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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884120501 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. flla ill imfefii 5, 1884. IJljl NEW IHw4f ER STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER SERIES-NUMB- 308 WAR TO THE KNIFE! KNIFE TO THE HOLLOW! SW Ml THE GREAT flliJkil OUT OLOSIZLSTCr .A.T- - SSiS'ri!! 5I?SS3tdl CS' Zf - OUT S-- X Jl I WW 1 mUtmmmjf ImIhm. ' I' i I is a bona-fid- e I3S& Let the peopleread it in reeling; HI not a CLEARANCE Sale! Four Thousand Dollars sold in November; Ten Thousand MUST go in December. This is the offered in The biggest week for the JJloarty BlamghU? Ftee $ Notions, Fancydrives ever Goods, etc. Central KenSpecial BarClothing, Boots and Shoes, Goods, Dry tucky on First-Clas- s Suits, stylish Hats, Gloves, Kentucky Jeans, Rubber Boots, gains in Overcoats. Gents' tailor-mad- e STlISTIOIID italics. This nsrs-- 0 . HP lildJ Wp Sandals, Arctics, Coats and Gossamers; Ladies' Wool Shawls, Skirts, Cloaks, Hosiery, Underwear, Fine Dress Goods, 'Trimmings. A special slaughter in medium Dress Fabrics, Ginghams, Flannels and Waterproofs. A fine display of Fancy Articles suitable for Christmas presents. The instructions to salesmen this week are: "Let 'em go! Sell 'em! Never mind the cost marks!" Now is the Sale the place ! time and the Great Closing-Ou- t Having determined to quit the goods business on account of failing health, I have made up my mind to stand any sacrifice that is necessary to close out stock FOIt CASH J. "TO. HAYDEN. mj A Dog for Supper. The second seeilon of the XLVIII Con-gr- 4 began yesterday. The desks of many a Cheyenne get hold of dog for One let cooking purposes, and h ! fixed for a of the prominent Senators and Representa- into the lodge of Iron life were decorated with flowers sent br week. I took a Shirt, and ther lay a fine dog before the admirers, the moit farored in thia respect coals, nice and brown to a turn, all ready being Senator (Jormtn, who was the reci for supper. It li curious aod strange fact pient of two enormoui roosters and an arm- pp that the North American Indian of all chair, the latter bearing the word: for A. P. Q., 1837." Senator Jones' tribe will turn away from tVe choicest beef, if he can be lure desk also bora a rootter, while those of remlon or of getting a dog Inilead; and man of the Sen tors Iogalls, Maxey, Harris, Sabin, colonies of dog for the lame Voorhee, Camden, Conger and Lipham tribe purpose that wt do beetM. At there were were rirlouily deorated with horse shoes, tar aod bisket. Ia the House, floral de no dogs in camp, I inquired of Uiwland of favorite how it happened that Iron Shirt wa m signs ornamented the desk "Re-erre- d buffalo-hump, rl fortunate in recurlng one. Rowland that brare on the tubject end I leaned 'tbat a party of Eoglbh tourist had paid a visit to the cattp a few day previous, out of curiosity, and that the dog waa thelrr. From the moment the doomed canine entered the Indian Tillage Iron Shirt had kept hia covetous eye glued up on the animal until, watching hia chance, he secured the prize and splrito j it out of aight until the Englishmen bad taken their departure. The dog was a Gordon tetter and had been brought along by the tour-Itfor hunting purpose. Iron Shirt did not consider his action In the case wrong or improper, as stealing It looked upon as a Tirlne rather than ft crime by nil red men, and that is why the Cheyenne happened to have a doit for supper on this particular Fort Keogh Letter. evening. que-tiosed Particular attention is called to members, and among them a handsome secured, and A Large and Elegaat Addition to tit rvoatL Ra.1uum and Tn.te-MtrshlpofsU', of which Mr. Cox, o( New all other patent cause In the Patent Offlee and be Stock of Jewnlry, fore the Court promptly and carefully a'unaea York, was the recipient, An immense bed to. And articles o Terttt. of chrysanthemum corred the desk ocUpon receipt ol model or sketch o( Intention, I make careful elimination, and adslse as to patcupied by Mr. Dtrbour, of Virginia, and a entability free of charge. moderate, and I make nocHarae tasteful basket of variegated flowers adorn. f secured. untenB patent reterencra aeut on Information, C3r- was application table. ISo business ed the Speaker adrlce and special axrawaxTS The human hair maket, it appears, is jr. K. LtTTKCI; transacted, and after the President's Mm-tg- e Washington, D, C. Near U. 8. Patent Office. belnir seriously affected hy the troubles In 8cene -- Hotel In Texas.. Natl re (at the had been read and referred in each China. Marseilles, the great European de dinner table) Gimme the svtaltt LonlsrlUe, Ky., Cincinnati, 0., and IndlanapeMj, Courlr branch an adjournment was had. oqoi utcim un. , InJ.. dealers in oninwaf pot for supplier for wigs, perukes, chignons, Dry goods drummer from (with hauii1hh J. A C. Fischer. Voee A Soat' Baldwin A Journal. plaiu, fIe front, etc , has hitherto receiv- teur) Excuse ine, sir, but I am not the Co.'a Cottage, Upright and riquare Piano Fortt alao tho Estey, ctbonlnter and Hamilton Organ. Lincoln and Bonn. A moot remark. ed annually a much a forty ton of the waiter. Instruments sold at prices and terms to suit puraMuelnttion treasured merchandise from the able latter in reference to the chasers. Don'tglre your orders till you get ear Native Gimme the saltl uauuue, a.j. price and terms, ILM1STRA1ED. o! President Lincoln by John Wilkes Celestial; and an Ingenious calculation The drummer gives him the salt. Booth has beed received by a prominent has shown that upwards of 2,000.000, fevolume, beginning In December, If Rjfcoe Conkling will ''engage in the TT.nr'a f 9 I n ft will conciuue us imnj-uii- u i. officer in Baltimore. It say male heads have been dependent for their year, rne oiuesi peuoaicaiui iji". i "." a new M.eilne, that Booth did not assassinate the Presi- coiffure, directly or indirecth, upon the practice of criminal law" when Cleveland each new olurne fresh subjects and not simply benew pictures, cause it presents dent for any political .reason whatever, but, hair trade of Marseilles. Now, through begins to "turn the racals out," he can but alao and chiefly because it steadily advances In a a richer man than Jim rn the method Itself of magailne-niaklnin four years on the contrary, it wai simply to wreak the action of the Pekln Government, or the word, the Magazine hecauits mora and more tbe (..lil.Ci! mlrrnr nf current Ills and IllOTCnient. that Booth patriotism of the Chinaman, the wig busi- Blaine, and every cent honestly earned. private vengeance. It appears stealings Leading features In the attractlre proraume for rruui-mor- e It ia hoped that;Mr. went to Mr. Lincoln and begged htm to ness of France is imperiled; and unless Twenty four years of stealing and Star-rout- e 1853 are: new serial noTeii uy A JfAtn Charmer Wonlson and W. D. Ilowellr; a new noTcl and commit himself to any pardon hit friend Oipt. John Yatea Beall, fashion steps in to make hairless beads tol- are to be answered for now, t1Cleveland will not lied OloTej" de.icrlptlTo Ulustra-tK- l Louisville entitled "At P. D. Millet. It. Swain Olflord.E A. paicra by erable, and false head gear puperflous, Mr. fees won't be a circumstance. other beautiful and accomplished daughter who was condemned to be shot ai a Abbey, II. Ulbson. and others; (loldsmlth's "aba spy. Mr. Lincoln was inexorable, Mr. Jules Ferry may find the dissatisfac- Times. nt h llnniihlic until he has met Miss Til htoops to conquer." illustrated by Abbeyf Impornext serious move- tant papers on Art. Science, Ac. to be the hut alter Daoth had gone down on bis tion of French people anything but a fav We predict that the lie Frellnshuysen, who appears Are you falling, try Wbjxs' HrsiLTn IU' VEWKB, u ijiuv, cican, wuuicfuuiu hand with omble outcome of his policy in China. ment of the republicans will be to disfran HARPER'S PERIODICALS most distinguished candidate now before l knee and bathed Lincoln' toars ami KtMea tuem ne nnany reienteu chise the negro and thus deprive the South public eye A nearly an we can the Cyrus Field say he confidently expect ror Drain. Herves, Stomach, Uier.KIJnes, of it electoral vote. Against of thirty-seve- n certain, Mis Tillle has been engeged to and promised Booth to pardon Capt. Beall. to hear the rebel yell again. Again? FEU YKAU. Luniri. An UncmuUeJ lnvlgorant. Cures Will t 0" the South will sUnd rolfd Harper's Masailn and bachelor Booth left, well satisfied with the result of this movement , every distinguished widower 10 a day or Mr. Field please make a diagram of the a the friend of the negro aod tbe champion Humer'a Weeklr Headache, Fever, Ajrue, t'Ulls. in Washington society. The flirtation with q( his mission, and when he read exact spot where he stood when ho heard Baiar DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. Atlanta Consitu Harper's Younir Peoole John A. Kasson threw Iowa Into convul- two afterwards that his friend had been it before? According to our best Informa- of hi enfranchisement. - (0 ttarrxr'a ittyl with Presi- shot he became wild with rage and concocNice to take, truo merit, uncoupled for sion last spring, and her Harper's Franklin Square'Llbrarv, one ytar Field never heard anything that tion. TORPID LIVER and Night ....,.10 00 ted his fcheine of assassination, wjilch he tion Mr. ro............ fS2 Numbers) I one of the most pathetic Parla-medent Arthur sounded more like a rebel yell than the JS Members of both 'the Hemes of Postage Free to all subicrlbers in the United mances in the history of love nflalrr. Wo afterward carried out. sit with their hat on, removing them States and Canada. at DrtKKlsts. i".Si per lo't. 6 fw-peaceful purring of a Maltese cat on some sh'e gur-will. confidently expect the Pesldoat-elec- t E. B. Wkias, jersey uiy. .. " " "- - "Oh, I do so dote.on the. sen," only when they rise to speak or to go out European hearth. Chicago Herald. , i J I I "F' l7 4 1 til Tbe volumes of tbe Msgizlne begin with the ukusiub, (all ruaiiiy,inijoTo wim mo f citatum gleu; "iiyou oniy nan '.ycui, of the chamber numbers lor June and December ot each year. r , soon as be beholds the sunshine of her dear." The body of Joel" T. Hart, exhumed at 0 no -- &cu, Wilbelminn." he Whennotlmeis speclfleJ, it will be understood mll"C that tbe subscriber wishes to begin with the cur Positive Cure for Piles. f D1RCk" Florcnco at the expense of the Kentucky -,,hut l can fchlcaVo NewT ' . W" rent number. To tho people of this county we would say that flown Iegialathre, ia now on the way across (be olumes of Harp" Tbe last eleren Ard then It sounded as If a cork had we have beon given tbe agency ol Dr. Marchlsl's er'. Magazine, in neat cioiu uiumm will be sent 1.500 winters in Paris)! Ten Them are s Wilmington News. , Atlantic to be buried in the out of a botUe. y mall postpaid on receipt of ti er volume, Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed hour mikes a day's wort;, nnd they receive li,th cases for blading, 60 cents each, by mall region where Hart was born. He wai one to cure or tuojer refunded Internal, External, thirteen cents per hour. lis--. 1IOSAMCO. postpaid. 50 cents Index to Harper's Magazine, Alphabetical, Ara - Thl name fcas bocomo to f.imlll.ir with tlie mot of tbe most successful American sculptors Wind, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price and Classified lor Volumes 1 to CD Incl usl., cum: inm ritKf. State tlat It It and lived in Italy from 1S4S to his death a box. No cure, no piy. Penny A McAllster, lltlcalJune, 18 JO, to June, 1850, 1 vol. gvo, cloth, 91. Buchu-Paib- a of rxrlc tliroaliont tlio fnHnl froia " of,?flUt uruggists. ! tlit' orlglnntcr o( prowled hy r Jtetulttancca ahouU lie male by t'ost-OPile aro frequently liArllT tiWN'ary to tto that li In 1877. Ills chief work, "Woman Trium TicmnrUnblo Curnsof CntarrUof tho Money Order or Dralt, to avoid chance of loss. tlio alnlomtii, (Up grout pt Ilwmiku'i t'ongli nml I.ng Pjrup, lntlis back, loins and lower imrt of Blaibler, Inflammation, Irritation of KidDaughters, Wives and Mothers, xlnj-toxvenapaperaare nov woopi tun aiiTeriitciuiui neys nnd Bladder, Stono or Uravtl 'm afT.ctlon (tho iMi'lVvfaorlto rcmM)-- , here erenow n, lor phant," is at c it.hig t)ie,rtnt t suppose bd h We emphatically guarauteo Dr. Marchlsl's without the expreaa order of lT.r.xr A Rrathers, of the lYostate Olnnd. Uronslcai ct tli kl Joeys jm nclglilwtlnft organ. Ji tlpiei, OouglK. (;oia, Comiiuiptlon ana iiTanvciioin ui UAKi'EU A BltOS., Newor. Address The Christian scientists hold tint mind a female remedy, to cure Female DiseasSrrulllnirn, Femala Diseases, lucontlo-enc- o rnplonn 6f IhiltgMtlou are present, a flatulency, anJ 'Lungs. I'rlto ft) cuts aaJ tM tjio .TlnqM of Urine, all Diseases ol iho Oenlto-Urmi-7 lies supreme power over matter; that the es, such as Orarlan troubles, Inflammation and Orpins In either sex. For tfrieallnMi of tlio atuinarli, etc. A moUtiinr, ULq SolJ hr IlcllolierU fc htsgir. OhiiuVcnlhal'l !) Ulceration, Falling and dlsplscemsnt or bearing or Unnatural DUdtmrei use thesiltl o( that rim ol illagrwAtlo Itcblng, nick may become well if they only think so joripliutton, lj feeling, Irregalarlttles, Barrenness, Change g'nTHV IT YOllllSBJlji"', l.mcJut. down nlso "CiMnln'a Injection Heu-.- " each 51. Clttl ll slnHin milvril uilite.or aflir cvttlns; warm, Is n rery common attendant and, indeed, are well if they believe and of Life, Leucorrhas, beside many weaknesses rl T0SDATS.1 ror SU'IHMS, cither contn-teTli proof orttio 1'uJ.llngls not .n clifwlng tlio 1.rtMn,ltfn. lnStItU 9aruu.4 a.t al UDri'1, UlftMIng ami Itelilug l'lles ) leM at oncu to the .! .a1.00 l)fr bot. caatt nuittus. ojportunlty to try tlw ar. act ss if they were. They have a church springing from the abo re, like Headache, Bloattrlng, tut In linTtus tlon Hitter 8ynip. npplloitloti of Ur NonaiiKo's l'llo Ileqioily, which acts Qhnwoa the liiot ttt Clnpln'a RyphUltlorilli.SlfW.anJChft-- ' FtagK.tlio DniggUI'i In Boston, and . college, where for $300 ing, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous deMcltoUili vrtmruvu th put'11' i flw illrectly "I10" tlin )mrts anectej, absorhltig the tlclojoiirirtf. n'n'a Bypiaiitlc Salre. 5100. Yvo Da On ua iM'Slos ?, bility, Palpitation of th Heart, Ac. For sal by Dr. ltwanko's CoiiglmnJ LCrt4CUsu10e. areoi? U10 oiMnm . one may be taught bow to become a healer. druggists. Prices SI and ! nf lfll i iiiln b f b( alU) Ing the Interne Itching anJ aftVt'tlng a tiuvo a frw trial tottloor Tuninrs, class one who U sffllfltsl tl CO per bottle. Send Cinolnnatl.1 nn.l erfry I' Price 60 cents. Ad.lresf the Nr. Lung Syrnp far eatli UriiforJ, Fs. l rriiHtir lit euro. Ohio. or any Some remarkable euros of nervous troubles to Dr. Marchlsl,Utlca, N.Y., for pamphlet, free. K. S. WfUV JniwTUir. ".. " n. Coaghi, CoMn, Aillpia, Coniumi'tltfil Uwnko Me4lc,ta Co., 1'Hua, Ohio. SuU by McKob-ert- s wltli have been effected. XcAJlstcr, DrVg;ts, nuslLvVs FW ij yj Fenny Lung AfTectlon. "-- The Brooklyn Union says: "The late unlsmented Mr. Blaine should imitate the modest slleace and humility of two of hi rivals whose Presidential aspirations were nipped on thtt fatal and. frigid day three weik ago. Doe Belva Lockwood tear her jersey, and flop round with the unprofitable energy of a decaptUted hen, and say, '0, shucks!' with that feminine energy which make that simple expletive as ex. preaalveat the whole vehement vocabulary to a Texan cowboy? And Ben Butler, too how calm be is In death! He joat locked up the proceeds of his last weekly check from the Republican National Com mittee, gave a wink that would have done no discredit in exprutivenes to the hundred eyes of Argus, got into his coffin, and pulled down the lid. Why cp net Mr. Blaine imitate their laudable examples, and be a nice, quiet corpse?" A Valuable Conkidestial Clerk. of a clerk once in a dry good store who wo smart and quick and a splendid manager, and all that, but he got uppity and'biggoty, and put on consequential air until he was very disagreeable, and he took occasion to say to his associate that the concern couldn't get along without him. S the gentlemen, who was the senior partner, called him in th office one day, and say he: "Mr. Jenkins, you have been very efficient, and we appreciate your service, but I hear that you have repeat edly asserted that if you were to die the concern conldn't possibly survive it, and thia ha worried me no little, for you, like all men, are liable to die very unexpected ly, and no we have concluded to experi ment while we are all in health, and see if 'he concern will survive. So consider yourself dead for a year, and we will try It Arp in Atlanta Constitution. BUI I heard Saw Mill For Sale! UaTlng determined to change m v business, I nflr for mIm fnrlrtitalrl mr Saw Mill, situated on r-- '. Brush Creek, la Casey county, K.y. tub ungioe Is stationary; Boiler 40x21: Koglne 10x20: Counter Shafts leeu Edging fcliwind Grist Mill atn and tached. The property U G. X". Peacoofc THE DRUGGIST. " HtTSTONVUXE, - - Timber plenty and accessible. I would be willing to exchange for good farm stock, such a Mulce, His line of goods, In every variety usually taomi Horses, Cattle, Ac. Houae of tbe kind, is in a flrt-cl- a rersoas wishing to engage In the lumber busiUrge and complete. ness will find a good opening by applyltg to Judioioua Alterations in the Internal Ac HustonTiUe,Ky. JW-t- f In Geetl Running Ortlpr. Is FreparlBg for a LI r elf Saramor Trade. rangementa Secure Boom Comfort and Better Display. Ie .Ft. Tv'ator 18SS. I. M. Baldwin & Co, rost-ome- HARPER'S MAGAZINE long-haire- n ., -- re-ti- re wum Con-feJera- te a, x)rs?ii?si-- iir - " 8eml-unnu- Blue-Gras- "' juga l'h-oasf.ti-,l.,Sl iin , Jfc i & Stags. Semi-MteWiilntmorijur- cents per pound. Uncle Stephen Marrs is able to bo out again after an Illness of several days. W. P. WALTON. Mr. G. W. Judy, cf ParJs, ha shipped Is amoro popular man than Bolva LookwoTJl Svflr Wah, jfolVs kot oni , . 20,000 pounds of drowed turkeys liotn here ly ono voto in Lincoln County; tho Dr. goto tho support of alltho this winter. He returned home Tuesday.viuuu iiuuftiug jjouicb, ujio ugiy ones traao oisownoro.) ILASO.S:-lIIlltMl)r- all Mr. It. It. West's new tesidenco on CJocmIh, hvIIh NiiarlillnK iKlRlTCHuiiHiulHoniopalrot vhhcn to UiwlHdy who llrnt clicnnH nioni-rly.tLexington street is nearinc completion J and at tho New IJjriiKNtoro thin JIhI- and will be quite a handsome dwelling TiEMDKNT ArtuurV Message, which Mullclnei of All Kind. . IbUieafartWBatiS, 97et9 htSlSfftlF f when finished. weprewnt to oar reader in supplement Intent MrUlclneJ, L.iDiintnu, Uolldar 90001.;' will The ladies of the Reform church Blood I'utlfltrs Ibna.ia a remarkably digniBed andbusioeee Cough Mjjtufi,-UatrHeDtwtn,' give a Japanese Tea at the City Hall on Toilet Soajis, l K'ce 1'oV Jrrt, jPSf like State paper, and moat of bis sugges-'tjpBfToilet Sftfj IHiiUl for KAlflng Ej, xueauay evening, ueo. 20a; procerus 10 90 Cl;irs forth Oenlleuitn will meet with general approval. The C'omtn, llalrOlli, Hair llrutLet, given to the church. principal points, after referring to the fact vh Tooth Briiabea, Ciolhn llruiho, I'alnt Ilruihti, W. Burnside and family left this week MemortnJuHl Uookt, that we are At peace with nil the world ple." I'crket ltxiti. I'lr, Burn KOTtlopfl, for Wichita I'enclti, "and the reU of mankind" are the tcconi I nti, I'eitbtr Duittri, York World is far outstripping side will practice medicine with his brother Lain , The New Cblrunsyi, meruiation of the aupension of Bilver dot- ltiMn, l'o:let Kuliei. lax coinage and the b mtnce of silver ceriifi its contemi oraries both in circulation and Dr. S. II. Bbrnside, who went there several j)lollo Hujngj of the dol- - advertising. The former amounts to over weeks ago. We wish him iuccessln his .tee. There ara S1S5,000,000 InfTtiitaTnUHor the antlen-j- l tniu LTafooa, ' ,1 a , ,1'atnH. ; Ian of our daddies optitlading and but tvg millions o& copies weeklyffarid lat new field.fTlh;l rafp, Tf Varolihw, been giviUL''tuucolunin en BiuoktrgTobatco fur Wo Scpt.and'MrtY-TA.'ElklT k of Jfadvertiae-ment: Tbewl"thdraw' Sunday it 111 1.1 IbegnnJiuothtri, ' will enter$40,000,000 in circulation; ?erJ. tirely to Men's In ihort, (DytblnR jou ani, e ten II 11 to a tcJ 'coklnj clerk Its success since Mr. Pulitzer took tain Mr. It. E. Mcltoberts and bride on aid in the al of the $1 and $2 bills would circulation of eilvr coin. The trade dol- charge has been wonderful and shows that the evening of their return (Friday) at me near town. lar he wishes to be redeemed at a alight ad- a Western man can lay his Eastern breth- "Maples'' their handsome-hovance over ita bullion value. The aboli ren in the shade when he' a mind to. The Invitationi have been rent to all the friends tion of the internal reveuofon evervtbiAg TTorWis democratic to tho"'coreT'nnd. de of thejbrjde and groom'ynd UMsfcexjjecicd serves all the good thinga,thal il(Kqtgi,1AYe it will jbe anitleicanf affair, ,JL CT. fave diatillednpirlta Almost everybody and his neighbor in afford aufljient revenue to permit auch will tike pleisure in forwarding subscriptariff reduction as is necessirr. II de- tions to it at greatly reduced rates when this vicinity have killed hogs in the daat can and"snmlge" and parc-rlplores the refupal of naval appropriations taken in connection with this paper. " be had lor tho asking. As a consequence and makes the ubu&I denunciation of " IlHnlwnrc, IIorNu SIioum, The Attorney Gineral of Virginia has Groceries NaildlcM, -Like all other republicans be been caaghtfeharging the State illegal fees indigestion will reign in the aland for an iron, ""tfkrHrwuw. ffaatlSarW",ivfc Ur l" HiiKKy Wlieel5T.Sie.TeB, cow rees the beauty of Civil bervice re to the nmountpfftemal thousand dollars indefinite period. The tukere.wlll get a k?WGiiiioailllN, IIhthmSM TJftftTC! P QlTftrQ form and he extols it at length. He eug' andthe Auditor of Public Accounts is a rest at any rate if, any were left over from NpokcK, MGriite, gj Cider IHm, I,aMCvorA. I peeta thejremoval of the tariff burdens and defaulter to the sum of $30,000.1;;They are Thanksgiving. ItlltIM, Moueware, Corn MtcIIcrH, While tho cities are complaining of makes a good democratic argument in sap- - Mahone.Rien, elected by him and are about port of it. The recommendation that a on a pir with their master. They rode in dull business and hard Units, we do cot And as thoy aro now so well and fa- Oliver Chilled. Champion Steel andlrinley Combined Plowi, Woade-aMpension be voted for Gen. Grant seeaM tcj to power on theiflaestion of repudiating an find it that way here. Our merchants are una. crumps, ana ens ueieoraiea mayneld ElsvatortrTin xof-T- ! vorably introduced, further, advertis be H?tne nature of too"inuch cfaRood honest Slate debt and nothing better could receiving. large invoice? of good and busi inland Guttering will havo prompt attention. for tho present 5b ness is brisk. New storehouses and resithing. This country has done enonjh for be expected oi them than to ateal. 1' WcHfllliri, Hnleainen i dences are going up and everything- seems idea baa been to edticato the General and if he has not lain up Mr. Zeno F. Youjjo, owing to his phys- to indicate we are going to have a boom in tho rnasaes to a lino of goods second enough tor a rainy day be should be con" jp legis ical inability to attend to bis paper,- the business circles. fined in a prior house. Thanking the in"quaHly"Jnd none'in Amcrt Times has sold its good' will Madisonville B. Masoahas removed into!,,Xlia lature department foritaunvarrincsurtesy Icn. In doing thia tvc hare selected and Bupport, Mr. Arthur bowi himself out to the Gleaner of the same town. We re- mother's property on Paulding l',e C?1 'a l',e ,uarke- - ""' ducarde! in a manner that shows there is a great gret bath brother Young's misfortune and Mrs. Geo. It. Hardin has moved to your tfce low priced. TliQ.reiul.Hs that we dealWora in.hin thfn any one .supposed the fact that we shall erjoy.no morel for a city Col. B, Mi Bdrdett will occup, Mrs. Hardin s property. Mrs.. Alice Luek will can rarely sell a clirap. article, while when he was introducedito the country as a sjason, hie bright and crisp editorial. mo vein to the Burdett properlyVon Dan- - he, 8uccc63 pn the : good, honeit gools JJew York ward politician. , f 1 sThe Covington ..Qjaimowrdilth has a sen street, lately purchased by her. If. is testified by hundredsjot men, women official vote of the Presidential sible article advocating the establishment vills , The C. Kaulfman has moved bis law office to t DIALIM JX- . i t. t II frv Keep It up good and children now wearing election is at last annnonnced and is as of he whipping-post- . the Higginbolhom building. Drugs, Books, Stationery and Gk-fci- L follows: Cleyeland 4,007,527jBlaice 4,830,-S9- brother and try to.make it an issue in the r Positively the largest stock of Dia 8t. John 180,818; Butler 117.6S3, show- coming legislative election. Vc are al Fancy Articles. Watches, Jewelry, Silverware and the popular vote in favor most prepared to say we will not vote for monds, ing a plurality of At Musical Instruments of any house in Ken riKtlrtiOfrJratcl)r couiinJ-l- . WKb'ilcitf.i' --oI Cleveland art. U of 70,930. The increase in n man who, opposes it. tucky. iTuve'the largest slock and can aiw Tsvitui the vote of four years ago, is 775,571. of NOTES OF CURRENT' EVENTS. make you lower prices than any ' other owfckh the democrats got some seventy The father of Lt Gov. Hind man Is horise. For every $1 worth of goods you thousand more than half. In 1860, Gar-t3dbuy from now till'Jan. 1st, you get chance dead, at Columbia. The Largest Stock of Tatchfjitpks, plurality was 3,033. Texas is the Nine persons escaped from the jiil it free in a $200 Mandolin Musical Box with We' aro working for an exclusive banner democratic State having given Jewelry and Silyerwais) IG ipch 'cylinder. Renumber the place shoe trade , . m thia place ind have se Cleveland 134,855 majority over Blaine. Bowling Green Monday night.; F Tr t!Hiht 10 llil iurVt ru.w ihan The Breckenridge Club, of Lexington, J. C. Thompson' Jewelry House', 'opposite lected a line Pennsylvania leads in the Blaine column, ' Watcbrt, t Jock aol Jrjrciur :. of goods that will merit tbe Lancaster, Ky. will attend the Cleveland inauguration. . junto. 00 iaui novc ana wsirt,n)j " f 'Jutting givn him 80,759 more votes than ' r.. . y Alice Girardei and' Minnie it. The particularfobject of 'this ad Cincinnati lost 52000 on her ExposiCleveland. With 18 votes to spare in' the Gess, cf Hamilton Female College, are vertisement is to direct the attention Electoral College and a majority ol 37 tion and the guarantors have been reassess' ' visiting Miss Mamie Dunn. Miss May of the per cent. over Blaine and a popular vote of nearly ed Dave Anderson and Lee Wigginton Ferguson, of Cincinnati, is vi.itini Mitx Mventy-on- e thousand plurality, thia seems loveto be a pretty falf democnitic,country even fought in Montgomery county with shot Kate Selvidge. Miss Lucy Brown, a ly young lady of Little Rock, Ark., is the guns and both were killed, after 24 years of watching aud waiting. J. McFarland Mushet, a photographer gneetof Miss Kate Browne -- Sam Walton A couri.E of Xew Orleans girls inaugu- - from Dalkieth. Scotland, commmitted sui accompanied Mr. R. E. Mcltoberts on his xafojd a way of deajiawith their seducers cide at Lexington,;Monday.l wedding trip. J. E. Buchanan, of Mar "fiSat would eoon stop'that'growine crime if James Gillispie. Blaine is visiting his tinsville, Ind., has accepted a position with Especially to our it were genenlly followed. Under the friend Stephen Elkins, and together they T. G. Stevens. W. B. Mason will clerk promise of marriage ''they' yielded their are discussing the cauee of defeat. for J, C, Hemphill. Mr. L.be Sbarpe, a be. abandoned without nrkeiefs jeweI,-jtThe posloffice at Fountain Head, Sum- popular Lexington drummer, was here this - -- ' .; 'A any reparation, when the consequent period ner county, Tennessee, was burglarized week. Geo. Wf Uettis wai here Wednesof' maternity came around. They used Sunday bight of $500 in money-an- d stamps. day in the interest of the K. C railroad, DrufrH, IVhII I'Hpcr, lVlncf. MiiNlcnl every means of exhortation to get their Louisiana sugar planters .are frighten W. S, Ferguson has returned from CincinlteoKMf-Stiillenerjr- . CllCUlil'HlK, Iilnuor iBHtruciucRtn. ' betrayers to save their disgrace by honora- ed at the prospect oi a ratification of the nati. CitCHrM. A'OCMCt ' raliitM. PINK ble marriaRe, but the giddy dudes refused, commercial OllH. NOUJIM, 1 (timceoH, Cull cry, Jtreaty 'with Spain, which will ' PAINT LICK, GARRARD COUNTT. JLl.tlipM, 'Perfumery, Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned admit Cuban BUgar.free. Fire ArniM, AfHchtn and these were no exceptions to the rule, .. boy of Mr. Needles. A little The firm of Hill, Fletcher & Co , of Our Jen clrjr, Silverware and .iintlcal Good DepartmeHt in la Charge eft'el. for arming themselves with piatola they Louisville, Ky dealers in notions and dry Ellas Wallace was taken sick Sunday Thos. Dlcliards, who will Itcpalr fVntchea and giock Troinptlj and In (ho hart sought the men and cooly opened fire on goods ptjir. aia thelndjviSualaemb'ers.nMiBn- - morning at 11 o'clock and died that night them. One was mortally wounded and the ed for the with spinal 'disease. benefit oi creditors. e tetfeerhadhis shattered and his Mr. W. L. Barnes, of Old Paint Lick, Mr. William Gibson, a prominent manly beauty marred forever. Of course -- And substantial farmer of Madison county, is dead, of can will close out, his stock of goods at auction, tho girls will and ought to be cleared before cer of the week. He expects to travel for a stomach. He was a brother of next asy jury that could be selected. Louisville house. Cashier Robert Gibson, 'of Somerset. Mr. Tom Soper has returned from Mr. Given, of Newport, accidently jpgZT was reported faat afejlow named McGee was a candidate for mayor of Louie-vXU- dropped his II year bid sou, Marion, in Lexington, where he has been attending but as Hon. Paul Booker Beed got front of a m6ving 'car. The wheei struck Commercial College. Mr. It. H. Batson -- AND 'Jm majority for tliat ofice Tuwdarf 'he his head, crushing it and killing him it haa gone W"t on a prospecting tour. We do honestly believe that Another precinct beard from and it Tadwithdrawn probably or there was fear etantly. ! Born on the A sharper took G5 subscriptions from has gone solid democratic. fal fraud used against him. McGee posed A Full and complete HKSortmciit of Furnffurc, euthracJng ot aa reformer, but the people did not take Th"e ladies of Mcholasville ' to Dem'or'est's 3d inst to the wife of Willis Adams, Jr., G. Bennett & Barnard m erythlng from the Cheapest to the Fluent Magazine at 75 cents less 'than tho pub- two fine boys, Cleveland and Hendricks. (Suites. 2Vs Mr. Reed is a to hie kind of reformation. Mr. C. Chrisman, of Kirksville, is need to ro to the large eltlen to make your purcbaHCH, no matter olid, substantial citizen and the manner he lisher's price and that's tho last that has Ladies' Shoes, shipping his new crop of tobacco to Louiswhat quantity quality you waut, an and will duplicate ha performed other important trusts gust-anie- been heard of him. any prices yon can obtain clHewhere, freight being added. Ata The Houte committee of appropria ville. We are told that he has 250 bhds. a faithful performance of the one -a full assortment of CoffliiH, Nhronds and Robes, embracANDjatt given him. At the same' election on the tions figures that it will require $254,820, to ship, not all his own raining, however, Last Monday as Messrs. Jack and ing all the New NIvIch. both cheap and cxneuslt'e. ll'urn roau question, "Are you In favor of the sale of 707 to pay the expense of the government opponlte St, AMitpli Hotel, Stanford, Ky. spirituous, vinous or malt liquors in the during the next fiscal year. Pensions will Milton Smith were on their way home from Richmond their horse became frightrequire sixty millions, & tar?" a majority o( 5,701 voted that they The Postoffice Department cost $46, ened, ran over an embankment, upset the were. 60 Louisville will take no local opTAYLOR'S. ,,pER (Iron's Goods Both were ' 404,0G0.G5 during the last fiscal year, an buggy and threw them out. MOSS CW . . AY tion in hern. JLK-lJfcCo. ft ANUUn 1M excess of over three millions above receipts. cousiderably bruised, Milton was knocked The Electoral College, met at Fpukfort There were 11,210,543 letters registered senseless for a while. The buggy received OH AMBERSBUnO, PA. Wednesday at noon and cast the vote of and Canjput better material and more stylo no damage beyond a broken shaft. 3,089,237 postal notes iesued. Five Awards at the Lonisvillo Expoul aha State for Cleveland & Hendridts, of for tho price asked than any lino of The House of Representatives, by a tion in 1883. erarse. There were ten applicants for the eolid Democratic vote, passed the resoiu-The Insurance men now claim that gooda before tho people; and so far as ' .rff.MiuyoM r, Engine, from 2 lo 250 horse rower. San Mill, fro,,- position of messenger, that is to take the tion of Mr. Follett to investigate S.W) to the llrp-- .t the con the owners of tbe tobacco barns are having tho wearing is concerned, you buy lzi. Portntile dorr. IIGCfi wtHras to Washington, and after a number duct of U. S. Marshal LtX Wright in the them net on fire to get tbe money on their 'M'" fr0,u tl .V-Koith . Carolina . Mill " Arnna fYi Hi "VK-- l .w .T"-- ' . -. - wormi mr them at our risk every pair guaran J". "" unv lllll. iu mc .1 mating meal for table of ballota Maj. Henry T. Stanton was October election uu. .uuii for prices. Addreu WrIU policies. Hamilton county, O. in teed. 'In our medium grade stock for JBbiVj3at eboeea. Among the candidates were Col. JH.a Congress will adjourn or the holidays The ISew Jersey Electors united in GEO. D. WEAKEN, Sam. M. Burdett and Robert C. Burton. recommending Attorney General Stockton December 14, In time for the members to school and home wear wo buy nothing lifts OENERAL AOT., is worth a few hundred dollars. as a proper representative of New P. HAMTON. Tie place Jersey attend the opening of tbe World's Exposi but sQlid, reliable goods, and KNOW Tratellog Agent. V they can not be 'excelled by any Shoes BraMPOao, K SuioiiTri: 1'ca Instead of being decreased as usual our for a cabinet position, in case Cleveland tion at New OrleariB,' Near Upton, Kentucky, Taylor Phil on tho market. While wo are calling psblic debt was increased $747,124 last should determine to select a member of his lips, colored, at a dance, asked Rafe How- special atteution to theeo popular rnuitb, owing to (he heavy demands of the Cabinet from that State. increase in e Judge Wallace in the Un ited Statu ard for a quarter. Refined. Phillips, was grades, wo do not want you to lose pemion deportment. The is alarming and it ii said the present Circuit Court at Syracuse, N. Y., decided killed. Howard was then killed by Phil sight of our low priced goods, in which OoagTeM will add $25,000,000 yearly to it. the Bell Drawbaugh telephone suit fa- lips' cousin, Jim Phillips, who escaped. n Camp of wo aro overstocked. We bought them fair of Tbe -Tieeoldier vote must be bought if it takes vorably to Bell! Millions are involved. ANDDrawbaugh claimed some yearn priority. Confederate veterans was opened in Nor hoping to reach all elm sea of trade, every cent in the treasury, Both applicants were in interference. fork, Virginia, Monday night with an un- but in comparison with our solid Jew as we predicted the Illinois Some of tbe goods, with such small difference in usually large attendance. At the first opportunity, Representa Governor decided the election contest tive Willis, will offer a joint resolution pro- largest donations were from tbe Qrand Ar prico, wo havo failed to sell them. Ltman and Brand in favor of bis A Large Stock oriho followlug viding for the loan of $1,000,000 and 0 my of the Republic posts and merchants of party. But this doei not untie the tie in We do not want to keop them any longadditional for each Congressional dis- Northern cities. Oie Legislature yet as llaynes, elected as er, and if you insist on buying cheap trict for the proposed International Ag aa independent, announce! his intention of goods we will eoll them to you at One Bottle Instead of a Dozen. ricultural Exposition next fall at Louis retiag with the democrats as he really Baker Gram Drills, Buckeye'dralnDrillB, Yours, "And It look only one UUI to do It," said a wholesale prices. Tille. to that party. gentleman, ipeaklng ol Parker'i Hair Baliam. I McSherry Grain Drills, Hoosier Grain Drills, Howard Sullivan, the fiend who way. had a run of ferer and wben I got well of that my K"la-aazoThe reason that our little army of laid on a lonely road, ravished, robbed and hair brgan to fill out 10 fait ai to alarm ine. I o Harrows Champion Sulky Plows. Ohnmpion Steol Beam Plows, men costs the people over forty mil-lie- ns murdered Miss Ella Watson near; York-towknow what to do until ono day a really didn't Oider Mills, Oano Mills, Oane Mills, Evaporatorj, Feed Gutter, of dollars a year is because there are N. J. suffered the supreme penalty friend laid, 'Try 1'arkei's Hair lUluin.' What BuptgioB, CarriagOB, Surroys, Spring Wagons, Farm Wagons, about two officers to one private. Demo-teeali- u Tuesday, When questioned as to "his ob- urrrlsedne wai the bet that one bottle was &o. I expected touie'up a dozen," Clean, reform will corns In very well in this ject he said he robbed the girl "to get enough.perluuied, not oily, not a djo. Ilettoroi A few Moliiie untl Fursl ami Bradley Sulliy PIoun nt Less hluhly than matter. money to go on an excursion. original color. Cost lo cloHe out. 4 . . Stanford, Ky., December 5, 1884 'With Supplement. special correipon-dewriting from the pla'guexursed region in Knox, Bays there have been 400 Jdeaths Bell and Harland and "If I include the deaths in Bitli, Menifee, Wolff, etc., it would no doubt run the list up tu between 1,200 and 1,400, and nearer the latter figure than the former. From reports from Letcher; received here it is evident that the cwea of sickness have run up into 300 or 400 and the deaths have been about five out of ten. From information from most reliable sources and from personal observation in a trip of nearly 100 miles on horseback, I am able to state positively that ro famine exists l!nave, so far, failedHo find one Instance where any animal has died of the disease which is killing so many peo- t YEnttfhuntrJournal - W nt GARRARD "COUNT v F' 9t f Lancaster. DEPARTMENT. 1 it ' Goo'd fat hogs are telling in our mar ket at JS? ml if i DR nyujeiivii --- op- 'mr THE IffXSW DRUG- STORE Xw PROFITABLE rcatH Readinir Matter. vvfininw aiafuvf .i - s. f j. , sirs : 1 " ( v" B two-week- s b mor-monis- 1 B1EILI1 .' ni unncc-essaryJO- w-- " iHcenis, -- ?5P?fiMPi&c,lNW,lro' Cellar, "' f t eloS) TATE & PENNY r phArWacis& --- 7; EUELL BOOTS AND SHOES 'd . i.i' JEWELjERS r.w4L. ..V vev" 01' 1 " Dost-cflip- e, Itt Un iw '(PirAfSer 'wnrp k. 2-- ,' MROBERTSSTAGG LADIES Opera House Block, 1 o .Ji.i. Ladies', Misses7 & Children's Stanford, Ky., eight-year-ol- d DRESS KIDS! jaw-bon- ft, If ir k 'wmr ww W wVliiTrmT? e, School Shoes Iealei in CiuiijLture Parlor J. es lean Cacs, Williams Hoyt in Cliil jBLK?5- UStn Taylor Manufacturing rE2?c V- pen-eios- GEO. D. WEAREW", . COMMISSION MERCANT Picket-Bucbana- MANUFACTURERS' AGENT. en $1,-00- SEASONABLE be-la- sge ffOIlS: 25,-CO- O n, GEO. H. BRUCE & GO. I? MMM MMfcriWiHlwiiHiiAri'j t f rult of rocont revonuo laws and commnrclal c j bo under! ulton as soon ns you shall grant I Icctuat qualities thnt go to tha making of goon eitucns. treaties shall havo shown In what quarter tho necesory authority. Tho net of Conthosa reductions can be most Judiciously ef- gress, approved August 7, lftt!, authorised tho Our sj stoni of tax nnd tariff legislation 1 fected. Ono of thu gravest or tho problems removal to tho Unltod Htato or (ho hodle or yielding n rovenuo which Is tn oxcoss of tho which nppcal to tho wisdom of Congress for Lieutenant Comraandar Geo. W. DeUong nml present ueeds uf tho Oovornmont, Thoso Loot Document of tho Kind by his companions, or tho Joannctte Kxpcdl-tinnre elements from which it Is sought to do-solution is tho tiscertnlnmentof tho most a scheme by which, without unfavorably means of Increasing our foreign Ohostor A. Arthur. chnngtniMhc condition of tbo worklngmon, Tills removal has been successfully accomtrade and thus relieving tho depression unby IJeutunants Harbor nnd Kchuotzo. our uioruhuut marine shall bo raised from ltd which our Industries aro now languishder plished ing. The remains wero taken rrom thn grava In onroebled condition nnd now mnrkots proTho Secretary of tho Treasury ndvlsos that the Lena Delta lu March, IKK), and wore re- vided for that sulo, beyond our borders, oC A. Ne w lllortorul Count I.vv, tlip Chinese tho duty of Investigating this subject bo in- tained nt ViikuUl: until the following winter, the manifold fruits of our Industrial entertrusted, in tho first instance, io a competent tho seaon being too far advanced to admit prises. (Jurstlnn, Coinage nf Silver Dollars mid 'J hoy ThoTjiroblorn is complex, nnd enn bo solvodl Whllo fully rccogntlng tho of their Immediate transportation. commission. the Turin" Jiirllon are Among couildnraUoiis that mar bo urged against urrlvcd ntNew York Fobruari :.3tSh4, where by no slnglo mensuro of Innovation or reContithis coil isc, I nm nevertheless or the opinion thoy were received with suitable, honors. form. 'l"ho countries of tho Americanfortho-UultctUo Topics Discussed. thnt, upon tho whole, no other' would be nent nnd the adjacent Island nro TIIK OltKKI.r F.XITlllTIOS. likely to effect speedier or bettor rrnults. States tho natural market of supply Inpursuanck of tho Joint resolution of That portion of Hip Secretary's report which Congress, approved Fobrunry 13, 1IW4, 11 naval nnd demand. It is from them thnt wo should concern tho condition of our shipping expedition was fitted out for tho relief or obtain what we do not produce, or do not To tiik CON0!ir.. or Tin. Uxited Statis intercut can not fail to command your Lieutenant A. W. Greely, United States produce In sunVloncy, nnd It Is to thom that ilnco tho oloso of our last session tlio attention. Ho emphatically recommends Army, and of thn party who hnd boon en- the surplus productions of our fields, our American people. In tbo cxerclso of their mills and our workshops should flow, unthat a an Incentive to tho Investment of gaged under his command In scientific s highest right of suffrage, hnvo chosen their American rapltnl In American steamships, ut Lady Franklin Hay. Tho licet der condition that will cmiullro or favor the (Iovernment shall, by liberal payment consisted of tho steam soaler Thetis, pur- tliora in comparison with foreign competiChlot Magistrate for the four years ensuing. for mull transportation or otherwise, lend Its chased In Ungland; tho Hear, purchased at tion. Four paths of policy seem to point to When It I remembered that ut no period In active nssistnnco to Individual enterprise, bt. John's, Newfoundland, and tho Alert, this end: First, n series of reciprocal comtho country's history lm tho lung political and declares his belief that miles which was generously provide! by tho mercial treaties, with tho countries of content, which customarily precedes tho tiny that courso bo pursued our foreign Ilritlsh (Iovernment. Preparations for tho America, which shall foter between us and, carrying trndo must remain ns It in expedition wcro promptly made by tho Sec- them an unhampered movement of trade. of tho National cloctlon, been wnged with Tbo condition of thoso treaties should bo tbo almost exclusively In tho bands nf foreign- retary of tho Navy, with tho activo jrrciitcr Intonsliy, It ts forvor and ers. One phaso of this subject Is now tho Secretary of War. Commander free admission of such morchandlso as ttls subject n congratulation of especially prominent, In vlow of tho (leorgo W.Coflln was placed In command of country docs not produco In turn for admisthnt repeal "by tho net of Juno 91, IBM, tlio Alert, and Lieutenant W. II. F.mory In sion free or under a favored schemo of dunftor tho controversy ut tho polls wim ovor, and vrhllo Ilia flight ties of our product. of nil statutory provislonn arbitrarily command, of tho llcnr. by whlrh tho fsuo find been decompelling American vessels to carry tho Tho benefits of such exchango to apply on Tho Tlietls was Intrusted to Commander wa n jet unascertained, tho pub-ll- u termined malls to nnd from tho United States, as It Is Wlutlcld 9. Schley, to whom nlso was assigned thoso goods carried under tho flag of tho ponce suffered no disturbance, hut tho necessary to make provision to compensate tho superintendence, of tho entire expedition. parties to thocontract. Tho removal on both pooplo overywhero patiently niul quietly tho owners of such vet sols far performing Immediately upon its arrival nt Uppernavik sides from vessels to so privileged of all tonnwnlted tln result. Nothing could moro that service After April. 1SHS, itls hoped the tlcot began the dangerous navigation of nage dues nnd national Imports, so that tholr Mrlklnaly Illustrate tho temper or tho Atuer-Icii- u thu whole subject will recorvo early consid- Melville Hay. and In splto of- - every nbstaclo, vcssols may ply unhindered betweon our citizen, hi love of order und hi) loulty eration that will lead to tho enactment of reached Littleton Islund on Juno Si, a fort- ports nnd those of tho other cotitractlnu o to liiw. Nothing could moro signally such measure for tho revival of our mernight earlier than any vessel had boforo parties, though without infringing on the stieugth and wisdom of ourpo-lltlcchant murlno us tho wisdom of Congress tnnj' attained that point. On tho same day it reserved homo counting trndo. Tho removdevlso. Institutions. crossed over to Capo Sabine, whero Lieuten- al or reduction of burdens on tho oxportetl Tho three percent, bonds of tho flovcrn-raontt- o ant Oieelj- - nnd tho other survivors of his products of thoso countries coming within tiik Li.r.cmn 11. coi?t. tho amount of moro than $00,ouvJO wero discovered. After taking on tho benefits of tho trcntlos, nnd tho ovldouoo ypnr Imvo passed slnco n oontro-tcrs- y l.lfrlit hnvo slnco my last annual mongo been reoard tho living and tho bodies of the dead, or tho technical restrictions nnd penalties by concerning the result of a National deemed by tho Treasurj. Tho bond of that tho relief ships sailed for St, Johns, where which our Intercourse with thon conntrlea election slinrpl) called tho attention of thu Is at present hampered. Secondly, tho esIssue still outstanding amount to littlo over thev arrived on July 17. CongM1 lo iho necessity of providing moro J2d0,ao,lf), about of which will Ports- tablishment of tho consular scrvico of tho appropriately Thoy precise nnrt deliulto regulation fur counting bo retired through the operations of tho mouth, v.'ero on August J, rocclvcd at York United States on 11 salaried footing, thus perNow N. IL, nnd tho electoral vote sinking fund during the coming roar. As onAtigiHtB. Ono of the bodies atwns landed mitting tho relinquishment of consular fee, It In of tho greatest )uivorlnnco that thin thoHO bonds still contlnuo tho chief basis for at tho iorinor plsco, tho other weto put on riot only as respects vcssols under tho Naqiiocttoo be solved Im fnru contlletlug claim tho circulation of tho National llauk tho shore at Governor's Island, nud with tho ex- tional Hag, but also as respect vessels 10 tho Preslrt.iitcy shall mil n distract tho question how to avert tho contraction of thn ception of ono which wus Interred In tho Na- of tho treaty nations earning goods country, (mil I n in pursuudisl thut, hy tho currency caused by.tholr retirement Is ono of tional Cemetery, wero forwnrded thenco to entitled to tho benefits of tno trontloa. nt Iiirgn. uny of tho measures of roconstantly Increasing import nee. Thirdly, tho enactment ot measure to favor DirLOlMTlO AND CONSULAR BKnvlCl. tho destination Indicated by friends. ller tluiM fur propood would I10 preferred lo It seems to generally thnt The und conduct of this rollcf tho construction r.ud malntennncoof asteaux continued Inaction. eertuln changes nnd reductions which havo law governingbethis matter conceded from the exacts tho expedition tellects gre"t credit upon all who carrying mnrino undor tho Hag of tho United been productive ot embarrassment. Tho AT I'KACIk o tecurlt States. Fourthly, tho establishment of a population nnd commercial activity of our banks cxcesslvdeposits 11j, and that upon their contributed to Its snecoss. Our relations with all foreign pnwors conIn this, the lust of tlio stated messages that uniform cm roacy basis for tho countrlosof country are steadily on tho Increase, and nro present bond tinue to lie amicable U'lth l Iglum, n conof our ctttrcLA-notI shall hate tho honor to transmit to tlio Con- America, to that tho coined productsthrough-nnew. tar) Ing und often delicate giving rlso to marii vention him Ik en signed whotebT the scoi relationships with other countrlo. Our than Is nowl allowed may 1k granted with gress 01 tho I'nlted State. I enn not too tnincs may circulate on equal terms of priwent trinities hu tien so enlarged u to tho wholo system of commonwealths. foreign eMHblMimont now embrace nearly safetj'. I hopo that tho bill which pacd the strongly urgo on Its attention the duty of to vltift'Ui of oiihor eountry within This would rcquiro a monetary union micu double tho area of operations thnt It did Senate nt tho lut session permitting the lssuo ItKHTGltl.va OUII XAVV output the Jurisdiction of the othor ojual right mid whereby tho of America, twenty yc-iTho couCrment of or notes equal to the race vnluo or deposited 3ko. privileges. bonds will commend Itseir to U10 approval of ns rapidly a possiblo to tho high stnto of eff- ot tho bullion producing countries and tho such n service within tho limit of In thu nequlslon nnd nllcnatlon of property iciency which lomioilj characterized it. As circulation of thoso which ylold nolther gold uxpondlturo then established Is not, the House of lteprescntatlvcs. trade marts' treat) h also boon concludIn tho axpetm-- ot tho the long pence that litis lulled us Into a seuo nor silver could bo adjusted In conformity Jtsccuis to me, Innoeordauco with truo econ-oed. The war lietwecii Chill niid 1'ent I nt nil or of fancied security may nt tiny time bo dis- with tho population, woalth and commercial A community of sixty millions VVAIt tlRP intMENT end. For the arbitration of tho clalmx of needs of ench, as many of tho countrios furIn Its Inshould lie adequately tho Secretary reports n deereaso of moro turbed, it is plain that tho policy of strengthAiiicrtvnn oltUoiu whn. during It coutlnu-nnrcommon Tho tercourse with foreign nations. A project for than JCi'MoiA. ot which reduction JWuo.ouu ening this arm of tho sorvico is dictated by nish no bullion to tho our mines stock.mints and suffered through thP act ot tho of econoinj- - nnd of u Just surplus production of tho reoignultuUon of tho Consular scrv ice and wus elfcctid In the expenditures for rivers Chilian mithorlUen, a mum-iitlomight thus be utilized and ti step taken tort soon ho for recasting tho scheme of extra territorial nnd harbor, nnd Ji7JtUi0O In expenditures rcgnrti ror our nituro tranquility ana or truo ward tho general romonetlzatlon of silver. nuriitJntetl. JurlMllttlou Is nnvr beforoynu. If tlio limits tor tho Quartermaster' Deportment. Out- appreciation of tho dignity und honor of tho The state of Inutilities lictwocu To the accomplishment of thoso ends, so of 11 short session will not allow Its full con- ride nf that department tho animal expenses ltejiubllc. fnr a they can bo Attained by ropnrato Tho report of sideration, I trust j 011 will not fall to tnako or nil tho Armj iiureau proper, except, posHArr. Annii"A. treaties, tho negotiations already concluded stiltublo iroiWiou for present needs of tho sibly, the Ordinance liurouu, aro substantialrnntlnne tn be an embarrassing feature of Tiin rosnt ASTEn orsehal and now in pi ogress havo beon directed, and service. our rlaMnrti relation. The Chinese Governly llxcd uburges which can not be materially Hl'lMHIl .NTI!.!KH you with tho It has Iieou customary todoflno In tho ap- diminished without change in tho numerical ncqunlnt the pottal sen present condition nnd the favor with which this enlarged polioy has ment ha )irmplly inljiulwl iiihI nht thu nnd their natum! tnarkr t lutliet'nltixl ftnte dNcIot-otho it warrants propriation acts tho rank of each diplomatic strength of the army. Tho expenditures in need of tact that tlio Ico. of rcvenuo from thus fnr been received ero long tho bollot ohilnn of Amerloin c!Ut n wlinve iroH letl to the adoption. In lnnunrv last, or grutlfj aig will erty w ngniemtint lonklngtu that ervl Thl ofllce to which snlnry I attached. I sug- tho Quartermaster's Department tun readily tho reduction In rnto lo letter postage, ns that Its operationcouutrlos of this cmbrnco all, dotroyixl lit Him noent tlM or hemisphere. or nearly nil, tho nt ('Ktitnn. I rem-THKrc inent has since been superceciml b) u gest that thl course be abandoned nnd that bo subjected to administrative discretion the r.f .miincmlatlim recommended In my message Doeembor, It is by no moans desirable, howovor, that lf myliut shudkI niivtfagii tlmt the Cuntoti innroearefullv framed nnd cniui tehenilva It bolelttothe President, with the advlco nnd it I rt potted by 1110 Secretary of Wur, lis.', nnd effected bj the act of of Mutch 3, 1SSJ, tho policy under consideration should bo iimemMty fund he relurnol to (lilim. Tho convention, whli-- I shall sulmilt to the hen-nt- and consent of the Penato, to llx from time that as 11 result of exercising ouch discretion has lieen much less than was generally antito those countries alone. Tho honltn-- 1 inio Intwprututuiu ot tiio roctmt with for nppnivnl; It ha been t'ie aim of thl to time the diplomatic grade of the represen-tutlvo- d lu reducing tho number of draught nnd pack cipated. M- - recommendation of this reducul enlargement ot our trade with Kuropo, of this (iovernment nhioad a may animals In the army, thu annual cost of blip- - tion that country livrnilUliuc tho rrtrlctTon of negotiation to open suoh a fa on d reelpro-en- l based tho belief thui tho Asia and Allien should bo sought by reducThlUfe lmwlgiiitl n l nkrly to ! imnlii the exchange of production cnrtxl under st't'in advisable; provision In lug doflnltelj nnd caring for such animals Is now actual fulling off in receipt-- ' from letter o ing tariff burdens on such or tholr wares as u U)t Hf I,10,Obu.(u Jess than It whs in ltx. delltMimUoiw. It iiihv tm the ting of either eountrr, ns to muke the niide, however ns now, for tho amount of for the j ear immediately succeeding tho neither wo nor tho other American States soirfonh' niienUoiioil wliotlmr thu alututu Intoreourvo botweon I ubii unit Porto illeo salary utlaehid to thu respective stations. change of rate, would bo ffl.uuo.OM. It ha nre llttcd to produce, and thus enabling ourIXptAX QUKSTION. Tlio condition of niul ourselves scarcelr hs liitltiintethan thu pat Mil at the InU njlon tli not 1,273 000. Tins Is n trust-wortTho reports of military commnndors nhow proved to bo onlj thut tho rcvenuo will soon selves to obtain In return 11 bettor commf reiul moemeut between our domesouii nNANCSfl indication VIOttTH TIIR THKATr UlftllT our supplies of lood, of tic pints, ami to Insure n removal or tho bur- and theopentlotior tho tnrlous broncho that tho last jear has been notable for Its bo retored to Its former volumo bj natural mnrket for und of tho manufacture raw materials, In of oertHin (liln.'im who Uftthln country with dens ou slopping tn tho Sintsli Indies, .if of the public Indian Increase of sealed correspondence service which nro connected freedom lromof the outbreaks. proclamawo excel. It ccm to mo thnt many whleii return rertlttele vilil 11 niter theoM IkkhiuI In defiance In C10 Fisldont' our shin owner nnd shin 1 confidently repent, thercroro, tho of the embmras'Ing elements In tho groat now peem to lieih'lmrrwl Irom Inrvdliig from xnnters Imvo minrteuhnd cwuo tncotaplitln. with tho Treasure Dopartmwit nre very tully tion or Jul) 1. 14. certain lntiudci sought disco d ill the rejiort ot the Socrctarj-- . It to make settkmenU in the Indian Toirltory. of my hut annual message, National conflict between protection nnd lnok of ci'rUncNtv nxjiilrol l ttie new Thu or revenue thus bo turned neHt purehaMMi lir the I 'nit ( I !laie of it n The iK'Hotlatioii the the contention has lor Hppeuii that the ordlnari' lhni, vere: fortho They were promptly removed by a detach- thut single rnto postage tipou diop letters bo frce-frai'- that may roionuo may bo to gooa actime pr" I'litlou of certain tlstal ended Jiitie.JJ, reduced to 0110 cent wherever paymont of count, reduced bo the larga tmilltur Hwt hi retffro urnler I lie l!il-ne- clHttit or our cttuen which were declfil ment or troop. TO two cents Is now requited br law. Tho ns no longer tn ovi rtax the people, that protlW,OST, FroiBPiisfoiu Aimt 1iri omM nililv enlmiKi-- l our to be without tho iiirls.liitlon of thu late From lntnrmil llevenno I'Cnt.ir Ml'SlTM. double rate Is only exacted at oulccs whuio tective duties may bo retained without belili,073 51 During '0amTlal imiMirtuiveo in tho KaM. In view Clnlin liiu.iiilsivii. und From all otheraoareos the past session or Congros, n bill tho carrier j stain Is lu operation, nnd it ap- coming burdonsome, that ourshlpplng Inter31,8iil.:u; li". of the larxe nuniW'ror i tMiU built or pur Sliunlsh Aineriean tihleHarp therefore to illplomAtic to provide a suitable tlropioof building for pears thut at these ofllce the Increase in tuv ests may be judiciously encouraged, tho cureliHtiuel ror iiillusttnent. ehel by Ainerlean pltlrn Irr other 1C AiS.ftl9,M the Army Medical Mtititn and tho Library upon local lottors defrays the cost not only rency Axed on n firm basis, and nbovo all, Total ordinary revenues vtulurhi4'eiHpki)nl In lualllaiato will The siiwl) The public expenditures during the same of tho Surgeon (leneml's ofllce. received tho of Its ovv 11 collection und deliver, but of tho such esan unity of interests trnfflv lietween forelKii port-- i uiHler the now bo in god scttlninent of the claims by this lioveinnient. period worn: approval of the A similar bill collection and delivery or nil other mall mat- tablished among tho Statos of thn reooimlfrod pmtoftliin nf mir rtair. It might ho Nenitlntlon furs trcnti of enminerelnl re- - For civil oxpons rnv (iUjiUnor ;i to the House of llopresen-tutiv- o ter. This is nn inequality that ought no American system ns will bo of great and. "roll to pruvblu a uulfonn lain for their elpmeity with tho Uamlub-oIlepubllo hnvo by one or Its committee, is still peud-In- g longer to exist. ljaKUftt ;m even increasing ndvantngo to thom alL All fo thnt the Nina beiui siiLcewifiilly t'liucludi'd, hih! thu result For foreign intercourse 1 approve tho H,4T4,:i0il 21 before that hodj'. For Indian rccommondntlon of tho in tho line ot this policy which havo ndo iinuierly light of our oilueim therein will slmrtlj be laid the Sonnto. It Is hoped that during tho coming session Postmaster General that tho unit of weight In treaties For pi nsloii 55,taiaao tho measure mny boon negotiated, or aro In process of negotiaAhull Uo ilu I) ami pnH)it'uard' Certain nunsitnns boteen tho United l'or the military establishment. s matter should bo tion, contain a provision deemed to bo rcqul-stt- o become a law, and here- thu rii'.ing of xl. States nud the ounce, us It Including river nud harbor after immediate step mny bo taken to u one ounce instead of one-hal- f under tho clause of tho Constitution, limto tho advlceof the Sonntn nt tho orroMAX luiriiir. now I. In view of tho statistic furnished iting to tho House of Hoprcentatlves tho re n place ot safe deposit for theto valuImprovement nnd arsenals.. 39,4K,G0U 00 Jnn elon, I riwngn ji the ling of Ihn by tho Dopiirtmontlt mny well bo doubted still remain unsolveil rouiiihtint In bnhnlf For the nnv nl estiibllshuient, Inable collectlou, nuvv in a stilt oof to originate bills raising revonuo. A"lutl"n. nroldlng In mi doing w hether the chuugo would result In any cluding vessils. los On tho 2lth ol February for I transmitted to last uny projiidgniuiit of conHlct 111 Inrrltorliil ofourelflreus are not satlriietorlly ndjii't-cil- . ItlVUtH AND IIAItUOHB. Tho I'orto ha sought to wlthohl fiom of revenue; that It would girutly prornoto tho Conrgess tho first annual report of tho nnd Improvement at nuvy Imclnlim In thnt region 8lihejiielillv. In The funds with which I beyond 1702,001 U provement of river andtho works fortho the right or fmortM tnnit. Civil Scrvico Commission, togothor with a the expreed wti of thef'onrrii, ourcutninetce wo nro entitled by ctisting Forard harbors woro prose- tho convenience of the public oxpendl-tureto which communication from I appoliiUid a oooiuiuivial aguut fur Uiu Cougo mi-n- t of several cuted during tho pnt j'cnr wero derived lately Tho tree dolivery systoin has been executivo departmentstho head Govornmont applied to llvo cltlos, and tho public buildconventional stipulations, and tho revision of tho Ilatln. from tho iippropriatloii of tho net of August totnl number of olllces Ih which it respecting tho practical workings of tho or the tariff Is uunreomplUrmt. ings, llfht houses and collectlav Tnr. roNdo orriTinx. lbr., together with such few balances us Is ono Tlio final illsoiiloii of pending questions 3,IXD,T10 00 ing tho revenue Tho ImportiiicooMlierleb ppmrectlro trndo woro on hand from previous appropriations. and now lu operation Is shows hundred undor which tho commission hod beon noting. llfty-ntnKxpcrionco with Venerue'ii ha not as jet been icauhed, For expenditures mi aeuount of that its Tho good results therein I isl have of the Congo Vnlk'y lm Tlio balance in tho Treasury subject to requi- ndqptlon under proper conditions is equally lo thernemlron. but I have good reason to expect an earlv the Illstrlrt of Colnmbla . ,. n.r;.ru9 been moro thnn realized. The systoin has ro. 1, rlctloii thnt It khould lie ix'ii lo all nntinn adon accommodation to and wjl provide For Intercut 011 4i sition July nst, was $io,ui,fio fully answored tho expectations ot tiion equal term. An International eonfer-pnr- o seltlenient, whluh Caracas nwnnltho mean of For tlio tlliiktug the public debt. The nmount appropriated during tho fiscal vantage to tho postal tho public It Is an tocxamlnliig the moro Its frionds sorvico. In Fund scouring competent In for th" ciulipnitlou of thm nuhject wiut year, lt4, wus Jl.MtUtt-l- K.', and the nmount than wllh thoexpres-eund for tho reasons nnd falthlul publlo and In protectenlleil tiy the lEuiperor or Germany and In now which will recoguhto desire or Congress nnd tho Treasury during tho fiscal urged bj the Postmaster General mny prop- ing tho appointing servants, of tho Governlrom Total ordinary expenditures.. JSXMHtUKi Kl drawnwas JJST.7ffl .'4. leaving ft balance of the Justice or curtain officers In MKskin ut lletiln. IMegntcN nre In utten-donagainst Vuuczuolu. llio leaving surplus of Ji7.tn.Xl irj jour 011 twhnlf o' the Itulted Slutiii. (If tho claim and InthoTrcii'urj- - subject to requi- erly bo extended. It Is thu opinion of thnt ment from tho prcssuro of personnl ImportuCentral South American Commission, apAs compared with the preceding Uscalv ear, JA.lt2,5SU.Kl 1, 1NM Tho Secretary of Wnr sub- officer that it is proper to provide means nity and from tho labor of examinlnir the rmulU of thocoureruiicoyou will ha duly ad pointed by uuthoritv or thn net or July 7, there wu .1 net decrease sition July of ov er fl.UW.CU) In mits tho report of t hlct of Fuglttccru as to vvhcieby exceptional dispatch lu dealing sclalms and pretensions of rival candidates yel. Oovernment with letters In free delivery offices tnaj- - bo for public emploj ment, Tho lnw has had tho expenditures. rriio of Oirea hn gnneroiuly IhS4, will soon iirupocd lo .Mexico It has boon tho amount ofless than those Tho aggregate tho practicability or were fnrnlsheil with Instructions, which will bo secured by paymont of extraordinary post- unqualified support of tho President nnd of of tho pruvious aided tho effort of tho I'nltcilrltntort Mlulatu'r laid age. orn iMroiiTAjrr cities might bo mado tho heads of the soveral departments, and This schcnio n state(M Ui,ua. The falling to tocurc ixiltiihlu piLinli'e for the lino of J ment before ou. Thev contnln (lovern-inen- t year b about customs mnde up nearlyotf of on or tho ixillcy of tho revenue from tho seaoonrd bj fortitlentions and other etrectlvo by employment or n special stamp the commission, members of tho ton it'iiniiiiii .n inr ifiiiiiiiion OI for enlarging its commercial Interof this de'Jclcnoy, and about tSl.fOJ.WXJ dofouses ablo to repel modern methods or at- tho cost of which should bo commonsurnto hnvo performed their dutlos with zoal and wllh HiiHtern iiatlom ilcniiind with American Mate. of tho remaining was due to the dlmlulshod tack. Tho time ha now come when such de- with tho expense of tho extra sorvico. In fldelltv. Their report will shortly bo subthat tho logallou prt'iiiikea ho ownol by tho courseCommissioners have been netlvelv The receipts from internal taxation. fenses enn bo prepared with contidcnco that somo of tho largo ciUe privato express com- mitted, nnd will no nccomnauled by such rvpro-ienlI potror, udvlno thnt holding Tho ."eeretarj- - estimates the total receipts they will uot prove abortive; mid when tho panies havo undertaken to outstrip tho Gov- rccommondatlons for onlnrgfng tho scopo of for an nppronrlnlloii ho mndo for confi rence their respontflhlo task by In their principal cities with fortho tlscnl j car, which vrlll ond JunolW, postdblo result of delay In mnkin such ernment mnll curriers by affording for the tho existing stntuto ns shall commend tliom-solvtho nciiulKltlou property by of Oil to tho Executivo nnd tho Commission, the. fl eniiiii'iit. Tho VnltM State ulready merchant nud other interested lu Co lit nil lt. nt T.Clii,ttO.Uoy, and the total exivoiidlturcIn- proportttlnn I sorloiislj considered, delay prompt transmission of letter bettor f acuil.tt.tiJ.MI lfl. In which aro included tho and ikiuth Ainrrlcnu trade. seems luexcusahlo for tho most Important ties than hava hoietofoio been at the com- crs charged with its administration. lit w4ra-M- i rnlualile nrenihien ut Tnnglor, n a terest on the debt nnd thu amount pnynbloto cities, thoso whoso destruction or capture mand of tho In view of the general and persistant deVKHItllAV rOMKKnr-.NCKrtft rrnm tho rultnn of Morrceo. A I It husalwavs been tho policy of tho Gov- mand throughout tho commorcial communtho tlluklng l"u ml. This would leave a sur- would bo a national humiliation. Adcuuato Thn International MnrldUin Confercncn, lutoly receUeil n utal.il hiireuflerthpy dofenses, inclusive of run, nnv be made by ernment to discourage such enterprises, nnd ity for n ilnillnr girt from the HIiiuipho (Inrcrninciit. lately convene! lu Washington upon the In- plus for the entlie ear of about f."K,0iiO,uj0. o,JO0,(M0, a sum in no better mode can that pollov bo mainfrom the f Thetloveininont of .lnpan ittnnd nuuly to vitation of tho (Jovenimcnt of tho Cnltcd Thovaluoof expoits during thoI'nlted State the gradual expenditure of enemy NATIONAL nAXKHUPT LAW, to foreign countries ycurondlng much loss than a victorious could levy tained than lu supplj Ing the publlo with tho pre-eto tin cxlentlvo ground nt Toklo States, wn composed of rcpreseutatli cs from Juiu-Ui- , that the differences ltw. was us fellows; Domcstlo mer- as u contribution. An nppiopriutlon of about most clllcleut mall scrvico that with duo re- I hopo hnvo hkhertc prevented of sentiment nations. whereon to oreot 11 miltnhlo building for U10 tuent-thltsonactmcnc of that amount Is asked to begin gard lo its own be"' ''itcrcsts can bo furnish- which outlast the preont sosslon. legation, (ourMiouio and Jiill: nnd lm The conference coneliideil It labor on tho chandise. $?'4,!iM,No: foreign merchnndlso, mav not J1.VHH.7H7: total men hand Ibe, J740.513.C0U; tho worV, nnd I concur with tho Sccietnry of ed for 1(3 accomodation. llnr privilege , cms prohnhly ho secured In 1st of November, having with suhtnntlal fpeelc, M7,1U Tho pestilences which, for tho past two c tl'-'- t Thn Attornoy General ronows tho recomTotal exporis of niurobau-dis- Wnr.In urging it bo granted. Thnownlngof Biichprcin-l- e iiunnlmltv agreed upon tho meridian nf China inn) beon raging In tho countrios and speclo, (f07,CPl,trc'. juovvnr jjppniiuicni is proceeding witu mendation contained In his ronort of last yenr. has recently mado Its apponranco of would not only effect 11 lurga fating of Oieenwlch as tho starting point, win nee lonIn Therottiin nud cotton manufactures In- tho com crslon of smooth boro guns year touching tho fees of witnesses and tho Uut, ports, with which we aro in conthe proaent runtn', but woul iiermlt of tho gitude Is to be computed through IN) degrees cluded In this Ho favors radical changes In tbo fee Kuropean fdiitcmiut were valued lining tho former tilth juror. due of extra territorial right lu eastward nnd westward, and upon thn adop- fawuUlfl, the broudsturfs nt J1&',M4,7K. ut if by which tho stant communication. Tho then Secrotury the f'.bcsof foiged or of colled wrought Iron bill, tho adoption of n thoio couiitiio, und would tho hotter servo tion for nil purposes for which it mm bo provision nt of tho TreiMiiry, lu pursuance of n, to maintain the dignity of tho fulled Plate, found convenient, of n universal day wb.li h nt $47 MH.24S. fU4.lltI.r47. and tho mineral oil Titty guns will bo thus converted with tho nttorneyo und Marshals of tho United States proclamation of tho President. Issued gears, Tin, however, docs not obviate tho snnuiu uo compjusnicii solely uy sniurles, Tho failure of Congress to mnko nppropriii shall begin at midnight on tho initial meriregulations During the onmo period tho Imports were necessity of providing means ror tho con- and tho erection by tho Government of 11 certain prohibiting restricting and for a tJon loroiir repreeiituilnn nt tho Antnnu-moil- dian, nnd whoso hour shall bo counted from tho importation of tlmo Tho formal report ns follows: Merrhuuditc, JGGT,Ui7,oiG; irold struction of gun of the highest power, both ponltentlnry for tho confinement of offendCourt of tho KIhmIIvo hn proved a xero up to twenty-fou- r rags and tho of hnggngo of immi(prions embarrnsiuient In our lntercouro of the transaction of thl conference will bo nnd sliver, J'R,49l,at!; total, JTftl.bSl.Hjti. for tho purposes of coat defense nnd fortho ers against its laws, of tho varied Govern- grants nnd ofadmission arriving from infecttravelers Xloro than ttl per rout, of tho entire value urraiimout of war voi-ol-. mental concerns In charge of tho l!gynt. nnd In view of tho noeosnry hereafter transmitted tn Congress. thl courso mny have boon ed quarter. Tho report of tho Gun Foundry Hoard, apThis riovcrnmciit Is In fitvpicnt receipt nf In- of Imported Merchandise consisted of thu ordlplouiatiorehitlomhlp duo to tho INTEItlOn nEI'ATlTMEXT. without strict tvarrnnf of law, I approve tho tinrllclpntlou of thl (loveiuuiiMit asonoof vitations from foreign Mates to participate in following articles: Sugar nud molasses, pointed April 2, lhtfl, in purNuuueo of the net Tho roport of its Secretary of JIi.tM'.,74; wool and woolen manufactures, of March . IMA, wn tmninltted to Congress teresting summary. Amongpresents nn In- recommendation tako tho presont Secrotury n tho treaty power In nil mutters of JHTKHNATION.U. KXIIIDITKINK. the topics action in tho premises, that tho Congress ?,'l,M-,-.silk and It manufactures. HO.iMH.. In a special mpsago of February H, lSi4. 3 n thorn nifcctlng tho rlghtn of ofton of great lnterot und Imporlnnco. particular attention I refer jou to nnd I recommend the immediuto adoption of ls; coUce. t4'J,0Ml,,ir"i; Iron und steol nnd m to tho called attenforeigner. I advUo tho restiirntlon or tho will bo llkoly to ward off Oooupyingns wodo, nn advanced position manuructurcs thereof, ?tl,4(K,M: cheiulcaU, tioninebsuiro of March ill, lNv,l of tho Hoard hU observations respecting our Indian af- such measures ngenoy und Consuhite (ietieral ftt Cairo onjta recommendation and timber culture tho droiidcd epidemic, nnd to mitigate Its the that tho (lovcrnmont should encourage tho fairs, tho former bnsls. 1 do not conceive It to bo tho In tho world's production, nud ulmlng to in j:u.iCA,U0; tlux, hemp. Jute und llkosulJRtaiiee acts, companies to case it shall unhappily extend to a profitable shnro or of CongTos thnt tho Culled Htntos tho general compctltlvo our Industrie n nnd iuaniilucture llieieor, Ml,40;iJE)S; cotton production of privato steel woiks of tho re- tako tltlo failure of railroad tho Govern- Fovorlty, in wlh to lands grunted by innnuf.ii-ttirit uinrket. nnd of cotton, f.VHl,41,47il; quired material for heuvy cannon, and thnt ment, nud tho operations of tho Pension our shore. report of tho Commissioners of ilhiiuld withdraw altogether fniui tho honor, matter Tlio annual of serious concern that tho want bide nnd sklus other than fur bhlns, two (Iovernment factories, one lor tho nnny Otlloe, thu Patent Oltlco, tho Census Iiureau tho District of Columbia review tho operartble. poltlon thev huvo hit hertn hold with ro menu for participation In these und nuo fortho nuvy should bo established for and the Iiureau of L'ducutlon. Allusion has speet to the Khcdivi, or thnt citizens of thl of hlbttlon so tions of tho several departmouta of Its mushould et our producor often I concur with the Secretary of IhoTrensury tlio of Ilepubllo ivsldliignr sojourning In Jlgypt material. from advantages enjoy In ricouunendlng thu immediate cuspcavlon No fabrication Ing iruns from such board was been mndo ulrendy to tho clrcumstnuco that, nicipal government. action hut been taken tho shoiihllhorraftcr bo without tho aid and 1 usk ns both dIOercut Indian of Its sugJ luring tlio jour enref ultoconsideration especially subsequently reconvened to determine tribes and between of n oointietout represenlativo. CHlbythosool other rountiio. Congress was of thu coinage pf ns legislation, nud year tho attention of moro tully tho plans and estimate necessary the white, tho between Indians beon gestions In respect as relate to n revision of With corI'mncn sn.v:n noLians tho traditional commending such past year has Irnwn to thn formal Invitation In thl rulutlonhlp dial Tho contlnuos. in. mil Information which penc". In this circumstance tho Civil and Criminal Codo. tho porforraanco tendered by tho (lovernments of Kng-nn- nnd of tho Issuance of silver pertlflcntos. iur vitrrjleecirod nn recuiiiinciiuiiiiiiu. Indicates one of unbroken glud It IIAIlTIIOt.nr PTATt'K tho President Is to llnd Justitloatlou for of labor by persons sentenced to iraprisou-menti- n Holland, llelglum, Oernuuiy and Aus- This Is a matter to vvhloh, in former commu- thnt has thero nro responsible steel u nf I.llicrtv enlightening tho World, tho tho jail, the construction nnd occuThe executive has in some Instances nication, I hui e more than onco invoked tho turers in this country vvho.'iilthough manufac- il t Impolicy of tlio Government lu dealing with tria. not gift of tho peoplo of Kruneo, Is along confirmation of nnd attention of the N'Htloiuil Legislature. It Honorary nppolntod Commissioners. with the necossary plant, are willing to the Indian wquestion and In expressed in his pation or wharves sultablotho river front, Distn reach Now Vork In Mny noxU I This Is, the vlows lilch weie fully building for Hint annually for tho past six years tho erection of a 11 however, most kiiggest thnt Congressional ncUon bo takpn thero have been coined, In compliance with construct the same ntid to umkQhlds lor con- first communication to the trict offices. expedient. for tracts with the Government lorthesupply of Congress, Tho Secretary uigei uiievv tho in icliitlon to tlio spirit wlilch ho prnmpttHl soino provision to meet tho neccssnrj-withoutg requirements or the uct or Fcbruury - worh-In, 1878, recommend that In recognition of tlio emitho requisite material tor tho heaviest guns this gift, nnd In uld of tho timely completion twcntj--eveexpenses of million sllvcrdollars. adapted to modern warfare. If guarantee enactment of a Matutc for punishment of nent feitico of Ulvsse S. Grunt, lato Genera) commission. It can pedestal upon n hlcSi It to boplucod. liltloor nothing in bohnlr of exhibitors.cfft more than of tho The number now- outstanding. Is reported order of nutHclont magnitude, accompanied orlmo committed ou Indian Itoservations, or tho Annie, or the United States, and twice An Our relations with Oermnny, a country und iccommends tho passage of the bill now President or this Nation, tho Congress confer by tho Secretary to be v In to which contributes toourown soinoof tbehest International Invention Kxhlbltlon coverbo butllttlo moro than nourl JlS6,(Xl,00U, when n jhisIUvo appropriation extending over n pending in the House ot for upon him a oultahlo pension. In J lo.OJO.oo.), or leas than serioi of years shall bo inado by next:Muj will n olcmcnln of cltlrenshlp, contlnuo to bo cor- held of London importance, Thl In which our twentj'-twfield percent, are In actual olrculution. Congress idl doubta as to tlio IciibI-blllt- y tho purchase or u tract ot is, 000 sou aro mile und I nm certain tluit of tho measures tlmt seem Tlio Unltod Stiiteii havo extradition country special n foremost rank, dial. tvoiu Uiu Sioux lleervutlou. lluth tho.io to mo necessary nnd expedlont I hv now. in or this ruet seems to me to holds but tho Kv furnh,!i of tho plau licintf thus romovod r treatlrii with several of tho CiPrinan Hrap. ecutlvois, at presont. powcjless to organize Tho mere existeuco cogent argument fortho remeasures uie worthy or approval. of itself u obeyanco to tho Constitution, recommended my recommendation that such action ho 1 concur with him also In ndvhlng tho hut by reason of the confederation or those n proper representation of our vast Natlouul peal nf the stntuto which has made such fact your adoption. In respect or others of (Jovorn-inenby Congress Htntrs under tho Imperial rule, tho law, tho ciiuetmont for less Importance IAs of tho possible. Hut thoro aro other and graver taken to const met us will enable tho upon t in Minll content myself with no Its oidnunco of urh treatlei Is not nn iinl Interests In this direction. I hnvo considerations that tend in thn sumo own territory, and its own provldo the nrmu-mo- of statutes resolving the present legal com- renewing the recommendation already mnde noveral previous messnge so to form and comprehensive an tho Interest of lapsrd grants to railroad to tho Congress without restating the grounds hi conIt wins to me demanded by considerations of na plications touching tho two countries require-- I pronoso, thoro-for- statute to thl subject Kxicutlve generalthat a direction. The Secretary avows and tho tho companies, giving to tho viction that unless thl coinage distional safety and honor. Thoropoit of tho tno several and tho funding of uuuordobt of upon which such rccommcndatloua wero to open tiegotlntlous for a single sueu raeiuc raurouus of silver eerillUutes bo subiianded, Secretary of thu Navy exhibit. tho cretionary authority to accept biich invitaguaranty us shall effectually Insure Its ulti- baed, preservation or forests on the publlo doOONVKNTIOtf Of RXTRADtTIOir Is likely ut no distant day to bocoiao tions nnd to nppolnthonnrurv commissioners silvor Tho progress which hus to ombraco nil tho territory of the omplro. It without salary and placing nt the disposal of our solo motalllu standard. Tlio com- tho now steel cruisers been tuodo on mata puj incut. main, tho grantliigor government aid for popauthorized Tho roport of tho mercial disturbance and tho impairment of the acta or August B, 1HKG and March 3, IbX), bj ntTonlH mo pleiuiuro to say that our Inter, tho Secretary of Ktato small fund for ular education, the amendment of the Federal or UTAH COMMISSION their reasonable expenses, would bo the National credit that would bo thus occa- the tour vessels under ooutruct one, tho course with Orcnt Ilrllnln continues of 11 Constitution tn a to mnko effective tha disapsioned can scarcely bo overestimated. I Chicago, or 4,fUl tons, is moro than halt Unlsh-ed- : will be read with llitorest. It disclose the proval bv tho President of particular ltius fa most friendly character. Tho Oovernmout of great public utility. of Hawaii tins Indicated Its willingness to HThe (lovornmeiit has recelvod offlrlnl notice hopo tho Secretary's suggestions respecting results of recent legislation looking to tlio impropriating bills the enactment of statute) tho Atlanta, 8,000 tons, bus been continue for seven years tho provisions of that the rcvlHed lutrniitlonal regulations for the withdrawal from circulation of the one fully launched, and her machinery ts success- prevention and punishment ot poljgainv in in regard to tlio tilling ot vacancies In Presidollar and two dollur notes will receive j our tting; the ltoiton, also or U.noo tans, isnow fi- that Territorj-- . I still bcllovo that if that dential office, and tho rietennlnlnvr ofvoxed treaty. Much con. prorcutiup tho existing ready nbominublo practice can approval. COI.MSlONfl' AT BHV. questions respecting Presidential Inability, ttniinncc In view of tho relntlons of that bo for launching, and It Is likely that n considerable portion of steamer of 1,000 tons, I tlio Dolphin, dispatch law It cun only bo by tho mostsuppressed byu are incusureH which may Justly receive your country to. tho American rvhIcui of Btatos, havo been ndoptcd by nil tho lending marl-tlm- o radical ready for delivery. the silver now encumbering tho vaults of tho should In my Jiidgiiinnv ho fuvorcd. consistent with tho ioltiilnU ot tho sorlous considerations powers except tho I'nlted Htntes, nnd Treasury might Certain advorse criticism upon tho thus llnd its wny luto tho Tho revolution In Ilm tl against lhoetnb-llsho- d enmo Into force on the 1st of September last. As tbo time draws nigh when T am to retire constitution. are discussed by of thes I uvfiiln lecommend. Oovornmont ha tonnlmittxl. Whllo It For tho duo protection of our shipping In- currency. While tmilodollurH hnvo ceased Secretary, whocruisers thut the correctness tho that Con- from the nubile servIo(. I din not refrain Insist of gress assume absolute therefore, control of from expressing; to the members ot National was lit progress It heamuo neci'ssnry to ou terest tho provision or our statutes should for the present, nt least, to bo an clement of tho coneliHlons reached by tho Advisory political Legislature with tvhoui I havo beon disturbance tn our cut roue) system, lloiml und forco our noutrullty Jaws by Instituting pro- nt oiico bo brought Into conformity with activeprovision by tho department ha boon de- tho Territory of L'tah, und provide tor tho Into porson-i- l and ofllelal lutercnurGo. brought soma should bo mndo for their hnr My ceedings ngnlnst Imllthlunls nnd vessels these rcgulntluus. appointment of a commission witli such monstrated by rccci.t del clopmnut 111 In siNcnmt ArwtuciATiox chnrgeil with tholr Infringement. Governmental powers us In Its Judgment The question of securing tiro authors, cum render totho (Iovernment.thoyvlowof tho eir nlm)!id. Ilie muehlnery which cuiiistaucos underflltnt tluvp kutsn wcro coined iloutilo turretcd monitors, I'urltau, of tho may Justly nnd wisely bo put Into Hielr of their unUIUng courteous nnd of their harworo lit nil cases Tlieiii jirosccutlons posers and artists Tentu- hands. unit nf tins rtitt aioonM V.n.1 n monious with tho executive In so Jluch nnxlety has latoly been In thu cause of communicanuviLKOEg legal tender., qunllt. then, should ' "Anjl'Wti1l!j. wMrtorvrtorJhong tion roferonco has moro this, once boon many measures calculated to prornoto the by various Huropean Oovcrnments, .... ..u.. ... mndo to tho policy of this than In this lu for no onoroii tor 1 icin oiuv a miitit advance "u as best interests of tho Nation, and to my follovr especially by tho (lovcrnmont of Italy, abroad,country thatreturnJustlyicolprociil right nnd Is ono may challeugo vo in- over tin Ir bullion value. The focrctarv In No work bus been donn during tho past ycur tetania tho oxtcution of our Government citizens generally I noknowlcdgo u deep sonso forthonholltlonof our Import dutlos upon necessary apt hut convention It of obligation for tho support which thoy Imvo works of nit. HI troll to consider wliotlinr attention. for Is trueaccomplishing this will be thocourtnof hi report considers tho pro- oiniieir nnuor,AinriiiCKOt tno (ho Monad, fourth monitor, propriations. rOlll'.Kl.V TlMUK. fully result, priety of b .unifying the design of our accorded mo in my tho proscnt dlsoiimlnatlon In favor of pro- necessary nook, still remnlu uiitliibhed at thu Nuvj but untircongre shall by statute flv tho Jt socms proper to decline tho general prin- ecutivo Department administration of tho Exsilver coins and of so Increasing their or tho Government. ductions or to which foreign holders of copyright weight that they mill bear their duo ratio of Ynitl In Cnllfornhi. ciple thnt should, lu 111) opinion, uuderllo AMERICAN AttTIRTS AllltOAn CIlKSTim A. AUTUUU. Is step bo tnkon Tho Is not likely to roult, its thoy thomsolvcs shall bo herotoprovilegcd. It has bron deemed tnliie of tho standard dollar. His conclu- toIt recommended thnt earlyto provldo ulso our National eirort In this direction thus Washington, December 1, 1831. eqmplctc these vessels anil urgotlnto such convention. sions in this rcgaivl aro cordlallj approved. main conditions of the problem may be scorn vory gonorally to hc'Jovo It inaj'. In tho Inadvisable for tho monitor tlliiutononuih. stated: Women people In nicchulilctil purJn my annual message of IsKi, 1 recom- Thn practical exclusion of our pnlnters nnd For this reason tho I'nlted States woro not of tho Nnvnl Advisory suit and fertile lu Invention; wo cover 11 . nt tho recent rnnlernaeo at Homo. mended tlio abolition of all otoIi-i- taxes, b A Pittsburg and sculptors from tho rich lloliln for observaman I rocommond that the scope of tho thoso vrlatlug to dlritijlcd sjilrits. llontd, approved by tho Depart inent, com- vast extent or territory rich In agricultural tion, study and labor, which thoy havo hithlin.s made- a practicable) whistle out of prise the construction of ono steel oruUor This recommundation Is now renewed. In 4,5.10 tons.onc cruiser oH.UO tons, tvvuht-avil- of pioduets and neaily till the row materials NI'.UTllAI.ITY Litis erto onjojcul. lherols 11 prospect that tho necesnrj' for successful mu.nifuetuio; wo li;'3 tail. So our traditions aro htvep. long pondlnif rovlMon of tho loiolgn treutlc of tho United Plntes bo bo enlarged ns to caso these toxos shall be nbollshed, tho rovo-nue- s iirmod giinbuiiui, ono light hnvo system of productive establishments away ono by one. that PUlsbu'ry I'oat. of Japan mitybocnnoludcd utn now confer- coverall patent nets of hostility committed will, In my will silll remain to the (Iovernment boat, ono dispatch vessel cruhilng gun. moro thiiu sullloieut to supply our own iinued vlth opinion, not only suflleo to moot ence to bo held atToblo. lu our territorj' nnd nlmed a',nilnt tho penco Hotchklsi cannon, one urnorod mm ami the wuges of labor Its teusonuble expenditures, but will atford u Wlillo this (loMirnmont fiillyrccngulzos tho of n friendly nation, llxlstlng statutes throe torpedo boats. The gem ml design, else so trrcrt; tho scalo of living It is said that 11 first-claequal and Independent station of .lnpan in Duko'a tho fitting out of armed cvuodlUons and suiplus large enough to jiermlt biich all or which are calculated to meet tho exist of our artisan clussos Is tuieh us tends to 'rAiiirr itKiirrriON' tho community of nations, I would not op- restrict tho shipment of explosives, though liigw-unltitlo iu gyod order can now be bou"k cr the sort Ico. nro now well mi. secure thi'r personal eomfoit and tho pose tho general adoption of such terms of tho cpctuH'Uts lu tho latter respect were not ns may seem to bo udvlsablc when the ro-- vauccd, und the voust.uctliu of tho vctsold I " of ibyfc hlghu morula und iutcl- iu Franco for about 10,000, demon-otnitnthul 11 c, ' SH)ENT&A:GEr compromise as Japan may ho disposed lo offer In furtlmrnncd of d uniform jiolloy or Intorcoutso with Western Nations. During tho puit year the Increasing good will between our own tloverutnent nnd rliut of Mexico has bcou variously inaiilfostod. Tin) treaty of commercial reciprocity concluded January 29, InK), ha boon rat I nod, nnd awaits tho necessary tariff legislation of Cougri-sto heroine ntieetlve. ill, I doubt not, be among Tho legislation tlio first measure to claim jour nttcntlpn. A full treaty of commerce, navigation and consular rlgliU I much lo be dnsircd, and such a treaty I have reason to bellow that tho Mexican (lovurnmoiit stand rcuily to hus Homo conclude. cmbnrrnMmcut been by tho occasioned failure of Congress nt It last scslon to promenus for vide tho duo execution of tho tronty of July Si), ltC, fortho rourrcy of tho Moxlcail boundary and tho relocation of boundary monuments. With tho llepul-ll- o or Nicaragua it treaty ha been concluded which nuthorlo tho ennlntctlon by tho h l.'iilliil Htstes nf 11 eunnl, rullwny Hnd lineucros the Nlcarugtinn terrltur), lly tho term of thl treaty sixty mile of the Jtlver Sail Juan, us well as like Nlonrnguu, nil Inland sea forty mile In w Idth, nro to couU-tut- c n part of the projecletl enterprise. This cover for actual cunul construction seventeen mile on tho 1'nclllu side and thirty-si- x miles on tho Atlantic. To tho Tnlled Htntes, whose rloh terrltorr on tho 1'aelfla I, y for the onllnnry purpose of commerce, eutoT from communication by water with the Atlantic ports, tho political and commercial dvunt mow of such a project can scnrcoly Ui oven cstimntcd. It I believed that when tho treaty Is laid before you tho Justleo nnd liberality of It provision will command universal approval ut homo nnd abroad. The death or our at I(uia, whllo nt hi pot at Kt. 1'etershurg, nflorded to the Imperial (Jovcrn-incu- t a renew ed opportunity to TKHTtrr iTii nrurATiir Ihn Intimate friendliInnmnnner ness which ha ever marked the Intercom q or tho tiro countries. The course of this Rnvernment In raising It repicsentntlnn nt llnugknk to thodlphv mntlc rank has evoked from Plnui orldeucc of warm friendship and augers wr II for our enlarged lritercoiipie The Hltnnni OoTiirn. mant ha presented to tho Cnltcd Htntes n eonimoillou inatilon nnd grounds for tho oociiiHinc) of the legation and I suggest that bv joint resolution nttost Its appreciation or this generous girt. Till (lovcriiui'-uthn- i more thou once leen called upon or Into to tal.o notion In fultlll-nion- t ot Its International obligation tor. ord bnaln. Agltutton lu the Islund of I ubii ho' tlio to tbiiff anlKli trown haling been In person abusing the sacred right of hospitality which our territory ntfoiil, tho ollleers of tho Coi erumnnt havo been Instructed to exercise vlgthmep to prevent lu frnctlon of our m iitrnlltv lnw nt Key Wet uml nt other points uoar the Cuban const 1 am happy to suy that lu the only Instnnnu Tilicrc tneo preenutlonnry measures weru sueoi wr ally elude.), tho offender, when found in our territory, vicro kubsoquuntly tried nnd ponvlctod Tho nrowlng neel of close relationship of lntcreoiirii und trnCIo between tho s tele-irruppmo-tlcnllcom-mrrel- framed with regard to international obligations, but simply for tho protection of travel. All thoso stututon wto Intended to meet special cmorgcncles that had nlrendy nrlseq. Other emorgoncles have arisen slnco and nitxlprn Ingenuity supplies menus for tho orgunlrntlon of nostilltlim without the open resort to armed vessels or ' to tlllbustci lug parties. I sen no icnson why overt preparations In this country fortho commlsslou of orlmlnnl acts, such ns urn hero under consideration, should not bonllkopunlshnble.whethersuch acts nre Intended to bo committed lu our own country or Inn foreign country with which wo nro at pence. Tho piotupt and thorough treatment of this question, Is ono which intimately concerns tho National honor. Our existing JtATCIUI.tATIO: LA ITS nlso need rovlslou. Those sections relating persons residing within tho limits or tho to I'nlted Htnte lu 17MJ nnd 17W, hnvo now only n historical interest Pe.etlon SITU, recognising tho citizenship of tho children of natural-l7e- d parents Is ambiguous In it terms nnd partly obsolete. Tlu-r- nro spcclnl proviilons of law favoring tho naturalization of thosos, who servo In tho army or In morchnnt whllo no similar privilege aro grunted thosa who servo In tho nuvy or marine corps. An unlfonn rule of naturalization, such as tho constitution contemplates, should, among othor things, clearly dcllno tho status uf persons bom within tho I lilted Btatos, subject to a, rorolgn now er (See. 1W2), nnd of minor children of fathers who have declared tholr Intention of becoming citizens, but have failed to perfect thplr naturalization. It might lie wlso to provldo for n central bureau of registry, wherein should bo filed authenticated tmnscrlpts of every record of tinturallratiOn In tho several Federal to nud inako Courts, and Stuto provision nlso for the vacation or cancellation of suoh record In cases whero fraud had beon practiced upon tho Court by tho applicant hlmtlf or where ho hnd removed or forfeited hi acquired citizenship, A Just nnd uniform law in this respect would strengthen the hands of tho (Jovenimcnt In protecting Its citizen abroad, and would pnvo tho way for tho conclusion of treaties of naturalization with foreign countries. Tho legislation of tho last sosslon effected In tho pns-song- er ves-sel- 2 n. vl obscr-tutlon- j- one-rourt- h 11 f ut s 11 np-pli- od o )ur w pos-tug- i't nl e jer o eoun-trlHAit- tl uvjn.l first-clas- IMir-un- nt be-e- luiu-hluer- ir dls-put- s. ;s r.i,.-i7T- c . 11 roi-tlp- ( flipinmnt-lolnterrniir- in pro-pari- es . post-ofllc- ho nt e nno-tcnt- h lVi-ohi- ten-Inc- loolght-lnchrillesh- y H Ict 11 ndmlii-Istrstlo- C; n 1 Ji,-;ra,w- u t gnu-cro- pro-tlde- Forty-scvout- h X 11 n 1 11 Ituprct-cnliitiv- o ro-no-w ro-pe- . e, lcgis-lutlo- is - ills-play- "''."":""''" -- 11 y ex-te- nt nniu-mnme- ex-ne- pt anti-prover- 11 a, 01-- iro-hlb- lt ss rcculartr from rh to hit nme or whctHcr h Oit rrfmJnc to Uko vrvn. 22? courtiwrlodteau from the poi totnor. or remoy nd Uis Ml r(rtS7wlihcr ttn tl Urs-- tenet Of WTMTtOXH. WAVS. A CONQUEROR. On tlio shining lioiplits lie had sotiKht so long, Ho stood 11I0110 nt the break or day: Tlio wind nbout lilm blow fierce una stroiiir. And tlio wide, waste land Iwneath him lay; Ho could soo tlio arch of the imrplo sky. lb In mid whlto; And tho distant And bear, as tlio swift jrale hurried by, Tlio low, weird volco or tho Hooting night. Ho could coo tho way that Ills (Vol. bad trod, Tlio wreck mid ruin hi liuiid had made. Bio olottel lilool on tho withered soil, Tlio cold, wlilto faces nmld tlio shade; Tim land was his liy the victor's right. Ho hud swept tlio jH'oplo loforo his wnith. And conquered all liy his keen sword's might, And marked his course by n luild putli. His won! wag law lu tho prostrate world, Whoro King lay prono lu lliolr galling chains; Ho laughed' when tho bolt (if Jovo woro hurled Along the silence of fruitless plain: boastful tnmiiK'tH for lilm worn loud, Tlio And servile minion lent to his fwt; Hut bo jintfeod alone through tlio cringing crowd, And no rod lips for bis llss grew swoct. And what did this glvo for the weary cars? Ji, nothing at all but u sounding name, Ami a harvest of woo and bitter tears, Per tho loss of love ls the gift, of fiiuio: Ah. few arc tho good things llfo can hold: And the one that shlnosnllotliors above Is nelthor fum nor a wealth of gold. Hut tho sneotnoss ami Joy ot iiorfoot lovo. Tlio. S. CMifr, In t'lirrviit. sea-lin- MORNING MUSINGS. A Romantlo Lovo Story, Told lu Six Sollloquios. FOLILOQfY Till: FIltST. Iloigho! So this i London, nnd a smoky, foggy, disnuil metropolis it I, to say (ho least of it. Reminds nio of young Simpkbs of our claw who utulcrlook to write tin apostrophe to tho ocean a la Byron and completed one line: '"Oh, thou proSimpkins stuck digious dampness!'' llicro and couldn't get any further, but thero is no such limit to London dnmp-JICSS. By the great ponds of Michigan, the air here seems to hold water In solution! The breezr call of IncoiwMirotithlnir morn, One runs risk of being drowned in Tlio swallow twittered from tho shed. breathing! I'm glad I ennio to Scotland glad 1 suppoc this is what Mr. 0 tippy we left the beaten track of tourists and called n "London particular;" hut with took tip our quarters at that Highland all due respect, I don't think London is hostelry. I don't think 1 ever enjoyed particular, or she wouldn't have such rambling through woods and picking ferns, or sketching hilltops half so tin atmosphere. much, even on the banks of the old Fine showing, this, for an April morn- Susquehanna my benison on her broad ing! Ho. hum! I really must get up bosom! and eommenco my pilgrimages I'm suro there must be something I can't understand why I should have about iIicm' Highland braes that started on this European tour, and con- nourishes rhymes, romance, nnd all demned myself to wandering about that sort of tiling, for- a fellow seems to .drop into pootry a- naturallv as Mr. looking at things I don't want to sec, Silas Wegg. Laurel 1 beg pardon Miss climbing mountains I don't want to Laurel my study in Grav sins she climb, rummaging around through knows that I am of a poetic temperanasty streets whero I don't want to rum- ment, and I am so foolish as to go mage, and inhaling odors that 1 de- hammering up verses to prove it! Ah,cidedly object to. 'What Is the e now well! When it is happiness to be foolof my "doing" London and subjecting lsn 'tis foolishness not to Do nappy. myself to fatigue, odors and "ncfcncyi Seems to mo I've honrd somo quotation coaencs wnen x can accompiisii it all so like that, only briefer. Heidto! Yes day in my exmuch more pleasantly with one of Dick- terday was a ens' novols ut home in a hnmmock, or istence. To bo sole guide, nssistant, drifting down the Chesapeake? I can't counsellor aud protector of tho dearest understand why I should want to sec girl in tho worltl for a wholo day of the Tower because the Princes were rambling through forest and glen is murdered there, nor the Avou because what I call n blessed privilege. Wo Shakospearc wus born there, nora hun- explored Ben Voirlich all tho moundred and one other places bccauso tains in this country seem to be afllictcd (something "was done or wasn't done with tho Christian name of Benjamin there! If u man tells me his father waa spoke our little piece over Monau's Hill 's banged, I am quite satisfied to believe and ate our luncheon in "Lone1 must hazel shade" I think him without rushing off immediately to see the place and bring away a piece of have spouted u wholo canto of "Tho Lady of tho Lake" at different times, tho gallows or a shred of tho rope. Thank Heaven, when I'm through anil how spirited she was over the with London my occupation', gone, defiant stag how her beautiful eyes nnd I can go home in peace. Con- nil up nt the death of "my gallant stantinople, Venice, Home, Switzer- gray." Well it's a blessing I know Scott hy land, Paris 1'vo done thorn all, and pretty thoroughly, I hope, though my heait! It is precious little else I know people at home will bo sun to think of about poetry and novels, but sho do some confounded place that I ought to lors to me as if 1 wore an emporium or have .seen, but didn't see. Something information. Said she: "Mr. Olden, seem to feel poetry, that 1 have omitted which they have been dying to see for goodness knows while other people say it. You give "it a ring of reality that is moro allcctiiig bow long! Think I'd belter coach up on tho tlian finished declamation." guide-booI "It must bo because you are niv and that reminds me, I Generally" I regard gave- mino nway to the pretty girl auditor, then. whom I rescued in Ventre from tho poetry as a combination of fantastically hypergondoliers those follows are as bad as elevated words and idoas London 'ackney coachmen and who bolical expression of ultra human sentilanguage. With was so charmingly grateful. She said ments in listener it seems almost apshe hoped wo might meet again, nntl you for she was ever so much obliged to me, propriate, so high a rank do I give and it was so nice to meet n country- you." She (archly) "I wonder if I hnvc man, for she was American 1 would have known that if the had Mopped anything to do with tho feelings which after "nice" and a great denl more to prompt vou to wind up an impassioned tnc same eiiect, and In the sweetest jioem with some absurd parody or bur- volco and with tho cordial conh'dig Iciquer I "Oh, that is done for tho purpose way which belongs alone to our girls. Bless 'cm! Shook hands with mo, of taking tho edge of what you might smiled more in her soft grav eyes titan otherwise consider sentimentality and with her lips, gave me her card and left partly to convince myself that I am not mo standing there with my hat oft', a growing Kontlniunturin reality." She "Is sentiment such a crime in spectacle for those rascally lxiatmcn! JMado a memorandum on a blank leaf 3'our eyes?" I "Not a crime, but a soureo for to thU effect: of my guido-boo- k "Prettiest picture In Venter. Study ridicule. Promise mo not to laugh not in gray. Gray eyes, gray robe, name to think mo absurd and I'll play at (Sray. Worth u fortune, but bv the romance liko tho veriest lover of tltctn all. By Heaven, I have a mighty leanrigltt person to bo had for the tiskfng. "N. B. Would that I dared to asTc." ing to ft!" She "Somo day you'll play it in Then I gavo tho nearest gondolier a twenty-fran- c piece to'overrake her and earnest, and bo the 'verlost lover of retrieve to raanoinoisolle the Iwok sho them all,' or I am no proohotess." "Methinks tho day has come tho did neglect. And that's all. hour and the woman! Can you not see By Jove, I must get up! that since I have known you sinco that SOLILOQUY THK SECONIJ. Well, lumpy day in Venice" Three weeks in London! She (naively) "When you roturnod Loudon isn't so bad after all, and I'm really interested in hunting up queer my book?" 'I "Ah! You ditl get tho book. places. Then it litis told you that I have set up I'd give n farm just to find Mrs. boarding house, and Miss Gray your picture in my heart and fullcn is constantly looking for a Curiosity down before Shop. That I should meet her ugain, " 'All on a summer's day!' Aro vou uiul especially In this human labvrinth, not getting dangerously near the brink, is a piece of good fortune little short of Mr. Oldon of the bike, I mean? You fatullty. Her mother aud foiirtoen-yujtr-ol- d might wet your feet. ' brother constitute the parlv, "Do you think I say this in a vein nnd tho old lady sny she really doesn't which justifies flippant" interruptions, know how they would have managed Miss Gray?" to sec so much of London but for my Sho "Do you think I treat you lu a xabnhlo aid. I'm a disinterested partv, wav which justifies flippant gallantry, 3 am! Hanged if I don't believe l'in Mr Olden?" getting too much absorbed lu tho flesh I "You wrong mo when you treat as tints and the foreshortening, anil the gallantry tho homage of man who" coloring of my study in (Sray. Sho has She "Is quite as sorious ns ho usualnot t:tM a word about my guide-booly permits himself to bo, or ho has been not cen whether she received it or not; during any bummer vacation for tho 11 htruw-bullt u-- but she seemed to bo glad to see mo, and I pshaw! I'm too old to lay nbed 1 like a school-boy- ! nnd think I'll go home. I've seen enough yellow fog ami black smoko, Mrs. Gray savs the are going to Scotland and tho Hebrides, and all those moist, unpleasant places that William Black rejoices in and Indeed wheat one can sit by a warm llro and rend about rain and wlntl.leaden sky and dewy weather, it Isn't bad; but excuse me from participating, as tho man said when he was going to be hanged. Yet 1 can be She said her with her by going. mamma wanted mo lo go so much. I wonder if sho speaks to me with mamma's lbs? Girls do, 1 know, particularly when they take any interest. For example, if hcr'mother wanted mc to go as an escort and she herself didn't care a straw whether I went or not, ho would have said "I want you to go so much." It's n good sign when mamma comes to the front. Bah I'm tning to construct nothing into something a practice I thought I had abandoned ever sineo the days 1 persuaded myself that a certain school girl returned" my youthful passion because she permitted mo to carry her bookstrap to school, a dream that was dispelled by her subsequently conferring that privilege on another young gentleman in knickerbockers. But still I would like to see Scotland and the places so "clustered around with historical associations" I believe that's tho jhrao which one reads about in in Sir Walter and other historians. At home ther'll bo sure lo ask ine about lleek'ie. Well, Attld St. Konan's Corrie Nat Shlnn and Coll an Togle, nnd what shall I saj ? It is clearly my duty to go to Scotland because Harry Olden, you arc pulling tho wool over jot your own eyes! You don't care more for ordinary places with extraordinary names than you do for extraordinary places with ordinary names! Now, acknowledge it's tho girl. Well, confound your impertinence, stippo-- e it is the girl. 1 am going to Scotland. bOLlLOQt'Y Tin: TIIIItI. By Jove, how I must have been snoring! I never felt so little like getting up In my life though tho sun is pouring in at my window, and the whistle of the partridge comes from the hillside like a morning matin: day-dream past lialf a dozen years. Who parodies Rosalind, and says: "Come, 1 11 woo thee, for I'm in n holiday humor, nnd like enough to be ensnared?' " 1 "You regard mo as a trillcr, I sec." She (regretfully) "And only think what you might Itave been! Let us go home." Now, what does all thts moan? Am I in love? And is there chanoo for me? As to tho lirst, yes; and the .second Well, she scorned the manner and not the matter of my wooing. There's some comfort in that. If you can convince a woman that you were a triller until you succumbed to her, sho is prepared to forgivo the first and to regard the hist ivs very natural. "Only to think what you might hnvo been." She said It almost mournfully. Now, I don't think I might have been anything in particular but 1 shall to to belt from this time forth. and she shnll be to judge. How beautiful she is! I'd give a King's ransom to hear her say There's the breakfast bell! 11 ing t,he light nnd sliado of my beautiful Tplaeo it in picture In Gray, niul y my father's hall! Ah, there comes tho sun! How tho clouds gather golden fringes! How pure and fresh tho morning nlr! The birds are singing ns If they knew my happiness! Tlio dew is sparkling 011 "the grass! It is spring tune, and nty wedding tl'iy! Sheldon Jlordcn, in San Francisco Argonaut. to-da- MOSCOW. At Tra-Drlnkl- USEFUL Itusilnn "United AND SUGGESTIVE. A REMINISCENCE. ISiM-onlcr. n-- the The Old CroscUoiiiU I.rltor for Krrcinnu K. Huddle, 11 There are very few people in this country nowadays who ever saw tho e cross-road- s in nil its pristine loveliness and simple post-ofllc- SOLILOQLY THK KOrUTH. Jangle, jangle, jangle! Confound tho church bells! A fellow never can sleep on Sunday morning for their clamor! Back to I'dinburgh from the Hebriduw back from the land of mist and clouds nnd romance, with a full determination to road about, but not visit, it Too much llsh and Gaelic to suit inc. Three months gone, and the ground covered with autumn leaves, siuee I've been dangling In her train; and and 1 fear I've been making a fool of mvself! Doos she care for me at all? Well, I'm a sanguine, man; but, putting all that aside, 1 think I am gaining ground a Iimuco-forarw- d. 11 red-lett- er Glon-arty- wards. She keeps my book. too. I saw the on which I wrote that absurd j leaf crotchet thrust into her little silk purse. ! She had torn it out. nnd was making 11 relic of it. That might be bec.iue of its oddity, and probably means nothing. There never was a girl so proof to llat-tor- y as not to piosorvo such a spontaneous tribute. She treats me just the same as ever -- is friendly and cordial, no more. I iicerttuntv. tlien, is all I ar rive at uncertainty as to lier feelings. unua.sine.ss as to mine. Pretty much tho snme wny I felt at Ijng Branch three years ago, when 1 spent a fortnight to determine whether I was In lovo with Lucy Homer, andif go whether she would be pleased to hear it; nt the end of which time she married young Landless, and to my sur prie 1 was pleased to hear it! Suppose tills was to result similarly? I think I'd bolter go home. And vet there will be something lost out of life when 1 leave her. I should bo wretched. I am afraid: but not so wretched as I would be should sho 1vf11.su inc. Perhaps not so wretched as I might be eventually if sho accepted me. " Where shnll I lind tho conconl of this discord?" Apparently not in this bed, for it looks like what Xlrs. Partington calls a " corruption of Mount Vociferous." Hollo, Boots! Briug nicaomo hot water! Mr. Henry Olden, get thee homo on the noxt steamer. J I not ecstatically hnppy, then? I expected to be, nnd by .1010. 1 will be! 1 have lived a quarter of a century without having seen any woman so beautiful, so lovable; and" I know she's far too good for inc. What a disgust' ugly conceited idiot 1 am! I dare say it's "all my egotism, and she really never gives mo a second thought. Anil yet when I pulled that reckless young scapegrace brother of hers out of Loch Mayle, she put both her cold little hands in mine, and whispered some incoherent words, of which 1 could only catch, "Forgive me I know you better now." Pshaw! that was only gratitude. And yet, when I held her hands, and tried to tell how gladly I would take far greater risks for her sake, she did not take them nwtty, but raised her eyes to my face o bravely and trttst-- ( iiigly that! trod on air for days after-- j nm little. Why small purchne to make and loitered about Hammond's store waiting for the g who rode 0 some horse from the railroad-stationine miles distant, with the jKittch resting across the place whero tin horn of the saddle would have been Kvery if it had not been a "inoolcv." tew minutes one of the anxfous waiters would wade the mud to tho middle ot the road to look for lilm, and when his Wmt form wa seeu on the brow of n distant hill, his coming was announced with as much gusto as Is now exhibited in the cities on viewing the of a special train bearing the President. When he enme. there wns a wild flutter of expectancy, and when he pitched the pouch into Kalph Baldwin s door, knocking off his spectacles aud bedaubing htm with mud. we made a mad rush for the There were only fourelmirs in the mom, aud .Hammond occupied one of these, Alexander Miliken, a candidate for the Legislature on the Temperance ticket, occupied another, Kalph Baldwin tho third, and the oldest man preMMil tho n mnining ne. while as ninny as could do so sat on the edge of the lied, and the trundle-be- d whs pulled out to : eomniodtile more of ns. The postmaster's family was all huddled together and all the Ikivs around the made it a part of their business to cast shti'ps" i'ii'. at Mag., llalph'n eldest daughter, who was the lielle of that election precinct. I confess that I often laid deep idols against the Government, v n bright future for myIn which I self. The plan of salvation to which I will marry subscribed ran as follows: Mag. Pap I always regarded him as at such my prospcctKe father-in-lumoments would die omc time, and then I would succeed lilm as ostmusU'r at Omega. But enough of National uflairs ami deep and dark designs upon its high places. The postmaster emptiedMhc contents of the bag into his hat, and having lished out ti lean bundle of letters, untied the string aud began the delivery by calling tltt' names of those to whom they worn itddrc.sscd. The will proceeded ns mail-carrie- n po.t-oIlicIt was KcM by a man whose name wus Ralph llaldwin, aud ho was noted for the possession of longer hair limn anybody else in Marion County. He kept theoflieo in hi residence, which consisted of a log cabin of one large room, in which tho numerous family at;. slept, received coiiipanynnd distributed mail. A man, whose nnnio was Hummoud, kept a general store luird hy, and when we Iniys of tho vicinity were sent there for the mail we generally had some e. beauty. I remember whon I was n boy. how I was sent on Saturday afternoons to tho for the weekly mall. The e was known ns Omega, perhaps, because It was the last place on earth whero it limn would ep t to find post-olliepost-ofllce r, snrrv-lookin- n nn-chnlanl- lv post-oll'ic- e. cook-sto- c. 1 -- fol-Itftv- s: j SOMLOQl'V THK FIFTH. if I had just parted with my immortal soul, not to mention everything I hnvc eaten for tho jmst twenty-fou- r I feel as u k, - 11 ultra-huma- n 11 1 Tod-gors- 's It" f termination this for love's young dream and all its attendant follies. Sweet reveries nnd murmured vows forsooth! Moonshine all of it, aud as for poetry- -it is a mockery, grinning skeleton! ril never be such n fool again! I suppose Miss Gray loathes tho very remembranco of all that midsummer madness, and I recall it with tho same unbounded satisfaction I derive from recollecting a meal of cold pork nnd potatoes. Pork! Ugh! I'll never cut It again! They say this steamer will reach Isow York and I hero register a tow that I'll go ba('c home and stay there be a misanthrope, philosopher, cynic, hermit anything but a sentimental fool! Amen. 11 11 k, Circumstances was put to great straits to so educate her Daughter that she might occupy a Higher Walk In Life. Sho worked hard, and deorived herselt of every Comfort. An how wns she rewarded? Strange to say, this Young Lady appreciated her Mother's Sacrifices, and did nil sho could to lighten her Labors. Upon returning from School sho would devote Ujrtimeto tho Kitchen until tho hour for her Music lesson arrived, and then sjio would make tho Piano Howl. Sho arose early and assisted with tlio Washing and Ironing, and when her Young Man took her to tho Ice Cream Parlor nt night she always slipped some Choieo Cake into her Pocket for Ma. Finally She nnd the Young Mnn were married, SOLILOQUY THK SIXTH. Will tho day never bank? Those and the Bust ltoom In their House was swallows ouufdo of nly window have devoted to the Old Lady, who never been chattering for an liotir us if it worn afterwards did a Lick of Work. MOICAL. their wedding day. The iMth of April This is not a Trim Story. It is a just u yonr sineo I landed in Venice just a year since I began study Fable Cincinnati Timci'Slar. to-da- who culled it one of tho comic diseases was surely never seasick! A myriad of curses on the reeling, rocking old tub. I could nlmostwish she'd go to the bottom. I wonder how Miss Gray nnd her mother tiro standing it. I hope to Heaven I shall not see her again until sho recovers, or else I'm done with ro" F.stkrmkii Hm: You hnvn boon recommance forever. The old lady would 11 froutlomnii to of itrlvt InInsist on taking this steamer, and I mended and us as tegrity umi'iml business acumen, and to n scheme, think It wns n dispensation of Provi- we desire to call your attention fttlTlij xt you can enru at dence to cure ray malady. How can a by which home. This offer leastonly kimxI for Is week at man worship when his divinity is while ton ilays ironi the date you ivcoUo this letyourself of It, around the lips and' red around the ter, and If you desire to avail w for particutwo ($! eyes, with a drawn, pinched look, as if iileiiso for milmull. dollars truly yours. Very lars by icturn llAI.STiai, A Sl'IIAOt'K, anxiously expecting n cnttistrophe; 11, K, III und H vay stn-ot- Now York. when slic is sensitive as to sympathy I got on the old sorrel in are I hud nnd querrtilous as to assistance; when she nnd made a appears to regard her brothor with un- ridden to the cross-road- s dying hatred, and hor mother as a bar- beo line for homo as fast as her barian armed to tho teeth with cam- spavined legs could carry me. I never phor and shawls for lier special torture? found out why father took me out beHow, I say, can n man be sentimental hind the barn and licked mo with a when I triumphantly when nil his faculties nro concentrated pump-handon finding somo placo whero ho can presented my letter from New York hold himself still, when tho only feeling and demanded two dollars, until after he can summon from the depths of 1 had attained my majority. Through his embittered nutuio is 0110 of hatred Mail. and contempt for tho stewards? The Extraordinary Young Lady. Iloiy could 1 have been such a simpleton as to dawdlo sentimentally through Once in a Largo City there dwnlt n a whole summer, and start home dur- Maiden whose Mother, being in Mod'T-nt- o ing tho equinoctial storms.' A proper le hour. sl Tho man "Hammond, (bore); Milliken. (here): Smith Long John Smith, Jack Jones, Cucumbi I'.Iohn Smith. Hammond, Milliken, Little John Smith, Hammond, Milliken. Hammond, Hammond. Tack June-- , Milliken. .loo Spiller. Milliken, Hammond, Freeman K. Huddle, Esq. That's all, gentlemen." Jowhillikens! Freeman K. Huddle, and he an esqujro! How my heart jumped up and climbed right 111(0 my mouth, where it tilultercd around and cut up such capers I could not answer Even the smothered to utv name. groan that came from old Grandma Baldwin, upon whose stomach those that sat on the bedside were reposing, had no charms for me. I tore open that, envelope only to ibd Unit it find never been scaled, anil that it contained a circular which rend, a nearly as I can remember, ns follows: Cross-Kxed y The production of flue wool In tho Stales is increasing even moro It would bo a very incomplete sketch rapidly than the consumption. of Moscow that did not treat of thrt closed hive, or Drumming on little smoko from burning They abound blowing "traktlrs," or In every streot, lnno mid alley, rivaling rags or decayed wood, Inside the hive to In their numbers the public houses of will frighten the bees, nnd cause them nt once fill themselves With honey. western lands. The drinking of "tchai" lYoy 3Yir. ' ' is, indeed, h prominent feature of Rus- Experience has conclusively shown sian life. Everyone has heard of the that tho public tnste for fruit keens pace precious packages of ten, the best that with tho Increased production. Desirathe Flowery lentil can produce, brought ble fruit products nre now nlinost eons across the steppes of Tartary and slant articles of diet, while their JV. J'. Is tinlveoullv conceded. through the passes of the Oui-.- il Moun- Jlvrulil. tains to tho great fair of In washing flannels It Is n mistnkn Enter a trnktlr nt whnt hour of to Use very hot water. Wash thoin In tho day you plonso it always seems lukewarm water In which soap has leeu crowde'd." A corpulent little saint with dissolved, and rinse in clear water of a smiling countenance, who U supposed the same temperature, stretuhing them especially to preside over well In both directions Indole hanging is perched in one corner. The Russians, on the Hue. Albany Journal. as they enter, uncover their heads and - Lemon bun are made of bow to the patron of "the cup that of a pound of butter, half a pound of cheers, but not lurbrlatiM." Pnfuely sugar, one pound of Hour, four tigg. perspiring, ami. Indeed, completely half a teiioubful of swoot milk, two saturated with tea, the habitues talk of baking powder, nild lemon and settle matters of business or extract to your mate; curranti, nlo. if pleasure, strike bargains, or Imltiuee you choose. Bake in u moderate oven. McrehnnU, brokers and bunk- Jliitton (J Mr. er.s oonfer and transact business; pleasWashington plc. Six tart apples, six ure eekers arrange their plnn; of butter ot friends make up their iMi.invls ottiK'tj of sugar, six ounces "Who can thick crenm, six eggs, the grated jwel over the attaining tumblers. Grate tho in Moscow is n of 0110 lemon, half tlio Juice. ruing thetn; doubl thnt npplos, after paring nntl en great National institution? sugar. tis butter One of the chief houses of call for stir together theadd the nnd bgrodl-cntother for chms Then merchants In Moscow is the Maskouskl panto Tniklir. This is no ordinary establish- only. and bake with rich under 77u- JfoutehoU. ment. Tall, robust servants, In white - To blench sheeting, soak the cloth trousers ami tunics, inuio to and fro, and assiduously wait Umiii the guest. twelve hours In soapsuds, then take for The cooking tit this establishment is every twenty live yards of sheeting n. hiilf'pottnd of chloride of lime and celebrated, but it is for it in enough txiillng water to If yon is chiefly frequented. that it it. cloth hiie no one to talk to, you can smoke cover the lime iswhen dipped Into tho dissolved strain a pipe or cigarette, or listen to the When the organ. At almost all the restaurants, solution through it cloth; then put tho however humble, music is supplied. sheeting in aud stir constantly for a. The organ at the Moskottskl Trnktlr half hour: rinse well in pure water; wtt. made at Wtirteiuburg, expressly for then boil In strong suds nnd hnng lu tho this establishment, and cost I'JI.IXKJ. It air to dry. Flannel, which lias become plays when It is wound up, anil Ls lim- yellow, may bo whitened by putting it. ited to just twenty tunes, so that those "for twenty four hours. In a solution of LW u who frequent this traktir yer.r nftor hard soap water niul mumouia. year inut find n little sunencj in tho half pint of ammonia to one pound of performance. Hut, afd r all. It U In tlio soap nnd one gallon of water. 7V"A tnd similar stibtirhnn nort Jtlnde. that the mu't pleasing phases of Russian PIG FEEDING AND PORK. are witiieed. Beneath direction, happy Hun- to I'rntlun. w Mountain nf fat from the trees. Iiteiory u llmlttiy I.lttlr He. .surround the burnished urn: and in rutitcd nooLs tlie laMit.s are witnonsiH So lonjc lis then Is n demnnd for fat to lmvrV ovs. Petrofki Gardens are hogs thorn must be a supply; nntl, of a ver fiiMirite roort. lu IHVJ Napoco litre, the ipioMtoii with the farmer In. ii leon lodged here for a time in the built by the Empress I'lixnbeth. how ran 1 most rapidly und choaply produce the largest possible mountain Tlio road from Moscow is tlnotig-(- l d with cirriKges mid droskies ami of fat from my, at present healthy little pig? Prof. Browne, of tbe Ontario Ag(iunrds and M)lic keep order t the ricultural College, nfter testing tho gates that admit to the varied attracwithin the promenade, nod ipiestloti with n large utiuilter of anitions lawns, and eojuw: the rustle cottages, mals and in n variety of ways;, deolnre stnlRot'tr cave, and glens, ami grottoes; that "raw 'was are fifty prent. cheapthe lake, the fountain, anil the marble er than cooked mmk. nntl cheaper than sMtue. lu th eienlug, nvcmitM of Indian (Mini in nny form." Of equrso many colored lighU and fuMooncd would de'iend tiKn,tho unites conduct to pngoda Used as the latter point price of the two coiumodhlip. A to theaters, for various entertainment roinlc dramas, in which the fun Is some-wa- the lost manner of fittllng, n fanner broad nntl grotesque, exhibitions nclghlxir of mine, who raises, one of tumbling, etc. Grand displays of tvvo very fBt hogs every yonr, finds that. plan lie' net er fireworks terminate the proceedings. upon the The ordinary Usually fails to secure (1) a large frame, (1') affects a red shirt ami high Iwots. The extreme fatness finally, nnd (JM freemoidik, fresh from the country, ls most- dom from sickness, all of which lie huly clad in a suit of uuilvcd notncstiun morously attributes to (4) "keeping Via cloth, und in lieu ot stockings he winds happy nnd contented." Ills neighbors' pigs, fod. three or four cloths around his legs. His feet are shod with sandals of plaited linden times a day, nre, o he says, "sipieullug bark. The lotvrrcltiMo in Moscow nre, all the tim'e they nb't entln' " while, Ins own "gut up and eat thuir one. square for tin most part, smiling nnd but slow, slouching, npd moal, nnd then lie down nu' sleep most, shabby in their npcurnnce. 'Jliey are of the time." One ;enori, raising lbrs also yen- - frequently drunk; for, th'ottgh pigs, he inudo ('. c, exclusive of weight-o- f the nuiuinl when he bought them) fond of "tchnr," they by no menus pounds of pork In ISO days, an confine themselves to It. In addition to Sundays, there are 1:6 lew than fifty nvvrnge of seven pounds or two and pounds, each, a tiny. The. last clearly defined annual holidays kept in s Moscow, nnd the aro two months the trio consumed, on an nverngo. ten quart raw n nsunlly Incapable all next Jlnj. A Russian nurse Is n oonsjiiciious cib day. The dry meal wa turned on top jccl in tho public street. If her Infant of fresh water (a pailful or two) in this charge is a boy. she is attired in blue; trough. Thus only wen they watered Whou killed, though not if a girl, in red. Should she be in the and fed. .service of some rich fuinil. her dress Is fullv up to the Struasbnrgh geese, lavishly trimmed with gold, above which which are fed for fat "hers (for. the hangs nn niiroii of tine doited muslin. famous pates do foie gras so beloved by There Is plenty of bread made In Mos- gourmets) nntl which an so nceurntely cow which Is not black; indeed good diaguofwl by the exmirl attendant, thnt that vvmild sweet bread is ti specialty of the city, only those aro killed and ls often sunt as a pruont to friends die an unnatural death from ''liver still the faUdls-eas- e in St. Petersburg. Tho water is brought complaint" was developed fully up to, In fact, twelve miles In water courses from tho Mvtistchi Springs to the public foun- ab.ive the average. tains, but It is very seldom laid on to So much for tho tptostlon of excoss-ivel- y private houses. Accordingly, to supply fat. Instead of meaty 'or fleshy animals. With regard to tho desirdomestic needs n trilx of ate out at early dawn. Tho water-carri- ability of hogs of titn latter class, an tiro only one among many observing writer has remarked that, pigs would not show so classes of itinerant enders and workers. A funeral In Moscow, when conductwell ut the fairs, and would probably ed, ns is usually tho case, In the ortholie passed by judges and people w hit dox National manner, K a picturesque haw been taught only to ndmirn only find interesting spectacle. The procesthe fat nnd helpless tilings which get d sion is headed by prlosU the prizes, nnd which tiro, truly enough In their black robes, uarrying shrines well adapted to fill lard keg's; but tho and burning tapers in their hands. standard of perfection should be n pig Next comes the hearse with four horses. which will make the most ham with On the steps of tho hearse are more the least waste of fat, tho largest and priests holding binges of the Saviour deepest sides with the most lean meat. euk-in- g It should also have bone enough to 01 or the collin. Yet more follow, words of consolation to the friends allow it to stand up and help Itself to ami relatives of the departed. As tho food and ciut with it tho evidence of procession moves on the people in tho health and development In all its parts. streets cease from their occupation, unWithout work or exercise, the cover their heads, bow, anil pray for muscular system, that is tlio flesh or the repose of the deceased. The count- lean meat, can never bo largely deless pigeons of Moscow arc a feature of veloped, but 011 tho contrary, it begins to degenerate with all living creatures the clt, which ought not to remain unthe moment exorcise census. The outnoticed. They enjoy life freely, ami Increase and multiply to an enormous door nlr and exercise which makes tho extent, for no 0110 thinks of killing muscle, will as surely develop the wkolo them. In the popular mind they are organism, nnd not only produce a loiig. large frame, aud furnish tho solid incarnate emblems of the Holy Spirit. Mohcou) Cor. Chicago Tribune. to bear It erect. An acquaintance who prides, "aimsulf oil raising (in barn cellar on a manure hcaii!) .. l.nftMlH 4a milium ijuai's, "heallliy iilgpork" for hU own family. mi XnllMft.fel It flass shingles, glass pulleys, etc., linv Instead of buying the Western produced VWleeti tried with favorable remilts. article (where tho poor animals aro exMils hnvc been sheeted with glass inposed to pure air and corn on tho cob) stead of copper, with the most satisonce remarked of his Christmas pig: factory results. With glass pulleys, "Why, even the bones are so tender aspeoially for cable roads, friction is that thev chew up almost 1110.it, reduced mlniinuiu. - Chicago itself!" This illustrates I llkithosay in to may Time. passing, the condition of fat, "rickety" children. No matter how "hard and A Waterloo (X. Y.) lady opened a good" their fat is described to lie, it In fruit jar of peaches recently, which had tho kind I have been talking about; and been canned ami hermetically sealed if wo could. look beneath tho wretched years. They were put stuff, we would find the muscular nnd for twenty-fou- r up in the fall when Abraham Lincoln nervous systems very bun and was lirst elected President, mid woro in just as we do in the case of fat u good state of preservation. llnj'afo sheep ami hogs. U. E. I'aiga M. . Express in X. r. Tribune. Kstnbllilunent Customs. 11 s. 11 himith-fulne- ss Nishnl-Novgo-ro- d. - one-quart- or n, - - -- dls-Mil- -- bin-ilie- ii elm-tcn- well-dre-c- peth-strian- -- -- -- nt town-jiensu- nt good-nature- d, V-'UO one-thi- rd -- holiday-maker- corn-me- al to-d- water-carrie- rs er long-bearde- leg-bon- es tjiiiss-iji-uuiij- .lam- 11 - i'j VsvM k -. 11 ntteii-linl- cd f The Lost Cause Speaking of the Lost Cuo the Rich Thirteen head of 10 hand mules told tii'jnd Herald siys: Ma j A. St. J. Pickett Uikih nerved In every "tjrle at xaj oyster in Bowling Green at f 176 nnd a lot of 15 is Hit-- author of this beautiful nnd thrilling hand at S120. - Decombor 5, 1884 wtloon on Lancaster street. '43. 8. Myerc Stanford, Ky., Situms, Maltingly & Co , bought In tragedy mid manager of "Pickett's Great I have n nice nnortment of table cutWayne, 0 head 1 6J to 10 hand mules at Southern Combination." Ms. Pickett is LOCAL VHE CifW1.' I. lery wlcb I will Hell very cheap, 8, H, My-er- i. $140. a nephew of Joteph Dba Pickett, Super' Signal. " .. . .12 4.1 r. it. going North,... Mall train Midway, bought of intendent of Public Instruction of Ken. J L. Cogar, -- . ttoulh . ...it ., r. . Tiir inoRt complete itock of inline and Lister Withcrspoon of5,000 bushels of bsrley tucky; nleo a nephew of Gen. Ptikett, who U A.M. - .... 1 4f A lit EiPfilrala" booth ... will ever be remembered for his bravery " " ' Xoih. children' ichool ehota can be found at at 08 cents per bushel. The abota li calculated on standard time, tioltr (leo. II. Uruce & Co'o. Cunt. J. A. SatU sold last week to in tue recent war. Msj rickett it a man time I. .tbontvO'uliiuttylr ' " . j '. of remarkable genius and sterling worth, Cad Ham, was drank and dliorderly this John A. July 10 head of 1,132 lb, corn His drama is a fair and truthful delinea LOCAL NOTICES. fed cattle a 3 cents per lb. wek and after spending a night in jail waa The railroad war on passenger rates tion of the nobility and heroism of tho nov your school books from Tate & let oil with a fine of So and ooU. continues unabated. The fare from New-Yor- k Southern people. It is a drama full of ennjr, senre, wit, humor and inteligence. It is Hkaduoarteus for iclicol book at Mc Mrs Win. II. Hayh has bought the to Chicago Is down to $8 60. Itoburts AKtatrgV. residence of II, C. Ilright, now occupied by Mwsra. T. W. Pojue & San, of Mason founded on thrilling incidents of tho war. CnnKade4 of ready niljed paints for E. P. Owsley fo $2,000, Mrs. Hays will county, have just Imported from England The leading characters are taken from peo-pl- o eriring tra Je at Mrftqbcrin HtsgV. t who actually lived and actually conpfoertv at once. move to the r nine months-olcalf, Bates Shorthorn, WATCiira amf ife'w'elry repaired on short tested in the recent war. The characters 1 500. BOlIco and wairaulrd hi Tat& Peony. H6vfiAyiAjiiir$ Matter" in lUl at a cost of $ range from the amusing and excited ntgro Levi IJubble bought a 2 year-olfine A'tWrttTK'Vock fa jewelry, latent rsne isvIntenoed"'for LdleVMiMe5 and t style. Itockford watches n specialty. Tate ' f Black .fHawk Jack" of Mr. MaylilidTfor to the cunning, treachery and butchery of ' Children, but if the Men and liiys wint to ' A. Fenny. . t g $700. He sijs he imported it from the the villian; from the laughing nnd singing soubrette to tho earnest love and patriotDouble nnd single rmrel shot gOns reid it they have our permiision. , continent of Pulaiki. .. -ranging from $3 to $100. Also sniniuni-tioCorn m telllog at Jl 80 to $2 per bar- ism of the noble Southern woman and lovIt. II, 11., tenda thix from I'nh Orchard: of all kind nt McHobcrtH A Btseu's. ers' and husbands' dying groans on the Wi? would adri our sfllicted friends to 'Horn to the wife of Whitley Montgomery-- rel, tjie Jow( pice being due to the fact that Dec 1st, a tine boy. Mother nnd son do- cone of it being manufactured into ghasTly battle field; from the cold, calculgo to l'eniir, hax bf Tte's and.get ating, touching and determined couversa ing well. Whit is now a ''biger man thin whisky. Lxinglon Trancripl. colonel) mmle m inanr cure t.t vcrnlnU. tetter, d( oltf'Urjnt , Wc iielccied to stnte in our Jast. issue tions and purtlng of generals and , .p.. 1 f .. . efltccl arc. dyprp'U, kiJnoy nil womb I CommftsiofifiW. O tfefch sold Geo. to the bravery nnd imminent danger on dtwin. pits and Hrrr cdmplfnts Try A I.v.vati . Co I M Howard, of this that the battle Geld. The play is in five acts . Bobbin V houru aud lot of 7J acres it. It wll niftr Tuti county, for many years n popular drum and twenty-twscenes. Balcony and love iner, MMp declared ijtirniic this week and near town, county court !ay, to R. G. 7wsoVtC7''ttf' scene', prison and hospital scenes, dungeon ordered to the isfjuta, He line suffered Craig for $1,300. scenes, battle fields, Ac. At the Stanford "Vol. John I). Jrisif, of Mt. Vernoii, twopjralyjic.strokri.vr -i-U requires JOO.000 I sheep, 1,800,000 calves nnd.oxen, 1,500,000 Opera House, Dec. tltb. was here thls.wwk. 250,000 swine Mk Oeoehc McAlihteu has bought to feed London n year. The Englishman Mn. I!fijnii. Joii.n"Mktcai.k, ol MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Nlcuoliuyille, arrulbo elicit of .their son, hick the interest in the Tate k Penny drug never,got his "roist beef" repudiation, Managed by Jno. B, Fish. ' store recently sold to Mr. W. P.Tate, that MftThoOfetcfir. it, gentleman finding tbnt the builness, owing Miiw Al.MK IIauuin, of Crab Orchard, - Johnnie Green" is wearing a piir of Two hundrsd 2 year.old cattle, weighwho has been viMting Mrs. Ksuale (ireen, to his defective bearing, did not xuit him. ing from 1 133 to 1,800 lbs. sold at Abe ''snow while" pants. returned home yesterday. . Eugene Nicholson has opened a boot The neweient sheet we have seen in many Renick'n sale atl$09 to 58 1; .500 South-dow- n Mcwk. J. II. tfrsviiEjM ud S. H. n day is the new Somerset .Wfefi)A Some ewe averaged $3, do. bucks, $15 to and shoe shop in the house formally occuHardin left for Kansas yenterdsy the former one took the Opy rent tula office before $27; common ewes, J4. pied by Tho. Moore as a grocery. to prospect, the latter to lite. Tn W. H. Spradlin has told his larm of LouiavH.le.ca file kfe dull' at.25 for we had'tlme to ree who Are the- - editors, -- (Uoiiris CujirTrn djiirirrV"jig though we learn thnt J. 0 Hail, well common to 9 for bestiand hot are drag- 303 acres in this county to P. S. Iliatl for slowly.' lie will' be all right for collecting ging at 3J to 4C The Cincnnatitqtiotn-tfon'- s $4,000. Mr. Hiatt will take possession im known 'here I one of theiii.' ' many days, bnt his manly lasts show callle market quiet at ,.11 for mediately. A. turrit which recommends in the high bVatiJy Vf M be marred cojdrrRy, o Tbe lacd and stock of goeds at Pine common, to 0.cents for best Hogs are firm HAirttJ?', 'of tinea's, eitt terms, our clpabje taWDiniSD, Coh W. at SMO to 4.1! fcheep Hill, this county, are to be said on ThursSJtoMJ. trr, wtfj-- of the pTJptllaTmsIl agent on the 0 Welch, for Colleotorot Internal Revenue 4 W Smith sn!d to Htnlin Rogers 00 day, Dec. lS.h, by W. G. Welch, Master K C. has moved to Stanford and taken oce in this diotnet, is bring njmerously aigned hogs, avrragfng 2J j pounds nt $ 1.25 per Commissioner of the Lincoln circuit court here. Tbt Col, is a splendid accountant cwu C. 15. Brcner hiught of W. J. Wat-si- n, in ceeof Grundy vs. Crook. of the Murphy houn on Depot street. Mu ('. D. Mom, who is about to etait and In every way fitted for the position. o( 0reo counfy, li head of hep At Anderson, the man who ran the Kena democratic paper at Jitrbonrfllle, was $2.55 per luad John Hall bought of W. tucky Centrnl train off the track at LivingsKrviK MiWrl Although Klass has no here ywlerdar. He has had newnpijer big ton, had an examining trial Monday and cotton idgn swinging above hi big It. Holbrook, '2i held of feeding cattle expefirnce and know the trials and tribstore, yet he will sell voti clothing, boota 20 head afersging 3,100 ponnds at U was held over under a $250 bond, which be ulations that await him and shoes, dry good nod anything elre OoU,'and S head, of 1 000 pounds weight, failed to give and is now in jail, awaiting Mu II K. McltouKitTS and tils prettr circuit court. ait aa cheap an if be had a whole bolt of at cents (Georgetown Times. bride nee Ware, daughter of Dr. It. V. , Mrs. Alice W. Lytle as Admx. cf her A few days since we saw the stump of cotton covered all over with proniiaes. Ware, of Ilopklnaville, arrived at hi lntc husband, M. 35 Lytle sold hfs effects a white oak tree, in this county, that measfither's, Mr. John M. MoRobertiv Jr., yesWho Was It. Uro. Newkirk, of the Tuesday an followf Fat hogs $1 15 per cwt J ured 7 feet across nbjut 3 feet above the terday afternoon nnd wern given n recep- Williamsburg lmti, says that some one at sheep! $2 25 per had- - 1 yearling horse ground. This tree is said to have made tion Ut night Stanford sent him some stamps for his co'lt 551,1 suckling mule $30; 3,000 three foot boards and .",0.000 thaved Mil Will Cbaih is btck from Phila- paper, but neglected to sign tils name, If mules $72 25 to If'l; milch cows from $31 shingles. Can anybody beat this9 delphia, Whither i tejrwetiin hn 'wees tbe person who rent them will enlighten tCj $45 2 yeir-olA party of 20 persons left here yestersteers $GI 95; yearlings ago, oa n tWI to lis pipulir house of him he will nttend to his want) at once. longi"$nr0j hay ?11 per stack; fodder day over the LAN railroad for Ttas. in . 13 cents in fielJ; H3ws and pigs $10 25 to charge of Bob Jackson, of London, a Ah Klrtchbsuni A Co. He says that hi Oni former countryman, Mr, Joepb A. agent for slid road. They will go father Ihlyina fn a critical condition at the Cohen, nlthough not nominated until Fri- $11 2j. Hoilsehold and kitchen furniture via New Orleans. Their tickets cost only American Hotel, his thirh shattered by day before the election and consequently sold well. Small crowd in attendance. ., i i i ' i $15 each. The K. C. Agent tried to eecure the raUrotd acldeet. noi'voted for in many precincts, tecue it D ANVIL?, BOYLE COUNTY. the puty but failed wft not known, received 12,517 vote for "localVa t't'e'rsT Mr. J W Proctor, of the Central of Equallntioa to Dr. Member of SEW ADVKHTlSEMEJTs. Knt!i! Fisit 'alwayn on hand. J.T. Hsr- - Rgberts' Rank, has been confined to h room ll.T'", a majority of 712 A tipr i i. I i rh--. f several days by illness. top race wa should say consiJering everyI stilt, keep (lolden Patent Flout the thing. W. F. McCIiAHY J3S n,cre of the farm of the late J. M. ( a. Mi -i fi.a MoFerran was sold publicly Thursday Vo It a candidate for rertieuUUve of Lincoln Jcoun-lbeat made. T. K Walton. A Ni'MriERof young ladles and 'gentle- lubject to tho anion ol ttie democracy. A. K. Denny at $87.50 per acre. The perSkatLvu by the seductive music of the men are preparing to render "Little Bare- - sonalty brought good prices. Valley Coroet Band at IheTUnk Id night. foot" at the Opera House about the lO.h. JOHN II. MILLER Wakefield A Karris sold Wednesday j(i ThebVJectlstbraW fuhds to supply the to J. C. Bur, of Atl&nti, Ga., 8 cotton Ii a candidate 'or rermentattve of Lincoln counWr. have put on the market to.day mtiject to the action next ty Valley Cornet Bind with new muslr.1l inmules at $100 lend, 6c e'b are mfile of in tbs baga colTee. Fpecial inducements by sack the democracy. struments, which they claim .are needed $135 and one southern WrVeS $d0." "tx' Bright A ( urran. yery badly. The accomplished little act Mr. Hugh Cowherd, who has been livlbs. best ftialght resOUM.LucTjBiirton, .will-takI'ou SAte,-JO0- 60O tbe lend ing in Marion county for a year or two flour, mut iie closed out at once. Special ing role.Ji su JL '. ASDpat, will return to Boyle next week, having figures given to dealer--. Bright & Cur-ra- n. Klak' Pkiceu. We inspected Klass' purchased thefarm of W, F. Pittman, prices the other day and found that he is Mr. Tho." 'UoalierWiff' next week THepeorgelcvwn 2ima;aysof the Lost selling goods at less than houses which are I will tell on the premliea In HuttonylUt, ship his goods to Sumner county, Kansas, DEC. 13. MSI. a Rood Home and Lot Canse. "The univtrsal verdict Is that tho oflering them at and 1elow cod. For inr JJouMUold or Kitchen Furniture, Terms and will probably locata, there, HaThae and mknown on dayand tale, beautiful and meritorious in the stance: Oiod calico at 3 cents play Ii rtf yard. to .Mr. uro, rade n'A LTEIUICSTOX. highest drgrerrand. the perfonnnnoe a de- Great Western cotton at 7 cents per ysrd;' soiu nis iarm in mis county Moore i . cided luccces,1' Col. Bennett ILoung was here WedFruit of tlie Iom $; good canton fliontl TiltlvTV Dat" Yes, for a whole 0 cents; men's nnilerabirts 25 cents each; nesday and "they do cay" offered to bet . year, for hat matter, Klasa will sell you all wool flannel 17J cents per yard; calf .three. suits of clothes thatthe Louisville "tfAi Joha'Crals's utatf.l wll offer at Agentof be here in less any goods In his store at prices that no skin shoe, SI 25 a puh; men's boots, full Southern railroad'-woulkinic uctlon Of not wld privately Utortjon to undersell. Paste stock, $1.75 per pair, and hundreds of oth- than two years. house it; Stanford dares " tblnooticeloyou hat. -- Col. Wra. Doke7 of this place, who is koNDAY, JANUARY 5, 1895, er things eqoally as low in price. in every wav well qualified for the due Some one has said that it is jutt as well A cain near the irstdence of Mr. C C County Court dty, In front of the ties .of the office, is an applicant for the po- door In BtanfonJ, tho Tract of Land containing Moore horned at 3. o'clock yesterday to be born lucky as rich. We were far oppoilto the residence sition of Collector jrf Customs at Louisville. Uut :iS Arrei, lying on the Crh Orchard morning. It waa occupied by negroea and from being born In tbe (alter condition, hut ofMr. John H. 8hnk, He has already a strong bicking in support t!kf,and Utwwn the landi offeytoa Emtirjr and for the favorable wlcd, would have just now wo count ourselves exceedingly but II. J. Dart. Kcr Jutlhrr Intormatlin address me through-oliVthat Lebanon, Ky. 30H JAN. T. CHAIG, lucky. A shcrrtim'e gd, a nutnUr of our of his claims, which is increasing destroyed the entire property. State as It becomes "known that he ladv friends presented usilha handsome ' , The Indira ol the Christian church will yilLfe.chalt.Bnd now comes Judge French isi'an applicant. , a (JurU'mn lr for the bunefit of Uib have Mr. Ret zone came to town last week Tipton, wib one of the finest rockers ever Sunday scmi I rii dan on Cbristmss eve, and stopped at the boarding house of a Other de. made in the Penitentiary, for whose manu- widow lady on Fourth street. He was which - Wednesday, the 2tlh. OrrosirK factories he is traveling agent. The Judge nominations or persons wishing to use tho KENTUCKY, will please accept our profoundest thanks. agent for a "Life of Christ" and a close read DANVILLE, -- -contree are respectfully invited to do so. He could not have sent a present that er of the testament which he carried all hcu a. Game always on his packet. At the end of a MialiarerYi'Jt stantly hand and In 111 miiod, oriteri frfn tlah, anu aim-liThe Tragedy of the Lost Cause, which would have pleased all tbe family as this week, in dellcaclriedlnall atrlft and cu ihoit however, he left withoat paying his nnn. night, is will he presented here notice. Look out for the aljn ''Woodbine Restauboard bill and without givin j any ''reezans' rant" and call urn jouare hungry. full of thrilling Incidents of the late war, MARRIAGES for his abrupt departure. F. IF'. JtASOSJIEIJIEl DniiTllle, Ky, most vivid man-- . which are portrayed in a ; ... -- Mr. Martin Snow and Miss Sophia Gideon . Doram was arraigned Wed - 1I...U...1 .. t.o scene ib untriMu b ner. lne uauie Baker, a sweet seventeener, were married at nesday morning for disposing of, for filthy ing a very realistic one. Old soldiers should Saml. Flint's on the 1th. lucre, a small quantity of some kind of ! Mtendfng. take a special pleasure In On the 3J, at the residence of the fluid extracted from maize or "Ctostso Out" A man hailed our bride's father, Mr. Wm, II, Pleasants and Indian corn. Mr. Henry Rice was the alI will ofl;rat public auction to the highest bidmy place $ mllce south of HuatoDyllla. on friend Dave Klass the other day, as fol- Miss Sarah E., daughter of TSld. W. T. B. leged purchaser, hut tbe jury which beard der at theMlddlebuigplKf. on iumuai, ir.i if, o,, ray personal property, consisting of I extra closing out White, were united in marriage. lows: "Hello, Klass, are you the case disagreed, standing 7 to 5, 7 being all Mules, well broke and in go work 2 extra milk Cowi. 1 plug buggy at less than cost?' Klass replied: "Pio in favor of conviction. Gideon la to lancy Uogs, a Mare, stock Horse, several iiacia oi Hogs, RELIGIOUS. lot of i 1st sir-rebecause I am not broke yet, hut have another trial Friday. Uar.alotoi Corn, ouaer anu louaccu, iu- will sell you goods as' low in price and A Baptist meeting at Georgetown, B. Adams, of the firm of hay and sUto Frames, one Mr. Joshua log Wagon, 1 good in quality as any merchant and don't conducted by Rev. Mr. Cox, has had 20 Brinkley A Adams; Louisville, was quietly doubleacat Spring Wogon, 1 Water A. Wooi BliHer.alotofoakand chestnut 1'osts and Flat you forget it additions. married at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning lUlls, Household and Kitchen Furniture. Terms Gen. Green Clay Smith has just closed to Mirs Nannie B. Lillard, daughter of made knownon day of sale. J). M'. HVSS. F. M. Ware, the wide awake merchant II. T. Bi'sit, Auctioneer. a meeting at OwenBboro, which resulted in Thomas Lillard, Fq., this county. The of McKinney, wan in town yesterday and s 14 persons joining the church. ceremony took plac at the residence of the informed us that although he is not closing The Hon. F, T. Frelinghuysen, U. 8 bride's parents, the family only being presCau be Made out exactly at cost just now, he can and will Secretary of State, waa elected President ent, and waa performed by Elder Jae. for the cash in hand, discount from 2 to of the American Bible Society, in place of or loy of the Christian church. Mr. Adams By any man or woman, girlWOULD,who will organ20 per cent, any price made by any house thegreatlarm ise clubsloithoWEEKLY S, W. Williams, L. L. D., deceased. nnd his bride left on the noon train lot their and home newspaper ,couipleta In all department' in Htanfanl or anvwhere else, and all he Rev. Wm. Weatherford is now under home in Louisville. IN CASH. uka In proof of hla assertion U an examina-tion- s arrest at Saline, Livingston county, charg" Mrs. C. W. Metcalfe and her daughters paid; fortOsubicrllwrs, 112; lor 25 subscilbeis, 10: gooda and prices. of his for 16 subKrlbf ed with stealing $740 in cash and $5,000 Mamie and Addie left for their new home subscribers, SI.is, J3; Jor 11) subscribers, t2; lor 8 remember the In notes from John Tiner a merchant. MANY of our readers will Agents wanted In erery town and Tillage CirThursday. Miw In Atlanta, Georgia, culars and sample copies free. Send for tem. Miss Clare Doty, who used to contribute Pinkie left a few days ago. Mr. Light THE WOULD Is tha banner Democ:atlc News- Charles Harper, charged with abduct Union. KTtry Democrat should read frequently to this paper. Having married recently of Louisville, has pur- fapetoftbe JC; Jj Sunday, 1 80; into a ing a couple ci young girls and taking Hudton. Interest in Wakefield & Co's , Weekly, SI per year. Mr. John Triylor she has developed chased the splendid housekeeper and eschewing liter- them to a bagnio in Lexington, secured a stable, recently owned by Mr. Morris J. hung jury which ia next to an acquittal. Farrts. Miss Lonnie Guest went to Mobile, ary effort, Is devoting her spare time to The other fellow who was with him went to Ala., Wednesday to visit her sister, Mrs. per-su- it butter making; not quite bo paetical a We will club tbe Skmi.Wskklv ISTKaion Vas. Mr. Reuben Gentry, Jr., of Sedalia, probably, but equally as important. his reward some time since, having been Mo., ia hero on a visit. Mr, W. A Mark-we- ll .TotiBNAt. with the Weekly World one ytar for World, ft to, and S2 73; with tho killed by hla brother, while he was making has returned from an extended absence with tbe Dally World for V. A nice sample convince us that she does W, P. WALTON, Stanford, Ky. an auault on his own mother. in Missouri, everything well that ehe lays her hands to. Wantmi 100 buntieU winter appiie Bright ACurran. M LAND, STOCK AND CROP. ik Ao PLENDID CHANCE Having: determined to ao West to engage in business, we will commence ' ' d REDUCING OUR STOCK M d n ) 1 t.f ffT o From this date at greatly reduced prices. We will sell all Farm- Implements at cost, con Ofl e'MJiH sisting: of I -- .tit " g -- Wagons of all kinds, Buggies, Carriages, &e., fc-'- e All kinds of Plows, Sulky arid Turning Plows, And we will be glad to entertain a proposition from any one wanting the entire stock, and can prov.e it to be the best -- paying stock in Stanford. 1 1 Stock consists of Hardware, Groceries, Farming Implements, Wagons and Carriages. d f paL-een- ger BRIGHT & CURRAN. -- -- I Reference First National Hunk. f slV htl Na-tion- y, THE- tr CHEAP GROCER. T. R. WALTON, or , WisM ami S oiu ers ft t Bis. e 'X, ' HOUSE ANI IiOT Furniture for sale SALE OT LAND, Oourt-Hout- "i-'O- STAMFORD, KIT, -- i it- -. ej -- Masonlioimer's Restaurant CouaT-Hot'SK at REMABHABLY- LOW PRICES GIVEN FOR CASH, And to Prompt Paying Customers. No sold on long time. T. R. WALTON, Short-tim- e goods ar :K- - ',tf FUBL.IG SALE Beautiful Tin Seta ami Coal Vhbch lower than over. The ladles should see them. T. R. WATTOW Cannod Goods in groat vnrioty and lowor ovon than last yoor. T. B. WALTOlf. NowJCitroD, Currants, Frunei, Raisins, Figs, Dates, Macaroni, iny, &o. Hom-T. SOS-2- R. WALTON. Al-de- n, MONEY Finest Line of Caudles, plain and fancj, In Stanfonl. Mr Christmas Stocl: trill bo Immense. T. R. WALTON. ,cr'.r JT&t Tho best Straight and Patent Flours always in stock T. R. WAXTON. T. R. WALTON. y, TRY beml-Week- ly Sugars and Coffees wero never lower than now. ITC. PLEASE 0-A.IjL- (fi rROKKSStOIUIj WHICH SHALL IT BE? Fortuno-Tnllln- c HE SAW THE SIBYL. StmWctklfilntefiorlournal Stanford, Ky., December 5, 1884 tubUhcA Titeaaava Wnenpald Friday; Oneof us, 1ot, mutt stand. dark Where the wares are bieaklng In death's tracd; And watch the boat from the alleat land, Bear the other away, Which shall It be? That Tiirnril n Sllner Clnli" Into n Onlil 1 lolil. LLcadvillo Dumocr.it.l fortune-telling S3.00 133H ANNUM nuur (To the trlcttr In adrance. I we tine. 83.50 will be ehar-e- d. LETTER. " One of us, lotc, must bear, The heary burden that none way share; And stand all alone and desolate, where, We stood In life's fair d ay, t0 Joyous and free. One, -- either you or or "You can bellove In mining man to a not," said a reporter, "but I would like to tell of an experience ot my own In ttiat lino that hapunrd-ticnded Will practice In the Courta of Boyle and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals. ATTOltNBY A.T DANVILLE, KY., B. ALEX. ANDBUBON. UA."V, cents lor postage and recetra box of goods, which wlllbelpall.oreltheraox, to wore i.ioney rlf hi hi this world rorlunte away than anrthlu,! else await the workers abwIutelT suro. At once Co.. Augusta, Maine. rnlCCirpe,acotly Bend 6 jM.i...intnTiniii .11 111 r.. .wyaajsj WASHINGTON EJltorof I ho Interior Journal. newa-nant- And brokenly sob, "alone, alone," him that posstblr Mr. Cleveland maj And the winds will sigh, tolectiug of his cabl- have a voice in the Orer you or me. SJJSSSS tSt city And one, grown old and gray, Members who have arrived in the Perchance will walk atlll, earth's toilsome way; express the opinion that Congress will not And dream o( the lore that lire for ae, very find time this session to attempt any As the years roll by, legislation. Besides the appro Which shall It be? important priatlon bills, the land (trsnt forfeiture Oettiko Into Harness. "Is the Superquestion will probably be taken up, and it intendent in?" asked a gentleman entering promises to bring about a long and bitter the X. Y. Z. railway office. fight. Some of the member however,have "Yea, sir, I am he." ' not given up the Idea of tackling the tariff, "I bad considerable trouble finding your something should be done and say that office." this session, Mr. Morrison, it is under"How did you find it finally?" stood, is primed for another fight. He 'Oh, I paid a hackman $2 to bring me of the democratic looks upon the success here." party as an indorsement of tariff reform, "And what can I dp for you?" and has expressed the opinion that some"I want a pasi to Ltwndale." winter to reduce thing should be done this "To LawndaU? Why the fare Is but 15 f Congress is disposed, how-eve- r, the revenue. I cents." . . to make a busy and eventful session "I know it, but I'm a new member of in the of it, there la no lack of material the Legislature, and I want to do my full shape of pending legislation. There is, for duty, even if it does cost me a little someinstance, the silver coinage queetion, which thing at first." Detroit Post and Tribune. urgently calls for attention. A very reMoses 8chaumbarg is very slovenly in spectable element is calling for a bankruptis a great desire in legal and htn n.rnnal &0Darance. Ike Lew met cy law; there Schaumburg not long since, and looked at business circles for action which shall the work of the Supreme Courl; him steadily for several minutes, finally nettled reiuctine the he said. n nmiliK tn I . .. fnai T have knnwr. ,-vou more den j. uu l.n,l m.nnMiinmii vu.j-w."reiauons oi raiiroauB the Eovernmenl; and there are . various dirty years, and I vouldchoost like to ask to . . ! .! uuu us IT.J.private canal and railroad ecoemea to wnicu you one aeemuu, icu uu.J Ilk. uu.uu. . ....be asken to give a neiping a. ii i ConereM will 'Vat vou vanta to know?" hand; pension laws are not yet satUlactory "Who veara your shirts before dey vas , -. ;nrinnntil rl&p: and the friends dirty.-Te- xaa Sifting; of the shipping interests look upon last ss merely preliminary winter's legislation Mr. B.irnum'8 large giraffe has just died and are anxious to follow it up by broader at Bridgeport of a lung affection. It was mmnnf! the education bill present us valued at $12 000. but owins to the election claims to the IIoum and two or three ter of Clereland Mr. Barnum will dispose of ritories which have now a large and am- it at a reluction ot zo per cent. bitious population are clamoring for the In almost every case where a man has rights and dignities of States. It will be fallen in love with a girl dressed in a batheven if seen readily, therefore, that ing suit and afterwards married her a diprefers to ignore the tariff and follow vorce has followed within two years s, precedenU pretty closely in the approrria-tionReading (Pa) Times. there Is an abundance of important profitably .pend subject on which it can A Steamboatroan's Ilemlntacenoe. Pittsburgh Dispatch the winter. . S to have some lively times Among the hrst questions presented at will be a resolution in steamboatlng during the war," remarked the Capitol Oatatn Taylor, a veteran Sotlcn-sidin the House calling for a diplomatic yesterin rtverman, during a conversation of the action of the French day. "I remember onco, Just as tho war prosecuting work on the Panama canal, was breaking ou', I was on the steamer and declaring in favor of the American John T. McCoombi. Wo bad just received policy of predominance on this Continent. a cargo of corn at St. Louis, consigned to a gentloman in Florence, Ala. After covBeveral leading democrats have the matter ering up tho word Pittsburgh on the steamindeed gratifying to see in charge, and It is er's stern and putting in its stead St. gome inclination towards eaforcement of Louis, so as to conceal our Identity, wo left port, and inafew days arrlred-a- t the Monroe doctrine. The representative Florence, and a gang of negroes having of, the three great Isthmian inter oceanic comgathered here in an'Jci been hired, the work of unloading transit subjects are menced. It had not proceeded far, howpation of some action by Congrefs on this ever, whn we were interrupted by a party important question. The Panama people of about fifteen, who wore broad belts filled horse-pisto-ls and knlvoi. Thoy inqulr- are simply anxious to be lei alone. The with people want substantial recog- ml tnr hrt f!nnt .In. ntnl flrttnAmtnil thAt th Uicaraguan .bar bo opened to thorn, and when this was nition. The TebAunteplc people are will- denlod them, tho leader of tuo band, a big they csn get. James ing to take anything natnod Jackson, pulled out bis B. Etd, the father of the Tehaunteplc wafch and coolly Informed uslthat unless 1 summer to whisky war forthcoming; in twenty minscheme, Went to London boat would cease to b) tho propget some money. I don't undeistand that utes the itM rightful owners. The Captain he has apparently got- erty of got any there. But and ma'e hold a council of war nn'd deon the wav home, for he is ten some cided to accede to ths demtnda of tbo q'lietly to New York capitalist a desperadoes, and the bar was accordingly ship thrown open. WhlBky beer and vorking model of bis inter-oceacost $10 000 and occupies flowed lilce water, and it was next to Imrailway which possible for our mea to dq anything toward twenty feet of apace. He is now arranging unloading the boat. As night approached the crowd common coil to vet to exhibit it at New Orleans. The Washington Monument is booming happy and llgh s we-- o nunuvoin. l'ls oil along towards completion. The capstone and knives were used with drunken e but as long as their Ionian Is Up of the will be set thi week. The of aluminium, and wore acceded to they wero comparatively will be composed soft, for they wero too diunc to care ever made of that whether wo were olive or not. The U the largest device fnu high, and is as was kept up all night and started again nn metal 'It is about four feet (harp as a moderately dull needle at its soon us breakfast was over. Tlioy drank why this and gambled all lnv, only varying t .e apex. Tnore are miml reasons l '. ..i .. m.i.l ra used. To begin with, amusement by ahrotlng at the gins; I ilimuui-- ' bottles in the cabin, un.l we all Iihiv .1 n J and will l.l. nt AIU, ...1..... ..I... 1. ...... , .III',. I.. HI it i a. good Iwhmln? conductor '91UU&lAVftl UUI1. UUU .ft 1'MII left the but Bervessthe topof th iignming roi; mn tIl0 nftoriioon, the rev.-lery it does not tsriH but wjll always remsin and dlsuppuared in the won in. Tn weiiud ,10t l'.'vn.Bil" Ion?, howi-v.r- , when hss much the appearance nf .riht it ceivod word thnt mvimrntlons woto Lelnz military tribun.l made to bur.i the Loot and cantum tho moi luiiuiuui oil, you can feel nssured that we crawt t,me ,u attlns tho re. that has assembled in this counlrr fince ire dl(, not )oy small inufnder of our cargo nsliore and cutting cloe of the war is now in session in a upper room In the Corcoran building. One the toamer looe. We woruI nono too soon, for w bn l not proceeilo more than major general and eix.brigadier general of twenty feet from tlio shore wliou we reflanked by three coloceh the regular ormv, ceived n fusil ila of roc!:s un plitrjl sluds the long hand, o' the line on either Terry occupy Miles -- it which too'c tn broa lil 1 a i I t t '11 tu and Pchofleld, pilot-housand bro'.co t(u win !o . '.',. table d n "i howovef, escapj'l Inju-would be hard to Bod three more ' ' .i men. The stall Generals minutes wo were In tlio ml '. looking river aud out of their roach. ..j.., and Newton, Rochester, Holabird. Murray tho stream until wo came to u i believe It of dignity And power. I are men whoro wo could get som-- ruoi, lor we w re history of the coun-tr- ontlrely out, and thon, having ret lniishod I, the first time in the holding ihe rank of brlga-.!- . our stock, wo returned to rit.sliuigh." that a man heen on trial In time ot i. Eleven tobacco barns have been burnmaking short work ptace, and the court is ed in Woodford county, says the Sun, of General Swaim. since July; live of them in the last eight in England days. Bloodhounds are to he brought to n There are 1,401) xakiDg Versailles in a few days and used to run and Wales who spend their lives in for whit gain they may down the incendiaries. If by this means over dust heaps the fires are not stopped some one is going find. And they like the work. to be banged. ' Easy . . M.i. " .. miliar hit rnitlr-b- a ex- - i Speaker Carlisle said to a reporter that . m.... HOW tu """-operate. I ecled to go when the mainspring 'wont it wis cot probable there would be any wnen ins sioniacu, ner How can any one ba wen tariff legislation this session, or order' Of oouiao you say, ceneral or kidneys are out thousands of people drag Therein not time, he said, and the fact that 'et 'HeJan nat. aloifcSnlserably In tint Madltton; not sick abed, the new administration is about to come, with couitort and tnergv. lut not able to work battle or two of I'arker's causes democrats and republicans alike to How foolish, whea a anything like a right. Try It, and got feel disinclined lo attempt Tonic would aet them all ;eatral revision of the If riff now, lack your healtn an iuit. r Dec. 1, 18S4.-- The Washington, after he prophet in to President-elec- t fashions a cabinet for the Intense stiafact!on, is fully his own for more arduous labor, and is cow busy in planning the work for Congress It seems to have struck with great Washkkitok, Must hear the mandate, Thy Irlsni must die; And bend with agonising ry, That only God can hear, Which shall H be? I, pre-pare- d And one must close the eyes Of theother, the tender, lo.lug eyes; And k the dear face, that before us lies, The face so calm, so dear, OhI agony. Y ' One, when ths other Is gone, Will lean on the cold memorial stone; 'J . ml. r.ii ... ..j pened about eight months ugo. I had been down on my luck nnd bad spont nearly all the little I had, putting it in the ground, you know, nhd was seriously thinking of leaving mines alone in tho future, when something iuducod mo to call on Mme. Wilson, who used to bo on Sixth street. "I never did suolt a thing in my life and 1 felt like n fool when 1 wont in tho house aud laid down my little two dollars. After thai I didn't care it in t a; 1 was inlfor it nnywuy, you know, and thorolwas something about the proceeding just sufficiently myateriousas to give me n grain of faith in it. If the woman had told mo that I would die within a month I don't know but that I would have bellevod her, nnd I am certain that I would not havo cared a copper. "Well, tho madaine got out n pack of cards two packs, 1 believe, one of them Him wanted to know if I with plctures-on- . wasn't a mining man, aud inquired what I had come for, and I told her thnt I wanted to know what to do to make some money.. Bhe asked ma if I wasn't thinking of selling some property, and I said that I had some that I would be mighty gin 1 to sell. Then she told me there was a man, a dark, tall man, .then in Leadvllle. who would buy it, and that when I got the money I must uso it in developing another claim I had, 'on tho mountain to tho west,' as aha expressod It, I thought 1 knew what ahe was driving at, and went away with my mind about half made up that the woman was renlly an Oracle. I wns certain of it, within a week, when I was introduced to n fellow from Philadelphia, who agreed with her description exactly, who wns out there tc buy mining propeity. I huiirf un to hliu like a leech, (.bowed him the town, spent $&) ou him, In one way aud onothor, and finally, by a little judicious lying, sold him a prospect hole "hat 1 had for a clear $1,000 in cash." "What did you do with tho money?" "Went to work developing tho claim 'in the mountain to tho weat,' put every dollar of it into the ground, and just as the pile was about gone, struck a lead that assayed three ounce to tho ton." J. Attornoy A.t titwv. And Master CoramUsloner Hockcastle Circuit Cour. MT. VERNON, KV. Will practice In the Rockcastle e.Couita. tions a specialty. Offlce In Court-housCollec136J rmn. Itewardof Two Hunpred Dollars will be paid for the capture of his murderer, Henry lloberls. lloberls li about 3) yenraot eg, dark completion, baisl ejet, amoolh face and tery bud countenance, rather heay bulli, weighing probably 1J0 uoundi. $200 Reward ! MJJME bythefrlendief the late J. N llynedlct A THI GREAT Through Trunk Line me rarer! iioicu Pure Nitrous Oxide Gas administered when re quired. DB. W. B. Office South atde Mala Btreet, two doora abovs IBTJXIOX30N DENTIHT, STANFORD, KY. MB T. HUFFMAN, FAK3I ITOlt ' I STANFORD, Lytle'a store. Ottos boor from 8 to ta A. at. and I to 5 r. u. Anesthetics ad Il3l-iyr- .j ministered when necessary. HtTOEL TontlHt. KENTUCKY. I'ENNY, of the 1 have leen appolntpl agent for the salo farm of Mr. Pbiete C. HIsTo atid heirs, containing ol a ml la lr'u HiislonTtlle 1UH Art'CH, lying on th Liberty like and I hcret-- otfrr It privateol two stories a good dwelling-hous- e ly It hiii and 0 roouii. bcaldi-- s the an. eiary out.willdlngs. It is well watered aud la cowl, "en Und worth much more thau Is asked for It. Apply to tue lor further particulars. 2S7 OaceorerRobl.S. Shin II. T. Jl IflfsyBtanford. Ky. Wliloil Cliti ind illk Sstts Mile .ion uxtumu to 1111 MB QUICKEST IVIxiles r3.tf for Sale T. T. DA Stanford Female College. ! STANFORD. KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, This Institution will open Ita Fifteenth Beeeloo on the 1st Monday tn September next. ALL THE EB AN CUES OF A SHORTEST MUTE On account of my filling health, I onr for saU rur well known work Mule, M handi hUh, uted to the car, aound, gentle aud true pullers, an.l when I adTrtls In Tiik Iietaawa Jocbsal I bare never tailed to sell, nJ jooo at that. SOUTH & WEST PULLMAN CARS NeVhVinV, V.mVhi?. Lltlt. Ilock, Montgomtry, Atlanta, PaTsanab, jMksotnlll., Mokll., aad New OrU.as. '"! Stanlord, Ky. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA la r.laee Cars Without Chang. DRESS lam, m 292-- 1 - 9I&KINO SX1I.KV, Stanford, Ky. ! THOROUGHENGUSHCOUBSE Are taught, aa well M.UBIO, M SHORT LINE TO THE EAST rrosa LoulsTllleln Tatar Care without chaor. Hn I bare remoted to corner Main A Depot sts., and am prepared to aarte the ladlM lo lreM-Maklaodotherklodaoftewlnirln tha best atyleandat e. eollcltlng a ahare of yeur patron-ajreasonable rte. resully. THE IiANOUAOEB. DKAW INO AND PAINTINO. IH . In LU In Ik -- 150. CMIPD1UTC LHllUllAri lO r.c.iv .p.clal low n? P eU ferr1 ao C Ti UrffTO ....,., ..i.u...lm. .,". in luniou, (in regular D.prtmeuU. l'rloery, -- .; TERMS MODEKATE. I'repaiatojy, ISO. rat.s. See Ag.ol. of this Company far rates, rautss ae..or write C. P. AI0Rt, 0. P. 4. T. A. t Seeking homes on th ol this road will Loullll. Ky. P CD MO; and ColieglaU, pi InUraedlaU MOiVON KOUTE." Louisville, New Albany & Chicago THE SSg' C c; p o 2 CD D S gl ? i For full particulars, as to Board, Ae.,ad4ree Stanford, Lincoln Co., Ky, UU ai MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, Railway. LINK IlUNNINO OMjV Propr Pullman LOUISVILLE In tltu Palace TO Carst AMD SOLID TRAINS gip,; CD This Old and "Woll - Known Hotol Still Halnt&ing its High Ropnt&tion, AND CHICAGO .. -, "Well?" 1 I,. -- "The othur claim, the one I bad stuck the Quaker on, was paying him und some othor fellows he took with him abou $10,. 003 a week tho last I heard of It. K' b p CD CD C Iti hj P 5 m. H p. , Con-gre- T, to-da- y e Trlrkt of (lie Trade. I'hlhul0'hlii Dulletln. e Thov do aay that In shoe stores have a unlqus way of deceiving lady customers, 'their method is to lay asldo n pair ot shoes to which kotne trivial objection has been made, and brln,; foith others which are trio 1 on witlmu ucws. Then the suddenly i eiuninl era that a few hours preiious tlieiv anl,,N a case of sample nhoo w.iloU li.ivj no. yet been put upon the nurke . Altjr a lew moments In another part ot t.i o nblmh. ment the attunduut comes forta with the first pair of shoes condemned, doi. up in an elegant box, w.uch Is unwr.ip.Mi I w ih due ceremony, and the shoes h Id before the customer's oym i it a way that Is bo b tempting aud convinclnj. "Tnls is u now style," says tho "and one that will becom popular." Hive none of tnem been sold yot?" asks tho cus.ouier. No, madam; 1st me try this in y. u. Ah I just your tit, and gives your foo. an uncommonly , pretty look I" Nino times out of ten does the trick work, and tho customer makes the purchase, und all unconscious of the fact that she has a she which has been in the store probably for months, and to which she took exception but a short time before. It may be very wicked to deceive the ladloa In this kind of style, but tho seller eases his conscience by declaring that it is a doceptlon which has done no harm while it aided him ts) znako a sale'. sales-poopltales-person sales-perso- Proprietor ii Determined that Urccncastie. CrawfordsTlUc, IutfayctU be Seoond to no Countrr and t'klcaffo Tilttioat cIiabc. Hotel in the State in iti Fare, -- TIME TARLE- .Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of UTATIUNS. Dally. Dally. their Qaeita. 7 41 p ru Lte. LoulsTtlle....., M a m Arr. ()rernrutl......, 101 am 101pm ItagKage wlllb. coasej.a to aad from the tfe " HrxciAL NoTlca Paaa.ng.ra from th Knox-tri- ll Branch of L. A N. R. R. arris In LouIstIIU lo take iheetenlog train of the "Moaoo Rout" anJ go through to it Shall rreeef charge. O O .CD W CD aeeomsaedatloaa to Commercial Trasel.ra. The Hat will alwaya eaprlled with the ekoleeet braaslsof LUaoraaad Clxara. .HpetUI o S & g r? TraJ.M.rk. MUHKAY'H 11'KCiriC, Tlic Ureal English Kcniedjr, Kxhaustlon, Hemln.l Weaknou, Inipotenoy. and (ieneral Ijot of Tower ol the lieoeratlre Urgsns, ml all dllMlH thit follOW S Barer luins;. qu.nce ol youtttrui imprudence or ye.rs, .uch Tr J. M.rkv. the icei ol matured a CnlTrrul Us.ltude.Tiln In the Ucx. Dluine. of VUiob, Ag, and maay otrerdls rum that le kilo Inanity or In all csmo( Ke nsle WMkniu th (tmdse UU llkw a r, charm, rettortna Iom or fs lint gUlna lo the eye a krltllant Tr.raa-tureOld n. I 11 a m II p u " Chicago . TJWaiu 8 60 pro Thtrurxt direct rout, with only on changes) ears, to all point. In Wisconsin, MinnrvoU, low Nebraska, Ac. Kor lurth.r luformallon. addrM 11 Ufayrtt.. CrawfordsTllle .. ..... . 7 01 a m 01 p tn It. MURRAY KELLER, II. P. A . LoulsTlile. Kr Up CD Is aposlllTerure for Weak Memory, Lom of Ilr.in Tower. Nmous KENTUCKY illtiC'Ui-Hii- CENTRAL H CD II Ilotilo." CHESHPEMO Kentucky's OHIO RY. Koute East tm Shorten and Quickest Route from Ooa tral Kentuoity to all PoinU North, East, West and 8outhwest. Fast Lin LEXI.VGTOX Btwn A CIXCI.VNATI. tl, 1U1. all Druggtite .1 U aold Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. ttsrMurry's Hpeclae piekag.byfor 15. Also by per pekag, or six null, postage fre, on receipt of price. and.Mrkllnabeaatr. to the check, the roy blooom of health. After Taklag, Schedule In EftKt Oct. The only line running PULLMAN SEW SLEEPING CABS SMTFull partlcuUra lo (Nimpblet. which will be mailed free to er.ry applicant. Address all communications to the nle manufielUrrT.. A SOLID TEAIN yaoK to Stanford by Tinny A MeAUater and all Druggist, everywhere. JUTiiua Paraa A Co., Wbol.rale Aa.n la, LoulsTJIles Ky. rl Bold (JOO-ly- XVUttAV XEDXVI.XKtV.. Mo. KansuClty, hM if ZZ T ''. L? iS&SST 7 Tp-iiI n ?Ss 81 LeniBville,ClnciHHati Had Ky., CotuMCtlng In earn Lex-lngte- H, POSTED ! K. lOS.'.H tVBBBBB I 6s!as-c?- jj J II li! MjjM""i D j B?b OC r I; U m m p BBJBBBBB 8F WASHINGTON CITY. depot with fast train A Tkamt xx CnaKcn. The Toronto six-foot- er nic Globe rigged out one of its reporters like a rentxctable traan Sundar before laat and ordered him to present himself at all the The Direot Route toLjnohbarg, Dan yille. Norfolk, fashionable churches of the city, in order be received. At many to see how he would North Carolina of them his poor appearance and shabby All Virginia and Points. attire were looktd upon with aversion by For tlekeU and lurther information, apply to or addrea the elegant ushers and he was generally your nearest ticket office, W. E. ARNOIiD, W.J.ilaao. Agt., Ticket and rasa. IkU, AdTertlslng shown to the poorest seat in the church 339 fosirth Atm., LouUtlUe. Ky Altogether he met with scant courtesy in O. W. HM1TII, U. W. FUMjER, Uen'l Paaa'r Agt. Oen'l Uanaaer, the churches which be visited. Richmond. Tlrglnti. This notice forewarns hunters, fishenrsn and tramra net to tretpaMon our lands without per- mla.(n, as all ancnacu areuabieto ue procecuieu for In th. full .it.ntnf the law. Btanlord, Ky March 17th, 1MI. (Signed. OusAW.M.McCormack, D.McKlttrick. A. w. carpenter, II. T. Bush, Ulcglna Kelly, Oorer, B. 0. A J. O. L. Carter ll ,stsa Jbbbb SUSPCi1S DB WW XIIID It. Cobb, Bld, i Ut Hubble, K. D. Uhodee, C Bishop. 'ill .oa.Mi S8!J8S T s W t V9 BBBBB T. J. A. C Vaooy, J. Illli. T.J.FosUr, Harris, P. W.Carter, Ed. Carter, T. M. White, U. K. Marcum, H. M.T. Russell, A. D. Newland, W.Ulteni. roc';-Io.?iue- cap-ton- "My dear, do you love me still?" inquired a fond Third street wife of her spouse. "How otn I tell?" was the ungracious HUH reply; "you have not been still long enough find out since we were married for me lo whether I love you in that state, hut I Citv Derrrick. think I shonld."-- Oil At aefeed a Sundav-schon- O. A . Benedict. W. E. Amon II J. Dan t. AJ NewUnl, lyr) J. JT. Wealhertord, Wm. Burton, J. 8. Murphy, J. M. Mill, J. H. McAlIster, ,. J. D.Jone., J. Q- Montgomery - W. C McCormack, M. B. LtU. S. I3BBBBB' W'S'O'a'tf voolio BBBBB ''i.i: mm : sr-r- -. sr .33 a r 12 n a. i8 5 'alt ? ' til 11 I b.aSgi-4- FdTlllI 1S85. & MISSISSIPPI R. The Direct Route to ni? 'I.l'fll : I it ri1! l w. HARPER'S IU1U.M BBBBBB mu main-talntdl- UU. Hi WEEKLY, o i'.HBi .,i-- i! 1 20BBB ILLCSTJBATED. Hariier's Weekly has now for twenty ) oira nosltlon as the leading Illustrated week ly newsn.per In Alnerl'a. With a ronstsot In crcaseuf literary and artistic resources, It Is able to oiler for tte ensuing year attractions unequalled by any pierlous toIuui, ctm racing a capital lllus- tnieu ..rial siorr ny )Y i. norris; iiiusiriiiK an tlclia with spccliljcfarouce to tha Wuitand tsotnh li eluding the World's Uxposltlon at New Orleans; l d'-i- in this city a teacher St. Louis & tho West m.:r, m asssss SS8 P 2 B B SI 00.-- 4' I,! : I i P a1 BJ t t VUMMt ai s:-.2hs'-o-a- l s jine 1 Northwest and Southwest by the way of a new scholar, a little. irl, what her replied: "Helen French " name was She J.OUIS VILIiE or CIXCIXN ATI. An urchin in tin adj )inin room sang out: Learlng Chattanooga tor Loti- and All I 'What is it in EngIisb?"-Tho- rns JL1U1UU i.ttiiw ...1 v.wv. .. the nllk.Xill (oniiectlon atI..HI. polnti rin.(nn.ll - Light- those sl l with direct Thistles ailiilnnl fnr nt i.l . -- OH il. DIDK t " lXpreS' The prenent population of the world is lxut and all foloti West, stated at 1294.533 97a of whom 7,031,080 Onlrfrom LouUtIIU or Cinctn- 1A TTa III M .trn wt I mum laolnv two hnun ar Jews and 370,878 Oflfl are christians. quicker fill rH other line, glrlnir our paasencera than any lo classed ar time for meals and first choice of seats lu tialna figures leave 1)15.721,4-2Tbee going West. heathen. Bucken's Armea Salve. 12Hours Quicker MlfilS l!?.-- V m SS HBIMJ. S OH Si liii ."""o t MM "'" aissia-el-- r. entertaining short stories, mostly Illustrated, and Important pap.rs by high authorities on the cbiel topics of the day, htery oDe who desires a trustworthy political siilde. en entertaining- and Instructlfe family Journal, entirely free liom obJrctlouabU r inusiraiious, anouiu luelllier to Harper's NS'eek'y, letier-prmoe SEBBBB NOBTIt-llOUM- BEiBB JIAYWVIM.E IIIIANC'II. To76:, '33 BE I3B HAHPEIl'S PERIODICALS, I'KIt YKAt, 81 00 Harper." Weekly I OD Harper's Magazine,..,......... ."t 00 Harner'. Bsrar Harper' Young People " ) Harper'a Franklin gijuire Library one year,, 10 00 (52 riumbers)..: Postage Iree Xo all subscribers In the United Btatea or Canada. TlieTolumesoftho Weekly begin with the first numlicr for Januarrofrach ytr. when notluie is nientlouiil It will be understood that tho subscriber wishes to commencs with the number next afi.r tbo receipt of order. The last tire Annual Volumes of Harper's Weekly, In neni cloth binding, will bs sent by ot t.vuse, ii mail, toilage pain, or uy axpri-a- i (proilded thefrelgbl docs uot exceed Jl per Till- ..... ?.m VT now wr.llllitM . v UlUCI IWI HI l"". each tolumo. suitable far bindCloth caws ing. 111 be sent by wall postpaid on receipt of 1 Dally Dally Ex, bun. Kx, tiun. s in a nil 7 No. "31, a e dislin-guishe- y, . The best Balfe In the world fur Cuts, Bruises, Ine going by way uf Chicago. Soree, Ulwrs, Bait Rheum, Ferer Sores, Teller, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Bkln Eruptions and positively cures Piles, or no pay I lusrnteedto glre perfest aatlsfac-t- l' nrrn yuriled. Prim ti cents per box. Alwaya males I e s I'enny. i O. & M. Con-neotio- ns ' Pari... Air Mlllerahurir .... " Carllale.... " Jobnon " rtTlll...... BOL'TIl-ltOt'"I- Lto CoTlnzton. " Uxlugloo 2 00 4 30 8 20 8 SO tu, 5 47 8 00 a ui 07 9 H a in 7 00 10 30 a tu 7 Si a u pm p ni pu p lu p ta p lu ptu No. s y ...i dust-wome- fo Bone scraping. Kdward Shepherd, of Harrlsburi?. Ill-- , sajra "Uaflng recelred ao much benint" fr$M Illectrlc Bitters, I feel It uiy duty to let suffering Iiuinan-t- j know It. Hare had a running sore on my leg lor eight ysarsj my doctors told me hat I would bare to hse tbo bono scraped or lg amputated. I used, Instead, three bottles of Electric Illtlera and aeren boies Arnica Salve, and my leg Is now Bitters are sold at 50 aound and well." tr Rt. Lre Mayarlll. " Johnson 5 Dally U ro' Knn ! Ex. Sun I 'JO "NoToT Dally p in tic rast Time and Suro With all Lima at " Mllleraburir.... ."..... Arr Paris " Lextnxton ujiinioon " Carlisle St. Louis and Intermediate ! Points. H 6 30 a in! 1 39 P W. ........! 7 21 a m 2 -.1 7 41 iu 3 01 pi,! f 10 111 3 33 p m 9 10 a ui C (0 p bl Ill 30a in 8 .11 p 111 tiDi No Ferries! NoOiiinibmTraiis-fer- tr 1 cents a bottle and Bucklin'a Arnica Salve nt per bos by Tate A fenny. Ictrlc eac li i 25c A Startling Discovery, Wm. Jotnaon.of Huron, Dak,, writes tha Mr. hla wife hid been troubled with acuta Brencbllls for many years and that all remedies tried gave no permanent relief, until he procured a botllo of n, jri.,..'. Nw Discovert lor Consumption, Coughs and Colds, which had a magical eflect and produced a permanent cure. U Is guaranteed to m of the Throat. Lungs or Bronchi ii J'tnDj'fl al Tuh.s. T.U ba'.tlea &cb Rt Tf U -- . ,tli. Southwest. 11 you are going West to any po'n'i call on or wttto to the undersigned. Kor full and reliable Information In regard to Statea, Land, Ac, In the Western Tirlfpta Mapi. Uuldee !..-,.- . paiia .i - ind IioUstAhoId - ivs.saas UA (Uitcis ..AAal i.ivi inr West call on or address BTANIOBD, KY. Goods to all points W, P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. Mississippi Railway, Passengsr Ag't Ohio Ilvrrodsburg, Ky W. B. 8IIATTUl W.W.PEABODY. comolete sets of ScenOen'l Pass. Agt, Bltoof Stage,',20x50. EightIncluding gallery. WO Man'gr, Pres't and Oen'l ery. Beating capacity, C. W. I'AItle), Central Passenger Agent, Reasonable rate to good attractions. Addret -- Connections wade In Union Depot, Bt. Louis, with trains of lines going West, Northwest and Ilemittanoea ahould bemad by I'oatofflcs Money I.as. ey Order or Dralt, torold Newspaper are not to copy thla adrertlsennt order ot Harper" Brothers, without tne'erpress AdJrest HAUPEU A B110TUKI13, New York. chnrof OPERA HOUSE. Winchester nud Uxlngton to CoTlnjrton. Train No. 1 tuns Tie Lexington and Paris, and Train No. 0 Is daily except Sunday between Isx- Ington and Paris, hut la dally from Clntlnpall to Knoxrllle, Ixlnzton and Paris: Nn. a? ,tnti d... day.leaTePurlaSiOam: arr LxlnKton9 lOatu. No. 53, dally except bunday, leare Uxlngloa 4 80 ji iu; arriteParlsSis pw. hast Line: Nos. 3 and i run rla winrttMt.r rot rla Winchester and Paris ..,! anil Clmlnnatl,Ohla, "cl.". by t"?"K checked to any destination reached ."nJa railroad. 8. KB. MOUSE, W. II. WHITTLESEY, Ki". iraT. rasa. Agent, ow.Ti"?10"' K7' Irxlniron, Ky. C. W. SMlTlf, H. W. PULLER Qcneral Manager Oen. js igt tanlnplon, I). A vuu' C. '" ,u" mncnetier '"";' P--