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WTviia'oxr, llimtMKM MAtlAOI.lt. jti., -- 'I'HIIM H I lKAKiAnr.r in advakcf. Do. Crf , " fr . OMfVrj.lll MMlltltm nil ....... I The Interior Journal. VOLUMK VHI.-NUMB- BATE.S A liWrat rfMnrtttm ft rth tiiWtitfi,itwil'ii will ltfiiirtdfftlari ftny Ami nf fit la l rmviertim mr OnMtiir,fkfi lnirir4Hi,. tnhnmmf ... . tlW llotmsi ....it m I ftftrr,toftiaril,u aIh rt( nfi I ( btrrtfotorp. Bt AdtrtUnrH "IVnli lifts. 1st lAMlMtsMn.MsMitsjttt Pfitfc-- . Annnmnrrmmtt0tM$rtUtrmtiiirtht1 )Ultur,TtbntftIUrrtt Ac, will, tStrr rrpwuiw ip" Xtc,,,lirlltln. J 10 ft, rents) r lints rm Copies, A t one tror. .... HR 4. rllil.s lair. ftUhf arr""""' 23. A STANFORD, KY., PJUDAY, AUGUST 8, the Wrathrr. Tie f hnngrn fu f7e l'rff No where in tho animal kingdom it there ro favnrnhlo nn opportunity for peeping Inlo nature a workshop as In the metamorphoaes of a frog. This animal is a worm when it comes from the egg, and remains turh the first four days nf its life, having neither eyes, nor ears, nor nostrils, nor respiratory organ. It crawls. It breaths through it skin, , After awhila neck is grooved into the flesh. Iti soft lips aro hardened Into a horney lieak. The different organs, ono after another, hud out; then a pair nf branching gills, and, last, a long nnd limber fall The worm has become fish. Three or s four 'mere days' elapse anJ sink Inck Into tho body, while in their place others come, much more com plex, arranged In vascular tufts, one hundred and twelve In each. Hut they, too, have their day, and aro ab- sorlied, together with their framework of hone and cartilage, to be, succeeded by an entirely different breathing apparatus, the Initial of a second correl ated group of radical change-- ; Lungs are developed, mouth widened, the horny beak converted into rowt of teeth; the ttomach, the abdomen, the Intensities prepared for the reception of animal food Instead of vegetables; four limbs, lullyaenoinned 'with hip and ihoulJcr bones, with nerves and blood vessels, puih out through the skin, while the tail, being now sup planted by (hem as a meant of locoby motion, Is carried away piece-mea- l the absorbents, and the animal passes the balance of its dart as an air- batrachian. breathing and Karnes Educational Magazine. 77m 1879. WHOLE NUMBER 387. 77iri IVrrr Thrre There were just nine ndulls nnd n lilllo girl on n Jcflcrson nvenno car yesterday, when n man ron up and tnld i OUR JOB OFFICE IS COXPAKTC trrrf prtltMtiri itvl our Jni ruirria I h txt kntwifU l nit ih tn lh Bui. Vriet la If e llm. led lo memory and reduced In practice r.d by every young man In the land. Slen in their prime might atso hope to prof it by taking to themselves this 1'rime advice i Ti. lb. tllod.f, rrooswbrr.b.ar.alhf i I awr I, untMnorM, and uniwiKj. "I am InvlieJ to speilk to you five r. .. i ' miniiiea, nnii uiuj live, f tul. U.H i.uiir mn said, and much may be done, in liimriiiin. I'ravrr Th. praaf af A'as waa lor HsM, fivo minute. In five minutes you Tkraaik all Ikal auk and drrat. tsbl. may lira a city, scuttle n ship, or ruin Th. Uatkanaat Ibal taoodaf IU, lla ailad Ul Ik rrt.ia ol lkl, a soul. The error of a moment makes Ta n hll fjnuan'a lai. the sorrow nf a life, (let that thought oar Mkrraalaf, rarnaat prarrr well Into your hearts, and my work is too, tor llkl brilrraflblalrar IU, J"H"liljkaalkl(rff, , , . . Llone lit a niinute instead of five, . , JI.Ilftk.llaJ.,hJwMfl rcnirmwr, inai in I 'ienvpiei 4 rWb.rIll..ka.n rar -- lmMU. five minutes you may destroy your good name, fill your soul with undy Uaail Arv Jiiillrlun Ailrrt ing remorse, and bring, with sorrow, llnllia. A. mm wi denouncing iiewiivipcr your father's gray hair to the grave. crowd of listener. Hut If you can do so much evil, to lulvcrlliinp to you may do n mighty sum nf good in "Ijial Yjpck," uiiil lie "I hail nil itotrn from llio vestibule of (ho five minulos. You may decide to live for useful cliurcli. It km gift, noil s I vuliinl It very highly, I tpcnl ilnuhlo ncj and honor. Kvcry thing hangs Its worth in advertising, but have not on that choice, and It may be made in recovered It." "How did you word five minutes. Take care of the pence and the your advertisement?" aiked n' mdr chant "Here it is," raid the man, pounds will take care of themselves; producing a flip cut from a tiewtira tako care of tho minute and the hours aro safe, I made a little liook in this per. The merchant took it and rrad were pen way; iu the breakfait-roo"Lint, from the vestibule of the por; and if, when the church, tail Sunday evening, a black and ink and rilk umbrella. The gentleman who hour (or breakfast came, all was not tuok It will be handsomely rewarded ready, I wrote a few words or lines, as The liook was finished, , Ban ternan-d- o time allowed. by leaving it at No. Now," said the mer- and it had been published scarcely a street." chant, "I am a liberal advertiser, and week liefore I heard It had saved a have nlmaya found that it paid me soul. It has saved many since. It did well. A great deal depend upon the not cost me one minute, that would else. manlier in which au advertisement Is havo been used for any thing Five minutes In tho morning, and put. tia try for your umbrella Mil (ItrHi Anlrr ImiiiI, llrMtbc lhr. . Man wllbaaol adaal, i hii.T.r thlm..tf haltiaald, TUla wr awn.MT iatlMlllM tthaw. Swart balk bin lirMd, Aa tmraaward Ma s,nlatr. habalb larnl 1'nm waMrrlot I'M Sirrlr.il alran.1 ? Uaiirb HwrabrMlbo, rnaaart. Mai wall, IV. Mai im a.lft.li.1 raplarr. avail, Mi limi, UUk Ibooth bti Ultra. Ikwihllaaa till wrallb aa villi tan rial mi tlattMMRtllla, pow.r and pair, 1b wrrlr, roncolrtd all III adf, Uilnc, ahall AirMI fair rmoww, And, oonldf Jfl.f, shallfod.wii .( R.rllbl lire ft hint rm, At n Into commencement In this city, Dr. H. Irriirrm. 1'rimo, the well known editor of tho New York Ob- mrrr, spoko the following five inln- uto piece, which ought to lw commit- - nrmnrKm Almtit ll'rffe nf Prntrle .. fr 'l It was hot yesterday. It was hot Irr at noon. It was to hot that pas sengrrs nn llio tlreet took' nfi their halt mopped their hrnwf, and fiercely declared that Ihey knew at Ihetime we'd catch it aliout the 11 of .lulr. The Ilnme rnlnon had just one chair left, and thii wa taken by a man, adnwn nlioao cheeks the perspi ration fairly ran. His clothes stuck rsvl f to the imt.ll of Ids back, hll-bif- I! ' III ' vo;n, J 11 again, and if you do not acknowledge that adverliaing paj, I will purchate you a new une." Tho merchant then took a alip nf laper from his pocket and wrote, "If tho man who was seen to tako an unibrellj from the vestibule of llm church last Sunday evening ilneis not wish to get into trouble and hare a Jlaiu rat nporlur Cliristinn character' which he'' values n highly, ho will return it to No. , 8n Fernando atrcet. Ho is well known." This duly npenred iu the as many tn the cveuing, win maae you the master of a new language in two or threo years. Heforo you are ol middle age you may speak all the radlern tongues, if you will but Improve the spare minute of the years now flying by. Minutes are more than jewels; they area 'the, Mufl that life U mad i of;' - iw iney are iiinnimm nr'jiiiPu-aiimnisdom, usefulness and wealth; the ladder to heaven, It will not tako fivo minute to do a aud, on, tlio followiig morning good deed, and oue a day will make a the man n asiunitliiil when he Open-ii- l lifeof honor and usefulness, with gloThe South. I lie front diwr ol Ilia midrncv. On ry liejond." the porch lay at least n dozen iinibrrl-las- , ' .Wnr. i. , A:ntUrfl of nil shades and slies. Many ol Oi Sniilli;(,'rf:k,:iko county, Ne- them had notes altachul to them, sayada, there I a most remarkable stra ing that they had been taken by misin take, and lugging the loser to keep tum of steatite resting horizontally matter steep bin If of volcanic Utrtfjiril II13 little allair,piiet. which tlanka the eastern side of Smith's Tunes. (.'reek valley. The stratum of steatite TrrrlMr Arrl.lrnt. is'irom' three to' ten feet In diameter. Thekirlini'a name was Uichard O. It is easily worked and is a veritable .lours, mid he lived m Ih his strpfath-er- . soap nunc. Iu Inrt, llie farmers, cai- Win. H. .lones, on Market street, llo men and sheep herders in that re between Main and Vine, Tim acci- gion uo the natural article fur wash dent hapjieucd at tho Hod Mill, whero ing purposes, hemically considered, he was employeil as "stieker-iu- " at this peculiar clay Is a hydrated silicate llio (idling rolls, his work being to ot alumina, magnesia, potash, and catch the ends of tho wire rials as lime. When the steatite is first dug they came through tho rolls and guide from the stratum it looks precisely them through tho last pas before they like immeuso masses of mottled Castile are wound upon the spindle at the soap, the mottling element heing a N6rt)i' end' ol the' building: Atn small per ceiilage of iron oxide. 1 ho quarter after 5 o'clock this morning, Virginia (Nev.) ChvonnU says that a only fifteen minutes before the usual firm in Klkn havo undertaken to inpulling time, ono of the long, nil-ho- t troduce this natural soap into tho mar rmls, whoso end he kail, just iuserted ket. It i similar in appearance to the in his part of the rolls, became twilled C'mtilo soap sold in largo bar. Nolh- as it was guided along tho iron lloor ng is lidded to the mineral but a tritlo behind him by a boy named John inoro alkali and somo scenting ex ltioglmni. The roll were ,runniogat tracts. Its detersive loners are a revolutions per mill-uthe rato powerful as those of any manufactured and the twist .caused the wire to soap. curvet through the air, one ot the tho loops falling over young Jones' A HmOim-- VistiTho Slock body, just below tho lbs, and draw, ton (Cat.) iidViKmiWi. mentions an ing him down on his knees, with his immense viuo growing over tho rvi back against the rolls, through which lence ofiW.-J- . riielps, wily n mile rap- from tho city : "Tho viuo was plantthe wire sped with' lightning-likidity. John Pevitie, n fellow ed nineteen yearingu as a, cyttiug.and itanjlulf within a few feet is now twelve inches fu diameter at oitCo victim, but was power loss to the trunk. A foot or two above the render any assistance. Johu 1 low ley ground it divides lata threo main feitcil nil's x nnd with one blow sever branches, each over fivo Inches In died the n Ire, but not beforo it had cut ameter at the Use, and from twenty anil burned its way through tho haly to forty feet long, spreading ovor of the victim. The left arm was cv- - a large trellis, ana covering the ereil between (be dhow and shoulder, whole rear of tho house. It I of the right between the elbow nnd wrist, the Mission variety, and is yearly nnd a Miction of tho backbone was all loaded with grapes. Mr. PheljM estithat held tho mutilated body together. mate that he has already picked at His bowels were cut into small pieces least one ton of grape from it, and at and fell out-il- l, iiivni m tho tloor. a fair rojculation it now ho pot less Johnstown (IV.) Tribune. than a tun and n hall of grapes still hanging upon it. The leaves have Jtead this and shiver i Tho Hum tl falUlfofuHhe viuo, so .(Gat llio mil House windows ou the top of immense amount oi fruit with which Mount Washington, nro it Is laden can bo seen to ndvaiilage. and frozen up, uud the promenade It is a rare sight to behold." likq tho rock about, Is still platform, almost over shoes in enow, nnd every Attention to little things about tho iHut and North west faring rock is as lu other business, Is what In. still covered tu a depth of nearly half crcasea tho profits. Plenty nf eggs, a a loot. few chicken, a few calve, a colt or If you would reli.li food, labor f r two, help out wonderfully. If some glveu to it Ulora you takoi it; if nijoy iilolh nf the ieripiisilee arisiug-aray lor It Wioro you wear the children for the care bestowed, Ing, it; if you would sleep soundly, take a they will cheerfully help iu thegaideo clear comrieuce to bed withjgu.-- - and thus another Item is added to the I well being of the family traukliu. lr, t hands were wet to the finger nails, and it was evident that the tun had lieen trying to corner him; seven or eight men were making ready to tell him it was a warm day, when the stranger drew nut a big revolver, laid it nn his knee, and looking up ami down the room, slowly remarked ! "(lentleTiit'n.l'in a stranger here, hut have Uiughf n house and lot' up the tlreet, an I shall past hero six times a day. This Is my day for opening the season." livery man looked at him In a won dering way, and gently caressing the weapon of death, tho stranger added : "It is hot weather. Kvcn a fool knows that. It's going to be hotter. Too weeks hence It will bo regular old Now, then, frying pan weather. while I shall realizo It forcibly or any ono, 1 II shoot the lint man that tayt weather to me. I won't have it or hear to it. I am willing to be broiled baked or roasted; but I don't want to talk about it. Now, let tome one that it's a hot day bad for gratt looks like too little rain awful dusty, or beautiful breeze, and I'll begin shooting." Not a lisp was heard. If any one Imagined that there might be a frost The KixdopWwd tiieV1 iuvfe at night In the lower Picket wire region, he kept his thoughts to himelf. out tt est. During the high wind which prevailed yesterday rforhit)gJ. Trinidad (Col.) News. Moorman Cutter started out with a Vast Pcwfasiosi. It has long lutlf gallon jf. whisky to take a hjs been the boast of Englishmen that tho sick mother, nho'livea out on Virgin sun never sets on llritisli territory.and ia street. He was found tome hours there was no nation that could claim a afterward lying behind a fence on the like until the American hill in an iiisensihle condition. Later government acquired Alaska. San in the day he recovered tufliciently to Francisco is no longer an extreme explain the catastrophe which had vergo of tho Union. Tho city is now overtaken him. Ho said that ho stopponly about Midway lietween the far ed around a comer to fix a cork in the thest Aleutian Island and lutport, jug, and while he was taking the in Maine In other words, our terri measure of the orifice of the jug, a tory extends through 107 degrees of tremendous zephyr came, down on him longitude. The Ilocky Mountain liko a whirlwind. It sucked tho liqconimenliugupou thii fact, uor clean out 1,lne j" Uewit,down says: "When the sun is giving it his throat and turned the jug inside good-nigkiss toourYeternmostilc, nut. Ho could remember nothing on the confines of Itehring'iiKfa.il iia-retiNo traces of more of the occurrence. lloodinfe the hehbj aitd' forests of any jug or liquor were noticed where .uaiiie wiui us morning ngui, Him in Cutler was picked up. They had both the Eastern part nf that State is more been tpiritel. away. Keuo (Nev.) than an hour high. At the cry mo- Qazette. ment when the Aleutiaa fisherman. Tin: Fiimkiatiui Fuciitivf.. Tho warned by lite shades of 'approaching night, is pulling his canoe toward the question with tho unlucky "refugee. r in Maine is now is, whether it be not belter to shore, the beginning lo make the forest ring echo liear possible ilfs at home than to (ly tn others that are known to bo a with the stirring music of his ax.' sight worse; or, in other words, It is not our opinion that General whether it is not pleasanter to die Grant will lie nominated for a third quietly of the fever than to carry fu Presidential term by the National Con- migating fumes of sulphur around vention of tho Itcpublican party in wherever you go, and thus become Mem1880. When he went into the While abhorred of your fellow-men- . ot the phis Avalanche. House iu 1801) three-fourth- s ma members in both branches of Congress "When a stranger treats me with were Itepublicana, and when he went out of it in 1877 the Democrat had want of respect," said a poor philos the seventy majority in the Houte.and opher, "I comfort myself with could see Into au early majority in the reflection that it U iy4, myself lliaUho slight, nut my old siianny nai aim Senate. 'Tlid rascalities in his administration had produced this mighty cloak, which, to say tho truth, have revolution, llio ICepublicans aro well no particular claims to adoration. So aware of these facts, and they have no if my hat and cloak choose to fret Idea of committing political suicide, about it, I let them, but it's nothing to me." Courier-Journal. lime ego the statement was made fn tho Amrriean Atjrieiilluri'f, nn the autnorlty nf Mr. M. T. nf Nebraska, that the prnlrio dogs of the Western Slates dig wells, each "dog town" leing provided with one. This statement hnt lieen widely copied, but hat been denied by tome persons, and anlong others by one of the prof.ii-.r- s at Yale College. Ilccently, one nf the staff of tho AgrittiUuritt has met Mr. Lfcch In Wyoming, where he holds a responsible position in the railway employ. This gentleman reiterates his original statements, lm adds that if skeptics trill come to Sidney, Nebraska, they will find con vincing proof of the accuracy nf what he says. Thero Is a "town" of 25 or 30 pet pratrio dogs about G rods from tho track Northwest of the Railroad Hotel. Tho owner of tho dogs will show tho visitor tho well, and will in form him that tho first movo that the dogs made, after locating there, was to dig tor water. At a Mint on the Kansas Pacific Railroad, not far from Ruflalo Station, the workmen in sinking a tank reservoir tome time ago, struck ono of theso prairie dog wells and followed it down to a depth of 200 feet. Mr. Leech's statements were verified by Trof. Aughey, the well known geologist at the Nebraska State University, who had also dis covered such wells while making geo logical explorations along the Logan River in Northern Nebraska. Hs:3 Io: rnoria.invi. rnrn IJArnsT IjMiiVsMnti IUY ninrrroRT. vy II. MIM.MIt, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Kdil ft tstsii I, on and tmrth KuthIit. mornlntaiiil 0 it!M, Vttttt Mtttlnft Mr WHnftNtaf RMHrfl. iMihlar fVttooJat fW A Ms 1L k. Jlarrov J, M. Birr, rMlvf. ferfli was intending tn go nf! nn my HTANrollll, KVa summer vacation today, but the tail-n- r WlllfrartlralnlWamila ( Ikla sail . .IMnla ? a. i, a. nuinllo a .! ! Ik. IU.,.1 rti'pmin, iinirv in t. disappointed me nn my clothes. All ii" ianaitiimiasfi( you gentlemen who wero served the I K. A It. W. lUXJKEIt, same trick will please stand up." .men Kvery one of the oilier four stood up nnd gritted their teeth and ATTORNEYS AT LAW, tat down again. MTANI-'Oltls- , ICV. "Now, then," continued the man, A Lflla'atlora. OffiirftTcrMrAtlitcr "all you ladies who intended to go today and have lieen baaely deceived by R. MYKIW, your dressmakers will plento raise your right hands." ATTORNEY AT LAW, Kvcry lady waved her right hand on high nnd clapcd her fingers na if N'I'AM'OIIII, KY. she was pulling her dressmakers hair, little a wilt JoJf riilllpa In lb. No ono w as left nut but the littlo girl, and as the speaker declared llio ques T. W. VA KNOX. WA tt.ACK I!. V A KNOW. tion unanimously adopted, she roio up, W. A W. R VAIIXOX, mado n curtsey, and raid : was to go to my "Plensc, sir, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, aunt's, in Lansing, this morning, but HTA.M'Otlll, ICY. pa couldn't borrow tho money to pay Offlra In Court Kiuare, Detroit Frco Press. my fare I" "I -- WonhlpMth.fftrt-rlrfi GHnirriAN Atr. rrfaclilfisf ht t M. at Italian ami Third 1mTa data, rumlty IV . Jm. PtTtranr, fNpwnlmlrnl, miflllTtPOtTTII.-1l- ir J K Nun, I ftp fVrtlrtftwv flnifct morntfifisvl nltriti FYarff lHlftjriThnrU nlftiita. diintlar atlim A M. J WtPlMWaprrlntfrnltriit. UTUavta pRrnYTr.RrAX,ouTH.-iitT- .J X l"aWtor, prtarbf Manning anj night nn s lrI ami ThlrJ PtUhlaM. Union fJunJar he html at to Jmv W. Kent, tfttttrflntttviVnl. Union i'ttyet Nwllaf Wfilnrilay light, lint J. IV lhl I)RRftBTTPIllAN. hiiBtlara, morning ami HOnTII-ttKr.t- I.il night ftxtitb g school. rouisviUsi: Twrnlr-nlal- femam: .skminau.. h Aknntl BmltMi tklnafl ltonJa In Vtfrat-rr- . 4lb UJJ. Htw toTRlion IU ant Avrnu. JltMurvJ rtlra for board I nc tuiplla. Thr rosrMeTatiHlr thoronfli arjd ramprthsrnalr. im ftrforltjntlr fuf t'alllbnlra, Ma.tf, I'nlrUiMT, 1. Fof MMIralara, aldrru MKft. W H. Xiit.H. MA-- lf JmiUtIII. k. r m EMINENCE, KY., COLLEGE Far Hal aal Few alt a. Thlamonlar Initttallon will own lla Twrnt. thlrd(tnalon(ter.3. flW will par all riprnaeaof hnanllntf. waahlnt?. Ifehl. tul anJ tfjltlon In thtt rolk-froer( lor At inoniha, and fJO wilt ar foruualn IVrparalorf lefartncat. Vocal niu al mv. Th fecultr la rnaal to aar In tho Wrtt IV. rf. C.ILTNI.U. DtMt ttendtWralaloea. t Chippewa hunter was shooting squirrels in the woods that bonier on Lake Huron, in Ontario, when a large pine fell iiKm him.knock-in- g him down and crushing hit leg. He could not rise nor remove the tree, which was lying across his brom ken leg. To lie there and starve to leath teemed all that was left to him. Iu hit dilemma ho took out his knife, cut of! hit own leg. bound it up with hit sash, dragged himself along tho ground to his canoe.nnd paddled homo to his wigwam on a dtstaut island. effects." OFEKED TO THE FUBLIC TEB. 22s.!, 1373 a a There the caro of his wounds was "Sam, you nro not honest. Why completed, and he is still alive. a do you put all tho good peaches on top You can always tell by tho fenco of of tho measure nnd the littlo ones a residence near the gate if the girl below?" "Saino reason, tali, dat who resides thero has a beau. If she make de front of your house all mar-bi- o CENTRAIXY LOCATED. hasn't, the fenco will lean outward, and de back gnte chiefly slop har'l, Wing pushed toby herleaningagainst sab." a HpfM'Inl AoooiuiitntlutlonH A.f- it looking for one; if she has, it will A thrifty farmer took Ids Iwy lo a Commc'mltil be up straight, her "feller" holding it TrnvulvrH "If you can euro him for New doctor. Fact. up from the outside. less than the funeral cxpenes," said port Local. DCCC Transfamd Fr of CHtarK - mm he, "go ahead, but it you can't, the feet boy'll have to tako his chance." of copper, forty-siA mass long and eighteen feet wide, aud ot a It is a most mystifying reflection to thickness varying from three to nine STANFORD, KY. feet, has lieen thrown out at Minneso- any man to consider what he has done ta Mine. It contains about five hun- compared to what he might have done. A young DAUGHTERS COLLEGE, "Ma, ha. .lister Fiory ever traveled gAM.M. IIUISDKTT, IlarrodaliniXt Ky any?" "No, child, no." ladlea "Then, For th hither ATTOR N EY AT LAW, teaehera In ererrodatatlon thol laltoratorr.(mrltMMvil department; inuetim when I was under tho tofy ami library freeljr na4 by aludenta; home rather than a hoarding house; no ei hill Sunday night, and sister and Mr. John tlooa or parade; a arbool without aham or tram M'l icv Terma Tery reaaonaM for Ita superior ajrantaitef como iu from church and was a settin' nriii ,...! u. .s i ..i ... . ana TlllbesU ltTwetr.thlrd Annnal rV ton rVi " pA ISth. IXMI ftillAiBllsi- , naikMAd JNO.AUD.niLUAUM'mt ., aim SK III f in oriniB.M in tho big how com her lints VI Sli'lTaili altrntlva flttn to collections. to say that the nicest land tho ever YOUNG LADIES9 INSTITUTE, was In, was Lapland?" T EE P. HUFFMAN, Granville, Licking Co., 0. A legal gentleman met a brother SURGEON DENTIST, Beclnalti 44th Tear Pen. Ifith. Itaa Prrnaratorr. Collegia te, Normal, Muale and lint Inn Leri MaA.r-rroulawyer ou the street orro day last week, tcy. inciwi urriaiD a rrnrn ami trres. r.T and terma low. Addrea and the following conversation look Marine rrrrl! hla Msrhan!rl Annaratni. ! fcv v, eilhl'AHUMJH, l, l now pr? to do work In rr Wattch of hla place: "Well, Judge, how is busi- bualtma. rl AUIlMt'IAI TKKTII Inarrted GEOitoirroiv.v ness?'' "Dull, dull; lam living on in iDaaoaiaifroi4atT!, FEMALE SEMINARY, nnd hope." "Very good, bull faith FOUNDED IN 18 IB. have got past you, for I'm living on Tb. nasi arbolastle rttr orna on lb. fint lon. charily." daf la Hrst.aali.rt Ili9. tut ralakur atUrrna mt 1. J. UUl'Klll, m. al lrorTlown, Kr , SSMI "It is a settled principle, your honSTANFORD KY. SIIKI.1IVVIM.E, KY., or," said an eminent lawyer, "that causes always product) cficcts." "They FEMALE COLLEGE, FOUNDED 40 YEARS AOO. alwayt do for lawyers," responded tho Hrallbr laratloDMrn loalruttora: hlah ataiKlanl judge: "but I have somo limes known TJIOS.llICIIAIMS.Frop'r. oracb.lsrablp; SrniB.il avatriuallodlKlpllnr; 1.1 frlrantagaa at loarral Irrma. Hoard and lulllon. Ar. a cause to deprivo a client of nil his moniaa, i. aaraor.. saj.vv; nnam, iuhmii aim rockin-cheeAL .A a m a a..l I.. I 1 asr' a ST. ASAPH HOTEL, S1I7.M. lor rata. aoualr. tTamootha.lDadTanr. JSJ-- U W. 11 HTUAKT. Itln louiv addrraa OHRIST-OHURO- H PARE, $2.00PERDAY. SKMIXAItY, Lexington, Tb A Kentucky. D- - Hector. Iter. Tbomaa A. TUball. church Itoarditic and dar arhool fur elrla. Th llirtatuaa lenuorth Fourteenth year begin bev- or rlrrulara, allreas. tetutsrr B, 18.9. lTtnrtpai MiBatiKUcn i t. lutiut, forltl PAltMDALE.FIlANKI.IN CO. Oldral inllllirr arhwl la lb.Faulb.nl. Tl.lrly. no frar ifi.ariep. I. oia wiiraouiol rran.Ki,! Kr. rorralalogura,4c.,adJma SS5- ruST ADJUTANT KENTUCKY MILITARY INSTITUTE. MYERS HOTEL, II. nURNSIDE, - CIXCI..ATI dred tons pure copper, worth prepared for market, aliout hundred thousand dollars. when threo Thero is nothing that bind heart to E. heart to quickly nnd safely as tn trust and bo trusted. rropr. LAW NU1IOOI. Tho 171k Annual Term ot llili (school IscbIiim Oct. 10. 1S7U, anil coiiIIiiiicm7 lllOIIIIlN. Titiiik: 8110 In! jenr, sjsu 2i ) ear. For Cut. HloEiieiiorclrriiliirH.nililrrsiMllii IICHII, JIUI'IJ.' S'llifllllmll. JWJaa itiau. O, eteam power iru.iMius. of the world takes the place of 25,. 000,000 horses, and, as each horse consumes three times as much food as Crab Orchard Springs, one man, it is evident that the employment of this tteain is equivalent f $14 TEU WEEK, to the saving of food for 75,000,000 -- OK TERMS human beings. MONTH, a It is estimated that the This Old and Woll Knowu Uotol Still Maintains its High Imputation, AND Khcij Ccllsji for Ttmj Li1!k, Ky. Its Proprietor is Determined that For 12 yean rrealJent ol IM lla lth?. It snail be Second to no Country hew AlUay.Iad, Hotel in the State in its Fare, Thla laalltutlon, aarrorKajilu1!, will ! tienel Appointments, or Attenon ttjdoeaday(heu, 17. Terma reduceU 23 tion to Comfort of S oderrU freulul year, lleat adraatasea will aalilreM For or rri-rn- lVwe 1 nllej, Uy. KUASTLS ROWLEY, 1). ., rrrstdent, their Onests. "Hub, did you ever atop to think," said a grocer, recently, as he measured nut half a peck of potatoes, "that these potatoes contain sugar, water and starch 1" "Noa, I didn't," replied the boy, "but I heard mother say that you put peas and beans In your coffee, and aliout a pint of water in every quart of milk you told." The sub ject of natural philosophy was dropp Boston Globe. ed right there. Old Mrs. Cuir says the has alwayt noticed that in the summer time wheu it is not needed tho suu is always hot as an oven, while In the winter wheu a warm suu would be tty agreeable, We havo it is as cold as an noticed this, too. It must bo the fa lit of the almanac makers. he heard any one being loudly condemned for some fault: "Ah, well, Ho who cliiuba abovo the cares of I It teem very bad to me, because the world and turns his faco to his yes that's not my war of tinning." God, has found the tunuy tide of life. . -- . -- The world's tide of tho hill it chill and A colored orator In Providence, It. freezing tu a spiritual tnlud, but the I., claimed for tho negroes the intensLord presence gives a warmth of joy ion nf mora Intelligence than can bo which turns winter into summer. 'found In any 'other eoplo,'of equal N. Y. Times. Ignorance. Tho boy who tayt "it's uiy turn" as ahorl-cakIs being passed, rarely the Here's philosophy i "The particles makes the same remark wheu the that day before yesterday wero grains mowing machine knives have to bo of wheat, and yesterday were nerve sST.tLSTF01tI Maw. Yoim owx Mucilaur, There are various recipes. Tho most This beautiful and resort. simple appears to be thus : Tako suffiwith Increased attractions, Is now opeu cient dextrine or llritisli gum, as somo and piepared to accommodate gne:ts in t'OK KALr. call it, and odd sufficient hot water lo superior style, and no effort will he spar First Session will begin MonTh.rousli.1.1 .ml CbuvulJ rrarllDff comfort, ed to add to their enjoyment or obtain a sirupy liquid, then add a few K.i.1.. I.rr.1 naiua aou AiUO. fur aala lir 1 roiii luiraHlaafucil, Kr liuumil awra, lll.lll, day, Sep. 8, 1879. drops of oil of cloves, and cool for An excellent Memphis Band it engaged, use. l ! NAXiE and, in addition to the dance ever; even OMJItMHl A good honest laugh at a good joke, ing, a series of magnifiocnt balls will he I.:K given dnnng the teaton. 108 ACRES OP LAND Lcadville is to named Ijecauge of or bit of sarcasm, rubs out the gath. lliildrUr,. fluCu trraaj UraJ... . BAHOAIK carried nay ering wrinkles of care, but an inadvertently 1. IU lr Ilia UDilmisunl. isalil lalkl la . ... vm ThlrJ Clrad. joke is like a poisonous ar- The water, the drives, tbo promenades and by persons who to thero and get sau the tare are all that could be desired, and WVlJi sSlr I 1IMTIUKASS9 All Ulla du. al I b. t oJ ot awoiul luonl b. cy, A jiersou was buried, no J lopg row, which makes its wound aud a visitor will not want for employment WUU an TrlaiUitaT voal at valtr on It. and la ad iu tbo local Uoieterj' , ias leaves lis poison after it ha lieen or amusement. tiiice, rrfutar dition to lb la, ibrr u a well of a fin water aa . Tb. IMncliail la aof IhrM, Claaalrml llradualr. and lirartlral trarbr vara .aliMWiir. Ill llw Iherwlaln tbvcvunljr.alluatM In Ih yard, Tb withdrawn. so full of lead that the bearers thought or iudlaiia. dwrlllottla naw, with all luolarn IniiTOTeturnla, tradrd Kboola Lallo, Urrak tlvrlal atlrullon alrru U sludrnla In and (leruiao. Ciatl.la having nlu rooina, de. lYrauue dnlrlnf to tat-- g A liberal discount to the citizens of Lin it was a case of prematura petrifac lloo guaranlri la tha iutrcantlla ImalneM,, rouht nut da tetter, "Johnnic,what if a noun ?" "Name Kl.V. JAMl'Ji N. MSIN.A. !.. aa It la well altuate! to that rurMtra coln County. mi lluilalo hxprees. . tion. SSMlM 11llul.al of a persou, place, or, thing." "Very u in iTaij urtnam nu. tuiiairwniMauitArj, ' ' -J --- " UM. UOI.kK, good, Johnnie; give an example." Itlcliiuond JuiwtWu, kf A Presbyterian minister in Colora Stanford Female College. "Haiid-orccriflder." "And why do, has within a year organized two PUBLIC SALE is a grinder a uoun ?" "lle- STANFORD, KY. churches, built one house of worship or causohe's a person what plays a thing.' and a parsonage, bought a church or LAND, STOCK AND CROP! m ii gan, established two Sunday Schools, WITil A rOIiL 00RP3 Or TGAOIlCKb A now counterfeit $5 legal tender Inordrr lo rUo. Ih. i.rlp.rablp .slillag Mvrtu and three prayer meetings, taught nolo has made its appearance. IblalulttMlIonwiUi-frtIt Is lb. taodrraljornl, wa will, threo catechism classes, ami supplied nf tho series of 18C5 and bears the ITS TENTH SE8SION, OX TJIUItSIUY, 0tT0IU:U tIv 1670. six preaching stations. naiuoof A'lison at Register, and Wy -- OK THK ltelltotbblchet bidder, th Karw on which Ih as Treasurer, Rankers pronounce lata Adaw uMrrd. alluatd In Ltn ii.M)MOXI)AYlNSKrii:llli:il,M.l, A very charitable man and no bo- mau on lb c il l4MJi.tr, aud Irlnflniuiedlalel road leodlnf trow Mauford ta tSouienei, tbre it a dangerous counterfeit. dy's fool was he who used lo say, when health-giving m a I 815 PER trrldealt SVtr further laforwallon Ufc V, rirrular, lb hliASTL'5 ILUWLLY Hickim nlll ta t aa )J 1. aaJ rraai Ilia Jin! irr. .iraarra. pariai arr.aiMa.ail.aa I. I.I .aiM.rrlal Traial.ra. Th. Uar will t. sl.ara aa.all.S Willi tk. raalrat bra.4i.rl.laaaraaa4 llcara. A. rirallail Llltrr ia.ttarhat. MALE SEMINA11Y. VA1UI the-lea- ...... .. .. . n n hand-orga- NTAM'01CI m Marble Works. lnt-dle- Urn-Ii- k I A young lady atq half a welding cake, aud then tried to dream of her future husband. Now tho tayt the would rather uio than marry tho man the taw In that dream. Most of our misfortunes are more supportablo thau the comments of our Cultou. friends upon them. . I G.G. WINE & CO., Proprietors, IIKAI.EI11 IK Foreign & Domcstlo .tNiiiu'ia.oi" Marbles ITTO. luliea (row lb luriuvr tIat?. and In a aoud nelxh liofluMiti, convenient and aibuuta, aud Uiihunh equina about ttMAirea of No, 1 Laud. la Jtraw. and la In a hl(h UI ol la netul r all with fall rulilvaUon. la In tvt and abundant autrk water. Tb gutid Tho luiiiroveuieutartdiaiatof a lar aud rouiuodtoua Url a. I'velllur. tootalalnti elf hi and awUbou. larsi rouuia and two halla. 1 h eaaiwguud. Im A aleodidortbaj4ou act, tbUiaoiMoMbioott destltaU laruu In Ih Ivunlr ofUueolu. Wa will also, at IbaaanMlliuo aud I'ttu1, arllalimUlcouU-rja Unt quaatllx ul Mm k and from ouuaiallug of about ul of iiUw . Kilt, iiihiiwuj jewri.iijt. w neava 01 put, sMIlklAswa. with ttiJtM. aldMiiauU bead U out;li-biand a raj Uttawold bl.ee; 10 hrod of at raru Ih baui.td ThUnd THOROUOlt ENOLISll CO nier ar. lausbl. aa wall aa MUSIC, TUB LANUUAUKS. INU AMI l'AINTIMU. ALL Tilt: UUANU1K8 Of A I) It St retlr. iru tkiLu. bel 1)11 AW 'I'uitnrw MonniiA'i'i.. ground after dinuer. Oue mail asked beard was so brown white, "llecause," Is twenty years older and muscle, thought," another why his and hit hair to Scandal is fed by as many streams he replied, "one as the Nile, aud there is often as Wheuover Kve wauled a new dreaa than the other. much trouble in tracing it to iti source. the turned over a new leaf. Ltnctitcr Et., T0MBST0NF3, MONUMENTS, The mau who It anktous on ull ockashunt to Ml all he knows it pretty ture not to kno all he tells. Marblo Work of all kinds noatly ozooutod. Yino work, low prl- today are sparkling Tho chains of habit are eeuerallv ooi and fair doallDg. Ordoris from a distanoo prompt. too small to be fell till they are too ly attondod to. BatU- taotlonguarantood. strong to bo broken. a im a InTollloa, .ln. raw;.ri.iii lS I. IS la lb regular iHiwrliorola. I'llwaiv, SSk lajaihdlali iittratvanti muw. autougiueut anuairoiS'year-il- d I In; I1rialuiy, M, aiul (Ubislv,sM. UaiaMuUw; W tiloo youHft llutia, Tbo troui (oiuUUof l&aciraofl'oru In KeU, sou or W buab- U ot Wheal, a Urj Wt of Hay. la fact. ros (oil nltoUr aa U ILrd, ir , Udnaa Krvvnontbo farm. AU ll tb raiwlutf! Iwbwataroualllua:ol a new Jionrr. Waoo, NUN. N, I', Tlll'S.lliaiir, TrlurliMl, Itowa, (ienr, AeM and a acw UuKstjr Slaotjrd. Uoiol.lV.Kr at th iturtbaisufw)r uU In bail. lb rrwalndw In oti and two leaia, itial IttaialMtrtiln, ittetr! IU rato4 r Intutdajr ofwiU. lsWur-tha- t II Hl.ll UV i bate the lilletx of UH WlMj;, aud J, Mti, 1 1t iit S aud PERRY rtUKft toll ItiawtbrOiiLoH J DAVIS' TAIW KILLER" iv(t will Is wsld mi arrrdli of threw Mwuiba lu all sMHuaolirti dwIUraahd overt n4r Ibal auosowl, Mrfw hudr MviHuble U roilof !mw ol I bolria, I kwlwa Uwoo IM.r LUiband ia hi taiMotr Sol luk ttt Maulurd ." m PailM VtTattudst(tnit u luokat Ik feits vtlll Is at aMJalllU.rl lw.4lla. uMlkl b.. Uttll MMHllll IIHI boowbwld o. 1 4joiia1u4 jf jjlina ou 1m undrralciurd. irt. .1 kaod lor loiowjul. St-Bold SI(-iU- icl July J u A, II at U I M. bar., of itu. BOWEl COMPLAINTS . IlltllrSs.tiw.llka.b4alll lJ Opp. Jill, SUufurd, Kr lI.M't. &I.C inferior Journal. so?A.air3roi4r)l icy. Friday Morale. Afntt 8, 1879. H-- . I'. 1VAI.TH.Y, KJItr much afViy amonr the Monday, but tfco State Democrat ticket received alxmt iro him major o, ity (38,000) that It && fow vrhen McCrcary was elected Uovernor, The Tote for the Constitutional Cob vention ilM not reach tho requisite Uonitltutlonal majority. The Kefub- licans wake alight gaini in the Ieg! ture, but it is, ol course, atill We append Democratic. tho results in aone of the adjacent Tht KtrrtlM. There itu ll 7rt counties: Hoyle. Democratic State ticket carried by 192 majority. Doneghy, (Dem.) for llepresentatlve, beat Bar clay (Hep.) 442 vote. Shumate, fDem.1 e ectal Jailer hy 201 ma jority. Gakrard. Majority for ItepuUi can State ticket about 300. Murphy, (Kcp.) for KepresenUtive.clected over Mason (Dem.) and Invell(.Um.; by about 297 votes. For Convention, 1,800. Mcrckii. et hr 400 maioritr. Watt Hardin' majority, however, will nearly double this. T. L. Robertson, (Dera.) of Larue.for District Attorney, and John K. Duncan, (Dem.) for Iteprescnta. Elected Dem. State tick J. P. Cole tive. had no opposition. man (Dem.) elected to Gil tho unex nired term for Jailer of W. A. Bro- nauch, dee'd. Madisos. Majority of about 150 for Dem. State ticket. Speaker k. W. Turner, (Dem.) tor Reprcsenta' tive. defeated by J. Speed Smith (Rep.) by not has than 200 majority, Marios Electa Dem. State ticket by about 420. RawliDgs, (Dera.) for Representative, elected by 457 major-ity- . Robinwn, (Dem.) for.Common. wealth' Attorney, had no opposition. For Convention. 937. Rockcastle See Ml. Vernon let. ter. .lEMAMrNC-Scndi Dr. Welch(Dem.) back to tho Legislature. majority about 50. Tupman, (Dera.) for Rcpresen' tativc, elected by 30 votes. Louisville Elected Dem. Legist candidates Iative and Senatorial AiiAin.-Blackbur- n'a throughout I I Aa tho Slato to lead off in the Fall Fse pracrsssasfs sad etkse lrwstlca, 4Jres elections and inspire tho Democracy T. H. Her KKHA.V.Fml.. with enthusiasm, Kentucky did not OeDr. F.O. VOCXO, HmUhkIUs, Kr. Libert;, Kr. advantage on appear to a very great Monday. If the Democrats in Maine, PUBLIC SALIn New York and in Ohio follow the Cin. Knq. example of our Kentucky fellows there useless excresenco after a few ycars.aud LAND, STOCK AND CR0P1 will be aome hoary tumbling of Dem' popular disturbances will be wiped (ol. ftiAXK wni.roKO. ioa figures. We had out in blood by order of the Chief ooratlo an I will offer tor --al. t lha felfhMl LlJJrr.oa hoped to record a more generous and Marshal. This is about the style of BlUtr Itlrrior Jomnuit: A man's circumstance WEDNESDAY, OCT. 8. 187. lively outpouring of the faithful, as a government the Republicans are talk- in life, Ida succca want of it In a pecu or 'promise of what Kentucky would do ing of establishing in place of ntary itoint of view, the character of hi XttafarMM walffc ( mv IItU Uaralroutf.4 av. tkrvo mlW atHlbv CUT, roftUUlBf tM ACKLM t)K k I next year, but there was evidently too delegated nnd re- relation, whether rich ana Intluentlal or Government of LlNU, la lot? Mil of ruttlTatW; a lIoMaaO. HarM anJ ttnaat twutn; It big figures stricted powers which the Constitu- the rererae, the locality In yihich hf food ItJllat great a reliance upon the U vU wtUfrJ with got! aoH7 afrrfalllic and all audi thing, hare much to youac orchard lavanag an of former elections, and every body tion now prescribes. It is their de ipriBM for stork, aad Vuodasraorfrvlt; 11 and ralTt, arrar in determining the post' concluded that somebody in the big liberate purpose to destroy the Union do, far loo much, old MutW: I Uatm: m niim: 10 1 and Jack; 1 itavlltoa; a yrMtiw bonataud aiarf; W hood lion which he I made to occupy In tht Democratic iold would help tho tieket This is the logical result of tho abso ot Bajff; on f wra aw uwiat; ou arrta oi torn. lc aa world of injustice. Succcua in the matter oi a j, isuo oaantu wnoai; ivo wafooa i and bring up the majority if he didn't. lute ideas advanced by Hayes, Secre of gathering up dollar girea prominence botdaod kluhra laraltaro. Th Uod vllllaauld The Kentuoky Democrats must do tary Shermau, and nearly all tho Re and Influence to moat Inferior men. They oa tbo folltfwlar toraut Onlhlrt daa; tha loi- rn BltU 1VJ BBC rOOb Liit(4 IfT aukl onTO a C.-are not only reaprcted In a social way better next year. If they behave this publican organs and orators. vlll lemt. Tha laarraoaa frara, rrcau i aix woniaa IW ail aunia orrr Im dolUra; even them but are often way in November, 1880, they must Ihalauaaaod aivl?r. raih In Land. Heavy rain and wind nearly all eialteilthetomeaneat of of honor and power hia power, U7-poeition JOHN L. Tilt UNAS calculate un depressing consequences. over the State last Tuesday. Hail in for no other reaaon on uod a earth than The war waa not long In progress until If the Kentucky Republicans were some place. 3IHCtLH5tOl the mere fact, that by mean beat known the abolitionists of the East began to not a poor, indolent, lacadaisaical set to themaelrra (and which they generally clamor for Ibe destruction of slarery. Not ADBAUCAMIirU&llANT WOUMS -f NEWS XOTKH. they would have done much better Zero to themaelrr,) they hare become poa- - withstanding the Union parly In Congress trortU without Ihauoaori'Dlauo. VimtaUo There is not thau they did Monday. sewed of more than an ordinary quantity had, by solemn resolution declared un The Mercer Fair waa a financial S cta.aiaup.8rDTTNoaKiB,KrtaktlalIad quallfiedly that the war should not be of thinge real and thing personal. much to lie feared from the present ceaa. There are other persona, who, being too prosecuted for the disturbance of any horde of Federal but if Fifty-tw- o Penitentiary eonrlcta haredird lazy to acquire, or not stingy enough to property-rightwhatever, but solely for TA1L0RIK0 the Democrats contiuue to train under aince January Int. 79. ESTABLISHMENT ! a, aare up a fortune, are foisted into high the preservation of the Union, these Gen. Apathy, the Republican fraud The town of Volcano, V. Va., wa total- placea by the aid of relative who are these enemies of the country, who I bata atada arraaitrtDrta to oa a full Haa of mongers at Washington will begin to ly deitroycd by firt on Sunday but. beMrrrhaat Tallora' Uouda la Maoford. aod wealthy, and therefore atrong In Influence. had done more to excite lb bmliMM In tho old Matbay Htaod. on tha pay cttention to Kentucky as a good Such creatures without baring any symp tween Ihe sections, which culminated In 13th of idfuiL UtWn wUI isiaMuo ukanollco The new proprietora of the Panrille AIVtTKlV. field for their peculiar skullduggery, tom of merit whatever, are giren the most the attempted dissolution, than all othera and roaarra thctr ordrrs. A U. tloorgrtowa, Ky. IKfraae hare changed their publication day Ul( lesponsible, aa well as the must lucratire combined, were not cootent, With them and money and men will be sent to to Friday. capture tho State. Theronvas not a Serinagaur, the capital of Canhmere, aituatlona, just to gratify the pride of their the war waa not waged for the Union, but GOODS. for vengeance again at the South. Tores- great deal of damago done Monday, which for merly had 200,000 Inhabitant, rich relations, and at the aame time aare them the trouble and expenae of taking lore the Union, and with it, the peace and ha only 30,000 aince the famine. Having Loach t tb atork of eood toroMprlr ovaThe littlo broken crockery can be Una-- good will which had once prevailed so I by Mm liovlo..wo laroiHsoo to ktvi. al all I care of ahlfllew, lllk. Itouda. Oar Kim hy Yaninetrr, folk. mended. Tho decreased majority must The aale of Short-horn- s happily In this land, waa an object above BfullawortaMiocMUJIorrr 111 la LMlbJ TrYF raaaaautuU, MRXHlflAN M. U'AHUf--S, serve as a reminder of what it might of Clark county, was the Imt that ha Locality baa a good deal to do with this Ihe reach of their mean, little soul. The Ul-t- f lie if every Democratic voter consult' been made eo far, and for 03 anltual, $17,- - thing, alo. Let a man hare hia abode In clamor of these people after awhile, comJaat rrrclvrd ft air lot of lUUwaa and r'tovrra. a poor country in an obscure part of the pelled attention, and compellel obedience rd his own comfurt. Next year tho 125 were realited. world, where the population I thin, and on the art of those In power at Washing-IoThe Wa.hinglon County Stock Fair and Democratic candidate for the PresiThe proclamation of emancipation money la nearer, to which no railroad ex dency must have a majority of 100,- - Agricultural Society will boldlla lSlli Antendsa place that I seldom heard from, came, which made unmistakably manifest nual Fair near Springfield, Ky., on 0.-J- . 000 in Kentucky. and not often Inquired about. Let blur the purpose of the Federal irty to do 27th, 28lh, and Hli. and though he be en' that which Congress had In the uuxt o. Tub New York IWiimeadmiU that l'.Scott A Bona bought or Mr. l'at IKilm lire In such a place,genius with all the ami learning of emu manner pledged Itself not lo do. This there was n plot conceived by the Re- 100 tona of hemp at $3S0. Tbla la the doaed most a Webater, though be be aa full of atriol circumstance placed our heroin to seize Mr. Tilden large! crop erer held by any farmer in the lieu aa waa Washington when be waa at lit painful dilemma. On Ihe one hand, he publican in 1877 Hemp I getting acarce and la held best, nnl ronflno mm in fortress Monroe, State. in a won', though he poucsiiea all the believed that it waa hi boundeu duly a a This orgnru)f tho Dacolts justifies the at $0. Lexington Transcript. attribute that goto make up the true patriot, to help preserve the Union of tbe KasnviLLr, Aug. 6. Tliere are tery statesman, and to fit htm for a place, eren State that tbe liberty and happlnrs of schemo un the ground that opposition mill-lon- a to tho Republican party is treason. strong Indications that the 'roKillon to at the brad of the nation, he will be offer millions then living and of untold comproiubie the TenneMiee debt df yet unborn, depended upon It, On ed nothing, and will be refused should he Democrats can judge of what may bo al fifty rreiit. and four rnt. ask for any thing, on the broad ground of the other haul, he saw a great nation expected of this revolutionary party intereat will he drft-atea by the roilt to- tuuraiuWry. It will not do to nominate about tu vlolafe It own deliberate pledge, Tha isublla aro luiWiuod Ibal ! bata ilouJa at wj aun ruotua, iusr tho should it bo successful next year. All morrow, the gentleman from Coon Creek. Some made In the most solemn manner to Ita iiwi. inB.A0unu(raiwiiii((u measures, however tyranlcal and unLomixiv, Aug. 0. The Iirlghlon Cup body might laugh. The aristocrats all people. Thla pledge be himself had held lawful, will bo justified on the ground waa won by Iaoiioniy, l'aul'a Qray, aecond, vvuU laugh. And If such a man. In addi- out o hi joj Je, end by so docg had In GROCERIES, C0MVECTI0NERIE8. of baring had hi lot duced many tu leaf their homes and all of party expediency. A party which and Drumhead third. Monk waa the only tion to the cast upon the narrow bottoms of loon they held dear, and follow hia lead to the Boots, Shoes, HU,01otblDg, has held on to tho government by other horae that started. lVtling lut be battle field, lie could not, he would not fore the race waa ten to one on laonoiuy, Creek, should, by misfortune, or by Injus cruel fraud and every species of crime, who won eatily. desert the army and the cause of Ihe Un- QUKENaWAHE, tice, be loaded with the further ain of QLASHWAIIK, will make a league with hell itself to and of being connected by ion; nor could he, by hta alienee seem to IXir-e- y Two pious Itepubllcana, consanguinity, with iwople who wear jeana sanction tbe act of bad faith which waa keep iu power. That is the Itepuhll Tobart-o- , CIkhps and Col. Curry, had a Under lliee O.-and work for a living, reckleae In about to be crprtrated, can party. fight on the atrreta of IVnrer, Col., clothe atnfully embarrassing clreuruslanpes, be, deed, would be he who would oOW to glr v.KjuoitH, the oilier day. Walxer Evans spoke in fifty coun drunk, although Theyitwere probably both hlui a boost for political preferment. II In a public speech uttered hta earneat proIt aaid Itepubllcana aNliaN must wail till hi lime comes, with the un test agaluat Ih proposed procedure, at tics. The Democratic majority is in. nerer drink or fight. creased about 0,000. That, a gain of Stoughton aaya that the actual buuiieM derstanding that bis tlm will not come the uiui lime declaring bla continued loy. EuJIeis Varlet of Bundrr Articles. ally to the Government aud his unwavertill the aristocrats are all dead. 100 Democratic votes for every of the United State Ulnl.ter al St. Pebeen suggested to ing purpose to uphold her flag In spite of speech. Let us have more tersburg, dora not coiumue a week's time Then reflections bar broad-mindthe writer by the career of that what he ronsclenclously bellered to be a itepublican orators In the uevt cam- - out of the year. The oilier Cfly-on- e old sol- great wrong. For tbla he waa arrested, A FAMILY NDITI.Y KTOKI1 patriot, and battle-scarre- d week are apenl atlludluliiug, dining out palgn. fYcomaji. dier whose lutue heads thla article. Col. insulted, denounced by bla Inferior, and and tiring diuneri. This lautlm cota .. ...! ik .lal... al- .I. l..s a III Fort somo reason best known to lha Auiericaa tax parera for that Imalllon Frank Wolford waa born In Caaey county, finally dismissed In dishonor fruui the farieturrattol win are, air i.riiiisriHui ivew, lrJr. Mod al uy hauaaiiytulug In thla Bute. I might use lb stereotyped army. I hay iMwd, atrtty rriallrUa. Walton, of tho Imtkiuoh alone, $17,S0O a year. himself, Notwithstanding sll this Injustice, till expression, If I liked It, and say, "born of Journal, would not allow tho There la a general ecrarableamuigit the poor, but respectable parents," but J object true patriot remained steadfast In hta dc Boobitt to come to tho Legisla- Radical lawyer all over the State for the to the insinuation which lurka In that votlon to the Union. Through all the try. 00UNTKY PEODUCE Yeoman. office of U.S. Rittrlct Judge, to fill the phrase against poor folka In general. Uy Ing vlclasiludea which it waa hia lot to ex ture. who waa a school. Iwrlence. Ilier waanoswerrlng from win. Tskralaessksu;. in llwk si iksklikssl usr. place road vacant by the recent death of the aid of Ida father, Is eaid that peculiar views upon Judge liallard. The moat prominent as teacher, aud by Ida own extraordinary ef- clfl r alirlnkl... from resnslblllly on J property qualification for voting aad pirant are den. P. W. Mudaay, of Frank- forts, under all the difficulties Incident to falua. '., auJ all LW --u.Uo.ia ware I lbuiUlbtrriU j, , iiAVIlf, on certain railroad question caused fort, aud Col. Waller Krani, the defeated IKJItrty. and tb further dlaadranlag of a opn antj n tntya aa wr dii wora, ' vwi llrlag not literally on "Coon Cree-- bql nr.rin f Hon. Ed. Turner' defeat la MulUoo. candidal forOortrnor. Increase is hoM fraud In th llnftfr.1 trial, tot on a Ohio, cut a little ntf.ro fever report, nnd sev spree l Cblnmkm, noted In C.-hoy ami JnmpeJ M ball homl. aggravated ease Indicate an eral very In Louisville laat week, John It. Mor Increase of the death list ton, proprietor of the Faro Ilank at 73 The towns of the Interior are run- - Fifth .Street, waa aliol and kllle.1 by Fred nine short of provWior.s, nnd it is ex Ilhnman, a rlrnnken cigar maker. No pected that nuarlntlnr will ere long, cause lor the ilee.1 I asaltneil. Ilhomsn bo partially raised. wa captnml and nt In 111; and aa he IiCailing cititens here have prepar has no money, will probaMy hang, ed a circular appealing to absentees at The fad haa txtn ilerelnpeil In Thlla watering places to aid in feeding tho ilrlplita, thai the clerka In tlie Water De poor In the camps near this city. Tho partment hare twen quietly stealing tin appeal is only to our own people, and public cash for twelve year, and they actually lagged over 11,000,080, it relate that fhll 3,000 people will bars thieve These hart llrtd exlravafant1r,an1 need sustenance for the next sixty hare sportfd diamond lireastplna, lnt no dap; also, that the fund on hand is body terms to hare stispeeteil any wrong nearly exhausted. now until recently. (C. J. Many deprecate any effort made by The IlepnMlcan Campatgn Onmmlltee white cititens to check tho colored at asMngton semis out every day twenty of spreehea directed against pcoplo In their movement to rale fire mall-tafund In other cities for their needy. Mr.Jeflerwn Pari snd the "Confederate ft They think that no obstacle should le Brigadiers." Bpeecne on "national nance" thry have no use for. The object placed before theao people, and If they of the committee la to make Republican can succeed in their affairs, none vottra swallow the romance of an ap- should complain. The race persist in proathlng "oiithf rn rebellion." IC-J- , their refueal to go to the camp, where The wreck of the atramer "Rrolher Jon ration are free. They prefer to brave athan," which foundtrrd off Point Si, Oeorge, near Crencent City, In July, 186J, the lever and starvation In the city, Eighteen cases In all were reported haa been dlacorrred, ami an expedition la to the Board of Health today, ten ol being Otted out for the rrroTery of the In Trtaaury notes and bullion whom were colored. Two additional f 1,000,000 which waa In her aafe. The treaure be death have occurred. Tho fever is longed to the gorernment, whoae claim to gradually spreading from tho two in hold lapted In ten days after the lorn. fected points, and great mortality can San Fbancivoo, Aug. 0. A Tuoon bo anticipated. girta further adfirea concerning the At a meeting ol the Committee of recent murder of the Shclltnback brothers Safety this afternoon, It was resolved in the Santa Rita Mountain. The mur that rations and medical attention be derer were renegade Apaches halfitdos-e- n In nuralr. They fired on the parly supplied to all camps nnd societies ambn.h, the brothers falling at the alike, provided that all moneys or irom fire. Mr. Merchant' horae balked fin-l received by said camps and aared him. Troopa from Camp Hau- contributions or societies bo turned over to the Safe- chnca are on the trail. ty Committee. Tho city remains re OnThurnday morning, 31t ult, Wni markably quiet and dull. Ilarnett, Moaea Barnrtt an John Ferrell, Wkw Um.kans, Aug. C It was life prlaonera, and James Martin and Joa, thought yesterday that the city was Ijmliert, sentenced for fire year, aucceed- free of Fever, but another caso is re ed In eacaplng from the Penitentiary; but Moaea Itarnct, Martin and Lambert were y ported noon captured. The othera are atill at If tho Republicans succeed in re large. The guarda 6 red fifteen or twenty constructing out form of government ahota at the prtaoners, two of which ae- and cutting up the country into de terelr wounded Mow Harriett. The mlie- partments or province, wo supptno ing onea are aaid to be wounded alao. They dangeroua-looking there will lio a great many such divis were all armed with by them ktilrra, eridentlymade while In ions so as to reward tho party scull primn. It will be remembered that Fer ions who may help to bring about the rell a avnt from Ihta county for the kill change. We suppose tho department ing of Sutton. of Kentucky will hnvo over it Prefect TheZnlu warlamw reported to beat Walter Evans, or Prefect Dcmbilt, or an end, and the Brillah government la now Prefect Murray; tho department of reckoning the expenae. There la a remote Ohio will havo Prefect Deacon Rich recollection that the war waa begun for the benefit of the Itritldi honor; bnt the anl bmith, or i'refect ilalatcnd, or inaull, winterer it wa, made o alight an Prefect Comly, or Prefect Tail; tho imprrMion on the world that nobody lakea department of Indiana will have Pre- any account of it now, and every body fect Holloway, of course. Tlicso Pre looka Uor the fracas from the dollar and The Uouaeof Commona fect will be supported by largo gar. rent atand-poinrisons, for tho absolute centralism nt ha been Informed that the gorernment need $15,000,000 more for South African Washington will keep a standing ar eipentea, making the whole amount ray of not lea than 100,000 men to and leafing a deficit in the budgassist in the wrenching of money out et of nearly $0,000,000. The heavy ex- to support the oli- penw and the death of the Prince Imperi of the garchy. Elections will be abolished a al will be the binlorio erenla of the war. McMt-iira- IVJfeir , Aug rrrr. .id&ssaaaw. Jn!y C'iimI, Ih senior counsel and C. -- An In a decidedly part of the world, where opportunities for education were altogether nnfarorable nnder the adt erne circumstance, he managed to a good Kogll-- h education, to which he haa added by hard study, and many Bnt Col. Wolford la not onlr a soldier and a patriot, but he I a statesman of real ability With a mind stored with all history and thoroughly versed In Ihe principle of Gorernment, he Is At to fill with honor and efficiency, Ih highest position In the gift of hi lis la a Democrat, true and faithful, at all time fight ing the tattle of Id party with the aame bravery, and the same cflecllvrnrn which hare marked hi military aertlce. Now, ran any one give a good reason In view of tlio n.lrnnrlnp season ami In ncconlance with special Instructions from Head why audi a man aa this la neglected and Ignored by hi garty? la It just tnglre make sure nf rlnliir nut our tmmrnse line of again and sgatn, as we hare preference done, to any body and every lody over thla old hero and martyr to principle T Is there a man, or was there ever a man In thla District who could represent us In Congress with more credit to himself ami advantage to Ida constituents than Frank Wolford ? Aa I think not, I now nominate him for that position In 1880. A CARD TO THE PUBLIC. (iiarlrn, anillrT attainments a a year practice, first-rat- e lawyer. Thongh he haa been qnlt suc aa patron' cessful In bis pmfrtMlon, so age gneo, having, perhaps, performed as much professional labor aa any man of hi age in Kentucky, yet, he haa failed to ac quire rlchea. lie haa earned "barla" of money, but hasn't barreled it. He has, In his own Interest, all the elements of a bad collector; ami aa to sating money, he don't know what that means. It will so times lake money from hia debtor when offered, but he will notasV for It under any state of ease. If he needa little cash at any lime, In preference to making some body pay him a just debt, he will patron- Is the nearest Shylock to raise It. In a word, hi extreme klndne, together with a generosity that haa no bound, haa mad It impossible for him to become wealthy, or even entirely independent. Ill rtla lion are In moderate circumstance ma ny of Ih em born broke, Ilk himself. Po.lt la not to him and hi kin that we allude when we apeak of the "money power sometime. In hi early manhood, upon the breaking out of the Mexican war in 1840, he volnntcerrd aa a private soldier, joining the Brat company that waa "handy" ami marched to the seat of war. Through that campaign he bore himself at a soldier In the highest sense of the term, fighting gallantly at Buena Vista, and acting the man every where else. Karly In 1R0I, his duty to his country, a he conceived, demanding hu service In the Geld, he promptly offsrrd them aa soldier In the Union army, and went to the front In command of the lat Kentucky Cavalry. Itefore taking this step, he boldly and explicitly announced to the world, hia reasons for taking the Union aide of tbe 1 fe declared Ida belief that great conflict. disunion meant the destruction of Civil Liberty on thla continent that the perma nent establishment of two republic in this country waa Impracticable that when dis memberment once began no mortal could foretell where It would end that anarchy with all Its dire evil and Inexpressible miseries waa almost sure to follow a dissolution of the Union and that. In abort, tbe only aafe and aura way to preserve our free Institutions waa by preserving the Oor em men t aa the fathers mad It. lie de dared, with strongest einpha!, that be did not faror the destruction ofslate-bol- J era property, or the slightest Interference with the Institution cf slavery, and that In espousing the Union cause, he meant no hostility to th Constitutional right of any person, bul, on the contrary, It waa for tbe preservation of the Constitution and of all right under it that he proposed lo lac the perita of war. How perfectly einccre he waa In these declarations, hia subsequent history abundantly attests. So soon aa hi regiment waa organiied, be went In quest of the enemy and when he found him lie fought him with Ibe courage of a lion, and fought bint again and again, whenever found, until in a ahort lime account of hia achievement in the field were ringing alt over the continent, lo his great honor. Ills fame as a commander and efficient fighter waa at once established. But with all hia bravery and gallantry in battle, and all hta wonderful auoces in military exploits, he made more character for himself by tbe sense of justice ant) Ih noble magnanimity which he qM'ptajed n war than by all the damage, great as It was, which he Inflicted upon the enemy. He treated the enemy according to Ibe best principles of chivalry. And, unlike many othera la that day of devilment, be had sciueenough to know who the enemy was; and to know that It waa hia mlaaloa to fight the rebel army ail nut to make war upon cititen at home, and lo know that it waa bla mission to conquer, and If need be, to kill the reb el In open battle and not to vmrdtr them when, by the fortune of war they fell into fr onlef'lo SPRING AND SUMTilERCLOTHTNGr Trrruiralnry Encmr. Stanfonl, Aug. 1st, 1879. lnelrnive ireperalions fur Tall ami Winter trail, we will fur itw AMgaviatatxr, FOREST Ml ft Ane1.or.t, ACADEMY, rlMwvl ft ll Thlrtrtn Mil fHiht nt. YtXIAf Xjr. tnm Lalif Ulw a Alar tdTlp tlMlfhMfUMnfihU)i CBlmtillM. rw lsf.hf UlajrwiikM, J.tre KDOAft, M, M7-- !; MTPtrttl teJvvvloD.Wt pfcytl luff (H1MMW, h ffcifavrlcrj tnyt THIRTY Offer these florals to the cash Imjrr 3D."2"S ilEO. rri.HaL of Lincoln ami siirroiimling (linntire, at SCHOOL NOTICE! Mis Xata A. Blaln'a ohool ior Boya aad Qtrl will bogin on tho Sad Monday in Septotabor, 1870, FIFTEEN PER CENTUM LESS debt-ridde- n Term, per mill STANFORD elon of 0 month, $10. WILL OTE.H SELECT SCHOOL than Inauguration price, llemeinhcr that He hare lint ONE PHICE ami In every instance SELL FOR CASH; and each ilav'i experience gives us a renewed admiration and a Utter fuiiiulul conviction of the mutual 3d MONDAY IS NKiTE.HlU.U advantage of this svatem to buyer and eller. Tho great panacea lor this age, at concluded br wide male. Kbll aUi tts MoffffiT, My ww it Km Mn4 y will ? Mr rtrsrtt m ft wkUr ait! .hi PJTllTln rl . ln bm wTprrti laftor It. avrako and thoughtful minds, is to bur fur cash and sell fur caih in order In know jour income ami then live within br I'Mat it bounds, and in the near futuro will dawn utxm our rople an era of lmwperitjr uiuuracd by any countrr on nart thorough kit! ttU J, B. XYr.Rtt. ! earth. We would havo our friends to know that we gratefully appreciate tho flattering encouragement extended ns lo the' present, ami they can rest assured that the scale of LOW 1'ItICKS inaugurated by our liouao will lw continuously and as we become more conversant with their special wants, every grade ami class of Mrrrhandiao In on Ibe part of bouse doing a'grnrral and FAKH FOlfc N.lT.i: Writ of StaulorJ axt tlMMit ttftr rrota in j.ommii Ik u Mil HInl-ra- l6attotwaalM7 fin I Uawola It ru.lrt dlt-- maintained, It H. tbKirlltolanDrl.thUlK.ttii4. t Uod, ftH.taln.itc 4tt Am of Waal PllBhOfa fte4 TrOMl llOUAM. COwd indiscriminate credit buaiocas. Bar. OnaMrd,Cltra.lraft abdavr 4 v.Ur, vl. wpr4l4 oil. T.Wt, ttw T arTM. apo lb 6tthMxl axl UIlMJr What we ink is simply this : Stand by irMt.oM prltuJ, will U .IIlarapikrf4. m tvptralacr oM at Mirr tt. II. vtlh a C u. vlth lino will bo furnished and sold to them at price entirely unapproachable us lo the chaw of the yrar, ami we guarantee to usher you into Ift&O, with ia.nr 4 j aniriarw. mpfij vm J. ItTf for well clad families, plethoric pocket books, and to A. sLTTIaK. UatoCwl. Kr. ble store bills, sheriff sale, and all those kindred SOtti. put you to rest upon pillows, undlslurlwtl by drrams of unfathoma- 0ASEY HEM ( 00. STOCK FAIR W1U. DC woe. Study hard tu know the comparative value of goals, have the moral courage to investigate the markets thorough, ly; estimate seriously tho real worth of ono yrar' loan oi a dollar. Note accurately tho astounding usury charged for sir months' indulgence on the part pointing you a JVKAIt LIIIEUTY, TkanJsf , rMsy sWslsnlsy, KY. you flattering delusion August 14th, 15th & 16th, 1879, A In a word: Think seriously, your downward course to poverty and want, and join the tank nf tho lucky LIIIERAL LIST OF rKEMIl'HS, comfort and ease. of the a ceo ni mala ting (7) time merchant, ami awake at once from the unerringly to financial destruction at the magnetic nmllo lo tho de. act sensibly, and al oncealnmlnu the old and delusive credit system, (live over (T) few w!ne evrry slrp leads In luxury, Como to see us, and rest assured that no iiains upon our part shall lie spared to make you supremely happy. Truly Your. E- GEO. H. BRUCE & GO. iitiDtviar, oaoctaiM, ae. IICElLIUOt. J. WARREN 1 Xt. & a.owsLcr W. It. UlfldlM. BORE A WELL if von Kirn a wru. ! lirr SN OWSLEY&H -- UEALEIMIX- I Ulls I. .l Ikilll. A. IVwdkl'sMukiM .VT ll7Nl,N.IWN(T,II.OTMm.ll, A. Ilre4kf, MUMS..III., Kf . r!T srr mnurr fu II. It; ess M IraJ .Ilk fc.li.A. hsMibl I. Un sw kiss, II .111 J9n .Well. Ills rwB STSSm UU MtklM . .llkkl. O. .STOIIK, MUN. C. 107 J. OTilVKll. . ah HARDWARE! STOVES, TINWARE, Fourth Avenuo, KENTUOKY. LOUISVILLE, Would Stanford. Ky. uawikr that Ilraaawaaa4 Wra til taaa 4rMir la -- h llbaltrt hblta, la tka UdU tvf la frrd la - aad GROCERIES Queonswnro, Quoonswuroi Glassware, Glassware, i ! 1AIUN NOVFXTIUN. nl IlinrTrniiiaH riaitr. Irdm aaltctlrd is AlltcMdaauldalrftlf triiuf4uiM till ItPtMkarr lat. n Murrain (attu a n aJ KtHMrllr 1111. I Sltl-t- Suit. LIinc, Coinoiit, U aflnWw t TUE WEEKLY TaTVk w iiupioiuuuts, 1 AwVl AtVXava POST AND NEWS. Best Dollar Paper In the Southwwt. MILLINERY Of Every Description. ( $I.OO l'KK It yi:aii! anii Nma. Coplra lo oor Address fur $10.00. In militia to our tk tf t dninirr, Tin J. N. DAVIS' kart fiaie and hunty Grvceri, QmfrHUm We have made arrongements this Dailylc Weekly season to handle the celebrated for SG.75 aYear CIMtT nu; CTyirr f, 11V vnJ TtAitTuit. dull kfrralrr (Itu- Mccormick 11. ltp a etmJfte ttark rW juM tQuerntntrtanJ in- - rtceiitJ itirtct from MOWING & REAPING: M ACIIINCIH ! undertaker. Depot Dtroot, Stanford, II. WEAKEN, Ky. VARIETY STOltE. parUrt, on auuiimaU of Quffnwwt unJ (ILtm. tmrr, and tU tU mtm ut W n jWcrt, ir Jluriny talrftf hut ftur rtfaVil flail ;tiialrtl, ruM tcngtkentd, Yirtrni than urtUJrt in Im an Liter mtX Which stand at the head and front of all Harveitlng Machines, eipselally In point of durability. These Ma. A reel-poi- t. twr UiJumUk line. awr CMdomm m wr COMPLETE The driver cm rait or In Summer guajt Water 4?ai km CVixiw SuyirM Deem, H&I (Wt, CmMe ftmiit Sy jt, lower the reel while tht Machine I ALWAYHONIIASIIi. in motion without moving from hirl Funeral Call Promptly Attended, seat. Hurlal Cases itutl Caskets OK ASSOUTMENT - A(iU oho a new lot of Cnullett avinijh, i:tc, SrylKtt, Snatlu Duelry4 aSaWtfM, linger, WkeiMunent THE M'CORMIOK THOS. B. CRUTCHER. lllUI.I.'U IN JMcktuli, i SELF - BINDER IKON, ers. Ike ..st. Needs no comment. It ha taken fiirnd to Ufp evrrytkUg tktt Uluup ta the prize In almost every field trial, our urerultine$ ofhuMne ami vLiI nv fun Both tingle mow. uU We t will 8TE1.L, NAILS, HOUSE SHOES. get on tkurl notice. mule We can alio furnish you with one of tha best HUBS, SPOKES, FELLQES.&c. AMI rrictfuU$ keep oil n nent 4 it cult linl yuuJd v to yii It w.'WWrTjJiriiiil!!,': Sulky Hay Bakes, & nauvi:n iati:.t vm:t:i.H. rrat .T. H, WMIUKN SON, Now in Machine us. f. O. STORE. Call and examin our and Bake. 30U W. Matu Btieel, HLpUlliVILLE, KCNTUOUY. STliq inferior Journal. Friday Morning, Angmt 8, 1870. .('.( f, XOTICKH, Curve lnc.n't iwrrt nat formic t tMa I.amiitlot of ol.l oflic. TaKCTour l'rwrlltoM lo Mcllntwrl lt ir tolnccw. Rrl lite lilslirsl rash riimimiinilril TuiKtif Hath Hor. rulr, l Mcltnlrl AHtajt.'. Takk roiir tirmliir to A, J. Harris, onl A rrnl a ami rlrc for It. l'livaKuxs at ('lirnanllA IVnnj'm iirrirrlllnna amiralrlj of MoMIng anil i'irtnrr I.Aiuir sli Framr al lixllnni rrlcv at tlirnaull A IVnnj V t'miR lint Oil, ('aalorOilamtflol.Irn MsrMnrrjr Oil fur ltfsiwrs, Ac, at ltlom irlT, at Clirnanll A lVnnjV 80.I Walrr llaTorril with tin Siwal Hj-r- ti ami m rol.1 at (IrrrnUixCa try mniin lain, A rtntaagls Clirnanll A rin)V Ax thl I lli season fur lulnllnc Tour liousrs, 7011 ran find a rotnjilrt stork of 1'rn-nt'h1 anal ruinni at I hmaiill 111(1, Am. arnmntaannliM Julr 1st, ainlllioo ado lit imi arlllrj lll lraMnll anl rlos thrlr arrounta wilkoiit furlhrr drlajr. Mclbilwrt A HUfg. KtV Wiiitk I.rsn. IJnsmt Oil ami Mlihl faints ! Imllnni primal Mrl!olHA (iihaMtanla crow sallow from torpid Mr-erIrMltrralion ami all dlsaaae arialnc front ft Jlaonltrvl stomach ami Iniwrls. Tlirjr sliouM of course at all time krrp the llrrr arllrr, ami to nnr rrauVr rr riHimirml Tahlrr'a I'utUlInr, or Yrrrtahl 1 liwilr. TaVrn In tlnir. will oflrn Vt( nil Mr ami ninth anflrrinff, M rrnl.?' Kor sal 1. MclloWrts A Mcuro anii Uihtni Htati. Owing la thrlr warm aikl Jrllililful cllmalra. thrlr 4rr W. 'er' Ointment will curr, If usnl acrordins; to .ilirrrltuna; Tn A'calat llliocaUBum, known aa Hart Chestnut, ronlwionl the Huclrje, haa Iwen lilfhlr esleemej fur man tear, oalne; to lh fart, that It law. Mimra tlrturs. Ijina In the hillrr principle railed Kaculin, which ran I utilised lor lh run of 1'ile. If aflrctcd with that terrtUe disease, ue Tahlrr'a Ilurkrjo III Ointment, ami U rrllrrnl, l'rlc 60 cts. Kor aat ( Hate Yuu tiir IUtkxtkT It la awrll rstsMishnl tct, that Tahlrr'a llucVrrr I'll nothrr eicellrnl rain fell hrre The GRANn OoTrnxo.' IlAtiAt The cropa are Crab Orchard Spring, on Tnrla rTrnlng laat promlaea to now aafe In thia aertfon. ecllpae any thing of Ihe kind erer glren In thia part of the State. 1 he Gorrrnor and llrv. J. B. Hina, of thia place, ha hern many of th prominent men from the adelected Vice Prealdrnt for IJncoln ronnty joining Slate are rtprttrd to be present. of the HuteHnnila Bchool Union, . The Aca.uiTTAi-- Or Hettl Flh on the W'K will puhllali ft rhl of tlianka from charge of the murder of Henry Alford, la IUt. J. I,. Ilamr to hla parlahtonrr not a anrprtae lo a good many peroona. The wrrk he hadn't time lo prepare It fur tht nry were not Mtlaftrd that the blow at her laatie. handa canned thedealh, aa that occurred Cot'HTT CocnT Rat Ial Monda.wfjra fourteen or fifteen daya prior to the lime the dullrat yrt. Vrry Utile bnalnra of he died. The doctor who (ratified, jtald an klml waa done. Our ancllonrcr had that there la no cane on record of ft prraon no rrpott lo make, tlirre being no alock on haring re. I two wrrka after a fatal Injury the market. Nothing of Inlrreat waa done had been Indicted. by Ihe court. Dn, CO. (In a it am Of Ixiularille, wdio Fatal Pali. -- A Utile la , ... .anefidlnB. a rhtltCrli Orchard, rail- . . ... ..., -. n Mlllnlge-Ttltannof Mr. tiro. A llrnrdlct, of rd on ua laat Momlay niuinlng. Although lioree al Ihe Lanraatrr the frll from Ioclor ta 9) yraraohl, he waa rery ilee near town on Monday, and had al roua of walking from Ihe Spring to lid hla ahull fractured, lie waa taken home, place, ill.Hnce ol 10 ml lea; lull, lielng ami d!rd frw dara afterward'. unable to get company, he took the train. ArrtnrT.- - One of the ahafu nf Mr. He eara that he walka aa far nenrle errrr He In Ornrgo nohhlll'a Imggy lierame nnfaalrnril day while In queat of riirluallie. while he waa drlf Ing along Ihe pike Wed forma ua dial lie eiprct to rrlurn to Lou neadar erenlng, araring the horae ami tarille about the 20th Inat., In order lo at- lend In hla denarlm.nl In Ihe f?riw!.htnn. raualng It lo Jetk both ahafta off and to run home at full apced. Mr. Itoldiltt waa The Ikictnr rennrta ua (a v lhl inrnn. rurloaity of any kind would, do thrown out of the buggy, but not much hating him a great laror hy Bending Ihe name to hurt. him al Louiarllle. Ky. LmiiTXlKii. During thealorm of Tues CIECUIT U)CT. The following caar day erenlng, lightning atruck the hnnaeof Mr. Prlrr W. Carter, tiring near McCur-mac- k' hare been tried aince our laal report: Aaher Harrla, fur unlawful ahoollng, Church, ami knocked off tne top of n chimney ami aoni ahingle, then ran waa fined (30. Ilrllle Fiah, on charge of the murder of down the guttering Into the rlatrrn. Ilia wife ami one of hla children ware rnnald- - Henry Alford, waa acquitted. MUli Chrannt waa acquitted on Ihe rrahly allocked. charge of rerrlrlng atolrn gooda. lloftum Waa prelly badly Ualen la.t Charlie Sllgall for lreai, waa fined $10 Momlay, Inil he haa the eflronlery lo ollrr be worked out at $ 1 per day. hlmarlr a ft candidal again In I8SI. He to The petition of W. II. Miller, County I wullng a great deal of the beat portion tor manJamua agatnet Judge of Ma life In Ihe puraull of that which he Attorney, Brown lo compel him lo Iau warrant haa t trr .how of gaining. The ma ir agalnal ihe Dlrrclora of Turnplkea fur not jority of the ieople of IJncoln nee through condition of Ihrfr load., waa rriartlng hint loo plainly. IlAl!( th field for IMI. .Vi( JtrjmihJym motto Gratefully yonra, Fontaixe t.txror.x rotwrr, my hla horln majesty, but he declined to descend In any nch angelic fashion. It would be encroaching npon the storytell F BomttT rV. prrrngallr to say how he did get down, o hereby hangrth ft mystery. I Jrtlionfer Cntlrorf Al tTafml.kfirt Ky wkaae a4rertleTOeMairan In IM paper. Isaeeof ibaoMert anl asost rslsbra- IMIaillfstbknarsf theeriarattMl nCwsfnen I the atate. Miay nf lh most arrsnijltakr,! anj snil wiwseanf Hi ennalry i lain II with rrHsa their nw "wnr.iiw sr. now wwiinf Itins--r flSBanief la hsatlrtlr ttklthdrrlera!it Ila hall. I I f 3 THE IMPROVED WATER ELEVATOR & PURIFIER a MflfFIELD HtmlmHtWr. Iteject erriy commnnlratlon which doe to the rain of Tneday. not allude The election nn Moday waa the leaat any held In thia place for many yrar. The "great chronic" acknowledged Ida at the potf on Monday erenlng, tint Immediately announced hlmaelf aa a candidal for Itrpnwentallre In '81. defeat MeKoberts A Htarx. Inter-eatin- g "The "Southern Neva" column of the of laat Friday aaya that In certain town In Florida, of 700 population, there hare been but three deatha elnce Ihe lal of January laat. Me can beat that fur health hrre In Stanford, fur, with a population of 1,'XK), there ha mil been ft aingle death a! nee thai time from Omrirr-Jaum- with thuire, rnlrrtalninc, ami altot-rtheilrlifhlful rratlinf inaltrr. Amon( the II. Iutratr! papera are another of Mr. (luern-t- j' the auhjrct, on Ihe "rrrweutiona" rrrarrqllonA of Ihe LollarJa" ami noUbl I'oullira akrtrhra of Ihe Orefrorr IX, Orrrorr X, Celraline, V, ami llnnlfice VIII. "The Zulu Irffeml,5 br Major Calhoun; "The Jaina of Imlla;'' "Latalrtte'a tVapa from 1'riaon;" "Chlr. airy anj Knighthood," etc, are ajmlrable artlclre. Anionc the atnrtea worthr of articular mrntlon are "lttih ami lteac-tlon- ," br Iter. Mr. Ilakcr; "Arthur More-land'- a Fortune A Thorny Path;" "lieu-lie- n llolnra'a Kallh, elc, etc. Tlit poenia are original, ami owraa unuaoal mrril, full auatatninfr the reputation which thia nagailne haa won for Itwlf In thia depart-nirof lilrratarr. The more alrictlr Include "ilriuemher," hr Tboraaa A. Ilojt, IMM "The Inralid'a IN)rtion a aermon br the editor on the auhjrct. "Secret IMacinleahlp;'' "Popular Kirtraia," etc., rta In the editorial de- editor diacuaara rarioua iiartnent theamons Ihe real 3e(anl " "The Ilora at the the Whrra,, rtr. "At Home and Abroad" conlaina ft full aitmmtrr of Important erenta Irtna-lurin- g in the relifluua world. There la atau ft couprehriMlria an.l moat Intrrealing mlarellaiij. The number containa VIS liiarto iwcra, ami the IllualraUona number nearlr 100. The aubacriplion irlce la on S3 ii Tear: is monlha, $10; lour monlha, $1, Kingle roiiicN, SA renU, lioatiiaid. lNibtialung llouae, M, Frank MA 67. l"atk l'lace, Nrw York. Krakk I.mi.it'a HuNtur Maoauxi: PATEXTa Were laaued from the V. S. ro Hinuin.-Tli- ia eicredlnilr publication cornea lona aabrlfht. Palrnt Office on the S9th of July, 1979, to r, rich If irrlflitcJ Wm. C. McCormack, freIt ami livrly aa of I Ma county, on r illaeaae. par hi Lamp Burner. The bu.ineaa waa attended to by the old reliable nrm of Munn A Co. In a way marked with promptnra and ability. Mr. McCormack will, a aoon a be ran make aultable buatoeu arange-nientplace hla Intention In the reach of Ihe public. Almmt llrnt Hut (hire werkaraore until Summer will paa away ami Fall lie gin. In order to rloae out a far aa poaai- ble, erery thing la the Bummer gooda line, our JfrIenJ,the Hayden ilrolhera, tell ua to aaaure the public thai they atlll offer errry thing at lower price than at any other time. Many of Iheee article will anawrr for Pall and Winter ue juat aa well a for Summer, and the fact that you can get them for arm Ira than coat, ahoulJ induce all who are able to pnrchaae to come forward and do o al once. rKiisax.ti- Ma,ialMa.ll.8.MTUa l.ll. i WrJanJif. Ma. Not Worth While, It la not worth Idle to run off lo Loutafille or Cincin nati, to buy gooda of any kind, when the plain fact itarr you all In Ihe fare, thai hrre at home, at Hayden Brother, you ran aupply efrry want at price that are admitted to be lower lhan can be had In either of thoae large cltira, and the gooda here aie In erery rraprct juat aa good. In fact, we apeak from aclualeipcrlrnce when we aay that fur real bargaina, we hare a found it aalng of money to get our from thia reliable eld firm. The Southern Calesher Clock Co. Ha ralabliahed hradquirter In Stanford, and eiprcla lo remain here aerrral month. during whiih lime they will arnd agenta throughout all the adjacent ruiinliee loei- hihlt and aril their "Fa.Moii Clock.," Thi. ia a Southern entrrprlae, and one of no houarhold mean Importance, aa erery ami Iheae are wanla a good lime-piec- e certainly the Cool rlucka w erer aaw. There I an air of geotllily about Ihe whole thing that at once knock all Idea of ahoddnrMout of 11; nice, plraaant and polite gentlnurn, aplrndid tram and wagon in fart, erery thing about the company haa ami biialneaa-likair that audi n d we predict aucree fur them. MU tA I'.atUiUoJ nMurrrl, ai .Ulllaf lalall .liiallf. MuaMaaaia lUaanarrivnl lal. ek, tuuklaf IM Ike wwh frvaa hrr late lltttrac Mlaa ttoaa Ul.trM,a Hlulaillle, lxl-11-Ike faiallr el IUT. B R Ml UlrU. Um. Jaaa ItuWAM.af Ttaawaii, la Wre m lMIUkrrlaalilr, UnkM. C Haaftrr. a iipMil Jamm Waiiolk, Uaa.HaLlkllaLLlaa 2ta4tr(4 Trias oiraja hrre abj le llarranl rualr Ova aiMroa, Iaa4 a'alla, u la ruallcatlni al IVm-l- r rrlurn Iraiite Uaa Pa. UaOMAt'QU liaj n lMrfrJ la brftlth thai kite eaa atla le ru Ui krr awM'a al llrrkarJ, U.I Kalanlaf. fi.b Ua.CutaillHailH anj Mia tlarf llalUy, U atlrral ervta tlb llalhllllle, TrBB. ir lb.lrinujr.lkcr, Mr. UraJJoik Wllarra. .t Ma. U.O. Lratll, aarrilalriklMlar (b., ofBt. lHils rallnl v a. tblaerrk. la la rkrtBale liaiaaltlerN frwM lklaiulfit. III.Bj.rflUritinil a III U arm rlare bare. TnaprraMiia eke bar klmll rrwewlwrrU uala l, IkeeajefaeUrrlutiwiia klara laal erk art W. VaaJairrr, I'M. i. II. Mjrr., JaJ V. W M. II. Clawcr, IV. J. !aujkc!lr, W T. Braea, blvBHakHj, W.A. lIuiBablr, ll;atlalllli W. M. Mairk;, TBBMttllnT.lt. Malik, br rkaa. Kaallb, ClaikiTllW, Tna.j (I. T. IUI. Mellany WJUi K. K. SbuBiakar, MtAbM, Kr.; tOuaka KlaabrJ; W. P. Hl.boa, lllllmla riwmaBWurr, Ut lr The t.lrrllmn la tkr (WMMry. Not much inlcrnt wuahuwn hrre In theelrrtionon Mubday laal. Krery thing waa ipilrt until about 3 or 4 o clock, after which time we had aerrral amall fighla. The rote polled la about the arrrarr. Wr giro the rrault lielow: Stanixihu, F,ir (lovrrnoi Ularkbiirn, (IVm.) 4VJ; Kran., (Itep.) 273; fur 1U- rrMiilatire lUra H.Oooch, (IVm.) fill; II Ilohblll, (Ind.) 183; fur SherifT-- 8. llaushman, (Deni.) Mr, fur Conalilullonal Conrrnliun, C7I); Police Judge J. U. IVn nla,7fl, I.IH'AI. MATTKNH. Tohneiuville. For (lorrrnor Illack. TwrKTV Tova of Uran fur aale hr Wear-r- n burn, 12l'.; Krana, 01; IteprmrntaliTe Gooch, 118; llobbllt, U7; Shrriff-lUu- gli. A Kran. 132; Conatahle Jaa. M. Carter, 13'.'; C'lHtTiT Couut ComuiriHYa al Ijliraa. man, for Contention, 05; Greenback Ticket 1 trr lint Muiula. role. A Mad I)(mVm killrd juat Uimd IIlvroiiriLLk-V- florernor Blackburn, Ihe Jnnctioo laal Saturday. SC2, Krana, 147; IlepreaenUtlr Gooch, ' 273; 248. ItoLUlLlM: Sheriir-UairhA Lor of acruba of town and nirinlty Conalable John Dtaln, 201; Contention, made Mouda night hldcouab thrlr drunk-r- n carouaaU. , 303. Mk. Al I'ihiuliton haa a gourd grow. 02, Krana, 40; lUpreacntallto Gooch, 71), lug on ft jlne In Ida garden that luraaurr llobbllt, C3: Sheriff lUugluuan, 100; fur apwarda of three fret. " Contenlion, 109; National Greenback tick recetted 4 role The prlrra of tuition In Ihe Male Semi rt CuAft Orciiakp.a. Gotrrnor Blackburn nary hare brrn reduced. Ilrad Mr. Hima' Gooch, 201, Krana, 212; Iteprearnlatlte adrrrtlaemriit III another coluum. 100; llobbllt, 313; Sherif- f- Baughman, Moveii. Mr. 1L II. Wearrn haa inured 202; Conalable John Joalin, 383; for hla Undertaking Shop to Ihe old IU1I 319; Nat. Greenback ticket, 1 atore-roouHiaiiLAMik Goternor Blackburn, 44; 0kmi the Druce 1 lute I. . T" Goocb, 37; Krana, 133; ltepreaentatlre Paint Lick la agitated orrr a prubable Bobbin, 179; ShrriCT-Baugh-man, 80; for ca of Yellow Ferer, ft man recently from Conrrntlon, 132; Nat. Greenback ticket, Trnneaaee allowing inanr of the auiptouia, 1 role, WAYXEajauiui. Gorrrnor Blackburn, TliK hurtling of t barrel of awret ctdrr, Gooch, which rraemllrd rrry uucli Ihe rrpott of 1C3; Krana, 70; Itrpreaentatlre Bhtrlff-lUugh107) gun, rrealrd conudrrahle eicilrmrnt ami ISO; Bobbin, 74; fur Oinrrullon, 179; Greenback ticket, 1. fun on election day. Total rot In the county t Gorrrnor TiieW, U. T. of the iAlge of Ooul 1,373; Krana, 900; ltepreaenta. full al- - Blackburn, Teiuplara al thia iilace dealrra UreGouch, 1,280; Bobbin, 1,009; Slieriff trndance of the luemhrre fta buai- Uaughmau, J.4S3; for CoualltiilloiialCon-rentlon- , nrM uf liuwrlance will be on hand. 1,919; NaU Greenback ticket, 9. DiatiimiEu, The warrant iworn out by Majorllir. (ioternor Blackburn, orcr A. M. Felaml agaiual the rVlwol Trualrea Eran, 409; lUprewntatlre Gooch, 211. of Ml. Xenia dialrlct, for lrrau, waa We dreuilt uniieceaMiry lo git lli rote liird brfure 'rtiulre Caraoo thia weak and uf th whol State tlcftrl, aa Ilia other can. dlaiuiaied ou Ihe Irallmony of Mr. Frlaud'a didattw lecelred o near the aaue role thai witueaiea. lh liurtrnor did. Waukct Flat. Gotrrnor Iilackburn, BT The Police Court of Saturday, sent aert- - itmUtrrrir. rVerer-rriir- r rral colored ladies to Ihe for theft, assault and disturbing public wor Nrw stock of Iicr ami Embroidered ship. Garland Learell, an old friend of Ties, th Court, wa I tied fur stealing turkeys, Nrw ami rlrgant alock of Paper, Llnrn and released In Ihe aum of $25 to appear al the Summer term of the Circuit Court. and Silk Fan. Js.i hrre one might digrrra in a disserta Nrw stock of Zinc Trunks, Vallrsr, tion upon the ragrant and lawless habits Carpel-satchelu.t rrcrired. of these colored citliens. Number of Our stock of Sandela, Nrwiiort Ties, thrm nerrr work a da, yrt thry dresa Button Newport's fur Ladle', Misses and well, hare rnongh lo rat, and nerer freeze. Children, ia still complete. Ia there not something radically wrong In We hare the eicliisire aale In Stanford, a system which permit them lo walk at diamiaartl. large without any rl.il.1 nieane of sup- of Ihe finest and let French Calf Sewed The Court adjoiirneil Wrdnrailay. The ami g port, while the white man Boot eter offered here. Home-madJudge wilt go to IJIa-rty- , Saturday, lo hold mnataubmll to a degree of petty pilfering warranted lo glre entire satisfaction. aperial term nn that dy fur Ihe Ilurdrtl that would exasperate a saint? Erery For the next forty daya, we propose to auit. week the plaint come In of clothing atot- - make a price on our clothing that will sell cn. fowls abducted, prorlslona teaklr.g from them If time are hard, a there la now a MAHRIAOKH. the and yrt number of la rery large force of workmen engaged In dle mtut do their own wore because they making up a alock fur ua for tho Fail and IlmxET Gooch. On Ihe 31.1 ult., Mr. 1C M. Itlgney an.l Mia Mary Alice Goorh, cumberere Winter, we must make room for thrm. So The oldrat Inhabitant ha been duly In can not hire this both of IJncoln. The groom la only 18, don't look shabby any longer, when so lit terviewed, and remembered no rain equal of the earth lo "earn an honest penny." ami the bride 17 year old. tle money will dress you like a Prince. to that of Tummy afternoon. Th wind ItOrKCANTI.F. corxTi: Bai-oi- i GiraoK. Mr. Godfrey Baugh by which It wa attended waa more furtoua W would call rsprclal attention lo our and Mr. Catherine GInn, both of thia than w are accuatomrd to. A number of stock of Parasols and pans, bclicting It to Ht. county, were married Augual 2.1. Their tree were blown down In Ihe tillage, two The election last Monday passed off rery be the largest and cheapest assortment 16 of which, felt aero th atreet, but did no quietly. There agea are GU and 30, rrrpectlrrly. wis a good crowd In town, he found in the city. damage ricept a barricadre. Mr. Lottie and aerrral "floatrra" became Intoxicated. Another large stock of Newport Tie, Uieen'a buggy, which waa atuding on th Peace, howeter, waa admirably preserted UKATHH. Button Newport and Strap Sandals, just atreet, Ihe horae hating been deUehed 'throughout the entire day. opened. Hkidmobe. Mia Emily Sktdmore, waa rapelied Into th gutter, bat not In The Common School at thia place began daughter of Welch SklJmore, dieil on jured. Corn In lh garden, and In the Our Organdie and lAwn are Wautiful Salnrday night laat. of Dropay aged about field, o far a heard from, waa hid a flat laat Monday. Ret. T. K. Burr, recently and cheap. 30. Her remain were Interred at the a If roller hail paaard orrr it. The of London, la teaching II. He haa rooted Silk Mils In black and light color. Method!.! Church at Highland. Hanging Fork got on a bender, ami raged hla family here, and expect to reside permanently with ua. He come well recomCrab Orchard, on th and aweUed a If dralroua to aupercede Sail I no. It ITCH In mended, both a a teacher and ft gentle- 4th InaL, of Coiunmption, Mr. Jame II. Hirer Ihia one time, and carry Bobbin lo mrn. the harrn ofdiupnokiled candidate. J no. Hutching. Her funeral waa preached on The campaign In this county wa closed Tucday.b Elder Joaeph Ballon, and her McAIIatrr and a few other, unmindful of last Saturday erenlng, by Capt. It. 8. In th Crab Orchard the maxim which aararea them agalnal remain drpoattrd ech at thia drowning, refuted to tempt the turbid wa Cher Is, of Ml. Sterling, In a Cemetery. place. Capt. Chetis was greeted with a ter, and remained In town. The gleeful HoLMAH. On Augual 2nd, In Crab Or children are playing In the mud thia morn good crowd. II I a fluent and forcible chard, of Conaumption, MIm Fannie Hot- - ing, and with Infantile Innocence, awribe speaker. He presented the party issue man, aged 23. She waa confinrd to hrr th unwonted Imury to the election. sharply and distinctly, and made aereral room two month, during which time alie rote for Ihe Democrats. auflrred greatly, but bore it patiently, and IXiittel City. John P. Hughe and Aleck Smith, two waa ready for death when It came. A heaty wind and rain atorm here tut prisoner confined In jail charged with larTuetday erenlng, raged for nearly one ceny, escaped last Sunday night from "du STOCK AXD CHOP. hour. Corn and millet badly blown down, rance rile." There wa a hole In the floor but the ground thoroughly aaturated. of the jail which aflordrd them an easy Uncle Jerry Maxwell, of Tninraare, aold means of egress. Once under the floor, Notice. I wilt eetl to th higheet lo Mr. Stout, of New Jrraey, 500 mountain Jone' Store.McKInney' old atatlon, they had but to knock out a frw chunks hrep, at $1.70 per head. SaTurday, Aug. th, 1879, at 1 o'dock, P. of "underpinning," when they were at lib erty. WcAREM A Kvax are alill paylag 80 M, one Spring Wagon and Harnr, with e, rente for wheat, although there ha hern a KIe and ahafta. Terma A credit of fO Persomal. Mr. Georgia Jones, of Is riaitlng her sister, Mis Fannie decline of 2 or 3 cent a! nee laat week, day, with approred ecurity, negotiable Lulu Nield, of HarWlllIama....Mrs. Bull. A. M. Feland I atlll alanding ami payable in bank. B. P. Sloan. rodahurg, ta at home on a rlslt to hrr ht bull, 4lh Duke of Oifurd, at t-- and On Ihe morning of the election, Bobbin Jeff Horde, of Stanford, Is all that erer bred to him are able to iay men here, were offering to tirt two to one, Ihe guest of Mr. Dr. McKre. Mr. John their tain. and thoae who found taker, are anxloua L. Whitehead, of Ihia phce, left last Tuea. Mr. I.ori1ard' Grraldine, thia morning to aell out ten fur one, with day, to attend the free session of the Comhaa acorrd another rlclory fur the Ameri- no buyer. We take thia opportunity lo mercial School at Lexington, Ky ...... can alable by winning Ihe I.eeant Slake, bid Mr. Bobbin adieu, knowing full well Judge McCtura and J. Watson Brown, half mil daah, at Goodwood, England. that we will nerer hare the opportunity of made a flying business trip to Lotiisrlltr, this week. T. C. Eaalman telegraphed from New feeing hi face again. INTRODUCED.. 1800.' York to Bedford, Kennedy A rrrguaon: The official rrlurn from the election In (1AHUAKD ror.vrr. "Buy nothing at prrarnt. We are getting this county last Monday, cannot be had good Illinola cattle ru'uch cheaiier than you until next week. Krana carrira the coun iMMrttater. A 1'arla can iHwaible buy in Kenttck. A large proportion of th ICeformed Con- ty by about 100 rote orer Blackburn, Is lb frattfal book of msnr diseases, promt-ae- nt TrueKentuclian., gregation fureook Ihe town on Sunday Cook, (Hep.) la eleclMl to the LrgiahUurr, smong which ar COSTIYINtSS? DYSrCrSIA, Wm. ltue aold to Sam'l. Clierk, for a night for a moonlight drite to and from he baring carried thia county by 150, and Laurel county by 229 orer Batlird, (Dem.) .OYSthTERY, BIU0US f EYCR, AGUE AND f EVER, Mlnnreota iarly, a nice .air of coach Pairtlew, 'MUN0ICE, PILES. RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY COM. The Democratic rote In thia county will mare fur $IOOM....Geo. Tatklnglon' comThe heat wa ao Intense on Tuesday, not exceed COO; PLAINT, COIIC, ETC. hence, we hare tost three bined griding, in training at ltue'a Stable, thai Ihe workmen engaged on the SYMPTOMS OF A haa been aold loa New Yoik parly at $250. ol Ihe new Presbyterian Church were forc- rote tz future Contrntlons. Mr. Cook, Ihe Rrpresentattr elect, while not our Dantille Adtorale. ed to come down. In the afternoon, how-etr- r, choice, will male an arerage member of a heaty rain fell which rendered the Tgaaof AppeUUmlWsuBea, th bowals G. T. Barbour .hipped 22 fat hoga to lh. Legis'atlt body. Although a consta araooatiTe, but ometime alternate .attth Iiulatllle laal week that aterageil 291 lb , atmwphrre endurable. tent Republican, lie Is not a partiaan. fooasnesa. Fain ta the Ilatd, sooompaiild and for which he recrlrrd $3.75 per cwt. Mr. Jame Hemphill waa trying a bugwlthIulijinaatlonln the back pajt7l'aJa Died, at the Joplin Hotel, In thia place, It. V. ance, Jr., ahipjl a carload lo the gy horae prettou to making a purchase of nth right stdjsnd un3rth sbooldT-fcSato on Wednesday, 0th Inst, at one o'clock, A. rullna after etflnx. with aame place that arreraged 242 peunda and il, when an untimely cow auddrnly arm azerUonof body or mind, Irtt of Conaumption, Suale, wife of M. P. brought $3.05 per cwt. Ubaiun Time in an uuaiprctrd quarter, and ao discon- M., UbUlty of"tmpr. low spirit, Loa of Brinkley, aged 28 years. Mrs. Brtnktey and kentucklan. snmory . with a fnlina oTEaeWnswlsouA certed the equine prite that he made a waa a lady of many moat estimable quail-tiea,aomadutyOaMrarwsarsasjJJuuttoaaa, which upset hi drtrer and gate Capt, Punk'a famoua premium aUllion, apring they are not few whose hrarta will muttering at th UsartDota before the , Sumpter, died at Harrodahurg laat week. him aome aetere bruise. BeadschV gmrally yaa, VUo-8Jbe saddened by news of her death. She He waa nrter beaten at any pair from hi at nlaht bear lE rujbt ja, Our Cornet Band won audi golden opin- suffered from th disease which finally with fitful dream, hiaalr oolored tfrin. collhood to hi death, hating raptured ion at the Garrard Pair that they hate caused hrr death, for nrar ten years; yrt IT THESE WARHIMOI AJLE UHHXZDID. preuiluina all otcr Kentucky, In St. Lout, been solicited with tempting offera lo play all the while, she waa patient and cheer MltlOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED. Indianaiioli, etc. Laat year he took Iwen at Dantille and ltlchmond. The Hop git-e- n ful. It la ft consolation to know that she ty-iIn Southrrn Kentucky. preuiluma PILLS hrre during our Pair wa for their ben expressed herself u perfectly resigned to tbntllleAdtoc.tr. efit, and not, a many suppose, by the the thought of leafing thia world, and are especially adapted to elicit, wa confident of finding happiness beyond I'ARia, On account of Monday bring young men of the town aa a free gift. a aingle dose effects lh) grar. Hrr remain were Interred In such a change of feeling as to election day, regular court waa not held Since the recent purrhas of Poor llouae astonish the sufrerer. and aale were few. About 50 cattle, with ground waa cancelled (aa reported in your Rock Spring Cemetery, on Thursday, amid a large concourse of friends and relatirr. bid to last issue,) lh County Court no demand. A lot of PILLS appointed a $2.C0 and withdrawn; on lut of long year- Committee lo spy out th land and select May aha real In peace. Our aympathy, . w iinpii'i4 rprtUnll.lr-kll-i- r that r ling to $22.50 per head and not aold. another tract. Whereupon the applicant and that of the entire community, I tenfrfr-- F 41I l. ! mm. Tkr About 50 mulra offering; on lot of 23, 2 for th sal are legion, and Indicate most dered lo the brreared husband and relaCI Hvarcli. larUr laUral a tors. lira mjim. Hr rallwUa th and old, aold al $04.75; broke mulra significantly the scarcity of hard cash. M ! aarg! Uar ikar ! f ran "ar, ati ittu Itapart at $00 to $120. Only a few horae offered, CAHBY rovxTi; haaJlls vltalUr la laa Small Talk. Prof. Lillard haa moted and price low al $17 to $03. Tru ! act aalaraUii wllhaal Cka Ida family to a neat and new cottage on waick ua aaa caa faal wll. MMillthutu. Bourn haa taken ltlchmond atrnue... Dr. We had a glorloua on Tuesday afterIiOUMULLE, Market dull. No titra Noted Divino possession of Franklin InslltuteMr. John noon. .hipping cattle offered. Good ahlpper TUTTs-D- -f tfi Fot toarMraj ha e and family hat remoted to house Millar Rumor aaya MtdJIeburg I to bar a lf tuvTtvmrtvvmaiivwfm m , , saw bring $3.50 to $4; beat butchera, $3.50 to wmmHiymwmv! trtmt r" on Barracks Hill ..Our Jailer la on Ihe aick 1 t41 HU, ttitWlikbUw)taUl.. Carding Factory. $3.75) medium, $3 to $3.25; common, $2. atM VU si AgeasMrt. lIat...MIa Leila Markabury ha a handbV. 4V.i sV(aai4 tufftr 23 to $2.73; thin ateera and xrnr cowa, $1, Morn. Holland A Wright hat opened some new piano. ,!LUliTtlU,Jj. 50 to $2; oien, $2 to $3. Good hog meet ft picture gallery hrre. Pxuoxal. Mr. J. G. Finnic, or Chicawith ready aale; no demand for alock hoga will aoon Mr. Jame Coffey's ilore-hou- a Horton, Southand ahoat. Choice to butcher, $3.75 to go, I In town... TkrirarttaffixlUta laartua iba Aapailia Merchant Dispatch be ready for occupancy. $3.80; fair to good, $3X0 to $3.00; good rrn Manager ol lh FUal. UtttM Uu fttvl MtM U bud J M Tak aTt4mUaarUaa4(aUt4alUlr Taata Ae light, $3.25 to $3.40; common, $2X0 lo $3. Company, laat lh Lancaalrr Hotel election passed off with less not Th tlalsm Da !& uritisf niiiitr hiiiit 40. The demand for ahrep and lamb la Miaa Leila Bryant and her slater, Mrs. than usual. Very ftw Intoxicated. IUU ara brodKad. confinrd to the belter grade; common can Cciupbell, ar guests of Mr. Squire BR, J. F. HAYWOOD, Krery body la making prearallons for Tuesday, lh four MUse ltlffe, acarcrly be aold at any price. Sheep OP NEW YORK. SAYS- lth Baptist Association that contrnc hrre ritra to fal wether. $3 lo $3.50. UmU of IJncoln. returned lioiu after a rlalt of next Tuesday. ImsHh.. B4 IsS ! lirse tm tu Bttraialbsws ts Nbls B rs.nsr ks l4 iks some daa among friend la?re ... .Mr. .lira, $050 to $3.75. Ess aVsssTr a .a llrrr fllXa.- Mo III Young, ofllaih county, I at her Iter. Wm. Cloyd closed hi meeting at SOID IVEIYWHEIE, PUCE H CENTS. Be M Mnrrnr Mlrwl, New Yails. on Sunday laat, Landhaai' school-hous- e father's, Capt, Frank J. While. . Mr. Hulbllt. UANUALuf Valsakl lutur. ssauon sod Osalul Ussalpla " will k usllsdrss Char OacitABU, Aug. S, 1879. Prtfuw Lrst week a marauding cow furnished a with aerrral additions. oa sppucsuoa. Lintvt Cbnary.- - W are beaten (aragraph. Sine that little Incident an Cincin Ctli'aru ( Th Oiley Star Company, of by a amall majority, la which w utu.t eiplorlng calf walked upstair at the nati, are putting up machine for making HAIR DYE, Buffer ou In your agony and bear Lanraatrr Hulvl, and proceeded out of au .tare. They hare contracted with Messrs. eubmlt. your heat burden of laialioii for two upiwr window on lo th roof, where II Pair A Coffey for ou million or more Out Hum oa Wviitiaa 4M-- lilR Oiumi It lutWtUlt,MiVki list . If aUMTkAf, tVtlU laUtaMiMwlf, l.4 year wore, and thru on mora battle fur promenaded with all lh fearlessness of a Blare. Th alar buainra I glrlng em VsVUaT law4 Uf UtUctajala, Marts M Hn'l- M diveralmi of ploy menl to a uuuiUr of men who would economy, and th glorlou riclury vf awAttfawfMHarMaji! L somuambuliat, greatly to lh will m th mult, I am now lo lh straal loaftra. A. ladder waa offend oluarwli b lal. Met, SO Mwrty SI., Nw York. alluding to the de complain that "Mnenln nerer ronld appreciate true grnlua for gab." We think we can, and nar art u uown at ila true rain. The Telegraph Office haa been e.1 al Hnatonrlll Station on Ihe C S. It. Will Mocker, otfrator. Th Telephone entrrprlae iiaa receirnl a nrw Impetua In conariiirnce, and will probably be Ir, ope ration al an early day. Hence, we (ipect aoon to annei the Station a a auburti, which will make our town about 2) mile Iorl Ii and Sooth. Bring then cloaely con. nectrd with the great erangeticallUllroad, we will enjoy facllitle for gelling up a Camp Meeting occaaionally, and thua ae- cure the moral and rellgloua Indoence of Sunday rrcaralonlat, and th naSMrona claa of Ckrtattan who lor ti worahlp hy ateam. Archie Prye I reaponaibl for ft aaake atory. A few daya aince whit out wllli hi learn, hla allenlaon waa attracted by the clumay motrroenla of a large black anak arcklng logaln Ihe ahellrr of a neigh-Imrln- g log. He raptured the reptile and wa anrprlaetUo find that while uniuually large in the middle, It tapered both way, and terminated In a point at each extremity. No algn of a brad wa rlaiblr; but about 4 Inchr of the forward point wa of ft color different frost the remainder. A clone ahowrd that the black "rarmlnt" had caught and nearly auecreded In a alurdy monater of th water pe- clea. Arch, who ta an Imperturbable phi losopher, decided thai aa neither of Ibera waa In ft fix lo bit any body, he would let thrm rettl the Imbroglio for themaelrea. feat or the chronic candidal Th OmrirrJnrnal Tuesday' train bronght Sam'l William fromtheWrst.w hither IheOorernor'a requisition found him. He waa In the custody nf Mr. Jones, and mad the long journey entirely unfettered. He effected hi en- cap from the Lanraatrr nil, It wilt lie re membered, aereral year ago on the right when th mulatto, Floyd Pierce, waa lynched, and Ihe circumstan ce of hla case are nnu.nally painful, Ilia high social tiosltion, you Hi and physical condition at Ihe lime he look the life of a contribute to Intel Mm with more than passing InterraL The election passed quietly, without or uproar. Al 3 o'clock in Ihe morning, lh epithet "qnlel" did not ex. actly apply, for Ihe nobhj army of colored Itepnhllcana commenced ihelr rereille march lo the drum and fife, that awoke the slumbering echoes (and errry thing rlae.) The Democracy, torn asunder hy two independent candidates, did not rally to any alarming extent. Mason beat Learell 47 rote. Daniel Murphy, Rep., wa elected by about .100 majority. Krana' majority t counted at 175. The good old stormy, ahoullng election lime hare fallen back to the era of "Granny Short' BArbecne." brawls allnalr.lMilhattr thMflt-nrilefir- lIs watsraaraan ranmn abas West. tha alamtaH 4 eriaraHon, an.1 lb en.lant aft Ihsnmmrh1lnf P.lmnarelihsarsrTltMIVnm Indl-al- e lh. tilth esteem In which It melho.1 n,l appoint-toenar deaertedly helj. I ffthfAsi htrsly sadheslthfnlwr l eletat rnnrih N tnatluriWm haa done sicl anrrnmlsdhy ra Will purity Uic foulest well or cistcm. Wiggles, worms or water lice can not live in wells or cisterns wlicro tills Elevator is used. Makes good water better. Can not posslljly freeze np. Nev""' "VsieaeHB er requires any priming. No 'P JsbbbbbbtJiTI A P'NIsaaaaBnjt wood or iron tubing to wear out H " assaaawBM or get out or repair. Will last wsMa" ten years. A child can draw water from a Hfly-lowell. ten-year-- ot IIOVKAIFAlllN. , Held. Have titcil one of Iho MayfieM Water Elevator, ami Purifiers Tor fire yean, nml find it all that ia claimed for it. Thejr will purify tha foulest well or CHtern; never frcczo up; a child ten yeari old can draw water from n fifty foot well, lufficient for the uto of a large family; are very durable; Micve they will Inst ten years; would not buy any other when I could cct tho May W.F.EYAHrV- Head Wlmt Your Ncigliuors Say About It. Dantiixr, Kr,, Juno 27, 1870. 27, 1871. Wo liavo usnl one of the Miyfield Waler Elevators in tho cistern at this office for eveml years; it lias worked to our entire satisfaction; has proved moro durablo than tho chain pump and lighter draft. I have been to well pleased with it that last Spring I removed a chain pump from my cistern nt homo and nut in a JIayfield Elevator. When the Elevator waa put in the cistern, it had become infested with tho small bugs that aro so common in cisterns, and had begun to emit unpleasant odors. After a few weeks' uso of this pump, they both entirely disappeared. I consider it tho best cistern pump I know of, and would tise no other when I could obtain one nf them. J. Y. Proctor, Cashier Central National Bank. Danville, Kr., June Stankohii, Kr June 28, 1879. MayfieM Water Elevator and Purifiers. It improves the water; works with great ease; is very durable; agitates the water thoroughly; gives entire satisfaction in every particular. I would have no other. Jonx J. McRoderts, Cashier National Bank. I uso ono of the Irin. We, tho undersigned ciliiens of Kentucky, having known tho Mavfield Elevator and Purifier since it waa patented by Isaac Mayfield, of Ky,, In 1871, and having been using one since that time, do heartily recommend it, and claim: 1st, That it will purify the foulest well or cistern. 2d. That it will not freeze in the coldest weather. 3d. That it will last ten years. 1th. That a child ten Years old can draw water out of a well, sufficient for tho largest family use. We certify that our names were signed to this by our permission, and any communication in regard to the Elevator, addressed to us, will be cheerfully answered. Hon. A. R. lioo.v, M. C, Mayfield, Ky.; lion. Ed. Crossland, Ky.; II. 8. Hale, Prcst. First Nat. Bank, MayGeld, Ky.; Judge W. V. RonERTSoy, Cir. Judge, Mayfield, Ky.; Hon. Lew. Ahdekson, Mayfield, Ky.; Hon. J. Bigger, Paducah, Ky.; Mier Writ, Mayor, Paducah, Ky. fifty-foot May-fiel- May-fiel- d, WEAREN t EVANS, FIRE CLAY CHIMNEYS OR FLUES Arc much cheaper than brick Hues, much safer than small brick flues and much lighter than brick flues, anil arc therefore better for w Ln( Jkr !' BIB! Zt.I, 'Mr Mk jl at4r1 TUTTS TORPID PILLS! running flues from .second floors, and for small houses the very things Any carpenter or ordinary mechanic can set thciH.up. III 3Ky. For Salo by WEAKEN 4JAKT, & EVANS, LIVER Staiifoi'd, . ISKENZVKIt'.N OF VALUABLE OBIQINAL KENTUCKY ART DISTRIBUTION 2,500 Shares, $3.00 2,500 l'riie from $2.00. to $1,000. TORPID LIVER. - $12,600 00 21,195 00 Every Share a Prizo, and Positively No Blanks I DKAWINO TO TAKE tXACE AT . LOTTIS-VIIjIjE- , 00. OCTOBER 18, 187EttTBU - srolBfl Slisns, II SiJ.Jiu Shan lor l.0O. StnJ be Circular tail rtlst LUL Box M, LouUnUo, Kjr AJJreu C AW. C. BnENNEB, P.-- Btlna TUTT'S Penmanship! T 11.! cae. or ltOOlC-lCJJlil'UV- O asniU writ a,r apcttmrns of Dmaoahlp sou Collrns Journsl ta WAIIK'S I1KTANT k STK.WTOX BUSINESS COLLEIIE, Cur. Tklri u4 Wain btrwls, Isiulltllla, Kj' VOUNO MEN, INTEND1SOTO utacounla lX:NIrA.lVHlIIl TUTT'S lm arU Tt 11.! VS7. MlSCILLUlOrg. OR-aJCWITH O. IOJI5! llaaln satharstl a lars auaotllT t irallnt Im. 1 will Jslltrr 11 u rrsular rustouara crcrr uorulB l J. & L. SEAS0NG00D Mannfactnt &. CO., htt of Clothing, UAVIMEBTH.. A l. says: oxk oiLvr i'i:k pound i lh AnJitrIrsnr lltuilurlBa ral. day, st IVraona A IVuuy's klur., st saiu alter Jul 1st wilt IMFORTERS&JOBBERSofWOOLENS aw.coa 8. U Avaar, I'm. Unbars. lilanar. nt oiasraiiriTATi, o. A. A. Accounts duo at tho cloao of oaoh Month, and prompt sottlo-sno- Wiiasta. Hafi TUTT'S PILLS, requirod. Mar t. tin. HOHT. W, BAKH1IW, WHEELER No. SOS CARRIAGE CO., SPECIAL NOTICE BV Woit Main St., UA. Nr r.lKlilh, I.OUISVII.I. t'lrat-VU- S. A. MIDDLETON, Tunnel City. I will par thoblgbeit market price for Stavea in Caih or Trade iu General Kerchandite at the Loweit Price. Will alio take good Lumber and all kindi of Conn-trProduce. I am agent for thecele- I brated Piib Broi. Wagons, which I will exchaage for Btavei, &o, I will receive Stave delivered at Caldwelli I Eubanki and Pulaiki Station. 7Ut-HailTan-bary a MsDufsotiirsra sua Dealers ia s - BUGGIES! .iKiti.i-rsJei-soyau- , TUTT'S Platform Wagons, Of KVBBVIiBaiaiaTIl Ltiw Tur a H. A. MIUULtTluN. ctrrrUr t'lrl-l'U- t Aurl. ty j A Mnter. XtMrAf, .4 fM Kwetf"lli mrrf fit itne Ihe Freirher, mifitniM. MiHKKTI. ii.criu.rnt Hut few men ot the West have, fillThere were a score or more of wr John Drlnkley is an old skinflint MftMWr,'. mtrchant In a village not far from the ed no large a space of public thought men gathered toccther at a Mr. John A NO. 1 FARM FOU SALK. r M The r,.ll lf r"l"n, city. He had n clerk nliotn he per- as did tho Hon. Tom Corwln, of son hooe. Mr. Johnson Is a clever Invtr3TLlTFOia33, KY. hearted man, and a respectable citizen Rrullf,tHmt!TIL. suaded to sleep In tho store at night, Ohio. A( UK., It In Jm Iwn, rtlf.MH..M.Sf I'ifM. riita(sAw WJlJLW.fciM In Mnfwln fwmnlr sttnjl 5 hi thAltingfnij BUMMER SCHKDULK, te Whilo he was not a Christian, he though ho Is rather skeptical In some RMwti, hmw.MHHWJ0a IjiMmw. Friday Morulas;, Angntt 8, 1879. thus saving the cxpeno or hiring n mi if mm nmmm. him mitr mm innviiN imi .. Whl,!iw, rhetmSA Kytv-- .. f Now, Dave Oslmrne, tho recognized Iho truth of the Uiblc, and things. watchman. aKrrctnn . . JM wbftnt. flnml VfMtfw i boftriril f mm sSmTisTwwI 1?IV rWnr,. m VnfpWtn km IN EFFECT APRIL 27th, 1879. Tho women had just organized "Tho Wrinkle. ..iit pfnirimi rTf wihwh. tn aKf iMir MrrMfnr4 I clerk, was very fond ot card, ami was held tho sincere followers of Christ In A Xeie Aitrrrtlin0 t?H, I m Bra ffodftltsjl, fM J AH. U.HIIVANT, high esteem. t lart M. foreign Benevolent Society," when tV(I.. Snrar tUtSI'w WklUJinor. flWaflfim attempted assassination in the habit of Indulging In n MIlMMII, The recent mMtfeH, l tnrfstni'0, Kr ie IVH Mnla-rtM W Ksjtat, r1t4 THAIM r4olkrwWM Ml, 1 U. Iml MM Monrr. . Whilo Governor of the Stato he Mr. Johnson entered the room. game of euchre, inviting threo tff UtlHUlM. of Edwin IJoolh rcenll an Incident rWll IHssim I) Mm. i JIM Km. 1 rrtf irr Urtrl Hi isVTHlRR Ho was at once appealed to to do tri.h (Milam ......It, fton, ilpHtm.1 . .IS.M Aim IJtrU . Tit HUH Xl l4tw 4 tVti Hint occurred while that tragedian of his fricfids to come to the store for had an nttack of Illness, during which Kliwk Hall Hill (al, mm sMtor Itkr Mnnt AfTOnMln l.prtt ! KirfrM. his last engagement In that purpose and slay until it was his life was despaired of, but blcsed nate a few dollars as a foundation to was pUj.ng f llkft (XMta, siM KENTUCKY NOVELTY MILLS.! tafcrmaiw I.T real origin closed. They often played until mid with a robust constitution, under the work on, and then Mrs. Graham, ad Istttlmrlllr. Imnn f vftwtj. IIHIsk M thit city, ami which la tho " ii.ii. IIMJaacI stni m llt'iM 1M,M IlIrM ritts rt Vtiiii ui SStSM ISfiM IHfM " ItaatllK mf lt nnrm, flmf ftl. ttmx ukau PitRK MrAu mran, im, ol the rumor that ho Intend nercr to night. One night ono of them was de- influence of skillful treatment he led: bSJM ! tM I pM M I 4t t M . Unl ... .. IMV Vn. Ihitttwl 1HI Mr. Our I lit 1111.11 I KM Imm tjrtf mm rtltrfK.. 9tA4rM, tt, ( Sl MpM M ! "It would lie so pleasant In after Fa.- tected In cheMlag; ho was "charged gradually recovered. llln1nn. vMt the Tocifio cowl again. Tl1 fitJt tmtt M Hill MHIWWIfiiHtrtj ffHMMltMI iM hHlrtllmtc .. M fimrv.1 man IStlM SMBM It II. IK 1tin nf Aim In ns M brtftf In ifcwwr IHKI11..II ho was able, he walked years for you to remember that vou nr,ffW.U1Mfl)-Smorning while with It and denied It. Then ensued Ar As soon as Wkral,rrJ.Mtl'KV ItrrttMiftTftiltxl bf lb liirfrrat trlt tWiltr, ?c lau.ni It seems that one ORAY'8 SPECIFIC HKDICINE, Whml.wfcttK. s pf Mrtt. Oar rtfetsnl! .4 - .IXIiJlM (V.... TilRIiiKTKiall,il llrvmir. Mr. llooth was making Mi toilet in a fierce quarrel, and tho fellow was out or. the street, and In a few mo- - give this society Its first dollar, and H.r TnAiNSNiuTii-iHiimn- . .. .... 11 is .tiiAtis iuii An.nC.IIV ,.r.TM Mill, JWADt WhlliDiiipr MIXED FEEDS rOlt COWS i' sa0a UrownH.,'- -- "vV hli room at the l'alace, the door qui unceremoniously put out and told nicnts was met by ono of the resident its first kind word." W1 K. t TJfj" , .rnmtor- md it I u.n I VI. II STATIONS. ! He slowly opened his wallet, drew (km (4 Milk ftilljr 10 TVirifntrviU etly opened, and a wide awake looking that his company In the future was to ministers of Hie city, who said to rrri 'li,..l.lrtM 7 A fmi 81 M an.1 Pi' u u tst ps'iimisri ilrlm. ill Jim. flnrlminrf. out a ten dollar bill, and as the ladies individual tiki In and cheerfully bid bo di'PCMCu with. The cheat turned him i Iti.ltUkx, M I I ln.lflfi.il SIM m IM IN.m It . ftttrin, . THI'JUX .. ie lUmfl.rlfat il.ltvSW Vii? rn.tunnil Ar llfitH.ti lll.M IMsm "I am truly glad, Governor, that smacked their lips and clapped their Unl ihrnilkn the astonished actor good morning. Informer, and Dave was severely rep 1W llnlAllilaili, StmlV .linr tnVml .sffl knr,rtLU.tS.MjlM l,ln.,MI II ISsm. 1lpm ttle m lMil.llk, Kr MfM., Mwirrf " ll.t'J.t.'fJ.M llltitnil lUfM IHlM liamls, lie asked : Wlml, ml Wlwnt.xMlf 'Hamlet' fcvday?" said the rimanded, and commanded to discon you aro recovering your health." "How's I Mr mi Klpi. iwK.ni. in en !VfitfoTakIngiiiiHiii,Ji. iMntlll. J.nl I l?rm "Is this society organized to aid the n,t Tlv(.Ci "Fraid you tinue the tlcloHS practice on pain of "I did not suppose, sir, that you tiangcr, blandly. .M IS .We niitltr. IISiWc NillMIMl leiesM trrMnUrftM isJ H4rtff tVrf tllsMBra iKal " Dave promised to cared any thing about my health," re- poor of foreign countries wouldn't aeo me if I tent my card up, being discharged. . n(ni llr Co9f i iMlntMMMtvrrMMHMMVw M rmuiinr H;l MrilriiiarvfnMr lltlltlLV) Kilt. llar cnntx MMrtSkri hkli " I ea yes yes," they chorucd. .tit as it behave, but did not njean to keep his plied Mr. Cnrwin. so just dropped in informally, IMj tiswjtr ! itiM Rt Islntto hT Mall Id tt r Mvnhf Train K. I rMiMrta alAMI MmIIm lili UK Mjtvlr VII.Kfr. MlOo Itrow. S4ir" .. .Uf Tk train Mnltrliw lamM by all dr aftlflla al fl In ''And It wants rnonty V said the preacher. r?rrt "Why not I" were." . train trwm lmiUf Hits i ranklfwt, 4e , al protaiie. He slcteu a man in piace M l.tr lll to ari Ut ltkfiatoralt U'y llarrwl JHnrilfn HhM It mhtm mvrf hf UTrmmt "Yes-- yes I" "You never came to see mo during "So Itce," said the only 'lago.' of the informer, and managed to have XttrCLUJEOl. al lh.i1ll iNMilon hh L A M R H. IIILAY Utlill INLIil. Krr Tilt: tVttfiaiihr.tlt'rab4iti'lirvl, UflAaion. tunc Nv 10 Mrrhanlea' KUwk lTaoir. Umm. "Well, bow," said Johnson, as he "What can I do for you V his games In spite of the old mer- my protracted sickness," was his anlef InMunA.rtl hf all 4rHct4a. Anh.r Train anl MWnmMitl Wo. f rnM-fal lantllls faitHlon villi W ltelMl iTltrr. lMiiatUlt folded tho bill tn a tempting shape t AlMla, (act It, Mr. Booth," aid the chant. They played as quietly as swer. "The Af ImImmI.A N It, H, fntMtiaB(rlelal lh rhaM. IJilitffati laM-- atvl KkknistayJ. at visitor, hurriedly, "I am the adrer-tilin- g though they were all mutes. "I never saw you at church," said "There aro twenty married women "attslr tralna ttm H ItetW th IsrilKltIM 1, Ml. P1tiillnc.As,al(1iHlaalllUallrov1lets agent for the BMembect Now, to make suro that his clerk tho preacher, "and I did not know here. If there are fifteen of you here FT mtmti tllvrsyflni, flflM sfnUlMl tins irt aaaJti MT'ItSANnnCAIitltSIN Ikes IlltaskJltAM BlltJ IkttlJlWI who can mako oath that you have on Market street. Cheap obeyed bis commands, the boss crept that a visit from mo would bo WWkM,Mr,M.fl '?.K?'?r Train N.rtMtMrt ai lilnttM nlin tralna 7, tT7Z!tZ clothlnc-houscomled the children's hair this morn in tho civilized up to tho store one cold night, rjter I'll MM f H. H. Ir HlMhHff aJ Ml est IlaLiuu1L113 tt AsH trSjst), IiIim tr men iin, nwi aa4 raathirt world. Over 60,000 ultters at " t" I llm.w, Mtiwm Train Nn. I wiiai ii al ltlntNi lln iniiiMr U "I wasjumpclled," replied Mr. Cor-- ing, washed the dishes, blacked the 10 o'clock, and lightly rapped at the t4 MSstslB & CO. tialna nf rtMntxtt Can't backdoor. Tho boys were in the win, "lo quit going lo church lest I cook stove,, and mado up the beds, I'll t. ALU. IL, rrhi.rt riakWl IS A.M. "Don't want any ulsters. NlN tt MhtMKI Met U tsf Hit iMUtllUII IU M , atvl im tralna ml Itlg 64 & 66 W. SECOND ST. H. IL frtMN Ml PifilliM coat with fifteen ridic midst of the game, but Davo winked might becotno nn Infidel. Entrusted donate ten dollars." look tragic in a "fcJf ftlmk. aJ WtBH, Ik syTjikatf Hum ft ltMiMl ft IsHlsf bt sffWf l ran mmr lUIUat n ulous pockets. A vaunt I thou "I have," answered two of tho NhflM rise CINCINNATI. and motioned them to lo quiet. He with tho most Important raessago that " rinlln( tf'i MCDICAL AbVIIKR HlatMlrtMa lUttnN -THI PRIVATI Forslgn and Domeatlo dried and -rnrtMun "lint I don't want to sell you any, waited awhile; then thero came an was ever committed to man, you de crowd, and the rest said : Ttrlta U all M-- ' Nftbv cScO. OtM, MrtHavsx Varlstes. l lriflA tint ais4 is kawaivj Triaa, ctuuuMt rrultt and Vegetables. Wltvl t4vwprfjtrrs.',R.sj iMiit m. "Whynow, Mr. Johnson I" Tot UstHMaikiai my dear sir," put In the agent; "I other rap louder than the first. livered it with an apathy that indica U Impetsmsrr.l Canned, dried and salt Fish, v r w ii win, just como to make you a regular "If fifteen oi you can mako oath 1 "Whoa there?" asked Dave, with ted that you had no confidence in its llmlTklHAil tftti litvtir Im a Skill)) litiM, MteM NAM! UlMUHVAtlh. Oil and Condittckles. Sauce., e r Un af )) fMtsntakeJrt sjtUMtt tT.sHsmsl Coin in it, my dear a well feigned yawn. proposition. ments, Soup stutT, Daktagr Main Street, truth Stanford, Ky. sjtshmiff If I were to practice law that your husbands aro not wearing tWai Powders, irroundiwboloBplcon. sir; coin in it." "Let us in, Dave," said a disguised with tho same stolid ludiffereiico with socks with holes la the heels, the mon "MEDICAL ADVICI. oNm..vN.:i timi;. Toilet and Laundry Soaps. iMfssr MaakeMd trf "Hut zounds, sirrah, I am an a- voice, which tho clerk at unco recog- which you preach the gospel, I would ey Is yours," continued the wretch. rMMMMMrneS4jTiSfeWtJtuH4.UtitTt1 L 1toNMjtltfl Seeds, Jellies, Preserves, Funcy tvt4 100) UlwairatttTtM, m im si ? "Just hear him I" they exclaimed, Orocerle. and Grocer' Bundrie. wmtt tfMVtM tssi ctornot an auctioneer I" toso every case. Nor should you have rki( MM LOUISVILLE>.SDUTHERN flsstf t)t I hssmss nized as that of his employer. sejuttttml ailk ta t yrtlwhuitjilarsi fM iiii4 vM ( IW tjMt) iSstsrift H4rtl "That's exactly It. You know we "What do you want tn get in for?" waited to Inquire whether your visit each one looking at the other. wtmrndtt, ttot1 1b Stock unimralltl'fl in ihe Went. Wo.wlll kcop for Rnlo a full n.ftij Mtat eW sss) fwftsi Allr tl lplt1Wlt iW tJvsrsr Mf Iftn agents are always up to tome new ad- he demanded, sleepily, rwtr RAILROAD LINE. "If ten of you have !oys withcut SCNO FOfl OUR "GROCERS' MANUAL" to my sick room would havo been ac, tasts t lino of tho nbovo goods, nil wstHsm U4 ka)jM! attsv an. twttMM tf Wtstf vertising dodgo or other. I attended tafjrtttt "I want to havo n social game of ceptable. If my friend is dying, and holes in the knees of their pa nts, lid . IW fc4 td Issulut TRAIN IIOIMI Klllim. tt et Iks -, n t Mft asttjlmnd-tnad- o your performance last tlight, Mr. cards.' s f ar. and of tho best BfriffawtriArosiia rv t Hw . MttM, tnsuMt I have tho only panacea that will res X goes to the society, said Mr. John liilrr Imllt TtlltMj tfcr sjtff. frkmHf tH tsia4ttJ iWniii ft. Mallet'I tjtMtsow) and it occurred to mo if you stock' liooth, i OLI AMI RELIABLE, J.Ol,tl 1 inatori.il. fl.lml I'l Sue.1 "Now, look here," said Dave, in a tore him, do you suppose that I would son. "If there are five pairs of iM.sssfy, HUts,Ma tUlsssstW4 CTFar taU by would only introduce tomo mention of virtuously indignant lone, "don't you hcsllato to visit him until I could Ings In this room that d) not need JDa. tUxronD's Lrrxa IsnooaAToaJ DaaUrt. A0tHT$ .aHi. l.r nirkiwii.1 St .M,' r ttrtsM tnre.lf fit tatiiM ailt,.T Hls Wti v (I our establishment into your linos, wo know Mr. Jlrinkley has forbidden it ?'' learn whether my visit would bo ac darning, I'll hand over the money,' t.sBUnasrvlFsmilj-ItmoJjfo- r ft 4 " LHIWMM N5 u tie .m tWfla .Ww tha H levrt a Tnwa. " IT.bOnk.r4 III " 111 PK .ifatiKfNM could aflord to pay very liberally fur he went on. flue$ea ot the Liver, Stomach " MMbnl SM IM Tho old fellow chuckled approving- ceptable! No, sir; I would hasten to in ! M.U.. Uli REPAIRING. tw " en ex. JanJ BoweU. It f . rarely HARRIS RADICAL CURE PROF. it." "Mr. Johnson," said Mrs. Graham, . i.a.lll JhimiUw. ly and remained silent awhile; then his bedside aud oiler him tho relief. If Use ent 11 never , HIS " r0R8PEBMT0RRH(EA. "Could, eh?" said tho hope of the he spoko lVculllln!tlUlii(lHorrtMiHlr.i with great dignity, "the rules of this ctegraoitv - MllrkrlLUrc. n stream should roll between us, I se p . I. in his natural voice: JDebiliUtes It TJIU ' ' Irim II n " ll.tr.. . American stage. society ileoUrs that 110 mouey shall Ik) JjUUirticanl In our II no wllh fienhirM liiff "Dave, I am Mr. Jlrinkley, so just would plungo into It, and reaching SEMINAL PASTILLE" Ar.MiiMi JwwrlWe IIM IH tlMclMe.ll ISt - III "Yes. You sco you might grawv let mo in; I want my mnhrella, it ii his bouse, would never pause to in contributed except by .nembers, and, sa I " lel..lll Jnrll nuil llNMifoli. An tiKrtnico ol lully wedgo In an illusion to us here raining. l ssinip quire if my visit would lio acceptable, as you are not a member, I beg that more Uihii a iiuirliT oTii cciitiiof tw f r I Ck.rlU.UU..IKk.lkrni elikMMloi and there, whero it would seem kinder tl.Lf" w . ,r "Your vnico sounds a little like his, but would press to bis bedsido and you will withdraw and let us proceed llk l". Hll.erll.lMrt. eiie . Miiul 1.IHMH. ry InoiirlHuhiCHaioiinlihiim loj iwmm i,.TTvn.rT: natural and appropriate like. For but Im tmX tnm fl,I.U, Unpl'OxIKr, (Vl.aXi jnu can't come in on that mi Ik) ofTvr him the remedy. Go, sir," said with the routine of businet." in. w, ra . iMillMMM llh Irmln instance, there's 'Hamlet.' Instead of r; .1 !.., promNo our 'U..oincr Iho hvnt AlMtI.IM.1 Mr. Cornin, "and seek for the lost, oar Wila .1 1J1 r Mrnvk'. hillle fcl V..ll giving simply tho tinea 'customary Hut tho old fellow inslstcil.and Dave and deliver with an earnestness wur f.irr X.rtrre.t.iul.Ml.ta. Vrthr. 1MM. lalrriMMll.lt hulal.; .1 Lm,iui. vlthA U, ' W'v Inno mil only "conto An Instrument hat been invented uorli. U IL U. Hmnh .& .l1(l,0 M . suits of tuileinn black,' you might add, tr .ivlHr.1 IMJ. MSI K. IL went up stair whh a bucket f water, thy tho cause you plead your message in France ftir aidinr In the resuscita lonlnj'lmt arc here anil rini'l 'tho kind they sell at Bazenibees' for opened the window gently, ami doticd lion of persons apparently drowned, W ,,d. of life and death." Ik. H.. TIIIIHIHIM1HITII - ... ..... m.mmwj. w. .. ., ,. cc I autiy. iin a all $2 1.' That would sort ot nail the atBtckl. DrMUIr. I mil; IhUlff Tho preacher never .forgot tho terrl or who from any other cause havo it over him.drenclung him completely. .m i. OTwr, n. n, CtahM. m. im .,!.! . rt rrvw.- Jata , IC. tention of the audience, seems to rue." Fl eS.ttJ I t,WSStl m. , w.iw,mi,. mm fur. M .. Tho next morning, witli a perfect- bio rebuke of the Governor of Ohio. been temporarily deprived of anima U mnltii . kM ...U .11... .M IMimH.U M t t. hUf.W4 .. :it0.A6... W a it m I'W Tl Mto M mMM "I should think so," said the star, ly soiier face, ho informed his employ f w, . r. tion. It consists of a cylinder of w ti an a m MM Pn M. . I !atVVM Ir...l.v H.,M.i..i, .aA M ., ,M MM Ar ItaltOtrbartt stealthily edging over toward a Hu- er how n fellow came aud coaxed him w am .1 llrme Trtle In "ulorailmt. a. sheet iron large enough tn contain tho .AMMb.MfimMnlMl IImKm Lv tlilnolv leatwrsoi t . man sword in the corner. m Ar Ilk a test! Ttn All honest miner sat in a contem body of an adult person. Il it closed i2 .h , - luTa.iM .... ,i. HlWMMy i to let him in. "But I told Mm what i. nm V LaaVVPVaBsajjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjir "I sco you catch the idea,-- ' contin- your orders were," added he, "then lie plative mood before I he door of a sa at one end, and the Inanimate individ . ... 4 - W W a ttMta " (MKikiUNWal lutiisia4, vlih tlimu I -- : i anssl ttut Iriln, Ar . ..- ued the agent. "Now there's 'Romeo QJaMesanrTj' IW'tLsOri Piimkmktm .wSeei ai . assswtta Iks IU i tried lo make mo Micro it was you, loon in one of the thoroughfares of ual I inserted, feet foremewt, in Ihe re- iWtt niem isy , i ij ft t'-jA" I , !. fif , -- , It , tS aud Juliet.' There's dead londs of PUMsHAX VAHH9 4tt t. Um 9, M. teVee. W Mr.Brinkley you, yourself, sir. Hu Denver. Ho had taken "sugar in ceplacle.as far as the neck, round which VzlvVvJA. WJfLv X M .X. II t -- WITIHUTCHAXt.K ZJI,CX Lf l good chances In that. In the balcony I think I drowned that notion out of his'u" several tune,, and now cast a there is placed a padded diaphragm, Ar run MwNn Coluuibua. O., anil Naw -..n,.r,J:Tr.r.'-!,- ! r.. Urlana,vla Mtlani Cmclnnall ai.a Naak. i n ee Kebliwne IVI scene you might say, 'I would I wore DAIS. U.U ItOX. him, for I emptied a bucket of water wistful look at Intervals toward un- fastened to the cylinder to as to ho vtllai IsoulafUUauii Naatilll(IsitiaffUI y .j .. Hew letut rmtUi (IvIm MMhtlV inn monifuiuer one or Itazembccs cheap m Uill prrwpcclcd regions In the foothill stMl mm reeitMt IW aMU I Jtotrk, vta Meinpl n.,IsouUfUU anU lluua An on him and went to lied again." attached loan W fixtl Xoulalll aiM fHtVrt MMW--. mU ThU cntrrtircanli tlieCort-land- " glove ppon that hand that I might iwiui iinui . UNLT Hk-jtrl leSSVf)Wf The old man tried to laugh at the whero he hoped lo strike a tellurium opening in the tube, creates a partial Vlatrorni Mprlac AVnr-otouch that cheek.'" irUtWMaltaijMtTtarlilttiWrVi(t, joke, but It gave him a chill, so he lead, now that "the Placer diggin' vacuum, and then the outer atmosa very atvIUli, atronjr and HARRIS REMEDY CO.Itr C CMIKItTJ. ana,UtraJ.i. aM tawlsifaail IUI l ItstMi,ICaia AlST. LOUIS. MO. "You'd like that, would you?" smiled approvingly and said Dave was was played out." Slowly down the phere, by its owu pressure, forces its LlvorS comfortoblei wncon for fnrra-trs'at- r. M.r.al ..4 II. ell. riaa,ir.e sVUtrraa t' I. JilMUHr, lfL - aa4TtialAi "Xnvfcoratori grinil)- imjiiircd Mr. lJooth, slowly Cnpncltyrorosietoslr IsMblllU solitary horseman, ill way into the lungs by Ihe mouth and n faithful fellow. He went nn more street canlo xuiiDiM. hat been osedj pernoBK, (be (bias Tor unsheathing the sword behind his on an investigating tour. fKx. mounted, poorly clad, niragerlr equip- - nostrils, which are left exposed. ray practices By TAKE THE liack, and gcttiug in front of tho door. ly tho PuliHc.i comfort ntHmnll cxpra.c pcd.and stopped in front ot the saloon. a reversed action of the pump, the air UoikI fur Cudilotrito. tI, for moro than 83 rear. ? "Yes, sir; we shouldn't mind 8100 "Stranger,," said he, "I want to sell is allowed to 11IIV- Iho cylinder. 3Biolcl Oo.. .Ill Aerolint of tilt OUI Time lUtel, IESHPErKE rl OHIO R. L5' with nnpreerxlrattxl results.: IjOUUTUXS, ST. SU. ttmlm, n night to have that done in first class and respiration is thereby "W SEND FOR Among tho many Moody duels on yera horo." CIRCULAR.: style. Just think how it would rnako record "Stranger, was the reply, "I don t oil. A glass plate inserted in the iron THK 1 I. T. W. SAIfOsO, M.D., Ww'fSJSSrVVS f as having been fought by Contrade, liooiu down at our place to have THE GENUINE SINGER UTBiuariUTtu.i0iiTaitrnTTwi. J casing enables Ihe operator to watch gressmen was one in which James want him." .HEAT CEKM ROUTE EAST! you thunder as 'Othello' 'Dosmona, Stranger," rejoined the wayfarer, the movements of the chest, which Jackson, of Gcnrcia, who had been Tl w hero is the elegant kerchief I bought and was afterwards a United States "ycrrccly must buy him. You nev rises and falls as In life, with the al rj,vn.Y, .i.wijri vii.w.w..im fur thee at ISazcnibccs' at six bits a ternate working of the pump. That challenged party. er see a better horse for the price." Senator, was tho isiitus, muivuKK, rmi.Aitmi.i"HU, dozen V Why, sir, it would fairly ' A A II' iOKK, .(ir.tVl k "What is the price, stranger V ask' action may lie repealed eighteen times He was an I'nglishman, lilc ''Pina1'A.Mtl.lK, kll.hldll, IIKI.h.1lOK(i. Aboro tat atioiTW (Im Axlo of SAVE MONEY. There was a funeral from the agent's fore," bv birth, in a minute, an exact imitation of but he came to Savan- ed the contemplative man. x c, (ho MJACKN(X" Farm h hh.vi.iito, Iioiih! next day, aud in deference to IIOll'SKOkO, "A hundred and fifty dollars, and natural breathing being thus VIIABUlTTK. HLI' nah when a lad, studied law, was a (hoTruimorMtrrnctli. I1IKT, CIIKLk.'TOS, MUIST.I, Hie last wishes oi tho martyr to ad dirt cheap at that." enlas-roleading Frco Mason, and fought galadnclimrut. AVIIli XArjSSAH.VOl.CVli,Atl IA- verlhing, his hearse bore on each side (bis rod carh Axlei lit more Tk KsUtjarff UaiMrfswiiufnc CWsh, al IU Win The inquirer meditated for a few r.i, mavox, jai miOxriiLi:, lantly in the Revolutionary war. Ho n splendid canvas inscription. Life Time op a Locomotive. H.J , .IAK ALL VOI.SU IX (bnadonbleilln utrruslli. (Jrt tasxlwti ktrtita WtnllUs kyateJ i(,(JmiI, lit ran killed Lieutenant Governor Weils in moments and then blandly remarked t U aril hratt( ! nrriabrfv. TIIK ATLANTIC HTATK.S. a Jaeknon wucuii mill jontvlll Tho iron horse does not last much "Just arrived 50,000 more boys' 1780 in a duel, and was engaged in "Stranger, I'll give you five." Merer bo (roublrd with brrak-ar"- . suits at liazembees I Call early Tho equestrian dismounted, saying longer than Ihe horso of flesh and rABSCNOEBSrORTUENORTIIEABT several other "affairs of honor," until bones. Tho ordinary lifo of a loco Kan Francisco News Letter. r.a MirtWTklr.. .11 rill. il. ho finally determined to accept a chal- with earnestness, "Stranger, I wou't Vrlcea, Including aprlus seat ran: niviEi:iucri:i) it ktim years. Somo of tho dollars motive UUMIUS1VILLK, WAMIIMITOX, aad patent brabc: lenge on such terms as would mako it allow n hundred and forty-fivA limit thut JtUmrrlrJ. smaller parts require renewal every M 3-- 1 In rillLAIIKI rillA, $78 SO Ai1 on tf wi lt aiill anrUi.il Ta afltral parilra his last duel. So ho prescribed ns tho to stand between you and me and a Yesterday afternoon a sis months; tho boiler tube last five 3 la 75 OO wi tariff leMttilW lliui( aol young man belonging to an excursion terms that each party, armed with a trade. Tho homo is yours." . 78 OO 1T33-3 4 la years, and tho crank axles six years; loaded witli arty called into a drug store and 3 la 83 OO Will loaao, in and closo to towns, miu A German clergyman who was tires, boilers, and fire boxes from six r&EQCEKT fDP.C3A.E3 AND CHANCES. and with a hunting-knifimilMUMlAMHiLIllMMI.MUNHTKlMIIM. softly asked the boy it he ZXoTPott.Z'lolct it) Oo4 to prompt paying parties, at 15 . 1U, LOUIS TBXa. KX. traveling, stopped at n hotel much to seven years; tho side frames, axles, should row himself in a skiff tn was nut of any particular kind of syrkUI.lnfrltkkwaiJ.llll.liTU., haej.r. down and $3 a month until frequented by wags and jokers. The and other parts, thirty year. An Tmi.r Kinij.r up. Tho boy made nnjjtivcstigation, designated points on opposite sides of tho much. no f paid Tor. FOU NKW 111 It L. host, not being used to have a clergy- iniportaut advantage is that a broken Now THE BEST REMEDY the Savannah Hirer. When tho as Complete as any Printand replied : part can bo repaired, and does not I'AHMMIMIH I)IU TIIK MIUTIIKAir struck twelve, each party should man at hi table, looked at Mm in sur roa "Wo ore out of sarsaparilla, but" Nmllt-aOil tn., 11t.lniirit rtHwtauilr tog Establishment Outsido prise; tho guests used all their artille- condemn the whole locoiuotlvo to the ' baiJ row his skill to a small island in the ruaaMlilUlrliauJlllillMl1luoal Air I.ln "That's all right all right, sir Diseases ol thcTbroat anf Lodes. junk shop; whilo, when a horse breaks aj IL AlUulkr (Wrf Ma, b ell hMilbn Alry of nit upon him without eliciting Till KIMIIK M'ri) U, H.lir BVINIk of the Large Cities, you wait u minute," Interrupted the middle of the stream,whlcb nas wood IhnnllU--, Kjr. U V. II STKAMIIlt llwluiutl J. II, t remark. The clergyman ate his a leg, the whole animal Is only worth ed aud covered with underbrush. Iltorawii ol th putino- On ouf. M.naiMtll.f llluellwl.mettk lipm. young man, aud away he went. JlVYK k r.llH ob- - tlio flesh, fat, and boues, which amount Uuut nuiiKri watilti iary orKu ar j ttr dinner quietly, apparently without jli-rvo rih Allrflun t .HMMl. ItUMWOT IU4l. .NmI KlH. Ro airui uiui iuiui, ilia n Attn i MihiuUIu. iu. Ihe Cllln Iu Ik boy took tho empty reservoir arriving at tho island each party was Tho Jul the gibes and sneers of his to a very small sum in this country, iufti ami reUal'lt) rciu(ily I hruuich Tlrk.t. lur eU .1 .11 wlerliil u4nl. from tho fountain and replaced il, and to moor his skid and stand by it ten sciving for tlwiu U Imaluabld Ijui, NuHk.HuHlk, Mm. Nu.lker.1 irnulh- neighliors. One of Ihcm, at last, in whero horse flesh doe not find il way Pricos for Wprk aro as Lo.w tn every rumuiunlty m, lit lliirl.n.ll.l 111 M.I..I MM, (UlteM la aliout two minutes the youiig man minutes aud thou go about tho island HtMwe Arrii'i Ciiruuv To- .1 Ural! Iltfl.l aiij uu I All HlraiM., In forbearance, said lo to the butcher shamble. despair of us in Cinclunatl or In company with his girl and till the meeting took place The sec U am h a reiutUy, U IIIIWAHK, returned fONWA tuhal OAKLKV, him, "Well, I wonder at your ia I ami uu other ao rmU II ! A T A , W lour oilier imrple.evi.leutly all friends. onds waited on tho main land until UUkiuuuJ, V. Amu, neutljr imrlu th coulU IiOltiBVillO ToStoi' llLEEWsa. Asa Kemper, tience! 171 ll aleal, Kl fin O. Havo you not heard'all that pulillr tin ilencu of tlia H Wo! king up to tho fountain he said : after ono o'clock, when they heard CHERRT ta a ackiiililo i omlilua ha been said to you f " "Oh, yes; but I'rest county, Ohio, says that bleeding tlon of tho tiwnUtlimll going to tako sarsaparilla in threo gun shot and loud and angry 'Tin from a Hiiuml on man or beast may I mil used lo it. IXi you know who I t mine, for tho doctors all recommend cries. Then all was still. At day jrnn Jrujr. chemlcallr unit-- Ii K M .Irtuea of tho Im stopped by a mixture ol wheat KENTUCKY am CENTRAL "No. sir." "Well, I will inB. r.lWMRS'llUll.ld. TO axl, lo lusttra thrt creat it, and if ho hasn't any sarsaparilla, I light, as had been agreed upon, the -fform you. I am tho chaplain of a flour and common salt, iu ojujI parts, Vet. L'ATAUNIUM, fl III I! LA IW, UfV 3 Mt thislsLllilit wont tako nothing what do you all secoud went tn the Island, and found bound on with white cloth. If the YrVTTn 1 ..l .t..lf..M..lte . it " Jacksou lying on tho ground, Insensi- liiuattonsylum; such remarks have no bleeding Im LJkJltlU, uiw,""",1 V'-- riuiuiraj I'lUHIKAUMIA 11MT. Im, NOTIX, say V (liuiu profuse, use a large quanIliyalrlana as "ell ai invulliU to uio it with reble from the loan of Mood, and his an- eflect on mo." . T.UUL, KSM.UIliy, CliriKH, fAIIIH, "Oh, wo'll tako tho same," they j DEPOT: FOOT OF SHORT ST., roultileiut. It U tho inont rrllaUo remedy tity, say from oae to three pint. It (or iltoatte of Uie throat ami Jungs that m I tagonist lying across him, dead. Jackplied. James A. Adams, of Wellburn.FIor- - may be left lor hour., or evenda, UTTEKIIf:Alv.MITKIIKAIS,llLI.IIMI, euro ha .roiiuciHl It atrlkea u, the foiiu. Tho young man began to smile, and son recovered, but would never relate Ida, sit , MTATI.M1JITH, Itlf HT, BUIIIHllXAK, UtIoa of all iuIiuonary dlHuaoa ollortllnjj LEXINGTON. KY. oil hi right hip, hi left hip if uecestary. In tlii manner he sav his left eye began to draw down, but his experience on that night, nor was perpendicular oyer hi right; lroiut ami crtUu relief, ami U adattti-t- tu n itnemi i utii U'ATrj.,uoM.'i, hissylne ed Ihe life of a horse which was bleedlieln imtleuta of auy axe or tlthcr kx was his horror to sco tho boy hoover challenged again. Ho died what Aery iiuaitttiic, ,iitu youugcat ciiiuiren tako IVHHUNd INVITATION. in the shape of Iho letter 8; his breast ing from a wounded artery, the bleedIu the trtiitiiicut of ib wtiuuut draw out six glasses In succession and In this city whilo serving his secoud !ono resting on hi thigh; his shoul- orillnarr Coughs, Colds, riore 'llirout. NII.MIAY. FUNHIAI.NlirilKf, ing ceasing in five minute after the iiroiirniiia, iniiuMiza, uicromaii' push tbcm to the front, whero they terra as United State Senator, on tho -I- STf ,KTV retting on tho tide of hi application. bore 'lbrout, Aithuia, Crouii, jantl Cu Q It was left on threo eagerly drained of their were 10th of March, 1800. llueloii Jour hip; his heart I on hi right side; turrli, the cflt'cu ol Avtu'a Ciiutur the days, wbeu it worked loose, ami was are luafiical, eiul uiullllmU' ere an. CINCINNATI TIME. He tried to give the boy a nal. & WILSOH elbow of ono arm I In Trout, nndkuee easily removed from the wound, whteli Wo Can uot bo Bonten iu nualljr irnuTvi.l from serloiu llhuuu ! Iu 5WHEELER timely sail lulllitul ue. It ahoul.l lie ktit DKCKMDKll 25, 1878. look of mingled halo and murderous at 2uml tu every liouwliold, (ur Ilia iir Prices and in ExAlexis ot, Alartln, wiiom open cap of one knee it underneath; hit very soou healed. Iwtlon it nrTonl In eiulJeii atlncki In Intent, but the boy was too Lusy to r head It fully developed; ho i twenty i.v a.. il ami Coiiiniilluii ecution of Work. TUAIML ickcfi, stomach furnished Dr. Jlcuumont nn year old and only weight CO pound.; Ikllau'i Lesiaue H,.r'M aeo It. Ho felt In all hi You need not bo afraid of giving llirre uu ollar rciuwlr so cllkmluiii, oportunit)' (orstuilying ilireclly tho soothing, aud liiljifnl. , 50 Aiiimw pemilni and u lain. brought up too much. The old darkey said : "It O nrnrrnr eur. nniini (liHlmiall 111. O ' (Iwluuall AitMufl Slaliu S . aai m ai, bu w p bi processes of (,nitlrio uigeallou, I ttiil and with all theso deformities, ho is 11.11ia.u1 nnuuurnrLcic U;t tHW tee i, uJieni a., 1 11 1. u The marvellous cures wlikrli Avru'l peanuts, aud finally laiJ down any ob you know oh any church what wk ruiNr alnayt bright and cheerful. S4IUU4II rati mi I Slaw twia Mlltu H ea Thomas, Canada. Ho Ciifiiur rxCToiiAL lia. ?rf Uil ell oirrllm cents and whispered to the living at St. . , died of liberality, je' tell mo whar it world era a sulllriciit muruuir Unl u will it described ai hale mid heart nt the UiraiilU AuvuuusiUliirvsimla it Juletiauua routluue to jiruluca tliu Ut rtvulls. Au KV1. CT3 OUT Or OEDES. boy "Wen there cats in tho arkT It a is, an' I w take a pilgrimage tu It, (nt i t t4.il. ftlmrt luiiwrtlal trial will ron vlmo Ihe wrpil. tlll.ArrUTIU.N I.M.ll. NWVW llMlutiail kkriwnuurrlatkr M, ImuU auj "That take uy pile, and if 1 em age of 87, though tho niiflco in his questlou tliat I troubling the religious an' by the soft light ob da pule moon rat ot It woiulerf al curative toviiiut as well t r, Ural on of Iu euiicrlorlty over all ollur I'r.rura. t lUllulis,: ritul'iuuniuluiial. catch you outside of town I'll lick, you stomach is .till oiien. It nil I bo re editor of au exchange, Certiitily I will crawl Umn (It Uuv tloa lor imluumary cuiui1ii.uUj, IN LVKUV WWII AND OOVUtt. mocolored roof O II I. UANNM.(Jrr.lMWl4ru. membered that tho wound was the re to death 1" Detroit Free IVew. - .. . . . it i ' v. thero were; and Ihe first tbi(ig "they .. ....I.. ttillUsiWll, k. Eiulueut I'll) iU In all lurts sult of a charge of buckshot accident "all When Iu Need of any Kind of rouulry, knouluK Uue cuuiiueIlion, ot Iho 8JIIII1 S. Wilton Mrg. Co. .Vl.V,,,."l,rT. ssld after leaving tho craft wast "'If vMiBsjvM ." "L iiFeUt niiu mu ill no Iu mil iitr Eceno Hotel rcaJiui; room. OcU' al! received, lay lug open the stomach tst tUT rouKiH utitr, .Frintlng Will Convince You or there Ararat around here we want Lordeul iriiilba It In tudr iroclkv. 'JU CI.ClXXJTI,0,O A UOOIft IMIIH roUNlMSS tlcman : "I beg your (union, but to that food could bo injected and re to ol lull a century luu iirovnl Iu alwolule theTruth of the Statement. It." rrrlaluly tu cure ull iufiuousry coiu.lalii( The Detroit Frte I'reu tell 'of a where tu lidl have I steu jou btwro, moved at will by the attending physilint slrtttdy Uyoud tue ruucli ol liuuuu eld. I heT Uie let IIJsMJIJ tlefllikf asetkl sirf (icnllemaa (looking up from cian, whoso obbcrvatiout were of tuch old"Alwayt pay as you go, safan- luau who hugged a Uar tq death; and ' Propared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., A...U.llti;L.tMlC,tU.S(l.i)OIIIS, f Arrra, lilu, all twlW litlTll),Hiit mau to hit nciihcw. "llut,:uu- uow that I'Hjfr is a great his pajxrO "I am suro I can't tell. great value to medical science. It I W. V, tV.U.TO.V, luuiMWA MabltsfJ uriilfcr Jl U wll valtxtM, I'retllrel nud Auelfllrel Cli.iul.l., Itsvaalu ttuletwirtsMuU arts iMiseti Mih.tiil. Ib l'ru tUlur. AIJLN1S, What part of Jicll aro jrou frow, sir I" now S7 years siuco the accident oc cle, tumiOBe I huveu t uyulilnif.o muuy kllers, written In u fwululue Low.lt, Matt, Uir, an J iba tttrifliMiawuij la a aul , H, HALTUW.Jr., tall mi ' hand, Vf aJJraai He MAILKY. pay with " "Then don't go." aikinr. that man' address. curred. ece st all DirsauTi trseTvesat. fcTANlOHD. . . . KENTUCKY MmW 07.) Sau Francisco News Litter. iiik.iftm, rf gnRrior journal Ji - UsIiUMis M .....OT-tl- four-han- d Htuf...iv.w nllrT. r.......IU -- it llUMITY-TW- II rrf t, , , It- NDtVni-noLNf- R wss SJM4 OSMtplM IwM - VaXsaM ! atr ! rkr... .llv ft- M, . IS" jt Tf J(X lll.. r... 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