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VOLUME X.-NUMBE118.
STANFORD, ICY., b'JtIDAY, APRIL 22. 8S1.
WHOLE DUMBER. IK
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I . le-lewl I ft wwi II la list,
rrlf lll Ik tine.
:a(M
I (U
III
Tirenfr Terrr .Iff
Twenl ;mn era IIW llmloek wai
Illicit rn Ilia lonrh-liolt of rtnnoii
wlileh l.i.l tuII'I relehraled minr
I'oiiill) of Jult; tit mohf' from Hi ran
hah' liion III mi lei I ii ,rirefullr Into III
itirefiil m.l Ulnir air of Soul Ii ('rutlna,
ajol lVil tiiiiiitrr heiamea nam for hi
IniJ... Nnl fir awty amtil tli palmetto
trulM of laraiiliriil Hea lilarul, at Head
foil, ami eUewliert wlll.ln round f that
ahnt wrr lli homeofa Bin. lnr.ll peo.
l.le. Surrounded kr mileitic tree, iml.l
acre of ilaiir f roiMul whrf low
ntiiirw-"j riupt viivtw wr(V !
lenc wm a jet ami liny ery 'air triUlllr,
Used a Miplf more hleO Ilk Hi mta.
of romfort than were lo een eNewher
on lli luMtabJ (loty, In ef r floulliern
6at' ror,nTtit.fU Ufa likf Mrl tabled
Ttiil alibi, for kl or III. wrvufht o
lb. I 6i'i How of war ! fl W Itif ru.lf
hand whirl, li.l tiillreil lli prteele.
r- ja ""at r jl ,'-.
Dnfiiarruintof lUiill'or.iiro when Ii
trllhr(riieerr of tliil ol.l aitem
ol nvCi. orjren elilmi for il the adrtn
tat, wbick are ltlelrjlr willlen In thr hla
loir of Ih rounlrr Ilul ll aoclal a.wct
ol llera ia a ruttlrr altogether apart
from lli lll!ral, .til H aH llaelf
la lli iHj lo roml lir terry ru I list
rnmanr ran lair
lllalorjr la not (oIn(
tojril haiMf
I llfeMe-ll liIclldTI-
tiled lli henna, tvA n'lhr
' Ulljaamal lll(paB
Ion of Ik tltr .will l..il of Ihrlr ku
mini?, Ih ll.tt(n JU fX'at.in..ll
Ihelr lanallclani ami aulwpirntallilral
chicaner, ami runt up llirlr wrTTlmilnai
a Jarrr
Jeerew of rant and'ilitw, not uorniied
tlLllatamr Jn ilirlirW trljr. V.l.trrj.
Skaul.t Ih blatorlin liokl I lit rnforml
'I.J.I.iJ .Vti,rr..,f.).a JrrW.I.. ill
llllnlr afaMltr U Hniilktrn onra of
,aiat4ivai.i.ra.ir( am aarrii hub womirr
onlbenirraoaloui aratrni arlilch troujlil
aSucU'luppinrfa it.l romfrrl Id Ilia frr
ami tk lioml.
I il i nir.i(..(i i.iH tlt k laiatar-l
Ian oil) lit a larftr Tit orllir .Unllon
tkan it mm romiaotl nt"llIarJ. ,Tjh
rnrfillon of mm rrrl Irgarira from
lkajr filhrr, ant Ik. In tkaln of fmi
nhirri mirk oul rraqlli la nol prtufuorJ br
jh jirrr.linj; llrlijra, ft lli aa of on
ilaa. V ir lb rxecutori of other turn
,arll.ar(llroM, ia.1 Iniiilura lfirolli
r ivobUuii to tw ulrni anJ ollirr wan lo
riiki. , .
Tli alijKlral rrlro-l of lb Lialorr of
flaicrr anmhilitra an .claim of
aJ
nnuMrlakl Iw.1t of AuWl
rlcan clllirni
IVAtf'wtrtT'ffl
.)., ii
I a V " I
rani llir abla
riot of Jbr war. , I'miilrot Uiwolo
aJumrsI U aarat Willi lb moa(iprfta
wuMa no lli irrj otn of ilattrr,
Tli oiajorllr of Ik t olrr in ih Norlli
wrr Itrnierrallr I'rrl.ipa a im.rllr of
lair liolJrra In lb Soulli, If not Whlja
al on tlnw la Kentucky, rr inclltvn
to arrrpt afl.rM.rKtral nwlfcoal ol rhMlntj
IbrniatlrrT' of ilttrrj Tb?ilralrur1lon
of alurrr, In abort, waa lb work of clr
riiuialHarra, which wrt aamuch' brOUfbl
abuul I7 lhnutrrbo'lrJ Ihi linilofk
on Ik iouck-bolr oflbat Cbarltytan tui'
noa lajb.T inr.on rla In tk counlr.
Tli moat iiit?rabl ahamnlil am o.b
lair II la on Ih irt ol former DemocraC,
Ilk (leu, John A Ii.n, am for that
milter, den (Irani, lo arl llielnaelrra up
al.f Joer,of I wolk wfclck waa (!oJ'
Ijir rualiSif eieala aa Dil(httrr lnn man,
ten ihouU wr ooleaii'lale hr war with
JlVtraull Aa b mere rhaolfc iKIlhurafof
HialiinK lnterrta s
Unlit lloi teniarra Vorlbern arroganc.;
until heller rraaon orritakn anrcrnllnf
leneulion, Northern rJitora will continue
ll.elc ilxarJ etf-KtorlCratton ami the(r
bn.l clmff of rrimtnalil on ikrpart of
alaarown7ra.l Iu'wajTi truly an inaltlahi
rondirt, wherein paaetom of a pa-opt hrr.1
aa il for Ih haiikl an uueiial atriif l,
wrr aroiianl, ami wherr Ml-reaKt aritl
honor tik revJenc orer pollllrai. ll
file ! Nlale after Slat rtfue.l lo w
r.trrfiul Ih arllj nih.o rnVwbIrleJ
theui InlS Ih iSi.I raretr of irrua.
And noa thai all laurrr, ami finlll
riaiu lua artn Ih beautiful bouiei of tau
fort in ileaolilion, without ll tear anJ r
cbanr wilbfiullatlon, ami miw that ( ol.
I.anrr, who rhrr.l with lb "lllack
IfoiHitiualr," alulnli ilirl on ih alrrela
of Cliarlealon, let tu at leaal call lb mat
ter errn. ua all take to almrrllliur
.Mil out of politica' Ami 'if ll.eielaa'n
reaaon In our will, II, Norlhtru brother
ami ,fIJiw-iiinrr, pruilt a l fall of
jour neck ana "borrow enonjh uione from
oil complete oar ailroaJ araleui ami
tl hull.! faclorU !-rluUrllle J'oat.
(.'a4 irwrfM;,
, , If i you ileajre li wrjt for Ih !(, ami
In b wliat ia termed a "good writer," there
ire two alUiioporlant Ihlngi thai on luuit
took I after ()no( tkr Ua plaJo and
ca lle,ilearlr within tbe comprrhen
jilon of pUdiapoted la lead aflr joiij and,
lli other la, a theui nlculile.1 to Inter
el rrerjlw.1 ai near ia It l oihl for
rerjl lo In, Interested. The flrit o(
Ibnw attainment! ma Ik moat cull a.
cured by a careful itudjr of model wrilrra,
micS Mr. Initamw a I r T i n , Hawthorn
and Pickrna, tbeulher ruuit ciittirthrou(li
a knowledge of huruaii nalur and Ih ti
ered of Kod common aenae. Without an
laawciallon of thraa) two Ibliifi no laoil
ran, becoui a good, or, In other wordr, a
popular writer. W hat lu mind Mtcral
wen of our luimrdiat aciiualntanc who
wrlUiiuoolhl and beautifully, hut who,
lickfnt'lh arcoiid re. ul.de, ir not al all
liked aa Mrltrra. (u th other liaod, a
cali'ilaf our finger upon men wboa Judg
ment, mj far aa relalra lo what would pleax
lb' o.te, U'alinoat entirely wrfect, but
who, when lite umlnlakt lo put their
'Ihuughl lu word, put la Ihelr wonli w
hj.ll ami ryuiid Ihelr period, aa roughly
thai no peraou ctrea lo lead after llitui for
any ijrril Irnglh of tlm.
I
Celery thrltr taat on iow, luoi.l. rich
jaJlj, l.li plliill ire grown in a wed -tad
i'ii.I trtnaplaiilrtl lu July or Augmt lnt
rowt pi ice J four frrl tparl, and a th
pltuliio Ibey tr etrlbcd up w Ibil
enly th Itttit tppeir tbott tin lurfict.
T7ie HI4r JHiwrr Jhfnn I'rrimrlxg far
HI NHwmrr Trlf-Hrrfrnl'
Aerf frlltiri.
Tli man of whom a garidi aid ihow
rantai reprraentlna; a inak charmer en-
IwinM with anikea la dcecrlpllre, ait by
Ida l I of rrplllei In lilt Ilrooklyn horn a
few ilija ago, filling aome bolllea wild hot
waler to keep them warm, Thla hi
hn a hard Winter on my nake," he
aid, it b placed aom of Ihe bolllea be
nealh Ih blanked upon which a botrnn
itrtrlor and an anaconda were colleil, "and
I nit bad hard work to keep them. I
hat kid to keep I htm warm all ihc time,
and the ilm4a way Ii to put them In a
tight bo i of thick pine, wllh a gliMattlp
in Ih ild, lo crowd In aa many blanket!
aa ar neded, and lo nil bolllea of hot
waler In ll center, ao ll.it lb make ran
roll around them. I hit toil S iflO worth
oi ariik by lb cold wralber herrlofore,
ami aa Idea two art worth about $l0
tarh I am carrful of them, bacaua there
la no lif InatiramT rampant for anilea,
yno know."
trnc I waa tnrellne In Ih Sorlkwil
wllh ill enila", anacomlii, hoai ami black
anikea, and w were caught In a cold map.
I bad mi way of warming them, and I aaw
bat they wer beginning lo gtl chilled.
Yon can't build a Era for them, r6ii know.
You hate, lo hire ptcullar appllancrt to
heal thein, och la llier bay In Ih me
nageri at Central Ivark, where th anakc
lie llen a hcet-iron ahelf warmed by an
bil alore. 1 knew tint In delay wai to
loa all my property, ao I had a bed made
for nitaelf ami entered wllh blanket. Then
I crawled In ind lifted aiy anikea In after
me. I ile4 all nighl with tin all make
fa my hrtl. I hat known men in bed to
e anakra when iker were non around,
but I 'hid 'em' that nlghl in reality, and I
count It th moat profilabU night I rrr
pent."
"When ilo 7011 feed th inaaea "
"One In Ihre month. four meal a
year hrcaVfiat, lunch, dinner and iup
r." "What ilotheell?"
"Italihila guinea pig, fruga, young
cklckeni, I'lgeoni alwayi lirlngcreaturea.
I Hit an animal Into the hot and lb
Makealrfkeait imc with ll tail, and It la
l dead aa though lightning had (truck il.
Then Ih make tbrowi on coil around il
ami criubea etery bone In iti body. Neil
it ejecli a alime atl oter it, and, atrctching
out, gulpa II down whole It t womlrrful
bow i iwallow a mlaa aerrril limea bigger
than ill body."
"Dueaon inimil make a meal ?"
"No, ll takei about all. I will feed to
thea two a doien young chickena in about
three weeka, and Out will laat them until
Summer."
Lifting bit make out of Ike hot, their
owner allowed ihera In entwine ihcoiielrri
around hla arm, klai l.ll chetki and llpa,
ad crail around hla bo.lt and down hla
iU," he ald, "they ar aa l.lrmleaa aa
dotea and aa wia ai arrpenla. The fork
cd tongue wbleb yon ae la nol polaonotit.
Th popular imprewton la thai the inak
uaea thla lo dart 111 rtnoni, but the lact It
that It la onlt a feeler for lb anile dur
ing lli period of bllndnew, Juit lieforr il
ihedi ila ikln, Thea anilea hat only
on weapon, and lhal Ii their coll, 1 am
careful lo fee that they don'l coll around
mr throat, for Ibey might choke me to
dealh (n a tery few minute. I bat been
bitten by them teteral tliora on th fare,
but th wound la not dangerou. It In
Dime tome, ahowlng tint then ia ilight
olaon la III lute, ami although alow In
Curing il finally heal without a acar. A
ralllranik hn a hollow fang with which
ll bite, and at the aim inalanl It eject a
atrraui of polwn ai though from a tiny
fringe Into tk around. I hart eitncled
Ihea fang, but in a few month other
grow In their place. I hat handled
raltlevnakc In mr lime, but I don't likr
their company, ll require iklll lo handle
them, bul I don t comlder thai ll duel to
handle boa and anaconda. Th iklll
with them i in keeping them in condition.
Thla climilr la terr hard on I he tropical
anilea."
"Ar there anile doctora "
"I am Ih only one, I taller I hat
11. lie medicine. The heal reiiiedr for
their ilckiir 1 hurst alum and white
honey; but when a anike Iwgin to go It'
bird lo aatr hltu,"
"Ifowdo you, Iraiaporl Ih nuke'"
"In a hot In a la cite. I riJe In
jnatijiuV,ip Iht rag in prurcuion, with
the nake crawling orer'uie. allow no
on el to handle them. Mt whole capital
I In anikea."
Wheat Cultivation. The ideation of
ht ripediency of culiltallng wheal, ua
a conleuiporary, Ia on that la looming up
in Ih future, and aliould b Milled by
dectittt etperimenl. There I Utile doubt
In our mind that much larger crop of
wheat could b grown on Ihtiatu aoll,
with e.iuil amount of fertillier, If we had
aom niithlne perfectly adapted lo cultl-
tijiag between tk wheat drill, and ahould
cuilttaU our wheat wterat Hue during
the Spring nionlhi. ll would facilitate
tha ienrlraltoa of th atnuMphcrr, laden
wllh inutiliir holding in wlutiou ammo
nia, and ihi4 other growlh encourag
ing gaw.
A beardle youth may bcalege 1 girl
with flallrir, bonbon, tow of eternal
oonilancy, llckela lo Ik miltnee, bouuet,
and canary bird, and ytt aht will hold
tin fort, lire heart will Irani ao far
away from Ih young man that It would
be ImpoiwIbU for bin to reach ll with a
cablegram, bul when h I brought face
to face with a man who lite a flowlug black
beard, a curled uuitache, or a pair of
miroon-colortJ, hun-ilnped tide-whla-krri.
ah cipltultle with a ilgh, Ih linger
ing aweelneea of which die gently away
Ilk lb lat falut not of a briit jwbari.
New Orleana Time.
i A Chicago Jewelry Arm ha put up a
gn Vii feet long and A) feet wide, which
joon.umed 4,000 fret of lumber, $I(W worth
of gold tnd JVjO worth of urltl orua
uriili, wn Ihir uoulht in count of cou
jiUucIIod, and coit fi,500.
l'rore if tli .
In no dertmenl of human eflnrt I
more progre lIng made than In Journal
im eieclally in Ih mechanical part of
ll. Thirty yeir ago 2,000 lmpretnni an
hour waa about Ihe limit of Ih capacity
oft newfpaper pre; now prewea lhal will
prlnl 2(1,000 .and no,00i, and eten 40,000
paper an hour ar gelling to he quite
common. The IWlon Jmrnol rrcenlly put
In a Itoe web-perfecting pre which cut
Ih paper, print ittnd fold ll, ami Ihe
Philadelphia f Wt lilely cl tip a Itullock
mirhlne thai doe Ih Mm Ihlnga, m.l,
In addition, paalei the leate. The
pre, howrrer, ar not etceptional;
Mtcral of Ih larger ntwatwtier office hat
them nr are contracting for them. Th
Tim f..nr-cr!in.!r Hoe, which ran lx
run at th rale of 10,000 an hour, I gel
ting a little loo alow for m, ami will hat
lo mile way for rt fiterprea. It would
aeem that Ih limit of pcd ha been reach
ed In newipaper printing, but it It Jnat
poealble nome intrnlit grnlm may now
I at work npon a machine Ilul will, in
addition In folding Ih paper, direct ll,
carry it lo th t-oflice, iliitrlbu'.e It to
th iuhrrller, open and rprea.l It well
Clled age upon a table before him, and
nnaiiy a.liual iila ictacle upon hi nor
and plica him In a comfortihl luxllion In
enjoy t heir tailed content. ThetTilcigi'
7Ta announce, In a double-leaded irll-
cl, that It lua onlernl eteral type let
ting machine, ;nd that Ih compofliion
of th papr will fhortly t don by Ihem
at a rale of pccd nerer before attained In
(III muntry. The machine, which I
known ai th Kotetbe!n lype-ellr, wa
Ineenlcd In llruaaeli, where Ihe TiMr im
plement will be ronilrueted. A comny
haa been formed to minuficlur the t
tetter in (hicago, and it mi be ll.il a
doien year bene tery few ly will I
ael by html. Troy Time.
;.4 llwrJi af il!
The (unl enm I iet in Maine laat year
and year before, of offering prirea for farm
work by boyi, haa been wliely followed in
Vermont The priiea won lait year hate
fuit been awarded. The Grit prire of $25'
ami a cholrahlp in the Vermont I'nl-
tenily and Stale Agricultural College
(worth f-a year for four yrara I for corn,
waa liken by Knnk J. Ilubbard, of Whit
ing, and Ihe Oral prirt, of Ihe rami amount,
for pot i loci, by Lewii 6. lireed, of f iothen.
Th retond prlie, of t'M, fur corn, wa
liken by Kdgar J. Tuthill, of New fane,
and for otatort by Frank J. Ilubbard.
The third prlie, of $13, for corn, wai taken
by J. T. Goodenow, of Monlpeller, and for
wtatoea by Hurt Koyce, of Willlimatown.
The fourth and fifth prirea fur corn were
taken by Kdwtrd N. (', of Whiting,
and II. 1". Thayer, of Guilford, and for
potato by Kugen l'laitridgr, of North
fild, and (Iorg ', I'ower, of I.unen
burg. So le than S03 boy conietrd
from 1 t'ldifferent lot rubip. The beat yield
reached wa at Ihc rat of I9i buiheli of
dry ihelled com lo the acre tnd 4.2 buiheli
of potatoe to Ih acre. At Ihe aterage
production of Vermont ftrmi I eilimaled
lo be oU bnahelt of corn and 1 40 of ta
loeto th acre, It will I een lhal Ihe
reault tecuretl by the boi ar iitlle en-
coiinging.
row f Mlnlntrrm eiiiif .lri.
ltemarka are often made that th minia
te r art oterpaid, or, al leaal, ll.it audi
men a Mr. Iteecher and I)r. Mori are
cilratiganlly paid. The following fig.
ur,gltenby the New ork Tiile, ai
woilhy of being liorn In mind. Iteecher
geta 20,00i; KJwin l'-otli, $100,000 a
year; Dr. Hall, of Fifth Atcnue, and Dr.
Dii.of Trinity, get $lf.,000, while l.A.
Sothern arned ottr $IJ0.(. a "I-ord
Oundreary," and John 1'. Owen play
thirty week annually for J'W.OOO, Tab
mtge preachr for $li,W, and Joe Jeflcr-
on playarorty wetaa al "Jllp an Vi Inkle
and earna $I2O,00i. Th icholirly and
glfle.1 lr. Storr ha $10,000. and Maggl
Mitchell etrn $."0,000 to $.i0,0tH). Dr.
Cuyler work hard and faithfully for
$X,00i a tear, while Iiou llouclcault fin-
Uhed a teaion a Ih "Shaeugran," etc, al
$.1,000 a week, and hi nitnagr tculdrd
him In the public print Iwcau he would
not play longrr at Ihe ame price. IV.
roller, of (Irac Church, hai$l0,00j and
a parwnage; the elou,utnt Dr. Tilliny ha
$10,000; the one tlgoroua, now tenerable,
Dr. tin pin get $IO,OtX; while Finny
Darcnnort earn Sl.OiVI etery week ah
flay a.
Sohimi Millet. Millet need hot
weather, and ahould not he ou until
late In June or early In July. II growa
tery fail, and i ready for culling in rix
wecki when town on good noil. The ground
need plowing and harrowing a If for oat,
tnd theeeed ahould be harrowed In lightly.
The teed I round and tmtll ,11k turnip-
teed, hut of a yellow color. Two peck to
Ih icre 1 uaually on. The teed roan
Jl.oO lo ii i buihel. Hungarian grau
Ii a ipecle of millet, ami either make
iccllent hi tf cut before th ced 1 rip
tnd cured green,
l'reident (ItrOeld ayi. "One aooii
leirna tu diatlngulali between th ioumal
lit who I a gentleman and the lucre new
gatherer, who ia aa unscrupulous at It it
poaaible for hlui to be. Now, there ir
plenty of journalise lo whom I would at
toon Impart a tecrtt at lu any grullcmiu
who il not cnuuecled with a pr. I
know they would keep it Intlolite, tnd
would trett me falily. TIicm are tb men
who make Ihelr mark in journalliiu, ae
they would mil il in any walk in life In I
which merit ami hoour ar requisite."
An Intelligent wllneat wu ou th ttnd
la a Deadwood law mil, tnd th lawyer
liked. "IXi you know Jennie lijidil "
"Yea, ilr." "Whit It her reputillou for
truth tnd tertcily V "Wtll ber reputa
tion fur Irulli I good, bul I can't y a
much fur her veracity. I'm afraid it laii't
Orattllafc"
Apwl!le, Hob, Color, Slrrnglli and
Vigor if )ou Corel Ihea, lair 4t'
Siruptrillt, whUh will couf.r lhu uou
you lu rapid lucceuion
Thr Mrthllt.
The Mellio.ll.al In the Cnllcd State num
ber 1,WI,CXi. and irrillfl.ini Into fifteen
orginliallnn, tlmugli Ih great bulk of
Ih memberihlp I included In Ih
Melhodit Kplropal, Ih Mcthodlat Kpli
copal South, and Ih African Mtllioxliat
rp1rnptl. Th illtlalnn Wlwetn Ihe flnl
two wa made In 1S4', on lhrlatery itr
llon, and Ihe laat wa eeparaledon the
color line In IMG. Th Melhodlat I'ro-lr-tint
I Ihe outcome of a alrnr!) In Ih
Mrthoillat Fpiaoopl I on lb qneallon of
lay repreaentalinn ami alnlllion of the pre
tiding tlJenhip, and doe nol dlfler on
oilier ..inl with Ihe preaent bcnly. Th
Ftangellcal Aoclition la a llermin
Mrlhnlial only, wllh il chief member
il.lp In I'ennatltanla Th American
Wrtleytn Connection wa formed In 1SI3
by Methodi'l Abolillonial, who wlahed lo
likr a religion aland agalnat Marery.
Thr Free Methcalht I a church formrd In
IHftO by Ihoa who helleted Ihtl Melho
diam wa gelling loo worldly, and ll.e
I'rimillr Mcll.o.li.1 i I be reaull of tin.)
Itr Ihniigh earlier drpatltirr. Thr negro
Method!! alau hat aeteral aepartl tect.
The general MethodM feeling ii lhal a
union of moat of thm rhunhr might
now I effected
Ho many voiding preaent hate btn
nffered to l'rnulan f rlnr William, that il
ha lecn deemetl neeeaairy lo check lb
torrent of generoaity; and the announce
ment la therefore publlahed lhal only ror
poiallon and inch peraon a ar rornecl
el In tome direct way with the royal fam
ily ahill I iwrinlttcd lo enjoy Ihehtppl
ne tnd honor of taking part in the gift
making. Orer 3,000orTer of preenlhat
len rejected. The wedding gift ar to
he placed on exhibition in th royal al
ice at IJerlin, adrahnion to the rpectacle lo
I aid for, and the proceed to go In a wo
man' benetotent aiwoclallon. I'erhtw
Ihe publicity that would lliiu he gained by
prrent maker would bat aotnething to
do with their number.
The Hartford (Conn. I limn aayt there
If a wnman in the northern rt of Ih cily
who bitcbe ben't egg by keeping them
In-i.le the buaoni of ber dreia. Sb hti
iclually hatched out teteral chicken In
thi novel wty, tnd I a id to bring off a
brood of line or four tt a lime.
Of court, when once itarted Ihe eggi
m-jat 1 kepi right there, in Ihtl warm
neat, night a well aa day, and one would
think there might be danger nt getting
them broken in her tleep, to tty nothing
of lb inconttnienc of ctrrying audi ar
ticle about with her in the daytime for
twenty one day.
ll iiclima(ed that Ih mow blockade!
thii Winter hat coal the Weitern roadi
no lea than $i,000,000. At onetime Ih
Chicago and Xorthwetern bad 4,000 men
at work .bottling mow, and tb Si, Paul
,"00, at $1 0 a day and board. Thr Illi
nol Central ha alo employed eteral
thouiind men during the laat two month
remoiing ohalrurtlont by mow on Iti line,
Snow atorm of conalderahle magnitude
are atill of a mntt dally occurrence in
Xoitbern Iowa and Mlnneaota, hut the
road are In hope that thr wont I orrr.
a a
An April jokr wa played on an In-
dianaiuli railroad conductor. During hit
ahaenct hi wife had twin. Theyncnt out
and liorrowcd three more little babie nn.l
arranged all Gte in Ihe crib, aide by able
When the conductor arrited at home he
wa ihown the fire we liable in the crib.
He gratrlr examined each of Ihem, ami
then picking out Ihe beat looking our he
carried il oter to hi wife, uying, "V
will keep Ihi one and drown all ll
other."
A aUAiTiiri. WiiiTrnAii. Tu fite
gilloni of wlillewi.li, mi.le of wcll-bumed
while lime, add a quarter of a pound of
whiting, half a pound of loll ugar, one
quart and s half of rice flour, made Into a
thin and well cooled paite, and half a
pound id white glue diaolfcd In water.
Apply warm, l'retioiuly wrap orTaU oil
oily whllewaah, Till it like ktlwmine,
in.! girt a brilliant tnd luting ellccl.
V mtrrlrd grnlleuun, etery lime be
met the father of hi wife, rouipltinrd to
hiuio' Ih temper tnd iliiHilion of hi
diugblrr. At laal, uihui onr ocitilon, th
old gentlcmin lixiiiilng weary of the
grumbling of hi oti-Iti-law, rulaimetl'
"You are right, he 1 an iuipcluout ji.le,
tnd if I heir tny more compltlnl of her
I will dialnherit ber." Th hiuhiiid mid
noiiKirtcouipltlnta.
Trnneiwer ha a new Itw forfeiting Iht
oilier of etery Sheriff who pcnuiti a prii
oner to I taken from hi in.tod. Thii
I lntcn.le.1 to put a tlop to lynching, ami
I bated on the belief that mob, Wing al
moal alwaya cowanlly, can be tllVclirrlj
opiK)e.l if the Sherllla hat th dcw'ie to
do ll.
l'rof, Thouuon, a rircu performer
from Chicago, will rfonu on a ilack wir
acroia Niagara Fall in July, l'rof. Their
in will auiit In Ih wrformtnc by gyrt
Hon on a lrie tuapemled from th
middle of the wir.
Thi I for tU print ttr of clcrguiec.
I jmont aatd ''Nothing can justify a long
aeriuon. If It be a good on ll ueed not
be long, and If ll be a lad on It ought
not to be long."
Iter. Wui.Thoum prticheatu a colored
congregttioa In Wtihli-gloii on Sundty,
tnd during the rrt of Ih week I employ
ed a doorlender for a gambling kouae.
The Oral complete Irimlill.Ji of th
llibl In tb Fngliah languag wa printed
in lli yeir Wi. A perfect copy of it aold
for $ 1,750 In IS31.
the Urmitmt hlrmmhiu
A tlmplc purr, hariul remedy, tl.at
turea crery lime, and prettnli dtivtar by
keeping Ih blood purr, tlomar.li legular,
kidney and literal lite, I Ihe giraleil
hlcwlng ever ronfrrred upon man. Hop
lliller I Ibtl remedy, Hid ill piopiielort
ar being blewrd by Ibouuudi wbo bit
ucu tired and cuitd by il Will you try
It'-tKagl
thr Drltl I'nurri ! HimliumUrm,
The dirTerrmv between Ih poiion of
the Itradjiialer and their opponent in
Virginia on Ih debt qumllon, which il
maJem promlncnl now by lb center! In
th Senile,. I ibout a followi: McCol
longh'a.or Ihe Debt Payer', hill Bred,
with Ihe ronarnt of Ih rrrditor, Ibr debt
of $.12,000,11, made th cnuon rerelra
bV for lain and oilier due lo Ih Stile,
ami lb bond non litahl ll Cie.l Ih
rale of lnlra at an aterage of 4 per cent.
The rtiddlebtrger Hill, which Ihe Held
juateri Hind by, Died Ih debt al lew than
$W,000,000, utidr th coupon not receir
able for late, mad Ih bond tltibl and
Ih rat of Interest 3 percent, ll wa pro
povnl to mile Ihi hill a UlT without tb
conarnl of the State creditor, on Ih
ground lint II wa jna lo both creditor
ami IheHtite. Tb lUidjualer Kill i
elude from Ihe Slat dibl ll.e Inleieil ac
cumulated during Ihe war and Ihe recon
alruclion wriol The McCulioiigh bill in
clude Ihi.
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Matmimo.mal Fnirir Two fun
necticut bride, bolli of ihem atill in their
teen rauie down on Ihe car lo Xrw Yoik
and took adtanltgr of their oreupilion of
Ihe name teat lo eichange confidence.
"Mary," raid one, "how do yuu likr inir
riedlife'" "So fir t I lute gone," tn-
wered her companion, quite enthtialtafi
call, "I think It tcrumptiou. How do
you fret about It, Anna " Anna rolled
ber eye like a acbool girl wllh a mouth
full of caramel and clap!ng her hand
on Mary' knee, eicltlmed "You won't
think in fooliih if I tell you? Well,
then. If I bid known whit fun it wa I
would hate got married year ago. -Rrooklyn
Kagle.
We bate a copy of the CVmorrMiiHtaf
r.ttvrJ, a paper pnbliahcd in aalilnglon,
which I etidently a paragraphic heet,
but we hue filled to find anything funny
in II. Attn eeldence of thl, "laughter"
I written in tarion flier in pirenlher,
lo Inform tl rraderi where Ibey ahould
imile. We don't belietr In any uch
"funny buainri." and we mutt tag Ihe
Utrnil lo exrii tl from exchanging with
It. Why doem'l il dd a rtlrndir, ami
comr out a a comic alminac (Sleutan
Title Herald.
A Vermont clergyman mike thr fi.lnre
of sood Chriiliin cletr by aajing- "f-
ler crowing Ihe myttie rltrr, we ihall go
on from the man tGlhraneel, from the
angel tn the archangel, from thr archangel
tn the ctlcillal, from Ihe celeiliil lo Ihe
ditlne, ami then, withering the ttra In
cluitert alwul our head, dream out Ihe
cndle dream of eternity."
The honet firmer I thrifty when be
lite in Vermont. Hitler detlei in Uos
Ion hit mule Ihe ditrotery tint clromir
girtne la being ,blpd In lulu lo firmer
netr Si. Albtn. whotllpin aetnipleoc
caiionally among their inioiieaof genu
ine country butter. .
Hkst Book For Evirvbobv The new
illuatrated edition of Webattr'a Dicllomry,
containing thirr1 Ihooiiod enf;raiiugt, 1
Ihe In fwotweirryloJy that h prett liti
producrtl In ihe pretent century, and thould
be regarded a indruable to the wtll
regulitrl borne, retding room, library and
place of builii. ftoldn Vr.
Th jon' entertilnment hate tarn
iiulaklt free from annoyance by roughing
Dr. ltuir tough Syrup doe Ihi. Pnc
2.1 cent a bolll.
si. i. lironrs
la lln.llJ.la l lapiewul 1 locolo esuoty la It
Urr Hum l lb nil Uneill AaaemUr '
kauluf.j. aubirtllolbeailtoavl lb Ikmioeiillc
imr- .
Very Desirable House and Lot
in Stanford For Rent.
TbliV"l"IJ llllal " U' flrwl. Tb
llauFnN,laluiTrtoiul.a fbl luoia J
tlalbvLm lbllitliltit. I1 alibi.
wll, laeylrJMe. Alflo
7J. "J, . t'HIUa'ta(J, ky
Stanford Female College,
.STAM'OUII. UY,
wmi AruLLoouraorTEAom.Ra
Ibli u.titutlo will or.
ITH M.KVXNTU- BKIHUQJI,
-:''.'i-,iuiTifK-.- M
S.NII MONDAY 1NKI'T:MBKII,.NKX'I.
AILTIIh ttKANIUbailF A
TH0H0U0H KN0L18H UOUKSE
ar limbl, a wll a
UUblO. Tilt. I,ANUUAU.rJ. UUAW.
INll ANU fAlN'I'IMI.
TISIIMH MtlliniUTIi.
lu 1111-, H"ara.'liu tat I IW la lb
r.iulaf lrlllwlila. I'llluarf , latl Ul,(lu4iail
at, fia(HUaUiy, W, u4 IVJlrjI.t. I
Far full puUcolarl, M M DihuJ, Ar aAAiva
Malll. aj. C. TMUa-HLAHr, t',laill
tuitorl. UuoU U. Ky
murrsmosiL.
raata L. WALtftR MlatlRM. en
i. i,. v.ii,roFti a . ri:uo,
ATTOHNEYS AT LAW,
Utllldll'l'V, ICV.
4t.l iltanlWia ttfen U iwtlertlaHl. OfBti
i k. r ririr- atte. ) li
rniiOMAsv, iiii.UJi:,,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
H'l'ArVrOIIII, ICV. ,
Hill Iilllkalall4(klt. M tt.li J (JMaloj
ctsltairi41atbe Cil f Atpval,
iiaaiMiaibe cii r Atpaii osea tw
inea.iri oirrti
411 tfl
TAH. I!. DUNLAH,
ATTORNEY
AT LAW,
IIANVIl.l.ll, l.'Y.
WuiprKiioialb OkiiI tl Bsjla ia4 la iba
GMricf Atjla laoiuil a .birt ef aatlk i
noife oiLeTr llirrti Prr.a ft liuat.
TAMKH li niVBNS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
H FIFtll fiTlttBT,
LOUISViLLU, - - - KErTtUUKY.
I'r.itkM la ill U Oiurti
lyu.J.
CtlltrtUb.iiroupt-
ii ij.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
N'I'ANPnitDi ICV.'
liar erirMiAHitirl Lttla'itla
(J S. JIYKrlS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
H't'ANPoiin, icv.
OAtf wllh Ju.tr rbtllM la lb fAiall-bouH
r.4Ulre.
T. W VARNON. WALLACE t VARNON.
T. W. A W. F. VAUNON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
HTANPOItll, ICV.
Utlc la dMirl r)iiu-.
I F.E F. HUFFMAN,
SURGEON DENTIST,
H'i'ANroitii, lev.
Oflf tlutb I4 tlaln Strcvl, two Jjori ibot
lb tljtri Haul
I'uraNllroua OlU llii Julolatr4 wha r
tiatrea .
NOTICE
1 Will. IK IN KTAM'OKIi Tll WH.K8
orrrh uuatb, rroui nr.l tltrfilir , na la laia-
tertva ie.kai.r eicb uonlb, Iroia lbir4 AluaJiy
OatcelaBI Alallt,l or.t Maltlmly A Hon'a
lore x-veija j
UMI
i.r. niiHUAN. !!.
MRS. M. E. DAVIESS
Is now vuoelvluK, aud will,
on thu 1st of April, opuu a
Now iind loguut Lino of
Sjirlui; Hud Sittuiuor Mil
liuory CoodN, at bar Old
Staud.on Doiint St., Slnu-
ford.Ky. 4-2 f
J. T. HARRIS,
TU PrPiiUlor oi tbt
Commercial Hotel,
Heat and Provision Store
Ju'lPffo-ils tUal Mtfh Ilatel, tui will trrcp
Vfglolles Ojsters, VUU nut Frulli,
AaJTillMTuiktVir til IUJ
t..ufilir Fro-
1'laCtf r
U, tt
duc IIMtf. RhMplkii- lui
oataatw in biiu evil.
MYERS HOTEL,
STANFORD. KY.
K. H, HDIINSIUK, - rropr.
This Old and Well Known
Ilotol Still Maintains its
High Eoputation,
- AHI
Iti Proprietor it DeUrmined that
It Khali be Second to no Country
Hotel in the Stat in iti fare,
Appointment!, or Atten
tion to Comfort of
their Uueili.
M.t.tt lll rf ttl Ufta4frtM Ufslcytit
lirt .f ct.f(. fctfcUl ArfwHilli Iti
UttotuMfrrUllitii.lwr. Tht Uu Willi.
!)) ! 14 with U t(.Ul
brjJrLliHrttft4llfartt. Aa
irtlltMjLlMrr Iturkt4.
ST.ASAl'HHOTKr.,
BTANFOHD KY- .
TIIOS.ItKMIAlUKS.I'ioi.'i
0f.NCDT0TaCf0mcrE6.2UIS'.
FAUl':,$a.00PKHDAY.
OKKTKALLY LOCATED.
rdimnlul AiKioii.niuituttiii.) Ai.
I.ii'.luil OiiiiiiimrtMlul
i'lllViilura,
waatjaa Tt-WBifarrtd J of Cbarr,.
WALL PAPER!
WALL PAPER!
WALL PAPER!
New Stylea just received
-AT-
me&Q-Bfi&Xa
F. STUKENBORG cfc BRO.,
Ititatutcrira tat DeilerHs All Efatt
aFiTJIsR.liTiIiTrjK S ! J
MATTRESSES, CHAIRS,
Parlor Suits, &c.
Xo. u mill ll rati IVarlNlrerl,
OINOINNATf, O.
oii will siVEiQTo n pip i rr ni
bill el food, ii our bout
French Dieting Casr SrtJ,
.Marhln-Top with I.arp.e Ulau,
A t S 15, $50, C0. 375 i. I pwar.k
Hun-mi Hf Ij, $20, 82fi. 30 anil up.
1'riilor Hnili, Seven Pirort,
Either in IUir, Cloth or Terry,
At A 815, $40, 8.r.0 A I pwartl.
VlfTibl til bur ftlaklt lataaviusJattaflhoruuth
It ttODtJ luraht-r, ioi to t linilr.li.fwlIiD
Narhirr tur MklDftt.r tatrn, A II good drill
rtJ u laoai or rallron.i frt tf rhirKt
KFMIMRFK TIIF VI Ai t
Sn.HA II jjI Imrim.IoHrr NlUc,
flmr MaIii, ('iiirliiniiil. Ohlu.
J. R.WARREN & SON
X. O. STORE,
WOULD CALL ATTENTION TO THE PACT THAT THEV CAK
still lie found at the old itant, ami as usual have a full ilock of ererjrthfng
in their iine. Itemeirttier that they keep a first-class assortment of
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Glass-,
Queens- and Tinware, Cutlery, To
bacco, Cigars, Notions, Etc.
In Hiaple Groceries they keep all gra.li of '
Nilgai's, Collet's, Tens, MolH.sse.s.ViiicgiirCoal
Oil, llcaus, Ifoiiiiny, "Rice, Slnreli, Nonp,
I'O., l'e.
Their Fancy Grocery Department consuls of
Canned Goods, Such as Corn, Tomatoes, Peaches, Raspber
ries, Beans, Peas, Oysters, Salmon, Mackerel, Sardines,
Mince Meat; Prunes; Pickles, Sauces, Cheese, Crackers,
Maccaroni; Spices; Jellies and Mustard.
They hare the Finest Line of Extracts that can he bought.
They have just laid in a eoml etock oi Trace Chains, Collars,
Backbands, Uainos, Hamostrlngs, Bono of all size,
"Don I you torget if that they buy, at all times, Flour, Meal, Bacn
Laril, Butler, Egg, Ac, ami vroulil like to inpply alkwho -need them with
the latter named articles.
They are Agents for the Celebrated Champion Plow, the best in the
irorl.l, so say some of our Ixut farmers, Call and examine. them.
Oil Cloths, Mattings and CurtainB,
AT THE LOWEST TRICES,
S SEt SKOWUeK & ft,,
-i Af7 it rstrounTH street, NmRrosTorricr, i at
A f I CINCINNATI, OHIO. . LJ i
--KICES QUOTED ON AVVLICATION.-"
iTOHN OX3LTJitt.DJEC cto
IVIIUIE811E 4ND RETAIl PEAl,i:BJ IS
PIANOS AND ORGANS
IM Music, Mi, id ill Eiaii of Mil KMcliieiiH,
NO. (JO WEST FOURTH ST OINOINNATI, O.
Grand PIANOS, Square PIANOS, and Upright PIANOS,
In lto.enood, Sitimvood, Mahogony, Trench Walnut and Klwnlie.i Cater, hi
elegant designs to correspond with any 'style nt Furniture.
Elegant Parlor Organs, Chapel Orgaus, Oliurch Organs,
With one Manual, with two Manual and Pedals, containing the matt bsu
tiful, powerful and useful couibiuatloui tur procured
in retd Instruments.
We luvite the puhlio alUuliou to our large aud Htll wtlrcltd itu. k.
PIANOS aud OHQANS, and our unequaled facilitiee for furnuhmg
the be.t i lata of initrunieuls at low-rate. We purchase tor ntt .-aili in
larger uuantilies than any other house lu this city. Tbf'etpenw of our
PIANO and OHOAN Oeparltnent Is far let than torurhous
e doing exclusively rt 1'iano aud Organ trade. We has retch-id' lower
prices tliau hate Ueu tendere by any dealers in this inarkt-t, aaJ giraratitea
all iuitruineult as represented. Ve sell ou easy monthly 'or 'qutrlejly piy
ruenti, aud auy inilrurueot taken ou trial, uot proving as represented, rnay
be returned at our expense. W'e solicit conespondenre w i tit persons driir
in tn purchase, and lake pleaiUre in answering all inquirifj
JOHN CHURCH de CO.
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