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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884032801 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. VOLUME genti HeeilB Imtefw X.-NUMBER unfimL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER i 510. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, MARCH 28,1884. 236 WW ft U Tl UR'U) F XTIIS laSSllAKCl I will begin to sell- mp ami: WW SjE3LTXJR,IDj"y, DNfcjIRCH: KiXTIRK STOCK OF 22, 84! 8C, CLOTHING, DRY COOPS, BOOTS, SHOES, DAMAGED BY WATER AT THE LATE FIRE! At appraisers' value, which means GOODS AT 50 GENTS 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. -- 1 I .J COMHOX JL. fe te HENSB 9 Stanford, Ky., March 20, 1884. Opposite Myers House. T.tKISa THE CUAXCK' IX AUrKKTlaiXO. A model advertisement is designed to satisfy tho rational demand of a probable customer to know what you have got to sell. Tho Buccestfid advertiser, therefore, obserres threo rules : First, ho aims to furnish tho information which tho publio wonts; second, ho aims to reach that part of tho publio whose wants ho is prepared to satisfy ; and third, ho endeavors to mako his information as easy of acquisition by th publio as possible, Tho commonest and handiest thing in the American family is tho newspaper, and, as nearly all tho shopping proceeds from the family, from its needs, intelligence, its tastes, and its fashions, it follows that tho thoughtful and successful advertisor approaches tho family by this means. Ho docs not waste his money and his timo in loading his advertising-gu- n and Bhooting it off skyward in tho streets, at all croatiou, on tho chance that somo willing customer, may bo going that way, and may bo brought down; on tho contrary, ho takes account of tho advertising ammunition which ho has on hand, and loads and points his gun through tho columns of somo reputable nowspnper at tho gamo ho wnnts to hit, Besido knowing that nowspapers are tho host means of advertising and how to pick out tho best newspapers for his purpose, tho Buocossful advertiser fully appreciates tho importanco of persistent advertising. Mr. Bryant used to say that tho great influonco of tho prosa for ono tiling upon its power oi iteration. Presenting tho samo subject in many forms, it finally wins attention and acquiescence. Used in this thorough and systematic way, tho advertising columns of tho nowsyapcrs aro as 'useful and essential to tho merchant, as means of telling tho publio ynat ho has to soil, as tho clorks bohind tho counter aro to show his goods when tho peoplo cono to ' oxamino them. Neitx York Post, THE glass MANUFACTURE O LASH. IBI.C. IRTTIF'ILiErX". I have received and am still receiving NewGoods for Spring and Summer, comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style ajid make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley i OF PLATA AMERICAS' WALL PAPER, TRIMMED &:READY TO PUT ON, -- Among tho visitors ut a Wall-stree- t broker's ofhco was a village pardon, whoso Hock is not more than lifty miles away. Ho reproved tho broker for the tin of stock gambling, warned the clerks that they were traveling tho broad and narrow road, and llnally said : " I have somo certificates of stock here, in tho Millvillemine, and, although I am npixxuHl to this ungodly business of scculating in stocks for profit, these were a present to mo from an old friend, and I may bo forgiven for disposing of them at their faeo valuo." " You will hardly Ihj able to do that," replied tho broker, as ho looked up the AT- KEcROBERTS oieim c STAGES Druggists and Booksellers, hou&x: lSFOCI, .vimnfokd. quotations. "They are quoted at 0 cents on tho dollar." " Dear lands, but is that possible I" gasped tho holder. " As I said before, I am utterly opposed to stock speculations, but 9 cents on the dollar is preposterous." "Well, tho stock may tako a boom after a while. Somo ring may run it to 25 or 30 within a week." "But rings are wicked?" "Y-o-I suppose so." "And in selling out at an advanced llguro I would bo defrauding some innocent buyers?" "Liko as not," ANOTHER VICTORY! FOIt THE - THE CHAMPION SULKY Pw The Furst & Bradley Weighed in tlioBal: ancos and Found Wanting ! Tlie Oassecly also Plowed XJuclei- J CHAMPION, for the rcnooiiB tlint It in eaHlcr handled, better constructed, cutH it clenner, deeper and wider furrow mid turns HEN. Nl'ALDING. the soil better. between the Furst fc Vraillcy, In it trial on no farm CHHHCily nml Glinuinlou Sulltey Plows, I untile the choice of the to-da- y Read What a Practical Lincoln Co. Says about Farmer MILLWOOD FARM,it : Mar. IS, 1881. GEO. B. WEAREBT, Agt., Stanford. Tho parson was silent for some time, and then ho asked : ' "Is there a chanco that I wouldn't?" "Well, about ono in COO. Whero one gaius another must lose, you know." Th'oro was another interval of silence and deep thinking, and then tho stranger laid down tho certificates with the remark: "I'm going to tako that ouo chanoo ' in COO and ask tho Lord to help mo through, for 9 cents on tho dollar for any sort of stock is something that no Christian man was ever expected to put up with, even when tho stock was a gift, Fleaso givo mo a receipt, and let mo hope tliat in tho midst of this hasto to get rich you will not forgot that thero is Theological cranks aro not tolerated Wall Street In Canadian courts. Tho volunteered a world boyond this." Dally News. testimony of an agnostio was rejected in Toronto tho other day; and a Hamilton XntS VKITTT. girl, who insisted upon oboying literally Sccno : Margin of a Highland river. tho scriptural injunction to "swear not Afl'ablo English tourist "And you at all," was promptly committed- to jail. say, Donald, that an Englishman in this river last Hummer wluh Tms Irish aro a very elastic peoplo, attempting to swim across it?" Don- A year or so ago in this country wo wero ald "Ay, bir." Tourist "Tho feot sending them money and moans to savo might havo been easily accomplished ; them from starvation. Thoy are now tho uistanco is not so very great." ' Do- returning tho compliment by sending ua s of excellent Irish potatoes, for nald" Vera true, sir ; vera true ; but ye maun ken that it was na tho breedth which wo aro willing to pay a round bet tho depth o' tho water that feeu prico. But fancy littlo Ireland supplybbed him." ing our continent with oar natiro edible. ' i I - To cast, roll, polish and burnish plate requires m&chinory of peculiar construction, and a " plant " is costly by reason of its complex nature. Tho pouring of liquid glass from tho f urnaco upon tho cast iron plates, and the subsequent rolling, ore processes comparatively simple. Any housekeeper who has used a rolling-pion a batch of dough, performs an operation vory similar to s this stago of making. It is tho succeeding processes of grinding and polishing and final burnishing that requires timo and costly mechanism. After leaving tho rolls and bed plate the glass is rippled and rough, and only fit for gratings or skylights. Each must bo transferred to machines s of a that rosomblo tho railway. On tho revolving p!ntfonn tho glass is cemented into a had of plaster of Paris, and tho machiuo started. Bearing heavily on the surfucs of the glass are blocks of metal, aud while in motion tho surfaces aro kept supplied with sharp sand and a constant stream of water. Tho next stage of tho process is the samo as to machinery, but instead of saud coarso cmory is used. Then finer iiuery is used in another revolving table, and bo on for half a dozen times. Tho final polishing is dono by heavy reciprocating dovicos, fed with rouge, and maintaining a constant backward and forward motion, 'and also a lateral movement over tho surface of tho crystal. All this roquires tho nssistanco of a largo forco of men, many of thorn Bkilled laborers. After going through these, different grindings aud polishings tho plato that measured an inch in thickof an inch ness is only thick, has lost all its roughness, aud is of tho ready for tho Pittsburgh Telegraph, n pio-cru- st GEOGRAPHY a LASIK This is a digression, and we JOT return plate-glas- turn-table- glass-grindin- g our anecdotes. Hero aro two baife-wertold to tho writer by tho son of as American statesman of tho highest rank : A scoro of years ago in England they dinod with a lady of very wearing nobly a very high title. and, in tho course of conversation, tha English woman asked tho wifootUtau American statesman if sho had traveled: much in tho United State, following tine np with, tho further question: "Thus I supposo yon havo Been, haven't yoa tho famous waterfall of Nicaragua?" On another occasion, an English Iadjr of almost equal rank said to hor American sister : "I do wish you would tell what aro tho great lakes of America. Of course," sho added, after a pause,, "of coarso I know Wonham Iako ; bat. what aro tho others ?" How many persons in America know Wcnham lako a littlo pond in Massachusetts, which owed its English fame to the fact that a certain "Wcnhamc Lake Ico Company" was cugnged ia peddling comfort to tho thirsty Britons. Philadelphia American, high-birth- , te HEROIC d ORDER. Heroic order of a Qoncral upon the battle-fielto ono of his subordinates,, to whom ho indicates a perilous positions "Colonel, occupy that village with your regiment; hold it till you havo been killed to tho last man, and thou jend back for further orders I" KXOWX TO OVtt AXCESTOES. three-quarter- s show-windo- w pur-chaso- r. Replying to tho question whether or not our ancestors wero acquainted with tho peculiar physical condition known, as somnambulism, Dr. Rognard, of Paris, said iu a recent lecturo that ouo of tho most accurato descriptions of somnambulism in existencowas that in tho sleepwalking sceno of Macbeth. ship-load- Arrcntho battlo of Jena tho fainoui French surgoon, Bnron Larrey, observed that many of tho German prisoners were completely bald. This aroso from want of ventilation in their headgear. A auEssiNO pool at tno cotton crop haa been started on tho Littlo Bock Cotton and Produco Exchange, fivo dollars a. The phylloxera is a microscopio insect guess is to bo paid to enter tho pool, the that Btings tho root of tho grapo-vin- o and best giiesscr rcciving tho wholo paid in, kills it. Fifty districts in Franco aro al- minus oxponses, ready ruined. Unless somo effectivo Tirana is a young man traveling remedy bo found Franco will, in timo not around in Eastern Texas vaccinating the remote, ceaso to bo a wino country. negroes with beeswax. Ho charges a Lss'neM grows on people; it begins in cot. dollar a vac, represents himself as g webi and ends in iron chains. The more appointed by tho United States GovbnslneM a man hai to do the mora to U ernment, and tlireatens that diro penalable to accomplish, for he learns to econoties await thoso who ref uso to bo oper- mize his time, bo-in- Mn. Bass has caused a census to bo taken of tho doer in his forest of in Invernesshiro, Scotland. Tho wprk of numbering theso wild animals , no doubt, soniowhat difficult. Tho report is that. thero aro betweon 800 and 000 stags and about doublo that number of hinds say 2,C00 head in all within an area of about 25,000 acros. Glen-quoic- h, Stmi-ffiBctM- i! $nferiorounral March 29, 1884 Stafford, Ky., W. P WALTON. The Caucu by a yote of 114 lo 67, adopted the resolution declaring that the Horriaon bill, rtilyect to amendment in Committee of the Whole, thould be passed bj Coogrora The claim la made that of the 57 who toted againat the bill, not rucjre than half would oppose it now that it hi been adopted as a party measure and that h of the twenty absent members, the bill. As a matof them favor ter of compromise and In tho interest of harmony, Mr. Carlisle offered a resolution which waa adopted, providing for the repeal of the internal revenue tax on tobic-cand reducing the tax on fruit brandy to 10 ctnlsa gallon. This will reduce the revenue some forty millions of dollars and if adopted will be a step toward the much deaired end of the iniquitou. internal revenue system Atocko woman whoe father was among the victims of the Pocahontas Mines disaster, jumped upon a barrel and in the two dcien young men offered to sany the one who would recover the body of her father. Tiere was no response lo her appeal and she naturally got mad and ''So, you are all cowardM" exclaimed: The fact of the business was that the young men were brave enough to risk sny danger to recover the old man's body,-- but the idea of having a wife forced on their Aandby doing so, was more thau they to wished to bargain for so it continue aioulder in the coal mine. Mis Mollie, or that was her name, mieht have known proposition, would that kind of a leap-yemade cowards of the most daring have . men. Editok DlTTCE says instead of being atalldirpcHd to redicule us by calling our taper "Barnes Kentucky Oman" he really thought that he was doing ub n great favor, "for the foreign letters of Ere. Bairn, which are published in no other paper but hi, form one of the most prominent features of the Journal." Your epology is sufficient, old fellow and we hereby withdraw our offensive rejoinder, not however from fear cf the weapons you prcpoie in the duel for we have been shot in the neck by them more than once, but became we never like to fall out with good fellow fur anything. three-fourtpres-eacear confirmed Minister S'tiwin to succeed Mr lliintj5tfal. Peterabur Hon. John M. Rice, of Louisa, Law rence county, was appointed by tho Gov ernor, Judge of the new Criminal Court recently constructed in tbe Sixteenth judical dlstrist. The earnings of tho Bell Telephone Compsnyfor tho past year are $2 205,591, againt 1,670.031 for the previous year. Dividends have been paid of $1,051,479, and $331441 has been carried to the sur- riliiai nvjuu i 1'iua tMniinl Alex. Pence had 34 cases pending against him at this term of tho Circuit Court, for violations of the local option law, all of which he compromised with Commonwealth's Attorney Bronston nt $25 Richmond Herald. each. The Socret Serv ice Division is it formsilver certified that the new twenty-dolla- r cate notes are in circulation in Ohio and Kentucky, The counterfeits bear either the number B1.4S7.415X, or number 151, 4G7, and may be detected that way. Aspect! Washington telegram to the Louisville Commercial says: ' Commission-e- r y confirms Evans in conversation the statement of these dispatches that the resignation of Collector Swope was not aked for by the President, nor was it desired. The first the President knew of it was when tho resignation was receiyed, and he really regretted it being offered, this time, when complications growing out of it nro sure to prove " Vk "' vior, Sanctificr and Heater! No place ing available in Kritlt, Saturday alitht, our brother lisel made an engagement for Dart-for- d 4 (miles off -- at Buck's Hall, and thither we wended our way, after tea, to find the room crowded and to have a most delightful Bervice among precious old friends and many new bearer. It was very gratiff ing to meet some of the fruits of the Dartlord meeting in such pleasant shape as the welcome of that night, Along the streets, hs we went to the railway station, on our return, tho hearty "God bless you," of successive' group, warmed our heart with grateful praiso to the dear LORD for using us in helping so many. George and Edward Wood camo down from tho city, and tbeira were the first familiar faces that greeted us on the front be- exceptionally clean and luxurious. of tho proprietre-- s favors us Tie o with most exqulsito music for about an hour every morning, while he Is practicing The news In the front drawinc room. from Ejypt is gloomy. I should not be surprised ro hear of a reverse to even British arm. These Arabs are underrated. 1 remnnember that they arc lineal descen-dent- s of Abraham, who with 318 armed servants of tils household swept the forces of 5 Confederate Kings off the face of the earth. This fighting blood runs In the race, whether it comes through Isaac to Britain or Ishmael and Eau to the Bedouins. The indomitable pluck ol the Abrahamic stock is there, Good meetings again and a Joyous happy day all around. Continued neit Ihus. bed u-- ln , IION'fA. Its Candidal HSBE " CJ. TAIsllOTT iub-J- et L1KCASTKU IDVhKTIsKMKMft. r. for Con turn In Hit dlitrlct, lo the action of ths democracy. JAMES Offlcc over Cllltena National Hank. OlDce houra front 8 to 12 a. M, and from 1 to A M. Ii a Candidal tie Cnngre's In the Klghlh illtlrlct, lutijecl to tho will otitis !uHHrC7, v, iiuuiilk U a. m, nuaDKTT'. B. MuntHAIlY 8UIIOE yr4 UKNTlM 'X', LANOABTKK, KY. 11U1IIILR A U. r.WALTKU An ellglMs lccatUn. either In Hlaitnrd or t the Will prartlce In (larrard and adjoining H.oritlNU Ml 1.1. and Court ot Appa Citric In tho Kolduionrountlea Junction fur a block, inch fur le would do well to Thofe hilni toutheid Public equre. Ut-lnrit-cUu WANTED ! J'OTIN rf-- ATTOUNKVH AT LANCASTER, KY. r- HUltDETT. Ji;j)IMMtt,LticMter. - y Millinery Business For Sale. Wlihtng to retire from the burinem I olfrr for ale mv stock of MtM.lNKUY and I'lxlurr. on Tirj rraionaUe lermt. I would ' I plixird If ttios wboarelidtbled lo in will rail sad (elite, ENTERPRISE Grocery. I'Hiica.stcr, Kciitui'lty, MIHS Jf. N. 52B-- 1 HuitouTllle, Ky. I.OC.iS. seats. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLTcOUNTr. RELIGIOUS. Eld. J. G. Livingston will preach at Halls Gap, Sunday next at 11 o'clock. Rev. E O. Guerrant. will dedicate the new Presbyterian church at McKinney, on ','SjmsC. the 2nd Sabbath of April. Preaching will begin on Thursday night before and continue until Thursday night after the 2nd Sabbath of April. The revival at the IfeptNt church, of prie. which proved lobe a most glorious cue, Monday. Feb. 25th. We are to have closed yenterday with n sermon to tbe daily Bib'e Readings at the Wesleyan and young converts by Rev. P T. Hale, who Primitive Methodist chapels successively. who haaconducted the meeting and endear At 3 l M , to day, at the little Wealeyan ed himself to stint and dinner alike in this chapel, for lack of duo "firing up," we had communitv. There were some 45 confess- a rather chilly reception, as the day was ors, 29 of whom joined the Baptist raw and cold, and we would have fared ilhurch, the remainder dividing out among badly, had tbe detr LORD not warmed us the other churchet. Since our last issue nil with such a sense.of His desr love that Bryant, we were almost oblivious of external cirMisses Pattie McGehee, Mary Maggie Bright, Flora Givens, the last cumstances O the dear LOVE that can tho Fold at the College, make us forget cold, hunger, thirst, nakedMrs. Ames, Mrs. ness, stripes, contumely, yokes, croeeea confeweJ, together-wllAVatkins, Misns Rupley, Addie East and burdens everything the devil can heap Maggie Newland and Robert Ferguson. upon us, in his malice! "Overcoming evil Owing to his inability to hold sufficient Yesterday Mrs Henry T. Harris, of Faith with good'' is a eenlence of scripture that stock in the Cincinnati XeutJournal, Gov. Cure fame, united with that church. She bears Gtd' "secret" in its bosom. We had delightful news of one who conUnderwood has retired aB general manager was once a Presbyterian. fessed the dear Name last ciuht a well sneceeded by Charles M. and has been LEGISLATIVE OOINGS. n the "Heath" Six known character Steele. The Lcuisville JTw which never tbe Home bill to weeks ago our dear Heibert found him The Senate pased loeea and opportunity to say a mean word "The 'manage- incorporate the Garrard Frmale CMIege. drinking, was attracted with something of the Governor, says: "The Senate has fixed Apl 2), as the about the man's sturdy character, followed organ 'have ment' of another freet-rad- e him home, reviiitd him and won from turned their toes to the daisies. E. G. Lo day of adjournment. Mr. Cook reported a bill to prohibit him a promise to drop "that drink." Then gan acd J. C. Ucderwocd 'retire' from the , and it is given out that the the sale of epirituous, vinous or milt he got him to promie that hu would attend e organ liquors or any mixture thereof in the the Erith meeting on Sunday evening, at will cease to be a paper The Xcvs Journal is a little over one year counties of Knox and Whitley, and it was leant. On week days it is out of the ques passed. tion as he is an employee at the Woolold, and it haa lest money by the hushtl It on'y reeds the Governor's signature wich arstnal and walks six miles to begin is no reason the paper should not There now to make the bill a law prohibiting his work at C in the morning, and then succeed under a capable management." the sale of spirituous, vinous, or malt liqu- tMcktfur "kmckirgeff" at S at night The Governor has remitted the fine ors in the counties of Laurel, Rockcastle, but Sunday, true to his promise he came, against Capt. May for a very unnec- Jackror, Owsley and Clay. and promptly comfeseed Jesus as soon as essary and wanton shooting and mpited So far as the Hou'e U concerned it he he heard what the LORD had done for his sentence of confinement for twelve unlawful to sell liquors within two him. We look for much blessing to remonths. There may have been some milesof the school-hous- e in No. 15 School sult from this man's confession, among his grounds, with which tl e public are not DMiict.in Lincoln count ; and within three "mates." One item from his former rough for such action, but to thoee, who mil C of LjncLbtirg, Garrnid. and desperate li'e, may suffice to introduce look at the cold ftcts ctnr.ecleJ with the The House pasred Litis to prohibit him For a wsger in cne cf his drinking case, there appears a tucpicion of abuse of the nale of whisky within 3 miles of Irteuh and fikhting bcuis, in r.hich for daring power. Bottom end 4 miles Of Cnrprnter' Creek find hardihood he had no equal, he suffer Is the trial of Berner, for the murder of Churches in Caey, and to prevent the ed hi hands to be lied Lehind him, and Kirk, in which a one cf cold blooded, de- Danville, Lfiicaster, an! Nicholasville with hi teeth alone, the killed a fame liberate killing and robbery was proven Turnpile Company fri.m rollec-lintol rct'tut beti g ftrved up for mastication in a beyond a doubt, a Cincinnati jury found a fn runny of its members and regular will quart mug. But all this verdict of murder in the second r'egree, and in oinc to ml from Pleasant be turned, rs it so often has been, agains awarded 20 years in the penitentiary. The Grove and Fork Church, iu O rrard conn- salan, in the foimation of a pDsitive Chris jury in leaving the court were compelled ty tian character, that will te ts much "in to skulk, and even run to ercape the popuWe as occe tl lar fury. GE0.0. BARNESin ENGLAND aree (lead"ct for good, to turn outlor evil. no ordinary Ing him xpe The Ltgiilators are a keen set Every 13 "raint." Trairc the LOBD for the trans PIIAW13 lime they get hungry for a banquet they fur tiling power of gtnee. We had a glori102 SiiACKLKWKhii Lane, stir the question of removing the Capital ous meeting at night with the power of Daixton, I.onkon, E Mar. 4,1831 and straightway some citzeti comes to time. Dear Interiormany. the LORD present-sav- ing Col. J. Stoddard Johnston is the last to alJust one year ago, to day, we landed 2Gih. Letters from home Tubsday, Feb. low himself to be bled in this connection from the lvcriia steamer. It seems a long of unprecedented cold, and ice foggy Saturday telling (Jen iquibon the lawlesinesi of Sidle, while, to go hick to that D1CUGGIST, gathered in Cincinnati 21 inches thick. ville has caused somewhat of a stir in morning, on the Mersey. So many strange What a contrast is this to the spring-lik- e E. U. BUKNSIDE, ficott county acd the Times is kept busy things hnve crowded this eventful twelve and beautiful weather in Ephraim. We publishing articles pro and con. We hope months, Ibat it seems an epoch of prodig. have had Woli - Known This Old in cold jfcl. Roses have bloom-e- l is tbe result will be to benefit the moral of ious length, ins'ead of the brief period it in the "open" during the entire seaon, Hotel Still Maintains its One sentence, alone, fitly describes it the place. High called by fore of lubit, "winter." Our Evorythlnn Usually Found in a "GOD IS LOVE." One comparison Flrst-ClaB- s Drug Storo. heard from after proTick question of withdrawing the State AND the heart in thinking dear GeorKe Dunlap alone, relieves had a family rejoicsupport from the Agricultural nnd MechanTHE tracted silence. We of it "tei.dei niercie"-PRA- I3E Proprietor is ical College is again btfore the Legislaing over hi precious letter. Few in this Drugs, .Medicines, Hooks, Stntlonery, Its Shall be Second Determined that LORD: to no Country it Fancy nnd Toilet Articles, and dearer to us than unconstitutional, as it is ture and if it is Since uty lal, we have been ery hilar, world are nearer Hotel in the State in its Fare, of him out sgain in raid lo clearly be, it should be withdrawn. Appoiutments, or Attenso that without at all intending it, another be. We h ng to bear Oils tion to Comfort of a the field of evangelism, so "while to the Toys, Confectionery, Paints, fortnight hai almost slipped by without OF CURRENT EVENTS. NOTES their Guests. Groceries, harvest." Dear "Yorick!" He has had a letter to the Iktkuioh. Between VitVsburg acd New Orleans we are Bure the dear Tho three nights' mission at Jrwin st , trying time, but the Mississippi Riyer is a huge inland closed in fullest blessing, on Friday even- - LORD will pull him through nil difficul- Garden Seeds in Bulk and Panors, Sib- Uaaicaar will be eonrfy'd to aad from the da free or rharitt, Srclal arroniinodatlrua ley's Garden Seeds at 2o per paper. sea, being it said, U miles wine in one with innumerable In Comnirrrlal Irarrlrra. Tlir liar nlll Ing, the 22od Feb. and tho next day went ties and deck his crown alnaya anppllrd itlth Ibe cliolfMt 236 tr place. hraudaof l.lgnnra and Cliraia. civil right law, as back to Erith, Kent, our indefaiigablo I'm, In Ohio Crowell's We had delightful meeting, afternoon give colored people a right brother Eerton having wrought, "in sea-si- n amended to ! Full delegations from Dart-for- d and out," until we were recalled, for and night to tat in all restaurants and eating-houseTrad. M.rk. Mr.KWIN'NHl'KCH'H', King and and llexley Heath. Katie another week, to tint pl4ce. was made ft law. liter the letter! They are get-tir- g I will oQer at public aile to tho hlghait tl oue at tl ho (irrnt Kngllli Ileiucdy, A few extract from my diary is all I am Hurry aufong uiy rraiacnca in Lincoln oiuruj. Ky.. The democrats of Cincinnati have Kate' life revolum a m hi i'rrrirari ia. -- hv..nn along splendidly. " i I i.i cminated nn unusually strong ticket for equal lo.today, though it seems a Iszy ! n ur ivraR if ! .nlli, cilfe ... in l. ajriuu- tionized in the moat wonderful way, since NAT! KI AY, ry. Im of llruln l'uwcr, N'Troui SO. 1SS1, the municipal tfilces to be filled there this way of getting at what on? wishes lo 1 xliauitlon, tjrinlnal Wcaknca-- , know any In feed, tho ccecdhcs criLcndi her recent confemion. I do not llillwtutT, uu utuciai ijas ui f l,mr JkAC pring and everybody Mens pleased. .l ill to he more rapidly taught ,n;;ir.'ivJai uyTi&r2 7oV; ,.7 r -- ; Riley Hord, a fugiiivo from justice, seems to be wearing out of me, of Lite, but one who seems it, ,,i,ri X.JT, lione 5 jeara old, A ijckxI in Ik Cowa, 7 Steer Calvr a, R.fnraT7lZ of the vpirlt than Bhe. Herbert.and Edith J5 Kwea and one boutbdowu bag been arreBted at Lexinlon, Ky., charg- may come buck. aucli TrH.le Marie. i tliH i'iccaol inaliirtHl i o They ars our .uinu...!.,,!!'. ui.n. Feb, 231 We came down over daily without fail. Sanorday, ed with murdering Mrs. James Hunter 10 lu'.hcl.cf'wht. 1 Combined Cbaiuplrm If.,,' 1'rci! .." We dined and took tea at er and Mover, t Mi.n.iH'an.lOp pou?d. oflla- - ", ,'KKi"")' .V "w""! t Erith, after dinner to day. Bro. E,rer near.Rogersville Junctiou, Tenn , Found him a travelled con and l.ird, HouubolJ nuil Kltcbun r uin ihm-- i tn.it itMtl lo Hamilton, one of the largmi ton met us at the s'a'inn, and we were .Mr Stannahs'. r..-2'i'! 'Tilt" ' ?V,!i. w.. ... VVU1. aun.pi.oii ...In ,11...d.of .... Kern,l . ..l ... who had been around the world - U(n. r .i. Ilk A and meat prominent Shorthorn breeder in Horn at hi siiiig little home, where, over a gentleman " "" r"iue ino,l n .. as ho went, and nmll ,llrrl,..r r.nirr.I Vmw.m V. .!... cJ"r,u rriloilnloor Wing .... I wTabVit .... .1.1.1. anJ kept hie eyea open Urgent c zr tea table, we learned how much trouurKUiiai the United States, acd peihapi tbe brilliant r5 0 ,,-,,uTi g,Tll)(( tell what h had neen. We had a Hank j Atllm .am time Ind place I will otfer my in tne world, died at hishome Bith county. ble ho had in getting u hack The devil able to I thorn"? lilnoamariiiallll. AftarTaklnir. good time nnd best of all he went to He was a partner of his brother, George Tied hard to break up the who'o thine, li old i.r all Dnilata t the LOKD. FAIIM OP 87 ACRES FOR RENT Si irpnl.ag, or tx MCkairra for Ji. nnd at Hal succeeded. church al nigdt and confuted .lo l. Hn milton, in the noted Fiat Creek herd. but ho persevered, Jor the remainder of Ibe Ttar. There Is n cooa ,nIt t.,ihl'pIik. nn recelntof nrir.. ilwelllnilaiid nil neceaiary oiillmlldlngi on lb 1873 he has had seventy five rales, Bro. and Mrs. E. are only recently married, We were glud. inrtlculara Iu wlilcli will bt Since roo w acrea iowe.1 ,,iled free lo every applicant. AddreM nil cow-I- n liBrln Wednesday, Feb. 27th. We are very rami, over IliA irnlt tret In .amounting to at least $500,000. He has. and both have taken kindly lo our gospel, cooil wheat. rimilndr ..f.tlnfia in th.i bklu inflniilB.ilt.uv eraii. exiLrit lodglngs-Spackour rilen kihI no torn. bi , .Ut'ltlt.li H I I! ' nn ;i Lith county 2,500acrea of land, and more frcra the first. What a Joyful future is be-- , comfortable t Koad. The housekeeping JueJauiiirr; acrca lo NoteInwllb Kent will rr-1, 'h8J. ifeurlly . jiilreil rf llHpjrty rcrtlnu fetanfurd by I'cnuy A McAIUter and all worth of the finest (.trains foro them, if they only begin wedded life House,-- Sjtilh K.ld In iliah $150,000 209-lPi.ljil,. vvLMill.lA. j DruggtitieTirywljeie. moat tidy,the cooking excellent, and the 1m nith a full knowledge of Jesus as the Sa jo.the Shorthorn arena. Returning to Erith, good sister Egerton the best of housekeepers had a delicious cup of cocoa ready, to refresh the party, and we had a social chat until bedtime. The girls are entertained by the Egnrto'ns Mama, Will and I find lodgings half a dczsn doors down the tanie street. Sur 1AY, Feb. 24th. Three services, as usual to day; two in the Congregational chapel aud one in the Primitive Methodic. AH well attended and many confessions of the dear Name. Herbert and Eiith over from the Heath, abandoning their own cl ape), for which I could hardly blame the dear children, seeing they were brought to Jesus through our simple ministry, and it is natural that they should with to be built 11(H) n the rnme lines. Our good brother James Balding also over, from the same place, full of al and wonderfully taught of the Spirit, since the Lord gave him liberty last September. We call him Brother "Disk," and I only found out by accident that he had another baptismal name We made a happy party at Bro. Egerton's, speaking of the "things touching the Kirg" and eingiug favorite songs ( h JfcKt-Jwrnat- free-trad- rt dare-deviltr- y Til IV Tbl. notice forev"" hunter., ti.faeriuen ami not lo littpun our land, wfthaut i all .uch act. are lubleto be prv fouled to the fulllenl of tbelsw NtiRlnnl. Kt . Mmh ITih. 191 Mlcned I). McMittlek, duiA v M McCVrnxl, w t Jipettler, II. T Huiti, The rain of Tuesday put the Hanging I lleid C. KUhi. H Cobb, Fork past fording in a very short time. Ul HubMe. I' 1. Ithwlra, lllKXln. Kelly, hail which seems to have spent its II (I A J I". liover. W. V. McCrwci, Tie M II l.j II. (I. I. force to the South and Est, reached us to T. J Tarter J W Wtahetbrd, Mill. H'ln llurtdii, V. Vjney, some extent. The stmospbere ws highlr J h. J A llartl. J. M Hill. eluded with electricity producing cira.l '. . Carter, .1. II. Mc.Ml.t.r, Kd Rattlirg T J r.irler. diiurbance in the telephone i, III Jonra, roiur J. iiontgewcry, peal of thunder rolled aenws the ratopy, T. M. While, If P. Mareuin. fttJ lyrl and at night after the cloud had pased awsy the Southern hortx n exhibited an almost continuous blaze cf lightning. Caught in the storm the other day I MAKCIt 1EUM. IMI. THL'KSOAV. MAR. M took refuge with my young friend John to lb uistltr of Clro. II. WeareB and J. sola Wearen, hl t pane Murphy and found him an admirable Court whfre. Tht. pelitliui wo filed In He i living entirely alone, at upo'i It waa ordered by the tvurl tbal rxttlee kic- publltbed frat trail ten ilayln Ibe.iavi-present not even a cook on the premise LI iNvaaioa Jul axil, lliat itiig II Wrarrn Jeuble W- aien hia llr hate tiled thlr p tl- yet hi horse wa clean and comf rtable it tlnni In lbs clerk'. erSr of t hi t.urt pra.las With his own hands he prepared ami serv- tho Court lo euipuwrr her to ui, erj.ty, all a ad ed an excellent dinner, presided at the ta coitrv for her on Ifntfl' awr prwertr be may own or acquire, fire from tbWitn ordebl if bar S iud ai a ble deftly and pleisantly, ctrryinc ell the hunband to wake cunlrarli, iu Ingle woman, le trad In be own name, and lo wlmle ffir with perfect and gentle- dlpoeof her property by will or drd A copy. Atteat JAS. It I l.Kl", Clli manly courtesy. Young ladies take note of th's. M. W. Rose returning from a call a few nights since attempted to cros the creek on a foot log. The night was ex Stanford Town Lots for Sale. tremely dark and Mr R p'ohhly wrspjtrd in ineilitnti in, tiiird I i footing and fell, ! lrfand on I ofr for prlt.irly at rr Inn... OVKII l'lf'l injuring hiuuelf severely. I make thi irry A nablr In liui'la ul lb 7 II i.rr'i.S tbe oilh statement for lie purprse ef extracting eliv f 'lalil.'rd More than half id wlihlna third nf a tulle ol the '..iiH Hi the venom from certin maliciou niMubr f l w within iiciblK1. if a touching the intervention cf shot Hi. JunrlleK Jtli.1. firrllrnlli licalr.1 fur per-- 1 lurlaet. ir bare i mj-- yiaiui at Mna iic.cwl .!.- -. I.. .11.1. ...III... loai iwiui. In KUII", uuil WJlcn ...I uiiii ill;1!1 winiiriT ai.ii 1heeltrlh?ery W.l and nio.l lrautllul-- 1 a part e.f the macliir.rr of the exhibition ,y lIr, n,t,.iruuT .iiuaird lot rr.ld- n- t b.i ' In M.htunl. enr .nil...,.n t. U ;. .....Iui ..!.. I. a....... ....... '11,. h.te 4l)n ,i ollereJ lor .ale Iu plot I' IN and m, Ike w, iultie tu.B M cure n of ol any lrdutrtu. wan W only charge that on he hroUR t fRalr.' film in Hint lir ir n wldnwer anil Iih irt lldlllL' her all i unon new .irerla. wl.lib hareluat . oriird, Ibe hivfdr.l and U.t In hia (net to rid hlnirelf of till". rrrb a.anyin Kenluckir. Matt ef Chir coinruunltylawrarRlinj: aa to the tbe l.ni la. Itv.l a. luifiulre noxradlnf ami tbe rrry writ air can l bad at adr lb of frutu intei.t of JtidRe Jlirr in iuijKnlrig n tints ol iOloiS Irrt. 1 hey will I .old to tinne I ut while prK'ii 10 on UoiiaKeaa a, part of hi tentence A m.p of tLciu can bcaren al toy oIIm Some contend that thia ia the pecuninr; 3ye imu II'. II. .til I.I. Hit. t.l.. r.l. Ky portion of the penalty i.djudid for the crime with which he m charged. Otht-rK hold that the fine wna for coi tempt ol court which thej allege waa couched in I hare rented the corner Hotel In Crab (rrch.pt, to tbe interrogatory propound known Ml be I arrl. H i.e, riflllrd and rvfurrdth-e- l hi. k al) Ir, It and j (ojoe lo luu It In fir.l-cl.by the court before proceeding to pro.iieclal amntlon to tramlent mtciu tr.Tr eta will And tpltndld (ample ruoiu. nounce aeiiterife. If the Utter theory le fur the dl.ptay ol tbelr krhI- - and (V"niinoltlon Central enlu. ky I will correct, the proceeding of the court waa iijual to any llou alio bar chargo of ibe l.lnry blable and wilt al oppreeeive. The uian gave a eluiple di- wy. keep It aupplnd with fait horn, and fine rect, rorpectful MiJ rhupa hoLel annntr lumoui. Tbl wih not Inlerfire with my to the question. Tlie court had not paei-Furniture and Undertakers Trade, . and hance thecharge el in upon the be lull line ( juaiice could not beci iM'nied ae aim-- d at Aal.hallci .1 tlnue to krepa .1.... ,M ,nf . Ibe.Kiu...t L.. ..It ..... .. ......la . ull r ( ruilltluir anu iv ipmi . Mi. iium m ..v. uv- e v? in ine rum r inra-eeme nreuine uir rcmce iu me inmrm wm. .III lienor J II. SI eiici.aid .j Fine, nut for con- ihia vexed ipitati..!? ,.b Sm, irab I but part of eentence EJ lenipt, Adams ha hi msgUlrate's office Cook's store. As he lives rather out of town it is inconvenient especially to ladies to go out to his residence on legal business. P. C. Butt reports that be has a msre which Ust week brought forth two colls, one a horse and the other a jack. The horse colt was of 7 months gestation, tbe other is not accounted for. The former was alive when found, but died soon, the latter was dead when discovered. Tell Craildock of file. Mr. Mollie William wishes to s7 to her former customer and the ladles generally, that she is soon to visit the city for the purpoe of procuring a full, varied and elegant supply of head gear and lingerie suited to the cultivated taste of the market On her return she proposes to hold a grand opening, of which timely notice will L H in J. M To Insurers U Mr tiVi tdeiiiure Iu w ct the liuranc Company, with whom wr helu one.thlrd of out Iniursnce, a am tare, policy ol li,"W). Thla fair dralluK, w II rrsult to the Interest of Mr T T at this place tbelr Aleut lM-1- 1 CO. ItHCVK Uf.1t ,t-:- late 9r ntlnfctorlljr rln that otir Ioh by lice and promptly paid by GEO. D. BURDETT HAVE- t- -, it llf at ray I .ball continue lo ke-upply l Mtftr lewlrp Mscalne sod Dilutee, nod lhned.lilue them wl ple.woll and 1 will alo rcceiTeaniouiiLduethaeunipsn) recelp' for tbe Miue p iiiiSinger Sewing Machines. Lately been MnKi n tr iMiuirsivo Additions ibop a on hand "iVx- - To Their hlotkoi - jjg.lf i'l.rr.ii itA.ntn.. etaiif.trd Ky trhi. And now hayo the Beat Stock in Cet trnl Kentucky. They havo Parlor nnd Bed Boom Sett, Carpet,' Cano and Penitentiary Chain, Marble Top, 1 Centre Stand & Extension Tables, Woven Wine. Cot-te- n Top and Hair Mattresses, Folding Bed Loun ges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobes and Sofas, and Everything Elso Kept in a First-clas- s Furniture Storo. UruutiliKvel Mipir Price-- . Lincoln Circuit Court. w, - ktr Un. A kok. , J.At Klfchrr. lldwa A Co a tullafe, l'prlbl and euar Pl.ro fVlr al the ftry, nhvnlnarr llamlllon Org.Ri. Inilruuielllaajld .1 lirlraa anil Ixi.ii in .uli n.... ch.arta. IHmi'I (If lour ordrr. till tu ,.t ... prlrr and tettna Halufa', UulMll-eKy , ClnHnnall lied . dealer. Iu MHjiw.y A G. 3FL. "Waters I. II. ISalduiii A )., , O i,d t, im hon.'. Dr. InJr.ti.poll, .) re PirefLightning & Tornado I.VNUHAXCK! Sevcn'First-Olas- s vai.i'aiim: Companies 1. 1 i.'-- I LOWEST .v. rni rs,. i at. ,,tuhii. j. i;,! OPERA HOUSE, TAM-OKD. b H.V 1.. I I W. P, WALTON, . .,n,i7...iir..tiV -- ln in-n- roprtoior. Ulef er u 1 J eyilux eapaclly. JtMiamahl ial. iiiM slalilvid-IhcailUa- abote. Kltbt mtnniet art. of KeenInHiiJlng nailery, COO atlraeeUfia. Adilrnw kl ll Stanford Female College. STANFOHl), KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, Thl. Ip.lltutton on tbe &4TJEPWKNS II OILS ant-we- r II wiVK-nt- i Monday Iu e'lptwuWr Tblrteroib OK A Bil. til9n ijIt-Id- Cm-lUrrU- ALL THE BHANCJ1M - TH0IJ0UGHEMCLIS8C0UBSE Art) taucht.M well a. d ca-i"- M0BIC, TUB LAKOUAOKB. UltAW. INQ AND 1'ATINQ. fl'llKS, TERMS MODERATE. tJii, I'reparalojy. reKular Heparin enta In Tuition, price ranje freta f 2fl lo ISO ill tb l'rlwary Inlenunllat 1 10. and Colr'yUli, MO. Jj, - CF. Peacock MYERS HOTEL, and Imputation, Jill. for full particular, H. V. ritrilll.Altr. rrlnrlVnl, "tauford. Lincoln Co., Ky. aa lo ho.ro, HUSTONVILLE, KY. STANFORD. KY. Propr DANVILLE PLANING MILL. COMPANY Manufacturer of sen-tenc- Doors, .Niii.1i, IWIihIn, Window t mid Door 1'rnriuw, JloItN Ihkh, heroll Saw I.iilho Worh, Work, Turn. liiK Public Sale ...l. ..l IAKII Floorlnt;, CtiilliiK.Wcntlf '' I n.. crbourriiu?, DrvNNtMl I.tiinr,or 174 .ati 331 jai,.Wi!!'. lire Building i;,n Material e, ","' fiiTS ,r And other Alio Dcaleriln . ... T ' """ rttf-K- . e Farming J8. umber I fall on tn or write for price We keep a larg itock and will do our beat to please you In irico and quality of material. man I:l4 VASVlLLi: VLAKisa 2ULL DaoTtlle, Ky, CO 1 Memi - H VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, MARCH 28, ill ni nfefio 1884. c9y tmfti NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 3 236 f UNUSUAL ATTRACTIONS ..A.T7. J. W. f 2,500 WORTH , OF CLOTHING JUST RECEIVED ! Come and cee and try. moot of Also HaU, Shoos, fcc Of the newest styles ami cull. We Guarantee a fit fo the slimmest, the thickest, tho shortest and longwt. in fact we can furnish a full outfit for the most fastidious ' Mv "assort ' FOREIGN ft DOMESTIC DRY GOODS Covers tho Entire Range of Lending Staples ! . IsTE-VsT- " ZFAJCsTOIIES & in HIGH 9 Storm ITO VELTIE3S I Crashes, Towels Ticklnas ' Comprising all of the Newest Ideas in Fabrics and Combination in Colors. French Cashmeres all colors, Silks in all colors. Cut Cashmeres, White Goods in all the New Novelties, India Linens, Persian Lawns, Swiss Plaids, Quilts, Muslin, Underwear for Ladies and Gentlemen, Nottingham, Lace Sets Pillow Shams, New Spring Shawls, S f . .NO nN, II AMKKK( II ir.I IN ALL .STYLES, LADIES' ltlTilHEIt CI ItCOLAIlS, HICK HACK, PINS, BDTTOXS, HOSIERY, SILK LILE AND COTTON. r JrT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. longed to John Reynold?; but in the mean Lancaster. time Hsggard bad moved roue of the ties Managtdbf Jno. B. Fish. ts L. K. Hubblr, Real Kitate Agnt, Great sympathy is expreeJ for the off of that land and stacked tbem en bis own land. Iteynolds saw where the ties the Kile of the of 101 acres advertised sufferers from the cyclone at L'ittsburg. e in his rrnl estate department of the LancasThomas Duke and Mary Brown, of had been moved and stacked and put a on them forbidding him to remove tbem ter .Vein, for $1,400 color, will be married to dy, Thursday. -- Kid. (I. h Surber, of Dallas, Texas, any more. On Monday morning last, Mis Ella Joplln, has gone to Mitchell, Reynolds was at Patrick Burks' mill when formerly of thin county, spent etk In Ind., to atteud the Normal College at that Haggard came in aud wanted to know of Wtfil place. this community with old friend I he meant by sticking that T. Logan Ii visiting his mother, who reCorn Is selling at SO cent i bushel, Reynolds what cently fractured her thigh hy a fall Weed and canhan hrrrdly be bought nt that price notice on his ties. Reynolds said "they want you to move in attending a Commercial College in Lou Hay is becoming very are my ties and I don't In this county. them until you pay me for my timber." isville and will fin Mi hi course in June. scarce a d d liar, they We hope he may return to Lancaster and T. T. Wallace, "the Sherman," has Haggard replied "you are are not your timber but my own." Reyhert. CO Into husine been putting in his work on Roundstotefor Cant Dan Murphy reports the birth the last few days. He ha caught several nolds then told him that he didn't wish to have any fins with him and went out of of a curiosity in the form of a wale lamb, Gne Fish. by Haggaid. He told which ha a tail and two hind legs well deKid. Cockerel, of the M. E. Church the mill followed velop!. About one third hi length from .South, has been conducting a series of II. not to follow any further; H. opened to follow, cursing tail, the second begins, having tail, two leg meetings at this place during the week. his knife and continued .and sex well ilerelojwil. From this point, There has been no additions and threatening as he went until he reach-- d up to this or from the second pair of hind legs, the writing. the door. R. then turned and fired body in much larger until the fore legs are striking H. in the hand. This seemed t Mr. Chemp Mullins has bought a picked retched, which are four In number. The dwelling-house- , store hui;aj and lot at aggruvate him very much and he hcid anil neck are that of a Urge lamb. Livingston. The up an axe and threw it at R who fired property was bought The double body, which in really only one, from the Livingston CjI Company; price again, this time the ball taking effect in is very large, so that it ii is much at two the bowels. The bullet lodged near the paid for it was $(500. hands cm do to handle it. The captain spine. Haggard is in h precarious condiThe following young men of our counis n truthful man and wan never known to ty are attending Prof. I) mV school at Mill tion and is nut expectei to recover. Reyprevaricate, iu thin uiay bo accepted as T. J. Cressi nolds sent for a constable and surrendered Springs, Pulaski couuty: true. He is nt present confined to his bed Eugene J. Ilrown, W. It. Cres, Geo. W liimself. His examining trial is fixed for but nt A.i not caused from reporting thin Martin and Smith Burton. Fridav. freak of nnture. prohibit the importation An act to Gi.Al Tiding!) The amutcmentlov-in- g An old negr.tt a minstrel show wax and sale of liquors, nle, wine, or beer in public aru promised n treat, nnd the (old th.tt if he did not atop spitting on the the counties of Laurel, Rockcastle, Jack-noi- l, best of it is that the promise will be fulHour he would be put out. Owsley and Clay, passed the Senate filled by the coining of S. II. IHrrett A "Whar's I guine spit, den?" yesterday with an amendment which alCo.'s New United Moniter Railroad Shows "I)jn't spit." lows druggists to sell. to Dar.villo Friday April 11, Somerutt Thero was an exciting election at "Whuf.il gwinedowit it?" Saturday April 12 This show is undoubt ISrodhead Saturday, "Hold it in yuur mouth." The question was edly the largest, greatest, and by all means "Le m pic git outer din white tuan's house. whether the schoolhonre of that district '. the best traveling. It combines with its Nebber seed da like. Wam'ter 'prive n should be removed from Doonesfork, where own vast proportions of nrenic cplendow ' his rights." it is now situated, to Ilrodhead. Iwery unit and its great menagerie a Deopaea Aquaqualified voter in the district voted either "You needn't go out." ' Oil, yas, when a pimon woan lemmo iu person or by proxy. The vote to move rium, Ewers' cntiro Australian Circus, of Japan, a wonder'pit, IV o gwino. J'd leab de 'publican prevailed, It stood 27 for and 'Jl against the Imperial Circus ful Musium of rare inventions and curiosputy,s!ih,of da wouldn't let epit." Ark. moving. ities, and many features entirely new to Traveler. We desire to say to the many friends show world. Our people will do well not of Col. Sam M. Rurdctt, that while he is INi lent opplied for: Cheap burglar alarm. to miss it. See advertisement. not formally announced as a candidate for Drive a heatUou nail in the caning over is known reliaCongress in this district, it The House has made it n crime to nny door, and after clojing tho door hang bly that he hat not announced himself be sell, or offer to sell, any paper, book or h tin pan on the nail when you go to bed. cause the district would probably be chang- periodical the chief feature or characterThat ia to Bay do all tliia if you are natured very materially and besides ho has not istic of which ii to record the commission ally timid and want a cheap burglar cared to weary the people with his claims, of crimes, to display by cuts or illustralt alarm that will work every time. and that he will bo in the campaign in good tions crimes committed, the actors, pictNewa. time. ure) of crimnals, desperadoes, fugitives "Undo John," said little Emily, "do John Reynolds shot Gentry Haggard from justice, and cuts or illustrations of you know that a baby that was fed on last Monday morning, The parties live on men and women in improper dres, lewd elephant's milk gained twenty pounds in the waters of Negro creek in this county. and unbecoming positions, or men and one week?" "Nonsense! Impossible!" ex- There has been an old grudge between women influenced bj liquors, drugB or claimed Uncle John, and then asked, them for some time, but the immediato simulants. "whose baby was ii?" "It wus tho elephant'a cause of the difficulty arose over a dispute Clear boiling water will remove tea baby," said little Emily. about some cross tics. Both parties claimed the land from which the ties were tak- stains; pour the water through the stain Lieut. Dinenhower, who was recently and thus prevent it spreading over tho married, captivated her by relating his en. Haggard had made the ties. Tbey fabric. Adventures. It la the belief of experienced agreed to have Jeise Revuolda run the lice married men that Mr. Danenbowe'a most between them, and when the line had been A spoonful of kerosene put into cold established It was seeen that the timber be starch will prevent the iron from sticking, ' thrilling adventures are yet to come.' GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT no-lic- ll An Illinois paper tells about a woman Explained. "Let me congratulate yon, wlo fell dead while playing the piano. upon the improvement of your Toict," hurricane struck Pitts-- 1 This solemn warning ought to be circulat- said a gentleman to a popular operatic Us-o- r. "You must have given youreelf up to burg on the evening qf the 25th. This is ed from Maine to California aud from St study, for last night you acquitted your a small town, situated three miles north of. Albans to theGulf of Mexico. London on the L A N. It. R. The hurri"I beg a thousand pardons for coming so self wonderfully." cane lated about five minutes, but in that late." "Mv dear sir," replied the lady A recent census of Philadelphia shows gratime committed most dreadful ravages. ciously, "no pardons that there are 3,000 Smith in that city. are needed. You can Houses were blown down end against each-othe- r, never come too late." The Smith family is outnumbered only by v men. wnmen and children wero tons- -' by the English sparrows. ' ed about by tho blist like so many leaves. A freight train consisting of a number of box cars and two large oil tanks, holding five hundred barrels each, were blown from the track. Stores were demolished and goods blown entirely away. The devasta. tion slmottbsflles decriptirn. The walls of dwellings were blown down and people DEALER IN- left standing on the floors. Men clung to Ilartlwnrc, Horse Sliocx, Groceries, ' SclIIcs, posts, and threw themselves into ditches Iron, Nails, Qnecuamtre, Buggy Whips, nnd III tie children were scattered among UBBy Wheels, Stores, Can Mills, Harness, the fHllins debris of buildings, vet marvel-ousl- y Spoke. GralcH, escaped unhurt with the exeption Older Mills, Lap Covers, ItltllX, Stoneware, of n few plight bruiser. Onit woman was Corn Shelters, Collars, carried to thedistancce of Mxty yards with her baby in her arm, yet was wholly unin- Oliver Chilled. Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden and Cast Pnmps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Hoofjured. A grrct manv ol the inhabitants ing and Gtutering will have prompt attention. arc left homeless and destitute and cm do in a dazed way around nothing but wander Jr VoKMlU't, NtrtNinti j John Uriuhtt ,, the site nf their former homes. Horses were blown quite a dis'.ince yet remained unhurt. Pig) and chickens were lying around dead. Only one man, a brakeman' was killed, it is supposed that he was 3 drowned. Theseriously injured wero Col, Ross and Miss Got'. Stringer and wife, Mrs. Col. Stringer had his left leg broken, Mre. Stringer had herhip dislocated, collar boro AND broken and other injuries, Mrs. Ross hod ITiii-iiitiir- e her arm broken. Drs. Forester and Cald! well, of London, Pitman nnd Lambert, of A Full and complete assortment of Furniture, embracing East P.ernstadt, and Dr. Givin, resident physician, were present and did nil in their from the Cheapest to the Finest Suites. Xe power to alleviate the sintering. need to go to the large cities to your at Pittsburg. I Editor Ittltt lor Jturnal: A mrst disastrous i W. H. HIGGINS -- ' B. K UNDERTAKER, DDealei in make WIASIS. Parlor I can and iig zen of Richmond, in dead BucK ten's Arnica Salve. Tlin greatest meilleal wonder of the world, Warranted to epeedlly cure Mii'ii, Bruises, Cuta, Salt Itliciiiii, Kerer Korrc, Cancers, riles, Chilblains, Corns, Tetter, Chapped Hands and all skin eruption!, guaranteed to cure In every Instance, or money refunded. A poittlve euro tor Piles. 2)c per box. For fals by Penny .t Judge J. M. Pifc'g, a well-know- citi- purchases, no matter any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight beingMill duplicate added. Also a full assortment of Collins, Caves, Shrouds and Itobcs, embracing all the New Styles, both cheap aud expensive. Ware rooms opposite St. At4iiph Hotel, Stanford, Kj. Mhat quantity or quality you want, as De-tro- Run on a Drug Store. Never was inch a rush mide for nny Drug Store aa Is now at Penny .V Mc Allatar'a (or n trial Uottlo of Dr. Klng'a Hew Placivery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. All persons affected with Asthma, llroncbllls, Hoarseness, Severn Coughs or any nlTecttonof the Throjt and Lungs, can get a trial liotllo of thli great remedy Jrte, by calling ct the abovo Drug Store. Ilegular alie, 31. A tomur (PHARMACISTS I ilfetet -- DaMLKRS IN- - In All Mankind. thess times when our nowspapers are flooded A Blessing to Pttyayclans' prescriptions accurately compound Alio I Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. JEWlfoEifNr Jewelry & , , with patent medicine advertisements, It fylng to know vhat to procure that will certainly euro you. II you are bilious, blood out of orde liver Inactive, or generally debilitated, there la nothing In tho world that will care you so quick-l- y aa Elcctrlo Hitters. They are a blessing to all mankind, and ran be bad for only fifty centi bottle at Penny Jk McAllitet'i. ligratlj Stfayayiipi ' is iBSMifwrT a ataoTWlv- -' fVA Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Silverware Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower thus the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on abort notice and WarranUJ r, Ma Oladstonk gnvo n dinner to his tenants tho other day, and was groatly amused by an uninvited guest who quietly entered nnd took n scat nt tho WALTON. W.JP. In robe of pur and fleecy whit. head of tho tnblo closo to tho host; The little wicket gate ajar soiuo of thoso proscnt taking him for a A low tripping from afar, PttHhe4l Tiieilav ntut Friday! tenant, others for n clerk. During din. With tuneful rol and light guitar, To woo hla radiant guiding atar. nor tho stranger drank plenty of wlno, handed n letter to Mr. Gladstone, and A lute with toft, lmlJIoui twang-how the doting lorer aang cheered him to Uo echo. Whon tho When paid trictlr la alrance. II we hire to A with rtmorMleaa fang dinner was over, aa Mr. Gladstono went Jwaltaar time, 83.S0 will I charged. A nip, a grip, a deathly pang. into tho street, this individual tugged A maiden with a atartled glance nt his coat-tato impedo his prcgress, A ahrleklng for deliverance JWJB FAMISHED TJtAMr. and was arrested, Tho letter began, A kind ct weird, hllarlout danoe A pair of rlen doetkln pant. " My Dear Satan," and was to tho efJbifl it caino to pass that as n wealthy A maiden fainting with affright b3 benevolent citizen opened tho door fect that tho writer, having just como A loer In a tlrkenlng plight eI3iis dwelling, in order that he might up from hell, offered Mr. Gladstono A chuckling with delight jmceod, as was his wont, unto hi ploco his services. "If," ho added, "you A wild, delidoua autumn night I rftnuiness, ho did behold a poor tramp roquiro brimstono, I can givo it you redlining upon tho stops before tho door. cheap." Tho letter was nignod " Old femisise ponces. A girl's mind develops very rapidly, his injuries. And tho tramp was exceeding lean Harry," Tho man refused to givo his When tho wolf was nblo to walk he name, wad His raimeut it was much more rapidly than an average Sixty, and his eyes they did have in them boy's; and when an intelligent girl showt demanded a lamb as comiensatiotifoi 1m an interesting lottor to tho Boston look of a any special ability in ono direction she his lKHhly suffering nnd loss of time. Ihosatl nnd dog. improves in that especial direction so Tho shepherd demurred, but tho woll Jfcrald uj)on Webster's famous 7th of And tho old gentlemen hovo nigh un- quickly that ono is deceived into think- quoted an old law by which any trson March speech, Mr. Oliver Johnson upon tho authority of Joshua It. to kirn and spako unto him, saying, ing sho has a genius for it; sho hcrselt harboring a wolf should bo fined and imbecomes fired with ambition, works hard prisoned, nnd ho declared ho would gc Giddings, that Webster had prepared JLnd tho tramp lifted up his voico and speech in accordance and many girls can work in n way that before tho nearest ofllcial and mako com- an malHz " Wilt thou give mo to cat? Even would shnmo conio boys builds castles plaint. This brought tho shepherd tc with Northern sentiment. Tho brief of thirteen days havo flown by since feed in tho air of future fame and greatness; time, nnd tho wolf had lamb for dinner. this, in Webster's writing, was placed in iutih poised my lips." gives up other interests and hopes for To get rid of him tho peasant reduced Mr. Giddings' hands by Georgo AshAnd tho heart of tho O. G. was moved tho ono aim, which, alas, is so often dis- his faro to black bread and water, but the man, and ho was requested to inform wifii compassion oven unto tho buret- -' appointed. Nineteen out of every twen- wolf ato what was given him and ex- Webster if it would satisfy tho Sag of his suspenders. sentiment of tho North. Tho ty might we not say ninety-ninout ol plained : " I shall not gain strength and bo able brief gavo Mr. Giddings tho fullest satisAsd he called unto his every 100 ? girls stop when you think .aad commanded her, saying: "Give they aro going to do something worth o leavoyou until I havo better food." faction, and ho felt no further anxiety as The peasant then changed his fare ia to Wobater'a position on tho great ques4&bb unto this poor traveler food nnd doing, and never get any further. They feraik, of which lie sUuulcth soro in need. have talent, which e lucation has brought tho Iwst, nnd tho wolf ato his fill, and tion, Mr. Giddings had no positive Verily, I know how it is myself. See out, and deceived (hem into mistaking observed : knowlodgo by what arguments nuu "As long as you can afford such fare Cht thou lettcst him cut his fill, for it is for genius. There is, however, ono very Webster's fixed roiolvo was overwritten, It is more blessed to give than great advantago in tho pretent rage fot you cannot grumblo at my staying." come, but ho believed that through his In a fow days ho demanded a "teiBcoive.' But hark ye, sirrah Verily, classes of all kinds, and in the facilities ambition to boconio President ho wnt sheep to soften tho pangs of part- seduced to tako tho Southern side, Senlieth nigh nnd unto it the for study in all directions; it gives many fhu bx adjacent, nnd, when thou host girls an object in life, even if they dc ing, nnd when tho shepherd complained ator Footo, of Mississippi, being tho of thy fill, soo to it that yo repay not do anything very great for tho ben- tho wolf cried out : chief negotiator. Those st.itcmonta were "Why, I nm working for your interest, mado to Mr. Johuson by Mr. Giddings o,cvcn unto tho hewing of wood. efit of the nation. In our grandmothers "What uayest thou, fellow? Wilt thou and times girls did not mine. Tho less sheep you havo tc in tho course of a privnto interview in mind tho less euro you will have." So this thing? Art thou of mind to tho spring of 1851 at Salem, Ohio. modo all tho This Bophistry silenced tho shepherd, which, now that you can buy them foi And the tramp lifted up his voico and 6Jd. or Is. Ojd., it is hnrdly worth theii and tho sheep was killed. While eating Tun colleges in this conutry aro con9&ke unto him with tears and said : while to do; or they used to stitch theii it tho wolf got a bono in his throat and ducted on two different theories. The Yo bet thy socks I male relatives' 6hirts and collars exquis- called out for help, adding : 3Tbs, that will 1 older ones, liko Harvard, Yale, Prince- South-Bon" It will bo much easier for you to re- ton, Dartmouth and tho liko nssumo that vUl I Even as thou commandest will I itely but that can bo much better done xfeqy. I will tackle tho festive wood in a quarter tho time by tho modern move this bono than to dig a hole and tho faculty aro tho guardian? of tho aa. Low it even unto tho blistering of sewing macliinc; further back Htill, then bury me." pupils, standing in place of their parents "By falsehood you gained my sympa- aud responsible for their iH.'rsonttl nnd aqgr3ands." employment was to mako cowslip and thy," replied tho peasant " by philpso-ph- moral education, outside as well as inAsd tho old man went his waj. gooseberry wine to which, however, you got into my houso ; by logic JLad tho tramp doubled the tracks of most people nowadays prefer shilling side of tho class-rooand college you ate a lamb ; by subtlety you beat unto tho dining-hol-l Aa grounds. Tho other colleges, liko tho claret or to spin the household linen ad sat down and did eat of tho food which can in our timo bo bought, ready me out of a heep ; by Providence yon University of Michigan and Cornell, wfekh sho sat before him. And ho ate for use, at less cost. There is nothing have a bone in your throat, and now by whilo not wholly relaxing tho paternal JuKtily as though ho were possessed left for girls but tennis and art. A groat thunder you must holp yoursolf, for 1 authority, do not emphasize it, but nro JHfeo stomach of Dr. Tanner him who many prefer tho latter. I went tho othei won't I" : disponed to roduco it to tho narrowest Moral Don't feel yoursolf entitled hi Bind forty days of old, and afterward afternoon to pay a call, and, after a feu to a washtub becauso somebody givei limits. Whatever may be tho influence tasaght a grievous famine upon tho minutes' talk with tho mistress of the you a clothes-pin- . of theso two theories upon the individual student, tho effect ti on tho collective house, tho door opened, and tho eldo.sl JLad when ho had risen he did basely girl, who is a would-bstudent does not differ mnch. Violaartist, entered. In tho Austrian, German, French, atow tho spoons and forks in his pockets. Her head was a wild touzle of red fuzz, Italian and other tions of civil law occur under lxith adEuropean nrmies, $mH lie wunk unto himself and said, as if sho hod been indulging in a ministration nbout equally, and alike in officers may not wed the objects M.Xkose will fetch cash." sho was dressed in a black satin of their affections until thoy shall have both colleges tho student, whin acting Yor ho meditated uot on tho baseness frock, with very short sleeves nnd rathei deposited n certain sum of money, vary, in his collective capacity, cannot W dis jUIioact, low neck, and over that she had a long ing Ijetwccn 84,000 and SG.000, with the tinguished from any other rowdy. In .And he wiped off his chin and pulled n pinafore, such as a child stnte exchequer, tho interest of which, Princeton ho tears sidewalks up and Sown his vest and betook himself unto might wear, decorated like an ancient in adi' ion to their pay, is considered a signs down, breaks street Inmps nnd reibcwood-pile aforesaid. Briton, with patches of various colored sufficient income to keep them finan- moves gates. In Williams ho goes to And when ho concentrated his vision paints, with which her hands, too, were cially unembarrassed as husbands atul theatrical and musical entertainments, span tho wood, and had Been that it freely smeared. Sho seemed to enjoy fathers. A sort of matrimonial epidem and with horns and whistles brings them as tough even unto hickory, his heart art. I do not think tho world has evei ic has recently set in among tho subal- to an ignominious end. In Cornell tho Mlcd him, and ho leapt tho fenco and heard of her or ever will; still, It fills hex tern officers of tho Austrian army, in Sophomores break into tho room of tuo 3id exclaim, "Blamed if I'll chop it." life, -- Tinalcy' 8 Magazine., which tho tunount of the " cau- Freshmen, thrust them into n hack, And ho went his way and was seen no tion money " is fixed nt 0,000 ; nnd so drive to Syracnso and put up nt a hotel rtxnixQ a 9so slug. more in that place forever. numerous lrivo been the applications for uutil arrested by tho police, when titty Alnlorer in the employ of Mr. Lara- - permission to wivo within tho last few profess to believo that kidnapping h n :Nowt when the even had come, tho , tho other day, whilo working month: that tho authorities contem- "joke." Tho Princeton htuilents were wealthy and benevolent old gent returned homo and hied him straightway in the fields in the San Fernando valley, plate doubling the amount in question fined for their conduct, the police SjC for officers up to tho oato tho wood-pilthat he might feast turned up ono of tho s but failed, to arrest the rank of Captain, tts 'cycB upon tho wood which, in his slugs, of tho dato of 1852. Twenty-eigh- t College students, whilo it is whilo leaving it unaltered for Majors sknphcity, ho behoved tho tramp had years ago these pieces wero as common and Lieutenant Colonels. that the law nhall deal with the hewn. rts double-engle- a aro now, and there were Cornell law breakers as if they wuio orBnt, when ho, had drawn nigh unto it, far more of them in general circulation The directors and stockholders of the dinary offenders. behold it was as ho had left it on tho than one in these piping hard times can proposed new opera houso in New York Ttie worst squeezed lemon in Europo d $20 pieces of aro busily engaged in examining and disoon untouched by tho hand of man find of tho the United States mint. Only ono side cussing tho plans of tho four arclii. is Egypt. It is a littlo country of less And ho marveled greatly as one who eea a thing ho can't exactly get the of tho slug was stamped, tho reverse 1ms fecta who havo been invited to draft fertile nren than half of Illinois, and ing quite smooth. It was of tho in- - designs for tho new structure The containing nbout 5,000,000 joverty. right of. gold of tho early plaoer building is to bo of pressed brick with stricken inhabitants slaves rather. Tho Asd when ho had discovered how that tenfely-yelloor Princo, borrowed xnonoy times, and its long burial had given it a terra cotta trimmings, and, with its aplite tramp had played him false, eveu in tho most xeckless manner, until ho amlo the pulling of the wool over his lomcwhat dead hue. San Diego Xgw proaches, will occupy tho wholo of the ran up a bonded debt of over 8100,000,-00jyw, ho tore his hair and beat his breast block bounded by Vanderbilt nnd MadA wASiuox paper tells us that silken drawing, most of it, G per cont. inaaH kicked himself in divers places, and Forty-thir- d ison avenues and h and losiery is now nil tho rngo in Paris, terest, Tho actual nmouut of money jbto himself up to sore lamentation, streets. Very little of it will I which ho got from tho French and Enafjing out at tho top of his voico, "I'll " with insertions of portraits and medal-iion- s of stone, it will bo thoroughly of point lace." Fancy glancing at glish bondholders was not much moro be Llarated if I'll ever bo such a and special attention will bo paid to tho vour stockings and finding safety and comfort of tho auditors. The than 8200,000,000, aud tho money was fool again." hero the lrortrait othr fellow tuUtorrum'will seat about 3,000 persons. squandered in building palaces, multi"PaanuE dogs who live far away from plying harems, and in riotous living. a oood irire. a sovaiiT-Fu- n ttjiaxt. qy river or stream obtain driuk from Finnlly, upon failing to pay tho bondA good wifo is to a man wisdom, A great fortuno is a great tyrant; e31s dug by themselves that have holders their usury, thoy upset him, it drives and spares not. Many n rich and seated his son on tho throne, and openings. No matter what tho strength and courago ; a bad ono is con3epth tho dogs will keep digging until fusion, weakness and despair. No con- man looks back on tho timo when ho placed a joint commisbion of controllers hey reach water. A frontiersman dition is hopeless to a man whero tho wifo was poor, and sighs to remember how in chargo of tho treasury to collect tho asmed Leech, formerly of Mercer coun- possesses firmness, decision and econ- free his mind then was from caro, how taxes and revenues aud pay them over There is no outward propriety much ho enjoyed tho simplest plcnsurcs. ter. Pa., says ho knows of ono such well omy. to theso bloodsuckers. Tho Egyptians J80 foot deep, and having a circular which can counteract indolence, extrava- But ho would not exchange his present hnvo becorao restive, nnd aro determined taircase, leading dowu to tho water. gance and folly at home. No spirit can for his past nny quicker than ho would to shako off this foreign yoko if they can. Man is exchange freodom for slavery, health long enduro bad influence. .Every timo a dog wants a drink ho Tho "budget" which hns produced tho strong, but his heart is not adamant. for disease, honor for infamy. Ho may present this staircase, which, considering disturbaifco is a bill of appropriHo needs a tranquil mind, and especially confess that his vast property, toiled its distance is no menu task, ations for tho new year. It Bets down if ho is an intelligent man with a wholo and suffered for through years, worries tho gross incomo of tho nntion nt 2iArrrATi0N PiiiLOsorHY. De little head, ho needs a moral forco in tho con- nnd hardens him ; but ho would not surof this amount f Over wan neber fails ter make hieee'f heard. flict of life. To recover his composure, render nny portion of more willingly it (825,000,000) is to go to tho foreign crediDe fice dog alius acta like he owns de plan- homo must bo n placo of penco and comthan ho would surrender tho usa of his tors, und $3,500,000 moro as tributo to tation. fort. There his soul renows its strength, right arm. It is tho malediction of tho Sultan of Turkey. Then conio.i an De ugly man somelimefl rajs de puttiest nnd goes forth with renowed vigor to BUjernbundnnt riches that, whilo thoy words. Gnl' Is fotin' whar de lau' is rough. appropriation of 82,500,000 for tho army, encounter tho labors and troubles of life. harry thoir owner, and mny destroy his Yer kaln' judge a man by de epread nnd another ono of over 81:1,000,000 for if at homo ho finds no rest, and thcro mental pence, ho clings to them as tenawhat he crakes. Devize o de watermil-vu- n But governmental and miscellaneous exain't governed hy de length o' de is met with bad temper, jealousy and ciously as to life, and is bitterly tor- penses. Suffico it to say that out of tho gloom, assailed with complaints nnd mented by tho smallest fraction of their vice. very rcspcctablo gross incomo abovo De thing what sin hsrdfst ter git ain' censures, hopo vanishes and ho sinka decrease. Tho ordinary rich man docH named thcro remains, nfter all tho varinot enjoy what ho has bo much as ho alius de Iks'. De chicken hawk ia harder into despair. ous expeuses nro deducted, n paltry surter kill dnn de ptriilge, but he ain' nigh At New iutu a girl tuby wan recent'y suffers from what ho fails to get. Wo plus of nbout 810,000, How Egypt ia tt. good meat. birn ith two nonea. When die grows up havo all heard of tho Now York Croesus ever to get out of its present financial who declined to contribute to a most Adislrcfsin' rjoWoain' nllm da eign dat all the women in her will straits, under such a condition of affairs, help Is reeded. De panther ken cry cz envy her, becauae she will have one more worthy charity. Tho man who had would puzzlo tho wisest bankers of tho Arkanaaw Traveler. noe than they to turn up at her poor rela- - asked for Ids subscription expressed his pitiful cz de abeen. world to tell. No doubt tho outiro surprise. "I should bo glad to do it," The only prudicul advocatca of "tariff Ivea. hopelessness of tho situation is tho very really I cannot afA Georgia girl abeam ten aheep In forty was his excuse, "but forrevenue only," are the hhrated Engliih thorn which has Btung tho Notables and ford it. "Why, at this moment I hnvo 4ecturerp, nho come tver to this country mil net. Hhe is not likely to have many Arabi Boy into n quasi rovolt ngninst not aad lake back forlute in their breeches offers of marriiige, as she makes the "wool moro than $500,000 in bank, nnd I'm tho arrangement of the foroign getting a cent of interest on it." New fly" to faet.o Ttorjlrft, donated by the toadie?. York Times. A FAllLR. Onco upon a time n wolf observed 8 lamb feeding out of sight of tho shepherd in charge, nnd it determined to hnvo a dinner of mutton. While skulk, ing along toward its victim, tho wall fell over n cliff nnd was badly injured. Tho shepherd heard its yells of puhi, and camo running up to dispatch the animal with a club. " Hold on J Hold on I I want to ar guo this case 1" cried tho wolf. " But you nro a philosopher and T am only a shepherd," was tho reply. "It was yonr lamb who pmhodem over this cliff," said tho brazen wolf as ho sat up ; and, by tho tuo Jt big words, wise looks, and nnnmicnta basod on "ifs," ho convinced tho shepherd that il was his duty to tako him homo and hcnl SfemMHtf eMjr $ntcrior$ountaI XOXAXVE r.V SKBLKTOX. A calm, dell thtf ul antutnn night A moon'i mjitorlotit, golden light A maldtn at ber window height. BRIGHT & CURRAN. - Ob, WH.OLESALE AND RETAIL- 1 bull-Jo-g, il I -- bull-do- g AND DEALERS IN- - far-awa- y half-etarv- ed a, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. Bug- anti-slaver- y Farming Xmplents, gies, Wagons, -- -- anti-slaver- y o maid-serva- INCLUDING THE- - als 1 full-grow- n wood-pilo par--tak- en Mitchell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, McFarland and U. S. .Buggies and Carriages. SOLE AGENTS FOR d fancy-wor- k, anti-macass- 1 and Hamilton Plows, Solo -- y Agents for Furst & Bradloj 's Sulky and Turning Plows, auaid-servn- nt Riding and Walking Cultivators, Sole Agents for Evans Corn Planter and Thomas Harrow; Machines; e Also Agents for Walter A. Wood Harvesting regi-ment- hay-figh- t; -- AXL, pink-cotto- at bed rock prices. ed kert-hiiu- T. ,R WILTON, e, Will-iiiiu- pro--.si'- (l 1 1 neatly-coine- 0, Forty-fourt- fire-proo- f, gosh-feaxao- d lady-love'- s of-B- O.no con-seale- d 3 I GROCER, E-- de-oen- ds 843,-732,79- 5. one-hal- COR. MAIN & SOMERSET STS, r f t d control-lcra-gcner- I STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. iflffinB Scuu-fiiltthl- B Jnienorounia! - MUSICAL MEMOItWS.l DT LA MOILLE. , Stanford, Ky., Mardi 28, 1884 I. MAlilSLANl) IIEX11I. I f A .Modem iluitcal Sovtl. Sho wa nlono in tlio world. Ilervari-oil- s rolntivcs liiwl gradually paanod away mul, by nittrango coincidence, just an the lnat ono panned alio found liorself alono. Alone, did va nay ? Tot not utterly, for ln--r dear piano won left her, and seat-in- g licrHelf before it alio softly played tlio one sweet air, tlio only one that iho played completely. It wan tmo that it was rumored that tlio mortality among her relatives won attributed to too often listening to the strain of this lovely morccau, but 11. nevertlicletm it brought back to her ten Wo unfurl our wings of fancy, and der memories of childhood and hIio are transported to tho land of Jndah, played it to herself dreamingly "The Wo Whold a weeping woman, who has Maiden's Prayer." left her humblo homo in Jerusalem. Not tho exclamatory " Jerusalem 1" "Mabel, play mo that strain again." This mourning matron Blowly passes It wan a young man who pokr, and ho along tho outer wall of tho city, and releaned over tlio piiuio and watched her minds us of " Tho heart liowed down." delicato fingers meander over tlio bans At last she leaves tho rocky path. Her notes in the romantio crosn-hnumovetears obscuro her way. Bho approaches ment. a tomb hi a garden. On tho previous "Ah! Ilenri," reHiKinded MsIkjI, "I night, this sepulcher received tho most could play it to you for ever." sacred dust over palsied by death. Mary A Hlftlit shudder cronned tho mirblo drawcth nigh to tho tomb before she brow of the young man as ho rexude1: dares to lift her weeping oycX Joy of An angel says, " Ho is risen." " It seems to mo to Iki a nnoqunlcd Wanty. Obseive tho (lights in. of tho right hand into the highest notes ; Wo wave thrico Imagination's wand, oven so might a pure prayer rio into the and quickly stand within a cathedral, heights of tho bluo empyrean." venerable and vast) Amid tho gloom " Hut noc, Ilenri," said tho maid ; tlio tinted sunlight streams. Tho throng "now tho melody is hid Iwueath the of hushed worships bow their heads. deep notes of tho bass." Wo can almost hear tho rustic of wings. "And, oven so, tho highest thoughts Tlio orgau'spersuasivo voices blend with must fall again to earth and seek the the chantings of hidden choirs. The prartical. Mabel, wo aro poor. I am trancing haimonioj overflow tho halan inventor and yet hoio to perfect my lowed place. Our souls, "in sweet redelicious steam rallioK, which will lease," aro lilted tip, up leyoud tho bring me fame and fortune. Till then-ad- ieu oaken beams and frescoed ceilings, up I Accept this an a last memento ol lieyond the blue, cloudless sky, up to ono who loves you fondly." the great white throne. Ho was gone. Shn tearfully opened And now wo feel " tho lienediction tho jwvekngo. It contained a small mu- that follows after prayer." All is sisical 1m)x which played two tunes, lence, A youug girl, robed in white, Mo" and "The emblem of hen-el- f, kneels at tho altar-rai- l. "Then You'll sad reminders ol gontlo as a mother's Hfeet Uy.amM.y" Her voico, his alTectioti and hopes. to her halx, speaks in tones clear as a silver Ik11 the heartfelt responses that Five years hal passed. Mabel reveal her faith and trust, and wo find was no longer young, bnt sh now meaning in tlio sincere melody was interesting and full of witching sung sweet and low, "Let mo hide grace myself in Thee.' Hho had lldiy fsocd fortune and ho" IT. tnnu-Many, man music teacher. And now wo gladly ring down the pupils had como to her and she hru curtain on these shcrt, eventful histotaught them all 1m I'rlcrcWunc Virryc ries with this mellifluous selection from She was no longer ioor, but her heart tho W'cutcm Jlural : wan K)vertystricken indotnL At night " WITH THE BIHEAH. she would sit in her solitary nlxxlo iwh " Drifting akwg the river, ill gleaming that trkled mil played oa It Wltti morcenu Olit play the l.rrt.t, knew it by heart now), and would grim Dovu through the goMeu-ai'- J ItHet, iml dream-lu- g out tho two sirs from her Wlovod tuiiM they floated on Into Uic writ Of kr, eal Imix. She sst one evening slowlj grinding. Her thoughts uere fur iiwnj " On the banks, where the U1I grettet, waving, Klttnl the mil ttream a they Wded them lew; is she turned tho crunk : "Then You'l No MMirnl to Ix In the deep tttllueta, aatlng lloiuuni " d 1 tono-picturo Jsu-gleur- To us thcro is revealed, as by an enchanted wand, a Scottish moor. Tlio beams of tho rising sun aro dispelling tho fogs of night, A shepherd is leading his, bleating flock unto their pastures, high ujwn tho craggy hillsides. Tho shepherd sings snatches of hopeful song. Wo listen. Wo find that it is n simple melody, with immortal pathos. Tho shepherd praises Ids bonnio lassie. Mr. Printer, I implore, please do not print that "bony 'lasses." Tlio shepherd comes to tho natural conclusion that it would bo a pleasure for him to dye for her, and will gladly let him dye, if agreeable to himself. Mr. William Urbach, a gaunt Germnn, resembling a Maine lumberman, keeps a restutirant in Weaver street, New York. His stock in trado is good beer, salty pretzels, an urbane maimer, and unique ind entertaining conversational powers. Ho never, however, allows his own interests to bo ovcrsltadowed by the interests of his friends. One day, as he was driving a spigot into a keg of fresh beer, a postman handed him a letter. It bore a Urazilian postmark. Mr. Urbach took Dom Pedro's likeiiecs for the jwrtrait of tho Emperor Wilhelm. Ho stopped hammering at the suigot and tore open tho envelojxj, fancying that he was about to hear news from home. Here is U1UIACJVS DEUTOlt. U lltart from tin llonmt Man (it llrotlU HI STORY. Witory of Afore. 13kins with tho hair on wero frequently used iu the middle ages, as, according to tho passago of Musoninns quoted by Oasanbon, they had been by tho ancients. They ore frequently mentioned as having been wom by husbandmen iu England. Cnsaubon notes tho circumstance that tho rustics of our day made use of gloves. There is nothing in that passnge to show that ho was speaking of his country : he may, very possibly, have seen it in France. In England, at any rate, "tho monastery of Bury allowed its servants two ixjnco apiece for glovo silver in autumn " (Peggo Misc. Car.), and at a later date, in Lancham, an account of the entertainment of Queen Elizabeth at Kenilworth Castle, 1075, tho rural bridegroom had "a payr of harvest gloves as n sign of good husbandry." Upon tho coronation nf Petrarch, of Borne, as tho " prince of poets," gloves of other skin wero put on his hands, the satirical explanation being given that the poet, liko the other, lives by rapine. Tlio modern ladies' glovo of has had its prototype, for in the fourteenlli century tho nobility of Franco began to wear gloves reaching to tho elbow. These gloves, at times, liko the moro familiar stockings, which tiicy must have much resembled , were used as purses. Notwithstanding their length, it was alwayB looked upon as decorous for tho laity to take off their gloves in church, where ecclesiastics alone might wear tliem. Jlio custom still obtains in the Church of England at tho sacrament, though it is plain that it had not arisen in this connection in tho first instance, since in the Roman ritual tho communicant does not handle the consecrated water. It was, perhaps, regarded as o proof und symbol of clenn hands, for to this day persons sworn in our law courts nre compelled to remove their gloves. There is probably, too, some relation between tho feeling and a curious Saxon law, wluch forbade tho Judges to wear gloves while fitting on tho bench. The gloves of the Judges were, like those of tho Bishops, a mark of their rank. The portraits of the Judges, painted by order of tho corporation of London, in the reign of Charles IL, and hanging in the courts at Guildhall, represent them with fringed and embroidered gloves. It was probably not in reference to tho Judges that a cant term for a bribe was " a pair of gloves." When Sir Thomas Moro was Chancellor, he happened to determine a cause in favor of a lady named Croaker, who displayed her gratitude by sending him a New Year's gift with forty angels in them. Sir Thomas returned the money, with tlio following letter: "Mistress: Since it were against good manners to refuso your New Year's gift, I am content to take your gloves, but, as for the lining, I utterly refuse it." The tho letter : XiTiU Ilio Obakhi vo Nortk, niuziL,! Aug. u. ; FniEM Wiluasi : I m jrwpcriiig la the nrazlllnn tmplre. Whrn 1 It ft New York I account with you for beer left nn unaottlc-and fimilar ncccaaitlei of life. Pltme ue the Inclooed In aittleniint of the bill. AkU MUcc lltirni mil other friends to Join you in three or four rounds of drinks, and give all the tors ono of your lest cigar at my expenae. V011 will greatly oblige inn by dcpoMtiDg the balance of the Incltwure to my credit with Yours truly, Auguat a milliner who had an child. I say unnatural to save tho honor of my milliner, who was married. I shall presently tell yon the namo of tho father. Tho good woman was very fond of tho child, and dressed it as tastefully as sho could n ribbon here, a ribbon there, sometimes plain, and at other times dazzling. It was tho only pleasure of tho mother to ornament tho child ; and, whosever might say, "That color is too red, or too yellow, or too much faded ; that brim too broad, that veil too thick, that gauze too thin;' whosoever hat! to complain of want of tasto or want of capacity nobody thought of accusing tho careful mother of want of lovo for tho child. Tho name of the milliner was Parable ; Poctus was the namo of tho father, and Truth was the name of t! that the mother liked so much to dress. Onco she showed her child, and asked with her eyes : "How do you like my child, my treasiu-e-, my all ? Look at that color. " That yellow lino is pretty." " Yellow Those cheeks yellow? They aro pink. Yellow!" spoke of tho littlodress." Agaiu sho showed her cliild, and asked with her eyes : " now do yon like my child, my treasure, my all ? Look how white, how 1 I onco know Ay ALhnaonr. THE BEST OF ALL LINIMENTS FOR MAN AND BEAST. For more than a thlrdof accntnry tho Mexican niiiatatifI..lnlmnthaniKicn known to millions all over tho world as tlio only ssfo reliance for tho rollcf of its and naln. It Is a siMllntnn nbovo piioo und prulso the or Ita kind. Kor every form ol external pain " lit MEXICAN continu-aoco It very bortf making muaclo to 1 the penetrates flrfth. midtho lmposof pnln uml inflammation bidio. jiscuociHitpon iiuman thoBnitoOrentloii are equally wonderful. Tho Mexican Mnstnnjr Mnlmcnt is without on equal. - MUSTANG Unlmrnt Is needed hv nmcbodv in every honse. Every day brings no ws of 1 lie agony 01 an ntvrm acaiu or barn subdned. of rheamntio martyrs re stored, or a ralnublo liurae or px saved by tho healing power of this Stivess. The inelosure was a bank note, gorgeous in colors of gold and indigo, bearing an inscription in which the60 figures wero prominent : OlUNOX &fto "I LINIMENT which speedily cares such ailments of tlio HUMAN FLESH as nheumatlam, Ntrelltncs, Otin Joints, Contracted fllnsclea, Jlurns nnta aeaius, i;ms, Uralses ami Npralns. I'nlionnna Itllfi anil , Old Stings, fitlffriesf, (fores, tUct.-s.Froilblains. wore mppirs, cm. cast, onil Indeed every form ui external dis ease. It liral? vrlthout scars. For tho UnUTE C&eatiox It rnrra Mpralni, o'trlnny, fillfT Joints,! Founder, Tin mens (fores, Hoof Dla- -I rases, toot Hot, Beretr Worm, Hcab, Vlnd-fralir : : uu SOO soo &00 sm w iwo 500 NO J00 600 5W nj iti:is iirit rtti JUu lieu Jit it IUU ;' itrtt iuu iuu luu iuu : : "Dot Shtefens, ho vas alvoys a crate fellow, "said Mr. Urbach, as he smoothed tho bill out on tho counter. "Oh, but he done someding alwayB shust like n shcnllemans. no vos look like Napoleon as much so Poruum he enkaged him mit his elephants and odcr dinks in his shot. My kracious, vot a big pill Dot Shtefens ho is makin' owit mit a pile of money. Veil, ioys, Shtefens he trecU all bents. Vot is it ?" A dollar's worth of beer and wine was distributed, and Stevens' health was drunk amid great enthusiasm. Mr. Urbach read tho letter a second time, and again caressed tho bonk note. "Veil, poys," he said, "dot Shtefens be dreats akain all Lents. Vot is it ?" A second and a third dollar's worth of refreshments were distributed. Mr. Urbach then sent around cigars valued at $2, and tent one of his boys over to August Belmont with tho note for 600 reis. " You told the pank to gefl you seex dollars, und tako it the pellanco aa a deposit for Shtefens in Natal," ho 6aid. " Now, look out for yourself es you dent lose the pill mit do teoves." Away How tho boy. Ho returned in ten minutes with the note in his hand. " Vot's tho matter mit the pill ?" Mr. 1 marble 1" " There is too much starch in it." " Starch in the arms of my child I" " I spoke of the little dress." Again tho careful mother showed her child, and asked with her eyes : " now do you liko my child, my treasure, my all ? Look at that form, those curves, thoso lines I" "Too short a body." " My child too short of body ?" "I spoke of tho littlo dress." Then tho mother grew sorrowful. It annoyed her that they overlooked her child. Sho liked to adorn it, but it grieved her to think that its embellishments prevented them from seeing the child. Sorrow makes one unjust. Parable was angry with Poetus, who could not help it. They separated, and she adopted her maiden name, Amelia which means carelessness. She tore from tlio child tho false dress that took all attention. Then sho asked a dozen persons with her eyes : " How do you liko my child, my treasure, my all ?" Ono of tho twelve said: "Indecent " The other eleven did not say anything ; they did not see tho child. This grieved Amelia, and she became reconciled to Poetus. Then she called I Hollow Horn, Heraldic, Spavin, Thruali, Itlncbone, Old Sores, Poll Evil, Film upon the Slcht and every other ailment to which the occupants of the Stable and Stock Yard are liable. The Mexican Muataiig Liniment always cures and iiovnr disappoint;; and ft Is, positively, ls. THE BEST OF ALL LINIMENTS 70S MAN OS B3AST, For Sale Privately! lefler for ta'e privately my farm ol X31 3-- 4 mllet P. E ot NltboIaaTillo ou llictuitn Irifk, lii .lertanilne county. The hlui-pia- tt land I' In and rlorer trd lain good in lor pro1in ai y crop tullcd lo tbla tart of the title tut It adapied t growing tobacco. The lnj loti iiimlt coiisr if . tuie dwelling of 7 with ribttaod felltr, vellofgocd wa . ter uitr tledcor a od btrn, liable and wagon rhfrt and other ncrpary out buildlpga. An orchard, ttnek wilier abundant and conrenlent Ac. 1 he fencing en the rreek It UKttly cf itine. Pln-t- i . ilmUr for lencitg tiuricata and fencre mostly In poid repair. Ltcatlon 1 ronTtnient to Church, and mill, I will tell the property low i,d n raty Knutto parllea ditiricg a home or will divide it to tuit purrbatert. It r&t to'd by M r. 1. f will rent to reliable par-le- a. ,4flf thl Urbach inquired. tlio chango?" "Vy you don't got pt br-.- nl " Mnlxil Jangloure 1" " Henri do Hombogo I" And they wero in each other's arms. " I have come to claim yon, my own,' said he, " I am nblo to marry now." " Oli, Henri," sobbed Mnlxtl, as hoi anus timidly encircled his neck and liei ilugers played " Tho Maiden's Prayor' on his back, "has tho calliojx) succeed-ed?my darling," was tho response invented n metlnxl which wil teach anylxxly to play tho piano thoroughly in half an hour, and I am rich I' They aro wedded now, and their life since then has Wen ono round of bliss, only made moro perfect by tho swec' sounds of tho tunc which had hallowed tho days of their younger love. 11- 1- water'a monotonous, musical flow ; "Tho cashier says that 500 reis is only " Ho 10 cents," the loy replied. says that there aro moro than 1,000 reis in 81." " Pat where the twan 'mid the sedges waa sleep-W- Iter head 'neath br feathers, nnnifflM anil whit. Anil whirr, through the unithwood, the rabbit waa At If to make aure there waa noeaeln tight; flooded a " Past where the. deep Wne glow, forpK-me-no- ts The space where they bloomed with bcaienly I Urbach grasped the noto and scrutinized it long and closely. "Veil," ho gasped, "dot'sakreat show pill for 40 cents. Dot Shtefens ho vas alvays n tarn scouudrol. Of ho vas hero he could jxjat VXAlWLTEUATEIi A herself Parable again, and dressed her child as formerly. "Oh I" cried sho, "they will look at the dress, and those pretty rallies, and jvor a jroitn of coju'Zaixt. thoso ribbons. Perhaps they will at A traveler was badly hurt in a railroad lost look at my child, and liko it bcttet accident two ribs broken and other inthan its ornaments. It is not a littlo evil juries. He went to tho company to to mako tho truth annoyinR". complain. "What?" cried tho office-- 1 O it maids, no doubt, think tl at the clerk, "yon want to mako a row about small a matter ? Not a month ago ".nstch makinii" biiMiJtri'i! in dead in thi so the Mine n factory at twelve of our passengers wero killed, c tut and we didn't oven hear a word of com- Akron, Ohio, turns out fifty million match es per day. plaint from any of them 1" I SOS .11 US. 8 111... St. A. MIEIlNVKItURH. lltiily, P. O., Ky THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY A NEWS, Journal, -, .ATIO.AI. Metropolitan I Full of EnterPriaa. 1 " No, "I havo Most actors forget nliout as readily ai they loam, and a few days will often sufllco to, destroy their perfect memorj of u role. On a recent voyage from Europe, John McCullough and Hose Cogh-Iawere nltoard, and tho pnsiicngcrs, on getting up an entertainment, put them down for a seeno from " Maclioth." Although Macbeth' is ono of McCulloughV star parts, and Miss Coghlan had not long before acted Lady Moclieth, they wero unable to recall tho lungungo with anything liko accuracy, and, us there wasn't a copy of the play on the steamer, tho performance had to be omitted. n Ononon 11. HowNBOX, of Leadvillo, candidate of tlio Colorado Republicans for Lieutenant Governor, is tho youngmilliouairo in tho country. est self-mad- e Ho was born in a Kalamazoo (Mich.) log cabin in 1818, and went through the legular courso of schooling until ho been mo bookkeeper in a Detroit nntional bank. Thcro ho doubled up his small savings with his opportunities to lend money, oud finally, a snow blockado stopping him on a trip to California, he visited Leadvillo out of curiosity, and has coined money thcro ever since, no began keeping storo, furnishing prospectors provisions for an interest in their discoveries. In this way ho got a interest in tho Robinson initio, sixteen miles from Leadvillo, and, buying out tho other owners, has stocked ouo-quart- cr it at Now York for 810,000,000, throe-fourt- hs of which ho holds himself. A town'of 1,000 people has grown up about tho mine, which is claimed to bo ono ol tho richest in Colorado. Tur.nu aro flvo colored men elected to tho Stato Legislaturo in Georgia. French paper is telling this yarn, aprons of the Shah of Persia's promised " Uncontctotii Die two In the loat, aa It drifted. visit to Europe, of his last call on civiliz Of eter) thing round them, ami silent was fK"h; ation. Wlieu that gorgeous protentnto For the jouth, a he gazed In the av.ret re left England on his return from his last visit, several of his finite shed tears at DlacourM'd In a lacgnaf-- r unfitted lijr tpcech !" parting with their British friends. The Tun assessment rolls of real and per- Shah asked one what was the matter, and sonal priijM?rty in New York amount to he replied that ho was enjoying the quiet Tlio rate of taxation of an Englishman's life as compared to 31,H3,"C5,727.09. has been fixed at S2.53 per $100, and the his own bustling existence. total amount to bo raised at $28.9:17, "Well," observed "sup- 272.90. In 1879 tho rato was $2.58. pose you wero an Englishman, what would you do?" Some one inquires, " Whero havo all "Do I" replied tho mourner, with the ladies' belts gouo ? " Gouo to waist rapture. "Why, most illustrious mas long ars. ter of all tho constellations, thy slave ' fall nto love. I roso into would get himself admitted to Chelsea I Dn Hospital and do nothing for tho rest o( 2h .'icr. his life but lay under tho trees and drink A Toledo father thought to make a all tho porter ho liked." good boy of his wild son of 15 by bending him to a school where young crimA mas stopped into a grocery storo at inals are reformed. The lad took the Northampton, Mass., with a bundle condisgrace to heart, and, being released taining a pair of boots, which ho laid swallowed poison dowu for a moment. Near by wero sevfrom his and died. The boy may have been bad, eral lobsters, which hnd been dono up but tho father must havo been n hard- for a lady from a neighboring village, hearted creaturo to throw his son, liko a making a packago similar in sizo to the criminal, among tho abandoned youug other. By some chanco tho owners exsters who mako up tho inmates of re- changed bundles, ami tho gentleman, form schools. after having nearly reached home, found his boots suspiciously moist, and took of SoSaxosv seem to bo n them back to tho store. But the lady cialism. At an election held thero rewent home, placed tho supposed lobsters cently tho Socialist candidate polled on ico in order to keep them in good 8,580 votes, against 4,221 for the suc- condition for dinner, and did not discessful Conservative candidate. In the cover tho mistako until just beforo dincity of Leipsio tho Socialists seem to ner tiuio. havo ovcrytliing their own way. Yet, and notwithstanding tho entreaties of A detailed statement has just been Bismarck, tho Saxon Government re- issued from tho Treasury Department fuses to declare Leipsio in a state ol specifying tho various ports at which siego. emigrants arrived during tho last detho total, Nearly fifty years ogo s wounn named cade. It appears that of 2,812,177, thero arrived at Now York Louis Lyman of Cabot, Vt., began to plait or 1,712,331. The the combing-o- f her hair into a rope. It over of arrival on the lakes wnt was lif.lf an inc'i thick and of various chief point shade, the lisir having clisnged materially Port Huron, 437,008; next, Detroit, during the half century. Whin she died a 18,705. Chicago has credit only foi few days ago the ropa was nearly 100 feet 817. Tho reason of tho apparent discrepancy is that tho vast number of forlong, eign emigrants in Chicago wero counted The modesty of the Piesidentinl aspir except thost ants is only iqusllrd liy that of the bluch- - at tho port of first arrival, coming direct from Canada, log, timid, young' cum chtwers of Viaur. I I Nas'r-ed-de( 7- Where lUrTndlla stonjtd f rem the lnka which they stndde.1, lUCectlng Uiemaehta In Uie water Wow. ALMS. ! Id-- ,. The residence of Mr. Corcoran, of Wosliington, is not only the finest in that city, but would be accounted palatial in any city in Eurotxs. One of its princi- pal apartments (perhaps its most strik- ingj is 1110 uirary a large, square room that seems cut out of oak, Gothic in style, and elaborately carved. The manaro tel, mirror frame, and book-case- s fine specimens of carved work richly in laid with malachite. Tho books, about 4,000 volumes, are very valuable. Above the door which leads to the dining-roohangs a portrait of George Peobody, by a distinguished arti-- t, to which Mr. Corcoran is greatly attached. Tlu elations of these great philanthropists wero of tho most intiaiate character fur sixty-fiv- e years, and Mr. Curcorau has hundreds of letters from his old friend. Indeed, the letters in Mr. Corcornn's library aro of tho greatest interest. There may be seen friendly letters from many of the great characters of Europe and America. Thero aro several from Humm nd 6 cenii fir oi.irp ami rfcelre rf gioris, which r,Pl foily ! rt money rlflit of pitli-- r Fiirtunt kirar than anything el Inihl-wuratoliitrlt Hire At ouie ad- await Ihe ilrt-Tul'Kit Co AORiuln, Main-- . APPI7C will n. 111 a ibdallah Messenger! laiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVjrOa lion; foaled 178. bred by Chtr'e. Punn, Hlanlonl, Ky.; tired lif Meciwer Chief aire of Maud Mecsengr, record 3.20; Marvel, y r record 2:J0'4 Out, o'd. rrcord, filth lie it on heavy track; All Abdallab, Irial 2; 23V Maptf e Btewart. 2 2C gait at3-yr-ol- d anil other iromlilni; onrs. Kltat dam fcuile by bemlnel, record 2:29J an 1 the lrc of Von Arnliu, '.':l''Vj, 10M to Connu.dnre Mlfinntfir 11(1000; Antielle, 2.iM$; T. A.. 2:2f ; V uii!eiilnel,2.2r.; Sllgnnn, 2.j;,; Vltandlere, Siti'v, Cuimil. 2.2' 1- 1- Ml SCDtmef 2 29jf: Villi. uell lull brother 'unttrr, the lre of St, Ju-ll- n. 7; Alley, 2 19; Bwlme. 2- 2 Uli; GJu.t. "J( Amy, 2 2J mi 18'; Drlnr2 I9 !Ij h and a score more in -r- gg'- - ?B- i..tjiTr- Ital-Uya- ul PKOPItE. Eight Pages 64 Columns, Containing til the newt, correct market reports well selected miscellany, brilliant ttorlea la fret, ibe favorite Weekly Paper of the Central Culled irtatea. PuiiLisilKi) By Tun Cincinnati News Publishing Co. At the following dam, Kitty Hirer (Slrl, 2 j ear old reeoid 3 00; and thpKiandani of Mjiid Ooldmnilh 2 21-- iu2 - , 7 semi-priso- hot-be- d two-tliinl- away from home and were living a free and easy sort of life. The fond parent took Ids erring son home, and tho police broke up tho rost of tho gang. TiiEitu ia one farm in California is half tho size of Rhode Island. brlno, 2 21; Maiubrlno Patcheuand ntbeia. A tingle co.y, three months $0 40 Third dam by Imp. Nafoleon and Rngllth HunA all g ec y. tit luoutbt 60 will that Abdullah A PuiLADKLrnii. man whose littlo son ter, Ac. A alnule. topy, one yar. 00 it urarly full brother to .Mail I A club of ten coiilea to one 1 year... 9 00 disappeared from home, and who had 2 2U, that told for SI.OCMI and fur f V000 laM A 1 year.... 17 club of 2u copies to one 00 fall; tbey bare aanie tire and been searching for him unceasingly, better brtd than Maiid'adim. gran lam; bia dam la lielaa turef.nl And larger clubs at 8) cents per copy pr annum. eetter and a hone of tine title and carriage. He d roatmattert and other agenta will be allowed IS was induced to explore a will mad the teuton of i at Charlia Uunii'a per cent, on full rite (not club) aubscrlbera. pieco of land known as tho "lots," on 1i mllet from (Stanford, o'l Iiuh Branch pike, at The premium engravings will Im milled about the tint of each uiruih to the subscribers entitled Second street, bolow Mafllin. He had 82ttTtl IKNirili: A LI VI Ml COLT. to receive them Atapr.iu mooffr It Is conn lently claimed that not proceeded far in tho swamp when ho Alto will itanda Itt equal was never before made and would not be column of smoko arispossible in thltcne except for tin method adopt. discovered a thin ed by the roreUn Art Reproducing Compiny to ing from a rude hut, almost obscured by adveitlte itt workt. IDnotfulUo avail rouraell ol the opportunity by aend log your name and ad. rank vegetation, and on going up to the - bought diest, with One llnlisr Inclottxl, to M. Hail taya J. TUB CINCINNATI WEEKLY NEWS. place he was astonished to find his own e7TUXNUIir neighborhood where be made a tome millet In the tea wn and they were good onea and ho I at the boy and n dozen othor lads who had run reputation of being a good breeder. Mes-t-ngMe't-nger, poil-itB- ce e weed-covere- Ac. a highly interesting character, dc,1 bird dam by Red Jacket, (tire of th'dam ol ''Ohrist Leaving the Prcotorium," while there aro mauy from Webster, Clay, Kentucky Wllke-i- . 2 21 and the uranism of bo So, "Ohrist Enteiing Jerusalem." 2 17k and lied Wilkea.tlie ol l'hll ThoniD-oCalhoun, Amos Kendall, Father Richie, record. 2 21) by Comet; by Sherman Mor- Thete lamed historical MiacK imwic, Fillmore, Tyler, Buchanan, and nearly dH, me mre 01 many olber trotters. the tire ol palnllngv eng'trlnga of Pore'a perfect reprints by are the licit and most Kibaa Allen and tired by a half brother to Black Hank the Foreign Alt Hep oducliig Company, and can all tho prominent men in a former period mi purchased as origin il plates for lsa tban 110 Sentinel and Alrxander'a Abdallah are both by not Tbey are in tin 23x before tho war. Ho was consulted by llyadyk'a Haiubletonlan. the. grandlre of Maud each Iu luchet, 2 ltJi; 8t. JuU.n, 2 llji, and aredlrect copies, preserving every line and deH..2 both parties in Congress in regard to Ac, and lathe aire ofPexter, 2 17',; Nettle. 2 18; tail of the financial questions, und Mr. Webster Orange fllrl, 2 20; Oeorg" Wllkea, t 22 and thirty and better. Memenger EngliBh othere, with recoidaof'J Fortj Dollar Engravings ! seemed to havo great respect for his Chief ai tired by AWullih Pilot, tlreof Plckard, 3 18: ited Jim, record, 2 78; Itt dam ia These picturei are lultable to adorn the pailor opinions. Among his letters aro many to lieu. (eorga II. 1 bonus, tire of of any gemlcoian, Aa a 2 21, by Mamhrlno Meatenger.tiro from business men of a rather remark- b'cott'i Thomas, 2V.J. Second dam by Maiubrlno of Lewintkl, 2 PltEMIUM SUITI.UMEXT I Chief, tire ol Lady Thorn. 2 18V,; Wocdford Maiuable character. TbornJnle, boldt 224iAlmoi, , record 2 2 21', by Maid, 2 M; ltmall d, . the dam offlorlle Abdullah Low ICutcH or NubNcrlpUon : The Weekly Newt, with one of Dore't Celebrated Works, Pilot, of n. 3- year-ol- d erm-m- i UedJaek-ct'tdt- I run-pe- . liK.J-eye-iee- , 31) tltter-in-blo- GOOD MULE JACK h- THE IXTEIUOie JOURNAI, STEAM JOB OFFICE MESSENGER PRINCE, by Ily Messenger Chlcl; hv Alcalde, (aire Does JTJry'KIiulorPrlntiuKiU 2 2 Knlgmn, 2 M; Fancy lar, 30, Ac.) nlil nut theciwtonof ail at Mr Ut Yetger' , 6'lly prices. Ky.. that 'ProHdence Neighborhood," Piuvlllc, (7, It. at IT. till To I iim tire. Stanford, Ky. d.1111 Hy-la- a, Addreta ', G. VV.W. !4 231-- tt W. P. WAtTOX, PKOP. I s i Bishop Karanaugh. r of the doad Bishop, Bishop McTrcre said: Ml nil, lV u -I- haveistahllahrd a new Totiik nil rnra. N. Ill vail & ot m tb iiisrchaiitllo linn, I will "What of our brother's work? When ir.. ',staiiouctaAas Axl'a. - March 2', 1884 nil. riiiyrtillra .luck fr goodi oa and nll- tho lit Stanford, Ky., II. II. Kavanaugh was admitted, In 1823, Manufacturers nil Jobbers nf Clothing l'hllaJel-li- l, day or.irllatan advance or haa nla olflce and sample roonn In Cummer-tin- t the Kentucky Conference numbered Hotel, liulsvllle, y Any limiting commit-nlca- tl Only 5 Per Cent. Above- Ooat & Carriage. This was all of Kentucky and portn South Ohio River direct to lilm there unPAINT LICK, OARRARD COUNTY. til April 19th. All KUUCtllUUM A CO. This Ii something tint ho iiersr been dans liy any tions of Ohio and Tennessee. Perhaps retail store ami will cerlalnlr aitonlsh evefThodr From NrTtiB,C.'lironlrand Hlooil llliraaea, Qullc a number of this vicinity are there were 11,000 in Kentucky Hrnln and llenrt Aactlona,'nk r.utira, proper. when they call and examine my goods ami find, Nervoua Iseblllljr, Mrolten Down I'onall. no litimltii. complaining with that famous old (i if ease, Wher be diet! Kentucky had 103,000. and WraVnrM nt the CONTRACTORS, NOTICE! OUl lilVamItrlrea. Thtapleaaerall and .ti.1 t.i nr,.. lutloMaVrttiairgr UrsAtia.aak Klilnea.lllnil-atr- r that I In earmsl, your UrutKlat lur A examlna my heart-achslock, a per cent. In caih saved ly all who will the When he entered the ministry there were X3r. OXZVIS. iV. BCO'lvl"8 tntronlat tue. fisaa rriiitintxr that I ll strict. For sale at publls auction, on MONDAY, API.. WH10 lUOWMD WICIfIC HO. I), Oarcarriage maker has quite a flush ninety-twministers; at his death there or laaqulvala-nt- . ItlKbeal mar. at prlca 7, JS84, atHtanford, Ky , ono runler llork ri'?r.C4 mi Irillllitv naw .ml m,.,ta,a f will rruik nln ,'.A" iii an ainn-o- i country -pnviui'r in his business Ely bits whisky and local preachers. Truly were 403, and 500 perioua Indebted to mrods ol lock per d.iy Ttriiis-niue- ly day credit pirate come for- - I horaca account for it. "aid ai nn.eiiiid jisy oil their accounts, as I need with. 6 per cent. Interest trumdtl much people were added. You know he time-piecfnuda. Tlianka for nasi favora. Iteiwcllullr. the He it it is. A. B. Ely has the boBa ii. was chiefly instrumental in bringinz about vvitli I'lioaplinruK,) Attorney and Ageut for un tier MM ni'ti II'. .tl, HO IIM It V.Orab Orchard A 11L001). 1IIIA1N Is NKKVi: TOMC. claims he ha a Waterbury watch that runs thee result. In his ministry of sixty- If roar PrnagUt diet not kran It k him tunrdrrlt foriou, St. per botlle. 'ara,ltrrruNil I WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLEPlLLS bo fist it kicks the casing off. one years he preached in every city, town Mllcal DUcorrrj of modrtn til Sabbath seemed to be a favorite and village in the Commonwealth of Kenori.nirhl.l,ilhlolt pHUmUrt.aJJr.M Lwt roit TIIK CHA8.W. 80OTT M.D., Knnana City, day with our fishermen. The only trouble tucky, There is hardly a prominent court-ti- y Uf Dr. aeon-- a ni.i.fi. with some was to keep in bait. not preached. church in which he has TUEOHLYTRUB M. J. Durham. We estimate that he preached between Our And all' was in our midst last Monday, shaking 15,000 and 17,000 sermons, "iou know Bafe to take, belnj; purely vegetable i no pip-In- g. hands with everybody. He seems to be in they were sermons, not eermonettes. He Prln- - rr All Dniirirlst. high spirits. began with his first appointment at Little Mr. A. R. Guyn while returning from Sandy, and preached nearly every day and ! ! ! ' rvHr kw.t. 'vrr " Lancsster last Monday, cme in sudden twice on Sunday. His district was large. jU.lp.UIS VI UjE MAS HVLg It. KIWAIKO Hia buwy contact with the turnpite. His field was always hre. Afcer he be Keela irrrat anilrty fir Ihe Hii1e of Slinford and TMK CkCAT xle broke. The horse beint: per ectly Llntviln rounty and promiMM tu do the fair thln ! came Bishop his territory was from Mary fur tlirni if ther will Invirx with lilm la either gentle there was no serious damage done land to Califjrnh, from Oregrn to Honda. Ibolirditii A l.'tiothlre Iniiracre r.f The farmers are very buy preparing ' l.ltprii.)!, vti'M ae are f i J i.txhi. or (o, FACTS nf CAKDIHa Ho went everywhere preaching the gospel. The lloyal, l Llrerptol, aiseti IM.iaT.tTI, or crop. Tobacco raiding seeni to for another bishop he gave The Laucaahlre, of Maocbeats:, aueti over In his thirty years life as a be the leading item with them. The rab15,000 preaching appointments to minisvltl rnrtrVand enrich the 81 finri. reralaia n't immlie lapay aUhittinm Jay 6a.tjilnrnl bits will have to hunt other quarters at all the LIVER and KIDNEV8. ..! It n to TIIK between 800 and 900 and uitt not aik wuaf tlity (60) ifayr fftrw KKALTH andVlOOHof YOUT1II In all Ihoao for plant ters He ordained the brush piles are bsinic burnei anra.ru rrnuirin acrrtalnana ernclen iumc, Write to blrn or call on blu at Uncaaler, Ky . deacons, and COO and 700 ciders, lhese ll)lirla.Wanlor Appellle.lndlara-liobeds. , , Lack of rUrrnrlli, etc.. I la lite la anarkrd of his services. He was born in words?"' with Iniuir'lUle and oomlrriul rrtiillt. lionet, Miss Elfzi Kennedy, a nine Desuiy 01 are nsrt "B ciusr," she ys, looking nt him .i 1802, and died t . id Ilirnc ircellc newfnnv KullVclli ! U t Hujtocville, has been visiting Mis Sallio Clark county, Jmuary 4, iiiiil'i llrulo ti.Hri 1 at Columbus, Miss., March 1!), ISSi, just tenderly, "I do not know what they mem." 37Ct !aurtern.if toliuni all x complaint Hackley during the put week. She hai ulKr thclrsi will rlml In Chicago Tribune year. 1K JIAPTKKA illOrrTCNIOasaliialidsptctly as he was entering his eighty-thirIi Ci n' returned home, much to the regret of a ir ami brattlir . rotiiiilealiiii. .Him. iv I.. II lulu. ,.f lin Williout Changs ar Jwll.'i Speed Unrlraleii Mlw Pauline A brother said: 'What a pity he could "I didn't think so," the sinter. replied, certain young gentleman. IKr TL - l. 1. mi at lit' iurillalUliil.il It .1 in the popular not have died nt home.' It was better for for I wes nilTiriiic inde'crilwMv frcm innr ai. r. .. alfi'ot .1 Arnold, the charming little biauty of Lan..I In uyitraireliraitlt SHORTEST AHD QUICKEST K0UTE lib I. t VXpi him to have died abroad; died in active rheumatism. It is a wonder that I pleased in. nt- - rllllt OMIIilNAt. AMI 1IKST IIjU L'.USMLH T" the caster, is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. M. jiar .)Jratolti. Ir )lrtr Ml Co.V licensed in 1822." was Ht.I0.1la. Mo. fir or "BRSAM BOOK." A the audience at all, for several timrs, durNorris, this week. Misses Lillie and An- service. He tullor tratweaod oalul InlytmaUoa, ing the performance I could not restrain Is a dark nia!,oonj bay borae, foa'ed June I lib. On. HArrrin's Iron Tonio is ron 8ali U.P oy au of Osringiville, formerly of York, But New in Chicago Old in New nie Burnes, n Evrsivwmnr. good alall ISP, full 16 hatidi bleb, Mth atrl-aAs Mr. DeWitt C. Pease, of New York, myself, and cried aloud in pain " this place, are here among their old frienda joints. a slrnl tj the champion Iro llnja'allloa PUUMAN CARS r.v:,;;' 'ir.vv,'." The improvement w of th wot Id. the traowntd Siuiuc'er, rroord;:3t explained. again. Mrs. Jack Adams, of Mt. Vernon, stepped from a Michigan Central train in Llllla llok, .Moatioroary, Atlai.la t'avanoab, First dim bjr Mambrlcn Marllfht, M dam bjr ). visiting the family of her sor, this city yesterday a handsome young lady Arkanraw Traveler. Jacksonvllla, Mobile, and Nw Urlians. has been Ivrr, ha bj Winner, 31 dam bv Watnar; 4th dam t.jr inp. irantiv. linen Nell Willis Adams, Jr. She returned home Tues skipped up to him threw her arms rap Nearly fifty yiar ago a woman named llwlnne br Thornton Hauler, ti'h 3th dsni linn. dim hj BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA day evening. turously about his neck and kissed him Louis Lyman, of Cibnt, Vt , began to plait Trafalgar; Tlh dun Nelt'rU'p t J Imp. Sprricl . In Palace tan With ut I Ultra p'r; tub il.vn lij hhark, '"Ii dam br Imp Jaim. Oh! for the un to shine and the creek many time, ssyinir: the combings of her hair into a rope. Ii Ibus e have all ihr d. m1 rliln'ti'. -- i,., , AMD SHORT LIHE TO THE EAST to run down, was the woeful cry and mourn"Oh, paps, I'm si glad you have come." was half an Inch thick nod of various na'lon nf the liUh'st lypt-- of (,TtdtlD, t paring and roa Uuliu'le a lalatrtan will thoroughbred blood. Therefore on Maurglrr .ui.atk-a writ aa me ful found of our depotagent last Tuesday Mr. Pease threw bjth arnn around her shades, the hair having chanced mate evblrnily ntuvi e nHt..r MT-l- y THE INTERIOR JOURNAL lil.'heM tjwt Hi 'Ire mlj the Western and held her firmly to his breast. Sjon rially during the half century. When tiot ti.tirrtl.anol i .ml liird lmr-- r EMIGRANTS eve, as a dark blue cloud from at. I ae thin i .'J, rccalve special low ratra bMU.i.lka'a IUci'an aualnsT 11UT or An horizon came creeping over our little she looked up into his face and horror stood she died a few days ago the rope was near OlIIKH FOR 83.50. ova 01 tin, 1 .mt.. faMrel first drat I.llru fcTaluoi.a.-'J- he it tor lain, leulcs lime. 3 l.'Si fsslrst irfCDd bialllnie, At., or write village accompanied by a torrent of rain in her eye. ly 100 feet long. C. P AlaOHt, G. P A.T A. faateat Iblid heal, '.Mr-HI brat. 2 fairt 'nurth(lolditallhl!4 fat. "Without acrlpor puree, or. The Mountain Loulevlll. Kv. which fell in a petrel deluge. He wai to "Oh, myl you're not my papal" she tat arth heat, i.l' He Maid nn Evamellit, When Hamlet said, "But I have lhat brl oirrlteat Clrvrlmd. brat t maldrrln that tOBwratrd Mottg. o, Itirnea. The lllatorrofa 'hn. Life, the ltnrd of llahllaol Thouhta marry Miss Pattie, the daughter cf Will's said, trying to free herself from bis em-n thla mi within which show," it i believed anJ fought conip-in- U,'lnnliii; dnprrairlr jockrje.1 and a Hook ol Ita fublle Ulterances." tclavo! I'oiu Adams Sr , at 1 o'clock r. m., four miles ace. ti end, won with no bound In bevelled boanli and cloth that he had in his pocket a complimentary favors shown but air-- ; advantage taken to drfrat gilt mono on cover; 6W pegea; tinted engravingwiln ateel from this place. At 12 o'clock the insisted Mr. Pease, hold loutglrr, It a ands arvood lo nn triumph r,(r Ueor.- - O Harnra photor vlure of Marls, map of distant "Yes I am," f ol ticket for a ctrcti. woncn the tr.ittlnelitrt He sired the great the anlh-- d City," 7 pagea, , Jn ,n, ffoaUBjj rain was pouring down with no hopes of ing her tightly. "You are my long lost l..r JlJ.euf. altfe laat k'ilJliii that NEW YORK, 1881. lu lie b. k fly Iravea -- o fat alwllea er eiact re- friend in mort 1 daughter, and I am going to keep you JLinthortie furahnn f the its ceasing which put our Tin: tallest peak ou Buffalo mountain, made a pacin nr ;rd id . 17 atiotlirrdriver Uniilr priMii. tlonatn sli and c dor ol Ink of the Inacrip- an I wriKh.mj tieuuuadeby the hvatue HI bluielfln bla uoun- rtillllon nf Tmi eVa kava suspense for a little while. But the storm right in my arms till I get a policeman." in Eaat Tennessee-- , known aa WUito 3 tS pounds 0U1U 1'oi.ihoiiiai trotted a mile In "";:04. 2 IS, a hall In I 31 V raUh-fbi.lb. p.., notberof ihejreat cou.'rCT.lorro'f JJ:igJ1J'-.-r..uW..l,-..,.lu,passed over and a ray of joy spread over When the officer came and found Mr. Rock peak, on account of its peculiar trotir.) three consreuttve bea'a In ..... - j)t, pagra-rev- ral r.n 1. ui.iimtIhe Ifvru rare lo paale. end lo end all Ibe eeJumn u Pease's diamond pin in the girl's hand he formation being a ledgo of whito rock, no' other fain am of 10, pmvlre ronciuilvrljr that nrnoit nature of th- - Lvangellai a Fiti are iniua nil . his emiling countenance, to" think he . y hoi m have shown ao uiu Ii lie forth flr.t time In U. uik Th. V.T.h 1'" .'.'J ".. ."" .:'. "'.r' "?'.. --. '" speed ant woi derlul trduranre to be the lucky man at last. Also Mr. said: "That's anew trick here." ... ... I ,,-which towered several hundred feet It la ufa lo eating cnaptrr-f- il ra pfgra-glvthe blstary, ujuiiuu, that tuch grrat prtl r ruing-- allllljr never aulina diiCirin anil argument and all the liiMltal paaMgea bearingthe aan wit niinnwn arn wimiMtil,troin of London, Ky., who was "Well, it's old foil tho other day with a on John Pearl, "Is it?" ssid Peae. I.irg enough l reach I'tlntlng llsuae without an Inheritance. terrible enwh, it in full Ilia a book thai ahould U In every uleua In lb ev.amlie Indianapolis Sentinel. iu I tooka and yoti Kentucky home and abould certainly tw owned square to Iba top of Mount C to marry Misi Loula Pullins at the same in New York." which was heard for miles, and tho wlUenllrnien, CHOlV'i the t.tll.KK Iraoa aeven by I lind that iiia..n than luck to Printing .MI errrj con van ilin,tt Harnra, The l.wk tan tlien ibreexiuartrrs oftbt wav aik tdnpiare a ad times lo Imp ilrwt .r ,t ,,,, to I Djlun hour, was awaiting his arrival in order to tb laina wholo surrounding country was almost beoliUinr.lnowheierlwl.ir Irav than II Mi Ky A New Use for Eggs. ln. the aire if imp Mewen.'rr Mainbrla prrlal arrangrmrnt aih lha author, who basing have a double wedding. At 1:15 the two Hut The Ptin Is written -r th full tiiter, Inhsbtlanla o Slarllnhla 1 U. me, hat a record of iciuoved to .Sew York, baa Urg-l- y withdrawn all Every one is familiar with the value of overwhelmed with terror. It appears v.li; bla full brother, tharirlb, thla a.tu atrip of Inlrlllgrtr would agrn.ea. Wrwdlakt. couples were married at the residence of ih. as if tho wholo end of the mountain liad In vlrwofitlvlexall mi.lart on.a refordoli I7s ITitNiinrhe Ixiok ita vii ml orlrrr-- u..iv..... girdle Ihe glnt 3T nr J1 time perthe velk of an egg as a hair wash, but now nut thla Jo(.aALk-r- i are l liwether fei llevery btivrr of 1 hesun during the ait tear Mr. Adam', Mr. C. B. Engleman to Mis lovprbeuf HI.1 lo theprlceof thr"UIe of rUrue." alone, the two in fallen. It is aaid that when tho crash horar'a service at the wai iient only one hour ovrr It. ami If bla l( or luaurrn Pearl to Miss haps may not be aware of its virtue lunurr rslu orI'Onl, parted due when lor II JO. Addreaa W. 1. H'A I.TO.V, PattieAdamsandMr.John grandfather haa apent aiwlfiar hour Ihlt rjawtpa-pe- r tart la arcertaired mre with. The clothing cleansing. Bjaten up with alco first occurred peoplo congregated and the JXTKaiosi Jouaaat, Blanford, ky baa afford. d iba buntali race Iblrtern d norsewjii atan.l at ...J atabU, 1 mllea wni of Loula Pullins. The beautiful ceremony jraranf steady rrallng night an I day hol, eau de cologoe, or ether, like ox gall, prayed to bo delivered from tho falling lauioru, Cy .on Iha.StanlurdJ .ibalby lily turn. r. was Baid by thb Rev. R. L. Noel, of It Is only by Utile caltulalloua Ilk thee tkat ptaa. Keapectfully, T. M.. ( UOl$ It keeps better and is mire powerful; or in mountains. w can form any Hra .! the tlrtula l..n of lb Mayjoy an! peace go with them. moat popular of American nawipapara or uf Ita c,lt . L6l'i!n row's Smwlrr a net ,,,,f one simpler cases', it may be used alcne, or ' a pure bred trotting r(ald colt la a (tord and Miss Relda Wear-en- , Influroraon tbeoplolooaaod actbana of Aiortltan out of Mr. June Kinnaird Bats Uio North Adams (Mass.) corre- """i -- " luainvi iau Jiay, g a all liieiaitt-- . troll merely mixed with water, to be rubbed on turn and woman T both of thU place, were united in Tba run la and "Hi eenilnu lo b a ntwiaprr very laii ami jo .. the lunnlne maspondent of tho Albany Argua : A few waia 10 perlectlon y. I), ALuaiuttr wklch trill Ibe truth without frar el ronaequenrea Eli- - with flannel for removing from colored Inst Tuesdav eve. bv Rev. M. which gala at Ihe facts ro matter hnw much the riUnford. Ky., Kb. 3, laSt. terials the stains of mud or of coffee and evenings ngo a physician was called by 1LLU8TEATED. prureaacoala which reP'eaeuta Ihe tireaef all lb ott, of Kirksville. world without wiat nf worda and In Iba moat chocolate, when prepared with milk. It tolcphono about 1 o'clock at night. Tho Ith ati 11 Harper'i Weekly standi at the head of American readable shspe, which la wurtltig A Societv Note from Geouoia While is frequently applied to velvet collar and call camo from Rriggsville, about two I bear! fir lb caua nf honest government, and Illustrated weekly lourna'a. Ily Ita unpartlaan which therefore brllrvae lhat Ihe Krpuhllran lar-t- y In our dismal stnetum cuffs, etc., and proves a cleanser as well as miles away. A child thero was suffering iw&lll.lll In t.lllllr ll. .Inil..l.t I II... (((.. gloomily we sat 1.. tnuit carrlully chosen arrlila. abort itnrlra, ikelcliei. Lord, I asgo, a ud uiuit go In Ibis cvuilog yiar f our I. last Thursday and mournfully ruminated a spot ex'ractor. When it has done its with the croup and in a critical condiand contributed by the foreruoal artists CUEBfWTED ui, If you know Tb Hun, you Ilk It alrrady, and and aulhorsof ibe day, t rarrlra tmtruellon and you will over our raaged matrimonial proeprct work it i washed with soap, and the mate- tion. Tho night was dark and stormy, dlllgrnee and accustomed entertainment to thouaands of American home. roni during ll withsure lo tx th moat interest- wni la for another rear, a audden sunny glow of rial thoroughly rinsed in pure water. E-It wlllalwava U the aim of the publisher tn and tho doctor found nothing pleasant ear in Ila nlslorr Ifyou du not yat know make th Harpcr'a Weekly the muat popular and eof test sunshine seemed to break in and has a specially good effect on those annoyin the contemplation of tho trip which attiactive lantllr newipater In th world, and. In Tb Sun, ll la high lime to get Into the sunshine the pursuance 01 thltdnlgn, to prraent a conitanl prevade and lighten and gladden every- ing patches of wheel grease belonging lo ho was askod to mnko. Whon preparTKHMH TO Mill. HUIlMCIUIIKKH. Improvrineni In all thoas Iraturea which have SwtMrfHyA II i. kasvaf'A. Had the compound class of stains, as they repre galne.1 for ll tbeconAd'nce, avinalhy, and thing within and around us. The several editions ot Th run a'e sant by wall ing to go out into tbo darkness and rain oatiald, as fellowa: lu lan; army of readers. some smiling angel swept by on ila sent a mixture or stale grease, iron ana his mind conceived a brieht tnoutrhL Dalit -- A0 fentia month, H a year, with MonJif ft 0 AfF" 'TajCjsw" day edition, IT wings, bearing a mesRe of love nthe; substances. coldea which was immediately followed by nets. MUMnaY This ollilin furnlihn HARPER'S PERIODICALS. Ihe current Klght ljiatra,world, sixclal articles of from the better world, we could not have uai lo that Ho called tho Briggsvillo Houso, in A New York "society" organ ' exceptional Intereaf th everylio.Iy, and literary J rut m;au. of it diIIarvr's Maailne felt the awe inspiriting pleasure I00 revlawiuf new Uwkiiif tbn hlghett merit. 91 a and "mamma" have which tho littlo sufferer lay, and reJjBEPW'I Ujrr a Weekly more. Turning unconci-ousl- r, the words "pap" oj yar vine pre-enjJkx LiHlLUEryW4tm laFWJgBBae. aUJl been so appropriated by ordinary people quested tho parent to bripg it to tho Harper s Ilaur j ij iBiflkaHMGrvClXoLU alSJaHaKraaaUr WiKXLr 11 a vear hlghl hum or Ibe leit we beheld as the source and emana-tion,.. 180 matter of Ihe Ihe dally laiuea: an Agricultural ! that "they are now anything but fashion tolephono transmitter. This was done liarfr's Young People this ethenl influence the beauti-fpartment nt unciualleil value, fprclal mirkrt re- Harprr'a Kraoklln &Uir Library, one year W able in good society." Fashionable nocie- - Tho child coughed its croupy couch. lairta and literary, scientific and dniuMtk' Intelli face of Miss Minnie II. as he passed 10 00 gence mak lb ill Numbers) Weekly rWiu th fir In many and tho doctor listened intently to every ty is altogether to high-toneI'oilags Frra to all labtcrlUrs la the United Ibe farmer'a household. Toclulisof ten with 111 street. But ala-- l ala-alone the - sound which camo from his la extra copy free instances "papa" and "mamma" thempatient. Ho States or Canada. Addrraa . ;, . rubtlther, The Volumes of the Weekly Iuln with Ihe first sehei are no lonier tolerated in "fssh proscribed a remedy, and ono of tho T h Hun. hew Vork City, Suiiilierlnr laniurynl each year When no time Yoars ago John Q. Adam loved the ionable" society. Tuey are too plain and membcra of tho family prepared and Is luHilinnrd. It will Ii underslon I lhat Ihe nrettiest cirl in Alabama. Her parents iinarsuming and THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY wishes tn c xnmenee wllli the Number it. Tho relief war rumcdinto ni' evidence of pos. m it alter ret elpt of order. marr a man named Jackeon, forced her to g brainH. The laat lour Annual Volumea nf llarr-- r'i ana tho recovery rapid. Tho doctor where she became in nat who took her to bln.tlntt. will lie sent by Tlio TTnnt of n Hellnlilo Diuretic, mall, An old minister in Ohio seemed rather waited at tho tolephono until ho hoard a'S'r paid, or by A year tVh rh wluie nclli.if at a stimulant of tho ipruvblei the Irelghidore express Ire ol exiienao 1.1 VB, IMlOflRKSHIVE, POPlI.AIt. the mother of nineteen children. not exceed one dollar Said of tho favornblo rosults of his proscripLidmjs, neither excites nor irnt.itei tlicin, Q hoppored to an educated ministry. ier fbluinei, f'T " bO prr volume ago her husbsnd died. Meanwhi'e John waa l.injr unco sumilinl by IloMiltir'a t Inlh Caarm f reach Volume, editable far bind-- i Tbo Chcaricat anil Family Kemptper In "Why, my 'bretherinB,' eyery young tion, and then nought again tho roposo ThU line mnlirinc Stomach llitlcra. ItiK. will be by mall, tbo bouth, Adams, who had married early, had not he lld, on receipt of tho ri'ipiiaito ilrgrce or stimulatlm upon 11 10 each. aeul lo- - man who is going to preach thinks he of his couch, pronouncing blessings oa tlicae organs, without lirtxluclni; Irritation, ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. been Idle. He acquired considerable Iwmvleby Monnnd tbtrifore, I'ar littler adapt"! for the ey llonillianreabnuldto avoid chance oi low. Ordrr or Praft. Iit tiecomins me muiti ui must be off to some college and study a tho inventor of telephones. ..1 purposo than tinmetllca'eil cxcitiiit I ws Agricultural Departmrnl-rblUrr- n'a A" ,h often M'.pjtr are nut In copy thla A All nominee! reaortril to Djtpepain, fever nml nj;ue, unil without theexpreM order of llartitr advertisement i cbildren. Recently hi wife lot of Greek and Litin. """-'-"- ""' twentv-on- e llrolnen. Kiuilrril ilisraai'i, hi f nh ciircil liy It Tire ormnKoraents for tho orgnniza-tio- n Addreaa II Alll'f.ll.k IlItorilKIH. Now Vorkand I'juI died.' He has gone to Texas to marry All wrongl What did Peter lor sale b an Diu.-jriM-j anJDcalera INTERESTING, INSTRUCTIVE, USEFUL, of b'lii'iau Tu Old and Young alike. fJulwcnbeU It. Mr. Jac'ison. The families will live on know about Greek? Why, not one word, tween n now lino of fast steamers beNol ' Peter and Paul my 'brethering.' this country nml Europo lmvo so pi in. the cooperative preached in the plain, old Kiglish, and far progressed that tho hchcino is now I'cAKTERS c A hat factory girl, following the roman-ti- so'l looked upon ns n certainty. Tho now THE r?LE fashion in vogue, wrote her name and In Sheep, Bun and Turkoy Blndlngi. company propo30 to build at first threo iwr.ii Fanny Davenport explained how she address and her desire to be nianied in reduced her weight from 180 to 133 pounds ships, sailing weekly, and to increaso fWEBS7tir 'w a nice little note, which she placed inside PILeaS, walking twelve miles a day, eating no tho number a3 business warrants. Yos-eol- s -EDITION 1 UNABRIMi-- : fcvB Ki'i the band of the hat she had just Gnished. wKfJW' aro promised which, in ordinarily candy.no sugar, no bread, and only such YpiOTIONAllytfgiPfUiin Her father bought the hat. On his way vegetables as require vinegar on them. good woatlicr, will mako COO miles a a house imuoay home that evening he paused at Sheals? esphini the incentive to S3 strict day and accomplish tho trip insido ol " which they were plastering and obtained "Hiw would a big, lleshy six days. Thoy will savo 270 miles of THE STANDARD. novel- a regimen: a slender and supple lath. At the W ,)t,r- - It has 1 18,000 Won la, efTJE'nP womsn look falling nruund the stage and water travol and all delays at tho bar at VUTXlX 3000 KiigriirliiRS, Bn, n .N,Jt, CIck Ilcarlncho and ullcvo all tho tronllc- - tncl-ists says, "We will draw a veil over the throwing herself into gentlemen's armt?" 'tlouruplilciil Dlelloniiry. Liverpool and Now York, bcaido tho .ittonb.i.junstatotf thoaysUm.iurliBalu. o'ari'laril In l.ov't I'rlntiiiK scene which ensued." WTr delays of quarantine nt tho latter port. rlneas, Nanaea, I)rovvaInra, Diitnas nftcr cat.nir. JL. JClJCi aa.ooo copies In Public P. b.Kti- l'alT In thu Side, Ac. rujiark-abllulu their most oT the most nonsensical and cenhale 20 to 1 of any other arrb'a success has Ucn shewn la curing It's a deep mystery tho way the heart One It is proposed to build thoso vessels 1" "' rfkeir"'ll.v IntrllUni. Tl man turns to one woman out of all surable things the Lower House of the somewhat after tho model eai nnlii ror rjUIIOI.A l of tho English and makes Legislature has done was to pas a bill TUACllKIWanilMCIIOOI.s. the rest he's seen in the world, torpedo-boa- t COO feot in lencth Wehater Ptandanl Authority with tho v. 9, and allowing Mr. Payne, of Warren, to draw Hiipriiio Court. Itecommondod ty the btntn it easier for him to woric seven jeara uku from fifty to fifty-tw- o feet beam. As HcadMhr.rrtCarict'sLlttlo Liver rillaarocqnally Sup'taofSclioolsinaOBtalcs. for Rachel, sooner than have his per diem up to the time he resigned, they Jacob did valuable In Cooatlpitlon, curing and prcvtntina; " A I.IBRARV IN ITSELF." aro to carry only express freight, thla annoy Ing complaint, asking. I often although he never took hia seat, or even vhilo they n'ao cornet any other woman for the Tho latest otlltlon, In it is belioved to bo possiblo to construct all disorders of tho stomach, etlmnlato tho liver comnlns, Is beJioTodto tho quantity of mutter It Jacob served went to Frankfort. It amounted to about bo tho Inrceat toIuiiu' nad regulate tba bowels, liy en It they only cun.4 think of those word, "and published. Th Kw Waterbury Watch, Firm Wlnllnir, .Vlrkln Rachel; and they ftemed $300 and the bill passed by u vote of 61 to them not only for groator speed but for It haa 3000 mnro Worda and nearly tlirootlmea Caar, hamlaotne, durabla an I warrantrJ to eeven years for greater safety than tho ordinary steamtlma. KKTAII, TIIK WOltliUOVEH.li.. tho rmmbor of Kngraviuga In nny other Aim n 18 South Kentuckian. of her." hut a few days for tho love he had can Dictionary. THE COMMERCIAL FOR ONE YEAR AND THIS ship, and to so construct their waterWATCH FOR ONLY $3.60, THE TWO school, George Eliott. A towel folded several times and dipped tight compartmonts that it will bo noxt Aeho they wonld bcalmostprlcclcss to tbosn who mastorto tho Mholo family. S. S. Utral.t. FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. rulft r from this dlstrcsslni; complaint ; but fortuis that man applauding so vosn-erous- in hot water and quickly wrung and then to impossible to "Who f WARMLY INDORSED BY The Waterbury Watch Company has a National n sink thorn. As thoro nately ihclrgoodncasdoea not end here, and tboso for miking lb bail chrap Watch In th World, of applied over the seat of the pain In toothRtichlilgh authorities ns .3 noar the front?" asked a friend not on Ii sent from lha Will find tbceo or j without having been run will bo tho samo weight abovo as below Vho onco try themays that they willlittlo pills Opo. Itnncrort, lt.1V. ICinerson, foralxdari and carefully rrgulalrd. Ilruna 17 hour In so many u not be wllllog; 1 111. II, I'rnarott, a theatrical manager on the first produc- ache or neuralgia, will generally afford tho surfoco of tho water, John (. IV hlttlur. v'.M'"i., "' iii laat lor vrara. it is also be to do without them. Uut after all oleic bead ,ii,.,"V?",3,".i,CJf' n Thlilithaharmrr'a Watch, lb Ulnar's Wslrh.tho theatre prompt relief. Headaches almost always X AV. I). HtiwelM, play in an tion of a Labour's Watch, lb Bov's Walcb, lbs ticbool Ulrl's .T. O. Ilollntiil, J."?;0.! 1,,,,lock lieved that tho steamers will not rock Watch-- In fact, evrrsboilOa Watch. II. II. Ntiiurt, .Jnrnr. T. Fields, yield to the simultaneous application "That long haired man with a light-colrtgUtrrrd letter or money ra Al,.,,,, ,H'- -Iiko ordinary ones. Thoy will carry floo. 1. Mnrsh, baferward,! bv mall or ranrras nilrr.li Watch ed coat?" "Yes." "He he's the author hot water to the feet and the back of the Vm. T. Harris, Koinji I. llnttln. passengers and express freight only. New York Commercial neck, Is thobano of so many lives that here Ii where we of the play." v ".i1.","11 aIonK kept a leadlnt3 Jato."-.on- Jc" Edition brings it fairly up mako our great, boast. Our pllbs euro it whllo viwim, June, 1882. ANOTHER OFFER. soon to supercede the Advertiser. Glass shingles are ' Carter's Little Liver Fills sre free from others do sot. The Unabridged Is now sunpllo.l.nt n small nd Carter's Littlo Ilrcr Pills aro very smsll and rfm.tl'rt'L,7'J,T-n,".Mlb' h WEEKLY Legislature has re- old wooden kind, and parents can then see all crude and irritable matter. Concen rrry cai y to take. Ono or two Pills makca dose. Pi " ditlonal cost, with liKNISO.VS The Massachusetts '" (truer up or tiiaciu Q win They aro strictly rcgctablo and do not grlno or .11 tiiKf , prepaid, vt in on or Iho "... PATENT REFERENCE INDEX, old Puritan law, obsolete for just when to leave off spanking without trated medicine only; tcry email; ver Watchra, which will coal IJ.J0 au, pealed the partto, but by their gcntlo action plcaso all who 5 laluablo and BsoJ for aauipU coplaa auj go to work. """"",""' Invention. use them. InvUlsstliSceBti: flvo forfl. Sold Addreaa years, which imposed a fine for "travelling having to let up three or four times during easy to take; no pain; no griping; no pure-ton."Ti'10 Frcn,0B' Iniproiement in ly druggists everywhere, crsent by null. lhat Jws Iwa mad la a humlrej years." Burlington Free Press. the operation, THE COMMERCIAL, oa the Lord'd Diy." CAItTEIl MEDICINE CO., Ne,r York ..C.MERRIAM&CO.,rub,ri,Spri!igrteid,Miu.a, -- Btm In hit funeral discourso over the remains 21,-60- 0. e. ft o .... "tu Reroir." "Why sre vnti ivl when speaking thoe Worth?" he ark No answer. The vmper iiliiuie, of the wny oiiid stoalini: cathedral a league over the hills thxt lie to the sul, nml as their tones swet and solemn xnd faint fall UK)n Caroline's port ear, Jatper fetl a shudder pass over her lithe form. Stic is intensely religious, t hi- girl, and with the Mudden Instinct ot a roan who has played third base, he icsolves to turn this reverence of hers for sll tilings spiritta' to account. ' Listen." Im shjh In whinner ed tones. ' It is the vcper hour. The chrmes rue calling tho faithful to wor ship, and onu who deliberately tells h falsehood at this time can never be saved. You know this, Caroline, do you not?" "Yes," murmurs the girl. "And would you perjure yoursell?" "No." The voice is faint and low. "Then tell me," he siys, "why jou were sad when saying '.tt rfrot'r' to me a little time ago " "I cinnot," she says. "But you must," oontinues Jasper. "I demand an i inner " Foroni-iiHlHti- t w look up tit him, her pure young f ice a white an if the land of death were upon it, and then she whisper soft! j : "I cannot." "But why can yon not tell me the cause of your sadness when speaking those w. All. 03Ft.uaL.lC3-- , Vo. SOMFjTintfft Nli!W. . ..--. . . v-. . - brtil Ullin IIIJtT. VI I, li Mi, I ' iil prhlor I No trrr-ratlo- n. Inalk-I- n Iiivsch!uiiiii Pi-iiu-c art-tri- .i MES2 ul rf. fitiTiita-'l- f ii. II. Ivrclt ,i,. I..iill.. -r wt - SUFFERERS I - -- t. in COCA. BEER IRON LIVER nrjsu BillousComplalnts Fire Fire Fire IRON TOSSC Dr.Mr'sIicaU 11 n. I jftHfl Through Trunk Lino lt Crow's Smuggler 11 . d t r3 lHUII0 ila f'f'' Mmmm 11 . . 1 . nrif, SOUTH & WEST IICE'.S- Life of Geo. 0. Barnes e .r.Ji.v."... b pa-se- th tr, . 111-ri- m rH::3??TJ:N" U. ' .. aia pre-lur- ., ..'"''". ra ll'-u-- Maui-brln- o, f- 1 rv Ihoa-aan- Lan-caste- '' ism. mat-rlmnn- Harper's Weekly. -- j J V g fl sup-purt- uf kSjfiafifcfSV of ul ;30f3e-?S- 1 e. d. lx, ses-in- Sitters l, lt nipjr t,Al, sub-iri'.- rr We-ll- y COMMERCIAL. nt I t I ..,ri IVxI-Oin- J - - r irJ w WEBSTER'S UNABRIBGEB. f A SPLESlDOrPER 1VER 0UBC o 'I' f, SI OK K'I" wa f 1 Itlunovt-r-vir(imtiMiIrrlliili!- ie ONX.Y HEAD ACHE $3.50. ly rern-latlo- vnlu-abl- o up-tow- or !f!-f- . time-savin- g i""ii, ?'("' g. a 1 LOUISVILLE, K.. K 'Scmi-(Mieeh- l) J itfmor Journal Ky.', - A in, nm line of field and garden lliilit ACurraii i ed jual Stanford, March 28, 1884 haa been made a I'realdenlial postofllce, with a aalary of 1.100. Komrrest Ilici LAN. Mail train going LOCAL TIME CARD. North. " " " Houth. Karros train" HoOln " " Norn , LOCAL NOTICES. . r. Jl so P. u. ...l M M. 1 aprlng lot of Zilgler Hro',hoe for both aexe jilat received at 6 II. Shank'. m . - 01 .. 2 S.1 IliiAND new lot of frame and chromos A.M. a, M. at HhafTer' Gallery, down cheap to prevent reatoiei toa healthy coudlllou, txcMaeta and prcventa dlMaie. For to the fact thai hi preterit quar-ter- n ale by Mclloberti A Stagg. are too amall and for other reaona Qeo. II. llruce A Co. will move their 01. fi HlKK'. There were 300 cattle on ihe WinchesLandiiktiih (Urden Seed at Penny & clolhiog atock to the old Christian church The bra', feedea brought ter market. McAliaterV on Deot treet, where bargains await all from 5 to 5 centi per pound. Good yearJot). Haas Hop; Cholera Cure. Penny w)io viiit them. Don'i delay, The tire of trotters, roadaten, and more fancy u Kaattrn horaia than any other m ling brought $40 per head; good calvf and A McAliater Ko!e agent. Id Kentuckv. will make the mum or list Um.K-- our tadie wah ti be behind at Clooejout accoant with Penny & $20 to $25 Two yenr old mountain aleera lour rollea wet of rjtanlord, directly on tba Knob they were on the "High Tea," they nhould brought $35 to $10 per heid; mountain Mck pike, and will be permitted to serve ruarea by ah or note Ihe extremoly low price of 120 IIhand new alock of every thins tn the have the neweat crate, a "Pink Tea," at yearling brought from $20 lo $25; calvce at Inanre. l'artlug with the marethe aatuollior f 10 lo forfelta Holaan eicellsut Jewelry lino at Penny A MoAllcter'n. aocial from $10 to 15; work-oxeand ure once. The latter u deecribed a a from $75 to foal getter. Uraia furnlihrd brtedrr per month. at tl Hohhk, cattle, aherp and poultry xw-dc- r gathering, at whick the chief refreshment Duo cara taken to prefent arrldenta or eaeapea, in de$1G3 according to quality. Mule for aale y Mcllobirta A KlugK. but will not be responsible ahould any occur. m aafraa tea aweetened with mipleaugar mand and sold well liESCKIITION AND I'KDIORKK.-ob- by U k IN'rw ahade of ready lulled plnt for black, wllh amall star and two wbllefret, 16 handi Dli FoflTER, of Lexington and a on of I Inch high, fine inane and tall, god tony leg, nprlrifr trade at McKotert A hiKK ' OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTT. heatitl'ul Dead aoJ neck, oaellenl should ir, back "Watch ts, Clocka and Jewelry repaired Mr. Doc Helm, came near reing drowned and loin In fact fatilllrst In There are only two prisoner in the Kuaiantee there doesn't lire a adnmrtrr .ami will They were In the Hanging Fork Tuenlav. and warranted by Penny A McAliater. atHlllon of inese quailllea ha almost New and full alock of Fiehlnx Tackle of going a fithing and atlempled to ford the county jail al preeiit, Jerrt Williams, h ucunr uniHjiiuoD, ami progeny. Aa anerldeuce iDvaiiablr lmiartatuhla every variety just received at McKobtrU A stream in n buggy when the rapid current chargtd with murder, and Joe Yeager, that h will produce very hoiaea when crossed on good inarea Is the (act that soma of hla very btKK. bore lmrie and vehicle down The little charged with grand larceny eedlfst colls hue nothing hut a lr Wallacadtm them Thlsoflltell la concluilva For coi'vlie, cohla, Ac , iim Cotntvouml boy clung to the neck of the doctor and it Tilford Purdum laat week lold Q. M. torccommend speed comes proof that the Imm thn sire, riomeof 8yrup White Pino Put up in 25o and 60o males In tho land liava producC. a D. Minor, two tracts of land on the ftolling the botllec. Trial mi 10c. McKohert A wai with great difficulty, that Mr. ed laitcolta by him. Mr. Alex Johnson says; "I noy and other, who went to their rescue, Fork, in thh county, aggregating 118 acre have bandleJ more of Nobby' colt than any man, Stag. fcr i2.4U7. Alex. Tribble old to Turnbull and they are all " " Mr Wm llodd rays "do aaved them. The hore and btiggy were Mr l'Jr.lom luson with better radlr lire 'personal little handling that mile cmght In aorue tree and finally gotten A Co ,u lot in the burut ditrici in Junc- and says "no better la trotting Illscan tie In 2 34, cIom of horses fouDd." C. J" lUn.kr went to Loulaville Mm. etood Mr K. tion City, where the ltedman Horn Nunea atys no road Is tun long lor any much the worae for the fail out, not l. oas a teller." Warrtu Rutaera of thfiii,andv.-ryratenlav. for $700. fxiliby made a record ol 2 M and waa sotil to W. C. Mil II C IliiKiiiT in takinc in Cincinin i fleet on the A new schedule goe Mr. A. S. Keed, of LiG range, Ga,, Fair, llcfeljnd, uhlo, lor IJ.00I. If necesairy could gl'e nuinlicra of testimonlnla from the best nati Ihia week. Kentucky CVntral Sunday. A regular shipped frum this point on Thursday horsemen of our ccuntry loiumendlng Nobby to Mr. Jam T. Ciuio is up on a vieit train ia put on from thi point, morning: lo his home, 12 gcod Southern the firorablecinsldefatloii of nil loiera of good horsei, but will let the nlmte suflii-Kiauilna from Lebanon at horats purchased iu this vicinity, at prices the liorse, and If you are dlfpoaed loglve hliu your which leaveaat 0 10 A. M. and return pilronage I wl'l guarantee lue ri deed for your Mim Lixit: Withkrs ii riitlnK her 9"5i'. M A freight train which alfo car- ranging fiom $100 to $175. Wakefield, money Noliby fa by (larrsrd Chief, he by o Chief, heby Membrlnn l,a)inisler, he by alater, Mra.N It llujchev Farris A Co'. Livery Stable waa his headries piienger, leave at U 25 A. M and Mcmbrino, lie by Imp Mesenger. (iarrardChlel'a Mh. A.H Tkiiiiunk, of Harrodaburfr, returning at 6 15 r, M. The wort quarters while here. dsm, Polllft Iixnn, tij Frank, g dam by Aralus; indie KUixt of the Mieaea McAfee. The bill are potted for S II. liirrelt g g dim l.y Hanbletonlan g g. g. dam by put of the buatiier la that a paraenger to Nofiby'a dam a thoroughbred ni.ire formerMr ami Miw. J. W. Hallo: have Cincinnati haa lo lay over two hour and ACoV. Great World's Fair by Kail, (which ly ownel by II, F. lloblnron, of (larrard county. it. ii. citotr. he goe it i a circua.) The bill are gorgeous and 47 minute at WinchtKter unit moved lo their (ami near Danville. Mil. N. It JIuoilL U able to hobble via Islington, which xl nt is reached at aert that the show is the "Grandest OrSALE OF- 12 50, where a train ahortly leave for Cin ganization under the Sun." arounil after a long confinement with It will be cinnati, getting there at 5 1'. , 45 minute here on the 11th Inst. Humpty Dumpty Mm P. II, Imu. and M1m Ilionie In advnnce of thetrain that top ro lone at will arrive.on the 1st. Iluali of Danville, are flailing Mia Hettie Wincheater Theachedule i an improveA leap; ear party given by Misses The btlr of the late W. M Fair will sell al public aiieiluu to the highest llidcr, on IVrrcll. ment on the old one but could be vaatly Alma, Letlic and Hettie Craig on Tuteday Miis. M. K Hr.LM haa koih to improved yet. night was larpely attended by the Toung Thursday, April 10th, 1884, In nee her nitre, Mr. I.lllard, who society people of Danville and vicinity. Circuit Court Thi court continue Mr. Will Ills Farm near Ml Palem.on tho Middleburg A. haa been III fur a long time Given, of Lincoln, and Mr. DudTurntisillle plk , to grind alowly. J. H Napitr win found Mr A. W Davikon, of Chicago, ley Walsou, of Frankfort, aMisltd in reguilty of the crime of carrying cnncealxl Containing About 485 Acres of Land, II. K Ilucklen A Co, ia in town ceiving the company. a deadly wtaon and a verJict of ten day making i.fw conlraclo fur hiseirellent rem Mr. Itobeil HiLii, of the firm cf Hai.n lo h put up Arst In tour lota. Lot No, contains 110 Acres. SO Acres in wheat, 15 In mm last in jail and 25 fine waa araeiued againl edira A Caldwell, ha purchased ihe McGratd alut nothing on It. Lot No. Ucintalns about 150 jar. Mr 8 1 1'owrm ard aiatera Miaaia him, Mr Napier look paiiu not to be on property on Lexington Avtnue, and hi Acrrs, all In gaaa, Including dwelling of rotma. two good barm and all Allie and Hatlie Power, of Ironton, ()., hand, at leaal he waan't. Polly Armftrong moved mere with hia fimily. Kid. S. W. Lot ho S contains about l20Acrta, outbuildings, all In graa. PowLot No 4 contains about 7J Acre. In gran. Bald have arrived and taken room at the .St a ecu ceil ol atealing a ring from Clay Cutcher, of the Chrintian church, haa lot lies on the west aide of the pike Aud then all Ueorg Dollina, who lying on the Am ph. Mr Power will open a dry good ell, waa acq'iltted. moved to the houejul vacated by Mr. the landtogether, and east side ol tho pike will In put up the bid realizing the moat ahol another negro, William Welch, waa atore in a few day money w be accepted. A o40Oor AOO Arren Ilnnn, which is oppoaite the Firil Presbyof 'llnibrroU l.nnil to be sold In parcela (.'. It. Knulkman, of given one year in the penitentiary for Mr. am Mrs. '1 ha land church. ill ba told for '., cash. B in 12 months ahooting and wounding. The attor- terian 2 Paint Lick and Mr. and Mrr. John Pear), the The printer men are at work on ihe and the balance In andyears, with interest on one twulast payments a lien retained This It ney for Oaatineau, charged with raping of London, accompanied by Mia'e Mag tlieU-a- t HlrcV frarmi In Lincoln county; lla catalogues for llruce A Harlan's grand if gie Smith aid Uesele Adam and N M. an old woman, entered a demurer to the combination sale which is to take pUce en veil, la well watered, convenient to timber, good roads railroads, churcbea, o 1'osseMlon given Hhtiiua'e, of paint Lick, Mr. Jack Adama, indictment and the court sualained it. the 20. h of April. There are already sevent- Iminediate'y At tho rame time we will tell all the rsonal property, consisting of 32 bead good of lVttr Chandler for abooting of Ml Vet nou and W. A PrIev,of lon-do- Tl e cafe y-seven uitries. The value of the feeding Cattle, hate lieen fed on corn for a month-3long yearlings, joke of Oxen 2 milk Cows, 2 foniHil a happr wedding party at the Adam waa continued to the 21 day of horses to be sold will be about $20,000. Tho S tat Hogs. 1 -- ow and l'iga, a)out 80 barrels next October term. The grand jury ad- Mjir Unite, Tilcedav night Corn. Scales, aale will take place: the stables on 4th ofHay S stacks of Hay, l pair of 1 Hake an J all lb rarmlng Implements, all alter muling r imllciment, jiurneil the Household and Kitchen Furniture, about 1,200 street. LOCAL MATTERS.' which i the mulled nu labor, Clerk Itai-le- y of Kcaaoned Lumber, il ,liirv In tbe'Mlddln-linr- g Mr. Sim ISro!rs who In been with A Turuernllle Turnpike ttod, l.ooiiiaunds that ha been returned at any iai, will rnroll Fed thia aftrrnoAn at .H. S M" The pronl the firm of Welsh, Wiseman A Co. for a of Moat, Ac. 6 months, with property on all t sold on arrtdlt of Interim! aumi court i nee ha haa beru in office. Tie era. year or more, will soon gj lo Louisville, to over 110, tliataiuountanduuiler.in.il. Any perdamage auit of Dud Holme v. hi uncle, son on gain nuv inlonuailon desired In regard to butul-o- r' William MuI'thay ha opened a lake u position in the Nev York store, the liiids liy oiling on or addrenlng S. (1. ll Fnrtuir, remitted in a verdict of $52 23 anJ Mr. S. McKiurey, ehop here. George Liwrence wa in Cincinnati on K.Ur, Middleburg, Ky ilcKluuiy, Ky.. or (. U. V(ii twelfth s. Ciark cent. Jenkin A iiamx-om- r line of ipatoHtwarc jnt re- CaIi for a1iore, on it third trial, ended Turday, laying in a new supply of bouts and shoe. Mis Georie Shumate, of In ceived at ltright A (iirran'. of $5005. IMix in a veniict for Jenkin Mo,:iud Mir Alma Hiys, of The Acknowledged Largest ConsolidaAlbright km put on trial lat evening for (IARIIK.N aetd, New York ed JHltatoe tion of Great Exhibitions on the C ., aie vi'iting the family of Mr. L'lirolu the killing of the old negro Tom 1'ioti, and and onion et atT. Ii. WaltonV Paco of tho Globo. F. M. Hiumate. the following jury wia obtained: J J. Mr W. C. Price, our resident Fish Four Locomotivo Loads of MagnifiPl.YMorrit Hg for hatching pur-poLaikin Well, T. J. Hohiiion, J. Commis'ioncr, on Wednesday had several L- -i for tle at MrUoberla A Slagg' cent Show Material ! II. Hiatl.A. It McKinney, W. H. Wruht, carp a year old Uven from a pond not fed Hubble fJeorge W. King Divid Scott, John Spier, ... ... M S. by a running stream of water, and found lWn King. S. H. Middleton and J. R Haie. n ItAHRBTr'.i gaveaiioh them first class in every respect. They . The nnult will probably be reached to day here laat fall, will exhibit in were rolled in meal and fried a fih ordi April Ilth. narily are. This exp'riment ttTectimly NJ.W INITH) UONSrElt A CYCI.ONK which left death and tli Mr ami Mrs J T. Ha rrh deairelo re- truciion in il pathway ept over a por contradicts an imprcsMon which ha had SHQVy'S! turn theirherlifct thank to the ciiiiii tinn of Lrndonand iiirly entirely demol-iahe- J nume currency, tint the enrp is a c lltvored full. ill of Stanford f.irtlieir vtluahle and timely the little town of Pittburg, Laurel five aiitant' eince tl eir miafi rttine on the cnunly, Tue)ay evening At the former tive Gov. Smiley e has at present Fsrri capSim lor in tho night of the flu-church ard other wlf. .vhipping and pis.ol carrying 115 days. place the Melhodit I a friend in Ohfuh Comedy Com) our, nith full building were damage but at P tUhurc ihe Nim Wilkerson, for knocking days Geo. fury of the hurricane wa climaxed. Three tie head with an axe, 425 bra ill pUy here hand and orrhiatra .Sunpron, for selling whisky withtul next week, hpglnniiu Tliiirday night, itnl freight car, two coal oil tanks ami a 180 dsjs Mag Fry, li.r crvink car standing on the track thre, were of April. colored lady wiih a razor, 75 d.ys. Thlr repertoire cnnalal af i "Oliver TIn!," "The Celc lifted bidily from the track and a brake-nu- Maria Ko', for etit larceny, 00 day uchpUja It. !'. PhllllM, wholeehlo dealer in named John Harlmau, of Livingaton, br.iled "Farni'iV Paiuhler," Ac. ra-e- s a wi.H-kwho wnn on one of them m carried 50 feet wines an liq lota, puts lip in knt itnth1 O.d liuck Creek" a tdie of Hum frtiru Liiki.Ih ccuntv fieni falling on hi head on the rock, hi which would break up my prohibition soand t I'r tklip. Two or thrie death wa inlntanrou fare bmllv He leave a wife ciety in the country. He receives nrders week a,i Ui- - II. u e ptKed an act to and two children and wa aliont 30 jcari of for it from all pirt of this glonoiM Union morning shipped a number' Hiid Tti'ir-da- v the. Lincoln county lluilding age. The hoiire of Mr. Itroughton w A drink of the a long blown down and 'lie and her two children of cses to Cincinnati. and hiving Aaxcintion and alter tl ii til referred to did not inrpire thi item, delay It wai ihi week reKrttd lo the Sen- periahed Among the wounded are Col. for your scrihn is a temperance lodge in ate, whero from uue unexplained cati"e, 0. AV. Stringer, both leg broken and cut himself, and beside the town authorities bound it waa reci mmitted lo the Committee. in the head. Mr. C. W. Stringer, hip have Phillip"give hi up in such a way thata Coining to Kolcrt Hiding, apiral column he couldn'tsell him a hurt), if he lived in criMhed. 0:oi.k C'ARl'CNTKlt aay Slanaord haa broken ami cut in the head. Mia Sallie drink nor Dinville, unle he waa a druggist. llio btl material for a aherifT f f any town Judge Payne, member of the present on the continent; but that it nquirra juat OofT, cut in the head. Jama Weaver, two three men lo make the embodiment com rib broken nnd a wound in the head, Sam- Legislature, is dead nt Howling Green and Aidtrson Chenatilt, 73, in Montgomery plele Hi theory i lhai hi own head, uel Stone, badly injured, Charley Ander- county. Menvfio' grit and Din Miller' bottom, if son, George F Anderson, W. Wolsey, "Wm Won-dor- s! united would furniah n officer men might PhilMil, Mm. Thomas and others. The SEW ADVKnTlSKMEJfTS. folio! igare estimated damage lo projierly: uear by but would not be likely .to awe v Pitman Coal Company, store and ti -- 1iousp, at. THE ZENITH OF ZOOLOGICAL AND AUEN. "Multuru In I'arvo." Coal Company, Ic Completeness The Crab Orchard $;t,000; Laurel CitAlt OitciiAiiP GLENCOE. $3,000; Peacock Loal Company, Dram tic Society will give an entertainMany Shows in One, and and store, $5 000; T C. Stringer A Co., The combined glnllloti. ment in the College Hall at Crab Orchard one the Greatest! ALJall.iU dlcncoe, will store-hous$1,000; Thomas Hos, resifor the benefit of the College, on Saturday make the present renvm dence, $200; George Andersin, residence, etalle, mllea at hit A Mammoth Arcnlc Oatlierln o- fnight Ma'ch 2!)th 18SI. Everybody in from llustonville on the $1,000; W. GolT, residence, $800; M. Hoj e's Iluatonvllle and Liberty 150 All Star Performing Artists I invited and expected. Mr. II. II. Turnpike lioad, at stable, etc.. $300; Peter McCin, residence, wa down this week and judging - A Monstrously large Menagerie of $300; John Pitman, hotel and nteam mill, $io To x.vsmti: from llio programme he had printed, ihe $2 000, and the M.F. church, $300. The 100 Ciirch of lilvIiiR Wild Ani A COLT, occasIcii will heone of )!faurelo all who south-bounmail wsa delayed 5 hours by Money duo when the mare pro res to be In foal or It mals! attend. uamiiiugne trolobstructions on Ihe track. In other parti trtiiM wunnniy two mnnini- iiciuli low,and A (treat and only D.vp.Sja Aquarium' The Royalnilto In 2 ii on .1 track 10 JoinrNici;oi,M)N wa arrected by Mur-eh- of tho Stale much damage una done to led ifarve Pope, one of his driver?, ajya ho could al Japanun Circus' I, wem' Australian Circuit A, Mr Curiosltlea ol tbla is a he wauled to. lUre Newland, Wediiecday nfht, charged ftwclii!; and building and the little town show a 2U0 iratonnv tluis exirn brrvlcr, h'Hirolta Mua um ofAge' Inventlona and ew aim oonueriui be, 1 rnddle horse and an A inournnu and hvery package rent of Cilmansville, In Harrison county, sutler-e- d Uing iialurnlly galled aiulurune slr anu ttyia. hVn'uro never oeiore exuiniieu in hid worm, mm with obtaining n expre Aewat tired by Jo Lluioj ho by Si Elmo, he by (d this year nt cost eaceellus!Uii.'W nerutoi from Paint L'ck lo W. C. Wood at Hard-towt lexandir't AbdaUah, br Kytdike'a Ilambleton-an- ; rilratlts. L'ephants, lroineilarlea, Elards, Zdbraa, almost as bad aa Pittsburg. Later: of (llaula' Eletdianla In HarJo Elmo's dam by Mambrino Meseiiger, by A hv repieentin Junction in 1881, Mrs. IJrougliton la not dead but she can Maiubrlni Paymaaier, 1st dam by Willi I) by Ac, Ac' 1 Elciilian'i, Horses, , br.ia, Ulraflea ness. tralni-Foreigner, he liy Imp. (JUiro, Willie I) 'a dam and Dromedarlea. Our The packnge co'ntninnl not live. himpelf a starlight, by Cnerukio, his dam by Imp, GIoi.cj. about $10 in ulieckH ami money. The waroolecLcr, 2d dim by a btarllglil'a dam bt Old saddlo unknonu; Sd dam wai It ilia moit llrllllant. (Jorgeoua. Magnltlcent, LAND. STOCK AND CROP rant waa aworn out by Mr J. A. Carpenter, World'a Convocation Doiiblehesd and Iliizzard mare, thor- Mimpluous, known at E M. Kite sold to Warren A Mel-ci- lf oughbred. thn will olso stand my line Jack, I who wjr agent at the Junction at tho time ever wilmwaM' HKtmlaofM etc' 10 I'ens nnd Cagen of Living Wild Alilmala 0hiii In tho streets, U5 a wnnn load of Irish potnlt'e at of tho imiweition, and he fnlly recognized eoaling notlilnc to ttis then ' 100 (lolden Clunota. . Cars unil Cages" lOOCUalnlna CliorlslBit and g cat tho man jestcrduy. Judge Cntson held reits per huh-'terma lervc Jennet on Cloricniird petformeri : 'Tn i cr fur inancM each -- Jell Sutherland Id to Lexington On tviio terms. fur marcs,1 will linuda high, brown day I'rlMof adiulaJloiias uual. hxcurslona on of Itullitt him over to await the cfliceis Mc la prlrate roducnl ratea. Olio ticket and one aotlou with men At present Nickolaon hs-- a ealooti in Heck- - pirtie 10,000 IU of I emp nt $5.25 per itrlctly hardtioso, iindlor il to, ttjle and himself is all mllroadiai Posia lirlco of ailui'tsbm ujintli to all our shows. to beat, aud hat proven .- Winchester Democrat. only UIQ efUOW coming this yaar. tively lb cwt(UC) gwJ breidsr. H. VOWKL.L. casile county. I shipping. " But Paints of Penny A McAl Inter. IiANDntmis garden need at Mcllohert OtVINO StrayeI frym the premiaeaof John M. d Held, nix buck, 2 Southdown, 2 and 2 high-gradAny one knowing of their whereabout will pleane confer with John S, Hav. rilanford. There in hut little change to note in the Cincinnati market. Cattle are alow at 2J to 5 for common lo medium; good to extra butcher 5 lo 0; common to choice ehipper 5 to 0.35; Mocker and feeder Ho ore quiet at 51 to C 10 4 to 5 85 for common up to 7 nd 7 for bed bulcb- Sheep are firm nt 4 to era and nhi Pliers Cot-wole I'jlilllon Hklo Cure Ii a ptclflc cure for all akin illaeatr Salt Kheuni, ErTljls, lUsb, Inflammation, Inaeet Rite, InorJInate Itclile'gi Ulcera, Cut Wound i, Rurnaor Bcaldi, and all tfcrofuloua t niilun. l'or aale bf Mcllolieri A Hlagg. We mcrlla n CT3 taleplraauraln Infornilnj the pub'lcof the of I'aplllon Catarrh Curo. It will euro Chronic Catarrh, Cold In llio Head, Bom Cold, and lor Hay Kvrr no nuidy la a tfftctlro. It baa curM hutnlredaof raara. For aale by Mclloberta B"KK . tonlalni l'il lion HIixmI Cureblood kluJ, It the . no ralnfral o( any NOBBY! Drit-tla- atal-llo- er lt o 1 ft 2 O coldest-Moote- la-t- e Mem-brln- ar-ri- vi Q w o o Dln-tuo- le. sso-ti- ii 4 0 $ rheu-matia- M-- LAND, STOCK, &C. 0 1-- Leb-anc- 1. repre-aenlln- g; 1 LI in xn cf- - P f7iiiT CUSP ma-licio- Q o CD 1 ll'e, 1 n SO SSL1 0 O Hock-rror- (2S-l- I 0 0 3 4 lck H CD ClIiOL'-'.wlilc- fhVtt-firllo- Din-villc- arrett & Co.'s H. 6 are-graine- RAILROAD w & work-hous- an-oih- ir n C," w wWbit 1 y 0 0 p o CD O SM Cipro mmmSmmr O P-P CD OANVIJTaiTiE Saturday, April 12. A Wealtli of World's B CO store-houa- e, e ABDALLAH that e, '."-- Ilro-naug- li d tS - al n Wo-)(N- . liorte-prdlg- reu Grand Stroot Pngonnt bob Mcelroy, )- a J. MY NOTE BOOK. Stmi-lcch!nIntcriorounml Xhei, Then Are Itlla Thought." -- T1IE COUNTRY llOAD. nr CArrroiA black. Tho drives of a city pork aro considered Tory lwautiful, with their artistic ourvos AxontRn aoon nor. X Detroit grocer was hungrily waiting fcr his clerk to return from dinner and givo him a chance at his own noonday meal, when a boy camo into his store with basket in his hand and said: " I soed a boy grab up this 'ere basket from tho door and run, and I run of tor him, and mado him give it up." " My lad, you are au honest boy," "Yes, sir." "And you look liko a good boy," "Yes, sir." "And good boys should always bo In n box in tho back room there aro eight dozen eggs. You may take them homo to your mother, and kocp thobaskot" Tho grocer had been saving thoso eggs for days and weeks to reward somo ono. In rewarding a good boy ho also got eight dozen bad eggs carried out of tho neighborhood free of cost, aud he chuckled a littlo chuck as ho walked X ftrmiil Combination INTERIOi. JOURNAL And Ilia Loulivllle CHAMPO ! i THE Stanford, Ky., M.rc.t2 . 1884 NATURE. TETB.IFIED WHILE ALIVE. heart-rendin- g cases "Ono of tho moat that over caino under my notico," said a Louisville physician, "was that of a man whoso death could not affect his relations, becauso ho had none; but tho manner of his dying was bo nwful that it was a call upon common Ho "was a young humanity for sorrow. follow who at tho breaking out of the war, when ho was 20 years old, enlisted and fought with courage under Confederate banners. In tho tcrriblo warfare about Naahvillo ho was exposed to tho raini and colds, and contracted inflammatory rhoumotism, from which ho nover recovered, and which caused his resignation. He returned to his homo a miserable creature, and never was afterward ablo to walk. For fifteen long years ho was dying as slowly and surely, and with as much torture, as tho most refined cruelties of human invention might Opiates? Of course have produced. opiates were administered, but what of tho moments when tho influence hod waned, and when, rushing upon him like wolves of torture, inado ravenous by hunger, tho pains broke through the veil of insensibility and tugged at his framo with teeth of cruelty? Tho very immunity which opium gave added another horror when it was withdrawn. Ho was kept under its influence as much is possible In nine years ho had lost every power of muscular effort, and sat in his chair a living corpse, only to be moved to his bod, where ho became a mummy with tho spark of lifo still glowing. The time shortly camo when ho no longer lay in his bed, but sitting in his invalid choir became tho enthroned embodiment of a soul too miserable for life, too sacred to bo freed by other hands. So ho sat, year after year, with his muscles fixed iu iron, Ids eyes looking upon a world as dreary as misery could paint it ; his voico sinking in his throat, only to be expelled by hunted nature in wild and piteous cries when tho pain racked into hopeless cowardice tho strong heart that had led his men up to tho dreadful caverns of cannons' mouths without a flinch. Fixed and rigid, tho poor boy was a sphinx, endowed with life and deprived of movement Every joint in his body became ossified by tho chalky deposits, and not j even a movement that provoked deathless agony became possible. Even the joints of his neck becamo rigid, the fingers stiff, and tho limbs petrified. He was a Btono frame, with a covering oi flesh and tho soul of a living man. The muscles of the oyo even failed, and the lids falling upon tho weary balls shut in forever tho darkness that was about him like tho gloom of the grave. Then camo, with tho same step of measured eternity, tho ossification of tho joints of tho jaw, and ho was fed betweon the rigid teeth. How slowly death moved saunot bo described, bnt when tho inflammation had seized tho heart in that last prologedn spasm, nature no longer sould give warning of its agency. What tortures took placo under the drawn cur tain of that human mystery can no more be told than the sorrets of those horrors in tho lowest duuoons of tho inquisi lion. Death came, but it was liko the (ruling of tho mist-lin- e into tho clouds, md as wo stood about that chair no ono 3ared to utter his thought no ono could tell whether tho soul still lurked in the prison, or whether death was life or lifo When ho was buried his was death. fixed limbs wero broken with hammers, in order that ho might bo placed in a woll-knoTv- n Nature is tho primal cause of all things. From it all tilings havo their origin. What is of art, literature and miscellany owes its beauties to tho development of nature. Tho landscapo painter copies from tho beautiful scenery surrounding him. The theologian draws natural conclusions. Tho author is instilled with a beautiful something emanating from nature, and from this science nil things must assuredly coma. LITE. Whit ti lift t Tli breetea murmur, "Merely breathing, that le all, We to manhood grow and dlo, Li the try on the waU." But tha bream they were wrong, Ufa U bright aa fairy aocg. AUTHORS. The author has been asked : Who is your favorite author? This is almost unanswerable. Wliilo tho mass of read-or- s cost their votes in favor of Henry W. Longfellow as tha best American jKwt, wo are loth to cast our vote for him. Longfellow is probably the par excellence in his particular lino of authorship, but ho does not givo scope to other departments of literature. Harto, Holmes and Saxo are tho representative humorous poets. Emerson is the acknowledged champion of forethought, natnre and subtlety. Tho most of his writings are of a very metaphysical and logical nature, and, let me add, much harder than tho most of writings. We find, on tho other hand, that Edgar Allan Poo is as a poet of beaueminently tiful expressions, and weird, wonderful, imaginations. fantastic, Wo have many good authors that may be read with profit and pleasure. is another American philosophicul author, and one of tho deepest reason era of the ago. His "Intuitions of tho Mind" is a book that need to bo studied, read and reread. McCosh is theory in nature. famous for tho He has some six or eight philosophical works of great value. These aro only and alfeeblo criticisms of a school-boown Aniorican authors. We lude to our might mention many such authors as Lowell, whoso "Among My Books" and poems are famous, and such as Bryant, Wliitticr, Taylor, Evans, Arthur and others, but enough for tho present pre-emine- nt soul-stirriMc-Cosh y, NOVELISTS. joflln." French to take part in tho centennial celebration of tho surrender of nt Yorktown, which will tako place next yeur. It is stated that a regiment of French infantry and a portion of tho French fleet will participate in tho celebration. This is in accordance with tho eternal flturss of things. Tho French army and the French fleet contributed not n little to tho American victory at Yorktown. Tho soldiers and jailors of our sister republic will be welcomed by every patriotic American, mil in a maimer to shew our appreciation of tho past as well as our kindlj K'lings in tho prosoni. , "It is tho intension of tho Gov-jrnmo- nt Corn-irnll- is A modest man in Delaware wroo to Postmaster Qeneral Howo asking appointments in tho postal service tor himself and his two sons. His modesty is discovered in tho fact that ho asked nothing for tho old woman and tho girls. IT The publio schools in tho Southern States aro constantly improving, and tho attendance both of whito and colored children is glowing larger. In nearly all tho cities and largo towns as good schools aro provided for colored pupils as for tho whites, Tho maintenance of tho Boparato system naturally increases tho expense. IlniAM 33ootz, of Cobb Mountain, Cal, was out after a wildcat with his gun, and tho single bullet ho fired not only brought down tho "varmint," but passed through tho body of a deer and killed a fox. When Hiram goes out with his gun again, tho wild animalfl will know enough to bo a littlo moro jierumouous aud not stand in lino. Who's your choice novelist ? asks an i They loie the country, and none else, inquiring friend. We aro of tho opinion Who eeek for their own fake lauthat Charles Dickens has won the It'a alienee and It's shade. Wiite UiLL, Pa. rels over all others. As a skctcher oi human character ho is far superior to EXPEttlilEXTS WITll SEED COBX. any modern author. His writings aro Says tho Phrenological Journal: irresistibilities, full of IVuir lioxes of earth, alike in quantity though there are many gems of stories and eiHJsuro to light and heat, were interspersed throughout his writings. planted at tho samo timo with corn from FOOLS. a single ear ond placed recently in a Fools are a most blissful people. physician's office. In ono box dry corn They never have any aspirations to suc- was planted ; in another, seed previously of life, soaked in clean warm water; in tho ceed in tho higher and henco trouble is a stranger to them. third, seed had ben soaked in a soluThose who struggle and strivo are the tion of ; in tho fourth, seed onos whoso hopes aro blasted by adver- soaked in chloride of lime and copperas sity's dork and bitter storms. water, oqual parts. Ono week afterOLD AUTIIOUS. ward, the dry corn had not germinated; old authors for "their the corn in the second box had just comWhy attack way of telling things ?" Becauso they menced to sprout ; that in tho third box are tainted with the strictures of their was just showing its green blades, and age, we need not doom them to the that in tho fourth box hail grown nearly closet of obscurity. They wero tho three inches high. Copperas water will prevent birds and worms from eatforerunners of tho then laugunge, which is now a language of ing tho seed, and ono pound of dry will soak enough for twenty acres. beauty and much improvement Chaucer comes down to us as a teacher of The murder for winch an Indian was men. Revere good old authors and re shot recently nt Muskogee, Indian Tervere yourself. ritory, was peculiar. He suspected that COMPARISONS OP THE MIND. his squaw loved another, and had told Wo aro like arrows sent up into the his griovance to an Indian friend, who air. They rise according to tho primal had cause for tho same suspicion in reforce given by exertion in Fending them gard to his own domostio affairs, and together they agreed to kill tho offender skyward. Somo arrows will not attain tho height of others. Tnis Tlioy went to his house after night full, Tho door is duo to their make and the forco actwhen ho was asleep. of tho Indians took aim and ono ing on them. Just so with us. Some, wo uotice,of our cln.ssm;ite- fail to reach but lowered his gun, remarking that It a climax tliat lias ueon. reaeiioii y out- hadn't the heart to kill n sleeping man. ers of tho class. This i.s due to intelli- Tim other ono took tho gun and flrod gence, force, mentality, tenacity uud de- telling his companion to learn how t portment Wo may be an adept in kill a man. Tho murderer was pun somo particular Held, wliilo a friend mav ished by being shot through the heart raoko an utter failure, or rovcrso it il Tlw nfllror who arrested him acted you pleaso. You may excel in poetry, executioner. His eyes wero bandagi'd, Hi while I may, on tho other hand, bo a but his hands wero left free. hotter clown, or "n King's fool." And marked a placo just over tho heort mi again tho arrow. It goes up with ra- his clothing. Ho displayed tho utmost asking pidity and it comes down with equal coolness throughout, even velocity. Wo mayriso swiftly to dis- that his eyes bo left unbandaged, as ho tinction, to honor, to famo and all theso wanted to look death in tho faco. things, but by sudden reverse wo may Two Yooxa ladies in Montreal wen as suddenly decline, until wo havo reached tho base of intellectual improve- gazing into tho windows of a millinery Our store,' when suddenly a gas explosion ment from winch wo started. hilled, ore tho guides to all that comes blew out tJ.io window and nearly minds Bhould bo a from us. They aro much liko tho soar- tho young laalos Tins avoid ing of an eaglo. Wo can sit and con- terrible warning1 toVrr.Ci ladies to milliner btorc.t template Wo view tho fair pictures ond rare TnEiin U nlready in existence a "Sopictures of future greatness. Wo may ciety for tho Preservation of tho Irish read tho sad things and glad things of Language." Might wo suggest tho life. Our minds are bent by inclina- speedy formation of another "Society tion. Just os tho eaglo darts down- for tha reservation of tho Irish Landward under another current, so can our lord?" Punch. minds bo modo to descend to another current, a lower current, a current that "I neveii thought but onco," said only tends to damn us moro and moro Deacon Webbing, " that it was a sin to as wo indulge in it. steal an umbrella." "And whon was Robert F. Dott. that?" asked a friend. "It was when BUITOH, IlL somo" pesky thief stolo my now silkone," A hoy was enteacd by a Laporte, Ind., answered tho deacon. jury to four years' Imprisonment at hard 1 ibor for stealing a suit of clothes. A jury A wife desired her husband to buy in tha same town and on the following day her a now spriug bonnet. "Why, my gave Henry Augustine onljr five yean' im- dear," said lie, " how can I do it whon I prisonment for the 'murder of his uncle havo no mouey?" And bIio simply and cousin. "Owe, dear I" . button-burstin- g foot-wallime-watei and carefully arranged luirders ; but their beauty is thrown entirely in tint shado when compared with tho beauty, which nature with such a lavish hand scatters along a dear old country road. Indeed, I think, a country road is almost post description, for at every turn you como upon a new panorama of picturesque grandeur. Here and there a shado tree hangs over it and throws strange fantastic shadows upon the smooth, pobhly surface, changing dark emerald chestnut burrs aud unique clusters of acorns into creeping things of hie. It secerns to como from nowhere and to end nowhere, for wherever wo stop it still stretches on before us like the flitting spirit of Dante, eluding us and yet beckoning us on with its beautiful viows so pleasing to tho eyo, and so agreeable to our finer sense of tho msthotio. It winds around largo hills, thon leaping tho little foothills it stretches out through n fair, fertile valley, past g s with pretfilled with olus ty green tcrs of sweet Williams and nestling masses of modest pinks. Ever and anon, it dips into hollows, filled with the music of tinkling water, lined with soft, green fern fronds, and redolent with tho perfume of wood violets. Its sides are lined with daisies, wild roses, and tiny blue and often the fences are covered with a drapery of thick, green, d vines, which wind in and K,ut through tho old rails, making the irregular fence a thing of beauty. There is a marked difference between tho words drive and road, tho first instantly suggests something artificial, somethingcon-structefor pleasure only, while at the very sound of tho word road there looms ii) before one's mental vision round d hay drawn by loads of sturdy horses, and long lines of sleek, cows, followed by a fair speciboy." men of Whittier's "Barefoot There is an objection, which some might bring forth, to the road, which is its utter loneliness and silence. For thoso who lovo noiso, bustle and confusion it would certainly not bo pleasant to ride, as I havo dono for hours, with nothing to break tho perfect stillness of woods, my head whoso toll trees like a canopy. Cooper writes thus : g, Weekly Courier- - Journal Oi ppen year fir only 81-l- wo luurv than the price ul one. bmiiH Courier-Journa- Mr Hlllo paying u$ I you "HI rrcelre far on year tho imjkt wllli Ilia r new.pape r of Ilia riduth, democratic and fur tariff fur ifYfimaon'T. nd th bilghle tand al.leal family weekly It) Ihe Inlled i lain. Thov who deilre In examine thisMiiiplo olllic do n at coiy of lh Hy your itpmM-tnallY- Coii'ler-Jiiuriiaica- n pleasaut-lookin- farm-house- door-yard- s, star-flower- s, glossy-leave- d sweet-scente- mild-eye- d over-arche- d cop-uer- as uatu-rall- y wu-ope- n, - n- homeward. D.M. FERRY BOSTON! The afternoon waned, night c.imo and went, aud onco more thu grocer went to $1.25. Twice a Week. $1.25. AtilOforaUVlNO (1)1, r IUion Ii a his dinner. When ho returned he was black. MS Beat, Newiieit and Cheapest picking his teeth and wearing a compla- The hljli, wa.lo.l-ullunil. and Kewnpaporiu tho south i Ii). I?I O'l v ni 4 cent smile. His eyo caught a basket of Lim -l. - i.y MVral " Inby Warrior, hli eight dozen eggs as ho entered the store, dim by Jim I'ort.t rl'.tiUm Mum Fly, a Maui- and ho queried : The Semi-Week- ly imiill end Warrlnr .lck . 23'-IOM I A' WAKKFi til.it. " Been buying somo eggs?" thou d tka It, It rlee lha laleat " Yes ; got hold of thoso from a farm-er'- a Kcrylio-l- adtaorwof Ibe oldfaihl ned week- raw. daya la boy," replied the clerk. Ilia end f.ir lee money It U DKMOCUATIC, hut l'KuriKIOAI. at the lime IN UKrKN PENT In polltlca. It "A lame boy with a blue cap on?" Ckiulalni lha Uit new.iummary; lha bell roadlng matter, tha bent idltorUU and lha bcit market J. w. aaww. " Yea." iam M. aoDTT. lor only HI ttoperytar. IJIIOWN, HUUDBTT "Two front teeth out?" L'O ItX 13 VH A. I" I N.VW Sond lor Specimen Copies. .V . "Yes." MT. VKHSON, KV. The giocer sat down and examined tho Ktery farmer, e.ery m.iehunt, eeery trader mint ll-ly- r " have I', fithwriba at uua. eggs. Tho shells had beou washed oleau, ALEX, ANDEHHON, Retneint-eyou g.t lui pra and douMe lha but they were tho samo eggs that good A.'1TTI UN 13 VI I X.'V X A. W, reading mailer flen by au ordinary weekly, DANVILLE, KY., lor Sl.UfV and II cornea to you twlra a boy had lugged homo tho day before. wrrk. Hand lha moner to our agent lo Will pf f lira In tha CourU of Boy la and adjoining jaur county. or remit direct tout. Free couotlea and lo tba Court of Appeali. Addrtxa TUB MIl'IsVM.I.K lt)ST, J Uulnllle, Ky. GLUCOSE. J. H, KIHII. A.t Jjiisv, And II liter CounolM'oner Hnckea.i la Circuit Cour, "Glucoso" is from tho Qrcok word Wrights Indian VecetablePills wr vkhnun. ky a glukxn, signifying "sweet," It is a rou TIIR Will fracllo In tha Ibviraitl Caurti. OfUca la Court-hou(IV.) of tho juice of constituent ntcs, plums, cherries, tigs and many of the L.EE F. HUFFMAN. IN H V It J other sweet fruits, aud is often seen MTANKOiW. KY. crystallized on dried tig, raisins, etc. And ah Bilious Offlca South tide Main tilreet, two doon abate ,rly AM DriU-'lit- no grip-- r Safe i t iVc t tha Myeri IIoUI. ! tItw .rt It is also formed from starch, and cellu-los- o PureNltroui Oilde (iai adulnlilarad when required. woody fiber. A common name or Dfor it is "grapo" or "starch" sugar. - W II. PENNY, t mit!Mt Most glucose works at the present timo Ml'NJf A CO.nf tha Hnwxririr BTANrtmr), KKMTCKY. riiiei T f"r manufacture thoir product from corn, Inumoa. t a.S licitforn the mi.i't.i .t. Offlie 'our I niul Mate Orfl a oer Itihl S l.ylle'i Mirk. lorrrlKhu, which is largely composed of starch. Kniiland, rrumi--. Uorroanr, n rsc. llml ivm tv.I from 1 loll a m anil loir ilora Aneilhellci ad M ream' aai'.'iei I'A'enli nt frtti. Thlrty-eHI ler i mlnl.tarol w in ne"irr is very simple. thmuchML SNA I'll are n.(li-- l l'itent.MMalne-The modui oiKramll i nd InthaScirvTirtr AMrniCAV. tha lan-r.- i leaf. A mixture of starch and water of a ni-- t lolr rlrrulalnl aclonltne paiwrmien-tin- , HXi In. Weekly Splendid rora!ln.' na of lha temperature of about 130 degrees is formation, . AddnvaMUN.N Mclrtiilrle Aiirr A CO , rMUMTiric wnt Iran mode to now gradually into a vat con- AMIU1C4N Office. XI IlruaJaat, ' York. 1 jwr taining water acidulated with & cent of sulphuric acid, aud kept at tho boiling point. In about half un hour E Chicago tho starch is converted into sugar. The liquid is drawn off, and tho sulphuric THK OXl.y t.tVK llt'.NHINU acid is neutralized by tho gradual adKouto Ensl is no longer dition of chalk, till thoro Cars! roa auy effervescence. The sulphato of lime A.Nl) HOLM) TIIAIJH is deposited, and the clear aqueous solu- Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. TO CHICAGO LOUISVILLE tion, after being concentrated by evapTha only tine running oration, issetasido to crystallize. Tho moHrwlat Norte. I'neenj.r. trora tha Knm-fl- e lasses is draucd off, and tho sugar is PULLMAN NEW SLEEPINO CARS Branch of U A N It, II. arrlee In LouLrllle In lliuelo lake tha eienlnf train of lha "Monoa dried at a goutlo heat in a current of air. Iloate" and ko ihrouib U Qlucoso is less sweet than cauo sugar Ureencantlr, ( ranfnrdHYlllt , Ijifajett and less soluble in water. It is used iu and Chicago nlthout change. TIME TABLK the manufacture of beer and alcohol and IMIy. adulterating cano suqar. All Iially oI'AIIU.Ns. also for Lexalcoholic drinks aro obtaiued from fluids l.otilHTllIcCliiCaiiiiHtl it ml 7 41pm Lee, Ioulitllla.... 116 am ington, Hy.. .., I Ul a in 2 01 pm Air. Oreeoraitla.. ... containing this variety of sugar as tho H " Crawford. ille. .... tOlm Jtil p in .. 1 II a ra Lafayette pin essential constituent. . . " Chicago IMpn IMm exposure of ouo's lifo is an Neolioent Tha rooel direct route, with only one chance of offenso in England, where attempted Connectlnj in aama depot with fail tralna lot ran. U all polnla la Wleroniln, Mlnoaaola, Iowa Ktbraiia, Ac Yor further lulormallon. adarrae suicides aro severely punished. Hero is MUKRAY KKLLBU.O. I'. A., 3NTOT717 17- Loulifllle, Ky in which an instance of tho rigid manner : At tho Spa road The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan the law is enforced station of tho Greenwich railway, a largo ville, Norfolk, L R. R number of persons wero waiting for the Northup train, when tho 9:01 Great All Virginia and North Carolina Y A ern up was coming in at tho opposite Points. -- TIIR MOOT DESIRABLE ROUTE T- Oplatform. A womau was seen to bo crossFor tlcketi and lurther Information, apply to ing the hno when a through down train your ncant ticket vlfice, or addrraa V. J. llKIO, W. I'.. AKNOI.D, came thundering along at great speed, Ticket and Ten. Att.. AJmtiilnit Agt., And decidedly tba Papular Route, afford tor, aa II W Mnln Nt., Loulitllle, Ky don, leia change and luperlor accommodation! to and the woman was within thirty or forty sho seeuied v, w. yards of tho eugiuo Iwforo ii. w. rn.i.r.R, nmitii, Miuouri, Iowa, Kamai, Texai, Uen'l TaeVr A'l. r.aoM Manager, to realize her position. I no screaming Richmond, Virginia Tha North, Northweat and Wait. In fact. If you whistlo of tho ongino and tho simultaneoonte mplate a trip In any direction, your Inlercat will ha bvateerrrdby purchaalng your tlckati via ous shriek of somo 100 men and women K. C. and Cincinnati. I'ullman f'alaca t an; TAKE TIIEcaused her to look round and then sudNew Day Coachaa, and hindaomely furnlih-u- l Reclining Chair Can lorin tha unetjualad denly fly to tho edgo of tho platform, aqulpuienta of thla Old UeliaMe, thereby making a trip oier thli Una one ol luturloua comfort and where she was seized by threo men nud pleaiura. Try It. W. & MISSISSIPPI bodily lifted up, tho buffer of tho eugiuo TIME TA1ILE. IN EFFECT NOVKMIIKR II, 18U just touching her clothes as it passed, Time hen-lIi 20 mlnutre (lower thin ttuit lieretafora glien. Tho pooplo on tho off sido of tho eugiuo ! being No. 4. No. 18. No. I. undecided as to tho result, tno Bouth. wildest confusion prevailed, many oi tno Lra. Corlnglon ... nil applicants ana 10 Will be mailed )rar without ordering It. euitomen of tan It contain illulrtioni, wires, deKtlptlona and dirr. Hon for planting all Vcc'tal'le nJ l0,"' Seed.. Plant, rt,- - IIIIIIUUttltt RsH jMiiilf rini A tncrto rlltt eeawuofloslat the it. Me of J M. Wray, at "Pink lotMfe," H, lullea from Milium, rii fine lniiortrd Norman i Million, will make tha AT . , 815 Oh THE SEASON, well-aha- &C0.S& ' 10 insuaa a colt. ('raiuolia dark gray, 1' hinds high, weight l.fcio iuuudiatid II 4 yrara old tha Wih of May next II Is of floe alyla and artlon, K"J In lha lolni, well rlMx-- d and large todr, with nl iliouldei., head and nrrk wall eel on. lie waa lniKrted hy U W Hlutblflcld A Co., or Hlo.inlDg- ton, III., 8epletnlrM, ml. We will alao ttand at Ike Mine plara our flue Young Jack fW Post. If r .-- r J Pre. I1S-I- Atlornny Collar-tlom- LIVER ! 1 ipM-lalt- Complaints DKNTIHT, PATENTS fr--- fHB "Uioaroar kouxhl" Louisville, New Albany Railway. Kentucky's Pullman Palace A SOLID TBATN WASHINGTON CITY. 3To:rl3L. 9.-0- 5 CINCINNATI! -- Klt-g- ant 01 H onlookers wringing their hands and other signs of oxcitement until tho train had passed. Tho woman wa3 taken in custody, to bo proceeded against. Her object in crossing tho lino was to Bavo ono miuuto in tho chango of plat- Eaist.TVest and North -- raox- Hionisxrillo Prills Arr. Parla l.e. Pari Arr. Cynlhlana.., Falmouth 7Uiui nipui 15 a in 15 p m a M a 00 a 45 p 10 2 10 11 C40pir JL CINCINNATI, the 10 p m Arr. MaysVlllw.... and tha North, rreo 1'arlor I'ari to Cincinnati Waihlng-to11 os a m 6 00 p and I'alHCoHeeplnzCara lo Cincinnati l.e. l'rl form. " Wlncbeator ... 12 il p iu 7 40 p Ul Italllmore, I'bllKdilpbla and Now York.wltn-ou- t 2 0J p m 8 50 " Richmond iu 12 23 p ui change. 4 00 p hi 4 20 p m " Lancaster from LOUISVILLE lo A TEir roinarknhlo pieco of median 4 40 Arr. bwnlonl June a oo p iii 2FTI-.n- aiu ST.LOUIH and thoWcat, is It ism is on exhibition in Chicago. Mo."i7 No. 17. Nortliwtut and boutlmoit, with Palate Meeplng No. 3. Noktii. tho work of a poor German cabinet- Can on nlht train, Loulsrllla u 8t. Louli. U 00 am 12 M p ra Lre. HlanfordJunc U 40 a in' 50 pm maker, living in Troy, K. Y., who ilevo-to- d LOIIISVIT.I.B to " Lancaster S 40 a Hi 12 25 p lul 5.4)pui " I'lchmond ST. LOUIS. seventeen years of his lifo to it. " Wlncheiter... TOUim 2 05 p iu 7 65 a m 2 SO p in Arr. Parla. Tho mechanism represents a Swiss 'row LOUIHVILLE 5 40 a in 12 SO pm Lre. MayiTllle.... four feet chalet, about fivo feet high and inwanai'OLIs.chi 7 10 a iu I li ii m Carllile Day 7 30 a ui 2 IU p til.. Mlllershurg. figures of CAOO and the North, withwithoutCoachei and wide, containing sixty-fly- o chango. Cara through Chair 7 U i in 2 60 p IU.. Air Parts purbiiing their daily men and wotnou, I 7 00 a ml 2 00 p ml Lto, Islington n, 111 I to .Iroui LOUISVILLEEaat La. " " Carllilo Mlllcriburg. Parla J m B 18 p iu m ii uu p iu ra' n 00 p in ... ta (i tQ p iu,.. 0 00 p in A V0 p in -- r lO Hours 2VY.."r. day-H- ours 1 LOOK AT THIS ! vocation. On tho lower iloor is tho smith and his smithy, next to him tho LouliTllle The2:ttp. in. Etpreaa (dally) from le l)tilill to 2.W bricklayer nt his work, n trumpeter, a liail'alaceblMpIrgCari ftom at Waihlogton New chaugo, arrlrlnc Yoik clorgyman preaching, women bringing p. ra, without next and mon walking about, hammerwater, Ahead of All Competitori. ing, chiseling, selling shoos, etc., etc., t1 theO.A M. R'r r Erolgranta and representafor dear life. It is a perfect hare Through Day Coacho on all tralna. Hara n Swiss village. A no mldnlgkt changca. Arrlte at St. Louli 2 houn tion of busy lifo in In adranceol other Hnca, thereby icciirlng more train of cars runs out aud disappears in time for making change ol can and felting Out choice of itaU In cara of connecting lines. a tunnel every half hour. Inadrancoof other lines to Indlanapolli and lIoma-8ekEl-H- ot 11 Pails. . 7 55 a m 2 60 p ml, 60 2S 85 10 p ml.. p ml,. p ml.. r kiiuuuiu...... p ml.. Arr. Corington No. 25 Lr. Loi. A 41 a m, Arr, Mays? Illo 8 40 a ra No. 27 Lr. Lex. S 0.1 p in, Arr, Maysrllle 8 10 p in No. 28 I.y. .Mnyirllle 8 10 am, Arr. Lex. 8 80 am 40 p m No. 28 I,T. Maysrllle 12 30 p tu. Arr. No. 6 Lt, Cn 8 00 pm, An. Falmouth 7 00 p ni No. P Lt I alra uth 5 63 a in, Air. Cor. 7 61 a m Noa. Sard 4 daily between Hlchmoud, Ixlngloa and C Vlog jn; all ethers dally except bunday. ii " Crnthlina.... Paila.-- ., 7 68 a ml 8 80 a in 9 81a tu 11 10 a ml 2 8 4 0 Rntorj to discovery is made tliat nhlraffo and the onlr lino xlrlng Hi patroni a 12. The mclanciiolT For tickets, rates and Information pertaining to qjlle ride along tho borm of Lake Michigan. gosh" i the wort kind of swearing. For ticket!, ratei, time, mapi, Ac., apply to time, connections, Ac, call on or address Ageala ol connecting llnei or aJdren W. B; McllOUEUTtt, Aokht, in III Indian Bible uei "osh" (my TicketII. b. IIROWN. Southern Paaienger Agt., HUnford, Kr. eaily 0. K. Cor. Fourth A Main its., Lnulirllle C. L.BU0WN. O. W. BENDER, father) for the Almighty, and the W. II. 8IIATTUC, PEABODY, Buperlntendent. Oen'l rail. A Fit. Agt mlMionaries employed "goih" (your father.) W. W. Uen'l Manager, Uen'l Paaienger Agt Corlnfflnn. Kr. . Cincinnati, ....i ur.u, ii, aicnannr.1, irar Pass. A Frt. Agt. Jtiaeald the Indians at once adopted the Htanlord, Ky. J. D. UILL, TaMtnger Agent, Ubanou.Ky, litter word for the uee of profanity. Speoial Emigrants. .....i...ii"'