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Th bert pwnt Kir horn yrnU color.
"Rumlan 8now-(U' ia th Dam of
lw powclrr aacd ,y Udim, Car giTn
liutmut whiUnwa to Uioir complexion,.
Th fritifre and hp, ,r trlmmiBg a
dr-iaj ftwimnUr cnati mora than the ma.
Tulle and tarlloa Jreaan ara aald to Us
the BKt rxtniTaKant toilcta that ran he
worn, aa Ihrj mat a much aa a ailk and
oanaoi ba wora, evrn, wtta Dm amtaat
care, more (haa two or throe timea.
A nrw (Irvf-. ia tlra "Alrxia pokmakw
fiir kulica wear, the Waiat of whick haa a
aul ttrap courral by a makl panicr.
lien a grntlcman who it rrganlcd aa a
K"on oaicQ or otherwise plaoea hia affoo
uoiiaie arm around tha fair ereaturea
ait, he hear a click and Hilda hit arm
cauKlit. A big brother and a lamp en
ter, and a marriage or a breach of prom,
ia case la amuigod for.
"OH MalC CANDLES.
Uajr of our navlera find that candle
caa be marie oonomicall, by mixing a
mile beeawax with the tallow to anva du
rability to the candle, and to prrrent Iti
nimiing.- The lieht from a tallow can
dle con be improved in clcorineaa and
brilliancy by lining amall wicka which
hare Ixen dimwd In inirito of tunienUne
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ani uioroughly dried.
The indioatiunj are that eolnra tubdued
by aalurat tinta will be quite fiuhion-
aiie una aaaann, thua reverning the pre
Tioua nr.b r of thinga, aa hitherto natural
tinta have hn-n groundwork, pirnitured
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"7 Km. uuw m mounted with crira
aon or tea Mae; turquoii blue with drab,
fitwn, dor, or miiuae color; Knj;lih pink
with Tioh-t, atraw color with blue, tur-
fiiowe blue with garnet, lilac with niruae;
and white and crimaon on block.
Micll jrwilcry ia increit.ing ao much
in popularity aa to be the ra-. The
moat cicpuiit acta are finely carved with
caruoo hea,U, cuating ax high lloO and
Irge oval locketa are attached
to chain necklace with heada carved on
tliem. The nwnat expenaive acta are in
laid with gold in Arabearjue dwipn.; for
thoe the darker Tarietie being arlccted.
onie very pretty ornament are n-.
oxiditeil ailver and jet. v-roawa are cx-
oenlUyrrl iL-iuniiable thi aeuon.
Tlioae di-twtcn which brenk down the
apirita of atnan, and imatratehiio in the
duit, aeein to call forth all the enerjrie
of the eofter aex, and give audi intrepid
ity and elevation to their character, that
at tiinea it approache to aubliiuhv
Nothing can be more touching tUn to be
hold a aoft and tender female, who had
been all wenkne and dependriice. mid
alive to every trivnd roughnea, while
thrt-ling the proaperou path of life.
Hidden !y rUing in mental force to be the
comfbrter and upporter of her hualnnd
under mmfortuue, and abiding, with un-
ahrlnking flrmncaa, the bitterat bloat of I
Fhwbe Cary, at the time of her death.
waa at the head of a movement lor the
eataliliahment of a "Woman Dreaa
Guild, aimular to the one inatituted ia
EnglawL The plan ha been taken up
by other influential women of Ituiton.
ami the following are aome of the rule
of the proponed aaaofiution : To pur-
cnaaa tor eatlt only; lo bur nothing
which ie not wautod merely becauae it ia
cheap; to dreaa in a manner becoming
the atatioa in life; to pay proper defer
ence to the taut and pecuniary ability
oi ncaiu or fiuuilio ; to wear no falae jew
elory, false hair, pada. 4c; to avoid all
exaggeration even if called fiuhionable.
and all unaeemlineaa in draaa, and do
away with the fboliah aad silly euatoai of
drcaaing a auuiber of time day.
Eaatar toilet will be in many iaatancea
onmwsed of two eolora of ailk taste
fully con treated. Close cut aleeves are
heeoruing more faahionabla fur street
uita than flowing, but as the season ad
vanoesitis probable that mora open
sleeves will be in favor. For suit the
Klouaise with double oaii will be the
prevailing style, though aiauy are aiade
with a polomuiw cut gnUriolle with
pluit In the back from the waist, aad or
naments, rose, or bows dowu the fYout
A belt with bow kwped across without
ends, completes the whole. For spring
and summer suit also, the polonaise and
sack mantle will be much used, though
for materials inteudod for other spring
wear, the sack msntle ia best adapted,
and for thinner and lighter falirics the
poiiwutlsa will be by r desirable. Pn
thitik materials desigued for early stiring
wear, flat trimming and kilt pirating
are used, but as (lie season advances these
will be followed by Woe trimmings and
nVuuieo. The latter are aoantilr rath.
ereil, eut narrow and laid ia clusters, tha
edge slightly overlapping each other,
the top ou haying' hsaduig. Dinner
dresses of faille in two or three shade are
worn with eollari of Vsoetiaa.laos.
- arauw oMmnw ana bt, '
Although at this early period it k dif
ficult to say what tha kading shape of
i ooi I bonneto will be, yet the indiuatioas are
STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FJtllJAY. MARCH 2: is:-?
that the cottage will be iu very great fa
vor. ftraw bonnets and straw trim
mings will be very fashionable, both
being imported ia large quantities, and
the latter being used upon bonnets of
Mack laoc, and crape as well as straw,
noma decided novelties are shown in the
way of fancy embroidered atraw. prrttr
mixtures of chip, aa the Neapolitan. Tus
can, Waorn, Mchvian, Coburg, and
Dumrtabie. Tasteful boa net of black
lace and plain colored tulle or crane are
.being made, -Tseas are simply trimw.tl
with a ruche of buv k thread lace anl a
rose with leaves, or an ostrich tip, the
same shape as the tulle or crape. Differ
ent shades of gray and cameo tints are
much used, some bright colors combined
in the trimming. Black lace over crar
tulle or crape Is trimmed with a ruche of
black lace and a spray of crimson or soar
let macs, toned down to gray and com
bined with gray leaves. Pretty bonnets
are mail with soft crowns of crane. In
closed in a puffing of sntin, finished with
gros grain, Lb whole intermingled with
loops and ends of fringed gros grained
ribbon. A coquet tu-h hat. the "To 1
arden, will be very popular.
Vt-HtLrmB s rssniofts.
Very tasteful spring dresses for chil
dren are made of gray cashmere, poplin,
or frit, trimmed with banda of striped
foulard or cerise, and mounted with a
low square cut tunic of foulard trimmed
with ruches af the same, or with fringe.
With these may be worn on the street a
double cape of the gray material, one
smaller than tla) other; both with scallop
ed edges, and bound with the foulard.
Another pretty style is of gray poplin;
the underskirt entirely plain, and above
a canuiue tunic, cut low in the body,
mid trimmed with bias folds of blue cash
mere. The tunic is cauirht un at the
sides by bows of cashmere, and buttoned I
up in front The sleeve is puffed to the
el how, and ornamented
A TsEMKJfnotTa land-lide in 8outh
America haa buried miles nf railroad.
Tkxm corn is knee high, and mrden
surface are luxuriating in healthy vegc-'
tanie crnna. i
nrM "ere In two special cars this mnro-
NgwVork Odd Fellown give 13 000 I" The engine wTth two cars toi.k
to relieve, the sufferers by the front firrai ' llh nmbpr of railroad
vrri I .'
Testing tha Kew Railroad Bridge,
vismsATT, March 20. Railroad
.men from Philadrlhia and Pittsburg ar
f rived here In two special cars this mm.
in the West
" . sri .
v harijw ruMKiade lares most em-
irom other companies, across ' the New
port and Cincinnati bridge ami up Lick
ing river, crowing on the Kentucky fen
pticaUy that hi. slippy will not beijml bridge, ami after meeting the Khort
corrled to nrant ander an elrromrtaj tine maVl, tonkf on several imMencem
y' ' ""a Mured to the city, rorrosaing the
CperaavsCicn. (!mnt " T . m "n" n"lroi"'
waa sired by the staid old Pom.dd;- ! mcn eTenernliy who enwd regard the
tstrtv. Wouldn't It k. :ru .i... .. . t ""feturff as highly wti-factorv. A
a -j . . . . ,m iiiiiii ij i PnUUUl tt
turn out that he was d A h il I meeting of parties concerned will K held
Tn grand Jury of Ma.liv,n county I
of the opinion that the Richmond jail is
not only "not suitable for the confiement
of a human being, but it would I bar
barous to lodge a brute iu it.
Tub wheat crop throughout Vorth
Georgia and Alabama is unamially small
lor me time of me year, yet there is
good stand. The snows and freezes hove
put the ground in excellent condition.
ana there w a prospect of a large crop.
Moot of the larger cities of the Ger
man States lately annexed to the Prua.
sian monarchy have wonderfully increased
during Lb bat five year. The average
Increase in the population of eleven large
cine, including Hanover, t assel, etc., is
no leas than twenty-three percent
Governor Lkblie has appointed Josh.
F. Bullitt and E. L. Bullock, to revise.
digest and compile the statutes: K. C.
riuster and R. A. Buckner, the Codes
of Practice; and Geo. W. Craddock a
umpire and chairman of both boaids.
The salary of each comniiwioncr is fixed
with rows f : ei.WH).
to-night to arrange for trains to commence
running regularly over the bridge, and
connecting direct with the Louisville
Short-Line. A wagon and foot bridge
on the same structure will he open on the
first of June, The bridge is of wrought
iron oi toe keystone pattern, and is one
hundred feet above low water mark. It
has nine spans, the longest being four
hundred and fifteen feet; the other fnans
are one of two hundred and sixty-feet, an
other two hundred and thirty-seven feet
.i . . . '
ana two omers two hundred and two
feet each. Steel rails, siaty-seven pounds
H in loot, are used. The whole loncth
of the bridge is one thousand ehrht hun
dred and twentv-ono feet. Tn..ll..
guipure insertions, and a yim;e of blue
cashmere, upon which rowsTbf, guipure
insertions are placed, is worn With the
costume. Heart and ITcmd.
Tha Appellate Convention.
Ikaaa Snm ,w ewt Ckvtsai. Caaaixuis, 1
- - Vaiaaa.ar, kaata, im.V .
At a nieeetiia7 ct,V.- 2Vicrntic Ktiite
C- -J Uommittea held thi dny, tlh. 1
lowing resolution was adopted: Jietolird,
That the Democracy of the counties com
prising the rjecond Appellate Judicial
District be, and are hereby, requested to
send delegate to a convention to be held
at Lexington on Wednesday, May 29th,
for the purpose of nominating a candi
date for Appellate Judge of said district
ami that the county committees of the
various counties be, and are hereby, di
rected to fix the time and manner of se
lecting said delegates.
Under the rule giving one delegate for
each 100 voters, and for each fraction of
fifty and over cast for Leslie, the follow
ing will be the number to which each
county will be entitled:
SvRAnmic is the home of a veritable
prodigy in the shape of a young man who
possesses the power of singing two parts
of a tune at the same time. His name
nr , ...
esiey Arnold, and he is a niemts r ol
the Syracuse Universi
a recent gathering
ing clearly tm sweetly the bass rid so-
AvoT "Old Hundred."
An Irishman took the contract to dig
publio well. When he had dug about
twenty-tive feet down, he conic one niorn
ing ana touajd it caverl m filled nearlv
to uie top. rat looked cautiously around
and saw that no person was near, then
took of his hat and coot hune them on
the windlass, crawled into some bushes.
and awaited events. Iu a short time the
citizens discovered that the well had cav
ed in, and seeing Tat's hat and coot on
the windlass, they suppose, that he was
at the bottom of tho excavation. Only
a few hours of brisk digging cleared the
loose earth from the well. Just a the
une.me.utsroii.iijenaUl reached the bottom,
fTtfrng TSuue waJkTug out of the bushes a
Pat the Fleniingsburg Dtmrrat:
Wa saw a good, substantial twviorse
carriage sold at a sheriffs sale last Mon
day for only $26. I lad the lai been
such as to allow the sheriffs to (fend a
little money for printers ink that earri-
age would have brought a hundrtJ dol
lar, Aa it is in thi cose, thedc-btrand
creditors were injured. Whv will the
wise ones at Frankfort suffer this thug to
A FAsinoxAm.lt dinner dish
hog jowl and turnip greens.
TllR extraordinary snow of Thursday
night tusk was very general throughout
DWATniKH fn.ni all the nrirui!
Eastern cities state tliatHt. Patrick's da
was celebrated with theusual enthusiasm.
Cors In tlie Htate ia worth an averao.
r . n
. eenrs per DusheLw heattl 2.. .1
nay am ft.
New Vdrk city and Philadelphia, are
infested with rapid canines, and hydro-
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pnoiMa is iiecoming rrfully common.
The president's nmnsiim ofthcSholli
Allege, near bhelliyville, was nearlv
i . . . .
ouruea to in ground lost week.
A THHEE-year-old dauirliter of Mr.
itiileigh Jvenlwll, of Fleming coantv.
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was nurneii to death one day last week.
Tire luhnhilnnts of Milltown, in Adair
county, are asking that their town be in
corporated. The popnlntion is one hun
dred and ninety -six.
This State Baptist Sjiidoych.l Con
vention will convene at the Baptist church
iu Danville ou tho 2d and 3d days of
Tub peach crop throughout the State,
is predicted, will be almost an entire
fuilure. The apple crop is reported un
Ecriu. county will vote on a nronosi-
uon to subscribe SIju.OOO to the proposed
railroad from Richmond to tho There
rorks of Kentucky river.
It U reported in London that England
and Uruguay have come to an open rup
ture, ami that all friendly relations be
tween them has ceased.
A Bridk of a few hours, died of b-
drophohia in Goldsltorro, Pa,, in her
husband arms. She had been bitten a
tew weeks previously by a rapid dog.
C1F.O. W. rRADnOf'K, Chairman.
Ik. 1IOWAKI) HMITH,
8. M.. MAJOR.
JOHN riloMl"80!C GRAY.
W. P. T. BI NII.
J. bTOUDAHll JOHNMOX.
One of those mvsteriou oasaa of pre-J
. . . . . . -. a
aioniiory warning occurred in this city
lately. A roaug and beautiful married
kdy, whose husband wa down town at
tending a "railroad meeting, stopped in
to a neighbor bouse to while away an
hour or so until he returned. While eu
gaged in knitting a stocking, shews
startled by the sudden dropping of all tha
stitches from ou needle, but not beiag
superstitious she proceeded to gather theni
up, when a looking-glass in the room fell
and broke; shsthea felt that aoiu deadly
peril hung over her husband, and rushed
home. The front door wa open; his
overcoat hung upon the floor, and hi
plug hat was placed upon the marble bust
oi IMmol Webster ia the parlor. With
aa indefinable feeling of terror ih rushed
to her room only to Ind her warn inn
realised; there he lay m the bed aad the
aoa oX spade tightly clutched ia hit hand.
8h did avot fWut, but deuiad trump ami
played a club around his head until
ka proanised to give up aaca "triuka,V.
good-naturedly thanked them for reliev
ing him of a sorry job. Some of the tirwl
diggers were disgusted, but the joke was
too good to allow anything more than a
hearty laugh, which soon followed. Ex-
Tha Dying Wolf.
Tho wolf lay at hi last gasp, and cast
back his glance of his post life "I am
a sinner, it is true," but I hope not one
or the worst ones. I have done a great
deal or mischeif, but I trust some good,
too. Once I remember very well a bloat
ing lamb, that had strayed from the
flork, came so near me that I might easi
ly have seized it, but I did not harm It
About the same time, too, I bore the
taunts and reviling of a sheep with the
most Christian equanimity, though there
were no dogs near to protect it. "Ves,
I can bear witness to all that," remarked
the fox, who was attending him. "I
reoullect all the circumstances.: it hap
pened just at the tune thnt you broke
both your fore-legs, when the crane help
ed you out of the marsh yoa lay buried
J arkersburu, W est Vinrinia. ia the
d. . f olace ifj tm fc.U. i-J o
lj itAmartioo on tile irtfl orA-prd;"'"! tliat I,
.. State. I1
Mammoth Cavo-th Great Ksntuoky
One of the most magnificent wnndors
not only of Kentucky, but of the world
is the Mammoth Cae. The attention of
the people of thisootlntry has bora turned
to thi great natural wonder, by the re
cent visit of t ie (.rami Diika lUi.
By the route taken by his Imperial High
ness, on what is called the regular "Short
lMiut,. the first olneeta of interests that
the explorer aiceU are the remains of tha
saltpeter. Works! For nearly half a mile
on the way may be seen scattered the
rude appliance by which this salt was
collected) , B,-tweeu the years 1808 ami
18U persons in the employ of the United
States Government, built tho husre vat
and placed the ,p!or logs fir pipe to
carry on mo leaching, and there tlicy
were only a short time ago just as they
nou necn iciu the rain and sun can
never touch them, and it is thought, they
will never know decay. The print of an
ox's hoof ia shown imbedded in the dr
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nam mwr, and for a long distance tlie
"rut" of cart wheels are still traceable.
A very readable volume of history con
cerning those saltpeter work might be
written, line incident in particular -
likely to quiet the nerves of the explorer
of tho cave. During tho great earth
quake of 1812, which formed a lake in the
southeastern part of Kentucky and shook
the whole .Mississippi Valley, a number
of the workmen were at their subterra
nean labors. They felt the tremulous
motion of the earth, and : ,hc
wildest confusion for the open air. Tlie
shock wa over, however, before they had
mane their way out. No one was hurt
and it is said no r-k has follen from the
roof since the cave has been discovered.
From the "Rotunda" the explorer
passe through "Audubon's Avenue" the
Great Bat Room" where countless thous
ands of bats cling to the wall and ceiling.
tviKO Hugo swarms of bees tliey nestlo
together in bunches of many bushels.
Besides these bats, and the well-known
eyeless fish ami crawfish of the subterra
nean rivers, the only living creatures
found in thi magnificent and womk-rful
FfonT the (Mm. Otaoaeaiaa.
(Jen. Dabney fl. Murray, a gnllail
soldier of the Mexican aad CcasVleratV
wars, and mnjmrc! in both arms by oi?
wounds, so that he cannot as them, was s
assaulted and nearly beaten to death
few days ago, by O. W, Trioy a aleep-
tng-cni conductor on the Memphis aad'
Charkvb railroad, with aa iron nnksrV '
This fellow Trice is the on wW starvl ' f
tn miautou sleeping-car lie of aVt M
RsW.WkjMrTrasakiBt.. Jeffcrsoat I " ' '
It is by tlie employment of neh wre "
in tho South, that that sectine, UnSeLv: i
with outrage and: 0rr!er. Drive it i
vagnUu-la Korth, and give thw nlarra to '
tetter men. ea thotwh the be niisaw i
a t -B- f
Someone describe a wcldiog a i
grand mixture of tear, toasta, tsvjnaai
aud trousseau. . t" . i . !
Thera were only three terrible eakl ' .
trophies mi the Missouri Pacific railroal '
last week; one down aw onrtafcBS. it ,
one a eolhVion, and aiirarcr yVay ;.- i
to a crack. About 100 WounderJ ami Mil
large number killed. Pave the- fleeaaf
but hang the piece-arakcrs. i ,
Miss Helen Josephine Msnsfieidl wnv
was the caaae of thw assasusar'o. of Jiaf !
Flak, t urn out aa we expected, to 1st ft
Noetychitsetts-hate bed yaakeas. Ska' .
hailed originally from Pratlnit. that aasa
of godless isms and schisms, of ranting
hypocrisy, lust and ahomlmOioas-tW
Gomorrah of yaakeetkicJIediddladoaij,'-
Hold yoor nose. The irlT annataii'
bitttet-headed, sore-eyed, rarrkaa suaattd '
on of the great American Gift gseat- '
er I In Rome. -. '
Hugh Chtilhw, rfHie Tfcsnty, S(o.(
fell asleep at hia 83th mile post. V'V.
A Benton Mo., catamount, was three; .
ftt eight inches in length. f . $ 2
The St- LouJk Poultry Association, '. '
hold its first annual cackle on the 27thw " it "i
Two povalcr house blew up at Xenia. ' I
Ohio, lost week, knocking peopla and '
things around right Bvely,. -'-J
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SrailV Poa Remedy.' ' T
The following remedy foe to moJS '
Jim Lizzie Mabtiw and Mr. AValter
Craig, of Kansas City, were engapd to
be married, but the wedding cerenwaic
were postponed by the sudden illms of
the young girl. The disease assumed a
more dangerous form, and at the re nest
of both parties the marriage was cele
brated at her bedside. Within an Wur
afterwards the newly-made bride expired
in the arms of her husband. True
Gkii. O. O. Howard ha had him If
appointed on a commission to A ra zona to
prevent tlie Apache Indians from goiag
hi war. tr ne manage tha Indian as
well a he has managed tlie Freednuns
Bureau it will turnout a profitable jcJ. to
him and hia friends. - There ha ben
great wrong pcriMjtrated by th agenkof
in Bureau iu Kentucky as well a other
Souihera States. Rumor are rife that
the poor ignorant negroes have ken
swindled out of their bounty moiii.
Personally we know nothing about the
Mcto, but wa have statements from I re
liable souros, which, if true, wiU ooa- rn
oi oi I oes auions to the peniteutui
m s I '
Poob Longstreet for. notwitlistnmlii!'
hi shameful abandonment of his ii
frwuda and dossrtion to tha enemy, e
remember bun a the leader of tliat ta A
co-pa of "ragged ajbtUs" who a Vug
Stood a livinis knlaark Ik. r....-. J-
tk. " , . , T , I A Huaioal Lecture,
- -i . ou, ui mo moa cams i
val of war, worn for tliemsolves and ii " " lmt U lur r "AIt y re-
him a fkme which shall go sounding, do I ul"1' 006 matM ab"ut uuthcr,"
tha ages, is beginuiiur to eat tha bithH "SV1,t B "(iuu1S t of a
frjlitof lik anostacv and sea the crirtt-1 ch,ur '", lhmeiita during sermon
ing reward which tempted him to hi time" "Wnlt i called singing with au
full, turn to ashes in hi grasp. He uiuh rstaiidingf "Mukiug the time ou
now ao, longer Collector at New Or the fl "r i,h your tvei" "W'lmt is a
lean. An enforced resignation puts an taccato movemeiitr "Leaving the choir
sod to that dream of a goldua honest w ' tufr' bocause one is dissatisfied with
which daxzled bi cupUlity. Low as b UJer-" "What is .a sweUr "A
had fitlleu, be was (till unfitted to be th Pfutor of "'" pretonds to know
ervil and aervioeabla tool of suck a Vytbing about tlie Kieuce while be
as Grant kud dishonored, huiuilialed mami " Ignoiunce."
and alone, he ia thrown aside by those fur
It is reported that the Masonic brethren
of Memphis hop to secure the services
of Uen. Breckinridge as orator on the
occasion of the laying of the comer stone
of their new temple.
Here he die again. Uncle Ji Lret.
of Kentucky, aged 10", and carried pro
visions to General Washington in camp
wnen ne wai a boy. Hithmond ifeo.V
Great Britian uses 20,000,000 tons of
coal per annum for power, and thereby
add an equivalent of 133,000,000 of
working men to her population without
having to feed or clothe them or rare
for their families.
lizzords, with treat Drominent eras, ami
I l'f?ht-gray rats niueh larger than ordinary
rats, whofe bend and eyes resemblo the
rabbit Mile from the entrance of the
cave traces of these rats ntty be found,
but they are quite shy and keep well out
Thi Kentucky wonder ha been visited
by person from all ports of the world
and nobody has ever explored it myste
rious chamber without exiKricncing feel
ings of admiration and wonder, no mat
ter how many and graphic were tlie de
scriptions they had read of the cave pre
vious to their explomtion.-x)uwrae Sun.
Value of Advertising
"Without advertising I should be a
poor man to-day." II. T. Jlembald.
"I advertised my production and
made money." AVcAofas Loniprortk.
"Advertising has furnished me with a
competence." 4mos Lmtrtme.
"A man who is liberal in advertising
it liberal in trade, and such a mau suc
ceeds while his neighbor with just as good
goods fall and drop out of market.
VsaXaiwk- in vesta on dollar In business
. I Cknlild ini'Mut ,.n .till... :..
r."M. ... . w. v..v MW.MW ,U Mill VI lilSIII.
A. T. SUrwail.
"Constant mid persistent advertising
a sure prelude to wealth." Stephen
Fifteex cases of secreted small nox
were discovered by the health officers of
Louisville last week. There were 187
cases in the hospital on Sunday, sand sev
en deaths during the past forty-eight
Senator Talbot, iu a speech in the
Senate the other day made the remarka
ble statement which he verified by au
thentic statistics, that there were 600,000
drunkards in the United States, and six
hundred millions of dollars were laud an
nually for liquor. '
Thi eminent divine, Dr. Ilopson, has
been conducting tlie services at the Broad
way Christian Church, Louisville during
the past week with gratifying re nils.
Already lorty-scren additions luivo been
made to the church, and the interest
llrtTIUj , nnT is miLL'-JimI i. lU ir..,A.J ar- j
region aa some Urge sJuoft4 crickets. I i - -TT
ii :i'""i""w" ' - " '
where the doctors had little hop of m'
ing the patient, found Heaved a waeaan'
life. Other case were then tried, a ha
assure us, every one wa successful; The '
remedy ia said to be equally sen- u tk
scarlet fever. ' " '
The nKWTTj. f
"I herewith append a receipt ' which
has been used, to my knowledge, ia haa-'
dred of ease. It will prevent or cor
the small pox, even though the pitting
are tilling, kch Jenner diacssrered
cow pox in England, the world- of set- '
ence hurled an avalanche of Jame aponi
his head ; whea the most scientific school
of medicine in the Wikrldj-thut of Pari
published this panacea for tha small pox
it passed unheeded. It k as unfailing as
fiite, and conquers in every instance. It
is harmless when taken by a well person.
It will also cure scarlet fever; here it k as
I have used it to cure saialf porr Sul
phate of xiuc, one grain; folgior (ApV
talk) one grain ; half a teaanoonfUl of
water; when thoroughly mlxeg add four
ounoea of water. Take a spoonful every
hour. Either disease will disappear fa
twelve hours. For a child sturdier (
according to age."
How Street Car Condutora Get Bioh.
A New York street car conductor
many year experience, who has been
discharged for knocking down, publishes
an expose of the grand stealing operations
in roguo among street car employesj
there. A conductor of a car receive 12
wages daily, and must divide every week
atiout 18 between Hie driver, starter, and
receiver, or they conspire to throw bin
behind time, and reduce his receipt be.
low the minimum. To get a situation the
conductor from (20 to $50 to the super
intendent Drivers in turn are bled br
the foreman oi 'the stables, who appor
tion the best horse to tlie most liberal.
An boucst conductor is hunted off the
road In a very few days,' hut few are
troubled in that way. On a holiday when
tlie cars are uiiusualy jammed, the con
ductor steak from nine to fifteen dollars,
ordinarily from four to eight. In spite of
tins leak, the main hue iu New York pay
cuoriuous dividends, and no stock ran be
Tua Evaulug 3. of Louiavilla ka
whom he betrayed hu old eotnradea and
proved recreant to the love and ktv.lt
generosity of conquered people.
Akerman and LoiAgstreet I lot their fata
b a warning to thua who Would sell
themselves for oifiu at for gold. Dwpked
alike by thosa whom they betrayed, aad
by thua who bought them with fids
proaiia of oudBnos aad support, noth
ing k left to taoat but to drag out du
huuared life their only prospect la tha,
rutun, a diaiunored gmv,atBVi
I Tha Big Sandy Boad.
' ' Tha hand are pushing the work ou
this road with groat vigor. It k expected
that they will have carried the track
kyiug beyond the eruasuig a Moiu street,
by thw evening. Col. Koopvr told us a
day or to ago that th oars would be run
ins, to Winchester by th first of May,
aud to Mt fcSterliug by tha tint of June.
Vie will than begin to foal the good eflecu
of tha road, as it will bring cotuuVlurable
trade from a eactioa bow tributary to
ami CUivinaU. True AntludrtoM.
flRKKMrrsm-au, KentUcky.wiU hence
forth bo known as "Greenup" the name
having been clianged by the Legislature
to prevent the coiifusiou in the delivery
of mail matter resulting from similarity
of tho names (ireeniipshurg and Greens-
burg both keutucky town.
Tina Appellate District will elect a
Judge next August, vice Judgo Robert
sou, resigned. The canvass has already
opened. Judge Pryor, of Henry, who
is temporarily filling the place has been
reconuuenikd. Soiiave Judgo lliomus,
of Fayette; Geo. R. McKee, of Garrard;
J. W. Mcniics, of Covington, and the
name of one or two others have been
Sunn year ago a man wa found near
Pougkkeepaie, N. Y. at uight, apiareiit
ly fjoaeu to ileuth. The body was taken
to Tarrvtown. au.1 tm. .tf,,riiiia fnu,, I
Hastings held an inquest over it a ver
dict behig reitdervd acourdiugly. The
body was placed in a outtiu ami started
for the Siei'py Hollow Cemetery. Aa
th eoiliu was about to be toworul lulu
tha grave, 'a nuke pruosedul from it
cauaiug uitermeut to be delayed long
oough to duoovot that tha
alive. To-night the supposed surpae k under eoiiskksratioo. Tka proposed ap
aitting by a fir at tha Torrytowa depot, Prullritiua was not to be drawa uuleas
ha not been aaDwrtaiaed. He mud be- by striking out the sum appioiwiatod,
vmiiuVJ take sugar ia Uk'a. iaiflwa Uiuipoawl.
A Mixed np Family.
A sufli-'icr by alliniices between eon
nections by uiarrutge thiu explains bk
poitiou : "I urn rued a widow who hod
a grown-up daughter. My father vHtcd
our house very often, and fell in love with
my step-daughter and married her. So
my f itlier became my sou-in-law, and my
step-daughter my motlier, because she
was my father's w ife. Sometime after-
want my wife had a sou he was my
Cither's brother-in-law and my 'uncle, for
he won tlie brother of my step-duughter.
My father's wifo, i. ., my step-daughter,
had also a son ; he was, of ciwrw, my
brother, and in the meantime my grand
child, for he w as the sou of my daughter.
My wife wo my grand-mother, beeauie
she was my mother's mother. I was my
wife's husband and grandchild at tlie
sums time. Ami as the husband of a
person' grauduiother k Irk gramliutUcr,
I was my owu grandfather."
Tight Boota. ' v
Wearer of tight boot will, ao doubf.
find tlie following hiterestrng rmskag
"Hard oirrueaVc caused by too murk Area-
sure of the shoe, or by ita being so hot
a to slide back mid forth oa f be spot
w here the com afterward shows itself.
Meificul book rermrd several eaa wkera
paring a hard corn caused bleeding which
no means could arrest and death ensued.
.Nothing harder than the Snoar Bail
ever to be allowed, to tnuAtha,
which can always be cured or kept Aoa
causing ineonvenience by simply bathmg;
tne poi-t m warm water for half an hour
for arverul days in suceessioa ; often a
single butliiiig w ill accomplish tlie object .
uf suftouiug. the port adjacent to lli ao
tuul corn m that h can he pkked eut
with th finger uail, and tha shoe can ka
iislantly worn without discomfort, which
. i . . . .
ou nour oeiore gnve great paiu. It may
rvtara in a week, or a mouth, ar a year;
but the saaie treatment will always ptv
vuil. Poring cuusc tliem o spread ami
tuke dis per root."
a, ' 1
Aa Inebriate Asylum.
W omitted to mention before that a
bill ha btx-a iutroduovd into tha Senate
chartering the Central Kuutucky Iuebri
ato Asylum (to be located ia Bbrkeouuty)
and providing for au appropriatioa uf
man ' wa , nfty thousand dollar for the purpose, wa
To Claaa Bras.
Rub the surface of tit metal wrh ret
ten atone and sweet oil, thea rub off with
a piece of cotton flannel and polish with
a aoft loathor. A adution of oxalia acid
rubbed over tarnished brassauon removw
the tarnish, rouJeriug Uie metal bright '
The acid must be washed off with water .
and the bras rubbed with whitening aad
soft bather. A mixture ufmuriaiw aa4
and alum dissolved ia water Impart a
gokwn aolor to bras artie'a that are
steeped la it for a few aaoiuuut. '
Sooial Squaluy U) Kisaiaaippt '
The civil rights bill, giving rights to aU
psraoa lit all publie euuveyaaosa, kirkak.
theaters, eta., ia Mississippi, himma a
Uwoo Saturday last Aaegra'aadhW,
wife, to test the law, took a Mat t ot
I in llw theater, but www rjchr, "'" ,