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OaiOarrtilt await.... a' nit mm I The Interior Journal VOLUME VIII.-NU;MI- njr.a of adtchtimIaMj. Oniiinar.on Inwrttai lM n A llWf l ilMaftkn tWf imrti wlwi.M lmtilw lirgitlrlrrrtlfrrtIIIIV(Nl mt r t Um ' MllailfiMNMIcr(MlSriititfrltn AdffftUlrf Kemt In IftHte.ijmn.WrwfijwTHn'. AnnmAmntferMAnlaKfdmhtiiivl Dfttltt lawTtMrrMefrvwI. OMtoirlM.TrltmtMftriVfprct, Ar , will, tint Hft, MrhntMl th rut of rent! r lit loitfiid f 10 eenti, heretofore. 00 JElt f.a OH, aae xrar ... .11 M A4rtUIH(rilMrrliliklMl'lHrtllMi Ii5. The STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, flirafilin 1880. riilRCH MRICTIini. WUOLE NUMBER J. It J3 AmST.TtitT itwrth flmr, rwtor. tVrtlff im Pmtrxl Pwft.it, imtfiring avht M hitthi. mtrr McMing trtfy WfMRtw.ii; aftt noon. Phi! fthool it A. u It. K. Jiamrv, 401). OUIt J01I OFFICE IS COMIUETF. laararapartlfaUr) in4 ear Job knavlarffH lha kaal In Iks Mat, ruvTii Is se rrtmunltlkallmaa. TIIK KHVTY HTtWItlSU. mhl A ad till wra4ai lf rhlkl. rvnMklM lua, iwr.1 " Tara f U faur laaatr Ta.'llltla J klaol kl 0l ! Afel Ikr-- lttr ll I ! l altal. lint Ih. RMthf f il kj thi ckmlai Art, Tl loaf, kHM boar, la warp, '- - lhaaa, (l k ll tlra. I Ik t a. luorlr 11(11 kMr krf lk Ta iralk.l aMa -- Oo an ;.r - fi a. ear keen, wtr. Sltr--I IkM krw w kaper--k A el eiJittl('Ut.f key A l.f d.a lips r. lrf j ... llkkl llk ) It, , . i ' B41 e. U (oaa- - Ik hiker, Mr4- .nJ I ln , Bk. kwkej .1 Ik. Tke AtlkalllUeUrleknl. elr ilutklnl, lkr , . Tkr M Ike I4MIWI lllMkn l Jer I 0 llill Ike le.arrt ereef Lew. ". Ire len la lkl (Mrt lk nww ea. rvU rl Jerk. Bkeina,ieJkere.f ltl.hkie-lleeUSee tall Jgw tkra eke1 leere, Aeellk Wetra km! eeJ lreMUIe lira Aa.1 A i vee.awl a tee-rkir- lellej lee 'Will r elejl. .p.rk r t tf irer 1o aif kal4nJ JIM Tke waif kat e.lcWJ ear oW." '. a a r V bo I MMH- iraaa, H.l., aetlU.nill.Urellk Ml.kl, kaul kal AM e, e. a I a , e, ar la It W.lW-rfAaJkUllllW.UkMi Hm'i TWfa k iuul, aiai kk) IVc ka ru.ke.1 wlkl ka AaJ II kaarlf cluka4 kaf kl.lrM krait i . VfklMllllla If KlU Kllalla nam raarf JU IM al(kl Ilka ki flj' e, 7 llllla alorklM U ta ja Iklak U' Uckiiaa.wt'ra yaw 1t.lUkU'a(lJ"at ' kairl jl.i )' 14 '' f iilcht. Jilt j tho olewnmmi rTasrriniliu'upile butcher-knifla cut T'-Ie rrHmrMf. kfioek ou'tlie hVr ionil.'Jar' crlnl ilob, lpgi0i the, 'ffeldeDt ,of Lo IJmViilCluliitl'anKllM Hal) grew ijuitt. "It wanlo ole man Moelicr, ai,' I could xxi riuht awsjr (bat tie JidqV M . Ill lKoiiii' ipitriU. I all knot" tie ol man, an' (tckoiTou lie anl an' liuhl-irorkl- Vel t do wim oU--r to are livneaU Ufu't lil. ton Iluiiyailut. Dat lttin-yail- i am a Merful bod buy an' I knowa II, an' tie ole man be aot down de fbjr.linil nrnivi wbfi n'(ti!e be could no lungrr control de bojr. Ve, bo aot dar on tbe aige of de wood-bo- x an' cried like n cbile 'caute jlat HilrtjSid.1 )iad ciim'lwmo aii AibrJ aroun', an' axol fur luonejr, an b'd butt tho bull family or Lev it. I nx Vm how oH ile Imjr war, M'aaid lrf.J an' bo nffol.Mi 8 axpJ bun lSw much trie boy weighed, an' he looked up at de ccilln' an' laid about 120. Den I liuibed tho teaket-tl- o furdcr laok oo de ttovo na' I went fofTifienlt min jQiko a ileatuboat iplothuu'." De ideal, of a like (lit runnin' de liouio made me mad all de way up an' down, an' 1 told Mother if he didu t go hum an flop Uiu Hunya-douter hU bulea and den mop htm arotiu' till bo cried quit, dat ha mult never darken my gate agin. lie got he wenl, au' I wua elm behind up-ahim, Dat boy was till In the hduw, bluffin' de ole woman roun' an' kick lu the' dng under de itove, an' de opportunity wai all dat could bo nxed fur. Do le man Iwunccd In, walticd up Ui the wayward chile, an' de way he made de fur lly tickled me all obcr. When I left do winder IIunyadiK war wipin' de lean away wid ono hail' au eat in' cor pucakijaiwilli de odder, au'de ole niatJMirlTaewh haren't kcii on bit face) for uber sov en yean." After fliejjpplau.e had ubiided, the l'rcldeut'contiiiuel "Treat your boya kindly an like a fpfWHl fiulili.r aliniilil. lint. VfliAtl a Mn (STrie Klla do big bead an' eniacine kin run de rabooio without Uelffrom de ole folk), an' dat ho am muter of bit il.tya an' ulghti, tet right down on him like a bag oh narnl fnlliu' Iroui the rmil'topl Iet liitii know who nwni de cabin and who briugln tho Detroit Krco lren. dl Having determined to furnish Its which some wifo man writer fur the renders with n Christmas story nfmoro ncwspaiers, mefiil rules nhlch are than unusual merit, Iho TViXime nmdo intended to save human life and allewith Mr. Froudo for arrangements viate htininu sttlTeringT There is al ono of hit matchless literary gems, ways much practical common rene in paring no cxpeno (inside of 87), and them. Here Is n batch, for inttittico, his Iho pleasure nf publitbiiig that has got iUelf Immortalized and it: made good for eternity bf getting into I. the "patent intides." Within the dim recesies of a clois"For dust in tho eyes, avoid rub- - tered chapel that formed part of on bine, aud dash waler in them." ancient castle whoo turrets nod pin' Tlifs is especially useful when you nacles shnno like Herman silver tooth are onitho cars and there Isn't a drop picks In the calm, cool moonlight of n than winters night, knelt a maiden, and at of water in the country nearer the engine or tho next lake, forty-threthe light streamed through tho tall miles behind you. windows that skirted tho npnrlmcnt it "Itemnve cinders, Ac. with t lie fell on a face of surpassing loveliness, mint of a pencil." That face wns the girl's and across We) never aaw that operation tried it now and then swept n look of anbut ouce, and then it was successful. guish which showed thai there was lie also put out his eye. something gnawing nt her young heart "Ilemove insects from tho car by like a cancer-worcorroding with tepid water; never put a hard Instru- iherust of mifcry the iniiT portals of ment Into tho ear." her soul, and plowing up her young Yes, that is pretty advice now isn't luco with the furrowsof care. it? 'Support an Indian peace buililenly alio huricil lier laco in gets an insect in his car her delicate hands, on the forefinger when ho is iut in Colorado, Is that of ono of which rpnrkled an almost nan to suiter until ho can reach tho priceless gem. A convulsive shudder Mitaiwippi river in order In get pisiol through her frame, causing it enough water to fill bis car? tn writhe as if in the agony of despair. "For light burns dip, the part in What could it mean? culil water ; II the skin is itesiroyw, Suddenly a voice was heard out cover with vaini'h." side, and the hinges of tho drawbridge A beautiful spectacle a man would creaked mournfully as tho warden let present flip had goue up on a the old thing down. A aouud of foot lollcr excursion In n steamboat race, steps followed, and a voico cried, and had como down reatded just "What ho; within there I enough to make two coats of furniture li. vamlsh a necessity, according to this It was a solitary horseman, and he admirable rule. had got safely over the brow of tho "Before passing through smoke take hill. III. a full breath and stoop low." Quickly Springing from his foaming Just Imagino now what a circus a smoking car would present if every steed, tho Knight rapped loudly nt man who entered it kept that rule the door of the castle, which was open pi-tc- d In his hat. ed by the maiden whom wo saw erst "Smother a fire with carpets, .vcj while In the cloistered chapel. Willi a glad cry she fell into his waler will cften spread burning oil and increase the danger." ulster, and his good right arm tight Thati well enough, but when a ened around her waist until at least man's house is on fire and burning two inches of slack could havo been faster than three steam engines can taken up in her corset strings. throw water, ho hasn't tbe time, and ffdfUoolly the money to buy a whole was Sir Ilogcr de Hugger, and carpet store to throw over tho confla- the inaidcii was his affianced. V. gration. And we don't suppose any One more inueezc, and ho looked thing less than a tapestry UrussclJ down into her clear bluo eyes. would do anv pood. I ".For fainting, lay tho body flat." "Didst think I would fill thee, la Now, that is a good rule ; there Is dy?" "No, CJawge; you know I could so mo sense in that. Ikcauso if you are careful to lay your body flat be- never bclicvo you false, but that nas fore you faint, ll may tavo you a ter ty, horrid little flirt next door said us sho'd bet you wouldn't come. Uut rific thump when you fall. add to this rule tho advice, never faint you luxve conic, haven't you, darliug." IIo said be had said it with anothon a ladder, or iu a balloon, or on tho lop of a church steeple, or in front of er hug. VI. a runaway team. It isn t sale. Then tho lady grabbed her things "Suck poisonous wouuds, unless your mouth Is tore; enlarge the from the hat rack in tho front ball, wouud, or better, cut the wound out aud soon they were cu routo lo see Mnrlmt." Don't you lovo tn rrnd the maxims "l'rif fhlrrttn Trlhimr nr-- Mrrtii .Tfrii. Nome rnrtm .Ibmit Atimtrnlln, Australia with Tasmaula, Is only n The Ilostnn J ffrail tells the sub lit tlo leu In area than Kuropc. The joined story i A North Knd firm cm hottest clinmto in tho world proliably ploys thirtr-fivgirls in making coats occurs In the desert interior of Austra- ami other clotliinc for somo of the lia. Cnptniu Stuart hung a thermom- larger house further up town. Theso eter on n treo shaded lioth from sun girls, moved by tho generosity char and wind. It was graduated at 127 acteristic ot tho Thanksgiving season, V., yet so great was tho heat of tho took it into their beads to tnako the air that the mercury roo till It burst two members of tho firm a present, tho tube, and the temperature must Thirteen girls gavo (I apiece, and tho f wi?Tini?niiftii. OIinilTIAM. Won.hlitl.TihfTMrMn(Un J trr IjotV Ur. ITnurhlncbr IJJ J Jut mi on llm irtil TbIM lonl'i fHtt. M1M17 School m JOHN H. CRAIG, . "WITH sum rin aiMi. rtTfnnrf, J. R Ki, Wf-Tlf mtODtSTaBOUTll-IU- T ,ii lor iwrTirrti(TtT7CUDaaTtiioriTiniin4nfiii. iTiyff AlrrUnn ThnrUr night. KuntUy tVbuo. m SHIPLEY, CRANE &C(). WHOLESALE DEALERS IN . o. Dini drhool oaikrnnirriufnit thus havo liecu at least 128s V., apparently the highest ever recorded In any part of tho world, tor over three mouths Captain Stuart found tho mean temjieraturo to lx over 101" F., in the shade. Nevertheless on iho Southern mountains and lands three feet of snow sometimes falls n diiy. Snow storms have been known to last threo weeks, the snow lying from lour to fifteen' feet in depth, burying the cattle. Australia U a laud ol drought and flood. The annual rainfall at Sydney has varied from twenty-twto eighty-tw- o inches. Lnko (Jeorge, near (Joulburn, wns in 1821 twenty mile lung and eight miles broad. It gradually shrank till In 1837, it bo- cnmonuiloilry, ami its lioltom was converted into n glassy plain. In 18C5 it was a lako ngain, seventeen feet deep; two years later it was only two feet deep; and in 187C It was twenty feet iu depth. Melbourne Argus. Ilitor. IT K t 10. John W. Ikat, sum was increased by others to 822, (laTnghU. -They choose nil album fur each mem IjnKHRYTF.UtAN. NOtlTIl -- IUt J. ft. IUti, (VoooJ Dj Fourth Bud her of the firm, nnd look a suitable d;i. uofDlrif ihl Dlght. Nos. J)S ami time ono afternoon before Thanksgivnoms. ing to mnko the presentation, which Mimiuv Kiiiri.F.y, teemed to bo gratefully received by IHJIUY I. UMNU. WILLIAM gllll'LKr, the two iiartiiers as n proof of the kindly feeling of tho girls towanl 8TANFORD KY. them. Hut to the astonishment of the employes, on tho next pay day, each girl had tho pay of half an hour, the timo occupied in making tho presen- THOS.mCHAslDS.rron'i'. tation, taken out of her week' wages. The girl havo quietly accepted the OFEKED TO THE PUBLIC TEB. 22nd, 1678 snubbing, but tho affair is rapidly be coming tho town' talk. ITIFltN. X lea HamUr TlRERDYTeniAN. BOUTH.-- it BOOTS "W- - AJSTID SHOES 100 West Pearl Street, ST.ASAPiniOTRL, Cincinnati, Ohio. OZRiICr., & COMPANY OF J. & l; seasongood S. m a In his new book on "Whist," Cav endish gives an admirablo method of hutting up n nuisanco who is to be met with at threo tables out of four. This is tho "If you had" partner, who, after every hand, informs you that "if you had dono to and so, wo should havo mado so nnd so." This is the remedy : "My favorite retort to Inm is to ask lum if ho lias ever heanl Ihe story of your uncle and vournunt?" If ho hns, ho does not want to hear It ngain, and is silent. If ho has not, and innocently fall in to tho trap by expressing a desire to hear It, I say, in a solemn voico : "If your aunt had been a man she would havo been your uncle." PARE, $2.00 PERDAY. CENTRALLY LOCATED. i-tlil ' IMPORTERS CIOTJIIN. & AND JOBBERS OP WOOLENS, W. COR. 3d VINE STS., AcooniliKxIntloiiM foruoil CoiiiniurcliU Trnvolorn. Fi-- AT- - JAmn KnAKOKnnoii, LhWIHfthAMIMIIHM), AI.MtFIl HKAbONUOOP, 0pp. Burnet House, Y I.IA8 MIX K. eKAMIN(KM)I) CIIAULL Cincinnati, Ohio. Tin: l'nn ok tub Chinese. The Chinese in California havo begun to go. The steamer that sailed from San Francisco to Houg Kong on tho ISth, took 001 of them to their native land. The ort statistics of San Francisco show that ihe arrivals of Chinese dur ing the year ending November 1, were 0,128, and departure 8,7-Kof whom 0,220 went to China, and 2,017 to Honolulu. It is estimated that thcro are 02,000 (Jhiueto on the Pacific coast, which shows that this population is decreasing instead of increasagitaing, for when the tion was begun a few years ago, the estimate was 100,000. The total number of Chinese, arrivals for tho twenty year euuing December, 1H78, was aud tho departures and 230,4,'JO, Icaths 133,191. At this rate Chin- ceo labor will soon be unknown in Cal ifornia. ncCE Tran.ferred of Charge. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - THE GREAT GLEARIWG SALE Moii's, Boys' and Children's Clothing! -- BV- Propr. THAT OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM it without delay." "Pinafore." VII. "I fell in here four days ago, when the Indians were running me. I am starving. If Bill don't find me tomorrow I will run this knifo through my heart. I can't stand it to starve to death. John Koan, Nov. 1, 1850," wo found recently iu a cavern at Point Hock, Lampasas, Texas. Tbe messago was carved in Capital letters on tbe laco ot a smooth limestone rock. Near the rock was tho skeleton of a man aud near the skeleton the tho rusty blade of a bowie-knifThe lirmi's Day Incueasino. handlo of which was rotten with age. Iu a recent lecture on "Eclipso Prob Tho cavern wall cannot bo scaled lems," Prof Charles A. Young, of without the aid of a rope. a Princeton, said, with rtferenco to the Gen. Joseph K. Johnson was lately observed increase in tho rapidity of the moon motion, that the discovery leu in Raleigh, and a gentleman asked at first to tho opinion that tho moon' him rather pointedly why tho South orbit wns growing shorter, and that ern army did not lako Washington ultimately tho moon would coma down after tho first battlo of Manassas. upon us. More accurate calculation Rising on his toe be replied : "There myscli and the however, shows that there U no danger were two reason of so disastrous a result. The moon Potomac river. I had reached that is not coming nearer, but our day is ago that I knew an American soldier crowinc longer, owing to the friction could not ford a river a mile wide Raleigh ot tho tides upsu tho earth's surface and eighteen feet deep. liko brako, and slowly News. Tho tides act a diminish the speed of tho earth s rota lion. This Old and Well - Knowu Ilotol Still maintains its High Roputation, Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in tho State in its Fare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Onests. t r. "W"i:it:e!:r,scoo- COK. THIItl) AMI .M.UCKKr.STIinirr.N, Slionltl induce yoit to call on tlicBii wlien yon visit Louisville. JDoii't fail to do so. (I. R. Hire., nlll k. ro.v.t.i rrr. orrk.rg.. kprrlil Is ( OMmerrlat alwaj. ll.d nlth tk. rk.l.a.t braid, or Lla.on a.d Heart, Aa txr.llcat Llirrr I. allark.d. Trai.lrr. crnniniiMlxtlA. .id from tk.d.pel to Tk. U.r w 111 b. II. C RUIl-E- MAItSCIIALL & RUPLEY, BIsrELLirolS. IHJOITTVT TAILORS OF LONG EXPERIENCE, HAVE . A Splendid Stock of Foreign & Domestic Cloths & Cassimeres, N. SID PLATT, No. Ot Ills Nlrot'l, Suitable fur (.'cuts' Wear, for Full and iVIntcr, la the OLD HATHENY STAND, COB. MAIN & SOMERSET STS.. STANFORD. Louisville, - - Kentucky, INVENTOR AND MANUFACTURER OF Tlicy Will Cut mnl MitUc Clollilnc In the iJilcut MjIom anil In tlio Itc-h- l .lliuiiicr, mill diinruiiteo NiilUluclloii. Culling mill ltciiiilrliiR Xciitly Dune. JOS. SEVERANCE. THE 'mrrcWl XlrtrJ til MrrtkUitJ. A corrcaponilcut of i.iii mid Hu Ur tayi : A curious incident of tho Wlfole'or'tho'occiJpanla' or1, Vutall full pond being destroyed by a (Lull of lightning is retried from Beck, Urand Duchy of Nntanu. During a vfry'heary thunder and hail storm at uight time, a Hash of lightning struck 'au'waall pOnd'Vell.'ntockod 'with various kinds of fili, the projierty ul tho pastor of tho parish. Tho following morn it) g the whole oi tho flsh nero dtucorereil dead on the lurfaco of the vfater. They all bad the appearance of, If that isn't a lively picco of advico The end. a. for a sane man to givo to healthy peo a fiiatiiii(. .1 Ktml-lttarlrple. Listeu here, don t you do any 'gentlemen Two elegantly-dressething of the kind. And if you get a scratch on tho throat, don't cnlargo It met on tho corner near tho Aries. or cut it out. And if you get a One of them asks how tho other fared wound on the back of your neck, this Christmas. "Oh, very well, ho replied, "my don't you try to reach it with your Somebody will try that some wifo presented me with a beautiful mouth. day, and thcro'll be a bruken ueck in silk drecsing-gown."Of courso you reciprocated," rethe family. ' "If in tbe water, float on tho back, sponded tho other." "Of couive; I always do that. I with the mouth and nose projecting." wood-saw- . Tho ono Now this is tho best rule of tho lot. bought her a new You cut that out she had been using for tho past five U tho boas. That and paste it on your cull, where you years wns about worn nut, aud it took cau always see it. Just follow this so lone to cet wood fur break fust In rule aud you will never dimvn. No tho morning that I used to get bun malljtr if vim alnv ill- llm wilier luili- - err Ivinc in bed. Uut Hint new saw -- jty years, if you will just float on your will help matters along I reckon. The party who used theso heartless back, with tho iioso aud mouth pio- jetting above tho water, you wout words Is ono of the oldest and most re He Wo ilout know wlial wiso spected citiicus mi tho island. drown. nan wrote these rules, but this last nlao sated that the saw cost three dol CJalvestou (Texas) Nows, llurliugtou lars. ono is worth all the rest. .. llawk-Kye- Value of lluua. Few of us are sufficiently avarc of the true value of our iusecliverous birds. From early spring to late autumn theso restless viV ilors haunt the fields and gardens in quest of food, prying into every nook of and crevico where the destroyer our crop lio concealed, a counties host of which fill a prey to their busy search during the seasons of a. a ON THE planting and harvest. Kvery bird Write your name by kindness, lovo SMI .MONDAY IX.SKl'TKMIIMt.MlXT. that Ireipieiit a farm if wo except aud mercy in tho heart of thousands tho hen hnwk aud crow come to of- you come in contact with year by year ALL TIIK UUANt'lim (IK A fer us mi unpaid service, whose im- aud you will uevcr bo forgotten. THOROUGH ENOLISH COURSE portance wo can hardly Wo cau say with entire certainty ar laugbt, M well m A dis- that tho sun cannot havo been radia UniNlUM im Cautounia. MUHIO, TUB liANQUAUKa. DIIAW. (or inure 1NU AND I'AINTINU. patch from Fuirplay reports the dis ting heat, at the present rate, covery of uranium in the Sacramento than eighteen million ul )e.us. mining district. This mineral Is found in llobcmia, but never before discovered in this country a far a known. Tho ore runs liO per cent. Uranium is worth ei.OOO tier ton. One of it principal use is a a coloring sub stance in the manufacture of glass When a dog snap at a fly that ho been fooling arouud him for four or FIno Lines of Men's Underwear. five hour aud misses it, ho feel just like a girl who pour the full tido of her affections over a young man and Stanford Female College. sudJeuly discover that it won't soak STANFORD, KY. in. a a man is known by his They say "a Of courso he is; a man WITH A TDLIi CORPS 01" TEA0UEBS associates." can't associate with people for any IkU Initllullon will open length of time without their knowing ITS TENTH SESSION, him. "AFOM.O "VOKir SIlIItT. JAS. DUDDERAR. SEVERANCE & DUDDERAR. will bo found during 1880 at tho old stand, botlor prepared than ovor sanio to lurnish our patrons with all kinds ol AVo . buvlDglonihalboi!cxaud crumb-lto pieces atthe least touch, just as is the case with fish after being boiled. Neither au exterual nor iuternul In jury could bo observed, tho scales be ing Intact and the swiiumlug bladder The water filled aud well preserved. iu the poud wss still muddy aud dull the niorulug after the storm, as ll the It l!'Lif.L '1T...I.. .1 iigiiiuiUK nau uuiy iiivu anuta, it. i "A.'iu'ari pussing througUil gateway iu tho dark rati against a post. "I wisli.tbat post was in tho lower re "Itct-(c- r gions I" was his augry remark. wish it was somewhere clu), you lalght runagalvst it fgain," said a immerfo or wash It several time iu tour milk or A wiak.iiiiu'd, is.'bko a microscope this will brighten it without which magnifies trilling things, but It is very extraordinary, but it Is whey) cannot receive ,'rtt one, Chester nevertheless true, that it was tho nrsi scouring; it nuiy then bo kcouritl with a wouleii cloth dipped iu Ualie fifclj, pair that alo Iho lint apple, To L'txAN 1JUAH8. on exhibition at Portland, Oregon, a lmtanical wonder known as the '1 aby plant, aud said to bo indiironous to Japan. The llouer is star shaped, having fivu petals of a color. handsome a The calyx encircles aud protect liny little figure that bears an exact resemblance to a nude baby, its little arms and legs outstretched and tho Hovering eves distinctly marked. over this dimlnulivo form is a small cauppy, angel shaped, having extend cJ arms and wings, aud peering clouo The ly Into the face of tho infant. family of plants of which the 'baby is u member produce perfect !m!ta lions, f such they can be designated, of diflerent nuliualf, insects and bird'. Mrs. Mark Il'jpkius, of San Francis- oo, has ono of the varieties, fir which 1300 was aid. Tbe plant grows to be about three feci iu height, wheu fully matured, and when In full bloom will look like a shipwrecked foundling hospital. !. llnbv There was recently A Stitvu With ! Ami. Miss Payne, a Minnesota girl, surprised by her lover smoking a cigarette, Ihurst it into her pocket, set her clothing on fire and burned to death. Thus Interfered to save this Providence young lady from tho natural result of her first sin. Smoking leads to drinking and gambling aud stealing and murder, and had not that cigarette burned her up, iho would have eventually been hung. These deductions are founded on a most excellent tract, which laboriously proves that the only way to escape execution Is to put a lighted cigar iu your ockct. i: u m m m o i i: It AT 10. It is wonderful how silent a man lu Tuiilun. irlm rni from ftf Id f o In In can bo when he knows his cnusoi just miliar mHirliurnlsk 1'rhuftrr, J, lnlrrutiHlUl and how boisterous ho becomes when IM rnin.luijr, ft0,u4 tbllvfcUt't " ha knows ho is In tho wrong. For full jurUiutiri, u lo Hoard, Ac .aJJrwa a a An Iowa woman gavo her husband MIIN, H. '. TlCt'i:illUltrt l'rlflpM( morphine to euro him of chowiug to bacco. It cured him, but she is do- iug her own fall plowing. Stanford, t Unroln CU, Ky. Dry Goods, Notions, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Carpets, &c. At Lowest Prices. ly iu tho pnst, wo promise to merit, by fair dealing in honest goods, oven a greater share or patronage than over. SIJVEUYNCE & Dr. Pickcus Taylor, of Georgia, gavo his little daughter quinine pill She was plump and beautiful, and for Intermittent fever, telling her the ho was wildly fond of her. She haled pills were humming bird' eggs. When stovu to catch him, but, woman-like- , the drug began to woik she fold her him. He was a flea. father with great glee, that tho little When a boy becomes ashamed to sit birds had hatched and were singing In iu his mother's lap, ho Is generally in her head. A Chinese maxim say i NTAlVFOItD Thanking those who have stood by us so generous- Marble Works, DUD DERAIL THE KliST Burlap Uac. ' ' 1IOUNES WOOLFOLK ll. IL II IX I4OUINVIM.E. tjl there is one lime more another when a man' heart overflows with gratitudo towards a loving wife, it is wheu he receive a bill of $50 from Iho jeweler for tho handsmno birthday gift with which sho recently surprised him. so allectionately MiddlvtoMU If "We re tpiiro four things from women that virtue dMell in her heart, that pliys on her brow, that sweetness flows from her lips, that industry than occupies her baud." mod-osty business for himself ono iu bis lap. holding some Wo congratuluto ourselves when wo Perawake from a troubled dream. haps death will prove just such au awakening. lwUlsjLaaltV9VHik G.G. WINE & CO., Proprietors, ILALF.IM IN Transcript. Iu the list of Ueorgia lawyer who havo received big fee, the Atlanta (Ga.) Constitution puts Senator Den. IIIII first. Ha received iu one caso a Ae of $110,000, uf which tUO.OOO was ptld cosh. The popularity of tho ulster I probably owing to tho fact that you can wear it longer than auy other garment. a a. i Foreign & Domestic Marbles CO Cvlunliuik .11.1 fta.aa, all IJts.ai.l O.I.I.U, nptiiHlHrri 01 awhioki. inu. iuim., .u ourourmBl I.Nit LEA Ul., Uriel auiMiiini. Itaalrr. lu cafarta iriai r wall Uanjra.Ur.Mou rrl PI f arte, hvn.1 lur kallt Si Curriacca. llurrctca. Wacom. KtltllA UoiUhMiN, Mfra,.ulUalm,wv. u.ik.l, Ul J a raUUwir. WllIT.M-JAlUCktTr, Wrr.aIUiktH luneiUl luifrvvw. nll Caakets, Metallic, ., UUUSf (Ml nt. MM UU lUVllUM VNMTal psjvtl. Ml-- , la tlttubml nj Bl)ro4 iui0Jc, ,lLMmtt;mTt4U,d4-lvCattou Duck, uirJai(f,tlBlMkuu. Uotki.ttc , culloa Uui.ll lit wldlusj, UHhtt ' Tt lhkltMn Wiuuf4tiuflug lMuiurH turultui, rliilra, Furnltur., in4 tswUlsg. Jtlni iaul kuiuUr tjlr of () Ll (untltufff lyrUl tlsM.tWu glvMi to sulrftt.j firUbl veatrmcU. I'ruvUWa 0 HrMiKAlteitlNU.Uroccrv, u4 Uwt UtrtluitU, Grocer Im, u.h. IM MtU, UtwMa W iihl 41k. , bllltLlw. (JMrl loaw. Ulo, Inviu U U moJ McCoriuickHarvettcn.il .aaaka.aal t.a aaill aapki w vv Btaaait mmm aw.... au. ,aaa. l.a.aa h..H.al,laJ iraiTi. MlUiurr,WliaUaalo, lANIioN tliVKlls, vlwluala mllllncrj aoj tiorjr awali; III Mala, Ir ANIIMHW.OI' a Or.tera. ri.h.Ounia, Plauta, Cut l'lowcr., Plauua auil Oruaua. W MILLLU OO ti.riaa.l .bliiw.ar " u,Jf0,rt.Iiin),l,Ilufc Nothing is accomplished by clipping Ilia twig with tho scuuor of rea a ces and fair doaliuR. Ordora from a distanco prompt, Sho sang soprano sweetly her voico form. Tho nxo inu.t bo laid at the ly attondod to. Satis I loot of tho tree III not tho lotion was like a lyrei but on Sunday tho taction guaranteed. the nto unions, aud thus bunted up tho but tho prubiiig which cure choir wound. I.auMiUr St., 0p. JsjI, Stanford, Kvery heart ha It secret sorrow MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES, ETC. which tho world know not; often-tim- e we cull a man cold when he I Marble Work of all kinds noatly Fbotouraplia, oxecutod. Vino work, low prionly sad. llurUI, III t'wirlk Ata,. lloaia. buj Saaan. .11 II OAUJWIN A 111, M KaurU Ai.. Iwk.r Una., Ilalar. lira. Krwlau AUwk, flUbla Hiaoa. fU.j aajftbaan. aarOrjiaaa, IarefU4.l. out teikj. a4 ilka, arfora rlulu. llnl-clMk aaj leaauul . L. SIVAailBuTiN, IIS I oarlk At.. uuJa m Iu Iu4la lak, vaUrculuri erfi.fua I'll.M. O.l 4iuiM W A UILUAUIWON, iltwg nlaut. aaj Mil Slra.1. llaflluura 'aikllituaaiulialaellli'a Ilia nkbralKl lilaoi.Ur IU U uulima A.llMMAS'HimUTANii UU11VE. rUhtut lr.J r ktvlrMM IWtki lalwr IVvk Ub tlkciHw of Uklraat U 11 rt tut4 Mtbrliu IcAnu4 Ar tun,sjMAi K, M i'l Itlwtvlwix N tk I'alUutirotixM Irilwriii4 ! bikvttMMWfdo Itf luBUl RXJPTURES CURED Uu" mi i i I! -I lose Jamm A (unrckti.. win The llell Seminar Indira hsve fsir absent this week on a visit to his horns in uw jtnT,rRTirirvT. Mr ItlcSanl Chandler, a has represented Ohio in tlin National W Ivgun, ami lake well The arts have Louisville found ami loot Prof Randolph will very agreeable Tonng gentleman from Ib-anoHouse for terms nnd is now Sale ! sing Iho next verse. haa accepted a position In the oflire serving his ninth, was elected by the I The nomination by the Governor rr of Ihe Pine Hill foal Company Rev. Ohio Legislature Tuo1ay to succeed CM. Bowman, ef Danville, as Oomtnlsalen, As Admr. arihseslsls) nlSsmeH (llepfm, iteril , Mr. Venice, or Islington, waa In town Friday Morning, January 0. 18S0. Mr. Thurman in the Senate. His er of Agrlcnltnre, I will, on Horticulture and Stalls. this week. Mr. Frank Vowels, of New competitors, Stanley Matthews, Oov. Ilea, haa hern confirmed by the Senate. Hope, will spend the winter In this plice Friday, January 23rd, 1880, . ir. r. II'.I.TYI.V, i:llnr Dcnnlson nnd others, seeing what tho Some of the farmer arc plowing, and lo attend school... Mr. W. K. Lr, a At lh UO ffMtv nrdrfttlsNti .taml ssm anj s end would le, withdrew from tho InssaV coats have been seen. At this rate sprightly young gentleman, formerly or hilfi.lr. tsMtor.lw.tonf.IH Kl.salM Man- clmre.li, Gum Snlpher, whom Rockcastle has al- IW4 rUlMXTfT ! I1.1i iH'ibHl ft (JovEii.NOit lli.Aikmir.N'a message contest, nnd Garfield went in by accla- the incorrigible ladles of Ihe Oldrf flfOl. refill).. li M with an eye to business, will soon advertise ways claimed as her own, waa In town ttij i n well written document nntl thcro mation. His term begins In March, a strawberry supper. irAtnornRoKKMrnrie, s mini: itofMi Monday night Mr. C Meld, one ol tVTvTtl Promt Mam n.l Young lUrvM, 4 Milk It 1881. in it. Rro many good suggestions (1b, U tttrm nM Ur tVn, I M I hhl of A complete line of telegraphic com the finest gentlemen and best newspaper PhVsOiottt JtiO bl. of Obm, MTfflt !(. of is very evident that neither lio nor hit munication has been constructed along the men In Ihe State, Is 'stopping for a short IUy, liming Ulfiull, te , At. i.KaHMTirKnniyas, Secretary ol State, who .uses "We" C. S, R. Vf, and mesmge have' len sent lime In our town. He has Jnst returned Tn fcf In will, i It Mm tlm, HI al pttMtf oft Ion, atMl IxttiiaTillt was from Cincinnati lo Chattanooga. we Hon. Jolin J. Alnut,of with a capital "V," wrote it, and Through from Ml. Sterling whither lie had gone with a view lo locate...... Mr. John W. Brown Is Tho ap)o!ntl Knrolling ClerV nt Ihe I foil. trains will bo running by Ihe IRth Inst. 83 acim:s are at a loss to know who did. imu.h, Dim. In Bonham,TexasDee.20. Hal leaching a select school In Pulaski county. IVInft thajpnrlM Mil to mine the numta r of jnrors A paper liegink with the muat congrat rtnrlntiatl Pfttathrrn ftMHn Aim 1 'ol ire ami Qnarlerly Court- - has lie May, Infant daughter of James P. and II tf llallwar Thla UM qttailtf, itmrtf Pirn. On the 3rd Inst., at the residence half of II Mm Itftirvwn ulatory remarki to the Legislature Justle, .. ntHnrlral Mrl a. s Annie Robertson been presented anil ought lo Holmes... .In Boyle or her husband In this county, Clementina, m IDT jTtniivviT wr . in liml. uxl lh grnm. about the pace and plenty that every Mil to eonnty, Dee. 23th, at the home of Mr. Jas. wife of John McMullln. A gallant colon oflcrnl Deceased was a 200 ACKIeS UF TlMimtl.O LAM), where- - atioumls, and actually goes so permit female to practice law In this L. Harlan, Mrs. Eunice Maxwell, In the devoted member of the Christian Chnreh. OnntYfnrJw, Dftf ami ftfMlnf t th SSth year or her age. Her remains were .... .At the residence or her fur as to say that our laws nro re- Commonwealth, tint ft iras ilefcatesl. A Hill for Ihe benefit or Ilia Draf and taken to Lebanon for Interment. IHwuoM Benjamin Vook, In thla county, on the 2nd spected and enforced. The latter tmlU of! ihmiW ftsfail MwMtjf PcnsoMAU Geo. C Cohen, County Inst., Mrs. Elizabeth Reynolds, relict or the TTr,onnotM wlthfoml (wntrttr, itn tWIIars ami Inurrat statement liears the oder of its own Dumb Asylum at Danville lias been ofleral ir.D Foe Mima by Mr. Urure aim lilts for the benefit of Attorney of Anderson, la visiting his rath late Jessie Reynolds aged 91. She waa Iromdar ofMlnlrjarilln Hank. smtivr irn aoiisnB.run. falsity. In discussing tho finances of Nelson Maya ami R. I). Lnslt, both or (lar-ran- er's family In this county idimihwiiin poia on Mr. William one of Ihe first settlers In the county. rtwonabUrmtlta laulltarrha)rn. 40&-- n J, II, HKAt), Attinr. the State, he produces tiro lalance McFerran. of Atlanta, Ga., made a flying pvla nr covxtv. sheet of the Auditor to show that Senator Ileny lias presented a bill to visit to his Mends and father's family In HOTEL ! COMMliltCIAL Humrrmtt. Lud Evana has there will be an citiniaied deficit on aillhoriie Ihe calling of a Constitutional the county, this week I understand the colored ball didn,t tho first of October. 1880, of 8G79,-U123- .; Convention on the popular noTerelgnlty returned from Denver, Col financially. pan out well I HAVE It M. Stout and lamtly are In Texas.... to meet which he recommends principle. Thl is reroliilionarr, but Twenty-fiv- e mariage license were Isis Ihe only way we may em expect to Thomas Stevenson, the rounder or the an increase ol 5 cent on tho $100 in make Ihe necessary changes in Ihe Consti- Danville Iiotal, now the Tnbunr, waa In sued by our Count; Clerk for December REFURNISHED AND REFITTED Tbl Uottl In a Iborouf h manntr, an J aw now fff taxes, and the issuance of $500,000 tution. the city this week Mrs. Robert Har- past. psTTU is arrow musii an win maj piinHiiao air, The steam flouring mill of Messrs. worth of bonds, with interest payable Mr. BiggcrslaiT, ot Metcalf, olTereil a ding la rjnlto III... ...Also Mr. Jas. Kin IX A I'lllST-CM- S ji.n.m:u. Cameron and Klinglngsmlth N rapidly y at 0 per cent., redeem resolution opposing an increase or taxa- nalrd, 8r. nearlng completion. tion, but in order that the present rale may able at tho pleasure of the CommisHOCKCAHTI.F. COVXTV. Mr. Roach, who was once well known DIVE ME A.TRIAL1 IT 13 ALL I ASK, sioners of tho Sinking Fund. Taking meet the current expenses, the per ifiVm ot here aa a boarding-hous- e keccr, died last Jit. IVro.rs. M 1JAT-.M- , jlO Ct'M, the Legislature, the aalariea of all Judges into consideration tho frauds practised Elder J. L. Allen, of Danville, will week near New River In Tennessee. 0S-am other officers of Ihe Courts bo re J.T. HAIIIIIH. Uncle Jeff ropplewell has leased the on tho Btato in the way of witness dact! and all useless ami extraragant ex preach In Ihe Christian Church next Sun. Griffin properly adjoining Ida, and will run day morning at II o'clock. claims, and claims for transporting penses, or whalsocrer nature, be reformed Miss Lnlte Clay Begbce Is tull.il for a t In connection with his hotel thn present prisons from one county to another and corrected. It Is hardly necsssary to One-Pric- e "Dramatic and Humorous Reading" at year. and to the penitentiary, ho suggests say that such a bill will not pas. My friend, Sam. Wolsey, thinks the this place Saturday night. The contest for State Librarian will be witnesses re SUMMER SCHEDULE. that Coiiimuuwealtha The Ml. Vernon Academy liegan Ita man who la continually down with tnflam- Mrs. Annie II. Cook, Mrs. ceive no pay for their attendance upon settled fifth session last Monday with a goodly atory rheumatism, hasn't got much "gll-np- 1 ajid Bosh, Mrs. Hanson, Mrs. Mndd IN EFFECT APRIL 27th, 1879. cither the examining Court or the Uncle Dick in him. number of pupils, ami with flatterincproaSharp are Ihe candidates, But didn't that Ml. Vernon Court of final trial, except in cases The"tlddera"are all competent and de- peris. ' The young people were treatcjlo a and Buena hare a TUAISS WOnTIMlOU.MX where witnesses are required from one serving women and It la a pity they can Leap Year Parly at the "Newcomb House,', Vista letter last week. Business appeared county to another, and that an exam not all bo elected, but as there can be but on New rcn KS.T vi s learseve. It waa a most enjova to have been Ijvcly up there. Xlotk STATIONS. Mall Mall ining Court be allowed not mora than one victorious we hope that one may I ble and much anjoyed affair. Arvenila Ftprrsa. Capresa. The following gentlemen were chosen Mrs, Cook. Lateb. A telegram from TZ In $2 in any caso for its services. Two miners at Pine Hill were severely last Monday as Trustees for our town for Lv. Homersrl II IS a ml 00 fas HaavllleJniKL snisu IITpss lupii Col. Uruce announces that she recelred the injured a few days ago by the "cavln In" of the present yean Robt. Gibson, M. A. regard to transporting prisoners, he IHuifitl. SSIaia Illpa M nomination by three majority over Mrs. the mine In which they were working. It VSMpM llsr'Jab'KJttOC. S4SSM recommended that no compensation Henaon. Good. Conant, II. O. Trimble, John Q. Ward and " Uilnitoo.. IMml IM,. IIU pin Is thought ther will recover. " llornuT. VSl.n SSOpu ISSI.su E. M. Porch. IQIIm' Irofm S 40 . u le allowed except eight cents a mile Ar Clnelwatl.. Col. J. II. Bruce, our Slate Senator, was " Last Monday was Quarterly Court, The many warm personal friends of for tho Sheriff and six cents each for appointed Chairman or the Committee on There waa a small TRAINS docket and a small Col. W. McKee Fox will regret to know -, the guard and prisoners, the same Bailroada and made a member or the crowd In town. Nobody drunk and every that he has In contemplation the Idea or k "Karri jrerr- Kapnm STATIONS. Mall Mall amount to bo paid for conveying luna- Committees on Banks and Insurance, on body peaceable. It was a good start for t he visiting New Mexico, with a view of makEaprm. lAreouJa IrtixM Charitable Institutions, and on Kulcs. It. r.ew year. tics. In the caso of jro tern Judges ing it Ida future borne. Lv. Claelosatl . SMami SOOpral 820pM J. White, Esq., of the Itlchmond District, On Monday last our Sheriff, W. II, A party of ladies and gentlemen Iron Ar. (leoriTlovn.- - loasam S4p and Commonwealth Attorneys, he on the Committee on Education, on Ten! ISS.m II IS a ml 7 lap oi J nam Albright, executed the required bond for town, last Sunday, had a very pleasant ex - lilncUHi... HarM.b-fV.iillUpmrsSSpm 413. ra says, tho law ought to fix their com- tenllary and Iloune of Reform and Chair Ihe collection of the revenue for 18S0. He cursion on a hand-ca- r lOSpml 8 4Spmi lin,IM.. . to the tunnels and pensation at$10 for the former per day man on Investigation and Labor. In the informs us 117pm Sloan - Inn, ill. that ho I making fair progress Ihe Cumberland RIfer bridge. They en " ttunerset- -Juki MM Jml soepis I 10 IS s and $8 for tho latter. Ho wants all tho the House our Representative, Mr. Ezra collecting tho revenue ol 1879. r lunch very joyed the trip and CONNECTIONS. Common Pleas and Criminal Courts S. tloueh was placed on tho Committee of Married. On New Year's Day by much. Train Ka. I eomiects at ts!n(1on wit. tttt HsnJy perfect-fittin- g Ml Sletllnr, train lue Wlnekntrr Ilk I. I' A abolished, because they are an unnec- Privileges and Elections, on Railroads, and Eld. John Middleton, Mr. George Adams, George Edgar, a little son of Jamea L. train from LrfMlavlU. Kraaktort, Ae , al waa honored with the Chairmanship or the better known as "Doggie," was K'y for Ilirruls-hsJunction with rl. married T. and Mollis May, aged about three essary cxpenso of $50,000 per annum. Committee . ImnTllto J.wtlosKllhUA K II. K. on Agriculture and Manufac SjefsURSirJ, Crs.Ort.arJ, Livingston, l4nea. Our charilablo institutions cost over tories, bono or the other delegatea from ad to Miss Jaley Fish, all colored. The hap- months, has been expected to die of menintee py pair had a brilliant reception that night gitis for the last eight or ten days, but at Train and ltlehnMMhL al rtsnvlUo Junction No. S connects wllh ?200,O00yearly,and tho appropriations joining counties were honored with Chair at the residence of the groom's rather. WilhJ. Crab thla writing (Tuesday) It la thought to be trains on I. A K. It. II. from anj lUrbsnonJ l)r-rnard. Urlnnton. Lnnraster at for thorn being based on war prices, he manships. Speaker Bigger recognized his Mr. Wm. Armstrong sold last week to some better, and some hopes are entertain- - Lralnctoa wllk Kit Sanlr Iralns Iroro Wlncken-lo- r, ML Sterling. Ac , attluclnnatl wllh .11 roods thinks, that ten per cent, at least competitors by appointing Hush Chairman M. P. Newcomb, of this place, his saw mill tatneil of Ita recovery. diverging, giving qultkeat Mm ever wads might be deducted for the present ap- ol the Committee on Militarr aflalra and on Cavo Branch, In thla county, for $1,223. It la supposed that the body or Pat Train No.tko BlnsMirsasand Its Client It rot Sronnccts nt Islington with trains ost McEImy of the one on Jiuli- - Mr. Newcomb will begin operat'ng the mill Fammery, whose death waa announced last lug Barwiy iu u. lor Wlncncslcr nnd ail. mepropriations. On tho Black Hole of clary. Chairman rlin, and nllk tralsa fro Lonlatlllo at once. Ills family will remain In town, week, went In Iho direction of Cincinnati. and rranklort. as he terms the Peniten Calcutta, and the hotel will be kept open aa hereto I understand that auspicion rests pretty Train No. 4 connects at Nalngton with Iralns f XOTm Of CVIIUKXT F.rtl.TM. . a tiary, he expatiates at considerable j.bn., reaming r ranamci S.I9 A. N.. fore. strongly upon some parlies here, who may LoulsTllloll ISA. M , snd wllh Iralns of lug length and shows the institution up in isang r n. u. irons Messrs. Eph. Owiley and George Matter continue squally in Maine incncaiev and JUL nierung yet find themselves a little troubled over tlmo and teller aceoniutodatlans Ihsn its blackest and most horrible light. but Garcelon and the Fuslonisls hare pos from Stanford, spent several days ran l otrcre-- t by ny Kaltvsy penetrating tho the aflHir. 111 1 rasa Itcglon. hunting in this county, last week. They Ho is for a thorough change in the session or the Legislature. Ttcktla to all points Kast, hoiih. The New Years Hop at the Zachary United Statea Senator George S. killed something less thsn a thousand limit H ri waa a rerr nleaaant affair. Tha Foe tafotnnn to itaiuaa ana a caaa. present barbarous plan, and for the nation apply lo Houston, of Alabama, died at his home a birds, but they went away leaving the E. P WltJViK, n mnci, pleasure to WM ,wnt abolishing of every vestige of the few daye ago. The Governor haa appoint8AMU WOOUWAHn, llcnl. Ticket Agt. prewion that they were most agreeableTT, i0T .i e ..ipnlne 0f h mnch BupcTlntendcnt. leasing system, and for the building ed Luke I'tjor his successor. young gentlemen, which they are, the light fantastic toe. The presence of a oi an another Penitentiary remote An ccliiwe or the sun will occur on toWith the beginning of the new year number or ladies and gentlemen from the from the present and the adoption of morrow, but the total obscuration will be there are verr few changes to note. Mr. east, contributed to the pleasuiea or the and a half seconds. It can ltobert White and wife hare moved Into a evening. the Warden plan. Three hundred but thlrty-Sr- e only lie seen to advantage on the Pacific part of the house occupied bj Mrs. Eliaa-bet- h convicts are enough for any one PenMr. B. C. Neat, or New Albany, Ind, coast. There will be no oilier total eclipse Brooks, Andy Young and family-har! has returned lo Somerset and again taken itentiary, anil a reformatory for young till. May 29, 1900. moved into the property on Main charge or the Zachary Drug Store, Dr. criminals he regards as absolutely necThe Good Deacon Richard Smith, of street formerly occupied by Mra.I!rewcr. Lake having resigned bis position aa salesHe very properly recom- the Cincinnati Gazette, waa arrested a few essary. During the holidaya "Bill Jack," a man In that establishment. Dr. Lake Is a F, no : 1. folloxvin mends that the law establishing grand days ago on a charge or criminal libel negro confined In Jail was released on ball, very popular druggist, and his withdrawal more 2. Bceanso larceny be changed frnra 810 to $35, sworn out by the Chief of Police, because Jack Adams, Jr., tiecomlng his bondsman from the house la much regretted by his S. other. the theft of sums' under that to bo that paper haa charged him with complic- on the solemn promise ot the negro that many friends in Somerset. ity with the gamblers of the city. he would not drink anything inxtoxlcatlng It Is astonishing the life and business punished in county fails and work HOLMES' THIMBLE, Lucy Hunter, who claims that she was till after his trial. The next evening Mr. stir that Is to be seen around ourdepot. It 0. Because, every houses. Tho passage of a law giving educed bjr him, under a promise of mar Adams discovered his man considerably enough to make a TulaAIan feel like ho new plow. the consent of the State to the Feder- riage, shot John H. Morgan, son of Senator more than "three sheets In Ihe wind," and ts really somebody, and should be the is al Government acquiring title to Morgan, in Washington, the other day. still "funnellng It down." He very prompt-l- y means of infusing a little more life and en Self-Oili- ng him and restored Mm again ergy into our people. They should remem lands, ukii which to erect locks and The wound Is not serious. Miss Hunter Is dams, with the necessary buildings, under ball of $1,000, but It ix not thought to the tender care of the jailor. ber the fable of the here and the torUIse, that Morgan will prosecute. Wm. McKinney, who shot and killed Af- and not sit and slumber as the hare did upon the rivers of the State is also The contract for the construction .of ford Smith, on Christmas t'sy, bad hie ex while the stranger, tortoise like, comes In rccommeuded, as under thn existing the Texas Pacific Railway from SLsW sSii. amining trial last Friday, before Ksijutrea TllOSO Wngons'orf wow offered laws it canuot do so without tho con westward, was signed on Wednesday. The Win. Bhlplelt and O. C. Brewer. The tes and wins the race. Nearly thirty yeara ago, n thla co:n. to the farmeri of Central Kentucky, irifA sent of the legislature. He wants contracting parties are the Pacific Rail-wa- y timony conduced to show thst the defend ty, a young respectable and Improvement Company rnd the Texas ant'a bad conduct brought about the ilifil farmer, commenced paying hit addressee onuinJcrtyVory Important and monuments raised, at tho expense of Six hundred cully which resulted In his shooting Smith to a young Ik! of equal res(iectabllity tho State, to the eight physicians who Pacific IUIlwsjr Company. In Itocontlmprovomonts male in lost their lives battling with the yellow miles are to cost $12,000,000, or about $20,. iu defense of a deadly assault which the the neighborhood, and ever since then the lait ix MonfAs, ihe mort important of 000 per mile. latter madetn him with a knife. He waa those visits have been kept up, from one to fever at Hickman and a Legislature The Chairman of tho Republican Slate held to answer, In a bond of $1,000, a three times a month. ISow, although vhieh ts the Holmos Solf-Oilin- g BSafassaf.ssaKAi'VHHBgHgHM provision fur tho moro efficient organCentral Committee has called a meet charge of manslaughter at the Circuit their ages are away up In the "fifties," they Tllimblo SkOin, anWmj the great ization of tho State Guards. He has ing at the Louisville Hotel on the 2&1 of Court each other's society aa much inconvenience of removing the vhteh to seem to enjoy An attempt on the part or the prison-er- a aa they did in their more youthful days. a good word to say of tho manage- January, 18S0, for the purpose of naming a oil them. to break jail waa happily frustrated a tho several charitable Institu time and place for Ihe Republican State ment of Died. On the 2nd Ins- t- at the resi Jlolmc Slcin and liozng doe$ away Convention, lo select delegates to the Na- few nlghta ago. It seems that they had dence of Mrs. Lou. Zachary, infant son or tions and thinks the Agricultural Iiu tional Convention, which meets in Chicago been at work for several nights cut- Mr. ami Mrs. Couch, aged about ten days. with all tide draft, the great obketon in reau should be sustained with a liberal on ting and burning their way through the Scarce irtnltted to hud on earth, en it all other Slcin', a$ the Slcin u wrfect- - op the 2d of June. Tiiiisi: risows aui: .vow usi:d ijy Lincoln one ok which Other subjects of appropriation. floor. Fending the completion or Ihe aperwaa called lo bloom in tut nowery bowers TheJexsamlneJotuWpubliahedalong was sold mi trial, nnd nut ono oHIictii win over All lliat is wantrxl to conviuco tho mnst lilchlr iirrjudi-cia- l lyttraighl. minor iraiKirtance aro touched upon article, proving that Clark, the meiiber or ture, one or them waa balled out. He got ol iiaraillse, wnere me immortal rosea, initiil is n tltnjilfl niiillnir Irial. The) my liest farmers In llio County usoaiul emlorso them. d angels, gathered up by the Thcte Wagon; uth thn llc and the whole makes up one of the the Deputy Marshals posse that shot Col. a little loo much Christinas "egg-nog- " nescr fade, and where, too, their sweet fra- will run from 200 to GOO lbs. 1). most crcdihlo messages that we have Cook, the alleged counterfeiter, did It on ahead and divulged tho operations to some Erance encompass the great white throne, Liglltor than any wagon not provided account of a private grudge after Cook had friends. It waa talked about and finally tliroiifiiioui tne enuicnn ogca ut eternity. read for a long time. lining to muci ami .man. ronsenuent with them, til rojxrfiO-- i to tic tzr. and surrendered himself. This Is about like came to tho ears of Iho jailor, Mr. llouk. IlLACKnuim is the most inveterate all of the killing committed by Ihe cow. He made an investigation and discovered upon the winter minths, Mr. h. M. lurch load. has withdrawn his "bus" from the road to Mi:itC'llA!nTS NOTICE MEETING! the hole. Hereafter the prisoners will joker in tho world. Wheu the North- ardly deputy marshals. the depot, and Ids former patrons are now Fith llro. tt Co. Aare the exclusive to wsik tip mil ami root It in their cells. compelled Monday last several tenement houses ern papers vtcre pouring hot shot into examining trial or W. A. down, llowerer. there are three adranta right to vie titan in Ote United Stales. When Ihe liiin lor his alleged attempt to intro- were burned in New York, causing the gea to be derlred from Ihe latter mode or Vie Voxing it to constructed that it death of six pciaon and I ho serious aound Owens, for the murder of James Ijingford, locoiuollor.mt Une is not compelled to South Sido Main Stroot. First Door duce yellow fever and small-poin ing of several others. On Ihe same day a waa called last Thursday, Judge McCIure scotch up hill, put on the brakes going it impouiUefor them to looncn or turn in JJOlOW DI. ABapn IIOIOI, lkn,.JJreaalh. 4oml kUllirTAUl U. OWNI.KV. the I'ederal urniy by means of infected celluloid manufactory at Newark, N. J., retired from the case, It having been made down, and he escape, tne uangers ot a run-nw- the uood. t'a.klcr. .crane. clothing, tho Courter-Joumexplain- exploded and fire iersona were hurried known to him that the father or Ihe de They tale in one third more wood in MAMoito, . CHHISTIAN COLLKflK.y Messrs. J. O. Marshall and A. II. Ito-reobjected la hit presiding. By con ed that he uter seriously contemInto eternity, and at Penaacola a steamboat ceased NOTICE OF MEETING t repreaenlatires or the New York and the Skein than the old ttyte, HUSTONVILLE, KY. Krc alsaf son Iian4 a full aufJy of plated tho act, but that the story boiler burst, killing two and wounding sent It. H. Frith and J. It. Calloway, two Southwestern l'etroleuin Company, ire Tlie tlioulder to than it a perfect-fittin- g l were selected to constitute Ihe ex here with a full supply of machinery. Justices, asMtlnc .1 slncka.IJ.ra most probably originated in an oflort others, InnslMtlannrdlrwIisrsSsr IS. rear Isao ntll I - "ii'-iii-ttn.tnl- anting court. The Investigation began last They say they are determined lo develop tand lamK It can not tote any oil at Ihe Stniilu & Ftiiiuv GrdOPi'Ios. I..Uallh.UaHi,ra...(lL.1iuo, r oi the Doctor to beat Dick Winter- Horr.KtovxTr. closed Wednesday evening, some of the oil and mineral resource, of point. Tuesday and SQ07I3:.the county More they rjuit. it la to be s .I smitn in getting on taa biggest yarn, mv. m. SS.HOUt.HTH. ifteen witnesses were examined for the honed that their anticipations will be wore Tlie Azlct are one use larger than tlie I Dmiilllr. AND PROVISIONS. I tVtsaall luir, cvnneciit with IbeCUiVea, lshu. and to sustain his reputation as a joker. for the de- than realised. Ther descrre and should 0. Y. AVslcli, Jr, sold 70 sliares or prosecution and twenty-thre- e In his message, which was delivered First Katlonal Ilank stork to M. J. Karris fense. A clear case of murder was made receire all th. encouragement and assis- corretjXHuling lues of wagon not using A nHAt' Ihe Jlutmet bkexn. G00D FAItM FOR SALE. to tho .Legislature last week, ho sus- for $111 tier share. The defense was tance ourtwople can render them, as they out by Ihe prosecution, Gaptt, StapiO Dry Hr Tekers usr U lraliJ I. IL. nwJcn and mean business. Tlie Whetlt are boiled in oil before BOOU, SllOCS, tains that reputation by saying that Daring tLc rear TO our County Clerk previous threats on the part or the deceas- are In earnest ".'."f The Messrs. Johnson, dolnir business Goods, Notions, OcnU' Readymado 'Vrri-r".'?.- ". ' '.' sweet peace reigus over our entire lias recorded 338 deeds ami mortgages, ami an attempt on Ida part lo tako the life near the deiut. being endowed with a lillle painting; hence the tire have not loosened ed i State and the laws are every where Issued 94 marriage licenses. of Ihe accused, and his character as a vi or Ih foresight of Joseph of old, are in a tingle instance withm our knout- CONTAINS AOEB8. ,, respected within its borders. Was lery.Queens-andOlasswanam) CL T. Kallle pro cious, dsngerous man. lS'o man, perhaps, building a large gralnery for th. purKMe edge, luiving told GOO of than in Ihe last there ever such a joke, not to say curedJos. Ferrel to marry. The liar Tobaccoana Cigars oral. Itccuse former to erer had prored against Idui a worm char- - ,0 uViieit summer when th day. if six yean. wilful misstatement id facts' The Kerr I and tlie latter to Klita War acter than that of tbe deceased. The Court famine shall hare roue uion Ihe land. kinds. Powder, shot, These agont will be for tale in all truth of tho business is that there MolUe ner. decided to hold Owens In a bond or $1,500 While they are both clever and generous m never were a time in last fifty years. titet, at well at Iron Azlct, by D. S. dc wuor.i:. v.ucxs, any 'Ills balm ncatlier wales the old to the Circuit Court to answer the charge of gentlemen, I hardly presume moneyallver not even excepting the four years of cups, together wun eacn luana win nan's fancy slightly turn to thoughts of manslaughter. Tbe dcclalon or the Court be fouud in the mouths of their aacla. Maxwell, at Alum Springs, uho will In. and Wooilnmarr, war, in wnicn our taws were so mile GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES, ll away luuk In tli waa much commented on from tbe singulsr They don't Joseph In that way worth a have wagon on exliibition on public and anj regarded, and murder and other Juat another such luanj itlker uacful sillcls. tuu ImIIimis lu Court dayt at Danville, IlarrodAurg thirties." allnf uUn 1 iiSv in sell at tS. fact that the prisoner waa either guilty of cent, louMitv riuinucE, r crimes so gcueral and so glaring and HAIUUS & NUNNELLEY Mr. Sam. Wolsey has beea ronRueJ Tht flriuof HacLney A lllnuisn, In murder or he was justiusble. There waa by us o Lebanon. I frequeut. It is not ncccMary to name to liU bed for several daya with a severe and Stanford, and the tlnvsre business. Iiaa been dissolved, no evidence to warrant Ids being held for tho sooro of murders that have boen Menam, John Avery Iranoit ts ouaranfreti til writ attack of rheumatism I will Uksj lfeua,rr TruJur U tlittuntf Ut oJ .Tonus, Llnsoys, Hlaiikcfs. committed lu tho last month to prove Mr. llacknev will continue busineu at the manslaughter. It is to U Lod that this Livers and Andv Crawford took In Christ ing by ut. A a oIJ stand. killing is the lut homicide that will occur mas al Montirello. I here seems lo be sou our statement. A very casual reader -- VI,ANNKL8, Irreailstable magnates iluwn that way ikl isMlwwlng Uvofi, Ut 14 Junii, bJ l ftU IktM J. W. Alcorn, canvaaalng for the lo our county for V long time to come. t tbe uewspspers will admit It, and lUTsf lisMIU ill hi ni'.-TSambrook and I'eiuoxai. Mr riSlWKINQYAUN.UOSE&UALPHOSE if Dlackburu docs not chance his pol JuJgnhlp, met the good ol of Kerry .y II Groceries, ProyWona, Fresh kt UsWtiHjr i. icy of jiarJouing murderers and other vllle lut BatuiJa. lias lie also an "un. family of Ulrmingham, England, are visi- bosla of friends In i'ulaski who will ens snOti lliauk Ibcw, sun kiwi all, ruM auJ twtlL 111. T II It VI' M II IV I Meats, Gauned Goods, criminals, and of remitting fines oi written hlatorjr1 ting Mr. (leo. Sambrook at livlngston. dorse every word vuii said of him In your viumlluuiullliiri, I sWl Ibat Uonj hut tUm OeMfal Agents for Cential Ky. The Bute Board of lltallh will luml TL.r ulll probably remain In this country, laat Iue, and more, If lies,arr....-M- r. gamblers and other cattle, the admins vqnlfalrul iiusrt Ittorwught lUau mjttrn. A iur Vegetables, &o,,&o, Haley haa removed will. Ma f.uil-I- r uuy frUiKUau4 Cull, anj )ou will h? cuntlurrU (hat lfut UsuiUtour fr Mr istratloa of the laws 'will Lecotue more at Frankfort next week, and Dr. It. W. and Mr. Sambrook will engage in the coal Jvbiil. sivr(Bt airv.ii-- i to Norwood, where b alrtady occunlea IU iiw ud irlt at Alto Agenltfor Avery t(- - &;is' Out muuh anj by Ut tdsNtiiughv t4cvuiiutltlu H 14 they Ittv tbe bft KOftJa Ww lax erwi than the deplorable existing Dualsu, lumber from this slIou of the Lualnens Mr. II, J. Pelph, the popular a iioaltton aa aatesuiait In Ihe vloie of Jas. iUs I 1 Isejr Mill nay rash or lootls for all klatk. and Steel I'low ollCAowue andJletail. Ibil laiiiiM-t- ltili'uidbi HtslMinrl M tilt I' the loimt hrlrr. leter-- afWrs. Flits, will attend. "tt Ufitlf4jlv 4U0.II ll sr.rlr.fa. I. AV H l at Pin. IMI la (lark V la SThc interior Journal. HTANPOKD, KY. eht Administrator's WMM WIH mm IT NEVER FAILS. a or tiii: la. READ & PROFIT THEREBY. - Wo are the first to pull down .prices and the last to put them up. Wc continue to reduce old figures, while others arc forced to cry an advance. Our advantages in buying have been proven in our selling. People all over the country will testily that we originated the scale of low prices. Our increasing trade has alarmed our competitors, and our low prices have gladdened our friends. WE Continue to Ohdeii Goods, and, in Future, InCINCH Wlinll). Cash tend to Double our Stock. A House is the only redemption for the people. We charge no extra per cent, to cover lost debts in crediting. This is an item to those who pay cash and a warning to those who buy on credit. Our Clothing Latest styles, best goods, lowest ID,. III,. prices. Our Boots and Shoes Largest stock and none cheaper in the world. Our Hate Immense stock; all new and nobby. Our Gents' Furnishing Goods Complete and desirable. . Over' 500 samples of Foreign and Domestic piece goods from Devlin & Co., New York. Will take your measure and guarantee garments. Advertisers are numerous, but honest goods and low prices arc scarce. Wc charge you nothing to examine, but promLl'lk ise you monejr if you buy. GEO. H. BRUCE & GO. FISH BROS. M WAGONS fie wkm ruhd Www STILL LEADS ALL OTHEES 1 - other Because it is lighter For the six simple reasons and land with same labor it will turn than any other. Because it will turn, the soil better than, any it will last longer than any other. 5. Because it is cheaper than any other. time you place anew point on it, it virtually draft than any other. mahes you a Skeins. isozrn3tt. county farmers, every GEO. WEAKEN, Agont for Lincoln Co. M. D. ELMORE,1 ki:mkkv, ATn:.Tlo.. or W 18B0.1"'"Tm"l'..";'. ik tr 7TT :,a"tmi:j,t. Jilt cirrmx ,,,"l.ta.R.i.,S,,'"-'- " iHnttiiigly & '""'' mn'tsiifJj SS&K1 .t.io. JtSfkSSS aaT.Kn"'ri 2JlLiVJJLMJiiJIiL Lowest Possible Margin '!''' piliIjLil's & into., !". ., very select line ofllartrr. fthc inferior Journal. Friday Morning, January 0, 1880. Ull lint toAt. AlfoM 70 iwimli In the lmiiel, by en, Fok (ilewa of all klrnl, alo 4ow ininta, rltrlaea, bolla, plow liarneo, A., go la heili)iHirtera, which l at (Ico. I). Wear- - I Oil. 1'Al.iTiKfM. (lennino Oil I'alnllnp", magnilirentlj frameil, arc on cihlhltlon at awvnwwiBauawvaanwatBtBaaBwBw l.oc.ii. mitivi:. IN aOOTO. ANOjtl DOTTLES. farron A Dml.la', and arc far mle nt rrrr Mrt ImU llegby, an eleeuthintat, la It pvopertle am Deratilcent, Nutrt- A. (I. I'rNiH.aniNfifTVrsallJsliow cis lowligiirr. Call and cumlnc them. 1. tl llalumle. Hoot bin and ItfCTTn. making arrangement! tn glte n public T. (liraon. i Comblnlnir U ipialltle, It la th reading here. Cuirrn ami Timollijr 8ml ( Otrtlcj A mot effeetlTO MJWO IIAt.lAM erer Kri.r, DrAu-Fran- k Hooker, R jouno HlCTln.'. A liaralaotne alrrei lamp ormmenta offered to aulfrin-r- a A lUriKCiiAKrr. Iroin pulmonary; I'.nnlrtnnn'm lllll. Owing la the mlhl- man of H fntt, fell dead of heart iHacaac, IUiuiaix, lii Cunnnl (Inoila at llirrla A ami llghla the entrance In the New I'rcahy- Year rarmrnfKtrnt having timlnesaef vital lm. dlnaaeai. Nunnvllsj's. on lh mad, near Italia (lap, Wcdnradaj nemof the wlnler, ami other thlnga, the lerltn Churrli ptrlanrelaoeeiirrblaillentlmithHiwrek, wlikh DR. J. F. HAYWOOD," Moaara. Haydrn Rrnthrn k Hn.li anrlraaanl I nerlrel for a wnwienl, ha PnolifCK nf A large dining parly waa glren at Mr. f Nw York, rotnntiiniy imJofwi It, ftttf kln.l want! 1. Hal-ti- l hlgM. Aiaereral frienda weir with hint lo nfTer their entire atnek hare drtermlneil (Iraa m lh task of wrlllng hla rrpnrt, A Nnnnrllfj', nf winter ajneal If atlhitllnm whnteallf that hla .Inth waa Hantbury Weat' oft Turwlir. A.toclil waa mly raraMs, I ikwM entar dla-- whWk. iweI READ WHAT HE OAYS- i. far Wlrfn thia la raid tltr WrarrnH rirnirrt' Almanacs fur sal from nalnral ranaca no Inqnot waadremnl at prime ceial. ITDTT KwTb rVrH., It. inrtrMme erenlng at Mr. llirhard NoelV, almlrallon of I ha laraalea Jorata t iwiH make lijr Mrltntwrt and Hlcf. mean bulnea. Their gowla were rtawM nf tf t tPMRR, IN th I rWwf W.nl trl ftaj necewary. th taak allesethrr agraeaM. A man ia In town exhibiting a new l.j t9t ef 4. rr Irp. It wt Kim llrnT A No. I HlaM nn.l Carriage before the adtanre In iulm, and KiiMKinrtni. WAimt!.-Nri- rlf tlible fence ; or, a one of our birrltert Irr eVm on haa tahl Iher la aslhliK new nh, - lfc4YjMpttti.tjiiwflaU(AiitT.u WvmdHrt.l H.mr nous. A'ir ii A. u. iTnny. fmi I t)MiMiv thrre yenra ago Mr. Ihrtr cuatmnrr cin lmy tliem now al firrt ttvnm m th aan," ami I Bn.1 II a wlsa ami Irua eimlnng m MWtttW V, f tMr iu .1,4hjM (WrW JMkwta, ktM-Cam, nil on (Ico, M. Divlilmn fur racrlhmtlr term him, la a fencing matter. awn, itiriBiMniarnolklni and Mra. Itlrhird C Warren inniirnol the) tiMdiaiM tei ppnmttllr, with fMrtl new or lranr tn whole! coat. Thrrrfiirr, If you want iW rV Vtrrfertit IWWffirt.V lllUntlf nir lot nf ('lank fciw mil oilier nli. Hla tarnicbiM .and intarwMf crMl tit d The Shelby .vwrnW appear moat at ehnmlele. Then la a dearth ef newaln Ikeaefiaria; dratli of a liltlc Infant, of 8rail 1 IVrer. wlnler clothing, in I ayWf l- lixlan ,i M u ttm tlaf Here gnnda. winter it hm M. n M,meia, nirnaim, Mrlha or tlealh; everyHitl'I.L'a 1'rirni iff timiatiall loir for That ftlal diaraao hat again riailnl Ida Irarttre In Ihelrirxlaof lit new proprietor, gomli, jeana, flantiela, I not, hoe, data, or J niAT HIUY1TWU, M D. thing at qnlfl tint unJhlorUJ ta IMn Van tucli atiltmllil 1'ictnrcs, a (lu ami r fur hnuaehold on of whom la a Oarpmltr and the oilier R and Ajinl llolloway, their anything thai la lulled In the al am lra. The wralhor an. II Beofflmn joiirwlri. mwohi, yon A NEWSPAPER PUD. WRITES. bright little daughter of rdns month haa can tirlhlnee la lb general tople of the day, and even nwwt, IfArmia A Ni'NHn.i.rv hit nri),hir gtl llirm of the Hayden' at firat enat. Just Mrltttl tmn. m 4Uta.k1 Ir TUTT lMrUatPTfviM bKh ABrit,lta Our llcpreMnlillrr, Captain Daniel now Unl haa prrvhed IK Hoy aetrnear mrtine-tafile neir lot of New Orlcina Urn taken lo her homo among the angela. They willalaoaell you ttn ptmaTtia vtnuar, Uft btra rtl. or Murphy, it on the following ttanding com- rwMlrvNta., irvu wu4 n wilbia tnrmih alltf. tinging Ita aweeleat tonga t re) and vivify Hll(tf ami Molasac, Her death occurred on Monday ermine furniture al mat for cub. llvbtM. Ir Ui t ir of wtita hUn nxn arvawr utfrnt vtluttl aupply nieaal Klptrt-Tfntn of I liad Irrtxl thine rttima T)ir tettlenient of your rrannl la no and her rrmalna wer taken lo Ijnraatrr youraelf until yon gire them Itfii'l and, nltteeaol the liouae t The Kinking Fund, apvlng." write, rrmlmllnghowever, "Spring, grail Bwndoal, tm frflna did any 'rrj until I iromT I.f. To anon I fer, a rail, will Jaek af wLwta iwtmvw1 tb a4HBrat,nnfMt1tJ semen, near ran ami Mine at once hr for interment. Cliarilible Inatitiitlont and Agriculture Ohm agala and haili lh glad note of Kroal lllll WiU tai tbaaka, I am jmrtj Irvly, Mil attralr lh our word rtr It. roil Will think na for the cajii or nui. aicisnoert a Magff. juira m, wkioix. and Manufacture. warbler. This WrATiini. Mnc the Uginninj of aiiggeitlon. Hcnu mi tour llililr In Hl.nll'a (111... The hurlt! of the Infant daughter of -- TkCaly null given br Mlaa Kara Murphy Had torrlblo NIGHT SWEAT8. II la on of Hi most successful Arll.ls In Hi itw Year lh weather haa been moat A Town If ai.i Since our worthy ring- - Mr. and Mr. It. C Warren, of your town, on TueaJay night waa muth enjoyed hy the young Dp TUTT IUr- -I ba hm wititinncfijri.M-l(ir the Mat wilh liable. Never falla Id gel unprcredenlly warm, the thermometer th-- at aaRUtSf)M lav lalratr hareahiit down on the lite of the took plire here lo day. The parent! hate kill. Jahn II. rngleman haa rrntej INNfM.tMtmMulk radaMtd toon btjadrwl Mr. plenum a inure oi mem. lb farm of ringing for lh laat week al from 01 to Court Houw for other purpoac dil-Irthe tinrcrc tympalhy of frienda In their Jaa. I. Enlrniin fur the cnaulng yrar, ami will rare iwrrnaw mill mwvaia, TitrRK a no evens for acmlln; jrour TO In ll middle of IDaTUtat 77"""t. half ikrttwn ltrHrlt. TLaniaht aw.ata bar lft dm, each day. Serrral of tak raaaeMlon too. and religloiia meelinga, our town lit OIJ riclurraolTtu lw enlirgcl. You can lieary lierearemenl. tit nutrb baa ditaipMrrxl, and 1 bar cataad atlmm I wuahown, MlldIIIML I MMMMMMl II In all rnB( tVwlayailoreta piece of fanry lit it done lie rllitill In HUnforJ cheaper lh day wer clear, but for the moat srl been entirely without R place that a piihllo Jno. C. Young delirrred an eloquent WuarMtrMPBWt, ULIVKR lUK. nevdlework don Mia Knglrnian, II haa trn cloudy, wilh rxcaaional alight tn ml belter than anvwlicr els. entertainment nf any rhararler could be and learned lecture on the Ixwl Art, al which aho uaeil 1,1 lyyarla of Clark .making I th Mi float, IMPORTANT QUESTIONS. lit l'liolofraplirr, la irrrcl rain. A yrar ago a prrtly good aired held. We Fhull, hire rrcelred unmerniia letter the ballon WnlncM.ir etenlng. OnThura- - entire plre U,u Itllrhra. lldaT, bTt you eauM coM T Afyootm lo Knlarre OIJ, r'a.lcl or Dcfice.1 I'irturra no roTcrcd lh grounJ, and the ther- from -- V1. tod Mra, II. It. Rle enlertalned Ik old prominent lecturer", elocutloniala and 1'ridiy erenlnga Miaa Lull Ilegbie, an fa to nla th thkipn t lU In lh Uat nltil manner at low rate. mometer waa aa low down jog an lrriU- aa & below lern. and worthy liachelovaoo lb evening of lb at InaL, which I theatrical people in rrgird lo elnriitlontat, will glte reading al the hall. am tkm IPtHe llinMtf A mrttm olovyttfion on 1'vrlcct tatlsfartlon given or no charge lol.l waa an enjojil.1 irjlr. Tin aupav waa uiajr. th tonfS with . ml bmtLf 1a joa hT m II A ! Heiiavior. 8ereral half grown coming to Kunfnnl, and we hire, in erery Woodford (I. Human ha Imught out pvonouneeil eicalleat, mil 4olitleM evevy okl Bt o? cooghlmt twi lynjjfilajwof A afcavrp jpa'lii Arrivhp at I.at U T. Hhull. of Uiya ainiiar Ihrniaclre each Sunday by cae, to our rhagrin, In reply that we hare the !"-- , purchaaeil a new and complete "hitch" there envied lh Colonel hit puasesalon of iMmand libool-- ' thrti In the rfjjlim ui Hk I'liologfa-tiheHIcIidioih, Kr., Hi getting in the lobby of the I'reahyteriau not eren a temlilance of a Town Hall. 'Milfil, and will toon laaue the fint number u charming toller half. AtTlr Uka i If m. amr haa arrived In Blinford aal nivnnl -- Mlaa Cirri Harlan, who haa len liallllng iUw u(Tnli hiptxtufaott joawli.won Church, and by ataniplng and whimpering We are glad lo know, hoaerer, that l nnni-lie- r of the IttntaMtt Araaer, an indepen dant, po7 Hie Oimmrrrlil Hotel, (lillerj wilh lypholJ fuver for bmu all waeka la, to th Iw .IA. tu faitx llu' In n boor tvpf at of our rltitena are agitating the matter theel, derolnl to the brwt amiia rriareu mini an kinila or work In and culling up grneratl, greatly annoy delight ol her many frienda, pronounced out ol thw EiTTtoraiit, w a nut run to .h f irt,uki lila line. Ual! and see him. thoa who ar trying to liaten to a eernion. ami hope by forming a atock company lo of our county. danger.. Mra. liavld Swope, who haa been qull two ol f dtl'a hlK uq will immTTall ioto (II.AII tl.llnra for all aulTrrrra wllli Waglf them fair warning that if they re lie able In aupply the long need. The plwaiit ikkfp aiul wa..' op In the morppf, The mm to triumphantly necnreil by auk lor aumellrae, la ronvalcerlag .There la (anight ami CoMa la Id announcement! peat their bail brharior we will tmliliah Meaara. Milnla and I). W. Vandereer arc Dr. McKee fur tho new rietbtlerlan tvrof beautiful yoonglidln vlaltlogMlaaKor cnajxb pitMylaaf tKkiti Irwlj wf tireatb Murphy, it Cot Klro'l Mlaara Annitlurdell and that lAmatcn a Honey of Tar la a never .njf, aijJttii) Urw. U iTvuviiii- in natorttmaiiner, willing tn run up good brick walla to the Clinrch ia now irorled In hate twellnl to Jet Duty, of Uarvard, with their gallant ailing remeilr. lit moat tmn-ul- their mniei In Ihli luiwr m that their brothrn. TojTpnt irtora ol tin pymptttnu oa th Meats. Charley IMv ind Mllcbal Curdrlt. Mlaa lueOlcIn of Dm age, It haa no riral aa parr ii ti may aJmlnblrr the roer chaa- - dour of Ihetecond tlory, and allow a atnek $2,X). A tide gtle and aheller for snrrtorftntvtinaJ day. will be built for the comfort of the Molll Ilurdett, Baprlghlly and wlnaoinlininelte. a cqr fur diavOM of lln throat anil lunga, tlacmenl for inch olTrnwu. company or any one elae to build the Office, 33 "Murray Street, N. Y. of Lancaiter, la ttao the guest of Mlaa Nora dajr adds fresh trluniia lo lit lone and earh Mr More for a Town Hall, only requiring that country member of the congregation, III of Victoria- - over Coughs, Cold and An Abortion. The Committc ap the roof be made and maintained in a Diro. A I Ida residence In thia county Othello Marackall, of your town, aprnk aevrral Mra. B. C. Cntlcman. evealnn here thia week. mot rriona aflectlona of lh throat and Iwinted lo ascertain what the llruc Hotel lunga. On trial will ronvlrr you. ami the law olfirea adjoining the Court- - procr manner. The proia!lion la a lib- on the 4th lnt., I'ror. Samuel Miliums who of tbla place, vlalted Laaeiatcr Itat week to the deroteil hi life to the education of the aurprlM of many Mr. 8am M. Knglrnian killed I'rir GO cents al Wcllou.rt a A HuggV, liouae could be bought for, reported to the eral one, ami it la tn be hoped that our t'niii: iikiri.fsi i. Wr were alned lo hear of lit accident Court that the men will tale hold of the luitler young. Score of young men and women twolwutlfut fuxBulrrrlaone day laat week it on ahot. auin had been filed at the lirlJal .artr on laat Tucadir even-lalo 11111: learn of the tad etent wilh and rilae the neccaaary fundi at once. At a will doubtlca sriri:ivi.s. AIU with the building, or VfiM with Tli lioraraln Ilia carriage containum:v cov.yrrT Inspired by the tscmory of ing III brlil and groom took fright near lh liolel building rrmorctl. Thia waa lllirril calculation, $2,.W0 will enter the the reganl fa I thrill, Mndlr ofticea received ti.vi.il ami iiiih at the JtittiUeOuro. corner nf itanla ami I elreela, precipi- thought to be much more than th proper whole amount required, a tmall amount Wwki aa4 rerrjtniii ar MJIob a hand of lliia rrnerable inatr uctor. Fun tating Sir. John taw and hla lovelr ly waa a tin a: sic u iiiuiiaciisj. actually worth, o no action waa when we cnnleni plate the ralue to lh town e nfctiof at Xaniihaiua Hi briJe. Miaa Annl Ma, oa atone at of nch R building and the consequent eral tertiec .1.-- Dint ille on -Tuesday. lr. a T. Katt haa aoM bis hoaae and lot In I I .w Vl'l... nan t Kij ui curbing, aprainlng hla inkle and Indicting taken br the Court further than R nuke ,, nai cniaiaii cziiuia-H- e i I'm: ain.Kius cui.il. a aerrr brula mi tier right check, all ol an' order lo inbmit the queatlon of the beautifying of a tqnare that, lo ay the little ioem so modestly disguised In a MUJIoburf ta Dr. I. a Die. or InJUna. lit will (Ire poaaraaloa In April. ia which wer relietrd Ir Cuuawn' Light- pimhaa lo a popular rot In Auguat, leaat, not a credit to the appearance of prow jaragraph of hit laat leller? Or of Mr. O, W. BtMf hu paij Into tb flalt ning Uninienl a cur for Ithcuaiallinn, the place. We hope that the mailer will the genuine romance that held him cai prorlded the price la not lo exceed $1,000 TrfUury tbe full amount of rcrcouc Joe from Ca Hack, Sprains, Ilruls, etc. Trie live amid the jirccn farm of an eternal not end In talk but that it may for all the prorty on the aquarr (otUa Mcenla, at Mcltolrla anJ Ktarg'a. tpring' Or of the tender rhlralry that af f countr. lit faairraIJenc hla qatetna.atrce 'lie the orously preeil to aceompllahmcnt. iiiiitviiii: HLixiii. Tba haiitlaoiua oa Main t litf It Ifoweii in purling ripple from hi honest brick houw ol Mr. Vanderrer. fKHHOXAU heart throba? Verily, if we cannot clasp erectc! by C(tf A Pry id t will aoon be rvaJy for A II II I Ml I.S.. 31 occ upatKy. ArtlRMto. The Iialitura of 1877-- 8 la now no other racant house Tlifre handa oter the (Irani reception, we can - Ma. J llw.iiv ct RklnaonJ, anlir.1 laiar! r law miulring the Director of 1'ctrv I'lrrKV -- On the 8th, Mr. Jaa. a touch qullla mightily on these sometime In MUJleburg. laM aifki. -r- aiaOKat Mra. Wm. MUlrr Is quite sick naaiic ol knightly tenllmcnt. -- Ma. abb Mai. II. C ltrrt.1T baMrrtaranl Turnpike, in which counlira had Intereala, I'rtry to Mitt Mollie A. I'etry. Urn at lUim oa Whihem bactcJ to Utoaar wilh malarial Uitr lira. K. Tinilcy la recofer There hate Ulaci bj a aiua-l- appluaUet. of thia Die. It lia irMi HarniJabiirc. to make an annual rrport to the County l'irmr.-- On the Sth, Jot. among the buaincsa been ofseveral chance iDffrpmaaerrre attack of rueumoDla Mr. M. taaNatarallJulsir. a?ta InmUntaerrmmlT, (r4 ia the idace. Mr. men -- MlaaKalatluaia ullmlmmtfiBM,w9r, iiiirwlif Mlaallttl Court of their financial condition, under T. Wirren and Mita Sarah A. IVlrey were W. II. Smith, for to many year our moat 8. Melaaalel haa ibotM to hla Dew houae near tbe aii bjtf'MrMa4rft(tuld bf Vnnint, Off laiMU till weak. 8culnarr Iter. J- - U Wrcki haa wort-- i Into tbe Offioe, 35 Murray St., New York. penally of a .Inc. Thia county haa an united in marriage. popular merchant, ha removed lo -- JinaaM.lt Owatat wira.af Laaraa- (Ico. 1). Ilurdett A Co., now oc- new house nt?ar ralr'aatorrf. Mr. Wui. Ktepbrn-ao- a In nearly eterf turnpike in it, and Cauiwili, 8iM)i.rriN. On theSlh, trr, wet here Meadar. now ocrupire the house of Mr. Moara CottyH under the Miu HImii lurria Vm nlarneJ lr ao yrt not a tingle report waa made. There- Henry II. Caldwell and Mia Siiaan A. Sin cupy a cuniodioua ttore-roou- i town hall. Herman haa a house at Dalton Mr. C. L. Holoiralaawayaa one of tbe appraiser Hiatal ,U U HKlMMhl CISDIDATU. upon County Attorney Miller applied lo gleton, r tender little Mint of Id, were and a clothing department Mr. w. T. Kapfrr'a eaute. of d here on Ma. no Ma. J. U. Mecar. a(U tiliarr,ar Judge llrown for warrant agalnat the nrg joined In the bunda of wedlock. Mr. CI i Hon Anderson and Avenue. IIU al Ik litlen blkar'a ta IkU raoalr. lALtrtu, TIJI iV. IIIGGI.VS proerty Lie rcnmrCLL. Mr. J. (I. iMia KitaWaaaaiTTAaoMa. Ju.tao, lfnt nirrctora. Hid be refilled on the a family hare rented the Myer No one klllfj here during Chnatmaa. anJ wo f Uaruler, wan la U a ( Jal aco. ground tint It ii the duty of the reapec-lit- e clerer young gentleman of McKinner, on the Stanford turnpike near town. la a Candidal TOH CIRCUIT CLERK, auMect to peace andqulttuJeoaceniore The Maaonic Supper, on New Ycar'a araftaJ tokoow that peaceable - Kaon Ik New Orlaaa n Wra Ikat aajfentle town lb action of tbe lieroocncr. Miglalrale, and Mr. Miller then Teiat, waa married on the "lh to Miui night, waa the most successful entertain- relfnaupretae orer tbe Mr. aaJMn.CC. (WW ax la Ikat rilf brought lull agilnt hliu before the Circuit Suan A. rurtifnll, of llilt county. Oood ment of the season in regard to palatable ofUherty. -- MmnllicuiXimui Loan,! Ourrstormeil friend. Dr. F O. Young, If It a JOII.V II. MII.MsH cookery ami thoroughly trttematic man mlk(imtar MIk Haiti HiIm last Court for a niandimua to coml him to luck to them. few wltb agement. Not a discordant element waa ami hayaago, Uklnj home blm Mlaa Jeoolo Morris,a Is a CanJidsia ron cincuiT 1'Lr.r.i;. .i.i.wt m tk. laaue the warranta. Jmlge Owaley decided on hla return waa welconifxl with the acllon of lb Hemocntle pirty. felt. The Cornet lland enlivened thing itr.i.initivs. Oira aiclLLUf ItiaillU iwnMsl4il, Mr. (ranl charlrarl by the roughs of Liberty. infatorof Judge llrown and the caaewent till alter tuiuier. wucn the Jim Crow Am aaVl'Haa. I, U. Utmi were la Ju. Col. Frank I. Wolfonl an o!4 and bt lored tlU Kid. Jot. Ilallou'wilt preach at to the Court of Appeal, which on Tueaday on the boards. ateurs apcarcd Inttanlly laenofour town, la making prenarationa to move JA.W..N Ua ynlTjaj. poaratii aap Church next Sunday at It erery ttep became light o Unlit that the Ma.lt. N. raailr, lib Mba affirmed the decliioo. where ri.Er.K transition could be termed a dance wera it to Columbia, Ky,, regret ha etpects to mate hla IsiCsnJUilefOBriKCVIT COUKT IVniocrarleof o'clock. y nanlji, Ut rater. Lincoln; subject to tbe action of the burr NlakllntaK all e rery much to loae auth a future home. We Two PiiTOi-T- he other night, while 17 lur Nella, Ttlaa, An Ecumenical Council of the Mi th not that tome tcrupuloui perton might be Taluabla member of aoclety, ami he earrlee with rsrty. allocked at the announcement. Any bow tOL. LiRl'b Tnowia will aUrl llh I Mil Allen Eeiileyand aome frienda wera en en! it Church ia called to meet in Cincin there waa a queer bobbin, of head and him tbealml wUheaofall who know him. nUrrllvn ttk OtH, aaJ will ! k frit gaged I R friendly game of card, Will it. c. ivAititi:x 11 obi It t On ItlarhbtitBt. crossing of feet, l'roceedi of the a(T.ilr $S3. nati on the Clh of Mar. tauter aut tk I3ik. Carton, who waa not In the game, made The follow I Dg is a verbatim reiort of Kon Is Csn.lldlla FOtl COMMONWEALTH'S Ml The Northern Methodial Church haa ABBB Odoxb, A llaikatllle, aim I.IXCOLX Ibr thia IUalrlct, aulijccl to Ik acll.n of lain F, Eobbitra rneech at Kichniond last the Iseoiocratlc rarty. nai.UrdatikTlaat wrk, aurk I U IkcoV. unie remarki about the count. IVatley in the United Slate 1,CK S.I7 mciiiliera aaked him not lo interfere, but Canun 71111 lief litu. Ilfkl el kr aaaay vana IrlaaJa. MonJaf, no far na It relate, to Governor and oant church procrty to the amount nf Mia Umil Lawla. l Mb Vera. aeniM. Mr. T. McConl ha boucht out fi. A. and at length became Intuiting, addI. rnoiEssioviL. Middlcton. Mr. Middlclon and family Cue burn: rallkrMr. Jaa. DnJJerar, ralM u MaaJar ing that he waa not afraid of him. finally $01,033,000. a lew remarks In regard to anJ tvtulultillala a IflBllaf Three of the Mrtho Hat Iliahopi hare will return to their former home near "Now, (Jot. Mackburn'a wholesale (hardening Hley, Ceailey itarted to adtanc on htm, when ilieJ tince (Icncrtl Conference, Tit.. Iilahoii Crab Orchard. H. MILLEU, wbich, like a poiaonoui untaln gnsblng lurth, -- r Ua. Lao II. klieLltoi ABO Ml. I'erkokal. Dr. J.II.Moore.ofKorth Jaau W Canon drew a piatol from each imckct and Janea, of New York, the tentor In the Tbla HIM, llk Ikelr tuallln, will bat Carolina, haa located here with hi brother, haa pro ted a curse to tbe Commonwealth. A I thia joint be Ictclcd Ibem al tleailey. parJooIng powtr baa been greatly abused, to tbe Church nftcr the death of lliahop Morria; James Alio irr. ll Irctii Iroru a reeaWBieM iKjararooj mi,bm A. Moore. byalandera Interfered and the pirtie were AT LAW, Ikraa u lkM wilh kai Ikar aaat U Ikrawa. Iliahop Amca, of Jlaltiniore; Ciahop llltrn thorough course of medical Initructinni, great detriment of the Common weal lb-- to the en- - ATTORNEY teiaraled, No warrant waa applied fur by Maa. KvutBIt IH'CUr IVm. having completed hit profession in New courageiu4nt of flea and crime. But, Got. Mack- rtkarBlnc whoae officii! retMencc wa In All mil. HU'.vrsX''iii. icy. IAcaalrr NtrtalwooVBl, Bill Uat York. Coming to well recommended a a trtirn say i that tbe rmltentury la greatly orcr- kr any of the partie, but the facta cooling Wlllprsctlrclntheeourll of tult thd )'raakBitl,iiMlttrnviera f..i.vji, gentleman, we best-ra- k etpart I L re to the eara o. Judge Dcnnl It taaned a for crowded, and that dlstempera, malaria and diaeas-r- a counlietind I h Court of A.mi1s. tiljiilnlntt of ii .i.v vnor. Ollic lu Idirtician and ashare of the are (ilea Mil rk .)r am laterrallit: llrwa froM warrant for Caraon, and the eve will be patronage of sounds thereby engendered. Now, gentlemen, that ins plausible, hunuoe and speiloua. Let us 4 our community. (leorge Carter purchased thia week Messrs. Mooro and GibIkalHxv. when we hoie Carton mule at $70 Tub acaaaieiaa loc Ik Inl ntk la law tried son inlend oieuing out a drug store In our pick this flimsy excuse to pieces, and let the rays T S. A K. lo $U. HOCKKU, from the great aun of Truth ablnivon It, and let ue will be taught a leon that will beaprullt wkakateeociMirateJ aa lf Ikelr talued BalrofU The Kelson Itccord rcjwila tales of '.'1 town shortly. ar la umn A. C IUj.Us R. M. Ogack, M. C. lohim for all lime lo coiue. Mis Nannie Searcy, who haa been aeeifthatUtbe true reason tor turning thia law Itoya mmt uiiile at .1 and at $'.0, and .11, BBUa, Nalkaa UlajUloo, WajanUrr, W. A. be thown while young that there It a leaching the public school for thia district lesa band of desperato men loose upon society. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Governor, if that la the reaaon br your wholesale. $110 Tarrr, lll(ktaikl, I. U. AJaau, HaaKxitiUa, 1ST. left tiiia week for her home In Clark counttilngenllaw agalnat the carrying nf conAaaJUia, MIIUnlll; W. I. OrlBtaa, Mn. John told lien Itobinson, of ty, ricate allow ui to make mention in Indiscriminate pardonlog, why did you pardon thirty maMifor Tlwlatlogtbeiroatha andbonJsbr cealed weaimne. IkjullB, I'uak McClT.j, Jiu. I'allM, Jala M. NTANPOUl), KV. (iarrard, 11 head of shipping caltlr, 8 at 4 tiiia connection of the most pleasant aflair selling whlaky to minora and corrupUngthemor- Jo tatat aara, Uf. II. Waare. llarrla A County CoI'KT. Thia Court wat in aca- - ml lite other al 3) cei.ls. The welgheil among all our Christmas plcasanlriea the aUoftbeouthaof tbe country t These oflendera OffictJOTcrMrAUatdJ. N.uikIU;, Jaa.lt. Warm, Aakel Omkj, Uti. exhibition given at the close of Mia Sear were Ljtle'l Hlorf. nut to lo punlahd by confinement In the ,XjO ry school. Though many of the lUtr LtlU, G. Ik IMUwlll, A. It IVBBI, llaf aiou twu daya, with all of the Magiatntc ) UmlkMa, MalUWrU A ktan. II. U. ltar, I' prcaent, and a good deal ol biuinciu waa stage fur the fint time, Htate real tea tlary tliey would not have crowded John M. Hail told a car load of cattle former were on tl.o K. MYK1LS, V. Utalrr, I. U. JHM,JikB Ua'(kaalB,Ja.H. they all acted their reticctire part well, luce lla. Why did you, up ta theSOUtof October, tranaacled Coiunilaahmrra were apoInt- - in Cincinnati, this week, recently purchased Mtufby, II. U. IVIiaUliM.T. ami tome of them nduiirablr. The enter- parduu torty men loc carrying concealed deadly '. A V U Vinuis. ed lu eiamlne and report on the 10 tn $1 00 per propriety in Wayne county, at $3 J tainment iiion the whole wat quite a suc- weapunst They are uot punished by omuaeiuent ATTORNEY Ua, U II. I1ie, i. II. MUWr, k. M. AT LAW, llJaoa, SaMBrl Wkarloa, Jaaiea. lhijilarir, Rlaa-k- i, of oiiing a new road from Chaa. Glim, hundred. They weighed 1,100 oumla. cess, and considering the facililiea and tur lu lb State IVnltentlary. Why did you ard)ii ga Hitlers In the rily of Louisville and remit -- The eilra little farm of SO arret, Iste-l- y munillnir M. V. Uriakler. HU Vrrtwai II. H, ll.ja urar Milledgrfille, to ltufua Iloyl', near II rcllcctetl great credit unon all eighty r Ono.halt of their M'lwivronw, icv. floes lo tbe aiuoual of IK, Ma UtUaua, 1 Mra. M. K. TtaiUtUkri K. U. nf J. W. enraged and particular praise waa accord- flnea weut lor the education of tbe uor cbltfreuof purchased by J. K. KhrrHTH. 11. lUughiuan the Cary line Ultkauud, Mo., kr Mr. W. M. Illnlaa; J. iualified a SlierlfT with John llaughmaii Ijisler, ha been told to V. M. I lewes, of ed Mis Hearer fur hrr untirins rnercr in this Commonwealtb, and yet, air, after tbla sum IllCr wilh JuJc rtllllp In th. (Mirt.linuaii ILMouaUUdraiifaibViiJauilallallitlKtUllkNta making preparations, and tlio admirable had vested in them, you wrest It from their tiny tkiusro. Mr. liaugli-uia- n Alliince, O, who Is shiL4-i- i of aa a very manner lu which the coiuliictcil the ia.kj Mil. C BajUr. Mlaa UU jaaw and J. A, Harriaaaaecurlliea, hands and band It back to tbe gamblers, and by MiAIMer, Haa. M. lllalaa,J. II. tlak, lUWel 10 dclimiueula, which were desirable citizen. The nicht waa most unfavora returned your acllon aay, 'Here, gentlemen, lake this and QAM. M. IIUItDCTT, (VnWr, Jat. K lloMau, Jikn Jllo, I'lab Or-- arccplcil by the Court with the cireplinii There Ii a gnat tlir in the inula mar-Le- t, ble, yrt the house wai fillrd. Mis Hearer, bet It again' Tfino wonder that a learned dikanl, Wu. Pajf, month the ha spent with T W lllf. nuking the total number 623. A and price luvo adinnccd lulty $'.M during the fire Louisville, In a atrmon ongani-tllnATTOR N EY AT LAW, Ilai ir. U K. Vain, lllaealUa, k'aaaaa; Thawaa of IS, us, ha made many warm friends, who were vine of tbe city ol apeaka of tbla humane, remitting Goveruur year ago 1,4m delinquent were returned, on r gootl mule, but unfortunalrly they very reluctant to give her up, but rejoice , M. Valler, MlUUIUbtinj, Mtllui.tlclaatclllll, Uamwa, ItalU llif, 1 1, K. Ljoa; C M. ol which 343 were rejected, letting the are M'P.VIJHIVON. I"V. well in the hope that the will occasionally re- aa ha duca. These gamblers would not have crowd Jka quite acarre in thia at malaria or Jva, llauaUaia, V. H. Ilfara, AlllanM.Il., br total lUt 1,143, but tome of the 313 hare a many other counties. turn where the will ho accorded the warm rd Ibo reailcntiary or Increased theby distempers there. And, Governor, w have you W. UO.y;lt.K Lea, l J. Will nraftlr nrofiliii In lLvlctailli in.l fl4ir 1. IV. -(- leorgo W, Alford bought on Court est welcome by her many friends and ad bankrupted the Treasury by remitting fine and adjoinliiir count. hlaand In the lwrl uf jtiiBpila. delinquent. On Latla, McKUMj BUIIi jHkaua Illttai, B. W tlnce been acretnl anylng nothing about the mfunri. forMturcslo tbe amonnt of many Ibouaauda of feipr.al glren to collixtloiia. alrength of hit cloae collection llio day tit luiilraRt $03 to $32 (.0, and ti mirers Illvaaa, Dr. II. W. fllvtua.tlf TrltUe. W., Khel. I dollars, which amounts ought to have born collect hyltlji Jess ICNwop, Murvlstowa. IsJ.i . Court auowej Jlr. luiigtiman eXU eilra good driving horse at $00 In $100. Tues If ntfon rifle. and helped to pay the poor witnesses who hare T. W. V All OS. WALLACfc, C VARNOy. M. UrtWwaik.J. W. WetlherfurJ, tl. C l.ro, A tht I the firs! issue ol llie rear. ed of hi vrculilte, thia amount lu be de- day he bought of (leorgo llcncdirt tiz - peen dragged by legal proees and forced to testify Uav J. A. IW.I Mra. and n the season ii acrcd to quiet medlJk. I'lfM, lluaUivllla, I; of now tr ducted from any Increaw in Klierlfl'a fee tmall luiile at $03. T. W. A U VAUXON, M.L.Urttgtr.Judf M. U. Uaalry, Mra. M, U. tnllc.ii rather Hun frivolous talk, I will ask la behalf the Commonwealth, and who months have drawn nothing froui the Treasury, -- Ixillin ILLt Cattle are athade lower but little apace KoUuaua, J. B. Itollasoii, Uward Auallo, J. A. thai (4m preaeut Igialature may male. It been compelled to shavo their ilalius al a Ckapprll, laneaalcr, hy P. A. Uiik T. L. la rather a hard cat ti hare to pay lliia, and are quoted aa follow i (lood tn eatra Aa toon a the wagoni of mover cease but have ATTORNEYS AT LAW, tUccuta on UllatUoi M. L. kUharJj. ML Uleu; J, built Ii economy at last, aa it baa tared ahlplra, 3J to 4c-- , beat butchers', 3 to 3t--, loolwtruct Iheitreeta, I will try to locate ruluoua rate hy taking pardon crimes the Cellar. If of tho foulest HTANFOUI). ICV. discover to what Joint the Governor can (bus M. Kslnaa, Ittealar, Ttiaaj J. tl. Lm, Allaa, Tai. and over $000 lo the county. Uf the rcliited medium to good, 3 to3c; thin to common, the and most revolting nature, without aay mitigating M, W. H. t'alind, UiltgtoBi Joka Melcslf, JuJa the old dcnlicn hare gone. Offlre In Court ISquare. , ctreumitancea, what binders blm from throwing Rccouuta of the delinquent! of 1S7R, Mr. 1 1 to SJc. The warm and rainy weather ILJ. UrrtklurlJga, DiBtllle-- J. B. PuoojUleri rttJM.cs t tho lidio alioul.l forget portals the Penitentiary JAS. n. IHIMUar. Kl,t Mouatilaj B. J, HalbU, M'eodaUick, Ky., II. lound receipt lor $137 Ol held by u haa effected the hog market, and figure their privilege and their Julia, I would wide open tho convictsof within Ita walla In aand re- IIIAS. A. IMSDIN. leasing all tho single ty llulll, Jr i Mlaa 2titl M, Henry, IIAKDIN A DU.NLAl', who had been carcleaaly returned. 1 le are illll lower. Choice, $1 15 lu $1 1VS; remind them that tlili It the year of jubilee dayt AtkMU, Ky , Wta. WilUce, Uti. Wa.. Crow, which Iher are at librrtr to the who had been overIvilra aliccp meet assert rear In common, $1 lu $3 CO. t'eUowcitlaeiu of the county uf Madlsoo,when ATTORNEYS AT LAW, themselrc. Some ol our old bacheISI! Lick) Mra. Ssisk K. Luce, Eagleuia'i MIU; alao liateil 131 Common lor are trembling in their boot, other you contrast tho wise and rudent administration Kua M. Wllltuis EuUskl kllllMj Wa. VTlddlr, looked by the Assessor, for which he wa with ready tale at 4 to 4c. lANVUVTslJ. ICY. glfled young of McCrea W hav tgruiaU a faitasrahlp MHuanl,hj J. M, llaj MUaUul A. iMy.lly allowed 103 0, lo be deducted from the bring to 2 to 3c waning lur results, rvime ry, your tbe ruinous townsman. JamesofILGovernor liar lulh(!uurlablrluvliB4lD Ksr lb rirlU ot bliosopnicauy wilh aJiuloUlratkn lhCkurtf lUillls) Mrt.Jack lUck, MaoalalJ, Ttiaaj Mia. Attestor. A itileuienl of the amount due are ordered new tull In tueiuirallun of ltlaikburu, which, like a ltolsououi upas, haa -- beo II. riinglctor, who told out last sir. llanlia wlll,lv.lwjat .Itruttv l ta. IL K. IUn, llsailllfl Wl. KwdUlge, Mllledgo. look aa if they suli.lt a ahar css.lalhllu;lUiirl. W.Harris. Iiurbaia U by Mr. Ilauglinian to the county fur the rialiirday preparatory to leaving fur Kau eruergencle, and one or two blighted tbe hoptja and (uture ruateU of Ken A Balrima,, t)dlov.r vlllo; Haiawl llutu, UrjaaUtllUi Kf- Portiuau, would rather be victimised than uot. luulay'a. IIAHIHN grow at least als laches taller; DUNLAr. levy of 1871) and reliated delinquent wat nas, give u the following rriHirt of hi Mtllatt, Tana; MUi Joll M, Vulloa, Louisville) Tell John Ulain that la aouii aa ho tucky, you oughttoto your eyes glisten with the ore 11a J, It, Mclarra, UtBvlllr, it. C. Wurva, produced by Mr. Miller, allowing it lo be sale: I thoroughbred cow, $30 ; 1 yearling hall have rccuraled he will be required, asm, your ought ought to eipund and oi enlhuaU "j C. MOI10AN, I). P. H., your heart cheat kUlfcuJ; J. It. ItjsJ. lluiloovllU. Court, thoroughbred heifer, $33; aldcrnry heifers, by order of the County Court, If necessary 1U9 23, which lie paid In swell with lofty and e tailed rrldal The former L receiving a receipt lu full, and a rot of $21 to $33, calves, $10 to $11; milch cow a, to resume hi retcarche among tho ar- waa the wis aJmlnlslratloncI a slateamanj the I.Or.l ti MATTKHH. chive of the early time. Hit article in the heifer and cow, 2 lo 3 j holiday Issue hat eicilcd great interest, la t let the weak and vaacilUllng mUutolst ration of IIAB rKKiUNhNTLY I'uulutiltruiB, L.T. Bkull, Ik pkobcripker, thank for efficient terrier wa tendered $28 to $38; fat LOCATI.U IN tJTAN. . him HIUIl, KY . br IL. i.rll.a .1 UaolLlrv. With r bushel, $1 73; and R great many famished Oliver Twist aa old granny Governor's mssag Th Judge and County Attorney ccnti per pound. Corn w lit t rvuMutorad hy taaay of Ik olJrr rltlaeBi. I see la tbe that be lain la- -, lh. lm,liMloa. anJ lU'waa br vUjvmi y ttri tgotad did a tramelsloui wer ordered tu procure the passage of a oat, $1 03 to $2 00 100 bundles; hay, are "asking for more." John, like llyron, vorol abullsblug some ol the Court a, I aupposo hla IwaulvVMrs tltwrlsBCObilu CullvK. itt Itenlslrv bavlbf irlualwl In lh. hat become famous. He ha certaiiilr ex Uialueaa la bt llu. J up I kll galkjry and tc bill tu alluw the refunding of the $7,000 $10 to $15 iwr itack. Household and celled "the ltollin' " in ilyle, and "the (Jib- - reason for that must be that be finds soma Jlficul lu lh. twits i4lbG&-- i, Ii bsiiiM tu uivrlt a UUrtl rJoulhrnj. HtluMrwt, lall Ilrnr Iktold tallow. If hla hair ll a lllll 'ruled, fun ty now In pardoning tbe couvklaaa fast aa these InUodl.l rhimh. county bunJa now oulalanding and bear- kitchen furniture told well. bom " In choice ol iiiiijfct. will tun an tbtt k la th aaui win, Courts, through tho honest Jurlve of (ho coo o try, Coumtv Court IUv -- All cliasc of ing Interest al 8 r cent annum, into inriaima wcck wa inonooiiieu send theia to r'raaktort lor violating taw. The the It. J. liiniluildgt Ouoa l'LKia.-J- d cent, or a lower rat of In- biitlnea wit lively Court day, and a much ir tverrl "Young Ainriica," Kw of the Governor also adviaoa tho yurat of ten and T KK F. HUKKMAN, IWrt ll la teailu, Ulu eta of gvbertl lupor-lia- e bond of 0 any A to get R larger amount of money changed hand old folia mad weredemonstration.Haul few eifbtdellaraperday lo pro ttiu Judges, and pro Tu lull of lb Naltouil terest. They were alati ordered ha lea triad. thrown In, bo- light accident! SURGEON DENTI8T, Attorneys, who are already Usak vt, tlrwa T. Jiauea remit fur lh third change lu the law to tint the Count Court than usual. There I a decided evidence gan rested to muule ct hi gun on Ida tern Cwumouwealth'a ifu I hutg Jury. Th Mlaaet Itaugaarty nuti will lnv the power of electing a County of better time, and a atrong disposition foot and thot olT one of Id toe, llob present and la Court on other tuslneaa, but the ItV. pour witnessca, wbo are to be takeu'from their Jstvdi IXUVy tor fl,oM diuiige awe driving Treasurer and fixing hla and tn aU Milu 8lnl, tar duura aUva coiuniutloii, In. on the part of those who Intend to uiy their Urren fired a pistol, Ida fingertrying to catch- fimllieaand daily labor, upon wbUh they arede galiitt tktlr bora, causing htut to throw lbw lo badly dimthe ball had on of lh Utr Uoul. Ik grouBd, hot Ik Jury ratamed a vtrdltl aW lead of Iwavlng lh apiiolntuiriit to the debt to llipildato and ttart the New Year aged. Charlie (iuldcn attempted, on hone- - pendent lor auppsrt, are to go aa Lest they can to 1'ura Nltrfrua UlU. tla adtslaUtviJ ba r remain there a week at IbWr Judge aa th law now standi lkdvft.BdaBI. Tho cattle trade bark, lo plot a carriage containing tereral Court and Uiri. with the world, bherlll lutrisL own eipeuse, erou a general Cut, and they are lo llaughmin and W. II, Miller were waa, aa we are informed by Capt. II. T. liJies. The night waa dark and the road Th Iwv Ugaoi wba Bitda Ik t'lruur. rective aelblng. Thia la Lea ui Ifu I arououiy, and taaiullou kr. II. C Jooaa, a rvpufl of aklrk a Cuniiuitte to make a final let- - Iljih, auctioneer, better Ihan for tereral tortuoua hence Charlie went under water, now bumanlty f The Governor aaya thai the PUBLIC SALE OF LAND. baring tumbled from a blull bank Into the song of contentment If aeard thnwgnoul our Lor wvgav tail week, wer bulk rrvald by bbarlft tletucnt Mr. 1'ort- - courts, th demind being greater and the I Krland rherlfl langing Fork. "llaTigkuiaaiflaragouJ iKl o IrvuU. kill wit dors. Governor, you are wUiakeo la the sound reoolulion, which waa adopt- bidding livelier. Then were 2o0 cattle, ON MITUKIIAY, JANUAUY I.lh, 1W0, I raptured it llualouvltltud put uadar bund, but inan offered nuaoHAU rSaui. M. William bxk of U tlUWJs'.vlIU, I iibibl, wba. PlUllllkf air. ilauakliasajbrlkHuck ed, that the tecond day ol the nelt Court uiwlly of medium quility, which told at hit deirtur. on Haturdar. for Jit. Olive. you hear. Tla not the songttour peace aav coo ten I th U...nkiim r Uuj, Bill all Ui lh. hlh4aaavnl ItLalt raaaaajUDda Rlltun tiiuissHfl LuL 'ila llu uaa.r, titu.i. tuddrlviualutlkNl b low wa of Claim be set for lh election of a from 3 to 3 cents. Aged luulea brought In Casey county, where he ha taken charge thrill e.Kuiltrrortnd It. louJ trick of roar :". il"1Vu,,.'i taplurvd about! A, ., I a abaaly Jualovvrth ',JHW'0Jl,kf,J"'' 1 aantf llu aiul Uousbtto llualuavlu. tiara b Poor House Commissioner, and that th $73 to $100. I'iug horse told aa uaual. of a school, cam I a veteran Knight of psriloiiaJtloailcIa itwlav Ulol Ihli iiln Oi M. a StUaaiii anu johu i iiuaiHa. i ae lanti w Mkl trl--, laaooulb.1 b t n.i.r.'.llli.f a ImM lu bwod of tJou. lla vouldt'lgli II in leruie, ana nai aiwaya been very lupu-la- r ItirtR IhHtsI lit oeacvU rill-- , anJ Bssa tuialtpolu:4i ft. II will l auU lu Usm a wa WMUiiiii aUu, b was (lection be held with closrd door ami by Capt, J. M. Hlgglna hi tale of Irua aa an Instructor Mia Hell lEoot. of twrther, laiuil ounhaMt, lesaad be lus uoudor hlaiiucle. Ir. Isata. It le Tbbb. Ilualklrdsh, lu. Uluii I II uos,. Jm tkaMl bMlM. ILiw !uotuil.uj ir i11 Oil on lot. tiiia rnoiuiioii cap medium ul cattt al 2 to Sir, and of mule at $02 lu your place, i peut a week In tiiia ricinily, .. w isvIihiiiiihI gbuisM wbsu b gala kla prepoelrroutnr, Wku rvrr keaid of ml Hras waniil mt Itsv IvBtilt. 4Ulsl.f IW.Cu... Ill i.,1u.,ou IU.I II U aVu, one pair in good one telling liign up. 11 iwiar tails u gtl vus I man and bride dadt r Couil holding a KCrel Miaioii a tM; plug horse from $30 lo too. ar still with their frlruda a UlS, IV, IIOIIIII Tl' luk rJroacBIIUauJ Ititiut. Th KHRfi. nn .Tidenre i.f l?ller lime we are glad W aide to alale tlmt orer em hundre.1 ,nbwme, a goodly number f them new, lute paid up their aobaerlptlen to the l.tir-ni- n Jevn- nai, within Hie laot week. Wo thank theM gnnil frlemla from the Imltftni nf rmr heart fur thia cralirylng crhlenee of ther apiw dallan, ami will double rnir dlllgenrc In iirnairolllieni an. I the liw.aml rmlentorlo da nil In our power lo nmkcertm aa ndinn aa poaaiblc A hrR ' u uni a ii i tot ri. Rl rtlerfafer. Jmlge Owaley and wifr retiinml from Franknwl on Mtimlay. -- - Hermina'a anrtlan hattraetlngrrowda lo the lull day ami night. At llie prevent rfae nf mercury our Hum mer'a aupply of lee crenm will lie here Wonder if all th Lrm "In U v. esn neeeetl aa well in (tarrard liar ..Mr. rhenanlt and bride were al chtireji laat Hnrslay looking quit happy Mra. h. teema Justly cnlitleil to all the pralte the ha elicited OHr old friend, Ahram also iiretrntrd a blooming bride at church. Al Ii greatly Imprar-- 1 eil by Ihecbange, ami lookt half a century younger thin during hit widowhood.... We heard tint three newly married coup let were at the Chriallan Church, rl Mr ami Mrs. Knnflman, Mr. ami Mrs. Fmbry ami .iir nnu Air, lainoi. jtrnicAl 3 & LYTLE, -- Ie, Expectorant Rjionxs M'ALISTER DEALERS I2ST- - DRESS GOODS. Wc have .in iiiimciiNR slock Tor you to ru'lccf from in ISl.iclc mid Colored Alpncn.s, Aii.strnliaii vLVnpo, ISrocndvd I'opliu.s, Iiloiiiic CIolli, IVcnch IVovclticM, CotAll-Wo- ol Canli-mor- e, 0'll Colored and ISlaek .Silk, lCiI)oiiN, Frillies, ISiitton.s, Av. lopliiis, CaliiglianiN, &!. Also a fine line of i'sn Trimmings in Velvet, Satin, l'ekin, ton It. ' PILLS PILLS PILLS PILLS PILLS PILLS TUTT'S- PILLS TUTT'S PILLS TUTT'S PILLS TUTT'S TUTT'S TUTT'S TUTT'S nin: TUTT'S TUTT'S DOMESTICS. Wo call especial attention to our stock of g Bleached and Brown Cotton, Shooting, and Prints. As it is a well established fact that theso goods will bo highor later in the season, you should lose no timo in buying. Bed-Tickin- lT. TUTT'S "HAIR DYE,' LACE CURTAINS. Having bought our stock of Laco Curtains in advance of the season, we are therefore enabled to offer them at old prices, which are 20 per cent, less than tho market value will be later in tho season. A new stock of Fringed Window Shades, Shades and Holland in popular Gilt-Band - iu le, - r. iuir.i:v, CARPETS & OIL CLOTH. custo- coi:ti These goods are entirely new. This being a new we have made a great effort to place before our mers a large and varied line at lewest prices. lktklB(r TT " BOOTS & SHOES, For Dion, Women and Children. Only ono trial necessary to convinoo yon of their real valno. Every pair warranted. tr sr t Call and see our stock before you Very Respectfully, buy. McALISTER & LYTLE. LAND FOR SALE! A rat q I. Yory Desirable Resilience !., IN STAN IV UD rale Farm, fontalalnar IU Arrea. la offer- Mforaale, It la well liuproTeU an4 haa on tl a go.nl anJ romrurtablo U writing, a new tarn, aUbteo a No. 1 orcharJ ' 1 alao offer foe anJ allneceaaarr rent the residence now occuplf--t auj uerrr-billo- g water In abundance. It la aim tliellaudlng Fork, fie mile frvni Htaa by Mr. l. II. lvjialaioo. Itla new, well 6nlabe4It. funLon thaltkelpaJlnc tolanTUIf. It will be aodcowfortaUe. ruaaeaaioo will be glren Jan. eoUl at a bargain, cur lurtner iartlculara. Inquire AdJrtva nierare Reaaoitiowl A Co., Untlnnall, oi or J. N. Craig, blanbrd, Kj. J. M. 400-- it Or Cobt. l.jtle, MantufJ, JCjr. Tf 1 otu':it, Wl J.N. DAVIS' CARSON &DODDS, UTESANDPEAIiEEajN tacr Saddlery, Harness, VAH1ETY STOKE. TUp.Ulatr iBtiual that Block ol llissl at asr alor tlrul, I UTAH t UUU, OHulallriBLara 1 - sza., Main Street, - bar ia.J ol ruowa. iwar lh. Stanford, . Ky. j qrogbries, confectioneries, BooU, Bbwi, 0n DENTIST, Hati.Olothbg, OlVASaWAIlE, ir ir lr - rll.. Wo will koop for salo a full lino of tho abovo goods, all and of tho boat matorial. hand-mado QUEEN8WABB, Tobuwo, cikhw, winiih, i.hjuouh. ivrc. aniai EaJlea Yirletv of BooJrj Article!. hTANrOltl), REPAIIUNG. A FAMILY NUlTIsY NTiHli: Brvu, ''. art ..iin.wmiitus. thraf fl tl,ll .ll, ' $li2ffi?ZiX&UM In our lino Willi lU'iilHi-wmill ilUpiilrh. Ait vx.tcrlcHco l uioro lIuiH ii iiiurlt'r ufa it'Hlii ry In ohi-- IuinIiiokm ciiuliliti um lu iroHilN3'our ciuloiucrH Iho bent uorka Wo have not only "cuihc lo htay," but Hro hero anil Kl HMuy. (J lie uh h full. a la hsl I tariurt J tht trW,vtltll14 at. wv awua tu ItlvM. l tllr aajllilsa Ihn C0UNTKY PKODUCE wr Tak. lu a.haji tar lluula, it lh hlsbr.1 kill hat nlm. Illlu ss rsill aSssllrv, r'rBlksrra, UutUt, Wai. WIU Uaiu. UrJ. IWnHi. Ubu. iNt Uwsl. H BU7lhliiTtls.. 14 I .111 gtv Ikssus ts Ibflr fill vbIsb. lr I 1. X. UAllH, tsr III. is.. She Jnlcrior Journal. Friday Morning, January 0, 1880. fscnx itroruiATios. If w hsd a Blew bouse with a bedroom on tb first fleer, wo tronli. at once abolish the nso of that room m a awwrilng afartmoat, beiw wo are Mtiafted that it is a wrong ms-toit boinc Bineh lrMlthlar to l"fp Many a family, of which lhi members went saflering and weak In general, has been rwtorcd to aTigoron. and htlthy condition by following onr advice, which was to remove their bedroom t to have their beds, summer and winter, eipoced tho whole day to tho fresh air from the open windows except, of course, when thero Is rain or mint and aim have, during the whole night, ono window partially open, even in winter, so as always to inhale the fresh cool air from the outside, but using at the tamo llmo precaution to have suf to secure warmth. ficient Hcuoolmo Trut Does NoirnccATK. The wholo tendency of modern edn ration is to lift toys and girls to places they are not fitted to fill, to disgust them with work they are fitted to do, which must be done, and which can bo easily obtained. Our theory Cf education is continually losing sight of a fact which never presents itself to be ignored, and teaching the young to lose sight of it, that the mass of people In every generation and under whatever form of Government must be laborers. The old heresy that every boy ha a chance to bo President of the United States has done more mischief in the small brains of boys who, when they attain manhood's strength, are fitted to dig trenches and do nothing else, thau it has even in larger brains of publio mm who, onco bitten with the personal application of the idea, are good for nothing afterward. Tho boy should have an education which, when completed, will make the subject better rmrsno well work for fitted to which hoi adapted; which makes him not ashamed to do it, and which thus dignifies labor. Mcsccnn DiviLoruiXT. The road is easy. He who wants but little strength need do but little work, but be ' who wont great strength must do great work. If he has not perseverance he will not get far. If be has, he can, oi- peciallT with an eager ccmnanion. in an hour's work a day aimed especially at hi weak spots, render himsslf a thor-- 1 oughly well-buiman in 1880. The rules are a simple as thceo of any me- - ' cbanical art No expensive tools are required. The methods are portable, i as a man traveling, for Instance, can I as well in a hotel room a at home. 0-BA- taluk or woiunoi.D COINS. From I5w littr ef InformationOrlrwn. Mint Coiner Mew lb. at Inquiries are daily made at the mint M to tho lout current weight at which ths Oorernrarnt will rvcelregold coins at their nominal nine. Under the fonrteonth section of tho Coinage acto! 1873 it it proridod 'that ro! J coins reduced in weight natural abrasion not mora than one-haof 1 per centum the aUmlanl weight, alter a period of circnlalion of twenty years, and proportionate rate for a leu period, ahall be rpceirtd at their nominal valao at the United Htatci treasury and IU lj oftlces." itallaada Tnrr. dollar Qaartnaaila The following statement exhibits the standard weight and least enrrent weight of gold coins after a circulation of twenty years, and at which leant current weight they are receirable in payment of debts to the United States flt4n4ar4 Im Cr wmu miomn. tm Onrtnt, in sua sis aaf t tV171 IM Cull iw-- r.tl rii Vegetation on the liar I h. The densaljr-laxnriAtropical plants, with their lofty palms andwlldernessof creepers; the moro open woods of oak, elm or pine, and the plains of gross or lienlber of temperate climes; tho mosses and lichens of the fur north, and the millions of minute algro on fields of snow; the enormons mames ot mnrino plants, and the ranltitndlnons green threads of every pond or rivulet, are ono and all continually engaged during the hours of daylight in tearing from tho atmophcro Its carbon, and in sucking from Ihe earth or sea its water (with the mineral substances dissolved in it), in order to Imild np new masses of organic substanco from theso purely Inorganie materials. The quantity of living matter thns dally formed may be tnilr termed enormous. Tho dryland nf the earth' snrfaee is estimated at H2,nw,480 square miles. Lctnsassumo n,st of this 16,000,000 sqnsre miles (or arc clothed with a little over veffcUtion nrciorttna wtocrethor tho the ocean- -! let vegetation of ima iuu iawiu mi. ui mj cuiii of this sur-w- o ie the 'growth daily, and every ymr will be formed a man one Inch thick and square miles In extent, which tronld make a solid cube of vegetable HAMirn om An Athlete'! a TRArrzr. xrniru men Met i i.Arrjl a. .,fNTH Frf HWarl Mf-tJP! viKrtuirorn VANTrifnr M riRIOMCAW. in TM MS tJJI TMl S41S stand-ard f lllar er weight of the gold dollar being of a grain, it will continue enrrent until reduced in weight below 0 25 grains. All double eagles which have not been artificially reduced in weight will be found within tho limit of natnral abrasion allowed by law. Tho same rule will apply to eagles s coined coined since 1815, coined since 1855, and qnarter-eagle- s since I860. Tho double oaolo should continue current for fifty years from the dato of years; coinage; me eagie lor tnirty-inr- e the half-eagl- e for twenty years ; and the three-doll- ar qnarter-eagl- e at piece and lout fifteen years. The deriatlon from of a standard weight of grain allowed by law in the coinage of the gold dollar exceeds the legal limit of of a grain. wear by nearly All pieces of this denomination coined since 1BC0 will be found within the legal tolerance, if not fraudulently reduced in weight. These periods are estimated for coins when they constituto a part of the circulating medium, or are frequently transferred in treasury and customs transactions. In this country, as in England, there Is no "least current weight" for silrer coins fixed by law or treasury regulations. The natural abrasion of silver coins is not so great as generally supposed. It is expected that fully fifty years will elapse before the coins isuuod under laws passed within the list five years will need renovation. Careful observation and experiments in this country show the average loss from natural abrasion of the whole body of silver currency, when in actual circulation, to be about 1 per cent, in twelve years, the smaller coins, s quarter-dollarand dimes, showing a greater percentage of loss than half' dollars or dollars. The legal deriatlon from the I37 eiretablo debris in the form of coal lu (arts of the world (as In rcnnsyl-v.uim)- , which may lo In alternating Itetls seventy feet in thickness, and over an area larger than that of Yorkshire. Tho wonder, at first sight, rather that tho aizo of tho solid earth is does not, in succeeding ages, notably increase at tho expense of its fluid and aeriform matter. lint fast as organic matter is thus accumulated by so cnor mous and incessantly acting a mann factory, its fabrio is nevertheless much like the web of Penelope; for close upon life follows death, and with the death of all organisms, their substance (by dccomjiosition) return again for the most part (as water, carbonlo acid, am' ntrlnna eti .1 in Hint nionia and organic world whenco it was originally derived. Mm , t'istwo should have accumulations of "l,e,rtnlfl."Ce?.,?.".?i.n "L'lVti" co ' Monkey's Trick. One of the best tilings that ever was heard of happened in France not many weeks ago. There lives in the south of r ranee a man of wealth, whose chateau or country place of residence has around it very tall trees. The cook of the chateau has a monkey, a pert fellow who knows ever so many tricks. Tho monkey often helps the cook to pluck "Is all pan." tho feathers from fowls. On the day J.nai will do, lousee, gentlemen that interests us tho cook gave the of the jury, the witness ha no idea of monkey two partridges to plnck, and a four-quapan at all,'' and tho jury, uio monaey, seating tamseil on an having been awakened by the Sheriff, open window, went to work. He had nod oil again in acquiescence. picked the feathers from one ot the partridges and placed it on the outer Drain-Wor- k Iedgo of the window with a satisfied and grunt when, lo I all at onco a hawk flew The London Medical llecortl sums roost up as follows the results ot some very down from one of tho tall tree near by interesting measurements of heads by and bore off tho pluckud bird. Master Ihe Lngll-.l- i and American Languages. Monkey was very angry. He shook his two Fronch physicians, Messrs. English and American travelers visit and Ohquet: Having the nst at the hawk, which took a seat on ing tho respectivo countries will profit one ot the limbs not far off and began by studying tho following patients, doctors, attendant and officers catalogue ot ot the Val de a race at their disposal to eat the partridge with great relish. ino diuercm untun and Amercan they measured the heads of 180 doctors The owner of the chateau saw the sport, meanings, attached to certain words; for he was sitting in a grape arbor, and KUt. of medicine, 133 soldiers who hod reNaarlraa. lltcLrr. ceived an elementary instruction, 00 crept up to see the end et it The Jo Uoo'f era. ...-(l- a! monkey picked tho other partridge and Baott soldiers who could neither read nor ....Bllppera. laid it on the ledge in the same place. napper ... Vra. write, and 01 soldiers who were prisonho AM .....Htloon. ers. The instrument used was the same then hiding behind the window screen Tram Strati car ahioh hatters employ in measuring the on the inside. The hawk was caught in Trp ....Tlradout. heads of their customers. It is called this trap, for when it flew down after Knocked up I think i.t.lrnaia. the partridge out reached tho monkey Ttaacla tho conformator, and give a very cor....Molaaaca. and caught the thief. In a moment the Main ....Corn. rect idea of tho proportion of the Load ttorn ....Wh.at. question. The results were in fsvor hawk's neck was wrung and tho monkey tjo.l. in ....Coal. ....VatraUbla ataad. of the doctors, the frontal diameter was soon had the hawk plucked. Taking Ilabar ..Nououalore, also much greater than that of the two birds to tho cook, the monkey Dork aahcr ....Wharrea. handed them to him as if to any; 1'rtnu the soldiers, etc. Nor are both " ....Calico. Here aro your two partridges, mas- Miulm ....Lawn. halves of the head symmetriOarlodaioft....,, ....Our roomc cally developed. In student the ter." The cook thought that one of the Hlation ....lirpou birds looked queer, but he served them CarrUga (railway) ....Cara. left frontal region is more developed ..aaatcnrilon. on tho table. Tho owner of tho house AoouUoathan the right; in illiterate individual me right occipital region 1 larger than shook his head when ho saw tho dish. Vine Cones for Fire Kindling. and, te'ling the cook of the trick, the left The authors have derivod the Almost tho universal orticlo used on laughed heartily. following conclusions from their expertho continent for kindling fire are dry iments! First, the heads of student Frentli 1'liraiei pine cones. A couplo of these is who have worked much with their The French havo a great tendency to usually enough to start a fire of dry brains are much more developed than cherish sayings and phrase which wood, and several ot them contain those of Illiterate Individuals, or such wero uttered or aro behoved to have enough resinous material to start a coal as have allowed their brain to remain been uttorod by celebrated men. Tills tiro without other kindling. They are inactive. Second, in student the prontnesa is duo In part to a pordonablo readily Ignited with a match, and aro frontal region 1 more developed than kind of national vanity and in part free from and insect. In Paris to the occipital region, or, if there should certain fitnees In the French Language a and other dust citiea on tho continent, large be any difference in favor of the latter to adapt Itself to brief, telling, epigram-mati- o scarcely any other than pine cone are it is very small, while in illiterate pco-pl- o seutencea and phrases. Multiused for kindling purpose in the hothe latter region i the largest tude of snch example aro to be met tels, and it is a wonder to us that they with, found on sober scrutlnv to lack have not been introduced for the samo Sot "b.Ujired Ease, verification J nevertheless thev a. live nd purposo here. Wo belicvo a largo and One of our printers, returning home seem likely to live in spite o I criticism. prontablo business might bo made from g "La France est awcz meho lour paver gathering the cone In uio utuer evening alter a liard day work, concluded he would have a quiet aagloire" is attributed to Gniiiot, the regions nu selling mem in our cities. smoke, and proceeded to incase his statesman, wlien he signed a treaty of SclenHflc American. feet in a pair of alipperi. He slipped peace with a vanquished power without Chips. off hi shoe and put one foot in, but asking for a money indemnity Trance that foot hadn't been in the slipper but has truly shown herself in recent years Tharo haz been menny a hero born, a half second when it was Jerked out to bo rich enough to pay for defeat if lived, and died unknown, just for tho with such forco a to knock the tablo not for glory ; but tho question u want ov an opportunity. over and demolish flvo chairs; at the whether tiniiot uttered tho word atTharo ain't nothing that wiU sho the same time ha lot eut a howl ot anguish tributed to him word which brought virtows and vice ov a man, in so vivid of such intensity that several gentlemen upon him a taunt for boastfulness by a light, as profuse prosperity. rushed in, expecting to find somo one Ihe OpiHwitlon. It ha been shown Mi dear boy. aliwuM keep sumthlng in the clutches of a foul murderer, but that the phrase was put Into hi mouth in reserve, Tho man who kau jump instead found the printer dancing oue by a French journalist In fact, a down- all inches further than he over haz ot Strauss' select waltxe on one foot, right invention. " La dardo mourt ct jumpt is a bard customer to beat while his arms were going round like utt v rend parald to have been ex Most wimmin would like to havo windmill. They advanced on him to claimed by Uen. Cambionne, has, in their husband lion but well broke to investigate the phenomenon, when a hke manner, been traced to a Parisian their halter. wasp took on ot the gentlemen behind Journalist; yet the French will doubtTharo ain't nothing on arth that will the ear, compleUly routed the relief less continue to believe that the Gentake the starch so klean ont ov us as to committee, and settled the question eral, in relation to the condition ot the git kaught bi the phellow we ore tricing Tliepe l t. then anil fr)t-famous Imperial Onard at a critical 10 aeuu. family of wasp in that slipper, fortified moment, heroically declared that the It 1 a cood deal or a lioro ta Lara I xcra aege. r,,arArviK iTam.) To- - tinard would die rather than sur- other luv n more than we luvtbem. render jnun iwimpn i1 ro Intf KhamhfT' Journal A "Why.no." "But you Just said so. Was thero a hole in this pan?" "Yes, a little one." "In the bottom or top? " "Of course there wasn't any hole in the top." " Then how could anything be poured into the pan?" " Oh, I forgot The top la all hole." "And the bottom?" "A pan that holds four quarts." " Wine or beer measure 1 "Wine, no; beer, I guess it's beer ; I won't be certain." "But you think if beer. What is the shape of a four-quapan 7 "Round." "Like a ball?" "No; like a like a barrel." "Hound hke a barrel. Tea. Well, is a four-quapan tall or short? " "It doesn't make any difference." "If a nin was four inches across- tho bottom and twelve inches tall? " "It wouldn't be a pan at all. It would be a pail." "Then a pan can be a pail?" pan?" Court Scene. Counsel "How large should yon say this pan, of which you speak, was ? Witness "A four-qua- rt pan, I should say." "What do yon mean by a four-qua- rt simple work, Instead of tho often dan- and generally useless prank of ?:erous gymnastics, or tho risk of over doing in hard racing of any sort those aro all that is required. But a few minutes daily at any muscle is all one will want or at first should take. But he must be frank with himself, and resolutely attack tho weaker muscles, letting the others rest till they catch up. How to Deal with IUts. A writer in the Scientific American says : " Wo clean onr premises of these detestablo vermin by making whitewash yellow with copperas and covering tho stones and rafters in the cellar with it In every crovice in which a rat mav tread we put tho crystals of the copperas, and scatter the samo in tho corners of the floor. The result was a perfect stampede of rats and mlco. Slnco that timo not a footfall of either rats or mice has been heard about tho homo. Every spring a coat of tho yellow wash is given the cellar, aa a pnrificr.as a rat exterminator, and no typhoid, dysentery or fever attacks the family. Many persona deliberately attract all tho rats in the neighborhood by leaving fruit and vegetables uncovered in tho cellar, and sometimes even tho soap is left open for their regalement Cover np everything eatable in the cellar and pantry, and you will soon starve them out These precautions, joined to tho service of a good cat, will prove a good a rat exterminator as the chemist can provide. We never allow rat to be poisoned in onr dwelling, they aro so liable to die between the walls and produce much annoyance. eanfindafloorandacoup!eofchairs,and he scarcely needs more, while out of doors there is always the road. Many moderate efforts at plain and uiauia ut Liiuuuirra said that at one time an animosity for a while existed between Zach Chandler and Ulysses S. Grant. When Grant was a Lieutenant in the army his station was for a while in the old fort near Detroit When Grant was in command of tho poet a board walk con-wonected the fort with the citv. about a ' mile distant and, a it fronted the prop- erty owned by Chandler, Lieut. Grant I insisted thai it was Chandler's dnty to Keep ins EidowoUM clear oi snow in winter, so that pedestrioqs could use mem. air. unanuicr paid no attention to this subaltern' request, so Lieut Grant had Old Zach arrested and ' brought beforo tho Municipal Court of Detroit (or a violation of tho city ordi nance; and tho imprcuion is that Grant bad Chandler foul on both tho law and tho evidence. At all events. Chandler nourished very bitter feelings against Grant and no words ever passed between them until during thewar. Gen. Grant, while in command of tho armies of tho Union, happened to meet tho Michigan Senator, when salutations followed, and tho friendship between them afterward ripened into mutual affection and esteem. Mrs. Zachariah Chandler, who survives ht r husband, is a stately, polished and aristocratic lady. Sho was a Miss Douglas, of New York city; and, though sho becamo tho mistress of n large fortune, she was retired and exclusive in her habits. Sho was devotedly attached to her husband and their only child, while she was no less the idol of her husband. Exchange. It i aw a Million of Pigeon. The most celebrated pigeon-roos- t probably in the country is in Scott county, Ind., where, it is said, acres of timber aro covered nightly with wild pigeons. For tho past seventy-fiv- e years this noted locality bos been a roosting-piac- o lor pigeons, end millions ot theso bird congregate there nightly during the Beacons of their visits to that section of the country. They fly away of mornings to their feeding places in the woods and fields ot Indiana and Kentucky, distant from the roost in many insunce from 100 to 800 miles, returning again at night arrivals often continuing np to midnight The timber on thousand ot acre covered by this roost is broken down badly, largo limbs being snapped off like reeds by the accumulated weight of the birds them. Throughout the entire there is beard tho cracking and crushing of limbs, tho hum and Hurry and drumming ot wings, the explosion of firearm and the confusion and bedlomio thrashing sounds caused by people beating the bird from the tree with long poles. Thousands of pigeons are killed nightly, but all this slaughter seem to make no diminution in the vast flocks that congregate at this TrrrtM. Fattt-llyl- nf rrhlt. the Mnllltml. Cneem.1. Bomo thirty years ago an American named flcott, after diving from the tall-pmastheads of ships into the waters of the various riverain England, undertook to leap from a scaffold erected on Waterloo bridge, London, Into tho Thame. Many thousands of lookers, on lined tho bridge, wharves and banks of the Thames, and Scott' friends passed tho hat around for contributions previous to his leap. It was a cold, bleak and frosty day. Btraggling pieces of Ico were seen floating nndcr Waterloo bridgo, and jostled the boat contain Ing Scott's wife and friends, who were In walling to pick np tho adventurous diver from tho water. After some delsy, Scott appeared on the platform or scaffold erected abovo the bridge, and went through a sort of gymnaatio performance, as was his ens-tor- n tteforo makinir a leap, with various something liko a tra- ropes Tholll-f.te, man.it was..said, had been drinking heavily of liquor during tho morning, with Ids friends which, If true, was no doubt luo cause of his end. After numerous turns and twists on the rones, Scott got the rone twisted around his neck, and literally -- ta"Irf Htnself to death. The gaping crowd raved and clapped their hands in the vehemence of their delight, thinking tho hanging a part of the performance, lint when somo time had elapsed, and Scott's body had ceased Us vibrations, a thrill of terror and took possession ot those nearest the scaffold, and score of willing hands tore the rone and its ghastly burden from it fastenings. It was too late. Poor Scott, in his attempt to amuse the multitude, had taken bis own life, A team of fast horses carried tho body to the nearest hospital, and everything was dono by medical skill to resuscitate it, but it was unavailing, for tho vital spark had fled. Like hi predecessor, Sam Patch, Scott, a truly wonderful diver and swimmer, had died in performing a foolhardy feat to amuse sympathy snown ' ... crowd. Much ,,, JZn o the plaudit of the multitude were ringing in her ears, witnessed his terrible death struggle, and was unable to save him from his cruel fste Palestine Pottery. Tho Biblical descriptions ot pottery are singulnrly applicative to tho present process of manufacture. Now, in this nineteenth century, the potter sit at lila fnma ami lama Hi. vIiaa! arllti rita foot Or, as we read in the Apocrypha: j " So doth the potter, sitting at his work I and tnrnlng tne wnccl about with his I feet; he foshioneth the clay with his arm. ihe potter had a heap of the prepared clay near him, and a pot of water by hi aide. Taking a lump in his hand', ho placed it on the top of the wneci, wmen revolves nonzontauy, ana smoothed it into a low cone, like tho upper end of a sugar-loathen, thrust- log bis thumb into the top of It, ho opened a hole down through tho center. and this hoconstantlywidencd by pressing the edges ot tho revolving cone be tween Ins lianas. A it enlarged and becamo thinner, ho gave it whatever shape he pleased, with tho utmost case and expedition. It is evident from numerous expressions in the Bible, that the potter's vessel wss the synonym ot ntter fragility; and to say, as David doc,. that Zion's King would dash his enemies in pieces like a potter's vessel was to threaten with ruinous and remediless destruction. We, who aro accustomed to strong stoneware ot considerable valao, can scarcely appreciate some of these Biblical references, but for Palestine they are still as appropriate and forcible as ever. Arab jars aro so thin and frail that they aro literally dashed to shivers by the slightest stroke. Water jars aro often broken by merely putting them down upon tho floor; and the servant frequently return from tho fountain empty-handehaving hod all his jars smashed to atoms by some irregular behavior of tho donkey. Uarper'tSIaoa-tine- . OPIUM! 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( thn ftttliiftM nirrvMlatrf alt tksffrvfiiJ UifMhT rfajHtmi In m- -. nrtlrL IVt4 tlltffiM?TrmiH-(m txitt rfwwprr IHtrr-other f tho rV y? mmr fit lit Kit in Vlltt, ri rra wunntfl. laMaMrJft.ittitri by pia'fil II Witrn It .M lanttiY.i rttxiirr.1 !', 'Twit ; m .' 4 Uflttff rrnMMlr AtttMrtM v t Till ManufarUrcti Aitrat. UK- aUaiBi.l kj urfttl tlH-- ll Mm Ion thii Mpcr MAN A UKMICPr r S ri Talin?, R. II. WJiIARRN, UNDERTAKER, Stanford, Ky. or Main Slrcot, ' Maauar CarifJawraal tl a larwtatt iratrilia iaarf ft4Mixi ir aata IttaM-a-l tua. tmanltattf rtrailaaaia will arMMMHM iItiw ta ws.Ua. Ikf rai, knstwa latlitrMkataaiif I w Br w Im will art M feral d4rr ! afrat. A ar & 66 W. SECOND ST. laarlaM taaMiat laaUwJUlllrtrtalatkrii 64 a tpeff thalraa Val WIMMsWtJ ta tajr rmmm wlH( wp"1 alii la wal I It May l rarail CINCINNATI. aifllratlM. afnttr4 wtta aa ataal'a Porolirn and Domestlo dri.il and ItM a raarga rar rrtimn firraiant, vr , airtwai canned Fruit and Vegetable. W. n. 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Funeral CnlU Promptly Attended. - of ASSOHTMENT - THE GENUINE SINGER prf malur oM ac and tuanr ather dlanara lhal lead telnaanlla or eonauMpl Ian ami a Braae. t all Mttli wura la uur wiuiiliUrt a M a a, ilaalra Id artt.1 Ore Itr Mall to tatrt hm atttThar (perllc ilnlLlae la aokl I J all draaalaU ft ta-t11 DT ale raraasej tor fa or raKka arnt iraa l wall on rrcvlft of the mom j hj al traaalitf Till. I.I1A1 m'fUIINk tu. N lOMnhanira ltlirk 1'KraotT Mhil ateSol.ltnetanlt.nl Arthur hr all dranjt-ta- , we-lPtlrr. Iiiiftlle Uolraau Axmta. SAVE MONEY. ThaHlftfrr WaaafawturlinlWsiiaae, at Ita 11 HpalafBrala Ptf BRti iari(a 11a rmw Ma HI TtutJnc tftait Mrtf alkrift ' rarwn ai aJatalhaaal railat wt t. aav.Ua thai wtlrt. t.laai allafataac. III tai M It. aaoal aattk. ravrtala4 ttal, UHaalartMlaaaaWf- -l laaaf II I naU kan aal Ma aiat ta I ratlU lltaarr, I .aaiM aafar. a raaaHata art M itartra ataataij " -I-fVarlaa I raatl, jUaau, Jr raaitntta ar. raattrlaajtaU tr ttaaaaal raalaaait aatttara a.4 artl.1. af lnataa aral aaaartc.. .tlaa ta. kMC aapailax. aa IU aaaUlatata taa aaaJ. Itaaa . ttaavaMhlj rvaaaraatl a tit ladaairaaalt-utalr, .kUtlKa; .lllaparatMrSUI lajraltff HJttlaail.)arla.lltalr a. aaj fraaa It. BOOKS .s7 MILLION rtistsll- iopter A Collins' History of Kentucky latwa lalll vl taaatraJaaal Dallaaalaara.ISait.lt aalaarttrf Ta. tataaar. ! (altlMTI.Y ICi:it'('i:i ItATIi l. t It. Slacaala. U.la ltt It. Itwaahar af atKt jmr, Wtaat .III t aajMataaal Itat t .lata. I. hrfta .lit It. r.rrat tau tHawfw(M atttaletM! IMaW AtWaaaaa. lllVl....UVJ'l Wirt, taf satr--r IpJ A M. final t MffiktiiM rpbiltav, Ctourrfct. mK, 9trttii Ml, t lmpartevtyv H I4M, taa r am sua. Vk ftail U Imt't Uk. MtW.1 k BO a "THE PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER-o- a fatt-h JHr Wealt KM ameer Lja' pw..-- ( ' fai, 4MaMrat tan Mai lata ami !sV, twtowa rft, Uktwr w rltor Urarilrti trvttkrawal A it MfWl.i; Ml Hfatarn, akrlsj. r I si nam, F aiSafat . . or. - , rratsaws AtenaMM tsj I tbflkt, taai.et.se t,mmf ttrni Urat tkatMe ! Iwa'r (aMkMtT BZaMTtefe rakMaarr aTSMaalimS f MM BMta tlMaHf tufa aat inM www, IM 4Jw, txi M ' tmiae., ,,.fM ,, Ifl tSaMi vwar. sVnMSul flkf -- MEDICAL ADVICE." MJ A Wftrfw IHttW bm takfaU MMhtwJ WoWAflbOOd. broistJ la.H . 100 llluallrttBa.a), Haf fit uriirw ttat. Tlav ti.eh tire mam InsW talstW r1 KtMfVtM M aaval ttaaaat tSaiawUr m mwti trwMSMM iMtt htaatf ( tmf ajftassH . tyrnm, f mt r U "Fr(TU"-CllFO- Aatlvov In. Ma, IwOfV vatJfrukly Mtw4 rtkrawi rhorfw.) AAifaa lr llwll IHatartiMry. U n hai M 1M,U ttsMa3awa!twrt t C AQCNTS (ita by itwd. a ITT trwm taerto til mms 4HtnrWtj tk. tawttM tat t (s4 Mat rasww tm .oavtl IsVsaw l rwi, tll ttw I aeMraHpf (vwa,! rala to tat M Ht rftv (', watatw 4 im nHt am awikt twol tMsta Matfif L"FM aj.taa Ifl M 1W PMM tlff ) I , tottot iTMawitalaM ! aW.l m UaabraJ cm ka a Ikasf amaiMlMal r.t.a.al.1 4tt. Urge vaJatMi, I, WO UK Xap Uafftralla rf dlwili.arulhft KratocaT. rlfblr-Ar- a AnJati Irriual. aMIa.aUaljt Tta anlirat r'l'aaj KralaraUM aanl afralrvs other Lficraflncx mm , wrt ,r aaaan a, iiaa,aa)4 lMtM 1 ronlalna Ik Aanalaof UUloiri. aiw(hTtnoralHUtrr af U Pl.U, nJarariiakf'trlMorih IHflMia Itraouilna. Itooa, laarl of Intrnul latpranaMau, Will loaso, in and closo to rnvrawatarr. MJrrlk)aalp, lwt (Ita tWt to prompt paying; parties, at 15 pfcvra af their futrr, ArtUta, IttIIIw tactr KralHrhr. tliiuAl I'uMk FJavatrati. III. down and 93 a month until torUlUt. lUsjaaluttoata of IVH--9 aaJ lb4r lutWir tho machino if paid for. Lbapirf f nut Thiota. Mala af ItevalaltaMurr atvl IVnwi 8Mtrn, lNtumraon lUffraaml IUII- , nMtia, aPMtlwttrvtaii;4waf laJti. VcJuataS rOOUIna a Mnanta lllalarv bi ataala Nra-lkIHI aaal It Ml no I'fi rwataatlr aa Cawalr, Naiura of lalarra ol tba tanUUtarrJint TIIKXINIIIU Will Ol, Ulfla. alt hun.IrM MtHkr af U htraara, ttaa.llk-- , tij, af iiiiarat, u nn aatar ('MBittXa lallora. Itoaeera aiaJ ! I ailarraata. 1TV0 to II7, ef b Bl.U, tnm aivl Tawta rr.iTIIN rAlttUITT.rkltaaarr aaJtvral(-afr- a rara 4 Index. TtM latlrvaa I w gift fUiuaaJiiaM ahert ivcaitattaJ, af artka.1 raaraawra vaalaj aartf .Wraa aum ninrr ihibc la I'ritk. Twautamra.Mli. Kill tfi. fl HMrarraiyk. itolbrr i marU? lf UTar MOnarvil, l MR IMM, U(M fftf fr. III Val AMalWrHtn. l.alau pjMUhl U a M. U". auM. lrtf IncWth. y ar IralWr. IV ihiiTvWKafartw.t4UrrwM)i will U mi hi MSilarriitfMa, fti4Bt rtrwl.l tlrJrr fmw laa INTIIR IMiMiaiterK h I dm Pf mm ta (hrel-x.l- v torr. 04 Aivau inlt a II. OI.I.I.H A ( O., I'Mka,, nc, IIAHrrR'N I'KHIUIIII'tl.S. .. It W UarraVl Masatliaa, Ita. Yrarr llartaja'a Wratlr, "M I HatrWa rUi.r, tu aTaattra.at.T.HiaiiaMfraihrtrattjaa.l tfml IS 00 Amy l..aWa-MataaYaarf, M I Ta.r. IM rWa.-- . rra. I. all aalwtltan la Ita Val 14 Mala. or CaaaJa. iru .. (f4r. town. trlr !crirl.kltlrl ibII "r t0, rj NEW DEPARTURE Vlaaaaa,la taalrlalt Uiailrv, .HIUaa.1 a a.rraM.lva.tlal.ipaau.a4faintaaar,aa rarali--tf raTILS3ar ,a4aMa Blet. aaiaaaaai. tr aaa ..all, HaJMU.!. LMtraaam,ajrtlaallajf, U mla, bjr aaalf, aaatal. Haaaltlaaraa .taaiU U aaaJ. tr IWtltV. Drall, unaMltaan .Itaaa. N..atra at. ... I. pf ttla ajfartlaraaavt Html It. ..ana. .rata. t llltpar a llnttm. ASJrraa IIAKriK HanTHK.1, St WT ! ArM.4ataal.rilartaaala-a.la- , raaatpftal.c YHt. 1860. ltirilltl ii ,sit, ivs lJUUUIU.laK. i.uiKir.nv,ui'. aMirierfftiTnai iNttNinK. OR&AN TRADE Hariior8 Wookly. nv yFtt (rH n Bt tWvwM NiDlM. tosMl hm- to la tsawrM tM ! atlravaitk- kia. IMtw Maaart c- Not I? a TrtsM. hl isalNae, ltl tMt v 1 O ILLU9TBATD. GO TtU rarlaJIral taa al a aaa. tr Ita aUaaaU atti. aai. awNMwwM I., .waatiaaa a. la. aar, aaaraai MESS. D. H. BALDWIN & PROF. HARRIS' RADICAL CURE sejyjinal"pastille" A TOE BPEBMATORRIHEA. Vaitakte Nr .if. Tt. & tHtNMfft Warrf .sssSSP ble characters in the publio haunts of Paris was a hunch-backegentleman ot tho name of Benaidot II o was a man of a droll turn of mind ; cared nothing for his own deformity of person, and delight sd to tease those who, equally unfortunate in this respect, were not poavcased of the same philosophio In walking the streets of the boulevard it was bis constant practice, when ho perceived another hunchback, to step up and whisper in his ear, pointing at the some time to hi own protuberance, "If you are content sir, so am V Tho frerraect renatitlnn nf this sanitation soon made him a universally known aa hated bv all the other hunchbacks of Pari, lie was their common pest and there was not one of them who would not at any timo have gone a mile out of his way tn vnl,l the ingenious tormentor. Chamber? An Eccentric Hunchback. About 1723 one ot the most remarkaTmla kla.k. Xn aLtorfaUM ttdatl lltHWM. tkii at it. ttw t.t aMf.Ult U4 aH (If MMtUaAlOtL sr Ikel A hat Wrl ta (MtwtJ Mat Iiutmit lx "' MM IWmmtI. .f trtfiaMotata m t. Ha alw m4 a ta mw r ! la UJmI nttaaMM la IM aMI taltMal (mm tt of liMaittt 4 aravaUal lata iilli. ll M to Ita IM m af MsM Batotry to aa taal ataf. aaiam a nvMkl mpnf m laatt mhw Ta A.t Nf t mi Htt Mm, af rkfts aV si, a la Uat a Vq. 1. ) 13 am. I. m i No. a. I iaipMMMr T Direct alf a,t( ir ArritaUa0a AtoOrptMB. IM "bUter DaMta, rroataia UlAnd, aavi UnftaraT Im m II t. m. t . Ik V IM h IMMMBMI, m4 mm a.tl ladrlar Rfe IM uar sa bi , utitrli) i ntitfl aM mm laaw taat MaittocW M .( rwatawtatif Im1 dlata ttaall. six mimI wJ rtM klA IVmi toM 4HH tfe4 MtlSH, MltaaaM "aMatf ttMM ' tlraJn frw tv ) that ail ad to "ff-- H mtortf MaMh mJ aoaad aaaaiar. rn..wf im DisiafM c4 liCbt, Mtrvotu ZVUlitr. Ooafuaion ef IdtMa, Am. tk, ioa tio., i (.rtaiA. Old a.)H bwmm nsvar laf that IrakMai, lu f rf,n ton Vlfor, mkmn a Km mm 4mm Fus Im an I ml mibmi km M4 aaa mw a BHstetit Maruatv Ttnaa aw mw"ir 1.4 KM. , aA M MM Mat toaW iacnMal w tWtsi liMaa af h Taab . laKaaaal HOMaat, ivamai SaBUttlona tt wj, " rar. WARREN ti MV :u the old Inn. rtct, la?Mafotft laalrwyarat at a rraauaaLW waTearcUMlaarllBva hua.tml la CaMael Ta. ral.aar. It. Wratlr tial Orfftaaowtaa wlkiwla! lertoat Wo will fat Ik .aaatraraar JaaaarrarfMrt Ul Wtaai It. llaa. M xiraof tho arpaa Jowa la 14, ail trraaarra iaaaa.ttaaaJ,lt.lUa..alaalaul laal Ita IOfah atvt I ha rrwalaJer a will M.I .lit ctai Hplatoaniall moalklr aitri.ta af f I wa. an a r 1. rrral pi af I a. MOar. w blth (It r IK imrrtiaarr ana aa4 all aaont ka to tb rraaAlnJer. Iloaaa Iblak what a for a aaart lat.rat.l aa-- l taaaaflalal Ial artlala-..arlla. ttut thrrw rw aaivlrrJa af taaiaair. aiaja,aTlla t,liic Bala. alalia U t Tka aal.tl lalaaaa .III artU vhaiaaU UtUtl t (tva iMr CatlUrrtt a.ltaa4..f aaoralllr, ..littlaataaaal aM r4a tarat. aaaalraltJaratUa. roM IW attwM fci puirha aatf ltalft.)atraltaaM-.thtar.pafar- aa tr it. HraHtlnfltM Cart Jv. .lit ltaatr u lortttj,!., i4 )(( it WMh i. . s'roitj':. rvrarlaa. . i r',aiaf ia t.a isntf im tr iI i atbvii tUtlo. roll DIHSCnONttfortiMn-- ! er t af Jl aa aataH kw p Journal. sever. Three old gentlemen are sittina- around a tablo on a steamboat, waiting to get another party to a gamo of cards. Presently they espy a young fellow. Ono of the party goes up tn hlmaud faya: "Pardon mo, young man; we want Mimelxxly to join us in a gamo of cards; would bo happy to have you Ith us." " Thanks; I never play cards." " Tuko a drink with us." "lliunka; I nover drink." " W ell, have a cigar." "TltHiika; I nevtr smoke." T.lit Now I rather liko that in a J'niiiK man. Conio into tho cabin, and III iutrodtico you to my wife and daughters." " i'haiiks," said the demuro young man ; " I shall novcr marry," Keep the Mouth ; OLD AND RELIABLE. riet, Canned Ooodt of every descripJDb. BaaronD'a Lmi iKnooraton! tion, Cheese, Crackers, Spices, Sage, Jis a Standard Tamil IlcmoJr for .? Zr. J. "mi"-yiuuixiwci. ti is mreljr ;cgetaLiic. It ncTor 'Debilitates It is JOuthartioand Z. aJtaJv . HARRIS REMEDY CO.KFC CHEMISTS. M.rllt tad IIS Stl. ST. LOUIS, MO. ; raw kaf a a rlrmlar a. I.aaj ful tbrnt oa a- rrrvuna tin) ilit( rtaixwraaetUla ttWca at Tk. laaaal VaJaaaaa tl HatM'a Waa.lr la un at frlWa th c lerma tiuH ft as pta& tm -aaa, wj aaati. " itand, and as nsnal keep a good sup onorfaua. bj fal.a.aVaaa alHaaa,t,aaataa,fr..U .IWtar It. --A airat aaaa alaUar ! 12 oat Irrtttl fl itf llaOltVltltAMItWUrj (Ml a4aaa.l ply of articles in their line. a rmwm, j. tvwpaai. aal, taBtlalM 4aUkaae4baaiaJioa M thla olW la tka ral.aan, ant ao raavtpt araat at It. talaaf p.fj IlTKKIuaJOVkHaL. wr vajaaaat. al aataaaaa ml fMirrkaaar Clot kl'aajtW tact Taluaaa, a.ltatia tar tlttd fciTHemember that we keep every (. .Ill Uaaalkr mail, aaM.l4, aa. raralal of II rajrt. thing in Staple and Fancy Oroceriet: UaaalltaBnw atuutl W aatUa tr Uua. hll I'tiurlli Aieniir, rr tttmmrmt lratt, taaoMctaaa.akam, Sugars, Coffees, Molanes, Coal Oil, Ma.ar.urra ara r I. rvf ttla ajraatlaaaia.l W-- i' LOUISVILLE. KY. .lltaajlar.yrraaM4aralllarrra Urottara. Tea, Bice, &c; and in Fancy OroceAiJm. IIAItriR A RKIrTIII at, realarrtJar til io fcf yemf lUUI'KK'S l'EKIUIIIl'AI.S. Tta a. mt a orfina art tuaaJa la I . atjloaitjal finlHlauawMU-iiAHW Tba raara ara f Hal,'a Ua.aila, lira, Vr.r, aolltlLJAtk walnut. TWf bait to full aria ol Ilarra-r'-a Wrr.lr, IN -- . . . veJiaajMfMiiwt tkrrwof wMcb r all Iba llariarr'a tlaaar, 40S l Ya.r. It W to lralt or- - Th.ltrr.aUra.maaa-llaiim.aHaata.wi lirwuB( wallac lhw faMofolBer kuiir. Tbo Irf taracaf ira I Tory. Aar laaatwta uaaa-l- , I Trat, IM A piaratitea or flta yrant (ura wltb earli or(a. llatvr'a Yaaifat IVufk, I Tr.r.. lYrvrma oMlaM of tb Hlr.wba ItwJ It lacvarraleat larfa.rra..allautaallltffal. Ikm lta.ll.. Mmt inlla in lo rail at 9t warrrtauwa, iVrTAre still holding forth "" "a. ft l.alr.tk(. I. II. JSnliluiii HAblig VfiWIIJAli A '., W . laat. . 1880. .2sYy m. STItYV sT jTonlo. Shut ua&ivxi rlTall' V. llll CTNUSO& a,5 a.-.T,- rliniva 8 ?- AM J. v,t0 -, otaccarooi, Raisius, Nuts, Candies, Extracts. &c. before tho late HAIR TRENEWER V. If as taMtt In conataat Harpor's lhmxy. 1LLU8TKATED. Ttlla.,larrlaJI(all.r.4aalu..llr a kMtr. rite, a good supply of Coal Uods, Kitchen Sets, Shovels, Toni;i, and "sich." 'vn(0.-:nv- J nO . n voWvn4r, l'- - i f-j- y Wo will aim, at all times, da- - f The influence ot nasal respiration on tho car is illustrated by Mr, Ocorgo Oatlin.in his history ot "The North American Indians." Among 2,000,000 Indians ho found not ono who was deaf or breathed through the mouth, except tureo or tour ana in mo memory of tho chiefs of tho tribes not ono caso ot deafncus could be remembered to have occurred. This i explained by tho mother alwaya closing tho mouth of tho child whenever it attempted to breathe through it X. iub the beet kind ot a reputation c an unrivaled liar. " lie i so much aa.a Hr ai aaraa aa ! tr at homo in lying," said A., speaking of j.i.-ivjt- n ."TlitS V .51 him, "that whenever by mistake he " pi tell tho truth, he become cou fused und JiIK.I.nTl?oral0 troubled." " He's so great u liar, raid 'a,--" " iHtu uaoiij another of X.' friends, " thut you can't lu ray practlcij In even Ulietu the contrary of what he and by tho nubile? tells vou." to """ 35 year., Any Extute Better than None. itli uonrccedcutnl rrsults.' Clergyman " So I hear you'vogot REND married again, Jacobs." SS. T. W. SAKrORO, M.D., L'iSuSciViS Jacobs " F.e, sur. I thought a how winter was coming on, and Hotly she'd J .MiM.uriii.Tti.tn,iinrtTinu. got oue blanket, and I'd got t'olUtr, tie might a woll uuki 'cm a luir, and bo 3E3C. more oomlurtaUe lite," ring tho coming Winter, to be able to furnlih all who may apply with Ba con, Lard, Potatoes, Butter, Eggi, &c. Wo aik parties having any of the articles toiell to call on ui before disposing of tame else where; and we will promise to pay the highest market price therefor In d ubtla . rar or.r twenty yerr sua I. tb. btt r.vtntli bm bj Ih. aai Itef Ibo butti bwH K'arf taaabar fartlaka. Ika Ulrat UUiaalU. I. rntartl t.raahluauln Jih. aaJ a.a.b.a, ,a. ua.ral aad aaal apiaa.aj aillar.a, aaarrtb. Itr. arlklaadarlaad fraaa auttaalta aaul aalalaal aaurcaw.tll.lla Htoria IVaaaatbd taaataw .lit .nr lat.nt! far I.NO lulaatarlo4tatlraTalkll.llailuaalu. aiLW UAIU ItESTOB. TO IT8 loimirtx colou and Vnre. food auul catlor to II appll.. tb. otturml Tb tolaiMraof Ibo ItAAar III. ikat tiu..! tWJattttarr 4 rat b fear. Wb-t- i M Uiti la uivalltAotl, 11111 U uitJtiaiijtk tba I t ho aA.l airtltpf wlabaa iariuissBio lth tit miiulM a... altrr (bo af tba ira-- . tlu lhi mll goods. mrff Wo Uu! without aUluluf lb. aaa tklo. II trill lucn-aitblck.a tb. growth of Ibo btlr, prnnl It. Llaocliluc aad raJllug- off, and tbu AVKUT I1ALI1MES8. lb. bajr of Qlait- - and Uuecniware, Chimneys, &c. alio keep a complete stock Lampi, UUI.V i a.2itlIlllF "or SVa&lll ;'"d V u we expect, nnoouai the tea. ion arrivei, to lay in a blc stock of Candiei, Nuti, and oiherarticlci suit-,- .' , -- t.i. .. ,..,.. "U","UB' "uo- uu' " dr.ln.bl., siting lb. btlr m tllk.n lorta... whlcb all adtulra. II fcrwp. lb. hravd clraa, awMl and beat lay, cvr.i Itcbla, Kntp Hon. and DaudruOV Aa a IIAIK DUKSSINa It I. .ry ar Uuiatla. , U.rir'a tbua. 4M TbalbrtwaUftBiwoJiiUlriltajui )rar. 19 W taj w abait MauwJ, Yaar, . .... JW Uaritw'a YaualViW, I Ytar, .. M w IWlua frra la all aulau rllarra in tho UallaJ KiaiM lla.jarr'a Wrrll;, iiAia'KiiM ltrM'aMaiaalo.M tcKioi)iaiis Year. , li tw mttm.t.t.mmt 00 .. " ttltt- YaEux CWNGHAMS for circular JS. a..tittMt,,;, OF BRUOXi, ST.tM'MUI, 'orgei us wuen you want Hardwr. Qutcntwarc, Olasswaie, HoIlowware.Oroceriti.Courectloner ieii Notions, Cigars, Tobaccos, Shot, Powder, Cups, Wads, &c. . " " .. , HffiH. jK I Dy .J Tba Aanutl Vwluicvta tf llarrr'a In iiral lHh Uttllwx, will Ita avail bj uiall. biirt uUa wll. fit U aitayiMo, (,arvvMaj lk fntlajbl mb it4 kivti baiittllar wr roluwaj W llrtMk. . Twilfo vulutua. brut im tMiattrcMliat tbarata ml yrt tolatur. KiolKblal Akttuatf Mirihuarr liwibipatttur frMb vtrfwur, auliaUa ftf kln4 4 l'ir l InV. rath ltMiUuM-rajr will bo by mall, usIkiUI( mi i. It AS aitlclo Is going the rounds treatllaallM aianiUIrS Maiuaat .Ilk tU rati rtMaU. ing on the best method of puttitigawsy NaaiSlar potatoes. A family of about debt. lu- - arM.allHaJI. Ill cludiliK thrro Ijots and throe cirbt. ran put away jtotatoea about as suKct?iwfuUy iiuutia, iii u,a.iaiir JLiii a- n I" nr- a .-- M'lemt'5'? uJlt ' ,- - W'A II it KN & so., will .bang. Ih. bratrd to a BKOtVN ar tILACK at dltcnUoa. tulag U en. lr.j.rtloa II U .tully mfUmi, aad product a p.nnau.nt color that trial not waah off. R. WHISKERS by Uea ibAiHauf bka. NwaiarraaralM ta ri.r tbla aJrllarwcat-wlibtju- l llioiriwywwtlrM IUru A Uvtbr. I U It II. II A UEOlHtlW. A4Jn4 Nw Ywb. itrJvr wr lrH, alatMibl loavwU I ua4o hv ' UV P. HALL & CO, NASHVA, N.H. 5WJJ by all Dtaltri la Matilda a. Mr. Warmi -- S. Mm. Iiruco KLMTUrkT Halt Wtaat, TINHiHIl .