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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w rVBLIBHKR THE J D MlJUACsB AND 1 NES tlO Fit I E NECreBi pLOVEFPOfT SUBSCRIPTION Kentucky PBIOES T0 R THE VOL III BRBGKENBIDGE Wo aro glad to sco that the mud holes ditches etc In our streets and crossings aro being filled with gravel NEWS NO 15 Congressmen etc ns provided by tlio Constitution nnd by tho leneral Statutes chapter 11 Klectlons for tho purpose of taking tho sense of tho legal voters In tnld District upon the proposition Whether or Not Spirituous Vinous or Malt Liquors Shall bo Sold Theroin Tho Clerk of the County Court is hcrcliy di rected to givo to the HhcrilT or other U nicer n cert fled copy of tho Order of tho Judgo of tho county uourt ns It appears on ins urucr jlooK withir ten days alter said Order Is mado And It Is further ordered that the Sheriff or other officer whoso duty it shall bo to hold said election shall be governed In his duties thoroin by Sections 3 nnd 4 of said Law nforcsaid A Copy O P JOLLY Clerk Attest j By lliox Jomt I 0 lljaiiA Son can lit Shoes and fit you In tho Shop jou in Root mid Iricc at their Jcw J F Slffl FOR THE Par year -iso Six months X Threa monthi One eopyonDvearfro for club often sobscrlbcrs jssrBuoserlptions must bo paid In advances WSTNo paptr tent beyond time paid fur E 1 i Independent in all things Neutral in nothing Principles not party Men not availability BARGAINS DAVID R MURRAY rhvj l edhingon OOU Enrons- - CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23 1878 Mr A P Freeman ngont for I JI Co of Louisville Ky ono of Baldwin tho most extenstvo Music dealers in Pianos Organs etc in tho Western States is doing Heavy frost in Kontucky Tennessee Mississippi and Arkansas Grcnf joy nil a good business in Cloverport and Hardinsburg Ho sold Mr R D Witt a fino piano through tho South 525 Dr J E Brown ono nt C50 nlso Tho ladles of Cloverport did valuable Mrs Jennie Jabino ono nt525 Mr N L service Sunday morning nt tho firo They llcnsloy ot Hardinsburg a line organ disputed every inch of tho flames by hand price Mr Freeman will sell pianos 225 ing water blankets etc and organs on timo Old pinnos taken in A fover that is pronounced yollow fovcr exchange by tho attendant physician Dr Cox is prevIf you want n Nico Boot or Shoo nnd n alent in n portion of Louisville This Nico t madoof Nico Materials and Nicely seems to hoist tho colors of Dr Blackburn modi A a Nice Cheap Cash price go to If the Democrats of tho 1st Congression- tho Nice New Shop of Ryan k Son who al District dont stick to their nominee they aro tho Nicest men and mako tho Nicest will very greatly jcopardizo tho cause of Boots you over had on your Nico feet Democracy J W Hayncs it Co nro receiving orders Henry Shrewsborry who killed a negro for nil kinds of work in Marble Give them woman in Woodford county hns been sen- Â¬ a call tenced to bo hang His counsel is pleading Ryan Son havo moved their New Stock for a new hearing into their New Shop where they aro mak Â¬ Dr Luko P Blackburn is becoming ing New Boots and Now Shoes at New Cash stronger every day for tho raco for Goicrn Prices and Cheap as you can ask or Tho man who beats him will irraco tho A P Freeman will sell you any kind of gubernatorial chair Piano or Organ you want nnd tako your old Mr W O Rodcs and Mr Jas D Smith ono in exchange Givo him a call nt tho whilo returning to Bowling Green in n bug Cloverport Hotel gy the horse became frightened and threw J W Haynes Co nro doing good work them out breaking Mr Rodes leg bolow fino work nnd Cheap work nt their Murblo tho knee and fearfully bruising Mr Smith Shop in Cloverport Ky Slab Monumental Scroll and Rustic put in tlni best style and There have beon 3619 deaths of yellow tho Finest of workmanship all of Puro fccr in Nuw Orleans and 11720 cases to Italian ntid American Marble put up on tho 15th of October Vicksburg Memphis oolitic base and Grenada havo suffered and aro still Mr A P Freeman agent for D II suffering heavy death rates Co of Louisville is selling bet Baldwin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho Dunk Is a canrildato for rc olcetlon ta tlio Lower Dank Horse of CONGRESS subject to a Demo tucky cratic Convention should ono bo called PERSONAL Urcckinridga Hank is not n National as somo suppose but is a Deposit Capt P V Duncnn is in Louisville chartered under an Act of tho Ken- Â¬ Mrs Mattio Lnllclstls visiting friends in Legislature Louisville charged Mr Lonnio Duncan Is visiting friends in colored Henry Shrewsbcrry Oar political editor lias bcon absent this with killing Huldah lrico colored has Cloverport week henco tho absence of political matter bcon found guilty of murder and Bcntonccd Mrs J Allen Murray is visiting at Eliza in this Issue to hang at Versailles Ky bcthtown Ky llM KI0TT PEOPLE at the Every jffook and Corner filled with the 0 yj Miss Anna Duncan has returned from her At tho Coliseum theater in Liverpool a falso alarm of tiro produced a panic and long visit to friends in Indiana Hon D R Murray is in Hardinsburg overybody mado for tho door and thirty five persons wcro trampled to death nttending Circuit Court Miss Suo LnHcist is visiting tho ExposiWilliam P or Bill Longly n notorious Order for Stephcnsport District tion nt Louisville outlaw who had killed eight men in his STATE 01 KENTUCKY nilKCKENltlDaE A B Skillman Esq is attending tho time six white and two negroes was COUNTY COUIIT Grand Lodgo at Louisville Ky this week hnnged at Giddings Texas October 11 Srr TKMntn Thru Soptcrubcr 1C 1878 Mr William II Sprigps and Miss Willio Jo M LaUcist lias gono to Louisville Tho Petition of tho roquislio number of the Wo want some public wells or cisterns in it may bo Wilson all of Hardin county fell so des legal voters of Stephcnsport District in ving been to get married fllod for this Term according to Section 1st of pcratcly in lovo thoy could not marry at town and wo want a hook and ladder com- Â¬ Revr J L Edrington will preach at Lib tho Local Option Law approved Jnntiary 20 pany Wo willjjurn up ono of theso days home but took n trip to Jcflcrsonville 1874 and tho Court being sulDciontly adrlsrd erty or Hardins school houso next Sunday I Indiana and had tho matter fixed up Mr from a to z and not ft drop of water to at directs tho Shurin or other officer whoso duty 11am It shall bo to h ld tho election to open a Poll provent springs in his great joy looK on board a In said district nt tho next regular Blalo Elec- Â¬ Rov A Ji Miller will preach of tho Bap Â¬ quantity of over joy ran away and refused tion held therein to wlli On tho 5th dny of Hon Brutus J Clay died of malarial tist church next Sabbath at 11 a m and nt November 1878 said election being to elect to pay his hack driver fever October 11 Ho was ouo of Ken- night Congressmen etc as provided by the Constitution nnd by the leneral Statutes chapter 33 Tho Grand View Monitor says that tuckys honored sons Ho represented his Tho Misses Burks of Holts Bottom who Elections for tho purpose of taking tho sonsoof twelve tramps lay down to sleep in ono of county in tho Legislature and was a mem havo been quito sick wo nro glad to henr the legal voters in said district upon the prop Â¬ osition Whether or Not Spirituous Vluous or tho cako ovens near Fountain Mills Fay ber of tho Thirty eighth Congress aro improving Malt Liquors Shall be Sold Therein NOW s tho TIME to SAVE MONEY tto Co Peun during the night tho oven Tho Clerk of tho County Court is hereby diDr C T Rhonds is having tho old Fisher Mr nnd Mrs Conquest wcro murdered broke through from tho weight and let tho rected to givo to tho Sheriff or other officer n house painted and refitted with a viowof certified copy of the Order of tho Judgo of tho men down into a raging fiery furnaco below nnd their houso burned over them in Clio County Court ns it nppenrs on his Order Book Michigan October 11 Their charred re opening n hotel Tho next morning their charred bones wcro within ten days after said Order is made Wo understand that Mr J G Stephens mains with thoir littlo baby also were found hooked out and buried without ceremony And it is further ordered that the Sheriff or in tho ruins with their throats cut and their family who havo been quito sick with ma other officer wboso duty it shall bo to hold snid election shall bo govcrnod In his duties Somo of our exchanges aro discussing skulls crushed in laria fever aro improving therein by Section 3 and 4 of said Law afore tho best and safest way to meet a vicious Hon J D Bcldon Republican candidnto said Ono of our exchanges says a great num dog One says always tako off your hat A copy for Congress will speak in Cloverport Fri Â¬ ber of tho young men in his town havo gone O P JOLLY Clerk Attest and hold it between you and tho animal day tho 25th of October By Horace Allkx D C to watering places for theii health The and you aro safe This ia cood theory Mrs Rosn Holt is visiting her son Dr J The Cincinnati Enquirer says a boy in ter and cheaper Pianos and Organs than but observation teaches us tho way to meet continuance of thjir ill health depending R Holt Order For Union Star District of this place nnd is suffering from that city committed suicide by drowning you can get anywhere Call on him at tho on tho length of timo Circuit Court con- Â¬ a dog is to meat him and whilohe is eating nn attack of inflamatory rheumatism STATE OF KENTUCKY BBKCKENUIDan tinues name wns Henry Kippist and ho was seeu Cloverport Hotel that piece you had better climb a treo or From nil parts of tho country reports como COUNTY COURT Cnpt J M Whito has gono to Now Or years of age Ho becamo incensed nt his of tho lmmcnso sales nnd increasing demand for jump into tho houso or over tho yard fence Bobbages ten cent Lunch is distressingly Grovo Kennedy who was sentenced to leans to tako command of tho Steamer SrrTEunna Term September 1C 1878 tlint dcsorvlngly popular sowing Mnchlnc Tho J mother because sho would put no butter on generous STAXDAnD Tho Petition of tho requisite number of tho Old nnd Reliable the prlco of Wo learn from tho Panlagraph that the the penitentiary for life got a hearing in M White tho largest boot on tho Western his bread legal voters which tho proprietors wisely reduced to 20 Mr A P Freeman will tune your Piano filod for this of Union Star Ditrict hn ine boen Including all tud attachments nnd at onco no board of health in Bowling Green has met tho Supremo Court nnd tho decision of tho waters Term according to Section 1st of Hardinsburg for you and sell you a now Piano or Organ mo Locai upllon Law approied January ZB cured for them a popularity among tho people consulted and decided that there havo been Lower Court was reversed and Kennedy Tim Necdham tho great temperance 1874 and the Court being sufficiently ndvlscd fnr beyond that over jet attained by any other Aye tis finished I has a new trial Kennedy is a great out-Â¬ Cheaper than you can get ono anywhere twelve cases of native yellow fever in that man of Kentucky was married on the 3rd dlrocU tho Sheriff or other officer whoso duty machine at any prlco the consequence of which law nnd ho will bo hard to convict Ho Tho court was not pressed with business He is at tho Ciovcrport Hotel placo and three deaths Some of the most it shnll bo to bold tho election to open a Pull is agents nro leaving tho obi high priced ma- Â¬ inet to Miss Ratio Smith of Williamstown in said district nt tho noxt roirular State Elec chines and seeking territory for the Stan Â¬ last week learned physicians of tho placo nro in tho murdered his cousin Ky Wo tendor our congratulations Strayed Knowing from oxpcrlcnco that with tion held therein to wit Ou tho 5th day of dard S Miller however a learned bo a strong pull for locnl op From my home near NefTa Mill about tho nomnoer Dr J board Thcro will Mr John J Williams of Ohio county ibih said election being to olect tho best goods nt tho lowest prlco they can out- Â¬ Henry Hands ono of our compositors sell all other Machines whero tho superior qual Â¬ 15th of August last ono red nnd wbtta tpottod Congressmen etc ns provided by tho Constitu physician of that placo nnd of tho board of ufter a days work complained to his fumily spent last week in Louisville sight seeing tion hero nt tho November election Chls splen- Â¬ cow two years old allin keen horns Marked tion and by tho leneral Statutes chapter 33 ity nnd low prlco Is mado known health dissents from tho above decision and of feeling nnw ell snid ho believed ho was It being about fifteen years sinco ho wns Judgo Stuart lectured to a crowded houso with a In tho right ear Any in Â¬ Election for tho purpose of taking tho sense of did Machine combines nil the improvements calls it a high typo of malignant fovcr taking another chill layed down on tho bed there before thcro wero but few houses that hero on last Tuesday night on tho subject formation given will bo thankfully received tho legal voters In t ild distriet upon tho prop- Â¬ Is far ahead of nil others in beauty and dura- Â¬ light rewarded osition Whether or Not SpirituouB Vinous or bility of its work easo of management J 1 UOAUD Ho suys givo John Barley and liberallyWalc Ky of toinpernnco and died in a few minutes Mr Williams looked familiar to him running nnd certainty of operation is sonribty Prince of Wo sco by tho papers that our friend no3 3t Malt Liquors Shall bo Sold Therein- lift out of this community made upon sound principles with positive work- Â¬ Corn a health Tho Clerk of tho County Court is hereby di Â¬ Capt Chas Vanmetcr ono of tho genial was ono of Ohio countys best citizens Mr Freeman will tune your Pinno Call rected to gh e to tho Sheriff or other officer a ing parts all stcol and can be salely put down Clinton McClarty mnnogcr of tho clear- Â¬ A big whito frot Friday nicht proprietors of tho Grayson Springs nnd Hartford Herald ccrtlffcd copy of the Order of tho Judgo of tho as tho very perfection of n Serviceable Sewing ing house Louisville Ky wns in town last on him at tho Ciovcrport Hotel County Court as It nppenrs on his Ordor Bouk Machino in every particular that will outlast Mrs Kate Overall wcro married in Paducah Subscribe for the Bueckeniiipok News Mr H It Hagail a tobicco grower of any Machine nnd nt a prico fnr down below within ten days niter said Order is mado week Wc extend to the parties a most earnest Marion And it is further ordered that tho Sheriff or nny other It Is thoroughly warranted for fio county Kentucky sold last week Tho Hnrdiiibburg fair commenced jes And sent congratulation and wo hopothat theirs may several hogsheads Kept In order freo of charge Tho town paps will plcaso remember tho other officer whoso duty It shall bo to hold years of tobacco in Louisville tcrday said election shall bo govcrnod in his duties to nny part of tbe Country for examination by bo a happy peaceful life Wo are glad By duck pond in front of Beard Bccleis somo means things begun to look sus Wo FOR theroin by Sections 3 and 1 of said Law afore Â¬ tho customer before payment of tho bill that the Captain has triumphed Overallln Givo us somo public wells nnd cisterns to store can predict equally ns Inrge a demand for them said picious and on examination was found In this section as in othors Families dcstrlng ficcuriug this prize and that tho brido will A copy JameVE Stone Jr V G Babbnge and 300 pounds of ronnuro prized between tho put out firo tbo best Machino manufactured should writo Attest fl V JOLLY Clerk in the Van meter husband in all his wishes brakes The city Ernest Haswcll were appointed Examiners And enterprising per Â¬ By IIorack Aliri D C direct to the Factory autoritics thought it best T Tucker of Richmond Ky hanged most reasonable- prices tho nnd expectations I havo for talc at sons wishing to soiio tho chanco should apply for Beeckenridgo county during Circuit for Mr Hagan to ariso and explain to tho himself last week following cattle Sco advertisement for so doslrablo an ngency court with One agod bull Ooncral Yfashington Order For Hudsonville District in another part of this paper Address Stan Â¬ Tho Henry Democrat published nnd city coutt The Republicans clean Ohio by a major- Â¬ pedigree dard Machino Co Cor Bruadwuy and Clinton Eli II Brown of Louisville was in town STATE OF KENTUCKY DRECKENllIDOE Placo New York edited by Will S Marshall Jr at New CasOno cow Sallio Illnkle with pedigree icptll ly A Fulton N Y mnn laid his finger on ity of n littlo over 3000 lost week COUNTY COURT Four cows Maggie Strawberry Suo B nnd tle Ky is a newsy paper and full of good u table in front of a buzz saw to feci the Ella O SKmunsit Tkhu September IB 1K7S Babbage can do uny kind of Job work things Tho citizens of Henry couuly will Whn uod fnrTthrumiitim SoroThrnnt Alto tho following calros of ioncral Wash momentum of air Tho saw was going so McDanlels Tho Petition of tho requlslto number of tho Lunio Hack Neuralgia Sprains llruiscs you want Cheap givo it n liberal patronage It is devoted fast thot tho teeth ington t legal toters of Hudsonvillo were not to be seen His District having Cuts Contracted Muscles Stiff Joints Its grenso wo want now tilr Richard ngod 7 months Colonol Scott uci u uicu lor lu s to tho interests of tho Democrat party and finger was token off xerni according to section Corns und Dtirns on human beings nnd Whilo ho was look- Â¬ Come out of that duster Finger slings nro cheap in town now 6 sged 9 months 1st of tho Local Option Law approved January Spin in Ring Hone Galls Cuts Scratches has tho namo of tho Hon J C S Black- ing Theso calves aro beautiful reds with some 20th 1874 Mr J Frost Esq is in town at it tho foreman camo up with tho cents n thousand and no purchasers and tho Court being suffiiloutly nd etc on animals Coussons Lightning Lini Â¬ white burn nailed upon its mast head for Congress question vlsod directs tho Sheriff or How did you do it Wear your old Why This Is nn opportunity for those desiring duty It shall be to hold tho other officer whoso ment is uncnunlcd and its cllect simply Dont cry boys they nro married now nnd hard to buy n now overcoat times nro too We wish it great success and hopo it may 1 election to open n ono put my finger down so Short Horn to gat them nt rensonhble prices As its nnmc suggests it is quick answered he Poll in said district at tho next roirulur Slain electricnl you cant help it reach tho family of every man in its county placing tho other forefinger o a KUivrz Tobacco is very nenrly ill cut in this Election held thoreln to wit i On tho 5th day of to relieve and thousands boar witness to its us he thought B I will have seven or eight head of novemoer If astounding virtues part of tho county about half crop lrico 50 cents For Tho Stnto of Ohio in tho lato election ioo tho abovo named cnttlo at tho llardlmlurg Cnngres smen oto saiu election bolng to elect solo by A It FISHER Cloverport At a recent meeting of tho Board of woll nway from tho tooth To his horror Ky as provided by tho Constitu- Â¬ Wheat was rather short hero and corn Fair tho saw took that one too clean off at tho went Republican by about 4000 tion and by tho leneral Statutes chnptor 33 and Education F Walter Esq was appointed J M TAYLOU llnrdinsburg Ivy will bo very scarce by Spring A great no 13 tf Webster Ky Elections lor tbo purpfiso of taking the sonso scpttly trustee to fill a vacancy and A B Skill second joint many will havo to buy Gen Wm T Ward died in Greonsburt of tho legnl voter In snid District upon tho man treasurer in placo of Lewis Moor- Â¬ Ky Saturday Oct 12th Bacon Is ouskcrspcilt our sides rattle proposition Whother or Not Spirituous Vinous Wo learn from the Hartford Herald that like dry hides for tho want of n littlo of or Malt Liquors Shall bo Sold Therein man deceased Mr Walter vias author Tho only son of JefT Davis died near that same extract it tins not been so on last Friday Mr G B Hockcr nnd wife The Clerk of tho County Court is hcrchy di Â¬ ized to act as collector and students and rected to give to tho Sheriff or other officer a Many persons havo been left their premises in tho caro of their son Memphis the 16th Inst of yellow fever scarco for ynrs others indobted to tho Board will cull on certlflod copy of tho Order of tho Judgo of tho without for somo timo Minor At nightfall two nogroes npprouch KENTUCKY Wo nro authorized to mako Liberal Ad- Â¬ County Court as It appears on his HARDINSDURG Tho Howard Association has had to send him and pay up Tho school is progress Â¬ Cannon Rhodes L Mitchell aro winding vances on Consignments of Tobacco to tho within ten days after said Order is Order Book tho houso nnd demanded of young Hockr mide Will practtco In all tho courts of Brcokcn nurses to Bowling Grcon to nurso tho yel- un their tobneco prizing for this year ing well and with payments promptly And It la further ordered that tho Sheriff or his money and furiously nttneked him with and adjolulng counties They havo bought somo good tobneco nnd nkno named firm New York low fovcr mado by all so that tho teachers can bo other officer whoso duty It shall bo to hold said rldo Deeds Mortgages etc and nil legal Instru- Â¬ knives a hand to hand fight ensued in H V DUNCAN nro shipping it to Now York Thoy say it election shall be govcrued In his duties therein ments carefully prepared P V paid we havo overy reason to anticipate There wns not n singln marringo licenso bents tho Xouisvillo by Sections 3 aud 4 of raid Law afuresaid market one thtrd was moro Titles imestigatod and nbstracti furnished a satisfactory result as tho fruits of their wmen young uocKcr black demonsthan a Issued in Sholby county from Aug 12th un- Louisvillo will havo to turn over n now Ienf no 13 Cm A Copy match knocking tho Prompt nnd careful attention given to nil right a P JOLLY Clerk Attest I competency and faithfulness or sho will loso a great amount of her trade no 11 tf business entrusted to mo LOCAL OPTION and loft Ho got hold of his gun and the til Oct 2nd By Dion Jolly D 0 Little buyers as well as jargo in tobacco To the voters and officers of election In Har- Â¬ fled Young Hookers coat was litTho man who was the inventor of a labor robbers THE GREAT CAUSE Clifton Hudsonvillo You can get nuy kind of book paper or ones are beginning to seek other markots dinsburg Cloverport OF saving machino was onco considered a great erally cut to pieces and n gash over his eye magazino you want at J D Babbngos Financial mutters aro exceedingly dull Mills Union Star and Stovensnort Districts Order For Clifton Mills District horo nnd nltogother tho outlook is bnd notice is horeby given that ou the fith day of STATE OF benefactor Wo wcro prono to regard KENTUCKY cheap for cash DKECKENRIDCIE enough With tho present stringency in November 1878 tbe senso of tho voters will A special dispatch to Louisville Evoning China as behind tho ago bedauso she proCOUNTY COURT bo taken in each of said Districts upon tho News from Richmond Ky dated October What is tho difference betwoen n hog in money matters together with short crops proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or Skptxubeb Tirk Septcniber 16 1378 Jmt fullithcd in a Scaled Entcloitt hibited tho introduction of machinery into tho prospect is that a hard year is before therein The orders On Sunday whilo engaged lit tho pen and ono at tho butchers shop malt Tho Petition of the rcmiislta number of tho lit ctuli tho celestial empire Her statesman argued 15 says us By strict economy tho pcoplo can mado liquors shall be soldby tho Brcekeuridgo purpose A Lecturo on the Naturo Treatment nnd Ans Six cents per pound bridge over and good crops noxt year will Countyfor thatand delivered to mo by thoCountv legal voters of Clifton Mills District having as a reason for such policy that her im cords William P Smith and Robert SounCourt born fllod for this Term nccordlug to Section Radical cure of Seminal Weakness or set them on their feet again ders of Madison county fell out Ycstor Clerk for publication are herewith appendodi mense population could not subsist if labor 1st of tho Local Option Law appro od January Spermatorrhoea Induced by Self Abuse Invol- Â¬ Tho Grand Lodgo of Freo Masons in and other offioer of elections in W T Cannon of Cannon Rhodes The being sufficiently ad untary Emissions Impotoney Nervous Debil was done by machinery that her teeming duy morning Smith visited the form of Ohio donated G000 for tho benefit of tho goes to tbe city to buy full goods in a Co each Sheriffs will open polls nnd tako the vutos 20th 1874 and tho Court or District few vised directs tho Sheriff other officer whoso ity and Impediments to Marriage generally t Saunders nnd notified him that ho had millions cculd not bo employed yellow fever sufferers good storo and aim as required by section 4 of nn Act of the Leg bo to hold tbo election to open a Consumption It is bo duty It shnll days Thoy run a very Epilepsy and Fits Mental ami Saunders plead for islature approved January 26th 1874 loli In said district nt the next regular State Physical Incapacity io By ROHERT J ginning now to enter tho heads of our peo como to kill him to do buisness on a cash basis They hnve Somo of our Indiana exchanges say tho opened a drug storo in connection with J U DkIIAVKN 8 B O Election held thoroin to wit I On tho 3th day of CULVERWELL M D author of tho Ureen mercy but Smith shot at him fivo times plo that wo havo too much machinery Tho Ao noreuiocr ibid am election Doing to elect Book banks in Evdugvillo aro taking tho Mexican their other business and aro prepared to rapid increaso of inventions no doubt ob Â¬ thrco of which shots took effect causing Congressmen etc as provided by tho ConstituOrder For Cloverport District furnish pconlo with puro fresh drugs at fair Tho world renowned author In this admira Â¬ and Trado dollcrs at par tion and by the leneral Statutes 33 viates tho nccossity for many hand Ono instant death prices and thoy nro 111 demand now as thcro STATE OF KENTUCKY BUKOKENMDaE Elections tor tho purposo of takingchapter ble Lecture clearly proves from his own exper tho sense Tho bank at Hodgcnvillo Ky was rob- Â¬ man with a machino can often do tho work COUNTY COURT If tho hot weather continues n week or is plenty of sickness of tho legal voters In said District upon the lenco that thonwfuloonicquenccsofSvlf Abuso Whother or Not Spirituous Vinous may bo effectually removed without medicine of twenty men It is woll tor statesman bed by a man named Noblo last night so longer Dr Blackburns theory of yellow Surveyor Stono of Litchfield has been projwillloi SEFTKMBim Tkbm September It 1878 surgtcut operations nnd without dangerous or Malt Liquors bhall be Sold Therein with us surveying what is known as tho ship to consider well all tho probloms that All tho leading instruments wcro taken The Petition of tho requlslto number of tbo fovcr will prove to bo true The Clerk of tbo County Court Is hereby di Â¬ bougies lustrumonts rings or cordials point Â¬ Bond Land preparatory to its sain imril voter of Clovcrnort Distriet having boen enter into our daily lifo ing out a mode of euro at once certain and A Most Striking Coincidence of rected to giro to tho Sheriff or other officer a When a young lady marries a mnn to It is divided into fivo tracts of 100 acres- filed for this Term according to Soctlon 1st28 certified copy of tho Order of the Judge of tho eflcetunl by which every sufferer no matter each It Is a port of tho assctts of McDan- tho Local Option Law approved January Ono year ago tho cooper shops of Clover savo him from vico sho will need somo ono A most disastrous firo visited our town County Court as it appears on his Ordor Book what his oonditlon may bo may luro himself iol Cannon Somo of it is very good 1874 and the Court bolng sufficiently ndvlsed cheaply privately and radically pa tho morning of tho 20th inst Tho port wcro burnt about l oclock a m on to savo her from poverty or omer ouicor wuusu umr within ten days oft or said Order Is made land but tho majority is not very desira directs tho hlienn And It Is L Thi Ltcturt Kill jiroee a boon to ihoutunclt It ihall be to hold the election to open a Poll other officor further aidered that tho Sheriff or Sunday morning On Sunday at 4 oclock wagon factory and blacksmith shop of Mr ble Thu timo of enla has not been set wboso duty it shall be to hold said ami tSwKiuilt The way to reform is to reform In said district at tho next regular Btato Eleo I will C A 8 election shall be governed In his duties therein J L Miller tho shingle spoko and stavo a m being the solf samo hour tho new quit smoking chowing and drinking noxt Sent under seal In a plain em elope to any tlun held thoreln to wltl On the th day of by Sections 3 and 4 of said Law afuresaid L address on receipt of six cents or lay postago November 1878 said election being to eleol The Original Cash Store juuwij uiiu vuuiiursiiuiui viruinu wruuam cooper shop built sinco tho first firo tho week never did succeed A Copy stamps Address tho Publishers provided by the Constitu Â¬ Congressmen etc at Co tho wagon wood work shop of Woods wagon shop nnd tho blacksmith shop and 1 P JOLLY Attest Clerk Fcur and n half years ago Uowmer A tion nnd by the denernl Statutes chapter 31 By Dmv Jolly D 0 THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO Moyors and tho coopering establishment spoko factory wore totally consumed by tho Tho finger sling manufactory of Clover- Â¬ Ilamblcton established tho Cosh System in Eloctions for the pufposo of taking tho senso of 41 Ann St New York of J W Stecla were nil entirely destroyed devouring element Can it bo possible that port has suspended Somo embargo has Ciovcrport and put prices down so low that tho legal voters in said district upon tho prop mnyl5 ly Post Ollleo llox 4SbC oslllon Whether or Not Spirituous Vinous ur in either or both instances tho fires wero been laid on their goods entailing a loss upon tho parties respec Â¬ merchants In adjoining towns nnd country Malt Liquors Shall bo Bold Therein Wrtto for Illus Echo answers no I Tho guilty tively estimated vizi J L Miller 600 j accidental Tho Clerk of the County Court Is lieroby di Â¬ not compete with them in A young man in Hardinsburg Is on tho stores could rated Cataloguoof rected to give to tho Sheriff or other officer a may go unpunished but tho truth of tho Archie Graham k CV 1000 j Wood prices Tho result of tho nbovo policy certified copy of the Order of tho Judge of the wntelips Clocks Meyers 100 and J W Stcclo 300 Nono statement tbe sentiment and conviction of Vorgo of crying bocnuso a girl in Clovor has been to double their sales and Increase County Court as It appeare on his OrderfBook and Jewelry Sent WITH port has gono and got married the community will remain unaltered tho property was Insured alter said Ordor la made of llesidcs tho Thoy wthln ton days freo tho general business of tho town And It l further ordered that tho Bhcrlff or pecuniary loss to tho parti us tho firo has Barton Simpson who murdered James aro receiving dally nil kinds of Dry Other officer whose duty It shall be to hold Eight lawless drunken negroes at Mt tis W Snyugk bpeu a matter of great damage to tho busi DEAIKItS IS WIIOLKSUE shall be gororned In bis duties Mnnufaoturlnw Vernon Ind wont to a house in tho sub Â¬ Whito of Clay county hns beon cnpturcdi Goods Groceries Hats Cops Hoots and said electionSections 3 and 4 of said Law afore ness interests of tho town All of theso which therein by JeolcrlC 4hSt FANCY OROCKR1ES CONFECTIONS urbs Of that town nnd outraged four white Mr Whito wns clerk of tho Clay CoUnty Shoes Hardwaro end Notions said gentlemen were enterprising energetic and FRUITS CIGARS TOHACCOS ETC will bo sold ut nbout what other merchants Louisvillo Ky A cony women Tho deputy tliorifl Mr Thomus Court No 03 W Market St Betwoen 3rd and 4th O I JOLLY Clerk indwrlous ubd their business was quite a Attest I In his town and other towns pay far fleed LdUISVILLE KY wont to arrest 0110 Dan Harris and BcpUlilini By UnuACK Ailkk D 0 Tho boiler of Zollingers shingle fuctory Tho large quantites of goods they buy en Â¬ future in Ida commerce of tho town shot dead by old man Harris Old was nudum man at Big Rapids Michigan exploded Octo Â¬ ables them to get bettor discounts off their TbfW manufactories wcro bringing quito ft Harris was thou arrested and lodged in jail Order For HardlMfaurg District Wanted LINDSEYS HOOD hxffi Amount of trade annually to our limits in connection with Jim Good Jeff Hopkins ber 15th killing one man and wounding bills than other merchants Their stock Is BRECKKNRIDOK A J0M business man who Is ambitious to make SEARCHER OF KENTUCKY five others Wr bopq tM thoy by tho aid of our largo and varied to Itemize Call for STATE too To such a luutiry and willing to work for It Ed Warner and William Chambers This COUNTY COURT remedy of tbo age Til Â¬ Is the greatest cltiww will tpoedily bo re established and was NoYumbur tho man n will offer a tine business opportunity In ler HcriuUtt Utter most any nrticloyqu want and you can gel lloih Jtrnjiln aud nit 7th Tho citizens bo SKrTltttsKR Thru September It 1878 The river Is rising that Is tho bottom of n General Agency for the 8tnto or Kentucky at work Jllowl diseases yield to It wondi rful poweM IIAMBU JTONfl It T BOWM13R camo incensed at tho outrago of tho four it at FJInt Island and Pup The Petition of tho requlslto u umber pf tbo for tlo sale of a new book of thrilling lutereit tur lllvod Is the guarantta of health Read t Creek bars it CHEAPER than ANY OTHER store Call legil voters of lltrdlnjlurg pitret having to alt classes and sells rapidly negroes and at the murder of their sheriff only J K Krooks It cured my son of Scrufutn Tbf havo been seven persons killed lacks about two fvot of bolng to the In and see tho throngs of pcoplo buying been filed for this Ttrm according to Sectlou Tu lbs right au tbi opportunity Is worth Ploiyllle Ohio It cured my child of JVy two wounded and one sulcido in Madison So on ho night of ho 10th a mob of 76 or top of water Wu want every county In Kentucky siirtui 10009 1st of the Local Option Law approved January Pa Mrs E BiuelUeri Larimer goods at their counters dally nnd ho con 100 men quietly took the four tiPitroes from thoroughly n id In order to uvoom two weeks in 2tU 1874 and the Coutt being suDklontly ad canvoril wc nee I R K Boilers A Co projus PltUburjh Pa this a in it wlu hat bad some Price llOV T h gouuluq baa our nuiuo va vinced thut they soil cheaper than other vlsddlMicU tho Stoerir or other whom 1IIH jail and hanged them on n limb clow to When yoii cone to town do not Ml to go n the t of books of owe glaas town and the wgro Harris who shot tho to John D lnbbKes establishment and stores Any five mm will drink duly it haU bn to hold tha eUotlou to ppH a exiieiltn bottom of wrupliir Viold by all drujgliti lir full partlcul rs nddtona In ad Dtp trlot at tho next regular State VT ff Poll WU WHIXUAgvht I of wlfslsy Wt whsre ate tta two qr three sheriff was chopped to piocos CO E d S0UVNTON HkrelB lowlti Oa th fill day ol y nrtfd prteo bk knods but dont buy hhIum tou n HiLbrinva prtn ball vnu inv Ltiul nf n Unrdf eWotlon 1878 Cluwiiif septUy Hartford Conn tu e Wet no liet who will drink out of ww glai f will-men mlJ vlecOoa botag and his flosh thrown inn a privy November ii nnn w Oar Hardinsburg correspondent says ho was Invited to partako of somo Roff feed otthb Cloverport Hotel Well to bo iVaiifc with you tho proprietor thought you looked hard in our burg and on tho Virge of star vation and thought a littlo lloffneta would do you flood you Cab oh Babbage hend you best mum Â¬ Â¬ UlJUUu Â¬ Â¬ coming on every clay Â¬ Â¬ Do Â¬ Â¬ not fail to SEE the Great BARGAINS SULZER BEO OFFEEED J F Â¬ - - t SHORT HORN CATTLE JtSl JLb I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- i lr Â¬ SAWmWMUGEftGD JAMES E STONE Jr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Human Misery lie Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 51 J i Â¬ Ir rtL 1 ALEX MILLEE WURACH SCHOLTZ Â¬ tatai BLOOD U ttj tlwPt Â¬ ot ocr Ul i - t M J a BABBAQE Prtllirur and Prof ritr XESTUCKY CLO VERPORT A NKAWAI1 My Archie tome for whom Oome with M won prliei yearned A box by 11 Aleeilot duiky natltrs turned royal aire r earl brought ultainlng Yea Berne queenly breait might grace 8ee ther lltlmt lughlnj III Mue eyes and dimpled face Abandoned by the flr Seychelles We picked ber up one morn Before the mUbty ajure ewells To coral rrls were borne lu Ito Before the itura o whitening spray By heated trade winds finned Ran up the ralm frioged land locked bay To thunder on the strand A relic of some hspleas brW Cr burnt or wrecked we found iter father lying itlfTand tttrk Betide her outward bound We care hlu to the ocean look Ills little daughter There I ghee mine and therefore thine to look She meet a mothcii care A hea ren rent waif the well may come With or and gladness fraught t Fray that her frreenco bleas our home Beyond a wlib or thought I Our Jewel opea her fruitful eyes i No wlcktdneea Id dare Before her light and would deeplje Myself if I could awtar And ibock thlscraclous child To rue a hardened Inner lent Ill keep ber undented And ibe thill play with little Ben And dally go taKbools eheimado me tender non would giieu Me Before her esre ao innocent eaebawhlmpringfooll Yet doing all the good we can And hating ell wars It best the Bible mji for men And glres God endleei praise So take With euniblne may ihe flood our life In death a comfort bel A lIF SIIli BT ETSAN M tbs comely Utile The tteature of the lea wife SFAULnlKa I Let me not lay the lightest fealbtra weight Of duty upon lore Let not my own The breath of one reluctant klia be blown I would not be the gate Between our hearta That ban like tome Inexorable fate ThepoMalt of tby life that uii Alone Through me ihall any Joy to thee be known Rather the window fragrant early and late With thy aweet clinging thoughts that grow and twine Around me like somo bright and blooming Through ohlch the fun ihall shjd hla wreath on thee In golden ibowera through which thou inayat look out Exulting In all beauty without doubt Or fear or shadow of regret from me fnitmerfor Oclokr tine A WILD ADVENTURE SvMeii Ban Krancitco Era Bain 8 Hall Buckskin Sam and old Rip Ford were trapping in tho Arkansas River region lhcy were men of desperate courage who had taken their lives in their hands too often to caro for tho dangers they wero exposed to Old Rip was a man who stood fivo feet eleven in his moccasins a man whom you would hardly caro to meet in tho close tug of a desperate battlo His hard brown face was seamed with scars from bullet knife and cluws of wild beasts and his muscular body showed the marks of many a dcsporatostrugglo Buckskin Sam was the beau ideal of a mountaineer and plainsman the Western hunter that tho novelist paints and the school boy dreams of and wishes somo day to be Although not so powerful as Old Rip ho was a man of groat per- Â¬ sonal strength and desperate courage Fpr many a yoar these two had roamed the trapping grounds together fighting Indians griazlics and wolves chased by night over the burning prairies defend ing their camp against the sudden at- Â¬ tacks of red fiends or spending reck- Â¬ lessly at tho monto board tho money they had earned so hardly on tho trap ping ground ihey had been out nil winter and as spring approached tho last cache was covered and the trappers now began to think of returning home Tho camp was built up near tho river u tributary of tho Canadian which lowed through dismal canons in which the light of day never shows under the shadow of giant cliifa upon which human beings never yet set foot and only spreading out at places whero tho cunning beaver had built his dam Tho river was brokon by great rapids and abounded in rare fish upon which thoy had feasted royally for many a day Thoy had a canoe and had been discussing tho chances of going down tho stream in that in order to savo time I nm ready to take tho chances if you arc Rip said Ham I dont like togivomyhclf away said Rip What do you know about the river aftor wo get down to tho big canon and who over passed through Â¬ Â¬ water where tho current was only four or livo miles an hour and tucro tho pro Â¬ pelling force In the other canoes began to tell and tho Indians gained rapidly On each side of the canoo the canon was like a wall two hundred feel in height and Uio trappers could only put all their strength in tho paddles and dash on as fast as they could Two miles further and the pursuing canoes woro scarcely a hundred yards behind tho Indians yelling liko demons as thoy saw tho white men almost in their grasp Rip Ford shook his head as ho looked over his shoulder when suddenly his canoo was seized by a mighty forco and hurled downward like a bullet from a rifle They had struck anothor rapid moro powerful than tho first and tho rocks absolutely seemed to fly past them This is something liko It cried tho How wo do daring Uuckskin Sam moyol I should say wo did old boy re Â¬ plied Rip I am only afraid wo are moving too fast Dont you bclicvo It those fellows seem to bo standing still said Sam Thoy will get In tho current in a Look at thatl moment gasped Rip The headmost canoo of tho Indians appeared upon tho crest of the rapid and catno flying down after the trappers Tho Indians no at a furious speed longer used their paddles with tho ex- Â¬ ception of the man who sat at tho stern and by a touch on the water now on ono side now on the other regulated tho course of the canoe The second canoo followed in a moment a little further in shore As they gazed tho bow of tho last canoe was ruddenly lifted into the air as Itstruck a brown rock in the chan- Â¬ nel which the occupants tried in vain to avoid Tho fierce current caught the stern and in an instant there was noth Â¬ ing loft of tho ctaft savo broken frag Â¬ ments while tho occupants with loud shrieks of terror wore borno swiftlv on by tho resistless tide Thatends them said Rip Ford Be careful Sam for your Hie On on borno by tho power which they could not resist the two canoes were hurried There was a sceno of wild exultation in tho hearts of the white men for they could see that their enemy would havo gladly escaped if thoy could from tho porils that surrounded them Their mad desire for scalps and plunder had led them into a trap and thoy no longer thought of the canoo be-Â¬ fore them They know as tho whites did not the terrible danger beforo them for thoy had explored tho banks of the stream on foot many times Tho river suddenly narrowed and tho trappers rushed into a canon barelr twentv feot wido and nearly roofed over by tho cliff on cacn siue ine current was not quito so rapid here and they guided the canoo easily This gets interesting Rip haid Sam as thoy went on through the nar- Â¬ Wo are going row pass To our death Interrupted Rip Ford in a solDo you hear the falls emn voice Through tho splash of water and tho dip of tho paddles thoy heard a low dead tremulous roar which was tho sound of falling water For a momont tho broDrcd faco of Sam blanched and then he drew his figure up proudly saying Better than tho scalping knife or stake old friend As the French- Â¬ man says J7iv la morll Long live death It was indeed before them for as they shot out of tho narrow pass thoy saw tho falls before them how high they could not tell but tho smoke which aroio showed that It was not a small Keep her head to It cried Rip one If wo dont cet through its good bye forovor Sam The swift current caught them and the canoe hurled forward with terrible force went flying toward tho verge A moment moro and it shot out into the midst and wont down into tho unknown depths Each man clung to his paddle as ho went down hold oy an invisible power whirled to and fro as in a maelstrom and then shot up into the light below the falls Far below them tho canoo floated and as tho current swept them down tho two men looked back in timo to see tho Indians canoe como over tho fall sideways without an occupant It was hurlod farout and fell lightly on the water only to bo arrested by tho strong hand of Buckskin Sam Tho Indians appalled by their dan Â¬ ger had upset tho canoe in their frantic efforts to escape What became of thera tho trappers novor know for when they reached tho foot of tho rapid far below the falls and righted tho canoe they made no pause but hurriod down tho stream and before night wero safoly floating in tho waters of the Canadian Two days later thoy reached River Fort Sill in safety October Days Drekfi1 Table Once moro Octobers wealth of love- Â¬ And with her wealth of liness is here loveliness comes hor wealth of weather her wealth of autumn woods very rich in a diversity of colore liko tho rich coat of Joseph her wealth of fruits and her wealth of noonday suns and and to many mornlngandcvonlngfogs too hor wealth of lover and aguo and rhoumatlsm How different our months of the fall Â¬ ing leaf to those of many parts of tho old country I Foreigners nro astonished and amazed at American autumns Thero tho leaves on tho trees never change color till a wholo grand forest looks like a gorgeous bouquet but tho green leaf Blips from its paront branch and falls untarnished to tho ground Hero before thoy aro naked tho woods assume nit tho hues of a dying dolphin This peculiar coloring of tho leaves is attributed to tho peculiarities of our soil and climate Tho chemical elements aro different and of greater varioty than in many European countries In an analysis of tho autumn leaves they aro found to havo absorbed a great deal of iror Iron is however tho lifo of ani- Â¬ mals and plants It gives coloring and beauty and enjoyment to everything Tako a man from whose blood tho iron has almost departed and you will find a melancholy morbid fellow more melancholy and morbid still In tho fall nnd spring of tho year In all those beauti- Â¬ ful rich leaves that you sco In forest and flowers In tho bracine atmosphere of our best days you will find this pow Â¬ erful chemical element It adds to tho glory and the grandeur of tho day and Invigorates and animates all about us Glorious October What a sound to tho sonso is that very word October I It breathes of hope and energy for tho future and wakens glad memories of tho past Nutting days In tho forests elder making days in tho orchards with tho mellow smell of bclleflowersand pippins rambcaus and lady blushes the boyish shouting at old crazy eyed high boned Dobbin turning tho windlass of tho cider mill tho juicy crush of apples and tho gushing fluid Delightful mem- Â¬ ories these I But tho fact as well as tho Wo havo a memory Is still with us patent cider mill to bo sure that is not so romantic as tho old wooden one with its uncouth cogs and we havo latent apples tool But our boys aro flist as jubilant whilo tho spry pony turns our patent mill as tee wero when crow bate Dobbin plodded slowly bis weary circld only at the crack of the whip taking every chanco to idlo when ho was not urged to his work But a welcome month is October still and always will bo to youth Perhaps ho who is In tho October of his lifo may not greet tho season with so much ex- Â¬ ultation as It Is to him an emblem nnd a memorial et once yet still to the old as well as tho young it brings some blessings and somo joys though amelio- Â¬ rated by tho fading luster of age If thoso who in the course of years have gathered wealth into their garners wilLbeisenerous no matter how old they may be tho month will brings plenty of blessings now and for all their future October is a busy month for the thrifty farmer He is pushing forward all necessary repairs about his farm tightening up his houses and sheds for more stock husking his winter corn sowing his winter grain preparing the soil for spring storing away his oats and vegetables Thero is always work for such farmers October when rightly used pays as well as any month in the year and if all men will uso It rightly wo need fear neither pestilence nor famine 1 Â¬ Capt Tysons Account ef the Teyage of the Florence Walla np the Baby By M Quad Barbarism la BrealeMI MtTTATieW BT LOTUS O WHO New Totk MefctntUeJearaal J To the Editor of tbe New York IfaiaHi Safety of Railroad Trnvollng itorts of tho railroad commissioners of Massachusetts on the marvelous immu- Â¬ nity from accident railroad passengers had enjoyed in that State for the twenty years or moro covered by tho reports The similar fact showing tho safety of railway travel is brought out in the re Â¬ port made to the Connecticut Legis- Â¬ lature by tho railroad commissioners of that State Thero wero carried in 1877 in that State 4254015 passengers who traveled an average distance each of fifty miles or 212700000 who traveled one mile Out of tho immense number there was but ono killed That one was found near a bridge and is supposed to havo walked off tho train So even for this ono death tho railroad company was not directly responsible Contrast this immunity with what might havo been reasonably expected to happen in tho old days of stage coaches Tho Hartford Courant which appears to nave given a great deal of timo and study to the investieatlon savs it would have required 425000 coachos 6000000 horses ana 4Ztuuu drivers to convey these passengers and at an avcrago rate of eight miles an hour it would havo taken thirteen days for the coaches to pass a given point Who that remembers any- tningaoout tno dangors ot travel in tho old times can believo that but a singlo accident would havo happened Old sailors in a fierce storm thank tho Lord tbey are in a staunch vessel instead of on tho land But as compared with a vessel tho railroad train is an ark of safoty Even tho wonderful fast train that runs between Philadelphia and New York whoso Bpced is at times at the rate of seventy two miles an hour has run for moro than two months with entlro freedom from accident The casualties that occur on any road aro vory few in number and tho numbor of persons Kiuea or injured in comparison with thoso who travel is vory small If all who travel should tako out a policy in an accident insurance company the siock oi mat company would soon do worth it very high premium Edison Outdone A still later discovery than cither tho phonograph or tho telephone the iViw Letter says is one recently made by a prominent dentist in San Francisco It is to tho effect that a dumb person in nine cases out of ten does not owe the loss of his speech to any defect in his larynx palate epiglottis or tils lolanum ciliatumDUt a defoctivo arrangement of his teeth The doctor recently visited a large Deaf and Dumb Asylum and pulled out all the teeth of eleven sup Â¬ posed lncurablo mutes aggregating about one hundred and eighty seven molars ic all He then Inserted a regular and even sot of teeth of his own mak Â¬ ing with a rubber pinto attached and in each case tho patient was able to talk perfectly plainly fivo minutes after the operation was over with the oxceptlon of ono man who from long habits of silence refused to speak butsat moodily whistling Hall Columbia through his sore gums At this stago of the ex perirarnt the officers of the asylum who all drew large salaries tired the doctor out of the building after vninly at Â¬ tempting to bribe him to keep hla dis- Â¬ covery secret but if the inrentor is not secretly poisoned or basely assassinated by the corrupt hirelings who fatten on the miseries of our fellows Jn public institutions there will be a heap of talk Â¬ ing dose this year Â¬ Some timo nco we referred to the Cincinnati Tlmee re- - Bam Thats the fun of tho thing We do what no ono elso daro do was by Rip said I dont liko it roplied Ford who far tho most prudent of the two what in Jehu is that Thoy bfiized their weapons and ran to tho door of tho hut just in time to uco a dozen Indians running down through tho grass DiocKing up ino only way 01 escape The moment tho ropcating rifles began to play upon them thoy went out of sight among tho rocks and began their gradual approach which could only end in ono way the whlto trappers would bo over- Â¬ Iha whelmed Bam Theres only ono chance Rip cried assembled tho wise men chosen for the purposo that justico might bo done It happened that after tho bell had been up a long timo the rope was worn out and a pioce of wild vino was made usoot to lengthen It Now there was a knight of Alra who had a noblo charger which was bocomo unserviceable through ago so that to avoid tho expense of feeding him ho turned him loose upon the com- Â¬ mon Tho horse driven by hunger uisuu uis inouin 10 mo vino to muncti it and pulling it the bell rang Tho cs assemDica wconsiaor the petition of the horse which appeared to demand justico They docrccd that tho knight whom ho had served In the youth should feed him in his old age a sentence which the King confirmed under a heavy penalty Pctltitlon or tho Horse In tho days of John of Atri an an cient city of Abruzzo there was a bell put up which any one that had received any injury went and rang and tho King Â¬ And that The canoe I am your man cried the giant trapper You push the cauoe into tho water and throw in the weapon while I keop those follows at bay Oh would you Take that An Indian had raised his tufted head to get a better shot at tho trappers but before bo could get back tho unfailing eyes of tho trapper had looked through tho double sights and tho riflo cracked The Indian sprung suddenly to his feot spun sharp around uikhi his heel and fell dead in his tracks The next momont the canoe shot from the bank and headed down through the boiling flood plunging in tho canon Ih low to rapidly that tho Indians had scarcely tfmo to recover from their amazement at the sudden exodus before the trappers wero out of sight Ono of tho Indians bounded to his feet and ut tered a low signal whoop und two large canoes containing in all about fifteen men rounded a point in tho river above tho canon and enmo flying down under the strokes of tho paddles Tho Indians on the shoro simply jwlnted down tho stream and the cauoes dnshed by fit a furious speed the wild yell of tho pad titers announcing to the whlto men that tbey wero pursued The first rapid passed thay entered a long itretchjof Â¬ The jealous wife of a Cincinnati shoo maker admitted that it was necessary for him to put on women tho new shoes that they bought but she objected to his performing that sorvico In tho caso of old and consequently easy shoes A vouncr woman went Inln hiauiinntt imvn hershoe mended while she waited When it was iinianocl she placed her foot in his lap to havo it put on and buttoned While he was absorbed in this his wife camo to the door and the scone aroused her joalousy She went out and got a clothes line doubled it to a convenient length came back and remarking that sholiadbcen married to him fifteen years and he had nevor offered to put on her shoes ho gavo him a lashing with the rojw In tho prcsonce of the innocentcus tomer Tiik other day a visitor to Dublin hired a car for an hour to drive round Phccnix Park No sooner was he seated than the driver proceeded to warm his nags ribs and started off at about ten miles an hour As be did not slacken his pace the passenger asked the reason for such quick traveling Faith re Â¬ plied Paddy dye think Id bo nil day driving you an hour True to the core The apple worm cend to tho crater of Vesuvius during tho first week of September and nc cordine to the statement of an Englishman who wrote immediately a full ac- Â¬ count of tho matter to tho Timet London narrowly escaped not falling in and finding there rvas nothing in it but being swindled They wero in- Â¬ formed at tho hotel and also by a trusty guide that thero was no danger from the condition of tho mountain but the journey should be performed at night as the heat of the day wan oppressive They were advised to bo on the cono by sunrise A gentleman who was a stran ger to them and perhaps less plucky but who proved good company ngreed to accompany them and the three employed a safe courier who spoko English Tho party went to Pompeii in the afternoon rested from seven to twelve oclock and then at midnight after a cup of strong coffee started out upon what thoy supposed must prove to to them a dollghtful excursion By three a m all wero at tho summit The wind howled and blew the sulphurous smoke into their lungs and eyes and tho fires only partly lighted up tho darkness Then the ten Italian guides asked the ladies to descend into the outer crater in order to compel thera to pay a fee They declined to go for an extra The courier was appealed to for hi3 In fluence to induco horn to go He simply asked them if thoy wished to go and upon their saying no told the men so They became only the moro exasperated and began quarreling with the courier He remained good naturcd but thoy bantered him clinched their fists and then went through a scene which beg Â¬ gars description Fancy tho night tho placo the persons two ladies and a stranger with tcu Italians bent on rob- Â¬ bing them of money nnd theso demons beforo the glare of this littlo boll fight Â¬ ing tho courier himself Tho ladles had desired to be carried up tho cono on tbe chairs always in waiting but were asked forty francs each for that service nearly fivo dollars for tho three and thus in consequence of the conduct of tho men no pleasure whatever was do rived at thosummlt Atcighn m thoy reached Pompeii again glad to bo with civilized peonlo althouclt drenched to tho skin by the rain which began at Action of tho Sea soven and which they hurried through Wholo districts aro gradually worn by on horseback in order to bo out of tho tho action of the sea on their coasts reach of all tho scoundrels who seemed Tho sites of ancient towns havo been in to infest tho region of Vesuvius somo instances swallowed up The port of Ravensford England colobrated in cried a Townsend streot Thomab tho time of Edward II is now quite de- Â¬ women to her Jiusuand as she Jet him stroyed It is probable that tho Orkney in at tbo front door at two a m tho and Shetland Islands woro onco a part other morning where have you been of Great Britain and that Great Britain until this unearthly hour and why do lisolt was once united to the coast of you como home with your breath smell France and even America to the eastern lug of beer Thats all right re- Â¬ In tho thirteenth century marked Thomas as he leaned up against continent the island of Nordstrand on tho coast the wall and tried to look sober of Schleswlg was fifty miles loug by Thats all right Mella Funniest thirty five broad and at the end of tho thing ever saw in my life by hio seventeenth century it was reduced to Jove What is snapped the twenty miles in clrcumforonco Tho Tel hio tele- Â¬ woman causes natural part of tho effect of phone said Thomas with an imbecilo which h here noted aro gradually How do you make out de Â¬ mile bringing tho dobris of tho mountains manded tho woman in icy tones that Into ho plains and the sia where under working with the telonhono would mako tho tremendous pressure of water aver- your breath smell of beer Easiest aging from six to nine miles in depth thing in the hlc world returned they are gradually consolidated into Thomas as ho steadied himself iu the hard rock An illustration of the pres- Â¬ corner thas very simple man at the sure nt groat depths iu the ocean was olhor end of tho linn was full Thas once furnished by a whalo struck with whazzer masher and Thomas worked a harpoon sinking to an enormous his way up stairs chuckling at tho Idoa a uoat Willi him when of fooling his wife uepui dragging the boat was hauled to the surface it was found that its wood had been compressed until it was as solid as iron nnd There Is nothing like medical knowl- Â¬ would not float edge When one sees a man whose toes have taken a sudden notion to double up Tem me Wllllnm said Mrs Jones and tho solo of his foot turn inward turning over on her sick bed and looking and is told that tho man had something unutterable tenderncts at hor husband tho matter with his head ubout five If I should die you wouldnt marry years ago and has nover been quito ono does not quite tindor again weuld you Not by a dangcu welleiuco sight I roplied William with great vlo stand but when the doctor beams in and lonco feeling softly of his denuded says that tho unfortunato has had cere- Â¬ you can bet your life on it I bral hemorrhage and that tho corpus head Ah William said Mrs Jones her striatum optiu thalamus choroid plexus eyes filllpg with tears there was never or septum lucldum has been Involved any sentiment about you worth men- Â¬ or that probably a lesion in some other part of the brain has been formed and tioning Jiufjah Exprtt that in consequence there Is a secondary Man goes to tho dogmas woman Is degeneration of the spinal cord anil satisfied with sacraments Her instinct that the cause of tho toeabelnr fixed and apprehends what his reason Is so slow to the foot being turned inward is a con Â¬ admit that God allows himself to be traction of the flexor loagus tllqltoruin Amono those who labor for future approached more readily than to be un Â¬ aad the tlUalU posticus the whole happiness he Is greatest who live well derstood this is perfectly jdtla is Hie own bouwbcW Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Town-send-streÂ¬ In pursuance of tho orders of CapL directing mo to proceed to Cumberland Gulf or olsowhero in ny discretion for the purpose of collecting skins skin clothing Esquimau doRS and sledges and other material and sup Â¬ plies nccesBiry for a long Arctic voyago wo sailed from Now London Ct on tho 2d of August 1877 at half past tin a m Aftor a long and tedious voyago of forty one days wo nrrlvcd In Cumber land Gulf Owing to tho largo number of vessels wo found there and tho presence of others during tho summer which had left prior to our arrival thero was a very great dearth of skins in fact thero wero nono Two of these vessels steamers had carried out such Esqui- Â¬ maux who wero to tho southward Other Esquimaux who wero accustomed to congregate thero wero off In tho mountains doer hunting nnd these bo foro their departure had contracted with Borne of tho vessels for tho skins thoy might obtain Under theso circumstances you can readily porcelvo tho diflicult position in which wo aro placed It being too lato to go elsewhere I determined to stay and do tho best wo could Accordingly we remained at Nlnntillic Harbor lati- Â¬ longitude 67 tude 66 10 north 30 west awaiting the return of tho Esquimaux which I concluded would be about tho last of September or tho 1st October About the last of the former month many arrived but they went im- Â¬ mediately to tho British vessels from Scotland with whom they had contrac un tho zotu ono uoats crew ar- Â¬ ted rived and camo immediately to tho Flor Â¬ Thesn we encraced nnd on tho 1st ence of October wo got under way intending to winter at tho head ot tne gull nna re Â¬ mote from any of tho other vessels My object in this was to keep tho Esquimaux wo had secured from tho influence of tho whites in tho gulf Wo vi ited tho Keickcrtons Islands beforo going up and finding nothing there continued our way nnd nnchored in Aunntook Harbor at tho head of tho gulf on tho 7th of October in latitudo 58 66 logitiulo 68 north 27 west There wc passed tho winter and spring in tho meantime collecting quito a number of skins Somo of theso were mado into clothing Thoso we obtained in tho spring howovor not Having timo to make them up wc secured and packed Onbrpafciiic out from our winter nway quarters in tho summer of the presnet year wc managed to inuueo nvo men to accompany us to tho coast of Greenland Thero were also fivo women and fivo children making fifteen in all and they carried with them n largo number of skins On tho 19th of Juty wo sailed for Disco Islnnd carrying with ustho fifteen Esquimaux twenty eight dogs n fair quantity of skin clothing and a great many skins boon to bo put into shape by tho manipulations of tho women Wo arrived at Disco on the last day of July where ns of courso you know wo did not meet any cxjKtlition We waited patiently until the 22d of August re- Â¬ ceiving no letters proposed to be sent out by the government nnd then despairing of nny communication wo started on our return to uumoeriand uuii carry- Â¬ ing everything with us And now camo tho most dilllcult por- Â¬ tion of our voyage Tho season lias been very prolific in ico none of tho Scotch whalers being ablo to get through to MelvlUo Bay on tho Greenland sido and up to tho timo we left Disco tho Danish ships had been unablo to reach Wo encountheir upper settlements tered tho ico of Cape Mercy latitudo C4 46 north longitudo 66 30 west and worked our way through tho pack a dlstanco of two hundred miles often with tbe greatest labor and at times threatened with scriouscatastrophe Hap- Â¬ pily wo arrived in tho gulf on tho last day of August and as tho Beason was so advanced that no further delay was ractlcable we paid and discharged the squimaux on tho 2d of September and at onco started on our return With tho results of the voyage thero is every reason to bo satisfied though the accomplishment of its immediate purposes led to no practical end The scientific gentlemen Messrs Kumlin and Sherman havo been indefatigable in the performance of their duties and aro much pleased with their discoveries Of tho moro interesting results may bo mentioned the finding of meteoric iron in tho trap rock tho addition of fivo species of birds to tho fauna of tho Atlantic seaboard nnd tho procuring of awhalos skeloton Wo havo oscaped Blcknessof any kind during tho entiro voyago and procured ono fine head of tho whalebono weighing oighteon hundred pounds Moro than this in tbe whaling line it was impossible for us to do and attend to other duties oven had tho season been an usually good one in this respect the fact being that it has been almost an entlro failure at CumGeorge T Tybon berland Howgato Â¬ Children whero aro your father and mother Fathors been gone way off for over so long and mother goes out to wash and hasnt got homo yet answered the oldest a girl And you aro all alone Yes sir but baby is in on tho bed Uos been asleep an awful long time and wo canH wako him up If wo could wod play hido and seok and let him find us Is tho baby sick inquired tho man Wo dont know sir but wo cant wako him up I touchod him and touched him and Charlio ho tickled his feet but little Sandy never ihoved once I guess ho is awful sleepy Dont you think you could wako him up Ill try replied tho man as ho wont in and whon tho girl lighted tho lamp ho followed her Into a bedroom In which there was neither carpet nor Pushed back against the furniture wall was a poor old straw tick and a single nuilt IIo bent over to look at tho child and the first glance showed him that littlo Sandy was dead On tho window-sill wero somo pieces of bread nnd milk with which tho children intended to feed him Tho dead childs hand clasped a rag doll made of an old calico apron and its thin littlo feet and palo faco were evidences that it had known sickness and hunger throughout its brief life While the children waited for him to open his eyes and romp with them aud drive the gloom out of tho house tho anccls had whispered to him and his eyes had unclosed to behold tho splendor of Heaven Wont ho wako up asked ono of tho children standing back In the Bhadow Children you must notcomc in hero ho Bald as until your mother comes ho left the room Wont ho bo afraid to wako up In thoy asked tho dark Ho will sleep a long timo yet I ho whispered not daring to tell them tho truth and as he wont out thoy put tho light in on tho bed room floor that littlo Sandy might not find tho darkness around him when his sleep had ended Poor things They knew not and thoy could not sco the crown of glory on tho dead childs brow n crown whose light all the shadows of earth can nover darken In tho least Â¬ throe children tno oldest of whom did not scorn over ten years old wero huddled together oh the rickety steps ot an old house on Bcaublen strcet A pedestrian passed over their heads to read tho num- Â¬ ber on tho door and tho childron looked so frightened that ho asked Jusl at dusk tke other dismal day Seeing the Crater Two American girls determined to as- Â¬ When tho classic poet half in bitter- Â¬ ness half In poetic prophooy sang the unrenuited toil of those who labor that others chiefly may enjoy of the bee wnicn gathers and Btores up ino nonoy that ho will notboallowcdtocat of the ox which bears his heavy yoko and drag tho plow through rlcu fields on whoso after product ho may not browre ho cast sidelong and pcnotrttlng glances at a kind of injustlrn which llngnr among men wherover tho true spirit of civilization nnd sound policy has not prevailed Wc know not what meaner trait could distinguish a condition of socloty whero thero would bo but two clnjutrift rnrfR or slaves and taskmasters ovor thorn than tho understanding that tho toiler was to receive but the most trifling modicum of tho benefit arising from ids labor after having borno tho heat and burthen of tho day In clearing tho land rearing tho first dwelling thereon sowing tho seed and harvesting tho crop Wo know that in tho semi barbarous condition which somo aro wont to dignify with sounding names tills system of glaring injustice is the rulo rather than tho oxcoption and that many who aro loudest in preaching tho doctrines of an equal humanity aro tho last to practice It But tho universality of tho wrong In no wise palliates it morally speaking nor yet reliovcs It ot tho mark of folly regarding it merely in Wero a nobler plan tho worlds way prevalent thero would be a far sounder condition of affairs moro truth and confidence between men and wo believe an infinitely moro rapid victory gained ovor tho resistance of nature and the ills of mortal existence The workman who feels hlmsolf but an Implement liable when iis task is done and tho fruition of its success is at hand to be flung Aside to make room for those who havenad no part in the long laborious process of preparation is in no mood that bodes well to society A community largely composed ol men similarly disappointed in their various walks of life is over ripo for treasons stratagems and spoils And heuco it is that tho calendar of crimo swells from day to day and that instead of being an honorablo contest of Industry nnd skill what wo term busi ness too often degenerates Into a mere unscrupulous strugglo of chicanery Men no longer look upon each other as brethren In such astrifobutascnemlcs nnd prov to bo mutually devoured Each seeing how tbo other is treated deter Â¬ mines to get and keep all that he can so that when his turn for trcachourous dis-Â¬ placement comes bo may not go forth empty Now if such a social stato bo not a barbarism more or less disguised in broadcloth what is it And can any Â¬ thing ultimately como of it but general disaster Â¬ Â¬ Mrareoaeaof dreami wllhfruftaoJ Full frelghUl till a etonay Hood of lean Irsja At once twept hope and Joy and p How earth liaad and dark the ekore Are wild with adrerae wlnda i the dma tnm aw Hath ruthleea torn nr deareet YeaalllloTediabWedbybUbrwthl Ijet Once Lore her Jewell laTlehed at Once amoothlr tailed along a trioiall ret Jf pal Btk And ail before meeeemeIa patk of nowera And redolent of bloom were alt pr bowera Ambrosial dewa and aeniuoua iuswee rweet Then came laat klee and dnpondlntf etba Deathleea inrreleandaorrow etreaniliHieyee -- w WAIFS AND WHIMS What Is it which tbo moro vou cut A ditch It tho longor It growB Oolesby when a boy wa Senator tho best fiddler In tho Sangamon bottomi A Bpanihk woman walks In the Paris boulevards leading adovowItlt a ribbon Some men aro as unsatisfactory a a soapy door knob and twlco as slippery It is thought that a fashionable boardlng houso furnishes tho best anti Stuanoe It Is that nature must com Â¬ pel us to lament our most persistent deeds ftntii-- wan la nrnrrrA from irreat wealth and make riches almostcqual to poverty Pjiince AUTHim will aftor his mar ralge sottlo down in Ireland and rebuild Tniia TTallfl Fniu Potz FUlBuUtlin Is the approprlato name of a German beer seller ft Philadelphia V fat i A musical tavern In London called the Cremona Is bolieved by tho Graphv to bo a vile Inn We aro always anxious to know why we aro loved thoy only caro to knoTjMv how much wo love them The loud tones In which some peoplo appeal to reason Imply that reason Is a great dittance from them T l 1 nna 1u tlmn in rAlnvflr Ones own misfortune than to bo reconciled to a neighbors good fortuue A Kentucky womau has married a Mr Calico has wedded a prints as it were Ntw Haven Reguter Is a now drama Forbidden Fruit lately put on tho boards Tho Adams all go for It though as of yore Sittino ButL wants to como back to tho States for fresh hair aud a littlo ex- ctcio Philadelphia Chronicle A mibeu of sixty years old refuses himself nccossaries that ho may not need them when ho is a hundred The worst thing about a handsome woman Is somo other arm than your Meridcn Literary llecorder own a omvK wlitpli on land renulres tho united strength of two men to lift may do llltea in tuo waiui uy uu tuuu Timu Vrnnrn rrrpntlv hnel tho novel Bismarcks Conragc experience of a violent nnd destructive IDlackwooda Magatlne thunder storm wiiuout n urop ui rm It wns in 18G6 Bismarck then Afteii nil thero is no other country Count Bismarck was returning from In wttf1i n man lina allrll R Chnce to the Palace where ho had been to seo the make the most of hlmsolf as in America King While passing through tho largo Tiixr burled him darkly at dead ot night street of Berlin Unter don Linden and Ana wimoui any pomp urjB they ahoreled blra In they aald quite near tho place where Hoedol and Aalie was only s eewlnu machine agentAll ilglrt Nobellng have since attempted the life Tuin fntnflir la Inn Vipt who nbtain of Emperor William ho suddenly heard unfaithfully and He not unjustly keep not fired close behind him a shot produced no ropent- sharply around and saw a young spend in a way that turned man who with a smoking revolver was ance - allrrhteat ATCPaa nf PXllPmlitUreS Tillaiming at him He stroae at onco up to tho slighttho man aud seized tho arm that held over income is poverty and expenses a the revolver whilo with his otbor hand est excess of income over he grasped the throat of tho would be wealth A bion posted up in a Wisconsin saw Â¬ murderer who howovor had had time to The saws are running no pass his weapon on to his left hand and mill reads use to touch them to convince your- now firod three shots in quick succession Bismarck felt himself hurt in his selves shoulder and in one of his ribs but he Christopher Columdub discovered held his furious assailant fast until some a continent but never enjoyed tho soldiers camo up and took hold of him felicity of cheating at croquot Erratic Then Bismarck walked home nt a brisk Enrique pace and reachod his own house long Ladies dont keep a business man before nnybody there could know what waitinrr when ho asks an ill important had happened The Countess had somo question He may have another en friends with her when her husband en- gagement juKent tered the drawing room He greeted all aro many things thataro thorns in a friendly manner and begged to bo to There our hopes until wo havo obtained excused for a few minutes as he had them and envenomed urrows to our somo urgent business to attend to Ho hearts when wo havo then walked into the next room where An Towa paper gives a thrilling ac-Â¬ his desk stood and wrote to inform tho to effort ef King of tho accident Having attended count of thewidow and a young man of three swarms to this duty ho returned to tho drawing-- tako home a and mado one of his little bees at tbe same time in a wagon room Uk Jumped on board the railroad train standing jokes ignoring his own un Farewell Luclnda Jane And cried My precious aweet Luclndal punctuality and saying to his wife Alas bow soon he changed his cry to- Â¬ Well aro wo to havo no dinner And while tbe tear stood In bla eye day You nlwnys keep me waiting Confound looaeclnderl He laid IoircoS He sat down and partook heartily of the Dibtinouibh between idleness Ignor-Â¬ dishes sot beforo him and it was only when tho dinner was over that ho ance want of attention and malico walked up to tho Countcsskisscd boron words sometimes slip from tho tongues tho forehead wished her inthe old Ger- which tho heart noithor hatchod nor man way Gescgnete Maheiir fMay harbored your meal bo blessed and then added Cider may bo a good temperanco You sco I am quite well drink but I can manage to get so drunk Well he on it that I kant tell ono ov the ten com- Â¬ looked up at him Sho continued you must not bo anxious mandments from a by law oy a base ball my child Somobody has fired at mo club Joth Billimji but it is nothing as you see An Eastern oxchango says that up to July 12 tho Arctic whaling fleet at A Lnnd or Wondrous Sights Davis Strait had not caUght a whale A correspondent of the Troy Timet Why under tho sun dont they eplt on i Hawleye now travoling in Colorado thus describes their bait The mosquitoes and fleas have played the attractions of that wondrous coun- Â¬ try But whilo Colorado cannot liko a long and remarkably successful season other States boast of its immense agri- this year Thoy hive been received cultural products it can justly claim to into tho houses of somo of our very have tho grandest natural scenery in best people Breakfatt Table the nation Its giant mountains Manufacture of Fuel Its snow capped peaks IU towering cliffs it mighty canons its grand and Au invention lately brought out In beautiful parks its charming valleys England consists iu making the dust ot its clear placid lakes its wonderful coal with an extract obtained from boil- Â¬ cascades its marvelous mineral waters ing ordinary seaweed or other similar its deep mines and its mammoth caves veetablo matter producing when boiled make it a wonderfully attractive place to a similar mucilaginous or adhesive so Â¬ thousands both from our land aud lands lution In carrying the invention into beyond the soa Wherever we went on effect they first boil seaweed or other mountains or hills in valleys or mines vegetable product capable of yielding wo found parties seeking Instruction whon boiled a mucilaginous or adhesive health recreation and pleasure Tho solution and than mix coal dust with different ranges of tho Rocky Mountains the said solution In tho ordinary manner extend for over n thousand miles within in which cement mprtar or other similar Colorado alono Among theso ranges material is mixed Tho combined ma Â¬ are two hundred peaks reaching an ele- Â¬ terials are then molded to any desired vation of ovor thirteen thousand feet shape- by hand or by mean of a brick- and thirty or forty peaks which are over making or other suitable machine The fourteen thousand feot high Several samo solution when combined with saw of the great rivers of the West have dust or other suitable material may be their sources in this mountain region formed Into blocks for filtering purposes among which wo may mention tho Platto the Arkansas the Rio Grando Youno men contemplating marriage and tho Rio Colorado The parks of havo so frequently callod upon us Jo Colorado aro a peculiar feature of the adviso them in tho manner of popping scenery of tho stato Thoy aro vast the all Important question that we nave basins or plateaus of land lying between concluded to give our opinion onee for parallol ranges of the mountains and all Never propose to a yeung Jady surrounded on all sides by lofty and after a hearty meal The blood Is needed rocky walls Thoy aro thought to bo the to aid digestion and her ImaginatioM la bottoms of groat lnkes which existed In chilled Nor should It come just before a formor ago of thq worlds history the a meal for the longing of an Jmpprtyned surfaco of those parks is diversified by system conduce to anxiety and irrita- Â¬ lakes and rivers and covered by tall bility and the shock may provebasard grass of rank growth with here and ous It would be better toseleet the there a little timber Tho four princi evening and invito her to some eater pal onea are North Park Middle tainment which you know she wants te Park South Park and Ssn Luis attend and then propose to her just as Park The latter which is as Jarge as she is ready to start This will be tho other three combined contains to your advantage for she willgrHy easily eighteen square miles au erea equal to see that a rejection will upset an eve Â¬ the State of Massachusetts added to that nings amusement Lmlyt JmrrM of Vermont Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f 1 fci - u f Ta3LofiW QnwmyBthe dwwatid of tke MmeVls for a weman wkeesji teaeli woflsw Just so but montef tkeM prefer to teach mm t o THE NEWS JTrom tlio Cnpltal Af kr ek coniullallon between the Ptsl dent the Becretsry o the Treasury and the Attorney General it hits been ileolUed Hint troeps enauot now be mod to nld tlio Internal Itovenue offlqlnU In Arkansas in breaking up illicit dlatlllera ns requested Wheeler nt Collector Little br tlio telegram following and Keck to sent been ha that oQlcert It la deel ted not to Invoke the aid of the mili- Â¬ tary lores to enforce tho Uw until rou lime exhausted til other means You are author ted to employ as Urge a force as 7011 think necessary to enable you to telre the stills and secure the arreats Â¬ -- 7 4 r- - 15 t i - of the offenders referred to In Tour letter of tbe 8d Instant If jou can not arm the force lafortn me need and arm will tie ordered from what here Call upon life Marshal to assist Jou with all Organise a force the saeana at hli comtnaud etrofig enough to overcome reiltlance without bloodshed if possible Act promptly and vigor ouhIt and enforce tbeltwaat all hazards Inform this office bjr telegraph of Jour action Signed It C ItooiRS Acting Commissioner ju of the Frenoh Academy bnt left it on the election of the skeptical lexicographer and philosopher M Littre and dnilBghli latest years was uncompromising In his opposition to tho Republicans especially to M Gam belts with whom he had n spirited con troversy The First National Bank of lamaqua Pcnn orgaulzed in 1803 upon tho ashes of the Authracite Stato Bank of 1851 has suspended payments with assets of 150000 and individual deposit of 100000 The suspension is caused through the falluro of Charles Shoencr an extensive dealer In stocks and iron of Philadelphia whose notes went to protest the day of the failure William Durham an old and respected cltlieu of Evansvlllo Ind was drowned lately white fishing in the Ohio River op posite mat city ins rjouy was recovered in the afternoon Â¬ Xteniia In Ootiornl fys rf X X r S is - A frightful accident occurred in the Troal peot ahnft near Wilkcsbarre Pennsylvania Jenkins Lewis late nt night recently George Taker John Williams and James Kuanne were at work together in a distant chamber when a sudden explosion of tlio deadly fire damp took place The miners were hurled against the side of the gang way ana their Domes irigntiuiiy mutilated A large force was employed in other rmrts of tho mine and the exuloslon nt- traded them at onco to the scene of the en- Dimity Tho injured men wcro dug out of the debris in which they were found and u although alive they nil expired shortly af-their removal The accident was caused by the carrying of an open lamp in the chamber of tho Emplro shaft Edward Sweet a miner was killed recently at the Continental Colliery near Ashland Pa by the premature exnloson of a blast be was preparing ine oouy was not tounu for several hours after the accident as he was working alone in one of the chambers Oscar Ludlow one of the proprietors of the Centennial Flouring Mills at Portland Ind was caught by nllno shaft and was thrown against the celling of tho room tearing his clothes completely on breaking his arm above the elbow and otherwise injuring him about the head It was feared his injuries would result fatally A difficulty occurred between two brothers In law named Lewis and Catron living near lalhs Ky about some family matter in which Lewis was fatally shot by throughout who acted in Catron Belt defense Lewis having made several at tempts to snoot him Both parties stood A terrible cut high in the community ting affair took placo recently foils mile cast of Sullivan in Moultrie County lis Charles Everman and a neighbor whose Dame your correspondent could not learn were cutting corn in a field when a dispute arobc between them about some hogs Everman struck his neighbor three terrible blows on the neck with acorn knife severing his head from his body The body of John Stone Tan found hanging to n braco in tho sheds of the Iowa Coal Com pany in Keokuk Ioa early lu the morn ing lately He evidently hanged himself some time during the night us the body was stiff and cotd Stone was an engineer end had served on a number of railroads but his wlfo proved unfaithful and he became dissipated and had been reduced to the condition of a vagabond and an outcast lie left a note laying his troubles weighed on his mind so us lo prompt him to commit the act He is reported to have two children living in Chicago Tho Congressional delegation in Indiana will stand as follows First District Win Hellman Hep Second Disrict Thoslt Third District George A Jlobb Tem BoknellDem Fourth District Jephtha D New Deni Fliih District Thomas M Browne Rep 8ixth District Wm It Myers Dem Seventh District Gilbert De LaMatyrDem and Nat Eighth District A J Hostetler Dem Ninth District God love 8 Orth Rep Tenth District William n Calkirs Rep Eleventh District Calvin Cowgill Rep Twelfth District Walpole Colerick Dem Thirteenth District John Making six ReBaker Republican Democrats and seven publicans In Ohio the list of candidates known to be elcoted is as follows First District Ben jamin Butterwortb Reo Second District Thos L Young Rep Third DIstrlot John Fourth District J A McMahon Dem Warrta Kelfer Rep Fifth District Ben Le Fevre Dem Sixth District W D Hill Dem Seventh DIstrlot Frank Hurd Dem E B Finley Dem Eighth District Ninth District George L Converse Dem Tenth District Thomas Ewlng Dem Eeventh District II L Dickey Dew Twelfth District n 8 Neal Rep Thlr teeath District in doubt Fourteenth DisAtbcrtou Dem trict Gibson Fifteenth DIstrlot G W Geddes Dem Sixteenth District Wm McKinleyRep Seventeenth DIstrlot James Monroe Rep Eighteenth District J T Updergraff Rep Nineteenth District J A Garfield Rep Twentieth District Amos Townsend Rep The Republicans of Missouri met In Convention on the Oth and nominated a State ticket Judge Supreme Court Alex F Denny Superintendent Public Instruction Roderiok Baldwin Register Lands Wm T Norvel Railroad Commissioner John B Traoy A resolution nominating General Grant for President In 1860 was received with tremendous applause but it was thought inexpedient to adopt it The resolutions favor tho payment of legal tender notes and bonds in the standard money of the world express the sentiment that god and stlver is the only true business money and that all currency should be convertible into coin and demand full protection for all citizens of every raoe and color The latest status of the Indiana Legislature shows that the Democrats will have a clear majority of eight on joint ballot insuring the election of a Democratic United States Senator Tho Legislature as reported foots up Senate Republicans House Re34 Democrats 25 Nationalspublicans 41 Democrats 51 Nationals 5 Full retnrn from the town elections in Connecticut show 80 towns Republican 55 last Democratic and SO evenly divided year 70 Republican 60 Democratic aud 20 Not Republican gain 10 towns divided loss 11 towns Democratic From Charleston W Vu October 10 we get this report of the election Returns coming in slowly Hennas majority will be smalt Greenuaoker gains everywhere The Greenbackers camo down upon the Third Congressional District like a wolf upon the fold and havo badly used up the old parties For the present both parties claim the Congressman but the chances favor Kenna The strength of the Greenback- ers ainaxed every one but themselves The Republican Congressmen elcoted in Iowa are McCaid lu the First District Price in the Second Updegrati in the Third Deering In tho Fourth Clark in the Fifth Carpenter in the Sapp in the Eighth Ninth The Greenbaokers elected Weaver in the Sixth by about one thousand majority and GJUette in the Seventh by about five Â¬ tr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ The most severe storm for fifteen years prevailed along the Atlantlo coast on the 13th The damage to shipping was Im and there was some loss of life of Oregon who E A Cronln enjoyed some notoriety in connection with the Presidential count of 1876 died at Portland Saturday night The cable bringu the news of the death of Felix Autolne rhlllbcrt Dupanloup Bishop ef OrlMBs the best known if not the ablest of the FrtnqU Catholla prelate of the day He wm is ila seventy seventh year having January a 1803 He received been his clerical education at Paris and in 1827 became confessor to the royal Duke of Bor deaux On the accession of the Orleans rally he held the same position and just previous to the revolution of 1818 was al most to the Dauphin Seven years earlier he wm elected to th4 theologies ohalr at tU He wm eonf assor to Talleyrand Sarbonne He whM the latter tm on his deathbed leetureahlp in oonsequcnee of its his eaeloa after his attack on Voltalie had tutf eeeMtsMed a dispute among the students In 1840 he wm appointed t Hie Utaliojulo whlsh be held up to his death Beth in hie ebargfe and In his mbwelUiie MM wriWf hewMan eats Mt defender ef the repel temporal Dower aad ofn- ultra elMlH 1b general Ke wm a bunarea bkh Â¬ Â¬ et sections From Memphis October 10 The Howards sent out a special train yesterday with nurses and supplies for points nlong the Louisville Railroad as far as Paris By request of the railroad authorities It proceeded to Erin forty miles beyond Farls As the train ncared every station calls were uiado for physicians nurses supplies or medicines They were promptly furnished Jen W J Smith and A D Langstaff of the Howards tiau charge ol tho train October 10 wau reported aa a wretched and gloomy day throughout the South The disease was increasing at New Orleans aud the death list nt Memphis augmented Dreadful suffering were reported In suburban towns and on the plantations A more cheerful day is reported generally from tbo South on the 11th A gleam of hope was borne to the snUerrs from the dreadful plague by a cool breeze from the North A correspondent of the Cincinnati Kn auirer writes from Memphis Ootober 12 The weather took on Itself a sudden change almost to the condition of frost so nearly so that many anxious people tor- Â¬ tured their observation In vlslous of abund ance of the hoary visitor The conditions are still good and there Is a strong prnba ability that frost will appear to night This mav appear to the casual observer a matter of little significance but to those living in the yellow fever belt it rises to an importance paramount to life The cold weather has a bad eilect upon the sick and I hear already of the sudden death of many who up to late yesterday evening were considered ont of danger Among these is Mr T P Holland of the Keening Ltdgtr who besides being aprominent local journalist was also nu influential member of the Knights of Honor Among the new cases reported since last nights dispatches were written appears the name of Major J II Smith Secrearyof the Howard Association who has given his entire tlmo and of tho to tho management abilities financial aflairs of that institution besides doing here and thero all In his lPlrom power toward tho alleviation of suffering A special from Edinburg Pa to the His condition this evening is quite favorrittsburgCommrmaf froreHe gives thq par- able though the crisis has not been reached ticulars of tho destruction of that place by Notwithstanding the daily published warnfire on the morning of the 12th The fire ings from the Board of Health and tho death broke out at half past three oclock near ol many refugees wlio unwisely ana imprtt dently returned to the city there are daily WllbeHs livery stable Main street spread ing rapidly aud soon swept over an entire hundreds coruinc back adding fnel to the fire which otherwise would die out abso block The firemen were promptly on hand but thelreQbrts were paralyzed by the In- lutely for want of material and the present sufficiency of water total loss estimated cold snap it is feared will encourage many at from 350000 to 100000 largely insured more to return anxious to get tho first Two hundred and twenty five buildings chance at the prospect of reviving business were burned and the town almost com- They may do so and be luoky if their repletely destroyed Much suffering among ward is not a home in the ground Tho two tbelosers A relief committee was organized Howard relief railway trains one on the and the contributions of food from adjacent Memphis and Louisville the other on the towns and farmers in the vicinity was dis- Memphis and Charleston Roads are finding plenty to do in providing medical attendtributed to the homeless ants and supplies at points where but one or Proton ftom Abroad tvo cases of fever are found Three trains During a performance at tho Coliseum are making dally trips and are doing great Theater Liverpool England which is now From New Oreans October 12 Sixty used as a Music noli a fight occurred under the gallery The audience hearing butbe one deaths and two hundred and eighty two coses since Friday noon A commission Ing unable to see the disturbance became in session at the city Hall elloita positive alarmed A cry of Arc was raised when a proof that during the spring and early sumterrible panic ensued people rushing for mer thousands of cart loads of kitchen the doors and sliding down the pillars of the garbage dumped on the streets gallery on the heads of the occupants of the The best were medical opinion is that while pit A post impeded exit Forty men and yellowfeverls due to atmospherio heat and lads and two women were suffocated Many moisture this aggravated the disease cominjured were severely bining it with the malarial and pernicious fersons Balfour Co of Manchester have type so universal in the epidemic so diffifailed Liabilities estimated at between cult to check and so fatal in result Dr 1000000 and The firm of Taylor Secretary ot the Board of Health 2000000 lleupli Balfour iScCo was one of tbo oldest telegraphed to day that out of n population Eastern shipping houses in Manchester of two hundred at Tangipahoa thirty one Two hundred thousand pounds of their have died and out of five hundred at liabilities fall chiefly ou Manchester cloth Osyka twenty three aro sick with two and yarn agents deaths and three hew cases to day The Reichstag at Berlin has rejected parVlcksburg sends the following October agraph sixteen of tho Socialist bill 12 The relief boat has arrived from Port authorizing the expulsion of agitators from Hudson where great destitution is exist the towns The rejection was in conse ing and the fever Is spreading among the negroes as well as whites In the counquence of a difference between the Na try the mortality is terrible on ac ouut at tional Liberals and Conservatives tho the lack of physicians medicines etc The latter endeavoring to introduce amend- deaths in town and country amount to 181 ments increasing the stringency para- in a population ot 1200 sick at present graph The paragraphs authorizing 700 The rcllefboatputoff H000 worth of the refusal and license to publishers and supplies and 1000 in money to bo disbooksellers and forbidding the circula- tributed by the Howards The balance of tion of periodicals under oertain cironm the cargo will be discharged here after stances and constituting a Court of Appeal which the relief boat goes to St Louis folIn the manner proposed by the committee lowed by tbe blessing ot many a sick heart namely of four Councilors and five All well on board Judges with President appointed by the Baton Rouge October 12 Fifty seven Emperor were adopted The Cousei vatlve amendment giving the Emperor the unre- new cases with one physician to hear from the last stricted right of selection of the President and two deaths reported fromthat unless twenty four hours It is evident of the Court was rejected cold weather comes thedlscase will pursue its march As each day rolls by tbe situa Congressional Elections tion becomes darker The Howards are beds and bedding for Up to the present time elections of Con compelled to furnish are found lying three poor gressmen havo been held In eight States numerous togetherwho the same couch The on and In fiflyfive of the two hundred and and four sick is so great and constantly nluetv three distriots with the following number of tbat the most active efforts have increasing results to be made to furnish necessary attention Our physicians aided by good nursing are Dlsr Diet accomplishing tho very best results toward 1 B Hutterworth 11 III Dicker I diminishing the death rate It 12 II B Neal it 2 ThoaliYoucg U There were New Orleans October 11 13 A J Warner I 3 J A McMahon 1 310 deaths from yellow fever during the 14 Ulbeon Atberton 1 i J Vf Keller 11 I week of which 237 are children under ten 15 tleo W Jcddej V S Hen Lc Purer C W 111111 1 10 IV MoKlnley jr It years of age Forty deaths since Sunday 17 James Monroe II 7 F II Hurd D noon and 221 new cases the lowest death 18 J T Updegraff It 8 K 11 Flaley D report sluce the inception of tbe epidemic 19 J A OarOeld R Conrone I 9UI St Georges Society has just burled a beau10 Thomas Kwlog 1 20 Amoa Tuwnsend II tiful young English orphan who in her Total Democrats It Republicans 8 delirium mistook a member in attendance INDIANA for her absent lover fancied the mar1 Wm Hellman 8 A J Hosteller IJ K riage ceremony performed and died 2 Tboa K Cobb I DOS Ortb It Tho fever herself a wife believing 10 W II Calkins It J I A Ulcknell 1 is spreading among tbe colored laborJeptha D New I It Calrln Cowgill II Ou severs in the Parish of Planucmine 13 W O Colerick I 8 T M Ilrow ue It 13 J H Hiker it eral plantations nearly all have been pros0WII M jers I 7 O De La Matjrr O I The only son ot Governor NJoholls trated roUl Demooratf 0 Republicans 6 Greenback is at the point ot death Twenty three Democrat I physicians report seventy five new oases IOWA a large majority outside tbe corporate 1 Moses M McCold It J It Wearer U I limits Dr Keating from New Yoik was 7 K II Gillette Q D 2 Hiram Price II reported sick tonight but Dr Mitchell is Vf Sapp It S Tboa Updegrall R t 0 0VCarpenter R undecided as to the character of tbe attack 0 NO Deering R Chattanooga Tennessee Uctober 16 lfie 0 Rush Clark R Total ltepubllcans 7 Greenback Democrats 2 number of deaths aud convalescent since Sunday has reduced the number under MAIMS Thero aro now treatment considerably 1 Tboa D Reed 4 Geo W Ladd O D R about two hundred aud twenty five under 3 WniFryeR ITU Murcb O D a a r ri treatment Total number of fever deaths and nineteen Total Republicans 3 Greenback Democrats 3 to date one hundred New cases to day twenty three whiles VltHOHT colored The disease and seventeen 1 Chilli Joyce It S No choice to baa shown so much inclination 3 James M Tiler IS spread on to the high grounds that these Total Republicans 3 points are being slowly depopulated of families of business and professional men WBSr VI BO INI A V 1 Rnjsmla Wilson who still remain in the olty The old in SUB Walker Or 3 II F Martin D fected district has still many families in It Total DemxraU 3 Greenback who stubbornly refuse or neglect to move to tbe camp prepared for them Vigorous oaioon measures are being taken to force cases Into John Whltaker D hospitals of which we have three in operaCOLORADO tion Not a mill or manufactory of any kind la In operation except one furniture JainesII Bsllord R About The following table shows the complex factory employing twenty men of Ion of the Forty sixth Congress so far as three thousand working people are out employment chosen compared with the Forty fifths We aather the following jfom New Or- Fottr nftii Ferty tskth Tele grass from Delta to 3H leans October 15 M RspubUMU o 30 night report fever oa the lnerease in Madi Defoovste 0 son Parish with two deaths and the fever MM Orssabatks fearfully malignant among the negroes In the M M Tettls inUrlw Fever has appeared on board the relief boat whl oh bae returned to VleVs Yellow raver burg with the chief offioer prostrated The In New Orleans Oeteber fi was univer Peabody Aseoelatlon has oonmeneed the Mr Margaret sally observed with fasting humiliation distribution of clothing atd prayer The nubllfl oSmc and every Jlouihery an extremely beaevoUBtwenau saoepttBg the basks were who out of her own private purse supports lastituHoa omUUIb m auMreel ef tie day wsi tta- - 4B orphan elesed The Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Â¬ Â¬ freight train on tho Louisville and Nashville Road ruunlng twenty miles an hour was thrown from the track fifteen tulles from Nashville Tenn by a misplaced switch Tho engine and six cars were wrecked The engineer Thomas Strather and tho fireman Michael Barr were scalded to death by steam Their cries were heartÂ¬ rending but no osslstunce could be given them John Postoak has been sentenced In the United States Court at Fort Smith Ark to bo hanged ou the 20th of December next The annals of crime do not present a more diabolical and wicked sin than that for which John Postoak has been tried con vlcted and sentenced to sutler death He Is a half breed Creek Indian His victims were John Ingley n while man and his wife In October 1877 Postoak became Incensed at Ingley for his refusal to give him tobacco lie went oft borrowed a revolver and came back to Ingleys house called Ingley out to the door and shot him down He then placed his revolver to Mrs Ingleys breast and shot her killing both instantly The Inelevs had one child only twenty months old who was left alone with the dead bodies of his parents and the house being some distance ofl the road the murder was not discovered until eleven days after it was perpetrated The child was then on the very verge of the grave from starvation and the dogs had almost completely devoured the woman and had also enten the flesh from the faco of Ingley Whenaskcd by thoJudge If he had anything to say wny the sentence of the law should not be passed upon him Postoak replied that he had nothing at nil to eay He seemed perfectly stoical taking his sentence with an alrof indifference A courier arriving at Natchez from Waterproof La on the evening of the 16th reports that two thousand five hundred armed negroes surrounded Waterproof that day and threatened to burn and sack the town It is supposed they burnt J Senegas place on Lake St John four miles below Waterproof A call for armed assistance was made on Natchez and one hundred men left on the ferryboat to aid tho whites at Waterproof if needed A Muutlioni Itoniei precedtnted Dr Chopnln has sent to and fifty inmates has been selected as the Proftiaor Tildvl of London some of the President of the society of fifty ladles who bloodsweat and black vomit of yellow fever have the distribution under their oontrol patients for microscopic analysis It is Supplies to daywere sent by the Penbody to thought the analysis will determlno tho Blloxl and Bay St Lonls Thirty six oases truth or error of the theory that yel ot yellow fever and nine deaths have ocIs by ani curred In Bay St Louis during tho twenty fever produced low In bactarla malcule the four hours ended ntslx oolook this evening called blood which Induce Inflammation and There Is little change generally in the In heat Reports from Algiers and Thlbo fected districts for the better though at dcaux nro that the fever has reached the Vioksbtirg the plague Is stld to be abating climax Dr Taylor just from Osyka says tho fovcr there Is the moitmallgnanthe has 80MH moralizing philosopher tins dis- Â¬ seen Total deaths sinoo noon Tuesday 68 covered that licnvou gavo women new cases 1C6 tongues to ask questions with nml eyes Memphis October Ot It commenced rain- to clvo Our observation answers with ing this morning at nine oclock and the weather still remains cloudy and threaten- is that tho tonguo rocs into tlio answer- Â¬ ing A D Langstaff President of the How- ing business pretty lively somo times ard Association has arranged with the Brtakfatt Tablt Louisville Railroad for a train to be run under their special charge which will leave Nkarly all of Michigans best wheat Memphis every morning with physicians goes to Franco nurses medicines and supplies for the siokatatAtlons en said road as far north as THE MARKETS Paris Tcnn Tho first trnln left this morn0 CINCINNATI -F- lour Tamllr II 109 ing Similar trains will be plnced on all spring ft 7935 2 extra il 6033 89 superfine the roads leading from tlili city 12 7tt3 Sltlow grade I2Q2 COi patent II 78060 There Is little chango in the infected lire flour IStS 20 drai- n- Wheat choice white Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There Is nothing so essential to health and happiness as pure rich blood It pre vents exhausted vitality premature decline nervous and physical debility besides untold other miseries Jartont PurgaUtt Filli purify and enrich the blood aud will change the blood In the entire system lu three months Â¬ FOR SINGING SCHOOLS AND CHOIRS rsiczs W Anl new book for O EMEtlSONS Ull Mining Schools fully e jnal to atr trer Issned Is pages otipsttnctlons Mpsgss of reiily for use lilies s lid l pages of Ssered lnlc rirttitii 17 toper doten Â¬ rHt0lo8fl0rf SETH THOMAS t There Is no pain no matter how severe nor what the cause that can not be partly or wholly relieved by Johniani Anodunt Hntmtnt used Internally and externally It Is tbo most powerful remedy known to medical men Familiarity with the writings of the great poets Isanecessltr tanr one who wishes to appear well In company For lOo we will send a book ot 10 CLOCKS Bntwiu maynvLj OiTerlDg new book KMEnsoN t Chnrcb Choirs contains a larg and admirable collection of Anthems which lit perfectly to tha Episcopal BerTlce tut are of tlieiirit iiuallly for any etttke Alson large number ot tins Chants iuuiood TIME tluiorsupcrdoxen election from the beautiful melodies of Moore the grand poems of Urionaod the uncqualed songs ot Rums and 60 popular songs Desmond A Co 915 Race St Pblla Â¬ for UnaitetteCboIrs has a most inutleal collection of new pieces by tlie most popular authorsand proTldes aooui one now one lor eierr cauuam in um Hoards 111 kmkiisohs Sacred Qnartcttos Cloth y T ll rit To cleanse and whiten the teeth to sweet en the breath use Ilrowns Camphorated Saponaceous Dentifrice 25 rents a bottle THE First SMITH ORGAN CO stnblelie I a Dnseelectibu of choruses conns Festival Ononis Book IIMfias Moil Successful Hon C R Parsokx insjor of Rochesler was radlcallr cured of llrlahta Illseaso br Craigs Kid ner Cure Depot 42 Unlrersltr PL N Y ClIR W T1IEIU IKSTIllMKSTd lime a standard vnltio In nil tho Flour Superfine SlaUt and NEW YORK Western 11 S03 80 common to good extra Western and State I3 8MJ1 10 good to choice Vtr-t-eand State ft 15JM 75 common lo choice white wheat extra II 603 60 common to good extra Ohio 13 50ft 5 21 common to choice St IOuls extra famlir ll6 21 Minnesota patent process extra good to rrlmo and cholca to double extra srt 5 2 Grain Wheat R3CQJ1 10K Rye 56i54Uc Rarler11103112 Com 7g IMC data 27X9 8Gc 3 70i8 75 IjhJ prime Mesa pork new stcam6 65 Wool domestic fleeces 30c lie pulled 1837o unwashed lOQISc lexs lJgMo Cot- Â¬ ton io 6 ieqio 7 iec luiuaunjauiAiriuui tvtwiciu BUI JIUUP 12 6033 Western extra 1313 60 high eradca and Minnesota patent procro I7rt8 Htb flour 13 2 irsln WhMt No 2 rexl Western UWA A3 80 amber Western fl 0331 01 while Western fl fii UUfKO i imcairo spring wc uorn jenow WPliKc choice red and amber 89c on track No 2 red and amber SJQ87c Com No 2 3Jf10c ltjrf No 2 tOOlC No S 43o Oats fair to prime mixed 2I02ICI fair toprime while 23326c Hu- Â¬ rler No 211 10 prime lo choice tlmotbr pork lotbolcs mixed Itflllt primeLard prime kellle 7fll MeetCotton I oOi8 75 7e7kc 00c Jacksons llest Succt Navy Tobacco CIIlTV The Celebrated MATCHLESS llr LEADING MARKETS OP THE WORLD Kicrywhcre rccoRiilied as tho lINKST IN toni V O rrUKINS nbllUlblrl Is a new and con tlent collection of hymns aud tunes for Funeral occa- - P slons Price W cents Send for Catalogues containing the descriptions of mnny ether eicellent books fot Cbolra or Singing Liaises Any eooit oallsd poi Wood Tag Plug OVER Si op The ToilACCO Pioneer TonACCo Company New York Doston aud Chicago Mmln mid In use New Designs ronslntilly vurk nnl lonist prices Off Hctid for n Culilogue 80000 V OLIVER DITS0N II Illlaoit A Co Sll Broadgtjr New York resor Rttatl rrlce CO Doston J It llt lr Dtlaon A Co 022 Chestnut SL Philadelphia fKmmmmiSBmurmmmemmmimnmmm Estabtlshdl 1S33 Tremonl Vallhm St Bcston Mass Tlio Anllilnlo to Alrolml 1 annul ut Lnat THE FATHER MATHEW REMEDY Isaeertaln andspeedrcurefiirjiilemperaiice Itde ttrors all appetlto for alcoholic Honors and builds up in nri uiiB pTvirm Aiirr n urnniirn nriiiir iilrniiiernlei Indiilirrner n alnslo lriiMHn- in mil rviiiwTf jui iiirmni null itiiTairni lr- rrmlon It niflieiirTrr kiihi hi Irvra Urs rrrsia and Toanpitr or Tiir bivia nipiruouie rampuiei on nutiollta nnmini thefiiinun 1M7 and noonowho Ims used It but eon tinted In Itrrctson to1aiid Iiitrniiwrsiiio as n tlnues lo iloeo msnr statlnplt It was Ten Dollars lllaea e aent trw Kltnrn SUTtirw rrMPrnNcc a llottl I her outd not be Itliout It Tliouxindi ef ano NCo 311 lion lies snd others can purchase no Rrruedr equal to TOMABM KNKTIAN LINIMENT for the cure u Cholera Dlarrlma Pjsenterr Croup Collo and Pesilckuess tsken Internallr It Is perfectlr barm less i tee rmtlmcenmpAnjInff eaeh bottle and exler- - IJironTANT NOTUH rnrmeia Fniill- - lM333ROEiATSrrXS Gargling Oil Liniment Certltlrafea run I at the Depot speaking of Its wonderful curative properties BoM br the Drug guts at 40 cents Depot U MurrarSt New York pn MANtfAfriniNu 1 Bt v York rune iinwiu 19 Meea fetern350cjmlxcdWetein4ftZM7 JH w uiiAcu Extra 13 2573 60 extra tamtlr 84 75ft 5 A No 1 ISflO 60 Grain Cora white Wheat new rod fttc amber 87090c 4o mixed 40c Oats while 21c mixed 23c Rre new 87c liar 19310 60 per ton Moss pork 9 Lard choice leaf In tierce SHOKo I choice leaf In kegs 10c Iiulk Meals bbouldars short clear sides 3Kc -- hort rlbsldes lUcou Shoulder- - tjic short rib sides fijio short clear sides PWc bugar cured hams Pork In barrels 7a7Jc LOUISVILLE ilour iiiwioiu Petroleum refined teat lociudo Oats iHtyiv nowned spectno and a valuable 1 reattie lent In anr aufTerer send log me his Post ofllco and Express ad Iress F its DAILY AtilnfatUiblflHtttl CURED FREEFit nnxcfllnl tftnMr for In efTeet a Yellow Wrapper for Animal and White fw ltunan 1lcsh s oood ton Ilurn nnd Scalds Sprains and Ilrulset Ctiilbl uin I rost tlltcsStrlnphjlt Wlndcilll Scratches or Grcas loot Hot In Sheep Chinixi lUndl rounucrca rcci 1 1 Icslt oumls llouii In Imiltry Cricked Heels jxicrnai ixison Sjud Cracks Itpltoollc ISItrnst Oil niiiiiK iirHiirn r Mr ant lrHJI 1 KT ctiltr of my re A rrva llottlf wnrrnnim Oilli i fill Kinds Jll bwtllln s Ilingbom runmrC Ijme Hack TooUmche - llemurrliolds or lllrt 0 irjrtt In tms rnckcd Illta r- - CELEnrtATrn Mi6c 86c 8Kac A f Otfjs to lam No i red winter new mixed 83c Oats new mixed and while Western 18dl9Kc lire NO 2 433 lie Bulk meats Shoulders 4c clear rib sides 5 05te Lard prlnio steam current make 6ir Sweet Pickled llama winter cured STOCK MARKETS llcel Otlle Coramon II t0O2 CINCINNATI fair to medium 12 1032 75jgood to choke bulcner U3375 fair to good shippers Signs Kades good J 603 25 lair to good hcavr oxen Texana and Cherokee S2 2531 25 and fair to good llog-- Common 60 2 60i W feeders V 5K3 fair to Rood lucking grades 12 9513 20 fair to good butchers grado 13 303 1 40 with a few selected Pblladelphlas at shade blgber fair to good stock era aro dull at 26033 Sheep Common to fair i rJSHc and good to choice SJ itMke per lb gross Iambs 0Mc for fair to good jalltitsper lb limnuc Cotton 10c iNUlANAfOiia-nour-ian- cr lljrH94 40 Uraln Wbeat Com UCW WCBICJU s AL V E A SU11K Aj DIt 13 O ir Inirl BOOT Aork NtNrn BOSTON TRANSGRIPT and WEEKLY IIOSTON QUARTO 9IAKS The lsreesl Cliespest and Rest family Kewspsrft Fdltel Willi iperlal relrreuce t In Snr hngland ntsor I lio borne circle tho varleil tastes an I All the foreign and local liens published promptly Dally Traascilpt 810 per annum lu ydiaiue 8c uSSMPj SSbl hkliif for tub sufferlml damn Dolls Wciknesa of the Joints loiurjcuonoi ihhki Isrgllng Oil th utmJird I lulinent if Hh Initcd Slatts Inrgti site ill size far nn Iti intdliim m Mjnut uiurcd bniallLKkpntt Jr tlnmlly u t at by Mer lunt Garllni Oil Company N J0IIV IIODflK hecr in ni naiai u m4Sjnjp Sim led Lillou Lameness Hum Uld uiptr i Cmw ih ijiiltt ir 1 oil tTUrrt arv Al i ss of I Lddul ItheuuiAtlsin biuvlii4 Svneaev IUluli Mange Caktnl llrcasts Snri Nipple Curb Old Sores Corns Whitlows Lig Ilini li Jlerrhanta 1 i j FELLOWS HYP0PH0SPHITES SKSTD IPOIl BAWPILir COPY 8ccrestouneaiMres97tirr lu advance aiiuum Tim Wiilr ltonllr Ilellntiln lteinnlr for lTiistttiff nml rrtona lllaraar- Mter iinmerons experiments Mr Fellons sue Hypoplioa phltes which has not only restored Mm to health but has since been found so successful In tho treat Â¬ ment of every other disease emanating from loss of nerve power and consequently muscular relaxa- Â¬ tion tti Aphonia Neuralgia Nervous Debtlltr Apparent Aquola 81 Mtus anre Anemia Whooping Cough Angina Pectoris Congestion of the Lungs Chronic Dlarrhun 9 maciaiion Dyspepsia Diphtheric rrostratlou Palpltailon ot the Heart Ipileptlellls merrapiea anil seeoie ever and Ague Action ot tbe Heart leutorrhua I ear of Llilil Ttlrth Marasmus Dangers of Chll tlllrth Mental Depression LlaMllty to Miscarriage ervousucss Hypochondriasis etc Diseases produced by overtaxing tho mind I by rapid growtbt br chlldbeer aiixlett ilkl nnd lusunulent bynourishment by residence In lug by hot climates or unhealthy localities by excesses or by any Irregularities of life ceeed In i rodiiclng this combination of gross Deel ClU NKW YORK Teians and Cberc 6 75 to dress 63 lbs kees 160 to dress 65 lbs 738 25 to dress Slbs Colerado half breeds poor to prime natlre 13 739 75 to dress 63 to 6 lbs extra and fancr 110310 SO todms 67 lbs tbe outalde figures for a carload of premium Illinois steers 160 lbs exporters took 450 head at for Iambs i U 7 310 Sheep sales at the top prices tor choice 35o at the close lambs Hogs Lire hogs firmer and about 15c higher Western 3 873110 UUFKALO llect Cattle Good to extra steers I62K3515 shippers fair to good It 2031 Mi light supplr medium 131 IS light butchers Kc higher at I J 4033 90 bbeep and Lambs Western sheep and lambs I03ICC per 100 lbs off Sales made of fair to good Western sheep at 13 8033 DO per 100 tbs choice Western sheep 1131 10 extra shipper sheen arc aging 120 lbs at It 76al DO Western lambs I13I 80 Ifogs Bilea nude of Yorkers fair to good at 3 6533 90 per 100 lbs hear bogs 3 8334 10 180 EAST LIBERTY PA Boel Cattle 1 i8 fair to goo l 2331 75 common to fair H3 25 Uogs Yorkerr 3 C031 25 Phlladelpblas 131 23 Sheep selling at 334 23 supplr Hht and the market fair Unlon Stock Yards Hogs INDIANAPOLIS strong choice 14033 10 fair 1333 30 Itockera tho A Vcaetnlili Prepnrntlnn Invented InKing Dr William Oracc Jrtn centurr brThrough Us agtncr Surgeon Inthous ho cured onnr unci of tho most serious sores and wounds that immeii ino skim or mo mwi eminent pnjsiciani or hlii ilnv nnd was regarded by all who know him aa a publlo benefactor rLxsit woi tDS froze umm salt iuiech cittuiaiis torn ntu UT sork Lira erthtelas iunoworks CALLUSES HCALU HOD ClIArrZD IIA1D1 cancers m axH rrxois llneaa Snlnir lnlior Clrnnfor llonutyof Iollali Cliencnraa Uncqnnlrd Iliitnhllltr A MOltaK IIUOS iropre Uuuton Olnia f T1PTT53TPniTT A T SOROHUil EVArORATOn 6c 4gsc CURES iu Ri50 i0 s8t5j4JgH r rTaTfffiS Clioftii nud DurRlilo KIUH nocitw KTIIOW BITES WARTS CORES ILCE1W fjWSEjS SWEET f JI rraTEns riLES STItas ABCEM H RAI1H CUI8 weir stier ROILR BiiivauM rRECKLCS WHITLOW TAT tit wf Manuwturcr- JCHAPMANCO11 AaJrril Al fc SiSdfirllicnlura ITCH rarLES rtri bites triDtn stisos And all cutaneous diseases and eruptions PRICE S3 ITOrtOWINO fAILR KETTLK IU8TT MCnQLITO AXD tUSTERS coitxs scunvT generally CENTS Bt CENTS A BOX nY MAIL 33 A WOOL PennsrlTanU In Boston 1 Ohio fleeces 8333701 Wisconsin and Michigan 823S6C combing and delaine fleeces 37313c superfine and extra pulled wools 80938c 23275 ad Thrco dozen Doxes 1 1 cross will bo cut TO IrDULEHH HTOUEKEEPEUH lIKUnnibTri cxprcasngo paid on receipt of 8100 about cloven cents a box rnErARED bt SETH W FOWLE Epotllon fci ctfxi g sjnufirfft nnl txrHtAti and Utta thar a tcr vf tinetentnff atrf finwirtg Tho btt lobtccc 1 tr ruad Ai otir blo itrlp trte mik li rtorrlf eo ftiAt Jtrkaan l Jltatcd on Inferior pood Jivt I on emy rliiTe Boll lr lenlor Hrl Tor frM to t A JACiOf X Co Ux IMoUOQtj r t rV inwiniTtESL UUU II All nWKrf Awinlfil ttjhat pritt it rentanniat W PKWIliVY m I A T MAKE HENS LAY An Fngllsh Veterinary Snrgeon and Chemist now traveltiiklnthlscuuntiy saisthstiuostof tna Horjo Ha and Cnttle Powders sold lie e are worthless trashabso says tbat Sheridans Condition Powders aro NotUng on lutely 1nre and Immensely ralnablc earth will piake lieus lay Ilk bheriilaniuCondltlon lowilers Dose one teaspoonfnl to ono pint food AENtTWANTEDT0R TlfE Front Aculo to Chronic A Is an easy stage in cases of dyspepsia attack of indigestion slight especially Mroirua ilronrAtal lVocftM forcouvhs and colds when there is a predisposition to digestive linVIMUNN IlliiitratedUataloKtie free Ad weakness of the stomach must speedily urvoaurent netteiutlun norkt ntlsburg Ia culminate in the moro obstinate form of QJOOflflA YEAR How l MnUe It Kmjifiu I adopt the disease It is well tbercforo LUHit lOVlb HI Lout Mo tDOOUU preventive measures early Although llos r to AbttiIi to nrll n Household Article letters Btoniach Hitters overcomes If per- CO Address Iliirkcjo 31Tb-- lo Marlon Ohio JC sisted in cases of dyspepsia ot long stand Men to witln worlc at ie A UTrn once for ono year BuMncH first rlau ing it is obviously the part of wisdom to HflH I PlttT lilr MrnlTTTlHl 1T1 9 n fTT1 use it ere the malady assume iv chronic 38 best AGENTS WANTED phase This is particularly true because A MONTH as dyspepsia advanoca It engenders other til artlclts initio soiiii Uroiuuu Petrol tMlch Ur Address Jar bodily evils such as disorder of the liver oonstlpatlon or undue looseness of the bowels uervous disorders hypochondria These maladies are both sleeplessness HUi and remedied by the Hitters but IlnlilttNUlu Illaeiue Thou- ow much better to check them in their andscuml Lowcttprlcea Donotfall I a v ruo urf uiir viincyjiicii outset with the great alternative than to wait until they established a firmer foot1VY Wlth Htencll Outfits W hat costs 4 In tho system Surely tho advisability els sells rapidly for Mela Catalogueres hold H Mbr mna H3ttahnHtutunMa of this must be apparent Men and Women Tllle Hurras vantcilinoviry village adilrns Dux 7HS Nework However varied may be tho opinions cou A DY ti AtfniTM ianvuiuir fur the Tiro oerulng the validity of Hayess title to the Kiee Terms alilnVlaltur ICKH1Y and Outfit Mains Ad Presidency there Is not n questiou in the Angu U dre P O Itepublicans minds of either Democrats or or tiiicltteHHctW the unupon one important point viz Grtat ariaiiouu questionable right of Dr Pierces Family Iiuniliiull ijnrgrijr Uawlby uin Goternrofut Btc Medicines lo the title of the Standard Rem lric4 IMuced UuntoonOoernorUoLttwronceMftM LeuniTilrkrapli and edies of tho age Listen to the voice of the cum NIO to Miuo a sovereign people month Huiall salary whlli lAiLi tilnir HltiiMtlnli furnished Ads It ValonlliieManiJanesYlllejWli Nxw Omlkaks June 10 1878 Dr It V PiitncH llutrulo N Y Inresieil lu Wall Street Stocks makes 10 to 100 fortunes etery month Hook sent Dtar Sir Your Pleasant Purgative Pel fifoeiNitlnliwr everything Address llAXTKlt A lets seem to be particularly adapted to the 141 lliuikens IT Wall htrel Ntur Kortt wants of the people in this warm climate a nrtrir Isinmlo Inune Where bilious nflevtlons pro particularly 1 regard them as tho best day with our 4 foot WELL AlKIER Auger prevalent W filLRH Nt Louis Mo Hook free cathartio I have ever tried Yours truly M HARRISOS AVENUE BOSTON MASS 80N8 HISTOBYoFncWOBLD 073 line historical engraviugs an 1JrtO double column pages ami Is the most complete IMtnrrof the World ever r ubtUbed It ellaatsltflit Seudfnrspeclmenpairesandeitra lernis to Agents NAlIONAIi 1UULISIIIMJ t rt Address uanon umo fccMrrcrvW1rrejmolor5lMtl5rmp Oangor Maine It contains large o Â¬ Â¬ rll 350 Ulcll nMAHkl PhmmiIm Tltla tiinVrt N Titvwi mi will rouirlrtplTchaneo tho blcxxl In tlin entlwiritemlnthrmomli onAny pervon who will a v ill id niTas take one pill hiIi nlilit from If n atoreiltoaoulidbea III mallsuch a tlllnl bo posl is I Itllrr nut Sold for uiii uii ISJoUNoONCollsngorMaIij THE GREAT REMEDY II THE LIGHT RUNNING NEW HOME Is the Ileal La tea I uugliLr Constructed Improved aial most Thor SEWING MACHINE It Is Dr Craigs X1MEY CUItE tasliliiglon ever ItiTcnled For all Kliluoy DImcuhoh Pr JE Itankln WerrliMHeMlreriiibiloaoIler ill T and has mora rolnls or Excel- leuco than all other Machines combined rear AGKNTV WAJHTED in localities Tfhsra ws are not represented Â¬ Nocfulk lluckslVi Pa John L lloptr I Hr J 11 Idle 117 rmirtli Ave New lork Dr O It larsens A Ilea n llisrlotte N V I Itll preseut Matorof llocheiter N Y Ask our drug ll14J Slut N Mdrr luimiiAM ami adilreu Dr llntoii M i Newton JOHNSON OrHUte Has CLARK JIo CO Tork tlilcnco III 30 Uutoii Nannie Tfotr Nl IyOlllS rilUburtr ln UNiviiusiiv riiAiK jvmv vtnin 7 Â¬ 1 Â¬ voung men J ICIdnoya IllnOdrr m II ii it 111 ltAtnAiivli nurtlr wet UnU sstin I nrrnrcd Bxiirosaily ti r th fcbot dlirtiri It hn I rurtii Ihounndi Utty bottle wtrrautcd Mend to W I UtlM riMTlurncv ikiM lur lUUiirBtcu luinipairt II youf aruKKiil uon ntvt 11 n win arurr 11 ivr jou liivti rrmi il fui llrnmv atiil ikll dlwanri ami Urinary Op Ii tbs Old BelUols Concentrated Lye FOR FAMILY SOAP MAKING SapoMfier SAVE HONEY AND BUY THE Â¬ rriN rrv r 1 nnnnwciL l mtf ji IIostoh Mass May 14 1878 wakneh inro8ooiisrrB ou I doi cards f or 31 1 Is 1 dos 9c Bend picture to Dr K V PiKncB Dullalo N Yt ml nnl ltUllltilIUIa IK N II AHLIIaK Y Trny DearStr Your fJoldcn Medical Discovery IAKIS KXrOSITION has cured my boy of a Fever Sore of two Iltrfr vr ill AbirickiiriisitlMiiial Ituu I Men Women Hjs and lllrls KIKXIUUC IU1 COHtiT Please accept our grati Mmid tin years standing uls for flue NeckAlat mllh rfaxt Wi M tie or fitly cents for lorlmouae Yours truly over tude imtKb wot t a lrat 1I4 wn Willi tlt hi wurlh Slli and learn now to Hi Im llKNUY WlUTlNO Ibtlr HKAL1II UOIUIC1 In tin day lnyourownrltlnltv ItKV tiiattfi from iroTitl Uiwllinaw rttrfArll S T IllCR Mlltou AorlliiiinberlaudllojjJaj Uinavtr Tbulr NUHHIMU COIWITIi lbdjilibltf vtry momtr ri Thk Great Family Mkdicink Dr Vi- sat latmaill laaullnsr lit IlMhus WUhofts Antl Perlodlo or Fever bihI Ague -- 1ljlhet hono WAHNKIl BIt08 351 OrosdwayKY Tonlol No case of incurable Chills has u flWeWUekacalaioriiuarrs nn THEIR HABITS HAUNIS and yet presented itself whero this scientific etturrlihtaltiMr iki -I- lano aent on t ria HPaR Incorporated HOW TO SHOOT THEM uAlTlb UIHUO aud safe medicine has beeu employed No calaiogueree Jfemfefuoaa ilaso Vo ilEIMhBtNY AtKXANDsn author Klsh anil Vlsh found so obstinate as to resist ly Tiiouas case has been IHMHJUTVI TRUTH rigAe NewaUoxiiliigcoitumoi a new ineibml of Its prompt and masterly action No mau on tho wing with liijPfoTe1 earnlnghowtoshoOt - bos been so rcdueed by malsrlal influeuccs Sight for the purpose upland shoot ugl wild fowl mm - H f ahootlugi now decoys to awlm llrand UItbi but with its use has como up perfectly re- Â¬ - t boataauinds new Portablo lllludt Jraliiliigtho dogi affair n l t No pills or purgative reconstructed theninoandlts use with new sights Ac Oyer 60 ml iifiinii p u illustratlona Tho beat book on thosubject lrlco medicine Wiikklock quired with this afcMiiM posl paid only 1U centa Sold by all Newsdealers Finlay Co Proprietors New Orleans I oril Tho Novelties or addresa Uonnellar Onaselto free 10 to 26 SfoXrM Chicago Catalogue FOR SAIK RY ALL JJHUOQIBTU on Lakeside ilbrarr rayi2A Ion to Th8 0ldJinrlwell- Perfect Purity Is restored to the cirhna nroven culation when contaminated if Scovilis J II 1 llUFlOIID3 SONS Manufacturlns lubllsh lu dnlil anus 1 In all dlaeaeta from Ulood asd Liver Syrup is taken Scrof crs 11 to d17 rrankln sireei notion nearly fifty Ham KstablUh impura or imiHiter ulous svnhllltla aud mercurial disorders Uhett Ulood aa Bcrof are completely vanquished by it persistninoiniiriTi MiiqIraI lnttitllto ula llbeuinatlsm VU remedy being alone rAruua Hnrea Vbitfl ence In the use flwellliuaHyphllltlo HvTeaIJono Dlieseimeto Mm iJM required to accomplish a cure Kruptlous iwwi i lllmanl VucM f laeasiv TnllM tha nMitvrfil Alllillltvanil eoutalnlnoi - Pniuni nila- Amifa K March rianoOryan uof all kinds sores chronic rheumatism r aged rich ayrup deblllly cf Voaltiusioauu Arrangements Prof to its system followed iiieory iuui for boardlli Andress gout liver oomptalut and goltro yield no Inlurloua Ingredients N oilier Ilninedr baa re erwlaueliaueiiodunvs Bold by all Druggist Ads Mllf UattibE Iuyajis IW W vlbtit Clutl O remedial action uuu it nut uuiy punuu w blood but vltalitea the system Sold by all PROF 8CIIEMS ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF CABINET ORGANS HAMLIN MASON Druggists 1 Â¬ John C 1Ikndkiuon YOUR PHOTOGRAPH AND NAME tTjfj r jug and Attachment forSewlngMachlties ltsuwu work Is Us strongest prslw 1rlresjl Ak a Smlnir JIa i chine dealereach Special atlnih kind vt Inn lnunt for chluei In ordering name the machine Agtnls wanted I 11 M Wish Hun Untitling Neu York it tui Name Writing 1aiicy Slltih ClTlllsnllona Kuil iiriv Darning ii SaponifieR Cronii- Directions accompanying each ean for making Hard bolt nnd Toilet Soap quleklj- IT IS FULL WXtGllT AND STRENGTH The market la flooded with ao called Cpncen trntiil Ijo which Is ndultcrntod with salt nud reelu aiut troaf maka soiiji Ponnaylvania Salt 1 MAUH HV TUB 1IIIA1KI1IIIA Manufg Oof 100000 Â¬ PliUklMQS www am AVDll Lat U I Â¬ 4 JESTEYCO BRATTLEBORO 13T Scud for Illustrated VT CatalecHO Â¬ Outfit Free Zx nj Â¬ Â¬ oth -- Hffi tralued for BUIS and milIIUAUIUI at Eastman College a iicCMsuUtartln business I to Â¬ For upwards of thirty years Mrs Win for blows Hqothino Syrup has been usedcor children with nover falllng success It rects acidity of the stomach relieves wind oollo regulates the bowels cures dysentery and diarrhcea whether arising from teething or other causes An old ami well tried remedy 25 ots a bottle Couqmh and Colds aro often overlooked A continuance for any length ot time causes irritation of the Lungs or some Ihoumi JJron ehronla Throat Disease are an effectual COUCJH Mai Trochtt IlKMXDY 25 ots Â¬ Â¬ II at lASIS IseTi VltRHA UT1I BAyTlAUO ImLABainiiA Uli IAais 1S7SI and Urahd 8wd Ursans erer isu Uoip Mspal loIJ Only AmericanBoliffor cash RWirdni hlhst honors at any such or Installments iHaraa CtataletfiMi and Circulars A Ham with new tylss and prices seut free UaionOmcAoa lis UaaAW to llosroK Naw York or WltLlVtl KXPOSITJONS roaTWKliVK YEARSl 1S71J nmonsn afnlUtl by IIHHIEST HOgPRH AT ATL THE WAR sttKl in the EAST tlio or Its ccnHlcl Iistwsen IttssiA UTS book tor Itva agents lias TMI octavo pares 1 sata engiavlngs of na ste and Is the only complsta work published Trie lias no thai Ssllsat sight Address MII S OOUIJ RiuabHl Aocit WAattn CO Nsw York orCInclnnallO andTuaTli UTUsScsxfraTasiia t WATERS JIm M J Institution I lift gives a The oldest largest and onlyCurrency and Merchan traetlral roiirsa of stuilr dise used ha a real talus Karh days Usnictlp la bawd ou quotations of new otk Markst Newllulldlugs Itatesluw Qraduatra assisted IntHiMnnllranlri recelvM any weekday Itsferto lions Plrins kihI flrdi St Ill tlpaf lr fihurveltvaud town Address for Pros pectus giving farms course of stuilr to UASTMAN COLLKUr PoiijhkKrils M V pleas WKITINO WIIKN that jou sawTOb ADVKBTlSrKS la this adTertlsement A n u parsr 4l 1 Â¬ Â¬ Has fuiHllis way Into lilfb placss thvror Id qsr Ihjitlclaua It ItthaJr aud Medical Journals and CO oiiererrlali l approyal WOOl UC f A PIANOS and ORGANS uBaMl fB Va A - k iIi Armiiuiiiiixivwiii at lower prlus be sold during this mouth HHSiaMisrIltlTr1J1fM1 O 199 Jb fur cash or er beluro neid on Installments than AWi llluitrated cattlogues lualletl IlOlUlH wanti ami A WATiKSAMONS Manufacturers Ah I - 111 14 rrStt smsJ j aurinnaU llrs Â¬ beme ayli taken tbe highest honors at all world exhibition for more than twelve years vie tit Paris 1M7i Vienna 1873 Santiago 1876 and Paris 1878 1875 Philadelphia tad they are the only American makers itwh at any who have takes 1 The Mason A Hamlin Organ Co have IWaMpkMl XfJolof Arvanl Sttht IWlf jpiiliii 8SM 1VSAR llaveloAlaknlb toll IONUIX Nl iuHi - SXgsasas Sr allow a Isvrjso COWMssilow to sell out MW Irs wswi uMl K kh aad wvtutshHii tAnwiiteuM AG1NT8 READ THI1 WrwIllM AiMMisSalarrcifllMiMrBwnthand A beautiful specimen of penmanship to anr Qua aeudlug names of Iwcuty youug men iWlelJoai WrsiiKsHt 1nrtinlfJ adMaMgsa trcafar see UTAdlfsss ft M RartUtt OlWHsnMClaO IVslwalaw TUs new tfisV iKknilfi1Vi rsfrJ JAMrP iVrttlst MJr OPIUM cuead AX JI MKtHINK HAILIT la M to tu r ai ockw f i I 0 r IP n J-- fnmlwu l rynij t siWJiWMftHtWftfl PMUMWBPH hpimip v i i mmmm V TWfMPPF UKS r ff I t Caucuses and Conventions Uy tho Ilov J L Edringlon Oct 20th In your reply to my arMr Scott Amkn to Mrs Mat tie PnwiToi ticle you still persist In clothing our liltlo nil of Cloverport Ky If caucuses with tho nnmo of convention Oct 21st by tho Hov J H Coalmnm D D for Mr W W Lewis of Urrckonridge vou substitute tho word coucus county to Miss Lniii Mhxett of Owciib convention then you quoto mo right boro Ky The publisher londers his hearty IS MANUFACTURED BY When you sny Tho Doctor etntcs wo liavo congratulations College to county compared tho Electoral V DIED conventions you assort thnt v tho electors Of diphtheria littlo SoniiA daughter of for President nro nominated by convenMrs and Air Honjniiiin nates on an inst tions just ns nil candidates nrd nominated Liltlo Sophia was a fnvorilo of nil who they are does it mako It right 7 It is the If know iicr nnd will bo sadly mimed which has caucuses party machinery Why will men smoke common Qukuy frustrated tho intentions of tho framers of tobacco when they can buy Marburg Uros ourgOYCrnnientwlicn thoymado tho offices Scalar NorthCaroltna nt tho samo price elective When tho caucuses meet what janJO ly Is it Is ho qualifications do they require Not u wliit but litis honest is ho capable ho served tho parly Is ho available It in Anil ly confining oursctvoj strictly to ono class of work by employing nono but tho of Clovorpori Kentucky this perversion wo aro warring nguiut filling our offices with men wlioso only aim ARE FIRST CLASS IN E EKY WAY is self Custom grinding oery Thursday Friday You further state In no other way but nnd Saturday Stationery Lltorature School books dents Furnishing Goods Toys Notions Wall paper lite Using nothing but by means of cdnvcittions can tho candi Flour nnd Menl kept coituutly on hand In tho Electoral College bo dates for tents for sale Yellow Fever By Jlng nominated mid the President nnd Vice Whenever n man gels abend of n set of President cunnot bo elected except through REIDEL 0EL2E Pationngo solicited tho Electoral College heneo neither con railroad employes ho is doing well At KNOWLEDGE of tho buslnsw vo havo Justly oarnod tho reputation July 21 ly And by a TIIOKOUOl Xortonvillc tho Pnducnli and Southeastern bo elected except through conventions of making Here let mo take issue nnd nsk for the Itnilronds cross and n gvent many of these Hcction prescribing that nn Elector must bo men meet every day It seems n Ouo of nominated by your socnlled convention would be M D Is in that vicinity pJCl M MtMadw I assert that they mu elected in tho same those om ploy es a tiry bright mulatto was Wo glvo tlii following warranty with each wngoni way as other officers Thnt 1 can oiler taken quite sick witli tho bilious fever and DEALEH IN We Hereby Warrant tho FISH IJHOS WAGON No to bo well mndo in eve myself as n candidate for Elector in the tlio boys enrried him to tho hotel Just at pnrtlculnr nnd of gooJ material nnd that tho strength of tho samo Is sufllclont for all work usage Should nny hrcakago occur within ono year from this dato by reason of do this time the M I came talking up the wllu lair name manner as I can for county clerk o will bo furnished nt Dlaco of anlo frei foctUe material or wc sheriff etc independent of any caucus road n general winking passed among the of charge or tho prlc of said repairs as por ngontt prico list will bo paid in cash by thi boyi and excited talking about j ellnw fovcr On receiving it majority of votes can take purchaser producing a sample of tbo broken or defective parts ns evidenco TitusO Fish my neat and cast my ballot without any As soon as tho doctor came up he was sum I Edwin 1 Fish CO caucus or cocution endorsement Lzl GEORGIA Hence moned to see tho patient meanwhile tho Jno C Higoins Raclno Wis Jan 1st 1878 AND MANUFACTURER OF UQR10A this convention mode is u party invention boys had a great deal to tay about yellow Knowing wo enn suit you wo solicit putronngo from orcry soctlon of tbo Unttod States Send for Prices and Terms and torn copy of our AQRIUULTUKAL PAPER to alone ami the argument thnt tho manner fever Tho doctor walked into tho room IslsoTCHuioim of electing n Iloiiilcnl is analogous to that nnd thcro was tho patient witli a wet rag CO of electing other officers except no far as over his head and ho ns yellow as gold Sept 25 Gm parly has mndo it falls to tho ground The doctor stood dumb founded for n moasoaw Tho framers never dreamed of much less ment and then began to back out of tho n- - clour coso of making tho politician caucus tho founda room saying tion from which tho President should yellow fever by jingl spring They could not expect puro wntcr Horrible Affair low prices- JETT Vi tttM hove by SGOTHEHH from an impure spring A correspondent ol tho Courier Journal to The Doctor did say when wo have cau- says A man by tho nnmo of Neil met a LOUISVILLE HENDERSON PACKET LINE cuses wo double tho process and do not furmcr in llurko City on Green Road and Spring Wagrjris and Bugrjios forget that after a convention they come river by tho nnmo of Gahart and invited tXI nro of tho best material well painted In latest Passenger Mail and Express Boals around again If there nro but two on u him to drink after some drinking they beÂ¬ style nnd I tunko nnd sell them cheaper thnn For all way landings between Louisville and side it takes tho whole day If thcro aro came intimntc and jovial you can gat them for in this or nny other market Henderson tho clogant and fleet stcamors Neil bought Sept 25 Cm I havo on band nlnrge assortment of Plows nnd many candidates they aro short winded if whisky nnd went home with Gahart nnd wnr will sell them nt I10TTUM IllICUS nnd Grej Eagle Horning Star and Jas Oathrie there nro few they Greenback us till wo when there Neil invited Gahart to drink Resident Agent at Cloverport Ky rant them made of tho best material and to do A fair discount will bo given to Passing Cloverport ono down and ono up dally nro worn out and leavo As to their en liis oldest son interfered and n row ensued septlB lm good work 2TAn Agent Wanted In this Locality to supply tho Rapid Demand My SOD who get up clubs of a dozen lightenment5 of the people thnt is quite knives wcro drawn nnd conflict followed Jiirtics do better woik than any others In this a Nothing Succeeds Like Success EVERY rich When has it been done Personmnrkct in which young Gahart was cut open so his Tho Former High Priced Machines REDUCED to BLEMISH alities wo have plenty I admit but the bowels protruded Mrs Gahart rushed forON BEAUTY JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS DONE enlightenment is ns senrco as hens ward at that point nnd begged for tho life is quickly removed by Dn T 1kiit Oouiucds on short notlco and in tho best manner Hono teeth shoeing by tho finest thocr in this county and Did your last nominee shed any of her son Neil wheeled and plunged the OrikntaL Crkau or Mmjical Ileaulljier Cream is not a cheap clap trap nil kinds of repairing wagons and Luggios reTho Oriental light Yes n littlo fox firo I knife in her left brenst causing instant to bedaub skin with rcdlciilous hues nnd painted Thoroughly warrantod nnd sont to you for I assert that no reform has been accom death A younger son coming to the res rialnt tho comiiloxion ruined It is n delightHi plished by tho30 caucus candidates and it ful artlttio lotion tho uso of which can not be Examination Before You Pay For it cue of Ids mother received several flesh 121 Wnll St West End Iron Bridgo needs no proof It is patent to everybody wounds Neil wns arrested and put under detected nnd which removes orcry blemish inAnd no obligation to keep one If not better than nny michlnoyou ever had stantly Look at tho last Legislature voting them- bond Tho Oriontal Cream has far many years been EVER Y FAMIL Y CAN NO W 0 WN A FI11ST CLASS SEWING MA CHINE of two thousand dollurs All of this to fashionable ladies In Kuropo nnd America selves 20s worth of paper when they did from drunkenness tho Secret of Ilcnuty Its effects nro Im not uso 52s worth nnd three or four daily The Old Favorite and Reliable STANDARD CO mediate giving nt onco ij lovely lifelike tint o papers Grensing themselves nnd natural complexion of CSyWo publish tho lines below by re- s soft brilliant Did they o wondrous delicacy and dazzling beauty reduce the salaries of tho State officers in quest JBSrSeQ to It that you got tho genuine Omen R e creased on account of high living during INSCRIBED TO FRIENDS IN C T tho signature of tal Cheau bearing inventor Look out for the war tho Fkmx Iouiiavi ACKNOWLEDGES NO SUPERIOR A small bit just to quiet us Alono in Booth wanjeron imitations partly mnllar In name Sold by tho Did they reduce their own Wo Can Not Mako a Better Machlno at Any Price True tltiy Anil weep that nil dearjoys are fcjnobeloved Address of the and lorfumcrs Druggist Which friendship friendship passed a law to reduce tho judges Proprietress Madam M 1 T Ouukauu 18 little Shed round mo once whereer I rotcd THE UIiillEST PREMIUM AWARDED THE STITCH AT THE CENTENNIAL ANT llond St New York nnd stop them drawing pay when they ren Tin thus Joys fito muct bo no713t And all Ivo loved nnd lived to no A Btrlctly First CInss Shuttlo Double Thread Lock Stitch Machlno moro dered nosorvices Did they do thnt till the Thp few O bright tiling I thought would stay iS complete In equipments than any other and combining nil tho late im nnd Dealer in ESTABLISHED 1S46 peoplo forced it upon them Did thoy re Iorcvcr near mo dlo away provements with tho old and well tried qualities fur which tho DOOnS SASH BLINDS MOLDINGS ETC form tho School bill now loaded down with STANDAKD IS SO POlUIAIl Though other faces round mo throng of the Host Quality and at offices nt high salaries Let mo give nn Their greeting to others all belong A Faithful Family Sewing Machlno In every scuso of tho word that runs smooth and PLANING MILL CURRENT PRICES item from Mr Hichard Skillman who in- They wont that charm thatdwoll alono does overy description of plain and fancy sewing with case and certainty so strong and welt JOKWORK DONKON SHOUT NOTICE mndo nnd so thoroughly tested whllo in use for yoars In Thousands of Families that each Ma forms mo that Webster district when they Hound thoto my sad heart calls it own sPvt itBEZ JkTWl JS mKn JtflBHijSiJI How how tho songs to us ascendant Persons wanting work or material in my lino chino that leaves our Factory is warranted for five years and kept In Order frco of charge gave in fifty seven scholars and only paid The well known songs nro thoy nil ended Kedickd in Price Fak Dowv Below all will savo money by givlngjno a call or ad Â¬ Mouey refunded at onco if not perfectly Satisfactory AND MUCILAGE omen Machines No Extras to pay for Each Mnohino is accompiniod by a moro QtmpUla live cents tax drew G0 dressing Now they pay Thus nsk I still nor nsk In tain MA IiKET Tho silence nnsnerJ ull too plain Outfit of numerous and useful attachments for all kinds of work freo of any extra charge than THE BEST THE ALLEN MURPHY twenty cent give in lifty soven scholars is given with nny other Machlno nt any price Tho Standard Machlno has more good qualltiea Jot Black School Ink a Specialty - - ICY than thoso of double the Irko Light and Kabv Hunninq n child can uso It Stbono and nnd only draw 10 Tnko tho Auditors Cease my Musothy words recall mc DuiuiiLK never out of order Rapid and Certain in Execution Ao Mtlen Cogt or Caxu to iccar Report nnd it tells tho tale Tho caucus Joys whoso thought will oer remind mo For Sale by all Lcadiuq Ptationcn Those past joys now turned to pain Yill latt for yearn out or make a Naite It ready in a moment and nnderttoud in an hour Makes candidates have controlled tho Legislature Joyous sweet though short their reign Walthnin Watches the Iloublo Thread Lock Stitch aliko on both sides of tho goods from cnmbrlo to leather uses a AND HARRISON INK CO Clock Jewelry Where nro those joys Short Straight and Strong Needle Extra Long Largo easily threaded Shuttle With Nkw nnd thwarted those who labored for the Whero nro thosujoys Thcycr gone alas I llko bubble tojs llings Spectacles etc 5 Murry Slroot N Y Automatic Tension Largo llobbins capable of holding ono hundred yards of thread A Largo people This tho journal will show And That other days call round me As low as tho lowest for sharp cash All persons Strong Machlno with great width of arm giving it many desired qualities and great capacity lists from nny house in Louis not till wo get a majority of independent That unco in cliildbtrjU charmed inc Ute it receiving prico for a wide range of work It it the Rett Machine in Jrinciple and tii Joint of Oonttruction vlllo or clsowhcro nro Informed that wo will sell once and you will ute no other Activo Agents wanted In this County to recclvo orders and deliver legislators ciin wo clean tho augenn stnblo Yet BircetMuic though pain it brinrrs me samo quality of goods and deduct 10 per cent Machines Extra inducements ottered Clergymen Teachers Business Men tc Illustrated of Kentucky Though death wcro In the strnin you sing inc Clivo us a call nnd bo J H W Fiiaxk off of nny Catalogue Book samples of work with price list to free Safo delivery of goods guaranteed to nny part unco moro nincK let my numbers thrill Repairs of Watches Clocks Jcw- convinced Mt Pisgah October 1878 of tho world Address STANDARD SEWING MACHINE CO I1HOADWAY and CLINTON I must woo for lovo its anguish still etc promptly attended to in elry Spectacles lLACE Now York soptll ly Since no timo can oer recover a workmanlike manner Aisomocucapesianu Letter No IV Joys sweet light when onco tis over bust nssortment of Duller to weep such pleasures set Owtysnoiio October i 1878 Violins Cases Strings Thuii smile o er nny left us yet Plnln nnd Fancy Paper Ink etc Tho best and cheapest over sold lu Erockeii Remaining in St Louis another day we AUGUST 15 1878 nnd rldgo county Mndo from tho best material Respectfully Mb HENRY A MAGILL went first to cxamino the great bridge over Long years my fiionds may pass oer thoo Every tVngon fully by tho best workmon short Dkar Sir I had a very severe attack of Fever and Ague or Chills and Fever Quinine guaranteed Pprlng Wagons nnd IJugglcs of which wo had passed tho morning before Itcmarknbly we theyll seem to be And friends love with deaths urray Ma was proscribed in largo doses by my physician but failed to euro me or bo of any benefit various styles nnd warranted tho best und nnd paid our nickol to wnlk ncross which May ono by ono bo called away AND Gills Chill Cure Tonio and Appetiser was recommended I procured ono bottle and by tho cheapest Call nud exnmtue them at the Practical Watchmakers and Jewolers gnvo us n good view of tho river above Though from our heart lu manhoods dawn timo I had used a fow doses tho disease was broken and I am niw completely restored to health Youths sunny A member of my family was soon afterward taken ill with tho samo disease and was quickly nnd below ns well as tho bridgo itself On Thank heaven hopes nro gonoj Is set - - - nut nil their light Gus Lancaster a lockoy was cured by a few cured with a fow doses from tho samo bottlo cunli side of tho bridgo is a foot way of Weve somo to cheer us yet doses from the SAME bottle and tho fourth person sick with tho same disease Is now using HOTEL I regard it tho most raluablo medlclno I ever noni of the medicine remaining In same bottlo good width while on tho center is amplo Trnces remembered hero nnd there used a splendid tonio and powerful uppotitor It did not causo any noise or busting In my room for teams and two trucks for street Links of swoetness lost in nlr head as was tho caso with tho quinine I used I norcr befuro used a mcdlcino which had such reoplo ore getting acquainted anil thow wuo cars Tho rulo for nil indicated by tho Llko echoes of toino broken strain are not ought to be with tho wondorf ul merits or a snleudld effect and I willingly and cheerfully glvo it my Indorrc uicnt That nothing now could join ngaln EU JORDAN that great American Homed the sign Keep to the right and pay toll Those traces oh theyre like a dream Trainer for J W Hunt Reynolds Esq here Underneath trains wero almost That cumo with sorrowing meln Tho Proprietor begs lonvo to inferm tho 1 per bottlo by all retail druggists und medlclno doalcrs Price Wholesale by Arthur Sold Truveling Vuhlio that this Homo has been Co Alford Newhouso X-- Co Louisville Ky Co J R Wilder constantly passing over tho two tracks To call hack past and by gone days Peter Co R A Robinson Youths and 11010 s young rays thoroughly renovated nnd put In flrst class orII A MAGILL Proprietor Loulsvillo Ky and tho trade generally drawn by transfer locomotives kept for tho der fur tho accommodation of guests and tho doo577 ly public generally Tho Tables aro supplied with purpose This bridgo is nine tonths of n Farowell iny friends wbntocr may befall Uarknojs slirnud you all Ur llglitor tbo best the county nflords Is centrally located mlio in length fifty fit o nnd a hnlf feet Homombcr a friend nut one of deceit and convenient to tho Eteninbont Landing wido and ono hundred nnd twenty feet One whoso heart for thro doth beat Special accommodations for Commereial travel Purchasers of Drowns linger nro waruod B T IIAYNES lond memory has fur theo a place J W IJAYNES Your patronago solic- against piratical couutorfcits intended to bo ers Hates reasonable nbovo low water It cost 15000000 Times hand cannotcrnso F L riOFF Proprietor FOE MAN AND BEAST ited sold on tho uplondld reputation of this match- Over ono hundred buildings had to bo For thco I know for nyo twill stand toptlly less article All rtal llrowns linger Is pre bought to secure tho rigltt of way and np- - Till I join In tho funeral baud pared by Frkpkbick IIrowk llillailclplitaand This liniment very naturally originated In Ameriiho label bearing his nnmo is incorporated with proaches to tho biidgo Farewell my friends of other yoars ca whero Katuro provides In her laboratory such his prieuls U i Internal Jltvenut Stamp to surprising antidotes tor tho maladies of her chilboro nllko my Joys nnd fears Tho remainder of tho day wo spoilt nt That counterfeit which is felony May honvenly peaco round the ntood dren Its fame has been spreading for S3 years tho fair grounds nnd exposition Tho fair And heaven accept you In the end until now It encircles thohabltablo globe Browns Glnger for Travelers use was of but little interast next week being If grievous nge tho hoary king Tho Mexican llustang Liniment Is a matchless Browns Glnger for Summer Complaints remedy t oratl eztcrnalaltments of man and beast tho timo for stock races etc Tho enclos- A view of death with him duth bring j Browns Glnger for Cramps and Collo AND DEALERS IN VltOlHIKTOItS To stock owner and fanners It Is Invaluable llrcntho thou not ono mournful sigh Browns Glnger for Sea Sickness Nausea ure contains eighty ucrcs handsomely im Man was burn een but to dlo Aslngto bottle often tares a human ltfo or re Browns Ginger Stimulant no reaction stores tho usefulness ot an excellent horse ox proved to which it is said forty acres moro Browns Ginger used by Army and Navy cow orihocp Farowell my friends my friends of youth J will bo added Tho exposition is n big Browns Ginger used all ovor tho World May lasting Joy bo thine It cures foot rot hoof all hollow horn grub thing instead of ono largo building ns in Ilvo ever loving right nnd truth Drowns Ginger counteracts Impuro Wa screw worm shoulder rot mange tho bites and And Manufacturers of Kings ot poisonous reptiles and Insects and every ter Until tho end of time Louisville and Chicago witli separate Made osneciolly for uso In llrockcnridgoeountyi such drawback to stock breeding and bush life Iowsport Ky October I 1878 sultablo for oouutry Browns Ginger prevents Malarial Dissubstantial and durable and apartments for tho display of tho different It cures every external troublo of horses such ease Vully warranted tho boit and cheapest roads si lameness scratches twlnny sprains founder classes of articles they havo hero n sepn Alsti llugglcs and Road Wngons I guaranteo Browns Glngor dellclous Summer Drink wind gall ring bone eta etc At the Cloverport Hotel ruto building fur each class and consc satlsfaetlun ill nil of my work I sell nil kinds Browns Glngor excellcnt In Rheumatism Tho Mexican Mustang Liniment is tho quickest W W Lowis nnd lady IM Dennett und of Farming Implements BFEvory deacriptlonof Mnrblo Work executed promptly in tlio moat workmanlike cure In tho world for accidents occurring In the quito a number of nieo houses lml y Mm L knows tho value of llrowns dinquently Everybody J Owen Mlsa Jlottio Do Now mid Hciiutiful designs Low Prices nnd fivlr ger as a household necessity and provontivo of family la the absence of a physician such as stylo nnd satisfaction Guurantecd varying in sizo and stylo to sidt tho differ- Haven Miss Ltzzlo Rickotts W W Bmurt bums scalds sprains cuts tta and for rheuma dealing Do suio your druggist gives you tho disease Tho art building is very Sam Hull county Minn Jessia Moorman ent purposes tism and stiffness engon Jorod by exposure STItEET BETWEEN EMI AND POPbAR right kind llrowns linger as dosorlbod tlcularly valuable to Mlacrs nbovo hnudspinn and many of tho paintings aro Judgo Geo V Williams Oweimboro J W darntt HteriliciiHiioit It is tho cheapest remedy la tho world for It J V Hayiieo FREDERICK DROWN of the highest order penetrates tho muscle to tho bone and a slngl July 31 ly city Dr Kilun Hctton Ilurdinsburg It Havo been the ttanird wittily for tho euro of Philatlolnhia implication Is generally sufficient to euro Hero ns in Chicago we raw them weaving Ilodaon nnd ladv Hon Kit Drown II C Liver Complaints Costlveness Fever and no713t Mexican Mustang Liniment is put up In three ribbons silk scarfs etc of varied and beau- Onult Jacob Kcintior Louinvilloj MUs Ague Sick Headache nnd all dcriingu slies ot bottles tho larger ones being proportion Muuile Sulitr Sain SulzcrCanuclton I ml incnts of the stomach nnd liver for overyly ately much tho cheapest Bold everywhere tiful patterns but of course wo could only V M Polk Touliuport Itid Htlltrt Lxeir IHIU curtU Jload this years hastily cxnmino a few things of what Lmiy and Sale 5Wlc me of an attack of Mvor complaint of tight See Weatern Farmers Almnnao for 1878 A young in by tlio tiniuo of Dontwnter years stanuing seemed an almost intermlnublooxhibibition 11m ivaus joiki 111s jingo 45 nnd entered tho bouse of ilr Geo Lynch liv- Price 23 cts a box It E Sellers It Co of tho skill find ingenuity of tho American ing nt Hockley Second Street Dettceen Jiii and theJitver Tox about onn oclock on proprs Pittsburgh Pa Hold by nil druggists iiEMnn peoplo An elevator such us is used now Tridny uilit tho 13th und fired n pistol nt W H WHITE Agenl Flrst Clais Livery to bo had nt this Stable CUPPING DLEEDINa Cloverport Ky in tho principal hotels nnd largo business Mr Lynch In bed i lio nwoko sprung to septlly Horses boarded by tho Day or Week at reason TOOTH PULLING Ida feet nnd received n acoond shot below ablo rates- MILLiil 3c HOVIOU8 A R FISHERS houses was stutioned near tho amphithe For snle at tho collar bone Ho fell tntonslblo to tbo South America and Southern United HAIR DYING ETO Cloyorport Ky 8optl8 3 in and Mrs P look Laura and Willie Hour Tlio lieudlsli villlun ater States then took a CChTOMEllS ATTGKDEII Til AT AM 1101118 upon hat ono hundred nnd twenty liutoliot nnd buried In tho head of thonhloat Owlnjr to llieir warm nnd delMilful ell i cioverfoet Imperial Cough Syrup Sollors five feel from the ground much to their daughter Clctnmiu nnd cruthed the ukulla mute their inlmliHunti grow gullow from of three other children with the mo torpid Livers Indlcatlnii und nil diseases East High Street opposite Cloverport Hotel Dlioorerednnd used In praettra fifty years ago delight At this altitudo n fine vlow of SMITH BEARD Proprietors Ho then dragged Mr Lynch out iirlnnjr from n uiaomerva Qiuniut ii nnu jiuw jfrToweli Union Mugs etc strlotly by Dr II D Boilers of littsburg Tho linlclict Hut tho day was nearly of the city was had work done In tho tio hoiiKO for dead set lire to the buihl 0I1 They should of courso nt nil times clean nndPatronage solicited moit approved most efllcnctniiH rcmeilv for Coughs Colds Leaves Hardlnsburg for Chn crport on Monday W gone so after taking u hurried look at tho ing nnd burned to death four other children koep tlio liver nctlve nnd to our renders wo manner Hoarseness Influenza Consumption whoop Wednesday nml Friday of eaoli week loavfi numerous wild animal caged about thu jounger than tho four ho had killed with would recommend Tnulcrn 1ortnllno or O ing Cough over used Iositlve In its Cloverport for Hcfdlujlmrg overy Tuesday Al Dullness will receive lforapt Attention AaKNTaprofltsperweek 0110 of thorn nil infant throe Vcitetnlilo Ilver Iowder Taken in time cure pleasant to take mil deservedly populir Welucrday anil Saturday Connects at Cloyor grounds including onu cugo in which wcro tho hatchet ItH sjSn nUWIlliirovoitorforfeIt500 weeks old mother having died nt its will often nave money und much Buflbrliig K K iwrt with tho Louisville nud Henderson mail 1rlce 2i cts 60 cts nnd t per bottle w monkeys cats dogs coons and n number birth New nrtlclosiuiit patented Sellers X Co proprs llttsburgh la Sod by linosteniners Persons deslrlnirfcoiiveyaneo can OFFIfJK VI STAIRS IN COURT HOUsHt Mr Lynch como to coiuctoujncM 1rico CO cents For nolo by W U WIITT1 Fnmplo noiit frco to nil Address W II ail druggists be aecommodatcd of others nil living in uppurent harmony Just In timo to HO the Hunting dwelling fall A UPISHEIt Kxpress business prumntly I Ofu IIARDlisfSDURG KENTUCKY CHlbrSTJ5R210 Fuitoti street New York Cluverport Ky attended In J Cloverport Ky lepti ly Hound A fJurru ncptl ly wo net out for our hotel about four miles In on bU eight children Mr EniTon Â¬ distant and which we reached by n differ tint routo from tho ono traveled in going out The noxt morning wo took leave of St Louis starting from tho Union depot nt 816 fori Evnnsvillo over tho St Louis nnd South Eastern rond tho dlstunco ono This train bundled nnd slxty ono miles docs not make very fast timo nnd it was about half past four when wo reached Tho pafckct not having arEvansvillo rived wo went to tho St Gcorgo hotel whero wo had good nttcntlon good faro and reasonable charges About 12 oclock wo wcro called to got ready for tho packet nnd wcro soon nbonrd tho good stenmcr Fawn tho gentlemanly and couvtcous Captain Herry in command with iho familiar face of bog and low friend Warren in tho office water delayed us and it was nearly mid day when wo landed at the beautiful en tcrpisingnnd biisliicM liko little city from which I write gixing us but littlo timo to see relntives nnd old friends for wo must P take tho next packet for home Â¬ Â¬ MARRIED THE BEST WAG ON OJNT WHEELS Headquarters Co the trade Gall and Examine Stock and Prices FISH Brosi For School Books and School Supplies RACINE WISCONSIN A full assortment of everything ndeded by We Make Every Variety of FARM FREIGHT and SPRING VAG0NS THE STAR MILLS BEST OF WORKMEN Best of Selected Timber BrsrB6rj5Qrrtercsrsr2rjcsrBSrcGO Fresh Groceries Confections Novelties JOHN D BABBAG E tobabbaqes for CASE paid for WHEAT First class Improved Machinery and the very TOE BEST WAGON ON WHEELS Successor to STOVES CASTINGS GRATES Â¬ 1FISHBROS TELS HOLLOW WARE ETC AND ISl FISH BEOS Racine Wis OTT COPPER SHEET IKON WAKE Â¬ Â¬ J L MILLERS ROOFING tlmmM iJlyb GUTTERING and REPAIRING of all kinds promptly attended to jxbesbtheht ssSEaKiCT manship I well-to-d- o QteTrrr GrEO IP B EXALL and good ivorh fair dealing receive a liberal share of the patronage Respectfully PHILIP REAL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ALLEN MURPHY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J IVtlLIEIt Tw EITY Â¬ Â¬ READ THIS TWICE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It sEwne MAtmras m Â¬ b X 11 CARPENTER 3 b Â¬ Â¬ WRITING INKS IN HARRISONS CLOVERPORT ROAD WAGONS OLD LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB GROUNDS F N DHUY BR0 TRIED mm J L MILLERS CLOVERFORT KY TRUE P L ROFF Proprietor Â¬ MEXICAN i i 1 1 Mastang Liniment For Sale by A it FISHER Druggist Cloverport Â¬ 1 SPRING WAGONS Â¬ klS IS SBnt MARBLE WORKS J W IIAYNES CO 1 Â¬ Till MUM1LE ZerLt vjuolcr Â¬ MONUMENTS TOMBSTONES ETC Â¬ Â¬ J L miLLJUK Sellers Liver Pills rr Olo vexporb MILLER HOVIOUS 1 11 11 Â¬ J0ET BEISTDEH The Giant Pork Maker doctors UPLAHD EICE RooiS mmmn i mm W K BARNES ATTORfTE Y A T IA Â¬ A 1 - - c -- t 1 Asa t