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'.TO XT, MYtlNHS MANAllnn, Jl ..ft ...IN IM m On On. tm Coo les. iMAnunur in aih'kci Off, ra. jrr Ore, l i months.... .. 'I'll It MM The Interior Journal VOLUME VIlL-NUMl- JEIt $h A HbfTxtl inferior 3ount.il dshldsMlon f.trMfsi KATES Of ABTEKTISIXO. OiwMi.tr, flft Inttrtfon,).....,... "Biui.HMNotlffVMfttt-l'Tlfn- Inlr4mtlrrillllnl mir Ml t bkmWii MtlMNaf $nf other rtj,ctki I iabmoftllfttrtiif th . tl M . A4ffrrta1vf tm JI.asmIOIwm, Wesmupnf lio. PcatM AnMaimnUofMrTlft,UlrlWfto4 rfr ""I 'I l tor. t IsMtrad mrtl ttrm of wrt. nhttDirlffftTribatnofltVtrtrt chart! it tha nto ef of 10 emit, M heretofore. Ae , A tenti wilt, lint tr htf an. fear ...... AJrertlslria: rale. f.ralske.1 Ctlrslln 20. STANFORD, KY., tflUDAY, AUGUST The London Truth offered n prize for Iho best letter, tho subject to lio tho refusal nf an offer nf marriage. Tho result wat an inundation nearly filling Iho editor' office Hero nro samples, beginning with "Portia," who took tho prize: - : I am very eorryj Dear Mr. I npprcclnlo yon Immensely, hut I cannot giro the casket without the gem, Portia. Sweet tuumbi, that give delight ami hurt not. Tempest. Dear Mr. Caliban : In declining the honor of an offer from you--, I am constrained to own. In justice to my judgment, thnt I only rcfuso uch nn one becauso l have accepted such an- 25), 1870. WHOLE NUMBER 390. 1arTTpirtlf.ftri int. oar Jos ffWffarta mo Ml IB ! Ditto. to talt tho tlnoo. "fcCITCMHA OUR JOB OFFICE IS COMrLKTK Ftuirrxa ft Trim When we flr Inlil tlmt nt the pre-Vn- t tlmo titer 1,800.000 gallon of Irotcum nr mrlh nil nro lirmigtit Id tlio rurfaro evtrr lur in tlio nil rrglnn of lYnturltnnU nlnnp, I ho mlml filing-grrri- l lijr tlm ronlcmplnllon o( tlic ningnltuilo of lliti coinjmratircljr new Imlustrr. B--i Inrlili U Mother llnrtli o( her liiiMen itnrri of oil llml It It lent to the iurlre much fitter thin it can ho taken earo of, or stored, and at the present time .100,000 gallon, At the lowest ctti initio, run to waite er-er- jr day. Tlio great United Pipo Line ami other methali of miirejraiiee ut trrljr ftil to cfnvtr the oil lo market, ami tho ciiormoui Iniiki fur atnnge aro full In overflowing. There are tanka swncsl lijr cumpanlM which hold ii.000,000 Urr.lt of otl, and all of Ihem aro lull. The wooden tanka owned lijr Individual and prirato con cenia amount hi their aggrrgnte en pneity t ai large a number ol barreli. and Ihceo alio nre full. Thiuit will Ito understood llinl thrro are great nkr of oil nhovo ground, a well ai Mow; but thrro ti good re. tiHi to believe that the itihterranran dqxMili mnjr with great propriety l railed cecum rather than lakes. The nil workers aro evidently pumping fnmi inexhauttnhlo auppliea from Ihe rock cliainliera bclotv, and what are called tho )Kiuting welU" deliver their vast cunrnti with tho tame a when llio drills first lap-p-el p. Hair t "Mather About Ifatreii. thn fraamrnl that Xothlno tnnu ftn r.f., American women eat moro candy We beliovo that the French cooks than all the other women In Iho world. havo tho reputation nf being tho most It It tinted thnt tho grave nf llrlg-haeconomical cooks nf all nation, and Young, who left eighteen wldowt tho subjoined extract from n very Ii utterly neglected. interesting article In nn gossipy and known ns "Mcttn,1 A fortune-telleexchange ihowt how matters nro lookdied recently in Vienna, leaving ed after In the French kitchen t and the business lo her daughter. "Supposa that one egg It lefl,nr nno Here, liiidget, or the housepotato. The Iter. Ada 0. Howies, nf the wife herself, says, 'ono is not worth First Universalis! Church in Snn keeping,' and throws Ihem into the Francisco, married a pair tho other swill tub. Tho French housewife it day, and was the tint woman to do no not tempted by that unhappy Institu the Pacific coast. tion, always yawning at hand. On "Father," tatd a wistful lass about tho contrary, suppose the egg it soft' sixteen years of age, "I know t and tailed: i ho drops it into a grammar, but I cannot declino makes it at once. Ono hard boiled egg chopped fine it what matrimony nor mo Ihe reason why she needs in composing a salad, ami myself and Oilherl cannot bo conjutho French housekeeper is wise in Ita gated." $10,-00tin-cutome-abouhard-hotlc- Uiiinii'".W Thr 0 lian of good health, of good taste and of the beauty and variety of her la ble, to havo salads innumerable at many kinds ot salads nt Iioltom had of wigs, Thero is tho egg the salad shall grace the Or, there is tho one potato. You? French house wife knowt Ihe valuo of soup; the doe not mako a huge soup and t ex-ec- the pent-uitorra. An internt-in- g inquiry arise ru rrgnnU what of the oil that ran not bo into what doc Jt flow, and wherobit final ruling place T Any one who hat visited tho nil regions will know of tho nature of tho country, anil readily understand that much of the oil Ihiwa into brooka or small rirrrs, ami in tlmo finds its nay into largo rivers, and is hut ultimately In the dull of Mexico or the Atlantic Ocean. Still larger quantities aro alouirlitd by tho earth in ravines and marshy pUres, ami thus it ii hut to iew- In thn famous district one ii led In exclaim "Oil, oil every where, and no untainted wnlcr to drink." Thero is nit in the soil; nil in tho springs; oil on tho liuslic ami trees; ml in the Dtnuuphcrv, apparently; oil mi the clothing, and in the mouth, eye ami hair of tho workmen; tho bread and colleo of tho region havo tho odor of oil, mid tho Irnlt aro saturated with it. How woudrrful is all this 1 Well do wo remember when the lint vial of "rock oil" fell into our hands. It was cilletl "Seneca oil," and it was claimed to he a inuA rflicaciout remedy fur a variety of ills to which the human is subject. Tho statement that It lloHcd iwntaiirouily from a spring in Pennsylvania wat received at first with much incredulity, as that was regarded ru tuiKusib!c; but in n short (paco of lime the truth was known, and tho oil was no longer regarded at n mixture devued by human hands. American petroleum oil it noir used nt a fourco of artificial illuminntion in noarljr all parts of the world. It goes along with rum, powder, and muskets to the savage tribes of Africa, and tho mud houses on the banks of tho riven of tho interior nro illuminated by ill combustion; it la found in tho interior of tho Turkish Kmpirr, in 1'ersiii, in Kgjpt, in Palestine, in China, in Jllpan, and in tho remote islands of the sea. I'or tli.) paltry sum nf fifteen cents wo can purchnto a gallon of tho clear refined oil. and tho oat nf tho light afforded, in comparison tilli gasru furnished at the lowest cunt in cities, is aa ouo to twenty in it favor. It it just now the most formidable antagonist of gas, ami no can rcarecly hnpo In the utilization of electrical force in tho future, lo secure light at a lower expense- .- lhtetnn Journal of Chemistry. lly flf.it.c yuUkmtlirr Mlnutm, mirrors Tho dlsiiio of quicksilver snust bo regarded as n great sanitary Ordinarily, mirrors havo stdvnntagc. liecii coaled wllli tin foil amalgamated with mercury; tliti mercury gradually evaporates iutu tho atinotphero of the room, and must bo received in infinitesimal quantities into tho ) item-- mid not without Injury at least it is known that Ihe workmen who are engaged in Ihe manufacture of audi mirrors, sudor severely from tho ef fects of the mercury. In -- coating mirrors with puro silver, the metallic substance Is first precipitated upon them a coat nf 1 ,00,000th. of an inch being sufficient. Metallic opjcr is then precipitated nil this to strength en II, and varnish is applied to pre- w.rvo ihe copper from oxidation. They havo had a very tad allalr at Wwl Point. A lady at Coxient fold mamma that all tho cadets wear while pautnj whereupon a' man said, fti do their listers, coushi"aud nuuts,' und he hud In In) shut through Iho besrt her family to dino ukii It; she doc not bavo her soup nlwaya of one kind she varies tho kind; and the hat a small dish of soup at a preludo to our dinner; here she serves health and variety. Tlio potato nicely cut in wedges ahall be one of the ingredi ents of her soup. The beginning of her soup is generally nf Nines, oho lint a tlono jsr and the bone nre usu ally trimmed chicly out of tho uncooked meal, sprinkled with salt and pepper, and put in this jar, over which a cloth is lied, and it is kept iu a very cool place. Almost every day, with a few bone and a variety as to other she will concoct n won ingredients, derful soup a whilotoup, a brown soup, a clear soup, a vegetable soup, and the spoonful of Wans or cas, tho few slices of tomato, the remnant of the rice nr tho macaroni shall not bo ignominioiiidy cast out, but tho soup shall be as is must convenient to the slock on hand, and all these fragments Tlio neatly kept, aro to go therein. trench are not remarkably religious, but they do follow up the monition, gather up tho fragments that nothing be lost.' In one of our families, sup-pos- o that wa havo a cup of milk left from breakfast; in our closet is a slice or two of sponge or cupcake, a small In the saucer of jelly or preserves. American household tho milk is frequently thrown out or. one of tho children is 'hidden to drink it up.' liiddy adds tho jelly or preserve to her own breakfast, 'so tho can have the saucer lo wash.' The cake Is given to the children as an interlude to Lo I meals, to spoil their appetites. the foreign housewife 1 The cup of milk with an egg, a little flavoring and a tritlo of thickening turns to custard; ihe cake is cut in thin pieces, spread with the conserve and laid in a white pudding dish; the custard is poured over il; it goes fur ten minutes into the oven; the white of another egg is, with a little sugar, converted into a meringue, and spread on top; now tlio yolk of tho second egg is beaten with a little cream or milk, and sugar and spice, iutu a sauce, or instead of tho wine or tho cream a little home-madjuice left from toino canned fruit is used, and here is n sauce for tho desert. Wo eat it. Delicious What dainty, extravagant things these foreign pe plo me. Instead, no Americans would havo thrown away Iho chief part of tho dish, and would have provided for desert a huge pie, more ciwlly ami not half to wholesomo." . , .1 Jtow'a HxHIiaslfCsM all MM .Mo if a. Old maids are women of various ages, sizes ami previous conditions. Some aro very large and some aro small maids, mid Ihoy are all older than they want to be. The exact time when they liecnmo old maids it not known; some get rijo sooner than I don't liko old maids, others. they hido preserves so a hoy can't find them. If my mother was an old maid I would run off to Lead- ville. Old maids nro good fur aomo things. They can tell which doctor to scud for when you nro sick, and they know how many drops of paregoric In give a boy in cucumber time. Old maids don't get married ooay, and don't liko children well enough to lecp in tho middle in hot weather. They can't dauco because they have no partner lo balance Their busluesa is to make bonnets, leach school, and raise spring chicken.!. Somo times they will raise a boy with a shingle wheu hit mother it gone to the heathen society. lie- - wat a disgusted boy. lie had exercised groat cautlou, and had final-lu- r ly succeeded u crawling unobserved under Iho canvass Into the lent. And ho found it was not a circus, but a roIhislou vival meeting in progress. l.iit. Ouo hundred nnd seventy-eigh- t women, mostly from South nnd Katt oiler, I can not senda refusal toyrou,, Ilostnti, have asked lo ho assessed for the friend I axi value an'i esteem. ,. a toll tax In lioslnn as n qualification Lanark. for voting next December. No, dear; mother say I muin't. I'ooit Polly. Two aged colored women fought in Dear sir : lit declining b proposal Iho Newport almshouse, and it transpired that sixty yean before they had winch I trust you will believe I appre quarreled alnut a lover so bitterly ciate as tho highest compliment you that on meeting, their animosity was could possiblo havo paid me; I beg to assure, in all sincerity, that upon a aa strong as ever. review of ray own demerits it is my A French woman, who mado a fortune keeping a shop under the empire, belief that my refusal of your offer of is tho best and most tinsel has had her yacht nnd her cottage marn.igo fish return I can mako you. Believe a!nted black, has changed all her furnJturo for ebony, and propose to me, dear sir, yours sincerely. Pink Domino, mourn for the Prince Imperial the rest My dear Kdwiu :, There, is nothing of her life. In tho world I valuo moro than your The Girl's Friendly Society, an Kng-it- i friendship. You 'ucget fo itfo the" organization, is composed of ser- adoption of n courso by which I vants and ladles, ami publishes a list should most certainly lose it. How of thoso associate whom it members cruel I how unkind 1 But the strength can recommend as servant. It pro of my regard makes mo invulnerable vides a homo fir girls nut nf place, Ut I am too much your Icmptntiou. and has a lending library. friend to marry ybi, au'tfsuch1 1'InJpl A joung lady writes In au ex nltvat to remain. Lvcr your sincere Anoi-.unIchange : "For my part I prefer nn friend, Dear sir: You chanced to tlato ac evening passed at homo with a pleasant look lo nllending balN, parties cidentally in a recent conversation and theaters." O, certainly. When a thai your digestion was not good. Activity in the Ikon Tiudh. young lady hain't a beau, nor a now This liciug tho case, I feel it Would bo Though it it now midsummer, usually bonnet, nor a new walking costume, unwise fur mo to accept tho proposal a dull season in tho iron trade, tho deshe generally prefers lo pass tho eve- you havo just made, for amiability of mand fur iron is great and prices arc ning nt home with a book which she temper and chronic dyspepsia, as Norristmvn know too well from is loo mad to read. HXTHR ! of the Iron and Steel HcrnM. case, are utterly (ncompati n f one with .. J. . ,. .. .. 0 nun ui mo unucuouues prcuicis luai At a social gathering the othcr'ovc-- n Iho ether. A man with a bad diges the product this year will be the larg108 ACRES OP LAND ing, an outsider could not havo de- tion can, alas I never make a good est the country bis yet known, lie alio IS NOW OFFK11F.D FOR8ALE ATA IIAEUAIN 117 id Yours sympathetically, UQtitrsigntd. Bill isau Is tected tho slightest villainy in tho husband. believe that the activity which preSAluityYcTO.v. voico of Mrt. M., nt the got Mrs. It. WELT. Ni;T IN Itl.XIlXJItASS, y vails in all branches of the s s in a corner and said : "Mrs. 1)., you on lt of Willi Tho Benjamin Franklin Primer is a irou nnd steel trade will continue fur dtiloa to crnltatltisT twol wellwatertt Oat tnJ In ad. to this, thorofta of wtier m aro a sharp woman. Last month thorolilQ pretty good "git ofT" on somo of the at least a year to come. Nearly all dwelling It thoeoualrttltutll la tbo jtrJ. Th ntw, vlih all moitra ImproTeueoti, when that French dresser with wide, having nlno roomt, Ac. lVrsoei dnirlof to occ favorably situated rolling mills present school scries. Tha' lIuttra-- l In tho sMtrctnUto biulom, could nut do toiler. wido drawers went lo your house I It I well lUuttci ttont are very comical, jhilo thrtoSdM in operation, and number of these tuUolrootbUatorJfOQ lo that fturpaao. Mitf oot tho CrtbUrcbard liko. could not mako out its use. I now :.. U4-2is 111 entire kocpiog'witb thocrotesqtit-- f wills, ns well as furnaces and steel WH. riniu.KK, hear that you have purchased somo nichtuood Junction, kj works, havo orders ahead for several nesa of the cuts, tor instance: On real lace curtains, and those big draw page 18 Is an engraving of the upper months. The truth is, tho iron Indusers aro just the place to keep 'em in 1" try hat been to long under n cloud PUBLIC SALE OP LAND sido of a house:, on the roof two 11. s potltiou Some ladies iu Mrs. aro participating in n moonlight that the actual need of iron through would have flushed up and lost all Hr virtue ott deed of trust, executed loushj Jdo. individual heart out the country it enormous. soiree; a vincgar-faoe- d ai. iwibsuii wne,w will. chance for striking back. She scarcetho ruujic and opens tho window to ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10,79, changed color at the carelessly ly There are two littlo girls of the take in more fully the dulcet straios. ofjao. M, Lcwli, near twung her rocker around and replied : This is supposed to Ixs his soliloquy : 8aino namo in New London, Ct. Tho At Ibo reolJcnco vuer puuiit; luruvu 10frr grille, avy.o mv nigs uujmp and beat bidder, Ibo tract ol obout 'The only time I was ever worried them said her pray- cat other night one of Is this a cat and a kit? 100 about any thing I saw going to your ers, and for fear they might ho credOh, yes; it's a cat and a kit. Iniproro-ntoul- a ulJ Lew la house was when your daughter came ited to tho other child, she added, af On which couibrUblonow realdct. Tho Ult alato and tho lanJa lo a aro Can you hear tho cat and the kitt fur my shawl and diamonds for you lo Orange strecLM of cultivation. luaaralonid (or aeedlog puriuae1, will ter theAmeiv'-No-10-? qu. wnoio irati jan. (Villon aioncwi ana 01 Oh, I can hear the cat nnd the Lowlaand wlloaireo to unite In a deed lolho our wear to a church wedding I" Of ' cbaacr. kit. caah; tho balanrolnaJi tod course neither lady had any meaning Team. At the close'of the sermon the min- twelvo wont ha, lo eoualliutaliuent,oa bwiida with The cat is tho dam of , the kit. ister became impressive. Raising his good aocorltr,, bearing latcreat from day of tale to her remarks. That's the way they Dam tho cat and" the kit. ana tecurea vj lien on too una. always chin each other in company. voico he said: --"Judgment! Judg A0H 13, IS. JAMMCROW, Truitcet. JW4-J.H.UUUI' Detroit Frco Press. A IJoy'b FitOMtTHtsa and Coub-aoe- . ment!" atid a'snlairboyVear thrfves-tibul- o SMS door shouted, "Out on the Pcrhap Iho most Ve"1,.rkau!e PUBLIC SALE To Attain l.ouu l.lfr. first OF Ho who strives after a loug and exhibition of pluck and promptness on o. s LAND, STOCK AND 'CROP! record, is that of a miner's ton recent pleasant term of life must seek to at "I know I am a perfect bear in mv tain continual equanimity, and care ly, at Hollis, 111. It is said that the manners?' raid a young farmer to his I will ofiVr lor tale, to tho hlghctt UJJcr, on father, Thomas Harland, lighted a fully to avoid every thing which too sweetheart, "No indoftlj you're-- ' not WE1WC.S11.1Y, OCT, H, 1S71), violently taxes his feelings. Nothing slow match leading lo a blast, and John; Lincoln county, fto which now jou havo never Jiugged ,uv TlW Ktrui .Wat of MaoJorJ life, latbreo wIIm t tad flreulleo more quickly consumes the vigor of signaled to ho drawn up the shaft. He yet; you anymore vlieep tliiu ,lx-ar-. r fcbelbT Cllr, cooUlaloi XOJ ALUttf W 1 1 lwr and wat thrown ItATK LAN1. In a flno auto of rutilTttloo, a life than tho violences of the emotions struck a projection .. , uod lwltlnr lUoae, lUrna ond teatat boa-a- . It of the mind. Wo know that unxiety hack lo the bottom of the shall, where ol'netUlllui Silk stockings aro so pretty this scai U well watered with a afood u On bard beorUti an tif1an (or atockt tod young Idealizing ho lay with a rib broken. butdaootf offrultt 11 Cvt auJ ralrea, S ? ear and enro can destroy Ihe healthiest sou that tho whole front of the shoes old eld wuha. 1 altera, S luareaj 10 I and hotly; wo know that fright and tear, his father' peril, Harland' young ton havo to be cut away 44 show ihe.uiAo' Jack) 1 alalllon; 3 you or boraeotnd uiarea; U head of btsj 00 coca aud Umba, 40 acreeof corn, itu ka fecL of rope, waxooa; 1 advantage; hut they tiro so high that of hay, CM buibela wheat, two j en, excess of joy, become deadly. slid down Iho seventy ru kawtjr tod bar una, far ml it lwleweota. houao furnlturflw Ibaland will Isaauld who nre natunilly cool and of a lacerating his hands terribly, but They liuLI and that we pause for a windy day. oulk lollowlnc tenua. (ulblnl down, tbo S quiet turn of mind, upon whom noth- reaching tha bottom in time lo tear Si S Lclt. Lo onit, Iu icr told una trreat. match from the fuse and prevent A l'ulaiki.hoy rcccofjy yyjn?ttia rridltofTbeitraooal sfoirly wOl ten dollars; ing can muko too powerful nn impres- tho tit woniliakr allaunit over oudt-r- , caah in band. peiiknifu. Although not ipiito out of that iuui tod sion, who nre not wont to be excited tho explosion. tSI-JOHN L. TIIUUUOND. danger, ho finds some consolation in either by great sorrow or great joy, Kx. Governor Hendricks accepted tho fact that the knife belonged to ru- havo the best chance of living long PUBLIC SALE an invitation to attend a public meetop and happy after their manner. Pro-serv-e, other boy, ing the other day. When ho heard LAND, STOCK AND CROP ! therefore, under all circumstanout as ouo of the Vice hi namo read Wivos of great men oil remind us, ces, a composuro of mind which no Presidents of the meeting, ho jumped lharliienhlp happiness, no misfortune, can too to his feet and exclaimed - "Mr. Pres- we should pick out wiyo. with care; Iu order locbo UOUVIMtjIMNl, W eiUiiof Ulwn-1IMI Will, so wo may not Icuvo behind us half much disturb. Lovo nothing too viident and Gentlemen: I can not, I our natural crop of hair. N. Y. ON IIIUKSUlYi OlTOHKIt St)t 1871), olently; hate nothing too passionately; will not, nrccpt second pla ." 'tiTen Graphic 8U to tho hUhctt bidder, tho Ktrui on w bh h tho fear nothing too ttrongty. eiuiaiea in iin lalo Aoaui lvorotAiiMwaMaaia, he excused himself, and went out and rulo. iMiulr. and Irlutt luitoediatolr on tho luru- . tttaotvrd U twmeraot, hrto lke road Irfcllm There's no sjiccial stylo of engravbutted his head against the tide of the nilbofrouilhofwruMr iUw,udU a nUk IIioiii.Y KnucATEii Lady, The aud Urbood, couTenleut tucbtirchea ing engagement-ring- . A spider' nuiialBi abuul VfiO InMufNa. 1 tad sHhoula, Land Land. Iho New York l'ot says : A college pro- building. web ,willt a lly in it.js a very pretty la nearly all aH In rak aud It In a high ttato ol evhlt-alloufessor, whilo oil his way to Molt HaTbo arin laaui'itlle! with nerer fall Elvis II. Porter of tho IWujrapi, device. log tud abundant alutk wtUr Tbo tawing U In ven, by the Harlem Itailroad, with good remlr. Tbo IniPruveiuenltconalatof a large s os m tayi: "Elected by ono majority a ud coutuiAiiout Urk k l)velllut,cwnlalnlog eight his wife and another lady, wot Joined When a man resorts to iierfumcry, lrsra ruusui aisJ I wo ha) la. 1 Lt iwru anaobu-Ogirl polls clocd 1:30 a.m., 1th Inst., I aw km A aulruJU orihard nn tbo by a friend. Turning to tho lady with Mattie Hampton Porter it the indl ho lets it be known that he ha but fact,thitlaouoof tbo nibal deolrablo Carina la Ibo Cboutr of Unculn. Wo will alao. tt tho taut time him, the professor said i coufidenoo in hi own aweelnoM. and i4ic, atrial imMleosjUry o largo quantity of vldual who make music fur us. Con little UiMi and fron. cuualatlni vi auoui ow head of olco 0 "What thai! I dof I havo ouly gratulatlnnt in the thane of bank wluclilly yaarUoga, lObeadol No. WO bead Unlike tho ilea, wheu you put your rowngiliW, wllh CnlfM. about ftbeept lo of tbor-three tickets and this gentleman makes) checki from all our oxchauge aro ex hoad of IsOUaoU yjwmi finger tru a hornet, he is there. BloratteniM MUMs,wogiBuiBaotuvi 8yr old Utro Mule; 30 nlto young lloga. Tbo itop our party four." pectcd." ug kueh- . acuse Time. . eonaUtt of IS aciet of Corn In ttld, too or 9 "Oh,"aId the lady, ''givo the thrco an, winj nay otMiVfeot,a iar0 tu Ol AUw all si 1 tho arming thing grown on tho bent A French widow bewailing the re ticket to tho conductor. Don't you a new mower, Mtgoo, Is don't precisely just have susji Mm "I have at tho"Ilatest slang phrase, and ato," tH.ksstd aiAssss. Tbo farm will boftsjbrif.lor oootblrd of know that three nf a kind will tako cent lot of her husband. told ThitklH. very least ono consolation," the sob out, IhopurchaMiMOuey taahln band, tbo remainder two pair t" silly one. ntnrrat ia lu and ia iiirL ouual lualalweuU. drying her tear. "At all events, I at tlio ralo of re cent. Irani day of aalo. Tbonur w vmim,s. wotnnaMoen Auvtcs to this Yotwo. Eat oys- know where ho tpend hi nights now." A stick in lime save niuo bo out con it full navoioo isfiviitwo 1WO. Tho abnk and 1, tiuiailun Jan ter only in tho months that have an rv will be aU on a rrWlt of tbrotnaonththir all of ten. Albany Kvening Journal. kiusiJ -- js iLJlataaiiJ tsrri uotlVr Ikal aiuuuaL yal4 Nolea nude negoUablo aud "r" In tholr name, and driuk whisky cnablnhaoJ A niau caret little for hi wrong n si In k arnMia Ntl. Hank el MaaJUd. Yon-ke- n only iu the mouth IVnwtwdMJrlngiokwktttbo fcrw will bo ac that havo a "k" when getting hit fuueral rite. Color are fait when they don't run, by Mlliug on tbo undectlgued. rowbMdoted (lazette. In their name. aud run wheu they are not fast. f Albauy Journal. K. T. fllNCK, July XS, 1 XM A. M. other. Miranda. Friend ever, uusljandtuvcr, X. 8.E. No, thank you. Ijweet.Pea. Dear Mr. : Tako back your On July 28th, a gentleman doing buitncxi nt Benton, Cat., wat married at the Ormthy IIouso ton har.dsome and charming young lady from Boston. She was very attractive, possessing a great fund of rcfincj humor and fascinating faculties. On the train from tho Kast alio said that sho came from Boston, nnd had no hoi tancy in informing those who atked respecting her destination, that the expected lo meet a gentleman friend at Wadswflrlb, with whom the would proceed to Canon. Ono thing seemed nnd to puxxle her that wat a large bright red roso fastened lo the left tide of her hat, which with the wo far from harmonizing remainder of her modest and tasteful When the train reached attire. Wndworth, a gentleman boarded il. He was neatly attired, with ono exception, end that was a flaming red silk Handkerchief cuvelopod lib neck. The young lady from Boston, cordially greeted the young gentleman, ns if g they had been friends. Neither tho Indy nor gentleman had ever met before, in fact had not even exchanged picture, bat corresponded with each other for a long while, until they formed a bond of affection which resulted in their marriage. It wat stipulated tliat tho gentleman should meet his affianced ot Wadswurth, and to enable them to recognize each other, the lady wa to wear the red rose in her hat, and ho to clotho his neck in a similarly colored silk handker chief. This bit of romance soon made iho rounds of tho whole train, and there being no question as to the high respectability of the couple, they were tho recipients of tho warmest congrat ulalions and expressions of best wishes from tho other ladies and gentlemen oh Iho can. Mr. B. and Miss Q. were united in marriago by tho rector of St. Peler's Episcopal Church. The newly wedded couple are now living at Benton. lint Ho.r. south ruryiC 2. Thero aro whisky ban nnd ban ThnrsJsj nlihls. n.sd.r 8cCol of justice, nnd lawyers must select nt l7l'!T '""P B.glms.i.pwIitwiJwl. 00 It Prison TinnnrTrotiw which bar they will practice. .. ...... n bars are reserved exclusively fur cli- X . ,'. Pffjtbn neralof and slisl esi HrsS M Ahnuitfteatlon leftna1ttMen.lsy In September. 1179. We location 1. All lawyers nro members ot the m and m 4th I IMlll.TriAN -- Wr.MP.,l, Atenno. Reslorrd ntea ration - eonraoofatody lhvrovch for boarding pa pi a. ITbr bar, but all members of tho bar nro Ihe oM eamprtbenalte S.'.'r" JofcjRsrrrsnr. Pulwrlntrailrnt. booi opporlnnlty for (allalbenlr, Kb .If, Painting A !" J"11 'wtsasTs. nuwisr 1'erportlculara.tddmt not lawyers. IIH1. W. tl.M4M.lt. M.Vir LotiltTllie, Ky sTuTrpii ti KriWMTr, Twenty-ninth 77m iMwyrrn, cniBCii ninietoiir. Here Is the rulo nf ethics adopted hy . rusts. Bntlm 'u BAJ."U"r7luT swtlb tho Philadelphia Bar for their govern, rts.ur itln. WVISX1U.K lht. I'timltoi,, ment during Iho present year: ,A " - - Wo, wli..!''.11"1 " -K- FEXALE .SFMIXAUV, m FOREST ACADEMY, AneKorarl, Kjr? nre guilty, but il quitted talent hat saved them. 4. ents. 3. All client ac- 'loung lawyer must remember Thlrlfsn nllM IroM litulssllli a srbonl hr l sihl Joan me.. AIsjis: lodtvrlop Hit ohsrsrsn tosvolrstb. mralsl wrr; l.dTsloplh. ohfsl-rs- l frSMO s,lS", "Pl"sfclt. Union Trajft Younf men rrrril for WsIoms, of Stettin dsy nig his. Sir I b. hlKhe r tlsMsr. of I h. 1M Vn f rrsl I Irs. r or fori oil pnpjMThRtAM. NORTH -- Rv.0 P. Asm. s7--hrr Inrormstloa, inM.Irss crxiAR, rrinriosi si u. Mundsrs, tsornlnc snl Blkt. CINCINNATI that they can only impress tho courts by resting their feet upon the tablet. 5. Never tako a bigger fee than you can get. C. Judge must remember that they t.A' NOIKIOI rcortMioiiL. w H. MILI.KK, are elected by Ihe people, nnd wo nre l-'the people. 7. If, In behnlf of your client, you i havo nothing to say, do not say il, but T S. A It. W. HOCKEIl, say something else. 8. A green big is a lawyers emblem. Tho greener tho hag, tho green ATTORNEYS AT LAW, er tho lawyer, nnd tho bigger the bigH'l'ANVOUII, ICY. ger tho bag litre the rule fails. 0. When a lawyer brings n bundle OOct er UeAll.trr A Ly He's 8lora. of kindling wood in his bag to light his office fire, he should bo careful to O 8. MYKKS, remove it before entering court, nnd AT LAW, not to hand it up a authority to con- ATTORNEY vince tho Judge. Such actions bring M'l'AIMI-'OIlI)- , ICY. tho bar into disrepute. Offlee 10. Never give Iho page nor au Dqusre wllb Jhlro PMIIm In Iho CVmrt.hAti.. thority of a coto in offering nn authorT. W. VATtXOX. WALLACE VAIUIOSt. ity. Let the court hunt lor it. What V. A W. R VAItNOX, aro the Judge paid fur? 11. When you havo emptied your client's pocket book, hand him enough ATTORNEYS AT LAW, rITANPilllll, KV, money to pay his car fare home. This Office InCvart Rqiura. is an innovation on the established practice, but it is more blessed to givo DAM. M. I1UKDETT, than to receive. 12. Should your client he convict ATTORNEY AT LAW, ed, lie sure and demand tho car fare, as Iho country furnishes him the con MV. V13UNON, K vcyance. Will practlco, hit profMlon la Rockctatlo and adjoining anJ 13. Wnlch and paay for paying V pocUl count imglien In iho tltutt r inui. atteoUoo to colhsctlona. clients. m s T UE F. HOFFMAN, It is the place of tho ono introduc SURGEON DENTIST, ed In mako the first remark. HU11IH HIN1. AT LAW, llonn, ('Inrlnisml. IS. It I, ItV. HT.VS SCHOOL NOTICE ! Will rrartlr In tlw marts or this n sjlolnlnf ronnrir sn4 In lbs Court ot Appnls. Otb.cs ATTORNEY Thcl7lh AniilinlTcrni n( IIsIh Nrhool brxlnsi Oct. la. 1S7I), nissl roHliuiiesi7iHonitis4. TcriHHiXAO yenr, K3 Sd year. I'or er clrriilHrK.nililrpiiM I lie lt Miss Kato A. Btaln'a aohool for Boya and Girla will begin on tho 2nd Monday la September, 1870. Term, por aoeslon of 8 months, (10. SS7-- STANFORD SELECT SCHOOL WIU. OPEN 3d MONDAY IN NEITi:311li:it Ilitlnr sa uslslnt, t fsn 1st. roplls ol snr srsilo. Mr rotor m . scholsr anil rdurslor Is luv froprnr. ut la. Ires 1 mown or lis irulu Mr nrkkssslosathorrrrntlrst. Csw. wlsrr. 70a Soow rou will (e la. must thorouch laslracllon. tor Dartlcnlars set 1. II. MYUIIN. m t Institute for the Blind. Th. 8lsl of Kratuckr offirs BOARD AND TUITION To .11 FREE of brrrhlUr.noorDner seh.l sw wkn. slskt I. so SeferUr. as I. prr'nl Ikrlr Mi 4 Inonllnsrrscbool.. Tu. lieil srsslou of ike Krsluckr lastlul. kr Ik. nl.ratlon of Ih. fllla.1 begins oa Momlsr, Septrmlrr I. Itu,. Iu Ires sr. Pr. T. H. Hell, lloo. W. V. Ilullock. Hon T. L. Jttttrtoa. lion. II. J. killed lion. Jsniei Vita ii.rrmn. ir. n, ushjrn.n, o. r- kraJrlcksmlJ.il. Ilrrwooi. for ranker llcubrs, sJJrcH Kralwk luolll.l. lor Ih. Illlnl, "-LoolsTlllr, Kr. ir. WALNUTTA COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE, KEV.J.LOTOS n.VUMLS, ritEST., IN SEPT. HTANPOltl), ICY. .v njrr. j.u.ci rur. Kliroas uilJ. uircu. ilh sljs WILL OPEN 3d MONDAY sboir rr- Main Elrocl, two doors ... .... lAIHI FOIC (Iss .ilmlnliternl .bra - Th. Currltulnra Is full idJ couplde. Th. Uorus ol Trarhers is ahlr. Thus oiodrrat. sod lb. locallon liMlllir. Hoard of Ik. best at SI per week. ) parti ealars, consult clrrulsrs or rslalUck, Kr. J. LUAIINKH, fir.! ZU, 1179. AUJiUt 39941 ST. ASAPH HOTEL, STANFORD KY. TIIOS. KIGITAKDS.rrop'r. OPENED TO MALE SEMINARY. First Session will begin day, Sop. 8, 1879, FOU BESS10X Samtkl Mon- TBE PUBLIC FEB. 2:ni, 1873 FARE, 82.00PERDAY. CEN TRAIXY LOCATED. MlUKilnl AoostniniotlntlonuAr. isiiHIusl tuumh i tt H.K& OF TWENTY .Itistw (IrsJo-Tk... IJOO lrJ OraJt- u. AU Mils du. at k. enJof seeoiKl month. 9H i( aou3:h or rArsi, Cssiiimorolnl i; " '' Tk. Principal la a regular CI ssslral O rsl u.te. snU a ttrsrtlesl tescher of threo VMraine.l.i.- - In ih. Special attealltfiislTrn srsJeaKhooUofladlaoa. ,v ..uucais in sua. urocs auaurriaao. ctatuiac-Uo- d casraateej HIIV.JAMLN H.HIKN.A. M.. MoJiu l'rloclnil. Baesaea Trnniforrail Tx of fjbarcfc MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD, KY. E. U. BURNSIDE, - Stanford Female College. STANFORD, KY. ' open WITU A rOLI. OOBPS OF TEAOUEUS Ibis luUlutloa --Jill i. Propr. ITS TENTH. SESSION, .ON THE SXI MOMMY INSEITEMIIKH.M.XT. ALL This Old and Woll - Known Uotol Still Maintains its High Koputation, AN11 THE DBANCIIE8 OK-- 'ni"' It Proprietor i Determined that IU0R0UOU ENOLISU C0UR8K it Snail be Second to no Country aro lsu(hl, u well as Hotel in the S tate in its fare, MUBIO. TUB LANOUAUEb. IIIIAW Appointments, or AttenINO AND 1'AINTIMU. tion to Comfort of their Quests. Bsiisi. .Ill k. r..T..4 I. aa frs Ik. Srpst frr. .rrksrsr. ssrl.l arr.Ma.11... I. 1. .Msiirrl.lTrairlsrs. Tks II r .III k. slas). s...lls4 tillk Ik. rkals( kr..s.rLls..rs..llKsra. Aa sir. II. at LlirrrlsalUrks. 1 rvii n is-- j modi:hti n . lit ! Tuition, rl rrttuUr lfrlutrsis. Wlwarr, f.a( from til la tSO In InliUM-tiLii- STAArOIM For full m to kbui Ae., HKM. H. C. THI'FIII'AIIT, rrlMrlM.I SuotVJ. UroJa tb.. Ky JJr. Marble Works. jHHjThB I CHRISTIAN Mil V HUSTONVILU; ti VVXt COLLEGE, if F. KENTUCKY. Sessien J. S. WilLOpen Sept 0,'79. rrlMiDsu. cl I Ult. UlltS 111 HA Slim AHHK ItKl'rKKT, A. U kl. V. Ul.l'I'KUT, ... au:Acui2itH. .. ; llkllUlT, 11. UMIK-. -- . Ma.1... G.G. WINE & CO., Proprietors, JJuartllo(, IIA,'1UM, ClU TIKU OKM WLXhIN DEAU.IU IK ADVAtt. tu lio Foreign & Doracstio Marbles ANDsirmot MONUMENTS, . llusnlla. larlJlnFlsa4 t IUtls. . frout kltfttJa lltl rUsf . . . Primary Clss ETC. I tuitioa. UH.. TOMBSTONES, Morblo Work of all kinds oxooutod. Vino work, low prl ooi and fair dealing. Orders from a dittanoo promptly ottondod to. 8tla laotlon guarantood. LaDCuter fulUlsle IueUata . .... J miiMta uu .OEM WWUIHh W. fW ,1... us. u hum ior i . Um I1M LW kMUUV. noatly lUilag ..........., .. .. ..... - IS tt I a lwl UUur pwMMtcJMtuclackiMl rtr riiwl iiury lite &! tX iQItvMi I IMVTiasM UU frvlwrty for a ttM f wn, tttat vUL lu IM MMIUU7 UJIU wtriUtMf CutlsM)si bJu?LlMI tMt MU IMiY ( I llytWa Uff 6t, Opp, Jill, 8UoforJ, Kjjaw-t- c T.(Ws;Kt J 8. UJJPI'B Miu.u. v rAw; ftKli tj j&k pkri0r cl,nrnn .Mirr It UfaM that John xnTE W v; nxAiraronr), ey. r, T I'nif, tA Tsuiil. Unlte.1 Vllls, has the ifwltto track Utt Rlate District Jrltrtp- - tU :- .- Jseob Mcstctter, ot Favelte, wtfl ulre a lacerated and bmled. Whisky deprived rtkT XrBlg, Asf Ht M, 1879. Barbecue In honor of Pr.niaeVlmrn nn the nearly all of the combatant ot locomotion. a 4A ot Pep temWr, ami I maVlse rVbaatlan waa the man who made the asWHr tlona for a crand time. n. WAt.Tax, sault. The officer followed on the Rugar A cyclone, which lestrojtil house ami Creek pike a far as the toll-gatwhen bsrna, and iWmoUelieJ crops, vlsltej n Fimn, one of the party, Inmerf had? to SecRTTAnT SnRRMAn's Wethl Mercer lst Rnnilav nl(ht, can- - repel the eaptnrera, when hi horse ran WUttNevr Yotk NmIomI ferrets h portion of over a hog, threw the man, and fell on In an estlmatr-- l low nf $100,000. Th him into about to get tQacVborn'a matorltr, over Kvns, with him. It I thought that he will die. srjHticale there composed of NaiteM) all the conritie heart! from, la 44,2.18, nt The. Lancaster Male Acadtmr will open Bonks oim tko IL. 8. TwssHwy 45,. W7 mora than McOrarra over Harlan. on Monday neat under the gnldaoce of 040,680 or tatacr iptloM to tlwj-pe- r Tk let, vote U 903,083, about ltV,2-Mrmra. B. P, Hudson and J. R. Klnnalrd. cent iiomk, of which tk Firi? Na lens than lh nnraber of volet. Franklin Female Institute, Bourne an.1 HI-lar- d at the helm, will hare competent Mr. It. C. Batts, former); of the Ixrol- tloMl it tleMcd vrilhf33,t)00,080, MrsW. A. Yantl pmijing over ami for which Bherman holiW do e vHle W end Acs, has pnrrhaaeJ an lie Jwstasn-i- ; the Primary Department. Mis Marr curitv whatever but 9500,000 of its terett In Ihs Bowling (Irren Marklrary will hare the Public School. and now Porter has mneh mora time to own uimqM IxiBiVg. Till mowy li Mrs. Joshna Utcherand Mr. W. D. Hop to that "dear, devotr-- l lby." McClure. now over sixty Am lu, and Mr. ol. Italian! Iew Smith, of per will take pnplle at their residence. fixrrn. Bhermta, who la koWwBg arourl the Adair County, an old and prominent rill-i- Mr. E. D. Potla ha been petitioned by a PrasoMAL. Miss Mollie Wldlakrr made a brief visit lo Crab Orchard last week ...... counlrr Irvine to raise a boom for died 11 Hatnrdar. Jfe llerle! tb namber of her former pnplts to take a ran Mr. Jaaaea II. Brown Cosby, bare, himself for PreMentbal better be at perfornance at Richmond, Va, the nlaht tic class No arrangement promises aa yet, of Paiktvllle, were and Mr. Sam In thla visiting relatives gone Into effect. Lancaster to be (inrneil In 1811. transaction In ship that the Tlratra home getting this come quite scholastic, especially aa the County thla week ...Harry R. Rtdgway Tempersnce Convention colored people have also several setntnarlea and A. B. Brown, of Louisville, were In shape, or he will have to undergo as Th lown Friday. investigation on the owning of Con- net In raria taut week, arsl after an Inter In oprratlon. esllnf and pro6tMe session, adjourned to gress. rrxaoxAL. Mr.Chaa. Finnic, of Xfem- When th case of ihe Comlth. vs J. W. meet la Harrodsbnri nf it Febrnarr. The phu. Tern, la taking refuge with ht sit for setHng whisky, wa called last Tun klllingof Col. Dixon bv tlrtnd Lodes will meet In Loafsvllle In ter, Mr. O. W. Dualsp, Jr. Mr. Willlaia UoB, Monday, the prosecuting witness Richard t Yaioo. Mi., brcaute he re October. I visiting this b scene of hi Jennings, waa too drank lo depose. The Sellers fused to withdraw from the caaTaea Osstle Thunder, the old Confederals war former fortune. Froa Danville our re. ease waa continued, and Jennings waa sent as Independent candidate lor Sheriff, prison at Richmond, Va, lately used as a eentvlsttora hare been Mesara.Chas.Rodea, to jail. Once there, he talked like an "In. Jones and IaRue Thomas. Mr, spired Inspiration." D. was an ugly affair, but we see no rea- tobacco factory, and two other warehouse and several frame buiMlrg were dentror Chas Ilanlin, of lfarrodsburg, was In son for giving it auch a politteal There wa a fellow in lown thle week by ftra on the 20th. Loo, $1 00,000; In town last Saturday, Messrs John Logan the Republican Journals ed trying to sell Hsll's combination lock and auraeee,tSl,000, and Win, Oieen, of IlUstonvllle, paid n a safes. He sold no warts, but talked nearare doing. It did not arise from the The Capltat CIl Rank of Columbus O, flying visit recently. Messrs Steve While ly every body to death. Had he remained proscription of tho Ilepabheaas or the waa robbed laat Tue-df- lr In bnnd day and Win. Grrcnlraf, of Richmond, were negroes, but was the result of animos- Ucht of $40,000 by two men, one of whom here on Tuesday. Mia Joate Casey haa one day longer, Ihe despairing, suffering polities! rot the attention of the PreIuVnt, who waa returned to her home In Frankfort, after a citlteos would hsv purchased on of his ities among men of the strongest locks snd used It In fasten his party, each striving- for tho leader- aloru In the Bank, white the other flipped month' sojourn with friends here. Ml month. behind the counter ami made ofr with JV Annie Mobberlr, of Iforrodabnrg, I the ship. It is limply a case of murder, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 5, 000 and $15,000 In U.S. coupon boinU guest of Misa Bettie Huffman. On Thursand lhal'a all there U in it. Bat the S and 7, the great Sunday-Schoo- l Evangeof I'arla day Geo. D. Potts left for Alexandria, Va, One of the chief bullion hou sheets are in for any thing to Stalwart lists Cllne and Duncan, will be In Mt. Vereatlmates that the Inatifficlent rror of where he will attend college. Among Ihoae divert attention from the Conkliflg-Sprag- uo England, France and Germany will make ot our eltliena and visitors who attended non. Tliere will be meeting each day and Hastiness and the cowardly, nceciMar- - parcbaara tn the Cnllcd Statea the Lexington Fslr were Col. Walton ami night. It I expected that a large crowd will be present. Every lover of religion, cur like action of their glossy gal. to the amoukt of 30,000,000. It la thoutjht wife, Miss Suite Finnic, Miss Motile Hopand especially every friend of Ihe Sunday- 100,000 more will leave Francrfurthe kins Mrs E. D. Potla and Mr. Woodford School is Invited lo attend. A xotheb (liking example of Ken- United Statea. Dunlap, John Newton haa bid ua adieu. John tucky justico and the cheapness nt The amount of the public debt, nnally noir.KcovxT: waa a section hand. Ife threw a rock thro' which life is held was given last week distributed among the people of the UnitBnarlllr. a window the other night, and John Hick- In tho Jessamlno Circuit Court. A ed Rules la $40.42 to the man, raintrlnr Circuit Court Moodar the 1st. Small ey, Ihe section bos discharged him. Be mule thief waa tried and sent to the a yearly Interest of $1.01 At the begin fore leaving, Newton wrote a farewell ad rdng of the war the debt waa bat $1.91 to docket. Penitentiary for 2 year1, and Wilseo The Lexington Fair will draw many of drts to h citiaens of ML Vernon, which to the man, and the Intercut only 11 rents. runnier of a In 1866, when the debt reached In high our rltiiena this week. Fain, for the he posted at dinereat places in lown, ll hotel porter, who awoko him from a ot, It waa $78.2.5 to the man, requiring Caldwell A Robert have sold tbclratock was very touching almost equal lo that drunken sleep and asked him to go to $1 JO lolerwt to maintain It. orarocerlcatoDr.il. P. Rosley and Jos of the Father of hU Country when he r. tired from publio life. bed, got the tame short sentence. Seven of the alleged perpetrator of the W. Fleece. Accidikts. Overton, a little eon of R. Centre College and th various school When a cowardly murder like this. fearful crime committed in Henry concty y night will begin operation next week with tho L. Myers, while playing with some powwithout any extenuating circumstan- Mmetlme ago were arreted Toe-daby the cltiiena of the county. They are prospector, larger attendance than last der and fire, one day last week, had a hot ces that we have beard of, k let oB lie full of the former to "go off" In his all grand nona of Jim. Onan, and said to lie year. with awh nominal punishment, is it a w hard ael. The crime, It will l rememJ. Wesley Durham, Wm. Lucas and hands burning bit face considerably. One liokfa such high bered, waa the. killing of a negro man, the wonder that' crime Beid S. Nichols will represent Utopia of hi eye waa badly hurt, but It Is thought carnival ami murderers stale defiant- wounding of another and the burning of Lodge of the Knight of Pythlaa at the he haa received no serlooa Injury r got wrong with a thrasher the other the dead body, together with a ly over IhoStato? meeting of the Grand Lodge In Henderson, day, when Wm. Taylor waa at work. He old gtrl and an Infant. on the 16th. In the exuberance of bis enthusiwanted to atop the machine and undertook A young girl turned May Hill, scarcely The Sonth District Association of Bap asm, Laltuo Thomas, oi tho Advocate, 14 years old, came to town on Friday and to do so by stcflng the feeding place full Antists convened in lis eventy-aevrntof straw. Ilia hand waa caught between Ihe declared at Liberty in favor of Lil-tl- o madeconiplalntagahvt a man named Do nual Session last week at Perry ville, trans Phil" for Congress first, last, and ty, of Garrard County, for reduction and acted the usual routine of business and ad teeth and three fingera were taken oil in a hurry. HU hand was otherwise severely all the time. He is a little premature crnel persecution. She waa In appearance, journed to meet next year at Lssbanori, mangled and will prolbly have lo be am in his selection, but if those are bis aa ahe la In years a mere child, and yet Wm. Rue left this week with ten putated. Mr. she ta soon to become a mother. The sto real sentiments we will not urgo the hones for the SpringOeld and Rardatown Our amusement loving clllaeaa were de ry of how her persecutor, whom she aays slightest objecliou to his "hallooing" la a married nan, followed her up, accom- Fairs He expect before returning home lighted last wttk lo behold the lown flood to exhibit at Indianapolis anil to enter the ed with bills announcing that Miss A. ns loudly and as long as he pleases. plished bar ruin and la still iHirauing her, AWliavo not heard from more politic was enough to mate one lInh for Ida contest with with hi premium horse at the Moore would give a grand concert al the great St. Louis Fair. lown ball Friday night, assisted by Prof. Mam on the subject , but it has not kind. TAnderaon News. from Memphis Sbeepear, A good many refugee the renowned prestidigitator The IUilro.! Committee appointed by )xc" the habit oi tho AJwale to exhave found temporary home in the town and ventriloquist. The lown ball, mind press itself fur a particular candidate Madlaon cocaly hare agreed to submit the and conntri among whom ta Judge you. 1 lbs 'building nn the hill. Bsd a a following propoailloiM to the Kentucky trior to tho nominating convention, Friday nlghl came and Central R. lb "Fin!, that the county formerlT a JuJge of the Supreme Ctnrt of school-housdraughtsman of tlie fonnd Ihe vast auditorium Cited from pit and wo would suggest to him that be will and the contribute aa stock In the enterprise Miissiji, when the alateofnf Miss seceded. to dome with a breathless snd expectant had Iwttcr sit down on ht $450,000. if the Cnmnanr will asreo to el rewilnlinn, tend their road from Taria or Lexington paitner. A committee of the First Presbyterian audience. Th exercise were opened by Prof. &, who performed Ihe atartliug (rat Tlin RepublicauConvcntion at Cin- - tolUchmonJ, thence on to Uesttyvillenr Church haa before It sereral plan for the of passings marked coin through Ihe lop v ,..m.u, " Tl're Forks. Second, thai it will remodeling of the nU Clinrrh building. of a small table. Other tike wonderful i iI .,- -, winV.....UM unh ,.,!(, ,cklnthe enterprise $300,. Work will hrgin in a few weeks. A laftv h miiiriii uiuu, lur iju3 jcgiaiaiurr, 000, If the Company will agree to build itsl.jjrc ami oilier mutcmplatftd iiuprove-r- things were done by the Prof, all of which "mid thereby has arisen a rumpus. The from "Vails or Lexington to Rich-Intewill add greallr to the loo. of the were ridiculously myterois Mts Mooro then emerged from behind a small curtain ancient aancliury. white Itcjiublicans rcluao to support moiul. San Francisco baa lavn terribly torn up stretched across one corner of the room and htm, nuil the Gaulle, which h clieves Hie first I'oniuinatlon Mock Male wis sang "Tlie Old Mali's Lament" la a voice over the shooting" and probably fatal wound ,tbut a negro is Ct to volo but not to ing of held at the Fair Grounds list Friday. The of painful melody and thrilling monotony WurLlng-meRtr. L. S. Kal!ock, the .hold ottlee, has gotten ils back away She was loudly applauded. She next tang candidate for Mayor, by Charle Do managers did notreallze Ihrtrrspectatlotu, As Yoong, eililor of the CsrosJcfe. The Imme- and the friend of the enterprise were not "The Gypsy' Warning." At Ua ronclii "tiji Ixxrause of tho nomination. encouraged by tlie reanlt. X fair crowd Ion, the misery she had inflicted on the long as the Itad cau use him as diate cause of the shooting was the asser attended, but the SI nrlhnrn cattle were n tool, every thing is lnvdy,but when tion by Kallock, la public Sfch, that not of a quality lo lerupt bidders. The audience found vetil In Ihe must aganiilng mam. Altogether, Ihe concert was the Young and hi brother were "Isulard be attempts to assert tils rights, they De Sevrnty-ftv- e tuosl subline humbug we have ever aeen. sons nf a prostitute.1 The Wurklnginen horse slock was withdrawn. sold at an average of We want no Jfuore aucb. Coliwold sheep were liecomo excecilingly tlisgnsted with turned out in targe number and tried to atmnt $7 for ewes and $0 for bucks the limn and I rother. IjDch De Yonag, but he wan taken to Jail, Fatal Row An on Lexington Avenue late Tnctday afternoon. Stone. Dew like ball, and Mood the gtonnd.. Two nf the aneu, Williams and Barnes were terribly rock-fig- ''When Freedom from her mountain htght" look down on Ml. Veraon, she sees but a doll town so very dull Indeed that It Is scarcely possible to sharpen a rator In Its limits A young humorist ot this pise while, ont watting the other evening on the railroad tract West of town, slipped and sprained hi wrist. Rising, he remarked; "That's taken all the Vf out nf me. Refor any freight or express matter I received si Livingston, Pine Hill or this ple for shipment over the I. A N. R. R. Ihe consignor aauat make affl.lavll that It haa not been during Ihe present summer within 36 miles of the Tennessee line. Last Monday waa County Court Day. There wa an average crowd In town, tho the dy was more stormy and dlasgrceabl than Is generally seen In Angtisl. There waa little business tn Ihe Court and that waa qnlckly disposed of by hi Honor, Judge ramus. ror ARoriNn Tiir. wom.n. g.f)rtallarmcs Karors, AeoisptetarspsMafttislosrsey Asia aroxjs. .!. st Hessrst IT, sn,! Antes, r.M Seerttril of Insyltees vlsltefl, tsleeest. aestlsns ay lnpeme SflseMeatsrslBselsstl inA Klntt. Italsrlls Illsrlnlfl. pries all other Mols. Terrltsrf rapidly Asfsnl I'sobee McMskls.llMlsastl.O. THE- - IODE3! IOE! IOE! IMrllU MANUFACTURERS' - AGENCY Ititlnc .MlTfr I, ffithm.! t I wlU ft II sirf 1st qmnlllf tf tiirliM rrfnlir rn.t.r ttrtf ONI. CKXT AaSsttralessay llasJnrlsc HA Msselafl IMlUNIM Ik rsssy'istsrs lamrts. IVrsssa e anseJaly ih will biaher Aeoewata due at tho doeo of each Month, and prompt settle- risy, at Che- IS ment required. notiT. Hy t. urs. r, ntminw, DETERMINED TO LEAD! Good Goods and Low Prices Have Placed Us in the Front. have ordered large quantities of Kail and Winter Goods and must have room for them, consequently we arc almost giving away CLOTHING, AVc SFEOIAX. NOTICE BT S.A.MIDDLETOH,Turrnel City. I will paw the highest market price for Staves in Cash or Trade in Oeaer- al Hercaandlie at the lowest Prices. Tan Will alio take good bark. Lumber and au kinds of Conn try Proiaes. I am areat fer the cele brated Flan Bros. Wagons, which I will exchaa js for Staves, Ac. I will receive Stares delivered at Caldwella Kabanki and Pulaski Stations Plat-Kail- SIMM . A. StlBflLBTUSJ. h J. N. DAVIS' GRQCERY, GONFEGTlONEflY ae An - VARIETY STORE. mIJU ir lifctiui kt I lura rnwJ a trtBlorhsWOaoU kt nf stortrtMMM, bvw tk T IBBIJkniUniSCOBsUSUBfM Taken Is eirksa as- - Clsnll. at IU klaksst assr tsirsies . nn w --as vssr .nwiiiy. tssi see. -iwru", n ,m stis-glr sesaythlscslss. a4 I williru. ys llosls fcir Ibess l laeir rU vslss. well as ourselves, and therefore urge you to accept, these valuable opportunities for buying at your own prices. We find that, a One Price Cash busiSK0CSRIS8, ness is the only honest and safe principle. 'Tis a Hata,0ethbi;, g customers QURKNSWABK. QLASSWABB, mutual advantage that the Tobacco, Clgrirw, can and do appreciate. Our direct arrangements WINIW, I.KiUOItM ino with New York and Boston Clothing and Shoe Manufacturers give us prices and quantities unparalleled in Kentucky. Allow us to show you our STOItK goods and then act as you think proper. A FAMILY Yours Very JLr uly, tsj GEO. H. BRUCE & CO. COTJHTRY PRODUCE ., N. B. Merchants' orders promptly and COXPBCTIOHEaUES, Boots, Shoes, cash-payinAWPAM Boots, Shoes, Hats and Fuhnisiiing Goods to get space. We came here to benefit the people as EadlcH Variety of Sundry Articles, NIII-ri.- Iks sksl I will teePtSasltlMelllseaasrtsws. IrsJsw.ess SsJ si ray hows ftsitalBg tsism isty seen, si eiiy man peiees. I i s, uivs, Deft. WS4a a. x, ssaviw. Wear Use filled. uxor rxtut, inc. Seventh Cincinnati Industrial Exposition -- .t. nr. XXm aVILI. BE OrEEI WITH IJtrOSINU rEBCKOXIta SEPTEMBER 1D.lt AND CONTINUE UNTIL OCTOIER 11th. IW rJitiKmrfTKk' 3-- SBB2Seat"wfc J,Q w .,..,..,.,. WARREN & SON i o. fSTOici;. - Stanford, Ky. t Kearney, tn Yu.ixw FxvEtt continue to rage and on the advice of Dennismob whose credit b It said, the di.lntnted. niili unabated fury in Memphis, and considering the small number of peon.um.iits coriiTr. ple remaining in the city tho number Iiesirrr. of deaths is remarkably large. DuRain act in onSatunlar, ami a anull- ring tho week ending last Saturday ixed 0ood of three day' violence was the there were new ease and 31 mult. dentin, the total number ot deaths up The supper held last week for the Presto that date being 177. At New Or- byterian Church wa a plersanl little afleans Mrs. General A number of our citizen are looking Westward with the Intention of an early departure thither. Capt.S. P. Raibee ami family lxave for Denver, Col- - about Sept. JTEW Mr. Lnd Evan expect In accompany them. J. II. Davis gve to Kansas Cily, where he will engage in the livestock trade. The family of llvejate J. L. Minor, jailer of Doyle County, will change their home to ta New Albany, lnd. itw tartaristicsTs. AT THE Queoiiswaro, Oueonswaro, GlaRHwnro, lt. mi axo KEPT rwwt V nou, PaggSrJJaSrlPi IN TIIK A. J. YOU 1IABBIN, Will. FIND GlnssAvaro. KTiaiUI n CBLCTCO IXHI TUK rCKPOsC 1XD BirBtSt-ntl- Q A oftlio discaec, and the General and Proceeds, $50. OnTuodar Hnoell.of Kirkseillr, liitio daughter are down with It. Tliievca are holding high carnival at captured Newton Saunders, who a under Indictment for carrying concealed wrapons Memphis, and the mounted patrolmen and brought Ida to the L.inramerj-11- . nro tumble to disband them. Then.' Invitation are out for the Governor's were two new case of Fever and seven Inaugural ceremonies. Your corresind- ilentlis there Wednesday. ent bad Intended glf Ing you a pen picture J. D. Wood died fair, with plenty tn eat and small fees the Concert at Riibmoml, Tub Fraudulent Hayes gave 81,000 of the aflilr, but to tale an import ant iiart, in which ahe is toward tho payment of the $5,000 at III conflict. torneys feo for defending tho Loulii Circuit Court, whtth liaJu ailjourned, nna Ilcturnitii: Hoard thieves on a tend the following recrulta to the Peniten- lwenlyono graiidJiildren, twenty -- nine charge of perjury. Hayes would rath- - tiary: Sweeny Morgan, 0 years; John gieat grandchildren and one great-greaI year; Josh Ray, 7 years; D. Kuiith, grandchild. For mora than half a century cr pay hla $50,000 salary than havo Cassinavfl ami ths other knaves tell alUt Pratherj rear. The Gtasd Jury he was a member of the Presbyterian SO indictments. Church, ami Wa a faithful and lesion how tliey counted Louisiana for him, returned about The colored Fair set the Community all christian. Ilia life, waa characterised by Wk are lufbrmed by Judgct W. B. agog for three day of last week. The alwpliciiy, and a sWong and undying lore for family wa d waked element la lit l'ryor that the Court of Appeals will band of music from Ilarrodsburg made the nature. refuse to pass on Col. Tom echoes ring with full, round tone of bar positively mony such a few white miutclana proHWHVAHTLMi fovxrt: Btifbfd's apfHeatioH for nnow trial, duce. On rriday night the Town Hall and that the Governor will appoiut a waa given over to the lender mercleaof ye Mt, VmuiH, pecial court for his particular coso i.bl throng for a Mlnatral Troujie and a The announcement I list the fer tapila for Hop. On Saturday afternoon the unusnal thla year will be only $1.15 la crushing to during the wo nth of September. cargo of hilarity waa aluul to sink ialfi th many of the teacher of this County. Their The 2W and Knc; Louisville, troubtetl waters of ilissensloii, but the i remuneration, alini enough before, will be Independent, is m much of lice secured order. a mere iHtaee now. alteoubtiesa Ha per rw tho Gwiwirr- - The Amateur Concert Coiniiany, led by The backbone of th droWb wa broken . Pork Johnson, who Mr. F.J. Gardner, will give a Conceit at aV; awl Ce). mtU last Friday night, sad from-lb- o eve, September 2d, has iweeatly resigttetl his position oa Richmond on T iir-dMonday evening the weather clerk deHv desert the ship ad hour too another at Danrille on Friday, Bin hxii red hi Sijueou wfeti bouutWuHy sad it, did not Stanfurd will come In turn, and va bops ualtrfettDptedly. aoon. Ws don't tbtak welt to meet with a warm reception. Among need any more rata for alx month. PrwaUsat K. SiMidiford Is again put the solo singer are Mia Kit Laadrats, to lua Bciay of awtMiHclIng the report whose superior voice cumUses the attract Eltewbcre will be found Jhe proceedb-- j that the BaWtaoee A CaUo X. K I about Ive uualitiea of the coateaho and nwuo- - of Ihe Kockcasllo County Teachers' Instito bu the Is. A X. A Q.fl. K. X. HI roaJ soprano; Mlts IH Smith, whose clear, tute. Th session cloned laat Friday, and Is as able to ley tbs J. A ). aalkat Cum-ian- y blgbly-cuisU- a! taaes grt styk and (be entire proceeding were greatly enjoy ahe L. It X. I to puroh celavf to her psshimsase, and Miss Kas ed by all present. Prof. T. C, If. Vance abeuU en. left on (Saturday's train for Henderson, ale Col. Morfiy, sslatilir t,CW, k-- dts WbeeeiM, wise -- - Aij. Lfja uLflA tyrsj Ssw'f'l swTraBSj niui IlitsAaiaT UV where bis engagement call him uuu wets:. oorered that Sewaid, Us ysdisssssr, saa ssii nasaiy frteade durlag hU stay Isnsrs. aVnillrsrstil rutin ir Till He visltm. bofie he will return nui year, Uat eoraet kre, give s4s ea j4gf uj tipslaamiat ta) aajililir. Died, on the 20th Inst, at the residence of W. D. Irvlq, Mrs. C M. Burke, aged 8 1 years Mr. George Lee, Sr, the venerable father of Joseph K. Lee and Judge G. F. Lee, of this County, died on Friday the 22d Inst, He waa born near 'a Georgetown, April 12, 1792, during Urst terra of office aa President of Ihe United Slates In 1812, he waa mar ried tn Miss Lory A. Thomson, of Lincoln County. Fourrhihlrrn survive Mm, all of whom were permitted to stand at the bedside of their aged father during Ids last moment. Ilia lineal descendant embrace Deaths lard, all of which will ba sold low fer Cash or Barter. Alio Sgddlerr ana .Harness oi aa auaas. KepatrtSsT tleasa are invited te eall and sse thsm. aone in nest style, and Osb The bsst of Prssh Meat, Flour. Ksal. and all kinds of Orocsries, Bacon and mUititm tn our tock t VtLIK OS ONE MILLION DOLLARS. JfarJrarr, I'm Marhlsery ot , mil Ulruls vart, Ndplt and twuy Uroerrlet, Ofeditm or Besultrul S'sJ.Uuas. IIwtMlresI lu Mellon. Ursiul Art IlUplsj. fiaperb Btsplsy r PUnU aa4 S'lawerw ! Use Urvuul r Kverjr ISetserlpllesa. Iftsrellsiieou atsnwfselares OsM-rvstor- SUIasrj, ste. nit, CVynrt oiui TUxm, v eWit7 knmjtrr SIXTEEN GRAND DEPARTMENTS. HCI ESIOV IliTBI s all Us Ballrsaaa eealertif la tk rtlr. lwla aceBa4atlsaa at tk H.UI. as EeaUsraata Car all ilUUrs. LEXINGTON RACES KK.NTUCKT letp a nurtjafWf utech t Qutrnstntrt nl .' ELECTRIC LIGHTS. Immense GRAND ORGAN. VnUmt ASSOCUTIO.f. HV have jtut rer.W tlirni from Ilsilsjr of Art bihI jr. UcCOLLVU, Semtary. loa KltK. laUustrjr, eouablulujr the Useful sums th. Beautlfsit. XDitVXD ll. VKXDLETOtf, FAIX MEETING OF Monday. Bspt. Bib, 18TB. porUien iwr, tUMtmeni of Qurnnuart onJ (Ilitt- - Tusiasr. Bpt.Utn. Wdnadar, ttspl. lOlh, rhursdsj. Bspt, ltlh. frldar, Bspt. bspt. bfHrJy, Ulh. proa-plly flJ trlt atstilLXMiiia. 0k taut ai (mr XIMtLLtllOt. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. imrtnrrhli turvltidr ttUllnfl Lstosth. ttitWt lftiii-- srtasJi at llklto IUi IllSthll lllf IsfwfU tilMolTtxJ t.y MUtil Mr. Iiruwotstiliipf, U Uk lr. ! lug rbaratif tlt lsUs4iff ri(uwli Vtirt alt lut ltssJLl(wJUtU Tt- - prtcts. idnn7 talrlf AJ ttirt rooM Im'jtktnrJ, llth. ko. i rirrv.At'in: r.ntMt J. rUBLIO A SAU! (IV - "77. Ott.jJX.3c. WITH 3 ttares each day. Fue at a Bares te ronanencfi X, scloek, l. I. VasVBaJaiaos,rley. -- fartkblsrs, as ealelst prcTiis. J. F. IUIUI!4ON, J B , l If i4 JJ isi.slelr Ulurs. I wlll.-- s. MOKIIIY. RLIT. 1. ls-- ( uunl . Oiurl liar. USirs IL. lurt. Ussssdwoe IsHUD&.rJ.stSu'fUM'h r4eUlf( assl SJ Isrsi, slluslil outUstlajtslus Iwik, Is IJnewlu tttr taurnitX ont duttmtr$ utik urtUJt in pur IXMialr, ea Ik Masks A llu.lus.llls 111., 1 Ik Isller Jre, Vslleslrsis IktfueMeeai-JSrrw- u aisi cstsUlslas OS uttut Ntk I tsD.1. well wst-- r. wl.k Summer gouJi, mt JLim Ie CVmw SO. IwlsTeiuf.tseilrs JW. Ibis. wli. la- - sals, vwukl as well kl ae. wjr 4.rs U-e. Zat-1, W. I.ANI.I'.Y Teruis al asts. StHjur itrnsfr, Wnter CWrri, lynmSyitt &. L. SEASONGOOD & CO.. HUliOfl, rtsuM-itt- , rvlf A Manufacturers of Clothing, IUF0UTERS&J0BllEI.3oiW00.,ra3 I ' llu aW s rliain-(- i (X)U UA WNKrm. fill, rlllwr bjf kolsi) triu)ti.l, UrslUis4 Mill will, him Jruiautla ItuitiuJUuarUWMMUltk J. I IlIMDV, AW 11,10, nm IIMIs'iV I'UOWN ! hIU THUSTEK-fl 8ALB- &ytrt aVaOj, LYuJU FARM AT PRIVATE SALE! DclrlAC H.U Avaav, rrrs. ' A. A William, .l. lk t lr I lbiei, ht'im firm u. Imdf sWsinfw lo Mrsj TufiT, Ykti4mt$ MY VAItalf Wi, I tvOVr iWuUptirtleljr. Or 300 ACKKN, ltlris.e aat, a uJ I lis by iMMUaivaUaustiKsiwsl K;. (UlHgtOsili-ulbUtf IllaUkl lai links lit HalUdapSU., iilrtl tHlBtlT to.tti hj iu In r Jtllnai auj litr lavsar lu lafwilurs thlr biuloMi, U J D. IIIUDY Hy trtassra AMs)s(lrwt,sssesle4 Is m a f sT kU rrtJIlMS, twill Was. Msrkio, Lw Iks tnsai hsj fituleys SrrioNJ, 7iVVW-- , drain SKnrh, OH WIDMBBDAV. sdiv.tMtsasj rwsiatirsscwi BBITEMBKU 17. ntm. ttttttmttrm tin kMU).tkUalhW.&rV4l MMUwHl4 W U llsMleractttrt IM. A Irtvct WatatMlT tcrta. It Wfluthliit. 't uiVflss! Id tw lifTiswU, calWnUM bll klisMUUU txut Ik MtUM4lfj4Mu; totltrtlsMl Wm(I R.U., M.TnHWbsMiltlAtrrM( li titryiKUg tKat Aat tWuny la hart ilriNM Oa Hit Utfif. U UttoJa CWntf, bur ullr tnm i lUBluMtftllsl BMf lti4Uritirll 1st) ui WJji lilt, two. bflUUkcrtstnirb, siul I kouU tU v!4tllts.iiU Muhutri. UucUW th kuJ UrUk IftMUssUl. UiUM on CsMasfufUtW A tfltUluu, tVt tWtrHB haHiaJl svMJ IsBSllUsX waicr UwVstrr 0M. Trrmirujr. 1llon r ! 'I No, 353 Wosi; Main St., K. IL WEAREN, . Stanford, Kyk UNDERTAKER. ,car luffttMulurJ, Kt thom. v iii.a l. ytli al id. mji o.. UsVt, lk Iaw4 LU U Wty rust w tetU oti on tkofl wAict, iTlewHJUlinurwJfilMHusU. iMMwIHsi tllU m lk Mistlk tmi ttumrtam Ik U, H. (uffr fcrta. A luwl o4 tavl fcDttm nriU ult U uml t H' I HI ( KMUJUUU vl 4lk. AMlisiftrrwKwbL4ut4 ! tttaUMlli mw whim ivKMUnri iiur. (f cWi k letp fu yfrw w a caU iU.. liMiwWwniac wfawMMai ytMfmnji . Work llttnt, tslllM, IIS4II asMT Mt mid VftwS. tfVWs! iMfiym. TfcUMd.IWtoui)l ik UsU fw H nuki UrlM tit mmd to Itlsf 1 Ik r i ssj s yssn. sua ' Uf 1UUVHT f, UUir MdHMM Mill VtUL rtMiBlf. ftsMliaw ft IIm Hk ImsI. TtuillrM-UiU- utl liluaijwiat UiM trjr A4t4 Ih ty out Kitrat ti4 btuiiuwi, al tr GOOD FAltM VOll wiiuewMftbiwa, m I wIIIm-II- , ui:nv, SAL1. i;iKlabt IsOlTl.SVIMa, KY, Main Btroot, Minufiict..rernJ l)cftloln k'lr.t.UUw m. oatur tcfau. lit th liJ wire r tWrm, kllulal law iwiiiiM iuruitr. 11 BUGGIES! Jcraoy aud Platform Wagons, Kdrl'ilM'a Utr Tur ttir. Iluttlaoalla ,uu..i. isa-- si VZiiXttXSXr'- nJt uiwu ImIU liulUluatB. CONTAINS 127 ACRES, PlilenrUI Ml ru.i anj mm riir, u u, viiaiii, int Ul rsjBlJta out CiAuJ ttn.hAU'Jl A COMrLKTE Of ASBOIITMEN'T lu UitbuU aMMjJ - tf'fi nAnnivi. IttMlufU. iUr a tvuunruikr. (ball , LlkuJ. GOV lMm-ts)- , UTI Abwyi V tlaWSta, tltvUrill 1 All UIMI vaeHfUIV All mHtmtif bsVI BUaMI SU4IIM' tJUiaassT- JW, - ..lll'llti Murk. AaT0IU, kUil KIHIK ll Jti,LI'll M4LI.OI' ChW'8 HHtl CllflriOlii alwa'vuumuamii. Vuneral Calls Proitly Attd4. - i M tii- - s JThc inferior 3io.iri.;.I. t.nc.it, tTATTFHS. Die TlllRTt litKlirlaof ripe Peaeliea at T. CJ. fitorr. BTAWFOBD, ICY. Friday Morning, Auguit 39, 1870. A rci.r. Liars of Ilitrgy ami Wagon Wheela, Hpnkre and Felloe, Owalej A a Hlgglna'. . m .oci . xoTtci:. Iwst swcrl nT unl rakr, til McItnUit AFlaRgV, Cnrw JacVsnn Right nmla half Inrtire of ter fell here during I lie I Ma week. loliarto. rain IlAIM. A wa- Tcrkihii IUtii Roap renin J. II. DriiKia haa Jnat rrcelrcd new lot full lop Hi tmtliim rlm ( Me ItoWrta A whichleather aelllngnaronrhra and Rngglee, he la eery low. Call and nee Hian'm him before you buy, an he will not be 'in- I.AWlF. itnrle of Mnlillngs ami ?lrlur hnmn at Itoltoin l'rlrt attlirnanll a ileraold by any one. arenrattl I'lirncUKs rrrrrltlon romimiltil t Oirnanll A lVnnj'a, Wiiitr I.rup, Mnsrol Oil ami Mlinl IaiK-- At the Kentucky drain Drill. It will wmk In atock laml where other Drllla fall. PolJIy Oiraley A Hlgglna. rInl IVnnj. im, Ac Fill J Ciimmvi.t comlt lark nl mmnt thinks, wale, rrncils, ra A Prs-si- liara a rr, Mipta iiit-HiiV- slnclcufRiiin.il Hunts, IVna. Int, Hlatr, rtr., at McllnU. low Jikt lt rrcrlml, a fin 1'kIcI KniTrt al aiciioitrts a want. asnottmmt of Ilia rlcrs, fur rah, t WILL Insure a rf-- l enr nf fi.tnla, r. i. lor flu. ta rur no liowrtrr A I ODfrf,Hlanf.irl. Aa tills la Hi wawn lor painting your lions, Tun ran flrnl a rninjiltl alora of Vad, (hla ami mlnr at Clirnaull A IVn ii, BmtL-- Mf, J. N. IHtle needs erery cent thai ladnehlm In proaernlehla building oprratlona, and truala that all Indebted In him will farnr him with an Immediate arlltement. Thorn who. ran not take a hint may I furred In the unplramnt drily nf pay ing olTicera' male. Hciiooiji. Mr. J. U Gentry will the Common School In the "old brick" oa the 2d Monday In Kept...... The truateea of the Ml. Xenla Academy hare aeenred the nerrlieeol KMer Wra. U. Hper, who will begin hla dullea neit Monday. A neat new building haajuat been erected, ami a on ny's, good echoed la aaaured. I lUVKIrint lri(lnK arxl lunnlnit; lonf A New Tailoriiu EnrAauaimrxT. rnnuglt on imtr ami arronnt, at Hrini. Umrt I will trjr warranting. V. II. McMra.O. IL Marecball and H. C. Rupley Anderson. hare oenel a Merchant Tailoring Ratab- l J. II. A Il.HllAKKa liarr lust rm-lTti-ttill-ilrrn'- s llshment al Matheny a old aland and Inlot of !hllra ami a splm.lM tend In keep fully abrraat with lha lime ami HIkm, mail Lr Klrgl.r and faahlona. They are both Aral-claat arc anlhorlwd la warrant rfrrjr pair. llielr trade, ami aa a houne of Ihia kind haa a I). V Uaim la In of a lars-- lot of aiilrmllil rw lliirglr, Poring Waon, been needed here fur aome lime, we are Ilia-InnFarm W aeons. Ac. Tries art Hie they will reretee a paying patronage. rrliirlr ami will lw aoM low. lr a mi lire, rrrrlt fr i. 1 With the eiceptlon oftnnale teacher, the ten-year-Faculty will be of the name earelleal ma 31 terial of laat year. Mra. Jennie D. Philip & ot wilt bare charge nf the rprcial local Ihia We hare the exclusive sale in Stanford, aeolon, ami Mlaa Addle Purnell of the In-of the fineat and best French Calf Sewed alrumrnlal mulc Mra. Philips' ability la Boarlct FrriR. It will be rememlier-e- d and Boot ever offered here. Home-madwell known, and Mlaa Purnell ia said lo I that a short time ago a little son of Mr. warranted to give entire satisfaction. moat proSelenl In her department. The James K. McCormack, who had died of We would call especial attention to our proepecta of lha school were Refer wore Scarlet Fever In Cincinnati, waa Interred atock of Parasols and Fans,' believing It to Head Wliat Your NclghLors Say ALout tattering. In Ilia family bury near llnslon be the largest and cheapest assortment to little Darvitxe, Ky., June 27, 1879. Norar Axr MuMa. No, not by any ville. Not long afterwards a attendedchild be found in the city, A Hlagg, the Ilavo iHtdoaooftheMayficM Water Elevator and Purifier for five ueana haa lha splendid stock of goods al ol Mra. Sam Browning, that Onr stock of Sandels, Newport Tie, funeral, waa taken with the disease, but af A HayJen years, and find it all that ia claimed for it. They will purify tka foulest well Oim Itmt or been cut down to mere Floriiu, ra' Mlasea and Button Newport' fur throng of suflertr with cougba and culds fragments, becauae the firm haa been con- ter a severe illness, recovered. This week, or cistern; never freeze up; a child tea yean old can draw water from a fifty-foannually go South to enjoy the ethereal Children, Is still complete. Mrs. D. Ia down wllh it, ami we hear that well, sufficient lor the use of a large family; are very durable; lielicvo cvun-ler- a. lullJnc-- a of lha laml of Hawera. To the m tinually replenlahlng the eheleee and Scarthey will hut ten year; would not buyjuiy other when I could ect tho May Another large atock of Newport Tie, Almost dally arrtrala of goods from there la Utile hope of her recovery. r would say that lha nrrraaitr of that Button Newport and Strap Sandal, just field. W.P. Evass. wnalrr trip la obrtatn) hr IXiuwrnt' Con lha cilice, embracing all the noreltlee of let Fever ta about aa fatal aa Smallpox or opened. liund Hone of Tar, which ipecdllr enrca Ibe erenon, prroent and to come, rendera Yellow Fever, and the lawa in regard to Dahviiak, Ky., Juno 27, 1879. C0IJ1 Incident to thta lha rouaha ami New slock of Zinc Trunks, Valiese, cjcWleace In the shipment of the body of a person that We have need ono of the May field Water Elevator ia the cittern at this Fur polite apratcra Itaor- - their house the emporium par ta uat received. Ihie section of country. Iflhe brat gooda died with tt should he aa airingrnl aa it IVmoalhcnle regimen office for several yean; it haa worked to out entire aaliafaction; haa proved ttaarathoaeuhorr-,- " clciring the throat till at Ibe lowest proSla afford euflietrnt In- - ia regard ta them, New and elrgant slock of Paper, Linen more durable than tho chain pump and lighter draft. I have been to well the vole rlnga with I lie tllrerr cadenc of ducementa lo the people lo boy, then this and Silk Fan. Tmivra Are nightly getting In their pleated with it that last Spring I removed a chain pump from my cistern a Iwll. IW Cauaaena' Compound I loner firm dewrrrayour patronage. and the worst of it Is none of work here, Our Organdie and Lawns are beautiful at home and nut in a Mayfield Elevator. When tho Elevator was put in the of Tar. Price 60 renta a bottle. For sale reliable cistern, it bad become infested with the small bog that are so common have been raughl, as yet. The oth 1. and cheap. MclUhcrla A Stagg. Two AT A Riiot. Another murder red- - them in cisterns, and bad begun to emit unpleasant odors. After a few weeks' while his store was pretty well night, New slock uf Lace and hinbroldered Framk I.oLia'a rnrt'UB MoxrnLV denaMadiaonCounty'a bloody record. Thta er uao of this nnmp, the both entirely disappeared, consider it the Ixst cisfilled with customers, a scamp stole air. A Fur SeilemUr la aa uaual Blle.1 with deTie. at Itlchniond, Oeorge Mitchell, a for lime, tern pump I know of, and would use no other when I could obtain ono of lightful reading milter and eircedingl J, Harris' coal, which waa hanging up In Silk Mils In black and light colors. mer resident of Stanford, urea a needle-gu- n Leaullful cmbcllUhmrnla. The opening them. hla establishment, ami walked off unJ. W. Proctor, Cashier Central National Bank. article, "Napoleon IV," la an elaborate and at Wm. Pratt, a carientrr, sending a ball memoran terr interraling hUtorr of lha l'rlnre Im. w hlulng through hla shoulder and lata noticed. Ia Ika pocket waa a Stahford, Ky Juno 28, 1879. dum book, which la valuable alone to Mr. ivrUl, with hlaiwrtratt and orer a doten I use ono of the Mayfield Water Elevators and Purifiers. It improves tho llludratlona. 'rrrwntrd at Court" l an the left eye of Pat Hweeny, an taoSeastre Harris, who give lha thief the liberty to water; works with great case; i very durable; agitates the water thorough. article deKrlpliie of the EoglUh Court spectator, killing him Instantly, The quar- retain lha coat If be will return the book. vor. If ; gives entire satisfaction in every particular. I would bavo no other. It la rel between Mitchell ami Pratt grew out ami lha Crrrnionr of l'rewntallon. A good pair f boota and a coat were alao T, F. Engteman aold lo Thomas Woods WiKCiicaTEB Cocrt. There were not John J. McUoberts, Cashier National Bank. profurlr illutlralril, aa ia alao "Tlie Story of a bet that they made during lha recent stolen from the back jnrch of Mr. John M. over 100 cattle on Ibe market, and all were tut Tuesday 12 head of steers, averaging of the Knolilr," lha old Arctic eapluring In which Pratt called Mitchell a liar. We, tho undersigned citizens of Kentucky, having known tho ahlii. "Th Alpine Climbing, lla Palm and Fair, 1.160 pounds, at 3c McKobcrta, Hr, and anuniiKTorclnci.ro aold at from 2c to 3c, wllh an active de Elevator and Purifier tinco it wu patented by Isaac Mayfield, of May. rcrlU." "In Ibe Nei l'crca Und," br U.-(u- l. Pratt's wound la a nerioua one and may re were taken from hla t. Nearly ev mand for good stock. The prospect for A horse fell down with Walter, a little at the Inner sult fatally. Mitchell gare himself up af Cualello, ami "A (Jljmp field, Ky., in 1871, and having been using one since that time, do heartily ery body who haa a garden hat had It the holler of good gtatlng and feeding son of Mr. Bam Engleman, and bruised the Ufa of Meilco," bjr Nugent Kobinaon, are ter his terrible shot and la now in all. recommend it, and claim: 1st. That it will purify the foulest well or cisINTRODUCED, . 1 860. raided upon, ami Ills high time that active cattle improving, both In price and de Hltle fellow up considerably admirable lllualralrd paper. "The Hold-e- n tern. 2d. That it will not freeze in the coldest weather. 3d. That it will KaUMKU.-Mra.IPawn la concluded, ami there are eef. VrU Lela. Middlrlon, measures were taken, or thr thieving mand. Broke mule were scarce, and aold last ten years, lib. That a child ten vears old can 'draw water out of a There was a runaway scrape In our town ertl alorica br ipular aulhora mewlng of LouUrllle, read a number of her faror- - scoundicls will lake TKimoxwInn of Ihe at $100 each. Ping horse brought from last Wednesday, but we are forbidden la A well, sufficient for the largest family use. We certify that our names peculiar meril. Among lha moat nolrwor to a select audience at the town, "There-a.- " lta selections $30 to $00. the are "l Owile- -a Ia Vmrlna," were signed to this by our permission, and any communication in regard to call any name or give particular. la tha Initial aoorce ol many dlaaaaca, peoml-ne- ' "11.0 MrMer" "A Ufe SacriCce," 61. Asaph Hotel on Wednesday night. Her MAKHfAUKM. tho Elevator, addressed to us, will be cheerfully answered. IxH'UYlu.r, Tbo cattle market la ex uownr, wait r Mr. Green Rrlght purchased a Coo bull The Yunng fade front Ilolon," etc., etc, rendition of lh humorous piece waa exHon. A. R. Book, M. C Mayfield, Ky.; lion. Ed, Crossland, May. C0TiYENR DYSPCKIA, SlKQI T0g PtRKIxn. Married, on the ceedingly dull and price lower. Extra calf al the combination slock sale at Dan I'.wiua be Kill ('ooU. Kill V. I'ierce, J. ceedingly good and were heartily enjoyed, AGUE AKD fYEH, .OVStNIERY, BILIOUS rtVER, Geld, Ky.; II. 8. Hale, Prest. First Nat. Bank, Mayfield, Ky.; Judge W. Warren Neocomli, Jr, ami olbera,aml an shippers, 3c to 4)c; Lvat butchers, 3c to ville last Friday, for which be paid $67. 'JAUNDICE. PIUS, gttFJJUATlSII, KIDNEY C0H- -. tones that she anaiiinea Ilitln.l, Mr. Win. J. Singleton lo Mtsa but theslng-aonW. Robebtsok, t'ir. Judge, Mayfield, Ky.; Hon. Lew. Akdersox, Marfield, ..Id aide ballad, The Children In Ilia Perkins, dsughler of FJder 31c; medium, 2ic to 23c; thin lo common, rUINT, C0UC, ETC. Wnml," tcry quaint and pleaaanl reading. In reading poetry man the effect to a con- - Caroline Koe Ky.; Hon. J. Bioor.n, Paducah, Ky.; Mier Whl, Mayor, Paducah, Ky. There la iienou or lclo2c. Hog are active and price vtrlnlty lliatsome passionately personsof tn this SYMPTOMS OF k The 128 ipmtu pagea err. In a lilerarr and alderable client. She, howerer, weea J.C. Perkins. (ond chick are from 6c tn 10c higher; choice, $3.80 to t. The alrong elocutionary ability, and I lie audi-met- " arluliL inl of Iw, Ol'H young friend, Alphuao, Ihe King of .iU- 4 a (ingle rpr ""! 'IS renta. and $100 per cwl ; fair to good, $.160 lo $3.76; en. Mr. Brechrr Adam hia two left out seemed greatly pleased wllh her ef Siain, Is lo be married lo Archduclu-e"-- i the annual uiwriiainn .i, n '"-- , common, $Z60 to $3. OcIhk to the mark of a Buck of one hundred. Imapf AppgUtaiuidNaD. tht borwU forts. She is engsgnl fur two readings In Marie ChrUtlne, or Austria, hi October. A.ldreM Krank lour mr.. il with ami lamb are a shade low &oomUTftbitom6Umml.teTTit Mr. John Bright, while out 63, 6J an. 67 I'ark Somerset neit week for the benefit nf the He la rather a young Widower lo vrnlure el East, sheep .I'uUl.l.ing Hon tocMoaMMiiaiath E&dt oootnpixi6& 3o lo 3c; common, 2e lo a few day ago, thought he would show hla again tnto matrimony, but Ihe Ixiy la lone er; extra sheep, with m P ul. ff.TV,TVVgJ In thsbiok part, tftja llaplU eiiunh. 2r; lamb, extra, 3c lo 3Jc; common, skill a an equestrian. He took after Ihe nt i t right mUim nd mirtha tiottli lunga fur a companion. lo 3c Cwiiati. Janie V. Alcorn, K., some and am. fox in an open field to catch It, but before VrJMrWf? V 1 1. OAiTiiaM-WilliMr. K: 1I.IUI-tlic- r, is now an aruwed candidate fur Cirviil! olintloato wUon of bcrfyormjnJTXiTi he bad gone far the hoise turned his court btsUHjnraVMptfr,, tow iptrtU, wjg? oflhe Harroddiurg OowrreC, mul MIm f.j.woy.v Ti".trr. Judge, ami Mr. It. C. Warren lias hren In Ua.- and John ami tha saddle went on but he pawnoary . with a IWlfig of U. ft-"I!'!"??" ' ' nylot3 . (Vinmooweallh'n Allorner for Faanle Williams, and accomplished ami Ibe race fur JlMafelirflfr-camtdatjrL0aHljraUa-aM- aj Xlttnmi didn't catch the foi. i taiae luiely yuung lady of Milton, Ky.. were I aU. l aVajllle la (Ml lag ket nnuie lime. To llie casual olawrerr II might Tlutfrin. .Ut- l- Etrtf Dot bfof th Uln The rain which oiiumenced on Saturday We are Informed thai Mis LyJia Iwis ago. We lip our hal : fcaenlly tyfri, Yollow Bkln, HtAj-- cb ...i mi, (u. inn. lleemnellle, law a (Ml apivar thai Lincoln ia a little greedy this married a fear davaami would remind Mrs. lat continued with little intrruilMiou un has been clmseii lo leach Ihe neighborhood onr tha rlghaT r IUtlMM a, night lime; but when it ia remembered thai the lo lii new eorple, Mlia Plica IlltfkVyU til Monday night. The corn crop la now a New Providence and will commence the wi-t- miadi4miCtkrocdor4Urin. KallvN. la MlM claims uf Iter riliirna for d'strirt olBre tiailher that if "Ed," makes as good J, ASJE UltHUDKD. bryond danger from drought, and If not If THX8E WAfiHIMQflSOON BE DEYL0PD. first Momlay In September. She la a fine as he doe an editor, a bright ami hate neier Iwen reoognlied within I lie UKIOUS DISEASES Will v overtaken by early frtxt wilt lw aiore than i Inatruclrwaand should be well patronixrd. kl Un, II. l Wcarra. hippy future awaits her. Amen. Inhabitant, that lie memory of iheidJot usually heavy. Ma.B.T Wluaa.U IbalUulkeen MnlyJUb of We are very glad that she will teach tha iUanit - Uiws.-- On Hit .1st lo.l , at lha the rase will hardly do. Hhe haa r a I atutaiM The oivrathin in aurgrry known aa enu- - school, because there ia a genlleman In Ihe 11. ! ere. Hues ami aa residence of lha bride's father, by Elder J, laayrrs, aa rlerer luuilllie. Iiaa l are especially adapted to auch Mcll..wn.l. rlealion waa successfully performed last neighborhood that I almost on Ihe bai r' Ult guud IVniorrata aa any In the district, and (1. Siagletun, Mr. Alfred II. iLi'tln and alngle doao efTeota cases, a lllwl ItlruJa ker Ikla vk. riicndayhy Dr. Clieatham, of Loulavlllr. who I very anxious lo go to school Mis Allie P. Kom, Ihe hsndsonw daughthigh time that nhe nhould bale a alio auoh a change) of feeling aa to ia to. Auoaa Aaowir.(lll"'U'. I'W it la ilucN. The subject waa child of Mr. Run Jone, one mora, session and he wont go to any aatonlah the auffwrer. office. Xlr. Alcorn er of Ml. M. I". Idas, were untied In marin thedlalrlbutlonof HlaabcJ a t j Uf tlall iMlrMaf. about I wu years of are. The ere wa en body cue. Kv f Uaealer, la lulling la an etcellcnt lawyer, and would do honor riage, Mlaa IIom la an accomplished lady, MluNaaau PILLS tirely removed, and waa found to be thorhccoimI iup. Mia Iku lUckanla, al lUa PBEArruxa. The funeral of Dr. Arthur haa a valued patron uf The Interior oughly diseased probably lo the office, If elected. ! cancerous. A that art Sm aaja Ma. aDUaa.lLK. Lrrta ! Journal for some lime, and we congratu- the IXirtor took it wllh him, II la expected While will be preached at Rrighl'a School. art cw ? yrMiiliaU.tc-ataJr- v tfm tl!cal Cam't fltr "Jistk r,M A year or so ago bual aamUwik, al UilKgil,lklik. Ik aaaMt Ilk alM bHn house next Sunday at 10) o'clock, by Rev, late Mr. Hlngletun un hla go.nl fortune In thai . pl-t- ol Parlfy. Iavlraa tarh C ! he will furnish a report ol the rase Rait and her Iwe pretty IIIIU Wood Utile mado an aaaaiill with a Maa. II y rtlUvU U U aatir Hy ( RobL Caldwell...Rev. J. C Randolph, of winning her. interesting lo Ibe faculty. Dr. U. perform tb Unr, lbr tliUMihiulamprt tliuiklem Cliulltlr, are ural at Ike Wjeci on klr. T. V Ouffie, of this county, for Dauiille, will preach on the Millennium tfm plBaa k -U ! aat Ti anta llauae. whlih an Indictment waa found. Ita wu ed several other operations here for rata HKLiaiartt, b.aJik aal vllaltiy Turta-Tiaiu- a at New Providence Church Ihe Oral Sun Ik bawala I Ml aalaralija wltkaal TMUuaa llolaa, Ja, kaa Ihetkaalarf tried here and fined $60 for lha offense, ract and other optical affections. wklch CJ- wU. day evening In Sepleuibrr...Rev. Oreen Quarterly Meeting at the Methodist Javaaat ere tx a larj anJ Jellklllly. but oa aome technical g round, got a new I Ukiiiway ItouBXRY. John MeCune, an Uar Smith, will commence a aerie of twlrd ealarwekto. and Sunday, Preachgot gel justice Church : A Noted Divine who had a claln meeting at New Providence Church the kaa reeeltrt kla rwixla. trial, and sweating ha could inoffenslre Irishman, by Dr. R. Hlner. Jvlwa J. Ik Iaaia (lar- - ing at It u- UlrnJa U aiiki II hat here, obtained a change of venue to Dr tUaaalvJIca Jilk-e,aiiIke Hustontille A Bradfordatille firat of next month. a artj j rtnr-i1- 1 UNillHk The Tales Creek Association U In session against rard. The raw waa called last Monday, k all klada tluttudnt Uwif kl Ututa km. LlUNmiMfMNBelUkMllUi M , received from Ihe President, &IeMIVrU!tUltfUk) UlllMt WaU Mlaa and although Utile did not luit In an ap this week at Klrkaillle. Rev. J. M. llruce, Turnpike Co, MlaaMuaia UaoMAlou, al llarraJaUrc. Cm fWal .eal . trW MalaxH. fMlw TmhhcI (1l. Dr. W. B. Drye, an order on Ihe Treaaurer, U.li.Ilxllle. (imla UIIU M. Uui Ikla reuatr, er Ikeai4 Mlaa el Mia.McCU-lf-II.,f liearance, It waa tried all the same. After (1. R. Waters, J. M. Hall, ami oilier, went II. Rhinersun, who Uvea on Ihe Rolling A milk cow that eat tomatoes with avid fc4naVaJ I aUWllla1fcrttla aaw4tini. t.4VilVaofftwrtih. X,. Jury from here. " llslruing lo the eildcnc adduced, the Furk, for $20. John presented the order, ity, is one of tho curioailiea of our loan. MxlualklawNk. fine waa Utile enongh for Revs, Thotua M, Vaughan and John M. Mraaa and faiullfkafare-larae- d thought a $260 which wu cashed Wednesday Ocrnoon. Ma. iaD2Jaa.li.il. Home. Oa the lClh Inst., to Ihe wife of will exchange pululta next Sunday; no anaewed It. The asaault Ika uffenar, and llruce CaaUrUa4 Iraaa a protract! lUlt IU turning to Hustoavllle, he wu met near C. 1". McDonald, a sun; weight, 8 pound. ThebftnttffMtUtO Iaeraa ! AOl Ike haling been made before the law went In. Ihe former preaching here at 11 o'clock, Vlrab UO tb a&d (iBH tb body ta T I'alla. KutekllUllkataealdeef aadra-fk- l Mr. J. S. Bledsoe by a wan who present' aad by ilwlr TaU A TfUffl U atUii-Tke ah WM Juair to cflVcl requiring lha ury to aay In Its and Ihe latter at Ihe Baptist Church, Dan Urtealltkallkaacuoii. W have a curiosity here In tUa oa Ua UUiilv ed a revolver and ordered hint lo hand UcUf aaJ wrkjaed elrr lie wnla. MtUt art prodact!. lerdlct that unlem the fine la paid or ville. the over hi mouey on pain nf instant death, that w think a Utile novel. When uui Vioauica Earaa. wkakaa, kr enaetlaie. repleiled Ilia accused must work the Kentucky Chrtatian MUdunary Con' BR, J. F. HAYWOOD, The John honored the draft. This la a pcculb rope are pulled by a certain young lady i,wd as with Ike nawa Bo MUJUbwt, kaaae. tn Ika curlody of Ibe Jailer at venlton, the annual meeting of lha ChrtaOrNIWYORX, 8AY9- Ireplej a rwllloa In Ike (MuUa UI(kHtol,aa4 amount out easy of robbery. Aa it waa the bell very distinctly respond, "Cvm'et" arly OF VALUABLE OBIQINAIt Vw elssuM silsl tnnt sunol bs eHa nr , aka taa no longer roallmiaker klud $1 per day, tittle can not be compelled lo tian Church of Kentucky, will be held In Meeting tltra ikal inn lAvm M IU aotMnl rnolnNM, an June In the dark, I don I know whether (come here); and he cornea. work. We repel Ikla, Will Ibe aauie iueM work 260 daya If he falls to pay, but will Lexington September 2d. The church JSffKnSV-kWrFa-rTS"Ac. !ud lha robber wu recognized, .niulm ika Bikool on ekulalag lie arrtlcM haie lo spend one hundred and twenly-fii- a ruroiberahin In Kentucky now numbers tOlD IVHYWHtH, rRICt 2 CENTS. The cai renter' work of J. E. WlUlaW aialad;aanaileulto 111 tka lu1iit Hirsai, Maw Yatk. aase ft -SuoRTCirr. That wu a rdcanant re JK)0 I?"5S9 X? 15.00 drya In (all, lu that crent, which, about 80,000. " Hon In II la "lea ana la aaai(oro. new hocae la completed, and la a model of a- 21,1 Dr.Ttrm MANUAL U Valubls Inor. week from your old contribu2.500 1'riafTfrom $tS0 lo Jl.OOl)....- .ana uscnu nasciins win w,inwm Rev. N, D. Johnson, the paalor of the minder last We hop that J..n... W a. Firoa. Cklef Jostloeol tealiuir, when iwnl, does sol releane him from the strength and convenience. oaianacaUom. ka kU uru apondlug a skotl IM at Crab payment of lha fine at any time hereafter. Crab Orchard Baptist Church, write us aa tor, Tarraut...(llad that McKitSsy Station I by hi example to aa other will be Induced Orckard tpriaia, uada a nio.1 viIcmp iWI te in the wid.tofa has found a voice. If It always epeaka I ' till further add to the beauty and value MukmllulHalarJar. TkaJ"Ji la " of he Tin I'KlVAlLlsia Crime. Last Friday follows! "We are nowhope profitable meet- pleasantly would like to hear ll again DOAWINHTOTAKBI'LACKAT TUTT'S HAIR DYE. of our town. UlfkUal ana alekaal el kl. exult, kaa lad Iklrly morning Zacli Vance, a negro boy In lha very interesting and I -l u a Gof of Shelby "Utile Phil" and Dick Warren passed aa a practicing atleuer, and Kaua ob Tiuiui hOaf j ta rear' eipatloiue employ of Mr. W, IU Hawkins, who Ities ing. Brother J. II. Spencer, John Durham hu fifty pure bred par-Monday night. Aak la wllkalauoal ganlal and 4eaaanl antUinaa, wllh uie, preaching with hla through Hnatonvllle In this county, near Bhelby City, made an county, I -- m.m . viik-ciaviBslHisralW4. Bt bLarea .rT 00. BwJfcrClrcnlar anJ rrlsaUsk f allkooktkla Is n lurlloa U kla JaJlcil JUIiUt, T1 uur congre Richard how it waa -- Ml Matlla Paxton iriUg IVAJCOin WHU!..( .wu- -. ninrbanf. nii.l nasi If earueatneaa. ..... old daugh- uaual iwwer and UM ta, loniaiuw, AiUrss CAUL C. VUENHEU, f.-.f ILI, wu kla oral llall la Lincoln; bat allkat met alleuipl loraitsh his three-yea- r .n -hu left us respect our griefDr. Bugle Mil UUI l.....it m in. m.lin, He uy that tha-- roo. attentive, and many rfwrty si,, ntw xoriu jjjj,,, i, klu koa tkal ke will llall Biofltncl la .0 future. ter, but waa dlacoiered by Mr. Ilawklna In gation are parlor excellence. Wa have received up waa here but week, looking robust... Dr. Interested. Try Tula wtta'a auWilkera are Judge! 8. time to prerent any Injury to her. luruil-ate- d deeply Lee, of Cumberland -- an 'Indian Doctor" tera of thta breed frequently weigh 15 IU, -, VOUNO MBNi INTENtHNUTII 1u rOB SALK. w, I, .iill.it, KM W. . lUktr, llopkl .illlr, V. at so hellish a design, Mr. II. selud a lo till data (TItli) eleven additionliksimntla 1'lNar.MkHllIl who propose to ahool a cancer on eight, while it la not uncommon for the bene to u,tUwl,OilunUai W. M. Uanwn, i ikUroie, shauki uccliug will continue unlit Sunday night, w attempted to Impale lha , tWwJ4 fnlllaa Hfo" Tkok-trn- J Ma., by J. Ullawaoo.ari J. W Alcorn Mil. M. pitchfork and la here, proposing "lo put a head on" Dick weigh from 11 to- 131b. vrlt Sir s(iliniis nf Bidaiu&lao4 Cnllra not longer." asllr. sn4 Cr.i nr. In wounding If IvAIMo. A Alcorn, Wnl. Vracb, Klsnkrdi W, A. Ulce, scamp, but only succeeded Caaey Bradley Kaufluian attended the Mr, Zimmerman, of the firm of Or ley A ClUtta7lWaaiakrr ULlU.aUnbnltr Jam ant t gta tllitna, haelonla. Mo., by B. U Oaier, Mlie hint slightly In lha arm, when lie ran, Fair aa a warning lo the fat baby .Col. Co, Cincinnati, who are Ihe purchaser of WAKR'S WUAXT k STRATT0 Ual, T C Uotr.MU Vtraks W O. I.AXB.KTOIK AM CHOI'. of Jamieaun rtceived agerauiutu a few daya Ihe Uurdetl land,! her thta week. They HOUSE atoLOT TOR SXhE lee Lick. and aoon dialaiiced Mr. II. A number W II (41lar, Pmclor.rrabOnkard) Cnr.TkUA an4 Mai Bui,lolll,Kr together, Robt, McAIUter bought of Elijah Pence, aluce which bloomed on ML Olivet, the Ky., Joka A. blngUlon, Juslali kl(l.lK Klnia lha neighbors was then gotten are glrlng employment lo all good men I r br saU urlrstslr, T UounUla.br W. . Diet E. A. Ho,.,i Or; and after a lengthy search found the boy CO SoulUdowu lamb a $6. soil of Palestine. .The telephone stock that apply. Several tneu from Campbell ' leana, La.i V. U BaruM, IVInl lick. under a pile of briars In a rum field. Town JoCh M. Hall aold to Tom Boone 100 la reported all taken, and the gossip are county have taken contract ta work up BPLESDID NE W H0U8E OK MAIN Bl Ma. M. II. IKouta U now leu king tUCouiaion Marshal Mention waa telegraphed fur, and trembling lest their confidential commu- the timber on certain boundarle. They sheep, averaging 118 pounds, at 5c, -- "' aS!,',W,tlJ"J.'N.V.AV.':,' Krnuol nl Uleknuiad Junction. Tke repel aUrled how-eie"" had the negro In jail here not, t -- r.. ..u u. '.,u In LtoaUa connlr byaoueellkalUpuUlcanatkal Ike aaeW of kli aoon 0. J.WhIto sold lo O. F. Estill, of Fay- nings be reported In the Cincinnati paper. re going to put up a saw mill and two 5T Mlk Wr.1 nf WuW aJ aal B.la B. asifi " eererat al- ., c. More Mr. II. had made on avruJtUJi.il ...k and uuje,u U rwdgnalloa aa aure-kseiRichmond RegG mules fur $.117.60. In a few days, and will Pleas note the death of the venerable bucking machine, nam: t IlllnjrrLrr.nLt,rtrniiSraus,tlM faria Ik tCwa.UU Ursa, k iai - U'Skn din lesipU to kill him. On Ihe neit day lha ette, rauaoof aogllaenca ami luwupalency Inlke ooi l'AiiM AeMsaJ ister. make business brisk her for some time to George Lee, a former cltlien uf Ihla counoo.SUk l.IJ 1. SlrrkMiauU ns llsus, sllialaj iUj p.slllnVas Tsnana rkaria ol kla dullea, la w blae aa II la ay. He preliminary trial waa held, and on the buml llks, lsla kaa a kite? ftau (ViL A. U. Snepe, aaadni W. II. Trajlor aold tut Monday to Mr. ty, which occurred al Ihe residence of hi come. A good opportunity now fur team, IanVrUsalasrsi4llct llssgls Ua Vim I wILa rniai U.U. A. of lha Doctor who had eiamtned Una. .. .hi u.Liiil.l. J.lll. nnj1 umI Irln, kallawlVa.bwa aUKB au, snJ i4Vuly at uu4 an naif beta a good eoUer;" aaoikor pom l fc ii ly lha little gill, ha waa held on a charge of Thouiiwon, of Tennessee, S good mule at son, J. J- - I- -i In Doyle cuunty,on Friday, tera to get a steady Job, a number of which nf TUiaiaakritaplk. Ij I i "", uiiWil-- U rS.. --.III ssr o sm. iu will M. (UUclor af Ike Ilk PUtlcl, k It k aaaaftewaa Ik ais rcnttn.nu.vaiHiiai.i.ii.tiMri"'. -- W.'XV tSffSO;avik, IHS. tw ster Visitor. nua n the 22d Inst. Mr, I.ee waa one of our moat will be required to move thtlr product aa Mr.aW iaaliasai-ra-s- -1 U r-- J aiiUlon, aoda aanikaMor atteeupt to rape. Ilia youth and Idlotlo tit per llus. 1 will s.11 nw lUmw, Una. .Ci-- WJ " IkaUaleoUerlakla ,ahlpmeuL They alio prolirnisatiwW. fast u rradr tun.lUrn.Ar. lailksc varlU.lsrt, SlPr aa bualaeaa cn.lly, and ooo froui aanll Hon. J. H,0wJey will exhibit hla short wldtly known clliariia. II wu born In . ajkyeerance undoubtedly eared hla ueck, J,A.I.YT1.K. au.ij,i;s. h. k, . TitT--., . klanJunl, I f . ,, . mK, najln I nil "ka kad baM konocaU,4 ".. while It wu abortion of pose to give euipluyuient to a number uf I L. .t..tu I Tl.fTfc Sa-IlamanMFn.sisirsr,H,n.X,';s,w7r. .1 iL ...- aa Butt inmgnaiHMl waa giraa nuu mo mtoi" hum rattle at the State Fair, which upeus Lincoln couuly, klaaal.Xr. ' HM4 ed.M Tka aolerauie ol kla bsiag lumw lived Under lha ad- - aaw uiuia if may wui lurei on iuvir isuuo. It autlna, the State of Virginia, near Loulavllbp mi the l!h of September, Khang htut prally tronly el pressed. noUllca. Tim accounts of IIoIiihi A Huga; liar In mjr liamla fur collection aom lima. TlifTinli.tWacttl.-.- l iuimollslrlr 1 will warrant on all aorounla unpaid williln Hi ntlt Iwrnlr tiara. J M. I'liltl,, Jr. llorrLro I.icniTmwi. When uwl fur Ithtunallsta, Hura Thnt, Lama Back, Neuralgia, Sprains, I'.rulv, Contracted Muscles, HlllT Joints, CVirna ami Iinalona on human Wings ami Hpatln, King Hon, (falls, Scratch?, tic, on animals, Cuowm' lightning Liniment la uneqnaleJ, and lla ellect la alraplr letrlcal. Aa lla nam anggnlslt Is n,ulck lortliere, ami thoiia. amla hear wltnraato lla astounding lr lunt. IVIra 60 rent. For sale lir NTAiman Ffmalk Ominir. ln week from neat Monday the lentil annual nmaiun of Ihie College will commence. Jut held al High llridge Camp (Iround, on Ihe IDili of rVplcmber and continuing four days. Percy W. Itoch-esteof Stanford, la one of tlieCotntniltre nf Arrangements, and he tells ua that ma- ay noted spralera hare !ccn engaged for Ihe occasion, and that a big lime Ia eiiwl ol. Iledueed ralea will be glren by the railroads, and all arelnillcd to attend ForSalx. One of the brat arranged, most convenient ami handsome honors In town the new residence on Main street Jut completed by Mr. J.N.Danta la offer ed for sale In another column, ami we are told that It ran be iHirrhascd at a eery reasonable price. The lot contains all Ibe necessary outhouse, a large garden, a pump of ginl water, ami la situated In good neighborhood, where property la dally Increasing In value. Wrsren A Er HTARroRii om WiitrLa. ana requenl us to call attention tn a car load of the Webster Farm and rrrlght Wagon Just received by them, These Wag on, are handsome, durable and of light draft. Rath one of I hem la provided wllh Bile attachment, Ihe celebrated Iruaa-ro- d thereby rendering the breaking of atlea almost an luijusisibllity. Krery one is ful ly warranted. Price aa low aa any first claaa wagon ran be sold. IJIwral discount will be lo dealers. Any wholesale price dnplicaled by the firm of Weeren A Erana. l Clint Taylor a prominent stock dealer ministration of every president of Ihe Block Fair commences nest WeJnesdsy, n tr our lion, wllntsed every great political ron- Angtuta, Oa., ami well-Inn- s the 3M Jay of ftepttmtier, and ronllnnea Kentucky traders, died suddenly last week. fllct since Ihe Ilevolatlon.noted Ihe rrualL till Friday efcnlng. President Jarroan of ihe country end tke progress of society The corn crop of the United Stilra nay lha eihlbillon will l Utter than ctrr years, ami wllh a clear, lo the CommlMlnner of Agrlcnltnre for nearly nfnely before, and proml-e- a your full money's logical al Washington aa 11 per rent, tif a full illnrriminaling,memory, mind and peculiar He Inillr nil worth. white crop. drew Instruction ly retentive persona lo attend. A Dr.T. B. Monlgomery sold lo Thompson from everf year of Mapllgrimage. fanner, n respected gentleman, a Fai.mkci LrArr. With the near ap. A Marks 4 small old mules al an nnoMimlre Christian, a pmach of Anlnmn, the sere and yellow and 100 sheep loC V.I). Stout al $2.15 trusted sage, kind father, a steadfast friend, he wrnt learra remind na nf the decay nf nature aa rcwt. down to death Willi no regretful lingering they fall and pas away upon the streams. BULL. A. M. Feland Is slitl standing for earth and in bright anticipation of They also remind us of the coming on of hla bull, 1lh Duke of Oxford, at and $.', the great hereafter. The funeral service cool and frosty days, when we will need all that ever bred lo him are able lo pay were conducted at the 1st Presbyterian warmer clothing. If you will go lo Hay. their taxes. Church, Danville, on Sunday afternoon, by den Urothrra', they will sell yon what yon James Paxtnn, Trustee for Wm. Burton, Rev, Mr. Oreen, the pastor, and Ihe body want at your own prices. oflera for sale funr fine farms ami three deposited In the Cemetery at thai place. n A TrMrrRAxiiK Will tracts of Inoli land. Read "ad." In anLincoln County commencing Cotinrn Fair, The 0 It. JMMfTIALB 2l fc KlilJ noMKArrAtni, Rrrminrr MAKSCIULL BUPTjEY, nif f Dtutitrrar. jviKrttoiXyvrvr it The WHIImantlc spool I bread, the beat in America, used and recommended by every Sewing Machine Co, sold by us. Still they go West 1ml provide themselves with one of onr Indistrnrtahleilnc A Trnnks, They are a terror In the baggige smasher. OP LONG EXPERIENCE, rs orciiEP flral' Wrar, In tUti tailors at.,. Splendid Stack of Foreign & Demestic Cloths & Casslmercs, KnIUMe far First nf the season Just received 8,000 yarda cf Hamburg lMglnga and Inserting. OLD MATHENY Call and examine them, and you will find that they are aheaperthan ever before. STAND, COR. MAIN & S8M ER3ET STS.. STANFORD. - other column. ltrKtnnrv Ntatton, PrRoAi, Mis Carrie Collier, of Lou- Mnllle MiCar At Coney Island to-dthr, carrying III pounds, Bromide 101, lavillc, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. II. C race Jones. Mlaset Hannah Fair and Kalte and Fnrlnna 101, will rnn a McKlnnry are vlslllng relative In Netajn for a mre of county. a row which his Parson Watdrn haa CapU W. "3. Oeorge received serious never given birth to a ralf, but gives the wouml at the heel of a vleloua horse last enormous yield of fonr gallona of milk per week. He has not been able to leave bl day, Lancaster Visitor. room aince. Ilia giiesla are entertain!, In Ambrose Young, of Fayette, soil to W. the meantime, by the poll I O. Redman W. Baldwin, of Meon county, SO extra Hughe. old mare mules, at 1140.60 per The Rev. Mr, McNeily and family, of olds at $110 each. head; also 8 Houston, Texas, are spending a few weeka Cerro (iordo Williams, onr U. H. Sena, with A. B, McKlnney, Emi. He la a man tor, sold his tobacco crop In Clnclnatl a of rare talent and aland high aa a divine few daya ago at a price that averaged In the Presbyterian Church. Being by no $107.60 In Ihe hogshead and $217.73 lo Ihe ueana afflicted with lliose ceremonial prejuacre. dice peculiar to high church men generCorn la being engaged In Ihe field In Jes al If, heaeema at home and happy with all ho love Ihe cause of Christ. Hi samine at $1.2-- s per -.- reel. A Bonrlnn leo farmer sold hla crop Just before llie recent sermons at Ml Salem on Sunday last were earnest and searching, ami were gladly re rain al $2, ami now think he haa a fur tune, ceived by all who heard. To speak of hla Mr. Ed. Carter haa lurched hi wheat, charge In Honalon, we call Ihem bleovd. and finds that that portion not damaged by It ta gratifying to know tkal our c 111 lens the hail last Spring average 36 bushel lo have so judicially considered the propriety the acre. of erecting a house fur school and church Tl.e Oat Is Brother hoaght II fat nmlrs purpose. While no denomination hare last Momlay at an average of about $30. thought themselves strong enongh to build They wero No. 1 mule and measured from and support a church of their own parlicu- IS) to 111 hands high. Somerset Re- ular faith, all have agreed and liberally porter. subscribed to build a bonne primarily for Geo. W. Altird will ship to Alabama to. Ihe benefit of a school, but at Ike name day, a car load of hone mutes, which ta time targe enough lor church purpose. Ihe firat full car load el the kind ever ship-pe-d The lot la secured by deed of gift from from this place. They ai 10 hands Richard Ree, deed, and the only aolicllooa feature In the arrangement of the matter high ami cost from $72JW to $100. now la the alow action of the building comAt Ihe Combination Block Sale at Danpush Ihe work through. ville Friday, Robt, McAlister purchased, mittee lo ago a yenng man by the A for $28, the fine Cotawold buck, "Waddle," Imported by the PeytonaCo., and told to name of Jerry Atchison came near being Norlh-boun- d freight engine, Ooddard, of Mercer, for $160. J. E. Farrli killed by the bought a ewe of the name breed and Impor while in a slate of Intoxication. It la a remarkable that drank men hare aueh in tallnn for $12. Ptriuc Balb. A. M. Fehuul propose atinctlve railroad obligallona. Whether to sell at public auction, on Thursday, Sep- they wish to associate with big men and tember 18ih, 1879, aoma CO or 70 head of big things, or otherwise, to wreck a train Cattle of all age, and most of them thor with theiralmlghly bodies, we can not aay. ough-breAlso 8 or 10 head of florae, Any way, this young man wa thrown wllh other property. Bill wllh particu- from Ihe track against a pile of rock.whlch came near taking Ihe whole scalp from hla lars next week. head. He la recovering, under the treatA cablegram aaya that from ad rice re of Dr. Williams, and promise him ceiicd from many portion of England ll ment self that he will drink no more. We hope la generally accepted aa a mettled fact that he ia sincere. Ihe harvests are Irretrievably rained by bad weather. With the J?ri0fewiiina Mitt our abundant crops, thta la bound to put- Ifreportaaretrne, we will have a wed- the balanre of trade decidedly in onr fa- ding In thta neighborhood Tight aoon. If tlmea are hard there la no longer any lw the Will ftaf naail Vfialfn alAat.i Ileal Mntitirr. wmt Bnranfro excuse for yon wearing that old shabby ICrpnlrlHic Ncnllj llonc hat. New ami elegant tlock In wool and Fur Hals of the vrry latest styles, and at price toTnale a mm feel Dial lime are better. Our trade the tat season In Boys and Children 'a Clothing wa so satisfactory that w determined to atock tip early. We received last week a nice assortment of Clothing for boy for Fall wear. As the time ELEVATOR Is now opon ns, provide for Winter your tiny with Rood, warm clothing, llirv fvflllafnrdon. ihImi ui-i- hHIhichhiI n.i THE IMPROVED MAYFIELD chl WATER a PURIFIER It haa been the talk all Hummer that woolen goods would be higher Ikla than they were last Fall, I!rlievlog this we bought early In July a targe-Jlorof Jean of the very best brands, and will l able lo sell at at low prices aa they have been sold al fur 20 years. Our judgment waa right, the same goods are- - now worth In thr city from lo 6c more per yard than when we bought. u 2e For the next forly days, we propose to make a price on our clothing that will sell them If tines are bard, a there (snow a vrry large force of workmen engaged In making up a atock for ua for the Fall and Winter, we must make room for them. So don't look alrabby anr longer, when so little money willdrj-- you like a Prince. 3r$H 5B purify Uio foulest well or cistern. Wiggles, worms or water lico can not live In wells or cisterns wlicro this Elevator is used. Makes good water Letter. Can not possihlj' freeze up. Never requires any priming. No aaH&T wood or iron tnLIng to wear out aMH9HHifl. or get out or repair. Will last ten years. A child nHBMrTaraHaj can draw water from a ilfty-fo"Will well. It. t TUTTS PILLS! TORPID LIVER TORPID LIVER. jitkn llie OTE AREN t EVANS, jn.g;eiitf;v WT hJi FIRE CLAY CHIMNEYS OR FLtfES t Are miicli cheaper limit brick mill much lighter than brick mill are therefore better for j l7 lines, much .safer than .small brick WJrk TUTT'S PILLS Nl al ai TUTT'S !( ilo .! running flues from ?! tll 1r fl says - (, li floors, mill for small houses the very H thing. Any car'nenter or ordinaB H? ry lucchaiile can set them up. For Salo by WEAKEN & EVANS, AIUb C. BBENiVER'ftJ I IK TUTT'S PILLS, Stanford, XCy. v J KENTTUCKY ART DISTRIBUTION !! lrrr i Every Sharo a Prize,. and Positively No Blanks! XsOTTISVIXiXiB, ,.. CXii".S'1w"'" OCTOBER 18,1878. nooK.KumuMa Penmanship! wvi., 1MK9C FOll ItENT.'I'AKBf gOjaiIil31 Ik"a"?. a ron fr ........ M li)acu - !. ib.. P,.OrJ.lla4...rtriaJf. ..!. " .,,.." wirn;u. .quomaitvn ' t i liaiitsli'i L nrlikjajwiaftaT. tui --V r pm mm W r !l&ftt" S lAW, at wiito ' & Tjfeg .B-u- r ' V ' k V . niiiniuns. Ml on l. itrtM.iM'oi, . .M.iiifir.v. . t .11 ' ifoir llif fountru Krrmt Ir n .Veir t "P'-ini- . nniwrrci ami u and "at- Inrv Jiienriif.?ioir ciir,r. anee sflht he wl gian Malti Hlns cted. Prof. HtHiifttnt. Mk SThft Iu thi" enuntry, nnf would not ex SDUTHDM 111 enough as a , sf rae rrun irlres fit ilT.TI.I.rtl., her nethod of teaeliing In- -' some of the members were lwld .. fiUIncd pect In find nny city m t. rrt.. l.il in M.lnt.la lli. . nirn nhlnlnni lin that the aspect of tho fields and woods s fifimals (nrmrrlr owi.-- I HatlM hymhl Ihe ! TJ HsVisl Mw sli ! r BUMMKIt HGIIi:i)UIsK. Iff Mta. llrss,wr "- - mkeT.al sllllnie unfamiliar tn tho most jwverty-stricke- n all asaMlraeal M MIIIHiFTr o.ol- - " 4. ISO III inn cuunnviifcf t"1" , . rpstnsal lit"!fl.. Ml V.nn.. t n.4nil.1imttllrl tllO- ii HB 1m ftiMrul .1 Rye, . . II Hi Y. ng l.vcry WhflM.I i hioumi I. of lis Inhabitants, ,Ti,iona ami w shki Friday Morning, Angnit 20, i "N asl-i- r saas Hone? ia IN EFFECT APRIL 27lhf 1879. Prof. Vanco tenchers of llockcasllo on their grnue city Iras its parks and Kpiares, with llsx. - Icr. t.3crit in this grade. . . Tsssi r i'ie im fjj JaM mrl.i-- 1 a Hire M K llll.lwsis nnl I suit Htw attHt rot, P - ' ipiaiiiienuon, nitu lennrrm i" ' " follago nnd llowcrs; the people nro WMsiaw !t M " f Ml lloillsthen disciifsol niap-ilrawki trih-- ' mmTii-iwr- t -J Wtintttntt l1 .I- - r tiesifi, .,1 a.. farewell. 3 ,r f tt. ri l. who who nro KM,tl Iff lie.Nr) Tlwmat canI tho uta of "sonarc. or any feeling motinn of Ham M. Hurdctt, the migratory, nnd Otesti. tan sirs a - rf- - .,,. . ilencsaiusi mi f ..klal day. On H.m nn, an haiwt HBHtK. i nlth tw. .rsl "O ' ' .. awiust IOtii nrurr draiTiffM navo iiiiiumcmoio ex modo given in tho text lxiks. other esf. k.... it- - (al, dwHuti ( t.leiCaU U rst i.n, r fr' i zrz f rsxaih iMistii -l Hut the f4, Tt. rn.iitiinmnrcnrtl ntllio Court' Actual meaiurcment on tho map ami following resolutions were unanimous. cursinns within their reach. h", ' slileif aat rul 107 Fettrth Atobuo, w-i tVssi ll"i II Man !" .'I tm' called Iv adopted CXZ !.( 1 ftffiir rllrtll m Jr.flfisws.nl. Wr. life of the very poor falls In a groove, SSSarn Il7pai 7 ' I'. .. I milnrlUis drawing the outline on tlio btacltlionrd iroiw, Ml. Vcmon, nnd win . r, sl MfVr. rr- ... sr as a pa tsa ia iMMfftll. ., we rireiM miriltrs a KEMTUOKY. .l Kmttfi, Tint UmilTIssIsS, if - I 'Hts . -- h i i I he if sat mi t Hw'aMi'gitfW ass am order by Dr. .1. .t. "rovrn, Comr., wcromnicicnt. . J. m out Jnf which their feet do not often .1 to CC I U "' ansa, sas . II ii.. t2T C; tt llns; heartily In favor i.f Twin-..- ' I"'-loir!" laltHfM. C3 (i lirior owning Unlera tlio parka aro in their ltA ' '' ' AITKIINOON. who delivered It as am 1st an SSS Ivllttlr that br nnw ( lln stray. "m WmM WIS ass SSS iw Ar I sefaml enrolled: imlire I bat ike b laleat r own neighUirhood, they do not visit r TaWf.T W"t Tho subject of intermediate reading i.iw.1. n..t k Tlic following mcmlicr. were Snhl..n. The tMclisr IISiKni Trl,wl llreorBMl re rnitnl me MMles wn an.l ORAVS srKCIFIC MEDICINE, IR MMVIMa U ..... V. I Jones, 1BAINH HM'TM.ntHKlls. Ih Vanee, was first in tho order of oxereiM. The ,.ul.l iLj Mnf nntrnTAl IMfllwN of them; the least costly nl excursions, W'Wsl.whSte lo.l I ' T. II. C it:.. r IRADfMSRK.A I Utile Soiwr, T I. r . lui. Sf Klla Lawaon, pupil shoiiMl) giwn short tftiln; Hl.lie lnleret analrrml In provided by managers In search of nr P"r tsar)!; Www rHJW MW Kr"-riiii- i 9itf SMI Mall lMltlS '-'-' ' Maltia Lewi, M tlio sub It t'.iwmon Srlwobi, an. I the oiflinn are profit, aro too costly for them; ami In Alice Lewis, , Ho should first iinderslnnd m .i .n- . . lif Georgia llsnnell, m TIT sin mi tttrttntittt, ftllc rtetlioram, aroiitd In a ntntr b lermlnul rtormnce all large cities there is nil increasing f a Sr) a Hi WesMlna TrmiMnins assl Mnwml.it; Ihiini.a.rISVpai a fn t i It I ject. Ho must bo taught correct pro- r W. V. Hays, Ar i.r.irtrisa laeaaa, astpin nasi Mary E. IImuwII, lir.hr. .llillniaiw rnMP. nnoi s.p- Ihrlr tlrtltV m All erwsl, ..II si rrrallT nil rst ' UllatrMl class imprisoned in allejs nnd tene- IWen, slHm tees II la si. Ilapts If'im nunciation, tlio meaning of every wnnl A.T. Fish, J Thai a.. t'Vxr.rT I.M Is .'sssar v tniils-T, J. Itajea, a. II " lis. o.'gJ.ir It iimhIi tr Rire " "'"- ments, to whom l.i ess tsrl II a s Is f there is an unknown WImI, retl Martin Itinie, " latllle, in tho lesson, aud good delivery. 1 lie .J.,l , lUt l ,r Slalp "ImmiM T.i"Wkeal. stUle Jaa. 1". Nltbols ' lisn.llk. J.tKl . ii ..i .. .. . . . IITpai " But jo Taking Aftr isr" sin a in Is spelled, .,1"l.1',1'V After Taking. A. I Hnnl, '" region dimly characteriicd ns "ihe lift .. diflicult words should then j. m. nuwii, aar.ai imii far llic (.mfrwii'iHil hiik-i' rwnrnies .. IHI- Iiiiar Dial an I lt.si - reJohn l'.Uliop, iTctunt an.1 tnlhloewl we Kannls Mulllna, "" country." (sirTswriiisi. ... r..nsiimi.il.Mi .Ibir after which the pupil should sii.i misimir rtr to HevnoIJa, Mwol, j Jesse r.hh Tmi,, s. I nta lull isirii. Misr. latmr iMrti.r II.-sUlllamai fllri Hta issn.lr Llitle Klihfn, 111(411. Kill. The ideas of wlut the country is, HiJ quired to tell tho story in his own the wtablld.mentof.a.XnrniaJ SSsetl-tIIW I. f drl . lo sritl I'P. I r lii.il I., err? H. R Storrs, lr.lKlll.r.ll.s Mlrrssasfi r, wild. si III A asssr Iw rvnlmllr.1 hf the Wilr, U twntial, Miee Hn.n James l'inr, reit, WMIlr er.ia. MnluiMisMllit allilrriaal.Hal s. ir irsla iaM Issataviwa, Hy such means language. W T. C II possessed by the children taken tu ..r IU isr s. r.1 lr R'r.Ssr llssnsl H. II. Mtlln, MtstHiM Jaarlkm allk S. That ,..,k... i .lar-- Sski.i.1 t e l.iartll thank l'rof. W I Allen, I A N II It Mr. 8. II. l.M Si Iissll. JtMsllM siHri li II nsii i 'we rion.. t r.irT-.sults Could be obtained. In would be amusing, were it ii'it for KIM lll.lMIlt R II. Conn, XI. 11. IVllorJ, Vni.v. t.( Carlisle, fur Ms nf tl a S4sst, Craairrrksr-- I. UillniUli, Urnss- niL i.im mi nn 1st iii M In !., hir. Pl.b 1sts..ir Ml. "I've lieen to 'the coun Martin then told how ho taught Trac- ..... ...l.l.t-f- ,.r I.Uablv Ifclnre nn "TI" their pathos. .11 J W VanWinlle, Alrm Jones, ill. ai.u S'l' " Train N I rssiBs.Ss al ItMSlNe Jnftrltasi allh ....l ' I. followed in discussion Future Teacher," anl fnrtlieccllcitrcn. try' before. Mv p once took mo to A....I. J. Brannman, J. B. V. Handle, tions. He was laMraLU H H. reaas MMSWa. I rsh in s rhsr.1. 1 Ulnailraa, IssanMef aasl RlrkamHl al am nnu ntuADLCi siln Henry Wood, W. R French, Iratas raaw 11 Im he by Prof. Vance, J. V. Hrowii, T. V.. Ullon of the literary selections nitli ldrh Jersey City," said a little girl, as sho lslaausi ailr am ulu K. P. Han-el- l, Is. Ml msSla.ae alllarllHsMI Ilk all4 na.1. hi' meth. L. I. JaDleS, Uurr and others. Prof. Vanco spoke he ha. refratnl ua, WrnininwiMl l""'- - 'Ve was on the point of leavinc New York. IDa. HixroRn'e Liven IicnooiuTonS .Il.jlnl. (I.IM 1..lsl Haaa r.e.Wil Is MTRSANDDEALERSIN 11. J. White, I atslhe Ureal it I tl" H. I. Oirena, era Ike 0.1 i.f teaclilnir, Wllf f iK $ Standard Family ltemc.1T for said another, with a "So llk trains on on "Corporal Punishment." In bit mtBay'V--.'-- . Train No a ranaerls al J. II. Vanhook, lnfille.l by ll' burst havel," and when sho was nsk. -aMS s4 Ml M.' H T K Ilotr, hate been of the Liver, Htomseh, Hltl.lrnllk HI I ABls.sisl-- 1 Iraaa Isnrl.iiiu of pride, opinion, It should never lie rerlcii I. Iralna Una, ami an.1 e W.M. Hajen, W A. n. DutIs Imtrortion he ba i;len n, ed what country, she answered. "Ire- to. In a experience of loiirleen ) ears lUchard C. Myers, trains rpninitnerxl lilm to the iwl'le ," u "'-(- rt I). Mulllna, T Scwnrrl.at llssln lr.l.N. I.I! II, rrarklns! rrMkar.1Mka IS A M isksMS aval KiUmiifn M .ea. rvant alia II1 Jarvla J. Urown, in the school room as teacher, he bad Kciitiick aselMil.irof the hlnliot ra.le, land," proUbly from tho fact that she W (. Mnllln, ' - ,- i- Mafa. U.. al lsa.ks.IIU II IS A M , an.1 Ilk trains in In .fl ..I nrntmr, man M iswa i rtttk riM"tT fnxsa mn.tiilira.JMI mmIim Lucy M. While, ."S I . .Wtfi mWrnW ba.1 bearil ll -.- iv.tfn nf liv l.pr lairoutal S .. genlleman, ami ns .k(..J I It. K. 8nolfcrM, never inflicted it but once, and he a an sW m 4l as rl , lasjls. t . ' 4 sa.sf.fs.Ifcswmvmm, 4t Ms stMi4 an usu. II llllmeanjhmnr aiinIHkrn. tfcsi H.aV j .... , n.kler 5iiinanicnn.i tatv . mrr .t :;i Ssl A. (. Well. ..artsx MsMMMSl PJ... WMM ."n -- r rasi Is. noma i nf anj rnrsinnj ltt "Icaclier ! teacher.," wllli.ml a suiri-runco neyonu JTonfo. as "the old country. had ever regretted that. IWalisn Hhanlrstn IHlV4trl.l1si'l of The. following persons were elected -lli 4. Tint to Mr. Thoina. M. TMtrhei, I" all rsslnls AW. Tl.l cteC. the city, and among the fields and jTUYy EvnMMi. "THE PRIVATE MEO10AL AbVISER" mi and tn kansns isns t'ilr, we return our .rolounl hills, their interest and wonderment honorary mcndicr: Tho exercises Iiegnn with music and M (Ifft1, UflWrisirs, MstI. rWi, VMa- - It InnMntnOwn asflr In tMaWlbs ! I. ! UllmlN l iA. a "' lln.l.rticlllon In our were unlxnimlnl. "IIow nicely tho igw i Jlpat1iajMrhiM,IUir-Mf.- riaa T. M.Thalrhet.' ' re Ural Thtri 1.1 J K Miliary, m. i naicncr men thanV. f.irhl' As a prayer. .Mr., nV riler and reciter of '.MSCtlltrtMl.S.I i Main Street. - Stanford, Ky. Kst... a saa.l.t. rit . i . sl . -' at C- IWaWftse 'mmi '(a4 SlMI ninilill Ki Mta J W. Drown, M. K. Moore, s. enti- proccclinu. selifllon rend in a happystylo "Who's us with hills go tip I" said one U.y. a l t Ii it at M' literature, he has furni-lie- il rt" choice ,0 (.Vila I). Adams, let. ti Mi fcaai Ham M. lSimlrtl, ii . . Jft U , It taaf, ' W tled, "Tho Spanish Duel." Mr. Sam Intellectual lreal of tlie flrt cla. lee.l wetting this grass ?" aske,! lo.MHi.Nsr.o ri.Tii: Kannle William', Jflile Dntten, "MCDICAL ADVICE." M. Hurdctt delivered nn address of ilew. "Is , J- -5. That much nf lite iiece"of our s other, as he felt the morning Clara Whitehead, oftiP? 0 0,t'',, I s - Manlio.s.1 Jacl Kedd, 10 WommJ,esssstaia '' asj at,, ' ' IW.. aMsMiifis.a. ll. Tsa) !( forty minutes on the subject, "Dues ,io imw ab.Mil to cloe is due to the t.title Tliein(nnn. ss, Satlle Whitehead, it real I" said a third, as he felt q, aa last f KM IlIaMMIItMia, raaasrwutsj MMI s4 aa Sclin..! Com'r, Bal a 41a taMIa rvt.i't t,lll afalaflB Haa Thatcher m lawn: nnd when be was convinced 'tojMjT Wo will Itcop for unlo a full t,M iWI mmt IrW .at Maiwat fa UMaaWil tiahs lamftraa.a On motion nt'S. H. Mar.in, S. P. Rlucalion KducatoT Mr. esi. ,,e'f,, J PmI aMIsawH. Ml i, J. I!rwn. Kur his long an.1 fiilb-fil- l J. tJMW tasBSI raV4 a.i.asvrl tlt,t ftfa-- t If tk V UAILHOADMNK. Wl w a reciteil "Olhello's Apology," and Prof. lr. service in the nt, lie should always of its genuineness, ho threw himself fMstrtaaaM4 Oncns was clcclcl Isecretarr ujr fs taw lino ol tlio abovo hooiIs, all AatlaHaT M ftat ua t ta mtW at sa4taJ rsfm vll fusaa 1 . a)al l aaj ta.4 a4 aaJaa frsMI a..Vp''5'm l'rof. T. II. C. Vance read n selection entilltd, "The 1 held in khhl reroenibrancc by gralcfnl uKin ll, and rolled over it and over it' J unauiiiimnus vote, W lata J ml Ha THUNIiM'INu liantl-ninrt- o tf"mi large and of tlio bent - t BHB laafatJlli It - itdeai tsfti m laa ?mmmi at V Is- -r t0 (tf Lj 4la masiMifas) boil freshness M)le Tiki much .raiw eaiwot U ji'cn again. Every obji-c- t Vance, of Carlisle, Ky , who linJ liecn Creed of the Hells." There was a I nails rmill awplsSs Vmtmmm . vfi a aaw I ititt ria.l I i h I skHMaaslMl ix imhHsjImmi nm j M hrr ffmtfrtf selected tn conduct the proceedings. nud appreciative ninlience, and the lilm for the able nnnner in which he his and Inlcrmt to them. Occasionally j jS material. S miJ (.Malt SNWHe'isI Kaasal M'ri AM' lm Malta' l M t kVrtaMa. 4 I ff rlUha.-- J itsrRMrf,M ever ilMiargcl the iliilles t his position despite j best of order prevailed. an incident became laughable, liegan tlio exercises by n discussion of 'vTe r,',8Vo04 jtHiMlf t AGENTS msrUiJ. " rri.UfeN-Dftlr- i. tl. That we Iwlietc every teiclier shoal.l I ft. am tJtlMMat.. v aaaV. fl hi n Tiitnu rAYtoiaisn. Me la all r'-the pitiable ignorance that led to it. , "The alphabet aud how to teach it," 0,rV( 5 1 f,--"' 1 M I ibnrrkMi A ih school irio.lical . lilt I, wlUlaw , tiM.atxir-.. sal imi.ii B h ti am triea Music, Prayer by KMer M. H WnsnhHcrllwr losoine asl . ."I Several children at a village in New 5 which was subdivided ami treated as .siCetV 5 ' t ' Nl Tm Such a joiirn-i- l often heliwl.lm In the soln rtlhllV111 f A class exercise was then llMlf ... crniission to play Phonics, word, sentence and iloaie. Jmirlllf follows: tion of ililEciiltie ami affords imicb 'rac-ti- dl York, asked for II i 9W 1V( iillli1iiiUkliiilMl'r'nlr. V" 1 I - f iii PROK. HARRIS' RADICAL CURE as treated nt given In Grammar. "Parsing Is the We talc plensnre In with the chicken coops, nnd, althoughi obicct. This subiect Instruction. ' tr iWttm. II I SS fll way to reconiiiierklin stills iit-n- t in" r lug In our line TOR SrERM VTORRIIffiA. criterion. The onlv mt owl .vml IS ,tV V .LV..SJ! Iko .llmMlnlt r.r SliS. nllieL Atl 11 SB Ar 1 dial in Umtmm . somo length, and the conclusion seem lit .TV .U.''' sjsm Bill - W II Im .s... II " UmlMMll Jrihas V n lr'- sits Is to mtrrn Journal if Wutatmi, publUbcd al z n K t.s.tl illk.kf.li li. An i.ii..lltl.'i- - III h sa could not lw understood by the farmer IM " ed general that the object method ol judge of n sentence's correctness SEMINAL PASTILLE" I ciliicn a. snee, uurr, nrown, u.v IxinisTiIlc,as linx one of the li.M..fy parse it. teaching the alphabet is tlio tiest. the desired consent was given. Tho Jl'-pA- , n coiiiu-.- - ., ..h.. ..ts.I a laMMrilM ! MilW tmn nir iiii ntsjr i j Livers Ij more lliim iiiinricr oi s vis, and others, followed in discustlon, tional journals in the South. vim tl.. an S'Sb Invif-orato- rJ playfellows cauio liack iu a little J'.qP iBfinW. sr MlitailWa I H a .It I. Ilka .pasjlf the Rood iwili-o- f Ml r In our IiicIiu-.- h ciiiilili'-- ii- l W awl Hnn, I4.ni litaltt s4 lilnain. nllk Msnrs mm m Kjm Arithmetic was next 7. That we tlunk AFTEnNOON. hi innviaed I bsm at i Intermediate while, and it was evident that chicken- - 5 vad InaaMIVaaslnjrlnxarM. InantoSls.llln. UNaiaMVl ,.,, it,,. IWMMM Vernon for Iheir kimlneis to us while in 1 1 Krs, lias been nsedj ' s an, .... .....a f Ir hailfal-IJj- j Mis3 JIaltio Lewis and T. E. Burr treated by Prof. Vance. In this grade t MM ifnissninsini nl in mv practice iu ww, W la) Paxil hn.lai si lUlf r n Is, Msfls. NSH..III. ..I their uiiiht, for their alUnlanrv at our wt coops as a sou rce of pleasure tun ! a. - mm I 4sspllsMtftal IA tnamnsssllnln nmnl. M lsnns.Uln.niik and by tho public, J iorIi. A clnss-ilrt- ll litm- - not mils anal Mis should ho taught. As few fions, ami fur (lie Interest they have Iwn a s.a.lls- - in llinir nstimnf i.in. When , rutWaV. a i .i.M were aniK)inted critics. AM Kuslk sml n--l I. I I, K M.N. tal m!sIm, H--more than 33 Teani,J , M t I H R M.i.n, I snl snj Wesl UraHllf. la. aM ll stllst. in nhoiiics was then civen by Prof. Biuret as iosible should lie tnade on iilefiiHil to manifest in our work. a reason was sought, one of lie chi. In Mil," tint nro lii'ro unit t'tiii'l miriwcJcnto.1 rulUJ I S. That Tm: iNTtaioit Jou.naL Vance, and iiarticinaled in by mem- - slate. Let the pupil solve problems TailhnoiHtsomil til ilrcu explaineil that the Hies "lilt too SEND FOR CIRCULAR' U'l 1111:13. lli n lull. to inibllsh thc-- e iimceeilinir", ami hers of tho Institute, many of whom, by analzing them, carrying tho re Imiit a further investigation . JS.T.W.SMFORO, M.D.,l??SaKWTi laulr for hard." and on b a .hy Kl ns,rnl lt.n..nl iI.k Sfc'r ilirrdeil lo fiirni-Jnnel, la- iw Amm at ..... .irJA..r.n.A.l !. il.A Vl.ivnv.. l for tho first time- apparently, filled sults iu his mind. in aatsatira, mill TtLtTocilitrrrtsTioi. .V 4 fcaWB,sAr ...t It .H3 ,,I.U illl. llint imriose. 4 r. p n. I . waabnl ta their lungs with air. Primary Head- in s l.i aitei:soon. .' S .nlsa .. isfnieinsnsisinmsifen IrsklUcnnrJ . m On motion of V. A. II. Davis, the cuojiswi'rr the bee hives, the inmates H.irsl .W. . MM.S W.a Sw,4 s I. Prof. Vance talked of "The Ibuli-raent- s ing was then treated under the topics: ItoM. .M. tSf ll.tanrsSnn a" " IsanM name of Sam M. Ilurdett was inclu- of which had severely opp.wed the .. : L.. .a I.fw,sm. ,..,. .. Ir UKI.- -I Pronouncing words on sight; the pic of Music." It u .wnti.illy imIkn. n Dr. Drown exeriiiieuts made nps u tbein. ded in tlio ttli Crab Orchard Springs, .. . 1'.ws-tMs1. nsnV al HkhnMsml. nlta a...i rnsraMsn t... ture; tho sentence ns a whole; natural portant that an occasbmal lewnn should then gave the teachers somo parting day Alteruoou. ll.lnr, a. tones; drawling, aud pronunciation. hogiven in vocal music. The singing counsel, and the Institute luljourueil f tours raufoiiiif I'l'tfitrleres. I'DI.I.Ml.N It I. CiltS. By tho uso of the first and second brinks the monotony of the school t WEFK, I'EU .... -- WI1HOIT iHllill. .J. Hiiown, (.'Ii m n, sine di't. Tho term "genteel people" this, TKKMS ' SM methods, a child may bo taught to room, nud brings a clitvrfiilnei in its Arc rua ttwnH lDlwmtl.a, O anil Nen M. P. Ovvunh, Siv'y. IS. Nn I Uflnuii. via MIMDi CilsalKHall and Nash-Tlllthat, or tho other is "very genteel" ( read, although it has not learned the stead. Writing wa then discussed. 815 I'EK MONTIJ. lufn.llls nn.1 Nn.ti.Hlei InnM.trilln auJ MOHtrOHtnrTi lxsls villa arul l.ltllo are tcTuis not tu lw used, or very selthe l.lHkCrlOJiain. iutu alphabet. Arithmetic came next un To teach this the black-lxmrllio"Cort-land- " lloek, m Mernphlai I'ihr' fVt.. TliU cnt rcni-oapndom. Sulrslituto for them such words buldt.TeHn. arc important rul- der tho following heads. Figures,' name; slato and noto-lxxi- k and healll-jiii- ii This r.'or'. Perhaps ihere is no place in the rinlforni .Sprloj- - AVne. "good nccomplidied," InrlnnnnMllnr. atsnrl 11.1. kin llwnll. ksn-saas "highly addition; subtraction; multiplication,. joncts. Every scptenco written Jiy niih itwrmsed attractions, is now et n on, Ricry atrllitli. alrong nnd I I .ti.ls. Al much for lulurnln, nS f Mismnl HnlM world whero )nu can gel mi A. iOlslv "A I taste," gentlemanly," etc. It is tiot r lis"hi It sss, A. , aMr.n anJ piepared to aociuviJatc' .cu" t n comfortable wacnn for fnrrn. and divisionProf. Vauctf demonstra the pupil should be severely criticiseil CO.MF'C CHEMISTS HARtllS RZMCOY I'aM nml n. 1.1 St OvmI your money as nt tikes leal., i lie well for a lady to say "yes, air," and suuerior stvle.aud no effort will hi- - -- par ern'niio. CnpncltyforoaBtoalx Marks! ssd IU Sis. lnnl.,illn K. ST. LOUIS, MO. was ted very dearly bow tho fundamental by (ho' teacher, -- llio ipjerry-Niaccnt of this knoll Is full of pleasing Jnnt tho thins; for ud to aJJ to tlw r wjujaiout or rum. art. persona. "no, sir," tu n gentleman acquainrules ofihis science might bo success- - then opened, and the rcpouc3to the pen no. incidents, rain, snow, hail, and thun- comfort nt xninll ex SI 11 1(0 IkllllMv TAKE TUE tance, or frequently to' introduce the fully taught to tho very young begin Interrogatories, found there were inBond I'of Catiiluifiio. lcr in fact, no pnini are spared to 1, xto-t-ott- , word "sir" nt tho end of her senten An euvllcnt Memphb Band n ui-i- -i ners by tho ' Jret liietlmd ami withoyt structive' aud amusing. After tho make the climb an incident that is II. IjOUISVUX, HI. S o BcU Awu, text-bookanil in ad Jitlen to the tkocc every . ces, unlets she desires) In bociciiiling Grammar was then treat querrics were nil auau'end, tlio critics The latest attracnever furgotteu. Ilt'V seiisc of magnificent hill, will fie correc"ffon-,Dt'riee''jIi- ; reM'rvcil towards the person with ly ed; Oral work', made their repoJt mid the Institute Till tion that has licen added to tho de given during the Season.' ouch wnnls whom sho is conversing, Under tho adjourueil. ootrtpi lights of this hill is a stroke ol lightcmsAL F.OUTE easi: beatl'pr ofel work; lH teachers, were guess." "I calculate," and "I as ua.1 THE GENUINE SINGER di a ul -- to Anoihcr-largo audieuco assembled ning to encourage tho tourist. A tem- reckon" are to be avoided as much as The water, the ivus, the prom, urrtd. never id alfoMf ahy errtir in the fare are all that could he ilcirt-.l- , auJ ' ntlsj-- JI n nut in- - ;'wu Tassii Jt?'!.'" !' at 8 o'clock. Mrs. perance lecturer was jogging upward possible, and when relating a conver sr.ii - at tho Court-hous- e SMth'oJmmittsiU'itir jrt I bo schoola visitor will not want for iinjl .jn.. nt l.SUTO. U.II.TIMUKK. MILIUM nut a c'oujilo of mils ugo. Knowing that d to pass Thatcher read a beautiful Velectiosi room or on the sation, it is scarcely refined to uso the oramusommt. AMI I UNA", i" TKl:t hit. ,uKlulli id) amount of cold water would affect Above cnt klioivs tlir Alio of ll.tMII.lh, n.ll.UdH A'ir.snXi' hy the from "ifother CliuZilcwit." Professor unnoticed And uncorrected expression "sajs he," or "snys she," , (', XM.lfHIKi, UILMIMITU. fl.tho "JACKSON" I'arni War, 'Vance Qeliverod an iiistriicti'elittiire a cold water man in the least, tho old or "you know." Interrupting one who A liberal dweoul.t to the citi teacher. .Iff tho discussion of tlyincit uoll'Mumt, IH.IHI.UTTK III l cola OoDiitr. on.Tflth tlioTrniMiirKtronirtli llis deliv mountain tumid on its electric bat is speaking, even though it lie an mil luHT, VHIMlhtTUX, .11 HC.sr I topic, .UeCraph, I'xpt. Vance ossurt on the 'Futuro-Teachcr.I. S. II IIS, enlnc-ro- d nttneliiuent. With .SI IH.CO IWa.l, A TL t.- listcmd'.to teries. His wife, who was riding be mato friend, is graceless and uiilw Msy so, is: im ed every tcsrwer Oint it Is absolutely ery is good, and-hea- i thin rod rnch Alio Im more ri, Jiiiii.v, J.iiKto.wu 1 1. side him, heard what alio at Grit sup Ntr-iit!jet He .lecture ,AM ALL 'll.M-.-l . essential lhat.he should possess a globe witlrinarkcd'nftcAtion. U.i coming. Laughing at one's own story tlinn doultled in Ms. lhv Mn.r Mrfi.Hl4ili.rlnt; 4 sln.nst;, al lis Hin- r..4.rt srnrx. Tf flin illi. bo'revulencf .that be fiad5stvjHl posed was a pistol shot, and then saw is a Cir itA trl thA' ptinjll.rrwirn. n JnckKon vr agon mid j on ii 111 short way of spoiling it; if it has ran- a stream of firo run from tho telelie troublcil siltli brenk- - ri.il ISn.. nl. I,i.ill. k) sn.1 Otr..naK IIS la-mSI nn).!.,,. nlll .slnn trlct refused to purchase it, the 'ica'eh. . niuch (boughttoits prenrahon. Mr. wit it will be appreciated. Speak- ! PAMEN0ER8 rORTIIENORTIIEA8T graph wires to his bend. The horse any .(.lecer,5ouM buy iJ.IiImjeU,. ing of a person who is at u distance rannnHlssseTlskt.. aHrall, IU ,;". o iliatcber lues read a humorous l'rlccn. Iiicliidlnc Nprins neat early isui-I'i- t the shape of the tion,- "the Sleeping car'Eietu.', His stumbled aud tho man fill heavily to within sight, it is rude manners to child is HUHIHHinVILLK. ir.lAHI.XUni.N, XII Tl nnd pntent briiko: u Her own horae threw .. siti:Ti.Y . hc uuili-enc- o the ground. ..r .Mum: ami intuitu i.mi.t. 3-- 1 car,th and rsktirai of sub, raooa nud reading. was fxcelleiit, and ., f7 GO In rorgi-iiiiiimiiirs, or a pra her backward uud then plunged down poiui m nun. was frequently in arnard laugh 75 OU rasy conversation hoiween planets. mistaking one for another, often indi- - ajsj I WAKKblv Q UUa 3 In I 1 . .1 I nrll -l t 78 OO ,nn im. I., rn .11.' I sitflsnl) Iu Mtrna ssrllrs liL S 1- -1 In ter nud npplaiue. Oilier" elections tho mountain side. She went to the NTllW Hi; Ml-!ll.i,ianiiiar(st liiol IptunPatd Thllsl. ' vimce au(ipM niemucn uevotui i i., , hikI .,...u iiriHumivins W. SECOND ST. 64 66 85 00 Ull 3 8 In read by Vancp. Hardctt and assistance of her husband, uud found tail JVsUtlerEfepEant'fa'JJqrero fact that him," or to spy, "Mr. What-d'yeal- l HMOMi AMI HI i IntMIMII. NT I 1MI 11. the mark of tho lightning just above 1 CINCINNATI. . Siaau. U ' IsniUI. MX. lamest nuaclswpcj. the Ostrfch theLu. HBllVJIt Will loasc, in ii ml iloso to townu, .kl.1.1,-..- . Kknmsniilal Ulan TIS., san.lr, his left ear. Ho was unconscious fir "Vou Foreign und Domoatlo dried and riiisnlay anJ I nlar .tocurrt DV i(5nNrf.u. ffestfowl AbiIo swiftest aufmaf. Man call-hcr.Auother most or "How-dy- e to prompt payinK partiw, al trfi canned Fruits and Vegetables. was sug by the an hour, but his wife was finally able 'Over '' bo the' largest biped. 1 II Ilk tliowsht to nit M.s down mnl 1.1 n moiitli until offensive practico is that of taking a Canned, dried and aalt Fish, This siwwej Uoiv 'much useful infiirt members- - Iaojvisitprsj'3eiii at' to net him on his feet an.1 to lead him person nsido lo uhispcr. in a room tlio luaoliiuo I4 wld for. ridden. Sauces, 01U and Oondl-men111 I'l'-IM- .I IHK Till. Mil1 III i- -l along the trail until they could find Boup stuttn, linking Van. On 'nlotjpn of I malipli mwwUbe. received ami impar tendance, 1wklng where there is company. al libllnnanin III, lknlSnlnn.nl lie I lim Powders, eround&wboloSplcos, book, a jcsolutiOn Waiodnried. favor. their horses. The man was not killed, nn.1 IW HUnll. I unl Mnr, In all HunllnrM l ed by a eoflveviutioii betweeti N , t iMaMlaMll llhVnla) HI lli one another iu I he faro in coimrcatiun Laundry Soape. Innll. Isrfats. Toilet and asedjiupiks Ihg flio ftuctmctiVuf a'j;vi?liroviiling aud now he has something to talk written Upelllng-malci- i I A ll I'll lMkUt Iniftf llnalniisll A Jsilf si is essential to secure life ami iiilcrtnt. Heeds, Jellies, Proservoe, Fancy Illl XIM iu wri. IM. al llniillnalus, mil, I Inwl' M ijrtlio prifernalslucathiortcach nlmut the rial of his lift. There Is no r..n4, laws.lll.. k wa, Utc 'eligagod lif. Thirty-eigh- t I rain. L strm. lb. Innnnu rtumimr IUn.it. arnl i.m In spcakiiiK of nursclt and another Orocerlee and Grocer' Sundries, wrTlln. lllrttfcsar MMinlnHSS aJ Ikn 414ln In Ikn ' wriMlajatl I t m Im" Ul ii ll i inctli extra charge for a (tiokt! of lightning, isuij Iters' participated. Hoyeu rcyeiv- - ortr l'rof, AaHCegavctbu-kcs- t Insl. Stork ititlarallelrl In thell'ftt. person, whether he is nloent or pres all 4lnjslMil .nts 1br.HnihTklrl.rWsnk.nl Tho cv except, of course, the regular electric d a Krado offsOmt tno'aafiila.ofO od of teaching, evolution NMillr 14. Nwlh mnlh. alWest, Nulkrsl ami (Ollssni SEND FOR OUR "CKOCtRS' MANUAL" lis to mention I Most, Detroit I'rco ent, propriety reijnircs n,l. In si iu. i.hsiIII..I.-- 111 lUslnul All M.swri. Iwroyut. MuwMfltlfe. Lewis was ono traction ( the square, fli'd .ubo roots charge of the clouds. sn-Hwmm tm I l.ma I cn-- ti nnd limler ourselves lost, in all Pi ess. (IIN'A 11 II lllllVAI.il, wis demonstrated, apj the psucivs was of the fjoit contestants. 11 I M UAkll t. I' A r A . -all circumstances; thus, we should s.iy '. V-a,lNIII. I.w.u.1, va II I' Ami, continued to the cxtrnctI6u-Ai- f tho fith . mill J'Wii'.ui. p JIM 11 wsl.MI, nt , I in ir "hcand I," or "you and I." "v A 7t3W6ck the mcml'icra and a root. Participles and lufiouive were Many of thosa who cniidfMxnd to THOS. B. CRUTCHER, ' muiW rf vWors assembled al tho pexf discussed. Many fattWlcs aro illuminate this dark world with the Tho Slato has mado provision for FOR RESTORINO GRAY HAIR TO ITS QpBar55ri'' Q.M.tvVb they were, regaled with incorrectly called tuch. Thev uro fre flrn of tin ir n.i.in. il,r.'.i, i. NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR. the free education of Its lilind chil- oSrei clwtcM literary tlte quenUyiinuns or ajljectVejTind pan. uuuisofa ncwsiapcr little think of ilren, of its deaf und ilumli children, Ir Is a. mutt acriiaUo ilrutln,;, wlikli STKEL, by Profj Vaee, fc not wit" propriety lio mUviLij tiling tho lot of tho printer, who sits up nt ami of its feohlc-uiindcchildren. An IKON, Is at onca li.irinUsi ami ellecliial, f.r n' actfexn luT.MOkM.Ho. else. Only when thoycJiily par-- ! midnight to correct their grammar, senilis Iho hair. It reslorei, uuli column tails DEPOT: FOOT OF SHORT ST., 'ScWllUw"oaiel!rt othro-- J take Of the nature of Iwp'pJrtBxof faulty in orllioiiraiiliv mid wor- -j in advertisement in another tho hlind iu and freshness of )uiilli, fa.K.1 or t;r.iy, UOltSll SHOHS, attention tn the school for or ! i liglt, aiwl nil lulr, to a rich speech eau they properly" liu'Mflcdjpuiictuatmii. Wo luio wcu tho an--u - Isouisville. Tho deaf and dumb aro i!i--.- i .. .. . tlack, as may lw ikalnil. ll Us iim- - llmi i LEXINGTON. KY. ii jytOMited tp bpeq tho' liUcuijionipas iiiu iur xiurr .. . iih. .ngrru ijiieilM pi CouilNellors, ill high reimle, taught at Danville, nnd the fochh-tulnd- ed . . ... .... Uilr Is thlcUeneil, mi.l lMniss i.(i,.a ; .' . nswees-.-jtiJnco witu I'rot uca tie diecussiyif HUBS, SPOKES, FELLOES.&c. Hiougli not aln tawn. j,toi, A, nurUcholars, tent tu tho printer in falling Q ciiretl. Il clunks in Frankfort. Tho State does t atsdK. M.BtrtadOMcd, tbemeni wrticlplo' Isalwnyi. a p4rtlclr.ctud tljtlrtiw-- i rfiituig, wjth manword- sof the hair IniinwIUU'ly, nwl caiiii'S n lu'W its part for tho education ul these M.MIW. ami lltll.Y 1'j.fc and Local Tuxa. can not be cttlledany thiii: Wr ou that th In all cases wliere tho glaiuli are Q lallx uniical and fuici'-- n funis parent In Kentucky j l not ileeairsl: ulills to nil lion. CilHoei. wa ttteo treated. Lovcll. Brown, - rWr-- , aiidolfiPrs.- --vabbrsviattsl.. mlbupllnl., -- ..-. i. ... children. Auy NEW ... . who allows his allUded child to grow 1.NKVI.. IMTI..V.' Ulllllll.S, ultirrnlso iliwassnl flair, l.nialiv. weak, ar Q .i It Ijnivirts ltalil,1 "rV 'w writo, ifiouir be parlicitixl. Evry ohUd, Wko UO POilltS. and tlionnl'HHr if Hi., -- ....- up iu iguoruueo douhlos tho weight of CINCINNATI TIMK. v.,. Sr .. and iticiHitli, ami rsiuleri it i4isljle. AvrcttMOOri. a Watyanid pencil, lly tha. so- WHEELEB if.- Jiinlv inisiilnml. t'j !,.. , :ioo V. Mali NIlrMit. DKCKM1IKU Ufl, 187B. its alllictioii, neglccU fits duty, ami Is , . .. Pro Vanco anoke At rii1tiiI.iiitib,KA.).r.... ne.nt The Vloou lUiaiiKS tho scalji, enrol an I O . suliject uuj askbig .it..i , v r - "i "..uv,vi,vii"im i uiviues Kill III 111 . necdlenaly cruel. One would think ' prevents tlie fonnatioii LOUIbVlI.LIU KUNTUCKV. j an.l, Iv Aa. whicfc IhftpuJ leuglh Ak. It, nii.iiiiirtlovvrnittcut. Hefpriwilnoii iilntssorcap!uls to des-- that where such g"'"' ailvaulagea aro Isn-l- l I kiiais'it I fciuA,nl llMt'H TKVINM Ly Us cooling, sliHullttlu(, ami aoollilnj O eb ' iaWHib:.t.ie)iu -jwiuopp)fU pi mhs. Iaivo 'ilionld 1 ignntu Jhp dirujiins of sentences: ulso freely prnvhlnl, there would IhJ no ' procrtla, it heals moat If not allot Dm) I llii.lla.4lt All i li w' 'WIW f JM a m ftiyi ai ui I w ll W I Hlillili.il I 1.1 Kcststij College f Votsj liiin, iiuiuors and ilUoats inawllar to tins Malp, O ft. The use of japs. bo iho prevailing fiitliuenV-'i- u tlio UK letters of pjlitical and (cientific liciitatiou on the part ol tho parent, 1 IbU w Itf In a M T II i M W,.MlU l. PERFECT AND COMPLETE Mag sMid punctuation vimui s.nnii. iou grrat miier m correspoifllcns. Ymmlt I III! II Ml. an-- l i'l U ft W a mm' it M M Lei4iig It cool, iloan, soft, under jWa method. Hnelllng ... prcservatluinif gixnf drilcr- Li tlw Huppu.'o,rJl thio had been so print' yet wu aro informed that inoro than Mlileli csmmIUIssm illswaax'S of the Malp and Q the are Uallit . . MokillU- Ai . wi'4aliH iwMnU al Jsimum "wr t no thirds of Iho ultlletcd children ul IJUSITs Itlttil.l.i, ll. II., I'rml.li'iit, luIr re iUK)H(tle. Ik) qutliuo by Prof. jlltttiuslructctl, K7S3CWCW0PBBEE. fill I ! Ullllital'Mat waw then .noriy Jurni.lieU ImU, ejl thai printer would have been sub laar TC. laUNWaaUl I 'MP I I aro Krowini; up hiuiuui mo u, i..ni.rr.u.ui ..i n !... luii-v- , , .jm n Mnl Vaiur. ATssWling book had no biu- - calhsl 'school hodjses,' He would ad' jected to scorn aud contempt. No one ine ntato tor Ladlea nnIr- As tt h" """" ""' an tlmUsitall Im 0 Iks llulnslial WANTED ja it t40M rmm.' Vi'ty '"ko vlsu tho toncher to burn duwu 'the wjniiu navo iKlieved that tuc)i gross hel,., ,ncomfort ,and Unmm. that kaat liji iiwiiiHiwMi, . a risMKaHias'ii, win . uinimm ll4Ulaia4lt 'riii vifuiu " la HiiVUUiaavftUbi. i - -- -- LuntddTi O ...f.!UNlMlM.(lkU.rU ll.tlliktilasU, K)T ivt . a 'nu txivNrr. O (MUCUIIUU IIUIV ItOilOW. 17 I. iius rt4u...W i ii .. i.l In. " n" . .. tjktasbild cooiuiisUu nwfstory the' or- -1 house, hut thought it would bo iiiw IVIU ajsjljwipatjlo Tault rested with the Ig irvtimi v.. tw "J" " !" uuiaaiwi ail . ..is iT-- biiMMi ... u .ii..'"I'.r mii ivar( vwuisann I imlfluir sill liif ilvA. niul ulll It liHiart ail winir -of words, (send If many buildings Iu which chif- - nor'anco or.careIesuciis of tho author; .."""' liMMir.. '"a. lust --hill u hi of im, Hwr Wheeler iV Wilion Mffl. Co. A jouug My wtw fiiiUvivnrliii; t I riMahi wbtvu j.r.i i.- A NO. artaU4 nud luMiug twrfutiw, ami ai an " are expected , to mako mental anil po ono but the practical printer Iiiniuvi uum tho ihii.1 o( luTHumlay ..ir iouhiii siaitr, aidmrhoaa mfMtiimwluit bo hi an--l ArtUile fur tUu tulUt It l W)wml-tu- l t iwv.Y.ir. o. O mmim. ; soon fo- r- progress, wero ,crcuatd., The rodr knort bo,w many hours the compositor aaaj tahinilst iktsUisv, choo! wlmlan tlm .in niul IwihUil TTflOpi'I A T Uatlutf lt if luitMn.! U imuvs Wi.l. I iilhiwr ' " UmltUWi ' ITIHIM I WU Al HI . limn nniUlJ Q ami IlUUl 1 1 iili liau-i1- .1. at ' Witesi 1st Ittnii MIsjnsU a wots. the Aruhj and other JiistruuvcnU f and ho proof-reade- r aro eou)iUed to yui.tahmi'iit of it Ll CJ C, O Q U O O InillUuslilTul.lu I4mx.u .ounl, al..! O O Q U l.lblrnwMSkHllunl S uilu, fruni llnulllk., ami rmriuio tr II hWrktre bad uo place iu tho school tQ spend (n reducing to readablo con whensh. l i? (WMttalu Uswi e -w 'ih-imhm"- .!-jlJ . .u v n i n ivnn o nn tmAn u,--,, H had never seen a caso Iu slttiou manuscript that often the au ate eWHisa, ui.j.u.fliiin u uu., liUiibu, nou. lu,Hi lU like u cow, sho was niloiii.li- - j from ui rinT'fVTlif'i ' Afl M U,l( II jIN , iH rrocllral nud AualtkAl fnititstsskfsMl n I Ufkatwd, SUM bis exjrkiwe which lould ngt be thors themselves might find It puuling ed byallttlo jrirl. lw uslid. "DM r..'JT,fc.f'. M"7 aiMHUUl?lfvANT, ' mVla uufcii, I ' fl H,"t'," - - - H UNTUCK V. " i .luu Vy bTANrOH OLD BV ALL Wirutl T L'VEUVWIIKUK. fa the I cared ky kind means. The queries 'to read. other juefsWl, Lelve milk L MsMaba "3i.ltrW gonrnal '0,li' In ti my cr Jcj OTawBD(x?.(i '?rmr.'!.: "" ...fcjl' .... MiLLwiRY goods. OPIUMSS In.-- 'HICHUTI ."tiri,ii .. "! KjcTrr; gIfl?SfSj,g tho .l.ClsIiBVBC. """' """ la "''' lm. .ovi!inr.s. tlltl j ". I' " tl ln ""; 4?W lrr Hf it.ii ". pl CARSON & BODDS, Mtvt.ttt,s.ttts.tttr nrnimr tialllCSS t BOOKS,: MILLION s4. S""""" r!L", leA I I 3la(01T' tj rniin r,iw. i... t. A V!,69oe $l Hfeo Vj.V fjJV ?,?V!v0(. fclU'v',' Nl V nll lmtttt j. i i V aoPsl6ljaV VJ V .. at, .! si r8c6 ytS '9i I f I I VJfy Uf Ps,90. j II ... l9 d V?tf."KV8SlS i a.0 lift U V'(6 V i6e.a V REPAIRING. l4 srflitii friHri f,, I'll Oji 'l I If ,. l ? latlUl ,.,i., ,.,. ,..,, tie (.!! i..i U.U ,. t,ss.ss' Ky. I'll. ' arioici oo., i 01 I '! dL .li 1 y ssa .r',.i in SAVE MONEY. THE OLD HOUSE i noer .tl hi.imv.. .... ici:nr'i:i ri.s YOKK, rroTOott,T"ioicioo, JJI. ... ' Hear Ayer's Vicj or, 8 88888:.- b jrS 8 j N.ILS, " LR.R. ', T .....tai. 3".; .... ai tlct $. 4rsMAfiyie 0m 6t, TIIR i:4'i:it q q 8 i iloONs q q momS ktlUlitJm Jib) )'t l..i. ll ""lW ..--- qACEiMS i' lit w t.uiii wh (SJr " 9i m tK nMtotim,! snl,l.h,f.,vi,,je VH rl, M?g 7jjft 8. 8 - 8 l'AjniFOlt.SAIsi:. tl .....M.Mi.ni.hc "' Kt .I?1''! -- , - -- ks TRfgWM - . rP . -.