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I' 15 ItMH iiii(tfrr IVe) , I The VOLUM K imp.. . ..II M M Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVKM13I3R flirf thr Murphum, Istighablo incident has just occurred, which aptly illmlrates tho terrors nl intemperance. A farmer threw into his yard n quantity of lice which had unfortunately lieen soaked in whisky. Chickens nnd gceto and hens hastened to partake of tho unusual repast. Ono old turkey especial ly, teemed to relish tho meal, nnd actually gorged himself. The next day tho entire imputation of the hennery were In a (easily ilato of Intoxication, Tho geeso quacked and the hens cackled as though they were In a frrnxy of delight, but the turkey, tho patriarch of tho barnyard, was apparently stiff and dead. Tho farmer plucked tho binl of every feather, and laid him on the mow. Judge of his surprise when, a few hours afterward, ho visited tho henne ry and taw that Identical turkey on the roost, thlvcring with cold, and to hoarso that he could hardly make a sound. Ho had not died at all, but had fallen Into that comatose itato which tomo men will rccognlxo at n part of their experience. Tlie farmer immediately carried tho bird trf tho kitchen fire, and after hit leathers reappeared he very appropriately tied a blue ribbon around his neck. f Poultry World. A interior Journal ItATEaS OF AlrVKUTlM.M,, . Inumfon.. ..e.... .,., ,,, f I () RtnUrai!rfrtlTiwlllflM Mr vtr lo f u nnf older rmwUtvl Mprr naMntNiMIM'ltrrntirrrllM. AdirttUllf Umm In .UUVlnmn,?niWTTnnt. AnfWMnjaatamaa.taal.r LI aaala llltSk ttm.Jt avtsiail . q.ii,iaV snail BaraiTaMts sasar ganav tlJial(ka Inerrted free .lemt. UbllnatM,Trtkateaariural. Aa, lll. bate after, b.rbarre.1 at lha rata oi s raiaSa tar II.. lnatMd.ritnnta,aiher,f(arp. A OnpViniri,on mols?ratMihoMsr year .. rapalake.1 ..... a ar.tlralUni II M AJfeetlelee: Pat. VI I I.-N- UM BBIU8. 21, 1871). WIIOLK NUMBER Hrrrrr Ihitnahln. 102. OUIIJOB 0FFICT. IS COMMXTE Intrerrpartlntan ami nr Joa rsmts If if knnarledired Fi 1 JVi.f Imiii Ihr Irttlrnl.i-rliilm- . rtt frniii Mliiwlrn iKirm, wlilrli Our muiilry l iirnrn mnmrnlniis tlirji'llrl irneVrVvii, km willtrn In llio criais. The IVroMcntlal rleelimi of lllinol. Hl.lo l'ilm-l- lr 1880 is fraught wlllt grnveat cpinae- rfei , l.a'1 II, llMr, riicncey. It h no idlo naming to lay IbvrfiiRfF Iktl IwHrt KMMllln Ifflwtf 1.1,1 IMP I km it ffaratnfa, that thocxiatenconf our iiiitilullons A fcaiif biI,p.Ii Hi King deKiids mi tho result. Tim contest I M relief In Kwle mi Ike reeee. Ae.1 reellaelkallrrtnHk "Tea," wtll bono common enntnw. It will au ""' Jaieratj tsiii.M, las distingiilihcd from all previous Aa. tlar llMK4TfflMlkVll campaigns in varinui rrsiiecls. It lie- kal Mwele.UII - Wkataleara hours tho Democracy lo lie alert, In laaMleiueeilaeVtirttrtkii arttletlaie The ea, mUom you're reej U, make n iiiprrmn rfTnrt In rmtnrn tho MeaallerelejMaewkatla l.lellal Union. The phrase "rmloro tho Un It pprfels M eaUtaaea m Ireely Al IK. Mklleal lkw eTaM, inn" no doubt readi strangely but we n.t a lira It It fvae he faarle. mint bravely look mailers in the face. Tk.ha.le Kill Ian lit ol.l. It will Ikj necrwiry to rrttore tho Vkamrnffae, a lw at Ike ape ra. Mle turlaa. ll la.k. IIU alrpe Union, fir we have liecn slradlly Till pawlaaata lawe al wawn drifting away from tho Union of tlio ttkaaerke.kekee.eillelleMaik. forefathers for the Inst fifteen years. Ike.M.eM etaey, Mlly, Ill pleeanrre Ikat real la teare To accmo tho Republican pirly of Tie Iratll that Weae fcp aa kejip, treason sounds hnrili; hut no softer years. Tat elrrira Ikat are taalM language It applicable. fael aUjkl at I Ml lipra aaj MMNlerel Trpaaon apppp broapapa. Wkat'alkapeaano " On Ike ea4 f Bay erll weye, Wk, II It apuafat aaaai dara pall II traawn. Tkerearoaellte akaates hrtaeiiiB Tho philosophy containnl iu that Tk alakul C LolkoiNl Jaya. I iu.(t.t r Hf au tuK, tniir. couplet describes the status of the Re (Kike atttaaUhMM laat HooJ an taa kill, fHlkt Ink Ikat lUered Ikrarik Ike atee4i, publican party, whoso nets, if that I nil Vear lie auieie still. parly had not maintained (Is hold on Aral. Hkw'fMar Bay laalkrr. National affairs, would lirtvo consign Of Ike lactWr oka laakt aaa ta fnjt ed it to eternal infamy in cver-greetpeaaep. Waeae Ufa eras a Tkal I aarSleealy past aiy To itiecify its acts which history. I lav efala U aey t laler.1 proierly belong in the category of rareleae toy, Tka lrh-JI.wtreason would fill a volume but to T.ekoaithe latere wee beat ad area. And tka H bat a aaljkty ley provo the charge it is only nccewuy llka(klrallHlaatlk to refer, without comment, to the 01 W relswl eat vealrj Mr, manner In which tho person who oc Aal Ik. raace af rraaeeae we; Mllee, Tkf Hrcl aey Watt Ilka a laltr, cupies tlie Whito Home obtained his II take, sua. Marafe, Ml If, seat. No ordinarily inlormed ciliien Ta leak la tka far Whit, VTkea tka yearalag aaiUIUtt at eaaakapj will duputo that if tho conspiracy Are IJatlaJ altap.lj.ljkl. which succeeded In choosing the Chief Mrrf. rcdcral raagiiirato had filled all con VritkaaknMa Up I ml Iker netted with the plot would bare been Wllk .l.pj j aiaa I aarpl Ifcrn I kail M Uaaa, tat hut subject to condign punishment for aif Tawa 'nala.llkrr, akraait high crimes against the Republic. Wllk Iraa talk I 4l tkra, Success in that venture has emboldentrllk Ullrt want. I part lam ed tho traitors and next year, ns a I aauk -- 7 lartk, aaj ail la fttrt , natural result, fraud will be deeper 4fapkra,klaplt nilkaVaJUklacaltrak lkn, and mnro widespread. Thft Republi Hlk.k.rp-rJ- l Uatatataklkrp; can Kttly, prrtumiiigon its victories ltli I kr la kalf a 11k arvtaral TIhmi aaaanl pair ' achieved by intrigue n.id deception, Wllk llrrJ jaaa I tkiv, arrogantly rrganls itself as I lip whole Wllk atpMifal lik l.lfltMvt country and, puflVd up with lh.it lAk Ibiatagk aaf tpara, laail tfc Jrara, Plkt aalpapj alapfa ' it adopts the maxim that tho end jollifies the means, tho ileiirc for la UllppapM I aav lkp( I gaa la fa tkcat the prosperity of tho arly sanctifies Aud. mti mj ItW, 'lla a.; UIW Tkapa'a Maaapktklaaaa4rrLpat deviltry. Itallot box stuffing, repeat VV. A. I ing, intimidation and coercion aro considered holy if but in tho inter-ro- t KrrptHg tlie itmym mtt 1h f Vlri.1. of the Republican In arty. Ill mi rxletnlnl nrgumcnl na tu tlio ilppiralillily i.f larnifra' on aticling slaneei are innumerable whero that lo tlie fnrrn, llin CitirlniiAli CWimrr party h& warped the laws and ued ri'it oITve llmt tlicro ii n Irnluro in the courts to protect its ok it turpitude, Cilia mailer of na follnwinj; the call from tbeseatiugof an executive down t the freeing of n rcK-atcThe disr Ingni llicir fathera that I not reputable tactics by which tho Repubrrpinltsl. licans triumpheil thrrojear ago will 'Ilm rallinj; of tlio fallicr may ri to a higher tligntly vtlien Ilia tout bo tcviwil and enlarged for adoption nilnt tlio luuinci'.., tliurntigliljr Irani in 1880. The Democratic party has always it, and zroloiulr nml promlly pumio it. Tlirn llicRrciiniiilalnl rqmlalion, profonmlly reipecleil the laws, the iu- cniilal, ami liurinrM of tlio trent tiliittoni and tho precaleuls of tho hen it knew that by n can Im inlikiitnl auil ireorvril liy llio country. popular majority of HOO.OOO It had (Him. 'Acain, it ii n law (if tiatura that elected a President, and when it was liol.li gixal in the animal kingdom, conrcinti! of superior physical strength that apltini fir nny huiinru may Iw if it came to a trial of force, for tho itihrrileil, or may ho lirol, as no ay sake of tho peace of the Nation it of it'ick. The grrat dniilcrntum in submitted lo arbitration. It respecttlcvcloiiug n race of trutlrri ii to in- ed tho highest tribunal of tho laud, sure an n!tiin to trot. And thu and to that it entrusted tho rause of justice. The Republicans manipula coiiira not from stock that has habitually bveu utnl fur the draught or ted that tribunal to defraud tho counchate nr nice counc. If the dam try of couily and right. Rather than embroil tho land in war, tho Democ 't troll ami the tiro troll ue do not tlio iflring to he n running racy ncijuicaccd iu llio unrighteous verdict. Hut with tho past before it lionr. "Tho old Siartan underitood thi and in full view of accumulating evilaw ol developing an aptness for a dence of the trcaionablo bent of tho (urly, tho Democracy civen calling in the children. Tho Republican Gcmmm of olden times developed a muit cuter uxm the coining campaign warriors on the mine princi- prepared for tho mightiest strugglo in race American nnnals. The whole power ple. "The law of heredity is to broad of a hostile and deierato administra and no powerful in its influence that it tion is to bo combated with its hun extendi not ouly to color and form oi dred thouiaid oflice holders and their our race, but it extends to the tem Influence, with the Federal treasury, perament ami oven to tho taitcs. The uud even the army and navy. All theso powers tho Republicans will not tnite, though like the muscle and faculties, may bo improved by scruple to use. They will endeavor ttlucation. Still tho taito lor and to sustain themselves with the cntiro machinery of a great Uovcrnmcntand nplucss for any calling may bo from generation to genera- will bo backed by tho wealth which Is scheming for an nriitocracy. The tion. "Then, il no aro lo reach the high- Repu lican party is without a princi est development as a race of farmers, ple and equally without principle. It wo mint expect it through tho lino of is only held together by tho magne descent. Tho son must inherit the tism of oflico and its leaders aro guhl To fitness of the father, ami lake up the ed solely by personal ambition. falling and hiiaiiicsi whero ho left oil", uudertako to provo that this is true, and his sou after ilm, and to on. would be a work of supererogation, to When this khall become the ciiitom self evident it tho fact. The Repub in our farming families, then shall wo lican party at inch, is a small minoriwe greater stability in society and n ty. It has lilllo sympathy among tho nr civilixilinn. Every masses. Hut by the employment of higher ty iarrnt has tho chiel turner to bring office, of money and of power to and In Intimidate it has formithis work about. Tho very iudepend- eneo of tho fanner's lifu is to lie tho dable strength and n very considera Tho United State gcrnt which develops a race that run ble dependency, army was massed at Washington in not bo other than an independent Our nation is lo achieve its 1877 to prevent the inauguration of tho rightfully elected President. What e greatness In tho development of lis power al homo uud lens can bo expected Iu 1881 T What aliroft 1 Is to be established ami held Ictsou do tho i iven t Hlulo elections through tho arts ol husbandry, prac- teach T When Ilajes tctilcd.in tho ticed by n skillful and virtuous rsro chair of (Stale ho sought by n concilia-lorpolicy nml by directing reforms of farmers. All then that ran bo ilouo by tho state or family to eniio-'bl- o In tho civil sen leu to palliate the and to dignify the calling, and to erimo which icattil him. How long entail Its blessings und Influence from did llio Htiilwurts iicriuit him lo go on falhcr (o son, will add to thq stability 'in that coiiriel His good intentions, 'if uuy be had, ueio laiuud baud and -- ud jjrsudcur of llio iiutiou." Tl llir fnlrffn .,, rrleee t. anlt tba tlraea. K.T. Iba beat In tha Dtita. 1 )"( la. Tail nml an Iron nllr.y of rulo or ruin was foreeil. Tho coun'rli of tlio mnro Inynl and prudent wern thrown mid and linlaler adviaers nam mod mnlml, with plunder nnd personal nggrAndliemenl a their aim. The baltlo next year will lie between true The patriotism and selfish nmbilioii. hnpo of llio Republic depends upon the Democracy, which mint l vigilant, active, bravo and united. Tho need of ponitaut watchfulness against the wily machinations of tho Republicans catiaot be too strongly urged. l'vrry Democrat must buckle on bis whole nrmor and enter tho conflict with devotion to bis country. Victory la within our reach If we put forlh I'orworned ii unceasing exertion. forearmed. If the Democratic parly goet forth lo the strife with n proper appreciation of the enemy's strength and a comprehension of the tactics to be employed, tho Republic may bo redeemed and shine out tho most lustrous ttar In the galaxy of the Governments of earth. Hut tho Importance cf the impending crisis muit be pertinently Impressed upon the people. Their hearts aro right if they I'vcry Democrat can bo aroused. must begin now to induce ids neighbor lo weigh events nnd lo open his eyes to immediato perils. Every patriot muit lake time by tho firelock und of the now, before tho excitement campaign dazes tho judgment, must Inculcate tho principles of liberty, mutt awaken the dormant sensibilities of thoeo who slumber in the opinion that because our Republic has withstood the florins of a hundred years it has anchored In a rafo harbor. The deluaion of security must lie dispelled. At no ti.no in tho life of thit Republic havo so many or to insidious dangers threatened as at tho present moment. Cleveland l'lain Dealer. .1 Irlmliml frnarrnfnnafii Kriilnrku, If your Honor pleaao nnd gentlemen of tho jury, wo would llko to call your attention to this fact: when it liecomes poMiblo in n community that a band of robbers, houso - burners, highwaymen and murderers can hold twny for yean, their crimes going unpunished, and when Iho laws, or their lack of enforcement, do not giro to the peoplo peaceable enjoyment of life and prop erty, what cIio can Iks expected but n final slashing of tho extremes lynch justice? A lack of energy in the criminal prosecution endless continu anccs, though based on correct tech nical terms, yet void of honest pur poses strawbails stupid juries, Inffu enccd by the smooth and skillful ap peals of attorneys; these, es well as many of the phraseological rulings of tho Court of Appeals, have been tho curse of tho Stato for years, tho causo of most of her troubles In this respect. Their fearful consequences, lately wit nessed Iu Elliott county, teem nut of order, seem wrong, and can hardly be countenanced. fCarliso Mercury. - (tl iiotkttmrtllr ilarvor, 1'. I'Vrgusoti. of Christian county, slut and killed J. II. Coombs on Main street, Hopkins ville, Ky.,on the loth. rcrgusHii ramo into town to persuade Coomlas to marry his tiller, Km ma Ferguson, whom tho latter Coombi declared that had seduced. ho would not comply with his promise of marriage, and Ftirgusun went to n gun store, liought a double barrel shotgun, put twelve buckshot in each bar rel, nnd proceeded nt once to Coombs store, rinding liini in front or too door, without saying a wonl he tired, emptying the contents of ono barrel into Coombs right arm nnd side. Ho fired again, tho second shot taking cflcct iu the lack of tlio head, killing him instantly. Ferguson surrendered himself to nn officer nnd was lodged with the in jail. In conversation Cincinnati Enquirer corrcvpuidcnt he said that bo did not regret tho deed, and was perfectly cool nnd jelfpos-tosse- d. a James llrltrv 77m l n Shot (Villi. A merchant doing business near tho foot of Jefferson avenue, used to tpcud half hit time iu explaining to callers why he could not tign petitions, lend small sums, buy books or invest in moonshine enterprises, but that time hail passed, and it now takes hint only two minutes to get rid of tho most persistent caso. Yesterday a man called to sell hint a map of Michigan. He had scarcely niado known his errand when the merchant put on his hat nml said : "Como nlong and I'll seo about it." Ho led tho way to n boiler-shotwo blacks distant, wherein a hundred hammers wero pounding al iron, and walking to tho centre of tho shop and into Iho midst of the deafening racket ho turned to tho agent and kindly houlcd : "Now, then, if you know of nny sjtcial reasons why I should purchase n map of Michigan, pleoso state Ihem nl length." Tho man with tho maps went right nut without attempting to state "reason tho one," and tho merchant tranquilly returned lo his desk to await tho next. Detroit Free Press. a a is not A correct doctrine lo teach human beinci that it is their duty to live on as little as pcstiblc; it would bo better to earn enough to liro comfortably. What is tho uio of creep-in- E through lifo feebly merely to tave tuncral expenses f Let us claim n full and vigorous vitality, when to brcatho nnd liro is a pleasure. Either one is worth his kecninc in this world or ho is not; if worth il, scizo it with It Seimlblr Borlrhir. .Ma a strong hand. "You ought lo livo on bread and water, if your husband is not nblo to givo you any more," said a maiden aunt (o a youiijr eirl in tlio nresenco of n man slio was about lo marry. 'I am worth my board and clothes to any body," replied tho girl; "and if Joo thinks ho can't afford them ot good quality, I know plenty who can." Toe thought ho could, and kept up to tho record through life. Ibip- - to Juitge the Vrntlirr. Tho colors of the sky at different times nro a wonderful guidance. Not only does a clear tunsct presago fair weather, but there nro other tints which speak wilh clearness nnd nccu-racA bright yellow in the evening indicates wind, a palo yellow, wet; a neutral gray constitutes a favorable tign in tho morning an unfavorable ono in the evening. Tho clouds nre full of meaning m themselves. If they nro soft, undefined nud feathery, tho weather will lio fine; if tho edges are hard, sharp and definite, it will bo foul. Generally speaking, nny deep, unusual hues betoken wind and tain; while more quiet and tnoderato tints bespeak fair weather. Simple as these maxims are, tho British Hoard of Trade has thought fit So publish them for the use of seafaring men, STANFORD KY. w A young farmer In tho country rtloTiTTall lop. ftrrrkTaaTprySundarmornlnfand night. wants m toglvohim somo hints nbout .rpMrallnnThuradar nights. Huodar School THOS. IlICIIAI.DS.l'rop'r. Fall plowing. All right, wo'll do It. at 00 A. K. J. H, Blma, MunrrlnKndrat. fOUTII.-In the first place, select your Fall. raalw. Bandar rxhool at t SO, John W. Itcat, Don't pick out a Fall that is exceed- buprrlalmdrat. Hi mi frayer Mrallnf Wtdnea-da- 0?E2TED TO THE FUBL1C FEB. 22sj, 1873 nights. ingly cold nor 'yet too warm. And, north -- r.ir. J. a. liars, while a very tlry Fall doesn't nlorr PnEsnvTEntAK. on Karond and roarlli morning and night. easy, neither would wo recommend PARE, $2.00 PERDAY. ono that was wet lo nn extreme. About mOFESMOJAL. a medium Fall, wo should say, if wo Havwere going to plow it ourtclf. VYT H. MIM.EIt, OENTRAIXY LOCATED. ing settled on a Fall that just sullt you, take your plow and plow it. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Hpculnt A.GOiiiiinotntliilvr- Don't lie afraid to ask questions any ronloft Cfiiumurolnl T.A.2Sj7'OII. ICY. TravolcrH, time. It is fur tho purpose of an- WUInraetlralatherourla of llila aad adjidatng rounllpaand la lha Iburt or Apprala. tiotca In swering them that we aro tha Bageacs Transferred Frc of Cbnrca. Saturday Night. BOUTir.-r.avNa Un-ly a, e. All inlerrillng record is that of severe droughts ns far hack ns the landHow many ing of Iho Pilgrims. thousand limes are olrrvationi mado liko Iho following : "Such a cold tea-so- n P "Such a hot reason I" "Such dry weather I" or "Such wet weather I" "Such high wlndt or calrot I" itc. All thoso who think that the dry spell wo nre experiencing at the present time is something remarkable will do well lo read tho following: The numlier of daya without rain was in succession: In 1G21 2 1 days,- In 1G30, 41 Jays. In 1057, 75 days. In 1CC2, 80 days. In 107-1- , 45 days. In 1C80, 31 days. In 1C94, 02 days. In 1705, 40 days. In 1715, 45 tlays. In 1728, 01 days. In 1730, 02 dayt. In 1741, 72 day. In 1749, 108 days. In 1755, 42 dsyt. In 1702, 123 days. In 1773, 80 tlaxs. In 1791, 82 days. In 1802, 23 days. In 1812, 28 dayt. In 1850, 24 days. In 1871, 42 days. Pittsburg Dispatch. i. rtmin a o., MirMTII.tr, OTIIKIC BIOUNKS I it o tiii: isisOWiNn, vr -- 0 TWTJSrT EJIR, ('Oil. Sc Tlllltl) AM) touiavi OO. O-- 1 MAHKITf NTI.EI.TN, LlaE. KY., DO TIBCIEJ S IE Xi Xi ry-ilny I INT They uover deceive you in tlio niirclinso of your or your sou's Sunday, eye or school Suit. GO THERE F OR CERTAIN. (iii'ttcii iublctoht. alIH. uwn. Biirarlnlnijfrit. J'nm n.uiiii anil J. !. naira, rutop. Hnplm lanrlk rHiralara, morulas aotl Mftllnx ptppj- - Wpdnmlar aftpp- at, it. ;. jirrraw, iiiai, ST. ASAPH HOTEL, Waraklp bjr lha GlintlTIAS. daT. ITtrthlna; b rontprntlon fcld. Joa. Ilallau llrat ana Third IorJa dat a. fl.in.lir gcbool at SIS. JofcMrrTancr-- , ptapprlatpndant. 1 8. A IU W. IIOCKKR, Tliero nre ttill too many men silting with their halt on iu restaurants, too many who will take lumps of sugar with their fingers when spoons in abundanco nro hing around; too ma ny, in fact, who ignoro tho existence of a butter knife, nnd, itlas, yet too many who uso their own knifo nl to gether too much. N. Y. Graphic. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, HTA N !" A MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - It I, AT IC V. OareortrMcAllalpp Lllla'aSlorv. C A MYEIvS, Propr. ATTORNEY Some merchants tells us that the times aro too hard to advertise. In USca allh Jadra In lha (Wrl.liAiiM. 8quan. our opinion when the times nro bnnl, WALICEI-.VAaNOpeople look nliout them more to seo T. W.VAIIVON. whero they can get tho most for their Ml V. A V. K. VAIISOX, . money, nn 1 if llicir attention is directed lo a certain establishment by ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Wl'jVNKOIlI ICY. an advertisement, they nre pretty like Offire In Court square. ly lo givo it a trial. M;PAJVl.,OItl, ICY. LAW, This Old and Well - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, AND Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. BaaaTasa .i iviiinri- - irfirAaififfi, A woman died in Richmond, Va., a few days ago, who had chosen the blacksmith's forgo as n means of earnHer name was Rachel ing n living. Yent. Her father came to this country from Germany, nnd opened a Slio blacksmith shop iu Richmond, learned the trade iu her girlhood, and became as good a worker as any man. At her falhcr grew old alio took charge of the shop and supported the family by her own labor. She wore a tight-fittin- g woolen dress and a blacksmith's leather apron, uud frequently tnioked a thorl clay pipe as tho tolled. When tho old man died the still stuck to tho trade, but a few months ago the grew enfeebled and rapidly sunk. Her work had given her in her best days tho muscular strength of a man. She had eligible oilers for marriago when jouug, but preferred to remain single and provide for the family. m a. A Thick op thc Telei'iione.- Tho Amsterdam V'er tier tells this : "Tho editor of tho Fort Plain irot's-te- r has bis oflico and residence connected by telephone. Yesterday Mr. Fkidd, of Little Falls, an old friend, called on Iho editor nud expected to remain fur dinner. Tho editor bur ried to tho telephone and shouted to his wife : "Mr. Skidd will bo up with me to dinner, lay an extra plate.' "Now," said the editor, "Mr. Skidd, you may converse 'silh her." At the gentlemen was nbout to approach the instrument these words were plainly heard : You tell Mr. Skidd we don't keep a hotel on washday.' Mr. Skidd excused himself fur a few moments nnd was next teen eating fried clami in the Rainbow Saloon on tho cor- Elevator boy (to a woman w lm has qam. m. nuitni-rrr- , ridden three times from Imttoni to top of tho building; "Well, whero do ATTOR N EY AT LAW, you want lo get out?" Woman . 2i'i "Well, iudadc, oini not qtioito sure, Will prartlrt) but lavo mo as near tho Ould Colony adjoining countleafaia profeaalon ta norkra.tla and and In tha Court ot AltaU. Pnrtlal altrnllon glrrn tofollccllona. depot as ye can." Lampion. will ka watered ta aad tram tka de,et rree orebBpge. baerlal aeroiantodatlABe lo ta I aaiaierplal Tratelera. Tke liar will b. alnaia aaaalled arltk tka ekolreat araaaaaiLiaaaraaaa iigira. Aa eaeelleat Llierr leattarked. rr.nionic.ii.s. vijiiNtm, ic THE BEST PAPER! TESTS ner." Tun Paper Marino Uusisess. At the present limo tho Uuitcd States d are making more than of all the paper mado In tho world. The product It about 1,830,000 lbs. dally, amounting to about 040,500 tout per year. There nre now 927 mills, rep resenting a capital of at least one one-thir- if hundred million dollars. These mills employ 22,000 persons, who draw million dollars in nine and one-hal- f salaries per year. It Is estimated that the entire paper inlrcst, including The H'rarrii I'lloil 7Viirii7i. and publishing, furmanufacturing Tho annual report of tho President nishes employment to 75,000 persons. ama of the Western Union Telegraph for A book agent who was retired from tho year ending June 30th, 1879, conlabor upon tho hird earned actains a statement showing tho uuleago active cumulations of a life of iuduttrious of lines nnd wires, tho number of offi check, says that tho great secret of his ces nnd the traffic of tho Company for each of tho last fourteen years. In success was, that when be went to a houso where Iho female head present18C0 tho company owned 37,380 miles ed herself, ho always owned by say of lino with 70,080 miles of wire, and had2.2.r)0 offices. Tho number of ing, "I beg your pardon, Miss, but it mos your mother I wanted to tee.' messages scut is not given, but would Tho That iiIwhjs used to get 'em. They appear lo have lieen fi.OOO.OOO. Increaso in Irafllo year by year has not only subscribed fur my books lieen much mnro rapid than In tho themselves, but told mo where I could fciro thu number of ofll find more customers." or amount of A workman on a railroad at Flor res. Last year tho company had 82,' 978 miles of lin. 211,500 miles of ence, Ky., was run over ami killed. wire, 8,53 offices, and scut upward His sweetheart laid herself on the of 25,000,000 messages, on which tho track to ilia in the tamo manner, but charges went nearly 811,000,000, und tho train only injured an arm, which Tho capital was luheequcntly tho profits $1,800,000. (mpulatcd, Still stock of tho company Is, in round determined on suicide, tho tore oil the numbers, 811,000,000. bandago and bled lo death. 1 j a College student, in rendering to Grapes without seeds aro raised at his father an account of his term ex- Morrisvillc, N. 0., on tho plantation penses, inacrtul t "To charily, thirty of Capt. J. A. Gray. Tho vino bat dollars." Ills father wrotohacki" I been known for right years ami uover fear charity covets it multitude of hat there been found In any of the Vale RtcorJ. tiiis.'' fruit a seo I, A Porous plasters were marked down T) V. XIOKCf AN, D. D. a, to fifteen cents by n Daubury druggist, yesterday. This is much cheapHilt er than an undershirt, to say nothing twroty .VI., for thtisracilraIn of .VDtWtrr. Willi yraiV txperftnc lh pro.Vw.ion. toil htTlDjf jrsduatsM Ohio about tho raving in washing. Besides, In tb SewUm of In t)i he Cutl?tj or m a is&WJ. uirrlt liberal . Un. .. K LI. Ilioin .iPKllnA .., , muni mil, w.iiito u. . avpimaiia I..I.. Dirvri. Dan-bur- y i.. II... .1 lVoitilrrftil fort about thr Itlblc you always know whero it is. Iiw-lMtttiodlatl'hunh. News. Tho words "immortal toul," "death T EE F. HUFFMAN, less soul," "undying soul," "deathless Tlio Cincinnati Commercial wants tpirit," "cternnl torment," "eternal SURGEON DENTIST, to seo railroad travel superceded by suffering," "everlasting woe," "endHTATS-l-OUcanal transporation, because "canal ICY. less woe," "never-dyinsoul," "incoti-sciou- s boats never run oil tho track, nnd Oflica Koulh alda Main blrvat, taa doora abora misery," "eternal misery," 'unlha Ultra Hotel. mules rarely explode." Tura Nitrous Oilda (la. administered when reending mliery," "unending torment," a a quired. and all their kindred words aro words- The reign of terror in Kentucky that never, in a single instance, aro hnsn't railed tho river any. XIHlLI.UM.OIIi. Cincinfound in tho Ulble. Hut from tho co nati Commercial. pious manner in which theso words Nor has tho reign of blood iu Ohio. are passed to us from the pulpit, and Covington Commonwealth, fc through tho presx, we should, without BnuriTY. Tho editor of an Amerreading, supposo tho Uiblo full of them I Tho word "immortal" occurs ican paper recently insisted that poets be brief. Ho received a compobut ouco in the whole Bible. The must sition entitled, "The Ballad of tho Uouverneur (N. 1 .) Herald. Merchant." 'Trust Bust." o. (it llli Nlrool, "Hoy," taid u gentleman to tlu hot UAMW.-Ma- ny a young Hcw'Aia: of tier of a hotel, on alighting from lift Louisvillo, - - Kontucky, phxton, "extricate that quadruped man, says tho Boston Tianrri)l, has from the vehicle, ttabulate him, do fallen into tho hands ot a knave, and INVENTOR nate him an adequate supply of nu- como within nu nco of going lo the AND MANUFACTURER tritious aliment, and when tho aurora deuce. opTur of morning shall again illumlnato the "What nro Iho best stories T" "That "U'OM.O YOKE" SIIIUT. horizon, I will reward thee a ecunia-r- y depends. When you aro telling them, compensation for thino admirable tho long ones are; when you nro listFino Lines of Men's Underwear. hospitality." Tho boy ran into the ening, tho short ones." I'arisian. a a lioiuo-antold his master that a A student In tho preparatory Latin Dutchman wnulod to see hint. astonished his teacher with the followm a Female College. A New Jersey farmer put a mop ing translation : "I7r, a man; nt'ii, a man-trap- . on the end of a long pole, saturated trap; V'iratii, a STANFORD, KY. it with coal oil, let it on fire, and then I.NgTANTANim'S KmCTIC Two ten- undertook to dislodgo tome aggresslvo spoonsful of mustard mixed in warm with a ruLL corps or teachers hornets that had erected a nest under Tor u child with croup it rewater. IM tuUtulWu wilt vn tho caves of his bam He dislodged lieves at once. Ho also dislodged a horso, two them. ITS TENTH SESSION, Cookinii Kdtifl. A toasiooiifii! of cows and all his summer crojis. on the vinegar put in thu water will keep the SMI M0XIKVY IXSIU'TKllltnt.NtXT. It never pays to fret and growl eggs from breaking whilo being when fortuno seems our foe; the bet- tionchcd. ALL lilt aUtUNCULrt OF A .i ter bred will push abend, and strike Her TH0R0UQU ENGLISH COURSE A Slim Qnti.'s KriTAi'ii. tho braver blow, 1'or luck Is work, and those who shirk should not lanwnt lies a girl as ono forgotten, who lost art Uuslst, m wtll m their doom, but yield tho play, nnd her shape wilh the rlso of cotton. MUUIU. THE LANUUAOl. UHAW. -a a 1NU AND I'AXNTIttO. clear tl e way, that better men havo Tho New York Sun says it conroom. sumes 3.800,000 pou mis of paper TICIIMM l 1 J2 II ATK. When the old gentleman comet yearly. homo and finds hit daughters have got U Tyllk. ulm fruu 111 l l ti lb Tlio Boston iW thinks Ihal two raUriiiAtiuMrU, lrliuitftA liurufJItu hit slippers and the easy chair and the in iieriujj,w,ia ,viiUi(s, beads nro licttrr than ono In n liarrel. evening paper ready fur htm, he real-ite- a Yvt that is the season for a fall openTruo politouoef Is Iu say tho kindest MltM.full (vrllntlftrvr, u lo Ikuitl, AeM4Jt'cM M. V, IHn.MI.AHr, ing of his ocket-book- . thing Iu the kindest way. jIUuCmJ, UmwUCb.,Kr IT I Illustrated ! DENTIST, Ilcniitlfkilly 350?!! YEAE. The Scientific American s Ur, l.rstrljM The Stltutlfle AuifHraa eeklr Dtwtiirr of Id iwen. PrlDlM In tbf tuosl ItMuiIiuUlyM, iirofiusfly Uluitratcd with tIoiJi ncwrat IdtmiIIoiu toil cngrivlnii, f rreieotlng tbe tbtisoatreccu4VlTatKliitb Art! ttvl CrlfncM. iDrluUlDft ntw toJ InlcrnllDX facti In AKflculturp, liortUullur, thu llonie, II filth, MfJIrtU'rouri. hoeUl iHcieoce, Naturil HUtorr, (leolocy, Aitroiio--myTb tuoal TtluaU prvcucal itperi, ly eiui-ndriMrtwentsof&lcuc, will lie vrttn (uunl In th Selenitic Aniertrsn. Tcrnu, J3.30 yttr f I.M ball yrar, which lncluJHiMwUst llt rouat to A Rent a. HlDsUoopte. 10 rent. til.l Iit lUuilt by lottal wler o 1 L N N all ncwavlealrn. A CO., 1'utllatien, 87 lark ltow. New York. MQiirclloti with tha Aiucrlran,Miu Wvmm AOk fmHolMtttit ol Aiueiicmn and ur- etgn llttenta, hav haJ U yeart tt)crtrnrpt ail now hart tbbrcatctabllhiuent lu lh worU Wttniaartobtalbntioa iImImwI teruta, A I'wUi uollre ta tuaJc In tha Auerlean f all lit veoliona patented IbroutU tbla aucy, with tli iiaiuaand rralileocaor tbw iteutt. liy b tm iisna circulation Ihua Klveo. 1'ublle aitentlun to Ihaiuerltaorthtnaw iUnl, anJ aaks or IntruJuctloaoftaueaally ettViteX Any ixnuMi, w uo oaa uiauo imw aiacoTery or ihtcuiioii, ria wertalD, frroftbargt, wbetlier a patent fniri u ably U obtained, by wrlllof loMt'im A alau aend In our llaot-Uooalmut Ik 1'tUlii i, Lawa, I'ateuta, Careata, their roai and bow iirorured. with blula lor prucurtog adiaa-cetoInteollooa, Aildfeaa. Vr th l"ainr or JII'N.V A 0 . uuw, tirw ivts at Itll PATENTS. .Ml WW ,aPT N. SID PLATT, l. OrBce, Cur. V A lib blfc, Waahtnglot), CAN-READI nn lC TO PEOPLE WHO Your allnttlou U loflU-- Ibattba la tbe tnttounieiucitt CINCINNATI -- WJGKKIsY: A COIMKlCCIAl laWtJuuiniiewaikaiNra Del aurtM iCr Mawa, Uuaibeaa lUtjufla, ,n ikaMHiatt, wiu urn iuruuaru( asi ed 1 Stanford lu erary aua ottvti paid, lanal'ivac. YEAR AND 3 MONTHS FOR 81. Ml Jii 1. ISM, and tob-Tbla offer to aland atripllwoaiouatoiroui inoiiiuooi meir recvpitwa at tola ofhr, and cuutlauo lor I year udl luoiiiba. sail Dollar Weekly CuuaiertUl, Uktn at th nia aaoied a bote, v a allow traah ewuwUaloaof 10 per rent totblMiiuaater Deputy t'oaiiiuuierwliitb Oranlarr aurlni and furwarJliif h aaute Out or tuf saiuM uar baarulat a llwo aa buy t eouvenleut, and llubauay bo mad up of Hmsui tVr dlltsveut lt-OmoUeiullUurwa wual lu all eaapa be far lha net amount tlu, ttto proper brtlt rtUlwad by Iba torwaixlrr. A largo poptr la llm club of tbla reuatkably lowprU-erpottweu proAtaUotolbo obo who (eta It oi roplea tco to any odJrtwa, and irlllai OJiautinatiou rd Cash Commissions. ,;r"!:- - EilrwrihiryOSfrr; WiIjCcxEtrciil ca Trill paper m nona aro deal roua of taklnf Aimanr abort Ummi on trUU that they may havo an oppur luully ojudcintt ottta aaerlla, wo woel Ikat warn and uako tha ooVr UKud Iho Weekly 4.ytuieru puatpald a mom jin rn .! Tola oflorlorewaluopea, till Jan. I, IM0, Hrlptlooa todaiolioai tiuio vl thwr reoeyiWa m we lb La oltco aod clluoo Ikroo woutka, 1 rout, taah tswioubnloai to Out Onwularra or ow frvo oy ar oasrh i Ub U Un,aa tloh Oryaolairfa M. IIAlAlt'AII A U.. uarprrfor, von le ci:.vrsi al tr lVvprMMai1niuiiiXMUbarrlilttlMull (ItMUiwU Dw JJr.A, A, VakjtM UAteut lyond VVorkly (Vts.uur(UUl fcUiiti4. ky. oi. attlplloMlsrll wllb blot llirbauttl wilh piowi'l ailrulW, WV The Arrears of Pensions Act passed It is aiM thai I'ol. Cole, President of are 1st and his manger (InVs.livlll ami t'hatlsnoogs It It. is ing a deep scheme fur the next Presi- by n Congress seeking popularity with negotiating kt Ike pUMba-e- . nf lha Lank-vill- a dency. The move Is for him to go tn a ctrlain element has opened upn big and Nahvlll It. IL with a slew ol C.-- .Tho say that eonmlldsllng It with Cuba to spend the Winter, after a few avenuo of fraud. hh mad. This would more receptions aro given him. Next over 100,000 new claims have been give him a clear mule to the seaboard, Friday Morning, Norewber 21, 1879. Spring he will return to make a tour filed, of which 00,000, at least, are and Virtually the control of the railroad of the 8oulh, where, we Irani, nu fraudulent. The Commissioner esti- system of the Smith-wes- t. . says i What can The New York Hvif.Tw.v, will scarcely h merous Grant looma are nlrcady mates that JJfO.OOO.OOO Nothing A. ft. Cornell do as Governor' springing, and, by a promise of stand- pay the demands next year. woith while. lie ran Jnt fill the plice, In 1S63Wbi. ing up for all lections of the country A Bamn.k Tardox. Br Tim time our readers tee this simply ssn bung flllsabnng-hole- . lit has F. Kennedy, now a resident of Crab and to earnestly endeavor, If elected, Item 8,000.000 bushels of Pittsburg never Indicated the rwesIon of Ideas. Gar-lan- l, Orchard, but then n resident of to bring about a conciliation between coal will hnve been delivered to the We Infer he has none. Hut, wlih the help rode to nhowt that Frank John-io- n a solid North and a solid South, work largo cities along the Ohio River, that of the blind mole, John Kelly, he his an was building and called him down tip a still greater boom nud insure his worthless stream having finally de- awered to defeat the great Demoeratle ZThc 3nlfrior journal Giuxt nw jinuimsKir.ua. lVEIXiLIISTBinr nv a.Wnrrcii Mats & Mrs. Ilruce, KRNTl'tKI. mrrri NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER! r. wifar Sn aTArimnD, Timber and Stavo Land for Sale nfltilbrr J FirrMtn HiMHwlrJi HUi In Mural!. (H On tract or 4ft tfff i rVff Ktni'i Mom. la Tunnel, n (hot, lrisftfKMrrslfllmWml mH tipMitim.Iit Th ixr JUlTi Urg Hnt Unlit am hfavilr Mk. rhMlint. bnhUr. Ae . fttvl if mUllr ? both IratHaiinstlH.sjrJfl' mTrrH with "UfH 14. of ttrt I'!, from ths roof. On hli approach, Ken nedy accuied Johnson of slandering him to a mutual Jady acriulntnce, which Johnson proteted wm false. Kennedy replied that he would believe tho lady in preference to him, and remarking, "I think I will kill you any way I" drew a piitol and shot Johnson dead, Thii is theitatemcnt of a rcaprctablo and truthful lady, who witnessed the deed from a crack A. negro man who wai in the home. present somewhat modifies the state tnent, but not Terr materially. The state of lawlessness and Intimidation then existing in Garrard, and which for many years alter ward existed, or, per hips from the worthiness of the officers, prevented any legal notice of tho deed until that state of affairs had ended, and a day of general reckoning came. In this general reckoning,Kcn-ncdy'scas- e came up for Investigation, and in February last he was indicted by the grand jury for murder. After considerable delay, the warrant was sent to the Sheriff of Lincoln, who immediately went to serve it on Mr. Kennedy, but ha had sloped for the With a division within nomination. tho party In New York and n prospect of bad leadership in tho Democratic party, the chance for Grant for a third term arc growing daily In an interview lho other stronger. day, he ipoko as follows to a Cour.rr-Journman: "You may tell the and, through it, tho people of the South, that in whatever position I may in future be placed, that while always determined t support the National Union, I am for those and only those things which will allay all bitterness of tho past all sec and those which tional animosities will make ue a united, great people, such as wo are bow really believed to be by the great Nations of the Old ... West, where be remained fir several months ami was a fugitive from jus tice to last Saturday, when the ma chine at Frankfort ground out his Personally, it is a matter of pardon. indifference to us whether Kennedy is punished or parioncd, and we do not blame him or his friends for securing pardon, if possible; but it is the principle of the thing at which we pointment, nnd ho immediately acmust look. It is true that many years cepted it. Baldwin was once Goverhave gone by since the commission nor of Michigan, which is the only of the deed, a wifo and family havo office of note he ever held. He is a been added to partake of the disgrace self-mad-e roan, is President of a Naand punishuieut that would follow the tional Bank and has amassed afortune Mr. Kennedy, but, are conviction of He is a as a boot and shoe dealer. these sufficient reasons for the Gover good Republican, but n mild mannernor of the great Commonwealth of ed man, and the stalwarts arc not yet Kentucky to extend executive clem pleased. encv to a man who, at the time of Col. TnoMFSOX, of Harrodsburg, tho pardon, was living outside of and Is tickling old Blackburn up so that in defiance of the law ? Had he surbo will pardon his client.Toni Buford. rendered to the authorities and shown He said in bis speech before tho spc-cin- l himself willing to abide the requireCourt of Appeal, the other day, ments of the law, then, with the other that ho "wished to God that Blackcircumstances connected with his cue, burn had been Governor flirty years." a pardon may not have been out of All we have to say is that it' he had place. Hut, ne insist that in this, as been, Kentucky would now have well as in many other instances, Blackbeen such a howling hell hole rf crime frrafaaJliuC t,afurd, Kr- burn has abused the power conferred OffiM and Kihm ad I Cnra wbaarnd lhlr I that the army of England could not Inspect 2,700 miles of their lines. dma. ML II O 1UX1T, people, upon him by a simple-mindem rearl Street. cw York TiaM V. The Richmond (Va.) Light Infantry have brought it into itibmision to the who thought because he had faced the Blue, whose organization dates back to laws of the land. Yellow Fever that that alone, gave 1793, attended the unrolling of (ieneral 4M4 ItrvacfcbU If tho Penitentiary question is not Thomas' Statue at U'anhlngtnn, on the tW mi him ability for the performance of the lVi.NKlSlf.l.Nft the time of the meeting of ISth. llaal.a ituniari J j.lja duties of ths office of Governor. He solved by James P. Furgurson, who shot and n Ittn has shown himself a weak and vascil tho Legislature by a releaso of all the rllatn n ii b. itatanM--annrlrtwfilmtsfMrttvrt Tr tt mnt Mtt on tniL Li kilted J. A. Comb- -, at IIopLInsrillr, an il cot lating individual, settling upon a rule convicts, that body can not do better account of which is glren on our first waaVT.. IKDICINU CO.rTff.f. l,.j. than to pass a law to put the convicts, page, was held for y to be knocked sky-hig- h Uls4 ATtUI MsV.l manlsughter In the For instance, when the petition or as many as are necessary, at stork sum of $1,500. IALESMEN WANTEam , The Tug, Seymour, baring In tow of Mr. E. II. Kennedy, who was in on public Improvements, such as tho ooV'mWTO WITH the hands of the law, wns presented to Kentucky and other rivers, under tho four tugs, three dredges and eight sctiws, CIGARS TO) DEALERS-- i AtrM)flihaDdcxTcniea encountered a gale on Lake Ontario, on ?4f him, ho emphatically said that be control of the State. They could then 4)1 Haraplet the night of the 18th, destroying her tows l fA.us iuisj Wfuwitywa out would, In no cose, pardon before trial, get plenty ot pure air and be made tn HOLMES' THIMBLE. I llisawri4UwlttaroijraplliiuuD,aIw and drowning 31 persons. advance materially tho public inter iHcndasfs mnmn Yet when W. F. Kennedy, who was m. aoiwcr. K,tU8TLHiCU Kentucky psjr $7,010,803 rerenue to "J anoiirt. ClaciimU. una, ssfcy outside of the law, presented Ins peti- ests. the Government yearly. She standi fourth The Louisville papers arc very In the Hit of Slates, her amount being tion, he goes back on his emphatic HEAIsjSelf-Oili- ng rule, and exercises bis clemency. But wisely discussing the importance of ex- - wore than double that mid br the ix L.-- & N. R. R. from Liv New l'jigland Stales together. Oonosmss, iaky bw CfcatasMtt, we can expect nothing from a man tending the s sjsjt.usi sua" 'ssisw Three prisoners, John Dubois, white, Crw,l(Mi IStWWSH II W artMiVTTai nm who was elected under such circum- ingston to Knoxville. There arc only held for hou Clirln. Harris neslstral IM . li I ar iitara'si stances and who is governed not by sixty miles, a good deal of which has gro, convicted of manslaughter, and CHI arts. Ii dmnlMf sul EttrtnsBiDTat& ti pmthlr fesMMsuiordiOaVT WfticA, been graded, letwccn tho two points, Isaacs, negro, for sense but by impulses and caprices. ThCSO Wagons are nou off'eral escaped lo the furmeti of Central Kentucky, with Ht'oii McDebmott, editor of tho and it Is Louisville s only show to from the Lebanon jail Tuexlay night. -- The Postmasters of the United States Jersey City Herald, and a wise politi- compete with Cincinnati for tho South oHiimlrri'Vory Important nnd an honest set compared with the comFLEETWOOD'S cian, publiibes an Interview with Til-de- ern trade. It will be the most direct aie Ilocontlmpro'vomonts male in mon run. The loss by them, throughout which he bad with him a year route to the Seaboard, and ought, by the country to the Government for two thelait tx wontis, Ihemotl mparlant nf QT?r tO lllwlrallona. all manner of means, to le built. ago last Summer, in which Mr. Tilden rears, has been hut of one aaTr 1 aD wo Mad thai addraasi mad aU fBU I sja.np, jsuar iciiWi is the Holmes SolfOiling A Breckinridge county girl was er cent. said that he disapproved of the ElecThimblO Skein, avoUting Ute great The Administration's eatlmate of extoral Commission as utterly unconsti- wooed and won by an aristocratic fel! inconvenicnee of removing the vluili to tutional, but that he was not consult- low, who led her tn believe that he In- penditures Is $15,000,000 orer Isat year.lhe SAWINB THE tna. ed eveu by Mr. Hewitt in regard to tended marrying her, but when the aggregate Iwlng $130,317,129. Ami this oil than. too, In the face of all the blows about Ilolmet' SLein and liox'mg doe tncay it, ami couhl not interfere to oppose day came and the feast was spread he economy and reform that we heard before with all tide draft, the great olijttlion in it. He further said that he blamed sent her a note, saying that he did not the elettlons. all other Sleini, 01 the Slcin i$ perfectBayard and Thurman for the passage love her and could not make her his The lteadj asters recently elected In ly ttraight. of a bill that they knew to be uncon- wife. The crowd would have hung Virginia say that they Intend to elect GenlaVaTSSSSl& Tlteie U'wjoui, tri'li thii late imnroro stitutional, thereby defeating him and htm if they could havo frund him, eral Mahone, the leader of the rascally lot, JsSaVv IsbbbbbBPTT s'SitMBiSM3f fm rnrnt, will run from 200 to 600 lbs. putting Hayes in the White House. and their action would havo been em- as United States Senator. They claim that THC EMAI SUCCESS w t in they to make an equitable settleinently proper. Questioned at to his reasons for not Liglltor Aan any tcagon not prodded vonEsrui imonu ment of the State debt." LaaburttaTlBgsUIAlllTBIDIMsUSAWHAninril office nlNewYork, If he The Cincinnati ComsuTciaTt WashVanderbilt, the great Railroad man, la fully damuaatrttUNl bf U naoiiicr lo dm aud U vith tltem, in projxirtion lathe the nnd 1 rfiBii iihwi LaOCIOf IDTIUf, believed himself elected, lie said that ington correspondent, who has a pecu- has agreed to pay all of the expenses of mraiupuiuu aaw ibtms loca or cord wood In on load. wtJsi dy aad tNMl--cut lhaa Iwomaucaa tttaold wir. Il Firfi Urol, it Co. Aaw the extlmire perhaps he should have done so, but liar nose for figures and statistics, pub bringing Cleopatra's Needle front Kgypt win aaw i wo (boiloc. la tor mlBMca. K?rr trmrwmr Towoihlp inaij wtuitad. Illusiratad Urmlar and TnDia. civil war might have been the result, lishes the report of the Comptroller of to Ne York City, and putting it Into po ttcad fur AidrM V. V. HOS.THI1U A COu right to ute them in the United Statu. 179 ElM lsU ItsacUuuUI. O as Grant was ordering troops toWash-iogto- u. the Currency, showing that the circu- sition In Central Park. Hut then there The lhxing is si) eotutruelnl that it Iww " Imiutora are doubts whether the Khedive will alIMrVRIf'Vfflmamiiws. Waaxaaaoidn-ll- and it impottiUe He did not consider himself lating medium has been inflated du low It to come. for them lo looten or turn in aiM buuatt aud uwnansi OsOtrol At twrftJCl tails rttu oo tbeaa Ulaal ludlBg Haw MatUlava. the iiootf. VVt warraul c Try tuaictiiaa. to blame, but the people should never ring the last sixteen months one hun The report published to the rHVcl vwreteoatl in have suffered it. The personal wrong dred and seventy millions of dollars, that an enrolled copy of the Coiutitullon They tale in ont-thir- d to him was of little importance, but of which one hundred millions are gold of Kentucky, was not to be found at the theSlein than Ute old ttyle. Capitol, turns out to be a piece of silly and Tlte tlioulder lo than it a perttl-fiUinthe violence done our system of pub-li- e and silvei sensational bosh. Two such copies were FOR TAXES. Kind land. It can not lose any oil at tlte government ought not to have Tun New York Him says that Bay- found In the vault of theSecre-tar- r been tolerated. point. McDermott publishard Is a highly respectable man, of exof State's office. On Monday, December 1, 1879, Tlte Azlet are one lire larger titan the es this now because be says Mr. Til- cellent intentions aud moderate capacA New Yotk dispatch of Republican den seems relegated to private life.and ity. But lie is not, in any proper orlaln, saya that tli leaders of the I)nioc- - IJUInaCouaij Court Ir. eorretpondlng tiiet of xeagont not tiling T will !! to IK. blgbcKt LlJJcr, st tb. OvurU the Jiolmn Skein. it can do him no political or personal sense, a statesman, nnd he has never racr or that blateara trvln(to eflect a tl iiUMdwr, usuaturd, Kr., u fuiiowinj luuiU tbcreor at will hurt. J7i Wheel aie boiled in oil brfrc Klwetn Ttt.ln ami ienr, so Ul; or mi tk. Hi.t.ol Kmlutkr aatUrr lb. bats auw and lb Couatr originated, or even proposed, any lion, vl Uoivln lr lb. WIowIdj vers lt Gitosa frauds have been discovered measure of public Importance during that tli l'reslilentlal llcltet mav rea.l XU0 ArresollslDd. BltuatMJ urar Oab ursbard, paintingsheneethetiretlynotlooieml anil '"".WwiMni,,TOOrrt llioniM r. I.avam,ni ixiavrare, t UaTlJun Mania, lo ma tingle uiaanee inWiiu our Avmiif-- j In tho returns of Maine, and it is now his whole career in tho Senate. 'rjsnd'W. U'ni. II. Tnitlisll, of Iiullaua, .aalUtr hlaUiraduaar Hit roar. hating told 000 of them in the. hut probable that 17 of the 31 Senators arar iflu urroaru, T .Mrs. l.nitiy J. uututj, wtfa nf Ilia , I Afr. .1 Lanu, ., ,W( Ku,t ,L ,. 1(l. Is more thau we have tbo heart m M (i uxyeart. and 85 of the 101 Itepresentativee will eilltor of tli Turf. 1 uli and lant,ltm 17 bta laan br 'II sud 'II. to ask, but we really wish we could il,- I Horn. a. Lot la IVabOreharJ, an.1 r,nl. .tan.l.l.r v.f .... .ll.iln. Mil Uagont U'i bejor tale HI ulli be Democratic. The Republican can- receive tlio Covington CWimohhy(iJi rf ? ika iinrtwrlTidNaaTV - J. wrdvkr. I. aallalr brr :.- Kulalied lawrcr. James K laaca imt fa. su. at uvll at Iran Axlet. hi 1). S. didate for Governor failed to get a Ilotilnson, died at Cartlome, Ike reahlvnee Acrtabf lud. iwar Iba lands 0 Kauav Uadd dally. It Is a bright paer, hulinil-en- t Alum Snrinnt. irio uill of her father, near Georgetown, Ky, on and ulbara, UtImI nu aa lb. .rinrrlT al liturg. Maruvll. at- majority over all opponents, aud, aci ' to the backbone, anil one which Monday morning, after a lingering and Iwaa, lv aallif T balsiu- - nf bla lairs wr lb. yaar hair uajom on exhibition on public and cording to the laws of the State, the 117. painful Illness. we always peruse with pleasure. 4 Arra lr Land, aJjntulag 111. lands bt Ttin Churl dayt ut Danville, Ilarmhlurg election of that officer goes to the legiBorne ioil In Bath county are lavlad nu alb. uiopvrlr or Ned One great objectiou to tlio nominaeiciled over tha trang specta- llrawB, loaattiry blalasaa Iwr Ibayaara'iTand'VS. and Stanford, and by us ol Ijlanmi. slature. Maine under Democratic AUullUAcraatrLand, nn fall IJik tion of liayanl tor the l'rcslilency is cle of something In the form of a man In larlad nn sa lb. iiou-Hjr .1 Wnt. SfnclrlMi, I. l.very II agon it guaraulreil in writ mid-airule will be a new thing; but stranger malting gestures and assuming bll UMkl '17 and ';. that It would suit tbo Republtcaus too various attitude. It la tht belief of aom things than that have happened. AeraabTUud. aJHi'siNaixr Ra.ldand bib-ri- ing by vt. welt. They are anxious for Bayard that it was Wise, and somo claim to have Uilod va aa tb I'rviwrlr r lllw lll(tua, We agree with tho Frankfort Yeo- to run, but the name of Tilden tight- seen a bolloon above lilm, It may have ...1 . lauilj. 111. uui br 'TS. n and fa. O.-- J. I Air.br Uud.naar Iba UuJa (,1 I'll NnJcr and' 1 IT 1 ,1 ,TI)C been Mulhatttn. man that the feasting of and toadying to ens them Into fits. Hirlr The salaries of County Judges vary .lbara,laTladbuaall. 'tisnd'ts. f JM. lllbaKia, t X IIUJJiS.1 kJ Uaatlily blalasrafir Grant Is becoming diigustiog. The greatly In the But as the following shows: glun-luiuJoe Ulackduih names a new team Pastes, countjr, $1,000; Christian county, .aI ai lb. btupafSf U.kswsarCrabOrrbard.UTlad slfaartli A (lllksrabu, t. salt." Gmmil Aytnlifar thitrul .Ay. millions spent In honoriog Lira have for President about onco a day. He $800; Warren and Logan, each, $000; Bar- tbalr him tar Ts. bcea bo much wasted, and the thing is almost as bud at talking politics as ren and McLean, each, $500; Hopkins, Tb. slur. snu.lr HI U aUil Lr isah la band bU Also Atjtit$Jr Avtwy & .SW Cart $100; Breckinridge, $37A; Ohio, $300; But. I. aallarr IbaaluT. Ists tui ).,U BSfruUf ougbt to atop. Louisville is next in his brother Luke Is at pardoning ler and Uravson. each, fMO; l'ulaakl, $300; A. SI. ITI.ANII.a. I. k, ' J. (.llbMaan, D.K. aud Steel riou at Wholtult and JU tall, to make a fool of herself. turn in Uarrard,$tOO; Lincoln, $000; Clark, JSO0. tttlH World." The Governor of Michigan has ap pointed Fernando C Beaman, nf Adrian, to succeed old Zack in the United States Senate. A dispatch years old nnd says that he Is sixty-fivfeeble, and was one nf tho original party, founders of the Republican being a dclegato to tho Jackson Convention when that party was organiz ed. He served ten years ns a mem ber of Congress, and was retired from that position to tho obscurity of Judge of Probate of Lenawee county, which office he now holds. Later The stalwarts kicked so fearfully at tho appointment that the Governor had to get old Beaman to decliue. Henry P. Baldwin was then given the ape ihaaif. j. n a it. u. norm k.! KUnAmt, Nor IITfc partr. cided to take a rise. In Cincinnati Governor-elec- t Cornell, nf New York, lxuisville, where lho priro per and others have prepared a call for a and bushel has been from 30 to 10 cents, meeting of the National Republican Com mitter, to be held at tho Arlington Hotel, I MtMthMtolnttirwrlptUni A Mmk war it has fallen to 10 cents. Washington, D. C Dec. 17, to take appro Mtt,f fMnotVI fxl ISH hamlt 1M1; a ftivl ! h in) n Gov. Underwood's papcr,the Bow- priate action upon the death of the late hoc nw. 4 f frt ols rnttir liftman honlj a tar hrt mi I Teat? iM( ling Green Inttlllgeneer, will mako its Senator Chandler, and In consider the lime wilt, man niira Mliti. ThT wftv tauahi at Mfcllmfl. irian from Lara. efScotl.twIniltp, Neither and place of holding the nest National I A Imf DrtUHl4,3 TNMO 13U ban.1, alia ami first appearance to morrow. rwii tvonthlat Jftha nanry-- a mm, la thli Uttmir, money nor talent has lieen withheld Convention. A ijilrronipenMllaa wllll-fattl to inr frnt thtt nit lnfi.nlt.m that The Court of Appeals has reversed will rttnra hm me, from it, and its advent Is anxiously will km totarirrfCOTtrr !. iiiihiii.n of the Criminal Court of Jes the ilccldon looted for. samin m the caw of Wilson Fair, who .vor.V tTKKRXT r.rnTs. remembered shot and killed a SALE OF VEUSOXAIiTV. It will I JaOouM has n.t lnvrlrd $.1,800,-00- 0 colored pirter at the Verandah Hotel, be I will aril at .hl!(aclUa cause the latter awoke him from a drunk tn Hie Missouri Pacific It. It. In Fan Francisco, Mtilran doll.tr are en sleep to goto lied, and who was let off OX N.lTIUtIAY, XOV. 22. 'Z with tht light sentence of two years In the worth 07 ami trade ilo'tara 99 cents. Al Mr rrtbtaww il riwfi M II Islington's delinquent list for Penitentiary. 00 or ttOO Tli following are the oflleial returns 3 Horses,!! Yoke of tattle, the last tight jvar amounts to $93,000. bbls. Corn, 200 Shocks or fodder, a thetl.-ctl.In New York. The figure Voorhls a Itrpuultran New Jersey of lot of 11 heat, Meam Thrasher X .Sep In Cornell ram Indicate a plurality, the CbngrrMmsn, Is In Jsll fur rnibniltmral. arator, ttagnns iionseand hllrnen Cornell, Rep. Governor, I urnitnre, .e.r... terms al the ate. As soon as (Irani rrarlml Chlcajo, the others nisjorille 80,172; Hroklns, Rep. Lt. Governor, 1,130; price of liver was rslnl to trrwenta er J, I. IAM!X,JH Csrr, I'.ep. Secretary of State, 4,411; Wads. cIsm, worth, Rep. Comptroller, 7,059; Ward, f)vr a million ,tvaot mall mallrr ti.mi:. Rep. Attorner General, 7,909; Wendell, Is liamllnl In the New York Office Re. Treasurer, 4,0.31; Seymour, Dem. daily Engineer A Surveyor, 8.9C9. Traitor Kel- LOUfSVILLE>.SOUTHEHN Mrs. Mills Kolunls, of Urrro.lsbiirg', was fonnil ilml In lirr chair this wcvk ly's rote numbered 77,471. RAILROAD LINE. Tli irer has revived lb Hsrry llcartillfase. Tli Supreme Court of the United Raldwin murder in Cincinnati, br pub TItAI.NS I'.OINU .NOBTM Stairs has ilrcMel that the Trails Mirk lishing an account showing that William ItallV Sehaller, an extensive brewer, fired a stray Ei.fNnJ. Et Knn.1 Not. IS. 117. law I unconstitutional. The whotcsile dry goods Gnu of shot that did the killing, ami that he had !.v. RIcbMAn.!. .m.. SS sat . ISO Walker Ilros. A Co., Memphis hare failed paid the detective and police large sums of H laeatUf. Utlnpioo. . ai low money to rover up Ihesnspiclon. Sehaller , 74 rrab Orrhard with liabilities of $200,000. iu r S3 sa 1X1 . brought a 1111 suit against the "' HUatxJ , I. Hit I'initon, the Lnntsiana ncero thereupon shikr " llM a as Company $39,000, but it " ltaattll air for Emjuinr sol who swore so nicely at John .Sherman's SSO II I HiirMiiMntH thought that he did so lor rflVcl, and to 10 II I SO r- as Uhanca. . bidding. Is now ii for mrinlerlng; her VQ 11 S3 i1,VIIITn.M a bold face to the matter. put Ar. Ubon JaBcikm..UM put - Last Friday, in Newport, Ky, Annie " Uoclanall JiKllcn.. 1 00 The statue of General fleo. II. Thom .! I 40 " UmlitlllA S3 loft", who bad been scdjircd under promise as, which was untciletl at Wajhtnjtnn on I Trumsoomo woth of marriage by one Charles Schuerer, went Wtdnesdsj, coat $CO,O0O and vretihs 7.60S ISIlr TUSK In company with her brother to his boardpounds. . Not. is, Cx.r.n.L Ea.eufrl. fulfill Ids Col. John liar, who was the private ing bouse and asked him to Lv. aualoiU ...M 111 pa ... Secretary of President Lincoln, has been promise and save her honor. He refused, " rrabUrvhanl If) ' S IU a h Ar. tlTlncteou.. . made Assistant Sccretarr of State, Seward after her most piteous entreaties when "lie Lt. Lsnraalrr. . drew a pistol from unite! her shawl and Ar. lli(bMon.lH . ..- hating rcfigned. his heart. Maia Lla Train The special court called to try '.he sent a bsll whining through IIimi Jaartlw r. )1 i arrlTM N.k,llUMB I'. U., Mnaplil, Sinter ami brother then delivered them-hIvli'.ifonl. apnea! has adjonrncd In meet en , to the jailer, snd on Monday both A. M HNIIMKTf rW A. M the 3rd of IVcemWr. hen they will dewere acquitted of the charge of murder. l'UM.Mix liver an opinion. The sympathy In regard to Mia Hon was The net earnings of the Baltimore T MmwkK IJttb. Rock. UoMIe, ItmHfmnr intense, ami the announcement of the de am innai. Ohio IEallroail during the year closing cision of the court gave the greatest satis November 1, were $C,502,."S4lIan Increase of faction. Upon examination It wa found EMIOnANTS, TAKE NOTICE I $123,700 orer 1878. I hat Schuerer had not only mined the TltU rxtl wirr Over four hundred of the convicts to girl, terribad 200 Hllaa Short eat to Taxait, that hare served terms tn the I'enilentlsry ble butaim outcommunicated her a incurable dieae. and hare taken up their roidence at Fiank- Tt ia rKh(kkrr an-- ratfa U9t m ,f ( wnrr rviiit, 11 n lm furt since their releac. 1KW iUTtUTlStlll5T. Little Andy Stephen', Senator from tjfickisT, eucwKsr ami iir.sr flcorgla, ssrs that the Democracy could go k I1F.NTS WANTED br IU Pot ami rlr,t. U all polal. In Ulannri. Caatas ItllMtS, KelllDS 111 lor HI nooai and BIMm. rrtcrt Intllana, lava Ntaka. (4orado. Atkanu. 1 farther ami get a wore candidate for the rruiievU S3 run. u tm tbarim national M. Loali, Mo. DalvlaatnoathMi t Cbk-a- . Mt ImiU an.1 IL.t. its cvnt. CI rant, M I'residencr than For alawl TltkrtR lb Huuth. ka aaa. drada, and Etwlarant KaH-- i ! The Pennsylvania Company controls . rnnMtTLY AND rEU-- 1 Tciaa, Ar , acUma ATMOIli; lanUaUXtlearnv mthi iiai. imt iwaci AST., 0,733 miles of railroad, and Col. Scott ami reined with a valuable' DlFJ Asruoar. Aral. ImUtMI Kv party will, on Ihelr present Western trip, l, MUMIS HTBAYFJ). GEO. H. BRUCE S CO ii li As Special Agents of one of the Largest Clothing Mamifactories in the United States, we carry a Larger and More Desirable Line of CLOTHING and sell for Less Money than ordinary houses can afford. On account of Peculiar Advantages in connec- X lt oMi:.si:n Jflln... la ...' ttt iAi.iri: cms i,t tion with Leading BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORIES East, we keep a Fuller and More Varied Line of BOOTS AND SHOES than any similar house in Central Ky., and sell them at prices heretofore unknown in this market. Over 125 Cases already received for the Fall trade, and more on the road. As Agents for the Great Merchant Tailoring Establishment of Devlin & Co., New York, we take Measures for Gents' Suits, Overcoats, &c, and sell them at prices only a little above Eastern-mad- e work. Fashion Pjates, together with a large line of Samples always on hand and open to inspection. Our stock of Ilats, Notions and Gents' Furnishing Goods always full and up to the standard in point of styles and prices. We buy for CASH and sell for CASH, and if you will give us a trial we Avill guarantee to save you money. Respectfully, M, mss b.W GEO. H. BRUCE UKIKEKirSI-T- & CO. II It n. ('. ItlTLKr. $$ Q tA JJ j'l ATARRH FISH BROS. MAIISCKALL & 1HJPLEY, H sellH irc mm .1. uv r & N ' OF LONG EXPERIENCE, -- ii WEorr-NE-n- A Splendid Stock of Foreign & Domestic Cloths & Cassimeres, U Sallahlr for llrnts' IVrnr, fur Vail and Winter, OLD MATIIENY STAND, COR. MAIN & SOMERSET In I he STS.. STANFORD. THE DEAF a,, Skeins. Its hi tt I i. . stoici:. lliry Mill Cut nuil JIuUc Clollilng In tlio Ijitmt MjIm iniil In lli llt-K- t Mnimrr, mill Uiinnuitrv NiilUlncllini. Cutting mill ItrimlrliiR A'ratlj Hone. MIM'ILLtSinl-l FREE TO ALL Itlace. & ttzTAre still holding forth at the old stand, and as ninal keep a good, sup1IA1UUS ply of articles In their line. -- xtMiti.moik. & NU.NNI'.LLGY JPOFL rvrrd. too &jX.JL,TH. and an ritlWat. Itartllna 4 LIFE OF CHRIST. WILL THE taJTRemember that we keep every Staple and Fancy Groceries: thing in Cash Sugars, Coffees, Holaises, Coal Oil, Tea, Rice, &e.; and in Fancy Orocewt. Oinnail finnAt nf rsrr rleieriD Green and Dry HidCS.FcatherS, tion. Cheese. Cracker.. Spices, Sage. Rags, Bones.Copper, Brass. Slaccaronl, Raiilns, Nuts, Candies, .rrl Uwd A IIANHMIUR IkHuJiaan Maaiiil A A Hamlin Orgaa. (sll an m a.Urraa (Iraf ll.a ROUND I flit. ralaf w. v. wAi.Tojr, Highest Prico euaiurd, Kr, 7S7. OIT.J9LIC3-- . WITH J. & L. SEAS0NG00D & CO., Manufacturers of Clothing, IMrOUTERS&JOBBERSofWOOLENS M. CZ?.- Extracts, &c. it W. COU Id A VINE ST- tsjTWe laid in Just before the late rise, a good supply of Coal Hods, Kitchen Sets. Shoveli, Tones, and COMMISSIONER'S SALE cusrcnriTA'ri. o. WEW DEPARTURE - "slch." ILAND & TOWN LOTS. ' SHERIFF'S SALES """ CrirWe will aim, at all times, during the coming Winter, to be able to McKiimav .Slut ion, famish all who may apply with Ba con, Lard, Fotatoes, Butter, Eggi, H tI,Iu ul a JimIwwI 4.1 lit. Uncwln 4c. We ask parties baying any otliv,u,i,rm.irrr.iainairi.urTia, hi, Clnull in II. laolB. II. II.t'M AtlMIl.. llalalia; a. IL ik. articles to sell to call1 LLLramn. the ir.ij,uist ui,m on us beforo disposing of same else- Saturday, November 29, 1879, where; and we will promise to pay urr it,. imt d.r .r iik iiuui si u.Khm., . , , "iii vsarsj iuuiij iitii, mj sis! ins nifiaeil ulSTKCi price uicciur tu utr. w iuuin m k.n,l...l.k4 .UrU it II Lr. .ir.l. ille4il.wJ MWlllrwIll IU ItJM or II.S.'U, .ta aldtw and mala. Audi, luaklo Ilia aalM . uiuaii'al goodi, wl" l'n'',''1 1" '" (j, W,u , d ass atiKUSTTi swl ISTIIttw. ORGAN TRADE uv MES5iy&CD "' ' VH It j ',, ;, uarWe alio keep a complete stock a,a. an(l Queeniware( Uiopi, Chimneys, &c. ns soon as the tt-- ol, Vk .j llll iie . .. . sib Ulil,l,),i,I.l, g,u InMinl,I dm. Tba aluia rfiua ar. wU In fimlau ,0B rve, to lay ,n a blK ,toclc ot '" ub ui a . .'"""Usr buii. ..d bl ,.ul niatrrUL Tb. .ax a,, .f w full arU rib. Alrf.abobi'l Candid, NutS.andotherarticltSSUit- - ubbaaNbrlb bfMtklaiMrA..r. UHlalu. lb. 1.41 skvtkibLuk b1uuI. Tbrjr bvwbUb ruo nil )).t4 rrisil4iusl terra )Uit. iLrrvuf aiallun. Sib. 14,1 u.s, kulollhall.dlrburs Turni.lka wy tl.rvus;ti( wallitg Unu isutl la w able to Christmas trade. IjiiuI. lUaUsll ial Mill MUl4rlulkt X birWe eiDect. t w VVH.M . a1 .'- - IHII IWMI,. rdurallun, rvuld tuf afiurd U lumbal. rnaonaU. JJj.'Jjrj1"' afuud iMlruwral it w. lam.ll Br. uundrud fin. dbliiat lal Ik. tllll Tra.1 rvnlalntn aUwtSI Arrpa .4 .. bailMlUd Wki.tng Irrua: W. will .ut lbs lb. Un.l.nnln.Wa.lBllaoIlUaU. M. lUilwa, and liaailiHwlalb. lUllrond Ikvpul. t4 KnJi Iar.1, lllorib orgaua dnwn t. fto. and inrtbaarra Sd A frMlvt m Arm sad lb. mailndrr w. will d. ".". llllr.ie.1ra.l. r a, ...... n ...... .1. . .., w.Hlf J A Tra. I bl aliuul S.JJ Arrr nr IAud Ijial .Ii a A MldillburiTuraiiLa. wbllb (Irta tb. Hnbamr sua vaar and ala Mwnlba Iba sin. a iracisiiiArm.ua.uuuind, l Ua rcualdr. Ilraa. Iblak wUI . "" ":"'.. . ;. "Tim " Wlli !, rl, ,u,i man I.,.i'i,. 'T ."h:Al"':!,ht."1tXA Ul- - t..iJn.i.,ut....j..Mjt.,.hii. ,, flt T & into., ctirDon't forget ui when you want Hardware, Queeniware, Glauwaie, Hollow ware, Oroceritii Confectioner lei, Notloni, Clgarf, Xobaccoi, Shot, Vowder.Capi, Wadi, &c. Hit. U-- t SWWfSHMt, h J, svt4iil l alsiHrt an4 of tl. lUik Ii4 ht si, stJJtflnittg 11m Iti4s4llf lavH.t IU Aft ftblMltJ lllMS)UlJIHlarU iW fUOUfb lOlaJJ tuui, Utkltxiulrml u1mmIi. I In IU luibtorr swll, hhMitI ib I If It llsiH. Ii Ut. A ibuut M Aihm 4W Its lUtavWr Trivi. U, TIW ilimtf TttMt sWlUUsiis ltt tt4 tu ot ittUtt iimIm. AftUtrtktMtif hm'i ikl cT aTirirAswKsrhrra Trvrtr sfUit!. ii tli urt Irwjr. ewb Mfux. Ib rljr, b li4 II iMUif vuUnl IV twiii ouUMsj tliruUr cuo-- It Iti mII t titjf WBunMstst. rtu lulus cull tiwl Ml dncilsikMi ivut tbow a (, illrallvn, lVrwii Unliluii llinut ru bbUU Uvhi n ljitrtf ltd pui bi) p - tSU WSBBIBSli f lMsl, iiwwa It isf luuhftMiU4i.f7 on orgtu a m oQcff la tb osvl ft aKN pJtiuiHtJ ky MflnijrtMt uw IbU "' .). . WAIMtKN&HOX,! I', U V Si ssJ U Ubnlba, In iNul 1 KUJdrJ. Iwada Hbrdarcb,ltr, Lraila In. iuilaluianla)dajr blwbs bjstn lb. Uv and lb b. lb. land br brn,lattula and atSsntM t'l l1UlOuVUtlt Ml tf B. II. JCalili.iiiaA: WJ-- . a. mine Km. It, 1S...-- U SlrKINNKV. il.l Ubbir. " l'uurtli Airuue, LOUISVILLE. KY If L V m 1 , of the city, there lo be received by the Mayor with due ceremony. BV The lint of march along ll t streets will be enlivened 3EC. ItiutilmiVt tie rrrn ii rr with every tlili. nelble to make np a OP CTAXP0RP, warm Kentucky welcome In a countryman. The parade will be followed by Every Ihlmjr In enter fur Ihe Fall and Ifitlnt Mnr!i., hlmtIf Hh IMiH rl ktM I'tni'Tlk.Mr. I'rr. A number ef iar llnr I'Vrr. Kdthtng lemls lo th Friday Morning, Nnvralwr 21,1870. riwwuiiEw, iicPDtrjrro .wtSlJVW, fltsSMftf luneh at Ihe Lntilavllle Hotel, supper wllh Winter trad. Our aleek It nJw complete nn Irrrp Nil up l wlmle nlglita IA wil of health like dry, warm feel. Jn mftm th Dilftti fttork rAt. f &. Col. Wallerton, and a banquet and recepin every department. neat I'mf Tir'. metreirle draplay, Imt looking nrer the atoek fif boots and shoe (or Hi Interior Jonr-Prn. Mwrtt.1 rvfHtlf bamllaM tion al Ihe Gall House. Irish linen, table diiieask, Hiwels, crash- thijftr, villi tot pronrtly. till January 1,1881. HnWriho nothing Inil ml --eyM ami beadte he Mf al Harden Urothem' the other day, we IVrsoxat. Mis MaritUonly, far es, Ac llielr imbIim.. TW, we arc rather InrlimNl found an 'mmeime lot of them, of Ihe best now ami itcviia tnonthi Free. D ladle and many yeara the devoted nurse and com In lelite, ia a humbug Fell skirts and shawls I quality and make, Mitiahl for men, Imys, panion of Mrs. Charlotte Letcher, of children. MAiiniiiM Votxinxn. nilll t'rnler- - rrnmen and girls. Frankfort, it at present residing with her We rail special attention lotinr kid and Irk, rhargnl with malleionaly aliMitlng HAW Inl.arro. flnrrw vw. Haimis, Hen. Thoa.F.Har-gl- a l mere Jarlvwii'ls-Blawee- l alatcr, tin. Ann Hopper, of Ihla place.... Berlin gloves. ami (Vl.Thna. M. flreen, pullet In Ih Ill V your wall lMper from Clirnanll A Tlinii IlalDeld, all mile Hewlh of frah Messrs. George Denny, Jr., and George New stock of carpels and tl cloths, winnr Orrhard, waa loilgnl in Jill here on Wed- diniage ault vrliteh hit worried Ihe public rtnnj W. Dunlap, Jr., left on Snnday, for Rus- dow shades, Ac. al Clirnanll nesday nlglil. Ilalfielil la painfully tho' for montha, were here Ihla week for the Nkw stork nf mrb IIAUItIN A it sell. Judge Owsley took passage on SatLadies', gent' and elilhlrrn's underwear A lYnnr. not nrrcmrtly falally wenndnl. Aiwil rtrprx of examining Iter. J. K Bima. Miss Minnie at popular price. urday, for the same port ( ('Alt iAh of Halt Just rrrVlrnt IVeilerlik, eliargnt with an awnwi-ry- , The e.amtnatian waa before fl. H.Myera, ! Daniel la Improving in health, Ihla being Fruit White and gray blankets In 10-- 4 ami Heme - Grown ley rtlHinrins. hat lirrn apprehendnl, Vf., and Ihe leatimriny elirilot waa In about Ihe tenth week of her severe Illness, IM at very low price. 'rmrtl'lln arriiralrly I'iitsiciak UaiKKCIi ix mn llrAti. On Monday SRhslirvar, a fellows' In 187(1, while In She la at Mr. Theodore CurreyVi Gen. Zephyr shawls, nuhl-ia- , hoods ami sicks, rnmiinneti hi i iiensuiirt i enny . Doat Varlotlca, Truo to Homo. lUiwan evnsliirllng Teaebcr'a Inalllnle, I Crab Orehanl, Jim Dllllon ami mail ('axk t'lMia Landram returned on Salnrday from the inn variety of style nnd price. Rncl V Itnfer, Hianfnnl, Ky aa new li J Iare Payne of nmlng Inl ImaineM, fell In wllh brother of John Taher, wlm Arm Itennlon at Chicago, having Our stock of print Were selected with wwi sua wvtwarns i bit aanxin. pBiiaiinp look n, lo Ihe lallrr'a betel In Mnrehead. Irt--rt I.smir sine, nf MoMinfra ami t'icliire when a quarrel rimicd, ami ended in n t tnont half Um omtl frit bj chosen one of the Vice Presidents of Ihe great care; we have all the newest slylea frt fint-ttieonvnltlnf I'raniM at IViltom I'rlret at llitnaiill A out. heating I'ayn aerrrely nrer Hie heul Wlill there, sealed wllh John Talicr on Association. l'ennyV, Ited, gray and white twilled flaenet Btiotori, Ky wllh a plaiol. I'ayne waa rendered Inaen- - 1 perch whlrli fronlnl on the Courl-hoiiaA colored woman of thta place, whose I'ursAULT A I'rxxY litvej a complete Blbleforaome lime, but it all right again. Ihe aiilijecl of the mutilated records came career would Indicate aome collusion with plain, white, red, grey, Shaker and plaid (lock of School llooVs, Isle, lVnrlln, flannel. to my mind, and I asked "If that wat Ihe the Evil One, ha hit upon a plan by which Pillion waa tried liefore an etamlnins pert, Ac. Court-housLadies will find Ihe best assorted stock where llargle destroyed th Sliol-bagall of the Africans In the community are court on Wedneaday, and aequilteil. do Td Mellutrls A of Dress Goods In our house tn be found INSTANniRD (lame-tags- , recerUt of Ihe Court." Tabor, who I Powdrr-flaala- , litinlrrt1 an.l fast going mad. Bhe holds nightly seance IfolUelaw wat til Acoi'lTrrD. Frank in the city. leirneil rat Clerk at the lime, itriie generally after the Eddy style, calling np spirit In ed yeaterday before 'Siiire l'orlman and We have a largo and elegant tin of McUoarriTi A Krino will now hII ran replied, "Hell, not Ih records were mil materialised forma, and conducting varl-on- s Car-o- n, and anjnlllel of the tlArge nf lli lineal IWiler ami teal Shot ami Cs gentlemen' and children's hosiery, tllaled several daya liefore Judge Ilargia Incantation which naually culminate In lawn at I lie lowest matlet pries'. filling the hide nf hit aon-ilaw, get here." In the I i1tlr to rrnt Iht bornw aivl lot now ncespled and colors. rrmt examination, Col In a frantic rout, the terrified witnesses in all grade hf B, If. Wnrtn, Th twuMt mo taint iinpl la torn clneV out nf onler T Tad It to Moiier, with birdahoL Hit attorney, Col. Green asked some thirty question", but Our stocking yarn are from the Lexing- room, la altuatt .nt naj all I ho nttrscampering In all directions, crated with (Tenant! A l'enny ami hav it Welch, a.lftnced the prnnoalllon that !omImi wilt N siren Oc- mrj AtilbalMlnts. ton Woolen Mills, pronounced by knitters nothing further of Importance waa adIVlcr low anj satisfaction gnaranteei). n loner uu to all who superstition. It I man had right loaboot Ms worllilena mil' duced, save the reply to question in I tlaooflVr for rmt !! mldfoco bow urea plod Hie smoothest and best yarn In the market. TnAxsiunrjif Carm ol numerous understand tho negro character that to be br Mr. P. K rJmUtoD. It U Mt, well flnlbl and Hie Cnntl itemed to lute kind- which .Mr. Sims said that "all of Ihe good devlcst with vour nam nettlr We desire to call the especial attention a hi mm for table, TommkIoii IU l ftren Jan. I. Is the death-blo"conjured" lo usefulness. IKW. rrlnltsi on Ihrm, cin b liail al llila ofllr ly to the Idea. Mnalet did not appear, to people with whom he had conversed In Ihe m rut rvtatmnot a How much more severe, then, this tam- of the ladies to onr handsome stock of imtianati, 1 for 25 cents, proeetut. J. section where botli Orren and Harglt were cloaks and dalmans, very elegant and orSV.f-- N. Cnljt, ft tan tor i.iwy. pering with the spectral world. House W, fRA HI. J. If. A 8. II Hiiaxki lut lust received cheap. nt Ooxhto I,AXrATicx. Sam I'ragbeimer, beat known, had txprescil themselves t hold duties are neglected, for every ami a splendid new lot of k merchant, who haa hern the eflect that Judge Ilargis waa the sub the Parlt Soap Factory In one day. Rubber ahues, Arctic ovenhoet fur wo Shoe, mail ty Zicgler lire., ami a that the affrighted creature can ersecution, and thai Himtonrlllf. her for two Tran, hat decided lo return ject of a relentless art authorised lo warrant every pair. There wat at t he Chicago cattle show huddle together and talk over Ihe wond- men and children. Men' rubber lioott We have now that brush of cold Shot-Kin- ', SUICESSOB TO d christian aateer that waa 2197 day aold that weighed Wk Iff p nn hand a lary stock of where he formerly aold good', he wat an honorable, lo rous revelation of the previous night, and just the thing for farmers, who are com which occurs annually about the Double ai.il Single llrerch Loaders, and will open there In a lew daya. Mr. gentleman, but of lb other side he had 812 pounds, A gain since birlh. weather the traditional 'kblack call" get to be 'four pelled tn be out In the mud and mow. JOSEPH MITOnELL. and Ooubl and final Until Loader of I'ragheliner It a November. lllwral and enlerprlaing heard of no favorable remark." Judge of one and eighteen lb. 20th The alara didn't fall aa per bills, but hundred" In the twinkling of a distorted Brown and bleached cottons, nine and Id finest male. Meltolwrta A Hltf f. MArtCFACTDREROF most favorable Impression per day. A car load of yearling Harglt mad eye, under the magic of fertile invention. sheeting, pillowcase cotton, Nr.w (lnoi. Mtrtiliall A man, ami the way li will tiring down IlEAlTirui. birth-dathe Doctor's twenty-firs- t came were on exhibition that averaged Itupley ban juat received a tin of (tail- price ortr there will elate the natirra. while here, and gained many friends by chevloto cotton, plaldt, apron checks, drill oft" at usual. BOYl.r.CO VXTY. ings and I'anu Pattern that ran not tile motto 1", "I ran and will tell lower Ida honest appearance and becoming de- 28 1 pounds. ing, Ac in fact, every thing In staple Lard, Coal Oil nnd Watcr President Grant regretfully assures sibly L excelled In beauty or quality. It than the loweal. The rase will be Irted before Ihe meanor. Duilneaa It ao heavy with the L. A Dnnrttlt. cottons. will iay you to rail rod at Ihrm, , Common I'leaa Court at luiarllle, on the N. It. R. that It la impossible to fill orders utof hit inability to take lo Huitonvllie Wm. T. Davie sold lo I. I -Sale. We have made a special effort to have flL I 3ST I DSL I CiTttSQ Arriur.- - At cotortd lill at Rood many Indebted Tlirr are (till 15th of December. for care for several day. A gentleman on hit triumphant progress; heme friend Brown, of Cincinnati, Ohio, 34 head nice, our stock of Trimmings complete. You 1ST Mstn St.. 11. ltlb A Uth, lo llohon A Slai g upon note or account, Charlotte Crow'a laat Baturdarriight, Jamison It tearful. smooth caltle, for $4.23.... .Jno.B. Spears will find black and colored alike, black and who haa Investigated the matter, told ua which Mint UK rail). Hulls will be Insti, H.IHHI.t(ll:.S. row occurred between Jim flanka, of Crab . KENTUCKY. Mt. Vernon la jubilant in view of the soil about 23,000 pounds of hemp to colored aatins, Pekln stripes, black ailk, LOUISVILLE. tuted upon all debt due aaid flrra uniaid Orchard fame, ami I'aul Itclm, John yesterday, that over 3,600 hog were await4914ai RepttrlBf Fromptlr AttetvlfiS to. Hontnt- a- PREvrrtT. MrJoaiah Rob ing shipment between here and Lebanon return of the old, honest and comparative Sparki, of Nichclasville, for $3 46 per velvet, velveteen, Ac, Ac. nn th lal of IJectmber, 19. V. Mi further IUnka rut erts ami Miaa Martha Prrwilt were made - Helm and Ualnet Tribble. tin will o given, John M. Ililllnt, Atly Innocent fisticuff aa a mode of settling 112 pounds. Junction alone. I'aul aererely, and waa himtelf badly cut one flesh yesterday. Canton flannels, 1,000 yards bought July AT THE lorney. enlivTiie renownei cane maker of Iloyle, A number of farmers who killed hog dispules, cultivating athletics, and 1st, since which time they have advanced You might a writ try lo pick a quarrel in th ahoulder. Yeaterday he wat tried ening the streets. CotLiEit Melviw. On Ihehllh Jas, offer at a reward Ihe neatest walking-stic- k PROVISION AND STORE, HEW wllh a graven Image, or do an othrr and held for culling In audden heal and H. Collier and Mia Kale Melvln were a week or two ago, had the most of them from one to two and a half cents per yard. We are happy lo see that Jim Ilailey In the county, lo the man who will thing as try to sell any other pre paaalon. Ne went to hit old quarter in to spoil during the warm term. It haa We propose to give our customers the ad Ice a pleasant affable gentleman exterminate, annihilate, eradicate and Ktrr by united In marriage. tarallon for We if Tablrr'a lluckey turned cold again after a good re!a, and It it no aercr! ointment can l had. 1 1 ia Ihe only rente-I- r Jail, where off and on he bat HiatRT White. On the 20th, Mr. la not likely that wn will have much more since he became a candidate, than he waa completely overthrow that book agent with vantage of our early purchase. yrara nf hit life. for Wee that will cur obatinat Come al last those extra fine home before. Ilia extreme modesty will be bit the "little red bag." James It, Hlgby and Mist Sallie J. White warm weather th! season, consequently Viir M cl-- , al Mcltobrrta and KUEir'a. boots, with top soles. Many of our TOU WILL FIND KKir greatest obstacle In the contest. It would be an were made one in the holy bond a of mat hog are looking What Court da wat very disagreeable and made Ui. IIobblr and limn no more, but hanr, raider taak to tell nur readera what the rimony. -- The ladies of Huitonvllie propose market dull, especially for Inferior stock. customers have been wearing the aame The belt of Freih Heat, Flour. Meal, rrutrhe on Ifir old oaktn rf, and Dat-Ei- ght UEoaaEToirN jour Court kind of boot fur twelve months. Every e failed Camtbei.1 CAttrcxTrB. rit lb firl opportunity to l prrma-nrntl- r llayden Itrothrdo not keep for aale, than Bacon and and allkindi of Grocer! hundred cattle were offered and generally gelling up an entertainment on the eve Good cattle ranged from 3 to 3; no sale pair warranted. Look at them. rurrd. HlirumalUm, CVintractrd to tell them all of the tndlrM article In to mention laat week the marriage of Mr. sold all of which will be fold low at $150 lo $3X0 per cwt, A lot of ning of Ihe 27lh Inst. (Thanksgiving day,) for scrubs. No mule offered. Privately, MiicIm,Si1IT Jolnl., Krodnl Km, Ilrad-ach- flenrge C Campbell to Mitt Su--la be devoted lo the repairing proceeds to CarpenIn clothing, we can ray without fear of for Cash or Barter. Alio Saddlery their li't. Hpoce would fill natornumrrfew hogs were sold at $3.30. The far mule brought $83.03 cash; a pair do, the lUrarha, l'atn In Hi rati, hid ani of allkindi. Repairing Ilatk will yirl.l lo that powerful rrmrdy, ale all the dry gouda, noliona, boota, ter, at Seguin, Texas. They are both $190, and another pair $240. Unbroke of the Presbyterian Church. The are mer generally, refused let than $1 per contradiction that we have tho best and and Barn ready- - natives of Lincoln county. aa they hundred pounds. cheapest slock ever offered to the people of done In belt itjle. Ladiei and Oen- known a Utnorna' IJj;litnin( I.Inlmrnl, ahora, halt, rape, rloaka, thawla, mules brought from $G0 to $73. Hogs making active preparation; and which lirnoil for man and briut I'irfCO made rlothing, roltrna, linrna, thrrada, ele Married at th VAxARanAtE hare a reputation for bountiful and Hat. Persoxai. Capt. Joseph P. Mc- - Lincoln, buying direct from the largest tlemen are Invited to call and ice them went at $3.33 lo per cwl. rH. a liolll at McHobrtta A KlatgV furni- residence of th bride's father, Mr. Harriaflalra of thia kind it ia expected that Grorly, who ha been for aome lime In manufacturer in the United Elates. It la ribbona, rlolha, ailkt, aatlna,rariet During the year ending with October gant Of roiiriw I.iiropr, returned last wcek......Lt.-Gor- . large company will assemble. wall paper, and a Itiouaand other son itty, In (larrard county, on theerenlng conceded by every one at all familiar with a ture, rr.itsox.ttlaat, the aggregate weight of the ship Sfsnford will be represented. thlnga that go to awrll their aloek up Into of Ihe 13lli, J. II. Vn.ra.Mc, of this ments of pork, Cantrill was in Danville, on Thursday...... Ihe clothing trade, that clothing made In ! lard, hams, shouldera and Umliltlallaailtnii l tt Mn. There has been a report in circula Dr. John D. Ncet, of Versailles, Ky., was Cincinnati is designed to and doe fit the thouundt of dollara wnrth, all bought for reiinlr, lo Mia Kttie llay. Allendanla (ta'a. tides, from Chicago, waa 1,099,018,931 IUto pnrthjtanl thoitpckof lUMALurly ami will Maa.U. CTiwaiaLai: t t tbaaka a raah and told at Ih 11m tf krrpa tutllct margin for Miss Lney Moberly and T. A. Campbell; which would till 43,792 can with the full tion to Ihe effect that the school of Iter. in town on Monday Alfred C. Ellis, of Southern people better than clothing made lilt K v Ortonf Mlra Katie ltav and Kblls-PevlJ. P. McMillan, at Burksvillc, wat closed. the Shelby Sntlnrl, visited Danville last elsewhere. In full worsted aullt, we offer proBt. UiMAaaiaCLBLLARD will ! load of 21,000 lbs, each. That number of BOOTS, SHOES, damaging to that worthy and week. some exceedingly nice goods. Our low- - GROCERIES, fcr a Tlalt U Ml Harf lUIk, ( ll.ciojiborj liiHTiis. 1'irr Little IlirrrRtxcr. It hat made ran coupled together Into a continuous Thit rumor, rj MAUltUfi. Tn this county, 19ih Inst, priced suit are cut In the latest fashion, liuntu. Mir htaJMM Ota energetic gentleman, it not correv.Jtie train would cover 2S3 milea of track. ! a rwnl of Win Itollla COUNTKT ritODUCE, Ac, r but little diflerenre, ateniingly, that the nrmrMiJriil, llronnr. Of Consumption, on Tues understand that durinz hit absence, a at the home of Mr. W. B. Lnr, brother to ntcely trimmed, well made, and have all prcacnt fall hat been mi oien, w far at wilThe Mmrart-iuiy- s ltetfU. that Kennedy, Fer ALSO, nlghl, Mist Ileltio Oeorgo, aged 13 spasmodic panic waa got up and some of the bride, Mr. Jacob Swygerl, of Frank-fer- t, the appearance of finer good. In overIia. l,WMiTia T. Tauaii8ar, wT KUrlla', ing winter food a la rencerneil, by the pop- day guson A Co., taught rattle In Iloyle last Ky., lo Mis Sue Starling Lyne, of coats, we have every thing, from a cheap hi creditors resorted lo legal meaauret for arrlt4 yMlnlaj. aa4 KU Mtay nUtiJa ular firm of llayden llrntliera. Their yrais. week, at follows : From J. C Caldwell, CI Mill Willi Mlllbrll!!. At Mr. A. P. Bonta'a Satinet up to the finest Chinchilla or Eng scenrity. A brief financial annoyance Henderson, Ky KV.I.IIIIUVS. head, at $1.30; from P, T. Gentry, a bunch CaU-ohU MOt MB Kite hare tieen Itunienae ail along, and Ua.lliiikUvMr, FLANNELS, wat the result; but the school Is still In in Mercer county, on 19th Inst, Mr. Fred lish wonted. In boys and youths' suit Ibttrllr (llla ba anvaal of the mail it unabated There are two rev tiJvt ft M. K. Chiirih at $1.33; from Chat. P. Cecil, 32 Iwad, at tiishcp I'arne of the progress, and. If it get a fair allowing, will Harris, Jr., nf Boyle, to Mist Millie Clark we simply ask you lo examine, feeling sure Ik rrsn4 rrrmo ftf llnat. Tfcanka. aona for thit alale of aflalra, namely, ike South, is in his 801 h year, and alill menST0CKINaYARN,H0SE&HALPH0SE $1.40; from Charles Clark, 31 bead, at $1. lly Iter. Mr. Kelgwln, Mr. E. II. yon will buy. be able lo weather the storm. We pre . Mat. rtBBKtt, Mlbft U lb croul'lUbM beat gooalt and the lowrtt price. Ikon t tally vigorous, and now presiding t.rer tho 33. They will be weighed this week, and sume that Ihe difficult grew mainly out Meyer, of Boyle, to Mis Alice It. Mann, OF THEIR OWN MAKE. mb1b IcwrkfT at IK CVllrf, iU tiu tpa htr we learn that the weights of aome of them t urkintiiu. wait longer If yon need any thing in Iheir Tennessee Conference. of the failure of patrons to meet their of Mercer. No attendants. BEOICAL. i4 la rnttlnt T line, but go now ami tee thai the half haa Miu IIHUI UraDBTT. llallou will preach at Mount will pan out nicely. Elder J. The Juvenile Pinafore Coiu.inyf unCall, anil yon nlll be convinced that obligations. lawlff'f nunjr iwrllfflrU, vbo tiilww llslt iierer litcn told you of the many attract -L- ot'UTir.LE. Caltle are quoted at 3 to In this county, next Sunday nighl, Ihey keep tho best goods and fell at The papers arc scolding over the al- der the management of It. J. Miles, will ln IIImKmb li.rfbyXl fc Ur ImubIIiU wntk. ive and cheap thingt the llaydent hare Moiiah, and at Antioch, Pulaski county, next Mon- 4 for extra shippers; 3 to 3 for best butch leged brutality of a New Albany man, appear in Danville on Ihe 20th Ada tt .UB.TnoMit ItiTrnuoa, air bum Hum tho lowest prices. ers; 2 to 2 for medium, and 1 lo 2 for day night at Ihe usual hour. roJarlora lh firlfbl trala IwIbw KlrhBMn4 laid In for your hcncllt. who, for a wager, entered the arena "on Gray played lo good house on Monday jMbriltfW bbJ IJflafv4( ku trn traattrfml U . T. Underwood, of Ihe lisp-li- thin and common. The cooler spell caus riiioT. liMt Mon- Iter. UroiuiRMoAurrcn' and fought and whipped a bull and Tuesday night. Upon tills kind of allM Ua tula lla. Mr. F. Iinra;,krairui converts ed hog tojump to $3 10 to$4.15 for choice; dog by dint of sheer biting and holding playa some of our latter day saints have Church, immersed twenty-fivbilliard aaloon in lleorge-tow-n, itmimIaI t rBjlBrUi la dty nlghl, al lUfBBMmil lUaarb, (leorge McAlliler, a aludent of the near flood Hope Church, Taylor coiintr, $3.93 to $1 00 for fair, and $3 to $3.40 per on. This a but a return to the waya of delivered caustic criticisms. These are HuULI-- m. Thib wrrk'a Mlrrtbrri r A II Jtmllb, College there, from thiaplarr,ahotayoung lat Sundtv afternoon. fob. Standard. cwt. for shoals. Sheep are higher with an the good old timet. 1821, In Mason coun- they whose conscience allow them lo put common, 2 KuklllksTran , Mlaa Alkw (inn, lafMt, Vb., man nametl Waller Sinclair, of Scott coun lEer. J. I Gilbert, tmallve Indian active demand; extra, 3 to ty, we remember a case In which an old the smallest potatoes at the huttoui and the I.; T. 1L W.IU--. It . W. II. IllUon, KIu'b Uai are extraet-s- d from Vegetable product!, free lecture at the lo 2 cents per pound. following rircumt'ancee, at preacher, will give Joe Cooper, agreed for the largest apples on top, and to whom every MJ.r K. II. Klnf. T. VIlUIfli, Mtt. Ual-I- ty, under the oomblnina: tn them the Mandrake or My; Danville Court Day. Capt. II. T. toper known at a quart of whisky, to en home is suvlncl or (Saturday) when (I Mtn, T W MHkrtbr, d UBhJ, U. I) reported by the iTiwfa: "Sinclair and John llapliat Church Apple, which I recsWsecTby physlctsn consideration of ltuali aaya the maikct for rattle rtatted o(T Oaborn were engaged in gameof billiardt, nighl, Subject The manners and customs llMt. MHIf.l.,HIi I H. VBBVrUlk.IL V. ss a substitute tor calomel, potscsssmsTjaU want to bur; but go to a theatre ter a lot In which waa confined an old they In-iHwith good proipecu in the early part of J lhiib.ni, TU,r J t. Albra. th Ttrtuea ot that mineral, without It and McAlliler wat looking on. A dlapule of the Indiana. All are invited. and never, Ihe terror of the neighborhood Ijtriiner-effcc- t. II. I Mnrwa, Traa . Tlunil Kkb. 11 o'clock a cold ram Aunual Session of the morning, but about The Eighty-fiftaroae between the playera In regard to a fight him for Hie championship. Tho artla, aiBBbrJ, P II TbooiMB, LtlBcla. VVI.AHKX COVXTV. "run" uiade, and Orborn proponed to prore the Virginia Conference of Ihe Methodist and chilling rain set In, lasting all day, town of Washington collected to witness AS AN ANTI-BILIOA H. Mr roaiKiM4B4 TiiBiieaTia riBir, and destroying all interest In trade. Some I SotnerMrt. in, Ma HalnuiB, I febalbr T.tU, I C ll.ia.Jo. it by MeAlMcr. The latter aaid ho didn't Church South, Is In session at Norfolk, Not Ivanhoe on the MEDICINE I good cattle were on the market, the tournament. baa icUratJ Irow very II. IbNit an4 (Moaa Cratf, The old ticket It ahead here. know any thing about II, when Sinclair, Iliahop Wlghtman, of South Carolina, field. Ashley tie la Lmicht, entered the They atunnlaU they are Inoompartble. Urt 1m wllb Ihrm. Ot Mblllf bringing from 3 to 3 rents per pound. W. C Owent purchased the Wesley who had been drinking, replied that lie did presiding. UtHrCflii'tij UVKBjtorUorBU th old Joe. The list more proudly than did Mr. llaffuia klllJ ibrw, Mr. M'tra tbt Hail block, fur $3,800. WBttVOUB BYBTEMLand giv ton to iter. J. U. Hays' subject for next Sun Scrub rattle were unnoticed. No mulea combatants approached a la quadruped, , afcl Mr. Ifaa wi. Wb bBj not want him (McAlltter) to know any , Mr. Trrla thaDIQlMTIVaortdAya,cretinapCT; Coal it telling here at 12 and 13 eta. iNirtaklar; ct aa tb Uisaiir thing about it. One wonl followed anolli-rr- , day morning, at the Presbyterian Church, were ofTered. retired a few paces, then rushed to feet digestion and thorough assimilation W. D. Sutherland bought yesterday, 15 rents delivered on the cars. 4cb sro at tb Mfrra llouat Wfrlorvlar, blrb and will be, "The Scriptural reasons for the when Sinclair curard MeAllater Both went down in Ihe am encounter. the of food. 1 hey exert powerfuflnfluano COO barrels of corn dellrered on Ihe can vaa tn4rr bb4 paUUVl cnoufh Ib ttnipt th The work on the River Shoals nilll atruek him with a billiard rue twice, and mode by which Presbyterians administer desperate charge, but Joe quickly righted WINE & CO., vakrat aprfll. at $1.00 per barrel W. Galtiklll C soon lie abandoned, for the lack of funds. throuaSlhese organs remoT all imparl-ils- s, G.G. wat in the act of striking third time when the ordinance of baptism." and planting hia fcot upon the lifeless carji.iTTKits. thus vitalising the tlswoosof the body Pumpkin and 'Possum's are fully Dr. John X. (Itltaher, now of New weighed to James K. Ford, 70 fat nlieep, cass of Ida foe, demanded and drank the -- DEALEE3 MeAllater thot him The ball patw.1 thro' IN healthy condition of the ad causing the flrthy part of the left arm and entered York, but brought up in the cunty of all ewe, averaging 170 lbs, at 4 cenll.... whisky. Jutt at the moment of collision ripe, wllh a small supply on Ihe market. It, 0. Atronii will bar coal system. J. II. Kennedy, of Garrard, haa purchased I said that a very handsome and j It the right breaat, two and a half Inchea Mason, in Ihla State, and educated at the & man had dropped hit head, and the I.AKU CAXa ol emy dncriplian at Owa - the AS AN above the nipple, Mid one ami ahalfimhet University of Virginia, hat been elected In Clark, for a Louisville firm, about $14,- nose of the sheep coming In contact with intelligent young lady of Main Street, will Icjr A Iligslna Sam T. Martin hat 000 worth of hog be flrtcrr. aoon from the middle line of the body, probably Iliahop of Louisiana, by tho Protestant -- ANDMFKS.OF Ihe elevatnl shoulders, hit own neck was Wolfe A Co., have picked up and i Til cue art chancra for other rnttiea in breaking a rib and grating the lung, found r.pltcopal Church, In fill the vacancy caui' 30 acres of corn whttli he says wilt aver- broken Cher hT no eqns.1 1 nfl a a reamlt act age 20 barrels or 190 bushels per acre but we will ing it tome, it aw believed by phyaiclana eil by Ihe death of Iliahop Wiimer. fur Circuit Clerk from this county this Fall, about shipped the rat aa a preventlv and cur for BlUoaa,Bs TOMBSTONES, ETC. MONUMENTS, G.IRRAKD vorxTV. plltent. Intermittent, TypholifgeTer, wait for tlictu o announce, thenm-lic- . 300 head of cattle. According to a recent report of the W. C Vtnraiter weighed on the 13th Inst,, who probed the wound that the ball had end Fever arulAsrae. Upon the httUthr the lot of 43 cattle, told by him aome time Gnd Lnnmattr, A number of ourrporlingcltitent are ARM little ton of lodged under the left arm. The wound it statistic of Ihe various Churches, we llROKt Jlmiuj, ctlon of the Stomach, depends. admoBt Marblo Work of all kinds neatly since to Judy and Barrow at 4) cents per in the mountains looking for deer meal. Tho meteoric ahower didn't shower, Wholly, the healtrVo? the human raorv Mr. Allan lleaalejr, wat thrown from a not conaidertd necewtrilr adtngcruutoiie, that there are In the United States, 2,00,. oxooutod. Vino work, low priClark Dem. did fall, and their Dear it will be if they get any. in the laplltt Church Ih. They averaged 1,700. but a number of stars ces and fair dealing. Ordors nnleu Inflamtlbi. thould act In." The 221 communicants Imrw WrdnnJay , and had hit arm bull with 20,292 minister; of from a dlatanco promptbrilliancy waa unusual. The flouring mill of Cameron A Cling following day Mr. McAlirirr waa tried be of all kinds, broken. l.IXCOLX COVXTY. ly attended to. Satis3,423,0-5romrauni Meat. Thoa. and Sam. I- Yantts, with ingtmllh la being removed from the town fore an examining court, and acquitted on McthodittJ, there are faction guarantood. W'AOOMt. (Iro, I). W'raren la In irrclpt Jffllfa their brldea, have been toasted and feasted and reset between Somerset and the depot. Staflaii. y rants, and 23.M2 preachers; Ihe Prtsbrle-lian- a the ground of aelf defenae. if Ilia new Block of WelxterB, and Ib dally by all the abtere, cousins Rev. Green Clay Smith Is conducting Large quantities of lumber and stave and and "received" have 897,593 communicants, A BlWAkCllic, A gentleman, familiarly ef the preent generation. It U for th Lancaster St., Opp, Jail, Stanford, Ky. dialribulius them to purchweri in alt pirti preachers; Ilomau Catholics, 0,373,630 are being hauled to this place daily for and aunts, to the great demolishing of bills a meeting for Hi Uaptlita or tlilt place, burn or thla disease and its attendant known at but then It wonl do lo tell, who nfthcrounty. and "uncle Woodard" at the Court-hous- e members, and 3,750 ministers. The shipment. of fare. 61CifTHEADit;HE,"rrEKVOD8NEMrD?: for a made Stanford hit headquarter VOMDENCY, CONSTIPATIOKTHUSTta.. la happy. number 373,031; Episcopa-leanThe will of the late Mrs. flreen Nunnelly, of Madison county, The U A N. It. It. lian made tonic bit the coucluaion on UUt Many of the friends of the Hon. J. running of Ih freight number of yrara, came to 314,307; Quakers, 70.000; Lutherans, ha renled the farm of 1). L. Stephenson, change in lb Lelher, la interesting in detail, the had lived lung enough laat that he Bruce, regret to learn that he ha con Mvlngaton 03,42.3; Moravians, 9,407; Iteformed Itraneh. Mr Tuesday traina on th near here, and will move lo It about the bequett being numerous and in small world, ao he aat himself In llilt iinfiicndly and con- cluded lu winter tn Stanford rather than 7,000; Reformed Dutch, 79,000; 15th of December. Hcbrdiile.011 2nd page. sums, subject to other division hav ynintt mxch wlda spread rimU tmm down and pennei' the final note, which wat Somerset. Jiiu Ilailey and John Miller, candi- tingencies. ttoa. I,Allkn. Juat Ih prtllle.l, lo have been read after hie form wat cold Iteformed German, 12I,M;1; Second AdOkly GROCERY. CONFECTIONERY (Al) Corn and Stones are some times 8,000; date for Ihe office of Circuit Clerk, were ered tj.t'acti v p3dUy and gcntlyon 10,000: Swedenborgens, The BurdeltA Walton stage leaves ventists, lieal, cliravt and Bwretct Dollmana nnd and it I (I in death. Thit completed, he Tliestalistict of Ihe here laat week, getting acquainted with now at fifteen minute before ten, and la a convenient in the way of producing bread Univcrsallsts,37,9G3. Cloaks on crer taw, are now to be found filled an Initrument with twenty grains of fcnXrtyorto fcwlmtStofoLliKlny close coach, with every yet, Owsley and Warren are formidable comfortable, 'the dear people." ADO Church are not al hand. tocoinplialmd, of coureejha al lladrii Ilruthrra. You ran get tliein morphine and put It where It would do Chriatian against the weather, and using foe In Pulaski. Wo have recti red a teller from Mrs. Our young friend, Tom Uoone, again NERVOUS SYSTEM IS BRACED, al any price, and alkar warrantnl ciiatom him the moat good. It aecma, howevtr, Some hungry thief took advantage of George O, Its me, Ihe estimable wife of It In the cattle Irade al least, he donned twlfl tcamt en route. THE BRAIN IS NOURISHED, made. Ihal In the interval before conacloutnea The late warm weather destroyed all the rise in breadttufla, on Thursday night the Evangelist, who went last week to join Ida great coat Tuesday morning and, with AND THE BODY ROBUST. ii left hiui, hit courage like Ilob Acre's, Tin.lMl lIouatv-8- i warnnla were him In Jackson, llrcathilt county, where whin in hand, lit out fur the Dix Hirer the oik that had ao recently been alaught-ere- d last, and raised a lot of flour, meal, meal, pUnta JPslny corny?! of th) iutoe to note out of the tips of his finjer, agatnal hliniton Jolinou,of Tunnel Wrap disapared, Ac, of II. O.Trimble. in this section. ho it now preaching. Speaking of Ihe country, where he hardly ever falls to eatHe txi by" powerful "chemical The fiuUlt tr InbruieJ Ihst I titTB kiiiJ a cTt-- s and while my sUirsrovus, ftad pnvparad to concrotiut-at- l City, Ihla week, for keeping a llpllng houae. Irg Block of (looils at cuuJ.llnj l( best Ihs Mr. It. B. Barron, who haa been af nicetlng, she say t : The woplo were not make purrriawa. Tom It a good trader, flowers bloomed again, fires died out and DflK,!, la STANtUUU, "lllathouxlilton awful auljclarvltrO giuaran lortn. mwi If be don't mind lio'll get broken upuulcu very ronlial at first, but the Lord hat al and hit motto It to buy those wortli the all hailed the agreeable precursors of In flicted forsoloiiga time with a disease of liBumtllou sail lbs drsil, Ssvnjnjura thtTmcat" 1F any thing he ran get OoTcmor IttBckhurn lo come to he concluded that he did not want to ready done a mighty work. The lurrlinga money. la still confined to his room, dian Summer. But Jack irost is here the knee-join- t, jcata OR0CEHIES, CONFECTIONERIES, hit nwiatanr. well Ills sufferings are very severe. The dog men hero are having a good again. "ahulllo oil this mortal roil" half aa bail aa Thursday, Friday and Saturday wer bo Us tislseJ UKi,tsj A noted chemist Mr. William Denham, Sr , and wife, Two of the most stylish, elegant bug- Most any night you lime "THME 18 K0SZ VIBITO Uf OBB OT I.URATKV Judg llrown and Attorney h had Imagined. Twat then he conceiv- attended, and two confessed Jeut I Booti, Bboet, IlaU, Clothing, TUTTS PILLS, THAN CAM BZ FSVHB night. Sunday there waa deep Inter- can hear the yelp of some worthiest iack, glee have just been built by the Ely broth an aged couple living one mile South-weMiller went O'er to inrealigale the ciue of ed of the happy Idea of appearing before IN A 0? ANT OTHXB." as they pursue reyuard, or turn up sudden- er of this place, for Mesa. W. B. Miller of town, are both lying very ill of pneulUanche Mortoitbe while wouian who wat hit hotel kctier and in a tragic manner est at the morning service but no luuve-uuQLASSWAItE, QUEEN8WABE, 1 Ik antettd W ILtreftr ly near Ana Hale's. at the It It amusing to hear and W. G, Dunlap. The vehicle com- monia, and not expected lo recover. on Ihe pari of tinners. At the chilfound near hinga Mountain with her head deliver to him hit porkct-booTry this Remody fairly, It will not If that worthy and handsome widow dren's meetings the ice wat broken, the Ihe Iwya talk "dog talk." For instance, bine great elasticity of motemeut, with tame time telling him In a cut, a leport of which we publtahrd harm you, you havo nothing to TobHtfo, ClRurx, oVIo-ro- u voire that he had administered mor- - little onet were vtrr bright and attentive John Lynn brings up "Old Fannie," a excellent material, and are complete specl on Main Street, whose appetite so alngular-l- y loae.but will auroly gain Strong week, and, iil-- m ciaiulualion, ordcreil her Body, Pure Blood, would but left her a few wctks since, old canine, but alill she la a mens of the light, haniUonie buggy. to he aent to lb Jail here for treatment for pliluo lo himself with aulcidal Intent. Thit while Mr. II. told them of Jesus and Hit AVirVUM. Nerve and Choerful Mind. The Court uf Common Pleat closed casta few of her killing glances Immediwaa no sooner conceived than done, taking love. When the iuvitatioii waa given, 33 good one, hat a aweet mouth and stay lunacy. rrluclpaj OOee, 33 Marry M N. Y. the precaution lo beg the hotel man, what- came forward to con few Him. Th old well. Then comet Jim Tucker with "Spoi latt week. Among the causes decided waa ately across the street, she might find ll a MooxaillXK.- - It laaatd that thre barPRICE 39 CENTS. ever he did, not lo send for a Doctor. Of tweple mothers and fathers, looked on led llob," named in honor of the distin- the notable one of Ihe Lancaster and Dix wholesome tonic. fiuU bf llrsexUls tarooglioot tit worU. rel of iiioon.hlne wbiaky were found in Gov. Blackburn on retiring from ofal first, then guished orator, llob Pitman. Jii : uya he Hirer Turnpike Company. The Directors course that waajust what Hie II. 11 waa surprised and bewildered roJleu Variety of 8nudry Article. the liable of Mr. Morria J. Ilarria, al Crab ciiieclrd to do, and he did it in a trice. bowed their hcuds and wept in tllcnre. At it a world beater. Then there It Dick brought suit against a number of gentle- fice ought to collect hit tiardoiied convicts y Orchard, Ihla week. Mr. Ilarria aoleiiinly lly the t!iu Hi Doctur arrived Ltu! 1I a, liLOMf SaUT Hum os Wb willi Hieiu, sail fur Itublnsou Crusoe' Martin (little Dirk) with hit celebrated men who had pledged themselves to con and stupor night Ihe liuiise wat filled, ami Ihey listentil ft loalt aitBlwUa i UU4 f, 11 . UMtwattl, ft4 la ft NalwrUlbtVr, aver that he know nothing about II, ami had come over A FAMIItY NUlU'IaY STOIUS ris.sUtlVfiBtiCaatt.VjW fca llwiUi MHto-tout young man, but after a ed Intently while Mr. Ihirnw told litem nf dog, "Walk," who ha dlsllnguUhed him- tribute certain monies towards Ihe comple "Desolate Isle," and roloniie. There he I r (' we iiippo iM rMajij4f JL il will boliard tu find a man half day's and all ulght'a hard work, be the love uf the Father at shown In the self on many occasions. Ijut, but not tion of the road. Kuid parties, u;ion pleat might use hi Executive clemenry lo his OfWco 38 Murray St.. Now York! who would claim II. The wlil.kr It hrrv It ksl I will keep. in4taitllUstnwB.lks heart' content and none dare lo molest or aiiccf tiled in bringing liliil around all rlghl, Prodigal Bon, and when Ihe Invitation was least, conies Audr Cowan with "Old Fife," not necessary to rcilerat in an si luf smmus tajlkls fsrucr au4 trsdsr, rta In the handa of th flomniurnt. purp, who haa a pretty tlury, refused lo pay the turn assessed uiake htm afraid. hut for a tiui lie hung at a dead luvil be given, full of thcrougtrga-tio- d an old lbs, isml, SI til; retail relet. ctsoiDim. Atarticle headnl 'a tween Hie and death. We have not been CoHUixrriuH. for res- fair record, but played out leu yeara ago. against them. The case, after tedious lltl In the race for Commonwealth' In our came forward for Salvation or model pardon" we erred In aaylng no informed, but suppose the inevitable girl toration; 37 ronfetsetl Jesus, old and Andy don't rlaim much fur hi dog aa a gallon, was decided in favor of the Di torney, Mr. Stone will find when the nose nolle of tho murder waa lakeu till laat waa In the case, and if ahe will come up young, which, with the 33 in the morning. runner, but say I, la It 1 on a cold trail, rector. are being counted that Ih Pulaski Demo-cral- a COUNTRY PRODUCE show her the most thoroughly made 90 fur Ihe Sunday harvest. and a good Instructor of the young. Tht are not all on way. That little I, slinJUats Hill CIRCUIT CLKCst, svfcjerl I Mr, Kenimly wat indicted now, we The Grant programme at Ixiulsvllle, February, altknl Tslra tasssksiiisfcr 0-- ls, si tutssiUtr tsuiahortly after th died wat rouiiuillnl, but ashauieil of himself nun that over waa the marline have Urn blessed with above it about Ihe run of the boys' convtr not yet published, liti been announced to piece of Itadlcal honey.fuigllug In Ihe tut at lUia wt tbt pvuuivrtiit yuj. r w. ksl ts, lutiis bib imi iNwiirr, llttSMI. known lo guilty of so foolish au aetiun. We know four confession. Praise Ihe lxird for all. tatloii when Ihey meet, and It It hard to us privately, aa follow i A Committee, race fur Jailer latt year, ha not been forfor aome' rraton, maaiMy UllUa. ttullsr! UT... W1U (iaiu. LBld. J.1MKS V. I..VUXY, sjiJ I (111 l MsBjlklii(sUs. juu (inula W liluiaelf, tU Cviuuionrallh'a Attorney at the would plly him, anj, pity bring akin Mr, llaimt and Maite are vrry will, and tell which haa Hie best dug; but from what nouqiolltictl, will meet the General oil a gotten; neither will It be until another I tkelr full lain. "!' I CIUCUIT DlURT CLEUK lit Iktsi , S. BSSttStS. th tlui filed th cat away aflrr wrtnl to love, ah might marrjr htm lugcl rid of enjoy the niouiitaln and the mountain we inn Uvun fruiu outsider (truthful men) eeclal train at some point on bit line ol member of the family of "ihronic office la a tVuJUatt OH ibt M IB isvusuriBiis Uacwtu asbjeAt l KD-- I Wear Ik QUAT. ceiitfnuanrt. (wople. We arocouifoitably lodged wllh little Dick has Ihe beat pack tu these parts travel and ttrort hlui to Ih Cuurlhouss seeker'' tt defritcd. "" him. Sthc .inferior Arnal. "iIlnic STAMTOBD, ICY. Wiitat Kivb. C rae knl Wlroal, Hoon Tnixn. -- Knh Oyilera by the Mml, lliiiimy tlrlla, IVune., Mine can, Omaiw, Oranges, Select Apple, Meal, Apple llniirr. I'iekle In llnlk. and I'mra, llnnanaa, Itmpnont (Jhramtl, at many rilirtiliT llilngi at (leu. I. Veeir-e- n well as other tbeilre Dandles, Ac, al Ocn, II. WearenV itrVUI iv gl fr i.ovii. .otivi:s, j nl reatel rdcl,,t f P. Sfit fr relml. Idie' Two of Mr. B. It. Yeager'a children are anectn! with bd sore throats. Mr. It, iLdentry.Hr., had a line work mule lo die with lock-Jaone day this i.AMt, HfnCii A.yit week. Mr. Huh Farrlt caught a Jumping - Levi Hubble hat lost four mule. Br perch one day last week that measured on 2d page Fir hundred ami eighty mnlr were 211 Inches from tip lo tip. -- James P. Ilailey will have a "walk recently shlpied from Lexington to Cuba. The ail of J. L, Dawson, Jr., It fixed over" In thit end of the county, since D. for (Saturday.) There ire some II. Edmlalon haa withdrawn from Ihe track. slock and oilier valuable advertised. We have at laat had rain enough lo Al Tho. Unnels sale newrKlrksville, calve brought $17,10; scrub heifer, $11; lay thednsL A good rain fell lat Mon. rows from $11 lo$33, and young mulct day, width will be very lieneliclal lo Hie grass am wheat crops. J-Midway Oipprr aaya Maj. J. I Prof. Tlce was Ihe of sevrral of Hart, nf Jacksonville, Fa., had two sheep our young folks losing a good nlghl' steep shipped hint from Kentucky by express. last week. One young gentleman not only lost sleep, Imt lost Ida hat. S mneli Thelaller'a charge wer S73.C9. Al Messrs. Hamilton's sale at Kansaa for Oily, Mo., lla head of Colswold sheep Home of onr nelghlmr that killed sold at an average of $18.(0 per head, re hogs during Ihe last cold snap are losing alirlng to them a total of over $2,003. all of their meat. Mr. Jake Harlan killed The corn crop of 1879, In Ihe United twenty, and lost all of the Joints, and Mr. Slate la reported at I)88,2fi8,7o0 bushels. It, L. White killed twelve, and dtd likeIllinois hcadi the list with 223,932,700 wise. The "boom" hat at laat struck our bushels, while Kentucky furnlahet 43,922,-10- 0 town. Our enterprising merchant, It. Her bushels. The cold snap hat made the hog man, haa created quite astir In the bone Irade lively. Yrsltrday morning, Tim. Irade. He will buy any thing In the ahape a hull W. Hlgglna shipped 700 head, for which of a bone from the rparc-rlbte of an ass. . he paid from $3 to $3.30 per cwt., and Ihla frog lo Ihe Personal. Miss Maggie Clelland ia morning, Mosea Collier will forward COO Mar Ihe guest of Mis Gentry...... Mr. for which he paid Ihe aame price. Iteporla from all parts of th Slat John Slaughter, of Balvlaa, waa on a vlilt are to ll c eflect that nearly all of lhapork to his alater, Mrs. O. II. McCaule, Ihra eek....Mr. D. J. Newbern and wife, of kilted before Ihe present cold spell haa Tweaty-eighpolled. t wagons of extra Tennessee, arrived on Friday lut and are fine hamt and shoulders were delivered at visiting Ihe family of Mr. Beecher Adams. Mr Combs, who keep one of the hotels ami Imp to see Jackson so changed before next week, that the (limit Oonrt the lawyer will not know II. nnntrtnnn' Mitt, noHKArFiut. Nwuunor. 3 JS. :Bn.XT03E3, t riioi'. "d" fr K1 - 10,000 Dressed Turkeys Mi.M:i,i,r,v. .The rue Trees -- ltn K Two Desirable llcsltlciiccs blnUr u, C. J. WALTOIV, a. STJBAITf liiI3;VllSl & . T 4 mi hi cut. ant A. .T. IIAItKIH, e, 1 Tmr lard, ei - lij B. Mattingly & Son rr lb. t.Mrw tiCtt !,, Jeans, Linsoys, Blankets, ftr J itiim, uainvinjir TUTTS t4.Ur. lhi ih 3; PILLS STAlVFOItW Marble Works. Cp, ,Ulnllt (, t tcllalcktJ onhitDIfByirMdTjmtrara Proprietors, Toilif. Foreign Domestio Marbles REMEDY ?ij - DYSPEPSIA IS THE BANE " TUTFS PILLS NoltndyhaTrbw J. N. DAVIS' VARIETY STORE. xrn wy tit "f mi s7 lit lltJUOltH. ll'l'C, TUTT'SHiMRDYE. (( !, joii.v ir. MiM.r.u ii rn lt ' r" Be,.!, K HI i ilrrrr TreA SKittHrnrtKl. llrlmr mfn M,lmt lilrl. irntciu rraioniciis Aa a sample of the ilrnnge thing I. A gentleman Irreproachably AllLIOiM. Modesty and virtue are twin ustcra Uitnpuil dressed goes Into a confectioner's store tint often And their way Into n news- - without lull, wo ftn4 HnKrHlxrbsMiiMM. I HI ii I ran not have either tWISIal. fMK as,MSl 'lf ft. Mmit sVbsI stit , and says to the gentlemanly crnifte- - wpcr office, wo append Iho Inllnnliig, I.li(enc,s Is first 3CTT. W fall rttsm, n. t nMh coiiiln to tho modest Ptmn .h . SsJI OP sent til m lir n ln.lv n,in il... tinnert :il. lnn girl; she never leaves this cousin, nt . .Its imij inC. Friday Moralsg, XoTember 21,1879. . "I irnnt MA t.im.trn.1 iml Aft. if M.nl ll..t II I...1 Iiirrn iloiinuI among . nomo or alirna.I. Kindness alio comes wwi,n, fSiimM it r. tsa v. " j ... ...v.i. 1,1.11 iinnu . . ...4.ss JIM MVSISe nuMMF.n noiiKDur.K. the nicest cream tarts you can make." somo old letters of a lady who died of from the same fnmllr: wherever anv llattrr SfsT!! 3? iCC. .HMMIS. ..ec r, msJ32 "TfT t"swsXixyt!"riiM t.mtr Tntrtllr: Prw 'ISKltMMaSkVMMK . .Mia Skin (. f li MlH. ii iiuiiiirci mm mi; 1 uai u n nssiy vnnsiimpnon about a year ago : question Is being discussed and her Ck Nief . Tho Oldest nnd Bout Fnari- - IN EFFECT APRIL 27th, 1879. fmlioo love tragedies are becoming monot- pretty large onlerj do you want them "I would to God I had never met youl opinion is nsked. she elves it hcslta Aril, T ORAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE, ts tanl BSS I. rat IS lla.ua.it. Ttl onous lijr their frequency. tnuiHKH7lHnlH AiHorlon. A young at once the deception you have practiced tlngly, not doubtfully, and If not ac trt IVSHoi imsTV Item, art tan. SS.OT 1NADC MARK. Aanufiiii c arrTRAD! M Tkn rmrt.su f TnAINS millTII-IKIUNI- l. u r,i Minwi woman becomes enamored of a young tv Within three hours at tho latest on mo would never have taken root so cepted, never anows K tSss a ark. vhaial pnirK ni n mi-rin herrcirto niter JSK Jh thru li lntrfM Ka 4 Ka. i man, who U either unable or unwill"I can have them ready in that deenlv in this noor. torn liMrlnl mlno contradiction, but calmly and quietly STATKINB iTtP mi nit uinrt Mall Mall rllflrllj. aiarh REDUCED TO f?2.00 PER YEAR. n Urram,ln t.l Ihnl h lla ing to rcelprocato her affectionate re- time. Ahem I It Is customary to ask r a iraa. IWn chn.lln tr you, who knew full well that your withdraws from tho discussion, but llMsilmMn ts art) a . Pm n lrd . . m intra f Min SfltSr gard for him. And what does the n deposit on such orders ray ten licsrl was given to another; you, who her opinion Is II IS. m IMaa iwrrw-r- r Snlnrrlpllnni will be reeelte.l at this not lost or defeated bv Vs. . Mr rwsr niiitrr I II am f H pm it I tin it Ml .' . woman ilo lint buy a revolver of small francs." Onire In rliihs nllh this paper. siaaa I Sa p m S 4S a m ."".'."ft"! -knew the weakness of human nature, so doing, but, on the contrary, it nl rwnnrrMS. mun ien is iJoioroiaunffuihiMiwiirjV.i.iT- H IH.H SSIpM B.MMM HU. II lpaa lYhMliwhwn Itfttl n vnn . . .,..,...M " l.ln,l. cliber, load It, present herself to the 'Certainly, my friend: here are having been In my company three and most always curries weight and effect. JMaa. SSSpaa Hr- . UN EmUre.llriwi imiif - xhrr. Mmw tt.il . nil. m & . cold hearted and cruel mons4er, and, your ten francs." Omtay'a ' FM SMSM four times a week for tho last two Her wardrobo Is chosen for quality wmn(rs. -- rsii Pravsgape ja .,rT."i'LJ QllMrtlralanlnMrMmrlorl "! Tbi Interior Journal ana KLUA. Lm. T?r I iwTinwaii. . o ii aa art wij Om".,'...- u .1.1 prmiiip, Bask 1 pear lor dr's I t mall without more ado, put n liaMet !a hl ""lejlrs l II. About two hour later a gen years, knowing my disposition and na- according to her financial circumslnn TRAINS WUTTIMuWNIl rrh nni him ail amnltls al II pri iriirin I lii.iinSf. and then end the performance by blow- tteman Irreproachably dresml mica ture ns only one who bss won the con-arnl Ka I JTrnTI ce: lb" co"r nre MlMled with e.r. ZWn,tbMMn. .4f lUmuhtiMM, lu. Ckiir.iiMt raikarrirorlvrr l. llllMrml. frt IM adu Burn STAIIOV. Mall Mall l.arrraa ing out W own hralnsl It U either into a tailor's shop across the way from fidence and trust can know. Still, suitable to each oilier and fnvoinblo TiiriiKAT JiininNnui, liar ISalerltlalalMiillnilnrlflnal Raon-a- a I'riUI.I It rali.rtpira IS llrrhanlra' PWk, pataniT, hMR an.lrkVaailr-raWr.- 1 re.1 Wheal, II SI 1VVM. till SI SI lrr rllm Halrl II a plitol or poison with Iter, but ahe It the pastrycooks nnd ru.s to lie shown you nould goon day by day leading T Allhar s,,,,,! kT , drnfil.il XKVIr art,lral aifcl anj In.lt.Mmlal nMr; mirtifratlnd Ml It llnrlanatl lo her complexion (yon may call this r.tt siai.M im,h Mr IVm ji rvirr, laulaalll Wh.lrt.la Amtu Sf4rra 1 1.,,. Ar tlmrfrlava careful Iiefore retorting to either to some overcoats, ISUan Stlaaa stttroi IM.m SV Hdiir lie selects one of tho me to believe you thought more of mo taste, o it Is "modest taste"), tho Oils " tealnaina lrlaillra'ait,l cMMrnia Ure-- rai 0Mt l arrhlMlaral ! Ttapia Itjam " llaiMtVfJaor II nraan. a mnunii rt or orlatiial leave n mary or letter. In which the nicest and asks the price. niipa sstpai' tpaa. than any other of your many lady stylo must, of course, bo ns near the HT lospm aiapia 4SSSM iirl.rCmllf w,a.l Ih. tnual orldnaT da. " lnoalllo., IISAtK Rail,..,. .. II " lanalllai.iMt wtlmml matter.. woo of unremitted and blfohted af I If pat SKI rail "One hundred nnd twenty firo friends. Onro I believed you all hon- popular fashion ns sho dare approach. "Mbm Mil. kraiia Sopr Ib Jiauar, Ma. f IK. Na Vaar will I lmg ,! II' III V.IJ ,V,""" " "oi" 0Ha l mT ""L -- n US S am fection are erTuaiveJjr depicted, to francs, sir." l" lal, ami alll ratilila th rrl "" rSi- A isiiMUtl or, and that rather tfiftn rrlro nnnlhi-- r but never quite up tu the helghl; - ptimi l ar-a. raiaiaiaf-rtiiv- i. MM.- .r Ik. Im.1 u.1.1 ....la. . -. ""- -- - v in ...i". KrM, . AM,.rrcii .iaaiaw, ai inrMlan.in lh aa TralaKa. Iraaanlail l.aladM alia acntcjtt touch the heart of the lentimenUl "Very well, I will take it. I have pain roil would have denied rnimrM when nut calling or ahonnimsthedmis ... Aimiairiir, If 111 ill I jrv 4 i iiim, Atlmrr, 'MN IralahrWIarkfairra Ml Slnllxi alih I. tl A Ai I Bru UnleM this mania Is checked, we some money to collect at the confer-tioner'- s too llama, rlr.nilliM'llalraal'arliiaV. a At a a " - jTsav . . .. -- .a most any en lovment in tho wnri.i. 1 es will; neatness and care; if walking, a. .. i. irain irma a. at ni, r raniii-ri- , a llarmla-Imn- p U.k.B-, n.....I - ... II rarp.- ni- uiaiin Hinal W aaV aaaaaaiSnSSak ..mla. ... HI m4 HttltlMi frtMt Hsayst, m sw vwi fnmhm ty ll'r m,..T i sa ajan a w, (hall bo poorly off for young men and rarl M. (iisait, SMHtaSSUaastt u M4 'i"rV'!?Tw"",h,"- -, '" "" across the wnv. I nresume widi you jny with your new love, but sho never moves loo fast .1 Ina.lll. JaarllMI with I. A M, It. It, '"'I tfr S1rMlSMlIS4stBa Ulr'alloukdailot I ha tear slow, or f ktrttoftStssa, ktskc mV n I ml mistLvarNMIM Uttoplaa, lanraa. young women In a few years. There you havo no object inn In lotting one of I HarrHt. 1st Fro.1 la riaur rlala at w. aa ran a 1 .o nm Ut saf ! Lt Pray yon will nnco in n wblln let elides alone with a natural nnd rare. f llstttilli rr ..i iiicwihiiiiii l SMial1Mt Wjmsm. itwr e.H. a4 tni "'" anrrwanla SI aara. prk. .a fr riah will l TraloMa.S.riar.la .1 liaatllla J.MIkaa altk laliasi aiiU IW,ia nobody left but the "old your young men come orer with me your memory E lal I Ml Laarr saSM Tat-Caa- ill mii i ADtAkf m drift Iwck to days gone fill slrn which (a trrr luvsimlnt I'a.ralK. astJsMshlM raiaaoai.an IL II. IrmnaalMil, Oak im folks," wlinno brains are cool and clear to get It." OMrofj,ooirar ItlckaaaaS: at . THE PRIVATE MEDICAL Ahviftr it an rkant, IJtlntalM.nilaaraatrt an. I frwM fs-lrMt,Bti bj. when you ami I wandered over I agnizing her friends by n mlite bow S.M To roplr-j- , oa rear iralna a? ai.f laa ana alMMi UsWwMlasr VrrhllK 0.rvt-- , (lltlhrifif, VrU. Jkrro i.lra, on. Trar Ut amliacAa allWlaaall .Itkall maJi enough to perceive how possible it is "Certainly not. A worthy man Is hills nnd through fields with only one or welcome grasp nl the nM Ulirrjl.r, fll" aalrlral lima rrrr mala liarraHM,aaanr ecu hand; she kms,wmJimm, put v wanwa jpOtrwr M. . for a young woman to mako n fool of myfrtadMr. Puff." ! l1r.rnHra,oa)Mr, ami u ,im r tea, . H? tt i.n. i.r iiif.naa ami ib.tiirai Ural. an Msm w4 Ihnught nnd that for the welfare nnd never votes herself on a committee of fajwrsj IVtsi iissMMtfl.s,ij,UttMrtti Train Ka Sraamvla at IK. artana irlla an Ikrrl.S ataklM vnsail allh Iralna ..,. ,, mi l W herself, and the little children who Ml. Klrr. alar.Hra. .., a (tMt tssswvur toiMwar - ltW llllan.lf It ( I . HI. To confccllonerr cnler irre happiness of the other. Prav do not arrancements. but Imariablr nets if t TO Una. and allk It.I In. AWlnrkralrf .ml laalaallla wm. .thranM, FIjlilraDln.aorjFar.aaJ I ",, t Iralna "-aarilraropr I." ' '""" BM4r,t-OfUH- , ' la'''--' have not reached that atago of devel- pmchably dressed gentleman, now strive to forget them. 1 an.1 Sranlkat Ika nrrano (Hlli-- f p IM rl.k, iSallaa pray Owl to chosen, (as she assuredly will be) as TralaNa. SrnaMrlt.l lalnatafl allk Irataa a( alraa roohra. ADVICE.-- A "MtOICAL . U aj opment when the heart has the better wearing an overcoat, anil tailors fimrlve von. I will I. t' A I. It. It. rrarklna I taakbrl SIS A.M. Mswfcs-at- d JtW (IWaM n aal, ,f pn nib m .n Irr In. As f.ir sisting in tho progrnramo by sugges- Elcclro Mdlloftl lint t cries '". " .vl UMi I,itaxaWwiuh-HIOMlanlaalllall ISA M .aj allh train, nf Ilia of the brad, nnd nothing seems so de- - young man. The confectioner greets me, I shall 100 llU.r.11. SV;'."a5?jr!2 al aiMf llrtlrr KjnJr ILILnanaWlatkramiaaMI Plnllot mm .M n Mlk Im.Ih mImIMIM go on day by day, work tions ami willing hands, ui or iTalt sa ItllM,!. M causing I Can airaulo ns llio particular person on the former with tho respectful friend, Anl Insilrnrarnta lor ran I aVn I kr aaf lullaa, rrnrlrallni Ik ' T"- ing ns though not a care a sorrow things to mnve serenely and joyfully. VhlnmlllM, lla nnaM rtlttant rlr( la Ih. Ullrr raaa rraUlrr I adKS Ml. iniIm n m k... IIM aw, I...WM4. TW IH.MlraM tlrfrnn. whom its affections are fattened. ronTsnlM)t Aatho. i.,Wii.iM tlrBbadw, inn r siirJ ilmrl In mh liness due to n good customer. la aarrkraakI Tlrkita aa-- all pvtals Tjial. hnrlk. ever troubled my weary life, and no 1 love 10 hear her musical, cheery, trMtrtlofi ftnj raratU El. "J? 2"."""aai "' aMl saw ai". aa. i.taVk. i an ap Warn ai4 Kaama Rlnni a. l 't;. ."i-"- .. a. at Ma The graybeank and grsy heads can "All, Puff, I'vo called 'round for one will ever know a poor, tired, bro- ringing laugh; flotation is foreign to (stslufrl tmrrrmf of all 4trm rar I. aal mallno applr ta Iraai. nta, ia. .fall. M. mmmv 9Mit him ka. im. norml"la.atwiattll.allo AilJrraa1 p wiisnv s .jkhvannoK lBtfslif rfinimi In m. nt t r MmLTk-rt'.UtroHia-ii-anacomrratulafeiheniselre ihattlierna. that ono hundred and flftr. Yon ken heart lies buried a.ai to mt ... AML UOntiirjinfN fntUf lktmtlrtf9Trtnin .a--, m; I'a. in my bosom. her: every act Is naturn Itself. When a i, i'"ii.a. r ctnt ftl the crisis before the Men penetrated promised tohave them formo nt 2:.?0." When I HunUL.rs. l.Ln-- a ..r - I aw..ij aa .Uh.1 tv, U.i,j think of the marty, many she tells you any thing, give her cre- mounlfKL 111. t n.l !, nt. h. I "? '! VV INnwM.rr.ltN .1. HUm,U. laM.aann) ton I tho human intellect that the "Von shall h.ve them In fire min- limes ytu could havotold me of tout dence, for sho is afraid ot t ' rarialtSiNtaaaOsalart. AGENTS iwnira J aataa. TAKE THE nu untruth; isisinlff ii.j.ut .it til isr ttfmt Qon it Tfl ef i..fjajIM AlaOn M Saiaaaa proper way to express tho depth utes, air." h. love for another, that I might have her very acta and ways are .M an, It P TRtMAXACa wiamil (a",Lr" M--""" taw. Ikwmm.aaaWa. kn ThaaaaalllOMlallh lha rirnla nt M . to unobMM la. a Trwa, of tho tender passion Is to shoot IM la Ita an IMiloa, now tmlr aril a M'ni 1u! rrt Aect.lt, a4raataff-M- a "Very well. I have logo round mastered my own heart and schooled trusive that they form antf OHIO M a shield nf byrrf ,'"'' traaajaa.1 lllllvr II. II .III It CwirU-r-- J tirml Block, loa'ii .ii Kj tho object of adoration, ami, if the corner to see a man. You will mjsell to lclieve t ailllra la that mr place in protection, keeping her from harm or Ibllrrtn r tr rcj MratlMi Iki pfr nmi PROF. HARRIS RADICAL CURE raaJarlaJ h a aavalai-r- tr taa aa.U th. tnallik UaamaaJl.lrM I Aaa possible, giva to the performance give this yi ung gentleman one hua mr ii.. i .... ! ..77TV . : a.u.M TL.I.. ' your aSections was only n small bit Insult. Shei, as a Mile, generous, TOR BPEEMATOBIIHCEA. I ...i iv, ,k?. aaj pnwall.iTl la inaaawa Ika aaoal the interest and thrill of a double trag- dred ami twenty-fir- e CHEAT Il.lrlll1klakar--tk.all CEHSAL F.03IE EiSIl of tho one bun' compared to the lender feelings you charitable, and sometimes suiters from Ikat .III aaakla lla T.1C-- edy stewed in the rhetoric of a dime dreil and fifty. I will return and get cherished for Ik. 'SEMINAL PASTILLE" another! But still jou that fuct. She acts upon the Golden A J..U. Dmorrrr rl I. Ik. arralnl aamhrt ikat Ulkalaaraalral. ) --aaasa novel. It is so consoling to these the remaining Iwenty-fivmyself in a led me blindlr on. knowing tho uhiln Kulc "Do unto others as you would laaltadaliiaaka-a- p a rj ro.y, 1 1 scitBteoKiinoxD, wash UaaakaaatlrraUlloaiTTTi aw-55- lv. i'J aM aCBttrai aaaaa akStkaaaa a aan-lISHaf I -- .. murderers and suicides that after they few moments." ...rr aaniai a inainif J.yuiv. BALTIMORE, rillLAfiKLMU, .., M ... I.aw. Altai rajaja .a laraaaa a kh-- It U .1 all ao .!T!"T" .. von were doins me a wroni? that vou hnve others to do unto you." In beIII l ,.im..M Im if Aiir itiaar, rrrsKsMfto. xoKrvltr. haarSt at lla rarJan. have nlaved their aillr anllcs in arm. "With pleasure, sir." .aataal XaalMaaaa.. could never remedy. Hut we all must reavement or affection the emotions fallraavllllaaaaa4allaa;aatlklalilallar PA.WULK, KJLKlalf, OKKLAStOMO, imiaiiii a. aa. aalMjrtln. dance with tho rules and regulations una naian hmji mail, .la, mnwl IV. Five minutes later the con live and learn. Perbnns th lixKnn nre a.. cv.a..aaiaTf, rri'tJfl.TIrv.v, ma UiIm Ikrr i a. u. ... faoLpsiioso, i quiet but deep. II la Hi iramiaaala oa aara aial atalra, Tk ofa dime novel, there arc eyes that fectioner gives the tailor's ymmg man yon have taught me ciuetorre, tun a n ... a . in amTMiN, im .im. las wiHin mat inamiir nkl at pathrr abaakl .. aMalaalVa.iUnv rosr, CltJKLKMTO.Y, AlOCSTA. I may profit by The good qualities of a modest clrl alalarv XMMia. rnMtal. Ulaad. a. ViMfcra7Sa.SCJa. 64 & 6G W. SECOND ST. will ho suffused with tears as they one hundred and twenty-fiv- e al u H.i, r amrru kr laaalM Amttirm A rAXAIt,COlfMIIIA.ATtA' ' ."" IM tm ar Un.awan. aaan cream- - in years lo come. Ono thing: I will can lie enumerated to almost J kX ar ha ar parpnaa, ." w m nny ""T .v.. v Im.I a Iktla ! a.m aainl.1 Mbuw a. I..., 7r a. a - aiaKMHiri . f It lai a,aJ read the posthumous record of the tarts and a lull for Ixi In nee TA, MAVO.V, JiCKSO.WII.lr, CINCINNATI. I lIHIiaiM 1 "" a aTl thereon. never place tho confidence in another length. She is one of the most noble ian Foreign and Domestic dried and : " ""aa aM mmn "" aHlam .Mmin ts, aso au. roixn . '" r''?"'"!'"''4 ni.n. iiM.li. m. .innn. - ..-- .. .. .. .. ....... . . araan. II W raailH pranks and pangs of hearts maddened twenty one iranc, twenty-fiv- e .. ... cen man that I have in vou. even thoueh adornments ntaa n TIIK ATLANTIC ITATKA. a.... .u ania aiattarr. mnw la. IMBan. canned Frulta and Vegetables. " kal la rmj an.1 trpratail a kal la i It. of society, and truly an ". ' with jealousy and inflamed with love. times. aiaki. Marrana Pvamtr. ChrariMMHin'l.M. .. (iml 1h.1i object lie were mv husbaml. I Canned, dried and salt Fish, ' -Umt?"- !, a.a!K"''aa!w.to..,?.kr miaaaurt-atm- rASSEKOERarOBTnBMORTlinAST .arnk?-fr!:J!S.!r- : Wof hive and admiration. fLet- aaiaaj 'aaj ! .' .1 v aalataaaraS " "' waf . . Ten to one were tho impetuous crea1U1 la One minute thereafter a confection. even my best friend wotitd not hei Ir. aril nj. Flckles, Sauces, Oil and Condik aw akni a ,v. TLm u ml Mnn i ler in Household. arpraraalkaa,rai II kaa anXl.r. Ikat Ida aril. an aplahma raa portkaMTlrltK .11 rait, ala ments. Soup atuffu, Baklng-Powdcrtures wedded to tho objects of their er and a tailor's young mm nre scour tale a moment to gratify M Ihoa that mar Ukadkxaarpairhaarr allk liu own sUmmsmw. laacmla. II k.lr. I...llr. an.1 raaralll. ,,n noKHOMiruLc. InM laMW a. Mp ground St whole Spices. adoration, a half down rear rssstss, wnuM ing the neighborhood in trarch of an pleasure at the Tirriirv-On- r ii 4aV4. ( ivi. ira;ii.nro.v pait. aar than It katm ananamarf wanla It .khora Irrtra fit a.). I tan F- flS tMat4l rik of woiindinir mv Toilet and Laundrr Bonn MUSK AM rill LA Mr tranja. Hllnkalaaa4,lrpkarraalnrammarar. rill A, (Hsass .tr not pass lieforc one or the other would irreproachably dreed gentleman with feelings. Vou, who alone could have The Henderson .Vors says: lan. win aamiiaa ire--sr Seeds, Jellies, Presorve., Fancy k 'kaaUm IkaSral rl . laMTirt Ik. JZ.I hrttm MsnaVal sue Tor ilivorce nnd Iwtli reel a sense a new overcoat, whom the ereat citr. saved me years aco a man by the nnmo Groceries and Orocera' Sundries. anJJIaro.alm.iK Ik Ihn J All koalaara.tlh this pain, have taken nil tho NEa-Hk1 M , ... , .iraaiai aaaan aa a."A aja.,.. of relief when the decree is granted. with its ceaseless hustle and confusion, brightness mlalakn. .rr J" -"-tn-aaalal nut of my life. God graut of .McCormicIc, who lives two and a Stock imparaUelcil .it the Went. Nf aWnS. r.. lilt MA iWt. NV 1. a The immediate discoery fullowing has swallowed tip as njellnwdog that you may ever lie bannv. SM Inklralkllla flkn.1. anJ alo.1 lla rihraja Mil IIMllNHAMllil OlnlMIMllNKTMAMUta, half miles Eat of MM.I f If , t, t4r4--.t Hardin SENP FOR OUB "CBOCERS' MANUAL" and nev. akn.arnrraaha.tlaraSialaia7aali( Tkn "" ' r1"" matrimony that people dn not feed on swallows mi oyster cracker. "r--a county, Itecame Insane, nnd inaien.l nf "a a ill I n, IThe cr know the pain I have suffered." JurlrJ? Jatlna Ik ;rar Uraaaa. Tka aaar luat allf nkhkWwtU.kmmia.llll.l.TUr, Maalar. Taanlar aaal ifuar air and fatten on endearing words that Parisian. pa- raa akVanl sending him loan asylum, his family l.mlailhk n patikille Aaarrlraa Impaaalht IP" nun Cin. Hnq. nin Hnu trkajhlarar.l.pahllrarlalra. It la i ulu rirs r.w viibk. coat nothing but the utterance, pro-ducbuilt a pen eight by ten feet, nnd im ?)b. JUsrono's Lrvxn .1 Touching Sturu. "kjrkllkaalaaUKaar Ika arrrmlij at m4alM LTnaonAToaJ Trntrl hu IJahtultia. revuUbti of feeling where the rsssaaaa aim .iiaa Mill Till. MIUTMUSr prisoned the man in it. The nen uuim . BS . Ska nri ,v ar, ,.v,,, airni las im RMMim Cliff Tins touching storv was told hi Wo may jet travel by lightning, as means nf living are inadequate to the tiannis nzMEDY co.if c cmmists. aa. bfTh.ifalr..mlarfaflinrriai,tkallrraa- - al -- - -- - allLll..la.l .. a. aaim situated about thirty feet from mnn im-- Hsjauni sLm , rr. Ih. iraa, injlmati Johnson, to our correspond well as send our messages by that dwellincr-hoiiap- . M ST. LOUIS, MO. .ir.iu.jiuiii, rarlllnf nmlnala ai Ik Upob. " "nilMlAI. social ambition of wife nnd husband Ilrao aa--l laraaivralhr paiii, aaa larafljr ran.1 la nilil tin. nnitrir... .lvn ....... . .....awn. ent in Nantucket .-TtAM.ltm Im,, Ornrt... Jul, .1 ngency. They have an electric rail window And then follow gentle outbreaks of ...ro..ir. in T.rjin. !. n never M omnmtn(al I l.nHnaani arpaUlarallaaral,aillalll.r illrrrllr aajanil nor floor. His provisions are ?Ic?c.Ub! lloCtLLIMOtl. tik Samoa On a narrow island near the New road in Berlin that works wonderfully teUirlr Ik lanill (rank ItralAratlalrarr-Iha-a temper, aud the illusions of tke pusbc-- through the crack, In the Iocs. la la krU la Nnarmhrr laar raaraaaa aarat nOk. Alkihao; MMolato.aal Iho Uk 10 th. England coast, n here primitive cus- well, and many scientific ncnnle think SarrmU-- r Ih alll aik aalUa. a. r.ir-- cl al existence fly out of the win- His bed consists of four or fire Utr ... ...a.ii pa an ai.noin.in mmMr. TkJ"TW' " " at all pdnrlpal H-- U n toms still obtain, where the crier poen the electric locomotive may vet null OR STonio. arr.lkprnavilrra.aairorS(larlriaf Sioth. Month, tM. NmlkarM ao4 UU. akkk aim low. Love shivers in tho cold withextending across the pen nt the back naa in. whmt. i nrj bum n III I a rrna of 1 17 ami, la 1oalan.il al III Ualnol .-"-- . about the streets by day nnd the real trains alone our railroads. I.- TWpaalalrrailajaraam. llmim at 1, ana IUH aal no fIt All. MnanTra. Tho end, and the bed out, while auger, resentment and .per-hap- s clothing consis'ts of I.IXWIV IIIIHMlil. laldiiaar.l r rant mr Mill .a4 IHMIIIrrr rU nllkarn-- pi. rilraiaa.nl anJIaOn,! AJnln. watchman by nicht, where tbev dis- - Berlin locomotive draws ipTt.V4 Aarra at M ana- -l lan.1 aa mi three carria- one quilt. From the appearance of ni.tn, laiirarani ai .iiaiatiaa lhaa.aahj I MIUICIII. dbgmt, revel within. :!?"" I ,"' I' Arrol, IKatlllrtr I . mar. TL. -tW lalkraaalf Tke Mill aa.1 ara anna-lr.- 1 raKlkllll.aaAldlahl(tn(lk(anaB . laraklna.! W IIIHalaal,l.na.ll. HIiTTnaliil Ya pose ot surplus meat by auction, nnd ges. Kach carriage boldj fmm ptnht. . .. . ,... --n ... n. ..iiisinairr-'!n. The notion that two hearts must So. the liisnlo of tho pen. one would come ...ni. nwi iai frm Iman-lla- 7 ml Ik. lataHt. InaJIna 'J!' trmmf tkmn-I- .M U Ik 4an Imaa heat as ono ami he merged in each iuo merry maiden ami the tar pn ecu to twenty jicrsons, and all three to tho conclusion aaal aklrklkra;arrStlrakrlk.lallaalkna ml lha tint the chiolcrn. laahaiulaaav Ik Mill ranaHikl naaathailarina pm.pt. Will lh7aarml Tk.nun.ln4.Jrar.nl n..H I laaa sr.naaa ! aa.B.Maa.l l.u. .t. . ... war. other so closely that a physiologist junketing together in an ancient cal- are drawn in from one to two minutes had roosted over tho nun's head. '"" Ih krln( Ih anaarra I Ikra loomvalno. Mian. W.lllh-r- T I. KHu 'nrrrr-blll- nniwa He l ash, lives an old ladr. Auntie B Ik. tarta .a . round the circular railroad. Tim lo ailia . a .i mralah, Unrthna-lnaia- a nf par lkdaalllUaak.a4Urknnk-water ran not detect a difference in their la on 4. as. ',lrtliml,"T amin.l..i rihlUl lln--. rlnilr! has lieen livinc in this manner twentr . Tkri brrr.-mII. s M.I I II t . " "7- f 1 "- - wiisih..m' rTsassss.i-- 1 lfa rtlmltrmff mwm throbs, to insure a happy marriage, is The same roof has sheltered three gen- comotive was originally mado for (he ono years, and we ''-- " a oaMifstikRikMiirtvhlral ffuikj hM InnlnninaMIII Kr are of minion that kMnfiMlotsklnctUlMiMlMritfAirt a it. ,54 im cultivated by poets, novelists and sen- erations of her family, nnd it wntilil luirpnso of drawing up coal out of the it has been that lime since ho washed OKUit lari.u-- a l . la.lal.la a Ika htBahl tLaS lam.i.U aa.1 J .a require little less than an earthquake pit. Nevertheless, jai ar Il .l 111 Hi Ian its performances himself, and bis too. timentalists, but nothing is more cercifMi kll artmHh, lb FuHli DEPOT: FOOT OF SHORT ST., A nails nro nbout 5 J. .0 ail lak altlla a w dislodge her from her scat bv the nre very remarkable, llathful, tkalrttcilt anJ JHSP.I tain than that as characters mature ami renders It one incli nnd a half long. ls.al44fj risw. Tho old old fashioned uncMBKfM. Kt.il, 11 .MM There ahe certain that there are many cases in f UNDERTAKER. there will bo diflerences in developgentleman has properly enough to . LEXINGTON. KY. site, a picture of peace and content which elcotrio locomotives a ... tA allman;tV.aV (a Main Street, . Stanford. Ky. m r-kMkklkaa .a.aaM akmj-r . taa t inriaain '. .m IIMlar t tu In.l.ll 1 mm- - l ment; and that the happiness of the latlaST. . li iBniaaa. .l aviina lifci a. ai.... support him in somo respectable asyam ina . ment. "Haven't you a single regret employed with advantage. Tho Mfc imsAlbor II ? ar. iu.ta- - . iLI7 Thaiu.. wedded pairdependa upon the liberty oues- - lum, but other parties f" .m-.aaaw ruilHia J.aliai n lunua .la aiau tUfalalkaal kMaaratala nre rcanine-- the your wholo life?" wo knl l.nr tiouoftho extent to whieli n I.XCI-.1!. I?"' nt the play or these differences with in lw T- - I rif- -t ! TW benefits nf the same, while ho is im MI.MtAV. "rtlTroa, fiM.MriilHHBa. fills rar,i.wl-Ml- IHII.V once. She dropped her knitting, and dyamic locomotives UrrliUudfi, ruJiec l, w wilt in moral Ixiundi, of course ami for may 'Ksibly be prisoned in an old hog pen. ri.iiiiTiinn.pj lrT AadfTMl U.I.MIUM). a dreamy look crept over her placid employed is, as ..ft ( l i- ltHlllli4rrfTklttia, h ) ork oiy r s.. hearance on tho part of each. Any let. difficult to de "M-aCINCINNATI TIME. Nearly every farmer that raises attempt to override the individual eyes. "Yes," sho said at length, "I cide. Apart from the question of the JiV. flO'e'l. job ruiTUu. have. Ten vears arm. when mv possibility of a sufficient isolatiou. it stock has somo that it will not pay to ?.u:a ftov8io.v DKCEMDEH 25, 1878. will, and crush It into obedience to ' .11 ier was nuve, a man with a depends on tho conducive resistance ot keep longer. Just ns toon as stock the stronger, is pretty certain to end ucau 1. hand-orgaTheS came lo this island bv tho mo rails. According to TlttlSK. Unio'a IjaiaVal In disruption of the nuntial tie. or COMPLETE ASSORTMENT Dr. riicmnus reaches maturity thev should be sold. Trtrl Oh I he could nlar 1mm ti. view, this stcamei. Clnrl.aall Arrow SCO a OP aa such an existence as to make a resi THE INTERIOR Invirrorstnr rcj isiteou long railways They soon cat themselves up that is, JOURNAL t1orloa.it ip, IWpm luoa m SSOaat Ua.a.llU Ciises and Caskets tuts been nuodj they will soon consume their own al-u- e dence in the infernal regions palata- fully. He came near our street, and may lx partly satisfied lir selt m. S t1orl.n.ll SaallJ SMpoiiaia. mlllia CI. a m1 Alio a my nrnetlee A! WAT OX HAND ble. The time for that sort of thing my sister sava to me. 'Let n tm from time to timo new nrimnrr elv. in food. Hops that are nine nr by tho Dnl.H . Uaaaillln .mw....ui..i. "" . down to the corner and see Mm play.' trio dynamio Funeral Calls Promptly Attended. has gone by. fcr irml.u.n " "WS tcir TnnM lt. oi- - . machines which would ten months old should be fattened and im lUl unprecedented results.'? n J1'"" l"lal roaarrla br SI. Unli ami Ik. But, if jwison and pistol are to do h en, no you know, 1 didn't go, after maintain wo necessary electric ten- killed. Cowa that are renin? old P. " IRaliUliknllSKl ltnllolnn,.lranarimlnaalllmtIJn. S E N t. niraraii. . 5 tho business of polishing off lovers ev- all, hut ahe said it was Just splendid, sion between tho middle and the other should lie disposed of. Two or three-year-ol-d II I'. ItANNIUitlanmlrhkalaanl. ery time they have a quarrel or a tiff, and I suppose I shall regret not hear- rails. steers should bo sold. Tim New York Times. Ut HtMllI WIUTSU IOC III SSPVT1II0 ing that hand-orea- n Jos. tit mv Sons, there will lie neither marriage nor oldest sheep should bo culled out. well Doino nin Best Hn Coui.it for fed, nnd sold as soon ns got in giving in marriage in the land. The day." And the dear old soul diopped -- UVonler. lltiat. A provident citizen, liefnrn Horses that are not needed should In AikaoorJrucilalKirlk Aa uabllloa very thought of wooing romantically a tear on the half beele.1 if,Mti,. .7 r flu,!. IlllJa .1.1 Ilnararona an.1 mnj. ' all Ijiof TroaUra. W ail kr Plku'MOi.vni Itiillilln- -. or matrimonially will have the terror fEditor'a Drawer, in Harper's Jiaga- - leaving town for a trip with bis fami- put lu marketablo shape and sent to C. J. KOSENIIAH TREquEsr and cbakbes. ly, affixed inside his hall door a plac- market. Get rid of the poorest, f!ri sine tor ueceraber. wnicn rwmg In a railway coach alone nml CINCINNATI. "a naa jrorraniMa, loolailll. Kr 11.L.U. I ard couched as f illowi: "To bunrlan. then feed the balance uKanJril.ll. ami l.r lUHfcntra,! ln.jjlua f with a woman had for the average what they would ioianiaa nir, Sti Jtodern definition- - RaiikmntA or those H intending to burgle: All my have eaten. Hold ou to the best, and Englishman a few years ago. It will man wno si'Kcur.riKs n !... plated Jewelry elves everv lliim-i- n (1 iwim., Imimlfd djm, " and other valuables are continue to make them belter still. Hnrfi require such inducements as fVn. yer, so his creditors will be suro not lu tho tit llnln" hn ll'rW ttinm. u.tm.iiWV Hafo Deitusit Company's vaults. Augustus offered for matrimony fu to get il. Assisnee nnd ZlHiyrHll J.laa. fitufrra. Now as Complete as any PrintII .' A rlmn tvlm PllKDEKVIXa IJIIEKP FltOM DOOS Tho trunks and cupboards contain jiomoiwn thousand years ago to in- the deal aud cives r.tMll.Y FIO I'll 1 himselHnur nee. nothini! but second-haning Establishment Outsido clothim. nnd Place on one sheen in eicrv ten In ilm duce men and women to make ap- A CM )iw, ,VW flaw, la Im, owl Stlh Bank A place where people put similar matter, too bulky lo remove. flock n bell of the usual size for sheep. proaches to it. . their money so it will ho bamlv ..l,.. of the Large Cities, on which ion would realize compara- Tho instinct of the dog prompts him To such a Hate have things gone other jieople want it. A depositor ..... v.K alll .bn aj II ..... Ir .. .. to do all his acts in a sly, stealthy tively little. The Iters are in tlio : that prudential youog people if pru- .v r;.aniui, aitABTaaia FOR nESTORINQ GRAY HAIII TO ITS nrl4l.nl ..rmlrHlb,anJ Ik olarJlal,lUlnl man wno does not know bow to left . ... . lo thun lalu. La..aa-haud top drawer of sideboard, if manner, liia attacks upon sheep are MTE8 AND DEALERS IN - a"r I .nml .. wriglll. dence can be associated with the perl-o- d iia NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR. spend his money, and gels I ho cashier vou iiouuc ray wont, of adolescence lnu w 111 a ho roost frequently made nt nmht while Ir Is a most will require search to show him. 4 President A blc f find there a certified check to bearer they are at rest, and the simtilunenui agreeable clrenhig, tiMchr Prices for Work aro as Low- ing ociore ueiug brought into each man who promises to boss tho Job, for 410, which will remunerate vou jingling 01 an the bells strikes (error is at onco lianulcss and effectual, fur pre-- 1HIYother's presence. In most cases, serving tho hair. It restores, win. il18 as iii Clnclunatl or and afterwards sub lets II. A Direct-o- r w tne nogs, ihey turn their tails gloss aud freshness of jouth, faded or gray, fur your loss of timo and disappoint doubtless, loaded revolvers or potions One of those men who accepts a Loulsvillo I and leave tho sheep, fearing the uoieo nsm, mm ivu iiair, to n nen uronu, or deep ment. Please wipo your feet on the of poison will be found ou them ready trust that don't involve either iLm. mat and don't spill any candlo Hack, for an emergency, with diaries and crease of the bells will lead lo their expo hair Isas may bo desired. Ily Us tuo tliln THE GENUINE SINGER . aSCC, of their eyes or their ears. Cashier-Of- ten on thickened, and baldness oflea sure. The ratio of bells may be the carpets. JJx. letters elaborated for the benefit of the . r.m.. tllOUell lint fllurnt. nnrn.1 T .. a man who undertake, in ..... ...nvH.v. aitvvnjiiuiiiijr made to vary according to the sizo of of tho hair Immediately, ami rnmn. n ...... reporters and the scoff of an uufeel port 1.AH W llVIHIIIln, Main Street, a wife and six children nnd a - Stanford, Ky. A cry cute swindle Is liefng pruc the flock. growllt In all cases Mlicro tho glands aro log and wicked world. Aa a rule. orown-kton- e (MTAUXIUM. ClllCUUlltn, on 50 a month and tlccd on fanners In some parts of the front noi uecajeii; mio lo Washy, ncalc, ar they adord the most convincing proof no riKMinAMIIBi, IXUTLIIK, NOTU, A littlo religion Is a ilanircrous olhern-lshonest. Uollaleras Certain nine. country. dlsciscl hair, It Imparts Itallly A sleek fellow calls at a iu inougu me king's tool may be au es of paper as good CliriK", HAIllW, TAdn, tNVhUIIW, as gold, due and farmhourc fur dinner, nnd ruks llm thing. That was ucll illustrated In and struigth, and renders It pliable. extinct animal, the progeny of fools I rOTf II HiaiW,NOTK IIKAIM, lllLUIKAUl, Vfruinlan. TI10 V10011 cleanses tho scalp, cures pajauieou me 1st ot April. Assets host to sign a receipt, so that ho can the case of llio Wo will koop for salo a full aad are not all dead. Cin. Commercial. BTATIUI1.STH, 1U.C1 IITM, SUIIIM NAR, Usually consists of five chairs ami show his employer what his expenses who, while returning from a canip-meelin- g, pretcnts tho formation of dandruff; and, lino of tho abovo goods, all Tl! Ibiuiainr, . . WlTNrJNll tllTltl(UTW,mi.Ni.-l- , an nl.l .f.ivA.. I.. .1.1- - I - IIM .fl.lo.1 . . .li.l.A .l.aA.. held out his hand to an old by lis cooling, stimulating, and soothing laJ V"V V",MkatrliHI ..... i,...-f.- .. at lla lulu. .., ..via-- Ill HUM ' .. IU ;7 in.i.iiiu " . " lo IF " A new jwatent, eocurod In Knglaud, .... 11a ans ," mm ''!.. 1 1 wiia r. nreparcfi enemy ami exclaimed 1 I ii v.aalog laatar mwflmr, alll iM"mn ,, tan liand-mad- o aril pitloou If the bust ain't a laml ..i. . ... .,.l. WMUllMl 1NVITATIIINH. I . "lllve mo properties. It heals moat If tint nil ,.t n. and of tho boat .1... .1 . aiguuiure is Inrolvea the mixing of paints and ...v.. .,u ansa auu ,,ccul1" to l',a 'U"T HmUALNOTIUW, varnishes with phosphorescent salt, or .liIcnijo toinmerela! Advcrllaer. mado on a paper on which it is writ- - jour hand, Sanders; I've cot rollirlon. ""T"H matorlal. wot, wean, aim I anil I feci mean eiinn-- li in Hal. ..i.t.i." ..i,.,.. -- HTl'.. KTa- .a mixture of lime and sulphur. This " "'""tvwmmonsuiseascsor wo sa.'i wul I 'ICI; VII.V The ouly iri0diiaTjo"ke wo e,er saw I ,Cn' anJ that lower hoot of naI)cr ' a II t'l'l'S a hair aro Impossible. nnfa au, composition I!.I1 Oil ... u...l. ..-..- . is to store up daylight lu a jhajier tliat steals humorous mv.w hi autii u matter, w men items Wo Can bo Bontou lu and give It out by night. Practically -- Miiiwii.aaiini, Aa a Drosalntr for Lotlioa' Hair, While tho people of Ithixle Island Aaiaalwio.MaaltMrlulr uastiiis, "Have ou the swindler sells before Im ( nni w ,.. Tlio Vir.ou Is Incomparable. It Is color. im larl.r oaMllaa' llm. ao4 To aoltrol Mrllra the patentee applies it tu clock faces, seeu the great aud In Ex of tho neighborhood, and thus a piece nrA t.rnmirliii 1st lnvi.tjli iiiuiiMijiciit -.- . sI'uuilltluHllkliitlMorrs-iiulr.iHiMHiin race?" "No what 'i ec M that at night the hands may be racer of Work. "llio liumau race, of course.' of transfer paper and that principle ior iuo remain or Uio Aurrnguiuolt ' ,,rt wU" w, lwuucrou nor de. auu hiIll Will loase, In and closo to towns. ItiK lis our lino Willi KUuLrI& I liniurU au seen distinctly; but his patent claims Ami the oldest . of Culorad.i to prompt paying partios, at $S JubablUut was whin of law which holds the Innocent nur. Indian. Iho mill UniiI li. An cxicrlHfo oL its use for all kinds of liehtnlntr nur. peil when a luv fur A down and 3 a month until tl "'""I'll"1 .1 .1... chaser harmless, are used to cozen A Call When In Need of any Kind of ,Horo hMHB quarter poses. Itooms may be ladiited with Joke. It Is lunposeJ luccessfully. n CO.) Ga tho machlno is paid for. Monroe ofa that Adam trot vtir " i winuturpa(i 111 11s cxetiience. Prtatlng Will Convince You of ry Ih OHr I.hmIhi-- h enable it, and strata so coated as to Leawe that off when L'vo L,l l.P Hr. r.1.11.1 zette. clnuati (niinineicial. H, rnxr.Eio sv "" "- " kf'4 I S3!"' theTruthoftheStatement. mi ships, buoys and It ttntde him feel funnv In t !,... at.. A Ug -..Hrei.HlosHe.-j the I evld.nco )i the lHt ...m can wl.ero you arc, Df. J. C. AYER & CO.. LflWSU. TIIKglJbUHl M'J(1 m. tho otW objects) used lathe sign! buBWa race was Inere..!,,,. n.v.. 1 W klfml, DantRlr, Uf. stork, tVoliutc not ouli'"roui of brains than a paper collar Is pf a an 1 li,n that is iluno you will sen uu servloe. rractlral and Aunljrticat Chciulala. tlulao Keportsr. I . IW I'AlllMITT.UHrH. '. ... al.IrS n W. I . lloflaj," bill itr hero an.1 rau. niMifiinir rnr aiiiiiniiiiiii. i.iin. eoij. nv aii ivwaaMTa nvKimviieius. I. St. tt AI.rilN. Jr. I'mii iMor, ' artoulniiMaw.aiiitiiltrcr'afcti. SCO SElie k -- B5T Jnfrrior Sfeiirnal. A JVfiieimriii' 8TA1TPOBD, .i.i. nf, M OPIUM lls!?rStysSt5 Oodoy'H Lady's Itook. 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