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One Cape, ana ecaf,,.......,,. The Interior Journal VOLUME Is reported VIir.-NUiMBEIt RATES OP ADVERTISIMJ. (inelVpy.ett ntonthe... fen Cople e, one yeer. . it w . Pfitsi, AnfMmrfinHmtiftrJ4stffInlUlrthflK4 InOTiartfrrtsoftt.. . UUtvlM.TrltnlMiflltpfi't, At., will. ' Uif. nfr,bfhirfrrt.u Hit rtt of I tnti iDHMdof lOrrati, it htrrtotoir. lrKlla lfrM lotultr ! ftrilwrt will flnj our rttrt I 1 inoitrt Mlhflr ..tajr iithr rMptfUhli AdrrrlUlrf "RarinmNMlrs'MatiUlwIIii. ((Mf In lsortHMiiMfi,MintsitrrUnt. A llMTftl nftMiMr,t. Inwrtlon.... Hjf 1iitlli HM frr ir I 00 ..lira 13. l.miittrlllr Oirosrra. Yesterday wo saw somo strange Adeertlelng rales rurulabed an application. STANFORD, ICY., ntlDAY.MAY 30, 1879. Itrrermrrfav J.tr. W110LE NUMBER 377. OURJOn OFFICE IS COMPLETE In tnti...mil rrttrt 10 tm? tHatilralifj tfhlthfttir Jon Mate, thf Wtt In h rmftT time. IH'.HOClt.lTIV HT.i Til Tit HUT. wit iovrnKoti, l.VKi: V. IIUOKIIVIIX, MJBrrn"W tHiBri C.ISTMT.U (UlNhRAl, ifutl.TnnviinNiiiir JAUIBi Ol n "roll (Vnnlj, Mill ATTORNEY W. llAMMt, n'MerrerlbuMr. I11B AUDITOR, I'AYKTTK ltKWETT, O llardla County. - roiiTitEXsuitnt. J.I.VBV ir. 1 orrnnkiiircunir, r.ir; iiRitirr. runuc inwuction. joh nnsiiA vicmnr, If Fayette County. iim nitniTLR of USD office, HAUVii simwoy, m Mtimi cMir thi: ULli r HVlM. asertar imiurp The troiebJInfralneea majestically granl Keaerled and Imw In Ihe talley new eland.; (mlkeeaeael.eoreklhe Iff f Unc. Where Ihe aaylark reeta Mi wearied wlag; While lb lowing herde tn4 sweet repoee 'Neeta tin Ibit by lb etreenalct grawe. That eportlre brook cew gleeeome day Did wander from Its wonted way. It peeped through a freelc. sad Sadlng a path Through the ea leal walle,wllh a rippling laugh. It nolelcaely, nrarleael hastened along, Aal llepcbtdeennw Iteaeolh w here aeaay a threng Ilea danced and eung, end tb gladeoeae ahoal ntailtlk eee echoed thoao balla sheet. Hut where an now tba cay and proud f Haa eac b been wrapped la kla reeling ahroud Yea, eeeh fcaa been boree from kla bona away And placed 'ocelli Ikt dalalce, wlthtbna todecey, White tba eaeeraero Ibat we pt beelde Iheaa eleep. And eealaeiaaa la left lor Iheaa to weep. Not eece tba ancig ef Iba hlrdlet eeeade Mereeedao it Site e'er Iboaelrled auatla Then. Iba rhlldleh laugh rlnga fortb aa tlear, Vt baa IballllWeara Ware tba rottaga hear. And trip by tba grata af lor4 and 'eiolre, Ta Ibalr pl7 aa tho greee 'iMiath I b aactcnt eplre , Where each la a bant or laJf aa graaJ Aa tba pnwJmt aaanarrkaf all IbalanJ, Aft4 laiaaraaarabl rlcbar. loriloablaojrar Ka pari wllk tbraa artlna rallUri abarc. Ha I llh la la Ikraa a InallM ilmia; AJ la bntj Jwual f argruaa palam glram, Aaalllagfor IbriaaaaiMiia Ulaaf Ibaara, aljarlatbal a4J la Ibrir gkv. AdMa4llhlb Ab I aua Iba watM, aa pan tlaalr paaa bp. Aa4 rauaatbca la aurl at tbal waarafal alk el laaa aarrl IlltU llluaiaaa at paalk, Tar loa auoa. Ilia paa, Ibtp IU laaraot lhalralb, Tbat tba palbaapalllfe anlatlarkamlUrrar, And tba ailvarp rlal iwl alaapanrar. by Tbal IbadrvaMaafcblMaooilaraaatHar Tbaa tba ptaaaurra 14 rltlMaar gLirlraaPvar M.l lr stntr Aiiiltttr. the Hlato Amlitor it itlnajra n most iiiterwlini; ilocumciI. rvirfa Tlic it ! . Hirl nt It re vral with intolcrnble accuracy the ctMpiic of cither iiroepcri! or advmit-- ; I ho tiling of wliich wc may lie proinl ai well at tlio thing of Ita colwhich no may ho aahnmoJ. umns nf tlalnart figures anil it manifold aggrrgalra nro K)tcntially of lmt may ho iclormctl and jhnt may Ihs nccomnliiheil by n liberjwlicy. Tho re port al ami jirogrc-wi- v for tho year ending October 10, 1878, it beforo in, and wo will ai rapidly as possible giro a partial rrsumt of iU rontfiiU. The total nniount received from nil sourcei into the Treasury during the lait fical year wai 82,08U,95I.G8; the lialanea on band Octolxr 10th, 1877, was $588,903.03, making $2,078,858,. 01. The warrant! paid by the Trent-ure- r during the tame period amount' cd to 2,425,C99.C2, leaving n lol-anc- o in the Treasury nt the begin ning ot the current fiscal year of 253,158.tKI. Tho cslimato for fiscal year it peiues the present 31,37,Cl0, and tho estimate of from all tourcci U61,333,204.73, leaving an eitlmatcd deficit of at 13,512,833 pounds, an Increase ol over 2,000,000 jwunds. Tho hog product was 173,242 tons, tons; the corn n decreaso ol product was 58,303,707 bushels, a decreaso of almnl 0,000,000 bushels. Tho whrnt product was 7,452.832 bushels, an Increase of about 2,600,000 bushels. The barley product was 490,153 bushels, an Increase of 202,000 bush els. I'iir metal was produced to the extent of 80,521 tons, an increase ol 00,000 tons. The statement of tho properly of negroes presents some very Interesting features. There is credited to them 131,130 acres of land, (increase, 14,. 000 acres) valued at $1,275,300; 5,. 995 town lots, (Increase, 400) valued at $1,288,155; horses and mares, 14,-94- 5, valued at $100,584; mules, 103, valued at $155,280; jennets, 72, valued at $1,162; cattle, 7,019, valued at $15,439; stores, 69, valued at $13,-01"carriages" valued' at 87,992; watches valued at $0,082. The total valuation of negro property Is $3,300,-33which would seem to be a very healthy amount of worldly goods owned and possessed, by a class of cit-liedescribed by our Republican -citizens at "persecuted,'' 'deprived of every right," 'Slaughtered ," etc, etc. We call the attention of the little snivelers of the Northern press to theso facts. There is, indeed, much to bo done In the negro's behalf In the way of providing education for him, as we shall show at some future time, but we believe matters are working in the right direction. The negroes pay a tax of $14,878.51; there are 54,519 black males over 21 years of age, and 53,3 1G legal voters; there are 50,275 children between six years old; the number and twenty-on- e of pounds of tobacco raised by negroes was 0,710,091; hemp, 209,925; hay, bushels; 5IG tons; corn, 1,494,205 wheat, 1 10,802 bushels; barley, 1,435 bushels; liar iron, 820 tons. There is a depressing item of inter est in the tables which show that 725 Idiots, from tho various counties, arc supported by tho State Treasury JcOertflii county being credited with 10; while Clinton has 19; Harlan, 18; Hreathitt, 18; Clay, 23. Tho other features ( tho report we will cite and comment upon at another time, especially those relating to the school fund, tho school children and the school revenues. The decline in values is quite large in Kentucky, but we have only shared iu the depreciation common to prop erty throughout tho whole country. We nro not burdened with a State debt, but it would bo better if wo had development of our some marked great resources to exhibit in connec tion with the low State tax and freedom from public debt. Fully CO per cent, of the lands of our State are in valuable timber, while the coal, iron and coal oil area, yet undeveloped, is immense. We need capital to push Into fastnesses and lift the vail which conceals our great natural resources. Iu the natural progress ef events this must come in time; but there are fortunes to be made y by such investments as we speak of. We must not attempt to resist the categorical ought, generally obeyed by tho Anglo C.-- J. Saxon race. Lot of flower Pol., You will Sud a Brand-neon tho 10th of October, 1878. Irotn. the euiatleat to Ihe Ijrgeat size, at tha I1 The number of acres of taxable land DaecE Tmufsrnd Fro of Chars;. O. Store. it 2 1,310,258, and tho net iucreaso it 200,703 over thencrcago of 1877. The You will New Mom valuation U reported at 8192,197,030, U.tltore. n, decreased valuation of bowing Value of town JoU, You will find Japauoed Itltd Oujra, llreedlaf ta. decreaso of $7,372,009 from re end arwal other ilodeerfajeeatlhe 1. O. STANFORD. KY. 1877. Ilonci and marcs, 300,001, Store. valued at $14,548,807; decrease in You will flud Sheep Shears, I'ruiilcz Mteara aud Mulct, 109,- valuation, $1,705,079. Knlree, tlrwa Klilrreand l.awn Mewere at Ilia E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr. 171; decrease, 11,308; value, $4,839,. I'. O. Store. 883,-- decrease, $700,050. Cattle, 505,-O'OIncrease, 27,017; value, $4,877,. You. will find an aaaortuiefit of Urldlee ttllnd aod Uarriaget 118; decrease, $141,051. nidlo;, Collara, Itamee, liable Sti lugs and Trace This Old and Woll - Known valued at $1,430,997; dccreicc, $115,. Uotol Still maintains its Chaloa at tha P.O. Store. , 300; gold and silver watches-- $1,028,. High Imputation, You will find Heuu rucklug, Seagraaa aud Cutloo n total The 302; decrease, 8203,544. lUia and llrooui Twloe at the P. O, Store. property valuation in 1878 was 8354,. Its Proprietor is Determined that 019,070, thowiug a decrease of it snail oe second to do uountry You will Hud Uuiler Crot ke and Stoiieware of all Hotel in the State in its Fare, n depreciation of about eight Appointment!, or Attenkludaatthal'. it. Store. er cent; Tho tax at forty cents, on tion to Comfort of their duetts. the $100 amount, to 81,410,078.70",, You Mill Hod lUcod, Lard, Uulter, L&a, Meal, decrease of 8115,072.24 from1877. KIo.ii and IVatoee al tha P. O. Store. . , The number of whito males over 21 Uaixa, e will be centered ta tad 'reel the Sepal You will Sad, la additlou loahore, a complete flea efcaarfc. apeclal acraaaaaadatlaaa ta years ol ago Is 303,943, au Increase of aa i aataiarciai i raiciara. i aa uar will aa eloik oMIard ware tod Uuilcrj al the P. II. store. tlaaie aoaalled with the ckelreet 9,000. The number of legal white .raaaaera.ieaaraaaaa.lgara. as eirtlleat Liter; le attacked. voters is 297,922,nu Increase ol 3,500. You will Sud Water Hutketj, Tubs, The number of legal black voters Is Itolllol line, Hruoui tad As Handles, al Iba P. 53,310, an increase of 1,200. O, Store. The number of children beUceu You Hill find eeTcraldluVlrol Wales of Sewing Mathe agec oi six und tneuty years Is chines aud Kewli.f Mwhlne Xrrdtce at Ilia P. O, SIMtl.VU AM) 409,719, au iucieute of 5,000. NUMMl'.U Store. The number of dugs (over two) re- mii.i.i.m:uy: i ported Is U30, but It is evldeut that You will Sad alwat read la lra lha kl(be.l these figures; should bo multiplied by aiuktl nkel for Uulter, 1'., Lirj IWoa I AM hOW OPEN1NII A FILL LINE OF NEW 1,000 to get at the true number. There AMlUt'illTU'ULbrVLUUF Meal sad flour si the I. O. Store. were 7,095 sheep, valued at $22,002, , lluiiui-takilled by dogs In 1878. Hats, Flowers, Millions aud You will find Ibat wa will always Use pleasure In Trimmings of all Kinds. Tho tobacco product foots up feature, but egad you couldn't teach memory which might bo reached thro' when tho girls accidentally tick!) him The possession of one virtue will walling ea leu whea til need of any In lag la pounds, au iucreaso of her, for she had been there before, aud the muscular integument by (lie ap while putting ou hit new shoes. save a man the lost of one will ruin Una, aud salt all to tlra ha a call al the P it A WslTOF INeri.UIO.N VT ILL AMPLY M (muiids. The hemp product only murmured, "Dust me morel" plication ot blrchei) rods. Philadelphia Chronicle. Store. a woman. PAl M. E. BAVlrHM. Do the Ityltia Suffrr IVtil t AfaHrtrnrf JarAti. People do not like to think of death. The widow of "Stonewall" Jack. looking laslngs which were most care- It Is an unpleasant subject; but It son says that no man has been more fully guarded by tho gentlemen who constantly obtrudes Itself, and there misunderstood than her husband. "H0 as to Is represented," she asserts, "as having had brought them in from the hills. has been much speculation nnd hardalnnieliieiil whether mental or physical pain at- been stern, Inexorable, We slopped In open-eyeand dumb wonder. We had seen the tends tho final net. Observation teach- hearted. No was just tho opposite. He tho double wo es us that thero Is littlo pain of cither was as demonstrative, as nfleclionate midgets, the man-fish- , man and specimens of men, birds, kind In dying. Kxperienco will come and yielding ns a woman. At homo beattt and reptiles from every clime, to us all one of these days, but It will he was tender, playful, and loving. but never before had we beheld any come too late to benefit those who re- Ills whole life hung around his home. thing like these. There was not a main. It seems to lie a kind of pro He had no ambition no love of now thread of clothing on their bodies, and vision of nature that as we approach cr so thought of place or pomp. His their skins, Instead of being rough and the dread event our terrors diminish, horror of bloodshed was Instructive horny as It the case with most "wild and the coward and hero die alike-fear- less, and powerful. He served his country indifferent or resigned. men," was soft and white, thinly covAl from a seme of duty. He was pasered, not with hair, but soft, bluish to physical pain, Dr. Edward II sionately devoted to children. Our quills. Their feet had only four toes Clakc, In "Visions," says: "The rule first child died, and my daughter was each, with long, curving nails. Their Is that unconsciousness, not pain, at- born viily a few weeks beforo his legs, unlike the rest of their bodies tends the final act. To the subject of death. He never took a day's fur were covered by teguments which Iwre it, death is not more painful than lough during the war; not even to an Imperfect resemblance to fish scales. birth. Painlessly wo come; whence come to see his child. Just before tho Their mouths were very prominent, we know not. Painlessly we go; battle of Chancellorsvlllc, I took tho and their foreheads retreated to the whither we know not. Nature kind littlo baby and went to seo him. You tho back of 'their heads. Noses they ly provides an anrosthctie for the should havo seen what raptute he went had none, but, luiteod, breathed thro' body when tho spirit leaves it. Pre into over that littlo girl's cradle. I amttircs below their eves. In the vious to that moment, aad in prcpa have seen him kneel by her cradlo for place of their arms they had long ap- ration for it, respiration becomes fee hours at a time, just gazing Into her parently useless appendages, which ble, generally slow and short, often sleeping face." It was suggested that they constantly kept folded. Of hands accompanied by long inspirations and tho letters to her during the war, they had not a semblance. The only short, sudden expirations, so that tho would give many interesting points. attractive feature about them was blood it steadily less and less oxygen- "Oh, no," she said, a charming blush their eyes, which were large and lu- ated. At the same time the heart stealing over her face, while soft reminous, of a soft dreamy brown, nnd acts witli corresponding debility, pro- membrances put in n new light in her which looked out upon the strange ducing a slow, feeble and often Irreg- expressive eyes, "tticy were all real sights of the city with an appealing ular pulse. As this process goes on, love letters. He bad littlo room for be- - the blood is not only driven to tho any expression of innocent, child-likthing else in his letters borne. wildermeui and timidity. "Sir," we head with diminished forco and in less And then ho was a very prudent man we inquired of one of the men in quantity, but what flows there Is load- and never talked of his plans to any charge, after we had minutely made ed more and more with carbonic acid one. these observations, "what do you call gas, a powerful anaesthetic, the same Served Him Riant. A story it these!" "We calls them" he said, as that derived from charcoal. Sub told of a Kentucky girl who had agreed with a look of lofty compassion for ject to its influence, the nerve centers to elope with a lover whom her par our Ignorance, "we calls them Spring lose consciousncss,apparent sleep creeps refuted to admit to the house. She chickens over the system; then comes stupor ent! the Crst of the wason descended tho ladder in the night and $1.50 apiece. Will you have some? and then the end." started with him horseback. "Now you They're mighty uigh as big asstraw- out ft it 1,1: see how I love you," she said; "you will IwrricsP C.-- J. s o always bj n truo and kind husband, If we kuew tho find them won't you?" Ho answered gruffly. "Per Art III ISnlnrm ail Ihr Art mf famUlntl many old maids wo should l.lrrr. by the puricst pothos haps I may,aud perhaps not. She rode - characterized At tho last meeting of tho Hopkinslife's most elevating discipline. in silence a few minutes,when she sud ville Neue Zelt Cooking Club, Mr. and Often docs a woman remain single be- denly exclaimed: "Oh! what shall we Sam Gaines lectured on the art of manufacturing hash. Speaking of cause the is faithful to an ideal. Per do? I left ray money behind me in haps some happy dream of girlhood ray room!" "Then," said he, "we fried liver and its influenco on Conwas broken by death or estrangement must go lack and fetch it." They gressional legislation, he said: "Cut tlio perhaps she has never met tho man were soon again at the housc,the ladder two-thirLiver 1'ad in chunks about who fully realized her aspirations, and was again placcd.tho lady remounted, of n foot thick; soak it in ice water whom in perfect fealty she could feel while the lover remained about a quarter of a century; havo herself able to love, honor and obey. below. But sho delayed to come.nnd so ready tamo butter in the spidei; when hatcver men may think on the sub ho gently called, "Are you coming ?" hot buck ami gag the spider and put ject, that last word, "obey," has a She looked out of tho window and said: in tho liver; season with salt, pepper meaning to thoughtful women, "Perhaps I may, and perhaps not!" and an onion chopped fine; dustn little grave who, conscious of "ft soul ot their and then shutdown the window. flour over tho top; cover tight to keep own," aro a littlo terrified at what steam in as much as possible; add a Hardly any better retort on roccord obedience may involve. Other women cooking, to keep httlo ico water while there are who arc of gentle and more than one made to Professor llonamy from getting dry (do not let tho ico yielding natures who have formed an l'rlce.of Oxford University, on his late burn); when brown, turn on the other ideal which in real lifo is novcr ap- visit to this country. Ho was not side; put on a littlo more salt, pepper proximately reached, though this class remarkablo for his geniality audita and flour; when done, take tho liver only desire to find the idol worthy of dinner party ,at which popular ideas of out on a platter, put in about a tea their adoration and obedience. At heaven happened to bo under discuscup of sour mash, more ice, salt and any rate, tho woman who remains sin- sion, be turned to Dr. W. II. Belliows pepper; if not thick enough add a litand said: 'We would like to havo your d gle rather than make "a tlo more flour, wet with milk until you opinion of heaven, Dr, Bellows.as that marriage" Is worthy of all honor. thickness of beef graget it about the ot one who stands outside the pale vy; pour over the liver and serve with ItEHXED LiNauAQF. Men and of civilized religion." Dr. Bellows re salt and pepper. This Is the New Era women should acquire in early life plied "My idea of heaven is that of a George Club's way of cooking it". tho habit of using good language, dinner-part- y where we can have every Jones. In Lou. Commercial. both In speaking and In writing, and thing we want without money and also avoid the use of slang words and but one joined in "A wise son maketh a glad father,' phrases. The longer they live the without price." All Independent. the laugh. old proverb. Let us seo about says an more difficult the acquisition of good that. A proud father took his first-bor- n language will be, and if the golden The daily newspaper said now to to tho theatre. The boy was much inter ago of youth, the proper time for the contain most reading matter, is the ested in the play, particularly those acquisition of language, be passed in Chicago Times. It has sixteen pages, parts where the lovers embraced nnd abuse, the unfortunate victim is very eight broad columns to the page, 12S kissed each other, which was quite properly doomed tu talk slang for life. columns in all, and is printed in close the close of an affectFinally, at llible Error. Jloney is not necessary to procure type. Included in its new equip Here is n bit of information which ing scene, Araminta thew her arms education. Every person has it in his ment aro eight improved presses, will do for that conventional scrap-boo- k around Augustus neck and kissed liim power. He has to uso the language with a combined capacity of 00,000 which is tho property of every for about the twentieth time. Smart which ho reads instead of the slang copies per hour. It paid last year over household. Many edi- sonny turned to his father aud said: which he hears; to form taste from the $100,000 for telecraphlc news. It has tions of the Bible have been published "Pa, what do they do that iort ' "Do best speakers and poets of the coun 300 paid correspondents and 30 editors "Why, that," said during tho last 300 years, and into not what.Charley?" try; to treasure choice phrases in his and reporters. n few of them sorao peculiar errors CharIey,poiuting to the tableau on the memory and habituate himself to their The meanest thing possible In mau have crept. What is known as the stage, "what makes 'em do that t" use, avoiding at tho same time that "Urecchea Uible" (Geneva, 15G0,) was "Oh,"repl!ed pa. "they are in love and pedantio precision and bombast which is to breathe the breath of scandal so called because Genesis iii., 7, was want to get married." Charley reflect- show rather the weakness of ambition against the character of n woman. eo said translatd; "Thoy sewed fig leaves to- ed a moment and then gladdened pa's than the polish of an educated mind. It is no excuso that the mean, low, contemptible thing you gether aud made themselves breeches," heart thus: "Well.I guess tliat's what's are retailing. The bare suspicion will instead ot "aprons, as In the hugluh tho matter with ma aud the preacher, A gentleman not extremely givtho purest character; a version now usel. Iu the "Treacle for that's thowaysho done him in the en to pitty was dismayed by being tarnisli llible" (15G8) Jeremiah VIII 22, was parlor the other day when you was asked to say grace at a ttraugo table. word may blight it forever. Why betmado to read, "Is there no treacle in gone away." Exit wise son and glad To refuse and explain, would bo breathe and tarnish what it likely ter than your own; why speak that Giiead," etc., instead of "balm," aud father. embarrasing; to comply would be a. ra which may, nay is more likely to iu 1009 the word was chauged to I heard a rather amusing reply giv equally so. He chose the latter, and blast? "rosin;" balm' nas first used in 1011. en tho other evening at a ball, by au started off briskly enough with "Ob, a a The "Vinegar llible," printed iu Ox. American girl in Loudon society' who Lord, bless this table' Just herc,being Spirit of run Law. Public sobriderives ford iu 1717, by John lhuket, had strayed away from tho ballroom. unused to tho bui!ness,he nearly broke ety Is a relative duty, and therefore its name troni the heading of Luke Her mother subsequently discovered down, but by a gigautio effort pulled enjoined by law. It a man makes his xx, which was made to read, "The her In a remote nook witli a geutolmaii through with "World without end. vices public, though they be such as Tho book parablo of the vinegar." who had his arm arouud her waist, Yours respectfully, amen." seem principally to aflect himself (as had manv other errors, from which it while the rested the tho tips of her drunkenness, or the like) they then has also boeu called, after the printer's Theso aro the days wheu the good become, by the bad example they set, pretty littlo fingers ou hit manly basket of errors." In 1031 shoulders. "Daughter, what's name, "A all thW mau of tho Kentucky towut, who has ot pernicious effects to society; and a llible was printed in Kuglaud, and exclaimed the irate mamma. Saucy been saving his pocket money for the thereforo It Is tlio business of tho huin 1732 another appeared In Germany, cheeks looked up calmly and replied, last three months, directs Ins wife to Ulack-stonman laws to correct them. both of which made the seventh com- "Mamma, alloir me to introduce Capt. pack his carpet-bag- , with the explan, a m ai mandment read, "Thou shalt commit X. to you. I had promised him a ation that "I calkerlate I'm bouu' for A cubit foot of alcohol weighs 793 adultery," tho word "not" being omit- dance, put I was so tired that I could to go to that Presbyterian meetin' at ted. It luu been very appropriately not keep my word, and I am giving Louisville," and, witli n wiuk at the ounces, tho same quantity of water weighs l,000ounce. Alcohol being tho called the "Wicked llible." Loudon hired man, "I wouldn't miss seeln' him a sitting waltz istcad." them big gum, Iter. Trinidad and lighter it flies to the head. Cut this Letter. Once on au eveniug dismal, I gave a. i Lord Murphy, tor a year's croppln'." out and pasto it on your thumb nail. a a .i her a kiss paroxysmal, and called her "My schoolmaster," says Thomas Wo shake hands when we meet. The name baptismal; precious name I lov Curlyle, "was a good Latin scholar, Two Kentucky maidens havo open ed of yore. Ah, she was a darling and of tho human mind he kuew this ed a blacktmithlug shop, aud it's on Gambler Itlauders salute by rubbing crcatuie, pert Iu speech aud bright Iu much that it hud a faculty called Interesting sight to see mule blush noses. Either custom is absurd. Ilevcrenco for law is a sentiment of force among alt classes of society, Coarser natures aro Impressed by the power it represents and tho force which executes if; whilo tho higher feel to ward it something of that chivalrlc Ioy ally which found expression in the In well known words of Hooker, which he declares of Law as an idea In great-varietand at that "there can be no less acknowl E edged than that her scat Is the bosom W-IZETTIof God, her voice the harmony of tho world; all things In heaven and earth Cor. Third and Market do her homage, the very least as feeling her care and tho greatest as not When you visit tho city, before exempted from her power. The educa variety and tional Influence of the laws ol a coun try, though silent Is yet constant and CASDintTM. most powerful, because not merely of their external authority; because of this S. GOOCJI Every la a candidate la repraeent Iba reuntr ef Lincoln strong instinct of reverence. In the nest LEOISLATUnn u,lt U 1L. .nun : student of thephilosophy of history has oil be Pcniorrac! ueciiooarai. uonoaytn. au- ....'-..noted how influential have been the laws of n people in fixing their moral rnorwsiojiu standard. An expression nt first of the high or low state of the average . MILtElt, private conscience, they have reacted upon that conscience and served to in ATTORNEY AT LAW, tensify and perpetuate the state of HTANFOItD, ICY. mind and heart which gave them birth. i. wmrit a to., LOCWtM.fc, KT. MEN'S CLOTHING, YOUTHS' CLOT HOG, HOYS' CL 0TIIING, CHILD REN'S GTaOTHlNG, prices to suit the times at 0". lEt &c OO.'S, DIRECTOBT. Streets, Louisville, Ky. purchasing, look at their great learn prices. CHIBC1I i:zua noon. 8undar School BBperlnteudent. night, rrarer Sleeting ererr Wedneodar aftera, at. It. K. Barrow, at J. M. BAmST. Rtr. FourthBarer, raator. Serilcea ttundafe, morning and and on Slrat and Third Lord's dare. Sunder school at irio. rfos. severance, ruperinieuueoi. METHODIST, SOUTH.-K- ir. nllRISTIAH. Worship be the contrrgltlon rrMrblnebv F.ld. Jim. Hallou J. 8. Sua, Sundae morning and night nlchta. Bunder School W." Judge Pitman. a a Under the vagrant law, Miss Daisy Stewart aud Lizzie Murray.two women of our town.wero last Monday sold to highest bidder. One of them brought twenty-fivcents and the other n dime. e raornlog and night on 1 lr.1 end Third Sundaja. Union Knodae tthool at Joe. W Rent, 6uperlBteDdent. Union Prayer Meeting Wedoecdef nlghta. practice In the courta of I Ma aad adlolalnf connueeand in Ihe Court or Appvala. Office In .u wvi.-.ivuaTJUESHITCKIAn, ZtflKTII. itar. c. u. AM IBALD,Pa8torfprracbaaaaSecoodand fourth bandars, uornlns, and night. S. A K. Will J. 8. stma, superintendent. PRESBYTERIAN, SOUTURet. J.UllaaSM el . a, T W. HOCKErt, Glasgow Times. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, HTANPonn, icv. Office STANFORD COUNCIL, MO. S3, lureta at ol each elrat Thandar night month. A.lt,rBnHT,T. I.U. M orer McAllatcr A I.jllc'a store. Happiness that is undisturbed bo- - Q 8. MYEHS, e mutt havo ups comes tiresome. and downs. The difficulties whicli are mingled with lovo awaken passion nnd Sloliere. are mingled with pleasure. a a R th. J. Si. OYAL AKCII CHAPTER, NO. M.mcel.at Ma- annie llall oc tba a tret Alorular nl2bt or racn. A. n.l'isr,H. r ATTORNEY AT LAW, icy. with Judge rblllpe In tha WALLACE! LINCOLN month. rHIure, Secretarf. LOIXIK. NO. CO, ueeta at Masonic Iba Second alondar night In eech lie. J. T. Bono, W M ODD FELLOWS. OLDEN RULE ENCAMPMENT. NO. T, I, O. ' 1 1. V.. meet. In lldd Fallow.1 Hall on t Iral .n.l Third Tueadar nlghta of each month. S.S.JlrERj,C P d. U. Dasala, scribe. One smile for the living is worth a dozen tears for the dead. MISCiXLUEOl'S. Office Square. T. W. VAKNON. E.VAKSOX STANFORD m V. A V. E. VAllXOK, ICE! IOB ICES! ..u.vui.m,dk. LOIKIE, NO. 15S, I. O O. !'., meets Hall eeerjr AilurJay night. 1 BI1VB, n II ATTORNEYS AT LAW, W'l'ANPOIll), Office In Court Square. i;j. r. (lOOD TEXfLARS. ICY. VALLEY 1330, 1. 1. O. T.,uecla HatleTerr Wldar nlgbt. o. . iuais. ii. i. i Dr. 8. P. Cxllo, Secretarr. LODOE.NO. )Ia?inf gathrm brt quantity of f iff llnt Ir?. I wilt UellTer it to rrculir rtutomcrs fiery morning tt QAM. M. nunUETT, oxk cext im:k lOUXl! AtHlaxtralreanp tlmfliliirlnc Ihe Jap. at A lVna y'a atora , at aaine rata. lYranna ancrJulp lit will Wrharcnl lilifbrr. lt ATTORN EY AT LAW, 311. VmtNON, icv . Will feiwc.al MITCAL AID. LODOE.NO. 37, I. I). M. A LOOAN'8 FORT Wllnw.1 (hid ll.tt Th.....!. night, T. M.ruataoTox, 1' tlio. o. Secretarr. Accounts duo at tho close of each Month, and prompt settlement roquirod. ttrirtlfa hit) nn In frnjiVioal U, ..! vuin, JJolnlUaT rOUIltle-IDil In ttist Piaiirt nf innatla attention glreo to collection. MIGHTS Or IIOXOR. IS. C OF HOPE LODGE, NO.Wednesday II., meets In llall ererr nhrhu a. a. nraiazx, u. judok . tv. Haoirx, u Map You will Hua and I. IS79. HOIIT. H. HAIIItlMV. T.EEF. HUFFMAN, SURGEON DENTIST, D. WARREN HTANFOUD . ICY. & SON, aol Mara Fancy Hat Ins recelfed hla Mechanical Annaratn. la now preiared to do work In ever trench of hla bualneaa. AIITIFICtAI. TKBT1I Inaerted in luo uioai approreu alf 10. nOTELS. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES College. "P.O.STOBE,' You will Dn.l tHaplo Ororrrln ot all ST. ASAPH HOTEL, Stanford Female STANFORD KY. TIIOS. MCHAHDS,Froi.'r. lln.l. at tlio r. O. You will fintl Oransea, Leraona, Drta.1 Apples soil JXJiTE, 1879. SUKDAY, JUHE8TH. 11 O'CLOCK, AT THE COUItT.HOl'oi; reachra, rrunca, Mapla Bugir anJ Cocoantila at tha r. O. Start. Sua Cbmc, slamroDl, Canoc-- . CraclrJ Wheal, of rvrrp OPENED 10 IHS PUBLIC til 22sd, 1978 lllra, Dried llet fanl l Gootli at tha a Store. bJln; IV t, store. X AXSUAL COMMEXCEMEXT SEKMOX PARE, $2.00PERDAY. CENTRALLY LOCATED. Br REV. .A. W. WILSON, D. V. WEDNESDAY, JUNE You will Snd Garden How. Rakee, At Haodlea, at Ilia Uro-'- O. You will Sud Ilrlcss 1 P. M. 1'errjr IVa It, 8 and Petrol I fttrt IVa (tardea Serda at Ihe 1'. U. Store. Hpoolal AoooiuiitoilittloiiH Tnivolun. Coinraorolnl AT mix; an ivuAie conojju'p TUUBSD AT. JUNE 13T1I.B O'CLOCK, MYERS HOTEL, RaBulr Ctimneaaewsuant WITH Exercises, ANNUAL ADDRESS RT ItP.V. O. I' HTZI.1T , ALD, 1). V. STANFORD SEMINARY Prof. HAHSKN. I'rtir. ii:mmmi. Thanes! aeaaloii at this Institution win begin ON MONDAY, SEPT. 2, 1878, Asl toBtlDu tort y vvftu, ullti tuiIIud oj oiu wvtktt CbiUtuw. Th forur Ittntlual vlll fuiillnu la t birst ,Lt.l UI.MtUsMN.IaItHl vliU bawarir frur. Jetty, uk, ol bun tur4 lmaU I'ullewi", vita 1U li. ttisi charivoIrtiaMti tstlh uh. ih ..s.I,m, jd Pt.lt bkvtlON OF TWENTY WI.H.H TOTHELADIES! 11 Urmle, 918; Usui tii-ml- fcttO; Nenlor Urnile, M. TAKJJ NOUMOIi hi. No pupils retailed waeeielu erreere for vious aeadooa, pre- tnd. All Milt Sua al tbf end ef Iwo uoatus tlttl walrlcuialloa. Srd. All puplla charged frojl Hue ot Mir until the tad of that seaaloo. elk. hsdedatlloaa U iWata peutraeled asrepl la cases at, llikaeaa. &Iic inferior journal. Frldy Monde. My Hvr. M".ir-rr.- 30, 1879. FMImr Drmtrmllr Otiimifoii. Next Monday tlio question m Jo who alinll bo tlio party' camlltliite lor Itqircscntativo in this county, will be ilccitletl in Maw Convention here. 8. Qooch ii the only avow. Mr. n Democratic aspirant, anil it seems to In tlio general ilctirathat ho should He ii a good rcocire the nomination. mail, thorough! endorsed hjr tho peo ple of hit section, and it found in lili political principles. Iet every liody turn out and give him or whoever shall I tho nominee such an uneqmr ocal endorsement as will put a quietus on tho windy egotist, who makes it his business to run for office on every and all occasions. Er tt " I I V Tom OitEF.x, of the MajsvilleTa rjU, is out in a long card in the CW in which ho reiterates his charges of perjury, forgery and the mutilation of public records against Hargis, tlio recently elected Supreme Judge, and demands a legal investign lion, promising Ihatif he fails to make good his accusations that lie will make "any apology, however aMcct, that Hargis may require, and publicly aC' knowledge himself a liar and a' ca luminator." The charge are too seri mis and tho character of tho man who makes them too well established to admit of them being ignored. They must Ira investigated, and if Hargis shrinks from it, the lar of Kentucky should sco that the matter is tlior oughly silted. The highest tribunal oi tho Stale must not be disgraced by such a man as Hargis is bound to be considered, until ho proves himself clear of the charges boyond tho shad' ow of a doubt. not.itivnt'XTY. Wb learn that Henry Watersoni goes lack on lili fiery article nn Hen- Unntlllr. llAsk lULL-A- t Georgetown. Frldsy: Iricks, In which ho called him "a fool He had looked Dinvllle, SO; Georgetown, 15. and a conspirator." Goon llAl!. Till locality wa Messed on too much wino lb.it night whito it fall of ralnnlmnt noon list was red, and it was tho wino that dic- with a copious Monday, nrtlcle. Shame I tho red-htated SitAH.vox. The latest prodigy, Harry Tiin Stalwarts arc as mad as March Shannon, "the Imy orator," I billed for hares over the result in Ohio. The this place on the SOtli. Tickets To AaoiT M0 Kicunsto Grant boom is weakening. High Bridge, were sold atthedepoton Saturdiy and Sunday. .it.tMir.i DrconAiiox Day. The grave of the We Mini congratulation to onr Mend, Federal soldlei In our Cemetery will reWill Marlial!,Jr.,of tl.eCiimtwrlaml ceive appropriate honor on decoration Oawter on III went acnti Isltlon of 1 Iter lay, May 30th. half. IlLtvixs-RnYAKT. Mr. Alfred I.AxrASTtR'a On the 22n4, Mr. CitUROll. Wevlns, of Pulaski, and Mr.. Lord ha been awarded the contract for EllsU rtell Ilryint, hf thin count, were made building a new Presbyterian Church at Lancaster, at $7,000. on flesh. Yesterday at the re- QraooBurtom. Deaths. On the 20th, of heart disease, Idenee of Jlr. John If. Jones Mr. Cvrtne-o- u Frank Smith, In the 39lli year of hi age Sunday morning at 0 o'clock, Martha W. Clragg, a young dniggist of Monti- cello, and Ml Wllletlle Kurton, sister of Gentry, wile oi Peter T. Gentry, aged 51 year. Mrs. Jones, were united In matrimony liy Im Jail, George W.Taylor, the color F.IJr Joseph Dillon. The lirlde I prt-ltand preacher, arrested In and accomplished, the groom It an en- ed school-teache- r ergetic business man, ami their proMWti Stanlord, recently, for falsely personating for happiness are Lrlght and asmirlng. They another, and obtaining thereby $105 on left for Montlcello liy private conveyance New York draft from the First National Bank of this place, waived an examining Immediately after the reremony. trial ami waa held In $200 ball. The Sheriff succeeded In getting back $125, silly-fiv- e Afire Xotrm, dollar of which, belonged loa Church Tlit University of Virginia ha 3G5 stu dent this session, many of whom an from at Turnersvllle, ami wa deposltad In bank In hi ntme. Taylor I the only negro who Kentucky. ever ran for public office In thi county. MsJ John Duncan hat mn nnmlnatnl by the Democracy of Mercer, an It can- - Several Tear ago he wa a candidate for constable in a ltepiibllcan precinct, nnd iliil-- tc for the Legislature. or. a Bab Place ron It Mr. Iult Hopper hut exercised hi artistic talent In cutting e with a the "Isonl TrAyer" on a common hickory cane. The letter are traced In clear, finished type diagonally around the stick from top to bottom, avoid Ing all protuberance, and presenting an attractive appearance. ltELtatova. -- Dr. Hopson closed a series f sermons at the Christian Chnrch on Wednesday night with 17 additions by baptism. All except one are quite young. The style or these meeting has been logical, and destitute of the usual exciting element npon uch occasion. Dr. Hopson I a finished pulpit orator. Mrs. Hopson cconinanled him. and charmed all with her high attainment and unassuming manners. l'rr.r. Morrw,of Missouri, taught a class In Mathematics In thi city last week, and I this week at Buckeye similarly engaged. Mr. W. P. Walton and wife and Mr. Geo. II, Bruce and wife were the gnest of Mr, w. II. W herritt on Monday. Misses Maud Mcll-avand An nle Bell, of Jlarmlsburg, our rail way station nn Saturday, en route lor Itichmond. (In Monday Messrs. Charles Itode and W . Thomaiyr Danville, were In town, Mr. Iswin MrKce. of Frankfort, Is theiucst of W. II. Kinnalrd, Kaq. Mr. John Logan, of Hustonvllle, I here. Mr. Allan Ileatley, wife and daughmeeting last ter attended Dr. Hopson' week. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pettu and Mis Mitchell, ol Louisville, are visiting lh l'cttus. .Mr. Henry Uwslev. or Frank fort, Is here. Eld, Maglnn, or Danville, wis at the protracted meeting here on Thursday, but wis summoned home by the death or Mr. Peter T Gentry, a most estimable member 01 hi coninrniion. Mis Susie Arnold, late or Klrkiville, came home to unite her fine voice with the the reliilous service choir that at the Christian Church. General Clsno was in town last week. Mr. Melville M Vaughan baa transferred his Interest In the Kentucky I isifor to another arty srvr AnTrntiarartTa. each, would U psld off In Aligns! neit It 1 proposed to pay ne bond per year from this lime until tbe debt Is iltscharfeil ! Jndge George W. McClnre laid befnte the umrl hi action in rumllng these bonds, which bore 10 tier cent. Interest, with oth Birtrol Aritltn frin mt hrM ivn lit-- Ilinif.t Mthr-.l- l . Asrw. s. tUrk laa er bond which near only 0 per cent. Inter- PMk.ktttMill hi thi. Mgh.SMt Tyrant.. fttt than lnAnnnfr est, which wss warmly appro veil. llfrlaivr-aJYofnM.iJ.rnhTrfht wUhtr. A I1W Primary Election Onnrnitiv-- At a rral rritnt m h pM for IWr AM'.T, HICK. MlfeVi.tm. m-- n meeting of the Democratic Kxecntlve ComMiiMfTiiiT, fc?r mittee held on Monday list.the resignation of M. F. BrlnVleyit Chairman thereef.was accepted, and Sam M. llunlett, wa elected Infill the vacancy thus occasioned. It waa men onierni that a Unnvention be held at the Court-hous- e in ML Vernon, on Mon- MARE STOLEN That there are double as many Crab Orchard Springs, Ky. GHAMPiONMOWERSrlREAPEflS Used Persoxal. a One hundred anil twenty tlioiminil dol lars worth of $10 certificate w re mM at wa defeated. nAcrnsiox to the CuMnrnmsn. Members of the Cincinnati Board or Trade and Transportation entered upon their long contemplated excursion over the C S. li.lV.ta Cumberland Hirer, on Wed' nesdav morning or last week. Fifteen or twenty gentlemen, upon invitation, board ed the train at thi point. The time table had been arranged with special reference to sliced, and right well did the engine perform Ita duty. The grandeur or the scenery along the route wa enjoyed by all and the climax of wild rustic beauty was reached, when, from utter darknet the train plunged into mid-aiat It were, and Convention had been regarded as one slowly wound it way In a beautiful curve t w. cimsTJitTsmtKirr, Jeil of National importance, and wire- firiTTEsiaa cured l,y rules over lie valley and waters of the Cumber LOUISVILLE. britesrrlfitlon to !mrsanJt Co.. 10123, New week. workers were present from all parts land, We were now upon a high emiSTs-York. bloodshed. of tho United States. overlooking Point Burnside. X nence UOCKCiHTLK for.VTl". SPECIAL NOTICE The Underwood broken out stroll, a ramble, ami a loll under the sweet war ha Ho.w Walter JiVASs, Kcpublican HO Iff? .IW.Iff'l. )lt. Vrrnan. afresh In Carter county. Elsie and CSeorge heightened the train of Currier's land, candidate for Governor, will speak at Lnderwood Tltn two Tom', Tom Hargi' major! have keen shot dead, and from pleasure or the day. At 4 r. M- - we were S. A. MIDDLET0N, Tunnel City. I exceed 3.000. Bully for Tom I Trim Monticeilo Juno 26th; Harrodsburg, ambush, and Jesse, the outlaw, ha raised homeward .sreroiirr - Dtufifrrffr. lound, and at 7 were again in Green' majority, ahould be ever run fur July 7th; Danville, July 9th; Lan- the red flag and vow In avenge their Danville. The well known courtesy qt the an olhce in this country, would tieuou. I will pay the highest market price caster July 10th; Jit. Vernon, July death. Silk Mil In black and light color. road officials, together with the polite atCommon Pleas. The June Term ol for Staves in Cash or Trade in Oener Wm. Lloyd Garrison, the pioneer aboli- tention or the managers or the excursion, our Common Plea Court will convene 11th, and Somerset July 12th, but he Our Organdie and fawn are licautirul al Merchandise at the Lowest Prices. does not so much as tarry for a .mo- tionist died in Xcw York, Saturday night, gave assurance or a pleasant'trlp, and an next Tuesday. The docket is a light one, and rheai. Tan Will also take good Flat-Railfully- - realized, wa the sent! and not more than two or three day will ment in Stanford. This is evidence aged 75. There wa a time when thi ticipations Another large slock or eWiort Ties, bark, Lumber and all kinds of Conn' would have sent a thrill of gladnes of the entire party at the close of the be required to transact the business. ment hi9 head is somewhat inclined to agent for the ceie try Frodnce. I am that through a rtion of this country, but no evening. The CIncInnalian siient the , The Oct and the Ins. The official Ilulton Newiiort and Strap Sandal, Just bratcd Fish Bros. Wagons, which I be level. He knows tliat it would bo body care whether the old man died or night In our city, and resumed the Jour term of the present Magistrate will expire opened. will exchange for Staves, &c. I will on the .list Inst, .he term ot those elect a waste of time and breath to try to not now. ney on the following morning, accompaniWe would call eiecial attention to our receive Staves delivered at Caldwellt ed in August last, begin the 1st day of convince, our people that a party that The grave of the Confederate soldiers ed aa far a High Bridge, by a small party June, ihey mould attend at the lourt stock of Iaraiol and Fans, Wliering it to Enbanki and Pulaski Stations. Notes. Logan Mc- - bouse nest Monday, execute bond and re be the largest anj cheaiest assortment to has declared for teat oaths, for bayo at Cave Hill, were decorated with Wautl-fu- l from thi place u N. A. MIIIIII.lrroN. be found in the city. flower by the loving and tender women Kee, of the Tribune, wa elllorescent with celve their Commissions, nets at the polls and for every other the charms of mountain scenery, and the Political. Mr. B. R. Wilmot, formal. principle in opposition to a covern of LouUvllle, Monday. Col. W. C. P. We were o busy opening and arranging "rclresiimenl" car. lliispirit vtcreexu. from the race for the Legisla. ment by tho people is worthy of the Breckinridge, delivered an oration which berant In the extreme, but not till nearing ly withdrew our new stock that we did not hare time to is spoken of a exceedingly touching and lure last Monday. He gave a reasons for UNDERTAKER. write any thing for thi column last week, least consideration of free men. Walhome did his joy culminate in a most be hit withdrawal, that be preferred solid eloquent. Stanford, Ky. Ilfjiot Street, Itarty organization to any iiosttlon. and but proKe now, to enlighten you someneficent act. Perceiving a mountain-mater, old boy, you have acted wisely. The brazen widow Oliver, who failed to with uncovered head, he amilingty tossed that be believed. In the existing state of what in regard to the new things we have levy black-maon old Simon Cameron, by Col. J. Stood a no Joiinstox, Pres. harmony him Ida bat, and would not so much as amirs, withdrawal,could best be preserved In diesa goods, audi aa Hack cashmere. by hi lie renewed hit alle Slimmer allLs, lace buntings, poplins, figident, announces that the Twelfth An- a breach or promise suit, lias entered the listen to thank from the hlghlander. Your giance to the Democratic party, and prom lecture Geld, She had a $400 house at nual meeting of tho Kentucky 1'ress correspondent knowing well the aforesaid ised an active support to the nominee. Mr, ured lawns, wash ioplina, Ac, Ac. We Pittsburg, Pa., the other night, a suffi vLSBaBBaW7'a3sTaBBm!aitaBBV Association wilt be held in Bowling clent proof of what kind of varmint In. McKee'diwition to "rheumatics." cov- Wilmol'a withdrawal narrows the race for are better able than ever before, to suit the down to a choice between taste of all. An all wool black cashmere, wPVHQHBj3fLOsjPHPjia. ered ye editor' bald ton with Ida hat and the nomination Green, commencing Thursday, Juno habit that smoky city. Alex Link and T. J. Ballard. LIsewhere for SO cents; white piques, figured and bared hi own head to the evening zephyrs. will the call for a Convention to 19. A varied and attractivo proTlio Warner Silver liill which provide We wish it to I understood that 'twas not pas be found uicrlta of these gentlemen. corded; plain nansooks; checked nansooks; on the gramme lias leen arranged, including that silver dollar shall be 412 grain troy the influence of that bat that caused the "The longest pole will knock the persim trttied nansooks; plain jaconets; checked COMPLETE ASSOIITMENT peeeh to Cin mon." and striped Jaconets; Victoria lawns; I'arl I an excursion to Mammoth Cave, and fraction ot a dollar In propoitlonate expression in Mr. McKee' M cinnati representative "Hie latcn-slrlnAccident. Last Sunday morning, at muslin; mull nintlin; bishop lawn; while where tho Kentucky editors will be weight, that person presenting bullion la on the gate, gentlemen; and is always I.iiiiul Cases and Caskets can have It coined Into such dollar at the 0111". A youth standing on High Sir. R. G. Potter and wife v,ero passing organdie; linen lawn; linen cambric, in joined by the Tennessee Press Associthe difference In price between bullion and Bridge with a Webster1 L'linabridgcd Dic- Livingston Station in a Spring wagon, on fact, every thing in the white good line. ALWAYS ON 11 AMI. ation. Kmmett Logan, who was to coin, that the mint shall run their full tionary elaed tightly under hi arm, a their way to their home in Manchester, crotchet, and Mar White honey-comFuneral Calls Promptly Attended. have been orator on tho occasion, has capacity If bullion I presented, or $2,000,. iiearn to ejaculate mat ne nail "clunmeu the horse suddenly took fright and began seille quills; red table linen, handsome to run and kick in a violent manner. In lacked out like a craven crawfish, but 000 tier month if the bullion bat to be them clitls" twice. atteuinlinc tottophlru. both of the line and new patterns; damask table linen; towthis will not prevent him from deliv- bought, and to make subsidiary silver coin broke, and Mr. Potter waa comiielled to els, crashes, napkins, doylies, Ac, Ac. We fY.ifr1r.1Kf cot '.vri. ering several interesting littio German a lezal lender for twenty dollarsand under. jumpoutand endeavor to catch him. He have added to our stock, a line of all aool iMiieitmtrr. discourses. May all of us lie there to passeu the House Kiliirilay, tv a vote waa tlnally stopped, but not till he had up- of 1U to 07. carpels, straw matting and floor oil cloths, IjACE. set the wagon, throwing Mr. Potter out A lady of enterprise i endeav hear him. Since the formation of the Government oring to form a class In and ly Injiirini one of her limb. and pmiose to duplicate cily prices; cheviot shirting, cotton plaids, tho many young la- it baa paid directly a pensions $.VT',S0S,. To rJhe escaped with thi and a lew oilier CoNcritT. Preparation for the closing light bi illsea. Herescane was almost ml- - and ginghams. In all goods and prior, we dies hero and elsewhere who imagine 727 27. Of thi amount, $3o3,4S0,C0l raculous, n the heavy bed of the wagon till keep the lead In Units ami shoes, for Id since 1801, or for the sol- Concert of Franklin Institute are full or wa thrown on her, aad had the side lliey have peculiar claims on Mr. Em- have been dier and sailor of the late war. Since interest, struck her about the head or body, It must men, women and children, Men line met t Logan, of the CbiiricrJuttroaf, 1863, the annual prnilon bill baa averaged calf Units and shoes, a specially. The .Camp Meetino. A party of Lancastrl have produced a ratal result. mid uho nero shocked beyond meas- $30,000,000. On top of all this, last March .... an ........ E.llnH .f tt iW fWl ana went on Saturday to the Camp Mtetlng pEimONAU--Hoiand Mr. It. P.Grvsh-a- finest and cheapest lot or clothing we havr the announcement in some of lltoM ure at ol LIvlngrton, were In town Monday. ever bad, especially In boys' and children for the arrearage of eiiiIon to sohllera at High Bridge. the daily papers of his marriage, we on me roll who nave been taking (lie I.iti'uaiiy Civ a. The young gentlemen Mr. U. ha but recently returned from a suit. Bon'l rail to ace oura when looking hasten to publish this, his own denial : 000 each year. There have lieen filed trip to Missouri, where he ha been to look for a suit for the boy. Something new lu "The attempts of certain tenons to in the iion office M,200 claims by pen- of our town are Intent upon the laudable after Id land Interest there Mr. and the sephjrr line. A full line of icpliyr a Tie iuUt marry oil tho editor of this column sioners already on the roll for the benefit enterprise of forming a Literary Club. Mr. M. F, Brlnkley boarded the train talmas, very pretty and latest ulyle. Still tj.ri.ft Hulk ufara iHturisistaJuijrlLsl I kma DiwnavlIbt (IwiaU lrrM'tu( urar are just a little too previous. Bo of the arrearage act, Klowku, The Hon. G. W. Dunlap, Monday, having for their joint of destina- have a full line of xephyr, cashmere, Iler-li- n tWla IHHIAiill'lll'i tIVLMMIKK VI They will The new Cincinnati Itailroad Comiuiny uhlleona biuine trip to tho city last tion. Denver C'ltr. Colorado. right still, boys; thero's a lieu on, but and black cashmere shawls. In no prinbe absent several weeks. As they tho doesn't intend to cackle till the has organized and 1 now oiwrating the week, iturchased oter a hundred beautlTuI cipally because of Mrs. Brinkley'ago falling tions, we have every thing In hosiery, GROCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, Southern It. lty W. II. Clement wa made a among mercury crawls down. ne me lauy iuani, llower. wuicu is rare Jinououen health, we nope change win andgreauy glove, allk lull, embroidered glove, silk President, and the ioitlon or General scene, of air benefitted by the Hoots, Shoes, Hat, Clotlilnir, do., cotton edgings, AY the advice of hit physicians, Freight Agent, and General Pauenser or them it may prove a handkerchiefs, linen, Staoe Hide. A ride to Little Britain and that to both Wm. O. Bradley, Esq,, Republican Agent were consolidated and given to MaJ, on tbe llurdett-WaltMiss Fannie Williams. val edging, hamburg edging, torchon a nleasant trlli stage waa a de lace, atar braid, lealheredge QUEKNSWA11E, QLASSWAIIK, a lie other omcer r. wee'esl young lauiea, candidate for Attorney General, has followti iisoii,II. iTateui. Secretary: are W. lightful variation from the ordinary Joa one or our morning, for a visit to her leu lice, brrton 11. tit- braid, allk buttons, guui button, vegitable Wednesday J. withdrawn from the race. Mr. Brad Mirslellar Aulstant Hjcntary, Samuel trot of the iourner. Prompt and brisk the ter, Mrs. UK. Jones. In Louisville In all Tobacco, CIkhi-k- , ley can stand a defeat by a couple of Woodward, General Kiiierliiteiideiit; 1'. L. coach skimmed the ground and landed u Mr. W. T. Brooks, oM'arli, ta on a visit Ivory button, pearl buttons, corsets, leading styles; silk and lace Ilea, silk Loweree, Cashier; It. U Poineroy, Audi- in the city exactly on lime. to her father, J. lk Joidln. Her husband the inousanu or so wuu me greatest 1'1'C, In berege tis W1MM, tor, John Swasey, Jr., Paymaster, and iMisse Belle bows, new chenille veiling but when ho thought of Wat Samuel Count Covrt. About 200 catile on I exivcted In a short time Hunt, Train It Hardin's probable majority of at source or gratification Duiiatcher. that is a the market unsold because or "hard time,' Smith and Kate Pullln, two of Garrard's sue, brussel net, ilottcil net, cc, liair to know the are visiting Mb Matlie pretty least 100,000, it is no wonder ho got old olllier are retained, They are per Nothing but a thorough rain can now Newcuiiidaughtera, B. F. lloluian, of Man- - brushes, tooth brushes, comb drewlng, Capl. sick. It was enough to make him. fect gciilli-nien- , ami have given the highloosen tiurte-strlnFarmer tbake their Chester, 1 here attending to professonal fine, round and luck; looking glaum that Knillrss Variety of,Sundry .trllrlc. est atifactiuu. make every one look well; soaie large one' head and look ominous. One yoke of d lilies, Ma j. HesryT. SrANTOx, of the A few week since, AV. II. Toiullnson oxen at "rou. 1 ne rlgul 01 redemption to Condition. Ijui with nice frames. We trailed the other In a Yeoman, will deliver the poem at the wa appri-e- d of the rrlniinal Intimacy of certain real estate of Wesley A. Urouldu., Monday wa County Court day. It waa day for i'i"i yards home-mad- e flax llnen.llie subject to tbe life tenancy of lit mother, Oil A I'AMll.Y MIIM'J.Y STOIII', Tennessee Press Convention at Galla- hi beautiful young wif (formerly MI wa eoui lor tbe sum or JJU. mere waa a also the day which bad been set aart for lxt thing for towel that oan be bad. tin, on the 20th of June. All he will Jennie lluckner,) with I Kunley Bow- great crowd In town and the usual number the late Sheriff to make a settlement with blind In plain and Undo! and Holland, Ii wbst I bavo to do will be to string together man, her cousin, and ilrui. her from hit ol buggies blockaded the public square, the county. Kvery Magistrate In the In all colors; lace curtains, new atock, fsrurr sisl will SraiiJ ItieeflRmMlfif Ujwn. lbs lraJer,esa SuJ at uiy kuusekuylbtsf the pithy and pointed verses that have home. She went to her mother' at Kgg janl, up. .Don't fall to ILey usU, si tflf retail IL-es8. H. Review. On Sunday afternoon a county, with one exception, wa present. fiom 1.1 cents I'ulnt, Mi., but TouiliiMon grew lonely, Sheriff wa not ready for settlement, appeared in each issue of Ids paper and and unable to bear School Itcvltw at the Christian The ave them. Mowjultu bars, in white and however, tnd begged for time, which wa the separation, wrote Sunday "crow" them himself on that occasion. her to meet htm in Memphis, that all Church wa greatly enjoyed. Tbe recita- ranted hint iinlll the Illi.Monuay nuuiy. pink; trimming silk In all colors; ribbon, Tho collection would make a volume wa forgiven, and that Ihty would live lu tion of jioein or concert texts were made ? Ir. John W. Kerby submitted the Asses- new shades; gentlemen's ausiender, half, COUNTRY PRODUCE happlne again. She met him, and with byMr.M. J I. Owsley's clasa, (taught by sor's list for 1670, whUh waa received. In how, collars, cuff's, tiklle,lauiulrixl ami worthy of tho Poet of Poet. the art of a beautiful woman, convinced ills Mary William, who l Muter Com- making the county levy fur 1879, the Court uiilaundrrd shirts, Raute shirt, drawn, TttkvM t tttkiH( Ut (etuMslts al bUlir! iur. Alp Buusltt, the great him that there waa not the slightest modore (Iranger'a nursery governe-o-): Mas- placed It at $1.50 r kH. and an uJ nuV -, I iwiifST, r rats mib. thing for drcssce uiadraa ? IsHtHl, lUHel is making the ugliest face he ground for bis former accusation, and ter Tom Bush, Mbue Maggie Pillion, An leil lax ol --II ix ii is on ill iw worm oi ilc. The new that bt was a brute for ever harboring nie ltoblnton and Maria Uuok. A touch properly. Ild isa leduclion or aucent glughaiua, some very nice styles; umbrel- nsj t tiiiiia rissis ever did over, a brokeuleg, which be such opinion. These parllc are well ing song by Mis Jennie Johnston, with a on tuv llaHu lulurtt fwll thetiolltax from last year.enda reducllcautiful I what wot to uufortwMto m to get by the known In Mercer, where the recent scandal cborua of little voice, wa a plea! mr fea tion of $1 from the lax or 1877. It waa las, (arasol and fan, IN, J. N. fall of a platform in Cincinnati last concerning I hem produced a decided sen lure. All of the pvrfvriucr were small announced that one or the bond of the Ihey say about those new xephyr lalwsi, u Am r Hi liepui' aatlou. county, of which there are fifteen of $1,000 ilk embroidered flannel for shirt. children week. Tun result of the Ohio Republican Convention, which was held in Cm' cinnati on Wednesday, is the selection of Hon. Chas. Foster.for Governor on the first ballot, the vote standin- gFoster, 280; Tan", 271. Andrew Hickcnloopcr was nominated for Lieut, Governor; W. W. Johnson for Judge of tho Supreme Court; Geo. IS. Nash for Attorney General, and John F. Orgieno for Auditor. Tho noraina. tion of Foster is a blow at tho Grant faction and an endorsement of Sher man and Hayes. The platform is a flimsy concern, aud starts out by appealing to the people to arrest the mad course of the party now control! ing both branches ot Congress. The the Cincinnati 1. (. last Saturday. The Committee of War" and Mean hate recommended the 10th of June, n the day of adjournment of Congress. The Danville AJwetile would like to have Rayard and Stevenson selected for the National standard lieirrr In 1SW. Good ticket. The President rent hi message vetoing the legislative, executive and judicial appropriation bill to the Home of Representative yesterday. The Yellow fever, or a disease clnely resembling it, hat broker! out In Indianapolis, brought there, It it aald, in the clolli-Ingthe negro ciodusler. Queen Victoria waa CO last Saturday, and the day wai celebrated In grand style In England and the numerous other coun tries under her government. Pie Walker, for many years a noted guide at Niagara Fall, waa swept over the cataract this week and dashed into atom. lie waa Intoxicated at the time. Over $30,000,000 of the $40,000,000 of the S10 certificate have been sold. They bear only four percent, and yet the people fight and cut eich other to get hold of them. Lightning struck the Oriental Powder Magazine at Chicago, Sunday, Igniting 51,-000 pound of powder, and to completely demolishing the building at to leave no trace that it ever occupied thpot. The war I not over in Itreathltt. An drew Carpenter, who w a witness against Little, was killed by an unknown party from ambush, and fears are entertained up there that thi I hut n forerunner of more PiRaonAf. The family of Mr A. S, Ilolwitson has returned from Sherman, Judge Texas, to rc!d here In future IU J. Breckinridge was a delegate to the Supreme Lodge of the Knight" of Honor, or the World, which recently held a meet' Dr. Jon ing In Boston, Massachusetts than Kd wards I again out, after a long illness.-...Ca- pt. S. P. Barbee ha just returned from Denver, Colorado. rVi iwpit' lar la that city at present, that not a bud nesa or dwelling bou-- e can be rented-.- ... Iter. Joshua Barbee, of Missouri, and Tho. F. Barbee, of Illinois, are on a visit to their father. Col. Thomas B.irbce...Capt, T. 1. Knglisb and S, M. Boone have united their voice and interest In the auction and commission business. ous friends of Iter. Dr. Junkin, assembled at the residence or Rev. - M. Green, on last Monday evening, In honor or hi visit MissesOIlio Yeecli.nf Louisville, and Betlie Dillon, of Versailles, are bright light to onr town. fMiif l.lrk. next PnrAcntso At the School-hon-- e Sunday, Kvery body come. Mam Go West to see Go West Yot-xthe headles chicken, and be sure In get Geo. II. McKlnney, of Stanford, to get your ticket. Sl'Mxra Reort. We learn that Mess. D, K. A K. Best, are making preparations to establish a Summer resort at the Oil Wells, in Lynchburg. A Little Fioiit Occurred In Lowell one day last week, between Joe Burrow and Willi Maret. Maret swore out a writ for Burrows, and had him arraigned before "Siiuire Schooler, which resulted in B. Iwlng fined J- - ami costs, llalher ex pen aire licking. Mr. J. D. Itoyston sold Poo Goxe-I- t. lit world renowned Marshall long since, to a Mr. Trigg, Yandiircck, not of liarren county, lor the sum or stuu. with this unJerstandlng: That he waa to beat any dog in the State. Mr. Itoyston hipped him and he was received in due time, but after the lapse of several days, g Jessie received a letter from hit man, that "Kock" had fled that part of the country. Consequently, Jede It minus both money and dog. 1'ersosal. ij. Miumate hat just re turned from the city w Ith a large and va. rteil etock of dry eood It. O. McLean. of the firm of J. 11. KIrby A Co, leather ueaicrs, reiurneu iruui i.iu..u.a, sirs. He baa been traveling in the Interest of the firm.. ....Mrs. Joe Maret, wee Mis Sallie Adams and Mis Susie Wallace, were in the metropolis last week, shopplna-....- , Mrs. Captain Roberta It the cues! of Mr. Dr. Brown, of Mt. D. K. Best, thi week Vernon, ha located at thi point for the profession Purpose or rouowtnz hi Si is Lizzie Mills, of South Carolina, who has been living with her brother, J. S. Mills left for the "sunny South" last f 914 1'Elt WEEK. day, the lGlhday of June, 1871', at 1 o'elk., -o- nr. N, to nominate a l wocratic camuuaie TEIIM3J (. S 15 1'EIt MONTH. to represent this and counties in of the next Isrilslaturv. The Chairman the District Committee were ordered to hold primary meeting In eicb voting This beautiful and health-givin- g retort, 1 Srectnt on Saturday, June Ith, at which will be elected Is the Convention vi Ith increased attractions, Is now open and said ilia rman and two tellers win and ptrpareu to accommodate rueits in tale the Tote or the meetinr a to It superior stile.and so effort will ba spar choice for Representative, certifying the ed to add to their enjoyment or comfort. number ef rote esattfereaeh eamlidsle, and authorizing the delegate! to cast the i a directed. A majnrlty nf the vote volt thus taken in the county will secure the An excellent Memphis Band is engaged, nomination. I lie Lcimmillre men aiijoiirn and, In addition to lie dance every even ed. Sak M. BcaPrTT, Chm'n. inf, a series of magnificent balls will be J. J. Brown, Hecy. given ilnrlOj' the season. HU YXK tlUXTV, Thewater,the drives, thepromenades and .HnHrrllm. the fare are all that could be desired, and fVltoois. Prof. Rradshaw'a school will a visitor will not want for employment close nn the 13th nf next month. Mis I tat' or amusement. tie Frisble' school will terminate one week later. Rain, We have had an unprecedented A liberal discount to the cititcnt of Lindrought thi Spring, until Monday, when coln Oonntv. I. M. TKVIH. we bad a fine rain. The corn clop Is re Msssfsr markably backward, and wheat, oat and Msyaa, isr am gras haveall len seriously retarded by the cool, dry weather. CANcra. Mr. Katie Itoniine was the subject o! a serious surslcat operation on Wednesday of last nf a cancerous tumor from her left breast. Sl,e Is nroiresslnj' finely, and present Indies lions point to an oily -- nd complete re by Lincoln County farmers then all other harvesters combined? t nnd Hlmiilo nrc in construct1 ion; tlicy arc of light drnn nml make no soro nccKs; tlicy arc tlic most durablo inncliliics liuitlc; I hoy will savonll tho crops Hint nny other machine will ami some that othcra can no: they never choke no matter how wet or tangled tho grass or grain may lie, ami, lu fiict, they aro Uu l.esi. JDilV-i- . T217Y 1 A r Tl ? U Dili T-ic- y lipi-roc- ho-cau- se -- '- -. fT-ar- a aLraaaBBBBa?""" ' 'a!al"' ''1 S l"lxaJcriy,Tr----- . HTASvmtn Marble Works. covery. Five or our candi dales for file Legislature have just illnnil nated the nubile mind upon NatUnal as well as local politics, for the space of 45 o plan, as yet, lias ncen minutes each. devised by IheConnty Committee by which VaiiiHlBaBBBBVBatt(BaH claims are to be adjusted; so that the rival we can not determine who is in be our standard bearer to the end of the cam talgn. RelIuioC. The District Conference of G.G. WINE & CO., Proprietors, the Methodist Church, South, closed Its -- PKALr.R IS session at Locket's Chiel,five mile Noith of here, on Sunday. There was a reneral attendance of the memtiert of that church Foreign & Domestic Marbles from the various counties or the District. Bishop Pearve wa prevented by illness ..MDMrrt3.o- r'roni wing present Klder Mctlce filled the nulnlt on Sunday niornine, and dellv ETC. ered a discourse which we hear highly slac- MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES, ken or for elegance of etvle and logical argumentation. Rev, Mr. Lore spoke at the e Union Church at lids place Sunday upon the subject, "One Lord, one Marblo Work of alt kinds noatly lalth, one baptism." oxooutod. Flno woric, tow pri cos and fair doallng. Ordora Mabriaoe Bells. Aa before intimated, from a distanco promptMr. IIllss.W. Oitl and Miss Krama, Jm;h ly attondod to. Satister or Judge M. D. Hardin, were united in faction guaranteed. marriage by Elder Hidden at the church In thi place on the evening of the 22nd Inst. After the ceremony a portion of tbe Lancaster St., 0pp. Jail, Stanford, Ky crowd repaired to the Hardin House and partook of an elegant supper prepared for aKcr.Li.mora. the occasion. Next day a crowj of people numbering two hundred or more were royalty enterlained by Mis Kinily tatt W TiAT)Z3Z3 and brothers at the Oatls mansion In the Purchasing Agoncy. II Taller. May the wedded lire of the happy Ml.. JCNMK KlCHAKIM. couple so auspiciously begun never l fewest ensli rwrcha.se mail marred by any adverse shadows, ft the lute, luvreliant' tilll accutupa- wish of their numerous friends. -- dj me Usui. Five Richmond. KZTWjaii wlSTeA JlTO,iR'I iWlLWj) fOH vtmHtKi" Thoy aro usotl aud oiidorsocl by tho following: n long list of Lincoln County farmers: woll-know- TIioiiiiih II. MoniKouicrr, Joluilt. Owalcy. I It. Jonrm . John O. nl, John Meulfec, II. J. l)i, ml, J. Crow, J. N. IIuhU'J', JohnM. sihltr, Joe II. IVnlkrr, Joe II. Ilockrr, W.T. Tucker, Win. M. Hull. J n hi ci Craw, J. I.. Puwhoii, iU It. Ilcnxlrv, Nlcphcn I'riiiiliiRloii, Wiu.M. (itrurll, Sinllh I'owcll, Win. Kin tier, Itobcrl .Mc.llMcr. V. A. I.nckcj, Jiiiiuis r, DniiNon, .Suurortl Jco. 31. Tlinollijr IIIgcJiiN, T. C. Coltcj-- , Win. Hulililr. II. oll. i:rwlit, aitriiK. John Ilrlsht, John M.IIiill, Win. (loath. Wm. H. Hooker, Wm. M. IllttElii". J run cm iirliu, John Mc.ilUlrr. Jiinin l I'rnk, Il.C.IIiiblmnl, Chrla. I.voiis Ami .vluiiy Oihrm. IsVE ARE1M c EVANS, Agents for Lincoln County. We are also Agents for the most popular Hay Rake in the market. EVERY ONE WAltltANTEI. IHE R. H. "WEAKEN, Which has boon tostod and not found wanting by tho following named furmors ; J. II. x S. II. MIAXWS, Ills J. s. MlltniV, JAJIKS I'. l'EAK, THOMAS, Clttlll u., AMI OTIIIlltS. Thoro is no doubt that it is tho best Rnko in tho Vj.Wisawaaawr I'Al market. Cor. Fourth & Jefferson Sts. LOUISVILLE, KY. OAK HALL ! JOHN WANAMAKER'S Popular la ONE J. N. DAVIS' PRICE Clothing House Stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing In addition to our Immense fi1l OUR MERCHANT IUi It f rMteit 1 YAKIKTY STOKK. m TbaltUrriM(oriJhnillUkwftiiii' jlnjr of turUl J MBafMlart U anlJaniBUr.il ha I'ultssal MlfllM. r lhMsMoMfrUMlj; f.r Mm qvlilj, iuhbii; f rchftMa Thtt tb iric la S.nn.llSB nf rrilf Til rinBl, nai lalul la r.. TUt tbritllaisat of ctut. fMlJ will UrwfanJiM, If cutwur Aml hrtklfl HMtlUMlvfj, v ihisssb vua rviura IUU hiwmh mu uwiajurvii wiiDiit i ww wwiivi I arisA.! I lamia Tlltt Itb tvtrjr Ttklt tM lb MIowIhc OAK rlMr ot ptuttu tn tultt t rJr for Uprlng ttU auBBttr, t ptlett littlitl; la BilfaMM ol rrtsslj'sUaU cMbtng, TAILORING DEPARTMENT IXAX.X. GUARANTKE. cturut li !, Jt& flfapU1ujtU& 'X ' CURE BY ABSORPTION flAVUATT UssU'ol' H.ssjtr. ! ItocIicHtcr Ab.sovbiii All IComodlo.s, lZuiliraclii)? Dr. . I' Imp. I'Ustern and MftllmtrU Sea Salt fur Fuot-balhn, Late III Iff Mauayer orthe llulniau Tail Co., M. Ixui. Tro- uounccs Iheao Itt'iiicdlci Superior (o All Othcrx. Tlt l.lluwlng irti tout unit liiarut ttul lbat lUuimltM will rura IVwr inj Asju, Mllout !! , t bill (rra ifrJtr, Uvrr (luiupUlnt. luUrtuillvol frtrr. 1't rlllil tUulti, IykltiBlstf AUf iMtuili Afu, llillttut I'ffTrr, lilarrlira, llirru. KIJur Iruubitw, Juiiir, ItrtituUr rllw itf lb lliwrf, hfuraliU, Ubeuiuftllsuii nil klndaff Viitklt XiVtkuMM. hltk llfnulsub, jutlsfi. 8cUllt, iilln4irj latHlluJr. HtlluuilVilk. 1'aln ta lla .J( lituk, hiwuiwli, ttbouUtraiitsl frw tori'lJ w diMMsvitil I km nt h lHiiuti, llwr or ioitrnal brnjuit. simI I.Uer ("Udltloo, lrlrw m bIIuwi luliul' ( luhlun. tl, MnIIwm Mh, f I tut, itUlt i; jf tout t'lMlrri, ki vr ilr, Mtxlltu4 K-- t Hull tvr l, Mtnlkl-x- l 'iulrr, 40j t&t. tukbiiuafaua liwirivkrut j ull toMrwtlj'l uf iht) trrvtsf iuvry. Nil if firrMl tb itiuM of tturihiMtr. itJ lirrou Htirrlt, wti.tj flour, wltrr will lt Utuui frrw ManiKrr'l l)l&(bwuliw('l C'uriwr I'vui-l(miuluiiuu Itusuus, Ia'I lsidiut IW ul U UrgUU vi(Mbtiv. Tltl I uMou dor im1 btrlru. AtWrrssaa, fur uisl.lrl ur Uf Of fit lriitrjlfw. MANAGLK OV HOOUliTCXt llEMEDIES, A 1 M. XV lhiiroTfI Trier uuJ .t'iipuml I.lier I'juI, Atoililt; Tiubtunt, ir (Wutr IVulli IK! lrru Mi , IMiUf HU, Ky. 1879. ESTABLISHED. 1848. lu Urnuiiif lit ami.Mltrr, suitable fur yrraruts. 373.1m tf I'. II. Ilammu, mix I'ssor lu Kills X tYrriiP, Xu. H'i 1'iiurth Airniii', lijlualmkat'iiuiilrtf naHorluirul of nil Xuirltlc lu Ulmiiuuil uuil tlnM Jcnclrr, Also, all tioiv tiling l'rlrn arr Ion. L'miiiluf. 5Thq inferior Journal. KY. IBTA Friday Mornlni;, May 30, utv.it. soritr.N. Cllltr Jaelmti' lat rrf Mr; I ItrAIiV-MUH- i l'alnl 1 BlCTA Takr jmir I'rtwrrlption lo Mrl.lrl P.er Oeorge O Barne and Ml Marl filenJi la f larrird relumed from TuUon, Tenn , Wednenday, Mr. ,,. All an m. r n bmk ..J UaaIab f .! ,r, a ,i MO. In fine health and ipirlta mil In New In their meetI flnMi. ira alalllfie rrlallfao la tkla coanlr. with Cept.Thomaa illalr, annnlled, on ac- ing there r.f 11 daya, 110 perann ronfraard, llfth aaailoa of Orilral UaUerally, Mlrb. Tiia Ida bigamy, bad the decided learing not a ami In town who had not count Innntl, rwaru jrp.,',iia ela Irf hei of aurrendered In King Jrwii. List K.ilimhy farnr on tlie Sitli. II. fatlnn. Will .mIuih &rI.M 1870. intenaan-1, r. 11111, er.( m ,nnii. not they held a apeclal nerrlce rn "Island Nn. Rtim. Ire. tteorge Hanndera nar ." t 1,1(11 ri, W,l,wr., I " n.". ancceedeil In gelling Ida rich relatlrea lo 31 for Ihe licneSluf the laborer on the are aaM lo bare aeonlllM Iknnaelrea Hold. eome to Ida assistance yet, and we under col Ion eatalea, The meeting waa In Ihe cotton-woo- d aland that Ihe more ll now tn get Judge open air under the ahade of Ihe I.Of'.l I. MATTr.HK. tolniTo. tree, and waa blessed with 14 Owaiey la reduce the amount of ball. It la A A not likely lo niccerd, howercr. The mnit of three month' work (IrnMAN MiM.rr Hrrn at Went Krana. In Tcnnrwcr, I 712outa, and the burthen A IlrutT or Tiir Stohr Anr. While nf Mr. Barne' nnng la more than erer AxoTHin delightful aliower yealerdey Mtaa Doat .. Aaaia left jMterJa-- - to tlali ,. Tf ARMllt.ro 0n Mra. Maria O rllalr, Clranger.) who brought York, to hare htrmarrlage nriniy. n wMth Ia ,.. Witr can't Crab Orchard bare a alreet aprlnkler If our city fath repaired, we er won't hare the aide-walthink they might at trail get a rprinkier and nettle ihe no pmple can walk down the aired. NoT'-W- hy I,..w rtr. ,. w- - dit, li county, a gueat of Ihe 1 rrcning. Aaatflnri. I. (1 Ilnll A Son, llualon ma.lo tille, hare aelgned In (Vl. J. W. Weath I'icTI'kp I'ntMR In anr ( Hi Meltobf rl A Hlcn. rlirap rifonl far the benefit of their creditor!. l.lAhlllllo, $22,000; awela, In laml and J. If. AH. II. Hiukk linr rrclrrl aplrmtlil lnl.f(1(lill.Kn.l Itata. nolen, $2.1,000. j iirrcfrlpllon arfiintrly 'HYarriAN Wlirrr yimmme In town licit Monday l ( linnlt A lVnn-- '. II. Dennla and etamlne hi otork rail on J. ff MaMIp !imm tl Vittnrr of rUrouclica, Iluggtea, He, and bring In Framr at IMliitn 1'rlrra at flirnaiilt A IhalnMJnh and let Mm nrrrhall it. He IVnnV McltorrKTU A Htaihi' H.l Water la haa n Nil. 1 alnter employed. flarnrnl ullli nJnil f'oinw, ami run not Makimii Monr ltonu. Mewra. J. IE. Ixtirrllnl Warren A Ron are enlarging their lore-rooAttixtion. riaiimMrx- .- A full by taking out a arlillon, and Col. of link l'l.lc, Line. ItwAa, Ac, it Clir- T. W. Miller U changing the frame ofGcg Mull A I rnnj a. alnre-houaWri.ijP I'riwtAM rrnrrir"llArKir on l,ancaaleratreetto a tack" la tlrli ami fragrant try It. HnM li I.AKiurtra Viirrort. I'rof. It. W. Miilirnaiiii A lYnny, rMsnruni. lan! ha piirrliaaeil Mr. Vaughan'a Inlereat RJa Water flaroro.1 wild Hie oel Mj. In the Ijincaiter luiVor, Fortunate nian, riiistaml aimMaadrrrnlanir Icy moun to gel Info the rharmrd circle In time tn atOimaiiU A I'erinjV lalna, 3 rent a l tend the Conrenllon at Howling f Ireen. , Aa I M la Idf Mann for palntlnc your (Iavk Haiu llrad I lemon, who liaa liauar, timi ran Urol a conilt alock nf Oila ami ei.tnr at Clirmntl A 1'en- - been confinnl In jail here for two mnntha, nr. pilJnfl the rarioui Aneaagainat him, .FuhHaik.- -! Mtaliluarllnir So. 1 ln gare txtll In the piallrlnua woundhmft Knflnei an. I Tbreahrr. Fur parllen lar,cllonnr aoMrratin. al Klanfiinl. J. ing raae, ami alepetl forth Into the freah air again. J. IlinUrrar. , htSirtr anil Arroiiht of Amle mon A Me A(riTTtn, A. M. Fgbrrt, of Crab Ilolirrt hare lin Iranafrrml to W. II. waa trieil before Judge llrown Ihia Amlrraon, ami mnt I MMtlnl nr warranta week on a peace warrant awnrn out by W. III I amnl at oner. J. II. A R II. RiiAxaaar Juat rtoeltln; H. Myrra, but Ilia Honor did not deem the elide nee euf&cirnt to require bond, en he a a lot nf Lailira' ami ami Mine, mail liy the Zelaier linai. nf waa rrlra-elhllatlplit. Ilet pioili made. Fonu ra. Dicxjar. Timothy Fonl, who Hatetou Djsiwnala, are rnti Conatlrs,-1- it aerrlng out a aentence In the Oarrard liar. Toll a Yellow akin, Iom of Ap work-hom- e for lending a challenge to rtlte, llral Arh, If an don't fall to Hiuum Srnr.M Vitauur. It fight a duel, ahowa Commonwealth'a At iia la guaranteed In relict you, ami will yon torney Denny un in a bad light in calur ronllnne to auDVr whrn you ran be cuml day'a L It la Penny 'a time on inch terms aa the. lMc 10 eta. ami 'Seta. Hold lif Oienanll A I'enny, Stan- to aend a challenge now. Ilring out that d platol. ford. Yoo MraT Cvre that Cbfoit. With Cadtadc IX Tilt Al.r Miaa Mary Hhltoh' Onaumpllun Cur jou ran cure yourself. It lis raUlliahnfthe fact that Owaiey, daughter of Hon. John Bam Owa Coniunit'tlon ran la) cuml, white for ley, and a pupil of Slanfonl Female ColCbugha, llronchltla. Whooping Cough. lege, hai juat completed a large nil paintAtthma, and all tllaeaar of Throat ami ing of a Cairade In the Alpa, which for Umift, It la atmluttly without an equal. Two diwra will relief, your child of Croup, beauty of deaign and and ruperiority of it la pleasant to take and perfectly harm execution, I worthy of an artiat of reputa leoatotht youngest child, amino mother tion and renown, ror a girl of fifteen, It ran afford to U without it. You ran uae la almply wonderful, and Ii a credit alike two third! of bottle and if what we My la not true we will refund the price pal.l. to heraeli and to her teacher. I'rlre 10 da. 60 eta, and $1 p;r bottle. If Conrrv CoUKT.Thlarourt will be held your I'Unn are aore or cheat r back lame next Monday,i nd we look fora large crowd. uie MhiloVa l'oroui l'laater. Sold by In all alncrily, we here adriae all who may Ctiemull A l'enny, Minfonl, KatxK l.nutf 1'ori'LA Moxtiilt be in want of rlirap, durable and atyliih lor June, contain! an abundance of soial Spring or Summer good to 1 aure to gire llilnp, literary and arllatlc. The articlea our frirnda, the Hayden liro'e, a rail. are beautifully and liberally illmtratrd, Their atock la now Ireali and fall, and you and they are tinielr and highly intercatlng for nothing you nerd that they and Inlrnctlre. Theopenlng artlcle"Tlie can rail will not hare, and oiler to you at price, llritiah Kmplnrin South Afrlea," ia clally ao, for the Cape aid .Natal rolonlra that wilt tempt a purrha-r- r to buy. are attracting unireraal atlentlo.. at Ihia From l.r.inviixr, Dr. J. II. Hall, of line. Tliere are eighlern admirable illuo traliona. The City of the I kgr" "Some Moiilirrllu, who haa recently returned Indian Hill Trilvo," Naral Architecture from Iadrille, Col., ia here thla week, and of the lYrMTil" lltli eighteen illutr-tlona- ;) by UJr lithe hem of the hour with thoie who ner The lthlne ltlanche Murphy, will well repay peruial. er lire of hearing from that wonderful rily There ia a more than uaiially mpioua away up In the rlouda, lie ura tint not embracing an Imnieiue variety of withstanding the roughncM of the trip, the aubjecti replete with intereat Instruction andentertainnienL The nurulwr contain! long, leilioui atage rldiM orer the anow clad artn, and nearly 100 engrar-Ing- mountain, am! the many other Inconrcnl- 123 pagea and aa a aingle copy ran be had for "" encea, he enjoyed hia riait and doea not re centa, and the aubwrlptlon price Ic only grrt the expenditure of $2o0, the amount $3 a year, pmlpaid, the publication mar certainlf claim till oneof, if not lie it mat to make the trip. Aa a mailer of cbearal of the kind In eilatence. AddreM roiirar, Ihe majority of the inhabitant! are Frank. lxlie' I'ubtiihing llonae, M, Vi of the roiigheal cUoa, who do not regard and AT, I'aik 1'lire, New York. human life more than a beaata, and in conaeipience, a inimler a day la but a fair i'i:iimiv.ii. arcrage. Sunday ia unohaerrrd, "e by 4&. J. A. lllrraaaa. Iki l.wUf liatalin- - many nf the minora whn take that day to aileawan, aaa Ih Uaaywlefuaf. get drunk. The b'lalnrM hoiim-- a are kept luia irttttHAl IroM a onn, and tlie carpenter and painter ply UMllMKimlHiajL, tUU U bet father'!, la M.tlfcMl their tradew Ilia name aa on other daya. lloa.MmU llii.rTT.i.(ll. m,n-- l IT I. The miner get front $'i.V) to $1 r day, H. llylJrtl. uinn.Jlira.1, rrtlnlanlhi,crk and Uiard rangea from $15 lo $o0 er liM I.mha MiTCuama ttfulfTilUleauly, taa week. Tlie mow waa fire feet deep in H Ml" Miry OtUkaM at Mr. Jehu II. Miller'!. place, when he left there three weeka ago. W. It. Itaaankap, I'a) , Ibe aMrriaa inj pprtht If ftllriM Xuwrvt (Warn, ill kera Ikla ami he waa told that ll would continue to mrrl. fall occasionally till Augual. For the in Miaaaa llaaeaLLa loobB aan Mlaaia t'aow. peralat in calling f Ikla ewaljr. are Tlalllng filen.la at l!lthMwii4 formation of lliow who we would itaa If it were aIIcd JWc-ellli- ', thla ek. Ma.aMIMaa.H. H. Mriaa liaft etata!. Mr. alalci that Dr. Hallaayait ia known there Imaln 4 Iwllag up Mfrrareuflaall Uaarheaaf aa If JIJIe-Tin- : Flll.l. lock r.f KlslilnglVklrat Mrlloh ftl lr. "I'ratie the IjOUDI" Next Sunday, at 3 r. M., the Court-houshere will again resound with hi eloquent pleading for till Master, and hundreds will flock lo bear hl'P. During hi week' itay at home, be will preach at Dant 111 ami other point, CoUKTY CociiT. The lerma of Ihe and then gn to Washington, in JJason Magistrate whn were elected laat August, will commence next Monday, and at the .. nrnvn ami rntir. will be held then, It la im Court of I'orratua Held bought 2'i two and mrtant thai Ihey should be promptly on Tenneaaee eittle till week, for hand lo lake Ihe nalh of 01T.ce. Willi but ""IU, three or four rxceptlona, we lliere, ihe It. T. Duncan' farm of 2,211 acre, near preaent InctimWnt Were a l'arl, Ky, waa aold last week to C. AlexCKAB0ndiAP.li Sraiwu. The proect ander, for 1 123,600. for a moat proaiirroua aeaaon at thla charm Martin A Rodger aold laal Weilnemlay Ing reaort waa nercr letter than at preenl, to N. Harris, 121 lamia, which areragnl ami Maj. Shelby and Mr.Tcrla are iparing 72 iimla, at 5 cents, Midway Clipper. nn expense or trouble to make Ihe place W. II. Walker, of Fentre county, Teneren more attractire than erer. It neaaee, arrlrcd a few daya ago wllh 400 liberal patronage, and we hotaa that aheep, which he baa nn gram at Mra, Zack plowing on Sugar Inaf Mountain thla week, Mr. Montgomery llalne found alone axe weighing i ponml. Ilia nn exhibition at Owaiey A Hlgglfta', and la -Mm! erer rfrct thing of the the most found In thla region. .v, Shlrel. nf thla little blonde, waa Donrr on Kumlir. Mr, Dr. Donrr I rlaillng her daughter, K. Parish, near Ijincasler. Mr. II. Mr, I. II. Karris' imltlng face la again nren on our alreet. BtinnijiRT. A few night ago a burglar entered Mr. Andrew Kgbrrt'a drug alore and helped himself out nf the money draw er. A be entered the door ll la supposed that be hi key by which he effected Id entrance, a the door wa found acenre the next morning. e, Dr. Burton, of a handsome and Intelligent young gentleman, da formed a with Dr. Carpenter, nf thla place. We welcom Dr. Burton to old Crab, am! hoi be will meet with aiicce and proaperlty during hi atay among ua. I'rruanxAf.. Mia Kalle Mlane NEW CLOTHING HOUSE! lil, errry J""- nook will be filled wild riitora Ihia KUIn'a. I!. Mattlngly A Co., are paying per bushel for wheat, and from ID to 23 rente per pound, for wool. F.xlra Mewara. $1 . Not A KiuiiTtKO Place. We bare no fighti to chronicle Hill week, except a "dog fight," We mention thla bceaiiae eople a do not appreciate Crab Orchard newa there la something every week about a fight. We will only add that although C. O. haa the name of being a great fighting place, we bare lived here Mine three or four montha and bare never had the plenum of wtlnraslng one yet. Two children came near climbing the golden alair here thla week. SI. Clair, a little on nf Sepli UanipWII, awallnweil a little Cormoire Siiblimale, but It waa eomlted from him liefore any damage waa done, ami J. W. Wallace'! little Johnnie, fell into a pond of AMtowr water ami waa diacorereil Juat aa reaplm Fatau llimtonrlllr. No out. washed, 30 cents. IIaii. Monday, Hid a refreshing rain nn afternoon. The hall wa left $3.00 Suits! 4.00 Suits! 5.00 Suits! 6.00 Suits! 7.00 Suits! 8.00 Suits! 9.00 Suits! IO.OO Suits! ll.OO Suits! 12.00 Suits! 13.00 Suits! 14.00 Suits! 15.00 Suits! 16.00 Suits! 17.00 Suits! fBfSk Suits, 83.00 Suits, 4.00 Suits, Suits, Suits, 5.00 G.00 ! ! lion waa ceasing. After some hard work he began to brealhr, and in a short lime waa up again. An ExrrniEjrctu TrAciirn. Mr. S. J. Daria. of Christian countr. now on a riait lo Stanford, deIre lo announce lo atrona and partiea Intereated, that he la an applicant for tlie poaillon of teacher of our d'a tiict school during next term. Mr. I), haa and been examined, and hold a first-dae certificate from our county boanl of Fxamloer. He la an experienc ed teacher, and haa ihe reputation of being Cue disciplinarian ami a thorough In structor. a To the 1'cbuc In order lo make a little money go along way, one muat be rery cartful In what ia to he purchased. Quality and price must both be considered. If the former be good, and the latter low, then indeed, will a little money do a great deal of good. We were forcibly Inspired with (lit) fact recently, while on a pur chasing riait to Haydrn ilrothera. Fora comparatirely amall aura we get a lot of goods which, a few yeara ago, would hare coat ua quite double the amount. Oo there and you will find thla Ia true. A I'leasaxt OreAstox. For ainion- pure Kentucky hoepilallly, commend ua lo the Intemling family of Mr. W. II. Whrrrllt, of Iancaalcr, where the welcome a alwaya of that nature that makca one feel that It la good to be there. The good mad am of the house ia a full graduate In the culinary art, and aa a diener of good tiling haa no mpcrinr. That aupjieron Monday errning lal, giren In honor of Mr. and Mr. (1. II. Ilruce, and the writer and wife, could not be beaten. The thought of the aple mildly prepared Spring chicken, those delirious itrawberrie and excellent ice cream, will aerre to appease our hun ger for day lo come. ei. 1. C W'Altnrx. Tlie Columbia .Snerfu- lor of laat week baa the following of our popiilartownsman : la the OU luulaluu. W. mora reeenllr of Mlaauurl, la vMtlng hrr rtlativra , aikl nlemla la Ikla lUiultjr Ma. I. M. I.iitar raujM a Jutir near Dall'a Mill, Mi lilt Hirer, Ihal naasarad ItVi Imhea and vrlakcil ltween Sraamlala (MMiiMa. Miaa IlcrratAV, areompaate.1 hj Mr. aai lluriutilt, of LAkcaaler, glaJJeoad ker frlrnda keravllk krr pmroroa dwdaaai. Mwaa Mania aan Bama raaroa aaJ Taa IkaaMrKlaaaf alttoiad lb CouuetMeuient La amaea of Ctotral L'blf erally tkla weak. He. a. W. Daowa aa4 bullr, of ML Vrrwm, era la tkla week, a roula to Paint Utk, kr tkey will raaka Ibelr fulura home. Tin petlle an4 pf"7 Mlu Ik la Ifcaula Mr. tkt Tarraol Cbtleu Cbiameoceiueut. aaJ Mra. A, A. McKlaoey wen alao prrwal. tke ailrartlrt tlauakler MiuUiuaMtCLAar, of Mr. Joa. U. McClary, oltbla rounly, led on k laal (or a llalt to Mlu Ixua Cook, of Mener. )a.J. 11. On liar, Mr. Jai. Pailon.J. '. Hay- alien dea, Will llrlfbt aad E. P. OwaUy wart daare at tbt clualog aiantaea ofOnlral Uolrcr ally. Ukcota furalabra twaof tbe arreatrea graJa ateaalCaolrarMUtatbUywri Jacob 0. Owiler and llngb tUU. Cwuiuemeiuent on the tttb ot June, Ma. A.D.MrtU left Manday lor Cumberland t'alla to brenara that pleaaut Hummer reaort a,r tka reccntloaoMUllori. Ho baa aiauranceaof a large rty orrrliuji, la cftfijlaclte 4lerlal wllka auct at CuuWlUM Killa, Maa. PoiLT If 4TDKN, frmerlf of huweravt but liana, Eau.of Ika lUtkumnJ tlrfUrr, 8luc la )' crowd tblaaeaaua. Miaa Jt'DlTUUvaaf, Mr. J. W, Uiieat, Ibo tbo cbarailng daughter of popular tuimtau 01 liojio roualj, lain Ike rily.rlilllag arrlallrr, No. Ill I'ourtb Ir llo. Cot. UioviKaaaaor dealrralodo a beat and aorotlalo Iblag iioabould Invito MaJ (leo, Mlllbg Hull to apend the Suuiluar Willi Mlu allYabOnkard llofklaalllUNow Ura. MrKiaaar, of Ltneola, la aUltlog bar alitor, Mra. Tkoa. pkrlpo... .Wallace Varooo, ta,tiiioofbunftird'aUal rllUana, la ea a alail lobliumU, C W7, fine K. bllll, Her Paor A. II LortlUonboML Vrraon aaa la town Ikla work. He la a grallewaa of allalaaicuta, and la blhly aokau ol aa a au wlor and polnllaklog luilruetor Ho will UkIu a aMalon U Noriual th huol Ibero bait Mauday. Wa are Indebted U our aood fileuda lor tbo following auLnrli'Uoua C. W. Adauia, J. K. Claik, Prof. A. U. 11,11, Ml. Vernon) 8. 1. llrowu, nuana Villi, Kr; UalUrd tiallk I. A. WUIIauia, McKlunay alatloo, National llank, t ariuere No Maw llonalUaak.y C Ueulry, Ulanfcrd) A, laud, A. '. Hullk, Ilea. II. Kln, Crab Orchard, Jacob Walla, toll Worlb, Teaaa; B. II. HUkle, WalUuglou, Kauaaa, II. U Caller, Hbalhr (III. II. A. IMVall, llualoii,Taaai A. J, llmdrriou, lr. I. H. uurdall, UroJbead, li. p. I orpMilrr, Jaku i. Uraler, lluilouillla) II. A. Uooedlal, M. M. Wrer, MlUodjoallki TUoa. Vaulluuur, Daatlllei II A klnglaluu, Waineaburg) If. . W Uroan, I'olal IJ.a, Andrew Hoorcanl, Pruikroka, Ky tlr J II Hall, Manllorllo, A ll IVoJWIou, KlanUd, ulUW Albknk l.llbtrl a l. Uk While al Jamestown tut Mondar, w formed lb arsualutanc of Mr. U. C Warren, of Man ford, one of the alraala for Ibo pnalllon of IVta roonweattk'a Atlororr for tin Eigklk Judicial Mstlirt Mr. Warren kaabern an active IWmuo- eral all hia llfie. and la eminently ijuallAed for the position ho aeeka. If tko IleonMral ie votera In Ike Klahth drain that Ihe office, which la now ftlled by a ltemilillean, to turned ovrr lo Ibeni, Ihey abould arlret Warren to male the race. He haa the energ" and Tltallly to rally etrry eolcr of tbe prty,aod It will take a clean awrep to wln.M The Sprdatar ipeaka wisely. Mr. Warren la Just the man for the place, and one on whom the whole artr will readily unite. The office must, and ran l wrested from the llepublicana, but we will fail SruHM. About noon on Monday of our purpoai should contention arise in the aky became ouddenly orrrcaal with a ourpirty. (lire Mr. Warren a fair show cloud of blulah blarkneu, which in a few and he will roll up inch a majority ai will be Ida momenta burot Into a terri&ie fury of rain, cause Mr. IVnny, or whoerer will hail and wind, audi aa waa hardly erer opponent, to hang hia head in rery ahame. before wilneaacd In ihia locality. So urn expected waa the itorni and 10 abort the notice that thoae who had ihulteri to their The protracted meeting at the Metho wlndowa were unable to clone them before dial Church alill continue!. No addition the hail itonea aa large aa a walnut had yet. craahe.l through the light!, of which it la The General Awembly of the Southern climated that fully 200 were broken in I'reabyterian Church al down aererelr on town. The wind blew with hurricane dancing. force, the rain came in torrrnta, and Ihe lier. Ci. O. Barnca will preach to the heary rattle of hail on Ihe roofa ai atart colored people next Sunday morning, at 11 ling In the extreme. In ten ininutcijiow o'clock, In the Court-houserrr, the ilorm'a fury hail apenl Itaetf, and The tier. A.J. Iery, Ihe converted Jew, then came an inapection of the damage, will preach In the I'reabyterian Church ll waa found that trrra had been uprooted, next Sabbath. Subject- The Jewish -" fencca and aoine olithoiiaca blown down,and Mlaalon." that what few rrgetablea aa had aurrired lier. T. PeWilt Talmage preached hi the drought were beaten Into the ground aermou at the Brooklyn Tabernacle and ruined by Ihe hall. Fortunately, how Iat Sunday, prior to tearing for a three month erer, the atom, waa confined to about ten racalion In F.urope. nillr. in diatance and but little orer a mile The aaaet of Archbiahop I'urcell, of Mr, Arch Denny'a In width, atarting near and following a line towanl town, and Cincinnati, are net down at $1,181,509 47 about, fire luilei to the South. In Ita and hia liabliitlea at $3,107,001 49. Hia coume wheat waa completely demolished, Church mrmbera are hi principal creditor. and a number of faruirra hareeince turued Iter, J. M, llruce will preach here Ihe their atock upon It." Com waa aU badly Inatead of the 2nd Sunday In June, to damaged, and the lou to property gener- 3rd, conflicting with the Commencement ally la laid down at many thouaanda, llalu arold Sermon, Church meeting on the 7th, aa had been needed for aerrn weeka, but It naual, could hardly hare been afforded at audi a The State Sunday School Conrenllon of Birrifice. Willi Hi thouaanda of broken the Clirlilian Church will meet In Dan wlndowa, Stanford weara a dilapidated air, rille on Tueaday, June 21, ami will contin but the work of replacing thcui ii going ue In aoaalon four dari holding three on, and the Drug Hlore men are hippy... .. each day. Num. The wheat cropa of A, K. Denny, The adrentlata now announce that Ihe Kd. Carter, K. W. (iirena, lleo. I), Hopper, world will poalllrely make Ita laat appearJohn M. lteid, John llrighl, D. W. Vande-rec- r, ance on the 11th ef July next. If that' S. II. lUnghmanand Capt.l'owcll aie the cane, It I hardly worth while to go to entirely dratmyrsl. Stock haa leen turned the expense nf putting In new window on noma of II, and olhera are ploalng il in lo aow Millet on Ihe land. Dr. MontThe General Association of Krnlurkr waa blown down, llaptlala, representing a membership of gomery' amoke-houa- e Jaiuea Tucker loat hia wheat, had a liable 120,000 aerablcd In Winchester, with 123 unroofed, and Ida fence blown down, Two delegate prraeut. Iter. Green Clay Smith cattle were killed on Ihe farm of Joneph waa elected Moderator, am! Hera. C. It. W. Chandler A lira., and wheat and fencing DobUand W. I), Sraly, Serretarir. The demolished. (I. C. A W. V. Abraham had of the Stale Hoard ihewed that dutable, criba, Ac, blown down. Mr. Win. ring the year, there bail been 1,200 daya M. Iliggina alao auflered badly, and bolli labored; 1,300 aeruion preached; 157 perfariuo lost wheat and fencing. Soil liaroc tain bapllied; 202 conversions, and 112 waa played In that direction with the tim- receded Into the Cburili by Idler The ber, and we are told Hut a augar tree waa Aaaoriation.will meet next year in Oarna-bnro- , broken oil three feel fruul the ground ami on Wednesday before Ihe 4lh Sunday luMey cairied a dlalance of 30 feat Jiweph Spalding, IV) , aold to Darid II. Brandt, Ilarriabnrg,!'., 20 head of old mule, at $87 per head, and two hore Lebanon Standanl. at $115. M. I'. Hill, of Clayton, Ala, baa a now which ha yielded him 22,400 pound of pork, or $l,792,she harlng giren birlh annually to aixteen pig for fourteen year. Illchard Cobb bought of N. Garr, Ihe old Dr. Boaley tract of 149 arroe on the Stanford ami Danrllle pike, one mile from the Lincoln line, at $.15 per acre, remarkably low for it. Mare HTOi.rs. My aorrel mare, nine yeara old, haa been misting for a week. She I thin, with while -- ntp on nose, on right aide behind fore leg t also a while right hind leg enlarged at pasture joint. I will glee a fair reward for her re corery. Anthony (iirena, Slanfonl, Ky. A Garranl county cow, a croaa between the Short-hor- n and the mountain acrub, girea fifty gallon of milk and twenty-on- e Advocate. pound of butler ler week. Mr. Dolpli Thurmond, of thla county, haa an onlinary cow that be aaya give nine gailona of milk per day, after a calf haa been fully inpidied. Old Lincoln can't be Wall Triulee Jauie l'axton old the alack of Mr. William Burton, laat Thursday, aa follow: Work mule at $53; mule at $37; yearling mule $15 to $23; mare and colt, $01; horse, $31.50 to $75; colt, $11; cowi and calm, $20.25 to $22. 25; cow, $22 to $23; heifer, $2.X20; yearling aleer and heifer, $20.50; 13 leer at $23. 05, and 1C3 aheep at $1.85 per bead. laOi'iiviUE. Tie cattle market la dull al4r to 4e for extra ahippera- - 4c to 4e for best butcher; 3c to 4c for medium to good, am! 2c to 3(e for thin to common. Hog are lower and market alow. Choice, $3.40 to S3.&0; fair lo good, $3.25 to $033; common, $2.50 to $3. The beat price for Iamb la 5C, and the best for sheep 4c Common to medium lamb, 3c lo 41c Common aheep, 2c lo 3c. . WisritrsTER CorrtT. About 1,200 cattle on the market, the majority of which were yearling wire, Tennenaee and common mountain slock. The demand for good Kentucky ileeri waa fair, though price ranged from 25 to 50 cent lea j?r cwt. than at former court, owing to tlie continued drouth. Tlie heirieat lot offer ed brought $19.40 i?r head, being about $4.25 ier cwt. Inferior grade mid a low Yearling brought $25?.".5 aa per brad, Calre $15(,25. Ting horar 1'fRnoxAL. Mr. CI. O. Barne and youngest daughter, together with Mil Sallie Harrison, are here renewing old 7.00! Suits, 8.00 ! Suits, 9.00! Suits, 10.00 Suits, 11.00 Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, 12.00 13.00 15.00 16.00 17.00 on Lace and plain Bunting, Organdie, KIrraa, and all kind of drea goods. Go buy of them, aare money, and be happy. Ccmberlano Kalu. Soc Owen and family left on Monday, for the Summer ce at W. H. Smith A Co.' Cacoht tub MutTncDEKl The pri it; campaign al Cumberland Fall. It I expected that quite a number from thla re gion will join them a roon a the aeaaon hall hare fully opened. .V Decided IurROTEMaxT Ia manifes ted in the moral of our people, resulting from tail Sundsy'i excursion to the Camp meeting. The Only cases where matter are not mended, are thoae of Dr. Alcorn and G. F. Peacock, who were too late for the train. Notes. Mia Bettie Logan returned from Lexington, recently, with eight dm- ea to be made up for young ladies in the Female College there. MIsa Bettie' fame Peacock ha as a modiste ta apreading. thrown out thi morning a magnificent awning, designed by Fay Green, and aid to be an artiatic blending and harmonlx- ing of the diitinctivo features of the Fed eral and Confederate banner with the touching motto "Let ua hare a glaa of Soda." Death. Two old and widely known negroe, JefT Fryeand Duff Green, died in Ihia neighborhood on Monday night. The funeral of Ihe latter (who bad long been a Deacon tn Ihe colored Church,) was atten ded 011 Tuesday, by a large concourae of both white and colored people at the Christian Church. Serrtce by Klder William, assisted by Klder Stanley. Burial at tbe old Blaln family Cemetery. Green was an honest man, and uuireraally respected. A little daughter of Mr. Jeny. nings is being buried Hare not learned the exact time of her death nor the nature of her dieae. J. &. L. Suits, 14.00 A0N39V aSUBUniOVJnNVW JIKCTLI.ntOtS. nutnwAur, uroceriks, a- -. HISCLLLISIOW. WITH V. II. I1KXMN.1. BORIS A .hit O. A. WELL nvr ! ITLASKt COIWTY. SEAS0NG00D & CO., Manufacturer! of Clothing, 4. IMPORTERS Sfoiaierarf. M.W Baik. Another good rain refreshed the parched vegetation laat Monday. The Picnic Which wa to hare taken placa last Friday waa deferred until Tuea day next, and will take place then near I'lagali. JOBBERS of WOOLENS 3JAV1NI:SW OWSLEY&HIGGINS -- UKAI.EIWIS- IP YOU NEED A WEU, DONT FOIKiET toll to gel Uichloe water tee or adttrcu Witcr. If you Aa.lVnfdkt, JlllldTlU, K j. U you rt. not trd wllh O, A. Ittnodltt to lor you ft Wfll, It Ii your own fkult e blua. It wil XTCtr cott you Dothlnj to talk with bloi CUtt ciisrci3sriTjv.Ti, o. THE tuottixj.m:ei stalmux, WATERLOO 1879 r3r. old from $25 to $75. The Decoration ok the Confederate Gravis On Pulton' Hill wa attended by a large concourse of people. At the unrciling of the monument, a handaome piece of work by Mr. T. J. Penlee,great waa manifested. The flora! offer ing were numeroua and varied, and rccra-e- d bestowed in the proper spirit. FeksoxaIs Mia Addle Van Arsdale, of Danrllle, 1 risking Mr. Kllen Tomlinaon. Mr, W. B, Hansford has returned from Mr. French Tipton, of the Lancaater. lUchinond lltjiiter, passed through town last week, en route to the Cumberland Kails. Mra. George Shadean ia dangerously ill, Mia Lucy Sawycra I rery 111. TUTT'S PILLS! INTRODUCED. HARDWARE! STOVES, TINWARE, Will make Ibo Hoaun or alour Htablea In llio town or MUMffilllf. Lincoln Cu.,kjr.,at I.ICOl.XfOV.TV. Corn riclnity. KiiirfriHffii'w .fffff. la selling at $1 per bushel In Ihi 1805. A TORPID BILIOUS LIVER proml COSTIVCNESS, illrd ltr.i.Hiiais. I'epoxau Mr. CI. II. McCauley, of this place, I risking lier mother, in Mercer county, thla week. Mr. John Goocli ! operating a shingle machine on the farm of Mr. Green Bright. Weddiso, Soox. A certain little dam-aof thla village haa been quite buiy for aereral day, plying her tiny band on aome rery handsome drew good. out for a wedding aocn I Has She? There I a certain young gentleman In thla ricinily that ia rery anxioui to know whether the young lady who wai riaitlng tn tht neighborhood recently ha found her ear-rin- g yet 1 Candidates the Jail. The peace ami quietude of our Tillage waa disturbed laat Saturday night by three "young bloods," ol color, keeping up a Iddeou yelling and firing of pistol. Hie noxt time Ihey rmuse theniaehe in that vray aomebody wilt engage boarding at Tom Newlanda for them. AiK Sam I On of our neighbor, thinking that be heard something after hi chicken the other day, grabbed hi gun and ran out, but could aee no crow, hawk or any thing of the kind. He concluded that II mini hare been a mink; w be took ed under a large rock and there aaw, aa he thought, the erei of a mink abiniug. He exclalmed-"- Oh ye, old fellow! I'll alop you from catching chickena C'nd lie poV ed tbe muni of Ida gun under the rock and fired. When the amoke bad dii apared he yelled out, "Oh, I've got him!' and pulled Ihe "mink" from under the rock but, to Ida great aurpriae, It waa a large aire bull-froIf there are anr who don't bellere Oil, let Ihein aik Sam Bruce, la tbo fruitfoi aoarciof many dlseasca, uout amoua wbjca aro DYSPEPSIA, DYSENTERY, JAUNDICE, PLAINT, groceries! Salt, Liinc, Cement, FIFTEEN DOLLARS, MftrcaproT Moor y due wha aorTlca ! rethlered. log not la foal bo bred back Mil &uoii free of tkarga. WATiuooUf yean old. lUck.U kind blgli of ipUndU ity le actloa and as well Uwl toy bono la tka uni. II U by KJfhelltu, ho by Imp. dim Iltlai mare by MfftMOtrf Uwaa.t'i baby lltrptltnus, bo by Uatatleionlio, tbe rrat by Heltu's erk Ire of trotters. Wttswloo's hire, b. dsta by Walsinrr'a IkUhazxar, g. . vlaiu by Koasutb, Ao. Tlm,J.U. ua ud u lit Iy FEVER, AGUE AND FEVER, KIDNEY COM PILES, COLIC, RHEUMATISM, du ETC. glu. rcirt Which was giren for the benefit of the Christian Church, was a succeaa tn every particular. The young ladies who acted ao gracefully aa waller, adding much to the.pleaaure of the occasion by their beauty and amiability, were Misses Phronia Yickery, Annie Gibson, Bona Repert, Lucy Gibson and Nannie Perklna. The decorations displayed great taste, and one lovely pyramid bouquet presented by Mra. C. M. Hatch excited general admiration. The proceeds amounted lo about $C0. Death or Juixje Zacheuv. Our com over the munity haa been demise of an esteemed ciliien, Judge (' A Zachery, who, alter a brief and painful ill ness, departed this life at 5 o'clock A. M. on tbe 23rd Inst. In the deceased this community lost an energetic and honora ble citizen, who ha left a numerous famito mourn hi ly and many true friend lou. Whilst the rigid moralist would find aome thing to object to iu the life and character of Judge Zachery, charily would admonish ua that these were more attributable to surrounding circumstances In life than any Inherent qualitica in his nature. Those who knew him Wat found In him thoao dlatinguiahlng traita that so prominently mark true manhood. Under an apiatrenlly cold exterior beat a warm and generoua heart that ayuipalhlted with hu " On firll-aIn Ita uilifortune and retailed Kcvk.11 la raging inanity The Wiimt-wAHiiNagalnat Injustice and oppression In all It here aa an epidemic phase. No man, or combination of men, A ScnuAY Si'lIOoI. Waa organized lait or any power that could be brought to Sabbath al the Baptiat Church. bear upon him would induce biui to sanc IIaiv. A nfi calling ahoweroii Monday tion or acquiesce In au aclof injustice ami gladdened the hearla of many, eapecialty oppression toward Poslit fellow-man- , the farmera, sessing a keen sense of the amenities that We atteuded the render life pleassat, and free to forgive TakuAKT Colluie. extrrlar at ihe Chnsllan Church oil Turn-da- y olhera, he atom! In bold relUl to the social evening, Kvrrylhlng pawed olTiplrn-didl- y tyrant using Id own acta of Injualk-aa and the mholar all acquitted theiu-elr- e an excuaai fur further outrage upon hi un very creditably. uaiiectlng victim. Such men iie! no 11x111 Snow roil Wheat. -- There I ia apleudld funeral cortege or uiouuuental tlie rlduily of lVeacherarllle a field of arch to pertwtuale their memory, but their wheatonlya fool high, which has begun rlrtuen, embalmed deep In true am! good to brad The farmer In that locality frarl hearts, furnish a luouuiuout more durable I tbau time lllf. that Ih. wheat crop will to slim The Stmwberry Festival the bowoU LoMof ADDoUtaandNauM. trooottivo, but ometlmo. fttarnUwith tooetuMi, fain la the UAd, coompAnt5 with ft torpid liver. Dull SYMPTOMS OF A April 4, 1877.-- Jtu Jf.T, Hlftftt.l.. (Jiariii Implements, Of Every Description. SCREAMER 9k. ! Ihor nmatloaln tho iTftCkpftrt.Pftiu iiatha right aldo ftndundor tha shoulder bfftde, fullnou after eatinc, withft'diin cliattion to exertion of body or mind, Irri Ubilltj of tmrxr, Xmw pinUjhoamot memory , w ith ft fating ofhftTinjc nfgloctod somo duty. Oonond woixineiijDiMinMt, JIuttoriDit ftt tho Iltftrt, DoU beforo tho eyeat Yellow Skin, IIeftdcho gnrlly orer tho rUbt eyoLXUetlunea at night with' fitful drinjhJhly oolored Urino. iJJ I will stand Ibis ousa-trc- J bona at injr fkru near Turnsm.ll Ibo proatnt arasj. at We have mads arrongementi thla leaton to handle the celebrated SuTOINSUHEIIUieCOLT j ir THESE WABNIN03 URIOUS DISEASES AEE UN III ED ED, BEDtYElOPED. WILL SOON McOORMIOK TUTT'S PILLS nro oapoclQlly adapted to such MOWING & REAPING i a duk brown, It wee elrei by Old Hcreemer, be eoiOQtefftlCliic Willina Mtre. W m aa harl&l Uaaas JaiA wavhAoi aa1fr I. Sa1wl n4 a lien retained oa ibo colt for tbt MMm. la batJ by cases, a sing's doso effect, such a chnngo of fe.llnij as to astonish tho sufferer. lDniark Mtra. 1 will aUo olaod bit floe Jack at IU sauie tsc April n,iaT. GEO. w. Ai.rntii. lllsdauwuft itijia aaa Imp. Ntwiey TUTT'S PILLS 4tro MAcmariiiS ranlajuro ttum mmr fre inaat drllrat rftlatlaii. Thar Ike Hrarrb, Iraaa) Tartly, aad lavlxeral Ika emir Him. JlfraUatlacikarti are(t IJier ikey cleaaao ika ( kl-- compeii Baled frow abataDrve thai ro Ikua IsauarC Irani liaUaaaackHiiiara. haaJlkaasiltalilr to Ika Wily, raaalac wllkeul Ika bawale la art aatwrally hlrh ho vao mm facl well l A Noted Divine says : iT TUTT -- UIf BIT, ruwt) raff I i nst.ii4.ioin. stJ llla. a atavrtir W riuavour IIJLti wsi rnuiaUairta(lalsl lot W . UI WanaVl ttMm7bntt.ulilttLlt.Uiil. huta. raaattU ( bCIMalPwRtJ UItwaMl'isil'rit.I ltlMUaM PliaM un Itinsii i id yi, lat Wiimf M (, Which itand at the head and front of GOMBiNATION STOCK SALE all HarveitiDf Machinei, especially BV TUE in point of durability. Theie Ua Breeders South of the Ky. River ehinei have two motions and the joint AT TUE ed The driver cm raiie or fAm GROUNDS, DAKTILLC. KF.N'TUCKr ' lower the reel while the Machine ii in motion without moving from hi' THB8TOCK1K THE HLUWIItA'U HI I Huutbof tkeKepiiKky Ulver tattoir eat. and beliaTlnttUiit lkeinWrcl of ait uihj reel-pos- t. uiuuri-saw- j ijrttatiitjrwafiiiii.a. HIT ftiitltaafsi'i tV'Hift.aiitx, mgm TUTT'S PILLS, Thtlr flrel ffr U to Iaraaa ika Aapallta, ftAu caiue uie wwy wtuhi riwH.iaMiiuaa tiuUaarllidt siidb UmU- Twale A ilea oa Ue uieeaiiie ur liiveie ere prtajca. THE M'COEMIOK SELF- - BINDER Needs no commenti. lnwders w etbf r iuoi3 uonscttutbtfaittoui.nua, turtborttltryvleUMKBt tltestwrvaf . UiukIIW, Kf laml A eon, to UsuM si Nliorl.llurua, Jtrx-j- a A thu" hbooii. riiuraUsir, Aliiail 7lli. IS7 Ihair. be promoted and bj tbe buyrrs f(uffiafi UninT tlta Ufw aa ia.il f4ataiti.Uii.Mi"t irlt4vdfr . (.vui b i4f kt PRICE 73iiaj Ut4 UMtuWUlttMllirSlilbCENTS. SOLD EVERYWHCRr, ! sw4 w asaaawAwaataaajn. urii 01 11 nHinuuui OP NEW YORK, SAYS - thepriieinalmoit Beo 3) fllarray Mreeit New lerk. kari)r.TrTTMANl M h iliuU lufnr- Wait l lUJtirJ.tr PLaVlUWaild Uaaafttl llattAlS pa appikaUuii. ouu if It hai taken aul aaoo iJusi airrllaalJlruuaavlPollnwilli. every field trial. 1",lLln.,.,Kin..m,i,..ll,rj.r..-Bot- h fronfand-rearcu- t inEle 'laaownrta, im bMMIi, is n iibdra..i eri. We can alio furnish you with conl ou aroao awusiol or aalo will M of uMSbbreil llurooo. lr.llor 3SU, I17W. oloa-w.aM.lllr4oj'l Tboao laloa will U osloaalralr aJntluxJ, anj all au:lioa.rt4 will Uasanitussl bj H J l"9 Ibo harfl in, luj A.l Hl ut9.l&SPXf,SSS!SJr!' ' sa4 fcar sb ryaaon IWauoaoallla. aaiaiuuuiH TUTT'S HAIR DYE, Sulky Hay Rakes, Now in ute. Call and examine our Set lUia oa Wmaasae utMuaj t1 i tl al fc a M .a MTM a KtUfaTlAoU, fcaHa llifafw, a UaWwaiaawMaVaaaa nUUV4 Ml W vivt al 9l nai Offioe,35 Murray SI Nrw York. 'i auak.wUalf.jr, nualnufi brlhlaiila. kiUI OMbalfb tbo Kkw nulla.. W bus TblawodwHnorn,l)lJ otalruosa aialaniar. WO H" laubafar IMlalrf kj- swkkb llw soj will all ml U-rJ Jaa inl. lora-raUkalucw moi loaola- anr wbkls lullluboasallwa w lortbo i, bja.n i..ib.art al aoU. .. mi sjl". llin Ittuftl HwotlHlf Machinei andRakti. Mar link it M bhJ '.HiiuNL, ' lf r- - V All who were familiar with College life at the University many years ago, h$ will remember good old I'arson Jncic, who had wthinr done for tho stu 3CY. STAasr3TOIl23, dents, and faithfully and promptly Friday Kornl-- f, Kay M, 1879. made his appearance on the Hill, wim brash and box for the performance of AHir.HK, OR THKCHHl. nlHt.'H his regular work, always a welcome visitor, and students gathered aronnd him as he mounted the chair or table Ollrgr Ufr. A Acetie for a rostrum, and with smiling counr HO. KOIfRT M.AIX. tenance and polite manner, poured interior journal. he began to build air castlti, ana isiry -- reams were nit, win me sky of our hopes be ever clear and cloudlets, or shall that future to which I look forward, bo dark, and the ratn bow of bopo disappear banish the thought. Look on the bright side Do find bo nerved fur every conflict. our duty and triumph Is secured room Tka wreat trea.are mertal tlaieeeSaei patnlon. that awsj Mm art Ml .Ikied toon or related else." ' i .irnn's Rtttlny, man's destiny still to be long ing after something; and thus the gratification of one set of whdics but prepares tho unatitlicd soul for tho conception ol another. Tlio child but a year old wants but littlo food and sleep; nnd no sooner Is he supplied with a sufficient allowance of either of these very excellent things, than he begins whimpering or yelling, It mny bo for the other. At three the young urchin becomes enamored of sugar plums, apple pies nnd confectionery. At six, his Imagination runs on kites, marbles and lops, and an abundance of playtime. At ten, the boy wants to Icavo school, and hsvo nothing tn do but go V.tHHKTS. jmmuftora. Af amioitn. It it a r (5)1 blf Tke relall felf- - stnnfxrit. tnt prarlufcrtH Se kwr raen,k-wt.lr- a. arenM ni:w Meat and Provision Store, ... flecMl, kama rrwtce....te rwtter..,. -- Jnjait Wkeat, Hfo CbttH h.JSe 11... naewseMea..,..,., ...V iGlGlHUni. BUMMER BCIIEDULK. IN f!"'" i.r OPIUM mb iUii..inmi rM- -r sirnlni aai, ,M t RVJ! uniit-Mli- r 'r r.-- .. n,v. . i, iXfMiRXUi . linear . TtfrtNV HiAKM Pnilrr .... ItarV. WKtHHnw. i. -- J"W ........tie - -- lite EFFECT APRIL 27th, 1079. TnAiNs Nontii.Mii Nh. Tw Mfftt Hssrffl. Mrt ' j" f CJTk Ma ...in f MH t' Utrtifsh prf " ft A ih. "atl.thn. MrrH lrl.h rwatoea (Val, m ear. . Mefcmea TVSitlM ear IMS Vrmaf fell fWn, fee kerrel --IMS Si (Vail. IrNretf.l lt STATU). ,f . fefnenrl "jr. Arrewitln Hall V.. I Itreraa. IIKIaea I I I A Mall Ne. (Mora l.arreaa. line-i1 ptmtl (MMlMllla t" UM 4M OmmmIt rt, f M MSkftM iMMf ,' !'. ", ' 'SMI rt ( fVCtftMU. Matrtof, Or M" rtf4 IH i Amedk and Kthel met at the com ruenccment of tlio next session, anil ths meeting was n pleasant one. They are found at their pot of duty, and esger to complete their courses of study that they mlcht return to their homes from which they had been to long abIn the sent, except temporarily. of their duties they were ever industrious, faithful and punctual. Ofttlmea they met in the lecture room In observations of the planets, bad gathered at College Hill and nude together telescopic observations, in a word, had formed A high opinion of each other, and as it were, grew A fond ol each other's company. feeling of pure friendship existed, and though shy, and seemingly distant towards each other in company, there was a tie, tender and strong that united them, and which they each felt and owned to themselves, but kept ii in silence. But the lime approaches which must sever these lies, or strengthen them. A separation is soon to lake place. Their school days are about to end. The spell that bung over them is about to bo broken. The chain that entwines itself around them roust soon be dissipated, sun shine or sorrow Is soon to All the youthful heart. What thoughts pass through the mind how fast palpi tates the heart how heaves the bo som when they look at each other, The eye tells the secret, the spell must be broken and shall the feelings that exist between those young persons continue thus? Soon they mint go forth to battle with the realities of life. 'Come weal, come woe, I am resolved to test the opinion, the feeling of Amedo towards roe. The conflict mu.it come. I am resolved to put it off no longer. I will seek her compa ny for the entertainment that is to take place after the public examina tion as a fit occasion, if I do well, to meet her, and from her actions and conversation, I may learn her true opinion, and then I will know whether I shall ever be more than a friend to her, or she to me. This suspense is hard to lar. Faint heart never won fair hand; she has ever treated roe kindly.and is seemingly fond of my company ," said Ethel. The reader has seen the conduct of these young persons at the entertain ment spoken of. A few weeks inter vened between the examination and commencement. Ofttimes Ethel and Amede, with others, had roamed by the river side, and gathered fair flowers that grew upon the bank, plucking them to deck the hair, or casting the little pebbles into the water and watch the receding waves. And in these walks many were the conversations and tokens of kind regard, every hour adding Interest nnd bouyancy to Eth el's hope. Suffice it to say, that the feelings were mutually kind and tender, and their company mutually agreeable. Their companions and friend observed and encouraged it. A fine Summer evening they took their accustomed walk by the river side. They sought the moss covered rock to enjoy themselves in sweet conversation for a while. They arose, she took his proffered arm, and walked to the edge of tho stream, into whose clear waters they quietly looked. Ethel spoke; "This, perhaps, may be tho last time we shall stand upon the bank of this pure stream. These waters remind us of our mountain homes, nnd tho little stream, Amede, of your own Virginia home, far away, constitutes part of the waters that are now passing by. When you, Amede.shall leave here, and go to that home, when yuu stand upon the bank of that liltlo streym, or bathe your fair hands in Its waters, will you think of him who now stands by your side, and wish him well? Tho color came upon her fair faco and crimsoned her cheeks, She gently pressed his arm, and feel ingly replied, "Why should I not? Why should I not think of you, and wish you well. 1 am reminded, it is true, of home, andlougtobe with parents there, and look again upon my childhood home, but there are friends dear to me thatl leave behind.1 She felt the pressure of his hand, and looked iato his beaming eye to eatch the words which fell from his lips. She felt the tears gathering, and ask ed that they would return to their companions ami to the city, Leaving the river and casting a sad look upon scenes so dear, they silently, though sadly, retraced their steps, each heart beating quick and fast, too full for utterance. They reached tho gat- ehe asked liercompaurfura ride to the country on the morrow, she as sented, and they separated, she prom' ising to send hint a note in the morn ing, as to the time ami company lor forth In excited declamation to tlio amusement of his applauding and edified hearers. Preparations were mado for the visit, and .a happy parly of young ladies and students were on their way to the country, to visit a schoolmate of the young ladies, Miss Julia, at her home. The drivo was a pleasant one, and on the way, Ethel reminded Amede of their visit to tho river the nay ueiore, and the question he had propounded, and which had not been answered. He amiin told her of his feeling, his attachment, and urged with all his youthful ardor, the sincerety of his heart, and the purity of his feelings for her. She listened, the pressure ol the hand upon tho arm spoke tenderly tho fcelines that words could not utter or define. Suffice it to say, she assured Tilm that from their meeting atMontvale Springs.she had a high for him. and her feelings had been kind, and that time nnd acqaint ance had but increased that good opin ton, but the question involved one of happiness or wee. We ore young, and beforo assenting to a proposition of such Importance, it is proper that I should delay an answer until I consult my parents. Assuring him again of her high regard for him, and promis ing an answer in a few days, as they were near the end of their journey, the conversation was turned to other home of d Julia, who came out the fresh as the morning flowers, nnd merry as the lark, with her parents, and welcomed the party to the hospi talities of the household. It was a welcome long to be remembered, and a day of pleasure of play and ball, and all manner of sport that could make yuung hearts glad. ! ruits and flowers, and all the luxuries of table and garden, and all the varieties that go to make un the feast, so bountiful ly prepared by doting parents, the day was passing away.nnd the declining sun admonished the party it was time to return to the city. Bidding Julia and they re her fond parents good-byturned to the city delighted with their trip, and Ethel, especially happy that he had gone. To him tho trip was truly pleasant. He fancied he had won the fair prize. Ethel called a few days afterwards on his loved Amede, and witii her, once more wenth forth to take an eve ning walk, and returning, engaged her company to Church tho following evening. Prompt at the appointed time, and on tho way to Church he reminded her of his anxiety for an answer, she informed him she had heard from her parents, they urged her youth, and that she had been so long absect from them; plead tin) loss to them of her society, asked post' ponement, but finally, left much to her own feelings and judgment, hop ing that she had ago and discretion sufficient to make a wiso choice, that her happiness was intimately connectShe assured him ed with theirs. again, of her high appreciation of his worth and hoped that the opinion they entertained for each other, would coutinuo true and good that if she knew her own feelings, she would ever bo faithful and true to him, and that the future had In storo for them, peace and happiness,and when circumstances should bring around tho proper time, that tho ties that now bind them to gether would connect them more intl mately. He pressed her hand, called her his on n Amede, and then in the stilly night as they retraced their steps from tho Church, with hearts belting with the anticipations of tho future, they separated their pathway was defined, n, "Tbey farted In their ihre.swere wet subjects. Soon they arrived at the Ethel's mind was carried back In thoughts to the sacred relations that Inund him to his Amede, and as ho thought of the pleasant hours spent with her upon the river bank and conversed with her upon tho rock, culled the fair flowers, or cast tho lienutiful pebbles into the pure water, be remembered that once there stood upon Scotland's little stream, tho sweet singing bard and his Highland Mary. And as they stood upon the banks of that historic stream, and bathed their hands In the pure water, emblematic of love, and pledged their hearts to each other, and separated, he to his home, and she to her mountain childhood home to pre pare tor the bridal day, little did the hard dream that this separation was to 1 final with his Mary in Heaven, but such arc ofttimes the realities of life. Shall such n fate ever be that of Ethel and his Amede? Shall the path way now so !eautiful, and along which tho flowers bloom aud shed their rich foliago around, and make sweet the air, ever lie poisoned by the and milldcw of blasted and disappointed hopes? Oh, memory, continuo pleasant, and peace and purity lie ours. Tlio exercises of the Fcmalo Seminary have closed, and Atnode passed tho ordeal with satisfaction to her friend. All admired the grace and beauty of her person, and tho pleasant and satisfactory manner in which she discharged her every duty. ComThe mornmencement approaches. ing, fair and cloudless, came, and all was excitement on thellill. Attired in s their neat dresses, with streaming, the lines are formed, and the procession, with banners, take up their march to the Church where the exercises are to take place. The house was already fait filling up with parents and friends the beauty, wit and intelligence wcro there assembled. The music announces the entrance of the students. The graduating class took their scats facing the assembled crowd. The choir chants a suitable hymn. The venerable President opens the ex, who ercises by introducing Rev. in one of his impressive prayers, invokes the blessings upon the occasion, night-shade society-badge- Isttllmlltr, itaeon,.k-iille- rt UrJ .la flarM, elear aklca at ti ,11411 nutter-.(iIA-k.- . Mr ... ria.. liar VTklt novr.pr 14.1 M W Wheaf,wMleS.ia!l keal. .. MV .Il0io (torn sit-...- .. 8nv KT?cfii .SsjlOo nroaaCnfur. tin .." SM Clienault's orFir.nw Old Storo "v," room, " ln,llnjiinn lnm., " HarMl'JaM. leitn(tnM H H (lenrerien Ir UmlaaMI . I nam tela a AIM im Titan Mall miM ml I Mr-a-t Mr"' IMJiM iM Itpn W llkirrr ImM H,ltnin llrlltv Mttetr uiWrni, m . . Ift r Ik ttnJMiil ll i thM II Mpm S pahlrafcf, MeaU M tt ltftt t H f It II am i a re ill IV Ht rl GRAYS SPECIFIC MEDICINE, TRADK TRAINS rOUTII'MIOMK STAT10S1. I.T. I BTANFOnD. KY.. Clnrlmmtt. naraa.aboaMrra le Ilaennlear BY A. eUraSK I .T. irAICIUN. At II All I ElprrM. Arrowdnf 1941km XST1 TU. T tvrrt litr 1110 a mi nur,wiu.ritovnN iM. .attttvm. H j.arMO.'f JuM llMpMi astr-m- ' IttlM I r ' . j- - Mla 3HBBTrVBr I131.U Wkeal.wbllrtl.KVal M Staple and Fancv Oroceriet. Foreign At fifteen, he wants a beard, a Wheat, red. ' IMfltillsV ......... .Sffe ana uomesuo rnii, vegeuoiei rife ..... ....St (ton ' lhtnillrJurf, watch and a pair of boots. SOo and Fish in their Season. Oata ColTeeu.. ..ll)A10e rvMaiirp atvi iwti itintMniir tw At twenty, ho wishes to cut a figure Eqa 11 (YlVNttTtllVlL Mh . .ILM l"ll, SOlJIloJO Hk hit Nitwit I wa jir, rii.MrlkiilirliiiTti"'rfl Tral No. I roanfen BfUtlnfiM ! t J rir ht lall t ?! wm and drive fast horses; sometimes his White Boir...10o Rreea 8urr.M.M M .trnftUU al II JJMlc ln t ittia lit lTiwiniff a hi 9iriinai IU1 I !" mwiIH Ik tnla Itwm LshIivUK Irani. a. Ac , atlltr. thirst for display is in dandyism, and aiifarkacMforlA. W K'f dr llarrwt- - (,, walto hf MlrHM rU.rf Janlt vllk rw.Hf lfsofTMtDlt 1M. tl. JOB ritHTIHJ. .? lv.rt.tlU Jattt.lth, ill M.R. ILI .,uX sometimes in poetry; ho wants sadly PrrtntT, Mhh srMaii(rtl,labOrrliarJ( Lltlnct"f Unraa- Kn. ! Mrrhinln' Hif AMhar Iff iM RkkMMiL to be in love, and takes It for granted VAirit In MaBftrtf hj ill rfrnffHl. TralBS.S fiiwti at Pntlll Jmm.Iaa llh pwtrt, leOMlatUK WsWl Amu. f that all the ladies are dying for him. Iralna m I A N. R. IL ttmtm PtanlhrtL (ab 1r aMIl I -- TiinIJilatfttiM, Iai chant, anl ItkamrJ) kl wants The young man of twenty-fivlllflClM wiia Hll(9tlr Iralna Itom H Irvrl OaUa ! aullwliaiaUra)tla r. W U HiTll. Ac i al C kt mIttllMlI , ai a wife; and at thirty he longs to be Jlrrrctttcl)taa; ajalckevt Ham rf MJ W Lv7a WMM IStfMIt JU--MTBS AND DEALERS IN ao4 tb (Irml Wfl "MessatksaAMttMa iwtrn la ttii fta isknMM tingle again. Na. aroivrt al lilattn wllki lrala I xfwitt Trala .if liriW. Mf I.!!? K. IL ( ftiMasMitr trvil Mi. marFrom thirty to forty ho wants to be line. aa4 wlila laCU Iralaa fhm lUf llVa A4 m UmSmJ AJian4n.aklun. MsWWIf Wilrt, fftteftsWWs. IIHN U1 rich, and thinks more of making mon(am Ilk tralm M Htist, Train N. 4 nnfrrta at tilacti M4. I Mlfl (srtMtat m MM I wmm. tafcaiN UAM IL, rrarali Kraakfurt I. (Ul.IL J ey than spending it. About this time, iMUfllWIIilftA. U. art4 vllk) tnlni af Itlf an J MLfMrtllntf Raad R. K. fhwn WltrW- -l Wia. taJkM a0 ft also, he dabbles in politics, and wants . msww axnjtiiVkf llm awsl rsrttw awwiiwialrw4 taa K' , wr Itfl atlTa.l rataflkrl lr an; Hallaa; BrtfaUaf ! office. IVfMfi. htnMlra THI IMIVATI MEDICAL AbVISIR Xarlh. aa Vf4Uto, Oaaarrlxva, sTThrwiih Tltkata l all lnt taM At fifty, ho wants excellent dinners Ol. arWtttra, TtV ! Wral anH la Kibm aivl Trtat. a apraiatrth.l iwniiir. m evlt ttllltla,lllaia tmtefMir, Tor lata atatsoa an i and capital wine, and consider a nap i I ftavsr, K P VrilJM.N, HAMU WOomvXhD, l.mL TkM Aft (M in tho atternoon indispensible. arsU tMirflalwii tUrWittt ANN at4ftft MfiMa MtW The respectablo old gentleman of Main Street, - Stanford, Ky. Wmtt, . ..... MIDICAk AUTIWlt sixty wants to retire from business timi:. n a Wttv MaaaaoA lkM knelt lk.J Ort with a snug independence of three or 100 till It four hundred thousand, to marry his T. kl t mCHAal. AM CHAME,, daughters, set up his sons, and live in Attthsw n wsimHsmi nfsiMf -- ar ras-t- n Wo will kcop for salo a full at Md -- l W trfnrsi im H wN Issn RAILROAD LINE. the country; and then for the rest of WX1 IkMnWt 4 ( MH H f1fits. t tWsk vtsw. Masm, W lino of tlio abovo goods, all IW mltsu ea ItMIm nsw ? his days he wants to be young again. -- u m. TRAINS nillNtl MORTM. "Prt,atacafwM" Ni- W NatB. Btf fa HtNiMtMtlsiM hand-mad- o and of tho bost frMaMai fsnl t M tvw Mstltsr 1.II 11.11; Now as Complete as any PrintWMilr trtMt4 tSkM.tM(.l A4VS) pr'T'ti Apr. S, ItX lKa.hu!. El.Sia.1 IM Airmpnfii etif Jriefire SriHtrntert, U nukll ttswWwaiiia matorial. CrraraalaayNtwtDtatara. AOCNTf waalt4. ing Establishment Outside Le. RlrkaMeJ SM aa. Ilecently a suit was tried before an prrTa mmm aa fw ar4 mi lAneaater. IK ka aal Wk . SSS . ieMa laim Indiana Justice of the Peace wherein it ftv ' iitv aaaiff- - l UTrtM. " Oahi.rrh.rU. J4 of the Large Cities, a lady was plaintiff, and a bank, de in " .. . PROF. HARRIS RADICAL CURE tOI t fthelbr tllf REPAIRING. 19 M am K DaarAle JiMtl. fendant. Tho evidence showed con IU TOR 8PERM.T0RRn(EA. III it w " Mllrk.IUIrj.. . clusively that tho fair plaintiff had no . It Si ' I M f m (.TDeiKia.. lVcHlllitonllkliiilHorrcinlr. - I at - "SEMINAL PASTILLE" " N.w llarea .tin r-- eai S M " right to recover: of this no one could Prices for Work aro as Low Iiir In our lino wllli iirntiiroN A r. Iteaea j ear! Iell . II . I tl " IU " (lartanalWaarUaei.. have the "shadow of a doubt." Her Uwl,rllle as in Cincinnati or mill illxrmlcli. An experience ol learned counsel knew well that unless (Vnaclloo la taJ at RsWtW (My with aiaca la aaUeal SaaiMksma more llinii it tiunrtcr of it renin Louisvillo I Hk alaira he could get the sympathy of the dlroM Iaalll-- t al MIlrlwlUMirc. XMtl trtt M a V? trt wajr. ry lit our biiftliicwi enable tin to laaaJ traaa llarrotlalMirf: al Labaana, will. Att4(ia - antM (4aWa "squire," his client would have a "lost UaaJinafiwlafBM, M M! . ti ( n una M iitrrnwii'li II trvsxm eftts(!m( a atss. a. - atramiK Vswlav He therefore labored hard in cause. proiulNO our customer tlio bent Nwthl, .NU.f tUtry alltlt rM.br utmtaiii, wua III ta4 ad aUasaa rrssltOlsja4i,4-4Urwt- tjt ltmsmittia, T.a. t IBlTlMsaiaia rwiir, t. A t aw 'sSsiai f applying the "sympathetic process." IJlWYElWIlBIH, work. It c Iiiitc not only "coiiin U IL IL NqnW aiwl IM, aJ illk O. A II "J . tktMitli ajBt-- . law atrttk4 ! a.4 JlssM He gushed with eloquence of great I'lTA LOOM., CI RCVLARK, .. - . lo fcfny," lint lire liere iiikI run! IW Ml 4 to ik. Tn.IN3J0IN(. HOITII warmth in referring to his client's M towivory. a. it tMMtad IW toil If laWrtaaUcM mt liaMat, Afvr lT.OOr.AM MES, nwrrt'KS NOTD. IttajM, cct nwny. Oho u it cull. , - tffwttm aHvamA. rttl, I rights, until finally great tears came rai, - will lerp all kln.li of llrrfTtft OllMtnfl ... -.! tlnrttaMt,.. Mm filtm napM, IMrta! HaTr TW llult,r.l,J IBssiSsssjr.sBTsuwi !.;. -mttMimi-iin1 itta. IMam r m aj-.T- rurTHAOt MK, imtf (t WDI flTffMrltl Turn a ittiiirn., MJM. itM pprmalnr tvl ll d vr Ihftt tVJrW m ianr M iwll M km r twrtwtrT HRlrnv , mMi - CARSON & BODES, j' kar ! jt -r- e books; A UJ la U lsaJ mibaalUIl -4 INTERIOR mma A fc Vaaaej trmm JOURNAL Saddlery, Harness, SeC, , , 1 aw MM pva, li ntri ( mi M M try croB 4 DEPARTMENT, mpti. ft UST kBS OPVSJt oMK.sr.n -- aa Ski aa rtmmlm MM tossMi , e Iift4 f. f rf wtt. k B mtiit "'- nikMkt .... AaBtakBmkkB a ! s it- tWM m ksj !, a et hf. axtrtM sal KSWTWk-- upon tlio congregation, upon all who hear, upon the rising generation, and especially upon those young men, who this day are to sever their connection with tho Institution in which they have been instructed with such parental care and attention. Uo with them and protect and guide, aud direct them in the paths of peace, lead them by Thy own Good hand thro' the valleys of life, and by the still waters, and in thine own good time, gather them as sheaves (or the harvest. Tho choir chanted an ode for the occasion, nnd the exercises begin. The young men delivered their orations with satisfaction to all, each one evi dencing deep study and elegance of One remains. At the andiction. nouncement of his name by the President, he arose and approached the front, near which his classmates stood, and with an elegance of manner, and purity of diction, his address at times arose in eloquence nnd pathos, that would have done honor to older and more experienced persons. At times uttering such sentences, clothed in such beautiful and feeling language that many a tear could have lieen seen in that vast assembly, and many a heart softened by the melody of the voice, nnd the tender language of the speaker. Suffice it to say, the exercises added another star to tho wreath around tho brow of their Alma Mater. He thanked the Trustees nnd Faculty for their kindness and attention to them In the past, and to them and to the venerable President who had With Hit lean trjnrsl coutrullln., Tber VtfveJ Ikey weuU nrrer, no, ne.cr forget, watched over them witli such parental And Ihoee vows at the tlue, were consoling." care. In the name ot Ms classmates Next day our two young friends, and himself, lio tendered their most for the last time sought in a walk, heartfelt thanks and good wishes for their accustomed retreat by the rivetheir future happiness, and a blissful rsideand as they stood upon the homo beyond the Jordan of life. banks, Amede's mind and thoughts (TO Cn CONTINUED.) were carried far away to that little mountain stream to her parents, to her childhood home, and In her kind and affectionate manner, she could but ask, "will those bright hopes ever be ours T Will thoso pleasant anticl' nations now Indulged in ever be real ized)" More beautiful than ever, sho seemed, no thought of sorrow, no idea of disappointment "tarred and steal was ill lit sat-- la brr. lea, u pult as ttlml enow " What harm in loving one thus dear, so pure, whose mind was unsullied with the fooleries of the world ? ar rogating to hem-l- f nothing but what she possessed; devoted In good, and her blue eyes shone and siurkled with the gems that evidenced tlio benevo lent heart within, and would futo pun' ish him for his devotion to such an object. All around teemed sunshine, and all beneath were flowers tho cud of his hopes realized his heart plight ed to her, his fate and his all linked to her with the chain of interest and affection. Ho thought not of disappointment, and when he reached, his MoirrALUY. It is stated that 15 per cent, of all the children born die the first year. This results in Summer, largely, from improper food. It can not lo made too widely known that tho addition of a teaspoon-Ai- l of common lime water, t be had at tho druggists for a mere trifle, to each bottle of milk adapts cow's milk to tho human constitution, and renders it perfectly digestible tfi cither adults, invalids, or sucking iufautt. For the latter the milk should bo diluted with tepid water and slightly sweetened with moist, not loaf, sugar. Besides tho effect ou the digestion, it may be assumed that the lime goes to the formation of tho bones; bence children thus fed have none of that softness in their bones so painfully displayed in what is termed "rickets." fr. trickling down his cheeks, at the sight tinrrr.niiEAr.K0TEiiFjiM,iiiu.iiKtw, Lv.htaatMtl I S ja of which the justico (who was a very ' Yalta nh-SOMIKN . STATEMENTS, Ar Llvlarvtssa) individual) wat also l" WITNESS CnSTII tCATES,nilNlS, t 7 SB ,. Ar Kkhm4. atmoved to (ears. This satisfied the WKHMKO INVITATION Is ale al Sfcelay Pllr with tlatta torney that the sympathy of the court laaa--l IroM Paaillle, aa.1 al I:kKi.l, -- Ilk Fr.VFKilNOTIU. It Ir.lae, Ac. was in behalf of the lady, and he -- ETC . ETC closed the argument by saying: "It I'l'I.I.JIA.V I'AI.AtT. H.tltS, -- WITHOUT t IIAM1I--A- rt does my heart good to believe that Wo Can not bo Beaton In lfaJLjfyrun between Columbua.0., and New jdatttttttttttttttttttlBT m this honorable court, in the exercise Mm Orleans.. la Mllani lrfultllle, Ky., and NaahTlllt) Loulaelllt and Lltllt llooki Low Prices and in Exof a sound discretion, will not allow and Montcomery. ecution of Work. Kaa. the rights of a pure and noble lady to aaa, JaJ, afNl ..aaltfreal Italea la FkUa, Ar be trampled beneath the cloven feet C V. ATMIIIir, tansas, Trsaa,Ar- - .lima rasa. aJ Tktet Ail Oeal. Combine tho cbotoeat cathartic principles e of a soulless corporation;" and took UaiU.llle In runllclne, In proportions accnrateljr ad. his seat, as confident that he would JuaUst to tecum actlrltr, rertalnte, and uniformity of effect TUey art the reatilt TAKE THE get a judgment as ever poor Mia Flite HORSE AND .TACK 1JILLS of yean of careful atndy ami practical r nFCl-IIT- UIIXKS, CARtS, TAtIS, F.NM.I.OITA A ,.!. auaaaf. Mkf ..!., Ta.lh.aJ tsar! ff r.tsH Utt I aHsK. al mil atafltSaU laTSStr, satjair, ssf liainaMt at ttaa aBaaraswai its par tender-hearte- d f .If lilillT f fsMSJ. Itosssit ffM a)..ajaaMl W Ma MtkSWa. aiaa. Ilatataal sMC (.en-rll- aa ft ft anus WSattHM ka t. i aapaaia; tpaSaTaailar pMtf - f r tf f aaSftajl ffwrtaa ti Ikaal laVat si a M to tot If- WM -tskf - HAL rttra-- etak 1tot-t Ibe aaaart la to Ma. v IN tMat.. UStl , IM I SMClt 41 ,. U to MW. I tt tl !( I t faaH ItaMl teaMSM H sejrsr aa,aasl ataual., tatoM laatn to to toaaBf. ! snawiis.n isaaftVsot-I Max stasia, a aavl aanawal. to Maw) aaa , as, atsttj et tats toaaf fkaw aatrntllsi sM4 aJ 4tStrtHX-- , ta( a (, iM.ltlpllttliMI, t l Ml , t wtaf-O- ( a law SitaM as). sPtkraM La ii S, ItoMf riiU ttlMXCrtOMltfasT Ba.t.H aVVJk. ll Cathartic Pills HARRIS RCMCDY CO.KrC CXUMTt. ST. LOUIS, MO. Mtrttl aaS Stk Sts. , ximtti iniiMH. was. Thereupon the squire rendered the iii:a'i:htii.s evi.u. following comprehensive and satisfactory decision. He said: "The plaintiff in this case is a woman, and her A Call When in Need or any Kind of counsel has for the last hour touched Printing Will Convince Yon of the sympathy of the court in her betheTrnth of the Statement. half, and I am glad of it; lut I think under tho law, that tho justice is on the side of the bank. I therefore will iv. i lV.trro.v, find in favor of the bank, and let the IWrHoe. ttAI.TOX.Jr.. has the record show that Mrs. IMTO Hauler full sympathy of the court.' Harper's Magazine for June. IHCaXLmolK. , prriment, and are lb moat effectual rem. edy yet ilUcoverr.1 for illaeaaea, cauaeil lie 11. ileranfrement ot tba atomach. llrrr, anil bowels, which rrqtilnt prompt anl effectual fii-Lara apeciilly ap. treatment. Ami S'lcaMo to thla class of dlscaaea. They act on Ilia lilgetUra ami aaalmtlatlta eisti and reatore retnilar healthy ac. firocetaea. extrnalra tiat hy phyalclana In by all civlllml natioru, their practice, and la ona of Iht many proofs of their alue aa iTA r.vro-v- , rACiiBvxa.ctcH vo.vu, wash reliable purgative l.OTOX. KALTIHORK. rillLAVKU-IIIA- , a safe, tare, and Inetllclne. ItclnK compounded of tlio con AKr iOKk; rr.Tr.RxBiRii, AoKrvttr, centrated virtue of purely esetabla ar.EK.ssco&o, da.iiu:k KAiKiait, W1LXI.OTOX, they are poaitlvely fret from ralo. X. C, iAUSBVKr, ciel, or any injurloua proicrtics, and can l CIIAKLOTTS, OLD aOWSBOSO, adrulnlstcreJ to children with peifect aalet r. CHPHO10 ma tmm l cntr 1 -- 1IHY- THE GENUINE SINGER SAVE MONEY. TkaKlaciaf Maaafstrlarlai CWtpftrif, a Ha lrtft ri lut i ajHtrsy in ttanf iiisy. iTa. aitol Ikntuth Ha raa Taatin( igpalB tirrjabtrr. piti aril rrwipg Jaja Infant Vratltu Ornmmntlral nljflenltu. At a wedding in South Carolina last month an Incident occurred aptly illustrating social lifo In the United States. The bridegroom, who belonged to the "first Southern families,' took exceptions to tho phraseology of tho officiating clergyman, aud remarked: "You shouldn't say 'those uns whom the Lord hath joined together,' but'lhemuns.'" The preacher, who " prided himself upon tho quality of his language, dropped his hand into the pocket of his surplice and interpolated: "You jist paddle your own canoe, young feller, or your n trouble'll begin sure 'nufi. I'm I am as I said this afore, my beloved hearers those uns " Just then the brideas tho Lord groom made a motion towards his hip, but, before he could draw, the minister fired from his pocket and the young man fell dead at his feet. Instantly the whole church was filled with blazing pistols. In less than five seconds the only persons that was left alivo was the bride, who hnd ducked behind the pulpit early in the action. female gazed musThe ingly around, and remarked as she started for home, "These is playing the mischief revolvers arouud here and that's a factl" San Francisco Post. .1 "high-tonedrun-nl'half-marrie- MILLINERY ojn a pew Haflu lint returned anJ from ! or Coatllenras, IndigesTA, MACOX, JtCKXOKVlLLK, tion, lyapepsla, loat ot Appetite, IX flA , A.P ALL Koul Stomach unit Ilrcoth, Dlulneaa, TIIK ATLAXTIC STATS. llendaciie, Ixsa of Jlfiiiory.Numhneas, lllllouineu, Jaumllc. KheumatUni, Kruptioni and rSWlu Illaeaaea, Uropay, FASSENOBBSrOBTnENOBTHBAST eurnls;l, folic, AVorms Tumors, tela, all rail, ,1a Gripes, Dlarrhura. Djaentcry, (lout, cat lMles, Dlaorders of the Uicr, ami alt other diseases resulting from a dlsorrlered nosnoMiriLiE. loswAoro.v, run-Constipation state of tho dlgcstlro npparatiu. As a Dinner fill they bar. no equal. MUBKAllDrillLADKLl'lllt, irOI-2C- Attr's Tilu are an effectnal cum fof FOIir, ClUKLESTOX. ACarSTA, HiVASXill.COLVMKIA, ATLAN- .itr.vri.viir.i)tti:iui.Ti:s AnJt-- terms la awll anjU.tjt Ta aol.enl ftrtlta eu larl.e lime, and the file. I ha'e bow I llF.AUTIFl'L MNK Of MIM.lXF.ItY BONNETS, HATS, BIBBONS, rL0WEB8, OBNAMENTS, afcC.e Call & the appetlt and illirrstiro orcans; tbey operate to purify and enrich the blood, and impart renewed health ami vizor to tho wholo While frentla In their action, these TitM aro the moat thorough and searching cathar Uo that can to employed, ami net er give liain unlet tho bowels ara Intl inied, and then their influence la healing. They ttlaiu-lat- e W2SW rnivu . Kua-I.- RlrllMOM) ANflOLfl POM1XIIIS kltlilraitlllrkuMHiaallll(b Tide, Turwlsj aud tililsr FOR SEW PAaMEMIERS YI11IK AC, iVC. atanJ and are tjtteai. Will lroe, In and rloe lo lonns, to prompt pajlny parlies, at flie dollar down and three dollars per itinnth nntll the insrhlnrn are paid for. aroneJ at veurarlire. ikeeUrut Oltie lleajietllullf, Prepared by Or. J. C. Ayer .radical and Analytical Lowtll, Matt. naca-- & Co., Chemists, 173-- tf Mrs. KATi: DI'IIIIKIIAU. ou ar in iturrniu. ? Akin nm .. w ..BB....B.HM, JDo. BANroRo'a Lmn IxtiooiutorJ fit a HtaniUnl Family Remedy tor Jjiaeaaes of ths Liter, Stomach ?!' SSk juml Dowels. It is Purely Vegetable. It nerer Debilitates It hi 11 jOathartioaud rfiiarip. MIR THE MU'TIIKAIT ronaerlatHliliiiMndajllklkelleilum.1 Air Llat Nee-tk(Ml an. I trll cwmlaallf in atJtka AllaulkttaallJae.llir all Kwlkera Al. ksnd. laalle Pwlats. leara ttaelauall dalle at TMKHNOHl M'l'll III, tiA O. 3d ei.net, llan.llle, k; lOUP. M,eonnerllBaatlIaallBKtui.llk' liureaa 1 ralua I", the I auama Kwasiuer Ueaurls aad HrUiaa of Ibt Alleghany tlouatalaa aa. tat Ullea la Ikt 3CU aritou.1 ran.aars wanted e.eryarntre. Kal. Tbruiiik Tlrtela fue sale at all re loell twrtats Kaal, Nwlb, Aulb, Weal, Nwrtkaest and riixilk. ve.1 In niwlniiallat 171 Walaat street, (llba-- lt Hume I at t.ran.1 lluirlae.lu V. A C M H OAKIKV. I' A.rul, UIMVAl It- - II. P. i:i W.lot, H., (1n..O. II. aieaiuera. IIOWAKH, AT lllibuviKl, Va. A, aut 8 8 8 8 888888888 l-8 8 8 8 ILaWWlfe 8 8 8 NEW If vT jfl 4Vl Iff 'A6' ,v Jfl Tlj "5 Ujt KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. 8W&mLWm I 1 sqklli 6r.h ("Hill Iks. r.v?.e'i ' Tkla cat retircaenU the "Cort land" riatrbrni Mprlnj: War DEPOT: FOOT OF SHORT ST.,1 oh, rt very atTlUb, atroac and comfortable traeott for farmLEXINGTON. KY. ers' use. Caiiacltyforottetoalx peraoaai. Just tlio thlas for caiafort nt HHinll expeaac Houtl for Oiitnlouruo. 1AII.Y alYCEIT rSI'MIAY. U 8(K3aflP 8 wynr ifLJkw ' able Aleuts, UJUISTUJ-- Oo., a, Sr. CINCINNATI TIME. DECEMBER 28, 1878. TBAIM. the (rip. Saturday morning came, clear and refreshing, not so warm as usual for the season. Early, Parson Jack, the messenger, canto with the promised note, and sought Ethel's room with his pleasant smile upoa his countenance. The note expWaed, all mm gladly received, ami Jack rewarded. When a womau spends three hours in a hot kitchen, aud roasts her brains out almost ill preparing a tempting aud appetizing dinner for her luuluiiid to which he sits down without a wonl and replies, when of commend h asked how I o likes his dinuer, "0, it foal til .l m .t. ,1..1 rtit, urtla .1UMll't- .v. .... will uu, uie uitu-vu- . encouraged to watte much timo ou bis annner. 1 ... ss. J1.U i$dl ' Uc&8K; ; j&::n?M: &:. tf?oft..3si t m eei VJ !, I 4tL9$Ffm1mmmmm i Lkai aawj m m ajwjai d r 8 8 , THE a aWHKUH t?(A.iu0SI 1 0 J rf J P.?, 21 has beta ntcJj a lay practiori will oihihit it iireseuce BuflcriuK by tho publicf by tho crylnt; of Iho baby, and should j more than 35 years,; Young housewife: ''What wis crabl be removed by Iht liromH uso oi ir-- u SEND FOR CIRCULAR. ittlo eggs again! You really must lilnl.lv eM.iiiimeii.le.1 reKinlv. Dr. T.W. SAHfORO, M.D., K J?SiS1S,V. ! tell them, Jane, to let the hens sit ou Bolft .taliy Bwuit. It b free from ?S. JI O'llUlll. l'rlco J3 cents. theui a little longer!" the "JACItNO.V Farm Wif ' VVi eu.Mllh i ealaj-ro- the Trunn or atrenrcth- a ntlnchmcMt. AVith c'ValMT' J thla rod each Axle la wore "riicS thaadoHbk'.llii klrcBglh. Get EIsIvarS a Jatkaoa whoh aad joawlll ,InTigoratorS aevcr be troubled frith break $ Tea, Xa-li- u AUIVD CHlSIIOiraiUOAXIOSI Ilnilanall I rai llntlanall ls, llavstlllt AcIU4i SM 11h.Ibii.c1 W "1 Aa.. , Aa. ijtaiau'alljLiiau'al Pkst'm su s m Sun a hi Sat . a, . la.llJ Itltla ( wit Hs a A INI a m w sw 10 II IU ji Tla hi tu Hi tW Wral Ua rt Ilia AtouuiUiUa rounff U H Juttuaaiia laUulnifliirl. llurlauail hawMarvniwria h Bl, lavulaaiiJ th arimliuliitf 1 Italia ui Umluaall TaU Una. II I'. Ahh)U,IfuralfllVflii'Ml. 8 DCDCrOT Muumnibhlk, lun flUiDI CTC 8 8 8 --iTinrno a njnrrvv 8 WWIM, IL.I1I-.a No. jlo O.L5UI.8 88 8a.Va-.---- (iltiKUw, Kf was lit vown amd vuvHrr. tir naniaun O A1IUI.I aad patent brnkei l'rlcei, iarladlas aurlBx aeat la 1- -1 V 3 3 ... -- iANO.1FAKNV0K.SALK. vn Ike ailleafruuiMauluiilBi-ISull-l akslritll-- O Wheeler Q D & WIST ,;, i "iassiutauisintrittiaa. Vakavaavktvvaa,av.a,w Howell, staau. a J - la $75 75 78 88 tM Far.., lualalulftt lilillT) 1W0 AllUJt. llua a llsaslua luik. la Umalu ivuati al-a aril walennl lls.lna dilerulwd U uu.e s ta Weal, Ibttrrtuf o unar- Iruni ' Ikt 4le uuj,l.lf.-.lAa I at lions SMlfruU, jw-l- f t7Molcie-0 WJUIITUiaV l.ll, alllil.eaUriialalalkt.al- -. JAb. O. 1I11VANT. aiaaa,,!, iaatille,a-- 4 Ouud ibllata l 4 deltTMlaed I OOOOOOOO DOODOOOOO Wilton Mfg. Co.O FOURTH tIStir, CI C1XXA Tl, O, O q A. A.ll.VltllhN AMIICAUhO.N &IIOIIDS, lla.l.Ln Kr STANJOKl). ... AliK.STW, KENTUCKY.