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WALTON, JB,, Tit It M M une 4 frfl !,! .spy fH .ft I Ml The Interior Journal W)LUMK .Ill ACT VIII.-NUMIJ- RATES OK AIiYKRTIstXO. fnajtrtlonw. ......j,,.,...... ft N a i inert i aeutmion foremen tatMeqiientlnaerllon Itefnlaradrarllserawllt And an ta la fcta aa mm1rataaathoaaf any atbef reapectaMa paper. "BaetneMNMIree,.! rents net line. AdTertlaleg Items In Utral Column, 30 centa per Meet AnfWmfwitttjn!!! Uirr4i.Mtt nirthaaawl floatha. Inwrted free offrttt. will, here OMtiiarlMsTritatmef luMpert, after, fa charged at the rale ef ft rent fer line. Instead of 10 renti, aa heretorore. Oavurelona Ibe. OH' T' The Ntultlmt !t " KR IdwiUlntrateefatalahedeNi 10. .1 STANFORD, KY., FJUDAY, NOVI3MBK11 JJerri. Mote lir ir tiiml nf Sirrnrlna. John came in nnd Inquire whether dinner wa ready, and wa told it wat not. Well, why In Iho devil isn't It?" aid he. "JlccaiMC tho coolly replied, "tho wood wet thM Mie fire wat tu d wouldn't burn." "Why, Mary, what it Iho matter with you? Are you crazy or have you lieen drinking V "Neither," the said, nnd quietly proceeded to put on tho dinner. Tho beef didn't melt like butler between tho teeth it rather resisted all attempts at mastication, like so much India ruhlier; and finally John blurted out : "What makes this d beef to Infernal lough?" Mary looked up nrehly and replied : "Well, John, Iiuppoto you went down tn tho butcher's and without knowing Ihe dilTcrcnce, picked out a piece of Mine d old (lag that hadn't lieen fed for a month." John Jumped up, looked at hit wife iu ditniar, and wanted to know what such language from her lips meant. "It means just this, John: you aro tho head of Iho family; nnd just ns lung as you think it manly to twenr In my presence, I intend to do tho tamol If you don't like tn hear it you know how to prevent it." Tho cure wat radical, nnd to this date Mary hat never been compelled to admlnitter another dose of Dr. N 's prescription. 7, 1879. WHOLE NUMBER i. .100. a to. In rrleewletnltthattmes. aar mrr particular andthe Ihe heat In , OUR JOB OFFICE IS COMPLETE Jon PtiitTVft Is State. tsedetftn djlntft VTbo- -e heart bttb eel rUt-- l mt hm4, I bee are. Un Ibal pale far, fit lather.., lint IWweef the dead. Tl wlftlriaheeenaeail Ineeo tenetf, II trim tile ibe wa H ef the enrfe. Andeeeh thfebef Mr haMM Ue-set ft thrsailen and Med a rittav I the A dintw f the ynMtf efttb That glkl frNi My deefral I era At lln Anay rnwn the MeeMAUg ,ieald llrffr. .Imrrrnii ftrnmn, I. hlttry of floiiimi' llfj teefeej path. Matin wrath ' Fenny life la a stern wlM srrew. Thai kmts frrr-- m weary eyes. An J tea gloom efa darker mtrii O'er the feth-wa- y IWere ma Ilea. A Th nrl ringing 4rstt tIke arthe itend alalee refill AM i atrange, wet? J Telee la singing Of Ike Hghl tbal hHiat 111) teiatl The tneel brief torn la f haled the bcesler a bleb I earn, I tut, a,' haw Mjr ami la haunted With lh SMlleelbabenn nef rttern' f mf leeH rt dirge tx Ue Lbeasa ( Mf rhlMhwl That Iklh m aia ifrl eJwiej Tee Ike mm; hl reek la Ik wHJ we! A With I lie ahad.. ibeaagalali lying-' the ibrebMng dirge W the heart thai la d; leg The Isetdlef lhan all lb rest. ft Mm hat, atat' are li threea ' Mill In .Hirt'a tmr, XU OiOVfa BuSi t ll net wed. ind JeV s4 &(( Jit fend akt taVJ, HhUemfUilitieftJred!e wenld I left Ul Jim iwt ned edd (iaffer Ald km I mTtMbhll ami a The Mtkted. a gun The swan," ebesaM, "the Whw'salear heeel May lurtef f Ihegrewhd Iwaj'enesli May lark ward tarn, The Aee ierr eve Thawlr4rt IheM all ) May I Udara ' tint ( aeta WViU The tfteek-leee- rtr Mare ta dene, ve4 U OaOt'a fta Cminlry Blltnr (In well In dn nier- clian t "WouMii't you like fo lake my imper, .Mr. lll.mk? Merchnnt (with great cordialily) "Of courts I would 1 Have been In tuluctiho fur n Inng lime. Rend it up by atl meant. " - AOT II. Tltni:l) MONTHS I.ATH1. Hxlract fmiu leading nlitnri.il in the HV.Iy llunU "Wo mutt nrgo iil)ii our leaders Ihe nccoiitr of pnimpt teltlement ol their tulwerip-lloti- t, many nf which are largely In arreatt. I'leaie liear In mind that it omit us a large amount tn print our paer. Country produce recelvetl at ruling market prices. " Merchant (afier reading leader) "There I I mutt call in and pay Ilangt that $2. l'erlmpi ho liec.lt it. Hut tlicro can be no particular hurry. Two dollar isn't much." aot in. Tiinr.i: hontih latrii. Vn7 (from lluyle odlco presenting bill tn merchant) "Please, tir, Mr. HangtJyranU to know If you won't wiy llMTtirday, ns ho hat got tn raise wmio niniicy to iy hit hands." nelllcd) Merchant (tomewhat "Trll Hangs I'll call in; am pretty short to day. (Hiit Ikiil.) Ilang needn't lie an mighty sharp with hit mmti . HW wbee the MtHef bye hre eg HH Mfee ker p4e leajet The f14ldevard ttevalbd Avea fteteeHfee, wW.MdeM, Ae tkt iireeer, AdU it Kerala het la kl a4 weaar (tU'a eMed l a44 (tatWatiM-Th- aitaed aoaaf a mm. Ahdtkey kirteeieathtMFe afhfil, tiii: iri.vi; m, lbi billt." Acr iv. Timr.i: months lAtr.tu Alitor (with n sick and weary smile) "OoI morning, Mr. Hlank." Merchant (shortly) "Morning. "This litllo bill that " Merchant (fietcely) "How much Kditor-(wcakly) r WU kt k Mr f WW kMh WUe k kalh futmtleMiT IvtVh waMl ahlMMt eatHef Tkfj thet tarry Mt it They that the 1m! pa t enk Meted Wtel 1he Kwk net Ike Wlae wheal ( H It ted, when II is It?' lilitflr IttlhHaee. f ha the p. hen It aM)eeifc Itwt I (toftly) "Only 2. wouldn't tiouhle you Merchant (In great rage) "Tlicro your $2, and I want you to stop tho I ain't in the habit of being paper. dunned to death a mean paltry tutu ns that. Xhw stop your mi'crfi-hl- if" fr o Twenty years ago, ns the story goet, there wn n wedding. Tho hrido wna ol good lamily, and tho loved her hut- band with the characteristic devotion of it wife. Hut the found herself griorniuly disappointed, for in timo ho indicted a scries of studied injuries that eventually ended in tho Iom of her character and a separation. Bho drlfleil to this rily nnd became the proprietress of n house of had repute, in which terrible business the remains For yeart tlicro hat lingered in her hcitrl memories of what the win and what the might have been but for this wretch whom the at one time owned as a husband; and the had nothing but curses for tho irrrpairn-btruin he had wrought. Tho hut-bancontinued at hit old home and proiorcd, and the world treated him at an honorable man. He surround ed himself wilh new domestic tics, and apparently proiered, but the old saying that "the mills of the gods grind tlowly, but they grind exceeding mall," had illustration in this case; for with reverses In liutlnrn canio dit- case, nnd disaster followed to swiftly that dn a few yean tlicro was none so Con- poor at tn do him reverence. rjmplion incapacitated him from ma king a living, and Iho public hospital was his only report. Then it wot that tho deterlcd and cruelly treated wile, whoso life of degradation had lieen of his own making, tent for him, and he was brought hero and is now lying on in a residence apart hit drath-bewith from her own, but surrounded every luxury that can possibly smooth hit descent to the grave. One of the leading physicians of this city, n gentleman high in prnlession, is hit con stant medical attendant, and there It hardly an hour of Iho day or night but this woman is watching over him This is with the tenderest solicitude. flmlianapolii Journal. no fiction sheet and you hear me I" rlgkl Al- IWUMHMt- - DNiiirrii mwi: ax aihikii. The poor editor, with n careworn lace, feebly ttaggers nut the door having lint gathered up tho 2. X. II. Dot taken from real lilc, Itockland Cou and it not fictitious. rier. He (nil Tirm It U ct!milrtl that tlicro arc CO,-t- o kmmrirtittt I.lkr Vroh Orchnrtl t'mnt XT. A V. 11 VAIINOK, la llr. 80.000 ramnicrcial ilruimncri 000 llodic. Dra Scene, Main street, Euclish contractors who built a from I be trudo drawing tlie narrow gauge railroad in Japan, re ATTORNEYS AT LAW, matis personal : An old resident and If c aMiime a a ucw arrival. Time, v. M. of the niuiilry. HTANFOUI), ICY. roii-n- l ?.ri0.000 rer mile, nnd the Su CENTRAIXY LOCATED. mran nuinbor, uixm uliich to Iiaseun Offlc la Court wa, 1Mvja gUUO per O. It. There goes Jack CumomWay op Ciioosinq a Hub- ntimate f expense t cmninrrre from monli, Voriimnti.1. the mad was X. A. -- Who', he? hand. The Wagaris of Indi nro dis QAM. M. nUItDETT, tliij iiuarlrr; He havo 70,000; which Hpoclnl Accommodations Af only 18 miles long. O. IS. One of our first citizens. tinguished for truthfulness and anna for tied. Commercial i pruliiWy not ftr from correct. Haven't you beard tell of him? Trtivolora, ATTORNEY-A- T LAW, rently great kindness to the weaker Thetahuira ami other pay oflhoo The barber's razor took hold of hit X. A.-- Ko. sex. A woman of tho Wagari tribe, people rntigo from tlVM niinimuni in . beard with a vengeance, wheu he lookvrjitruorv. Baesaff Tranifumd Fraa of Chare O. K. Why, ho killed Tom Wilk- it is said, is not required to labor, and Iho Wrolern citii, to 310,000 maxied up and said, opologctically, "My Ins. Ilea a prominent saloon man. she Possesses, moreover, the curious Will practice bis profcasIonMn Kockraitle and mum per nniiiini in New York. Very dear tir, I came in to get shaved, not adjoining counties and In the Court ef Appenla. There's Hill Thomson stepping up tn right, by usage, of few attain tho luccoi that oiniiuaiil( Turner's Special attention given to collecttona. to have a tooth pulled." eak to him. choosing a man for her husband. The the latter price, while ho U a Falls Reporter. Who' Thompson ? T EE F. HUFFMAN, N. A. . choice it exercised by her in a novel hIio ilDctn't get more titan tho firt. O. IE. Ono of our leading citizens. STANFORD. KY. hair-pi- n She sends a manner. to the A young man went iuto a restaur SURGEON DENTIST, Uoeil or luil, their rxpentr nhilo Haven't you heard tell of him? man on whom the has tet her aQcc- ant the other day, and, remarking nhout the raiue, nml at . ICY. traveling arc STAlVI?OIlT N. A. No. mI tiont, with the request that ho will that "Time is money," ndded that as Offlc South aide Main Street two doors abore E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr. nil tiling ni great a good living ran Why, ho O. IL That's queer. A TitAssPAnEST Fieii. A very ho had half an hour to spare, if the the Myers Hotel. pin a handkerchief tn his cap. Should make them. Tlie lowrtt i itimate of (sterol wbtn re a killed Sandy Soncus and Aleck Hagho rcciprocato her attachment, ho is remarkable fish was captured here on proprietor was willing, he'd take It Pure Nitrous Uxlda as admin quired. tho average cot to unmiiierre of llieto gis and put Tele Scragg't eye out in This Old and Woll - Knowu only too pleased to carry out her wish tho 21st instant, by Mr. O. Blossom. out in pie. men, that we have utii, it (.traveling He's a prominent saloon one night. Hotol Still Maintains its J1ISCILH.11.UIS. es, nnd, when doing no, names tho wo It is about ten feet in Icugth, and its include.!,) $2,B0O per minum. TliU High Roputation, Tit art ill wind that blows no body man, too. Hullo, they've ttooped to man who has tent Iho pin, whom he weight is estimated at about four hun .1 i'hMrth'Vvinu lioi-ce- . for one U ruul to 8101,000,000 cost blew a chimAS- Ptpeak to Alio Dickey I dred pounds. It is perfectly trantpa-ren- t, good, but the wind that is obliged to marry forthwith. We have been told of many intellifor tho 70,000, or to Iho valuo of the agent N. A. Who't Dickey? and Iho action of the heart and ney down nn a lightning rod Itt Proprietor is Determined that mules nnd hone. Ono case we vntiro cotion crop of Iho United emeralds and It it strange that tho popular prejuit Shall be Second to no Country O. It. -- Oh, ho dun t nmuiint to gent functional organs can bo plainly deserves u crown of Hotel in the State in its Fare, remember of a mule going into n dice in favor of narrow tires for wag-o- other 8tatc. If thU niuhl lo iavel to the nothing. Hhinebeck Gaiette. rubies. Appointments, or Attenteen: Altogether, it is a very re. blacksmith's shop to have a nail pull country, ami thcuo parasite, together and carts should be to firmly fix markable specimen cf the finny tribe, killed nny oue, I tion to Comfort of X. A. Never ed Irom his foot is only equaled by ed as to prevent tho use of bread their Quests. A ichnolmiitres8 nskod a child what with Ihe holohkffH, livery italde tupprec? nnd is well worth tho attention of se--o spelt. tlio ttory of a religious horto that wo tires. A wagou or cart with tires The child hesitated. Said keeper, liar kcepern, nml other hang-eri-o- n Illos-tor- n O. II, llokill any one I 1'tli.iwl scientists and naturalists. Mr. tho teacher: "What do I do when I nhmii they tupport could lo Ho wouldn't kill no liody. Hullo 1 were told nf the other day. Ho is three or four inches wido may bo Ih 4r p. D.ffKSf. will b. f..r. je-- U sit Ol llli Sired, will nrrango a tank containing rrt. Iarrktrt. Kp.rUI sr.AHined.tl... I. look at Mr. Smith ?" "Thqiiint." remade In (irixluoo In their ulniiut ca- Hv thunder, them three's having n owned by Mr. Alexander, of Oa- - drawn across n newly-plowe- d field alcohol in order to preserve it. U OHiatr.UITr.T.lf r. Tb. Ur lll slKS(. (Il.d iiltli tkl k.lr,.t pacityin they comuino iho laving ipat. Hunt jer hole, t ranger, Iheyre nichec, Ala., whn ride hi m to church without cutting in, and on wet, mud Mackinac, Mich., letter to Chicago plied the pupil. Louisville, - Kentucky, br..t.oruo.rt..t llstr. A. niiiiually miuld he tijual to nmro than on preaching days, which it twice n dy roads tho surfuco it not cut up but ir.ll.it Llr.rr I. pulliu their pops. Times. A littlo girl to juvenile ueighbor: h Ihe gurertiiiirnt dvht. Oil other Sundays ho is is packed down. INVENTOR Tho better condition (Tliey hunt their holct. Kapid fir- month. family prayers every For Sale ! When IhU l.irge iiumher ol men nro Town turned out tn graze, and it is on these of tho roads nml the saving of cost iu An nnecdoto is told of a Judge, pro- - "My father has Old resident ing ensues, and rente. in"No, AND MANUFACTURER coiiteiiiling for Irado in tinier of He goet repairs to them by tho use of broad lane and Irritable, who never let a morning. Docs yours?" emerge fruui under dayi that he it to religious. and new nrriial my father it a aat In the I offer atprlTateulamrllealdenv OF Til F it iii no wonder tlicro U cutdown to tho church, ttops nt tho Ireo tires would Ik enormous every year. meal pass without a sonorous invoca- deed (indignantly; era limits of BlanJurd. Tnla Is one oflnemot deIhostovo ami seek iuforiiialbu. tuad al raUe residences In the loan. Terma will Once ho re Republican." tion upon Iho repast. whero ho It generally tied when there Nevertheless, ting and ihtihiug. Tho ktruggle for "AI'OI.I.O VOItr," MIIIlT. easy. For further Iefttuatlon, apply lo J. W Ilnarrow tires are used Time, 8 r. M. eum at Stanford, or tu ua st larlUe. trade, or emumisiitmi nlo, (end, tn is preaching, and still) hit head almost universally. Farm and Fire- buked a deaf guest who innocently In "We aro living at present iu the O. It. I tell you Iho camp ought 897-J. O. KVAJaM, lower tho standard jf credit, mid tho church, remains about an side. terrupted him whllo thus engaged, as very armt of tyranny," exclaimt a Fine Lines of Men's Underwear. ' that feller Alio Dick to bo proud follows: "l)-r- ii It, don't you tee lint Western scribe. Aha, just been marmako lad delit. This ynlem ot doand a half. Ho then walks leisTO PEOPLE WHO CAN READ! A very earnest eilort hat lieen made ey. He's got nerve. I hope tho U) a hour ing liuiincst U ruinous. l!ery mer will turn out big at tho double funer- urely home. This is n fact, and will by tho National Iloaid of Health to I nm saying graco ?" Waterloo Obs. ried, havo you? chant wielic-- i to Ik) rid ol it, but Ihe al. I used to know Abo's brother In bo vouched for by nny of the people of thoroughly disinfect Memphis. Iu this ! Your attention Is Inilted l tlie aHtiet.rwMi. lUatlaa In 1810, Lexington was Ihe largest One good thing about a lottery is Columbia ((.la.) r.u- nierchaut In this city to lake the in tho Stales. Ho enmo of a gritty fam Oiwichcc. important work thero hod becu used, city In Kentucky. It had I.32G in that a man can purchase enough cas wanting. liatlve it ily. Wonder what hit bail 'II bo?-Vir- ginia quirer. by tho end of September, upward of habitants. Frankfort was thoiccond TJEtrx- XT I tle in the air fur 81 to last htm a The amo forco that is required in it Chronicle. Tiik Olkanduii. This beautiful 170,000 pounds of copperas, 0,000 largest, nnd had 1,009 Inhabitants. lloston Globe. month. mercantile houio to fill order now, plant, when under proper culture, it barrels of lime, 40 barrels of sulphur, Washington, in Mason county, had ! could fill Ihe orders with as much case Itowland Hill paid u visit toun old truly u gem among flowers. This it A large 4tVroluiunaews.Brer. ttvt sura-- d carbolic acid, 1,215 lbs. 800, and alter it came Louisville, 15 barrelt of Wo havo great respect for age; but In tlieruuutry tr Neva. UuajurM llftrutts, if sent direct by iho buyer, and very friend a few jeanbeforo his death a good lime for making cuttings of it. of tulphnlo of line, and 1,200 gallon! Danville and Uanlstown. and iwlect lUadlua. will be turnUbed, toi- tho "olJist inhabitant" is generally a little additional forco would suflice who said to him, "Mr. Hill, it it iutt The best way to root them is iu a hot-tl- o ss lM. t of tine iron. New Haven Register. 1 YEAE AND 3 MONTHS FOR $1. whilst tho buyer is crsoiially in the tixtyfivo years tinco I first heard you A fashion item sajt that girls are terrible liar. of rain water tet In the window. ! Tnla otter WaUnd gwd till Jan. I. IsAQ. and aui Two colored men while out coon. wearim: boys' bats, boyt' lies, and market preach, nnd I remember your text Tho cutting should bo no deeper iu had a pretty foot, but The Scientific American rMTiUou to dale trvau the lime of their rM.ctluu She certainly year anas inouins hunting, near Flint Hill, llappahan- - boys' cravats. nt iLtiomre, aodttHitluuaivr Yes, and tho married Commercial Intelligence has ad- and a part of your tcrmou. You told water alter all It did not make half to much than half way up to the second nock County, Va., recently, became Th. W.DII4. AU...1... U . Urf. tr.HUM.Ca3h CORimlSSlODS. Uo.'wthVctSK vanced to butlilIo purpoooif tuvh an ut that tome people were very tqucam-it- h ones are wcariog boyt' bree well, impression ou him as the old man's. . nt IS lb. UA.t Joint, and when the rootlets get to be .j... un.w. Couibwrtlll. Uk.u it th. ut. evil as this can'not bo eradicatid. about tho delivery nl difilrent half an Inch lung, carefully pot in teparated. Oue found a tree with a only their husbands know what they .i.,r..li.IS rrpr..io, ."....... ,k fu.tuu,ur Uiil ..liiu.l.rw I l.b Ih th. Art. iu it, and ascended to capture it. are wearing. C.-iJoum. i7.ua Vur.uiflus lb. uu. Do. Louiiville Trade Keview. The it no feeling, pcrhaju, except th. uul rrBtioJ laUnllDUtl.la Afiltallur f,'"r.TT, ministers nhu preached tho rama gos- rich, sandy loam. After tho plant coou locluJIns l liil Illlli, CltfiTr all a 7.1." Hil"1. extremes ot fear and grief, that lUrllrullur., lb. pel. You told 'Supposing you were blooms, cut back to within a foot or Hit companion approaching the tree, A.lroun. otlal fcl.au. Nsluril llUwr, Tu euro a wound tnado by a rusty the la .! found the dog, as he supposed, treeing Tlui lauatjt talualtio itraeiual llr.TuLuIItM am. Anotrr It. A attending In hear u will lead whero - tr eiul . music. find relief In lUe Wviwr rrvui : .. ceetta la Iwr Iba betauwuatdue .J . fifteen inches of the ground, when nail, nuoke wilh burning wool or duet not rwut writcraia aiiueifinienis ointieoiw, .'m ui A taW lutaalon UlugreUlaed by lUefurwnrdef. mall boy was hoeing corn in n sterile you expected u legney to be left you coou, and fired into the tree, killing a ai club of Ibis remarkably found tn theMetUlie Autrrlean Trfuw, K ' lbu' wiUd It will relieve the pain woolen cloth. three brunches will come out; let Held by tho roadside, near llclhel, InThe New Orleans J'l'eaymie.uji that year, fl W ball year, wbkh iKludestuatege. Dl pVoluUa la iba one tiU gfta It uiT would you employ tho lime when it them grow until it again blossoms, af- hit companion Instantly. iu Uenty minutes. iho must important "fishery 'lUMtion" a ivi fuiJI.LsiraL. ai ttiipiOil nnd was reading, in criticizing Ihe HtltW Iti.B. N York. diana, when a patter-bniauuer ter which cut them all back alout six A teacher, eudeavoriug to famlli trIn ruunvrtwu eaid : He it happy whose circumstances is, "llave yuu got a ime iLVi' E:lt:diiujO!MiWeiljCcaz!t:iilc-Iri- J in which the lawyer read it? No, Indies fiuin the main stalk, and every ite a little girl with the various counKiMitln ot Aluriltatt and tor - . waay BlaaACu.r.fcllriUi "Tears to me your wirn is r.illmr you would not; you would lie giving iteraouaredeelrous tt laalug a .j-- r n suit hit temper, but lie is moie excelanJ It it better tu murry lliah tn burn t cultlllg Lacki tries of the Western Hemisphere, finm0 t llo(mi mnall." I lent who can tuit lilt temper to any all car to hear if uny thing was left , , u fuw vea coal at twenty cents a'biwhc! cuurt-luvery beautiful ally oskid, "If I were to bore a holo ' ctrcumstauces. "Certainly,' .aid the boy. "It is you ami now it much It was. mat ous wuated tbrotigb I hie ageaey, . . plant will bo the mull; In fact, wilh through the earth and you were to go H a.rIhkLlal.l ut lb dwarf corii," 10 mo.y.h.s is tho way I would adviko you to hear proper cure it will grow more beauti- through at this end, where would you look West wo feel that we HAenaeclrculallon thus alien, tubll s When we The man whuenjuyt a gnwl tlet-- it dlrwted t tbe nteiiu ottbe new fvaleut. Ileal Uttt te and sale "Hut it looks yaller." " tilt Jta, I. IM, aa-- l mt ThU oavr la rrn.il. tho got pel.' or iniriutu wMii eMif enecte4 Any prnuu, k.rlmLHi.lj.dALalnHU oixa come out ?" "Come out'?' replied would like to tee an Indian fall IiittenJ au nappy man, ful wilh uge. llaut ul tlMlr IK.ItWII II J "Certaiulyt we pluntcl tho jullvr Ibnn, nuailba, Imi lr UluiauiliKi nuroiirT uf iut.uiuu. o. Whitehall tho child, "why, I'd coroo oul of the of an InJIan tuminer. "I would rather," tayt Ihe editor of Out of u State prison population of hole, Misil" Whenever lit;htniui; bciiit to play, kind." Times. "But it look at if you. wouldn't get tho Okoloua italet, "be n living ns 20,11)7 throughout tho United States, it ftthes thuuder. IUt boles may bo itoppol efltctual-- 1 The iuni3'20,OO0,tlmot larger than ' than a dead lion." Nature having 13,180 sue employed iu mechanical Mr. A A wanasa laAKuit a lb VV w more than half a crop." viai The rtseon UveatWna. Addi HISS A lLead Weklf rwineUlai kualutd. by. tfub TIlO tlUtltM.lt Iu WMliIogton t iwmlD. Taunia, earthfauij-ycby filling1 with broken glass ami it persists Iu "Ink31 Ho, hew Vik rMripHoneiril wta mm mm wevi wm "Ol courto not," mid tho Uiy. gratified hint Iu this particular, what iudustriet, earning an aterage of 10 the nltrUtUtu. OtNH'rvalory. fraultOa.iw,iV rAUbhla. Meablngion l l' platter oi Paris. ing so until a thiug at raau. cents a day In the world is he growliug about? We planted heron ihares." "uli;" A recent trip of the "City of Ches ter, of tho Inman Line, from New York to Liverpool, was enlivened by the wit of a Washington girl, who was Iho favorito pnenger. In the tame ttcamcr wnt a young i.nglisli snob, who wore n tuit of clothes of very largo plaid, with n fatigue cap to thick-totematch, a tingle boott, spotted shirt and loud necktie. He had that exasperatiug drawl peculiar to Mark Twain and English tuobs. "Aw, yaat," said he, in conversation with the Washington girl, "I havo teen considewahle ol your country. I havo beeu to New Yawk, Chicargo, Omahaw, nnd other places, nnd it it a gwate country; but you don't Mem to have nnyceutwy inAmewica." "What do you call gentwy V nsked the lady. "Aw, why people, you know, who doan't have to do any thing, you know iieoplo who live without work "Oh, yes, we have inch people," nil- twercd tho lady, "hut wo don't call them gentry. ''Aw, then what do you call ilicni, pway?" "Wo call "Awl" them twanips." Triin. ihe 'ore. A ttory it told of n great French artist, which finely illustrates Ins knowledge nf human nature. He wat traveling in Germany, in entire ignorance ot ilt language and curren cy. Hiving obtained some small change for tomo of hit French coins, he used to pay drivers and others in tho following manner; Taking a handful of the uuismatical specimens wriirfi from his pocket, he counted i'nem one by one into the creditor's hands, keeping hit eye fixed all the time on the receiver's face. As soon as lie per ceived the least twinkle ol a imilo ho took back the lost coin deposited in the hand, and returned it, with th'c remainder to his pocket. He afterward found that in pursuing this method ho had not overpaid for anything. Vnnhllllt Htfart fntrltlllff. Hir to ttrri I'rrth fait'' A correspondent in the Lancaster The Synod of Kentucky in its nt Maytvillc, was deeply i (iruirr writes . It is some timet desingitaled over what disposition wat to rous tn tloro nwny eggs In tho Sumbo made with "Campliellites" when mer or Fall, when prices arc to low they applied for admission Into the that we can not nflurd to sell them, to Presbyterian Church. Tho question be told when they are scarce, and will " bo keenly relished; or can be disposwat whether tho baptism of n it valid baptism. This ques ed of at a good price. To keep them tion hat engaged the attention of the thus wc do not believe thero It a more Synod before, and one year ago a com simple and efficient way than the one I mittee wnt appointeit to ilcviso a have always (cn practiced by my fathmeant of putting the question tn rest. er for the last thirty or forlyycars.This This committee reported last week, is by simply taking none but fresh recommending tho reference of the and sound eggs, nnd setting them, In entire question to the General Assem- layert on the tip or small end, In a bly. This view was taken by Drs. box or basket or nny thing that will Ycrkes, Humphreys and Archibald, hold eggs. We do not put any thing but Dr. Heatty, President of Centre between them, nor do we put them up College, argued etr forcibly in favor "nlr tight," but wo always keep them nf committing it to the discussion of in the cellar. Eggs that wo have put the sessions of the churches, nnd away in this position last fall are tothat that this would lie tho re- dayafter tix months at good and sult of its reference to tho Assembly. fresh ns the day they were laid, and This kind of debato Is amusing to those we have never found one that was to whom it lias reference, and they spoiled or stalo among them, when think It would bo well to catch a few thin served. Wo feel confident that of their fish before the mode of cook they would keep good and fresh for Lexington one yeaij ing it determined upon. Pres. There was a Church Fair nt Silver ' A Yurl llonjr. City, Ncv., nnd a wag put an adverThe other evening, just before tun- - tisement in tho local newspaper that down, says tho Virginia (Nev.)Cinm- - hugs would 1)0 told as follows: "Ten Mf, a gentleman who was titling by cents to hug any young lady between his window on North H street casual15 and 20; five cents for young ladles ly remarked between 20 and 30; ono dollar to hug There goes the woman that George another man's wife; old maids, two for Brown's dead on." a copper cent; all females of Ihe woHis wife, who was in a back room man's rights persuasion are free." In getting lupjier ready, dropped a plate quiries for the hugging booth were on the floor, stumbled over tho baby numerous. and ran like a quarter horse for the The Walsino Fever. "Howdy, window, saying; this morning?" said an acquaintance "Where? Where? Tell mo quick'" fat citizen, who was blowing and "Tho oue with tho long cloak just to a steaming with great tpcedr along the at the corner." sidewalk, "training for a walk?" Then the woman at Iho window "No," pulled the fat citizen, turning said in tones of deep disgust : hit bulging eyes neither to the right "Why, that's Brown's wife." walking for n train.' remarked the brutal nor the left, "Yes, exactly," husband, quietly. Tho poet Moore used to hunt for Then the disappointed woman went days for a tingle word to complete the back nnd got the supper ready, but musical cadence of a rhyme. When her usually sweet disposition was sour he mashed hit finger with a hammer ed for the entiro evening. he somehow bad no difficulty in hit wanted to Solidification of hydrogen seems to ting on just the word he "Camp-liellitelull-mat- nut rou-uun:- ut. OTIUUC irOlTNKN I O TIIK KTdOWIKtt. UT :!t. TIIIIU) AM) MAiiuirr HTitmrrs, LOUISVI ER &d GO. o-1 LLE, KY., IDO TIECIEJ S GO :ej ry-iln- id Xi i :lt scnooiA They never deceive you in mo nurciinse ol yom 'Itti' your son's Sunday, eve y or school SMltl m THERE F OR CERTAIN. tnincii nmrcTonr. BAPTIST -- Kar J. M. IlarcK, rutor. PerTtret and rourlb (Hundayi, anornlnf tad night, I'raref Meeting every Wednesday afternoon. Sunday bctioul at a m. pupennifnoent. STANFORD, KY. Ly the Worship GHIUfTiAN. I'TMrhlnrhv l.l.l. Jnav IWIIab on 11 rat and Third tard'a days. Baud ay Bcboul WITH A RILL 00EP8 OF TEAOHEBS at- - Hi. Joe. Beranre, Fuperintendent. Ihlt liuUtuUoa will open J. S. Siua, Ia METHODIST, BOUTH.-Il- Er. every Bandar morn 02 and nl ht. iTsyer MeellanTbanday nights. Sunday Bcboot ITS TENTH SESSION, . 8, Mima, anperlntendent. ataooa. ox the: faator. PUCSnYTERIAN, SOUTII.-- No John W. nt tt.30. Ifeul. . fen perl ntendrnt. Union ltayer Meeting Wrdnes-da- y SMI IOMAV IXSErTEMIllX.NI-.XTnights. days, morning and night. Stanford Female College. j. pnK8nYTEniAN,NOUTII-UY.J. luuiTiprticnnon neconu ana B. trvann oun Hats, ALL THE CniNCllta OF A TH0R0TJOH ENQLISH COURSE rnoFEsstoiAu VV7 H. MILLER, rt Luibi, u wrl u MUSIC, TUB LANQUAQEa. SHAW INQ AND rAINTINO. la Tuition. LtlrM ranir. from 123 In S30 In Ih rful,r Drp.rtiunt. rrtm.rr, SMj Int.mifdl.l 140, sod CouVgl.le. VA. f llila and adlololDK tin; Will Dracllre In therourta counties and la the Court of Afpeate. Office In tun voun-uotu- e. to Bord, ic, fclJrtM For fall MrtleuUrs, JtBS. St. V. TRCEHEART. S. A K. V. MOCKER, SUnforil, Lincoln Co.. Kj. ATTORNEY AT LAW, HTAMOUn, ICY. T TKIIMS MODKIIATl. u ATTORNEYS AT LAW, HTAHFUItD, KV. Offltt oTtr llcAlialrr A LjlW'i Store. HOTILS. ST. ASAPH HOTEL, STANFORD KY. O S. MYERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, TIIOS. RICHARDS, WTAIVr'01t1, KY. OPENED TO t?roi'r. 22a-l- OOra with Jud(e fblllp. la lb. oqn.ir. T. W.VARXOS. WALLACE E. VARSOS. be an accomplished fact. In tome re cent experiments with hydrogen com pressed nt boU atmospheres, it was found, on opening the stopcock, that tho gas issued with a noise liko that Ar.,1 -uuv mmcr .,mcr, o.i n l. !iron !. uar .....1.. ...I.. U..u t.1 color, hail attecl-btu- e jet tuu- lue denly became intermittent, and then there followed a sort of hail of the solid particles of hydrogen, which fell with positive violence to the ground and produced a crackling noise. Af terward, tho stop cock was closed, and there was evidence that a crystallization of hydrogen took place within the tube; when, however, the temperature wat again raised, the gas issued as a liquid. express the musical cadence of his Rockland Courier. emotions. TES FUBLIC FEB. , 1373 n FARE, $2.O0PERDAY. p" mt. ltt MYERS HOTEL, MsS N. SID PLATT, .o. itL... Property THE BEST PAPER llcautii'ully lllustiiited INI1VNATJI COHOfKieCIAI. f 35TH YEAR. n.....;. tffJfi.Vj'j&uumimM llr, talis " .'U.a ttir LS PATENTS. roit ci:msi ... .ll. it.ic ,Mtm Journal. 1870, Friday Morning, November 7, ir. r. m The r.rH.v, r.ntr . Nr.w York, Not. C Ix-e- I.Tefii Tho HoiM elcc-tin- n Mjri: Ilelurm from Tuesday' In this State ttill corae In very received have lowly. Such show Iho election of Mr. Cornell, m Governor, by nn as yet unascertained plurality. There is a majority against Mm on the vote cast la the State of nt least .10,000. Clark- eon N. Potter. Democratic candidate for t,t. Governor, received in this city C'J.792 majority, the largest ever given, except once before, fir a can didate on n State ticket. With tho rel ol the Democratic State ticket Mr. Potter is elected. The Republi- Jmix SurnMi f tin inirpur "f making political wtal fin liinwlf and hit party, caused a statement t be published on the eve of the elce tlon in New York, that he bad reduced the National debt $10,352.000.. C2 during the month nf Octolcr. A Treasury official more honest than his chief, far that to till the truth, the reduction is n forced one, and was brought about by holding bark monHad eys due Government creditors. all the warrants drawn upon tho Treasury during the month been paid, tho decrease in tho debt would not have exceeded ono million dollar. It was understood between the Treas ury and the rem ion Ullice that no draft should bo made by the Utter during Octolior for tho payment of arrears of pensions although it is known that nearly $2,000,000 In claims had lieen adjudicated and were ready to lo paid. nine Zaciiammi Ciiandi.f.ii, teen years U. 8. Senator from Midi gan, was found dead in his M In the Grand Pacifio Hotel, Chicago, on Saturday last. The Coroner's inquest pronounced bis disease cerebral hem orrhage, which was no doult brought on by the strong effort put forth In delivering a political speech, which for ipito and venom has no equal. He was an earnest uncompromising stalwart, and it was mainly through lus instru mentality that Haves was made Pres ident over the man elected by the people to that office. Of him can be truly said that he did, perhaps, more than any other man, to create ill feelings between the sections of our common country, and a sigh of relief will go forth from the section which he so villified, now that the old codger is at last safely housed with his master, the Devil. t fr I doubtless secured n thlnls maioritr in loth branches of the legislature, though three or four diitricU arc Kill in doubt. The Democrats have elected their Senator in Conkling'j otrn county. The whole voto thrown for. Kelly throughout the State will not much exceed 00,000. The total vote cntt in New York City for Gove.nor at the election Tuesday, waa : Cornell, 45,010; Robinion, 63,. 548; Kelly, 12,130. For Hosfcins, 49,661; Potter, Dem., can have two- - "Fighting" Joe Hooker, hero of three wars, died suddenly at (larden City, tang Iland,of paralyais, on Friday last. He waa born at Uadley, Masa In ' ISIS, and was consequently, nearlr 70 years of age. His wife was native of incmnaii, wnrrr ni;rrniainB were orongiu d-EO-. ml laid by her In Spring tirora Cemetery. - The officers of llieFirst Nations! Rank Tun attention of our readers is of Springfield, Kr, broke np last Satuplay called to the prospectus of the Cincin In general row. The Cashier, Assistant nati i eekly uminirrriat wiueli ap Cadder snd Teller reolgnetl, anil one of tho The price pears in nn other column. Directors k necked the President down. An ot the paper is hut one dollar per officer from a febanon Sank is now In but the Republican party charge, temporarily, and It Is said tliM year, or it will bo tent ou trial thrcn is in n minority, even in that State. the eiubrogllo may terminate in the sua- months for the small sum often cents. In the other elections there are uo tension of the Bank. Club organizers are allowed ten per - The Comptroller ol the Currency reTho Republican cent, cash commissions on nil remit important changes. triumph of yesterday consists in the ports t ho whole amount of additions! cir- tance, ii sufficient inducement to isconsin. in election fo the Governorship of New cula lion bsned since the publication of his $1.1,- Midixtippi, thank God, is solid. occasion a ill tie exertion for that pa i ork a man whom this Republican annual report tn November, 1ST8, The Commercial is a thor43o ,3.. The total avrrage amount iuued The Democratic majority is tremen- per. Admiiiiitiatir.il spewed out of office for llie part twelve months has been at the dous, and the Legislature is over- oughly reliable' newspaper, and is not long ago.' The Democratic party rate of about $1,300,000 month. The among tho best of the country. whelmingly of that faith. again appears as the party of invinci Increase in legal-tendnolw deposited Minnesota gets a Republican GovPresident Haves says there never ble hope, of perennial vigor, which for the pnrpose of retiring circulation duernor by 12,000 majority, the small- was a period in which there was great no quarrel within tho tarty and no ring the Tear ending Nov. 1, 18T0,wa est for years, and a Republican major- er cause for thanksgiving limn now, foe without can conquer. The impe- $3,279,001, leaving a net lncreo of National bank circulation during the year nf ity in the legislature. and for that reason has named Thurs rial decisive Stale votes for tho g $n,4S4,3Si County officers alone were elected day, November 27th, for a charge government, lor the Demo Jixse James, one nf the notorious in Kansas,andon them theRepublicans upon the innocent turkeys. cratic principle, the American princi brothers, was killed by one of his confedA have greatly Increased their erate named fieorge Mirppard, near Jop- - llirt iwrbiafi th ot of Ujmlilts Lttrl; tiki will rssj ftolmuertfw fiei Jfmrniuu after the pie and protests against the destruc lln, Mo., a few days ago. They had made tion of the Republic by a central pow Election. n arrangement to r.b the Rink at Short GROCERIES. BOOTS, SHOES. In Connecticut the Democrats gain Tnft nvAmin imliliAinii rf h T?& er, lho Democratic party onco more Creek, Kansas, which is seven miles from and tho Republicans ono Senator publ!can pmiaAn rush t0 1C rises up,n party of shining devotion, of couxtiiv rnonucr, Xcv three, and of members pf the Assent conclusion that Conkling has become unalterable convictions, that will die where the killing occurred, but their plans were frustrated, and it was on the ALSO. J. lily the Democrats gain 18 and the sapreme, as well as the Superior Per only with the Republic Cincinnati retreat that the row occurred. heppard 10. ILUAIwntAU. t.Knci aiit, rvc. Republicans 30. ii r acit.irr. Llnscys, IHnnkcls, was with the James gang, when the Kus. Jeans, son of the Republican party, and that Lnquirer. Nebraska elects a Republican Su sellvllle. Kentucky bank was roLhed. il TltK touriVrsoiinio closes a long he has been empowered to place the FLANNELS, which time he waa cauiht ami mode to preme Judgo by 15,000 majority. This country at the feet of Grant Hut article on tho causes that led to tho serve lb. Klile three vrar-- i In the Peniten ST0CKINQ YARN.H0SE1HALFH0SE j uns tho only State officer voted for. this is a hasty conclusion. The Conk- Ions of New Vorlc, as follows : The tiary. of them nvrx makii To tho 31st of October Dr. Black- ling triumph in tho Stale Convention, Democrntio party can not hope to re slit inriuitMixiM. burn had pardoned from the Peniten- in the nomination of Cornell, was by turn to power ns nn appendage to Call, and yon will bemntliircd that tiary 58 convicts, betides 2 before con- the narrow margin of G majority, and Tammany Hall. Tho odor which iney eeu me best gtxuU ami sell ati i viction, 40 for carrying concealed the Republican disaffection with his Tweed created Is but renewed by Kel the lowest price. -- iiAVKornxmweapons, 30 for selling liquor to mi machine rule is bitter and strong, nod ly. Tho coming Presidential battle TWO COWS ASO CALVES STI1AYEH OFF nora and 80 gamblers whose. fines were! for this time, with much difficulty, to may be surrendered in advance. But, froiM in In KlinfunJ, on Mootlaf. Hmviii bravn A Splendid Stock of Foreign & Domestic Cloths & Cnssimcrcs, snJ ml row, with a remitted to the amount of $52,800, far restrained n to be but partially if it is to lo fought with a hope of h eo, wllh while roan nil. rirue ullr er el. I A. L, Hale or II. I' EuWnkt. This, indeed, is a uice record for Ices expressed. Conkling carried Iho Con winning it, the plan of campaign Suitable r.r l.'rnIO Wear, for I'all and Inter, In the f J. f. MAXWr.l.t. than two months. It is a fellow-fee- l vention by a narrow majority, by tho must not be dictated, as tho rejection OLD MATHEHY STAND, COR. MAIN & SOMERSET STS.. STANFORD. ing, no doubt, tbtt makes him so won awl of the New ork City vote, nnd ol .Mr. Tilden will Imply, by (he men l drous kind to the gamblers. through the impassioned appenls of who have puriwsciy Iot us this ImA HlNKsOMt: ?.OCTAVr, 4 HOUND nor.' Gov. Blackburn made a big blow his lnends for help, because he was in portant contest for iiosition. Mr. Til- eml Itanium A (Irir lljno, i4 an .rinlleai-lonei- ..l . 'I hoy Hill Cut mill Mukp Clullilue In lho IjiK-c- I MjIch mill A llainlln (lp.u IbmlH-Hden can bo set aside only for cause: rureJ. Uiounon or aUJrrsa In the Hot .Milliner, mill llinniiilr rsiilUliirlloii. Cl.llins unit in his inauguration speech against the toro personal need of vindication. In tall ltriMilrlng . on 11 j- - Dour. all probability ii there was to be a and there nre honest Democrats d W cowardly practice of carrying . blanlorJ, k'j. weapons, and promised that so repetition of the trial of strength ho enough to look to it that no specious lIMULaSLOlk. uriii.jMnt. I fee-A- re far as he was concerned, the law in re- would fail. He has beeu scratched or light cause no suggestion of still holding forth at the old from sinteanien I bate fir lata Bl gard to it should be rigidly enforced more deeply by the Republicans, who stand, and at usual keep a good sup- FEEDING CATTLE.b !.! sSALK OP PKIiSOXAIlT. "(Calllest Iba (arm of Mr. 1. L. DrCSSCll TlU'kOTS Hr suffice. There to the high as well as the low. He have been disgusted by his egotistical, disinterestedness-sh- all TraJrra waol.l ta well la make a Mle of Ibla. ply of articles in their line. is sticking to his word with a venr M. Illim will, unprincipled and presumptious course, is a principle nutate ns well ns a dlarllB3ifct laraalaa. riaallia-lON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, '70, geance, by pardoning them almost as than will appear in the returns, for policy, nnd the small plotters who .& serRemember that we keep every ! Kail talbebliaeal M.Uer, al Iba Jet. M, llaln 40O-fail ns convicted. Forty, in less than mauykelley men voted for Cornell, have encouraged tho conspiracy which (aiu, aa lha lllalit,J iaallte Tararikr iba thing in Staple and Fancy Oroeeries: fallaa-lalrauoahj on the principle that they were giving has cost us New York, will find, be- T C. MOROAX, I). I). R., two months, is the record. tstMl Uf hsMlM WMburttsrsl. MT ttltratnTlUh .Sugars, Coffees, Molasses, Coal 011, rWltoWlbst,UarVM lililfl. tiers!.. ftO.1 SrailU,roi,l.llliafri,aea, Yaarllao .l innn.,iNiMi.MaMeMii4.a efcarai, at. A statement furnished the iVo- - Tilden and Robinson a "double head- fore they nre halt done, that the cour tMk Iota Tea, Rice, 4c; and in Fancy Oroce- - or thatcrrrsrrn4etdtirofssl nul. ,7.ianl mru ,,m u h. n lllt'a (a the aama late. I i larrrla S4IVnu I anj Mmalal 7S la OlH. Wk-- al. IVb nrya. M'aaaa win by the Auditor, shows that the er." Tne election of Cornell under age nnd persistence will not be want HA rrnMANENTLY LOCATED Iba lluwra fanij-- a ealala auOf-eIhMiawar aial llafasaae riaaa; Ttarrwws aal. IS the circumstances, with the rest of the ing tn right all the wrongs that have rUKD, Klirortuepracllea or IfenlUtrv. UTAS. descrip- - ' !JdL,l"'to"Ji. !' 5 ries, Canned Goods of every la Url. all lM.lmianla BMamly far laraabaa mi- total amount of property assessed in W'llb UI Ibeni i'-4 aa: lleuae aa. ktlfbaa) laeltare. lw.aar I ha pnlnakn, and latjr jaara" tiorrltora la College Ivnlalc, . rmaal w.nv the Stale for taxatiou in 1879, is Republican ticket defeated, is n oor been pcrticlratrd and to settle the ac liTl!!Krn.iuil-lliillitOhl- o tinn. ftheeae. Rraelrara. Snteei. Ssvc. ao Ibat I may get itkllralea la Ihfiii lanital arllla tier thai all alewr I'am, iMil.iiircnla ara ..u... of atubla uia m sltfalj Bear In Ilia baulon of 1S4.V. lie bona to luerlt a nigral , iiuiiiii ,)iHniiin, ,,i ,,. ASnr. la llarlirr, $31517,875.00, which Is $72,504,-813.0- 0 sort of Republican victory. It cer count with thepi besides. We by no Iiau foulhekleMalnDlrrel.opuialia NaSea aallaUa Macearoni, Baiiins, If nts, Candles, am-l- l ( Slvl l;ilk la Iba Nalbuail IkakWxualWJ, baa,. Slavirr I Senator means givo up the fight for 1880. In lellioOUIlburtb. less than in 1875, and the lax tainly does not authorize Inilillrnot. laxmilaauiliia, all! u natrr.! Extracts, &c. ., ai.aiw aii.i, iiuiaaaaai. . ...wwww the history of wars aud parties many h. ou it $197,510.32 lexs than that year. Conkling to rle in the next Republi 1! leaablnbanJ. . II. III! I ! :. ii The shrinkage of values and the re can National Convention ami claim n victory has been snatched from even nui ii. nun ':, tur-Wlaid In Just before the late r.H-S- sO OF Arraarilra.aIHhemiliISFaMHaa that the State of New York would greater reverses. The work to lie uallljw., ISM. duction of tax from 45 cents on the rise, a good supply of Coal Hods, $100 to 40 cents, has occasioned this vote for Grant, and tor no other Re- done must be thorough, nt once bold Cherry Hill Kitchen Sets. Shovels, Tongs, and publican candidate, and he must there und unsparing. Whilst the politi big fulling off. fore lie nominated. On tho contrary, cians at Washington are wrangling "sieh." V. N. Hai.iieju.y, President of iWtUllsUo.prtuiiIljrl rciulnJInif tha the Republicans of New York nre ad among themselves tho iieople at home )ilifMintuM tod KiirruunJIng tounir ibat io. lb Courier-Journthe Company, confear We will aim, at all times, dumonished that if they would not per- must organize. Needless baggago & Oriinn.ciiti.1 Trees tracted last Spring for lis annual tup-pl-y MTR8AlinnEALERaiN ring the coming Winter, to ba able to mit their Stato to become a province must In left behind. We can afford of coal and is now promptly reTbej onlrteJorikarharrr illH Knraerles will l solid South, they must escapo to carry no dead weights. of the In our ih lanioni wr uaiirrrf, on mt furnish all who may apply with Ba ceiving from the Keutucky mines from the Conkling machine, which is judgment Mr. Tilden is as necessary 1.1TH way H tltnllLA.I.l Ibll.t.Alj (U.M .v&aI con, Lard, Potatoes, Batter, .OVKMIIi:it, nf nn .. to the representation and development r0'fi victorious only with the ni Atwr root rati: toJ all ba m orJrr m . cellent article for le. than .eve.e.,.. &c. We ask parties haying any (sMtsfsi lh um If the of the spirit and details of this gener- on that toitrtlraaosl tsar tutlLai iwut isrtunmlar tltj. Waaraawart delivered, while other city people are of the lammany machiue. d the articles to sell to call) bjr rrrr trtltMln friends ( Senators Sherman and al plan of reform as he was in 187C. laru.RfM lorrsj in uriiveriDx tsffni oiirn hUiltclr to wall, ou paying 30 cent. Mr. Hahlenians lb t'mt trttM uimui. on ns before disnosinn of same else-- 1 lilaine would bestir themselves, they All that was promised nt St. Louis Ihlw, biaay dtya foresight is worth thousands to him toy lla Waiaii.lt all wnD(. Wa U could divide the New York delegation was erfurincd. JT Those who are now queollr War isrnoaarompUlnlor tbat iblr rcuasj where; and we will promise to pay ar tbU tUjr ara luJiWenl U ilitftttu this lime. lrcssi died, thtut, luat?adsf Ustlacilia with Conkling, and so tend him to leailing the war on Mr. Tilden gnvo UrJlocMla Stanford, Ky. JbalUlKll Hut lbrr arc baitxlrvU nf the highest market price therefor in'Mil.fl Street, luwrdlnf Tut: actiou of the traitor, John Kel- the National Convention ponerlcss. the case nwav after thn nuenildinn nf lrew wbllafrnbaDil plaDllociLtut la auttja ilirrc tlvioaluroUliMl. I bay allow TeaU wbo wotikl ltUI lo glte iMr iblklrt'it a tha ., ran, nun, ,w .m goods, ara Is much like a man cuttlog off1 his ly, loar omosOmUusmIM. toUttss?y aa.1 I uitba Tbo great cajiacily of Conkling is no- I,Ollgres. aW IllCy Should UOt l0 per ircun,i"wu aiut lltaa abuae Iba oumrr-oi- n 'Irmtllr dead, sW thsrui a bum! iMiruiusMi at a rvjtV kr, (ur Ibflr iiotllln. Thla U bot Wtlf nose to spite his ace, Hg succeeded where so wabaieilswisMUaall h buotlrwl Am laUul largely displayed as when lie milted aguin to mislead us. Mr. Til- mean. vaifa bur a mtur iimm luwrouj but uu JsiTWe alio keep a complete stock, of raualrr who brJcrtssi twrtm of lha ltirrv in his desire to defeat Itobinson, but hates t ltA OrsMttHi lla MsVwlNg trrMM. Wo will Ho hates lilaine den may get out of the wny; but he IJlUurvrlntliUsis?asMa, ami aatbt art autoes' somebody. KV. Jy . of Qlau- - and Queensware, Lamps, Wo will koop for salo a full )iirilt vtgmt Uwu lo ftttf. Btkl Kirlso-- i in doing so has heaped the direst nnd hates Sherman, intTs?rT ara rtnaisia riiiaraa, and loves himself can not Ijo put out ol Iho wny. That aura ibat is, iim ) wvt lava no trauU, but t will flttvotli sthsI lb rsjsMiUitar wa oill UJ. ! will imr ' tLVUrtr all trrea Ttu,tjr on lb Ult. day of disgrace on his own head. The Ile- - nnd Chimneys, 4c. lino of tho abovo goods, all Uj uuliisoawal) iMWtibljr jsayusMHa f l aoth, is the long und the short of it, as we Nofuit.r. tbrlr wa urgti iba srofla to nutcuUr Grant. Tho result of tho elec Kii WbUb (if? Ilia j surrbaarf publican party owe him debt which tion, however, does not prove that shall be prepares! to show ns time IbaJir an4luufiual-D- ul vul tot tbrlr awu tittar aiitUlt ittalsV liana-mad- o . I, Isut fwr tbaukaof tbvlr "prwUt lo nnd of tho bosti n.,t...uj,r, Ilsyaoa laluk wbal a m- WWe expect, as soon as the sea-- 1 Mrrral vt out at!.. wert ,a Uttlua; watra er, su a New Yyrk ,, j(1 ,lU Intftsf IblrlriMi cvola rljr wUliWWwuf LU uUIu.ub Uu, ft l.,mU. passes. ttiruutjh tbU rwMinijr, but oulj ona will W bn to tnntorlal. tlrwi Tlia alva orfaiM aro sU to tmlnM son arrives, to lay in a big stock of i h atltl cap m ....., c... sv.jw uus. will Issisja. oihav sla luaka can State. Tho .Winy of Nations .o vvit uakr, i'i:.xr. ilrrris?albloslellivrr.wa IruaigihcirprowiiaantJflaosrU ot bwf Iba iwof. alf hj anal ! OniHlaM uwisfUl. Tba im or . tssi tlrlalijr will U Candies, Nnts, and otherarticles suit-- ' taaa is stated that Uen. Bhcrmaii has will not be f mud ciideiit uhiii the sU4i4mIi ttaltMM. IWjr la taro niU asi'U wi I'.lglitccii million tiusneu of coal are iimr irrraissu ma iiiuai jwrrubtr. wblrk too all its. m4 anl tmi asVttoo, written to a military friend in Chica- - poor iturality of Cornell, esjiecially ready for shipment at I'lttiburg. able to Christmas trade. II001J4 MHOS. tWltbrier, I'a Til (Ml AN. ay ilifomai, iiMitog llsota saool lo iojsBt go, that Gen. Grant luu an Important us the milted Democratic vote on put it, ait btttUuer llros. A Co., a urge Dry 0tM ts sllwr MttVsM. rttsr kl A MaFltsl4waf flit) JtWfl gbta Willi OS tl isTUN HiTOon't forget us when you want iVi ii III tin all hliKlxurri'iiiilr message to deliver to the people of the C'larksou Potter hows a formidable Goods Arm In tfilcagn, has failed with tl,. I'iillowluKara lltr ntiuvt of thorn who tara W i bo rtly.wUo UI h imm4,bt iVfuoa autaHa Jerai 710,000 liabilities. United States, which ha will first give majority. Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, lastr In our llnu ultls Cinclnall Commercial. i"aiiaiui r,eMa.awka,. a ainaiar ..J. II. tllulaa J N. Ilaila, Owing to the eilrems low water tn II. Ualullluii, Whi. fbUlar. lalutua t,ita ab4 Full lraai1l4lk arta lajew uu at U them when he reaches that city. . ti," swvtiiwtmni ..( i.. lyuiiicu the Ohio, the Kentucky ezcursfou to the Jtolrl SlMIUler, -1 UolIowware.Oroeerics, Confectioner- - mill lliiiiii-liJaba IVM'lva, " An cxpcrlriu ol 4biua. iw Mild iu. J. IL ItuaarlL, h. 1". IVwIU-lw- , We hojio tho message will be in lhee New York, though iwiii -"- -'" W. V. IVallaa, Governor Itobin Richmond ('a.) State l'afr was a failure, lir. Matte Kalb-rtes, Notions, Cigars, Tobaccos, Shot, more II..... u quarter or.. renin. 1 TA f ..A1 -- uur Mra.ll. J. Ilatb, llau. Vaugbit, liujuo nuiui, Ill'.iiaM.i.lt.l.l. i run son has not. The defeat Mr. Itob- but the fair itself, waa, as usual, a triW, Wslsaw, Uia. Maty A (J.1.. Jabu of a. a not and will pot be." Powder.Caps, Wads, &c. IV. II II.,., rj lllOllrl.lmllUHHtllHblfHIINlo! lrfik-iHas-- br aatlao saai aa Ibla J. W. Akaira inson was inevitable in tho face of a umphant success, II T. Iliub, UKHaab, 4 la lb limiiMl ItilLl.J (WJj, J. I1. UJ, The North Irutlo of New River L?. Gov. Jaues K. Cantiuix Is formidable Democratic or ironiU our the beat Ibomaa Jeimlfca'a, J, Jaul.a IC. Ualub actiog Governor in the absence of bridge ou lbs Cincinnati Southern Railroad II liJ.kMl, i.aac la. bolt against htm, uot by tho BSllllIn ill tV C's,., W. YralUlaNkl, Hauail I Hal, UUckburi, who bai gone to Missouri .1. It. WAllUKXslSOX, was computed last Haturday, and the enIT. T. Ilaliil. W. W. Urliaea, We hope the Utter will hundred or thousands, as was ex- tire brIJge and load will be completed J.(j. l.JUD, on iMMbifM, V m. Uarlla. lo Nlny," Inn urss hero ami run'! ' 80 luurlli Airune, J ax. II. llbtiar, AuJenaSliifalJ,Sr ,ral. pected by many, but by the scores of wllbln Iwelre dava. Joryet to coma back. a iMlaaHMi r. 1 ai .11 IM-- I is si is, vjii lll llu ll cull. KlUIaiVlt.' r KY Clen. In Prnmylranii, n Slate Trcaiurer and County officers were elected. The ltepublieans elect their candidate in the Stale race by 83,000 majority. Massachusetts dtfeati lien Butler Long, Republican, is for Governor. elected by h small plurality. Democrats lose slightly In the Legislature. The Democrats sweep Maryland by from 17,000 to 20,000 msjority. 71am-iltn- n is the Governor elect. Virginia elects a Democratic legislature. The Readjustee claim 25 out of 40 Senators, nad58 out of 100 delegates. Twenty-liv- e thousand majority for the Republican State ticket is claimed .V1. tlnuinindi Nn u any Ntate cuiilJ stand against nucha defection, and It is nmating that such a ilefee- lion in the Dcmncrnlie party In New iork did not entirely sweep away the parly success, when the divided Democracy confronted nn united Republican party, or tho Republican party almost united. At this moment dispatches show that the Democratic party has probably carried the Btato of New York by n plurality of fifteen thousand, whilo Cornell has been elected Governor by a plurality of from ten thousand to fifteen thousand. The imperial State of New York saved to tho Dcmocrntio parly In an hour in which a most unhappy and bitter quarrel placed that Democratic State in the greatest peril. It is n dangerous time when fifteen thousand or seventy-fiv- e thousand men within a party In one Slnto scratch the head of the ticket. It is a crest parly, of splendid discipline, nf fine devotiou, of matchless tenacity, that can pais safely through such a peril inside the parly, when tho greatest perils out side the parly also needed to lie overcome. Whatever tho effect nf the New York election may lie upon individual candidates,!! any, New York, in n trying lime, appears as a Democratic Slnle. Not even n stupendous Democratic quarrel In New lotk could give New York to the Republi can party, unnkling rises as a conqueror, not liccause he nominated the strongest candidate at Saratoga, lint because he elected nn unpopular can didate through Democretio derisions, and the Legit lalure is Republican, The power of Kelly, the tenacious Irishman, is evident, and it is not small. Tho effect upon Mr. Tilden must be coolly calculated. The great fact is of moro importance than Mr. Tilden't ambitions or Mr.- - Kelly's spites, and it is that out of this year's elections the Republican parly carried no State which was not Republican liefore. Ben Butler is beaten in Itmul U70.000.0ii pounds of bullt-rattmade in tin- - ..mntf.T annnallr, and in ' value Is estimated at $70,000,00'' t The recent election In California the Slut over$TS,000. Whatlteost the randtdstes ami piny msnajrer', will prolm-lit- ; rsmsln a. secret. Snow Ml reneraltv throughout New Kngltnil Mends-- , tn manr places It Is ' over a fool In depth, ami In some railroad tralnaarr lilorVaded - The totsl receipts of Ih Howard Association tlnrlnst the Yellow Fever epidemic, wert $7,1,8GZSr2, dlrluirsements $68,70,M, lmlsnr on nsml, $.3Sfl.81. Tlit people of Mound City, Illinois, which was almoal totally destroyed by firs on for night, send out sn aM for the snOVrtrs. Tin totsl los hy the llrs is cllmted at $210,000. TheClnelnnatl ftmlhtrn Hallway's nt timings for the quarter tndlnt; SrpKmWr 30th were $133,490 HO, whlck la about $18,000 mors than for the eorrespoiHllns; W IDtramMMTS. CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES, raeSjYiWOBBBBBOh. v xl S1 qnuternr last rrar. Papt. JammW. Jnlmwn, James bunt:' horn ami Henntck have sold lliflr Interest In the Vulture Mine, In OWaito, for $230,000; and Oapt. Johnson has Inrctnt farm In portion nf his part In s JSO-arIn Scott county at $80 per acre. This year's cotton crop Is Hhnsted at 3,000,000 bales, and more than half of It wtt produced hy wlifte labor. Tetss fur hl.lir. 1,000,000 bales; the lanrest product In the glate In any year before the war was 200,000 bales. Outon Is matins; a stand gainst Mns; crowded nut nf lejal Stanford, Ky., October 31, 1879.) If Mr. Thomas Pranrla Bayard could loot the classic female IrliOf countenance occupies the obrerts of tit DJ,lr' Pulhr atraltht In the fact without blushing for the wrongs b hu done her, his chances for becoming next I'resIJtnt of the United States would be Infinite) better than ther now are. Cincinnati Knqulrtr. Thoughtful investigation pays. We simply ask: call and examine for your- H. BRUCE & CO. ' selves. ir B. Mattingly & Son FURNISHING GOODS, AND HATS. u MAltsSGirALTi & KUPLIIY, ,t. n. tl MKROHAIST rlVXTOHJ5; OF LONG EXPERIENCE, LOST! WARREN m FOR &JUL.T3. i. sroiti:. VrA.3STTEr H'.OOO Ia, iiAiiuis xu.m:m,kv. im'OltT.WIKT DENTIST, 'Il'rril.al "' '"" TO THE PATRONS Nurseries! CARSON &DODDS, NDWDIIPAHTURK Fruit or ORGAN TRADE Saddlery, Harness, &C. MESyiBALOMCO. fl ;. nr . It r:i 'of (() r uir hextk HEPAIRINO. n.,ii. ZZZ - j.u, - orl. sVHHinoleuly"conio!l. II. lsii"J"b.i. .. -att - m if i ;i liilla hC(M rhilil, wliwc roiatcTte, -- Our reader will etn Sttrlby'a farm In llila any almrt COtnlng In lhl Imiic, when they riinnlr, r.tiaj hi flra In llidr ahuritca nml are told thai lit editor Int. baen lek In Imtmtl lo ilcalli far a day nriwn, IT A NVOn-D- , "tm Oar Hi innm Ju.i rrrrlrnl HruAKIWk, (amlldnle far Otmman-wnlth'- a cr nrrC liimnml .iilt.fiir rlill.Irrti, joulli. Friday MwnIdb, November 7, 1870. Aallnrnef. IL (i Warren, will aail laira Tkoc famila are new, wee ami peak al Altalttataee In Cetey county on neil Tlieailay, llth; al Hynmnre Meeting-hm.eh O Win im.r far it Interior Jour-9ia'n- ikafraMe lien It. Ibiiea A Mil January 1, 1881. lMIrOi Ibtyle it 1 1 Ait n aUtllrerilttmi'l ti. frt nrin I'urktrllle, em eminty, nn the 12th,andwill ami tart ti S months Free. not. the l.lli. Speaking ariow alaeni waafHitei Hi WetlneaiUr, hnl Il lainerl Into a I rat I of wettal mlnnlca aammenee al 2 n'ebxk at each place. tot ii, Mtrirr.s. ilnratten, rrmlmtrHJ aw raaialiliiaMT nf Hsue Aoain Cadel A. W. Menlgam-tr- y IH JsckW.It sweel hatr lolstresj. I he ileail f wlnle. Ihm been compcllnl Is return from the 111 ll para-from (1innllA mt U. Dltla, Kentucky Mllllary Inatilute on aeenunt of TilB Dbad Al.lVllr-Tlia-ma. I'm J. illfficnlljr In which he Inrolrnl. who waa (tleTcil a ilca.l, l.aa lnrnnl i New slept. .f pnelel knlreaal (Vnenll again In llic flrali. Iteraralia ilMrwtau. A number if aludrnta much larger than he , IVwnjrV leatlng and handling lilm pretty 1's.ifll ear 1'etnenlarril Mm at Owalr-- IlinrOe I lie letter arnl lierc In reganl In lilt were roughly, alien he nred a raior on one with tliliflHng olT lila mortal roll. IllraW. a pretty aerere tffeet. dinmAM (Ksetlpllsnt aeenratelj 8ai,t. Ne more feara nenl l rnlerlatn eHMhilil l CWiMWt A IVfint's. Nktt Htnnn Meat. Ik Matlinaly A eil alawl a anppl farllthl mntkrl, aa (ten. Mik-I.HW of MeMlr-f- t ami Ihetttfk ef IteiraA I). Wearen Ima acntrcil, lieyoml a ilaulil, a Hon bare vHreha-v- t ai llnitnm frier at fntnarnll A l"rte nndef the St. let, toanlre In nmrraw or Menitar, of a Irftrly, In the More-roorvimfV Ciiwai'I.t A I'ttmr Uv a eamiJele qnalllj.anpelae loan llilng tree in I Ma Aaaplt, and r added lirgely to II with new Intrntlen k In keep the of MhsiI Hints, Mat, I'enetl, MM market. S,,Ve good, of their manufacture In aloek, TakrTimcry Tlie IVmrukcu. Com (tuTer MrltnWtta a general aaaortment of grocerica, for (iH-sstr- t, IVvtla aat Innlm ec lire al once one of the man line ow boot", ahoea, Ac , Ac. The heal goodt at generatrr ceilt mw In rlaek of Geo. If, lirnea A Ok, the Inwett price la their motto, and II may uiin Prtva-iami iiranannecil kit of manrj la amr Hr-imy all, Ilia lrt data af lie OimnntH Il 17 sritrliu; prep- - gnola In llila line erer oa-ne- up in tlilt lo your Inleretl lo call an.l Inreillgate evij. iierrts .smnesirj (JoWXtr CocnT. The meal lmwtlinl market. erclirap Iho. MrlMnnam A wtaiki will now sell ;m eae before the County Oenrl latl Monday, the lineal I'awiler ami lest Sliel aisl lap iMx'r t'wndtrr Tlie tale of fleo. II, A waa an application of the Trutteea of the in lawn si lli leaesi market prir. Sam Ilriire, neit Tneeilae, lllli intt. Their f erilr U YWft eWJt Talc II la alieeparc titragraile, ami there will alto C H. IL IL to condemn the land of King A CVillon for Hallway purpoae. A Jury trial Cmmkh A IVhiji hare It rrxlrnl ! toll a nlecletof rattle ami liog,a large wat had and a renlicl aiuelng the dam VtWtm low an) MlWtlim gttaranteeil. amenntef com, anme wheal, anJ a numlii.tm-elrrJ. II AH II Siusks hsv ge al $1,000 waa rendeml. A Commit, ber of farming Implement.. He adreitle. loner had prerinualy rained a 4tndUI new lot nf Isiille ami the property Btiees, Hil lijr Ziegler llro , anil nient In llila Ihiic. and filed the amount at tS'iO, but the arrautlmrlcnltn warrant firlf lr Truttee were net aalltfieil, hence the a p. ACbJilwltin. The following rnm Wis Verpun IiiikI a Isrjr stock nf Shot-run- s al. The lot tnken ronUtna one and thirty-Ikmibleaml Slnrl llreeeh tastier, iltlun in a hnrte, j a Utile Lxir In Hlan-fen- !, ami IkjuMe am! SInr.1 Muttle I.naile ra of waa hamlnl ntye.ter.li. "Theliorae one hnndreillht acre., and hat a atnre-hmitIhe finest make Jlellobetle A Magg. la a Terr iitcful animal In rhle, to Jtlre (null duelling and atable on It. Ilrjmici Nrr (loot. Marshall A ami plow lit It Terr alrong, lint the IJon A IVititi: IlLtaaiKU. litiplry lare jiitl received a line of Hull-ln- s la much alronger. There I. nn Whrn Id IJon roara ami l'anla I'attrrna lliat ran not sa. doubt thai a firtl-cl- a merchant la a ponallil be excelled In orqitalllr It hltTolceaonn.lt Ilk thnmler. lie can kill tile Idclng o the ienple amid.) whom a man !r tliatlruV of hit paw, Imt he will wjll jnjr jri f call nl see litem he live. He knowa yottr wanta In the gg might aa wtll try tu lck a rinarrel not eat anj ihlng ileail." gooda-IInand alwaya alanda ready to wlllr a graven Iniagt.oru'o an; other Three Halu AsnCiiAixa. Jim Wick- them. All our rradtra know that iMnz at ire la sell enrolher pre ratln f..r Tile if T.l.ler'. Under 111 rrtham, who it aerilng out a renlencaon Ilayden llrothera arejutt audi merchant.. Ointmtntran l hail It la the only reine-i- lr the rock pile for rarryliigconccaletl wrap- - With the Itttnmt ahilitr, financially and far Hie llial will cure obstinate raica, ona, gut awar again thltvweek; Imt wat infelleclually, they an enableil to buy a I'rle 40 Ha, al Mcltnbrrls anil FlargV recapturnl, ami now he aita breaking rock Ircmtndou alnck nf goodt, which they ItMHiLE anJ limp no more, bill lan( with a ball anil chain to eaeh leg and nnc alwaya do. Nothing In Ihelr tlock la on jour rrutrliea en llic &M rakrn cgt ami None of il la nf the rnia arouml lilt neck. The law In regard lo lhe"rhldy"otilrr. ntle II. Cm Amiluniljr lo l hftillr nircil. KhruniatWm, CVmlraclnl " prlwnera altonM 1 tietl an aa ahabby genteel kind. All their goodt HlllT Jntnla, KmatrJ Feci, Hca.1-aeli.MiMin, In of raraie, from calico In clothing are of the tery llirarlic, I'aln In l!irat, Kl.leanl to double their aenlrnrea rate will jlf'il la lliat owrrful rrnmljr, ami we hap our neit Isgtilattitr will beat, ami all are warranted aa renreaent- nl Lmtwn a l.lhlnmg Unlniriil, ameml il In that eflrrt. wlitcli lKenl for man ami Iwail. 1'ircSO Heatixo Kimk. John V. A rural-ur.W.IHflMCfX a Ixlllc at MelUtla A StmV da. Waggoner, IhellaptUt pieachrr, waa lrle.1 - Cark Tol. lAti Sunday, Elijah J. by tha Quarterly Court tltia week and acvr.itbox.t quitted, on technical gruitnd',of the charge I'. Carr, who had never tried the matrimoXia. V U KlartCT kft rt4mnfU ftw of atealing gnoda from Sir. Alfunl; but the nial atate before, waa united in marriage to Mua W-Waaa Haiatct ftir IH U jury gate him aiily daya al hanl labur for Mr. Malinda Todd, a giiahing and charmrjlr'- - P. CVit.Ma. W lUrcl-Wtaklrla from Mr. Otla ing young widow of 23. a la culling the aaddlc Ma.ll. - DAVfao ftiMrao-e- . On the evening Nrwland'a tad. lie, and now the iiorel alght MwnlUlwrrt. Mi. ft T. IHtwaHaa kaa wmri la Mr. J. X. of a preacher with a ball ami rlialn lo Ida of the lib, by Elder 8. H. King, Mr. W. I IIawkiii and Mia Meota V. Mni-xoUmm. rtavfla mrk-pllleg con aratril - MlMHlallHW MI4 Mr. It. W llHtrl al atentng be aeencounty atide a were made one llrah. The twain had for. hit tin. la tho latir Hl4 wart. been lurer fur year., and the happy con- -- . naAMtaii CWaa,4 llMUarlaK tbMI Von FnkmtlvnT. SherilT llitighnitn animallun of their youthful dreamt la a It lhiia twitoa IW rl. ami two guard, look the four priaonrra n -- UK . object nf congratulation. Xl'-MMr. Dawaon it x liw conTlrteil hit week, lo 1'ranlfert, Wnlnea. an indiitrIoua and thrifty young gentle aaaalai It WiiWay BW lay. Amelia ICnibry, a negro woman aen- - man, who ha arccntly fettled in Miaaouri, M(mm Utav U Hnaa aan Mlaaia fenced far a year far grind larceny, waa and hi. biide I well known for her many larMI llwiwlaaaia. " wa. aenl hr lelr cbarm nf eraon ami mind. They will nal taken, aa a k (Mkml iMt grajili the morning .he wat to leare. The leave for Miaaouri Ma Aaaaa CHiaaiLt Laa MatfJ la ta neit week, where the Kaal HaakM fMaa," aMf rantMHr.1 ay kla af woman eipccte to lie oantlned In a few beat wl.he of hol of friend, will follow J. VT. UaAlaXw. H niontha, ami thla alane waa the eieuo for them. Mm Mauia rH aanr, 4 LaarafttrrtanJ Mka tho pardon. Tlila la an Inducement fur ).--. 1 rf.s. tillering women luge! clear of one crime TMIm Ka Marrr lata -- Mu.naa.il. Rtuut, tMitaf rwial flat by cemmitttng another. . Pr. W. U Stepheoton Srern rNo-cOatMaV la llaa. J.k P. Ilrwa, Ml VTrJimlir I Krescii AXt (IriiMAK. We iindertland dirl in Crab Orchard, Monday night laat. rf M avriaaJ al rmliUr(. Kr. Ilia that Mr. O. 1'. Moore, for aomc yeara Ma. Iataa lUarraa, aba irrmtatfl from the effect, of an eaccMiro lite of HafarJ loaja al WW IVIaai at Ik. aMtllnfar in Mralern Language al the IV morphine. Several daya before Ida death II Ona l4f .1 Mi;IH, kMnlatanl. a -- CWulciiinar, r.L Oalwa Crtlf, aaJ mal I'olltgc aul Kentucky Weateyan, of hi. jawa were locked and Ida agony, kept conatantly under the Influence of 'Jaw A.H. Mrn.MM llalaua.J . IIiji,J Millertbiirg, Kr, It glrlng lewona in rlaat aal aaakf Tali Hartal la klila j tkaalr French and (lerman at the Stanford rV Chloroform or Morphine, waa terrible to kaal tika a laa-J.- y a Ma4a aflernoona of Monday wltnea. Hi funeral waa preicbed at the male Cllege on MMilTHT, JaatatrrafMr A. II lUul, and Thiiml.iT. the Moore will be pleatcil Church, here, by Itev. J. C. Mr. laat a atfa M taHratf aailwarf4 lna, aMi( and Ida remain. Interred In raMakaiaa4 paMila., baa ukra aaMpsmioa a tu call upon any partita wlthlng to take Caldwell, aaaaajai a auki att4a al poafeU ak) aarf prime or claaa leuona in either of there Huflalo Cemetery. TaBClrwaaa aftkla 4m will rrfrrt la laara language, If they will leare their niiue I'lrrn. Elder W. C I'i(-er- , a minla-te- r tkat MtM Paaliaaa M4M, W MMUIaWi, kaa ltra of the Chrltllan Church, and a teacher with MclUihcrte A Stagg War rMllkaa a. BMawaal Iraaa.r ka Ik lataw vf of many year.' died at Elder Bka It a mat rMluia. Wa M. aa4 r. Hkk kakaat. ltimiT Now la the time lo make pre M taaaf Iftif , an4 aaa aalmMH; laird kf tka S. II. Klng'a, onWedncadiy evining. Elder paratkme far Winter. The alt one will ilkaailt aarfM kw caalral - llMaaUa rlaar Itper bad made Lexington Ida bom up to 11 A. C RarHianaa, l4 . a krijlil raaaf nut defer It for a mere conrenicnl eraton. September laat, when he accepted the pod-lioMaaaar af Ik. ftaaawa kar, la jaMcraajr la MlW In nothing la It more needful to make them of Principal of Ml. Xenla Academy, la aaaaa Wlira riir taaakaklr Kaaualll;) la than in aelecling your winter tuppiy of 1 where he haa been engaged tinea that Wa Aaa kaal N Thank the I.ord that pavara al atatav J, aa.1 goo.lt and chlhlng time, lie waa a frail, alckly looking man yon hale the meant tu buy them with, and a aanl aaimt lnkag ataaairt. aa art aara when he came, and we judge that the eipo- llaa a kakjM lalara aUa bin. lilt aiaar IflnJt the good ten-- e lo aelecl, and then make Naattrafciaaaf allfc aalawa. aa4 al.li Mm lk little tu Ti.ll Hie Meura. Ilayden Ilroa, attre of country life waa loo much for him. (.neurit. Mra, Charlotte, widow of here In Stanford, where all your aanta can VTkkaa Ika ylatiara kal aalaalar P"' be aupplieil, and for a eery little moner at (Jovernor II. 1'. Letcher and aitler of the laklaa. allkaaaaaWrafikaialallmrflkalHak. late Chief Jiutice George llobiuaon, died It, a a aaat alaaaal aaaaw at Mr. W. II that 1V the thing', and, when the win It aat llawHka af tbalrra ter wtmla howl about your dwelling, you at her home In Frankfort latt week from the cfTteta of artenle admlnbtcred br mia. ttaaaaa'a Mk linkpOar aaj tha ink analrrrurr laugh ami be merry. af Ukt mairttga Ilk ralhaaata allt baa nrrar can lake for burnt alum. The IVovkhi Mja bllrf to r.kiktala raffc uluin af Ika day la Uat Cul'UT I'AY IViiMM. John Tuuatlll, an her father was a member of the firat Counaiaan, aa4 alw ka prcnal bar Ifeaa laril allka oTergrown aiecimen iif the oraHi lome, ty Court of Lincoln, of which Mercer then lalrafpaaia. Tbaala wtra aa kaaJ. rt rallirr came to town Mu'dar, and after Oiling hit formed a pari. He waa elected a delegate na Ikalf lavfar ttli, Ikla !. a aaual IH U C Maaaav, a gratlaaMa aka raiata bide with mean whitkr, aallied forth to to the Virginia Convention of 17S3, railed kaa bawlM la ai.lrrr.niaiaaal waai Likaara. take the town, lie hauled up at Mnaea to ratify the Federal Conaiitullon, and alto MaatarJ tor Ika iarlka w bk rralwi.aii. Ilalta Klmvre'a, Knocked in a pan of window. member of the Virginia Leiltlature ralaala ot Iba Uhi (Mkfa af IVolUlrjr, kaa ba.1 the the Convention. He, taaaljr raara' vllirtkace, and It aaafcirnt Ibal ba glau, aiuaahed a ahow cite, and when Mr. rtH alia Ika hmm.1 I liar, aill talUtMtku. Ill rtfrra (I. W. llobl.ill, an innuceul prirale ciliicn, with Patrick Henry and all the Kentucky lalbarMltNMiif lamii, tai.tHtiHk, (Mum. walked by with a big atick In Ida hand, he delegation except Humphrey Marahal, voUaaa4 HaMMtlUa, abrra Ita tavl liiaan, tor took liiui for pollceinan, and lit Into him. a ted againtt the adoption of the Conatilti-Hort rrt.l.at at la bk aaMlbialtoat. OAf la Ika The Marahal waa callnl, and though Tun- Al an early age the married Hubert IK a taa kWr aratlal br Will fralc, na.il he Mnkolitl Cbunrh. who wa at that time a citlaen l.ll. Ika aoLL ar naaaa Iblt arrk It aa felkwa. tlll awore that he could not be taken,hu- I. Tiik waa rooii cogitating on the frailly of of (lariard county. He waa elected tu 1L1I IVHtor, II A Admit, J II. I'utllt, (r.b Or. man ambition, within the walla of tho Congrcaa In 1S23, eucceeding John Speed ibard. T T.iarlra,Mra.J. N.rral(,J. K. Mnil. W. Jua (flkr, Maabrd) J. M llieokt, 8.a IluMia county jail, lie waa kepi confined till he Smith, and continued a member of that raluia, tj IV. r Ilnx.lt, Jm lUUrlt, A. J. aubrrcd up and allowed tu confeea a flue of body until 1S33. In 1810 he waa elected galtui, Mb Mnaaa, CJil. Caklarll, naranliurc $.1 and cotta, In addition lo Ihia, lie had (lovcrnor, appointed Minuter to Mexico In llagb ligaa, Oaik'a I'atk, Ma., by Wiu. tafta, tu pay Mr. Elmore for Ida glaaa, making lSli, and died In 1801. Upon hi election , K. Ilabla, lo II. HaclrUn, Uauiilkl Mill Aana ll.ir.llt, Uaratlrr, J MT. II. Mutpbri J. P. the hill Jit SO for Ma fun. He will know aa (lovcrnor he removed to Frankfurt, Mar-ll- a, how In debate bimtelf when he cornea which continued u lie Ida reaii'ence until Ual.l, Atlanta. Ila., by M.N. IWfaua: Wat llalla llas II a Iraarkrw, Klilitlllr, Ma, gain Ju liurth, a nomadia painter, hit death. Mr. Letcher wa a lady who, MlHUlkjMdMi.qalary, llarlda, ltoM. V Par waa drunk and dlaorderly, and after ind. In her prime, w at rontpiciiou equally for ban. Ilk llra.1. Ma., by Mn. Kwaa M. Walrra; J.ko W Ctiikc, V. II. Oalatan, llall'al tlafs B. ing a night In jail, waa relented on a fine her accompli.limenl of uitml and grace of V. M. Iiiubltrar, of K liadJrrar, Auburn, Ky fi and coat. pvmuii, adorning every ttalioii lo which Htuanirl, by UwU IuJ Irnn Mlta lima ("rati. OiiTucedayJackSIm-i- , the aa called by the prominence of her A I'la-roIfoa.1. Prraautllla, by WlllfrtU. a youth of eouie eighteen or twenty Sum-iner- dlatlnguiahed biiiband. She waa in her I.OC.tl. II ATI Kits. 87th year, ami waa the great aunt of Mra, came In from the knolui with a com1, II. Carin, on trial lal panion, and after inrcellug the grcatei ain't, Judge Ow.ler. Acqiiirrro. fur aiiiwliivt; wliliiiilrnt tuLIIIHlrw-t- t of hit Ulthy lucre in "red eye," went tip to itKt.iaiovs. our delectablo auburb, Mackarille, tu form M)ir, waa riiilllcil. There will lie nu tervice al th Meth-odlthe acquaintance of the low female clurao-ler- a ( iiai. Iim Junil from 15 lo 3A ctnlt In Church next Sunday, except Sunday Atrlvcil in that there do congregate. Irw llian a ik. An.l a arc IrM Hun the beautiful city, lie aenwlcd a negro School. The Church I undergoing re- lliitly lultca frum Ilia Sllnra, luu, ll'a an niin and aked him to ahow him the rope ialrt, iiiijaMilitm. Tho meeting at Allien, Fayette counThe nrgru gare lilm a bit of "aaa' liutead, Waoomi. (Irak l. Wcarrn la in iccril whereiiiaui Mr. tilma whlptxM out a pitlol ty, conducted by U 1. Wllliainaon haa thin far In HI addition to tlie con-- I aUwinf Vt4nUff( mil It ilaily lo ahow that he waa one of thom) kind of of lii ilittilliuttng lliwn U HinKsra I1111II urt "hta-amthat would ahnollf fuoh.il with. Al regal iun. Itev. N. 11. Johnaon write a fullow nfllieceunljr. the aighl of the weapon the negro quietly II from llrodhead : ''Our meeting la atill in Kisaminadlk. 'l'"" al Oa.lfr.VllIiiui' walked off in acarch of the Marahal. will proitrr; can't nay at preaeiit when atuaL f Hlmra, Dtnlva, found him and ciwerled him In where Hi ami ciaiiitnc llic-lcloae. Wa have bad 19 addition! up to ill. 'Ilia nuLe aatal vnlrr far akjr young men wrre. Ilia companion waa futnid to le unarmed, bill whin the Mar- Ihia date (Cth) and many are Inquiring the In llicir line. lliinK .. ahal ran Ida hand down Kima' pockil he wav. The church I much revived and Umii. I'. l'arrult will tail or lr.uU you drew il forth with aa ngly looking little encouraged." aWniarr Kawiiin MaaMnaon Iwtlar Irrma pUtol aa waa ever ateu. Quarterly (Viutl llian can lx ovttlmkt fruiit any Ualjr, OM being In waalon, Hima wa trolled before II, I.AMl, STOCK A.l CHOI'. luai'lilnea taLrn at a fair ralualian In and in lean time than It lake tu Jell It, a -- W.A. Halt bought of John M. Hall ihaiiga fur Ilia new Hingrr. Il i In Jour Jury had given hi in head, tin daya' Impriaon-men- ! 80 aheep al $2 . Inlrriat In ara III 111. and lined lilm fX. On luaring the John M. Hall bought of al. Hill, KiiiTEU. --Tlie laJlaa uf Hit Cliriatlan Terdicl h burat fartli in a torrent of tear, cattle of 1.315 lb., at 3 lo 31 cent. Mom tliureli will girt an dcjianl aii'ivr In Ilia but the harddiearted jailer locked a ball Calller, of (lilbetl Creek, alUnal DiiiL not Tuw and chain tu Id leg, and in a few uilnutea bought 10) hogt here Monday, at 3 cl. rxHimaorrr tlie rock-pil- e ila nljlit fur llio Uuelt nl Ilia tJiurcli. more he waa on the paying the IL (I. Collier told lo A. T. Nunnellcy Ailiuiaaloiu fur (rawn will b a lot of hog, wttghlug itr, T8 wnlnf nally. Thla little eipcrU-inlb, al $1.36. chlljrcn, 4Urvnta, Thouiaa l'alt aold t John M. Hall cvrrjr lw.1 allnij, worth many dollar In 8iiua, and we Imp nml, lijr ail uinlaleriug In de wjnlt uf llic many olhrr huiiUIi youth allt pn.ut by lila premium oa, arlihiiig 1,0H lh,al3 liuirr man, I. tip a igai.l Kuac it.likewl rent. ,o he Alienor ,iioiirn;iI. rirmm Mnnl livr ,.1, l' XT (t ti titrf I'. lift; m.lt. ftt, al llk (irn' u H,ntaMa4ltw. auk '' n. kJa Jr al ml nf mlt lt V Smith tu Mia. Marf A Itignev. linn 1: Arr 1 1 ns. KcriMunrThey left immediately for Misannri, ihelr future home. " DISSOLUTION 0FCU PARTNERSHIP IHuhterar. Rev Mr Sslln, a converted Jew, I holding a protracted meeting at the lisp- Tfc pflrtnmtMi hTHfrr in. f tfttMa-- M lit list Chnrch The Convocation of Ihe Rvtry tMtatj m tNr tor iha Fell and nntKaal iM nthM Hftf U timWr 1bItH ' . 'MnatMlt. RUhfnl Xtasas. kl Mlnkler ef th Episcopalian Church ia Winter teaaV. Our I. now eerapM roilfft in ftM ttvl mt tti tCuHM. "3"ih mi. now in session in Danville, ami will hold In every department. iiihfAUp ttfn ti twt Its meetings until Fiidiy, the 7th. Irish linens, table ihntftsk, towels, crath-c- a, Danville Itaa at hat secured Ihe loca. Ac. lion of the Machine Shop on the C 8. IL Fell skirt nrsl sits Is for ltdle and W. Tho Trutteea of the rod oflereil lo children. locate the shop here If they could get 40 BMmoTtlftf Vtwk wjlJUiicrr I.WBPI'IP We call sptrkl allewlinn In nnr khl ami . fai(aa Hl.a. ?Lt. ..... Dtirci, i'tssiiit vanoitn iifffi, If acres of ground and $5,000. The money Ilerlin gloves. will In trw dnjt tTT. t ttrr nffH Hm rt u 'll anJ ad aaa IllaUlntnt. hundred. (Ml. SterllngSenllnel. was secured, ami Messrs. Jho. w. Proctor, New stock of ihhI all sUllis, win Silas Ilstigh has Mild hi shtngle-m.- v A. f. Ilehlmwn aold to I1. T. Oenlry, ma. nWmtf nrtcrr. G. W. WcMi, Sr, and M. J. Durham, were dow shades, Ac. Magoffe and lilt son Will sent of Hnyle, ten I,2tt)-lfrcillng rattle, at chine lo Ladles', gent's ami tMhlrtn' underwear it Committee to Cincinnati to conlam. They expect In commence cutting fer with the Trnatees. A telegram from at popular prices. 3E3T. DB3EVTTOJ23, $104, ami five l.ll.Vll. cattle, at tUO at the spring near Jndah Mr. Durham announces the resnlt ai above A. it. Feland haa left al our office a ahlnglea While ami gray blankets in 10-- 4 ami or KTAnronp, stated, batkel ef large cach-hlow 11- -4 potaloea of Ida rtaattna. at very low price ! rrltii Uitlnff kxorUtrHl hlmte-with lha J. a Dye lost a little girl about two aeenKil crop thla aeaaon Brmnf One of Ihe most contpicnon They welgheil sign In Zephyr shawls, nubia., formls ami teks, aolk-ll- (UtRtr, HrnDLMToM A Co., tha petromiirfl af afa fJmU n Kpnirwkj m. S. town Is thai over the reiding rooms of the In a variety of style Tear old, latt Filday night, and nearly a pound n piece. ad prteea. All iuwk ranilcn! 10 ih UnUm PtVk Yinlt, (in 4 Intro Yird, (torlnftnn, Kf l Meaara. I'll Nnnneller and John Newell lost a little liny about two yeara Y. M. C. A. In front of this stool the, Our Mock of prints were selected with tkliout I, efwill barirtfullr hnllct aoJ rrmttieHi Arm, ir Hall ahlnped aeveral cara of cattle to Lin old Sunday night. He wa burled in the "colored small boy." Ilia face wort an ex great care; we hare all Ihe newest styles (rprotapllr. Funeral premion of abstracted earnestness as he out. tlnnatl thit week, and getting nn bid en M. E. Church, South, Monday lied, gray and white tallied darnel service by Rev. J. Oodby. Home Grown Fruit Trees ! them there, rent Ibem lo Philadelphia. kept reading and repeating lo himself in l'Ania Counr Day Hetween 400 and -- Her. O. (). Itagan baa gone lo his minis unvaried monotony, lit then plain, white, red, grey, Shaker and plaid flannels. I Ihe London Circuit, 500 cattle and price a little depreaaed 2c terial work, which hurries 'round tht corner and take In tow Best Varieties, Truo to Name liidle alii find the best sssorted stock to 3e. Aliout 150 mule olTered, and and Ida son John, lo his Circuit at Flahlng "C. S. II." No. 2, "What yon tell me dem of Dress Goodt In onr iHmte In be found Creek, and hit son W. H. lo his Circuit In letters stand furr' "Young- Men' Sosha llH- -e ld brought from $0i In $110; a Any moa, porpoftti.it t an archard, ran grt flnt-rl- a Rev. Wm. O. Souther- - shun." trrwt it few alngle mule at $100 to $140. hair lha ntuil prt tr A gieat Harlan county. "How yon make HT "Y. for In the city. We have a large and elegant tint of la cormnlllnit land has returned home from a preaching young M, for men's C, foe Sose, and A( many common liorae pretty generally aold MMfrm j, 11, jttrr.no, dies', gentlemen' and children's hosiery, tour In Pulatkl and Wayne counties. He for athun. "(tfltk)nt, Kr at fair rate; from $20 lo $105. in all grade and colors. also preached at Mt. Moilali Church latt In Cincinnati, wheat was In light tup-plC 1. C. 11 Bowman, Persona!.. Our slocking yarn are from Ihe Lexing night. bul there waaonly a moderate milling ! while stepping from the train to Ihe plat ton iioolen Mills, pronounced by knitter demand, and the market tteady. Prime to form at Iht crossing on the C. 8. R. W ntrinel City. the smoothest and liesl yarn In tht market. choice amber quoted $1.27 to $1.23 on arOnSatnrdaf, tha 4th laat , Iwvmra cam ta Messrs. J. W. Hocker and W. II near Islington, In some way, mimed his We desire lo rail Iht especial attention bout, In tb.(atiotttSiaillfa Wntftf lloaloa rival, and one car prime red aold at $1.27 Miller were in attendance at our Police tooting and recetreu some severe bruises to our handtome Block of TlII,tnriain(atrownherf, II htvi hlh, ,.Uen. Jas. A. r.kln. Assistant Ouarter. of Iht ladle on lamlirg. TMrtoM. rlfbt I.I&4 and Mt hrm foot lltfhlljr Idle nominally quoted at Court laat Saturday, engaged In the cue of Master-Generof the U. 8, Army, sta cloaka and dalnitns, yery elegant and whlta on iMidf?, a mat! atir la tha (brehen-l- , amu $128lo $1.30 for prime to choice. Inferior Ihe Commonwealth is. Johnson A Gibson tioned at Lmiiavi h. was In Ihnville latt to baa natural fmctt. Ihaothrr a dark.li cheap. marr, JAIjC haniUhlith, 4 ataraoM, no mark, as sample rang down lo 51.05 per bualiel. for keeping a llpling house without li- week, Inspecting the graves of Ike Federal fioth anlnula wart Rubber shoes, Arctic overshoes for wo- pltfl. condlitoii. Tha wanihod o front idJ mt r :n tmJ dlaappcaml mrahrl-onilThe Cincinnati Southern tracka have cense. The case waa continued till next soldiers Interred In our Cemeterr..-Ml- st en Kuadaj, leaf Iim lha atock. If alMcn, aa I Sue Lvne, of Henderson, It visiting her men and children. Men' rublier boot-- been extended lo the United Hallway prraama thy wan, thla la to Dotll tha owur that Saturday. .Mrs. uiarirs jutt the thing for farmers, who are com oroiner, in nut county ba ran obtain them hj ralllaa; on ua, pmrlrrf pna- Stockyard, and live slock can now be la- 8. A. Middlelon ha associated with Mitchell, of Cincinnati, Is at Ihe Central pelled In be out In Iht mud and snow. xij aBu ijin eii rrvrxQDEEris ken from polnta on the Cincinnati Southern him In business, Mr. I McCord, lately House. Ort. 13, 11. El. A Nini'NOX, Brown and bleached cotton, nine and W7-- tf The Y, M. C A. havintr been In ses UnatoBTlttf, If or Matlnna on the Knox vlile and Rich Irom Crab Orchard, Under the new firm sheeting, pillowcase cotton, sion for four days, adjourned an Sunday mond branch of Ihe Louisville and Naah of Middlelon A Co, they hare out mum. sue jutt preceiiing me chevioto cotton, plaldt, apron checks, drill- Elcclro Medical Batteries vllle road, and delivered In the flock-yar- d a large and well assorted stock of all kind farewell ami adjournment, were qnlte Iming, Ac in fact, every thing In staple pena without driving, ferriage or similar of merchandise; which, together with the pressive. 'All In members of Ihe Associaand resident, joined cotton. detention or additional expente. An.l Inairamfnta lor pbrtlelani pleasing and obliging manners of these tion, both visiting Ath.f t! Mil I. A We have made a special cfluit to have andfamlllea. IUstoDab)a la prlff, 11 aittia .tvii7a aim vuiijj 1117 iiuiii, iiaiiu Cattle are even lower gentlemen, render It Impossible lor ctutom-er- s li.la coo-"Blest be the tie that binds our bearta in our atock of Trimmings complete. You conrfrtttrnt and aJtnpla ot latttina; than latt week, with price as follows 1 ruction anil capabla lo leare without satisfying their every Christian lore." Mr. Jas. F. Ilitber, of will find black, and colored silks, black and Indnred currrala of all of flood lo extra rhlppir, 3je lo 4cj best want. was elected I'rertuent; u. J. rcqulrtd Indfrfa tntentlty urdlMl liouisvine, butchers, 3o lo 3Jc; medium, 2e to 2c; Wrren. of Centre College, and W. S, colored satins, Pekln stripes, blaex silk, praetlcw. Heal lialttrlea am man L The health of our community It Im DO per cent, cheaper ufacturfnl. thin to common, le lo 2c. Hog are proving. Mis. Lulie SIcFarlan, who haa florvus, of Owentboro, Vice President; J. velvet, velveteen, Ac, Ac. tbaa other. lVleeaar tha braaai 11. Deatberage, of Louisville, Secretary; Canton flannels, 1,000 ynnlt bought July Hsanl.1 lit tA..J tnt. t.L.I aWaaWTIii J- 1 I iiiviiNirit jir, fsviiiu somewhat lower than laat week; choice to been very low with llila epidemic plated tlJOaitra. IVnt by expreaa on receipt af Graham Smith, of Augusta, Assistant Sec- let, alnce which time they have advanced tav7 viituwi iitivu 1ilivatl(ni M butcher., $.1.85 to 3 00; fair lo good, $3 80 retary, ia now recovering. The malady from one to two and a half cent per yard. H, r. TUUMAN A CO. tu $.185; common, $3 to $3 25. The aheep during Us visit here, required the sacrifice Manafactoren' A(nla, Rockcastle copxrr. We propose to give our customers the ad and lamb maikel la dull, and It take well of two of our loeely little girls, Fsnnte 2S Conrler-JournBlock, Loalarllle, Kjr vantage of our early purchase. Jit. rernsn. Ha tier lea repaired. Mention thla paper. 80S-fatted aheep to bring 3; common 2o to tiorris and Nratta Pennybaker, sged each Dr. J. W. Grant, of Lnn. Come at last those extra fine home Peismsai 3 cent. three years. Hut we hope, though misting caster, waa here a few daya Ihia week, prac- made boots, with top soles. Many of our In Richmond latt Monday, the best here, their names are cillrd among Ihe ticing hi profession....CapL B. F. Hoi-matho aarat Two Bcsirnblo Ilcsldcnecs feeder and shipper were in good demand bright angel throng gathered around their of Manchester, Is here on professional customer have !ecn wearing Erery Mrs. U. 8. Meld, of Harrods- - kind of boota for twelve months. INSTANFOnD and brought $3.60 er cwt. for feeders; precious Sarlor In their new home nf eter business burg, is visiting her father, Capt. Jack pair warranted. Look at them ahlpper per cwl; yearling., $22 to nal bliss. John Linton, a sprightly 1 In clothing, we can say without fear of head; calve $12.50 to $18 per $27 young gentleman from Hew Hone, Ky, contradiction lliat we have the best and (i a 11 tt Ana rof.vri. was in town lasi eunuay, visiting Ills oroin head; mules aold for $00 to $110, a numI dent tarnl tha hotiMftfiil Lit iaw nrrunlaxl er, Hm. Union...... Mr. Max Helman, ol cheapest stock ever oflereil to the icop!e of iViilcflsfcr. ber of extra pair bringing $250 lo $275 The houaa ton ulna am pi been in this county for Lincoln, buying direct from tlie largest by R. II. Wearen, Many eye are turning toward the Lexington, ha room, la pleiaantlj altuated and haa all tha nerea-aa- rr .... Hen. IL P. Langfurd sold last Wed- two weeks, nurchaslnir old Iron. He pro manufacturer In the United Elates, glveu lc Il is out build Inja, lrxweaaloo will iiemlay, 10 cattle, weighing each 005 Iba. al Grant reception at Louiiville. cured about 40,0(0 pound., for which be conceded by every cue at all familiar with toner iau I alar alTar fnr rail th mlt1tiit nu rweniiii! Master Willie Diinlap celebrated his pain J) ier inousanu pounds, $2.75 ier cwl; 1 yoke of oxen, weight by Ilia new, well Bnlahed avAailnrt aluvnt liAn. laser VIAIIltlg, NkSJUl H nTl.,t as the clothing trade, that clothing made in andMr. 1. B. Riliolaton. with a candy-pulcomfortable, lUUlllliy I'oaseaalon will be ttTrn Jan. 1. vviVkki 2,735 at $3 per cwt; 1 bull, 1,700 at $2 per seventh birth-da- y In the tortli ia giv our citizen were expecting the arrival of Cincinnati ia designed to ami doe Cl the 1880. The anow-atorRichmond Herald. cwl. AdJreaa id care faongnod the evening alarm tetter than clothing made or J. 24. Crilf, btanbrd, Ky. ft Co., (.Inelnnatl. - Cocxtr ConrtT Da v Wa Ihe diilleal ing lie all ml noses and purple cheek. sounded, and train, an dwelling-bous-of fire waa Southern people full e a frame on elsewhere. worttcd suit, we oiler In n (.nniMs comfortable. In all respect that ha been experienced Fire "boom" and fur are tlie lull noulh ot lawn, waa utscovereu to -- The ruinous price of coal brings com be In flames. No attempt was made to ex- some exceedingly nice goods. Onr low- here for years, notwithstanding there was a the Ore, as it had great priced suit are cut In the lateat fithion, fsir crowd In town. Hut few stock of any fort lo the purses nf lhoe who supplied tinguish before dlncoTery lo made too an I progress warrant nicely trimmed, well made, and hare all kind was disposed of, as Ihe auctioneers' themselves at a mere trifle during the to stop it. The building and ita the apiiearance of finer goods. In oier-coat- s, Summer. contents were speedily destroyed. The reports show . II. T. Uuah Abont 300 catwe have every thing, from a cheap The Court of Common Pleas Is hav house waa occupied by Sylva Hiatt, an old lliTlnff luat retaraedl rrom tba eltr. I an now tle on the market of an inferior quality. I.ng-l!- h rccdTlng and opcnlag an elejcant Hno of ing a dull session. Judge Hrecktnridge colored woman on whom Ihe loss will fall Satinet up to the finest Chinchilla or and bidJing slower than I ever knew it In heavily. The pnqierty belonged to worsted. In boy and youths' suits not being well enough to preside, the Hon. uite Mollis Stanford. A few put up In the morning, Newcutn. The entire loss wa simply ask you lo examine, feeling sure VXlhk 1TIXTEU MUXINCUTdOORS, lit Rurr Harrison, of Lebanon, is artingln his waa about 30UU, anil there waa nu insu went so low that other owners were dis will buy. A ne cause or rance. tlie nre was 1 lie usual you couraged and moved off without offering. stead. Ilata. ftonaeta. Trtumlnzt. and all tbo lateat iiot- The numerous relatives In this section "defective flue." I think a few firsl-cla- s cattle could have Itleaol lha aeaaon, aelccled with rare lYoiu tha Monday morning at half-rat- t t o'clk.. inoat utoioDaoie waoieaaja noitaea in uncinoaii amicii. of the late Mra. Charlotte Letcher, of been sold for 3 cent. Common horse ssCapL 11. F. Holman was wslklngdown and St, louli. BelieTlno; that 1 au Camlliar wilh Frankfort, were summoned thither by tel the street towards the Court house, he obtba winta of tho Udlea In thla line, I bar i.iared ild at low prices. Some demand for no ixtlna. tall and ae mr, Lancaster atreet, oi ta egram on Tuesday to attend the funeril of served a meteor make its apiiearance in broke mules, but few on the market. t Ufflca. tha Jail, at tba old and atart toward town. At the North-CJKATli Dl'DDEKAIt. that venerable lady. Ct. J..M. Illggint About 300 cattleon .w-t- r he aupposcd 'shootThe meeting atAntlocli closed Mon firat star,' but aa it waa an ordinary zrew in the market; all Indifferent, and very few ing it approached, it AT TUB sold. Mule aold at $50 lo $75. A good day night with six additions. Elder Stansite, resembling when It reached a point directly over town, a large water bucket. ley Is a speaker of uncommon power; arguminy plug horse al from $25 to $00. A new stoee, aim mentative, chaste, pathetic and inspiring. with a tail 01 bright red Uanie. seven or very dull day. feet Moonlight favored the attendance of per eight meteor in length. The appearance ol KETT BV itscll wa that of a huge ball the are extracted from Vegetable product, i.i.y cot.x co rxrr. sons from a dlitance and numbers went nut of hlailnc Iron. Aloud hlsainz accompa oombinlng to them tha Mandraxe or May .T. from town. The "Popular Hymns" selec nied Ita flight. It remained vinhle about Apple, which la reoognKert by physicians llntlm nap Station. a half minute, and then disappeared in the aaaaubaUtutarbroaiomel, poaseamafalt YOU WILLFISD - Hog buyer are plentiful In thla sec- tion was used throughout the services. orin-weAir Holman tha Tlrtue oTthat mineral. witKouiU The mutlcal and literary entertain- thinka waaoeiund a lull. SOOyarda from tion. not exceeding ll bad The best of Freih Meat, Flour. Meal, ment at Franklin Institute on Friday eve the earth. In let than a minute after Ita There I talk of the store at thla place and all kinds-- of OroceriM, Bacon and ning was pronounced good, Not being at disappearance a loud explosion waa heard AS AN ANTI-BILIOchanging proprietors at an rarly day. Lard, all of which will bo sold low home, I waa not among the auditors. Of followed uy Inmiiling 01 tlie earlh, equal , MEDICINE Iters. Pond and Tyre, of the Daptltt for Cash or Barter. Alio Saddlery to the pranka of a young eaitliquake. Iti Ihe numerous credltablo iierformances,that la supposed the meteor struck Ihe earth' Church, began a protracted meeting at the thsr are Incomparable-- . They tlmnlat and Harnesa of all kinds. Repairing which elicited the greatest applause seems within eight or ten mile from here, tho the tha TOltPIP tlVEit, tpTUrorate church near thl place latt Sunday night. done in best style. Ladies and GenJEItVOU3 SYSTEM, and aire top to to have been a humorous dialogue by Mis it waa seen by persons living five or six John Meltin A llro. have sold their tlemen are invited to call and see them the direction it thT)iaE3TlVlTOXlQANB,craatingpeT. both mile to the Xorth-wes- t, Belle Payne and Mis Mamie Old Saw Mill, located nrar the Aug, Bridgwa thorough sssimtlation fact digestion wa excellent and precocious in personating saw eoing. One individual report that be of foodrirhey and a powerful lnflaenoa exert ter place, to John Turnbiill, for aliout it burst, and that it split into ten thou-- , character. ana piece, Hie Iragmente going nil In Hit cnthaMPNEYfl7and UVKH. and $1,500, equal to cash. Pebdoxai. Col. A. F. Denny, of Mis air in all directions, reminding htm of a through, these organ remoTa U impuri Thomas C Davit, the man whor- eAllOlletl toKnbecrllieraarihe ties, thus Tlullimg thattsauoaof the bod; I am inclined Mr. 8. B, Harris, of regular "comet brigade." souri, Is In town ported hlmelf dead and buried, al Salyera- and cauama; a healthy condition o? tha LoulsTJlIe, sjient a few day last week with to doubt this statement, however, aa from Kentucky State Till, In Magoffin county, acme time since, hi parents here......The lion. George II. my knowledge if the individual, I am ayatem. ure, had he seen auch a tight a he de-- 1 arrived here latt 1 rhliy, looking well. It Monila j, KoTmbr 10, 19, AS AN McKee, of the firm of Flnncll A McKee, scribes, be would not now be living to tell haa ever been true that parties emigrating At 0J Ftllaaa Hall, Mr. Hm. Bur ot It. Cbrington, I in town from till place Invariably find their way den, of Farts, Texas, is expected dally to By tbo Newport Printing & Newspaper Co. lltlbltt at Lebanon. Thcy hare no gqaal nd at reattlt net back; but Ihia la the firat Inatance In which F. F. Bobbin sooke at Lebanon, laat see his estimable mother, Mr. Edna Bur " pryntiva and cure forBUlou,!; Authorised by Act ef Ltgtaltture. An the dead have returned. A ittinn.il ' gilt t en t,Int ennlt ton t, Typhoid rwra. prove! April , 1.71. Col. Mat Walton kfnrul.i.- - to s Isri. aiiiti.ni-den, who is rery 111 PguaoxAU Mrs. Lucy Gray, who RndgeTcraudAguo." Upon tha fieal thy of bis aieech Is given In the Qmritr-Jour-aa- i, has returned from Maysvllle, where Ihe I.SO PER ANNVJI. from which we copy hi remarki action of tnn Stomach, depend,' almoat SIIISCHUTIOX, hat been vititlng relatives mMadlton counmighty brotherhood of the I. O. O. F, call tht wholesale pardoning by Gov wisoUy, theTielthof the human rac. Every Sutarrlber recti ves a ticket sad ass a ty, returned home latl Sunday..., ..Mr. A. ed him.., cbsacs In lbs sllotuicut. ...Mr. Eduiond Finnic lit gone liiackourn. lie said that "Ibe tnrdoning C. Tucker and wife, of Hryantavllle, were power waa incorporated In thebtatt Conto Louiaville to engage In butlnes here latl week, vlaiting their parents . . Tks msntf meat hsvs tb piaster oT Bnousc stitution to relieve cainsl hardships, and l at Mr. W. D. Mis Liule Stodghlll lag Ibst th distribution on tba llth of but Novsui-bwaa to be cautiously and sparingly used. John ('. Tucker returned from Cincinnati rav geutrsl ssUtbctloa, ibaabslaUIng Richard and James Dun- - He waa much oposcd to the wholesale by a eouuulltaa of booorsble gtsueuisu Monday, where be had been aitli a car from vsrlout portions or tbs bttt, and Iba preFriday lap, of Danville, were here last manner of turning criminals loose upon load of cattle. He reporte a dull inarttt miums faithfully dtllvend fthepreaant generation. Itlafbrtha fur tbfiu. Tb asms boactt Is tbots hoMls( tlckrts Mrs, Eliiabelh Wilniot Is very 111 with the country, and said lliat the people all deallog will aisrk tks dura or till dlaeaaa and ita attendanta) - Jnnie II. Tucker bought latt week of chills. Isntsc tml MildUlrltrtitloo, butlt sill over the Mate should hold Indignation felCifttZADXClU:, HEBV0C8NESS, DES. lb premium list tbsa the but, ITsaiKr meetings to condemn the action of tht ratloua paitlcain thl vicinity a lot of l'OMDKHCfiWHIlTlPATlOif.flLIS.&e wlUlhow. the Raptlat Governor. 1 On Tuesday afternoon, al He aald Ihe people were taxed waated. Ssmpls Cony teol Ires. Addrrst graJe yearling heifers, for which be high Areola thsl atChurch, MIsa Ilattle Held, of this place. lo death lo pay judge, commonwealth J.J. JltTHtll,StwMirC, lijr. Tliomaa K. Wood, paid $2.25 per cwt S96. 'Wool torneys, juror and witnesses to send conwaa united In marriage lo Mr. famoua Boyle county trader, wa In the Mia vict lo the penitentiary, and some of them rblge, of Harrodaburg. Attendant harafajned auch iwrlJa aproad repntaj this section last Monday, and made the never entered Ihe portals of the penitenMaggie Dunn and Mr, Magoffin Hardin; tiary before the Governor pardoned them. tloa. K oltemady ha over ben dlacoy; olio ing purcMtes: 23 bead of common Mia Ellia Reynold and Mr. Martin He aaid by the law a boy of seven yeara o'J ci t fth-i- act w at. m wdlfy uid gantiy on yearling ateera frum Craig Lynn at $10; Mesat. John Logan and Robert ago could be convicted sua hanged lor iht tlkVewUTe oryu jftHng them tona from ('. M. June at $.10. Usher. 18 ati vigor to Osuvimllata foodPTlil bjny Blackburn overrode the Ciinn. The officiating minister waa Ihe murder, and that no boy mocoinplUJiad, of oouraa tha law when he said We understand that lie made other pur- under 14 should Rev. Mr. Harvey, of Harrodaburg. The be confined In the penitentiary. Ilia reSYSTEM NERVOUS IS BRACED, citato, but we failed tu get prices. ladies wore dressea of silk and Tel ret. The mark 011 Blackburn for tardoning pregTHE DRAIN IS NOURISHED, music was furnished by Mis Allie Dunn. nant women were very amualng, and allowAND THE BODY ROBUST. I.'tilfeuifiM'M Milt. on Ihe ed that It oflereil Inducement to privilege The writer was not an Using- composed orthejulceaorrlanta Chicken Pox haa made It appearance one crime by another. He aaid the par5i i of the doning power had not been properly exeroccsalon, but Ihe floral decoration astractadbv mwerful chemical aaan amongst the childien In thla vicinity else, andircimrxt In a, oonoantratad church were repotted exceedingly hand- cised, lie said the murderrono, they ara girantad free rrom Farmer arequitehuay gathering corn. Tbs publl sra Isaamsd Ibat I bars optued a some, evincing unusual time and care In er, red with human gore, the Incendiary a nyUilntriat tan Injure th roost dal Lara a blark of (looils si my tlurs rooiut, ntar Ik Il I turning out better than they autlci theananglng. Immediately after the cer- alio applied Ihe naming torcli to lliealeep , la UTAN t UUP, loml.llsj of toitaporon.i listed. Ingiuan'a dwelling, the thief that stole the emony the (larty left for the bridegroom's honest man's property Wlillo lit slept, the AaotcilctieniUtabobssarislyasd tbem,ssys Prof. Tliomaa Ilaker baa rented the home. There are. four more weddings set forger and the rapist who had blighted t'lUERE IS MOBE VIKTUE IN OHK Or OROCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, farm of Mr. Sam Shelton, of Hoyle, and I TUTTS riXXS, THAN CAN IE rOOHD for thl month, Two will lake place on forever female honor, had all share-- 1 In the picturing to move toll. IH A PIBI OT AST OIltKB." aympathy of thla humane Governor. The Boots, Sboei, Hab.Olothbg, Iht 12lli. Johnnie, a Utile sou of Mr J. II. Kng- We Ibsrerar say I tb amleMil applause showed that Ihe feeling 0. th people were with the speaker, and we Try thl Remedy fairly. It will not leiuan, while playing wild a dog waa pretGLASSWARE, think it high lime tint Ihe (lorernor harm you, you have nothing to QUEENSWABE, Wnm-ilfe- . ty severely bitten on Ihe foot. ahould call a halt In thla matter." loso.but will eurolr tjaln n VigoDied In Danville, Oct, 30th, of Tlie voters In this cud of the county rous Body. Pure Blood, Strontr, Tobacco, ClKunt, Hal-liare regretting very much that Eduitaton Bright' Disease of Iht klJueya-M- ra. Nerves and n Choerful Mind. (CstsUIUhedllM. E. Mock, In the SOlli year of her age. and Ikiiley are running againtt each other, fil pllselpsl Odin, 33 Jlsrrr N. Y. i.icjuoitH, K'A'c The' Hoyle County Medical Society PRICE 20 CENTS. They are both very impular In Ihia or-Sold by PnigU-turogboiilUia Trorbl. tlon of Ihe county, and it will be hanl foi met at Parkssllle, on Tuesday, 4th, and Jos. R. Peebles' Sons, AKDAN were handsomely entertained by Ihe Presl some of the voters to make a choice between Hit two. Some have already said dent, Dr. W. A. llroan. ch.sacl 4 a U(ofT Oiit Endless Varttty of Sundry Articles. bLMKly wUubiwU(itkil UlUliTB, It Away out in New Mexico Uvea Ihe Ihty will not vote III the race. liwtaAlntu4M'rt ft KaUiiraJ Uutaf, ftct !u UaWtaabM M HtlIk VsUt. H4 If Ir(a.Uat f I'lko'x Opera liHllillug, and lonely, and asMl by MIST I'kksomal. MU Clarke Engleman red man, aolemn-face- d M rvMapaj J I, Ottioo 30 Murray St.. Now York,; A IMMII.Y NUI'l'I.Y M'OIIIl has returned home from a vltit tu MU there too are the Rhaktare gold mines, CINCINNATI. Mrs. U. II, uicli bare wielded such an Influence In Nora Murphy, at Stanford mii.m:u McOauley lias gone to Salvlta on a visit to Danville for the laat few week. An agent Is abst I atll keep, sad the elllmiaaflaaa.lk. SPECIALTIES! si aiy bancs any Ibtti trsdr,csa Capl. Si. John, of the Ad organising a stock company hat secured Ckaiamgiut, ImxltJ Clmn, "Et iiiaen t. . fK.,i.,.i. sniir mi i iti l.l.ng uuhi ia farmsrsnd st city nullaJ her mother I bay iikiI, pile. lb srlloe uf th Ixiuot rstlc psily Oat" Kn Wed tWs, "AypoUiun," ami Express Ou., wat In our burg on Wed many subscriber here, who will doubtless od"7wayaj; Jane Millers. nenday latt, looking after Ihe interest of soon Join the number of those who never I). II. i:iMIKTO. mile again. Mr. John Spnousmore, the Company FAMILY FLOUR 1 COUNTRY PRODUCE U tbs lat f lib Is rssdldst, Our County Clerk bsued a llcent oil OUd Dvl, Silnr Ihut, iWI Xar ad Htm lUITlLtllk, tu rslslbia SatbH tf HmIIsmm. Kr., 1 aaia tu t in a critical conuiuon. tub) la aba Filjt. th 4th. for th marriage of Mr. Silas J, W.kl uur-kThe negro Hall wa broken up will Tkw ia eithana K Uuuda, al lbtsalsMs. tja. ISfc. nkas. bils sit jaal raaliry, row latt HatHrday night. Two brother, llarrlaon to Mis Matlie Ciane, both of the IMUt, Vat. IU dam Unl. rUooa. UlswaC, JAHI-- S Ii.lILI.Y, arsaylbtnislM. aad I lll ills ya Ooads sfc On Hit morning of lb 5th Tool and George Fish. Iiad a dl.pute with Weat-EnV. UTh. MtMuotll Mr.ttto Ji allt U UJrjUT VU1IC t sslabsil NvvuiUr atlk.lMl U on Ned IluMle about " set" that he Intl., by Dr. H. Ayrct, .at the ictldtnc of ia laws aba bttgvHiHl DltnsllaitssiUaliikalal IsarsidldstskOUllKblJir Lincoln; etjw ta lis Mbw af lie H,astVsit llislbl. Near llao !e.tr( Wi4ui 9KS.ll psrlf. waa dancing . at It claluiin't Ihe net. Thty Mr. r'auiuel V Hatter, in thla ilty, Mr, greed to leare it lo Ihe fair Jamael with whom Htimber t dancing, anil the derided in hi farm-- The Kl-- li brothers lie- mine an much enraged that rne nf them Jumped nn (lumber, and they had n rongh and tumble light, ((limber waa about to - We Icieil M. (I. Netiut wend get awar "I h the Flab, when hit biolber Irl-- h crop nf lapped number with a rock, and brought intatoea ami liml them eellent In qilillly and tinanttty. Ihe Juice "roni hi cranium pretty freely, Holier! ITonnrf, of hew trV, rold T3 lumber got an old mtuket and the Fish of Ida tretlera the ether day, for M brother, thought II was not good to be or an average of over $ 175 per he-ithere, so they took lo Ihelr heelt and -- I) A. Oty aold to John A. Judy 51 showed a 2tt0 gilt. cattle, averaging 1,40 Iha, at $1.34 per Jt. A tlentler bought f 1. k I ack ry, M feetllng cattle, weighing aln 111 I .'HO al $;t7. John M, Hall lawaglii of rarknit par lb IS cattle, weighing frwit V to 1,800 He rsra J;. &. ar, - - STOIil' Ur IIOKHlsM rl - ir fM FOB, EEWT - wi 1VIILLI1UERY tuirrs PILLS mi vmm A. HAltlCIS, aS$S,OOOI Journal, REMEDY DYSPEPSIA IS THE BANE tsl tutts pills J. N. DAVIS' VAKIETY STOKE. jtoiMionri'. vini:h, GROCERS, TUTT'SHAIRDYE. lUovriiri joii.v ii. l. ,kMW..lt.asJJ(MVUi HHffQ&b 5The nicrior Jonrnnl. 2CTT. 7. 1879, llrmlrrtoii Wmi tr r.'imtrJr. STANTOED, FrM.iy Mnrnlng, Yesterday morning after il.e irade of roup's circus a young man called ni me canvas .in union nms, mm raid ho wanted tn Mr. Coup m v,f ,,., Movrmbcr private business, ll.e veteran look Irnrtu' Nrlrf tertian. Kenr iifterns Imre U n moro gcntr-nll- y mtinlred or ArniIirael In tlic vnrtoiii tongues of Ihocnrth than llisl mintnrnlng witli tli line : Mirf h.lt Mills lm was wktt M IBA1T, It AM eTery vhfn thai Msrf Tklt tarak was tare la a. Writ, tlie story is now current, nt ref tnl 1 ill T .1 t.i 1 .1 !' i 4 4i I 14 Ar CirtwntU GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE, llie national capital, that the tliMln Tun iiiur t uni iih HitnT. TniiNs foirrii.tmuNiv tRAOC MARK, Aaanrkitc rurfTNADf MHK, Na. Ke Ne.T ctiifliol Ssxretnry uf fits!, when re- ftttaWMIHt" M JIHI tu Mall TATlnxil. tfssvf(rwtit.r acntly hi a jocular crowd rf lili NIM all ml friend, was dettml In condense into IfOpM Lt ilnHnmil thai Mlw iNttv .4lpM aI to Pn, SSesa Af UfWifa-tS.ItUftM ' !ln(tMI iiroso tlioso immortal versos. Urgent Hiut m Um r ,1ttm HOplal t ts a m " H.rMth'c Jnm It 41 pmI 11 p itnitrf1-- j i" nifttMsr ly solicited, Mr. Krsrls jicldol and " Wttlll. Aal ImahBtl .lal halae.' MtipM Maa M.n " iNBfllUJiirKl IWowTaklzu! Sit lUpm IM.t. IS a M wrote nt follon. i After Taibir. " hitnratjc . It am wirM ef iwjr' that MVMlnrtKI tf tNl Miar tW tj I Mary, n female judged to be of the CIINNJKTIONJ, lrtt to iKMAlir fr tffuin4ion anj Trnttilxr Mrlmiiiri Inmir iMrltkl which TrtlnK. I iniMvlaat mi wliti HUKaaJ frittv raco bf man, whose family name is tttfsi-J- ri U trlttl ft hi Milt l0tTTTMTll Mt UtortlMi -- llh fpfsriAsr MHIH M It mm tsf m mlttiii Ii r?r lrlnlvrlrwlwlttf. train tivm frwlivri Ar , l IUr- unknown, whether of native or forlrltasm M ftl( kar kit tot , tr will IS iMt fir w n't -t Hrr-J- -I tit r1Wr ( sMtll nil MVtrlfil or Ih MMfv hr Vll ln eign liirth, nf lofty nr lowly lineage, hatr. fl lft'.M JtittfthMl 1 llh I. A N. H- - It 4lrtratMt, ira liiii a NruiLiniiHi-- i rmAftrl,'rabrtliM, K 10 Xtfrhmki' ItWH, IrrtoiT, Mn. ami whose appearance, manner and rttvlltUhiml. at Ttanfllt Arlhttf TrftlnNsvf trt"rii a sT9e.MlfififaiiWl hf All lrFftt. JHiltai w It rWtf, lAMhTlIt W lsifstT.l AflfKlsV mental cultivation are involved in the iralttaixila. A N. It It IVtMa "litsfcrM. Crth i llWhts,BaJ( At rhaM, ljTlrspl. lJiMsMtsr moat profound myitery, which proba"ij tralu fTm WlnlM ltictn tlli IH alt ir, Uu Hlfrllnf, Af . aldnHiiMallMr ll mm r4 bly will never be fully ascertained un iim dlffrfirtf, tlfinc raislestMlti ClvlfU t lh FlIatMltaiaiHl lbllif Wrtl IVVftll(k,'s.lt4Ma aitliekMs attwrtL fcVfl".F-l?- l lets through the most profound re I A timsttmmi y. I rnniMvli al lilit(liMi with! tralMPtrr-lin-m eliaMt Train i 'H Ii.m .V..lnt.tewei 4. .a4Vef Ml IMfUii4f It It ft Vtlnthftr a searches of a hiitorian admirably '' lx antl wllh I i A. tralM trvm lJtTHl ttTvriTTna ' " ethBtfitVia. am ftas IrafsktVert. i i ss.su pnaM trained in his profession, who shall fcaaUaillssBltaBa7sal tUfSIs lltlkaX AJttra t . Train Na. 4 rMiwvia ! !jrilrttM Hlt Iralna Mmt, Wins, famjstja its ibaMrr M MsJahSMSJl K r A U It It tTAcklMlrsAaUl All A. devote the ablest efforts of hit life to Bar' TssssMfsai sJaisft. i, I tslMJsi Lasts aehl M U A M, a tnl will, iralna I ase4s. - ha.saU t I t ta saala aai ttmt. 4 sawJ.sstim, Ma sseWssja, ffattalrlt ll frH Wtwhratrf aitd Wl f"lllnf. ISJ erf Msetatf, investigate the lubject, uninfluenced cut aasr kMtttnl LtF est CtMaaswa Lfsxll I III OartHlflrr llMaJtftMrttMsjflUata Idtn Ami tn Ikasr cm Plaoaair fttwaiW ran I mTit I ny aar lUllara rntlralln( K by either passion or prejudice, and hand. . .4 for the stove, never swear when he many hours before the reqiiiiito a. AMhtsanH,!. W"4a.ai itstVaV.. IJOMfaa, Itlnr-imC'-tHM Mas Kafti.ai- - -- . wtn.4. lb M a, Mr. Coup took him to n lent where- - puts un stove-pipeTUiHa 1st all Mil Tji!. Nfth, could be obtained and the lady having only iu view the (acred truth, never steps nn TUt PRIVATC MEDICAL AbVISENVI iti l Kanananl Triaa. Wr1tatait Tarlas. at the rame time being utterly regard-It- r three Immense Bengal tigers were ladies' trails.nnd never joins a club or could be relented from her uncomfurt-- ' Tf InAtitsMllfNi rt4r In n. r wiijwin. isntssk ttjsMaaa aaiaial able hiding-place- . e IWnL Tklrl At. of the plaudits ur censures of the caged. Handing him a curry-com- b down to the iAill VHUWAUr go after nip Maaa, rVri tCTt) KIsXr MtsM, i mm. ni n itMsirr and a pair nf sheers, he remarked : as! BMtrtaa tmfmit it world, we are informed by one who, nmt' atal WtsJtSl Harpers Drawer. per. , watasa isystaup i five wswf aittanf .WmiHStirfiir-- r mf (lolhhig, "Your duties will be it lias been itated, at one time whilo tVI ti.mi: jgjjaW -It il estimated that fiO.OOO men and MIOICAL ADVICt.- light nt first. You will go into the Appallluo Nahibrlty.', living in that part of the United WtmuheMtf, 10 t iNtaa tMa atMbtJ sl ItMatl. 1 Wa asatast.N Hlt1I BH. at Mki 4t IN fa cage nnd curry the tigers down every A young gentleman and his blush- women are employed In Philadelphia . tia States of America known as Massa IMMtlama, tsaMtM M V too lkt 64 66 W. SECOND ST. HNsta Mat "ssna aaajra bbm aaa in the manufacture nf clothing, and mttfUt In sXtwi atatk Tfc tUMXfcal . ats.f4 chusetts, whose fisherman have fre- morning, nnd about nnco a week cut ing bride, who were recently married itt rtH tfl aatM Mi-Iet4 itiisstlii. ae4 trnim CINCINNATI. 20,000,000 suits arc mado therejvery StSstJat) , wftssaJtil. T r involved in difficulties their claws; keep 'em down pretty in Philadelphia, called the next wrek RAILROAD LINE. quently Ix-cAaiaMT m mmp9rm4 ratawlastatl mm twan Kw Foreign, and Domeatlo ctrtsd and SS ISM m mH IN SHajrtl Mai IsM rSa Mt ) that when they nttack the at nn apartment house, and were year. Culling machines are gradual . 0. Immd atj t.sm la itsaaa at with the authorities of her Majesty short, tlaas1 asM canned FrulU and VetratabUs, etala as aswa. aMI TIHINKlllllMl KUttTH. Mr. Wilson, they wnn'i shown the flat that was to let by the ly tinning their way into all ol the saftVa sssvtsi kesaW fW Hai sat Canned, dried and aajt Flan. Queen Victoria, Queen of Great tiger-tameG.G. WINE & CO., Proprietors, "lnrs HitTV TlBIt ssaaa, a -- r a Hatafti, large manufacturing establishments of Plcklea, Sauces, Olla and Condisatiasa aa a al Jan. I. lars. r.i. hU, III. san.1. Ilrilaiu and Kmpress of the Indies, lacerate him too much. Some times, loquacious person who officiates as JtWai sssavae BMrtaK nefra.1 sMtsat Soup stuffs, Baking ments. t Ktslla the city. The machines have a capa-- MEtLEIU IX- L lUtk ssa am . whose domains extend over a large but not more than once a month, you janitor. This estimable woman, who Powders, ground & whole Spices. - .. .... " lAnalr T bility of cutting nearly eight hundred ill bN(w.D.lrt, ACCNTI MtalW. - tan ana Utlna-sSw( Pssataj SS share of the habitable globe, thereby may have occasion to file their teeth. would appear to be a good motherly Toilet end Laundry Soaps. t rn asal m tii ' mmmt l sJsW.y v M 1'r.Klt.k.rt. Yj T4 garments in a day of twelve hours, or . ll It k4sIWtai ltt Iks s Seeds, Jellies, Preserves, Fancy Foroign & Domestic Marbles liatokt - 1 1) r s endangering the peace which should You must throw the animal on his soul, went on to illustrate how very f S . Mantel. tm am a Wt nAvanUf- - M a TraaM. about equal to the combined results of Oroeoiies and Oroeers' Sundries Mwltf lf iM - iUfa l an, - t ,m " linaiHI JHHU so happily exist tclweeii nations of back and hold his head between your healthy the house happened to be. tm AN I) wins Ol the labor of eight men. Buttonholes, " MlltnHhrs . e Stock iiniaralUtc(l In the Wrnt. ' , on the first floor; prof. HAnnis' the same blood and language, had an knees. If he acts rough, belt him on "There was Mrs. iS M -Ifffi also, can be worked by machinery at SEND FOB OUR "GROCERS' MANUAL" ' !tv tlaiaa lul w TOE BPEmiT0Enn(EA. MONUMENTS. infant slice), or which there are many the nose n few times. Keep belting the came here a bride and went away TOMBSTONES. ETC. M llnnl Jaml,w ... ' lies - SSn the rate of one hundred and eighty ia witli three children, as pretty little SEWIINAL"pASTILtE" " InlKlkV . million", nf various stocks and quali- him until he quiets down." - J an ... 1 "Haven t you got n vncancy in the things at ever I saw, mem, and there per hour, while by the hand it would) slae.aaa IHaaotaf Marblo Work of all kind neatly ties, now in our country, constantly ttstasa .J. fftaaaaNtjVa3. OLD AND RFI IflRI F. SraMMrala art department?" asked tho young was Mrs. executed. Vino work, low prisecond, who hail a lake the tame period tocnrnpletcthrco , the adding wealth ami prosperity to our aarl Iraal ilrHn al Mliilnhliail. HK Mara ces and fair dealing. Ordors HjU TW.U.A laanj I a llaliataaafs; al latMaaa. vtjk Msaaa little son born to her here, mem, and holes. l)r the cultins machines folds Da. Euroao's Lrvxn iirnooaiToa! republic and enabling us to be entire- man from Henderson. from a distanoo promptMtsXfa u aaj IImh ffrtasthM. avieSsVM asllMMU of cloth forty ply thickness can be ts a Htandsrd Family Ilcmedy for . aMi Irani ly nttonded to. Satis, "Is art in your line ?' inquired Mr. fourteen months after a little daughitmvmfmrT T 5 al HmailnaiB; al laa anaa iaaittaii,antlan.l ly independent of all other nations of ,a tamta tta, ajajf, trtj( XNrtart Natanguirss r M ear taction guaranteed. Coup. . lalwaJlala inlalai H UnlnlMa. MSj !. ( 4 ter. And, mem, Mrs. , the third easily cut through. An instance of niiseasesoiuiouver.Btomacli a.nj ajT w our supply of wool, now ample for L. It. IL .VaMn taslKaau aaal wtlk OTA if. ITj, Uowels. It i Partly Yes," drawled tho young man. floor, she was n bride, too, mem, and tho valuo of machinery in expediting yind the use of factories already busily emJ Lucaster 8:., 0pp. Jail, Stanford, Ky, sfaan mmi,.... iu- t4 - --a aa.. tasVtiMantoasM, aarf nJ J., U A I 11 U. Saaik. Eaa) ami iraat VemUMe. It never manufacture Is afforded in the fact t. tsa eTC ttM. 4 -W llfc, all ii, . i .mm ttsaxsaf ,..! ployed, and for those which ere long "In the circuses I've always run wi'li it was twins, mem, within a year. If arkir a DcbiIit.tItI TRUSS IrlllXUftlirTil. was employed to paint (he stripes you please, mem, I ntn the mother of that the establishment where culling Khthartiaand . -- . .. ..rvft.a arosa paaatj aa4 k will be constructed In nil parts nf our nelfr Ttj 4aas tW. ta afaarM, taaiaalsn nt) taUael mft .i aavaHHl WaA tatssaab on tho zebras. I killed so many ti- four of tho darlingest " "Thanks," and buttonhole machines are used JToaic. Ra ffcMtl. .Bl.pnnJ. Joaal, lilt l Dimsmm laud, working both by water and mnhl. Kamatsa ImAr;, t&mnaatM atf ItUM. Avt aM in Oaaiity. auu . asal Mtjsajat at pnm r turns out ono hundred suits ready for' Ik I. said the bridegroom, from whom I IU p SIS a ar IBM M ta aass Waaa'a. aan ftMaaa. mmsi steam power, nnd in niiat ever direc- gers keepin' 'em straight that the " Wrtaa) TlaT, a ao a h. u, SB aaa mi ft Ar. Oak llrrkarS , I rasatm .1 He gleaned this anecdote; "after nil, I wear inside ! of twelve hour. t tion the said Mary traveled, this nui-ma- wouldn't let mo handle them. saaiaanatjal aastaas G od oy'.s " aaMwM a tmiatltwf L lainwar " sMasa a"as 7.e .to' . aaa Sstv said I used 'em too damned rough." r.sia .. Matt tmttraaMaa. aatt, attattMaaa)T feaaa laaaaaa Ar llfck l .. lie belter to go a little think it would ist whose fleeces was snow-whitakaeat til. tt aaisaaa From Cane Hun, In Eastern Ken a at umm aa i4 r faaifa. rafitaal afcawaalaaa aasats .Mr. (Jbup swears that the terror further up town." And bo led the as - isaff.t.tf tai aiM paa tMUafawHaav even as the lufty mountain regions in rkaawlkMl roas thai 4 a aaa tucky, to Cumberland river, in the taasliitw. iaasaaa4 Ink, A. I" aaa al SUrkaaaanl, a ilk taa la Tho Oldest nnd Best Fash aPanata,MftaaataaMt,haita ttt. ataat I'sasataaaaH as taiat aanaiaaa the West, Presbyterian churches the silent solitudes of eternal winter, from Henderson shall have the first bride "blushing again" into m tWU I In Wi.nl atMM and ion Mngnzino Amorlcn. "" iat ftn , ansataal - iifli, I'UM.IIAX fEvansville Jour. open air and nut nf the healthy OlltS. aasl.'ei.blt.mt.rfassWttoi.aMi; as the ethereal vapors which oft float vacancy. schools existed in the early years of -- WITIIIll'T rllAMlK.-A- re ,m (t M ,- - M - , over au autumnal sky, darkly, deep-lsriiscnirTiox rmci. lata bmskv i ax aan. a, asata H. I. run btlwatn CVlumbua. On an J Nw Ilrr Aw. this century. The Rev. David Itiee 1 alaaa la aaaar ttt Kxa. uriaana.laNllani umelnnall and Wish. aaJ ...a.. beautifully blue," ur ns the lacteal tH stsas -' REDUCED TO e2.00 PEIt YEAR. There is a good deal of amusement Tlllei Loulatlllaand Naahalllai LoulitlUe taught tho first school in Kentucky of I CajjtSiso that Hymn Now. and Monta-oma- r ana (.line fluid, covered with masses of delicate in tho following table nf figures. It A Methodist minister when preaching which wo have any knowledge. TranHack, alaMtmpblai a.uiaTiMa atxlllum- Loulsslll boldt.Tenn. froth, fuund in tlio buckets of the will enable you to tell how old the Su.irrll.tl(iift nttl br rrrflrnt ut IliU on bis circuit was accustomed to open- sylvania University, of Lexington, uiiicrt in riubt mill .11.4 upfr. far laSiTMallnk alMMl TktkraaftnlkaJnaJk. kan rosy dairymaid, whether meandering young ladies are. Just hand this taau, lUuia-an4 Kl(ra IIMaa W tlatMa, Ar. ing his meetings by singint; tho hymn was founded through I'rcsbrterian inr. ATM1IKI; through the meadows in midsummer, ble to a young lady, an I request her HAI.niS nZMCDYCO.Mr&CHCMlSTt kinaaa,Tiaa,A, aUma fluences. Centra College, at Danville, beginning wilh the words : "Nnt one Tlin Itttnrtor Journal KiiJGodejr'fl Lai- im anm IMIfl Afl M.ftttt aa4 Itn tla. ST. LOUIS MO gathering the litscbus strawberry, to tell in which column or columns foot of land do I luiiiu V u j m uooit i year lor Oii... possess." One day has always been strongly Presbyteristrolling in tho woodland paths, in her age is contained; add together the a urimu MAcnni-s- . wealthy ond benevolent member of an, and her afiimnns has afforded a TAKE THE search of wild flowers, visiting the figures at the top of the columns in , ArMlaaa iliarat l&to NarU .im his congregation, having decided to larger proportion of distinguished m. I lM.ul.nl orlffnsil mniiinp, IS church with her uncles, cousins and which her age Is found, and you have make him . laislr-tstWmen Governors. Henators and Con rv IV 5 -- ft. 6. I. s,l - V- sVflH m at Large Ctkaikao 111 II., a present, gave him a deed r & ritt; 11 nn an.l oti rMttal wnalr, -i di w aunts, to listen to the inspired words the great secret. Thus, suppose her -- IH1Yrttmin art i. n mm faliisjn. it kta slUffiu r lo forty acres of land, which the old gressmen, journalists and professional ! Art" . V vu rm S oru.ll.-a- ' .n.t . klMrcir tlfanr. tt artsMiortural -- Tillwhich came from the lips of the min age to lie seventeen, you find that . B gentleman accepted. itMutllVI be- -, iVm ar ninrn nrtctaal dmn At his next men Ihnn any oilier Institution in istcr of the sanctuary, or when retir nnmber In the first nnd fifth columns; t.i.i;r rtlkhtfiiUtlrra. u. aj thr innnl mUmF meeting he began singing his favorite the South or West. The first reliCEmAL ROUTE EAST! THE GENUINE SINGER Tot January Nn. a ihnNfV YaarnWU ing to her blissful vouch to seek rest add the figures of these two columns. t hymn, "Not ono foot of land do I gious newspaper in our country was s ni Ptcrmbtr let, iiJ w MHilaln Ik oiHc Ufi ahati-lr- a TO and enjoy sweet repose after the cares Here is the magic table: of nf u( ihf hf mHm Mnrtra If In4 in possess an Awn i. ..n Mvgultis. ny ( brtaUaa IUM, ihn at this mint lie stopped and published by the Prcsbj lerians at tTAi'.To.v,ir.ciiitrim.iticiijio.ii.rji!ii s lf' and lalwrs ol the day; in fact, "every um uvtra osou is VaUrW , ATlmr,' si Mnr. ixarox, jultixork, ruii..uKWiiu. 17 9,1 remarked to his congregation, "No, I Lexington. Thus Kentucky was ear l iWlni.' in tar practice! ton ll.x a s?u , sxitiila.) .. S . 1 where that Mary went" this youthful IS a Kir roer. rurtufBi r.a. xonror.r, It fncwKfil full rcniM 4lMlMvUlaJ 5 can't sing that hymn now." He then ly recognized as a stronghold nf Pre- 11 J IS I snd by tho nublic wrfiin--- , n bM ctnlri aWliana will it MfWn fwUfa SI iu.vriii; K.UKiair, ockkxscoku, sheep influenced, doubtless, by that I" 31 IJ LsvIt 34 liut.k J mine ! II ynr for more tlian 33 ream . .v. c, sAUxmiti, fMaysville Eagle. iriLMixarox, gavo out another hymn, and services bylerianism. s; h, ihlluTssnr clnlinalataai. II is ll is ii Ynn affection which is oil so conspicuously IS i with unprecedented results.! biiusaTtnaalaiMtMitMui.tnn m nn w U II . aotri.itoKo, chaklotti; u proceeded. The next day lie went lo u n u is TKtUt-ClaH- IX a w) AVAlB-ItreMO.T, CltAnLKSTOX, AtllV.ITJ. .K Ay Eytexsive Bkarii. The De rilfAIBw SEND FOR CIRCULAR manifested by the lower animals in 17 III JO SI II tho gentleman who had given him the r.irAXXjHl.Cat.VMKIA.ATMX- Ou fwny, im ynnr . l w ....... ii a 41 f f 00 ii i: their attocialiou with human beings, troit 1'tut and Tribune has been inter- JS. T. W. SAsFORD, M.D., i'iVf SiSSSSl! Tn wt, tn yt ar . II M TA, JJCO.V, J.ltyfO.WIl.l.K. M II IH land and told him that he must take mm ytar Tnrfn 17 IS .... ,.. Zl 17 $m S u . rt.A AM) ALL was ever observed to accompany her. viewing the possessor of the longest 5 HDuniriutiu.iocititrriT,noi. I wr coff4ca, otrn yen? 4 is n is is ii f TanttMM MsW4i4alurln! (anianr. at I la Mir. back his gift, as he would rather sing TIIK ATM XT IV UTATI. ynar, n-- mi nair 17 17 I Mr U t beard on record, Mr. Edwin Smith, tilnffln ItMf ifiir, Ky., ail IkSiatfit ran It is stated that, when the pause in SO ihn wrnq nritlM nf fa elnk hMfelnn IS W Kl 44 M W aril nwlrt vaMritf int rnyaUt. his hymn than own the land. To day SI SI II SI ........ II Ni cila. .. . 41 tm. the scnteuce came, the Secretary, who PA88ENOERSrORTHE of Fairfield, near Adrian, Mich. The NORTHEAST 11 14 41 W JJ miM, nn ynar, mm mm turn natof In.ilk IIITnsaiM 4, i.itai lb the city of Indianapolis atands on M 41 4 U SI 4 had read it without any inspiration, rwntiNl ltn wM. m4Im .11 OB beard measures 7 feet CJ inches. Mr. fan rsmhaMTkrkrl, all rail, tla Bin J7 & .. . M IS 4i M those fort) acres. HIE J SI 11 JDUHNitL resumed his stolid diplomatic counteSmith it a farmer, forty-seve(.IIIMTI.Y lli:i)ll('i:i U VTI..S aofiitttx.iriu.K ir.i;Aro.v. ;ti;.r. years II II II II IIOWTO UalT. flatahaaJttam Uaas. ft 41 u u m a it it Mane ami niii.iin:i.riiu, nance, and all mirthfuluess had deun ii, r a JrH mi H.tb4tHM About eleven years ngo Barbara old, 0 feet high, and weighs only 1 15 w 11 U U U U 34 Krw.nrk. irTaaftaMMfllafrUtUteVitiW 17 47 47 47 M ,U parted ircm the faces of that once anj In la MlVr mm mlrtn ynn. Aajaai Stlberhom, the wife of a worthy far- pounds; hair ami lieard sandy and Ta anlnat nanlr. M W 84 M Si 54 3ST3J3-ea. laatva nwaiW lima, at4 "iTOIti-;- , S7 SI XI SI S7 S7 happy company. Detroit Free Press. Tn partlM UWailiai U fa np Unaa a tfnrlMtNi mer residing near Seymour, Intl., bad tinged with gray. Ills twin brother, IU 4 -- OR VIA M SS M M y will U arnt na 3i(Jktna. AaWrn n v u u ia a tooth extracted by a Cincinnati less uearueu, is ttouier and enjoys w o m w Will Icaso, In nnd closo to towns, UlCIIMMMlAMlOUllKlWIMIIXr.TIUMIIIi, mi tO0KY A tAtl'HIUK)K I'll. UK.(LimUmQ ul A iMryn Item Farm, W SI l 41 II tufiUtainiit oi riiiianlflphU. IV (I better health. No unusual physician, who administered laughing much to prompt paying parties, at IS .ktlfckaaa IJs'i'm I al llkj. TM. Kn.l.r, l 11 41 41 It 4 The Canada Farmer pronounces the si a a ki u gas to allay the pain, boon after, growth of hair is noticeable in any down, and S3 a month until farm of D. S. Jones, uear Beeton, rim m;v roitk tho maohlno is paid for. Mr. her health began to fail, her whole other member of the family. Thru fisM'ffii'r liiiAriin Nirnl.. Ontario, the mot extensive and suc I'AKaJ.lll.IlM Hill Till! HHITIIIUkT They had a dime supper in tho system seemingly having been affect' Smith had n tuuy face in childhood, INI an.1 HaJM)ai kr4 I4k, cessful in the country. I, --a It consists of kena, i .. nt.tn. iii i ik Ik. IVdw.1 Air I. In. ed by it. The flesh upon the inside of began to shave nt the age of thirteen, FREQUENT A!0 CHANCES, TIIKSlkUKH M'l-four bee yards, each covering about neighborhood of Pawluckct, conceivDO.. lAn, b atl ssntlkrin 4l .1, AiUiilk-lkau- t M HrrM. lon.Utr, k; her mouth and throat began to in but stopped shaving eighteen years 4u. an acre ol ground carefully inclosed, ed and carried out by ihe ladies. The 14 ago. His hair is thick and strong, Pt'ilox 1'iUKnrr.raaraw flame, get sore, nnd slough off, nnd 4. !. k.. .rtki., llaarflajETiill TfTlV. ami contains, liesidea the hives and conditions nf thia novel lupper were Tralaa a lk Iknim --- .. u.1 a.if... -- lk. finally she became so reduced that for and has to lie cut fortnightly. AHslaa MMMaUa and Ik (Ttl. .. Ik. .Summer store-rooma house for Win- these; For every word spoken by the Now as Complete as any Printover five years she has Wen unable to Tkruuk TklMa b, Mta al aM .lnlial .I.U tering the beet. The hives used are gentlemen at the supper table a forTho Bank of England was incorporX1k. lul., In I analh, Nwtkn! atnl leave her lied for the greater part of ing Establishment Outside inelnaati al III IVaeaal Mrr4, itHUm oblong, pine-woo- d boxes, with a cu feit of ten cents was iinMcd; but, un ated 1G49. It covers five acres of lluu I ,1 l.tuw1 IMI an.1 an t A Ik tHeanHY.. the other hand (aa duties are always the time. She suffered untold mise .. bic capacity of .1,240 inches, the in "" ii "r IHUVAUI". ground and employs 900 clerks. There ' of tho Large Cities, A T. A. OAKI.I.. ry until a day ur two ago, when death I I' Aemi. likl,MHi, Va. side measure lielng 15 by 18 by 12, compensated with rights and restricare no windows on Ihe street; light is 171 talant. M On .Ik ftv came to her relief. The case Is some.Tones' four lee yards contain 250, tions with privileges,) it was agreed Mr. admitted through oien courts. No that whoever could weather the whole what similar tu the recent death caus mob could take the liauk, therefore, 150, 160 nnd "Oof such hives, retil by nrseuio inserted in a tooth to Fricos for Work aro as Low spectively, unit bo ircknns 50,000 bees supper, submitting to all nuerie. sur. la a coinrcuiul o( the . irtues nt sarsanirllla, l,l ne've, and is attracting a without cjnuon to batter Ihe Immense tlllliijjiu, uianilraVa. jclluvr dock with the n good sviarm lor cue of them. At prises ami Ingenious questions without l't',",Jr na in Cincinnati or walls. The clock In the centre of the leal nt "Mention in that section. luuuie ui iMitoaii ami Iron, all tMmcriul blocnl. replying, should be entitled to it gra- - i B" the end of July Mr.Jouea had secured Bank has fifty dials attached to it. . luaklnir. uloodleaiulnK, and Loulsvillo ! ." elemeuu. It Is the purest, aaleal, snj iu I .7 50,000 pounds of houey from C20 luitoutly. At last all tell out nnd The Methodist T""I7 the vi lace Laige cisterns are sunk in the courts, in ei irr ray the luo.1 .Tw.tual elteralfve lunll. DEPOT: FOOT OF SHORT ST., stocks of bees. He expects a total paid the dimo penalty save one hid t of Newmarket, clna known or aralUMe tn the public. The N. II., a church of and engines in perfect order are al ..L til...! . queer chap-wh- on, sciences of uuslklna ami chcuiUtrr have . for the year ol 70,000 pounds of yield ways ready in caso of fire. ueier Produced so valuable a remedr. nor .fi M LEXINGTON. KY. ono so otent to cure all diseases resulting a honey from bis 10,000,0001itlle worka"erde','25'000' "...insUbtfor 18,000nd Iriim iuiiHire blool. It cures Borofula. and U IVY CUV units, ers, in which case he would net be ?1 At Ihe funeral of the lato Queen of all scrofulous ilUraaea,ICr)sleIni,ltote, lankrnptoy to rid I'ATAIXHltlUS, " CIIiClJI.AU, I or Ml. Anthony's fire, 1'linplee tuiti i the jokes, and Madagascar, the body was swathed in tween $7,000 and $10,000 for the l''uce-jrru- ls eiiues. ithemselvM of thodebt, and i I'littulet, lllolrl.es, Ilolll, thus rub-llieli.ill.Y KXeiU'T hUMiAV. ritoirunim, iim-mst- , note. Tlln.ora, 'letter, lllimora, Kilt Itl.cillil, qulsxcd him, but all in tain. ',,, nearly f00 silks lambas In the folds of year's product, without taking into ,,,.. , Hriilil-lieai- l, Itlngnoriii, Ulcers, tsorea, B C'llIXKrl, CAIIIM, TAUS, KNVi:uirn, " THT! "" ' .v. .!. which 20 cold watches, 100 cold account tin) sales of swarms of queen He wrested with Ihe turkey jfci.r.ii.iiiiaiii. jierriiriui ifisrnae, neu tn- - Pueli Is modern religion. Some riilclu. IVinale WcaknixiavoaaiHl Irrfffu i r.m.n iii:aiw. sorr iikaiss. iui.i.iu:iiw, beej. This eucccttiul apiarist esti grappled with the goose. He bnihd luriiien, juuiidicr, Antviioun ol II. o of thocreilitori were trying In save a cluint, rings, brooches, bracelets and WHEELER & WILSOHr CINCINNATI TIMR. n'UIllM.KA". BTATKim.NlH. out tho cranberry sauce will, .. . ..... . Mtrra- isairs?iiiiii. i:i.iuclutlali, nml j -- . i.tl.er tugetlier ill,600 gold mate the year's total outlay nt $2,000 .r DEOKMDElt 25, 1878. vsruerai uevmir. U ITK IM L'UHTI r'lL'AThn, im.MH, ' ' .coins, -- ere mllal." That deposit of .. . ;. nearly halt of which, however, is in- .nerving l.an.1, ami u, , .i. celery Br Its uarclilnx and cleanilnrr ntiAlItl ;... ... ...T.. I" ...I I.. ...1 TT.. l. WIlliblNii 1.SV1TATIONH, M nXnTt, It iiurcjn out tha foul torniUou wlilcli , ., ,, the remains of royally will make terest ou capitnl which has grown up uo TIIAINM. i..inii.iii um criiaf: ,i i., i. . .. I.KXIK'S LkXIfcu'S 'u 13 couuiuinale the Moo.!, and futuo derango-m"? ami finallr. wliei. lie ,i.l flnll,,l I.I. UTilSjll " ." ""' nK! " ,u ,mT wcr0 splendid prospecting for some future HIXIMULNOTICflH, with the business. and decar. It tlmiihiU'i and eullrcni aa itatlli? Xa - eluiaAl. HaHuaall Aaeaw soOaiu lUpu ,.!!.. 4?f "" the vital functions. It nroinotra s?nrt7vn.n.i llarluuall Hiji. u. -- HTC irra- .fini. piece of pie. ha .MiiimI nut u ," "" It r. s. ll o a w V. miner. PERFECUNDOfttfLETE trenffth. lt nittore and jrwe tven health. klararllla Anw w The American Humane Association, pockflilalr. and unite n It, UnHaaall KarilJ IWi ni to ji m lt Infuses new life and Ojor throughout the ce u churcbes, u-- .l will go whuleeyateui. lS'o siiiTervr from any UtscivM It makes a mother's heart revert to Wo Can bo Beaton recently in session iu Chicago, after law and le,il.lol,an.l: In lfa n ii v wiifrsi iiitT r MWaonsllTOPIIRllDL n hleh ari-jfrom Impurity of the Mood nucd Isritlla Aws.i..a.a.Ulla eanaeeli at JbhatDiia firuimii her younger dajs when the comes into bf l wlakuS U44ituir. wIiohUI k!o Avru's BiiuAFAnaLA listeulng to a detailed report by its ami dumb." Low Prices and in ExI larlslHill r vwwwx, uanireli br M. Uu, ln i ba u fair trial. Kemeiuher, thu earlier the O O l.t tho parlor next mcrulng after her Zadoo Street, showiug that agent, Mr. trial, the iiccdlr the lure FltESCil IUtLWAV TlUVELtNO. Km llMlajr, I balrt aa Ctnrluuil Kail Uua. AGENTS WANTED ecution of Work. Tkkatmkst op Couc Phares daughter's beau 1ms been around and II. I'. IIANWIM, llaurrsl riik.t irat. live auimals were trsii'xirted in great inetliml cousist. in in iraur town ano coutrrr. O It roclne has len fiirnlaheil to i.lnilrl.ina iiitrrii'oii simply The distance from Paris to Jlarscillcs Gnds only one chair In front of Ihe CVTlmum, Kj. everywhere; and they, rwoffQlzh.;; JUitii ""' paiu and discomfort, and that cattle, in ,lsr 'liu,im' ail'""" r in heir I'ractke. turning the paticbt upsldo dovrn. I. CS0 miles, and by a recent arrange& Wilton Mfg. Co. O Wheeler and Ihe others sitting along A Call When In Need of any Kind of pigs, and geese wero frequently carried Colic of several days' duration ha. ment a train of tho Paris, Lyons & the wall, as For nearlv fortv redra Airn'a Rinii.. IK wot rouH min. "&&. if lliey hadn't been touchPrintlDg- - Will CoaTinco You of for several days, and sometimes a been reliovtxl by this means -- nun iiilla has been wfjeljr luetl, ami it ixivr iu. O Tl. o. O In a few Mediterranean H. It. makes this Iodk ed fur three taaaea the roullileucai ut uillllont of iaoi.la )car week, without water, pawed a vote vi l.o lave oiiwrlentetl bendu Iruui lit war. IheTruth of theStatement. journey in fifteen hour., leaving the & co., minute.. Jour. de. Sci iltd. sellout euratlre tltlBea. offering 15,000 to the iuventcr of a ir capital at 8 A. M. and reaching the Life it too short to uurso one's mis aisauuciurert ot uiothtDg, car in which animals can bo fed tad "It rain doesn't come pretty soon shores, of the Mediterranean at 11 r. ery . Hurry litem across the lowland, Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., A.A.WAUKEXA!UCAIl.su.A.ioilis IMl'ORTEBSiJOBBERSofWOOLENS watered in transit, the car not to be milk will hate to be sold by dry meas- m., and avenge continuous .peed of that you may linger longer ou the rrocll.aluu.l Ai.al)llcaUI,.u,l.t,, rre,",,W' A(IEN" H W.Uilt W VlNBkTS.. T. K, WALTOX.Jr.. Lowell, Mats, Nevr Haren lteglster. ure. paiemru. w mile, per Hour. mountain tops, Uausar. ITAKrORD, auLD by au. iikioM. KENTUCKY. .kaiauaas. him Into tho ticket nflico and the began i "I came nil the tiny from llender- coii to tee the show, and I d like to join," said tho young man. "Oh, I ace, said the circus man. "Ynu urn a well Informed, benlthy, young fellow, nnd I like to encourage such as you." Tho youth's face brightened. "You don't chew, imftke or drink, I hope except "Oh, no; honor bright soda and beer." "You must leave off these luid habits. They weaken the mutclca Ynu can and paralyto the nerves. soon stop drinking, but your salary will not ba large until ynu have overA little lemcome these tendencies. onade circus lemonadi it all that the performers drink. Call Ibis afternoon nt 2, and I will see what I can do. You mun't expect over $30 e never n week, though, nt first. pay high salaries until we know what a man can do." The delighted IIendersnni.ni wrnt away, and in the afternoon was on r iis,rrii.rirs. Srntetl iiii In n tt'antrhr. MillKr.TH WVil. True love has been iraled un llirlit Stmnfmrtl. , ,10p in IYtli. The It, pii! t t m pr--. i. S , ,r. ;mn ( C(rn s jn flim, (n e. tn nrl of .,,, Tin Tr)g cignn, proprietor had did; his assistant wns .. SajtS flamnti t.voircuTnr. gently urging about In make a bid for tho business IWan, Mm . . pv tnl 107 Fourth Avonuc, ....... . ... 10 ...-. their pureha.o and iw. he sayi: "The nnd nt.i to marry: nnd the two lovers Wlmi.rtw, 'Mtuvli W) Br -. KENTnOKY, FVMf. tsf.Vt L0niaVlM.E, MM JIh,nl)noco fmnl ,,,,,, , T,n T ! ar0 whoso happiness wns still secret o RallM . . MMfeSts Or- aatnaafv6 Wn?((t, . ttflNfBp WftJ made Is grown entirely in ronservato fsr ns the neighlmra were concerned, PrtJa IWfftf - Wuhan . tStJ. TUsStlM China mak la awnaml ITaaM taaniaia ikat were exploring the premises nnd talk- Ml. I no. rarn4 rice, and the cigars nro made nn . 4Ar Vtn,ir shntn, m& lltl Hani, table, by thoroughbred Cnbi-ansl- n ing nf their future. Suddenly a le- triah IVIatiirs .. 16 rr "' '""' IO will laav rwaaara Hi MtSi in mm ih i HI IVnl. J.IWfr--4 It OMlMrar. swallow-tai- l coats nnd white kid gal officer presented himself, charged lMitiK cloves. When n man smokes nno of with the duty of affixing teals lo the faHlmrllle. these cienrs ho walks on nir nnd goods and chatties. The assistant nnd rlMSHi.ihaal Itr tajrn, Har 44. S 4n WMa Tsna iaa aa4 Manralaa OnlSusw-Ha- , IjMataaaltlHiilatnl pfnly tll-l- . 8 -- StSSSr Ski w dreams that he has n diamond rcarf-- his fiance were struck with sudden Url All ftmts rM at fiaallf tINl iat4 IIII .. ltg SM-- II pin nnd n sixty suit nt confusion and alarm, nnd the latter har,rrW...fUll.tS Wtssl,fl1l Ha Car....... clothes on, and just married rich. It made her escape into a wardrobe, upon Wkl.Kliiti.ll(IIIJ H tHMIII liar- - . tit r makes tho breath sweet nnd keeps the which I er admirer quickly turned the WMUSir jadS .IB.SIIa teclh white, nnd will forco n mustache key. The official proceeded to make UNDERTAKER, fVtteinmr. on tho smoothest lip in five weeks. It out his inventory, and sealed up Ihe nn,aliuMrri . K lUnn4nt aa.1, ktft Main Etrcot, Stanford, Ky. nnd beautifies tho complex- door of the wardrobe ns well ns those UrJ improves ..TH tlfll J II M WhraUaMW tl M ion, eradicates Ian, freckles nnd dan of the other rooms and receptacles. Wlnl, rrJ H; rar.. is drills, and Is enjoyed by all the smo He then departed, leaving the custody Oalt. ST ... Halt lltJMV 17 owr. ker's tillers, cousins and aunts. It of the whole place In the charge of rri .ist)tta iittari ni,... permeate the house, window curtains, the young man, and cspccislly direct- WhlUOmr UI ttllr Kranil SMo closet nnd clothes with Ihe delicate ing his Attention to the tevcrity nf the odors and exquisite fragrance of helio- legal petmltien enacted ngaintt those SIISCILt.iltora, trope, Jfew-mowHay, Jockey Club who break or allow to be broken the and White Hw. It will fasten the seals attached In tho usual way. There A COMrLKTU ASSOnTMENT OR - or front gate every night, carry in tho remained now tn the hero of the tale1 tho cats only three courses, either to allow the I Mi la aril ,r ml ai Will M-- l IMtlllrrt Iliiiinl Cnsrs ami Cnslcels paper every mnrning, chato IjuM M rM nf ITfprnr IN lltfMII 34 A Mil YMI1IAXI ,! lMIrfr off the garden, drive the hens In wn lady lo enduro Ihe pangs of starva- Ufenrhl In Ihtn-nnlTb Mill ra Mil tnmm'!r1 running anlrr n4 nn, nltnn-tn.- 1 Funeral Calls Promptly Attended, tnhlllts Ama ! ler, 'hardly over faiN to make one tion, tn incur the pains and penalties Immtillaltlr oa Ihn tarr-vranl till ta '.anraftlrr, feel I etler nil over. nf the criminal law, or to disclose all In ahunilnnca. lb hnrinrranrttrnlHiinl daring o well regula Mill mi right Mnntto flot BrtwIaM w4t and invoke the clcmepcy of the testa- tha rrar br wattnaj BNtTrMnlllnf spline 4 TV ted family ran properly keep houte IHitllferr It 11 lr a .1 vrtlln-mnn a TnT without theni.fi r the mail who smokes mentary court. The latter wnt the vttrr. inlM If wraf.ttlil :.Mtl.l:l i I, II. SM-lllll K.. this cigar will never wood ton long course ultimately adnplo.1; but it was t . iilrrrtltrwrnl. BtllttJl M sssV mttnoAli. -t All snternrUiiir ,,,,,cdr,,, 0l innr In .pothry .nits. c. .t. OTiivi:it, IIHIIIM i,a.tW.ss iWtlVL n.i t.tr tSVM.If t.rtf, ( .1 8UMMEU COIIKDUIiK. IN SlffiswsffffiBigB ,SCr HsVs,'sf st t Mtlll n snj 'mt HaWtsltat lim HtkrlMti lliatsttfal, m irMpswtaiiT IMTaW.lSJPstiil. aset . " - EVfSbi KFFECT APRIL Tn.iims 27th, Nn 1079. I m ovr.inr.s. rP .... ttl.lt M rt J MsNssi, fr- ' tattM HH 4 4aHMr r tMira f w1 r 1 1 1 r fft4i M jtsithiHsj trainable titw- fj rsttsl (Wt )"lll .a f tri a ft A r r Va ttf Kftt. , riM t MWrtatT. Pr f l)lttltiM. fartsU ftl south. mil Hall ttt kU CO assjjr tllareeane, Wmftt.ltrt) ft .fct-l-l It HI Mart M VMaaaMa tt ttsfWtiM MlMkartM, $ 4 Vsawt. otl I stMlD Tl VI WEAKEN, ft taelej r", Hvsl CXI tner tsjC trlrlr It) ftMeJ waswwtttV MM" ail4 tj , aW "2? W fa f a HtMM It, fmt ItttW Wfcf If " (ifl saHltwJU " HirMtStJiHH " lftllHTl " UtXirttI ll lantHt flfHaJtfH A ff lOtlM1 WIAlWl 41 a M TOIlAM 4tM m fj.. t trrk i;irrr" 'IIIArm 400pw M w IHpM II IT'" sMfM I MTpM laWpW )Mim r,K r" aSApka, ttlllM OtfJpMl A4AIM mJ sz rip" nr nt ,.! iri Iitin ll' FOR SALE RENT. ,! books;;: MILLION .. lf qiti t, NTAM'OIU) THE Marble Works. llilllll OLD HOUSE i as J.T.WARREN&GO. (omu:.ni:i) ""taraW $ L0IJI5ilLLE>.S0ITU trrt (br f" Mt,a n si J radical cure llai t ta J .".'?.r.?.yy rKT"i jSjM I mm . ..fffll I Iff IMA v:n"i fitt va1 L' .5 !. - Lady's Hook. "'' in ba tw4 ..s !!. .. ' J Ikin l.,t(i: ,ry"ioaiffnai.wiirni: l4. ?i'ivr,i.....V",. 5'J. .t.'-vs anN iv ihTi'ii .. C 114 nil ii ? if yv SAVE MONEY. HtUttMtttMttHlttttlW iiiwrt,n INTEfll ca a JOB lwliakUU) le DEPARTMENT, immil 888888888 4 rlk. parssaparilla LB.1 S,h if, ZltZ T uom ylTf '' '"' ,! u ... ,,,'...,... " EY Q ,. rviiuii . .'... jclry, 1 tiMri T8 uot iu o ii .i 8 8 B88888888UL; nvcuvj o 0 o n iM seasongood OR.AIG. o. (;)