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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884060601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi VOLUME XIII. Stnu-SitfchIiriicrioroiir- Mi imlefiif lonftml STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 256. 1 00 12 60 CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTh J. II. HtilcbingH closed down his dia W. P. WALTON. rubHnhrtl TitCHdavii ami .()( fi-tiln- XJEIt ANNUBl to When pall itrtetlr In advanc. If w hat wait tor lira, S2.no will b charted. To the Editor of the IxTKitoa Journal, HTAMroiiD, Jnne 1th. For the bineflt of a number of people in Lincoln and (lr-rar- d counties, we ask you lo publish the following statement, because there are some sharks who are claiming that they an succeed a agents and attorneys, In s tabliahlDR the rluht of certain parties in Lincoln to a share and iliitributlon in the Carpenter estate, and also of certain parti to a like distribution in the We hare been for a Ionic time in correspondence with Mr. Jatnr Uiher, of New York city, touching thee ettate. and he baa sent ui bin pamphlet which In rer instructive and In which he kItm the pedigree of the very extensive Carpenter family. Mr. IMier hi been em. ployed by certain heirs of the Carpenters to investigate their claim to an enormous estate amounting to some $'200,000,000, in England, which they were Informed could be secured by the proper leal proceeding The St. Louis GloU Democrat quolicg from the pamphlet say " that the Impre. slon that such an estate exltled has led to the formation of several associations of the Carpenter fsmily, and more or le money has been paid to dishonest atlornrts or agents to recover it. Mr. Tsher appear lo 1m i thoroughly honest and detrrminrd man and ho ha given all the circumstance! cf the case a careful examination, in the course of which he has collected a general fund n( informs-tio- n bearing upon the drliiiv claims of its class. The Carpenters ate given to ui.it r..n.l thai this property wa left by certain Wm. Carpenter, who died In London in 1700 at the age of ninety-seven- , and that he bequeathed it by will to his American heirs. Mr. I'sher' .bowed that there was no such c ii, eh. eery or anywhere else, and tht nn suru a man as the William Carpenter m Km l ever existed, and that if he had lived and left the estate as asserted, there would be no way of recovering it owing to the statute of limitation". Mr. I'.her ascertained facts pertaining to the truet funds in chancery the same in lh. Dink of Knglsnd, and ex hatisted the information to be found in the public records with reference to estslsa of the description Involved. He consulted with English solicitors before he commenced his examinations, and these asatued him that to their personal knowledge he waa on a chase. He believed them, bat bent on sifting the whole iwind-linbusiness to the bittom, persevared until he has unearthed and verified the methods of the imposters who thrive on gulling sanguine people, mostly American, with the prospect of inherited wealth. He found the individhal who bid set the Carpenter expectants, whom he rep resented, to believing that the mone could be secured, and speedily ascertained him to be a liar and a generally comprehensive scoundrel. He found also ether swindles of the same nature going on and duly sets forth his discoveries in hi pamphlet for the edification of his employers, the in particular and other people in general. "It Is evident," he says, "that the sum claimed for recovery in these cans would bankrupt any nation on eaitb." He sets forth the following list of phantom estates which have been a source of revenue for claim lawyers for many years, with n table showing their supposed value and the number of heirs among whom tbey will be divided when recovered: Anneke Jans, 1,000 heirs, $317,000,000; Hiker, 87 do, 5250.000.000; Hir Hugh Moalier, ?i!00.000,000; Chsduiick, .1 do., $.17,000,000; Edwards, 100 do., U0.000.000; Joseph Wilson Ingroham, Hyde, N. 0, "00 do., $12,000,000; Hyde, Ann, 150 do., $300,000,000; Hyde, llrook-lyn- , in Garrard Jennings eslata. rerch" wild-goos- e g Car-pent- er 1 do., $5,000,000; Jennings, 1,835 do, S 100,000,000; Hedges, $250,000,000; Kern, 100 do., $200,000,000; Leak, $100,000,000; Mackey, 1 do., $10,000,000; Merrill, 30 do , $15,000,000: Shepherd, 15 do., $175,000,000; Trailer, 201 do., $200,000,000; Townly Chose, $I,S00,O00,0O0; Townly Lawmicc, 1.000 do., $500,000,000; Vun Horn, 23 do, $1,000,000; Webber, SO do, $50,000,000; Weis., do., $20,000,000; Win. Carpenter, $200.000,000. G. II. McK. 1 tillery on the 31st nil. Mrs. Samuel Jones has bren quite low of typhoid fever for some time and is still In a precarious condition. Mrs. Gormley can beast of the finest garden in town. She is now eating Irish potatoes and jcm grown by her this season, that lays over any of our male gardeners. Judge W O Hansford boasts of the finest cantelnpe patch In the neighborhood. He has some 200 hills and they have begun to run Wo shall cull on the Judge about the first of August. T. II, and J. R. Carson are opening several rnlts wells nn their lands and as they are not in the ring tbey think they have struck a sms.ll fortune, as salt are current here at 50 cents per pound, Jim Dlllinn is all smiles since he heard that the bill making Crab Orchard a local option town did not piss and a change is also perceptible in several other visages that I could mention, bnt space forbids. A.M Hiattsoldto a Swiss rcttler a young horse iot $100. Hunly Singleton sold to another a plug work horse for $80; they were both by Hiatt's "Joe Stoner," vhich accounts for the very liberal prices paid for them. Armp is now very sorry he parted with "Joe" as our new neighbors are partial to his stock, hut he was bound lo have some lightning rods. Joe is gone but Armp has the lightning rods. Corn is generally backward in this section, but Hunly Sioglelon has 20 seres that is an exception. It was a piece of s sod that had not been In cultivation for 25 years, it is now knee high and not a bill missing. If it good season it is estimated by good jddges to make 20 Mils., to the acre. It is no wonder we are having so many new settlers when our lands will make suchresults. Meadows are generally looking very fine, hut some are complaining of a good deal of client. We had the pleasure of attending the closing extrcises of our high school Tuesday niicht and were highly tntcrliined. The large ball at the Cjlltge was filled with the patrons and friend of the tchool. The programme was n Ion one and the clock in the lower struck 12 bifure it was finished, but no one seemed to tire. I'rof. Hice, the principal, and Miss Lillie Lyter, bis accomplished assistant, should indeed feel proud of their labors. They certainly have the thank and good wishes of the President and trustees and I am confident, of each and every patron. Space forbid the mention that each and every pupil so justly merits. I did not get in in time lo hear the Snlutatory by Miss Lula Stuart, bul it was spoken of by those present as a fine ptoduclion. "One Hundred Years From Now," a declamation by Henry Pet-tu- i is deserving of mention. "The Three Little Mushrooms," by three very little girls, Misses Steger, Sigler and Howard, was cute and showed training "The Moneyless Man" by Jonjh Kice was finely delivered and the reply by Misi Miggie Dtichanan was equally good. "Rock of Ages," song and declamation by Mies Nannie Kennedy was good and elicited considerable applause. 'Fandango" wo well performed by Missses Singleton and Itobin and Messrs. Ward, Henry l'ettus, Sleinhiles and Will White. A song by Misses Katie James, Lear Sieger, Minnie Myers and Era Huchanan was well received. A declamation, "People Will Talk," was well delivered by Mies Ida Pettus. "Vacation Fun" was well performed by all, but Ktte James deserves special mention. "Hiding in the Cars" was well recited by Miss Ilelle Sigler, and the answer was well delivered by Will White. "The Gambler's Wife" was recited in concert by some young ladies and w very nicely done. "Guilty or Not Guilty" was recited by Misi Eva Huchanan and elicited much applause. The participated in by all the young lady pupils, was the finest performance of the kind I ever witnessed, Hnd the drill by the young ladies, eacli carrying a broom, was perfect. "Index of Light," recited by Ilobl. Davis, brought down the house, and the puns be got oil' on seveial of the audi ence were splendid and tho one on Pete Chandler was n dead'ner; ask Pete what it The Valedictory, by Mis Maggie was. Buchanan, was highly complimented and deserved tho applause it elicited. There are others that deserve special mention, but I have already drawn out my letter (03 long and hope they will excuse me. blue-gras- ia The cost of the Kimball Hottee at a, Georgia, will be about $700,000, appropriated as follows: The ground $200,-00the building $125,000, furnituro $SM,. At-lant- 0, 000. Four churches In Montreal now use tho electric light. If your face, neck and liscdi are sunburned or Inllatued, bstho tbem with l'.iplllon Skin Cure; It will allay Hie Inflammation Instantly. Foraale atMcRobsrlsAStagg's, If you have a cold In your hcaJ, been In a draft and have ths remit of your Imprude nco annoying your comfort, lmutllate with a few application! of Pnplllon Catarrh Curo and you will be rolloved at once. For salo by McRoberta A Stsgg. We have hearJ of uih inarvelou cure of roughs In children nnd adults aa Paplllon Cough Cure products. You should have a bottle In your homo In enw of need. For sale at McRobert A atagg'i. When David Ted was covercor cf Obi a Columbus dentist once cime to him and aiid: "Governor Tod, why do you not spell your name with two d'? I spell my uamo that way, nnd I find on examination ofgencalogic.il records that the most eminent members of the Tod family spelled their names Todd." "Well, you see,' said the governor very gravely, "the Almighty gets along with oho d in His name and I belicvo 1 can get along with one d In mine." Sono or A Fat Man. Hand me down my summer duster, bring me out the big gent fan, let that julip be a "buster," chuck in all the ice you can. Take away my big bicycle, put me in a frozen hole; tickle me with an icicle bigger than the N. Y. Journal. old North Pole. The clothing men are gradually coming upon tho time when they will have to give an improved farm of 100 acres to every purchaser of a suit of clothes. The Washington Monunnnt. At the rate of progress made last year Lancaster. Hickman Dunn, a colored youth of tho shaft will be completed by December, H or 16 years of age, accidentally shot 1885, aya a Washington correapondant, himself through the heel with a musket It will then have reached the bight of 655 What a place for the American while, hunting near town one day last week. feet. feet highThe collections at the Internal Kive-nu- e Eagle to roost onl Eighty-seveollice at this place for month of May, er than the spire of the Cathedral at Straa-burforty-fou- r feet added to the tower $131,125 14. No. of gallons produced In of the cathedral at Cologne; St. Peter's at district during the month 108,710 taxable Rome "seen" and 107 feet "gone better," gallons. No. of gallon exported 980,003, The Shooting Club meets ererj Friday while that miserable little pretension of evening on the Hiker place, near the ceme- a Milan cathedral, with its 355 feet from tery They are practicing with a view lo the pavement to the top of the Madonna's challenge some of the neighboring clubs. head, I absolutely nowhere in this race Several of the best marksmen will euler toward the sky. Cheops and King Shafra, sainted mummies at one time resting at Louisville for the $5,000 prize. their clumsy old pyramids, W. S. Ferguson, of Covington, is back again on business ana is' endeavoring to would, If they had not been rudely disprocure a convenient residence until he turbed by some of the Masptro tribe, can erect a building on his farm purchased burst their bondage with envy, and turn of Joe Weisiger last fall. He intends to in their grave with disgust at the thought bring his mother's family here soon to that barbarians in n distant land built higher than they did. That architectural spend the summer. Mrs. C. S.Nield lectured in the Pre. "extravaganzi," the Cologne cathedral.witb byUrian church in this place last Wednes- its pinnacles, of what earthly use are its day evening to a large audience and at the tapering, prickly looking spires? Can anyclose of the services organized a Woman's body sit with comfort on top ol them? Christian Temperance Union. Mrs. Fowle Just contrast them with the Washington was elected President. The Union will monument! At the hight of 500 feet the hold weekly meetings in the basement of American eagle will be able to squat with perfect ease and dignified security on the Presbyterian church. square feet. Plenty of room there J. A. nnd A. O. Burnside have conand ample accluded to build a tobacco warehouse on the for his brood of thirty-eigh- t Hopper lot adjoining the Male Seminary commodation for any increase in the which will be 100 feet long, 49 wide and family no doubt about that. What a CO high. It will take over 76,000 feet of satisfaction it must he to him to know lumber to build the same and will be the that he sits on a chimney weighing more largest in Central Kentucky. Workmen than 75,000 tons, and costing $800,000. have finished excavating the cellar for the A Revolution in Fishing. Higginbotham building in the Northwest "I saw some experiments in a European corner of the public square. This will be aquarium some months ago," said the fiih a large brick agricultural im- authority, "that showed what fishing was provement and see4 house 100 feet long coming to. The tank was darkened; in and 30 broad. fact the whole room was, and a man in a Miss Lena Goule with her two broth- diver's outfit entered, wearing one of the ers left Wndnesday for Michigan City, Ind., new electric lights on his helmet. The to live with their father. They have resid(fleet wai curious. The tank was perfected with K. S. Hoseldeti since the death of ly illuminated, but the most remarkable their mother, which occurred several years feature was the eflect It had upon the fishago. The whole community regret their es, One and all crowded about the light, departure. Miss Lena made many friends seemingly astonished at the strange apin our midst during her stay here. Mrs. pearance. The man carried a small scoop Gulick and daughter, Lee, of Falmouth, net with him, and with the greatest eaie Ky., are the guests of J. C. Thompson. caught all the fishes he wanted. If this Miss Allie Dunn, of Richmond, spent a could be used on the Grand Banks in 200 few days with Mrs. J. C. Thompson and feet of water there would be a revolution left Tuetday evening in company with in fishing: The steamer of the United Miss Kate Wherritt, of this place, to at- States fish commission has been trying tend the commencement exercises In yqur some curious experiments with long fishDenton and wife, of Somerset, ing lines that had town. electric lights placed spent Tuesday with relatives in this place. just above the halt. Theie were more or The lost commencement exercise of Ie successful. One trouble that Is shown Franklin Institute will be held next week. in the tanks at Fulton market I that the This institution has been in active opera-lio- fish become habituated lo the light, and for 35 or 10 years and was considered after awhile will not approach it, but in the leading school for female in Central open sea, where new fish are continually Kentucky for man year. Hither Hocked being met with, this would not be an obyoung ladiei from all the neighboring stacle. New York Sun. courties where they, receivek a liberal eduStraw Hats by rur Million. MassaNext year acothei college for cation. be opened on Lexington av- chusetts holds the front rank in the manfemales wilt enue and Franklin Institute will undoubt- ufacture ol straw hat and bonnets. The edly be closed, since it is to be sold for the condition existing in 1830 is substantially and in the census returns benefit of R. W. Lilhrd's creditors. The the same session of the institute was a success- of that year show that the Bay State had last ful one. On Friday, June 6, a free enter- over $2,250,000 invested in the business tainment will be given by the music class. and nearly 3,000 people employed, about s of whom were females. Wages Miss Ressie Cohen, who has had charge of material uxed department, has issued invitations amounted to $1,063,232, the art $4,117,162, and the product to $0,898,628. to her acquaintances to attend an art exhiThe other six States where the industry is bition to be given by her class Tuesday, as of 10 members, carried on only produce about a third June 0. This class consists great a value in product and have about whoe paintings display great proficiency the same proportionate value of the capin the art. Miss Cohen is an accomplished ital invested. These Slates are New Jerartist and a most excellent teacher as the sey, New YorK, Wisconsin, Connecticut, year's work attests. Illinois and Maryland. In some of these It Was Sent to Her House. States, notably New York, the returns A certain pretentious shopper after teas are probibly smaller than is really the ing the clerks of a dry goods More beyond fact, being hidden in the credits given to the forbearance limit, pompously ordered the bat and cip census. Of the millions a spool of thread to be sent to her house. of bats and bonnets annually made in this It was agwed that she should be made an branch of the trade upwards of 10,000,000 example of and a warning of her kind. are produced within thirty-fiv- e miles of She was surprised, and her neighbors were Boiton. intensely interested -- borlly nfter she arRESOLUTIONS OF RESPEGT. rived al her home A common dray, drawn The following order was mado by the by four horses, proceeded slowly up to her door. On the dray, with bare arms, were Lincoln Circuit Court of levy, composed of a number of stalwart laborer. They were the county judge and justices of the county, holding on vigorously to some object which at its term held June 2, 16S1. The committee heretofore appointed by she could not see It wn a most puzzling affair. The neighbors stared. After a by this court to draft resolutions relative deal of whip cracking and other impres-aiv- e to the death of M. S. Peyton, Eeq , presentceremonies the cart was backed against ed nnd read their report to the court, which the curb. There, roaposing calmly, end was unanimously approved and ordered to up, was the identical spool of thread be recorded with the minutes and publishwhich she had "ordered." Il seemed to be ed in the Interior Journal and the eauie coining all right. With the aid of a plank. is here recorded as follows: Whereas, Almighty God in the exercise It was finally rolled, burel fashion, safesidewalk. After a mortal strug- of His providence has b death removed ly to tho gle it was "up ended" on the purchaser's from our inidat M. S, Peyton, a former doorstep. Tho fact that the purchaser member of this court, and whereas the came out a minute later and kicked her members of this court, who are alike acown property tnto the gutter detracted no- quainted with his virtues, both as a public servant and n private citizen, and desirous Albany Argus. thing from it. of presenting a fitting testimonial thereof, The Wool Tariff, The Philadelphia be it wool-groIlceord tells the Pennsylvania Utsohed, That the present members of of them will take a pencil this court do hereby unimously express the ers that if any and a piece of paper and put down in one following eritimate of his character that as column tho amount of tax they pay in a a citizen and a neighbor he was public year on clothing, blankets, carpets, and spirited, kind in his relations with bis felother woolen wear, and in another1 column low men, patriotic and honest; as an offithe amount of the added price they receive cial csreful, painstaking, faithful and conin consequence of the tariff on the wool scientious in every particular, using his utthey have to sell, they will find that they most exertions at all times in the exercise pay $5 where they get $1. of the duties of his office to promote justice the people and to build up their inA piece of land sold In New York the ntnong thirty-tw- o times terests in his community and county. other day for $3(0.000, or That we r cognize in his death a loss its cost in 1817. This Is almost aa good an both to his neighbors and friends as a priInvestment aa those with Grant A Ward vate citizen and to the public service. were thought to be. n 2,-2two-stor- y GARRARD COUNTr DEPARTMENT. STATEMENT Of tho Financial Condition of Iilncom County. LIHCOLK A COUNTY COURT OF LF.VY, June Term, list. Oooch, S. D ol the financial condition of Lipcoln Ooocb. 8. II...... County waa read to the Court by the County Green, J. N., $ 20 and $1 20 m Judg. and tLosame was ordered to b iproad upon Green, W. T the record, which la as follow i: Olsens, Sampson, col'd The following Is a itatement of the financial con- Oooch, E. 8 dition of Lluooln County atthladate, June 3, 1SS4: Oresbam, Ben D., (pay to J. T. Helm)... Clalma allowed and audited...... $7,817 01 Oaddls, W. J Intereit on bonded Indebtedneit yean of Hubble, Levi 1874 and 187J 600 00 Howard, V, B Sheriffs commlulen for collecting county Hansford, W. O 1yj- - In 1881, estimated 793 00 Hubble, J. H Contingent expense for (heal years 1831 Hubble, J. M and 18$, estimated SJ0 to Hunn, Ed, col'd ,.... Hopper. G. D Total amount to bs paid out ol levy 1881.110,042 01 Helm, lohn T. BOMDKO INDCUTKDXK4S. Hall, W. A Two Bonda $1,000 ch Issued Uubbl., 41. P lUtemtat lit July, Iroin 1878, Fisher, E. 8 Flenner, F. M , $2 50 and $10 Foler, Frank..... Foster, Tbomas J...... Good, Jo. L . Oorer, B. O Oarnett, V. M., 81 and $62 50 000) 371 ,., 10 00- 1O0O) 64 JO 320 3201 2 49 1 70 11 23 n 0 3 00 OC9 S 09 I 79 20a 200 20S w """ . ao 2 1 09 due 10 years Btven Itondi WX each, ued 131b March. 1880, dne 5 year frum date....... 3,500 00 Ten Bonds $500 each, lnued Sth July 1880, due 10 years from date 5,000 00 dU $2,000 00 "bt., J- - P 33 and $763 LIZ Holttclaw, K. II Hilton, W 8., 114 Hutchison, M. I Holtxclaw, BenJ, Holmes, F 3 09 2 0) 444T 23 32ft 2 Id S 7 98 13 1 1 82 50 13 7 SO 104 Total bonded Indebtedness. ..10,50000 aasoURCKS. Caih In treasury Dividend from turnpikes, es.. timated From delinquent tax lists, 307 63 6CO 00 estimated Ad valorem tax on $1,210,311 ol taxable property at 20c on the $100 Capitation tax on 3,387 male over 21 years of age, less SCO delinquent at $1 par head Tax on railroads, estimated... Taa on banks, estimated Total amount resources 50 00 Hunn A Giveni., Hlgglnt, W. M Jcue, M, 8 Jasper, T. C Jackson, Dr.A.,$3J50 and $10... Jones, O. M., $ I 50 and $12 50 Jobnten, BenJ Jones, D. 8. A Sons King, James C .'...., Kennedy A Co Lynn, James E Ljnn, Craig, $1 60 and $5 80 Lackey, O.A., $1 and $2 50 Logan, James Logan, Wm Long, J. W Land, J. P U 73 2. 3 5 8 3 60 S 4 3,421 02 2.387 00 1,600 00 12 00 $13,577 67 01 '." (M ' . . . . . Total amount liabilities attained and estimated Total amount resourses ascertained and estimated..... Lynn, John 0 LMngaton, J. O Mclloberts, P. M McRoberts, C. C Martin, W. C MIddleton, S. A Myers, John Y Morgan, M. P, $3 75 and 2 50 Miller, Joseph 2 20A 4 11 20 '. 1 $20 C02 13,377 2 3 70 67 . . 7C3 41 30-- . Liabilities In excess resources..... ....$6,931 31 A true copy. Att: J. RLAIN.C. L. C. C. . . LIST OF CLAIMS Payable ont of the County Levy ofl8S4. Akin, W. R Anderson, John Allord, J. K Amon, W. c... ........... Alcorn, David Adams, J. W Adam, W. T Alcorn, Dr. KJ llallev, John, $1 and $2 lirlght, John, (Red) Boone. Tbomas M... Beailey, K. B , S and $3 93... Brown, C, $2 and $1 Baugb, D. A., $1 and $2 72 Bronaugb, R. II., $2 and $2 Su... ................ Miller, DanM Minks, J. H Myers, 8. 8 6 23. 1 280-- . 2 . 2 McMullln.Bhelby McAllster, John O Myers, J. B McUargue, W. A . 3 4 . 1 71 - ....................... $ 100 McAllster A Bright 2 CO McFarland, Mrs 2 00 McCarty, W. L n OO Moore, Dr. Green 10 00 Martin, J. M 8 75 Mrnefee, J N 17 50 McCcfNnack, Emraett 9 00 Neal, John O.. $1, $2 and 31 Napier. P. II., 31 and $2 $7 3d CO Nevlus, M. O Nance, Jesse Nunnellejr, L. B i CO Ncwland, Chrla 4 72 Newland, Thomas D 4.80 NewUnd, A. D 7 75 Oaks, Joslah 5 CO Portman, M. C 2 00 Padgett, Zach 3 00 Paxton, James, 2 00 Pollard. P. T 2 00 Pennjr backer, J. 8 6 00 Penny A McAllsrer 6 00 2 00 7 'Ju 4 . 2 . 27 . 10 . 2 . . . 1 19--- 73 2fl 11M 5 3S 2 11 Js IS 20 73 432 3 2 n Buchanan, Tim, col'd, Butln, O. V Bastln, M. S Blaln, John A Bonley. John L... Bright, Un. P Boone. Wash, col'd Bright, Caleb, col'd Bronaugb, Dr. (J. W Bishop, C. $6 23 and $1 50 - 2 "", ".Il 23 117 2 4. 11 - 80 Buchanan, W. K .- Blaln, John Bailey, James P., $ 20, $5 73, $10 93 5 2 131 24 3 1 two-third- Bright, John H. Barber, W. II..... Barnett, Robt Bruce, J. E.. $3 and $4 50 Bright. II. C Brown, E. W.... Bailey, Dr. Uteele Bettis O.W Bright A Curran Boone, (Iro. D Bronaugb, and Cirpenter, Dra Bailey, George, col'd ... . 3 9 133 730 10 3 43 C 100 5 00 00 00 80 23 90 75 50 00 50 62 00 50 37 10 23 03 Peyton. Dr. J. F Rout, W. O Robinson, Uarre, col'd Robinson, A. C 68 Xft-- "."'... 3 20 S0 4V. Rout.J.H Ross, Martin C Reld, Dr. Hugh Routen, W. O Reynolds A Curtis Reld, John R?nolds, M. T $3 and $2 "' 2 121 so- la Reld, Samuel (Hustonvllle) Rose, J. T Root. A. D Robinson, T. B Ralney, W. O, $63 50 and $1 .....' Bobbins, Wm ta 20a s is 2 4- - Colftr, T. C Cummins, W. II Carter, (leu. W Cowan, r'auiuel K Carter, James II., $4 and 51 Chensult, A. 0 Cook, James M., (Uuitonvllle) Curtis, John D Coleman, George Uarpcnier, A. W Carter, U. L 2 2 400 00 1 50 tj 00 7 20 2 00 3 t)0 (0 Smith, John O 00 Sandldge, Silas 40 Sirlth, Monroe.. Stagg, D. B Shanks, B. II ! H ; 6959 37S t-- " 8hanks, 8. H.A J. 73 23 53 Carter, Ed Carson, A Colley, A. 0 Curtis, F. P Coomer, 11. F Crow, James Carpenter, Geo. 8 Csldwell, E.B., St.,t2 and 82 Chenault, Severance Co Singleton, W. J Simpson, Alfred, col'd Slbold, J. M 5 00 iftephenson, Dr. E. T 7 50 Sigler, A.J 5 00 Seargent, Sussn 7 50 Simpson. N. D 23 00 Tapp, Belle 2 00 Terry, D. F 2 00 3172 Tsa 759 71-- 10 23 221 .......'.'! 3 ..'.".Z, 73 2 50 ,'.' 379 5 - Tucker, J. 125 Vnught, M. E C 8 2 4 203 75 Vandeveer, Richard.'. 00 Vandeveer, A. II 00 Vundoveer, D. W 180 4 4 103 13 Carpenter, J. H Carpenter, L. C Caldwell, II. W. Carson, It., $l,Ct 03 2 00 2 80" Weatherlord.J. Wine, G. O Warner, B. F W A. Bon 83, ; HI ., 55 and 311 73 20 00 .1,739 13 46 95 6 93 5 CO 5 00 7 50 2 10 3 76 1 00 385 00 32 5) Carson, Mrs. Sophia Wlckcrsbaui, John White. W. T. II Walton, W. P Withers, 8. 1 Young, U. P Youug, John Young, (1. W Total A 2 2 2 0O Cbrlsttrson, T. J Curtis, Thomas D Curtis, Monroe Chappell, Tbomas Cummins, II. (1 Collier, It. ( Cash, V. A 8 73 3 7S 32 73 2 50 "' Att: . 223 2 372 $7,942 01 true list. J. 51. 1U.AIN, ClerkL.CC. Carpenter, D. It Chandler, S, II Chandler, F. A Child. Elizabeth, col'd Chllds. Crow, ! JUDGE SI a CdUlllsJfttn 1123 15 40 00 2 00 2 00 CO Phabc, col'd subject to the will of the Democracy. far jtn.raa J. DURHAM In - 1. Tllsifv-l- Carter, J. M., Jr O.J JAMES B. McOJIEAllY Is a Candidate for Congress In the Eighth Dlatrict. aubject to the will ol the Democracy. Ihidilernr, JohH Daugbertv, W. J Doollu, W. J Dllllon, W. It D.ivl, Jack Doollu, Jen. Darst, II. J Daniel, J. P., $1 and Daugbcrty, Nathan Dyer, D. II Dodds. Win Delaney, Joslab Dudderar, Lewis 2 C Ou $6 .,.... 00 5 00 C 25 3 75 3 75 3 73 7 00 2 00 16 00 2 60 KUFFAJLsO MIIir.S Will only do custom icrlndlng on Tuesdays, Thuia day and Saturdays of rucb week. 235-li- u jr. .;. FAltRMB. 25 11 OPERA KOtJSE, STANFORD. KY. . CO Drye, James J. Elliott, David Edmlstou A Owiley r.uwarus, j. J... ........ ......... ......... ........ Edmlston, John .. Eason, James II Ellis, John Edmlston, J. P., (3 claims) Elmore, M. D..J1, $3 and $191 63 ; Feland, A. M 83 2 00 25 00 122 81 00 2 00 2 00 2 CO 67 03 240 63 CO 2 W. P. WALTON, - Sis of Stsge,:20x50. Proprietor. Vlnlt iT,TAvs Eight complete sets of 8e- iD.g..epTcU'' g"ry. too. to good attractions. Addiw n'Hof sal s: J A sHir&ps KttUlitml30jr.Blpln. suld by a4t Dm;gUt,SIUonrs ttsw Aa ItMrlrrdOo-UmilnlMUn- Islhn SltiHT.( No prrnrtli. una nun any priuer luara. Insranyfuhric. upularrrdrr !! workohllrifo. t mnrwi "After wo had (bragged her up into tho cab and sho was sheltered from tho gusts, sho stormed about Uio delay 1884 enough, it appeared to me,- to subdue June 0, Stanford, Ky., any or nil of the elements. Sho tried high tragedy on mo and my good enW. P. WALTON. gine, 'Hercules,' until sho saw it hadn't JL XXIQIITH LEAP AT ALTEXAKM. tho least effect. BT BKT. IIENItr KINQiLZY. "'Best assured, madam,' I said to 'Tb fotman hath fired the gat, men of minis her, entirely unmoved by her cx?ited And Uio nater U tpent and done, manner, 'that I and Ho bring me the cup of tho red Aarwine shall do ovcrytlung that can bo done to I ahall ueier drink but Uila on. get this "special" into Chicago at tho u I'm Mood rajr time, I'tb fought my fight, required time. After "Horcules" has Vrt drunk lay ihare of wlno ; From Trier to Kolln wat ne er knight had time to breathe a little, I think ho Lired merrier life than mice. will pull us along in good shape ; but I " Thooe Joy bare fled, to return so mere, imagine ho will find working ahead of Tet, If I mutt die on a tree, old Boreas, in his present temper, to e that bore me of jen The old bo a harder matter than any of tho imIm the propereit timber for ma. mortal labors his great namesake underAnd now to fhow burgher, and Miheps and rrleil took.' How the Altenahr hawk candle; If Uh7 amoke the old falconer out of fcia ur. "Tho great actress, somewhat apHe must take to hia wingi and fly. peased now, smiled graciously, doubtHSo aaddle me up my old less over tho fact that a man of my callAnd lead him round to the door; ing should know anything at all of auch a leap jerfrrce Ilorouit take mythology and its heroes. Sho now AaneTer man took before." changed her tact and demeanor. Tho Mdd'ed him up In warlike thine: They agreeable beamed from her countenance, Tbe knight itood in the door, And he took i uch a pull at the red AirWt.o and the low, tott tones of tho woman's Aa cercrmiu took before. voice appealed to mo in their honeyed, Ue led the horte up the atepa high and wide, moving persuasiveness. I began to feel And epurred him oter the wall the wonderful power of her personal Out into the ttonn, out into the night, magnetism. My fireman gazed at her in feet of fall I Three hundred round-eyeamazement Sho had put Tli7 found him next morning in tbe glen, new life into me, and it seemed as if tho And not a bene in him whole ; And may God hue mercy far mora Una men ' Hercules ' drew strength from my On auch a brai rider'a aouh ran up to touch, for tho rather-veheme- nt Mddlo-trewar-hon- e. IJIfll A I'ltlXTEXVS 1HIRAM. LAMCAN1 Kit AIM MITIHKHKMS. WIHI FEMALE SOLDIEJIS. Women Who Have J"rrVrmJ lo lltnnr. JlntltfFUtil A DAT OX OVAXO ISLAXIK My idea of n guano island had nlwoys been that it was very rocky and covered d steam-gaug- e C11AIILOTTE CUSHMAX'S almost blowing-of- f figures. 1'JtAUUE HIDE. While en route to tbe White mountains Inst summer, wo niatle a short stay iu "Boston. Among the various objects ol interest visited was Mount Auburn, of that city ami Uio famous burinl-plac- e the oldest garden cemetery in the United States. As wo tvero slowly riding through one of tho beautiful avenues of this grand necropolis we came upon tho grave of Charlotte Cushman, who in her day was one of the greatest of living actresses. She was a pure, noble woman, distinguished alike for her intellectual greatness and goodness of heart. At the timo of our visit "to Mount Auburn no monument had been placed in the Cushman lot. Tho last resting-plac- e of this queen of tragedy was simply covered with long, dark, shining sprays of myrtle. But there is soon to be erected OTer her grave an obelisk of Hallowcll granite, an exact representation of Cleopatra's Needle, as it stood at Hsliopolis. One of our party was tho Superintendent of a Western railroad, who, before his promotion to that responsible office, had been a locomotive engineer. He was greatly interested in visiting Char-lottCushman'B gravo ; and, after we had returned to our hotel in tho city, he gave us tho following jM'rsonal reminiscence of this rornnrkablo woman: "When I was running a locomotivo on tho Chicago and Great Eastern railroad, I received an order one day to have my engine, tho ' Hercules,' ready to take a special train of two cars, containing Charlotte Cushman, her luggage and attendants, from Logansport to Chicago. "The great tragedienne had lost a connection, and was very unxious to go in the shortest possible time by a special train. It was a cold, rough afternoon, a liad day for railroading on the prairies in any event, but particularly bo for a ' special' that had to 'make time,' with tho fierco winds beating and howling over them, as I believe they never do anywhere else where railroad tracks are laid, except off Lake Michigan. But I had my imjerativo orders to put the train through with this our fastest en gine, so that Miss Cushman might be in season to fill her engagement that niglit in Chicago. " Tho train had arrived at Logansport ten minutes behind time, and we started out with tho least delay possible, I had carefully inspected my engine, and for my fireman I selected the i ery best man to 'mako steam' that could bo found in tho railroad corps at that city. But, in spito of theso precautions, about 4 o'clock in the gray November afternoon wo came to a dead halt out on the open prairie. I jumped down from my cab, with in hind, but the mighty gusts of wind that swept against me mado me glnd tr. Bwl back into tho shelter of mv cab "Presently ono of the brakemen, with his cap tied on his head with a stout scarf, came fonvard to tell mo that Miss Ooshman desired to seo tho engineer in tho passenger car. I sent back word that I could not leave my engine that would do the bett I could with our train, and that nothing could bo said or suggested, oven by tho distinguished passenger, which would make tho least gain in our headway. "Tho brakeman took himself off, and not at all pleased, I must confess, when Jake, my fireman, who was at tho moment looking out of tho cab window, down tho track in our rear, shouted, abovo the galo: "'There is tho lady herself coining now to tho engine. With her skirts and things, she'll be 6urely blown across tht prairie 1' "Sure enough, there sha was, looking as if sho were tho spirit of the wind. At first sho walked resolutely and majestically forward, tho scorning to make no impression on her stout, erect figure. Soon, howovor, tho queenly form succumbed to tho sweeping wind,, and sne began tofcluig. to the o oil-ran "I told my distinguished passenger that, if she would now return to her car, I would try to see what progress I could make. Sho begged me to permit her to ride on tho locomotive, at least a ; but, as I was inexorable in my refusal (for I had become a little nervous over the state of tho crown-sheof my engine, for some reason beside, one of the rules on the line was that no woman should ride on our locomotives), she had no other alternative but to return. " We helped her down the steps of the cab, and, as sha refused to let us accompany her to the rear of the train, sho started back alone. I thought the merciless wind would surely take the resolute woman off her feet, and drive her past the train; but wo soon saw her of her car with grasping the a will, and she was pulled upon the platfew-mile- s et Tho Elector Maximilian Emmanuel of Bavaria, who died in 1720, loft several natural children, ono of whom was a daughter named Maximilian do Leit-hors- t. Her parents seem to hnvo been neglectful io her, but tho girl'H character was resolute. Sho dressed as a man, called herself Monsieur lo Baron do Leithorst, and became pae;o to the Boron do Halden, in Begonsuurg, tho Ambassador of the Bishop of "Wnrtz-bur- g to tho Count in that town. Afterward sho went to Vienna and enlisted as a soldier in tho imperial army. Sho served seven years aa a cadet in tho regiment of Francis do Lorraine, in Hungary, nnd only during a sickness was her sex discovered. She boenmo n Lieutenant, and was dismissed f roni the service with a life penalty. Sho dressed in male attire until her death, in 1718. Leonora Prohoska fell in nn engagement on tho Oorde, Sept. 10, 1813, a bullet having pierced hor breast When she felt that sho was dying, she revealed to her comrades thot sho was a woman, ond that her namo was Leonora Prohoska, and not Charles Renz. Her friend, Carolina Peters, known as Charles Peterson, was more fortunate. Sho participated in tho campaigns of 1813 and 1814, was decorated with tho Order of Uio Iron Cross on account of her bravery, and was honorably from tho army at tho end of the war, when sho declared hor sex. Sho was afterward married to the Captain of in English trading vessel, whom she accompanied on his travels, and with whom she visited her relatives at Stettin in 1814. with a white substuueo resembling mortar before Uio sand is mixed with it I imagined, too, Uiat it cxholed an odor s differing somewhat from tho Tahiti, nod I not beon told of that I was on a guano island I would not orongo-grove- now have known it from tho surroundings. Instead of being rocky tho soil was mellow and dark, and everywhere vegetation was most luxuriant. Tho air was remarkably clear and pure. During a walk around tho island I then learned that there are two kinds of guano ; or, rather, that of certain qualities which all guano possesses some of In the pages of "All tho Year Round," read of ono woman making her On the 12th of April, 1S7I, we man-of-wa- r. " field of famo" on tho deck of a British 1781, in the West Indies, Lord Rodney gained his great victory over tho French fleet, commanded by Admiral tho Count tie Gnisse, and a daughter of England shared in the honors of that nietnorablo day. After tho surrender of tho French flag-shiVille do HavTe, 100 guns, to Rodney's ling-shiFormidable, sixty-fou- r guns, " a woman who had, contrary to tho rules of the navy, secreted herself in her husband's cabin, and fought a quarter-dec- k gun in the room of her husband, who was down in the cockpit, was discovered; Lord Rodney severely reprimanded her for breach of orders, but gave her immediately afterward ten guineas for so valiantly sustaining the post of her wounded husband." The life of Mary Ann Talbot, an illegitimate daughter of the Earl of Talbot, was one of remarkable adventure. Born in London Feb. 2, 1778, sho was well educated at the extwnse of her father. When only about 14 she was induced to run away from school by a Copt. Bowen, with whom she lived a short timo in She then went with his London. regiment to tho West Indies ; drumserved as nfterward a mer at tho siego of Valenciennes, where tho Captain was killed, and the intrepid girl left friendless. Sho p p 6tep-guar- I form. " Wo started. I clapped on all steam. The ' Hercules' nobly answered to tho opened throttle, and presently we were making fair headway against the gale. As my engine was now regularly laboriug along I glunced back to the train, and saw Miss Cushman standing at tho forward end of the car nearest us (which was half baggage and half smokiug car), watching us intently through tho top window of tho door. " Sho nodded and smiled whenever I looked that way, still remaining at hei post aa wo shot along with increasing speed. Her great, speaking eyes wen ngleam with excitement ; and thero wai a look of suppressed power in her fact that I never saw on any other humai countenance. I felt that she could, il she so pleased, have carried us along bj the force of her own will. " Wo reached Chicago at 7:30 p. m. After descending from her car, instead of immediately entering her carriage that Flood waiting for her, she came, transformed now into the gracious, elegant lady, to tho engine, thanked nit heartily for my efforts in her behalf, told me sho should expect me to attend I ho theater that night to seo how she played after her 'adventure,' and, asking mo to give her tho street and num(which I nober of my boarding-hous- e ticed sho mado no WTitten note of), shook my grimy hand as cordially as if it had been dressed in immaculate kid, ind bado me good-by- . " Half an hour afterward, while I was hurriedly eating my supper, a messenger from tho theater called with a note or me, in Miss Cushmau's own hand, :ontaining an order that I should there-lite- r bo admitted free to any theater where sho might bo playing an engagement, " You may be suro I went to hear her '.hat night in tho crowded theater, ivheic, in ono of the best scats near the itngo, I was honored by a glance and ti1 r,2 t .cognition from thegie&t a omMB whom tho throng was loudly applaud tag. "I saw her at different places afterword, and she never failed to greet me jordially, calling me by name, and referring pleasantly to that trip across the prairie and to the bravo 'labor' of the old 'Hercules.'" Christian Jleyteter. HH'ISS X'BASAXTS, these qualities predominate in that found in a given locality, whilo guano taken from islands differently located possesses in a much stronger degree some other essentials. Thus the guano of tho islands off tho coast of South America, exposed to tho rays of a tropical sun, where tho surface of tho land is never cooled; and where rain seldom or never falls, possesses tho strongest properties. Not only tho of birds aro deposited there, but the birds themselves come there to dio ; and eggs have frequently been taken out a little below the crusts which form over theso deposits that ore almost pure ammonia. The guano of theso islands has a strong, pungent odor, and is white and light hrouu iu color. But the guano of the islauds of tho Southern Pacific is made up of decomposed coral, forming mostly phosphates of limo and magnesia. It is entirely inodorous and of a color, resembling loam. It is believed that Uie birds, which iu largo numbers inhabit theso islauds, living, as they do, almost entirely on fish, dejMsit phosphorio acid on the coral, and also leave the Ikjucs of the fish, which they cannot eat Theiw decompose the coral, and thus form Uio phosphates which give to the guano its value. The guano is separated from Uio corn! in the following manner : Theie in quite a force of nntires employ cd, who gather the earth in large heaps, and then screen it in the same manner as fine coal is separated from coarse, Tho screens are about eight feet by three, and tho iron gauze covering them is fine, allowing only the guano or fine portions of tho earth to pass through, and leaving the coral in the screens. The guano is then sacked, and shipped to Hamburg, whence it is rvshipped to different parts of Euroie. Tftc Callornian, al dark-brown A printer sat in his ofllco chair; his boots were patched and his coat threadU. P WAITEIt bare, whilo his fnco looked weary and HUIIC3ISON lJ3N'JL'A-'l.- , LANCArtThK, KY. worn with care. Whilo sadly thinking Office urrr ('lllirim of business debt, old Morpheus slow ly from to 12 a. u anl NMlonalIn Hunk.M. Offit ixrarr ft l'i from round him crept, and before ho know it s. m. nuanrr. L. f. iiumitK ho soundly slept; and, sleeping, ho IIUBULD ft DUnUETT, dreamed that ho was dead, from trouble AT LANOASTKlt. KY. and toil his spirit hod lied, and thot not Will pinrilrr 1t Outran! anJ atlJMnlni: (onntlfa oven n cow-botolled for the jwaeeful ami Uuil ol A'rala dfflce lu thti Mock, Ul-l- r rest of his cowhido solo. As ho wan- Ninth Mile I'lililli ri.turr dered among the shades, tho smoke nnd scorch in lower Hades, ho shortly observed nn iron door that creakingly swung on hinges ajar, but the entrance was crossed by a red-ho- t bar, and Satan himself stood peeping out and watching for travelers thereabout, and thus to the passing printer spoke, and with growling voice tho echoes woLo. " Come in, my dear, it shall cost you nothing, and never fear; this is tho place where I cook tho ones who never pay their subscription minis, for, though in life they may escape, they will find when dead it ih too late ; 1 will show jou HAVE tho place where I melt thorn thin, with red-hehaiiiB and scraps of tin, and been Making Extenalso whoro I comb their heads with broken glass and molted lead, and if of refreshments they only think there's foTlirlf Stotk ji boiling water fur them to drink ; there's the red-hgrindstone to grind down rings to wear on his iio-and red-hhis toes ; and if thoy mention thoy don't like fire I'll sew up their mouths with And now huve the Best Stock in Cec tral Kentucky. They have Parlor red-hwire ; and then, dear sir, you ond Bed Room Sets, Carpet, should seo them squirm while 1 roll Cane and Penitentiary Uiem over and cook to a turn." With Chain, Marble Top, theso last words tho printer awoko, and Centre Staud & Exthought it all a practical joke ; but still tension Tablet, at times so real did it seem that ho canWoven Wine. Cot-te- n not beltevo it was all a dream ; and often Top and B air Hat-trene- i, lie thinks with a chucklo nnd griu of Folding Bed Lounthe fate of thoo who save their tin and ges, Beds & Cots, Wnrarobei K 1 ATTOI(M3M LAV. ll J!il-li!o- ENTERPRISE Grocery. Ijniic.t.stcr, Kentucky, GEO. D. BURDETT Lately sive Additions ot o, nr.oi.oiuc A contrived to reach thecoast, and shipped is a boy on board n French privateer. This vessel was captured by ono of the ships of Lord Howe's fleet, and, the opportunity bein open to hor, Mary Tnllxit entered the British navy. She served in many action", was several times a prisoner of war, and finally in 1790, when suffering from a shattered leg, was commissioned a Midshipman and discharged from the service. Subsequently, Queen Charlotte granted hor a pension of 20. When recovered of her wounds sho went to America, working her way thither as a steward of n merchant ship, on board of which, it is ioid, she was obliged to reveal her sex in order to repel tho amorous advances ol tho Captain's daughter. After a long absence, little being known of her exploits in tho meantime, sho again in London. From this point h r subsequent life was one of great wretchedness and poverty, and she was frequently in Nowgato undergoing imprisonment for debt. Out of prison sho assumed a variety of characters, being sailor, actress, peddler, and footpad by turns. Tho dato of her death is A few years ago thero was o jwrtrait in existence of Mary Talbot in a naval uniform, likely enough as o Midshipman, and tho artist has presented hor as possessing a handsome appearance. This picture is said to be now in n. ' i Mr. Sholer, the New England geologist, has given in a recent paper an illustration of the great changes of surface to which our globe has beon subjected in a succession of ages. no takes Boston and its vicinity for a subject, and shows tho transformation occasioned chiefly by tho glacial iieritxl. Two parallel mountain ranges, he says, once lifted their summits as high as tho Alleghenies, tho ono oil the north, now represented by tho Waltham hills, and the other by tho Bltio hills in Milton, on the south. Theso were covered by a solid sheet of ico two miles thick in tho glacial The massivo glacier ground them dow n by its power, being assisted by tho subsequent action of air and water, to their present level. Parker hill in Roxbury, Powder-Hor- n hill in Chelsea, and Corey lull in Brook-- ' line, aro mado up by material ground by the glackrs from these mountains, and so wore tho three hills for which Boston wus originally called Trimountuiu. This same material also filled up parts of the harlor, which would otherwise include Cambridge, Maiden, Revere, Brookliuc and Quincy, and other suburban towus. To a resident iu Bostou, familiar with its environs, it eeonis impossible to believe in theso changes. Youth'r Comtx-rio- l ciiAxar.s. and Sofas, and Everything Else Kept in a First-clas- s Furniture Store. EMTUMAL ltlSK.V. riiiulH(4'l Niiciir I'rkH'M. The San Francisco Xewa Lrltrr says that "Household Departments" aro very good adjuncts to n newspner in their wny, when edited by a woman ; HAEPER'S PERIODICALS, but the male journalist whodabbloswiUi rr.is ykmi tho mysteries of cook.... II 0 ing runs a fearful risk. The editor of llirir' MajM.or 4 00 ......... Wrrkl Weekly J'etnlutiui J'e avine started a llfrl' llaur the 4 00 llrjt'i SO column of that kind recently, and a few Manr'f Vouu V.i. . .. female llair' Kiasklin Njurt Librirr. ear )tar days afterward a .10 00 iM Nuiolr) came into ttio ofllco, carefully concealing In tb UnlUJ l'uU f'rrc tuall some object Whind her iipmu. "Aro Htilct iu1 Canada. hj you tho man that published thnt now and lttHUrif abuuM l Molif j Onirr or Draft, tn atottl ttiiDrra nt 1a. improved way to mako currant cake?" am lu.l Ui cvir Ihli aJmllariofnt llatprr A He said ho was. "You said to mix without llxic xrrrxavplnr of A llltl'H. Krulhara. Ntw York AilJtrw IIAHIKIl washing soda with the flour, and stir in n little corn meal nnd a little sweet oil to give it consistency?" "I I lelioo Bl. so." "And to add fift'cii eggs and some molnses, and two ounces of gum arable, and stt it in a cool plaeo to Houle East "Well, Imko?" "I think that was take thnt, then " and Un indignant heaven-inspired 1 flerco-IooVin- neer pay the printer. Iammi'Mc Jat g . r ma-l- rnl-OfB- o CIOPEHOD if Kentucky's il 1 Imlf-liake- housewife floored him with a wenjxxi Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. ; but which that felt hko a rand-clu- b Tbaocf !ti.e ni&nine a he felt in his heart must have NEW SLEEPING CARB d hunk of cake constructed n PULLMAN I the J'cnrine jiattern. run ntciir.sr vtrr or Fnuikfort-oii-Uu-MHi- . zr. A SOLID TRAIN raox with a imputation of about lUO.OOi), w rejKrted t U tho richest city of ltn wjo in the whole world. It is sHorted that thero an 100 Frankfurter worth from $I,(XX,010 to to $.",WK),000 each, and 'iV) who are worth Sl.OOO.ntfJ and upward. The eit is onn of the great Iwnkiug cent raff the jjIi'Ih', Its aggregate linking capital is estimated nt i!0O.fXH,O0ll -- more of which the l!.th. tlur. cl ltd.", wh original nnd rei.t hor-it ere, own mid control. sHit-fou- rtli e I.OtliMt lilts 'liiclu lllit lllltt LfX tuglon, Ky.. C WASHINGTON CITY. CoubmUlk iu Mini '.flit " "i art traini lot The Birec! Route toLynchbunr, Ban ville, Norfolk, Pointfl . 1 All Kr A Virginia and North Carolina UckrU and lutinrr Ir'oruxt on, nil f or i lie panion. A youth who was tryiug to master a bycicle, when asked his age, said lu- lint" tecu fifteen summers uud about llo fulls. - the United States. CIJAUITT SV.UMOS. A rOWlUtFVL No public speoker ever oxcelled Mr. Spurgeon iu proftiseness of anecdotal illustration in "discourses." His sermons and addresses teem with anecdotes, which ore usually very much to tho point. To his students last year ho told a good story to show tho need of preachers being attractive, " When I was in Arran quito recently," said he, " I heord of a minister who preached in a certain church, and, at tho closo of the service, was strongly urged by the ruling elder to promise n future supply of similar discourses, tho collection after sermon 'Dear having been unusually largo. me,' said tho minister, with becoming pride, ' what might your ordinnry collection amount to ? ' ' Lost Sunday it was twopenee-liolfpenny- !' 'What is it today, then ? nsked the minister, expecting to hear a largo sum named. ' wns tho reply. ' Woo is me,' moaned the minister within himself, for I nave Uin sixueuc invwilf ' " Some men who know that thoy are great aro so very haughty withal and iusufferablo that their acquaintances discover their greatness only by the tax of humility which they aro obliged to pay as tho prico of their frieiidblup. Such characters aro as tiresomo and disgusting in tho journey of life as rugged roads are to tho weary traveler, which ho discovers to bo turnpikes only by tho toll. HAltiriX AH A THIEF. Darwin's theory of tho origin of man turns out, nfter nil, to bo a plagiarism. Lord Monlcddo's "Essay on the Origin ond Progress of Language," published in 1771-- 3 and 0, is the work of n man of looming and talents, but a humorist in character and opinions. Ho was an enthusiast in Oreek literature and antiquities, and a worshijier of Homer, nud, finding carriages were not in use among tho ancients, he never would enter one, but mado all his journeys to London (which ho visited once a year) and other places on horseback, nnd continued tho practice till ho was upward of 80. Ho said it was a degradation of tho genuine dignity of human nature to be dragged it tho tail of a horse instead of mounting upon his back. Tho eccentric philosopher gravely maintains in his essay that men were originally monkeys, in which condition they remained for nges, destitute of speech, reason, nnd social ofloctions. Thoy gradually improved, according to Monboddo's theory, as geologists say tho earth was changed, by successive revolutions ; but ho contends that the ourang otongs aro still of tho human species, and that in the B,iy of Bengal there exists a nation of human beings with tails like monkeys, which hntl been discovered 130 years before by a Swedish skipper. When Sir Joseph Batiks returned from Botany Bay Monboddo inquired after tho long-taile- d men, and, according to Dr. Johnsou, was not pleased that they had not been found in all his pere- jfc'if nwwMt tli ki t W. J rlKiu, ri'!r to . w.sncTii, Xm'l MiDicir, Itutiilii; At' , :il( V .MhI ii M , art ip Tm 1 i:. .KNOM, ii. KlfhiU'tnil. Vlrclnla Kj w. ri'M.mc. (Iru'l iana'r A't IHi:- - At., U.AKN Tl.l Til Al'HT OHIO & MISSISSIPPI A. W. i c Cincinnati iaurr;i it m ihr lliu'var liarn o Umnllitik TriiiiN. tlio aaiuo liirliimttl- - Hi n'la ' ran.l in titrnl t'i.M('er Mullen Ilia l Ijr rtral Inratlia' tlit-tan oiunlliua Ulrinttil lrffer In ( iu h rn.li ' . i tie li'jr, a llniiiiiiatl tv.jtli.vn It j ind (mlo ,i .i in rriiitrtitaii(n i The Only lAne'.WPfti'lirs; wl fn In r of ii ".iialioit! frr hi lri't-'t- ' mii-ci- ,ii'.l it ttaiiadr i .... ...... "pfc.A' .. In).l ..I..,!.. , . U. J, J..veilIl.t. i.l. I. HIIT p.ril. n.i.tl.ij...... M. l.t.I-.lotlirr ruutr m ( nn onatl j.m uarp n midnight ' "Miri! Tiinoruii Tho Ulliy ljlIH7llAIN.ltiitrnCln. lunatl iikI St In im will fur llllltT I Tin Onlv llie.-onl-li III I Mill. os wind-stor- In all the villages squalid wretched-aesprevails. The march of time has left them untouched. Tho clusters of chalets which cling to the hillsides are tho same ; it is not always easy to distinguish between the houses of tho peos ple and tho granariea and which lie about them. Built of squared logs, uupaiutcd, stained a deep burned umber by the weather, thatched with flat stones, tho windows small, the floors bad, heapB of dung at the doors, they look more like tho huts of a landlord-ridde- n peasantry than tho homes of a freo people Tho filth is quite beyond description. A man's prosperity seenib s to bo measured by tho bizo of tho before his doors and under his B having occasion to coll upon a physician, stopped at tho door and rung tho bell. Ho was answered by an Irish servant girl, of whom ho inquired if tho doctor was in. " No." "Wos his lady in?" "Yes." "Was sho engaged ? " Tho girl looked at him for a moment, and a curious expression rested on her face, as she replied: "Dade, sir, she's already married." A ar.NTLr.MAN, A Cincinnati A I, 1 HU Oil Ht. Ionia under one nnd In lontcqjtntt- n 1I19 ooIt II dp lunu.iunufiit. which can guarantee n cudiIiuioub til p. to Ht. p m au.l ra in tailing to nmct Kith Ike frtni Iraln, ctti Inke ll.o mi i.il, wuiili mako nrit wllli nil morning traini Iroiu 8t. I.oula to Hi ii Writ a till Nnrlliwf t. oul, Irai wg ('in. Innatl at ""''" jUIIH.' ' TfiilBK trtltii 7 l'r UIIIJ inn '""' - Riir Solid I r Daily Tralrn fnrlnnH to fct. Louis Car in H100 Tmlim Itunt Jlirough. l'ar- lor t'ata n It in on Hoy Traitn. i'alato blCflilnKlVua on NIrIh Traln. No Chan!) of Cut lu any ilaw 01 panieriKci Kierr l.iM!Kr linn n mu In a Tli our Ii Car All Mtke!igir are lurrlnl on Kxiirrsi Tralin' 'IhnHljortfit nnd lj iliktit l.lce from t Inclnnatl to St. I.011I1.' Nn oiunllmi traciltrln flniinnnti for raiw-nKerirom C.S.U II. cattle-shed- dung-heap- windows. Adam wai an of uio w- wos lifting for oil he which was mito of hustuck, whon a little two-fomanity, nearly as brood as ho wris long, nud just out of long dresses and into grinations. pants, with his hands in his pockets and Tho story told by tho misBionory that " Mister, a swaggering air, sang out : has lately mado tho rounds of the paholp you? 1 con do you waut mo to pers, of tho raeo of South Sea Islond-rrs- , grunt while you lift." who hovo little stumpy tails which Iiih ability to climb a they havo to dig holes in tho sand to fit Hk doubted fence, but ono growl from a dog govt in when thoy squat down, would have tho necofiaryconllda:!cc,anturpuw.', uud pleased the old lord hotter than Sir Joseph's report did. alacrity. nio six-foot- TlioIJIrcctWoutcSTftJffWi 2 Solid Daily Trains llsirt Ht. I)uli Cart. lo 10 bourn, trith through won worth on a Iay and Sleet.-In- g wagon-whe- ot mlareiiritentitioni, and jierroni them are unworthy ths confident) of the tnaklne nubile not only In these, but Ii other mnltera. nefftntetnenliw)utrry to the atore are uri'l Hallway guarantee! tho rorrectne.i of Ul Rtatf menu and rery protnlwi undo tbe PulJlc. will I rirrleI to the letter. For lull and reliable information In ward to Lard. Ac, in the Uentrru nmu,, Map.. Otildoa aud loweu rciul rale for Tickets nnd llou.ehold (liwit to all poinli Wit on or iddreu Do Not be Deceived IS'fiPJst rawngtr ,K't OMu tt. V.l'EAllOin. MlMlsiljipi Railway, Harrcdilurif, Jiy W. H. BHATTUC, I'toi'; ind (Wl Mati-ir- . citn'l Tius. Agt, Clndcuali, Ohio. A - Semi HttU -VOLUME XIII. ?V NB ?S? m - f!0 0, 1884. STANFORD, KY., FEIDAY, JUNE NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 256. 'A GREAT- MASS MEETING OF LADIES AND OF- - GENTLEMEN LINCOLN AND THE ADJOINING COUNTIES, -- ESPECIALLY PURCHASERS OF- - DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES I -- NOTIONS, AC, ctC.,- - IS; HEKEWIfH TO ASSEMBLE AT THE STORE ai V' y Nf ! r1 A) I it "J OIF1 KL ASS foro bo The objeect of this called meeting is to argue, tako into consideration and pass your vote in favor nf D. KLASS' following Notions for this general meeting: lit. Wiikhkah, I hare bought a large stock of Spring Goods, but hpvo not aold them out as quickly as I am generally doing, becau90 the Spring forgot to make its appearance this year, aud 2d. Wmkueah, It i my custom never to cirry stock over from season to season, and that in order to cell this largo stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, &c , &c, in a short time I must make some sacrifice in prices theie-' Oppcsilo iho Mjers House, STANFORD, KY. it liuolvfd, And I have r&wlved that from this day on, or until further notico is given, every article in my store will be offered at an immense reduction liberal offer, to wit: It is further resolved that and many goods BELOW COST. But I will do still better and make this Every Customer Purchasing' to the Amount of SIO will Receive a Very Fine, Large Oil Painting, Elegantly Framed, good enough for the Finest Parlor, and free of charge. . (Theie are no common chromoi, but Paintings ) Still better yot: And in order to give those a chance who may not need or not be able to buy 610 worth of goods at once, I will give the same chances, and allow every small purchase to ce counted till the whole amount reaches tho sum of 810. I want it distinctly understood that each painting given away is worth nearly the amount of your purchase. first-clas- s The Prices on all My Goods are away Below all Competition, and especially so this season. I MAKE THIS LIBERAL OFFER FOR TWO REASONS: First, to Reduce my Immense Stock, and secondly to show my Appreciation in some way to the people for their kind patronage. Banff Imj $ eenf s wwjtli of Ccoads till ya Ji&Ye Sxasiisett my Steel &a& Meats HFsices teZ3 Every One Should Attend the Great Mass Meeting at PT A I Tommy 3D JKL--, I i. rl. S3 TORE I T GSRS?""- - mz SCENE ON MAIN STREET IN STANFORD, KENTUCKY THE LATEST BILL ZADICK TO TOMMY FIDDLESTICK, (both gentleman of color.) between you and mo and ZETIErWS that lamp post yonder, it is not woith while to hook I Is goin' dar Tommy it, Tommy, and besides that ho is now givin' every ono that buys of him 810 sure enough." worth of goods, no matter if at ono time or in a dozen times, so you buy the lakes the cake Bill "I is going right dar to Mr. D. KIosb' storo." Bill "You are right, the whole bakery you might say; and I tell' you ha Tommy "Bill, wa what's do mattor dar, I eees bo many folks in d amount of 810, ho iV givin you and every ono a fine, large oil painting, elo is doing the business of tho town, because ho sells very cheap and ia a liberal store?" dantly framed, for nothin' mind you for nothin'. ' fellow. . BUI "Why, they Bay it is raasa mootin' to'day." tho Lord's sake, Bill, I must run home and tell that to Tommy "For Tommy "Well, Bill, I'll see you later; goood byo, I ia goin' homo and Tommy "A what, did you say?" Betsy. Sho is now saving up to buy a picture for our parlor, but now she tell Betsy all about that mass meeting at D. KLASS' store,. opposite the My-eBUI "Can't you understand plain English? a meeting of masa " gits it an oil painting for nothin. House. Tommy "Well, I iee. "What is it all about, Bill ?" Bill1' Yea, dat's so. You see dar is Jimmy Brown coming' out now with "I say, Bill, where is you goin?" I must be one of the mas3 meeting', too. "All right, Bill, but I say dar is no use a talking, dat Klass ra Bill 4WoH, they say Mr. Klasa is a Belling his goods so cheap now that, a new suit of clothes on and a large painting undor his arm. Well, Tommy, The report that John Kelley had 5tmt-ffllcfHinfmor3our- prom1'resi-denr- y i ised his support to Arthur for the is exploded by Senator Vest and ltep resentattvo Broadhead, who are just back - Jnno 0, 1884 Stanford, Ky., from New York, where they went to inform PHARMACISTS themselves on tho condition of affairs in P. "WALTON. W. DIAXXKI IK that State. There will be no defections whatever in the democratic ranks in New "V'i Jfj' J t ruK8, J300KB. z&ir x .. Au,..,, York; the pirty managers in the Stats :. " 'rtsv . "flitn were confident fiat Mr. Tilden will nccept rhjsydstis' prescilptlons accurately componode.1 Tho Convontion Still Gabling, but the nomination and that the result will be - .i. Also r. !Sia ?. V four mouths oM, died Monday nilfllil nl was ... iXlVHt will Ballot To-dajbb BHSssssEaswaisa. his election by an overwhelming majority .imins""" 'lFi The Goldkn Patent Flour is made burled In tlie cemetery Tuesday . JKH'KMlltSU C&Ji3iiV StR',ti, .WrV'u i"A JSvS9WjL over any candidate tho republicans may se- from the best Minnesota wheat, and lays T"4rJity" At a cliurrh eoclabl at Mrs. K. A. AMu's f1' Tt Tho Held Against Blaine Seems to be 1t.f 1ia lilAfiJiV il 1 i'flgt lect. Both gentlemen had a Ion; talk over any flour you have used. A trial of Tuai.lat iiBnlna st I (&3l&JteJ. jgiyS the Situation. with Mr. Tilden, in which the political it is all I ask. For sile only by me. T. I used fur the bftirftt of I he Hrst Presbyterian) YKMi Lnrjrt'Ht Slock of iYntcicst church whose iminlfrs mostly aitl(ltrd. bearings and K. Walton. Cluckfl, Jewelry k SIlTPrwnro wai discussed in all its isllm. An attendant cami Irom Anchorage Wed ArUiur'h CliunouH both of them are confident Mr. Tilden will and took buck Janus Crawfjrd, who eced Kver brunght to this market. Prices Lower than GiiADEU Road. Mr. J. Ottenhcimer, of the U west Watches, CltHki and Jewelry NO BALLOT VV TO MIDNIOHT. accept the nomination. Hurrah for the from the. Allium there aud returned to his home the Foreign Immigration Agency, is build- In on short notice, and Warranted this county. Jim tlilnlti tho medicine men at sage of Grammercy Park! The country is ing a graded road in this county from Anchoniga know very Utile alul tho treatment at Chi- great republican pow-woThe solid for him. Chappell'a Gap to Hills Gap, a distance of of such rnsesm Mi, hence his abrupt derarlure caco, to which all (he big Injuns of the A white man from eisrrsrd rouuly uamed The National Yellowstone Park is sixty-fiv- e 10 miles, at a cost of about $3,000. iiarty have hi'd, progresses with a lowns John Murphy vat arr.Me.1 ruesdir night fur wide. The miles long by fifty-fivin very trying on tho.'o anxious to that on thellairodihun; pike and Ktissrr.i. Coitht. Commonwealth's At runnln; the know the result. At 12:30 Tuefday the Purk Improvement Company has the enortorney, R. C. Warren, has returned from fined S10 ami costp, In delnull of piynient h was e lent lo the The 'rial of Hob Tavur body was called to order by the chairman mous amount of ten acres allotted It for this court and from him we learn that he or u ilng ibuilTe Unhinge lowaiil hmllr rryur committee, who announced hotel purposes, and by, or soon will build, of the national succeeded in sending two men to the peni- was In progress Thuriday when this report c'osed that Powell Claylon, of Arkansas, had been (en hotels in the park, each holding an tentiary: Willis Spencer, 5 years for killDKAI.I.Il IN Pr J It Tewtueydled mdJeiily list Ihur-da- y choH-The remainder of this ing by the committee for temporary acre of ground. wlillo heart John Southerland, in August SSI, and diseaH the slttiui; in a chair at rtrrjtllle; forniei Iluriluare, IIorHt NIiolh, NadtlloH, HrocerirH, supposed can? chairman. Thin rainad a row and a rum Park is as absolutely free to all visitors as Jatrej lr Tewiuy'a W. Brown, for life, for the murder home was In IVrrjtllle where he practiced hit QneeiiNVTHrr, Iron, NuIIn, Hiikk' lVlilpsi, pun and contrary to precedent the auRKe.it though there were not a hotel in it, and the of Leonidas Oliver, on the 8th of July, profttsloii for a number of yenrs Atout three BiiRB)' WIiccIm, KtovOM, 'Alio Mil In, HitriM'H, ion of the committee was aet aside and af hotels themselves are under the rules and years k he moscd to MlMourl and was at Perry-Tll18S3. This was the first man ever convictSpoken, (ilralH, Older .IIIIIr, Lap Covunt, Lyncb, a colored regulations established by the Secretary of ter a long debate Jits. It. on visit at the time, ef his deith ed and sentenced for murder in the county, ItlniM, ..I . Corn Mid lore, Collare, Stoiifuaro, - A Unit the latest and most uridine csh of ttMl-In- g brother of MiwiMippi beat tlie "ArkarTBas lL'T..i ? tue interior, nnu ore I!l.1 iiu a lunciium iinuie f a InalAllllVIt although it is over 60 years old. The case that has occurred In our I'topla for several onrpet-bagse- r, with the unsavory record, of their privileges in the park if caught was quite an interesting one and the evi- week was that of a negro irlrl who stole Imt of Oliver Chilled, Champion Steol and Brinley Comblnsd Plows, Wooden and rery tfiVctiyely and took the seat of tempo- violating them. quinine plllf, thinking dence entirely circumstantial, Oliver was Rclattue-coattCast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roof-inchairman. He was too feasible to aprary e NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. atsissinated and robbed. Tracks near the they we-- buds ad unlj discovered her middle nnd will have prompt attention. when the tried lo itrlna thmi AY hit made the preciate the empty honor, given for eflect II'. fl. llcHfmirv, I.A .. , The Kentucky school fund will amount scene corresponded with tlie shoes ol nulN.a li vf Inil.rlr kwirt.i.hiltliL w. I.... f.i I .....-- . ""-- on hia race, and snubbed the convention by .siicmiicii J John Ilrlulit.xlr. Brown, and the ritle bill was the same his thnt the pills telongtl to a noble newspaper remjipk he was not thankful for it and only to more than $1,000,000. weapon carried. These and other circum porter, who was taking them to restore a intern Fiik A Hatch have notified the New accepted the position an a matter of duty, j stances led to his arrest after several others debilitated by severe mental laltor. Mrs. I 1. ltowlind has retimed front a visit encumbent on every good citinn. The se- York Stock Exchange of their resumphad been tried for the murder. Au ap- to friends In Cblcsjo. J II. Hedghlll unite a,' lection of Lynch was considetcJ a black tion. Dr. Luke P. Blackburn's Sinitanum peal was taken. The Grand Jury found hurried villi this wek to J kaen, Tennessee, .eye for Blaine and a victory for no one in be where hts mtrrled sliler reMe He wanaMtd at Louisville opened this week with 11 only IS indictments, which if it can d ' particular. The field ceemrd to have taken as a rellex of the moral condition of thfr.tt t.r ftrlius LI1iihii. whirl, ha. I !!.! patients. against him and Arthur and some at accounts. J'niiiuel Avrltl.of lbatii n. best. was Iu town Wednesday MIm Millie Holm Dick LsRue, formerly editor of the the county, shows it to be among the ol joined hand to the same end. AfCovington, Is visiting Foley ter the election of Lynch and the appoint Eliztbethtown .iVft, died this week from church are Morris Karris, It O Mrs. Klchard W J Messrs The ladies of the Christian Kvas and tntni'.re inent of the usual committees, an adjourn a wtroke of paralysis to be congratulated on the success of their left 1 hursdiy for Colorado to l absent sevrral Andrew W. Kelly, better known ss supper. Everything was abundant, the mouths Ihe laitr will Out go it net t) ment was had till next morning. At 10 and after nachlnz that eity they will decide o'clock Wednesday a resolution pledging "Parmtms Mix," a humorous writer, died tables were beautifully dressed am the AT- all the delegates to BUpport the nominee, atFrmklin of consumption. We never ukiq a future Hue of travel. financial returns gratifying. Col the Berner jur- saw a church supper at which as much leg The couimeiicrtdenl eirrlesof Old "ellMusi- Francis Buck, one of whoever he might be, developed so much iNgan TuikIsj evi nit g with a 'ruira opposition that it was withdrawn. The ors, has given bond in $2,500 to answer wis given for so little chanre and yet the call' iu the chapel adjoining the to lege I milling, committee on permanent organization re the charge of peijury and gambling in the proceeds ran up to $123 5'); $106 65 of The pnramtue was good, I lie ailmlrablo execuDruggists and Booksellers, t ported that Oen. John B. Henderson, of jury-roowhich were clear. The young ladies who tion ol the difficult vocal ul Itiiirumintal music Jesse Carter, colored, was hanged at acted as waiters were very charming and I Wng alike creditable to the ichoUrs and tbtlr been selected by it for perMifourl, had teachers Wcdneiday night the regular com. manent chairman and the report was Pittaburg Tuesday, on conviction of be- by their smiles and blandishments get nenceuieut exercliis were held and alter the readagreed to. He took the chair and when in ing accessory to the murder of John Fos- many an extra quarter for tlie cnurcti ing of a numWr of creditable tssavs. President his speech he alluded to Blaine aa a man ter some two years ago. fund. Their names were Misses Sabra Montgomery, after an a proprltte addiei, deliverA violent shock of earthquake on the Pennington, Lula Mcklnney, llettie Per ed diplomas to the three graduitts, Mtss Msnile abilities and pergonal qualiwhose splendid SsJIle Binford-- , of Hufer, ofloulsvllle, Ml ties had endeared him to the hearts of Jiis Island of Kishm, near the mouth of the roll, Lula Mock, Fannie Peake, Nannie and Miss SuJIe Hcmlis, of lannelto i. InJ iriends and whose brilliancy of genius chal- Persian Gulf, on May 19, destroyed twelve and Kittle Biughman, Mary McKinner, The evfC.cp s entertainment iu concluded lj a t). 8 lenged the admiration of mankind, a storm villages and killed 200 persons. Lucy Tate, Lizzie Bright, Ella Ramsey, odj by tbegraJuatea and !benediction by Dr. Pinckney Thompson, waa elected Iva Smiley and Annie Logan. Misses Verkes broke out and on the stage, of applause floor and galleries men stood up and waving President of the Kentucky State Medic! Sallie Vandeveer and Allie Hubble pre XErV ABTKRTlSKHKSTs. AND their hats and handkerchiefs, cheer! Society at Bowling Green. Crab Orchard tided at the lemonade stand and dispensed The other commit- was chosen as the next place of meeting. him again and sgsin. it ice cold at five cents per glass. Our Tiii-iiitin-- e ! The May statement shows that the especial thanks are due Misses Pennington tees were not ready to teport and the body adjourned till 7 r M , when it had to ad- public debt less cash in the Treasury is and McKicney, a pair of houris, who so A Tiill antl ooniplvlo aHHorlinoiil of I'lirulluro, ombraoliiK ev 60. This is a decrease of To tho Far mora and Hhippora of crytliliiK rroin llio (MioitpoMl journ again till 10 yesterday the commitgracefully ministered to our wants. lo tho FIiuhI 1'arlor Nitltox. Ke Livo Stock: millions in 11 months. tee on credentials rot being ready with it iiootl lo lo lUo laryo oIUom lo niako your puroluiNOM, no luatlctr RELIGIOUS. report. Gen. O. E. Bibcock, formerly assift ki thli The limb leassn biting nrrlve), I wlialqnantily ir qnallly ; on until, iih I nui ami ulll (Inpllrnle Chicago, June 5th. Convention called ant private secretary to Grant and Ley! that I am 111 In methol ; Rev. J. M. Joiner, missionary to Chi- coni iuls- - Ioninfi.riln; you C'luilnnali, In wtibhthe any prlooN 3011 liusinens in 10:54. Committee on creden P. Lucky were drowned off the oiin ohlalii olHouhoro, IVoIkIiI IioIiir addiMl. AIho to order at cost of anil Klve will preach at the Baptist church next mak hhrep sill Laml.s a isovl, competent thrill a full asHorlinonl ol Cofllnsi, C'avost, I have MiroiitU and ItoboN, onibrnc- sle il tial reported and report adopted. There is Florida while superintending the erec- na, pervinil attintion . . .. . Sunday night. ami u I.... ..II! .1... .it-s- i men in the I slll and Hag k... .. I , !....- - cm-iinuns no minority report. Resolutions to pro tion of a uiiti . Irt, n. iiik & (itar t.i ff.riVf. i .lisWuulrnts roomsi Dr. Ouerrant dedicsted the Southern iir.ii it at -- h.ep t llle or llo then br cl.e I oppOHllO !S. Apilipll Kj-joii. either for presentation of ceed with call of States Ilolol. Slaillord, The million-dolla- r free bridge job Presbyterian church at Frankfort e j last attention and prompt !elinuU meiti and candidates after report of committfe on res- was beaten Saturday by a majority of tra ie in Hi iture luurs rpti.ilv Sunday. The initi.il membership is about j"ur l iHi-II .11, rOS.Mlll, inuniiaii olution; adopted. votes. A total of 1,699 votes was cst, 30. The report of the committee on rules af 447 being for it, 1,099 ga"inst it. CovingRev. I. C. Morrison will preach at ter much discussion was adopted The minor ton Commonwealth. Richmond Sunday and his pulpit here Aokt Kna TilK ity report giving greiter representation to re- The Supreme Court Commission has will be filled by Rev. J. M. Bruce, of the HTOt'K publican Statei withdrawn after exciting decided, in effect, that the Singer Manu- Baptist church. & COMMISSION MERCHANT! BONANZA debate. facturing Cjmpany no longer has an exLAND. STOCK ANU CROP The committee on resolution, reported a clusive property in the A' ItkiMnhriririiiillf1. ' I i ffl-- i (iatrd C ni'r- name "Singer" l.MON sIO(U i tUllN. platform recommending such a revision of S. HeJger, of Scott, sold to T. J. Jas. Mi as a trade mark or 1 nil e name. i i, . t IIOMMl' ' riiitiisin - OHIO. th-CIXCI.VXATI, tariff hb will protect American interests I I III It 1' Iiik limit Mm krr. The Court of Appeals has affirmed ISuresri, 71 1 Iambs at ;3, to be taken in - i i . i i. iiti.i. i.inni. ami American labor, denouncing (he im. inc uecisionoi me lower court in (lie case July OlFHCR IN Mlfcfcl I'l.v Ay& ttm alti' RWSM & CO-- . Richnitoxf, Intii ', portation of Chinese cheap labor or any Griie-- i and Drier Scythe. and Snaths I of John Bmh, colore!, thrice convicted of HtFtamcis. MmhanU National llsiik tttV n. jrr; fi1 rf. V ss other foreign labor of the claw and com. the .r.j .V at T. It. Walton's, corner Main and Porner-se- t clnnall. Trai-r- s Natloiul Hint f Covington, or tfteSs .murder of Miss Annie Vanmeter, & otJSs v . Kv nv ethier of lloone county. plimenting Arthnr The latter was receivntreets. young white laly, in Fayette county. Cjiilfaltmeii. J J., ii'uuiH.'esroS. ed with cheers and platform unanimously : It H Crow sold Solon Givens 2 thorThe KtntucUan sayr: ''Dr. Chinn, lloifstesia'su-- H. 1. (iltKltM jipf o i adopted M t'OSNEII. oughbred cows for $250 and to J.S. llosley hceiidklMnian-- W Chicago, June 5th, 7:30 r. m. Conven- President of the Association of Veteran a bull calf for $15. Jfta'Road What Some of Our Bost nnd Oitisens of Lincoln and Garrard 8ay tion has just met. Galleries struck up of 1812, auks that the newspapers call at J. J.llodgkin, of Clark, sold to Badler ih uii'UriltiK.t eltlirnsof I.inenln Dl Uirrird. .to eertllv I list e have bud cur 'John Brown's Body " Martin Townsend tention to the annual meeting here in & Co., of Cincinnati, 17 head of 1,550-lb- , tlireshetl Willi IUWiikmi A Co.'m Kew Koianri llrln rntd Sel Thresh-- r ami .iln and we tire Mhnat crrat took the stand to present Arthur. His Paris on Wednesday, June 18th. As the cattle tit 5 cents, for August delivery. re.hi lor ih w.irk It lbl f.r u It threshw fin , Irsn. anl septiale. petd " nj we evi-- hitd islness lilting determine'! n cbatue nn ltua!-- onI riitisiuilher l.. wild .m ti.i,- - m. n.it . r.n k tlm unt In I, lie most ion li in-- In mm In, loll will to Conkling and Piatt resign- list three of the veterans of this county reference si? in ilt.w i has !. in l,ur Msihlnr ol this lln-- i thai hey can nm itu iTiter than it trt tlie l. W. 11. Miller and wife bought of Mr. oBer r .ale irlitfly I. 1 "i Mill l II xi.nitv. Ky I Itv ing on account of Blaine's wickednesi was have died since the meeting one year Kebecca Fish 205 acre of land on the Hrusli reek, in tmd s '",'" rbrehranil KiibIh Hlgn.l JllOsrsley.il Uu4bmtn. ) If.Kv lioiler 4xa, t.iif n IOx:o Cuuii ffpurclilai..t where arWillnlV 1UAlnH, runvil Miller J nliit I.vnn.rt .1 irls K Dweley received with a storm of hisses. lie claim- ago, he thinks this will be tho final meet- Crab Orchard pike, 4 mile from town at il simlmiary,leet II II !At,n, H K Iti.Mnr, and firl.l Mill m r..H.h, Joidsn I'eikti s, James T Ailaun, Win A niw ler h i'l M and Ihau.J Hurl Therraiertj is ed that Arthur's uominhtion would give ing, and he wants a full attendance. u e emloiM. wlut the firiiieissay In $25 to tit Il.in4nis Thrher n.l Kntliiw lm ( y lUiblnson A ( ii lltu II THA t It. their all elates of citizens. He satisfaction to Jno. M. Hail sold to Jese C. Fox 1 and III Good ICiiiuiliic Order. ft,"ii It iiiurind Indiaiu anil add he-- e l.y W iiiinanxs i nresiier, anil AIIKent We mite bought nlre CARD OF THANKS. iui ui w.,.i .iiit.iim niiii inn was spleiiillilly pair oxen for SI 15 and 7 heifers, about Tlmlier plenty and afcessilile I wld lie willing and eicii-ii- .it cut up like we often see II Mrfnel J i; l'arrli, Ilutltlo Ulds, Slanfjrd. Ks ilonriru frequently interrupted with applause Jililor Interior Journal McAlli- to exrlMngA lor Rood l.irui tk,uili as ilulea, 1t Ibiwe whoui Iistii,IiI i.urlilm-- y I eit.-n.- tlisnks l.ir tbnr patronage, and will ear lo tbi.se and when he concluded the audience got in The recent misfortune with which I met 800 Ibj., at S32, ami to Hen F. Kobinson lturfo, sttle. Ac. will up chairs and ladies waved handkerchiefs. 10 head of 1,0001b., cattle at Scents and I'ersont wlshltij to engage in lh lumber busi- Dial expert tobny that is In lake grral pleasure In Btltng youon with Ihn Urt mined nuchltierr in the low of mv house and furniture by WI see that everything hind a supple ol printed matter trle i working order I have ness will OnJ a good openlne br spplvlnn m Judge West is now present-in- s fire, baa been largely jr. 8:47 nhUh will ho aenl lo any onead Ire.slng me at MatiCird I 'nr.j! i lutinlf, Kr $1 premium on the head. i.oa.is, compensiteJ by libtil tiiislonvllle, Ky. n Vnurs sery truly, , Tit iYI.OH. IT. 2S0-ne natneof Blaine. He is so frequent- eral contributions Sales of 18 head of 10 hand, four to from many friends both ly interrupted by cheers that it is difficult seven year old mules at $185; CO head of at home and abroad. To say that I am lo pioceed. If all the delegates who are in deeply grateful to each one who 1,200 to 1,800 pound cattle at $5.40 to has rechairs and are waving handkerchiefs are membered me but $5 75; a car load of fat hogs at $140 and Lincoln Co. For Sale. feebly expresses, the emo 80 old sheep at $3.15 per cwt., are reported Ulainc men, lie will ue nominaieu. ifie tion I feel in the acceptance of the donaI otlcr lor tale privately my larm nn which I speaker laid particular stress on the asser- tions. now reside, lyiiij; un the Mi.ldlel nif pile, thru I trust that this public acknowl- in Bowling Green. tion that Blaine could he elected without UK) In Bourbon county, II. M. IJoeeberry tut U liimi lluitoiivllle, cuntniulUK alxjui gra n edgement of the favor will he received in Arri'Nof Utid, known as one auinris; Iheltwt Jfew York. Davis, of Maine, seconded. Hrov., of Baltimore, 47 and wed farms In the county. Li a well, plenty of lieu of a separate note to each one, which 1 sold to Lehman it water. In a fineitatc uf cultivation, Improwments Cullum nominated Logan and dwelt parwould cheerfully write, did I only know head of cattle at 0 cents per pound. Berry guod, ail neiessary outbuildings, two l.ir.-- turns ticularly on his war record; said he had on wentr of In rate the names of each donor. To each one I Bedford and John B. Kennedy sold to fnicini! Atwutfirst aires order, coin, abouttimber ' sues A& are In land. never lost a battle nor disobeyed an order. same party 70 head 48 head of Mr. Bed- in imall (.rain and l.ilnm c In KraM Also stout lu Mention of Grunt loudly cheered as well as am truly thankful, and doubly so on ac- ford's feeding at $5 00. Acres of Land alrfiut fl miles troin llusluiivllle. nn Husloiivlilo.k Hudfordsvillc pike about 3) Acres bis other remarks. Qen. I'rentirs, of Miss- count of the prompt and delicate manner cleared, balance Iu timber. Would make a pood in which the contributions were made. I LINCOLN COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. little hum. Also 1M .icresof tine lliubor adjo Tho largest stock ever in Stanford and tho best to bo found in Central Kon-tuckissippi, seconded. ume, flnelot of locust timber on It, Also will add that I likewise feel grateful lo Hawley was put in nomination by Bran- Miss Alice, daughter of X. D. Snow, stout 1,300 Acres tlnely limbered land lying near those who came promptly to the ocene of the roid Irom Itullln I ork loLllerty It Ian II no embracing about twenty fivo different styles Jrom the lending manudiger, who said if the convention had a bettody of timber and the most of It very well locaconflagration and endeavored lo subdue the died on Sunday night. ted for cultivation. The above named tiactaof candidate than he, Connecticut would ter The town trustees held a meeting timbered lands all lie In C'ney county I n 111 sell facturers in tho United flames. Had their ability been equal to Stttes. Persons contemplating buying a vehiclo thia laudi on cheerfully support him. Tue'day evening. J. P. tioode was re any or all thealovetell. Any revwaabla ttrnu, as onu wlihiug to purtheir good will. I am assured that much of lam deterin'ucd to 11:20 r. m. When Ohio was called there Spring should select tho same or place their orders nt once; for at this season elected marshal. A tax of 25c on the 5100 chase would do nell to Clveme a call XJT-a. J. MUl I1;, Iiustonvllle. cheering and Judge the loss would not have occurred. For was levied on all real estate; poll tax SI 50 was considerable their efforts I feel ae greatly obliged as I " all manufacturers of vehiclsa Rro invariably over-ruwith orders Voraker took the platform to present th prospect good for order and would bad they succeeded. My neighbors They report Sherman, Judge Holt, ol Kentucky, they are sufficiently and it tlie vehicle wanted is not on hands, it will require from four to eight have conducted themselves toward me Bobriety and think ateonded in a well received speech. Here with characteristic hospitality. They have guarded against official peculation. weeks tD obtain it; four weeks being required to make, finish aud dry a first-clas- s our report closed with the convention nt 111 thrown We are having a nightly drill in the their doors open to my family and DIIVGGINT, session. No chance for ballot THE in bid them welcome. A consciousness that I art Terpsichorean in anticipation of the job ready for shipment, under the most favorable circumstances. The Mahone delegation from Virginia have such coming festivities, such as fairs, hops and a number of sincere friends of - was sealed. All work sold by mo will be found to bo such as I represent them, unless I itself covers in my estimation a even great church entertainments. History is evident Thoro is no telling who will be nomini-leH- . er loss by fire. Iv repeating itself in this particular. Some Tuos. RicnAUDs. havo been deceived myself, and in that cvont tho purchaser will bo fully The Shermans seem lo have the years ago Queen Klizibeth of England, of Is Preparing; for n Lively Summer Stanford, June 5, 1881. it. Trade buldge 'now. Tecump says he don't want blessed memory, closed a royal proclamaCall and examine my stock and I will do my best to pleaso you usually tion, setting forth religious ceremonies to Ills line of gooda,s In every variety kind, Is found W. B. LOCAL MATTERS. WiHOiirKTEn, June Cth. Hon. House of the In a in style, quality and price. You can get as good vehicles from mo and at a be observed by the lieges during a certain large and complete. Frtsu vegetable at S. S. .Myers. Smith was made temporaiy chairman of a week, with the announcement: "On Wedconvention and Hon. C. M, the appellate Judicious Alterations in the Internal Ar- reasonablo prico? as you can obtain nnywhero elso and get a guarantee on ItAiN is beginning to be badly needed. nesday there will be solemn dancing." rangements Secure Room Oomfort CUj peimantnt chairman. Comtnitle on Miss Sarah Curtis started on Wednesthorn, besides that is worthless to you when buying away from home. Resand Better Display. CANNED goods ver low at T. K. Wal. credentials did not report till this afternoon. day for Cumberland Falls, where her many la called to but the opposition ton's, Particular attention Ridtlell is in the lead, pectfully, !) friends who visit that locality will be unking strong rflbrlH to tieeat hliu. One horse running away with a two pleased to find her cheerful presence, A Large and Elegant Addition to tho Stock of Jewelry, Tom Buford has returned lo the An- horse wagon was the cauce cf much ex- Your correspondent has evidence that he citement on Main street yesterday. sick and worn out. And article of vertu. several complimentary notice) by his lost chorage asylum side-walk NOT YET. y. Dr. and shovel in front of his promises nnd after Second hand champion combined reap- considerable cxcafalion discovered a veriter and mower in good repair for sale cheap. able paved which from i's venerGeo. D. Wearen. able appearance he pronounces to be pre.,. ... - .i Mns. TnuEitEAKT requests us in her historic. name to return her sincere thanks to the DANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. members of tho Valley Cornet Band for the W. D. Jlontcoiiiirr rhJ MIm Ails Montgom excellent music they furnished at the ery outlined license lo iiiarry on theM lust. Commencement. . -- An Infant child of Mr. JoUn 1'rosl, alxmt -. is tke failure to die from his late illness. Brown employed a force with pick for sale only by Bright & Curran. "Boss," Tiik Peerless Ice Cream Freezer Alfeiw atationnw MtV'ilsr -- ., m Q I 'tuisy Sk tl o. - and Fancy Artiolos. sit-uiti- y VM" IU-p(r- (l 4 e toll-ga- te worl-limis- Wi Hi HIGGiNS pj ; 1 le --. .- com-Line- !t WALL PAPER, i t t 4 I TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON, McROBERTS JELe STAGG'S KTA2VFORl. WEKA IIOUsST; ItLOCK, Dm-vlll- B UNDERTAKER, WEABEIL A CARD Xealci in jo " o 1 iij p light-hous- su cpiiihivi, iarn w. m, coJvrivER, W. H. TRAYLOR, mini lli-tii, m i GRAIN FIELD SEED THRESHER. 1 ... i iS&SS, iP rP"zSs! Ta-ine- .f3$,& ' "i yr ,'f y7 a da tMjs t Saw JliliJPor Sale! I ', , 1 r ta' I Kin-br.- J reK-4i- 1 i -- l 1 r -- if an U-i- PINJi Farm Buggies, Phaetons, Sur reys. Carriages, Village Carts, e Jersey and Open Spring Wagons, tc. tf first-class- n er. F. Peacock t. r HUSTONVILLE, KY., T first-dai- i &230. O. WKAREltf, STANFORD. KY Mfgs Agt., V t A 4 N t Menial and Moral Philosophy Mls-epathy nnd good wisher) (or u and our STAtllOROtEMALE COLLEGE. devoted tetcheia who hnve Inhored in Mary lleid, Helen Thurmond, Lizzie Port-maiStmrSittcchliilnltriorJoarnal Another cycle in the flight of time lin.- our behall. As atudctitn who have faithJennie Crane, Lillie Shelton, Belle fully performed the work given during the been reached and piHed and another past months, thin occasion, this appreci Tyree, Ellen lUllou. 'JuneG, 1884 of the Stanford Ktinale College i Stanford, Ky., French Misrc Annie Alcorn, Jennie Hiiillcnco anu the pretence ol lonu numbered with thorc that have gone before. ative parentR and earnest teacliera give new Crane, Ellen ISallou. Kor fourteen eeiiiiou thi excellent intl zeal. The joya we now experience com pen Mathematics -- Mis Ellen Ballon. I, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. tiitinn of learning ho been in our mldat sale in good measure for the trial attendNatural Science! Mis Ellen Rallou. ing our naat live and htlp to strengthen 13 44 r. m. elevating the ec mm unity by it high atan Mall train goto- - North- rui.i, DIPLOMA. our heart Tor those jet before u, for m. . " " Houtb IMP. IOUa.m. dnrd of culture mid rcflncmnct and grow- "There will come, alike the day of trial Mi Ellen IJallou having completed the EirroulMln" Houth 2 IH a. u. ing in popular fnvor, until it li;n reached " Nurii " unto all, and the rude world will bullet schools of Mathematics, Natural Sciences, We do not covet for o'jr fu Tlio above li calculated on itandanl time, rtolar h K)int which make it the pride and hon u alike." English Literature, Mental and Moral time It about 20 minutes fatter or f town and oounty. To Mrt. True-hear- t, ture, monument of marble with shaft Philosphy, History, French and German, reaching toward the aky, telling ol the the principal, and a oorp of excel- vanities of power or the vain pomp of wa declared n full graduate with the deLOCAL NOTICES. lent teachtrr, great credit i due. Krom a glory, hut monument ot nobler strength gree of "Maid of Arts." Tlio principal said llui 1'aints of l'ennr h McAlUter. Mimll beginning "lie hta aurceeded in build and more precioua than these, monument years Muw IJallou has s garden ed at MoKoberla ln( up a achool rrcdiid to nflnc of it kind of of esteem, of uratitude. Mon- of her: "For eight A BUM', ument fixed in the heart and memories been a pupil of Stanford Female College. in the Slate, and with an executive ability, of those who with us have toiled alouglhe She secured the love of her teachers by her LANititETim Garden Feeds at IVnny A rarely rhowu in one of her Hex, rhe ha pathway of life, to whom we have givwi kindnett and induttry and retires from the McAlisl.'rV a are not unmindhope and Jo. tfAAS IIor Cholera Cure. Penny phcrd It on a financial baU junt irong mhait peace, the value joy. We monument many College with a mind well stored with inful of of earth' i cloatd gratifying. The eeion sole agents. & McAlialer I fuconUin valuable to which we formation. Her record good and her Ci.osx your account with Penny A Mc; been a very euccewful one. The attendance should givo heed. Lfl me call attention ture is full of premise. All wish her well Alister ly cash or note. ha been fully up to the average, uhile the lo rome of thee' Kjypt, with her Ptra-miall part with her with regret." wliu-- e colors! wall fill the observer 8otA water with pure fruit flavor at boarding department ha been fuller than Several limes dining the reading of the Mcltobertf ASUmV , ever. Wilh the exctptiou ol one, detlh, with nive, tells cf a past most wonderful report nod at its close the band discoursed BiiAK.Aflw stock of ef ery thlnir in' the enduring. We bow wilh reverence in that nf the wiuome little Lollle Allen, and presence of such stupendous structures, some fine music. Itev. J. S. Sims then came the jewelry line n't Penny A McAlisturV.. not such feat of skill and atrrngth. ard which reulted from natural Koine forward and in very complimentary term HuHh, cattle, sheep and oultry powfrom epidemic or conlagiou dieae, there with her solid masonry and marble dtoru introduced Mirs Ellen IJallou. She waa der for sale by Mcllobtrt A rJta(-- . tlon", ber Korum, her .aqueduct, her triNKwskadrs of ready inlied paints for ha been no rick hem in the tchool. In umphal arche, tell not only of famous beautifully clad in a white satin and lace fact our town la notod for it" iiealihfulneA. spring trade at McKoberta A8taKR. conquerors, powerful king and desolating drc" and in a well modulated voice read Watch m, Clocks and Jewelry repaired a point that perone having children to war-- , but of learned philosopher and the following: VAI.KD1CTOUY. and warranted by Penny A McA lifter. educate diotlld bear in mind, while taking mighly sage America, our own, i I not "Monuments" of the world's excellence, wanting in these marka of gratnek" We Ton Sa. K, a new upriht,J. A C. Fischer into ootifideration it other advantage hive our grand capltol in Waahingtot; we btauty and pyramidal greatness have had n piano. Apply at I.stkhiuk JorANAL of- Tlierecond femture of the CummeLoeuit-ii- t have Maronic Temples, ball of science, pursing view; the woader of old England fice extrcircr, the firal hng the annual permem, stalue of Washington, Clay, Kranklin, have received au Augustan touch; "Girl" of New anu full clock of Fndilne Tackle report of which appeared in Tueday' universities aid college, which tell of the iu reality, have been mirrored and on the every variet) Junt received at MoKobertH At a trip over attainment of tier scholars, the valor of winged Pegasus you have had eighty days. edition, w (he KtK'n. the continents in lcsri than herroldieM, the excellence of her stitei-meTHE ANNl'AI. CO.VCEHT. Soda Wafer In the clt at Pen-nTur brl and the pitriotic virtue ol citizens. Also you have seen "What a night may A MeAlisler'-- ; made with pure rook The large! crowd that ever areeiubled at brim forth." a well a the wonders of Na flavored with pun-a- t fruit a iuii!ar etitirlair.ment here greeted Ihe Scattered throughout the land nrememori candy ayrup and and tablet, commemorating ture' still "small voice" and for me it haa al tomb juicea ladie at the Opera Houre Tueiulay noble ijiMlitie or deep affection, Amid bien left to give the fniewell Ham' Hoc i Itemedr ued by the bent Toutig Anurired of the sleeplineia and indiffer thisaepiilchral grandeur are many grave breeders tbroMihout the rmintrr. A "lire night. The weill er war bright and plf unmarked mvo by the green sod, whose ence which may overcome even the mot d IVnny A MeAlisler nnd for three hour the nudience ami pieventlve. cure nympathetic audience while a rchool-girl'- in life constructed for them Agents, with uiiueunl interest a programaie occupantvaledictory is in progress, 1 beg indulgence. elve monument which will never crumthat hi a entertaining as it waa full of ble, never drcay. Monuments of good We know that the mantle of Solomon haa PERSONAL. Part firt began with Oov. variety deed, lovingaympathy, precious memorie. not fallen over u. and the uenius of Addi Mil. 11. 1. Ciuio went to the Cumbereach can erect and son and Macauloy is a legacy we have not Grand March, followed by a num-Ixrr- These monument the presumption to claim, but our aspiraland on a flliinc tour. neither time nnr the clement destroy. diflicult inrtrumcntal and vocal tions are not unworthy and this audience Vr.ZVl.TA, of Covington, 'Theimalleit pebble In tbo well of truth ltEV. J. It. 'which wtre tendered hjth skill is appreciative as well as sympathc lie. and tlWuuJ Hit tti HirtlcuUr attended the Commencemtnt When a mutician has been tortured beIn some of the When inan'i best iiiotiuiueuti have pauul waj." fully and ' arlirlicallyMtsi Katk Enr.i.tK. a brljht little piece three piano and an organ, with two yond endurance by the cores and deceits of Perevering riTjrt, untiring industrv, the world, the desue to cay farewell will beauty of Hoyle, ban arrived for the Hep. on erch, were med and the encouragement from the wise anil good, performn s and send forth a Mn anii Miw. V. M. Wlbiikii, of Mt. time and execution were ruch a could istonce from parenl and teachers, we touch hi like a dream of rich melody that lloats about him Vernon, wrre down thu week and took in hive been obtained cnlv by long anJ pa- look confidently into a future of pleasure, like sweet memories that live promire Thi preaince intensifies our oidy on the breath of music. the Commencement etttrw. tient practice Although she libured un- hope and we welcome all most gladly. Poets have sung sadly, pathetically, M. 11111.114 and daughter Mn. J. lovely in sweetly of the painful disability of a acre throat der the Uelle Tyree wa Mi very but poets and lat good-byMitre Nora, l'earl and Lillian, of Hry and w in no condition to sing, Mis Hell white mull, French embroidery and white musicians are often crushed spirits that antavllle, are vMting Judge J. M. 1'hil Tyreang "Ihe the and other piece r bhon and although still suffering with a hive envrlnited the loncdooked-for- . !p. hc could rore throat, read an eay on the "Wonders gNd farewell in a mirtof tears, or drowned in a manner which showed what feeble echo in strain mournful or reKey. and Mm J. S. Sims of She of Kiglish Literature" in a manner that its do under favorable circumstance morseful. It is impossible that any who arc icuest at the Collrpe. It ha a awrel and voice and her would have done creat credit to a well have looked loDgingly and lovingly from South-Ben- d look natural and pleaant to have them friends sympathized with her in her etlort jteraon. the inexperience of girlhood in olbe luture again in our midst Mii Mary IWd waa even more charm- of young womanhood can forget the thrill l so much cost to please. A very amusing u which the last school-boodelight Wr. hav been put under UMinj and well sung selection wa "lxdge. Night" ing than uaual in a beautiful white dress ol laid with was upon ihe ahelf! They recall the to Mr. Uobt. Iljjd, the obliging French embroidery and blue ribbon lif Misrei Julia Cooper and Lin Karri with imagination that in wayward flight saw train dispatcher at Rowland, and to Mr. They both have guod volcei and act with and told in a moat pleasing manner "What triangle-"- , parabolas, hyerbolaa and tinfip-ishe- d range waa T.K.Spink, compositions grow dim in the disgraceful ease. The "Sleigh Hell Hide" a girl can do." Of course the Mk. J. C. IIavh left yesterday for Hee wa broad and ahe improved it with great cred- tance itrj excellently given, in fact all the Hat while we do not sflect any great Lick Spring on the Cumberland, where he young ladie did well and when it is known it to her sex. at the thought of leaving school, we will spend the suinmrr and Mr. Hay will her subject Misi Jennie Crane took that oyir fiftr look part, it will be seen will, no doubt, often return to the familiar, winged Uy at htr father', in Garrard. books, and a we turn ihe leave Tne "A ride on Pcgasua" and on her how dillicult it is to particularize. Miis S C. Tut Kit EAtirnd Mia Pat-ti- e eleedshesAW many thing of which he see the faced of teichers and school mate part first cloed with "Auld Ling Sync" in our college chapel. Again will Mc(ithee, for Comu, Mis , Mir Addle manner. She was by a ''Tom Thumb Troupe" in which the told in a very captivating the mysteries ol science, hear 1'urnell, for Narhville, Mi L ziie Watson very pretty in Pari muslin and white rib- we enter little glrlt of the College and a number of again familiar voice make plain difficult tloweri. and LillieShellon for Tiptonvillu, Tenn., wee iiimitioii .demonstrate inexplicable prob 1 little buy took put. They were bon and natural left thin morning on the 2 3t express. "What a Night May Itring" was the sub-j-c- l lurni AtKlirh tltuei. UlSCOrm Will men like'old time mm and women and l then of Mis Lillie Shelton' very creditable away into sweetest music. We will fields Mn. M. V. Timkkkuki:, the accom- looked a cute at tiny acled Prl Second wondrous plished matron of the College, with Mies wsr entitled the "Kestival of the Seasons" wy, which sic read very sweetly. Her delight to wander over ihe we will not fear ol literature. Yes, I think Dora Hryant, Mary Uryant, .Madie While and wa both tutrrt.iiniug ami instructive. dres wa of India mull, with French em tn of French re- uiaz-- s ih. and Jennie Crnne, under the care of Prof. It wa written by Mis P attic I 'urn el I, a broidery and white ribbons and she waa a Hircii. nor hesitate to worship before the i.awiiiieriny nrflfiinditv of German philoso W. K Jennings leave fjr Virgini on the sinter of the accomplished mueic teacher, picture of lovliner. we will not brunette, phy. No, in this tender dream Milton, nor C. AO this a. m Mi Mary Oulh, a bright-eve- d and i a couiHiitIoii nf much merit Mist grow weary of the sublimity of viritlng here A.MONlt the young ldl muslin, with lce 0 overpowered by the giant-i- ke Shake- I'.IIeii IJallou very charmingly represented handsome in white dotted . . L entitled speare. .... shepnerua.s mie, t Vvi imd Kate Wher- - i lin "Spirit of June ami Mi-e- . are Mi-- iruai me Ullla The Little trimming, prerented an on rilt, of Iiiicter. the former the giu-i- t of Portmati, Spring, Lillie Shelton, Summer, 'Nature' Still, Small Voice," which wa aud valea of Scotland, will tall sweetly we our ear and we will sigh, perhap, that MiM D.It Iturii'ide. the latter of Mr. V e can HelleTjree, Autumn and P.ittie McOehee, will written and well read. hail not gathered in jre treasure. M. Iloglr; Hnrhanan, of Crh Or After another selection by the band, Mr. .m Hn..p fnr while it is Willi Uofelinerf Wintir. Thdri-- i o rach CJmmndod chard, with Mi. A. A. McKinney; Mie with tl.es-io- n came forward and read pleasure we part wilh Khool life, Bt the reuentel and each had a S. P. Myer THK ANNUAL llfcl'OKT. the Allie Dunn, of Uichmoud, and Mattin long same time it pain us that we must part wilh line of attendant to represent the and whom Kranr, of Crab Orchard, with Mr. J. K. For want of space we omit the list of ihote who have loved us tenderly particular 'lower and other distinguishing more hi aociatd distinguished" in we love. They will no nor again be callKarri. and mest with u in school labor, ftaturo of their time. The reasona in "distinguished Mim Tva C'cckk, lufi for her home tendered an accuimt in song and lab the various cla?es and begin with the ed together by the familiar chime it the turn Ihensfcei coiuuiuuion of Mary Bruce and old school-bel- l at Somerville, Term , yertrrday and will lean of ttieir mission in enh and many pris: Mis Kate Alcorn, Bearing tHch others ..lull Mill College here. Kor likely not return to the nT Maggie Bright each received a prin for of the latter were sitiking in beauty sharing each other's joys, a we ehe ha been turirlant muic two reading; Dollie McHoherU burdens, spelling and abjut the College strolled coriectrter. There were a number of teacher, vsith much credit to herelf and and Annie Green for reciting poetry; Mary grounds, mint be remembered a things ot vocal tolot tendered during it perfennance, Hope, wilh sireu song, wh'upers had gotten to be the favorite of everybody fur improvement in readme; Nan me past one eiuecially worthy of remark by Mis Hrvant of per- we miy again meet, bill one farewell ha of her nuuibei who knew her. The announcement Maggie Davl, "The LaatKodu of Summer '' nie Vaiidcveer for grentest frnin ii- -. a tia.nl parting that Owsley, Fio-- ii !,.,,, irnw... determination will therefore be received "., whnle perlo rmanco wta hiphly com fect mark in spelling; LinJ l,a no hope of reuricn lure One has Ballon and Belle Bourne in ariihme.tic; gone from our midst that we will ever rewith regret, hich will he Homewhit nine plimtillUHl, goon judges pronouuum u uuliorated by ihe auMirance that he will oo best of the kind given by the school. 1 he Mary Alcorn in history; Ihillie McHobert member with love S pure, guide and in reading; An- lovely she was The ear.U had just laid caatotially make our town a virit indefatigable and excellent mimic teachers, in Geography; lhasie Beid aside her white shroud and Spring hid We regret exceedingly that Prof. V. Mi gle Billou,vMaggie Owtdey in Latin gram-ina- i; Addie Puniell and Eva Cocke, come to fill the earin with rejoiritw, h n Lou Dunn in English grammar-.NanniK. Jennings will not return to the College she, the sweet pet of the College, wa called great praise for their untiring labors, Alford for reciting poetry; Dirtchie Buraway. The angel thai hoxered over her in Stp'rmber, having accepted h mro Inch have been so abundantly rewarded in He i h rlewtitre. ton, Mttttie Vandeveer, Lizzie Farris, Ma-di- e pillow aaw hi own pure iuwuH rill ded lucraliv" )illon No one unacin rcult on their pupil her face and wavini; ah ft the white winWhite, Baltic Mcliehee and Jennie superior teiclier, a rnodirt, unaMaming customed to such work ha the faintest of heaenlv beamy hnre her to the rea'm gentleman ami ha won the rerpect and idea of the toil and solicitude they go Crane in elocution, after a contest of sever- of eternal light, where beamy aid pi rity ce voice admiration of the entire community. Miri through nor cw they comprehend their al monthf; Dona Hamilton in painting; willbe peifcieil an.i il.e ihe melodi-o- il d in pain willj-.iiI).ira Hrvant, a painstaking and arcom anxiety on such an ocoson. u n oiu Mary Uully and Mattie Yarbrough got of the CelB lal sonu i n the shire pliahed instructor, who h won her way ir,f simple justice to them to say that they each a gold ring for neatnes; Julia Cooler, We lift our eyes to the hills, whence y Linda Owsley, Mary Bryant and Flora Biver. our help and sav, "We ble-- s Tine the afTcctionof our people, we are also conieth have bien fsithful and thai their work hi Uivens in deportment; Annie Oreen for that Thou givrst the assurance inai sne ta to nnnounco will not return She hn been well done. greatest improvement in penmanship, a with Thee " My heart is filled with gratreveral region and ha full v been here THK COMMKNCKMKNT and love to each of you, my teacher., demonstrated her abililit a a thorough For the first time in the history of the gold pen, and Mary Gully for perfection in itude kindi es and patience of past years the , a gold pencil. peuman-ihipteacher. school perhaps, no rain fell fiom the beginI love you, my school mates, nnd wish you In Mis Cocke's class Misses Maggie Da-- well. A you travel the deserl of lire, may ning to the closing of the week' exercIofo a week of A nitaNii Hop and Lou Dunn and in Mis PurnellV the hours we have spent together be a cise and no pretty dre was spoilt d, unless unusual gayety. McGehee and Sallie source ol sweet meditation to you and lo the dust, which wa never so great, con c1m Misses Pattie ,, Fifty thousand full count, sawed tributed to that end. The weather coutiu-ue- May Hill for improvement in instrumental meTru-Ue- e of the Stanford f emaie iwOiiege, shingle for sale. Bright A Cnrran. evening uiii'ic each received a handsome medal and citirenn of the place and friends asiembled, fine and a full moon made the for being the most proficient Mi Jennie you for Your interest, your paThe finest and best chewing and smok- nlmosl all that could be desired. Before Crane wa awarded the star medal. These I thanknnd your sympathy, and say the tience school-year- , ing tobaccos in Stanford 'an he found at 7 o'clocK the rush for seaJs begun and by this pleasin appropriate speeches by word that closes this the time the school girls, looking lovely in were presented evening and our school life farewell, S. 8. Myer'. ant spotless white drew, entered lho Opera Bev. P. T. Hale. The valedictorian as well as the other OK DISTINCTION. CK11TIK1CATE9 Comb and sec the Handsome Dinner House, keening time to a grand march, young ladie who entertained the audience, depirtment. well played by the Valley Cornet Band, the Set in our qucenwre Natural Sciences Misses Mary Reid, were the recipients of many handsome bouAnnie Alcorn, Eliza Bright A Curran. was crowded with Indies, but lew Jennie Crane, building quets, which added still greater beauty to Thk Presbyterian ladies gave a supper gentlemen being able to get feat. The Llllio Shelton, Helen Thurmond, Mary the already beautiful scene on the stage. in the Ice Cream Saloon of S. S. Mjern last scene was a lovely one, rivaling in beauty Gully, Dona Hamilton, benediction wa pronounced at 10:30 English Literature Misses Pattie Mc- The nightand realized $37. It was an the freshest flower garden. Bev. P. T. the vast crowd, which had been un and affair. The young ladies who Hale opened tho exercises with prayer, the Oehee, Madie White, Ellen Wearen, Lizzie usually attentive and quiet slowly left the were Misses Sue Helm, bind again burst forth in melody and then Portman, Mary Beid, Lillie Shelton, Belle hall. acted as waiters Lottie Rochester, Lucy Burton, Annie Mc- Mi Annie Alcorn, radiant in India mull, Tyrte, Annie Alcorn, Dona Hamilton, In bidding the teachers and young lawe wish them a pleasant reKinney, Jennie McKinney, Ellen Wearen, Valleucenneslace, white latin ribbons and Mattie Yarbrough, Mary Gully, Jennie die good-bye- , Belle Root, Bettie Paxton, Annie "Wray, natural flowers, read wilh graceful ease tho Crane. turn to their homes, a joyous meeting with Misses Sallie King, Berlin History Lettie Helm. hved ones and a vacation unclouded by UALUTATOllY ADD!IEb8. Shreve, Maggie Davis, Mattie Vandeveer. The glad face of my schoolmalea express sorrow or regret. Some of them go away to A btatement of the financial condition Mathematics Miss Ida Prewitte. and these will ever bear a more eloquent welcome than any greetFrench-M- iss Marv Reid and Eliri Ows- return no more of Lincoln county is given on our first give utterance. The ley. our food wishcj for their happiness and bonded and oth- ings to which I can page. It shows lho total kiud and nuriug looks of the many German Misses Pattie McGehee, Lillie succtes, but we hope to see a large majority er indebtedness of the county to be faces before us till our hearts to Shelton, Madie White. of them here again, and when the Flf and ascertained and its SCHOOL DIl'LOMAS. and create emotions which the teenth Seislon of the College open on the leaving the debt but overflowing estimated $13,oT7.07, Mioses Msry Helm, Aunie second Monday in September, have them History fiding shadow ol time will never fade exhibit Thl ! a gr&tifyiuj $0,03131 Shanks, Annie Dunu, Mattie Otrsley, Jen- tak up theTr'stay wilh us for another ten We accept Jour presence here shows tint our financial affair, are in and evidencepf your sym- - nie McKinnoy, Alice llamp'.on. , , monthi. klt3d audience, as an safe hands. no-tIs n, LAN-mmi, lew-nn- a y nt wit-ne'ee Me-Crer-et-rci- e. harp-string- ZHI.O. I have received and. am still receiving New Goods for Spring and Slimmer, comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley RUFLET. k CURRAN T -- " t BRIGHT -- j WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. Farming Implements, gies, Wagons, INCLUDING THE Bug- Mitchell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, McFarland and U. S. Buggies and Carriages. SOLE ACENTS FOR Dij" well-traine- d obti-f-alio- k Plows, Sole Agents for Furst & Bradlej 's Sulky and Turning Plows, .and Hamilton ao-ro- w r well-wor- u Riding and Walking Cultivators.. Sole Agents for Evans Corn Planter and Thomas Harrow; Ha chines; AXX Also Agents for "Walter A. Wood Harvesting ilre-ws- AT BED ROCK PRICKS. 1.- nte u" Mi-ji.I- mum NEED rei-io- n arm-in-ar- m Of any of the goods named below yon should by all means buy them of Ta R. WALTON, Corner Main and Somerset streets, where you are sure to be TREATED FHHLY & SQIUHELY-- . de--.-- rv e u.a-wa- hu-he- i or-r- fr vi Flour, Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffee, Molasses Syrups, Apple Vinegar, d m -- $20,-fiG-- Best Coal Oil, Mackerel, Soaps, Starch, Bluing, leas, Hope, Canned Goods, and Fancy Groceries generally; Nails, Hoes, Picks, Shovels, Jb orKS, Hakes, Hatcliets, Axles and some Shelf Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, Ohio Glazed Stoneware, Brooms, Churns, Baskets, Tubs, some Harness and Saddles, Tobaccos and Cigars, Spices, Candies, Nuts, Fruits, &c, and all at VERY Low PftlCES. Country Produce Want- - a J4, A IWMMtMMMMMiMMMINN WMmMMJlM CHILDHOOD MUSINGS. AatKUtCAX COLLEOCS. WISE nouns. Hatisf" Childhood is tho glad springtimo of States about 300 institutions called collife. It is there that tho seeds of future leges or universities, exclusive of instiJune B, 1S8-- greatness or startling mediocrity are Stanford, Ky., tutions which receivo ouly womon. Of 30WU. theso colleges or universities alout If a boy has marked out a glowing fuor nearly 200, have been organ.J. TIIOUHLESOME HOT. ture ns an intellectual giant it is during ized ainco 1850 ; only twenty of thorn Dt bod BCKDnrrn. theso early dnys of his growth that ho were in existonce before this century, " I liopo nothing will linppon to that gets soma pino knots to bum in tho and only twonty-eigh- t wore iu existence boy," Uio cross passenger remarked, evening, whereby ho can read Ilorbert in 1820, of which last number twouty-si- x anxiously, ns wo nero speeding north- Spencer and tho Greek grammar, so wore distributed over twolvo of tho ward from London. TUo boy in ques- that when ho is in good society he can thirteen original States. More than one-thir- d tion was about 7 years old. Ho was en- say things that nobody can understand, of theso SCO institutions charge no tertaining the passengers by running up This gives him an air of mysterious tuition feo or only a Luminal one (not ud down the aMo, shouting like a greatness which soaks into thoso with over 830 a year) ; and in this largo class Comancho Indian. Ho would run to whom he comes in contact and makes are included such institutions as tho tho roar door, kick tho panels, and them respectful and unhappy while- in State Universities of California, Iowa, shout "Hoi" Then ho would run to lus presence. Kansas, Michigan, Miunosota, Missouri, Boys who intend to be railroad men Nebraska and Wisconsin, tho University tli6 forward door, kick it, and say "ITayl" When this performance be- should early begin to look about them and tho Collego of tho City of New York, gan to grow maddening with tho mo- for some desirublo method of expunging Lehigh University and Oberliu College. notony, tho boy would lend it a variety two or throe Angers and one thumb. agriThere are, moreover, forty-thre- e Most boys can do this without difUculty. cultural and mechanical colloges by pausing to look into soino passenger's face, while at tho sanio timo ho Trying to pick a card out of tho endowed by the Government, when it is in operation is n good tho great majority of which charge no would Btriko at him and shriek, "I'll feel gloomy and tuition fee. All but five of these kill you I" It was very interesting, and way. Most Now and then unhappy until they have eaten tho finwo all loved the infant. institutions have been organized tho mother would say, " Sammy, Snm-m- gers off two or three boys. Then they ainco tho civil war, and thoso five have dear, yon mustn't strike the gen- go on with their work cheerfully and been reorganized nud amplified. While tleman ; perhaps tho gentleman doesn't even hilariously. tho population of the United States has Boys who intend to lead an irreproachlike it." And then the gentleman in the probably increased about five-fol- d would lie like a Trojan, and say, "Oh, able life and bo foremost in every good sixty yean, botwoen 1820 and 1880, tho yes, ho didn't mind it ; ho liked little word and work should take unusual pre- number of colleges and universities has cautions to socuro perfect health and boen multiplied by fourteen. All the boys." And so wo were all nervous and wor longovity. Good boys never know when old colleges in tho original States charged ried for fear tho child might get hurt. they are safe. Statistics show that tho and still charge a tuition fee ; but tho "Wo fairly grow wild with anxiety. Ho ratio of good boys who die, compared to principal increaso in the uumber nf colts bad ones, is simply appalling. sloped at my scat, snatched the leges has been at the Wist, and it is There are only thirty-uln- a out of my hands and roared, eood bora thero that the practice of charging no "Gimmy thnt pencil I" and when his left as wo go to press, and they are not tuition fee most obtains. The dtiliculty mother said, "Why, Sammy, I arc j feeling very well themselves. of justly estimating the relative standafraid you disturb the gentleman," Tho bad ones are all alive and very ing or merit of thoso institutions is very active. Sammy jelled, "I'll kill him 1" great, particularly for an oducated man was so anxious about him that I The boy who stole my I lost who tries to choose a collego for his sons. watched him all tho way down tho aisle spring and went out into tho graveyard Tho names collego and university afford to see if ho wouldn't fall and break his and dug into a grave to find Easter eggs, no indication of tho real grade of tho neck. So we nil sat and watched him, is tho picturo of health. He ought to institutions to which they are applied, with concern written nil over our live a long time yet, for ho is in very and tho common criterion of price tho faces. Tho boy snatched an apple away i poor shape to bo ushered in before the rule that the dearest is probably tho from tho fat passenger, kicked tho cross bar of judgment. beat also fails ; for somo of the instijwisBcnger's valise, mado faces at tho sad I When I was a child I was different tutions which chargo very low fees, or passenger, and hit tho man on tho wood-bo- x from other boys in many respects. I nono, aro Iwtter than sotnn which chargo twice with a stick. , Once, and only , was always looking about to see what higher fees. President Kiwi' report. once, he made an offer to slap tho woman good I could do. I am that way yet. who talks bass ; but she glared upon him If my little brother wanted to go in THEATIIICAL AVUIKSCKH. with a croak that mado his hair stand oa ' swimming contrary to orders, I was not John McCullough, in an interview end, and ho avoided her during tho rest strong enough to provent him, but I with n reporter of the Cleveland Herald, would go in with him and savo him from discoursed as follows about tho audiof tho trip. At last, just as ho was rushing up to n watery grave. I went into tho water ences he meets : " There is n vory geu-en- d the forward door to kick it, the iinpetu- - thousands of times that way, and as a impression, you know, that Westcms brakeman bariged it open to an- -' result he is alivo audiences aro the most onthusiustie. ern nounco a station. It cracked that boy ! But ho is ungrateful. Ho hardly over That is a mistake. They are not. A on tho head with tho knob, and tho boy mentions it now, but ho remembers tho Western audteuce is a very rervid auacted wry much as he would have acted gordian knots that I tied in his shirts. dience. They are chary of applaune had ho been shot with a catapult, and it He speaks of them frequently. This far moro so than in New York or Boslook all tho in tho cooler to shows the ingratitudo and natural do-- , ton. Those are the two cities w hero autool off his head, and tho boy was ef- -' pravity of tho bunion heart. diences are the most enthusiastic factually quieted down. And it wa Ah, what recompenses have wealth "If Uiey liko you, if they think your really pleasant to boo the weariod look of . and position for tho unalloyed joys of playing is good enough to be noticed at anxious concern pass off tho passengers' ( childhood, and how gladly to-das I all, thoy ore far more ontlnHiiwtio than faces after tho brakeman dropped the sit in tho midst of my Oriental splendor an audience in tho Western part of the boy. Tho cross passenger's grim face and castlo magnificence and thoughtful-relaxe- d country or in the interior. Southern liko a M9y morning ; tho fat ' ly run my fingers through my infre- - audiences aro very respectful and good passenger wuiKed at tne man on tne quent bangs would I give it all wealth, listenors, but not at all enthusiastic T wood-ltowho was still rubbing hia position and fame for one balmy, mean in tho matter of applaus3 in the knuckles with an air of tender interest ; breezy day gathered from the mellow theater. There ore certain actious which the sad passenger hummed a merry little hazo of long ago, when I stood full aronso them into demonstrative applauso nir, and the woman who talks boss gaT knee-dee- p in tho lukewarm pool near my for instance, last night, at the onl of a cheerful croak that was interpreted to suburban home in tho quiet dell, and the arena scone, you saw the enthusimean laughter, four passengers whoM allowed the yielding and soothing mud asm ; bnt it is an exciting scene itself pollywogs to squirt up the curtain coming down on the tableau, names I could not learn gave the aston- aud meek-eye- d ished brakeman 50 cents apiece. Th between my dimpled toes. and all that, Whero an actor becomes boy, with his head swathed up in woi a favorite, and is acknowledged as such, Dumno tho past fiscal year 7,210,637 handkerchiefs, remained comparatively of course they Uko a friendly and postal money orders for 3100,352,818 quiet. interest in him, and applaud him. have been issued, against $88,254,641 tho general disposition of interior But The receipts of tho Western Unloa the previous fiscal year ; fees and preaudiences is to be reflective, and to think durTelegraph Company from the press miums received by the Postmasters that they are not to bo imiwsod upon by ing the year ending Juno 30 amounted, during tho fiscal year, 8917,091, or 3117,-82- 7 tho recommendation of larger oitioA." in round numbers, to about 31,200,000. more than the previjiis fiscal year; Tho increaso of business from this source commissions paid Postmasters and exLand of the free : " You boast that for tho post six months ovor tho precedpenses for clerk hire, etc., $079,516, your country is the land of liberty," said ing six has been over 880,000. It is ac- which, deducted from the receipts a young English noblemau, who hod counted for partly by the business affrom fees and premiums, leaves married an American lady, to a Yankeo forded by tho two national political con- 5257,575 as the revonue oi tho bureau traveler at a London chop-hous" You ventions, and partly by tho general pros- for the year. Other expenses leave call it tho 'omo of freedom, and nil that, perity of the country. Special proej $17,575 as the net revenue of the Money but it's a beastly fact that I novor lost rates havo also boen considerably re- Order Bureau, my independence till I weut there." duced, enabling many small nowspapers TO JtAKK aooD, runt: CIDEtt. to receive telegrams which were not beThe New York Herald uses over a Good, sound, ripe apples should al- thousand miles of white paper five fcot j foro pecuniarily able to receivo them. Preparations aro being mado for n fur- ways bo selected, and, after sweating, three inched wide every week of the to all beforo being crushed, wipo thy. As year. ther reduction of special es newspapers east of tho Rocky mount- - fast as the apples are ground the poinaeo There is an opinion prevalent that ains, nnd additional facilities have al-i- n should bo placed in a vat prepared preyoung ladies lo.io their prusonco of mind the Kast nud viously, of a suitable sizo, with a false ready been obtained South, whero beforo they were meager. bottom. It is best to let tho iomace re- under circumstances of poril. This was not tho case with a young lady of Butlalo, main in tho vat over night beforo pressand Truth, whether in or out of fashion, ing, as it will givo tho cider a rich, lino whose lover took her sleigh-ridina the measure of knowledge, and the color. To press out all tho juice, we began to propose just as his horses busiucbH of the understanding- - Locke. would recommend that the press bo laid started to ruu with the sleigh. Being Lieut. Gen, Sin Thomas Ponsonbi up with strainer cloth, aud tho poniaco determined to havo it over with, ho got tho las written to a Mr. Thomas Collier to laid inside this with good, sweet ryo tho question out at tho moment was mile-posTho p;iri straw. Apply tho power equally and bleigh struck a explain that the Quoeu "sometimes gives X5 to tho mothers of thieo chil- moderately, giving plcuty of time to thrown high in the air, but as .she came " dren at a birth, but only when tho chil- drain, and immediately put iu a cask, down sho uttered ufirm Yes, Charlie," m clean and aweet. aud then fainted. but bo bure the cask dren survive long enough to cause nnd tho parents aro respectable Leave out tho bung for a few days, keepUrojf boing informed by a Now York but too poor to meet tho unforeseen de- ing a small keg near by so as to keep Tribune roportor of tho passago by both mands for providing for them at once tho cask full, and also that as much housos of Congress of tho bill for her without some little assistance." Mrs. poinaeo as possiblo will work out. As benefit, tho widow of tho lato Abraham Collier has had fivo children within soou as worked to taste, bung up tightly o thoroughly settled ; Liroln expressed horsolf as vory grato-Idhand let it btand till twelve months and sovon in two years tho Senators who presented her Tho Queen then put a spigot in somo three inches twice twins and triplets. coso in Congress, and said that now she Mrs. Collier has from the bottom of tho cask, and run off evidently fears that phould have an operation performed on contracted a habit which, if encouraged, into a clean, bweet barrel ; add ten her eyes in a short timo. Hitherto sho will mako her a serious pensioner on th pounds of loaf sugar per barrol, and you atwill havo an excellent cider. In previ- has not felt ublo to incur tho expense privy purso. tending this. In response to tho acous years wo have noticed in many secAt Polo, in Southern California, the tions of tho country a largo crop of ear- count of her condition recently pubanniversary of Saint Louis is celebrated ly apples, for which there is little or no lished, Mrs. Lincoln has received a by religious ceremonies and bull fights, market, and a great many aro allowed chock for 3250 from a Now York merall under the auspices ot the monks be- to rot on tho ground, which is a loss no chant, who does not wish his namo to bo longing to the mission of San Luis'lloj. former can afford or should allow. Tho mado pulbio, to pay for any extra sho may nood. Accompanying This year a large concourse of Spaniards best of theso will mako good cider, and Indians gathered. After each day's which in many localities will find a roady tho chock was a lotter, in whioh tho giver g mass for tho week there ws solo in tho early part of tho season, eith- roforrod to his gift as sont in the spirit in tho churchyard. Theso encount- er in citios or country villages. Tho in- of a son to a loyal mother. m mm mmmm " ers did not amount to much, but a fight ferior apples, and tho bettor class oi "ThiTcountry us. 30,000,000,000 clothes between a bull and a bear proved mow windfalls, should bo savod to make vino-pins emy ti ar. five-nint' (so-callejol-press job-press- es Iiwt-nam- ed y, lap-table' coal-shovel to-da- y. ice-wat- er ay J jwr-sonal do-rive. t. ex-penbull-fightin- There are scattered over tho United Of vlrtuom actions paused, If uot kept up By an aecee and f reU aupply of tie onoa, Ii loet atiil aoou forjtetteni anil Ilia ialo For waul of habitation oud ropalr, Dleaotvea to heap of ruin. DtnKam, Tnx reputation A nmiropaVi', mixtion, milt alnnt all mi r mlilrti, in-to- FOR. SALE!1 ... I'Illl.ll,S,ntt" J.l-t- aaatj wwyam, !.n r nrnii n. rial 'LE Uflllnjt at Itlclimoml iiuiuteof grounJ, I or trriui l .11. X Oram! Combination JOURNAL THE GRKAT Ami tlia Liulstlllo Death Mingling of otcrnlty with time. THE INTERIOR Through Trunk Line It is ono thing to bo tempted, another tiling to fall. Shakiipcarc. Sin has a great many tools ; but a lie is tho handle which fits them all. Ceremonies differ iu every country; but truo politeness is evor tho same. God is hotter nerved iu resisting a temptation to evil than in many formal prayers. Pum. The only Miines when on tho uiug. So it is with the mind; when once we rest we darken. Yon may shrink from tho solitudes of your heart, but no other foot than yours can tread thorn. Fovxrtt often deprives a man of all spirit and virtue. It is hard for an empty bag to stand upright, Franklin. Natcue makes us ioor when wo want necessaries, but custom gives the name of iwverty to the want of superfluities. It is with youth m with plants ; from the first fruits they boar wo learn what may bo oxpectod in future, Dctnoph' fire-tl- y Weekly Courier -- Journal On year for onlr 83-lp'JTJ for little inure than the price of one. w.) of th rtouth. democratrrpriwniatlr ic ami f.ir a tariff fir rTpnu onlT, tn.l th tirliihteit and aliltit family vrwaly til th a l'nltrl amiplo Tlmw who ilrsirc M mamtrn' fc'nt llili otUc. M.or nf th fiiiirlfr-Joufroliao- Ilr pajrln rnurhnm pwr u Hyou tmwpr with the will wl for onw l, yar lh Courier-Journa- ltt. "ta'. POSTED ! our land to tratiiinol all tnpawonare liable to auch acta at Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled SHORTEST rkOU and 4 xWxc AND QUICKEST ROUTE UtISMLtt T01III Thli notlr forewarn liuM'n, fUhrrnifii without be prucrcutrd SOUTH & WEST Lit II ltok, Mantiomtry, Atlanta, Hataaaali, JackionTtllt, Mobil, and S'tw Orltani. to til full utentof in law fSlgnnl Htanlord, Ky March ITlh. niA W. M. McCormaci, P. McKlttrlck. A. W. Carprntrr, II. T. Hub, C. Blihoi.. V. llld. Hubble, Colib, V. Ilhodf. lllrxlna Kelly, Iil. Dllliuiu rULLlTlAn liAHo Kaii.iiii. without (hD( to Miuphu, l. II. U. (. Vanny, J.A.Harris rd Carter. T,J. Fotter, T Carter 1. J lllll, I ll.AJ V ticurr, W V. M tl ll Mc"tmca, l. l.ytle, BEST ROUTlTrOORIDA In PalaccC'ari Without Chang. I', W.Carter. M White, K. Marruin, M.T. Ituwll. A. I. Nrwland, I'. J. r. Mun.by, J. M Hill, J. II. McAlltter, J. D.Jonra, J.M Vontitonierr M. J. J. Motwtly, (WMyrl J W. WVaherford, Win. Ilurtoii, SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Proaa Luulinllt Id I'alaceCara without chaiift Staking homn on th lint ol trill road will sptcial low ratti, rcWAjtati of St thli Cnmpany far ratti, room H.J. H'. K. Ainon Darat. lc. or write C P. ATVOrU. G. P. LoulJlls. i i. T. A. Kr. Hum. Tan timo for reasoning in beforo wo have opproached near enough to tho forbidden fruit to look at it and admire. TraJeM.rk. Wl'HKAT'H NIT.Ciril', Ti A p.HtiTrnre tur Weak Meni" Iim o' bralu t'iwer Ncnout We knr. luiiial vliauttlou, limeral mlenrytheanddfnerallte I mm llmitii, W.U.KISO T11K HK.tT EXKUCISR. luwtrot - ii.- -. .W..W" suu ail Physical training puts good blood In- Bifr MUaf. iiuenc niw.ir. ot youthful nnpru Irnc OI , uch Tr4JMark. tbreiceMol matured year-There aro many a I'nlTrrMl IMltud.i'aln In the to a man's veins. of VUlou, .'rtu-a--l boxing, rowing, Uca, Dliun-mothods of exercise ire Old Ae. and many otrerdla-r.fencing and walking, regular gymnastic that le.d to Inianllf r In all eeof Kamil oxorciso and other methods ; but men WeaVf.w the rieelnf act- - like a always havo some kind of an excuse, and cherm. relorln l e or afaduii u- unman. or hit nt to the go on suffering from indigestion aud n.i .iMfkittnf ltftiulr. to thecherk of health. Aftar Taliair. sluggish, toisoued blood. A man who ihnrntr Mixta ln:val. 2r. -- Ihed'mit N a r I KuiriMi Itemctlr, cnli boi of tt'Klt, which APRI7P f,r'"' cttly lr ilare and receltt lr, will hr'paii of l'i(.r wi t" ' '" '"y ruh' tliixi., e'w aar tl. in uj til.' . al Mitulrle ii At rtui Hi, auU iiteii -- i I 1 1 lai vr A ( t , A ,,it,Millie t uoie.-il-dri- Wright s Indian Vegetable Pills ' ia fO ar And nil Bilious Complaints 8afe(o tiVc.le I. i -- LIVER i . rou Titk iiiirljrrpire'alle, .. (I 4 II, tff noprtk- - MONOK" Chicago ROUTS. Railway. ncNNirft, takes a good, swinging walk of a mile or more, as ho is best fitted for it, does a good work ; for he has injected some good blood into his veins to tho exclusion ot as much lmd blood. If systematic exercise is begun, it should Ik kopt up, aud gradually inoroosod. If a man sticks to his regular exorcise for any length of time, he will not bo disposed to givo it up. The physical aud inontal results of a proper amount of exercise amply repay for the investment, nnd make a life thousand times more pleasurable. A California man named Wilting has started an ostrich farm in San Joaquin valley. This busine-w- , curried on properly, is very profitable. A good feather bird will produce from $50 to 8125 worth of feathers every eight months, and tho breeding birds will uest four times per year, hatching to the pair on an average of twenty chicks each time, which are worth, if tho old birds are good ones, $:$ to $50 at two woeks old ; then, as they advance in ago, thoy also advance in value. rMurray'tfpeclBe Ii hIJ by all PrufglnU al II iwr package, or alt packafea for (A. Alto by receipt of price. mill, )ti,ielri-e,o- n --rKull particular! In pamphlet, which will be nulled free to erery applicant. AddreM all communication! to tlipeoiv tniniitictur-- r. Louisville, New Albany & nir Jll Itll.l Y fM In Manfonl by Vtaof JtrililriSKf .,... L ln A MrAII-tt- r iihI nil Pull man iifklii ov.r :.ikk NUD Pal ace TKAINrf Ctirs! AND Sirjtrr l'auew(eri trom th Kmi-l'- l Theelreof trottera, roadttrri, and wore f.nry UraiKhofl. A N I'. K arrne in than any other ilal-lio- n la Hue lu late the -- trning Ira.n of the 'XwM and flrit (lax In KentmkT will make the winm of Kit lUule" and no thtuuch dirtrtly ul the Ktiol. (ircciici-tlf- , tiMir unlea wmI ( rawrorilsillli, I.iifii) utte I.lck pike, and will ' perMillnl urtr luairi r at theeitrrmely low ii. ei'f 1.0 the we-- in a nil ltlllmiit cliiuiKC e t rfeln the In l'aillni; with the uiarr In re lurance. He It an eirrlletit breeder and a Mouth. fal getter. Ilra! furolibrd at T. r cx-plally. Dally. nTAlltt.Ni. nl to Due accident! or taken hould any occur but III not I mi-ui'l7 1 1 p ra Stwara I.te. IxuIit1II IIKMHII-TI- Nuby ll jet Arr tlrtrwaitlo . AMI I'kPI-.Nk1 01 iu :ill hlti-fr- t, l IiiihIi black, with iniall ilar and 1 64 a m SOIpru " Crawfurdirlll . i Inch lil(ti, line cum- - and tall S II a iu 4 11 ptn t l bony Inr. Lafayette Uautliul 6 Mil and nefk, eiellenl ehouM r, V) nra M a in Chicago and lotn In fa t fa .lileii In ajinmrlry -- and will -of II. A..a. wllti aala Abi a tvantfa rtl Kuaante there dot in I II" a italllon a lotter llaatlluD. and llirw iualltte lie almiKl toU point-I- n WiowD-ln- , MluiroU, InTattaMr Imparl! tohii pngeny Al an evidence rJ I UL'HKAY KKLLLIIM. that be will prultic tery fail hoiaea when crt-uA, on gi-- J tsarta la Hie lcl that eoni of till eery NOBBY ! Mtm LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO ltilttl t'lilnii) rutu tahu: iu 'n tk cr. .. Iot epr-dle- The fruit crop this year will, it is estimated, bo tho largest and finest in the recollection of man. It Is calculated that 200,000,000 barrels of apples will be gathered in tho United States. Reports from tho North, 8outh, East and West all agree that thero was never such abundance or so fine u quality. At tho somo time, tho fruit crop in England is reported to be a failure, and it may be oxpocted that barroled ppples will coustituto a large portion of the oecau vessels this cargoes of lo-for- o to recommend them Ihla of ttael! Ii concluili proof that the comri from the lire, rwuieof Iheculdnt-bloode.- ! luatea In thaland haee produced fat colt! by him. Mr Alex Johnum tayi hate handled innicof Nobty'acolti than any man, Mr IV iu. ludd n)i "no and tbey are all lut better roadittra life," Mr l'unlom hai on with little liiiilllni! (hat U trotllnir bn lull in tX fnutxl Imrioi can ami aayi "no nener cio-i- oi Mr r. I), hunei iiyi no roul Ii too Iudk lor any 'a of tbem.inde very on a teller," Warren holibr midc a record ol 2 25 aod waa told to W C, o,ra. 11 Deccvarj Mir. ueMlinn, wnio, lor could glte number! of teitluioniali from the lrat bora men of our reuntry comoiecdlnt; Nobby to lb favorable comlderatlon of all loieri of good horaea, but will let th abort luffic. Kaanuna tba bene, and If you rdiipuae.l to glee blm your I wl'l auarante valutrecelteil for rnur ntronaiNobby Ii by liarrard Chief, u by Mem-brln- o money. Chief, he by Mrmbrlno t'aymaiter, he by Oarrard Chlel'a Mambrluo, be by Imp MrfDsr dam, IKillI Plion, by i;. dim by Aratut; z, t dam kr tlamblelonlan. c 1. 1, dam by Dl'- mede. NoLby'i dam a thoroughbred mar former ly nwnnl by II. t ltoblnKjn.of tlarrara county. m-ii- ii Ml. II. colli bare nolhiDf but a hlr Wallacedatu fvl 'I KENTUCKY "iJIm-Orawa CENTRAL R. fl Itoulc." .. it Shortest & Quickest Route raoM Central Keatncky to All Points North, Eait,Wet & Southwell. Fail Una ltelwrun- - IaEXIXGTOX A CINCINNATI. ScU'dul In BouiU-Botfi- Itt'il May ll UJl F6T5 KSTTT No. 4, it. r Dally Falmouth. " Cynthlana. Arr I'arli " IlllKtull.. Lt l.ei CAO Hy Arr Wlocheiter. . Dally Ially Ex. bun Ex. Sua Lt. " CoelDgUa... out-goin- g fall. Abdullah Messenger! mpD 9 3iui 19 a m 10 in p n 11 10 4l j III 11 13 p 111 10 p m AJQeni 300pm S M pm .! .. IU 11 li 12 I II a i 111 & ii pm CI JO 25 p m i p iu lU pi J 31pm h OT I? pBl 6 70 -- pm 2 i W iu .. Arr Willi heater fretting, despondent woman is a l.Te. Wtnchtater .. IIKIVM SU'M fiJupm 10 p in 7 ll p in most uncongenial companion one whom IJMpiu Arr. Illcbuiood '.' p " Ijincnter a man cannot really understand. There m ... 86 p iu .. " Ntantntd June are countless wives who make thoir own ho.il 'ifo.t', D.I. atilllon; foalel Wi; l byChirlc Dally . Ially by MeeeeiiKer hlf and thoir husbands' lives n burden by .r Maud Mefeni;fr. icon 2 20; Mareel, Dally. " .n (iUI old. riroril I In1, i urd brooding over imaginary grievances, 9 .'o t n A' . Al l.tllnti, Lie. Manford Jum which, when thoy conio to bo examined, 4i a ui IjncaiUr " iri - i, liOnalt at M a in 8 0 a hi Kicbmood.. .. nnd other promblitg onci, havo actually no existence b.ivo in the oldKlrat dam fcuile by sentinel, record 2 W' itul 12 10 a iu. 7 f0 a iu Wlncheiter .. tm mind of tho aggrieved one. A little the aire of Vim Arnlm, I''1, told to ComA.. dure Arr. I If p M M n W C.A O.Kj 2 2.., Klttminlor I10.W0, Annettr. 2.', T. p in '. .) p Ml J JH M I.io IilnjtOfi word, perhaps, said in u little heat of Mlnou, i.ll', Vlvandlav, Arr I'arli 'i 27 mi h 10 a m in 'J is 2 2u'4; Sentitemper, which probably tho speaker re- 12ii'Caiul,2.iH,tu(Irand Sentinel lire ufH. Ju- I.e Uinchealrr 7 20 awl 2A7 p"Ui.. Voluntprr, the nel la full brother 3 l p to Arr I'arla MlM is lian. 2 IH, (ilwter, 2 IT; Alley, 1 IV; )(lliie, gretted as soon as utteted, or, what 10 am p in .' II p i DrlT,r2 ., Hutiler, 2 .'04, Aiuy,2 2H1 He l'jili.. I rfl p ui 2 Au p m MiiiM Cynthlanx . uouu as said, is aud a ti ore more in lb 2 Vt tlaM far moro likely, forgot ns Arr nlmouth ii p ih S: p hi HUM tfiiiidiUiu. Kitty Hieers th ilatii ol Itertlo ; p ui II 30 a cherished in tho heart and l.r ded over Gl i, t car old ir ird tt' t n tin j on 00 t ni recunl 2 ' ., iu and the'k'randam of Maud Meeieti.-cr- , till tho little Bting becomes n festering daltati, thlreo(Holdiiiilth Maid, 2 2 2i, by Ab. It; ltonallnd, MAY.SVII.I.i: Illt.WCU. sore that deranges tho whole domestic ? 2lJ,;ahornJalc, 2 KhiAlmout, Abdallali l'llot ,. ST," rso-- v Ac, Ac. system. The woo grows worse nnd worse i inrd dam by lied Jacket, (ilru of the ilam ol Dally lull)' 21 and the urnn Imn ol Nj ?, Kentucky U'llkci, i l.x. bun. r.x. bun. with timo, as more thought is oxpended 2 , ' nnd lted Wllkea. aire nl I'hlll oo tim i 21) by int; by Sherman I. re CoTltuloe... upon it. It is a sad thing wjion ouco the sire ol Vermont Illen k Hk, tlm tin- ol " lxlnxtuti .. Bin ftIWpm this habit of brooding over wrong.?, im- l.i hiu Al'in anil many othtr liutlt-- i I .t.ii k S a m ' l'uili M pu lllai k Hank aired by a half I. rot Iter 17 l ilJM t u7 p iu aginary or otherwise, takes possession o! (iinm n a!I Abxandi'i'i. MM.ilUlilo rih Ixilli liy Arr Mllleraliurg. IIihMiii v a iu 6 Carlitle UyadyL't Hamhlftonlan, tin- piandalr iT.Mnii.l '.' is a ui 7 W p w " .liiliiiaoii a woman. Thrown more upon her own 2 H1,, ll., " Miiyetlll.. 10 W a i 7 iltrii.bt. Jiillrn, 2 2 pia l; th ughts aud feelings, she is under Ac , nnd ii the lrc of lcxtrr, - I"1 ,,22Nettle,thirty and NoTSi "KSToT" tirinxe Girl, 2 20, l,nit Wilkin, i greater temptations to indulge this habit ntbert, with record of2 30 and iMitler. Meiii;er Dally Dally l'llot, ilroof IMckard, F.x. bun. lix. but. Chief than men, aud by doing so she can very 2 I8K: ai sired by Abdullah record, 2 JS; tat dam Ii HimI a U a m 15 OS ui to Oen C.eorne 11. Tliomaa, lire of I.re Mayivllie soon render herself ami all within the fl so a mH2 41 p m jonnnou 'I hoimi, 2 21, by Mambrlno MeMenger.iIre InSecond dam by Mambrluo circle of her intluouco miserable. uriiaitoriewlnakl,'J2Vlt. n ll m I Ti n Lady Thorn. 1 18V,, Wucdfonl 7 41 " Mllknil'iir 47 p in m stead of the smiling fuco of welcome, the Chler, lire Mambrlno Tatchen and other. ' t. 10 a in 2 10 p m 2 2IJ; Arr I'nrl! and hnqllih Hun" Lexington 9 10 u in 00 pm Third husband comes homo to distant looks ter, Ac. daiu by Imp. Knivleonthat Alnlallah " CiTlnmon Ill UP a m 8 85pm Ilreeden wlllobicrre la nearly full brother to Maud Mersenijcr. and unaccountable tears. His requests for W.000 last S 1.000 and Falmouth ATomniodatlon No, 10, dally Imtei 2 2U, that told to know tho cause aro mot by irritating fall: tbey hate for alro and grandat-i- ; bla dam Ii CoTiiiKtoii 5 2Sp in ;arrlri ralmnulli 7 SO p. ma lame foal No, 9, dally, leare Falmouth, (100 a. m: mrlre Helm Hire better brnl silence that sinks a gulf of separation getter and athan Maud'adim. and cirrlaKC Ho CoTliiKlon Sa. m. No. SO, huml.ty only, itaro Cor. hone of line style ')5 a Charles aeavui boing between them. They will mad the Htnnf jrd,ofon1841 at llrancli Htinn'a Intflim 8Hiuidaym.ouarrlrn nt Fnlniontli 10 40 a. m. for the time lke, nt No. HI, KikIi ly, leave Falinoulli J ji. in.; T, mllei from nrrlte CnvliiRton 4 p. in. Lexington nnd Parli-N- o, aro at ouco thrown out of sympathy with tjJft'lO INSIIltlSA 1.1 VI Ml voir. dally except.Siitiday, leave I'arli 8 20 a, each other, and till reconciliation takes in,' arrtri llimtuu 3 10 uni. No, ii dally exAlw will iland a cept Sunday, Irare Lexington 4 pin; orrlto Lex. place the family machine, that should logton 1 15 pm. Train No. f&, Sunday only, learn Lrxlnntcn 7 a. work smoothly and noiselessly, is out of m; arrlreaMayatlllclOa m. Train No. M, Fun. is dostroyed. AM wm... f ......... anv. Iia l.ltulli day only, leave Mayivllle I 1.1 p iu; f 11. tl .,. ...i gearing, and harmony anlr i; loi.inuni.. w. he made a In t IS p ui. Such Boenes, repeated often, soon wear aorae muloa tneythe nelithlwrbood wber u, wero koim ouea auu un Note to painengen South of Winchester Train aeatoti Auu No. run aolld via Lexington. Train No. 2 rum a channel of indifforenco, and it will bo reputation of belDK a good breeder. aolld via rrla and Wlncheiter direct. H'. Addreaa rJtanfoid, Ky. Faat Line Noi. S and well if this latter fooling does not eventrun via. Wlncheiter. Solid train with I'ullman Sleeping Cara between ually give place to contempt or hatred. Cincinnati and Richmond, Vn., and Waihlngton. MESSENGER D.C. Through tick! and biggtg cbeckod to Tho majority of men aro so constituted n MeiaeDier Cblel: dam by Alcalde, (lire by Hy- - aur iivvuuaiiuu reacueu uy i rauroau. n. M0K8E. W. II. WIIITTLE8F.V, thoy shrink from tears and gloom, laa, 3 2i Enigma, 2 2B: Kaucy UaT, a so. Ac; 8. F.I'aaaenger that Agtnt, Trav. I'aaa. Agent. wlllmak theieaaonoflsSI at Mr. Leo Yeagti'lj &0 matter what thoir cause. D9.'in,tu,0i Ky Islington, Ky. "ProTldenca Neighborhood," DinTllle, Ky iM.tais.iitr oitiKr.isnKS. I. it, t'arli ll A p iui p in , i tu ..., f Kcd-b- ay "wrin t , ' br.-- C NoBTit-Doi-K- i- . V 1 1 V I.- -I 1 1 YoutiiH-ntlnel,2'.'- I l' . : 1 '1 I Uuatil-BofM- ), 17'-- , lioiiip-cn- yiar-ol- d rro-ird- . M.r-aa- n, ! S l -- - . . BOl'TII-IlOl'.N- Jlui,3-Tear-ol- d iliter-ln-bto- - I I 111 Mam-brln- n, H (1 GOOD MVIijE JACK u,. ..... n ,,, 1 PRINCE, If. a, 1. iJtj, A soft Ob Hellinu toftiotp. T 7ZZZ tiaTu luiur. iUAt -- C. W.SMITH. Ueniral Manager. H.W.FULI.KH Oen. Vim. Agt, r? nl Stanford, Ky., JnnoC, 1884 .1 QUliEIl SlOItV. Italltcay TravtHng Orrnl iirilaliu Tho crimo ol Lofroy cruised tho gront-e- st ngitntlon In EiiRlund concerning tho system of traveling by railway. Mr. Labouchero took advantage of tho excitement to publish n rsmarlcublo Btory illustrating tho perils of that Bjbtcm. It in drawn from real life, and records tho ndventuren of Itov. Judo Gloom, a ehy young olcrgyinau, who had taken a glass moro than usual at Btippor, and of Mian Aviw, an equally iihy young lady, whom ho accosted on tho train. It in tho enrse of my men that, getting po littlo prnctfoo in conversing with womim, tlmy nevur know whero to fitop when, perndventure, they do get a chance of talking. It la by iihy men that tho rudest things aro habitually naid and done through Hheer inexix'ti-eucc- . Mr. Gloam had no idea that ho was transgrenning the proprieties. He thought he wn making hiuimtlf vory polite and agreeable. " I nay, Miss Aviw," Btuttered tho Ilev. Jiule, with a leer, " buptxwing there were a piece of miittletoe in this Heme of the JVWU of i i nothing lchs than a buffalo. At last, tho advance of two magnificent koodoos, whoso beautiful spiral horns towered ubovo them as they walked into the pool, caused the sportsmen to forgot their resolution. Both fired. One kcodoo fell ; the other made T desjerately wounded. Ono of the Englishmen was about descending the tree. A shout from h s friend, and n heavy footfall, accompanied with n puff, puff, like that of n utenni engine, warned liim to remain. Out from the dense bush camo a black rhinoceros, mad with wickedness. Seeing the hunters, ho butted again and again the trees in which they were seated. carriage ?" His furious charges almost them No iunver from the girl, but her eyea off. Spiteful at not being aide to get at ojened wide, and bhe idir.iuk up, tremthem, tho animal plowed up tho ground bling, in her comer of the carriage. with his horn. " I I think there L a piece ; look Bullet after Indict was fired into him, Uicre ! " continued the fotiludi man, but, apparently, ho was as iudiffereiil as Kiin ting to the lamp in tho ceiling, for their trunks and portmanteaus. if ho had been hit with jwas. At length Nobody iwid any attention to him. he meant to be facetious. an expansivo boll dropjxHl on his snout, The girl was now fairly frightoued, No ono talked about shrieks having just lchind his horn, and brought him and moved from her scut to the further been heard during tho journey. Tho to his knees. Gotting up and stamping corner of tho carriage. Bhe had heard passengers all attended to their own tho ground, ho inado for tho bush. At of drunken ruflUas insulting Iodic ill business, and left him to his. Mr. daylight tho hunters followed his trail, railway carriage, and nlie wt down her 3 loam's buHincits was to collect it which at first woa marked with blood. revered companion as being drunk, and i'ortniiintoiiu, a box and a hamper; liav- - Alirmt a tniln nn Mia flnffinn1 frrnnu jkwmIiIt a ruflhuu No doubt hli cleri- - a.g done this he turned to ask a po-.Biowcd tho lmUo Lfl1 mtei , ... i Ml. fnr . , him. but. as ho wu ,. ua . cal mrl) was oulv a disuiiutt!. ai'm ui;iv ujjuu Dniiiu vi gwrio r,ls frozo on bia 'Wlint aro you running away for ? " nbout to "P0"1 hUi into a thicket Just as tho hunters wero asked Mr. Gloam, and he rose to follow ,OD6"0 for ho Bnw BtAntllag bosido him cautiously entering it, a bird flew up, 8W who WM tLo oy tango of Miw her with an uustendy gait, caused not uttering a sharp ' Telia, tchn " Out m mucli or utbiness lor no was noti"" camo the beast, staggering as if drunk. If tlio girl had looked at him sho must t regidarly tipsy iut by the oweillHtiou of Three shots brought him to his knees. the train. But to the affrighted girl havo noticed his confusion, but alio wot But up he rote, faced round, as if to who saw him stagger it looked as if ho glancing toward an elderly gentleman charge, changed his mind, and ran into and lady who wero walking toward her. were dsugerously inebriated. " Hero's her box, papa, but I've not tho bush. Tho hunters, following, found "II you approach another step, sir, I him lying on his side, and quite dead. shll scream " cried she, starting up, seen her pass," said tho girl to tho Tho wonderful vitality of the animal is elderly couplo. with all the color lied from her face. " We havo looked into every carriage," rhown in tho fact that ho had lived sev " What for ? " naked tho Hcv. Jude, eral hours with thirteen bullets in his and, pntting his hand out to steady him- paid the gentleman addressed as papa ; Iwdy, and after trotting three or four self, he quite jnintentioually rested it "but she hasn't come. I supposo sho miles, and bleeding profusely, hod reon her hhoulder. The movement of re inisscd tho train." tained his lifo until thrco moro shots "But how cornea her box to bo here?" killed him. cod "Inch thi apparunt assault caused " Wasn't there u change of carriages the girl to tuuko throw Mr. Gloam oil somewhere between this and Loudon ?" ms iiiiiuKr.tST umtviu his balance, and he plumped into tho hiiggested the elderly lady. "I think Mr. Setemnp came down stairs to a rent fntn which sho had riiwn. This IVrhnps it.erenHisl tho girl's fright, and wild-- i there's a change at Didcot, breakfast with a vacant couni a got out there and afterward entered j tenance, and a backward tendency in iijieniiK? tho window of the carnage sho tho hair that mado his two eyes ache. viip amed " Help I Help Murder I" tlio wrong train." "How very provokiug!" exclaimed He sat down at the table, and, picking In an iiihUnt Mr Gloam was soiKTed. up n knife and fork, glared in uneasy The pirl's hhrieka cleared all tlio fumes the girl. " I dare say wo shall find n telegram, wonder at something in tho plotter befrom his brum and showed him it wi!i' in wlmt .i donjKMtitfl position ho hnl when wo get homo," said tho elderly fore him. It had evidently been fried in p'mood liimndf. For CinflV soke, dun't gentleman; "but wo must ask tho sta- - butter, and was intended for food. Mr. Vreflin bke that," lie inmlnred, "you'll tionmaster to tako caro of Mary's box Setemup harpooned it with his fork, and lilted it Hi) bodilv. caziiiKat it with ever- ruin iuf," sn.l ixiug the uirl by the when sho comes to claim it," Mr. Gloam hod glanced at tho box increasing wonder, wiii.i he wrenched her fromtho win- besido which tho girl stood, and ho saw what under tho nun," ho exclaimed " she puped ft she foil on to on itj a card with tho name 'Miss nt last, " is this thing?" " Iblp ! "Well," replied his patient wife, with to regain Mary Aviss." The miserable man shrank "in1 f tin' . .it and as the father, mother nnd sister of tho just a shadow of a sigh, "it looks like footuifj. her poor gin wuii wiiom no uauiunveieu hat, nnd that is what 'Miss Ariss, for God's sako lot mo ex- - passed him. Then he helped thojporter your new I thought it wo., but you pulled it out plain," entreated Mr Gloam poizing her to lift his portmanteau nnd wnlked'with of your )ocket when you camo home hands ; but tho horrible fear which was drive this morning, and mud it was n porterhim to a cab. Ho had a uow legible on his faco mado him a beforo ho could reach his parish of Itor- - house stenk, and you wonted it broiled moro dreadful object to look nt than boleigh, which was on the outskirts of for breakfast. You needn't give mo any fore, while tho violence ho used to re- -' Birmingham, nowovcr, tho drivo was of it ; I'm not hungry." strain the girl robbed her of all presence accomplished in safety, and that night And Mr. Setemup, who was just wild f mind. Diseugagiug herself from was spent by Mr. Gloam, sleepless, in to know what else he said when ho camo i.im, sho tottered toward tho nearest his new parsonage. home, and what timo it was, for tho life loor and frantically turned tho handle. Tho body of Miss Aviss was found of him didn't doro to ask. A blast of cold night air Hew to tho cardead on the lino early on tho following riage, and a shower of sparks from tho intr. tiny, and afterword her traveling-banig-nwas seen flying by. Mr. Gloam A toiler stood in front of a typo founwas discovered twonty miles further uad' a 'rnb at tho girl to draw her down tho line. But for this discovery dry, spelling out tho sign as follows : h o'aded liim, and, creaming back. fonn, dry, foun, of tho bag tho poor girl's death would "Typo Icider than ever, tried to step on the' havo been attributed to accident ; as it dry. Tlia's jes' my condish'n. I'm that fooO ird. Then there was another sort of n tyie myself foun, dry." was, when it beenmo demonstrated that '..nt shriek and all was silence. Tho somobody must havo had n shnro in her vsi: axj vitLirr of midm.k door, swinging forward by tho impotus .V.I.UK.V. denth, nobody accused tho ltov. Judo 1 tho tram at a curve, closed of ita own Their first utility is. of course, in Gloam. Nor was anybody else accused. serving to identify tho individual. By accord. The girl had slipped and was The porter who had put Mr. Gloam into giving John Smith n middlo nnino it regone. tho carringo at Oxford had not noticed lieves him from entiro obscurity, and it "Great God 1" muttered Mr. Gloam that thcro was a young lady in the com- - 11103 k possiblo to write his biography, when one awful minuto had elapsed. Ho p.trtment, nnd, simply owing to this and, if his ancestors have leeii as Ltd taken ofT his hat aud was stroking tho story thoughtful, to traco his genealogy. But slight fact of his forehead as ho sat endeavoring to ro. of Mary Aviss' death was fated to ro- - if he happens to be a man of small caahze what had happened. He aked moin n mystery. pacity it only serves to emphnsizo his himself whether ho was not in tho midst It became known in time, however, to littleness by insorting Qimioy Adams of a nightmare. If our train had ono man to whom Mr. Gloam communi- between John and Smith. Tho desirnblo stopped at tliat minuto ho would have cated tho facts in writing somo five years thing to do is to recognize the lcuinlo been unablo to crawl out, aud anybody niter they had happened. He, tho rec- lino of ancestry. Tho lilo nnino is certiwho had seen htm must havo suspected tor of Boiieigh, ended his letter by say-- fied in tho surname. This practice si him of a crime. During a quarter of au ing: "I havo lived in a purgatory ol coming into general favor in England, hour tho poor wretch could neither btfr remorso nnd sorrow ever sinco tnnt aw- - and two familiar examples of it in this nor think lucidly ; ho could only moan mght. and am i,i,f,.i to think I country may be given William Ellery and tremble. W hat first recalled him no was . . ., .. loan. shall soon bo.nd of . io uuubcii was mo sigm or mo tilings dying when ho wrote this of n decline, dimming nnd Jnmes Gillespie Blaine. Here is n perpetual certificate in the ono which the poor girl no v dead, boyoud brought on by overwork in his parish ; coso that tho ancestry of dimming in doubt- - had left in tho carringo. Thoro nnd ho left behind him tho reputation of tho female lino wero of the family of wos o shawl, a traveling bag, a novel ; being tho most enrnest, zealous, kindest Ellery, and in the other that the like annnd ou tho lloor n small gold watch nnd also tho saddest rector whom tho cestry of Blaine were of the family of without a chain. people of Borlcigh had overseen. Gillespie. Were this the common pracTho sight of theso articles stirred in tice there would stand a nt tho uuwilling murderer tho senso of XtiTsscLL Bbamislky, of North Lanthat would Ho caught them up ono sing, Tompkins county, N T., has every genealogical by ono and Hung them out of tho win- served longer as Postmaster thnn any enable the family historian to solvo dow into tho dark, nfter which ho crept other person in tho United States. He iiiinv ii puzrje :unl sa e liiin much fiuit- ou his knees and looked nnder tho seats was appointed to tho ofllco by President lus luhux. After singing her last eons In Cincinnati, to eco if anything olso hod been left, no John Quinoy Adams in 1825, and hns Saturday, Mrae. Cnrietlne Nitoon told an found nothing. Pitiable us his ngony of held it over since. interviewer, tlitt tliN w,n positively ber mind thou wns, he saw tho necessity for lset tour in America that she should mil Suven nuxuirsn and mir MILLION from New York July 2, tinp a little in composing himself, and sat down again Irvine to reflect. Had any of tho ims. pounds steilinu have Veen n vested in England, ro to Sweden, and hid farewell oretcr to pro.'euisnol life. bangers in other carriages heard tho Kirl English luikomla in fifty ) er . llul any ono scon Jicr lall? If ho was a lost man. Ho would bo arrested at Birmingham, and in duo timo ho would bo hanged or sentenced to penal scrvitudo for tho better part of his life. How would his story bo believed ? Aud if it wore, bolioved how would it justify him ? Tho public outcry against him would bo nil tho greater, us ho was a clergyman ; aud, now that ho had thrown the girl's things out of tho carriage in tho Unit moment of his panic, tho evidenco of criminal intention would " Why did I throw the scorn complete. things out ?" faltered Mr. Gloam, speaking to himsolf; aud thcu ho groanod again : " My God, what shall I do? " It was between Leamington and Birmingham that tho girl had fallen out of tho train. As tho express ncarcd Birmingham tho tension on Judo Gloam's nerves was such as few men over experience. Within five minutes ho endured an amount of terror and anguish enough to spread over a lifetime; yet ho had tho craft to see that all his chances of ehciiplng unsuspected might docnd uiKJii his behavior when the train stopped. H must alight quite coolly ; he must not run, nor appear anxious. to got away ; he must control his terrors, though his heart throbbed to bursting. The train glided into the station ; tho porters ran along tho platform owning doors j one of them opened Mr. Gloain'B car ringe. " Any luggage, sir ?" " Yes, I have tomo luggage," said Mr. Gloam, and he stepped out, shaking in every limb, but apparently Mdato and calm, as it behooves a clergyman to be. Next moment ho was mixed up with tho throng of 'people who wore foraging for BpctKif bo, KILLING A MIIXOCKKOS. run Somewhere, irooniof about tho year 1780, a During a trip to Boeland, South Afritraveling millwright, foot-sor- o and with ca, an English gentleman aud his friend tho broadest Northern Dorio accent, had the glory of shooting a rhinoceros. They found him a dangerous beast to stopped at Soho, at tho engine factory ol Watt, nnd asked for work. tackle, and a difllcult ono to kill. Six- Houlton His rvspoct was littlo better than ono ol teen bullets did ho carry off from tho fight, walking for several hours, and beggary and poor looks, and Boulton had bidden him God speed to soma other then bleeding to death. Tho encounter with tho huge, un- shop, when, as ho was turning away wieldy beast occurred at night, by a sorrowfully, Boulton suddenly called water-holwhile they were waiting him buck. " What kind of a hat's yon yo havo on for game. Each of tho Englishseated with a Knfllr servant in your head, monion?" men were " It's just timmor, sir." tho fork of a tree looking out for buffalo. "Timmcr, mo mon ; let's look at it, and There was plenty of bush-buc- k Whoro did you get it?" other antelope drinking and gambolling just mado it, sir, my ainscl." at the edge of tho water-holBut tho " How did you mnko it?" sportsmen were determined to shoot at hat. t e, e. turned it in tho lathie." But it's oval, mon, and tho latlio turns things round." "A wcel I just gar'd tho lathio gang anither gait, to please me. I'd a lang journey aforo me, and I thocht to havo a hat to keep out water, and I hadna' mucklo Bilvcr to spare, and I mado mo one." By his inborn mechanism tho man had invented an oval latho and made his hat, and tho hat mado his fortnne. Boidton was not tho man to lose so valuWillable a help ; thus tho iam Murdock tho originator of locomotive and lighting by gas took suit and servico under Boulton fc Watt, and in 1781 mado tho first vehicle impelled by steam in England, and with the very hands and that had produced tho "timmer hot." American Machinist. 11 I after-famou- "I "I just s brain-cunnin- g I ... I I j ; ' 1 I ' ' d'. ' I -- soft-fe- lt i ' six-mil- e -' "Within a week of tho expiration of tho year, and tho filling of tho bottle, our phybician had n case that puzzled him. It wns a clironic complaint a port of the patient a law'Die eclectic determined to try his yer. AU'Sfjrts. Said he to tho ailing man: ' Look you, my dear sir ; I havo a medi-cin- o which I am going to try in your case a medicine for which I have no name, and which I havo never used ; but I havo faith to believe that it can perform wonders. I want you to give it a fair trial.' "And he brought a vial of the hodgepodge, and gave it to the lawyer, bidding him take it regularly ten drops at a dose three times a day, and, at the Mns. Elizabeth Camptojj, who was ho gave particular directions was nearly 90 years of age, committed same timo, respecting diet. suicido by drowning in a shallow iool "And now, gentlemen,' I nni going to near her houso at Metuchin, N. J. She tell you whnt I know to bo true. Withsuffered from many hallucinations, the most remarkable of which was that she in a month that patient was entirely Ho pronounced tho strange was in danger of hanging at the hands cured. most wonderful stuff from the medicino to bo the of Gen. Haucock. She learned ho had ever taken. And ho recomnewspapers that Gen. Hancock had hod and from that time, something to do with the hanging of n mended it to others, whi that physician has found a caso woman, and became possessed with tho puzzled him a case without a idea that, if elected, ho would imme- that ho has given that wonderful diately seek out and execute her in or- name medicine, and I can assuro you that in der to get her property. nine coses in ten it has worked liko n chnrm. Tlie happy compounder of that .v;ir styles .v fliorra. Tho broad inserted bauds of loco still novel medicine religiously believes that becontinue to be worn in kid ns well ns in thoro is virtue in it, nnd his patients lieve it likewise." silk gloves. Very elogont ones havo a "Aud what do you think, doctor?" rich bending extending from tho midasked one of his hearers. dle, close to the fingers, up to tho vory "Why," ho replied, "to mo it is edge of the length. An odd extreme of simple enough. The cases cured havo fancy is shown in a glove into which nn applique of lace holds four tiny bits of been old, chronic ailments, requiring d silk wrought to imitate gold only rest and proper diet for a cure. ho had been careful to coins. The glove has on edge nbovo The rest and diet and tho medicino has not tlio hem wrought in gold thread, and is prescribe, finished by a fold and white tassel. prevented a recovery. And yet, very would not Theso aro ivory white and intended only likely those soino jiersous have recovered had not tho medicino for evening wear. Caroubier red, currant red and scarlet have appeared in been given. Faith did much of the imported kids for fall wear, ns also n work, as it always must, and always yellow, called old gold ; this will." i1r to Vork Ledger. ht gold-colore- Mn. Gr.oiuic T. Anoell, of Boston, in n public address, stated that samples of glucose examined contained sulphuric acid, copjieras and sulphate of lime. Dr. It. C. Kedzic, Professor of Chemistry in the Michigan State Agricultural College, analyzed seventeen sjiecimcns of common table sirups and found fifteen of them mudo of glucose. Ono of them contained 111 grains of oil of vitriol and 721 grains of lime to the gallon ; aud another, which had caused serious sickness to a wholo family, contained seventy-two grains of oil of vitriol, twenty-eigof sulphate of iron (copjieras) and 363 grains of lime to the gallon. As tho glucose is mado by boiling corn starch in sulphuric acid (oil of vitriol), and then mixing it with lime, the presenco of these deleterious articles is casilj' explained. A SOTKh MI'.DICIXIU Wo wero talking, one day a pnrty of us on n pleasure trip about tho amount of faith required, on the part of tho patient, to render tho physician's medicine of avail. It was admitted, as a rule, that whero tho patient had no confideuco in tho attending physician, tho administering of tho proscribed drugs would not bo likely to havo full or proper offect. In short, faith olono oftentimes had power to work euro in spito of medicine I when there had come A little lull, ono of the parly a white-hairdold man, of more than who had gained a d reputation for judgment and skill, both ns surgeon nnd physician, said ho would like to tell ns u story. Said ho : onco knew a physician one of the eclectic school a sort of who furnished his own medicines. Ho visited his patients hi his own chaise, and carried with him two and often three good-size- d franks, containing tho roots and herbs, and other substances which ho used as curative ogents. One day ho took it into his head that ho would bavo certain medicines not entirely consumed by his patent, and put them all together in n single bottle, nnd label it 'All Sorts.' Ho had a curiosity to see what ho would get nt tho end of tho yenr. And, to this end, when ho saw that a patient was convalescing, or, tm tho other hand, approaching dissolution, ho would caution the nurso to preserve such medicines as might be left on hand after they had ceased being administered. A largo bottlo was provided, labeled as I havo boid, and into it tho medicines tho doses as returned to him by the nurses, were put ; and in the course of a year ho had filled the o wide-sprea- K. C KIM I LEV, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, H- - rui-- dl lii, iMUvmn'iiiiiKin ini, f, Ai. rJirtnttr Oslltm hiiu cloari.ii ulicji In town anil Ik now ring, bunt' I mill- - Peerless Traction Engine. XI.VKU IIKATI.A' IX I TEST. the SwiiLtru on Hi,iiit-- hi LxfrfHMou. 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Octavo; tlutt-- 1 rure, lUrai. or, Th Mountain The lllttory cfa Healing ctiaptir 'jI tflvrs th history, the ark'un.cMard nil the biblical pr.nes bearlngcn Ills a lxik that sKuitl be in every Itinfi'l hotrr, aril should ceitaliily be owtied The- book can by CTr rotten of Ueorge Brnei beubtKliHil nowheie ly for lest than it.iO. By rpKia. arramjHiient with th .uithur. whn having iemovd m ew York, hat Nr'-l- y withdrawn all es, the liook i?H.6n) and the MfuiiWKKKLT ai-sn- - otleied teycther loi iMhlos Joi'hSiAi. the prlcccf tne"I.if of Barnes" alone, the two for J8.. Address II . 1'. XVA 1ntX. I.irsRiOKJouB.Sit.. Diaui'urd, Ky f rtarnf pho'.grtlur of Marie; intpot "th Var.lilml City," 7 panes, I In the Iront ud S in tbe Iwek fly Irarei ot fur iml!s or ixael -. productions In i!z and o'or o! in'c if the Inscriptions utile br thcEvanKe 1st blmvlf iu hismoju-- i lain MUli-- , Illustrating iu a compact form hie Kalth. Tint tr. u cowleio history of tbe mas Tbe rrtvuti. oln-- - I'M puj reveal tbo Inmost nature of th- - Etanllst .ni'lare rcaJe rl'ft tli io in this book The Willi r- cloth with ste"; cnrravln? of () Representative Newspaper of tbe South THE WEEKLY I I g curious latter has the odvantogo of harmonizing with almost any costumo and. does not soil easily. Dark grajw, dark bronze-greeaud a shade resemr bling are among tho now tints. A very elegant npplique of lnce nppenrs upon tho wrist of n novel glovo maker. introduced by n Tho lnced kid glove fits tho bond and wrist beautifully, and is in favor with those who find difficulty in buttoning n glovo over their plump wrists. Tlio undressed kids como in nil tho populnr bhndes nnd nro worn for driving or wnlk-inA glovo to bo nent must bo of good mnko nnd fit, nnd tho less it has tho moro elegant. wine-colo- r, n brass-colo- well-know- n touno man who had inherited tho .lay before a largo fortune fiomhis uncle gave o dinner to n few friends. IIo nt the restaurant if they had some Md cheese. "Yes," replied tho waiter. "Is it strong?" "Strong enough to ring tilt' dead to life." "I don't want i," replied the eir. A I Courier - Journal AN OKGAN OF Live Issues, Living Ideas jm:o:r..a.Ij MONOPOLIES, g. ornn-meutnti- I never hud any faith iu lucU st all, except that I believe tlmt ROtd luck will cairy a man over a ditch if he jumps well, t if and will put a bit of bacon into hi' he lookn after hU garden and keep a pig Luck generally come to thoo who link af:er it, and mv notion la that it taps encif in a lifetime at everybody' door, h.it it industry doe not '.pen it, away it goes AM E.NKMV ipokces. OF . OLIGARCHISM a.sn 1 THE SPIIIIT OP SUBSIDY As cnibodieil In That Thieving Tariff THE 1 ... ..,,, fl .,. -- guide-boar- d crosH-tos- d LlTI'.ltAHY I'lltATV. DcQuincoy was a prodigious render, digestion, and had nu nnnconda-lik- o his mental food with amazing rapidity. An ardent lover of books, but caring nothing for pet editions tho niceties and luxuries of paper, printing, Tree-cal- f and sheep, and binding. Turkey morocco and muslin, wero all ono to him. His pursuit of books was liko that of tho savogo who seeks but to appeaso tho hunger of the moment. hi common with tho whole tribo of book borrowers, ho rarely returned a book loaned to him, folio or quarto singlo or ono of a fet, though sometimes a book wos greatly enhanced in value by a profuso edging of manuscript notes. When short of writing paper, ho never hesitated to fear out tho leaves of a book, whether his own or belonging to another. It is n remnrknblo fact that, in spito of them piratical proceedings, nono of his friends over complained of him. Jfours u'lth Men and Hook. A broad-margined club ralwr f.'eiv Discovery suoscrlptlon at our lowest club rate 51.10 for Yearly subscriptions only Mr. Win Thomas, of Ngwton, Iowa, says, "My yearly tht rate. Our terras tor less has been lerloanly atftcte-- with a co'igh for twen- - rati bereceivnl at aytar are l for eight months; 71 cent thin ty-flyears, nnd this Spring moro than evir be- - fur six ui.mthr, JOirnts for ihrce months. latent A Miuplecopy of Wrfkly CbuWer-JJurifure. Shehaduted many remedies without re free of chargti for eiamluatloa on application. lief, and being urged to try Dr. King's New DisI.ltvral cash comhilsslon alluwed canvaitets, and covery, did so, with moit ratifying rtsultt. The outfit sent thtm free of charge. Addres w. .v ii vi.i)t;jiAV, first bottle relive 1 her very mucli and the second Co., Louiirllle, Ky. President Conriir-Jourii- al bottle hat absolutely curel her. Sbe has not had so good health for thirty years." Trial bottles Democratic aad far a Tariff for Eeveuuo free at Penny A McAlliler's Dru Store. A ISrutita, Sores, Ulcers, Salt I'.hejm, Fever Sores, Tetter, Hns no tupericr ns a great family and political Chapped Hand, Ctillb!.ilns, Corns, and all sitn paptr in thonewtpaper world. Its circulation ia .I.1.VV TIMES LA ItO Kit F.rnptlon! and poiltlvily iure Pilot, or no my It is guaranteed to give pcrfost katlifoc-Hon- Than any political newtpapr In the South, and It states. It con-Ul- ut money relundtd. Pric2i cents per lox cxi'. lie.) by but few In the rich week the. moat complete summary of For tale by Penay A Me.Vlliter. the news of tbe world, and its editorial columiw are alwaya (Henry Watteison, Editor-in-ChieNever Give Up. able, ttrong and bright, Auionirthe tp'r-Ita- , If you ire nittitlng with low and dcpiotred ESIT.l'IAL FEATUItlH Ion of appetite, gtneral debility, dividend Are Telegraphic Siieolals from all the leading poln ts in the United Mates and tumpe, serial Hnd Short blool, weik constitution, licadache, or any t the day alter delivery a LUlon nit-ire- , ly ill moans procure a Htorles, TalmSL-e'- UVruont Market Reports, Fash-Io- n iu Brooklyn TaUruacle, llepors, Answer to lioldeof Electric Hitlers. You will be wpiWed Letters, Turf and stock P.H-tr- y and llepart-uinitt- nr tosei the rapid Improvunent tlut will follow; Corrrtindents' llensrliuent. Children V Home In the Country you will be inijiirid nlth new lite; ttrcngUi nnd scould be without It. actlrlty will rv'ura, pilnanl mlwr will eeaio, SllISVHIi'TIOX TEU3IS: and henceforth you will rejoice in tbo praiw ol Dally, 112 a year; hundsy.five, a year; Weekly, old at JO ctnts a liottlo by PenElectric Illttcrr. copies, one yeur, singly copy one ymr. ft 9v ny A Mc.l inter. 550. After a iluboi live has been tent us tho Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tho'.iest Snlreln tbe world for Cuts, WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L l'ulll can, throimhout the year, rdd single klzoSl. Itt only. K. i Srmi-Saic- ject, as lie always does when I trust heart soon found nice lodging near us, Elith rauFKS'Uo.iAr. c and brain wholly into His hand, instead of with ms lnt tiicjhtniid it to remain until M""! SAM M. BBRDKTT. 1. W. BaSWH. i. thinking for myself, as one is so often Monday. The dear child i. to hnve one ti &) UCJllDEJT'r ft UROWN, 1884 tempted to do, Praise the LORD for do Sunday with ih nt least. Bertie and Dick Ml'WN rr llio June 6, Stanford, Ky., X.V I'O It V VH VT T..A. W llntif Mart IV, ri.llclt.M- RriC.VTirirAMr.iirAV L ft ii f.,r 0 mile tramp ing our thinking for us. "His thoughts are walked up from Woilwlch ,i. , ,rV Mara. .,,.rrUIt, Mr the l',iln,i; t, r MT. VKIlNON, KY. Knulanil, l.inco. iJermnnr, etc. to be at the services Dinner and ten at so much better than ours. Higher than ..lent, ernt free:. lene" IhMiwd MFN.v'a It) the heavens above the earth are they supe the Tabemscle with us at nlghl. The JSlacrt-3E3CoxjaLS- p. ALEX. ANDBH80N, le-- i and ?,1.'.Mlv,!,u',AMiIUMV tho lart-rENGLAND. rior to ours. GEO. 0. BARNESin LORD is working wonders among the peo A.TTOUP03VIIA.T .L.A.AV, IM k T Nliltmitlri Miami hu, kn.1 hi...... i.... DANVILLE, KY., iirnintlnn, recl m e n on p r , , f t h 0 hclrminn A inrr. Wednesday, April 9th. AtlSG Alders-gat- e pie, Anointed two sufferers after tlie 3 I will fell at the Fair Oioundt iU Hlcliiuond, on .i TIIJ3 JOOItlV will nractli-- In the Onurta of Hoyla and adjoining Offlce, a, llroail... tlea and In the Court of Appaala. At dinner and tea wo sang street, at the noon prayer meeting, r. U. eervi-- e. Krk. SATUUDAY, JUM3 licit, 1891, Cake Tod Hues. A Co where I heard dear Major Whittle speak grace a common custom at thee reunions 2t Fekchchcii St. London, E. C. j T II e Forty-tbre- o heaifof d ,' Cuttle, milt and the McGntnahans husband and wife around the table and a pleaanl change irimwuniii-- i oi me lounwing man. urn milium, Pear Interior: 'vrtormiy At Laiw, And Mailer loinmlMioner Itockcaitle Circuit Cour. via.- lied Dally or Iedemoua, (11. F Kedford aort) sing; the latter for the first time. They from "asking a blessing" in the ordinary Pleaeie notice the change in our "perMT VKBNON, KY oiinu Marv. (lien. Vannieter aorl) Itoo of n ill practice In the lloekcaatle Courts. Collec-llol.ady F.lliabeth and Jntephlue. For breed-Inmanent addre.'s," if permanence may be are hard at work in the south of London way, The usual verse of ssug is this: a specially. Offlce la for 1M lor color, for beef mil fur tnltklnv "lie present at our table Lord, predicated of anything connected with Mich following up dear Moody's grand ( work. qualities, thli herd la aecoml totiooe In the State. In Sheep, Bmmand Turkey Blndlnoi. He here and everywhere adored, A jtoort many premium anlmali In the herd, and LBE P. rofinit lives at our. Having no "continu The Major wo not ashamed to call me his will be told ai I sell all tbat are In condition to WTJUOKON HUFFMAN. blea and grant that wo Then morelra tw ell, Nearly all are old enough to breed, or are fWBSTPr ..... ing city" here and deciring none, now that "dear I!ro. Barnes" and ask me to lead in HTANFOHD, KY. "dX Mar feait In Paradise, with Thee." breeder!, and almait the entire lot hu been bred Offlca-So- uth aid Main Htreat, two doors abort of the shin- prayer, which was both bold and kind in our eyes have caught glimpres Bro. Lambsurne has been corresponding by me, many of them for three and four generathaMyen KoUli t havouict noth'nc but the mnoMAfyfgpnutxm ing streets of the "city of foundation;" yet him, considering he was where he was. I vigorously, in his own energetic way, to get tions, bulla aud tnmr ol them wera bent abow PuraNltroua OxIda'Uaa adialnUtered whan re. flnu quired. we ladlv avail ourselves of the kind offer am sure he will lose nothing in the end for us in here and there. He thinks we shall bulls. CXf Lunch at 12 o'clock M. Hale begins at 1 o'clock Dll. W. 11. l'ENNV, of Bros. Tod to take charge of our foreign his allectionate recognition of us, for this be wanted at an important point at Mile p.m. lorcAialoitiieapiOr to THE STANDAItD. OtmtlMt . annoyance in gospel will not always be in bonds, nor will End Road, where a Mr. Frederick Char- le J. W. KM IUC V, Richmond,Id,Ivy. anil, and hops ta have It. h. Ldmonson, Auciloncer. 2,C"Tl"'''tter. 'thiillfl.OOOArorli, 8TANF0KD,' K KNTUCKY. VTXiX 30UU KjisraTliift-s-. ami a New future in getting what little postal matter I be for long, though now a prisoner for rington is carrying on a grand mission Offlce nrer Kobt H. Lylle'e itore. Office hoar Illocrai.filr'itl from S to t'i a. vi and I to 3 r, M. Aneathellci aj that comes for us from our dfar friends in the gospel's sake, as to public opinion and work. This dear young man is one of the i I'rintlnr Ulnce. pXrT'8l,,""l In p...VIInDlctlnnury. . 'Mt-lrrinlnUterwl . sv. I iis.unti vn neceMarr Full.' Pcli..) rtspectnble recognition. AlanniMeh. family whose name is famous in connection I . f nv ther errlrtaeWllt IntWIIk-enMet "Noble William" and bis gocd little with one of the largest brewery ertabliih T'Gnn".,'','''f,',"a'n,lv 11(11. t have been sulking the past Don't thick I l A JSjrjaj A hrlii J.,r St ,ll., g three weelfs. I hsve only been very bmy wife at the Y. M. C. A. rooms. She is TKACIIKIHandMlliMIM. ments in the world. He withdrew, for con from Xertoiia.t'lironlr and lllocxl I)lief , r li Standard Authority w:t the f. H. Hrala anil Heart Affections, TV favk along well and looks very like living science's sake, giving up untold wealth Nrrvuua and my spare time has been so broken in M rub en lowi, loii.ll. .Rf '''n'lell.vtli.Stata I will deliver Ice to reular cuitomera erery worn-lo- g S.,!r.r.,,u,rJ Y"rV In atlbUt.-a- . r nfNcIiooU to that correspondence has been largely out a long while to tell what the LORD has rather than have it on such questionable lutloua and Weaknea of the Uldaeya,Hla4-tie-lor A Crlumrjr JrfjMa,Mk your DruKlt at "A LIBRARY IN ITSELF." Xjr. OIZAS. W. BOOTT'B of the question, unleM I had made it a done for. her, after the doctors "gave her term; and now givei his whole time to the ONE CENT POUND contain, woiio siKiwnto tMcirie mo. ij, I. .JA,?i'l,l,nlia,-- Lo l'n''-- t ia.l--- v.t heavy burden and you know u against my up" to if we LORD'S work. But more of him, Urgoat lolnn Accouutiriueat Ibe clovioleach month or when pu'Mi.licvL Afternoon Vernon and I went together gtt with him. We trutt the LORD for it. religion. Whenever I write you may alacixtointr rlW. . ItU3000mnrT7.r.an.ir.-ar!- " -a'-'- ' n. K. it a n now. can ?""t l:a',tr " ' u.r .I'n ways be certain that I want to do it. To to our old rendezvous the Triangle, HackAmari Geo. 0. IUiuos. Evsr in Jesus, rtVIUi Xhoapllorua, It lean r resume then the suspended narrative of ney to a holmes conference in Bro. Aland reliable .rliool. A BLOOD. BKAIN & NERVE TONIC. iatrtotlieM)iul.iraiiilljr. ! j .s. .",. ,j. Milliuery & Dross-Makin- g len's chapel. Heard there the venerablo Talking From London to Calcutta Over 7,000 If roar Pruaaiit Soat not kplta,ktilm toenlerlt events: S)l. par Votlla. CM)i,Berr and Iroa forioa. WARMLY iri'DOJISED BY Miles of Wire. April 5th. EJith strode he- Dr. Asa Mahan, for the first time. He reSaturday l.tha (IrMtv.t Medical Dtxarerr of modern tinwa. anrh lilgliautliorltleaiia roe camphJat, witb foil nartleaUra. addraw AT McKlNNJ2Y! A recent number of the London Tele roically away to catch her father's usual news bis youth at 85 and his bow still IU W. Klltrrailll. OHAS. W. SCOTT M.D., Xanana City, Mo. (.", I1, ''"Iiii f.. lilttL-r- , , '." Vt Jr. SCOTT 8 LITJSH VI2.Z.S. afternoon train for the Heath. A brave, abides in strength. I did not intend to epvphift says: We have often heard of the I hare wetted a full Use of etrry variety of Millinery, tnd Invite in Inspection of the aime, f.Uf;"j ,,,lcrk. J. . Ili.llan.l, good gill, who will not let a present pleas- speak, but being called on and being press wonderful line between this county and TeII.Nniart, Ml. Cynthia Carton, who li aa expert In Iht but. .Umr.T. llel,!,, Ineat, will ataltt ine. flood flrit.ol.u aiwt mlr.. with work the LORD calls her ed in spirit, because the fodder was being heran, the capital of Persia, a distance of ure interfere ,;fr lhl"tt' OiHi.l'.Marah. m. T. lUrrla, Krnip V. Ilattlr. ft UN. M. V. TA II I. Kit. mi iqw to do. I do not doubt her winning a put so high that very few of the sheep could 3,300 miles; but we scarcely realized the t (.Kinney, Ky. :nit .."",?" ailalakit a Jtn Uta ami 0,. w Win n hr.ng. II falrj UfU, crown. Bertie and she have both gel at it; the dear LORD gave utterance fact that good signals were obtainable i COtlMTED TlrvM, 7ne, 111 the elements of fine christian character in and liberty in presenting Paul's "Imper- through so great a length of wire until re The I i.ai lire J ! nw .i.pli I, : a .mall a I a dltlonl wlt ItllMStl.N them and we only hope they may not fall fect perfection" of Phil. 3d. I saw many centW, when we availed ourselves of an InPATENT REFERENCE INDEX, under any untoward surroundings to spoil faces lieht up with hope as I spoke of vitation from the managing director of the II. KIWAIHD I tin va ukl-iit at aTc inventsti, f n Telegraph Company to ' Feeligreatanalety fur the pewplaof rtlanfard and .iVi'"" f""1' " .,ri ' "' p" n the blewed work, so promisingly begun. Paul's acknowledgement of "not having atbav n i ill 1. a 'i it i el v trr rnaimK Llnculn county and proiuliet to do the lair tblog Itertie is a thoroughbred Englishman, like tained neither being already perfect," while make a visit of inspection. In the baseI.AC MtRHUHaCO..ru' r nprmf .M.Maea. for them Iflhey will Iniurn with hint In either The London A I.anceihlre Imurance Co, of V XeP his father Abraham, the Father of us all yet in another sense he was "perfect." Per- ment of an unpretentious building in Old alAiLS anaeta are i.nerxii, wnow Liverpool, IJ.JS ),), or The Iloyal.nl you may lead him with a cobweb "under fect in position, imperfect in practice, but Broad street we were shown the Morte MeU l.t)j:,ITI, or aaaaaVJWlafci7T ddtF . "itg.i "BaWT The Laocaihlre, of Manchrater, auate over $1.25. Twice a Week. $1.25. law only stiffens his neck, as going on unto that also, as the life is able printer with tbe main line connection grace." The OOO.WO. l't promit to n all huu frvn Jay oa.fjairmrM did that of hi; ancestors and ours in the to bear the progress. I am sure, if more from London to Teheran. The courteous it The Best. Newiieit and Cheapeit anJ cill ixr,aii IV uiwn,u; W) Jayt Umt, wilderness of Horeb. saw this as the true bible perfection, more clerk in charge or the wire lniormed us Write toblm ercall on hliu at Ijnca.ter, Ky We had a good turnout for Saturday sanctified saints would be met with in the that we were through to Emden, and with ttewipaperm theSonth Lajit. Uennis, from church and the deprenion of the whole the same eaa with which one "wiies" from at ilro. Uillenpies DFl- New Bared, took tea with us and accom- sanctification movement would vanish in an the city to the West Eod, we aiked a few The Semi-Week- ly atrakaaura panied us to the chapel. He told me on hour, aa it ought. One thing is certain-f- ew questions of the telegraphist in the Ger5 for the way home to put him down for Kveryl ho 'd are willing to attempt the life. The man town. When we had finished with It, a&C'Oa, newt dayi ly advance lake the It lvei the week-laletl. to uf the teut, when we were ready to pitch it. satae difficulty of fitness is raised by sancli-ficatio- n Emden we spoke with the aauie facility to nj for !..i ui ,iwjr. It t IiKMiM'ttATIC tit Iulivl;!, Ky , Cincinnati, O, and Indlanaiwlli, Ind .dealer lo itrlnwty A .Vin , Dnker lima.', at the Mm. time INllr Ft'NPK.NT It tlllea' It Our trip to Wales has been set for the teachers, without at all intending the gentleman on duty at Odessa. This lialnea'.J AC H her, Vo-- e A Hon. , Hil Win A i jBlalm the Lett tiewtiuuiiuary, the l.nt readlDt eicond week in May. The devil will try to block the way of seekers, that is contin- did not satisfy us, and in a few minutes we Co ' Coite, L prlabt and Flauo Fortxi mailer tha het editurlal and the market alto tbe fetey, Shonlncer aud Hamilton Organ. Utt only wl.'J3 per year. to stop it altogether, I am sure, and I ever ually put before the unsaved by those who were through to the Persian capital (Tein. ..in Iiutruinenta euld at prlceaaud tariu to lull - r ton I give your onlera till you get our .i. mistrust delays that giye him time to do know not the full "gospel of the grace of heran. There were no messages about, tllO if....i.i li llo-l- . ,1 r i t -Sond for Spoolmon Coplon. I ol prlcra and term i) Ibllllll II Hill. In his underground work. But I hare no God." The bible encouraees all sinners to the time was favorable, and the employes uiNin tin.- - m ik, bi k. i !, Il M., ill Kvery farmer, every raeichtnt, every trader ll)atir.la. care in the matter, trusting in the LORD come just as they are; and all saints to come of tbe various countries seemed anxious to victim Jiil olilll- . Il.i lillult ill.I.,r tilcuiuil4ii . wuit r I llll have It. rllieat we. bllity, or n tn (tun l,ra , knmr llwt alone and putting no confidence in even just aa they are; the one for justification the give us an opportunity of testing the caHemetnr,yiiet IW peri and donate the tin ii,riiin i iiik n. Mlln.itlH' trading matter ivejbyau oraiaary weakly. "princes," merchant or other. But I should otter for sanctification. "This man receiv- pacity of this wonderful line, T. H. N I'Xiita ii iim rifl.- i.Miiripi TU.Ii-- rurl- Ilir. tb. far II. a.l and It M yeu wl,, ,' uurci-o- r the truiililf uml .flicla ai week. IUbI tbe money loour agent In liko to go to Wales, where our fathers first ed "inners " That covers a willing sinner. (Tsheran) said: '"Call Kurrachee," and in mill pcuii iii n: art. yoiircouEly, or reni't .llmtuiu. For ealo by all Iruiri;l.t and Dealers knew the "gospel of the grace of God," for But "this man eatetk with sinners," also. leas time than it take to write theie wcrds A. I J re., TIIK LOllsVII.I.K IViT Uvuti jU . 'j"Ij LouUvllla, Kv the Church of Wales antidated, long, the That covers a willing saint, for the "second we gained tbo attention of the Indian E. H. BUItNSIDE, Church of England. And the blessing." Willingnesi therefore is all. town. The signals were good and our dear LORD will send us there sooner or Consecration it an effect of the "higher peed must have equaled fifteen words a This Old Woll - Known CARTER'S later, I am sure, but whether through our life." No: the cause or a prerequisite. minutes. Hotol Still Maintains its ' The operator at Kurrachee, Lt. jjood Bro. Cory or not, I cm not say. I Much less a sine gun non. O, if drooping when he learned that London was speakITTLE High Roputation, think from past experience in this country saiuts would bat believe and go on their ing to him, thought it would be a good op AND TJCTLYTRUH that my gospel will have to make its way way rejoicing and not bother about conse portunity to put us through ti Arga, and ks Iti Proprietor it Determined that unbolstered by the "wise," the "might" cration any more than a sinner need bother to our aatoniohment the signals did not it Shall be Second to no Country and the "noble;" indeed, in spite of them, about feeling. In either case the consecra- fail and we chatted pleasantly for a few Hotel in the State in Iti Fare, by their aid and comfort. rather than tion and feeling would follow the entrance minutes with Mr, Malcolm Khsn, the clerk appointment, or Alien Sunday, April 6th. A glorious spiiit-ua- l into the state, whether the justified or the on duty. To nuke Ibis triumph of teletion to Comfort of their Oaeiti. with three meetings, all eanctified-- by FAITH. All of which, en- graphy complete, Arga switched us on to harvest crowded, and at night almost to suffocation. larged upsu, at the Triangle, horrified the another line, and we were soon ttlkinz to fie Ilradacha and rtlicro a!l tin t.n bilious aUtoof tbearattm.anrlia ). BMKaie will k caarayed to aad from t he 4 There were to have been four, but rain pre tbe platform, but delighted the pews, which native telegraphist at the Indian Governfree of chart. Kpeclal aecnnmodatl eat rhw, Nauwa, Drowauina, l)ltria alienating,. to Caavaaerelal TraveUri. The liar will vented the fourth, which was to have been latter efiect I was after and rejoiced in wit. ment Cable Station, Calcutta. At first the TVhllo their moet ruinf ablosucccaa ha Uxn shown lu curing aiwaya eipaned nltk the rhotceit service, following nesing. The "common people" hear glad- gentleman "ai the other end of the wire" made up by an out-doFACTS RtCAROINO kraadaof I.lqaort aad Claar. meeting. The hungry ly now as then. Another assertion the regular night that I could not, believe that he was really in DfiHuiffalicalcai; would nave inspired any made, which give deep offense to the plat-for- direct communication with the English listeners y ..,,w! I Purify and enrl' ' Uic BlQOO.reralalo speaker with zeal to feed them, whose heart but wis well received by the pew.waa capital, and he exclaimed in Morse lannradaelif.yrt Carirr'aL'tllc Lire r Till ar rnnatlr HXAI.T1I andVIOOKoYbuTH' In tliol, voloablu In Conatlpatlon, curing and preventing beat at all in sympathy with the loving tnls, that I had never met a "holiness pro- guage: "Are you really London?" Truly thla annoying complaint, whiialbey alaocorrt-cOlina.a reoulrln arrrlaliiand rlSclen all Tt)Mf. tt.ecj.lly Ih.prj .ia unto( Arnrl.lc. Initlar il and shepherd all. fessor" in my life (and I had known very this was a great achievement. alldlaordirs of Savior's desire to save llvrr iion, i.a, k ur Blrnif h, .1.- - II ue I marked Metallic and nttUa'.c tbo tboatomach, Btlniulito lhacured bowda. Bim If they orjy with and o nlinul Jtoiira. Bro. Gillespie U as hearty, receptive and many) in whose walk and conversation, hi". communication without a break from 18 rnuiclei and nrrtnrcr. lie new r.ull. t"",,lJ force. theiulnd andiuppllta tlr.ln I'oair outspokenly favorable to our gospel as was ter 4S hours' acquaintance, I could not Old Broad street, London, to the telegraph ,ulr","'' n"'' all comnlalnti pemlUrtoll-elrwlifitudli" liBISBBBBBBBBBBBtBBSBHBk I want these two names have suggested an improvement. And if I office in Calcutta! 7,000 miles of wire! Bro. Limbourne. T0NIC a ""' and hcalthi comuloaloii. in the hearts of all our could see imperfections in their perfection The signals were excellent, and the speed Arh they wonM be almoat prlcclcea to those who ' I"'' !" "il?l to be ensbriued I" the ulue of l)n. ,n.1'1 'r"ni'" iil.5'r it1'.1.'!" V"i,- - ' )'l,ml "e.tient alleiuptt r,,J.5.K friends in America, who take an interest in how much more the holy eye of Him with attained was not less than twelve, perhaps sunVr tr m thla dltretlni( complaint ; but fi.e.,r c"' ''? ).ou ',,,rd lo ,,l' P"llar U wio nnce try mem win nnu tncee nine nine vain caltU our work in England, These dear men whom we have to do. The fact is, the book fourteen words per minute. Oon i -- SU'l""'"'. able I nao many tv ays thattbry will rotbcwUluiK ii iiiiiuiSal and Hut toTlia Ur lUrl.f Mad Co. V W do wltiiout thtm. Hut after all alclc Lead have taken a stand mot credible to their "Scripture Sanctification" has got to be Curiosities of figures. tnUuf ttranf.and oufjl laluraatloo, tim. JP christian courage in boldly committing written yet, if one be needed, outside the On. HAnTtR's Irion Tome ia ron 8al nv au Here's a curiosity for little student: to a line of truth the propaga-lio- n bible May the one "taught of God" be , DeAtrn themselves nwinoiata of which they well know will get them soon raised up to do it. I only wish I The multiplication of 937051321 by 4b gives THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY Reversing the ordr la thafcano cf o many Uvea that here I wrier- - re The roniljliifsl talllon, baa recovered from .ll.Un, inlo trouble with the "orthodox." We had kcew how, but I can only preach "as best nalie our pruil boat. Oar Juls cuiu 1' ,.h l per and will be penultle.1 to aerve ware of the diglta. and multiplying 123456769 olh. ridonrt. tea at the Tabernacle, both I can " dinner and Cartcr'a Lltllo LlTrr Jai are very eraa.l t.--.J At $15 i IiiHiiro a Living Coll. y to tnkr. Onoortwo tiillsnmkca d.im vrry At night another glorious meeting at by 45 we get a result equally curious, plentiful and excellent and we had a large ' or II we take 123459789 as the Th y ore atrictly ti tablo and do nut fcr'I"--who MVR, PIIOGUESSTVE, POl'l'LAII. Mrt natliired at 12 per month lor further purge, bu oy th( 'r table well filled, witn our party anu ttie Bro. Gillespie's. Got at lau to the 4th n'le ociloti j lran all ueothrm. In ilaaticetit.; f.vo forf!. SulJ particular!, tall on or u.irtM and Bexley Heath, chapter of Genesis and the good LOHD multiplicand, and interchanging the figure Tho Cheapen and lien Family .Vewanaper dear friends from Erith ty la S. II. Il.tVUIIMAX, tTiry wliut, or trut by uia.f, tho 2IMf iinnior.i. Ky Monday, April 7th. Raining this morn- opened my mouth boldly. Praise Him of 45, take 51 aa the multiplier the pro. r iirri::r mkdkjve co...pw ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. due', is O.GGO.OGG.GO'J. Returning lo the ing, hut cleared ofl beautifully before the forevei! The dear LORD has evening Bervice Thursday, April 10th. At Aldirsgate multiplicand first and ued, 937054321, and Livpn us such glorious neither for these to a happy meeting, as usual, and n pleas- - taking 54 an the multiplier agiiin, we get ! threes except tbe first C3;)33,333,331-- kI! INTERESTING, INSTRUCTIVE, USEFUL, n;..nM to llro in ley anu iiarkin? ant iilniin whli .Tnim m ih. v as we v vii n i t . s.u . ttr tt. i&i lloiU, waera the 20 minutes' walk of the abbreviate tbe Arcadian Vettarian now. and last figures, which red togetl er 54, Iiaihrk inahojony bay horse, foiled .lune lltli, the multiplier. Taking the fame multi- 1M). full 16 Inndi hltfh; hl(ti Mjlo and kiw,. atatl rido in an open Tuen went with EJith to the Surrey line nnd the 20 luinutn.' Side imltits. wj alrol by tbe rlumploii trotting etjlll.jri of the other, would have brought 0f the ThatBen to viit hfr eiiler, .Mra. plicand and Using 27, the half of 5 1, as the of the world, the teaownedNiniiiltr, record I:IHlt I'lritiUri by Mntuhrlno HtarlUlU; Jl dam br OlTHE no end o( dUcotufort in bid weather. He Payee. The doctors bave giveu up her multiplier, we get a product of 20,000,000, iver, he by Vancr; III dam by Warner; 4tti dam 0G7 all Hixes except the first and !at Helen I'aacvtt by Imp, Tranby; Dili d.ini Nell is mxxi and Hia mere? etidureth forever. uir iittie baliy to I know not what, acd iiwiune ut by Imp, Apjand rateliugat night full of theSpir I the Vivx mothtr a in the "depths" for figure?, which rend tocether give 27, the TralHluar, Tlla innrnion Itattler.liymil ilaiu Imp. Hprea.l I dam .Vrttletup multiplier. Next interchange the figure Kir, oui uaiu uy oniri., nn uaiil DJ Jinp. Junua. We so out every night dinging- a irrow over her hrot-brI had grace 1 it' rower. Thin He have all the dealrr-- 1 element aroiubl. 'Come ye tbat low tlie Lord, nation of the h'ghut tvpe-- of giren U "pooh pooh" the "Faculty," an- - in number 27, and using 72 as the vm'tlntf, pacing and thoroiiKhbred blood. Therefore And let your joya b k oown," with 987051321 as tho multipli evidently muit pioduce rpeedyt'row'a Mnuygler ointed tbe baby in the came of the great a well aa thn Thli fine Malllon wj tand the preient frn.on cand, we obtain a product of 71,111,111,112 hliihrat type ol tnmbnel bormi 111 aire could Physician, prayed over it and then loft the trot better than 7:15 and jKice better than 'J:i$, We're uiircbin to ZIol, toll till Mfanlnir time Lien retained lor eiv,n all these except the first and last figures, BMlCllimn'H Kl'tORI) A..iINT that (It All money weeping mother visibly comforted. How Dainaot winner! fue. IMorlck Mm la Btautllu'., beuutlful Zlna." OrilKH I.ivimi 8tam.io.ns.The l.lwt lint heat multi-plie- r. .'.h.,.l,, M0,",nlT"'7U,, ,,laclt u"4ne "' talt, time, 2.I.V.,. fa.teat necond beat time, know that a happy meeting stupid is unbelief! How reasonable ia which read together give 72, the faitcat f.r 7.?,Je"fr"i,,an.1 l01 ''' '""Unit makea god third heat, J.Ifi-i.fajtm fourth heat, 2' I'J'i; faith! Cin uot the dear LORD, if faith .. , inn.: llnrk.l.n ,.? l. ...j rim- ,f. n. r.i lieAl, 1T.IT" He beat UnMitnllli Maid on .,,,.... U brett!iini up. "urlrdcii wa ot by ' her Ohio. tjuslderln that ,",ATiV "' ","' l ol thegn-atM- . April 8th. The wcnderful will bid Him, or permit Him, rather, undo If.len.lwlai.er Sionu of Lon'obvity. Lord Bacon, gen- thli nierltaat Cleveland.race, devperately JocLeyel Tuesday, Ilgerrttate, waia coiiipelluj; and aa a We took tea with the devil' work? Sureiy it is blanphem-ou- a erally regarded as the keenest observer and foujtht from brulnnlnn to end, won with no the I)oniajl.rBuk.a, 1801, il,u t J?Z'&&fSi Slit won the Wooden! M.Vc. u.'.rl. weather still continues. favoraihown but every advantage Z.iZ'.lV'"" out i..n. to deny this. Ah, there is the pinch-- 1 and proiound"it thinker who has appear HiniiKgler, It atandi eeond to no tnlen tndefat .r.A Hay Bromley. Mr. P. ia u nfliiibii.n. triumph ever by the Palmem of Mlddloton. llo.lerlck'a lat dam, .Mary turf. hat if the LORD tends the ed on this planet, wrote much on longevity. won on tbe trntlluKJI.1.0W); Hi' fired tbo great 2d dam tradesman, with a ilonrisbing meet-dho- mg point! ti!'; ,,,ll.i. ,i! .....',.by that aald lor alao ttio last gelding. Mrat!.V'jrK,"1,1't')f81 .Til .lain lr.,l,l, I, l. Hawthorne. of the in front of hii snug home. Hiraaelf calamity and not the devil? fee! ye?! I Ilia fligns of ehort life are quick growth, made n paclnir I'ocalionlni, anotherdriver lumllr, renieaaa by Ccrvantev: ftih Jim M.rf.n... i.. ,. record of 2 and welRhlnn Bromley meeting and see where the devil ha. beguiled us all. fair, soft akin, xoft, fine hair, early corpu- 'M pound). Youoe I'ocahontaa troltnl a mile In cerer; Clb dam Thoruatlna hy Tluiolby: 7ri ,lm a convert of the (0 J7'Icfc;. dam) 8th .lam by a 18; n hall In OWIaiY Syphon, tjulck'a Charlotte by lllank; 10th lence, large head, ehort neck, small mouth ly, Htrldenway,1.04,'$. Another of ibe great fami- ilaui by 9th quite an accession in z;al and meana to Well, I will be his dupe no longer. trolled three conacutlve,., .,. In I'rab; 11th dam by blninle- 12th O 1Q O HI' n,l . A biased meeting at Barking Road. A fat ear, HI .,.,.!,. Limbourne'a membership. L. and G. neptrated teeth. Some of no dam by lle.hel,', Catlawaj .alldan! by Bro. brittle c-hiMSAT-A.?other family of huiaei liavo ahow n ao much Hth dam Itovnl mam. M.r, TrA.1r,.Lvvi5r.r'f-c- v iv.u. ... i.... ' .' s: both with us. L. read me a lot of glorious letter of inquiry from tome one In the hia signs of long life nre nlow growth, hard, peed nnd wonderful emliiranre. It li tafe to ,,Uu' w- - '"'I'- VaneUtto THE COMMERCIAL F0n ONE YEAR AND THK r.1.lui.".br,U.("ll'ilck. thataucb great perlarmlng ability nevi-- r by In Knuland; Dd Vorela by Blick-locWATCH FOR ONLY $3.60. THE teitimonies, taken down at the time, trom audience furnished the subject, as it baa course hair, rough, freckled akin, deep furwithout an Inlierltaiuo. TWO tlh by 1'nanloiuj Stb Overton, ih Walnut-Tm nit rniut vr UNE. who told, at his firat "twtimonT" done again and again of late. Praiae the rows In the forehead, firm ihsh with veina Ocntleinen, exatnlno the alud hooka and you those h llulaj. 8th I'lracan'lha by Mathunoth that traces "rs"1'1'! meeting what the LORD had done for their LORD! He gives me read r nnatrnra anil lying high, wide ncntrils, large mouth, will find Imp. CltOW'6SMl.'(KJI,Elt Kngllah aeven UthOreyboumli 12th J17 Spinner by I'ortner: tattoo for miking tha but cheap Watrtiin ihiufffi8. times to Metienger and once to ' Sphomiba. dam by Clni f iactcrv ti i. aire of linn MeMenver. Mmnh.i..,. mon'a Hay larb; 13th preach on Gen. the "tongue of the learned" in responding hard, gristly ear, strong, contiguous teeth-Hthe aoula, At night I began to li'Arer's CbMlBut forUd4y;,lc?r,rfn fetarllKht'a full alster, ' Thorne, baa a record of ArablaD, u li Whlto Strlut; lath Klla .Montague WTalal'.'.W,' S".'1 ti. "" inquiries adds tbat early gray hair in not nignifi- I 7 mi inn uroiner, ivoouiaae, n record 01 rilli. xl, but got ofl on another subject and soon to Fiuday. for "the moro excellent way." At tin aauie place we will itand our line Jack, ,, April 11th. This la "Ono,l cant, tome of the longed livers having In vlewofglvlngall aatliiactlon, I now put thla found myself on Hb, xti "Whom the horae'a acrvlce at the very low price of 81ft to .,uiiin laci, evervonij-uuuu irr.int of K1..V) by money or.li-r- . LOKDlovethHe chaateneth." The hour Friday" and the annual British holiday ia turned gray In early life. Chicago Her- the lact laii jani-- ill ruin, partetf due whun iiiniirn ih Waich irwirJcJ It tut ir cmr-- ii ! .. ascertained or mara . with, The in with cbargea irpld, l.i e oautnree aeilttht- - ald. was out before I got through that theme, as "ou" - fnll ""6. horiewlll ataml at my atablea, 4 lullea weit of Att8tolDaire.illvng " cu.!, .- .rgui.riy im one thrV"KWUL " colt till weaning lima- Stanford, Kyon tbe Htaulord A Shelby City the LORD gare me light in unfolding it, ful aervice at the Tabernacle, with houce il0.diUl!me.M0."e' and.YoaD bred by li S Respectfully, ANOTHER OFFER. Ministers, Lawyers, Teachers and others T. CHOW. high waa (Jeorce 'The people deeply intereatel. It is a sub. full by day and jammed at night. Dear whose occupation gives them but little exWashington, of Iloyle county. He waa ilred b C(f"HERCIALCan,7,,r;5''Vh,rr,', colt ol Crow'a Siujgler'a pet. urothe only t" th ,W5nK IJarlay'a UrupromlM, he by ject that at once arrests attention, showing Bro. Will and 8i8ter Pattle Egerton up ercise, should use Carter'n Littlo Liver Said colt la a rood one. out of a mira bre.l imiiinr. Henry Clay'a Warrior. VounTlppacanoe, he by will bapnienlad, all chuAt ,?rJ!." "ill0' ,n Club I'owmai'a dam m are; waa foaled lait Mar, K' w".h on of ,h imi. .V haw deeply practicil it i. The LORD from Erlth. They have come to town for Pills for torpid liver and hilliousness. One pacei ...! inLi. irr, iiil- ' nnu atltheualta .unni-- " r'V'l? A.Pd' U,ce! K' dm l7 I'loneerj g. a. dam Band f,.r;mpiDaT,u't . ..! irrw. in. iim, "15 by Old Wagnerj g. huh ...1.. hw n"-g. g, dam by a Maltets Jennet. AJll., walktotierfertlon V. V, Aldiioiit. gave tue a logical presentation of the sub a few dyn of the Good Friday week and is a dose. Ill T. Jt. r l lllfllut'r r J THE Stanford, Ky., Feb. 23, 1831. a hlii $nf criorjoumal PUBLIC SALE! THE HILLSDALE HERD PATE I : -- tSt-ly- Lnitc-lVu- j"t''w 'PIUI8E m-- pure-brc- Short-Hor- n - Bha-ro- n, s, il. ni WEBSTER'S Courl-houa- e. unabridged: rmimce&i"i OJ-iNTIS- Duke-toppe- d lJ SUFFERERS .l - get-tiu- L( ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! PER H Hi-a- Mel-ele- r COCA, BEER IRON t, J r JJr"n. ''';r". well-deserv- J " HJ Fire! Fire! Firoli (. !.,I- VI Indo-Europea- -. f.l 7Crcitoi's e Post. 8ITTERS . i : i - 1. II. ISllIduill lt ti. (lyt-Sm- i MYERS HOTEL, STANrOED. KY. and vi-r- r Propr lime-honore- I IVER PIUS. CUBE licl-di-:- IRON TONIC SICK JOE ABDALLAH! i liiimc-IUl- HEAD SW. LADIPQ ! ' '"'i'rItral ffnmo. 44,441-111,44- ACHE f -- COMMERCIAL. C;itl wv Crow's Smuggler RODERICK 1)HU! iiSS---'--"'- ' I ' A SPliEKTzJlD OPPER a- mill-tiplie- r, IfRI. ""i-"'"i'oiBe- - The-outside- r , fnt-estlif- th . well-to-d- o .:. ,....! p I'll-Krl- ni "3 ! ,..... - $3.50. pre-au- ap-pe- - kj Mam-brln- o, e ., dy " LU W .. ... . YOUNG BOWMAN r. . turn-plk- n. -- m-2- b MllledgeTUI., Kfy. COMMERCIAL, LOUISVILLE, K