho or- showing considerable concern becauso can read so few books, those few ahould Hygieue of Infancy, in awarding tlio ate onough to batho their bayonets in naments ot her women, India still calb Miss Alice Blaine, the daughter of tho be tlio boat. They ought to bo, as Mil-tu- n mrtniiiTO prixo in a competition of essayists, reia traveling in that country of a masterthe flamo of tho guns. Tho guns leap for nearly forty millions of silver yearly. says, "tho tlio conclusion generally arport that sfe without a chaperone. Italians can not spirit." from the ground almost as thoy are de rived at leads to. the following recomyet understand this, although thoy ace O., ted InlDrH, pressed on tho too, and shrieks audi In choosing tbe best books it is a mendations : Ko child should bo reared tal(Tllto, stays jrixa curb Isd.,iUlrril8ulBwtx A Bout', ckar bra.', American and English girls walk alono good rule never to read a book in hisscreams and shouts blond into ono awful il.ll- -'. J.AC. riMktr, Tom A Sos', DtldwU Carefully remove all tho pieces of at all hours of tho day, and looking as tory, biography science or In any de- onarUflcial food when tho mother, can Co'tColU, Uprlibl md mrVoirt fUoo Vortoa; and steady cry. Twenty out of tho bat flesh, dry the surface with towels, and, bo tko KaltJ, Ortta. aucklo it, but such food is preferable to loauomrnu 44skoolofi lid lariaa to utt it prlc tery aro down, and the firing is inter- laying the skin on a flat board or slab, easy and unconcerned as if they were in partment of, hoarier literature onco, with a wet nurse, poorPon'lftlt jour rdra till Je fat oar their own drawing-room- . Miss Blaino, which is not worth reading twice. placing tho child prleroand Urmi. rupted. The foe accept it as a sign of scrnb tho inside thoroughly, using hot remunerated and living at her own wavering, and come rushing on. Thoy water, soft soap and a hard brush. howover, being a groat somebody, has Luther Bald : "All who study with ad- ly aaocoufally bringing up an home For are not ten feet away when tho guns giro Sprinklo the akin while scrubbing it brought tho independence of American vantage, in any art whatsoever, ought infant by band, tho best milk is that Of thorn a last shot. That discharge picks with a mixturo of two ounces of salts ot girls to tho tore, and leading articles to betake himself to the reading ot somo which has recently calved, or simoff their foot, and throws tartar and ono ounce of ammonia, havo appeared on the subject in tho sure and "certain books often times1 a cow living men f, mutual amnrnl tko Ira af Farrli principal newspapers of Italy. Hat over." .Daniol Webster was diatin? ilarly that of a goat, to which should bo Brdolo a ftptrallahffitaulaaaa, haa S dlaautr-them into a swamp, a blackened, bloody crushed and mixed together. Next rub to Koubrn larrta stsW mWMHto-i- mI added, during the first week, a halt pint wilWau. TlaawlrwmtMlMHlamaKa-- a mass. Up now, as the oncmy aro among well with dry sawdust. After a few they will learn upon a short acquaintance gabbed for hU knowledge of English of water, and subtoquontly a fourth or aod alllroallauobualaraa at MaaoaUnd. the guns I Thero is a silence of ten se- hours tako ono pound of flno oatmeal, that Miss Blaine ia perfectly capable of literature, and ho repeatedly read UU ilcBS, according to tlio digestive powers -- brn wo hopo to rrcalf o loulJaaWlrlbo Mlraaiaa oa to tka Mlna j hit conds, and then tlio flash and roar of eight ounces of oorrosivo sublimato, taking care of UeMelf, and if sko chooses favorite authors. He said tiiaC WllLXAfHUb HAMHET. of tho childT Glass or earthenware more than 8,000 muskets and a rush for- tour ounces of saltpetre and ono gallon to make visits among her friends and tho "boyish days' thero were two thkga alono ahould be used no vulcanised 9S ward with bayonets. For what ? Neither ot vinegar. Boil the vinegar and pour friends of bar father in ItalyHet at she which ho did dearly love, viz. : reading mouthpieces er vessels eon r M.rfc in nrcviriv, would do were she at home in Maine, it and playing passions wliich did not on tho right nor left, nor in front of us it over tho other ingredients, stirring lead ought to be used. feu-t- ig id nobody's business, except to admiro the (treat lgM-Remeis tho living fool Thero aro corpses well while pouring. When quite cold ceaso to atrugglo when boyhood was around us which have boen struck by immerse tho skin in tho liquid, and let her independence and over." Ia thoso days " we had so few Iipolllratara tar Waai Vlano-r- r. A N'obwich eonple who had a pet eat i to mat Brala roaar, NarToaa three, four, and oven six bullets, and books that to read onco or twico was it remain in soak for two or threo days. Lxaaoatloa, WaakuM, Omoxaoimea: There is one practice nothing; wo thought they were all to whieh, had grown helpless from sge and lupotaaaj'. sad Ufa ml Loaa of on this aero ot ground is a wound- Then tako the skin out and strain 'it extremely filthy, put it oat of its miery at ftia season of l'awrral tko Uaoarallta Orum whieh ean I to got by heart.'' ed man The wheels of the gun cannot tightly over a stretcher until dry ; and, , by the agency t chloroform. Thoy iHiinmw ati ao- not bo too foradbly condemned. It is Dttari lauaf.iiaaaorvji jatHtNI faianidaaM or movo until the blockade of dead is Road tho best books; and'thoso books buried it in tho garden, and planted a tba azcoM of taamfod while drying, comb and smooth tho hair the assessing of employes by soao ot Trml,M art. bo rcaU at rosebush over its remains. The next 0 LmTFTMH i Men cannot pass from caisson or wool. Another moro aimplo recipe, are tho belt which deseryo-tbat a. Dlaaaa their number to please an employer, a to gun without climbing over rows of used by tlio Indians, is to rcmovo all tho least twice. 1'du'A's Companion. turoOld Aaa.aad morning it appeared at tho door- - to be oaaaa superintendent, some ono in authority tho load to laaaattr or Coa dead. Every gun and wheel is smeared flesh or fat with a blunt knife, so as not uaipUon, In all oaaoiof pabtt of Mew York newspaper aea let in, and had tho rose bush under Ms Wratarat tka Sfaallt MU fa alo A over men, with a gift. These are selIlka a with blood, every foot of grass has its to cut the hide a round, smooth log laM or fadtar ala. rkar . r4-tofferings, for at Christmas went into a drug store on Lower Broad- arm. dom free-wihorriblo stain. Historians write of the being found most suitable for laying tho or. siting to tba oro a brilliant aoarkllag tko aSaoa, wage-earnhas uso at homd for all he way, and took a glass ot sjurits and "PATnica," said tho iirkst, "how aod ruJ waoo Uaatj, u glory of war. Burial partios saw mur- hide on whilo doing this. After being a 01 oa ia. too AfterTaalag. soda, and ono ot them thought thero compulcan spare. It ia WeU, 1 Marwla'i Hoaalfla li aald br all DruaataUat much hay did you steal?"' der, whero historians saw glory. well cleansed, dry with towels; then sion appealing to pride or fear, and the was a queer taste about it, Tho clerk nor packafo, or air vaakafaa far . lUo bf f tako the brains of the animal, or any man who will eeasent to become its immediately discovered that ho had may as well confess to your Bivercnct nil I. poataaa frao, oa rwalploforlca.which particular la will U BVILDIXO STONES. for tho whole stack, for I'm going aftei nil lad froa loatarr aobllcaut. 4J: aU oua animal, and rub other freshly-kille- d nor generous. given them all enough laudanum to kill tho balanco inauieatlooa to tka aola Diaaurwtarar, Dr. Cutting, State Geologist of Ver- them thoroughly into tho hido, which beneficiary is neither it , 1 troll, lllak. H. K. Jf KK H'J.V, . bleAUaUr aod all To solicit a gift is but to levy a tribute. eoven elephants. They "wcro all given mont, has made a uniquo aeries of tests will make Sol. la bUDfurJ br 1'ibot it pliable. To preserve from It may sometimes become a genteel form powerful emetics and stomach-pumps- , TUB VSK Of KKALTIl, J prufgliu tTarjwkart. of building stones, with reference to insects, Bprinklo with alum and a small and had to bo walked around by forco Tucro aro thousands ot rich men who qualities. He de- quantity of saltpetre powdered,'' and of robbery. Upon this subject tho St. their 188-1- . Louis Glob&Deniocrat remarks, sensi- for tho rest of the day to keep them from are not skinflints, who have tho reputaclares that no known natural ateno de arsenical soap rubbed in, Chicago bly: "This whole practice is wrong-en- d going to sleep. tion ot being so, becauso thoy have nevv servethe name fireproof, Conglomer 'Field. er been known to havo dono any special foremost. It is parents who give ates and 'slates have "no capability ot The question what degree of heat is good with their money. A man who is at Christmas tirnof to their withstanding heat; granite is injured is a cheap restaurant in New present trichina) in swine's Tusne ILLTJglKATID. necessary to destroy worth SoO.000 cau do more to make himbeyond cheap or easy repair by .even so' York which sell eojfee at 1 contpor chilikea.1 The eharity ahenld flow from flesh is of importance. A German exself loved and respected by all with thoso who havo to those who havo not ; mild u heat as that which melts lead ; cup, soup, 2 cents n bowl, with roasts, tola-u- u Hurwr1! Masaila baflot III alitr-lhtpert aays that if tho piecos put into a pot o wltb tho bect-or. sandstones, including the variety called fries and various miscellaneous dishes, from superior to sujordinate, front tho to boil are large, trichina) in the middle whom ho comes in contact by tho judi- popular lUuatratrd ptrlodloal la It It tho Boat Auarlaa aod cious expenditure ot 91,000 in charity K ag'aad, alwara (ullr abraaitoTlbt tlauo la IU to tho poor, from tho strong to tho brown atono, aro better, and limestones uch as fried liver, liver stews, roast rich aro not certain to be killed by such detreat rntolauMactaofcurraal aoclal a ad lua. and marbleg are perhaps, the boat in tills heart, starting at 2 xents, and ending weak. It is a stream that flows' down gree of cooking as tlior are usually sub- than by giving tlio wholo $20,000 alter trial lolrrrtt, and alwaja adrawlag IU Standard he is dead. It seeuil as though it would ofllttrarr, artltlle. and to Khaatloa) ucaUasoa, hill, not up. To force it up is against rcepcet. But even they are injured by with macaroni at S centa. No plates or jected to. As long as meat retains tho bo mighty small consolation to a million-gir- o SmoBf lu altractloaa tor 1MI arot a aaw aarla ootrl br Wllll- a- niatk, lllwtntad tr Abeori a continuous heat of 900 degrees, and at kuives aro furnished except tf or meat, pink color known as " raru" it has been to leave tuonuy to some charitable a now noTtt br h. I. Kaa, lllualralad br Ulbaoa llloatralad 1,200 aro changed, hito quicklime. and crullers known as "floaters" aro as in literature wo snail find many insufficiently cooked to destroy tho par- purpose at tor death, aud bo so coutouud-e- d and IMalmaai daacrlpUia II. -I- llat, 0.papon br (Icorgo U. Bauabtoo. Fraak H. Karo. Therefore, it would seem that no stone served ou I ho flat table. The air ia full of things that are truo, and somo things thul asites. Smoking and pickling tho meat bam, aod olboraj luporlaal Uatorleal aad btofra. dead that he couldu't aeo tho smiles iiblcal papari; abort atorloa by W, 11 Howali, buildings aro fireproof, and soma of musio like this : " Put up two livers ;" are now, but very tow things that an aro of no use whatever. of happiness that his generosity had CbirleoKaado, So. them, Dr. Catting oven says, are aa "cofifee ia a cup j" "let her oesae in the both true and new; so also in lifo wi muclTidaaaged by fire as wooden struct- darks" "twico on the pig's head;" shall find many men that aro great, and s clerk, who has a most created. A gupposo a millionaire who has novcr HARPER'S PERIODICALS, ures are. Brick, on tho contrary, is "Friday, your brains ;" " two frogs in a tome men that are good, but very fen outlandish way of walking, had to go to a kiud word said of him except by usually uninjured, and is often rather bowl;" "let it bo thick;" "flam that men that aro both groat and good. a distant part of tho store to find some had y r, Harpora u H00 improved by heat until it is melted." rouitbtot this way lively;" "moro fire eas- fawning hypocrites, who hopo to gut Hotpot's goods which a party of featetee ,aW some M his uiouey, should lay out a Harpara Bazar. 4W "Walk this But aa most brick bnikltegs an trimmed on that steak ;" " send out a full brass TBcnx is a man In Brooklyn who live! terners desired to soe. nark, voith $1,000,000, and Harptr'aYouBf IVople, ul IN with iron or stone, tho damage is often band;" "floater to tho front," Tho so fast that he is now absolutely oldci way, ladies," he called, as ho swung arptr'i Fraaklla Squaro Library, oa you tree to all, ith walk, -considerable, oven when tie walls stand, fellow wko said that restaurant was than his father; and it is thought hi himself oft " Bat wo can't walk that throw it tfopon lubafl).-...M- .(H IBM drives, lakes, shade and every thing. roatagoFroo to all iutictlUra ia tba Unltad, To avoid this, Dr. Cutting recommends from two Latin words, ret, a thing, will soon overtake his grandfather. Hit way," cried a port miss; "wo Hover lefi learned that style, you know." The Don't you uppjose, it ho took a drive &Uta or Cauda. soapaioao trimming, which are open and taurus, a bull " a bul-'- y mother, a quiet, elderly lady, he has himself and aaw thousand of Tbataloaaaa ol tko WMoalMbofla 1U too only texfte ebjeetion of expense. Bat behind long ago, as well as two ole olork h now drilling his tibia in the mo- through it Naaibara lor Joua aad toa bar of oath roar. thing" ought to seo this one. peoplo having a good time, and all look- Wboa ao UipaalSad, It wlH U wadaratoad ataad) beat M well, k is although brick maiden aunts. tions of a now gait ing their loe and respect for him, that that lai aubaorlbar wlaaaa tobaala with ba Sows, boys in rottaville, Pa., eanght objectionable, because its power to Mafaalaa, l Ws bate some persons because we d Tax pecuniary lnoontive for a yonfe his heart would bo a armed up aud that T.''1 .!'M Vo,u.fff ""Hi's all, MatpaM, blodlu, will bo.aaal by -pjyimra fow daapaeaa, or frost a Kit in a trap, sattmWd it with terpenbar Totaau. Clots SttTtH them ; and wo will not knoa to apply hk aihid to study ia ordr ftat his days would be lengthened? Would 't MraeolptoiH ( Xky lo-- s than that oi tine, and set it oa arc The door of the not know witbont onuubling k Madlaf; S .a- amM. vlfald7 every look of thanks bo worth 1,0 )) to ld to Mwpw'a ht VotaaVaa 1 to M Wla. Aaa. atone. Never Uiulew, a brick ia, in ttap sprang open, tho rat dashed out, tbew because we hate theau Tbow ho may beooae a man of great CUaaltad, tho man who had so uiuuh uiouuj that it llMcal, oapnot bo attafa-W- BU eeawled np fte panta-cou- e friendship that succeed to tuohaver fact, only kte4 of artilainl atone, ft i ad in kk agony ,W TL " Wou tl .'l CbSbrw ftdeUttb. idt kUk illell Htt4UUf fiftA4AfU. U of fto bey who did this aet of lions are usually arm for those quail ad. The sakry of the average editor is mado him 'Die lad'n leg was terribly ties must be sterling that could not oalj abont 14,000 a year, whilo fte Joekey ho havo more pleosuro thau he would in not Uepeleaa, bwt it But be proseeuted ruelty. ri burned, kia clothes took ire, and Ui life gain our hearts, but ooaquW our proju who rode Iroquois was paid 86,000 for cutting olf coupons with a fte nfter by fto nuker Iddfoat HlHt-- -VUOTHKaW, Miv Ywk J'tck't MlluuuUe .S'u;i. a for some thae deepaked of. etooe, fte WttKMK TUB MtrXK r?M TO, TWO FAMBVH CATIM. The Mammoth Oavo ia in Xdniondaen I k ?TJ,TT I"y"?!lBT,M T 'ul Pht bt W$ k , t.tu S1H3WINI1 xsara hx nn IT. tHiin silver-consumi- uir 'f"'IX 'UiB HHifnpiintj ws 't rt Jttt 1. 'd'lwroin il,ljni'"H 'HIIII., lo-fo- ro 0 aUM iisra throe-quarte- rs ds 1N3WINI1 uJo o yun o-- three-fourth- DNVisnw u if ijt l9 NV0IX3W 1 &, ji uiai el uh SlN.WINIl mv jo tisaa: h nf Mu-(cu- , PATENTS ltt, Co., Oct. t. "Water- H-lllo ri. life-bloo- d to tub itais. I. II. linl'I win New Firm. tl r.t S-laal Raaa-M- d, k fan-aro-- l4t indk-rubbe- JRV dy, ro K? gift-maki- iiianiai ll er -- 9 IMS-ljr1 1 lal, jat -- ' Harper's Magazine. h Wr Nu-b- drt-oood- Wcatlr.M,. bea-Uf- od M- - re-ai- over-estis- al aaoly.-lybaU.l- ? "' '"' ftnby ruar-Mec- Fur rMnwfHgltMptetwrHUi, 4nrlHHHrnl MwrhlMrrr. VnrrlnK, Hwricloi. Nprltsg nWrt FnrwWwwHn.Aft.iwfB kli mntsr-- y wwd tsrtr f W It I. ft. Wir.TIAMW. ItHe.fr.ru ErcrgrcMri. iSsjf lfr-- KrisfHrh P ITeildnys with a rellgletis wmetlesi are, o far as wo can know, as old as th" (Ytito) If tlio gro.it Hwc.llsh festi- human race. At any rate, tho earllost Jul val. I)ii t it rt n irstlrnl nmong tlio reconls wo havo of such observances Hcnndlnr.Tlnm lone before the birth of prcscnttho religious fetro. It Is our Savior. They commencct tlio year lo their very purpose, tho evokwith tlio longest nlzht, for, acconlliiir ing ot the "wondrous klndncs," which, to them, nlcht. darkness and cold 11 re growing out of fellow-feelinconfescs ceded daylight and w.irmtli. Tho a common dependence upon n dlvlno longest night comes on Iho twcnty-Ilrs- t power. This going out ot tho hiimiii of December. Odin, who lived about a heart to soim.tlilrg higher, holler and hundred years boforn hrist, ordered nioro bcncllccnt than man, Is moro unl that at this season .igrcatsactlflclal test Ycrsnl than a cursory glanco would lead should be obscrvod, lasting during the us to think. Tbero nro many who are porlod when tho lengthening of the moved iinconsclotislr to themselves by days was hardly perceptible. This fes- It, even as without thought oreflort they tival, called the Jul blot, continued, ac- breathe the breath of their natural cording to some, until tho 1.1th of Janu- bodies. Prejudice, bigot rr, sclllslino ss ary; according to others, until the close nnd narrow Igno anco may Impede or of tho month. As there was only four may mar the mystery of sympathy. days difference between J nnd Wilt tho rcanh of the trim holiday, in Iho Christmas, when C hrlstlanlty supplant-- e boundless Christian spirit ot charity, In1 paganism, there was Utile dlfllculty la cludes In Its benison nil tho children of mnKing mo ciinnge 01 time, nnd t"e tho of whato7.r nation or henthen Jul, retaining Its own namo class, or creed, or kindred. National and some of Its old nbcmnccs, was holidays and'ne'ghborhood commemor -transformed Into Christmas. tlons fifuo their limits of theme and Preparations for tho coming Jul nro topic nnd purpose. Hcllgiotts holidays mnde longboforctinnd. While tho grain nre nothing if not tolerant, nnd do nut Is iinthrnsiicd tho cholccst'shcavcs nro fill tho true signification unlojs they selected from which to brow tho Jul alo rlso alovc mere toleration, rind embrace and bnko thn Jul bread. On J illation, In kindly thoughtnll tho children of tho the day before Christmas, tho cnttlo Father of nib must bo let out from tlc and Upon thoso essential verities, spiritual driven to water an hour earlier ihan nnd Intellectual, hang, as tinsel mid orcommon, nnd returned before noon, nament, the Innocent sensual enjoyotherwise tho next harvest will be late. ments of tho season, as the fri, go Tho Swedish peasantry hare tho same ndorncd tho official garments of tlio to forests whlcli characterises our priest In tho Hebrew Tcniplo Tho pioneers; all tho trees aro carefully cut senses aro the ncresary ministers to dwelllrgs. lint at '. tbo mind nnd heart, tho body Is thu scr down nroiind their a nnt of tho soul. And wo aro to tako Young pines, stripped of their bark an lower branches, are set out bfforcije liced that the servant doosnotdomlnato liouso- and nJ the sun yoos down a tho master. Tho family circle Is to day sheaf of unthrcdicd grain is li'd.t d mi tho center ot satisfaction and tho scono ot tho purest hanp'noss in tho hope of a polo from tho house fop for tho bene May of thn small birds, for nil cicaturrs th'ito who would keep holiday. must hao icasmi to rcjolio on tho da nil to whom tlicso words shall conio when Christ mine iiil" the world. heartily enjoy It, nnd realize that thu sympathy which makes tho whole world Meanwhile, within tho doors, th hno been buy ncotirng and kin, causes all in a homo to bo of ono brightening the room lid Lousd.od hnnny mind. The burthenol malls, tho loaded utensils. The best garments of the family nro cot out nnd hung on Iho trains and tho busy messengers havo d shin- been discharging their trmt. wnll, for they think the Jul tiro t' cm trom Tho nbsent nro brought near by kindly-tokening upon them will tho noedy are not forgotten, Tho sen ants then pr cced the moth. to the cnttlo houc. A mess li.ts been nnd there am reunions everywhere in prepared, composed of Iho same mate-rnl- s spirit as weli as In personal presence. as the dinner of tho aniilr n por- Tho thought of tho poet that the moon tion of this and n portion o th- - loo'is down on many brooks, but tho As ive crow older, let im be more (kolcest fomgo aro gh en to each row. same moon Is reflected in them nil, is In tlinnVfnl that tho clroloof ourChrUtni.tt with tho words "'ibis Is . libit 'on my pertinent in n higher sense I associations and of tho lessons that they little one. ' The horse, in n.M tlo:. to a higher and In a more poetical sense ns n well; for truth is the cssenco of poetry. Lot, us wo:ooroo o.ory their forage, havo 11 drink of siio. i Ingexpanps: Many aro tho nations, many tho men, ono of them and summon thorn to tako order that thoy may ha mc t when going to ma'ins irorn many tho temperaments nnd condit'ons, their p'accs by tho Christmas hearth. w.-& but Christmas lightens tho faces of them Wo come, o'd nsplrat ons, g Ittorlng In". The poultry aro icgnled n k nd of pudding o' nil. If they will but reflect from their croaturcs of an ardent fany, to j.,ur dtsli of own hearts the brightening beams of p aces tinderncatli the hnllyl Wo know Hour or rlco nnd milk. Tho very wate ' HdladclpMa you, and havo not out Ived ycu jet. dog Is unchained this n gilt, for ow the Star of the Nativity. Ledger. poor fc We come, old project and o d lores, would lie a pity thai I rt m however lleclln. to your noo'ts nraong should bo tied up Mid miserable. CHHISTMAS THOUGHTS. the steadier lights that burn around us. tho position of the cattle auguric 1 as to the coming harvest. By Charles Dickens. Wo'corae. all tliat was over real to our hearts; nnd for the earnestness that they aro laying down, tho caips w li be There seems a magic in tho very namo abundant; If they are stand ng. the if Chrlstma. made you rca' thaaks t Heaven' Do we bul'd no Chris' mas castles In tho will be scanty. It I osslblo. ea ew h i A Christmas family party! Wo know n newly nit n o nothing In nature moru delightful. otoudsnowf Let our thoughts, tltitter-In- g from crib; this, killed b:ar 'each it Is Mipposo I, will Tbe tilnl't atk wrutNr n4 took it to liko butterflies am ng tboie flowers How many old recollections, and how as a preventative alnlmt the attack o OunfrlraA. nowtresibllatt In his shot, ofchl dren, bear witness. many dormant sympathies, docs ChristAikI lmi-- 1 him dollnrs enU ono there s retches out a these ferocious nnimals dur.ng the liaf'iru this boy For Ibc .luck ivl four for tao fun. mas timo awaken. j ear. n futuie higher than wo eve tailed This is tlio season of hospitality, mer When night is fallen, tho great room THsun tho rai.n who will not . r r mantle time, but b Ightwltlihon r rurr pitch-pinlor lun Ilk Mi's on Ckrltina-t)artorch" riment and open hcartedncss, and many and with truth. Ar und t:i!s lilt oJiead, Is lighted up with arc tho that tao gladdened by its on whlrh tho sunnv .urts He heaped. mid candles. Supper comes 0$ at ten Cuming.hearts tlio graces ' rt ai prettily, as airily a orclevcn o'clock. A pig's hoaJ, tr.m The Tho most minute nnd trivial clrcnm-'lancwit iln tho least koine rvut id aswrau and a yrgc when thery'w;. no, connected with thoso happy loaf of bread, called TIul bear, s alwnts All over this oxtenslre country thoM mftnh nf TimA IfrWlipfirnWiiV f lmpt'4lf placed rot clings crowd upon our mind at each oir the tabjo This U on n an thorgirTs faco trees aro planted sot only. in privnti L) first relic of hoalhcn tltnesi for the recurrence of that season. homes, but also in'Sunday.sihoo's ono near iv Mntmur uubnauinz ur gin boarwas4"e'ipcclally (ttweated ff the Who bo to the" outdar schools; nnd It would seem at quiet but ontente litt'o face, we see god Troy, the giver of 1 aht and sun- pouringscan good insensible and tho honfeeling, of If hardly any child could live so poorly b mo falr.y written. Mi;n ug (mm tho word as rat shlno shine because it was said that'th S ani- est interchange ot affe tlonata attachthat would not be tho recipient ot some mal, by turning up tho soil with I'f longed for toy or sweetmeat. In tho fnm atar, we see how, when our:r.ivcs tueliS. taught man to plow? All the ment, which abound' at this season of thu y ear. cities ono ran pur hoso those trees al- arc oil, other h pes than ours n eyoug; family coin nnd silver cup and spoon lasted tho Would that Christmas ready planted k a bit of p'ank, nnd other he r.s than ours are m ivcdjhow are )laeod on thu InbJecfor is he d as It ,ought), and smothered: hew other partly iteenrated or entirely tilled with jlhur jravoi Jul-tirtrrllsitue whole year through and passions which Impplncis b ooms, ripens and do.a-- s i. that thu light of thu I that tho prejudices toys, and ready to bo brilliantly lighted bo lucky an lucfoasc. at any mometit. Vet kt U country. no. not deca s. for other homes and them tosupper cone tides with a rsara, de'orm our belter natures wefo never jlu,her bands of chl'dren not yet n beleg. Tho called into action among those to whom wncre one must eesatvsv which all the company join. ages yot to be, arlso and b'oem. mako msnvof ihe Er.tn of the tree, and Epj tankartl of alo is left on the table or they should ever le strangers. must bako msrtCJlW Jrhlclj are covered nau riH) 1 o 1119 en.101 an. Christmastime' Ihnt maa be WcKpme everj'lhlng! Welcomo alike the dclectatiou of celestial visitants, a misanthrope. Indeed, In woso breast with frostrtff sssjffaF iiTnsajind this Is called "Anglaol," angel's ale. drivoout Ifilc e VSotli isw'sTO'ct a what Ms been and what never was' and .A elate of is not a little tola to, something like a Jovial fecl'ug tree, and ctft K.tlftrn rana J) ring JU what we hope may be to yonr shelter 3.1 artlclee diminutive elo h roused hi who;o mind some pleasant homi. tiicra Is nulft aa muctv fui In ftni uiWcmcath the holly, to your places ing some left hereof"and tbero for the association Is not awakened by the rot are uad the Cartstntas tire, where what U preparation, and. quite as wuchrlat4f or little old man of currenoc of Christinas. ! Ufactloa. at tti tlsjidrtr- Jiys1 " la yonder, shadow Uo tho house, a sort of fr.eudly elf, uixin The Christmas tree easts no g'owlns; upon me I ' 0 to btforo ChrlUsaasltHwcll to BVlBlit obtrudinir lurtireir much depends, lie Is shadow, liut, ns t sinks Into theground, blaco, an enemy's facet Uv C hKotmsui v host) good-wii uie tree, a'tieep snow sitouid lail. I hear a whispering going thru ugh tho and it might not be easily obtained,' ami day. wu do forgive html If the Injury supposed to have the form of a little ld leaves: "Ihls. in commemoration of the man not larger than a child. The few beliRS tloBe us may admit of siKh allthe children mast help carry Ithome. law of love and kindness, mercy and let him come here and take who profess to havo seen him Select one that has a rcguUr cono from him as clothed ia gray home-spun- , ultl compassion. This In remembrance of Is 4Pk4he propel htsj placed If otherwise, unhappily, let base to sni'V,an Me." clumsy shoes. f a red night-ca- p height for your,. )rfjr, ajul of any him go hence, assured that we will nev- special office Isand watch arpnnd lli the to On this day reflect upon yonr present branches that iti er Injure or accuse blm. ihnt er blessings of which every man has house and latllo-fhedbeauty; and whlloiWssjjr' the tnx The winter sua goes down over on tiling U kept clean and Fee Mid t.dy ani' many not on your post m'sfortuncs. of jou can akq gather fjuantles of TW. town and village; on the sea It makes a that which have some. Smllo again alngplne, coral pine, and rriaco'splnc rosy path, as'it the sacred tread were long the animals are well cared for. ai with a nil menface and contented heart, merry as ho remains with the family w herewith to mako garlands and fresh upon the water. A few more crowns, nnd wreaths for adorning the mom. fits and' it sinks and night comes goes weil' but if be bo displeased.' my! then your Christmas shall bo merry bc'jikes one. ball', parlors and dining-room- . Alc on, "and light begins to sparkle In the is sure tohim elf elsewhere, mialortun't and your New Veara happy charitable, follow. This is a kind, forgiving, tiring home large bran.nes ot lauro prospect. On the hillside beyond the pleasant time; tho only timo I know of. tnd clusters of swamp elderbcrrie nnd ehapelcssly diffuse! town, and the Practical phllantrophy. "I wish In the long calendar of tho year, when boughs of bittersweet borr'os. 1'Innt quiet keeping ot the trees that girdle l'inirrcv. men and women seem by one consent four tree In a mall wash'tub, tilled In the vlliago steeple, remembrances are you a h ppy Now ear " Oh. that's easy enough to say," re- to open their shut-uhearts freely, and frith brick-bat- s or a hod.'ul of hanl coal, cut In stone, planted In common flowor anything that U heavy and will keep ers, growing In grass, entwined with plied Feiidersn; "but what will you do to think ot people he'ow them as it they to the It In place flatlrons will do If there U lowly brambles around many a mound towards making my new year a happy really were one?" "Any thing 1 enn,-- said l'lngrey grave, and not another race of creatures nothing else at hnn.l-n- nd cover ovci of earth. the tub with a gayly striMxt afghun. 01 In towns and viUages there are, doors i "l)o you mean iti" cried Fendersin, bound on other journeys. a fur robe, or a flag, and upon th s base an windows cioecu agninsi uio wcnirr dramatically. "Po you meau UP Well, Happy, happy Christmas, that can farewell. " "What s ho win us back to the delusions of our many of the larger buLIim, such ai er, there are flaming logs heaped high, well, good-bIho m stifled childish days; that ran recall to tho old as'od books, deskn, eta, can n arranged. there are Joyful (aces, there is neallny matter itb roil?"you nro gong nw I'ing oy. "Why, man tho pleasure of his youth; that can Those of our readers who are tee for- rauslo of voices. He all ungcntlencM forever, aren't you? You said von transport tho sailor aud the traielcr tunate possessore of a loflg purse caa and harms excluded from the temples would do anything you could to mako thousands ot miles away, back to his purchase at the fancy stores every im of the household cods, but bo those re- - me happy. Farewell, old .boy, own friends and his tulet hnma aginable device for decorating most mem ranees admitted with tender ea And Feiuic-rtoartistically and beautifully euch as couragomeit. They are ot the time around tlio corner, n whllowalked briskly r, Ai MMLLitra owr the silver doves or stuffed doves, colored and all Its comforting and peaceful re- I'ingrey stood as If rooted toperjilextd "i. the spot Mr, Tomline, of Orwell ii.it, glass balls, Sags el every kind, glided assurances, and ot history that reunited torthe space jf live minutes. Uosivn oven upon earth the living and the Ipswich, bo well known by biroam tar, tlay looking glasses that. If 1 ratumr.yt. behind the eandles, will reflect dead; and of the broad beneficence and successful attempts lo repress bt iki too many mea have tried tfiolr light and make it twice as bright, goodness that Wiio will venture to say that tho ouglis and counties in Parliament, h . to tear to narrow ihredi. CkarUt Dido- bells, woolly lambs, and bonbons of women ol thu West aro not economdisgnstcd with tho result ot his lost ex every description; while in the toy ' ical f A oung married lady ot Mad cm, Kb. ops are whole line ia Harnich that he iu regiments of dolls, W .. who is v.cry fond of her hus- ploit in that from the most elegant Parisian belles to tends selling the whole ot his vatt Sufconversation, Conjugal band has concluded that n box of o'gars the knitted sailor boy for the little baby, every evening during the w1l. loavcry nice Christmas prccnt property, includliig tho liocso and and vast caravans of animals, and Scene -- tho domoitlc hearth. "And oh! for Mm, and, necordlngly.liRS urrhnsed folk estate of Orwell Park, with its splendid Noah's arks, and toys that surpass de- Diaries, I've on such lovely thing!", rai'iri't and eon ea'cd t from view In a hooUng, The preserves extend over scription. Dut in thousands of village 'Huhr' "And thov are bottom drawer o tho "spare bureau.' homes these articles are not obtainable. "lluhl" "And I want to buy aad she cannut help intln:aliBL' to her 36,000 aeres ol Uad, almost in a ring, jet tho children can manufacture many a -- , and a , and a . for deir ruotboc ktdi Irlends whtn shrewd banraln sht feaee. This property k now offered in beautiful decorations for the Christmas and iho girls." "Hah'" "And Tomo-thin- e Uias mada. " hy James always rays the market for 1,300,000; and, could, tree. In which thoy will take quite as "sssski" for the children." tlicm. and 1 got muck pleasure as If they were from the "And tbero are soma. bargains In heus: leuuorars a bo lor aud Illy cents." rmgthat jihe partridge-shootinis as tliiwuforono dollar faacy shops of tho city. With a few Kcep.ug taings." ltu i " "AuJ I Unhappy James, hi littlo knows what good as any la England ; that the tanas lieets of gilt, blue, scarlet, and silver waut to buy a littlo gift for jou. ha Ar-- are well cultivated, mas has In store for hliu and that Orwell pa-cut mio tiny strips lour Inches In I.e." "Well, how muoh money do you Chris CltUUtft, Park, with the river ol that name ran-am- g length and half an Inch la width, jou wantt" ojfcr 7VNerf. . can make long chains t entwine from through the grounds, b one of the Tho yotiug men converse: " What bough to bongh of the tree. With a Hoforo we great our readers a;aln, aro you go'iig to gl 0 your gill U1I1 moat beautiful plaee ia tlio country, bottle of mucilage paste the two cade of uhlle ChrUtm s, (ioorgef Don t you find it Mr. TomUse consider that ho is not the strif tegether until half of them most of them will be bankru " hard to mdo.t anything asking too high a prise J but who is tie are mmm Into then awte up wo. who have ropud atel, Cliritimi ritlier "Oh, no; that don't tnnMe wSUkwake who caa give 01110 more by si pn'uzono end Opnigh with all ItsJioroditnmonUundappurtuii-nsuch a sum 1 shall j'.lvo few things my liut es will ko'prL; lit on ono tno two Tings ud Jo nlng tlimi tefether. luck to me." I owdl (.Virol. It can only be some ouo from over th. Let thu Unco rings bocoiiutdry, aud thousand dollar n weuk lu'o bank mi I Join tho h lsto long garlunis. Suspend dou'iliur our ctmmiiss 011 with tlie I T. R. Walton hs letsoscd his stock of sea; but then colunlats and Yutikit, around th outer branches of tho tree iimU'riukcr lor win m wo furnish, cut-tut- groceries. Ac, to Bright' old stssd, corctr generally do not approoiutu put o .V. )'. l)iiutdu Mala sad SoawTMt strtste. from top U botluM, Tvvuty yards will porting iiropcrtk. London World tnbnu rmnrt imm nvn vtivv If carefully liaflitlr.t. l'nrcli n Ifirjrn pin DMenta- - , 1S83 of popcorn, nnd atrlnp; them Into chains BtMferd, Kjr., with n lior.llo nml cvtino tliron.l. En- Iwlno tliom nlao About thu bnifHios, CX C1TTMVXTBK A.IB TMRTAJUf- mi fitter tho iiresonts nro illstrlbutoil break up tlio chains Into necklaces and xies xiuok. throw around tho neck of nil tho M M a city hunter KM. truest. If 3011 possess a broken Ioak Hit rl. n pntntrr tnio, Mg.gltiM, entry It lo n glnrlcr nnd TfhothmieMhe would MChrtataMiAlM It cut Into bit tlircfl fn lies by two. Upon bW or two. 1'nsto n bit of Ijroun tinpcr orar the JVf-mHw mw who nnrer trtes Inck of tlio Rime, rind bind tho clrrcs Talmas or fteh for cxcrctK. with strips of frllt or enrlrt and bliio paper, and junto n bit of ribbon or pnpor nt the toji to iupcnd them from -tho Imiiglis. loitcnn not havoxtoii many tiny mirror'. I'tirchno n pound or two of Knllth walnuts and rut tlicm Into lmlvci and tnko nut tho meat. Saro them to put Into tho middle oi each nmnll fronted l'urchao Kino n pound of tuenred c.inxwnvo, and (111 hnll of ono of tho n.t licll with .5 them, and paste on tho other hn'f I to common glue, or for pnsto. Insert n bit 01 narrow ribfion lit m ? m nny color nt tho ton of the nut Cut amalt round of gilt patter nnd coror It '' ." with p.titc, nnd wniii ttrnreftillv about tho nut, lottlnr tho fol.U of It liuotcmy about tho bit of ribbon Mnko m many b you can of these, for thuv nro tho Ho hied htm forth In fjucet of gams i)rctt!oit of rntfodoc. nnd everybody A firmer- hmiso near ny, likos to no&c4 mich a Iropli . hlttlo And iwuirvd upon a duck eo Um Tho Mnl could Jcarctly By, I"o lmj;4 nw'o of boMnet Inco or wnb IIIimIod. by running litem toucher with aenr'ut. blue and .'"Id colore I worsteds nml iisUi ft bit of It for n sir ut to draw tliom together, nro nio tory pretty nnu deOrnblo when lillo w th nuts, rnisim, and Migar plnim for tho children Mnall n a apples cIoDuly tucV with o'o' 01 aro nlso 11 ee to por time bureau drawers nnd 11 dozen or moru will not come ntiits m on . this most wonderful A hrist child ornngel, mido by druil-- g a doll In Inco and sllrure.l w hs, l very wlieii fattened to tbo topmosr bough of tho tree. Mn.ill chiiIIch am hnvo a bit of wiro thruu through, the lower end by heating 'lr, nnd then fasten It securely to tho b'mgh ot Apples tho and orange tree can also bo suspended with thread wire. Cut r.ng of and slip over H banar.1 nvnyi thn f rUhtened fowl tho candle, nnd they will catch their Alighted near thn hnoiet aranireri Tbe latter, with a dreadful eoowl, dripping. litlicn" Floral titUntL ludlratlvouf ctigcful anger, DirUtmM m We Greir OWer. T jiUU$nw! tt for a MOftll be Hcc.Te.Uo tree, twclvo HeH HHtMTlw TcWwiHc CIhWiww nno. Thcso paper chain, , il... trteiilja r)nh lirt Lntil ftj vna.M sts r vim iiu nujrv "i Ist-jr-e trm a VnrTfilslfn frftTt ClrrKtwsw j ' C wvTl fn .K JP , T TTT-Rl- r, '.o $Ss MwJ - If ciw-lfoits- c r ?T estm 1 r!' , - 1 tri-e- dec-oint- l.o over-taxe- enrd-bonr- prc-crv- c d of human nature Green boughs wero used by tho .lews at tho Fi?nt of Tabernacles, and tho Komnns ornamented their temples and houses with tlicm, during tho Feast of Saturn, Tho Hrulds hung green branches and tho mlstlctoa ovcrthclr doors as a to thn woodland sprites. A survival of this superstition was found among tho Kngllsh peasantry, not two hundred years ago. 'I hoy hung up evergreens in tholr cottagos, in tho that tho sylvan sprites would I'ock thereto, and so tho lionglis'wonld unnlppcd by tlio frosts till a milder spason. Tho English custom of decking Iioikcs nnd churches with at Christmas springs, therefore, from an ancient practice and a humnn Instinct. Tlio fnvorlta plants aro holly, bay, rosemary, laurel and Ivy. Objection was formorly made to the uso of Ivy in church decorations on account of its associations with tho org.es In honor of llachus. The mlotlcto' was a'so excluded because it was tho plant most Intimately ns'oilntc I with the heathenish rites of th Urol.M Though oxcomnr.n'cated from tho church tho mistletoe was thn popular plant for decorating Engl'sh homes. When Drnld sm wa the religion of tho llrltons, tho m'stlctoo was hsld in great veneration, t was gathered with mrs-ti- c rites from tho 01k on which it had grown, and then, divided into small pieces, ditr buted among the pcop'e. They linn up tlio sprays over their dwellings as a prop'tlntlon to and a shelter tor tho wo dland deities, during tho season of frost. Even as lato as tho tovcnt'cntli century a pleco of mistletoe suspended from tho nock was supposed to guard tho w arer from the baleful Influence of witches. In m ilern timoi tho mlstletoo has a tendency to attract men towards witches ot a fairer faco and a moro amiablo nature. A branch of tlio mystic plant is nt Christmas hung from tho celling. It any man or boy can or cunning induce a fair girl to come under tho spray, ho is entitled to kiss her. Gossip docs report that maidens havo been known to pass on pur-pos- e g under tho branch. Among tho old Christmas carols may bo found somo in pralso of tho everOf tho greens used in decorations. nn-clobe-H- ot ovcr-groe1 Tho two of evergreens and flowers a a means ot decoration seems an Instinct Notice to Contractors l ? . i 4V I hnUa turn. 9M-- work lo l Jff w Street at lh Eail er.d f JUtt'onl, Kr.1 nnhhed hy 13th f . M.u.l.l pri1 on the roA--B'Hmiii fUprfes per tee l fc JdilX J. HrHUHKHlH, Clerk tHj Council Si Fire.Lightning&Tornado 1WNDRANCE! SovenTirst-Ol- a in Companies, OKA-TiB- LOWE8T IgJ-o- I ettnford. J. M. PHILIPS, Agt., MNDM FOR SAXE. Ilittoj mr !ndiw fullered, I wlih to sell pilfatelr Ice old I.lndtej Slephtnnii turn, on Ills Biter netr Wslnut Fist. eontitnlM 18734 ere ol oo,l liod In vA telihborhood. Lars brick houjw, itibl anil cribs and o.ber bnlMlnti. Hm water and plenlr of timber. A .o SI acre, . Ijlng between McBobarliand B. H. Ueo-T- Ueo-trr- 'a on Ilawklna Branch. Nice box Iioum and hrlck cbtmner. All under fence. Tlentr Ore wrl. Bolh tlilra fnni ILrirjin. ein bi had. Addreraorcallon ir. T STKPIIKXNOJV, 31 Crab Orchard, Kjr. For Sale Privately ! I offer forealeprtratelr nir farm tf 3t ,7-- 4 .1 CKK V,altu.lr,17mlleaB. K of Mcholutllle on Hickman Creek, la Jenamlne county. Tbe land la In hlne-tru- s and clorer and la In Rood fur srowInK air crop aulied lo Ibla pari of thaitateand la welladanlel ti crowing-- lobacco. The Improrrmtnla comlit if a frame dwelling of 7 roomawlth porchaaand cellar, a wellaf cood wa-tnear the door, a food barn, uaM and wagon ahed and olher necewarj out bullllngi. An atock water abundant and convenient de Tbe fencing on the creek Is meat 7 of alone. Tlentr ef tlmUr for fencing pnrposre and lencet mottle In good repair, location la coirenlent In Church, school and mill, I will sell I he properly low and on eaar terraa lo parties dealrlng a home or will dlt Ida It 10 suit purchaaera. I wilt rent tn reliable parIf notaold by M-- r. ties. Jtltt.M.A. HKIlsl'Kltt.Mt. 203 3 mo. llanly, I. U., Ky, VALUABLE Stanford Town Lots for Sale, loSerfjraala prlrately at low prlcce and on wry reaaonabla l.rma, OVT.Il FIFTY TUtfX 7,fiT la Ihe North tllrull of tbe cltyof tjtmlurd. More Ihan half ol them are to-da- holly it c tho-nex- Jiil-gro- t. Auelujnb!" Tho ivy is praised in thoso lines: "Ivr Is soft and meek of speech. Airntnjt nil uaio sno is Miss. Well Is be that may ber reach." l'oulfs Companion. What to Bay. Is said: "Hero comes hotly that Is no pent. To please all men In bis Into t. te n-- it 1 11 e Crllms Tre. es jie krii,yp , ae o i. kwm., rfr ia' Tento-Gubbe- soreu-hearteJ- ll .'ysPirswlth' 1 s. p fellow-passenge- on suppose you g'vo him tho slippers have been work'ng for tin minister? Ho lias a pa r? Ltic'ty irau. Then go buy him n pa'r of gloves, two xiies too il tan, large, a sto hat. a boxing-glovor an easy chair that will tall lo pieces in a week. Now, i' among all those articles you cannot find one that will answer, it is because every thing we have mentioned is too expensive., It you want to mako your husband a present of something more vuluable than anything else, and a the same timo something- - that will not c ist you a single tent, we will tell you what it Is. Mako him a solemn promise not to glvo IU111 a curtain lecturcin a wlm'o year, and be will think himself the happiest man In' the land. To tho gentlemen fewer words will bo necessary, liuy her an unusually largo opea hat! two dollars worth of mixed candy, a poodle, a whlto crow, (don't leave out tho "r," ohl gentle compositor), that runs by eleca tricity, a patent mop that wrings itself, a new kind ot dish water, or any simiIt you lar thing equally icsthetlcal. don't think sho would bo suited with any of these things, suppose you insure your Ufa for ono hundred thousand dollars and sink yourself in tho can a'. How do you think that sort of thin; would suit her for a Christmas present Rochester Ezprtss. rat-ane, sewing-niachino Theso nro the days when ono hears coroplants on every hand regarding tho purchase of Christmas presents. Tho ladies aro almost In despair as to what thoy can buy for tholr gentlemen friends, and tho men don't know what the ladles want Wo take it upon ourselves to make somo suggestions, first to the lady. Suppose you buy him a boot-JacThey all havo 'cm? Oh. no tboy don't, and thoy aro as novel as they aro useful. Ot course, a wooden boot-Jacis not a very ornamental thing, out you can uecorate it witn roses and bugs and 'such things, and make it look quite nntlqno and sti iking. We Just know he would llko it. and if lie docs not use It to draw off his boots ho can shy t at the festive cat from tho fecond-storwindow, if you will not give him tha,t bow would some cigars nnd a caso of champagne answer? Ho drink? Is that so? Well, then k y ?0 lo 40 feel. Tbey will be told lo none but white persons. A map of them can be aeenmtmy office. 203 4 mo. MII.T.BB. Stanford, Ky. whhlna third of a mile ol the Court Home, and a nmoebrnf them within to-thlrof a mile of theJunctlow depot, excellently located for per-aoengaged In buttoe-- a or haie imployment at that point- Tbeae lota are the eery beat and moat beautifully and conveniently altuated for realdentra that hare erer been oflereJ lor aale In Stanford, and my price, and terra, are auth aa Jo place It In the power ol any Induttrloua man to aecur on of tbem lore bojie. They alt front upon newstreeta, which bare luit been opened, the bioadeet and beat In Btanford. The aoll la a, rich aa any in Kentucky. Molt of the lanl la ai leeel ai to require no grading and the eery beet well water caa be bad at a depth of from ir. II. 18&I. Harper's Bazar. Harper's Baur la at once the moat brilliant and ueeful llouaehold Jonrnala In exlatence. It la tbe acknowledged arbiter of faanloc lo tnla country. Ita faahloo platen are the newest aud moat atyllah and Ita pattern sheet tuppllmenta and economic lone are worlb many times the coat ol aubecrlp-Ho- n. Itallloatratlonaof art needlework are from the beat sources. Ita literary and artlatte merlta are of tbe highest order, itsatorlea, poema and eeaaya are by the first American and European autbora Ha choice art pictures would fill portfolios, and 1U hunioroua cute are the moat autna-lo- g la lie found In any Jiurnal In America A boat of brilliant BOTaltletars promised fur IMI. ili.tj8tbated. li't HARPER'S PERIODICALS, FEB YEAR. Harper', llarper'a Harper's Ilaroer'a Harper', ,, yi 00 Weekly 4 00 ... 4 00 Batar ,,, , 1 80 ... Young People.-...- ... Franklin Square Library, one year 10 00 (31 Number,) roaUge Free loall aubicrlbers In the United EUtee and Canada. ' The Tolumea of the Baxar begin with the Ural Knmberlor January of each year. When no time la mentioned. It will be understood that the wlabea lo commence with the Dumber neit alter the receipt of order. Tbe laat Four Annual Yolumrsof Uarper's Baxar, lo neat cloth binding, will be aent by mall postage paid, or by cxpreia, tree of expenae (pro-tillthe frelint doee not exceed one dollar per Volume,) for 17 00 per to'uuo. Cloth Cues lor each to! utile, aulUble tor bind-In- r, will be aent by mall, pjatpald, on receipt of ol SI 00 each. Keinlttancca ahould be raaJa by Poal-Off- ic Money Order or Draft, to arold chance ol loaa. Mgnln .,.. ....,. hewipaperaareoottocopy thle adrertleement without Ibe expreaa order of llaarxa A Baoruaaa. Addreea Hiaria A BxoTHiaa, new York -- TAKE THE- R. W. & MISSISSIPPI " Christmas Observance. 1 larc-nell- ." ati:u Time-holiday- s, socaaprr a, g er rejoicing. Let us cat heartily and give God thanks for the excellent food und Iho good appetite and digestion that enables ns to enjoy it; but let us not cat so much as to hurt our health or our temperso may our thanks be slnccie and heatt'elt. It may be that tho sight of our own abundance will more us lo call in to share our meal some neighbor whom d'od has blessed much less bountifully than us in material things that would be a part, and a very good part, of giving thanks. Tho proper ob&orv-anc- o of Christmas should be a part at our Christian duty as well as anything else. Church ana Home Christmas toys. Littlo beys. Household Joys. .V. U Picayune, In our country at present Christmas is generally observed whely nnd well Our churches are open by Christians. for prayer and praise on that dar. and old cus'oms, wo continue to follow of only those that are symbol! , innocent or beautiful inch as the Christmas tree, decking our homes with evergreens and holly and the 1 kc. We reserve, a'so, the time honoicd custom ot serving up nn abundant nnd rich din- acr on ihnt ilav, which is well anJ commendable, so fong as we remember that this is only a part, aud by no means a very important part, ot our Christmas gift-gv'n- East, West and North reon aLsOTilstTrllle LOUI8V1LLK ! and the North. Free larlor Care to ClaclnnaU anu Bleeping tare to Cincinnati. Washington, Baltimore, I'hlladclphu and New Yoik.wllh-o- ut to O Tvia.w.B,lrou CINCINNATI. Ih. Ka.t cbange. Care on night train, LoaUillle to bH. Louie. 2n-- - -. rroia LOUISVILLE te HTIllMH ami th.WI Korthweat and Houthweat, with Palace ijleeplng "- Hours 1WHSffiKB,Q 2'PliainB IO LOOK AT Aom LOUISVILLE I IMUIANAPOLId,CHI. CAHOand the Nvrth, with Day Coaches asd Chair Cars through without cbange, ThsXrslB. u.Eipreae (dally) from Loui.tUle tlleeplagtvs from LouhTllle to New York without cbaage. anlrlng at Waahlngtoa l-t-t p. u. Dtit day has Palace THIS Hoars Ahead of All Cenpttitar. bar Through pay Coachts eaalltraiB. Hare bo seldabjet caaBgee. Arrlre at IH. Uule 1 boura In sdraaoeol ether lines, thereby ,Kurlng more lima fcrasaklag chaege ol cars and gellleg liet caolca of scats In cars of connecting Uses. Ioadranewef other lines lo Indleoepolle an d Chlceso sad Ibe only llneglilng lie petroaa all-mi- le ride along the iboreeefUke Mlchlgen. tor tlcketa, ralaa. Hue, uapa, Ac., apply to Ticket AsenUol connecting llaee or addeeee KbVBKOWN. boulhero I'eeietxer AL, B. CCbr. tourlh A Mala at, ,Lulllle. W. W.rKABODY, W. B. tlHATTUC, Ueo'l Maoaser. Uea'l Paaaesaer Aft CtBclasall. J. , HILL, rawesaee AgeotTuutMw.Iyi Eularaata and Heme-eVek- rs la iUOJi 11. S'y riet t, appro-irrftc1- n soi-kiu- gilnt 11 Thb trail ot the leqient inanity. Mau comes Morld, is snaked Is over all ha uake.1 1 .1 , H through lift, .b.i naked out of It, t i vm ft f w w Cr r a srrmrvi, Smi-IKWIitriir3wrnii Mmtmnm. sMm! uxrnmtitMD m umxks.s. TMS 0HKI8TMA& TMXM. r twfcril Xf., JnM fMafewfljf Jfcf m SnfttM MittofMiti Dwbr MM M, 1MI f to M i L.7 v f ; .... rt. ate i ' ' 4W y i of iatereet, aad every om seemed Imhi I wlwrs sr w 9HM1wM MmlHir lns-iiia wWtriflg to hk neighbor, and wimt AmniMr tfeo SjtiUilsnil orsnta svevM? fee aW JTrataiaiit ot'riwVeat forms ot hfasdiag to duaWi. jn- iiwhim n nrf rain sity odmh, fM. BiiaWl ever was the subject of hk conversation unnumlmth) tfHmi m4 with Tn6 eacc'tiBtef WrW iiA Htise, iWfe MRcoHlod from a variety ot" (tpUtt ttew. Hirnnah rhMMMfiil ii. wi9 arW BVTVaWvaj PafVfanVTCWi K was very evident taat k did not -- lZ T1-. lW irTr sVttfls(t e "'"" "1 !!7'1 1. a. beast oeenned at ftkjfct, by a inouiuHiinini jiHiiimworr-- i paava ytmuam, aovm-sv- r. to the " aanakhed basiaess" before Antuwirtsflrsmlnr awn BnMa rurtB Ortlan Vr T4agaa VrMia4ar At-TvmmMm eftraW of caHbiao, ia oep-- , while they were waHisg fer Aloar tho Mil cUs Atmto Hl crows tko CkrM imw t nw, the hoase. No oan sweated to know fr srmssjsajy slsajVTa sates, Mm every half hoar, is a very ef Cttlntm .... Thn Krect. fiii'tal ifcatiJy k aervons sad tek leatedvitn.aKaMraervaiit in the fork jast where the lodgo had left off, or WhcrpVrpJIrnMtltelHtH.tiif . B.'.K. n hre er hrt-csfln- s tf 17MHh hasjaahi. Omm tiro doses areeftea f a tree, toekkg wtt for baftdo. There where it deeigaed to begin ; the cirenm-staace- s Whst tf srs tbn ChrtttmM lo had changed, and ttiat which HtSeiealo give eoatidew rdfeC The wero ;laty of Imsk-lme- k (.tiitttmss tree? ad otMr Tf I rlsht. oportntimii, STANhWW, KT, imthi r tticjr. ealy objeettoa to Ha use is aleciikeaaeee, telopo drkkisg ad gambollmg at M had oaee given interest to tho subject Tvb)Whottmrniiirmml tho WS4. was past, aad la a measure forgotten. jnrcpirkM tr W. P. VAlVrOir, . . Prarkrtr. which sobumWs results it it k takea ia cnlge of tbejiwter-hole- . Bt th sperk-me- n And I am quite certain tlfat A great deal f mm olT hn timricM of the lwfti the evening. It k preferable to guar-aaFruits chIInI fmju atef lra mil vlnt were deicrmlBed to shoot at aotfcittg of th uaKakhcd businesv will renmin Whirs irphrrs T m tunbrsiiK Milns, Tw W SraVaWa sfvftaWi u beiag hardly ever rejected by the less Uhw a lflWo. whMrfcron I'fKblca m Mir f o naiaWhed stUl, te thd eml nf tho chap- The tmnihllmr itfii K cWAkkv! ilarij IL WMISf MMtttr, MtrteSsM. xMttm ILLWRATXB. At last tho advwteo of two magaWeoat Whato'orCTaf"! mo clowsn.l hltt u iten, nlH fil Tfco flsnis of reut in oxfwctsnt cf 0 The following, aeeordiag to W. W. koodooa, whose IttanUftd aral lwras ter. IA every tnra hi We ty k tho simn. "Mirprrmmn mors rrmyicooii Ctrpeater, k very effectual in stoat towered above theaj as they walkcdiato ThoMoivlotViisnbr wiimMriKMHL M ol.l Ii pJhm, BTsinJKaBaalto? tto Inotorsmlllnv mnn'1 k bcgiiff fnit'nivcr finished Or t rnn nt rnun-joterm of headache; Muriate ot hum the pool, canecd tho BpotWwaon tp fotgaj Mwfuiir tbM weiii, uymZTKul. npwijr 4 Mm, NHrlbiM Wf bin fcwrt " W h lo rmmJt Mi Aat'U k bo Mist which L liegnu but nrcnt-tloVrcn.fi aia, three drackava ; acetate of morphia, their resolution. Both flrel. Oao koo1110 "" yours. MOIM IKWMM MM nr kh-- naa w r sini spin for tree, n4re, that whlclt ieawiikfcll tlnLwrnMitnt.., oae grata; eUrato ot caffeine, thirty doo fell ; the other made off, desperately AS mmfwwnmn pi bo riw ibm ihrnimm twitwn Ofmtli It WlllslwMl Ik ! Iho CbrlMrott tree parsneavw. No iaattar'hova; brillkm WtHi graiaa; areatatio spirits of am&oaia, oae wounJed. BHtslbBMstfWsUrflr tokt m ilcir Ihm tirln room nesr lb. hmt rw.hr u4 MIIMIItMTl Bwt....rtB tb Wrft.Mj,U the CgHarlag, only ih(r thhig in its Oa casta ltit lora to 1011 smt ms ikachs ; elixir of guarana, foar ouueos ; -. One of tho Englishmen was about dete tb. bat ButM of IS4 if -- nm Car fan. IrroTiMt In i Mmh ltlm wtrM bar resewater, four ounce. Mir. Desaort-spooaf- scending from tho tree. A shout from compkHerfcsa, willfw nt'septedby the ftlMl tor H Mm mHwii. iTBHHttbf, h4 mb. ifee eilitor's slockllijf. every ten or twclvo minutes. his friend, and a heavy footfall, accom wotM! Sometimes aa uutluUheil pix'ui strcklnr bun la aervoas headache. Dr. W. A. panied with a puff, puff, liko that of a or sketch, o a partially completed A 'Twm (loelilnllr from Iho Imniitpl-lees- t poor nn holrrt It Kaaatead states the. valao of various warned him to remain. drawing, coaWae toHches of genius not But bo'1 it wai. nnil lnwl. to a rata An Mllnp niiH1t found clsowhore, but thoy never livi ltbumrslinlat HARPER'S PBRI0DI0ALS, dregs as follow: Ordinary doao, two Out from tho denso bush camo a black tllithnllfbtor morn Csmo tlino'na sanhcsi gratea three times a day, after meals ; rhinoceros, mad with wickedness. See- and are loved like those which are Hut vli. for th ianuih I hi a, far i h aua Titk Hm4Im and ttltot all tk troaMn lt ho, and n ' pur vrio to billuas tuts ot th rttrm, such - Kirfcr's btf iwai nuri loiRoiopwns narsi ..,, Hiaiimum doao, flvo grnins. It k beat ing tho hunters, ho butted again aad rounded aad complete. It 00 A'i- - of man) s bopo 'Icrerrnl, When wo sco a person who is full of WhlU Mmt bmh nmuV rslilathaMSc.Ac. Anl iliittot pmcraUiMtloa gives in tbe form of lulls. again the trees in which they were seatHsrpsfs HMr BM Ctta SBOWB W WW Aihr nf lipnrflM confcrrl. Nax vomica k preferablo to strychnia. ed. Ilis furious charges almost shook brilliant beginnings but ot little perseAn I nlifs or JcsoUMon. tsa Wn e tfao msh with tbo stiMtcroJ sock Kutti'i rMkl rtttJ WttT, mm Tho dose k finoHo grain, after them off. Spiteful at not being able to verance, we see one that will, in all Oh. trn It oil. 'tis tterklnr (H d Ari't wmi tn the fel'ow who ftHe! It Up .M0 meak. If the. patient be eklorotio, it is get at them, the animal plowed up the' probability, pass through lifu a o fMtst. XwH SM MtbHwbbm la tb. VUti Ajs Airtts oiUtor! MtHklmr I Frt to and unsuccessful man or womwell to combine a grain of redaced Jroa ground with hk horn. Butt or 0hw4s. an. Another, leginnlng in a smaller asd balf a grain ot sulphate of quiaine. Bullet after bullet was fired into him, Tb.VohHMtb.Wtk4f brlaH)i tboint Tho True ChrMmA. til dltonlts of t h iloMch, stimilst th llrrr Bkmuth, in the form of subcarbonate, but, apparently, ho was as Indifferent as way and apparently rith less prospects, BlrtgJtelhU)wJ. JCTAUthqroaiyesna I raMthMW, it will b.BBj.nio.1 tbt a. m- Every year tho chin hes nro mpre by steady pcrsovcrauco, will oventualiy KtlWf WltllM t OM1BMBM Wirt t will often take the place of oxide of zino. if ho had leea hit rith peas. ItttdbK At accomplkh that in which tho other has beautiful, but tho gorgeous fruitage of KiinrtwiHtor. VolawM of Hirprr'a TbhM rir AbbuU Dose, two grains after each meal. length, an eipansive ball dropped oa tho trees that grow iu their vestries Is for tho children who would have no probably aids digestion more than his snout, just behind hk horn, and failed. mill .l.fJ,wbr b4 In vho It k not geaias, hardly k it toil ; it k Chrbtmas else. Kveryjear thu shops ArVo (toy weU bsslaMMt ffketras to Ummfarts (rrotlSol tMlr4fbt dots txftrm.xcm4 lAmumm Mtor mineral tonio, and k of use whea brought him to hk knees. Getting up any nSVrfroiatblsdUtrulacoBHlnt bat pr toIum), r rf OS ft Tolas.. arc more splendid, anil wealth and love MM; tbk (Haw not luck, bat a persistent " 4 )mt,m4 tos CllliOMt.rK Vohiw, tolUbh) tor W4. then there k gaatrio dktnrbanoo. and stamping the ground, ho made for honsctrrtknwUICs4 r wffl not b wBiteg; ifI,rWfiM, oa rvtolrl ot that k tho surest to wia suc- gUe costllor gifts to their own, but sbl la o CMsrwiTS tlwt thllulrJllTila t b" Tho bromides are serviceable when the the bash." every year, also, mora men and women WdowHtetlUMB. ItatMVK alt sick aa4 cess in thk life. KraltlHC.MMMlMlMBM4.br M0. savo something from thu sum to bi) nervous system has been irritated ; when At daylight, tho hunters followed hk J Ontor or Dntt. to stoIJ cbmm i ku. BLOOMt, Wli. peat 011 kin mid friond for thoo who ( u WT tbH iKlyrWuitBt K.wixMn u it k exhausted they do harm. which at first was marked with trail, ma.. mifiHmiwfrniHiri can claim only tho human 1I0 for am.ifi AiMira HiarSRABHOrh Phosphorus k very useful in most blood. About a mile on, the flattened JV York. Tirs Now Tork Graphic declares that Every year moro ragged Mrs h whr w Ii ttabsms cf re Bar Mn tast forms of nervous headache. The beat grass showed There the brute had rest- tho city of New York k in jeopardy from ami nows-boyand euks e avH UaU Oar Mttt eats k vkUa results are obtained from diluto ed. The trail led across an open sward tho vast accumulation of od at Hunter's boot blno'.s. and suCerer In hoipltal. eihtndoaJRt. Csrtrr's LWM llrrr rots tn tbtMmjI sm acid, in doses of thirty drops, of grass into a thicket. Just as' the point. It says: " If a fire shall occur and patient folk In of ostiums anil Thrjr OnaortnpUUaukiio4 long hopeless inmates andi Tr77toM. TtcrtsMs IN ao sot srfM er CHESAPEAKE DID OHIO RY. largely diluted, three times a day, after Hunters were canuousiv entering it, a among the immenso slock of oil at tho prison, aro remembered In klnuneis. pons batstrtctljr rrntu sctkm.i'lrtM sKwko brthrlr (bn, crwywhers, or at suit. d eating, or phosphide of ariac, men and biUssgtstsIavllalC3rata:arfartt. Asia bird flowup, uttering a shrill "Tcha, Standard oil monopoly's works, thk tvery i car moro h If grain, three times a day. came the beast, staggering burning oil will now down tho bank into women get the brief holiday for theif CJ.KTER MEDICIM! CO.. New Yerk. tcha I" Out home, c uses. Every J ear there Ii moro ' Kentucky's Haute Arsenic as a servo toaio stands next in as if drunk. Three shots brought him tho river, where it will continue to bum. friendliness In the air. value to zinc Dose, five drops of Fow- to his knees. But up he rose, faced Tbrso tanks contain M.000,000 gallons. So it seems that the truo Christmas, ler's solution three times a day, after round, as if to chargo, changed hk Other tanks in tho vicinity, and having like tho Kingdom of Heaven, of which, Washirtfltin, mind, and ran into the bush. Tho hun- trater communication, hold 60,000,000 indeed, It Is a part, is within us It Is meals. act-ix- o tho hour of charitable tbougnt and Tbsoalr 11. rntiDUS Galvanism k sometimes valuable, but ters, following, found him lying on hk gallons more. If tho lire service It Is our season of virion, by no means a specific. Tho oonstant side, and quite dead. Tho wonderful and it is likely to lice jin w a uhen etoi are anointed to see how PULLMAN XW SLEEIIN OiXB current should always be used, being vitality of the animal k shown in tho sheet of flame will cover the East rivr bc.ivtiful a thing U Happlncs, and bow to ca?fal,te avoid, toe. great intensity, lest fact that ho had lived Bcvcral hours ilong tho front of the twocilus. One east it U an beitow it. To most of us, indeed, underpin? sadnesi uimt with thirteen bullets in hk body, and )il lamp among tlio straws of a Chicago amaurosis be produced. TrJEOaCAT deepen a little by contrast with the exrsosi ''"g three or four miles, and itablo destroyed that city. Fifty, or ternal oy We think of those )ait In headache due to determination of niter Line IataTlllcClMclBHatl and Itvx. our)outh, each cf whldi blood to the head", and in fever, tho fol- bleeding irofusely, had retained hk litt possibly 100,000,000 gallons of burning t hrlstma-es-o- f IssctaH, Ky., until threw more shots killed him. )il floating under the piers and arouud In turn wastohae seen 111 great, or lowing simple treatment k to be comrich, or famous, or noble, or happy, mended : Fat a handful of salt into a uid among tho shipping of New York w.th tho fulblUacnt of romo lies' re TUB ODOR Of SJ.KCTITT. drill cause a destruction unparalleled ip a hli'Iuwas aeter.to be ftlst.ctl.' W 7 quart of "water, and an ounee of spirits Tho pious "monks of old" imagined .he hktory of tho world. of hartshorn and half an ounce of spirits In caso of it tlilnLTif thu iri'u3isviioo-grretiugva- .i CoBSMtlss la urn irttii tut "tniat tor holiness was often proportioned to ire a slight easterly breeae would, noon' tho best ofChaaatyas to us, nml laise of camphor. Cork the bottle tightly to that olroi womilT no UJBrc. hear,niling ISTpTrV preveat the escape of the spirit. Soak a saint's filthiness. St. Ignatius, they )ecomo a' strong easterly gale, bioyiug thtf chUdrfti'sMVraja; wo Vng, say, delighted to appear abroad with old, breath that will leave noltono stfud' Jur tlwxli Uf uliowasdtgrov a piece of soft cloth with the mixture The Street Soate teLjaehlnirgr, Daa-vlUshoes. He never used a comb, ngrupon another from river to river. V unWjndrfccnwto cdmeIlut thesj and apply it to the head ; wet the rag dirty Varfslk, ambitions, lores, aro not but allowed hk hair to clot, and hi)lratws w Hi.iWtngt fresh as soon as it get heated. : ni M Sm UaVrriM abstained from paring hk nails? "A'xew process for the presjcrvation of lfCAIt."Vt0tSM not try to forji t, but rlvu Soaking the feet in very warm witer, hr shBrjest ako quickest mute AU Virginia aad Xerta .Oaretiaa One saint attained to such piety as to brage crops fntlwh green state k bo- them ajl a plawi at our we simv" in which a spoonful of mustard has been ri li!jwyj"ich. In. what r ther iso Locunaua to th fe4ata.v 300 patches on hk brooches, ng, tested at SoffiSd, Ct Intoa Cuttur have nearly WW wruBcv'Wo navo losur-z- u stirred, is ako beaeflaial in drawing the For tkktt. .4 fcutbrr IstonuHM, srfir u ct IL which, after hk death, were hung up m vhich goes iby staara, are ruu haSa P bleed from the head. jaroMt tlta,Mis44ft. ', vv public as an incentive to imitation. St. lozenom-stalk- a at a time, whilj5are Two spoonfuls pf powdered charcoal, jP Knjiaod.ChrWtilas k ataaeA ). xBNar. sa V Francis discovered by certain experience but into vet; small pieees. Afterward 'wl!jfqL.. UU. KMUn SHU, PWJIIN CuS KsbiTta, aVabiV. ' m weU stirred in half a glass of water and d mestlcaad' inrjialln o w riniBf bssHi tUU,Ky. LinftsVxT, HniHain, AttiU,tssb, that the devils were frightened away hv hey faH iajft slida which, takes them Baar1' Is oluemd byuaHoaa a dratak at once, ka valuable remedy in sick 4 KtwtHHsM. Mobll. kind of breeches, but wise anima- oa vault fMtaauraw twentv-si- x feet all n.p aniTranksy t, aofjw?AVt. h'eadaehe from sour stomach, flatulence, such a i ESTRtUTETOFLIimJA ted by clean clothing to tempi atfd se Lnd teadeep, whffh has jUckeaccrete A vk it TmCAKJCR nrwK!itxixi&r.u A etc. Dotton Journal of ChamiXry. IqSTlK On WMhtbbJI. ,m duce the wearers: mndoaa ofgiheir kV raus, and k capauld of holding ajUy- m ,' r HKi. SHtHIT LINE T ThE roes declares, that the ptSjast soak . IraJons of thk feed. kWhen tho Alt about atovRxrxa. At WaitasKster 4bbcy IsatjplIopiu'i rasa Lobills Is rUt Csw tlbt bsit. in the dirtiest boclfea i" Speaking about the custom of wearing Mliod aaWoselaJiwckel ttewn, trarty paWlh eastossajy feoaf 3s. M. far ad- -, c tha Sicklac hen Brcther;Jun1per was a gentleman per- onsftt "siono k placed on io nwurnlag coHeeraiag which there are It k on, Tbe oooneaj'T lufowe-- i ypn. I this rod win many conflicting opinions a writer says: fectly pious oa this principle jindeed, Jaiedyaat'tbeJoiKfsr will keep green juni-fl- , m " tbla ta " Why mourning should be worn at all, no great was'hk merit in this species of uid retain its weetneas as long as it k "BJlB "xag BHHiTiuwvriexnwe.l , HJl(tiu Of UF, OnwMKf fef ,41m. .IVtttSS SlaBiBeraMRABliEaouTK to Uaeevtftr nu salt ATKOfitjS.P. iT-Asir." except at a funeral, I do not understand. mortification, that a brother 'declared tepteoVeredf thus maiii$ it oae of the the frieaJ, n- -j Ujuir-an- t r of A near and dear relative dies. One may, that ho eould always nose Brother Juni' est as weU of the ohea peal Muds of feed thmi sfmpircity. m aBBB2JBBBfr I M iBfajmiiiaal In t II deeply regret the loss, but, as it k irre- por nhen within a mile of iho monas- ibtaiaablo for came the yfar rouud. It meoa?mast I'1aft) off BtfJcoAV ill ispraseaUtlrs Kawiaat-- of Heath mnm, lm' m7WrMTWtttmtittWt lit parable, it is the part of wisdom, which tery, provided the wind was at the due a not iateided, howovertliat thLfeed. " Year coat raptsiidad tbo ntaif, ' i -- THST WEEKLY I ajb " 1HM4H XaMM, TaKM, seeks to make the beat of everything, to loint. Many .stories are told of lions hall be sold, and ifidftxj.it could not1' , bye; "no, iadeed ; I mean your h ' endeavor to forget It as soon as possible. and other fierce beasts of prey rushing is after twenty-fou- r hours' cxposuhi TbiMMa.XMbalud WmL "'And what sboaldltaso 03 m ut Ta rooBt. bwh s uip ib sajr AtrMttoa, ur IbhmoH Why, then, wear for a lengthy state a upon such holy men in the desert, but would set la, which, of court , for?" haigfiiravL "ileotuj yuu t win s. bwimttm or pvMHHBg rmtr ttokt. tit K. C. Mil XtBolBBBIi. m their career and would ruia k. 1 earTbe iakuu out ouly ia lllaumutCu;KU.i garb that brings back its recollections ? BiuMeu'y church, ir,'!).anaworl tt4 fUt N.w Dr CewbBt, bb4 Blliwlf MTBtob-ith every sign of fearasd 1 little at a time osjt k needad fur u -ia;1 ,t AK OF A person who k ruined might., with rleciny nin KwHslSf Cbslr Cf torn tb. bosmIoJ keener. ree a churoL Ii- iu, iv I otftlpBiMUortfctsOM atsbM.HMnbriMblM i may well be credited, the 3qual Bense, walk aooul for several to:rj a wtr orr Iblj Ha. obb ot tasurtoa omfeft 4 joined the Qoakar; pet hap thou iu.- - in I ploutiro. Try It, "o.l. ruf H.uictity" being too much for Thk court compekjf iakter Chrutuucy empty,, oask-bo- x uywths,witk, a affixed eat the house whrr tho church a in , TIME TABLE. IM BrraCTKOVEMBBR II. ISM tlu olfactory nerves of a " I" to paylua wifa $150a saehth iteu'li-- i tojlua back."' i blest Isuppisa thou siaaiuv t'a-Tin. htnla Is bsImU. itoww tbsa Uats ;he result of tho diorefnit bHHtfctt llTtO. LACK OV AIR. k the people, and uitha,ba Uii g. Since 1821, it U calculated in some -- A. Exivr Or HO.X. chufcrfi" Thn i la a o i Some workmen think th&msolves Bona. Ve.4. Xo.!. lately published and carefully propjrud Ta&"u one couaiJeratuiii with wi ooastitute a' "tired" when they are ealy.pokoned. other, thu Britkh farmerWlot hs no new to tbe man, but ha u rely r i it MDrsOfOLIES. OLIGARCHISM Li. Q.Tls(toa. TUsaa 14) B m that at least 3,00)1) statistics ' Fsluoulb. i9s I II p ! itav They labor in factories, breathe air with-o- lieeit a happy one ia thesola year. ed, " You mutt tike off v our hut r emigrated, Autd CjBtklSBB. HWia IIIPB wM Art. Psrto u IM BB oxygon, aad live in aa atmosphere 3,000,000 have gouo to theUuited States. ' year matters will aea bo nita-l- i But the Friena aga'a IiFpiirivl, Tl THK BPIHIT fo SUBSIDY 1 AlUJto-zWS?,! Between 1821 and 1830, buth lucludve, of deatli. They are, too often, allowed mended. IIU lvy has rfofii injured In for J on account of tu ose uujg - ? 1 n i AitiUJIt4 Is Pwtt Li. IMHmbuK.. the total Bomber of emigrant was only to smoke, and thus add fuel to the flame tho heavy raiui aad consequent 8uods, kaoweat Scriplure couiuiuiiil'u 1.0 . i n p v. L " a They knock hk wheat is light and dkeolored, hk worship graven imagya." Tlu pu-1831 and 110, the mini-be- r which is eoasumiag them. 8,000 ; between (MrsrL " and listless, when they Arr. MitmIIU in saying that ao ier.7U tyu reached 177,000; beteeu lSUaad off ork " tired cuttlo have in somo instances been clsV.i Lt. WWbU- r- II J rVH.n.. THB now it alldwed to paw thrqpgli'lif-- i 180, 486,000 ; between 1851 and 1800, are merely .weakened by foul air, asd d JaobBWB4MMM ., Loadi " IM.a mPmmITph 1,180,000 ; and between 1881 ami 1870, made dull aad heavy by aa atmosphere WXXKLY OOUKIIK-JOUXVA- L k roportod that hk lambs axe suffering without uncoverug hi w liHUlH. t II BBlJ ii lun An. StaiWfl Jawt iULSax: From 1870 to J872, ruehiiv charged with disease. They keep the fioin scour aad hoof-ro970,000. dUajv friead," rejoined Isaao, Such a (nsl kaltr sI roltttcsl eoascieutioHs seraph's on tho, subea,1 Hw soisNBtrkf wiadow shut aad dose the door oa pointmonto are eaougb I Ka. it. t ao.j. t.s. again of both years 27f,60Q emigraufe 5m. Bfr ta astrw vmm. it itiuvt evia, to shake Lx, SMstonlJuBS MANY TIMS HtSsialMMpm left Germany, but ia the seven yean health, while they lift the gratings of the Bternest iHirpose aad to aataglooai ao give mo dsck ray moauy, uuu i iR8E wpa go out." The reverential haU.ts ul i.i Tbsa ssr po)HUl sswiatas la Us Hmth, ss4 to which fallowed,, froaT 1873 tol871) th the tomb by breatkiag and rebreathisg over the most sturdy Britkh yeoman. "1Tb it imiuii9 MpM M M pat 1UJ f but faw 1b tbs IJBltsa Stiles, It WhMbMltBT. doorkeeper were not strong enough U 1 St p IHim nhote uamber only amewtted to 3W, the pokoa from their own lungs, aad . tb tsott ooaifltU wastry lA K. HfH. UlM rk IHlB Taa importatioa thk year of heavy eompel hka to that s4criUoe, ajd u (itiuT WsUmoe, the floating partktes of matter about 000. sr slvsi LtBp MattttU. UTTi t ..ITS from Europe to walked away without aayiag aujt.iujfc Ibt. tlrSBf ss4 bf If bU OwlUl. 7 U s ml 1 M m Opea the windows, let k the draught brtedwg-boTsethem. bLm All A a I WwBbaWJ vic- sunshine aad the breeze, atop smoking, largo, more oa the subject. BaraciAL featukbd 4M the Uukcd States k aoticeably Tim Treasury Department k the t w a b a as ml Am Ttkafsabk stol front sit tbs I Mat M4sW Atr. rsrto tim of numerous practical okes. Sev- aad you will sooa Had that it k the and bid fair to eseeed that of 1S70, Bukln' Arum Vr .. ...-- : U tbs gy UB BUlts nb4 Kofsps. Borisl sal abort T Btsrut, TWH s mwiiw'ill eral wicked persona have i ece'itly seal poison ot eoaftaemeat, aad sot labor, wliea altout 300 atiimsk were brongbt Tks snttMt aUesI woMr orwiwns "W aVouklralsUrfrstto. MhM afwU, ra- TSS.BI Seevetary HbewaaH nmorseful lot'ew. that wearies aad fee. JUmtrHtl Ilwr-ai- d over. Thaw horses are chkay ot tho rasM to uiUj euw at INbb SSS TaClSaaVWT m t bib m! s N m lalu. Norman and Clydesdale breetls, ami em. Bstllaicua, Ftftr confessing to Jiavo robbed tho Govern and Star. tr. 0TtotB-.l- ll is r CbUUslM. Chu. TtttWi Cbsrfl fctaaat sbH uuaVTltBut It. tvhea crossed wkh Urge aatiAi mares Alnnllluu. uunllHJ to CUM tatTWT M- '.. ft Lt. U. . A s b. Am meat, ad Ueloaiag drafts ranging fro i aVQCMIPTI9X TMHXSt a. ft Lt. Uc I as o m. Aw.mZvJKi XZ re HIS tkabk. tor V6 $1,090, with a "pfeaae credit h ktbht wot disagreeable to be hv lrottuee the fcumlsome oail powerful stsau, or moDj rsfuafed, "JL peM cum Me-- Priif. tit s rcsn niiMtr s jrn wkir, S VT' !at. Arr. loa. as a s It mast be very box. Tot nit by Fsasr d Uu4r ASUr sm teaatsso Itiglily vahw.1 tor heavy thought iHM. tit !.: Mm 4w. obs jok, go. Lt. ftT.ri9b -! Mr m.Ph7W J proceed to tfao coeiece faad." Upoi IA off aalMaol Sfa bss linn M4 IU tk ihpB, Am. Aw. Us 7 irnti-- g the dfafta for coUeetioa tbeii vited to ittaaer parties beoaase yea have purposes ia large cUka. (to rMM (SB, SbWUBtlWll tbs wt. U khuto go. LT.rtaMSasis,A.f.7liB S4 w Jfmmt tlsb rstotl.l HlbKlWIo akaaek of talWag good stories. Oa Krr 6Vr Vf begm aiiaraeter kas beeti dkooverei. rtortr mbwilFttsM. YhHr wb.wl.si oolr If jou us suiFts( vita few asi dfw4 Lm UuuluJ it Uuimu. Oot Umm tor Im day DasMs, who had titk kaaek Xaa ntaeas said that the laaadry sm tl tot tkM awaib; It saU dsbiutr. tw a developed, goosated the sail ter ' Twaiaea feed akaalfaaeoaily at east very maeh wiieJ, eeBsred the piria, avyMfol Xatf Vt aawla.1 , wNk eMaauuos, Iim4m, or 187 tor tu BMaUts; s cbm m wreo iimi. iiiwItiWU WssUar (VwiorsAwiulhMBt awl tsti a atery as aa iasaM. "WkWaskedtoraa bay aad gave hka a eaff, heeaaae b atMMU), WHoih astuf, r H nau ftowii fat a Wt Lake Giber tor ststftssttoa ob iwnto,' fs In of aaght hka ia the a4 af ateekiag hka-sel- f MM of Wsetris MHm. Yea wtH U sutpclMd LlWtl Mh Bmlnlnn sWwtJ bttflets eame k4o eettkion. Tbeeeek aaeedote ka poteted saritty te a military V W.HeWHtoBA,aySfr to t tbt rIJ turroTsaiwt that IH lUow jou wkh the eeataak af the drawers. of tbk, for ee balle ettserwbo sat aaxt ham, aad said: i deU be with u Xj. wlUU lt; rtsstaIIIsal PntbtsBt CHtocJwsl On., Lwfe-U8 to hk tsade, madam; let dtasiped to Mm floor mil way betweei "Sferyeae eew, will ttttniHWtslBhMr TaaCaarhas aueoeeded ia t4 tlie aiiisfoiiisVi, wUo were tea feet apart the geaMemaa who sJtTiavai me briag a ru IH rles ta.MMlwMMra-of- Daawrrtta aai Ik a TarUf fcc lavtMM . W, X. a UUU by As,. w tM lng absolute awaarchy. But he k afraid k tOsoltlo Hum. aU at M towa Aw k, eauaoa aad I ami tfce oUr was turaed upward ,. --MaaaSSIMaSa assaaBaaaaaj aaw aiy, a Mcswwr, 4 b; ecaM (Hit aad m how U U gutaaff aloag. gfUw wyie Mk w iaMetwd. yac of aiy 1U4W ijeijaj," "' 4 IffltlM MM MWIf ftMl A oMnW Ott 0(011 HHMN CMC IM MMTT sM ft CMMIVfOlM All Treat well la oar Vadgtt that cm teg, aatfl H was aaaoaaoed, "Wowillno DMn M MM, bK" take ae the anter of MSftaMted W H SP0M MM mv Jvmma tr atrve ilf VRlevtMi a n " a8 'J - wm0 smivs Ts sroen, tootiM Ckrl tmas teeef rV pn, Ml. In w Cw apriwy Mw b'eowlmr (;an mm te f tas Cavtstiaas tfe JOB FMMIt VI sTWOPWT, m, C tVWgjiy rr. alafi, bi per-tat- wlww fiMura asrreW softlr slcrm WWW 9f MVtfA laVI MtM IVftOa r DarnsT JMSMMS ltcfpn wrtii twtwf .. SSM r. sOeW-aaaWCfNt VWfMlWP M. f mtMlf M TucrnlturXS. 2W.T"??!'" (NftlaVf MaMavl KWTJwB.rHfwiai'wiiml.. J. M. ftsvea, fwsr, JUmsIm maifan tn till A. M. btBaSt ,Tf' Mr4 k.t llM Sf r'atBllSM'sr ablblUil la MoBBirS, ms , 1 rvSfll SWS4SVS. airrlin nrfvw jr7 ma WiJijxUr Jtw SMffSWSiCJSM Mar- - VMlHiikrM B 3hh1! m-wie- ar -- iu fr'4: rlch-fniit- OPIRA HOUI1, WIAJUdr. Chrlit-mMtres- a, Earporfi ..Weekly. -- TJow-mac- y 1 sl r -- atoam-cBgia- liyi CURE Ifrf-Ce1)1- emm rii trt J''"' ",' !. ono-eigh- th 1 dkap-pointe- SICK tlM-- Srf KKiTi jtt ) Bis-mo- th HEAD ACHE J ' rwt-OS- school-childre- pkos-pbor- io alms-house- ose-tent- hard-worke- last PhilapWt.Y. ThroMliTrunk A SOIJrrTRAIN washhtotox. city. ir TaTorlaL, .&&Mx&A&Sr Tla.t-tcrab- rv ' a, relgi-ious- ly r, ha. 5t- 'wr -- l1 SOOTH & WEST " , mtjk, mm "t "- MtT EMIGMT. ' wita-aisatail- ht 'l - srtAJ". I ATI! huv r ' ' Gourieiv Joiiniial dr Ja tt ol lion-wod- e ' Lire Isa'uf living Idas t" MOEAL FOEOBS. Oar-mas- s' at IHB (sr Thit TliioYing Tariff ihH- bjTpleuro-pHeumouk,'aa- t. ''I .... rs ' h E4tr-lB-Cbl- r) a ft ffiS wi J jt. Jr -- or S5E ii ISb.L. Timtt, STS& !H -I-,- t A 11 lis ( bar-roo- ini krrftiii atf f ada lilrl bstrt ', u, ft ReJJisitfBB itf tu CTrt y ftlfh'ml UtKMll'jluUU