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The Interiqb Journal. VOLUME A VI'II.-NUiM- UER She inferior Journal. RATES OP ABVEKTIS1.MI. fUaaUf adfrtlltwfiwilHrvt amr ral to aay tlir rrapttaMa JVMlnMhotln-,t,lriilafiffllnAdrftllaing mwpnrlla. la lwMlfUtiMa. ... . .... AftkMitwm(aaiMarriaaauirfhaani 1'riinaf Inarrtod fn- -t of mat. fltrltairlM.TrlhatMAf fjiMfl. At.- - will. hMf tftfrtbarharft at tha ril of ttnlt rr llttf. n?aa i iv rtnia, ai nertToiorv. lM Ofiatiair.ono InafrtloiiMw.... A liWal tlfvloftltMilbrtirt. aaliwitttiitlnrtiltn - mMffa atthtwaaf tlsMH .. .. trr tlnfif( !. ono year- nneOpy.ftlx mmi(biw OHO ..ttw .1 i Jttm UN A4ffrlUlflf rilrtfrnliklitirlltttlfi. IVtrfMf. 22. ,nrlh Hntrm, liullnun, STANFORD, KY., FIUDAY, AUGUST .1 1, 1879. Jiiscn.UJiois. WHOLE NUMBER rnorrssinsit. : 38(1. In knowMirnl Iho titty ntrtleoltn sol OUR JOB OFFICK IS COMPLETE ? Jas rtistks It sr mmiotaiiinotiDiM. tl la tho SUIO. I'iiIIiiii'ii dwtt and 11m ntf, Ah Mr ltTf. Mr own. Ikeday teitear bent by frtd hft wllml When TImmi ar"fr NT U irrr Ifd with Utter moan will aneetitawn, Irtil rtn not tipper M II llt I law And lrB liMa-la- latitat I, mmhI raw, pttifha Ittlrtg ILe, aftte l.Httbrllal,lMaiH.gaawgrf!it will to Thf lonely dewdalbm and lay MMI. And I ben Why Why and then, ah about I I grndga weeing? aalneawn ether fieri, the mm anrteaaenf rtniMt I rrjnlre I In I In Iky heart fet ito will hfcirt again ohenfl aleeHrf? Nay Mil im prmMlok t wonld dao na l pon thy faint, mm vMtlJd iIhm la w. that beat aaoellmly hTel KM1lk II URN. And. llkt a mm) In lime thaw wilt forget two. Why tdtewM I Whytboubl tnrlhtllhM Wwer, thlatnlt afc will reaae to M Ml- - llh.lktd, Ihetwearlbly lleearakntl . tite i. qnk fc. Its -,r f 7ffiii ? MM M1iiVi uj left, mJ 'ijf -- light. ataa Jill W Inlti n wholes nlo grocery loro In lloaton, wnlkril n (all, inuscu Inr looking innn, cvlilontljr it frctli oniiT from wiiiio UtckvrooiW (own In Maine or Now llsiiiiilitrc. Accostd ing lliofint crtoii lio met, which to be llio merchant, he luked : "Vjii ilon't want lo hire n man in jour store, tin you t" "Will," aaM Iho incrclmnt, "I tl.m't I linn; what can you do?" "Do!" talil tho man; "I ralhcr guess lean lummy liaml to almott any thing what ilo you want done?" "Well, if I wm to hiro a man, It woulJ Im ooo that coulJ lift well, a strong, wiry frllow, one, for instance, that could shoulder a tack oi coflVe like that yonder, and carry it across the floor ami never lay It down." "Thcro now, captain," raid the countryman, "lint's just me. I cin lift any thing I hitch to; you can't suit mo heller. What will you giro a man that will tint jouf "I'll tell you," laid tho merchant; "if you will ihouldrr the ack of cof-fr-o and carry it ncross the i tore twice and never lay It down, I will hire jou nyrarat $100 per month." "Done!" taiil Iho stranger, and hy lliit time every clerk in Iho ilnre had gathered nruiiud and wailing to join in Iho laugh agaimt tho man, who, Yran njji hit ihouldrr with perfect case, althu' extremely heavy, and walking wllh It twice across llm store, went quietly lo n largo lunik which w at fattened to ll,.qnl haugii(g it fuf turu'ul tli? to Iho merchant and Kiid . "There, now, it may hang there till 1 thall never lay it dswu. ilooiiwlay. What thall I go aUut, milter T Juit give me plenty to do, and $100 jer month, mid lit all right." The clerks broke into a laugh, and nhoumfitfeil, jft'JatiV thn fitl, kept hit agnxMiieut, and today the grriii countryman it the senior partner in the firm, ami it worth n miHimi dollars. .1 walkinupjujthertjfck, fjjtvt (J"5 wat In n Tollman "sleeper," Albany and Itu(Tlj. Among tho misengers were a middie-ngei- l couple, evidently on their first jour' ney, and a unnr fared old maid, rather dedicated in her general cfieet, who was traveling alone. The couple had an upper lierlh, and the "maiden well stricken in years" the upper lierlh in the adjourning section. In the Mine cat were a couple.nf frnliemiao ynutlio. ready fir any Wirt of iniwhief, lied time came, nnd all hands retired. Hut the husband could not sleep. Wheth er It wat because of the motion of the car, thnnoiroor the novelty of the situation, he could not tell, but try at At he would, bo could not sleep. lencth it occurred to him that he wat it he' Ihoflghi tflVfyfi 1 ho tliorniJrelhlrHy ho gof. Irfe ho call- cd tho porter, who brought the ladder and helped hlni down. Now, while he wat gono for tho water, one of the Imys tfepped out nf bed nnd shifted the ladder so that it rested against the berth in which the ancient maiden wat sleeping, and then returned to hit bed to note the result. In a moment or two tho hiuliand returned, nnd crept quietly up the itcnt, anxious to make at liltlo nolso at possible, so as not to awaken his wife. The occupant of the berth, thus rudely intruded upon, awoke with a start, and screamed. The husband, supposing it to be hit wife, tried to reassure her and said, "It is only inc." "Only you you old scoundrel I" said the venerable roaiJcn, "III teach you n lesson 1" nnd with that she seizcddiim by the hair of the head and cried for help. Then he honied with pain. Then his wife, awakened by the noise, discovered where her husband was, and raised her voice in lamentation, heaping reproaches upon her faithless spouse. Then tho passengers all got up and demanded an explanation of the commotion, nnd foremest among them wai the wretch who had caused it all. Then the husband, covered with con- fuidan.and unable to account for what ho had done, climbed down from his torch nnd slunk away Jo bed, where iCt, soundly lectured! for Jiis faith- leanest. Altogether, it wat a most uncomfortable, though ludicrout situ ation, arid the glances of defiance that were exchanged between the wife nnd the old maid all llirongh the next day were a study. Tho cause of all the trouble leaked nut, but it new reached tbV.nir rf tWlolrieflrlaihtled It fir Inrhtcitt. Ntircrmtfitt We ht 2.1nn, 1879. Tho greatest yield of wheat Ihtt year ever known la Indiana, rnnging from 28 In .10 hutheli per acre. Samuel Williams, n young blood, cuminitled an niwault ami battery on the iierson of Dr. W. W. Kendall, last November, and wat arrested by 'Hquiro Hnwdrr, but aoon after made good hit escape, went to Missouri, hut returned li GreeneMtle, Ind., the lost of May, wat put in jtil, nnd wm tried at the Juno term of Hendricks Circuit Court, nnd sentenced tn thirty dayt in the county jail, and ti pay ITiO. 'ibis Iho xmiing man could not di). Hn ho petitioned Iho Old liluc Governor fir n pardon. when Jeans agreed In release one-haltho tt)er 'wit i.jid; ttkU ill.frl p"il( was pah! yesferifay, nnd now Riniuel brenthet tho free air ngaln, we hnpo n wiser and lictter man. Decatur and The Indianajiolis, Bpringfiehl It. It, It being built thro this place, and It progressing finely. The contractor for most of the heavy work it located here, with n lot of Irish paddict and tome country teams. I notice Motet Kecney hero with ten mule teams, and Levi 1'enington with eighteen mule learnt. They tnako business lively, especially after night. Wo had a little knock down on tho railroad yesterday, between a section Ixst and a teamster, iu which tho teamster came oil second best, but came and filed bit affidavit and lind the boss arrested nnd tried lieforo Squire Sowder. Fine, 1 and costs, amounting to t9, this the boss paid nnd went on with hit work. No whisky can bo had here, so wo have no drunken rows. There never hat been a resident neI see one from gro iu this township. Louisville, here, driving a leant. He is almost a show. I seo from your Mt. Vernon correspondence, n notice of the death of iittlo Klmcr Itamsey, of London. Well do wo remember him 'as the little drummer boy. When hit parents wero fugitives from Gen. Zollicofer't army, and wat staying nt my hnue, little Klmcr would como to the table and lieat n tattoo on the bottom of his Wo extend our sympathy to plate. his lierenved mother. July iitrrntar miff r. , .MiLTj.f Sownnt. 711 Mhimlnrmm .Trii ri itll. The New York papers frequently byW lit rH-MI lie Jlev. .1. rt. Anderson r-- ri I' raJphnquQ..oh.tfWm .''(I oCjdL'disrruined merchtutl notMMic brllftllVilhir-'lbaW- . "They go down." liutouco in awhile they come tn the surface again. This wot the.cjjfl. nijIionoXdvtard lentigo, once a member of the Stock Exchange, ami of excellent character. Ho went down, and when he came up it ivaijj on n charge of itcnling.tvvcnly-fiv- e cents urider the meanest circum stances. Now, It it quito probable that Mr. Ensign, when n stock bro ker, had stolen n great deal mora than twenty-fivcents, but tho thefts wcro committed in n legal Wiy that say, in a way recognized on tho Stock Exchange-- , nnd th4 transactions were w?t down to tho credit of business tact, and helped to build up his excellent cfcnts character. To Bleat twenty-fiv- e after ho had fallen as a stock broker it against tho btyr, and Mr. Ensign will havo to undergo discipline on resigned hit pastorate of the Methodist Church Charles Oil)' Iowa, without nppa- rent reason, ami mysteriously du.in-fcaiii- lf leaylngluf ife anil cTiildrsn behind. Jin. Hayes, wifeof n church trustee, had previously gone nway, ostensibly to visit relatives, and her reo- lay wat strangely prolonged, plo remembered that the ilergymau and Winter. Uayea hail becji Jtwy lo ench other, nnd it was noon surmised that ihey had eloped. They Hero traced to wheio they had estab-lished n homo for ' tiiemselvet under assumitl names. Anderson had deci ded to change his profession to that of medicine, which bu liivl ttuilinl. Tho pair was arrested,' nnd In tho no- man's trunk wcro letters written uy tho clergyman before tho elopement. One passage was ns follows : "Oh, but I did liavo such n sweet dream of you last night I I could feel your kiss, and oh, how good it did feel; nnd I awoke to find it only a dream. I got up, knelt down, nnd in deep earnestness asked our Father to tuako you sleep sweetly." In another letter he tells Bister Uayct how ho had just In formed his wife that ho no longer added : "Oh, my precious jewel, how I do with I could bo with you to day, and bold you in my arrat nnd carWylumuVl ktssJycuj'ind feel your warm tweet lips applied to mine; but (iod bliss you I mut( cloio this letter amt preparo n sermon for next Sunday, Yourt, with love and kistcs. MS Milk. fe JtaLr isirs A writer la tho Southern tamer rays that hit cows give all tho milk that It wanted in a family of eight, and that from it, after taking all that is required for other purposes, 1!G0 pounds of butter was made last year. This is, ii part, Ids treatment of tho cow : If you detire io get a large yield of rich milk, give your cowi evfryiday, .water slightly war ih and slightly tailed, in which bran hat been stirred at the rate of one quart to two gallons of water. You will find, if you have not tried this daily practice, that your cows will give twenty-fivier cent, more milk, under tho effccti of it, mid the will become mt attached to the diet at tu refuse tu drink clear water unluu very thirsty. Hut this nuts they will drink almost any time nnd ntk fur more. The amount of this drink necessary it an ordinary water pail full at a time, moruiug, noon, and at night. I at Ulica Observer. Slrnnur l7irUiiritaii. Wc aro iuforuieil that n genlleniaii residing in Waklill.i rbtnlty, by the name of Cox, who is cultivating a small farm, uxui arising ouo morning last week, wm surprueil to find that during tho night his residence had been changed Trom a region where water jcould notttecu nnl'nuM'itii-nto- l im llio bonier of a lake. Wiien ho retired on thoevcutng Ufore, hit lioiuo was furnwnv from any jmiiiJ, lako or river, but upon going out next ckn tie Iniain-rl- , morning, hit turpr when, instead of his garden, an immense sink, fifty or sixty yards square, filled with water, running up Ito e!glitcn ortvxiity Ktl th hli his gaze. During tho night this' transformation occurred, leaving not even a vestige of tho tallest pine tree which were standing In their (utl, ni'ajesly ouly twulvo hours leforc. These sink, uoeYrj nro not inficpjeiit in that country. It hat ouly been n short llnio since that a sink occurred near lavender's Mill, more remarkable inau the one alWied to uIkivo, in that it occurred upon thn veryilop ofaliill-ion- o orthehlhcst polntl of (arid iu Jlmt'eouuTryTJTab lahuteo Kloridi.in. .lit luifmmlblllltl, "Theio ere two nien got into a fight in front of tho store said a North end man at the supper table, "and I tell you It looked pretty hard fir one of them. Tho bigger one grVhJ)nf ar stako. and dr.OjVJl wllbiii- residence, met llr lllackwclr Island. JNirrrfy iif Jlrrrfirri(tiir. Tho loor man is tho most extravagant man. His cxtravagauce also helps to keep him poor. Tho rich man is economical. Ho can aflord lo be. Ikonomy it a luxury beyond the reach of the poor. A poor family pays for coal, butter, tea, sugar, codec, to a hun flour, etc., from twenty-fivdred per cent, ruoro than tho same quantity and quality of tuch nrticles woulJ cost a family in enty circumstances The one buyt in small quantities fa small dealers, paying tho profit ot two or three transfer. Tho other buys in largo quantities when prices aro lowest, and from wholesale dealers. Tho costliest way of living it living from hand to mouth. It is one of the heaviest oi tho poor man's condition that he must buy at ho'can nnd where and how he 11 draw-back- s (tack. I IhougbLsuro Im wm going to knock Iho other's brains out, and I juuimxI in between them." The family had luteucd with rapt attention, and at the brad uscd in hit narrative, thojouug heir, whose rex poet fur his father's bravery was Immeasurable, proudly remarked t "lie couldn't knock any brains out of you, could he father t" Tho head of the family gazed long mid earnestly at the luir, as il tu.de-te- c t evidence of dawning humnrut, but at the youth continued with grtal innocence tn munch hit fourth tart, heguped and resumed hit uper. Itnckland Courier can, and have several profits made out of every pound of hit tea ami su gar, hit butter and hit flour, which profits he of course payt. m m A tempcrauoe reformer of promi ncuce iu Washington, makes tho yellow fever scourge a basis for n tern perance argument. He finds that the total deaths from yellow fever in the United States for the past ten yean it thousand, fourteen only tweuty-ou- e thousand or whom died last year- - In the tamo time, according to a careful and probably reasonable computation, 660,000 men have died from intem perance, ur at tho rale of C5,O00 This geutlgiusn proposes to quarantine agalust whisky at a more destructive destroyer than yellow-Jac- k Sir Henry ltencmer lint hod an experience that few Inventors nro allowed tn hnve, in living to too Iho worldwide results nf his Invention, nnd to the thread of their argument, but realiro the economy In rcwiurros which lose nil kitowlcdgo of what they aro has Ifon made poraihlo by its use. The talking about. I havesecn this ncciir, lowing machine nnd electric telegraph says a writer in one of our English have been labor saving in their fliect contemporaries, with many of our lo nn enormous extent, but with these most experienced orators. When it it would have hecu difficult for their happens they reiiett a few vsgno gen originators when nlive to estimate the erahzatinns until their thoughts como monetary value tn mankind of the back to them, nnd then they fall back discoveries. With Iho making, of again Into their speech. Thus their sleet, tho case, however, it different, temporary escapes de fur tho laving can bo figured down to tection, except by those who watch a nicely on every Ion made, and tho them very closely. An inexperiencannual product of tho various) riviliz- - ed 'Speaker, instead of doing this, rd countries it prttty accurately pauses, gets confused, fend sits down known. From data, thui collected, it in despair. Another great mistakoof is estimated that In labor and material budding speakers, and, indeed, nf the world it n gainer to the amount of many who nro in full bloom, is to (100,000,000 a year by using the tpeak too quickly. A person who llesscmer process in converting oro wishes to bo heard can hardly tpeak into steel. Or considered in another too slowly. Ho thould pronounce not way, tho advantage of n only each word, but every syllable of enduring material, tuch as Ikssemcr each word distinctly. Mr. Bright steel, when compared with iron, has once said that nothing had cost him been made a matter of calculation, at more troublo than to learn to tpeak far ns railroad tracks nro concerned, slowly. A clear, delibcrato utterance with tho following astonishing results: of every syllable, with pause to mark Mr. Price Williams, who it an expert the ttops at tho end of each sentence in matters of this kind, lint stated does not produce tho eflect of tedi that "by substituting steel for iron a outness, but the reverse. Scientific saving in expenditure will bo made American. during the life of ono set of steel rails An ArrAuna Cukse. Carefully on nil the existing lines in Great Brit ain of not less than (850,000,000. In prepared statistic show thai there are viow of these facts, says tho New York over C00,000 drunkards in the United Sim, if Sir Henry hat obtained in Slates, and that 70,000 die annually royalties the turn of $5,250,000, roost who go to the grave a drunkard. Evpersons will concede ho has. got no ery year 106,000 men and women aro sent to prison under the influence of more than ho deserves. intoxication, while 300 murders and Hilhm. 400 snicides occur from tho samo Uy the quiet fireside nt home, the cause. lira hundred thousand ortrue mother, in tho midst of her chil phans nre annually thrown upon the dren, is sowing, ns iu vaset of earth, charity of the world by this curse of tho seeds of plants tbnt shall tome intemperance. s of our time give to Heaven the fragranco of crime and not less than their blossoms, and whoso fruit bo ns of tho pauperism is tho immediate rerosary of angelic deeds and the no sult of whisky, nnd that at cost to tho blest offering that the can make thro' Government besides the individual the ever ascending nnd ever expand- want of no less than fCO.OOO.OOO ev ing souls of her children to her Ma N. Y. Mercantile. Jour. ery year. ker. Every word that the utters goes from heart to heart with the power of A clergyman at a Methodist camp which she little dreams. Solemn is meeting nt Iiucyrus, Ohio, prayed tho thought that every word that falls that God would kill one member of from her lips, every expression from every family in tho her countenance, even iu tho sheltered county. This excited the wrath of walk and retirement, mny have an tho tinners in tho congregation, nnd impression upon the old adult they tore down tho tent, whipped the around her, nnd form, ns it were, he minister, and would havo tarred nnd underlying strain of that education feathered him if lie had not fled. which pcoplet Heaven with that ce lestial being and gives to the white An engagement not mentioned in brow of the nngc), next to the grace the official reports from South Africa of (iod, ils crown of glory. was fought between a column of British troops and tome shadows. An Now that base ball and croquet are officer, teeing theso shadows moving at a low ebb, would not a working on a hill in tho moonlight, mistook match be n novelty and afiurd some them fur advancing Zulus, and artilleamusement to lookers-on- . ry was tct to work to disperse them; sing squads, for instance, might take but they held their ground. their position in nn oats field, fully A (own iu Western New York has equipped with all necessary implements, and then wade through the a woman undertaker. She complains grain unlit the last stalks would suc bitterly of the fickleness of tho oppo cumb. We would liko to bo n specta site sex. She says she used to be tor nnd report the remits nf tuch a qnite allelic, nnd bad scores of admirers, who declared that they wero contest. willing "to die for her," but tinco tho 1'ias. Young pigs may bo made commenced business, not one hat been ready for market, in 100 days if de nsgood as his word. sired, by good feeding. The sow should Ik) well fed with rich slop, to "Maniiun," remarked an interestforco a good flow of milk, and feeding ing infant of four, ''where do you go place for tho pigs should bo provided, when you diet" "One can't be quito in which they can get spare milk with certain, darling. How can mamma a little fiuo ground barley meat or tell? She has never died yet." "Yes; wheat middlings. American Agri- but haven't you studied geography J culturist. A Goon ItuO:. It is related of a "Why," asked n governess of her Kentish farmer that ho condensed his little charge, "do we pray God to give practical experience into this rule: bread T Why dou't we us our (Jail "Feed your land before it it hungry ask for four days, or fivo days, or n rest it before it it weary, and weed it week t" "IJccauso we want it fresh," before ftis foul.",, , t replied the ingenious child. The Chicago school teachers haven't "Woman is a delusion, madam," been paid for four mouths, and they exclaimed n crusty old bachelor to a nre licking an average of seven boys witty young lady. "And limn is al per day each. Free Press. They ways hugging tome delusion or other,' call licking tho boys "getting their was the quick retort. back pay. ': ?i.ri'i ;? k Tho dittiugushed Americans now In A damsel applied for a place be Europe are Parole, the tinner;'' Flan hind a counter. "What clerical expe Ian the sculler; Weston, the walker, rience have you had V asked the man andTulmage, tho talker. (New Ha- of dry goodt. "Very Iittlo," said tho, ven liegister. 'for I only joined the church last week.' m The man who habitually and reguA "cheap library'' of 100 Sunday. larly left tho door wida open nil win ter, is just learnjogto sjiyt, Ui light school books for children Iu rend it ' 1 P f now sold at the rate of tix pages for a every tiuie, fllrtk,ejre. cent, lliero are 15,000 pages, and Man it tho gudgeon womnn is the tho bill fur the whole lot is $20. Hue: her smile, the float; her kiss, the A crust of bread and contentment uau. I.OVO it 1110 1100K, Aim martherewith it better than a saucer of riage is the frying-pan- . ice cream with a sore tooth. Nine-tenthseven-eight- s n The-oppm Ail i'liMIr KiimUiiB. may perhaps bo of uso to those nnxious lo becomo orators, In know that from some cause or other nlmost nil speakers occasionally, not only loxo It tnmrn MBrcrnnr. J.M. B APTIT Bit. torirlh Hirer, I'artor. Urtfii--and m sWond aM Haihlara. mnrnlnc night. Vnjrt UrrUmt arrry Wrdn-la- y aflrr iwtnii, a ;ooi r,iitn roit rui.r. rtttil y ii. Miixnu, ATTOItNEY MiillniiKl Will In It In th Iirffcr Omlcmf IImjHhI IWk firm tontlllft AIManrnrd Inrnrtkft. tl U v.ll wtlvrM. hftftiSn yimnt wrhiril, thn in Oik!! m hlr, n.l 1l nrfslttv'f tHt I pw-- 1 ft TTt n -- j. AT LAW, HTANI'OIII), ItV. tmirts HassT(BtnHrnt. PnnsMy iVbOAlal 9M a. M. lLICltarrvw tv. iiai li;v millnlfr.HU. Kj iWl rf M 11,1, Jlrml ,.1 an .lUnlnc at lifflro la WonhlpWtha GHIt!TIAlf rlar. rrMfhlnaha fnnrntlltn 1 Jm IuIIais lint and Thtrd 1rr'u day Pnnday MkwI Joa, ftfTfratira, IVJJW ESTABLISHMENT I TAIL0RIN0 t iSiT I R A IU V. IIOCKKIt, ltl ptlnTTFRlAK,V)UTM.-llarand "- rniwrlnttfidtn J n im, r- mornlncand nlhi rrarrf MrtlonThnmlar nlthta. Kunslar ttrbonl M J n, Pliaa, Tit irr iiodist, wUTi!.-n- ar. lil. lor tvrlmtrrry Sntvlay ttwivr. mnfrrmrfilt lftfn fall lint f itntKii in runittru, MriTiiant juiorhi pom ttiialntisai In thildMathrtir fl in J. on th Ulh of AUfutt. ttnltiiin will lft Ink imllre inftl ATTORNEYS AT LAW, M'J.'AIVI-'Itl, .J pimuri nstFTHirni ana nit;ni wm tini Unlow fntday rVbnnl at A rmninirnofns, union i rayrr M1la". Wadnea.lay alghta, Third iHuaJtyf, im.-- 1 1CV. m UMI Oroixrlown. Kf Ot&n mn UtAHiM LjlViSlor. PnwnYTFRIAS.NOItTII.-I.ar.huodaya. morning aad night. O 1 Aarii and sVaitrth 0ASEY CO. STOOK WILL nE FAIR a S. MYKIW, LOUISVHXK TwMlta-ntaf- b m:r,i muk Miir.iiTY, it v. ATTORNEY AT LAW, On FEXALK .SKHIXAKK TbnnJar, FrMr thlnlurvlif, OOlre H'l'AIVIOlll), wllh JaJe TLIIIm In 1CV. th rnHrt.tiMMM Aktinat fUtktbtn August 14th, 15th & 16th, 1079. A Fur MIIKIt.ll, LIST Of rKKMlUMH. program-nt-f- 4th InSfrltMnlwf.iro. hew ATrnaa. ItAtant rati--a dr nunda. Th cow ra of at ad y tborooch and ramprbfiilT Fin opportanlty tut Ullatbtnlr, Mn.lt?. lifntlnr. Ai For partlculara, addrm HHS. W. II. JVnl.lt. IWi-- tf LouliTlllt, Ky hrlnI.I Mah.I T. W.VA1UC01C. WALLACE K.VARN0N. l tnd other Inf orinillon, sJJrns llu.tontlllr, .vn Kr. Or Dr V O. uitir, Kf- T. St. YOUSO, m v. & w. a vaiinon, ATtORNEYS AT LAW, N'l'ANVOltll, OAr In Court Sqair. WESTERN FEMALE SEMINARY, OXTOBD, OHIO. - 1CV. Crab Orchard Springs, Iiy. TERMS SfnJ M ctUUf 110 to HISS HELEN rEADODT, rrisdpil. Alt. Ilolyolco XMnn. Th2SthTMrwin nniMOM RmI1t 3.1. isi Boord, Inltfcmi Iwl tod lljlili, per unuu 8170 QAM. M. 11UUDE1T, EMINENCE, KY., COLLEGE f S14 PER WEEK. -o- iti (. $45 PER MONTH. This bemtiful and health-givin- g resort, with increased attractions, is sow open and prepared to accommodate guests in superior style, and no effort willbe spared to add to their enjoyment or comfort. Tbltnocular Instltatlon will onsri III third rSfioo Brp. I, f tOO will rT ill pf npet of bonrdlof, WMhinj, lllt, futfl tDsl tuition In the VX2IINON', ICV tolbf prttT, lot Iro moatht, nil IW will pty (ramlit rnparatorr DrputoiMt. Vocal ihu ielrw. ThCsWallr linuiltttiDf In th Wttl Will tiru-tlhi. timfasaL... Im ITAa.tl .&! aTul for MUtogM. JlVt W.tf.OILTNr.lL feljolnlng roanttra noj In lh ftourt of Arpesls. l?m la collocllonf. StUI ATTORN EY AT LAW, rr Xali 4 rMi1fi. Tnlr. atI . DAUGHTERS COLLEGE, IlarrodabarE. Kyrt For tho higher education of ladle; axpertcnerd taachcralaavcrr dVnartnianti lalsnraiarv. muMam and library freely uaed by tba itndentt: a tteautu ful houaratber than a boardlna Immusm im oihll.l tlona or paradca, a acboot without 'abiui or rraiu HTA-rfVUlllICY. Terrna Tery reaaonalda for lit per tor aJfaniigr-- i in niii Hlflrit rrorlTM hit Mrchlnlrsl Appittlul. tl IStb. tsrsnt (i a wcniroiru Annual pomion iTeal An excellent Memphis Band is engaged, nov HWt J SO. AUG. WILLIAM. prf jitrr,! to do work In .Terr Winch or his and, in addition to the dance oyery even- bull Tllirril UrloJ GEORGETOIVX ing, a series of magnificent balls will be In tho incot BtiproTtnl itrjo. given dnrinjr the season. TEE K. HUFFMAN, SURGEON DENTIST, AiiiinriAi, FEMALE SEMINARY, FOUNDED The water, the drives, the promenades and tne fare are all that conld be desired, and a visitor will not want for employment or amusement. A liberal discount to the citizens of Lin coln Oonnty. Mar SO, 1S79.-3- IN 1848. rrinrlpal ST.ASAPHIIOTEL, STANFORD KY. Tha next arholsullA tmp Atspnti on tha tint Unn. day la tVptember. lift. For eaudniri). addrcaa ai ueorgeiown. j. j. uilkuc, SS.V41 SHELIIYriLLG, KVM FEMALE TIIOS.IUCHAltDSJWr, OPENED TO THE FUSLIC COLLEGE, rVO.90; IU I. N. t:i FOUNDED 40 YEARS AGO. I ealthT location: tea Inatruetora: tilth alindard of arboUrahlp: flrmandaviteroallcdlarlpllne; ttral Hoard and tullloo, fl?e adfantaceaallowrotterua. IN. Uinacrr NTAJSTJFOKI nontbi, FES. 22nd, 1B73 muaic, fivo montba. In advance, fH7JUt. I or rata 885-logue. addreaa W II HTlTAKT.lYIn In adranco, lnardf tullloa and Marble Works. OHRIST-OHURO- H PARE, $2.00 PERDAY. CENTRALLY LOCATED. Hiiudlnl AooomniodntluniiAr- Lexington, - Kentucky. Tha Rev. Thomaa A. TIJImII. II. Tl . Krlar A Church boarding and day arbnol fur air K Tito liirtatuiaj terra of year Crglnabft"-teuiber1879. Kaetlrrulara, addrswa inwt Misa iibLivn UiuiTL, trinriioi sTrswTvftsLi&. rAnMDALB.FltANKLIN CO. OIJt mllltarjr srhonl In tho South writ. Ttlrtr. Uaueaco Trankferrod Fre of Charse. oun iwviwrwp.1. riK miwooutpi tnnxiwrl r. xor raisioKun,r..BdurrM SS5-- rordutl Cumiuurolnl TrnvoIurt. - KENTUCKY ' MILITARY rNSTITUTE, ADJUTANT G. G. WINE & CO., Proprietors, m, J)HALLU3 IK MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. DURNSIDE, - OIXOIMVAXI LAW SCHOOL. Foreigir& 'Domestic Marbles ANiimua ok MONUMENTS, . Propr. TOMBSTONES, ETC. Tho 471b Annual Tcriu of this School bccliiH Oct. 1, 1S7U, mill roiitliiucriTiuoulbN. 'X'crniN: MIWI lftt Tear. 830 2(1 Tear, lor I'm. nloEiieorclrciilnr,ntIilrcHHiIio 11U1XN lilAU. iseau, s inrinitNii. ir. wm A tfchool for Olrla, Marblo Work of alt kinds noatly oxecutoa. ino worK, low pn-cand fair dealing. Ordors from a distanco promptly attended to. Satisfaction guarantood. i This Old and Woll - Knowu Uotol Still Maintains its Iligh Koputatlon, ANP (jhelbyrllle, Ky Founded In 1825 Lancaster St., Opp, Jail, Stanford, Ky, Its Froprietor is Determined that it shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Guests. BllESf "III rosiirrd Is int frtm tkl oipol rroMMoastioi. in irro I rnorfr. to oMMtrrlil Trsr tlon. Tho lltr will ho otwojo iipUi! with tho rholftit An otrtlliit LlTtrf llsttMhiL itfTenuy purrnaapa iy T. rofnler tad I'ror. T. IK Jordan. Will to eonltaued aa a achoul for tba blcber edu tat ton or glrla, and wilt bo made. In arrry rrict a SraKlatja inatltutloa. For rlrralari. cvnlalnlng leriua, 4c, addrraa I'UtNTtUA Jt)l.HA sny.ia enriuyTiiie, Ky bj Mrs. Julia A. Tevis. Ut.W. kiatij EK.ISTUS Kor 13 CclJags f . You; Ladies, IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT PcwoeVallrr.Kr ROWLET.-U- 1)., 1'roslJoiit, CuIItep tfin rmlJrnl ii llaw MtwAIUl.r,Iul. ol Po Iiife Assurance The Equitable Lift) Assurance Society of the United States makes the fol lowing; announcement to the public: The dissatisfaction which prevails In RAMS. , for wl hy fnmCoUwoU yttrllnfl purs ntira 10J lUuu. UfJ luiuriM UhUMJUufonl, Ky, Tborougti-brv- Thli loitltutlon. riorvmlxM. wilt on WeJocwJsr, ber. 17. Tvrius roiunt U rrut rruui 7Mr. Ueit frlronusra will r oaerl mioruMiion vr rirruur, o,i,irrM iu ruriunorr su-tBtV. hBASTUa UOHU.Y frnUral, l lut mel pr V FA1K3I 1 Olt SATii: 108 ACRES OP LAND 13 ! STAXFOICl MAIE SEMINAKY. Mon throughout tho cotutuiiulty regard period. Since fly time has come, tho Nqw will bo I'on-rUc- ly 1. 'Ibo IVmfs says! (he Society for Orleans uutl clearly twpn-eutc- d. The pen may be driven, but the (.'oiiliiliiliieoiilyiiiu-liproilMioiipencil does best when it it lead. tho Suppression of Profanity has lo proltt-- t llio it h nro 11 Boston Transcript. operation!. pollrj.lioiucrx. roiiri-MilouB. 'Ihouboiv will hi'i-THru- -i enure lo Iho Europe tends poor people t this It is good to dwell in amity, though of nil nollclcH ulraulv bcnelll Ihmiii-i- I country tu earn money, while Ameri it Is amity hard to do with sonio peo hhiI In forco nflcr three yeur-trout uicir uni.-- ropci'lls viy. ca sends rich fouls to Europe to spend ple. theirs. A noisy fellow anuoyi a fellow. A pistol is uot half so dangerous wlita lbs owner it uot loaded. blbfl bMJfr, tb Urui w wblrb th UitAdiw tViw JIM pmnmsa, altuaUti la Ua I iauii lately oo lb turn cola LHinlytaudlyli( plk ruid lN4lDg from btanlurd to 8vuirrMit( br uiilra iruut tha lurutar lua, aod la rmd ocUb bja burboud. cuuTMilctit tu aod loll-lfWill bo IllltllU III ruutiloa ibout iw AcrncbunMo, 1 aod H.biMU. Land WITH A rULL CORPS 01' TEAOUERa of Land. Tba roiitcttliible) iiflt-- r llircu js-itr. ia sraat. aua i m a biQ aula of I Dftuiy au ruUlratlua. lb with ntvr fall lhl Utlltulhiii will ovn iroui urtliimry policy will (itj aiMl Usisd4ut aUsck waUr, Tba UiMlUtf la lu 2. ITS TENTH SESSION, for u dcllnllo hiirrcn-leriiilii- it Kuud rralr Iba liiiprofvimwata cwwUtof a larva aitdnHuwudbMtalli-UUvvlllaf. coalalulac lgbt In Utf tMu aud two hilla, Tba uara tad uuVImhi ON Till ttoud. A tilHislid urcbud oa bbvr. In policy UlorlVIU-t- l ill- - MaratbUUotMbf ibaaMMidcalraU lbbriua la tba IhI, yciim irotti iin tiuio. i:miu:k,m. Iwuuty itLJitMtia. Wi wlllalad. altba aaiuatluia smi mo.miav i. policy will aud a Urea quaintly of 3. i:ucli Ton n dcllnllo. (iiirrontler- - blot, a and iv(SMaUilngUaUilMbditfid mUw, ALU TUB IIIUM'llbH Or" A 19 brad win (aula, tiu.it-il- f (NU of Willi III ItlllU III I UllkCwWB. witblalt-a- : yTUl.iiCs tbutr. about 2UULtd bvutd of Iho 'J'on-lin- o (Higlt brvdantlirada CoUwold hliMi 10 d ft THOROUGH EN0LISII C0UHSE ilnswitl lit lite Ml to lb to onerous conditions contained In llfo assurance contracts and the Judlclalde clslons based thereon, together with the public Indorsement of the liberal usages of Ibis Society, as shown by lit largely Increased buslne,liasled the management to seriously consider whether tho contract could not bo ttniplllled and certaiu conditions erased therefrom which hare been the subject of much criticism and misconception. After a careful examination of the experience of some of the best Couina ules In (Ireat llrltaln, who hare shown a greater liberality than lias been cus tomary Iu this country, this Society feelt Justified Iu adopting a form of contract In which the following Import ant concessions are made to policy-hol- d ers throughout the United States. NOW by OFFLUED FOIt SALC ATA BARGAIN ibt uuarrsitius Mia una U iuux si;t ib isool of water on It, n4 In ta Hli to emli-tln- f dllloa totbiot. ibtrwUi well of w Bn wttrr ai tliere brouuty,tltua(a In lb yanl. Tbt i awtuiDsjit new, wun an niouvrn inproTrueaia, btflDg alu rouui, dr. .'noai Jclrlnir to i'OU tL&l()N Oi' TWLNTY II ELKS. la lh urretutilo buslwM. rouUt Hiit ia bttler, tjrlng ou Klr.t ultUwrll ItuattrJ U tbit fit 00 luiiairouDiaaiura. ou ina tTsuuriDini iikv. Sotsml (InJo . 11 w IJI-ZMM. fltHlM.K, . !0 ou Itlcbiuooa Juuciloa. ky Thlra tlraJo. All hills iluo si Ibo c4 el MroaJ muoth. First Session will begin i isr.muic.iss9 day, Sep. 8, 1879. xvuiiaiH "l- I, PUBLIC SALE OK LAND, STOCK AND CROP! U order to rlstthirtDeribp viUllag tb unlnlKuHl( w wltl, OX IHUILSlur. 0CT00KR I'lluii' brta im niiiiJAnud ninH,A. 2t 1870, Stanford Female College. bTthrvo yosnet. rwSM in Kirtical Khiwli ol lutllkuo. bclal BIlMtltuH (.1 io stuJeuli In Lotln, tlrvvk aiwl tltruuii Nil i.i lion (uiruiUwJ B ThtrrtncirallismiuUrCliMlrolflriJiMlt KrodftJ tchr , u i ; stanfoiid; ky. I. iiiriruuie. Jjicli lirothln IhchioIIic tor inrt' line roiitulu - m:ii vr, W uic Tba imp youK ioUusht,a wrll m (uttiUtatf ISKltaftflWtt Iu bvld, 4uw but. elattf Whaatta lartja M of Hay Iu fail, LAMOUAUIOtl. tblaii grvwatlra farm AUa all I ha Vauulu.j MUUIO. TUE INU ANU iuitru.uia. uwiaiiHfwi a ww Mtiarr, nag"1 llwwa, Hwut At, aud a u ltugsiy iiu(Mtuii mwim, auivuBiuuiaaHaair U. kf i 1UIAW lbtunbata ItOK MWI & I.Y0N, Hmmgcra. DUSYIU.t, KY hu. 1,1 Wnl U.U SU..I, uutiuf ratdi Iu baift. b itMaaludr rvjual lulaluu-ula- . Uouaaitd iwa num. at lb (at ul t ( vviii lru.4 d y f Mia. Tba Imii: iba U U atWIag. aitd l tSSIolMMi In Tolllooi raw kv4 lull Jan 1, iaj. 1 b .m a and i.suUr iHiwriwrouk lllwrr, ImImimi (rut will UiawU w lumltl oftbirv itMUilba Wt all 4r, l1riaWl. IW, aaj tUhttala. SMI, tuuMwt tra tkJUraaad vtrr) uutWr Ibat awuH-aab Iw baud tint-ttMtt uuda bifwlUb- -t u4 - Itautt td Maultrd la Va( lull rtl aUn, as lo 1WJ, it.. a4J, IViavtut-vwitu- a iwluukatiba Utm lit Ut at rvMsiuiudwlrd by talllua uu tba uudr4a'ud HIM. N. '. IrllllllMKI', ManlMl. liuala IV.. Xj JulyW, Sut A. H. A K, T. ftoM'U. li f tn TlillJIH JIDIIIJIIATI.. "( in t lbki ;. l'rlurlil, y waaM &lie interior 3otininl. 0TANPOBD, KY. Friday Morning, August H-- 1, 1879. . r. WAt.TOX, BKMeCRATlC TICKET. JM'isr ron ciovriwon, JiWA'A' V. ULACKliVnS, DUerersoaOMSly. FOR t.TOOVrRHOIt, .M.VES Ol Beotl CAST1U1.U Osaaly. rOU ATTUBHKT (IKNrnAt, to those he rosy rot dodge, what nMH ranee hsve you that he will vote lliB way ho now promises you T lanyml trust a man who calls himself a Dem ocrat and refuses to vote tho Demo cratic ticket nt G elections out of 7, vis: 187C, 1877 and 1872, 1873, 187-1- , 1878, tn this man has done, and who would doubtless bavo refused nl the seventh one in 1870 If tho Democrat had hail opposition f We deny that he is worthy to be classed, cither na a It would Democrat or Republican. 1m) an Intuit to cither party to so class him. No is a political pirato of the lowest type, and should be so regarded and treated by all honest men of all Bonnttt appeals for sympathy ! cause alt the lawyers are against him, and somonre Inconsiderate enough to think him entitled to It. What would people of other occupations think, If all tho farmers wero against Mr, Gooch 7 For ottrself, wo would come to tho conclusion that thcro Is something rotten In him. Tho lawyers know ItoliMtt. hand. All of the surrounding (owns lent willing feet In grsre Soth nroulnns. Sev eral of our yonng people went on Friday night to Crab Orchard to the Governors' Bell, hnt fonnd that It had been postponed till alter the election, so they danced with out the high officials. W don", of Pine Hill, wtt arrested Monday, on a warrant Issued by Judge McClnre, cnsrglng hlni with selling liquor contrary to tire provisions of the Io cs! Slatnte for this county. He gave ball In the snm of $100 for his appearance at the trial, which It set for Saturday next, lt J A CARD TO THE PUBLIC. In tlow of the advancing ronton and fn accordance with special Instructions from Head Quarters, and In order to make sure of rinsing nut our Immense Ifno of akiit xoti;k. Plates Senator, TtoMAV. John son, of Arkansas, a former Kentneklan, ilie.1 A Ihls week. if. harms, OlllHM CMtf ron auditor, Wl'nTAWKIKATT, i. Of llsnlla Yaly. ItlR TRnisusrn, .MAMS H'. wta; OfmatllaCwaly. TORMJIT. TtJBUC INSTUCTIIIS. par Ui. Tub Constitution of Kentucky neeJt a thorough revision. Tho tlavery clause being a dead letter, should !k taken out; the law In regard to the judiciary needs many and Important changes; the power of tho peoplo to load themselves down with bonded debts that they can never pay, should Iks modified; local legislation should be given in tho County Court, and sessions of the Legislature every four rears would bo amply sufficient. Klec- tions occur too often now, and if, in stead of every year, they were fixeJ for CTery two or four years, a saving to the State would bo made of from 130,000 to $40,000 a year. There are numerous other reasons, but tho above aro enough to induce every thinking man to cast his rote in faror of call log a Convention. It is not n party question, as tioth tho Democratic and Republican Conventions declared in faror of it. A majority of all the vo ters In the Stale is necessary to carry the Convention, and wo would urge on every man to cast his vote in us faror. A failure to vote counts against tho Convention. rise In the Oldo Utter set bushels of wlieat afloat, 4.702,000 of which are for Louisville. McMahnn A (Irrtn, experienced ami ca. palle contractors, an- - vigorously pushing tlieiil the Itif Handy It. It, Hrld, near Ashland. A gspof only 73 miles of track remains laid on the C. 8, It. It, and It la In I thought that trains will I running front Cincinnati In Chattanooga by the SOth ol November. A sere r rain storm, doing thousands i.f dollars of damage In the nil regions of Pennsylvania, occurred on Saturday last. Tli business portion of Pftrotla was swept away nnd ndlrsof railroad track destroyed. Henry T. Noel and W. McKee Dnncsn pnrehaed at the sale of the late Fiimess Mention's Isnd a trad of M seres on the Stanford tnrnplke. This they sold to the County Court for the erection of a new Poor House, for the snm of $2,1509, tsklng $2,200 In cash and the old Poor House lands for the balance. Mr. A. C. Robin' son, whose prosperous farm adjoins said W seres, felt unwilling to submit to the nuisance of such a building almost at bis door; he therefore the land of the County Court, paying o00ln cash, the court, with the consent of Messrs, Noel sad Duncan, taking back the origin al fpor House lands. Tliey were the more willingly prompted to the exchange from the fact that a majority of the officer fear ed that the new tract was not Urge enough to make the Institntlon JOS. llKSllA riCKKTT, ik nwiir rrtt V. '. This Is s goo 1 rear for newspapers, their Oiler these Good In the cash buyers of Lincoln ami surrounding Counties, at numWr 11 ng Increased In the United States from January to Julv, from 8,703 to FOR lUrRESENTATIVE FOR UMCMJC W., la lower P.153. The rate of suspensions than for several years for the correspond-In- g A"2M & OOOC. period. nm siirntrv or ukcolx cw, It Is aald that the negroes who Joined lbs s.ii.HAVaintAK. exodus to Kansas, hj the persuasion of deniRnMSTITLTIOMALCOMTUITIlUC, signing radicals, are longing to get home again, and all who can, are en route YES I hack. Kansas, they 6nd, Is not the harm KtYwrsf. than Inauguration prices. Itrmrmhcr that we have Imt ONE l'HICE aim) In every Instance SELL FOIt It was represented. Htbtllft who If there ho any Democrats The Court of Errors and A ppesls has reCASH; and each day's experience elves us a renewed admiration and better founded conviction of I he mutual think F. F. Dobbitt la a Democrat, or versed the decision of the lower court In advantages of this system to buyer and seller. Tho great panacea for this debt-riddeby w'ulo age, at coucludrd the rase of Mrs. Smith and her paramour, if there bo any Republican who think Itennett, who were to hare been hung last be any ho It a Republican, or if there awake and thoughtful minds, It to buy for cash and sell for rash In order to know your Income and then livr within Friday In Xew Jersey, for the murder of low figures. human being who thlnki he b any Its bounds, and In tho nrar future will dawn upon our people an era of prosperity unnirjwssc.1 by any country on About the year 1967 John C. McCcrmtck Mrs. Smith's husband. Hon. Thomas Turner, Judge C W. Cook thing politically, let them Inipcct hi The Boyle County Fair com- and his wife, Angelina, daughter of Wen. ami John D. White, swk here last Mon- earth. FAtns. record, which wo hero subjoin : mences next Wednesday, and continues Moods, made sale to O. A. Lackey, of In 1872, when there was a hot conWe would have our frlcndt to know that we gratefully appreciate the flattering encouragement extended us to the Ronnrrr boasts that ho will not de three days. The Casey Connlr Fair holds Lincoln county, of 130 arret of land at $$0 day, to the largest crowd we ever taw assembled In the Court-HoueIt waa a tent in tho county between W. O. fend men charged with murder, and three days, commencing on the Hih. The per acre, and thereafter aald McCovmark reguUrly political debate, present, ami they ran rest assured that the scale of LOW THICKS inaugurated by our home will l continuously Batimlers as the regular Democratic thereby makes a point with tho la W' Eminence Fair lakes place on the I2lli, conveyed to Lackey aald land. Deeds and the average voter got Ids Ideas terribly were executed and acknowledged before a maintained, and as we become more conversant with their special wants, every grade ami claw of Merrhandiao Jit In- loving and I3ih, 14th and 15th of August. nominee against J. F. EJm'uton, who aro crcd deputy clerk In the county, and delivered confused. Mr. Cook, the Oreenback candependent, for Sheriff, and a contest ulous enough to believe him. It turns Tl e Mayor of Center Totnt, Iowa, tele- to the chief clerk for record. Of this land didate for Governor, opened the discussion line will be furnished and told to them at prices entirely uuapproachable on the part of houses doing a'genrral and In this Appellate District for Judge of out,bowever,that the reason ho does not graphs to D.J. Plunked, President of Ih McCormark retained about 34 acres, on la a speech of an hour ami a half. In which Indiscriminate credit business. tho Court of Appeals between W. S. is not from conscientious motives, but Sanitary Council of the Mississippi Val- which he erected a handsome residence he declared himself In favor of an Irre- ley i "The report sent abroad of our hav- and other vatnable Improvements, and deemableeurrency ami tried to convince What we ask is simply this : Stand by in to the close of the year, and we guarantee to usher ymi Into 1WW, with Prjor, Democrat, and J. W. Menrica, because no nue is fool enough to employ ing Cli.lera at this point. Is entirely false. conveyed the residence to his daughter, an every body that they way to get rich was Independent, Mr. Bobbin eatt no tote. him. After making a big blow here We have a number of eases of by dreamt of unfathomadysentery, only child. The wife died, and then the to make him (luveinor. He was followed wtll clad families, plethoric pocket books, and to put ymi to rent upon pillows, undislurls-In 1873, when Tate was the Demo- for the prosecution In tho trial of Sam proving fatal only among children In their daughter. Upon their death the heirs of by Mr. While, who went through the usual ble store bills, sheriff rales, and all these kindred woes. cratic nominee for State Treasurer, Holmes, he went to John Holmes, 6rst anil second summer." form of abusing Kentncky and Kentnck-laithe daughter Instituted suit against Study ban! to know tho comparative value of goods, have the moral courage to Investigate the markets thorough especially the rebel Democracy. and T. W. Varnon was tho nominee brother of Sam, and told him that for Judge Harris, a He for the land. The land had been Magistrate ol the party for State Senator, and a small feo ho would appear nt Sotn of Newport, has lwn arrested, charged conveyed by Wm. Woods to hit danghter, waved the bloody shirt with vigor, but ex ly; estimate seriously tho real worth of one year's loan of a dollar. Nolo accurately the astounding usury charged cited little or no enthusiasm. was opposed by Alex. Saecd, runuing erect for tho defense. Mr. Holmes with the henlous crime of rape on a little Angelina, In whom the legal title waa vest speeches here have never soundedWhile's very you for six months' indulgence on tbe part of the accommodating (?) time merchant, and awake at once front the as an Independent candidate, Mr. Bob- spurned his offer, nnd that's why Mr, girl of eleven rears, and held In $10,000 ed. The claims of the plaintiffs In the ac large since Ju Jge M. CSaufiey, of your for his appearance at the Circuit Court. tion wat based upon the Imperfect record bin eatt no vote. pointing you as unerringly to financial destruction at the magnetic nenlle lit the de. Bobbitt continued in the prosecution, town, chewed htm up In a political dit-- flattering delusion Harris is 60 years olj, and if the charge of the deed ami certificates thereon by the In 1874, when there was an election Is the man that would mako such an In word: Think serioutly, act sensibly, and al once abandon the old aud delusive credit system, (live over - cumon here In IS70. Mr. Turner waa tbe ran he proved, Ju Jge Lynch could come rlerk of the court. After a tedious liligtfor all county officers from County advance honest ? And do you wish to Hon the Supreme Court or the Bute ad' last speaker, and he made a very caracul. to the rescue very handsomely. telling speech. He showed the folly of the your downwanl course to poverty and want, and join the tanks of the lucky (f) few whose every ttep leads In luxury, Judge, down, including Magistrates, hare a dishonest man represent you n Judged that the conveyance by McCormack Hon. IllsnJ lUllard, who was appointed In looking for help any comfort also for Clerk of tho Court of Decide this Monday by voting for wife to Lackey did not divest the wife Urccnuacker and and and ease. Judge of the United Stales Court, at Louwhere but In the aocrew of the DemocratAppeals, Circuit Judge, Circuit Clerk Gooch a man who would scorn a isville, In 1801, which position he has fill- of title to the land, and awarded the land Come to see lit, and ret assured that no paint iim our trt shall bo spared to mako you supremely happy. plaintiffs In the action, subject to ic parly. He predicted that victory was to the and Commonwealth's Attorney, a full bribe, much leas court one. ed with honor since, died suddenly at his the life estate of McCormack therein. Oa perched upon our banners, and if we reTruly Yours, ticket or Democratic nominees being To rkduck tho Democratic majori home, Tuesday evening, of heart disease. Monday last McCormack purchased from mained united, we would triumphantly He was conscious of his approaching disin the field for these efliccs, and nearsuccessful parties their Interest in re electa Democratic President In 18.S0. Mr. ty in tho Stato and elect a few mem solution, and spoke to his wife of business the Turner' remarks were listened to with ly all ol them having opponents-t- wo bers to the Legislature arc the hopes matters, and the distribution of his prop mainder In the land for $2,000 and a deed close attention, itnd we think many Demoof them, the candidates for Cir was executed to him for same, by reason buoy the Radical candidates fur erty a few momenta before Ids death. that whereof he has become fully vested with crats who were wanJering after the money cuit Judge and Commonwealth's AtHtaawtkR, (iBuxratts. te. XIMCLLlllors. State offices. Should they succeed in Msjor Henry T. Stanton, editor of the the legal title. This case It suggestive of question, were led by him back into the torney, having regularly nominated this, Evans and tho balance of the Kentucky IVoswn, Is getting up a book the Importance of voting efficient clerks Democratic ramp. The best of order pre Republican opponents at this impor- ticket will bo given some fat govern which will contain a full and complete ac Into vailed throughout the discussion, which 1 once. A. I1WSI KV W II IIKIOIMK. tant and exciting election, F. F. Bobwascontlnucd till 0 o'clock. d ment offices for their labors, and their count of the killing of Judge Elliott by for Fair waa ushered in The bin eatt no rote. tr tv xrm a wilu nwr ronutrr wet A neorl trstrilnr the ht, Amuith llulrl Is, I (I A llMJkt's MscklM Mter Ulta u f object will bo accomplished. Demo Tom llufbrd, and all the circumstances by one of those good tstee In 1875, at the election for all crats who are for free elections and connected with it, together with a history rains, so long unknown In this stee,Ssae frlJnsMd. Lebanon:, Kv, July 29, T'J. A. nreetlrf, Mlllxlf '111, ky of the lives of the two men. It will also State officers, from Governor down, locality that nothing but the universal Mr.EJlhr, lead contain a descriptive account of the trial fair juries, do not let your apathy IfyeaesaxuS I,a4ellkll. A IWarJkt Is While In attendance on the trial soaking of the multitude convinced them a full ticket of Democrats and Rehall, snklsi; II lll U.ll. II Is ) to such results, but go to the polls and of the assassin, together with all the erl that it really meant business. The beau of the celebrated Phillip Will ran In yM sstlklaf Kills Ilk kiss. publicans, nominees of their respec dence and siwechei In the rase. rote tho ticket from first to last. tiful woodland presented a spectacle of your town for the greater part of the jost before the people, tive parties beiog -- HfUIJ.KJINwhich the brush of the ready painter might two weeks, It wst our pleasure, aa well as Mn. Goom has fought his way Mil totalled Democrat, F. J". Bobbin, MILS. V. .1. gaukahd co have made capital. The numerous vehic- our good fortune, to be the guests of the along up to his present position by O. rati no vote. les with curtains buttoned close, the group St. Asaph Hotel, which Is a new one, hav-in- g iAtnratier. 107 Fourth Avenuo, been In operation only a little over one In 187G, there being an election fur dint of hard work and honest exer Invitations have been received to Casey, of men wrapped in gum coats, carriage Sheriff, and A. M. Feland being a tions. He has conducted himself well Madison, Boyle and Mercer Fairs. . . KENTU0KY, aprons and Isp covers, or huddled together year; and Is auerior In all ila appoint, LOUISVILLE, under umbrellas, the fine animals In the ments. The table la all that could be de candidate without oppotition, Mr. lfob-bi- tt iu every capacity, as school teacher, On the first Monday in August there ring -sired, and the rooms are large, well venti with glossy coats trickllng,lhe drownUimkl ssauuMr walked boldly and fearlessly up farmer, County Surveyor, aud in all will be an election at Iluckeye for . STOVES, TINWARE, lkl ,k It trrr4 U uts Justice ed musicians on the aland, the Inundated lated, and comfortably and elegantly furs4 Wraps ! Ike Ulrsl bskUa, skj the prirato relations of life. Ho is III IsU flMsura la sktalaf Iks Is4les kee to the polls and voted for Feland ! of the Peace, to supply the place of K A. booths, saturated dinner tablet and nished; and we the undersigned, feel called In 1877, when thcro was a contest an cxamplo to young men of far beteaver, who failed to qualify. all presented a curious If upon to give publicity to an expression of p. for State Treasurer between James W. ter opportunities. Ho is yet, a young The Lesson Review of the Christian S. 8. not comical aspect. Yonng ladles with our grateful remembrance of the kindness ! man himself, and tho young men all on SiinJjy afternoon waa varied by recita- silk dresses dripping, sod married ladles and attention ahown us by the gentletutn- Tate, the regular Democratic nomiWnUlntTrus. SMS sal MiMiraiatf flufSl.a... elslly. ISnlen aallrllnl saj kwumT? Slll. nee, nml Isaac II. Trabue, a political orer tho county should rally to his tions from Misses Mamie Curry and Leila with soberer outfits polled beyond re- ly proprietor, Mr. Thomas Richarda his All nuts swUll srvmllr reJatT4 Ules III! Hen affable Clerk, Al Huffman, and Ids estimabore the driving, peltguerrilla, like Bobbin, and when also support, and elect him by a rousing Marlsbury and a song by four young la demption, aat and ing sheets of water with unmoved coun- ble wife; and must add, too; that our stay dies In concert. Salt, LI mo, Ccmonf, lion. J. II. Ilruce was running as the majority. tenances; and this, In fact, waa a singular wat rendered pleasant, Indeed, by his THE WEEKLY Monday waa County Court day. The Democratic uomineo forStato SenaA white man who would rob a charming and accomplished daughters, feature of the day. Every heart went out tor, Mr. Ilobbilt cast no vote and node poor old colored man or hair ins al- loud cries of the slock auctioneer were In thanktulness for the descending floods. Misses Rosa and Jennie. We found the lowance for tho support of an Idiot wafted on the brccie, but there were no What were a few paltry yards of dry goods good (leeple of your town, sociable and no tign. sales. The husband and family of Mrs. compared to the brotd arret of blighted kind, and the Su Asaph a "home of a Ho would steal a nickel In 1878, when there was a full tickFannie E. Taller, dee'd, late Lusk, having Best Dollar l'a)r In the Southwest. et of Democratic nominees for all off a dead nigger's eye. Will Bobbitt declined to administer upon her estate, the grain, the life and strength of thousands T tel." C. 8. Hill, W. B. Harrison, 8. I. Oray, Harry Btoy, H. D. Oilroore, T. S. county offices before the people, this please tell how much money ho "took" court appointed liavlor Jennings, Jr., to So on this memorable Thursday the throng Edelen, N.H. Ray, E. Of Every Description. R McKay, John who had gone merry-makin- g formed a remarkable statesman again made, his from poor old Shelby Owsley, while that duty. atoicrl band under the exceeding great dis- Walls, J. Jl. Card well, W. It. Ragsdale, (. On the last regular service day in Au- comforts of a thorough wetting. The man appearance at the polls, and finding he was County Attorney, as a feo for Ames.Oeo. H. Phillips, Owen Ruble, J. T. II 1'uiIm to oar Address fur $UUM. that there wero five Democrats getting such an allowance for him ? gust the Itev. 8. H. Pents will preach his agers of the Fair deserve credit In every Lapsley, J, H. Dinsmore, T. II. ClellanJ, And yet Bobbitt professes to bo tho fjrewtll sermon at the Methodist church. department. All moved on without a dis- It. W. Clark, (Ieo.8. Phllllii, A. ft Graves, running without opposition, whose He has been called elsewhere, We have made arrongementt this Daily& Weekly for $6.75 aYear anil will cordant note, ami the numerous visitors Andy OfJull, P. 11. Thomison, Jr., and In athlttum lo emr titk Ihnttmrt, election was a forrgono conclusion, ho colored man's friend. Sensible, colordoubtless carry his superior talents into a were hospitably entertained at the Isden many others. teaton t o handle the celtbrated took courago and voted for four out ed men will beware of such field where MelhoJlstlsra has not been so boards. iSJ.iy.iV mvl On Frldsy the sky cleared at tcy (iracrrir, Cbtfniion A!PKla ANIINKMH. of the fivo but seeing that there nearly extinguished as In this community, noon, ami the crowd was large. The gate KW lUVCITISEXtXTK. l LuUitll,:y.. and chaste ocrmons, receipts, etc, yielded a surplus fund for .were three of the nominees who hail Au7 kfrtulrr Bodisitt sas no rich inun uould For carefully-studie- d frfy CVyrin and TitTiM, McCORMIOK Radical opponents, lie recorded hit vote ruu against him, and that tho rich lew ministers or the gospel can vie wlih the stockholders. The Lancaster Hand acJUDQE J. B. DENNIS this brother, and he will bear with him quitted themselves In superior style. rffmJrt ltk Qffnnar uml Gta Is a Itajklsl foe Pouci Jl'twt vt gUaferJ. Lffp a men set up Mr, Gooch as a can fur the three lladjealt. earnest wUhes for appreciative hearers and Ucxilu nest atosWsj u jtufiut. So tho record shows that this man didate, only as a sacrifice. In other successful MOWING & REAPING UNDERTAKER. labors. vart, UV Aftnr juM rtttiml Jimi mm im iiockcahti.k who makes more noise about politics, words, to bo beaten by him. Let the . Depot Btroot, Stanford, Ky. Died, on the 23rd Inst., at the residence YOUNG LADIES' INSTITUTE, louder and longer about rich men rcbuko this vilo lio as It of Mr. Ephraiiu Urown, Mr. William Oray, Ht. Irruan, and bitrU jjuriVri, ii atMwtmtnt if Qtutnwurt vmS Giant Vote for Tom Jim Ballard when you go political consistency than any body, ought to be. Mr. Gooch is n oor nged M years. He was I lie eldest son of Granville, Licking Co., 0. and makes inoro promises and bigger man, but bo Is a truo anil honest man, Mr. Win. dray, now of IVcachersvillc,and to the polls next Monday. twins Us Ml h VMrftrp. itlk. Ilss PrevarslueT, vuret uml tell lie iit ut jniV, tlrsrt-ssenl- t. Democrats, shut your ran to the Green- CVlleflsl. Nweussl. Music snj ones as to what he will do for the peo- and the. rich men aud property holders was reared here at the old homestead. He Tesebes (Jeruiia, FrrBesiSBtllJrarl. Lv- Which stand at the head and front of ry iniog arsiHiassssa lerus law back heresy, go to the ulls twit Monday AAdrrss artng kikfjf JUJ our tturt mum teyllentlt iM-4- 1 ple if elected, than any body, has bad are not afraid to risk their intercuts iu married tavlnla, daughter of General and vote 1ILV U. allt-l'tttooN, II. IJ. all Harvesting Machines, especially as one man fur Tom Jim Ballard, Pllcher, and renlded In taulavlllr, a pros, tho astonishing boldness, the admira- his bauds, and they will all voto fur iwrous merchant, fur many years. His COMPLAINTS rrjiittj and jmninlf to art Uttrr )rjtartd ika in point of durability. These The workmen are busy this week adding BOWEL ClTttLD BY ble course to show himself at the him. wif died some years ago, leaving him two soma much needed repairs to the Christian have two motions and thejoint' A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT polls twice iu seven yean, and to cast To mstek at the bloody shirt daughters. Ills vialt to relatives here was Church. It would be advisable to have a PEREY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER I rirr UfrnlK our cuomrrt vti articta in our ed reel-pororts vssrs, II ass ks4 lMSuuslta U7 The driver cia raiie or his vote on ouo of thoso occasions for speeches of Col." Walter Kvans, one cut short by a stroke of apoplexy, and he painter Improve its internal tpranre. ia Hurlal Cases anil Caskets nasesrMiaoitri.i.a4MraMiTlriis, nurraes, lint, As, nt fee Oram, 1 all bdveL Ifeatbliinta. lhirlB, Ibis ftuuiusei I Smntntf ffouttd, A. M. Felaud for Sheriff, he having would suppose that ho fought, bled now Ilea on his native soil. lower the reel while the Machine it Vote the Democratic ticket from "rend ALWAMHINIIANH. svsry bousshukl sbouM hss a bolllt sesr souths, tho other occa and died to perpeluato tho Union. An ajventuroua row undertook to Invesno opponent; and ou I'rlfe, e., W. awl to rend" next Monday. And vote In favor slI kssJ be lusiolUls use.wksr. in motion without moviPK froln h'1 Funeral Callt Promptly Attended. ant-- ii pre kHIls. KuM amy sionto vote fur four Democrats who Not to. He enlisted for one year, but tigate an empty barrel on the public of railing a Constitutional Convention. seat- were already elected by tho general got enough of it in ninety days, and wuare. when one of the horoa penetrated a ItememUr that if you dou't vote at all. 8.L. AfSSV, fret. A. A. WllIILsa,8u.t. ami Arid, art fibo a fuw . if CruJIa, hole in the aid of It, and thus adorned your vote will be counted against the Con an J to returned home a battle-scare- d of tho people, acquiescence veteran, herself with a startllug and unique head-drrsTHE M'CORMIOK vention. THOS. B. vote for three out and out Itadicals and stayed there. That's she kind of WHEELER In vain she careered about the UMIIGE CO., Scyfktt, Swilk, thtJl Kinyrrt, WkrUimr, Since last writing, refreshing rains have against Democratic, nominees 1 and that's his war thoroughfare thus equipped. She waa not a Colonel ho is, visited the county, somewhat restoring nt' tfffiiJi Shot!, liuiltyt tStrwiM, I'EALLU IN Now, In view of this record, wo record in full. happy. A young gentleman procured a No. SOS Woat Main St., and (Hitting the farmers In a belter hatchet sud tried to cut her loose, but lure, submit the question to the voters of , humor. It Is thought the corn will "come Gen. V.u 1J. Mumur, who re KY. lhlfJuAtlU. IKON, STKKL, NAILS, Lincoln : If the nan who has made cently purchased tho JxuIvilto Chin- - each lick only "atovtln" his fingers ami out of the kinks" now, ami make an aver- JVritr Elgklb, LOUINVII.t-.Increased the row's alarm. At length a Needs no comments. It has taken In the county for crop. age more political fuss Manufacturers and Utaltnln W$(lemltottrnnfytkin(tit UhnjM ta succeeded with a saw succeeded merciai, lias oasuiueu oiiionm control Samaritan I'lrst-t'Uthe prlie in almost every field trial. Your correspondent waa delighted to be the past seven years than any other and promUe todevoto both hit time In relieving the animal from a bondage alHORSE SHOES, our mnvt Hunf LutUtUi qJ nJLiI w Lu Both as the eacapajsof Mrs. present and listen to lbs argumeut of coun tingle mow-er- s. fire huudred men in it, has, in all aud money to making it a first-clas- s most aa remarkable sel In the fsmous Will cae at Stanfonl, ' been seen at the cow. those seven years We can alto furnish you with vol. it, M. nelly, late O'Leary's newtpajicr, last week. An opportunity In hear to 4 vill yi a W noiict, HUBS, SPOKES, FELLOES.&c. The Hon on Thursday night was pro polls only twice, what can you expect managing editor, is rctalued as an edone of the bett much oratory, Is not ofltn auordud a nounced a grand affair, and lasted ill of him as your representative in the itorial writer. HV iritlfuVy Mr.V all U mountain chap. A Nil tf tit Uml night. For reasons best known to them- General Assembly T If he has dodgTom Jlui Ballard Is lb nominee of'the Jersoy and Platform Wagons, YcsTtiiDAY'a tpcrs brought cheer aelves, the Christian Aid Society deterred ed five important elections out of sevif ymnU ww iiri la yt'i W4 il tull Niitvr.N iATi:.vr mit.Ki.N, ing news from tho Yellow Fever dis- - the tupiwr advertised recently lor that eve Democratic parly Iu this county for the en, how many of those questions, . OK KVfcUV ULSCUIrTIOK. Legislature. He Is entitled to receive the iriCUU 41UUCBUI4 AUU UUIT VUU UVIf ning. A uuiuber of strangers still linger SOU W. Mala btttst. about which he is now harranguiog case In New Orleans, ami ono death ing about our pleasant village ou Friday a'ippurt of every IViuuciat Iu the county, .1. It. WA1UIEN & SON, Now iu use. Call and examln our you day and sight, will he dodge in aud thirteen new cases in Memphis night, an Impromptu Hop was held at the A fslluie to vote for blui Is a dtserllou aajrl'ilces low fur Hitl-l'lai- s Work. att-iipUIHVIlXE, KENTUCKY. r. U STOKE. Machines and Hakes. Mason House, to the music of an Italian from the part. the Legislature, If elected 7 And as the day before. M)R RMIISTLR OF LAHD OFrlCF, ItAlPJI SUELltOS, Of Kelsoa Caasty. Poison r. On Monday the following named visitors were In town t From Danville, Chas. Rodes, Chas. Lucas. Richard Oentry, Robert Baiter, the Sheriff, Judge VanWInkle. Misses Abb!, and Utile Kift,of Hustonvllle, are visiting friends In Lancaster. Miss Julia Craig, of Stanfonl, Is at Mr. W. H. WhcrrltlV. Miss Smith, of Frankfort, and Miss Ooulloe.of Lexington, are visiting Mist Jennie Leckey. Misses Annie Craig and Lettle Helm, of SUnfbnl, are at Mr. R. W. LtlUrd '., Mr. and Mrs. Finnell, of Cynlhlsna, are at Mr. W. H. Smith's. Mr. D. D. Bell, of Lei- Ington, drove through town from Crab Orchard on Sunday behind a pair of beautiful gray horses. Mr. A. O. Lackey, of Lexington, Is taking a holiday with friends here. Miss Motile Hopkins, of Memphis, Is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. U.W. Dan-IsJr. She gives an Interesting account of the fumigation process to which the health officers subjected her and all other passengers from the South. Pirsonai. Mrs. James T. Adams, of Garrard county, Is visiting her father, Mr. M. J. Miller Mr. Wm. F. Linton has returned Ironi an enjoyable visit to his mother In Kelson county. Ills wife (see Miss Kate Welsh,) will remain In Kelson for some weeks yet -- ....Mr. W. M. Welwr has returned from sn extensive visit In II llnole ami Wisconsin. Ht says the Northern heart la easily fired by one wave of the Moody tldrl....a Crooke, of line Hill; Alex Lusk, of (Inm Sulphur, snd Dr. I. . nunlell and Dob Hemphill, of Brad head, were In town Monday. .. The "sen llemsn from Laurel" l!d not put In an appearance at the big speaking. What was the mailer with yonr Dick T. .. Mr. Tur ner had a big crowd to hear his speech at 1'roctors Store last Tuesdsy. Ureal en thnslaam prevailed, and Ballard made lot' of roles. Last Mondsy waa County Court day. Little business was done In Court. The Msglslrates were present and received from the Sheriff the IU of delinquents for 183. The list comprised S9S delinquents, which was as small sis could be expected. Mr. James Houk, during his administra tion, was fsmous for being A close collector. Sam M. Burdett, Receiver, In the rase ol Davis Trabue A Co. vs. I). O. (lib. son, Ac, auld at public auction, lour tracts of lam! under Judgment of the Common lleaa Court, In said case. One tract of 1,0 acre, lying on Skaggs' Creek, was sold to Fechelmer, Frantic A Oa, of Cincinnati, for f.100. One tract of about one hnn- dred acres, lying on Brush Creek, waa sold to Jerry Randolph, for $100. Another tract ot 30 acres lying on Brush Creek, was sold to C W, Ping, for $72J50, ami one other small tract of fi or 7 acres, lying on tame Creek, waa sold to A. C. Sowder, for $20. These lands all sold at remarkably SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING Preparatory to exleii'ire preprrallnns for Fall and Winter trade, we will for T H I IR, T "2" ID J "Z" S FIFTEEN PER CENTUM LESS GEO. H. BRUCE & CO. .T. It. BORE A WEIala lrsillaf ), WARREN & 50 OWSHGGINS !?. lr i:ti: 1. NTOIli:, OIaIVKIC. HARDWARE! Stanford, Ky. lrMi GROCERIES his .vi:i,tujs. QueoiiHiYnro, O.uooiiswaro, Glassware, iFarm Implements, POST AND NEWS. Glasswaro.i $1.00 lKIt 11JA1U li. II. WEAKEN, rorxrr. MAtJlfliyKM! n CRUTCHES SELF - BINDER BUGGIES! . ul Sulky Hay Bakes, SlTliq inferior Joiininl. 1, 1870, STANFOBD, ICY. Friday Morning, Auguit local xotickh. Cltrw Jackson A PIBM. lrt sweet nary toliS-rcn, ce. During Ihe alnrm lot I.tnitTnixo Thnrailay night, lightning atrucV and killed ft lillf belonging to Mr Thomaa Hlnne, of ihla coun'.y. NfXT week Ihe Danville Fair will be held) ami, yonng man, If you wlah the glrla la anille on yon, go to J. II, IVnnla' ml get one nf Ihooe nice, new Ilugglea which lie la aelllng at greatly reduced pri- eirrt rtr for II. Hrery tmly who who will come with accurately Inakrl nf good llilnge, free In all, I cordirrmipllnn PnvsK'UKS rotnutinlcit at Uicnaiill A I'cnnjV ally Inrilrd. Wliltr. l.rAH, Mnsreil Oil and Mlml TiiKdoTrnwnn'a Ham, glrrn In honor l'alnla Hi Ixitlnni prices (I Mcllolicrla A HU"V of Dr. I I. Illarklnim, linn. Jamea IL pIikV of MnMlnir and Picture McCreary and I.Atuir. Slerrnann ami frame it l!illnni Price, at Ciirnsnlt A olhera, la filed for Ihe evening nf Friday, Prnn;'. the Sllu Shelby Tevl telle na that he In Vvnr. IjintOil, slnr Oil and (loMrn Machinery Oil for ICraprra, Ac, al laittnin lend Ihla lo be the grand occaalnn of the leaxm, and will leave nothing undone In prim, al llirnaiill A Penny's. make it eo. finest l rlla Water flavored with I lie Icy ami aa cold a (IrrenlaiMr moiin Tltnrr werkaago theetahliahmrnl of renta aglas Ctirnsnlt A Penny's. tains, f liiila fiiok.of Cincinnati, the large! CarAa lids la Ihe israsnn fur painting Tour riage Mannfactory In Ihe world, wai burnhouse, you ran Itiwl ft rompltt atock nf ed out, ami J. IL Dennla haa aome of Ida Oilaandeulnr at Ctirnanlt A Pen work left nver, which ta hound to la? aold, ny . ALIiamiunlaara ilua July il,andtliw ami If you will rail in Ihe neit Cve day, who hare nol settled will please call ami you ran get a bargain, aa he i determined close their accounts without fnrllirr ilelsy. lo rloe Ihem out. Mcltohrrts A DnixTrxarn. Hy order of the Court, It. r. llAail will rrcelrw In few day. have rar loa.l i.f farm Watoiw, Hpilng Was;, Ihe body of Hiram Tiicker,allegeitlo dlaln-trrreWas;-onPlin-tnbeen murdered by Tout Cain, waa nil Nptirllna; firm, Unfiles, all No. I, and mada by ihe ItoLriison on Wednesday, and aearch made fur Waenn IVimpsny, Cincinnati, all of which Ihe ball which had ranaed Ida death. Il hf fully xiuranUr. (ill and Me Ihtm at waa found by I)r. Peyton A McKoberta in hi shop. IkrrTLrn I.fdiiTSixn. When unl for the hollow of Ihe backbone, ami la now in fcira Thrval, Lame Hack, the pueeeion of the Court. The body had Itlieiiniatlam, Xenralfla, Hnraina, llmisca, Contracted lcn burled for nearly year, but Ihe de- Muscles, Htla Jolnta, Horn ami Itunlona ronottlon waa not half ao great aa I n. in human Mnp; nnJHpatln, Itlna; llone, flails, Heraldic, etc., on animal, Uuitsorna ml, ami he waaeaally recognliable. Mghlnlng Liniment la uneinalnl. ami lla Having announi-ei- l Nor Those eflect la atniplr electrical. Aa its name suggests, Ilia quick lo relief e, and Iboua on aevrral occaalona that Haydrn Itrulhrre wrre oflerlng their entire atock of Summer amis lar witness In lla astounding Price. 60 cenla. Tor mIi by good for aale, regardlraa of coat, we are A Htagg. apeelally authorlted by the firm lo aaaure Florida, Oira I.axii or Kixxriiw. -- A the general public that not thoae goott throne of suflerere with coughs and roUla alone, but many other dcalrAUe article annually go Houlh lo enjoy the ethereal low aa their mildness of the lam! of Howe re. To them are in alore ami for aale Jut aa Rammer good, if you will rail al Hay. we wouM nay thai the necessity of that trip la obviated by (Jonaaens' dena, now, you ran aave over twenty-fiv- e Honey of Tar, which apeeililr enrra percent. In Ihe purchaaeof many Ihlnga a the coughs ami colds Incident to thla clime. For public, speakers It aur- - vott will need for Fall and Winter ue. saasealhe tVmoslhente regimen of "peb-il- r A ScAMr. A man giving hie name aa and seashore-,- " clrarinf the throat litl Ctiaa. I). Wright, Mrrnphta, and who the eolce linja wllh the allf f ry caJrnce of hluaelf a an Odd Fellow, haa Wll. Km Cbuawna' CorawunJ Ilonrr of Tar. Price 60 renla lollle. For aale been fleecing Ihe people of Crab Orchard. by MclEolpcrta A Staff, Pretending that be waa a painter, be got aerrral large jobe of work, and on the Kuaxk I.ri.tc'a I'orcLAK MosanLV. The Auruil number It Cllnl with hlyhty atrength of them, obtained credit from the entertalnlnf ami liulrnctlre mailer, anil Ilarria Itouae, Myer A Pillion, and nu- many of the artlclra are replete wllh ealu-abl- e IKU mrroiia other, for conquerable amount. Information in Southern China," by T. W. Knot; "The Monday he lil out ami haa not been heard Lake, of Italy," by IjiJe Illanrhe Mur. of alnce. Wright I ainooth longued phy; The Arm. of the MeUicl,"by K. II. Imllvidual, St yearaold, 3 feet 5 Inchea Norton; ami The Mrtamorphoaea of the high, ami weir no lieanl. Newajiepera Hphlni," which are aJmlralily anJ Illuntratcl. "The Summer Amine-rurtil- a will pleaae nolle hla wmJaa niieroWi, and of the American l'eople." Ttie llace thereby confer ft favor on the people of for I he Illue Hibbun of the IVrbr," anJ Crab Orchard. "Klna ami lla Krupllona," will wrll repay the readier. A new aerial by the author of After The PuiLun Will Ca "Ifcira Thome," cnlilled "AOoblen IWawn,' trial of leu day, waa given lo the jury iiromtaea to be ft alnry of deep ami atirring inlerel. There are aerrral abort alorira Saturday evening, which, after an hour' verdict for the br M. T. CalJor, Annie Thomta, Heanor ronaullatlon, returned Kirk, ami other opular writrrr, porma of laat Will that glvealhe properly, valued at akelchea, etc, etc, and a $150,000 lo Ihe lielra-aldafrnnine merit, two nephew, carefully felerted mivellany, occupying lien Doom and Hugh IL Iter. Able Inrelher with lundaome embellUhmenta, aprechea were luade for ihe firat Will by ISS ijuarto paiea. The Illustration! number quite one hundred, ami there la eery Hon. 1', IL Thompaon, Jr., Judge M. C beautiful chromo frontispiece "On the Virr Haulier and Col. T. 1. Hill, and for Ihe at Troullle." Single coplea are only SJ aeroml Will by K. K. McKay, Km-- , Judge renta, and the annual aubncriptlon, $3, M. J. Durham and Hon. US. Hill. A AddreM, Frank Letlie'a imaliiald. llouae, M, S3 A 67, I'ark llace, motion for a new trial waa made and ihe New York. mover were given till the firat day of the bill of January term 1SS0, lo prepare M'KHinXAim eiceptlon, with view to an appeal. U Ultlr(la Uf.ln. UiHlJmaBKtl.at A Fatal Ulo". Henry Alford, a wrll MlM Uaat Uaawa ll tUlllef tilwJl al IIwIm-titl- e. known colored boy of town, ('led laat SatMa.JtuaaP. Tatia U ttlrallaf lOlt-U- urday under eoajiiciou circuinalance. I alia. Coroner Jamea I'.doode waa notified of the Maa.ll. C Lioar, U leiliiflM, la tlalllaf fact and an Impieet held, which refilled in Ur..J.kJ. MclUbtla. a venlirl that Alford came to Ida death Uua UarKriulriiHTMdir from ft blow on Ihe aide of hit head from ar M b4Me la Vlrtlala. atick or atone In Ihe lianda of Bet Fiah, kai mat Ikaaka I a Ma. J. Wf. colored pro-t-il lite, with whom he had been MavaaoMaa. ALLta CUie.ef Ikijte, weie Ik Intimate. The blow waa Inflicted two wrvka before, and although a poet mortem IwliM Ui. M.ll. MdlaalkUeerk. Illau k'ui Wllllial n Aall IWia aJ eiamlnatlon by Dra. Peyton ami Mcllob- fuatWrlaaJ Mia. W. P. WaltM W jrraltrJar ! ertaehowed that the akull waa rruhed In I alia. IVul'. M. Ilaaae, aa Ike lUckaauvl Jbyfatrr, and premdng agalnat Ihe brain, lie went aatkelrita VlaMjr, rrluralM fra aliout aa uaual up to the night Iwfore hi Maaaaa.ti.il. Mraaa, vl HlaakwJ, aaj llarrf death. The woman waa arreated by Town llUII UNI-aar- a Mandiat W. T. Saumlrra, of Crab HIII,UUtrU,karrlurM4fnHa Talla. and lodged In Jail here. Ma.ll.r. KUa,efTuaHl1lr, calUJ te are term of Cmci'iTCorRT. The tha baa alMit remvrreU lriu Mlklark. lie Monday, with Ml Ihia court ronveneil tk haojsef Kau Owwk, Jl uua M. II. Oaliev kaaWra rMimtUe ka Commonweal th'a caiva on Ihedockel. After Ikenamaortanrnarat IkedlaUal IktWiaU'i delivering Ihe uaual charge to Ihe grand I'alr, wkkk lakra 4ace la Krw York la IM1. jury, Judge Owaley proceeded lo biialne, lUrr. J. H. Moaalaoif, el Orreiutwre, N. (. but, ao far, nothing of Importance haa oc rilkMeaaaalHflttoa t.aflMrroa Ike ( 8. K. K. ka eUaia! a alwlUr allaallea a Ik cupied hi attention. Following are Ihe (l RAX II JURTl I'.lj HaaJy IL IL, aoj U Me at Ml. Dlerllac, Kf . W. a MrCWuxk, Tuaal'aKaiaKaa wkekaffaTorr4 ualkla errk W M. Larkey, I'emnia: 1. It. Ntfler. IV C. lU.Uu. Malkae Dauakeily, UiklrrwtNhl, Uncutrr, M. N. ari Litkr Moure, '. 8. lluckrr, DlxlUr UIJ-II- . A lei Oweaa, A. I. Hale, V. W. faller, J. '. lllaakMimkle, Preackmrlllei Ckero lUjaaUa, Ju. I'ulu, T.T. IXtleu, J. K. Menllee, J.M. Breea, McKlaaey Klatlaa; Jialla Jimll, JuA. tVkeo, f. II. Napief, W M. Ill(lns J. II. Miller, tlfUloi TkeruauJ. TaaaalUtfl KauuelHIrena, Rlckanl BIB, Mra. A. J. Malkeea, LeUaoa; (I. II.BIa- rrriT jury : llelaa, Kelaka BUllea; J. 8. Marrlaun, (Ireeoa- - IL (anoa, llarrlaoa llurktr, J. T Hwr, lure.N.Ul W. II. JekaaM, Jekaaoarlll Troa J, J. Irre, Allaa Beailey, II. K. rMaaJ, 1. X, Olltoi, Jauxe Hauiktrlr. McKlaorj 81a. Juka llrl(kt, lluaa blnaltlua, Wiu Lojio, L. glaiuwa. Ilea, lluuee, J. M. lUU, lUrkari tilt nu, AL Jon, lkal. Hlaa, LOCAL KATTi'MH. Ret lliclilnlirtl null I'lr.tta Another picnic la adrrrllaed lo he held lit Ilail'a Mineral f7prlng on Sat. Biap wily 8 cents a imlay, Atignat Ihe Dili. Feeding, dancing Truman IUtii rase, m lciIotrls Afun. and good order are prnmlaeil, and JIiom Taxt. Tour produce lo A, J. Ilml, nil who atleml may a lay of plraanre, TsHrjour Prescriptions lo Mcltolwrla lal, Kt. til.lll I.tr lt en A Krana, Tn rirtr Toi of Bran for aalo by Wear IUU. Win. 11.0. K. AUakaiu, Kaial. J. EwUy, I'aJll, Jkn iuhu D. Hem, J. J, Mlrly, a Keel, Lye, UeM, J. A number of partlea charged with minor ofiVnaea have been acquitted, and no cae of Importance haa yet been tried. The Mlae Matilda l'oor waa AcxjciTTtu. doien caeca agalnat ueorge Saun- hall aa( Friday of the charge of Infill- dera were continued till Ihe next term of llrlde. the Court. Theraae agalnat U, D. Kenne Mil. J. IL MiKiu la building a new dy and that agalnat Tom Cain, were aleo HchoollioUM on l)eot Street, for a private continued. achool, Thomaa End, for carrying concealed IIokn. t)u July Will, to Mra. Utttle V. weapona, got ten day at hard labor, and Hall, daughltr of lion, ltobl. lllaln, fine t'ii fine. Joah Dye, aanie oflenae, and Mine Judgment. Saru'l Goocli did nut put Imy Itobert Thomaa. -in appearance, but a like judgment waa t'LiKKa or Enxtiox Will confer ft found agalnat him. the reault at aa great faror by aendlng ua Dud V. Holniee received the aauie early a moment na pomlble. but owing lo the delicate condition tay of judg. lewd woman, came to of hi wife, he waa given MAHVHAVAur, town drunk, yealerday, and waa put In jail luent aa lo the Impriaonment, for CO daya. after the bora had a Utile fun. Jerry Raker, for retailing liquor without '- t at Llllngaton, llcenae, fiO fine. fl. V. Peacock, aame Flftt The tihool-lioua- a each, w, 8. Drye, waa burned down Tuesday night, auppoaed charge, two caara, $20 aame charge, two caaee, $20 each. to be the Turk of an Incendiary. T. K. llnulen, aelllng liquor lo u.lnor, Hk. JoilM M. llAlb haaftlurkey goU $30 fine. bier that ha taken into lla head that it' Orauvltle Iacli, fur keeping tippling nice to be a mother, and haa been aelllng houae, fCO. a a week or mure. fur on a neat of John Benedict, for Sabbath breaking, $3. NkWlIoi'at Mr. J. X. Patla, having John Pence waa fined JI5 for killing completed hi lundaome new houae In the cow. uper end of town, haa commenced Ihe Thouiaa Houae, for obstructing public foundation of another on Ihe lot adjoining road, ami for aaaaull on Thouiie Blacker- It. Jim I tliv moat eulrrpriaing uiau iu by, acquitted. town, Bellla Hah (col'd,) waa indicted for the HrlAKlNU.-C'- ol. Wvlfurd failed Iu emu murder of Henry Alford (rol'd.,) and her cane wt for trial lie it Tueaday. to time on Monday, but Cola.T. W. I1. Hill IreaUl a large audi The (Irand Jury haa relumed only 13 ence to eouie goud old IVuiocrallo doclrine ludiiiiurntaaafar. la their Uaual Sn aljla, liolh apeechea Ihe Court will adjourn from Ihla evewere wall recdeed ning unlit Tuavlay CALL on J. IL lVunla and get you a new Iluggy or Carriage at your own price. .. ana ' A fVirif of Thanh. aon of Sheep, extra, 3 to b " Mr. Belli being unarmed, vf fAllMlt n.t-u'fl 9t . common, 1 lo 2; Lamb, extra, 3 lo 4; made grab at Ihe pistol, bnl failed lo get flTAsroRti, Ky , July 29th, 187, Ill pocket while In Company with Fount common, 2 to 3) renla. It. Then wring that hi life waa in dam VSW sTsrise JinriMl Her. J L. Barnes lire-- . Young, ami auppoalng that he had alolen ger, Jumped onl of Ihe eprlng wagon on Al Ihe aale nf the herd nf Shnrt-hori,f ll, awore out a warrant agalnat him. Young belonging the oppnalle aide, and ran Into Ihe cliff quested toacrepl Ihe heartfelt thanks In the late I. P. Flaher, at the elowaa I tie. I the aame day and acquitted, there near by, ami called Mr. Sam ami VA Mil hi old pupils lor the handsome and Boyle Connly Fair (Ironnda on Tnewlay quent manner In which he defended Ihem living no direct evidence agalnat him. 11, Ihe following price were obtained i ler, who lire rloee by. The three made In a lair issue of your paper. We also aa. aearch for Ihe wonld.be robber, but he hail Beauty Pride, by 4lli DnVeof (lereva, Ecoxoxr. Dining hard time ll anre hlni thit never In the course of nnr with htm Mr. Brills' overcoat. all of n to practice economy, but No. 1,7,V, Innghl by M. Flaher, of Boyle, ned.takln school life hare we met with ft teacher who for $.100; Prima Donna, by Sir Ollea, No. in doing o we are not neceaaarlly compellm at once commanded our lore and res Hnnttnrlllr. ed lo deprive ouraelve orour famlllea of 1,101, Imight by Waller Hanley, Nlcho-laavlll- e, The rain of last week revived the hope pect. While we wish him success In the for $123; Fidcaaa, by Duke of Ihe ncceaaarlea, or even Ihe comfort and new field to which he ha been called, it I waluturleeef life. What account I money, (Iwynne, No. 1,764, J. F. Bruce, Stanford, of the farmer, and gave Impulse to the with regret that we part with one, who, for owing of turnip. eircpt lo pnrchaaeanch thing? Worth-lea- e for$&V, Victoria Clh, by Yonng F.I HaIhe last two years, ha made our school aa blank aper. By true economy, la kim, 1,21)0, W. B. Burke, Danville, for $75; John II. Wot wtshealo rail attrnllon to hours so pleaaanl. meant, lo lake rare not lowaaleour mean, Victoria 31, by Imp. 2nd Duke nf Wotten, hi lock nf Cabinet ami Umlcrtaker'a Is All or ma Oi.ti Scholar. anwanasasam wanaaaaaaall 0,107, W. Uhanon, for $110; Vic- good. Being supplied with burial case but with Ihem aupply our dally wanla,aml toria 3.1.1, by Imp. 2nd Duke nf Wotten, In ft variety of styles, and having In doing an, buy our good of audi men aa aaaaaVannnwaammvaaaV Boyle, for $133; I la Jen Brother, whoae motto ami haa 3,107, K. H. Montgomery, hearse, be la prrparrd In attend Nevnotice, aale ami amall profila." Victoria ni.t, by Imp. 2nd Duke or Wotfuneial call on the shortest ever lren, "quick dleul' ten, 3,107, II. W. Fuole, Maan, Mlaa., for No one leavea their atorr-ronThe Agricultural Fair are Ihe topic of No $110; Victoria 2.1nl, by 2nd Duke of Oxiafieil. conversation now. By the way, the pro. ford, 822, Thomaa Mclbiberla, Boyle, $S3; gramme executed at Ihe office of the In Tnr. (lARRAnri l'Atn. Seldom have we Victoria 2llh, by Iloyal Prince of Oxford, for President Jarman, la ienl more pleaaanl day than the one 2.C3I, It. Salter, Danville, for $110; Victo- TrnioR Journal devoted to Ihe (larranl Fair, for II waa n by far Ihe nealeat ami beet got up bill on ria Sill,, by Iloyal Prince of Oiford, 2.631, genuine gratification to note Ihe com our streets. In juxtaposition wllh those T. F. F.ngleman, of Lincoln, $1.10; VictoA ten-year-plete aiiccem of the tihlolllon In a merllo-rton- a of Danville and IJIarrly, II la confessedly ria 21th, by Imp. 2ml Duke of Wotten, financial eenae, The aa well aa auperior tn either. II fly-fo- ot 8,107, J. B. Owaley, of Lincoln, $130; Vicatock, of which there were many enlrle, The Sunday picnic al High Bridge did toria 12th, by 2ml Dnke of Oiford, 822, waa hard In lieal, the premium were libSCtla, not draw aa well aa usual laat Sunday. A eral, the officer attentive ami mllle, and J. R Murphy, Stanford, $80; Victoria by 10th Prince of Boyle, 4,17.1, W. B. gentleman who came out on the train, reIhe array nf beautiful women ami hand-aom- e by 2nd port that only fire ticket for Ihe excuraurpained. Cecil, Boyle, $80; Victoria ISth, men could not have sion were taken in In Cincinnati. Only The place aelecled for Ihe Fair waa a ahaily Duke of Oxford, 822, J. S. Murphy, Stan ford. $73; Victoria 19th. he 3rd Duke- -' few from thla place availed themselves) of and graaay knoll, and when lite nuniernua Cecil, Boyle, $149; Vic Ihe opportunity to atleml Divine Service lable,loailed with goul lhlnga,wrre apreail, Oiford, 822, W. Danville, Ky., June 27, 1870. under auch adverse circumstances, and Haro uniI onooflho MayiieM Water Eleratora and Purifiers for fire to a toria 7th, by Aldrle'a Prince of Boyle, C49, one almml felt that he waa Iran-llle- d Spear Flaher, Lincoln, $70; Victoria 29th, most of tho seem lo hare forgotten Ihe anil find It all that U claimed Tor It. They will purify th foulest well yeara, arene not of earth. Hoapllallty waa tin HOMKAVFAMS, 2nd Duke of Oxford, 822, R. B. Wood, lei I. BY or cistern; never freeio up; a child ten yean old can draw water from a GAy-foo- t bounded, ami a large a waa Ihe crowd, by Your roi respondent, in company with 2nd Duke well, luflicicnt for tho use of a large family; are very durable; lielieve Hrrrrniter Jb liiitlilrrar. and feaalcd like a lord. Lincoln, $130; Victoria 30th, by everyboily waa fed Oxford, 822, J. C Stone, Leavenworth, J, M.Cook, had Ihepleavure of apendlng they will laat ten years; would not buy any other when I could cct tho -May. The stockholder, nf which there were 100 of Ihe afternoon of Tueaday, al the hospitable Kanaaa. $100; Victoria 32nd, by 2nd Dnke New slock of Iice and Kmbroidered field. W.F. Evaks. at $3, recti veil ihelr money bark and a manalon of Mr. Pendleton Jenkins. They of Oxford, 822, J.S. Owaley, Lincoln, $100; Tie. amall dividend, which we hoie wilj en DA.Nvn.LE, Ky., Juno 27, 1879. of Qtemlale, by 2nd Duke of Wot-te- found assembled a ntimerouv company of New and elegint slock of Paier, Linen courage ihem lo greater effort r.eit year- - Prince ladies the aged and dignified the young Wo hare used ono of tho Mayfield Water Eleratora in tho cittern ot this 5,107, O.8. Wllllama, Bryanlavllle, and Silk Fans. II, Bruce and Vice To PrealJenl Oil. J. maiden and the matron, enoflico for several yean; it Imi worked to our entire satisfaction; hat proved by Knightly Duke, 3,840, K. ami lovely I'rnldrnt Capt. Tline, A. Klkin, ami many $180; Vicar,Waahlngton boat and New slock of Zinc Trunks, Valleses, have been to well mora durable than tho chain pump and lighter draft. B. Brown, connly, Ky, $33; joying a pleasant hour, while the olhera, we are particularly Indebted. The pleated with it that last Spring I removed a chain pump from my cittern jint received. 2nd Dnke of Oiford, by 8th Duke c' hoslcM In their cheerful old age made all Carpel-salrhe- l, 111 of premium" appear in another colat homo and put in a Mayfield Elevator. When tho Elevator waa put in tho Thorndate, 82.3, Thoa. McltobcrU, Boyle, thing pleasant around theni. A feast of Our atock of Sandels, Newport Ties, li nin. luaclou watermelons, cultivated by Ihe Button Newport'a for Ladles', Misses and cistern, it had become Infested with the amall bugs that aro ao common 3, . Bull Calf by Prince of (llendale, in cisterns, and had begun to emit unpleasant ixlora. After a few weeks' UKATIIH. John W. Pennington, Lincoln, $33. old gentleman from Southern need, and of Children, ia still complete. consider it the best cittiso of this pump, they both entirely disappeared. mammoth growth, waa arranged upon ft Mont Squire J. S. Murphy and Dr. T. Itirrt-- Of Typhoid ferrr, on Friday We hare the exclusive sale In Stanford, tern pump I know of, and would uso no other when I could obtain one of who furnlehed the above report, table on Ihe ahaily lawn, and waa enjoyed gomery, them. laal, at McKinncy Station, Jewe W. Itlffe, W. Proctor, Cashier Central National Bank. of the finest and beat French Calf Sewed aay that there waa a good crowd, but bid- wllh wonderful unanimity. Long life to Home-madaged 22. He leavea ft yonng wife lo mourn and Uncle rent" and lady! We ahall not Boot ever offered here. waa alow and dull. ding Stanford, Ky., June 23, 1879. hleloee, warranted to give entire satisfaction. aoon forget our visit. improves tho I use one of tho Mayfield Water Elevators and Purifiers. Garrard Fair. Mr. W. A. Burnable, Srrriirxaox. David I'. Slephenaon, eon For Ihe next forty dsys, we propose lo water, works with great case; is very durable; agitates the water thoroughPiRMUtAL. R. L. Pomeroy, of Cincin who ran do mora thing at one time than died Wedncnlay of D. L. Stepheneon, make a price on our clothing that will sell ly; gives entire satisfaction in every particular. I would have no other. natural-bor- n nati, Auditor of Ihe C. 8. It. W. waa out on morning, of typhoid fever, after an lllnea any other man living, and 1 McItOBERTS, Cashier National Bank. them If times are hard, as I hero Is now a Jon Fair Secretary, fumiahca ua Ihe fol- Sunday, on a visit to hla wife and child, of three weeka aged 21 year. who are pending the warm weather at thla very Isrge force of workmen engaged in We, tho undersigned citizens of Kentucky, having known the Mayfield lowing Hat of premium: BiRXrs. Tueaday, at 1 o'clock, Mra. place W. E. McNeilly, Kaq., a young making up a slock for ua for Ihe Fall and FIRST DAY. Elevator and Purifier since it was patented by Isaac Mayfield, of Mar-fielMariah Barne, wife of the late Iter. Jaa. Iferae Hale, Bdreetde A Ballon, (larranl, eren.l and handsome lawyer of Nashville, i here Winter, we must make room for Ihem. So Ky., In 1871, and having been twine one since that time, do heartily Barnee, ami mother of Iteve. J. and flco. Clio. Peaar, ftr., Garrara, eve. Logan and don't look shabby anr longer, when so liton a rlait to the famlllea of II. recommend it, and claim: 1st. That it will purify the foulest well or cisMare Male, J. II. Brace, QarrarJ, i rem., A. W. tle money will dress you like a Prince. O, Barnea, breathed Iter laat, after ac event A. B. McKInney Rer. J. II. McNeilly, tern. 2d. That It will not freeze in the coldest weather. 3d. That it will Uoatfecaery, Uaceln,cef. ful life of PS year. She waa a native of of If niton, Texas, I expected lo Join hla last ten years. 4th. That a child ten years old can draw water out of a fifty-We would call especial attention lo our Male cell, J. B. UcGlaala, Belle, ma.) Willi New Jeraey, and came to thla elate aome 't Dealer, Garrard, eer. 8, slock of Parasols ami Fans, believing It to foot family here In a day or two...Prof. J. well, sufficient for tho largest family use. We certify that our names year ago, ami wae one of Ihe pioneer of Lone; wmt burl, B. Grelry A Sea, Berk, maa.l F7pert, from Somerset, la negotiating be the largest and cheapest assortment to were signed to this by our permission, and anr communication in regard to K. the Preniytcrian Church. Mnet ef her J. Lee- Deaay, GarrarJ, cer. tho Elevator, addressed to us, will bo cheerfully answered. Mlaa II, Burgin, for the rent ol her he found In the city. with - went kwk laah, ). K. Penay, OtmrJ, life waa anent In the achoolroom, and bun- - rem.; GtalryA Sea, eer. Mayfield, Ky.; lion. Ed. Cbossland, May-fielHon. A. It. Boon, M. extenalve School property In thla place.... Ky.; II. 8. Hale, Prest. First Nat, Bank, Mayfield, Ky.; Judge W. dml of the matron of thla vicinity, re Leaf wool eve, tlraa.Cn II. Jr.. Borle, wtm4 Jno. S.BradIey,whoha beer in Missouri for Another large slock of Newport Ties, Newporla and Strap Sandals, Just Button member her excellent leaching and www J.N. beaey.rrr. W. ItonEirrsoN, Cir. Judge, Mayfield, Ky.; Hon. Lew. Anderson, Mayfield, aome months, gladdened hi mother' heart opened. lADg wool eee umV, n. Clenlry A Voa, rren. Mayor, Paducah, Ky. Ky,; Hon. BraoER, Paducah, Ky.; Mier counarla. She waa a woman of remarka Soby stepping in last evening. ...-aaJeer. ble vitality, ami up In a year or two ago, Onr Organdies and Lawna arc beautiful Beck, J. W. Daae, Garrard, reem. A. C. Bek- - phia Fullback, of Danville, and Mlaa Sal- could walk two mile to Church with laaoo, Uaeela, eer. lie Huffman, of Lancaster, are visiting and cheap. Back laaib, A. & Reblneoa, feraa. and rrr. apparent eae; but for aome lime pail, ahe Kate Wllllama relative bere....MIssc Silk Mila in black and light colors. Eve Una. Qraa. CerU, Beyle, aeea. and rev. haa been confined to her bed, a helplea a and Anne Cook wlllgo to Cumberland Fall AieJ aulllee, Bo A Feek, Bovle, rrria.; J. C, a child, often not recognizing her eon, Mr. on Thursday... ...Tlut open Barouche from Ornea, Waodbrd, cer. Loten Barnee. with whom ahe lived. Af Riatllea, eld, J. C Grarea, reaa. and eer. Stanford, "till make ila nocturnal visit gullloa cell, W. T. Krallk, Garrard, term.; J. burning il lamp by moonlight ter a well apent life, a rood old mother of and allarael, la "eafe In the arma of Jeaua," and L Eafflenua, Llaeela, eer. "ft watch." Aredure,JokaS. GUI, Garrard, Meaa ; Gran. waya inquiring for it would be atnful to with her back. The Cecil, Boyle, err. remain wrre taken lo Danville, Wednee- TitriMrf City. eld, Jesse KuWy, Msdlsoa, preas.; Mar, day, and interred by Ihe aide of her hua- - B. C. BaadlJf e, Llaeela, eer. Samuel Johnson haa qualified aa Town Male coll, A. Vr. Montgomery, Uneela, prrmd Marshal, B. F. Sloan having resigned. band, whoae death occurred about 14 year Chaa. Carlsmaa, Madlaoa, cer. ago, lladdl aalmal, aav ,J Gill, narrard.Keia.i Born, on the 23th of June, to B. F.Sloan J. C Qravea, VToedbrd, eer. and wife, a eonOn Ihe 12lh Inst, to Hen HF.LMIOIH. Bdckavay kors or mare, B. C Farrts, Oarrard, ry Kellar and wife, ft daughter. Her. J. L. Barne will preach at the erem W. M. Boe, Bovle, ttr. Brood mar aad colt, S. D. Carpenter, Garrard, 8. A. MIddlcton and wife received a. tele Preebyleilan Church at 11 o clock, next nreie.; K. P. Brace, Boyle, eer. Sunday. rvtrof krn,rccardlMftfsx, color ec evaer- - gram last Friday announcing the death of skip. Be A Cecil, Boyle, pre.; Tip Bruce, Beyle, Jeeae Bile, of McKinncy Station. The Dr. A. W. Wilaon, the dUlIngnlahed sad new caused many sorrowing heart McthodUt Divine, ofNaalivllle, will preach ctrllerate. Roadster, uiareor ceUlag, atyle,apeed and here among hla friend. at Ihe Walnut Street Mclhodial Church, rouMned, Ckarlea llemrklll, Danville, next Sunday, at II A. M. and preM.; Ala fllblj. Garrard, cer. Our district school commenced last Mon 8ECOHD DAY. Sr. M. day, wilh Mlsa Nannie Secarcy, of Clark Bull, t years old aad over. 8. L Bosaeaii, Merrer, Kliler Geo. W.Yanrey,aCliritian preachcounty, aa teacher. The patrons may con pmu. T H. Molwfly, Jr., Madison, eer. er of Lfouiavllle. dort not believe In Ihe Bull, old. Jo Rmkey, Madlaoa, perm.; gratulale themselvea on their good fortune uaual revlvallatlc melhoil, and lay ain- - (lisn. Crctl, Boyle, eer. in securing the service of one so compe old, Alet Utbht, Garrard, pcfm 3ull, nere who about religion loudeet reldum and cer. lent to Gil Ihe place aa Mlsa Scearcy. cling long lo the Croa. Hull calf, Joka Mirrk, JeMauIne, lem , Grau. Mewra. Me'vin A Bro. will commence that hi Cecil, Boyle, cer. A Chicago preacher admit next week moving their Saw Mill from Cov.l yearatddand eier, llraa. (Veil. Boyle, never exceel twenty mtnntea In aeroion tht place to the head walera of Buck wriu ; T. H. Moberly, Jr., Madison, rer. conaequenae, he alwaya length, ami a Ctov, 3 year old, H. L. Bosseau, Mercer, prem. Cn.I, a point about four mile from Hall ha a crowded audience. Bead ami protll aad cer. (lap Station. Hefiry Quinlon and family INTRODUCED. Cov, l.yrar old, O. II. Ckeaaull, MadUue,.rr4 moved last Monday to locate at Ihe new by Ibia, ye long winded, who think ye are II. IV. Jueea, Bey lo, rer. heard for your much epeaklng, and you Mill seal. Cv calf, C. C. Chrlstnaa. MaJlson, prem Joka will atop preaching loeuiply benrhe. March, Jessamine, cer. Bu.'l, any aie, Jo W. Frnkry, Madlsoa, prem.) la Us fruiUal soarce at many dlnae, promitf. L. Bosseau, Mercer, rer. A Urge crowd assembled at LAXU, STOCK nent amoog which sr Oav, anyate, Graa. Cnll, Boyle, prem ; 8. I. Waynesburg last Saturday, to hear Messrs, COSTIYCNESS,' YOUNG 3I13N. ISTEJIBISOTO DYSPCrSIA, IVnny A McLean, of Clarranl, Uiughlof Bosseau, Mercer, eer. tatss touts. In OrStNTtRY, BILIOUS fEVCR, AGUE AND FEVER, Hill, Varnon and Harris apeak, but were Walking uar or gelding, II. U. Gentry, Linshould or JIOOIC-ItirUl'IN'jaundice. PILES, RHEUMATISM, HONEY J a me Martin, o( MaJiwin, 11 head of ex coln, aadly disappointed, aa none of Ihem were pretu f J. 8. GUI, Garrard, cer. writs for iptclnttna of eninnsh!p an4 CcUrf COLIC, ETC tra broke mule al $110. Boy rider, underIX yeara old, Hubert Burnaide, F. F. Bobbin was present and present. Jooroal to SYMPTOMS OF A stfannta IIBTIVr f. CTIMTTflY Six thouaaml rheep and land wrre oflrr Garrard, pi u-- i Joka L. Doty, Garrard, eer, made the poorest speech we ever heard him Ann fsDUaiNKa COLLEGE, Klalion, a years eld and ever, A. T. Tray lor. Urn 1 ed for aale at Loulvllle, Moiidar,and 3,CKD make, although hours In length. It ia n4 Mala Simla, LoulSTllIr, Kr cola, prem.; B. C Farrts, Garrard, cer. offered. al hand that were not 8ulllon,S-yrsrolW. M. Bee, Boyle, prem. an easy mailer to see that he I uneasy. Iom of Appetite and Mam., the bowels arwooatiTo. but somotiinos alternate wttlx In Cincinnati, while wheat la quoted at and cer. colt, B. F. Tells. Madison, prem t A. He knows that utiles he can win this lime KISCILLIIIOI'S. Stallion he never can win, a there is no money exlOOMneea, Pain tn thaltosdaooompsllis $1 to $1.02, and gootl to prime lot of red, Iluleblegs, Boyle, eer. with a UuLTssnsaUon In thebaek psxQ'ain, herecuse fur him, and Waynesburg will at lu to Vi renta r biudiel. Mare. 4 year old and over. Charley lleuiphlu. WOlOti DElfc in the right side sad unasr the shoulder; after give a majority against him. BobrciUU. Jessamin, prem. W. M Bue, Boyle,re. Hiving bought tht ttock of jooJf loruerlr owo-- tl CABBAaEANOCDBRANT tEuls, fuHnsss alUreatinc, with aidjaln-elinatiq- nt Bl'LU A. M. Feland I Mill (landing prapoM lo tttv, it all Hum, Mare, eld. ltoblnaon A Poloha, Oarrard, bin will never represent this county. Mr. br Mr 1 eierttonof body ormind, UooOa. Out prtcct hi bull, 4th Duke of Oiford, at $S, and prem.; Tip Bruce, Boyle, rer. apiriu, Isxe of KnillMMirtwcDlol'MUllDerr V, II. Miller, of Stanford, waa here, and rasataaainnllML ftsllll.l of3mpsr,I-owrill K. P. Bruce, Bayle, Mar roll, under one m its. h ima K M. wa noEN , all that ever bred lo him are able to py ssi.ir xnamory ,wlth afetUng ofnarina' ni(lot3 auggealed that he wanted to apeak, Mr. M IU. llfcTTI E J1SUCK. premium on colt by lood lord Boy, M A.W. sxmiejiutyOetmrafersmMDiuinese, their taxea. Just roclrnl a nlcs k of Klubonj anJ Hswsrs. Hooch gave him hi lime, and he mounted Llneoln. cer. at the Jloart, Hots before the riuUertna II. C Jonee, of ilarueaa aalmal, any ago wan, Chaa. He uipklU, the rostrum and showed Bobbllt up in Ida eyes. Yellow Bkln, Headache pmofslly To 8nxrr Or-t3LlC3- -. Ihla county, haa for aale, fifteen thorough' Jessamine, prm.i Wm, Puk. Boyle, cer. true light. He proved by Ihe record of orerthe riht y1IUstUasnsarELt;ht Saddle gelding, any age, Tip Bruce, Boyle, prem; with fitful dream, hlahlr oolored Oris. WITH Poat Ofllce, Mo- bred Colawold Uucka. our Court, that Babbitt violated the lawa Jease Embay, Madison, ear. THB6S WABMIHQ3 AJLZ UN HXXDKS, Kinney Station, Pair maleked korsea or mars. Tip Bruce, Boyle, of Kentucky, and Ida oath of office while 1. & L. SEAS0NG00D & CO., ttllOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED. Count Attorney. He ahowed how our The Wlncheater jArniocrol report aale of prem W. M. Bue, Boyle, rer. EflDCEfir CONFECTIONERY Best sucking roll, either ari, by "Young Stooe-valManufacturers of Clothing, county levy Increased whtle Ihe great re-1S2 head of good rattle, at 4) cent; 32 W. 8. Smith, (Urrard, prem t Miss Ana was County Attorney, and decreas rattle at $21 each, and 33 head of aheep Brills, Garrard, rer. IMPOBTEES&JOBBEES of W00LEHS AND are) especially adapted to such at $2 per head. Karnes gelding, any age, W. M, Bue, Boyle, ed aa soon as he went out of office, Aa oaaee, a single doss enroots a w. con sj x vine bt&. Bobbin had been long and loud on the prem.t Ales GlbU, Gajrard, eer, Carl Iluguely, thla week, bought of Mr, such n change of feeling as to Bcsl roadster, aiar or frldlog, Ckaa. Hemphill, tobacco law, Miller wanted to know why astonish the eufTeror. Buater, of Boyle county, three rarloadaof Jeasaiulna, prem.; Tip Bruce, Boyle, eer. it was that Bobbin voted for, and did all lb. cattle, of an average weight of he could for Bradley, who was in faror of ! at $4.40 r hundred weight. Harroda. LttVOLX VOVXTY. frw Wlamrvt thai r the present system of robbing, and agalnat mtm burg Observer. fr thai I bsvsots.nr.ls TbSul4lo sr Thar Eitglrmnn'm Mill. Durham, who openly avowed himself tkt ihvci wUllrat Lsrv Stuck o UouJ al U17 slurs rooms, imi Alford A Hwope ehlpped to Cincinnati Hrth.U.l'ttfr,a-llMUr-v- i ltrmetnber the picnic Saturday, and against the present tobacco law. Ho Krwl,labTArlrOUl,coiislslln(or Ur rallat lac Ua lira -on Frldar night laat a car load of lamba, Ik lUW rga4 Ultra ll.tr showed how Inconsistent Ihe great dema! Ilailspllirrf4a lars qusnlllr of tacrllral I rtM laaa.a .aMra, for which they paid from 2cto3c. Thla don't forget your basket. upon a.sl tllevlUr ! Ik lc. I willsi Jrllrer It lo regular tuslouim srwr GROCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, , , eaa.lB We had ft delightful rain laat Thursday. gogue Is, and were it not v1 . donee their contract fcr Ihe aeaaon. They b fcawala la atl aalarail-wurului your apace, are would like to give ft aynop-Uwhich aaa ctva fa I wall. have, In all, ehlpped about 4,000 lamb It haa revived all kinds of vegetation. Farthe whole speech of Miller, aa It waa Boots, Shoes, Hats, OlotMujr, from Ihla county, for which they paid an mer are very much elated. : the ablest effort ol hla life, and ft masterly AnJltraIranr tliuJuiln Its dsr, al average of 3c. Aa the weather la ao very warm, and we IVnur'ssler., al ssiuoral. rVrsons piece of logic and eloquence. Bobbin had QUEEMBWAHK. QI.AB3WABK, sll.l JulJ 1st 1I1UcLshJ lilfbrr. WlxciltaTCH Court. A large attend thluk it would be linjiosing oi Bobbin for several of hla friends from the Highland , MwVU ance of home jop!e; about 300 head of him to have to walk to Frankfort, we will and Crab Orchard districts here, and while Mwl ftlKWlUt), dlfNUM Accounts duo at tho oloso of each C'Ikui-m'rulmiH-o- , toM. ,u4 1 karaiaviMl tftrMtiatse) Month, and prompt aottlo- cattle on the market loiuUtlog of calve, end Goocli in hi place. Three cheer lor Miller was iakiug, he wis round posting s sun, .n" waT aw. a. moa( required. the Knob man. We will roll up ft hand' yearling and two and . I Moxgr flroLi-w--O- n tr.lln Tneeilay, Mr J er than lat week. 3j THE IMPROVED MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATOR I PURIFIER j I, aj ;'H Will purify tlio foulest well or cistcm. Wiggles, worms or ter llco cnu not live in wells or cisterns wlicre tills Elevator used. Makes good water liclter. Can not possibly freeze up. er requires any priming. wood or iron tubing lo wear out or get out of repair. Will last ten years. clilld can draw water from a well. len a Heart What Your Neighbors Say About It. I a I J. It J. I. C, J. Wilt, WEAREK EVANS, Agents. FIRE CLAY CHIMNEYS OR FLUES Are much cheaper than brick flues, much wafer than Niuall brick Hues ami much , J. lighter than brick Hues, ami are therefore better for TUTTS PILLS! .I860: LIVER running flues from .second floors, ami for small houses the very thing. Any carpenter or ordinary mechanic can Net them up. For Salo by WEAKEN & EVANS, ai vitor. irnMronrv. A TORPID Stanford Xiy. laKNarAIVHItll TORPID LIVER. h NMANSH1P1 111 i.i ,..... MILLINERY GOODS. lrr ' yr, ' ?., Itarrou, SJS7. a J. N. DAVIS' for:r TUTT'S PILLS oixroiiiriirATX, o. YAltlETY ST011E. fi3 TUTT'S PILLS inpiia). lrprtUikilellir rftUtla. treaIng frr (. IOB IO! ICE! ! is rUaa A NoUd Divino says oxi: vvxv vat touxdi :''. Beat ale did not exceed 3o r pound. Calve brought II to $15 per bead; yearling $22 to $27, according lo quality. About 800 mountain and Ttnneece aheep aold at price ranging from $1 JO to $1.93 per head. Conalderable trade in plug hor-ae- n at $23 to $u0 each. More luulee on the market than ha Urn for aome lime, but light. Hun. demand iu some majority down Ihla way for him next Monday. Mr, Bob Farrleha new kind of ft vine, watermelon and turkey too. It produce He cut open a watermelon the other day, and It had young turkey in It when and how it got there, ia a mystery. The egg mutt have been planted In Ihe hill wllh he melon need, Ihtough mistake. touieviLLE. The market fur good ahlp-ptn- g cattle I about tn aame aa laat week; $1 lo $1.40, but lower gradea are lower in price. Brat butchera'. $3.o0 to $3.73; me- i'Iuui, $2.73 to 83.23; thin to common, $1, 23 lo $2.23 per cwL Hog ate not much in demand at $3.75 to $3.83 fur choice to butcher; fair lu good, $3j50 to $3.05; com-wo$2X0 lo $2.73. The aheep and lamb market l lmted, and price are c low Saturday night, Mr. lUmlill Belli, of Oarrard county, waa relurnlrg home frum Danvlllr,when he met a man near the iron brIJge on Ihe new pike leading from . He asked Mr. Belli Danville to If he had aeen ft loose horse oil Ihe road. Mr Belli told blul he had not, and before lie hail lime to aay any thing more, he pre aenled a pistol al Mr. Brills' head, and aalJ, "glr up your money, you d d old Utt them and his car IVayuJntrj fritnJt to halloo for BobMlt at the clow of Miller peecb, but the keen eye of Oooch observed the trick , and he posted aome of bis friends, and at the close of Miller's speech Ihe scattering voices of the Bobbllt men were drowned by a tremendous cheering for Oooch. As this Is our last letter before the election, we desire to say la brother Democrats all over the county, go to work uit (your shoulders lo Ihe wheel and give it a roll, and on Ihe first Monday In August, we will bury Bobbin so deep that llie rb.li man will net have to spend any mon. ey lo beat hliu In Ihe future. Bubbllt claims that money has kepi him out of what will bar his cicuhj Ihe after his defeat this timet Vote fur (touch hud you will ever be held In grateful by Ihe Wayntsburgers, TUTT'S PILLS. Mar f. I ITS. HOUr. , HAHUUW. wiNJiM, laiQUoiii-iAMIIAM jyrc". Tnelr trst ofsrt I to lacrosse lae Aesslllo, Mosfc. Ibss U.0 and csass tna nodj la T.k srslsm la Bsarlskse. and tr laelr Toals Ao tlmm mi is Miessllse Oranaa, Ueanlar aiesl sr prodscod. SPECIAL NOTICE S. A. MIDDLETON, Tunnel City. A Enillcw Variety of Sundry Article. DR. J. F, HAYWOOD, OF NEW YORK, SAYS- lNICE 21 CENTS. Nate York. See M Msrrnr wrssl, HF" Dr. TUTTS MANUALo VslssUs aud Uastsl tuoslDla" will Umsllmlics on sf ollrsitoa. SOLO l'AMll.Y NIIIM'I.V STOIII'. UlbOT,n4lbocllswao'Uoo,lb' I will pay tho highest market price la wbal I lra.br, osy kuasossrllilss ZSfiRX. for Staves la Cash or Trade In Oedtr - :V.7 rnces. al Hercnanatio at tne Tan Will also take good of Conn- bark, Lumber and all kinds COUNTRY PRODUCE tnr Produce. am scent for thecele- TUTT'S HAIR DYE. brated Fish I Wagons, which I Bros. ! mv. i.io-- i.v ' ' will exchange for 8tavs, 4c. I will ",;, w.a, Wiu U lit IHEML Wile hf a OM1 H'a- -' " '"" ITiJVl, 4VU lVWf k I?-"- aij M receive Staves delivered at Caldwells - Vrruli' 4 Ifftrilri tvt H"aJ i? lkU J ,,A,V?m..., Eubanks and Pulaski Btatloas. OrrrSf, S3 MumY St., Ntw York. I S.A. MIUULtrroK. EVEIYWMIIE, Flat-RailaaWefsfl ItstTsfcWtemf, -' $ffi22!l!Zi ' IjUJ-s- llt-li- a J $ $nlcrior journal. so: a.:ct:foxi:d, ky. 1, 1879. k Friday Morning, Angurt A Xtlrrit rnrntttl. Mr. J. L. llolconib, n gcntlemnn o( Kentucky, but who Iim been In Crittenden county, Oil Stale, lor several months, lells ui ol ft rather remarkable, though hanlljr unprecolcntetl, matrimonial affair which occurred In that county recently. Out from the line of the railroad and mIJo from any marki of eltlliia-tloother d n UN The nearest human habitation was a houso occupied by a Mrs. Oleun and two daughters, though, lf UTRS AND DEALERS IN pity tu say, the daughters wero not twins at the time of their birth, and MAI. A ! . a have not yet succeeded in attalulng tvl'rsl A somewhat extraordinary story Is firr1 Ifmtr llrriiln Harm Ihr Korlh QitnKr T C.I.H. that iKint. Mr. Itoeebcrry fell deeply 64 & 66 W. SECOND ST. ..., The recent earthquake at Virginia at present going tho round In medical Lt in love with Mrs. Glenn, and the two It is difficult in tho present day to City was not noticed at all in tho mm circles. A certain physician slates that CINCINNATI. Um( fell equally twins, Kobcrt and John, ntW rcatizo tho fact that wheat was at ono ing depths, but only by people on the on the 11th of February last his wife, Foreign and Oomsstlo dried and aa much so with the two daughters, cScC, canned Ftulta and Vegetables, timo unknown In America, yet prior surface. Their famous earthquake of while mixing somo meal for her fowls, The most Imngln Mary nml Rachel. Canned, dried and salt Fish. I r wiikis. to the discovery of this continent by some years ago, which shook down missed her wedding ring, and, after a SAMI WIMIIlWAItli, , iMMftsj Maasjf llml.Tt.trt Al t4aaf rtar ensued, Flckles, Sauces, Oils and Condiable wholesale Irftat ta alaal rs at asamtia aafrlatHMrnl Columbus, there was no cereal in chimneys, firewalls, cracked brick fruitless search, gave it up as lost. Tsaa al . rKHfa trMsM alatva. Soup atuirs, Oaklng Main Street, ments. Ky. Stanford, . r The old man and widow seemed de America approachlrg in naturo lo the t 4 at ana On tho 8th of April, while eating an W buildings, and did other damage, was Powders, ground &wtioleSplcea. MEDICAL ADVICf." co.Mr..Ni:i Tim:. voted to each other, and the younger Toilet and Laundry Soaps. wheat plant. It was not, observes the merely noticed by some of the miners egg at breakfast, the felt the spoon lartara HannaaaaX WMaahod, lOfsiN, m aa) tt, IkmaaMMsaitaMlfltM rajakarnsaa wero sufficiently so to marry, peoplo Beeds, JeUlea, Preserves, Fancy 1(U Ulaatrallsifla. sa4 lasaas aa iaa .dntfriftiii Miller, until 1 530 that wheat working in the upper levels, but It grate against something below tho nrn Iisaf saj ian LOU ISVI LLE >.S OUTH ER M Groceries and Orocera' Sundries. which they did on the same tlajr. found Its aaatnaa I a MF asa wart way into Mexico, and then did no damage, not even shaking yolk, and, on Investigation, found her AmU fta aaa b. ilaas iaa Tba A'ter the ceremonies the six happy only by chance. A slavo of Cortex down loose stones and earth. The riug fixed by membraneous adhesions Stock unparalleled in rir Wo will kcop forsalo n full Sitwisl a iafmimt Maal rraiaa af raaaf -raan aa '. aaaiasyr atparwwaaj aw taa RAILROAD LINE. taaaa IM arsr fivsaa, aaa rah la souls and the six happy lwdiea re aaj. aaia,aall found a few grains of wheat In a par- station men In the various shafts felt to the bottom of the erg. The egg, SEND rOft OUR "GROCERS' MANUAL" lino of tlio abovo goods, all NHwM isafaajtinat) W lMa4 W paal taraa Maalaw, Hag Mast rrtajfa, IM naSvta, paired to the residence of the husbands. laa aaaiisaai iraaatra fua aaata la aaai tniiNHiiiiiKiiMiiini. showed them to his It tho strongest, and the deepest point it Is stated, was of extra site, and was" cel of rice, and aai assfla aa. lmud-niad- o nnd of tho best "rnraiaM"Ckfilaa Pna m.raaa, IWvaf.arCaoa m a, aaa. tan aa hi Everything worked smoothly. Tho laid (he day before. Nature Is at all aW taat ICaaaanalaM ajaaataal all laMrta OLD AND RELIABLE. master, who ordered them to l plant- where it was noticed was by the aaattaaklfaaaavfwJviiaajMfaarBa.1 A4vafi ls Malta f J.mI, ISIS. Ca.mil Ea HaaJ. old man was very kind to his newly lHansry.lfH aiK Latata,!!- lMaaaa IM J material. ed. Tho icsult showed that wheat LrvtooRiroaJ t level of the times difficult tn understand, but I JDn. BAaroxsli at the J S ta a aa CrrnriatabvNawaDtaUra. AOtNTt .aaltat, I r IIIthaMa.1 particularly so to would mado daughters ,.ZJ T aa M a anasaa 99mm RTTTf ! thrivo well on Mexican soil; nnd Imperial Empire shaft 000 feet be freak Of this kind, If true, even bnt ia a Standard Family Remedy for v r aasa " laral.f ta4 sat UiImooi., (HI aaf laaasaraa aalaaai. taal ! a4 airnta, Itachel, the wife of his son John. Tho asH laara Iu one of the finest wheat valleys low the surface. tik fma.r0- - . ..an1 " lia . a. ( W. ftdfaalMH4 He said it felt like shines tho clever deceptions of Messrs. gducaaesot thoLrrcr.Btomach jft1 TTM. J " ria.brj kindness fnernued, and tho other nd Bowels. It U rarely 5i1 " nwiiir otr in tho world is near the Mexican Cap- n sudden faint throb or pulsation of Maskelyne and Cooke. lit ,h REPAIRING. PROF. HAnniS' RADICAL CURE n la,tilj.Krtu .. a at tasa aaa marveled one to tho other. J Vegetable. It never w " Ilia Mllrhrllahtre . ital. From Mexico tho cereal found the air, as though a blast had boon TOR 8PBMAT0RIin(EA. DeblhUtes It iVolllilnllliliiIiorrt'iilr. ,m lhum last mf Antiire, Tho old man oven disregarded the its way to Peru. Mario D'Escobnr, ua ll ss let off so.ncwhcre at a distance, above, , Iiir In our llm it llli ncaliiewi "SEMINAL PASTILLE'' At Hn II. JMU .IIBlfnllM " How beautifully does tho law of pro wishes of his wife, and Rachel snuflcd Ukm -x 1a.laaallJaMtlia wife of Don Diego do Chauves, carri- below, or in somo indefinite direction. .. . I all Mitr Ualoilto. portion run through all the bandi her Grecian niwc at her Ilomin-niiaeIN " M " taMai nml ill"iMl('li. An experience ol artaata ed n few grains to Limn, which were avW. husband. One morning, about tno planted, tho entiro product being u:cd In somo of the mines the shock was works of God! Those things which avtssaa more llimi a iimirler oTn renin. CVMiHl.ail.a.aJaalHMIi)iC1lr .liatlamli. not noticed at all, even by station are the most useful we every where ramnai Cat al aaO fruM laia.lltr. at vita Mar weeks nftrr tho marriage, tho family WaMatat lana at fur seed fir several successive crops. men. Commenting on this peculiar kp la aaj InM lt.inl.ltfrt; al lhaiMa. vita M.aMi ry In our liiislnrw. enalileia iim (o tiwalaawy al taa aaip tMrawt wajr, find the most common. How cheap Is of several division discovered that tho lifts t tlsaMNIMU ir npliaasmm m laa ma. laaaJfraila(S.U. C.iarl'IUlll, tUmUk A aial llhrr.tKir( at l.4aa. J.artkM. .Ita trail. At Quito, Eucndor, n monk of the fact nt tlio timo, the Gold Hill AVim Aaaawiataan, proiulxc our eii(oincrH Hie liewl ttrrt. Wa.lv at ISJ4 alaakla,Na.li.tlla al old man and Rachel had gone. Searchthat mighty ageucy. It is but Vaaialaai VlakB Blaal VraikraTiaa V. Order of St. Francis, by tlio namo of remarked that the earthquako seemed steain. w ll at U K. IL No.lk.J al .ajwltail M aaaa aj twtavi laaaaiaaatar a aa water, the most plentiful material ing, and not being nblo to find them, illaad uorli. Wo Iim e no t only "come as fatarr afa'ttrk rrwaiain iUland, atafaaW a W)IN lalrrai.dl.lallal, Lal.,lll, altk4 I.. U'l, lk tW aalsaat Fray Jodosi Itixi, introduced n new lo he nil electrical disturbance, pro aaJJ, M a I ll.ll.lk.nli. U4,.IM. taal aoaa iilaattnat r sattut a laiaa but learning from a ferryman that cereal; given luman. Suppose our iron mines JwbI akaiiJ asaj aaaaj tW astaal a.aa t lo Hlny,' bill nrt liere nml eiin'l nod it is said that tho jnr ceeding from the atmosphere, and not TRAI.satmlMIMiUTII. wero changed for gold mines, and they had crossed tho river into Ten- which contained the seeds Is still eel auiij-- . Ghc iim n mil. pie- - from tho depths of tho earth. Tiflfii riVe rtrta, could thousands of the prefOIi nessee, the family returned. I'retty ) a tan at prtamaVa M ava4rtau, (W, aa4 laa served by tho monks of Quito. Wheat J. t ItyaJ. tl, 1ra ail mn mIi ataaaaifmtt a baataaaaia aaa soon nn intimacy sprang up between cious metal compensate the world for .Waavat Vlr, satf aaaa A German naturalist, Herr L?. Maalml was introduced into the present limits . a. 5.J...At .IKrMIU aa a as l.HT(t..ia the loss of iron ? What could make Mary's itusltaml, and the old Sl - sS Robert. lTa .4, m raa tM aaa has, says the Cotoniei and In a St aaa of the United States tiiitciiiinuif-ousl- y Ar. 1!..!.. faa. faaaabaaa SB) " good the loss mankind would suiler lady, Tlio old lady was so wise, and Lf. UHtk.H ifamiw r' .l.t. with the settlement of the cmiu- - dia newspaper, recently been making Ar. Itbk . tsa - . MtiafsssMian. aaaraata ikal tt ( bad such broad experience, that Roba ataa cxperlnieiils with the tropical fruit were our Immeuie and unexplored AaoHaaLaLaaaaToV la a - asaaid aa I.asIh larva aaaaita a.aaaa sx4 fMMlkNil. ..fclaat HkkaMA4. alia tlataa la aias4 try by tho Lnglish and Dutch. a Ar saaful aatHH fields of coal to be changed into ilia ert never grew tired of profiting by . aa aaaaalaaa I al. Ir.lar Ar t known at the pawpaw (fcn'oi pajxiya;) M.aaMJMHr,(..MMW. 4 la,., wttas sar,a. Neuraixiia. Fur Ibis dutre&dng tho juice of which is found tn possess mond? Wc can eat bread without her counsel. Another disaster, Robert I . I'DI.I.HVX I'AI.VCi: CUM, fc 4ka M. g, aaaVsarl and the old lady ran away, leaving malady Ihero is a very simplo and tho curious property when lioiled with buttcr.but butler without bread would -- tUTiltllT UIAMII,-A- ra .. r. .a,, valval as. H, , tvra aasaitva, aM a aa4 Naar run Tiibii and Mary, ttlio, seeing, as they efficient remedy. Wo luivo tried it tough meat -. w. a? wl.a.i a. .VK.-iV- J a very poor diet. aHa Urlaana. batwaan Columbua. O.. aadNaah. of rendering it tender. If le It DlUCniOMnfw4siiillMaa. via Mllatu UmclnnattanU U tMJX. alllatlxiulaitllaanil Naalialllai Iulatllta wero nut blind, that th:y were left with uniform success, bui uo have the unripe fruit he placed in Iho ! altU li na raa4lt and MontaoinarTt tiulavllla anil Uttla Dr. Samuel Johnson had n gruff M llpck.aU UcoiphUt Ijoulavllta anJlluni alone, clasped themselves in loving rarely found n sufferer who would Icr in which the toughest meat is tn lie a W raat r4 to aarlatf . TIiIm cut the "Cort. !' boldt,Tauu. aa at embrace, for it teemed that they had make a thorough use of it. It is so cooked, it is found to effectually soften way of telling Iho truth. His praise Wb-oilMasafttNttaa aaM land." rinlform Nprlac Tar laSiraiatkM. TtclH. la Ibr tit b. Kaa. was apt lo lie very light, but his blame loved each other from the first. Did simple that most peoplo prefer to rtTcry stTHu, Mlrong and HARRIS RCMEDY CO.MrC CHtKUTS. Ma, IVbirk a.4 ,ladaraal lut, ' u ItttJa. At. Liver! MafUl and Alt Sit. it and render it perfectly digestible; was heavy enough to mako 8T. LOUIS. MO. I". A tUnltl, luiSlrlu,lr itlm ran. aa4 Tl.trt All , Tor farm, up fur it IR'aPi comforlnble iracon InrigoratorS they stay on the farm? No, sir. suffer than to try it. It is this : Get and the same results are observed if Ural 5v-- ; ImiU.IIU t Ins been nsedj era' ne. CnpncllyforoBeloNlx There wero women preachers (n his There is a mortgage on it. They a piece of the common MniXII III KIM'S. I tiio meat lw merely washed with the my practices pernonH. Jnat Ibo thins for day ako, and his analysis of their packed up and, according to the ferry-ina- and every hour or so bite otl a piece juice TAKE TUE of tho fruit. The. thick, while, br tho imblie.2 eomrort nt amnll exponas. apparent success is well worth consid as big as a pen and snnllow it. If milky, went over to Tennessee. moro tlian 35 mm 8ond for-- Cutiilotruo. or rather creamy juice, when ering, though a century and a lialf jlfja' with unprecedented results.'' ECoveott, IFUolcl tJ Oo IIHY. . more convenient, nash it down with extracted from the unripe pawpaw, in have , ,inco h Boh aswla, UIUUTUX1, ioir bom People riri- - Untie. T. i,'--- SEND FOR CIRCULAR kCt ,.si water; or tlissolvo half n drachni of fact, contains A breach of politeness, and one properties similar to I he said, s mono, ii.d., iSkf SfiffigK Tin: "a woman preaching is like a h.i.rt. the sal ammoniac In an ounco of wathose of pepsine, and it is possible which is most annoying to refined and J UIMCacuraiuTluiaclTattrttltial. THE GENUINE SINGER CENTRAL BOUTS GEEAT ter and tako a tablcspoonful every that may be susceptiblo of chemical dog walking on his hind legs it is not LUT1 sensitive people, is the very general it done well, but you are surprised to find thrco minutes or so. An preparations and become a valuable it done practice of interrupting one's converat all." can do no harm, nor is the substance medicine, 42. irji'jt rti.v. i.r.wimvBd.KiciiMn.Mi. wash sation. The impunity with which this IMITOX, HH.TIMOItK, rillLAUKI.rillA, especially disagreeable to take. In is ilonij has degraded rational converTo Curb Burns. A speedy cure hW OEk; thTt.K1Hr.ll. JlUEIVLK the- The boy stood on from ono to thrco hours relief will be sation, which ought to bo the greatest VAMIU.K. UAI.IHUII, UKlMSBOKU, for burns from SAVE MONEY. or from An Act to tako tho sonso of tho peo Above eat alioun tlio Axlo of s obtained, in .V. of tho coses. fence whence all hut him bad fled, the plo of this Stato as to tho t. SAU.1BIHV, WIL)llMITO.. charm of social intercourse, into a tbe "JACIfSOX" Fnrm any cause: Wet a cloth aud sprinkle VIIAKUITTK, Oil' UULMtOKO, proprfoty of calling a Why peoplo wout try this simplo rem- flames that lit hia father's lorn shone IbeTrim ornlrenctli-ralBc-ro- d farce. A man or woman who has anyfuer, auci.t-iTii.avuixta, just above the shed. Ono bunch of upon it a liberal allowance of bicar Convontion to edy, after being told of it by ono who HA ntlnrlimcnt. AVIIIi thing to say that is worth saying, debonate of soda (common cooking soda) TA, MAWS, JAVI.MIMll.Lr, has tried it, is to us a wonder, but so crackers in jiis hand, two others iu his thin rod enrh Axln Im moro ThaMnavr MaRwfaHntintfthjitiiMiir.at lla latin REVISE THE CONSTITUTION. sires to say it in his or her gwn way; H.A , AMI Al.t. rulSTS IS cau lint, with piteous accents loud he cried, and bind it anund the wound. This tbaadonblcdlnMlreiiclli. Get Hjialitifisvln Iutlkbkfaislm lbraul Vox I'opuii. it is. lai lis raaalng aiU rtff aril T1IK ATIJI.STIC XTATI.S. and those who have brains tn appre will speedily relieve the smart and m a Jackaon ircon nntl jonnlll "I never thought of that II' A bunch WiiEiRaM, It It rrivrtvolttl la the (.tivnl Ah Senator Chandbr said to a Boston never bo troubled with break, ciate it, will Iks equally desirous of burn. It is a harmless and thorough Motif that uub? uMheicuuilHnieDiof ihUCoui FA8SEN0ERS TORTIIE NORTHEAST of crackers lo tho tail uf one small moDWffsJlh that bearing it without interruption. Yet IVarWer correspondent: "Many years dog he'd If no cloth can pointful out doffii! btllv rtlllnf rijaptknr ha ace. a IvDtrnliMi IsMfterrwhr uf ran NinbaTlfkr.l all rill, fla tied ; the dog in anguish ly efficient remedy. lrleca, liiclnd In Mprlns seat fai.i:ATiA'i.i:it':..iMiiTi:s villi 1h fUwofauicndlog lhtlitUuUoatf thU is a common thing for a parlor con- ago I determined to lake a course of it sought tho barn, nml mid its ruins died. be bad promptly, wet the burn and eutsn Ihtretort: wi:ik.3)iu k ir.isifnro.v, mtri- aad patent brake: tVo. t. b U tmaetfj tjr th (Jtmermt AueU mf Ik versation to partake mora of the babble training in boxing, and I employed MURK AMI rilllUlll:i.rillA. (bMMkMsrMiV . mf KtmtMtltt. That II fcliill U Tho sparks flew wide and red and hot, sprinkle some of the dry soda upon It, slutjr 8 3-- 1 In 72 SO An J on trfisialaaNlt antlajalri T nut fret irllra of lb in J olbcr rr turning olfirrn, of Ilabcl than a conversation among one of tlio beet trainers in tho country, they lit upon that brat ; they fired tho iinir nwnuit iiwir, 75 OO Itstncit rertTtt vlrriiofs to r ht M fur lLirMn. 3 In .. rational beings, who aro supposed to the man who trained Ilecnau for his An Indiana Marriage Servicc Utltafler ItMptusuiouftltli Art, toroof 3 1- -1 In 78 OO ftr, aoJ luakairrturu to tli sNrrrUrr crackers in his baud and eke those In Put Oil VIA . Tho Marion (InJ.) Dtwoeral says lor thctiiu brinr. ol lb naumof all rtllirna rn 3 In 85 OO Willlooao, In and cloio to towns. know and appreciate what each other famous pnxo fight beforo the War. 1 his hat. Then camtf a burst of rattling liitea iotoi lor KrprpMFtitaiirpa vim haft toii lilt MUCIN ll AMI HUH IHIMINHIX KTKAMI US. XXowott.Z'lolcIdl Ock, tailing a Kankakee has a Justice who beats torrW. 1. lis Cbnvrrulon. to prompt paying partioi, nt (A says. One begins to relate an inci- was under this man's chargo for at sound the boy I Whero WOISTBUJS. KZ. " SsaaU, Ufmrtkff ttrtt. That anr aherlif or was ho gone f bUblr.T.IUibiu.J.I llliU TU, NaaSir, down and $0 a month until to dent, and before he has finished two least six mouths, and in that time Ask the winds that far around strewed them all in the way of doing up a job tber iTturDlnf otfiopr, Jallltig tb jsrrWiH tk ilutr 1 andajr aud ITUar Aral wrllon ot amtrillnt t tbroltonaii tho machine ia paid for. became quite an adept in using my tbla Art. aball auhjort to a Sn of alt bunaiml sentences somo parrot in fine clothes I'llll NKW TOUK bits of meat and bone, ami scraps of of matrimonial splicing with neatness doJUra. to la U rrcofrrnl br ludltliuttU by uuj arranJ Jurr In anr rourl haTlnkt iurlsmllrliun iltn- muscle, chimes in with her senseless gabble, fists. I got up n This is his formula : clothes and balls and tups and nails and dispatch. Milt Tllk MIUTIII.AHr f.aiHlaUHi li aubjort, oii tontlrtlwfi of itirh Nrtltrt. OH iaj liiJln fwuaUHlljr oat breaking the thread of discourso and and havo preserved it to this day. No and hooks and "Hnve 'er t" laiiur. .io rrtuovai iruui omcew hainj (Mitailal UhLaMMsJ llk thallMuvMit Air l.lna yarn, the relics of the Ht. BU further rmtcUJ. Tbat It thill bst th In the Senate suspects that 1 ainl tKa.lUuiklMat Uisaf.lW all hunibrfn AlcomK'lling dull- of thartMraiary of Mat tn bave alrrtilat the narrator to begin person "Yes." dreadful boy that burned his father's Till-- KIN MHt MTU 4tl, lan Ir IVIuta. luia Art in macoiuiunaor or wrraijr n?Mrttr XI ItaaillW, kf again or nlumlon the attempt to in- am a boxer, or Hint I can striko a barn. a A O hll.AUI-.lilmn (Ihrlauall d.llr al "Havo'imr" liiarrrr rouatf of thUKlata, fr vo) rotuarrHtlrc Springfield Union. vikalwmrtlUU'lr rwraJliia'iha rlrrtlwu brrvlu. lull. M.rotumllittfal Matlntmi villi I irra struct or entertain. This is tho gross blow uf Iron, but, If I am eer avail "Yes." Iralua tiar llw lMatsHuia.ssBi-- IWaLkila nJltidltuia anJ la eio lb dIlr iiwiafr In lb rlir oJ OtHJoutt ranTaaarra vaulM rtrrjnlirtr. St wflbn Albfhanj Munntalnaantl lha ttllta in ba LuUflll lor ihltir dajt huniMiaUly rtr0lnc Lb f est impoliteness ; but it is as common ed, my assailant will discover that I "Married: $2." Weston'b Walk. The longest dis y tb rUctbHi. J'rvriJfii sWwrrrr, Tbrra la ik 1hnuliTtrhriaCuraalc vCl at all r.arlal iiuinta In aujr otMortumrouutlravf jaaaTf thUlM an occurrence as conversation Itself. can defend myself without rcortiiig tance ever mado in a six day's walking awovraltb Iu which aall aslTrrllMiuriit rau ral, huclh. Huulb, Ural, horlbft aiJ liuutb w.tlj In lilall al lit alaut Hlrrrt, ((lllamMi ijie4 or all kiiMj aro now very BiaJ. It It wsklehUdulr lobar jlt a ptloltM .. It Is hardly toojnuch to say that nino to weapons. match 050 miles was accomplished lMiaa) al tlraiwl Hvirlanalnn ('. A ll MMiurra, v of aaltk bill, labcuJUtl frui, at Ilia 111. IV a IE Ill.U'aillt troublesome, tml IiouM be carefully soj tottulls. lr at lVal two rou out of every ten people who indulge V M DAKI.KV, (I V, A T. A, John Newton onco said: "I me the by Edward Weston, the well known artutlra wrfcairfcrJliii alj tWIUa H f. A., UktaiuouJ, Va. guarded ay a in l. lunggois are 8e. 4. it it Jmrtlur ruarW. That lh labile it in this habit ore incapable of car- world in tno heaps ono of human pedestrian, in the contest for tho chamVI., On, (I. Sim Frlauraball, uounaarraia iaf or ltwt, Ill Walnut. fuuml upon the nheep. npnly (ar ami itn thouaaatitvlnaf tbla Art aikl Jrlltrr wiut Ibew rying on a rational conversation on happiness and ouo of misery. Now, pionship of the world. Tho beat tothaVrrNary vftftat. who aliall ivual iTriilv-- j co4j of tho aajit rlrtk of lit roual any turful topic, and they indulgo in if I can take but the smallest bit from previous record was made by Weston's grease (rancid butler or lanl) to tlio court (MMibcouutf In to thoStato it tho tiiuo of tho Ibe theto breaches of etiquette by way of tho second heap and add tn the first, opponent, Brown, in April lust, when art, nnd clip oft tlie wool closely. WwaiJIng aballArlao tb llrovrajlu AmmiU aul la n .I'liri'lrlarrertaUs Mttcr anil powerful KENTUCKY CENTRAL tlrllvrr tlio aherilfa of toiili mill warranted n antiHlr anil Carbolic slieepdip aud other preparn-tioi- 8 ulJ tier ka rouolloa. huui covering tlnir retreat and biding their I carry, a point. If, ns I go home, tbtlrarral lain cum for Kavrr anU Asuw, hills a ho covered 5 12 J miles. In tno last tho IVnr, liitfriiilllrnt ur( Mil Keer, uml Hc A. tUJHrmHl, Thai II ahall Uo of carbolic acid may bo used to duly of or JuJtftw foihliullnif Iho ajij n Never interrupt a Ignorance. mltlm! Futcr, DuiiiIi Affile, Periodical child has drnpicd a half penny , nnd contest Brown brokodonn on the third Im IIuii lo pnttuuu goitrral ilktlm tu rai h to by interjecting remarks, If by giviug ituunlher I wipe trr tholollooliif liuorrutfalurri Ih tf ou olo Ut or lllllona I'etrr, ami all malarial lla day, and made, iu all, only 453 miles. prevent attacki. nnny its In luloaiiulla dl.trlcn. tlio ranlil rmlllnit a tVviiilut ittjtut f ' aQt If bo anaorra In unlt'ra. DEPOT: FOOT OF SHORT ST., however appropriate and witty they tears, I feci that I have douo ixuttHl toitirutt. tlilmt. laaaUudtf. loaa ot jiil tho atoruiallTO, hla naiuo ahall bo rwvrji aa some- Weston's daily record's wero respecA man would never think of start toted lur ralllus a Cbaveatloii u,,H'iiin, i .tin In tho Lack anil loins, cold. . may seem. All sensible peoplo will thing. I should bo glad, indeed, to tively 123, 07, 93 77, 83 and 77 miles. Ing JUjmttftmd4iJ, lhai It aball I Use n a. i ma soiiio and extrciultlea, and only ara oil a i u turner Journey without duly of tbo aaarMura of ! lo owu a ruJuiun Iu LEXINGTON, KY. . a thgfr awswufa' hooka an J enroll l herr In lb iiauto Iwmoiiitlona tit aerercr ajuiptoiua which respect ou, and conclude that you do great things, but I will not neg Tho cause of infidelity lien priqiari- - carefully packtog hu trunk. And orb tiilastt eaUllod to Vvlo lor ltrtrtnUtlfo lv hltfU tc vr tho astui iiaruxyam. auccccdtxl ami irofuu have good sense and know how to uso lect such little ones as this." Such or ibiv; ana iuy anaii uo gom ntm iu an aw a, in wbola eutlllnl lo vote, by Iho laa ly In the total depravity of the human yet many a man lets hi whole life it to the beat advantage. Ihon lu lo orvvrnt llWal toiIuk, Ind Ihla ll It a lUrtlliiff fact, that quinine, ainculc, littlo offices lio within the sphcroof race, theologically speaking, hattd. ahall lo a nil I1AII.V which Up away, and when tho lime cou.ch uoluiuu. orllltn la a lailr and llXOlUT Mi.MIAY. oihr jKiiaoiioua tuluerau form tlio baaU liaitsusiillsMl. with the tuwassuiV Luoka. lo Iho Aud' Domestic TnuNutit Stoiims. Not every one. NEW Ulug construed into plain Eugliab, to take the longer journey, find that llor. ohuahall luakooul a ionr thrrvof. aisd ii uf uimt "of lli "KeYfT ami Airua l'rritara a " "SvruiM." aiul Ilsslia Hluts Ton. imwII Iboaautolu theoMrooMhorVrrt'lary ofHtalo many lovers, I suppose, have found In squads of twos and three small means their ignorance, weakness and ho has not even procured a trunk to lor tho ui 11 Hf, b ahall Irauwult thoaauie it HU, III1UU lUUKei, Tim nreiKiralliina iiituM from theM CINCINNATI TIME. imUoiis, althuujfh they oho aro that their wedded hfo answered quitu boismay bo seen tery early on Sun undeveloped condition gcuerslly, from pack any thing hi. aud that If he hail tbouat Lrglalaluroaaallat of Ibonoorder that W- am it&UuMi,mineral may WHEELER & VIISOII Iho illi 11 Itjvolo fur KprtwiUIIt, lu and trcak the do LrcUlaluroiuar bavo lb usraualuaMvrialn obclb- - not nir, l)Ut Iinivo tliu uularlal ami tlitir to the dreams of their courtship not day morning tramping out Into tho which nil sin and sorrow flow; but one he has nothing to put Into It, DECEMBEIl 20, 1S7S. a atajorliy ol Iho tlllavuaoftho Wale, eutllkd rt uwti ilnirf tuluu In tho ajatfiu, .roJuciu to vote lur IteorioAulailvM bailug vold foratu quite, mine didn't. Yet who would country in search of green apples and practically and directly it springs in " iiiuUiu, ilixzlnenn. rinjetng tn the head vrotloa, T.Y Aa. Ta. a . rttrlljsu. aud utm.r ill4orJer ban. for mure When tho Federal government bee Dt II farikft raorfnl. iballiahai lit licar'ar TlltlNH. LKilau'M Laaiau'a enter a complaint against heaven be- dowberriui. They can bo wen ilip In some of Its most hurtful forms from duly ol wtih awn or of lai. olo ahall bo lu oithe inl.UUe than tho ilidcana they were iutemlwl -- is AviciTs 10 aJiiaMi or to turn. Q Iliirftinatl t.su. SluamSSUpum Aciau Aau Cvnie thoroughly cause May does not quite match with ping dowu luck alleys at even tide, tho very source that ought to build move4 Into town to tako chargo of la luo year laiv.uauooaaisoaiiiii go In lure a jiMllreof tbo I w p u.HW a Iho iaswap'ool tbla Art, to I1imIuiiI DCDCCnT a Lilt rniiDi ETC thvno noxloiu jUoni from thu aia u k. . a, lalu a ail l v M tl.y.illHi Ai.viui October? If my experience can hoof with their bauds clused across their up and not destroy the clement of election, through Its deputies, and to lavtu'oand tako Ibo lolluolltitoallii ! do alum a I altani a nana tl.& u. .. ii.iiii.ui wnuuuiTri a wear i 0111, to iu ovai 01 Cluluii.ll lull! IU. m iw a win ia j. m Ibo Muuibrf any use I think a thunder storm, so it aching stomachs, iiiipcudcr bullous faith tho doctrines of the theologi- make them "fair and honest," It so falrlr .uJuo' Sr l1",1 SW,M '"J!1" luauwal dclUto lutliiit, KEVE CET3 OUT OF OP.DES. at Juliawiui lecti a beautiful lot of men to guard IbodlalrUlla obkb I wasollb uy Utk, lUa at H.. . , oiiiui,,), M.tr.iilb U7V, audrrisutt tboaaisie, was not to do mischief, may somo gone aud probably a iriiou uf tho ans. kuuvv iia ixr ulo Sunday Afternoon. Q I saillabrBjMrtf I4inlv liinirv, latitat it law a tltaarsuui us bo Sralday ol Way, lTV. aaaraaurof tat. Ufttr t the purity of tho ballot-bo(liHluu.tl r itraarvuBrclalur bl, bulla au4 lb times clear the atmosphere under tho scat of (heir trouscrloons left in the two. S. V il farther of Ina (rum tllawua tu twloru llio atUik. rW, 1 bat ho a lat may, and Ibey aro hereby ri'sulred to, AGENTS WANTED Q a nllu. Ilulua Cb.lra wt tlw lauail 'a! Urn. It has been calculated that if a sinon oalb. aoy pwrauu lu trlallou to bla tlybt to roof about as well as it does outaidc. teeth of some farmer's rabid canine. iu xvaar itjwa and ouiiurr. O DtiuiUtrm fWlrrtftv II. I'. llAMWIU.IInu'ral riitrl l,rul. vole tor !trrewuialivra, gle grain of wheat produces fifty hn be baad'tuhiaa to I'i For IiLhf'r Coilltilalnta. Avru'a Aiiith And to suro I am of Its blessing that ua. tVtlust4ia, ky illrnt wtiou on Ihu Ihtr auJ UI. At UarnMUbvrgtlCjr , Um vlTrrlUruiriil iinri hUrlnht tatotoi aud anr Imtmju oho aball kuow Q aud Ugly A young man died in Ding grains iu one year's growth, and those la tbUpaiwr, Uouoof I be oldest au4 uoat ceUUa litereoia oar blwly UCuro the lnwfir w ii ahall lure i,ratu,, ilrlvra out the mlun whir It 8JVDIM1& Wilton Mfg. Co.O when I bear people say they have iu boiwuvuiwi. auau imuijuj teUliislllullouaiorlbooduralloaofoooMrN lu Ibo I.bIh.-- i Ihw nuualnta, aiul atlutulaUa tliu Many tf IsWtnuat atrouiIUIial an4 urlul saiuaaiMl ixuaiiisooiiiiornwooi ierjurr last week from tho effects of ami . succeeding crops bo planted and tat ;.l,uiuiit Itfuruua, liuultlijr cuuiUtluu. iourih suit r. lived together five and twenty years bamptou . Q rv vouieoei IberooNiry iiaiuiii mu priuoaa ineir inn iu AGENT WANTED I a tJai about yield iroportionateIy. tho produce of i ai vmvmxATi, o. O tuir daKiwa fciii and never bad the least diflerence, I swallowing a silver .. w laaaiurir V umwvru vj nnu il ia israuuiyii uorraut It nhtu taktu actonllug tu to VCar WUUIU BUIUCU W pUI'pir All MlualHM tlails( na nana,Uia(lHHprllwta avn IU.tumj u jmtlArv wmrt4 llsatliaiutlllaf IM ni ii iwe. V three weeks ago. Ho was tossing the .. ." iasJi t ltrilkna. vroudcr if they have not bad a great .. u aurrmn4aj hf uuir Miaaiuuia iu prim ara wu4rJ An AgMit vaalrd In irrara rrjr row If ItrllalW. 4vlrfait,lnatMilb,rUlitliau4blullia4(luua uf ! ndtsraJkfulrrKUna4ln bwr ilood tu VM Inifllliiitst, tsjaitua deal of iadifference. It Li the lesson coin in the air aud catching it in his tllO lllhaultanlS Of the Carltl ibr O life naa catu wwrn in nfai au4iirllir Proprred by Dr. iMUiuilva. iniaru luiiavwJUivJjr ofMalIlaaai,i lliun yvrntlf, lbisvvaKnrB fcatirair mwl II J. C. Ayer & Co., llsvuiUII hmrviiry AMICAUSOXADOIIIKS. alraU lu WaiutauJ ariiuauttil Launrv au4Ua Venn th08ini?IO L'rilln lLaa.uJ.rJUll'r.u.laaJUalLaa. auJiLai.aMialaut ) lr lbIn I tin rouuljr rarilad to learn, too, through our mouth, to amuse a child, when It lodg- tlmO. we bavo WeUall I'ruitlrAI ami Almljllr.l lliaul.la, I! ' aa It Baartwrrlvflwlfiva all tlsnaurruuiMlliiar iiib,h latrauaisilt luvin tWlhwitlimtU iHmmilil. It 1 ti luivuuMtluu nlib aatwtautp or nilll n by itn ii lilt JvllVWaal b IbrUl. niia iiaiiv avuui.ii'iiini iieciit Oi4 Ht fcfiuiMar, saddest and most painful bereave- ed in his throat and passed iuto his tslll la aii.nv,' niaiva, writ nawttUb lla uiiliJa inii air iim tnlb aaaraauraWlax lur Ibn irar - t, aujr guu4 agaisl, fetultabW br aivry ivuiilv in b Lowell, Man, Mill lii ai4 aiilnt 4 total. Ai4rvaa J U.IHAI'MAN, stomach. 025,000,000 timei. Robert Co) Iyer. AtL4. ments, Afpraa Januarr At, lb aoLD ar ati. DarauiiTa BTsarvasas. mrnia am II 2t HEHTUCKY. bTANI'OKD. Wtal it Ma4lMD, laL ven. marka m llUlclineated, in lad, dato on that they are m it lialf-woan ancient coin there lived old man ltoseburyand two sons, twins. The age of the old man Is rather doubtful, but It Is believed br bis near neigh bors, the nearest of whom are within a stone's throw that Is, If the stone can be thrown a mile and a half that be Is about fifty. The sons, lielng twins, are nbout the same age, twenty-se- J ill II KiMir III Hilliir. A remarkable meteorological phenomenon was observed In several places In this city on Frldrfy afternoon. About 5 o'clock flakes of falling snow were seen by many, who could hardly credit their senses. Sergeant IViyd, of the Signal Service, happened to bo out at the time, and canght several of the flakes on his sleeve. 1 lo rays such a thing might not occur again In a hundred years. Ho explains It tn this way ! Artificial snow may bo formed in a dry room, tho air of which has become saturated with moisture from breath or any cause, by suddenly ad mitting a current of cold dry air. A little before 5 o'clock a cloud was observed rising from the South. At tho same time another rose from the The current ol wind Northwest. which bore this along was cold, while tho opposing current was warm and saturated- with vapor. Theso two intermingled, and the f fleet was to form crystals of snow. The preceding heat and dryness of the day also helped to produce this result. The barometer was very low at the time, and the thermometer dropped fifteen degrees from 85 degrees lo CO in ten minutes degrees. Tho minimum temperature Friday night was 27 degrees. This sudden change; was no less remarkable than the snow flakes, n ftmnnrr, Haiti Knnnoli A romantic tale, how true we can not lay, Is told of tho late Prince Imperial, which, serves lo explain thoun-uiua- ! grief betrayed by tho royal family at the untimely death of the young Tho Prince, so goea the Napoleon. story, was passionately In lovo with the Princess lleatrlee, and at a ball one memorable night, in tho Interval between the dances, she said i "I had rather see you in a battle-fiel- d than In n quadrille," Her wish was law to he went to htm, nnd to tho batlle-ficl- d On parting with provo his devotion, tho Queen she placed a diamond rlcg upon his finger, and it may bo that he hen then revealed his heart' secret at length the news came that the fair scion of a noble houso had licen slain by the savage assegai, the Princess was ovcrcomo with grief nnd remained long insensible, while Victoria's visit to tho Empress was marked by the most profound tokens of sorrow. The Prince of Wales said of the murdered Napoleon, "I loved him as a brother." There Is much to corrobo- rate the story which, if true, will cast only deeper regard over Iho memory of one whoso life was so full of prom ise, nnd, alas, was blighted so soon. Boston Traveller, fir Hucrinuni noticed," said Dr. Franklin, "a mechanic among others, at work on a house erecting but a little way from my office, who always appeared to bo in a merry humor, who had a kind word and cheerful smile for every ono he met. Let the day bo ever tocold, gloomy or sunless, a happy smile danced liko a sunbeam on his cheerful Meeting him one morn countenance. ing, I asked him to tell mo tho secret of his happy flow of spirits, My se cret, doctor, he replied, 'is that have got one of the best of wivci, and when I go to work she always has a kind word of encouragement for me. and when I go home she meets mo with a smile and a kiss, and then tea Is sure to lie ready, and she has done so many littlo things through (lie day to please roc, that I can not find it in my heart to speak an unkind word to any body. What an Influence, then, hath woman over the heart of man, to soften it and make it the fountains of cheerful and pure emotions I Speak gently, then, a happy smile nnd a kind word of greeting, after the toils of the day are over, cost nothing and go far toward making a homo happy and peaceful. Hcn-StT- - xrntar mimoiM. "I Th lows rUII rWrf Mtnnfant. fur iHlSw. .... JW A , sr t i 4 A NO. 1 FAltM rOIt SALK. ii ai OPIUM! a,iWafM,I.UMll woriiMiCfcrtOi vmm ssw rw t NtMMMt it mtmm 1 It Mfltiwtari, rtrNo. I, SUMMKR SOIIKDULK. IN IUvn,fttMwillrtw. CWIW.... Ml, 1 li. Iml tilth IWofl, Hfn4 .....M.lft0 IjlftU. Whtt,nrlrllm.. M nffWw m Hwiif Fwwit nllrT.ra... .....lww l'iarv.,,.1 nwrn Kncir ..t)WH .tia . ..Me -. , Ilfltflkf drtfrwttvp-- l f ftAT Wft. I ofTrfMfi At tUX firm, ifrUWHi KHIim-TWitrsntil 0 Wl hlUn FNttk,lff IMNM rminl ItirHlnWIrW rttfvn, ML I T'' p mUlMWMM Will mm ft HIV rmttttr Ml fiftr rr "-W rural i nMl if OH) mas iTj.CVw'til ,10c . 111 ISQgnK Ital.Mnr IVll.. . ISIS VWrir.. . .fl.S4 IVr. T lfTtl JS1M JOMffA. Oxl, iMUttr.1 .. tKt llJ wails. Mm4 IH" EFFECT APRIL 27th, 1079. TIMINM Itffltlfl) ... . XMlit Hasrhil, IU hu, "TI t J o "eiwrtsiiiT IT? M TMMAH K riiTtflXR IjiHlnrHle, IJMWl,ltHil.lfTI Unl ..-..- .. . 4 KENTUCKY NOVELTY MILLS.1 XKII tlliAI. WUX. IIM ' tktn. ii,liMHml UmL oar I'HI SIIKI) U lit nnaamlaal anl nalrllbMia, .11810 MIHIIlllvalMtaiiMni aM Vrlafa a Saa afc.f mat thin aar lefA t tat, HwniaWfn.lM kf lrhalafaa.1 arak frnV,.. tan .IV SSNiTtnal. IMinkWiM UIIIM rfi. Hit- ...... .. .M rlr tMr.. 8 IMCOo Itallcr ... rut,, MBAI. ToMr,rrW4-J.I"Vil).- iwvi Wknl, K alAtM .a MM aM Hif .M h , CJ9 W rs4,aa4 af aatthlMl UarJMt t MiIlrlla. OS M rHwala Yum, t jQJ? S f kai IMiilf kmm bs4 shm M (MMlUtfcaaa frlttis),! fcrsxiu 4 PaMsBla IHSIISIS, ti f'f Qtl ItJ SC TTZ . pH tMkmm, Mr rit f Harrt, s situt a 99 vajrt, . tak't " HsNSN ll Tml IfastiMwi a tkaaW tm T M yasaa eartag fVC 0tK vnh Isftsswst, mMImni, af Oastta fm aaO ra nwt I tar tofnr ait r Umttf MMMt4, imiM I(hm trAfw, lt aI. O. til Wlllart lilst N ?!) M TATIH!K. Lf M Hall AITn,.ini mh MflltTll.ltoriir. RX 1 N. I fVtfiir llaraali'iJanr. " latilnaton At nwHw wit TRAINH UTAH UNA, iNmTllkiJiinrt mnillKmHM. n favt , ffa w MUM A r.,p.T. rtrrra II Mi ml IMim i it pm' laipM I I I M.ll i )XVtTrl4l Whl,wMI WMUPor" - tt:m M;iM Ottfll ku -- .. Frava ,ifr... Jtge nn MIXED l'Er.DS l'OR llPlfW cows 4S inaisiKSji r nt'nn iirasuii MARK. TRADE MK. AminMI' rnraTKADC ftsramiiiiai QUAY'S 8PKCIFIC MEDI0INK, m . trwaiof rbra.lMpHmrr anl all iliartv that iMUw M A atTittrf ol aril akuar aa f r atitvifv wmk tMlM Apm II It i m Him IWumI llllam am KHus; AgOprnT A m iVlPTII-noUN- 14 ara tpm i s A Mi t tint p til KSTT ItoiHMboaUm Ur.1.. .... WhMt, nsl Oaliu CIlirhlHtltlt ...lo IUroii,.lwrl.l W . It 11or,f,l.l.l..VMKM AV9 M IWIWrfOfO . ami ptlTTH. tf cnt Ky nj... Fn. II. r . . .- .u Mfc Wknl, wkli im. Sail. Itattrr. ftOViv Brawa . ... JW 4 940 Sni K W.Uor M,TIII)M I Ir- -t A X lAUtivlUe, Wto ale., III,, $ Before T. iravft mar TaUnff. FiprrM Mall Amiln Irrl.M A4lml IMIM II KM IfAaM AtJpiM 41 A Mall Itrrwa la It Ar M M nftrtnnail IhiatUIrs il IlilWt .- l!f I1(.4IISJU WblKHcnr Ml( USA1' IIM Hntar lral miriiLmots. THE CARSON & DOBDS, OLD HOUSE J.T.WARREN&GO. Saddlery, Harness, linfM chVI f r rtitiMplkm aiti &fmrm. thai rtvwaisim OINKrIHI!(H. riMll tmrtlrtiian lumir wnikkt hUh Train Na, I at !ilnt vllk fU Katwlr mMrta Jelr I arnj f rrr bj mall ! mrrrj sna mmrjm Ml Ktrrlln(, villi UiJt Iralajlnr Wlnrltntrf lrrlllr MMrlMaaMtif alUriHnlalaat fl at ara all alarftT f w will t ami irrv I. train tow l4ilatllk f rartktMt, Ar , Main.!- -. H'r JHnrliHilihl whh Uw N. IU R. lj wallam flbaMtsftff lf HrrMnf A Inry, al JnrtlKi iiihiiitAi iri'iimr,iii luf Hianfcirt, OraMrTtharJ. Utlnptun, lmat N. tlwhanln' Hkufc, IrtraniT, MlH Isfaihl ItUktMOMd Arthnr Train Urn. nsnrsrrlj at aatlll Janrikm wnMiininfM iv an jTHritiia. lln Wirf. fsmhrillTV WbolsMWr AtTfila. kkkir II IL InM ttaalnl, lYih iralMM rtianl, IJfliTin, Mirnirf ana HkiM4i ai iln M( anJr Iralaa Ifmn WlnrlM lalalan Ml Hlatlln. ir attlmtnnall ntth all ruatJa ttr. Htf m m4 Ulaa t dlrrrxlrif, tltlna; ajulrknl llm rtr iwaitf m WvllsMh, ajajsaal srWn, aiM IA I Ileal Wrt ta Hiuaiuia fluftaist A KakHtaM latr lis Iwtimmtw W nlth train mi Train X A rwniwcU at lilhfi 1 HtltrassiSll. Sasii.liHai f 1 11 ai ti rV.ss.tr IU H M Vlnrbrlr4' anJ Ml Mrt-lH- t, I. attrlMf ss Ksms, anti wlili s Ifaja, Iralna fnM lntatllM 'WWat aittn A it mm MasO.sjaW. anal Irankfcitl M ? rasas. karfmmtmmmm Urn 4 Wl, fwsstlNB tW at arllk tralna f pr4, mmI IHaji, i mm ftmt, mM sxssl I ial- tmt 4 Train U -. attpMa It. rMrklnf lanaal A. II A M , lsnsa4aSHH lMrr tn arsaar BrfafaialartsaasV Mafia I SHaSSaWf. aU mt Mtm!, laaUTllr:tS A. 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