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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884032101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 $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. Jleiti 'IBeekht tiiefio VOLUME X.-NUM- nmfmai NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER BER 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1884. 234 UNUSUAL ATTRACTIONS -- -- ( jfiLT- Ji W. II HE I II Of the newest styles and cuts. AYDEN CLOTHING JUST RECEIVED ! Come and pee and try. men! of We guarantee a fit to tho slimmest, tho thickest, the shortest and longest. Also Hats, Shoes, &c in fact we can furnish a full outfit for the moat faittdiouj. My assort- - FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS Covers the Entire Range of Leading Staples JSTETW" French Cashmeres in IF'-AuHSrCIIES & IIIKIS Comprising nil of the Newest Ideas in Fabrics and Combination in Colors. high noveltiesi Crashes, Towels, Ticking ED UCA TIOXAL HUMOR. Omce, & teacher was explaining to a littlo girl tho mooning of tho word cuti- ! all colors, Silks in all colors, Cut Cashmeres, White Goods in all the New Novelties, India Linens, Persian Lawns, Swiss Plaids, Qui Is, Muslin, Underwear for Ladies and Gentlemen, Nottingham, Lace Sets Pillow Shams, New Spring Shawls, XOTIOX8, IIANIMvKIU IN AI.I. NTYIJBS, LADIES IlUilBEIl CIKCULARS, KICK ItACK, PINS, BUTTONS, HOSIERY, SILK LILE AND COTTON. UMAX XTAHTK. CtlIU)llKX. Jtint at an ago when n man begins tc get hininolf well in hand, to grow brooder in his viowa, iwwUt in his tempvr, tc lotto tho acridity, tho pasitivonesa, the inability of youth to gonoralizo tho oxporionoo lio Ium gained to Ik fit, in a word, to accomplish tho worl ho had planned to do in tho world he logins, if ho Li a father, to not himsoll wholly on ono nido for tho iiako of tin futuro little won utid nouon ulxxit hit tnblo. His great picture is never paint-ol- , his epic is novor written, tho Iwst MKX AXti TJIK1B d ....M.t.l ITOHK A XI) 11 work of which ho is cnpnhlo is nevoi to come to town with her for tho havinRher teeth extracted. Pretty soon ofter they had taken their seats on tho cir the farmer walked into the flmoUtnc car telling hi wife he would retain directly. Durine the absence of hor husband the conductor came leUurely car, ticket punch in hand and the lady reached out for her tick-e- t, whereupen the victim of toothache open- edher mouth and caught him,aying, "You . needn't mind giving me chloroform doc-.;.i mill them out. I'll try and stand it and when my husband comes back he News. will oeltle with you."-Il,- aria pur-pwiIn-lit- " Can nobody," asks the London Spectator, "suggest a stulTbitof work for English capitalists to do? They aro standing idlo in heaps, mid they do not like it nt all. According to tho Statist, a sum of money estimnted at '.200,000,000, or Hay nenrly three years' revenue, is lying waiting for tho profitable investment which it is so difllcult to find, and, although ' that figure may bo au exaggeration wo see no reason A farmer, living near llanlun Ftatlon for thinking so it is certniu that tltu on the Kentucky Central, whose wife was. total sum availably for new forms of enBuffering intenely from toothache, decid-c- terprise must bo very largo." ' done; ho gives himself up to in nrdor to bring up another man, win, perhaps may bo iuforior to himself. This U tho work which has been going on ninro tho lKginning of tho world. Wo mako much of tho jHilicnu who roba her liroont of a fow drops of blood for her young, but tho groat rule of humanity has been that ono generation of middle-agepeoploHucritleedthoirohancoH, their hoion, their work for tho world, for thoir children. Tho groat oak crumbles lUid dies that tho ground may bo richer for tho sapling. It is n just sequence. But it may bo carried too fur, mid it Li earned further in America than in any other country. Fathers and mothers have n right of development which thoy themselves nro bound to reiocU A man will be tho better able to elevate liiu children if ho HtopthU daily suicidal grind long enough to consider that ho ulso Ls a human being, whoso character and work in tho world will probably bo quite as holpful as tho.boy'a for whom he is sacrificing all his time and opportunities. Ono in sometimes tempted to wonder whether in tho lives to come thero will not bo somo plnco whero tho ambitions and hopes and thwarted possimay haro tho bilities of tho raidtllo-ngochances which hero, iltly enough, nro reserved for tho young. New York' Triltir. po'.-boil- er d Work means waste, equally to a hu-mImhIy ami a locomotive engine. "More work, more waste," is a motto nliko true of tho mechanic's apparatus and of the mechanics himself. Not an action, we rejeat, is performed by us which is not accompanied by on expenditure of forco derived from and accompanied by a promotional vriuste of substance. The movements of muscles, tho Wating of tho hoart, tho winking of an eyelid, tho thinking a thought, entail wear and tear upon tho muscles that work and tho brain-cell- s that think. Every action necessitates lnnlily was to and corrosjwnding physical repair. Waste, however, cannot of necessity bo a single and final process in a living lxxly unless, indeed, wo wero born with a full complement of matter, and wero iermitted in tho order of nature to live ou tho principals with which wo had Ikcii provided, instead of wisely using that principal as a means of gaining a livelihood through the interest it acquired. That we are not so constituted is an evident fact, henco our ltodioK demand pretty constant repair as a companion action to that of work, labor and duty. This process of repair consists in the reception of matter from tho outer world, in the transformation of this matter into ourselves, and in its utilization in tho work and repair of tho frame. Such matter wo shortly name food, and tho processes whoreby it is converted into our own bodily substance mo term digestion. Chambers' Journal. d t THK 1.1MK-KILCLUIt. "A leotlo money will buy wood an' t taters an' bacon an shoes an' cloze," said tho old man as tho meeting opened. "Lota of money will buy silks an" satins an' jowolry an' whito bosses. Do man wiJ a lectio money seems to beliovo dat de man wid lots of it am takin' all do comfort. I used to hab dat ideah, but Izo got olcr it. It am my solum belief dat de man who sota down befo' his own fire, wid his wifo ou do right and his chil'on on do lof t,Jau' do ol' cat an' a pan full o' apples in do middle, am in a posi-shu- n to take jUt as much comfort as ii ho lived in a house wid golden stairs. Tako do world frew an' you'll fin' dat do humblost homes am do happiest. De man who has steady work, a savin' wife, an' healthy children wouldn't lo n bit happier if ho was to druw 850,000 in a lottery. If ho doan' tako comfort it's his own fault. It's her own fault if his wife isn't happy. Sometimes my olo woman gits do blues tin' blows uroun' kaso she sees odder folks ride out in deir keeridgos uu' dress up in deir satins, but I build up n good the, git out de apples, cider, an' pop-cor. draw up do big rockin'-chee- r au' she can't stau' it mouh dan ten miuuits. Do blues begin to fiy away, and she pats do bald spot on my head and says: ' We has a cabin of our own, plenty to eat, a lectio money in de batik, itn" I 'speet wo kin sot down an' tako as solid comfort as if you war Guv'-ne- r mi' I had ton silk drosses.' He who mnkes do most of what he's got am fit-tihisself to enjoy better. No situa-shu- n but whnt could bo made worse. Ebery dollar made by honest work ought to bring $2 worf of solid comfort. Wid dose few remarks, called forth by overhcarin' Samuol Shin growlin' arouu' bokaso ho couldn't have mashed 'tatera at overy meal, wo will now oradicato de X u' cle. usual order of business." Free J'rcn. The hour wna twilight and a.i tho lustre of the stars grew brighter in the gathering darkness he passed his lips to the forehead of the beautiful woman who stood d beside him and said tenderly: "When will you consent to name the day of our union, darling to let the wings of my IIaiuiy Josephs, who died lately in imagination rest?' And she answered Boston, was a comical comedian on tho nestling her cheek against his shoulder: stago, but when about to die from a "When you have had vour life infuieJ, midden attack of heart disease he tragi- dearest, and made me a present of the polcally cried: "Pray for mo. Oh, God, icy." firooklyn Eagle. receive my spirit I" Mr. Josephs was a The Brooklyn bridge has been open to half brother of tho ltov. Dr. Lotimer, the public f;r eight months, and estimates of Chicago, mid a brother of Fanny of its running expenses and receipts for a the famous Loudon nctrcss. year, based upon thi experience, are that Henry Watterson atys the talk about the the expenses will be $280,000 and the releaving a profit of $211,000, old ticket is the sheerest nonsense, and he ceipts $521,000 with which to help pay Interest amounting generally knows what he ia talking about ton million dollars on the bands Issued for when Tildcn ia concerned. its cocs'ructhu. live it Containing all the news, correct mnrWt reports, well selected mlicelUur, brilliant ilorlrs la lived 1,000 years, and was good for 1,000 fitt, the fTor!te Weekly I'aper of the Cen"Sam," Bnid a young mother, "do ',3i 10,000 more. Four feet from the tral United Suits. difference is between ground this treo girts nineteen feet ten you know what the Publuhkd Hv Tiik tho body and tho soul? Tho soul, my inches, tho spread of its branches being child, is what you love with ; tho body 111 and 122 feet. It is round topped Cincinnati News Publishing Co carries you about. This is your body uul perfectly symmetrical. At tbc following (touching the boy's shouldors nnd arms), but there is something deeper in. You Plants, like animnls, differ much in Loir IlutcH of StibHcrlptleH : can feel it now. What is it?" "Oh, their habit, and tho different sorts of The Weekly News, wlthnneof Dore'a Celebrated Workj, ye3, 1 know," said he, with a flash of in- food on which they subsist The broad-leave- d telligence in. his oye, " that is my flanclovers, turnips and mangels ab- ''Ohriat Leaving the Prsotorium," "Christ Entering Jerusalem." nel shirt." flames' Educational stract from the air a largo portion of Monthly. growth, while tho narrow-leave- d tDgrarlugs ol Dore'i famed historical their Tlirse by the perfect r grains aud grosses partnko more largely painting areArt Wit aud mostUoiupanr, prints eta and the Foreign I purchased a original plates for leu than f 10 not Tnere is a doctor in this town win is too of mineral food, which thoy druv from each lu Europe. Tboy aro in slie 23x3 luohes, parsimonious to enjoy good health. He the soil. This faut will explain tuo gieut and are dlrtci copies, preserrlng eiery line and the eats about one sfpjare meal a day, and tries advantage of rotation of crops. English Forty Dollar Engrarlngs! to make himself believe be gets two ino;e, Says Andrews' American Queen; These pictures are tul table to adorn the putor but he don't, for breakfsst and supper are merely a sham. Not contented with starv- "Those who think that, in order to dress of any gentloaun. Asa ing himself and family, he has just hit on well, it is necessary to dress extravaPIIEMIDM SUPPLUJIENTZ a newecherae to starve his own horse and gantly or grandly, mako a great mis- A single copy, W 40 three months 60 yet make the poor animal think it is his take. Nothing so well becomes true A single copy, als luonths . 1 00 A single copy, one yrar feminino beauty as simplicity. How A club of ten copies to one own fault that he don't get fatter. 1 year... 9 00 1 e yir..lT 00 In the back part of the manger, where many ambitious women, in pocietj oi A club of 20 copies to one And larger clubs at 85 cents iercopy per annum. the corn is put, he has set a square piece of out of it, would escape the shafts of ridj. Postnusteri arid other agenti will bo allowed 15 looking-Rlas- , which he keeps highly polishculo if thoy had sense enough to undo? per cent, on full rate (not club) subscribers. The premium engrarlngs will be milled about ed He puts In shout four ears of corn stand this! to the subscribers entitled the first of each torecelre them. and of course the pior hi ne sees the reflecThe Best Way. The agricultura As a premium offer It Is confidently claimed that was ncrer before made and would not b tion and braces himielf for a good tquare editor of the Stanford Journal says the Its posllle In tbls case except for the method adoptmeal, fondly Imagining that he is getting best way to prevent moles from taking corn ed by the Fortltn Art Keproduclng Company to to advertise Us works. eight. As he eats the corn cfi the coos, after it has been planted is to "kill 'em." ot;the opportunity by Do loiUII yourarall yourself send lug name and ad the Gctitioua ears also disappear, and eight Thisrcmalnds us of similar advice given dress, with One Holfsr Inclosxl, to THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY NE1VB. cobs appear to his astonished eyes. He Ed Chamberlain, the poor fellow who comthen wonders how he can have gotten mitted suicide in New Orleans last week, THE IMJCKIOIt JOUHNAft away with eight ears and yet feel r.o more several years ago when he was a merchant STEABI JOB OFFICE weight in his stomach. This conundrum, in Midway. A New York sharper adver-te- d light feed, Is wearing the poor added to the that for fifty cents he would iell any Dosb ST iry'Kiml or Printing animal away so fast that if the doctor body the beat wayto catch rats. Ed sent lty prices. don't make a chance ere lone, he will pn his half dollar and indue time received around killing his patients on foot. a slip containing the following: "Catch W. P. WAIsTO.V, PIIOP.. Evansville Argus. cm by the tall." Richmond Herald. replied. pMt-otllpost-ottkiut-nl- and hands ?" " Frocklea," answered tho littlo cherub. A SMAiiti child, being asked by a teacher, "What did tho Israelites do after they crossed tho Red sea?" answered, "I don't know, ma'am, but I guess they dried themselves." A MiMSTEn, in ono of his visits, met a boy, and asked him what o'clock it was. "About 12, sir," was tho reply. " Well," remarked tho minister, "I thought it was more." "It's nover any moro hero," said tho boy ; " it just begins at 1 again." TmtEn littlo boys, on a Sabbath day, were stopped ou the street by an elderly gentlemen who, perceiving that thoy had bats and balls with them, asked ono Near Charleston, S. 0., twenty miles of tho number this question : "Boy, can up the Ashley river, and just in front of you toll mo where all naughty boys go Drayton Hall, stauds ouo of tho finest to who play ball on Suuduy?" "Over trees on tho coutiueutof America. It is back of Johnson's dam," tho youngster x oak, aud looks as though had ol "What is that. all overmyfooo Of a clergyman in Massachusetts whoso pugilistic propensities caused him to bo called behind his back " the fighting parson," it is told that ono of his parishioners asked him to preach from Matthew t, 20 " Whosoever shall smite thee on thy right check, turn to him the other also." Certainly he would, And there was a the next Sunday. great crowd to hear how ouo of his temperament would treat such a subject After giving out the text, ho said tho meaning was very cloar and tho doctrino very satisfactory. " If amon smitotheo on thy right cheek, it may been a mistako ; it may have been in sudden passion and repented nt once You should bear it, and turn to him tho other cheek in order to learn what the intention is. But if ho suiito you again, let him havo it I for thoro is no scripture against that." tiik i'ausuxks AoriCB. THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY Metropolitan NEWS, Journal, A JVATIOXAL Full ofEnterPrlM. PEOPLE. Eight Pages 64 Columns, tlo-ta-llof at A JtKA V MtVMMRLL. ! WISE WORDS. Brum-mel- l, VOX VXCTIOXS. Stanford, Ky., March 21, 1884 W. P. WALTON. HE ALT Jr NOTES. ICIk and blood nro nearer aliko than taj other two fluids ; ft largo proportiona at much, is wntcr. After milk, and vegetables aro tbo beat diot, Mid, in warm climates, frnit; then meats. Sugar and fat go into tho body, cat so much to nourish it as to bo a fuel lo giro it warmth. Meat contains much nikogenous matter, and, if wo eat too aach of it, tliero will bo, as I have already said, moro than tho kidnoys can throw off. It is ft question whether Blight's disease is not, to somo extent, atkibutablo to tbo undue quantity of meat that is eaten in this country. Tho blood should bo made of material suited lo tho occupation. Men working in tho woods can throw off anything. "Cleanliness has been classed as akin to godliness. It certainly tikes high rank in equalizing tho circulation. Tho jockeys appreciate its importance. How regularly and carefully they groom their horses I Is not man as precious as tho horso ? Every man should groom him-oevery morning sjrougo himself from head to foot with water tho temperature of tho room in which ho sleeps. Tho purpose of wetting tho Burfaco is merely to mako tho friction of a rough towel moro effoctivo as it is rubbed over tho person. You should not sleep in any garment that you wear by day, and the room in which you sleep should bo perfectly ventilated by n fireplace and a window if possible. 'If, after you havo observed tho rules of hygiene to tho extent that I havo indicated, you still havo cold feet and limbs and indigestion and a tendency to vertigo, plunge your feet in tho water as hot as you con bear it, and keep them there fivo minutes. Then put them into cold water for a second I don't care if it is Do as I havo pointed ont, and keep tho bowels open, and you may safely walk tho streets even in tho slash of a January thaw, and bid defiance to tho sudden crispness of atmosphere that freezes other men's feet." "Cool head, free bowels and warm feet," is tho old aphorism. If you suffer your feet to get cold you are in danger of apoplexy of tho brain or of the lungs. Cold feet aro very likely to bo associated with a sluggish state of tho bowels. The feet aro cold because, there is too much blood in one place and loo little in another. Cold feet follow tho breaking of an equilibrium of tho circulation. Sedentary occupations are provocative of cold feet. If you keep ' tho skin clean and tho bowels free, and tako modorate cxercisojou will maintain an equilibrium of the circulation, and tliis equalized circulation will keep tho feet warm. When tho feet aro cold it is better to warm them with exerciso tnan at a tire. Look at tho woodchop-peswinging his arms so that his hands lap his sides. Thus ho carries tho blood to his hands, and it warms them. That is tho best warmth for either tho hands, cr tho feet. - "Why should not men tako caro of themsehipB at all times not only in yellow-feve- r timo and in weather like that pf an;averagc January or February, but at all times ? There is a vast difference between tho longevity of inon who tako caro of themselves and of those, who do not. It is, as tho companies' tables show, as thirty-flvis to about seventy. Tho man who bows to all tho known laws of hygieno not only lives longer, but is ablo to enter into all tho joys of life without aches and pains that insulted nature imposes when hi rebellion. bread-stuffil partly-opene- d ice-col- d. Many interesting stories about tho famous bean, aro told in an articlo in All tho Year Hound : "Wo aro told that this eminent arbiter required two different artists to mako his gloves, ono being appointed to provido thumbs, tho other tho lingers and hand, on tho ground that a particular 'cut' was necessary for each. Tho valet carrying down tho load of crushed handkerchiefs, which tho beau hod not aucceeded in squeezing with his chin down iuto tho proper folds, and which wero carelessly described as 'our failures,1 is an old, n legend, but trustworthy. "When ho was consulted as to what incomo was necessary to dress Biiitnbly on, ho replied 'ho believed that with strict economy it might be done on JE800 a year.' It is said that be always went homo after tho opern, to chango his craLiko vat for tho succeeding parties. Count d'Orsny, tho later dandy, ho carried about with him an enormous chest, containing every appliance for the toilet, tho dishes, bottles, etc., being of silver. Tho uso of theso costly articles he justified on tho ground 'that il was impossible to spit in earthen waro.' Another of hia pleasant, insolent speeches was to a friend inviting his criticism or admiration of his new coat, ' My dear , do you call that thing a coat ?' "At Watier's Club, instituted about 1807, where gaming prevailed to an extravagant degree, ho reigned. Ho was s a particularly noted for his mania of tho time costly jeweled and boxes being enameled and displayed and given as presents. At this place he (Mr. Hikes says) was tho supremo dictator, tho perpetual President, laying down tho law in dress, in manners, and in those magnificent snuffboxes for which there was a rago ; he fomented tho excesses, ridiculed tho scruples, patronized the novices, and exercised paramount dominion over all. Ho had great success at Macao, winning in two or three years a large sum, which went no ono know how. I remeuaber him coming in ono night after tho opera to Watier's, and finding tho Macao table full, ono place at which was occupied by Tom Sheridan, who waa not in the habit of playing, but, having dined freely, had dropped into tho club, and was trying to catch tlie smiles of fortune by risking a few pounds which ho could ill afford to lows. Brummell proposed to him to give up his place and go shares in his deal ; 10 in counters nnd, adding to tho had before him 200 for him- which Tom r If, took tho cards. Ho dealt with hi astial success, and in lets than ten min utes won 1,000. Ho then stopped, mado a fair division, and, giving 750 to Sheridan, said to him : There, Tom, go home and give your wifo and brats a supper, and never play again.' " woll-wor- Tn mlBil, lmrreaalble mil eof t, with eata Imbtlica mil oeplee what nbe heare and eeea ; And through life'e labyrinth holde forth e)w That education ghc her, fata or true. Cetrpcr. J HON. A. G. TAIiIlOTT la a Cnndldatefor LA5CASTKU AIVl.KTINKMKTS. iul-Jr- I happy woman T Ye . The meature of taj hanplnrii Tale' bounty eaa so higher All. I aurely happy am I Tet atlll m My bromi hair ha no ellrer thread, My frtfh cheek ihowi iU nblto anil red Aa falreat In the eypi of men My lore hath chctco me. Dat then-He- alth, wealth are mine. Oreat mril ef pndM Makea bright the aunahlno of niy daja. In p!eaant path :ny feet arc art ; Friemla guard tn tenderly. And jet The roWna flutter to the hedge, The parron trek tho window If dg The eagle TttU upon tli" rilfT; My place U here. l)utlf-- bt If X to the action of tho democracy CongrtM In thtt district, HUltOEON T LANCA8TKII, ad-d- r. B. I WAIiTKH 1Z IN 'X' KV. X r- - 'Ji'. snuff-boxe- Phocd hearts and lofty mountains aro always barren, Tiurrs of character which you seek lo conceal you had better seek to reform. A NnvEii judgo by npioarnuces. seedy coat may cover a heart in full bloom. Tun gout may bo said to bo a beacon on tho rock of luxury to warn us against it. The sublimity of wisdom is to do those things living which aro desired to bo when dying. is no vanity for a man to prido himself on what ho has honestly gotnnd prudently uses. Let him wlioTcgnrds tho 1cb of timo make proper use of that which is to coino in tbo future. Ideas geiiernte ideas, liko a potato which, cut in pieces, reproduces itaelf in a multiplied form. To EsnuAVon to work upon tho vulgar with fine seiiH is like attempting to how blocks of marble with a razor. nArriNnss is like a sunbeam, which tho least shadow intercept, while adversity is of teu ua the rain of spring. "The book to bo read," says Dr. McCosh, "is not the one which thinks for you, but tho one which makes you Office orer Cltlien. National llmiL. Offlre faeura from 8 to U a. ii. and from 1 to o i u An eligible lecattnn. either In siaMnntor at the Junction fur r nnt-clH.Ot lll.Mi Ml 1.1. a Thcwe is I'tH'ls if JrjJl)iMM.nncitT. halng auch for ap would do well to s. x. uurdkit. l. r. inmate UUI1UI.K A HUIIDETT. A.M"X'01tNJiJ M wVT UiVW, and Millinery Business For Sale. Wlihlng to retire from the btilnri 1 eOVr fer ale my flock of M1I.L1NKUY nnd V'tturri, on Ttry leaeonalle termi t would a ao be pleated If tnoee who are Indebted to me will call ami fettle. MISS .11. N. LOti.tX, 22tt- -t Huitonrllte, Ky. i.ANOASTKH, KY v'l)l ptactlec In Onrrard and adlnlulrpt eenntlea tourt ol Arneala Offlee In the Koldneon block, y South Nlde I'uhllc fqnare. IJ-l- J watch the Yillago lor ra pan With loitering footatrpa on the gnae, And mind lue oner ah, yea) I knew The avivteat dnvun iniut fad ; and ao -- ENTERPRISE Grocery. IJuic.N(oa ICciiturlxy, Singer Sewing Machines. t .hall continue to kiwp on hand at mrthnpa el Mceer H.wtrg M.chlno and Hxtuiti, and ibo.e dialling theni will lra rail. 1 will alio mrlTe amuunta due tbetcinpany and receipt for the fame StnbiKr. A TnniLMNo It i think." r, o mako mo think," John William said, dropping upon tho sofa besido a pretty girl, on Sunday evening, "of a bank whereon wild thyme .grows." "Do I?" eho murmnred ; "it is so nice ; but that is pa's step in tho hall, and, unless you can drop out of tho front window beforo I ceaso speaking, you'll havo a littlo wild timo with him, my own, for ho loves yon not." But John William didn't quito understand, and now you can mako him grow wild timo and timo again by simply asking him what makes him go lame when ho walks. "Ton 'CHALK l'OVJt HAT." Tho cant nhrase. " Chalk your hat," vvliic.li 5s still current in many parts of tho Union, is said to have had its origin in a literal illustration oi Uio wonts. "Admiral" Reesido was an owner of various stage coaches in tho days before railroads. Ho spent much of his timo in Wnahincton. where, iudced, ho lived for several years. At tho annual adjournment of Congress ho would pass his friends of the House nud Senate he wns well acnuaiuted with nil tho promi nent politicians of his era over uny sU'go lino ho controlled. He would snj to an Ohioan or Kentuckian : " I vou'ro coiiif; back to Cincinnati or Louisville, and I'll pass you through h nt.ge." When he was asked : "ilow-ho would reply : "Givomoyour hat." no would tako tho hat. make a cabali. tic chalk mark on it impobsiblo to coun terfeit, and return it witli tlio remaiK, "That will serve your turn ; my agents will recognize that anywhere, and won't receive a cent from tho men whoso hat in bo marked." Iteesido was right. All his ngenta knew the hign at once. Tho thing becamo so common that some fellows tried to imitate it, but they wer invariably detected and compelled t" leavo the stage or p.iy their hue. In tin South and West "Chalk your lint" stfl ttands for what tho East stylus dead beading. New York paper. sup-imis- r Mrs. Emma Simms dropped n roll of bills amounting to S1.C00 on the street in Baltimoro tho other day. The money, somewhat beattored nliout, was picked up by Mr. John Myers. He rememnlmowt-snioot- li bered that it was the day of the grand y and looked uiku the shower proco-Monof greenbacks as n sham or some advertising delusion ; ho 'at once retolved to and handmako it a complete give-awaed around the money to all who desired it with an abandon Iwnutiful to behold. o Scenes that wero ludicrous in tho ending was ensued, though their serious. Tho ideas of Mr. Myers took cigars wero coolly readily, and lighted with $20 notes, nearly all the money being in notes of that denominaa few around tion. Street gamins awning-post- s to deceive unsuspecting on strangers. A boy sold ono $20 note foi 23 cents ; nnd it is said $500 additional wero 6old for the samo amount A lady, residing not far away, got a $20 note, which she said sho would keep in memory of th" great celebration. A friend siK-obegged her for it that bIio might framt it and keep it, and tho lady gave it tt her. Mrs. Simms, meanwhile, informed an oflicer of her loss. Ho hastened tc Ihe spot, and managed to recover S1IK of the amount, among it the 20 noU gotten by the lady mentioned alnive. SEW AllVKltTISKJIlSTS. ho discovery of tho facts caused con jtemation nmong those w ho had so freely miulo uwny with what they belle vet CONTRACTORS, NOTICE! to be lwgus treasure, and much regret K riaU at public auction, onMOSI'W, API. was expressed for tho oss sustained bj (orj. ry, wif 7, lb-at llork I ' decidedly out ('rilHliri,Mai and couiplrtr. looterr i.b nt'ir It Simms. The cas' Mrs. ntw Uat.trtdii nili cl imk rer day Tiri-ni)f tho most singular on i cord. cent, luirtut tn.iu d.ir. with t ... T. II ,w It It IS, Attorney and Agtni ior owner ui u An ohl lruly. lured 112 yonrx, lnU-.liftl at Glow itz, n sniRll town in Silesia of Enroio She iKv,Mlly hcntlotl tho This romtirknble mr in wntfUiirinnH. n a nw I h.tti' tit.bllabeit To nil Ii inn m, l.y nmiii- - Judith Singfr, vii n Jew of in the mricli inillr llnr. I will of cotfli et, nnd furnihlies another instance o ml riutA cniirf.tncVadvance of uu and alter tie I.t (U.t ut nl at an the longeity of her nice. It is wtatot that ttho was horn on the 11th of Juno Only 5 Per Cent. Above Oost it, Carriage. 17G8, ami had already heconie tho moth T hl bibiiirtblriif tht tai iinrr I en done ly any and will atuulh er of two children when tho jueBcnt Em rrtail itur tail and cntain'y tuy ;td Tryu.dy and find ixunllie wlini thry poror of Germany wius lnini, netirl; out my prlcm This I. no liinulmit and lo pitfe nd iiamlne nir I am In iart.i.1. llenieiall thai eighty-fou- r years since. Of her fitted .itk V5 pii irnl. In ca.li ratrd ly all wliowlll imlionlz-tnthat I eli .trltt. only three havo mir ly li.rca.h or I'l- - . sons and daughters Ill;re.i marlet prbe ad tr all altd.nl luuulry priittu r. vivetl their mother. Mrs. Singer his enme Inlirhtetl to me will , nt jKV-to- d y exhibition of nerve was furnished by a Cincinnati Eomo timo ago. We quote from tho Commercial of that city : Bernard Koohler and Fritz Hisgcn began painting a largo houso at lletts street and Central avenue. Three o'clock in tho afternoon found them cloo up under tho feet caves of tho house, and sixty-fivfrom tho ground. They had just finished the surface within reach, and had ttarted to lower the scaffold a few feet. When the required distance had Won reached, Hisgcn called to his partner to hang on to tho rojo until ho (Hisgon) tied his own, when ho would como over and perform n like service for him. Hisgeu had just completed his own knot, when Koohler cried out: "Conic over quick ; I can't hold it." Hisgen, nn quickly as" possible, started acroi tho aerial bridge, but had not gone two Mops when he saw the man let go his hold, and felt the ladder give way Innieath his feet. As ho lcgnn tho fall, in tho energy of descration he, with loth hands, top of tho grasped tho fourth-storwindow cornice and there hung in the air, a distance of sixty feet no then gao tin from tho pavement, exhibition of nervo Unit terrified every ono who saw-- it. Placing the too ot ono boot against tho window frame ho gave motion awny his body a slight from tho house. A second pindi gave him a better impetus, and as ho swung on tho return toward tho window ho released his hold and went crashing through tho glass safely to tho floor room, from whence of the fourth-storhe immediately looked out through tho aperture lie hod mode to see what had locome of his companion. Koohler had not been quite so fortunate. As ho went shooting through the air he caught tho haoinng rope with loth hands and looall the w.y dow n at tho med his of till tho cuticle of his palms, exjH'nso which was burned off by the friction. He landed in a sitting jwsture on tho sidewalk, and was taken to tho hospital with a pair of very soro hips. liouse-painto- r e turpi k. 229-t- f f " i'1'.ti:h JiA.vmx. fctanford, Ky. GEO. D. BURDETT ! For Sale Privately I cfler (or dSs CJO., HAVK n and rlotrr aid lain gwi lald U In for giowttg at.y crop lulled lo tlita art . el I Hi! Inlax-nIbe.tateand I. ell adapted t.i Km if Itir Itnprott uii Me tomlii cellar, a ni- - dwrlltiu "' To Their Hot ki.i writ f i4l 7 !(n. villi tihi.aLd ntar the door, a kkI bain, lHi ar.d wagun An hid and other niroiary out buildup Hock w,t,r abundant atd wteiihnl Ac j The frncltiRou IIiccimV I. im.llytf .Kite I lm-I- y of tlrnlir for Irntlrg purjM. and lrce iwt-lIn (uod l.ir.iuu ni.tr intuit lu And now have the Best Stock in Cea Iburth, wbcol and mill, I will tell ihr Verr'r Ion and hi ear t rut lo artlra dt.lrn g a btiu tral Kentucky. They have Parlor or wllldlTldr It to.utt putctioria and Bed Room Sets, Carpet. r I I will trnt trrllabr parII i.ot .old by te. Cane and Penitentiary Jllth.Jt. A. HEIlhl'KUt'hlt. llanly, '. U.Ky WJntu LIue-gia- !l- -t la'rprtTately my larm el Nlirula.tllla AVil KS, tltuatrilT inllra p K. o county The on lllcini.n I'nek, in .irtf.mln tilt Lately been Making Extensive Additions --- nir. M-- Chair, Marble Top, Centre Stand & Extension Tables, Woven Wine. Mat- YAi.rAiu.i-- : Stanford Town Lots for Sale. Iofertori.il1 j.rltaiely at hw rulre. and en i l.lt I'fTV ,ry toMnallK trim.. li' Ihf Neiih 7M.V M.tt'lS Mnir ilmi b.lf limit, of thr ate Manfi.id il tbrm.nd a tliy if wuli i a thud 1 a ini'e tl ihe (cult wnlun iwo.itiiiCp tl a milt" of niwikr el il mi ibe Junttlok ittt,t. iKrllmtly bratnt (ur i tt 1 tresses, Folding Bed Lounges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobes and Sofas, and Everything Else Kept in a First-clas- s Furniture 8torc CJ iurytuini at ircaittd lu tuilin. ci that tilnl. Itirtc lut. ar i lie trrj Wit and mwl laullful-l- y aid evmet.lriitly iliu.lid br reldrnira that baie .ur Ittn otlrtl ter .al In sunhtrl, aw.l my ri ami ifiiu.aie iuiii a. io "air it )iwir ot any li.auitilttu. mm lu Mur oat of thtiii lor a bu.Hr They all tnnt uk.o niw .Hrrli, wl t h hatelu.t Int In Mett Wu oiiird,a thr Itiuvdr.l attlKiBtuciy Manfotd of, Ihe .all la rlt k at any in no rr.dlnB and the ! the tanJ Irrrl a. waur can bkv at uri v. trty w.ii SOlo ta Irtl hlte rtcn. 1 bey will I told to none I ut t my ottrr A u. cf Ibiro tan I 1 1. 1. JOB 4 mi II. SIM.nfi.tdi Ky. btr rn u u luted NiiKiir rrleen. C3r- I ir DR.. XTVfttOX-- S mcraaxnT. J. II. ISa Id win Ilalnt.', J. A e!k . Co., ItaMwIn A pur-eh.t- i.l tnulrr i- - tn u: fin ti ' ltitt,:r, Iprlntit and ftju.ir l"lano IimIiw, alto th rly, rboolocrr and llnullton Orxtim. Ic.trumruli fc.ld it prlriwand teiuia to anil fit. jrtrr and In t He jour oidrr. ml ou (rt our term. um A JtW-t'.m- jJ i.. txiuliTllV, Ky .Cincinnati, (I, and lndlaoll Ind ,dralrr.ln Str4nwiy A 'vmi, Ir.lrr tin.', t Harbrr, Stanford Female College. Fire, Lightning STANFOIIU, KY. With a Full Corps of TeacherSa Thl. In. tltutlon Seven'First-Olas- s &, Tornado I.NH1lA'Ci:! Companies onthrJd ALL will n It. Thirteenth Sewlon Monday In nrit LOWEST RATES! If Mm HTAMOKD. KV. rrr"nbr J. St. I'llll.tl'H, ,l0.,.Maforil. Tilt. BKANCHlJt - A TH0R0UGHEP.GL1SHC0UR3E; At. Uitfht, m wll u MUBIC. TUB LANOUAOEB. DKAW-1NAND HAINTINO. O OPERA HOUSE. W. P. WALTON, . . Proprlotor. ftlieof Mae, a40. Klcht eitme'ete ect ol trotlnc capacity, including jill.fy, aa ry f TERMS MODERATE. Mo, Kraaonable ralea ta abor. td fcWv. attraction.. AtidrNW reul.r for In t In luiUvn, irlcre ran fr'n S Interini-llat-o th I aitiaenu. 1'rlniatT. IU. t.V). i tuaratojy. IW. and Collrvtate, ruicr.'.s- - ! Dtt ir nui. full particular., a. to Hon.t. At .addrea. s. v. Tiiri:sn:ASi's. iri..ciini( lanfwr.l. Unculn Co.. Life of Geo. 0. Barnes AID- - K. THE lit SOMETHING NEW. -i e rim-mU- r it,(-ilcalint- year buried her eldest daughter at th good old ago ot 81 years. She josbehse all of her faculties except that of sight Frederick the Great died when alio wa 18 years old, and alio had jtuit corao ( ago at tho outbreak of tho French lkvt lution. She osertcd that she could dit tincuy rcmemoer the rejoicings T.hic took place in her native town on tho oi casion of the first partition of Poland i A77J. cr.ou. itar at oner akd pay t Q Hirlr atcuuni.. aa I nred llie fund. Tli.nk.furp.it taun hetpnttully, (rabOicliard W5-- t II'. Jl. lift H'A It All I, Crow's Smuggler! t40L MYERS HOTEL, E. TliiB Old "Wlihoui acrlp er nr.e, er, The Mountain KranKell.l, (Jmiiptfl tlarnr. Ihe III. lory cla ntrd llfr, ll.r llrcncd ir It. Mien I ThciiiKlit. I bate untfd ih t, riur Iloiil ln labOfclt.rd, and relurni.h- - and a IkKik sl ll rtibllc bllMaiitc." Octa.n it.c.nii a. the t.rila Hn.i, beard. anl tinletl cletb with tu:xl In cd it and prute tn tun It In flrtt tint, at y Ir. maratlnc itilal ainnilKii to lranliiu ualciu ltno- - Ktltinutlonn (titrr, Mtf paKc ilrrl Mailr, lo.p ,,f (triiryr O JUrnt. pbuliyr. tlurr uf ol ipltntlid .ample lufrital traielei will f.nl "ihi Vanlthr.1 flly, ' 7 wkm. In the front and 3 fur lhedi" Ur t tb.lr gtutl. and aiMiiuiuodallmi. In the UiV Ity liaiva-- ol I fie .linllr. r will diual ta any llnncli. (trtral Krntutly .la and rulur et Ink f the linorlp-tlaim Itavp thaifrof the I l.ery Stablr and will alimJi. by tbr K.anne l.l hlmivll In bit louun-tal- n waj. kirp It u pllid with la.t hor. and fine lltbla. I tlnai ra tlnjr In a Ci in pat I furm hi. tiirnuuj. ILIa will net tnterlere witli niy Thl. ia.uk i. icmplriu hl.tory of thr ma .''K) pacrt-rerTbr prlt.tt, the KfaiiRtllt; and are m.Jr put Furniture and Undertakers Trade, I Inmn.t nature of th tltrir llilnrlbr Hil llinr In thl. Uk Ihe Valth tl blatory, the A. I th.ll it tlnur to litp a lull line if lhebit llealliiCliaptr- - CI .Ileal ariiun.rnt U.rlrrcn Furniture ard lready al a'l llniea to .rrTe tbow tt Hi full and alla the Hi that .ht,u d III. In e.ery nrdtPtuiy lertlitalu the ottirr anity Kentucky huinr and ahntild rrrlalnly I own.il Mr mii ....-. Jl, CrabOichard Ky liy ererr ivinrrrl nfttrorga llarur. The botk can bttobtalnrtl nowhrte rlw for lm than IS.J0. By .prcial arranrniriti with the author, who barlne truio.rtl lo.So York, ha. lariciy wltidrawn nil ajtmie., rhr Uik (Jl Ml and thr aaiLt iMicaiiiH Jot ixai if.' are oflrrnl Itg.th.r fui the prlrruf lhr"l.lfr of Itarnm alone, the two for MM. Addrran l . M A I.iTKRIOK duuford, hy stewiuxsiioi'se niud INTERIOR JOURNAL FOR 63.80. Con.... kIt-tU- ii nactrr-pritdurtlnn.- ln - nt eal .-KHr aK 1 31S-8t- t. i Jiiiku ll f,, STANFORD. KY. II. BDRNSIDE, - Propr DANVILLE utd, Never Knew What Killed Him. was chopping in the woods one dsy Lager-bee- r "I was unknown in tho days last winter." wild ho. "when my doe. a of Ptolemy. health territr, crawled into a hollow Jog Tho O'ltyan family aro descendod and lonnd a con. lie look .Mr. Uinn bj from tho constellation Orion. tie noe and pulled him ont Into ray rH-nThcro aro no existing Sanscrit manu-lsrip- ts When the conn aw hen I wa it- of Puss in Boots. with a bu? ax nd a yearning look, Tho melodies of Mother Goose aro ha Tinted tbedfff hick into tl e ho'e in tho production of Tupper. the log. The dog wan a light weight, but ri tV 1..-- . i tjte-r-wuiivt I. a dark iiialioitonjr bay hortr, fo.'cl .Iuiip illli W, lull 16 hand. blBh, blub .lylr and uxd at all by the champion troltinK.tulltrn A certain King sent to another King, point.: triailrtr tenownid uiurclcr, n lord'.' tiKMARKAHLE HISTOUtCAL rACT.S. n'., ii f the world, the dainly OI- iaying, "Send mo a bluo pig with a Hrst dam by MatnbrlnnMnrllulii Tho battlo of Waterloo waa not an Iter, he by Wagner, tl dam by Wanner; lib dam " Helen Kawiett by Imp. Tranby, Jltli dam Nell american victory, and it is a matter of black tail, or else havo not got (Iwlnnr br Thorntun Italtlrr,tiyfiih dam by Imp,1 Tho other replied, Imp. Spread lla-ioubt whether any Chineso took part Tra'alnar; Tib dam Nettletop tthatk, Dili ono, and if I f.t; btli dam by all Ihediatreddam by Imp. Janu. therein. elem.nla acombl-- I rhui we hate On this weighty cause they went to na'lonof tlii hlglint type-- of tidtilnp, parlrcand Boarding-house- s wero unknown in tho blood, hen fore t row 'a fcinupiilrr tlicrouhbrtd island of Juan Fernandez at tho time war. After they had exhausted their evidently inu.t ptodiue .icly aa w.l aa fie combined horar.. irmies and resources, and lnid wisto hlpbrst type ot V:l&Hnd ate b.lter III. rlre coull Mr. Selkirk resided there. than 2.25, trot better than . CAUSES OF H'.lif. and Woll - Kuowu Hotol Still Maintains its High Imputation, PURSING MILL COMPANY Manufacturer, of 1 1 had" "I Its Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Guesti. Door. Ntihli, ItllmlH, Ml iiti ok Mold-JiiKH, 1 and Door I'ranitH, de. the ccon firraljr iinrli! am? to that cmlle influence he yielded fnijuentlT, 1ml nn ofien withdrew from the cold world, taklne the ambitioua purp with him. They kept Hiwirg it iff thin nay fur an Your hi d it began lo looa as though ihe con w.i gninif towintbe rubber, when an Idea nirnck me. Whin the dog pulled the coon out to tiuw I aimed my ax and stiutk n terrific blow at tho coon'untck JuH ihen he gave erk end pulled the dog' head li the spot win re his shotild hare been. That dog d6n'i know lo thin day Int trmt itw&athe corn that kiiltd him He '.'-- his ginjing contemplate. qaalilira veie nomething lo hu rrattin theEre. and fnuRlit from UglnnlnK to end, won with no fuTora.hnwn tut errry adrantace taken In "What could you moan," asked tho giuuFicliT It ttandt rrcond to no trtumpli defeat Trade Mark. MEKWIN'HNl'IX'IFIC, e.er Flooriiiir, Culling, Wcntl- . trottlnB turl. second King of tho first, "by saying, won on the.old lor tn.OuO; He airett the sreat I'll- alto the la.t feldlnr. crlm that "t lie Jront Ilngllsh Itnucdy, another of the family, Send mo a bluo pig with a black tail, or Hnttthorne, roeilinii'nt,ITJ-crlioardhiK', i and driver welKhing made a pifln? record of 3 I. a podllve cure for W eak Memo. Blse ?" tulle In YoiUK trolled 25 pound.. In I. 1'ocalioiita. cf the prtat fainl ' Postago was not propiud on tho letters ry I.om of Drain Tower. Nervous nother 2 IK, a hall (.', Kxhau.llon, Seminal Wrakr meant a ly, btrldratray. tiutird three conrecutlre beatx In "Why," said tbo other, And other it Junius. Imiiotfncr. nnd General wm of 2 thai bluo color. But what could yon mean 2 1$, 2 17', aid of IMj, proving cnncluilteljr much ' Tower ol the (ieneiallve OrKan.j Tho egg broken by Columbtn waa lioiaoa have .hown n no other family .ml ll diMuaia that follow n.1 a ay saying, havo not got ono, nnd if .peed and wooderlul endurance. Il la afo to pre- - Utlore laklng. (HieiKe ot youtnrul iniprtnieneit ot hard-boile.i,.l, lume that luch yriat performing ability never art- - .ine rzit'14 tn. nittitiitt ......I tTwl ?" .u,n nr twara witnoiiian inneriiance. . ..a Samson is presumed to havo been tbo CS- m..... I . . a. I'nlTeraal Uwltude, Tain In the l. ticuilfuiril, rnuiiiir tun niuu iwt, unit Jtiui. Vl.lni. I'r.mi. if I had I should "Why, of courbo, K,(, Brst gentleman that ever traveled on his Alao Dealer In will find that CHOW'S BMl'fHILEIl trnce. .even o'lrVr and once lo Kngllah Mam- - I time, to onye scut it." lead "? inanity -- r muscle. '.Ire of Imp. MeMenger. Mambrlnn .ht brlno. the Vw of Kiiie fla IfW Tho explanation was satisfactory, and Starllghfa full .l.ter, l.idy Thome, ba a record of ' '.X'nraVlbo ? a Tho Yunkecism, "Do Tell," was fadlni "lit bla full brother, Worallake, a record ol 2 27'i. I originally used by u boy named Albert, ciw ieaeo was accordingly concluded. In lew of giving all aallI.ictlon. I now nut thla , f?,"?;,r",t.n ,hi ev "e a 81ft W Tho story of tho tuo Kings ought to hor.e'a aerflea.at ilia verv low price ofdue when . B.nJ "'"V !D Willy lo b "beekVdlftSSfe. famous to his father, a Swiss gentleman, Inttiiritii Mnrnln I'Oiil. looner niooom oimaiiii. After lKlflg. kLr.,il...r.,l.ln.,l.lrr..1.rtal tlih. The ' icrvo as a lesson to us all. Moct of tho for his skill with tho bow. I aold all Druggl.ta at Call on ua or write for prlrcj We kiep alary bore will ttand at my ttabln, 4 mllea wet of ntTMerwln'. .'HdCt packngrs by for V. Alto by between individuals aro quito btanrord, Kr, on thefttanlonl.t on.iny my turn- II ter pnekege, or ill "Indian corn" would seem to indicato luarrcla .lock and will do our beat to pliiue you In ytlte mail po.tageltee, on rrcelpt of price .. Ile.prctfully, T. pike. sarKtill imriUulari In pamphlrt, which will be and quality ol material. that tho aborigines had an occasional is foolish as tho war of tho bluo pig I have tho cnlv colt oi Crbw'a Suicgler'a pet. nulled free to every applicant. Addrcaa all frith a black tail. s of ti chiropodist. aocd of tho sen-iceto the wilu maniifarturtr, Fold colt U a so' ii one out of a pure brut trotting 1 O.. vo rimAXixts etigmjunet t of Mre. Frank Lerlie mare; wa. fWIul Ut May, gees all the ttalta trot., JIl'ltitA Salt was originally manufactured in KanamClty, Mo. and rack, viry latt ami row: the timtilug De Luville, of France, Ik tacen In perfrctlnn, hold in fctniford by Tinny A McAll'ter and all I'. V. ALtimunr. walk of buildings, hence to the farfitm tho upper stories Danvlllo, Ky. litupglita evtrywbtto Blunfoid, Ky., 1'tb. , 181, announced, their kingdoms, they began to wish to Itnom joaiNar iiiat or All Il.ttsiae will be conveyed to and from the Ivimi ttALLlOht lb latitat fir.t beat free of rharae. Sprrlal arroniroodatlnna mako peace; but beforo this could no OTlltli7 l."'.. f'.tr.t iccond beat time, 1 17; fatlt.t time to t'ommerrlal lratelrra. The liar will tblid heat, 2:1''; fa.te.t fourth btat. 2 VM; fa.t-talwaj. anpnlled with the ehnlceat dono it was necessary that tho insulting He biat (joldnnlili .Uld on 2 l. nflh heat, brand, of Itinora and Clmia. ianguago that led to tho trouble should beltnerltaat Cletelind. Obln. Om.lderlnjt that race, ileierately Jotkeyod 1 el . Ncroll Nan lVorl(,Tiirn ItiK bo explained. thtt waaa comifllriK laiitliu "Work, aW sl Irt'risoil Iaiimler "I I I Mernr .! -- i,i.. .... ;ni, tuL. f Building Materia.! Fariuiii Tuiimbei "' Vh i'T"''.! d: CITflk n- "IriXw W W Fi CJiW 200-ly- " 'J fifoll'. eho Jll.lHt lV. jt.t.xrirti.E Jiu.i. iomdtimes colled Attic. t Semi 'W VOLUME . Ulw ciiAsar. oc scexi:. jttfertnf mifiuri. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER '3f X.-NUM- BER 510. AX A IITI&'FS STlt UG ULESS STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, MARCH 21,1884. Wo all need chaugo, no inattor how "contented" our dispositions may be. A perpetual round of duties has a effect both on tho lody and mind. It woarios lis day by day to seo tho same faces, viow tho samo things, hear tho s.inio voices, smell tho uaino odors, listen to tho samo platitudes. After long oxperiouco at homo wo know ?xaetly how tho ten will taste, how tho sirloin of beef is likely to m served up, and what probability thero is of tho mutton being tough, or the steak underdone. We know, too, exactly what wife will any when wo come home, and the sxact tone iu which she will say itN When people live together tiny after .lay, month after month, and year after yoar, they fintl it dilllcult to find subjects for profitable conversation. They aro bilked out. It is probably owing to tho Imrrennww of subjects that the wife enlarges on domestic themes, nml wearies the hubaud with n recital of her mini! perplexities. This monotony can best be comlxtted by change of air; for with this comes variation of scene ; with that arrives change of thought, nml with that, again, start up uew trains of ideas and exiMtmiiou of mind. To go for change of air is, or ought to lo, an expedition iu quest of information, and a search for nomething uew. Prom it one returns with a fresh fund of anecdotes, n new collection of stories, n fuller repertoire of experiences, and an additional store of illustrations, which, for mouths to come, serve to brighten the dull realities of life. It is obvious that if Uie main object of change of air is to get over the result of monotony, jmtor famitin should not always travel with his wife and family. A brief separation will teach them to value each other more highly than over when reunited. M0CXT.11S tiik iiiaun.sr 01.0111:. o.v 231 Most of onr rondora havo liennl of, nml ninny nmy linvo Boon, Itauvnrd'H WALTON. gront Panorama of tho Mississippi." It i taid Unit tho author of this work conceived iU idon tuul fttbtnhct Til mil a w unit ViNiy, on itn oxcciition wlion ho wn n men) boy, during a trip norons tho MiMiHHippi in n row-1oat huusot. n litro to When pill strictly la i Ulrica. II in n record ot TJio fttory of his utter-lif- t lime. HX.HU will be charged. Miigulnr porHialency itnd huccohh in currying out n ltoyitdi tlrenin. Wlion his fnthcr died, John IJnnvnnl iun:iutTiTioss 01 TUJtlUSU was loft a oor, fricndhtew hid, nd obirtjf;.v. Tho Turkish woman is n fanatical tained employment with a druggist. fond ib he of hketehmg tho soiiHorvntivo. Tin world in which bIio H'". ftlxint him on the of tho-liven is nnmoved by tho practical facU Hkoiios of tho nineieouth century which ruako ( lls witli ehalli or cowl, that h linwt.-- r Iiiu a Imnluu to hor huabnud. No Clu told him ho made better likouuoc than nniunn waH over moro impervious to pills , ho poor John lot his nitiiniim. Ho then tried other plana, and met ideiw of improvement. Hho in lloreoly he intolonmt in lunttoni of roligioiw Ixjliuf. with many diiMtppointmeutM. Tho toncliiiigH of tlio Koran havo reached obtaiueil enough money to lHtgin lii nmnll akiff, her by word of mouth, and nUrtnnnded great work. He Imught and hot o:V alone on bin perilous by u jwrfect Talmud of tradition, and . .. - -- iC1tnT exclaimed PetuCH, "aooUvh advanco in 'titera?" "Ym, Uio Lord only known wlmt in to U'como of tlm jxwr if Uxia jwtato ring ian't bunUvi" Tim farmer arosp, bntnmoil hia old white oTC2tyat clear to hi ohin, brought hw fit dowalurd on Uio clwHo-boand r, He traveled tliouwnds of miles, crowing the Miiwbijpi lmckwimU) and tOn commonly hatn foreigiioiH with to wenre the wit jminta for pnwion. Ah tho punnM you on tho making Iim ttketehea. All iUv long he xtrivt alio will pray with audible fervor that your eyun may blind, or went on sketching, nrd, when the huh alxmt to net, w either shot wild vi tliut Go.1 may currw jou. fowl on the river, or, hauling the little Hho is HUiH'rutitioiiH in tho extreme. In Hickmw ttw will iim tha wiliva of an IhkU at.hoiv, went into tho wood, with old woman who hiw never 1mii divorced, bin rille, to ahoot game. After cooking and eating hia supper, or will iulmlo the fetid hrmth of an livturnod his lont over on the ground, odoriferous and snintly derviidi, in o uiulrtr it, rolling hiitiM-l- f up iu to tho ohcivt prfarriplion of and cri'pt a blanket to oltep for the night, Mite tu cl united plivmditii. She in tuuiured daws and prowling anthat Satan in ponton ttcliiM Amuricniui from the falling their skill iu nuvlmiiiil art. Kho be. imal. Sometimes for woeka together he lievm in rhurms. Hho will not live Mi ke to a human lining. In thi never hour berrft of her bit of manner he went on aketehing for more leather which iuclowrt Uie tnyntio phnww tluui 100 daya Iniforn tho ueeetwAry which in potent to ward off Uio evil oyo, drawiuga were llnkhed, and then ho wt ShodwtrtiU Tuowliir m tlio mother of to work in gootl oaruutit to iaiut the ill lack, and will not c'MMt tb. l.irth-da- y picture. aiiuiverttarioft of her children, nor He had only mado Hkotehea in his oven record tho date, 1M so Bie magician wanderings. After those were completed into it to etwtt a tt'x'11 iigainut the child. there woro colors and canvas to bo 11. O. Dwight, ill Harper' Magazine Iwught, ami a largo wooden building to bo orecU-d- , for ho determined to paint tiik timi: n .in con;. canvas, and thus Throo or four yenr ago ul.n thero them on ono piece of make a panorama. vim a grip into the potato market thero When it was finished it covered three tivod near an int. i..r i,1..ro in tliw mile of eanviw, and represented! n range HUUa farmer iwmeAl 1'etern. He rawetl (!od AroM, pjiid hi.i debts, and wm of Memory 3,000 milea in extent ; and down o riugi of all sort Tho )ric of that nil this magnitlcent work was exeby n poor, fatherless, moneyless poUUx-r- t kept ging up and up, and Uio cuted lid ought to make us ashamed of giving old farmer grew untMuy. Ho aiuiu into worth pursuing, to aeo how up any undertaking tho village every merely ltecauso it would cost ua wmio t the nnu-keatood, and although ho never Niid much it wot evident Uuit ho would trouble. Imnt hw hoojw pretty aoou if thingn r.i .k omit irii.tr roc iiKAn. continuM on that way, At longth tho Nearly forty years' exiHrience a climax came. Olio evening Uio old man teacher has shown mo how little I tru"; and Iiiu fon had a warm oonicr in a know it n subject nnUl I Ugan to es grocery when a citizen autorod with a plain it or Web it. Lot any young pernowiqMiper in hU hand and said; son try tho experiment of giving in con "Tlii Now York ilaily mxyn that tho versntion, briefly and conHeoUxlly, and price of KitatooA U certain to wItojioi iu the simplest language, the chief again before- tho week id out," or article he has Hants of any thoto towehingn utiil world. hor view of tho In olailiotico to them, hIkiihj t'or-war- Ikk-miu- pref-freiir- three-oonier- al A. SKSSITirC TAIL. A writer in IApplncotCa Magaztiu tolls of n terrier, fat, sleek and vcrj quiet, but tho surface of whoso brair had bcon romoved : When I approached him ho took no notico of mo, but wher tho assistant caught him by the tail lit FOR THE- insiautly bocamo tho embodiment ol fury. IIo had not sufficient perceptive power to rccognizo tho point of assault, so that his keejier, standiug behind him, was not in danger. Witli flashing oye. nnd hair nil oroct the dog howled and barked furiously, incessantly snapping and biting, first on this side and then on that, tearing with his fore legs and in every way manifesting rage. When hia tail was dropped by the attendant nnd ! his he.ul touched, the storm at onco subsided, the fury was turned into calm, and tho animal, 11 few seconds before sv ragoful, was purring like 11 cat aud J stretching out its head for caresses. A French soldier, wounded in tho head luring tho Frnuco-Germawar, was in : 1 .similar condition to that of the dog. MILIdVOOI) FA KM, Mar. IS, 1881. When his comrades wero called to tho 11 (rlul 011 my farm liuncr-tnhl- c between the lurHt aV ltrutllejY he followed, sat down with CanMoily ami Champion SnlUej' PIumh, I made the choice of the them, aud, the lood 1eing placed upon his plate ami a knife aud fork in his C'HA.Ml'IOX, for the rciiHoiiH that it in easier hsuiillcil, better hands, would commence to eat. Put n i'oiiHtriietcd, eutH a cleaner, deeper and wider furrow and turns SPALDING. crooked stick resembling a gun into his the noil better. hand and at once the man was seized with a rage. The fury of conflict wan n him ; with a loud yell ho would tho skirmish iu which he had been wounded, and, crying to his comd rades, would make a rush nt tho assailant. Take tho stick out of jw hand aud give him n knife and fork, tud, whether at the table or elsewhere, ie would make the motions of eating ; mud liim a spado and ho would begiu :o dig. AN01HER VICTORY! THE CHAMPION SULKY PLOW. The Purst & Bradley Weighed in the Balances and Found Wanting TIxe Cassedy to-ilu- j- alo TJudei' IPloTved Go. n Read What a Practical Lincoln Farmer Says about it In GEO, B. WEAREOT, Agt., Stanford. IJE. sup-K)se- H.O. RTJPLEY. Tin: Nolxxly's reputation and honor are safe in this cynical ago. For the last ten years Mount Everest, in Nejianl, has leen considered tho highest mountain in the world, reaching tho respectable height of 'JU.002 feet Dhawalagirl and evi-nin- - " Wliatr Wk itornlyakl: "Tho time lias oomol I've t4ood it and wtixxl it long a. I can, and now I'm g)ing to act! Qeorgo wo'U go home biudiela and get ready to throw llfty-aiuu tho market of xjoibl and butt that wicked ring all to Uiunderl" Walt Street Xcwi. x tyTi:it Tint n.trrr.r:. ' Tlio imby has got a now tooth, but the old lady is laid up wiUi a cold iu her head, and Johnny is down with tho ..Unapt to sketch the lectures they menhirs," nsinnrkod a Galvoatou gontlo. 'nve heuid the evening previous. The man to n defeated candidate, " What nine thing was done with books. iu the thunder do I care ? was tho "hrintian Union. of the defeated catnh'dato, scowling TVttTI.K TU.lCi.S. furiously. "Woll,"aid tho gentleman tkT.'ly, " before tho election 3011 usod II Kb I.Y1I.B. to take, me aside every timo you mot mo I m iljolufi, i'MivU iljoliw Ouae my tulr u ruvu.l4jii .md iid; mo how my family was coming Dark u tlif rlioilonii falling m I thought you would liko to know. r, On ttie minM'11 fmlltiK tnok Ah 1 was saying, Johnny is idl broken Dark t tlm ilny frlonxoir " r .out with the measles, and tho baby Of the twilbfht tia.s; Dark on the frraiit trwiwn "Go to Halifax 1" roarod tho oxaspor-it- l Belling Bad Boys, Of au Ab)'Mlulan diqM. producing a police The Hoard of Commiiionera I am iljeliitf, Kujft, djUng whisUo all of which goca to show that Texas, have certainly made i:bl tlio KoMen fluUl fat ; (he iSufuateJ candidato is quite aa law weevcr heard of. Young I've only got ono Iwttlo mr. pendent, us tho ono who is olucted. that 0110 lait Ah, bow Ioiik were on the streets until very ! ro-pl- read, and he will at oneo hoo what 1 mean, 'llio gajw that axo likely to ap-jin the knowledge that ho felt wiks hu own will no doubt 1m yery snrprw-iug- . I know of no training upcrior to this iu utilizing one's rending, iu strengthening the memory, 'Mid in fonn-i- n habits of clear, connected statomont. It will doubtless teach other things than tho I havo montioiuvl, which the who honestly make tho experiment Children will find out for themselviw. t!uJ rwul can ljo encouraged to give, in a f.mily way, tho interesting parts of the 'ooki they have read, with great ndvnn-uiy- e Moro than ono to all concerned. youth I know has laid tho foundation of i'lt'OK'tual tastes in n New England ni.ily, where hearty encouragement .is given to children nmlndulU in their ar cr-so- y A iIm-Kr- nan?" Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden and "Well, I menu this: that ono timo ho Cast Pumps, and tho Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roofliul nn execution for SI against tho old ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. Widow Witter, back hero, and he went n WeHfill.fi, I jp to her house and levied on n flock of NiffaMiPil lucks. Ho chased them ducks, ono at a Wh record tho fact, on tho anUiority dmo, ronnd Uio lmuso pooty much all of tho Jtturnal 0 th Teh'graith, tlwt lay ; and every timo ho catched a dnok and ring his neck 8 .ie'd set right down there are now in working condition tele- md charge mileage; and his mileage nautical miles of submarino During tho post your mounted to more Uiau tho debt. Noth-j- j graph cables. mean alunit it, as I know of, but I 11,083 mile wero added. Tho Jinghwor-inremarks Unit Uio cable sUll re- ilwnys thought that after that that Mr. AND- quired to oomploto Uw tologntphic sys- Hitchcock was a very prudent mam" : Ono aorosa the tem of tho world aro ITua-iiitur- e ! "A'iT Axi) Pacific, two lwtwoe.i Uio Unitod SUU. Many of tl 0 agricultural journals aro ami Rio and Valparaiso respectively, A Full and complete nnHortnient or Furniture, embracing evto know whether a hon and certain minor cables to connect jorely troubled If some editor of dignity erything from the Cheapest to the Fluent Parlor Suites. Ne Cayenne, Colombia, Now Caledonia, tho nts or sets. need to go to the large cllies to make your purchases, no matter 1'hilippiuo islands and CJJiiueso stations ivould set a lion on tho nest, aud the quulity you want, aw I can and will duplicate would let hor sit, it would Ih what quautlt' widi the world's telegraphic system. Now mau, or 11113- prices you can obtain elnewhere, freight being added. Alse .veil for the world. of CoiIIum, Ca,vs, Shrouds and Kohes, embracA vorxo mau 1:1 Georgia has taught women either, can pet a hen, although a full assortment ing all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware rooms tho public n lesson in respect to the ;hey cannot sit hor ; neither can Uioy set Asaph Hotel, Stanford, I(y. danger of hasty generalization. When m her, although the old hen might sit opposite St. hour if they would allow, Tanner triumphantly fasted for forty in them by tho ; man cannot set on tho days tho coneinsion was jnmiod tho limit of life under priva- jut he can swt tho basin on it, nndneitl to that tion has boon very much understated. ;r the basin nor the grammarians would Acting upon thin assumption, tho jbject. Ho could sit 011 a dog's tail if tho Georgia man, Tuck Jackson by name, log were- willing, or ho might set his foot refused food, expecting, no doubt, m it. Hut if ho should sot on tho aforo-jaitail or sit his foot there, tho gram ',10 would livo forty days, at least, lint alas for tho force of Tanner's ex- lmrians as well as tho dog would howl. nd yet, strange as it may seem, the ample. He died on tho sovonteouth day, mail might set tho tail aside nnd then sit A man in Warren county, Ky drives lowu, aud uoithor bo assailed by tho an ox team that is so well acquainted log nor tho grammarians. Christian ATxrith his habita tiint, when passing a World. saloon, tho animals will not move until An octup'ex telegraph inntrument has ho goes in to take drink. been invented, hv which eight meagea Kuchitijmga, in tho same range, with iilanit 158,000 feet each, shared Uiis honor Iwtween Uiexu until Maj. Everest, of tho llongal Engineers, discovered their big brother, lleforo they wero measured IIumlK'ldt thought some poinU in the South American Andes reached Uie highest altitude 011 our globe. And now comes Capt. J. A. Lawsou, who islam! has discovered iu tho little-know-n of Now Guinea n peak that bonus Uiem all, which ho lias appropriately called Mount Hercules, and fixed its elevation at !V2,7S6 fcot above Uiu lovel of the aco. Xtw Vork Herald. VllUlHiXT YAXKKK COX.STAltKE. Mr. Elijah Hitchcock was n Connocti-:ti- t constable, whoso character was under icrutiny. Deacon Solomon ltiaing was inquired of about him. "Deacon Solomon Rising," said tho questioner, "do you think Mr. Hitchcock s an honest man?" Very prompUy "Oh, no, sir! Not jy any means." "Woll, do you think ho Li a moan A I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Spring and Summer, comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley nan?" ' "Woll, with regard to that," said the lencon, a little moro dolileratory, "I nay say that I don't really think ho is a nean man ; Tvo sometimes thought ho jvas what you might call a keerful a W. H. HIGGINS I -- DEALER IN- - Hardware, Irou, jrudeutman." "AM' at do Nails, HUKKT Wheels, MtovcM, Spoken, Grate, IlltUK, Ilorao Shoes you moan by a prudent Cane Xlilln, IlarueHM, Cider Mill, Lap Covert Corn Shelters, Collars, Stoneware, Groceries, Saddle, QtiecuHware, Buggy Whips, "' 97,-6T- B g UNDERTAKER. ".v-;r.- Iealei in tr edi-:o- rs 11 wnsh-lwnc- h d WALL PAPER, -- 1 TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON, 1U It T XtiWH, 1tv.ssr.1x jkj.vki'. It is said that a blind man might tell tho different denominations of Hussian Tni: growth of Atlantn, Ga., coutin-;'-- . notes by using his nose to determine ,r th resoiit time a half million their valuo ; tho rule being, the lower In worth of buildings tiro in course tho value tho "louder" tho smell. A note will bo redolont of ruction, itnd during tho season hundred-roubl- e or some equally li :li of store, noveral attractive public patchouli, jockoy-clutotliiigs, and many haiuhome resi-- . fashionable erfume ; while tho h.ivr; Iken erected, . iic note usually reeks of tallow or Uio ,. an increiuio of over S2.000,-- coarse tobacco. i.rm.E girl, who applied to Queen Victoria for her autograph, received tho following : "For of suoh ia tho kingdom ht'avcn. Yictorift Hegia." A My noul 1 full of ilmitittni', And I aintlp a klckly nui:; Out my balr U Itka tlio rry Of tho linoii aiiii on tho h'tld. J .' . b, single-roubl- u tax-l,.,.- i. t'i tli , ,t 11 m 11 ' k..t ,.l': :'.ile values over lost year. Ab Woman with pale, nolorlew facen, who ii tho wholo SlaUr. ii lesa feel weak and discouraged, will receive H.i") i:0l) it will be seen that At- - both mental and bodily vigor by using of tho on Carter'a Iron Pills, which are made for the i'i.ii ims over ono-llft- h u'lthe BUito of Georgia. blood, nerves and complexion, 1 1 a railroad dispatcher could devise a plan for pending trains in a Mrnilar manner over the came track, it would be a cood into all kinds, of mischief, and oven at en- thing for an Indlnnnpolia road which Indianapolis Journal. tertainments, where people are supposed could be named. to behave, they crowded the back scat, BuclUen's ArnicaSalve. nnd yelled, stamped and screamed until Tho greatest mcllcal wonder of the world. Warpeople around them were nearly deaf. As ranted to ipeedtlr cure llii-i- i, Ilrulaei, Cuti, Ulparents either could not or would not cere, Salt Hheum, Forer Sorts, Cancen, Tllei, keep their boys at home, a town ordinance Chilblains, Cores, Tetter, Chapped Uandi and all cruplluai, giurantred to cure In ererr Inwas passed forbidinjr, any boy to be on the skin stance, or mono) relundrd. A positive cure lor street after eight o'clock. At that hour Pllw. 25c per box. For ale bj Penny A the curfew bell Rives eight taps from the Eagle Engine Company No. .1, and every ive Rewarded. boy haa to go to his home or be arrested. A liberal reward will be paltl to any party who The boys were very indignant at the law, will produce a cast ol Ltver, Kidney or Stomach but had to obey, as there was a full police complaint that Electric Bltttn will not speedily force on hand to enforce the law. It would cure. Drlng them along; It will cost you nothing will be be a wise plan if a tcovn not a thousand C.r the meJiclua If It falls to cure, and you AU Blood samo well rewarded tor your trouble besides. miles from here would enforce the dlieaies'lllllouiness, Jaundice, Constlrntlon nnd law, The parents of Ilardstown should general debility are quickly cured. Satisfaction petition the trustees to pass a similar law, guaranteed or money refunded, Price only W cents per bottle. For isle by .Penny ci McAllster Rtcord, ' of Austin, tho wiet boys thero late hours, can be sent over one wire in opnojito di reclions at the same time. Now, if only Druggists and Booksellers, OPERA MOUSE BliOCJK, SIANFOBD. t.1) V M'AJiste -- II PHARMACISTS DULKM IN- - ryyc JSJ: rfTl li TlTTirn. l ."iWr-- U :'TlMsh rV t. Tv. n,.... ;" PbysycIanV uv prescilptlons accurately mmM--- Snnlrs. Strfflnnnm Vannu JA)a m. Ar-flnln- iff -- XS Also compoucdoj I JKWKI.KK81 TUB unkYfasmarifti i c?yt.7y Tv-!!TVjfcw35jlf- f' Largest Slock or Watches, Clocks, Jowclrj $; Sllrerrrare Erer brought to this market. Prices Lower than luDiAiwc... naicnes, uiocki ana Jewelry oa shgrt notice and.Waxranted t tmi-ffiUch- lB nimorournal March 21, 1884 Stanford, Ky., W. P. WALTON. Tiikhe is one feature in onr modern civilisation which is indicative of peril and this feature is the growing disrelish for agricultural punuits. The fertile earth, the changing seasons, the abounding and increasing need for subsidence drawn from THE the natural resources, all proclaim the fact, Absence of higher authority, even in the that man was designed to draw out nnd enjoy these exhauatlefs reservoirs. But Mnstruipr I Inlmr-n-t Is wltliont nn count. while the history of our race and even the It lieucumlra fleaii mil iiiiiarln fn earlier history of our own country illusthe very bono making tho conflmi- PAINT LICK, GARRARD COUNTT. iiuco vi jmin unci iniumitnnuon impo" trate the docility with which men naturnlly success. ilblo. lt Jluiniiii Flesh unit tlmllniloe rvntlnn uro equally wonder- accept of nature's teachings, there is an inThe firm of Simulate- - & Son was die-There has been but yery little plowing creasing tendency to turn to ether puwui's. solved Saturday by mutual consent. N. done in this section on account of the in M. Shumate sold his interest to his father; Farming is too slow, too humdrum, too inclement weather snd if there is not a the business will be couducted bv C. Shu- significant in its results to meet the graspchange soon, farmers will bs most woefulmate ing requirements of nn enlightened people. ly bebind-hauLiniment Is neciloil hr aotnrboilr In every house. Kvvry day urlnirs ncwi of Jdaking haste to get rich is the ambition There is some talk of the mill at this I have been informed by a gentleman llicaftouy iirmi ntvrul srnlil or liurii age. The replace being moved to Silver Creek. What and the bane of the present sutxliuxl, of rheiiiiiatlo mnrCvr re. who is noted for his veracity in there parts, stortHi, or a lalttahlo Imno or pi a pity some thorough going man don't buy been in our country that the bone sult baa aYCU VJ UIO UCIUUIU J)OWCT OIUoJ that there is a lady living in our town, it. This is a good point for a mill and a and sinew ar.d brain of our people have that U possessed of an extraordinary acute- man versed in the milling business would been diverted to other channels, until we nesof smell and that cu the night of the do well. XVI U Th fw Wttlirr Wslh, Plftn occupy the anomalous position of a nation Cur, lindrtnr' tl rililnlaliin'r.iliNi tfl fire at Stanford she Wds awakened by the ttur, lil.r.UL ll.l KTItl. U.KUHlVI ll.ti.SC. possessed of the highest natural advantaMadam Rumor has it that there will which irotrillly cores ucl nllmenta of I THE COMMERCIAL FOR ONE YEAR AMI THIS odor from the burning buildim: and conHip I It'll A.N FMiAll n I be a double wedding hcru next week. The ges, capable of furnishing food to earth's WATCH FOR ONLY $3,50, THE TWO tents and tiled to get her husband (who, iilieuiiiatlsm, Nwelltnga, fllirr TOtT THE PRICE OF ONE. oftimts actually madam U so often mistaken wc can't le'l uncounted millions, yet LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. auuiii, omrnriru cutanea, minis by theway, is rather sleepy headed) to get Th VlTur y WlchCtnfnr a Kallootl m-U- li nnu rtcauis, cuts, llr.tlara r ml pinched for bread and faintly fighting off o (' f intklnt th Walrh In IN Wm I.I, cb Niiralus, l'oliouo"- - )llte nmi Mr. Adair, from the Committee on up, gooat and see what wis on fire. He whether it is so or not. (Our re porter berot (ns uwil rioin Um I Miitiy without hnliitun Nilii;, Mlmteas, e. Oil! ing one of the prospective grooms, was too gaunt famine from their doors, while gloat Rule, reported a resolution, which was wouldn't get up, n. nirfuii r.r in rrriltint, II runs IT hoara Sores, fit's.-- , l'toa hence the destruction, as .Mains. wilh en "iii'litif, sint will lot r. modest to give the names of the happy Scire .Mpplra, tn ing over their increasing capital and pro passed, providing that Saturday of each we Thia ii llw etrturr ml, ami WaKh. I In llintt's Wtlrh.lrwi might have telegraphed you in time to liiilceu every form oi virriidl I.ttom'1 Watch, lh IWt Mairl., tu tltul Uitl'a "Would it not be sound couples in project. They are. Mr. C. B. iGc investments. W lch In Urt. Wtlrh It week shall be devoted to the consideration avert the disaster. I poo or tho ltilUTli (.'1UUTION scari. It rur1 v ent.r rfnH of HMl) tffMlrfnl lttr r taijr Engleman and Miss Pattie Adims, an I Mr policy on the part of our legislators to in- of local hills, on which day the roll of im nnnw i it mm t trtrt Kprnlui, Sivlimy. Mltr Joint, U With ChUgM tft-- il, 4Hi'riri-- (OMMBKlUl. Willi Our Dramatic Club is a success They I tl,. augurate a system which would restore a members shall be called and each member will give a John Pearl, of London, Ky., mu Miss Lui i ouiiurr, nitrites Horn Hoof 111- .UiiU.J llt..U) 1 i"t cu nt. public exhibition on Saturday raarf, 1'oot Hot, hcrfw Worm, sirali, J Pullins and the cere inony is tinned to proper equilibrium between our resources be allowed to cill up one local bill. On night, March 'J9.h. We IIollntT 11 urn, tclir., tVlud- ANOTHER OFFER. hope our friends cnua, nvivin, inruili, ICIuclKiiie, lake place at the residence of Mr. Willis and our necessities? A bonus to the actual no other day can the regular order of buIwftt. HuUrriN-r- t lb. Ft Old H.rr, loll i:ll, (lint ilium 4 fi'MMl-- n-- ML ftut II.' Hi, lk (vM.tI. 'it- - itWEEKLY of Stanford and other part will patronize toollnb eetller hns been tried with flittering results siness be suspended except by unanimous Adams, Sr. Ed ) fry Ml fho orrupaitt r nllutriiC r. wt 4iMfltlnI, Willi (Ki. ut lb ctfi(. us as the proceeds go to liquidate the debt of the !!., whitli will dat t.1 Souii.li.ic uj.itriwbrt. Ilit wlilrlt NlorU Yuril ar Ilalilc. Rev. W. O Cochran and family i eturr.-e- d in our western borders. Additional and consent. This should have been adopted upon our college building. gaoil f.r nil t'ni lUr t ' w.k nmi The stage A41rit Iho .llnlrnit ,1Iulaitr I.lnliiirntf enlightened eflort would easily produce an the first of the session. Saturday from South Carolina, where niwuri curt'H nmi uuvi:r uuantxjiuLa THE COMMERCIAL, scenery was gotten up by the young ladies aud It is, poulUvoly, they have been for several week on a vh.it impulse in this direction, which would tell Senator ilallam introduced a joint of the Club and far surpassos anything of LOUISVILLE. Kt I) G.SUtigfter started to Hot Spring, with glorious eflect on our national pros- resolution, looking to the appoitment of on the kind I ever saw outside of a. regular perity and our national safety. The mass- special joint committees to consider matMonday. Mitsee Lillie and Ann.-- Bin.es, theatre. The buck scene espec itlly is per V of Owiiigsville, Delia and 1.1a Katusef, of es under the existing system are merely ters of prime importance to legislation to OF ALL ftctly beautiful. The young ladies dethe serf of capital. Give them a separate report nt an adjourned tension of the LegisRichmond spent a few days heie with serve much credit for their untiring zeal existence and an end to accomplish, an inTHE INTERIOif JOURNAL lature, to convene on the first Monday in aid "ill please accept the thanks of the friends and relatives. J. R. Wearen. vii. dependent position, a stake in the common November assistant depot sgent, hs gone to Hanie A K next; to consider only such th L.ilt?ll community, country. Then will be realized the bright matters as shall be committed to the spe- entire Station to take charge of the i tEee there Dogs broke in upon Hunly Singleton's visions that our fathers saw. Then will be cial committees. The resolution proposes during the absence of J G. Sailer, he Vi'ekly Courier- F03 HAN OB BEAST. sheep last Monday night and demolished seen the glorious future for which our fath- adjournment of the Legislature on the 20th en the sick list. for Hill On jrsr ! p'i-- f nlr St-lalmost the entire tbek and never ceased tuors ttia'i thr prlr. wf in. ers labored. of March. their slaughter until daylight, when the; OBITUARY. Ms. Carlisle, in his speech before the Uj ty will rrrrlfs ttr on jear were driven off by Mr. Singleton, who forNOTES Or CURRENT EVENTS. ur wuh ili I .iirrr liiurnal, llm .Free Trade Club at Philadelphia, while The death tf Mr. John II. snd Mrs got to carry his gun and went to the scene a'lti. nw.(wr nf . onU. ilstwirral-- j Mutlingly of Nicho. of destruction unarmed arguing in favor of free trade, waB itrj f if 'suit 'rve-i'- i unv, an.l III. lcl, . ("mores the pit;") M illie West, occurirg so i toc-her(r-l'- T I "I a 'lot 'II ill t'nltlil Ul conservative in his expressions. lie oppos- laiville, and Joseph Spalding, cf Lebanon, and the curs escaped I h m whuiliwirs fell withMartlingeraphisis on the In fximlae a taiaJo a'i. f 1'is t unharmed. There is coramu J jri.l rati I J il Itu tL(v. j which would disturb trade died Tuesday. ed any measure certainly some legislation needed upon this nity. Age was not a factor in the trsgedy, Mr. Hewitt offered a bill to stop the suhjtct and and finances and declared himself for refthe question is simply this: Mr. Adams being hut 10 snd his wife 4.1 ormation in the tariff, not revolution at coinage of silver dollars and issue $1 and "Which is the most profitable to the people y ars. The former was brought up in Gar-rar- d present, but having that as the ultimate $2 bills ins'eid. county and was connected with some of Kentucky, dogs or sheep?'' I think it Cindy known as "Rye and Rock." be- is a object until the power of taxation is used question that ejttj Kentucky repre- of the best famllie nbout Lancaster; tl only for proper purposes On the whole ing analyzed at Brooklyn, contains fusel sentative should take into strions consider- - latter wb k daughter of Mr. In Sheep, Rutin and Turkey Imdlngr. Bimhrod f ii .0 jjt t we believe the sentiments of the speech are oil in two pounds to the extent of the fatal a,,9a- Cjiilpn.nn nf 1A.L. InMtn jjowi I, l many !" is such that all democrats should be willing dose. WCSSTrjfSy timable Mlities and both hd many wrm ifhtJAL-i.jj- r nmUhiMirfirjt EDI "'w DANVILLE. BOTLE COUNTT. At Harrisburg, Vs., Readjustee hnd nun to subscribe to. A war tariff in times of -and earnist friends Mr West Imd a C0 . f .JF.L1 wiru and determined an immense The hens, disgusted at the low price at far peace, wresting millions of useless taxatiou OICTWNAHyt'si?nLMHT ajvenl years in ahaitrred health and vote for the republican nominee for which eggs have betn selling in D.mville, from the people, ought not to be per ti bene- - much of ihe burden of a voung nnd President. W have ''struck" and hen fruit ran now be numerous xmtted to stand on the stitute books. family devolved upn tht- - devo-teBerjimin Gratz, whose sister is raid to bought at no price. THE STANDARD. i mother. Well and bravely the bote A Eill is before the Ohio Legislature to have been the original of ''Rebccct, the f2.T?TT1 Wrbatrr It . 1 1 R.OOO v; on U. The Biyle County Medical Society a., n Nwi AXJUJl 300U require all the hangings to be done in the Jewess," in "Ivacho," died Monday at met at (lilcber' Hotel on Tuesday; nearly that burden; with a true mother's ins'tincis Mliitrratililral IlMl n.irr. she was ready ever to sacrifice herslf to t I'r i,.iti TT8tan 'ard In titt penitentiary. The reason assigned for the Lexington, aged ninety-two- . XXjLJCJ VlOOOr j,lr. r I' all the members were present. The princi-m- l '. w.t promote tl.e comfort and eijiynient of her bill i that the usual execution is 83 bung-lingl- y A memorial to Congress for the estab- Iff.iiv illirtiirin diiictiS'iinn wa lli tirmnil snl of " ik.aluiiilly itttiM(rtit T5 done that a man should be employ- nsnmeni oi me poe.m (e.egrap3 was oe- - c,laDJ5e , the ,chdule of fees. Changes youthful charge. Five children, two of Hi'.t JDXfiSJL Tl'.At hrli. , S( lieiyl(s. whom are girls, survive. They have delll.'lts m lttl(lfS. ed who will make the fcience a study and featedbyavoteof 41 to 35 in the lower were sgre.d upon, but what they Tim Wnntof nltcllulilo Diuretic, were is cided to ' - t . S. KnW'Ut, reman together and muiuilly aid Wli.cli. wluii- - acm x ni a siniini.it)t of tho Suprt-ini- . n business. This might be well enough if house of the Iiwa Legislature veaterdiy. tniirt. Hr . rnn..r. l.i I f Mf not vet i;nown. kid:ny. irritntia rciliinor by llottt tliriu, .Sup'l. nf.Scll.Hila InaOhUla, each other in life's uncertain conllict. In they ever hung anybedy in that State, but -T-hexew ork ttmld calN Carlisles I'm? since ui'ihi. ir iter's The tTpeg Jn TllefJs,, m3,,e "A LIBRARY IN ITSELF- .This llnr nirlirlnr eartts Miimseti Hitters thi", their heroic resolution, they have the Judging from the record, a public hangman a speech oi disunion, the Jlerald thinks it ,he ei,!nfer of this column Tlinlatf.t s.llllfn.ln thecuani 'rnf tnf'rr It Dr Atho rciiilto ilrirriu of Miiiiulutioti iiiki ., r. ... . cordial sympathy and wc trust will cnin contains, Is U'lierisJ to l the larcc.t would be a sinecure. If very man who senBioie anui me can contrss's us conserva- - i W. Johii'tone had returned from (inrans withnut rtxlurinic Irrilatlnn, Warsaw, Ihe hearty Htil n. far txilrr 'litnl for Hie of this people deserved it, however, were to feel tha hal tism with Henry Wotlerson's radical ex- - when tl.e truth is that the doctor Ith3000 more Vrdri iI.ik. tter Hum ntiiimlira fil r M it ints uflin lurm- to Dn-.ia- , dil not among whom their early childhood has p'wirti-- l ague, urn! th nutiilr cf Ijigrnr.j- - )u , , it., r AtiM ter draw, there would be more business predion can ItKti, nary, the capital of dismembered Poland, been pawed I'V It visit kimlfiil iliaraoit, mv all rurcil 1 la an and who have hjen and are anil rrllal.tr- - sclmr.l. Mr L L. Warren, of Louisville, late but the city of Xaeenw, in the than one man could attend to. ioi s.tle 1j nli Drnir u ami iKsurs l!titih the witntsies of their terrible bereavement. tuu.trrtotlicMliiiln fatnlljr. - ,V .i. Kimuli merchant an 1 banker, who distinguished West Indies, ard it wt therefore the latter WARMLY INDORSED BY New Jersey has just aglooished l.er W. himself by Jonating more than a hiindrnl cily such liltli authorltlr. n Wrichtsihdiah Vegetable Pills 'Jut he returned from self on the hog question. She reports havftro. llnnrriirt, It. W. Kuiiranir. Frith. At Brcdhead,on the morting of thousand to the magnificent church on Kllll TIIK Brcwnfiel.l, of Harrods. Mr D.iiii-Win. II. rrrarolt, ,loliu ei. WlitKUr, ing slaughtered '23 herd -- the number is March 7ih, 1SSI, the cold snd icy finger .Tiihn I.. .'Mntlrv. Broedsray, did Wedr.esdiy, W. II. tlnui'lla. t the ripe burtr.snd Mis Alice Parks Parksvllle, ob- of not very astonishing to a Kentuckinn ,. fJ. Iliillaml. llntlrck, death touched little Cecil, the only age of 70 II. II. htnart, .laiiirn T. 1 IrliU, tained lirei to marry Thursday morninr-Th"amid the crash of music, noise of artil I'.ira Ablxil, (Irn, I. .Mnrsli. child of J Ci and Bettie Fiiih, aged 13 Of a family of eight persors who d marriage was announced to lake place Wm. T. Harris, lery ard the shculs of a tlousscd specta1'. Ilnttlir. " It hai all all n ki t a a few years ago in the euberbe of Louis-vil- the same evenirg at he residence of the months, rnd that sad hotir brought sor- And nil Cilious Complaints i. u .tvl tin tors." The point stem to be that the lot i w million hrlnK It fairly in. UmIij -- Lrm rKy vjr4Vlf . row to their heirts, t tl.e dear Lord hid Saftft' take. Ik seven have died with smll-poin bride's parents. Mr. H. S. Calloway and rT r 1M2. Tmu, Junt, AM rtt averaged vl6 pounds, the heavicit speciIda I uftl.rUKnl U ri'iw i; rlI, a! a f--' ari last few days, and the C'J. says the Miss Belle b'elch obtained the nccesssay a lace in heaven for him, and the time men reaching 1,000. The product wub ap- the illtlnnal nwt, Willi III NIMIN had come to remove him, just hs he uns chances are very much against the re license to marry an the 17th imt. plied to victualing a whaling voyage. PATENT REFERENCE IXDEX, beginning to make home happy with hi covery of the sole survivor. i. ia Mil luanl tlmr mrinclr . t i On Monday after the report of that "Thi- - jtrratrst lni'n.irmi nt n .A CoMoriESjiONAL caucus will be called r L r sweet and childish ways and fill their From Mr. Bedford remarked Wednesday in day closed twenty shares of Central ami lllooil Dlieair., i,t l.u Ik i n :i.J hi a Im.i in n - it.it .rinua,e'lirnlr t Lungs, ami A!Trctln,tVU t'miall-lulliin- a hearts with jy- How dark the mysteries . to meet next Tuesday evening, when the House that Mr. Randall was so narrow ftC. MERRUM A CO.. Put- s. Hrr'i X- Bink stock were sold at $108 and llrikrii IIiikii Speaker Carlisle is expected to present a between the eyes that he could look with fifty shares the same at 5201 j all to over such a visitation as thi, one of o rriuaami Wraanra.iif Ihe MIUnra,lllai. L'rlunrjr Onrana,a.k your DrurKlH lur drrt OIIVSJ. "W. resolution declaring it to be to the interest both eyes through a and Mr. Mr. Tieman, of New York. Same party much suflering to him and grief to others. SOOTT'B Xr. woato iiNOWNto tncino NO. II, I tl... e nu ikuuw .!. T III of tho party to pim the Morrison bill and Randall responded that he could to: wi iuru never matte a bought on the same day 10 share of stock nut will urge its adoption with a strong seecb. tho Colorado gent'eman in either wit in the Farmers National at $101 and Mr. mistike, His sufferings were vrry href Mr. .Randall and his friends will oppose it or yulitarity. ftj. O. Baugbman ten shares of same at ere death came to claim h'n victim, all NEW YORK, 18B4. fVVttla XMioaixl.na-aaai,- ) with all their might and main, but without earthly lies were severed in one slot week It seems now ai if the fiht about the S1C1. A BLOOU. UHAIN (c NEKVE TONIC. What a day or an hour may bring we If roof DnmKl.tdo.. not avail, as a large majority is said to be in Kentucky Central is coming to a head k him toonl.rlt It Alvoul slily million copies nt Tn it fi'.i ktr The tffice of the Danville Tribune will e'ura.Ilrt-- r and none nut r,f uur establl.huient il'inng the p.il 12 favor of Ihe bill. The bond and stockholders who have form-e- J be moved from its present location about knoiv not. May the bereaved onei be en foryou. tl. Pr botlls.Dlacoftry of roodaia timta, MMllral lthaeiral.t with full particular, addr.u tnontba. Knr i. the syndicate will attempt to prevent a the first of .April, perhspa to the room abled to bow etibmisively and eay: "Thv CHAB.m,hUI, If jmi eiluinrs Senator Blair, of New Hampshire V. 80OTT M.D., Knnans City, Mo. cifaHTh were tn paste en.l to en I U theyear buns printed an I tod la.l jmi will, O, God, be done," remembering their by themeelves F'ifg the lse Dr. SCOTT S Z.IVJCH TILLS. spoke four hours on the educational bill receivership wouM get a cnllnii'iu. H. E. Samuel's drugstore, and perInlrrralluc next to common miihi wNImn, souuil iI'Mlrlrmaml debt, regirdle8s of the heavy stockholders haps to the store room of P. E Sullivan lost U his gain. They will no longer beTuesday, and of all the dry harangues ever 1SS1. ane wit inrgmough t" remli Imin I'rintlni: II on so aquare lo the lt of Mnunt eipi tilom In the delivered before in the Senate Chamber, it who hold out of the agreement to be as opposite the Central hotel, most probably hold him, ntr walk the rough paths of ninoii. then hack tn I'rlntln; liru-- e riiart-- anil this world by his side, may they meet him is said to have been the dryett. It is need-lea- s sessed. They will then become owner of to the last named room. Messrs. Linney of the way in k to the tnwiu then again. to add that it drove the entire body, Lthe debt, and as creditors will demand a A Perry, it is said, will open a grocery and when the etorm of life is o'er. S cknes Hut The Hun Is written for the Inhabitant n ILLUSrHATED. with the exception of six members from Bile or the road. Then they will either confectionery where the 'Dibune office kept me from being with him. Ob, it is the earth; this sme slrln of Inicllfgeree would girdle the kIoIki 27 or '.'( ti nee hard to realize I shall never see him agiih tbecapitol, and these six spent their time buy it in, or if outbid, will in any case, now is lletery buyer nf The nun ilurlPC the la.tytir heail of American waa spent only one hour on r It, anil If hi. Harper's Lot stockholders outside Mr. J H. Kngleman has named his on earth, but if we are faithful we will llltiMratril Weekly .tanil.at thelly of the syndicate in opening and answering letters. wrekly j.mrna'a In uniurtliuin gramlfiilher h.u Hnt aiulher hour, this wlAicr . Its pmliion In pollllcs, lis ailmliahU Illustration-This meet him in the last day. look to themselves. colt born last week, "Cleopatra." ha. alfirdid the litim.n rate tklrleeu thou-ran- d careliilly choani aerlila, .liott .lorlri, .kelciie., Secretary Lincoln is said to have gotyiuranf slendr rcidlni; tiight am day. colt as heretofore announced is out of "Then wby let our tears la eorrcw Hew ami cnutrlhiildl by tho forrinost artist, It Is only by lll'le caltulatioii. like thtse tkat MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. ten his spinal column up and declared anil aulhuraof 'he ilay, t carrira In.triirllon ami we rau form any Idea o I the When OckI recalls bli own, Gregory, the dam of Sandford Keith Lidy driu'a'ln of enti'rulmiienl to ihountiJ. of American home.. moat pnpular of American tifwip.ii.eri, or of tbe Us And tilda him leare this world of woe, that rather than sign the order reinstating Managed by Jno. B. Fish. It wIIIhIwiu. M the tlui of llm mibllihcr to InUuenceoii ili opluluut and nclluus of Aintrltan by Cuyler. Wakefield, Ferris: A Gilmore For aa Immortal crown. he mi.t imuularanil men unil woinrn. make the llari'r't Weekly Fitz John Porter he will resign. Then let been ytry prevalent in sold on Tuesday to U. S, ReeJ, of LaMeaslei hive attiactlve l.tmlly uew.iiatier In the wtrlil, niiJ, In Tha bun I. ami will continue to In a newspaper How ibort the rare jour child has run him do bo. The country can pull along this community in a mild form. the pursuance or tlili ilenlun, to present a constant which tells the truth without fear ol CMiiequenrrs grange, Ga., a brown 1 year old gelding, 15 ImiiriiTPiiieni In all lhi. i l.aturc. which bare which Cut down In life so toon, l at the f.ict. ro til 'Iter bow touch the him. Besides, his only claim to without Muson N Langford sold a rair of hands high for $175 Italneil for It themnflil' nee, seinpithy, niul .up-- process coil., whlih rep Robt. Wright sold ire res of all the Tbe course hut jciteiday Lugtio, port of Its large army of reader.. public favor is on the strength of being the aged mules to Chuff Clark for $300. worbl wllho'it waste of wunla and In tho Imiwt to enine parly, a horse of the eania descripNow linlihfd In tbe tomb. readatile sliap, whlci Is wurtiri with all lu eon of his father. Jailer Houk, on an order from Judge tion, C years old for $1C5 hesrl fjr the curt nf honest guserninent, nnd Then let your sorrow, cca.e to flow, ire Mlf that the llrpilbllcan HARPER'S PERIODICALS which therefmid uui.l rei In thi. (nnilug year ofiir-t- y Mils. Annie B. Cook, the accomplished Barr. of the U S. Court at Louisville. As Fred Mneonheimcr, the proprietor (lol ha. recalled hit own. gn muit go, our Urd, IfHI Hut let your heart In erery woe, I'KIt YEAIt. librarian, died at St. Joseph's Infirmary, delivered Mason Holcomb to the marshal, of the Woodbine Restaurant, was biting If you kuow The Hun, you like it alnady, ami 00 Magazine Harper's J! Still ny, 'Thy will be done'." P.M. of consumption, Wednesday who departed for Fcrt Smith with him last off a chew of tobacco on Tuesday morning Louisville, It with iucminmi-- l diligence ami Harper's Weekly i 0) you will real wlnt Is sure tn bi the moat Interest-In- g jiront dining nipht. She was a woman of great energy Monday night. Jas. 8. White accompan- his teeth struck a hard substance and on loO Harper's llazar In it. hi. lory. Ifynu iln not yet know Heii Weddixo Cake. Arabella "How Harper's Young People The inn, It is high time tn get Into the lucihlne. I SO and determination nnd was posiessed of a ied them as a guarJ. extracting it from the plug he found it to kind it was of you to print such a nice nc Harper's Franklin Hquare Library, one year The bridges on the Kentucky Central be a piece of enameled tin on which was fascination which wen her friends every 10 00 (S2 Number.) where, Rnilroad are about all finished. The con printed the tollowing: "On receipt of this ticoof my wedding. I told you, didn't I, foliage Free to all sub'icrlbcrs In tbe United ti;kms to mii. sunscimicns. A Commotion is excited over the cape of struction train will be able to cross the last slip with render's full name and address that I made my wedding cake myself?" State. or Canala. The sereul t Ittnti. nt The Sun are tint by nail with the first Editor ''Ye; but it was unnecessary. I The Volumes nf the Weekly u boy in whose pocket any coin deposited one next Mondsy. There are abjut 5 we will send by return mail, tiee of charge, postpaid, as fo'lnws: ol acli resr When n i Iuii.y l there became fused and was taken out a miles of track to lay yet befire they get to a Waterbury Old Honesty Watch. John knew nt once that it was made by your fair Number lor .Isiimry be umler.loil that thi time day cdltlnn,t7triit. a month, a year; wltb Sunlstiitntloneil, It will wlbea to ritiiiiient-- with the Number humuy hlithi pag.s. TI.Ii shapeless raw, This is not so strange. the junction of the L. & N and on this Fn zer, Bros,, Louisville, Ky." Fred In- hands." fnrnUhra next alter receipt of oriler. beiurreiii iiew.. ne wtrm. epiclal artlilrs ol Wo have a pocket in which coin melts there are several land tli.les which it will closed the slip in a letter to Finzer, Bros., nf llarer's excpilonal lntrret to everybifr, and literary Arabella "Then the piece I rent yon arThe tail Tour Annual Volutin in neat clnih tilndlns. will lie biii by revlus.of uew boiksof the tilgntnt merit, tl a take considerable time to remove. Five and soon expects to bo able to tell you what rived safely. Did yo.ii take it home and mail, nway entirely. hiskp puhl, nr tiy expreta Iris it expense yinr. bridges have been erected in the laet wile time it is. (lirorldol thplrelKhiiloea imt exretil one dollar dream over it?" Wekklv SI year, right piges nr tbe beet An excellent article from the Cincinnati volume. per vuluiiie), l"r ! 7 00 Kditor-"W- ell, and a half which they have gone over. natter ul I he the dslly lunc; aU Agrirulturnl no. You ?ee I need it in Cloth ('area f r eucli Volume, ailtable for Commercial-Qaztii- t Mr. SamWarren came down from on the urgent need of til ucfiunltei Talue, special market will bu sent br ninll. iilraM. on receipt nf Ths creditors of Warnacut & Shu- Someiset on Wednesday and on Thursday the office " atal literary. sMentldc ai d duuisallu In in Ohio isjuHas apthe whipping-poe- t SKoentb. mak 1 Iih Waekly miii Hie ifrspipor for UtiiiltiancesboiiM li'ius'leby ' nv.f)i!ice MonArabelh-"W- hy, mate, (merchants at Hartsville, this coun returned, taking with him Mrs. Warren. for?1' what plicable in Kentucky and we wish our inn rarmer. hnuiidioM . Toclu . of leu vrl th tlO ey Order or Drift in arl I cliiinee ol lots. extra Editor "It makes n lovely paper newspapers ate nui in v ny inn auitriisruieiii lu Addre copy free. Legiflature woa manly enough to adopt ty) have sued oat attachments against Mr. Warren recently purchased the drug . If. Ji.fl l.tXIl, I'uMIs v er, without tlieexprew 'inter nf llarixr A Hrotneri, them for several hundred dollar'". The store of D C. Neat in the capital of Pulas- - weight." one. Pniladelpliia Call.' A IIHO HI KIM. New YorkThesuti..Vew York City, AaJn-II iKI'EIt -- WvrrEittON's proclamation to the effect that all democrats in and out ofCongres, whe will not subscribe to the Morrison Tariff Dill, can shoulder bag and baggage and walk the plank to the republican camp where they properly belong, is creating a great deal of comment, mainly because it is conceded to express the sentiments of the revenue reformers in Congress, for Mr. Watterson's had been in consultation all day with Carlisle, Morrison and the like While we are firmly convinced that ref ormation in the tariff is urgently needed and that it should be the main issue in the approaching presidential campaign, the dogmatic pronunciamento of the free trad ers is revolting ro the minds of tree men and instead of whipping the opposition into the ranks, we fear it will drive it further from us. If we elect the next President, we shall need all our forces and we want to see none of them ordered into exile by Watterson and other self appointed commanders. The Legislature adjourned to accept an invitation to the big Exposition banquet at Louisville and most of those who attended pledged their support in getting State aid for the enterprise. If each member, however, will give the $5 he drew from the State for the lost day, to the fund, it would help considerably and then perhaps an appropriation would not be needed. properly is now in the hands of the sheriff and will be brought to this place tod ly. The property attached consists of merchandise of vanoiu kinds. The members of the and N. M. Shufirm are Samuel Warns-cu-t mate, of Paint Lick. Mr. "Warnacut is now in Miss. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTt. Henry Miller sold to James Hutch ings his house and lot on Depot streets for $1,500. A. M. Iliatt sold to same pa:ty 3 acres of hnd near by for $300. The people ol Eisl End extend to the ciMzens of Stanford, who were so unfortunate as to lose their homes and property by fire, their most heartfelt sympathy. Mrs. A. B Foley is quite low of hert disease Her recovery i quite doubtful. Mrs. V. O. Hansford has opened a private school. She is a fine leichcr and deserves ki ard will tnako his home therein the fu turn. Mr. Richard Foley left for Kansas City on Tuesday morning, where he has business connected with the estate of a dc ceased relative. Mr. Norris Alexander, of New York, was here Wednesday nnd Thtir-da- y Mr. visiting his brother-in-law- , Louis Cohn. Mr. J. B. Nickels hsschargs of the otliceof the coal and lumberyard of McGoodwln, Harding it Co., opposite the livery stable of Wakefield, Karris & Co., on Main street. Mr. Wm. T. Guest relumed on Thursday a brief visit to Frankfort. Mr and Mrs. Eugene Lee went to Louisville Wednesday morning, called there by the death of Mr. L. L Warren, Mr. Lee's father. Miss McElroy, of Lebanon, is visiting the family of Mr. Nicholas McDonald, on Harrodsburg avenue. THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY THE BEST OF ALL GOMMEBOIAL. 1.1 VK, TOOGKUHIVE, I'Ol'ULAK. ONLY LINIMENTS TOR Tho Cheapest and llcst Family Newrpaer In tho Koutb, $1.00 A YEAR. MR AND BEAST. All tb Ksws AcTltMiltursI IVrHn'M Children's Cottier 'omrttlii Mtikil KtpciU )lkllug INTERESTING, To 01J INSTRUCTIVE, USEFUL, fc For mom than a tlilril o a oontnry tho Mexican Mu tniifrl.tiitiiiantliaabcen I known to millions nil over tho world nt i I ho nnltr fulfil ii.llnnn.n f.ir tlm Tullrf nfl ... vw .vv - - aroiuonta nmi pnln. it la n mcxllalnel I iilxivo prloo unit prnlao the of Its h iiiiu x ut u vurjr loria oi external pair m nl ToODg silk. SuUrrllw II. lat MEXICAN -- MUSTANG lusSSSul , LINIMENT ONLY S3.SO. !! .! ll Urn-cas- lirnl-'witho- ut tntlr i jr, ! 'rl THE BEST miuii1 oi.il1. nation LINIM 1 Juiinml wn HOSTETJE iri-- null i'ir jt- -ii 1 r WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED v T ""m. iii '" -- 'a, j ArMmiKis. mass-meetin- g h-i-- wmm&mm. "vJ23i8 tSESCSS 7 mttwm&EZzmfflu sai k,v.' &&sm E m ct Fitters LIVER Hi-ar- IIIU TrCy""' WlrtHtn jrl fr ! ' . i'iht plr .- IIh-m- . 1 nt e Iltf.. e se'-tlt- Ki-iii- e, Ira-li- ' x .(. SUFFERERS ti-- ul Ili-nli- -- ef-M- key-hol- e; cop-wit- GOGA.BEEFHRON ip TZKEjSTTIISr lru inlur-motio- n, Harper's Weekly, jr t-- t rV er 1 1 Wi-k- ly, ir bliul-Ini- r. lelll-gui- ce at "w Semi-SBtwhl- fi for May Chicago Wednesday. seed, New York aecd potatoes Mr. M. A. Goode aold to Ed Carter, Stanford, Ky., March 21, 1884 and onion sets, at T. It. Walton'. 15 head of feeder ill $45, ' lliu aprlng lot of Ziigler Bros, shoes for Burgess A Gentry aold at Lexington LOCAL NOTICES. both sexes juat received ntS. II. Shanks'. 18 large mule nt $200 each. ii Buv Painth of Penny A McAlIster. There are 2,000,000 head of cattle in Siiaffeh will move hia gallery to garden reeds at McKoberls Landhktiis th.e Stale of Kanaka, valued at $50,000,000 May 10th. Take notice all you A 8f.KR. B F. Hay den aold lo J. M. Coffey. 11 LANDiitrrus Garden Keed at Penny A who want good picture. bought Wm. $ntmor$ournHl A hanimomr line of qurenswaro juai CnrranV. re LAND, STOCK AND CROP ceived at Bright Wheat wan down to 04 Oaiiden Hustonslllf, the town guardians held a in sirt of ;ro re nata nppointed J, P. me-iin- h On Monday, after the fight of Sunday g, Win-cheat- McAlIster. calvea at $22, nnd of Joe). ITaah Hor Cholera Cure. A McAlIster vole ajcenta, Penny A er by ca.h or note. Tiik Lincoln county counterfeiter of every thing in the sent to the Detroit Penitentiary. line at Penny A McAliater'a. jewelry petition for a new trial ia atill p jnd Hon-u- ;, cillle, sheep and poultry powing. der for sale by McHoberta A Stagg. Ncwahadea of ready mixed palnti for "Otm Io id Youn Gain." We will I! KAN I) new Mock Cop-pag- Ct.oE your account with Penny for a feeding mechanism, for springer for $10. roller mill, purifier, Ac, haa been grant In the caae of Lewia ed Mr. II. C. Pott, of Lancnter. against the K. C. Itailroad A patent Ball, a Cunningham for killing a jack, the jnry awarded damogts for $1,-were 200, Ihe full amount claimed. Bourbon New atock of saddle) and harncra damaged hj the tire at city prices and giye you a discount of 20 per cent. Cah only. W. It. Carson A Son, LancaaUr atreel. Why don't tome of our merchanta bring on aome oleomargerine? Anything, even PERSONAL axle greaae, would be an improvement on Mns. M. I). Elmouk, who haa been the average butler expoeed in thla market. vrr ill, ia Improving. The maker ought to do arhamdl to ofler Mies FilK Yraokk, of Providence, audi stuff for aale. ia with her aunt, Mn I M Ilruce. Owl.vo to the forgetfulnea of the jiern n Mil, V. .V.Faui.oI the Mt. Salem iicigliliOrliooi!, was supposed to be dying who at lend! lo It, the mail for the Kentucky Central waa not delivered a, the poat last night. office here in lime for the train Tueaday, Mn. A. Andeivon, our obliging correspondent, wa attending Court although it had lieen prepared, and our patron along that road wete kept out of Wednesday. V.. It. Ciicnault l from the paper a day. It wont happen again. back Mil. Kantu to are hia plater, Mra. Montgomery--, I.v a comteat between the Fu rat A Ilrad who ia crippled. ley, Cuwedy and Champion Sulky Plow, Mi-- a Minnie Chow, who haa been on the farm of Benedict Spaldinr, (he vititmg relatives In Hardin countv, relum- Champion win declared the winner and the ed yesterday, bringing with her Mra. Jaa agent, Mr Geo. I). Wearcn, i much elated. T Crow, of tliat county. He told two plow on the gronnd on the Mr. C. W. Thomson, of Harrodaburg, strength of il. representing the Liverpool A Imlon A Drrt-TL. P. McWhorter, J. II. Aaher, Olohe, ia a fair and gentlemanly man to do Jaaon Iblling and Oliver Brewer arrived business with and he adjuated all hia lo'a satisfactorily. Mr. T. A. Manning, of the iiere Wednesday from Clay county with Pheenix, I a lillle dixred lo le a trifle tro five prisoner, ordered here for rafe keepclose but he i rleter fellow for all that. ing. Three tf them are convicted of houatburnicif and aenter eel to the peni LOCAL MATTERS. unitary aa follow: Stephen Peter, two Sosji.-tiii.vnew in Flower Pola at year; Jairu Cnech, three and Sam Creech four year. They have appealed their caa T. It. WallonV ea and are to Le held to await the reunite. A mn line of field and garden seed juit Sim I)earn, for murder, ha alicrdy rpent in. Hright ACurran. a long lime here. Tbe jury hung In hi V. II. HigginaV cae and he ia to awail another trial. John A Nkw door lock at Sixemore, held a a conspirator in the murYou should see it before buying. der of Hiram Aher laat September, ia the TitK tiorst assortment of cheiitg and laat of the lot. They were brought down amnklng tobacco in town cm lie found at heavily chained and manacled aa If they S. S. My era'. are a very bid lot. . I.eaii George II. Ilrutxs A Co'., fire Tin: Insurance adjuate have hem to them for bargaina buay thia week. and and .ltna Tie Pi.n-nimcli aa were never before uttered in Stau-for- aettled with A A. Warren on police Dan-Title m o k-d. x X aprinn trade at McltobertaA 8tai;j'e. Watchm, Clock and Jewelry and warranted by Penny A McAlIster. Foil rorhf, rolda, Ac, use Compound Syrup While Pine. Put up In 2Jc and 60c Trial site 10c. Mcllobert A bottle. Stage. cloe out our Mercede, the celebrated Holatein cow, valued at $10,000, and with the gnateat milk and butter record in the world, died Tuesday. She was the properly of T. B. Wale, of Iowa City. At a sale in Clark, work cattle sold at $130; common ewes at $5 40 per head; CO lo 100 lb ahoats $3 to $5 and corn In crib $3 per barrel. Hoga for Apl , 15, delivery sold at $0 per cwt. Jos. P. Itngera bought of T. F. Slier ritt 2,000 bushel of Itusaet potatoes at 15 cent per bushel at the pilch, and of Cri Allen 500 buhel at 20 cent on the Georgetown Time. car Gkohoetown Couiit. About 150 cattle on the market, the best selling nt 5 About 100 mule offered; work cent atock selling from $200 to $325 per pair. Good demnn-- l for plug horses, end selling at from $10 to $S0 per head, At the sale of the effect of tbe late Jacob Sidener, in Fayetto county, sheep brought from $ 50 to $5.75 per head; hog 5 cent-- ) per pound; yearling cattle $40 per head; feeding cattle nearly aix cent per pound. Twenty head of mules, two year old this spring, in bad condition sold at $85 per head. In Cincinnati all kind of cattle but atockers and feeder are rather dull. The quotations are: Common to medium 2 GO good to extra hutchrr 5 to 5 DO; com to mon to choice shippers 5 to 0.35; stnekera and feeders 4 J to 5, Good butcher hogs are in demand, other claes dull. Prices range from 6 to 0 for common, lo $0 90 to $7 35 for bet butcher ar.d shippers. Sheep are strong at 3 to G Yearling lamba firm at 5 lo 5. 1 Goode (own mar-dia- l, had Grur Minor and proceeded to try him. It i not clear from the pleading whether the offense cnnaialed in the violence done to Jerry, or In hi failure to finiah the job by extinguishing hi adversary. At any rate the classic Cnar was fined some $8. There is some talk of invoking clemency on Ihe cround of unconati nfon-alit- y in the whole prncicding. Minoi claim that the whole thing wa tz pout facto inasmuch aa there wa no living municipal law nt Ihe time of the odins, and that the official-- ; who manipulated the case were created simply with h view to utilize an opportunity e THE FIRE -- Has left ub with SEW tDVKrtTIKEMF.IT-- -. TO INSURERS. Thltli lotertlfr lliat Mr. .1 P Slncleton for the Hi Ion In. Co, n' riillutrlphln rmchrd hereiio th l!ili Msicli, DPI nnd adjusted wllta ius tn mj- - rDtlrr mil, faction the Ion on my In Sunfiird. Ky which were dfslroy-- d liy Ilreoulhe nlKhl nf itin lath Inst. I cheer-full- y nooininstid eald Cumor lo ill who lure irnprty t' Imiire. Joo. M. I'blllra la aged at Btnufo d. 23ttf. T. M'.JlIt.LKIt. ntnre-rooii- ii $8,000 WORTH OF GOODS, Worth of goods, and no place to continue bueinesp; and aa our atock is principally WHAT TBE ODD FELLOWS SAY. We till- - uri'lers'Bnwl f'ntiiinlt'", sppnlctrd lir No. IM, I. (). O. V. do hereby th MnforJ certify thai tin- - Insurance on our Hall, lusurrd In the I'nanlx if llariford tiiouith their agent, M. (I. Ni'luusand liuroed In trtrrcvnt fire lias heou setllnl to sn amount exceeding tbe turn the policy oils for by !.VI. icd with lo erode our thanki tn this corixMilon lor Tit till AND ritO MPT ACTION. NEWS PRING GOOD Wo can not afford to hild them for re building, but have determine to iVit .1. .1. B. E. V. MIOWN, HKiOINS, A. AM.I.N. I jn hereby ertlfy that the loss iui!altiel by in- - frimi the recent fire hat been aillclorilr liljui'nd In eery rtleular by the J'hunlx ol imriiuru, mruugu meir ageni .m. A. A. W'AUJIKN. u refills. SACRIFICE Them Lincoln Circuit Court. IMI. TIIUKSDAY, MAR. 20. In tho matter of Geo, I. Wearrn and Jennte Weireu, b!s wife, et jurle. Thli rxiltln.i wii fitrd In open Court whe'e It wa ordervl by the Court that notice be u'jMhel f ir al lent Inn day- - In thedivit- - iViiik-i.- y IhTKKion JocaniL that (Jem? I) Wearen anilJeniite V aren bla wife hare tiled the ir p In tlie clerk's offlte of this Court irayloR enjny, iwll and the Court lo emiiower her to con fry fur her o n leiu h'. auv proie ly she may own cir(iulre, free from thedtlm or debt of her husband, to make ronlracts, sue and b tued as a sltiKle woiuau lo trade la bf." own dbuh-- , and to MAHCII TEKM, rat'itr tbai hold as'ngle item Ion.Mr than u". We have become reconciled to tbe I033 that is boucd to result in the closing of this atock, but knowing that there is nothing saved by holding, -no will commence e O JDJT SUING ar"M dls3eof A her protwrty by will or deed. HUSTONYILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. roj y. Attest JT.iS. I'. II J 1LEY, Clk. The sitting of the Circuit Court haa exerted the usual depletive influence on our streets- - A portion of our people are litigants, some are on the juries), some are wltnises and the rest sre "gone uViInj!" Sim C. Wet having assumed the business conducted by hi father, give notice that he is receiving a full line of under lUlllon, taker's good. Being provided with a Punn. y Mantord, Ky fcaled ITSby bred by Char).. Mersencer Chief tlreil atnountin;to $1,000 for ?1,220.CC; Pha-nihearse he will answer funeral calls at any tire of Maud iir r. rec ird 2 20; Marvel, record V. II. llH.fiiNH baa hia atock inahape to .r.n and Home of Xew York gave George hour . o'd record,en2 JS, ((ui, k, A! Abdallah, fifth licit heary tn L. B. Adam i busy trying to rid , Mart; e Stewart, 22J call at wait on you all. Ill damigfcd roods will III Bruce A Co., $1,578 75 to be iquillv trial 2 still cither lTotnlMrv ''all devided letwien them; the Odd Fellow himself of the suspicion of having admit-isterc- oldKlrat dam Suite by ores, be l!ernl at quite a aicritlce. 2 20 Inel, anJ early that novel, hut impressive form of lliu slreiT Von Amlui, 'li'a m'd to (oiutiiudore git I ho full amount of ihtir 1,400 on their 110 0 0. Annc.ie. V.l; T. A.. 2:2fi; Kittson lor W. II. Higgiu' oath noticed in the lmt issue of this paper Yoiinsn lend, 2 2P Mlj;n il , 2.21K, Vlvandlerr, aold hi store Hall from the Pho-iix- ; C'oi. T W. Mil. LIU ha 2 29): Hentl-ret'wul 2i"; V.1 The thing ia all right. A stereotyjied col- 22S:full lirnther t (trrud the-f.tw found to be $000 hut and room on I.mcaater street adjoining the In loa inlerr, tbe Mm l "! Ju-ll- n 2 IIH (iloster, 2 IT Al'er. I 19; Bodm. word ia not ihe tfrioii Jot'RNAl. orlos to W. P Walt m 1omlon A Liverpool A Globo refined to lection of of an oath, necessary to reem lrjttr2 ,9; Hunter. 20; Amy,2 20J and it does pay but half of it, o he irametliately can- binding effect and a srtfrr morp In th- - 2 .V), cltis. for$"JO. th dam of Bertie ecotiddaui. Kitty Hiter-magiatrate whoever he may have (ilrl, celled hia policeo with them; the Union ol that the e.td 3 (ir record 2 7, Cot. Mn.l.rn haa already commenced of Maud Mesvn;er. 2 2n, by been got the adjuration into the strongest ami Penraylvaniapaid Col. Miller $l,SS5; D Maid, 2 II; ilnsallnd, clearing the foundation for a hand'ome Klaaa in the Manufacturer 2 2I1,, 1 U'jrnJ.ile, 2 22'' Aliuonl, Abdaljali Pilot-Aof Boston Urgtiae possible. brick building which be begun aa toon C. Wright received a few dsT Mr. J. hive not yet been able to settle and a auit dam by Ked J.k ket, 'lre of thdam of the Heather open. of to So, ia probable. The Iondon A Liverpool A since a box from Ixmilnn, England, which Kentucky Wllke I 21 and thn cran-ls2 and Kt "lisn.iire ol Phil l!iompon, Mu A. A. Waiiiun hi bought the in (llolx; and the PLu'nix aettled with the In contained among other article-- ) n nice fur record, 2 21) by Comet, by Sherman tereel of Mr. W. W Omley in the grocery teiuoi; JornNAL for $175. I(k, lied JackThe .V.na mull. Thia she presented to little Mirs K the sire ol Verm mi Itlaik trotters, the sire ot ban Allen aid many other of MetcalfA fUaley and the firm will paid Mra PortmanJn full, $S0O; the L. A Helen Allen, daughter of J. W. Hooker. et's dam waielml by a half brother to Click Hawk Abdallah art hereifler be Warien A Metcalfe. L AG. Ihe fjll amount of policy on A. It. It is a beautiful gift, highly appreciated on bentinel and Ahxi'udei' the. gmniWre both by of Maud llTslyk's Hatnhletnulan, 2 U4; St. Jullen, 2 IIW, account of ita value, but mninlv for the S 2 101,; Penny' furniture, $300. I have received a full lire of cloth, and 2 IT1,; Nellie, 2 jo; Ac., and Is sir of Dexter, ake of the giver. Mra. Wright is an En- (IraiiRn (Ilrl,ihe 2C, Oeory Wilkn, i 22 and thirty 2 casrimerea and am now reidy for the RELIGIOUS. glish lady, Rged and infirm, but surround others, villi reordsif .'Oanil Iwtter. Chief ni tired by Al!a hh Pilot, eireof Plckard, apring trade. Call ami examine good Too American Tract Society distribu2 IS1 .; Ked Jim. ed by mementora of her , Id recoid.V TS. 1st dam It. . J. ..H. Uupler, the Tailur. and styles. II. C. innuits, sire oi in utN ted Urt year 12,340.300 copies of tracts home. She maintain a correspondence tire cotl'sTh'Jiu.n. 2 .1 bv Mi.n'.rlno 2 1 CKi.il I J.ni by Maiubiino i(h the old country and has all her wmi. ollt-rliKMy cuslomura will find me tliia spiin? and religion bo il:, .' If'4, vVodfjrd Chlel sliect Isdv TIl n MainhiiiiM I'.i'cheu an J otnt-ia- . Ir K O. (itierrant ill dedicate the in,; apparel and other fancies sent regular- Third2 2I, by at Ine sitae atand, on Lanoaater atrcet, with imp iio!e-j- n an I KiKlltb Huna full and elegant line of millinery. no Prerbyterian church at McKinney the ly from London. ter, Ac Ilreedeis wllUh nif tha' AUUIIsh Mes-- t ne- - is nearly lull brother to Man I Me sspger, beg-21 S.bUth in April. I atill leave to express his 2 The scribe Thanking you for pail patronage, I for W.000 last 20, that wild fir 81,000 und Itev Mr. Keana and Bro. Joe Hopper thirika to the young gentlemen of the Mra Kate Duddrar. 2e fall; they hare iii- - tire and gran lam, his dam Is sure belter bred than Maud's dam llel have c'oaed a meeting nt Hopkinsville, Journal cilice for a most delecta- getter and a horse of fine ityle and cinl)te. foal He id to u the other dat: A Slincr raiaer will mad tbe Mason (flftl at Charles Dunn's which reaulted in 50 additioua tj the ble teren.ule, conveyed to him on WednesCdti't you impres it on the legislature that church. '2 from Stanford, on llub II inch pike, at miles day evening over the wires of the tele ) 'I O lAM'KKA. I.IVIM1 COI.r. we don't want a scalp law far foxe, woNe We have at laat got a large lupply of phone. The atmosphere wa in fine conand wild-cat- , but a law that wilt mike "Barnea Life.." All who have bought and Also will t'ard a dition and the note dropped in liquid aofi dog scalp ValuAblt'''' We are afraid at not received them and other ho wiah to nea but, clear and distinct on Ihe ear nf cui't. The Legislature ia too weak to re- get copies will pleiae call or tend fur them. the listener ten mile distant. Mr. Green n and too cowardly to ceive an impree-ioIliahop II. II Kavanaugb, of the M.Hall sac- - h bought nnd Mr. Williams, with their characteris- t? TO INSUItr. ii' . hN rboad "lit-1- - he made a some) imilpi in the act on one that would ir j ire their "fiitur Mcihodiit Episcopal Church South, who tea-o- n and tbey weri com! cues si..t ha has the tic politeness, arranged matters for the conreputation of being a i I breeder. waa bjrn in Clark county, thla State, in prospect' in ih ".! V. venience of the ladiea present. Mr. W II tV Address January 18C2, ia dead at Columbus, Mi , rigged several auriphont and thus en Ptklifurd, k.) The caie againat the CimriT Couiit where he was taken III on hia way from the abled several to receiye the musical mesL A N It. It for failing to whistle for a New Orleana Conference! sage at the same time. All the auditors Ily Messenger Chill; dam be Alcalde, slre by s, croaaing, on trial last Monday reaulted on The Baptist meeting haa won so far 2 21' Knlgiu. 2 20; Fancy Day, 2 SO, Ac.) were delighted and all are grateful to the Tuea.lay in a verdict of $76 againet the will link., tbceeaton of l(st at Mr Lea Yeagtr's, some 30 soul to Jeaus and the interest it 'Trortdence Neighborhood" Danville, Ky., at Jouhnal boy for the t.iMeful treat. road. Liztrtu Wilson waa fined $20 and hria .. !!.-- . created ia felt in the entire aeclion. Mr. Al. 'I'f, liiHilrr. coMa In two cane for retailing. J. P. Hai Hale is doing u noble work and deserves 23t-t- i Richard Goode, of Columbia ia here Icy, Circuit Clerk, reported SSS.'JO collect C cents the good reaulta hu ia achieving, Among on a yisit lo hia mother rannl. Frank APRI7F Send a costly tiox of and recelre ire, gla, which ed on fine, taxea on petitions, Ac; Judee will belnall. ofeltlur sex. tn tanra money rluht tlioee who have conferred since our laat ia Lee took hia departure for Wyoming K W. Urown, for Bauic S1G.S5 and John in llih wor!d. Fortunes Wm. Fair ia atill an invalid. away than anythlui-elssue are Misses. Watson, Waahington, Sims, awali the workers absolutetr sure At onco ad Iliain, Cjunly Clerk, 010, tax on l!57 Burton, Shreve, Jones and Hill, Mrs. F. J. Mra. Goode, widow of L. D. Goode, ia re dreu Tkce A Co., Augusta, Maine. 50 mortgage, ISteala, 0 tavern li deed, Curran, Mirs Annie Slraub, Will Hail, ported quite ick. Mita Lettiu Itocheater ccoaea and licenaea for atuda, jicka and ia rpending some time with her sister, Will Brady and other. bulk The cvt agsinH the Cincinnati Itev. B P. Itunklc is out in very tern- - Mr. McAIUter. Mr. Tuttle who bought Southern for maintaining a nuiaauce at O. T. Jonea farm moved in last week. uui airong maniieato against tils de- the McKinney, in ita failure to keep Ita atock prraie, He frankly admits the charges Misa Ilettie Goode is home from Harroda- I E CMLY TRUa tractor. pen clean, reaulted in a verdict of not hired on hia former life, hut claims with burg where she has several relative. Since guilty. some tho of justice that it is not conso- the marriage of Dick, Dr. Brown eeema to i , Wednesday waa occupied principily in nant with the theory of chriatianity to hold liavo necome painiuuy aware 01 nia ioneii-the trial of an unimportant civil ctar. a favorable symptom that he a reformrd and penitent man, which he nesa and it ia John Owens pleaded guilty to carrying a profeae to be, amenable for in one of the finest biipgietf - MM . excesses com- haa coino out concealed weapon and waiving the right of ever exhibited in thn place. It Inn captc-it- y mitted during his unregenerate day. Ilia h jury, Judge Owsley gave him ten day in for two occupanta letter i able and plausible. jail and n fine of 25. The h. A N. It. It , A couple of our citirena, who had for maintaining a nuisance at the Junction We have not heret- been summoned lo serve on the crand Kailroad Passes. (ACTS RECAR3IHQ was fined 125. The bond of Mullins A:, ofore, joined iu the hich juiv, concluded to beat the courts and ac-JI 1. .nnHtAj tn Cttiri iVifsl A Mat . A ' for Jmurder nmounting to $800 were de- many of the ueivsiiarieri! of the State have Bw ItMoHaat. Ia alanl a lillll Ultl'ati ..ft ....., clared forfeited aa the priaonera were not kept up against to embers of the Legisla- oui.j'Jiiin.-iieoi- u v, r.. ltw.rrlfJ. ntl, enrich the Dl OOO.rcinilalo y LHlOllk. IDE delivered into court. ture fceeep log free panes from the rail coat Iliem l OU eacn. ioua mme., tn-- , vxmRW vbuni! III all tliosa YrsTERDAy waa moatly consumed in the roads. We thought that jiowib! too much appeared at court, conuoem inai iney dnia.sre.iiiiliiBc-i-!aiiiaiidclllclet- i IONIC, HI Ol A use is marked trial of civil caee, the contested will of importance waa attached to the matter. wern exempt from serving. To their a l- .ll.lu.IV 1)'PI I'll. I...I.I. in btre.iKli lion. mremilir.ul re mils. I ones, Willi liiiiiicfdlile Mra. Sarah Biiley being on trial at ad- Hut watching the effect of the niiisrle-smilc i 'nwer. n aratem tonlahment thev learned that thia exemp- - tlie iiilml midmruiiuilliu. iinew rnrcc. iillviu iuppliin journment. The grind jury has relumed upon Ihe workinga of the Legil,iture, mid tion waa not retroactive and could nut he, (uiuiinir iiom ail complaints a ImFiLSltSttS 19 irdlclnienla, moatly for niiaJemeanora in the present term. Ineir chop- - du. uauters iiion tonic nmiu and speedy refleciiog upon the iuipirtant legisUtion htiiI iieanny coi ipiciiuiu cura. It pUcia Of thote indicted for graver oflenata ia now before thnt bqilj fdllen appearance on Monday evening eliciI i lliu aluo of Ull. Tlio iirniii!il tifti'iii-'iconrtrnlns the rail IliiiTl.i ' li "V't .sn e.nl)iliitfieitioiilaltcinlila for rape, trial ret for Oih roadi. we have laiao Gaitineau ted the salutation: "Hello! boys, did you 1.1 coiinUrfi lin iri hw aililid In Ibejiopular retched the conviction nilyelcalrolieuHti ol ul It j.. UUUJINAL AMD UtST day, and Felix Albright, manslaughter, f.ir thnt the acceptance of these free passe in win rnnr paint?" One replied: "It waa It! nutthe,-- luli. il Hit expo. till 10th day. Abo Minx and John Ballirl, ricioii', ir uritr nixiw. Senliaii.U"eloasCi'DnXAJI BOOK." me," and the other said, -- .. I in aotoe degrte aDryegame for, St.W,U Mo, for iejr (ullof ttrnc.rAcd iii iairmJtica.fiee., who ehot at each other, were indicted for iripeitsihlv if i.,,t injahively corrupting "Wit.? not by a large majority. I was badOn. HahtiWs ir.ee Tomo io rort SAtn oy AU I'aducih Journal. shooting and wounding. malloioua ly Taylored." nKU&'....TS rN J UEALLK3 (.VKIiYVlrllRE. Ibdallah Mossoimor! PRICES To day to carry out our object. To friends who hive made our business a success ao far, and encouraged us with new hope for the present year, wo especially aek not to consider our jircient location as any inconvenience, but come thick and fas'; say a good word for us aud yur frlea Is. "We ueed you every every hour." The goods we ofler you are Ited-bi- Mf-.- se 5--yr 1 d i rer-or- NOT DAMAGED. From the burning building tbey were taken to a clean store room and well cared for. Remembsr our sLc consists of ll na CiCITOlilgi SHIO-H3S- , IT1-- , Beto$ HATS, Mor-k's- n, trans-Atlant- tlstei-ln-h'o-- ol uri;ii ki -- Mam-brlt- Gents' Furnisliing' Goods, Dry Goods, Trunks, Valises, &c. The ntteiition of the ladies is called especially to our new stock of d-- t 1 --- fr00113irL,K .JACK 1 PHILADELPHIA 'at. . MESSENGER , PRINCE, Hy-la- FINE SHOES, And that of the the gentlemen to . Buell's Celebrated Boots and Shoes. The nhovo arc acknowledged the leading goods of tho market and due notice should be taken. iuw T- Maksrjr &pIr HTON1C GEO. IL BRUCE Sr.te'slrente mem Honine vou will annreciato our determination to null through, twe are fully onrt, ( hue-and-c- flt & CO. 1 Next door to the Methodist Church, Stanford. CSr Any parties who bought goods from us on credit a week previous to tho fire will pleaao report Bitmo. Our day book containing these items was all. not part of our sales but destroyed, und wo remember GEO. H. BRUOE&CO. rin?r i H- t . i -k'i ur-f- i cellent remedy fpr bites and sling of in States Treasury, but such complaints mistress' absunco for a moment to run At8IOf,.ral IVINCI The Best. Newsiest and Cheapest sects toi.r llMt-x- i It a It is a valrable astringent in hem- agint Isdy clerks were few. The shrewd- down stairs into the dining-room- . Newspaper in the South Uanllftil l.latV II1, n t liv " Katie, come hero " she cried. orrhages, particjlsrly for bleeding after est nnd quickest detectors of counterftit liaixla lilli i'l Nt M I - iati.1 the extracting of teeth. It has both clean- currency were wotntn, an I in cise of dis- " What are you goiug to have for dina ;t Av- TrXHiVV. J. l 1 nl The Semi-Week- ly li sing nd healing propertie", and is therefore pute ns to the genuineness of money Gen- ner?" l.jr U jrnor. bla m hr Jim I'.irt-- r Ant lt Kljr, a ilam- eral Spinner invariably toik the judgment a most excellent application for superficial "Soup, beefsteak, sweet potatoes and nwili I J atrtir Jrk KTffyUKly iticii ( take II, ll cl?i tho Ittmt tut I ,C- II I K 1.1 ulcerations. Mustard is another valuable o'a Mis Grandin, who was for a lorg pie," meekly replied Katie. In advance of the wrrk-II- ) rw,,iji anil f.irlM m.iurj remedy. No family should be without it. time employed in his bureau, In speakIt It liKMot'ltA TIC. I.ul " What kind of piu ? " m tFiiHmlli.ie IMJI.fl.NDC.Nl In nollllra It Two or three teaspoonful of ground mus- ing of her ability in this particular one nlalntthHbMt iirwt luuniu-jr- . tke brtl "CranWry." t i i !JaTa1fc?J'at fcTM m.w xrm w.-nintlrr. the IhmI idliurlal a and i,e I mi marVet re- water acts day, General Spinner Mid: "If I were a tard stirred into half a pint of " Well, put plenty of sugar in tho pio itn-- all lor imljr H l.iT. i rr year in clilrvoyance I should say that at an emetic very promptly, and is milder believer and lots of gravy on tho steak, sure." Sond for Spooitnon Copies. and easier to take than salt and water. she posajsseil that power; but I am not, so Now & Then the little caller skipped Equal parts of ground mustard and Hour I c til it inMinct " Although there Me and soon became jolly friends with the I'ttrj hrir. etery mriehaat, rrerj-ce.trader tuuil Chicago and meal made into a paste vuth warm several thoussnd women emp'ored by tie ladv of tho house. Sho was iitcfilat v.irv sori. KfiHrmt.fr. hireli. lul xH-r- . ami jruii ret double the water and spread on a tbin piece of muslin liovernmem as cierKs, accountant, prs ous in her oonrerMitiou, and naked why Irailliiif i.ittirr Kle'i br an ordmary with another piece of muslin laid over it, mitrees and in other capacities, not am It SI yuu twlre a TIIK,Y,J'.l)JKIltSSI.l lr"fk J,lltii I the cni r In o'nr terat eellr young ladies had to wait solonir to bo moui-to Iu forms the indispensable "ruustsrd plaster." one has ever pioved unfaithful to her Tour ruuntr ,rremti dlrn-- t t. at. married. Then she told the lady iu all K Ad.lri! IHMT. Till It is almost a specific for colic when ap trust. Many have been discharged lor in- confldonco that nhi had already received loulitlllr, Kjr. AMI SOLID TIUIN-- t capacity ami for other reasons, but never plied for a few minutes ovtr the ''nit of a proposal, but had not yet concluded theetomach," Tor all internal pains there one fur dishonesty. These points are LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO to say yes. The lady was considerably ! is no remedy of such general utility. It worth the consideration of merchants and particularly now when there struck with Uie prodigy, and drew Iht -I- 'atMoera by drawing the bankers, acts as a counter-irritan- t Iruui Ibn Kimi-- t le llr.u, h or I ,i .S a e In ... seems to be an epidemic of embezzlement. out uiMHi all sorts of subject. Filially blood to the surfact; hence iu severe cues I? ..t lo .uv "" train f tbe Munua tho child wont to the piano and oflored and ku tbMuxb In of croup a small mustard plaster should PICTU11ES. (ireencastle, Crinrftinlstlllp, l.nfajeltf toeing au original sung. be applied to the bick of the child's neck. untl Clilrniro nltlioiit rlianirc. always make up my songs," she Br CAWTOTjA DLACK. The same treatment will relieve almost any TIMi; TAII1.K A mustard plaster esse of LcaJache. Do not let this subject bring boforo said, nnd then diu ltegun in a mournful MA ritl.Na. Dally. Oally. should be moved about over the spot to bo your mind's oyo long linen of grand j minor key a, follows : W biMul.rllleT 1 Iff 'eniaath-I'ravturJatill-6 a m M Iimilul and in my nufllo, a Med upon, for if If ft in one place it is li- paintings, conitxxsed of bcanttful howls, Arr f I 01 aw i(l i m Uj uiaiLiu, ab wgat't aar for uothm', ! m able to blister. A mustard plaster acts bs by Raphael, or exquisite landscapes ' JUiia ir pin Our (.ilia ui erj, ltfarett 1 II a ui Chlnajn . well when at considerable distance from drawn by the master nil r I Tsa.lt r.rli Vasnmt!lltfh; TMini ,r. Liu hand of Salvntor j di .tlnnli.. . rui, c f ttiCMit in.au U1 eowr, l. The bm affected part. An excellent substitute Rosa, for it is not of these Hint Tbe w tih Mile oae tktnk-eorliw. Niq. . ,Jiroirai , I) itr.,, af:i-r- ,:iai intend aline. ear., towotldlrvrt ranlw,IwMMln, Mlhneeula. I r Ai i Um UtiJ, MtUi a Jrua, all prfnu la H . W 'mv r moat r,uur. a for musttrJ plasters is what is known ns --r tiirther lutotmatlvfi. 10 wme. ftraka, Ac aMvsuccci r .i to Um Xw tale mat x snail leave tor wiser nli.'n lacuru) Ml'ltltAY KI.I.I.KII.U f A. They come a dczsn in a heads "mustard leaves." than mino ; but it is of the littk Continuing this sort of rhvmo, oho Iiv lAMlttiiU, Ky box and are about four by five inches. printed lithogroplis and common rstool described her funeral, the mourners, the They are 7erfecily dry and will keep for a measure. engravings that. I should like to speak, procewsion to tho ' burryin' ground," Ilealaehe.rft C'arter'eL't'.' Llrer T.Jla ennailr than two long time. For use it is only neccessary to Creature not too britfbt anJ goo-There are probably not more whore YiJuablo In loui.p.t.iurt, c irjj aad ire preT.-iit.for a minute and For hnnua nature's iliily fixxU ' thlaannoylnffcr.Un'.w'L.o th. y a'aocorret A deep dark eare thousand dangerous criminels iu Cincinna- dip one iu a dish of water E B!. rllri - n. ra f t as"roari,f m then npp!y it. Common biking soda is the I do not know whether it L so with all Bball l ttij Rntr. tuar,T.U 'tLoUw a. Jiri-- ,f t i 7 oo: curnl ti to diy. Yet these are sufficient, because best of all remedies in cases of scalds and or not, but the charm of a look to me Striking all the timu dwconlnnt tliirds of the fetbleness of the law and the wretch i the j eace burns It may he used on the surface of is in iia pictures. And tho characters and llftli!--, tho littlo one entered into the edness of its execution, to disturb i the burned place either wet or dry. When oio far moro natural whou I look at Hjdrit of the oug m much that the and comfort of thr.e hundred thousand Arhn thry trnuld bealmr.t J;r r!r to applied promptly the sense of relief is them through tho faces which are rep- tears rolled down her faco ut tho recital j auuVr (rum this ttlktreatmc imtilalot; thoa who people and to impress upon our city.an unbut magical It seems to withdraw the heat resented as theirs. thtir Ktxidueaaeura ni u;d h r and thixs "Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. nnd the lady buried her fuce in hor hand-- 1 Charles Dickens' enviable reputation. vhooncotrr thera w.ll find nllla rata, and with it the pain, and the healing pro- books possess a keener relish for this kerchiuf to cover her Muiloa. Jiut ua . able la o many waja that ththraeliitle b? wUUn r 'II not In conversation lately with a gentleman The only line runnine cess Ron commence. It is the best appliery characteristic. I remember that tho howtiva had romibed to havo hur . to do irlttuut Una. Hat after sUta.k hca4 who bad served several years as a Director I bv poisonou tho reading of the sad death of Steer-fort- h husband "put plenty of gravy "on tho PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS he stated that if fifteen cation for eruptions ctused of the ivy and other poisonous plants, as also for inuover brought tho tears to my eyes little girl' Bteak, a lady, Uitahod untl ex-- 1 hundred of those who are sent to that bites and stings of injects. Owing to colds, as did that little engraving where Co- - citod, nuig tho bell. It wiw tho littlo i ItthebiM of aotnanjr liree that hero whet we stitution could be transported as criminals over fatigue, anxiety, and various other pornold maks our rreat boaat. Oar pUL euro It while are transported in England, the material boos him for the last timo alive, caller's mother, and alio had been scour-- 1 oUr do not. cause, the urine is often scanty, highly aa ho PUli Carter' Latin e and would lies with his fair, noblo head on ing thu neighborhood for hoiuo hours Terr eaty to taVn. Lrr rr two are Terr emaildoae. which supplied the tnlla make a Unit Substantially the same colored, and more or less loaded with phos- his arm, and tho littlo wavy curls thrown with horrible thoughts of kiduuppiug To7 aro ttrictlj Tryblo and do not jj or largely disappesr. phates which settle at the bottom of the pnrc but by ttwtr action plrax aJfwbn people keep up the supply. They are not Teasel on cooling. As much soda as can back from his forehead, wliile David rushing through her brain. naotbam. In lalaatKlrruH; 6m tot f I. tkiU L.eRlKvll!c,C'iuciniiHtlHuUL(x Crulata erexy whore, cr aect by nia.l. IriRlou, l jM punished; they are not worked to hurt; they be dipped up with a ten cent piece, dis- stands pensive and sad, with a whole Tho 6teak with "plenty of gravy" U If are well fed and are tent out when their solved in half a glass of cold water and talo of sorrow in his face. I tliiuk it is waitiug the Utile ono yet, Detroit Free CARTER MEDICIXE CO., Nerr York. every three hours will soon remedy terms expire, clean and hearty, to engage drank beoutifnl, very, very beautiful. JVC. the trouble. in crime again, and regularly they return. Every ono must certainly nxfcnowledge Connaeling In tsme dfpot with fast Ualns lor - niyr to anna. V.ITIKXT.1. No hardened criminal is afraid of ths that tho books of Edward Eggloston owe OIJ.ISO SCAKLET-FKri, A distinguished London phyhieian, r, A. nor is it a house cf reforma being asked why he half their popularity to their inimitable tion. It is a lodging plsce for thieves, did not employ women, replied: "I have, cuts. 'Whero did wo ever 400 such a writing to the London 77;;ic about scarr ran Tho Direct Bouto to Lynchburg, Dan -- TnH MOST DrUIUABLK ROIITK TO wbeie clesn clothes, comfortable beds and employed vomen very often, and I wish face as Jonas' in "Tho End of the let fever, nays : "Tlio method of oiling good food are furni'bed free of cost. This I could feel moro encouraged. But tho World ? " such n villo, Norfolk, patients during tho oriod of dcttipnv-matio- n mixture of tho toning is cilled an evidence of civilization. So it truth is that when a young man comes down of irrepressible after scarlet fever has been humor and tho is in a certain sense, but what is to be said to mo and begins his work, ho feels that donning of becoming soberness? Cyu-th- y largely used for many years ; it is far Ami JeclJa-ll- r the Popular Boule, affarJIna. aa ll All Virginia and North Carolina of that phazj of it which pampers crimi- it is his Ufa's hllMiiffifl. TTo i in Points. nil Inn Ann's faco is as immovable asVtoue. moro constantly employed on tho con dooi, Im chiDKoaan.1 iucrlor afouiuiuoJilloni u For tickets and lurther nalsand spares the rod at the expense or fortune out of th(j mt,o blockg ljoforo Ono oan easily lo Miaiouri. Iowa, Kaniai, Texai, see at a glauoo that she tinent than in England. It jioswessc-your nearest ticket offlre, or Inforuiitlon. arr-laddrru socie.j? That i practically barbarous. fami, Wif homo, happiness, was as impervious as a rock to all temp- certain definite advantages, and when, The North, NorthwmtanJ Wnt. In fact. If you W. J. llasn, w. :. .irtKoi.n.T heciuse in the interest of a few criminals it Qro M . In yQ QaU AdTtrllslf Ant., tation, though sho did say 'Temp- ever scarlatina jationts are of neeoasity cunteciplalea trip by an; Jlretlon, jour Intenet Tlck.tand 1'a.M At . ... urchaalii( rour tlckeU ya ... . robs the law of Us terrors and pl.ces socie-- n , . 310 W 31 Hi ll Nt,, liOuUTllle, Ky . in private houses it should bo will lie SiKtterftO K f. ami Lincmnatl. 1'uUmau l'alaoe t ait; tations nlxmud on ovory hand." Bacon treated ty comparatively at the merer of the worst New Day Coachea, and runilaoiiiely furnlih-i- J idontod, except when contra-indicalelus labor, determined to master II. .. ltocllulnw the uiiMtiilnl Oau'l Msoaer, (in' I'aaa'r Agt. rhses. Society has rights and demands with every incitement spurring it. and writes: "I'ictures and bImikvi nru but by tho condition of tho patient, bfcaiuo equipments of ChairOldCart lorm thereby making this llellable, lUchtuonJ, Virginia. him on secondary objects." But I think thoy protection are just, while criminals have trip orer mis one onr 01 luiunout comrurt and Ho cannot marry until ho knows his are tho main index to character, mind it dimiuisiien the risk of infection to pleiuut. Try It. no rights, except to be punished, the oh- others. It does so. however, bv urn. TIMK TAIII.K. IN EFFECT XUYKMUEil trade. It is oxnetly tho other way with ami hourt. jsut of such punishment beirg to restrain Time heieln is 30 uitnulea slower Hun Unit TAKE TIIE- cntiugr tho girl. Sho may lo as joor as tho I cannot say that I admire tho cari- particles tho ready distribution of tho lierolrfum uWtn. crime. of tdrin through the atmosshould be boy, and as wholly dependent niwn her- catures of Thomas Nasi, nllhough In thisdirtction criminal laws vory revised, modified and simplified, in order self for a living, but she feels that sho good for their kind, but too grotesque phere ; but neither oil nor glycerine is n .No. U. No. t. h'o. 4. bourn. OHIO that persons accused of crime may be quick-l- y will probably marry and nnd ridiculous to be at all natural or ."niieida or disinfectant, nnd the sculeH I.e. Coflniitsti . MISSISSIPPI B. 7 II a m i t) p in V IS a m I IS p iu . " I'a ihouiIi.. ui iVi mis nru just as infectious after tried and promptly convicted or acquit- then sho must give up wcod engraving. udminiblu. 1 know there aro those who " Cyutblaaa. 10 ' a i S M n uii ted. III U I III So sho goes on listlessly; sho has no am- will not ngree with mo 011 tliis point ; b boJciu t'neir application." Arr. I'arle Then we should, in addition to jails aud I.ve. I'arlt 11 bu a ui 6 IM p M .. bition to excel ; sho does not feel that all but "Were we ull of ono opinion where Foa THH- s 11 tt p m CM p in .. and penitentiaries and Arr JlAitsii.ii.ii 0. ItoiiGMM, the n her happiness depouds on it. Sho will would Iks the spico of life ? " And ovory C W p ui I.fe. I'arlt hard labor and luxuries, hsve the whip- Mlllertuurg. capitiJist and utonmlioat owner (itjini ...... pino.noHt. There is no punishmfnt that a marry uuu then her husband swages will mail feels nwiiy down in his heart as it Carllrlo C 10 p tr of Now York, lately deceased, was very Ajt. MaysrlllH.... Sho may not say so, but Hobor did when ho wrote : 8 10 p nt lecal-- 1 Jul'Port hor. -- non criminal dreads uioie than alloKuine. shu thinks so, and it spoils hor work." wealthy, nnd made good uso of liii I.T7 l'rlt Ueuoatli my ratUluir butt liar .ll is) j m 6 00 p ui ly administered. It would do more to VIS) p tu 7 40 p in Winchester JLiOXJLltg-vlll- e A vl arrow keu an J dear; money. Wien Gen. Scott wanted n 2 0 p tn 8 80 ii IU It 2A p iu ! " Itlehinoud crime than all the methods, not ex4 00 p in Of vocal uaf U tliat HiliUy fly, " ljncHitrr Tim Gorman village of Grnrabke, for troops to relievo IIuj. An- Arr. bunlord June 5i 30 p iu cepting the gallows, that modern theorists I 4 40 p m 00 p in Nor ken Uie buw Uielr Uuport high. r?J? yivn.i.E to : derson nt Fort Sumter, Mr. Roberts have devised. It would not make the gal-lo- near Uremen, boasts nn extraordinary No. 17. aii'ltlie North, mmtmmm "INCINNATl.th. t'..t No. 1. No.S. White Hill, I'a. Hortu. Krc 1'arlor Cars to Cincinnati ?aso of persistout somnolency in tho promptly supplied tho steamer Star of Lve. Ht an ford June! eemni(i:jrj in 'nrnnni unecexsary, but it would save many 9 00 a in 12 M p ra aiiu Ion, Ilaltlmorc, I'hTladelpbljand New york.wlifi. e The tradition that Cologno Cuthcdra tho West. Ho was for many yearn tho 9 40 a iu IN pm I.tucmtor men from the pillows. It would advance person of the daughter of tho " Mrhiiioiid . . ' ft 10 a ru 12 23 p in 5 Dpiu outchauKo. Mayor. Tho girl is said to havo would never bo finished took its riso ns President of tho Atlantic Steamship tho interests of society, too, and that is the " Winchester... 7 Ob a tu '1 OS p iu 7 58 a iu '1 SO p iu, H1M.OI IS and v. object of all law and all methods of pun- been fust asleep siuco the second follows : A young architect in despair Company nnd of tho North Itivor Bank. Arr. I'arlt and Souihwoat, wlih p,,.ce sieeplnir ' A 40 a m 12 SO p in week in January, with tho oxcoption of at the refusal of his plans by Archbishop Soon nftor tho death of President Lin- Lve. Maravllle Cars on night trnln, I)iUvlll to hi. Ixiula. is one of the ishment. The chipping-pos- t Carlisle 7 10am 1 8 p ui 7 ., '9 pin at in- Conrad went to tho bank of tho Ithine coln ho forwarded to Mrs. Lincoln 310,-00- 0 11 Mlllersburg . . 7 30 a m 2 SO p institutions of civilized England and it is a a fow hours of S3 a m 2 Air. l'arls ui 1.0UISVIM.E to greater than confinement, tervals of from six to eight weeks. She meditating huicide, when tlioro as his portion of tho S100,000 about Lfe, Islington terror to crime ST. LOUIS. 7 00 u in 2 00 p in. 61 tho devil liimsclf, who offered being raised for tho benefit of herself " L ''arl -- hard labor or transportation. We need in lies plunged in profound slumber and 'J Main'' 2250SO ppinHI .. 7 l'arls.- -. entirely unconscious of all that goes on him, in oxehungo for his soul, tho plan and family. The Young "Woman's Chris this country a revival of the whipping-post- , " Cynthlana..... 8 30 a m' S'ii p m .. ffttn'Z ,ThdvX?r INDlANAI'OM.S.lllI around her, night and day, recliuiug on jf the cathedral us it stands 0 3S a lo 4 3S p III,.. tian Homo in Now York, which was " Falmouth at is needed in Cincinnati and our people, cllnlng I hair Cars through without change. Arr. Covington II 10 a m 0 10 p m1.. instead of thinking about lawless measures her left side, warmly covered up, nnd Tho young man demanded twentv-fou- r founded by Mr. Roberts' second wife No. 2S I,t. I)t. 5 to n in, Arr. Mayavllle 8 40 a iu for enforcing justice and punishing crime, with a light gnuzo spread over her head. 'lours for relleetion, nnd submitted the and the Into Mucin Hall, received the No, 27 I.v. Ix. 8 OS p m, Arr. Maysvllle 8 10 p m I.OOK AT THIS f No. '.''1 I.y. Msysvllte fl f 0 a m, Arr. Ix. 8 SO a m should rise up aud demand of the legisla- Nourishment, chielly in a liquid form, iytter to his confessor, who suggested entire building endowment of about No, U I.v. Maysvllle 12 30 p ui. Arr. Ixr.3 40 p ni The 2:25 P. m. Eipress (dally) from Louisville No, 0 I.y, Cor. 5 00 p in, Art. Falmouth 7 00 p m has I'ulaco ture laws that cm be enforced and machin- Li diuly administered to hor, which sho I at on the morrow, when Sutnu $70,000 from Mr. Roberts. At bin . nieenlnir i nia rmm i..i..iti . No. ft I.v. Falmouth S 55 a m. Air. Cv. 7 30 a in Ivlng at Washington MS lllchmond, ery that can be speedily operated, not for- swallows without nwakening forasec-ouand 4 dally owod him again tho design, ho should in Fifth avenue, ho had collected Nosi 3Covington; between dally except Islington J's .nk w7ii.,0iul .thD 116X1 UIT"" Sunday. and all othors Erect the lat Sho is a pretty, slender girl, of a K'izo it with his left hand, nnd, drawing a gallery of i an paintings and statuary, getting the whipping-post- . Hours Ahead of All Competitors, ter and provide laehes that will hurt and paiiut complexion ; but sho does not pi.lly n relic of St. Ursula from under which cost him $760,000. Besides other to Emigrants and Such a move- loso in weight during her trances of from rj criminals will run for cover. i'. robe with tho right, striko the evil pioperty, Mr. Itobcrt? loaves Htocks and For tickets, rales and Information pertaining to have Through Day Coaches o via.11theO.A M. It'y ment would have a wonderfully restrain- forty to sixty days, nnd when awako exno tuldnlgkt changes. Arrive at St. ,in. with it on the brow. This was bonds valued nt 810,000,000. time, connections, Ac, call on or address loult lit advance of other lines, thereby '.cciirlne hour ing inllueoce. Cincinnati Commercial hibits a cheerful disposition and an W. Bj McHOBEMM, Aokkt, u n in-- . S.itnnsaid: "That's Reuniting enRer Stanford, Ky. choice of seau UF cuDKol enra and getting rirst V In cars Utzette. WidoAwake Druggists. of connecting Iluoa. dusiro to perform such small household iek of tho church, but tho design C. L. BROWN, G. W. BENDEU, Inadvancwpf other lines to Indlananolla an.l Mesari. Penny A McAllster aro olvrayi alive to Israel Phillips, of Garfield, Mitt., who tasks as her strength ouables her to ful Oau'l I'ass. A Frt. Agt Chicago and Hupcrlntendent. ieh you soize shall never bo finished, tbe only Hoe glvlnu miirAn. Covington, Ky. liiulnens, and spare no pallia to secure tho their lla MlES .long the shore, of years old, is regarded fill. Her father has consulted several s now eighty-eigh- t OEO. H. MeKINNKV.Trav. I'ssi. A Frt. Agt. 'I vottf n.iinu shall rernuin uukuown.' bestoferery article In tlielr line. They hare setleketa, rates, time, inapsi Ac gau btanlord, Ky. annlr as the oldest commercial traveler in active eminent medical men in tho hope of dis'it Hpoki ho .snatched away the upper cured the agency for the relebratett Dr. King's N, I (bo Itr.vr. No prena-allohern I'asscnger Agt.. service. He haa been on the road since covering somo remedy for his tlaughter'a New Dlicofcry for Consumption. The only cer- design. i l.V-CillCr rtot tliUud wlili anyrfiia pen Inr The young archi-:- ' tain cure for Consumption, Coughs, Colds, HoarseH any labrlc. l'upularturUecora-aliv- e the practice of sending out agents began. abnormal condition, but all oflbrts hith-art- o di 'd of mortification without rccon-- ' ness, Asthma, Hay Fever, Ilronchltls, or any work on llnan. KmwIi e, & Jllplomn. We should think he'd be a little old to be GeUlMaDfenn.t"a,,I"-' made to keep tho unlucky girl the Throat and I.ungs. Sold on a positive mi" the plan. For years ovenU Kitnl'lliliiilO()yciii-a- . nvldliyall making love to table girls. J. D. HILL, i'tmai Ageot( Lebanon.Ky. ' guarantee. Trial Bottles free. 3I i i( , i ' i wilt o Lnvo resulted in total failure then that society has to hear. The que- ttou then is whether the nuny are to etiil'er in order that the few who are rolling in crime and practice evil for the love of it, may be spared. This is a practical question now in Cincinnati. With the jail full "of untried and unhung murderer; with the city overrun with thieve; with the courts, b reason of sentimental laws, conducted in the interest of and virtually fjr the protection of crime; with politicians conning the support of the criminal classes; with medical college offering S15 a head for dead bodies, ngtrtUeu of how they may le obtained; with men and women and children afraid to go out of doors t night and nst atfe iu daylight; with men shooting at each other on a diy that should be quiet and iu the centre of the city; with crimi- rials of all er.tdes who have not the fear of the law before their eyes and who have little to fear in that line; with a police force that sav it is useless to bring criminals who are able to hire lawyers, before the police open day and court; with gmbling-hou?c- s night, as if engaged in a lawful business; with the great mass of the people, except in life and propcrtminil", feeling erty with all thee evidences of lawless-nes- i the qursiion to which we refer is certainly a practical one and the ferment that is observable in the public wind is not surprising; nor is itf tnnjje, however unise it citmay be, that conservative, seem favorable to extreme izens g 1 rmiK'ssioMi, Women an Honest, Simple Home Remedies. A CUILirs CALL. Although hundrels f women hold poThe following remedies for many simple A lady living not far from tho corner ! W, B1AWN, ailments we find recommended in HaWt sitions of liiiatioml trout in the country, of Lafnyotto and Second streets received SJ.M If. DURUKTT DUKDETT A UltOWN, Health. And while the remedies we hava jet t hear of or o of them being nnuftomoon call from n little 0 year March 21, 1884 Journalcf new to many of our readers guilty of euibizz'eiueiil or defalctlion Stanford. Ky.', mav not be old, which illustrated the progress chillSI-lMT. VKltSON, KV. they will be found useful to all. We now says the Albmy Journal. The eyidoice dren in Detroit are making. Tho littlo ns f tlirss who they may be at hand clearly siHtalns the p publish them that Provide a Whipping-PoALEX. AKDEHBON, ono rung tho bell, uud, boing ushered in, XjA-AV- , belitvethit women are quivilitd moral-- . said: The oljeot of law is the protcctiou of o for ready reference. DANVILLE, KY., Half a teajpoonful of couiinojj table salt ly, physically and iiHellectuslly fcr tho punishment of criminals In for cwty. The 1 forgot Will practice In tli Court of Ht1i suit aJJolnlag "How do you do, Mrs. cojotlt and In th Court of Appesla. the pnrpoe of restraining crime. The disiotred in a little cold water and drank handling of money in ctoies or in bsnks your utime my name is Ilnllio . . General Spinner, who first introduced moat fflVctive way to restrain in the beat will instantly relieve "heart burn" or saw you over to mamma's house tho oth11. If taken every morning beforo women into the United Stan a Treasury, er day, aud as mamma was busy fjrxoeietj. "Spare the rod and poil the At I And Matter lommlaionrKv-kpttlpUircullCoiir- , loft on record a striking testimonial to child" U a proverb ns true as it ! nncient. breakfast, increasing the iu.ntitjr craduaN thought I would return your call. Ma B" "- -. .MT VKHNON, KY Will prartlm In thu Court. Coltw-tlocrown up of late year a nenli- - ly to a teaspoonful of salt and n tumbler of the (fliclency ami Intejiity of the sex, doesn't know Tnoie it, but I don't cure." 1 iivelaltjr. OClre la IV.) to restrain crime water, it will in a few days cure any ordi- - nnd no one ever hid a better opportunity uientalism that nropofCJ Tho littlo ono was heartily welcomed, to study the question than he, who at one by 8pnin? the rod and making criminals nary case of dyspepsia, if at the same lime IiEE T. HUFFMAN, and, after she gazed nround for n htlo, l JiJIV believe that they deserve) mercy and indul due attention is paid to the diet. There is time had 1,000 women un ler his direction, sho asked : riTAKFOItti, KY. justice; that they no better remedy than the above for con- engnged chietly in handling money. He Offlco South aid Main Htrt, two door staff cence rather than strict " What time do you diuo ? " ths Myers Mottl. are the prodigals for whom the fatted calf stipation. As a gsrgle for sore throat it is testifies that they count more accurately rursNItroua Oilda () adutntitorxl whan re"Five o'clock," replied tho lady. and rapidly than men; that their ability quired. and is entirely H to bs killed; and that Moses, when he equal to chlorate of potash " We always liavo dinnor at 2 o'clock, to detect counterfeit proved to bo supeprescribed death for a murderer, was n safe. It may be used aa often ?s desired mi. W n PENNY but gnosis I can wait. Can I stay?" rior in almost every test; that they were, I cruel and heirtle3 ruler. But with all our and if a little is swallowed each time, it " Oh, certainly glad to havo you," LlirLLU without an execution, honest, and were STANFOItD, KENTL'CKV. sentimental experiments and flowery dem- will have a beneficial effect on the throa Offl-- e invariably more c ireful and paimt iking said the lady. ovr lb,M Lytle'a .lore Offlc. hour onstrations in behalf of the criminal claee by cleansing it and allaying the irritation. from Molli v an I I to5 p. x. Anesthellrs ad Then the little ouo removed her pretty iiilnlilered wnen neceturr. the Mo- In doses of one to four teaspoonfuls in a in'.thelr work. Complaints of imccuricy experience Ins demonstrated that I and carelesmcss on tho part of men wrappings, hor dainty hat and gloves. saic bode has not been improved upon. half pint to a pint of tepid water it acti were made frequently durin; General Hearing tho lady of the houso call her Kindce abused only breeds contempt for promptly as an emetic, and in cafes of $1.25. of the United servant Katie, she took advantage of her SI.25. a bur- pohoning is always on hand. It is an ex- Spinner's administration hir and the contquences of this are I CHAMPO ! ' raw-- flStetJafr-a rfl ATTOUVI3VH ,VT,rJWJ st A.TTOItNI3VA.T I j. Altornoynail,Iiim. h Courl-houas. hs m HUHOKOlv TIHT, Tho tine liiiirlol Norn.sn Msl.lm.wul i.iakn the seaamiof Imiat the sUI le or.l M. Witt nfl'Ink totlage, 1', unlet ficm Msnlotd, f . AT ''n. 15 )K THE SEASON, A l.'STOINtiatc 10LT. I l()lttlHt. MSI-lyr.- w fjl in., or, e I.'; UW "mMA ' of I.I ,,,1 k ton. III.. s,.pemt,er II mi w. will also stand at l.e ssuie n!ac our Mini large-bod- , rm,",l.'",:rk "T '" "nt llnHifMi. alyleatil rlbUil and ht"1 aitl.m. ,,l''h. lhi R.l In Ida tli w,..,hap- Jaik l, 1 uuug TwiceaWeok. IJ0ST0X! Post.,,; 1 'Ui aia. - '" -- - !.".. v KOUTE." Albany up-stair-a, Louisville, ir .. ; Railway. 'Fiilliuaii I.OII-MI.I.- Palace Cars! lo-- t, CARfflc5 i ule 'el' l.-i- "I -a OHftE . 1 t!-.- e t j SICK ' HEA0 : e Kentucky's Konle East forW-rute- lr work-hous- e, ACHE work-hous- A SOLID TRAIN WASHINGTON CITY. LBJ work-house- wood-engrave- v 1 ', J Klf-fa- nt d (r l.ll -- y, . I I. twiD, -- work-houe- d well-know- East, West and North 'n trans-orlutio- Tunino tr M x. vil-log- I .fc13 ss . ed lO HoUPq to-da- y. re.si-deuc- e, d, Special Rates Emigrants. Hoiue-Seekc- u.. ' ' mark-Inc- allVc-Uon- of tini-(Mflcc- lli) How sad is tho memory of those whom What would make n good iishirifj-rotl- ? wo rcmcmlwr only by somo unkind word Wo tiliouM think Iuimh uckmI. Stanford, Ky or act. Wo havo just been thinking of March '21, 1881 How timr chnnges I In tho gcxsl Old ono w0 UB0( to jj,i0W w10Il wo vero hut Testament dajH it was eonsidertsl a mir - LiUi0Cu(i: i10WftH our teacher, and ado for an ass to speak, and now noth with a doaUi-lik- o PUTTING ON AIMS. dread wo saw him ing short of n miraolo will keep one tnovo or hoard him speak. "Wu aro not u, n. w. jjt quiet, jo much afraid now of anything hero peacock ia a mftjostlo biped. Tha Scnsn at Han'nrd. Chinese class. or hereafter as wo once wero of him. Whether vo contemplnto Uio giuulincw Student (who has just failed in a ChiWo met onotlicr one this evening d! his pltimngo, tho proud way in which nese, "Thou sentence, toProfcsMir) who onco attended Ida school. Ho is a ho carries hifl heml, or Uio nUitcly stylo laboring man now; he win !" rrofi ssor (furious)" What ' of his footsteps, there, is much in his you dare Student (calmly pro- a. slender, delicate boy of twelve yean general walk and comersotion that com- ceeds) iitnostdiflleiill then, gangling and ungraceful, with n "Thou When ho lifts up his language." (lied fire, curtain.) pels attention. melancholy look and lone. We looked voice- in a shrill scream whoso notes " Do voir want to kill the child ? " ex- at him and thought of our teacher, and as far as tho ear can reach, wo aro of ono aftemoon at school, and of tho claimed a gentleman, as he saw u 1 tttmctcd, even if wo do not admire. Ho tip the baby out of its carnage an tin unkind remark Unit fastened it all in itnits about with an air of importance, walk. "No, not quite,"' replied tin our memory. Tho cfass had read, from as if ho owned tho wholo neighborhood boy; "but if I can get him to bawl loud ono of tho old readers, that interesting and could impart information as to tho enough, mother will take caro of hin story of tho lost child ; there sat tho rolno of cuti? piece of real cstnto thoro-m- . in the ditch with teacher before them and asked, of tho I From his iK'rsonal appearance ho wliili go and wide one above named, tho subject of tho Johnny Hracer." might bo supposed to bo both wealthy " How iKr.s the Empress Kngon't lesson. After somo hesitation, the lxy md taKntcd, for his feathers are gilt-dgreplied ho could not tell. "Well," said Wtokens Iress?" lmpured an impuMtiu- femali and his diuntydemt-nno-r the teacher, "if you wero to wander If ho was only of a bachelor friend juot retunied froii 1 certain ki;id of culture. woman," was tin nwoy from homo so that you could not hreud enough Jo hold his tongue, jh'o-pl- o Pans. "Iiko a lie found, what would you be called?" might not dUcoer what uu empty-heade- d brusque reply. " Of course," poiitinnis Tho name of the lesson was rememlajred creature he is. His speech be- tho inquirer, "but I wish to know v now, and, as if somo hnppy thought or trays him. Ho tolls lit story with such ihe wears costly drosses." " I undei new inspiration had beamed upon him, ungalhttii taud you, madam," was the mock dignity a to csmnh Uio hhallow tho lxy exultingly exclaimed, "Tho And jet ho is resKHite, "she dresses like a woman-wear- ing ncHH of hix pretensions. "Hul Haw! Hawl" the most costly garments sin Lost Child 1" Ik'chiim' he is nil uncoiihcioiis of i it 1. heartily laughed tho teacher, and then lln fact that he is as easily wen through can procure." should call you n said: "Well, sir, A ciuNTLr.MAN traveling in a rnilwin as If n sde of green glass instead of being The indescribably hateful lost "lad in thmt gorgi ous greoii feathers. carnage was ondeKontig, with consul tone and manner in which these words To go on dress jmnulo this bijH!d has no erablo eaniestness, to impreMi some ar wero spoken rendered them ieculiiirly win iial. It is in tho performance of solid gumoiit uiKin a ft effective. It was years ago, but wo Jut that hu is found lacking. For reg- was leatcsl opposite to him, and who shall noor forget tho sad, insulted look nither dull of apiirehension. At ular uu fitluesH the ordinary barn j'syil that settled on the face of that youth. shglitly irritated, he oa. hen is his Micnor. AVhile ho lives tho length, Ho was homely, sickly, alwajs shrinkik of no jiarticular uso. 'Wh'en claimed, in a louder tone, "Wny, sir, ,Hac(K-ing nnd quiet, nud very sensitive, nnd slam tiicre is but little of hlin, and that it's as plain as A IJ C !" "That maybe," that bit of ridicule not only cnished tittle makes not a cry sHory meal, qtiietlv replied the other, "but I iim j him, but sileticed tho wholo class. And rite common duck, who waddles through D E F I" j tins uvouing when ho said: "Somowny, the mire and quacks as lie waddles, is, Tiik natives of tho Orkney islands are I don't know why, but I never liked whether alive or lul, a far more desir-ibl- e taid to enjoy good health and to lhe Mr. Johnson," wo thought tec knew why. bird than tho oacock in all hin long. For theso blessings they ore in Miik. J. V. II. Koo.nb. pomp and pndo. Mrx.'ir, ImL debiisl entirely to the bracing climat We must not blame tho poor jxmcock .mil their own healthy A MOV.SK THAT llllASK WHISKY. 'or his sijmrent vnmty and ainshiiess, tions. A otiug wnimui from one of A motiho iulmded himself into n lady's 'or circumstances leyond his coutnl these islands wits asked whether his lo-i-ng her jKHiple were genorwlly long livers. chamber, and found uihhi her toilut-tabl- e Iiiim mnde theso traits a jxirt of a small vial of whisky, which, it is For him to strut is as natural as for Willi uneotiscious uairnto slio rejihed llie duck to wmldle. Ho comes as hon-wll- y "Yi-s- , they lie to a fervat nge ; thureV but fair to say, tho lady used for tho iR'noilt of her crimps. Tho vial was by tliat hightonel screech as the no doctor on tho island." stopiered with a pacr cork, which, of unary by his tuuuful song. Tho gay A Tocxo lady was speaking to a friend course, was saturated with whisky. The tealhirsgrcw in his tail by tho samo who had called iioii her regarding a that jirovuhsl bristles trait characteristic of her mother, win mouse nibbled on the top of tho cork, Pnnidence n.i.l fltiulK iiirtn.Kt.l.til in ilrnuiiirr it find 'or the pig's lxick and wool for that of aWs had a g.KKl word to saj to ou-r- i Qw the sheep. If tho bird docs his best it .one "Why, sho said, "if bahu, were ,jwl nWll0(1 Under Uio sUmulus Uius j not fur us to find fault with him. Hut unuer t.sc8B,o mo, ner wo ,, nave v . fa Ul0 u ,iwl lt things gcxxl wonl to say for him. if human beings, of whom lietU-, . . Just then , , f pearcll aught bo exxs.'t4sl, find no higher aim the mother entered and was informed Jinn to ajx'tho bird of Imlbant phuuago what the daughter had said, wlieretqKiu for it was iromptly instituted. It was soon dico ered in the drawer of a buuid stAtely mien, thoy may justly b ho quietly replied : " Well, my dear, 1 reau, stretched out at full length on a oiade to M'M ss targets for the arrows think wu might all imitate Satan's comfortable lied, dead dnmk. When it ( the critic. aro somo human There u uigtt who are Isirn with golden kjskiiik A ruiiKY came to a Oalveston Justice wiw n.moed and thrown upon the ground, the shock restored it to partial n tluir in'Mitrn, ami for whom there is of tho Peaco and nskisl for a wiuTant for consciousness and td a staggering effort aot-peimissiou in tho world Hiccpt the arrest of Tim Webr. " Wlu.t's at locomotion. Moral : It is not snfe mi ci nut tluirsiMsms and stmt on drew he done?" "Ho stolu my chickens; even to smell the cork of n whisky-iMittl- e. Happily thpso people are few ; imiHili dar's do tedders ill his yard." " How do wi fen, indeed, that tho world caii affeathers lsdonged to you know tho-ford to feel them in jsiy for tho sport chickens?" "I kin prove it b Titnnn was not much doubt in the ml tho instruction they atFord. Tho jour Jones, but I doson'l hko to havi minds of tho mob at Clinton, Dak., C5ol. 4srt is miughsl with instruction, for, as him lrinig into court, easo ho is so that lien Day ought to be hung. He the world HiiiUM-- itself by looking at modosl like." " Wliat's the matter with had committed tho capital crime of (hi-fand watching their antics Ccl. .Tones?" " Nothing, but, to tell de stealing a horse, but he urged persist wl lb 'iulresH parode, it IwinuifFoui tliem troof, els r mco I stole his cluukciw I ently that he had only meant to borrow whi'Iisnmtt Icmkiii, namely, t be as loes idl confidence in de man as soon at tho beast, and finally snid : "If I wns When men tittle like them ss possible. he looks me squar iu d face." guilty I'd want to be hanged ; and, any. itel women, ol whom tho world cxHct how, 'tisn't worth while to make much (cni'i1, neglect their work to put on sirs A iNiwMiicn was recently found on fuss nbout it. Jut tots up a dime, and, mil to play jieaeoek, tho sjsirt emxes, Mount Washington, showing that tin if it goes agin me, then I won't say a 4ud the display becomes in the lnghunt monutmii was completely subtnergeil word ; but if I win you're to let mo go." h gree melancholy. during the glacial period, eontinry to tin The projiosition was accepted, and Day One of the saddest sights is a peacock opitii m h.thrnj I'll outc rtuiued. -aught in n storm. A common lxini-yur- Isiwlder coneiondH to the char.iet-'- i Till'. HtUlO ASIi THE I)U(1. fowl looks sorry enough as he the rock mi Cherry mountain, ten um. A dozen mou were watering their drij-pin- g taiiils on one lug in the ruin, with tiurtliwest, sliil D.IXM fc. t below tho sum saloon when two feathers closely adhering to nut of .Mount Wellington. It wu throats in n Detroit ttrangers entered, nnd ono of them Hut such a taken down thu iiiuiintuin, and go" ; stalwart form. Ins raNed his oico and cried out : itself com the Naturd Hutory nsuns in li.ie.tnu. wet fowl is Ixtanty " Gentlemen, allow mo to introduce to pared with tho forlorn npjK'ariince ol I rstioi. Kocix'k rou Cnpt. Green, of Chicago, tho hero the draggled and disastrous At n n e nt aniiiM-rsursho was locked up in a room with a dog when soaked with rain and stuck up he Isittle of Koith 1'oint, nem 11. 'or two long hours, armed only with a with mud. His proud head droojw, his iiore, ten of the sixteen HtirMV.irx in.il- 'i piece of lath." Lul trails in the mire, iuuI encli step in the i rK'i Their mk'' "" Several persons nt onco stepped forveins n tniscrcrc. Thus it is with ll.. rum Nl t !).", and the eldif-- t i hit . ii ward and shook hands, and invited Cnpt. v d.Milcd the id ptr-o- n from under whom the stilt nirish lag which tie Clreen to drink. Ho hod imbibed three of jK't.iposity are knocked, and who i '"! n, in .i d ne which, "'i I' at h.ixi.ig for some time been apjiraised nt ti write "Tli' ht ii :tiii"lil ' i.ni jlosses of beer and got two cigars in his pocket, when ono of tho men queried : his own estimate, suddenly finds himFIIOTKCTIOX I'llVM LWHTXISO. self marked down to what the world "You must havo folt purty skenry ?" A knight of the olden time hi full "Yos." consuleis his actual cash value, llie armor was probably na safo from tho ef" Was tho dog mad ?" world makes somemistakes, but it has n fects of thunder-stora as if ho hod a don't think ho was." fashion of marking values of this sort lightning-rod- continually beaido him ; with a reasonable dereo of ooounvy. "And you kept him off with tha and ono of tho Roman Emperors devised Inth ? " There sue thrct clreil importer on llie a perfectly-sccur- o retrent in a thunder" Yes." One of storm iu tho form of a subterranean stall of the Philadelphia Time " Well, I don't wnnt nny of thot. ki1Icb vault of iron. them, recrntly (liichnrtrtit from ilit Ho was probably led tc force, dres ea well, wear kid gloria slid this by thinking of a mode of keeping Locked in, wero you?" "Yes." carries a cane. More than a hundred out missiles, having no notion that n newnper in thin cnuntrr are edited nr.tl thin shell of soft copper would have " Couldn't have got out if tho dog had publiihed by colored men. George W been quite as cfteotivo as massivo iron. been too much for you ?" "No." William colored But tlioso Emperors who, as Suetoniut (formerly paator of " Well, you wero a hero, and that's a church In C.nclnnntl) ia one of the edit-or- a tells us, woro lniirel crowns or seal-skifact. What breed of n dog was it ?" A colon d of the lloatnn Iranteript. robes, or descended into underground " I think they called it a ioodle," man is reporter for n evening newnpajHT caves or cellais ou tho appearauco of a Ttiietly replied tho hero, as ho slid for in Providence, Five art) employed on the thunder-storm- , wero not protected nt the door. the New York Globe The editor of tiia all. Even in France, whero special atGlobe siyd colored men lake to newjjuper The crowd slid after him, but tho first tention is paid to tho protection of buildnork si icidilr a duck lo water, and aiiin out doors nhvnya has tho best show ings from lightning, dangerous accident that the inspiration of a majority of them uso his legs. havo occurred whoro all proiwr precau- io ia the hot e o' reaching politic d office. tions Bcemed to have been taken, lint Rptir.n jonisclf, brother, but don't Owinu to the frujiiency of pelitiona ou more careful examination it wot quoad uuiM'lf too thin. Too mam for rehearing the Court of Appeal hs usually found that somo ono essentia) J. its iu the world already. adopted this rule: Petitions lor rehearing element was wanting. Tho most commitat clearly chow from the record that mon danger seems to lie in fancying The Trslrte FartAr truly remnrks that s tome ipietion iltilr ruhmitleil hy the cnun-eis necessarily prop little fc rethought on fiirm is good thing. that a lightning-roi- l and itec'siveof llio cae hag been over orly connected with the earth if it dipt It rave time, money, and much of there, looted hy tho court, or that lie decision into a mass of water. Far from it. A alien that is liable lo come without it ia in cor.llict with a Mamie or with a ecu reservoir full of watci Like the watchman on a fhip, atod farmtrolling (hcinlon to which the attention ol is not n good " earth " for a lightning er inut be always looking ahead. He the court wan not drawn through nexltci rod. Tho bettor tho stono-wor- k and luupt bo quick in his judgment of what or inadvtrlenre ol co.tneel. Any petition cement tho Jots me they fitted for thh should be dot e at the prtient lime, and be vlnlsttve of lhl rule will not he neniilitnl. special pttrpot-e-, nnd grunt mischief hat should have a good perception to bIio to hu died, snd, If filed, will be striuUn Leon dono by forgotling this. Nulurc. him the best thing to do in the future. from the record. Interior Journal l'LEASASTJtlliS. locust lea rr.a. JiMKN II. IcCltKVKY la a Cunrtlitnlp f.ir ('..ngren In Ihe Eklitli DUtrlct. iitjrcl In llio will ol ihi Urmntracr. Wr-A.3NT,I,JE333 1 ! .... CONTIMCTOK A III IMUCIC BRIGHT & To liulld n tolmrco lurn &0x '00 ApiAy to or J Jivm A . I'. IMA It K U'A 'I ' fd MAN, TT htanford, hit, Rj. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - tea-che- POSTED? Thli notlcw forewaroi hunlcra, flberiiieti and landj without rein liable to lo rocecutid to Iht rullixtvnt of the li sianloril, Ky , Much I7ih. IS1I Signed I). McKtltrlck, OuiA W.M.McCormick, II. T. Iluib, A. IV. Carnter, K Krlil, n. toanop, K, Cobb, Hub die. HlgKlniiKflljr. V n. KhtKlui, II. ll. A J K.tloTrr W.C, McCormacc, (I. I.. M. II Lytle. inn, r. j. rrtfr J. W. WeithHford, to trniaooti all tlrrpMin ,ur ich are 1 to" ten-che- st - ro-ec- GROCERS -- AND DEALERS IN- - J. C. Vanoy, A ll.rrlf, 1 W. Carter, Win. Hurton, .1. H. T.J Ed farler, KinUr. T. M While, (232 ljr) 1? t: Maicurn J.M. Illlf, J. II. McAllittr, .1. ll. Jonen. J. U, tlonlKomrrjr, Muriihr, ed REPORT OF THE CONDITION or ihic HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. Farming Implents, Buggies, Wagons, -- National Bank of Kustonville. In the State of KentuoVy.nt the bualncaa Mar. 7, 1884. IICK8. .. 107 W1 1,751 25,000 5,202 1,310 1,171 . .. . oloao of 1 It KbOU Loai. and dlvountr 9i 22 00 OterJmfli- U.S. IlnndinftH-iireClretilatlo- Hue from RroTed rwne ngenti! One from other NaliormlIIiiiVs Iteat Kstate, Kurnltureand fltturet Current eipcnws and taxri paid....... I'rciDlutm paid C'hecLi and other cuh iutut ItilUof othtr IUtan ls-in- frle ISal-teiHle- r Dotes 51 25 31 31 15 1, 03 1 2 31 15 1,707 00 2,187 15 3.500 CU 1,125 00 INCLUDING THE- - k Itedeniptloa fund with U. t. Trrarurer cent, if circulation) 1 ir Total Capital Stock paid In burplua fund 1112,310 3.! MA IIILITI HS. . . ... I'ndlrltltJ profitJ! National Bank noUa outitandlng ImllTlduM DrxtU ml'jMt to check Due toober National BanLi ToUl.. S50.000 2,342 1.161 22,500 31,180 1,77 .112 00 70 10 00 3 21 Mitchell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, McFai'land and U. S. Buggies and Carriages. SOLE AGENTS FOR South-Ben- d 310 8.1 bTATE OF KENTUCKY, County of IJnroln, I I, J. W. Mocker, Caahler of Ihe above named lUnk, do anlemuly twear that the abo-- e Half mint ii true to the beat uf ray knowledge and tllef 5 W HOCKLIt, Caahler. Fudrcrlbcd and twoin to Uforc rne Ihlt 131b day (i V l'EACOCK, N. of March, ls--. and Hamilton Plows, Sole Agents for Furst & Bradlej 's Sulky and Turning Plows, de-nv- of I. lornct Atlrit M T. J. Kcim.itri, Jso D Caai ktx, Liimtn akok.v, Directors. I REPORT OF THE CONDITION r Riding and "Walking Cultivators, Sole Agents for Evans Corn Planter and Thomas Harrow; Also Agents for Walter A. Wood Harvesting The Farmers National Bank ." AT HTANPOKD, In the State of Kentucky, at tho Close of Business, Mnr. 7. 1884. anil illM)nl Overdrafts V. 8 Hindi lo secure circulation Other itocl.9, bundt and merttttgis I)u from approve I re ttjit agents Due from other National Hanks Ileal eitate, furniture and fixtures Illllj of other lUnki Machines; KKsO U !'.(. Iurn l. o 1121,575 IC 7 4 StS JO.OJO 00 25,000 CO 30,505 51 5 051 07 6,3'JO 00 750 CO 0 ''0 2,000 00 6,0(0 00 2,250 00 ALL AT BED ROOK PRICES. s i' Fractional apcr currency, nkkeli and tenntes specie Legal feeder nolea ItCAleiuptlim fund with V. S. Treasurer (5 untuf circulation) lr Total In Capita! stock burplin Tumi UndtTlded pioflts N.itlimM llnnk Notes uutslanitlng Indlldiialdep'llsul.Jct to check Hue otbirNstUnsl Hal W Due to Stale Hanks no I (linkers Total ild I.I ANILITIES. t75 S200.000 m 90 - C0,0 00 82 d 4.2C7 C9 4CC0 00 111,271 54 1,574 CO 2 209 85 li . WALTON, ! JI57.886 00 STATE OP KENTUCKY, j ' County of Lincoln I, Jnn. II. Ownley, Cashlir of thcalioTC named Iluil, ilo Milvuilil) swwir that the atioo tatellHIlt Is true to the lest of my Lnowletlcu and Mlef. JNO. 11. OWsLKY, Cusulcr. l e-- Sulncrllieil nud sworn loliefure mo this 15th day W. M. bltlOHT.N. 1'. I.G Mar , lbsl Coirect attest: S r S'iuik-"- , V. Atcuks II (,vLKl , I - 1 J J i Directors. REPORT OF THE CONDITION" OF lilt krf FIRST NATIONAL HANK At Stanford. In the State of Kontueky, at Closo of Business, Mar. 7. 188-1- . and Discounts OTerdrafts U.S. Ilonds to secure clrrulatlot Merchandise- Other stocks, lionds, and morlRW Due from approved rescrra aueats Due from other National Ilanka Due from stato Itiuks and hankers lUxil Estate, ruralture and tUtures Current espenses and tares paid Premiums paid Checks and other casb Items Hills of other kinks pennies OF HTANPOItl), UEbOUUCES. Shaped r ST t' "I I)ns u J",0I,1C8 08 4.CIS 71 200,000 00 2C 23,100 00 2,625 14 6,9'J3 41 I 00 ... 8,857 So 1,120 35 21,789 49 3,217 87 L120 00 .! - Fractional paper currency, nlikels and - u "4 8.ocle Legal lenJer notes Redemption Kind wlin V. B. Treasurer per cent, of tluulatloa) 15 Total 3,867 21 8,100 03 9,000 W 8015,591 07 COR. MUM k SOMERSET Ll ABIL1TI KS. Capital Stock paid In Surplus fund .. Undivided profits IndlTldual DejxisIU sutject to check Due to other National Hanks Due to btate Danks and bankers J250 00J 00 89 I67.GW 71 7,123 55 801 42 L00 3.3J 00 el .$015,591 07 Toial STATE OK K ENTUCK Y, 1 J (.Vanity of Lincoln, I, Jno. J. Mcnoherts, Cashier of aloe namel sweir that tha aUye tiank do soivinuly statement Is true to the host of my knowledge nnd JNO. J. McKOHKltls. Caller. belief. Subscribed and sworn to lIore inn this 171 Inlay W. M. UUIUIir.N. 1. L. U. ol Alar., 1S8I. CORhECT ATTKST J. r. It, H. UrtKBR, "I W, VANUsVKcn, C. Hsiour. ' ) STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. "i WW 11 QW Wmwmm'wr -- mmvi .'I 1 I m-m- ' .I1, l IlSllAIff sell- HVC-AJFlCIE- I will begin to &j&JI?TJTllDJJirn THE a: KrVTIIMS STOCK OF 22, 84:1 CLOTHING, DRY COODS, BOOTS, SHOES, 8C. A dah AGED GOODS BY WATER AT THE LATE FIRE ! At appraisers5 value, which means I AT 50 GEN TS ON THE DOLLAR. Don't let this chance slip, and call early to avoid the rush. In order to give all a fair chance, no goods will be sold by the bolt or in a lump. " ' "Stanford, Ky., March 20, 1884. Special Cars for Train Crania The Mother of forty-Fo- ur ! n, 1 SS KILLIXG A SHARK. Opposite Myers House. L III UHK.IKKn No Irishman ever breaks the law without having one eye watching ov r his shoulder, to Ihi sunt his way of t'cufl is . ojh-uI reiuciiilxtr when I llrst went over a charneU'nitiii story was current. A man was under rontcuc of denth for some bad crime. A gentleman whom he used to live near changed to know that the man had meant to nlioot him. He went to the jail tho day the man was to Ihi hanged, anil said to him : " You niipht as well tell nw, Pat, since it can now mako no diffireuce to you, why you did not shoot me ; for I know you ui' ant to do it?" Tho gentleman was a capital shot, and always carrwsl arms, and was known to lie very remiluto. Tho answer was: "Well. your Honor, it's true it will mnko no odds to uiu now ; so I'll tell ye. I had ye covered twice from Isdiind a ditch, aud as I wtis going to pull the trigger the thought wont through my head, lly hetoens, if I miss him, it's all up with mo.' " MaomiUnn'H o Children. "All passenger trains iihould hare one cnttle car and compel ever rnan whochews tobacco (o ride in it." "And their should abo haul one flat car," said the cross passenger, "for the fresh air woman who always insists on keeping the car window open. She should sit on a slab seat on an open grated cat and breathe ash-e- j and cinders to her soul's content." "And a dark and lonely box car," said the tnll, thin pasenger, "for the man who whistles. The whistlers could all get together in there and sit and drum on the on the sides of the car with their fingers nnd whistle all the tunes they didn't know nnd the rest of the train would be happy." "And a Kalamazoo velocipede," said the fat passanger, ''for the man who drums on this floor with his feet every time the train BtojH." Here the man on the wcod-bo- x suddenly ceased pounding his favorite over ture with his heels "I! the time he had worked his knees on express time forty five miles," continued the fat pwsenger, without appearing to n anything, "ho might le utile to give hU feet a vacation of two r three hours." 'Acd occasionally," ihf unn ou the wood box siid, leaning forward t g z intently into the stove, "tiny rn'ghi put miliar-nuai'- s Jumbo car for the nin wh always his to ride over the trucks tor lesr of springing the car " There was an embamaing Mhnceofa minute or two, when the fat pastengtr said sjiuething about the refrigtrator cars fcr the man who was tui freih to keep in a dsy coach and then everybody began to fear the conversation was taking on a congressional aspect acd so the committee Robt. rose ami shortly after adjourned. j I'm heavy, mamma, but sing mo a littlo while." Si'RiNa Plowing While it is.undoubt-edlv- , God bless him I I am only too glad desirahlo to get the land plowed as feol that ho has not outgrown all love early as possible, to prevent the work from crowding duiing the sessin, it must be 'or mother's songs and mother's arms ; bourne in mind that nothing is gaincJ, but to I sing him song nfter song, wonder-u- g the wliilo how any mother can resist much lost by plowing the ground while it is too wet. If land is plowed while it is :he lovo and affection that a littlo child inpid-lyof- f. surcharged with moisture, it will cake or jives when taught to look to mother for J. Ilurdatte. " bake and especially so if the land is clayey :omfort. Tho second shark was only a few feet While Mr. Towr.aead was in Washing- or heavy and no amount of after work or A child brought up in a loving and rethe signature "Gatb," cultivation during the season will get it ined manner cannot fail to reflect credit off. Without losing a minute, Manuel ton he hit upon which has become so widely known, He into good condition. We have made such ipon its parents ; and from tho heart of plunged down again, mid, coining up viglias given tut) the following account of the mistakes ourselves and no doubt others me who is mado happy in his childhood under tho shark, laid it open with a orous blow. Tho shark rose to tho surdeveloped the name: manner in which he have Hnd will do bo again in the desire to tho picturo of homo and mother never "Applications for my letters came pour- be forehanded with their work. Any land fades ; nnd in after yours, when assailed face, pouring out a red tido of blood, and was soon floating lifeloss past tho ing in from all sides. I was wriiin for which is inclined to bake should never be ay tho cares ot mature manhood, no sido of tho vessel. the CVftWamI Ltwki over my initial, for 'disturbed with the plow, in the spring, un- - nill look back and say, " God bless my Cheers and hurrahs greeted Manuel the Cincinnati Commercial over the name in u can ue put in order with aiothor I " ns ho climbed back into his craft, having Swede and for the St. Louis Democrat over plow and harrow. Not only will all the Wo soon hnd him on A Florida correspondent suggests that won his prizo. the came Finn and was using my initiali work during the season be more laborious besides in the New York Tribune and in a on a piece plowed while too wet, but the the Government Bupply telegraph, railroad, board amid n livoly party. One of tho sailors took tho wholo afPhiladelphia piper. Suddenly the Chicago crop will not be as fine or profitable as on and atetmboat companies with flags nnd Tribune applied, too; I put downG, A. T. n piece plowed when just in the right con- lanterns suitable to indicate by day or fair in dudgeon, mid said ho could do as night the different features of the weather much. Tho Captain gavo him lcavo to nnd then balanced my pen and said: 'lam dition. bulletins, and require their display ac- make tho trial. As soon as sharks wero tired of writing that,' so I tried to make A LETTEitor Andkew Jacimon. Th cordingly as the reports aro telegraphed again seen ho descended tho lndder. some monogram of it and the only conso- Little Rock Gazdte prints the following syllable with it over the country. We hardly fee on what Tho cook tlirow over a spoiled codnant that would raako a as a veritublo letter of Andrew Jackson. ground the Government could insist on the fish, and n hugo shark darted at it. was II, which I added. 'Ilello,' said I, It certainly has a characteristic flavor: signals being so displayed, although it sup- Then tho Bailor plunged in. As ho rose 'that is a Philistian city. Hello, agsin,"it "I was glad to hear from you, and to plies the daily reports to all who care to to tho Biirfaco, knife in hand, ready to is written in the renptures, 'lell it not in know that the Lord, in His divine mercy. take them. One of the fallen) So I trunk railrt ads strike, ho was Bcized with cramps, to Oath. (That Goliah has had thus far spared you. May He ever has, however, shown the enterprise to a lopt which ho was subject. wrote Gath below the letter. Soon after bless us and damn our enemies. We Ilia knifo must that Mr. Horace White bought my whole nil lean on the cross for support, for mm a system somewhat such as suggested, dropped from his hnnd, and in nn instant greatly to the ratisfaction of the country thrco Bharks wcro upon him and all was forrespoudenee up at a salary and Gath be- is weak, Did you ever see such a d d people along its line. came m7 only known signature for year; scoundrel as John Q Adams? oter. I am pleas-e- d when I went bo that I found last winter, to hear that you have professed re "So much for trying a trado boforo 'Wlm Lllloil llm PrnaiilanI?" .lama...!..! lecturing, that I had written my own name ligion and joined you learn it," Baid Manuel. the church. This more Mr. Milliken, of Maine, in an excited out ot extitence, like a married woman and effectually elevates you above It was tho sailor's funeral oration. the d d manner, in the House Saturday. "A man was merely Mr. Gath. Whigs." , s who boasted at the time that he was a Staland cigarj have "Madimt, you've destroyed five dollars' A San Francisco been named 'Gath,' and my wife wanted be allowed to marrywoman beireed hard tin wart Republican," replied Mr. Townshend. worth of merchandise," angrily remarked a man who was to be Much excitement followed and was in- a dude to a lady, as sho seated herself in me to call my last boy by the same name, hanged next day, The Sheriff was a him with my original man and refused her rcnimt. creased when Mr. Reed, of Maine, took a chair in which he had deposited a new batol presented Derby hat. "Serves you right," she repli-d- , name to him and he now says his name is He said banging was as severe a punish the floor and lectured Mr. Townshend in slowly rising from fhe ruin, "you had Cor. Mariet- ment as the wretch deserved; and one "rop the severest terms for tho course he was Towneend, Jr." Geo. Alfred no httslnrss to buy a $5 hat for a ing In" was enough. ta Leader. pursuing. head." i ursi-ciass I "Post-officesrace-horse60-ce- great Napoleon's fameus definition of superlative female excellence may be accepted as correct, Dr. Mary Austin is unquestionably the most admirable woman in France. This lady completed her 53d year of wedded life, during which pericd she has presented ber husband with no few er than forty-fou- r pledges of her wifely af fection. In the spring of 1853, four years after her marriage, May Austin, nee Klind, passed her final examination at the Medic al College of Orleans and obtained diplo mas authorizing her to practice in both branches of her profession. As scon as the Franco-Prussia- n war broke out she joined the army with her husband and the prolific pair served with extraordinary distinction throughout the struggle Dr. Austin in her surgical capacity and CjI. Austin as an active militant. Toe former, while attending to the hurts of her cirarades under fire, was thrice wounded in action the latter five times. At the conclush n of the war the valiant doctor, having lost her eve in the fervicj of her country, tmt in other respects nore the worse for her injuries and f itiguea, returned to her private practice covered with glorly and in the enjoyment of a cthfT officer's penion. Since then she has lived in peace and honor, the pride of her fellow citizens and indefatigable in her endeavors to render her wsrrior lord the B ston Trsnscript. happiest of f ithers. If the Oaii LITtLK OJYT.V. Who can look at a littlo cliild and not .'col the divine loro and innocence rejected in its dear littlo fnco ? Ami yet t see all around mo mothers who, when ihoy have clothed and fed their turn them into the street to play, lot knowing, not caring what company they keep, and think to themselves, "Now I have done my duty, and tlioy ire all right for on hour or two at least." 3urely this docs not comprisoa mother's luty ? Poor littlo lambs I feel, when soo one of these neglected ones, that mast olasp him to my heart and tnko lim home with mo, that tho jwor child a ay know tho lifo my boy loads and rrows strong in. Oh, mothers, lore tho littlo ones roach them that mother is their friend ; that mother sees and understands their jiids and troubles ; mako thin feel that iron sympathize with them, and that you lover ore too busy to (speak a comfort-jiword. Mako homo lovoly and attractive ; tell them stories, sing tin in longs ; have games for tho loug winter jveuing8 ; and they will lovo thoir honi uid parents. My boy, now 9 years old. .vill, when tired of all else, creep into ny arms, nnd, laying his head ou my chil-lre1 We wore on our way from Vera Crux to Europo, and all interest was centered in a man whom wo had seen a day or two lieforo in tho Moxicon iort. It was Manuel, the shark-kille- r. For a doul-loo- n this tall, muscular enemy of thu fierce fish offered to display his skill. Wo soon mado up tho amount, aud the next day be camo out to our steamer in g Dreast, say : "I know a light rig. "At yoursorvioo, sir," was his salute. Ho pointed at several largo sharks that were hovering near tho vessel to snap at anything tlint fell from it. He went down into the bark in which he luul como off, and, throwing off his mrapr, grasped an enormous cutlass, aud took a keen knife between his teeth. Then, going to tho 1kw, ho plunged boldly in, describing a long, graceful curve as lm cut through tho clear waters of the gulf. When ho camo to the surface he struck out for tho vessel, followed by the sharks, which, howctor, did not approach him very closely. After a time ho turned on his back, and was as motionless as a log. Then wo saw six sharks rush toward him ; but when tho leader got within a few yards it halted, as if uncertain. It did not seem to like the looks of tho floating log, till, evidently smelling its prey, it turned over, and rushing at Manuel, tried to seize him by tho waist. Tho Mexican wits ready. Ho dived, passed under the brute, and, turning back, struck at him with his knife. Wliethor tho aim was bad, or tho blade slipped, tho shark, unhurt, turned over again aud swum AXCIKXT OKSTUTltT. affirms that UoUi stopped with gold have leon found in Egyptian mummies, nnd other learned gentlemen hold vigorously that tho thiug is an impossibility. Dr. John Gnigor, in the Jlrttinh Medical Mufournal, says that in the Ktruse-ile nm of Corneto, thn ancient Tuniuinia of Etruria, und u few hours' distance from Homo, ho has seen tieth in a skull Ixnind togothor by thread of gold olov-jrl- y twisted in mid out among them, tnd that he has ssoii the same thing in museums in tho Vattcuu and olsowhere. Froni those facts ho presumes that it it quito prolmble tho nuciotit Egyptian had more or less skillful dentists. His deduction Li supported by u gentleman who is jKMitiVe that lit onco auw in the Mover Mtisouni, in Livtrjool, tho e of a mutnniitled Egyptian, in which .i number of teeth were secured by a golden wire. It is also claimed that tho Hindoos, 000 years ago, knew something about the art ot binding together teeth that were distuned to abandon each other's company. Mr. Hriggs, in his " Riho and Fall of the Mohammedan Powor in Tndin," docnlm a buttle in which Kootiibood-Din- , the fnniotu General of Mohammed Uhory, who built tho Kootub, a tower which rises near Delhi to a height that makes it one of the most beautiful wonders of the world, slow with mi arrow u powerful Rajah, wIiohh corjise was afterward identified, according to tlu wri'mgs of Feiishta, by Ins urtitici.il tooth, which wore bound together by wires of gold. Sir Gardiner Wilkinson rilKC.lllKyULlUlMI u jaw-hon- Ai7if. DKTUl.S TlIK HT MiK. Jt is wonderful whMt ti groat tlenl niny be mnde of a small part by great atten All pluy-gocrtion to unall details. ccii of this generation, will recollect with w hnt grace mid ease, and, above all, ollVct, Charles Mntthowa used to nitinip-ulut- e his And in one of his great parts, Livater.it was dilllciilt to decide what most attracted the attention of tho atnliunce the netor Mrs. Alfred Mel-le- u or his walking-stick- . s, (Miss Woolgait), when playing did a wonderful business with her apron, perfectly untural, nnd yet unconventional. Feohter taking nnufl (n very difllcult matter to do ou tho stage) out of his creaking box, in "Robert Mncairo," was a "bit" to bo noted mid remembered. Ho was also one of tho fow actors whom a sword simply worn at tho sido did not mako look ridiculous. Theso kinds of littlo details aro well worthy tho careful notice of aspiring amateurs, and will probably gain them sonio npplausu when they least expect it. Above all, let thorn learn to pro. uounco slowly and distinctly, and espo-ciull- y to nvoid Tom Rulbul'u lisp impocket-handkerchief. sou-brette- A.v appalling not of cttielty is rexrted from Poutremoli, Italy. A female in the employ of the Carmelite nuns was found stealing soinc bread to the sisterhood, and was sentenced by a tribunal continued of tho Abbess and two nuns "to undergo the torments of purgatory." Having eon veyed her to a cell in which wus titi iron stove heated led hot, they tied her hands tightly together behind her Ixiek, held her face down for seeral minutes close to tho surface of tlu glowing metal until hor scoiehcd e.Mt. had lost their sight forever and her whole face was converted into ouo huge blister. Ho piofotmd was the horror gem-ratethroughout the lay-serva- nt sisterhood that its perpetmtois, despitu conventual discipline, weie ihiuuiuced by t"overal memlers of tho community to tho local authorities, who, after insti titiug a seaiehiug inquiry into the circumstances of tho como, have consigned tho Abbess aud her confederate tormentors to prison, whoro they aro uow awaiting their trial. Tiik Opposition party in Canada as sort that tho proposition to give tho construction of tho Canada Pacitle railway to a London syndicate is n stiijiendous job. Tho cost of tho work, as estimated by tho Government, is as follows ; Tliuiiilr Hay to Kvlklrk IVnil.liin to Selkirk Holklrk, 'JtiU mllm eit Yale to Kaiulooj Till" would Ail.t to thin f 12,(),0 9,UUO,iu 37,400,0)0 30,0DO,O0) 10),Oi)O,OOO ,M,tM i,iW,irO at &u.vi),uu0 aiTin ot land at latut m't I'ltce 2,iSaliulls Total she tlie njmllcatoworia f ill),l)) icr mile aullily cu 1 au acre,tlio rc'ljt of jmllraU. tHT.toO.UX) mo if mortalized by Thackeray, "You nthk Ithuffer." London Otobc. jjckino tho year 1879 the earnings of tho railroads in tho United States wero over 8529,000,000, or nearly doublo tho entire revenue of tho national Government. , Sir Hugh Allan estimated in 18T2 that tho road would cost 880,000,000; Sir Charles Ttippor puts it at 883,000,000. This would leavo tho syndicate a margin of $02,100,000, besides n road costing 885,000,000. If it is true that New York is claiming tho privilego that tho London syndicate has obtained, it is no wo"nder, as most capitalists would lw 'dad to got thoir flntjors into such a oio.