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II 1 M r H4 iWt - vfeSl Sl- WiPW fete 4 lyy11 Fwfy3ffTysflWQ3r tW j p o n THE NEWS J I - liwW MS a UAIJILUIK 5 1 1 b if it am CLovEipdfT rnorntr Ton Kentucky SUDS0RIPTIO1T MUOES Per year 4180 75 Fix limntl A 40 flirt month Onecopj oho year free for ctubiiftciiubcrl1cr 4r5ubicrlptloiu iuut bo paid In ndranco ftT 1 s y 4 THE BBECKESfRlME BRsegrTricsa rttiiuj F5pnlnXC r - tnwcwr mrM Uk l nvy C X7 ffft PHESH GOODS Fancy Grocoriof Tropical Fruits 1 S3Cm -- pA IinlapcncUni ify all things Nutralin nothing Jriiici pies -- not plivty Men not twailubUlttf Hn ANNOUNCEMENTS VOL III for county WOlce miiI continuing Iho amo until After the election Three Dollar In advi im forcicfi can I ClOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY aaaaalJHaBiaHaiaiaaBiiHiMBaSMNawnaaaiHMMaaiBMaaH MBu Mr tutmrjfj Kir anuminctnjr candidate 218 111- - WJ 7 -- f Notions and Novelties Books and Stationory WallPapsr and Window Shades rjhroiwos and Frames THE NEW MAGDALEN Xelther do I nimhuiu Ihcti sin ihj more Go ami Mr T S ttith HICK It uf tlrcclitMidgc county 1878 tB Wc nro atioTlV anVytttic K KENAN an ntri41Jl FOR ASSESSOR Jivnn is no longpr ennncoted this impcr All eoiifiminicnlioiis GrabfcldersjSeconu JK ma lit Speech L0V0 and Madness 1 fcj awepping u a X Vhm r r rswi iN9-2Ik Croquet Sets Papers and Maflazlhosr bowi lls if v MgX had soiliC den of hi h f D BABBAGEi tnlttuien uhJ ieitiitcitttitriH filiuutil ho niUliCSMHl tu if Jlrrrhrityf Weill well me uri rfl L PAT Aagnit election Wo pioj fllll iniilml1 fltul met awin Smllnl jtroplpd iiiili iiniii tliotrcct lilt form ntiil fiico It pcnicil to mc In 1k nyrlnnit niut lntotrr inpct H Htmkp ninl tmtk mv Imnit In liiw oonM not Ami rppil it vrliv fm V S v 4F kJtv ar U Tv t lLt iliko L If Ufa 1 fair Hi WmSl MS jBn roeken - jLH Jiitiiiii a UMJ 1c9 0J I HV UtaliBW m rnBfcjfciik V r WWEi rSr tt 1 h m I w aT v r J Vr SS T I lit owr M nil x M litiVo liccn ililHH0iI Ot in fiuumon i mo reguhir iipproprintioil bills tho most im thoso wnfincct hy the cxitrefsinn of The net romonctizing portnut ones were tint Tent in ei Thoso Ho live unholy Jica silver tho net allowing criminals in tlio yo positive nil imprcM of Kuilt upon Imve lii pil lMMievniiMim true United Statescnurts to tPSIify ill thpir own their ffiUiuen tlmt it a a wonder the inno yW nr auiharliiil M waiionaro K 0 a I lUtcnci nnd r foit OWKN n candidate for Asmwihi if llrcck bclinlf the net providing n new form or Wo meet cent nre ever imposed upon utUa county with J II MOOKilAN tu ITp nnrn mo nnw nmf rimXplpst govcrninenl for thy Distriet of Columbin with men nuil women lioth whose j ooilnets Avjmly Agtit election 1878 Your vote All tlmt wn ili nr to me iuKfo tlio Pacific lnllrotiil Funding bill tho act nnd InlmemM avtpcitfutly folic1td shiites in ocry lineament of their fuccx Tlioy cnll trtowitninn of tti thwn- forbidding tfiu furtiier rclirctncnt of legnl LWhfcti vctnrc into the fuee uf n noble tuuii l Vim Miniil1 1ip lil fiiillifiil vlfp fift t FOR COUNTY CLERK u w not tnc xnnpo ui me r tender noles These nre really all tlio im p lipt leu or noiniui it Up p1uiii me tlmp T ltnow tV We arc nutliwUoK to4iinuunra It 8 llpfiiro 1 ilrnlilf JIip pun of irrlpf porlnnt public nets that Congress passed turcK thntWt really kee imrjet the lint of PULLMAN MttcniidldaiVfyt Colntv Cuhk niH upon trtP nnw In lal session 1H7V hue 01 tliu lip or thu biil the elieeltho f Urcckcnrl Igo county Aueut election The cownnl nml tho thief our Soto mill lufluinco rypi ntiully jollcitcd liniice of the eye It i tlie nnuioloM oniC It is remunerative labor not gold sliver tiling tthieh ouimate fill tltoi e and leased or boiyLv111 lanVolmliPRCiiprnl vtelfafo Hr livp nnil inovrSin oiroln tvlipr W nro autiWIioJ to announce JUIKS fSfrEVKIIS triitho iiwtincfc Vifeiuioorjjrntofiil fiuciiin and imppliicsi of inuiiKiii t nml enables n CTuiiidufo ilrvtot My- Ojrcv 7 I iti j jiiii nilllin woiitn uiptvonn cnnunnniis viixuuu wn vi WII jjrcicjifi ijcuuiiiy t tion There is nii itideheiihuhlu emhodi thoin without deprivation or distress to frp liis iinirrroin linnic Pnn uibiit of 11 henrtfelt nooduws within which pay fuses duties iinmsls and excises to a ui ICOCXTTcandidateortorro tlcctiou to Hi Hp IovpiI nipj nml it ivn Up nii CIKRK office of irtcckcuriiigo miuiy whin your rVpird in npito of evtormtl n pay public and private debts to provide Hip liriPHt motnpiil nf mv liftt Aaut election S7 IIDttji I JOLLY It is impossible not lolme thq Hut now Im xenrtip Uppiuto rmrcnllel penrniins itniplo sustenance und comfortable homes His womnn not his wifp pure and good They steal tliguwiu jd for families schools for children librarieH FOR JAILER T nileujly to our heuttri nml luino the teudriU and public lmlls for ciitertiiiuiiients uml T irWe nro uutborltcil to nnnmuicc JAUKS Ip wronpprl mp nniliJlhiflTjitTftPjiiiil or W UAMtTON u a tamUilntd Tur of thqir lavis so closely uhout tin It rc churches for all Exchange of commodi Â¬ T fnlil fn Inviticlf lnPthrPnt August clcitiui 1HW Itrvckvuriilge iimnty iiirert a uunnl cournjro to do riht nt nil Mnv liefer livp tfjfknnw thfflBhninP ties is nn essential attribute of civilixulioii Vnur iritiu mid luflncucv ricjuttfulljulkctl Up knw thorp The times and timlcr nHeirciimstnitcls a power that gives life and motion to its TliniilJip 3nrull li nnliuiiilrpd years fear of bcinpercdntand wixpeeled eniise ti Wc nro mMWrisol to nniwunce 8AM phjsieul fortes its industries nnd eoiiimcr LTKI C IIUYASAm utlllte for Ami ronmnlmnf I iloTnnt enre einl iiilntions so indispeiisiblo to the gen- Â¬ ninny to KunstiuV ho nould otherwitolie vltrtofU iirldgo ftuMty August vkctlour ItGtt On Inml nr sea tvnkp nrHcew Voirrvoto anil In l jfvi kitilly lklCJ bin melees lit os itis no double to be inno- Â¬ eral welfare and happiness i uinnkiitd mil fj iv ii vvipili cent when we hne neer Ijcpii tempted to VHIV nm dwirlEiil h 1ltliJlhr 0 r ieri7 v w vnTinii wniniiiiAiAiiv 111111 unit The Candidates fur him die had cooked for him washed for be otherwise Ti Mnn CoriiirtipV whv nht iinplnrc in short she had done everything in dcrthm 1818 enrlJguounty iit The great Irnveling me Mil KniTon ivp fo T nSiAlnpriir tin power of woman to do for num nud Men all Devils Women all Anncls eandltialiH viith its side show nngcrio lSlV aru atIiorlNto announeo S It HmI Iiam in in no more And what is thu cause 7 I nTimit ofnml Llinii its eliKtiicuoo and pa- this is my reward HONH im m ciuJIitats fur JitfKii W llrecfcuai woifliiUipil Iu KuiToiir- - 1 peicciiewjiirpupereur TV wnfiinnd hMe vvhnt U the eauso of this trouble 1 A shrill county Au int clittiwnNhlS Jtliofl Ims left 11 pleasing dreiiiu for futuro Tlmt imiknarmr Yrr n wrefphcil cpnn ulid 11111111 is filled uiii liu mil km froni fcuine fiendish umnineal laugh rung out on the I he number of candidates KrVe arc autboriwl lo numniueoT fv JVtc Ol will POrUiJl wntnnn 80 night nir women sereniucd nud men turned rurneinbnviice of jailer jlemoivstraes tiiti wo of the weaker wx who are nspinintii tor WALLS a aauiiiUJilofohJillJtaoC HmJicnV Ofil whr forjrlvewiiihiijf all the swiftness of tlie ante Â¬ tor the ollieo very huniaiiu people or unit With imle ujujC vjvetiijfi 1878 Viui literary tiime nnd who with In sec tiem rlittfii t ounty lope she bounded forwurd clutching the nro either n totujLuJ iullucncw LuiUyollclfl trimmings are peculiarly lucrative rcUVs in prhil nbout ioor mnnti drinking 1 Anrcinft trointo vnlvijinrpli arm of Mr Charlie Wellington until hu the s The number who nro nimble to maintain VippI with von JnVolpinii urnvrr nnd other finillici coupled lulli hiiuontir Hro ore nuAoritcl to jmniMinreiVlIN And gtoiincd nlnud with pain jCiV lint by4 the unless the dear people do bit T 1UIi1LTT a if fiiii1lilite for timely aid uf friends he wns soon released their families And nk OimIV nnrdnn for nindif by electing them is mournfully large Such eounty AujriiKt ctcctlUj 1878 pnrn nip nut of there turns lor tin lHioi- women mid einliircu llrcvkciirliljje wimM Tor Hut shojlid not stop here with another wild chronic disorder nro truly lunieiituhlu They heom tiniblo to occupy their tulciitH lKDX- Wtf no atal1iorUvridilitmneo lint If tliP thinf of virtue f Gcrcnin she flew pnst Ihem grnsping the My friend Nicholas looktfirried nnd HphiiIp 1i Muter Vvc dnulit AKIl KtDKlt nii a cniiilliVujfclor JULKn f onnny other tubjoet lerhapa their 111 in of Jiiincs Tnylor While Iho poor out or humor II lie popuiur meo e hivy AustwlTploction 1878 irtPKckcnriJijo ciuuty fellow tried to tenr himself away but iu the lTvonld he flncnvinx ew ety to catch one f theve deils o tibsoiba with any to him relrcs in To come- and drnc njojout uttempt only lost his coat she iiutde an not burdened balm fur His Wtdntwuui look Tirl urn nciiSjitli ittffilVijSIcliimy J All- their souks they- - ciiu wiilcOu uotliiii cIjsp reviving 1 other leap seiiuiig his suspenders but he hnd changed into ono of dthiU und loor Juliit iu ik t Drcvkonrtilifc hi Their liid S mu too full of the devil Tliib to prri threw himself forward with the strength of was IoJm at rtSNCwut tin Jon mi Tu hnmnn llip euntrniy rcuiurc mo His opponent Bouvd itiiiirui nd trcrit flnfSijsd ia ilyillP UI MNII soii of men heiii nil dctils mid womiii a wild man Miiipping the straps and leap seemed to appear ns if nil ro r in wovmu wl1 wlipfV t iwij iJSMinv nir he bounded forwurd thrqiigh A cUvtloii Irtiugdiighju 1iritu all uneli is vuru out IncM wont Mip - iJljH placid stream w i Vou1il tmpiik totiii1ded lienrts like howling finnollf ns a the gtrjctrbu nud on yelling und W nnr autUyrte d it anitTnuee DUtt fiidomi nml Skilliuati seemeilto port it StIS prniM nliyhow i t luilf bCitu Wa0Lcn like iiidil With onu long mournful wail ii u AMItlUTOV u raiibiaatc for Jiilku l mi its if nil thiniM were right Jliejjidc ilul mid thej jlioulJ nut tints eeltItiudili 0l-- nf rii-ll- iWj which MJcuied to proceed from some losl t Aiijnot clcclli11 J8iX in rciTiiiirlilxJ iniiuty ris v lefileA OiitiKolvcx To ruioIwHo p hn irt Trud 411 will iiluujsi jilitter spirit in JtAriiiPiiL Patsy Jane Mink down oliow lamcutei our tote Mini iuUiKtifo Uinal fipliciUsf ttlLxiftlLutii lflrirSilti hnil tinvlliiiiL Wd forjsite Miaviiis TSKKtSTWSWIM tlieatrce t tuteriy exiumstcjl ami a genuine iliaiiioiid fpnrMe X oEtU25feO to taken ttj IieRlimuidlijrtirrLcamlIfira HO txsmfSiiiV 11 FOR TOWN MARSHAL IT thihO nuHi novels aic particuliirlN tyitiitnc eiern iiiiu w 1 i - We itreairtiorfil1iaii1omn A IttllUT hno wnillmTwfllhotKm HU desiroiM of litelai fiiiiiOiJ Suyeet to heii let of old Pisgnh s got the thiifrcivirfiiyiiiijiSy IiiTifltiji i n ois for whnt old Tom cut bus since he last wrote A lIIEraTiiiirtnililiNrrTiiwji JltKsim- pri J U Y tproii lie poor he fniiliksH of ihidr oifitli ex will JiidiL Ii - JTo vet 1np Slim v I Ittii u txMtJyeurflllfui we will return AUatfeKcllDii IH I XJntx vito auj laSUouro Ojtoo if litlspof nature nud if it was he 1 to ilr Littlo nnirMiSi Huutiiiidoir whom paid the debt to Let hliii tuku llelij ar iibiiiiilxiit limit inl J r- im not o fjpnrn ItSJi fo our reach his biu bo Not n word he x now beyond Hut it xeems he has u we left on their tvuy home T1nn Tomon lilt nm Tn fnulvpa u old of uoiwl out of their own H2fl FOR C JUNTV SUftVEYOR Jjccii spoken between thenij each buried with him old lid if he would eoinu r Ijad n IVniOi O trtnrli llirl ho oHered pet f r f it MiiiiJrn iiiueuitiiu in nrtSAiiuiuriccti iu nniuHuiet i i liiiiiiLu ol lit Bivrit ilh thhJ i1 fiillciitiifice li iih tlu iriircsrnco 011 that seemed to be occupied with their own deeliuo wiinaitSaidltriiffitnruiairj lot ti till t6iiuly-- In c Ktn built with the rmihi ivn ad Ihutiicniua vdid lighlePhenrls lieiitAthaig dhoughls Suihlenly Iriee turnetl her dark out on tho givenbnek platform toninktf tbu ivixt ii fttnuluMtc lor le uccttmi lu iiifs oiiim ol Mh n toe ill nnllho W rV tiiiiil niglit hi1 Nctrr Novr fairphit douuiniWIio should fllriUhuig eyes iiiwii Liltfi IfcTw Omnty Mirvfvor Klcrfioif Aiiii U her pfomMin ded on tbu fiii t VWX fur thn beiHIlt of ruitli TlirolJWil in tin luMiliIililfif llintib fniFr7cB To hrviven nnriUtoJiHL i a4KSWiii tVftmti J no sale tnvv ouj nine olfer to hkiHronii IbnpHrajurtrjTiiW rtviiiuliinkQsiiisbpnirnptie nml women jriiitiiierM im injjjufu tujmiltot forixht if fcurledkiflitliflEcoru nnd Mnjwinitini m fimlcontthilthibiii JMMHBajFJWavTMtnimiw ht t4mdlLmnamltmmA2Sltmam u hVlHortv OR COUNTY ATTQRiMiiY iit fetl J AE JJwHV7r9l MMVM U WW Pur UMPUKBkTKKkmKZKBkmWBmtlE vU lit lll J 1 J HU 11111- - 11the j3SVSjirjiutliortvt t lifiriioiiiirfly1 rnrtvrrri mvoTmirrwnearn idt n uii They ruu together wc dcvilri know full well for ne jlett of iliiiv trfid urdef inlt 1 piywcnt imrriiiiiiif auil tlieir eiieels giowet wtin lllllt Utl tUlY uu huvcbeeii tampering with bodv in fiict not iuplunknice a inero kmIo ceived me greased for hint wishes u KTOXK Jr ii n iNiiuutUlc or Cut NT Attoii- - pair of milieu lact week from overheat to full or n heii trro uicn ciie igiiu rtreei oi the uUeclions of this wouiiin jou who 1 show nnd to our own coil This muiiy a poor mini nlit und arc lioth filial for it ofiJ nf theui has attires tvanflPi llul llteiowas Otieumong deemed so noble kind ami generous Ah to slide back iniu the shade of Liberty August elrctimi VKV f lrjfnrlJg ciiiiVh Hull Kill acknowledge dt is tuilv vviuni to limit such men Muuy hate found out jilentj tif inniiey unit pay M fine the ilhcr tho number whose quiet leierve nnd dig- man licklu 188 VluWolutnl ilrllm nw kfllilly iiolittkil Co tot AinHlXAVVor cvorythin mini why is your mituru so the people of the fight juitliri good man In cterr repoet U poor nml nified nir ut once showed her to be of VWoroiilIiiiritiiaiiniiiiiwiKOHr die old Miyiu that women me angels in tmilili In Old whj dojou taku plcnuro in ui Jonas to deprive would diffuse tho hellish ou wnnTiiH the linVofVKiteliPii wnrrs pay j he j Am IkJhII ami liipiidatcs different disposition to the lent Shu was they tlVMMKItS a iitauillilalMMCoLViV Attiiii wrecking the lives of ihoso mi fur benenth and intelligence would sow liroudcnst over ejall room raintri in tlio ohuieh and III lluo ufSJim tier Hay Now tlio exlrt room lull dark ainl beautiful she was lady of KVoi Jlrc cliuriijtiiunl Augiut elccliun Why hone diit thev Whnts tlieliest shnpo for n vessel 1I1 vlls J 878 in the kitchen in too often me on the Hist or iitm dcflncil for hi ilju of nint pi ppoeMng face und figure nppar jou Mr Littlo htood itthniisheil nngiiish our licnighted iiiiuds Thatll nil iniy one whip shape of course nud despair slinking every limb of his iniiiily Hut till room In never been iifeil prtiionerii her wilt The placid and wiining llarucs was here Iv7eciully sor when the cook leaves mid lit fir till piirHNu atnee the jail tn billltj imeJi eutly not pvtst fivu nnd twpntv K K fttVe uro auttinriiuiltiil announce W winning hlic fin m Stepping out before her he un toice wiis mwl musieal ui upside it tH8 nnu eauiliiKitetoiJisiolcetiiili to tlie Olixer P Mntiinjily is a candidate for gut ttlioit woids and Miur looks till he res men hito been coiilluid In ixll or In the hell iseenied tho inearimtion andgeiitleneis nnd dressed her with a voice litudcy with etuo hut ho neciueil that ho had got aiuMvitini of iluvvn ami was Hiuuiuiiug uhth ofntt of County Attorney Auunt eloctioii udjiilnin thereto with thu feloim of nil Miss lliiiiiiugdou lliiukwluit wns oosctireu oy Coxstmiik in the Clnerpoil District Mr ttrrrtlH uuother Let them excrciso their to rot in nith or bo covered with vermin nnd be womanly grace her quiet ami gentle man tiou nreIriee 1878 paying think hcfoie it is too late His iiiiiuinl good humor j 011 innuto feeiing llmt perhnps hisrice wns Mntiiiiisly is n rctddput of our town and talciits 011 the subject of Im hioii to which fureedto emluiu thvruclely of 111011 tbuy dejpiiiu neis made oery HP long to kneel nud win 1 implore jou With a look of deliauce she the tlmt his hour was near nt bund Ho Â¬ Hut theie wns some FOR COUNTY JUDGE llitVuurc now juch hlavcs nnd which they a iiiucu at ytm uiiu 1 uniieiuu room tpeciuliy ship nt her iluiiie waved him liside Nof we havu been friends run we wilt him n henrty wipport ha ISO Wo nre aiitltorue VJo nnnuuce N SIM Intended Tor liceu thing iu the depth of IIumj dnil eyes tlmt the bloody shirt uf putty niiXrunuiug to Mich extremes as to bank occupied nml their receptiontho ninny fiimlly the future wo will meet ns wished to raise iu time past tn diyhy MKULKIt a a cjiulllilcNjr CoiXTV Jtiiiit of Juilcrs almost inuifcwio liirgd their Into aduiiia ncqiuiiiitunces iunothing tlmt ho waa the democratic nominee Not tnoie It was thus relying on his own meiils tho capable man Â¬ iinliced in riii iiiiiny of their IiiisIiuiiiIh Many otToitr exchanges have Their polo Now when I nm Jailer of this eon ty I will lion and lung to hide yotuself fi nm her llrevkcnrlile Iumity AugHt vleitlou 1878 thej parted uml ihctr friendship which furnlth that rtaun rc peetnbly und liie it for It senicliing glance She was Kind nud titraVO Wi are uutliorizeitHu uuouiico A AltON iratifviny paragraphs Tiik Drw Diior is nniV priueoscs ptubacks trimmingsde ner in which he had heretofore filled tho Yet she they hud deemed lusting us eternity wns olliee he wished to raise that banner which JHKriSKIt if lajjiliJalu IKCot tv Icikjk nf aupil from this ollieo for Tiic K erett Litera will tVitili iniiterial for their pens to their original mriiB only Fifthly excry cHi cn ble to nil Ink intimate with none lhtt sifeli is life almost extinct of Jlicikeuridja enmity shall Imve liioriiI 1878 Ircckcurlilo ooiutty AuiiiKulectluii hud ono friend in whom she confided to has so dainnged our county by electing iu OkXTIK HllKKZK hrnrtl content Mind your tvay first Irge of iIhIUii the jail nt ntty llnio if it be ut certain extint John II Little wns her ry Society of this place compolent olllceis limes uru changed TrUeareaiitlirijcotpuiirounceMIlTON into my iutody and If thuy do not find tiiat nml UJjs set un exnuide Let not tlio put I hnvo fiilllllctl my promIu Iu every They hud met nbout two para be Â¬ IOAUl ait eiiudldiitc iWCorTV Juni of pnrtb ulnr friend Thero is hut onu ptissago in tho Holj my fuseieating friund nud jou will find tho Last week Mr Uobert Patterson killpd call thl Kettle blnck fore lilt opening of mysloiyi met us stranIlewleyville precinct pretty Stony Hrtkeurlilge oiunty AyxuVielectioii 1878 with regard to cle inline ni theciiernl mini Serlidurcs that yields nnj eneounigement lo Young Stone wus huie nnd slaked his an owl measuring four feet six nudnlmf ungeU are mighty nnxinim to ncmcut of tliejnilanil it nciiij iiitri they have gers but it was not muiiy mouths ere u Yet Let him that is ilthj cluiins on the ground of eupaeily and worth between them ctroug the tobacco user friendship spring up to dereliction nnd I will re FOR SHERIFF inches from tip to tip of wins nnd tun entrap W of thoedeiln Never sntisfietl only nt point nut thupntu the thought lusting ns eternity bo filthy still tu twice ami liuud Joey the and ns they which nre the only truo ones upon which V irWe nro nutlioriScd M nnnoiinco I S inched from point of beak to end till they V They do not grow kucc high troiibla of Unit ami nil indictment Now There wns a nvfiiwirss of disposition a eon to hidieit our Kiillriiges being u atiiiugcrliti ItltIlAIUlSUN auraiirljuiu furSMKiiirK of feet three cillMii u few more word and I in geiiinlity of spiiit which scmiicd to druw Ynsl nnd iucreiiMng numbers of theeon iniule triemls fust uml will curry this ino of tail till they begin to piimp lix paint and leltow MOOHMAN llreikenridge eounty nitlfVt 1I0110 What I hno ail uLnut till ppccial them toward each other but 111 thero Ktitueuts of our Jovoruiuput me for mint cinet 1 risk nothing iu eaying Au tmlJOIIN AIKXANUKJturiJienutlQt Mutch to Akiiuto one Setting their traps riMiin for a tcrtaliicla of prisoner I have ad Â¬ Styllftlt cut uhiKMcutH for 1 all linen had been no woiih of love imot between of cmploj mtolvetlim 1H78 My young friend Hob I wouldnot forget incut unable to puy tlieir taxes every ciAncr nnd their nouIs peterfiJitii vocated front tho Lcjjmiiiij- - of tills caiivii fiiendship whs pniely pin career Wo nro nuthuriicil to niuiouiiro C 0 duck scuts with pearl buttons SliO neat at iliu bleu I original with inc fi r tho hut few them Their friemlhhip was the word Miss Individuals corporations ami municipali- Â¬ Ho seems to persist 1iu his wild he Is lied till theWiececd Yesl If in inborn a u euuiiiiiu for buKiim if VTKYMETH it Justieo demands tlint should itj-week I am told Mr Stone hn Lecu lining tho tunic by until by W K HujloMt louistille Itrv kruritlKu eoiintr wittfA M liE l Kit- Snw 1 wnUil nsk who hnd the first fiinioarguuicnt in miiiportiif hlscluliu whether liice Huutiugilou hud declared herMdf thu ties uru unable to pnj- tlieir obligations iiinu of tnlent and a good speaker liml is iAUurryrixui NUTTKaua utolon inv iliiinder or whothiT thu friend of Mr Little She nsked him to 10 Yet the ndmiuUlitilorsof our Government well caleiilnteil to do good service in tho Me8rii Ilnnry 0 lluiids nml Chniles histeadinie Majesty but mother ho Im - Aniruit Ilccllnii 1878 He inliwriued ns that Idea hit dawned Ill tno jcmiijc at once f am gard her in the light of a tine friend nol under thu gujsu and in the name of fairnoos cause ot his Master duly authorized to collect Moorman nro okl father Adam uiuihlo to ty t llehtnin duo sjmctlme utriko the weak tvJiliiiiigultuehnient common with vhltl4fe V l he did not intend to leave prroi aing 1ml ami honor despotically cndcntoi- to govern wishrd FOR CONSTABLE dues to the UiuifKiMiiiKn Nkws ollieo When he planet Neptune wa foundes burn friend to titial u man friend LtP0 111l is theio not oitno of the tuoiiicnatoitcP Ii tho olliee lo nsist him in supporting fuWe uro uutliorUud to nniiuiinei OAK ni ino and time wns iho force of her 6 aft lel tin- - iiotieft If tome of theso noor iiKcovcrcit nu men orciirruti Knhiud mine other SuchMich he ml mil til her chiiruiMertqiciik nnd couliol the will of our people that our his fniuilj- - His biethien it Mems nro fn another eoluniu will be Mcn - TtOII WILSON a n ItuiliJatj fur CusTuii tu tnn iitrouoiiicr th one iu Hut to fur Hut my df nr friend happiness limiletl circiilntiug medium should be con Â¬ imor puj l wuuld kVv ut home nnd attend to in Iriineo that ueh a planet must uxttt In the 0IoverMirt DWtrlct Doth more puriicohirly of John II Little Auurt election of the nppointiucnt of Mr Virgil He lies not in vvrnltli It brings teinptnlilms Vour oteinl liifliioncu kindly toUclUd I IB78 T1 ichold lfmrs instfiul K in running wcroonigdat llianniuu tlmocieli without thu wns a tobnevonist and hnd been stopping vened into millions iioio of of 1 lioso onjto to me omce 01 iii8iui vuiiiiiiiBKimit KnA V Look for thine rewnrd lierenHer kuowledgu of the other in milking calculations ing homls nnd its place supplied by fcuda whom the Lord hiveth he ehasteneth Per Thid ae se to hoye embroiling the whole with regard to tho prulmllo nizoiiud poltion id iu Silver Slur about eighteen inoutlis pul Vil Wo nro nuiltortiKl to lyinoiinco WI LI IS of the Rrcckpiivldo Circuit Court I I I Ho listie proiuiscs of despolie lords enthroned hnjis ho knuw 8 tlmt thou could ling up tnbiwco for L II Willhelm Aun 4t NO U 11 ill iu eHiiilidtqjliiTAUii In the not stand y uproar nuiho tilings tho unknown planet wliou cxItcuco they a worthy tiihtito to Mr llubliage unifvil1- family living 1878 tall Clorerpnrt Dlnlrlct AujTiiileetl and iinout tliu ctinc tiiuo they icavhed had been hoarding with ill national banks tlmt they umy compel tho templntlons of wealth might PcriMis tlieirlmsbaiiiis would voHO trust the utopping btonc lo tho futuio n Your vtu ml Inlluimekjtidly Milicltvil cougiegatious the iiiiio conclusions nnd caclipulill bed tho rr nenr the church n very quiet family con their vnssnhi to not only on from grace nnd euiiso thy theniterest AH know wluit Hiilt of hi libor The planet was ill covcrc I sisting of the two old folks two sous uml Ho knows better limn fuliiois mid honor of our llurdiusburg ufchirTJiouul aj liouic ftTitm to bo parsimonious We nro iiutliiirlxcil to niiiiomno WIL t fceuS1 thoso bonds but Mich trlhuif as iheirgreed thee so forsako not his stand nud mnke it If by a lermaii nitronuiuer vrho hnd a lino tole two duughtvars Ono of the daughter renpoiidcut TIAM It iIllUY nnnrniididiitifort0MTl limtpuil of rciuliiML nt nnrDOifrillpriiit reoiiQ nt the nrccWolniiiit luiin 111 iru fiey hnd each Mist Hetsv Junrt Ashtou etill on the briuht may dictate withiu the limils or laws mtiile nut secondary to inninmnii bin endure nil Aujiitflettiuii liiV lu tlHiCtoerHirt DUIrlet dulgiiated dlv Ide the glory of side of foity jet Jienr tm murgin wnS tho The wurld Jiok things and ftiek to the olotli WT8 Vuur vole nnd Inlliienco kindly indlcdteil The Princeton Ununer nays llov nrnnt Vvy e vndIIH v nml the dlcnvcry between Hum juw I nm pretty most conspicuous member of iho family by their friendly ptitron of all trades nnd good at nothing is n 5 J A CiiiuliiT nr Jlinon hail a little taiign- jhrTe all over tho ur thut I ma the flrfldinvurcrcr of the njl- - Patsy In no wns nut 0110 of your intelligent Eiiiowthe To the Voters of Breckenrldgo County irnoold saying tnebuineas widl tollowed This will Klatest nntlvrn of u piubifeJfOVS onld at ucd room but hitory plw uyi speaks tor Itrelf women neither was 1I10 hnudsome but the hwt week Centre College Dear 8lr Having lioeu cun- - lor burned to death Immiu Nkwh jiiivk liest The incompatibility of tlio two and It nitty lie Hint iijriilu two Kenitle hnvo lilt llreckoiirldgo county moro or leu lor he painful inlelligeiico to a largo iiumbei t0 0 c0iillfr mj nntheheir bus upon tho fiiino Idea at the tuiuo lluic 1 am imo had Ixtn when rho win not to be Tlii time honored iiisliluliou offers to callings nro as great as lire and gunpowder smiled 11U Her course tint uy hnlr vis well fivti Venr In tlio Interna of reform uvmIikI tbu of our render many of whom hnvo hetjn If bands down ton half cooked Aioked and wllllni to dirldo fulry with Mr rilouc in mnv kept her cheeks which unieleutiug Time tukejivuug men without menus hut who find they will surrlv explode thn you iismiiup jii cnlld reiiiiiptluii net ami llitf Inllcd Stute gifted und take liiv ylnrj ami wilt tnko thooUIco by your then and lenve nothing of life long fi lends of Mr CundilfwJiofnralrtiJg burnt dinner he might nppicuflohlsungel 1 bare tmiiklnjf yeiii mid iiiuijnal tnxntton null leave Ielluw eitlteu ulu heard Hint I1111 bronzed und withered vyeiooucc plump nro worthy nud desire education through eloquent divine but a corrupt nud uinnxKd yuahiti and tiiietninl tarllT lix and lialui lime was on the llardiiisburg ircuit Mr better is Jicouio on tliese ifidects lo thy my Irleml iMonu ulnlutti tothat hohim euro oflit DOboI and rosy ulid her neck which mmoucIi re thu full course fiee of all charge for tui mass of poor humanity VHiteiumy talllt by tottiiK fur Inmost LVlix Cuiidiif is a native of Hardin county of IT elect vote This tiemiiij hembles the toi tolso now once ti wiled the tion J IL W 1iiixk ulster angels and iu lunbingvAitcr tttven They nro furnished n rooni free nnd up iiuiiorui un iiwiiim truo he ought tu ntly nt liniuo ml take care if swan in grace nud beauty As for work iirrnr Tnc wa Mt PisgahJuly7H and now for furtlivr iho immediate- vieiuty of our own child wMfri be utiKid will iniiko better liusbniids lionot a ho hus noveral only hate dajuoaid to paj Ihis can he lil farm nud other bu1ne vuii she was rmely ever cquujod nnd never uiu of refiiria Itdletlng Hint all tlio miliirlitu hoodd home nnd from long ucuniiitnuee Now old PicgahHobseitutioiiliavo told occupation Hut I fe ir that Mr Stouu U nils passed Slio was skillful alike with mi obtained for less han i per week iu pii the lloutd bo rvdiieed In proortliin itmt hu will only git Oil votca In I think tiikiu CermanlowA needle washboard and scrubbing brush vn 0 families both thn county and Jiulgo J A Manny is mv - wo gite him our deep inptitby In Ihi him that theie nro devils enoug iwtu mu inMiueiinii4 01 um rou 1 that other Tote bo will hsvu tu Mwjbt bfeiniu - n draw gnmo eaiiilidate for Couilty Court exceedingly ad ullliotiiiu nothing to IXigof on hunt fur It iu thu Hlaek HUN or In thu lloeky Tho joung men pnrnded her ruperitiritj- as tlioiized to aiipoint at least two joung men Tho oats harvest is nbout overt a gfiod foxestftpiliirllti H111 uuderftnudliiK that If elected I hu I mite to a washerwoman and prnised her skill ns n Mountain yield cithor utile Ifo has seen iniiiiyVti man bo the Mono And if hu dmitgct It rejected und scainstrefts PnUy Juno had taken a very from lliceketirldgo county Any person which tin bitldcr LiwMtiKdute ull of my fee Hi tier cent io that pufi but in sin Wc menu no uumeiilcd Crops nro tery good in tliUpnrt of tho starving by un euergttV wife I will bo thu head of tha romcr Willi hit iTiiit tntier to Mr Littldt his cnmfiirtiJwus iieiiiriiig to avail iiicmsoiviS 01 iiiibiiuoi kept from WfmuJwiiH and contraction nay roiKlt Iho 11 I 11 u1 I leave my her fiitl tiiisldcrntiuiiho mttst huttilJMJM portuiiity should nt once npply to Um He county wihuhw ecritj ull that our Innuungo conveys when und lieo versa ruined by a uoaccouiXnne my friend und tqajppjlHrwcji ni too iiviu iiu ti to reduce Ibe linn failed ti kdnture tliojovlewii to ilo the nmirntintliin wo ny that Ilunrj C Hands and ClinriVa Ho has also rccii them driven fioi the tlnlin Iu your han I Imping that on tho find best seat nttabliVtho hottest biscuitm which will tnko pleiMuro iu attending to their ml Wo attended n very nice plvuiuiiLMc meet tu And If Moiiduy In lujruit you VTllI ihturuimi by jour ho was in nc way averse to and tho uieiist the Dlh a lino dinner hlid u 1 W tku people I nil ill bo tliaukful fur tbulr II Mourninn vuinpoiitQM on tlio Hreck paths of tic into thoso of virlue by nuo votuAtjjat C phnll hu the uexiliilUi A llrCuk cup of gotlVe In shot tIshe did evojthing mission I hoy nro required to bo over 14 Hanielsoii nlco crowd 9 m 1110 AUUl Jieuii11 curidgo Xe lira exemplary printein tot nrwso cwinty No woman nnd on tho otherhnnd led to in Iter limited power to iiiiiko life plrnsnnt j ears of ngo nud of good character Wo hate hut nbout 27 cundidates for IuVHIDIK JDWILSON p nn ordinary characyoung luenl In In in llvir Jnlsv I s ho liml I nut iniinv other conditions vieioiw one Nothing jailer In this county Hurmh for tho best atructiou by n taw r TT Mt MCM ludmsti ins uml 5T lote drcniviis in which klip und soiuodenily innii trengthoim a man ns iho May of n ti VOTERS OF IRECKEfiRIDQE CO ter being puuWhfulf rttlabh ite JOTHC enrvfultypeJtteifA mid in every vvny jOnoiivvouiiii e u nut in f i wqi cj irnurorliig ill tbis country tl nmount of money In eireulu- TIulNkivs A lie nest nnu irueni jioinr ISf 7rrUxiv-titi5KN8 Tr Un Ah you nro all iiirnro nuir 10 VTOiunii a- mny Tlno il irtwjltt ef Wheftfthresbing is gohijj ou in this coun Â¬ - Flr to goJd of tliuVuct 1 11111 a caiiilldiitu for Jailer I worthy of imViiiliJtlnn 111 safely amid the breakers of life been doomed to sen them lion meets Iho wunlot trade each haieim- cklwlubt twolieu guide lit IA OtM VftiHve Ihed in llreckeuridgr c ouuty lurover1 iiIbihw iu the nhilitv of otbprs tu oet whnt try mid tall Yet nflrr ull this uvnori Noth m p I ii Mr Aiwl Simrnnr brought to tho Xrvvs j niu hind him tn tlie haven of rest bad j- Wilt ytHr tUVVIJiviTiwt jouuiruii imiivtj- niInliWt l r ivrtiiit ru per ut but ivheii it in contrncUletl below n one lUuf SucceiiSlotho NKWKtn till spcons UVJ I Jfn- Yiii iriiiibl I lint lull till Lfll tilt bfllllfl III Ollieo yeweruny iwo iriau jitiiniuva ui un ing sp ruinoim us tho influence of T ttiiiu ono un in m aken ins -i IU liy llltltillff lif I i i HM irin tl Old mother Kto led father Admit by tho llnrlHisliiiV add ilntltig to rent tutor hind 1 high Peerless variety gniwn on one vine which KtJ ia c 4ltltil I0 iHl feeling 1 tiriftu ami liuvlil a familt and no imu to Iilleioved him V luted him with l il nnd thus it perl know thut it does not evist ibcn hank i yes weighed one pound nnd n half Mr Slinoim now nnd thu it commenced ol July 1KKV JtMKahTUlr I fi ul Unit ihero la nothing wron Wlninu pioniue reckless dovotbm id bin- era vilut have lsue I three demand currfltiev Mrs Any of Fort NVorh Tcxosr being bus over been nnd thus it ever will brt v nit nnkihL viiii fur rourtoto and lulln- - certainly deserve much credit lor nty ku i n i m i i Jfj IitiuJtiwrjL tjT I ci ass nml he never Knew It mil unlit It wiih l A mtmbtr nnu tvun nccisiMlnyherhuuniid t Infidelity look oxnciliiipiitiiiir Ho Had wives umko nml luisimnii August election I hnvo mid I luveuled tmeunt theeomitig titiim In ho Imlgo room tin this JlAimjWy v tini viui- - her tlireo cluhlren to ho jivor drovyjicvl t but Jinle ti iu to npure out of iu crop and ia nw over slxtv x tears old but chnruc-- few exeeptiona vvomeu ihemselvca make Uf III Aitilivlnit n rurn iiinu l i imilleiilnpitrPiiIllif will not get initeo ton all but will neo us i over onuciivoring lUVil I lliiilr itifliimipit nioi mull lKsiKiViI iWiljVnppreclitto lint It wnsl tJttlo luul escorted Pntsy Juno lo iktico in tlio iibillty not intrgritji of thoir them nud then low v kh Wuy us I enii J luivu 110 tdiiium to pre--ti- e terlstlonf hlkVMist ImtH hern over will bo potent for good high toTnpflViiit tft mvijhst paid me liw bo TpUipornnee Hull ns nsiml when no cuntumeiJ und maidenly witlidiaw their more limn I iixk you for your toieii tn bo n lieneltt to thoso nromid lilu nntl over has sa wont- nicr ajppoIntiDg iiuVjqr Master CoinmisHioti Money pluced in n usual discount depriving buiues men n v liixt Hi will ho thuHklul for them lie thoso who limy eniuo nflor liqii A long or evil us they so will So my yuung ns ii vlnlll uuu nntloiice fails as useleus lo tLi3TilSt r pmctfullr jonr liumbhi Celkw eUixeii plranls oxcrciae thy tnlonu on tho fiiillngs cr of thoVUrekenridgq Circuit Court I Mj UunttHiJWhnd herstitietaikiiLroi J useful and hoiinrnhlo lifu has cudemed hint fully rccngmzvulo responsibility of the1 tliifro whpiijEJjliltl J T KUHDHIT UBSiireil in lin fitil banks fail tu pay their placed iu soli uieii nvyn sex and icst k to n largo number of our county people uftliliio tho olliee und th vtiions duiles uiinunoihl ultli A lief findiiiglPutivy Jitutv a lout wiTflBMBSfiiiiud didhn with one k iil tender l tvllltijdlrccjly w awl Mm Kvm MWwi V will bo icim mbmcd that nmong the fiuwt proving lham yon It It I slmli littery clfort iu nit- - nuwer to H corhorulioii fall Iudi4ry ftilk M incjini Jn ihu Statu mttb Cocuiieu junisui vn iimnii if you can get iho Kkhk he Ono vegotahlus and fi nils Krovvn In our comity Vfijrii of land sold t twiTf mm JilLWlJnirK owJhorie Powroin J ver lemU tho list in tho greatest vtivi Mr Simon www 7 wo Worno ViUdtuQ tiaiky1i MUIsVm 4mp lioth Inh- - W or ud diMrei onsuo half times ws I and wll i pno of Ids blandest a miles Mt VUisoli Jnbv78 ininu tiomoj Ninety nnu mo ivr dT 73 Pkw VmhI liVtv N r 7PjlWo nro rttfufmlAo innoiiwo IHN CArfllMAN n n raudldfla Tor AtiisiH of lliwkcnrldirc county iMth TJtK WHITK IIHAD no I JOHN K MpNWltCItun Hepollci Muguit election 1878 tlid tiff I tlnio 11ml I have ftT roius 1iihtinlicr nml Proprietor liefuto you to nth for an nfflco 1 nm joiw Atnofijr tlio linwcr tint ore utven ui W rforoyounii a ciuiitiilntu fur Jlllcr of Urrckrii t tlt truo clmr rMgo county I linvcimbllrihed Jjjflrciilarfnnn ur K001 w rei Mm J I It Mi Tlitt LlromD i rio L ncjerjjf lnl p iinI r Â¬ N At vT if 4 iuui u i4lbTltnwwtvitf to-oi- Jliu trowllliin j Jilkr nsi rii 1 nin rfif rile Jillu rti rn ani - ii 1 -- vjf X nitii3n j- ti r i YK7o iin1 ituiit irn it JmiiVi cc iiieurtiimniiiiiiiiin iu us lie ouiiKiiltr nftPr- nn ndilrutoJliC pcoiCTlitltv1ildr ciuut jioiTJ Htliiiifn lAthcbhiido of Boiiie friendly fomlli emnrnceii Aw and culls me tyV TdcliI riiiioo JlSjfFlty of Iho sijtf oak heplods tie a -wnjiiyMfiUjaJoii to luiikOifi Hiiicniiiu bavii read It his weary ioy rniies his trembling liiiuds iiccci piitliijluiu vrfiHyJliit T wndirtlngil townrd lieavtnuml timnks the giver nt nil Tlie rich nud tbera would le tut niiuilve totcn inautfuL blessings for shell n Iricnil lowed cnrli camtMatt ttiVnkf In uee 1m pub poor neck my coeiety cimrt toy frieiidiJiip Dont lltntlun of till tpeecli It witf only mnKj few I 111 lottd by nil by nil embrueed let my bidil ciuileiioii sliockyouriuodesly rcinnrkjt jrertnlnlup f 0 Ib iimfcfiJalleji1 bl eonthi tuntuensLbat such isSmrlv thu ensu bi 0110 of the tno t ImiiortMiit iBCci tin ttjj or ii mnkolliiji eolifession tlmt every oilo mny TIib niau trlio fill thti be sure uf my candor nml belicvo HioMury any other utility olUio lias to oMuiuunt iifitliy cliarattcrJuj tvlikhJ am nulug to elate eunceriKuir a lnr nilnr m the atitv At tlniu he luurt La Vcena which took place ntiV a humlied IciiiciitalHlkltKl lkWlLSHtiillurlJnics kcinlirt I eiiiH ago in tlio usually tbict town ol ail 1c tcru mid ccvtfre iidrtlllnit to tlio cltaiafU r ter Star ultotit four miles from tho Ohio tlh itlitwj Sfliiii t IwiL JU re lit this little town und imiulihoriiig country of the men ninny of jlje JnjlrrJ tjil enmity lure falle jhnVrljJUetl iimny polthj inrpjrtiiiiMiaiiil imbjtclllij nil tritiirrn of nil Rrutleti tcitlTo Home women Ami to ipenk jet further in iintne ttrntiiivnl trosftnj tlieiiiunlcrer the nml tuoir belinli 1iot uloiice iimileti lijipn tiicm in tlio fiiiMinvr nfitijltns been polity of fome Tho bltjjdc jjtjijr of intcmperaiicd had been trifling offrtiKi Tlirtdutlct of tlie Jailer of lirdkvnriigo cmintyjUlleniit bevn fiillillcJ nr driven fruin heir midst and dtemperance had become the grent watchw 01 of the day tinlln to tlie lcttcvif the Liw of IhIo ywr evening in which the 111v fur ery iiiaiyearit Vlietlur I urnnj Ou of my foiiiiclltoni nre to fortunnto fl tonJunir circumstiiulpHI nm iibtntt tu relntc took llio iltttlc nnd reionlibillllcs of tlio nfTn ofir place thn iooilTeniplnrs hnil met ns wns tlie next fnir yenri T wnut yiin my fcllnu rili their wnni 011 every lirt and thinl Sntur it ui to ttt wlictliur It iliitiui nre diiihnrgel - dav in tlitVlcinpliirs hall which had beeli LmIII hero lay tlonn tle built for the Huns of Tempcruiice but hud Iiuioiiicl r gullj r I aittjou Iiriiiiiple tlmt lull 5rv1t11 my oOivinl few imIf been repniredVnd refurnished by the loo I Â¬ fortunate an to I u elected In if Tcmphirs Agfu thiuk of hat evening 1 portant tartlcuarit Tflrftly Iwill at nil a almost trcmhlcwith emotion Struugejet nf the ycir nml under nil circitnifitrinccii roiiit 1 keep the cells end hull tlem nnd free from Hit true tlmt mi thn occasion felt unusually 1 remained motion touch no Unit tlicy will lit mm II an hereto dull weighed down less for hours I iilmutt ilrendudMo stir furo like lion cajee or an oxstnll r will t my onu ffn riniit cxiniie fnnilsh Iut the time soon came when my iisiitnuee The elite of tho neighbor wns esseiitiul eu li iroucr wllli a itiiifiirtiibla iiit tf clollnto ueur nlk iiitly with hi mm cliiinjjiiij nine hood wns out Many noble young men week ro that he limy not lieretn itr twTce weie prei ent lending their iiilluenee tow aid nil t for uipntha pcrhip for a forwarding tho ititi o of Temperance fnri neurone tunrmitll be bccoiuci fniiirc of roiitnxiouniid Among others there was ijinnf whom I nil oliject or lontiiingliot lit lo tnlie Into tle oeivisiou to speiiklnhu Cotirtrooro for trial jXu irluncrnlmlt become shall Imve freiuent filthy or entered witllferiuln whllo under my llillinrd Utile ono of Kentuck s brnvest cliiire ami this uliull not tn t thu comity one sons Jle ws nlinost n elrniigcr in thishero heiirinuthc rcnutiiieinitt cut Ikfiirj iiiiiUln my lliird iripwitiou t mu m iiun iniieuuuioi hid jiijjinciiiy yearn tiou of n widitaer uitli n living wife In- When one or moio tUvjierntc ehsrnitcrs nre In dersueh cirbniustnnecrf und nceonling fl full and thciu iiiote lliiiu n f tin I fenr tif their the eustont of TAinereufi people his every hrfitkhi out It hn toon tho iiistiun foV thu word and action wns well studied well Juilor In hivo n Kuird nt tlu countyVexpeiife weighedt but ittwusnit long ere hebuill up to hilp him kivi hUirioncr Inst oir a Ull 11 reputation which wip muhl wit down of from t70 to JU for pujiu Klllrd wan pre- Â¬ but the time caniB when ihoservho had iu sented nnd the iJtateiYtfuiicii to my It fi itiMls tailed It un unlawful and the tvniwty jmf I i Nitir if lime pustbeen ktt vvuriiiest I be elvtteil ttiilcr nnd ifntuiiy time derm to gieethimwith the ynnio Wainr clvsptof myself lucMiiieteiit to keejt a lurxbir ir other the liniiil nml genial sue but on the OOn 1 dciip rnliK s 011 ncioiiiit if my lullriuitie thirt when lifmul 0 toine in eontnet with fit I hire a jrjitunl nt my mi 11 cxicno ontl not him they would op nside with a hmk of bill wlm lt the Inn liiiuful dUtrvwl depicted On evciv feature lit uniii the toniity In juiv When you iy 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life wings of tlinHvind lrcpnrntions were Ijcitig iiindo furTJotiig home Pnlsj Jane coined restless her timc betliiumcd eyes flew with nlinost the rapidity Tif lightning from one to nuuther nnd her lone with ered claw like hanil4 clutched cneli other with such lorw tlmt the nails iienclratcd thu skin and the blood trinktciltlovvn Amliil last when Mr Little offered liisarm to Miss Hiintiugdou nud thej were iussiug out Pittsy June with a wild hurrible heail Tending blood ehillhig scream spuing out before thorn nml with hands uplifted und ejes blading with excitement implored him to go no further that ho must not forsake her he hud brought her there uml he mint take her home that she hud been a slave V ll Diiriiig tho iesion of Congress whielijba just clusetl thero were inlt odtieed 002J bil and 211 Jotnt resolutions About 6500 bills were iiitrtxliiced in tho House nlone whleli Is nil fttcrngo of neatly twenty lo t Vir 11- - t opcll mrmucr ui niese tuna umiu oim 1 -- 11 Â¬ - Â¬ 111 11 11 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passed Th dewy ticks bttffn And I was Mir And you were seventeen Your wIco low and sweet Your way hair a brown j Tonr cheek tike the wild red rose That showered tta petal down Yonreyrawen like th blue speedwell With de T moistures sheen Mag When t wa And you wero soTentcea ro m j Mit m The spring wat In our hearts Margie And all Its hopes were ourst And we were children In the field Among the opening flowers Ayet Hie was like A summer day Amid the woodlands reer 1or 1 was Mag And you were serenteeu The Tears hare come and Rone Maggie With aunthlne and with shade And sllrerei lithe silken balr That oer your shoulders strayed in many a soft and way wurd tress The fairest erer seen -When I was Mag And you were seventeen Though gentle changing time Maggie Ttu touched you In his flight Your rolco has still the nld sweet tone Your eye the old lore light And years can norer nerer change The heart you Bare I ween When I was Msg And you we esereneen fr A GOOD FELLOW H B li That desiro to please every ce will get you Into constant trouble said Mr Bo as Wilmont to liis bom Lesley obliging and unselfish as you choose but do not yield to every request You are quite as ready to nid a friend in doing wrong as to help him to do right His inclinations govern you I dont like to disobligo my friends said Lesley coloring Weve got somo of those disobliging fellows at school sir The other ooys just hato them and give them all kinds of nicknames I would give up my own wishes any day for a friend Wishes yes But what do you say about priuciple Is that to be given up Rather than say no Lcoley I fear you would almost consent to aid in burglary or in counterfeiting to pleaso a comra Oh I hope not sir said Lesley laughing uneasily But I fear it I fear it If I could only make you understand that u firm no in tne right place would not only insure you respect but give you real friends of 11 better order thau your resent associates I should havo borne E ope of you You remind rae of the fable of the haro and many friends Tako care Lesley that when you need help they do not one and all desert you Lesley went out of the room thinking that his fathers judgment was harsh Theres not a more popular fellow at school than I am ho thought as he walked to school Th boys come to me wbenjver they want help and they say theyd do anything in the world for me Fathers angry because I went with Charles Warner fi hing yesterday and didnt know my algebra lesson None of the other boys would go and hes such acood fellew I couldnt disan- lOinuninu tvnero s red juooro going Jump on Lesloy and putiSwimi 0 ascent ho nut his arm through Les through his paces ha cried teys andald- I dont care to ride to day Come Lester lets walk clown to the let tirt snow mm oil 9 say pond Ivo got something I want to But Ed had no idea of doing that ITo to you said with truth that ho felt quite sick But when they had reached tho pond and thuiflio motion of tho bono would ho did not seem to find it easy to speak niakohi worse At last with an effort he said Surely youro rot going to bo disIm going to tell you something but obliging Lesley Mooro said I promise mo you wont dlvulgo it I trust novcr knewyou to say no to a frlond you becauso I know youll keep your before especially to such slight re word and I boliove youll Jialp mo quest as a canter round th6 yard on a Youre tho only boy In tho world I nico pony would ask such a favor of Will you Lesley yielded Thoro was nothing promlso liko cowardico In his composition but Lesley promised he was not frco from uneasiness In You know I havo agreed to go up In mounting tho animal that ballo n I wish tho old thing The chestnut stood still whilo ho would burst before I go thought Not mountod but watched him with a gleam that 1ir really afraid you know but in his eyes which did not put him at thon I cant help feelinga littlo qucor all at his case Tho horso went oft Give it up said Lesley Father quickly however and Lesloy was just says its a foolish risk to run just for r cginning to onjoy tho motion when nothing Only a love of sclcnco would inadvertently ho pressed his heel on tho justify any ono In doing it ponys flank In a second tho animal I cant give It up Im pledged to stood bolt upright and then brought go and everybody wawld say I wa a hia foro f etdown with a violent thud coward if I should back out Youro which jerked tho reins out of Lesleys my truo friond Lesley aro you not hand and pitched him forward bo that Lesley said yes wondering what it he clutched tho horses neck to savo him meant self from falling Then you must keep mo from getting Then began such rearing and plung- scared or looking scared and bong tho ing such mad jerks and wild leaps that laugh of tho town I must have a bottlo Lesley dizzy and weak began to feel of whisk for a drink or two of that that his last hour was at hand His would steady my nerves I dont daro grasp on tho animals neck was growing to get it myself for they would know I weaker and he could not much longer bought it to keep my courago up and retain his place Tho horso now began talk about it and I cant trust tho other a frantic gallop round tho yard and boys You get whisky sometimes for old Ed terrified at this unexpected per- Uncle Scrips bitters and theyd think formance threw up his arms to stop it was for that him Dont shako your head Lesley aud At this tho horse swerved aside and say no Heros the money and if you sprung at soma high palings caught his dont help mo Ill just disgrace myself hoofs In them and crashedover on tho and youll bo th ctuso of it You say other sido youre my friend and now I know youll Fortunately for Lesley ho fell clear of prove it tho animal and though tho blow stunLesley at last consented That ughti ned him for a moment ho quickly sat the whisky was purchased and hidden up feeling very faint and in much pain by Curran in a safe place But even dizzy as he was it bcemed The next day it was late beforo Lesstrange to him that El and Mooro after ley found himself on tho crowded u bicf glanco at him devoted them- grounds where tho balloon a cension was selves to getting up the pony seeming to take place They wero cutting the hardly to caro whether he was hurt or ropes when ho got there A loud shrill not voice which ho recognized as Currans The jiony was rubbed and commiser- was singing in an exciting manner ated and thero was an animated disHere we go up ana up and up cussion as to who should bo employed Hes drunk Its a shamol to attend him Tho only words Ed be Somebody ought to tako him outl stowed upon Lesley were The man ought to bo horse whipped What on earth did you drop the weio the mixed cries which met Les reins and hold on to the ponys neck for leys ears as he pressed through tho exYouve given him a scaro hell never get cited crowd- over Youvo como near killing tho The balloon was raising but cries norsc aim Im not especially obliged to were distinctly heard from it and a you for it btruggle evidently going on within it Lesley was indiguant He struggled A figure sprung up on tho edge of the to his feet and cried out as ho limped car tirew units arms tottered lost its off balanoo and foil almost into tho sea of It doesnt matter whether Ive been upturned faces a human figure when killed or not I suppose 0 no I think its downward course began a shapeless I kpow now what your pretended friend gory mass after it struck the earth ship is worth I was a fool to come Prof Mayder afterwards said that the nerei poor drunken boy had tried to danco on He realized this a thousand times over the edgo of the car ho not being aware before ho reached the school house The that ho was intoxicated until the ropes scholars were in their seats and he was were cut obliged to conceal all expression of pain No ono suspected but wnen every bono in Ms body was aching himself had procured the that Curran no Ho felt bruised from tho crown of his one but tho unhappy Lesleyliquor his head to the soles of his feel With a father to whom he went in his and remorso pale face hovent haltingly through his and confessed the whole was a lesson lessons knowlnglit woula never do to that was never forgotten It excuse himself froinrecltatiou on the plea of lickniess for then inquiries A Sharp Yoice would be made as to the cause of it Fred Moore had sneaked demurely following selection is from Elihu The 1 i A 35 Dutch Landlord Gets a Withering Jlebuko tDrsskfsst I t Tatll Â¬ Â¬ Ho was a benign fatherly looking man with a silken white beard flowing about his breast There was a gontlo Majestic dignity in his manner and somothing about his walk that attracted the second look fiora all who met him Ago had sat lightly upon his shouldors and care had dimmed not tho brightness of an eyo that could enchain yet hold at arm s length Ho carried nis head erect slightly thrown back and walked with a slow steady read planting his feet firmly Ho was a clo o keen ob Â¬ server aud frequently paused to examino in detail objects of nioro than passing interest Ho halted suddenly in front of a showy placard in tho window of a cheap restaurant It read thus TKY OUB DINNER Soup andiTwo KinJi cfMtal awro 20 CKTSWI Â¬ Tho od gentleman gazed at tho sign for a minute or two and dropped into abstracted thought expressing himself aloud Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Try our dinner thats hearty and Id like to seo anybody sling moro nospitality into threo words than you get right thero Talk like that takes right hold of a man by both hands and says Im glad to seo you step in and woll try to make It pleasant lor you Soup and twonds of meat eh Well if that wouldnt make a hungry man wipe his chops and think of homo I should like to know what would It starts off right too and it winds up well Soup is always my starter when i want a dinner thatll put Christianity into me Whilo tho waiters gono to fetch it it man has timo to go through tho bill of faro on a walk and pick out the very cream of tho kitchen Two kinds of meat is enough and enough is a feast And all for wherever you find it twenty cents Talk about hard pan this man digs clear down below it aud covers his sign all over with Beno factor though ho dont say it in so many words Hos a man with a soul Incapable of a mercenary thought and ought to bo encoUraged 1 ho public should testify its appreciation and back up the philanthropist wherever ft finds him I will represent the public and stimulato this unselfish a smilo or two publican with of approval It will gratify him and perhaps add another handful of beans to the soup and so saying tho man crossed the hospitable threshold and was motioned toward a table by a sallow faced waiter I want to seetheproprietor himself ho said poising against the counter Havo him step this way if you please He is busy in the kitchen sir sawing up tho meat said tno waiter Well he can step this way a minute I reckon when ho hears its a little business matter Isita a bill Oh no my dear sir no bill Was it to get an advertisement sir you wanted to seo him 7 I dont think bemused presilon that you wore a man far above tho sordid Inthrallmsnt of mercenary In short sir I labored under the elusion that you were a humanitarian of expanded ideas and philanthropic motives most commendable and it was my Intention sir to testify in a few fitting words tho approbation and high esteem In which your bonevolent inten Â¬ tions wero held by tho public of this great city and add thereto my own personal sanction with whatever Indi- Â¬ vidual criticism and suggestion I might consider of valuo to you after testing by actual experiment tho effect of your cheap dinner upon n healthy organiza- Â¬ tion in response to tho gratuitous tender of tho hospitalities of tho place I had reason to expect from you as soon as you understood my mission But I find sir that I havo been most grossly deluded and tho unbounded confidoico inspired by your lying and brazen pla- Â¬ card sadly misplaced sir ayo in- Â¬ fernally sold is too mild a term You advortiso a dinner for twenty cents A dinner sir as under Â¬ stood by society means a repast in courses beginning with soup and end- Â¬ ing in pastry and other delicacies You glvo nothing of tho kin there is not oven the smell of a pie in your estab- Â¬ lishment but Ill toll you what you do give You give indigestion dyspepsia bad breath nightmare horrid dreams and everything elso that tends to make lifo miserable by raising the very old Cabbage and Nick in a mans stomach onions I Bah I Meat so tough that you have to saw it and no pio I say bah again sir Your caravansary is simply a one horse clap trap catch penny -breeding pest house and I shall re-Â¬ pair at once to tho Board of Health sir and youll find out rathor suddenly whother or not I have influenco enough to have It suppressed And tho gentleman hurried out with a flushed faco and a glowering brow whilo tho Dutchman leaned against his counter in utter amazement and said to his assistant Minocot Hcnery but dot man vas talk bolides liko it vas legshun tay goom do morrow aresdy but ho tont vas geot zoomdings in deso hause mitout do gash I tont vas ciffavay cold wittles no zur dey go In do zoup 1 disease- Meat Tho Famlno Ih China--Th- e Fearful Calamity on KocJrel Cities Fairly Depopulated Shanghai Correspondsnce of the London Times 1 ciovrH Or MAM LX aVl i BiROW K - Captured by Savages In South Africa Natal Mercury Â¬ Â¬ it will do any good r cow Halloo LcsIpv What aro vou marching along thero as gravo as a judge for Youro not bound school now Why its an hour too soon Come go wltn mo to iu Hamptons and seo the new pony he bought yesterday lie brags aboutthe animal and Ill bet its some spavined old beast the horse trader has palmed ofion him Ed doesntknow any more about a horse than that old fr to go but fathers been find- Â¬ ing fault with me this morning about my lessons Mr Turner has been com- Â¬ plaining and it wont do for me to miss my lessons to day Nonsense Weve an hour and per- Â¬ haps more before school opens It isnt a quarter of a mile across lots to Eds Wo can run there take a lok at the pony and bo bak before old Turner has eaten his brcakfa t Any of the fellows would have gone with me but Id rather have you Youro the best fellow in school and know as much about horses as I do Fred Moro looked very much like a a character he much affected as 10 stood there his short legs far apart his cap on one side of his head and his hands in his pockets Now Lesley knew that Fred Mooro was as idle a boy as thero was in school and far beneath him in scholarship but even from his lips it was agreeable to know that hu was considered a pleasant companion with a good deal of horse So after a little hesitation knowledge ho set oft with Mooro to take a look at Ed Hamptons newly bought pony Ed was delighted to show his pur- Â¬ chase Moore with head twisted on 0110 sido walked around tho horse whist Â¬ ling lie did not say a word duriwr his examination of the animals different points This was what his favorite horse jockey always djd Then holighted a cigar and Bmoked furiously for a few seconds still silent Id like askedEd anxiously for Fred Moores kjuwcuhu ui nurses was proverbial among the boys Well hes got three white feet said the oracle What have the feet to do with it asked Ed getting angry What did you never hear tho old saying Ono white foot buy him two white feet try him three white feet deny him That is lot Mm alone you know for he i nt worth buying Â¬ I dont bollevo a word of tho non sense I cried Ed getting very much excited at tbeso disparaging remarks Hes sound and spirited too but there isnt a bit of harm in him if youre careful lie did not add that not having been careful a few hous before he had been tossed into a muddy ditch by tho spirited horse and that his bones still ached from the tumble Suppose you take a canter on him ho continued Ho lopes Daro say Moore splendidly doco lope mi t When a chestnut pony at it I can toll you Im not fixed for riding to day but heres Lesley Rides every bit as well as I and is lighter weight besides Fred Moore who did know a little bout horses did not quite like the vicious sldofong looks from tho chest Â¬ nuts eyes But lie said nothing of this Lesley bad tho strongest Inclination to refuse for he knew he was not a good rider but Mooro wm determined to see the horses gait even though lie would not gnture himself hes A No 1 hst- in and every time he glanced towards Lesleys destc ho seemed struggling to repress a burst of laughter Lesley knew wellwhat it meant and remembered how often ho had himself enjoyed Moores ludicrous pictures of tho mis- Â¬ fortunes of somo of his companions A talent for ridicule was the only ono that young gentleman possessed and ho did not allow it to rust When recess came and the boys trooped into tho play ground Lesley re- Â¬ mained at his desk He said he had a headache which was certainly true His head was very painful but tho dull heavy weight at his heart was worse As ho sat thero he heard the boys talk- Â¬ ing and laughing outside and knew what they wero laughing at In fact part of Fred Moored conversation reached him for the window was open It was rich boys said Freds loud You can coax him to anything voice No atching me in that snap The min- Â¬ ute I saw that hng cyed brute I said to myself A softer head than mine has got to back you my fine fellow But bless vou tho soft head was iust thero I Wo put Les on the chestnut to show otf nis paces Ha ha I reckon he went more paces m few minutes than ho ever dreamed of I He just hung to the ponys neck like a bag of wool You should havo seen his face it was as white as a hcet Ho just choked the horso he held him so tight and there ho was bumping up and down Well tho pony took tho palings and we saw Lesley s heels fly Into tno air and that was tho last ti 1 ho landed head foremost It was better than any play I ever saw He knows something about a horse now Laughter follow d and Lesloy half rose with tho intention of inflicting summary chastisement upon tho mock- Â¬ ing speaker but his aching head and limbs forbade the attempt In fact before school was out ho was com- Â¬ pelled to ask permission to teturn home Of course ho said nothingto his father about tho cause of his headache but quietly went to bed and boro the pain of his bruises as best he could He was rather nalo tho next day and when his father laughingly said Well Lesley can you make the ruleof pleasing work both ways -- satisfy your friends and fulfill your duties too Lesley answered rather savagely It isnt worth whilo to please friends sir I dout bellevo there is such a thing as a true friend Certainly ono is never gainod by a sacrifico of right my son Distrust all such Now ono would naturally supposo that this lesson of tho pony would not be forgotten by Iosley I am sorry to miy that ho thrashed Fred Mooro at the earliest opportunity and then held him self aloof from his companions Ho found no difficulty either in uttering tho obnoxious word no so long as his relations with tho boys continued so cool but a natural defect or weakness cannot be overcome by ono lesson how- Â¬ ever severe Ho soon fell back In the old way There was to bo a balloon ascension near tho town and tho wholo country was in h ferment To add to the excitement James Curran ono of Mr Turners school boys was to accompany Prof Maydor as lie called himself In he ascent Curran had no faCjer to control him and his mother had unavallingly tried to dissuade him from the perilous un- Â¬ dertaking He was however a vain weak follow with a thirst for notoriety and foolishly thought ho would be a hero if he showed pluck enough for a balloon ascension But after a while Curran got nervous and abstracted and was unwilling to talk on the Bityet The night before the day apnajwlnj Â¬ Burritts book just published There and is no power of love so hard to keep as a kind voice A kind hand is deaf and dumb It may bo rough in flesh and bl od yot do the work of a soft heart and do it with a soft touch But thero is no one thing that love so much needs as a sweet voice to tell what it means and feels and it is hard to get and keep it in the right tone One must start in youth and bo on the watch night and day at work and play to get and keep a voice that shall speak at all times the thoughts of a kind heart But this is the time when a sharp voice is most apt to bo got You often hear boys and girls say words at play with a quick sharp tone as if it were tho snap of a When one of them gets vexed whip you will hear a voice that sounds as if it were made up ot a snarl a whine and a bark Such a voice often speaks worfe than tho heart feels It shows more ill will in the tono than in the wo ds It is often in mirth that one gets a voice or a tone that is sharp and stick to him through life and stira up ill will and grief and falls like a drop of gallon the of home Such as these get a sharp tome voice for use and keep their best vuicu lur iuuw iuey laeutcisewuurG just as they would save their best cakes and pies for guests and all their sour food tor their own board I would say to all boys and girls Use your guest voice at home Watch it day by day as a pearl of great price for it will be worth more to you in days to como than tho best pearl hid in tho sea A kind voice is a liko a larks song to a hearth and ionic It is to tho heart what light Ib to tho eye It is a light that sings as well as shines Train ft to swet tones now and it will keep In tune through gt Clear out and bring in the old man I want to pay him a tribute said the man jabbing his hand into his pocket us though he meant business Oh my said tho waiter running toward tho kitchen which was behind a if you screen in tho rear of tho room want to pay him something hoU bo right here in a second And sure enough howas Ho was a beefy man Wfih a4 faiB very red and sweaty He came forward with a bright expectant look but dropped it suddenly as soon as he saw his visitor was a stranger He had hoped to find a remorseful and penitent soaker who had scooped him out of three weeks board You aro tho proprietor here I preÂ¬ Â¬ sume Yaw You extend a general invitation to the public to try your dinner I pud oud mine zino for dem beoples to half zoom tinnerB for dwenty zendB if dot was vat you vas zay mit mo Yes just so And you commence that sign with soup May I inquire if onions compriso ono of tho staples in dot so When Mr Acuttsaw that he should be shot if ho mado further resistance ho gavo up his arms to tho leader and Johnny did likewise Then tho people hundreds in number rushed pell mell into tho house and seized everything they could lay their hands upon Somo put on his clothes in all haste tho women took his waistcoats putting them on hind bofore and buttoning them up the back A man made a desperate effort to get into a pair of Mr Acutts riding breeches He succeeded by dint of frantic jumps and shakes but having once fairly incased himself the brute was un- Â¬ able to move and Mr Acutt left him on tho gtouud making fruitless efforts to extricate his nether limbs Another appropriated a brufh and comb sticking on each sido of his head a third at tacked tho drug store and drank off a bottle of laudanum which by the color he concluded to be pontac This man shortly fell asleep and continued to slaep He never woke Every con- Â¬ ceivable article apparel furniture and utensils in Mr Acutts house was looted by the Caffres and Griquas beforo his eyes They mado him doff his hat and handed an old one in its place Mr Acutt possessed a bUgle and had to sub- Â¬ mit to tho indignity of blowing it till ho Vas tired for the edification of Tils capturers When tho work of plunde li ua been entirely completed ana jii Acutt and his companion had betichtlv bound thov wero marched off to the camp some ten or twelve miles dis tant JUr Acutt s BtocK consisting ot two horses forty head of cattle And somo two hundred sheep wero av tho Â¬ Â¬ samo timo driven off were debates among the rebels as to the fate of tho prisoners Mr Acutt un- Â¬ derstanding sufficiently both Giqua Dutch and tho Ponda dialect wis en- Â¬ abled to catch what passed Th Fon Â¬ das wished the prisoners to be gircn up to them declining to act further unless the compound their request was complied wita they Mine Cotl Vat vas dem dings wishing to havo the novel satisfaction of Do you put onions in the soup man An alarm assassinating a I vas haft me two kints In vun I wasgiven that awbte of Nokaud police body vas vix onions undcurlic but dot untor was approaching and Smith BUmer led kint I vas mako stdraight for deso Mcr hls raen to meet them leaving orders to icanbeopleB shoot Mr Acutt and his companion tho You also stipulate two kinds of meat moment an engagement ommenced May I inquire of what thev consist Happily the approaching pir y proved Twenty zends said the boss stoop Â¬ to be Griquas and not poce During ing to m p his streaming face on tho tho night when tho canp was quiet corner of a table cloth Smith Palmer the leader came to the No no What kind of meat havo prisoners He told Mr Acutt ho re you got gretted what had occurrol but he could Cow undporick not prevpnt it Ho had So quarrel with I suppose you garnish with mint the Natal people He new Mr Acutt Nixverstday to be a Natal man Contain Blyth and Of course the board is embellished tho Capo Government ore the causa of with vegetables fruits and berries in tne Beason When they arrived at campthere Tho famine seems now to bo at its Tho Impoverished country eon Worst slsts of tho greater part of tho Provlnco of Shansi parts of southwestern Chill Western Shantung and tho northern districts of Honan comprising an area variously estimated at from 70000 to 100000 Bquare miles The greatest dis- Â¬ tress Is in tho southern half of Shansi Including tho provincial capital Tit Yuen tho population of which unless rain comes at once bids fair to become absolutely extinct In Ita horrlblo do talls as given by all witnesses foreign and native official and missionary it is tho direst calamity that this 6r any coun- Â¬ try has been visited with The sturdy Chinese poasantsdo not calmly fold their s hands and die liko our poor tho Madrassces last year thoy cat tho dead and when thero aro nono to tako they kill tho living for tlio samo purpose This Is no Oriontal exaggera tion but tho actual state of things in a district not seven hundred miles from Shanghai In tho Pekin Gazette of tho 6th of March thero appears a memorial from Li Honien Governor of Honan and Yuan Special High Commissioner for Famino Relief appealing for State assistance to tno oistrcssea province From it hiav bo eathercd tho straits to which tho famine stricken country isro duccd I therefore append a translation of it and I must remind my countrymen as thoy read- - it that it is no sensa Â¬ tional picture to move tho tears of emo- Â¬ tional subscribersbut a calm descrip Â¬ tion of thoBtatoof tho provlnco by its responsible rulers in tho litnguago of a Blue book Thodroughtwith which tho province has been visited for sevoral years in suc- Â¬ cession has resulted in a famine of an in Â¬ tensity and extent hitherto unheard of As autumn advanced into winter the number of those in need of relief in creased dal y until at last they could the lower bo counted by millions classes were the first to bo affected and they 6oon disappeared or dispersed in search of subsistence elsowbere Now tho famine has attacked tho well to do and the wealthy who find themselves re- Â¬ duced to greater misery as each day goes by and they in their turn aro dying off or lonowing inoso wno nave migrateu elsewhere Jn the earlier period of distress tho living fed upon tho bodiescof tho dead next tho strong devoured tho weak and now the general destitution has arrived at such a climax that men devour those of their own flesh and blood History contains no recoid of so terrible and distressing a state of things und if prompt measures of relief be not instituted the whole region must become Local sources of supply depopulated aroeutirely exhausted thegrainariosaro empty and tho Tieasury drained dry whilo tho few wealthy people in the provinces havo helped with contribu tionsand loans till they themselves aro impoverished I his dreadful picture is fully borno out by the letters leccived in Shanghai from the foreign missionaries in ShansL Tho Eoman Catholic Bishop of Shans Mgr Monagatta who is a resident in Tal Yuen tho capital of tho province writes from that city under date of 24th of March to tho Procurour des Lazar istes hero acknowledging the receipt of ten thousand talers for distribution He says Jusqu a pretention so contcntait de manger ceux qui etaient deja mortsmais malntenant lon tue aussi les vivanta nnur les mancrer - Lo mri mantrc sa a i ltiemme ies parents majigenwours niset leurs nues ctaicur tour ies cumins man- gent leurs parents comme lon entend dire presquo clmquo jour In tho Prefecture in which the capital of Shansi is situated tho population has diminished from over 1000000 to 160 001 and the Chineso newspapers hero give tho number of people who have died of Btnrvation or met tho awful fate just recorded as over 6000000 fellow-sub-joctÂ¬ Â¬ -- Out of ray chambers gloom Into the clorer bloom M Thou little blossom hast borne me toilsyr Oreranaeeitn wide Ilosllr glorified Ditttlog in memory to childhood away H mm H Wareleti of red and while Chatlngthe wind lu flight tiend up n spray of perfume on the air And orcr crest of these Murmur the drowsj boes fy Duelling the sweets from the honey cup fairLong m - An i like a fleet afloat Lacb winged boafcr Orer the field InsoctsceaKlcsslrgu stItau shores bollly lh billows break Where flowering hedges of bright etnciald gloWl y wale VA ij Sprtuft t with jor as In glad days of yore Purified as a child Simple and uudefllcdi Ocean of Uod O bapllzo mo onto more I Out of pure heart of thine Breathe up a prayer dlrlne Let soul of my past pi ad to hcarcn for me i O beautiful clorer Bloom orer and oyer I I know thou wilt billow a heayenlr sea -- WaMnglm Capitol Into this flower wY Hurnblr mr soul to tare h f k 1 I WAIFS AND WI1LMS Saturday is becoming tho fashiona bio day of tho week for weddings What man must havo his glazier A ho can do a days work Two twin brothers aro said to bo so much aliko that they frequently borrow money 6f each other without knowing Adnm was half throuch nam Win ing his descendants ho got tired and said Lets quit and call tho JealJf Smith AamcOLTunAL grum lers say we aro not going to havo any corn this year What will wo do for whisky IN selecting colors for tho various apartments of yourhoueavoid a brown sri study As for tho library it should al Â¬ ways bo red What Is Medical examination J thero besides other and chloroform to Visiting groduco unconsciousness club A judoe in Henderson Ky BitaMJn tho bench with his legs thrown over tho desk in front of him and a lighted cigar in his mouth Fouit things are grievously empty a head without brains a wit without glasa-bo-fore it r4 ft d If i rM i K tm 11 judgment a heart without honesty and a purse without monoy Old bachelors and old nlaids though not always happy thomsolves havo been generous in refraining from bringing misery to their fellows How sturdily Euglish was the declar- Â¬ I speak not only so ation of Cobbqtt that I can bo understood but bo that I can not be misunderstood A Nevada confirmed bachelor Bays that he carinotfhavo inheiited his dislike for matrimdbyfor his father and Â¬ i mother were botliVinarrled A WYuJJriNd man won ten dollarii in a wager by eating twenty pigs feot and some folks thinkTib earned every cenfcjt fifealcfatt Table the money Mb lioss says it has cost him eighty thousand dollarsUo find his lost Charlie A good many men would gladly lose all their boys for half tho money Mm Jenks1ib had her portrait pub Weekly The hatis lisheajn Harper decidedly damaging to her testhrijpny Seven years behind the times if wday Jack and GUI srnt up the hill 5 pt Jack fell doirn and smashed his hat And GUI went tumbling Into an Ann Arbor pickllDg Tat To Ret a pall water u fc mn SrEAraNudF dancing a clergyman hits the nail on tho head with the re people usually do moro mark that harm with their tongues than with their toes Â¬ French Forests Tails Correspondence DaltlmoreSuul life Little Danny and his Dead Mother IXenr Orleans Pleayaue L ft been down in the parlor to mamma Shes In a long box with flow- Â¬ ers on her I wish shed come and bathe my head it aches so Nobody evpr makes it feel good but mamma She knew how it hurt me and she used to read to me out of a little book how my head would get well and not ache any more some day Nobody likes me but mamma Thats cause Ive got a sick head Mamma used to take me in her aims and cry When I asked her whats the matter she would cay Im only tired darling I guess Aunt Agnes made her tired for when sho came and stayed all day mamma would take me up in theovenlng on her lap and cry awful hard I aint had any dinner to- Â¬ Hold on just auother minute day Mamma always gave mo my din Â¬ ner and a littlo teenty pudding with please About tho wind up now Do D for Danny on the top I like you giyo a man a dash of pie pudding littlo puddings with Ds on top I like raisins nuts ice cream or anything of to sit in my littlo chair by the fire and that sort to finish up with jNix nou moscli djs vaa nou u eat em I wish mamma wouldnt stay iu the long box I guess Aunt Agnes CrajirJols for all dem stdyle und nut her thero cou e she nut all the V pnM prose u mans up a reauy onzern vaa run for money ami flower trimmings 6n and shows he r t s ou vas vant zoom tinnr or more aint any tiro i n v n lnwil- everybody grate but I guess Ill sit by it rmu Del II believe thero is Ill get my 1 j i o cclioMly ana spoon ana play rvo got a At SI Mltl 111 r uwo dimes with D for Danny on it BuV jwayi tont vdfUVauii UiS deso yocllshness unt allSJ cab mit a want mamma s bad loonagadlcks like you vas jnd dats do i A PLAiN fiiEAKiNU country minister kint of a man vot I bo From your remarks ra dear sir I was asked one day how it happened that considering the good example supposed infer butit Js d vruelly to bo set before them so many min sad that vou ahonldHerfcct Such a glorious opportunity to c ydown bless isUrs sons should turn out Thats easily accounted for ings on your keaJ andmugurato an said tho divlno You see tho deevil era of kindly ftoline irUio breasU of kens hn canna get bautio the geese so vour countrvmen You gect no drusIn dese hause tho gaislianl he just raaksgrab ney bovorehand De durrems vas de A jeweler In the Paris Exposition you geet zomedings allows a necklace which purports to be a nou are a use uij sir and an said tho and impostor esiieinan bond mixture of truo pearls aud fal lefldtcetv laud- challenges anybody to single out the ing his stern eye up lord real I walked iii ere under the in- -- Ive just Dor zoup vas goot I like him minezt lf Never mind tho soup weve passed that Of course you make a respectable display In pastry The Dutchman looked puzzled shook his head and said he had been in this country six years I simply wished to inquire whether your menu also inoludes dessert pastry confections and the like you knw I tont vas remember me zomedings you vas owe me Shon zay you vas vant to bay me ies yesfbutI must have informa- Â¬ tion first Your dinner is tempting and substantial as fat as learned Do you give a man potatoes and cabbage with his soup and meats Yaw dey vas in der zoup und zoom garrots and tho Dutchmau smacked his lips aud made n move toward the kitchen nole neer-do-wel- ls Â¬ aig In France what is called n forest would in America bo styled a clump of trees But mark the difference of re- Â¬ sults In Franco woodlauds are highly prized though Bhe imports some 8000 000 francs worth of timber per annum Exclusive of fire purposes she uses 9500100 meters of wood every year for Some works of industry and art 3000000 of acres of land are devoted to timber of which 6000000 belong to the State If we in America esteemed wood as prudently as the pcoplo of France better results would arise The timber lands of America offer an impor- Â¬ tant theme well worth studying To- Â¬ day I have been looking at trees of small dimensions growing under treat Â¬ Auli la ment nf nrtifinlnl mlnrlni Pstained bo that it grows up like satin wood and pine becomes similar to rose- Â¬ wood Indeed this commanding of nature by science in this respect is very in- Â¬ disturbance teresting and strongly suggestive of tho Mr Acutt and hiscompani French mind voumr and had do no ilanwAiv ermo Itesin and turpentine coming chiefly Griauas he did no wish tpVaHJHul from tho maritiino pine of the South of die and ho would reease France aro very important products of Johnny Calling pem this country and divide the competition A Wv u ho conducted theA out ot camp nlno mir tlnrminnfl nrwl Clttrtn They passed ftn Franco yields till it is sixty or charge cJkIT wuarrf v ma t A4 Vt tfttf mn II 1110 CaKTjViJCUOVIUK mcu uoiug seventy years old and produces gum In t at m Ja liir n van Via Dlacedfo3i ur tuu icuuiI vuwuittuu-4 - rtiA h nntpfl II miirn in fira rtrntneA v nnr ant Ptyrfho had ordered and fairly profitably than I have seen in North seen ua relieved men Griquas lpto Carolina Distilling is done at a saving camp Smith Parker told Mr Acutt and of some thirty per cent oer the Ameri Â¬ They did run anb can process as thero is no extravagance run Jonn to walk W whole night through covering or waste of any kind From the mo Â¬ somo tUrty miles and arrived at a farm- ment the tree is stripped or axed to ar Staffords next morning the time the re in and turpentine are house of finding barreled economy and system are pre- Â¬ They ha the satisfaction that by soling a mountain of tho Ingeli vailing powers I have seen in the Caro-Â¬ range instead of skirting it by tho lina as much improvidence iu a day neck they had passed a party of as would drivo a French plno planter rebels waylaying the road At Staf mad in a month fordVtho fugitives procured horres and rode 6 Harding Mr Hurold Acutt a French Gallantry youg colonist we believe ho is under 1aris Correspondence Cletelaud HuaM j twfHy two never once losthispresence The French abuso horses with more of mind never flinched or gavo away inhumanity than a Southern negro treats when certain death at tho band otiu iimulo They will tako off their hats o savages such as the Pondas seemed to you with a grace that has never been 6 ataro liim in tho face impprted to our shores und pass the compliments of the day iu languge and Tiiii Berlin police havo found it nec Â¬ stylo that is tho very poetry of essary in consequenco of Dr Nobelings polite intercourse bitlhey will allow a discharge of bird shot at tho Emperor woman to faint bofoie hny will ofler her to prohibit the performance of Julius a seat in a street car cr in tho slightest Ctesar in that city and even Schillers degree incommode themselves Aa an William Tell has been withdrawn instance of theirWant of gallantry I saw from tho Royal Theater a lady drop her parasol from a cab while driving on tho Boulevard between tho Madelaine the Champ Elysce A mll Las passed ono House of tho Tho Boulevard and crowded and muddy whs New Hampshiro Legislature allowing from recent rains Not a Frenchman towns that do not want to have lager pretended to pick did for beer retailed to voto to prohibit it not seem to expect it up She her sho might have it Elsewhere it can be sold us tho Supremo held the two quiet hores Court of tho State has decreed it not to while thereins of the driver would recover the be intoxicating parasol but uha was a French woman and knew that the driver was not ptd Anderson Elder was ordered by his for that Sho took in the situation ata employer the keeper of a Boston bar Â¬ glance was equal to the emergency and room to whip a disorderly drunkard the civilization she got down in the Elder obeyed but In the midst of the wud and helped herself task fell down and died Excessive This wont wirvicnabl s tfeuMde null Js heat caused by tho weather and oxer made of seersucker tlon killed him Â¬ orero tPl6wim m - Art 1 1 L Leave your grievances as Napoleon did his letters unopened for threo weeks and it is astonishing how few of them by that time will require an- Â¬ swering Wisdom is an acquisition purchased in proportion to tho disappointments which our frailties havo entailed upon us for few nro taught by tho sufferings of others A book so small as to require tho aid of a microscope to read it is to bo ex- Â¬ hibited at tho Paris Exposition A catalogue most likely of tho honest hack drivers Aa benevolence is the most sociable of all virtues so it is of the largest exteut for there is not any man either bo great or bo littlo but ho is yet capable of giv- Â¬ ing and of rccoiving benefits One great tccret of domestic enjoy Â¬ ment is too much overlooked that of bringing our wants down to our circum Â¬ stances instead of tolling lo bring our circumstances Up to our wants In listening to some mens conversa Â¬ tion we fancy three marks of admira- Â¬ tion at the end of each sentence- as hieroglyphics of tho admiration of tho speakers at their own cleverness There are some sad things in this life Tho editor of the Barton Vt Monitor who aided in securing the pas Â¬ sage of the fish and game law was fined ten dollars and costs the other day for violation of tho act Epitaph on a tombstone in South Carolina Hero is the body of Rob Â¬ ert Gordin mouth almighty and teeth Â¬ according stranger tread lightly over this wonder if ho opens his mouth you are gone by thunder The Presidents melancholy and gen eral indiflorence to consenuenceo seems to be communicating Itself to the other members of his household with sadden Â¬ ing rapidity Webb Hayes is about to be married Brealjatt Table The reduction of tho price of In oeer in Cincinnati to tnrco cenu a Â¬ inspires a member of the Chtosao mon Council to remark It sjwili tho fun of competition whwi ebTl W takes a moan advantage of ate4tM9 Bryant novcr chewed plug iobaeix smoked five cent cigars or wrote with a And in tula respeet we cedar pencil resemble Bryant to a very considerable extent but when it came to Mr B had tho bulgo oa w- if we may be permitted to quote one tf the old Greek scholars tforrittoym wimy wr ItML4 Herald Good namo for a lady lawyer Sue For a femalo gamblci UottiaJW0 democrat For a femalo f K shoemaker Peg St Simeon For a femalo messenger Carrje JV Y Newitf p For a femalo composito- r- Em Torehtf For a femalo soluior Sally Pass er- round Home Serttinal i 4k Tho doctors of divinity aro reminding tho doctors of eejonco that it will not d to be too certain that tho principle of gravitation is still gueas work aud that nothing In tho universe of matter is anything but a matter of opiakrn us payemeiita will keep the bricks kill the grass Boiling water occasionally poured oh M and fcVW WW V nHUHjjpmri1I lipfW mini I II JPM Ji r ur TPittt r tt r - r r rv H3E2 NJB3 From at Bnl eH the Trej 111V I it Pw- - r un- - rsn t vwnpsrv wylfflf uwwmmpim Jimnwvmpi WSSSWSSSWWSISSPSWaWSawSSSWSSSaSSSSSSMSSWISaSSasJSWSSWSgS willfMiiiuvtiiyBipwfwrf11 While cngitKcdu digging a trench at St Francis Convent FcckskiU somo fnjumgiifigy i vrqurvTs VwS3 V n WS Jlev lnle ton jK A Jul o Cnplttvl r thousand dollars hare been received Treasury Department from a party nt cport Conu on account of con TLe amount has bten nlaced to Jcdlt of the Conscience jund of the ury A comparattro statement to tno Uonitiiissloner of Internal Ue snows that ilin rnenlnln frnm ial revenue sources from Inn 20 to J16 1878 was oer 1100000 moro than o corresponding pcrlou or 1877 X tenia In doners L L room factory ntnrly completed was ollshcd by a hurricane which swept ugh the village of Amsterdam N Y recently wine Workmen were buried In the ruins Ilobert Bergen Frauk Hart and Fatrick Egan of Amsterdam were fatally nnd the rest severely Injured Several other buildings were riaranged By the ex- plosion of a puddling fiirnaco in a Philadel phia rolling mill on Wednesday pne man waskilUdnnd six others serlnutly scalded lliko Shaw the wife murderer was hanged at MUledgevllIe Georgia on July 12 His neck was not broken and tho body Â¬ writhed fearfully for six minutes after the fall Hiram Fnoks colored was banged Ji at Princess Anne Somerse County Md for ft mo mnracrot J ryicr colored ugiu eighteen Fooks died proclaiming his innocence There were verv disorderlv crowds In t it as Montreal all dav of the 12th the ohtect fhkelng to prevent the Orangemens pro session set for that day The Mayir of the iSl-Jr- ou luruiuuuu me uruceaaiun mill Ht Oraugo Hall was surrounded by police s ana special constables to prevent a riot If Several Of the Orangemen in passing ihe lth their colors were placed under ty I At ilbOut twelve oclock the Boctetv dcelded not to form and gradually dis I fBta Â¬ If3 MV Sk 4ls Hri persed Â¬ i llBHBBfta iiBfe f v James Williams while pulling potatoes Saturday evening at Trenton N J was struck by lightning and baUy stunned During a thunder storm Saturday evening tMljlville N J ihe dwelling ocoupiedby a Iftdy named Pinch and her three children ivaS strtick by llghnlng und ihe youngest daaghter Annie was instantly killed Jifty cases of inn stroke were repo ted at SC Louis on Saturday At two oclock Sunday mornint Jeremiah Konnedy an Msh 1borer living on Meagher Street IVestyidc Chicago shot his wife Mary twlcejikllllug ler instantly andVhen put a ball into his own body in the vfcmUy of the run irom ineeueos oi wincn ne died Several causes combined led to the deed Bmoe vhlch are poverty hypochondria and discord One hundred and forty deaths by sunstroke tvero reported at St Louis in one week during the heats of middle July Riohard aged seveny two of Hillsdale Hsllet Mich was kll ed by a bull afewnights ago William Wood was killed by Viotor IiarIe In an altercation at LeboufTa Lumber Mrs Camp In Miclikan No particular William Weitzei residing a Freelandsville sixteen miles north of Vincennes Ind was accidentally burned to death Monday An adopted son of J K Easton a farmer near Cedar Springs Mich named Bertie Strain w s found Tuesday afternoon hang ing in a barn life being extinct It is sup posed by many to be Intentional notwithstanding a verdict rendered death from accidental hanging As John Ellis and Peter Cults were stacking hay four miles 111 from Rantoul they were both struck can hj iifjUkUlU IUO taiu nui UUIIUU Ellis was horribly burned as he was on the stack anl it was fired and burned Ellis leaves ft fatally Joseph Clarks son aged fifteen years was drowned recently while bathing with his brother in the Muskingum Plver five miles south of Coshocton Ohio It is c remarkable fact that on throwing his shirt into the water where he went down it floated directly over the body and sunk like a stone Amelia Gllser need seventeen of Waveriv Ohlo was drowned recently while bathing in Qrooked freek Sunday evening the iOjywia need J any named Hosier was tUnJAXclstcm near Mill Grove about teUM inortU oi Fostoria Ohio It Is pposed she committed suicide as the cistern was covered as thouch he had let herself in- - and pulled the cover over afterward Quite a sensation was created in police circles at Richmond Va over the sudden appearance lately of a man supposed to be WAraes Peter Phillips who was hung or supposed to have been hung nine years ago for he murder of his wife The party in question made a rapid transit through the city and the detectives are on his track It is now believed that Phillips was not dead when his body was cut down and that it was seized by his friends who wero buo vessful in resuscitating him Others say that ony Phillips effigy was executed At any rate the suspicious character referred to appears to those who caw him to be the identical man and was seen near his old homo three miles below the clty Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Indians at or near Willow Springs and Howard pushed forward to meet them Probably ere this he has engaged them The following is from Umatilla the Oth t A letter received from Pendleton July 8 by Governor Chadwlck sayst General Howard attacked tho Indians at Bessie Mill The hOstllca wero about four hundred strong Howard repulsed them three times and is still fighting He captured from four to fivo hundred head of stock together with provisions and ammunition Fifteen wounded two mortally Signed J BKEtsnY A Walla Walla dispatch gives tho follow- Â¬ ing account of n fight nt Umatilla reservation The news reached Colonel Miles who was nt Pendleton that tho hostlles were at the reservation He ut once started for the scene with three hundred rcgu nrs After making about six miles and within n short dlstanco from Cayuso Station he encountered between four hundred and five hundred warriors This was about eight oclock in the morning Gettiug the men into pii tlon Col Miles opened fire on the hostlles who returned it but without effect neither sldo sustaining Any injury this was continue vih t intermission until twelve oclock the In when dians attempted to charge Milcss line but were driven off the redskins being unable to stand fire from the howitzer In the charge tho Indians sustained considerable loss those present estimating their dead at fifteen Miless casualties consist of two men wounded one in the arm and one in leg Shortly after one oclock the In the dians fell back toward the mountains This Is the first time during this campaign the Indians have attempte4 a charge and shows they are driven to desperation Dur ing the whole fight they shot wild Miless object in view of the overwhelming number against him was to prevent tho advance of the hostlles and if possible hold them in oheik until re enforced This he did although his forco were on foot and the savages were well mounted During triday the Indians completed the destruction of Cayuso Station which ou the day previous they had partially destroyed It is feared that Mechanics has met a similar fate Among the interested spectators of Miless fight were a Urge number of Umatillas wi o took sides with neither party but appeared to relish the sport Itissafdthata number of young men belonging to this tribe under Wenapsnoot have joined the hostlles Colonel Cornoryer repor s that the young warriors have passed beyond his control At ten oclock Colonel Forsyth with his command was at Weston having been ordered to the scene of tho recent confliot and was moving as rapidly as his horse could travel Tho forces now in the Umatilla Country amounting to seven hundred men i is thought willbe sufficient to bring the hostlles to terms in a few days notwithstanding reports to the contrary It is most certain that a portion of the hostlles have succeeded in crossing the Columbia and danger so far as the future is concerned as with them SeverM mill men have just come into town and rcpr ed that they wero driven outof the mountalnsby tho Indians who appear to be in large numbers A volunteer company has leen organized here and have placed themselves at the disposal of Gov Ferry Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fires Hon Stephen Preston Minister of Hayti to this country has received letters from Port au Prince stating that a large fire broke out in tho central part of that city June 22 Thirty eight houses were burned Uown Total lots tstimated at 600000 rfotoB jQ om Alroad Wostorn Itoms Arnor dispatch from Pendleton to Gove Chad wiok says letters received from Pilot Rook state that General Howard attacked tha hostile Indians at Beasleys Mill The General Howard repulsed them three times aud captured from four to five hundred head of stock together with provisions A dispatch received ammunition etc at the army headquarters at San Francisco from General Howard dated head of Birch Creek July 8 says he found the Indians In force on a height near the head of Butter Creek bStlleswere about four hundred strong Â¬ under TbroHnonsisting panies of a few TWHuteers and the others under consisting of seven Bernard companies of cavalry and twenty of Robblnss scouts Howard accompa nied the latter column Bernards scouts notified him of the vicinity of the bos iles when the cavalry moved forward at a trot over the three font hills each over a mile In ascent The Indians were strongly posted on a rocky crest One conuany was Mt with the pack train The others deployed and advanced handsomely under heavy are The ascent is desorlbed as steeper than that at Missionary Ridge but not a man broke the ranks though several saddles wers emptied and many horses killed The enemy were driven from one pocltion to another height in the rear of a greater elevation una crowned with natural defenses of lava re eks Iu twenty minutes this position was ateo stormed from different sides at once d a rpld pursuit commenced of flying I ladiana who abandoned their horses pro- Tisieas ammunition and camp material Tit hostile made for the thick timber crowning pine Kldge aud made another pusnea kkkkMjfouf ior ennwre Again msiougea ana Ave miles further in the mountains bxroaife country and great exhaustion of HeMwyi jHHn two co urans one of two com ono of infantry and Â¬ Â¬ Berlin advices state that the question of Batouui was at one time the cause of gravo apprehensions Its settlement is tho result of an application to the Czar for new in structions Lord Beaconsfield having declared that unless the commerrial character ftsf Batouin was strictly guaranteed England would deem berseil entitled to send ironclads throuch the straits whenever she Various correspondents at Ber in agree that the settlement now reached implies that the fortifications shall be com- Â¬ stapletely dismantled and no tioned in the harbor The lotl Berlin correspondent says as compensation for the loss of Batouin the Turks shall retain Bayozld and the whole valley leading there- Â¬ to including Alasbger A telegram from Vienna points out that Batouui is not to be mado a free port like Altoona but to become a Russian free port quite a different thing England iu accordance with a treaty be- Â¬ tween herself pad Turkey took possession of the island of Cyprus on July 12 A Vienna special says negotiations between Austria and the Porte are progressing favorably The Turks aro to withdraw from the provinces according to a settled plan The fortifications and strongpositions are to be surrendered A dispatch from Constantinople says it is reported that a convention has been arranged between Austria and the Porte The latter accepts the occupation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Austria eugages to prevent any future alliance between Russia and Montenegro and Servia and to preserve order in Bulgaria between the Mussulmans and Christians even if necessary during ho Russian occupation All accounts confirm tho reports that tlje opp sition to Austrian occupation is giving way Tno insurgents about Llvino decided not only to submit but to place themselves at tho disposal of the Austrian ooramanMer It is authoritatively reported that the Porto is about to rant to an English company a cqneession m a commercial and strategical railway from Messina to DIarbcker and Erze roum Lord Beaconsfield had a grand reception from the English people on the 16th of July on his return from the Peace Congress Ten thousand nail makers in Old Hill Dudley Rowley and Hales Owen districts England have struok for an advance of thirty per cent in wages Â¬ Â¬ men-of-wÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tito Presidential Election Frauds Before tho New Orleans Committeee on the 10th W 111am Williams colored was examined relative to the affidavit mine by him aud submitted to the commltteiu Wash ington as to the conversation between Dlx Flsk and Hobhs that Weber did not sign Â¬ kkkvr B i i sMMt stusi pitmitifer ftve ti M Jft J 1 fa A Mil Art 4naA fl ritrfhAMJfctlAk JW ill A the day In this engage enlisted men were wounded twenty horses killed It possible to state the loss of the is Their women and children and Ntsay fest horseswro moved before the fight be- m apparently in tho dlreotion of Grande lordo and tho hostlUs fled iu that direo to Te officers and men behaved in the bet pussiblo manner throughout the affair A Portland dispah received at San FrMciico from Waliula under date of the abt tUyH 4 was signed R T Hobbs testified that ho was present some weeks ago In Dixi office when he con versation ocourred as related in Williams Wilder told mo that Weber did affidavit not sign tho Weber Anderson agreement before breakfast on the Yesterday just after tho passage of Dlx cane after meconversation before Wilmorning of the from Walla Waa to this place liams 1 knew he wanted Williams to swear thtralu band pf sixty Indians orossed the railroad o a conversation Dlx was afraid that I ut six miles from this plaon all well would tn back on his and wan ed me to d Tiev professed irreat friendship make an affidavit of what Wilder bad said tut h Whites and claimed to be Moses Wilder told me that he aud Anderson went xBftwea sent io am in ngnting tne noaiiies to Seymours office together when Ander Â¬ KH4 ttw peoplu hro bcllove their siory aud son signed she paper and that no one else 1Mk thew swe el Mmi1 spirits was nrMeat aiif mi Join tii hwjlliM To uight soma ftajMrvlser of KepisiraUon in Richland MrriyM framtM Lpwer rarwa msijbcui jsaue up returns auu Yakias k vUt uoUisd by friendly to elecIadisps U avVMi eouatry as thbotilM broagat ttom the oity sooa after the In ttuHU without protest tion ynn sxp4Hl io eroM h CUwbU and olosad wtk wera two affidavits of rait the wm4 relen UtiasUaaW and vleUace One of fltew Th following is frew PssidlsisB t partis ka wnald not WHava a aath Did uMiwai jib wkm m i mm at MX aai ataka Mtk totfespasttriHifcHab aswy hi J Hly 8 uoiBf award Wi4w Haw affidavit i Hbaratatts wpari JtaiWve Ifcottk itiwnon m m win na af aa siatasasnk saasVp taaraln arc traa kHMslrsd asal that ttirjra y we aVsat acorn ara art tetta Mseagh raparta as Â¬ Â¬ iu- the Anderson Weber agreement aud that Anderson did not swear to it Witnesses malted on tkem at the St James Hotel who told witness he was in a hurry that parties had been after him to sign a paper which he did not int nd to sign but was going away After this party had left the table Dlx told witness the mans name was D A Web r This was on Saturday the 16th of November the day before Weber was killed In the cross examination by Mr Black- Â¬ burn witness did not seem very positive about dates and did not remember that Weber was killed in March Witness said he did not authorize anybody to put iu an affidavit i ha statement that Weber said he was going home and that part iu whloh Seymours n me is mentioned was not read to him Witness finally admitted he had been contused by Mr Blackburn in explanation of con radfotory statements us to whether ho bid been tola Weber was present or not a the time that Anderson Weber agreement Â¬ Mduilis hu rtlt Â¬ Pllvrd riyW tr - aai than that revolutionary that after it had overthrown Packard by the help of CONFINED STRICTLY TO NEWSPAPER AD Â¬ the President and commissions the Supremo Court stood in tho way of Nlcholls VERTISING AND TO AMERICAN as the only obstacle and that finally the President on recommendation of the Mc NEWSPAPERS Vengh commission made changes in the them Supremo Court Judges by appointing WcrnnnnoourtrrtiiinctloiL to newspapers anddo lint ncript or undrrtnke the liiatiasmirnt of otlur Hero Kellogg foiled to civil positions his bricks fell short as Kellogg JYnjirfetor Vuitn A V iliixs of ndirrtUIng such ns books sign boards Butler and nrjiib printing pmtil Tub Cheapest and Best Advertising iitlit rlnir to oii braucli of advertising wamako store that tho President had acted in It to reach readers outside of the large cities kVrJ Id M L ANB FLY BRICK uiirsihi niunti rs ofour ilenllnr to ncpnper pnb making these appoi tin en Is on the recomWu MMjfllsvUfljarM uuuQianinynutr IIIikI nlmi intrlit KmsrHphluil limits of IUuUulti I Over one thousand newspapers divided mendation nt General Anderson of the RemIIIiIii the Into six different lists Advertlsments re1 KILLS all the stilts Hint Dominion of Lunula turning Board himself Kellogg a d other ceived for one or more lists For catalogues Republicans On learning this Butler ad FLIES In a SSm1 ml ATjn It ill containing names of papers nnd other injourned further hearing till to morrow y2eyjere- - mr m formation and for estimates address room In TWO Before the Committee at New Orleans on DEALS FOSTER No 10 Spruce Street HOURS tho 11th Hiram Smedley on being shown THE NATURE OF THE SERVICE WDICH IT New York by Mr Cox the Anderson Weber agreement ioc worth said Isaw the naineof D A Weber IS OUR BUSINESS TO RENDER Fou upwards of thirty years Mrs Win will kill signed to that paper by J W Jones Notary blows SOOTUINO 8VRDP has been used for more flics Publlo in the backroom i f my cofiee house TO TOE ADVERTISER children with nevcr falling success It coron Exchange alley Jones spent most of rects acidity of the stomach relieves wind than io Only saw Jones his time about my place We undertnkn to mifntiln an established credit colic regulates the bowels cures dysentery worth of vtlthoiiry jiiwspnpei and to Iuito nt hind a acbeil sign Webers name onee Dont know iilofilmrEiafur adwttllinr space In Its columns and dinrrhcea whether arising from teething Fir Paper double whether the paper was a single or ho to nn Inl nblo to rjuote tho tales procure attmt ser In or other causes An old and well tried No dirt g the prompt sheet About two months ago before Dlx ulslies ono or sou ral nnd to Mrllon of tho Mdertlmet without any extra remedy 25 cts a bottle went to Washington had a conversation rharco for thoeoivlco lvndc edt which servleoconn no trouble with him He said they wanted him to swear elkts of ouotlng the price printing or writing Thomas Steward colored J of West FeliciNo Family should be without a box of Sold by ninny diipllutticf tho ndvcrilMinent nsmay i rf be had seen Weber sign tho Anderson ana Went to St James Parish before the inlird Iniwniilitigtiicenry for luvrtlonntourown Dsvcqists but ho could not election and did not vote After the elec- Graces Salve In case of uts Burns Weber ngreemeut i xpenso f ir lxislaKo or mcCDger service rxaniulni to seo that tbo advertisement sepvars Jones had the reputation of signing tion ho was subpoanaed to come to tho city Scalds Flesh Wounds etc where a remedy Eviev the rap other peoples names and fixing up crooked and make affidavit They tqok me to the whsik papers To tho best of mv knowledge and Custom house but asked me no questions is wanted immediately it will be found inBotanic Medicine Co BuffsloN Y belief when Dix and Wilder certify that and kept mo there three days They called valuable It will also euro Ulcers Felons name was signed to the Anderson Webers 3VE 3E3 3FL me to sign a paper and then swore me I Corns old Chapped Hands Chilbluins Weber agreement nt data given they cer didnt know what they put down they Sores etc tify to a falsehood I told Seymour a few nldnt read it to me cant read myself The DBity Young HouaelMTpcrs days ago that he knew his certificate was affidavit as pub ished being read to the Should not forget that the way to reach a untrue witness ho denied almost every important E J Weber was examined by Mr Cox as statement made in it saying he didnt tell nusoanus heart is tnrougn nis stomach to his testimony given in 60 before the them anything Witness knew oi many col- Use Dooleys Yeast Powoer in making biscuits bread cakes rolls muffins etc Boutwell committee Mr Cox read from the ored men who like khmelf Joined Demoand they will bo nice light digestible and Will rcstoro worn out lands and double the crops report of that committee questions pro- cratic clubs wholesome It used Insufficient quantities pounded and answers given by Weber at that time asklnc witness whether Jumping1 Henna More than twenty years ago we had chills WAKHANTED Pure Ground Bone Ammonlated thev were true or false as to each questlen Koine interest has been excited of late and lever and the recollection of it makes Superphosphates intimida to violence which relates us shake even now But this disease no Srrgianjm1 juttzz tion threats murders and all manner oi years by Btories from Mexico that beans longer terrifies us CO tartontf Jurgatue AMOR outrage as charged at that time including grew thero which jumped about like Fillt are a sure preventive the acts ot the Regulators The answers living things It wns regarded as n mero Cor John nnd DPoplar Streets when and In the manner tho advertisement checklnc that Itoncntto In each Cramps and pnlns in the stomach or given by witness were similar in almost tale but there proves to bo moro in the enthsiilisiiiiPtit luonf time CINCINNATf OHIO rarer In a bonk kept for that purpos at all mark every case only slightly varied by circum- story than was supposed and iu this it bowels or in any part of the body no matiifrji ct to tbo lnctlon of tin- - advertiser and Witness said his testimony was stances ng plainly In wch piper tho aihertlwnient asltnp tHflSend for Pamphlet which ter how severe or what tho cause can bo restrangostories or sends poiirs so tliatvben the ndiettlxr rniuf lieved by Johntont Anodyne Liniment used given then in most mscs from information is lico many other Inrtlie pnrosoor havlne tho file cxiimlned tlieeyo received and proceeded to explain the cir- prove when investigated to have some internally and externally mil lliiht pioinptly upon bis annunncrmciit without psge tho lulior of starching a whole paper or duty cumstances under which he testified at the foundation in fact In this case tho i OR SELF PRESERVATION to nBtlfy If errurs or omissions ex ur ft Is our instance of Gov Kellogg and said many of beans do not jump in the active sense Tbo Ureutcal Dltcoicry of the Aire in Dr Two hundredth edition revised and enlr ge1 just piiMhliiriitoiir own oci peno for I ibor postaM or work tho best In his statements were made for political ot the word but aro mado to jump pas- ToLlatc brated Venetian Llulment I 30 yeara bo published It Is n standard medicalpin s clan of great nicxtisir find to see to it that tho rtiblisber of tho the English languae written tr a specified semce for effect that ho knew at tho time they were sively by an insect inside experience to whom wa awarded a gold awdinweled paper iictually sloes rfndir tbo bite and warranted to cum Diarrhea fore the hlch tin mUertlscr contracts It coh by the National Jledlcnl Association not true Some of the statements he beDyientery Colic and Spasm taken Internally and MiAliwantlful and very oxponslvo steel Wo extract from the Aveedings of the tains e lieved at that timo were true but ho knew Academy CuU of Science of St Louis nn Oroup Chronic lthenmatlim Sore Throati Back Inn Tbrco hundred page- - more than dlcais the now they were false prescriptions for all forms of prevailing Uralses Old Soros and Valna in the Limbs prac result of nny years of extensive and successful nt by by Mr Cox as to account of tho mystery aa investigated and Chest externally IthasneTcrfallrd No family In answer to a question Mr will erer be vrithont It after once Kiting It afalr trial tice Bound In French cloth i price only 8 fho lild e No person the Sherman letter witness said he found and explained by Prof Riley mall Th Lojion LaMttnyt noble Tbo from his brothers at Bayou Riley exhibited certain seeds which pos Trice 40 cents Da TOBIAS VENETIAN HOUSE without tlfls valiablo book ample author it Ip a box sent sent s warehouse in sessed a hidden power of jumping and LINIMENT In Iint Bottle at O10 Dollar Is war benefactor Anlllnttrated D t W II ton or to his Sara PAIIKGH of O cents for poitase Ads Wo promlno thiwo advertlcrs who entrust thtlr NO ranted eon Donaldsouville Found the letter after moving about on tho table Ho stnted cure ot superior to any other OldorSorea PAY for tbe No4 Bultlnch ilt Boston rho aiithor may ndvrrtlsluK patrunngu tn our manairemctit thatwu etc Sold by inltMlnn all diseases requiring skill and experience Colic Onts Uralses will not allow tin in to Iw cbarmil in nu Instance Mrs Jenks visit Showed it to no one ho had recently received them from ill DrncElaii Pepot to Park Viae New York nny murn tluiii tho publishers sclieilulo rates tliat tore it up at once because it exposed my that III procure for the in tho iici eptHiiip of any ad of San brothers wrong doings AJy brother told Mr G W Barnes gonerally Diego Cal viuitiigtiiiis otTr definitely made to them b any Bronchial Irotiti lor cougnt and colds IlrOtrna known by lieiirpiibllherndertliiigneentorCfiiiaT and that they aro me there were no grounds for protesting vo tire unwilling to do work of risroiisililllt flTTVCS KKVOLVUIIS rrlco list frv Adili tho parish Witness admitted he had been tho name of Mexican jumping seeds A Ull Orinnt Mitlnuit ui lufit and iieieronVr to do so rt In con- Â¬ wti rnOim WnrkllttliiireP hi3 bond and after They aro probably derived from a rtcoc formity with Ur piouilw mado above we somitluie indicted and forfeited Send Stamp L ttuditadtlnitble ward at the suggestion of District Attorney cous cuphorbiaceoua plant Each of tho Cfinr3 lupors Want Agent1ralrle Wla DWka KAiBCiutii Rolling made a falso affidavit in order to have the seeds measures about one third of an EAR Hor nMrtUi U FtwJftnu boud restored KltetT HltJH PM IMSJ inch and has two flat sides meeting at The Potter committee gave Senator Kel- an obtuso angle and a third broader lsi IOA4 it JOsr UuiiUiiiiil mii lo ftirlOe THE SYSTEM OF ARRANGEMENT FOR NEWS III1 fclfli O rxwipum Ji iiAinri t mi mji m icnur ri x 1100000 logg a sitting of fivo hours on July 12 mtssmwm by 80000 pupls nar It uniUKall sail Buitss iwne ta4 food s fAPER-FMSr imjSmtMSTtmmJ Hedeulell all and singular the statements convex aide and amedialino A IA Vto A ire in cinvnusing for the llra soil wsitr 0oo4 aldo VUltur Term and Outfit reo Ad tlsry ctlmste S J Cllmera biMloc r Btlllli KsaiM Lod Com of Anderson and Weber as to conspiracies cut ODen each is found to contain a AJJrtll dreiaf O VtCh BUY Augusta Maine on foot by Louisiana Republican leaders to single fat whitish worm which has only KM sism ij smsijssisjul imanammamnmmatmimmmPmijJP A manipulate tbe vote of Feliciana The eatcu all tho contents of tho seed and ATn All O retail price A2o only RIIM IHanot HATY SWEET Great UllW XTC retail price elu 9n mm hnrrnwprl hv Kelloirir in Chicaeo he lined tho shell with a delicate carpet of aummmmmmmmmnm bargains licatty UasntngfoH N J swore was for private and not for political Bilk Tobacco Neiitl M3 OO tor lieut IUIUU purposes and he would furnish a full state- Â¬ thiisk ever miiuc MILLERS Stranb Mill Co Ciicinnatl 0 Awarded hlhttl nrlu at Centennial Kiposldoa for as to how he procured it and how it ment A Sick Well and Jin thtulug qualities anl txctlhnct Ttie luli3 fmr was used If wanted He knew of no false best tobacco acttr of iKccleninfl and flavoring Jk CON K irUUIIA r Tr made affidavits or protests used by the Return As onr bins strip trade rank l closely About a year ago at Stockton Cal a Huperior In design Not oiualed I iltted on Inferior poods se tbt Jtrktoit Bet Is ing Board and knew of no money used or doctor in sinking an artesian well at the Iu quality or as Timekeepers on every phis bold by dealrm Berd tor sample Ask your Jeweler for them offered by Republicans to control its aotion free to 0 A Jiaxioi A Co Mfiiu Xetersbarg Va depth of Bixty feet came up something Uii Agency tt Iortlandt Mt N Y SHfiHliHHHJ He had procured leave of absence for a Sen- which prevented further progress IjEPHFlWWIII if A jemalwKniNAitv o- ate employee to go to New Orleans as mes- Â¬ iniiu year Ml Ilolioko lllin Tlio rebounded twentyfourthOHIO will commence September i 1878 down lowored to find aud drill senger but denied he was sent GBAI Hoard escort out of the way one Kelly sup- - with a hollow sound at though striking Send forTuition Fuel and Llatiti Sl0 rer annum Catalngne to to have been the man who signed the roof of tho houso or tho deck of a JI1MS HEIKN PKAHtDV JoNtsvtLLr Mich Dec it 1877 2Ituri Fowlt I 1 rliiclpnl evissees name to second set of Electoral vessol Ho then put down a sand pump sent you so cts for 2 boxes of O race Salvo I have Vohavo n perfect system for filing newspapers a had 2 and have used them on an ulcer on my foot and sepitrnto spnro being accorded tn each and labelled certificates choicest In the world Importers Q and obtained a good stream of water rUTT A O Ihe I JlJxJa it almost well ltespectfully yours O JVAsNm with tho printed name of tho paper tt Is Intended to In New Orleans on the 12th E L Weber which brought up with it two brass nuts staple article prices Largest Company In America pleases ererybody Trade continually accommodate A strangir can placo his hand npou He testified regarding occur- Â¬ was recalled i box at Prepared or pattern Forseveral weeks Increasing Agents wantad everywhere best Induc-to onFrice 33 ctof aM cent all druggists by sent by mall rwelpt NUilW Circular ementsDont waste time Send for O rences in West Feliciana Parish A suit of peculiar Â¬ tsyss- AMSwexmarrison AT iiobidhjimi llox 1237 was pending against witness for nearly past tho stream hns brought up quanti UOBT WELDS il Veney Bt M Y I CURED CAN sixteen thousand dollars He said he didnt ties of tow or oakum anu scales of cop100O CONSUMPTION certain rstneJyBE tbe CUI of IU FUMIOXA s a for go back to the parish to settle the per It is apparent that some sort of a Iiutliiljiiiljiiunl luStockiOptloiuirlrUiUiE lull dihtlu mill COVKlVrXOVanilall diseases of tho innjra and affair because his wile was afraid to let him vessel is sunk thero though how it Ihii mirv loud to npld furtmiv AtldrtM 1 xiliiingo UoiHiits fre tlllhlnl Stink Tlntmt It Invigorates tlio brain tones up the go back camo bo far inland is a mystery and a rill TUB WHtlHnJ Hankers liilinin i system makes tlio wok strong nnd Is pleasant to Cox in relation to shaft will probably soon bo sunk to ex- Â¬ Cross examined by Mr at Novelties take 1rice Ono Dollar per liottloprice Druggists or S10 to 26 SiliBdrViJ5 Legislature and his plore tho matter A pamphlet connectlv a with the centby tborroprletoron ncelpt of uliubtu containing hlo to UOSciUMrllVDti absence from the Paokard Senate for ten k OUTllL PlOo anellcatlon to many certlflcuts of urtAi cIkks nnd fall dltvc Iotoln Witness stated his object was to days Uoih for ulug accoiupjiile cm I bottle or will be J II UUKFORDS SONS MamifactnrluB Publish Tho Markets tent rt to aur ad Irt s OatAIt U ilUSES 18 fort elect Plncbbaok United States Senator ers 1 1 1 to 1 17 Krankln Street Boston MS landt Hlreet Nw York Pinchback paid witness 1000 for ex Â¬ CINCINNATI Flour Extra J3 75t spring Established nearly fifty er 75 Witness then explained his return HBOflSj patent 1637 14 family penses aHICKERING INSTITUTE later to the Pnckurd Senate and submit ed Surrnnet2 7WW5i low gradw U 8033 75 Rye lluckwhtst flour tt 7535 20 The JLiitrcoBt Sohool for Youth a portion of 10000 of warrants on the State Sour 333 25 prime to choice red MJ81c and Young Men in tlio West Treasury rceived from Twitchell as secu- ariln toWlieat smber hill and white tSaOlc IMUFMTflRQO Can now obtain Patents or rJFTflStS prime choice 1 II IV I U n tMx jnVcnti0ns for 81 being 25 YEAKS STANDING U Tcnclters rity of pood faith to carry opt the schemo Kje 56358c Corn 429130 OsU 2630c Ray the appropriation bill ot 500 prime to Choice Umothy t9BjtO Mesa pork W 75 onethtrd oi the usual fee providing application Is of passing wiiii iim A thorough Classical Cclentlflc or Business Course any paper lie wisiirs to examino word iu a samo dictionary made during July and August after which the ness lib which he would Hud a 000 nut of which the Insane Asylum claims mo Lard prime kettle 77Jo Cotton vnv customary fees will be charged Apply at once to of Study Trep ratlon for the best Colleges guar niiaim la a aircuory ur n uwiu uuiu for 10000 held by witness wero to be paid 12c anteed Address logne A HUHHLK V S Intent Attorney A M Cluclunatl O U CHICKKIUNO Witness falling to have his claims cashed Flour Fancy M 4035 85 fam Â¬ J INDIANAPOLIS J 8 Apollo collapse of ily 14 6085 Ursin Whet No 1 reiT fall We Room MoCincinnati Building Corner of Fifth and by k reason of the the pertit cur tor M O Walnut Osts 2t2c new Western HTi v TSts HurraeI a ePllM lisrsosr the Paokard Government ret ined the Corn 43c Bulk meats mixed J6c 6c clear rib wontomit - tjhoulders Bait ItlNO Wobu THE AMOUNT OF MONEY TO BE EXPENDED HcHiirut give any Hye collaterals without being able to ItiicuMtUNCtnOATiBsiiUiirti Idea 6ic Lard6c Sugnr Pickled hsms 0390 very good reason why he shou d retain UogaIJ634 20 UATttu Asthma DiiriraiKiu rcmons holiaviliailllttloixirlcncoasadvertls n bts and sit uljess of the Picir them Witness Bald nineteen Packard rrsottiii baton pretty tfeitr nnieiMHiidliig of what extrs and jIloop II D KOWLK Flour Fancy LOUISVILLE they would like to du but aro eutlioy Ignorant ot Senators were interested in tho half million famUy 13 7 34 21 A No 1 tt1333 25 Grsln CO Dostonsnd Montreal SfetS tbepwlmblocost scheme and Packard promised the bill Whest No2 red 80a amber and white 8gWc Bom every wuere sit iajiho Wo luno made out for such n person ft plauof nd Bend for Circulars when passed should become a law Witness Corn whlteM3c mixed 41o Oats mixed 280 of vertlliis calling for anlinotiuiut our tWaudpii customer dla No 30 siibnilttlugitfur apprntal found stated he was n member of an association in Usy tOOIl Pr ton Mess lork JlOQiO 60 Lard ANU mused at thoiimgultuiloof tbo exp n ho uot hav choice leaf in keg i the Senate in 1876 and 1876 which included eholcs lesflnllotierce nrRKaidWAY of making a FORTUNK without viiTiN WKinwo ins contemplated an enprudltiiro ouojillng S3M or 9c Cotton knowledge of business For advebwehs linn In aw lift caw labor wiiuld liimUtu svvttl It O the of capital or Gov AntolneT C Anderson Twitchell cirterUar nt thocominencemiiit nf Ilia tat gut Int Inn the question VV rienstJuisjrtlmtjrousasw NEW YORK Flour Superflns Stats and West Â¬ full particulars whichV will bo given grxtultojislr Burohard nnd others for corrupt purposes ts East Sutb St Mew York write J U DELEKUV How ninth liiiity ro you pre had Urn nskiilt 434 SO They received ern S3 4033 8 common to good extra Ihey wero nineteen of them pared to deoto tothitudvrtislngV 14 S 3 75 common to choice white bill and 20 good to choice 30000 for passing the levee wheat extra 85806 60 common to good extra 000 for passing tho State House bill Eaoh Ohio 913515 com won 10 choice SU Lauii extra member of the association received 2000 family J39 Vu7 Minnesota patent extra good to THE CONFIDENCE OF ODR PATRONS A MAT rye of the money Twitchell was President and prime 183775 Grain Wheat 75c9l 23 Mm Oftta 80387c 68A61CJ corn 4848o T C Anderson Treasurer prima steam 7203 Lard TER OF PRIME IMPORTANCE pork newJ10 87 The Potter Committee at Washington re 7Wc Wool iiomeaue fleece 23vo pulled I83 v I oalle t Kellogg on the 13th and examined 87c unvalued I038O0 Texas 12327c mttr 1 nrima Imnortanco tons forth vurposuof maintaining onr iufltiencs with pitbll h him at length but nothing of n important PHILADELPHIA Flour Western superfine them uudrrttnoil It shall come to ersthat statements aboutl the advertising among rloiif Committee FenoiylTnl Western extra S834 character was divulged and the 2 6033 to b that our UnnraoU extra family extra family 1535 60 this d journed to meet at Atlsntio City in a week l edoiie art toba relied tipon and urnotto dtllug with our adveriltlugpatronatomnst 2 Wheat rennsyliinla winter end our Before the New Orleaus Committee on 14 Mas 10 rnniylTana amber tt 0531 red 08 upon a basis ot mutual coufldeuio and good faith r 0531 bo the 13th Henry C Flsk testified concern lenntylTanla white tt 15l 18 Corn jeUow ing his connection with Ihe affidavits of Western 48ct mixed WesUrn 47c Oata whits Dlx Hobbs and Williams that they had Western 293310 Heaa pork rump mess 10 253 ENTITLED TO ODR BEST OOR CUSTOMERS and city Lardi heard Wilder say Weber did not sign tho 10 M rendered butchera make eJ97orefined test Jc Andersou Weber agreement and that kettle and crude 7K barren Petroleum SERVICES la BM8W Anderson did not swear to it Witness 10c HTOUS MARKETS Tin iimaluirariimirmlna thUadtertUement I photographed from corroborated the testimony of Hobbs and lb suit mid s a cornel repnmitatlou wear doing the advertising far any in Whenever HtoaMci Williams that Wilder msde such states dltldiuil cr firm wo coiulder lln nt tullllM to our Two pece Hulls Iki Thm plitMtiill II v sent by mall postago paid Ilvo oiniore ulti by ex 11- IIm AlAILn bv- - ilhnliut biitViartj which lair ui ilieit scrxltea If they sussist using a mentsbut contradicted Williamss statement mJea iucuiuui U5CI lidrtOI tfAt1 -a - vw 4A4VJO-- press charges paid by good ihlppen Wu aro manufacturing liru DUiubcrs of tin so suits for tbo Summer Trade ami o know to tionot tho Wit for thepiirpoto wssay so 3K4 its that he Williams did not read or authorise fir im11 hniYY oxem 5rtt4o and fair to cool Wo often expiiidn good ileal iiunle and finely trimmed In Drown or I ack Jiended aiidsltathariasoiit certain statements made in his second foxim a M 3aUo for sTIlliht and heavT Qualities have already SOLD THOUSANDS Tlifi aro will if tlmufor oncry small adrrllr much inr thau r J aI their patrnna is would wiirratitsbntw iin1 trgcr lts m ulo to order when desired wlliiitreStr the proKlt with whits piping Bust iiuasnies from H to uu kwu mh aUaIaji affidavit Witness said the affidavit was Bnoei V4JinuiUU HI lau til buvvv tiny entrust to 0fflj 90 fair to good chargs Owlut to tlieexorbltaut charges iiitdub drvMiiuikris at lint putut time for making tjiiti the aro cuntent miInltiiencafii our us Vihat thryftavs to fJ 8M4o Hog1 Common good packing grades twice read to Wll iams direction dUburw aud ft 40 economy In buying suits ready made at such low figure Is plainly seen To ladles acting aa agents ami teud agaot their mmidt aud acquaintances the patron I 9M 20 fair to Commissioner UglitSlit J selected butchers tt Henry Reed colored 4 10 of Mi of Elections In the Fourth Ward illc your Niime Vostofllcc tt Ing orders for ten suits we will glte ONE SUIT VltKK In sending crders Beef Cattle Choice to beit steers WestFellolana Parish testified regarding his lBUFFALO per JOO lbs J g4 shippers steers County and State very plain that no mistake will occur Send money by Iteglstered Letter Money Order 81ftS SO ifsI4il73 EttrattHvt Aw York Tima Be i S0t 0 before the Returning Board hffidavit 4 GOgi 80 medium shippers steers or Dank Draft We guarantor satisfaction In every case Each purchaser It entitled to Fosters New Veil bulls were scaroei and Scissors Address all orders to general offico of U W I iiMTKH ing shown the original ho said ho had light butchers grades 3 003 73 o Ten t niiaoit llsleil tears ago Idessrs Oeo T Bowell A CoetUlf 33 i0 tibecpsud UmU lalr togocl HI Cblragu III Oropler through auy Hank In Chicago HrAncli nil Cherry St Kntitut Cltv Mo their ajvertl ng aaeucy in new lurnunr signed It Didnt pay muoh attention to stockrrs cuuductiil S3 5891 per 100 lUt choice West VltvuHiri llt y aUorbrd tho bitslliita on lltl till Western tho oath as he didnt kiss tho Bible though em sheepsheen byJIr JuhiilIi4iprwliowastli9 flr1 II Mat 23 Iambi 13 Ulii 60 Hogs kludKf enterprise Nuir tliey Iiav tho Mtlifaclluii the witness didnt kiss the Bible o doy he Yorkers hesyy hogs 11200 20 per lbs initcvnipKioiMlvir I V Wit 4 40 said he was going to tell tho truth nn wu lUlUKvllllllsXl im Mlilvn IM uess In detauduuled most of the statement ono Which wuimi un UrtfT Jlr ik mimi iu uhj uuci KEW YORK 3ef Catlltt OrJIrfary to fair stilt mtrylut tbii Thfy liMti4uwilM In working in the affidavit saying they were not author Â¬ fed bulls 103 M per 100 lb Hrs weight ordluary thuroiighty sin lowiincouiplel liusluvl Infaw ised that they had been put in by the to good natiio stents OgiOo pwib to dress St to twwsprr trmatlo luthud that lis ihkhg In whl prima 67 lbs writer ot tne paper auu ue uiu not con Aioko to tin gr newt i to areas extra stm I0VC sitrnt of Amtrlcft cutajtbotic Inlitvstlng tbo Iu wlldiilliifcruuiloii upuilall twH lbs Xxpurfrs a responsible sider himself niliftllMl Is llaced readtly at the disposal f lha tQO heau at iuhivhc ia arena po to i ius took V public Charlts Geeks sworn E L Weber stop- - Slie p and Lambs Sales mads oi sheep at irtlo ped a few week ago at witnesss house lierlUt lamtM tKilOHa enoicej ou exira Qiatl I feald ho was going to Washington and tint and J erst y lm Hoiss fslet wers mads lSJ7tV coarao tolak Ohio hogs alive at ft O0tSQ per he had ibe Sherman letter in Ills pocket On July 15 at New Orleans Isaao W Pat tbllbs a W want lriilu esswgetlo lentlemcn nnd laxly Agents at gnce and will glvs jrousxclustvo territory ot ton Chairman ot Democratic Stata Qch Cttlle lkt stein BAST UIIEKTY welH ofyonr order forjnio ontat whlclt coils oibu 1100 to commencs wllh VTswlll glvs you W HP i4 7SM twr tws Iba cSmmoa to fair steers m 1 3 tral Committee in 1879 UaMCad that Ihlbklelaihta fcWU M1 W1081U ctnt profit ou ll orders largifnnd small Now Is tho lima Iu commence Vtu can surty mako HW per Adwsou bout October Ho proposed fco M maae ot tneep st w so uH monlli Steady employmeut Address general office that it Mi JJcwocrsvs weaw sapper 4SHrMlt- for Careae Wa weald giro team twa W0Olihl skkxi tk iwkei rungs for Ohio and bars tf the Gmm1 AsaawUy MdlSCOfo ysisylwuta Havosa missHhw sxtara aad double 1M0 DatttecraMe jaajrky la EaifteiM sirs ltkMsS4 UMtWa Wstes 8 c t touiblog Bad V MAMHM S CUtiiAf l la Ap iWiJBillJS tut snlt SiiauJ V OfiAA Bfsxti at Kansas Oity Ho ssWEjWVa fasiak ttsMBslsi Â¬ do so The Potter Committee was engaged all day July 11 at Washington listening to the examination of Senator Kellogg by General Butler The points of his case were these A Paokard Legislature was legally elected and legally recognized It mode a loyal canvass of votes for Governor under tho Slate law and found Packard elected by a better voto than Hayes J that as a matter of fact after assuring the election of Packard it was necessary to make a further rejection of pnrlshes o two of Hayes Electorswho had run behind tho ticket that the Nlcholls government was altogeter illegal and more Â¬ stated were made to me by tho parties named Witness detailed at great length occurrences between the time he came to the city with returns and the time of his final protest showing the efforts made by prominent Republicans to induce him to make a protest Witness gave the names of persons in the parish who would swear to violence and intimidation and went tin and brought some of them to the city Witness did not feel justified in making the protest and would not have made it butfor tho per sistent eflorls of Governor Kellogg Campbell and others importuning him to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The witness conld not entertain the proposition but telegraphed for McCabe In Feliciana He came down and talked with Anderson about his treatment of the people Anderson finally agreed to go bsok if they Patton ogtccd with would cash his scrip McCabe to pay one hundred and fifty dollars of the amount Witness gave Jenks fifty dollars Jenks said ho would not take it as a btlbc but as n loan The Committee received from Chief Clerk Tomlinson a corrected list of the employees of the Custom house Secretary of State Strong produced a consolidated statement of the Supervisors of protested parishes and pointed out interlineations and irregularities as to protests etc and delivered the original papers to tho committee In Now Orleans on July 10 A J Rey nolds of West Feliciana Parish testified that he walked with Mrs Jenks nt Donaldson vlllo in 1877 from Webers houso to the hotel Mrs Jenks nsked me if I didnt think D A Weber had the Sherman letter on his person when killed I had a conversation with D A Weber after the election He told me he was not going to mnke a protest John Clegg of Lafayette Parish Secre tary of the Senate testified there was no pro test on the original returns of Supervisor Veasy made up by witness at Veazys ie quest Veazy swore to them and brought them to New Orleans where another set whs iftade throwing out three polls and giving the Republicans four hundred more votes than the original sta ement J W Armstead oolorcd of West Fell clana Parish tesllocd he made affidavit before the Returning Boatd said it was pre paied in the Custom house Witness never read it and now denies many of the statements made therein Andrew Duncan colored Republican of West FellciJnn testified regarding the organization of the Democratic colored clubs in tho parish Ho believed from the first the Democrats would carry tho parish The negroes complalnedof ba government etc lie mado an affidavit in tho Customhouse after the election Tbe affidavit was not read to me Didnt know what they put in the paper The affidavit being read ny Mr Stenger witness denied most of the statements made therein and said he did Never made such not authorizo them statements Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ workmen discovered a small iron chest buried deep in thd ground Tho work mon and tho Convent pcoplo refuso to tell what it contains nnd tho town has been thrown into no smntl excitement over tho discovery A HOIKNT18T says anelo worms do not sutler when put on tho hook They wrigglo around out of pure joy wo sup- Â¬ pose tho samo is a man does when a good looking woman steps on his corns Geo P Rowell 10 Co Spruce St New York v- V THE OBJECT OF OUR ESTABLISHMENT An Iowa couplo who had decided to separate but could not agrco about tbo possession of their baby flunlly settled tho matter by selling tho infant to a neighbor for fifty dollars ANTI FAT 0O3EHTTX3IJ rt Tho UllEAT REItrOV for Tiik Griiat Family Medicink Dr 3NTO 353 Wilhofts Auti Perlodio or Fever nnd Ague Tonic No case of Incurable Chills has yet ALLANS ANTI FAT presented itself whero this sclcntifio and safe medicine hns been employed No case Is purely vegetatd and perfectly harmless It rets upon tho fowl In tho utoiuacli preventing Its tielns has been found so obstinate as to rt ist its converted Into fat Taken III ncrnnlnnia with 1l pereon fnm In to five It prompt and masterly action No man Iris Tectlniis per will reduce week been so reduced by malarial influences but pound orputence Is not only a disease Itself but the with its use has como up perfectly reconharbinger of others1 So wroto Hippocrates two years go structed No pills or purgative required thousand so to day and what was true then Is none with this medicine WiiEELOCK FinlaY A the lessby itruggltts or sent by ezprets npon rc Bold Co Proprietors New Orleans Foil Sale ctlptofllJO Quarter dozen ttoa Address BY ALL DrUOOISTS BOTANIC MEDICINE CO Â¬ Onr Newspaper Adrertlslna Biireait No lOfprrie Ptrcet New York Is an enitbllsltlnent Intendeil to of facilitate the roiivrnletit aiul sratruintlfl advertisements In new pnpi tis roiidiu led upon the prlncl pl Mhlcli ue tnncrltctolxi tlio rlllit ouc for securing tlio best results to tho adnrtlser Weitndirtaketo rrpriscnt Aiuerlcnn Newspaper not only tbo newsrrrs of tli city nf New York and of all nther Aimrlritu dries riellslous Agtl wipnpers but also tho cultural and other chit n iiitIio rrsnlartyand small country journal kerprn fllo the dally aud nkly newspapers of every dcscrlptlutithrvughuiit tho laud rrlst 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IF j IR tlio Best 3 FERTILIZERS SMITH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE SCIENCE OF LIFE rjeRT 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ father-in-law- OUR PROMISE Â¬ Â¬ 3300X 1 7 Mzm toil aSMi 11 Â¬ Â¬ KS W itTit - IS SALVE 1 Â¬ Â¬ 20 50 1 25 PATEWTS Â¬ t snpr wn 99 Â¬ ri nxr IMPORTANT 88c MEW DISCOVERY o T i o es swm Stnfe A x to Â¬ Iiadieri Exquisite GRASS 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lire crowd iillMjI aamM Ayers -- Sarsaparilla IVr Scrofula nnd nil fiorofulous disensPk Krviil peliis Hose or St AuUio nvs Fire Eruptions ntul TKAH8PAHENT TEACHIH8 CARDS In ptruct Ititi inilfAliiuortit iit ciinitilncitinput t nut tn lmrus uiul Oilier 2rt illiritTiitntllMlp rtcli ncut free for 2 J rcnti Utflni 1 ytliotll curoiuij ir4imiVniiiVlltVCo2llAntiHtNV ESTAIILISIIED iS6 r ttimmJri JMzzgSfflffitogL j f iV TO CO - UJ m d irt--5irS2- ivwt3 X aEaiifwi v- HARRISONS Panncnytr ULiil nml llqifcg JltilN Imlwepu rnitlvc nnd Per nil nny IniiTIn llcmktiuii the eltifitil oid lleclttciinuri 0fC7 Iruptlvo disease skin mm Hfli of thu Ulcorntloiis of tho Ilvtr Htoinacli KMnejn Luncs lliuilr ltistulrw WRITING INKS AND MUCILAGE I0 luintly li nmtlu Htf HHOWII IU M- llollnw iiflcrr tliQ I ire Ti nil tilin n einy i hpiircrrllilUiti rivriro it lin trill I urv nun i viiium rirn ri e t elm IIU III nu tlni nrnivi vrlif rtiaillij uml JrnJvlPli Uh inn n ir widil All llllli III n Ac Miv 1 A i ltoiiFO nldrOn UUVi nn i vim vi Willliiiiulmrg Nevr Vork nf Unit tlicml iHn ud TliandrcrlUcrtliuJtvi thin ii vss AGENTS tffflTO inni lrnrtil niw - Ir b Mini ii i -- tlM HJIIrCii MlHliln M- - 1 tMKV i rllilll lrtlu SMRSJIIii Hiifii MILLINE x V I N IvY Ito r y Mil circi o- - hkHTito n ScuIIh f3 M iitr IKJIIJif orca Itlicutnntisin iiimijuii tho Hones Sldo nml llcnd ilinease ngl3 ar iiit Tetter Sail Kliciiin 1I1IIIIIU3 Eijle Mjjnlnj Stir aui J llllltil- Head llinpwnnu Petunia For Sale hi all Leailiiif Stationem I tori nu AND IIARMSON INK CO 5 Murry Glrcot N Y flcerr Intii in Scniu THE JiJJST i THE MA UhET lnnln rivorKr Jet Black School Ink a Specialty k Him iNILj- - W K BARNES A iiAiiniNsiinm I raNi mie duwii nmt nne up from Ihii puf llivlng Jnil ret u nw I euiy M n her nprinj llUUDt tlintniiieri1 nnd the ulillNj enoriilly v rH ir Wuitli to iiirfii woAImVhoIiI It In only thin my dnrlijuYj Thntvoii11 lovo ilia pUPii Im old Lnrire variety of leiuti nt Witt li Con Wuc niwnrtinriil oPprinlH ni Witt tc V ChilhiuK or nll kinds nt WITT A COS COS Variety or Notion nt WITT Will he Hold ut Uottuui Price at WITT inyou do you think we ought In a innn Jiitlor who ii too Iny to nuppoit work nnd who cnuvnMrt tho eouuty Ju 1 lo get hin tci ni V Hut luirruli for Slatou Ilu given it to hem uhout light He will keep them out of the colored population fr -- rf 5 a Whnt in the most ngieeuhle committee over Stiiudiug eommilteo of tuo appointed which meeln every Kuiitrduy niht In lulk Notice U liercliy given that too under nhouttho fond untieipntioiln of fuliiin life niirned hy nuieeinciit with Mr divan the ho h lo evehnnge nvvoet mnilen ttiriitor tirijn itMor lui lukcuvhuiuo ol and I wouldnt tell for half the uuiicrc will huiiifforlli juiuidiivL tlui JlgnWKMUIMiK JLorinh for the deinocriitii ticket Mpmie Xkvvm He alone iauuthonMl In receive through from end to end Ociiuicincy vvill iliiiM for aulwciiptiotiH oud ndwrliheinilitx luulhili live in Kpito oingein iiul From lri dale- - TlivKiier vrilj ho mularl ll demngoguiM f ltreckenridge touit puldiihcd ns heretofore nnd forwarded to TeiiiplurH nml to the will nut do to run loud nil j idmcriUiM Ictkuh inidilcd Keep theiu iep into everj thing olfilco lor ueentilit of cillier8ttWriUiou or Jraogem unite nnd oti will he uiiiro tuuccjaful advertisement will please i3 llintpin tuui UlNAVVAV WTTHMIB 4WlUWlW llteuiuiluUial ifadvjii the onilfrnitiid L D JIamm MMt reHHwatiiUr Kl Kill he prcinlHi uf J JI WHtwmtli one inuU rMirv vam oll 4 1iuilt liigli Iglit All duen to tho UIrKKvniiiiKNi75jc of lilick V rin iiirki wtli lunt Ilmhlli Jlnt t tcoi ollv 1 ltr from internal ortiti ip staiiu in couiiT uofHiU Syjihllltlo mid Mercurial ills- DroW Dynpqwln Kiiiticiulioii HARDINSHURG KENTUCKY GO leitrnl DobiHty nnd for luiifylng Hm lilood of Cloverport Kontucky This Snisnimrlllf Li a coniltiimtion of B jll uMSl f ityHLlvWfirlll vegetablo nlteratlveu StllliiiRiti Man WJbnro ngcnln T r Ihe u lnlriitcl mid Hell AHH hillST UlASH IK KVKIIY WAV -- nhle JlMk All tlio tu Iiil Ism eric drake Yellow Dock with Iho Iodldei J Custom grinding every Thtti MUy Friday iim Wmrnnlol In lu Jruu In llivlr uiiincp They of Potassium mid Iron nml is the incut Inrjie ruppty if II iiliii hieji imiitititly nu hniiil ItV for nnd Saturday effiencious medlclno yet kimvui KTKIS ClltlUNOH IIUIMI Ml KTt litlliitirunl nml denrcM In LjtlwfililiijfiM Iho diseases it is intended to cum Ilour nml Meal kept counlnnlly ou hand Vice Iot nod Satinfiiitlou Otifirnnteed Ilu ingredients nroMiekilfiillycnin for mile UKKIIOKYA CO WhiufunMcr - CLOVHUlOltT KKNTLTKY hined that tho full iiltirntlve i licet of Clnttriinrl Ky1 Hivinjs houht the entire Mock nnd nliinii each is assured mid while it U m mild t n viimtivYv inriiieiii occiiiieu uv nir ino iiuiuui i inn J7h t htiisi n y ns to bo linnnless oven to children it ii or Ililronuge mlicllei OELZE nEiDEL OB ill so effectual as to purge out fiom tho rt HOVBQ In bstcni thoao iinpuritles and coiruplioip Lirsrcakhs and conpectioxs sal SMi 8lMi which uovciop Jiuo luaiuEome uiHeie Tlio reputation it enjoya is deilved icniiitl Hirer t Jlclmcn Main uml lie Hirer from ils cures nml tho confidence which MUAW AT A Mi 110UI1S ENTJCKY jjLOYERPORT prominent physicians nil over the louii Pliil iii Livery In ho liml nl thl Slihlo Your pnironno ia respectfully solicited Minru in nii ini ii ii iiiitki iiuiin w hi It provo their exiiuietico try repose lliriM iiuirdtd hy thellnv or Weiknl iuinu KKKD MSCMI All llunliicx will rceolvo rriiiniU Aiietiiiiin cf Its usefulness MlllKIt A llOVIOtlrl thlcrtf its virtues have Ceillficntcsnttesling accumulated mid aro coimtantly being 7 received mid as in tiny 6f these cases are mblicly known they furnish convincing ovidenco of tho superiority of this Sar Biipniilln over every othor nltcrntivo Sofcncriilly i Its superi medicine ority to nny other medicine known that Ai3 wo need do no nioro than to nssuro thu public that tho best qualities it has ever possessed mo strictly maintained All riinli rn if Hie Nkwi ilelrln fruit tieci iiiiiilil Hli I lliclr unkiri to ur leivi tlism with Sterility Leuconhojn nn siiirr FEtiT TREESl TTOHXK l A T LA 11 All Iludncr will rwilvu Prompt Attention THESfARlniLlS GREGORY r as llnery lleoUiint It Hi i y vi iiui S f iirluiiiit In Nc irniiil LeiniiVtc iimtw v u unit Itotmcti- - Trliiuii i4iviX milium niiV Lhlldreu Ilnl llllUKtl nml Mindrn mid Nital cri VUinrvrt Jt nml Ireneh Trii ivfnliiB H like Inilurvi lilh CltftV Kid ni id Thread litutfi lnllrKl 1 nil nnd lilt IIiiiiih Intsn ii line nf Nlitlin cxiiiiilno iiiidi nnd prkvj juniri mfV ImflriK liarSin April 15th l7fl rlncwlicrt - lirii i ttJ tJ5 WM BMBBT - STONE CUTTER CASH paid for WHEAT B1ILLES - Vlli JK JTS uy STONE MUBRA3S iaSt2QWJ5XSfraTIB r f Â¬ flTTiIi Kinnf nniiHitniiit iv H THE CELEBRATED COOKING TINWARE IUIIlAtirD nv Dr J CUTLERY C AYER wlHhvrr date iipMUhindififnrepAjijlij Any ouo iIiikiiij lliv cinu will lie liwerutljr ti ti ilti iiiiig n o tnt eunl to to T HAlivHi noditvi4 ciirucntly hpiyd nur licit lt Kj J M WnrwDiiTii ui tlmtthcKe uiiiohuti williiQiimmediately rp iniitttd toJiiuiT Kvery one now fuwngthc HOTICE NAffg llieeTwll plyaio rciuil ntoueu nil rehy ivipeetf illy itifoni mn We wiiiM ilhWiB T piitdv geuetnl uui mnV imnion jy frieudito nml thr have work ilunn In our line licit wish lheckeniidge county in entitled lo semi one of mm cnu he louml nt Iurdinn three young men lo the Agricultural and hurg Kyj oil tho 4nd nnd nil Momhvy ol Mechanical College at Icwiuglon Kx flee eneli inouili All work left with us will he of tuition fees Ihe County Judge miiii promptly rcpnirwljiunl iWivered n nmil at thoried to muko the nppoiutmeut Thi po mihle ynnrranvhen Clock s or Jew Wi in ouo of thu heat colleges in iho Souih or elry lied icpniriiTPpriring th in in West with an ahle faeuliv nnd will he moM guaniiltjiftiiiilnlaciiiiii in eiery ce i Jlourd nu tliuroiich in itn mnmigionent TlnftiljStlfr p v fivom vn would re he procured nt ihhiiiI two dnlhin per week pcctJiillv wiliiTt ii eiliuUAtiftof th am ilidullinciileutil cpcnsesnecd not exceed Hiio ii lUHpetiuiij r ten or fifteen ddhirs Jhis would mnki Clorrpnrt Ky the cost to n student to uitend ih- - eollegi P H II DlUY l leof 1iKV ten months tuition tree ninety or uiiictw Knnliiwiurg Kj livodidlart Though if one tfliould hutvill Wuter JiKid freili butter in in demand iog to noil on thu fnrm nttaehed to thu iiinluiii nef College ho will hi paid Iiy the nuihoiitiis V e lieml ii jilrcCtRIKinklcr of the College for hi w ork hy the hour and thus he could earn enough to pay hin hoard ndticeT Thin in n Slate and incidental expenses All ponn n linliiHfl ti tlv imtcrilcucd will institution outimly under the iiiamigciiient ltvv A Ait ilviiiii remit ntiurc and control of he Suite mid itn ohject is to The Nrtnw Ki ntu Uy Miiifit Iiiftltuti fumifh education to as ninny tin posriihle inuiluil Jlindiy July 2ml nn will fu e of charge Some of our young men dor tho m niHjfttiyciit if 1iot llrlmincr Tli fhoulil emhraco the oppnilunity lo pccurcn Mufluit hnul i liionloil nt tiiiiiii lJr Ihi in tin nhu uf the t ciiniisiiiti iv ith littfCTn no cont wliiiniy Tho IcriiM nc vyy rei inil the State Our country Hhould not go uurepreneuleil tcaclwr iiriSienlriuliWt nffnW t U i vul y Ut t ucinilrvii lnr duriiifi the uet fen ion fjaaiuicncing in fijipiiitutntlei fur niBiie lnver f iiiuIo tlil vit UiM f ir iuili kiixwludxu Scplemhiir ni lUh Iruf Iliiuiincr will ho nmlPttd hy to lrot J t lfrpn tcr Froiu 1vk date the Nkws will he pmY im r I ii n inil lo Indians BOLD UY ALL UIIUUOIBTS Jracllcnl A CO Lowell Mats mill Analytical Chrtnitts tVEBVWlIliUIt llnt R FlSritlR Aguit Cbvaroort Ky limit mil rriiiitoiijlittit Aiti-iU-- rruV nn ti In inni ttiwiiil flw inM Hi rliil i rlif ROOFING X GtJTTERINGr NS SPOUTING rirClN 1 Ihan rii unite in iiw Inftf nl worn fur t nn tiling cintlul nut lurlilied w will -- Inri v ii 21iir ilny nt Itlun niailv ffWi wiiiirn Iwy nint Ipy ili- - linlii Iiiih v Niwurk fur iih Xi glrlii uiuiti il 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llopecifully effort to imifcolho Ntvu woithy uf patron ugoiiiid nujiport io to SliIHIS this week for lhirtiiiui Mr J It Iloyle n lucrit wtimnhle and in lndieH fine Shoes worthy citizen of Cloverpout died from the QiTry Why will men smuhe tonimon effects of the heat ou Saturday last He tohiieeo when they can huy Mnrluirj llros ihosnnic in W fell ou Main Mrcct win curried into the XealiifXiiitJiCimiliiiii ut htoretoom of Vent A Smart nnd expired in u few moments lie wtis furenmn of the Ileu nntlv and fnt nseiilH nhorld uddicss Star Flouring Milln IlMtV llvttVKV A In Atlanti tin 1 Â¬ S P DR W B WHITE Resident All work Tlf t DOClnlts IlKlAl 6UW1Q1f5SSpu ROOMS io1 KAia DYING ETC A iXvTiJVf A-irsl ti kr- - 1 L BHOMC lllM rVITlllIK OK ALL Hithnint ilinintch tetlh the iniK no executed nnd l lCKIIIXItU4 ATTIMUli Til AT VII Hill ItX KIMlS 01 Ttwthis iwtii lit iinl ill Uuncncli tU lnIS554Sir1irtd Jiiii iiiiuiiii in T Arlllli-l-i- uf - 2MWrytSTfrvii - i i M3s i J Gcppor Tin and Shcot Irou Wares 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