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Mo Mistake in Hers At noon a girl about ten years old, and wiaringa somewhat faded costume, came up to the delivery window of the threw down a letter, and said to the clerk: "Is that air stamp all tquee gee?" "Yes it seems to be all right." "An' is the addre-- s writ so'a thar' kin be no show of its getlin off 'n (lie trail an' monkeyin' all 'round the country afore it giU to wbar' its addressed?" "Oh, I gue-s- s so. Thu " "I don't mail boy can manage to want no guess work about It, for that's a matter of life and death. If that letter'll go straightway no, if it wont, uat unlim beryourtmgue and give me square music." 'I'll guarantee lUt it will find the person to whom it is addreiseJ,'' said tiie clerk who had deciphered the hieroglyphics on the envelope. "Then, that's all right, but If It don'tgit thereon time I'll have you took up for murder. That letter's fur my feller back In Illinoy, and he writ lhat if I wouldn't marry him right off he'd kill hisself, an' I've writ back lhat he kin come on an' double up jest aa soon as he Wants ter. If that letter don't git thar straight Jim's jest fool enough to nwaller a doie of pireu, or soraelhin', an' mind, young man, that you are liable to be pulled any minute for murder if he does. My name's Rody Lumly, an' anybody that knows the Lumlya'll tell you that we're not to be fooled with when human life's at Hake." And she shook a warning finger at the clerk and walked out. Leadville Democrat. post-offic- onfti NEW SERIES-NUMBE- X.-- N UMBER 510. coming. They dilu'o water colors, which are brighter and better thin inks; do not soak through their paper; and dry without subarquent smearing A hint for those who can take it, in bihlo marking. Mama, Marie and I went l) p. to ' Glen-coeIlro. NobleV villa on Stamford Hill, where we look tea with our denr friends. We were all quite wild with joy at the meeting. The dear little resurrected wo man had just returned from the Ial of Wight, as "plump as a palridtc," "Noble William" himself looked better than we have seen him for a long while and the y "baVy" for once relaxed his usual and carried anir by the. contagion of general rejoicing, became aliirinl garrulous. After lea llr-- i Noble got out bin concertina and we had a jIly lime, almost verging on tho Undignified; but inoffensive and full of prah-- to tho dear LOUD, who baa been to good to us all. Had a blened iiicotin t night full of pDwer and the manifested presence of the LOUD. Ilro. Iltrllet, from Ilighgate, brought with him two French ladies, from mother and daughter, who were quite enthii'la'tic in praising thu ' beautee ful gopl," an ihey brokenly expressed It, Hertvrrt ami Elilh were loth to go on to Ii.'xley Heath and we were loth to let them go, but we all raid "Praise the LOUD" and then it was very easy to part. Wonderful lubricator of life, that simple phraze is! It is mote effectual in its working every day, Satithday, March 3th. -- George Wood, Marie and 1 wuii, by appointment, to the lirilish Museum, (o examine their wonder ful collection of ancient copies of the En gli'h Ilible. And well weie we repaid fcr our visit. A dinner on "mhliebait," a del icate about an itch and a half long, ealcn "body and bones," at Ludgale Hill, w.ii not an item to be despi'nd in the day's enjoyment. Dar George his given from his aranty earnings JJ25 ($l2ft) for the tent. Just think of the fitnt $250 coming from three dear donors, with Mich limited means, for George is only a clerk on a small Hilary and this gift, like the other, means much self denial. S we shall get our tent by Mar M, we hope. Prai-- e the LOUD! toti-turnite fi-- b, STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, APRIL 4, Lancatter, J. 11. Adams is rejoicing over the ad vent of a boy into his family of girl', whom ho christened T. IC. Adams. C. C Stormi has bought the house and lot on Danville ctreet, -- occupied by th Missea Noel it Smith, milliners, for which he paid $150. He expects to build a brick store thereon this sum mer in connection with the new postoflW. Uobert Hamilton, proprietor of thn Hamilton House in this place, waa married Wednesday afternoon to Miss Nannie Her ring, daughter of James Herring, of thla county. A reception was given at the Hamilton Hou-- which wan largely attend cd. We niah them much happiness and two-stor e R 238 $nimor$ourimI v. I WALTON. oilil aVriif t'txbUthed Turndnv , GRAND OPENING MEW CHEAP STORE! 83. OO XI31l e. A..V1VUIVI WhanpsU itrletlr la If w hare to watt any time, S3. 50 will b charMd. GEO. O.BAHNESin ENGLAND xUA.iHii: 102 Daixtow, LusttoN, E Maii 21, 1SS1 J Aur Inlirlw Widnckuy, Maiicii 5 th Utile band of "(lie Mthful" t Erllh to mtet ererjr WednenUj night nt Ilro Ir-lorifor the study of the Word and to kef p iho fire burning tint the 1.011 D'S Inrr lu kimlled. 0. course they will be call-djhateful nam- - fur doing it, but they ore a reoltili lot and will not umilj be put down The pUn l to get other, not full iT'Dv tlilzintr, yet ml ojiprv-tl- , to join ti tn, one bf one, and win tlieni over to a hearljr fellowaliiu bjr lure and patirnce. Herlxrt, who pent llie night with ui and tell with hi Usual reluctance at the lint moment, compatible with retching the Stock Eichanje at hi buinem hour promlxed to be good and go to Kritli to night, initetd of returning to the meeting in Caledonian H ltd Arranged uijr carreajtoadence by one desperate and fell not a little "oerhaulint(" reliered when t tie job was acoouipliahed by fitsadily flicking to it. JJro. John Tod cjIi eJ on hU way to btirincM and we l.ad a friendly chat over a puiot that I bad tried the night before to male plain, with only partial aucce-n- , Tit: that the current ji lira re ii erery pulpit that men aro the light of OjJ." it a falfe one, iuce the dear Crou, wntr "put away mi by sacrifice of lliui'ell," nd the drar ' I. ambof l)jd, taking ,, . t . i. l .ur wolld;" being made a "prjpitutiuu lor llie mm of the wiiola WdrlJ;" and "Uaring our alns in His own bjjy ou the tree " Only la uisn'a night can there be itnnerr, after that, ftuce our Uod ii well pleued null lit) BouVt work and to ILui uur iury can hare "good pleaaure in men." ( Luke ii:14) Thla not being aeii p jiw , lna.in to no end ofonfetalon in appiuuug me a aa inner, ineiead tf 4iuitile uiibelierer) In Jeiua, which in ttie oi.ly mMibie ociitiuteicy Ood can hare with men, rceing all the net baa bean fully aeltlad. And hence the Holy (ilioat, the Comforltr, couricta the world of aoy otorr in, aave that of not believing on U jd'n dear Sjn. Tliat aint by beliertug (not eoi.fewin, nor mourning, nor extenuating, nor evading by bringing in hooivlliing in it pUcej, all in nHtled and the hjuI goea oa its way rejoicing in the LOVE tbal baa done erery tntu for it, and glrea freely, "without ujbrid ing." I luuddlrd (hia a bit 1m; night in the telliug and dear John, ever lovingly jtalout for the truth, aa well aa true to me, came to hare it atralgbleiied out. We agteed exactly before be went out, a do. At night we had a temperance meeting that had been previously appointed and 1 waa "Chairman" inatead or Speaker. We had a grand evening, the two men who ipoke being full of the Holy Ohot and bath reformed drunkards, longing to deliv cr other. One of them had been a bur actor and clown at the Alhambra Tnealre, who had a wondroui experience to narrate. TiiL'KxnAY, March Oth. Wh went to meet th Working Women at their nocning in Jewin and Alderagate vtrect and had a good time at the latter place, wheru in the lulure tve ahull concentrate rervice. Deur Siiler Finher ne-- . to it personally that the room in well filled, lwery thing in nuch work depends on tho jxnondot the man a;;emt:it, Jewin nlrevt lackd tho prestige of a good bead and we drop it for the present because we are not properly seconded in our efforts to benefit. We regret thin, as there are some to whom we have become at ticlifil at that place. Hut they cm attend at Alder'gateetrecl, if oo disponed, which is only n few minute' walk ilintjut. Herbert and Elilh come once a week, on Thursday, to spend the night with ui and Ilro. Hiid Sisthey aro nlwavn delightful. ter Limmer and Dr. and Mm. Berry joined the party nt tea and our little rooms were full; but we got along nicely. All went up together to Caledonian HomI and in preaching on "Saul ol Tarsm," there talk with John yi Rults of thoclearing-umorning came out most Mtinfiiclori Ijr, the dear LOUD giving me libtrly in ex)oundiug the ditl'erenci) between a "Sinner in the sight of GoJ and a ninner in the pijht of man." Justification clear the ground en tie first cjunt of the indictment. SanctiOca tion makes all light on tho second, l'xalae the dear LOUD fortiliowing it so clearly to me and giving "utterance" to tell it to tie I think they paw It all. people. Fhiday, March 7th. A quiet morning opent in writing. The girl, niter Iferbfrt bad gone to bmiuess, busy marking their new liag-te- r Uibles, until Elilh had quite used her eyes tip tnd was obliged to deeiat. They are making them look quite ornamental, in dilTjrent colored inks red for a Dinner') salvation; (the IJLOOD) purple for n saint's crown (royalty;) blue for bodily healing end green for the LORD'S second 8iuoKLEvr.i.i, Lank, Tii is r.oiti" .A success. bj icat-tere- d to-d- Lancaster la In a worse predicament than ever eince the addition of another passenger train on the K. C. U. R. We get the dally papers at 10 o'clock r. M. The morning train leaves the Junction too early to make connection with the L A N. train. It taken a whole day f) come from Cincinnati. One must leave Cincinnati at 8 o'clock in the morning to arrive here at 10 o'clock at night. It takei about 8 hours to go to Cincinnati from here. O, llie railroads! Misses Jn.t Redd and Sallie Fish relumed to their homes at Crab Orchard Monday, after spending two weeka with Mrs. Jan. H. Leavel in the lower end of Dr. Jai. Core, of Homer, the connty. III., waa in town lat week stopping with Henry Noel. He his retired from the practice of medicine and wishes to locale in the Sunny South. Mr. Noel has gone North with the doctor to at'ead a ale of Holsttin cattle; both gentlemen arc engaged in raising such stock. Col. Sam M Uurdett la expected home Saturday on a visit. Si Li UWEKSf Store-Roo- Formerly with D. II. Carpenter, Catlettaburg, Ky., has opened in tha UNDER THE ST. ASAPH HOTEL Main Street, STANFORD, KY., a New, Elegant and Deeirable line ot Dry Goods, Notions, (eoollnuid Drat tune) ierr Hr. TjiofcniT UrmutiiKCTioN Day Had Comi:. I was at White Sulphur Springs in 136S- -I think it was 'OS-- hut anyway. General Uobert E Iah and General Uuse crans and other distinguished men were there at the lime, consulting as to the best methoila of reconciling the North and South, and bringing about much meded and harmony in tins nation. One day the stage coach drove up in front of the hotel and out the door of it steped a newspaper man named Ilanna. He waa long, and so thin in body that he ofTred no particular obstruction to the panage of light. The thickest thing about him was a shock of red hair that hung down on each side ol his face, covering bis ears and framing his cadaverous countenance. He wore a long linen duster about as large around as an umbrella case. A- - be climded out on one side of the stage Aleck Stephens climb eil out of the other, and the two started up toward the hotel together. One of the boys at the hotel pointed at them and called out: "Look her! Here comes the yanguard of the resurrection." e-- let-qu- The jury system is full of abuses in Kentucky aa well as in Ohio and the other StaUs Tho longer an effort at rem cly is deferrel the greater will be the popular dlsiegird of the machinery of justice and the greater the prevalence of of crime. While changes in the jury laws must be the lesult of legislative enact-mentho Legislature su a whole cannot be depended upon to mature any bill in this connection either or in its character. It is a work requiring the niudy mid attention of a smaller body of men, who havo a knowledge of the law and ore not distracted with the consideration of such bills as those to authorize thn town of Williamsburg to bor-tomoney and to index the mortgage records in Campbell county. The Lpgisla-tur- e should establish n commisdon to rt upon a revision of the jury system at a future session, and this might well be in eluded an a part of the programme nig Bested by Senator Hallam. Lcuisville Commercial. l, g ben-efici.- il w Don't Know It Well Enouoh. "Walter," said her fond wife, "will you net learn to play pjker for my sake?" "Learn to play pokeil" be exclaimed in Recently purchased in New York, nt prices that aro conceded to be utterly beyond all competition. No old or shop-worgoods, but astun'uhraer.t, "Why ahem why, the truth Is I co know something about the game. I I have played It." The Saloon Business Defined, "Yes, dear, but you dotA know enough. It is a business which is opposed to every I thought if you would only learn how to clergyman in the country. play it might not lose so much meney, Wo intend making our stay permanent in Stanford, and as we have a buyer It la a business which every merchant you know." Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegrapliving in New York, always on the alert hunting U3 up drives, we and business man hates and detests. will bo able toofleryou from time to time It is a business which is the standing Courting U sometimes called spaikinf. dread of every mother. because the real fire never commerces unIt is abusineaa which is the constant fear til after marriage. of every father. It is a business which i the horror of An Illinois philanthropist bs willed his wife. corpe to a medical school. That is a dead It is a bit stores which makes ninety per- give away. cent, of the businesa of the triminal We take special pride in asking all to call and examine our goods, and feel courts, confident by strict attention to business and having goods at the right PKICE'8Itisabuslnes which makes ninety per prices, to merit a share of your patronnge. cunt, of the pauperism for which the tax As we are very busy opsning and arranging our stock, have ouly time to enupyer hia to pay. merate a few of our many bargains: It is a businrea which keepa employed an army of policemen in the cities. It is the business which puta out the 6 re nn the hearth and condemns wive) and THE INTERIOR JOURNAL children to hunger, cold and rags. Prints, Muslin;, Ginghams, Shirtings, Jeans, Table Linens, Towelings, &c FOR 83.50. It is the buslnest which fosters vice for of all the best and most popular brands at extremely low prices, Wo de-profit, and educate. in wickedness for sire to call the Lndies' undivided attention to a scrip or rune, or, The Mountalo "Without gain. RTaoiellat. ()i!iO. llarnsa. The illitory of a Contorraird Llff, Ibe Kreordof Ha Silent Thoughts Drunkenneaa comprises all other vices. and a Book ol Ita t'ubllc Utlerancei." Octavo; cloth with bound In and It is the dictionary of rice. Drunkennwa gilt mottobevelled boarda pagst; t Intel engraTlog of on cover; 630 ateel means peculation, theft, robbsry. arson, lieort i O, Barcra, photogrcTlure of Mail; map of VanlibM City," 7 page, 4 In the front and 3 forgery, murder for it leads to all these "lha back fly Irarea ol fac ilmilea ar exact reIn the productions Id ili and color ol Ink of the Inacrlp-tlscrime. Central Methodist. mads by tba Hvangailit blmaslf In hia mounhia Never sold for lees In a hut on a narrow street in the tain Bible, IliuitratlDg In a compact form the "The acknowledged standard of Europe and America." Faith. Tbli buu. I. a complete hlilory of than one dollar. At the extravagantly low price of seventy five cents - i30 pages-rev- eal the mia Thn private dlinFrench village of Aubeiine-en-UoyanInmoit nature of th- - F.angllt and are made pubeach. These goods are all warranted genuine and perfect. lives a woman whose age is declared, on lic for thn nrat time In thla book. The Valth tha hlitorr, the Healing chapter-- GI pagea-gl- Ti evidence which the London Ixineet accepts argument aud all the biblical paasacea bearing on In erery as authentic, to be 123 years. Her marri- Itlufiill. Ilia a book tbal abould be bo owned Kentucky borne, and ahould certainly age certificate shows that she was married by evrry convert ofUeorga Barnes. The book can nowheie elao for leal than $3.50. By one hundred yesrs ago last January. She be obtained peclal arrangement with the author, who baTing has no infirmities except slight deafness, leuioTtd to rew York, baa larg-l- r withdrawn all agentes, rb book (5.150) and the Special attention will be paid to and she is comparatively erect. She is Inteiiok Jol'snal (F2) are ottered together foi We intend keeping a complete assortment. f the lhe"l.lfe of Barne-,- " alon, the two Ladies', Misses and Children's fine work. Lowest prices)will prevail. supported entirely on the alms of visitors, lor 51.50. AdJr IT. J". II VI f TO .V. iMxaioa Joubmal, Stanford, ky who come from great distances to see hei; and in her household work she is assisted by her neighbors. She lives almost ex- Representative Newspaper of the South THE WEEKLY clusively on noup made with bread and wine or brandy. The containing a little neighborhood physician says she In never In' this lino we can sell you goods nearly nt your own price. Boys' good wool to sixty cents. Hats from ten to fifty cents. Men's from twenty-fiv- e ill. AN OUQAN OF Like proportion in finer goods, 1)181101' n Boots, Shoes, Hats, Wall Paperj 4&c5 Everything is Blew, Fresli and, Desirable! Me IJaj'sains ! h. ttrj -- Lifo of Geo. 0. Barnes DOMESTICS: m Job Lot of Dr. Warner's brated Corsets, Cele- BOOTS & SHOES HATS AND CAPS. 3l y prlr-no- Courier - Journal IPOrEaCIES. AND PtEltCK AMI Gen. Toomii?. Bishop George F. Pierce and Gen. Robert Toombs were classmates, and they have ever been firm, true friends. Doth of them Live Issues, Living Ideas -- A.S CIES.ESuaa.T XjEaL-XESOFl- , p The Country Gentleman says: "The success of a garden depends much ou iti enrly preparation and planting in epriug. Crops which do not need putting in till warm weather arrives are greatly benefited by the thorough preparation and the and enriching the soil. It is well, therefore to apply in winter all the manure which may be wanted. Pulverized by frost and Ieched into the oi by raina and melting snows, it will be worth more than if spread in lumpj after spring opecH and is imperfectly intermixed." g A peculiar kind of building stone is found in some localities in Oregon, having the property of being uninjured by the ac tion of cold, heat or moisture. It is called granite f nmhtone, is very rich in silica, of aclofe, fine grain, highly cbrystnlized, and of a fino brown color. On The Governor of Delaware, having no being brought to a while boat and sudden-l- y plunged in cold water, it comes out as power to commute a sentence, has succeeded practically in doing so by respiting a solid and as firm as at first. condemned murderer for fifty years, virA nen song is called "No Place Like tually commuting the sentence to impris-onmeHomo." It is suggeeted by an exchange for life. The Governor doubtless that the author never courted another fel- sayt) to himself that his subjects have low's sister; but perhaps It Is her home he enough fun with the whipping-pos- t, and means. can wait a while lenger for a hanging. have illustrate I the grandeur of human intellect and the power that has to influTheir ence human thought and action. success each in bis chosen field of labor has been wonderful, in part due to great intellectual gifts, faithfully Improved, and still more largely due ton better and bright er agency their wives. Ask them, and they will admit it. Tho truly great man is less great than his wife, and always honMacon (Ga. Telest enough to admit it. egraph. The recent grant of a contract to the Keystone Ilrldge Company by the Lonis-vill- e & Nashville Railroad Company for the erection of a bridge across thu river at Henderson, Ky is considered the heaviest contiact ever entered into by any bridge company. The channel span is to be 625 feet in length. Eight spans each are to be 250 feet long, and five spans each 120 feet in length, with a trestle-wor- k approaching the channel span, which will take 3,800 tons of steel and iron. When complete it will be 3,125 feet long, and will be tho longest straight truss span on tho American continent. MORAL Ax Uskmv Ok MONOPOLIES, OLIGARCHISM THE SPIRIT OP SUBSIDY I Aa embodied We ofier Six Cord Soft Finish Machine Thread, equal in overy respect to Clark's O. N. T., and two hundred yards on a spool, warranted, at just ono half price, two spools for fivo cents or thirty cents per dozen. We invito country merchants and peddlers to visit us, as you will surely find. something you can use to advantage. In - That Thieving- Tariff THE Our System of Doing Business: Wo buy anil sell strictly for cash and by having a buyer constantly in the Eistarn markets, enjoy advantages that all others do not. No oue, if they consult their own interests, will think of buying WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L Has no superior aa n groat family aud political Ita circulation la paper In the newipapor world. jx.i.vr TuiKs i. Miar.it Than any political now paper In the South, and la excelled by but few In the United State. It contains each week the most complete aummary of the ncwa of tbo world, and Hi editorial columns are alwaya (Henry Walteraon, able, strong aud bright. Among the ESPECIAL FEATUUE3 Are Telegraphic Speclala from all the leading points In the United Stales and Europe. Serial aud Short Htorles, Talmage'a Serruons tba day alter dolirery In Brooklyn Tabernacle, Market Rcporta, Fashion Letters, Turf and btock lie pons, Answer to Corrrapondenta' Department, Poelry and Depart ment for Child reu No Home In the Country ahould be without It. Editor-in-Chie- Anything in the Dry Goods, tion, Shoe or Hat line Until they havo examined our goods or learned prices. is solicitod, whether purchases are intended or No- An inspection not. SVIISVIIIVTIOS TFM3I&: Dally, 512 a year; tSunday,$2 a yearj Weekly, singly copy cue yar, 11.50: Fire copies, one year, 5A50. After a club ol nea has been aent ua the club talser can, throughout the year, add single auoacrlption at our lowest club rate 51.10 for yearly subscriptions. Yearly subscriptions only can berecetred at thla rate. Our terms lor Im than a year are II for eight months; 73 cents for six months; 50 cents for three mouths. Is aent A umple copy of Weekly free of charge lor examination on application. Liberal caab commission allowed canrassers, and outfit aeut them free of charge. Address W. N. II A Ml KUAN. al Co., Loulitlllo, Ky, President Courier-Journal Courier-Journ- S. L. POWERS, Under St. Asaph Hotel, STANFORD, - JE&, JL TT"V or N. B. All goods marked in plain figures and warranted as represented, Democratic and for a Tariff for Revenue money cheerfully refunded. only, 4W?f. iU fc,l -- -- . Jci.-Jgrra- .. : ae JS Vft I Snm-SSttcefe- ln Intcriorournal April 4, 1884 LOCUST LEAVES. Stanford, Ky., W. P WALTON. lYAFERS AND LIBRARIES, T m'eVELYN. first, of the Written nows letters fnrnisbed to tho wealthy aristocracy ; then, na tho orav-ja- g for information spread, tho ballads f Beirs, sung or recited ; then the news pwaphlcts arranged in prose ; then tho periodical sheet of news, and, lastly, tho weekly newspapers," the first one, Weekly Nows from Italy, flta," published in tho year 1622. Tho ancient Athenian salutation, "What's tho news?" is on tho lips of en Bomothing more was needed to satisfy ibo hunger for information than the tab music-fillelet of stono on tho corners of the heaven. Delightful, indeed, though y the nowspoVer is as es- Eden must have been, wo cannot imagstreet. sential to tho happiness and prosperity ine it superior to tho great, wide, of a nation as its supreme law. deep old wildwood through which With " tho world for its parish," this wo went nut gathering tho other day. priest, tho newspaper, is proving one of There rested such a holy calm, such a the most potent educators. As civiliza- pure, sweet peaco wer tho whole tion advances and our pobtal laws be- scene that a serpent would not have come thoroughly organized tho demand dared to lift its head. Tho sky was soft will increase. In its four centuries of and bluo and seemed to rest upon the growth, tho art of printing has given to gold of tho Tho music of tho ss tho rich legacy of all advanced and falling nuts and whispering leaves was civilization. True t full of suggestions of tho beautiful that calture can only bo attained by forego- tho heart can better understand than the ing indulgence in tueaner pleasures. In tongue express. Ono little pond or lake in early years education was confined to tho the depth of this old wilderness is a vision few. It was a rich man who could own of beauty in itself. It is round as a a book and a magus who could read it rose and lined with mosses of every In thtso days of free schools, free kind, and fringed here and there with public libraries, "thou art inexcusable, groups of fern and maiden hair that oh, man, whosoever thou art," that seem nodding and peeping and laughnot wisdom. ing in ecstasy at tho sight of their own Contemporaneous,, with tho idea of beautiful forms reflected in tho sparkfree education was the idea of free pul ling water beneath. logs lie libraries ; not until the ono became lie here and there all through it, form- ' no longer an experiment, but a reality, ing tiny green islands in that lone littlo directions and with equal velocity, tho scene becomes so gorgeous, so grand and .did tho other become even a possibility. sea. From tho joyous s that overpowering, that no pen or brush can In tho first days of our country's rose out of it and echoed around it wo ever hope to portray even tho shadow of tho lovers of reading were com- named it the Birdi' Paradise." If pelled o send to Euroiefor their books. you should ever go nutting in that wild its grandeur. A cave forty feet deep, which lies lx- Tho thoughtful, eager Franklin, with old wood, do not fail to find and feast ncath and behind tho upper fall, can be all his craving for knowledge, found, your soul upon the transcendent beauty entered when the wind, as it sometimes during the first quarter of tho lact cont-nr- of that tropic-lik- e bit of lako. does, blows tho entiro body of tho watci in the city of Boston, " a few books Mns. J. V. H. Hcoxs. aside. It is dangerous siort, however, father's library, tho use of a book in his Uracil, la. to enter, for in the event of tho fall retho and then from a .bow TOMItSTOXE EPITAPHS. turning to a vertical position, thus cutchance of borrowing a book from a One of the easiest things to do in this ting off retreat, the spray must inevitably pretty collection,' or the occasional world is to find epitaphs cut on tombSuch is th causo speedy suffocation. pHrchaso of one." 1732, after Franklin's stones which the dead ier8on's worst fall in winter; in summer, when your About tho year fair establishment in Philadelphia, the enemy could not have surpassed in ab- tourist sees it, it possesses none of the first publio library wrB established, surdity and irreverenco had he tried beauties, and lato in tho summer of t. becoming, as ho said, " the mother of all never so hard. Many collections of very dry season, tho 400 gallons pet them have been mado into books ; but second arc represented by 100 gallons a .Xorih American subscription libraries, "Wo read of the books for this or ue mos Par BUCh literature has month. library coming from England; of been garnered from mde settlements, a xice rovxa max. the occasional piesentation of a and bears dates receding back into unTho highest circles of Galveston aro book or two ; of a subscriber bringing cultured times. Not so in every case, perturbed from center to circumference. a book for tho directors to examine "and however. It was only a few years ago They were engaged to be married, and pnrchaso if they would," title, "A Voy- that a stone was set up in Connecticut were sitting in tho parlor with tho liglir age to tho South Seas, along the Coast a State more remarkable, by tho way, turned down, when thf. maiden iv ;" with than almost any other for extraordinary .marked: "TJdolpho, darling, how elo of CJuli and Peru, in thirty-seve- n copper cut3, well printed, epitaphs at tho gravo of a Freemason quont was the language that flowed froir and well bound in folio form. Tho board, with these words cut upon H : thy lips, when thou didst ask mo to He acted on tha level, after much consideration, agreed to buy share thy lot in life." And toiled upon the plumb, this valuable book, and ordered the "Yaas, Elfrida," replied tho fashion-ablAnd now ne'e leit us on the ejuarp, librarian to pay tho price down, 15 shilTor bit eternal borne. young man, "when a fellah hod lings, out of the money received for fines had as much practice at that sort o A TALL CAT SIOllY. on borrowed books. thing as I havo had, ho learns it by A cat in Newport, R. I., caught a This library reflected tho taste and heart, you know." boro tho impress of its great author and 3mall mouse, and, while playing with it There was a piercing shriek, and tin afterward, as oats do, lying on tho floor, originator, Franklin. ' old lady, who was peeping through The culture and refinement of tho with ita mouth wido open, tho little vic rushed in, and thero wos j masses is duo to this mighty civilization tim ran into the jaws of death, landing tableau, sure enough. produced by books and papers. Public securely wholesalo in tho cat's stomach, All bets declared off. No cards, Gallibraries aro that both sup- where it lived for somo time, giving the veston News. ply and create demand. Ho is wisest cat no littlo annoyance, if tho movements who culls most ca."ufully, most judi- against tho latter's side aro any criterion Mrs. VicTon, a Cleveland woman it. ciously, most intelhxntly from this to judge by. Tho cat seemed frightened, State prison at Columbus on a life sentoo, for it went undpr tho house, remain- tence for tho murder of her husband, great ocean of knowledge ing there for two days. Tho circuru-itanc- called Gov. Foster to hear her appeal fur was witnessed by tho lady of the pardon, referring to tho Hon. Joshua 11. The talo that Gambetta, when a child, voluntarily put out his right eye in or- family in which the cat lived and seve.-Giddings for proof that new evidence in der to bo removed from a seminary which of her children. her favor had been found. On being ho abhorred, is pronounced an absurd told that Mr. Giddings had been dead In an interesting article on Indian fiction. Tho real facts are that, one dny, years, she seemed to realizi transport animals, tho London Timet twenty-onwhen only 8 years old, while looking at " Camels on the march are usual- that her last hope was gone, and swooned : a cutler boring holes in the handle of a says ly told off in strings of four, under tht away, tnifo with a drill fastened to an old of ono attendant or 'sarwan. EXfiEAVIXO JIOUKH II Y THE ' this chargo broken foil by a piece of SYSTEM. This man should lead tho front camel mdo machine govo way by reason of too American, in a descripThe Scientific of the ; great tension, and tho broken foil s truce by his noso vpo tho nose rope houso in second is nttached to tho crupicr of the tion of a largo tho right cyo pf tho child with great one in front, and so on. Tho four ani- New York, bays : Our notice would lc force, perforating tho cornea. This terof fifteen incomplete without referenco to tho work rible accident causing him to bo ono mals in string cover a distance to fol- done by what is called tho "process" different from his kind, ho was petted, yards If animals can be trained merciful system of engraving. Thero aro several painpcrcd and spoiled by his parents, low their leader, it is far moro tho leading rope to the head patented methods of doing this work, hia every whim and fancy indulged, and to attach When camels and it is a distinct branch of business every caprice of his ardent and violent collar than to tho nose. aro properly fed and looked after the which has grown up entirely within the diameter allowed free play. aro tho cheapest of all pack carriage. past fifteen years. Uy theso processes a coxuximcjis. Four good camels, with ono attendant, photograph is mado of what is to bo restenle What is tho difference between a hun- will carry an much as nino mules or po- produced from either a wood-cu- t gry man and a gluttou? One longs to nies with three attendants, and will cat or copper engraving, a lithograph, a pen eat, and tho other eats too long. considerably less. If this proportion is and iuk drawing, or a page of printed TJso mo well and I am overylody; applied to transport animals by the matter. In this manner tho publishers scratch my back, and I am nobody. A thousand, it will be seen that, assuming tiro now reproducing by looking-glasthe plates of Young's "liibln equal staying powers and freedom from Tho oldest innn that ever lived died disease, there is a very great advantoge Concordance," a very elaborate work, in before his futher. How can that be? Who in favor of camel transport." which, interspersed through tho English was it, boys? Methuselah was the son text, are numerous quotations from tho A jtkw piece of musio is entitled Greek, Hebrew and Arabic, making a of Enoch, who was translated, without dying. "Danco mo on your knee, darling.' book which would prove a very diillcult Sho evidently wants to find out if ho is work for tho most skillful compositor a ruALixu" rorAae. linging in a wooden lep on her. or tho most .accomplished When yon see a mother of a Early prayers havo been abandoned In this way, however, tho pages are siml)oy making rapid progress in the negadirection of the river, with a good stout in Harvard University. They aro still ply put before n camera, when a tive i3 taken by which an exact impresbran-polin her hand, you would not compulsory, but as they aro not held until sion is made through a thin film of wax, 8:15 o'clock they involvo no great hardbo far out of tho way should you to ascertain how far this when all tho other parts aro eaten away sho is going fishing. She is going ship. In order leaving the clear representain a "whaling" voyage provided she represented tho sentiments, or at any by acids, tion of tho picture or print photographed rato tho training, of tho parents, they con Jliid tho boy. in relief with an accuracy which can rihTsiciTH now recommend r were asked by circular whether they 'Some only bo secured by such process. From dices locorsuinp'lvM (r ibe oil the (O'v held daily morning prayers in their own households. Less than thirty in 100 this wax mold electrotypes tiro mado in tain, just ns tiny do e!tr for in r vein the eaino way as from a typo form. ausucrod "yes." 3h England no bear to-da- Tho mellow moonlight never fell witl more witching power over tho Alhambn than falls tho soothing sunlight this delightful Sabbath morning over tho qaict littlo homes on Hockley street Tho orango and citron tree, tipped with silver, novcr looked moro beautiful than our littlo locust treo now lcoks, tipped with gold. Tho morning-glorie- s that sweep around our doors aro all in mnto conversation with tho breezes that wander close and kiss them. We understand their smiles and nods, but, out of respect to tho morning-gloriewo no translation of them, for earth has no languogo with which wo can accurately paint the dress of tho flowers. A spray of thrco largo purplo blossoms has peeped in at us through a window that has not been closed for many days ; they speak to us in tho same sweet language that did their sisters in our childhood days, and, for a moment, returns our childhood's faith in a s, pt flower-surroundeflower-crowned, d To-da- d, -- tree-top- s. rapidly-advancin- g get-let- ii I Moss-covere- d ' HOW HE I'OOLEli THE CUSTOMS TO SEMITE FALLS IX WIXTEIt. OFEICKIIS. Yo Scmito falls aro in summer really is ono Vivior, tho famous "horn-playeono of tho least interesting Bights. of tho most renowned practical jokers in They aro 2,C3t feet abovo tho valley, and descend in threo falls first, 1,G00 Europe. His favorito objects of are customs officials, for whoso feet ; second, C34 feet ; third, COO feet. delectation ho provided two trunks a Tho first fall is tho highest in any portion of the globe yet known to man. small ono of leather and a largo one of During tho winter, however, and when Btout timber. "What does this chest contain, bit?" tho snow of that season begins to melt in tho mouutains above, the falls dis- tho victim would remark. "Nothing dutiable, bir," was tho meek charge u volumo of 400 gallons of water s reply; " my collection of per second. In tho cold season, too, largo masses of ice form each night at tho work of a lifetime." " Boot-strap- s pooh I" soys the official, tho sides of tho falls. When tho warm rays of tho morning sun begin to shino growing red in tho faco; "come, sir, the upon these quantities of ice, large moss- koys, if you please." " Boot-strapsir, I assure yon. They es detach themselves, and fall with a liko are packed with great care, and an exterrible rattle and loom that sounds amination would disarrango them serithunder, and reverberates and its peals upon tho wo.'ls of tho volley for ously." "Come, sir, no jesting." Vivior remiles around. This ico falls a distance luctantly hands over tho keys, and Unof nearly 2,000 feet, and is smashed to snch minuto particles that it leaps over official ojens tho chest, which hns a tho next fall undistinguishublo from tho spring bottom and has teen packed with bootstrajw, apparently by hydraulic water that carries it along. loil over In tho winter, too which, unfortu- pressure, aa tho boot-straliko yeast Thereiqwu tho traveler nately, is tho season when tho valley is closed to travel tho great volumo of take Heaven to witness that his word water Bhooting over tho falls creates a has been doubted and his precious colvacuum that causes the air abovo to rush lection disarranged, and frantically urges in with tho force of a tornado. In con- tho officer to repack tho trunk before the sequence, when snow is falling, it is train moves out After this oxperionco tho official usualdrawn into tho vacuum in largo quantities, and is deposited, with tho fragmen- ly lets tho traveler alone; but, if he tary ice, at tho foot of tho falls, llenco should demand the contents of tho small it forms an immense doosit of congealed leathern valise, and insists on seeing for snow and ice, 300 or 100 feet deep. himself that there is nothing dutiable, in When tho spring thaw begins, and tho it, Vivier hands him tho keys with the descending water is a degree warmer, it tragic remark: " There Open it But it is at your holbegins to wear out a funnel-shape- d low in tho ice. , After the water strikes own risk, mind." " What does it contain ?" at the bottom of this, having no outlet, "Well, since you press me rattleit makes a curved rebound, and ascends often 500 feet high into tho air, then snakes I" "How many aro there? I will take drops into tho river, nnd makes a fearful turmoil of foam and spray. When tho your word for it," says the flabbergasted sun shines upon these, and tho wind hnp-- ! official, Becking a way of escajw without pens to bo blowing propitiously, and Buffering total humiliation in tho eyes t scatters the clouds of spray in different tho bystanders. r, ven-geanboot-straps, 1 1 JAMES 11. MuCHtKUtY Klglitli Dl.lrlct, Iiemr-crace- LAXUANTKK 40Y KBTlsKMKNTK. It a Gimlldate for Com rrtolnllir . ubjecttothe wllloltl i HON. A. G. TAI.IIOTT Iia Candidate for CongrtM In thla to the action of the d . 8UUOKON DKN LANCA8TEB, KY. L. V. III'IIIUK P. Jl. F. WAXtTKll rX' X t 'X', dlittlct,'int-Jec- OfflceoTerCltlrent NalUnaJ itank. Offlra boara t from 8 to 12 A. M and mm 1 to 8 r. M. M. llllaUKI-r- . Ab. ItirNehlmiiui &Co. Mtnufactufrri and Johlera of Clo' lilne lbllill-,h- l. Iiaa nia office and Mmplr rraima In Commerjr Any titmlnrM rvminit. cial Hotel, Loulnrlllc nlcatttn South Ohio Hirer dltret to him there unAll. KIltsCllllAl'M A lO. til April 15th, I.AKCAHTKIl. KY. Will practice In Garrard and atlJnlolRR coonllea and Court ol Appeal. Cfflce In the Ilohlnaon block, 134-l- y South Hide Public eijuare. AXYTOllNJEN h UUBDIiB BUKDH.TT. AT X.A"V. ENTERPRISE Grocery. Men lucky, CONTRAOTOBS. NOTICE! 7, twit with 4'riiRlirr. ol C l'eruleat piihlle auction, onMONDiY, API.. IMt.al stacfiiiil, uy, one r'omler llorl nine lock er day Trrina per cent. Interrit I mm dole new and complete. will cnub ninety daya credit A It 1 2W.U Attorney and Ageut fjr owner II. T. II It It IS, SOMETHING NEW. GEO. D. BURDETT Totiik Pintle Ihae ltlillhnl A new ay., temot biilneM In the ninchantlle Itur. I will on, r my entire ttotk of rixI oh nnd alter the lat dy of At rll at an advance of Only 5 1IAVK Per Oent. Abovo Oost At Oarr aze. any Thl lironicthlr-- lint hn nerer leen done retail (tore and will rettalnly aatoulih eerytdy when they rail and ixamlne lur no. lit and flt-- l out my prlre. lhli It nu htimlxiit and to prura that I aiu In tarr.nt, iteatetall and eiamlne my all who will link. U per tent. In cih dated patronlc me. nniiniUr that I tell inlet-ltor each or IliKBiM market pure paid lor all kind. l country proon r. All pertou. lodebled tome will pna'rvw-- i forward at once a vil pay ofl Ihelr account, a I t red patt fatur. fully, u the fui.df, ThanVa 2II . M, IHt ir.l MV.Crali tiithard l'l-ay lt"ic-ilialftif.--t Lately been Making Extensive Additions --- To Their Wotkti-- - And now have the Brit Stock in Cer tral Kentucky.. They have Parlor and Bed Room Sots, Carpet. Cane and Penitentiary Chain, Marble Top, Lincoln Circuit Court. MAP.CII TERM. Il. TIIUIIHDaY MAIL N. Wrart u and Jtnsle In Ire matter of (Ira. 1). - CentreStanil& Extension Tables, Woven Wine. Mat- if I Wearen, bt llr, e pane Thla petltlr.i wti flltd In open Court hee- ukmi It waa uidered by th tourt that uetltw I published fur it Iratt ten day In theMui-- 1 rtK- I.Y JorNL that tlerrfe II Wearen tland Jeni.ln W- - arm bii wife bate riled Ihelr In the clerk. ofTip of ihl ( nit rrartii; tlon. the Court to empoer her to me, eijoy, tl ard contey for her lefirl' any prt leny be may own ol atqulre, fite from the tUun orilel-- t i f her hutt-arito make tintracla eand be tuid a. a tingle i man lotrxleln In- - iw-- i name, nJ to her pr )rrly by w 1 r dee-dUceol 1tkmk tresses. Folding Bed Lounges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobes and Sofas, and Everything Else ' on Kept ia a First-clas- s Furniture S torn- Niijjur I'rh-f. (mutiliHcti C3r- - A "Five," copy. AtUtt JAS. f. IIAII.KY, lk j "Hal then it is not necesv.ry to o bird-song- his-ior- y y, book-stor- e, 1712-'13- -'H -- fluke- y-hole, store-hous- o a and tho truth was that early to bttl and early to rwe mndo men nnything but healthy and wealthy and wise. The London Lancet, howeer, says that the German doctor's notions must have been evolved from his inner consciousness, Binco they had no justification in fuels. Men who work with their brains ohih- cially many of whom, if tho production of literary work can fairly Imj considered peculiarly exhausting to the brain, have always lecn notorious lieabeds should, says the Lancet, rise at G o'clock or thereabouts in the morning, eat a slico of brood or drink a cup tea, after which they may "enjoy tin priceless luxury of two or three hours of worit when the brain is clear and tin distractions of tho day's ordinary bust noss havo not bogun to assail them.' It is a mistake, however, for people win. aro weakly or over 10 years old to "tub ' immediately after rising. Tho bath should bo deferred till the tea or a gla of milk and a brief spell of work in short walk has stimulated tho power and rendered them capable of reacting readily under tho stimulus' of tho bath As both the Lancet, which recommend tho latter course, and tho eminent Get man physician, who recommends tin former, are excellent authorities, otu readers cannot do bettor than to follow tho ono to which they more naturally incline. l Thla notice forewarn' huoteri, Cthennen and tr.ni 1 lot In ltr.pat.on tnr 'and. wlibont liulitll'e, Ky , Clnelno.tl, I) . and n. aa all ti clwf are liable to te procrcuttd Ind , dealerain Meiuway A on. linker Hrt.', lathe full titent ,tf the law Il.lui.'. J. A C r lecher. Vote. A rem' HaldwIaA M.moril, Ky Match tTih. UN lslrned (u ' Cott.ie. I'nrlabt and euuair 1'l.no I'wlu: THIS "EAULY TO JllSE" UUSIXESS. tin, AW Jl MrtM Buck. aim the Kaley. honlner an-- Hamilton Organa. I). .MCMtlllCH. Not long ago a German physician II. T limb, A. CaiteLltr, In.trumenla vld at pttreaand term. In .all C lUtl.op. K Held, cbavrt. Ien'l Ite jour ori!ert till you (el greatly gratified people who liked to I Ml Hubble. II. I olb. price. iud term lllcglDt Kelly, 1. Khtltt, lato in tho morning by assuring II. W C McCotKici, t.oter. M l lylle, them that, physiologically considered, (I. I.. Carlt i J W Wta hntad, T. J lllll; thero is every reason to lwlievo that far-l- y C. Vaniy, Win IWiriuii. J r Mupby, rising is a total mistake, bad alike fur J. A. Hani'. I'. W. Carter, J. M. Hill. J. II NcAlltltr, Carter, the body and tho mind. Benjamin T. J J. Jvnea, maxims in regard to tho sub-jec- t T. M. White, Franklin's J. Q yonlgeraerr. . II. I!. Marcum, Mr.. J.J. .MoWH Sevcn'First-Olas- s were held to be entirely misleading, lyr) Ii , i 1 amino tho p.ickage. Rattlesnakes, whei imtortcd in quantities of less than six are free." POSTED! h.U I- 3FL. iralIM- "XTCvtoira 1. II. ISnlriuiii tVCo., r- -I r 'IM-tm- a) Fire, Lightning & Tornado I.VNUH.lCK! rttr. 1 (: Companies , V.U.V.UiXK LOWEST BATES) U.'-f- Stanford Town Lots for Sale. city f Slatilord More than balf 'I itatu ale wlihlea tint d ol a inlle il the uit ltouie and a f a mile of mimihr of i hi m w ii bin lao-ibC J. 31. I' Itll. I Apt.,, HI talari Ioftrforaale prltately naMiiable trim. 7HM. J.O'J.N la He t.ry ib Ol.' tnl at k.w ptlet. and l I'll'l Pmm. li n he- 1 OPERA HOUSE, -, eTAMIIIID. - KY - M'liw suS4m '.0 In 4.) lot 1 hey will te iold to none but htie perm hi. A map of tbtfcitau te ntn my erhce. 1 he toll la rli h at any in Kentucky. Mt of the l.n I Lp level at tunutre no grading anil Ike teiy Utt well waltr can be had at mlrth uf flow that ii ntel'lemly tlinalid lur retnl oSeie I bate tnir tale tn e".tiNril. m? prlio al d ttiiu.aie tuih aa to lee I' tn tle pair ol ai) li.ilu.tilou. lu.n to mure one of. Hum lur a 1 be j all in M upon mw.iirri, which lutelutt betti I'irned, the tuoedi.t and lej In Mastoid - tint ( point. 1 ly ai d Juntllok il cud In tii, inelltiitly ktaxd yntiit Htlttta or bate ih t r- -' W. P. WALTON, Site of Mae,'2r.iM. Kcaxuiahle M abore. Proprietor. at Kilt are He very be.t and rmI hl,t rosn'ete ei el Aet-er- y laparliy. Including itllery, aniv. rate, la uood atlrtetlona. AdrtrtM Stanford Female College. STAXFUI. KY. ' u: ii.. itMfttii'i'l, it. With a Full Corps or Teachers, i i.i. r Ky Thli Inilltullon wIoen Ha Thirteenth on the 3d Monday In fepteu.ber ALLTHK HHANCIIKK OF A nam: or- - re.voo h-i- LAND, STOCK, &G. The htlr tflhe late W. M Fair will nil at lic auritoniothe highlit Ikdtr, on pub- THOROUGH ENGLISHCOUBSE Are taught, at wellaa ' Thursday, Containing April 10th, 1884, A ' Hit Krm near Ml tatrni, on the MtdiHthurg Turnoittllle pik , MUSIC, THE LANOUAtlEB, DIIAW-IN- O AND PAINTINO, About 405 Acras of Land, In up firtt In lour lota. Lot No I coolalna Atrta, SO Acre. In a hrai, Ih In torn la at about ISO yiar nothing on It. lot No. Acrii. all In K'a., Iticludir-- daellli g ol n tut two pud larua and all nonni) oull ulMlnr., Lot No il coLtalnt Uul IVt'Actf, all in '" lie put about HO K TERMS MODERATE. Ia Tuition, prltt range from tV to .Vl reKUlar Heparln.ent.. IVlmary. f tfi: 3U, I'repatatnjy, o. ar.d tolleulate, 150, Id tk o A policeman is tho only person whr can boat hia club while on duty. EXTE.t OIIIUXA UY SVICIUE. Mnj. Raffollo Piccoli, rt olimteer " of .1 a thoustinu, anil ono of tho horoes of reGarihalili's Sicilinn expedition, lioa cently laid lianda on Iuh life in a wholly unprecedented manner at Catnnznco, whero ho luul been for somo years oust residing with his wife and ilvo children. Tho Piccoli family had long nuflorcd g poverty, it entiro incomo of 800 lire about jC12 granted to tho Major by tho Italian Government in recognition of hia splendid services in ox-trecon-bistin- PJIO-CESS- cat-gu- t, book-publishin- g lot He on the we.l tide of the pUe And then all the land Ijlnir on ihe tatl title ol the pike will up If urilnr. and Ihe bid real tlnz the meet accepted. A'ao4t)Oor ano tcn-money will ill 1 lliitK'ttil I.miiiIk to le told In paicela 'Ihe land will I aold l r '.ceth, In W ninnlha sod the balance In 'J iear, wild uiterttt rn the twnlait pa meiita and a ll'n rel.lotd lhlt It one rflbeltat Stctk harms In Lincoln countj live well, t well watered, rcntmleiit to liiuUr Kind raiiromlt, tniirdua Ac tlreti innutdiate y At I lie tnniB I lino c will .rll all ,De peticiimi prnptrty, ot.lailtiii ol Hi heal if" fieiiinKtntiie. bateit lid on euro fur a uioiith31 long yearllPKt, )oke of Oxen 2 mt k Cow., 2 HOIK., a lat tliya, I noil ne, auiui W) lirc:t of Corn, fl ttitkaof Hay, ialr of falrltatikiNuli t. 1 Hay Hake and all Ihe Farming- - Implriiienla all the limiteholdanri Kitchen hurnltuie, alKiut 1.200 fret ofteaionnl I.umter, 'j tharta In the Mbldle-bur- j; A Turrcrt vllle Turnpike Ito-of itut, Ac. The eiKinil prH-rlwill x told ou airidlt of 6 iiionllit, with Inieretl on oil Mini over JlOj that amount and under, ni'li. An to tan rain any lnrniiallon ilttlrid In the Lai d by callluc on or addrte.il g .. u H. Kinney, XlcKlnmy, hy.. or (J. 23(1. Id) lair, Mlddlebiirg, Ky a Lot No I lontairi t 73 Acie. in tnu ..itcl Jllia.. a. for full reticular., V, IKI'ttanfnrd, Lincoln ltt.l(7. Prlnrlpr.). Co., a to Hoard, Ac.addreM ', Ey. ', DANVILLE rot-i- PLANING MILL COMPANY Manufacturer of - 1 ' 1 d, I Doors, NiinIi, IIIIikIh, Mi ml oh 1 t. Hock-eror- ti itntl Door FniiucM, Mold. iHRt, Scroll Saw photo-electrotype- s s, proof-reade- r. o con-ilud- o jio-T?!e- . 18C0. It appears that this unfortunate WorK,Turn. warrior aud patriot, weary of tho hollThe combined Slalllon, Aldullali (ilencoe, will oas struggle against tho direst want, hiK I.iUhe WorU, make the prctetit en.vn determined to put an end to his troubles at lur liable, 24 mllea from llii.tontlllo en the Flooring, .'c'lllnj;,M't,atfe- by suicide. Having carefully sharpened Huttnutllle and Lllcrly lurnpUe lttad, it himself up ono day a largo nail, ho shut in his bedroom and proceeded to carry I.uiiilrr WIO ToINMUti: vrbonrdliic, out his desperate resolve. Ho wrapped A COLT. -- And other up a heavy btono in rags, so that his Money due when the inaro prncea lo be In foal or la Irailcd. Wllhcnly twoirontha' linndlliii; he children in the adjoining chamber might onnirack 10 atcitdn tlow.and flr.llare I'ope, ono of not hear tho noiso of hammering, and, allow r 2 nKate any timeMrhedriver?, xnya lie coulil wanted to, IN Ian setting tho point of tho nail against hit No. taddle hnrae and an extm breeder, hit colta iiemKratuially ftallfj andofntio alio and ityle. ny Jo p.lnio; Alao Pe alert Id tcmplo, drove it in up to tho head with- lie waa tirert Al..lnll,l. t. he by M. Klmo, ho by AI, Yamlur'a, OI'UIIIMH, ke'a Hainbleton ..n..v.. out uttering u single cry or groan. When inj jo Minos iliim by ,T ,JPI. ofi JIfenKer, by Mtmbrl t, i... t dam his wife entered tho bedroom somo time M.mlrlno raininer; tileccoe, i. Willi Foreigner, he by Imp. D'i liam mi ii. Lcrokee, Irts dni y Imp. (Ilencoe. sho fevnd Piccoli a corpse, afterward i MaillKiifadaiiibyOhi Woodpecker, 2d dam by a stretched out upon the Door, with tmlillo unknown! 3d dam waa ehcad anil I!iij.irfl mqr. ti, ... .ii'iwii .. iuh tho picture of tho Virgin on his breast ouKhbrtd, I will also itend my floe Jack, Call on tu or wtlte for pritca Wb kwp a uu and tho fatal Btono tightly grasped in ttock nnd will do our bott to plee you in jirti &nd quality ol iratcrlal. his right hand. Great publio sympathy awakened in Italy by tho mol On miuo terms fur roam; will (tree .Immtt ou has been prlratH lorun Jlc ia ISW hernia high, blown UASVILI.E M'LAXIXa .IXILZ. XI ancholy fata of this gallant Ganbaldiun. willi lutmy note nd lur alxv, at)l un action ttrlctlv IihiiI iu liat, ami hat irnten hlimelt u iZcc,anyc. gool brtidtr. (23C) IU S. VOWIU.I., Uaovllle, AEDALLAH GLENCOE. Iirtcd 1 Building Material -- o- - 1 JFarmiiig Jjiiiiilicrl horte-pedl- une bob Mcelroy, I i Ky. O Semi 'WetUii antrfuif jurafnal VOLUME X.-- N UMBER 510. STANFORD, K FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 238 UNUSUAL ATTRACTIONS j&JT!' c3K5'5'"-- x J. W. HAYDEN Wi 500 WORTH Oftbnovtwt atjlee aud cult. OF CLOTHING Come and see and try. ment of JIT in fact w can furnish a full outfit for tho moat fastidious. We guarantee a fit to tho slimmeat, tbo thickest, the ibortwt and longot. Also Hate, Sbccg, Ac Mj aassort- - FOREIGN a DOMESTIC DRY GOODS Covers the Entire Range of Leading Staples i usriErw French Cashmeres in .A-isroiiE- S & Comprising all of the Newest Ideas in Fabrics and Combination in Colors. all colors, Silks in high A very suocossful ! isrovELTiBsi all colors. Cut Cashmeres, White Goods in all the New Novelties, India Linens, Persian Lawns. Swiss Plaids, Quilts, Crashss, Tow3l3 Ticlcinn ' Muslin, Underwear for Ladies and Gentlemen, Nottingham, Lace Sets Pillow Shams, New Spring Shawls, NOTION, II AMHIKIICIIIEF.N IX ALL NTYLES, LADIES' ItTJIUEIt CIUCIIUIIS, KICK HACK, PINS, BUTTONS, HOSIERY, SILK LILE AND COTTON. thvk r.tccnrit mattko. Dr. Martin, of Boston, wu tlio first American physician who, in view of ,tho dangnr nttonding tho uo o! vaccina vinu taken froin tho human body, experimented successfully tiixin n roturn to Dr. Jonnor's original method of using Uio Iwvino virus. Dr. Foster, of Now uoir irern mscorr.ntui ouvklei: It wm anticipated that tho President- nors. Somo people imagino that tho world was mado for men. All n miatako ; it was simply intended for boys to amuse themselves in. Who enjoys lifo except tlio boy, if wo except an occasional girl or two? Nobody. Grown-ufolks try to think thoy do, and somo really im agino thoy do, but they ore mistaken. Men work themselves up into a fever of oxcitcmont over an election. Thoy s bold and got up torchlight processions of great longth mid noisy roar, but do thoy got any fun out of it ? Not a bit. It is tho boys on tlio outside who do Uiat. Thoy aro tlio ones who build tho bonfires on street corners, and thoy do n largo share of tlio hurrahing. Men in n procession movo ulong as solemnly as tliough they wero going to their own funeral, if such n thing wore possible, but tho boy who observes them from tho curb-stonor who trots along closo to tho Drum Major, is all animation nnd joy. Ho takes it nil iu, and m tho freshest 0110 iu tho party whon tho tramp is completed, no matter how long ho is in passing n multitude of given iwints. No ono gets such keen enjoyment out of a play as tho gallery god. And nil circuses iu tho country aro gotten np with an eyo singlo to his special nmusenient. If wo could bo n girl ngnin wo would prefer to be a bay. JIuJfalo Express. p mass-moctingwell-know- rovTixrvh AamcxrLTvnAisT. amateur farmer has got in his crops at Westfield, Mass. Ula namo ia Thomas Wobster Hayes ; bis ago ia 5 years. Early in tho season tho ground was mado ready, the cabbage wero sot nnd tho corn and potatoes planted by Ids grandfather. Every momiug, since thoy wero largo enough, this little fellow bos given thorn a thorough booing, and it is surprising what constant stirring o' tho soil will do. Somo of his cabbages will weigh nt least twenty pounds; ono of Ids potatoes weighed nineteen ouiicob, and his corn is very much larger and better than his grandfather's, which was planted at tho same time. Uo offers to plant for tho old gentleman noxt season. AK OLD SIGHT JIK.V9HELKD. All old monkey, desiguing to tench his so,lfl tho advantage of unity, brought them a number of sticks, and desired thm to seo how easily thoy miijht bo broken, ono nt n time. So each young monkey took a stick nnd broko it. " Now," said tho father, " I'll toachyou a lesson." And be began to gather tho sticks into a bundle. But the young monkeys, thinking ho was about to boat thorn, set upon him all togother, and disr, abled him. " There," said tho nged "behold tho advantage of unity If you had assailed mo one nt n time I would have killed ovory mother's bou of . i" suf-.'ere1 M ial campaign of 1810 would bo a very Mrnrm one. Tho Whig committee of tills State was very nnxious to establish a campaigu pnior, something now in tboio days. Tho Chairman asked mo to liud an editor for tho proposed paper. I bad York, mid in 1867 Dr. Bobbins, of 1hoii struck with some articles in n week-l- y paper, published iu this city, called Brooklyn, followed Dr. MartiuTi exThe New Yorker, favoring protection to ample, and Dr. Bobbins, with Lia awo-datDr. Luwia, ia now engaged in tho American industry. Mr. Greeley was tho production on a Largo scale of virus de- publisher of tho paper. I came to New rived from Bonugenoy stock, ukwi which York and wont to thooflloo of tho pujwr. thoy linvo " Ingrafted " tho celebrated ' Ono of tho first persona that I met was n Vinoonnen stock, to procure which Dr. comjxwitor stnndiug at his case, aud Bobbins modu u ipochl visit to Franco. when I asked for Mr. Greeley ho said he It In worthy of noto, however, Hint tho was tho man. I asked for tho uuthor of original ntock is just us potent iw over, tho articles in question aud was told by tliough itn jKiwor varies according to Mr. Greeley that ho wrote them. Tho tlio constitution of tho animal from Chairman of tho State Committee was which it has boon obtained Tho mo- with me, and tho question of 11 campaign duli opomndi is to soled tho IrvU calves pajn'r was ut onco broached Mr. Greeheifers lk'ing preferred at nil iigo ley agreed to come up to Albany once a varying from n few days to a your or week nnd do vote two days in each week oven more, but tho younger tho better, to editing tho paper. Tlio remainder of tho nninmls being tlio most easily ' tlio time ho needed for his own news-paje- r. I will say here that Mr. Greeley handled. If tho subject is a small omit in thrown upon its Hide upon a table, could do more intellectual labor than any man I ever saw. lie 1. came acand, its foro feet nnd bend being its hind leg nro stretched npnit quainted with Mr. Seward during the nnd spots upon tlu belly bU oroight campaign. Tho work which Mr. Greeinches wide nro shaved, mid if necessary ley did nt that time was appreciated by the opidorails or skin in thinned down. nil of us. And so gradually sprang up Aftor this vaccination, a in tho ordi- tho political firm of Seward, Weed aud nary mannor, is proceeded with, tho an- Greeley. Thero was much in Mr. Green Thp sawdust swmaio nav-in- g imal being retained in the one position ley's disposition to endear him to idl boon stopped so far as tho mails and with whom ho eamo in close contact. I for nix or seven days, when tho matter is ready for removal either into tubes or never know n man capable of doing more express companies nro concerned, sov-erof tbo bolder operators hnvo mado quill, mid must bo as clear as water or than ho. Thurlow Weed. successful porsonnl tours in tho Southelso rejected. Calves of tbo Jersey west. Professing to bo a buyer of t. breed aro preferred. Drs. Bobbins and A UlSlir.SVKOTFUL Gilhooly camo very near being as produce or stock, tho swindler conducts Lewis lmyo sont tho vaecino to France, tho business in tho ordinary fashion up to Egypt, to China, Jupan, tind nil parts saulted yesterday by n brutal street-ca- r to tho point when tho stuff ia ready for Com-pandriver. Tho Galveston Street-Oa- r of North and South America. Tho probably to savo tho wenr and shipment. Then the amount ngrced on greatest caro is taken to provide that tear of tho rails, has stuck up a notice : is counted out in good mouoy. Picking tho calf which is to bo vaccinated shall up ono of tlio bills, ho says : " Oh, bo in tho best possiblo health. It is "Drivers must not stop on curves." Yesterday Gilhooly halted nu East tlyit's a counterfeit I Lot mo givo you said that after a day or two tho calves Tho former examines tho lo not appear nt all inconvenienced by Broadway car. Tho driver put on tho another." brakes nnd stopped tlio car. Gilhooly noto, nnd, of conrso, can find no differ their confluomont, but munch their food ence between it nnd tho othors. A with zest, nnd, in fact, get fat. During wont up to him nnd said : don't caro to rido just now, but I conversation on tho subject ensues. tho summer nninmls which nro " under Tlio swindler confidentially confesses process " nro kept in tho country, it g want to ask you a question." "What do you want?" asked tho dri- Hint ho has n box full of tho wondcrfid found that they thrivo better thnn counterfeits, nnd finally offers, with ver with very improper impatience. in town. Thero aro many persons who boo you nro 'forbidden to stop on scorning reluctance, to pay his indebtednow " manufacture" vaecino virus, whilo ness with them, gWng 810 for $1. His nnumbor of health bonrds hnvo gono in- curves. Now, I want to know how it is only proviso is that tho box slinll not bo to tho business on their own account, about bondora. You aro not nllowod to until after his departure with tho result having boon ovorywboro most stop on curves, but docs tho company opened tho produce, and then nothing but sawpermit you to go on a bender?" satisfactory. New York World, Tho rago of tho driver exceeded that dust is found. Tho farmer usually keeps of n dofeatcd candidate, nnd ho used silence for tbo sako of his own roputn-lioIt may settle some uncertainty afloat hi some very unparliamentary language the public mind to a 17 that Samuel J. Til-de- n Why is it tho stroot-ca- r company doea ia the ion of Klaia TilJen, and waa Genewl Gordon says that a chterful not employ polished gontlemen as driman of the world la mote acceptable in born at New Lebanon, Columbia county, vers ? Oalvealon News, Gcd's sight than a gloomy Christian. N. Y., February 0, 1811. e, ' I ' ul ciit-Diiinsi- :T R, WALTON, 3 GROCER, E COR. MAIN A nutate lottcr written by William O. Tuggle, of Lngrnugo, Go., now in Wnshingtou, to n friend in Lagrange, anys that an oxnminntion of Senator Ben Hill's tonguo, recently mado, develops tho fact that it will havo- - to bo operated upon ngnin with surgical instru-monTho popular impression in Atlanta is that Mr, Hill will not recover from tho effects of tho cancer on his U. tongue. 1 Tnn following is from a Washington letter: "Tho Mormon church has for yoara kept an accurato record in dotail of tho private lifo especially nt Washington of overy Senator and Ileprosont-atiy- e, and it is this record, I am sorry to eay, which has given tho Mormons such tremondous and fatal power at Washington for a quarter of a century." Whon Undo Sam takes tho Mormons by tho Bcruff of tho neck thoy will undorstand Congressmen are not that black-sheeiwuiiur tho country. p & SOMERSET STS., "I bo-in- "I n. Carter's Little Liver Pill are free from all crude i1 Irritable matter, Concen trated medicine only; rery verr easy to take; no pain; no eripinp; no purg. m; imr. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. J Swtt-fflttMkl- B Intt riorloumal W. P. WALTON. The trial of Bill Jonea who shot at Jr , and F. L. Thompson have been absent The Anchnrsie Aarlnm Investigating In thecities buying their supplies of spring Commintee has at t made a report. It Guitem I set fir Apl. 2S. will require $50,000,000 to pay the goods. Capt. Wm.H.8pradlin, ol the C. considering It is couched in very mild terras la-- )9taAfbrd, Ky., affairs, but goes so fsr April 4, 1884 the true stale tfif be did not know of to say that even ducking that prevailed there and that the and North Georgia Monday night, killing General Assembly should take immediate many people and destroying a great amount war'n all over appirently at Cincin. action in the matter. Nothing short of of property. The The cyclone that pased through Henttiti and the remit of the three daya of an impeachment will satisfy the feelings of is thus graphically an outraged people, whose sensibilities ry and Blackford counties, Ind., Mondny destruction and terror twenty-fivhave been awakened by a recital of tbe hor afternoon destroyed about .NBiutd up by the Commercial Gaxttc: ATand killed six persons. Firat, we have saved our jiilful of mui-- d rible crualties inflicted on tbe unfortunate houses The suit of John W. Coppage va. the extra. We have killed 48 Innocent wen, persons committed to his care. Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company, and maimed 145 more, all to and wounded The Fourth Ohio Kegiment is not one tried at Lebanon, for the killing of John ave our jailful of murderers. We hava that can be depended on to quell a riot. Q. Coppage, resulted in a verdict for plainwith the horned our fine Court-housDruggists and Booksellers, When ordered to charge the mob at CinreconUof three quarters of a century, cre- cinnati, they not only d id not do so but broke tiff for $2 250; DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTT. ating confurion which a whole genera- ranks and struck in a trot for their homes 01M3KCA tion will not suffice to settle, but what is and they do say some of them are still runNick Roberta' Humply Dumpty troupe or murder-- t tkat by the side, of a jailful r. . ning. If ever caught, tbey will be trjed for played here Tuesday night to a large saved from the popular excitement? refusal to obey orders and cowardice of tbe hoine. Erery one present speaks of the "We have coverled a justly pipular impulse sort. performance as n good one belorc meanest gainst the ptostratlon of the law Mr. Joseph William Caldwell, of Gar-rarLEGISLATIVE DOINGS. crime, into a war between an unorganized county, came to town this week for people, incenied to acta of blind vengeance The bill to establish a Board of State the express purpose of subscribing to the HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTT. against the authorities who kpled them to Commissioners of Public Charities was vo which, he says, ia the protect the murderer. We have planted ted down by the House, ai it should haye Interior Jodrnai Died, on Tuerdty night, Jamea White best psper in Kentucky an opinion in in the people's minds a caue nf innocent been. on the which he i ioined by many of his fellow head, keeper of the 2od blood crying from the ground but we The House spent the whole of Wed- citizens. Bradfordvill road. have saved our Jailful of murderer. We nesday in discussing the Capital removal Mr. Chris Oertung, who rendered such Warned by the timely admonition of made a fortress around the ruins of our bill and was no nearer a conclusion then valuable service to the cause of Hancock the I.NTcmoit Jocicut. no one was guilty and we. gathered there the fine Court-bousand Eoglish during the last presidential of even tryinir to sell his neighbor on the than at first. military power of the Stato to tare from an The Home, glad of the chance for a campaign, is agin in town and as this ia a festive "first." enraged people our Jailful of murderers. Sheriff" Menefee succeeded in arresting holiday, adjourned Tuesday after passing picidenlial year, Cbris proposes to remain In that supreme charge, our citizen sol resolutions of regret over the death of und lift his elcnuent voice in the cause of Dave Godley at Ml. Salem a few dtys dters, compelled to obey military orders Judge Payne. the democratic nominees, whoever they since. It required the grit, for which Geo. without exercise of discipline, and The Senate passed a bill amending may be. Carpenter gives him credit, to carry out individual judgment, have fired iuV all, the General Statutes, fixing toll rites on Hon. M. J. Durham has formally ar . the programme. tbat dared to approach the sicred preThe balmy breezes of Tuesday lured a and trycicles and traction engines nounced his candidacy for the deni'Ctx cincts of our jailful of murderers. We for travel en turnpike roads. nomination for Congress to succeed Hon. host of amateurs to the gardens, but the lave loot all but onr jtilful of murderers, In the Senate Jlallam's resolution to P. II. Thompson. Judge Durham repre- baleful breath of Wednesday blew out not having saved even our honor. The adjourn April 25 and meet again Decern sented hi district in the 43rd, 44th, and their zeal fir tbe horticultural and remandreign of law and order ia restored in ber 31 next was adopted, with an amend- 45th Congresses and was recognizjd as a ed them shivering and sad to the coal bin. tbat law and order which make He and Trie V. S detectives are still busy in ment that the extra teerion shall not ex- leading and useful member. DIJAU.K w nurder the safest trade, and which has ceed sixty days. McCreary, ore of his competitors a:e our rrgioa. They made three or four arKorMo Nlioos NtulilloH, Hnrriivnrc, Monday. fJroorrlPK, xnde impotent the administration of law rests, on charges of counterfeiting and illicAn Inspector of Mines is the latest to speak at Taylorville, next NnilH, against crimes of atrocitT. We have vinIron, P. S. Hay, of Boyle county, on Wed- it dixilliug, on Saturday, but the full ttioviiHirars IlttKKy IV III pre, eflort of the Legislature to create a new his H"krKJ' WIiucIh, Move-H- , dicated all the practical forms and rules office. Chuo 31111m, It provides that the Governor nesday made an assignment of property names of the parties taken cannot Le obSpoken, GralCH, aad tisps and tricks which make the trial khall appoint an Inspector for four years to hi son Jimes S. Roy, of Louisville, for tained here. Chirr H 111m, I.up Cover, ItiirtK, Ntoncwnrc, of a murderer a farce, and degrade the juThe propertycon-list- s Corn Miction, Collar, This is the time for tbe tax assessor to at $1,800 per annum who must have a the benefit of creditors. county kindly interpose diciary to the sole end of saving known and practical knowledge cf chemistry, geology of 220 seres of land in and assist the weary merOliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinloy Combined Plowi, Woodon and proved murderers from conviction, and of Milchelsbnrg chant in taking an account ol stock. He and mineralogy and the different systems lying tn tbe Perryville and Cast Pompi, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elsvator. Tin Roofpromoting the trade of tbo criminal lawworthy gen- is here accordingly trying to convince the turnpike. Mr. Ray i. a very of working and ventilating coal mines. ing; and Ga.toring will hare prompt attention. yer. We have shown to the world in genand his friends trust he may come dealers that the aggregate of their respect tleman NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. eral, and to the criminal class in particular, out of his businasa embarassments with but ive supplies is highly respectable. "eKMII, Nntrmtnm i tbat at any racrifice of life and tf public Dullness pervades every kind of busiThe reduction of the public debt for little loss. property, and by an appeal to the last Third and 4th struts in Djnville are ness at present: A few farmers are ready March is $14 238.324. of the State for the protection of the parallel streets and both run into Main and to plant corn but are prevented by tbe unJudge W. M. Keckner declines a republic aafelv the military arm we will appointment aa Railroad Commissioner. But Phil Marks wants to favorable condition of tbe soil. There U Lexington. save our jailful of murderers. Allnutt, exrepresenla-tiv- e know, you know, why it is that there are no reason for discouragement however as a Hon Erans D. betwen Main favorable season on and after tbe 10th will of Louisville, has been adjudged a lu- ten gas posts on Third street The Mississippi Legislature has p&md a and Lexington and only three on Fourth produce grand results. law making it a misdemeanot fjr any legis- natic and ordered to the asylum, Tbe conMiis Cora Sandidge has gone on a visit J. F. Ransdall, postmaster at New- between Main and Lexington. a chromo lative, executive, judicial or ministerial is a withering one and undrum n castle, Ky.. U short $800. His aged to friends at Harrodsburg, thence lo cScer in that State or for any person AND will be will pay the money. Ransdall known as "The Deacon' Prayer" Miss Alice Burgin, of the coloffice or place of henor, profit cr er-in-law IJ'izx-iiitiii-- e given to the first lon trustee who solvesit. lege faculty, hat been in Mercer somo dsys ! , . trust under the laws of that S.ate, to travel has fled.. Mrs. Morris, widow cf the Ute Bishop with her fttber whose health is very feeble. Nichols, of Georgia, Contrrsrmsn apoe any railroad in that State without Cincinnati, ia giving a series of Mr. and Mrs Robinson returned to A Full urn! t'omplclu iixorliiiMit of" Furniture, cnibrHciiig ov I'Tl"r paying absolutely and without any guise, moved that Sherman's Danville Investi- Morns, of bible reading- - at the Broadway M. E couniy on Tuesday. Mimes and I'rjtlilni; from the Clifiipt'Ht to the Uneut Parlor .Sultcst. Ao IricJC, subterfugeX)r evasion whatsoever, the gation Committee be instructed to investichurch, of which Ifcv. E. B Hill is pastor Kittle Knit, of S'a'ifurd, are visiting at iutiI to ko to the Iiirj; iilli'M to tuitUc your purcliiuii'M, no same fare required cf passenger! generally, gate the Cincinnati riots uiHttcr Berner, the Cincinnati murderer, has Thoe who have heaid the lady speak ol John Rout's. it liat (ittuulity or eiimllly yon mint, na I mid Mill elupllmto under a penalty for lie first offense of a and instructive speaker Brn, to Mrs. Kidd, on Sunday night, any price )on cttu obtain New lie re, frelKliI being adelcel. AIko fine of not lets than $25; for the resond by been put to work at moulding in tbe her as in eloquent and one calcula'eJ to do much good in the a son. Mr. Kidd his been a citizui lure n full asMortinent ol Collins, Caon, Nliromln and ItolivN, vinlirMC-liif;n- ll a fine of not less than $100, or by imprison-xnrnti- Ohio penitentiary, which ia considered cause in which she is engaged. She will but a short time; he seems, however, to the county jail not lees than ten the hardest work in the institution. the Xou SijIcm, both clitMip ami expensive. Uuro rooniN A young despersdo named Gibcn probably remain iu Danville a week or ten have caught very readily tho key note of opposite St. Ahiiph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. dajs, or by both such fine and imprisonD. Walsh, of Covington, a Hustoutille society. On Tuesday to Mrs. ment, and for the third offence, by a floe of walked up to a man named McCoy, at days Rev J. Ky., and shot him dead; former pastor of the church, arrived on John Burton, a son. I am informed the not less than 3500 and by imprisonment in Hopkinsville, preached to his old con- infant bears the euphonious appellation of tbe county jail cot Jes than thirty days. there was na provocation whatever. A Wednesday and gregation Wednesday night. Andrew Jackson Calhoun Webiter Cowan Oar Jjegitlatuie should follow suit and mob is after him. Wakefield, Farris A Co. sold Thuriday Burton. If he can carry this be needn't Jas. May, a hone jockey from Garrard adopt such a law but "we Let yer a dollar county, wai brought to NicholRsville un- morning to CrO.sen, of Philadelphia, one fear the measles. tley don't." der arrest and placed in j ail, charged with black gelding, 1G hand high, for $250; Win, M Carpenter, a former Lincoln The worst result of the Cincinnati riot Btealing a horse from Tho. Peel, of that same firm (old duiing the week 3 PHARMACISTS county boy, for several years as station lalhattbe shysters who brought on the county, about six week ago mules to W. Stroyer, of this gent Mackinaw at City, on the G. R A I na.it.iLKj is- Ule of affairs, which resulted in an outThe Governor has appointed Judyc county, at prices averaging $1C0 each. R. R, has recently gainsd a joeilion on 19 break, will be the principal beneficiaries by Books, -- y ' Di IItvn as special Judge in the case of Bruce & Harlan bought on Wednesday of same road as travelling passenger and OUICf the loss of record 4 and other public papers the Commonwealth against J B Lelchtr, Mr Nunntlley cf Hustonville, a bay geld the re-- Vir? V " HATCH Articlo.s. " freight agent. Tho paper in which the 7 .Vi J V A shyster VBfc. burned with the Court-boustfi'W H and b special term will be held the first ing, 17 hand rii(.h, 7 years old, for $200. notice appears congratulate "Mike" warmtttanltlj rhrrtln' preeilpUo Alto ia never so much at home ni when tamperiBirney Cros.tn ha", during the week, pur- ly on his promotion and takes occasion to Monday in May, at Nicholasville. ng; with tiths and he can roll in ease n w At l'xinjton, Ky., a colored congrega chased 12 go d horses, mostly Irom parlies for many a day to come. It is truly a pity tion was enjoined from building a church in this couutv. When be finds four more spek in moitt complimentary terms of his Ella efficiency as a rsilroid official. Mis a.a-aaf- w ii the mob didn't hang half of them. The by nefgbborinc -- rodeny ladders. Tbey to mithim, lie will then Lave a cir-loaI'eyton i rraployrd a asiaan( to hei Lurgi'St MorU of Wnthr, & Bar Association in no other place than them to his (tables in Piula-dtlphigsv) bond, obtained a restraining order and and will ship siter, M'ta E'igenis, in her school. I IWStl'IHIi; IV i'IIHIIHIH Cincinnati, would permit such men as do '1 he prices avaraged about $275 wdl build. An interfiling trial will re hCRAIM. OK.m. "j" M thtL ,- practice law. . brought In ttil rairtel. lrl.Eeer to suit. per horse. The conundrum offered in Ohio i. Witclits, t lfVs ihI Jewelry ' thf Frank Elliott, colored, assaulted a Wfl en iborl ualiifAiid VtirriuuO Mr. Charles Slack, of Elizibethtown, Who will hereafter b willinr to serve on Jo ijn D. White is furninU Arthur be- young lady in York county N. C, Tues wsb here ou a businesi trip on Wednesday. a Cincinnati j'irj? cause he belongs to the corrupt Whisky day morn'rg. Tuesday evening he was Mr. James Kinnaird has returned from King and calls on the republicans if the Burner is probably a pret scoundrel, A Wells county, Colorado, where he has the sheriff and lynched. proclamation to taken from State in a Whei but he baa some good instincts. on his body said, 'Our daughteis we been for about six weeks, looking after his repudiate him. They will hardly do it, cird asked what trade he would like to learn in protect." cattle interests. He reports the past winter however. All the office holders, wbi 83 tenwould The pts'cflice receipts show up well aa having been n very easy one en stock, the lenitentiary he leplied thit ho ure ia depetidtnt upon the President are fur notwithstanding the reductions nf postage, like to become a printer. him aa a matter of course, and tiny usual- A decrease of $300,000 In over $10,000,000 the loss frcm cold weatLer, &c, having Kentucky has always been taunted by He saya a been only about two fer cent ly manipulate republican conventions in Northern sister as a her is doing in sales ol stamps for the quarter person living here is likely to have n poor this State, and bloody-minde- d Sttte. Toe who'e well, considering the short time since the fdenof the extent ot the stock busineea in THE history of our commonwealth aggregated I5v keeping up the removal of the Capireduction. the West, the immense ranches where cat- and all her crime arrayed, could not furtal question, the Legislature succeeds in SevTbe collections on spirits, in the HometimtB have a range of 500 mihs, nish such a page of riot, misrule, unuiiti setting all the free lunch it can stand. enth Kentucky District during March, tle improvement of stock by the gtled criminality and inrane fiendi'hncfs Frankfort fed it ou the fit of the land lait amounted to $321 G73. One thousand bar- the comtaut of Oblangues. Hereford and week and Lexington pit the big pot in the rel were shipped to fortien ports, and from introduction as the record made by Cincinnati during other good hulls. Cattle thievea are net the closing days of March. little one for it this week. It is safe to fay five to eight thousand will be shipped dur- tolerated and an offender when caught is A Dayton man who deserted from his tlat under this state of care the question the coming month. Mr. nrRf.f swift and severe punishment. will not be settled this session. command at Cincinnati and went home, Hon. Jarnes W. Anderson committed and Mrs. Fred Lrzarus have taken rooms soon returned stating that hh wife ordered TilECommittee appointed to investigate Buicide oy thr iwing himself into a well at at the Clemens House him back to bear his part in the turbulent Keifer Fleming, Ky. He had been in bad health tho charges made by ML VERNON DEPARTMENT. scenes of the city. The papers are loud in ! for some time. He used to represent Knox against Gen. Biyntun, baa reported that their laudations of "ttiat woman's bra very." Managed by Jno. B. Fish. were no grounds for them; the same county in the Legislature and was of there John Reynolds for shooting Gentry There seems to have been a clearer exhibit assaying that the dirty old f camp has lied. course a republican. It li estimated that the whisky in- Haggard was held under a bond of $250 of prudence than bravery in her case. PerTbe downfall of Keifer has been faster arid to answer any indict- haps she was tired of him, perhaps sho had the depths he has reached lower, than usu- terests of the country will sustain a loss for his appermnce found igaiiiBt him. So an eye to a pension. J be of fully a million and a quarter of dollars ment that may ally falls to the lot of man. by reason of the defeat of the bonded ex- far he m failed to give said bond. murder case A Couivr in Ohio has decided that a tension bill. It is Hiid that over 200,000 The IlBhop-Sigm- an greenback paper is of different politics barrels will be exported, mainly to Ger- came up at London Wednesday, and owing : from a republican one. Wo consider it u many. to the alHer.ce of Col. Burdelt, who h He that is not for the MILIiWOOI) FAItM, .M.tr. IP, 1SSJ. very fine point. For tho first quarter of the year ended the Common wealnh's Attorney, and DRUGGIST, democratic party ii against it and as far as Maic'i 31, thebusinesi fjilures in the Unit- several wilncstea was pascd until Tuceday IxMivccii tlio FttrHt tV Iu a (rial on itiy farm ibeefbrta of a greenback organ U concern ed State are reported bv II. G. Dun & Co., next OlJiuiiplon SulKoy PlinvN, I iimele (he e'holeo of (he CitHttMly mill ,. . - WUiiatn renuieton was nrrteicu in rd, it ia just the same as if it were republi- to number 3 200 as agiimt 2.800 in the CHA.tll'IO.V, for (he rciiHiniH Hint It is ouHlor hnnillt'tl, lic((ci obtaining county, charged with can. ceii.H(rtiolccl, cuta a cleaner, deeper tiiul udler ftirreni mid (uriiM corresponding quarter last year. The lia- Whitley money under false pretenses from a man II lie Mill licllt-r- . liquor law hh paed by the II iie, bilities amount to $10,000,000, compared The tho K. C. Railroad. EvorythiiiK Usually . Found in a wnh $37,000,000 in the first quarter of named Withers on requires druggists who ti'O vinoiH r epirit Pirst-Clos- a Drug Storo. He was brought to this place and lodged in 1883. uous in filling prescriptiocH to piy a State The Oldham county republicans jail. Ills examining trial is eel lor to uay; license of $100, the same euiu aa is paid by adnp'ed resolutions to the efiect "thej ''Aunt" Polly Proctor has sold her Drugs, Medicines, Hooks, Stallonery, . This is pretty bard on 'clouds tbat hung like a A W'MHhlnton tlNpitrh cays: ilia The A champion twiriuni'r in Sen Frantlo, Fancy nnrt Toilet Articles, pall over tbe in- - house and lot in M'. Vernon, to Mrs. Mol- i bow and a howl and protect is going up' leHrnlng that Pnttl, "a celebrated diva," M rrison bill hII mil bt ra le.l up before m. xi. ucks, comtog of the present administration have lie E. Brown for $oW from them all over the State. Paints, Oils wbr in town ifxtied cliNllpritrn for n milch, Wednesday nr Titiwilay of next week. nil been dispelled through the guidance of rnnvti' this week lo the properly recently Toys, Confectionery, j 'hist tl r dives in five, nfl Melgi' Wharf." The solid democrallc vote will be cist in Groceries, Mahone Uvery ill at Wash an by liim from Mr. J. J. William?, Provldeuce," emlomed Ar jmrcliastd Benator favor of its reconideritVm, lint it will inglon and the dispatch sayn tils friends are thur, instructed for Col. W. O. Uradley Mr. Ox will cnfiaite in the blacksmithing i;ive HCCordlnK t tbelr prohibly bf nrnendeal The nf nil reiii trade, Garden Seeds in Bulk and Papers, Sib- and V. II. Sneed for and wagon making very anxious. A majority of the people of for elelega'e meiin, olheri jflve aco'iidiiiij to their mean- blance to the hill m it left the hands of Its Williams, M. J. Miller, Jack friends, are anxious, too ley's Garden Seeds at 2o psr papor, -- J. J. iiia'rict delegate. Judge Wu. Manly ya Virginia, nbt ness author. 233 tf tUKgeileel for elector. . 'Mxious that be will die. Adams, fir., M. W. Laogford, Jack Adams, , New-com- claims of the postmasters as readjustment it( from 1804 to 1674 A cyclone passed over North Alabama Dr. Gale is responsible for the system of e d N. A G. R. Railroad, is visiting in this vicinity, this week. Mlsa Mnggle Smith and Miss Bessie Adams, of Paint Lick, b Ky., have been visiting Mis Matlle during the past week. Sam Warna-cou- t, of Mississippi, was In town a few davs this week on business. Mrs. Mary C. Williams, relict of the late Col. Richard Williams, died at her home in this town Wednesday morning about half pit 6 o'clock. She was about 87 years of age and had been an invalid for a number of years. All tbe little children knew her as "Grandma" Williams. In the early picneer days of Virginia and Kentucky, she and others were taken prisonera by the Indians and after manv hardships and privations hv were recaptured by their fiiemls She remembered well, many incidents in the hUtorv of Kentucky, long since pau and gone. She died a christian. Almost her last words were, "Praise tho Lord." WALL PAPER, -- TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON j McROBERTS TUT " STAGG'S . MOUSE ISTaOCK, KTANFOIU, toll-gat- e n I have received and am still receiv--. ing New Goods for Spring and Summer, comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me atrial. H. C. Rupley Cin-ciaaa- ti v. Wi Hi HiGGMSi lInriiH, "' e '' " it-ret- H hold-usga- fath- WEABEft UNDERTAKER, n J3ealei' in i Penny & fli jilfett s rvvrA' d, ,;7fc, 4M Drugs, e. rJT and Fnnoy Stationery d a. hXJfeSK' WT Sl V Stf - Uit high-soundi- ANOTHER VICTORY! run cold-bloode- d la-l- T THE CHAMPION SULKY Furst P II. the Bal Tho ances and Found Wanting & Bradley Weighed in (.F. Peacock XJiKlei' K.ead What a Practical Ijincoln Parmer Says about it (o-iluy Iti-nello- TTlie Oassecly silo Plowed Got .ii HUSTONVILLE, KY. GEO. B. WKAREXir , ilgt., Stanford. B. N!AIlI.tt. aaloon-keepeis- tat ever-rulin- g at-la- 'j lmixvmw miMwiwiiiiiwimMiiiw 5cmi-Mkl- g iwfMw imumii Eq., CRAB ORCHARD. WMJU LISCOLN COUNTt, hoy t The have begun their usual e An eletlon will bo risld it the loCivil Engineer and Surveyor, Brciiiiweet potato of all klndant War Brazilian Kussell county sweet pota- spring occupation Ghlng rn or row, Hubert Beddow, of whom wa spoke a Stanford, Ky., April 4, 1884 reu A MctcallV toes for seed. Bright A Curran. HALLS (Uf, LtMOLS CO , KT. APICIL O, 1S&1, few weeks ago at being quite lor of HATCHWAY, The lnrirmt atonic of new good, in town A coNeihLiiAiii.n nurse wa raited for consumption, breithed his last on Monday For the piirpote of selecting Fire Ooiincllmen for ; at Edmlalon A 0aley'a. LOCAL NOTICES. The Acknowledged Largest Oonsolicla. the family of Mr. Straub yesterday. at 1:15, atthe residence of Samuel Hardin. ,VlrofbUDVTumIE7TtI.yor.r, tion of ureftt inhibitions on the Buy Pjlints of renny A McAliiter. Garden teed, New York need potatoca Wr. have ai odd lot of coal and veat He had many friend, who mourn his de Face of the Olobe. LiNDitrrits garden weda t McRolxrta and onion eeta atT. It, Walton'. that we will close out at about half price. parture and deeply sympathize with his & KtaKR lonely widow in her sad bereavement. Four Locomotive Loads of MagnifiIlia pring lot of Zdgler Uroa'.ahoea for EJmisto A Owsley. Landiietiib Garden Seeds at Penny A On last Saturday afternoon, as Mrs R. J.W. OUTIiniE baa no connection whatever cent Show Material! &. H.Hhanka'. " McAll.ter'i. both Mze juat received at iKyou want a suit of clothe, come and H. Bronaugh and children were driving with the 8loger Manufacturing Company, J oh. Haas Hog Cholera Cdre. Penny us. We have just received n large line through town the kine-bnl- t S. rrrretentallona to that effect, and of of Ker phrcton TilK celebrnted Pearl Shirt the beat in act A McAllater o!e age nta. It li not rtsnoca Lie. lor any of bta dotnga of new clothing in men', boya' and chil broke and let it down in the street The courie McA Ow- the market for sale bf Elmiaton Cwnr. your account with Fennjr A V. It. MOOfj, Manager, X dren'. I'M mi (on A Owsley. 238-occupants rolled oit upon the ground, but Allater by rwh or nolo Danville, Ky. NEW UNITED MONSTEIt Brand new Mock of every thine In the Mn A. II. Penny hw sold to Judge W. fortunately none were hurt. The horse, We will deliver gooda anywhere in the Jewelry line at Penny A MoAlUter'i. It. Carson a strip of land In the rear of his which i a very gentle one, trotted en for a I Hoi.tir, cattle, rtierp and poultry pow- city limits free of charge, Warron A late residence for $250 and hi atable and few step with the front wheel, but when Metcalf. der for eale ly Mcltoht r(a A Blagg. perceiving that be bad left the most of his nr IT KNOWN TO THE fUBLIC AND TO , lot to I) It Carpenter for NEwahadea of ready inlied painti for immediately stopped. Mrs. a .11 kn install the properly ana Wall paper, window hade, lace A Stagg's. spring Irade at McKolerta It Married at Mr. Thomas. Chappell'a load behindher thanks to Dr. Pettua and ol li. that InMdr OTcrsotno ysara ago tothe Increase rujr daughwindow future, fringe, Ac, at EdB. extends ter Mrs. H. II Illat , aa a dctd ol gift from me to i i thia week, Mr. John Craig IfarrU to Miia rar v.vr n iaawf 11 Brk Watch, Clock and Jewelry repaired mlaton A Qwaley'. X iier, ii nam ny nerand can not l taarn for an T r and other friends, who came to her s62,W f &i vjvVW?TLiariSa. and warranted by Penny A McAliiter. Nannie Chappell. Wm. F. Walls and Miss family inn iniii war come against nrr iiiirami, J. J lllatt Hbftcan sell tnr own itock and dltpose ,r. ( Wednjday wa n miaerably diangrea-bi- t Malindn Franrci Wall were made one assistance. Fob Pai.e, a new uprlghl,J. A C. Pitcher ( all ber rroperlr will or Uced.ac Crab Orchard is on the improve. D, now nd fortrer brI hare thia done foraha ten or day. A cold wind and rain prevailed here yesterday. piano. Apply at intekior Joiunal the bentdt of her and her children (III trr.arkl C. Payne hat made quite an improyemmt net' and at night a heavy frost fell. 2J7-'- it XAVIU Nl'IIOfiAMOltE. A new line of cashmere. Ottoman. Naw and full Mock of Fiihltu Tackle of in the look of bi business house, by putDon't fall to go to the o d Christian beiges, cam el V hair cloth, shepperd' plaid, ting in a new front, shelving, Ar; also John every variety jut received at Mcltoberta A HtiRK'K. church for bargain, when you come to Chaldie, Henrietta cloth, Batiate, Austra- Bailey has been making improvement on Fok coiigha, colda, Ac, uoe Compound town Monday. Oeo II. Bruce A Co. " lian crape, silk in plain and brocade, at his drug building, but there is room for By'rup While Pine. Put up in 25c and 50c X Edmitton A Owsley' a atalllon wilt mile the presThli trolllnz-bremuch more, which will be done on. G Trial Mm 10c. Mcltoberta A buttle. We have the Urgent line of hemp, cotent season at I tables In It JsloiTllle, Lincoln " W. James has finished the verandas lo county, Ky., inr SUM. ahown at ton, yarn and Briisoel carpet ever RELIGIOUS. hi dwelling, which adds greally lo its in thia market. Kdmistrn AOwsler. PERSONAL to IiiHtirc ii Marc with Foul, Uev. H. C. Morrhwn write from n beauty. Thtr are prepiring lo build a 910 iaV4 , fljI-TkVmV Vf1 Due when the tact la ncert lined or thn mare fart- Col. Til tw W .Miller went to RichOi'H rinshine threiil 2 fur Cs i eiual to tint hi meeting there had result- large children' and rervanta' dining-hsl- l . ed with. Waterloo In 9 years old, black, IC'X O. N.T. Try it and yon will tite no other. ed so far in 20 conversion and 15 addition mond vivlerday. at the Springs, which will bs quite an ad- nanna htgp,oi nne aiyie atu action ana aa wen bred sa ary horse In Ihe land. He ia br Klche-Mi&jkh J. W. 11a yden and K. B Lj-ti- e P. L. Powrra! Under St. Apli Hotel. to the church. dition to the hotel. Mr. Well is remod- - lieu, (who won a splendid record In manr conlfit- i Coming to he by Mambrlno are In Cincinnati bujrinjj good. Eld. W. li William ha organixed a elinphr dwelling, which whrn finished ed fields,) he by Mambrlno Chief; by Imp. Mesren- - ' Oon term arc $2 per year caah or $2 60 I'a? nuater: he br Mambrlno. be -- Mh Haiuiy It Fitch, representing church at Cmpbellville with 28 mem- will be cne of the handsomest in town get; 1st dam Helen Mar, by lUy MceDier; h by credit for tho Interior Journal Call Harnlnui: he by llambletnnlan: he by Imp. Mia- N.Sid I'liuV euhlUiiineiit, la in town. bers, who will proceed to erect a church Your corresjondent in last Tuesday' aenKr;2nddan Ited lllfd by lannon Whip; he by anin Monday and rave 50 cent by paying Dit P W Ixjoas, of Knoxville, wi un building at once iMiienf the INTERIOR JoCRNAL said all niacKuurn a br rnii, oenr3rd tram, dam other year' subscription. Herod. up ttiin wttk. Ill uiotl.er returned with ltev. II Allen Tupper removed (o thnt r necsary in regard to Ihe entain-mer- it mare lir imp. luomede. liar Merseoger'a dain wasQUtof s full blo3del MeMenger mare and by hlhi. The Kichmond Herald i now read here Louisvllln this week and Wednesday night given by the Crab Orchard Dramatic teCtAM.hAMjw.v:.lv"X'?L? Somerset, Saturday, Mua John MncALr, of Nicholas-ville- , ihe day bef re it issii. Wednesday' paper wa welcomed in the pirlor of the church A,c.cty, but we are reliably that by KoMuth, 3rd Jam the noted roan mare owned AtlT " 2th 1884- haa been vliting her filter, Mr. T. gettiug heteby the 9.15 train on Tueeday by hi oongrrgatian and other to the city. he must have drawn upon hi imagination by Joe Helm, alterwarda by N.T Lee 237 G.Jt.OlVKXI. M. l.ill.rd. thl week. Beginning with next Sunday afternoon in his dercription of the last scene in re one good thing the new night. That A Dit P P. Tiiveiiraiit, of Sterling schedule bring u. Kev. I. S. McElroy will preach a seriea of gard to Ihe act of "Squire Watson," as he, ! Kai mi, arrived Wednday to ee hit pick sermons on the first Sunday of each month like the gallant knight he is, had but a ALL of the ladie ahoiild get one of Dr THE znVITH OF ZOOLO JK AL AND AKEN mother, who ha considerably improved. leComplelenesa' Subject, "The Jewiih short time before surrendered his seat to a In Parro." Warnei't celebrated coreH for 75 cent at to the children Miw Kate Di'DDEKAit haa gone to lady and retired to the rear part of the hall i wm Hand three' Many Shows in One. a ii (I they ar Tabernacle." the new cheap cash itore before my atablca . There will bs communion service at where in hi eagrrnes to catch a glimpse of viit relative at Indlnnapolia.from whence gone. IteguUr price $1 and $1 26. S. L uue 4U ut catusi: iniaieaaon, uic ahe ili irtuin via Cincinnati lo lav in her thePrebylerian church Sunday. Prepar- the denlh scene, he mounted a school desk Coder the St Aph Hotel. Power A Mammoth Arcilo Uatheilngof atory services thereto will begin at 11 A. M. (which he Ihiugh' w.n securely fastened it oik ol iiiillinerv. ! 150 All Star Performing Artists! HErERiiiMt lo our niulb ai to the ill- - Saturday and the pastor will be assisted by to ths (1 mi !; imagine hi' surprire.therefoie, Cait Thomas Mtlack now run the i passenger lian from hern to Winchester, luck that a'ttnd the Lincoln county bills Kev. K Ervin, of Paint Lick. A Monatrously Large Menagerie of whinitlurntd ai.d he found himself at .&. making the roil id trip each day. P. Nip at Frankfort, Judge Hill rite that it Eld J B Jones i getting along well full length - 1J?Z fl nr; consequently he ,100 CiiRCHof Living H'iltl Anl- uio the Ci-pimills! Tt. pert, Jr. i' uprrM and C. C ColmranWl not his fault, a he alway gel them thro in hi effort to extinguish the debt hang- did not see the pathetic part of the scene. DldUK iluWK 1 lll.ll in.1 nntv Tlun.Su I I,.l Tk . t mail agent the House on time, but the trouble i with ing over the Christian church her, having al Japaniae Clrcut! aud l'wer' Auttrallan Circiu! a Mua-uithe Un:ted The census siatis'ic show of Hare Inventions nnd Curiosities ot th a the Governor or in the .Senate. succeeded in raising over half of the am't. LOCAL MATTERS. aod Every Age' A Tbouiand New and Wonderful ROSCOE CONKLINGI I Fealurrs never txlore exhibited In It is not creditable to the membership, Etttes to he the wealihitst nation in the tbe world, add- f?3II sweet olati.r at W (I.IliKEina'. Tnr jurit were discharged Gnally Tuei which represent million of dollar, that world Its wealth is lit down at 'ed this yearnt a coil excetllng S100.0W1 Uerdo All at the aame price fllratlea, Eephanlr. Dromedaries. Elands. Zebrai. day aud Circuit Court adjmrned over un ' Ac000 -- or about $1 000 for each in- ftlO In lUrUna debi La remained tint aid so long and Khii fith Saturday afternoon at S 8. 111 io lilkliro n ranrc kiiii Vnnl DM, Ac A ecbool of Ulatita' Elenhaota (Jlrilff tralneJ EIephlintSi Uor,( Ztlrn, The oost of the jurlea thia term """J dromedaries Our in the hope and beliel habitant e join Mr June Myers'. Or S12 to hold a lire policy on lbe colt until five , wa $G72 against about 21,100 the laat monthi old. Ifa man winta a msre colt, we gtre ' StrOOt FnCGnilt at Edmiaton A term. One man only haa been aent to the thai it will be lully paid ofl by Sunday. A rir.w rtock of hat ,,,e MMl n"1110- - "orgeous. Magnificent, ."HIT iDTKRTJSEBISTW. wmKhlVjeM.J'.'rtiTf Preaching will continue till then acd per,.r Sumptuous, Allmbraclnj tVorld'a ConTOcallon ,i.C1?,n.! OaaleyV bit JaeWoH: InJ penitentiary, a negro for toaliciom shoot r,dUDtlI,Ul,'Twl'rlOT1' GBandsof M ale! 10 Dens and ' haps longtr. One young lady has united munlbaoId.tJS. Cageaof Living Wild Animals Open In the itretU, Men and boy' hat at half price atthe ing and woundinc, one year. with the church sjfir Mart a pastured at f I 50 per monjh; and Jenneta costing nothing to see them' 100 Golden Chariots, I new (tore. f I per month. Marts traded before foaling time Car? and fjpes! 100 Clsatrdne Choristers and grat Richmond Localh J. O Djnn A Co., forfeits the contract. A lien held on tbe colt tor Clavichord performed! BWfwo performances rach LAND, STOCK AND CROP. merchant, have made an assignb'oMETiilM) new in gluM aud quetnasrara the searon. I will give prompt personal attention t day. Prlceof admission as usual. Excursions on Hat ItK reinoTed, si lire I wra burned out, lo tha to tbe accotnmodatioa rr nil my patrons all railroads at reduced rates. One ticket and one Aa-will ex ment to J Stone Walker. Corn i quoted at $1 per barrel at brick ciraer vt A T uimelley's Liter j and Sale at lirigV A Corran' LEVI JIUMIITjE, Ky . price of admission admits to all our shows. I'oai- 233-- 1 in Stable, I will kci couiimtlj on band all klnda ebelby City, tlvtly the only BIO tiUOW comlnz this year. ceedthe liabilities -- The wife of W. G. Owifgsville. A HSt: linn f garden setdr, of ever d While, of Ihe firm of White A Stockton, May wheat was down to 85 cents this Fancy Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables, criptim. at Warren A MetiaUV a died Mondav evtnirg, after a lingering Flh, Oysters I.ake Ice. Southern and county week, in Chicago. Melon. Ar. 1 will a'so kiep Freeh Ilrwd irt Caiea cf mere than a year of consumption. Ply moth It ck IwKf li r hatching pur- Corn Drilled and O.lvcr Chilled Plow of all Lkdi Ttiiiiikln the citizens uf titanlord and TiclntU Ur ihilr laviirrconrmtd on metlnce X f Herald. for ale at Mcltolertf A StaggV L cheap at T.K Waltcn's. Ihe fire remain lour huinh'o servant, T. MIA It HIS. will put in 5,000 vt Hubble Jessamine county Dfath -- Mr. Annie Bailey Clark, a S AV rtrrona pdtl'eil lo nieoc to Ihe firm IUiley, of Big-da- acres of ttbsoc) ltd yeir, against ,000 of Harris A Murhjr wi I pi. ac cnll aud ettle & to.V daughter of Hon. Hirrison Wr. ntf hxnilliiu ! M. 1'Vir J T H. the money Ky , died Monday, leaving a hubnd last season. 'rauine N rthern Seed Polaluee. Warren ' -.- A mare in Bourbjn county, sixteen and three childreu. She waa 30 year of A Meloilf .iid to have been a very lovable years old dropped her first colt last week. age ami i UiiAM) n lot of frame ami chronic woman in evry respect. Mri Catherine It is Urge and healthy. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- at ShifleiV Uallerv, down cheap to prevent -- Wm Myall, of Mayslick, Mason Bailey, of this place, attended the funeral " hhippln. county, fold his crop of tobacco at IT LAND, STOCK, CROP, &C. and returned home eterday. cents. The average yield, was 2 280 W: guarantee n vlng on all good sold his store-rooM D Ei.moke ha pound er acre, realizing nearly $100 er Ifootaold prliauly before, I will cller lonaleon IkhirIiI ofu. H L. Powtr. New Cheap aud other interest in tie building known acre. Caah Store. lVKDXKSI) 1Y, API.IL. 2!J, '81, It is said that one half of Ihe as the Farmer Bank block lo V. V. Wal-so- u AN elegant line of Indies' and gent' fine, MyTAIlM in Ma'lain rninty, 9 milea Bouth of . I .n.lnln. Fmtt A for $ 1, 500. who ha in turn sold to the id butter so!d in New York State is made il.l blin.n Ml ountciii made hoe, ut rcorittd by Ild Hyihe 'iu liinjut bank uarnul lSxSO feet of it, fronting on from hoc fat. and oilj Imported from the t"o'er cr tuar me riounnn .miih ihewa'eraof oi junn r. Mirer Creek, mUlon i Owaley. Lancaster s'rretfor $1,760. Il is the in France .an J Italy, colored by medical White Iberarm l fine lor srr'ng and crln AND DEALERS IN- toUcco wit It li of It wtld grn and luurh and deodorized by somj other jp'ind-dlDon't fa'l to e our lug line of Impie tention of the bank to lit up an elegant reorul aud In .i high ftiie of cultlra. Abiiii 75 Aireiar- - li lorn, T5 or 13 Aerca Il.in tiieut, Buggir, Waion, Ac , on court director' rrom and Mr. Walton intend chemicals p'owed lir John II. Bell sold to Join Will Hary nl Tiiuiirr, n'ut I"1 .rra hi (Vr", In praaif nm lwon fir day. ilnght A Curran. remodeling lbs balance f the building oodlitt tpi, the baluu- 0 cents. yenrt Th dwelling l nl hruk new mid uiclern SO averaging 103 pound, at C'lu-in- g a')le.wltli ill tbeciirulncfa and lniproieuifnta at the eld generallf . U.it Sle Oenhm: Uncle Jiutuiie It t's say that April 10th In liloarthttetlure. I'h- ouibulMtoi are new ChriMMii church, nhere joii can gel good at several tenant While attending court at Shcppirdsvllte (the hundreth day of ihe year) is the time nnd lubiiantlul on thefa.'iu. Il hou located on la " lociililea aliuo't at yuur i.w i iric" Jas. Iledger haa 100 pltnand wllhlu lmilnuf a depot on tne NewI last Monday, depit agent J. A. Carpenter, to i'anl potuiots Ktnlucky Ce'ilral lUllroad calicoes, beeliig, Ring-hni- of this place, wiincfs'd an unusual a Hell ews that have 200 limbs. Four of the Kxtenon vf me In tracli an I tliin aa n whole. For cotton, will ctrerihu luim At the .ime lime and place 1 will olfer tickinir, mble linens, towe!, napkin, a exciting cene. ltican that an attor- ewei produced three lambs each, tnl 00 cirenr-ivor fifteen head of thoroughbred Cowa and reewe laml.a each. Georgetown Tm Iwo ney named 8 no made some Ac, go to K linMon A Owdey'. Heifers, reentered Iu A II. B and Individually mark concerning County Judfe Smith dur- Tiiui .S II. SitA.NKsl.a tock of good; awa! yoke of Oxen 2) or 21 olhrr Catrrrelvwl hi Iu Cincinnati fading and shipping ing the trial of Nicliolsjn, the express robwi r Krmlng Ulen-stitle, 0 Hoge, tome Hor rpring ami suiuiurr good and hiaatorei ICO or S00 I Hugy i 4 or 5 Waona, 2 C ber, when be, remarking, "This Court is oatt'e are in fair demand, other clasies chock full of them. Call and examine, t ailod down quiet. Common to medium are quoted nt Urreltof (iru, a lot i Hay, etc. adjourned for fife' lulntiltM," 1 Invite pur the Utxla, ai I am P.iiTirs imlrhied to our late firm will fra) 'he benc'i and alighting upon the 2 to 4, good es'ra butchers 5 to C; com- aittiftfd lhatn her n InrpectItn tfth, iirtmlaea ltga i'oe . , Mete ill' and rtiilj ne.id of tie offending lawyer, proceeded to mon to cho.ee shipper 51 to G 10; etoclers (ell. please ial' "t W IH lii'reae my chin lo tvtii- Tcrmi made knon o.i .. v 'f This over the busl and feiders Jr to 5 80 Tnere ia a fair de with A. A. Wancu. Bruce, Warrtn A ' give him a threshing metice at 10 o clock a. i The croa ou the place ill bi lUulcl by day of nes of the Courl a reeumed and proceed mand fur good hogs and prices range from C a aa!e If the weather peimita. Addrea me at Kligi-toiJudge C to 7.10 Sheep are slow and weak at 3 ed without further interruption. Madliooronnty, Kr I'olishine is the To Un. VA3IV11ELI,. Smith evidently does not believe in exer- to 0; clipped 1 to 5 cents. belt ariicle known for cleaning and polic-The following hoe sales were made for cising his right to fine and j'mprwon INCLUDING THE- ing silver, go d, gUs, tin, Ac, with the at NunncllfjV stable Tue'day: Harney contempt. CARTER'S sale only by T. K. Wal least labor Crown, of I'tiiledelphia, bought of S. II. Fintl The old adae, "Misfortunes nev Bmiehimti 1 coach horse for $275 and of Main and Somerset ls. ton, coiner er come singly,' wa again illustrated here TilK lad un of Hie l'lesbytcrian chnrtli yesterday in another fire A little before S J Kiubry 1 saddle horse for $180. Mr. will hate an Ice cretm parly at the rooun G o'clock a M Ihe roof of the shed of Mr. Small, of Kiwellville, bought of A.T Nunfor $160; one nelley a brown harness mare from of Mr. (If org. II Bruce I'eterStraub's home, in the west end of (J to 10 o'clock. Erertbjily i invited. tovtn, was discovered to be on fire, having smld e msrv of Uube Harris for $200; 1 do 1 hnrncaa home Admisilon, which includes a aaucer of caught from the cooking-stovpipe. The of Jim Gentry for $200; $190 and another brown coach horse for cream and a portion of cake, 25 cent. alarm soon brought n largo crowd to the $150. . bitii'ilel election of councllmen of scene, but owing to the combustible nature Tub rich. ncaHacho and rtltcvo all tho tronblca Incibuilding, the tUmes gained heatlwiy Call for Mass Meeting. of ihe the city of Stanford will occur dent to a blliou Ute of tho artUm, audi aa DuI'u mh mil to n call of tho Democratic llness, Kanrea, Droweineea, JJIstree a aftiT eating, IHie ollica is of much more importance so fast that but a small amount of its conWhllo their most remark"aln in tha Side, Ac. SOLE AGENTS FOR n few minutes the Stntc Central Committee, it is herebj orable aucccas haa bun shown In curing than ia generally considered and our best tents wns saved and in Attention then was dered tuat a mass meeting of Ihe democrata and meal progrcwivo men should ba chosen, whole was in ashei. held tit the Court-Hoursince oi. them devolves the management of mainly directed to raving Ihe adjicent of Lincoln county be gouth-Ben- d in Stanford on Siturdaf, April 20, buildings, with iu:cess, and further deimprovement oubficanre and all p.iblic Liver rillaaro equally struction was arrcsud. Mr. Slraub's lorn 1881, at 2 o'clock I M , to select delegate cnxing and prcrentlng 3luoble in Couttlp-.tlon- , WEhaveiust received n new aloes: of H fully 51,500, with not a cent of insur lo tin' Siat- - Convention to be held at th.aannoj'n;ctniplaJnt, whllo they nlao correct r.tl il'aordcra of tho atomach, etimnlato tho Jlver Indh lmens, check linens, linen lawns, mice and the building and it cantenta rep Fnnkf-rMnr 7, for the purpose of select- aad rtfculate tho bowels. Kviu If they only cured chtck and plain naitiooK longcloth, or resented the saving, of a lifetime. Hav- ing delezatcB to the National Convention to gapdie, Persian lawn, piiiia, 'linr n cam ing a large nnd dependent family, his loss beheld at Clili'ajcn Jtih 8, andalo toaelect brie, while ciulll, ladith' and missea' cor is therefore the greater nnd leaves him AlxPtnr for tlin Siutp. The county ia enti I sets. nbbonK, ties, fichm, collars, llnmburg, in need. Our citinin, with their usu- l!!.oore,!.Ie.tefor each 200 vote, and ailk, gloves, al generodty, can be relied on, however, lo for U jv Knolt at the lael state election. nately ihclr coodneaa doea not end here, and tbosoIn cotu n, li"l hosiery vloonco try them vlll find theeo little rllla vainX Kdmiston A Owsley. J. K. Lynn, laces, Ao blctnaomanywayathattheyvlllnotbewiUUij timely assistance and no one we render him " j, Chalrnnn Dem.Co. Com'tee. to Uo vr Ithout them. Jiut after all alck bead hope will fail to assist to the full extent nf Cait ttinuitus who takes much interThe Xiihville World learning of Dr.1 hi.i ability. Miss Dora Straub. whose roam est in such matters, lell u, after a general I er trunk and everv OaIoV msrriagu iglad lo know beta lo be miles they nre killed was up stair, lost examination, that j clothing ale had, savo the clean- - puninhed at last. many Uvea that here Is where we i$thetanoof hereafter, there will be the finest crop of Blitch of ing-u- p --Tho diBtlliers i f Central Kentucky or - nie our prcat boo.u Our Puia euro it whUo suit that she had on, and the I.idies apples this essin thnl we have had tor 'cartel's Littlo Liver Wla aro very rmall and he says, are for the should so that she doei not sufler The rrmiz'd Teatenhr. at Lexiiigtcn, nil export year. Tliepe.-cli-bud- s, ., ..rtr irnnn The capital ia half TerycisytotaKe, cnorriivoiiuiacmiiuiiuwenr occupy the and Loan Anociation family will for the present i. most pjrtdead and in some instances Ihe parge.butbyth.'rrn"" eciloii IeaUwho The company will advance building that wan firuurly ued at u a million He thinks the grape rsothem, In aMt'tciT.tat Co for 61. Bold tree tbeniMlve. and which bol ingi to Mr. Straub, but nrnny on waiaky, holding cerlificalta lor by crEirilcta w tr texe, ct tint by mall. pearn crop" safe to this time and that some CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York. the flame. it will be cxceelingly inconvtnient. and cherries will bo raited. X Court-Hout!. m X interior Journal Fern trnnln AOeleyV. ami rallc go to Edmlston BoiiN, to the wife of Kliaa Moberly, a girl; weight 10 pound. Notice of Election. To The Public! H. Barrett &, Co.'s RAILROAD SHOWS r a To the Public cur-tain- i'MMmm . -2. s Waterloo ! d ......... Car-rolltn- I I -- Wittffii Friday, , . April llth, won I.'nr wealth of World's ders Three Jacks Ja-ki- at PRINCE Pin that 1 T. n $50,-000,0- - to-da- y ,t dry-goo- d Motice .. 1 Grand et m I ill-n- p), 1 1 FuMic Sale .... '" n-- td BRGHT 1 s, - ho, - iit X HARIJ WARE, QUEENSWARE Farming Implents, gies, Wagons, r, Bug1- - n-r- l. Fr e OUBE Mitchell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, McFarland and XL S. Buggies and Carriages. o SICK t et HEA0 ACHE and Hamilton Plows, Sole Agents for Furst & Bradley's Sulky and Turning Plows, i aa tfttW Riding and Walking Cultivators., Sole Agents for Evans Corn Planter and Thomas Harrow? Also Agents for Walter A. Wood Harvesting tin-sho- p AXiL at bed rock prices. lUncIiiiics; SOCIATj science. pro-son- ta BT NETTIE. Stanford. Ky., Apr 1 4, 1884 Tuentlav Fritlnv, eta.oo xeh a.iviyu:u When pill trlctly In ulnace. II we hire to -- alt any time. 82.00 will be charged. noo axjj iiojiixr. 1'ltn for More JUtcuilrd Coniumptton. A Bnnitrvinn quotes a. statement from tho Now York Herald that "a New York journalist, who had for many years lwcn afflicted with dyspepsia so that he could not oat oven tho moat delicate fruit, receutly visited Arizona, and fouud that ho could cat fried calt pork three times a day," and comments upon it as follows : Had ho tried tho samo diet beforo going, possibly ho would havo fared quite as Atoll. Ho might havo require'd a few trips to Coney inland or Long lleach and luck, or a daily walk before dinner from Printing House Square to his up town home, to stimulate his appetite, when he would havo found tho samo good effects from fried salt pork in Now York as in Arizona, By "fried salt iork" we would bo understood as recommending it or somo other kind ol food containing .i fau&ciiut amount of digestible fat The diffeijnee between salt iork mid bacon m this respect, if equally well prepared, is a matter cf taste, and with either ono properly hot griddle cakes cooked and well-mad- e daily for broak&st, journalists would rarely find it necessary to seek a hotter climate than may be found within easy access to Now York ; or a diot which will better fortify them against the common dangers of city filth. Fried salt pork or bacon, to bo good, A Khould be first simmered or parboiled in u sufficient quantity of water to dissolve out tho excess of salt, and to make it tender, and then fried brown not to a crisp. For some persona, a moro delicate way is, after the parboiling, to turn batter, and tho slices in wheaten-flou- r then fry them. " Delicato fruits" diet, particularly for breakfast, which ordinarily means abstinence from substantial fats, is the death of many journalists aa well as other persons, whom journalisii should teach to know better. Restore the "hog and hominy" to its wonted placo, and there would be such hereabouts a falling off in tho denth-ratus would oven astonish the keeper of tho streets so much better would people be able to withstand their vile emanations. In short, editors should teach the people in these latitudes that, in one n man or way or another, every woman, and every youth, requires about two ounces of fat daily, aa a portion of Ills or her diet, and, if not taken as food, tho time is hastened when it has to bo as medicine, to simply prolong it may e bo for year or two a miserable with consumption or other fatal disease in consequence "dyspepsia" pnd loss of fat being commonly tho first admonitions. A journalist, or any other jKirsou in this latitude, who long neglects to tako a due proportion of fatty food to maintain lodily temperature, will soon find himself growing lean, his system will live upon its interstitial fat that which is distributed through the bodily tissues of healthy persons and he will shortly begin to havo dyspeptio symptoms on account of the deficiency iu his food to maintain healthy nutrition. And for this condition, it is unfortunately too often the case, medicine or moonshine is given in promotion of tho daugcr. Fortunato, indeed, is it if such persons can be dispossessed of their infatuations by a trip to Arizona, or anywhere else to restore them to a beuse of their wants and the wit to use them, fllauy persons wno, from tho cultivation of a vitiated taste for delicacies, or under tho influence of bad advice, have icat tho power of assimilating the fat of" meats, may do much towaid regaiuing tho lost power by tho use ol " shortened " bread mado of dough to which lard or butter is added ; or somo of tho preparations of ground wheat or Indian meal. o full-grow- exis-terc- ' Social scienco is a subject that itself to our ininds for discussion which may bo both pleasant and instructive I havo thought much moro of it tho last fow months than previously. It seems to mo that there aro certain limits in its restrictions that might bo passed over with propriety. That wo havo departed from tho wayH of our good old forefathers (tho Pilgrims) sufficiently enough to assumo a littlo too much of tho aristocrat. It has been said of late that it seemed to sioil some of our American peoplo' to go abroad, as they return heavily laden with foreign airs that do not impart exceedingly to thoir sociability afterward. This no doubt is true in too many cases. American people havo long been noted for thoir sociability and hospitality. Our Pilgrim fathers wore good, Christians, with hearts warm aud glowing with lovo for their God and brethren. And this should be our rightful inheritance. And tho freedom for which they so gallantly and bravely fought and spilled tho precious drops of their life's blood should be wisely protected and cherished by ua. Freedom of thought and tho expression thereof and of action is ono of Heaven's choice gifts t mortal man. My sympathies aro with ono of our best and most sincoro ministers of the gospel in Chicago, who is now undergoing a most chastisemeut for presuming to a freedom of thought and views. Our land has boon prosperous beyond all other lands, for tho time of its civil ization, on account of its freedom. People gather hero from all parts of tho globo to enjoy our freedom ; and yet too many aro not satisfied, and wish to ape tho aristocrat, A haughty, aristocratic person is not congenial to me. It is truo that I liko to seo people assumo a proper dignity, yet they may bo affablo and polite. I lovo sociability, and I contend that it may bo enjoyed many times without being detrimental to our good character or position in society. I will say, for instance, I am traveling alone, en route direct from Now York to Chicago, on tho early morning train. I am nicely and comfortably Beated, and gliding Bwiftlyaud smoothly along. How over, tho day is beforo me, and I settlo my mind down to onjoy an hoar or two reading; but that proves tiresome, and I feel a dullness, that is not pleasant. To shut my eyes to sleep is, with mo, out of tho question, for I detest to seo peoplo nodding in tho cars in the daytime. Now I cost my eyes over my and I notice those whom I foel would bo congenial companions, and I think I would enjoy a chat with them to while away tho passing hour. But I dare not mako tho attempt to approach them with a view to opening a conversation, for if I should do so people would look at mo with suspicious eyes, and in all probability class me a confidence person or a fool; so I remain quiet, endeavoring to entertain myself as best I can with my silent thoughts during tho cntiro day; and I must Bay that sometimes they l)ecomo very monotonous. Perhaps, if I were permitted a conversation, I might bo particularly bonefited in Bonio way. I might .xmaibly gain somo valuable information that would lw a very gTcat advantage to me in aftor life. I might gathor now tlioughta and new ideas, which would irradiate and expand in after years, and leavo lasting, pleasant recollections of thoso goidon moments, which otherwise would bo tedious hours. But, for fear that I have already wearied your patience, my friends, I will drop tho subject. whole-soulewhole-hearte- d so-vo- ro fellow-passenger- s, ! HE STUCK TO IT. Col. Tom Ochiltreo, of Texas, is London paper advertised to midden an.l more finer Thelre f I prize of 2 2s. for tho quaintost saying known as tho champion prevaricator of .n.l ft...-- . I... Irnilera, hntna Ih.n MtlT Other Slft- l? ..l.rn a r, " r IMI numerous lion iii Keiilwkv mil make jf a child. Sovord' hundred coutribu-:ion- a tho Southwest. Among tho Knob lour uillii wiwtt-- SUnfoi l.dirmly on the maree -i MIW 7Vk.T,- - a were sent in, and a fow of tho most good Btories told at his expense is tho l.lik pike, mill will le iriiillll io rt or 111) Hie extremely low nriri.f SiD th following Ho had just arrived in New at pointed aro appendod : tilninr. I'erllng with the luaref.irrmeth ure an As wo wore talking one day about York ono winter from Europe, and was foul getterHo laHratseirellnt bredr and mouth furnlihed nt II or churches, and thoir various ceremonies, fairly re splendont in a now overcoat and IMiemr taken to prevent accident! occureerape, ! tut will not renalble should any l i littlo boy remarked that ho had soon a a very elegant sealskin cap. Ho was Dkm'kictiii." ami I'KnniKKK.-NiiJt 16 while christening, a funeral, and a woddhig, talking with some friends in a hotel lob- lil.lk, Willi Minll MrliJ twotall K fe;t.Iwnjllilnll l In, I Itieh liljh, tin nun ami by, and ono of them expressed great liemill ul hrJ mi.l urck, ptfllent thouM-r- , lurk but he hud uevor seen a divorce. anj loin In facl fultlf In yiiiinetrj -- and will of Jack (aged 4, taking a walk): "What admiration for Ochiltreo's cap. "Why, Kim aiHrMliemlwim't IItk lUlllon li '(mat a h"'o history connecieii h lltrri'0lllon,aiil thtm .(imlltlri itiIiic '1 Iwcoines of people whon thev die ? " Ul0ro A InrailiMT ImpaitalohU r..rn Umtml tint Iik Minium? , . . . Tliv turn inii .1n iWr." with that can." Batd Ochiltreo; "that on XhI wllltirwltire rtry Cut Iwitre whrlihit irrj Tha fine Imported Norinin Nlalilon, III make the .... wy luariala tho tin tlitl niiuid nf was Kiven me lv u lioncu uountess. li.nc nothing hut a Sir Wllirlaiii eawnoflMt at Iheitihleof I M W.ay . at'Ttok etllrtroll jaeu: "vvnntalotol people Uiere must lottafp," 1", mllvi from Stanford, l l(ii of Such n dear littlo creature, so bowitch-iugl- y turrvtiniiiiriiil tlirni comra IroinItwll lite,iwncluilie 1)0 on this road, thou." foineof Ilia iiruortlial thecoMrt-liloulrtl maiia In the land bavproUur-e- d 815 SEASON, handsome, and charming in every Tottio : wonder why dolls aro alratlcoll bf hliu Mr. Alrx JohiiMn aj, 0 liS TO IXItUE A COLT. thin bandied moid of ways girls, Tom?" Tom: "Because way. Well, I met her in Paris, and sho have Ibojraroalllait" Hobby', coll Iodd auy mm, Mr H'n, faya "no fell in love with mo at once, and while I aud road'Wrallte" Mr l'urdom hu on with Cratupoli a dark (ray. I hande blfh, wUki boys hato to be mado babies of." better handling Until trottln hli mil In J !M, 1,000 puundi and It 4 yean old the Win of May ill A child seeing a bill on a telegraph-pos- t: was there I saw a great deal of her. and ya "no found eloM of homaa can ! action, IU ntil welt la of floe atyle andbody, with good la lb road la lor any Mr K. 1. Nuiim aajra "0, mamma, look I A inoaaogo She made mo several vory handsome of the m.and erory onenoa allir." toi Iod,j KumiI'i lolni, rlbbr.1 and lane well aet on. He wu Warrrn abouldii, held and neck present, which I will show you somo Nobby made a rcordol 2 "J and wu mH li W. C. Imported hy U W Hlubhlflald .1 Co , or llhiulng. has fallen down," Fair, lleirland. Ohio, lor !,)). If nrrify ton. III., September H, 1812. A precious boy of 0 years, listening time, and among them was thii hat." Nit We will alwi'aod at 'be aaiue p'aie our flue i )iildRlenimilrof tntl nonliia from th In One of his friends, who had Iwoomo hot turn if mir n untry cumtumdinii NuhbyRood iouuj Jatk d wearily to a tale related by or all lol of lipflTnrablei'iiildftlon l.iamlna of a lito interested m tho hat by this time, horxM, hut wtM In the buie nl!l. a prosy relative, took advantage to tire him your thr homr, and lfyi.il are liOSTON! your short pause to say, slyly; " I wish that tookit off Ochiltree's head, and there, ilrouap 1 wPninrMi e!u rlied for Mriu- !.,n.r Nnl.hr I. hv tiarrard Chief, be by story had boon brought out in numbers I" pasted iu the top of it, was a trademark hfloii Chief he hr Mtiubrimi I'aymatter he !t AtSIOfjraUVlNO II aHrOTaYVal Hmardl till I lt.MK.il la a " Little baby is vory ill, Charley ; I with " Knox, Hatter," printed on it. Manhrlnn, he by luii Mewnjer dim t tii i ' i ratiuiui oiaci.. ,1 dam. ItollU l)ln. hr 1 rnnk x rl "l-balidlbUb, waifeal IC. ( dim by IM urn afrf id ho will die." " Well, if he, "Look here, Tom," cried his friend; K it dam ky HaiiibleiooUi) & rU of It). 1171 and .U Nnblit tilaui a thumuthbred llU'e f jrm fmi dies die, mamma, he won't go to tho bod "how is this? Hero is 'Knox, Hatter,' lr owned by it. V Itobloaon. of UarraM count i3 la by "Weal Kee" ha by Warrler, kit It it. ( NO I ,'. dam by place." "Why Charley, how can you in tho top of your hat." Ochiltreo did 'i'o-JJlui I'.irlei Itratdaoi nhooKly, a Maw know that?" "Oh, I know ho can't, not ollow himself to bo disconcerted by math -- ml Mirrlnr Jack 131-- lf WAKKVIKIJ. U'ltA so answered vory auy littlo trade-marmamma ; he's got no tooth to gnash." : "Why, just as wo were comLittle boy learning his catechism from promptly I II IM.SMlli U. his mother Q. " What is a man's chief ing into the dock, the other morning, my cap blew off iuto tho water, and was cud?" A. "His head I" 1AM M. BfatlKTT J w MewK Girl (yawning over lessons) "I'm so recovered by a small boy who stood on UaitDBTT A UIIOWN, Jired; I should like to go to sleep." tho dock and saw the accident. I took A.T.' t'Olt.ViaVH in,A.v, Boy "I'll tell you what to do, then; it up to Knox to have it repaired, and r MT. VKRNUN, KV. get up early aud have a good they have had tho blanked impudent" Itnl bay altlilon f.ill I1H, htl hy Chr ALEX. ASDKIIOON, Mewnaer I hi f up there to paste in one of thoir labels. Iuun. Mautord, Ky , aired tiy JO, sleep before breakfast." rrord i Mirtel. yr A.TTOItNI5VA.'l- - JL,A.W, tire of Maud Mamma " And David was ablo to kill I hadn't noticed it' before." reord S Mv. old, fcnrd, J , t,o, DAHVIU.K, KT., Cllh hett on heary trak Abel Abdillah, Will practice Id lb Court of HoyU and tJJolnlBf that great big man Goliath, because God trial 2 nx Maej e (tewart. l li (alt at S cooatlM and In the Court of AprU. TllK COltRUVT STAOC aodotker promlilnone. Well I , helped liim." Harry (aged ' recl UMtanl Hrtl dam huile by S Let it be granted tliat it is as propor tbeilreef Von Arnlra,peniloel, aold to Commnlore J. n. rion, i'S. I don't call that fair, mamma; that's IIOOuO; Annette, I IM,, T. A.. 7 to listen to Mr. Booth's wonderful ren- Klltenntor At Lnw, one," two on YounKenllnel,2t. MUnon, J.17V,. VlnndUre, And Mattel Conimlulontr UockcaitleCircultCour. Penll-r.'s MT VKIINON, KV fwiilinel of "Othello" as to read 3VU Capoul. J7 tlrnd A little girl hod a penny given her to dition 11 x tr Wlllpraitlr f "! Ju- nil , C.Hirl Collet- ... in jtufif-i-., Volunteer, .. creat drama at homo. It 11111 .(.ill lirntherti t ..- &!!. the lllfe ll.l(tt i. lloniaepeclally Iu tb t.i-Offlr la 11A ..vj put in the collection box nt church. Awjr' : " , ."""Tf-'f.;When she dropped in tho coin sho ex- would bo another thing altogether if w. LKK Y. HUPMIAK, MToiiddaui. Klitr Ulter-- , the dam ofBrtle rx claimed: "That's tho way tho money Mr. Booth's consummate ability were (iiri 1 ". h rd I"" rn old it IMT, of aod thetraudtm ret Maud Mea ner i 'l'1 irl Ab. HIANKIItll. KV wedded to shameful immoralities of goes, pop goes tho weasel." aid Main UUni, two door aoora Maid. I It ll"olloJ. 0tac-8o- ulb Uallab, the aire of tlohUinltb tktMywa Uoul. ,, Aluioot, I'llot Small boy, watcliiug his sister iron a life ; if his shining histriouio triumphs 1 Jl, Thorniala, 3 FureNltroua Olid Uu dulnlaWr4 vkia put to tho base service of gilding 'iiimldam by paired. of piece of work with bird's uost of eggs were Jackal, lre orth-da1. tho grossest crimes against social purity. Krnlacky Wtlkiw. I 1 and the ranWiu or so Ai, say, sister, if done in crewels on it : DIU W II. l'ENNV, ol I'hll Thouipn 3. 1 ITS and Itnl Wllkea. eli Mor-J.recurd, 1 It) byt'om-- l hy y.ar-lyou keep tho iron so long on thoao eggs An actress may display IrwntlMt the aire ol arm ntlllack lliwk, the air ol HTANKOUD, KKMTUCKY. abilities on tho stage ; but suposo her Klhan Allen and many other trottera U"l Ja'k. you'll hatch 'em." Black inOH' orer Uthl S l.yllt' alor. flrlra hour et'adam alrrdby a hair brother to are tot Hawk A littlo girl, soeing two lovo birds bill private life has boon notoriously h by from to I J a m anl I t.iS enllneland Aliandr'a Abdallah Anelbella ad and that she gives no sign of n Ittadlk'a llaiiiblrl ian, tie xran lur of Maul tululttered i.n ncxitrr r IM Irr ing and cooing, was told that they were famous, ft J.nm i IHi. Jareyr.-- . 1 " making love. " Why don't they many?" better miiul. Can auy man or woman Ai 1Ut mheaTi'rlter, I V't. an I Ihlrty rvt I l .and iend (ren'a so-pula( and rrcelre l'ranntlil. 3 20 tleorn Wllkr. . Jl she asked; "then they would not make who cares auytlnug for the purity of ' olbera. with repirda of I SOarxl bailer M eoer APRI7P rMat rt.lty fr of kk.Ii, which Uix IM. kaid. will IMIot. aireof ofelibr tea, cial life consent, in good conscience and Chief aa llrnl by Abdallahrecord, 1 f litdamla away helpall,anythlo( Ui to wvrldmoney rljbl lovo any more," than in Iblt Ked Jim, loilunr worui At once ad to tlen teori: II lliomai, aire of await lh mworkara atilulel A fond mother said to her littlo sou : in consistency, to be of those who by Mauibtlno MrMenue r aire the shrino of such on artist? .cutl"i Thoiuaa, 3 11. tWnind iltiu br Mambrlno dr. Tel A lu , Aufuita, Main. "Tommy, my dear, I am going to give ship at .fi..i..ki nil: Thorn. 1 K Wiwdford Mam- I adr you a littlo companion soon ; which T1.A..B lllli ho or hIio who siU in such an (hl.l.alreol Mambrlno I'atchan ao-- l otheia brlno. 3 3V nn audience breathe a tainted atmosphere? T,ar,i dm. by imp Nii".n enJ hr.i would you prefer, a littlo boy or a littlo weHrerdrra wllloh err thai Alln E replied Tommy, Ko ono is a more d.uigurous enemy ler. Jc Urarly fulllr .ther I. Niuijih-iot- , girl?" "Well, mother," Dite-good in human 1 ill. that aolJ for $!.) and r ! I fir IW Uat "if it's all tho same to you, I would to all that is sweet and eem lr and (ran lam, bit Jam li fall; tkey ha II life than the ono who lotnls to impurity blter brr.1 than Maod'adim and I carriage lie rather havo a littlo donkey." m end a huraeulfliie tho nauutiou of sideudid talenU. H tho trllr Kouto A little girl, agod C, going to bod one lllruadlb m.u of lilt av 1 barl. Uuoa'a at B inch pi night, and knoeling down to say her Amuncou Uioater u io urop w uio monu 3V tulle from "tanrord. on Ru.h VOLT SJaru I.MilMK A UVl.ttl prayers, said : " O, momma, may I only , love! of the Comedie Fnincais, Christain Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. 1 Alw will Hand a 'America wui coriainiy uavu uu mrumr I'm cotirod." say amen Thconly tin running use for it. Shall pure men or virtuous A UIXT TO OltUMULKltS. consent to be seen in Uio audi-enc- o women PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CASS which Is gathered for the apotheosis $7TO INNCKK. J. M Hall ye hi boujbt "What a noUy world this ia P croaked torn inulii In the nelahUirhood where he mad tjooff Company. an old frog, as he squatted on the mar- of Aspasia? one HuD and tbey wer fundt'ree.er and ha bal lb rpolatlotiofblnood gin of the pond. "Do you hoar thoto II O. may. Addreo tiik .sAiMO.y dlanwtd, Ky geese, how they scream and hiss ? What A teraieranco lecturer in Great Britdo it for?" do they raoai "Oh, just to amuso themselves," an- ain, formerly a cab driver, related the L?x-Ingto- u, . ny My Louisville, tiiieiuiiHtl uud nr tly MewngerChlel.dam br following incident: EiyM swered a little . Ac. . 3H. fancy Da;, Koljuia.3 laa.'JSl1-.Mr l.t " A short timo ago I was coming from wl.l link. tbM.awnofHll at Danrllle, Ky . at' "Presently we shall havo the owls 1'ro'ldeuc NeUhhorhouJ.' i Aldridge, whero I had leen to buy a 1 1.1 To lutiirr, H. hooting. What is that for ?" 1 the music they liko best," said horse for my cab. I saw a woman ly"It's Coanellni la am depot with Out train for ing dead drunk on tho collar flap of one the moose. cuiLBRnx's quaint a Ararat. A gWo a NOBBY! -- CHAIHPO .Wvftf: Si"V muv ir Mir orll "-- ..., "I llil AT THE loug-winde- dll I k, Abdallah Messenger! I ,vr lS4-ly- Mnir, -- 0)" yr-o- ld :, Bhak-siwaro- J?( .- Attornoy n. II-- '"' . luurl-houM- ? u a joo ii:rs; r- m "I nt n, d HfmT li m-- re lit', ililer-ln-hlo- il U m. wN i. Kentucky's East ht GOODM1ILE JACK ....... A SOLID TRAIN WASHINGTON CITY, MESSENGER 334-1- PRINCE, Ak-aM- field-mous- e. .. Chicago, 111. well-mad- o It is claimed that moro rain falls now in Nebraska than formerly, and that this rainfall is increasing with the march of settlement and consequent cultivation; FUETTT SUA It IT. Neither of them was over 10 years old. Ono leaned against the fence and tho other rubbed his back against a lamppost, and they eyed each other for a long time. Then one of them said : " My mother has got a uow sacque, nnd yours hain't." "I don't care," replied tho other, "she frizzes her hair and uses paint, and that's just as tony." seal-skin "When army of Cliina his courage is subjected to a very unusual teat, Tho recruiting officer places I ho candidate in a chair and proceeds to extract a tooth, and tho conduct of tho patient under this ordeal is and climb up steep banks to satisfy his said to decido the question as to his fit-desire, and thus falls into tho snares of ness for tho military service of the emmen. and pire. If ho howls and jumps up is pronounced unfit ; but ii ha down he An Englishman who participated in Bmiles and oxhibite generally a feeling es to an unmistakable red in color about and Iukcrmaun of satisfaction he secures a permanent nix months Bfter marriage Philadelphia tho battles of Balaklava . suicided at Toledo a few days Call. placo in tho ranks. vos-sols, a man wants to enlist in the countries of tho world, except England herself, thero is no impediment to tho marriage of a man with tho sister of his deceased wife. In the Australian, Canadian nnd South African colonies of England laws havo been passod legalizing such marriages, and these laws have received tho loyal npprovaL VAItAFFISE AS A WOOD l'KESEHVEU A German chemist, Dr. Schal, has established tho useful fact that wood impregnated with parafllno is preserved from rot, especially when employed iu alizarino manufactures, whero it is to tho decaying uution of damp acid and alkalino lyes. Wooden vessels which becomo totally rotten in two mouths, last for two years when impregnated with parafllne. The preparation of tho wood is effected by drying it in warm air for tlireo weeks, then steeped in melted parafllue, to which has been added somo petroleum, ether, or Biilphuret of carbou. In preparing this bath great caro must, howover, bo exercised, owing to tho inflammability o of its ingredients. To prevent the from escaping from tho pores, tho wood should bo coated with oil varnish or BClublo glass, washed after drying with diluted hydrochloric acid. Tho silicic acid thus formed clogs up tho pores from tho outside, and protects tho parafllno from tho action of tho water. Parafllno, melted with equal parts of linseed or rapeseed oil, is also, according to Dr. Schal, useful for coating iron which, in chemical manufactories nro otherwiso very liable to rust, "A wealth of sunny, golden hir," changox-pospar-uflln- In America and in all tho English-speakin- g thoy can't of tho neighboring public houses ; 'so I go home without grinding and chirping. went into tho bar and said to tho landlord : Why do they do that?" has turn- "'Ono of your they are so happy they can't "Oh, bled down.' help it," said th'o mouse. " Tho gouty old publican camo out" You find excuses for all. I bolioTO you don't understand muslo, so you liko side, exclaiming, ' Where ?' " 'There,' said I, pointing to n heap Iho hideous noises ?" " Well, my friend, to be honest with of rags on the Hap. 'Why don't you you," said the mouse, " I don't greatly tako it insido and put it into your winadmire anv of them : but thoy aro all dow, liko other respectable tradesmen swoet in my ears compared with tha do with thoir goods, and label it, " Our inconstant croaking of a hog."Applci own manufacture, mado to order," stead of leaving it hero as if you wore Gold. ashamed to own it?'" "How shall I havo my bonnot JlOir TO HE llEAUrtFUL. trimmed," asked Maria, "so that it shall Torero feet should never bo casod HI "If you, agree with my complexion?" want it to match your face, have it kid, least of all ill white kid slippers, fur kid reveals so clearly tho form ami plain." rouliod hateful Hattio. movemouU of tho feet, and stretches ho easily, that fow feet havo achancoiii them. LAKE OF A stout should wear For bitterness nnd promiscuous mean- Thoao who nro very nothing but black ; thoso who aro very ness the waters of Mono lako surpass padding in their n thoso of tho Dead sea. Thoy contain so thiu bhould put littlo gowns, and neither should bo in tho much nlkali that on a windy day the Tho leait d rollctlc lako is a regular tub of writer has soon a wall of lather flvo feet A vooal amateur inquires if hi voico high along tho wholo of that shorQ in be raised with tenor 'leven lessons. against' which tho waves were beating. Occasionally tho wind would tako iip a BucKlen's ArnicaSalve. bunch of this lather as big as a bushel Tliogreatoit ihkIIchI wonder of the world. Warbasket and carry it several hundred feet ranted to 8eo.llly cure Hi is, Hrulaea, Cuts, Salt Illieum, Kerer Horw, Cancera, Tllea, inland. So buoyant aro tho waters of Chllbblni, Corns, Teller, Chapped llandi and all tho lako that quito a party ofmou may akin eruption, tjuaranteel to euro In erery Innavigato them on a raft mado of four or stance, or money refunded. A positive cure lor A S'a Fran' Tiles. 25c er box. For rala by I'enny flvo dry cottonwood polos. citeo Chronicle. "And those grasshoppers ; Crow's Smuggler! hpr. foaled Jun sign-boar- Is a dark uiaboiony bay I5S0, polnU. waa ilra by th . record 1S .f the wurld,tbienowuKiauiur-'r,, r, y Untdamby Mambrlno nii-i- by K atiiar, tlh dam h by Waiu.r; Sldani ll Imp. Tranbyi 5tb daru Helen Kaweelt by tlwlnn br Thornton ilatller. ih dam by Imp. t'T Imp. Hpread lial.'jar, 7lh dam Nellletopdam b; Imp. Janus, f.r; Mb dam by Hhari; 9th n riiui we bai.nlft-he-allhdelre.llemnlcoiubl-natio-ami v'n',lnK. lyi-- of of the trow' Smuler lhorougbbre.1 bloo.J. Therefot M t'1? " efldeinly muil pioduce aiely Ills sire could hUlieat type of combine.) Iionr than 7:13 and pat better than 3 M, trot Utter and rullK hindahlsb.bUh ilyl trollln joo.1 i all atalllon champion lllh. The Direct Boate toLynchbnrg, Dan ville, Norfolk, I. All Virginia and North Carolina Fointe. For ticket and lurther Information, apply to your nearet ticket office, or addreaa !OAV-SUI)- S. soap-sud- s. Courier-Journa- l. s, fMet first heal Othhii I.IMkii SrAll.towa.-l- hr rwond heal time. I 1'. time i IM, fastest fourth heal. 2 lt4. thltd heat, enl fifth heat, 3 I"', He l doldiiallli Maid on t ini'derln llitj Iim uierlli at Cleielind llhli rare. dMreraifly Jo tl.li wan romix-llnifought fn.iii liglnnlnj U nd, won wlih no an.l faiorsahowii but ettry advantage talen to defiat Miiiikjur. II a au'is mhhiiu " in inniin'n won on thu trotting turt. He lrel the great I'll- grim that aolJ lor JlS.IWfl, alentbo lut gelding. I'ucaiiMra. anoiner oi !" inmj, llAivtliorne iuadiiaaciugrr(0rdof3 I'Sanl driver wilghitg trotted a mite lu 3Uoiiids Yoirig Poeihiiiiias or a hall In I M$ Another ine great win-- i. tuaecutlie heats in iriilnawav. trutiiO ttiri-IV-j-, proving roncualvely that V 1, 1 l"'4 and! no other lamiiy Ol noiaea nave auow ii u mutu nw-,- l It li aafe to pre- and woiiderlul enduranie luiim that such great perlsruilng ability uovr ap- an Inheritance, prara without (lentlrmeli, examliin the stud liooks anl you will find tbatCKOtV'd hMt'tKILKIt traces aoren llmea to Imp Mcaaenge' anil ontr Io Cngllah Mambrlun mn MeMeUitcr I hn ilre of Marllght'a full aliier, Uidy Thome, has a record of bis full brother, WuolUke, a record ol 2 2T'i. In viewer giving an aaiiturtioii, i now put una horse's sort Ice at the verr low price of 815 li I null roil .Ttnri'ln I'Oul, limner due when tho lact la sccrlaliiI or niiro parte.! with. The west of mile horse will aland at my atabte. btaufonl, Ky.,on the tanlord A bhilby City turn- . a Uvpectfully, M. Mj. pike. Crow's fjmKler'a pet. Hald colt Is a good one out of n purebred trotting mare; was roaled Uit May, goes an tiieuaua-in- u, goe luces and racks very fast and V. V the running ALHElulir. walk to perfection. htunfoid. Ky., l'eu. 23, 1831. .smtiiklkk's ltatoan aiiait that W. K. AltNOI.D.T , Tlrkul ard l'au. Agt , w Matin Nt., Loulsvlll. Ky 11. C, W. NMITII, II. W. ri'I,I.RK, (len'l l'aaa'r Ag't O.u'l Manager, or Att. II can. Adverllalng Agt W.J ftel l.U. f ftt f1 t.i IUchmond, Virginia. -- TAKE THE- I!, 01 & MISSISSIPPI roa tiik- - iv. e East, West and Nortli raou Mam-i.rin- Louisville C ! t 1 and the Nortli. Kree I'arlor Car a to Cincinnati and I'aUcfi hlceplngCara to Cincinnati Waililng-to- n, Ilaltlmore, rhtladelphlaaud New York, with- INCI.SNATI. tho KuT Ul'ISVII,I.K out change, itvn Cars on night train, IaiuIivIII Northwest and tviuthweit, with I'alarfl ."leplng to Ht. ",,,3. from I.OUISVII.I.i: to 2aTVf J?aiIlS ht.l.OLI.-- i and tbeWeat, IO Hours J7iZIlS iaOUisvir.z, f""" ST. LOUIS. to Jl INIUANAroUfi.CIU CAOOnnd tho North, with Day Coachea and Lhalr Can through without change, LOOK AT THIS p. u, neitday J THE EEL. Thb is tho strangest of traveling fishes. Ho oven performs jouruoys on land. In hot, dry summers, when ponds nnd pools aro exhausted, ho boldly leaves his homo, aud, winding through thick grass, makes his way, by night, to tho nearest water. Ho is a great gourmand, and loves young, tender, peas bo dearly that ho will leavo tho river itself An Answer Wanted. Can any nna bring ui n cae of Kidney or Llrer Complaint that Tlrctrlc Bitten will notapeedlly cure? Wo a.iy they cn not, as thousands of ca cs alrewly permanently cured and vrho aredally Electric Dlttcrs, will prore. Brlglit'i Blieaie, Ulabelcs, Weak I'ack, or any urinary complaint ijulcktr cured. Tliey purify tho Wood, regulate the bowels rjnd net directly on tbe diseased pirta. FTsry liottle miaranlfed. For ale at 80c a Ijotlle by renny A McAlIater. X Grand CoiiiMiintiou THE INTERIOR" JOURNAL And tho Louisville The 2.23 p. ui. Kipreaa (dally) from Louisville nas raiace Sleeping ,'ais from Ujulivlllo to New sork without change, arriving at Washington 2:2: Weekly Courier - Jo uriml nna voir fur onlr 83 two papers ror little more thau tbe juicelot one. Hours Ahead of All Competitors, Emigrant and Home-Seeke- rs via theO.A Jl. U'y havo Through Day Coache on all trains. Have no mldnlgWt changtui. Arrive at ht. UjuIi 2 hours In advance of other lines, the;eby securing moro Ily paying us S3 you will receive for one year time for making changool cars and letting first Courler-Jourual, the choice ofaouu In cara of connecting Hue. your home paper with the A Life Saving Present. representative newspaper of the South, deniocrat-I- c In advance of other linn to Indianapolis and Mr. M. E. Alllton, Ilutchluson, Kan,, avcl lili and for a tariff for revenue only, and the beat, Chicago and the only line giving Ita patrons ol Dr. King's New brlghteat and ablest family weekly In the United mile ride along tbe shores of Lake Michigan. a 12 lfe bynaluiple Trial llottle to examine a sample For tickets, rates, time, maps, Ac, apply to Dlecorery. for Consumption, which caused hlnilo Htates. Tboae wbo dealre offlw. Ticket AgeaU ol connecting Hue copy ofthoCourltr-Journalcandosoatth- ls or address procure a largo bottle, that couiplercly cured lilui, K. S. llltOWN. Southern I'aaaonger Agt., prenaratlon, 8. K.Cor, Fourth A Main ata., Louisville when Doctors, chungo of climate and orery thing I'iVtJcfllOiiH la lint IIKMT. :' pen for markUwd wllb anyrfran ing any fabric. 1'iipuUrfordirora-atl- v W. W. PKAHODY, . else had failed. Asthma, Bronchitis, lloanenois, W. B, 8IIATTUC, work on linen. HecflicdCcii-tennlnl7ll'.ll- li UeuM Passenger Agt Uen'l Manager. Berere Counbi and all Throat and Lung diseases, & Dlploiun. Cincinnati, large Ktnl)lllif'inOjcnr. huhl ty all It Is iiuaranteed to cure. Trial Pottles free, J. D. LULL, Paswugtr Agent, Lebanon, Ky. size ti at Tenny A McAlltter's Drug Store. fj-iu- "Sho had n way of half turning her resolved to settle my doubt, and, if I PLEASANTRIES. J3cmi-Mceh- li jjnttnor Journal faco and looking up at yon with a s was going to die, to have her know just Tnn best stuff for slippers Ashes, in her black eyes that would drive tho reason for my suicide. "Lou," I began, putting an arm Tins kcttlcd rnm is fashlonnbloln cold Ky 4, 1884 n man crazy. Sho looked nt mo that Stanford, Aiml Tl d?4T. " way. around her wnist to sternly myself, weather. W, 1 .1 "'Don't you wish yon know?' bIio "Lou, I am killing myrolf becttiso you Pahsino around tho lint Ib ono way of n O'lXM) j . .. 3tS czzt3 WALTON. asked, and walked away, looking back- don't lovo me." getting the cents of tho meeting. ward just onco, in her coquettish way, "How do you know that, Fred BarIt is a fixed fact that there in a groat over her shoulder. ron? Y'ou mako mo ask tho question." futuro for overybody who can livo long I. A ft. LOCAL TIME CARD. "Ten minutes afterward I saw her U SO r. w. Her faco camo down upon my enough to boo it, Mall train folng North IMr.M. walking with my venerable rival." Houih.. ......... shoulder, and sho began to sob. ... IMa.m. train" Houlh nprrt " worn .. ponB a "I would like to die "Venorablo nlongsldo of veal," sold i s a, h. "Becuuse, Lou, because, because" I poet for onco coming into sympathy Gherkins, savagely. paused simply becauso I (Jidn't know, with tho pcoplo. Has Vt us with- Tlio Judgo laughed. but had only guessed at it, and in my iioxa. " You aro posted, Colonel," ho said. weak condition it seemed as If Iliad been When Jny Gould sees n railroad tlint r en. ia moillx. You forgot Uiat I mentioned no name wofully mistaken. "Well, then, I know suits him, ho buys it, pickles it, nnd puts Hot where the jolon dewi dliUD, it nwny to skin nt his leisure. for tho gentleman." it becauso you always put Gherkins beWhich tiring much m to men, Tun difference between a Ehall "Y'ou might ns woll," said tho other. tween us; and how could I tell yon over oui brimming rImm fill, An J J rin uid fill if tin. " Oh, tho doctor can wait or guess," his shouldor that I wanted you to bo my mother and her corrected offspring is, that sho is Dm we aliall rpiaff lit mlr par, and ho is n wns the reply. Then" Miss Doxter's wife." Wlilrh fprkln In the wf, indifference crazed mo, I wanted to "Did you want to toll mo that, Fred ?" slippered kid. Tborn iln tight o iwort dotli health imtOT tell hor tlint, oh n man, I loved her. Sho " Is that mulo tamo? " nsked n farm"Yob I" And far miuotm lb gnre. know that In my childhood I had Idol- "And that animated old ctrifnction er of nn American dealer in domestic Water, Iron Rift cf bcarn Uioa art J lied her. But what chanco had I ? What kept you nwny?" quadrupeds. Without U17 mllatobkM, "He's tamo enough in Eaith wrre a dmrrt and inau'a hfart gwxl would it do, if bIio were going to "Animated Old Futrifaction, eh ? Did front," answered the dealer. Could no'rr find barplnMa, And no pla:e to continue bupines?; and as our stock is principally marry tho infirm fellow wheezing asth- - sho call mo that, Judgo Barron ?" We seo nn nrticle in tlio papers about HnannoKA' Onovr, 111. matically by her side? I went homo as shrieked tho Colonel, slopping his baton boy inventors. We hojH) they will in' STAllVIXU TO JI'IX A U'lFE. sured that lifo had no valuo to me. The his bond and driving it down with a blow vent a 1)03 who won't whistle on his finmoro I thought of it the Ichh I cared for of his fist, as ho sprang from his choir. It was a July afternoon. Tlireo men it. The less I cared for it tho greater "If sho did, sir, I demand satisfaction, gers nnd yell on the streets nt night, "Now I cndeiistand," remarked nat on the veranda of tho village liotol. my anxiety to bo rid of it. To bo rid of tho satisfaction of n gentleman, sir with a sigh, after vainly trying Their foot were on tlio balcony roiling, it meant to tako it. Suicido is horribly 'Animated Old Petrifaction 1' And this their chaira were tilted back and they vulgar, ordinarily. It is only the by a woman I would hovo honored by to get a viow of tho stage over tho bonnet in front of him ;" now I understand were fanning thcniKolvcH. Frenchman who makes it Biibliiuc. He marrying It in too much, too much whnt they We can not afford to hold them for re building, but have deter- mean by tho 'height of fashi Thcuo men were Judgo Uarron, County Y'ou shall give mo revenge 1" mined to ion.'" Judge, Panum Miller nnd Col. Gherkin, "There hero! I must protest," exBarron laughed. Ho did the minister. a retired militin ofllcor, on no pay. Not claimed tho parson, holding up his hands "Papa, they don't hnvo nnyfitonoin "Y'ou shall have what you want,' 0110 of them would neo hit 50th birthIrelnnd ; do they ? " asked n littlo boy in horror.J "Such talk iu not orthodox." Colonel," said tho Judge. day, for I hoy hnd punned it. " Blinking " I'm not telling au orthodox Htory, "When, where, how? Tlint talk tho other day, " Y'es, my boy ; but why of flirting," nnid the Judge, breaking do you ask such n question ? " Becnusc doctor. What I think now and thought suits me." long over then aro two different affairs. Enough " Uy coining around to dinner with mo I thought it was all sham-roc" IbiMi't been mentioned, " snarled tho to Hiy I renolved on killing myself. As this afternoon. Y'ou know Mis. Barron there." , Colonel, interniiiting. in my disappointment I felt no hunger, has changed her mind alnnit you since A FAsraoNAULU young lndy was aeon Tiie Judge dropped hia clmir wjunrely starvation seemed n verj refined method that day." blacking ar brother's boots, and tho down on itH four legH, nml looked -- Them rather-tha-n of " I'll Ik blanked if I will," roared the next day bIio helped do thp family washho'd a single item lunger than nt tho Colonel. Tlio Colonel "Economical to tho last I" uxclaimed Colonel, slumming tho chub's aside as he ing. It is thought sho is fitting herself tlngora the Colonel, returning to the attack. the look and Miapiod his to become tho wifo of an Italian Count tramped away. contemptuously. "You'll never carry tho practico ol " At 1 o'clock sharp," said tho Judge, Jick. " Don't lw toyn !" urged tho minis tor your lifo to such an extreme," said Bar- leaning over tho railing, nnd speaking to GnEECB seems determined to fight Miiile. Ho bmiled Wcauno ho ron ; " 1 have tho satisfaction of knowwith the angry man on tho walk below. Turkey at any cost, Sho went to war knew the fiery but harmless wnyB of tho ing that. However, Colonel, your bitterThe Colonel shook his fist in reply. with Turkey fivo years ago, nnd had ono gentlemen. ness is natural. I forgive you. Dr. " Ho is very wrathful," observed tho man killed and two died of sickness, but We have become reconciled to tho !oi3 tl at is bound to reeult in the closiug of " Well, wo nro too old for tbia nort of Miller cannot fail to see that I'm treat- minister. experience has not taught her anything. this stock, but knowing that there is nothing saved by holding, thing." unid the Judge, leaning Imok ing yon like a Christian that is, as if " But ho will como all tho snmo," said rDcirolt Free J'rctt. we will commence again. " Hut, hneaking of fitting I you were one. Well, I Wgau tho siego tlio Judge. TnxoDonE PAmcnn'a rule for married will have it that way reminds mo of myself. The supplies woro cut off. I " I sup)oso that young lady gave you wns that the wife and husmy attempt at tmicide." retired to my room aiidt refused to eat. a favorable reply," meekly olwerved Dr. happiness in the papern," Raid Gherkinn, That meant a great deal when it is con- Miller, who wanted to hear the conclu- band should overlook ench other's faults. It wim This, however, would not work in Utah, "topping lux funning long enough to sidered that for four years I hnd lived nt sion of tho story. shortcomings increase glanee Kidewnyn at the other. loarding-housc- . a college, It meant " Favorable ? Of course Seo that whero a man's wife, with every new " It won," admitted tho Judge, "but1 moro when 0110 rcmeinlwni that it was lady over the street there ?" Todav to carry out our olject. To friends who have made our business a Miht bad a pair of I ng, it doemt't tdgnify now, over twenty-fivdone for love. Men talk of killing them"Mrs. Barron? Oh, yes I" euccejs so far, and encouraged ub with new hope for the pment year, we ber other hair. Thtj maUhtd 3 enra afterward." selves for tho objects of their nffections, not to consider our present location as any inconvenience, but "Well, sho was Lou Divxter before I And ttrj ulgtt before fbe alrpt " Humph " grunted tlio Colonel. sUirvo-tio- u She bung tbcm on a ctialr. but they seldom, if ever, try tlio come thick and fast; say a good word for us and your friends. "We ned married her. Her 'yes' btopped my Bbe wor brr bangt to reboot one day, "I wo in love, doctor," and the plan. It takes tnie grit for that suicide." you evtry every htur." The goods we offer you 8re Which made ber clawniaUa aore, Judge turned hi faco toward tho min-- sort of thing. Perhaps Uiis btory of " Indeed 1" And blr.U vent round Uut Mirj'i pa uter. mine hasn't tho sentimental fervor that Had worked a dollar f tore. " Indeed. And what is more, in viow " Tliat in what ho thought," olwrved ' animated mc then. It seems now to Tbli kind of talk produced a fuat profession, I'vo never had to of my 7 be teacher took It up ; he C"lt'in'l, with ft cncklu, half cough have Ik'cii nn cxamplo of rather funny starve since." Bbe locked the lungi within ber detk and half laugh. first day was livod obstinacy. Tho Oh full was ilirj'f cup. "With a girl," continued Uarron. through without much discomfort ; tho r.iaiiT sQV.tiii: milks or tuiitles. One evening, at n Paris cafe, a group " Woll mlded " cried Gherkins, second found mo hungry ; tlio third, I Tlio Galveston X w rejwrts tlint be- of idlers were discussing, politics, nnd "Tliough tho tendency of young men was half crazy for food, and tho smell tween Sabine nud Calcasieu, in tlio Gulf From the burning building they were taken to a clean slorc-rooand well peoplo who chongo their opinions. u cared for. Remember our stock consists of in, we know, to fall in love with old from tin Kitchen infuriated mo. I of Mexico, the steamer James Andrews "Well," said one, "I'vo never cried, voinr-iito wonder if I wasn't making a fool encountered a vast multitudo of green "Quito so," 'Long livo anybody.'" "And not, ok you dg l:now, Colonel, of myself." turtles, many of them very large, and remarked ono ; " but then you'ro a docfor young women to full in lovo with old " Yes Yon were tho only ono who had all of them on their Imeks. Cnpt. J. B. tor." men. ' doubts nlKiut it 1" said the Colonel, quite Hodgers, owner of the schooner, states "Wn.vT did Cain say when the Lord " Yonr'e rh old iw I am," hhouted the cheerfully, all things considered. that the schooner was lying on and off, & ashed him whero his brother Abel was?" Colonel. " Meanwhile," continued tho Judgo, and from observation it was estimated teacher of hw nsked a Sunday-schoo- l " Not by fifteen year," exclaimed the " every relative got wind of tlio matter that tho water covered by thebo turtles class. Nono of tho children soko up, Judge. "But you teko my remark n informed an area of eight miles in width and come to hold an suopjwd his jHTMinal." quest. Tho doctor wiw summoned, ain. and ten miles in length. They were all but finally littlo Jimmy " Tlmt'it the way you meant to Ijavo it at last tlio newspHier of tho town came sizes, and not ono being seen in natural fingers and said : " I forgot what taken, I know," growled tho unamiable out with a story, in position. Tho water was literally cov- Cain said, but ho sassed tho Lord back." old mau. An oxchango tells of n young lady which Miss Dexter was, by innuendoes, ered with them. During tho passage "Ho you ought," nnid tho Judge. referred to as tho cause of tlio trouble. among tho turtles, Simnish mnckorel who, six months after a happy marriage, "Hilt never mind that I fell in love, Of this, however, I know nothing. I were leaping high in the air in every di- on being asked if sho was much troubled That meant, to bo miserable. At i!i! one was too busv in scheming to counter rection, as if determined to escape from with cold feet, simpered hesitatingly haw love oh 0110 how tho measlex, sosimplicity react the plots of my friends to force fixxl the sen, giving evidence that either the and with ingenuous "Yc-yes- ; verely, all over, oh a matter of bimiiiefw." into my stomach to care what was being but but they're not n dreadful plied: water underneath was in " When I wa a boy," buddonly began said outstdu of the house. Tho night ol commotion or the sea monsters hod come my own." tlio Colonel. tho third day was a horrible one. It was down on them from some strange sen. i A Javanese audience, when they wish " Why, that is ancient hUtory," cried niado up of a succession of dreams ol Capt. Hodgers is anxious to have nautical to express disapproval of a bad play, do The attention of the ladies is called especially to our new stock of Barron. banquets at which I could not eat onough men explain theso odd phenomena of not his or hoot, or mako any hideous or Tlio Colonel said Bomething in an to satisfy my hunger. tho turtles on their backs and the excite- inconvenient noise ; they merely rise undertone, runl lighted eigar. "Tho next morning I wns out of my ment among tho mnckorel. During his ' and turn their backs to tlio stage, upon " I had always been in lovo with Minn head until noon." nautical career ho never saw anything which tho curtain immediately descends. Ixm Dexter," continued tho Judge. " I "Out of your stomach I Brains hod similar to it, nor did ho ever before- lay In this country the nule portion of th liegiin to Miffcr when I wan in roundnothing to do with it," said tho Colonel. eyes on as many turtles and Spanish audience turn the-- backs to tho stage was a sort of duplox, back-ne- t about, immediately afte) tho curtain descends, "Out of my head," repeated the mackerel. passion. I ntipMn.o Judge. ion, not that they like t lie play s out that "It seemed as though I wa Didn't I, about to cullnpso and die. Everything HOMI'.TlUSa AHOVT MS DAVOIlTKIt, they love cloves more. I'hiladcljihut I made a find of mysolf. Colonel ?" The author is not known, but nil in News. was whirling around and around, when "Decidedly 1" declared that peroon. the door was otHMied and a faco eomo our power will bo done to rescuo him And that of tie gentlemfn to Mauk Twain says tho only introduc" I felt as sure of Lou as I did of my- - into view. It had a familiar look, but at from oblivion by publishing it as foltion to a literary audience that ho ever pelf," tho Judge continued. " But when first I could not tell whoso it was. I lows : " Thero is something about yonr had that seemed to him the right word I came back from college I thought looked and looked and looked, and then daughter," Mr. Waughop said reflectchanged for tho worse. dropped away in n fainting fit. It lasted ively; "there's something about your in the right place n renl inspiration everything had wos as follows: "Ladies and gentleTli' ie wr s no longer that familiarity and for a minute. "Y'es," said old Mr. When I camo to, the first daughter" men, I shall not waste nny unnecessary eoHldcnco that had existed between uh. tliiiiu that met niv enzo was this same Thistlepod, " there is : I had noticed it time in the introduction. I don't know Hi 'f the time when I went to seo her face. Tho eyes hod tho same electrical myself. It comes every evening nt anything nbout this man ; nt least I only alio was either busy or out for tho evengleam as of old; tho lips wero jii'.t as o'clock, and it don't go away usually till engaged with musty old follow seductive in their expression, and tho nbout 2 o'clock. And somo of theso know two things about him ono is that ing, or who had money, but whoso iiamo I won't voice made tho sweetest of music. She nights I am going to lift it all tlio way ho has never been in tho penitentiary, The above are acknowledged the leading goods of the icarket and due notice nnd the other is, I enn't seo why." mention." should be taken. took my thiu faco in her littlo hands and from tho front parlor to the side gate " Musty, Judge ?" howled tho Colonol, looked sodly into my eyes." and seo what there's in it." of tho famous Dn. Gatlino, inventor upriuging to Iuh feet. " Musty ? Ilavo " Fred Fred!" sho whispered. "Dear gun, has just perfected another instru- Hoping you will appreciate our determnition to pull through, we are grate.. euro 1" JUS fully your? , old boy, tell mo what this mcansl" ment of war that is rejwrted to bo most Tooticnl liccuso, I snpposo," in Northern A country shook my head wearily. I complete iirits deadly properties. It is if ho had Bested tho minister. Ho offered "I've been away," sho said, "nud NowY'ork failed in business. capablo of firing 1,000 shots in a minute, eaid moldy" 50 cents on a dollar, and tho there's a horrible story about us in the to sottlo nt the use of tho instrument tlireo ' Just as libelous, just aa infamous nn accepted by some, but re- and by paper about me, I moan that I am proposal was men can do tho work of 300 riflemen. It untruth," shouted tho Colonel, btntnpine fused by ono firm, who commenced legal tho cause of this. Ilavo you seen it?" 's capablo of killing a man or horso ono up and down tho veranda. proceedings against him to recover tho "No, Lou." away. It is somewhat in tho form consider tho remark with-" Oh, well, amount. At tho trial ho was nsked milo "Aro you going to kill yourself, full ono of of tho present Catling gun, but more drawn," laughed tho Judge. " Tlio man tho counsel In what manner ho dear fivco of hers by complete, nnd may bo taken to pieces at was there, all the samo, and kept mo from Fred?" bringing that had kept his books by single or doublo closer to mine. therefore can bo moved about confidential chats with tho girl I loved." entry. Ho replied that they woro not will, (ind " I shall continue to try." easily. Gher- "And ho know it I" chuckled kept in an entry at all, but under the " Why ? What is tho matter ?" A Wflpp wnt burzlnj to his werk and kinfl. if yon counter on tho "You aro tho matter, b y yarioiis thinKi did tackle, h- - tu g " Sho know it 1" said tho Judge, must know," I said, getting desporate, Chenworth, win) lives In and then n dc.' Rni' lu de a r ater cukli ; A man named gravely. "I didn't mind any of these lips so closo to mine, nnd tho llie village of Coivlioy,Ktnpiiiy)wnH horce at laU upin druinrnei'ii cheek be e'led thingH so much ns the story that with her questions coming thick and fast. "Y'ou which he fends In a store three utile din don to drill, he pind.bd ! ere for Imlf an sho was going to marry tho old fox, and aro tho matter." tant for provisions. A note lied to ih ho ir. and then he broke his bill that her wedding clothes woro being parties who bought goods from U3 on crod.it a week previous to f article wanted. I or o'j insne hue a lie! "Mo?" "They nay that absence conquers love That struck 1110 hl:o tho bnll mode. big to his birW. the fire will please repoit same. Our day book containing .these items was " Y'ou." Tl cy are Btr.n'l In but I believe It not," slid a Newj. r y unn from a "Whitworth gun. 'Lou,' I said, destroyed, and wo remember part of our sales I could seo Hint sho wanted to make Tneanliral never Mop I idtble giop', hit man, who had been vbitiiiK a week in a tho first timo I met her after hearing thing i;i ea the whole ditunro nt brink trot. mo tell, and I believe that tho only temperance town acd omilJn't r t whUky, this story, ' is it truo that you're getting asking was that she Wl encowOi,y renn uiauiiooil iliej me a he walked tip to the bar rn called for n ?' naming that kept her from ready to marry this man drink. believed sho know what I had to toll. I bullies. sauci-nes- a uSLT LS C W.P. a. , C' THE! OIliID It XI ijvm . THE FIRE -- well-sho- d V WORTH OF GOODS, s 000 j I I Old-cnbe- rg 1 aei Suisse 899b SACRIFICE 1 . I 11 nth-nee- . k wiv-iige- ly J 11 j e O DAYS! SLAUGHTERING -- ' PHIGES I e 1 1 I NOT DAMAGED. I bo-gn- . 1 Itifbiiigi H?.fc!idl ypipi ante-morte- SHOES, HATS, highly-seasone- d ' 1 j - Gents' Furnishing Goods, Dry Goods, Trunks, Valises, &c. 11 - PHILADELPHIA ( r extra-clasti- c le-- FINE SHOES, fc! BuelTs Celebrated Boots and Shoes. 11 1 JIOOK-KKKVIS- a. Bug-"No- Btorc-keep- er 1 J GEO. H. BRUCE & CO. pot St., Stanford, Ky. 19, '84. ny I salt-barre- Lo-u- , l. At the Old Christian Church, BSy-A- De- 1 a ' "q"- 1 3MCjfiL3FtOI3: afar m Novel-Readi- Made Odious. Stauford, Kj, - Apr U. 1884 ' Padded Women. the California JVeua 2tfw A writer i at the window nay?: ' I remarked a I nil Sao Franci'co women are the that afier seen moi rtlinh .IreMert anywhere to be and and yet to round o alim their figure lsrfeclly in prop:rtIon,aet off the exquisite toilelR admirably. 'Etery woman feemn to have a pretty ships,' I remarked, innocently, 'therefore thereia little credit to you for the perfect fits you mike.' Do Madiiu looked at me in eurpnee: we have, more bother you not know that orcr thess aame Ogurea than making a doren drew en?' he went on. 'A womin no bust, comet here aj flat a a pan c ike anything. 'Here ! velvet and no hip, no brocade,' cay my cuitomer. 'Make me an elegantly fitting dreai and of course you will htve to make my figure first.' 'Then I build up the figure, several sheet of wadding are pinned over tho hip and it ttkoi quite a time to unke the prop er nhnpe. Thfii he iwoiu 01 me comei biinz perfectly empty, ia neatly with more wadding. Wadding is als- laid in the hollow of the chest, where you may my often bury an egg; and having stuffed block, I go to work to fit. The wadding placed on the figure goes iuto the drew and yardi of stiff crinoline arc packed into tho drapery atthebick.' fig'80, then, midam, moit of your fine ures are thin?' , Skin and bone, you mean; and don t I turn them out well?' said the exultant dressmaker. 'Well, you certainly do; but what a they must be to their hus-bin- d when they marry,' I say, reflectively. Well, I should rather think so; the men marry plump young patridgea and find them in the end simply bga of bones.'" . red - A remarkable cue ha just been decided at Brockville. A young woman of unimpeachable character and great person il turned Stimn Horner, had her likenesi taken at John F. Bradley's photograph gallery. MU Horner's father died recently and she supported herli with her were finneedle. When her photograph unlike her that ished they were so ver she iefud to take them. Bradley was very angry and revenged himself by adorning one of the photographs with a moustache and painting a cigar in the mouth The second he decorated with a large pair of red spectaclts and in the third be gave the fice a blotched and disgusting appearance. Then he fnmed the three pictures, wrote same doggerel versjs under them and hung them outside of his studio The village gathered around and much scindal resulted. Bradley went further and circulated disjracefully embellished photographs of the girl amoag the young men of the place. The direct result of all this was a lawsuit, by which Miss Horner recovered 200 damages. The management of the Ohio & Mississippi Railway, during the last few yean, haa been eminently successful, a seen in the ,ct that the Company haa recently been eaabled to tke the road out of the hands of the Court and place it on a pound financial btsis. From April lit the former General Manager, Cipt. W. W Peabody.will ber. in came President and General Manag-full control. The equipment and train service have been greitly improved, and now that oppjrtunity offer, will be perfee'ed in every pirlicular, tbm making tho ''O. & M." the moot desirable liue for travel In ita We can heartilr recommend ths tcrritor n'nln & Misiisiippi Railway to the favora ble attention uf our puroni", for we have tried it ourieUes and know whereof wo SureCjn-ne:tion," npeik. "FaU Time." "Clrse and "Safety and Comfort," are among its maxims and a trial will convince the travtler that thN rjad carries out its proiniei to the letter. Tho inoB. expensive Linl ol false hair ia natural silver white. It is worth $13 or $20 an ounce, more than its wtijht in gold. Bleached white hair is worth only S3 an ouncs. Natural hair of ordinary studes is worth from $5 to $20 a pound, except the hair colo:ted b rag pickers, which brings only from $1 to S3. The value of diflerent colors of hair depend ou tho fashion. not golden, i almost ussless. New York Graphic A western farmer succenalully dwarfs the csige cringe after it has in six or seven years become an efficient hedge, by first clipping to fifteen inchei wide at the base and tapering to a narrow top and then cutting a ditch eight or ten inches deep and within six inches of the hedge. Crops will grow as close as they can be planted or sown. Ttie hedge puts out low, stiff, itub-- b branchei when thui dwarfed, and looks exceedingly neat Some heartier wretch caught two caH, flung them into tied them by the tails and Connecticut church. They the cellar of a of kept pretty quiet until about the middle sermon, when they began to complain, the the and the pastor sternlr remarked, "Will wait till its services are choir please Yel-lowlu- ir, A bitter wag, made angry by the output of noveU, has devised a appeneiv and malignant antidote for tho declares that he will tite for romance. He write a supplement to every modern love story, to be sold at half price, Betting forth tho matrimonial adventures and experience nf the hero and heroine. The sweet and pathetic maiden with the mild blue eyes and the golden hair Is to be developed into the fat and ruddy throw, with a tendency to quarrel with her husband and row with her servants. The gallant gentle-mawith the longmoutacheand the silver voice is, on his part, to bo ruthlessly pictured marching up and down his bedroom in airy attire, with a squalling baby in his arms, redolent of sour milk and catnip. The will of the rich old uncle.which brings wealth and happiness at the end of the first volume, will be proved a forgtrr in the second. What with the upsetting of every pretty conventionality and the disclosure of the inevitable conditions into which no well-bre- d novelist ever follows his characters, the cynic hopes to make as unprofitable nauseous and pa it is a dark industry. "Among the numerous applications for pensions rcceivid by the Commissioner of Pennions," says the B iston Journal, "ia one sent the other day by an ex soldier, who has discovered an t ntirv ly new ground for relief. He stated that he had no wounds and was not disabled by disease, but while fighting in tho Union ranks at the battle of Antietam be lost his coat, vest ant one suspender. 'The suspender' he wrote, was my only stay and support. Imagine ray dismay when a bullet came along, and lightly scorching my skin ae it paved, cut that last precious suspender clean in two. There I stood, in in the presence of many thousands of men. My emotions cannot be described. You, Mr. Commiv sioner can imagine them. I am certainly entitled to a pension for the wounds given to my feelings on that occasion. Possibly you may not decide that a large pension should be given me, but, at least, I ought to have erjough to keep me in strong, reliable suspenders all my life." n novel-reading novel-writing -- A Di9ArroiNTED Editor The remis sion by Governor Knott of the fines of that Greenville druggist who turned his drug store into a common tippling house, and sold whisky in open and shameless violation of the local option law, is without exctue and indefensible. He made mighty pretty promise! while peeking the nomination about upholding the majesty of the law, and rermitting justice to lake its course unobitructed by the executive prerogative, but it seems that he now has no regard for them. There is not a miti gating feature in this case. It wes a de liberate violation of the Jaw, made for the purpose of enjoying the profits of an illicit r monopoly. We regret this action of Knott. We believed in him most implicitly. We have been grievously deBreckenridge New. ceived. Gov-erno- The Northwest a Failure. Those farmers who are unhappy becamo thoy are compelled to stay on their comfortable farms aud whii are nlai desiring OF ALL to find abetter place onjelireelse,ihould and find relief in knowlnc thai ruin awaits them fn the far Northwest. An exceedingly gloomy report conies from Manitoba to the effect that hundreds of FOE KANA1TD BEAST. farmers are ruined, not by the poor crop?, but by the inability to dispute of their TVimnw ll,nn n f lilr.1 ft. ti rflnfnrvflm grain at cost of seed and hired labor. Oats Ucxlra)MutAtiff LlnUneiitiinatHHrn jI known to millions ull ovwr tho world ns have been sold at 7 cents a bushel and tho ouly nafo rollnnco for tho roller of I u'CMiunu) ami limn, n is u uiixuoinoi wheat at 70 cents und oiw large farmer.who nbovu prloo and prntso tlio ! of It I it hid. Jt'or very form of cxtcmiU puln i unwisely rented a large farm, declares he UUO would have been "money into pocket" had to his standing graiu and he put a match consumed it, as he could not get back the JMnstnnf: I.lnlmont is without on equal. actual cost of harvesting and threshing. It I It T)netrU Ileih nutl muscle to would be a "cold day" for many farmers the very bone making tho conftnu-- l Banco of nntn und innjitnmnUon Imnos- now comfortablv fixed when they who are Jslblo. Itarrfcctsupoiilluinun Vloilinndl rrnunn uru equally wonuvr-)ltul- . go to a new country without timber, shelter Tho Maxtcan 40 beor fuel and find the thermometer at low zero and the wind blowing 50 milea au ' hour. Liniment Is needed by somebody In The statement of the South Kentudian every liotiso. Kvory dny brlnra news of that the editor of this paper is picking the Kffouy urnii iwrful rnttl or liitni in mibduud. of rheumntie ltiurtrrc re flaws in Got. Knott' administration stored, or a lullc horaa or px n saved by Uio hoalliig power of tiuJ not warranted. The Ktnluckian ii if it thinks that the defaults of his administration are to be conducted, if any such exist, which we trust insy not which speedily euros auch nllmonts of now or ever be the case, because our friend tho Ul'JJAN FLLdU M us for a position in niituniKtltm, Nirelllnf;!. Otlrf saw fit to recommend Joints, Catitraxtfil Jttuaclei, Ilnrni Gov. Knott's cabinet. That should Lave nnu rvraiui, cult, urillaen and tiirntnt, l'nliono" ttltri , nttri The no bearing one way or the other. Mlii3,rir-.--HtlfTiirit, Old , those Sores, Itilalns. T'ro' Hue friends of any public mau are feorti ?Vulr, tn . .ntt, unit who gently crltciee those acts that seem to tudeetl every form ui hatcriMl It hrnls Mllhout tears. be wrong, or point in a wrong direction, ror tho liacrn Ciuutiox it ruroa ftiirultts. Siwlunr. Mtirr Joints. that he may take note of public feeling, ISnuiiiler, Tinniest Sorrs, HoofSeati, and heed the sentiment when once it is Itot, SJeretr Worm. liiouovr Horn, rtcratclirt, ivinu-Ignlt- a, expressed, if it is in his power to do so. flpnvlt), Thrush, ItlnglKme, Mil Horrs, lNill Krll, Kllm upon Public men are sometimes constrained to tho flight anil every either ulliuent do things that they really do not want to which file cuiaiila of tho Stable antl SJlock Vnnl are liable. to do, and are glad when public sentiment Tlio Sleilean Muataiie I.liilment nlwaya curt unit uovnc illaujvuiau j them to call a balt.-Louienable end U 13, poe.tlvcy, Democrat. A Rttlimore man who keeps live chick ens, rabbits and Guinea pigs on hand, ready OF ALL for a call for "snake food," opens the sea son's campaign with this enake story. "One day, while a party were out bunting m Brail!, the guide came rushing back and reported that in front wa a enak sixty Ht 703 MA2T OS B3AST. feet long, a) r. proved, me nwruwr ingjust swallowed a deer, but was unable to bolt the horns, which were still sticking, out cf the snake's mouth. The pirty ad-! ! ! vanced cautiously and were about to fire, when the snake sprang forward and struck It. the guide in the breast with the stag's ant rVelszrrat anxiety fir lh pepte of Stsnfinl ami MdoId lo lere, crushing him to a jelly. Before the! fur litem ountjr snJ (iromiMi withdo lb In fair thin either hltu If they will Itmire Tbe !odan A I.tocstblre. Imiiranre Co., of could repeat the attack, a bullet reptile are I.I K),il. or LIerwI, whiw from one of tha guns of the party killed . 171, or Th Itijsl. ol t.lerp'i'. nU him. He was coiled up and ciriicd by j The Lsncitblre, of Miruhtr, aiwn orer the tiirtv to the nearest town and shipped IIV pnmiie I , iiJwKi front iUiy of , . . ... :,i. i. ;!.!. .mi to rlio, where i.e is sun on rxiuiimuu, nu anjvtll nMiiiA'Kiaiiufy i iul J'lfi lime Write tn him or rill uo hlcu at Ijticwler, Kj. the horns still protruding from his moulb. THfi BEST MI'NX PAT ENTtf ,e Wrights Indian VeqetablePills liniment: MEXICO Mar, (''iiyrlRlits. for tlio liilll ftnii. (Nnaiit.ii Rmtanil, run co. uermany, etc Haml II k ai yer'eti-rlrin-I'rf'enM ont fre. PatrntaobtalnntthmiiiliktUNN A CO arn'lo.1 InlliertriKNTiric ammucan, the Uttwt. tea, ami i.it itlilolT circulated trlentlllo am) patrInterestlnc In. flaik rer. Weeklf rrtendM ennilnB foniMtl.in. ppodmen copy of tha Hrleutlric Ainer- lei (IiIitm MUNN S CO , HrlLiamC lit friMi. wiuicam omco.a:t llroaJ, vw York. Thlrty-aeren & CO, of tho FcntXTirii' AMUiiiriv. iv ,. Inuittuart iia JV)lct.irsf'ir I'ntents, Oim-u- t . Bale to tnkc. being putrly TCffetnble: no grip l,rlieHM'ta AtH)rU3lX. Inir And nl. Bilious Complaints LIVER roit TIIK NXElHM IIUSE I hare rented the rornsr Hotel In Crab Orchard, known aithn I'arrls Home, n fitted and refurnished It and irooo to run It In flrit'clais style, giving special attention to transient cistom. low merclal travelers will Hml splendid sample ropmi for the dliptay ol their RJu and arrwuiuiodatlona 1 will equal to any IlouiR I'i lentril Kentucky alio Iiito chargo of the l.tvery Htable and will always keep It aupplleil wllh fait bortea and fine turiouta. This will noflnlerfrre with uiy K1 THCQREAT Through Trunk Line Furniture and Undertakers Trado, As I iball co tlnue to keep a lull line tf the Ixxt Furniture and be ready at all times to serve those nulln. ... bi,.l.u In tt nfll. r.ll.rllV JlJ-J- MUSTANG J. If. ttTKI'ltKSN, Crab Oicbard iCy MYERS HOTEL, E. 'J Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled SHORTEST mis-take- liniment STANFORD. KY. Propri II. BUUNSIDE, High Imputation, AN AN0 Lot QUICKEST ROUTE mou iv ii it vi tiic This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains ita Its Propriotor is Determined that it Shall bo Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. litigate free of rharte. rrtal arroniinodatl lo Comnerrlal Travelers. The Harwlll always supplied with the eholctsl L. brands of l.lgson sal Clears. will b Jacksiiuvl'l., SOUTH & WEST PULLMAN CARS K VR Mnntgom.ry Atlanta havanoab, tie t. - Itoek, 'it)il and NtwOrlvans. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA Id Palace Cars Without I'hange ' A 'i itl-Irn- K. PatacCars wlthonlchaogs Seeking horrea CMIPPAWTC line ol this toadonv.the I.I LiYllUnpir) I O receive spaclai low rates See Acatt ol thlt (onipmj tat tales, roultl A. Ac.orwilte. C P AT Orlf G, T Croat Loolavllls Id SHORT LINE TO THE EAST eoavtyad to aad fro tbe 4 til louirvine, .r. U ville THE BEST SUFFERERS Prom ?tervatia,Chronle andHlrMMl IHttaira, train and Hears AiTrcllunt,nU I. una;., Mrrvsua lrbllllj. ItrnheM Ihsn g'wuall. sniinaiaand iv caineii or tue stitiisrja.iiiaa tier A t'rtuarj Oraiivni.asV your Druitisllor Traaa Mark. MKBWIN'r.NI'ECIS'lC, The (Jroat HnglUli Itcmcdj, NIMENTS 1 Fire Fire Fire I(IX.AIItl a!s Is a tlltve cure for Weak Memoof llraln ISiwer. Nervous ry. Weiknes. Kibausllon, Iuiotency. and lieneral Ixist of l'uwerol the Generative Organs, n,l .11 iliwin that follow ai a at- Bifore liking, qnrnce ol 'oullifiil Impr jdence oi siuh Tra4MartU theeiciaul lua uirl Jrsrs, tu te.l'aln almviral Us-tt-of Vm I'trm-theha , Olmnr I. re Old Age andvutny otrer( that lei.l to lliaoltv ar In all cues of Keiille Wriknru thn HiwclDC acU IU. a cbirni. rettortuf lixaor fsdlnc vigor, glvln to the eye a brilliant u" BOOTT'M Xa. OllAH. W.itcirie II, woiid itujwxiD NO. C0CA.BEEFMR0N 1IL00D. ItltAI.N A' KUVKTOMC. If roar Drutsi.t do, not ae.plta.kbtm taard.rtl . par botll. t'uea.HFf r and Iron f.rroa (ireale.t DlMov.rr ol I. A I flVltla XhCMlioriia, u ftt H. lM0-- l y In. Mllral molxslnM. rot ramrhl.t, with fail particulars, addre. OHAa.W.SOOTT M.D., KnneneCltr, Mo. rte Dr. SCOTT a Limit V1S.LH. lo thecbeel andii'trkllo the roy dloouui of hiallh. AfttrTaking. arMerwin's St .Specific mill, povtsge frrv, on re elpl if pr.ee which "ill b aarV'ull ptrlli-iilir- . In Ad.lrrat all iuille-- frtx) to every app!l stit )' manuiteturr. to the , v t package, or ill packages Ii aUI tiy alt DrutgUta at for Also by "aTCoarox 1MUTJB." Louisville, New Albany & Chicago I)ruu( 8oM InKtsiford by to jiv mix jtf.im Caustal'lty, 'very hete l'nny A MtAlliter sod all r ik Railway. Palace TO Mo. Bishop Kavanaugh. the great Metbo diet divine, who die I in Mianiwippi, last week, was preaching one time when quite a young man, and after the sermon no one of all the rich people in attendance invited him to dinner, when he was about to go home hungry an old colored woman asked him to dine with her. Some years after, when be wan a Bishop, he preached at the same church, when invitations to eat saviry dinners showered in on him, but he declining, saving: "I see an old colored woman back in the church, and shall dine with her." It was the same old woman who had entertained him before An Eaatern Shore exchange haa a cor-- , respondent who writes thus about 6 fellow who broke his engagement with a girl be ( had been keeping up of nighU lor a long time: "Of course he haa no heart, but what there ia of him ought to be kicked tn death by jickannes, and we would willingly be one to lend a helping foot. In these days of sbatn and pretense, and wolves clothed in high Und wool, it is not ( often you can get a man to come rigtit out in print and acknowledge that he is only a n simple, trusting, sad eyed jackna. I Pullman tiiu o,v;,v mkk r.us.si.sn Carsl AND SOLI!) THAIS H " CELEBRATED US LOUISVILLE CHICAGO tSTlRQU WT- SriccuL NoTic.-.rAMng- rs Irom tbe Cnoi-v'I- e Kranob of U A N K, it arrive lo Loulivtllt In lime to lake tbe evening train of the Mooot Koute" and ao tbroiub lo UrecncaHtlp, - fl TOIIO FACTS RECAflDIKa I (rarrrordmlllc, Lnfujetlc ana cniragu mmoui cnanKc TIME TAIILK oTAUU.S.1. lally. . laly. Lve. Art. Oreencastl Ixulnllla..... 7 I 01 liSUavSP'9'',V y " mVm " " Chicago tjfst.lt. rrtaforJsvltle . . a ui J J 03 a ni 7 41pm lUpn I llini 4 It n JO a in 8 60 p m IKm pra 01 Trancript. A Homzo.vrAL Well. David Hills, of Ipawick, N. II., desiring lo supply himself with water, resorted to a most success fnl expedient. He reasoned thus: "If my neighbor at the top of the hill obtains water by digging sixty feet, why may not I obtain the same by running a ahaft into the side till I reach the same point? He acted ujxju the obvious conclusion, and made a horizontal well, which not only supplied a perpetual stream to his houte without the trouble of drawing, but afforded a most ample and capital cellar for the acd other articles storage of butter, cheei-eboth heat and cold." from , The largest producers of tobacco are the States of Kentucky, Virginia, North CaroThe quantity prolina and Tennessee. &ITTEBS ... us ......... inr i.i.nm. iiirioiie i'i .1. M....I function nrc u i tliidiu-- uriifciirit thrv iiei-i- l toning in live In tlii.- line Hi Winn .it II sicmicli ilitieis, u Inn suiting n. linen ...i t KmlHjs. n ., iht-i- r .... an .. Mit-rli-- to"What are the religious papers doing directing souls heavenward?" Is the ward title of an article in a pious contemporary. adWell, we know for one thing, they are medicine and cheap vertising patent N, by the column, at half rates. Y. Commercial Advertber. A Single Box of Merwln's Specific, The Great English Remedy, will prove to any Bufferer from nervous prostration or weakness of the genatlvo organs, that it is the best and cheapest medicine ever sold for & this clisa of disease. Sold by Penny A lister. Mc . duced during 1882 was 513,077,533 pounds, itrown on 071,522 acres, or about 1 000 square mile, and valued at $13,189,051 The average value was 82 5 cents a pound, or $G4 32 per acre. This is more profitable tlmu wheat or earn growing would be in the same districts. In 183 this country exported tobacco to the vnlue of On the opening of spring work many and imported to the value farmers would do well to open accounts, or over 50 per cent of our fxpo'ts. fix a price on your own labor, and that of on your farm, and The appointment of a young woman as a each hand and keep an accurate reckoning of days' work, deputy sheriff in a Pennsylvania county nd use, of seed, imsuggests a rather novel and interesting vo- cost of horses' feed of recation for women. There is no reason, un- plement, Ac. A simple Rtattuieut and exteuditure throughout the less it be physical inferiority, why a woman ceipts to know how should not discharge the functions of a dep season will enable the farmer he is prospering, and "going it blind" is uty sheriff as well as a man doe. And if either for farmers or she happened to be a really pretty deputy not a wise paces', speculator sheriff there would bo no danger of anybody's resisting arrest, except lmrdtned ofWild Westeun Jouhnali8M. The carrot which edit the Salt Lake Herald, lsto fenders of her own sex. from the Fiji Islands, should A Western woman writes a pleasant importation be ealted down. He is too fresh for this letter telling how, years ago, ehe learned the saving grace of a the budding and grafting of fruit trees. country, and even endowment robes, soaked in the She hated teaching, and persuaded her fa- new set of church, will not ther to let her help bhn in his fruit nur- sacred grease vats of the of abilitfrom the Buffice to conceal his plentiful lack sery. She had excellent success amount of misinformation beginning, and afterwards learned "all the y- Bnd the vast be has accumulated. niceties of grafting, from an orange tree and bad character Butler (Mon.) Inter Mountain. down to an apple root." She found the business both pleasant and profitable, and It is said that Elia Webb, who was one which women could work at as well as convicted in the United Slates men. Court on the charge of passing counterfeit "Yes" she said to her escort as they money, failed to cut any teem during cuuu-hooglided around the rink, "I do love roller. and grew to manhood by gumming skating. When we are sailing around this his grub. During the war he found that way, my very soul seems to be floating he could not manage bard tsck with bis " By tome toothless gums, acd obtained a set of false away toward heaven, and Courier-Journamistake in the programme at this point, teeth. both of her soles floated away toward A Dallas, Tex., man haa lost three heaven, while the rest of her emote tho daughters by elopement this winter. Ho earthly floor with a mighty smite. !onk so aatisfied with himsell that the Charles Barrett, of Aabburnham, Mais., girls are beginning to euspect that he fur- took out a $1,000 policy in 18 16, when he niahea the rope ladders niuiatu. uniia. t. He is now ninty-slx- , and Call. was company has just sent him a check for the A Chlcaeo man has discovered a won the full amount, with the explanation derful force that is going to supplant the that he has outlived the mortality table, ateam engine. It is proDauiy a motive being the onlj member of that company, nnwer caused bv confining boarding house or of any other in the country, who haa butter in a strong iron box. Chicago Sun. thus beaten the record. 511,-77559d, l. fifty-eigh- It will pnrlfy and enrleh the Ol OOD.remlste the LIVCn and KIDNEy8.aa-iltIjT0lii.1JIHEALTH anrt VIOOU of IO."lt, dUeae reiulrlnaerlalnanUAppetite Indites-lioetpeclallr t)pep.la.Vanlor use Is niark.d I..I.U or BlrentU.. Willi liumedUIn and womltful rriul'i. Ilones. niutclet and lirric rcirlio ln- force. Lnllvcns tbe mind and supplies llraln l'oi-SUITerllig Iruui all complaints a a norullar to their six will And In cure. It glicaa rlesr andlieattiiy coiiipleiloii. Tlio Urunmul tr.llniniiy In tho value or I'll. that rre.ueiitalteuiptc IlAIITKIl'4 Iimw 1UMI at (ountcrMllnrlaif ruly added in the popular H) ilealr I'es'.lti of the original If ' on lit The most direct route, wllh only one tbangeof ears, te all polnu In Wlarooiln, Mlnoeaota, Iowa Kor further luforuisllon. addreaa Nebraska, Ae MUUHAY KKLLKK, U. I' A , 114- Louisville, Ky Ulls - n, r LADlCO KENTUCKY -- CENTRAL R. II T- O- do nut rxptriiiiiiil-g- et Ht.lA.ils. Ihu OlilulNAL '' -- THE M08T DEdlllABLE t ai HOUTE A.MJ IISST -- ui,. rh atinuil.itiiij; mint- itln.i , n,rt of r.--- rrlli-- l .1 t' ji- in I iiir,iii-ii-"-i- i. L'si-- It Mltll ll nl httr Iiiiii n.il iuu nlhr oiircs , IrRllllinly. uuil Denier i.ile hy ull ts KOiithIIv DriU-'U- Tim nml riiiilliiitliin. In it oilur inirnU tf ullol ilniui ana u.iuiioi.iiDaiioii,iiM. Dr. Hartcm's Iron Tomio is tort 8ali or au nniUWHTA AH3 UCALVnS I.VIHYWMI.HE. Ma., far our "ORKAM BOOK." B CINCINNATI! dove, And decidedly tbe Popular Itoule, affording, as II leu changes and superior accommodations to THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL, UVK, rnoGitiasivE, ONLY Missouri, Iowa, Kamai, Texai, Tbe North, Nortliweat and West. In fact, tf you cutue uiplate a trip in any dlrwtlon, your luteresl will be beat served by purchasing your tickets via K. C. and Cincinnati, l'ullinaa I'alare t ati, New Day Coaches, and tundeomely furti.ih. Itecllnlng Cbalr Cars lorrn the UDcjuslod this Old llellable, thereby making a trip over this lino one ol luxurious comfort and pleasure. Try It. TIME TABLE. IN EFFECT KOVKMUEIt 18, UU Time herein la 20 minutes (lower thin lluit herettfrre given. Kle-ga- foil'i.ak. YEAR. Tho Cheapest and llcat Family Ncwipaptr In tho Houth. $.00A iv. v W; KTO AH Corner Atrl'ulturil r.eplmnt-'hiMr- n,i Compute Msrktt li.poru ptrkliag Mwesl Urn j Thrilling tliries. INTERESTING, INSTRUCTIVE, USEFUL, To Old and Toting alike. ths Kew Butocribs for It. -- a. SFLBirnriD'oprEiw THE THE IXTKHIOK NTEA.1I JOUKNAZi JOIJ OFFIOU Does )V )ry'Klnl of PrintiiiKitl Hy prlccH. W. P. lVAIIO.,PJOI. $1.25. Ths Vi Watetbury Watch, Ptem Winding, Nleklii Cut, lisnilsome, iluraMe and wsrrsnte-- to keep perfect timo. ULTAIL 1'llKK TIIK WOULD OVKU, KM. FOR ONE YEAR AND THIS THE COMMERCIAL WATCH FOR ONLY S3.B0, THE TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. The Waterbury Watch Company fm a NMInnsI repumaking tho belt cbeap Walch in the Worll, tation for not one is if nl from the Factory without having ten run for ait days and carefully regulated. It runs 77 hours wllh one winding, and will last fur years. Tola Is the Farmer's Wstch, the Miner's Watch, thn T.eborer's Watch, the Boj't Watch, tho (school Ulrl's Watch-- In fact, tTsrvbodyt Watch. upon rrc.ipi oi m.wm regisirrea letter or money order, ths U'.l.l. Hill be forwarded K. mall or eipresi wim cnargos prepaiu, ana ins iuniiwiwia.u win mailed regularly for one year, postag frat. $1.25. Twice a Week. Change of icbedulo arrived too late for contc tlon laitn'ght. l'astencor train leavot Stanford at 9ilo a. u., arrives In Ixlugtun ol 12.50 acd tbeuce to Ouvlng ton nt ;2J f. ii. Itetiirnlng, leires Cincinnati at 2 p. u., arrrlvlng at Stanford at 9 45 p. u The Best, Newsiest and Cheapest Newspaper in tho South ONLY 3.SO, The n Semi-Week- ly Post. EreryboJy itiou'd take It, It lvoi tho latest weeknews ilaj-- t In miTSDConf the lies and far less money It is UKMUCItATIC, hut In politics. It tho same time INDKt'KNDKNT contains tbe best news summary: tlio best reading nutter; the best editorials and the best market report all tor only SIJO" per year. Sond for Specimen Coplos. ETtry farmer, ercry merchant, every trader must hare it. Subscribe at ante. Ilemembcr, you get 104 papers 'and double the reading matter glreobyan ordinary weekly, for Jl.un and It comes to you twice a week. Hand tbe money to our agent lo your county, or remit direct tn us. Addrcsj TUE LOUISVILLE I'OST. 218-Louisville, Ky. tj Spooial Ratos to Emigrants. Ume, oonnectlona, ANOTHER OFFER. For a Club cf twelve HubtcrlUra to tba WEEKLY COMMKIK.TAL aud tin cellar up cf tha Club will to presented, sit charges prepaid, with on. of tho Wstchet, which will cost Ki.suauy where and tvtry where. BtnJ for sample copies aud go to work. Ad trass For tickets, ratet and Information pertaining to tlil, Ac, call on or addreaa IV. B; McltOBEUTrt, O.W.BENDEn, Stanford, Ky, Oen'l I'aat. i, Frt. .lit-- Aqknt. HuperlnUudenL O.L. BROWN, THE COMMERCIAL, QEO.U.McKINNEa'.Tnrr.M. KY. Covington, LOUISVILLE, AFrt. Aft. tJUolerd, Ky.