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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885050501 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 1885 $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. Jletttt VOL. XIV. There bi i0 w ' wr fill rTKn&r K flWMft iflfcTf H mtfn fvA3 e5s5OTB il NO. 18. SAjhF &A BW7WSW STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1885. Courting a IWtAw. any amount of fun In oourting ayounx girl who ha nst becoms uted to it. She swallows all tho soil things n fellow eayo, but when it cornea to popping tho question or something of that kind, sbo gets frightened more or Ices and wants time to consider until there are enough loopholes for her lover to slip out through without tho least bit of trouble, if ho hap pens to eee some ono he thinks he could lovn a shade or two bttter. Young girls are timid anil shy in earnest, nnd if a fellow ii not pretty certain he has found tho angel ho is looking for, he can manage so aa to have the refuial of her for n year or uir?, nnd at the same time keep hit neok out of the reach of u breach of prouiirc suit, when he happens to meet some other sweet-faceangel that teems to him to be better suited to bis tantv. It i different with a widow. She gts rid of all her ihycci t the earlieH oonve nient opportunity aud desires to know of him before ho allows him to get acquainted The "diool girl of ix tec a trusts her iclf to a tine young fellow on a sixty or ninety dan sight without security, but the widow, like a thrifty wholesale house goes out aud examines the mtrcantile reports concerning him, and then sells to him on her on term for cith. She has him tiztd up before he conie to the market, aud when he looks aa if the were a very artlesi ere ture, and fights shy of him whenever he happen) to sit a little too close to her on the sofa, there are ten chance to one that he will never look any further, but will buckle right up to her and put the question fairly and squarely, and when be has done eo she is not going to tremble all over and blush and ask for a week or a month in which to make up her mind. Sho will just wind her arms around his neck and look up in his iaco with one of Klla Wheeler'i" firery yarns, and before be has time to catch his breath he will find himself nailed to the cros with n "yes" that pierrtsh.m to bis very soul. Through Mail. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNT r. HUSTON V ILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. The gray eagle at Junction City a few Wo have still a stagnation of general days ago killed tho hen that had remained buiinees. New goods, however, have com- - i futillnhcil TuvmtavH ami Frtitnv undisturbed in the cage with him for four menced attracting fair cuatomeia and thus weeks. life begins to throb again. tCj.OO ANNUM DESCRIPTION AND ANALYSIS Tho Danville Literary Club waa enDr. Brown has returned from New OrvTsn rstd strictly la advance. If we have to by tertained on Friday night at Gilcher's OT THE TAMC leans, looking freh and bouyant. He is van any time. 8a.no will b charged. Mr. C. II. Kodes, when "The liberty of the decidedly luminous on the subject of the oltiren tinder government" wai dieoussed. W. P. WALTON. Imposition. A, ono of the Kentucky repThe college home id to 1)3 thoroughly resentatives he also attended the great ... " vse i M remodelrd and refurnished inside and out. Medical Association which conveneJ durSpecial Notict Wheu dene the front will be on Walnut ing his stay. V"c ofler i reuiirkablts op'nrtunltY to V street and a handsomo veranda where tho The prospective railroad is a matter all our reailtri and to new tutuoribeiH to CONCEDED ONE OF front now ic. which elicits a good deal of discussion. obtain Kev. B. S Pentz, the new Kplenoptl Of course sentiment is divided, but the a splendid cook naot-- t rnEi! minister, will hereafter bold services regu- preponderance seema to bs in fvor of tax. to try the oiptrlnienl of No one want larly at Junction City, and will in a few If our people lnise this opportunity tbey IItIhr without raiinr. When wa do tat we days establish n Parish si?hool at that In the World, located two miles east of Crab Orchard, Ky., mRy forever after hold their peace on the WMit our fjoil nicely cooked and with at tho foot of point, which will be presided over by Mr matter of railroad facllilic. We are a pe wholesome farlety. Ojr "Rude wives" Bell, a thoroughly educated Kiglish gen- nlnsular now, and should this new entei-pris- e wilt rejoice in this chance to obtain, free, a tleman now living nearMilledgeyilln. ignore us, we shall be to all intents Cook Ibok that Is fast netting u National N'car the Beautiful and Rcmantic streams ef Tall Lick and Dix River. A dwelling houe belonging to Neison and purposes an irdand, ate thf hook repittstinri; (or in many A Paradise for the seeker of Wingate, situated on the old Bill on the A flying visit to Lit caster on Friday comet aa this very nne ueiHleil, nd oc(I lirks Kan and Nevada turnpike and revealed that handsome and thriving vilcopt nuke a liot of friend' for itself. Tlie cupied by a Mr. Yanarsdill, burned Sun- lage adhering to its ancient and honorable great chirm of it it in the fact that the day, The fire originated from a defective affection for the inspiring circus. In the The Hunter or Angler, or for Lovers. A Large book in absolutely praotieal, economical flue. The family was away from homo and early morning every thoroughfare leadlog The receipea are time-trie- d and sensible. but ftt of the household goods wero saved. to tho town was thronged witn every class and tested and hare been most c refulijr Dr.J. C. Bjgle on Monday removed of vehicle, every style of uvailable quadfrom over 20 000 nf the my bet the silver tube from the windpipe of HarJust Completed, with a Capacity for ruped and every variety of population, all knowledge. of boueekreper' treamulery, the little eon of Mr. J. O Erun, and pressing earnestly to be in lime for the And in addition to this tbe bjok U full if the little' fellow may now be pronounced grand procession. The streets were crowdwi,ahort and jointed statements of how t well. He was alarmingly ill with membra- ed with Board only S7.00 per Week; Cottages $5.00. expectant giz;r ; balconies and to do thinn and uie thine In the bet of A reasonable deduction for families with Children nous croup eight weeks ago, when a surgic- front windows were at a premium. The and Serranti. If and monejr eating-wiTi- . al operation was performed and the tube halt and maimed, tho cripple and the inyou have fifty other cook book, you can inserted. It was the only chance to save Preserve this Circular Season or :I3j rvjiaVr valid, youth and age, beauty and deformity not afford to do without this one, for it will bis life and it succeeded. Opens May i, It may ba of all seemed animated by a common dcaire come and tike the place of all the other Mrs. Ji II. Stodghill and her little llenefit to ycu Cbses October r. to behold the pageant. But I didn't see it. combined. The price of the boor alone is boy were at Alicctown last week visiting My mission was to explain that W. II. 00 cent, bound In heavy paper coTcrc. Address all Communications to ir-r her sister Mrs. I. M. Gray. Dr. I. 8. WarSmith, J. "W. Hocker and Dr. Brown cjuld Now for our n.n.5UUnHTr'R.Prnnlr. Vtv VV A& ren was in town a few hours Thursday. not possibly attend and that the show need j OEXEROuaorrtiis. Crnb Orcliaril, Mr. Mark Linney, of the State Geological not be delayed on their account. Oitcr No. 1. We will send you the & HSHHSfc Survey, who has been in charge of the HemMYeekly I.vrnruon Joviikal and It is rather humiliating to note the Kentucky exhibit at New Orleans, passed -Firm i FtrtiiJt for oae year for $2 30, through town Saturday on his way to his spirit of a portion of the democratic press as and make you a preient of the Ilotiaekeep. evinced by tho criticisms of Cleveland's home in Harrodsburg. Col. C. K. Bswnian er' NnwCaok llj)k abiolutely frer. The! .theory during the has been called upon to become a candidate administration. IiBE F. HUFFMAN. Ott, FROZEN IN MIDSUMMER. canvaM was that the contract was for tho for the Legislature from this county. Mr. STANFORD, KY. Ol'FEX No. 2 To all f nnr "iWribM Who Orflce South side Mtln Btreet, tiro doors above and Mre. II. P. Vass, of Mobile, Ala., are purpose of securing an upright, economic- Tho Comical Situation of a Man Ice. who will pay their ubripiiori xoeotiai in the Myers Ilctel. Trent to Sleep With Ilia Tcot on visiting Mrs Vaes' parcntr, Mr. and Mrs. al and honest conduct of public affairs. TureMtrocs Oxide Ots administered whan refull U) date at the rate charge-- l delfa-iuen- t Philadelphia Tlraos. Horwty and capability were to be the COKPOIIAL l'CMSItMENT quired. IN PERSIA. J. W. Guest. Mm. II. F. Atohison who German hospitaV in adratioe, we will Nor is and alo far otic Tho fjatokoeper utiee at all times slow in l'ertia ha, been visiting bcr ruster, Mrs. Eugene qualification for ofiise. No man was swabbed bis brow of the Ids coat-cuf- f as tho with make a crand doub'e presets'; mmeJy, a It is adtaini'tered often in n touch and College. to br prforibd on aeoountjot pirty affiliaIee, went home this evening. nmbulanco drove up nt 8:30. yearV mtacriptlon t" I'erm and Fuuittt, ready failnon, and to the tion. The man who had proved faithful of evil-dbo reterror STANFORD, KY. "Dot storm mode it bodder," Mews A O. Tallntt and F. D. Kig-no- y, N.w Cook and a copy uf H'u-.--.-ri Tho king himself is much averse candidates for tho Stale Senate, spoke amid prevailing corruption was not to be marked, ficnttmtlously. Hook. "Was is'tf" ho nsked of tho driver ai With a Full Corps of Teachers, dieturbtd merely for opinion sake. But to the shedding of blood, and has abolished at Perryville Tuesday, and speaking of OR when the President, true to this principle tho nmbulanco rnttlod through. the old custom of monarch presiding at matters reminds me of a nice little Ori'jEK No 3 IfyoM 1.4. " Froze his feet," was tho answer. lrady This Institution will open its Fifteenth Session oapital punishment. Still, capital punish- story entirely dioonneoted with the Sena- and mindful of his pledges, proceeds to on tbe 1st Monday tn cfctptainlier next. " Dot Amerigan was too fresh," grumwe er, your etttariplion to oar ments for crime, such as torial race. Oace upon a time there was a carry out ibis pliay, the bin and cry i bled tho gatekeeper ns he closed tho barwill liaTe the Housekeepers' New Cook ALL THE BHAHCUES OF A of revenue, are not un- good little boy named Willie, who had a thst he in recreint. The plea of the mal- rier. the II wk and Fam and Ftrt'idt sent you for n Nevertheless Henry Ilth, nged contents when fully stated is "we elected common; and tin' bow string nnd the sugar plum and he licked it and hit little one year for 60 cent. yenrs, of 1210 Tntwy street, was TH0R0UGHEMCUSHC0UB8E nominal terror. The pieces off of it, and thought it ever so nite you in order that we might secure the CHp -- re i. hut brought into the German hospital with Are taught, as well as office'. It was for thiis we toiled as patr- frozen feet. So the doctors pronounced A Simple IIemedy von Sweeny. A bastinado rburisbw; in fact, without it the and no one wished to take it away from W voted not for tho country V after an examination which resolved them MUSIC, THE IiANGUAQBH. DBA"W- farmer give a remedy which be Pfh-i-timtlicrn dtclarelhat chaos would come him bi cause it wh Willit's sugar plum. iot. INQ AND FAINTING. good hut for our turn at the country' will in nine cases out of ton effect a atnin A defaulting debtor, a thief, an ig And there was aro'.her little bay in to adopt tho promptest measures to savo T the Yon !ai better hear us, or at amputation. Letups singular ncciuemwas epeely cure for aweeny. Hike a tilt pone noramus. a highway robbsr, a drunkard, a tiessnry Mine town and thU little bjy'n nnmu was ot nn effort to euro himself of a of orn bread, let it be about two inehci provinci-i- l governor behind-han- d the next election you shtlt hear from us " the rosult with bin Tommie and he didn't Ime any malady. AU miar If this is patriotism the fathers were very common thick; when nearly done saturate thorough-l- y revenue the punishment for all these plum and be saw one in u rjom on the In Tuition, yrlces range frota 5 2S to 150 In ih summer long bo has been extremly footregular Departments. Primary, tiS; Intermedial with tar, which can bait be done by faults and crimes, irrespective of age, rank Kist side of the Court house, end he strangely ignorant on the subject and the sore, the skin poellug off his pedal extrem- ISC; Preparatory, HO, and Collegiate, f50. file do not understand it now. ities a great deal faster during the day making nn!l hole in the bread and louri- or ex, is sticks, and nothing but sticks, thought he would like to have it, and rank and than It would grow again t night. For Tor fall particulars, as to Board. Ae.. address ng in the tar. Tnii bein; done, wrap varying in quantity perhaps, hut seldom about this time Willie saw the plum Newspapers of To Day. tor, this ho stayed nt homo for ft week, with MUS. B. V. TKUEHEAKT, PrliicllMrJ, in a cloth, and apply to the aOedcd (Offering in quality; for unle-- i the patient and he said: "That'll my eugr plum," Stanfcrd. Lincoln Co., j. People generally, and oven thofe who bis feot soused in a bucket of well water, hoiilder, prMln; it tightly and keep can bribe theexeoutioner, they are invaria- and their Sunday School teacher who was every half hour. He which was ronewed may be termed steidy readers and clo?e obJ.U.TINSLEY, end of tho S.B.DISHMAK, London World. ini( it thrr) unttll the brcMl hHuie cold. bly well laid on. passing said: "No Willie, your sugar plum serve, have hut faint conception of the went happily lorth at tho back in as Attorney at Law Attorney at Lot. week, btit bis solo enmo By the next nnrnin four anlmtl will be "I mncnitudo and influence tho press of this raw a statu ns over. He tried anThe last time we hetrd from Senator is in your pocket," and Willie replied ready for tervict. It i very important Ho put in Joe iilackburn, he of the phenomenal jaw, don't care if it is, I want 'em both, Tom- country has attained. From a careful ex- other week nt home. that the bread should be aa hot as heirble. he was so disgusted with the democratic mie shant have any sugar plum," and the amination of the advance pages of the enough ico to bring tho temperature of DISHMAN & water. Another farmer siyn to remove the dttBcut-t- y administration that he said, ''if there was Sunday School teacher thought it wab 1SS3 edition of the lmen'oan Xcmpapcr tho water to that ot roll way drinking to tho take equal pirt of tallow, bctKwax, mar Tho uoxt day ho brought it down Kentucky would go very ugly in Willie to want both the sugar Directory, issued May 1st, by Geo. P. election an tea otul tuen mat lovel of boarding-hous- e row (out of bere' bjoeJ hcep' tallow, republican by 30,000 majority," but a lat- plums. of New York, it appears that ot Schuotzen Pail: lager. In four days ho nnd from one gill to one quart of whUky, er report comes via Chicigo. The irate was ablo to keep his feot fcr a minute and Don't monkey with the electirc light. there are 11 117 newfpapera and periodialso one tabltipoonfut of salt. Put the Senator, still having failed to get the Lex I t'a always loaded. In Chicago an electri- cals published in the United States and a half on a cake of ice. Gradually bo . a.B .kltnl iiiiu managed to loavo them there till a cast tuui nttiuic IhIa d nj ui l...l.k Hf. .I...k i ington collectorIiip(or tils nrother, now Kriiir, uicii (iiruj 3 cian stood on the top a ladder, fourteen Canade; of tbee the United States has was taken. By this time his feot wero together, tbvn put in the other two articles, and EDtloas .and raorruKToas goes his former figures 50,000 better. We feet from the sidewalk, adjusting a dimly-burni- ng an averaee of one paper for every qulto insensible to cold. He was, as ho and then apply it to the aHVcled part of hardly believe Kentucky would give a reIti 1881 the total number of expressed it, ' nn Esquimaux ut to the light. Losing his balance, he the horae, bathe in with a hot iron at hot or grnsped the two rods which eupplied the newspapers was less by S23 than at present, ankles," and pioxunded to bis wife, as REAL ESTATE ADVERTISER, publican majority of .SO.OOO hardenmi tins horre can bear. You m.tv work any other day, even if Joe Blackburn is lamp, Uaable to release hits hold, the and while the cam this year is not bo mark- ho sat over bis tub, a theory for your home rlxhl along Field, Firm and ing cavalry otllcers for Arctic sei vice. DAnnoonviLLB, ky. displeased with the President. Tho peo- current passed through him, and be bung ed ms in Home previous years, it is still con A Httlo before eight o'clock bis wife, Stockman ple in this part of the State are quite pick- writhing to tho lamp until the engines siderable KJnRf shows the greatest in- who was down stairs, hesml frightful A good story is told of a certain promt ed with Mr. Cleveland's course. Osrens-- b which supplied it wero stopped, when his crease, the number being 7S, whilo Illinois shrieks issuing from her husband's room. K"M to Lands buiwUtaulsoldorexchaned. nent railway director, who Is equally reto find him still sitor tru proved ro Messenger. Louisville follows with a gain of 77. It is curious to She rushed dead body fell on the ground. stantlvou hand lase and MaU tracts bad nowned for his ability to take or mike a notice that New York, the scene of so ting over his tub. His feot, however, out I or unimproved hnds. Land titles Investigated An old man was being tried under au Times, entirely disappeared. "Cut 'em oke. A railway employee, whose home is ana abstracts made. Will also negotiate loans on activity during the last icqutst of lunacy in a court at Bowling "Why is it that men admiro ladles who much political Cut 'em out I" yelled Mr'. Lelth. His wife estate security. in the ciumry, applied to him for a pass should have only about cne- looked nt tho tub and saw two ankles pro. good real reasonable. Correspondence solicited. Grien, one of tho jury being Mr. Lewis have small feet?" asked Mrs. Smith o! her campaign, Cimges to visit his family. "You are in the emthirdaa mtny newspapers as tbe State of truding from tho two hugo cokes of lee Potter, a prominent member of the Chris- husband, beou ploy of the couiaut?" inquired the gentle asked the alleged small feet until after Pennsylvania. As an index of the com- upon which her husband's feet had bis "They don't admire tian church. Mr Potter alluded to. 'Yes." "You receive lunatic "if his condition wsb not brought they are married," replied Mr. Smith. prosperity of different placed. Ho had gone to sleep and man parative growth and melted completely through the "Yes" ''Well, about by too much relielon?" "Too much your par regularli?'' "And why should they admire small feet Bectiona of the country, especially the Ter- feet had cakes. After a few futile attempts to now, suppose you were working for a farm religion?" he answered promptly; "why, sir, then?" ritories, the number of new papers forma llberato her husband's understanding with &: aaTwi,r would you ex"I don't know, unless it is on the prin an Interesting study, and may well occupy a darning-needl- e be permitted to serve mares at er, imtead of the and tho back of ft hairgot religion enough to be a I havn't brush, Mrs. Lclth bethought herself of the 8S tho Season or $10 to Iusuro n Llrlns; pect your employer to ttke out his horse Mr. Potter concluded that there ciple that an icicle isn't as cold as an ice- the attention of tho curious. This speedily accomplished tho every Saturday night and ctrry you horm?" was no doubt about tho man's insanity and berg." Coll. Newman Independent. Some person sends to a New York jour tbe deslrod purpose, but Mr. iVIth's feot This kaemed a pner, hut it wasn't. "Nj" tiought he ought to beat once sent to an This beautiful horse n.,i.,itnn n l PHlliree: high and possesses whlclt One of the best manures for the garden nal a four column article which endeavors wero found to be in tbe condition u Isn red sorrel, N5K bauds eitd the uin promptly. "I would nut In America. He has made tho Gorman hospital doctors uro trying to much style as asylum. is mado by mixing two bushels of fine bone to prove that Gen Grant is the man-chili '"""Lewis, "! thx'; bat if the ftrnnr htl his horses It ln2.3S on xue irac. by milkers are not beef fat. nor with a wagon load of stable manure. The referred to in the twelfth chapter of the alter. Hrst dam dallle The hel'Vliun Sovereign. by Motto, by Imp. Barefoot; out und was gain my war, I should call Imp." (ileucoe:2d dam they be burdened with auperfluous bone makes the manure heat move quick- Book of Revelation. should Sd dam Lsdy Tompkins, by American Kcllvi; 4tti him a vary mein fellow if be would not let Bth dam Vojan pitorvsio!.!. Jam Katie Ann by Ogle's flesh. And yet it is a mistake to suppose ly, and the manure softens or dissolves the wife of C. B. Mrs. Belle VanAn-dalo- , The employes ctme out three Maid of tbe Oaks, by Imp, Expedition; me ride." conparticles of bone. If water with wbich sul- Van Arsdale, died at Harrodsburg, after a Old Maid of the Oaks, by Imp. spread Eagle; 7ta that their condition is a nutter of no minutes after wit't a pin gol for twelve dam Annetta. by Shark; 9tli earn by Nelsons ALEX. ANDEHBON, see a herd of cowa no more phuric acid has been mixed is poured en sequence. To Itocklog ham: otti dam ny'irue wmg; auin um. lingering illness, eged 37. manthi. Gallant; than animated shadows is an indication of the heap, it will prevent loss of ammonia, ATTORNEY AT LAW, by Baylor's12th dam llth .1.... by !li.p.ll'.sonTmn. Buck Ien's Arnica Sal re, Ol Kegulous; br Imp. dnouiedo, DANVILLE, KY., TheUOTok Gon. The K glish gov a poor dairyman. Diiry cowa should be Most stable manures are deficient in phosHautboy. Norton Hambletonlan's 1st am Mary. for Cuts, Itrultea, Thebcet Silroln tho world In the Courts of Boyle and adjoining by Norton, by Old Lexington, (whose reputation Will Practice guns, well fed with ernrmnt hw ordered three 110-tofood, with phate, which the bone supplies. Sores, Ulcus, Salt itheuru, fever Bores, Tetter, onuntles and la tbe Court of Appeals Is worM.wlde:i ad dnm by llambletonlan, the aire and of theas on is to be deli vered in Octo- sufficient Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin of a host ol tucc'isful trotters. properties to main I w 111 also stand at tbe satre time and place Clara (slyly): "Of all the months of the Eruptions and pojltlvely cures riles, or no pay reber next, another in Jmu ary aud tho tbi.d tain a high state of physical vigor. It is J. B. FISH. which do you think is quired. I U guaranteed to give perfest satlsfac-tlo- r A XO. 1 JACK ! At Law, in April, IMG. The price per gun is JCh"- ,- harJly the thing to have to lean a oow up year, George, dear, or mo y relunled. 1'rleo 2J coats per box. And Master Commissioner Uockcastle Circuit Cour. the happiest for lovert?" at reasonable MT VERSOS, KY. 500; the projectile is 1,8001b ; the charge is against the fence to milk her. At SA' to insure. On sale t Penny . McAllsler. Will practice In tbe llncixastla Courts. Collec- rates, but no responsibility .for Ljwta r acciGeorge (of a thrifty nature): "May is the lor 000 lb. of C3ci powder; the mule velocie ll-a spwdalty. Oiflr In iT.U'ALIUJnfiiVKXS. rnk dents. tions Bona Scraping, . n Enc to Rumia has more soldifra and more elilpi happiest because it is tho cheapest." ty Is '2,020 feet per second; the maximum Edward Shepherd, of Hirrlaburg, 111., says "Cheapest Hoy,?" any other country in the Clara. "Havluu received so much bennrlt from Electric powder pressure is 17 tons per square inch. of war than standing army there are George: "It is too late in the season for Hitters, I feci It my duty to let suffering utiuiau-It- y The velocity and pressure are. of course, world. In her i knotv It II.ivo lint a running sjre on my le now has .J5S ships in oysters and too f arly for icecream only estimated, although they are bssed on 7SO.O0O men, and she lor eight ytars; my doctors told me that I would 5125,000,000 a year to Yorl; Tinns. scraped or It,; amputated. have toliavo tlie lono the experience gained with the Italian guru, her navy. It costs bottlai of Metric lllltera 1 used. Instead, true keep her tnl'itary establishment on a peace ("Scientific American. l now and boots are quite and wtoo taxr Arnica halva, and my soldIsat SO That pegged shoes are Elwlrlo fo.ititif , and her military authorities say extensively tfed might ha inferred from the sound aand well" HucSctlii'n Hitter Silro at 20 Arnica letitu IhU1h and Nine person worn roiMed to deth Mc Mister. tie; can place 2 300000 trained men urdcr fact that a company at per box liy I'enny A is no flatterer. Would you in a tenement house in New York Satuiday aruis in war time. A StartJIng Discovery. Birtlett, N. II., is turning out the little make it tell a sweeter tale? hurts and many sorts of nils of night. Ur. Win. Johnson, of Iluruu, Pat., writes tlm A prosperous merchant of Mocroeville wooden nrtioles at the rate of one thousand, wire had Ixsn troubled with acute Itronohltls Magnolia Balm is the charm- man and.. beast need a cooling. JUST AS GOOD, six months in eight hundred bushels a day, and has or- his mauy yiars aud Hint nil reins J las tried jfavo no A'a., nerved four yew snd for - dealers may tell ) ui Mauy iiDarriipulouer that almost cheats the lotion. Mustang Liniment. tl" luv the Cji federate army, wis in eixly-tw-ders on hand that will tcquiro eeveral permanent rsdlsl. until he procured n bottle of v reiiicilkM for Coughs and Culdt equal In merit and in br. Kim's New Discovery lor Consumption. looking-glas- s. wounded lire times, once shot months to fill Coujbsncd Colds, Thlch had n magleal etlect and Jmt as good ns ilia lit iIUU Ir. battle, wa produce! a permanent cure. U Is Kuaraulcod to throujb tho lunj,, had his left leg taken ItiwHiiku (.'until und Lung Syrup, unlM )ot Insist the Tnroat, Luugs or Maj. John D. Harris will represent tho cure all dlsauxs ofVoltlM frosat Penny AIroneni r tlilis remedy and will taka no ollxr, you nra off by a oinnnn shot, and yet lives a vIThUs. Trial ite.sii J' tilm W emti atU District in the next Senate. Madison lUMo to be greatly deled. i'rlM, let!. genial Rentleman. healthy, A Stags. tSolJ lJSIl rr :illp-ir falwM -- i? $$ it!"'- Jjjjjrinijs Dripping Spring Mountain, Health audi Pleasure, SUMMER HOTEL, labor-sUTin- g w -- Kj-.-A- -l pBgfe&a m5p i' g tze 8UIIGJ30N DKNTI8T, Stanford Female jer ot cal quasi-politic- nl fifty-sevo- d n TERMS MODEKATE. -- TINSLEY, Row-ellttC- ), Real Estate Agents B 12,-07- up-stnl- rs - Norton Hamiltonian. Camp-bellite- ." it, siss?. ico-plc- ex-pec- bt "-- Os-a- flesh-formin- g Attorney Court-hous- ew The Mirror All Sorts of I SlOd. ly Msltotoru TO. ..... twuwwfflnHwaanwM'M"' raI ihmiuw LOVE HIDING. .3 uitJuiumjiwjffjnlJuiJU";n'Jmgmniuiji'ii'i" lilt rerutlnr Towers in.imi'wjm Mi, , Mu. mi iMimim an nuuuiumwMiMiMM'i ' """ ""'gi-"y""yj""'l",'"- 1 2fi rmbltihcit TucMlnv and Friday ta.OO t33n ANNUM sVhsnpsM strictly In ndrance. H o hare to time. 83.00 111 bo chargil. Trait ut W. P. WALTON. I MIXED BLOOD. philosophizes nnlf-llrcci- ls Bark It was, around, above, But ho canio again, my lovo I Chill an 1 drear, wan November, Wo recall tho happy Spring, wo remember Whllo bowlldci-oWhen His woods bogan to sing All nlivo with leaf and wing, Leafless lay the silent grovo; But lio camo again, my lovo I "'JSiw? Hon. Helen Noel.) Lovo was playing hide and sock, And wo doomed that ho was cone. ' Tears were on my withorod check For tbo totting of the sun; MORE WONDERS. FRESH DISCOVERIES IN THE YELLOW-- f STONE NATIONAL PARK. GEN. JOE JOHNSTON. of ObsorvatlcK anJ Other ChnrnctcrlttU. Oor. St touts ltcpubtlcan. Hero aro a fow nnocdotos of Gen. Jo3 Johiwton, illustrative of his porullar pxiwers of oteorvntlon an 1 other characteristics of mind which havo not npiearod in print: After asiuintrig command of tho army of tbo Tennessee, at Dalton, a grand review was ordorod, nml Goiv, Johnston, superbly mounUil on n inngulflcont tboroughbro I bay, came svrcoplng down our lino, followed by the usual civalcnde of general and stall olllcers. He would hult a tuomsnt Iu front of tlie colors of each roglmont, fnco to tbo lino nnd rnlso his cap with martial grace never excelled. Iu passing our regiment his quick eye caught the gallant bearing of our boy colonol, John li Murray, thsn nbout 21 year of nge, who had been ft cadet at est Point for two years, and was notably distinguished for what the boys culled a "gallus salute." After Hit jmral) Gen. Johnston sought our brigadier, Govan nnd inquired the name of In ymmg colonol of tlie "grand martial salute;" and nfter hearing of his proud achievements as tbe the boy him of the brig.vl.y he invited him to bis headquarters nnd cn'ijrtnhial li tin for a week. Tho colonel usl t- - say that "he Iiicked up moro solid chunks of rielom that wwk than he had ever done In his life before." The brilliant career of this gallant boy closodwlth the campaign In the Inst bn'tie nrouiid Atlanta, w hero he "foremost fighting fsll" with a bullet-hol- e through his commission of brigadier general iu his breAst-pooke- 3Eyoniirioiv AND ANALYSIH of ROCK CASTLE SPRINGS, lslv V , j Itciuarknblo Objects of Interest In tlio l4wer flcyscr HnslitltollInK 1'nlnt Wri x Ilouls S!iill Mnrs-elou- s Oej-Kc- , Tlio Holllng Siind. nowcrs Sftr smllsssstsssstWT J ftL t JW'Tr iA? Jismf sssiri ""1 i ssssm. ' r1 "GATH" on the AMERICAN MIXED RACFS. And our melancholy frost Woke to radianco in his rnys Who woro tho look of one wo lost dim days; In tbo far-aa-y No prayer, we sighed, tho dead may moro, Yot ho camo again, my love I Lovo went to a'eop, but not forovor, Atul we deeruoi thnt bo was dead; Nnv, shall aught avail to tovor Hearts who onco indeed weM wedf Oarlands for his crave we wove, Yot bo came again, my lovo! triio Cnimiltnn Icn.-l'cor- ilo 31Ioml In Mexico Tlio Simutsti and Central Aincr- of Mountain an I or I'lnln Our future. Cincinnati Enquirer. THE V Scrap-Hoo- k DIME: NOVEL CURE. Spanish blootl in tlie countries to tho south of us shows all tiie changes tbo r strange coaliEnglish bloxl will tions. Tuo Euglbh blood bos mlxoU with but two 'tiler races; the Aruerioatis have greatly Mixed with tbo negroes, iiud tbo British bnvo somouhnt mlxoJ with tbo Ilia doos or tbo general inbnbltinti of India. You seo tbo tarns results in tlieso two tbo American negro will tnfco a bond in any futuro wars of this country, and tbo British Hindoo is showing an omhnrrasslng raal just now to do all tbo fighting for the British. The American? bnvo n? vor mixed the much with tbo Indian squaws; blood Indian in our of wero mainly made by the country Scotch of tbo southern states among the Chorolcees and ono or two other nations. Ilraco you find in tbo northwostaru part of British America that tbero aro two distinct typos of Indian of whom Biol is an illustration, nnJ the Scotch It fccms that tbo Scotch and French at this timo rather fraternize. There is nothing wondorf ul in this. Scotland had n long political connection witb tho J French. Before Scotlanl, under the great individuality of John Knox, allied hor-el- f politically with Eogland, tbo Scottish throne was occupioJ by French of whom 3Iary Queen of Scots was tho moat celebrated. You will observo that tho belligerent families among tho CbcroUeos nearly all bavo Scotch names, liko Ross, or Ridge, or Mackintosh, or jicGllvray. Old John Knos himsjlt derived his political education from tho French, just ns Mary Queen of Scots, whom ho betrayed to the English, derived bcr interesting characteristics from bei French mother and husband. Tho Spanish countries bavo shown vorv different dogrees of liberality, according to tho clement with which tbo Spanish blood fraternized. In Mexico tbo Spanish raco it mixed with Aztec or Indian. In Central America it is mixe 1 with Indian, also, but with very frequent exviptions. In northern South America tbo Spanish typa often exists clear, and tbero it is Eoldom tranquil. Brazil is but littlo Spanish, and chiefly Portuguoso. In Paraguay tho In dian oloment in tbo ruling class is almost paramouut. In tho Argentine country nno in Uruguay there is an admixture of Italiau After all, tho nature and of Anglo-Saxoof tho country itself very much allucts th race. In tbo Argentine country is gooc land, adapted for grazing and for pastors, life, and henco the peoplo are tranquil They bad tboir guerrillas, as the Texan: with a similar country bai. The Chilians have kept their race somewhat clear, and they adjoin the Argentina country and itt (rreat poiMUUo, and bavo but littlo Uoscn land at hand. "When you go north to Bo livia and IV ni you bavo an arid and wile country close at hand, w ho-- cow-bonni? nlfect tbo race. Tho United States is tranquil topograph! colly; as whero the laud is good and nature doos not shako up the country much, tbo so cioty is bettor than could bave bean ex poctod from its components. When yot strike rough and jagged mountain countries like mountain Kentucky and Tennossoe, anc tho broken parts of Missouri you bavo i peoplo differing, yet alike, as upon tbo slop of tbo Pyrenees, whero tho Basques dofy nl civilizations. On tho other band, ttronj channels of emigration pourul through a people for years, n's through tho Swls, 01 oven through tho Mormons, will turn then into a race of tbo In our country changos o: thought opinion won and aro considering derful Vft our youth. aro in danger of losing our entiro interest ii everything outsldo of our own country, nnc having no foreign policy whatever, and per lmpj in timo of losing our dlsfnctivo na tionnl prejudice Tbero seems to Le in tbi United States an immenso number of poopli who aro chiefly hostile to tbo Americans nnd to whatever among tiom has beretofor boen considered admlrablo and successful There will bo nn awakening from this stab of things. Some day a brash and littli enemy will thunder at our ports, and tin people will suddenly wake up from tbeli books of philosophy and literary roviows t understand that it tbey do not bave faith (l themselves they will dostroy faith in thou from every other quarter. It is bettor t possess a patriotic ignoranco than a peovisl and unpatriotic enlightenment. No nation on tho globs tday is to hostili to foreign influence, to naturalization and t tbo losons of history as tho English initio: from w blch wo como. The stability of thosi poopio, their belief in themselves, howovoi misinformed, amounts to a national passion Our country is full of snob out of colloge who consider that thuro is n duty worth performing liko disabusing tbi American mind of its traditional nelf-rspoct Tbo shots-utidsmix-tares; half-breehalf-broed- s, half-broohalf-breehalf-brood- s, balf-oducat1 Containing tlio Adventures of the ltojs Win ltonil Dlmo Novel. Itostc.t Herald. Careful or Putt I. This Arxonaut.1 As an instanco of tho physical caro that ii bestowed upon Pattl, it is related that onc when she returned from her dally drivo, she was exaeodinlv thirsty, and asked Nlcolin. to request somi ons of their long retinue to causo a glass of water to bo brought tc her by as qdick ttaes ns tho cotnpara tivoly royal otlquette of tho msnagi would permit "Water' khrlekod Nicollni, in high B flat "inn mlgnonne, you know that you aro going to ting night and that water will chill your blood. Oh no; lforbil nny water." "Ibongivo mi i tasto of wfno," ploade.l thirsty Pattl "tVinot" roared Xicoliui, m his highest C. "Ma mlguoiino you nro going to sing tomorrow night, mid you know that wino wll' boat your blood. No, I can not parnili wino." -- Plenso, can't I havo something wot," begged Patti, with trembling lip, ui her palate clicked dryly In hor throat, Nicollni ponderel long and deeply, and a) length, with bis own bands, lawfully pro pared for the great ninger a soothing cognita nnd innomlnato. "Tho Chemical Basin, of which there nro threo divisions, contains vast bowls or basins of deeomposod rock, pulverised nnd in a liquid, jelly liko form, of overy shade nnd color, nnd so hot that It, would be Instant death to any living thing which had tho mlsfortuno to slip down tho oily walls Into ono of thess soothing abysses. "Tho mojt remnrkablo of the) boiling paint bowls I named Llndron's Garden, in honor of Baron von Llndrcn. of Amsterdam, who during his visit to tbo National park last Octobor was tho first to ohervo nnd to sketch tho marvelous floral forms that rlsa Incessantly nnd bloom a brief moment nnd then fade away, to bo ucve led by a never ending nnd over varying display of lillles. This kaleidoscopic floral roses, sunflowers. morphology Is created on the surface of a thick cream colored paint In n bowl thirty feet In diameter. Every flower form Is well donned and is never repeated. No waste and uodelny. "This basin lies south of Chemical Basin and is oven moro wonderful, though in another way. It contains ovor 300 miniature mountain', ench of uhich rends out putTs of steam and several of thorn are nctivo mud volcanoes. Ono of tbev opened at tho top like tho jaws of ft bull-doand tbero were flvo successive eruptions of white lava sunt up vertically about thro feet, when the opening closed with n snap, nfter which the lava slowly trlcklod down the sides of the mountain and soon hardened into a crust iko putty. Another dne elate by had an eruption, sending up at each discharge, n few seconds npart, smill nirirblo shaped balls, most of which fell back Into the crater. "On tho west bank of the Firehole river an activo geyser tout up every fifteen or tnonty minutes ft volume of boiling water Tho AVinnlpes Itexlon. about ninety fret high. The crater to the "Oath" In Cincinnati Ecq.ii.-vdepth of thirty feet was lined with a 3rls At tho outbreak of our civil war tho ranged In rows as it a colony about Winnipeg, comprising all of skull-likthe whito people frum Lako Suerior to tbo phrenologist had been collecting n cabinet Rocky mountains wns not over 7,003 souls. of cranlums. There wero skulls of evory Iu 1S6C tho wbolo papulation was UG Scotch, form and Fiz, from that of an infant to a giant's in siz and from that of an i Hot to IU Canadians, 49 English, BJ Irish, 2 Svlss, a Bacon's in form. 1 Norwegian and 310 The col"Near the Skull Geyser and close by the ony was running into the ground, nnd its revival is solely duo to tho building up of 'ivcr is n most singular boiling pol containMinnesota and Wisconsin and tho adjacent ing a coarse black tanX From Home inex- pliclble cause this black sand r!e like a postious of tbo United States. Minnesota, which bogan its political existence bugs bubble and falls back, leaving tho as a territory alwut 1S4D, contained water for an instant turbid, nfter uhich it becomes clear as crystal. Each succeeding In 1SSD nearly bUO.OJO joople. had 1,3J,000, Michigan 1,030,030, nnd ;lobo becomes n larger until the seventh, oven Dakota, which was hardly born, had vhlch bursts with a roiort like tho crack of instinctively makes 135,030. Thoreforo, wo bad banked up i w hip. Tho lof)kor-o- n step backnnrd until be becomes accusu lino uost of against the Lake Huron tbo astonUhlng number of ap- tomed to this pugnacious manner of coming proximating 4,OOJ,000 of people. The wheat to n climax. This geyor tuggoV.s IU own product of Minnesota especially bad bocomo lamo, the Concussion. " Vbout two miles east of the road lending iiiormous. If ono reads the books of tbo present day ast tho Fountain Geyier to the Upper on tho resources of that region, and then Cieyser basin is t'--e largest lake of boiling turns back to tho Information conveyed water in tho park or In the world. "Walpurgia lake is nearly two miles long twenty years ago, ho will soo tho greatest y ono In width at tho widest place. Tho iivergonco. It was related in tho American :yc!opedla, first addition, that turnips woro bores aro lined with a black lavatlc scoria killed by tbo summer frosts; that barley did limilar to that found at Vesuvius. Therd is not rlpon with any degree of certainty, and it tho bead of tbis lako n powerful gaytor tho highest yield of potatoes was only six :ontinunlly in action. The west side of the ?ono marcst tho lako gleamed liko alaliaster fold. through vast clouds of vapor that filled the The I'orce of IliiblU Sasin nnd floated away into the wools on Chicago Tribune. The oast fcido wns :bo northern shore. Col. Beosley, who is n justieo of tho peace black as ebony. The boiling torrent swept and accustomed to deal with tbo criminal )ver tbo marble front with a periodical dash element ovory day, was reclining on the and roar that was doafeniug. It seemed as tofa in his palatial residence, taking an af- .f a blnck demon wore doluglng an angel ternoon siesta, whon a fomalo entered and nltb a flood of iniquity, in spite of which it took a chair opposite to him. Not yot fully itocnino purer and whiter. It was nainel awake bo imaginol that he was in bis of- liepblstupliebs and Marguerite." fice, for he said sternly: of tho popularity of tlio park In 'What's your name? is a national pluasuro resort, Mr. Hendsr-ot- i "Maria tjmlth." predicted that tho travel this year and Hum-to- r 'How nU are you?' of visitors would bo moro than double 'Twenty-six,- " repllod the female, with that of any provious kenson. considerable hesitation. An Old Story ltrtold. "Whero wero you bom? Don't try to fool New York World. me. I know your sort. How miny times havo you bosn punished nlreidyf Don't A person C'flnolegnut Ielsur. who had galno 1 the Imputation tf being tlio think up nny lies now." Just at this moraont Sirs. Boasloy spoko CaMost man in nil the Town, been me stieh n Nuisance to his neighbor, that thoy deter-minoup from tho adjoining room: to bury him unlens hs wo dd undr-tnk"Why, my husband, what is tho matter? to Do Something for himself. As ho You are talking to my dear fi ion. 1, Mrs. to make an Hirort, tbey Smith, who has come to spa ml a few days rosolutoly refu-o- d place,! him in n cofliu ami Ixjro him toward with us." :ho Graveyard nt tL.o Html of a Pr .cjhUui. l Society. Ono Moro A benevolent Farmer, unwilling to seo n ILomlon Lettir.l bur.ed alive, ttoppod the London is to have one moro Intellectual nrocesslon and oirerod to give tho joor unsociety the now ono to be dovotod to tho fortunate a Bushel of Corn If be might bo promotion of psychological research. Tbo lllowed to llvo. When this, generous offer Coriwc, ho mombors are to rocount their dreams and ivas reroated to tlie would-b- e his Head out of the Collin and the oirects of them respectively or prospec- paitly tively, what communications In their timo languidly Inquired, "Is it shelleill" The be. they nny havo recelvol from tho other novolont Farmer was obliged to admit that woild through Mipernaturnl agents, ghostly II wns not shelled. "I hen," repllod tbo'Per or otherwise. The conditions und Qualificaion of lnologant Lslsure, "lot tho Fuuei-a- l go tions of membership era not too exacting; on." While Moral, as nppllel to New Ye-fmen with the woakoit jcMtlble intellect will s bo freoly onrolbd nu I "in nskod."' tbey nn about it, why c nil m't tliea.i But tbey must Lelievo Iu ghosts anl appari- Frenchmen end a lVtle-tu- l w.th t .o btatuel" inn-easinm on-ti- re o half-breed- s. Wis-Mns- in Britbh-Amerlcad o Kellow-Crenturo c quo-tlon- A trustee of tho Irovidenco public library las undertaken to euro tho small boy of his nterost in tho dlmo novel, nnJ can bo said have succoedod. He has met tho with Its consequent. Ho has gathered the adventuros of tho boys nto a scrap-boo- k .vho read dime novols, and has mada it his 3utines in n quiot way to nsk the boys ono jy ono who nre intnwtod iu tho o stories to ipend nn hour or two in reading, not tho jnaginatlvo story, but tho way in which die small buy has nttomptod to real!:) how joys otubt t y llvo an 1 what they ought to x allowed to da It is said that tho dlmo aovel boy usually roads tho scrap-loois rnp.dly in size as tho tosh exploits of the dime novel adventurers iro addcl to it, about two hours. Ho then lays it down in disgust, and nothing can ndueo him to return to thoo storios again, 'o asks tbo parson in charge of tho reading-roofor a hotter class of books. This cure of a diseaso witb itt own poison has beon so effective in Providonco that tho trustee In question is thinking of taking out x patent for tho process, lest other libraries md tbo heads of families auJ tbo guardians jf tbo small boy gonerally may appropriate tils Invention without duo credit, Tho scrnp-boo- k alluded to is called "Tho Dlmo Novel Illustrated," and It Is suggested to this gentleman beforo he goes much further that ho should put his scrapbook to pross, secure his copyright at homo and abroad, and stand ,ip for honors as the only man in tuo world who has so far succeeded in outwitting tho iverago American boy, by giving him a sufilclent antidote to tbo evil which, iu tho form of devilish literature, he is anxious to tako into his mind and hoart, to tnako him abandon tho so storios in disgust. Ho is tho first among moderns to givo point to tho old saying, "Look on this picture and then on that," and it is tbo other picture that is pun erf ul onough to wind up tho dimo novel business. These aro tho day 3 3f realism In literature, anl this man, going further than Mr. IIowolls or Mr. James, or aven M. Zola, has substituted tbo pastepo md scissors for the Imagination, gathering Lis horrors nnd tragodies from actual life, iu tho linn bcliof that if truth is not strangor than fiction, It has n wonderful jnjwer at tbo right moment over an awakened mini. nnto-iedont canoes. ISt. Pauiaiobe. Among tho recent arrivals in tho city from tho north was Mr. O. L. Hondorson, ono of tho superintendents of the Yellow-ston- o Natlonnl ark, who has resided iu tho park sincj lS&'i During that jwrlod bo has mado ninny valuablo researches and His Investigations in thnt jwrtlon of tbo park lying iu forks of the Firehole river south of Marshall') hotel wero especially Important. Tlio diecoverlen mado In tbo park last yoar nro con side rod of voluo nnd importanoe, both from their extent and character. Mr. Hendermn, replying to inquiries, said: "Tho whole of last Novembor r.nd the flrt half of December was so flue in Uk Geyser basin tliat n irty, consisting of myself, Assistant Supenntemlent W. J. Weimer and Georgs W. Manshill, wro onubled to mako the mot thorough and careful search that had over been mado In that region of not springs, spouting geysers nnd mul vol- 'I'fUsT' i7 &S$ufJP' rf "J j a IT' lBssssssssssV KENTUCKY'S ups Msy Ul, MODEL HEALTH RESORT lj sppllrtiun o - i "What tho old guldo books designate as tbo Lower Geyser Basin contained over n thousand objects of spoolal Interest, iwt over three of which havo been naniod or oven noticed, and at best tbo whole wasoondenseJ into a fow lines or a slnglo paragrrtiih nnd for tbo reason that It was both a t?rra In- t. Hiring this Georgia campaign Gen Jackson would often Inspect the Hue of rifle-pitand in riding down tho lino nt full 8ved be wo-ilsome times halt suddenly and beckon an oulosr of his stslf, nnd with a few rapid motions of his hand order an angle reversed tr the line advanced or retired In conformity with tbs contour of tbe ground in front; and on one of theie occasions the writer, who was lounging on the ground w ith his comrades some thirty paces in tho rear, made a wag.'r that he could attract tho gensral'sattoutlon Upon nrlslng nnd facing by a salute. toward tbe gunorul ns he rushed by, looking in tbe opposite direction, the writer modestly raised his "coonsklns." When tbe general's white hat shot up In the air in graceful recognition, tbe toys all remarked that tho "old man could see ns well In the rear as ho could in front" In pasdng through Jackson, Miss., to take command of tbo army, n large crowd o( citizens nnd furloughed soldiers insisted ou his presenting himself on tbe platform of the car and making them n spee.-h- . He said: d "If all tbs men I tee beforo uie were in lino at the front tlwre would be no occasion for a retreat of tho army." When he was relloved of command nt At lantn his soldiers literally shod tears of hopeless sorrow, and when Gen. Hood's plan of swinging around to Gen. Sherman's rear was fully detolle 1 to him by a staff oltlcrr nnd his opinion asked ns to tbe whdoiu ol tho plan, be replied with sadness in the pro photic words, "Too brllllauU" In social conversation with his stair, on of them asked him bow many timet lie had been wundel, "Eight times." Tlie stair re marked that be was tho mot unfortunate general in this respect lie bad ever known. "No. sir," nald be, "tbe most fortunate for it was otily by tho mercy of God I nn not killed upon either occasion." hastily-construcable-bodie- P. J. t'A.IIPIIELL, KIiiiiURrr, l'lshlOK seeson t! Ws'frtnj; -- s Jnns lit Cixm Ortot- -r I''i k f sitle 'prlngi, lit Ky, 11 W& -- M U3UB23RTAKER, AND w EA.B11 X A Full atul complete UHworliuent of Fiiruittiro, cmliraeliiK ov cryllihiKfroui tlio CheiipeNt to tins I luest Tarlor tSitltCM Ke iieotl to o to tliu larKt t'llles to iniike your turoIittNCN, ijo matter Trhatquautlty or qtmlllj-yontiut, un can ami m 121 ilup!lcai any prlecu you cjui olitain 'lTlit'rts CrelKht boliiR added. Alise a lull assortment ot CoIIIiin. Cistn, MiroudN and Itohen, euibrao Iur all tlio New Sfyle", both cheap and expensive. Ware rooma oppoHlte Nt. Afsapli Hotel, Nlanford. Kj. u G. D. COMMISSION WEAREN, MERCHANT AND SPECIAL AGENT. 1 Tho Largest Stock of Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Farm Whkoiin, VIIIiiko t'urtH HiIh and Knoll Hoards ever Ilroiig.ht to market, from the Cheapest to the Ilenf, audience', in different parts of the worll. Hut I have received very warm recetticH in other places also, I nwure you. For instance, the first night I sang iu New York I wns colled in front of tbe curtain teven times afUr the first act Th.y arc much more Jrm.inbtratl v in Italy tban tbey arj in this souutry, oven. Why, nt the cIoni of tho Teiforinsiice in Florence, the night I I "ScinnambuU,' was called ss.ni? tit thirty tuio , and finallr nuellel di.turUucj Use Ly throwing kbses at the audience. At nno'Jier theatre there, soon afterward, I was crdl-e.out so many, many times that I couldn't count them, ami I asked the gentlemen what it all meant, Tbey told uvt that the nudiencu would keep sailing tne out until tbe next day unless I threw them kisses ns I did at the other theatre. S3 I went out again nnd threw kisses to them, and, suro enough, nfter many expression of satisfaction, they let me rest. Iu Florence tlie interest in my tinging was such that the shops closed at 0 o'clock to cnablo tholr employes to hear tne." 'Do the audience make remarks to the actors in Italy?' "Yes, tbey talk right out. Everybody there It acquainted with every note in tbe opera you are singing, und tbey do not alterations unless mado with supreme ;ood tasto. If n prima donna make a ;bange in Iter part that is ntmissablo nnd agreeable, they cry out, "Well done, well loner But if, on tbe other band, she tokos an unwnrrantntlo liberty with tbe music, tomo ono in tbo audience Inquires aloud. "What did you do that for?" Thoy meet 3Ut ovouhnuded Justice to hor all the way through. They may co.idemn hor all tho ivay through until tbo last sentence, and if there Is anything l: thnt worthy of applause they scrujHitously glva It." CnflliU Tilings Under n "inl-- S?y of Audiences. Chicuro Journal Interview ) "Well, It is hard to eoHinare the of by duTer-e-nami npplii s demon-ctratiH- VInt EMBRACING ABOUT FORTY DIFFERENT STYLE3. i t Also a Full and Comploto Assortment of All Kindn of Farm and Mill Now Is the 1 lino Cullhators ami Field Unllort, And eo My Stock asd f t Pricos beforo ParchaitBt;. I have a few Sulky Spring Tooth Harrows that I am authorizsd to close out at less than cost. They art Worth tbe Money uked for Them for Cultivating ono crop of corn Machinery. to l'laco jour OnWs fur Ilarreus, Com riant r,Corn Drills, -- - "St. Mary's Saw Mills" Oa THE SEMI-WEEKL- Y A.Ms X.r.lIHHU TAIUI, tottoitbc Ksobt rlo hy J. Osrtri'i On.etry blorr. At Interior Journal ! roori: I'or sll Our matin Is "Hool ws'krt to suit tbemwItM. eta not And s lur IlMionaWo illn-'- l Ilatrt " I'ust tr.. addieo, mils dtp, Ky. klBliafsiiirsl nm:i:i.r.ii, vrawictm'. tttr I.umWr biilMfrssntleHi-t- n C3-- . 3ETL- - "Wt&tOYta ., ntrH'flt'-Vl"-"i. v nxrsuKNTS- - 3y yiTinr &('' Wr" , Iivllsnspolli, LnnliTlllr, Ky Clnflnnati, O., Ind., ilwiKrsIn fetpny . foni'. Dccku tiros.', A C Flsctawr, Vote A rioni', UsIJwlri A Ilslort'. J. Ce.'t Cotucr, Upright sixl Niusre l'Uno Forttt; Iiimtillshtt! trrry Tuwdsy ml KrIJiy st ths slso tho rlstry, sml Hsmllton Orgies. low price of ImtruintntsboU at prlci-- s iml terms to suit purchasers. Itoa'tglTo your nrilrrs till you crt our IJOLLAICH PEIC YISAK. Ky. DinTlllr, prices mil trrms. 1. II. ISaldwiiitadA rost-otSr- e, BTAK1-OHD- KY. W. P. WALTON, ProV. THO o a-oi- IF YOU WANT TO FILL YOUR GAME BAG, AND MAKE OK WORK SLL CLASSU VVutor. nonssnsi bit that wis chit it nt lea t 'orty yenri. ago. It is a losljie for catting 5la with shears or bcIssom. The statemiiit is that sheet glass can bo cut with the great-s- l s? oiw with a Kiir of scissors if the glass Is cspt Hilar water mil keps In n bvel psi-ioThat tbero is not a word of truth In it my one may easily prove on n trial, with .be result of dulling a pair of shears. Tbero Is o.io cutting procass tint can to All tho Latest Improvomonts. MttT done under water than out of water; of onions. When pared .bat is, tbs paring FOR DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS, inder water the acrid et lanntions, to ADDRESS to tho mucouf Membrane of oyej and noo, are dissolved or held in tlio wnter. Rut neither tho quality of glaes nor the Lamberson, power of sclaors Is changed by immersion SOLE AGENTS FOR n watf r. rutting on "lli'tcli I.odc." i . ) IHffntlnc Anwrk-iboa science was Iu iti Infancy, uuch of .ts fnct was tnlxel witU o. anl miiii if tho nonsonwj howj n won lerful vitality A case iu point Is tho recjnt repjbllcitlon of AV no-iss- BBC SCORES, USE Noatly nnd Choaply Ezooutod. 4 MINGTON F AND , m St- - & -- Mississippi Tbs Direct Hon In to- fi. t - Pl Louis & tho West Irfltl-ii- U Northwest and South wpjt by tho wsy or SHOT GUNS. Furman&Co., dlrrct lonnrcllvi' nt thmo point with tho IJlit-nln- z Kxprpas ou tbo Ohio .1 Mlssiulppt for St liouis and oil idiots West. 1 A TTrtnvt. Only from IuIst1I1o or Clocla-IJJLUUI b nati to ft. beltiK two hours fldlckfr tbnn any oilier line. Rlrtng our MSMnKsrs timo fur ineala and first cholofl of fats In trains KClnic West. U JLOWI.SVU.LEorCIXCIJJXATI. ISTlnj Chnttinoofti lor All Tnninn Isflllo and nnolnna'l uako lialUS E.Remington&Sons' Sporting Arms snil Ammunition, OFHCE, Ino Kolnii by way ott'hlcago. 12Hours Qaiokor MSJn'W; tion I'or Hrr Chit-afr- l'r.oillo'M Health. Herald.) draught of dissolved magnossia. A New York lady of leisure and money tailed for Purls recently to consult a cole- uratod dog doctor about hor Kodlo s health. The cur has a bad cough and Is doscrlbod as lulng "as ugly ns a dingy door lint." Hu is 10 years old and bis mUtretJi is ar.:dous that be Bhall llvo until ho is 35. Hup-Vin- o l'.ipcr. Hop vino3, usually a wnsto product in this country, aro tald to havo proved not only Exchange. Terslmmons wero flr.t spoken of in prinl good stock for flno paper, but tho host yet obtalnol for rags in French by Capt. John Smith, who clatsd thoit among Virginia plumr, but called thorn put -mills. irhilaaelpma Coll. chaniins, remarking that If enton before T l ctnfal Hint, nut r.t 10(1 mnn ivtin nnr. thoy wore fully rlpo they "draw a inan'i mouth wrio with much torment." Tho name mln In a 1irncj lmntl fit least fortv nrfl dmn. persimmons was evolved from putchnni.'ns. mlos and only pretend to play. It will bo Both aro of Indian origin. soon that bauds are more consllcrate than is gonerally supposed. Persimmons. bub-stltupaper- tl'ortlnnd Oli Argus. The police are row putting tlio "Dutch lock" on tUe dour of ovory ruin thop they 'liter Ui make a set sure un I find iu per 1 there who npr oni-- to U running tlie pi a . I'rotcctloii for the Itnliy. After turning the men outddc, tho police nail Doston Tr.innerlit.J i cleat on the floor, another on tbe inner decided that n man tide of the door; thin placing n plank A California judge cannot recover danmpes fnm tho parents awed to th right longtli, against the cleat un the floor, wts out, clodug the door, who ojected him frm tt elr house for frightwhich is (Irmly fastened by the jlnnki ening tbefr baby Into .pa.ms whllo attempting to kiss It. Gool lur him! Tlio baby within. Tho pollse then notify the owner of tins toen put upon too long. Why should bo tlio building In wbtcn tho rum shop is si tun-tethat he bus a vacant rent. This is called bo kissed by old and young, and by Invalids Df every mine and variety, whothor be will' putting on tho "Djtolt lovkt." ur no, and nolody rise up to protest? lot It Tho Kptrtiiiife War Spl'i It. bo known that the ma'i or woman who T'jo great nations of the earth gonerally kisses it baby hereafter, without flnt obto be walking uround with chips on taining tho consent of the baby and the sse-baby's guardian, mu'.t do it nt his own their shoulders daring sonn othor to knock risk, and not altogether at (he risk of tbe them oir. Tho onndltlon seem to be endemic, splveinlc, and contugioii'. baby, ns hitherto. 1 lit-.- s d 231 & 283 Broadway, WESTEHN NEW YORK. D. II. LAMDERSOM & CO., 73 Stati Strut, Chicago, 111. ARMORY, Past Timo nnd Suro Con With all Lima st O. Sl M. Always makes - - - ILION, N. Y. nootions mAWit; SHOVELS, MADE IN St, Louis and Intermediate Points, No lorries! IVoOninllHiMTriuiK' 1'orH 1 SCOOPS, SPADES. THE EEST OUR MANNER, GOODS BY SKILLED ARE WORKMEN. RELIABLE. REMEMBER THAT ALWAYS Ono Moco of Solid Stool. NO HOLES OR RIVETS TO WEAKEN TIIE BLAOE. BEND FOR CIRCULARS. Conupctlonsmado In Union Depot, St. Ixiuli. wltn trains of lines gJlnj West, ami Southwest. II you aro going West to any point, (ll on or willo to the undrrslgnod. For (nil nnd reliable Information In regard to Und, Ac , In tbe Western Statu, Map.. Ouldca and lowt'ft special rates lor Tickets and llouiohotd (iooJa to all points Wost call nn or address II. AlJiUl', Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi ftalhra l. WHY WILL YOUosugh wlin Shllnh's Cure Tho average consumptloj of wheat by vlllglfeluieisdlaterellslf each inhabitant of tbo Unitsd Statts is esti- tele ny I'enny MeAllMer. I';la50c end Jl. 1'cr t mated to bo rfr buibols. REMINGTON AGRICULTURAL CO., 1 1, 1 (IX, N. X. Ness- - Yorlt Office, IIS I'linmbcrs Street. W. W. I'EAIIODY, W. 11. HiMTTUO. Msn'gr, Cleu'l Pass. rlt ',t.an.11 (!en ' Central Passenger Agent, Agt, 0. W. I'AltIS, Murrniliiliiiri?. Clnilnnatl, Ohio. -- 4- 0 VOL. XIV. w itsa? L. ?H IJl 0 p5aK KS. ffivSk STANFORD, ICY., TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1885. NO. 18t MuwHttunUDUMUKariff . i i IP EVTi Kk! f jfr ipwS i the- - m M&S tfY 3f r(jK . ClQWB I N, WOMEN AND CHIL Throng our Store dully, all Auxloiisjto Secure kouic ol 'SjLJ&Pg GREAT prctlcd for i um 1 fdYv EVERY DEPA lmt-Iiifh- s In Stuiirord. The past hus been u year ol unprccmlt'ii ted Success, our Sules kuvlngruu Fur Bcjontl our Expcctutious. notuithstuinliui; maay could not be carried on in Stanford MiceeHfrfulIy. But ue intend to greatly disappoint all such. uu utter failure; paid a htrlctly ciihh v Our Bumcss Increase. To one unuciunintcd with oL.ri 1 huainM it timr ecom elrauca tliat thoro has beon any thing iu thalison just past or in that ol tlio praont to ; I ... t "il mo uurnuu .l. uuiurgauiuui 01l uuiouillM Willi il expectation ot liny gruni u uiu !.. inoroaso of trado; but while wihow the general cry during the jmet hcasoti to hnvo beon one of "dull lra A Goods for Spring and Slimmer From 25 to 50 per cent. ! Wear, than Elsewhere. Real Value. Some of our competitors cry 'Auction and shoddy goods," and instead. of hurting our trade, as is their intention, merely help to advertise us. We do not deny buying Auction Goods and plenty of them, but we claim to ! I k Th gronUr part of them at Less than One-Ha- lf We arc PI oung' Right Ahead, jlioving tli't He also made arrangement with one of the beat buyora in tlio city to look out for Bargain. Keep as Good a Stock as Any one m town. If we have anything that is in any way imperfect, the imperfection will bo shown you before you buy. Any goods after due examination not found as represented, money will be cheerfully returned. Our Original lusiiicss is the Kind that will Win Favor, e will Receive Goods Every Week during the Season, Our Terms are Strictly Spot Cash You aro invited to call and see how many more goods you can buy for your dollar here than elsewhere. Whcthor times bo good or bid. SL. Powors has juit roturned from New Direct from New York auctions xnd Sheriffs' Sales, thereby something new, at prices Guaranteed York C'ity, whore ho bUht a great tunny very desirable always having To one and all. "WE ARE LEADS ( JM0. not ii FOLLOWERS '""" " " "-- - "- "- inilHIMIMII I 31 isaeii' and Children's Shoes from the cheapest to the very best custom made, and tit prices a great deal lower than regular good house Slipper, 20j. An elegant assortment of New Spring Styles with prices, as usual, lower Good Standard Prints, light or darkGs good yard wido Brown dealers. Ladies' than ehewhere. fit Brown Cotton, good worth Cotton, 5c per yard; per yard, Brow Sjc; extra quality fiuo Brown, 7c, worti 10c; the very be.t . Cotton, 8Jc, 12 yards for 81; Bleached jottons in all the popular brands from fie to 8jo por yard; good D.itnesti Gingham, fie por yard; very best In this department we carry an Immense Assortment and guarafiteo to A new lot ju-- t received and almost given away. We d nut onfino our Domestic Gingham, 8,c, sold ovorywhei at 10c; Fancy Dre.'s Ginghams, save you about ono hall; Wool Huts from 10c to 10c; Gents' Fur Hats, war iselves strictly to one branch of business, but buy mwt anything we Brocades aud Solid Color Dress Goods, lie per yard, 10 yards for 81. ranted perfect, fiOc, worth SI nuywhere; Fur Derby Hat3 from 25c to SI 50. can get away under vulue and give our customers tho beuefic. Country merWill have as the season advances an elegant lino of stylish Straw Hats for chants and peddlers, we invito you to look through our strock. We cau give you a great many drives you will not be ablo to find in tho citio, thereby Meu and Boys at the same popular low prices. saving you timo and freight on your goods. To all those who have never Hero wo can avo you many a nicklo. 1 ol) lot fino Dress Buttons, 10 cts. visited us, (if there bo any such in tho county) we cordially invito you to call per dozon, worth 2fic; threo papors good p is for 10c; threo papers good nee. and we will tako pleasure in showing you around, whether you wish to purdies for 10c; six papers Hair Pins for fie; (tree cakes fino Toilet Soap in bos, chase or not. 10c, a uico Fancy Bordered Handkerchief fie; Men's good Linen Collars, There is no place like ours to buy your Men's aud Boys' Clothing. Wo 10c, threo for 2."c; Boys' good Linen Collars, "k, six for 25c; good Noto Pa- keep an elegant lino of Tailor Made Goods. If we can't please you in stock, Under advautage3 that no other houso has tho Pluck and Audacity to per, fie per quire; two good Crochet Needles for fie; Men's good Cotton Socks, will order any kind of a suit made for you. A good fit and satisfaction guar- to employ, wo claim to placo beforo you a list of prices, Co per pair; threo good Palm Faus for fie good Corsets, fiOc, worth 7fic; one' anteed. You cau save several dollars by ordering n suit from us. Men's lot handsomo Loathor Hand Bags, 2fic tofToc, worth double; ouo lot Albums, Suits from 82 50 to 820. cabinot size, fiOc to i)0c; Eoibroidoriej aid Lice iu endless varioty at extraordinary low prices, and a thousand other little things we have not spaco to mention. Not quoted by any house, solid or bankrupt, no matter whether cash or credit L3dies', Misses and Children's Hats at 50 per cent, below regular prices. We place this advertisement before you aud mean it to bo Final, Decisive Genuine Ostrich Tips and Plumes for a mere trifh. F!ower9, Ilibbons, &c, and Crushing in its logic immensity of variety and its unapproachable, solid Men's light Calf Boots, SI. 2fi and Sl.7fi; Men's Plow Shoos, 7fic; Men's go tho same way. and stubborn Facts and Figures that will not and can not lie. Domestics. per-yar- d; yard-wido fino Laced Shoe. 90c; Ladies', Wall Paper and Window Shades. Tinware. (a yard-wid- Hats and Caps. Notidns. Clothing. Millinery Department. Aii Array of Extreme Bottom Figures Boots and Shoes. THE GREAT BJLRiSAIM STORE, 1H Dr, eg W'w tFmiF ml 1ms EPSN M&BfflSr i M&r lSi &EM WPJKS ErUiS w MH S03E&tiBS a. W MR T8?A.XJ?,OJR(X&!) ' !. JSlT. 9 r . N. B. Kemcmbcr n emrll bill bought of us eaves ycu ooough to pay your railroad faro both ways for diatanco of ten to to twenty miles. ' 'Hi r , V, dri tf igSNyiggBBfi i";., """W' we- - T5W" . tf... ,71 -- iTW ag JU r f The hasty act of the Mirsissipdi editor be, and they are, appointed delegates to President to pardon Jeff said district convention to be held at .RichDavis would not havo been taken if he mond, May (tth, 1885: D. N. Williams, 1 had known that such pardon could be C. Mullins, Casper Williams, John B.Fish, May 5, 1885 T hire reeelred and Hill roctlTla SUatord, Ky., granted only by a vote of Con G. W. McClure, E. B. Smith and S. H. I Margin and all other good democrats who gress. Ma). L. W. McKee has been nominat may wish to attend said convention. May 5, 1885 iutfbrd, Ky., ed in the Frankfort District by the demo 5th. That said delegates be, and they Comrrhln j the tcit In tbe market, w hw l crats for State Senator. The meeting was are, instructed to cast tbe vote of Rockheld at Lawrenceburg, but as Franklin castle county In said convention for Mj Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to No" City oj- Country W. P. WALTON. claims that it is her tituo to name the can John D. Harris for 8tate Senator and to dive 91 v h TrlHl.f didate, she did not participate and put out secure his nomination and to cast the vote Another Card from Mr. Blatn. a man of her own. of Rockcastle county as a unit on all quesYcatcrdar, county court day, a hand Washington dispatches still have ex- - tions. bill of considerable length from Mr. John 0th. That the Richmond Bcgidtr, RichSenator Williams and Blain was circulated on the streets. It was HOUSE OF Thompson jumping to their feet every time mond Herald and the Stanford Interioii THE UFAV GltOOEKY AM) HAH-AH- E in response to our editorial notice of his there is a piece of pie to ba given out Journal, bo requested to publish these concerning the proposition former card Now, why dussn't the Administration give proceedings. The resolutions were unanito aid the railroad. Wo regret that wo on It is now slid thnt Randall is preparing these two statesmen n cold mously adopted and on motion the meeting ly obtained a copy of Mr. Blain'a laet card to head ofl the tarifl revenue reformers by potato and let 'em go? G, W. McCluhe, Chin., Louisville Times, adjourned. at 5 o'clock in the evening when tho matter tbe introduction into the next House of a John B. Fish, Scv. The total issue of postal stamp?, stampfor the piper was almost made up, other tariff bill, which is intended to reduce tax- ed envelopes and postal cards during April wise we should cheerfully have published --OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. ation to the lowest limit without affecting aggregated 271,003,810, as against 204,H5,-20- 0 it in full in this hiue, as we oflsreJ in an the protection now afforded to the manu flllw with a Urg Jjijfn ' Wauklkl Jly mkywurattM Hon lolhefnet that Lancaster. during the corresponding mouth in interview to do. As to the argument fr ih dJ well ielrtrl Mock 01dHK Major F. D. Rignoy, of Casey, and facturing industries of tho country. An the preceding year. The number of stamps againat the railroad it present? nothing ad Hon. A.G. Talbott, of Boyle, candidates intimate friend of Mr. Randall eays he issued showed an Increase of 13,000,000, ditional to his former communication and for the State Senate, address the people has been busy upon the outline of his bill while the issue of postal cards fell off !,- ire have neither the time nor inclination at for some time, and that he will complete it here at the court-hous- e Our ftllA shall t (Tuesday ) Ih cnJlfM Tirletr, .l.lnl. In quality .tbl Mtltfieiorr la hl..i we 000, and stamped envelopes 1,000,000. present to make any comment. Mr. Blain, at alt tin toiui'itlr ertrr want llllne, News waa received here Sunday of the justassoou as his health will permit. We Tho Court of Appeals has decided the however, necins hurt nt sDme expression in death of Kinnaird Burnside, an infant eon hardly expect that there is a great deal of case of the contest between I. IT. Davis and our former article, which moat strangely, truth in the rumor, but it would be a mas Joseph Gatliffe for tho cfiice of Clerk of of Mr. William Burnside, who recently ; and without reason he thinks were intendCoWng Hotta Intitule went from this place to Wichita Fall, Oooalttaof tbcStandanJllrtnJscI i:uropBJ Atuvrlra. (M)' " t protectionist. ed by us to be offensive. We had in a per- ter stroke fur the Whitley County Court. The vote, which tavciltw. Our China, (IUm tlifjuttlr ce4cfcrtii "Oieat Wcolern ltrwrT." iu.1 mtHy fllaxware richly cut gonal interview with him, before the i?ue Cojtoor.E Cornelius Vande rbilt wac taken two years ago, was ory close, Texaa. The death was very sudden and ml Queeaiw.reitofk ronil.Uin frt of labia, Ta and Cfcsil' unexpected. qarta ol itltrltm. Our trie ml elclieO. In the "way of FraJituff weiiameHnckwhsat F ! of his cud, asiured him that nothing was one of the richest old coons in New York, and tho election board of the county gave and UowlDy, wsr iwn pilrl-oll- c Wo have It, from good authority, that bratfd Tateat -- u. M." ltor, urtTalhiWtrrakai! pattrr " further from our intention, and are still at has suddenly been called to render an ac- the certificate of election to Davis, who an.t I.nM! Cwifccllcln taithfol adjaeeK All product, arrij4 a passenger train will be put on this end Oaitte.t-Meata loos to imagine how any word in the arti- count o( his stewardship and to appear be. hassinco been performing tho duties of suit Frulli Tin, Bte,Voo.lnanl Wlltowwsr, of tho K. C. Riilroad about May 10th. One cle can be, by any sort of ingenuity, tor- fore his maker the eame as if he pos;escd the office. Gatliffe instituted suit before tmla wiBiillellnoorciirindTi.rrc. Well, this Until hint ff what we ham IWIttlng is ccrtanly xvtv much needed and it is that we ran make II la jour Interttt, weeont.Iniiljr sik an rgooti and your pitron-,gtured into euch meaning. We are heartily not a dollar in tho world, instead of the Special Judge Dishman, when the action of TA 1 .Oil HIlOTilJillH. hoped that it will be made to connect with lUtpec't'iily, Borry that Mr. Blain has taken this view $5,000,090 credited to him. He was about the election board was nullified, on which the L.& N. at Rowland. of it. Again do we with all sincerity dis So years of age and by his own exertions Davis appealed. The case was ably urged The Lancaster Shooting Club haa reclaim any intention to be offensive and be amaseed his splendid fortune. He was the court and a motion entered to organized and is now composed of tho follieve that when he becomes cooler he will never Comodore, but got that title because produce the s in court. As they lowing crack shots: Capt. W. S. Miller, what- of his large interest in navigation on the were not made a part of the bill of excepece it in our light and discover that For Coal or Wood. K. A. Burnside, Jno. II. Woodcock, Will ever "discourtesy" has been exhibited in the Mississippi in early life. tions, however, the motion was overruled, aay- - TaBBBaaaaaaMaBLaaaiaawBpaMB A. Berkele, Sam Engltman, Walker Lin-drai- n This Hanga U Kztra Heavy and is this controversy will be found in his own and alone on the law and evidences adduced Juniata CLir-ra- n and W.J. Kinnaird. Mr. Miller ia Made of the ry Tiie anniversary issue of the Louisville. -- -if I I rf,.t aaaaaaaSaV7 Txd. We trUBt we may venture to differ limn was a daisy. Its matter, always en- the court affirms the decision of the lower President of the club and Mr. W. J. Kin- with Iron. Um rait top and tr .r I, t Knllre Weught Ircn Hod aid MnHf in opinion from Mr. Blain in this or other court and transfers the offico and emoluam aimsS ()ib. Warming (Urn tatrndi ur- ter I" naird Sfcretary and Treasurer. TM lar" aaaaaavl tertaining, was even more so and the way isafeh Mitlrc length nl lUnjf. Aut"t'..' questions without deserving to disparage or ments to Gatliffe. in which the advertisers came to time and William Burdett, n prominent farmer Ore bhrlf. NectloDni Kite 1 11 i insult him. We hare always been friends and Cut Center Nickel nnuep ate, of the Sugar Crek neighborhood, died on kiM4n 1 Hi tilne pirn. Ad;' i'i' e eagerness with which the publicvought MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. and bo far as any act of ours may eflect our the aid ihelf aad all modem Iwpruic-menlast Wednesday after a week's lllnesa of status will remain eo. We can not afford for it, shows tbe hold it has on all classes Managed by Jno. B, Fish. Ca,o ho arranged with Heater fjr pneumonia. Deceased was a son of Mr. In every respect it is a model newspaper. to qnarrel with Mr. Blain and he may be bot and cold water. Farmers have about finished planting Andy Burdett and a gentleman possessing Water llox or Heater extra. sure that no temporary irritation shall be Gentleman Geo. H. Pendleton has corn. The corn is coming up exceptional- the good will of all who knew him. A allowed to diminish in any degree our sailed for Germany and will soon lay be- ly well. wife and several children are left to mourn VSrigh regard for his character and abilities. fore the powers that be the superiority and Mr.'Elisha Maya nnd Miss R. C. Fagln his untimely death, HIGUINS ilia remains were inWe hope and belieye that he will himself healtbfulnesa of the American hog. ilia a runaway couple from East Birnstadt, terred in tbe cemetery at this place on f PKCIAI. AUKNT, in time come around to our state of sereni- wife and two daughters accompanied him. got married at this place one day last Thursday evening. ty and good humor. Ss here'd to the rail- KviitticUy. week. An amusing sight waa witnessed in the .Sluufortl, NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. road and to us all. Tho liilla are beginning to cloth thempolice court Thursday when four promiCol. S. I. M. Major got the democratic selves in their "robes of verdant hue, and TnE President has appointed Jim Black nent cltiiena appeared before that mighty the air ia filled with fragrance- - of sweetest burn Collector of the Ljxingtoa District and nomination for representative of Franktribunal charged which the terrible cTlense flowers." now Joe is as eulogistic of Mr. Cleveland lin. of playing marbles on tbe town square. The public debt statement shows the Is getting to be very good in Fishing aa he erstwhile was denunciatory. In fact The warrants were dismissed, however, he withdraws his prediction that Kentucky reduction of the debt during April to be Roundstone and ita tributaries. Messrs. Will Newcomb and T. T. Mullin, our whentthe gentlemen promised not to do so will go republican by SO.OOO at the next $5,464,500. A Fishmz fiiet of 50 boats landed at fishermen, have caught some very fine fish any more. The town authorities allow the election, owing to the slow manner in which negro loafers to play anything they like in he has "turned tbe racals out.'' Now he New York a lew daya ago with 100,000 in the last few days. town but draw the line at white folks, DBULXII i R. L. Brooks was tried for carrjicg a boils over with enthusiasm nml Biys: "I barrels of fresh mackerel. seemingly. O. C. S. Terhune, a plain countryman concealed weapon, and for assault and was individually heartily endorse and commend The county meeting held Drugs, Books, Stationery and the adminixtraticn. I hnve not tho least hailing from the hills of Mercer, got taken acquitted in both case. John Proctor its firt q'iartrly seeion Fancy. Articles. at Anticch church was tried for saaie offense and the jury fail ground or reason for complaint. Tbe ad- in $500 worth by a Louisville .sharper. last Saturday. Kev. W. I. Fowle, the George Mack, who murdered Richard ed to ngree anu in me examining trial lor ministration and the party, from tbe PresiPresident opened the exercise with rend rhyaiclan' prearrtptkMii accurately compounded dent down to the humblest citizen, have Parker, his employer, at Grand Bind, Kas., shooting with intent to kill, he was held Pi . i,j ..la. --4 ing and piayer and after explaiuiog the obno stancher supporter than I am." Joe wasciptureJ and hung by a mob Friday. over till circuit court under a bail of $250. ject, for which it waa called, introduced Frank McDonald, a farmer, was found J. W. Moore and J. B. Martin are his would in all probability have put up anUro. Siephennon, of tho Picasant Grove other mouth had eomehody else been given dead in his bed near Winchester. Hia bondemen. At the examining trial of The Lirgeat Btook of Watches, Olockt, death is due to a wound received eight years Alex. Poteet, ho waa held over charged church, wl o delivered an interesting the place. Jewelry and Bilverwurd meeting then adjourned lo parago. Tbe with petv larceny. He will be given a ! The Government has a hundred clerks is not often th it an editor gets even, take of nn excellent dinner which had been !Tr bought to thU Market I'rtee--s Lower 1bar; final trial ay (Monday). :,xlOf te Bt&ThrfBrZ.1S counting the cash in its strong boxej, and the lxweft. Watenix, Cleekt aod Jewelry thanks for his herd work for tbe party he Uen.bpeed c. tryc, of Danville, waa prepareu ny itie lauira living in the vicini on thett oetlte aad Warranted. nTi;la " r .! iVN. w336 represent, but occasionally onn 19 chosen it will require two weeks to complete the in town on official business last week. J. ty of the church. After dinner, Kevs. Jes. mtm rrm-- r .in to office, tbe pay of which lightens both job. se Waldeu, of this place, and Joseph Bell D. Chandler spent Sunday at this place. hia carea and hia work. Elvis H. Porter, It ia decided that the tony bar of the Mr.,G. H. Kersey, of Crab Orchard, la here Gibson, of Stanford, deliyered short and PendennisCIub, at Louisville, must pay than whom no more deserving gentleman for the purpoae of teaching a class in vocal interesting addresses. The executive comexists, has been appointed posfmaater at license like any other drinking establish music, provided one can be organized. Eld. mittee reported over one hundred dollars Bowling Green and now if the President ment. James Hardin, of Winchester, preached at in the treasury to be used in rrcurlcg The Western Union Telegraph Comwill remember our brother Marra, tbe press this place ycaterday. Ma). John D. Har county evangelists. The next mectting will aa well as the people of tbe trtate will rise pany haa conceded the demand of ita Chiris and Col. D.'ck White, of Madison coun- be held in Lancaster on Friday before tbe cago operators, who demanded pay for exup end call him blessed. Sunday In August. ty, were in town Saturday. Miea Georgie i'.h tra work. Miss Jennie Duncan ia visiting relaBrown haa returned from Bowling Green, Editor Joun O. Hodges walked away Great Britain has in her navy fifty tives in Stanford. Miss Bettio Jones baa with James II. Mulligan in the primary vessels capable of steaming around the where she haa beenattending school. Mrs. gone to Lexington for a three week's visit "election for representative of Lexington, world at a peed of 12 knota per hour with- E. Brook, Mrs. Susan Henderson and Misa friends. Ephriam Washington LUlard haa Susie Brown are visiting in Garrard and Saturday, upon which we congratulate him out recoaling. gone to visit his parents at Lawrenceburg. his constituency. Col. Johnaon beat and Tho Pension Bureau reporta that 5,370 Madison counties. C. W. Ping went to The gills all look sad. Breck Johnston Alford for State Senator 06 and W. P. Kim- original certificates were issued during the Lancaster Friday to see S. H. Barrett's Iowa still enjoying sincircus. M. C. Williams ia in Louisville. has returned from ball for repretentative of the county of put month, against 3,931 during the sime Misa Ida Adams ia visiting at Altamont. gle blessedness. Dr. R. C. Morgan haa got Fayette beat his opponent, notwithstanding month lsst year. ten back from a month'a visit lo New Orw us IN TOWN that charges of bribery and lying were Kiel haa issued a proclamation to the' ui. l.. a. liyron, 01 Manchester, was in leans. Mrs. W.C. Price, of Danville, ia town Friday on business connected with made against him. s who refute to join him that unvisiting relatives here. E. C. Walton, R Hookeu Stivers, who murdered Burt less they do so at once he will murder them building a new court house at Manchester. G. Hail and G. C. Keller, of your city, Champ Mullins, W. C. Mullins and J. 8. Scully in Bourbon county, and after a hard and burn their property. Sunday. Jno. K. Faulkner, of Calloway, of Livingston, were in town Sat- were over attempt to fool the jury into an acfought Daring the month of April, Postmast Louisville, la at home on a abort visit. urday. quittal, got a verdict of ten years, but er Genenl VilaB appointed COO PostmastIn obedience to the call of the district Messrs. A Hie Price and Hugh Grant, of me which was Bet aside by the murderer loving ers at fourth class offices. The majority committee, the democrats of Hockcastle Danville, are visiting relatives here. Misa Court of Appeals, was tried again at Paria of the appointments were made to fill va- county met at the court house in Mt. Ver- Nell Duncan has returned from a visit to , last week aud let oil with two years. He cancies. non in mass convention on Saturday, May Stanford. Mr. Hugh Logan, of Ciocinnit', has already appe lied for a new trial and The city council haa granted the right 2ad, to select delegates to tbe Senatorial spent Sunday at this place. Mi?a Lula .f courae hia old friends will not go back of way down Chestnut street, Louisville, Convention to be held at Richmond May McKinney, of Stanford, was visiting Misa on him. upon which to build a railroad to tha pro- C:h, 18S5. The house waa cilled to order Mary Kobinaon Sunday. Well-Know- n & BradTtomas Harrow and iTiaaontout from Washington, proba- posed union depot, which is to be built at at 1 o'clock by D. N. Williams, chairman A wet, Blushy, muddy day waa last Fri- Also the bly to revive the spirits of the drooping a cost of $184,000. ley Sulky Plow ! of the county committee and on motion of day, but the circus brought ita usual A lone man entered the baggage and F. II. Keppert, Geo. W. McClure was made crowd of people to town all the same. and disconsolate office Beekera, that there will be a general ''turning of the rajcala express car on the L. N, A. & C, pissenger permanent chairman of the convention and Everything passed off quietly and not a out" on Juno 30ih, which ia the end of the train, killed the express messenger and John B. Fish waa elected secretary and op single arrest waa made. The tent was alfiscal year. Thousands of worthless nnd mortally wounded the baggage man and motion of D. N, William the following most tilled for the afternoon performance, partisan employees will walk the plank on got away with $2,000. named persons were appointed by tbe chair but on account of tbe weathci'a Inclemency Thoao Goods nro For Salo only by UBandwill bo sold guaranteed, Can Ex Congreraman John Goode, of Vir- to draft teaolution: Champ Mullins, John no show wea given in tho evening and that thatday, a large number of whom do not rofor you by permission to somo of tho best farmors ginia, has been appointed Solicitor General M. even deserve that length of grace. Mullins, Casper William, J. M. Fish, is thecauso of the gloom on the features ot in Unioln County. and W. M. Merrick, of Maryland, to be A.J. Pike, N. D. Wilmot, W. II. McClure Mr. Jno. Woodcock. Mr. Woodcock ia editor of the Daily Hone Shoo, Hot The Associate Justice of tha 'Supreme Court and Willis Adams, in the National Jr. The committee the affable Cjprings, Ark . who was expelled from that of the District of Columbia. after retiring a few momenta came in nnd Bank and hia strict ideaa of business kept has brought city by a citiz:n'd committee, The 'resident haa appointed Andrew him a hia dwk whilo the afternoon Bhow unit for $100,000 damages in the Lolled M. Keiley, of Richmond, Va., to be Minis- - reported the following resolutions: Readied 1st. That tho democrats of Rock- waa in progrea. Bright yisiona of thf Court. A man who would give a ter to Austro-HungaStates his former viowa Also, lilt; Stock of tViilkiu mid WalMni; ami Hiding Cultlin- paper such a name ir too big an aa to de- toward Victor Emauuel unkin? him an un- castle county, assembled in mass conven- eights ho would witness in tbe animal tent torn, TnriiliiK I'Jown, Donlile and Slncler tion, endorse and raatlirm the principled as in the evening were flitting thro' his mind for anything that could be serve dainagra desirable representative at IJitne. Miovel PIoun, 1V0. be felt it waa good to be Here. When set forth an,d exprosael by thu ileinocralic tnd inflictod en him. The trouble on the Georgia Division coQVeolion held at Ciicijo in July 1831, tho newa waa gently broken to him that TnE government building at Cincinnati of the E. T , Va. & On. R. K., baa been set- nod we fully endone ttm course pursued by tha night performance wsa declared off It which bao been in procei-- of erection al- tled and Fink, Receiver under authority of our President, Grover Clovelaid, in ihe ad- was thought he would not recover. After most beyond the recollection of the prMent tho Federal courts, la now In undisputed ministration of the Government. remedies were exhausted it waa suggested for occ ceneratiou, ia at last wady po 8aioa of tbe entire line. Old "Wagons. 2ad. That we approve of the time aud to him, by eomo one, that a circus waa go- Wo has Just Been removed Andy Weplerknowa a good thing when place of holding the Senatorial convention ing to exhibit in Richmond this month and and tho post-offiBuggies, he sees it and therefore hpa withdrawn hia to nominate a candidate in the 29 .h Sena- it is generally believed this Is what saved thereto. It has cost millions of dollars on him. KussiAhasaccepled Eojtland'd pro owl motioQ for a new trial for the killing of torial district of Kentucky. Henry Clay and accepted the sentence of An old reclpo for making grafting wax, 3 J. That we recognize in our neighbor, to eubmit the Pendjeh offer to arbitration 2 jears in the Penitentiary, which amounts Major John D. Harris, of Madison county, and a good one, is four parts rocin, two and the prospects of pesce between England to but 20 months in case of good behavior. gentleman, to ptrta bees vax, and one part tallow. Melt and Russia, saya the London iVow, are a worthy and We think Oovernor Knott made a a. orighter than at any timo during the represent said district In the next Senato of altogether in a kettle, over a moderate fire, PrlccM Guaranteed lo be HOXTOM 011 EvcrylliliiK. miatake when he appointed Mr, DivJb Com- - Kentncky, and we cheerfully recommend and when well mixed, pour into a veeel of mlasloner of ODteeraed contemporiftjr. the Soraer- - man' mouthly Agriculture. That gentle- him to the democrats of the district for cold water to harden. When (ttiff enough -reports are very convincing that poaition, which wa tellevo he will fill to handle, greao the hand?, and thf 11 pull discarded Its patent aet Tdegruiih, has his knowledge of farming with honor to himself and the people he and work the wax until it ia whi'e, or now printa both sides at home, an evidences that ure and limited. is exceedingly Elizibethtown would represent. ' ambsr colored, andof even quality through improvement whioh proves that ita people News. i ll:e ete "' l'.b. That the following named persona out. know a ffioA. Paper wll8a tmi-McehlLi nf ioronrnI We regret exceedingly to read Mr. Wallace Gruel le's adieu in the last iwue of the Breckinridge Xaxt, which for seven years he has made eo bright and acceptable to all who have read it. With a large family and no great amount of this world' goods, he cm not afford to refute the splendid offer of Chief C.erk for the Marshal of Kentucky, which will pay him, no, doubt, double what he now gets, as much as he loves journalism, upon which 35 of the bestyearj of his lifetime have been spent. Cur heart's best withes attend him. Mr. Cicero T. Sutton succeeds him as editor, but it will be no sinecure to attempt to make as good a paper as Mr. Gruelle has of the .Vein. who asked the H. C. RUPL m two-thir- NEW GOODS RING SUMMER - TAYLOR ROS. e FAMILY GRQERIE ?iraf. auilr to-da- OUR HARDWARE AND PJKET CUTLERY twlt, lbellltalrCi !rirl-Ur-'a'i-ner- aieh. a '"' e. TIIE LION WROUGIWmON RANGE, lit ft?MA aEiT poll-book- - -- 'Jt I afm u. afiiiWAriEHi h W. H. jO JP S'AHstes ij-- PHARMAJISTS. l.-- -- m JEWELERS. ad-ilr- os. It to-d- rracvJU-'- JwstSiW ' a WILL BAY YOU a half-breed- To Examine tho Oeljbrated Evans Corn Planter cesi; on tne iviarKet. given up to oe vk.' Furst book-keep- er ry, rcy also liandlo tho Mitchell and Hickory A!Big lino of Carriages and Fhaotous Always Hand. t d tieo-.tiation- j33r.io-:e3:- cfc oxjn.i.3xr.fc ! w ' X. A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. -MM) Mall train Eolnc North South Kxpra strain" Houtli " " Norb 1180 1 .... Ml IMMM--- 2 05 A.M. Holar m. 01 Pa M 82 A.M. r, ThkT lml about McAllMer. ! calculated on standard time, 20 minutes faster ' LOCAL NOTICES. Buy jour school books from Fenny A Watches anil Jewelry repaired on ehort notice and warranted by Penny & MeA lister. A coMrLETK stock of Jewelry, Utct style. Hock ford watche a specialty. Pen ny A McAllster. Foil coldn, Ac, ubo Com p. Syrup of Whlto I'lne, in 25 and 50c bottles Prepared by McKoberti A HtspK, FAn.Mr.ns, Head Thih-- Go to Dr. M. L. Hourne'a druir atoro and yet cue jiackaj;n of Ham A. Clark'n Hor Itemed-- , If you arc not nittWfled after UHlnjj it your money will be refunded, PERSONAL. k Mn. J. L. Ilirrciugo.s and wife pent several day in Crb Orchard. M Jamih IJimm went to Todd county yealcrdny to spend tho sntnmer. Mim Annie Alcorn o!d 50 tickets to Prof. Ilawea' entertainment. Tun pretty Mia JUUn ICvfil, of waa.the guest of Mrs. Dr. Lee V. HuiTman. Ma Jacob M. Coorr.n left yesterday to vUil his daughter, Mm. tfunlo DatIs, in Kansas. Mns. CuArMA.s ColkmanJx., nnd Miss Mollie Ilronaugb, of Merger, are visit' InR in thin vicinity. Mim Coiinie CoorEit, a lovely little country girl, ha been the gumI of Mm. Curran since her husband's absence Mns. J. W. Haydex accompanied htr husband on a trip to the citiea to lay in Lin .aprlnc and nuincaer goods, yesterday. Mn. Jambs L. Zimmmma, of the .IttYmtr, wa here yesterday looking very well after his long struggle with the typhoid fere r. The clever and agreeable represents 'tire of the Kjyce Concert nnd Comedy Co , C. E. Pfmbarlon, waa in ton yesterday iaintiriK it rod "ith handsome bllla. M8 E J. Mobeiily, Will and Mr. and Mr. A. L. Spoonamore returned from Kaneai Friday, natlaCtxl that there is no place like tbelr old Kentucky home. Mim Habra Pr.NixT0N baa presented the CI riatian church with a handsome t ol contribution basket for which (ho has the heaatie at thanks of the congrega' tion. LOCAL MATTERS. Fmih salmon, Ttiurday, ers at S. S. My. O Plant) land. ef all kind lor sale. J. New. Fink fruits of nil t W. H. Brassy. kind, samp for otnh, Now la the Uhh te get (be family pictures, go to HbatTVr'n gallery. Ki.ii Clink's leotHre rwlitxl $1 15. pretty fair pnr for three uiKbtn' work. A Fo Kale Milk oow .and calf and year ling heifer. Apply to It. E. Harrow. a SiiArrcii, the Photographer, in making Hf daily of new style Panel Photon. -- fc. I ft A splendid Concert and Comedy Co. with the Bell Klngera Friday night. See 'htm by all means. TmiEEfloe calves belonging to Bailey Wither fell oyer the cliff at Stone's old dam and were killed, Friday. worth $50. M I. They were While we are printing this piper Prof. T. M. Ilawea is entertaining a large audience at the Prctbylerian church, of which we will speak more fully in next issue. what he thought wa n liberal postage himself, KT, Gearge O. Barnes' letter, which we glye elsewhere, coat.ua 22 cents, extra, and it ia one of the ahorteat he haa ever sent us. A HLIOHT Chani?.. In il. Anm paying , L.A.V mail Norm now arrive 1239 and South at 1.61-1- -. si;-thexpress South at 1 32 nnd ttorth at 2.05 a.m. e wnt Ut, ,Jct .nt.l..t. . .1 . Sunday. The at Stanford at Stsg'. Swiss Hell Ringers, Concert and Specialty Company will oc cupy tho boards at the Stanford Opera Housa next Friday night. Reserved circle 75 cents. Tickets on 4le at Mcltoberta A COMINO.-Ro- yce Oveii $118,000 are paid to the hands In this county by the three s which run through it and nearly all of It is spent here, and yet there are idiots who-sothey nro n curse instead of a bless. ng to n county. rail-road- TiiKEIizibethtown --Yetrs saya thnt the eulerlninracnt given by the Royco Swiss Rell Ringer's concert and specialty Co , is the finest and most erjoyable that has been given them. Next Fiiday r.Ight at tho Stanford Opera House. i The County Court yesterday granted tavern license to H. i! A Tom Ferrell to keep tavern n Rowland end another to T. L. Hheltcn to keep one nt the tarno place. Frnnk Denson qualified as constable In the Highland precinct and tho will of Sim .Martin, with his wife as executrix, was admitted to probate. Infoiimation wanted by tho relatives of Austin Cook, who waa a soldier in the war of 1S12 He spent n while at Fayetteville, Tenn., and afterwards In Louisville. Anything concerning him will be gladly received, and thoao who can furnish any will please address the editor of the Intewok Jouhnal, Stanford, Ky. Louisville and other piper please copy. A. T. who were followed by the bride and gioom, and after some effective posturing they faced Wood and velvet frames cheap at Bhaf-'fer- 'j the man of God, Eld. J L. Allen, who said the words which bound the happy hearts gallery. together. An elegant supper followed the riCTumsof all kinds and sizes made hearty congratulaliocs of friends, and later nnd framed by Shaffer. t Mr. and Mrs. Harris left for New Orleans. In my absence my son, Will, will con- During ceremony, the bride, who is an ex tract with any one wishing brick or any ceedingly handsome lady, was elegantly at thing else in my line. Henry Uauah-man- . tired and looked the embodiment of female loveliness. May their journey through The biggest j)ke of the seaian Is the life be a rcaltzttlon of their fondest dream. talk of street cars in Richmond. French RELIGIOUS. Tipton's long legs will help him over many Dr. Tnlmage denounces public bills, a weary mile before the canaumation of the pinna of thoco individuals who see noth- but ices no harm in private dancing. Rev. John Bell Gibson will preach at ing, but the roy hut'd in the future. Rowland next S jnday afternoon at 3 r. m. CAM All indebted to us for 1881 Tho Presbytery will meet September will please call and settle at once, .on we 5th in Cimpbellsville. Rev. A.S. Moflett are in urgent need of tho money. Aiso we wia authorized to organize a church at Crab will have to ask of our friends who haVo Orchard if the wy be olear. bought setda and oau on credit to please Eld, Hawkins, of the Cnristian church, oil! and settle, as thoo' nre caih ooAt is holding a meeelfng at Midway, which everywhere. Ilright A Curran. had rtsulled in 14 ndditions up to tho t . time the last Blue GVcs Clippr went to .Mail Contiiact. A. T. Nunnelley lias secured tho mail coytrnct from hero to press. Hro. J. B. Gibion is doing a good work Lwoaster, nt the low prico of ?210, twice in Stanford and the brethren think well of " dnlly, except Sunday, for a year. Mr. him. The Sunday-schoo- l has received a Uoston Dillion, who has made a good nnd lively impetus under his labors. Aposreliable contractor, gees out nfter July tolic Times. lat, to the regret of many who have been Rev J.M. Bruce left yesterday for thrown in bis chargo. He got $285 per Augusta, Ga., to attend the Southern Bap-tib- t year.- Convention. Rev. Bourbon A. Dawes Wn give an excellent picture of Rjok will fill his pulpit hire next Sjnday mornCastle Snringi on our first pflgc, tho most ing and night. romanticly situated of nuy of the Kentucky The Methodists estimate an addition o( watering places. It now open for fish- forty thousand members to their churches ing partirs, who are gnthtirlng thero from in the Western States during tho past three many sections and tho sport is said to be months, and the Presbyterian claim twenty-fiv- e verr fine. The regular watering season thousand new members. opens June 1st and closed Oat. 1. The inEld. Jonathan S.anley, the pastor of valid will go there of course and tho pleas- tho Christian church here a few years ago, ure sttker is in hit own light if he dew not died in Indiana last week. IIu widow has spend nt least a ortion of the hot days returned to her father', near Dannville, there. Caeey county. HuslonvilleCor. Advocate. TheBelview Christian church, which Talki.no with some sensible colored few daysagoabouttherailroad question holds the second coming of the Savior, the we were told that certain parties had been judgment of the living and the deid, the telling them that if the amount wan .voted resurrection of tbe dead and life everlasting be events drawing very near, has applifor the right their poll-tawould to he raif d to $5. We assured them it wa( ed for a charter in Philadelphia. At the Presbyterian Caurch, South, a lie made out of whole cloth, butoio old Rev. Mr. Glass reaiT his annual report. fellow, who is a mason, remarked that he Intendrd to vote for the measure if his Among other thlag he said that the nutn hsad tax was raised to $10. "For," slid ber of communicants is 210 and the numscholars 160. Also he, "I am a mason and frequently have to ber of Sunday-scho- ol that tho ohurch debt is $1,600 - Richwork for 75 to $1.60 per day. If the road comes I can get from $2 to $3 and will be mond Register. be Apo:o!ir Tmt and the Old Idh belter able to tny $10 tax than I am now Guide have cooaolidated unler the nirue to pay $1." He looked at it purely as a matttr of business, and nhowed more sense of the Aportdic Guide, which will bring tothan many white people who oppose the gether the best talent engaged on both which will produce an organ fcr the road. christian denominations second to no reliTO THE DEMOCRACT Of LINCOLN. gious journal. We thought our old friend, Thr Senatorial District Committee hav- B. J. Newton, would enliven things woen ing fixed Saturday, May 1 h, between tlie he went into thnt department of journalism. hours 6f 2 and I - m , for the holding of LAND. STOCK AND CROP precinct tnerllnifs to nscertnin the choice James Rohinon engaged a great man of the people) btween the candidates for tueBcimte, I honby call votir attention lambs here yesterday at 4 1 for June delivery. to the dialler and state the manner of Ad Catron A B. G. Grover Mve some The prcoinct meeting shall be called to milk cows for sale. At the combination sales in Lexington order nnd presided over by the County lnt weok 27S horsw sold for $SS.713. Committeeman of that precinct, if present, In 18S3and 1SS1, 3,700 Jerseys were if not, the meeting shall organize by electsold at miction, nt nn average of $357. ing its own chairman nnd secretary. Then Policeman Jos. Crain killed Jacob the supporters of each candidate present Doneghy at Harrodsburg, Saturday night, shall he counted and the candidato receivbtcaure he refused to go to jail. ing the majority shall be entitled to the Col. I Saelby Irvine sold L. M. Reyvote of the precinct. Delegates shall nolds, of Baltimore, a 2 year-o- ld jack, 15 then be appointed and tho Secretary shall bands high, for $000. Richmond Regis, certify their names to the convention, ter. which meets in Stanford May 23J at 1 At the Btlle Meade breeding establisho'clock. Eich precinct shall be entitled to ment near Nashville, forty thorough bred occ vote for each 50 votes cast therein for yearling colts and fillies were sold at an Gov. Knolt'at the August election 1883 average of $55S, and aggregating $22,325. and one for every fraction over 25. ProMessenger Chief, 2 year old, sold in vided, that in any case every precinct shall Lexington last week for $1,759, the highest be entitled to at least one vote, if such price paid. He it a half brother of Jim precinct cast as many aa 5 votes. Owens' Tom Hendricks out of an Almont Under tbis arrangement Crab Orchard mare. shall be entitled to 4 votes; Walnut Flat to John T. Helm bought the lambs of S. 2; Stanford to 11; Highland to 1; Waynes-burJ. Enabry, J. S. Owsley and S. II Shanks to to 3; Turnersville to 3 and' Huston-vill- e be delivered between the 15:h and 20th of to 5. June at 5 cents. He also bought the wool It is further suggested that in the selec- of the first named parties at IS cents. tion of the chairman and secretary that n The odds in the books on tbe K n supporter of each candidate be chosen. tucky Derby show Favor still In the lead, Lring that there be a general turniog with chances 2 to 1; Irish Pat and Joe out of the party and that none but known Cotton tie for second place, tbe odds being democrats be counted, I am respectfully, 5 to 1; Freeman comes next, with odds G to J. E. Lynn, Chm. 1; Biersan follows, 7 to By W.P.Walton, Secy. Times. County Couht. A very small crowd MARRIAOES. and but little business in any branch, FarmMiss Julia.Jackson.-thoolv child of ers, like sensible men, were planting corn Stonewall Jackson, will be married June 3 and doing tho things that a late sea to Mr. m. h. Christian, a prominent son compels. Capt. II. T. Bush reports merchant of Richmond, Va. the following: About 250 mountain cattle The pretty daughter of a on market, about 150 sold. Prices ranged railroad conductor, Mr. H.G. Cros, Mirs from 3 to 4 cents. Horses brought from Myrtle Cross, wbh married nt Osingsville $50 to $100. No mules ottered. to Capt. Ranee Hlcko, of Somerset, and Tho Casky creamery began work on they are now enjoying tho slgljts of New the 20th ult. The demand for cans has inYork and other Ksslcrn cities. creased since the first churning and the Oa Wednesday evening, April 22J, at company expects to be operating to its full the residence of the bride'd father, Prof. capacity by June 1st. They have arranged ; to J. S. Reppert, Mt. Vernon, Mr. J. W. furnish butter to dealers in the city low late of Oltnwa, dnada, and Misa enough for them to retail it at 30 cents. Rosalind Reppert were united in .marriage Tho buttermilk they fell at the factory at by Rev. J. C.Tulley, of Winchester. Mr. 5 cents per gallon. We have been shown Nesbitt is a superior business and a thor- a sample of tbe butter and it is of a very ough gentleman, while his bride is not on- superior quality and color. Hopkinavlllo ly highly accomplished, but very hand-som- e New Era. aa well She whs the Somerset corPREACHkRSVILLE, LINCOLN C0UNTT. . respondent of this paper for a year or more and her letter-- were always' spicy, even Katio Did chatters again. wheu stating cvld items of newp. We The circus at Lancaster, our thriving wish the happy couple a long life of wed- suburb, drew but little patronage from ded joy. here. The marriage of Mr. R. C. Hirris to Corn is coming up so are the cutMies ElizjEngleman, which was referred worms, the like of which in numbers was to in our last and which occurred at 8;30 never seen before. Thursday night, was a very hippy event, On Friday last Mr. Geo. Pence and attended by a largo number of the friends of bride, nee Ball, took leave of friends and the parlies. Two little g!rlt, Misses Annie relatives for Missouri, where Mr. Pence exUronaugh Engleman and llesaie Woods. pects to sell his farm as soon aa convenient preceded the attendants, Misses Mary acd return to K-- t icky, Uronaugh, of Nicbolasville. Bessie Encle Mrs. J. C, Hcrton, ns usnal, is leading man, Annie Harris aud Bjtsy Pennington, ia butter making from her Alderney cows, Nunnelley. Wanted.-oO.O- OO ib. of wool. Mrs. II. enjoys the reputation of being one of our most industrious women and with all a kind, good neighbor. W'e understand that the sale of Mr. 8eargeni's farm to Mr. George Pence wia not concluded as reported in our jat communication, though the terms are probably agreed upon and Wm. M. Ball is the purchaser instead of Mr. Pence. A very small crowd attended the sale of the property of James Anderson, deceas ed. Not a great deal to sell. Horse stock brought from $20 to $100; Champion combined machine, $25; 25:ts; buggy ox-ca- rt TIECZE! CHEAP DEALER IN O-iROQJEI- R,. T$ T. R. "WALTON, S50. As yet we have not heard of any of our martial spirit preparing to assist at the of the Bear that has h into the of the Bull. But If cholera should visit us, trust we will not be found without heroes. A Union Sunday school was organized last Sunday at the Wnlnut Flat with John Rout of Stanford, as Superintendent, and he went to work in a most agreeable and appropriate manner. Whew! young men, where were you when that row of tbe most handsome young ladies that were ever arranged in one class waiting eo long for a teachei? Oae of our bichelor farmers near the river, who has a nice fishing boat, declares he Is going to take his girl out riding, and "pop" while they are over deep water and if shcdeclines will throw her overboard. So if she reads tbis warning she may decline the ride, unless she, like Barcus, "is: willin'." Dr. Doores and wife have the sympathy of this entire community in the loss of their daughter. Miss Ella was a great favorite here, where well known. Her presence was brigbtning as the sunlight that gently wafts in the morning, refreshing cs ihe dew that makes sweet tljwera fragrant at eve. The Preachertvilleand Stanford turnpike real, an institution prolific of contention", has crossed tbe line of forbearance. Toe directors lecared an amendment to the charter allowing n specinl toll of 20 cents for crossing the e in single buggy, nnd ten for single horse-ba- ck riders. Deep and earnest has long bjen the feeling of indignation against the management of this road, on the part of the community, because the road in tbe first place was not located for the accommodation of the community nor the public, nor constructed as required by the charter, and this last Imposition is like to work well for the people, as it has brewed a determination to force the directors to make the road, practicable, and up to the requirements of the charter. If tbe people do tolerate the Imposition. all icquiries in agricultural papers about raising ges'e could be aptly answered by this community. g eto-len feed-trougriver-bridg- Lst H And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line Yon May Call For. IN ADDITION TO UIlOl'ERIES AND 1'EOVI-lON- i&Ji HE KEEPS -- a x and Queensware, Tobacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. A Good Corn Drill For Sale at a Great Bargain. For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. ISIMEXSE S'lOCK OP- - Tin-- , Glass- - pi-per- WaJEnui -- FAF11 - I I- . A negro keeper of a baway houss shct and killed three white- men SiturJay nitfht, at Catlettsburg. Lynching is threatcaed. The bailer contacted with the Tre-moHotel, nt Galveston, Texan, exploded Sunday. A half d(z.n people were killed nnd many others injured. The body found in a trunk at Pitt burg was recfgnizad as that of Pjetro Caruso, a peanut merchant, formerly of that oily, but late of Cnica jo. No clew to his assvsins had been discovered. - TJRIillJrIED AX1- READY FOB THE WALL? - AT - M'EOBEETS & STAG-G-'S- . Alili FiSICES ASP STYLES. en-tir- o James J. H. Gregory saya that "an. hen will eat shnnt hinel tA corn a year, and the larger breeds about a nan uusnei more, from tbis tney must take the material for about 125 eggs annu ally, a change of feathers, n supply of animal heat and the growth of the bod, beside? performing various functions on which life depends." KU ADVKimSEMEKTh. "The Bourne from which no Traveler Returns Sick." The boy atcod on tho burning deck, Determination In his eye "For Hourne'a Dm j Store I am bound, I'm for the little Doc or die!" Twinkle, twlukh', little star, My friend, the chtapest goods, by far, At Bourne's Drug Store you will find Tho purest, best, ol Tery kind. . . N.T.HUGHES, DEI LIB IX Mkry bad a little Iamb, (For Barnuin she should quickly send); g Farming Implement), Tuinc Binitri, Reapers, Movert, Domctfic Sewing JIaehina, Cc, ao Buggia, Carriages, Phaetons and Tennetut Farm and Spring Wagons. Call anj examine my stock anJ get prices be lore buy Ins deewhere. I will give you a jooj oar- earn. Office at W. II. Illgglnt' Ware l'.ocim on Main street. But Bourn has the nicest lot Of Drugs acd rings, breast pins and thine, Of spectacles and soaps, perfumes and enrelopa, Patent uudlclneaofall kinds, Globe mixed palntr, cordials and wines And erery thing else, Ihe cheapest and Vett, At The New Drug Btore, (to rhyme, put In "Bourne eat r acre." Y urs till death, M. L. BOURNE, at the Xe-- J Drug Store, Stanford, Ey. BELOW I air. now otl'erlus at anil Hock of Of C0ST! lrwciit tbe general 2j a Special Arrangement with the Publishers we are now Enabled for a Short Time to Offer a Splendid MERCHANDISE! retry A retry at their Me I'acJ 03 Main it' strtrl In crab Onbar.l. and will continue tod so lor tlie neit three weeks IC-- II. llllOXA I Gil, Assignee. 3IAJ. l D. ItlONET .'. Cook Book Free TO ALL OUR SUBSCRIBERS. KtMCM. II . IinCanJIdato to(ueeeel himielf In the Slate ate, subject to tbeartlon of tb Democracy. Sen- well-know- HON. A. G. TALBOTX lor Senator In the Dlitrlct composed of Bojle, Lincoln, Casey and Uitrrard, subject to tho action ol the Democratic party. Election first Monday In August. hliotild - nf t II- !! rfiil It linf.M.k n.nk that hash d n m"'t Illl'l fulfill! it It ft Ii iii purr' r. tmiiu m It tlmt wis ixr.ruH) . t nn-- uii'l.-r't- Ii a Candidate Nes-bltt- ltP Mill. Ill I. tfll1a ltf drill... 4 Sit. DESIRABLE DWELLING AND STOHE-bou- io olite.l'nlfiw.Twi.i'an In1", Hum r. elr.; ,lo combined. licit builnru location In tha hmv fit ......If nil LiluU I tif M ,t i. Pl.1l U place. A bargain cn be had by addressing or t.r, K4, (iralmnll VrartnM-i i- ll iiWo CintlSTEHHOX, kIm- many rrmiliilth kujj ii'J - u Mti!ijtM of irii-tMcKlnnry, Ky. tilli-- t'of "wry Iri'iiwki'i'ivr. ut In lii it i' till) iiiilte UH.I prnrlli-ii- l Cook llu k it housekt'oper tiou'l liam. I FOR SALE, PRIVATELY. A l.'.ltlfrf liid'liny-IMitry, Hm. ImihiiIiij., Suiu-?Mliuli, SiUn.. Pro- Tnrt, .rTi',Ji,Hli',)wrt.,l'rt,.iii..lMi.kle I I. II. I ciioiri: itiicii'iis en i:x- iimiiii'il uinl 1.(1(11) ol Hut riiimrn. Hft ttcri) iW liuk all kllil' of h It r lliill" kU'lH 14. .'), 1)11(1 ntiil ot - Tli ! c oolt lionk l not an ci.i'. It Uicxuatttnlily ordl-x.- .ir NEW, BRIGHT, PLAIN, SENSIBLE AND ECONOMICAL. Kcmnnlirr It Contain Kiiublf tlie iiuiiiliiT ill' ill rantn tjookro-.!l1.7'JioSl. 111. ..I. . , t ,11. 1'aHI.. iy i.k. t Pv N T.J. fyW. .' - u- jt 9 I r- ltirif n Turnpike Selection. The annual meeting of the shareholder i i "if r. Hoolii Noinnttfr linu in ' .11 t.ii- - one. jou liuv-- yi it., 'it i", and It . , ol Director! for the (vnsuiui; year. Ifl.td CLIFION IWLEn, President. Turncmllle, McKinuey A t'otley's Mill Turnpike Koail Co. will be held at Jones' More, Mi Kinney, on thoSDbATl'UDAYiuMsy, IS5, at 10 A. !. lor the purpose ol electing a l'retldrnt and Board of the You can Get it for Nothing r.i.r . t!.uiL-A U IvIltKI' VTUH'K. HprltiifllvM. Oli io, wuj u.a imu Yon din lift ve it Free MAxr. Thin linl.r.-ln'- d l V (MilU-Kl.l- ' '4alin , lUh tlio i FIRE INSURANCE. ensro- - Jul. STANFOKD, KY., t,9mwt&mx "p ATJ-Vj. iii,.w l I i .. ii philips, P.IR3I AXD PIRBS1DE TJio ComIteprcecnta tbe Beat and most Prnuipt-Payln- e panies and hta ratca are very ow, OlTe nlm a EMI call. lnnrott.bi'st nuil chonncxt of i4jsfii 332i-r5- 5 Ynili' IIoillP i nn lie niiuli! lHs- nil tho ntfiieultuml pnppr, II In lasucrt 2t Pl r, I'rMer ,ui I with tlie Hlp rto tn time 11 onr, on tlio 1st and nth of i'.kI' i.iu lill'l f'r l i. rli r ..f I M: month, nt tho wonderfully low iirlrc of Vi Fiuraaba. itl')US.1i ' f ti s i' J 00 votitM ia year. h. . ' lint-lite- r i I I i . I 3 u'.i iunt.i.iif, ''ufanan in Till: IIOMi: OP an, A prRTCSTTiT' ii it I' tlto paper for mn-- . in it raiuitdi in i' ' urtlilo iu vis nl tittiN. Kvtwy i - i I i i , , INSURANCE! The Old Itcllalle Will pay promptly when the actual Ion Is known, tialcslow. bee hie before yon Insure. '. Jl. FLEXXEIt, Ascnt. Stanford or TurnersuIJle,Ky, IMm HOW TO BET froo. Intorior Journal and tha "Homo of Now York." with Its For 82.50 wo will sond tho o Farm and Fircsido for onoyoar and throw in a Cook Book Capital of 83,000,000, (cash) Soml-Wookly II COOK BOOK FREE 200-png- I timo. Bring on your subscription at onoo, as this offlco is limited to a abort . . , iESBKrZ . ,. :jBzr .'i . r i J "ai ' uy!ywwwfwiw FAMILY NAMES. TOILET PERFUMES. WW it SOME ACCOUNT OF THEIR ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT. - FLORAL FRAGRANCE IS CAUGHT IN LAYERS OF GREASE. Names from tiio Welsh . Amcricins must look to England for tho P -) IIENDUICKS AM) 1H1LTII0MIS0X. greater port of tholr family names, nnd in $20 the Summit ov$'M) fo Insure. Knglnnl tho family name wa first nppnr-ontl- y old ;Xw Yortt Sun. ridl la U bands, the ! of the HwkJack, Phil (lras lurnlshed at tl per miiuh. Due cam will and DM Hlak Is IS hands rroaUd by taking the namo cf tho Oh, no," tiid a aMmbt "It (low not or escapes, but will at o, on the taiue be taken to prevtnt actideuta occur. stand at (t to and Hendricks not l rceuslbUi should auy 'folfcnr, nowadays, boontrij a toilet prfumo father and adding it to that of tho son. In terms i tho horte. . Dea. riptUn and P.dlgree -- Nobby Is a Jet black is madt In Franco, or any otl.er foivlgn many ports of Wales thi-- practice is said to Lien held on all colts lor the payment ol the with atar Iu loreheail and two white twt, in banl Mares trailed or removed More luallnir I reason . (Mtntry, that it Is superior In quality to one Lo still common, fo that it is no remirkablo rtoe mane and tail, good. Miy leg, Imli "illiiueUruss alt. AH lime makes the soawn tine an.t must ' set American tieaulilul b 'danilrrik, excellei.t sho .Utr, back preparation, 8uoh was for- thing for a man to bo cnllod Dill O' Jacks, books. care and attention given to pruruote "cc O'Dicks. O'l'nins, O'Uarry An old play, ble or and loin In Net, faultless tn symmotry; an.t. will Shortest and Quickest Bouto from Ooa ms rly the case, but tbo art of making flno ''The dimo novel, as It was originally do accommclate my pationi, bir ani not gutranto there doesn't live a stallion twiiesaej oly LKVl Mi Villi hh. tral Kontnoky to all Points North, any accidents. perfumes lias been carried to such jxirfec-lio- n called "S.r John Oldcastlo," contains an signed by Beadle, is no lougor. But a better disposition, and these qualities he Invarl-blto this practice. Tho judgo asks: dime idea has extonded to tho productionthi of lato years in this country that not East, Wost and Southwest. Imparts to bis progeny. As an evidence that of he will produce very last horses when crossed on anoro tbnn as much of tiio Fronch "What is tho bail and who tho sureties P s Fait Lino Uatwreu literature in cheap and transiont some of hla very speed-K- it good mares Is the fact that preparations is told in tbo Unltod Stntos y Ono of tho partioi replies; "Hor cozjn pamphlet form. Tho experiment has proven colts have nothlmr but a Sir Wallace dial to IiEXIXUTON A VISVISSWI as was sold ton years ago. Nearly to be an astounding success, and it is estl recommend them. This of Itself Is conclusive 8chelul In Kffrct Oct. IS, 1ISI. my J J north of perfume? mated that since Its Inception and adoptios Will make tha aeaaon of 1385 atCrab liable, Smiles proof that thespeed comes from 2 tha sire. Nobby . Orchard Is the aire orNobby. Jr.. record 7'4. sold totrot-le- d Jonos." iu this country tbo rea lore of sterling fiction from Crali Orchard, oa the era made in this city alone last year, and ariu.r t Fl C. PMr.ofOhlo, for 5J.O0O. One of his colts and Lancaster tiiiDptko, at Chicago made, nearly half as great a iiunu-Wt- y Tho judgo is properly surprised at tho forhave increased three-folGradually books last eau with very little handling In 2M. midable array of friends willing to go on tho of subjjcti uslde from fiction such a; Basil as that. Thou then- an largo ierf utfiery to Insure n tivliiK Coll, NAl.ht J s.ist.rrd Imrrard Uilef tlie aire olCro-iibond of tho prisoner, but is still moro surDuke. .rsanufactiin if establishment :.' , Mtiulrino Hippy iiU. Bed in lloiton, history, lox'cography, biography, iootry-ar- o $12.50 Or !10 tub Skasox. 2 as',, Mil rpi '', tmrrnrd Cblellr Matntwlno ttilladelpbii St. Lou I; San Francisco, and prised wlion ho fluds tbat all thoso aro but being reduced into this shape for lh Mam. alreol L.idy lnnni.i 1S'. oae, and lie not a very cood ono at that. ,1l,wr''' I hbi, j;:,aiid eetcraloiheri In Wooilford lltl, lal Mambrino Ktng, Jr , Is If. hft !i sstuor citie-- . tl boneflt of tbo poorer classes, aud there is ne the 2 SO bilno atrcJ by art tn larm and tho American as good as the Frenclii'' Tbo Welsh np, however, bos glvou us a key doubt but that, step by stop, all kinds ol 7 veariold, rerftct Klu. (the teat show horse Ir. dam by Kiank; 2d dam bv Aritai, Jd dam by 11 lu im ni,.. Mamlirlno a 4lh damby Dlomcde, Nobbj'a daiu o "Exactly as good for the general liupros-so- n to tho solution of sjveral names, in which it books, embracing every sort of learning and the world). Mambrino King was aired by lL by Imp. Tranby. does not appear as a diitiuct portion. Thus, acquirements, will bo offered in cheap Patchen. full brother to Lady Thorn. J:IS. tboroughbred maie, aaldtol that many of our bost handkerchief Parting with maressbsll forfeit thelniuranco In (the celebrated has becomo Pugh, and Patchen, by Mambrino Chief, Frice; pamphlet editions." bearing tbo name of floivcrj are C. h. VltOll, ork). all eases. 8K3JSti rS horse that J. B. Clay broiuht from New 55 6 Dow en; Stanford, Ky. Fritcbard, merely chemical imitation) of tbo genuino "Dom popular taste patroniw illustrated Mambrino Chief waaslrwl bv Mambrino Payuias-teran- d u'arjrj'O'o I will also atand a FINK YOUKO JACK that Powell. by Imp. Me.seo. correcr, Tbo fact is that and odors is far from he by Old Mambrino. he dam by Tiger will t permltte.1 to serve a few good msres at 110 works P bhIbb bhbbb PBBBBB , Mambtlno King. Jr's 1st Tiio tendency in prqier names has always jenuine oils of tbwers f which pur.) Anuri-ni- l I his Jack will kel yers old 1st .thof Tho boolujller considered a iniimnt and sd dsui by .Ver: tolnaura. dam by a.ia nr band, blgb H was alrpl perfumes a.j mi U ar. importo 1 prin- been toward abbrjviati n, a short naino be- ,aon continued: 'The demand fcr illus- Whi.. iJ thoroughbred Allen, A..,.sc. lh i.ba s,i,iiiiilr. Is fully "er m.r... S?Bil luldnell for cipally Ironi 1'raucts, an i genumo musk and ing invariably more popular t nn n long trated books of tuo finer sort is steadily in- by thli uie horao are tie flm-s- t tlie country sin l.v the task III it ws anil by W. L. He la a hall i i1 i lo and was taken to California. : : ' amborgr!, the two n.wt important and val- one. Another inethtd of manufacturing creasingparticularly when tha works are "Tviro taken to rreriiie.d-ita..i- t M xaesa P not Itiothcrnl tn 1,100 p .iud jack owned l.y Mr. Peyuable bases for flno perfume, must bo ob- family names was by adding a diminutivo C. U I. tv--lf rt- - ton l.mhref. Issued in parts by subscription. Fine enla i ! i MCanasJ Season fjrfelte.1 when III tained in other countries While tbo best to tho projier naino, tho chief dlminutivos In gravings of sculpture aud copies of paintings ,1 Willi. Pea, I" Crab Orchard, Ky. w&mBU American-mad- e this use being the syllables kin, cock, and et Hud a ready sale. Ulustratod oditlons of tbo perfumes aro equal In qualto n-- t !!! ! V ai'-os- j ity to tho or tue French, or otj another, ing, being found, but so standard novels ore very popular. Scion-titl- e ilueit D : ESBBB iJJ isch could not bo tho caso if wo rarely that it need hardly le meutionod. books bavo a limited call, and illus! Will make tha season of IJSl at my stables, 3i w"" oow ltd not that country to depend Using tbeso iu combination with proper trated works, In tints, on natural history are miles south of Huttonvllle. on tha Huitonvllla A upon for our essential oil. S. o Ksssas ualss The rea- names, from Simon we have Simpkins or in good demand. First editions of standard AMallah (llenco Is br Joe F.lmo, liiporteil Jformsn stalllnn will niaV ' the Ilbertrroad mv son for this lstht iu suetsful eff rts havo Fiineox; from Williams, Wilkins, Wilcox. authors r. MMB if ins ' M remarkably well, aud there is The fine ray, at i'lux e b ' ' ti' -- , . Id I .r ' .... , ZZ EEEZ8 llrEIBS boon made in tl.'-ivy to rai e Honors of and Willett. In early English days tho somewhat of a rage fur inutatious of ra'o l jitast Ijwui. I.y1., t. ' r " t. ll . l, I'1.,pacer,-. i, I l. J sufficient i k-- i - an 'ns.ty of p.rftitue to f agan was n favorite way of designating and ancient manuscripts and picm. Alout i. ", IVh. . ,M I I f c si .. o,l in suiikient quniititi. one who had not conformed to Chn tiaulty, supply I ('y AT IS THE NEASOX, I'l. tS Cbrhtmas time nnd during tue holidays V. tl il I'l .' ! to" make it puSullo i extract them, alnnd from this circtiuutaneo cumos the there is a rush for flno illuitraUsl books ll ' .. ,.r o A lal ' M.x A t itT (.irJ . r.llH for ' ... . t Mant.r! n to x.gu it is .i ;jihit tto ojorojs bloj.oim I'uiu , tho Paynes the I'ynes, nnd tho children, and for what I may call editions lem is 1.1 daiu MaltUS Mesari'Krt yf somo of thtf southern states, especially to whom may fitly bo oposod tho do luxe of tho poets proluly pictured by ChampoUadark gray. ' of J ay by Willie 1)., iby 1 orelguer, bv Imp (.leoeo) 2d IS 1,600 pounds and Is 6 years ..Id the :lh 3 Florida and jotber gulf states, have the full Christians, the Christies, nnd tbo ClirUtions, prominont artists. and action, good In the ..:. turn. i . I, r ftmnlnfhatn's Corner llottom: SI t ai(s9b fa.ftft! n neat. Ha Is of floa iarg. body. E. by a "k i k '. o bouquet of the same blooms crowinz In while tho Kitsous aro the descendants of w i whon. He "P; 3d dam Minerva lluncan, dam Imp. Ituizard, well ribbed and y IMn. Starlight by o Willie D.'a r i We Want a Ladr southern France, that great garden of com- some Christopher who was familiarly known sbouldtrs; head and neck well set of : i i i j Imp. Planso.) Atdallah Uleueo s rolu are Stubblefleld A Co., by O. W. mercial odor. Tbo flowers that lead as pro- among his friends as Kit. prmnent, solo sgeacy for ImwrtedHI.. September It. IMJ. Of iDte'.llgfnco to M and good move", both saddla and fine and lars I I M j i '" colts that trotted 1.200 viders of the popular perfumes for the It is curious to notice tho ready manner in our goods used In erery fatally la this plice. also atand at tha aame place our fine harness. Ibaveonevf his the rain ol 2 to, timed We circle at I yards on a a I I landkercbief and toilet are tho jasmine, vie-l- which local event'', such as festivals of local Stock tarnished by ui without lnTestment. Kr youngwill Jack, "'ww without any hyO. M (livens. Hustonvllle, Ky la tuberose, rcsj, bitter orange ilower, and saints servo the purpose of furnishing names :' EE tIt t flURI ' m ereaers lodispeBiible. J. 15. Ul'Ltsa Co., Chicago, handling, I also bar another that Heat about as BBE3BB B P D trotttna; ratsia. Combinations of these with nmbor-Kri- s for children. Tho names cf tbo scripture ! good Here Is a combination of the !2iat'BfiaJ a... Abdallah Ulan-r- a and musk rosult in all tho delicious per- saints aro common enough, but it is not so Illinois. and miming crosses ineststeo Boston Is a beau Atcinr.irnl.liliiirColt. fAlel November has hat but little training but trotted oa Haieh common to find Ilolliday, Hockerday and fumes that are used. Better than She Expected. 5a In l.iyle eounty, Ky which ir,.i hi.fk. tl hands .hJch; . was h-- j .. "1 t inn .. Ings A Por's track f Thes flower, or tbo most of them, aro Hobdoy, which all took their origin in tin Your letter received. In roply t ara hippy to 10," 1S79, ana is Dy sseai iiw, no l.w U r,l... 1,1a Is ten aeconJs slow, in : n, (six weeks or two i o I IF3 B I IS i.i,BS snoo Ply.by a Ma. months haoJIlng ) Mr Popho showed a Indigenous to tho south of Francs. Cossli, samo way tho child tho namo of ay that Parker's Hair Haliani did r more for da in by Jim Porter, first dsm much I .MMM! ! K asauie He l also a arM-eiJack tha blossom of the cinnamon tree, coioei tho day rather than that of tho saint in me ttasn you asld It would 2.H0 gall frt'iueotly. moth and Warrior -or than I expected. saadlt ilpr do wall Pastuia rurniate-- i as rr on.".- - "r:1 'l"" " bore aid b's t.i'is lm i from the Kast in lies, as does the tubsrote. whose honor tiio day was celebrated. St. My hair has not only ttepptd fallttgout, but psrig; j 5f i 4 will '. luali'Us. tie toi wretpou'i1"' ' ' llAlkhUhhU. I. red log .Bitter orange is from upper Italy. Tae oils Theobald is romombored iu the nnuals of bald spots are all eoTtrrd and HIT horse aul s.alta before to exawlua ll'itAY. all uiy hair has of violet, tuberose, jasmine, and other dell-m- t tho saints for many creditable actions but grewn thicker and !SSB: : 31 Ml elsewhere. He la a besmtilut brown, t5V torhaada raore lively than It was beferc and muacle. "Sands high suiierlor le TdK C')MBIS"KP hT.I.Ll(i., flowers Loins highly volatile, must lis his name is also found in little suspected my slckne-- a year t go " Thank MS H!!S .WM ZoiVi 5ltf..i ; small sum oi SWthr Srtihon1 extracted in a peculiar manner in order fiat qunrtors. It first becamo Tibbald, thon aaln " Uxtract from lettera of yoe again and SBXSSX eS'SSaTsfSSCXS to iiKiirc.r l.lvlnil toll. will auo stand Mr. It. W. T. PI they may be retainud nuy leu;th of tuiu for Tibbe, or Tobbe, whence conio tho Tibbos, my Jack, "3 'tSTTVT'W West 5ld street, New York. ! we. The ofeontial oil in violets is the wo.t the Tebbov, the Tibbetts, an I u score of IBIEEI . IE IBttEZ . . rotatils of all Honor extracts, and. ns tho others of the character and similar sound. aaason This fine coiublne.1 aUlllou will make ,tha towsr itself Is the iuoi dilllcult to grow of Another saint, Gilbert, has been equally un HNotsl Inila Kst. I ruMilailr rroa Kaoxvtllo, Mr Is li', hnods near iwiot i t,f lea.atmy alai.ie IO tt Insure. At -- helby iU the lwrfume dowers, violet extract is of fortunate witii uls name. Uib was formerly RAILROAD AID QUESTON. l lly A Knob coin cs' niy, on the i,Knii,Mi,r r.'iMinl " iNo. iiuci'.ir lot VriMhesr d Lealngtoa H CovltaaSaa.I1.,!, m.1 Tr.-- i 'n K- I na.r.'a rl Lealnatuii and a cant word t express a wanton porson. double tho value of any other volatile essen-aby lb. r t ( i up' 'hid Lick Turupiks Itcad, at not iii Uin.feaasesraai Parte Malum ..b. t r Ii Then it boennw a proper name, whenco oH of flower. Cassia is usedas a. N.. it daily e;ps, bol Tr.inand Pasts, ami rarrpi Sunday twea The Lincoln bounty Court at its April term, Seasou or $20 to Insuro aLh .ittil.j.r a.,iaer.U Hi.: ..for violet when the latter is tcarce. The Gdbertson, Gibbs, Gibbonsons, Gibson, IMS. mil an order eulwilttlug to tho qnallaWd Mo the la dally from Llmlnaall to tiiansuetl w.tti i..r.lt K well raid Sr no lnir Colt. U of thaw ilowors nro extracted and held nnd many others. lliih. Knox till. fli Pari- - Xr). M. dally J',ir r.H. l'Oll vo era of the county, at as election to be bold la Ix n t exert gun-JaKo monosyllable name has been so prolific IiewYlnllon and rd!rw. -- Second by what is known technically as grease nb Mv farina mtto; arr lxlnfloss votlrgirerlMcu of the ciuoty.cn l a u. ""' wllh b!.v.: iu..ns anu tan blcwl In its derivatives as John. v . As a family theTwal sorption, but the French give the prucjis tho esrf-pSunday , hart Jxluglon r. m, & an rS KVa a Inches high, with Ami i) I. and cl'.oo. theiollowlagiiuia-tln- JtilU Kith, t D Ooa a?icSBBSSsaPri an. I mi Paris SIS pas. naun It is sometimes found ns n plain John, arrive mora delicato name of eufleurage. 4 rran old this ewlmc. was lrl by .Lewis Is Lit. -- K.. S and raa via WIm better :. ny the famoia oia w then as St. John, then iu first chango is into "I do not ki. jiv win discovered t'as pr a odd fi' i, wm i tttlaaaa sr4 " Whether the county of Lincoln shall Ism bonds nltiKlam's Jewel. Car. rwtweea RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E Kim dt, Mlenlo. by Mrln.i.1. I r let it is one of the simplest, and at the Minis Johns, then coiihm Jones, Johnson, John-coc- to an amount act r dint; twettty-Bv- e (iiHiiia.ll nd Kleaaaa-od-, V , and WltK-ttettbestMnd H.lcorD. 'id .law ly.WtllOruBd; W ani is and Waahltglo, l. C. Jonkins, Jenkins, Jennings, Jenkinon, A faronto i rrsrrUitlon of one of th time ouo of tho most effictlvt, known to tavy fcdT asm. of a n aau aaisgagii i Jeuks, Jinks nnd Jinkiiison. lly additions dollars oa the credit and responsibility of the ul.lle ,.iare, i Hgvsjs ilVen.- - Mr. H. ctsotnical science. nni ,ii"!' an I Slice. rlul f .VcsM in ins i . v batannua tuaes bl rallsuad. oaeckol to any A layer cf reOue I fat 11 ,r llrlilllt n.lioii who'ecouoly, to bcespended la acqul;ing till t " I Mlii.i "li'ii or -- 11 jon 'w. we hae Little John, Drown John, and Projwr-johupon a large n.i-- j sijve with farwis. Mrnl HitliUaoit. II en' nrK1 l.utt !' MlilOE W. M. WniTTI.I isKV. rig 'it of way over a atrip ot land tnrough the lir.iiiluuia iu.'! l.i'Uc.!i i,. Hg-- 1 mare won-thi. :.i i. Jrvt. No nrg.unent is ne.'ded to prove tho or the icoaboj. Upon this bod f grea-- tho d.db-ntIim I'aawiiaer AaMSt. ami Trav. itmAant. nd Jewel haa Iwen ahiwn touri-e- n Address DR. WARD & CO., Louiasaaa, Mo. t.nlnwlwa, Ky. popylnrity of Jack. As a nicknamo it is county ot l.loccdn, lglnnlog at or ntr Staaforl oily tw.e. (iSMrioo, Ky petals cf the flowers are scatblue, twelve liue, hlngli'fatl M W. SMITH. "" "e" It. W. KUIXUri, HxjiI beyond all fear of abolition, nnd from or itlchmood Junction and extending thoaee nl' o r.i will be (iirntn-- l at tered tocely. Then n layer of fut i, pr.-tIVlur -- . IV.. Lien As 'riiri Utuamt by or uar to Hua'onvllle to the Casey Partlnc wllh wires lorieila the luauranc pild. upon the flowers, nnd t'aen more petals, and a nicknamo it pasxl by easy stages to a reV. are on all wile putable place among the family innia-- . county line, upjn the general width of not mora rvUinod Cunnlnghntuuntil service chary so on, until tho sieve is tilled. It is then at ao'.d two .lwj-I ouls V. II. 1'BWNY, DU. I!,t"V ret, and 3ch additional grounds luuauhiiulHiiiliailii would not The linino of Peter furnishes n curious bit than erroty-a- v sovsml up aud subjected for ten i r twelve IOlttlMl. Rotsr to a ten.peiatutv just below the point of history, showing how a popular prejudice as mar be needed for that porpoat and ruck 'and at torUn.,b.lhh.,.e,,r oTAXroRO, KKNTUCKV. SAXnutnr Ky fur depot buildings, -at which the fat would melt. Then thj Leat can influence tho choice of a name for a Stanford as May be titd Citv. tHr AND PATER HATIOER. ob Lumstef Meswt, rent dvir to Isrit-KloIteasoning from analogy, one might machine sboH, round bousoi water supply and is incroasjd until tbo fat becoms liquid and child. JoiniatoiBo'. Oefse Smsui IrtMaS toll a. such ether buildings and structures as may be use rnus through the meshes of the sieve, into a suppeso that as Peter was the leading elal'y All u.ant I to S r. a. Atxtblia administered when Presco Celling Paper Hsoglng a SSMSMlt and as tho chair of Peter was held iu lul toiald railroad, aaJ to permit the county to Tat arranged to receive it, charod with tin Orders Prosuptly Attended to, perfume of the flowers. Tbo leaves, ap- high reverence, his name would tnl:o prece- dispone of said proper y when so acquired to said HTASIoaD, Kv. 10 HAVt hl.UH IKt tlVIt Ul'JT It KCPT IN OBOti; Rahroid Company upon such reasonable terms perparently odorless, remain in tho tdove, but dence of all others with piously-incline- d I have concluded This fine young saddle stslllon mares at the low sons. So it does iu many parts of tho continumb-ro- t me distillation does n A rob them of ell their and in such m inner as to oouiponsation a'aiuuy f, leiservealltntud P' ir ' laNMaoiram.?! sweotnese, and soiuj if tho sanu fat, nent, but in England tbo namo was always be agrerd upon by ail. I county, through its priie vl lij.-v- . WLTU iiy; & Then cold, i.s n:ixd vi:t:i tUom again, nnd singularly uupopular, their being, as a rule, said IUIIiod Company, as permit - "rrnsiTK Johns to one Peter. The ttd by an Act of the Uimrtl AfMUilly of Ken ilmsamo pixice.-- ie;ated. In turn, onw about thirty-fiv- e of the second distillation is run througa tte priests did all they could to oncuunigo tbo tucky, entitled 'An Act to autborlza Lincoln Which money I will expend on his education after DANVILLE. - - - KENTUCKY, K' k I A ievo with tho flowers, which ore then, in- use of tho naino, iu vain, for under tho county to raise money to lid In the construction the aeason is over uy piacion mm .uto "".;"".,,-- : man, only Oame always on Meals ara asrved at all hou-s- . deed, robbed of all their fragrance. Tho name of Peter's penco tho English were of n railroad through sild county,' approved May some good aaidle horse them naturally. I pct baud ani In Its SMSon, oysters fresh fish, and simIn his gaits, for he has Mrs last two proceses tnak tba dcublo nnd forced for ngos to puy ono of the mo,t odious 1, 1834." o exhibit him at tho lairs, mil rdg. I. ilar delicacies served In all styles and en short Pstau-rant- " bav or urown. 15. nauu taxes in nil their lUt, a tax for which they triple extracts known to the trade. Tl Lookout for the sign The undersigned were appointed a committee by old.thl. Spring, dark He was sired notice.and call when you are hungry. lorm. model grease, holding tho rar. oils cf tin lloner. could leo no use, which took moiny out o f the Court and directed to have the above stated high aad a , ..i.l ,.11Inn.ni.i.rt. fltullr. Levi y Is then scaled in cans and is ready for mar-kj-t, their pockets and brought them nothing in F. lV.Ji.lSOMlKIJtKIl tV &j. action of the Court published for tha information Hubble's On Time; lit dam by one of the XfandMt Tu.r. whirh it finds all over Europe and iu return; but, thanks to tho prieLs, tho namu of tbo voters af tho county, and we hare adopted horses, ever known In any country, Ubb.e a Lexlngton.a . horse that has taken raore premiums this country. Tin tradi :nin j of this gre.as3 was sometimes given, and wo thus have not this method of rerforuilng that duty. mv1 imrava than any known iZ.' '.i -only Peter, but Peters. Peterson, Pierre, is (Minado extract. a i!,T '.;. V." lJ'" horse; any horseman wll tell you so. hmb .w Peur, l'earion, Par.n, Paroii, Pierco, to") iJLAIff, J. r"!'" dills rt,H bf a T.rl4 e. "Iu prej aring the p;rfumos fcr use tho should lot let tho strains ot these two families oung gether with Perrotts, Parrots, Petorkins, Tnos. W. Vamox, Faulkner's , lundown. His 2d dam was by sayshe was manufacturer treat' the p ma le with odr-les- s Perkins and Pat kin-- . April 10. J. N.Mknks-bieJ thylt America. Uncle s'oier Oentry alcohol, that nmdj fr.im corn being th Othor scripture uamos aro more common. iu umiu yanmm ui mih.u iu t.v.lUi breeder that evtraloid In Boyla county. Cure for Piles. although spirits made frJin potatoss Isaac has given us best, Positive dam by Taylor'a Messenger. Ikes lkeson, Hick-on- , and grapes are the-- j with Hlggs nnd but two arj and Hicks and To the people of this county we would say tbat E. H. BURNSIDE, David gave us Davios David- we have beea given the agency ol Dr. Marchlsl's noier perfectly cdorh-s- , and, th?re;ore, tho Hlgjiii.-on- . son, Dawes, Dawon. Dawks nnd Dawkins Italian Pile Ointmont emphatically guaranteed finest perfumea cauuot Uj prepared from This fine young Jack will also make the sestoa Woll - Known them. The alcohol becomes ut onco t m af- Daniel is still feu iu Daniels, Danges Dan-son- to cur or moaey refunded Internal, external, Old of ISM at my stable, ono mile from btanfoid on Tlil8 and Damnds. Simnn is found iu Sim, finity of the perfurao hsld by tho grease. Maintains Uustonvllleptke.at Blind, Bleeding or Itching Tiles. Price M cents the Hotel Himpon, TIJ E CHLY TRUs nd it readily leaves tho latter and joins ftminouc S.tnkins, Simcox, Simonds and abox. Kocure, no pay. Penny A Philip survives In Phillip,, McAllster, High i ho spirits. Tbo gruasj is still thore, liow- - Phelps, Phllps, Fhlpps Phltou. Pullcox. and Druggists. 88 to Insuro a Living Colt. AND .rer. To removj it from tbo afllliated o Pbllpott, Matthew Meius always to have Meve Walker Is a brown with white point"-- ; f Daughters, Wives and Mothers. and spirits th compound I subjected teen a favorite, for his memory is still emJick Its Proprietor it Determined that hands high, 4 years old and said by goo.1 a. We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marcblil's to a gradually lowering tamperature until balmed among us in Matthews and it Shall be Second to no uoantrr men tube one of the fimst ,boned Jacks tn sure. iu a female remedy, to euro Female Dbcas-e- s, Ujo grease congeals. Matsou, aud H.s actions liko a horse, oulck and Hotel in the State in its Fare, It Is theu an easy mat-to- r DartholoinewMatttan.known nmong Matt. detain is now men as such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and If you patronise us we will promise not lo to run tho liquid off, and all that is left Appointments, or Attenaccount. 1L Ilattel, Hattie, Ulceration, Falling and dlsplaccmsnt or bearing you long oa the Jack's V do is to bottle It, cork it, and label it, and Bartolow. Hartle, Baitlett, tion to Comfort of Bates. Bat'sons, Batcocks, Badcocks, and J. Mi. A J. It. I.t x is ready for any lady's handkerchief. their Guests. Badkins Thomas recjlvod nn additional down feeling, Irregalarlttles, Barrenness, Change "Bitter-orang(lowers, rose leaves, cassia imitus to jxipularity from the sad fato of Life, Loucorrhoea, bisldea many weaknesses and other per.unn lloiKn have fixed ossen-Ma- i of his uamcsnko, Thomas a Beckett, and his springing from the above, liko Headache, Bloat HsgKMe "III he cootefct U and from the de oils, which unobti.nei by distillation, namo is found in a hundred difforeut forms, Ing, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous defree of charge. Special accommodations to Commercial Travelers. The liar will among tno mot common uelng Thorns, bility, Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For salo by Xli neroll oil of trade .. .)utain?d from FACTS BZCAflOmO always supplied with the choicest bloom. Tai-s-j flovtors are abund- Thompson. Thompkins Thomset, Tomkius, t. druggists. Prices 1 and tl SO per bottle. Send brands or Llaaors and Clears. Sifg HarUr'ai Ircn Tonia ant everywhere iu Florida, and most of thj Tomlins. Thomlins, Tliomlmson, and Thorn-notDoubt James was always popular in Scot- to Dr. Marchtal, Utlca, N.Y., for pamphlet, froo. Slreof Emma Manley.Hib Pate, ithur choice porfumery flowers grow thore land, and appears as Jamoson enrich tho Dtnnn.rcnil.in it and Jfmson. For aale by Penny A McAllster. Drugglats. nil tin- - will nnrlh-an- KIDNBYS, ami ItcronK TIIK Ac. Ac., will make the souon of 1MJ at my stables nd alon; tbo gulf iu profusion. LIVER ami About Not even iu the laws and history of Engnear Stanford, Ky., E HEALTH and VIOOH of YOUTH In all llmto 111. dlacux.a V.,W,(wo worth of toilit p.'rfumjs arj sl! His Loss was Her Cain land does tho chango In tho natl ii'j stylo of Itii 'IONIC, rciiiirliic aciriuluui J i;ro every year, tha bases for tho most pan thought npixnl so forcibly as In the names I). IHI'ia.W uutiif Aipvi;ie,lmllKvs- "Well, madanv," laid a faiblonable physician to AT TWENTY DOIsLAKS. on. i.lk or Hirt'iiain. uic. ns use is niarkci given to children. Tho New Testament a wealthy lady patient, If you don't like my pre "iiicu nr imDortid." lib Imnicillulu and lioues. St. Martin Is one ol the most distinguished sons names were neglecte I, but tho oldest and scrlptlon, perhaps you had Enst musclei nml supiillisMomlerliil mulls, Lullvens new rune. leri-li. m better try Parker's of Imp Phaeton, winning goon ra Wliat the lleaveu-llor- n lli'ulu l'irr. tho mlnil and most uncouth appellations that could bo disTenor I.'uts. ol his colts on -- roa U all distances, aud sull.rli.ir iron; all complaints covered in tlo Old Testament were droggod Tonic or some other iuick stuff " "You don't horse atIn 1881 were all seen at tha front Ills ISan rranclsci Chronicle. J I A nikCC iicviillurlotliclrsi'xsvlliniullii mean It, Doctor," she antwerrd but your advice the turf JjIL If AltTKUd niON TOH10 a rule ami ipicUy It lias always ben n very painful though from their obscurity nnd forcsd into uso. maybegeod aon, Doubt, wasoneot the best i.year.oldi ol the Washington, Philadelphia N.Y In their humility the Puritans ued somefcr all tbat. Sometimes you j ear. 8t. ftlartln Is tho highest type uf a thorough. euro. II litres a anil hcallliy loinplcxlon, to ma that beaven-bortenors eat. Nothiiii times to chango their names giving them-selv- call 'quack stull' Is the best and most what h 'llio atrunsol In tbo value ol llu. scientific Lrclhoran. standing over 10fa hands and gh. at. Tha only line running u further f r m my 1 luiiy Tknk is ihulfri'iient attempts combines of a hero of Itallni proportional, kind aa Isiub such nnmos as Sipphira, at viiuiilutli llinl.ii. mil)- uUileil lo thotiopiilar than eatiu.'. Driaking i, rather nat Cain, Absalom, Delilah. Ananias, and others, medicine, after all." She got a bottloot Parker's tbo best blood of Eugland and America- - Hy Imp. Abnor, Ityoftlii'O 11.I.1.11 Ii on aral, although one always as oclatss teno; thoreby expressing their unwilllinjness to Tonic and it cured ber if neuralgia arising from Phaeton, first dam ifok.y. by tain. or k.hlrei sec-- - PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS do not exporiiiniit -- ii lliularniill) ilisliu luallli oiiiuinal a.nd Ulst disordered stomach and nerves, Soni ur O'MtomoTji -- l)r llnrtar U1 To. told ber nmi dam aim Jiiriiu. ui uan'sw with champagne and delicate wine. But bear Letter. Such names as Earth. Ahes, Mo. for our DKHAM liocir " nwiY'lli uswikb frlen't and i nw tbey all keep n doctor at homo tn (sonof Blr Archy); tnira usm Belalr; fl th ; dam ,. . I iii. (ul lul lUiiillon.liuo.. Inovv that Cardinali eat. I have sjoii him Delivery. More-Frui- t, Tribulatmn tho Lord. Tiiiiol tr ', Archyi fourth damCalypso, by ' Tonic. More-Trin- l. . T '1 0 13 r It GALC HY ALi the form it ' Dlseijillno D.I. !!'; --, IU Is not n jwotic eater. I have had my eyi (dam of Ojotentlon by Imp. Dare Devi Ji noiwv.irt..hi TV" icr- and Free-Giwijro not unWlMali; seveuiu a uaiu dnmBvmea' n i fixed on the Adam's cpplo of Glanuini' 7 .. ,hiii iim idtiint CLKi; KOU 1'Il.v.k. 4 ...i.t .'.. 1(4 tt A AUCK11D l' r VrUBUgiil. sain,' cxamplo to bo Siroat, though I believo it is not good man common, but perhapstho inbestjury uam uy Imp. Hoblnotij dam found raoat a Vlltm aro frequently preceded by a acuae of weight phlnj ninthKangerjbyeleventh dam by lentn gallant; Imp. aers, while he has swallowod a toothonii countyis that contained timo of tbo list in tho Imp. Jolly of Sussex at the common- tnthe back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, ..Vr.K a seen that 1.. Trvall. Thus It laorscl of macaroni. It Is dreadfully Ud wealth. from the same fountain that was IionlsvlHr, Cincinnati nud Jtructivo of Eruaui, Iladame, and Fuu-- t t The Indictment was for blasphemy, nnd causing tl.e patient to snp.oaa lit baa so;n. uIT. :!..ti blHl lsenrlrhed great race borse ana greniMi 01 ut tha kldntys cr orsans. At tin.s, Lexington, the tho accused must havo folt quite comfortatnow that tho swotii9Ss of thqlr music sires, r.nd ii encoe, YorkshireI and Phaeton reat the expense of all romantic Unl ble when ho lenrned that In wuu to be tried lymptomi of in !iit.i.u ara preauut, ns flat tilctir) , nowned In the turl histories.obligehave put his serto iiriguoll was the Loy to oat, though. 11, before eighteen gentlemen muiU'il Accep'od linewlln'is of tlto et. iu kih, etc. A nioliture, like vices at the low figures breeders attoya friends and dlatan.e Iu irevor, llede"iued CompUm, Faint-Npr jduclng a try dlMrvabla Itching, nt'lghlKiis and 10 Justify d take a fi tlUi'inmtod tho modern chnmpazna an Hewitt, Make-Peacgud mare, Connor ting In earn depot with fast tralni for won to hlui. sending Heaton. afur getting warm, I. is .ry common attendant, on thos'iares I will also stand at the ssme place oyster tenor. II belonged to tho old scluM Hniart, Htrmucr, Earth Illlud, Blsodlug nnd Itching l'llsw j of feeders, and he tii liko othor lions. Th !l! at oure to the my lomblned borso, Adams Called Power. Kill Slu Pimplo, lb fcfgher a tenor can sing tho more ho can oat turn SiUmun, application of Dr. Hosnnko's Pile IleMiady, w lilcli acts Joiner, ABJDAI-BjAII- , X.- :1T It is the balance of art. 'T"3 White. directly upon tb jiarts affitted, absorbins the Dan to lien-drlc- or the Slmplest mid Most WTectlTO Trocossos Known to Chemical Solonro l'rcrmrlne; Perfumes for Uso Essniitlul Oils. Adding Dlnilnutlcs Holidays John mid Its l'rollllc Crop of Derivatives Scripture Names Tho l'urltnns. t8 Iwls t. plot as a substructure, and its adoption merely as an artifice of construction. Tho jwpular tasto prefers a simple story, with characters, nnd tho lighter tho vein in which tho story bo tol I tin nrre numerous tho readers nud tho more apparent the appreciation with which it is received. Wit nud humor, though, having found such a hearty reception through the daily mi 1 periodical literature, is not so much cf a fixture ic I'Vtsrilou l.'vcn Tn .NiivcTs. llkiniiiiore Herald.) "Fiction," fold tho books.dor, "changes like the fashions in bonnets. Just nt this time tho society novel is all tho rage nnd purely lovo talcs aro temporarily nllorded a retreat upon tho upper shelvos. Sensational works are not nearly so generally sought after as they wxro formerly. But tho most isotlceablo and posltlvo change has beou in tho plan upon which the current novels are built. There lias been a dropping of tho Mypnleliratfd saddle Iioim lredr, On Time, will make tlioscaom of issv at w Mntilm niar the Knob I.tck pike, i tulles from Shelby City, at ON TIME! wn Wild, STAND or It 4tt fcr' I .$7 5W Ai I nont l.in.li lr i Jack, with well proportioned form and muicles. aired by Stonewall Jackson: ho by Washington Doornail; dam Fancy by ilclahamr. I will also alnnd at t he same place tho well known 810 to Insure a Colt till weaning timo Oa Time Is a bcautlm! by, 1, hands high, II was At our rremltesl tills fi..m Tuiueravllle al to luahre n llilug colt. 11.3m jl. A) J'' a. J. uoriut. MmW .1 nijrcts. j,',,i , iunit THE DEVIL& uAKE, s r i i CSAKIGE I'.l tkt tmitnbla - ,rj OLD 1JLACK HAWK, And two young Jacka, Tho slreof trotters and misters and mot lanrv r c ii Minne-- v '.ir' .'I k I s Eistern huriw tban any othor staland ta .it i'i. I.w pnii- if i is .i"l i'ianls. lion in Kentucky, will mako the season of ISM So.ii,nal Map and full parn. iUr. nulled four miles west of Stanford, directly on the Knob fteolonnyauilresbyC. II WARKLN. PTI I" I" 8 1 Lick pike, and will be permitted to serve mares a t Hen'l P,.s. Afcnt. St. Paid. Minn pn.i fT Bl thetxtreuely low price of U 1d.in.rl 4 K. It, Ella to l' , M ' first-clas- - '.ouso Rlvur Country. IMORTH r FhVWF'fh Ii'lbutiryt) S ln.l .''v itii at DeMli DAKOTA Hm D I ike, Dakota. TURTLE MOHNTA'N, ibu).; u') -- - I'tn LL LB.B htk-li- Itotile' h first-clas- np-Rlc-e, n, Mambrino Kiug, Jr. hoiiio-dislille- c, I, n, V c 28srif r Ife' Mam-brln- iz 111 LULL C-- ts h e, n, J 1 I 5S,Jtt ii1 tin 1 oo y y. .wi """'."l( 3i3i CHAMPO AbdallaliGlonco l ' i I I !"- I 1 ci.: I I T Pyn-sou- s, ' Vl'l I In-- a rr ): sssas ars-s-o- tl l Cturo-kee.tb- Bloom-Incto- n, :'itr'h i'i! iir i . f- ot, castas BOSTON ."..' 1 ll 1 ....... - ! I y pnaoi.s-i.ahli.gt- t'r-0- i i SECONDJEWEL -- Bo"b , -i OSal'DESloy rta-t..- Bill U sub-dilu- JSiif-uvtlti- lr, :, e '' '' l'r-Tlh'. l Ix-Ina-ts- '" ' '.n ci m 1 1 y. & is k, -- n. i "! -- eiajia ' c i.h' r.h. i ! odor-b.-an.i- ,; wsait-war- Jl. IBOMEKV. HOUSE l'AINTER! St-tl 'c R GILT J1DGE! I iJM-lrr- .l I ? I MaSoulieimer's Ucsttuirnnt - B bt f saaf a u2k SaW M .aaaal ".,'. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and its Still Reputation, IIKlOiilroTiln? STEVE WALKER' Propr -- s, JFjJ&Ldr par-fiim- n, .,., ffkm e Stallions for 1885. IRON TOSilC ST. MARTIIOf- 1 t Kentucky's Route nnillCO ora la ly oi HAn-ei.-ii'- - Joy-Agai- n. Froin-Abov- ft ,.-- --. A SOLID TRAIN f Icx-luxtoii.JX- WASHINGTOl'I CITY. ot e Ujl-Ibwar- d li Tho Terra del Fucgnus. INorristown Herald Tho people of Terra del Fuega are uuabl . tP(JiiUnt;uish "lie color from another; the; 'IbavB jio i eligwn and no funernl rites; thai d ouljr weapons are spoars, am tiioy grow neither fruit nor vegetable. Am boiie-pointc- More J. nut Kowler, Hoiw-Fo- r Bender. Grace-fil- l Herilin ', Wten-Nn- t Billings, and Meok Browor. Harobanos is too woll known tn iicr intuition, but his brother was still more Bitted than himself in tho matter of nani". ha vi.ig been Iwptissil ns I N.t Dieii Barebouos. . PrHt-o-Go-- Tumoff, ttllM) lllg the lutuiiM Itching mid u flee 1 Kg ft iwrniuueiit cure, l'rlio JC ocnt. Address the Dr. Uosanko Mtdlclue Co., Plqua, Ohlf bold by Meltob-srt- a cTE And my Uurman horse, The Direct Route Lynchburg, villo, Norfolk, .fy czmr: r: 'r.jccxw.'vxa - i Stage PHIL SHERIDAN, ' -. I All Virginia and North Carolina --- navcr hoaaL'iivlilsIllns Ooldon jftftlu)ytfr to hfjonviad. They liavoneltbo ft cingreulr a state loglslatura, and ar Stali;" kQlimhiui ap d Tho work ut widening tho Suoz canal whloh is now dofluitoiy deoidd upon, will it is oitimitad, oacupy two years. What caussss the great rush at Mcftobcrls & Jtapg's Drug Store ?" Tito frco distribution of sample bottles of Dr. Deionks's Cwogli and Lung Syrup, tlw aiost popular renwdy for Ceugln, ColJi, Oonanasptlan jind Dreuelillls uow on Dm waittt. Hegutar size SO cents and $1.W. " khec nisTmmmo.v. ll.rtn..u(t r.ul lllv(. " 421-.t- rwt felt VKHlMtT.. ! -. - ,. .. . .... . For tLkats and lurther or - ssuaroaa - nnplr : . . " . - . ticsei oroce, (Irass and feed rurnlsUeil nt reasonau e raioe, im your any oeeur. W. K. AltWOI.II. W. J. Ukso, no responsibility for aertdents should Advertising Agt., Tloket aud Pass. Agb 7 four 1 11 M'c.. ljsj Oari also have far sab. 17 j oarllnit Uultl ana 10 r S.11. llMUlll.lt AX, Uy fctanrord, u. "'. in. t. run lilchraond, ... it. iiiuiiuii, Oen'l Pasi'r Atfi. Oen'l Msnaser, VtrcisU. a-j- nri ,r:, v: Points. Information, 1. l r" HH I llHOI.ill Allrll. -. t'r. jirr f"f.'i biMlily .! i .1 . A III" Mrllliigsand I iirmiiiH uiul uuitnra cf klKiun rrnniiiilitl ll for lire nt Kli.wilil. rSlrnlua.t meked llela,hrrnlchea. ctiafi a r i.aii,e.iiriiiH. imrks. Film Iu tho Kya Jtr lllAeS. J. A LI.I'N.,1 v.. Hole Prim. ftnilSfnnn. "'isi oo,.Mi.;iu.rlliMCiiirliiiintl.). r aalj by all DruocUta.Tiu iitliv. m-l- ii, hh I Ii ir iliirnl In IMS by p iiiiIi'm, anr ami .11 1. .lal. i, did Mores, .b-b- int -- -f Ml Semi-ffitteeh- lg UK UIIM MmUl mJiJXllUH.IlLUlimJlITlt'ICJM.MlnvW i m iitujinma STANFORD. KY. if Wrt ure glad to tee so many newspapers of the State speaking out upon tho que lion of the whipping-pos- t, nnd hope they may oontinue the agitation of this matter Stanford, Ky., May 5, 1885 so that the Legislature shall be compelled to take hold of it nt its next meeting. Wo want no i lately sontiment about this relic of birbanem. While it may smack soma what of tho darker and lesi refined times of ' Precious Gospel Taking Root in Hea- - the pant, ho do tho crimes committed by those who would feel the hah remind one AJOUU, of barbarism. The man who would so far forget the marriage vows aa to strike the partner of his life should bo made to sutler IdUTrOOItAJ J1II.EH OVTFftOM the severest penalty that could be Ir.il'cted Uomday, Monday, v. ., Mar. 1885 Deaii iNTEnion: Wb ran out of the by the lash, and that penally indicted in Hopkins; hot city bjr an early morning "acootnmoda-tlon- " the most public thoroughfare. Into, to thla elevated position on the County Glonner. rango of hJuh hill, known as tho"OhautK." The Eaglisb gardencis have a way of Wo are nearly 2,000 feet above the level of treating various kinda of settle, so that birds the fen; and, nlthough It is far fram cool, will not cat thow, that (miner hen could the teinperatiiro la muoh more cmlurab'e adopt. The eed are slightly dampened than at Bombay. The rapidly inrrtuMn? i t nifi'e wot by placing thm in a veawl, heat forewarn u that wl must not linger and sprinkling wu rover lhm while they long on tho burning plains but hie to the are lieing Mirrod. Then some dry rod leid mountain!) with what rpred wo may. about n Icaspoonfnl to a pint of seed, Is The 5 days we epent In liombny were de- added, stirring being kept up nntll each lightful. The Methodist brethren, a kernel la thinly coated with the paint. This and Xorlhrup, gave ua weloamo to plan works well with corn and peas. their hearta and pulpits, in epltu of all A kits la said to bo sweet, not because it aorta of rumors tflhat a to our dangeroua here los, anil we had a number of Krvlote, cmtain saccharine matter, but because a with perfect freedom to apeak and ting the man doesn't know what elno to call it KoejH.1, an the dear I.OItl) has taught it to whin ht fevla the tiled (raveling through tif. In tho course of theee eerrtcea I Kent his system on a lightning cxprces with no over our "peculiar teaching" very fully, atop over check. It is safo to assume that t speaking with great boldne.a, and I will a man vho attempts to describe a km nev- write it to the erorlaMlng honor of tho er haJont; men who have had kiwi (not brethren present, that they heard ui pa. em"kf ) don't want to talk; they just want tlently and when wecime away thanked ua to think end dream and die with their boots Texas and bid us a hearty "Clod speed." First on. So we have been told. and last wc had half a dosen wlnUterr, English and American, aud.scTerel natlvt, The white brick now taado in France Engllih speaking catechlsta to attend the from the immense accumulations of waste eerflce and all teemed edified and de- sand at glaia factories is likely to prove a lighted. valuable industry. The process of producIn a private conference with three very tion coneisls in subjecting the sand to on intelligent young men of the htlcr claw, immense hydraulic pressure and then baka "wldo door and t flectual" seemed to opon ing in furnices at a high temperature, so as quite unexpectedly. I believe now, most to produce blocks of various forms and diheartily, that, aa a cla, they will bo verv mensions, of a uniform white color, and teachiblr, and will not fail to receive glad- of almest pure silex. The product is ly what the dear LOIU) ban taught ua of by the heaviest frosts or by the sun His grace. or rain The first ijueillon propounded by these The rtcklessners with which bad men teachei after ajeking a personal interview, commit crime, for which the penalty is was, 'What do you teach concerning " confine ment in tho penitentiary, is fast gaining converts to the Whipping-pos- t Bill I wish jrou could have seen the looks of from thoso who have conscientiouslysop-pwe- l intelligent inlereal, with which they folIt for yesre. The feeling In favor of lowed an exposition of I'itilV doctrlno of n trial of it is growicg,and it will not be true holiness in 1'alllipiana 3d , and the surprising if the next legislature should enevident relief with whloh they accepted act a law of thla kind. Farmers' Home Jeaua' "easy yoke" and "light burden" that Journal. nlalse theology hw made 10 heivy and A correspondent cf tie HVWern Tubatro grievous to many. An I at I Ulaed with Jountal myn that he finds saw-duor bran them thrrc njtened for me a door of hope coal-oi- l, and sprinkled over and mefulne, quite hr way of surprise, saturated with that I had not dreamed of btfere Same the plant lei, and tUective weapon for the how r other (I wtinder at it now) 1 hate, protection of plints from the rha and other insects. U has lined this method for in thinking mueh of poseibU nseftilneas years, and says It is as satisfactory acd "tilling KuroptaiM anit heathen, overlookcheaper than canvass ed the clM that of all other I should much have linked forward to rtacblotr with meat The.Bridge of Rubs in a name that Ha "snguine expeetation. I see n.w that 1 I given acovered p eoge-Kawhloh oonnec a can, to any great extent, touch thla body the DozeV place in Venice with the State pr's of chriatiana I shall acoompli!i, by grace, on It was so named from the circumstance rocr f. r the heathen, than if even the that condemned prisoners were carried over while missionaries are converted to the doc this bridge from the hall of judgment 10 trine. ' l'ray for us," that Batan may not the place of execution. Hood has used tl.o 'hinder" thla "good work." name as the title to one of the most beauOf all whom I expected to hear from tiful poems. among my American miwionary brethren The ruby, atya an expert, ranks for price in the "North West Provinces' and the and beauty above all other precious stone. 'Tunjtb," only 3 wroto letters. The rent When a perfect ruby of die carats is maintained a most omnloua silence. Of brought into the market a sum will bo the 3 two alone bade me a loving welcome, for it ten times tho price given for n dear Woodside of Fattebgurh; and Lucas, diamond of the same weight; but should It of Allahabad. The third gave me such a reach the wetgnt of ten carats it Is almost stab 10 tho heart that I can hardly write invaluable. these worda with composure now, although A Nlchulss county woman turns tho the LORD'S love haa been applying (iilc- I'd balm to the deadly wound since the scales on her husbind and publishes in the a letter came, 3 daya ago. Tta' is all I wish Carlisle Mtrcury a notification that she to write about it; as I am faithfully record-in- g will not be responsible for any debt or what btfala us in thla varied evangel; trade that he has msdo or may make; that and it is best that friends should know who tho farm and all the stock belonca to be sold or traded withwho ply the dagger, who "pis by on the her, and must not out her consent. other side," and who "find uppouring In oil and wine." Gum arable is rapidly raising in price "And thou too, Brutus,'' means more to Tho average annual consumption is 9,000,- me thin ever since that cruel, crue'. letter 000 pounds; tho amount in market is on'y WVatart acain a' ll nflOOOO pounds, and even If tho wsr in by il fiM mmn loin that leive Itombsy a' (III) the Soudan should be over in a few months, this evening. This tie break in tto MJO no ptrt of tho new mop could he received uiIIihio Allahabad our next hailing glace in Alexandria until next December. will help much. Bro. Lucas entertains List jeai 'it Income o! the Girard estate ua there by loving invitation. Evrr in la Pnlladelphla was $050,000. Its real -Oeo C. IUn.Nia Jisiii, es'ate alono Is valued $7,310,000, besides Tun Cost ot Maiiryimi. Some New tin college buildings ind grounds. The ilampshhe girl got tired of hearing their collieries of the oUale produced 1,100000 . young men My they could not silird to tons of coal during tho year. uuVry, so they put their beads together to The additions to the Baptist churches demonstrate that any tcuok man of fair iu Richmond, Va , since Moody 'a visils.aro mean could flotd to support h wife and a nearly If not quite COO. Numerous accesmodest increase of family. The result of sions hnvo been made to tho Methodist their Investigation, whloh na copied and churches alao. sent to the timid youpg men Ip, that (ami-ile- a A Troy, N. "Y. manufacturer of knit of from two to six persona cau livo well, goods aseorla that ho has received an army on nlno dollars a week. order from Kuseia for 125,000 dozen under-xhirt- $ntctioronnral BIG CANNON-MAKIN- JUtEECIl-LOADE- R. AT THE VAIFS HOSPITAL. STONEWALL JACKSON'S WAY. ronnilllnes G In tlio City t riilloilt-lplil- BOSTON Tlio SOUTH AT THE IRON WORKS. 11 They Ato ItPflsti-roi- Paris How Tho Mother. 1'reMS.I of Asleri nt a Council of War Novel I'lan for n Night Attack. OPERA HOUSE. W. P. WALTON, - - ProprJotor HlieofStage.nxSO. Klijht complete stts of ecsa-etea Id capacity, Including gallery, COO. Ito..cn..M nt.. to attractions. ry rj ll'ttrlH Coi. BRO. BARNES1 l"u "Jntlaa" Iorgcd Stnol Itlllo Upon Mirlnlilii; tho "HIiir"" lauliut Dollonto Work. m r. rmci of Shrinking 'i, ftoatou TraiMterlpt) A rpronUtlvt of Tbo Trniwcrlpt modi a vlrit to the South l)oit?u iron worlts, lost week, to nltneia til shrinkliiK of a serl&i of breoch-loadlnsteal rings upx.n a rilU cannon, of this saina motal, now in pro-oaof manufacture. This gun is 0110 of n lot h of sit of like cnlllxir and two of bore, to form a pnrt of tlie nrmamont of tho new cniler ordtmd by oongross. Thow pattern. A brluf rtuiM nra all of tbo built-udescription of Uto ennuou upu whlolitha workmoii were wugaged nt the time of tho call will mike the inuaninj of thii roput term r.'ear. 'lliliRiin, wlien complotvl, will waigli '1,UJJ piutiiH ami will carry n bnijuctlle, profllwl bv a jejwder ehnrgo I lirty (winds. The initial velocity slx-lne- li g M ight,-lncp t' Ste-phen- o. holl-nevsT- kooond, mid tho Hjvwi lulled The extreina Ungtk of the place is ltH&l . Tlie dinmuter of tho chamUor b Miven and n half lnclies, and its longth, Innnd n tinlt InchcH. cluding tlnpc--, tlilrty-K'VB- ii The iHhiij com his of twmty-fou- r lauds, groave (a land bilng tho and twenty-fou- r raised portion lietwoeu tho gruuvos or with Increasing twist of ono iu a disturn in 1W raliters nt I reach, tance of l.tl inchoi to iiicro.ii) to one turn in thirty cnlibura. Tlw width of the grooves nil inch from docreo tho breech to muzalecnl ot ! ore. The breecU patmechanism i of tho luterruptwl-kcrotern, and In roar of tin nose plato is an asbestos and inuttun-tue- t ring, which torvos oa n gaa check. Tho foundation of tho gun is a hWol tube IS! inched in lungtb, which la cast In tbo rough nt the Mcdvnle fctccl works In l'enusylvuniR, and which receives interior mill exterior llntsu nt South Uoiton. It U then roudy for tho "Jacket," a cylinder of forge 1 kte.il, largo ouough for the breech en 1 of tho oiigiual tube to l0 Insertod in It fur about tho longth of tbo laltor, ineasufiiig from tho breech forward. This tube is set up on cnJ, nnd tho Jacket, whoa iniide diameter is a few thousandths of an Inch Miiallur then the exterior of tho tule, is cxando4 by tho bent and then lowered into the tutu; after which it i shrunk by Jots of cold-- a tor, making what is called a cold weld. Tho Jacket extouds back of tho tube U.i.1 inches, to accommodate tho breech mechanism. In tho same manner (excepting that tho tube Is dispose! horizontally), flvo hteel rings aro hrunk upon this jickot, In addition to one Jacket hoiking ring, one tube hooking ring, and llmo chaw rings; and again, oiitkide 1 f the Jacket riug, aro tho trunnion ring (which is screwed on) and the elevating ring. Tho forward jxirtof tho tube, seventy one Inches from the muaale, it tho only portion of the gun not The proceH f shrinking on tho Jacket and rings is a very delicate one. Tbo is done entirely by gas, tho Jacket lni-hwd ons-thlr- d w oftlMitell Is etlinatel nt i2J0 feet ner cireeUvd rnne of the gun n' When tho poor mother must face tho appalling fact that !t Is utterly Imposslblo for her to koep borfy nnd soul together and nurso her child, alio takei it tj tho hospital, after having euirorod, In tho generality of oases, many 11 blttsr pang llko rapier thrusts at that Instinct of motherhood which is fast developing itself in her nature. Sho Is ushered Into a bureau, whore slio la nocoitod by a clerk, who has n largo registry book open lufure him. nnd ho cpiestlons hor on tho dato of the child's birth and on bcr inability to support tho infant, can fully writing down note on ull such particulars furnished him. Once satisfied as to tho truth of the information supplio J, he touches the button of ai electric bell, ono of tbo nurses makot her nppsarance, and approaches tho mother with the object of relieving her of hor Httlo burden. Thon knowing that tho fatal moment of separation has nt last approached, the maternal Instinct finally breaks out nice more; tHrs rain down from her oyos on the face of the child, wh"m fho almost stillei with the sobs and weeps and Mimotlmes (brisks In her agony, ns slie dlputas llko a tigrest the pos8iion of her infant, until tho clerk, hardened, of course, as such men are, by constant contact with human suffering, ntiil well accustomed to auch fccauas, catchos hold of her by tho nrm nn I says: "What brought you bore, thon, If you di not want to part with your childl" Wlure-iposhe abandons the little 0110 to the nur'i arms, files out of tho buroau precipitately and stnggon Into tho street, with tho wild, d look of despair on hor blanched features and In her glazjJ nn! vacant eyas. Not rnrely docs she find her way lu tho FVIno, to ond hor wretchoJ life in Its troubled waters; or, discovering every VDcial door Lnrred to her, sho sinks lower and lower in tlw nbyss of vice, and dies an early death In ono of tho city hospital. "When the nurso has at length undisputed possession of tho waif, a oollar containing a a locket in which is n record in indollblo ink of tho nnma and dato of birth, Is put nrouud the Httlo one's neck, nnd tho chili is known In tho establishment by a certain number. When It is not tho mother who brings her offspring to thfi ho?pltal, It is a female friend or tho mid wifo who usually performs that painful duty. Sometimes when children aro found by pollcem-or civilians under church porticos, ill confotflonnis and cabs, narrow lanos and tmssnge', in fauborgs and gnrlens, thoy are loft at tho hospital bureau, 0 ther by tho ofllco boys of tho police or by tho agent of tho prefecture. Tho vast mnjorlty of tho children sent to tho hcspltats aro but a few days or months 1 o; 1 hng-gar- "W O. U" In Chlcnuo Tlnies.J Could an accurato diary of evory Important council of wnr held during our Into havo been kept, it would afford a great deal of interesting reading. The grit, tho bockbono, tho resources, uud tho montnl fertility of loaders wero shown qulto as forcibly in these councils as on the battlefield. Who does not know of tlie council of Confoderato generals callo J on tho night of tho first Manassas, nnd of Jackson's "Give mo 10,000 11 on and I will go to Wnshlngton Jnckson was always unwilling to spoak flrit in a council of war; and when ihu council wns called by Loe ho was never called upon until tho older man and old soldier J had exprettol tholr opinion'. On tho night of the battlo of Fredericksburg, wlwn Iliirnslde was trying to got his army back to tho Stafford side of tho rlvor over the one pontoon bridgo that was left, Leo called a council of war. Jackson bad been holding a position a lout threo miles down tho rher Irom Mnrve's height, whore tho I'.crcest tglitin;had taken place but had moved his command up closer lata In tbo afternoon. The night was fearfully dark, nnd n drizzling rain had set in. Jacks son came into tho council, enlisted the and tcok a seat ofT in a corner, Gen. Loe stated the purposo for which nnd tho council bnd been cnllod, askod ono of tho senior oil leers for hit opinion; and then uuotbor, and nnothor, until nil had sjftkan savo Stonowall. Loo thon turned nnd nked his opinion, but reAll turnod to hear ceived no response. what ho would ay, and there sat Jackson lolt upright In his chair fast asleep. "Why, blesi me," said L-- e, "t!iq old fellow is aslcop," and going to him he shook his nrm nnd called his name, which awakened him. "Gen. Jackson, will you give us your opinion ns to what should be done?'' "Gentlemen," ho said, "I nm sorry that I havo not heard all that has been said, but my plan is, if tho council will agroo to it, to go back to my corps and march it Into at once. Tho enemy has met with a sovoro rovee, and it is in all probability demoralized. They havo only 0110 bridge over which to oscapo. Ono corps Is sufficient to do this work, todestroy what re mains of that army on this side of tho river, and that lolng dono tho campaign will Lo STOKE i'1- K00MF0R KENT ni grmtly Improved. Beesnily remodfed - ? f '" " . v. n.ii.rox, ualord, Ky. Remember A Look, Read and Tit IT' J. T. JBTARRIS lino of Cakeas4 Taffygol all kinds I am alto prepared te it oakfnj for castoniers. All orders for ielag aa-orC,Uo',",n8 at abort toiito. 303:21 Is still on hand with a choicn J. T. II A KIllS. HAEFSR'S PERIODICALS, Harper." Harrer'a Harpci'a Harper's Harper's (K Mesjaelne. sill-cor- Wly VKH TJJtt. .. ;i w .j o 4 M , 2 (tf nswr Young Pejple m l'wnkllnifpure Library ene year, numbers) . 0 Qt I'ostaqe Iree to all subserlters in tho Unilet Stairs or Caeada The volumes of the Weekly begin with tkwlrtt number for Jsouarr of each rear. When no time Is mentioned liwllt be uodersiood that tke wisbes to eemiaaote with the nuiiitxrnert after the receipt of order. Tho Tolumesofthe Mfgialno lKln wi h th niunliers lor Juoe and becuutur ol each joar. Wben notlmels ipeclfied It will be uaUerat)! that tbe substriLcr wishes to In gla with the current uumhjr. Remittances should I.eraaJel.y Potofflco ey Order or Dralt, to aroid chacc e u low. Jloctr Kewipapers are not to copy this adreitleen'cK. without the express order ol Harper A llrotheri. AdJrcts HAIU'EK A BROTHERS. KewYotb. wt-scilb-er -- A. Qrand Combliintioii JOURNAL And the LouIitHIo Courier-eTourii- al THE INTERioR over. "Hut, gonernl," said Iiie, "consider tho fact thoso men havo only tho ono bridgo .over which to escape; they will fight des- that Weekly old. The Coloiiljuitliin of Liberia. 1 New York Journal or ring, ns th) caw may be,biig lutroducod Into a network of jKwerful gas JeU, which Hurround the metal both extorunlly nnd internally with ikinp. lln ving been cxpaudeil. which mpuires n of about OW degrees, tlio Jacket or 1 over the title, mi hydraulic ring Is sli Jack of 100 tons power prvs ing the envelop- in.; band liome. Ha well does this jack perform its work that the Joints lvetwcen the k and oral rings are nlmott Iniiwrtt-ptibl- o s are often no wider tnan of au inch. The next procosa is tho shrink-iiu;- , wh.ch M done by cold water, ns already liventiusMtl. 'Hie fchriuliage of the jacket of nn inob, cf the amounts to torn-lratu- re twoone-thousmulthw o'-fe- red to-nl- 1 1 laborers thero vell equipped with implements to cultivate the soil and establish business relation 1. Liberia is tho richest country in the world. There U no finer soil awl the irvrfi nnd goll mines nro the richest In tbe worll. African iron was award d tbe flrt pnxs nt Vienna, Tho or j contains 'Ji per cent, of iron. Then tho colony abounds with opper, dyostuffs, mahogcamphor-wooany, pa.m-oirubber and Ivory. The commercial relations of tho country w.th European nations amounts to fH),O0O,o00 millions annually. "Now, our idea is this. In Liberia thoro Jaokotringituenty-fcHirone-hundrIths, nnd of the ehae rings from nineteen to lxte9i are 301.0J0 of a native population nnd tho "While tne shrinkln; is gofirst object is to provide this multitudo with ing on, the temperature of tbe tube is kept tho boneilts of civilized intercourse. Tboro down by a stream of water running tbe en- are hundreJs "f thousands of nogroes in tho southern states almost destltitto and beroft tire length lnsido. of nil hope of advancement. In the llch Shu Drew tlin I. Inc. lau la nnd salubrious climate of Africa the) Clnciuimtl ltiulrer. (voplo svould havo a clear road to wealth nnd papular broker of thU and independence. A city is a little on tho frisky order, nnd has a Teacher's Drllnltlon. wifo who Is extremely conscientious and re- - rim Sunday-Scholieloti". It is nu iusaorable rule with her IllalUmore American 1 teno.er, that the blessing be nsko 1 before evory A young lJy, n Sunday-Schonunl. The broker has trlwl in mveral dif was dctlnlng faith to her class of young ferent w aj s too vado the duty, but 01 yet Americans, nges from 0 to 10 years". Sho not succeeded. To Ioison ills Ialurs ho let about her task In a practical way. to prune the Mossing down, and "Faith in anything," she mid, "is to boliove hewed away at it until he got It down to five thnf something exlstol which could not be worK Flushed with his triumph ho sought teen. Suppose, " eho said, "your papa should to cut away another word ami get it down tell you be had put 810 iu tho bank for you to four, but his hotter half hlckoJ. Shu ind that you might draw it from tho bank when yon grow older. You did not seo the draw tho lino nt flvo. Recently slio was astonished whonhor bus-ba- n nonoy put in, but you know It Is there, bo 1 turnoil to one of tbo gentleman guests rauso jou Iwllovo what your pap tells you, and remarked: md w'1011 you grow up nnd want tho monoy, Say, we'vo got to nsk tho blessing lu this rou drees yourself up, with your glovos on houe. Now, I'll match you to sco who 1 ml your high hat, and your cano, and " you asks it, j ju or me." Suiting tho action to the words, tho man At this juncture tho teachor wasstartlod with tho pious partner a row forth n dollar jy ono of tha boys, w ho cried out. " What aro you giving usl Do you think and tho guest did tuo same. Thoy wjro making it n ,aino of chance to sco who would re- I'm a dude V Tho young lady says that sho felt prosturn thanks Ij tho Loil for tho good things hot before them, much to the horror of tho trated, and that "it will bo somo timo before goo 1 lady, who immediately put a ktop to ibo stirs up the que tion of faith again. lbs proceeding by announcing that another bruul; of that kind and be no eat Iteil rpjier and ilt for C!iol?r. l, d, well-know- n ol ol com-meiic- ei 'd Tho redemption of Africa rail the colonization of Ltboria by American negroes is n prominent scticmo nt proior.t among tbo colored population. lllshop IU H. Cnlu, preiidcnt of tho American nnd African Commercial company, was In this c'ty recently in tlio interest of tho tocioty. Ho Is nn elderly colored man of medium stature and n fluent tnlkor. Ho is and resides nt "Washingan ton. To a reKrter last night ho said: 'The object of our socloty Is to clvillre Liberia by means of sei.ding mechanics and perately." "What if theydol My corps is occustomo 1 to dospcrnto fighting. But tho very fact that they have only ono nvenuo of oseapo, iu tholr demoralized condition, will causo them to mako every offort to u tho brldg?, Thoy will not fight so desperately as you think." "Hut consider tbo darkness of tho night. Your msn will not bo nblo to distinguish their own comrades." "I havo thought of all that I will mako out and march my mon pull their shirt-toll- s In; thoy will know ono another then." Gen. Lee walked back and forth forsimo timo, deeply engnged in thought Finally ho said: "Gen. Jackson, I can not agroo to your proposition; tho slaughter would bo horrlbl?, ond my conscience can not approve of it," "My conscienco approves of it thoroughly," said Jackson. "Wnr is war; tho slaughter today has bcon horrible, and would havo been worso had tho onomy gained thoso heights. Tbo enemy is in n trap and we should tnka advantago of It. If tho toblos woio turned they would mnrch in on us." "And nt this very time," said a Union officer to me last April, "wo wero gotting out of that place as fast as men could bo got over 01.0 bridgo. Wo woro looking evory minute for the Confederate troops to rush iu upon us; and if they had dono so wo would havo leen utterly rulrud. Pope's army, when Jackson got behind him, was at a picnic compare 1 toour situation that night," And wbon I told him of Jackson' plan for enabling his troop 1 to know their comrades, ho said: "Faburs Mcxlmuj is tbo only other man who eer lived who would havo thought of such a thing, and his soldiers didn't havo tho matorlals." Cuban ClcariunUcrr. (Havana Ixtter Tho Cuban cignrmakers nro mainly colored jwople, oltnongli many crioles and Spanish s emigrants engage in tlu trale. Tao form the rongho-- t ant most mtsor-abl- e jnrt of the pjjulation of Havana, 'f heir con luci is rguIato 1 by tho good or jioor yiold of tbo tobacco croj). If tbo yield is good nn 1 abundant tboro is hardly .any way to manage tho men prcip?rly, as a, groat ant of workmoii is then fv'lt. If tho crop is poor there aro plenty of hands, and with ngos thoy ba.omo quito tho reduction of tractable. When high wngesara paid the clgarmakers bocome unmanageable, and manufacturers UM3 ovory means to ontlco laborers from ono houo to another, often bribing nnd loaning monoy Ith no prospect of ever bolng ropatiC Iluudreds of dollars are tpjnt somotiuus in inducinc: a slnxlo workman to leavo ono plnco Tor another. In tlmss of scarcity of hands tho fctato prisoners aro reloasod. In Wil tho govjrunur.t Irocil SO J convicts to nipply tho want o.' tobacco manufactories. '0'ie great nuisance, that in this country o do not foal, consists In having to pay to employes their earnings hro times par day. cigtr-makon- One year for only 83 two for little more tban tho price or one. By paying us IS ycu will rec-lrfor one year your home pp.r with the tourinr-Journath representative newspaper of the dauth, democratic and for a tariff for revenue only, and th hit, brlghtcit and ablest family weekly in the Unite, htales. Those who desire to rxamtce a sample copy of tho Courier-Journcan do so at this once-e l, prrj MONEY Azvui iu Gan be Made 1 For HO ipi pAOL! OMOrl. enh S2S will be at SI paid, fi)r80tubscribrs, J!2j for 23 stibscilben, iff for subscribers, S3; for 10 subscribers, J2; far S subscrlliers, t. Aftents wanted In eve-.- v town and village Circulars and simple copies freo srnlfrrt ia. TUT IVOP.bD Is inner Kniocrailc News-naf tbe Union. Kverjr UemKrat should read It. Daily, jc, t.', suDday, $1 as); Weekly, il per year. By snv man or woman, girl or boy who will organize clubs! rthcWLEKLY WOR .! t' egreattaru and hnfercwirir,completo In all departments. " tbb y, pe the Imksiok .Ioi'rmai. null the Weekly World one year for $2 73; with tin World, JS 49, and with tho Dal y World for J7. W P. WALTON.fetanford.Ky. Wo wl'l club Semi-Week- ly 'JFJEZTSZ' IT. Tho Courier-Journa- l FOK 1SS5. An Organ of Livo Issuoi. T.r. y? Ideas and Moral Forces, And au Cneoir uf Monopolies, UHirnrcIiism mnl tlin Spirit, of Subsidy, as ttnboiHcil iu That Thieving Tariff! The Courier Jnurnsl is the arfcaowledged tbetoir.n la Uenieerauc in l'uhtlcs, nnd first, last and alt tbe time is for a oa the peep e reduction uf tbe war taxe, as b the tarlffnow in fore. lled THE IVr.EIvIA COUIIIEKJOUKXAL Is without a euperier in the wor'd as a great lam-ll- y and imlltical newipsper. and duilD$ tfcemr lt83 it will sirtre more rira'ouily and hopefully thancTer forits political faith, rot r.egtictluc. howeTer, tbe lullalte variety of ibolte in'scellany that cautes It to be 10 great u favorite lc tbo family circle. Tbo retura to power of the Dsaioentlc party will make 18J5 a year uisrked in the histosbouMbe ry of the United States, amino who desire to keep without the Courier-Journthoroughly pasted no pissing events. The weakl has the ly al Courier-Journa- Largest Democratic Circulation of any Paper in America. If you are unccqualnted with it aak any sulncrl-b- er to it as to its merits as a great family and pond In point of ii'ialny litical newspaper. ouanilty of Interesting readlne matter it leads pres ot tho United Stabs. It the newsparer can keep It so it money, Induitry acd It 111 coutlnue at the bead ot American journal). each week the mH corarlet-- ' lumnmrr centals of the news of tho world, and its editorial co unns ure always (HhMir WAtTKnso.N, ente-rrlse blitcr-ln-Chte- J s. The pronunciation of "tuberose" haa been a subject of discussion in an English paper, and the decision that tho word Ja a trisyllable has been at last unanimously reached. Tim (lower U n lily, and the name in from tho French "ttibcrcuse" called from the tuber lifcu bulb of tho plant SvIVy pnii'iuncei the w ird lu thrco syl lables. has certainly Engineering in (Jhlni achieved a notable triumph in the bridge nt Lsging over an arm of tho China sea Tlijsi striioturo U five miUs len, built entirely of alone, has SCO arohw, 70 feet high; the roadwiy Is 70 feet wide and tho pllhrs rue 75 feet apart. Thla looks as if Ktisiia meant to sweat eomebodv this summer. -- Win. C. Chae, the colored editor who wrote an oditorial,callingupon tbo pcoplcof his raci to prevent by force the inauguta lion of President Cleveland, has been dis unwed from this War Department, where ho ht 1 tin' first lawclerkahip. 1 S.illU nil's Course of Training. (Hasten) Leltt'rl Sullivan is undergoing n sovero cours3 of training. Every morning nt U:'J0 ho takes a s and Turkish cold bath. towels nio freoly used. Fifteen mlnutoi with follow. Then ho drinks tho the dumb-belyolk of an egg in a gill of sherry wine, puts on thick ttnnnols, nnd walks oight miles. Ho has breakfast nt I), consisting of boofstoak or choj a, tcast nnd tea. ColTeo nnd milk aro not allowwL After breakfast ho reads tho newspaper j for two hours. Then ho uti on mora heavy clothes mil runs nnd walks about twelve inilos. Ho is invariably In u pcrhplration whou ho returns. Hob immediately rubbed down with coarso towols and spougod from hoad to foot with biy rum. A Httlo roit follows, after whloh ho tights a suspended football for half an hour. After another rubbing down ho cats hisdln,n8rnnJ Wallowed to oat nil hownntsof mutton, leaf, cr chicken, stnro broad, nnd a boilod whlto jxitntc, with a pint of nlo. Tobacco Is forbidden. In the ovoning ho goo flvo miles, nnd after this bns fifteen minutes with tho duml-lolAt 0 o'clock ho is p it to bed. Ho getioxclted with tho football, nnd wbon it.touchoj hlin ha bangs It savagoly. Klesh-lrusbeK Scientific fills our out thiity tonr-- ngo, of a very biicccful ill lrn lum, ir.trolucoJ in this way: The cbptaiti of an imlgraut ship, comiiii from Europe, had I mt many of bK pn. engers by cholera, although Ircely doting all who were sick with he remolds then usual. At last he made n of irescnption of li own 0110 ul of salt to a e 1 pepper nnd a tible-.poon- f ialf pint of boiling watsr; this to bo given is hot as possible, to every patient when Ir.t taken. It is said that this t lmple remedy icted as a charm, curing nil tho oases on joard that ship, and attaining conslderablo enoral popularity during tho tlmi of that ikolsra visitation. A Mcs-cchuo- ittontiou to . t .e publication, Atnerlcan.l corro jhiudent 111 Colli" Tojetlier. In Brooklyn Kasle Elh Whooler, i.ocr.blug tho meotlng of two fond young lover, bings in her own .tweet, wild way, "ljvt, when wo met, 'twas Mjo two j lanete meotlng." I neor saw two planets meet, and always had an mpresslon that tho ceremony o introduction would bo marred by tho presence of a largo acreage of cold and formal cbao. Iiut If thoy only How Tlu-- y Iliui-ilef- c Are Telfcraphlc Sneclds fr m ad the leidlnj -lwlots In the United spates and Ear.pj Vru! aau Short Stories by pjpnUr aod noted sriil. fceraioos tho day af er deliry n I e'tert, Market I f parts. s' Turf and block Reports, Autwis to Conospoad-em-ler Iotry aod Deimrtinent, Children. No borne In the touotry should be without It. 's Fht tmiloin a inpturous, sort of a way, nnd look THE Distlrctly non-offi- COURIER-JOUUNA- Ii Tho IMacon (Oa. Tolograph latest rtslilns Story. up and nervou-ldown tho street, nnd then go gigglln-- oir t tho skating rink, whero they can go slid ng nrouud on enstsrs and loan up against oicu nnd think why I Lolievo I don't caro to ko.j It would be a wholo leceptlon of plauots. toa timo more exciting to watch n man turn rouul a crowded corner w.th a long ltdder on his shoulder. y 1 Cjnsumpiion Cured. Anollphrilrlao, retired from iracttco,,tialng bail place! In U.a bnnJi uy an Hast IuJIn iiiIhIom-arU10 y formula of a ttiup'o YfKetablo leuieJy for the speedy ami permanent cure of Conmmptlon, lironcliltli, Catarrh, Aithma and all Throat nnd flections, al)t poiltlve and radical cure I.UUJ for Nervous debility and all Nervous Complaints, aftr having tei'ed Its wonderful curative rowers In tbousinrti of cawi, hat felt It his duty to make Itktownto hit iuSciIek follows. Actuated by McituitcuTs ii HTxaa, a deslro to relieve hiiuun u tarlli Pruf glits, who nra alnajs locking after tho this notlvo and ing, I will send free of charcc, to ail who desire Interrst ( their customers, liaro now secured tli tuts u f II t. Ilomnko'i Cough nnd LnugSyrup, a 'Ma- It, this recipe, In German, Krcnch or Eoglish, nly that nerer falli to euro Cold, l'ulni In Um with full directions for proarlng and uilng. Sent by mall by addrexlnj with itanap, naming this 'THE IlEV. UM). it.'lJIsYBH, oftlourlsn, Ind BHILOH'd CATARRH REMEDY, a pojltive CIimI, ami all Lung ArtMtluns. Fer proof Couglu, , "Both luyself snd wife owe our lives to cure for Catarrh, Dyphtberla and Canker Mouth. Rrgular the CO cents paper, V. A. NoYlts, 119 Powers Uloctt, Hoehet-tir- sits; Coniuupilen Cure." for sale by lnny try n frre samplo botll N Y. Tor tale by 1'enny & McAlliter. .McAlistir unJ $1.00 1 Sbl-loh- 's A couph of Union I'o.nt young men wont Ishlng a fow days aa'0, but lu a short ttmo ;helr bait gavo out and thoy had caught no Mi. Tncy scutlbd uroun I an 1 found a largo slack buz and hitched him by tbe gnbb end o fielr hook. The they sat dow 11, bath ml ling to tho pole, an 1 patlontly waited to satch a w hale, but got 110 bite. Fmally they onolu led to examine tluir bait. To their istnnUhmont tho bu was much larger than A I'lsli rust In a Ilottlu. .vhn they put him on tha hoo!t, so they cut tChleojeo Times. and fouu tint e had lieen (Ishlng aim A Baltimore oyktermnn tho other day ilniself. n id Imd caught and a wail j wed n flsbol up a Lottie to wh ch nlare buiieh of ialf dojjii mlunowv. llu young men lookoi bivalves had grown. Iiwido tile bottle was it each other In silent ills;iut. n tlsh to large tooirst cut of its mouth. It is A Gentle Hint. supposed that tho fish went Into tho bottlo ITroy Times mid either lilcsl its ipiartors so well that it tarrio 1 too long, or b?foro it could find its A Chicago judgo recently robukod a por-o- n with way out had grown so largo os to nearly who was hitting iu the court-roo(III tho bottle. The bottled 11 h will bo sont lis feet placed uixm tho tablo by wilding to the Smithsonian institution as a curiilin, through tbo baillir, pleco of papor on osity. ivhic'i he had written tliJr follow Ing ciueryt " Wliat slw boots do jouwearl" Tho feot Tlio courts of France, it is said, consider it ncrt nt uuea withdrawn. a libol to uverottimuto n lady's nje. Itiillrouitlni; in Idaho. Chicago Herald "Train Talk."l "Hello, oil man, whero ore you ImiuiiJI" Inquired tUo conductor of an acquaintance a cMle, not an the country wil h(tlletottioswrii tall to ierTe s or alf-l- h alllsn-wIt iilj (ipiilly without entangling exj iititlons otter thin tin- ccnBdenen anil suprott n the flp!o. to wb m slcnii It nsw It n 111 dase noeuiuproinlrfk te m Kt, with bit w'.b Uep right on In the path ol duty which 1' has niarkl out far ttilf, liturd-limo- f wasth-i- r 1 n4Heccs. It will fight luotropsly It ream it- horrid head Insld ur oou'ele tbo intolerant) aal KeniCM rallc parly. I' will tight illlbrrall'in wheier they appsai, ant has M qoarlrr to glvo to or ask from malefaction aod this neiuxratle or llfpub Icau With cxp'anatlnnof Itsseope, plan and pi.r;e, wwb-ai- ti the tollowiBi: l ontin; friendly to thosu s tne sealing rlasei. It represm-- aat who ire - lt,ree time-ierier- ', - in the sinuklng-ni- '. 'Going back east," was tho reipoute, Torms of Subscription: Daily Ually Courier-Journa- ratlisr wmrly. l n I nn 1 1 "Havo you qu.t jollroadlngout "Yes. I have.'' "What's the matter!" "Oh, I don't want ti run a locomotive In a country where towns die olU so fast that In tho place whero we got our dltmors one day tho uext day we htop as usual and look nil croun 1. but not 11 shanty U to be seen. I llko my dinners regularly, I do, and no more Idaho in mine, pleao." In Idnhor"' t'eurUr-.Tour- smiiiiif riiirir..Tiiuaiiul l Sunday Coorlst-Jouraa- lally Courier Journsl Ilatlj Cetulcr-Jourual 6 moniris 3 months 1 one yiar cl00 1 1 C11 V. 01 J ' month 1 year 0 months wklkl ioi Cue yeir, with a Premium Fliccoi'usl tear without rreialuui(,wsb)... 1 10 M Mr nioitkswi'botit prewluiu ftO Itnee moi.ths without I'reuilmn adsaneu'Wt Invariably in t Payment paper Is )'cielil by tho publttbar. OlTl'oitiseouremtums ot iu connection with va-r't- ty .....; 1 10 ' Missouri's Cliiiicrnntorlnt Cow, A cow belonging to tho gubernatorial mansion at JsiTersou City, Ma, having boen milked regularly for llvo yonrs by convicts. to allow unyuouy in cuizon aow reiu-odross to approach her. American Mnchlnery Aliruad. anJ Amorlcan mowere, horw-fork- s nro very oxtenslvoly usod In Saxony, because being preferred to tho h'oms-mnk- o of their lightft??. s hay-rnk- os cll'.iwl The list i lnctultaa great the Weekly t'ouiler-Jouruof uioful and attractlse articles. A circular cjuUlnUg list of premiums coxplitaand a ssuatn wilt be scat eipy cf tho Weekly Courler-Joumfreo of charge on application. A good local azcut Is desired In every communid ty, to whom a liberal ciihconiiuisttaa will A cnnvaulns outfit is ssnt local ngsnu tree U efchaigo Xo travelleg agenta are emplcyad and uo lubicripilon jmbm tho Courlr-Jouruover be gUen to any ono uaUsiTittS00u"lr Vnowo to tho subscriber. Addrew leal-lowe- W. rrcildent Courier-Journ- NiHAI.DBMAN., Co .LouTilla.'Kr' , i "",J -- -' -- t ii a wnw ;r !''rJtfrlJ1'i'iytfiiTjtfii KWMii A THOROUGHFARE. "SCIENTIFIC A PHENOMENAL MEMORY. FOOD FOR "NERVES." PARAGRAPHS FROM THE LETTER OP A NOTED PHYSICIAN. A IN COSTA RICA. COUNTRY WHERE POLITENESS PERMEATES ALL CLASSES. THE CLOSSOMS OF THS SEA. (Samuel MInturn recti "JThoro ocean crags arts lifting Tholr rugjjed bonds o: high, 'BTboro silver sands nro shifting Boiieath the Summer sky, 3pon the emerald billow, like daisies on tlw lea, SsbsJd tho laughing bubbles tho blossoms of tbo ten. A STREET" FOR CITY. A GREAT Amzl Smith, of tho Document ltooin uti thu Top I'oor of tho Cupltol. IXew York Oraphlc ,7ft BMJ (: t v ' i v asfi. Li Ef . ' t 21 n '" 'Surfnco Void of All Inuuovnblo structions, with Underneath Spares for Cars, Sowers, Telegraph, Tclcphuno and IHcctrlc Light Conductors. Ob- richer than the rose?, lly lissome lingers tied, 0 purer than the poiisss Thnt crown the happy bride, 31ft Miortnl band may cull twui; tbjy wwe not born to bo Tho toys of ldla beauty the blweoms of the sen. WHUooi tuani? iiiu niin Unrivaled nervous SHPr.TEsr'Vv,'. uijinaEsr route In overy person, unlets there is eoms very pjmclnl reason due to idiosyncrasy or IS I" II Tlitir luster never withers; with garlands glad and free. disease, tho existence of which, however, They girU the world with beauty the bios roust bo extremely rare, animal food should . soms of tho son. be in excess of that derhed directly from vcgetnblo tho kingdom. In nervous When hoittle Hags are fllngln; .I'.vrr r.;;:,,'.' persons the projwrtion should Lo still , Their scorn from sail to sail, t. Illi ..t,'iliu i V.. .hi r.onusb, greater. Indeed, I mn not quite sure thnt And shot and shell are winging J"-isi'l.. ",!j j. nrlsan "With death upon tho gait) it would not be better to exclud. with tho York. "sVhen gallant eyei grow brighter and cowexception of bread In tonu form or other v.BcST THE ClEXEItAL I'LAN". ards fain would lite nnd perhaps certain kinds of frulte, nil vegeI In r., vViii..iil I'n in 3Tioy Hash in fenrlcs uiilllons tho blossoms Tho roadway between tho curbj fumUbos tables from the dietary of nervous eople. I of t) i sea. all the accouituodntion required for all pur ,m Tho two principal reasons for this opinion . hi (tawn h i poes. It is divided into two section; tho gol 4 I. it j l i are: First, the comparatively oosy digestiii And whea the battle's ended i ,. ono centrally placed affords accommodation bility of animal food. Of course all tho That stonno I alon? the wavoJ, for way and express tunnels. Tho sections And solemn skies are splendid of nnlmnls are primarily derived from on either sldo dlspoos of tho existing imped Abovo tho oean graves, the vegetable kingdom of nature Cnrnlv-orou- s of tho street at tbo point of access to How cerio is their shining that laughed but iments auimals eat the tlesh and blood nnd now in glee. the abutting houses, lly this disposition of bones of the berblvora, which are formed How sorrowful their sobbin; tho bbjSDins the street all reauirement? are fulfilled. A from grass, grain ami other vegetable sub- that always dirty und generally dllai4dated of the sea smooth, noieless and unobstructed surfnej stances; but the task put iqion tho digosttvo jKirtlon of his apparel when a gentleman is provided for pedestrian and vehicular If n lady npproache-- u group organs of the former Is much less severe pusMi him. FIRES IN trail!;. Express and way trains for rapid than that imposed upon thos-- j of the vege-bl-e of men digging n cellar, repairing the street, for ewor, Permanent bousing transit. or what not, oven though some of them may feeders. llilug water, ga, steam, pneumatic, electric conthe The Second, animal food Is more nutritious to bo half naked, they always salute Iwr reThought of "l'lro front" ltulldlngs. ductors and pipes, with accoss throughout spectfully, ami In the rural districts no one tho nervous system nnu to the body gener for Inspection, and all tbo cases in imme ICliloago Tirm ' ally than that derived from the vegetable ever meet you without aaylng, "May God hero tho with tho promis-o- s There is soma sort of apparatus designed diate contact kingdom. As wo ordinarily moet with It, it prosiwr tlm objtHt of your journey," or, for extinguishing incipient Ure in almost connections are to bo made. In neither ox consists of nltrogencui matter, In union with "May heaven smile upon your orrand," or overy high building in this city, but tho press nor way stations Is private proporty certain mineral substances and with fat. Wo something in SjmuWli like that. The same man still swindle you out of chances nro that thero is not a person in the taken, nor at any point doos tbo structure have therefore in it all the cssontlal elebuilding that understand haw to uso it in abut private premlsus, oven during conments for the formation of tbo tissues of the your eye teeth If ho gets n chantv, and if Tho directions for uso in n struction. caso of need. bod), as well as those for tho maintenance you ns blm how far it Ii to the next placo CO.NSTIiTCTIO.V. tiro may bo plain and comprehensive, and of the animal heat, and on It nlone it is be will undoubtedly tell you a falsehood, n copper whether you over thoy may afford all tho information needed. The method of construction is as follows: perfectly iosslblo for man in nny climate to He doosn't Are Tim falli-ii- r trv Wctus" HmtTn Iti rprhnps some person stopping in the tulld-iiVstreet excavation is effected in sections, and i exist, nnd to continue In a normal condition. reach the end of your Journey, nnd has no NKwr. a pure, clean, wholesome read them as a matter of canoiitr when is governed by the oxtvnt and character ol In cold climates the principal part of his more regard for your welfare than tbo flea the apparatus was first put in. If such was tho t radio. A uuiiorm platform of concrete, sustenance is derived from this source, and iu the gruvt, but he recognizes a bountiful , ) r Ilndn. Nttm, Mmvch. Mr kMnr;., tho case, the prospect is that be forgot all about two feet in thicknoss, floored by half lndood in polar regions vegetable food is custom, nnd says, "God be good to you," as tunes. An Iccijs.i llni. sr.t. CMrr If bo meant It for a blessing, that ho ever knew about them iua few days. inch of Trinidad asphalt, is laid, extending nevor ingested by the inhabitants. Ho never experimented And this iolltenei jwrmentes nil classos with tho new across tho street at tho maximum baso depth Tho next point to be insisted upon in a Headache. Ferer. Arue, Chills. fangled flro oxtinguisher to ascertain ''how of about seventeon feet, forming a foundadietary for nervous persons, Is that it should and castes. If you enter n store with n lady DEBILITY &WEAKNESS. every man there will salute you nnd rethe old thing worked," and would probably tion for the whole structure. Upon this is contain a more than usually largo porpor-tlobo afraid to use it for fear of injuring bis erected tho external vault wall, securing to of fat Tho form in which this should move his hat out of respect to her; on tho Moo to take, trim mrntunrqualed for paron or clothes. the abutting proprietor tho permanent uso bo omployed may generally safely tw left to streets the uople will stand aside to let yoc OltflU , LIVtH iw NIBIll pass and It is lwotemry for them to do so, Tho first thing that a woman is likely to of the whole vault mil area undisturbed swonts, nervous wcnitnoss, individual preference. Generally, perhaps, lcclii.c al Mil In rip, lai.i.L-ii- , do when a fire breaks out in a luilding is to throughout the standard section. This vault it is bost taken ns cream or butter, but tbo for the sidewalks are often less than two feet i p r l t, 0 f jr. Ant Urusr-'- s. scream. The first thing tho man is likely to wall is fitted while under construct! jii with UtUAJ-TstrtVy- , ts" parts of beet or mutton are very well wide. If you go into a hotel ofiico, a barbel fat i r J, C 8. A. do is to try and savo his valuable papers. suitable connections for ga, stoatn, olectric-ity- , with most parsons. Many nervous peojJe shop, restaurant or any other public place, vsfzxszsEuaammik wummmmmmmmm The next thing both of them will then do is sewer and water at every bouse. Thii appear to have an instinctive craving for everybody present wUl salute j.u with to make their escape. The last thing any wall is also tha external wall of tho pipe galfat, und I have known many a one to eat as "lsueMoDu," ur some other friendly welcome. r. He leries arranged adjacent to either curb. one thinks of is the much ns half n pjtnxl of butter a tiny, While there is not a particle of sincerity des not think of that till be is out of the The galleries are suUlivl led longitudinally besides drinking a tumbler of rich cream at building and fjo llames cut oil the way luto and continuously, by beams riveted to their The nervous srsUlti ooiteists about all tUw. while the object and end ol breakfast. internal and uiserted in their external walls. k ainin. largely of fat, and this subttansM must be life in the Suish rode uf etbioi ls to get Nearly nil the very high buildings now WlltKS AND 1'II'iy. supplied in some form or otbr, in order along with Hs little work and ha mucL tweeted in large cities are represented as firewindliitg as possible, they are certainly U Acews throughout is provided at tbo terthat the brain und other nerve structure i be jtmlsssi for rhstattng yuu in the moet proof. Perhaps it was the intention of the mini f.nd stations, ami they uro calculated shall be properly uouritbed. Buchu-Paib- a builder. to have them such. The wall are for access to, bousing and inspection of tho Hut it ts possible to get all toe fat require! lite hisI agrpvable manner jioeMoJe. A Kpan made of brick or stone, iron U om ployed in- tubes, pijwn and wires. Tho eloctrical conItrtnnrkntiln rurtsof ('a'arr'i of t." without talcing a single atom of it into the ieh bighwnyntaH dtse not swear at you an stead of wood to form most of tue support', ductors of the various telegraph, telephone, IJil.lrr. Inflaimuati 'n. Irriuliui r hi I stomach. The digestive organs convert command you togive hiwyour mutwy or you i 'is suit lUwtdt r Moii'-- i r !. ir1 w I ii and the partition walls are composed of s lighting, burglar alarm, messenger sugar mil starch into fat, but In nervous life; be makes a profou.id low, ami plneei of tlie lYitati ,i rt his ham! upon bi- thnt will not burn. t upon are arranged . i. ll'nee, 'cmi. li-- i- .is. Ihitrvons in wbom. a 1 have said, ttssw or be bi devoutly graUtto I Urn aeuri you thai l'Hn.-.n- l Still, the ordinary n( I building 'helves riveted to tho roof and gallery IiSkvi-I you are lxsklnc ' gans are weak, it is generally preferable to ici"' I iimiiy Or.ni-- . in nilK-n- . x t..f 1 contains a very large amount of wood. The beam. There being no permanent floor get Ute fat require 1, rotsdy formal, from mi wstll, ami it;ri'l that iu i. romjelled b) -h'.iltSr r I'linnturtl IM)irt-- ' fnrnl-hinj- s Ajoi--j, U r qust that you wtl; doors, and above the foundation, tho pipes In either I'll .ir tie animal kingdom, than to compel the en- prestinj nvite'.itieii sattust-lonih$1 also' l hnpta's lnir.-'iiTho "Saso finish I.ltiiiPt." I an him are nil wood. The rooms are flllel with gallery are accessible from above or below. sou have up-jwhatever I I .r hiPllll.ls, iiih. r r -- i'r.. -r feebled stomach, iutestinss and imucrens to OiicaKO HernM Walks aud Talks."! . h rMtarr mint, iuw rtsipi.i . I Then tu niug just for youi furniture of different kind, all of which is Street opening for ropair, replacement or "I heard that little sage brush girl sing mase It out or suircb ami sur. . niil.r Synip. $1 1"- -i u i ti l. ttl. . : . cour.e 1 sparine Mm tb .wade of wood Tae imantity of books and connection is tnus wholly obviated. The inprm' ii fhspm's SrihUlilc l".!l i rti. nn.U!..i iormui iersvn rsiquire papers in an ordinary .ity dwelling or e ternal frame supporting the galleries is the other ulzbt," said a Nevada man at the larger quantity of water tlinnoniuianiy a lain.ii you tbruugh tb II (kHII. s pin s sirttlalltin hW, $i n whose tho Palmer bou-- . "and I went und paid m ' n i .' f J "S, or I I pn building is sutllcieut to supply materials formed by Iron column, placed four feet nun: . . nor e ami rtdo ot! a double interest. First, she it brains ami nerves are string. WaUr not w.Ui ' a , r f i '! . lu.t the Almljbty for a fire that would endau;e the lives of apart, and coincident with thosj forming S2 5) with girl, will pro . .1,1 II h Will . J.tv. nnd I knew her father; next. only enters Into the coinpueltion of every left ) ju i... tbe inmatse. Thoy will produce Hamas that the outer wall of tbo way railway tunneK a Nevada iio.ii tue priU at your j jurney. I'm a great admirer of John Mackey. her tissue of the body, Ltlt it aids iu thedijcwtUosi cnu-- o n rnnic, and maka smke that will These columns nro composed of two angle at tlw food by helping to render it Tln Oiooli.)- I'hhsIIj'. will be llksly to blind or suffocats tbo o who irons riveted, and rest upon rv continuous friend and hacKer. and, third. I happened t soluble. Moreover, it often to have be on tho llattle Mountain stage when sb Nvr York I or. Ciss Inquirer attempt to oscap. The people of CU.cag gi unite foundation. wont over from Austin to go to the railroad a directly tonic effect A quart or two of The deutls of Marguerite Clevelan I hnTe learned to their sorrow how little reKOin It.UIAVAYS. on her way to Kuro;o, eight or nine yean water, not too cold and certainly not hot, the iJt liance can bo placed in the claims of "lire-profor nothing can be more relaxing to the MtM was nlecj gi:td o. hm Ureley circle The spaco romuiiiliig between the pijw ago, I don't retnemlwr which." of tue fuliioii editor, and buildings. a gallorioi isdUHed in four railway tunnels, seeing Dr itotnnch than hot water may be dr. ink in bad rare uiiuIsmI talent Tue Greehy j4ot "I well remember, hours, and In warm weather twenty-fou- r for tho accommodation of an up wuy and buggago on the stag-anWixom getting the iu UreeiiHool now contain tins graves of ficn. Custer's Introduction to D.ikota. and a clown way and express train. the troops of young mining town ladi.-- t double this quantity will be borne. lkxk lievfcw The.-Now as regards special article of diet for the milter and bis wife, also their daughter tunnels aro formed by five rows of to see 'Llttlo Em AVlx in,' n everybod) Ida, to which I now added that of MarThe lutiodt'ctioii to Dakota when the columns, each composed of four angle irons, called her, off. Sho was considers 1 n gre w the nervous person. Milk comes first It is guerite Cleveland. How things have Seventh calvary arrived there, under Cu urrangod longitudinally four feet apart, prodigy up in tho sage Luth, and the 'bast easily dlgeetei and is nutritious. It is some-r changed wltuin n few years! While Greeley comumiil. in April, isrj, a.ul pitched resting on a continuous granlto base, the confine nervous patients ranger-.- ' thought she hail a voice like n liu time expedient to 1U tents near Y nik'oii. nr.t u sjseciully spaces between tho columns at tho founda- to a diet consisting of nothing but milk, and wasullvo Chupiwiqua was kept lively with one. It was a old afternoo.i, the tion nnd the roof being (Hied by a panel net She was about 13 yeore old then ano when 1 visitor. Now, howtsver, is a place of solifny "nothing," I mean nil that the tude, and though Onbrlelloit retain i tbo ownawfully ugly. (Sho's Improved a great dea toil was blowing keemlr, toe ha 1 ominof n tough, matesinco then in looksi. I remember it was c word Implies. A llomnrkablo Curo of a Ilorflo. ership, it hs lost all attractions a a resious streak in it, an i st nih' n blizztrd Eggs como next in jioint of general availria!. This panel fulfills a double function: very warm day that we started out over tht dence. Ida's children, with their fathor wera ordirad into it co tipletes tho tunnel for purposes of tsimeon. The CM Juan L. I Irmlri,: pr mloent (.rocerr venninety-fivmUos to Hattlc ability. They ore nutritious nnd of easy desert to rido tho (Col. Nicholas Smith), and the entire circle town with thir bor-6- , nnly a camp-guarll-toirrrchau!,. mrnibtr of ttm flrmof tilation, and it prevents resonance, which digestibility. They posse-s- , moreover, the being left behiud: an I tho g'lural and his mi;lt bo causod by the rapid pnssago of a Mountain. 'Llttlo Em' wore a big stonw great advantage of containing n maximum of which the Ureo leys wore tbo center, is Aiifuits, (Is., tusifi n f"llt wmit tutnnsot bat n linen duster, and her fac was as ful jf nutriment In a minimum of bulk, nn I now scattered. I near by m a chauco cabin on fifth trettiueot of rsluible hone wuh Swill's wife remains train through a tunnel with metallic walls. of frecklos us a pepper box is full of holes. Greeloy lovod society, and the only reason gpMUr lw opon prairie. The storm raged for 1 1 roll taken InibeKtHof THE HOOF SUPPOIiT. hd Sho sat up with the drlvor most of the tinu benoe they are especially Indicated for thoss x ttirty-tiwhy ho was not more social was because bo with s ictete cee of plnkefe, vlul, rtiultrd In hours as only a storm can rago in wklrh The roof is supported ami tho wholo struc(I sut right behind her), and tbo way sht Invalids in whom it is not advisable to loid novor had time. Ills life was an effort how tlir uoet (uiful rase of blood p i.ouli 1 have Dakota, where t :ere an 'vighf months of ture tied by beams placod four tho stomach with much food. Haw egg, feet from Aflfr clitlit or nine months of doctoring winter and four of very late in the fall," centers which extend across tho outire span, rattled on was amusing t) tbo crowd. Bonn contrary to the generally received opinion, to get the m st out of n day, and this reneisrrj of us thought sho was just a llttlo to f that I could linsr ol, Iilrrar-o- l and no communication roi.ld bo uad with ixdtel dered him curt tJ visitors, but be lovod to with slure. tewedtbls llmstlir lion, was unable to At of are not 30 digestible ns those In which tin nt every eight feet to the tunnel peart."' tho town, enly a mllo away. moet his friends, and If bo could do no more mot In i saie of swollen lliubi. Hit rlxbt hind o'lUinn', tho ends being in tho "They had a great time bidding her good albumen has been coagulated by heat. was .is largo aa man's IksI; on It Tho snow came down in great swirllnj As regards tb varl us kinds of "flesh, fish than shake hands and exchange a half dozjn ocr forty miming sum. Ilehsil and luJ steel vau't wall. Upon also a niniittr words It teemed to do blm good. Those who ot and drlfttvl against the cab.n tc such inch span Lucklo thesetobeams tho laid ton byo at Austin. Tho mlnliij superintendent! anil fowl:" beets pi a roof is larite or on his lely and otli- r limbs He was and wore thoro nil J tholr wines, and, of course vlsitod him nt Chnppjqua on his Saturday a kmi pltiaMeloelinit ol jrxt aisl I waiadtl rd to ti way us almost to cover ir. Soldiers who So far as the nervous person Is concerned, olted; over this is n two Inch skin of Trlni-latho local editor, Fred Hart, a little Joiv, whi fcai lost tholr way cam 3 and hal to vacations ware nlways warmly welcomed, rod tils lud ilnzs with tin) shot riid. lie wjs a is very little difference in the adaptaa protector from chemical was said to be much in love with the maiden thero Im let in, bewildered and wbon they left he stuffed their pockeU tahubls animal and I did not want tu lotehlia, Uiarly and ' n"tv t and duui nso and cs a slight cibh- cauio with a natty cano and a plug ha bility of beef, mutton, venison, or of tho with npp'.os which cost him f 1 u piece, nud Altrr rCtlrK my brain In atarrh lor inntnrr rm-ed- y to death, frozen and their to tuorecfaraiioua, I Ihouitbtof Hwlfi'i spirldr. i which the miners" wanted to 'shoot.' Mis flesh of the toveral birds used as food. Heef perhaps more. Tim famo of this placo I knew that It wa luTaiuallt lo the human fi Hgrdans of pain was added, on tho outsid?, crete, Atove thu is placed six inches of conwhich completes tho permanent street. Wixom . owned on tbo odltor's suit, nn 1 hi may, however, be taken ns the standard. illy blood puiiflrr, and why shuiild It not Ihs eventually renchod Paris, and when White-laa'lOvo tho blizzard's roaring, tlu braying of This structure as u whole When not cooked too much, and when I did not titillate, but web fvr tbcanluisl terrified mulei. the neighing of horses in dls-tr- minimum or excavation, contomplutes the had tho meanness afterword to abu'O bott tender, it answers every purpoio of in Held vl.it.sl tho French cnpltal he found sent lost July to Atlari.ftfur a supply. tho nuxtmuin of herself. Nobody then though' bar father and n collection of pictures n full length par-tras", and now and then tie bowling of a capacity, the greatest I bfitaii the trratiurnt with 4 tc. of S. ri H. and number nnd most t'jo little frecklod-facc- , country the system. Veal is not so easily digested, lost dog, 'The door was pried opan once," equal distribution 4oz of water three continued of points of support, and looking girl, who was then only known ns i nnd the same may Lo said of pork, except chasedof Greeley as n farmer K:tl pur- forawei'l. Ilieti 1tiiiiia aday IbnTtla I to fioi,ot lucre and dose tho picture, which now adorns tho Sir... Custer says, "thinking we hoard the consequent tto sucking maximum of strength and stiff-i:cearh and continued for urek. Tluu I Increased t'asj range piano hunger nnd n 'Sllvei to the tustu, pig, which isis not only ploasant otlleo of Thu Trilmua cry of a nnd tho stratige, but which to 8 ci and run It a week, when I wont back tor, in use. Threads Among tho Gold' vocalist, woult j promptly acted upcu by the also easily and wild oyes of a horse, pjering in for help, dlgostive Juices. oa again. The result naitlut al thn end (f the VENTILATION. ovor becotuo a prima donna at j 1,000 t Of thoie who psnicipatfd in the war first week tlie bone hid s lair appetite, which be Salt meat is not adopted to tho requireiaunted me long afterwards. Tho railway tunnels form opon cylinder night But then, such is life. Pluck wins ' ments of tbo nervous erron. The nutritious o 181" hardly a dczi-Hslief came at length, but not until after me now livmc. had not hid since his sickness. At thn end of tlie from station to station, and the trains being and wo could all soi on tb it llattle Mouu juices has, o to n great extent gone into tho Astoria, III., hse nut) who is 0:1 vn old, attend week eteu K'ratw liiiirotfiiiral n appa Mtvernl futilo uttomptis had boon made to rent, lor many oi toe lores m re neaiit n nicely ana which brine has get through the intervening snow, in which of approximate cross section constitute loose tnln stage that day that tho Austin g!r tholoj., iu piece ofit g odlen waked. Never snd sawn wood for a li'int'. tbs hone manlftitcl atirilrs to n ore about. At ham Las an Indirect a pistons always moving in tho satno direchad lots of the end of tho third week lie b can to tbow isln the men lloundered und sank almost out of vnlue, in that It often servos as an nppat zer. In fill and had full appetite. 'Hie awelllcif is tho establishment (i 111 liken lh I'll In sight, oven in the streets of tho town. tion; tho obvious effect and, hence, as an excitant of tho desire of alMJUt illnmre-l- . I uicd In all atom 15 bottles u.c iirt cf i it din ol Fortunately, no lives were lost, though the of a ventilating current, dependent for iU other food. rein. t,i, ant hit gt.rj nldwlfi'abpeiitlc. and wben I ipilt Ha mo the C.r..ln Senator Vest, of Missouri tlatuit uolvcttil lltllf.- s oats. co!di;rs left in tho cump suffered to vo rely, force upou tbo approximation of cross secFish of all kinds used as food, oysters, horie bad only lour mull lores ltlt on him and 'i in Puatrtolt4 Dot tions and tho speed of the trains; as the New York Graphic. they healed up Immediately. ""ilfRrJIV HROS . shrimp, crabs, lobstire, are good for nor- "After that," Mrs. Custer obsjrve.s, "we tmitsiruurf In AiikuH last all lyiuplonii ol the dliearo pined I'ltit, Tf products of nrtlllciul combustion are excluded Thero ore very few really conspicuous vous nivalin?, stn so a ammuis as well as why tho frontiersman builds his away and up to date no ilgni ot a return of the flhiiK n Hi fivn uf rdoilrih th p.i memories in public life at Washington. ' P?S contain o large proportion of pho,- ani ruw- riaks stablo near tho bouse; wo also comprobonded from the tuiinols tbo requirements of trutihus hare made) their aiarncand the hone UmiCtilulCo. Inn: l Ih Iticlin.- tleJl. that tllO lier-are reduced to a minimum, and per- Ammin.thl.nni.vrv.i,nIMnf fhU trn.rn pbortlS, U SUbstntlCO has done a mule's work on my litem when they told us that thoy did not Clixi' (lhe 11 m. Cincinnati,! system must uave. uysters are I rrjttrd it oneorthemoM remarkable cures that A, L.. SMITH ollrl Kmintnr VS nt Vie- dare to cros in n blizzard from tho bouse to fectly performed. The traflls rails and the nrrt tlnh Ohio. suitable when oatm raw than lllllr rt, Ti. I hare orer known Thus tali great medicine electrical conductor conduit and tho rail souri. With both it is a natural gift, culti- tnoro cooked, tbo stable-doo- r without keep.ug hold of a SlK'r t"ufISU. has proreu a boon to the animal ai well as the when roasted or stewed when but i oo. n ropo tied fast to the latch us u guide for guard are bolted to tho samo steel tlo, wbich vated to a high pitch of perfection. The are almost equally beneficial, and to some human race. nrrangoir.cut secures erfoct alignment, the two men are strikingly iu contrast Inger- - persons are more palatable. Augusta. Jan. 3, lssl. Jas I, Flxminii, their safo return when the stock was fed." ecu J for book on illond and Skin diseases. Ills tie being permanently set in thi concrete soil, a man of easy, regular habits, perfect As records vegetables, I am disnosod to milled Iree. Title bwin Hpkcii'ic Co.. foundation, "tt'lillo it Is not essential to the and imposing physique, the very picture of exclude them with the exception of Tho Coinlns American Actrsss. Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ui. i I Ian tho modern wood pavement now uiod ono who lives well, never worries, nnd thinks certain grains mod for making bread, and ICWcaRj Times in London and Paris should bj substituted to pleaso blmsolf first and tho world last. a few fruits in theii teas in, from the diet-nrTho coming nctress must lo sought in the of corcals, Vest, on the othor hand, is vnrlablo in his onta are tho nervous person, Of tho und tho south. Tl'o Florida Herall Kays,: "Under for tho nol.y granite. far preferable to any othor, moods C, an April sky, jubilant and tho finer they nro ground the hotter. An Independent Newspape' of thj softor skies and balmier air of tho Grapes Without Irrigation. s ono niiuuto, gloomy prln co of As to ten, coffeo, chocolate nnd all spiritufarthor south, in the glow of its fervid sun, Chicago Journal.) Democratic Principles, but not Conand Epoechldi tho next. A small, ous, vinous or fermonted Honors, thoy form a young girl is growing up, tall, stately, csrADp-rrMyH4o suukeu-chosteA company, cultivating 2 8D0 acres of specimen of a law unto themselve, it being impossible trolled by any Set of Politicians or beautiful, with tbo passionate throb of genI .... N f .rt. TS" O.eOfPlI it I iMIi' I.., It mlKl un. ius in lior breast, and in her radiant oyes vineyards in the foothills of Sacramento humanity, wjaring always a cynical look on to lay down any general rule on tbo subjoct Manipulators; Devoted to Collectsaid that spirituous however, lo 'S 'iil Iiste-tho glow of promise as rich as the rotubui's ounty, California, has nbandoned tho uso his pinihed features. Only ut odd times It may, such as whisky, brandy, rum, gin, t rnl.i.' i ''t':'T'i, 'V ri" niritrated ssit. I "rj.'"."!1' liquor?, company doos ho arouo him olf t) sonu special occaiiopo. We expect to see her at tho head of of Irrigation for wine grapoi. The butoxe-rieuuing and Publishing all the News of f.irnl.l.ei . ' " I ore novor proper for nervous people. auii.it. ivi e tlino, sion, and give tha country a tost of his oraAmerican uctrobsos, and it is proper that has plenty of wator nt alt management IhVs. : v,",' ' i,J. '" ' '"' " ' '' l'"iularity of the Day in the most Interesting bas convinced tho tual torical quality. tiio passionate south should giro her birth." Ho Was Too Incited. Ho and Ingersoll have tho samo views on ,J"' rli,n'f f r i,,al" " rf "" ",h,r Ilfw.iiir-l?,- o'i Shape and with tho greatest possiThe futuro of this stately beauty with the the lwt wine is iimdo from grapes not IrritWnll Street News. tofM.?i.!c"u,".l",'-- . ,v " ' gated, and thnt tue vinos thrive without irri- religion, and both are throughly ut homo in n. JIU.NN i VO " Hi" h"..'1 St Hi. "passionate throb of gonlus" might bo more gation. "My brudder Moses nefer get rich If ho ImNo, , ada;. V. V. biblical lore. Mr. Vest, It Is said, can recite vhas in dor clothing poetues i for n tousand ble Promptness, Accuracy and fcosily foretold if it were known who will Slnnn A fn. AJi"l"Rlr!r,r' i nearly the ontire Bibb from memory (though year." make her stage wardrobe, and how extenpartiality; and to tho Promotion of Western Illvorrn Market. OTii "'"''siiTlilrty-- , fjrsji vyt ho probably doosn't dovoto fivo mluutoi iu a rovo.i Vp.ua' sive it is to be. "Don't he buy goods rloss onoughif Kxeliauge.l Democratic Ideas and Policy in the month to tho theory of redemption), and hii 1. itr, I..,. .1 Der "Dot (loin make somepoly rich. Tho divorce markot In n western city icJ MfTI St. 'ctnrsburc's Death Itatw II ) lll.ililrrit 1 linim- mind, like Iugersoll's, is a storehouse of illus- troubles mit Mos vba dot ha vhas too affairs of Governmont, Society and tersely summar.'zj I by n local journal i. r i. is:it in ib I Foreign U'ttar tration and quotation. Mr. Voit is nUo Vhon bo beliif dot England und I'.us-oli In inintim. ,? l niii-i- Btaii- i lit !nraii;n..1.l'IIHl",j ...... 1 .. ... Industry The inhabitant of St. Poteriburs consider "Brisk coii.Hfiitlun anion; our local lawyer famed In Missouri for his power of citing a.ini YF&ir A "it'inucnts. and nil olbor miner t.i go to war he put $:J)0 Into wheat, nnd In down the the pr.cs of divorce. foe Htittvi, lu 'Mnil, I'niljwlil; lhwiuelvos foitunato in huving had uii ave-sa- u has brjught tiri,ir lo luieniiu t. .'ir ris'.u in llii Wo quotv: Common separation, $15; smal precedents in court. Tboy fay ho can glvo live days ho Iosj enfery cent." I iioil (Stale. I'unada, I'lsstlmid. 1'n.iti' winter death rnto of only 3J per 1,000 alimony, tjj; lurge nllmuny, sK0 to HOU, $6 00 DAILY, per Year the number of a page from memory, though Ptlior "What should he have done' ct uonr and i ,unlr.i, p, ac f populMtioa. bo has not soon it for voars In IiOndon, where tbo rate cording to circumstance. JwiMlaLlmrt rtoiK- snd r.a n .isamibwiir 50 "Korp dot money In his Kcket aul mark DAILY, par Month Iluslnoss goj . inoiiiaiiiinir in I in riim .. Information Vm Umhi Jecently 10.fi, this would be thought up lid ter cent. fully alien without riiaru. lland-boii- k I. bis stock increasing." 00 of SUNDAY, per Year fidimie. Tbo usual rata for tho Russian and Bt fv. PbIubSa ul.(nMil ililurmatlon 7 00 turotigli ilnnn JL Cn. ara nntlesul Ib tho rlrtiflj DAILY and SUNDAY per Year AUC YOU MADi: MlsEKAHI.i: by Indiges.npltal Is 43 to ir,. American free. Td admum HI ttieh iiolk Is JaaosP.roos, a pioxine it Orel 1,000 people re down with the ' tion, Cowlltlo3, tiszineei, hM of AppetlU tiy alt lktnettewbo ivUh to tHttwn Hull iinder-too00 WEEKLY, por Year "Wine ovr --W) years old Is among tho of tbeirtiatstils, i tpbolilfevtr at Plymouth, Pa., and the tholitioniet, is e'eid at Lynn, Mubj,, aged Yrlloir ilia? Sbllek'i Vltsllstr U a, pesltlsv ' .Iidb-WM- . JUIM i U.V, .Vril' York City. AiMress "AUTSN A CO., QaUo juwnno f Kmperor AVIllinm's cllar. 20 da:l.' ciwlitj. death number from IU to cure. Per ssleby Pennr A MvAlUier . f I ' So AroUo ool can ohfll thorn Ho "ever lioeu It blow, Ko troiita beat can kill then), Hoiveer litre it glow; 1 1 (Urooklvn Kagle. d AVhlle the problem of rapid transit by roads is in couro of gradual solution, engineers and men of business tire considering more ambitious plans for this city and New York, involving tho construction of what is called "tho scientific street" When this highway of tho future i3 complotd its surface will be froo from all obstruction whioh can luterforo with tho original uses of a thoroughfare, white railroads nnd telephone wires will run beneath tho surfaco. Dotoriptions of tha work havo already been published, end an especially interacting account of it was given by Mr. Howland 11. Husnnl in n pnper read before tho American of Knglneors at its meeting in Philadelphia last year. Tho following extract will sulllcientlyindicnto tho nature of the plan as proposed for Uroadway, Now "SKY-SCRAPER- C com-ponie- "tire-prco- !" If you want to find tho most uuorrlng and paotiomennl memory In iVushlngton, climb to tho top floor of the capital, at the Eonato wing, bunt tho document room, and inquire for Amzl Smith. You will be met by a tall, slender gentleman of pleasiiit add row, kindly gray eyos, and quick movemsnU. Around him on overy side, arranged in the numerous shelve, first according to and next by number under each congress aro the countless bills, resolution', etc., which ntplring statesmen liavo launched on both bouses since the very earliest days. It is a repository, not of what congre-- s has done, but of what the innumerable caravan of wise men and cranks wnnto I to do for Smith keeps a record of the bills regardless of their legislative fate Of coursj they are carefully Indexed by names and theme , but Smiths memory doom't need this crutch. Tho members in preparing billi or repirts are always anxious to know if nny steps havo heretofore been tukeuinthe same direction, and the oracle to consult in ouch cao Is Smith. You npproach Smith on tho subject, no matter what it i, no matter how long ago, nnd, after pulling the front lock of his hair for n moment and giving n squint at tho celllug, he will remark, for instaueo. "Why, yos, you'll And n report of thnt in X of tho second liSd" (meaning document 30 of tho seccongress), and ond session of the Thirty-thir- d bo will go for It with the Instinct of a forret. During an nlnust dally intercoursi of several years I never knsw htm to make a mis take. Let mo give an inter .ting story about blm. Some five years ago he was taken suddenly sick, and tho trouble soon assumed tho shape of a fever and attacked his bead. The solicitous senators Insisted on dally reports of bis condition from the quiet little country houso a few miles from Washington. For many days, as the ditea;e gained on blm, it seemed dubious for Smith and his cyclopia lie brain, nnd correspondingly gloomy for tho public men who dopouded on his ready stock of knowledge, liut tbo clouds broke at last, fortunately, nnd be began slowly to mend. The nature of the led everyone to fear that poor Smith might have wrecked his brain cargo during the mental storm through which he parsed. It was a balmy morning in May wbon Amzl bogan bis return ongagenunt at the old dejk, and I was one of the first to try whether bit brain would answer roll-ca- ll in tbo good old way. So I askol whether there was any document giving the dates when tbo difforent states wore admitted into the Union. Ho squinted at tho oiling for a few seconds longer than usual, but nt last ho caught the spirit of revival borne in through the windows on the blossom-lade- n air, and replied: "Ym, it was in 1S74, in the Forty-thlrthat a report was made from the houso on territories, in which this intelliI think it was 601 of gence was conveyed. tho first." That was then ssren years before, nnd no one had nske 1 for it since the day it had been dumped in with a griitof documentary rubbish and quietly takon its nook in the caverns of Amzl's head. He does not trouble himself to inquire, modest gentleman that he is, whether this gift is natural or acnalred. He takes whnt the god have mnt, without any horn blowing or nirs of supsnority. ntlttel that lse is useful, nnl content w.th th compel sation thereunto attached. con-grosoom-plaint d, oom-mitte- e Victuals and Drink Which "Nervous" pie Would Do Well to Lot Atouo Anlinnl l'oml Keronimcmlcd I'lth, I'lesh, rowl. I'co- - Tho Nntltrs lllesspd with ii ltaiuurUatiie "Oin of (lul)" t,nlci.l Courtrsy nud (food Manner - Tl.u .'punish C'odo of lllhlos. Inter Ocean ) If anybody supposes that Co-t- a Hloa is a barbarous country, tilled with crontures, unnimitiurly iu 1 unetltiented, ho makes n grout mist ike, but I know there is n prevailing iinpnssulou that it is nil outlandish sort of pluoe. I thought ho myself, but have learned the coutrnry. There nro peculiarities among overy pe qdo, and I've no doubt when h (Jjstn lllosii tj tho United States lie ksm tblugti Just ns oJd nnd strailgs ns we see them here; erbaps ho write to the newiapers nbout t'.iem, as I have done. Hut they nn as intelligent, on terprUing, and on IU voted ns our nwu poo-1- . nnd can surpaas our best society iu tho knowledge of language, In grace of deportment, nnd equal it in minimi and other accomplishments. Thoy have keener iiereep-tioti- s than we. nnd not only have tlie (aoulty of talking in threo or four languages, but are ldtied with a remarkable "gift of Bab." No Costa Itionn lady or gentleman is ever onibarrassed; thoy always know how to do nnd soy the proper thing, and while tholi courbMy and inanners are snkl to Le only skin doejs they are the most charming of companions, tho movt generous of Imsta, nnd the most polite t.f gentlemen. No laborer ovor pnssos n lady Iu the street without lifting his hat, mid he always touches ICurtM V PiKrffpvTf' It'll'-'- "' VI -- :"r ..nj.iiir t !....! 'I ... tlfc'WSinn Ifsa -r a TTTrV jL . M ,11 r. Throuoh ':runk Lino js isn . s. . y Dr. Wm. A. Hammond in Youth's Companion, Ii attl First of all, the nervous person must linvo his stomach put in order. Ho might just ns well try to run n steam engine without fuel as to conduct his body through life with n stomach incapable of digesting food. For fool stands In the same relation to tbo body that fuel does to the steam engine. T1m next question which naturally suggests itsolf is; AVhat proportion should exist iKstwwen animal mid vegetable food in a dietary for tho rjs yti SOUTfi IttH-k- WEST rioRibA niHM4HCs no'jrt -. t, s.; h; 4 ro ' s tls-su- mt ' s DTSPBPSIA. ti-u- I n IliiUiJMiiMI In-r.Klil-r- -- !.. door-casin- e ' of-li- 'ho'lrij - 1 1 . r- lt set-in- s 1 re PINKEYE. how-over- , o t- s'-t- o d .l n, 1 n. It-- - . w kulll-ciont- y it pug-nose- fellow-croatur- o, 1 11 d 1 il u k J y mi&$ tin 't story-teller- angular-shouldere- ! $ a I !,.... . '' m& laar. "'' -I L -- j i 1 i 1 n f I i i Mri-la- n 1 old-tim- e I 1 d con-t-U- !