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C. M. MKAUIIAM. UJUBD KVkttf W. A. WILOCB. TUKSUAV UOltNINQ MEACMAM & WILGUS. 1-vni.iHiriiK AX1 MtOVHItCTORH. - ' V!fiSCRIPTION RATES Oae copy, one ye'"'. In advance .." ll.l. .UIUV. lX lilUUthS One cn.v i:k I" Mi' ne Minding u tell T4rlv nana cmlmcrHMfW. 15 00 ,'1 00 HO?;tlNSVlUE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 1S30. LAW YENS? 9 Office, Hopper Block. Residence, cnriier Virginia ami Brand streot. nmy. J rmWMKtl. Attornoy at J.w, office. with I'vtrou A. LIUull. . . ..onnwtN W "' ,,UUIK' w"h "'Ucr' Attorney Law, next to 13 UIK IlltO., Main MlWirauw"' Sllll'l HOW SUITO. TH 14 ATHITT PAY SB, Hopper Hlook.op. 1) pmdw Phelps im. TT A.I'IIKI.r HON, Hopper IH9CK, ryar iii 01 1.1 G. DENTISTS, (llano np Jt.ilra, Ovor "City Bmk," corner of MntnaaJ. ltuaecllvillo street. -. JlJanly Court House. TrrlNKBKK MoCAnitot.L, Main Blnwt, IV nppualiu IMaatorenans. E1TTBH. BY PERT, ext lo Court Uoueo entrance fruin Usui Street. T It. KSIdn-T 4 W, Main iw opposite kl . Eugluo nouao. IiV JO AH U lilt AHIIKU, Attnruair lit Law, IalneUeel,oiiu. I'laokr'e Built. rtRt.AKti CKltllKK. Wain street, over Uoaeli taint " ' DOCTORS. w v inTTim. U. I.. "Viniro aoiitherst I nuraorKaslmlloanil Virginia aire.. 11 "w. liffYI)KS, oii up alalrs. next door A toTelegrar elllue. ninrt. M. II., over Oray ciner1. drug store. T II, AI.KXANIlKK, M1LLINKRS. Hit It I MAItTIK.oprwi" ! - tel,npaia're. iii.i.ii IMK N.ti,lll Street early opposite Christian inuren. M1 HTK M. K : JEWELERS. -in,L. WAUL, Halo etroet, llopklnarllU, ' v y. E' oUKKT MIMA JCrait t,,Cniplioll ft IV llllaaia' alii stand. - PHOTOGRAPHERS f-iI.auKXI'lC AXnKRMiX, Hry lllork.cn Yj trahienexiuoortoMurage'e, DRUGGISTS. G Main KAY lt,'lKSK, ltd r'runl, Mrnk fttHI! fttiAK.NER, Main Street, llopkina- U ylll,Ky. DRY GOODS. nrxl duor to riANT A UAVflOS. Main Hi- H' TiUeand Vlralma miwla. GW. Wllar. Mala Htreet,' PIMlM E. liop)ier k Hon. GltOCERS. Tl U HKKUKKaoS Malnaiieot,oppoi K. II. Hopper T'I.K CANS! KH. Pi-llin'n olil alanil, lamer J. Main and Kaahrlllo strwta. ttttji. MlM. Court Street, opnoille Court II II RM. ANOKUIOX, Soult eille atreut. ftldo of Itaeaell PVYNK tOUUti, tkeitepot.. t IitIU Htreet, pear VOLUME II. IIOPKLNSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MAKC1I 2, 1880. BUSINESS CARDS. l) W.M. FUQUA, A, 1. I'mraaLL. il. w. wiuum, TCU ZISSED MS. You It IbciI ino ! my heivl lr iipml low upou your broaat W ilii u .tieliHK of Hiicltur An.liHlhilLe i-udt; Wiiilu Uio liulytiitiotious Jly tonirult.ml iitifBioak, , Kltirtliuilup in rt.in.us From my imart lo my cAeok. , Ywr nun liolil me last Oil, yout arms iuro so hold I J I una bunt u'aiiidb lii'iirt In ttio'r iiitririiiinatu folil. . Y our gUticfi Boo i n od ilriiwlug My ooul tlirouxli my yo. . Aniin-imtli'HwsUioMikt. v.. 1 rum lliu vn to tlio klen, ' our 1I)H chuiK to miiiiS Till 1 inawil in iiy UU Ttiov uiiKi never midii-tp Fioio ibab raiiUirimit ka . You kilned mo! my honrc Ami my tuvatli , ami m In ilclirotis J-))',' BETHEL FEH1U COLLEGE. -THE- OPENS ON ' hiij, faj 1 21V 1880, Fr lafonnatlon apply to the Vre.ldent, Uantfj ; J. w, rust; , Georgetown Female Seminary. tOl'NDHD IX 184(5. Tlio neat acliolatlc year oiiena on the drat lUe.ttivtnSeiitoiiilior, l;e. For rauloguoa, addieuieatUooi'ti:twrii, Ky . tf.rf. uiji.ir.n, i rm. . Eminence, Ky. College FOR MALES AND FEMALES Tula iinniilar InatlHillon will open Ka twenty Ihlnl aeaalon Keiih'inbor 1. 1100 will pay all exumiki itf lioanllntf. wnnhinir. lirlit. fuel, anil (union in me eont'ice proper, lor uve- muniu and tial willpav for name In Preparatory lie pnrlmenc Vurnt ntu.lr Iron. Tlia faculty la ouiial to any lu Ilia weal, nvno mrraiiuwu U. . Ull.TNtiir hm tivDry, hi .si .1. Mi " IIKIOOB 8TKKKT, . . riOriClNSVILLE, - - KY J. M. Hipkins Pro'p. Jwy rvmly. Howl ami MuW Iwtijrht cnl ut a ciininixiiuus pukk ia, near mailing Ii- I'rarviMler of all klnda tor Mlc at retail ur in uuik an tiriHn Worms nW.royod uttliuiit thi' NMif iftiuii. uKvlAl'le rrm fMltfn f ror cforywiit're, TwiriiH fr Met. n.l IccdI ilnmj. hcuTT Muttms. Kiunkli, lti'(. Shelby ville, (K) .) FELIALS COL'ECE. FOUNDKD 40 YKAR9 AOO. Healthy tviiion: t4n Instrtirtors: Itlfch rftHuilnni of tk')nilarnhfi; (Irm nnit -u-nilic ili-tril(i; hrnt h nUK m lowcnt U-riun. lWmr.'f mill tuition. II vet mttntuK. tti nvimre, loo.yn; Imai-il. itinioit, suit uiiMir, Hvu tnotittm, m ntltfim-41, iiit.w. ror fitituoKue nninT W. 11, ktv alt. lrlnciul. R OU T urYN.HouUi aide Main, near Jlaah. till ntroiit. JW.l.AMiKR, Boaaellf ilia t., In rear of Uiy llanl(. ' LTt. D At IA, Vlrilnla Hin biween lentral llowlau.l l'itUl"a. rnilily no one pn'p.-rntlan liaa reoeied o wvtrn pr.lointm u pninHi", nur !''' Herrirl iirroniinvnitalion aa Hall'. Hair Ue n..tnrl WH Iml t.rlltl lie TOIfO Of UU HOC who hare itnr-d it when we pionuuure it the lMt Hair jirrnMina in incnorni. iitmnni uiiriYal!d. Tlioita who aro am-rtwi wnn n en.e. itf Ilia aoalu arrmnunliied with Itolliu or Irrllaiion. Ana ndinf aud renewal in this la ti.'iiM ruii..ir. 11 urn Liie nair la in, uii fall a inoiorrte una of tha Hfucwer will e irn eu tlio roou or uio.nair. aim preaerre a 1 1 If it j limit, a wnnencjr w mrn ira il f SH. n 1 II ttlrWIX, eoraer Mais ami Spring ,inta. " FURNITURE. AKD COFFIN DJiALEKS. lienrjr lllock. A W, PYL8, ap etatra, Main Ml. G S.O.THOMPSt)V, K. aide Main Street, yaulra, Tnoaipiion a loietuan a "iii RE8TAUKANTS. OT. CHllKWH, U W. Hall, KuaaellriUe, Bt O neat to YlauDf nun anoik , V BUILDERS CARPENTERS bOK, Carjientera t.u aitural color. Fulton, M BETHEL COLLEGE RUSSELLVILLE, KY xriT rtnn mtaixif B!rRiiiBR fodrtu ' rnilMii,yneMa for term Of Ire month., In elnitmii board. lodftinK-tiilHon, f nol, washing, liflhta and booka.omy vn.w Ilaptlat tloentlaand aohaol.iKtlve nv Illtl wmi.iera. par mnmi. www" bellieil fionl BoneBi-larr Hind. f..ll. Hlt.iMtlnn reinarkardr health IMihI uiwlal for rntaloinei containing fill pnrtloulara., Addre.a. l,r.l.lKVAUCiKSB8, Prea't aV"4iiviTrrAlli)jr J . ami Iwiioera. BANNKS8TAIII.R, llnilgasi , near I'nnoe ton II ridge, J. M. lllpklna, Proprietor. T , HMITU.eornerelVlrglnlnand Hpnng Htreora. ft W. HMtTH, North corner Kuaaollrllle anil . VJ VlrjililaStreeu. . .. Kaahville airoet, neardopot. CIGAR MANUFACTURER. F, M'mvEITZETl.ror. JfflnlivIHe atnlltalL road ts. op(HMtie'(lci!uU F.n. CLARKE, M.D., PHYSrCI&HAN SURGE0 Offiea with Dr. B. W . erer JAUtfia'W . tea, Main (treat . ' HorSJlf. r a iiiomeut .tooil still . . ' Life uuii lor ino thuu No unuotatioim, noi'.lmrma, No vi.iou. of iiappinvaa OiitHido of your ui ma. And wore I tliia in.tuut An aosut pojuwaMid. Of tliu pouio nn.l tlin joy That am ifivch the Mu-it 1 woiiui diiig uiy white rubci. Uuiepiniiitrfy ilnwii; 1 would tear from iny foreboatl Ite beautiful iirotvn, To riti.Hu oncuuiotn In that keavoti et rent, . Youi lip. upon mine, " My kcad ou your breaat, Vou klaacdmol my aoul l.t fl Ml.. n .livliiu. Ituoled nnifiwooiieil like A drunkch man looli.h with iviot; Audi thought 'twere rtoliisiont Toillelliero, Iflkalh Would outcome while my Hpe Were yet oiola'. w.th your broath. If mv heart niiahtitiow cold ' While yuurariu.olaAiiOa mo rouou In tlioir paanion itu laid And thviuinio tho quic.ttona. I ask day and ntirlit: : Miiai my Hp tnau no mom , Hnch exunimta ilellghtr ' Would you onre II your lircaat Were uit.lieltorastUon, AuH It )3li wero hero Would you klai mu again? . Eailroad Legislation. NICK AND I HOUSE ' DLKTQN, EX. . N. Tobin, - . - Proprietor. Gocal rooma, good aerranta, and Dining rooni euppltuil with eyerytlilng th, market -forda. , jfejf gpcolal oooominodatlop'i for Commer- I Trarolera.? ; ' UeblSm Thi Kentucky Leiriituro lmvitif; inilicatcl its claimii to the cunhilonea ami ailinir'atiun not only of Kentucky but of tlio wliolo nation by tlnf slntej- manlikw ' manner of its prociieJm.irH aviiiKlin a niiirvclously beauliful way iD0M!l of the question 'of prison ' re- I'onnr having liy rare jiuljiment and conraeo ln veil the nioncv-clianircr and tvn-o-worker from court", ol mstico having elaborated a grand :lii'mo of opular education; having in tno riscst - manner possible aettlcd ' all question relating to taxntien and the collecting of the revonuo; the Ken tucky Legislature haying settlcil all these nnustioiiH before the time ol ait' journmcnt had come, mos fitly begins to wrestle with the railroad iiroulcnr. And a most intricate problem it is In the older Stales of Massachusetts nd New York legislative inteiforence as none no good for the people; in the vdiinuer Mates of Jowa. isconain and Illinois tlio Legislature inter "oivi only to intensify thedilUcnllios. . Meu who have trucn venrs of thougut to he (location confess that it is yet a problem into which the' wisest can only looWtlirongh a glass darkly. It is well then that the Kentucky leg islature, that aggregation of wisdom, expom-nce and intuition, sh iuld tako the subject into coniidorntioo. it may be that the little wlucn lias been done in this way lieretnloio is calculated to excito iinoasiness m some quarters, bht only among horetica who have t ho iiresnmntion lo nouot too n- allibtlttvnt the KontucKV L.egisiainro, A Mr. Robinson, Mr. Robinson of Shelby, lias prcuaied a beautiful little bill; a perfect enmeo, on oxquisite work of legislaliyo art, complete in all its nnrls. Some presumptions critic has atatoil that it resembled the Iowa law. but this is a baso slnmli'r; that Iowa law was not nonrly so well finished, while thiB is so complete in itself that if it tea.n be put into opera tion it will finish railroad building in Kentucky, and that of course is the end had aim of all railroad legislation. Mr. Robinson considora ami pro poses to regulate all railroad measures, clsssify all freights aud prescribe pnp pr ear per nulc for all Iretglit rates. Glorious Robirssou!' Ho. while others wora assortiuE the thines could not bo dono. did it: here is the whole casein a nutshell. '.No otto know how simple tho thing, was until Robiuson'i bill was given to the public. Robinson; he ia a born railroad statesman. There is only one Omission iu his bill and that is a provision compelling the railroads to build a switch to the bacn of evorv farmor in -Tshelby comity We houe this mistake will be correct ed, before the bill is passed. Shelby county must be protected- against un just discrimination at all hazards. Poit and Jietcs. , AWONEEErUL HEAD-'.' CliARl.8 EnLIXO, 'rWP.NTX-Kla.IT YKARS OLD, WAOSB HK.in ilJS C0511lJt.I.El5 HIM.TO w -awswu- ;rirlrniHlphia,JinjpJr.l ... A most remai kablo'Speeiinon of man, after existing' tor many years m tho wilds of Jersey, Wuknowu' to' tlio out side world.'' hiis' tfieir .biMilif td this cityj ind may now be Rcelf ;at b, sulnon on .walnut siroet. nvcr snreo mo birtli he has boon nimble to stand upon his feat, on account of the weight of lis "head, which is of abnormal size. Fur twenty-eight years, the' length of his life; he has been compellud; to' lit abed contiunallv. His nsmo ' ii Charles Erling, and ho. was borii'in Uuilingtiin county, ISew Jersey, no lacks one .inch of being fivo feet in lonirth. but would probably- have grown longer had ho been in Tie habit of taking physical excreisc. ilia uonu appears to be about nix tiiufa tho or dinary iii.e, and, his motlier says, has lwavs been as disproiiortionate in weight to the rest of his bod .as it is now, . ' The measurement around tho head at the middle of the forehead is thirty throo inches, while tho line passing ovor tho crown and-under the chin is fort y four inches. Of course the head could nivor be washed nocnrolelv, but its estimate' weiifht at irresent is eighty pounds, which is two-filths of his entire weu-'lit. . 1 ha ltiner corner of tho eves aro four inches apart, the distance from temple to teinplo is thir teen inches,' and the bridge of tho nose is six inches below tho upper lino of tho forehead. If it wore a cnao of hydrocephalus it wonld doubtless bo less remarkable, but there is every physical evidence in support of statements made by several physicians that it is neither more nor loss than an abnormal growth of skull aud brain. The head is solid, and its part nearly proportionate except the forehead, which, in both' hoight and breath, measures about que and a hall times as much as it would if symmet rical with . tho other parts of even so abnormally largo' a head. Tho trunk of the body is about the same in size as that of many a big ft boy who walks tho streets, but the iiiukcIcs are soft and weak for want of activity. TIiq measurement aroudd tho chest in forty-four inches, and aromuMho waist thirty-five inches. His legs, however, are no thicker than thoso of an eight-year old boy of ordinary 'size. He extepds his hand to visitors; bids them good day and chats with them in a childish manner, ; Ho seems, to have an overy balanced mind, but it iff that ofaprattmg mlant. tie can not read aud never .would try to learn even tho alphabet,' as his neck, al- though no weaker than might be ox peoto.'. in a poison who has been al ways confined to bed, was not strong onotigh to move his head without giv ing him pain. It is thought that ho wonld not bo so childish had lio beoo accustomed to Bights and souuds be yond the limits of a bod-room which few except his pareuts aud their small nnuibor ot Jorscv ncii:liuor ever oni- ered. His parents have had nochild bnt Charles. The father is dead, but the mother with him hero. Both parents wore healthy, ol ordinary THE WOOING O'T. ' How a LouiivilU Girl Avails Her .Bolf of Loar-Year Privileges. v Sunday Argu's.1 Below is given a copy of genuine loap.ycar letter received by Louls villo '"I'litli'mnti recently. The mis sive Is written Am perfumed paper and In a beautiful bund, with any niiioiiiit of italics, which are not fol lowed, as tho language 8 sunielenlly expressive without emphasizing. The voung mini is oho of Ihoso re- cijiilly recommended' by the Annus 11 lis list ot eilijinie oacnoiors, iiihi n IkO doesn't respond lo this lender ripistlo, lip is a stony-hearted bruto, aud oughtio ho run out oi town : Louisville January M, loou. I'osllivo Dear, Cotnparalivo Dearer, Superlative, Dearest J limine: TJiev say"ubsonco conquers love," but olil believe it not, oearcst, i never realized, until you ceasod your visits, how deep anil lasting an im pression yon had mudo on my heart. Every liiicniont of thy dear face Is Idelibly printed on tho walls of the gallery of - memory, never to be ellected. , , .. . . , The morning cloud and early dew Mavnuiukiy pans away, llut oh 1 tho love I have for yon Will last through ouilleaa day, ' ' .never to Bcell'accd, though I should live to the aire or a Mutliusaloh. Thy face will" bo my "guiding star" on the wide expanse of the "sea of Uie"iiny cynosure around which re volvo tho affections of my heart,., : , , "011 1 for a thousand tongues to tell . ; Ho much Hove then, and how won " With thoo wouid life be life' indeed ; without thee, n living death, a uever oxialcnce; a dreary, desolate wnsto; an. inuiieasureably wide and -darksome tlesert. I have . waited long, and am waiting still, for some word of Ibvli. "Hope deferred maketh tho heart eick." I attribute, your silence io bnshlultioss. aud have Ihorofore de. elded to make to you tho offering of uiv heart fmv lito, ir needs oci, :ac. cp'pl.ohl accept. I pray thee, though poor the olluring ue. ju i yes, ao well so tenderly thou'rt loved, adored by ine, fame, fortune wealth and lib erty are worthless without thee. Though brimmed With Uleaaca pure and rare, Life's r,up before ino lay, Unless thy love wore mingled tuoie ; I'd suuin the draught away." Dearest, send mo one word that vou favor my suit; that you Will givo ma hotio to expnet I hat one dav.you will bo mine. Will you not send me llin likeness of tliv dear luce? Al thouKh I could not see tho original fhftcntise vou aro afraid to citll). conlil gaze upon my iiKeucss wim love unspeakable. . Youv- true, devoted, worshiping, would-bo wife. Ivatik I'. S. My dear Jimmlo, this is loup year, and inv heart loupe toward you, mid if you are willing,! would tain lonp into vonr nrms hatib. mm Srava Women- stature and possessed tlio avorage p0rth. But the inlnitues of the ciin ohvsical dovehipmcut. They worocu- ninff old Veli. who wauled lo get tho gagod in agricultural pursuits about whole of the tpuhilik of Suli into his The extraordinary courasie of the Albanian women has been displayed oyer and over again iu tho history of the country ; hut onu or tno most cele brated Instances was that recorded of tho branch of tho Albanian people 1'oprescutcd by tho Suliotes, when they wore uosiegeu uy ah rasua in 17'J2. Tho SulioieB formed a semi- independent confederacy, comprising sixty-six villages, in me Districts oi Margarill, i'aramythiii and iiauina. Up., lo the time of All i'asha, ilicy pridod themselves on tho regularity of the payment of tboir dues to the List of Premiums to be Dis tributed to our Subscrib ers at our 2nd. Annual Distribution. Encouraged by tho success ofa sim ilur undertaking last year, wo havo do tormiiicd to distribute a number of valuable premiums among our sub scribers next fall . Every cash sub scriber will get a ticket iu the distiir bution and havo an equal chanto at the premiums. . Thosq whj) havo already paid for the paper can 'get tickets by allowing receipts. " , Vo have selected tno premiums ith enro aud offer nearly throe times .manv as wo did last year. As will bo seen trom tlio list bolow there are thirty prizes, ranging Tram eighty dollars down. ; . , 1. A No. 1 Two-horso Wagon, made by M. C.Forbes $80. 2. A No. 1 White'8 Seiving Machine .' 3. ' An elesant Silver 1 ea-sot of six pieces train J M. IIowo. $oQ. 4. Ono gents' Saddle, made by J. A. B. Johnson . v ...... ( 6. A gontiina 3j 0!!t Silver ... Watch, Waltham movement, from Jas.L.Wahl,. .., t'- 6. South Bend Chilled Plow from Win(ie A Hart,.. 81 . T. Oliver Chilled Plow, from P. 0. Shanklip....;.... ?VS. 8. i Imprb-vod Doxtcr Corn- shellor, from M. tfingory ISro. $12. 9. Silver Butter Dlslij from. Robert Mills. Jr. ...... i ,.. . $10 10. Solid' 18 karat Gold.. Rintfifrom Jaa. L. ' Wahl. . . . ' $10 11. Extra Laro Farm Boll, from Winfreo Si Hart. $10. 121 Double Plow, manufac turd by Moore & Edmunds. '. : 810 IS. Silver Cake-basket, from RobortMills, Jr........,...' $ 14. Ret of Table Spoons, from J. M. Howe, J-' 15. Gold Pen and Holder, : from J, M, Howo. . . $ 16. Carving Knife and Fork,. from C, A. Thompson ....... . $o. 17. Tin Chambor Set,' threo , pieces, horn U. A. inompBin.. . o. 18. Walnut Baby Cradle, . from A. W.Pylo.. 85. 19. Finn Ridinp; Bridle..'.. 1 $5. 20. Box best 5c Cigars, from. . . J. W. Lander 85 21. Silver Uoblet 84. 22. Silver Goblet $4. ' 23. Nickle Plated Clocl;., $3. 24. Good Riding Bridle:... , $3. I 25. Good Riding Bridle.... , $3. 20. Gold Front Sloove But- ' : ; tons. ,27. .Weekly Courier-Journal one year... . ... ... '.'. . . . . 28. Weekly Courior-Journal ouo year. . A). HoutU tkcntuckmn ono KUMISEB 9, Eemarkable Electrical laven. tiea- ADVERTISliJG BATE. One or Icai.' tlr.t lfHlon -- Onu ..iiiarc.or Iw, "o'""'1 insertion.,.. One ninnre, three laontlia l):ie Mnuai'i'. iftcno ii... ii... Two aiinaroa, six ino'illn -. - Tlio iimnn. ono vi'iir. .. One-fourth column, per year. Onu-thiril loliiiiiii. iieryear One-Half eolnnin, kt ; One i-oluuiii. per year. ....... :: IlasiucsH lOCIllB, ii;iiii!. w. SOUTH KENTtiCKIAN. I fO- 4 ll 10OD 12 1)'. IT 10 a.1 IX) . 63 ' (It II 100 U " Special dispatch to tho Enquiror. PltTSllUItU, I'KNN., Feb. 17. Connelly and McTighc, ot (his cily, patent attorneys, sent their applica tion for il new'invention lo Washing ton to-ninht. This has not been christened as yet by the invenlors.but may bo called a lelcphoieteiicoH, or telopilcotn The claim mado is the ability lULtfiinsiiiit the physical wave force of light electrically, similar io transmission by, tno teicpiiono. it havinsr been dcinotistraiod that elec tricity is a creation of solar light, the principle basinu this invention is that of Iho convertibility of electricity back nirnin Into lii'ht, and in tno process undergone tho reproduction at I ho no nt ot reception oi me oimtoi submitted to tho action of (he solar or powerful electric rays ut Uio point of iransm'.i'sioii. Tt ia claimed bv Mr. Tishe. with whom your correspondent conversed Inat cve'iiins. that when the new in- out ou issulllciotiily ponccteii ..im practical use, it will be possiblo for one ol the two persons couvei;iiifr uy telenhoiia to perceivd distinctly at the snme tune the imn20 or mo it ami witli, whom ho Is enaai'ed. Tim iir.icticaLulility of tho invoiition will h m eV -r. bo niorn tho ;oughly appar ent when I' is staled that tha luve lors believe they will bo able to li ana mit iiiBtantaneously, from point to point, any written or' printed donn- oeiit, as lor instance, one ciuu b mu of anewspepor. Tho reproduction ni Iho imago ia the result ci cnamicni changes, which are now utilized In. the scietioo of photography, and arc perfectly fapnipir to an. Tho inventors oegan tncir iiivi-n-(Vaiirtii nfthd tiblcct sovoraP years ngo, the idea being obtained from Ilia first at tempi m.nio at ,110., ! incut of the lelpphono. 111 onier 10 bo able to work undorstanilinsly", Mr. MclMgho and" Mr.' T.' 'Connelly, the Washington membor of the firm, look np the subject of photogriphy Aud niaetercd.it completely. From time to time as IhRv mado new plans and discoveries, drawings and paper" relating to the saino wero filed away at Washington, with proof of tho onnie. that thev are fully prepared to nrnvn Ihonriorltvof all their claims should nny ptiort oc maiie 10 nisiine the snmo. Tho companilivo imprnc tlcabiliiy of Dr. Lick's diaphote- is made apparent from the fact (hat il require seventy-' wo wires to ll'nns mii ibn iinnire. Tho telnnhoto like leionhniio. reoulres but a sinfflo wiro i t will transmit the Imago of any ob-lor-t.' however lilrsc, which, hllb sent in diminished size, is. magnified at the receiving point, bcfol'o its re prodiielioii. (0 to the required nize. M'l'.'McTlgbe slates .that by his ex norlinniils he linn been able to repro. rltiee cloarlv Bnd faithfully, in a dark room at hi residence.- the images ot . . . . . V . .1 . .11 persons at ine otner cim 01 tno mro, extending from another pnrt of the hoiiso. and that while tho tclepboto (a vnt in it.lnl'ancv.,:or ils ulllmat porfeclion and utility there can be no doubt whatever. WASHINSTON LETTS?-" , Washinotos, Feb. 28 I8S0' ' Congress Pltibs along at a uioderWo paco with a pretty strong indication, that it won't tire out as soon ns lias iicctl predicted. During me mat iew. ,i. i.initora of little more inleres- iln'n-and scnsiiliviinl character. liaVtt been coming lo tho flout, and all, tbllios considered, life at tho tnpnol is growing loss monotonous "oin poM final standpoint at laa. A'V. ovont vi-rv rare in nay Wi'i,'i"-..i expnlslon ot a membor-threiiloiiB to shorllv occur. Mr. Ack'Bn, ot.Lou isiain,"slii"ds i"":" 61 of 11 1",'lol.,'' broach of honor among mcmoi-is. p-escnting to the honso what ho-rep-resented to b.o tho report of the com' milteo. and asking to novo 11 rei-em-., and piintcd. Theso things ai o n; wnvs ncccpted on the word of a mem. her. and When It was discovered Hint .1.. .. ... nniorl was not a roin- i.iv i.." - K u.itiee renort ami had 110 1 resent i it.... .... i'ii, rn.nlt venorted places hint iu a very bad situation. Ho isn Deirt-. ocrat. but nearly every Detnocia.it! inetiibir believe he """","" "V Mr. A'klon 0 authority whatever to o 10,.. 1 it, (here was a great lndiglia An investigation wa onlcrol pcllcd, while on the Repub icati aido ho has ..cveal nctivc Iriends who fa vor milder-trciiliiient- Mr. Ai klen a two miles from tho villain of Bridge' boro. which is a leasuo frrim Uiveiv sida. New. Jersev. A notice ol the case cot into a rural nowspaper not long ago, aud this catching tno eye ot 0 jiroprietor of thoBalonu he Bought it tho bumble liomstead' and ar- Matbomatical Slscovery- year 30. South Kontuckian quo $2. ?2. $2. 2. Ezcited his Curiosity. ... l.a hern a llllic rnecM-i VHI1UI .. ." ....... , . . . . f l....,,.AOB ! ll-llll lift ince luseicciiou m - - i... kui, .,npnoii 01 some uiiiimuiT things both here and nt home, In foil-acaui-iico of which Bomo lie Spa fH. ... , t .. l. i.Y ..lntlaifii. hnvo (tuouod uuii,, . - at " vet he lin generally iimungeu w'liiinWnsh himself. ' It I not iiown whether ho had any. corrupt motive in tho matter now. pinia.us;, d nil investigation lino unit luximu . f the case is beintf llnuic uy tno ju..- . 1. a.m. l.nll iiinf it'll ciarv l-ommittBc.-. a oj ? is fbttiid he will ccnamiy bollctl.. . - li i The contnslod olcction case that havo occupied the most attention . o f,u' nre'Curtin vs. Yocdih In IVnn.?);!' nnin, and Donnelly vs. wasnum ...... Mlnl.esotu,' . UotUfirJ pracuca. y u- cided. Tho radical press is niKi..B teniblo howl over me mining . siib-coinniittcc in the latter case. -1'or lause they eiiy wasl.utirn s .iiii.ju.w wa3,0U0 . But when mo . ' V; tho full cointliitieo is mauo, 1 will coiivinco nil fair-'ininded hat it is not partisan aim u.... Itting membor secured an ninny..-, nit majority by means which givo , dm no legal or just claim tt) tho f pat. ..o,.,-.l rnnlnillB EVlllCtlCO OI UIO grossest frauds perpoiraldd In Wafh- burn a Intorcsi. an caauiH'n kind of testimony before Hie commit tee ia this:-AVashbiil'n came to Mnt- ncnpolis trom the country will) a inrt- lority against, nun. . itci. -ly unpopular in the cily,-- and yot lio overcame this adverse majority niid ail up amajpi-ity tor tiimscii 01 o,Vuu 11 seven precincts of-tha city whera the regular Republican majority uu- ef OXcocds 'iniBwira- " "! . resort to the statute that encn vomr 9 ballot and nntno on . 1110 rcg,i y should be numbered, so inaj. 11 iiok-.v be known how cnchmanyolcd. llu law facilitate prinery anu n uu u.. ,l..l,.n,l iMinniialitulioua OV tue A KKW BULB FO)! THE CALCULATION or rKitcE.vTAaa. ! How He'd Do It. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. CIRCUIT SOITUT. John B. Oram Judge, Onilii, Ky. Kat Osl ther t.'lerk, llnuklnavllle. Ky. t'onrt mei.ta Brat Monday Iq kinruli andSuptomber. . QUARTRRLY COURT, A. V. Long Judge. Meiita Inst Mouday In January, AyrlUJuly andUotobor, COUNTV COURT, ' 1 A. V. l.ong Judge, Joah Brasher Artornoy. Meeta Unit Moudny in every mouth. CITY COURT, Joo McCarrdlt. Jodgo: Jaa. Tlroathltt, At- 'toruoy: I'. 11. OTmiu ililjr tlarshal . . .,' couNTr orriaicR. Jofia' W. nroatliltt. t'lurki r. P. Itogoin, BhuriiriA.il. Long, Jailer.-' - ... WASHINGTON, D. C.,. HAS A F1RST.CLASS HOTEL AT " . . f 2.C0 per day. TREMONT ltd USE, , tf. No Liquors boM. CVJtfCJi PROMPTLY ANJ VKHMANKHTLY. I so ml A bottle 'ot my ot'Iutmiteil i'cniu1y VI tli n vulu'alile H'(mtiHfl ou thin ilifleiino, froe toftlUtilVerciswlio Hftiil tuo their I. U fliul K firowi ndiln-fM, h IT, U foot, Nu. 13U I' tul 3'.., -Sew Vurk. Willard Hotel, E, C. STEELS, Proprlctcr. OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KY. LESSUREJIOURS. A Magazine of ChoicO Litorntnre for ' - tho People : .. rVBLlSIIEU inONTIILT. BY W.-L KERSHON &C0., Ill, Broadway, N. Y The pnhllaliers of this popular Mngnzlne have determined to give in.iro good, liunreat tug and Instrurtlvs rending mutter to auli (erlbeislhiincnii bo obtained nnywhoro for the anmo price, thev havo, therefore, engngeil a nnniliei. of regular contrlbuloraWell known 11,0 imlillc. inr the vear 18S0. who will pro- sent through the ooluinns ot the Mngntlno, ffl Irlglnnl Articles, consruling of Uiogrnpliica, 'ravels, Nuturttl Ilistojy, workaol tacts and Klction. o. . KntwlthatnndliK the increased outlay of ....,.. ivl.lrii Lliis renders iiecessarv. tlie sub crlptlou urlee of tho Magazine reninlua the "Vl'ir tertna! 1.00 a yoar or 60 cents for six w.. .nd a trial snliaerlntloa of three months with a handsome proniluin for Agents wanted In every town. Steady orn-ploviu-nt and good pay. - ... For .further iiavticnlars and agents tortns auiul stiitnp 10 tao puouiiiiui AY'. L. MEHSIION&CO, - j - IU, Broadway, N. Y 8averal men were gathered at' the door of a blacksmith shop on Cass avenue tlio other morning when a school-boy not ovor nino j'vars of age came along with tears in his eyes, aud one.ot the group asked, . .What' tho matter boy fall down ? N-no, but I've gat'a hard Vllhine tlo lossoii, and I expect to get licked I was tho answer. Lot me seo, I usoitto bo a king-bee on fractions. The man took. tlio book, turned to tho page and road. ' ; "Hulk 1 Kind tho least common multinlo of thedunoiiiuiiitors ol the fractious for the least common denominator. IMVliie ine leasicom nion ucuomiuator by each denominator, mid multiply both turtn of the fractions by tlio auotieut obtained by each denominator." Ho read tho rule aloud and asked If anv one could uudnrstnnd It. All shook their heads, and he then con llniiod t '. "Well, now, I think I should go to work and discover the least uncom mon agitator. I would then evolve a parallel according to Iho intriiisio dovintor aud puuetuato the thermonv eter." , ' "So would 1 1" answered ovory man n chorus, and one of them addod "I've worked 'cm out that way a . . . .1.1 9 tnousnuu uiiiea, r Not one of tho mon, all or whom wore In businoas and mado monoy could even undoi'Btaud the working of tho rule, inucli less work examples bv it, and yot it was.expeclou that nlnn-vear old boy should 110 to tf blackboard and do every sum off hand. Detroit Free Press. greedy hands, soon roused the people into rcbollion, and lliey commenced their glorious and lengthened war against tho far greater resources of tho renowned Pasha. The latter, by means ot tho 'duplicity of which he wa such a consummate master, uad - 1 T.... ,!!. nMA nf t Iwi QL w " - - . . I QUI. I.ipuil iUlHIIU UUB w uiw mi raigned to have Charlo kopt at his iot0 heads of houses, into hi powor, place for cxhibitton. ; land then laid siege to the town ol r - I I .. r 1 J L I. ..!! ...... Onu. uoonneuyoreu oy unuos 10 jii duce Tzavclia to turn traitor. Cun ning hero met 111s matcn tne oratty Suliote pretended compliance, and oven left his own son, Foto, in All Pasha' bands as a hostage. He ro- tnrnod to Suli under protenso ofbo trayin the town, but 110 sooner had ha arrivod than he sout a letter of do- .The Courier' nblo young man ha flanee to the Pasha. All then ns- had a revelation in -mathematics sailed the town, and it wa here that which overturns all accepted thory tho heroism of the Albanian women ind praellce, nt loaBtas far a the cal-1 became o tonsplcuoui. . Mosko, the culhlioii ot percentage is concerned, wire of Tzavella, and motiior or foto, ia,'coucerued. . His plan i to inpppse ahowed prodigies of valor during the some other number than tne pritiuir siogo. : oho; broke open -some cart pal, find the dlfferenco between the ridge-boxea with a batohot, aud thon two, and men calcinate wuat percont- loadod Uiom on in oiner women, anu age Ihnt-difl'orcuco is of tho supposed rushing into the trenches, dlstribn numbor. Business mon will dopbtless ted them among , the Suliotes. All ba struck with this brilliant Idoa, and inroatened to roast alive her ton Foto adopt it at once. They, have been hut sho replied Bho was young, and tollowiug ino oin 10'y piain 01 caicu- could have oilier- cniinren ; aim tnn laiing percentage ou the actual cost she would cat a bit of the roastod of a thiug, but the now discovery has flesh of her ton rather than betray tno important advantage of enabling her country. Blackwood's Maqa- thciu to suppose any Bum they please, zine and thus make any showing 01 pront or loss that will best suit their pur- nose r .... ... .. ... , The auio mniuemnncian maKus a practical aimlioation of his inven lion, ltolorriiig 10 me inot mat ne addod fifty pounds to the difl'eiciico in the weiiflit or the Llncaro norsos, (hits fictitiously increasing the 150 pounds to 20U, he say A Memphis clergyman take the nnsltion that there is a futuro stolo for all beasts eft,ho fleltl and fowl of tho air . . ...j Kentucky Uormocs-, . . (Catlottsburg Domoorat,) ;. About' a year ago a Mormon mi- sionary wont up to the Uig bandy, i,,oinrl r tho Cnni.ir-i.'a error in mid besrau his labors 111 tno atiioini nir nfui.riiini th rvmuloi-iiii lim-aoa hninu- nniiiitioa of Lawrence and Johnson. 31 Ji per cent., iLwas but 25 percont., Of course, thoie who listened to.hi a (inieience 01 itivy younus 111 iwu 1 ieuiu.i(;a n. ...... .... ..- Lin. , irn.1 ' neonlo 111 tho world are more hbove Tho lightning calculator' docsn t such degradation man tno respectaoie stop to tell us where ho got the iOU. citizens 01 - tne. naitieu uouuuee. Hn in 01 1 lint na wall nave raised tno rue ro Bcems 10 iihvu uocu ouiuu r...... 150 pounds lo 300 lnwhlcli case, ac- of organization formed at once, but 01 cording to hi now rulo, he would 110 considerable Importance, and mat havo added only fifty por cent, to the tors dragged along until last summer. truo weight f And ho actualiv pa- wnon mo peculiar 1011ms iuu mn rsdei his calculation dsa."corroction" popular fancy, and many sainta and ol tho Journal's figures I- .salutosscs were adtled to tho.chureh. "Vou innko at least one nuiidrea - lliey gaiiierou iubuoioi- in unw per voni. on Ihcso pencils," said a ou- rence county, upon Goorgo s Creok, tumor. , wpicn is unii.v-ouu i ..uu. 'No such thingl" oxclnlmod Iho (Jatlottsburg. iho colony at present ra'o shopkoepur. "Ibuy 'em fen-aloonlniiis atiput (ll'ty persons.a fow aro. cent opicco and BcH'omfor two cents scattered along tho udge of Johnson npinco, so 1 only make 0110 por cent." county, and nearly uu ui iruiiuivui.- Tho Cottrior' young man concludes tuckluns.' Two missionaries, young hi startling display of mathematical preacher from Salt Lake City, aro groins with the following sentence: thero now, preaching tho genuine There was to bo but a difference of rollgion ana mnking converts. ; '. five pounds, whereas it was (100 Aunt!- Thoro may bo a vagno intention on rCfl, . - tho part ol the saints to emigrate lo I this only an illustration of the Utah at some timo in tho distant fit force of habit? or is it another caso of ture; but thoy havo a yot mado no i!, imv voliri. fliuHnir im Imrl awot'n such Intontiuii known, and seem con- that a horse was eixtoon foot high, do- tout to remain among tho foot-hills of tcruiiiiod tostioKto.it? I the ijumuomnu mountains He Didn't Believe in Tele- ; ;., . phones- ;,. Detrojt Frcn Prose.' '; ' "You've got a telephone hero, havn't you? asked a citizen ns ho yestarday entered an oflico on Griawold street in a eetning great hurry. . , :; Yob, was the reply. .. . j . AV oil. 1 never believed in 'em to any great excent. bnt I want to order some coal from a yard np tho river. .' The owner of the olhco proceeded to 'call,' and wheu he got the coal dealers ho said: . , ' , Mr. Blank is hero and lie want to know if you tny Boft coa' " Yes .500 tons, was the answer. ',. ..- Well, hj wants you to send hiin up a ton. '' '.' ' . ' We'll seo hint Wowed first!' ; Ho has owed uk a bill Jor over two years. miii muttcrod the man as he stop ped back.' '" ' i Hid the say they'd send itf abkod the other. 1 . i.'N e, 'not exactly1. -What did thev say? ' , 1 I didn't cstch it yry wcllv i Let me repeat. Picking up. the , trumpet again he stood with it to hi car: and asked; v ' . Did yon say you'd Rend it? ' ;' Not by a biame Biglttl'oauio tho r'c aoonstj. . . 1 f .. . . !-e..l Wll, asked me man, rb a pauuui bauxg ensued. ' ' - Well, (replied tno operator, tnis nne isn't' working very well this morning', and you'd better go to tho oflieo four doors below. Tho dealers aecm to mo we'll onouuh. but I don't got hold of their answer plainly. The other instrument i probably working all rii'llt. ' But I shan't bother any one clso'. growled the mun. As 1 said bofjro. never did believe in 'em to r,ny great extent- and now I've lost what . little laith 1. had. Much , obliged-rgood day.,.. - .11 biseai' had been at the irmnpci his faith would havo been as big as mountain.' '''".' - , 'j ." Once upou a lime, tho initio with out havlnu received an invitation, al tended a convention, of animals that wa oaJlcl.for tho purpose of discuss tho host method' of ,lnmily govern montt -r t. . what no vou Kttow aoout an-tins asked iho president tauHiiglv; have you ever raised any cniuired f Tho miilo wcpi. . - , Ah. tro.'-slin said :' I have never raised anvthlnff but fnll-gl'oWn- men but. land of tho l'llirtiihsl yon should soo how I ralsod them, you should see mo raise a man that weighs as'ntich as David Davis. . , . ' Upon a rising vote tho inplo wa immediately olectod .Financial Secre tary, with power lo send for persons aua papoi's. iiuruotie. . ., ' ; 1 '- Hartford Cotirnntl Deadwood, said tho stranger ntittlno: down his half dnlon slice I11111011 nio and -takinir a I0112 pull at the milk, I weut thero when tho first rush was made for thfS'hills. Ilather a roua-h crowd the first lot. you bet more wholesome now. ."; When 1 got there 1 was dead broke didn't havo .a- dollar, didn't have a revolver, wmcii a man II often iioail out thero worae than a meal' vlllals. 1 wa probably the only man iu tho Hills who didu'i carrya'liroarm, Bud I was 6ome lone some, 1 toll you. Tho ouly weapon I hod I'm a blacksmith was a rasp a heavy illo, yon know, 'bout clgh teen incnes. Ion'', Which I came down my back, tho. handle in caay reach lust below mv coat collar. Un derstand? Like iho Arkansaw man cai-l'lcs his bowie knifo. I am not ex acllv a temperate mnn. " I' just don ink nn' don't moddio wun any oin er man's di'lnklif mats , an. uuo av hodn't been in Deadwood mor lian a week I was sitt ulna s'loon onlv place a man can set to have any sociotv when a fellow 'como iu, a regular liusicT, Willi ins can inn aim ; quart over. . nod arevoiver on eann sido of hisbelt an' lookin vicious. Nothln moan about him,' thoutth, Askt me to rli'ln k. ' Not any, thank on. ez I. Nntdi'iuk with mol Mel Bill Foathm'gilll When I ask a tender loot to drink'I expect him to prance iaht tip no no monkey-in 1 - 1011 hear met ' '- AVcll when his hand went down for in revolver. 1 w uioncti. out mv uiu file quicker'n flro'ud scorch a' feather an' swippod him 0110 right across the fnc. When -lio roll 1 thought I d killed' him,' an' tlio s'lonn filin' up with bummer ranrtur skliinod out hot knowiu' what might happen nrty soon a chap in a rod shu t came uu to me. ber.de. ion ine ninnns. kc-arved mn reamerym r uo, ci so be as von are, ef vur don't wai 1 ev'i y man in tho'IIill to climb you, clou t you try to hide yourself tho boy, is nakin' tin- vou now, . It struck mo that my friend had tho ideo, so 1 waltzed back and went up itml .Invvii before lhat s'lnOn for nitflit thrnn hours. I'd found out that Bill wasn't dead an' wits bnd medicine, hut il wouldn't do to let down. Purly soon Iseotny man h-honditi'j for me. His face had been patched j bp until it looked like tho closini out i display ofa dry-goods store. . Thorn wa so little coijnienntico exposed that. I couldn't guess what he was a-aiming' at, aol brought, my hand back of my collar au' grabbed my (lie. : " Hold on thero, thoro : hold on, oz ho 'sflmino y'r" hand, rm friendly; Court, and Jndu'O ofElections had da rided the evening before the .olcclloij day tliatlhev would abide by niat .lpeiainn t.nvoi-nor wasltourn, inn coulcstanlB brother, and tha latter b book-keeper. Hall, arq said to uoaon. , vicled of briborv, and it will be hold tliat W. D Washburn must have been privy lo it. This is but one of a num bor of pieces of loslhrlohon which the aub cominittco lm9e thoiP fiildiilg,' Tuo new rules of ,tho liouso nio still pending.' Closing tho open no bajo in Committoo of tho whole did. not bring an early disposition of thd subject ns was supposed, nun um Imvn hoen indications that the Wholo revision would finally be dcfontod' dri account of somo of. the amen dniQiits. Tho greatest danger has frown out of die contest between tho Appropri ations Committee and some of the other less important 0110s. Tbe uflrst named committee oosnes v ic m the powor it has always'liad, whtlo four of five others are fighting' lot greator linporuitico Uy securing a tli ot.ini, n'ml rlUii-ibuiloii of Iho bills ap propriating monor. Th .'older and wiser member, like speaker Randall and General Gai'fiCld,, opposO Iho change, but hy, combiiiing mo strength wid iiilliience ot inese uiuo , unimporlant cotiiinniccs agams ino. Appropriation uommiuro tney unvo coma very .near, doing icoiuinrrioio dnlnago: Any . one experienced in legislation will seo ht a glance that the effect of distributing 'tho. control of Ihe npproprialioils :iucronfO ino dniii of rnirln iinnn Iho Treasury.' , . .ui .1.. il,l,rt and it win ue iionccu uiai .up ii is unanimous for Iho change A110111 cr tliiue that .threatened to aid in do- luating tho fovisipn was.llio attotnpt ol ,tlio Republicans to amend ifo rules sp lis to prohibit nttnchiug t'l dcr(, containing political leglslnlion,' to appropriation bills. . A few Dcili ocral look a position in favor of llioi-f ft nendmunts at first, and Ihinir looked a Utile squally, but after Iho spoech of Frank Hind, who showed those ;iomorrata. how much thoy wcro Indebted to this privtlego for (be legilatioii in frtvbl' of Coiistiln liojinl liberty lilrendy obtaineiV, they woro not so ready to piay into 1110 ha'nds of tho radicals, ; As 1 indicated three month age), Iho courtesy ot tho Senalo.is .strained to the utmost iu tho report of tho Sennto comihilloo on the Ingalls caso. It find that bribery iid eorrnjil tneans' were ctnploved by (bo friends nf Ingalls lo secure hiscloclioii fo tho Seliafn, but that' thefo frionds were acting in the most disinterested wnV on their Own hook, so to speak, ami that poor ' Ingalls knew nothing of the crime-committed in his liamn nod ror lis aiivaniago. 1110 miuum- I'vo got nothln' agin you, not a Hung, tM t,oeg ot snv wmt t minks of Ihe but you'll pardon -my curiosity ,.01.nl,lt proposition made by General whrrt sortof a d d weapon: win.tlnt, mMa ,0 (.Jovor'uor Anthony. But Btraiigci.? , ' t A Compiiment to Dentia.1 J, Of 'all profcssionirt men,. ilent.it.tK should bo the neatest,, ami and as; a perhaps, Senators genrrallyr Ihlnk thai In mallei's oHhis kind it is belief to lot bvgnnc bo bygones. Possibly tnanv of Ihems know tho obsl.tcloa aoniPtimc lo be encounlorvd in obi tiiining a re-election, find recall (no means .resorted (0 in their own raaCa. Tho first slop toward such a result aa 1 .1 .. ri,... a. lenaim baa boon rosclied was in (ho delay of J,rZtUmmmuMi had ample limn glateftil. rofresh.ng, delightful nioma ( W0Vat evidence aaist him. whilcworking about the organ ol TM )U ,.,,,, ,v(1. hm,ght and smoll, should wet their hands in Dr. p,,,. f01. with Jay Goiild'a ninnev, Prico's Floral Riches. Ils fragrance ( ih(lii0 wm yxwvf most about' it Rlill is not onlv as pleasant as can be iuia-, jmvo 0, loubt. r v gined, but de'cideclly stimulating. ' - j " -' ; Vt 1 ko.no.