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WAiaJOW, IIUeiNFM MANAUI'I!, .!., 'I' Onaliir 15 HIM M I Monllii .....ifKlJ ti in The Interior Journal. VOLUME VIII.-NUiMJJKR RATES OF AOVEltTISlIW. M OnMnir,fl tntcrtlnn ,w A llWftl dfdnrttoa foretell ntoiMatltHriJMt M ltfaMrlrfrtlriwl1flM ow rttr t wtrtU Mlhawof nf Mhrr rf4M ?rr. 1 HnutlntMNMIrrf,"lArflttlfH AdttTlUUI Ittmi tn IjMt1()Dliimn,20ffMff line, Annnnn(rmnUf Mirrlagm,IHrtbDd Dralfcl tlnfMMfrff effw. fMtur1rt,Tribfltwf Rfr-t- Ar ( will, ? lattraUf Ilfrfltaihtrttofof OUR JOB 6FFICK 1H OMN.CTE A4mUliralrfrUI.l ltrllft IK. STANl'OUD, ICY., Kill DAY, DECEMBER 20, 1879. WHOLE NUMBER 107. rrlrrit.ialtlk.tlaw. K&T:&',AM,!Z w" WINTER WILL COME W k Si 1 ? V ifif IT NEVER FlILS. Read and Profit Thereby. e 1. IT IS .A. Afl "WELIj-KlTO-Vsri- Sr FACT THAT T HI ife 111 w ! bUi Are the First to Pull Down Prices and the Last to Put Them up. They Continue to Reduce Old Figures While Others Are Forced to Acknowledge an Advance. Their Advantages in Buying Have Been Proven in Their Selling. People all over the Country Will Testify that They Originated the Scale of Low Prices. Their Increasing Trade Alarms their Competitors and their Low Prices Gladden their Friends. THEY ARE STILL INCREASING THEIR STOCK & WILL, IN THE FUTURE, DOUBLE IT A One-Pric- e ' -: Cash House is the Only Redemption for the People. 27' , They Charge no Extra per cent, to Cover Expense and Lost Debts in Crediting. This is an Item to Those Who Pay Cash and a Warning to Those Who Buy on Credit THEIR CLOTHING Latest Styles, Best Goods, Lowest Prices. THEIR BOOTS AND SHOES Largest Stock and None Cheaper in the World. THEIR HATS AND CAPS Immense and Splendid Stock; all New and Nobby. and Very Desirable. THEIR GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS-Compl- ete Over 500 Samples of Foreign and Domestic Piece Goods from Devlin & Co., New York. They will take your Measure and '. Garments. Guarantee Perfeot-FittinAdvertisers are Numerous, but Honest Goods and Low Prices are Scarce. They Charge you Nothing to Examine, but Promise you Money if you Buy. Therefore Go Immediately to See g NORTH MAIN STREET, - - - - . STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Tl,r Mill r.ilki m, If a rtmrli 'na Ialiea of the Ilsptlsl Church isve a suiv 1 Mfosm mill Tlirir fmlla ' Fl't..iHttt (Ot'.VTI. iiiini, I isie md I tli Jonei-- . nf r Tlu Urant Over, like ill th mmtng nf Nanta Clan n Lincoln, hlTe lm ll .prnding acreral Wtel- ilir per ai the hall, the proceed lo Inflate STomersef. lt. ilH ofrr iMr lnr, ilrs.nl their pastor's pockets. The rongrrgatlon !h individual marked Uy incrca - fhrtatmaagtft In th Inrwin'Si Jnm vMtlng friend In this elrlnllr Th"r SssHe of onr laaehtlnr ire regre tlln being rather small the salary business falls NAU pevlt renudnnMil sfler Ik holiday cd heat, acceleration of tho ptilo ami very ssnehthml HTAisraroxir), issn eloe t heavily on the few who contribute. On kaat In Tho MlteSoefcty general dcronfment of lb fimetlmie, hand. Tliey don't want la r annoyed hy Wednesday night the Presbyterian congre- Tuesday night. u.w AiivKnTiiaxi:ar. r Friday Morning, December 20, 1879. lias run its course. Th unrmtural rrx, gation had a Christmas tree and snpper A Masvnle Imn taw in lneh al the) the body Mttle has excitement f There li a jnttna gentleman In thl at the hall. All children wert Invited lo Hall, (snow talke.1 of. NOTICE OF MEETING ! - nracllcsllr abated: the lwdtnt ofl MSt'itafheflit , tint t tailsngermtsly III with rome, and the riliten generally asked (lirlalsM ai-Tatkeyn, ntkr-pon- o ii. . ir.ir.ro.v, m In speak Mrawmrl (eter. Union n rlwine taVe to ptar gifts on the tree, which was in Ireco, are the rag thl ww Who'll mv ' amMlliilVr af 1 h f'aewsrr W process, tho IVnh al charge of Mr. Albright. has set in, and lhr snundnt advice plat He can't live Inns;. iHtkey In na ? TvtwVMT, (, ISO. OHwesn ar lMrba--I JlfrrlMB io tmin mSsr lo oa ; tail!, ar exprcleJlo Ketwsl Chrlatruss gift lo the noble staff that "Hud" SrngMrn aesl Wt Ismnaah r a. that can be given to prevent n recurfend Id HmlMaT In tfil Tlrtnltr. We compos the IxTrnton Joorsai.'s literary gnt en a bender, an) hod a ses-tIliitt i. ii. ouMi.r.v. rence of tho diseaso l to lliorwighly will not mention any tVktfr. hum before Ihey force. 1 deserted ye laat week, but pet- disinfect, and liurn the ilenil skin as nvme, for fesr llief might ilerllne the Idea hap I waa Intimidated afrah' lo join the waa the first In bend. Mr. Dill Mam, after having hsvti conNOTICE OF MEETING ! well n a rag under tho noses of the M eralnf . clan after shaking hands wild our "Amer- fined seversl weeV-- wtth saml Our tlirl'lnmm 1111. B CS people. We have but small faith, W Imrhnt an atarntanee of tain. ican Cousin," Ulysses I llcally, It waa not when h agwln able I I onl. III childhood's happy years The whnhi fare sf the earth I ore vast so hail after all, from a rsonal standMas advice will lie heed lions A few inoenlnt aaya, I the tsjsawsSfciiarjiiaalais J TIB nor ISS0 H)I t too nnnunl visits of Santa Clans seem however, lht the sheet of water. Ilantlng Pork has Iwen point I mean the Mg boll, the draggled WM at iilMl Hak l oil. IS, isaa. nMe, the Pwiaaissl SSaoSsig, m TvassUv, Fools and their money soon art on a high e wo could l in eternity avntt, ""re than a week. Mud la flags, the dripping festoon, the splashing devil nt th Dfrnittr RNS JNO. J. WelluliritTN, om, bearing very stioagly th enMlk Iheir hhHHilh deep, and still a rising is an old maxim, but fools and Uukler st reels, the military arsIr, the grand nf its paternity. icirco Micro our parent and older V aie tehl that Mr. Hurler Adam one. In music, the general air of excitement that persons nlicn (licy talked of the short' folly never part is a belter That a widower, wliewe rnnlnm Was MCOI, OlItCllUT COIIIIT. the American people ami family will mete near lttn?ll!r, the pervaded the Tails City. It waa not no nets of the year and the fletlnets many respects been frosted by Ibe anew of maoy wisnob 1st of January neit. to the farm lately bad, I repeal, to a "lone, lorn fsniala" from nter, I about of nnr rntr Tsyss.lt. avatar's Ataar.ruV.ta. .) with which tlrao passed. Ilut we more are American nssc. They arc In capture o purehai-vhy Mr. Oreen Drisht. We re- lit. Ni,,ntr frr. Jr , . . llnw til4aant ilia, ffrrettntf . than rcnliio it now, fur It seems but a dish, and worse than this, overgiven gret to aire them up, but what la nor loss "land Mmlsome ynnng lslle, I lit llk want has Mia asyioit ih esial ol to flunkyism. i , If Ihey can't worship wttl he. Iluilnnrllle' gain. We can com- OI Ulstinguisncil menus, sue getting on now, JjVs Prre, wMbeatsM ww v, iliort month ago since a were writing sounds, Mrt; are haStled lorroila thsio inn most any A piece, of IdeWe timber W lne!a they had mend them to Hie rltltrn of Hn.lontllte one's Sunday attire, the lights, the nsaaoiril, KV , oo r Ii Ih 10th da nt of Christmas liefure, and yet three alter the Idolatrous fashion glamour of long, about 10 Inch wkle, snd 4 thick, efnfi, the fragrance of eiotlc. the im u Jirort. Artiae , TtoiantM AHHI..'V,lKTlal bo blotted out of political exis an.1 rWnlty. II. '. n liuiiilrcil and sixty-fiv- e the W mow. What nistlrr who tho cut on the Mill Spring battle Geld, uajs nra nunv rather tence, and this, nt least, Is but the that set the people era- - delivered at the faetory at this plarc, "conquering hero" COVKTY. lcrcil with the patt. This whlrlagig SALE OF PERSONALTY. citlfeni sy, oo long as a few has, of course, made lomo tad chang- true philosophy of the adulation lllaenitiehleilln It. Xhlillrkura. draughts of pleasure! Wheth doubtless, poured on to (bant until, A llllcn Is Jin clirtilallon for Ihe Pants Clans la eiptctedlo m fliro' drank deep es in many households, death has ctfltwr al totftmlfiM hi r ImI. I m it Iter. It. IMInvlotia' school will close er the "greatest leader since the Corneal parlon 'of France IVnhant, cwnhHed al tiiMtetoaiifiT rfrjnfj m IH !HusW.I A some, others have liecn torn by his stomach hat becomo squeamish iwrlqU. i "spiked heel ruffian!" Ho If my Ihe Marrh, 1878, for lie mnrdrr of Geo. WntUlt IlkawMUsrir )1w-- M, the M hftHt.of or the IWrt, not turned. Weak folks got It Into NSATTIU'A.JANUVin sad partings, but taken as a county Ofc(H 1 itrttatlliff t lrvruh-irwl- ., inrVf Iter. Mr. Thompson reache1 Sunday eiceedlngly lrte compeers are still pouting Uay, nn,I sen I for 31 vrir Km of ih May. IWn, HriHshai4. tsihl Klttka ft our death rale has been email, no ep- their heads that he is a strong man, a morning ami nlj.li I, at the M. K. smile awhile aa N. 1 Kmwt ftl Mtvpr; WifM, At Trritt Juir will never sign (I. Clxirrh. over my defection let them ni9fcmvtMi tlir --fuU, idemic lias visited us, our crops were sort of God.and that worship toward his The llaptlst Dinrch I still without a Ihey think what a very good rime I had of Frank Merc, Ihlnklnc $t,0no 4vtt i.r.o Mr. Grant looked aa hour llllleenoiigh fur looking, through law my week'a holiday. good, business has revived, and thli throne Is a consequent privilepo and pistor. Mr. the "ten Of DimTnTv merely torn few ilnnara merry Christmas of 1879 finds ui duty. For this reason wo conjecture making R N. I'ortman and familr are alollj and uncongenial In the intdaf of prrpimtlons fnrmotlns: loTexta. drea parade a a lone rock In mid ocean. costs, has anr.1 Prpnty Slierlu" John Mursiith many causes of thankfulness. that an effort to establish the Empire They will atart ahout Ilia lOlhof Januar Grant could never be called a beauty; phy In the snm of $10,000 for a fire hours Mi. Then in our gratitude for these good would be met with no serious opposi- thta vicinity Wednesday night, altertn( In fact, "hardly ever," but her manners Icck-up- . flunkies, hla gilts let m lay aside caro and devote tion except by a few. The gifts with a free ami liberal hand. are agreeable snd conciliating. Col. Fred tr D. M. Xewell taken a pt4- ! MAnnitn On 21st lnt, by Iter. Grant and wife are attractive and deserted lion aa traveling salesman in a hardwaie this week in trying to be happy aud and they accm to be in the majority, would readily give in. They fall Itoliert Elder, Mr. Stephen Goodman to ly popular. So much for what hsa already honw In Cincinnati, and will canvas the In tn toff , 1.000 M ltb Map I in making those around us happy, utlrWit tx dlttlofuitli- 4 Ktntofkr, Hlfy'if he is the Mia Mary E. Eadea.On the 24th Insls been so thoroughly ventilated. State of Kentucky, Tenneose, Alabama KfiliMliIBt anl mtfitj-iw- o ie(kat tncrmftra Presents from kind friends will be the down before Grant Votam I CMtUlsU Its ARiuUfaf CsMlwrrhy O Garrard, unwilling that MaJiwn and Mladsolppl. would yield al- by Kev. J. K Week Mr. William SteMr. Newell Is a clever lsVUIir7l,inj:hr ffftKpnil Hltrj of h strong man. They i rJer of the day, so we have prepared flai. phenson, of Crab Orchard, to Mtw Martha should gtl so fsr ahead In bloody deeds, reliable gentleman, and we tvspeak for ItoMctoua llno.tiiai rrnlfflkttrbfs!k legiance to the Empire, because it 119am, v9r( vi Appawausj, iiir-na- i this DOUI1I.E ISSUE OF SIXTY-FOUl'A- II. I.ncas, of Mludlebnrg. has another murder lo report. On Thurs- Idm a lively trade. rrtvmaaMDrv. (VlJrcItovtiilBb IWta. i (UB A ieiTTltMw)r a. (JMtir lr1Ii Prof. W. A. Wilmington's 2.1 class in day afternoon Mr. JosKfca Aldrldge oho! ora which wc present to our readers would bo n strong government. Such Mr. Jams A. McGre, teller in ihe IrkKMiliHkf, jrlrf.l ilk CHniits I"bU1c mlUa, III. Im-a human Penmanahtpand closed last and killed Edmund Luak, an aged colore.) National Bank, than whom a Urlana, IbM(listw of IT a4 lhlr Anlrwr, to the dear paid up subscriber and servility has always innr noMe KfTlytkMiarT Flitt Tbltw. 111. historically In Frldsy ertning. Notwithstanding the man on the public hlgLyray in front of young man I not In the proven. to tho delinquent sinner as well, hop- weakness, pari, left last hhI l'losrf patMkTt, MilibcNM Rlrtraaotl lull Blk) iWlf-Ofpg1 tf Imlft point of fact, have we not had nn rain, at an earlr hour the Masonic Hall wsa Mr. A's hoaa, about on mile aud a half Sunday morning for Columbia, where he roaulA, VaJaaMt tnoUlaa ing that they nill appreciate the mi"" Muioff o( mrh waa crowded with spectator. We were very from town on the new Danville turnpike. has probably, ere this, taken 1" 'ttufol,M?kitriol lh Lrf1Utun,(lyi ttmn himself Otnaaitr, all huatirol IHofrtphlcal Ckrtrhr, ,r trouble and expense which its publi- Empire sinco the Mth amendment tolllSj Is pleasantly entertained ty an Interesting The circumstances of Ihe case a establish- the yoke, matrimonial. We wish yon a rronallMttl UltiHS lt.CH-- BiMn of Ural Ultan. else Pkancfta ftfrl Mrlf KlraU, cs tion created, and cause tho latter Notoco in name, but what (Vmui lecture on Penmanship and ed by the only witness at hand are about happy future, Jim IroM 1TW) u II7, t lb BtaU. 0v1lr aiJ Tiau would sniff their a to call, pay past dues and lay the wanting? Flunkies hy Prof. Wilmington and the MidJIebnrg a follows iMtrtr laJft A theft having been commitVt olmfDltooeJ, lbtfftj rt Brother Owen say a "Shlver-reo- " is n4 tTrtty-"TT- aaj aim noses and raise their bristles on being String Band. Ills system Is simple and flf ta br money in our hands for another year. ted on AldridgaV place he (A) accued an insult. Grant ll; but then whan that mm Itbf vtotani, lBKK.-T- w tloth. ttlltm. I la The students Lntk of being the guilty party. On Ihe compared to Ihe burning of the tails, llbrarr atjto, And now with a "merry Christmas told they favored nn Empire, but they easy of comprehension. ilih?r,i Mirbi tOrra, lit InTar-kstrcn-vousl- y made rapid progress and are anxious to en- afternoon o Ihe killing aa Aldrldge waa owing ol tli Uafairni, tloib BiaavraarMaMat, III turas, lire II ashing ire mid a happy new year" to each reader bave not only established, but AMaalWeJllkmUaltu In on Vl-ntubllib 1,000 we maintained, all the character ter upon the third term, which will com- driving hia wagon home Luak came up ami that unearthly ing of half a- l'iir.iBtrlh,5TlfaibftlK of tho interior Jotm.vAi, and with Oa rrcHptof fif, Hlbcr work will b arai hj with him carrying an ax, and demanded doten Tom cat wiih their lady-lov- e be Hailrirw, Arvlfbt rrriwlJ 20th of July, mence January Gtli, 18S0. OnWr fn-r- n tb heartfelt thanks to those watchful istic features sinco the I'ERMaXu Mr. Jsnic Carson, late that the charge of thieving be withdrawn. neath a man's window la da We'll lake Ihe MiMIhr. it wantasl for at ta tb4 book aUrra. arAsMiU aud untiring correspondents who have 18C3, when the effort to make a citi- Surveyor of Casey county, la very sick AldrlJge refused to retract. Luak Insisted. "Sldter.ree." A 't.t KirilAilIkU II, nil.MNi HttlUlaZ inba.. 407 tl Iwurnc tlio burden owl the heat oljthc zenship of the United States in con- with pneumonia, not likely to recover....-M- r. In a few moments they were ner Aldrldge s - Orrcnvood, at C'uruWrUn.l Cba J. K. I'oteetla lying low with remit. house. Tli latter jumped down, ran In, Min?, I ilatmlnM at no litAnt ilajr tot? day with us, wo leave you to the pe- tradistinction to a clliirnship of the fever Mr. Jacob Dorn Is quite procured his shot-guand came out to & plic of lomi magniiuJe. Tlie 0jmpt rusal of this big sheet, ubiI to the Stales respectfully, was dually com tent sick. .. .Dr. . C. Dil, or Indiana, fa visit, wants Ihe old man, who was turning Into to about nf It now jlTJnRemi'IoTiTifnt lull enjoyment oi lira festive oecwioa. pletcd. Uy popular consent we have ing rela Irea in MMdlebnrg...Mr. Crit the opposite pastare lo take a near path 150 Isanti, buIUtnic unit mining. A toot lazily, cringingly, cowardly, per Ok cfliuso Arnold will never sutler haps ignorantly, drifted along in the Jasr,of Jacksonville, 111., la visiting Ids homeward. Aldrldge called lo him to fort more building, will gu up thli Vin-to- r. South Sido Main Stroot. First Door Bolow 8U Asaph llotol, A Ur quantit of txnl In alrculr the (ena!ty of the cowardly murder current of flunky leaching, enduring, parents here....MiM Annie Funk, of slop that he hail called him a liar and Lebanon, is again visiting her cousins, the Vr.lMOItl), . HrXTCCKY, must take It back. The negro disclaimed Mng mlneil nnj t litppoil Nmtli. ol Little. Kven tf by the veriest embracing, adopting their thoughts, Miwrs Myers Mr. Hlgginbotham and brnllr rcrtherpl?ttf the charge said that he hail been misunKrepa alvaj-- oo liaoj a hill aorHr i It n. him, ideas and even expressions. chauce a jury should-convic- t Demo wife are visiting relations here..-M- r. C derstood. Aldrldge pushed hint with the iumt nuiuiiic vi mv aiiui9niir, is krvv is the Court of "Appeals to set cratic speakers and newspapers flip It. Holmes and wife have gone ona visit to there gun, Irftsk drew back raising Ida ex, and there are a number of ciured f.niffi- .- StnillC & lllllCy (JrOCCrlCS, Mr. W. T. Koyalty Is aside the verdict, or Blackburn ever pantly talk of the Nation, as if a Madison, Ind was Instantly shot to death. The moot some nn Main Slrvel, where the parents, AND PROVISIONS. This fool couldn't see that if we ave a visiting relatives at Bowling Green, Ky... Important witness has mysteriously disap nut married, are living in Ihe same room, ready with bis little pardon. Mr. C C P. Jones la visiting friends and Ul peared bene Ihe failure on two different eating legemer? ami providing lor one is an alarming state of aflairs. No nation we have no Federal Governs, relative atGlaagow, Ky....Misse Dettie occasions to hold the examining I rial. At naoth'er, and rearing children as man Boots, Shoes, Hats, Capt, Staple and one it but the mur ment. The Nation is the Empire. Iloyaltj and Mattie McAnnlch h'ave re-I a downright ahame, and one Notions, Gents' Ready-mad- e derer. He can pursue his devilish Tho Federal Government is tho Re- lurneJ home altera weeks visit to Dan this writing Aldndge Is rt large.. The tes- wife. Tlii timony a above stated Is as yet lo the end of which a stop can, and should Clothing. Pocket and Table Cutville, Ky. calling free from hurt or punishment, public. Mr. Aldrldge baa had a crippled arm sine be ut. Many iron have been deprlv. lery, Queens- - and Glassware, backed almost by the executive and ed of liberty, and even l!f1tetf, upon no AJKIMttO COCXTY. last Spring; The Milwaukee Sentbul says that Tobacco and Cigars of all the highest court in the State. Our ' stronger evidence of guilt. yliirirrr. Hon. P. 0. Thomson, Jr., has made nor.Kcer.VTT kinds, Powder, Shot, laws ore a dead letter. The murderAn emigrant wagon latovd down personals we might look up a score. Of wise and timely utterances to tho efDa ii r II. street this week but it ilidnl iTstc in it t'OTTO.V A IIOOM'.X VAUXS, So many are moving hither and thtlher to er's pistol and bowie knife are all subeen killed About 7,000 turkeys have fect that the Government is not in pend Christmas, college boya that sickly looking female with nine talloand school preme, and murder, rapine and robTin- - and Woodrnnarc, In Danville this Fall ami Winter, w-faced any way bound to pay what are girls coming home, Ac., etc "kid" and it weru't drawn hy bery tho order of the day. If this School The Christian Church Sunday a. known as the rebel war claims now that old sorrel horae thai looked Jts-- I omoj olbr oarful article lo iJmm l On next Sunday the dedication of the ill f btrli I oOVr U aril al Ik children will be entertained at Ihe Church a if he hadn't een Ids oats since lie left state of affairs continue nothing will before Congress. Thompson is Chair- - new Presbyterian Ghurch will take place, on Wednesday evening. be left but for the people to matters the ark; no, it wasn't; III old man, with man of the Committee of the House the Iter. J. Lailcy McKee and other di to Ihe land for the machine rifle on hi Deed in their own hands. shoulder Id hair standing I wlHUkatVtittrjr vines officiating. The building is a hand appointed to classify rn.ivwln rutum&Ut toJ all pending been made, ami work shop have now all I taarktn out at Ihe window if hi hat, and baresome specimen of pure Gothic archi-turark. A Washington' dispatch says that claims. be begun at an early dale. I btflafM Wfurath ntslM, aWktlU footed, waa not there, iicilhaV, nor thai rrfvlftM OutsIJe it is attractive, compact will anJ bntowtfts; faft.n tW l ytia, aaJ la all lbra The demand for change In the lower traditional "yaller there is a good deal of comment and The spire is the Hos. 'E. Pome Jou.nson of th and iwaa Jara f ltnr, tHtbsja aat? Uii vra rwirrMta aa4 di" stills a Uih-tai- l, quiet figure work here as to the prob- Bowliug Green Inldligencer will lie main point of triumphant skill. The bell end of the county has brought out quite a wasn't following behind "Fi r X Keerli-n- y gtaMl, aJlbav (iauj v9Mllfad,rt! Uaa ttt wy at, fMrtforty 1 Ulwt rauat W supply of counterfeit half dollar. asMkaak tbM, otvranjall. grrai aaa ataalt Is sweet and resonant. Within the vestiable status of the Senate in 1881. If elected by a rising or bust," wasn't ulntcd on the wagon. .( bit 1 batv racaivaal thlr msibav in ! rote of the House bule ilson select Miaoes Iev!lle anil auiall aaaailllM, I neither tbal Daii bat Elf ra aa a stairway leads to the organ loft. New York, New Jersey, Connecticut to the clerkship be desires, school will have a Christinas tree at the there being The cushions and rnalralrat More Ihoroughlr lhaq mMU. AlUr carpet of the Interior school-roomIbaakataaiy uur irlenda aftJ atclrwaa far lb4r and Indiana elect Republican Sena- none who are willing to nvn.vf.'ftsr.vri. s on Wednesday, sometime. try their are crimson, the pews of tastefully-graine- d literal airvBJ.cr, i Ww tor a rntiDuao it Ibr mutr, aa! by fair Jtmftac atvl Im prtvra. 1 tors and Cieneral Mahone goes with mettle with him on tho race. We Died. fn the 19th year of her age, Jtuutlrrtlu. are uh, the walls white, Ihe vaulted roof whits laws na tart etaTv inav UtTtMaPMia W ItmaDT . The first steamer to IhUseeiimi llcfprctUlly. of Consumption, Miss Carrie D. Hackney, tho Republican or Cirant party, as glad of this as there is not a more M.Moiir.. i. de and blue. Gothic chairs stand behind the daughter nf John M. Hiekney, of thl, pi upon Sunday last. be calls it, the Senate will be Hep serving Democrat nor a moro capabla reading desk. The large chandelier derBorLkSHmi. Iloruto Ibe wife of Martin lU.t.lVj.' pends front the centre of the ceiling and cltr. If he remains man for the position in the broad by two majority. The house and lot on Main Street, a daughter, on the 11th int. doolie bracket lampa light the walls. formerly owned by Miss Mary on the fence it (vill'be.'a tie, and the Smith, Ma. J. E. Christuan I talking of speu- II.vMlI.UIIt, There are two furnaces which heat both vole will decide all dee'd., was sold on Tnesilay, to Mrs. I. T didga portion nf the winter in Washington To those "good boys,1 as Stanton church and basement. Two organs serve Wilhrow, for $820. political nnd other important quesCity. ATTORNEY AT LAW, of tho Yeoman calls them, E. G. L. for church and Sunday school reepectivelys Trinity Church hss been beautifully .Mr. tions, - l.lianwi thrown (row a and E. P. J. of the InttUigencer, we The basement is light and comfortable. decorated for regular Christmas services. spring wagon and considerablv bruised a The Hopkinsville Kete fra, whose would Mahkied. On 'fhurstby evening Dec, The Sunday-schochildren wilt he enter few daya'agOj say 'that weMiad no idea that i, Will prarllr.1. Ikoajwrta lata aa4 JJolln 18, at the residence of Mr.Kuisell Harris, uilented editor DOK. I. aursaoJ lo Ih loarifU An'' native of the Old any one, not even the Our young folks have been antlrip "Granny" him- on Sugar Creek, Mom I'attle Harris to Mr. tained at Mr, Benton s residence. Iba Ifeurt'llNMy Dominion, hopes that the reportMhat Dennis Sullivan and A. 0. and C It, ting ihrlslraa Holidays by a aerie or "soself would take our squib for anything STmeon Anderson, only son of Mr. Thoa. Ralney, brought damage pulls in "Squire B. A KfW. HOCK Kit, Urn. Mahone, the new U. S. Sena- but a very thin goak. It was so in- Anderson, of lids community. Elder Gib- Andersons Court against the Southern ciable" for several weeka nasi. They are I having asocial parly and hop at Dr. I'hil tor, jrill act with tha Republicans in tended most eminently. On Friday evealng ihe son officiated. Railroad for killing stock. Verdict for Tuttle's Congress, and adds that he has ATTORNEYS AT LAW, youthful bridegroom, an only child, cele Hon. Jo. Ilertram, State Senator xurr.H ot'C'iuuKXT i:vi:.t s. brated his twentieth birthday In an ele defendant in both cases. D. Dbrought upon Virginia the deepest Rev. John B. Hays, - a professor from thl Distrit I, ami Cosby Oatl , Repre gant leception al hi father's house. Four In the Theological Seminary, will wed disgrace ever put upon her. The lev. sentative elect of this county, were in Conductor Napier, nn account of generationa of the family were present, beDemocratic party cannot afford to lie whose Miss Carrie Richie, at her home In Rt. town Mondsy. They expect In leare for accident was given last week, died at ginning with Ihe venerable Mr. and Mrs. iatarUs.llstMa Ljiivi8i. Louis, on Chrlstmaa day. 11 Is expected Frankfort nest Friday or Saturday. encumbered with such cattle. Bowling Green on Monday, Allan Herndon, and Including the sturdy home with Ids brid. X Quarterly Conference id th Meth. Gd. T. Z. Morrow is siavken of aa the little boya of Mrs. Nannie Anderson to come directly ?-- " Auditor D. Howard Smith anso gray but soon or tale. There swlais oo 6 odlst Episcopal Church, South, will be held candidate of Ihe Stalwarts fur the Circuit Young. The apartments of the hospita- Will Sod sooie hooeot gao4r fur her inale." nounces that ho is again prepared to Judgeship In this District. AT LAW, ble home wore Ihe trailing evergreen symOur store are filled with toys, women al IIlhcda Church, beginning nest Satur- ATTORNEY audit claims against the State, and There will bono free excursion over bols of matrimony, while In the wide and children, and it takes us back lo the day. The Daptist brethren are In ihe Sieuben-villmeeting at will do so as fast as his limited cleri the Cincinnati Southern but rate will be space HTAM'Oltl), over the parlor mantle were the sig- time when we lead the line In th Fourth midst of a protracted this week. cal force will admit. It is pleasing to fixed low on the first regular train. nificant words i "Our DaugUa" In large" Reader class to hear the youngling ask OSc. .Ilk Judu l'bUin la Ik rbarUluiua I has been in oewlon toCounty Com The steamer Borusaia.on her way from letters. Not a eon given but a daughter "What is that mother V And hear her reknow that Kentucky can resurno the day. We noticed considerable activity in payment of her debts after six months Llveroollo New Orleans, sunk, and over gained. The bride wore a handsome silk, ply, ''the dorr, my child." Ilut where are M. IIUIlDETT, 100 of her passtvigcra went down with her. and Ihe guests were all In wedding gar- the ecstacle In th boom of the resonant Ihe horse market. Quite a number of CAM. intermission. horses and mules changed hands at fair ments. The supper was profuse and ele- cracker? "They have skipped, Ihey hare Wm. McKee, senior proprietor of the ('. Dun ATTORNEY AT LAW, The Sunday Argut of Louisvlle St. Louis scattered, they have traveled, Ihey have prices, Messrs. John II. and O. died suddenly at gant In all of its appointments. can, leave with a drove of horses and . came out double its usual size last his home on the night of the 19th, of heart Messrs. Bradley and Dunlap, Sr., of gone." ai-rvuitisioNa lc . nam- - mules for the Southern market Tuesday. in me ramus oi me jury in tlie this place have been employed at llich Sunday, and was repleto with good disease. uels case, there waa too much "tircumttan- We learn thai a prooaltion will be Collector A, M.Swpie,oflhe 7lh Dis- - mond In the case of the Commonwealth Will nrarllra bla In Itiarkrst.ila nfl things from the jiens of numerous wriJjoiuliig trict, has received and paid over $891,733 of vs. James II. Arnold for Ihe killing of lud xnkly" lo allow an agreement Th made at the approaching session of Ihe Pjitlil rountl?t au4 la lb CMirl of Apt, altriitloD givta to colltxlloui. ters of distinction. The Argut isouo revenue for the fiscal year He case Is nne against Mr. and Mrs. II. R Legislature to organise a r.ew county from laamodrl Kobert E. 'Little on Friday last. In addl beating and cowbldlng of the fixtures of Louisville, and no officer. rllona of Wayne, l'ulaskl and Russell T. W. VARNOX. tlon the following learned counsel have Samuels for cruelly WALLACE T.VAT.KQX. Louisville has completed her Cotton a little foundling who had been bound to counties. As tlie necessity for a step of one is prouder of its great success been employed, via i Misirs. I'. 11. Thomp Compress al a coat of $30,000, Itstlll press T. W. A W. Ii YAKKOX, ' them. The Jury atood, 4 for nothing or that kind Is not very obvious, we presume than we. COO bale a day, and the warehouse has a son, Br., Jno. B. Houston, W. 0. I Breck. small amounts, and the remainder ranging It will not meet with much encouragement. Inrldge, 0. and A. It. llurnam and Gov. The Itads are threatening war in capastty of 23,000 bale. two men of There are alresdy enough aiipr rountle ATTORNEY8 AT LAW, After couaultatlon at Rich- upward to $5,000. Ther ar The complete returns fiom Louisiana McCrrary. Maine over the recent action of the th four, who ought to b on one mora In the Slate. NT.VNroill), ICA', mond on Tuesday It was decided to defer Several of our village druggists were Returning Hoard in counting a Dew-- J show a Democratic majority of 20,731, aud the preliminary trial till lime might Jury and then resign and start a tanysrd. 0S.ee In Cwuil tutra. an overwhelming majority in favor of the On said It was for whatever Durham before the Courlhut week, charged with We hope they will ocratic House. soothe the popular mind Intu a more un new Constitution, reaching 39,072. J A a. II. M'M.AP. (Attorney for defendants,) said th other dispensing rather more stlmulsnts than flUS. A. IMUIXN. biased state of feeling. Ball being certainwould be easNothing try it. UAUDIN A l.fNUP, A bill Introduced In Ihe Virginia ly unattaloable Arrold was committed would let any body whin him with a cow was required for unitary purpooca in the ier than fur the Democracy to wipe Senate to Incoriorate Ihe ItlchuionJ and community. Hut as no body could be ATTORNEYS AT LAW, to a cell, and his wife who has been con hide If they would pay him enough. them out on an issue of that kind. Southwestern lUllwsy Company, to extend DsVNVU.LM, ICY. Personal. Iter. Thoo, M, Vaugbsn, found In testify that Ihey had ever sold W stantly present was separated from him. bar baTiut a iiiiMrlii tvr lb jrauU tf from a point on the Southern boundary Hue aydiierty, Ihe Juries failed Uvln tlm(yrUirl(vU aaUu ibCuwrttr Ap spirits Edison's electric light is uow said of Kentucky, through the city lis has an elegant dry goods house In pastor of lb baptist Church In this city, Is sny find for guilty. attatitUn i of Illch- quit 111 with Inflammatory Ilhsuuiallsni to them The effort at least lai iu Mr.- HriU llftlrMulaantwii a aiwra ibtr iu- iMit) .uria. na to be a wonderful success, and he Is mond lo Tidewater In Ihe Slate or Virginia, Itichuiood, his seven clerks finding It Ureck Jones and I.yn Metcalfe, of curtails Iheir liberality, as we noticed but KMl vnummttt iiarna iHirniu Jk he can produce it at It is said the fncorioratora prom to ex- difficult to serve thecontlnusl rush of cus St. confident that iiAuuin mnisAi' are in Danville lor Ihe holidays. on or two men In town under the tomers, lu one brief moment he has Imhalf the cost of gas. The daily pa tend $30,000,000 in the construction of Ihe periled all that Is dear, and must, through Thejr cauie to rest (?.) There Is no telling influence of whisky. MDlKiA.N, I). I). K, yolftig man will come to Mr. J. T. Wilhllr, solicitor for Ihe what a St. nera teem with accounts ot It and fiir- - road and Ihe development of the mineral many weary days, await the consequences. d other rewurces of Ibe Southern lortlon Logan McKc lias withdrawn from Ih hous of Wm. (Ilrnn A Sons, Cincinnati, ur. up the results of tha disco.ery AinusemtnU are crowding upon us as of Virginia. Hits afternoon, Major Wui. arrived on Ihe stag ..... - .u II UAH 1'KHUANK.NTI.Y ..- IN bTAN. Santa ClausJIngles his bells. How he can Tiibuiu aa associate editor loo jjreoiwi us sua pfco. illb l'ettua county, Missouri, baa will sarnd Ihe holiday with hi family at IXini), KV., fx lit. incSlM or IwulUlrr i.i.xioi.k cottar r. gel here without any snow Is a matter ot Gentry, of lasol IiV tairrlfo. lu to psvbwliHl, a4 hssloartrSJuaUvlj.ib.01iU Talmaoe says cremation is altogrsst sjieculutlon among the little folks. been visiting hi brother, Mr. Reuben this place. ...Mrs K. T. Kdiulaloii end lo lb swka bTlaiftV, U ImihiUl warv( a UCwral II Mill. I. r.nvlrmn't SUrtk Sua Male Sin, -- Mis Carrie Harlsn has been quit Perhaps the "spirit of th flood" may yet Gentry, in this county. Aa a delegate children, arrived here a week ago. They itaallso om gether wrong. We supoee he thinks ualu 4A.ri from Missouri, h ha been attending th aspect In remain with her ursnt all win-- ilatWJUl Ck.Mli. yield to the "spirit of Ihe Ml" If th prestho burning the average man will get sick Merit days with fever. ' Cut. N. J. Hosier, of liojrlc, Is here National Agricultural Congress at 2sw trr -- Mr. Sam. Miller, Jr, has rented his ent strong wind be not washed out by th I BK F. IIUKIJMAN, In the other world is amply sufficient Moutgointry Hrhoffen, Mcflror. looking after hi unsettled buaine .,MMr. , blacksmith shop for Ihe ensuing year to rain, The young peopli have a Literary York fbrjall practical purpose. ty's obliging clerE, ha been quit sick al John 11, Ingrain has bought a farm In Tom Cecil, Jr., for $300 caah. Club which hsa deserved mention long SURGEON DENTIST, Mercer county, and calcsilatea going tjier , Farmers are geltiog a little uneasy, since, only, not being In the charmed circle his horae In Shelby City awMI" The thin; was cut and strict at M'l'AM'OUII, ICV. Mo, I vUillng lo live early in January. While we re-about their corn spoiling lu Ihe crib. They I failed to find out the presiding officers. Rogers, of Columbia, Philadelphia. Grant is to be the Ret. mim , 111. It.. .,.... ?A (ret lu loo him In this ooniiiiunit, w QUisa niii sU MaUi Hsost, lv. tkM oImito sici'igie ....I al' aiiiar uu.hiiii, ssy that corn being damp when cribbed MnLGraale' concert At Franklin InatL anism ei publican nominee for Prosident, will the continued wet weather will causa It to uts ar favorably Uiscuwicd by our Aiyut, Ml Mar Valtris,i,f 8lirll rounl, U .... ,..i, ,i,i. tharititriu if Mircarr uhjii lurNltiwiM OaM Uo aJwIitlaiMwl vb rs Ih acquisition nf ao estlmalil a citlsrn bem ade to oa the firt ballot. mould. our Tlllat par. Ou TuwJsjr night Ih si Mr, llunill.,' 40ltJ jThc Alienor Journal. ' ifi A. OWSLEY. W.'H. HIGGINS. k:y. Wl- OWSLEY DOUBLE umber Ji alll k HIGG1N In el Wholesale anil Retail Dealer fr jta5s ...'.....'. Groceries, Hardware, Field Seed, Farm Implements, Cook & Healing- Stoves, Grates, Tinware,Stone- ware, x:e. For a Sack ot Coflee and a JLJar-r- XT!!. lr JKI' .t lir lul( !, h. Collins' ' History of Kentucky Ni.i.irri. of Sugar or any tiling in our line, you need not go to the city, but say you have the ('ASH and we will sell as cheap as you can get your goods delivered here, and, further, we protect you in S4 the goods. lieuc at Cpf (alt !, to any for a small amount of money. Horse Shoes, Iron, Nails, M. D. ELMORE, Steel, Buggy Spokes, Felloes, Rims, Wheels, &c. Salt, Lime and Cement bv wholesale and re tail. Housekeepers, call for Dairy Salt for butter and table use. Resides our Staple Groceries, we great advance in material, having made our order early. And to those who want a cheaper plow, we offer the Gale Chilled as equal and, strapped beam. It will pay you to examine. Can sell it nearly as cheap, notwithstanding Ihe this market, the Old Hamilton, improved, with extra steel point Best Steel Plow e;er sold in Farmers, we think we have the i t 1 have a fresh supply of Raisins, Citron, Currants, Prunes, Candies, Nuts, Canned Goods, &e. N. O. Molasses, Syrups, Jloiniii Rice, Queensware, &c. GROCERIES & Lowest Posaiblo Margin II IIS i i. J. IN"- - D-A-"V"- W. Depot St., Stanford, Ky. : .f HTAivronn, 1Y. Has .received, within the last few days, a Fresh and Superior? Stock of Groceries and Confec tioneries, Toys, Canned Goods, Salt, Bacon, Lard, Flour, Meal, &c, &c. Goods exchanged for all kinds of Produce, suoh as Eggs, Butter, Dried Fruits, Vegetables, Poultry, &o. No house in town shall undersell me or deal more liberally with !w Bwellln FOB, SALE! hi irj" - IV DENTI8T, ibilloi1. lots, situated c Main Street, in Stanford; with splendid cellars and basement rooms to each. Stables and other outhouses and a well of fine water on caoh lot. Will sell one or both at a bargain. I have for sale, two Eleaant, Two - Story J'rame Dwelling Houses, jus finished, on large J.N.DAVIS, I 3 M'ALISTER & LYTLE, -- OUR EIGHT-PAG- E HOLIDAY NUMBER GEO. D. WEARE Wholesale and Retail Dealer In DEALEKS I3ST- - A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR. SEIif Staplfr & Fancy Groceries, Furnishing: Hoot?, $jitlcriur duimuil. 2(1, CtoaftSe ST&iriroiir), icy. Friday Morning, Decemlier 1879. hQQ&fT&tef5wi$&f)$tG r.t.yaii.vH roviiT'imrHii An Intrremtlng .fori of II, nil if trorlhu of Olhrr A Cnrrfitl 1'rrwnl, BY JOHN BMIH. DRESS GOODS. Wo Imve nn iiiiiuoiiNo Mtock for ynu to nclcot ChsIi- rrmii In lllnck mill Colored Biorr, AIiitiniM, AiiHlralian 'rape, Jtroomlotl 1oi1Iiin, Moiiile Cloth, From-- NovoltiV, Cotton l'oplIiiN, OIiifcliHiitM, Ac. AIno n flue linn el' Drc.HM Trimming" In Velvet, Natln, I'cltlii, Colored mid Itlaek iMIIk, Rlbbonx, FrlHRes, HnttoiiN, At. All-Wo- ol h Ktitor fittfriof Jtmnal' At the link i.r Iwing rlilienlnl for .'howling on the. luck track" I mj ! r (Ira lh reader of jour Clirlstma fulfil I'Iflnre of o!J llntM In Lincoln ronnljr, made nn of cleaning' from the reronl of Hi (.Vmnly Hera' ortioe. Mil bring an acfomIMiel artist anil hating rather a ilnr aiiliject (a practice on al pres ent. Icannol promise a Terr brilliant or terjr ilrulng pictures, Imt, I do claim fur it Hi. merit of truthfulness, It Wing from records maile Lt rlrtuou. men ailing under their solemn oath, a long In lime ago l..iil.lr Wfnwlilngcani faslilon. DOMESTICS. Wo call ospocial attontion to our stock of Bloachod and Brown Cotton, Shooting, and Prints. As it is a woll established fact that theso goods will bo higher lator in tho season, you should Ipso no timo in buying. Bod-Ticking iiirmnr iifTila: iiwktY skat. Tlie Crvt (Viurt held for Unrr.tn county, nl at UarroJslmri:, nn llie lClh anj ITlli itajs of January, 1781, and wu composed of fire Justice of the Trace, namclr : Ilenjamin l.oxan, John Ixgin, Hugh He (larjr, Stephen Trigg anj Wui. MclJriJe. , Al thai term Hie Court, aflcr organiiing-It. member, administering to ench other the oath of office, anil choosing William May a. It. Clerk, piorreJcJ to tusiness, aliicli consisted mainly of qualifyln; it Sheriff, s Hureejer anj li! numerous dei- iilie, aome few aJillllonal Justices, appointing a nnmler of Constables, admin istering llie oalh of allegiance ami the oath of office lo Kteral militia officer, anj recommending quite a number of chlral-rou- a gentlemen lo the (lorernor of Vir ginia for apimliitmrnt lo militia office. order of the term la In lliese The word, i LAOE CURTAINS. Having bought our stock of Lace Curtains in advance of the season, wo are therefore enabled to offer them at old prices, which are 20 per cent, less than tho market value will bo later in the season. A new stock of Fringed Window Shades, d Shades and Holland in popular Gilt-Ban- lt The Court ilolh appoint llita lo be the place of Holding the next Ceurt at, ami agree that they will then proceed In fix utoo a place fur holding Courtis and the atwent member, lo be .erred with a copy of title onler." On the 20th of February, 1781, the and continued In MaCi.urt rion two day. Making the ciKlonury Seat. County Court orJera, audi at granting let ter, of administration, probating wilu, ap pointing adminlitratori, Ac., Ac, rarying the monotony, howeier, by Mntencint one l'alrick Irby for aome rawality which la not iprciGed, "la rttttrt Un kikn on lu tare hart." Junl before adjournment, the following order, were entered : Cenlamin Logan came into Court and ofered Ten Acre, of Land Including the UuOalo .Spring fur building a Court House and other necewary public building", and abx Fifty Acrea al one mile dutant nearly South-Kafrom aaid Spring, a. long a. the Court of aald county .hall continue there, and a. It appear, lo the Court lobe the moil conrenienl place, 11 U ordered thai the Court, be held there fur the future." "Ordered thai that the Court be adjourn ed from Ilarroil.burg to St, Aupha, lo be held there the next Coirt In cour-e.- " The next term wa held pretumably al on the Ht. Auph., wherever that wa Kill and 18th of April, 1781, al which, among other., Ihia order waa made 'John Logan and nilliam Montgome ry are appointed to contract with any wr-owho will undertake the building of a Court llouMi and prion al the Iinflalo Spring, at St. Aiuiplu." I hare taken the trouble to quote thene order, for the HirpoM of throwing aome quotion. light upon the Where ia, or was St. Aaaph.T There I. no qunlion a. lo the locality of the llufla-l- o Spring. That I. aJmitted by all to be the aprlng which Imuoi from the foot of the hill on wVKIi the blanfurd Cemetery ia altuated on iU North-aidjil.t at the branch. Tliat branch whkh I. the aame which pan, through the town limit. called from Kat lo Wot, commonly now the "Town Branch," In, according to the renin!, "St. Aaapha llranch." Hut where I. the place called St. Aaaph, and what I. It, or waa it? The eipm- Spring at St. ion, "at the UufXalo Aaapha," aeeui. lo me to Indicate thai there waa a little Tillage or a aiualt aueiublage of habitation, about the Uuffalo Spring which had taken llie name of St. Aaapha, l'rtckcly where It waadoea nut appear from any record I can find. Logan'. Fort, on the aite ol wiucli .lira. K. I. iwcne.Irr'a dwelling now aland, I. quite near to the Spring, but If the Court bad adjourn ed lo Logan'. Furt the order would doubt leu hare been no written In.tead of St. adoption of Ihl rather cumbersome currencythe record don'l tell alwnt that bnt titer do proclaim that the officer' sal aries and the claim of all other against the county were reckoned and iihl In to bacco. At a Court held In Ko v. 1781, for Ihe purpose of "laying the County Levy" the Indebtedness of the County being summed up, wa ascertained to be 23,200 pound of lolncco, of which 1200 pound waa lo pay the Mtary of the Commonwealth' Attorney and 1018 pounds lo pay that nf Willi Green, Clerk of the Court, and 2(.'X) pound wa lo pay different person for "wolves' head" the rate being 400 pound for an old wolf and CO IU. for a foang one'. The levy Imposed to meet these liabilities wa 12 pound of tobacco r tithe or poll, as we call It. By the way, what would our capitalists, who whine no much about the bunlensomencM of Ihe silver dollar, have to say about tofret from Vatt to West, and 30 feel from bacco In bulk a a legal lender. Wouldn't Xortli to South, and two ttorle high. The they move to demonetite it f first floor was lo lie partly laid with briik -OKDINAnlDt. 22 feet of It at the Kasl-enthe ml with There were no Hotel nor even Tavern plank. There wa lo be but one room on in the time. I am writing about. Such the first floor and four on Ihe second. Of establishment were railed "ordinaries," the latter, 3 were for Jury room and Ihe and were licensed by the Court as they aro Mi fur Ihe Clerk' office. Jamca Ely un now, and their rate of charge, were predertook the carentera' work at the price scribed for them aa they still are. Ordinaof 293.17a-Cd- . or $1,000; and Lewi look ry would not be an Inappropriate designaIhe contract for Ihe brick work at $300, tion for nomtnl Ihe Hotel of the present or f 1,018. Whether or not Ihewe "under- day, would It T Aa a matter of history, taker." a they were called, were lo fur- and a. a sample of the plain speaking of nish Ihe malarial, such a brick, lumber, our ancestors, I here copy Ihe "Ordinary" rate aa prcscrilied by the Court In 1781 Ac, does not appear. I. H. I). Thi house reema lo hava given aallsfao. e 0 Y1m ar 1' ' lion for about 30 year, when Ihe qunlion 1 4 0 ... WnlloJI. Rauperflsl of danger to Ihe population from Its sud- Whiskey full proof O . e (1st den dilapidation waa agitated In Court, Caisson Wfclst.r per Usl. O 0 10 1 e ...... .. which resulted In a determination In Ihe For a wann dlaner... 0 year 1832, to erect a new one, and a Com ForaeoUdtaDer Foe a Bight's M(tos on a featherbed . mittee, consisting of Thou Helm, John II. u . .... iv witnsneeis, Camden, Michael Davidson, John Mcltob- - For a night's lodging In achafftal with 0 06 clean sheets... . .. .. erl. anil William Shank., waa appointed Bum ToilJy pr 0 30 qusrl.... to devise a plan for the proposed building, The price of a night's lodging with dirt) and to let out lis erection to the loweat sheet, not being given, my guess is, that bidder, Ac. From some cause this project beds were "agin the law" in Ihe good "hung fire" so that Ihe plan for the h.use dirty old daya of wolves, Indians and tobacco wa. not reported and agreed upon until the February term, 1834, at which lime it cuircncy.THE TOWN Or BTAKrORD. waa decided lo build a house 60 feel long The precise date of the incorpora 50 feet wide. This being the Court-hous- e tion of Ihia venerable citr I could not as moda it now I, except Ihe addition and certain, the volume cf the Acts of Assemifications made a few year ago. A further bly containing it not being In the office libe rather undescription of it here would brary. It may have been about the rear It Is interesting for Christina, reading so 1780, however, aa in that year the Court completed and omitted. The house was decided to remove the Court House to the by the Court In the year 1830; and received "town of Stanford," which I the firsl In this "mMea the chapter on the County stance of such a town being mentioned in about one year liefore the removal of the CotirldmnM! Tlenjunln Iigan ileeite.1 to the Court, 20 acre, of land on St. Aaphi llranch, the boundary of which la explicitly given in llie deed, and which I. llie Mine on which the greater portion of the town now aland. Ho far aa the record Indicate", our grand-daibli- e remained anlUfied with their log Court-hoiia- c until the yrar 1803, when they decided In have one of more aristocratic pretention; and accordingly a plan and apeclllcatlon for a brick houw were agreed upon, ami the contract made for It erection, Thl occurred at the October term, 180.1. The plan and apecincatlon (which are well drawn o far a clearne. I concerned, though not o arli.llcally a I how of II. P. McDonald,) are on file in Ihe Clerk' office, together with Iht contract, with the builder, Jamca Kly and Joacph 1 . Lewi. The house wa lo be 33 ,1 NTAxrnttn .vmti iuxts. .Urittloit nf Thome II ho are .Ynf .l.fiouirif of Uhnl Thru Mrf to Sell. A- - PROVISIONS, SEED, GRAIN, Thi firm l remposed of J. T. Harris end Anderson T Nunnelley, and ha been doing business here for almul a year They deal In nearly everything in the grocery and provision line, and will buy nr b.rter anything from a pound of old Nines lo Ihe finest nr fattest steer nr mule. They also kiep a stock of saddlery ard a rcjialrlng shop is connected with the establishment. They are fully up lo Ihe limes, nd are honet and fair dealers. Oirmteu A' 7f0fflll, Messrs. Asher Owsley and W. II. Ilig-gi- n conipme this firm, which Is In all rea most reliable and liberal one. spect Mr. Oasley ha been In tho grocery and hardware business for ten years, and Is thoroughly conversant with Ihe wants o the trade, and while Mr. Higgin ha not had so long an experience he has made good use ol hi lime, which, combined Willi lil popularity, makes film a valnaiile lartner. Their slock include nearly eve rything in the grocery, hardware,stovr, ta bleware and farming implement line, all of which 1 marked down to the lowest possible margin. Dealers In Dry Goods, Notions, Furnldi Ing Goods, Trunks, Caqiets, Ac, have an unusually varied and handsome stock. The firm la com ;iosc 1 of Joseph McAlis- tcr a estate, represenlM by J. . McAlister and Ilobl. S. I.ylle. The greater part of Ihe management of the store devolve on Mr. Lytic, whose long experience In this line of good has given him a ieculiar fit ness for it. Besides Mr. I.ylle whose smiling countenance is ever ready to greet a patron, there are two salesmen, Mc&irs. K 1', Owsley and Win. Bright, who arc a polite aa dancing master, and as clever aa they are polite. Wc recommend the firm of McAlister A Lytic with a great deal of Ilitrrt Xiiniirllru. Salt, Lime, Cement, to., jE3T .A. Of Every Description, FMBHACIM) :ei. Sj D "WJiJJEZj E Alt. KINIHOr Blacksmith Toolsand Material! WAGON AND CARRIAGE MATKRIAL, Wheels, Spokes, Shafts, Folio os, Sittings, Axles, Fifth Whools, Arms, Bolts, &c, &c. Carnoiitors' Tools, Builders' Hardware, Lochs, Hinges, Screws, Bolts, Nails, etc. COOKING STOVES, HEATING STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, AND TINWARE. Roofing and Guttoring and Ropairlng undor tho Supervision of a Practical Tinnor. THE WEBSTER WAGON. In AcricuHural Implements, I han die none but thrso that are the most popular and those that have liecn thor Tho Webster Wagon, oughly tested. Axle Attachment, mill tho IruM-Ko- a my Special Favorito. No other Wagon, save one, can claim this IMPKOVEMENT. have Bold nbout forty of theso Wag Ilroken ons in the last ninety days. Axles a thing unknown. MrMl.trrA- Ivtlr, - 10 ileasure. ' CARPETS & OIL CLOTH. These goods are entirely new. This being a new departure, we have made a great effort to place before our distort f mers a large and varied Fine at lewest prices. BOOTS & SHOES, For Mob, Worn cm and Children. Oaly ono trial nooos-aar- y to ooaviaco yoa of tholr real value. Every pair warranted. Call and see our stock before you Very Respectfully, buy. , McALISTER & LYTLE. A MEW Mew em TO ONE AND ALL. Thanking .the People in general for their liberal patronage for what timo we've been- with them, v wevill say that they ivill find us at our old Stand always ready and willing to wait on them, with a Full and Complete Line of - STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. ALSO, HADDLKKY & HARNESS. Wo also handle Fresh Moats in thoir season. Fish and Oystors rocoivod daily. - Produce of every hind tahen in. exchange for Goods at the highest prices, as we only want to malic one profit. . Give us a call. ? . SSU.I llcspcet fully, HARRIS & NUNNELLEY. But the first mention of the records. Trustees of the town occur In a deed d In 1798 from Isaac Shelby, John Logan and Hugh Login, Justices of the IVace, to tho Triiilres, conveying to them Ihe 20 acre which, aa the deed recite, had had been conveyed to them (the Justices,) by Benj. Logan, "for the purioe of erecting and establishing a town thereon." On the 1st of March, 1S03, a plat of the Town of Stanford "waa received into the ward. Oovernor of Kentucky,) John Snod- - Clerk' office and admitted to record," so dy, Christopher Irvine, William Mont aay the Clerk. The document I simply gomery, Hugh Logan, Alexander Blain, a plat or diagram of the town, showing James Davis, Walker Baylor, and other. the iosilioii and form of the many lota Whether there were any Seal la wags among and their respective number, and the lo them we can't we at thi. distance; but cation of the streets, without any written judging from the tracks they left on Ihe description of boundaries, Ac. After that record, and taking into consideration the Uhe town lota were sold and conveyed from embarraaiments, difficulties and perils of time to time to citiiene by the Trustees, their situation, we are bound to conclude the firsl two conveyance of that sort being that aome of them, at least, were not only one lo Jacob Swope, and one to Jno. and d d men, but Tho. Welch, which are dated August 19, and men of the noblest Impulses, and the most 1811. These deed are signed by George unfailing courage and determination. I Davidson, John T. Bell, Thomaa MontMcllob-erl- s do not feel authorited nor disposed to gomery, John Mcllobcrts, Geo. and David Logan, aa Trustees of Standiaw any Invidious distinction between Whether they were Ihe original them old patriarchs, but In my hasty ex ford. amination of the records, I could not over- corporators of the town I waa unable to ascertain, for Ihe reaion already mentionlook some striking proof of Ihe spirited-nepatriotism am! generosity of Colonel ed. Why no deed were made by Ihe Benjamin Logan. In 1781, having been Trustee, for lota until Ihe year 1811 11 by the Governor, a Colonel year after they obtained their title I can commissioned not explain from the record. of Militia, he came into Court and refus Now, Mr. Editor, lam tired,' and I ed to qualify, anlgulng aa his reason "that he waa entitled to a higher rank," No know you think I am tiresome, aa well. I doubt he was. Again, in 1734, a has been begin to doubt if I hare a geniu for hisstated, he deeded lo Ihe public the 20 tory any how. At all events, this, luy firsl acre, of land on which Stanford wa built, effort (and It shall bo Iho last,) In that rolt at Ihe ha wwc me out. If llie (iibbonac and having previously given lOi-crAf ICollinse. had a hard a time with their Buffalo Spring for publlo purposes. terwards, In 1803, he, with other aubacrib- - historic, a I've had with my first chapter, ed liberally of hi own private funda to they have my heartfelt sympathy. I am then built, done. pay for Ihe new Court-hous- e Cliritmaa,Jl87tf. But Ihe strongest lestlmony In proof of his ! ti HrpubllraH Suiirri. bravery and patriotism, la couched In Ihe A yueru How it that Henry Wattereoii, edifollowing order of Court which was en who three tor of the Couritr-Journa- l, tered at It July term, 1780 "Satisfactory pioof being made to Ihe years ago denounced General Grant Court that Col. Benjamin Logan and Jaa. ami h'u Cabinet us "tliioven, roguca llarrod were employed twenty dava with anil xcoundrcli and noouclavo of trait-or- a each of them a horse lo ride and one pack plotting treaiuii agsJuat our com horse In transporting a quantity of lead would have, on tho from the long Island of Holston to Ihe mon country, Kentucky Country fur its defence In the 10th, that "chief of traitors" General year 1770, it I. the opinion of Ihe Court Grant tako supper at his liouso and bo that the said Benjamin and Jamea be al- the guest of his family's hospitality ? lowed Twenty two uund. for their aald Thus introducing into the bosom of service." bo honored and emulafrom Aaaidia, It aeern. more reaaonable I endorse "the opinion of the Court," his family to dollar waa little enough for ted by his children, the very man lie we hare that I he group of Seventy-thre- e evidence the houtra in the vicinity of the Spring, in- that job under the licklUh circumstances so recently denounced as a villain and scoundrel who was unworthy of the cluding the Fort, were known a. Sl attending Its performance. DAXIEL BOOME. Aaapha. Aa to how the name originated, countenance of an honest man. Where 1 am unable lo reveal. If there be any The records show that Daniel Boone, the is tho consistency T What aro his mohimself, honored our who deiire further particular., I would veritable bear-killMouutaln Echo. tives. refer them to Capt, Tom lllchard. of St. County Court more than once with hla Aaapha Hotel, who being an early aelller, presence. The first time wa in August, The year 18S0haTbecu iudicated waa doublleu well acquainted wild the 1783, when Iho following order waa made as the proper time to celebrate the five rhapa, in hi favor i original Si. Aaaph hlmwlf, and hundrcth anniversary of the publica Thomas Allin and Samuel Uraul the related lo him. appointed to examine Daniel tion of WyckliQe's translation of the So It appeara that the aeat of Juitice waa ienuii New Testament removed In 1781, from Ilarroil.burg lo fit. Boone having reported that he la able and Dible. That year tho Aaapha, and thai a Court IIoum and pris- qualified lo execute Ihe office of Deputy was published, although the completo Surveyor of thi. Couuly Ihe aald Boone llible did not appear until a somewhat on were there erected, and that the Court continued to he held there unlit April had Ihe oath of office administered lo later date, WyckhuV translation 17th, 1787, when a removal lo StanfsrJ, him." was the first copy of the eutire llible The next notice I nee of Daniel be ap. took place. The record ahow. that not appeared lu the l.uglisli lau and Iear aa a plaliitlQ In a auit against one that only the Court, but the Court-houa- e "Goal" were removed to Stanford. Though Thomas Jamison for S pouuds, S shillings gusge. no description la given of the building., and 8 pence. Daniel "cast" him. "Men oiteu jump at conclusion,' TOBACOO A LiUAL TKMUKH, the Inference from the fact that they were says the proverb. Bo do dogs. One III the good old time, of which lam removed from the one place to the other, roceutly jumped at the conclusion of a la, that they were constructed of log., and dl.eour.Ing the staple production ol Ihe Ihl. Inference I. .IrcngiheneJ by the re- - "Kentucky Country" waa tobacco. Every cat, which was was sticking through door, Hccllon that loga were peculiarly lundy body rained it and every body "chawed" the opening of a partly-closeat that rarly day it being rather a wood' It Indeed It wu ao wpular a commodity and it created a great disturbance. that it waa substituted fur money. It may en age, and Ihl. being pre eminently than a picture Iho originbe scarcity of wiNMini iiiiiii. ,,i.iu.cr iu hiciiiiuii ilandthai llie had Miiielhlng uuud, shillings al Prettiersome tlmce. lo du lib Ihe of it In thi. Colinnlloii that III Jlinli 17 (Ml peine the aqviRES. be understood that there were many other Justice In Ihe county In the early time referred to, besides those whoso new ones names luive been mentioned, having been apKInted from time to time by Iho Oovernor of Virginia, opon Ihe Among recommendation ol the Court. these may be mentioned, John Uowman, John Cowan, John Kennedy, Win. Craig, Abraham Bowman, Isaac fahelby (afterIt must example of what enterprise and deter mination will do, is ably illustrated in the case of Ihia gentleman. When he waa four. teen year old he suffered a severe attack cf typhoid fever which left him a cripple, and rendered him unable to prosecute the more vigorous calling, of life, and In hla lClh year he procured n situation aa Dei- uty in the County Clerk' office. He retained thi office for several years, and then took a notion lo run for Circuit Clerk, add beside getting defeated by a 100 votes from his he got away with ail hi saving salary, but t waa the best thing that could have happened for him. He then clerked a while for $10 per month, ami on Novem ber 30. 1809, he oined a little grocery store In the little brick now occupied by Mr. Alford, having but $123 of hi own and a small amount borrowed from a friend. By close application to business he waa soon able to return the borrowed money, and after three years he purchased the building; a portion of which is now occupied by his brother as an undertaker. There he carried on lib. business till 1875, when, by hi steady accumulations, he waa able to buy the lot on the corner of Main and Depot streets. On this lot he erected a large brick building with three store rooms on Main street, two of which lie now oc cupies with hi mammoth stock of gro ceries, provisions, hardware but ace his advertisement fur further particulars. Starting out a jmor boy nnd a cripie at that, he ha. worked himself to an honored position In the mercantile world, and his name Ia a household word for mile, arounu, He la liberal in his dealings, believes In pricier', ink, and ha made himself an honor to the town. in t.ro. j. ., rfirri. I e22) OLIVER CHILLED PLOW. Sole Agents, in Lincoln County, for tho nnd only genuine Oliver Chilled Plow. Over 1 50 now in use in Lincoln Countv and not a farmer displeased that has one oi tnem. rurns raoro land and draws lighter than any plow made. J25VW JIM John ltandolph, the great Virgiuia Statesman, permitted 1 is mind likely against his best judgment, to yield to the infidelity common with many of Virginia's great men of his time, On Ids death bed he asked his attend He ant to hand him n dictionary. had just strength enough to turn over the pages, with his long skeleton tin ger lie pointed to tho word iiemokse as he handed back the book, turned Ids face to tho wall aud soon passed away to render an account of the tal ents entrusted to Ins uso and keeping. 'iitirzT MOWERS ?&tes i AND REAPERS. s A large lot of Champiou Mowers "Dat culled and Keepers is already contracted for by me for tho next season, They will A Siinuwu Darkkv. pussun on the jury, hiiu's da mau I bo provided, the coming season, with a reel that will eclipse any thing ever object to," said a negro when put on seen in that line. Over 100 Champions in Lincoln County proves their su trial in tho Marion (S. C.) court tho pcriurity and popularity. My favorite in tho way of Hay Hakes is the Thomas, which has no equal, other day. The black good mau and if the verdict of the farmer is any proof. and tho prisoner true was unseated civcti acquittal. Alter his release tho MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATOR. darkey was asked what ho hadaguiuit juryman of his own color. "iul- the Last, but not least, I call attention again to said ho, "but you see, Du at all Ihe Mayfield Water Elevator a Water PuriI knowed if I lUUered the prejudice fier can never freeze up; never havo seen or heard of one out of repair. The only thing fit ob de odder juryman, dat I got oil an' for n cistern aud equally good for a well. golly IjlUh t We have the girl of the . If you wonld -- - her call early j she has uo (. Editors should not approach witli a A ,os tho might look ffatatellow, but as .ical visor make him seo The Largest and Buggy Harness, its way excito al Jealousy, we enjoy Most Complete Wagon Breeching, great caution. Use your $8 freely, Assortment of Hamas, Chains, and make the Tf pointed, heed not Staple & Fancy China Collars, Lines, her II, but get a & decisivo answer. ever brongut Bridles, and to Stanford, She may say, ", put him on tho der HarntHS Repairs and givo an ' to autumn." oi all kinds. J HARNESS! , i families of drunkards aver-ag- o five persons, It carries untold mis-cr- y and wretchedness to more tliau 1,600,000 people, a large portion of It sends jw,. whom aro children. every year. 000 to Ihe alms-hous- If the All I ask is an inspection of my stock before buying elsewhere. Very Respectfully, Dutch cockle is a new cueniy to wheat. It resembles oocklo, springs up with and smothers the grain, and Is particularly troublesome in North Carolina. GEO. D. WEAKEN. Ll I It Hfe, ruin .1 tlimilriifrilnt rs in 'he nit', .q.rht i "l I'm . The prignliir "f the vilr t unoerlau and Jilant intirval- l .. . (.11 n a rap ..n the LAJ an we had rental ii of time many of the northern parts i of I lie I'm, n iIhii tin I. t . 11. " ; in ei door startled n. I row to open it-- d Europe, inch n Lapland, Norway whieh l M Irnllldevntne ill lll Co'" r iiwih in. ii.... , V.MI. ..j lH. handiomo young man, with and Sweden, ate subjected to a itock inhiM mine Irnm' n depth "f 8TABTPOED, ' nn unmittaicnnic Kimgn i CXJ thousand feet, where tho CS w mmim i ..1 I l.tt..l.M.l strange invasion. Hundreds of littlo ten or fifteen Friday Mornlnj, December 20, 1879. iMte- rockt nre at n hlh temperature nleo nkmn grace, ami .nT...c., ".. ,)f ocmU ch.ng. that there 11111U lie mio cnnncellim sfy? Unj ,ikc . it . ,4 M MM M4 fr cent, for the young lady who had told rf . MM.!? MM ll.'IM. lietwwn the nnler of the CVmntncl. IB uaat, H K. Miliiiww m.m mmwJLmmmmmmmwmtmtmmtmfiM " --vantique wnunff ne )Unkmmn ,10m(1. Bm, ll0 ono lode and that nf the hilling spring It wai tlio last week f thejear dis when, one merrilng, I ronil aloiiil the iiirao trraiuiH iii at Sleanilioat, tit or seven mile Klcolro Mertionl lliillorlos Lucile, who had started nt Hie Knows winner, sitvertttcmrnt: the voice, came forward, tlio lemmings, aim tiieirtuuucn appear- tant. ounlof advantages ol tho Ono of the great hf "WAKTrn.-Tcilii- ie snsnikiiie dcV. A Herdatkejcs shone, and the color mice nre to entirely myttctloiis inai M MniMWmmMIiiI"' ritmMm diainlng iwiwIisi mhI hav tunnel it means it nflonlt ftn Mtlf''" Norwegians look upon them liberal pries " ' liit l stilus fluthe.1 Into Iho cheeks. MMIm ant tho mines. The tunnel discharges nbiut tislwl ortwrts fart sll n'i ry In erst rrniMt" " "Henri I" the cried. Sho bad ex-- , ing lieen rained Irom the cloti.it iiwti twin I" mnli!t twelve thousand Ion of water every KMMl.r tWllltTli-fcrtiHi'"Oh, Liicile 1" I crifil, "lliis li jour tended her hand, but drew It hack at Iho earth. Marttr. as rm twenty-fou- r hour. To lift this water llMRfStirM. Prl Driven onward by tome overpower clmnco. You can now rctrlevo your Instantly, miI ll. there, blushing ing Imllncl, Ihcso vast horde travel to the surface, would cost not Ices than iWrAtl " ,?" S . Ita fallen fortune" Ami I town! the and trembling. mlf4 ( , line, permitting nothing S3.000 n dav. Some ol Iho water mwr . irrnisr nn- - m ln"h straight newinnper across tlie treakfat talile. II r TRI MH 1 .11. gentleman Marled, gflieil enger-l- y Tho wall or has a temperature of 103" where nil but smooth, jierpcndicular r 1. Airnu Mm if Lucile read tlio nilvertlicmenl again nt her, nod then clasped her hands He. Kr rock to turn them from their counc. tho water mingles; four liillea from ami looked over, nltli a tigli, to In lwtli ol tihi. lVtltrit 'P,r IM'l .i where. Iictwecn the window, an old I Lucilo I" he cried. ".Vti If they should happen to meet with the mouth of tho tunnel the temper"Lucile ilctk, nidi na llio newtparKT iWrlli-rd- Diru, what n plenuro." JIU cy any living Iwing, they immediately nliire rancea from 1308 to 135". If attack, knowing no fear, but only left tu flow through tho own tunnel occupied the imst of honor. shone with delight as ho siokn. urged by indlscriminating ragv. Any the water would toon fill the nir wills "I thould feel at If I were wiling Lucile, after a moment, timed to river or lake they swim without hesi steam as In maka iho tunnel impaii my grandniama'i Ixinw," the raid, lc-"Oh I girls only think," tho mid, tation, and rather te m to enjoy tho able. In flowing the tour miles In a cisiterr. "Well," I Win, "I ilnu'l & GO. "it Is Henri, my old plaj mate ! Yon unler than to fear il. If A stack or light flume mado of .1 in. jellow pine, jolt remember jiiiy telling ymi of the lmy corn rick thould itand in their way the water losra but 7 of heat. At your grmidmother would lit & oo w. ittiunu who was sS" kind to me. Often and thev settle the matter by eating the mouth ol the tunnel the, water is1 if the knew CINCINNATI. Here ICulli ilojijunl me with a look, often wo children played in the Libra- their way through it, and will not be conducted tlxty feet down a limit to a and Wan telling something that hn ry, where the old desk stood. Many turned from ll.e.r direct courto even water wheel In the machine tl.op, Foreign and Domoitio dried and canned Frutt and Vegetable. pencil In the ttore that day. Until an hour we have tpent punling our by fire. The county over which they whenco il is carried oil by a tunnel Canned, dried and salt FUh. was islesl.nl in the clunk department head over its quaint inlal.l orna- pats is utterly dciastatcd by them, eleven hundred feet In length, which PlckJea, Sauces, OU and CondiFrom thi Soup stuffs, Daklns ments. and it is said that entile will not serve great city establish ments. Ah! the dear old days--- " a tail race in one of our as Fowdera, ground AswholeBpIce. She broke down. She could sienk touch the ctns on which a lemming tunnel Iho water flow a mile nn.l n menu. I taught school, and Lucile Toilet and Laundry Soaps. intructor in a no more. The memory of thine old has trodden. had Ixhii the half to the Carton Iliver. Seeds, Jollies, Preservos, Faner Wp kept days and of all hw troubles since the large flow of warm walcr i migrating boats are accomyoung ladies' academy. Thee Tho Groceries and Orocer Sundries house together, until quite recently, had been left alone Iu the world, over- panied by clouds of nrcdaceom birds now used for many purposes, tho lint Stock utuHirallcltil hi the V'ett. of a powered her. She turned away her and by niauy predaceous quadrupeds, to utilize it having been boy who SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS' MANUAL" in two rooms, In the thinl e had our own head to hido her emotion. New York lmiie. which find a continual feast spread made amall ponds to awim iu pionMonsieur Lament pressed her hand, for them as long as the lemmings are eer!, it may be, in establishing n sys furniture and cooked uur own raealj ih.LV.ILLIGi1 Whilo they are tem oi warm baths, which may ulti over a little rai store. To girl who bowed over it, and kissed it, in his on their pilgrimage. FT? -I ir "1 a I -- m.ih had lieen motherless fium childhood foreign fashion. Then, looking around crossing the rivers and lake the fish mately become a great sanitary ren 4r !" rtattt TtatiraraaM I. "y hfc', srataktWItM' H'tSi" "home" s a at us, he told us the rest of the story. come in for their share of the banquet, tort. The water can also lie turned and to whom the word ! a i injwtiH'sn, t a , J, .. lasMtMaat, JLnHlsfciUsisUi . t t for a and make great havoc among their to account In heating hot houses and word with no meaning, such a life was How he had come to this county stAaar aasl Mftoyifwa; W.at, tvnuairat " 'fs.n I iiliwiW. inf rauCjl busi-nes- a f few years, to establish a hrancli very pleasant. It is a very remarkable for irrigation. Tho tunnel company riraa, columns. M ' Law Dtsarr. craceful. for a Paris firm. How his moth- fact that the reindeer is often teen in have a firm of over a thousand acre Lucilfe nnn a .lark-evefjia, "a tji '' Pi A ai 4r kt an ' tiBO .' f French girl, who had once seen better er had come with him. How he had chate of the lemmings, and the Nor- which, when properly watered, is very awai Ml rix. Caf.' r tM tV CDICAL AbVISER" In course of time there will "THE PRIVATE days, though iho was quite reticent. purchased and fitted up a house to tuit wegians tav that the deer it in the fertile. ! iThe interior Journal. KV. low, lll Zl tj "' j"', : . - s - ::!k. ,,, "i'"" c S ,,,,, - tii - i7itfniw J"" I.WllllH,!!! Oltt iMN IklM mmmm wanted: .. en ath rn riRtopicii.i. nunniM. WEKKLy Courior-Journnl- J ItepffMitftUT Nnwipifrf nf tli Sntli. A Good IN isntr rt Bh.t- itM tlM I I ' Wttl" Mtl ft if HM BUMMKIl 80HKDULU. MIRI MlHk EFFECT APRIL 27th, 1870. TIU1N Nntmi-Ho- TlIF IMAOKMARK OKAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE, T t iibiiiI n .1 .mil nn I Oil llRWRitr, fl fr ,,. 2W Before niTfx itl 'f M !" pwTlJ'VtT'. ul lull fk It r.iMm ol htl- im it nhltrT-- 01. HMnrir . itntjw tern tllp-- 1 I. I'.IW iprnni.T ...wTHADl MARK, traK Paper for all Sections. iH.if-J"ti- . NH nil Jrf Inaur mmpIiM wMrk mf iHMtMtrth Htr4Ht Mill Mm r,f ill ilrnwrUn il II 4rhiMi nr rii HtrtMN for w wlH I trnt frt fcsWran tif mill n ffft M ! TllKUItA sffif I'M i, Ml Nn tt IfWhanWV HWk, I'lliiMT, Mini . Artfcui hy ill irtitf11si inHti.fotJ ly IVtrr, lx.ul.tnk UtrtrtMl Ajtwit. rrt-'-I TakingouH.. j nfitalwr nM f ind mf ihft l la iMsikilv t rntHHiniHhHl ml ulo TakUg. dlpwtr intt sMTtnulur '"ftT,r,J.m..,.. nrrn by m,l I, tf rrxzis I'HOF. HARRIS' RADICAL CURE TOR BPERlHTOHnnffiA. OLD HOUSE o. SEMINAL PASTILLE" IMaMvtrv OHQp Ma b ttciiorliM. ta W. f st J.T.WARREN g Iii Wr t,u u.xy tsv.it J Uaatt im rJi e i Ji.s a. j.ma. i t ittsjioraH aft '.inlrUB r utti,t ik 4 ff it .i,nih a ik 14 siaa.1 Vtatittw ltwl a taroat.at.arat aafy aMltNrfl atat)feai t a. t. ariiai I Vi aaa IVvai aHTaaata raaisataf aatl .) ..art oo.ia.Bl VaanJaa. tltva i '!. Apfliaa Abortitl. aMMtt tlal BwtaaMaa l i mm4i tW I ara f1 al A an.M AtM. li ! c - Ml4 la ifca at siasaM.. t. Avar f Mvravaii DaMhif . 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I wntUil Ml Hirfllnjt, ll villi irilntVifXilnrnralrr p Iftitxltr CWrUisJdurna. tt i yaif. ! naltM I. irilii fiwit Ijtahrlll, rrtft.iMi, tr , itlUrN IriTrllniC hj irf fwlTfl w ifr. r ,'rr,Jmr JMtMlVMinv, Imla hlsptil ftub rntmiian I ri.t.rtJi'nMwim IhmiUt Jmw'low .i k It IL hum il tarfi Of haivlflnfrt f4TMlMMi tJlll I flTM I iJilftftion, Uant wBunfcir.l.lYhhiifTf.iM. In txlilrh Ihrt known loihafwvaiMiiur .. I AHT IrfiM Klvtntal vha) iu art M Wit ar"! il intnTllH rf.rniwn atail ! il.llilvisyn4lullrrlrrtiVn.n :i1alf f si If. At II. ITiHllPlinanrii, .nin ! iihm 1 any iMiwr lhal in In! WVltHtrf traltai -l, rhartl, IJt Inploti, lAMiatrff inj Itkhfsvvivii it lllt Hn nllf In hkKl wif nn ntf-afirtini rroni mriw-Irr.lafilnfiifi ptkillMi. I aiirUifHl nil in ifani tmlfl Wllnf,Ar HlliiHaMll wtthill Irfweft-Mr- t rf mail dltrrflnrt, iltlntT unklral lima tor M(Mti i..blr. clffwlar. He. iJlr i)MIliiHirMiftl ibaCltMl Wrt ! n nn fa Wf nt No sirAnnrrU it lJll1An wlin Iralif an aALlB IUlM.laaal i ' Train I sa.1 Ul Ml. k.- . it m.. U j. iiimir..,r WHiitiiia - ar i iwgraiF itr" .. mr litsl Thr Wtrkl K. t Urn. it tw ftw 'Af M4f. rfr m.N lini JrW f tim trtnlTlllctlalthjif trlrnh shkr t lllM lNa! in iiipi, 4ar 4lm hum in ca!Wilitt, i tfify ,n hirlrr' ltlntt ltrl nhrlar N.l fplrll rli . tn i aMfit " trr Si i. a.MU .Ml u.iJi toMti ha m. L ( TZSZZI .7 Z mi U.t.t.Wm'iiatlNMii.Nrrl.MaHi. . .1 tta4i. ? n i. . - ft fin'i. jt f ff.ra!tra iia.st tAswrvMa( taiswi i sjnti friMrsinirsj ism im ts. i mm tf.. ia Till I Sl "' ' ""'"..... FOIK avfrrlf tta a it . .ttl2XTlZX7!t rat ,- - wilUr.1 wlla- lit rvrntt i Iha inr vHtartt1Tlt Itwola IHaarnfa-htis- a, ITmNjaa I III) IW M HalMU l.f ptrty nwjitrlr! aa avlairr arlllra la In jtIUh I fcisniiM mu tt lalM ht laa ahola ftrvf't. Aia I INSO!piKV! laMAitilWII lA A M, alia iatl UtfttnUBt ..wis It U ttan. tfa7lti(llae lira ! nrllrr fx.ua.Ua-!IKa- l, I llaa HiVL A iLia llri. f"f 4tatnl rntiwin . i . i llr rtnWatVtflliT inj naiiwaj tltiMiraa wwarr,lhat-aallirtrtiBft"'MIIIM'- 'l - BOOKS (.1 . u V iak iSj. May jtPi ! fs lf '" iri, except. (0 us, about it. hhe wai so her faucies. How, when his agent lubit of eating them. This statement, innocent and beautiful that ituth and had brought him the desk, his mother however, seems tu be- - rather of I loved and guarded her as il ahe had and he were struck with the resem- doubtful character. The termination been our younger sitter. Kuth was blance it bore to the one they hail seen of these extraordinary migrations il sturdy, independent anil New England to often, in France. the sea, where the survivor of the d and bravo born, ami so "We were both uie it was the much-reduceranks finally pemh that we looked up to her in every tame," he said, "there could not be Mr. Llojd mentions that just before thing and felt safe under her protec two, aud behold I I am here." his visit to Wermeland the lemmings Madame Lamont came, too, the had overrun the whole country. The tion. As for me, I was llollie, born iu the tunny South, willul, high tem-ere- next day. We were not so blind but primary cause of these strange migra' but capable of deep leehng, we could see the little romance, which tions is generally thought to bo bun they said. The war had ruiiicu the was unfolding, under our ejesj and ger. t is fortunate for the country fortunes of my family and my life had we rejoiced that inch a happy future that these rauias only occur at rare lieen full of hardships since. was to bo the fate of our dear girl. intervals, a space of some ten or fif-I do not think three girls could Never did tho course of love run teei yeara generally elapsing lietween And jet smoother. have lieen mure unlike. The mother ami son were them, as if to fill up the places of we led a ,ery tranquil, happy lift". of ono mind, and, hurried matters nt those which were drownid or other until a month or two lietore the eve fast as possible. wise killed 111 the proceeding migraning of which I write, when a cloud So it was not many months lforc tion. had appeared on our horizon. Kulh and I were alone, and, Lu A thaitrr of llrrarm. That night Lucile came li mie limb cile was mistress of si beautiful home, While traveling through Switrer-laned and indignant. It look hut little In a few years they are to go back a few days ago with his wife, a questioning to discover the cause. The to France, and though we shall miss physician, resident of Oratt, witnessassistant principal or the school hail Lucile, we shall know she it living, ed at a small railroad station within long annoyed Lucilo with his titled once more, iu the dear, old chateau, the Helvetian frontier, a trulr tragi tions, and her studied avoidance of which her husband, meantime, has cal and thrilling episode of domestic him did not seem Iu make any differ purchased. life, which he has imparted to t lie ence. Ho dogged her, wrote her So tho New lear eve, that open leading journal of his native town. notes and lent her flowers till the poor ed tu sully, en led iu a Harrv Nnw A young doctor recently appointed girl was nearly crazy. At last, una- 1EAK. to the wst of Town Physician in ble to endure it any longer, she had which became the tho Swissbnurg, A YuisiAit AninntCAK from Cm- refused him peremptorily. (Ujg nan lor scene ot the tragedy, Amerilater the received her dismissal, and CACio. A downright vulgar some year) past carried on a liaiton that, too, without a recommendation. can is about as vulgar a man as you with n married lady. Shortly after "Never mind," said Hu.lli, encour- - could meet with any where. And his appointment, however, ho d ageingly, "you need rest, and Mollie perhaps the flower of American vul alliance with a a, matrimonial and I need a house-keepeThis i garity is to he found iu the thriving young lady of respectable family, and city of Chicago. The lion of n fash your home, you kuow." was just starling upon his nodding The girl's dark ejes filled with ionable dinner table, at which I hap- trip with his bride when his former pened to lie prekent the other day waa tears. mistress appeared Iu the station, and "You are very kind," alio sobbed a Chicago banker, so enormously rich flung herself down upon the rails as out, "but ah 1 it is this that makes that ho might have laid with Mr. An- train commenced to move. The enme think of the old days in Frauce, ton "in Courtship," Wealth, "I woller gine passed over the laxly, mangling when grandma was alive. We lived In it." He carries tho outwanl tigns it horribly, and the bridegroom was in the country, you kuow, and in such of it about with him in several mass summoned In hit medical capacity Iu And the ive rings and a watch chain which the spot where the unfortunate won beautiful little chateau. neighbors were to kind, especially hung like ropes of gold about his man's mutilated remaint had lieen Ho was tall, lean and yelthose in the next place. Ah I what waistcoat. Unnerved by tho terrible deposited. pleasant dajt I had," she added, re- low, and abominably tight, he uttered a loud cry and fell but mothers with marriageable daughcalling it with a tigh, "playing in the upon the platform io a ttate of insen-sibilitmeadows with their son, Henri; and ters could not make enough of him. Some of the bystanders ac what pretty fdtt they gavel Ilut He did not talk much and would have quainted his bride with the cause of got through dinuer well eueugh hut then grandma lost her fortune, and the suicide, committed almojt before she was too proud to stay where she for one unlucky slip into which llm ber eyes, whereupon the turned with was known, and so she came nut to kindness of his hostnu betrayed him. loathing from the tenseless form of America, and died. You kuow the He ate but little, and refused one dish her husband, and at once went Iwck after another; aud the husks, after to rest. Oh, you are very kind." her father's homo, leaving Dr. We tried ufter this to get her an trying in vain to tempt his appetite, to the. indignation of the crowd assaid she believed she must give him other situation, hut vcro unsuccessful. sembled Iu the railroad ttation. A Finally I found two of my scholars up. "Wal, yes, ma'am, ielieve you'd spirited endeavor was made to lynch best," said the bauker. "You know who wanted to tako French him, from which he was rescued with I'd trust you with my purse and my and this kept up her hopes. great difficulty by the police nod sta I guess I'll Iw lioss of my That night after I showed Lucile topcoat; but tion officials. To complete the horthe advertisement she left the table own stummlck." rors of this dismal ttory, the hud.and and went to the desk, pawing her recentAt n church jirajer-mectlnof the unfortunate lady who perished hand lovingly over it. It was a quaiut, ly, a man whose credit was not the under the n heels of the locomotive thing, iulaid with differ- liest and who was somewhat noted fur went raving mad upon hearing of her ent kinds of wood, in the stylo of the habitual failure to meet hit obliga-iou- t, awful death, and is at present the in- early part of the last century. It had rose to ijieak. The subject for male of a lunatic asylum, belonged to Lucile' grandmother and be evening was "What shall I do to (i recoup Independent : A young to the family before, and was tlio only be saved?" Commencing iu measman obtained a marriage liccnso the relio the posted of her happy child lite ured tones, he quoted the passage in trance "Whut shall I do to hu lived ?" He other day fit wed the daughter of the I knew what her feelings were when paused and again most emphatically wife of his brother. Ho is now marI suggested the idea of telling il, but asked tho question, "What shall I do ried, aud his brother is hi father in I knew ttill better that the needed the to be saved ?" Again, with Increased law, and hi brother's wife is hi law, and will law and mother-imoney sorely. There was an unpaid solemnity and iiiipressiveness of mandoctor's bill that haunted her and ner, ho repeatid the momentous in. ho tho grandmother ot hi children. sister-in-laof her which Huth aud I dare not ay, be ouirv. when u from ttiA ntspni. His wife is tho .. ..,, .,. .1.111 i,i. ciiimmi .1- ...r ... cause of her pride. '"" My, III clear and distinct tones, nn.lOH" Tho next night wat New Ycur'seve, .crcd-"- ao and luy John William mother by the present husband nre and when Ituth and I came home the for the yoke of oxen you liought of hilf brother and sisters, and will bo desk was gone. There were trace of him '" Tho remainder of gentleman's tho couslni, and uncle of her childg tears 011 iiucile checks, hut tho ma.Ie ' address was not reported. All who ren. Won't it be prepotteroutly to teach tho little one to 1itp We tiaid nothing, but heard it appreciated the fitiit- - of the no complaint. probablv lie many acres of fruit and vegetable under glass at this point, all warmed and watered by tho tunnel water. fpHnij U twits A . htm Bsr sissn th IVt at, Low vf tWiMl rw ltrti "r n. i t It .fcl HtVt xiiwi antmaty I trmM u4 t awan , tarivtT asaa . llllJ t nhi MriB.1 ' iff ' ttU. t bmj LflUISVILLE>.SDUfllERN lrr4gBfaIlraaUhaiiaJillwarialtalaklaf ( r""M . Bf irtsB, mill " sntwaspi - i i it's aati. at . aataa a aw rr9mUttntumtim,hth9fttmlM)l4mmiXtTioi vu n.t lat mmwm ta aar aaa. U OMLT fcf VmmW llafit la lit rata ittrau aa nam ) aflalrt, Ta HARRIS RZMEDY CO. WPG CHEMISTS. I Hub Isrliatralhtt Uaaalr emM af IwllcV WaM RAILIIOAD LINE. tatttlfaa aa4rrl a tx traafa ST. LOUIS. MO. UrctMhMitrtiaa, Mitktl aad (H Bit. lacknl by lac KlarlaarataJ la and will rmfllnvia af ta aaanlalrlr U niri. .TtUINS (IUIMI MH1TH. lalrtlralafMrtr,tlaWi llfa,"alraalla 1 lm,ri BKCiLLmor. alll liTTJ InlrrfaL ll U WaU, sValoTiaoaa. iMllr No- - it i its. aa ta aralw anal It pwi aaa wait it ttu, ti Uiln rara Ikil Ha Untaaca la la laa aala anl (.FNTS WANTFIVr tha IWtt iM lair I. plain. lTaa4 laa ioaafWUIjr af laiac atlaamUrr . SM a la,. ... l.f lUtlisMMkl II lf aftainaf l tvuioti rkiatlil lkMi anl HUJ.I. kItwtt aleol. tU IdavnlalMNirailaat taollfaaltla t4a artl,t li. !.- -. t , pprar aa rarlafT! SI aw aM tXAlld.fAl. ri . iatfacr ll M Urn, 81 CrattlMraarJ Mta Ikaaa that tMar ! hl ar aar aartaaarr alia) !IUM irrn H Iwafrata, lt aatra lajaattVa ial W ,.W y,.i i., al (.! f rt i i Ui a.a. li ai .Iisi . a4 t.lw. . - mm ttm it. nasH a4Hi MHBCTIOMa far aataa will aw. . pasanawaa riataat. mai aW astk.taaa M atnat ttK.t . rosk kal .ssaYsaMsl t srfcrt mfc4. ui W aT hW MtlsN Uimm . flsrHrirt. aawaaal Msk. a. IwarisM I airUWM W ! J .... nanrmlucllta Iir atari IMI t.hB .til .h.M.1 r tha al lima, lltatirrat I asfti IsMat mm - e tolM tmiral feaaatwf-4ta rlrraUllwai rrtf Inn Hi dall taiktap ll auv Mktt Aaarrkin M fiaprr than Mat a au lintr Itttal all llataa trt B4ra7tan larotaawakh UarBI af lit srOrra, iarM U Ppra4 liberally tor mo.. la Ilia Uw rakhaU t I lth I ha1 IP! . . . ' rm ' mini "T. Ir . ItnW rT""i w HAM! .AAt.WVArt H Muti.lalaHliiL ioLT VulTAmt - lf o COMII'ANI'.ll TIMK. t4. rttai ij r...i FOR SALE OR RENT hfiaaJl. ar bal a la iVw-F- To The young lady who has been lying in a trance at her mother' residence in Norfolk fiir tho oast six months, staitled those around her last Monday hy suil.Ienly recovering tho use 01 ner toncue. and to a certain extent the use of Iter limbs. This wonderful case was mentioned in the Norfolk pa pers toon after its existence became known, and ever since its beginning there lias lieen. to all nnoeamnce?. an almost total suspension of vitality in the sleeper. Ou last Monday morn- In?, hoi.-ereas the mother was civ 0. Ing tome directions In regard to medi cine the was startled to hear the U id no me." daughter Since that tune the young lady, thoucli ttill weak, and shuwini; nn de- tiro to engage ina long conversation, has been ahie to talk perfectly well. Her attempts tn walk, hortevcr, are exactly tuch as would be made by a child, the lieing only m:e tn taKe a step or two at a time. She say that, although utterly unable to throw oil the state of letharcv that hound her. yet the was thoroughly consciout of everything that was transptung around her, and can repeat remarks that were made and ilcscnue the limes when she was moved, although she was tu all annoaracces ns lifeless Norfolk a n log on these occasions. u. m m "MEDICAL Irrtv ADVICE.' BsMatat .tfAMffia n Tnture M.alitatxt tt MwirMIsM. 44 h iat..aii.. ataiaat tnw awt ! riMiMfi i jSajaht? MaslwaJ tIj la. (iriMMM i. tM ink. Aiika trr ta tsitaf STttf. C .m .at - tl n taia.'afaast aiarftlata. siM laat t. M TtfjnMtiaMQrMrl ! m a t wan Laki r rB aai.iait4 to MfXa .,! rtaiM inn 4aa, tH tv fm4 i veA tu n airwrta)! Mtw tk - (TAkaoaiisi - 4 aJaa)f aassssirW IHfMtrf. 1 M,IUtSs (i' I V' rftta till byNlWiDfftUr mil " t M. .iW-- l artr "( saaaai aj a MNa ta f rata. 4 a Ma ia. t aa W a aal . ' . rn r.r c ...t sixif r - - lr if r,itV4isr t AOtNTaiattd. ' x B A44m r. .' F WW . Tl' i. min fMafli wy Mill and Pitt ll Wry a MaJ at ran Arm a(Mill ami MalllWy Th llWraaair rttif4rta rnanltif ardrf anj ara ad.ua front lai iMHtaiHalaly ad ItotaraHfcakaJli la taaraMrr, vhrfatHrrairarralR aiW vasal la aaaalaar. laa Mill taaarUat atotilba JnH Im-tl- ui work Mat yrar hj aalrr anl Joia Taa IfMltary la HA f a MrtalHic afrlatt mt ara watar Tara ta a tataWtaaa 4 r4Mnf lou aa A"J. W arraalaia. I'. II. aaa-MIIL Ly rral la.ohtaart! or W ami aUtat r p4 aaarruaaaty vanii. Ktapllty avriatmli hair aa4 ir4aTT alaraati It lit frmaHl. TfitWa fttvla ryta " Mlirltlhtr trvitaia. Il wUliwaalratflaB I l)tnlarttaaflastlhalnt Haaa. la.tr Oct UUr. titkt. !..- JlaroalrfaartllhliJ All kniat Tawftwar Jtt rniTWTiai itrj-- r avsjasj - twnaa mT MU: Ljtr.UiMiu Mrtvlc AM Ta Kaa taaira fM " f frlrtaJa anj rlr fl.l.t.H M frWl. lit atatnilata III aHara ft Ttia rlcatrTtTlan WkTVaf'un Willi aralbftiaritlMaAfi JafitJ Jatlaa ina rar tirania Ta irar lM alrWi- - Aaarrlraa raa atar4 ! la a ah a ? Mat. M. U la luivailU tocksaa bltryralaiHiUlcotfilra. laa tnpttttrof W aWllLvlataal laf taer-ral- a walrhTt haalnalataar laa aralty al raavlala l.r Maabr4 . . " ItaklMrkaM il! P ftt Nfi1lM fA - tlMlM a,ii T..fa ')n ) ill 7 !& tt rl11L JiiJi 'l - sn " nl..itJ.MiuiJlr rrnltarr JMItullta.. r.tITnTfn HA? THJUXHlflllNH iv,TI "piWir" PMi.nd.lt:i.lM.BJ. 1ST. kl i ti '"wii llfUaaratrti laa at af rtfff If 1, !.... lMptT tWifrraarl Ifcal laa Vaatrfsia ll.t,lAeaMer aa. TaailrtSaltaWlariliaTKTaat Viu(lrrV I 1 rill ara wla dralrra laa Xrau r ' a illt-lttttll4i- d . 'if r XW OLD JOS. AND RELIABLE, 2 I .1 PEEBLFS' Xin-ut- SONS, Isj-rle- JDb. SAxroRD's Lmm LvnaoiuTonJ S $is s Standard Tuaiij Romcily for SdiscosesottlioLiTcr, Stomach JM ad Bowel. It it Purely 2b l Vegetable. It ncTcr Tf jDcbihtaics-I- tw ta aal laptj.Tintrmrili.'lM artrlf nal t Uala liaa Traia tratra Mna J.ivtll . latraaaity, IIm tarylac Jtll. itrraclh larvac-afauUkaralliural. atllallUar tlltfrtly aa4 af PI! . artllraalflltTa M U. W..l ttfai A. M Irrt Italy aHi ika Iwraitfwt1a lYraUrallal ipr. y J A tW arM In fUartaWr laaf yrartafa artl ta .Xtrrnkr, ikr alU 4lKr atlU, a riMil at i.man iLaiitlla aaalhaartrU ay an alMmlaabtV rMHt MiracUticaal akkh ultl acyllkJHaao4rriail T WrMtah IJIlW IUI, MMl. MM.liiy IHM in iiiruiiw laawitam iaf j piassjv ! afl hf IHIcaaa. Taa l I tlo arajrara tra. tvasralrJ ia I .i;ibM-T-- Hit UtttHaartaM ,jt:r:7j.t a at lie sal ,a f aaa ltI ri'i. lMi.trr.fiiiiN Gt!;in, Wei t, iay:"It SCathart.caad ! Y HI sTsV L$ jl fj "t jf 1 sf MMafartatvt af 0 .a 1 S CIC3-.IS- I luvir! JlUil;lnlbn',aal Iwraklac KMiailANTS, TAKK WOTICK ! t'aaoarr Tawaiav mra ir aa taittsjalM Ifvaa-i I, THl'Ml'Mam liiaihrlrlraWrail itKfMMliMlilWlaiT hklilrift arratliltm iy tar iaucaaiMa at im tH) Miles HhsrtMt ta Tfcr tuMrjaar alll trvrf Ministry wartr4 WIhc taf aatarta t tlirta Maatrttlaaa )arllaaa. aay anW Iff an t filft l.arr Ikaa 1 kaftan a III haaa baM UrarwaUW laa (aria m Ttate Ikff rvn.e- - IllaaU, Ik rifclUI ttvaa clrarty tKry BfnUfi-H"- . awaarthlac ihhnM.firaylaiwiauiaai lilrrcliat laialiiatUa. TWaa AUtaut-rtntk- Jh .aT sn BJs. " at thafaiaof asaira l.if. aai in irratlhlaaaa alraJUft HtrM la aaalaula la Ral la all H" " "I "I Kav. Illlnala. an.1 IM rlnf Iplra f lb fUa.ha, 4raJ. Atkanaaa. la Offrr i.nu.ni.1 IinIw,, itwH 9m Ifc ltMIr . LaiHa aa.1 lal. afai,a,a. TbSala tfvpar- la mil I il.tf thm Kan. 4 1 firfla airul kit I, taairn, tiff an ftlff lahilnf llIUjjk ba n.. SJalWy M laaw 4MT rajMM.aiff,iMN , a aaa, CW4ra4, aa4 IwieTtnl lia.f f rtufUa, Ar- TrlrlMkufullMf lt a pa lajlly Kaa, I I' ATM.. at. alvtrla, baaaaa,Tfiaa,Sr4a.Uma IvIVfr wt4 nrkaacnl Ik Ta by null. ...-lJ- . Wr.aWila IfcltIm rhf. anj TWtfl Afi, la at Ileal. M lalaaw rik II It m 1fv.il.b-- to alM. imry Mf Ihi. Hr.i lanatot uu, at. a Mnlb IM jrar. ar larlialla Ik Sandaf lir I J AatU'ix. Asm., 4. akfrt of M rvluaiaa, Ik Mir la at M.vr. an ; Tbeaa aba, fa,nU.fU arrlfty I Say virtual tl Tk 'aa U Hi JOS. I!. I'M HI yaar, MMas altizvaaau, asn, ..mrana, (a pur . roi. ,a Mrr.1, 71 r u t IIhII.IIhs. araM. r(.lJlaTI,a, arfahnir " UI Hslil That, - In twain ' in tat- r rriiiManaiti alllahalaiafpllrtfilitrltjliw. a. ripaiH-s:- nh T. qi'icKixr, ('iir..u,t.sr ami iiet rl(ltl lHf. la, lhrfifSitirtl'rarnl IT. lr l'lb.r'irr I'li.rluuitll. -- llnl lilrlll Hill" rlb.MIku ;ayaf,ruauatl nan". p; fll tl. inJaarllraravyrrea. ol AoMrraa I NnUI... TAKE THE Till- ,ISIIUAM. iwkll.r, CHESAPEAKE & OHIO .SEAT CEHFil R.--R.. 1IIIY- job rainiu. mm Vov4 v-m- E0.IE EASII THE GENUINE SINGER THE ,rAt''rd.V,t,Aif!f.CA0..irAJJ isntox. r AA-i- ( a.) landmark. sensational novel never weep over the trouble of the heroine. In the very first chapter the vilmay be abducted by a black-hearte- d lain aud lie thrcatenedwithinstant death on every other page and twallow a pint of strychnine In the middle of the book, but the wilt come out nil right in tbo last chapter and marry Claude Fitzclarence Mnnlmorenci, who turns out to lie another man' ton and fall heir tn f 2,000.000 hy the death of nn uncle in Australia, who went Out there a year previous a poor man; and the girl' father, who wanted her to marry the villian, will put hi hands on their hea.U nnd say, "Bless you, mv children;"' and the villian afore said will look dagger and things at them, and grit hit teeth a he moves lift handcuffed in charge of an officer. Nor- It always turns out that way, ristowu Herald. SAVE MONEY. Nt, t - t JOB . UA.WIU.C, K. la. i la. . ill Always Tunsa When you Win a Out IIkiiit. Dill Z&OKi inngeratorS j 11A 11 vib1mI8iV'' n hmT heca Ma3i praettcr$ sllllllLvV tbo ilHl IJP and bjthan 35public,; GitKATivin:ii!r.nicATi f, (or mora jcars,J lll jlijt'' with unprecedented result. Anion If ta iBylly T alTrt pr1. CbtOl- - " l ll M 1bThe Mhttrr )UaulrlMrlfic rwani-aaripaluAiti a ianitlU, Ky., aaJ lartMinh ila raa rrryabrtf. aid artl rraig Wa- raaalrifr imli DEPARTiMENT, rSEQUEST'tUaCHASES. AKD aOLMBORO, ciunuitTK, out 00r, CllAKlKSTOXi ACIIV.1T4,1 SA rjAXAII.COLVMKIJ, A TUA.t-TMACO.Y, JACKHWrtl LP," riA , am ail ro.vr.t ix tlir. ATM STIC STATKH. c juiMCr, hiuii.iok ioaa; rsTBRsavsa. AontuLr, ItALKltlll, uKi:r..scoti, xjr.Ti.vdxK, rmuinKLriiu, PASSENGERS rORTnE NORTHEAST CHASfiES, Gvctiossrtiir, a i . ' Tl.ifK.aU rail, 1 . 1 MVKKAXO WAsmsdTdx, hai.ti- rillLADKieHIAffM Til- - y-- SEND FOR CIRCULAR.2 U,D I1LCIT WIUTIU K H3 timiTIOI, V V JS. T. aa W. SAUFORD, ill SsVBSSftJ oa larlw rma awlt Maniht' tltwr, X.ru an! 2ST3S--m- J WilllcaBO, in and closo to towns. Now as Complete as any Prlni- to prompt payingfpartica, at 65 down and 93 a month until ing Establishment Outside tho machine Is paid for. of the Large Cities, m N.. mi t,.i tiM4iub. -- :vu- "STORK, HTr.AUt.B, llll HUOMl AMI HU abkk Iraft llltkafasil IKIVIIMUN al lll(U Tlie, BuaJay, Taraday anj Itklay FOR KKW Tl Ilk'. aBVt ri atMlr 111. tft-nil himii a Haanl'lr, l mma .i ri I'l 1'iN l ItirtliTT.IkMMwr l tohi Wl ara WBHlMl rtp1r - t U'J t Pricca for Work aro aa Low iii- J-Ai- i'amimu.i'.h urn Tin: NiuritKAsr MM,lal Ulflinaualailhtb ltrlhamt Air Ua aJlu AIIiilUlUaa,k,Jjill rmlbfia A - J w aC NKWDKPAlaTIJKK Combine the cbolcest cathartic prini-ipl- r la mMllrine, In iroiwrtlont accurately to srenrn activity, ctrtalutr, ami unUormlty ol effect. They are the result ol yean ot careful ntuJy and practical anil ara the most effectual remedy yit tlcorerrd (or diseases, euuacd by as in Cincinnati or Lo,ii!V..ioitry A i..um i.viiKina. CATALOfiVIA rilTUL.lU, riuHiuAMUty, iiMtrt u.1, Norij. ClIljV'H, llABIH, TAtl I.NM.IJII'M, I4i lrM..tiin.ln al llanllnrlan wllh fiir.. rralaa far la raniuua hawuurr lUautta aaA tylnf,a llk Alktbaay MonnlalaaanJ Ika (Ilka is Ik ra.l. IkrvufHTklflaluf aal at all ptlae'lial Mala Laal. hailk. HMlk, Waal. Nrlkrl aaj Hawtk rl.rl, (llllaun ntlanllarlaaa.llt III llalaat A ll. MfaMrra. lluMffJIItlraial Uwltl an.1 mi t' I M r jTlisriII,Rll.rt (Inrlaaatl Jally al Cathartic Pills IN Till lll.MVAl II IIHWAIlli, IIAKI.I.Y, II P. A T.A, IHabauna, Vs. I' Arnil, U alaal, M 11a , O. SB Ill To Clean Ostiwii PLUstix-Whi- le OR&AN TRADE -n one can be cleaned by taking four ounces of white soap, cut it into small pieces, dissolve iu four pint ot water, rather hot, and make a lather; Into aud wash gently this dip the feather with the hand for about ten minutes; rinse in but water and shake until dry. Ostrich tip can l curled by holding them In the steam from water until they are d.inip, and then drawing each fibre separately over the bladoof A blunt knife. ERJ. i.i . deranKemmt ot the stomach, liver, and Lowela. which renulre tiromnt and erTeetual treatment. Avru'i I'au are tpeeially op- iomi oi uueowa. Ajity m.i Siicauie to mis idlzetllre and aulmllatlio on the processes, and rent or o regular lu'althy ac tion, ineir oiurune dh oy puyticutua in their practice, and by all eh illzwl nations, l. nnn i( the mai.v uroofs of their Talus ai a lata, sure, and perfectly rtllahU purrjatlro medicine. Ittlng LauiiMHinde.1 of thu virtue of purely egetahle substances, they are jxvilh ely free from calomel, or any lnjurln.it proiMtrtle. and can bo administered to chlhln n rrldi perfect softly. UESS.D. H.BALOWIN&OQ list tail lt4l rorruu tflw wmW UgLul itJiiillfiiH, riHtU nn tsltttl Par llii mi a twal Inalruairttt Wm.iIuj i.irrjiJt in:Atr. niitk iika), hiij.iii;ai-- HTT:MUTH,ltKftllTISBt)HI,iJAI', ITNlJllPllTlfIl'ATlJI,BO.N.-l- DEPOT: i. FOOT OF SHORT 'ST., no felt all tho evening as if there had liccn a fuueral in our little home. alxnrt The next day Lucile told it. It teemed that aonie wealthy gen-- 1 tleiaan wat furnithiug hit house tn the antique, style, aud had com mis ttonod III agent to find him a desk. The agent catuo and looked at It; waa delighted, u well be might be; paid n large tum, and carried it away. That evening Luoll t.t pUyltg 11 unexpected word In season, and were saved from hearing a lengthy cxhor- tatiou from a defaulter' lip. The Incident tuggcU that there area good number of people, who, before they make much progress) hi walking Iu the way of salvation themselves or guiding other therein, will have to "go aud pay John Williams" or John Somebody tUo the money they honestly owe him. "Couiin Uncle Sam. FCMALE EXTIUYAUANCE. .- French peasant baits before tho showcase of of a photographer and gaze of IUuch' faupon a mous groyp of (,The thrco Gracjs." "Oh, those women thoto women," tight the honest man; "they wero too poor to buy a ttitch of clothing, Cut they could Cod the money to get their picture taken Twai Sunday morn, nnd Itev. June Said wan breakf.uting with firay. Jones : "Another bit nf ttcak, a I have to preach today," "Uuess I'll have to brace up a little, too," taid Gray, his eye all a glisten; and he ttato oi the digestive apiaratus A a Dinner I'ill they lave no sqiul helped himself In a hunk of meat A Whlla gentle tu thir actleu, these Tills "forjou know I have In listen." Ateii's Pars am an ilTiilual curs for Coiutlpatlou or Cotl cne, lii.llxe. tlon. lljipeptlu, Im ol Appetite, l'oul Btomnch and Ureath, UUzluess, llailache, ton of Jlcinorv, Nuinbnem, lltlloiianeM, Jnui.dlrii, llbeui.iatlini, ICruptloun nnd Hklu Ulsoates, Dropty, Tumors, Wprint, Xeuralatu, Colie, Orlpes. Dlurrliieu. Iyteuter)'i Oout. l'lles, nitorders of tho Idler, ami all other duuNues rvsuliluic from a disordered WMHUMI INIT(TIIIfN, ., llirra an hiiuvlrnla ot IH.NKUAI.MrriltX, li jjlt tUrlr iblMrrn lUrj iffrl Iu UHliat -- rT' Mr al a ret.annai.ia .rHr, cbaT0arll4la.ltlra awtJinl Aaa UaMuiflf? . i 11 UiiOlUyCAn HOt UQ SOAtOn OikiMWtlfir.IL..Iu, Irriaa. W liit.(ilw .MSjts ilaara to lav, t.iJ urrhawVkf Ex- Px'Ioos IKia-- h awl In mualivlff at all! taiiiaiy vkl. ui Inl await wanlkly fiayMfHla nT II patb. abh hglfta Ilia m..bawr u year anJalt uniulba lM. Ibtralil.lliJST. HUM Inlaa U. S saf LEXINGTON. KY. MlNllAY. tr I iimitV i.xrrj'T IB Lo w and in eoation of Work. CINCINNATI TIME. DEOKMDEU 20, 1878. s.x-L- U r -- isiuljL. i. .!.. ti .lrbanjltl4artaatfflal T. eaafa sahwl lbr I.H laa fall II.U ... a liHjarlllfbaiaMUriUy . vlUot)aur iu tb.l- - i. r.UJi..M.-,ibf.b- SSrr.W--:' iall.li" ,)rfhof;heSUt.n,n,. u A are W taia ul a uau Yncu m flecu oi nay niuu rMntlnff Will UOnVlnCfl YOU 0(, , 01 r It, rrvirltur. t alaua;rr aro the uiuat thoruutfli and searching catharI can la) euipttosd, and usver give rVaiaal.U Makencoi.iKwili.uiof 4 Hm of refill, tic that pain unless tho hawtw are lulUmed, aud Home -- Grown Fruit Trees! oil mid one ouuco then their lullueoes Is hsullng. Thy atlmu. iu;mi;im one pint of liiiri-cappetite ami dkjsstlre oraausi Ihey the . I- - wt with a late of red lend. Apply li .) by asirlt. renewed IwalUi and ter to the lls Ak eurlriiiitial(ir ll. A ttalstUlnst VftutMf Boat Var.ot.ca, Truo to Name. brush to the place nbeie the L join Impart statasi. TU .aw. Jul ssa I, Vr (Vuclia, IVUa auU lluaraHtfaej ami all liaiig whole Tiaulla. Vtt$ aaJa If the main house, or for a or win 13 iUuf Aay .'.!. . I. - I alAnaul k.lra .Ilia uaii I StrtVsa nn t aMon,mriiaIailaarliiliBariLarJ. tnu-- ,1ml liMtLt. C. J. KOSCNHAftf & CO., m rii.mil rliiintiell. Prepared by Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., . . -. aav i.a trs7. wf II 1'rsctlcal siiJ Analytical Cheuilala, cjiiaulllug IW, It a A JrnWamt hlt IhiI.iIII. Kr., at U)h Mi 11(111 (li if n He, For making water cask light il has aJ.UsHVI.KM, Lowell, Mais. W JH )lvy Mf anultV lalL aiwl ay t.itta awUaala lru;aUU 4 Hit t f T WMltt "MaUtJCy. a' 'I ll V IOIIUVIT always proven cuveiuai. sou ar ail Muaaim t'tavwuias. aa llta aatt. orgau. kjawaatr ai IWsa a.atil. ilaaTI itilllf alnT Itil II Irnrtlttlt ftl la ail ai tiav wawrtiainn. aM wta a nnaur hm laiaiiuciaaa aa4 feMiH$MMswt iWm vu f llkfiu 4UiiuM KiMuaVaMiai (Viata it'll Ararra aitl uat tarai Mallv a aal aa IV. 1 II i iijit j ,tt 1V1I.TII. IllSl.ttllllll (fer lt luul.lljll Il.tilau's Lilau's Ukat's ssn. .! SIS h lkU"-- lt t IN m II s w.,.,iu. i,T,,, 3U ai,! It a iuLtIs n u TitAINS. I. Tl 75T; .'a. i. m,, '- aTfjsx - ilmlonail l ij riMriiaitrrla IW HI. IaOuIiiuJ U stnullnln (fcatraaunivrlNnall , ra.l Una. a. UANW.U.Ilaiu-rainiarUfaal- ht instant couuit dir 1. ahluin A !. tm IJJJ". V' " public to trnvel over tho road, and of tho exhortation, young men that id tho highway surveyor to uso pirt Procter : and older nun as well nro admonish"A few jreara ngo," ho titM, "the such materials for tho repair of tho ed to be content with n gradual addiI'ramM Mood n silent rniin.i, nml roml; tliteo materials may bo carted tion to their pniierly of any kind. no aclcntlil ilarol to touch It. It nway and uied elsewhere on the If nny olio has not the money to No other man ha? n right In Btnncli upon n natural liol of rock road. spare fur much, let Mm coiifino himaevcral feed his cattle there nr cut tho grass 130 lect lilgh, and ao self to tho little. After a while ho liave been tliacweml In II, or Ireea, much lens deposit Ida wood. raneaslly"venliirfl nn another part; hut it la nrolnble that there nro many old carts, wagons nr other thinga and after waiting nml earning on more. Tins mil iloor U 19 feet nlwvo there. Tho owner of n drove of cat still nnnthor and another, either paythe lia.no line, nltliough in the ninth tie that stops to feed In front of your ing as he goes or surely avoiding heavy century Al Minimum, nn Arab chief-taj- land, or a drovo ot idea which root indebtedness. Do not nttempt too much . Jug anollicV jmMitge-wnyThe up tho toil, ia responsible to you at nt once. Do what you can alHird thia orlglnnl paa..ge-w.j- r ii nn the north law, aa much ni if they did tho same lime, and put ofT the other things to Nnlmlya title, threo hundred Incliea eaat of the thing inside the fenre. another time. Don't try In build too centre, which It juit tlictilt of the children have a right In pick up the much and too fast. ailtol the earth. Prof, l'roctoranya apples under your trees, although the Don't buy at (nee all the furniture thai this Iian accident. It la too fine same are wholly outside of your fence. you would llko In tee in yojr house. a thiug to itrike in that way. making Nn private person has a right to cut Improve nml increase your implethe ml" of tlio pyramid jtiit the or lop of! the limits of your trees In ments and stock by degrees. A little axia of the earth. Tho north imle order In move his old ham or other that is paid for ia fir better than much star waa the guMo in tho couitruction building along the highway, and no you one for. Debt, bankruptcy and You aik why traveler can hitch Ida horso to your ol these paaaage. distress come, often from burdening Kieutlflc men do not go ami Invrati- - trcea by the sidewalk, without being the prccnt for tho sake of the future. facta, lhere are liable, If he gnaws the bark or otherirato tlicso curioua It is easier to pay little debts every If your well diflicultiet atandlng in the way jutt at wise Injures them. now nml then than to pay n large there are In seeking tho ark in the stands partly on your land and partly debt at oiio time. All who have tried outside the fence, no neighbor can uso mint or Tara. Prof. Bmytli the thtm know that largo debts aro cotlly Itcynl of Scotland, ipent il, except by your permission. Nay, and unpleasant thinga. many nioutha at tho Pyramid, and more, no man has a right to stand in J.Vt-- r Tmir Mini Tele crrrf jii. made iuvcatlgationa nhich coit him front of your door and insult you Lately some one attempted to say $80,000 out of hi own pocket. No with abusive languago without being douht the (Jovcrniueuta will tome day liable to you for trespassing on your that critics asserted that Kubinstein was take it up, and mako appropriatioua to land. lie hat a right to pass and re not a correct player. The printers aemlaclentbta there. Tlie inrcatigatioua pass In an orderly manner; a right to corrected the tlur by making it that comet-player,- " which of Prof. Smyth demanded tho atten- use tho road, but not to abuse it. Hut, "he was not a tion of the world, but Prof. Proctor notwithstanding the farmer owns the is probably true. Another, essaying rrjeett Ida diacovcriea, although Prof, soil of tho road, even ho cannot up it to describe a certain jicrsonage as the Hmylli ia a man of more braina and of for any purpura which interferes with "great I am" of local matters, found t) A. greater moral or rcligioita character. the use of it by the public for trnvel. that lie wo instead "the great "Thia building beara the ataiuii of He cannot put bis pig-pewagon, M." a dreadful charge, if somewhat Divinity um it. It could not bo cart, wood, or other things there, if vague. According to n veracious union it waa lorn down tho highway surveyor orders them Western paper, one editor was horn built and raued uinu tho aamo tpoU Ito-- away aa obstructing public travel. If (led by finding "The Death of an An 13 member it cover acre, rises he leaves such things outside tho gel Worm" heading an obituary, in. fS&i fret, aul contain 5,000,000 toca fence and within the liniin of the stead of the decorous "Death of an Tho rascally "Truth o( hewn atone. It atauda in the centre highway, as actually laid out, though Aged Woman." "Turtle-Seeker," of the land surface of tho earth, and some distance from the traveled path, Seeker" had its namo set up recently which was a severe la tho heal nro joint to determine lat and traveler runt into them In the joke for the turtles. Once a aia measure-ments- . night and it injured, the owner is not iludinal and longitudinal Proctor Prof. ya that It only liable to him for privato dama graph beginning "MUs Dickinson' atanda in tho centre, of the earth, in- ges, but also may lie indicted and fin (meaning the eloquent Anna) appear Australia, ed for obstructing a public highway. ed witli tho auspicious start of "The ami cluding America which wero million n then. TIiiiso And if he has n fence or wall along Dishursion," which naturally made renlarks somewhat who built it knew that It waa in the tho highway, he must place it all on the subsequent Hut tlio telegraph makes ceulro of tho earth' auriace, and they his land, aud not half on tlio road, as contused. put It where they did to bring it un- in the ease of division fences lie t ween as amusing blunders as (ho typo. A der tho direct influence of tho ular neighbors. Hut ua ho owns tho soil, scntciico of Lord Cararyon's essay on itar. Prof. I'roctor conjectured that if tho road is discontinued or located sermona ot a recent Anglican dio the Pyramid wtia built by tho aatnmo-mer- a elsewhere, tho land reverts to him, cesan Conference, was thus dispatchcountry curate ia of that day to view the atara as and he may enclose it to the center ed: "The worst-paiexpected to preach twice on Sunday they hail no lelecuHi. lie aaid that and uso it as a part of his farm. with the pursuosivenesa of a journeyhe would have done tho name thing llrlgUI llmuirm. man tailor, and Iho eloquence of a (film hadlliecn without A, Icleacope. A single bitter word may disquiet a barrow." For 'journeyman taller" l'ror. PrTictorrould 'never have dug whole family for n wholo day. One read "Jeremy Taylor," and Initial a hole if bo hadn't seen one dug. If turly glnco casta a gloom over the "barrow" with n capital letter, and thoao chambers wero made for household, while a smile, like a gleam all ia right. wliy cre they of sunshine, may light up the darkest nota'trici! iltvjier into the rock i'nuHirrfrlt i'gui and nearest hours. Like unexpected IraM it being built partly Uirough the "It is well known that in America flowers which spring up along our up:rtructure? Tho ltibyloniaus, path, full of freshness, fragrance and everything it counterfeited; the wool who were the great aatronomera, en hams and nutmegs sent from the beauty, do kind words ami gentlo acta New England States arc well rememdug a hole in tho earth for and tweet dispositions mako glad the bered. Eggs aro now also countertheir iUcrvstions.. If such a thing home where jieaco and blessings would have occurred to Prof. Procfeited, and this manufactory is carried dwell. No matter how humble the out on a largo scale. On ono side of tor, why tliould it not liave occurred abode. If It be garnished witli grace n large room the reporter saw several to tome millions of men before him ? and sweetened with kindness and If the pyramid was for astronomical smile, tho heart will turn lovingly large copper vessels filled with n urWa,fhy ftaa as touch lwlf above toward it from all tho tumult of the thick glutinous yellow mass, which n man was constantly stirring. This he grand gallery aa below it 1 Why world; will lie the dearest spot be was the yellow ol the egg the yolk. was the whole out of which the oler-Tation- s neath the circuit of the tun. On the o)sito aido wero similar veswere made closed tip? No. And the influences of home perpet sels, in which tho white was fabricaHi bio saja it waa a sign, and a the themselves. The gentlo grace of uate ted. The egg shells were made of a 'witness, and a pillar, and Isaiah the mother lives in the daughter loug white substance resembling platter of wrote of it in his day that Uod had after her head is pillowed in the dust of set algua and wonders In the laud of death, and tho fatherly kindness finds Paris, by mesus of a blowpipe, jutt Egypt, , stamliug to his lime. It its echo in the nobility and courtesy na soap nubbles aro blown, Aiier stands there with Divinity stamped of sous who come to wear lilt mantle being dried in an oven, the egg shells were filled : first with artificial albuupon It, the marvel of ages past, the and fill his place, while on the other men, then with some of the artificial the wonder of tho present." hand, from an unhappy misgovern In conclusion, Dr. Wild said that ed aud disordered home, go forth jier- - yolk, and lastly with a littlcof the arit is well known that Prof. Proctor is sons who thall make other homes mis tificial albumen. The small opening an Infidel, and that his inclinations erable, and perpetuate the sourness at the end of tho egg was closed with cement; and tho greatest white nro ngaiuat any belief of the Inspiraand sadness, lha contentions and achievement of modern civilization, tion of the construction of tho Pyrastrifes mid railings which have made the artificial egg, was ivady. In ep- mid's. their unu early lives so wretched mid pearancc it resembled a natural egg ; distorted; I utluirlv Mtoylt. but whether cooked or raw, it was in- .The other morulng I taw a man go At a certain church not a thousuiid digcttiblo uml injurious to health." out'of a car and shut the door alter blni. I havo traveled very constant- miles from Oil City, recently, a man A iJroruln IViimrr's .Mir--- . became Wo know a man, now n large farm ly for nearly three, years, and this was with an enthusiastic nature tho error of his ways aud the first man I ever saw shut the door couviuccd of er, living near Aincricus, wnoso rec Ho joined ord reads like romance. Ho begun lifo went out. He only determined to reform. after him in he shut it U'camo I was right Iichind the church, but found il extremely tinea the war, a poor young man, as bad habits, him, trying to get nut with n valise ililficult to givo up all hit n farm hand, working for wages. He When I aat down my Among other things ho htd been an has inherited nothing, and has been In each hand. nml his (onguo Valiso to open the door I inado a few inveterate swearer, engaged In no business oicept farming. fro- remarks on tho general subject of peo- would pertlst in slipping juito Ho thit year will mako ninety hales One Sunday ho went to ple who would get up in the night to fluently. not brought a tingle of cotton,-ha- t began nod- do the wrong thing at the wrong time; church, ami, licing sleepy, bale to market, does not proposo to but tho man was out on tho platform ling. Tinally, lie got his cauo in sell a bale before spring, mid he is head on and failed to catch tho drift of my re- front ot him, and, resting hit able to hold it. He owns one of tlio tho handle, went to tho laud of Nod. best plantations in Southwest Cleor-gi- a, mark. I was not sorry fur this, tho other jaueugcra seemed to He was sleeping sweetly aud berenely, and it it Ids boast that ho buys kicked tlio cane enjoy It ipiile as well by themselves, when some sinful cuss nothing upon which to feed man or Christaud tho mail who culled forth this im- out, and llio beast, except sugar nml coll'ee, but, back of promptu ivMrewwus a furbiddiug-Iookin- ian's head came duwn on the on tho contrary, has something to him like u pile man, as big as a hay wagon the seat In front of sell of almost any product of Southwith and looked as if ho would have bung driver, causing him to ejaculate, ern soil. Last year ho inado 1,000 I has If unnecessary emphasis s "Oreat uod and this gallons of ed mo through tho sidoNof n lux-ca- r to mlviMooil Iilil no I'olf fll-- i ,lf,r. lllulil tf Ihr llnml. A venerable nml Jisiingtiished Dish-oaulhotity, in an opinion in Id rlghta of tho mail, rays if n farm mioo mlvl.eil n liody of minister n jttcfd ia hounded by or iion the road, follows: Oivo no pian more than you nro it usually extends In tho middle of tho Friday Morning, Deccmlier 2(1, 1879. roadway. Tho farmer own tho Hill nhlo to pay; and permit no man to 'of half the road, and may iio tho owe you morn lhan ynu nro nble to graw, tree, grovel, sliinw, sand, nr loo. Till" MHhtrni if Ihr I'yramlilm, A rational application of this nil III n Iccluro on Ilia lCgyptinn l'vr anything nf value to him, either on vice would divest the credit system o nmlili, In New Vork Inst work, I'rnf. tho land or beneath its surface, submany, If not nil, of Its nhjcctionahlo ,Ina. W'llila mmlo tlio following reply ject only to tho superior rights ol tho features. Conslslenl with tho first &hi inferior journal. A legal s,rAirx',OK, icy. llio tliciirifn Aij I'rnf. fr fn,nr IhlmiK In IHmhfllnr When a man advertises fur a partner, and wants a yo ng man to put in n small investment of ono hiiml rnl or live hundreil dollars and promise to htm n realisation of fifty nr one hutidrsd per cent, don't bclievo II. When n maunders logivo gold walch-,b- i or jewelry worth filly to one hund reil dollars for ono dollar, don't it. When n man nflcra to givo nwny knowledge of the utmost value for Iho euro of consumption, and nny and all discaso, by merely tending n threo cent stamp to prepay postage, don't liclicvo it. When a man proposes to do Ida utmost to mako every ono else rich, nml looka to other jieo-ple- 'a Interest more lhan hia own, don't lielicvc it. When n man offers to give up something of great value for something of less valuo in other words, to give you something for nothing, don t liclicvo it. Many per sons advertiso on puriose to filch young men of money gained by hard lalmr, and before entering Into any (jieculation which may beoflered you. lake nilvautago of tho many means at your command and ascertain the facta with reference to the proposed bus! ness before you invest, and thus tavo your money and assist In effectually breaking up all swidling establish ment). Trltlmi Itlm liriiiulmn Unnit Inir. We get the following rrn.rt from Mr. H. P. Collln, whnlenrned it from the gentleman on whom tho rohliery was cntnmilled: "Mr. Uodhy, who lives on tho Middlcburgnnd Dunvillo pike, In Orwcy county, shipped n lot of sheep to Cincinnati n short limo ago, nml sold them fur (100. Just before ho started home n man stepieil up to Mr. (loilhy and called him by name, saying that ho mailo his acquaintance in Lexington last Spring, and that ho was going out to Lexington on Iho train and would like to enjoy his (Oodby's) coniany, to which Mr. Oodby at'cnlcil, but remnrked ami that ho must go to a book-stor- e buy some books lieforo starting, nnd tho man raid he would walk up with him. On their return tho man re marked that ho must step in and bid nnd invited his grandma good-byo- , Mr. Uodhy to step In, which ho did, and, as soon ns ho was indoors, three men arose, closed the door liehind him, presented their pMols nnd deSuffice il manded his pocket-boolo say that Mr. Qodby obeyed, and that he will not bo detained hereafter for a stranger to bid his grandma good-bye- . Columbia Spectator. the late nrder of the Pmtmaster-Oenera- l mine out, n certain citiwn of Detroit hat lxn pondering on how to get evrn with tho old chap, Yestenlsy ho struck tho idea. Ho entered Iho Posloffico with n letter, nr rather an envelope, containing only blank paper. Ho wrolo the address nn the upper d corner, upct tho envelope and wroto tlio town, put tho county on tho lower corner, nnd tho State where tho stamp goes. Then he Muck tho stamp In tho ccntro of the envelope, nml Mow it requested to havo tho letter return- ol to him after len days. "It will come back," he cxplaincl, "for there Is no party there by this name. I'll havo to pay three cents fur sending it 1.C00 miles, but Uncle Sam has got to blink his eyes all over thit cnvolojie, ami then return it free. When this old government gets ahead of mo I vnnt lo know it." Free Press. A HttlhrHU tfj Ilflllnn Vrrii Tver slnro 111 Hi Ihr v. t. a. nit not miiKTiint. on nwmw irtflvl. rrsionirsi.v. K.K. narrow, i. 5 olil,l JJ AITiar -- nm mm MrTlMm1rm GIIIII1TI on al Ir?f Melius HUM?' WKlfi.-aAN MM , Vimnr Mrnlrw fM iwtm Hmmmtt. wmiHfiwa nrry WW!; a. h 1880. Wantilp hf hr rvmrnmttM) !! SUM t Kfcl. J IUIIam Thlnl m4' ffift. fmvAlf Stfrool itoprimv, miflMijrM j. s , r- i KTimpisT.Mii'Tir.-Ri- T. IH torMrrflmMTSmnriar fjiibla. KtfctTtifHlflTmrnlftf Mhtitlflil. Ifelfclif frlKiol Taw N J H. Www. altflOA Horrrliilenilrtll. Flrt no j Harper's ri.,n..l Mngnziiie. ILIiUSTilATED. SI ndrhio I ho major! 4Mltl aw. ruttr. Vn. !i ,, ,WT-.',- I1 n le Sop al BM JaIi W. IimI. whh 1'rarff VIik. !?.""h.' takni allonrthor. wUI I . ollho , Nn "'H l"n nay mgnia. -l V"f II I fonkl hato I'M mo w f" A pitVnV Minor, pnWnyTBIUAN. NORTH -- Rmr. J. . Mat -la-onM a, lorl a nmpMo art nSariro IImiii.i, Jr. j. a, morning an--l Iritfil., . , u imi rtmrtn rttn-tl- .arlmrraiH-laA.lAma, ii.nnnnii, .niwiTiniiini oy I no moo, am in, t iiilliiniihlullilirfl)inipim AnnM. wiu .,,n n,i,.,pnirmTin ,,, piiitiianrra nai mono in, IhonwinlrrooitnaBtiilililliorfrolrtaoMlioni Ue, wnfrh Iher wfll aparo no t florl lo itratirjr I ln ShikUt haprrlnlrntlrnt. tjnwllVTP,nUN, S0lTH.-- ArfMMtl I'nfofi Mlit imw,inni ST. ASAPH HOTEL, 8TANFORD KY. Ttiornlnmr or Iho MagaMno wild iho nnmtraorjonoan.1 llrrotrihrf tvfforh Tear Whon DO limo la .mwlflMl. II will uo.Im.I..I I hat ah. .ularrlhef wf.hoe to brgln wllhlho enroot num IIAIIPEIt'S Tiios.niciiAitns.iMop'r. OFSNED TO THE 7USL1C Harprr'a Magatlno, narpor'a Heipor'o Patar, Aof two llarrrr'a Young rWapo fref lo all or (inada. A complete nv " 1'F.niOlllC.tI.S. ., .. tl 4 do 4 Oil 10 I Year 00 FEB. 22dt 1878 " loenim fI PARE, $2.00 PERDA rplr, I Year, I Year, ri . . .. ' i0 eiiherrll--- was asked what he had to say. The following dialoguo ensued : Steele "I am a gentlemen, my ancestors wero gentlemen, and I did nothing but what any other gentleman would have done You havo under the circumstances. shown mo no justice." The Judge "Shut up." Steelo "You asked mo il I had anything to say, sir, and I have a right to talk and I am going to do it." Tho Judge "I didn't give you permission to talk In that manner. In all my experience as a Judge nothing has ever given mo so much pleasure as sentencing you to tho pen itentiary for seven years." Steelo "Yes, and I hope and pray the cureo of Heaven may descend upon you, and that you may bo sunk into the hottest pits of hell, and I only hope that I may have tho pleasure of meeting you nttomo future time. Nose. A young man from Ilutland attended a seance at Spirit Valley recently. .1 (on l Of llio Tnlkril. He sat in a circle around a table joinJames M. Steele, convicted ol shoot ed bv holding hands in the usual form. Gains Tho lights were turned down. Presing at n man, was beforo Judge fur sentence, at Dallas, Texas, and ently ho felt something like n human A SriiuT With hand playfully fondling his cars and note. Ho attempted to withdraw hit own handt from thoso of hit companions for the purpose of investigating, but failed in his attempt. Finally the "spirit hand" began carresstng his knee, and ho elevated his toot with so much suddenness as to bring further manifestations to a close. When the lights wero turned on it vras discovered that the medium was bleeding at the noso, which organ bad come in contact with the young man's boot. a Uloody Rutland (Vt.) Herald. A Northern Libel on a ChrisHenry Walter-son- , is said to of the bo superstitious, as well as talkative aud profane. Ono night this bad man tian Journalist. Courier-Journa- l, A Cuiuoi'H HisTomcAi. Fact. During the reign of Charles I, a coun try girl camo to London in search of a place as a servant maid, but not succeeding tho hired herself to carry out beer from a ware house, and was The ono of those called brewer, observing n good looking girl in this low occupation, took her into his family as n servant, aud alter a short limo married her. Ho died while she was yet a young woman, leaving her tho bulk of his fortune. Tho busiucss of brewing waa dropped. Mr. Hyde was recommended to the youug woman as n most tkilttui lawyer, to arrange her husband's affairs. Hyde, who wot afterward Earl of Clarendon, finding the widows for tune wot considerable, married her, lly this marriage there was no other issue than a daughter, who afterward became the wife of James II, and mother of Mary and Anne, Queens of was playing poker with his friends in Louisville, and a tcrrihlo thunder storm camo up. Thcro was il vivid Hash of lightning, follow eil by n tern-bi- o peal nf thunder, when Wntlerson jumped up and threw down his hand. "What's the matter t" inquired ono of his companions, "I can't stand this," said Watlerson, "I'vo got lo go." "What lor?"nsked hia friend. "Why, if tho lightning strikes this building and kills us all," tall Watlerson, 'wouldn't I look pretty appearing be fore the angel Gabriel with a bob-tai- l Chicago Inter-Oceaed fluth ?" m m The Kail nay fur the ascent of VeY. suvius is now finished. It is 900 motors 1n length, and will enable tourists to ascend by it to the edge, of the CENTRALLY LOCATED. crater. The line has liecn constructed with great raro upon a solid pavement, nnd it is believed lo be perfectly se- Mlcil.il A.oonmiiHMln lions AF roi'Uecl Commercial cure from all incursions of lava. The I'rnvolorH, mode of traction, tays the Engineer, of Chars Is by two steel ropes put in movement Bags ft g TrftnaferTttd Fr by a steam engine nt the toot of the cono. The wheels of tho carriages are so raado as to be free from nny danger of leaving the rails, besides which each carriage is furnished with STANFORD. KY. an exceedingly powerful automatic brake, which, should the rope, by any E. H. BURNSIDE, Fropr. chance break, will stop the train al Ono of the most instantaneously. chief difficulties of the undertaking This Old and Woll - Known was the water supply, hut that has Uotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, been obviated by tho formation of two very largo reservoirs, ono nt llio station, the other near the observatory. Ita Proprietor it Determined that mm it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in itt Fare, Couldn't Help It. "I tell you Appointment!, or Attenhow It is with mc, Mrs. Heazley,"taid tion to Comfort of tho dressy neighbor, "when I go to their Qnestt. church and get all stirred up and agitated over what a despcrato set wo are, ItArgrsra will bo foo.ejail toan4rrom thtoVpot rrrr orfliArir.. npfrlal arroMmoSatlooa to to t OMWtrrlal Trav.U ra. Too liar Hill bo I feel vexed and put out, to think alnain aappllad with too rbolroal braodaorlJoaora ood lUara. Xu what n shamo It was that Eve didn't osrollrat Llfrry la attached. mind her own business nnd not bring ouch heaps of trouble upon us; but, aitrKM.moi'8. when I put on a new dress that fits me so nicely I can't find a particle of fault with it, and n hat that makes every woman I meet feel as though she hadn't a friend in the win Id, then I will own up that I do feel down right glad that Eve was foul of fruil, In iho Unlleil ial,i 69 erfo, freight tomrno, ol S2.23 puelnakl. tj art of llarrrr'a Magaaloo, romtvrl.lr,,. neat cloth binding, will Lo anil t atei-naonurrtiaerr, on rorpli ' Kinglo volume br iir mail H. Cloth raaeo, for binding. S ewuta, malltatpald. Remittance, aboukt homa'lobr rml-OflMn Order or tlralt, to OToU chance of loae. Nowepapfra aro not to copr thia ntlrrrll-entpi- ii without Ibo cxpreaa order of llarprr A Ilrolhei. Vlflne, In rt AiMrroi 7 HAnrrn a briitiif.ri, New om 1880. Ilni'ii-or'- MYERS HOTEL, Wcokly, ILLUSTRATED. Thll nrrto. Inl haa ilaitLlit I It. ..ml tvi.aU It dittiiMioni of the qtientlont of tlio dar. M well by Hi HIurirUonwhUh raprrfhiml th. irtlt--itrt(a tnoit powerful an.l lym tV ial Infli.tii.f4 upon tht Mifttla mind. The wffahlof ItllnflotMirt) willaltriTt lot on IboihUornwraHlT'stnMthtfiimcnt inl rrHo to rot. I Ii Tt rolumptof th Wfklr Irwin wllh thr flr-- t oaaitoer for January of each When no lm la mmt.on.fxi. It will to undent orl that I he akl acrther wiahei torotatuene with the nuinlnr next afte r t he rere.i t of the order. jut. im.rKK's rKiuoimnLs, Harper's alagazlnf, Ono Ycar,-.- .. Hirper'a Wteklr, ' Harper' fatar, ....... The (tree alior named pub11eatluta, adj two abort named, 1 Yeaj,wm.. Uarpcr'a Young IYo.M Year,,.... or Canada. fl 4 1 00 tw OO Year to 7 1 W w roatasefreetoatliuteriberia th Unite. Htitc and can't help it." of the Union (Tenn) Her business with Ids obituary following pleasing manwas placed in tho grave yard nt Shady Grovo Sunday evening on the 18th, four and a half miles from tho city; and wo nre under obligations to Mr. Mays tor a carriago to and from tho burial. Mr. Mays is keeping a boarding house in "the city and deserves great patronage. Tho editor ald combines work in tho ner: "Sho N. SID PLATT, So. Ol till Nlrrcl, ""' Th Annual Volume ol llarper'a Week In neat cloth binding, will aeut by mall, puatage paid, or hy lirea, free of expense, (prorlded the freight iloea not eireed one dollar er Tolunie,) for 17 rah. A tweoty-tlir- e act. roniprUlu volume, pent on receipt orrab at the rate of fi t per Tola me. freight at eipenae of purchaser. Cloth Caiee fur each vol a me, u table lor wilt he atnt by ruatl, postpaid, on receipt f f 1 each. Itemlttancea ahould be made by roilOlSre Money Order or Unix, to a told chance of Insa. oNewipapcrs are not 1e copy thia adtertlaentent without the expresa order of Harper A Itrothera. Addrna HARrER A BROTHERS. 407 I, Louisvillo, - - Kontucky, New lork INVENTOR AND MANUFACTURER OFTIir 1880. England. Mixed Items. A ludicrous transof a position occurred in tho make-u-p couple of telegraphic items m the New Haven Journal an J Qiuner Mon day, which produced the following ef fect: Tho firtt item read, "A large cast-iro- n wheel, revolving three hund red times a minute, exploded in that citj yesterday a'fter a long and paiuful illness. Deceased was a prominent thirty-secon- d degree Masou." Thit was followed by the second item, which rend, "John 1' ad Jen, the well- known florist and real estate broker of Newport IL I., died iu Wardner & Hussells sugar null nt Crystal Lake, III., on Saturday, doing $3,000 dam age to the building, and injuring several workmen and Lorento Wilcox tilally. A certain young man brought his affianced down from tho country to tee the sights. Ono day. while thcy were passing by a confectioners the twain noticed iu tho window a pla "Ico card lieaiiug Iho announcement cream ono dollar ier gal." "Well," said tho youug man as ho walked Into tho saloon, "tliuW n pretty steep price to charge fur one gal, but Liccie, I'll tee you through, no matter what it costs. Here, a a dollar, waiter; icecream for this gal," The story is told of n clergyman that alter preaching nn interesting ho had heard what I tald. I sunpoao while A bright little do the the people whu invariably her mother was trying to get her to wrong thing at tho wrong time nro sleep, became interested in souio out but they aro awfully side uoiso. She was told that it was llawkeyo. caused by a cricket, when she sagely OM 0 respondent calls atten- observed, "Mama, I think ho ought In A Paris coi tion to tho fact which American ladiea bo oiled. that to seem slow at coiupieheiiding Wo tuspect that there are meu In ,. . ,, ,a jl l;t til mo minion now moans to e ins V.i. '.i.lr twlm umtllil ttlllllinlv frtvn tinctively lino's telf in dress, mid not, ativn nnn .. . . I.. il, K.. Vrlr .. i. . a lirrotufiiiH. u i mv nf noma one else. It..... i. ..i The change makes it possible for ladict Lnl ll(Wllr,U curing one in thoheav- at i.n' ,. klllmIlllll rilr,,kW,. Untun-Ar- 'In dress bcoomiugly, which ' fkMdhl under llio old plan. imm, i' , ,. i.i sermon on "Uecoguilioii ol iTlenils in Heaven," ho was accosted by a hearer, who said : "I liked that ternion, and now I wish you would preach another on tho recognition of friends iu this world. I have been utlcnding your church for three years, and not five tear tyrup, iu the congregation havo so told over 200 pound of butler. Iu iiersons much ns bowed to me iu nil that The two important events iu tho how can it bo tho face of such facts, lifo of man aro when he examines his time." said that farming can't bo made to upper lip and sees the hair coming, uy. C Atncrlciis (uu.) Itecorder. Lady "Why did you have your and when he examines the top of his .m last place?" Servant "Well, yer head A good reply was given to n bragand toei the hair going. see, mum, I had to pay for all my ging Mehonite the other eny by n farbreakages, and as they coma to mire In boiling eggs hard put them in mer. Tho Mahoue subject went up than my wages, you tee mum, it was boiling water teu minutes and then U) Iho old farmer and taidi "We arc a kiud of imposition that I couldn't put them iu cold water. It will pregoing to clean you out, oven dnwu to stand. vent the yolks from coloring black. "Yes, by Oeorgo,' the plttonus." j A statistician ooinputeu'that 2,500,-00- 0 replied the old farmer, "and lliats t It would bo money In the watches aud 1,000,000 clods aro ul "utl '' ou f" '" of soma man. to. invent a trap to vainsum. Ln.c, auuually turned out in different parts catch a train wheu one's watch is too of tho world. luond (Va.) Disialch. slow. The bracelet slipper has been in troduced in Paris. Tho shoes are cut very low in front and high u p on tho instep, it is fastened with a finely chiseled real gold bracelet instead of the usual strap. Another expensive novelty in the tame line is the Kentucky has had her own uiis and boot, made of black satin, downs, but, on the whole, has made laces ru tiles down the front scam, with Begin substantial relative progress. and fastened with real jewel buttons. ning at fourteenth, iu 1890, nltliough Three cures for tho soro throat arc then but a Territory, she rose iu 1800 by tho New York to ninth in the sisterhood of state; in recommended Timet, as follows: 1. Gargle the 1810 to seventh, and in 1820 to tixth, throat with solution of salt water. 2. which rank she held in 1830 and Gargle tho throat witli chlorate of 1840. Hut tho fell oQ in 1850 to potash and water. 3. Keep n small eighth; iu I860 to teuth, nnd in 1870 lump of gum camphor in the mouth rose to eighth. and swallow the saliva; elo tho tame A young man eloped with an Illi with chlorate of potash. nois girl, aud abandoned her at Hays Happiness is n frail plant, which City, Kan., giving her n draft for seldom lives long on earth. It 8100, and advised her to return home, She met springs up when it will; often in us h.6 was going to Texas. quiet, shady nooks and corners, but with some delay in getting money lor seldom in cultivated gardens. It oft- the draft, but as soon aa possible en blooms where one would least ex the bought n horse, a revolver, and pect it, and then suddenly aud unex- somt. provisions, and started after the ... . r. . Iiigiiive. t pectedly dies. iuicrestiug news is eijivcicu from her. To ascertain the year in which any Tlio Itntyiliil does Iter tinging with Congress closed, double tho number of tho Congress ami add 1,789 to the her legs. Now it tlio young man who Uostou Advertiser. Tons- - sits behind you nt the concert anil product. certain tho virtues of iho present hums tlio llio tenor softly, Here com Congress, divido 1879 by itself nnd pelled tii do nil his singing liy rubbing tho soles ot his feet together, how hap- -' substractoue.. . m py )ou would bo. And lie I O, he If children wero taught to say would ting about tu well us ho does "mother" instead of "ma," tho blood now, and the inuiical world uouhl'nt curdling cry of a ycung goat In tlio miss him nt all. 'Ia"''eJc- adjoining field would never causo nu We should bo truly thankful that anxious mother to rush out and see what was the matter with' her darling, the day of tlio lightning roil man has gone by; that tho book agent is frozen Hackcnsack Republican. tm m in In for tho Winter; that the fruit trco never It is said that Indian babies peddler is planted till Bpring, and cry. This is because they are never that peanuts are plenty aud cheap. taken to public entertainments. We ''Healthy place hero 7" asked h vis believe that au India rublicr baby would yell frightfully if it were taken itor, who was prosiiecliiig in the They all neighborhood of Denver, Uol. "Yes, to ii placo of uiuutement. stranger," as Iho reply. "Ten yoars iloit. had to kill two men t') set the uuknowu man was killed by tho ago no An Cemetery cars at Stratford tho otheiday. The Tbrr wrt, 'Iwaa oil llio alrrot contents of his jnickets sixty cents "Ou, aiuU a buouct I" thought Ibo ouo and n pair of scissors would indicate tt hot fret"' TboolUrr thought Yet M thor ilk- that he was connected" witli journal'fogrlh,er valk itui.-DaubNews. A u.l khoej oub olbor'a cbwka-S- Ld ebalk' Harper's Bazar, ILLUSTRATED. ThU popular periodical la houaehold. furnUhea a "AI'OI.I.O YOKE" MIIHT. Fine Lines of Men's Underwear. ml Ibr the jour Stanford Female College. 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Newipapen are not to cony thia advertisement without the fipresa order ol llarpar A Brothers, Addrcaa HA II I' Lit A BROTHERS. 407 Sew tort; Itemlttancea ahould be made by o Mn CARSON & BODDS, MTR8 AND DEALERS IN treotlMoo tbla JUoaac, Ireo to all whoarnd Ihelr l"oal Ofllro and KaprrH ad. UU. 11. II. ItOUT, drou. (OJJm No. IU Trail Street, Kow York J; HII X MANtNTLV. lacodaUUloori.ir o Taluaki. XJL rO oololratod romojf-wll- Saddlery, Harness, ScC, Main HiNIWOMK I4KrrAT, a BOUND fOIU ooroillliiordiuanAdrar I'looo, and an OKillent-loue- d A llamllii Oryau. bo lUrgalna cured, lollonoraddrraa W. W.I.TI.. A FOR lai 00 &jSL3Lm'ES. I. tUanfcnl, K STAXI'OItlJ Marble Works. Street, - Stanford, Ky. . Wo will koop for salo a full, lino of tho abovo goods, all aud of tlio best nintoriai. lmud-iuado G.G. WINE &. CO., Proprietors, I- N- lie looked as Uo UU wro wall oJJu.lod, Ho JeilUod to tdrertUo, foil And la roar bobuatol. trlil t uau owl, dUl bo, DEALEK8 ai, REPAIRING. iK Foroign & Doincstio Marbles ETC. No woman should ever give a plump Wo will ito nil kliubt of repair. AMUUtKS.Ot "Nol" to nu oiler of marriage. Hold III Olir IlltO Hllk HCHtlllHN on lo even a poor one and uio it for MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES, itHtl tllNimleb. Ah oxttcrlciifo ol bait, M O .....,. It must have been iu the green cherry reason that Tennyson wrote: our waist places comes a cry. "1-ro- !"""' "'f" - Marblo Work of all kind noatly ozooutod. Vine work, low prl- ooa and fair dealing. Orderi prouiUo our mloniers from ryliitanoo prompt. ly attonded to. Batla- When people ipilt fooling with buu work. IVohnio uotoHly "couin laotlonguarantood. taws the glove trade will probably to htHy," bHl uro brro aud cau'l pick iii conolilerably. Ltscuter St, 0pp. Jail, BUnfurJ, Ky, lift nwity. CJliO hmh mure lhan u itir(t'r ofucoiitti. tf lU OHr bHNlHOMM 1'hhIiIcm hh lo Ike bent Hcru.wot. .1 Tlilrf Tilrk. long irp nrrto .re slnrlr .it-o.ore. tnlmnli. One damp nftrrn.n the turtle came ' It Is not every ono who asks himelfi "Armetit. Ward," when in a IV following; i what some of tho , wnddllnjt out Into Ihe big room to, 33IT.-0-OI3because, strangely iriout mood. wj In th lutltilnf seising old author have to say nlxiut lave : qurst!on, SITUATION WANTED. Iwrrnw a Utile sand to lay his eggs enough, It Is Ihe belief of many per the band of some pming stranger I,nvo seldom haunts Iho brtait or sTAxronn, XTT. pnirlllAII A T(T MMftfftrrY4HHllNirr M in. "My friend," Iho clephat raid, ions lint their lives will xs excep giving itn good shnko nttd cxoMmtng, where learning lit. Pupo. "jJjHj ItsttM IMnristH Mm4I will, IM n rr hf MM M ft FtrMi fliij wvvr wuinnff tmxtiUtm, MrHM.tH A Ot, r"""" T IU WAMUN.JIU Friday Morning, December 20, 1879. However, lifo as "How nro you, Jonw, old ftllow? tionally lengthy. 'Yours Is n very Imrd wc." Hate makes us vehement partlsins, Inttrlftf Journal Orflc. MM ii rtnurtw. --r hi. rtw.it fit ''""T"; YnK AH nark mi-- It F?t IK. Ulttat ! "Ye," the turtle replied, "hut surnttee rom panics are nwaro of tho When tlid you come town ? In vain but ldtw mare n. One4h. otVUftMi vat-- . ,JJ nisw, famn. iMiltM, trill tcMtrOillf tMKIel "livr1 I MVtrfe whilo there's life there's smip." whose Iho stranger owcrtcd that he was net credulous weaknesses of In lore we are fbol nljko. Gay. Ihr tsalnlntiirr, '"" fcr fwinMlf OwilrlUtct J The efepliant was greatly istonlh-ed- , lives they assure, and havo therefore Jones nnd had not jtit come to town. lime, layeth burdens; Iive, nr A wont in season. Do wo want a for be didn't know tho turtle was compiled numerous tables of expec- Arlcmus would Insist that lie was and another time gltaili lifs, Sir P. goal administration or llio Iatt ? Do given to that sort ot thing nt all, and tancy of life for their owu guidance, had, and was trying to shake nil nn Sidney. iMr.Wnrrcii & Mrs. Unlets sun Kmon to wo want economy in the conduct of nil the other animals grinned, becauso which are carefully referred to liefore old friend. It seems from a letter in Love is the virtue of women. Mil, fftrtrt, tho State lurcrnnicnt? JODPril MITCHELL, Let us mko following is and nnd ll'ofcr that a similar trick you nr, it wasn't often tho elephant a policy is granted. The KKNTIHKV. ffTANroM, suggestion villi reference to Iwtli HanvrjttTunt.il nr met any liody In Ihe menagerie who ono of these well authenticated tables, is played by London thieve. In love, tho deceit generally out questions. Tho suggestion lieurs sieC' Itrillrm II.P ttlrnntlntt mitl tieflem ! in use among London assurance com ihr Altruntnr could talk to him. Poor Mrs. Mahcrly was mado a vic- strips the distrust. Rochefoucauld. NTJHA2K mi:iu HAvrHt tally on our present court system. It III Iho beginning of bis rdllorlal hero lovo dwells is paradise. 'Well.' mM he, after a pause, "It's panies, showing the length of lifo In tim of last week by ono ol tho clever I.aril, Coal Oil amUValer was rucerUinrtl a few years since that welcoming Uronl, Mr. Wnttorson n good thing your Iwck is so broad." various stares. In tho first column thieve who prowl nlmut our squares Rtchter. tin IVwIm No. 7. 1. O. O. V.. I jnnttfr. Kr. Circuit Judgcj were iucapahlo, on ac- claimed that Louisvillo as tho com I 3NT I 33L I "beIrnw. fr lb jtr wo have Iho present age of per- and tho Baywatcr end of town. Sho Yes, It is," replied Lovo Is precisely to tho moral na iffrnUrwl, imftml nniMtffiftl muiwh wm I MO, MMiWti count of tack of time, of transacting mercial metropolis of tho Booth would 4JT l.1n St . W ItlhAtWh, rVr (fruit f4 ftarfhrr tnftrmi In thb lontT causo there's nn telling what make sons of average health. In the see had been to "The Grove," and wns ture what Iho sun Is lo tbonarth. 00-(ton. MJrTM tht nt.LHNTAUl oven one-hal- l of the business of which represent the South nnd speak for the comb of It." . - KKNTUOKY. LOUIBVILI-K-. ond column we are enabled to peep, as turning Into Lcinslcr square, when a Balzac their courts had jurisdiction. This re people of ftio South, M-iWo deny all IUlrlii rrttrnfOr JMtrM I The animals cheered softly nnd tho It were, liehlnd tho scene of nn assuyoung woman grasped 7V7". Wonls of lovo aro works of love. sulted chiefly from the increase of threo propositions first that Louis- elephant looked nraazed. with rance office, and gather from their ta- her by the band exclaiming: Alger. Commonwealth Lincoln Common Pleas Court. which villo is the metropolis of the South ; prosecutions, he ble the number of years thoy will "Well, sdd "O Mrs. Grant, I am sure my When no lovo wo live, Congrcve. J. & L. SEAS0NG00D & CO., have precedence of civil cases. The second, that she represents tho South, said presently, "you pay as you go, give us to live. The tnblo has lieen aunt will bo glad In sco you" Geld docs not satisfy love; it must Manufacturers of Clothing, .V. T. jfoynoMi oaJ jni'al UtyniJJs Ail rtV, prosecutions operated as a dam, (dock- and third, that she speaks the sentiIho result of careful calculation and tlon't yen V Mrs. Maberly, who did not know tho 1m paid In Its coin. Madame Delaiy. Ilirt,-htfiili, JWnltfft, IMrORTERS&JOBBCRSofWOOtXNB ing up more important Interests, and ments of the people of the South, or seldom proves misleading. Of course, speaker, tried to exlricato her band, Oil yes, Ihe turtle said, "I have is nn alTnIr of credulity. thereby iticreniiug private indebted acted them out In her grovelling kow a w run sj vinksts.. to. shell out every once in n while. sudden and premature deaths, as well and said Iter namo wns not Grant, but Ovid. Notlralt a.rlr gltrn ta whoM It aitt rotwtn, nesi and costs of litigants to an alarm- tow at the feet of the Northern hero. Ik.l M. T lusai.1.1. ail Inlv IU;aaU, Ml cixTciasr:tsr.Atri, as lives unusually extended, occasion the young lady squeezed her fingers How's hides " bo asked cheerfully. Sho that Is loved is safe. Jeremy ta rlilntlS., HkutitSra m Ik. Uarala htta lUJt Slnl la Ik. ing extent. To afford relief the LegI waxaa I Vtk'a t Richmond (Va) State. II. IMr "Oh, they're easy," the elephant ally occur, but this is a table of aver all tbo more tightly, until tho old la- Tnylnr. Ul.tr-llllo- n, lavlx taUllm. LAND FOR SALE! islature established, in such portions paarratl lf aJiatrat af Mkl ifcatt la air, said, "a little loose, maybe, but nolh age expectancy of life of an ordinary dy's rings cut into lb' flesh, talking How shall I do to love? Believe. MmvllrUv. her awn toti.lt, aaf rnjor. aril tad rwatt? or the Sjlate tu vcre most surely disA Irtl-n- l IHtlthatatf aa M af.lrt ftva Inaa flr-- rtap-r- tf Tart. rMUlftlMa? 111 Atnm. It Is astonishing that tho vesy men ing lo worry over. House-movin- g man or woman : fluently of: How shnll I do lo lielievo? Love. ha fUlnt nltWwl. Ilttwril lMpf?i-- anj htt mi II A IKajTMMt; at lha d.Ut aT kar latUnl, M at Ta tressed, Common Pleas Courts, hav- who were Mor rrsri la taaktmatrart,taaa-- l taitaaJ twrn. lUM puml ml roMtVtaU 4r4ll( n then loudest in. denounc business keeps up, I reckon ?" "How delighted htr mint would Icightou. ah-- l la tails. rrnatM alatla VMata, lalraja la hi aaa Mitt a ing jurisdiction at law and equity. ing im in hftMrr wiitikiin t A. dW-Nat krr rftr J will at ami Grant aro now completions In bo to know dear Mr. Grant had como "Yes, yes," the turtle said, "nothI.ovo Is nil renlianiof two. A. do anil titvrMftlltnif wir lnlmitMatrtv II It ftlia Vk IIUIknrlun.aKlrrrJ(; IkaaaOmlcaaJ mi I ha IlinalfiaT I'sstk. (Its tulWa The rcheme cannot bo said to have doing him honor. 1,1 lltWn lixl at takl Itairt, tktl th.tujlr.af uU deplorable ing rushing particularly, but I'm in back. I.-fcrt.M lh inkU4lf. tlmltt. It will U Salic .... -- it pa11""! la laaiaiaaiua jot sM at a tmritln 10................ . been an unwiso one In fact, it was a to l'r larlhrf ttirtlmlara. Itvitilf Hiatal! I paMUard In Ika tawa aT Itu.WJ. Ir note the numbi of prominent and out all day. Nothing unusual In Mrs. Maberly fairly scrramid with j. m. oori.K, a Ml larf ttoaia hrka--f IkaMIt Jaaaarf imh I could not lovo thee, dear, so much, I M... . .....- - ...Jl trfat Ivaataklt Or Rett. I.jtt MaakirJ, K moro in the right direction, but we Democrats who. stupidly tall into a shawl straps, is there?" mU ll.l. know yon " pain and nhtrm, "I don't love I not honor more. Ixivclace. ".Z.""ZZ1. T!..r....L.si Wllaaat tar kta.1 at tlatk at Ika liatvla Cataav incline to the opinion, and are confirm 1I7S, trap set by hjs political managers, I am not Mrs. Grant 1" when her young Tho animals cheered at this delicate Wish chastely and lovo dearly. .... II HOOD FMtM FOIl SALE. rfrat tXaitl Iklt I7lk ral lrraatiart .nMisniM,(Vtk. ed in it by talk with the legal nrofes and under, the shallow pretense of allusion to the trunk busiuess, and for friend let go her hand, ami became Shakieare. ion, that something Letter could have I will irU, mi rtr !tn, mi r.rM, ltaill tww honoring a soldier and greatlraveler, the first time in his life ihe elephant profuse In npologies. Mr. MaIovc sacrifice nil things to bless tho talk, rmu BtMkwil, m Ik iwatliw Trppiif. Lincoln Common Picas Court. Our readers will easily gather from mot been June, and may jet bo done by tr leading aid to their enemies, who looked as though lie was going lo loso tho abovo tabulated statement tbo berly found, when sho returned home, thing it love. Bulwcr Lytton. CONTAINS 137 ACRES, tho prescut legislature elect. T.wa doubtless mm chuckla over their simplicity his temper, but he rallied aud said : had been abstracted. T.tm- Jain K lft rnai ITtM lyr. Hi number of year to which their lives, that tenpence methods have been suggested First In being hoodwinked wild There is n minister of tho primltivo Hit tim II atoltli nUrnr It, Mi rvnmi an4 by litis shtirp "Oh, no, much tho same as usual; according to the law of averages, may ttkk kllchMi ! rIUr It rtktr. Im nn iucrcase of the uunber of judi- trick. Even tho All atmMrr IttnrrtlHiiitril lYojie. Baptist denomination In Georgia, who MilltrttMrmlalianaUit gifted editor of the just a kind of hand to mouth business. Baal MTluhl, too4 tlttrr; S The acclimated young man who hns has fivo churches under his care, ma- Ins tptlPStMi laaMTMtwa. All umdft Mttrr.l. reasonably be expected to extend. cial districts and Irara, consequent leading Democratic NMkU Wrrlf glrni UW--a H uttjr rotxrfa journal of the By the way, tlidn 1 1 see your father' aMMllfftt. Aboal luHarnalaMua-CTaataaittlai- . Ma to work for his living cannot afford to king it necessary for hint to preach all atkf A taalirul ho la a Sittrata rlflaT-kol- . Ikval J(.a IX !' an4 MtM 1 Harper' Bazaar. of the :ate. Second the South fall as easy prey to this atU 4alalllr. haft lata day W t itia old overcoat up in front of the res ttlllKlarall. marry an uiinrcliinatcd girl, ono who day long on Sundays. Tho other six establishment of n criminal court in "booming. The Artme OM Aforr. Jl)li:l'll rtkl.l.lll'. tVtitOirriMUMnlMjiiMMillgMnU tbrlrurnKecord. 4al IIUW, tif!D that F.la ! "Meade taurant yesterday V has not had the fever. Even the days in tho week ho goes Into tho forh Jdf twral mm(4 CwMrt I w. mi, )trrl An Oxford graduate was showing each existing judicial district. Either wll aa4 Wnrtta any "I guess you did," said the turtle, his sister over his rooms in college, richest merchants' and largest proper est and chops wood for a living. ia M atrajatrv, lrICcvsidciiou a! Mf msi. luthffmm-K In IW prOaflF A t JHorat Ottrrrrtf. method the abolition of JbtitrVrki)ivl, Joiaa !; U I - trad wasn't the kind of a man to die when some one knocked at the door. complain of (he expense of That rnau is n moral c oward who "ho mm and I aaad u tin U mm all the Common Pleas Courts. The FOH BALE. la ISvr waj um aihl I tfl'inM C mrr rivfrrtr r nnd make no sign. Going dowa into Supposing that it was one of his running awny ami summering up "Tho boy and girls together go u Uli(Wd most serious objection to the first will allow his sympathy to sign his lllalliTtWvMxfVffrJWf i tho billiard-roopretty soon " JrlJrJ Ctork friends, and not wishing to lie chafed, North for four months in the year. driukiog iu tho brook; the young It not atli atltalrlr kata, I a III anVf at raiUU ajfaatdlMirtlluiiK uMlra afuM twdilMi a4 method is a constitutional one, or, as name to a petition foe Ue pardon of a lUaJijffkrta U kUtKl la tho ij.Tiaioa.ltWBiut latitat,, an said "no, they'd have he hid her behind the curtains, and The acclimated girl is a treasure in man with a purplo nose his ancient The elephant known murderer, rat-throor rob we put it, an objection growing out of lWittM)jUliMlilM UtiWmaM, TffM j ta)r InarttrMS larltirt b nail Jaa ber. A petitioi Jnr the pardon of to excuse him, but if they'd wait till admitted an elderly gesitleman who Memphis. She may not havo tho mother shock. The urchin feels much f5, 4 mI4 (Mrt. conflicting constructions of tho 24 worse behind, than ho ever felt before, (aaalr Oaart liar, tar Mat liltla UnUaara an WIlaasMM haiwlaf IVfl af r a LlMttla (m-ItV- tho hyena came along he'd have some apologized profusely for his intrusion, yellow hair, but if sho has bail yellow n raurr( Itraa IWatl IMa ITlN daf UT. Sec., Art. IV, Con. Ky; "TheGen-era- l rrancis DertMwn, a thiatllla nitrrt. Tka M raatalu alavl w- -ll And then and excused himself by saying that it fever she is worth a mint of money ond ho attributes it to sliding down l. H. IkllMltfTllN. hfik has ieen going native whine with tlifat. Assembly, if they deem it neces- uercramvscttuntlreL, !- 11 15, II A.T,T AN AC tho turt le said "all right, he'd drop in was many year since he had been at as a household gift. The unacclima- - old Grimes' cellar door. sary, may etlnUiih one additional rfiV the rosfidf here in. the past four days And lut all Ika i,atfr anlmlUlaga far ttwtil Lincoln Common Pleas Court We may ad- - about tusk." And the menagerie Oxford, and could not leave without ted young man who lias to work tor a tr!ct every four yean, but the judicial fo er, citizens to sign. It is estimated, should the flow ot latallr. MI f, A. TI'.HIU'SI 'mi,, his sister who goes around with went to supper that night with the paying a visit to his dear old college living cannot afford to marry at all, gold continue from foreign countries, districts shall not exceed tixtevq. SIMIaft), Kf. Jrrtmt U VrnJy ai fary f Jtrmff, An But tho elf and tho old rooms he had occupied as because he cannot pick himself and lhe'petition and pleads for signatures, greatest enthuinm. until the population of this Satoihl the metallic circulation of the country is calculated to uronso the sympathy pliant was very quiet, nml only spoke a student. wife up every summer and skedaddlo at the ond of the present fiscal year CIIHISTLIN C0LLK(JE, exceed one million five hundr?; thou of man. o do not blamo her. But once, nnd that was to ask the ostrich NattcaU hartb; tlrrai taMmi II im fetn, "Ah I" cried the old gentleman, toward the polar star. Among the will havo swollen to over JCOO.OOO,- sand." Thejast scsion. Rt one, of HU8T0NVILLE. KY. aiarr m lUaJr, tan.frnaiii'. irar hata 1Mb day tsWhUwikr, why slwulil uuy rational, honest man where be supposM the turtle grew to looking around, "Ihe same old sofa, courting questions now to be pro 000. part 4al (!, la II- the Legislature mado 17th. Judi rimatXUlTW" lend his influence to infest our county be so cute? And the foolish bird of yes, and the same old carpet every pounded prior to asking a girl In nutrj Pr(i( Ik Hftl In m iTtltialnt cial District, and l) construction of trtHttMikraytr(ltal Kary M. Uradj lvt ranvrpi A mustard plaster is a good thing irl fa a, aJf , tall J4 fa tossed an iron liolt-hca- d ? the desert ry you aro tho important ones : "Miss thing tho samel" jlbchrT9ttlwMellt, aav loMlr hktmtf this clause, as cjptendejl,for by some, witb such a man as Francis Dcnlinm SeTJKC, in its place, but the liest place; so far f aaswir. lra freaa tl (lata oc Imi dabia afbti II n check is not made in this peti down its throat, nnd replied : , have you ever had the yellow Then, walking into the bedroom, kualkiad, JatMisIi.ltraJr, l aaata CMUnrta, ajj would forbiith,3, nexj action to go W ib-- It , roaivrtf! villi Im) Cvllrsts is to have the ami U attnl aa a alaaa imhi. trad la Mr "Picked it up, I reckon." tion business courts might us ttcll he remarked, "Yes, nnd tho same old fever?" "Was it a typical cae?" a our experience goes, MiMajkd MdUsMO(bTii fstnlf by vlflar to any furher extent in A Frllow-citizenOHMiI IU:iMItTMi:XTt itWd children, tho elephant bed, and the samo washsland ! Yes, "Are you certain your physician wa plaster on a And then, considceaso to be. t.RlatalffM4 Ork lllattMflrMdcm kf Ik tho (1'ftuctJ, thau simply to create MaaU Owrt, thai aa4 Ita la kkTftvltrf er well tho man before you sign his grinned and said thero seemed to be every thing tho same." correct in hi diagnosis of your case?' We saw a girl tho other day who ami tiMal I m Masted Mir tlrltMJ la tl ittmVr a4)nl la aaMUhlIt Mtka IafaalJ hum imal, a MMsWl mi Immtnm. tk onqaiUitional district a thing, which, at Baton Jm KrMMMir ilrtwlf lbalawM ml Maalnrd, ! an epidemic iu the menagerie, and he petitwii. Somerset Reporter. Presently he stepped toward the If the answers are nut quite satifucto-r- was "just as pretty as she coum lie, ritrr.raaa4 lpffallo itsrvtttaM rWk4 la Vlkan tfadtyi Wtork V(hen done, wpuld practically give no rklr UmtlMta, a4 iaiBMiiMvtpfviMaiir nrrf I fir Miiir and curtains, nsd remarked, "Ah I and Ieamd up against tho center-pol- e ti Jaauarj IrtmalMldlWrt. other question might bo put that but, poor thing, sho couldn't bo very MIUiMHMI, utf4l. WllMaMluilMl'tnk ot IW Uarola 4m relief at all, as it is confessed that the JVKtrairil Dflhc (JiinllU'm of l Jnrk J.N Ri:i'Pr.UT. A.M innatMiM.UltllllkdiaairikHvsMl.rr.UV. went to bed. the same eld curtains!" Looking would develop tho desired facta." Boston Post. ttaa. pretty. n state neeils as many as twenty-fou- r I II, l.liMinili.t.liriK. Nepotism seems iicculiar to the around he behchl tho young lady, and Afffrfm HoniiiHirte, districts.. But In view the questioa world is sure to find out an The Pkof. Swixo os Good Tisies. Blackburn, family. Dr. Blackburn very remnrkablo for cer turning round said : "Ah, you young Although In the light of practical resulU. we Prof. Swing remarks that it will bo a honest man; but it will find him out quartered bis wife's brother oil the tain intellectual qualities, nothing dog, and the same old game I" UNDERTAKER, cannot see that any disadvantage mistake and a great misfortune a great deal quicker if he advcrlics. public us Secretary nt State, and Jo. was mora debased, it must bo confess But, hastily replied Iho under great Stanford, Ky. Main Strcot, would ensue by tho establishment' of good times shall Blackburn,' his son, on tho public as a ed, than his soul. He had no gener- graduate, "that young lady is my if the return of twenty-tou- r districts. If ipihould be bring back the old fervor for property clerk to one of tho House committees. osity, mi true grandeur. I never saw sister." To which the reply came, done who could coiQjlajn, or. it comand adventures which made mortjja These nets taint the public service and him admire, and I never saw him Yes, I know, and the same old plaint be madetvdiat. would it amount ges among the most popular things of destroy public reputations. Gov. comprehend n noblo action. He al- story l" 1-8- . tof Which one of tho twenty-fou- r the day. "Mortcucc, he adds, "aro Blackburn was strongly urged not to ways suspected any trace ot a good TTie Ilarbrr'm Polr' juJges would, decide that his was not a pestilence, nnd debts are a regular perpetrate the wrong he inflicted on sentiment; be thought nothing of sinThe barber's sign, stried polo from the legally established district? Kentucky civil service. lie started cerity, and never hesitated to say that which was suspended a ixviin, has cholera. Estates die under them TJio.sccoud metta with more gener- wrong and all is not well with, him he recognized a man's superiority by been in use "time whereof the. memo Churches sicken and hare to lie sat -- WITH A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT al, fjvyur. It is conceded to be the unto this day. What the ending the degree of ability with which he ry of man runneth not to tho contra up with at night; individuals pine OF coure to completely aeparato will be no man wives nnd children become disjsty can think of without could manage to lie. On these occa- ry;" tho fillet round the pole indicates away, Iiiirlul discs and Caskets t)ie criminal from the civil business. HOLMES' THIMBLE, regret or apprehension. Ho is too sions ho delighted to tell the story the riband or bandage twisted about heartened in tho mortgage season, and ALWAYS O.N HAND. Many rcasous can lw assigned why is busy day the financial grave-diggstubborn and hot tampered to retrace that in his childhood ono of his uncles the arm previous to blood-lettinand Funeral Calls Promptly Attended. this is mi. It rarely occurs, though his steps. He will prefer to blunder had foretold that he would govern the the basin the vessel for receiving the and night. Swamps aud dirty houses possible, that a judge can be found on into deepst-- troubles, and to the ut world because he had the habit of al blood. The basin is rarely ever seen were the black death of l'uroc who possesses the excellence aud qualSelf-Oili- ng "Matternicb," be said at in our country, ihe occupation ot debts are the plague of America." ter sacrifice! sf all bis suddenry-gai- n ways lyiug. ifications be should have as a chan. llaveiMfthfTafaj Iht atorkriloaa A LuMti4lU ed and oiet-in!late- d popularity. another time, "is becoming a states barber ha only been in use among It was after the opera, and they ( Hu cery lawyer, who likewise possesses ktria Louisville- - Democrat. man; he lies well." All his means of comparatively civilized nations. The were iu n rendezvous for material reproer fitness us a crimiual judge and covering men were chosen by Bona prophet Ezekial alludes to this when freshments. GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES, The usual talk about the The administration of jus- .UtruUuK,TMr Oirit Affair Flrtt. vice vfrta. Tb Kentucky Court of Appeals parte among those which tend to de he say: "And thou, son of man, tako singing ami the artists sulienling, lie, CUU.NTKY I'KlilllICK, civil law, as contradistice under the c TllCSO Wagons art now cJVml base them. He feared the'ties of af thee a sharp knife, take thee a bar- as a souvenir of the evening, offered WTAre still holding forth at the old tinguished from the criminal, is so has subjected itself to severe animadAIXl, fection he only sold hh favors in such ber's razor, and cause it to pass upon her his button-holto the fanntn t Coitrnl Kentucky, uith bouquet. She, ac- stand, and as uinal keep a good suputterly different from that unde r the version. At has licen noted, the a way as to awaken inquietude, think' thine head and upon thy beard" Jeans, Llnseys, Blankets, a number nf Vary Important and cepting, said: "How lovely I," He ply of articles in their line. criminal law, that fitness in ono branch Court met Tuesday hut could do no business on account of the absence of ing that the true way to attach men Ezekiel v, 1. We read ot barbers at added: "What fragrance, too I" And FLANNELS, Itocontlmprovomonta maie in in no wise argues fitness iu the other. to himself was to compromise them, Rome as early as the four hundred then she, sniffing the savory odor of tSf Remember that we keep every ST0CK1NQ YARN.H0SE4 HALFUOSE the hit tt yaonOxt, the moil mjnrtant of Fanners can understand this by con- Judge Hines and Hargis, and nn adand often even disgrace them in pub and (ifty-fourt- h year of the city. This the incoming oysters, echoed i sidering the difficulty of finding a journment was mado till next Monthing in Staple and Fancy Oroceries: which it the Holmes Solf-Ollin- g llr'TIIKIUOWN MAKK He never pardoned vir trade and the profession of surgeon what fragrant stew?" Then ho lic opinion. Xo. 1 combined horse. It is no an day. We are not informed as to the Sugars, Coffees, Molasses, Coal Oil, TbimblO Skoin, anUUnj the ffrrat tue except when be could ovorwhelm was practiced by one and the same involved in thought. Call, ami )oa will be rontlnrrd tbst swer to tay, let the judge study both cause of the absence of Judge Hargis, Tea, Bice, &c; and la Fancy Oroce inconvenience of removing the teh,rli to- VT have man in "ye olden time" nnd the bar- it with ridscule. llirjr Lreu tbo brut coodt and srll at branches, of the profession and quali- buj Judge Hints, it seems, left his The other evening an old gentleman but bis Ian oil them. were iucororated by ries, Canned Ooods of every descrip- I bit lowmt prlrrs. seat on tho Appellato bench to go to said that he spoke badly, fy himself as well for the one as the llilmei Slein and Jiaxing doft ainiu guago was ordiuarily animated and King Edward IV. in 14G1, and the advanced the proposition thai never tion, Cheese, Crackers, Spices, Sage, other. The judge does study. But the lower part of the State to nttend in the course of his long lifo had ho tcilA all tide draft. Hit great objection ill to a caso in which he was interested iu brilliant; his grammatical irregular! business of surgeon was not made sep Balsins, Nuts, Candies, human nature is human nature. We Maccaroni, seen a woman that was not charming, all other Slciui, at Ihe Stria it iierfret- Tho worst ties often gave him an unexpected erate until 1745 by statue 18 George have to consider the attitudes of men, one of the inferior courts. lady whose Extracts, &c. lytlraight. force, which was perfectly sustained II, cb. 15. The blue stripe is put upon "Oh, really, now," raid a and remember the moral of oue of of it is, as we learn from a member of nose was of the purest Ukraine breed. by the originality of his ideas. He Thru Wagont, with tlitt late iMrorr-nienf- , the poles in this country flop's tables, that the Cods do not be the Covington bar, who went to would warm up in nn instant. The mo tome of is the National color. "don't you think I'm ugly?" Not at WrWe laid in just before the late tn'U run from 200 to 000 lbs. it Frankfort Tuesday, to nttend to a case stow nil the good on one. There is as all madame," replied tho gallant old rise, a good supply of Coal II0J1, ment he entered on a subject be pur Liglltor Mais any wagon not prorided uuich difference between the charac- In tho Appellato Court, no notice of ' i on nro an angel, fresh Kitchen Sets, Shovels, Ton;s, and FioV Feet. If you have more gentleman, with them, in proiortion lathe tise and sued it ns far as possible, yet attenters and practices of chancery and the intended absenting if the Judges GROCERY, CONFECTIONERY toail. observe if ho was followed, than you want to use now, boil them fallen from heaven, only you fell on "slch." was given, and quite a number of tive to g criminal law as thero is between mince your nose I and grateful to auy one who under until the bones drop out, then fith llrot. (0 Co. have the eitlutirc nnd portrait-paiuting- . So lawyers from different parts of the stood DafWo will aim, at all times, da right to vie them in the United Stuttt. and applauded. Like an actor them coarsely and boll in a little of Calliug each hog three feet lout; that AMI) Stato went to Frankfort Tuesday only the conclusion is, to let the Circuit The Boxing it to coiukructctl that it who grows animated by the effect he the same water; season well, pour into wa packed in tho West tho post year, ring the coming Winter, to be able to Courts retain their juisdiction of civil to bo told that thero would no no and when and putting them Iu sluglo file, they it impoultle for them tolooten or lam in produces, Bonaparte enjoyed the ap a crock, press down closely, fnrnlsh all who may apply with BaCovington will cases, because these nro the most Im- court till next; Monday. the uood. probation for which ho carefully look' cold, cover with vinegar, and it would reach 0,335 miles, or from rtcw portant to the people, and because the Commonwealth, a 10th. It will be York across the continent nnd Pacific con, Lard, Potatoes, Butter, Eggs, keep until warm weather. od iu tho faces of his listeners. They tale in one-thimore teood in m We ask parties haying any of Circuit Court is the constitutional firm, like jelly, and can be cut into Ocean Into China We'll (lien HI in Ihr lulrrtloii. Drover's Journal. &c. thciHein than the M ttyle, Memoirea do Mine. De llemusat, Gov. Blackburn say of the Lux- court originally designed for this busd slices. This is very good for laboring article to tell to call Tbi huWlf ra lntWinaJ that 1 liar okfu4 k the 27i Jioulder lo them it a perfect fitting tUrfaiMufk r tumult at uif aiort rttuiua. nrar Ikt A mud turtle can neither fly, sing, on us An iNVEHTOKorTiin Day. There men who work ont of doors. There iness, and establish the criminal dau present, of the gamblers, so much tand band. Jt can not late any oil at the before disposing of tame els' like a is no nil or grease for boots and shoes, gallop, laugh, cry or go blackberry-ing- , courts. Tho judges of the latter would harped ou by the 1'ott aud Kewt, of is a Buffalo man whose head, point. and yet, if they aro let nlono where; and we will promise to pay OnOCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, hav nothing cWlo do but to give Louisville "that ho would uot place I en pin's, has been turned by machine- that cat) compare with the greaso The Axlet are one site larger than the they get along just a well as tho the highest market price therefor fa undivided attention to Commonwealth himself in so foolish a ositiou, as to ry. He is engaged in revolutionizing skimmed, when cold, off tho kettle In eorretponding titet of itwoju not tiling Boots, Bboos, lists, Clothing, who tries to be funny nt a goods, tho present system of transportation. which pigs' feet havo been boiled. business, and then Instead of the de- refuse the acceptanco ot a present, It young man the llolmrt Mrm. lays so frequent under our present it was tendered to him. Tho old His niachiuo will ruu from New York is very softening,, and there will bo lawn iuty. Tlu) llatW aie boiled in oil before m o QUEENBWAIIE. QLASSWAHE, txirWo also keep a complete stock lyitem, resulting ir. thousands upon Governor very adroitly works upon to San Francisco in ten hours, is made just enoagb of the gluey substance in "My hand to a gentleman, my painting; henre the tiret have not looteneil boards, is three feet long, one it to make u good mixture and give a check to a friend, but my lips must of Olatt- - and Qucentware, Lamps, thousands of dollars, which the State the sympathies of the people by sug- of pine 'l'lilmcfo, C'iciirx, til a iW iiisfattee within our InouU and counties pay In the way of wit- gesting that his wife would rather foot high, Willi four wheels that have nice "shine." lie kept for my lover," says the French Chimneys, &c. edge, liaving told COO of them in the lait , W1NIW, l.lltUOIIM, IJ'I'CS. tix yean. ness claims and jailor's fees, we will have tho condition of the penitentiary been cut out Willi a hatchet and are The New York law reducing the girl. t3rWe expect, at toon at the tea- have tho criminal prosecutions con- improved, ami tho sufferings of the not round. These "driving wheels" legal rate of luleics't in that State to Thete lloyoiii ui7f be for tale in nil ANIIAN Iu Tuskegee, Ala., thero is a negro ducted In an economics! way, and the convicts relieved, Uiau possctm tho nil' are securely nailed to tbo side of the 7 ton arrlret, to lay in a big stock of titet, at well ut Iron Axlet, by D. is. tier cent, provide no penalties for boy as black as tho ace of sjmdc who Constitutional provision promoted. In est carriage iu tho world. Ho talk vehicle iu order to keep it from dash- violation. L'sillrss Tarlety of Suudr; Articles, Candles, Nuts, and other articles salt- Maxwell, at Alum Springt, who will The old law simply de has bluo eyes Iulci.Iently as u wootlcliopjcr in ing off at a terrible rate of speed. letter and spirit, which says that have wagontvn exhibition on public and clares that it shall not bo lawful to able to Christmas trade. times, mid evidently carta They took him to the Insane Asylum. Early to bed and early to rise will "Justice shall bo administered charge more than 7 per cent., which A 1MMII.Y NIUM'I.V NIOIti; Court dayt ut Danville, Ilarrodiburg be nil in vain if you don't advertise. out sale, denial or uWiy." It has been mtto f"r "ewspapcr criticisms, no UirDon't forget ut when you want and Stanfoid, and by ut At Isbanon. Customer "What do you think of would teem to leave the optional rale . Wui ascertained that the ter 1,uw vre ) a I.U iiwry Wagon it guaranteed in writThe editor's position is ono of trust Hardware, Qaeeniware, Olassware, rariwraiMt nlllkariviwllklMtlarMariaaalia lj the Governor Is sure bo bright let the Bishop's sermon on Sunday, Mr. just where it wa before. Good rosy trader, ran Sal at a,r Iwataautlklna retrenchment in iailors few ami wit- Ikajr nwtl, tl tllj rriall ing by ut. Wigsby?" Hairdresser "Well, real-l- y come out of this oversight, however, He has to trust nearly every Ixxly. Hollow ware, Oroceries, Confectionergo ahead but in the meantime M.lm. would itoulilr nav the sala-bllir, there was a gent o sittiu' In for It is well known that usury laws 2Vt( and Airuu and tbo IttTUUOlt i ies, Motions, Cigars, Tobaccos, Shot, tr rlcs of teventeen criminal judges at the " . Jouuxal keep hammering away at front o' me an' 'ad hi 'air parted that .re easily evaded, and. iu fact, are of COUNTRY PRODUCE The experiPowder, Gapt, Wads, &c. 82,000 per annum each. 'J Ht' B"1"'"""u".t crooked that I couldn't 'car a word." little account. The market price of ment, if It be one, U well worth the htm, and they may gave bint a hyper-derm- ic London Punch. Tlkrn latniianifatur ttu-l- s at tka Ulakral uar-k- tl money is regulated by a higher thau Sleight of baud Refilling a mar- (lenertd Agenttfor Central Ky. injection, that will rouso Ibis m iilw. UtlnK hw taur IWlrjr, Kaalkara, kuL trial, aud If, against all predicted law, ilsge proixwil. HuJUt, Was. U1I4 llaav, ltaii.a. llun. A bird deprived of food dies on the statute .1. It. WAHHKN & SOX,, ar anslklimal. aial 1 allllnl, fun Ifowla fur ilta opinions, it should prove a failure, all nerves to action, to that he will be aaa, (tf I an, iwu aia Alio Agenttfor Avery A Sunt' Catl Tbo cucumlier ilw lis lost fifthling A smile on the face Is worth two In third day, while a serpent can live m. ... .... . .ra, the Legislature would have to do coapelled to sing out, in P. a MTOKE SitsM awr Ilia llasttt r and Steel Jiowt l Wholetale und Jtttuil. a tiimhUr. Ilarrodiburg Observer. after It is down. three months. wfinld be to repeal the law. &lic Jnfcnor Journal. 8TANPOED, fr .Vr i.irnl is s grrtit pa The (IwrVr-Jowrtper. But it falls tor sheet of Mng as great ns It thinks It Is air lili to ndrcree. Jt can asxumo more lonllinoM nml I nwn p.lmtiiting in a given space titan any newspnper on tho continent when it m in'nd. Ill defenco of tho conduct of Ixmiivlllp in relation to Grant's recent viit is a fair' specimen of n peculiar logic In which It delights. Owcwdinro Ibcam fncr. Vi fir nrriuunr J3. II. in tho tt C. J. WALTON, JtOIIjWK.N ArniMiox, !. ll T J. & Ive It o. rl tl !, Dcsirtible f 'BO, ta at ai JJIJN. ttf 1880, It H. WEAKEN, FISH BROS. WAGONS T. H WARREN & SO - i. sroici: B. Jlattingly & Son Skeins. J. N. DAVIS' VAHIBTY STOIIK. 'W i. al. ,Tr ""' K"' PHILLIPS &B110.,. 1 C- - .7 tl IS ? iB The gnlllhlllt of l'i i"ati, mr. rnmnrrnw, Msttirdnr, at 11 Ih 'it,-TiMrrRi.Aar Yrimly, butcher ami 2 toll fur thin t" good Hog four daughter of Mr t ihrei nurrinl We m h wllh wild en Is rnirreloii He wis Im lower, lb price bring $4 lu and ami one single, swrvire him chck, J. It IVnnia will rline out a liilvf swell the Ik rata in m na Tnssday afternoon, at the family thtmitvrn tn New Rnearleaat priMI amtkiti of Ihe btM Mr Mason Talbott $1 3o for ehrrlee; mixed to good M in and This sale iif hri nrTVm ttd li,.nl pii-eir. VTTrwwTT, iwpeesesl twice ow emsil of Inni nf Ilonrbrm (Vmnly, ami Mr. Julia A J I So. The sheep market h wnehangeil. net wvi hr ' wlrsfSgl an Idol UTAN3TOBD, J. W. Allen A Co, rarsrrvtly Imiahl 2" lire our manhn Tern A4amreturnellatPrl4ay night weather, Istti will h rmt aff nn hnrgrr, as Tlmbeihtke were made one flesh mintrlr in ll c ilf mating reret- MirmsiNMHir-- Mr. Ilebl. 8. front Wlnsfero, H. 0, wliere h bad been IfibwI of Chrtathrt cattle, Minted from Ihe shrine, uril IiitowN I he has eritft from honhjiisrteni to eras Friday Morning, December 2(1, 1870, nml i im the ininitc d mr and pay W Now, If yen fall tn get a Itmwn, the pnfmUr Traveling Agent of seme time with ateek. He raid M head ef Steele ef Wratt fcnJMge, li. Wood., lh htttjBftraeMit. letetwe ii patriotism; resile the be Is Ihe O. A M. II. Ik, wa married in Loulv horse and mule. 1 terse brewght 9V0t) Murphy and srthrT, wMah they shipped to iMpcr ltd mnl cu tmrsatfi, It will he yrmr own fault, IN aOCTS. AND 81 BOTTLES. A ItrMAOKAWUi fAiT -- We are loM He re Cincinnati lent we, ami mm at from 4J apernUlIng showmen Ihe mlltl)l gam head; mule $M&$149 week, to Mlm Mamie Midden- - $100 tn sell, krt pfvewa h what Ihey vllle, Hint. MiTivin. .Ita propertle are Penmleent, tlrtt llirre nf Ih ynwna; men whn itralssl ilttrrmlMsl blers, Ihe railroad and hotel, ami mer Winch 4M to 8 sent. may. dorf, a charming young lady of that city. fieri (he market very good. ftoothlnr nnoTlfosdlnc Hmise, Mill tlan Nkw rlnck cif pnekrtknlrr. Hi (lieeianll Ike lairnf th MhlntgM bttfgy rhle and dancing chants of ftnn Kmneii-- threaten, Cincin "Combrainif all those qtuutiea, it ' th .. l)AV ('MRMhTMA I'atard nil wilhtmt The present wer nuinrroua and costly. A IVfltijV dlnK htte, at varicm llnws In the illm Nmg Uiai. LAr ronrilA".- - Me Irani mrtle In untenant! Iicw ate fast be nati, Philadelphia, Ac. pocket Ih pm-rre- il meiif eajaetir l.irWtt tAtttAM v. On hwndrrd ami seven whilocetiple A drunken man orTkrwd t9autTrnra rosB sraisaoiisry that Mr. K .11 Harden, of thl plsre, end lawgh lirsTnio ( ,Tcarii'we,!ii Bwiirainj agn.nfletvrantaarhse tatlia Imfwwlunt pn snr imHtanl iKOiinrlwe peyxihtr as Ihe mean try whirh esvmlnft In marrrag in (hit rounty l lirmiilt A IVnnjV dlseft, Ttfeir or Iwe might have hern ami nn llteJlrHs, wre nulled atllMM af tfnllesl Rtatra Jshbiiw. In laurel esmnty, last week, Iwe young girl can Met to t Mine. I far lire or Atjs now, grntlrimn of the ItrTRRIOR I'lrtK rrtrktr and rand! ef all tell latt they were not dspmsd In he rttaVy, term Jan. lat Just exactly four nisre than tract a nf coal land nn the tine of the Knox- names were Jmt;e Malimn, ol Ihe IlkMrlet rerfectaMllly ami Hsetnlnee. A we sow, JoOTUIAi., errrfwmdenls awl renders: The fcC DR. J. F.HAYWOOD, l llrrl A ami varieties fiirswl rhrap, am) eainsrrjsietitly keft all their fnn to werelioHmlln 1878 Of nrgree there have Nw Trk. Tetmttkrflj. Indtjr It. Ilranel, extension, ftem a Mr. lteed, a strati we rat p. "What alrall lire har time sajsnrw nf Ulrreaj Jlee MsKlnlry, ef the PlttflM word of kindly greeting Nimnr Hy ewples, and ll I mtthsev- - vilte lieen thirty-fou- r HEAD WHAT HC SAY9: of Alabama, nnd Jmle Oitniti, of Ilia tlisnmlre. 'list inpaset I not very and all. In Ihe year that hart fr which he paid flSOO. There are almit vest tor A Nrw Wocrr Hewing Machine run I Meetf Xmas anwmg Ihe rtmng Me that a ntajerllr "' Ihcm were married COO acre in the two n hattrir.! IW Mr ltr1f Urlt tmt I atrd the eoal en Ultras) I wanking a problem now, patted, the JrrTRKAl, modswtln itaehlnts, ptirrlnvnl at Irtrnln hy applying 1 IW DUlrlei ef Tennessee. . la UM rWrP of h MMM Af Ittttaf 4 MU, a we do ml hoar nf aiftgte iny or In the mllry month nf Hummer, while the I hem I said I lie o' avM wayr ft WTtJ ltfnl tffM l( ami ilf lb Mtry le)an, Hmnftnl, ky. A llAWTAMlT t'AB Was llleil ! mar difficult nf solMleo. than any he erer ami wnfnennling in ii tone, Ira won for hmI I wamtmm hop. rwl thee are aUwr way esf erajoywewt white rfcrrr! Spring ami Fall. Of those Ineilnnstthle. Ha vi1rTl nwr mt sMrvntM If the lUllrwad Merer ex- iriieunternl Intlreasmrfe of Irra mfnWy Itself a rermtalion of which Ht eomlttetors nvrtTHV ft Mrs)MlMI al ttMtatr Titr rrmtlmlrr of twir. ltIM.y Workl Judge llrown and a Jury Mamlay, in which ( hlf . ..AuJI whn leave lasrri made one firth, w recall mr mmnwm IMtarii fit. LAll.A ..11 fa Mlaa I'eaehy Howe, a iluaky danrwl, ami wmtur. una wrwi f tended the imrettase will prove In I iMsprrfttftMll. greater may well he (world ThonMsghly Menllfl-rll lKtlttJ HlNlfMii IM m or civil liter, vet: I lie really the Winning i Nrw Year Olfls Mctti.bcr I A Slagg. firt f Maai'ffl "J taffruMf Tfwt Uw if now tm well, ne( so paying Invtelment, otherwise, with the eemily, lihrnl ami grnerou A Wottti t Ihe Anwet-lea- n thr WlML -t- lwele Jaek Jan. 7, Iter. mail than lielmaglnreT Or nmiHt i(wanr it m Bm C. Old well, of TennesJ. II AH II IUNK hr ut received Harrison ItrlitM, an ehanrdiiml Ixwharia, - Ikstley M I) ANrmilAVWOOD Is, by eisJee nf eoart, metMur)- see, la Mht Annie XV, lg-in- , of Stanford, mneh sa. and Mill- - were the plainllfl anJ defendant. r splendid new Inl nf The leamlran lire Most cwrwtimhvcte at In In It IntersMra with tip tiresa, fearless in Ihe adraeaey of its primpl, clear and Ihe Universe? lirrn a OIHir, insiie iiy .irgirr urn.., ami llmnny wa ef an aaiuslng ehararter, and Ihe wWll, af Ih Danville and OrJ. OrA MCWOPAPCR PUD. WRITCO. July a, W. C Vh In Mia Annie L. every pair fltvtjiif, Ikm Urn, AftvtttUclift. Mtot. raiilhinrl lo warrant Mlaa I'eaehy tried Irani lomakelmt lnroe. chard TmsHWal ilonllful wlHs,tnl The iHtrtynf bird hunter who recent- fftre(We in II teachings, Iwmest and manI)r TUTT mt -- Mlrul pou. wm ftiuckil Utrt otMtrf, wMch Itwffc btm With ft A good school, malt or f VNTri with ptvmot Itimlnnrlllr. ly ttopiird over night in our village, fa ly In dtiVnea of the right, 1 xiwsrf.il and 4rd tea tea on Ihe priniltte of there Dry. 10, Clirl V. Oenlry t Ml I'jtllo but her liniHlilj to fix dale of letlada July ilfV, Vbttalentab. tlll UtAnl tilt wRhinft wmnthfftltlftlK naif. ISghl year rtiierlenr. Rtiffirtrnt HfTONVH.tE.Tllll(TT Ybab Ano. it hose ftn ta are within llw prrsetlheal I I MIJt4Wtt WttWll ami exioln lVUttyM nptsieirrs? vored n with an rxhlbillAn of a very fair untparlng KipwUrrtsrl. 1 luv) IrtW phw r!aliaf.icllon guaranteed remote efmnih, ami In ratablMi a gemd rr, tkni -U Farirf, reference offered This It a quaint and queer old village. Far proficiency in profanity- - but still we think wrong. It ha gained a peace In Ihe aflee- titil ftanaj Hd sit jrnxl HMll I ntmlr ir v III llrednly af thorn w!r latve charaeter, rrstilleil in an aeiilllal of Addle, M I). Hughe. Stanford, Ky. Dawson to Miss Lull Sept. 3, ltnWtl F. removed from city wmp, irade and felly, Ihey ran claim but one advantage ever thm nf Die ramttle, ami secvireil a respect Wiw be mil lieen annoyed by a rough Itrlghl, ami lfljier In lake rare af (Tie been nellltetl ef tliere staken In remove Thurmond. we retain much of Ihe old fashioned gen rarely altiined , else lliey may srrer iMr fetier at In cfiiirrli ll may rome from the renin-l- baby atone. talent In that line. Our yenng among its eitceararle Oet.7,W. H. Illfglnt loMtn Nannie nine Kentucky character. Having little mir Had terrlblo NIGHT SWEATS nuner In the rear, bill Ita echo llek-le- t nn InillrtMetit al lit neat term of the dr In Ike hy a local m per. A a vehicle of Whole- Mtmfbta,ftshtl.,lm men have not learned lo Alexin, J. Dr TUTT &trlhftmmmmamtitt4tnmmr)Tt tiro. It IImtti' A Oh. M,red ikem- ew (Wl. Ihe Ihrnat Infront.rrceindnwnlheeM ambition to keep pace with what ii vaunt hearing of ladle seme truth, lUentHmn aresenght with tmm 1 wriMnttil lv with t cvticlv W. fa. Diwren to Jilt Meela A. tmmttfwtjr Klawtinin ushers, wringing sym, selvr this wrrk,anil our rrndera will n Ner. I, and toiiclira lb wt.pi Iomn bwnainwl Ingly denominated "advanced thought" In by the old, while the young conaridity 1 Hog killing has at but been indulged ftiMMitstastiwnaJ ta waytstftl Ikit lUnbl nliservf thai there Is a aflglil mm-lin- n from every victim h4 IrraitJ ftlmoat te Ih front Willi mniiMMii. alhrllr J. N. l)ATt-O- wra 1 kavw tftTWftai Bd philosophy or religion; entertaining no in tent for pnwaseslon a soon a it enter Ihe halt doMi boUhM.tarrriO mU ftwtMtft. haj tonuhttn , Tb CnussrnV llimeynf Tar will cure roughs, of the wevlhen hence nftd Ibt.ayftfttst'Milllfltjnn of Hie the firm nn ln IVrsI sga of nsttwalya fnlllln tf (ireeerras and OtnNr. Sfl.B. W. nirrnsJr, to Mis Mat desire to thine by aping the attenuating are Irrertvetive scnaon differing from we deorj ami when by any chance it fall to thft gnwgh Hti dkrptiBafit,Hittbt ihU ruMa nl all dl"er nf live I linn I ami enjeylng a MU ' V,u, iXZZSZ uily'ltrTAtlT4- Int llliii(r,i)e, tntt wllh two lundstnic tic M. Isttkey. Mr llntee, IhemaHagiaii; metiiami tore IhUlmie lung, llnnichlll, hoarsen refinement of fashionable toclelyi esteemthe feeling nf disappointment I Not. 17. W. D, Lyntui Io Miss folia ing wholesoolcd hospitality, and hearty a widely aa tiosslble. In fact we claim arrive, 1'or mle Hi llio Ihanla of lineJIlBg-- t which he IsMjnat esrmplelrd ami her of Ihe firm, deserve ll.nat I'llr Meem IMPORTANT QUESTIONS. emphatically the much drsputnl lllte of plainly depicted on nlmest every counteA Hue', en lileli M It awnt nnteti urn ami mon- Kit. the cnlirr rdmmunily fur the. manner sincerity aa of far higher value than the Ihe Athens of America being sllnalrd nance. Then tftng life and extended list! of IttvlT. ba? yott caofctil cokl f aAft yoa io r Icrrtbty a Ikhkt any- Dii jrrti ever notice Dee. 9, W. II. Miller tn Mis h'nlo II. dnwn price, ami ey. Tlieeearemt Isealter it in which he lias fttft io nttftft tba phfrgm tTUTj on tn mincing manner, and faint faatidlouaneM, In the very mldat of (Irea-e- . anbserlhen Io Ih JotiRVAtvprorperily ! cf the Llontlc type ran disappoint one? Part man. entw jT OfiyrtmMU on awn tiee4 slnwa that hi iMlron wliere, theewislriirlleri Iseiecllentj the and alrall laced propriety acquired by a Al a little distance wf only see In alitninK his thftiuugia, Willi flsoft Utmtbt IM joti Lv It I noticed that tome of the sjpn and usWisw to lite Iilitor and Manager Dee. 10, A M. l'enm Io MIm Kale thorough fact thai ration goal, ami, taking every thing into apprrclile-xltfIt Isian aetnal aureola nf liatr. and Ihe Imagination, villi conrentlonal drill we bonat to claim for Ulynre tint hi qualification far a genial and Joyous Christum to Captain A vbtrp jatn flto(wwt!itoguntytuwnl Itsdrfl Intich, I quick tn complete the. pte he atiTs'rnaKy (jneds eheir by retail ceiwMrrathm, Ihey are Ihe nnssl desirable Vnnchan. d day one of the most pleisint "bright eyed now ftii3 tbrn fn lh rtyha ot thw bfurt, Photil While Thnli-- W.are of necessity vatly Imgovernment lire with a complexion a velvety a the than lhay ran lie bought al wlioleaale in idare In town. He offers them fr file at ftinTWltl irPwrAifTfwliUkri it tin (low ItllATIIH. and reliable communities on Ihe continent proved ml a warm corner somebr Id tour of obserratlen thro' one" Io Water heattof a rose, anda pur aanw. Hut the city; tlicrefnre it I lu your Interest to but Hub over the real of building, ami rf fwtt one a t:,.ivton.t; joawDltooa And we believe that now while we write, the leturt lee I In on rinse proxlmlly the variant empire of tto world. Doe where Io lb Devil ready pencil Io Ihe So iHb lo rairi um liwin. la ftu hour reit We have recorded during tho year alxly aland not on the order of your gelng, but we would advise those wlra think of airfar and wide hrlghlnra If wo discover tram of a disorft nnt Iron tu ttm fwUk j4-tb hi milrn wa to like ele- erieawrMil, ami Io the reader. ace occurred In Lincoln hundred of heart scattered thl mean that five dralhi that have dered liver, willed ran la rorrrrled by go at once and Interview him, Carroll cbaslng iHeperty te examine Ihese lMne twoVclHIJH I JM wi'l noon Ull loto ft and other Slile are turning hllh ' mentary lemon In what Scotch "Jamie" The Itortom. county, and while we are aware that we in this twin Portaline. orTabler' Vrgrtable Liv Ittld and A. 0. Huffman, Jr, Ihe sales ami aeenre a bargvln. pTfMftnrlp ftp!" wifcti ap In th roonitny, erward with longing memories of bygone nsed lo call King craft V The next regular meeting of the Cen- coiish gOTlMgftworklQlWty. get the entire number, there were er IVwder. l'rlee M cents, at Mcllobrrta men, will le found ready and willing to rrrfBrrmia After a week of rain did not Tub Wratiiib. and childhood' blissful innocence, Association will (nf, and tUbowtjxTmoTlny In anatnriitnaiiijf A ytatxV We will hare some change in our tral Kentucky Medical not a gieat many more. The list In' year, show you througli. and unprecedented warm wealher, during To leWTCTtTfetUfU ut ll?- - yinplimanMtti'a and when and manhood' bouyant hope, and kin mercantile circle fur the next year not be lield In Danville Iko third Wednesday elude death from all causes, xpeartorant ftHTgral day a. ri.'nsov.ix. Joseph hlch our rivers ami atrrania got on a we consider the population of the county dred' lender lies, and friendships, tried yet developed. The firm of Smith A On, In Jannarv, 1880, eommenelng at 10 o'AKOTIIKIl BAMN.E I'ARIKIX. Office, 35 Tviurray Street, N. Y. linked with the very big teir, ami Ihe green gras beftn to you will ee from (heir "d" will con. clock A. M. The debate will be opened Ma. H lr Kixiarni Ml yesterday tr ltf-rH- . Hughes, of this county, seem to be an es thow remarkable amall and true all Inditaolubly a commenced tu turn the number pecial pet of that egotistical embecile who, grow all around, It of lored old home In W eatern Lincoln. To tinue, ami extend. They have done a very In a paler br Dr. Iac Warren, of Danand yesterday death rate, and prove the healthfulneaa Ma i It Sworn, "fer, ksa lew htn It of auch we write large business during the year. In the ville, on "Gonorrhea, with Special Referhup. rnui-Iby Ihe grace of a silly people, Is now Gov cold on Christiana eve, r.ivi.ii. Among those whe have past catch, perchance, the eye section. pevml daft. the roofs and other comparatively the morning Then let the older one who have tingle article of wheal, J. U. Green ha ence to Treatment." Dr. Bogle, of Paint rmtalf ernor. He hai paruone rilra twice since dry plaeet ahoweit tignt of a small tnow ed awr thl year we note the following, -J- aatrhll. IUIVm, l.,U with bit ci'iii: unpiriiA, left na and allll survive, go back a third of tought and shipped for the firm about Lick, will present the report on Progress Once for a fine his accession to power IK Clirlalmaa. most of whom had lived longer on earth fell a century and mark a few of Ihe chtngea 25,000 buthelt. They have a large quan- of Materia Med Ira, Hygiene and Chemlt-IrUlaBmlui Utttkt arrlttJ from tlawllac for assault anJ the Mhcr day for carrying ilorm th night before, and snowvast lightly thin la generally altoted to man : differ cuita. coin vim . all dar There I, however, a wrought. And a we acan the tity of corn In tlore r&d are still adding dim WJflar. Ilefore and since be concealed weapons. The annual election of officer will Jan. 29, Mr. NareiajiaCheniult,agedC7. lime ha Him MottiR JonaMV, f Un aattr, U tlall-lweather now and a year re field, the few and scattered member waa let oil with Ihe light punishment of ence between the Conway A Cook neem to to doing a bo held at thh) time, and It I urgently March 1, Mr. I'alnelia Hughe, aged 05. Aunt cuira: t i.vi.ii Un, lp. II. VTmim. ago, for then the thermometer wat three men ol maining of the stalwart host of the gmsl business. Their house is generally Insisted that there shall be' a full attenAai Coor four years io the penitentiary for killing a degree below aero, and six inches of March 10, Iban H. Withers, aged 70. to seek their well filled with ' that early tlay, admonish It Those having dance of the members. laaraal lV)x.' Ap HoM. negro, Hughes has been a troublesome Ulli: NICK IIEADA) III.. pnrchasen during busine March 10, Wm. Holdan, aged 08. earthly abode in the "directory" of the hours. lta.Jor IVTRMln Nltrlr ht a tlalt character, to whom a ardon simply means iimw covered the earth. The Ihermometer March 14, Dreary Wearen, aged 80. volunttry paper to present will oblige la llimklatriirg an4 Lrtlfifl yesterday al 7 A. M. was ut 80 above xero. Anderson's, Waller the dead. The ittiin iiiliou-- i coi.ic. thing or a In a migration among Ihe steady, the Secretary hy apprising him of the - Ills Bmil FACtaaaa, April 14, MIm Maggie A. Hlegin of city of f Uofaitrr, la a a license to gn and da the same and George U; Ihe (Jrowns, i. . and working men of our community, we fell In fact ten day preriou to the meeting won one, as aoon as be Is liberated. I f TiieCiviko Year. Only a few more consumption. tt Mlaa Xaltl. Ilita O.ai.y. (ntMa. It I. lUaiow twWrr arfulalfj alact-ktlltl'.AI'PCrlTI. Carrol Bailey, Archie Burton, the with Col. Jamleson, the clerer and enterSTfELE BaitEY, Secy all of Illackburn' pardon's area aensele-- - day of the year 1879 now remain. The Anril 19. Mr. Nancy William, wife of Willi; al Mr HIU; Bairaill.lllUj supporter of F. 8. and as uncalled for as those that have come year to near lu close hat been one of un- George W. William, survivor of the war Carpenters, George (Station,) Henry, Da taining right-han- d ). Itrioliillonm of It Mjiee t . -- lllall IINU ItllP, X W lltllll 1ID vid, Major Geo. and II. L.; the Dinwiddle; Kanflmtn. The Col. hat been diriding AallLaxn Loose, Ko. 170 V. A A. T M. under our knowledge, the legislature usual prosperity and plejity. Abundant of 1812, aged 92. fo tka bolUaji. WllL MrKlour an ML Vernon, Kj , Not. 13, 1SJ. ) Unode, the Hockert, Tigtman, Jo hi lime for Ihe last six year between thl D. could do no better than to male hit Im harvests have leen garnered, good price .Mim Rbtm Cwow Aaatua Mimes Katb Mty 2, (leorge W. Williams, a veteran L. Wlixaaat, U hath leaaej our PItIo Father to seph and Phillip; John Huston, J. P. city and the growing village of Baltimore, moor rram our uilJil, by the hin.l of desth, on tlaowu TDKLIa, f lh OJkf, ar fprwJiitf th peachment the tint order of business. have been obtained br the farer fur all or the war of 1812, aged 94. HAIR DYE. CHrlalaua at IMr twam, W. F. Abrain and George Lee, Md, In the course of hit periodical so th 11th day of Korember, im, onr Jearlj-Ulor-Compel bim to step down and out. he had to sell, and he can now aflord to be My 7, Mrs. Harriet Vaughan, aged 77. Given. W llafa -alUiJl 1 11 (HAT 1UIB Oft WaiBlEB abkliftad to ft ULOMT I rolber, John T Stephens, now, Iherelor George, D. about 500 ha To ltobcrt Miller, A. W. la ti ft aincla stppltctUaoa of UUa Die. ! lUakMiul KorUI Uk m lh I lull la. briek house ever ceneruuala the loted one at home. Iy 2, Mrs. Jane Daugherly.Vigeil 81. and Alford Alcorn, Walker, andJ. Handall journing here, he manymadewhich have JUiolrtd. lat. That, while ws Uow wllh aiihmla-slo- n Ulacb Ntrl Ooloc, tM IiuUatuMtNifilr, and U The 6ral Ua kot fltx r Old a ft first-claSimeon saddle, of m u apriac tf. JM bf Vnftfru, r Bl(l r lh lllk ami arrak f II aa a aranj alalr. built in Stanford waa, we learn, on tht enable all classes tn buy here instead of June 12, Mrs. Ann Holme, aged 60. Iluler, we t th will of our Bapreoi UxUgtoa Marqul Helm, J. W. Iteid, G. C. been ordered from the South. No stock ssr tsth sprrss our (rest sorrow r lili death, Km Maar VAakna rtHaiaaJ fnm tlsss Church. going abroad, our energetic friends, the July 11, Mir. O. L. Carter, after an in- Peyton, Offloe, 35 Murray St., New York. Tutwlaj bJa wttk fMlt gtfti horn her anal, tile now occupied by the Ilaptlat Klfle, Dr. A. A. Campbell, Samuel and trader will consider himself equipped fur and (or tti llTlm who ars afflicted by his dssth. Harden llrothers, have laid In a full and ner of 11 year. Mre.Marlha tlIUI,aajJ frwntthtr Maeiutcraof krr It waa nwd as a residence by Dr. Thorn 3d. That by tht dssth T Bro. Stephens our enl Allen Logan, Burton the Southern market without one of Jim David William, aplendld thick of dry goods, notions, cloths, July 12, W. Compton Hockley, aged 87. McKinney. Joseph and Eminett McCor- lintli faithful and honored son. who afterwards built a little brick ofmy' twt saddles; and no one bring hi haa been drprlvsd of useful, lost a loved and resCnDlDlTW. halt, l Mua Bntia rrH July 29, Mr. Marlah Uarnet, grd 93. member; th eoniiounltT has ' ! fice where Marshal A ltuplev'e tailor shop dress goods, clothing, boots, tho, ua LIndsey, Edmund and Wm. Powell, saddle back. If It were not for the Col', pected elllsen, snd his stTUeted ismlly an bereft UaJauM mack, ask to CkrUlMMitArrawkarblkMafa trrr Autust 8. Msrnuls Helm, aged 80. stands. The FpraggenV brick houae ribbons lace, etc., clfc, and they l IU. IHoolcM A 1)1 la now 4aM aa.1 arrt-tom- .l Chauncy ehlpmin, John welsh, Allreil nefarious politics, ho would be a model of so sfleetlooat husbsod snd kind parent. will, during the JOIIX II. 9HI.I.EH Oct. 8, DcnJ. Holtielaw, a soldier of the waa built about the year 1807 for an "or any to the public that Iher Sd That v vlll, aa his sorrowing brothers, wesr ukaiJrrta-- J Tll.ll UaU.lk CV. Skinner, Wm. and Randall Cloyd. Wilson man. now on, oiler war of 1812, aged 92. fcr thlity days. nausl bads of CLF.nK, subject U 1, ranJU.ts W haa iwnka U Wl ffnaj dinary," In which one was kept for a num. present holidays, ami from Tho closing year bring thick and the That s espy uiournlnsresolutions bn present- tb a sctlon of tT)H aKCUITpartf. of thesa 4lh Dandridge Lyon, Jaa. Senlre, Jas. Jone, tht Deniocntle Dec 22,Sml. (livens, agrd 70. hours. ed to Ihsfosstly of thsderessed snd to TuITt beroryrars. This is the Oldest lioute in greater and better bargain in everything, a reiueat for Its pubUeatlon Given, George Dunlap, Wm. Materson, fast the memories of it burned to close out their sloa Joi aaL with I.OVAI. M.tTTKIIS. Ih town, ami Mrs. Tolly (Shanks' next aa they are determined T BAM SI llUBUrTT, that every where KKUtniOVS. Wm. Wllloughby and J. E. Wright, all The festal observance JAMES P. IIAIIXY, winter goods at price that will please their itua Uairrm, ) Coni'tee. of gratitude for Tilictlirruiuuittrr waa H at 12 o'rlutk The latter was tint urcJ as a store-hous- e Uco,aaHBaooK, men of mark and widely kuown at the mark Itt departure tpeak la a CandlJat I'OIt CIBCUIT COURT CLKV.K. ot Don't buy until you give the Elder J. L. Allen will preach at the A copy Attest residence by Frank lUId, Tb larger customers. and la.tfll.l. luture. Imbued Lincoln, Sdlijeet to tbt actlua of tn Uetuocrsrtr P. S. tVltuaw, Secretary money. Christian Church here, next Sunday at 11 time to which we refer, hare passed away. the pat and ho'ie tit the of th Uruce Hous la over o I Is j Jens a call, and you will save Prlr. II. Smith And as their name pas before u now, with the eplril of the hour, W. Tiik Ciilcmlii Clock mrn acra mjojinj portion Last Friday o'clock. numeroua years old, and Just opoeitr, where Mr. 1L A DurionABU: Murder. some dead a A Co., again extend to their IO.MK AtTAIItS, linked with oilier name llitmwlTra jeatcrJi drlflng all lioraca, Iter. Dr. John Mall, of New York, la II. Wearen has an undertaker shop. It one morning a fearful tragedy wat enacted In patron the genial greeting ol the season. BY with IwlU, Im una of tlielr liU afrinte wed few turrlring till wo are struck with about as ancient. This house waa origi Itichmond. J. It. Arnold, the large dry said to have received over $10,000 in another year the fact that a mighty host hare fallen-m- en We have enjoyed wllh yon Jieiri-rtiirIlmlifrrar. flatter ournally of logs, which are still there, but goodi merchant, went to the office of Hon ding gift during Ihe present year. of pleasant intercourse, and who have been mourned and missed li,n nice, ilm showman, ha extier la ft. which are now hid by the weatlicr-twanl-inHt. JhiixV ! ltoht. II Utile and flrrd four shots into selves Ihitt that intercourse haa lieen mu. el..n. of nreach- - men whose native wisdom, and rich exieiin.ler the ! Julin'a iliij-- , whrn clrrtivna far ollicrri We arc The Seminary was built, tome time his body, one after lie had fallen from his and prudent tually agreeable and beneficial. Every thing In order for the l'all and of Moodr in 81, Louis, and intends hereif- - rience, and upright example, fur the tnauinc jrar will 1 licM at all between 1812 ami IS, and It was there that office into the street. There were no announce that we counsel were of Inestimable value to the glad now to be able to Winter trade. Our slock 1 now complete ler la make hi living a an evangelist tht L.Icm. DCAtXRI- NIhe young Idea of Iter. Sidney, Mclioberts Io the beginulng of the slwoting, have mado arrangements to conduct our Iter. Ben. Helm, of BowlingOreen, de younger generation, and aided largely in large nnd Increasing businera another year In every department. and other of hit May, were taught Io but Mr. Little, who Urol but three minul Nut Vei.k TIi latruion giving to old Lincoln the proud position Irish lincnr, table damask, towels, crashinteresting lecture on China pledge ourselves te afterwards, nude a dying declaration In livered a very aa uaual tint 1'ilJiy mornlnt. shoot. wllltau he holds among her titter counties. Per- - in this community; and es, Ac. "I know that I am dying at the Presbyterian Church, Monday night. Groceries, & continiio a lu the past, to study your TiirCilRUTMAaTiiKi: At the l'resby- - these words Ourcvrrrai'onilrnta will plcax, nolle and Veil tklrt and shawls ftr fadie and Staple manu hapa the sons of these tire at they acan lo Chinese and I make Misstatement. He killed me I Io had numerous article of wants, and meet them promptly snd at favajr uaaauaiial. terlaii Church, on Wednesday night, wa a from this grand array of name may catch anew children. he brought wilhjilm, for nothing," adding In answer to a o,nw-tio- r. facture which reasonable rale. Our acquaintance with We call ecial allention lo our kid and served to illustrate the idea of their own responsibility may (IiniiiTiiimm. The largot auarliarul Ihinc of Uautv, ami while not exactly If he did anything to cause It. "I that country, and which demand ol Ihe market being more in- Iterlin gloves. PHOVISIONSgain new light aa lo tho debt they owe to the (Indira, Uinnnl (Ismla, Cale Joy forever, it sent Joy lomany a heart that cifr'riilla, Id nothing and did nothing, and then many of his point. timate, and our experience In business Considering the New stock of carpet ami oil cloth, win HisrTOHY op Stani-oru- ' Churches. the living race, and to the memory ol llio and l'Mlrj IWntlata, do, arr funnd at will laatsome time at leaat. the brave, noble spirit of ltobt. Little we feel warranted in pledgmore matured, frarfullr bad wealher in which to prere dow shades, Ac. oldest man liv consecrated dead and brxce well their ar(Ira I. WrarcnV .RATES, STOVES, winged Its flight, while hi Inhuman tlayer Iter. H. 8. Mcltobert it the HARDWAKE, IRON, give the fullest satisfaccontend anew forrijht, for honor, ing ourselves lo Ladies', gent' and children underwear it, Ihe ladle who bail the mailer In .barge JluliTiUuiXv 'Hit naiutrr deserve great praise, and we would make walked off grinning d chatting, appar-ent- lr ing, that wat born In Ihe vicinity of Stan mor lo Keccirully, W. II. Smith & Co. I popular price. tion. first aw the light in and for truth, around the sepulchre of proud of hi devilish work. Little ford. He it 72, and of drnla rmmlrd In Ihe (Viunlr Cltrk'a of- - siecial and Individual mention of each ol ale Thursday, At J. C Johnston' It may While ami gray blanket In 10-- 4 ami having tho same house that Mr. Milton G, Italney tlielr departed ancestor. FARM IMPLiMENT- S,GcfriniJtn lat to JVC. Xlli, 18Tl, waa them, only for lis fart that we could not and Arnold were brothers-in-lawa a good attendance, especially 11- -4 at very low price. be of interest to our old neighbon, tliere mile from town, HI married th daughter of Mr. Mary U now live, some two 271, and llio nuiubrr of marlpRca US. from abroad. II. T. Iluah, wat auctionfind out who they were. Iter. 8. 8. Mo Zephyr thawls, nubias, hoods and sacks, from Rockbridge and now in other Stales, to nay that It. Hood, a wealthy widow of Madison county, grand parent came eer, and conducted tho business in hi usuIn a variety of stylo and price. Kiik Hr.rl A lTaulifiil new Ptiftnlngrr Itoberlt oienel wilU a short speech and at II. GJven, Ben Given, Joe Page, Samuel Fleltl Seeds, Grain, Salt, who died lecenlly leaving her valuable es .Shantndoah counties, iraiula,in libU, and spirited tlylc. Fair price - al plea-aOur stock of print were selected with attathmrnta, anl all old prayer, and Ihe choir sang some delightOricin, with often heard them aay, Huston (extremely ill,) and F. S.KauiISeveral months which time, he hat . tate to thoso daughter. were rcalixed for the moil ol the property great cares we have all the newest ttylet Can ful mmga with organ and coriitt accoroan-entIn which Stanford now man, still survive, and are almoat the only rr nrw anal drlnille lmirociiirnU. death Arnold presented to Little that the valley oflered, We note the most prominent : 21 out. ., The distribution of prvtcnte lasted after her LIME, CEMENT, &o while the men of that day now lingering here. At luwrn al llio Mrrra llwiaa. A1 In aia dense on hliu, Ihe body written in hi stands, lied, gray and white twilled Hacnel head tlock hog at $3.05 per cwt.; 35 exabout two hours, and scarcely one of tho an order llnmAUa. Depot and old Seminary tide, some future time, iicrhap, we may give hill on the a (A't) hand ami llie tignature In Mr. tra Southdown ewes, $5 10 per head; Wy- - plain, white, red, grey, Shaker and plaid crowded audience went away without huge tree. what informatbn we posse in reference We wlh to r n A fl6ii Mas WantU). Hood's for $9,000, at llw note said, to enual-li- e were covered with forests of tt Sandidge wat the purchaser, 19 fJannela. gift. An Interesting feature of the evento those who have sought home elsewhere Ladiea will find the best assorted tlock the two daughters, Little and hi The onlr road wa an Indian trace thro' feeding tleen, loJ. V. Allen, at $3. KItoWMleof allrr, tcllTenian tu Jf-ot-e ing was Ihe presentation of an elegantly and probably relate an anecdote or two head which wa very difficult of year or the woods, Iila mllio lima taranraaaliu; fr,llila SO; cow, $21 to $33.25; saddle mare $33. of Drew Goods in our house to be found hy wife having boarded with her for a ltout A to Ihe twlll!ty boundTilbteandIoa Hupfiliitcndenl piece to two after their marriage. Utile pronounc Irarel. From Mr. SIcItobert we learn pertaining to Ihe early time. glren above The firm, about 130 acre, wa knocked in the city. r. Tn if afillllile iwnuin five dollar gold school, day on the village of SPECIAL ATIIJi- the first Church giHidaaRia. Ad alike IiiTiuiun Jijun- - the rattle llurnside and a beautiful copy ed tho note a forgerr, and Arnold that where --Mr. Willbuilt here waarecently will eerve thatbring Itthe lit the memorlea down to Greenberry Bright, at $43. Mr. We have a large and elegant line of la- 1 DUinC TO CALL TUF,TUE Mist up to to TIOK OK Craig has lot meanMALcffica. B, nlao bought the corn, about 150 bbl. lu dies', gentlemen' and chlldren't hosiery, Knglandlo Mist brought tult against him. In the ofMcCawlcy's History of when uncle obtaining built a cottage, and which 1 now occupied of those who knew It aa it wa the crjb, at $1.80, and a large quantity of in all grades and colors. The Iraclirrn and Julia Craig by the Chuith, aa a testimo time L llllle employed himself In It wa of logs, and Ita Joe Cooper and aunt Polly, undir guise of fodder at 7 to 11 cent per shock. Our evidence to thow tint Arnold wit a forger, by Dr. Morgan. J. U nial of their services at orgtnlsta. Our stocking yarn are from the Islingtarlu lira of Walnutta Uillrre. llT. hotel, kept open house and entertain were the old lime Presbyteri worshipper and It It thought that the certainty ol hit Cloyd, bought a pair of on Woolen Mills, pronounced by knitter Harnra, l'rlnclal, will (Ire a uiuaical and ed all who came, with lavish hospitality; old friend, Bennett ArlluilDISue. The number of oiu uuimmg w JiLW ans, rsuiwequenuy, mi looking swine, sail to be a new the smoothest and beat yarn In the market. TOMYSIOClCOlQt;EEKSWAnE,CIIlSAAKO luccet and the consequent downfall of draiuatlc entrtalnuirut at that institution etpeclilly where the attendant! al all the tlrange tlorrt and dwelling! erected in ULAtU GOODS, WHICH NOW worked to tuch an extent on hit mind destroyed, and for a long time a building by the Ortngew on tu night. 1 he insramiu irtinilaea a fcaal bianfurd during th last two years largely nold We deaire to call the etpcclal attention big meetings ' found free and generout Importation got up EMBUACCTUIS whero Buflalo Cemetery 1 now landing principles, being entirely desti that lie had either to put Utile out of th l of tuod tiling. when Welsh and Nich economical ef the ladle to our handsome dock of exceeds that of any five year before, way or tuflerthe consequence wa used for a Church. After-war- d accommodation or Little located, tute of hair, and hence do not need tu be cloakt and dalmins, very elegant and VnciKiCTa. If you want to male jour which Indicate that the town I uot dead searching Investigations, when the first little brick Court- ols, aud Wright and Bro urn, provided for He preferred the If they prove equal to the rigor cheap. people scalded. t, wife or friend a handsome and uaaful by any manner of meaus. lietiJea Ih im- former and sought him at hit office wllh house wa erected, that wa used by them the simple want of a primitive when of our climate they will be quite an acllubber thoe, Arctic overshoe for wo- Irnj one of those nice Decorated tla provement made to numerous store and the assumed reason to consult him on tin and other denominations, aa also wa the with mitcellaneout merchandise quisition. -- EVEB nun and children. Men' rubber hoott of the old hotel which stood there nevec had been a buggy nor stage of China, or Chamber Ft, or a pair of residences, the following persons have add- renting of a farm they Jointly owned In dining-rooThe Cincinnati houtuern imiway it who are coni' Ilronteil Laui, or Celluloid Handled ed much to the biauty and worth of the Clark county. In Ihit interview, accord where the Myers House now sunda, ana coach in the place; and the three carriage already beginning to do a lively Im Inert. Just the thing for farmer, pelled to be out in the mud and snow. which were brought to town on State ocKnlrea and Forks, at Ceo. D.Wearen'a. Stanford ! town by new bulldiug i ing to Arnold, Utile denounced him aa a which wat then known aa the "Red Houte" When It thill have been fully opened, llrown and bleached cotton, nlno and J. N. Davis, two handsume and substan- thief, and a be aaya, he had to kill hint in and kept by Mr. I lunton at a tavern. In casions Impressed the boy wllh a solemn which will toon be the caae, ita influence Mav Yet 1'av Fou Tiuin Kik. Two gandeurv In those dayt Station theellnar. pillowcase cotton, dwellings. but what excuse did ho have 1839, the Presbyterian Church now stand- idea cf COKS13T1KO Ot' unknown scatuos fired Into a frtljlit tialn tial , will be fell wherever along Ita line a tingle which Mr. McUoberte Carpenter wa the exponent of Chriatlanl-tychevlolo cotton, plaid, apron check, drill Mr. S. C Shut, a collage. for alarm, when hit enemy wa but a mere ing, wat built In on Ihe C S. It. )l. near UustonTille Sta - article of commercial value can be pro- Ing, Ac. in fact, every thing In ttaple political iieetKauffman conducted Will Craig, neat dwelling. un mrarhed for twenty rear. The next UAXUSOXE VECOHilTKO Cif.V-- i forest which havo borln tlte. weighing 110 poumlt ami tion the other dar, fortunately uolnK no ing: BUI Tate commanded the military duced. The Immense will be utlllied. The cottons. Jno. II. Craig, store house. Dhmcr and Tea &U, IUm China and (ft armed, at wa aflerwardt shown, and he a Church built waa the Christian in 1855, itood useleu for ages, dauiasc. The K. 11. Official have oflered fooling;) John Allen, the TailWe have made a special clfott to have T II. Van Arsdalr, large two ttory brick hum Viewed In all Itt at- - the MethodUt next. In 1BG0, and the Bap (on a peace IVry ilfd Brandt cfStuu China, llain ami coal led Iron slumbering in their moun a reward fur Ihe wen, and will use erery You or, threw the beaux into fits, and John our ttock of Trimming complete. dwelling. pectt Ih murder it a most deplorable one, tist in 1SC2. tlgwtd Qlautcart in Kery iy( and means to bring them to Justice. tain beds will be brought to light. 1 ertile Snccd shaped for them good Imitation of will find black aodaolorol tiik, blaak and Mrs. Mary ilathcny, handsome dwelling. fur It take from life a man, who at a lawof we, Decorated Chamber &U, a Full region which have been but partially re..t.M, WTOt'K M VHOi: shoe and boot. But this is all suggestive UrriL the loth of January, 1880, (he J. 8. Murphy a tlore house and a frame yer and politician, wat rapidly rising to colored satlru, l'ekln stripes, Macs: silk, GUm and Vrowt Xomus, a UanJume Lint claimed and negligently cultivated because of Wearen A Ktan notes and accounts Sheriff 8, II. Baughman hat purchased and designed for th old resident. velvet, velveteen, At., Ac dwelling, ahula up In Jill a man distinction, and cHiULVuVry. of nrnotenea from a market will now be sorrel REUULAR LETTER. will be found with Cleo. I). Wearen, after A. A. Warren, dwelling nearly coin- - whose butlncs transaction were making of Capt. T. O. Moore the chestnut Canton Qinnels, 1,000 yards bought July bountiful frultfulne, that time they will be placed In the hands pleted. The turkey trade which had subsided ttiinuliied tu a tinco which lime they have advanced useful one in the community. It it hone, Waynesburg, for $75. him while capital and labor will unite to turn lat, jwaeia. One, tBIENDSTKAT of some one of more MOULD ALSO HLM1NDUY From July 1 to December 13, Well- - for a llnic.'haa broken out worse than ever. W. F. ltaney, dwelling, under contlruc aald that Arnold barely escaped the fury sci from one to two and a half cent per yard. t I AM NOW port 89,901 They were formerly "old by weight or by lo gold, by mean of the alchemy of two, or Ihre yeare time will not be toltr-ate- d lion. Wo propose to give our customers th e ad the fact that he waived an luond.Va., shipped to foreign of a mob, and "the settlement of our buslnem. notice that Jim Green now ence and Industry, the crudest product of In the head; but I examining trial (how that he preier to barrel of flour, valued at $019,333. Death rom Unnatural Cai'sq. couutry. At an evidence of the Im vantage of our early purchase. ! Buch leniency need not beeipecled. Dr. T. U. Montgomery told, this week turn them into a lot and cttimatc them the of Come at last Ihoae extra fine home During the year there occurred In Lincoln ttay In Jail, at leatt for the present, In pulse the road It giving to the busine bull by the acre Beaxley a thoroughbred Miles. Many of our to attempting to ctiaimg uit to Murphy & A fellow named llowiie, line deaths from unnatural causes, a folpreference Man Shot. made boots, with top we have obtained one or two Col. Jauiioson haa made up for F.S, producer, Knightly, dam, link Rose, lOtl EVfcUV IltM IN THEVANCY 1.1UX FLV innocence and consequent release. The calf, lire Sir with a party of lit friends went tu Pan-vill- a low i Thus: J. W. Allen A Co., have, customer have bt.cn wearing the tame UNE ANO CXIN1LIJTI0SLHY Kauflraan, a large lot of lupcrlor saddle. livery Wednesday, and after lui Feirell waylaid and wives of both men have been prostrated for $50. for twelve months, Junction, Jan. I7lh, John luce the fint of July, shipped on the C kind of boot Wm, F. Evar. told, last week, to Ken- The Col. I a Republican; but probably freely, raised a row with killed Oeo. W. Pulton, a peddler, lor since the deed, and ll It thought that they !ovk at them. blbtng pretty S.mlnly from Huslonville Station, thiep plr warranted. on.isaxs, leuoxs, aiuronxi.i head of cattle the best workman In Kentucky. If nedy A Ferguson, tlity-fir- e Jury gav hliu a will not turvlv th shock. a licit Webb, a brcakuian, end without which a Under-hearte- d and cattle, 159 car loads; bog, about 30 In clothing, we eau aay without fear of luin, UMja Grapa, limanat, China Ay cwl. wont advertise, mark the fint two line areraglng 1,584 lb, at $4.50 out his pistol and shot hliu llf term in the penlteullary, Instead ol cauae pulled car loada. Tlielr aggregate freight bill up contradiction that we hare the beat and pta, JrwA Pyufcrt, SJU Ajentiff JinpnM t fllKllf.lUl. with a any how. Danville Advocate. In Ike lliljh. There bring no one to arrest stretching hi neck. fair oheapett stock ever oflWesl tu the people of CUrantb, iluia and t'anty CWy, Tiiun", Samuel Given, whose thkneu waa lo Dec. 1, was $1,080. Tills it prill A. D. Root, of thl city, told to liAtoN Dououta. On Ih 38d, Wm. bint he went liisurely awar, and Is allll at from lis largest Jan. 20, Wm. Wayue, in Ih upper end front one concern In a tingle Lincoln, buying illiw Data, JTji, Jfiu, Offren, Owreaf, Hutchison, of Garrard, a bunch of extra announced laat week, died on Monday ialrouag Iiason to MIm Mary E. Douglas. Webb Is not teriously hurl, but Ida of th county, wat found dead. large. ... . nunuhetureralntheUnMval Klale. Ill at a little Statleu In th wood Gmanult, ChoentaU, iMiy EU40TT Laur. On the 19th, Mr yearlings, averaging 1053, at 4 ceuls. They night, the2il Inst., aged about 70 year. line,H.Smllb A Co., have shipped mainly ooiiredeal by every one at all familiar with wound is a alnfnl one. 1'.', W. 0. l'owell waa killed by a log Feb dnt Oat ileal, CWid Wheal, UueMuxl Till community, the entire county, will W. were yearlings and hard to beat Asiury Elliott to Martha Iayor, a rolling over him. wheal, the clothing trail, thai clothing utade In from the aame point, sinee July lat, JUilkMUtuiNil Hour, ltclla, IUt Applet, IrtMrm, Jem, tub 1'oub, Numerous Commissioner W. (1. Welch told Ihe feel that a good man baa fallen, listen-tlallmaldeu. April 23, Thoa. V- - Cleary took lIsou do. 20X) aes lu tmall lot; Ciueinrvali is designed to and doe fit Ihe Muu Meat, AppU VuUer and klud friends remembered us wllh an lilt an honest man upright in all hi 07 car loads; AlWTlN Al the rciddinc of farm of John Fye, on Ihe 19th, lo J. J". and died at Itlchoiond Junction. tur Southern people better then dothlng made corn, 0 can; walnut lumber, 2 earaf Gaadt of fiery Kind and IVm. d tu airlstmaa dinner. Including Mrs. a good neighbor1 a kind acre. 1 1 wa United dealing father of Hi bride, Mr. JIc K limey fur $20 Aug. SI, Henry Alford, colored, killed Geo. W. es, offer (30 doien rlsewhere. In full worsted auit. we Trueheart of Ihe CollrKe, Sir. 11 II. an Indulgent father a leadfat key. 300 head; lege, 70 0 Au.llu tu MIm Hannah J. on Carpenter' Creek and contained 250 Archibald etch:) hide, 75, They era also receiving tew exceedingly ukee good. Our low- Uurntlde of the Myers House and Capt. br IWlFlsh, friend a sincere christian he fulfilled acre. Aug. 12, J. II. Lucas waa killed by J. 0. Kate. nearly ready Cur priced auit are ant in the latest fashion, Come and tea m, Thoa. Ukl.srila of Ih rl. Asaph, but a devotion; and at th dtKit, and have Walter Blackwibv.0u the aJ, .WlNuunrER Court. About 1,000 cat. hi mission with uiaiktdended he calmly thipiutiit, 100,000 ttave. The above are nicely trtwuied, well uude, arxl Inn an Lookat ourQooJi, press of work prevented the acceptance of Johnston at Huslonvill. rk wu some better than uua! when hi Aug. 30, (leorg Bauudcr shot and kill- - by Iter. J. H. films, Mr. Henry 0. Waller lo ll on th market, Merely a temple of what I being llie apiiearaue Get onr Low Prlcei, of finer good. In tjver- any of theiu, uiuui to our regret, uur nus. percwtjcoal, 1,100 lo and trustingly ceased from hit loll. Mr. oflered MIm Bailie K. Blacketby, a pretty young Ilesl cattUbrought $! And be convinced at thlt point. Of cure elbert pautt, w have every thing, from a cheap Inesa Manager and wife, however, accept- eJby W.8.Mytrt pound eallhj brought $3 C03 85 per Given watruarrled twice. Ills first wife, thlpp) 1,200 BepU t, Jno. Lewlt, coloretl, waa run lady of 17 summers. sheep, hogt, lumber, Satinet up ta the finest ChlnchJIlt or EngThat we telltho truth. ed Capt. Itlcbirda' Invitation and thorE. A. Montgomery, lived but a few have tldpped cattle, Mr, Ah-n- cwl.; yearling, lair quallty,$2 753 25, one MI McKln-ney'a In laiuisville, next Tueadty, ttaves, a little brandy, and a very large youths' lulu oughly enjoyed one ol the uiagnlAcvnt din- over and killed by the car ucar ErLrfnuLCti month. He next married Mbu Nancy mount of tobacco. In fact, almost any lish worsted, Inbojeand will lead extra bunch telling al$3 50 per cwl. Chenaull, of thl County, Btatlon. ask juu tu ners that he knows so well how to spread. ThompLouisville cattle are quoted at 31 to 4 J Burton, a daughter of Ihe lat Ankle thing utoul. no matter how eumbeetome, we simply UK0. 1). WKAHKX. Nov. 13, Thomas HalfielJ waylaid and to Ihe hymeneal altar Mis Ulllo toi-i- r you will buy. by rati. The Captain l a natural born hotel mm aa city for good to eilra shippers; 3) to 4 for best Burton, cf this county, who it now tick. it in icaeh of market murdered by Aniil aud (Ulllt Frederick son, a handsome bell of that all of hit palrout will testify $t Jinlfrior oiiri.;.I. KY. y 1, Mr J M tin --el ton, we Irsrn thst thrre have hern eleven permm barltal In the IbilWn LVimtsey (lira rear, tight adults year the mimWr ami tUreeelilMiMi. was ettltleen, fwilrlfi ailHlta ami fcwr wllilren. Hi Ilerxlrlrli-- rri, rnicjir. u in It Dr.TUTTS Expectorant "Iiitei lt lr Ira, ttt Idl' J. f,H((lf,tlMiT. 'n, Ir rlhln 4 lllt !) UuMJrltajo at id TUTT'S PILLS TUTT'S PILLS TUTT'S PILLS TUTT'S PILLS TUTT'S PILLS TUTT'S PILLS TUTT'S PILLS TUTT'S PILLS TUTT,lSP'jLLS lluutll(lJ TUTT'S iau i...l hrt D. WEAREN Fancy ,- Iui.ahu ni.ll. Stanford, Kentucky. LIAIDIIIEISI! Finest Assortinont Exhibited in lf Lf jruii IIEA1MIUAKTJ3KS ir Lt (hd lr eitiu.lhitur Jm Jfc &t Jnleiior journal. 8TAMTOBD, KY. Friday Morning, December 20, 1879, ; IMr. M'i A nf Cwiipi-e.1 lint for thr Htiiirla filtl: Waciiwhtox, December !W. l'on llcauty needs noaM, It is Its uwn advorale, ai it la "Its own cxente for; grew met in the second session of Ihc Congress on tho 1st day being." It rides upon tho necks ami Forty-sixtTho Senate met on shoulders of all flesh. It is every of December. whero oucen. And Ibis is why wo thirteen days, and tho House on fourwisli to pttt In ft plea for the plain teen days. Tho Senato devoted exacta mdhuaa'smka; l.lnt ttf I7is Hlia Here. TrratrA n Courier. After Ihrlr cnptnre. Ktilnt arrrwr Journals I have in ray pos Motion n rostcr,a)or list, of the names ml rank of the officers of Genl. John II. Morgan's command, who, while prisoner ol war during the "late un pleasantness." were confinoil in the Stalo prisons of Ohio anil Fcnnsyl vania, instead of tho usual military prisons. They were principally Ken tuckian, anil as it may lie of interest to some ot your readers. I ciro it to you for publication. TIkm confined In ate State prlann at Colnmbua, Ohio, were i BrlfSillf r (lanr r- I John H.Morgan; Col. Badl W. Duke, 4t Ky. Caralry: - R 8. ClaiW, Slli " " " D.J toward Smith, Slli " " " It. ft Morgan, 4lh " " W. W. Ward.Ward Tenn. Caralrr, l. Coleman, 8ih Kf. Caralrr. " " J.T.Tockrr.Tlh " a .Major " " " W. (1. Owen, lOlh " Steele, " " T. II. WeMr, 2J ' W. I'. Elliott, Dirlaion (Way. " " II. A. Uigur, Opt. H. R William., I'. II. Thorpe.W C Shane, F, V. Chatham, TIiok. 8. Mor- n, atafTolficrrn. Units. J. Ii Cole am) T A. Mortlanri, UK a oi ricrna. 2d Ky.Calry-CaPu.1t.8hM- on, &W. McMnn. 2.1 Menu. T. W. Bnlllll, Andy - " H.tfBullock, V. 0. Bullelt, Slh Cth " " " " J.H.McCrearT,7lli Tho. It lierrj. 3J Ky. Car.lrjr -- Uf.U. K. I). Wanler, rear? a second man, and when a stage came J II. Wolf, J. II. Barker, M. I). Logan. When you tto a cat running mortality. Babcock may render bis country as along shouted: "Throw out that box, Mil Ky. Catalrj Uapta. C (1. Camp-around furiously, it is a sign that tho 111, U I), Hollowald, Alex Thoman, F.W. good a service as the skeleton tendered or you aro a dead man 1" Tho driver crockery or glassware is In danger. Coniua, J. I Jonea, E. K. Dawaon. lat dropped the treasure box, which conWhen you drop a knife and it sticks the anctcntSc I.leut. J. M. Bowman. The presenco of Babcock at the tained $320 and was glad to get nway in the floor, it is a sign that some one 6th Ky. Caralry-Op- U. It. I). Logan, is coming. V. 8. Klwanla, M. B. IVrklna, II. K. Bob. If you are a small boy, Republican feasts reminds the country with his life. ert, E. T. Itocheattr, T. II. Shank, that some one may be your mother, of the rottenness nf Grant's AdminisYou are a coward, if afraid to tell C). C Mullina, 7th Ky. Caratry-Cap- ta. and her coming bo to remonstrate tration. tho truth when you should do so. You J. W Mitchell, B. H. Barton, I! A. Tracy, A more vnluabto service could nut with you with her slipper. GROCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, nro n ctmard when you inault the Gut Magev, J. S. S. Dicker. N. Y. Sun. To dream of a wedding is a sign of be rendered. weak. Yu nren cmvanl il nlraid do 8th Kr. Caralry Cipti. John B. Hunt inauition. er, T E. Kaatln, J. 8. Ambrone. Next year bring, aiml her I'lveiden- - rijjlit, if vim tlnink from defending To dream of a funeral betokens too lial eleclixn. with ull ita nlleiHlant ill. 'your npinbm, from 9th Kr Caralry Capta Tliua. II. Mine, ffiAV (Mlli-TltA Lvu 1I Ma aaaA maintalninc tint iv nmiiv uiiiii nic i iiivi nils sit. tit CI. M IWeuian. uitich pork and cabluge. the diiiui lattice nf trade, lie pn- - which yini Limiw ii U- - jitl mtdpml, all pending in the Home. Measures' , 10th Ky Caralry Jake Bennett To dream nf limling money lielok' motion id fends llie lerrlptnlhm to and ti.ti nrr a oiard If of like character to some of them are i John S. Chapman, J. II. Hauler, K. I). . ens that it is easier to dreim or find corruptiimand fraud. Kovrr Iwalliiie you Liniw certain IhiiiR it jourwlf, pending iu the Senate. There are I, Hockrrwallli, II. Clay .Merriether, S. 15. .... ing money than lo work for it. .. .. n been n time when tho tno lending nnd care not own iIiimii In yourself. Taylor. J X.Taylor, 8. W.Trmfton. To dream that it is Sunday morn- - partica pnuiiifcd to Im mi evenly .. ,e ii . i Ward'. Tenne Caralry Cant.. C L. l n . .i Said nl,l Mr. Wiiexwl : Them ia a Beunett, II. U Kill., II. tlrlffin. J. M. Hence Ir rectus inevitable ' L eu bills were oflercd looking to nn In- , pastngein aeriptur', brulberiii' IbelVi Hooper. suddenly awakened froi 1 (Mill .. lOl". ...t ,iiu la.iiiiius. ..'w..tiib Miiaii uliuoo .1.. :..!.... yuur aweeteai aicep to una mm a is that more bribery, inliiuidatiiin 'nnd imtircsced inn much, verv much : I've). These officer were iu all respects, general deviltry will le oirried in in Tlie.--o will go to the special committee except as to labor, subjected to the thought nu 't and llxnirht nn 'l, nn not Sunday is that is to say, very 1880 than in any election spirit struggling against temptation, appointed joar durof which King, of most rigid convict discipline of the I'm alius thinking ihi 't. ( diireinein- disagreeable. It I. a sign that you ing our national century. may be bravely seeking to beat back Lotiiaiann, is Chairman. The House prison. The officers confined in the licrieat nlmr't i and. theti will bo unhappy. want and dishonor. This is only one passed twenty-si- x bills, and the Senate 111011 Thcninmal edition id I'm!. Tiiv's, mntlrrjeat uhat It tat Iml vmiiivh'i Ml 'SCO Stats prison at Alleghany City, Penn of A great many more equally n hundred illustrations that might seventeen, most of them of n private . sylvania, were : U it t In mi, ihi signs might lie uiveu, but the rea "VicMlirr forecast Hint American ilmu miteii m be taken from the various walks in nature. Twelve or fourteen bills pais 2d Ky. Caralry M Unit. W.T. j.iurm-- i liinHijeh tht- - vli " teur. 1)0 der has probably had enough for one Alnianic r 1S80," lalliisyenr gnsil-nn1111 1 111' Wffl. Hay. 2d Meula.J. 8. Bently, life, if we were making a complete ctl both Houses, and tho President has Ikwiim TruiiMriit. n. to extent .in. I vn- -' day. The man who lielieves in signs Ir improved pica for the homely girls. Iu the Di- already approved a number nf them B. 8. Drake, John I), l'ork is sufficiently credulous to lielievc that ricty nf ciinlenta, nnd mechanical ux We S. T 3d Ky. Caralry lat Lieut. Lit, Conn, vine, distribution of gifts they whu are .rrj that The principal discussion in the Sen A tint idi l.nl.li.l. il F. B. Harria, V. A. Kindad, V. F. Nich. beautiful within are not always beau ato was over the resolution of Mr. our knowledgo in that line, as well as edition nnd nppeanitice. lilo the p.iper. ' V. 1 " tion of over 20,000 copies has been simply and wloly in every other line, is inexhaustible. olaon, L. (J. I'nrdom, J S. Williamaon. tiful without. to ploujo you. We Tho real beauty may Voorhees to.inrjuire Into tho cause of the called for within less than 8 dajs of should ntk St Lleuta. M.S. AlclrMge, II. D. Brown, belong Boston Transcript. you to cotno down to the to tho owner of the neglected exodus of colored people from North A. J.Cliurck, W. J. Halaell, It. B. Haynea, its appearance, and a second larger office II. Oi klTI-lv and edit it, only that if you did II. It. MalM'IIAU. .ranting About the lulme. J. W. Hart, I.).,Meadow, II. C. Merrilt, face. The aged "Sago of Concord, Carolina, while the principal discus- edition was put to press at once. some iniquitous idiot might wrilo to Every intelligent person should J. W. McMlchael, John B. Lltwy, L. D. passionless as a statute, says that a cusston in the House had relation to Newton, J. O. 8hackelford. beautiful form is better than a beauti- tho Ute Indians of Colorado. Who possesses tho moat ancient rel tell you how much better ho could do know how lo ascertain the stalo of the Cth Ky. Caralry lit I.lenL J. P. Webb. ful fac;, nu tho theory, doubtless, that A large number of important bills pulse in health ; then, by comparing ic of antiquity? is a question we find it himself, and that would probably SJ Lleuta. 8. W. Chamber., W. 8. Fogg, R. the former expresses n larger beauty on miscellaneous subjects have been it with what it is when ho is ailing, in nn exchange. Well, e should ray-O- il annoy a nervous iersoii like you. W. Fenwick, C. E. Itlchardt, J. T. Sinclair. within. Wo insist that no might all introduced, City has about a old a one ns I'tick. while there have been he may have somo idea of the urgen Cth Ky. Garalry-l- at Lieut. Jaa. W. Althere Is extant. Sho don't own tho Indiama has the largest school fund corn, John I). Bryan, Y. Porter Crow, P. of us do ourselves great credit if, in many calls upon tho Departments for cy of Ills case. S. Kemper, O. C Naafe, S. A. Webster. our daily dealings, and in many ways, information upon which to base legisParents should know the health pencil witlt which Noah checked of) of an State. It comprises 811, COO, -- iuvKnri:NEi2d Lleuta. 8. Jf. Cowan, I. 8. Chandoin, we remembered tho lives that are lation, so that there will be no drcarth pulse of each child as now and then tho animals as they went into tho ark, 000 in school property and $9,000,000 r, John 8. Hughea, Mike Jewllt, B. F. lovely but lonely, that aro working of imporiant subjects for members of a person is born with a peculiarly but she owns some of the original in the State Treasury, a total of 820- - A Splendid Stock of Foreign & Domestic Cloths & Cassimeres, D. N. M. Saufley, Alf but worthy, of tho owners of the both bouses to legislate upon as soon slow or fast pulse. An Infant's pulse ground that God made before Adam COO.000, or seventy dollars to every Snrber. Oil City Derrick. homely faces. Snltahle for l.'enla' Wear, fur Kail ami Inter, la the is 140; a child of 10, about 80; and was born. child in the public schools. as they reassemble in January. 7th Ky. Caralry lat Lleuta. I. A. Fox, Beauty can walk alone. Tho beau- from 20 to CO years, is 70 beats a ruin W L. Hickman, II. Molea, J. P.Oldham, A Denver girl, for diversion, not Virginia creepers are being planted OLD MATHENY STAND, COR. MAIN ft SOMERSET STS.. STANFORD. (Veil fi Knmtm no Limit. A. A. Rankin, J. L. Wheeler, T. It. Walla. tiful living is lifting thoso that need ute, declining at fourscore. A health' "When the saw buck was invent- ful grown peison't pulse beats 70 times only engaged herself to marry two by the Pennsylvania Itallroad Com 2dLieuta.T.B. Crockett, R. J. Park, J. lifting, Thcro are enough to exalt men, but appointed tho samo day, pany on the s along tho track. ' M. Riddrll. W. Stone, Dudley Tribble, the external beauty. Men make reli ed,1' said the orator, as ho cast a sly a minute; there may be good health Will !llt mill MuUc ClollllllR III IIIC IjVtCl SljIfM HIIll hour and place for a secret wedding It i.ilonn to prevent land slides, and , Jame Terla, Alf Wllllama, B. Waah glance at Elder Toot's bow legs, "some down to CO; ,, ,lei(t MlHlllcr, Hlt (juiintnlec SnlUlnrlloii. ('inline mill gions white and beautiful to win men but if the pulse always with each. I ho suitors wero some will ailil greatly to the beauty ol tliej ItciinlrliiR .M-ull-y I'onr. unto them. The creatcst lament of folks imagined that the limit was exceeds 70 there is a disease, the 8th Ky. flaralry-Ca- pt. W. E. t,"urry, what disconcerted by each other' scenery. reached, but it was only twenty-nin- e is working machine itself out, lat IJenta. (leo. W. Dedlake, It. A. Spurr, one of tho greatest men in the ancient presence, as well as by the girl's ab days before de world was convulsed "Doctor what is to be done? My Sol. Speara. 2J IJeuta. M. H. Birlpw, A. Scriptural history was ; "Tho beauty there is a fever or inflamation somewid de news dat de buck saw had where, and the laxly is feeding on seace, but they finally came to nn nm .lmifrhtpr eeetna in Im nninf- - lillml. nml M.MmWi II. Uiinn, W. B. Ford, O. W. Hunter, J. of Israel is slain upon the high pla..-.., ..- .... her, icable understanding to despise Jonea, B. J. Ijinculer, D. K. Morton, ces," When tho theologian praises sprung into life. After de buck saw itself; as in consumption, when tho sho is just getting ready fur her WIX)l.nil.K A m CVtlo. fhitk an-- l ra.taa. all aUlba al JatUM Morria, 1. 1. Wellington, de horse-radis!!., grater, an' pulso Is quick, that is over 70, gradholiness he talks of "tho beauty of came llalbriggan sits down to his dinner, weddiug I" "Let her go right on, it miiapoaniiw slaafcHMeca.f A.nlnta, Trull. IWl.i. Mc aotoutlksi. 10th Ky. Caralry Capta. T. M. Hum. Imtnala ronrta tarhulia- upon de heels of dis camo de glo" . IL HINKLb millCU CWnea.uri.u.rMtlplaf holiness. The one city in history ually increasing, with decreased chan chuckling mysteriously. "Tell me,' anything will open her eyes, marriage CoraoU. lor MUwllu. aMib, ua.raJ.lmaM itlr.nhl mack, L. II. Peyton, lat IJeuta. W. B. Carriacaa. BucKl.a. w"Ti3laKIUU aA IuiHI.Nnin, Mrra.ail lkn,ww.Uut.i,l.i,u to culture caused .las. Thomp-so- u rious news dat genius had given ces of cure, until it reaches 110 to 120, says Mrs. Balbiiggan. "llicli thing will. Hnl-laiAlbrigbl.F. Y. Brown, H.C. Cromwell, II. ahlf..idlll.Mkw. Oral fur raulcfiwa. us de WIIUNtV A IIA( KLTT. Mlra. ni.tlt'a ltilal IkiprotaU aril. tinkle of de cow when death comes before many days. in our neighbors houso last night Caak.ta. Metallic. to talk of P. Dunlap, P. (1. Eakln, P. B. Jonea. 2.1 II mullta rarta WIJ. Star. lira. IIBU4 ii SJ M-To Take Ink Si-otOut op Lin-is- ;. bell. Some men wanted Cheers. aumllM. IllilUUi HIIITtlacu.dralrra I. , atiaariaal tnd rallroU .. Tba mlafltd Uautlta of eaullloa; llnc," IJeuta. J. W. Hewitt, It. 8. Jonea, Polk Cetton Duek, When the pulse is over 60 for months, Mrs. llalbriggan, eagerly, "Yes and ! .,. ir ,WIWI Dip the ink spot iu pure melted IWim W,Or, H.BU M.H1 .- -. roairaar'" .w, mu -- HIM. "Sba'a leaulirul, aoJ, thtrefcrr, to t wooM," to fold ileir hands en' die, finkin' de and there is a slight Lafloon,J. A. Munday,J. V. McUan.T. Tba latalaaoa Ma.ulMlarl.g l.rullure. rhalra, aaal- cough, the lungs who was the woman? Ilrulo of a hus tallow, then wash out tho tallow and Furnltura. Ireaa a.4 baojlBf. imiana mkhi utMiur aijara aralal. laralUnh says Shakspcare, and tthen a patron cand had come, but genius plumed B. Pieraon, A. It. Prince. XiwUlatunlloa alvaa laoljaraakl frvlahl tvaltarla are affected. There are, however, pe- band Innocently, "Oi his wife.'' MMmha.ta. la! MTUIKAUULINO.IIrorm. IT..I.W. anJ will como out with it. This aroc.rloa. 14th Ky. Caralry Capta. C. C. Corbel t, of a throne was anxious to please bo her back an' lo 1 wo had taller can culiar constitutions in which the pulse Short diuner iu disgusted silence and tho ink V. A. Norrla. l. IMW. Wain, lull, all la aaal f is said to be unfailing. lat Lleuta. Lee Hathaway, wrote an epitaph of a Queen : dles. OVild whoopj.l Licht shone rraiN-raol wowrra to rail kefur. tHirrbaalac. Hawk-Evmay be over 70 iu health. no dessert. If. 8. Pace, W. W. Page. 2d IJeuta. Toderucith tkli atoua tlulli lie CANNON A nVKKa, aadcaal. uilAtttf ,aaj barr ixl.; Ill Mali, in dark places, but it was no time to . amm a coun- Mlltlnerr.Wholaaala, Men are like nn At uuch beauty aa could ilia." ltobt. Cunningham, K. R Peddecord, J. It OTitara. Fllh. Oatna. II. W. SIILLEUA (Vl..rkmanlI'maaliiwaaf Ih ralrl4al.4 lilaiiialar Nothing makes a man so in love A New Bedford woman was told try wagon. When loaded, every kli( Iwua.aJ mala .Sr III WJf liioniaaaon, U. WarEeld. braajaf.iilra,(j.na. Beauty, the "fatal gift," "drans us stop. Wid one wild swoop of her Mraet. Baflliwon. Ward'a Tenn. Caralry- - lat Unit. J. D. with a single hair, and has done since raven wings, genius left at our doahs with purity as purity. Many a roan by a Splratualiit medium that her thing works well and smoothly; with A. IIIIIIAUIMIN, Hoil.l, Plauta, Cut riow.ra, W.illRgl lialaa.Jrut Su.rra. III Mirth Ara,. arar Clrrrn. Hum, tu). .Sulker. 2d Ueuta. T. P. Bridge., U. A. the days of Vathti, the Queen; but a jug with a handle and de wbeclbar has been lifted out of debasing sins mother's body bad been stolen, but nothing iu It, it rattle so it can be Ptauo. anil Oricaua. II. II. UAUIWI.M A m , H raurta Af. IWktr Broa., Ilalara Urol., Carr, J. N. CroMway, W. F. Leathers. II Kraolrk A llarb, IUcbrr.a4lbrr rillabla llaa.a. aUlaf afcl abunl.- Cheers and yells. J So it has against which he has vainly straggled warned her "for reasons best known heard for miles. we commend tho plain faces to the row. rrOrsaaa. I.lrallaalaaur Uliua aaj .lrra ITwra imhaalug. M B. Mitchell, . T. Bucks, V. J. Bellera. atirth Arrnu. to the spirits," to accept the news n. hearts, tho sympathies, the delicate gone. Wo diiln t stop wid de clothes by coming to know a pure, sweet lk aa4 rraoaU I. a. WASIIIlllUN, 111 Faurlb Ar. tlnl-clat- a Byrne. Battery 2d Lieut V. P. Peak. If brooms are wet iu boiling sifds rhotocr.ptia. tlrra. OM lrtutTa waJ at. la Ia4la Uk, waltrrwlwa vr rrafca. pin, but sprnng fur'd to de ha'r-piIt is the sight of embodied without investigation. Hut sho had The officers confined at the Alle- kindness and considerate judgment of will liecomo very the pravo examined, and found thnj otico a week, they de stove handle, de jack-knifde goodness that make us want to be Knq. ghany State Prison were more fortu- men.-Ct- n. tough, will not cut n carpet, will la.t dictionary, lager beer; an' good. Many a mother by tho quiet thcro had been no robbery. nate than those at Columbus. Aa far much longer, and nlway sweep like a Luck and Laiioii. If the boy odder spliutei of genius too many to uscfullness of her life fills her child narrow-guagas possible and consistent with their who exclaims, "Just my luck," was There aro fifty-nin- e new broom. 1)0 like her that tnehshtin. We shall nebber stop. ren with a desire to safe custody t bey ere relieved from truthful, he would say, "Just my roads now in tho United States. One Ill makiiig any sauce put the butter What am new dis y'ar will bo oe de makes them in their turn unselfish. lino is laid with steel rail. Fifteen the rigors of convict discipline, and I" or "Just my inattention 1" nex. Genius will not be content wid There are obscure men nnd women aro laid with rail weighing fifty pounds and flour together, aud )our sauce treated as prisoners of war. Col urn Mr. Cobden wrote some proverbs will not bo lumpy. . . i replaciu' de bed cord by springs, or de who hardly in their lives utter a word to the yard, the remainder with rails lius was fn the Military Department about "Luck and Labor." It would stage by de locomotive, but will go on of conscious teaching, who, by their to forty weighing from thirty-fivcommanded by Gen. Burnside, while! be well for our boys to ueuiorixe : MAIIUKTH. and on and on, until buttermilk kan example, do more to make people pounds to tho yard. Alleghany City was In the Military Luck is waiting for something to be drawn from iiiiiatnf. You sen worn, wcro inirch nsctl tho Old ami l.clla-Clotlii- ng every hitchin' post an' around them gentle and truthful, aud Ta. rrtall iIit. fur iwuiLWua, 4r., ara aa ful. department commanded by General turn up. House, bio Loiilsvillo It is now affirmed that not a singlo seven cent sugar scooped in from de Christ-lik- e than any preacher can do, Brooks. The Department Command ... Oe Hjima, Ui LtaeunlMMkUra iioe Labor, with keen eyes and strong roots of ebery lamp-posIn do lan It I not those who talk about good' stalk of Jerusalem artichoke was ever lUrun, baiua . ......... 10. IjltJ. . .. .... ....! o er regulated the treatment of the pris will, will turn up something. guago of one of Home's grandest sen ness, but those who are good, that raised in all Palistino, and that tho Wlct,u. rbalrr.il 10 oners ot war Iu his department. Luck lies in bed and wishes tho ators, "l'luribut, A..U..... ..TSrttll Canada thistle was brought into tho uuttrr tyllalut unum eum are the light of the world. IS nuaut Whether the difference In the treat- postman would bring him news of a MAititirr Miti:irrN. 10tllla WkllaHuiar. IMIK territory of the Dominion by settler llraaaKuear. digl" Detroit Free Press. ment oi the two sets of prisoneri re- legacy. Windows in Staules. Tho from tho New Kngland State. No IvJuir la to sell kooiIs. .40. AHtll IllUtlU IS. 111 VlmiraF. tull. 1 Ui. Lnrrcl sulted front the difference in the dis. of windows in stables is ono oi Labor turns out at (I o'clock, and C3U) Felt. The British Medical .COSfcl Uarrrl JIIM fWn, Irlaa IVIatora Is nrovMlI." and tlio for position pf the prison keepers, or from with busy lien or ringing hammer Journal gives advice to persona un- vastly more importance than some To Ciivitauzc aitAssiM. Ono (lal, (iorir...... IU lte Coal, urlllrml money. Is tho place to a more soldierly and magnanimous lays tho foundation of a competence, fortunate enough to suffer from cold farmers think. Animals no more than iound best alum, powdered; half gal.uiiUt'Ifr. disposition on the art of General Luck wliinci. feet and sleeplessness, the latter evil, vegetables can thrive in tho dark. lon of soft water; boil until dissolved; lluua,ibuuUlrra . .Ib Itaiwa, tlraraklia. tu alBrooks, the reader ! left to deter- . .. .lOviUe .c Ilulirr Labor whistles. Urd it says, being a natural and inevitable Our long winter are sufficiently try- dip the grass in the solution, and HAKIMS & NUMNELLKY Very Desirable ,IM Itesideuco hours ; kega. Jay wine. Luck relies on chances. consequence of the first. There is ing to tho constitutions of our farm low It to remain six or seven ..I1.M kkll'IIXIIANU Klour.lr UU. ..Hai'.M Whral.ruL. remove and dry in sun. Labor on character. .4M only one cflectual way, it declares, to stock under tho best circumstances, Iteflcctionj Whrat,fbllall,l IWa, -- INNTAMIIIUU of a practical mant .. II W A VERY SELECT LINE II. r Ilballl Bait. Luck slips down, to indigence. warm cold feet, nnd that Is to dip them and an animal ujxm which the sun "We are going to have a bad year, For common ringlxme in calllo Dr. WUlu Ituinr.- - ..lOvJlla lliawalhigar. JdM Labor stride upward to Indepcud into cold water and rub them briskly scarcely shine at all for fivo or six Law say : "Paint wllh tincture of HB2STT 1 must undergo some hurdsblps and CiurfuiKirr. with a coarse towel. This remedy has mouth will come out In the spring ioJiue, or witli n solution of corrosive Qrocories, Provisions, Fresh make tome sacrifices. Kind, I will ence. ltaoua,aUr aMra.11 IUrun,auouMrraWHH.4jf in a bad state of health, even though sublimate 10 grains to ono pint of UrJ. TM. lower my servant' wages. Second, will A Irencb chemist asserts that if at least the advantage of great KIir,lU. IS(H Meats, Canned Hoods, 1 aUu Srr lur rrut laa rrbln4,. auw tatupliHl the feed and ventilation aud the tem water, WhMl, rl. 111 Wbral. ablla .tIJ give uo more tips to tho waiters at mj tea bo ground likecoffce immediately tr llr. 1. U. Mial.w.. Ill, m, aril SaUhr-- l &o. M IJa lira aiij ratoibrlaUa, IXtMraalwa .III Laflfan Jan. I. perature have been all right. club. Third, I will gct'iavited out to before hot water Is poured upon it, it boil the "-- - . 1330c You mutt never attempt tu law. iullrr.. How to find a sheriff oflice. Form f" CuftVaw. in ltrt 1 liry n III pay rah or roods Tur all klails W AJJrnaaicar. Hraamiaw4 A IVa, (iMlauall. dfeneraa often m posibk!,'V-l,a- ris will yield nearly double tho amount the habit of spending all you earn, dressing ot a clear soup In tho stock, Tho Japanese language i a cot J. . Ual(, ai.iiUnJ, k j. . .ILW ll'Hlll aall liar Ffwro. anVII of its exhilarating qualities. W. CH4IU. ofllarlrr. and a little) more. HrN saar a.4ll plete hlemfrlvphlo ayitem. Wbll.aimf fir It will alwnv. diaeolnr the soup. al girls. Tho homely girls need an ad vocate, though they should not. . Ihia ii not altogether n sentimental plea; It is a practical matter that concerns tho happiness of n largo part of tho human race. Let us take, lor example, a single great store, any store that employs a large number of salesladies. The numlwrof sales each makes Is the measure of Iter value to her employer. If bard times approach, nnd there is need of retrenchment, tho girls that sell fewest goods are dis charged. It Ii not necessary to say that tho prettiest face will ordinarily attract most customers. An nccurato account is kept of tho sales made by each eirl In the establishment. Wages paid according to the ability to sell, and that .Is shown by sales made. Salaries afe advanced in obedienco to this rule: and thus the penalty a girl pays for having n plain, homely face is diminished salary or dismissal. Tho business man most, of course, protect himself, nnd this fact is becnuso of tho caprice of tho customer. Tho Strang' cr who walks into n splendid dry goods establishment, or other store, to make n purchaso naturally drifts toward the prettiest face in sight behind tho counter, and as be does so wiper ils the position and lessens tho salary sorrowful, toiling of the plain-facegirl just beyond. A mother just as aged, brothers and sisters as helpless, a home aa destitute of comfort, a heart as warm nnd true, an intelligence doubtless brighter, belong to the homely eir! just beyond. In the law of compensation the plain faces conceal the most beautiful souls; but all thro' this weary life in this thoughtless world tho penalties hanc over the And licauty. lack of superficial when the stranger buys of tho pretty girl, there are other pangs he inflicts than those nf loss of salary or position. The buyer does not know the agony of tho girl he incd t imtrtuiize the tnco-- nn angui-l- i handvimo which money can nut measure, there ts not only a home injured, but n heart hnrt. And, not unlikely, great injustice is done. The plainer face may cover the purer life; and, against obstacles greatly increased by the thoughtlessness and suticrficial admiration of men, n lolly and intellectual ly twenty hours nnd thirty-si- x minutes to business, nnd tho House thirty-fivhours nnd four minutes. Over two hundred bills and joint reso lutions wcro Introduced in tho Senate, and over roven hundred in the House. There were nearly, two hundred peti tions presented in tho Senate, nnd fivo hundred in tho House. During the time Congress was in session it much mora than is usual in the brief time between assembling in December and tho Christmas boli dnya. The history of Congress has shown such n record as the not o passage by t!io'IIouo nf three appro' priatinn billr In tho brief space of time. Tho Senato passed one of tho appropriation bills (Pensions) which was sent to it by tho House. Idler it will take up tho Consular and Diplomatic Bill, immediately after recess. Among tho financial measures introduced wcro tho resolutions in lxth houses early in tho session, declaring thcro should bo no interference with tho present financial condition. As an oflset to that tho Bill of Senator Bayard, to nliolish tho legal-tende- r quality of the greenback, as suggested by the President in his message, was introduced. Among financial measures offered, and which are pcnling, are bills respecting the refunding of the National debt (one oflcred by Wood and another by Garfield); hills to substitute greenbacks for National bank notes ; a bill to restore gold and silver to their full power; one to amend the resumption act ; bills to issue gold and silver certificates and to provide for the redemption thereof; a bill to compel the paying out of all kinds of money in the Treasury not needed tor current expenses in tho redemption of bonds ; n bill to repeal the ten per cent, tax on State banks, and Weaver's bill to issue $500,000,- 000 to pay soldiers the difference be tween coin and the currency in which Kajtia miif rnrtrnl: When the crescent of the yotinit moon rests supinely, ils horns in air, of dry weather, becauso in it Is ft it holds all thus preventing ils fall to the earth. This is also a sign of wet weather, tho explanation in this caso being that a watcrful moon ii emblematical of a water-soakeearth. Don't forget tho sign of the new moon. It is rarely you will find ono sa Impartially accommodating. clover Whoever finds n is generally a liar. It is so much easier to detach ono leaf from n stalk than to hunt for ono with four that the temptation to mendacity is too much for average clay. When a nioiiao gnaws a hole in n gown some mitforttino may be npprc- hended, riio miifiirtuno h.ts nlrendy hapiciied to the gown, and may lie apprehended to happen to tho motie. An old sign U that a child grows proud if suffered to look Into a mirror while less than twelve months old. But when the average infant can see in the mirror to make it proud is dif ficult for any but its parents to mi Jluu .l,i.. Utanfmtil M(eil ,1 lltiillhiif W Few ol our reaJrr. eirept tlm wlioar I""'" ! led Utew there, bar. any hie. f xhh "",tn'!n liaM wt.b-,W-. lll'ant, whlchrmw represent, a c.pt al of $tt,000. ft la owned ami operated by Mearra. It. Haltingly and bl sen K. T. Mattlngly.whoi enterprise U worthy ef much pralae. The wesle n department em braces a full ret of 48 Inch mantifaetnrlng machinery, compiled of three card", 2H ptndlea, 8 loom and 1 Jack, which can turn out 400 yanla of Jeana a day. In addition to this they hare a 50 aptndle slock ing yarn frame, a blanket loom, with a capacity of 8 pair a day, a wanher ami fix tures set of Bolt Card, one 4 riming Ac. The machine; 3 reel, n Flouring department eenatati of two burra, two amut machine, and recently, the proprietor, hare added at a mat vf t00, a particle ef Purifier, whhtli remnre. er errty thlo Iml the pHu- -l fciir. They tun. 1'iit iIiiyt lnrrrl per Irnnr, ami the enrnnilllliM ae-ltrf WIhmW per hour. Wllh the mrii mill l romwelwl . Monitor ienm Shelter, wlilth ran aliella lhnu.iml huahela vr day. To the firm only charge, the mix lot ahellli, thereby enabling llifm without coat, to carry their corn to the mill in the ear, and take it aaay aa ineil in a Terr abort time. The machinery of thla large catahllahnicnl la run by a Engine and llnrf.rt r the Swim t if ,iiiiei. ftr the hlahth .Imilrlnl lllmtrlit. The Appeal enactt for thisdlstrlct aro act far tho 20th day of the term, which will fall on tho Mtb of l'eluinry, nnd aro as follows t Talbot v.. Talhat, laajle. National Dank or Iancwlet, Rlavtn'. trnatee, Aa., Oarrard. .ve, ra. 8a mc flavin. IriMtoe, Ae- -, OirrnrJ. Baldnek v.. Ills haulaeiii, As, (lirrard. DoJda vs. same, (larrard. r. Jennings AoOarrnrd. Faulkner Beit, Ac, va. Ilurnam, Ac., Oarrard. Lincoln Gnunly Qwrt M. Xatleinl Bank of Stanford, Lincoln. Padgett, Asx, v. Mayes Unesdn. Hell vs Turpln, Pulaakl. Tate ts (Iravrs Pulaakl. Bilhklcy ts Itenfm, FuU'kl, lVrrfc, w. Park r. Cor. Main and Somerset Sis.. Desire io express lo their patrons the Compliments of the Season, Ive v.IIarrlMn,A, Patkl. a.aliw'Nj'w A., laM and at the same time to tell them IhI.M, PnLM. XrHI,V., that they keep constantly on hand nrei argument let a large stoejc of P.Hlkner v. mmi, VI, iHtiywaran, An, Ittwrll. The following continued enact .March 10 : for boulavtlle and Naahvllle Uillraad v.. Prtev, Ac. YnHtiui-m- derstand. A red sky .in the West at evening indicates that the next day will 1)0 pleasant, barring accidents of rain, snow and hail. If you take down your shinglo, preparatory to putting it up in a new location, it is asign you are moving. If a hen run across the street directly in front of you, it is a sign that a lian will soon bo on the other side. If she cross over juit behind the operative, employed iminlr 18, all of Hudson Ae Beyle. Brailcy va. Mention, (larrard. Ixichnane vs Imchnane, Oarrard. Oarrard. Francis n va. Wood HetincV aduilnlftrater Ts Ln.V'a admin-tor- , v, The elallih-men- t doe. cnitom grinding, will nuke your wool into cleth nnaharea or ao ninth per poun I, buya wool, wheat and corn, and keeps conatantly on hand, and in their atore, corner of Main and Komcrwt Streets An impecunious young man started the various product, of their mill- -. afoot from San Luis Ohlipo to Sole-daa lull atock nf Fancy nnd StaJe in California. Getting fatigued Ac, Aa and desperule, be resolved to liecome' BAncx'K. Prominent among tha a highwayman. He had no weapon,, arrival, in Philadelphia, ol diliu- - nnd was physically insignificant; but' guifhed persons to meet (Sen. Oront, .tra.W more than made up for appears the name of Gen. Babcock lacks. He built n fire In the I who ever knew a hen Pshaw you It was a custom of the ancients to that wouldn't die right in her tracks iiarailo a skeleton at their feasts. It ZaX-tm'Z- e:; rather than cross one's pathway in his reminded tho guests nf their own im his lial and coat on a log to represent whom receive good wage.. Aa, Oarrard. Tlndall.Ac, vs Bcrkcle, Ac, Oarrard. Pierce va. Truateca of Lanemtrr, Oar- -' rard. Oaslcy vs Phillips Lincoln. CASSIIYIERES, JEANS, BLANHETS, STOCKING YARNS Of tllCU' OW11 lliaiUIIUCtUrC, WlilCll UlO l)OSt Oil lbeaejJ10y WUlTUlll (() 1)0 the market besides these, they have a line of CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, BOOTS V()ll JISTID SHOES In fact, nearly every tiling that C'Jlll ..t "... .nl.t.I. ... .... .... - fr Make them a visit and yon will prices are as low as HUH '()0(lS lth si Call Dlll'diaSCd y..tany where. MARSCHALL & ItUPLEY, OP LONG EXPERIENCE, 3IKROHANT UVITOIXSS a a 'J' ...... ,,., ltlvST IIOUNKS IN XsOUINYIIifisE. l- A THE MANY nANDSOME C Men's Clothes, Boys' Clo thes, hildren's Clothes, nt Hour,..lB Ujr.... IP con, Tiiutn am trutli, right tell It "It order mighty will 'invest your but ...!la FOB 'rr !. .! 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