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V 13 11.MM Sta- rnxmlha.. vA.Twro2fr, jr., -- MOT nntVpflt Orfi .100 The Interior Jour3TAT VI 'N VOLUME IX.-NUaiB- KIlfi. i (Mo TaiA. 1 ' ii 1 ISO l vi i (An j no KM h i k . ll JTVA-- J 121. 11 tv Al Iir 11 tto IHt, ll lw KIWI (9 ton ;,O.I ai! a on, (M m no it ni, Thr I j vi in am aw ; w ;m am m oil m on, I l M' oimjoii urnix tfl is compi.kti: fltllTtl ll inttrrf MlrMit1r knovMfMl I ha rrlraaloaitlllhatlmaa. unit our Jnt In las Stala. ac STANFORD, l're. ICY., FRIDAY, APRIL 2, I8S0. WHOLE NUMBER m ion Ittiln Nohn. urhlrr a rrf nlar hraillnc, ita Una for Mrh Inwrlloni aaitia In rtlllnnal ro. nnanrnrvnlalfr llnt; Ohtlnarf Nallrra. Iabju tKtnanf Iter1 Ar , ffnta Una. Thaatiofa ralaa, vhith ara th aama that hat a alvlfa a rharca-l- , hav lafit aloil.t ttr all Ilia ii m1 m ii m ii n u ii n ii j n :. . a la l ti fa ai'im t. u . n i rt rr htala. .1 Tr.rrta) llrpnrin: It lint Thru Situ III Thrlr Mcrii. lllll ,li- - ml thr Vffiiori'. rcbtiko Ilobinaon for illsplacing Kcl-lThe ((1111111113- - r Jonilaj utile!! will lie piled up iliirlmc IIiIm com. A Texa reporter, who Wat detailed Your paper is n great comfort to Iter. Zephaniali Meek, editor of the Don Cameron If Grant won't acIiir NprltiR In Hip frleml Oumblcton in New York cept. I will lake it myself, by graThe me; in every number I find something Onfin MdhoiV't, Callellsdurg, Ky., lo write up n rattle show and n city nlthoul huing tlio Slate. AND BOYS' la, who attended the District Conference, hall the tamo day, looked nn cious. ANtl lihcnio Inlleil Ignomlnlouily, ami Tam- to put nnay in mind and memory Thalia.; Secretary Sherman I am iindnuht-- 1 something that I did not know bcfoie, wiilrs as foil ws in the issue of his wino when it was red, and got things total ' many was liealen in tlio local contest". eilly tho grealrtt person tbii country mixed tip in tho following manner and willed will Imnf advantage to mo I18!'1 "It la folly to nwrt that in n I thra produced. atla in ir laa1lratt)M' Stanford, the county sent of Lin Miss A. L , a beautiful young ever Ml campaign wild Tilden ns the in time to come. If n man can read, Kx Gov. Seymour Gentleman, coin, is a very nice town, nml is in heifer, with red and while spots on ho can get n good education by taking Kurd lallflit, halt, nominee, Kelly coudl commnnd ( snores calmly but firmly, i Thangh Kraft ff arrar arwl aa-!,o crriilrr Tomer ofTltlnl ami Mnrlicl Siaj.. I.oiilaiTlllo, Kr-.nl- ll habited by clever pcoplo. In (his her neck ami fore shoulder, was charm- your of tlio support do dad at tde one good paper; he can keep up with Tha-tlrfll haa-l- a kfep lollllig ni. !."l?J!.'r,5"'I'J "K " Ingersoll is li"V" " -- JSlV Senator lllaine-- Mr. '?",,"T,,,r the world and make himself nn enter place is located Stanford Female Col-leg- ingly arrayed In green silk, trimmed Thai ll .hIMr.n mlkt U ( ? K rl-rilirTnrc HbJiI laat Stale election. The revolt against I nm indeed n plumed knight, lite iiiiirliet. I llmml ware, a. trailing wltolemtlo niniij presided over by Mr. S. l wilh Isluo velvet nml ornamented with prloen wonk)ntt. lrt Itobinson hm In the nature of a threat taining member of society; he can talk Ttt ChlklKAtMl'ltlUltBt ilaji npTliliilraiiinl licllcvc ntiho II lo Iteourlnlf-rcN- l I ''J',1 w" I am also nseahorieon wheels. loitU True heart, one of the most successful n row-liel- l. aaaaa-iaaJ IMak haw llHnarMtaraalr.l M4 SO rCIHHIII III IMI- fcuiMi irtaill- - null 'MMMIIcr. llt-ripragainil Tilden; but Tilden nominated, up a little on most any subject. Hook Gen. Urnnt liken tier- - Rtic.itiiil rvrry HiilfTfoiiiiiko.wrnrolliliikliiirnrriitiimniiirnii. Whrn mlna wrro at Ihalr .lar . learning it a very good thing, but he educator" of young ladiei in this cnun C , a fashionable shortMr. C. all his opponents except the ring-lea' Xwli UialKul, WaMIMha!-- ; ciiIIc.cj.om Inlo our More lij-- ii "wonderful for try. Wo Inspected the premises, in horn with black spots on her left hind ton who would tlte no a thing nfttr'.'K0' liircnlii"mlscrllHiiiciil Vflilch wcciiiinot linckiiw.ninlnolltliik era, who know they could expect notd never rradi the papers and 1 h. 'ra graalng fWMa naw, ichool-rnoni- , nmiinil the world lo get ii. going nml broke leg, looked well in lavender-coloreniirti mil rrf InciiiciiIii nre Milclitnl to Hitch nilTrrllHcrn. 3. trim Some eluding the lw tlaiaanJ rain hatakft IhHr Mrk lug from dim, would acquiesce and a fool In his neighlmrliood. Senator Sharon I am the rose V'fo.,llicllrcl'"siiirliorilo"ijclniiill4Cciyonr Irntlc." .On lunl an.1 haarl ami tr bread nt the table. To say that ne ilk, cut bias; wore cockle burn in her fall Into line. Wo believe that Tilden papcrt are not much account In apAla ' alaa' lit hratlnf llnir, mytelf; I nm the lilly of the valley. . wcro plencd with nil tho appoint-mrn- l, tail. No ornaments. Ati-tha M.I. mI ilaf to rua, would cany New York by full as large pearance, hut I never took one that I nm, for n fact. is loo feeble an expression; we Hh.a 'liaalh 1hilalkra,MitraIg1tl, , n Texas raied Al- Mr. D. F a majority n ho had in lniC. Sey didn't pay mo in some way n good Tbm han.laHI MJnl U. Hendricks Once for nil, I will deal morn than I paid for it. One wer.llmtli delighted and pleased. To d(rney,fino milker.vcry gcnlle, looked Ikli aha law laMt. mour could carry it, but he is poal Ilal ah ' tot playKrondfiiddlelonolKHly this dale nearly one hundred have lovely in IVIwaaall la .ilghl aal fair, with lace lively and Irrevocably out of ihc lime an old friend itarted n paper I ana I nm sure ll!ninv full .rlt Ihcaailrar all liarta Col. Ingersoll . Wore a new leather on away down In Southwest (leorgia and matriculated. Stanford ought lo feel trimmings. race. Mill palmar thtarj Inr-Wh- rra will do the liandome thing by me. I ' her thapely neck. rrjilalalrrama, through, In our judgment, is Infinite tent it lo me, and I s ulwcrihed just lo proud of such a school. jrara, Tilden, am strongly in favor of that excellent I ls aarr gnMrn aaa la, I'ev. J. H. Sim, the nblo pastor, is Col, I 0 , nn Imported thorly stronger as a Presidential candidate encourago him, and to nflcr a while Am arhrti tha all grew fauns agar person. I'll alap nay Motbrt'a hanja. than any other who has lieen named. it published a notice that an adminis- justly popular wllli his. people, and is oughbred, looked stunning in n Mr. Tilden It is not good for man a vest. His candidacy would present the sin- trator had nn order to sell several lot doing n good work. lo bo alone. If I cannot find a wife, Tif II tihllnu: Tin: IxTi:iuoit Jot'ii.vAi., published is hard I inquired So Moral The solier reporter gle issue of llio true republican princi- in my county. Al Iba trot el dial irarraaalUOIUinrUtrf I will at least buy n tlog. rrcnal T" I,,, ple of tde majority rule on one dand, about the lot, ami wroto down to my nl this nlaroTiy W. P. Walton, Is one er lo find than a Charley Itos. -- . TMr.t Tnr. Cat or a OnKvr Moral and centralization and imperialism on friend lo attend llio sales and run il of the best local piper in the Stale. n'onlpn e link " is, lo my mind, Tdo Scotch Di:ama. Iii tdo great moral drnmn . .... -- .Weolrn did so, and Mr. Walton, whose guest we were, is the rVfrath" the other. Any candidate, it is true, up lo fifty dollars. He best symbol of tho Christian. to lw enacted by tlio Itepublican par Tralli " t "- would lao opposed to the radical policy hid of! (ho lot (or me at thirty dollars, a genial, warm - hearted Virginian, The least of earth Is required for its ' Tarlnh" MlkatklllMlJiarn ty In Chicago next June the dmmaft .. . . llnrmlh jrar Crt.nl Hut no one like Tilden and I told It iu n month to n man il thoroughly Kentuckyized, (litis blend root; il finds nourishment in a dry generally. Xos. J)S and 100 West Pcnrl Street, ...Oilaa Taratlrth trar ........ .. iroirr will be repreented ns follows: dollars, nml to I ing in one two of the highest and toil nmid could represent tdo practical, energet joined tor n hundred Tfrfilr-Sfl- h barren rock, nml yet, green ratlifrMM.Mrt..MH...Hw....HM.Mr. " .... MUtr Jrar J. P. Cameron. noblest specimen of manhood. dollars clear by tak . . IVail Ihlrtlrtk )rar ic extirpation of tde abuses that have made sixty-eigh- t .Mr. V. B. (irant. Mitnr.AV Miinr.v, in the winter at In summer, it toner 1'ro.llo.l yon-..- ..,.. iikniu i. IHiMh rar ..llul.j Our visit In Stanford will long lw Tlia IImiyIioM, Ivlntataa tollisUotiTrnllon. nn.i.iAM Miin.LV, crept into public attain since the lie ing that paper. My lather told me the highest of all llio tree of tho wood 1'allf.l (all. .... . linirlh jrar ' lMr Mr.Jamrall. Illalne. he was a young man he remembered, not only by the pleasant towards tho Tdis was that when .. publicans obtained power. FeffaffiAk Jrar sky, and with the least of Tho graml climax in thi unusually idc question upon which Tilden was taw n notice iu a jiaper that n school acquaintance formed, but by the good earth make the greatest approach to Srtmilrt Jmitrm Tthtrn fine programme will bo tho killing of subscribers secured. May we Tlio tolloninf; i from (lie St. Iouu elected in 1870, and by changing tde teacher was wanted away nil in a dis lits of heaven. So it is with the tree of tho fatted calf. Harrisburg Patriot. benefit tant county, and he went down there have grace to make tdo paper a bless- Cod's planting, wild .VjiiiWifriii, wlitch, ii b issue now, we not only litre tdo tde least of earth ing lo all who read it. A scientist tayi : The weight of the flauurli nml uarilcl Drniocratie ui of the moral of that victory, nut con- and got the situation, and a little girl about its root, it lower the nearest .1 .lioilrl Irn it djr no rnenna rrrlain llmt Mr. done tlio fraud by which the election was sent to him. and nfter awhile she A Maryland f1lltioarifll (old a to heaven; deriving nourishment, not mas of tlio earth is estimated nt schoolmaster "It sweet and pretty, and was set aside. Uther individuals may grew mighty of from Ihc earth Mow, but from the 0,Ofi9,005,lT8,000,000,000,000,00() TiMfii nil! lcnii najuranl for llio ! bo luoro popular, not having been sub- ho fell in love with her mid married refractory girl that unless she wrote suiilicanis that fall it, supported Ion. Tho orbital momentum of the Mcntinl imminnliun at Cincinnati. He jected to the same amount ofcriticiim; her. Now, if do hadn't took that n composition lio would punish her. is 2,000,000,000,000,000,-000,000,000,000,00- 0 by the hidden nourishment that come earth nlwut will nut force dimaclf upon tlio I)iihc-rnrj- r, but no one so well reflects, by bis atapcr, what do you reckon would have She appeared wild two big brothers. from God. horse power. John dimming, I). I). nml iiulrti llicre U iilxliinlial titude and career, the vital, essential liccome of me ? Wouldn't I lc omc The Ktlagogne laid n revolver on his Now we know what turns the wind 1 tee iu tdi world two deajM one mill. IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OP WOOLENS, desk and called for tho screed. rrnaon lo Ixlievc do ii Ida rdolcc o( issues of tho Democracy in the present other feller, or maybe tint at all It took her aliout ten minutes lo indict of human happiness nnd one of mistlio great mast nf tlio urty, it U tave crisis, na Samuel J. Tilden. of New Dixie Farmer. Ono of tho frauurs of the present S. & COR. STS., tho sentiment: to nounie dii name will not lie rr York." "There air various ery. Now, if I can lake but the constitution of Kentucky, nnd form a Out of 1,000 published books, COO kinds from the second heap and Sum would smallest bit of dig brothers. cntnl. No oiprclal terrire nouM be Opp. Burnet House, er Representative in Congress from I'rlrrm In JMj.el- Mnu ncer pay the cost of printing, Ac. stand If, ilonelijr liU nillittravral or ilrclinalion lliof lllilh I mil Ta. up for a sister under any circum- add to the first, I carry n point. tho Ashland District, is keeping n liar-roo- m JArniCiKAMiMHKlli, 200 just pay expenses; 100 show a LKVstI.AM)NtltKlll, stances, hut there are some lily liver-c- as I go home, n child has dropped n at this time, tinco there is no cvMcnco Ail nm HKAsii.s'tnHir. printing paper continues to adIf in Nicholasville. show a slight profit and only 100 I MAS MIM K, nnd if by giving it nnolhcr I mungrel who are a cross penny, that it wouM darmonite or unify tlio vance, lien spa pern will bo forced to CIIAIILM HfA!NOX(!0lI substantial gain. Of these 1,000 books (arty more than liia rctnainiinj in lilt use common while satin with a plain C53 aro forgotten by the end ot the between n Uibrawlter jtckas aud a can wipe away its tears, I feel that I CCMCNT FOB lEri'AIIMNO Gl.A8S. I should lie Dissolve fine glue in strong acetic acid Maltese Jew, who would sit around have done something. prrwut ltlitiiilc. gilt Iwrilcr instead. They will much year, and 150 more at the end of three like glad indeed, to do great things but I to form a thin paste. a rat hole while n "Tlio frit? iiilt of Mr. Tilden are, a dislike to resort to so cheap a JOS. SEVERANCE. JAS. DUDDERAR. years; only SO survive sevcu year's cock-eyeslab of uurcspectful poverty will not neglect such little one n this. a general tiling, (aroradlo to dim fur a substitute, but when rag print putt Of tho flO.OOO publicatiom publicity. tin inn uimcTom. wander around with a Iwrrowed pop, These little things nre what no all can and well uiuU'rtloMil pulilic, ntiil not on a pair of telegraph climber put forth in the seventeenth century, and makes their , Spurgeon. poor sister paw around do, and should. reaioni. Tdey are not teen an- the paper men plunge their thumbs f ETIIOPI-JT- SOUTH. liar. J. . Mm. Paa-l- ll lor arTliartrTmlaviiioriiliit'aDilullil. hardly more than CO liooki have a tagonizing older eanilidales, ami they into the arinholes of (heir vests and fur the material fur a composition." York, 1'rarrr Melliirlhuriiili7 nigula, buihiaj Nhoui lawyer of Now A aro reprinted. atsuo a. at, J. rt. Mma, Miirrliit-niltiit- . Ihe wouM cheerfully oupport any of the ask you what you are going to do great reputation and W'oman'a ariuale Miaalonarr NulrttSoni) Ground. Never atftct to be being perplexed over a point of law, tha lalsiitMlar iarath ruunth, al a o'rlotk.lirraim Of tde 80,000 workt publiihed in tde Mia. iliitingutiliiil men who dave lieen about it, something mint lie done, and T. T. HaTlrm, I1rl.lrnt. eighteen century, posterity das hard other than you are cither richer or called at the effice of a brother attor iiamcil, ahouM tdu Democracy in Con- it is to Im hoped that the reading lat- BAITHT -- Hxv J. M. llariic, Paalor ly preserved more than were tescued wiser. Never bo ashamed to say, "I ney to consult him upon it. Tho arj Suuitb huua4ra.iuuriiinir and vention decide any one of tdem to bo public will gracefully submit lo darUUht, tva-Wrdneaday aarr I'raTrf from oblivion in the seventeenth cen- do not know." Men will then believe ter remarked, with dignity, that he noun, fcunuar biiuK!at a. at. Iu h. Harrow. , exmore available. Ihvnnl, Hancock, ing their newspapers printed on uicrlDtrDil4-iithad pay tor bis advice. when j on say, "I do know." Never usually tury. 'Men dave been writing buoks you .McClell.ui, Morriaou, IIcndricLa, pensive material until those bloated tnuivriAN 'Worahlli ltT Iba wiltrrgaUitli cv- these three thousand years, ami there bo aihamcd to say, whether as applied "Then," said kvwjcr number one, ex- Vj err Lord'ailar. KM Jim. Hulliail Tliiirmaii or holders can would he antiilnc-lorstraw stack nml rag-baand Ibnl Lord'a dara. tkhmd to timo or mouey, "I cannot aflord tending fifty cent, "tell me all you oil are liartlly moro than me hundred Jim. at , and publishers if ilcaiuatcd for the I'rwiileucy bo driven to tdo wall, writers throughout tho globe who it," "I cannot afford to waste au hour know-- and givo me back tho change." PltIllVTi:itlAS', bOUTII.-- Xo I'aator. Hik in llio melhoil irefcribeil by the party. canallunl to return to the use of paat John W. ttcut. havo lurvided the outrages of time in the idleness to which you invite Union 1'rajrr tlectloc "How do you like the new minis- buiwriolrndt-nt- . "Herein the f(ieuU of Mr. TilJcu per. We're in for harking down the me," "I cannot nllord the dollar you ter?" asked a lady ol her littlo girl. uaf mguu and tho forgclfulnest of man. iliilerfnim the noiiy ami unrenioning giant monopoly, and if it becomes K lliTa, plttsBYTtRIAN, MHlTH-IU- r.J. Once es asked mo to throw away." 1 I like him ever X raaior, iirramtaon ftacond an-- t nun' urtiaiii if Mr. .Inliii Kelly, That neceisary lo print the aper on a A quick nml ready wit is nn almost tablish yourscll and your niodo of life "Oil, he is splendid daya, uiurnlus and ulght. to much better than I did Mr. Ed there are bleached rubber blanket and have indispensable endowment in a good as what tdey really are, and your foot at well n wards." "Why?" asked Iter mother. opjioiicuU ol Mr. Tilden in all mcu go around and hold it while peo- cross examining counsel, but the quick- is on solid ground, whether for tho "Well," said the child, tryicg to think readiest sometimes finds his parts of tlio country, wo know, but ple read it, we shall not shrink Irom est aud gradual step onward or for the sudden of a good reason, "ho has a heller wo are now referring"ln tlieuupatiiot our duty when volunteers are called match. "Oh, you say this gentleman spring over a precipice. COMMERCIAL HOTEL complexion 1" said Canning to was about forty-five,- " (I'enn.) Observer, icaml undemocratic attitude of thcso'lor. fllristol ma Young man," said a college profes woman in tho witncis a pert young When Longfellow, tho poet, was in leader of the Tammany organise.,, . 1 11 m: box, "and I tuppose now jou consid sor lo an undergraduate, who had ask troduced to Mr. Longworth, tome one wlio declare that they will not tup-po- tl t Italian correspondent of the Ixtuett er jourself lo lw a pretty good judge ed for and obtained leaic of absence to noticed tho similarity of the first syl REFURNISHED AND REFITTED Tilden under any calls attention to an insidious and of people' age, eh ? Ah, just so. attend his grandmother funeral, "I lable of the names. "Yes," laid tho Tbla IIolcl In a thorough mannrr, aivl sm iww rf There aro reasons why llietaTnmmaiiy frightfully fatal disease called "iell.i-ga,- " Well, now, how old should you tako find on looking over tho records that poet, rni 10 RiTvwiiiuiuif in wit.maj iiiiviis4 mr. leader should seek lo defeat the nom"hut in thi case I fear Pope' of which no las than 1)7,000 Ital- me to lw ?" Judging by your appear this is the fifth time you havo been lino will IX A FIKST.CI..IS.S jIanxki:. apply, 'Worth makes tde ination and election of Tilden, but ians nre said to be dyiug, at the pres- ance, sir, replied the witness, "I excused to attend tho funeral of your man tde want oi it tdo fellow.'" they are not tho ones that nre usually ama ent lime, the uumbcr of victims rep- should tako Your lcavo ot absenco QIVE ME A TRIALt IT IS ALL I ASK. assigned. )ou to lw about sixty, graudmutherv Mr. Tilden. at n citizen, Mrs. Keepupnitlithettyle: "That resenting :l.02 per 1,000 of the whole Your grand, liy your questions I should suppose is therefore revoked. and afterwards as Governor of Thanking those who have stood by us so generous- .to population, and in the infected depart- you were about sixteen." Whether mother must get herself buried with- hateful milliner told me tho hat was 1 1- - 111 full altnllaur helped locrtisd Tammany when aaa iltn lmct W'n lltanmfcn tu uint-l- t a.aau i.iiq., nu (fauaiaaau 11 a mils. .tr something new, and there nero four j. MJ liaaa villlll5 ments, especially in Lombardy and counsel dad any more question for out you tdis time." it was under the control of Tweed and iii nonesi goons, even n grcntcr shnro of patronage hats just like it in church; but I might Venice, a higher proportion than ever this lady is not recorded. bis ring, so Idat honors u Tilden aro tdo first week of March tdo have known better, I saw tlio new During than over. occurred during tho worst cholera ephumiliating to tho remaining forces of SEYKUANCE & DUDDEKAIt. At P. T. liarnuni was selecting n steamers tailing from New York to moon over my left shoulder. Of idemic in France. The disease usualthis corrupt and dangerous set. 's )csttr- - Knclish iwrls carried 1,221 head of course, I'd ba unlucky." ly runs a slow course, like consump-tio- u. turkey in one of our market a. a administration of tho nll.iiraol cattle, ft"0 iheep, and u00 dogs, alive; Il cause it believed to lie the day, the owner drew his sjiecial atten Why was Adam' first day the New York was tho most brilliant of STANFORD KY. quarter of lieef, 850 car- tion to n largo fat gobler. suspecting also -exclusive consumption ot maize in n Itccauso thero was no eve. longest? any recorded, in its results; hut just in casse of theep, and C05 tons of fresh deteriorated condition and tho un- it was nn antediluvian, Mr. Itanium When did Absalom sleep five in a the features where it was popular wild meat, several steamers reported the HIMII.KOl K . O.,C.lt0Q I)ufknJ(nit,ill wUlbn aoU r1bl, state of the hovel in which said: "What do you tell that old gen Iwil? When ho tlept witii his fore- TIIOS. MinufatrlisrTjir AvuIdki. Ifntt, I'aullna, tic. tde people, it increased the displeasure healthy tleman for?" With an air of Iriump dead meat carried only ly weight, . U. IIIMCLK A tl., 4oraetvuivrluia. iNuilrra In rvrwU x(Iuir ConU, tho rustic live. fathers. Why did Job nlnnj tleep ij of Tammany. Only by such feature rvni ot nun iu but avnirvMUU irir. rtnu lur the owner replied: "I sell him for n 1 Ins is tho largest tlilimient in ouo Carrlacet, Uaectes, Wacoum. 41 Kl- ItU KuMNmi.N, Ufn. tni brmWtt, W. Matkri, lt. M cold ? Itccauso he Ii id miserable com Mifl ll l'resenco of mind and coolness are profit." "A prophet I Oh, I suppose week for several months. lor Itlalocui-Cntltet- t. ttiUriuii Itttlfbl I'rUa. S'ltJ Iwprutra ll or administration can (he Democracy WlllTNtV A IIACkirTT, IhimiUI OPENED HetulllP. 70 THE PUBLIC FEB. 22nd, IS7S fortcr. MNliiitTiiillUiakeUtt(J. Mar, UVi. OAii MM. of New York regain control; nml it It nuo things in a woman and should be do wat a patrinrcd," wa tdo quiet Haiiitm of Fmiia. Il has been ..ILMuIiU lltri.tk In ttMiiilstMt autl ruMrMj u.11r, Cottoo Duck ItlNd-lloNK- . Uim ki,lr , utto4i tintk ll vUliitt. W libit lling-hnnis nn old folly to eupHi..o that the honest people appreciated. A Southern lady, while The study of sacred history long known that fishes return to about ' Tht lUltlntwn MsuuUiurloic IJiMuitaiiT" lurulmrv, ibali. mil Furulture IrfM mitl afUitlu. llcilaikl wmt ivwur MjW uf lil Curiilttirv fashioned ditrase of tho horco. The of tho Kmpiro Stato will ever givo preparing lo lelirq (or the night, terminated. llridgcort Stnudard. the tame place iu llio same river each iimm la KlUuilttii glvoa toaitlfmnd (ivUht inulruU tho eyo of n full ITuvUWn mmI Uui MrnUuU lu; their confidence and support to a par- thought tho taw modern practice i lo mint witli line bTWlK A KKII.LM3.()m-?rGrocer iD.1 H These day no ouo is safe from tho year to spawn, but it i a recent dis Mittn. Itiwrtu W a 4th. length (Kirlrnil of Washington wink. ty that for the inko of 'peace and ture of io line. Some uso a solution McCormlckllarvetten, II . ftHli.l.l.dnnjil Aiibt, iuj W. M1n, Iui all u hvH r Drown went to covery thnt Ihcv go up tho left hand charge ol plagiarism. anil iiuia w la rail WtW imrt duId. rfiwri corrosive sublimate forty grains CENTRALLY LOCATED. Miniurr,WholeaaU, ANNO. AlttK-t- . wl.Jetalti utl(attj anj Miirjr vW, m Mi.u permits itself to bo ruled nml She dad heard of burglar hiding beof church hut Sunday a thing unusual sido of the stream and coming down Iriw(vn3tliaujbib, 'bull-dozeby tho very gang whose hind pictures, but tho did not scream W Ubra1a raraaa4 Oratera, rikla, Gaiu. ' liriDil liLLtll AdH.JtfliiHm. I'mablnartor lk tualoottlr IrlanttuUr Fishermen to one pint of water. and upon being asked hi opinion tako the opposito Me. king (Wtuau4 Hi Wll v(ttftrtv,wl overthrow was the hrighest and lxt and faint. Sho took oil her diamonds Bllffl, IUlhisjrt AfA clergyman recently aroused hi Kitifitiil l of the clergyman, said: "Oh, his ser- may bo lienefited by rememlieriug A. lttUt. liil-tlutPlant. Cut Flowera. liii URUAHlMlN,flasrra. HI luurlb Al. bear llrceai. XUm-- lu.l- Coiiiiiitu-t'lii- l and (qienlng a drawer, at if to put work tho Democracy ever did. It I'lauit and ml sleepy uudienco by asserting iu the was very good; but that prayer, this. '1'ruvuluraa. II. llALDWIS Ptauoa aud O remit. DKraiiUUtk jLadi, Aitl, w I'ourlb At. Iwkr llru., Ilaliira Jliu. would lw a National ilifgruce for tho them in il, took out a revolver and mon Mvhrranlutbr r IUM llauoa. Iktty au4 tulii beginning with 'Our Father," I thluk Au old ictident of Washington most twsilivo manner, that nohvith Orifitii. itH ntriUltur trriu au4 irtrra Uura'punbaaliiif, W party 13 give any heed to tho threats quickly discharged tix shots into the Tuurtlt AentMi he ttolo entire. I kuow I dave beard county, Pennsylvania, i in jail fur ttauding the hard time, the wage of BacKoc Trauaforrawt Fra of Chare Hrl-lla ri WASIIUL'KNMJS work ati4 rra..itiU KurlU At VhotocrapLa, or pretentions of such an clement or- head of tho portrait, and tho tervaut lfirta 'JJ iltlurvauiai uvw la ItWU luk, air coWtr rrajwi, that it waa telling liquor without a licence, and tin have not been cut down one iota. something tomewhero ganized lor such n purpose, nml wo ruided in and found llicro was no strangely like." ltoston Tran:ript. it it recalled that since 1815 he has An Irishman teeing a veasel heav are much mistaken If theso threats burglar there, and tho 82,1100 picture 3SSTjtXBXISIiai33D 1865. been prosecuted for the same nllenso ily loaded ami scarcely nbovn the waSignor Pnrnetti da been analiziug and pretentions do not go far lo accom- was oiled for noil lug. Presence oi thirty-eigh- t times, and has lieen fined ter' edge, exclaimed: "Upon my and dust of tho streets, mind and coolness don't want lobe tdo liebri plish Jho very object tdey uro intended 84,-10soul, if the river wa but a little highaccompanied by loo much Imagina- with tho result of finding a large per- nn oggregate of to prevent. STANFORD. KV. centage of iron and gluo contained Little drop of water, Utile grains er the shin would co tho bottom, "Men may differ us lo the qualities tion. IIKAlTtfVt. it.t.xns, iatillal ffiftti iMMtlfnl, hatfcW Tin y ara MlkM MI iw atajail. I ItMir, wmtVI arartaff llttttli An I tarn-lai-r at all aathantta what. rM aM IliM I'ra A afitlplar'B draat might laa, SfSrf, wHattM ara MEN'S CLOTHING Merchant Tailor Departm't .T. VIJVTTISjK, fc CO., pcs ..ill '' "' " "' iiwr rr JOHN H. CRAIG, "WITH WHOLESALE DEALERS IN - SHIPLEY, CRANE & CO. . BOOTS iiiti; JLJSTJD SHOES Cincinnati, Ohio. "W. CRAIG, WITH 3d VINE J. & L. SEASONGOOD & COMPANY JIFJtS. OF tT.OTIIINC-- , W. Cincinnati, Ohio. SEVERANCE & DUDDERAR. Jeftt Wo will bo found during 1880 .ii the sniuo old stand, bottor propred than over to furnish our patrons with all kinds of iITkT"ii1,r.pAn Dry Goods, Notions, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Carpets, &c. At Lowest Prices. j ti iltllt, lir mi:at.s t. rix. ST. ASAPH HOTEL, T1IK It I ST II41I.SKS IS TOVIH1IjJaK. lUCliAU)S,r.onY. U,trlr PARE, $2.00 PERDAY. lt. MYERS HOTEL, II. DURNSIDE. - of Mr. 5 Tilden as n statesman, but h lieu tdo country is asked lo decide against him because ho bus incurred tho displeasure of Tammany, there can lie but one rM'xuise. "Tdo power of Tammany has been greatly ovir rated. It is true Mr. Kelly, by the aid of that organization ui.d tho Canal ring, tuccceled in electiug the Republican ticket at the Stale election last full. There ii nolh-- l lug in (hi n suit that would miiii to call for n repetition of tho ellorl. It was supKiieil that by opposing Uolilu-- 1 of win and supporting the leiiiuluder tho regular ticket, Tammany could Judge John Itico was a very violent secessionist, and in n speech urging tho Yansecession laid "Why kee! jl I hey show fight wo can whip them with pop gum 1" A short timo after the war. Judge It ice wo making a siicccu at the tamo cross- road whero he made bis boasting siiecch tho war. One of the audience asked linn If he was not the tame Judge Uice that puko there iu 1 SCO. "1 am," he replied. "Well, tlidu't you say that we could whip tho Yankees with popgutnf "1 did, and we could have done it; but 'em Ibey wouldn't fight us that way I" s He proposes making practi- of saud, make the mighty ocean and cal uso of thi diacovtry by establish- tho beauteous land. Alto, little nip ing blast furnace and gluo worki in of whisky, little horns of beer, niako Loudon to secure tde valuable pro- tho high old bender, and tlio drunk duct from the waite material of Met- teverc. ropolitan street. To return good for good, i civil Tll.DUN'a CouitAuu. Those who courtesy; evil lor evil, malicious pol- cdargo Mr. Tilden with puilhinliully Icy: evil for goo., hateful IngMtitude; In 187(1 aro or threo kinds, namely: goo.. lor evil, iruo i nrisiian cnaruy. tSclsmttcr. A very few sincere but erratic ier tons; tccoud, u number of scheming "Pleaso ts the buter" Is olwolete. hypocrite, aud lastly, a (ousidernblej "Allow the elcomargarino to tlldtt now the "propad number of well meaning but ignuiant duwn tdi way" therein. persons, w do are played upon by tdo ''"I""' . scheming hyjiH-rlleJ- . fllnwiklyn l ! Some trump nre good singers I tdey strike a rhord gle, Deni of wood, im m Lucy Stone said: "There is cotton iu the ear of man, and- hope In the E. - Propr. Xo, so Mnn st., Xejii'Thlril, - - LOUISYILLi:. KY. I 'iWARKS BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS COIflXiXSGE, Lucy make n bosom ot woman." niiatako aud gut the cotton in the wrong place. liko it tooth-brushliecauid every mio should havo one of his own nml not borrow lilt neighliorV Why 14 newspaper This Old aud Woll Known Largest Institution Of Tho Kind In Tho South. Ilotol Still Maintains its ' Thorough Business Course, Book - keeping, Penmanship and High Roputation, Arithmetic are Our Specialties. Nit . A It What i tho dillereiico between h ? Oue tree and n mother-in-laleaves in tlio spring and the other never leaves. .. Sorrows and woman' ago grow left I nnd leu every timo limy are told. Proprietor I Determined that. If You Know ihtie Better (Ian Usual, Your are Wanted in Business. it shall be second to no Uountrr ir Not. Qo at Once to WARR'S BRYANT & STBATT0N C0LLEOE and ' Flare Yourself under tho Instruction of a Qood Teachera Hotel in the State in Id Fare, at Can Bo Found Appointment!, or Atten in tho Land. lion to Comfort of their Quests. 'ITJOIH:-On- e Ono Moiilli, 10. lloardhi:. (H-- i wr lcnr, .lltiltlli. AivriiKtM-ONl- , 3i til'ttiiirai' WAItR litiliitlliiK lluurtl. iflUO. Uaatfasa till llllafaaiaa Ua Iraaa Iha4tal Ir.a ulrkars.. spatial amaaai4allaaa la l.(aMaairrrlalltaitl.ra.Tlia alar III lia WKITC I'Oll A COPY Ol' THE COLLEOE I JOUHNAU altia. aaj.aU.4 ttllh laa rhalra.1 raa.rlliiaaraaa4l(ara. a lli.ii l.llaibr Mr-ll- ' & BURKS, Proprlotora. J .V white man has lieen eentenceil to language. IVenlllnst lb. bljUest sslikrl rrk Soe lb The Icgishlure, after much discus hinged at Spartansbtirg, S. C, for kill loot siMonnl T uol. Ire of tarn, IS(t srol Sere ing a negro, and the Northern' papers are ion and amending, has at last Wen induced froTD Wont ss-- ir iiAi.r.st sr.Ms.Bi.i.i-.r- . to make an appropriation for the uinrh-neede- il has named Tune the Oth, as the day speaking of It as the meet remarkable rase improvements at the Deaf and that ever occurred in the Sooth. HOUGH-AND-RFsADY ! for the a'scmbling of the Hditors in Careful, The list word of Ihe two men bung Dumli Institute at this place. Convention, at Ashland, Ky. The in Ihe United Slates last Friday were for economical estimates were made by the I will slsod M J Im Jack, (buitli4isl.rtes.lt. al Hjslslle.anlleslaslolSltaSird.otl programme embraces numerous excur- the one, "(iod hate mercy upon uiy soul," Commissioners as to the amount reeded, III nltse. II SIX lHIILAK.Sloln.Hro s roll lo . oo. o.lh around lb kisrs and suck. Th Jtrk I. U.rk, sions, banquet, A'c., to be followed and for the other, "Hell is full of snch men and $10,000 decided upon. In the alum-banr- e nn otear nose ana noutb jesrs old Ibis Serins, of their Legislative wisdom and stsul 11 hands blib, Is s sure on the third day by n departure to as the jury that doomed me In such a and bst slosjtflrrn esllre sstluatlloa.losicrller airtU ideas of economy they figured It out that It Ibo lrs.led or moored fross lb rountt lb Insorsntr While Sulphur Springs, Wet Vir- death." IUls.bitslinl Kohl. U. McKce, of Frankfort, was $.10,000 would answer as well as $10,000, Ml. AS A.1IIISS01, Msrrb Id, isso ginia. subject. If Col. Johnston will see that tliroan from Ids horse Tuesday and se ami so passed the bill. Ol all on the fare of the earth tho meeting is not weighted with riously hurt that be died that night. Mr. (Or.SjTV. C.ISKV Tilden is certainly the champion. He hangers-o- n and interlopers, nnd will McKee, it will be rrtnemliercd, made the claims all the credit of the reaeeable ad l.lhn tu. justment made by the Kleetoral Commit carry out his views ns privately ex- rsceagainit Hon. Jas. V. Tate for Slate License was Issued last Silurday for iion,ciatmsa:illie credit or opposing that . pressed to the will he one Treasurer in IS73. "-mode of adjustment, claim all the glory the marriage of Iseti Lane to Miss Matil PHon. C. A. Hardin hasdrawn the first of being the only brave man In the IVruo-criti- c of great enjoyment and profit. da Pcmberton. blood, and will lie the candidate for th1 party, claims all the honor of sugMr. Peroy Chelf Is repairing the old Coi-'O. Hiiadmiy, if Lancas- Judgeship In bis District by a' large ma mill near tawn, and says that be will be gesting the wisest plan to lie pursued by hit parly In its greatest trouble, and claims ter, informs us thntsixtv-on- e counties jority. He are exceedingly glad of this ready for grinding in two week. a renonilnaiion br his nartr. reranllrM of of the Slalo havo held 1'epublicnn as Mr. Hardin is a genial gentleman and On 1 liiimhr of last week James Hob consequences claims it as a right which lawyer of much abilitr. can not 1 denied, eicent at the irll of inson, of color, wis tried lieforc 'Squires ocratic party, It is thought that an Conventions, ami of tho numlier for Itr a recent order Congressmen are Kills and Hare on n elnrge of rape and ac listing lo "march over his dead Nsly to ijlj havo instructed for Grant, not allowed In Mid the White House." Yours truly, eW adjournment 'will not be effected lie- H direct to their quitted. IirMOCHAT. .'larrn uisi, ijvhj. fore May 1st, and then having accom- three for Sherman, one for Illaiue, constituent', They can only recommend Col. Frank Wo! ford, while here last KsxoiLlTltis, Isouka The aliOte plished nothing, nn extra session may (two have declared ngairst a third that they lie sent to cenaln persons, and week, Isiiigbt the house and lot now occu- ell; Is la Norlbera Issllaiu, limited at Hit nnal tross the Commissioner of Agriculture have t lie called. Our Senator, Hon. term anil twelve failed to instruct. then If pied by Col. Silas Adams, The pro?rty inf. or tl Air 1.1ns ,11, i, Ion of l lis I.. Mil, s, so wills he orders them sent. ILILai Jltis(lroJ lUrMtA tullsna U.1L Ken- was bought for his mother and sister, and lattrlllr, la a J. II. llruce, and Kapresentatire. Fifty five counties havo instructed for U.I ness tit, "looms ' ill lbs lime. A petition ! 18S yards In length, ami II It more noted, srlisps, as Mn( lira.l.iiulrn br Hon. 11. S. (iooch, are getting ex Mr. llradley as delegate from the signed by ."1.4SI teuiieranee women, was they wilt mote to it In ajew days. A Stn AcctnrNT. Yesterday, while Ibc nianubcturlac ol lb trMrateJ iur.llrle.es, State, nnd it is safe to say that he will presented In the House Tuesday by Mr. ceedingly anxious to return to their i Mr. Miles Kidd was driving bis old gray "Dr. Minhall't Ijin frnip, ' lor (wiiln anl OolJssnilMlrtHuullne, Ibe I farms, and unless (hero is au adjourn- - 6" t0 ",0 v mca8 - "nvention and cast Ilrewer, of Michigan. The prayer of the horse an4 Liter Keg- that has been tried nnd trusted errry ulstor sr whlrb we are scents. lout yon lisre a rs.j Ihe oto of Kentucky ns n unit for Jftillon is fur legislation In prohibit the If meM in tlm nixt i.nupst. , il.or will where, some part cf the harness broke, the Itueuls-- r Ir. Uirtball'i l.uor Female College. and II tour sale of alcoholic stimulants. have n little private adjournment of Grant. horse ran otT, threw Mr. Kidd out and in blood Is lisil, or jour lirrr out of order, try 'Ilro- The House Committee on Ways and Trlsl lollies Irre. Itetslar slu 11. To acci'sc any one of breaking Means, by a jured him very seriously. The accident luoliM. their own. Sold I.J Cliensult A IVnsj. voteof 8 to. 3, has decided to STANFORD. KY. comes with ex- (dace on the free list all manufactured pa- took place near Dr. Slonev, who was away In company with Mr. Gooc-l-i we the commandments from home at the time. Mr. K. was carvitited the much abused Penitentiary, ceedingly bad grace from a man who per wood pulp, jute, butts, manufactured sjlvr UlTrKTISLSIITs. ried into the bouse and Dr. Mcltnbert WITH A TOLL CORPS Of TEAOUERS and were shown from one end to the has given up the ministry to become n flat, straw, and all other fibre and fibrous sent for, who soon put the patient In a other of it. The location is a very politician, nnd the service'of the Lord P,,nt" n"e' ln "l manufacture of paper. We understand that resting condition. Ibis Institution sj. Ill (n When Pamell, the agitator, got back ! unfortunate one, but we were surprised for the service of Grant, the flesh and Mr. K. is lietter this etenlng. to Ireland, and attempted to make a Drvriis. Mrs. Supora Moore, wife tn see it so clean in I to find it so free the devil,and who makes shipwreck ot ITS TENTH SESSION. sieecli, be was greeted with hisses snd rotTbU from, uupleasant'odnrs, considering the the very first commandment in every ten eggs, one of the latter lotting him ol Mr. George Moore, died on the SSth will nuke lb 10. ult, of consumption. 1 It r remains were ON TIIK rul tntMs. at MitiliMsN numlier of men crowded into it. The issue of the Tribune by changing it square in the month and raising a skunk-lik- e (TM.T. interred at Ihe family burying ground. .,. IfsIgftUlf, lioroin smell that was decidedly iinsirnry wont that can bb'tiid about it, and to read : "Thuu shall have nn other IT. Kr., it Mr. Moore was an estimable lady iM)vi(iMtvi.si:rri:siiii:ii.M.XT, to Ids taste as well as his nostril. lKiLLAKH to iQ.ure a that ia pretty bad, is that two men God liefore feraiif." anil a good christian. Her family and tiurt lo Lff l (Ml, Moat; The Directory fur St. Louis, luuedon ilu when tb fart nro forced into dismal looking vault,. J Ho!jk relatives have the sincere sympathy of , cxceeil!l .lamaging test! last Saturday, contains I20,"73 names, an or laar tkAPtssal ALL TIIK nitAM'IIM of A V . (th. UalcrliMia 7 rear eU. I lark. 17 haLdi M. Woulran Ihe whole community scatccly large enough for one. man to IirMlnlw, in m firMn, increase of T,120iTrr last year, and an In J tn.1 aa well bljh, :: died last Monday of spnpleiy. He was at tianrofapItristJltlatjUantl vnlen, bjr IUhellru,Urv-horssa In tblan.l. II I turn around in, and so lnully veuti Hargis trial, and the indications h THOROUGH crease or .IJit since the Federal crnsus ENQLISH COURSE are a neighbor's bouse, and was playing on a by Ua nt brlno It. If r, ti lj Maubrfoo ajiuuir, luted as to furnish hardly enough air laldaiH.a bkr luaralsy Har Mni)ir, he that if n judgment is not found against of 1870. liy the usual ratio of people to a violin when the attack cjme on. The llrNsi ManilsrliW, Urt.7 Iwp, MrMcnxer, llariiniu, sre lingbl, as well as gltes the city a loiuilsllon of for one. The hemp factory is n fear h by llimlJrloiiUn, lh air Hargis, there will at lr.ast be u hung name this tune was left half finished, and Wood ran Watttrlou'a daw la ly UHiiVagrml khirs ofg, trutlrra. MUrJlt--. daM l.y of TUli LANUUAOl. lilt AW. over fire hundred and forty thousand. fill place, but such work has to be . .laui ty KutMUlb, Ar. was dead in two minutes and a half WflalaTr'alVlabafiari jury an end that would bo almost as INO AND I'AINTINO. , . ,. 1 iinr, z The steamer City of Mesico, from i ,. n . .. ur bomeiMini- nnii n i uuiif aomewiit-rStrange but true. tlie oilier, . I . ueP'onl,,1e . which (teneral ((rant was landed atdalves jtun, ivt is unuiy injti lur llie 1UU. the Artlrlr lUmlnt A I ssmtlilare, I wlllslarwl uj iiiejaek. I'.IUIK M It 1: It AT i:. Tiik Danville 'fiibiiiie'i Confereiire ton, arrived at New Orleans in a disabled limit Thl, Tieii SomurlJoiiru Tllilrn an The other working departments are! condition, and was very neatly wrecked in tlie Oittmlilr. wn "I0 IHMV.M.iX, YOI'.f. u" "e" W" In Tulllon, luiert mxofnsu 111 lo 19 In lb "'""J in .nlondid -- nndilion. .,,,1 lb. the recent storm. She is now on the dock, tUitrr rf lt latrriur Jrurmit - ' IreuUr ITIm.rr, lias lslrlMe.ll.lr of ,he kini1 ttc hlve Your courtesy heretofore and your spirit At I1VI. IxJI.I.AtH lo Id.uis a mar la toil, lav; rrrrorinuy, W, llid (Vllejl.le, I si. at work seem well feel and healthy. I"- -' and an attempt Is being, made In conceal Vouns lloosisn I. ruont r dllseain. IS Jur Lotm. "' condition by both officers sad of liberality in permitting those opiosed 3 jesraold, la hinds high, and was turd by l,eontr her true The women department is presided I'ot full at la Hoard, Ae , address i,j .s.uto.iou, vi iiu'i iwuoij. ii oss to your favorite candidate fur the nomina consignees. over by .Sim Holmes, who says ho bo ltsrlj's touiiiroiuiM., b by Tlpimrsnoe, sirru lij MKM. St. . llll'r.HKAKT, I'rlHrlnial, I. FU IHHTilF. IHH.U. New York Democratic Mate Con tion by Ihe Democrats for President, to ex Ilrnrr list's Wsrrlor. Vounc lloouisn's djiu s. The SisafsrJ, IJuvIa (V, K J. fares as well if not better than bo by And j lUee; g. tliui bj Itoneert g. g. daw by old The Senaln has so far refused to pass tention for choosing delegates to the Cin press their views through your columns, Ulfoer daiubj a sillies nntt. could cxiect. Much of the newspa- Ihe House bill for u M. IIIKSI I.I. embolden me to ak a place fur a few l. the reduction of salaries. cinnati Contention will meet at Syracuse lllle.leilllc, kj per publications and a good deal of Til fill I In riitsfs Mllvrsv iLi,s.n,r iprd 20. The rail inrites the Democratmore Incongruvial remarks the so the Spscial Committee reports, setting and freight rates was killed in the llonse a ic tl.tctora of the several Assembly ilia called reformer. I'OXIfKXSEIs TIMi:. In the great election controversy of trirta and all others who Intend to support forth the terrible condition of the few days ago, either In Hon. J, . llruce wielded the gavel J the nominees of the Democratic National 1S7IS-- 7 Tilden must have Penitentiary anJ the worse condition favor of a peaceful selllenientorof a of tho convicts havo been fiir a pur- - in a masterly way this week In Ihe alxence Convention, to send delegates to Syracuse. settlement of the big dispute. Heviolent could of the Lieutenant (orernor. The Oorernor has sternly refu-c-- d to ote, and are not warranted by the V bill limiting the value of work an- - interfere, and the "prltate" hanging not bare len In faror of both modes for RAILROAD LINE. facts. Tho Penitentiary is good ftmds exempt from debt to $150 and cows of Itobsrt Anderson, white, for wife ace and war at the same lime; though mur Ids enthusiastic admirers do claim for him enough, and large enough if thu Leg- to $o0, has Iweii iwsed br the 1 louse. TIIAIN8tl(IIN(IMlllTII. der and Charles Welwler, colored, for A bill has passed the Senate pre-- 1 will take place In Louisville, It It hoped all Ihe credit of having been both a peaceislature would tiass tho bill to work "'" Ki'su'd. In lhatconnrc Jlftll 1, 1S. rou securing the ' that the MierilT will not make inch a maker and a the surplus number of convicts on pub-- , scribing a reward to arrest and conviction of horse thieves. bungling sfialr as be did In the case of tlon. They say that be,by Ids wonderful mod. I.t Ulrbmoud o. . wIIIKl lis ...,.. lie Improvements. If they would do ' M Ijinrssler. 11 it . .. prudence, saved " IIiIdkiIoii. . The House his pissed a bill restoring (leorge Washington, bung there a year ago. erallon and fllT- 1.1 ..,.A-l!..- t. 'I.O (Air.! IIUCS.IUU l. lost im aiu .,11 MV 11UIIIII IHJ Tiuiolhy Fonlto hisrlght tn I.SMI " Crsborebard lnulOJ-aw TUe iutslli art Intstiiusl thai 1 bar oimhuh! a oust of keeping up the While us from all the sorrows and horrors of civil role, hehav. " klsnlurd I Ul " I II i iu sdtpl, and the State would not lie lug forfeited It by sending a challenge to Hou and paring Hires and bis clerks war thai while ha was more thin willing " Mielbr Cllr . .. ,.. Lart, Mu k f tluaulu al my alur ruoia. Utfar lb I SS " Hsiiillle Jumlloii. .... 2,U forced to borrow money ut a time Mr. IWkcle, of (larran1. IU " a 41 "' isrBi, inPiAiilt'iti', iisfiMiuug ti and servants, amounted last year to Sllil, to be taken out and killed for his country's - Mllcbrllsuurs lis " ..... IIS " SOD " OROCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, when its other expeuse are o great The private banging hill which has 'Ml, which greatly exceeds any former year, good, be could not bear the thought of a " lluoua " "H 111 been made a law, protide that the eaeru- - iindir any administration. This accounts drop of blood Iwlng shed by any other hu Ar. " esij Juiuilou and Its Treasury so depleted. Uol Slu '"'' on account of a mere Piestden " llrutnnitl unrlloumww ., sia " 'nn aw since jmln isMiistiii. It was a source of surprise as well Hon mutt be made Inside of an enclosure, (or Hayes' ability to inet 11Lt Boots, Shoes, ITats.OIothing-and thai not more than lilly persons Iwihls Inauguration, txttj honest cent of tial election ; ami fur this they claim fur as mortification to find such an ex sides Ihe ndieers ami guards shall be pres. w liirh lieloiignl In Tililen, whose place he him the everlasting gratitude of hit counTIUINSI.OINIINIUTII. QUEENSWAHE, OLABSWAltE, ceedingly small State library. The ent. And trymen and a rouipt lills. rooms are contracted and the number yet they do say he was tlie only Democrat During the iasl year no less than The Kii.sle has auuluUd Ihcconrraled April., issa. ""'' ji:.,hm,.i. TiiIiiiccu, 'iKiins in the L'nlteil Slates who, in the great I.t. nltntord law mi as In allow of books do not exceed several private f00 dead letter were at Ihe I 41 m USil pw " I'rakllrrliard ... lat and nress-niessenger- s all " to carry omeealeil ollice Ieiartuient at Washington each day crisis, eihlblteil a particle of courage libraries that we could name. Hut, d a 41 s I) Ar.Utliiolon WINI'.S I.KjlJUUH, iri'C,.. ,, raums J VI " throughout the that the entire party with Thumiin, I!iy I.t. kii in the dlscliarge of their from the XafXM over by the accomplished Mrs. 4 .an ", duty, ountry. I lie amount of money found In nrd, Itanium, Hunton, Hewitt, Payne and Ar. Itlibiuon- d- .. ANI1AN Aunle Oldham Cook, a visitor soon A bill to tho ur for dieting this vast number of lettera was $US,000 and Springer at the head, tiirrendrred withthe scantiue.is of Kmtucky's lirlsonera In ooonle IjIIs- to fifm routs iw, 'over- a million fire liundre,! Iliniisaml ,tnt. out tiring a shut, running up the Kleetoral PUMoMlX PAI.ACIK (MIIN forget . . ..-- . . Eodlrss Variety of Suuilry Articles. . o "possession Ot bookl in adtniration of day has insseil Ihe Hon. If made a law, lars in drafts. There were also 50,000 Commission lllll as a Hag of truce; while To Mruibts, link) lUsk, Mol.lle, lolilfuurry soil New (Irlesus. should, It will take rllet--t from lis uis. I'aclageiof merchandise. Most alt of the the Tlldtn stood solitary and licr wealth ofliaiulaoiiieauil culliratn! valuable have been returned tu the send alone, mating for the roii.llttillonal rights EMIGRANTS, TAKE women, of whom Mrs. Conk is n mo.t ' " NOTICE I A I'AMII.Y MU'I'I.V STOIIi: -of the i'o.!e. Hut there 1s a inl.tile T'. nl WMie" I... Wen .irlclen ers. chanaing mirescntative. i,"ui1 " TMtrwie teeter lelallng lo jurois, by the The killing of Jos. Waller, a respect- somehow. Tilden couldn't have been on It wbsl I oil! kerp.aud Iberlllseutof loou, Ibe ; Our people will Ut uwil to hear XOU Miles Shortest to Texas, both sides of the iiuettloti of peace or wsr INriiale, and the law changeil w aa to per able and aceable negro In Shelby counfsiwirtiid lrsder,isn Sud al iuj bouse anilblni Kood repwt ol Representative Uoocli. lllU ,, cUwll si roj msu iwi-s- . luej , TO,or(o ty by a while man named John W, Hanat the same lime. He Is certainly a TI.eiuu.li,uu.ersulriie. lo.re tbm l.j anj reK1lI ' oibirrooi. tilsibuiu jib ss aiwats a. ins poor, is niicuiivo urn-o- Juries. cock, was one of Ihe most cowardly and great manager and u wonderful cunning Tb loniiiillteo has decbled unprovoked murders tint lias occurred lor old man; but still be iimldn'tilo luiselUIJl('KloST, t'llllAPKST AMI IICST to Ms duties, and standi high in tlio COUNTRY PRODUCE mtlmatlou of the injtubers. Senator that Ihe flouM) bill demanding that Ibc months In Ihe dark and bloody ground. nimus oul.ln I iw In Iwn placet at Mirer Usui la ill isdiils in VllMourl, gluus, llliaots, and it seems now lint liollsua, lows, rUs.ks, lolorsdo, AlksiMSs. It tcemial Iht-tJJruoe occupies a prouiintnt jsositlou (lorernor remove Jerry houth, keeier tf The scoundrel Hancock waa arreted,but his u lii rirkaiiiff lur I ), al W liUiisnl twar iinijiorbsiiaiuiiiusao,M. iswi. and rssi. r.Li the Penitentiary, could be ot no cflect, as guard, walk ofl the only pulfie mutleof settling the result " lorlobriutlliu,sUol1lrtrlilolbloulb,ksu. '" UsTf. iu lils branch of tho asterully, but lie Mr, Houth is also a contractor, and can only with no doubt bribed, let him a feeble of the election was by some kind of arbi- us.' lUorsdu. sod Ijolsrsul llsl.., lo r esse sua., As.- , h".fln.. ,,,',,T.!'-- SSIUrd, IWos IliiiMaasor. Kuller, Wn, ltd llaue, . . ,w . T no other remonstrance than atvl (ttAk4i fut tsf auyibluttt-lsss(J. 1'. AIUIIKL-gi9 i aaesHa, iraaa, star., avisii never wake a iool of himself by I Iim lw I br.r rtill f aU It removed after dim rocrM of law for "llallr? II I lei ej SS ll.S USB got OCt of tration, There was a dead lock Utween iu V J, ii.ru..sr, At.ii. : faM.BH4lkl.rt Act , ..fl, UiUUTIIM J Hnn-e- s o amend fvsrr bill nr bv failure to. fulfil lbs terms of Ids contract lb two bflit f ('i,iiioM There was . Ingly disorderly Ixxlr, and each mem bcr seems to take especial delight in worrying Mr. Higger, who h n decidedly unpopular presiding officer. The Senate Is much more dignified, but equally n worthless. They were lianging nwny with amendments and suhjtitues to the bill to work nil convicts over OdO on public improvement, and finally adjourned without accomplishing dam In a tinker' value. Thus the timo goes, the treasury is drained, and nobody but drawers are benefitted. the per The general impression prevails that of all the worthless legislatures, not even excepting the notorious Granger Legislature, that tlio present is the boss, and we very much fear its session will act disastrously to the Dem- The linns has passed e bill insklns I B" ill,)l",,a,lr' mi nil iitieations ''ie "edurthin of sn iiiiitisrtiVd woman iin Dmitllle. J W Wmrn, of visited well inMiiml, nixl Im opiniom nre "', '" M "" '''""? stone nor inure limn lite rears In the Mmjille a few days since. i highest repert. retarded with the STAZTST'OTIX), Penitentiary. lien lirnncr, for nnny years a butcher all of the members were n Ireo from of this place, is hopclcsstr III ol CViinunip-tlo- n Friday Morning, April 2, 1380. "hhttherskitlng" and as true to the in f:t and likely to 1 away at anr mo. terests of their mmlltitcnta ns our Urct Untie Im Iven confirmed n I". Inrnt. II". 1 ir.l.TOV, Sir. Xelon T a prmpeollte lUUtnr I'eprcscnlnlivcs it I safe to say that ". tVvnsnl let (llasgew. niemWr of tlil eoninmnlty, w.i mirrlnl tlio body would have long ngn ad from tlie Itlslil msssnthlnera In Iuhrllle Is.t week to Ml Martha A. Wn looked 111 on the Legislature, journed with nil the important lni'i- - Ismihtrlllrjtll lids wrcl. anil are rltlt at Stephens oftlmt city. lirj-e- . Ihii week to see how much of value trnii'.ictcil, The Administrators of tlie late Jamrs The (Hit IYIIaws trill celebrate tlirlr received it win civine to tli pconlo As m'Al., tho Somerset Jltxtrlrf slstj.firsl annlvcrsarr nit (lie Irtlli of Klnnalnl will offer for public sale In for tlio thousand dollars or nioro ttaily rille, Weilntsihj, April SS, Missouri Counwent oft on the wrong track last week April.! were expended on It. Both ty IJonds In tlie amount of J 10,000. Judge I'ii lip, niKot llio pulses nilhe and produced a long article to create Tlie dolnc comparatively nothing. Janmcliek, ailrrrtlsed as the "trratest tho impression that tho appointment nldrn time, illeit In IsMilstltle this week llrlng actress," supportnl by Harry Mere Uouso cotiiltlering tlio Henrife Mil seed 82. oftho editor of the IsTr.nion .TotT.s.u. dith and a stronj; company, wilt present to make lunging" n verv private en It l estimated tint tlio nittnn crop of Mnehetli st James' Hall Tuesdiy. April 0. Chairman of tho Congressional Tetss for ISTH will bring Into that Stste A of amend as tertainment. A hat-ful- l full Iiout Is eiiertel for the traif Committee, was done in rather an un ? 1 1,000,000 ment were oflcrcd, the vole on each dlenne. precedented way, and quotes tho resoThe Itlchnic-nIlrjiitrr his diclarcd At an e.irly hour on Thtinxlay, April requiring several minutes, ami finally, lution adopted by tho Judicial Com for Hen. Durbin Wnnl. of Otiln. Hettcr 1, the fool killer was abroad in the land. after much noise ami confuiion, durout the inimrnsiiy of his work was too mittee to proe its position. jNow, if stick to TiMen. ing which Sneaker Higger hanged A new Xallonsl Umk, tho First N'a-- , apiiatlini. I'or at least one day In the year brother l'ucker had have informed nwajr with liU gavel, grew reil in the has heen nrjranlrcd In Maystllle the omhr thonjet of loneliness was re himself before he Hew ofl the helve, tlonsl, more!. face and ordered, begged aud implored, wllh a e.ipitil of $100,000, IWcsl, at Ida father's home, In this he would have discovered that Mr. l'.l,rll,,. rites ll.fi -l- inn the members to come to order, tlio nn Monday, of 1'leiir. Pneumonia, W. 11, Caldwell is already Chairman Winel r rkmvwl tt.it he J. a eandi.lale vote on the passage of the original hill ch"'1 R "i,mll,Pn. in "' -'' of the Judicial District, and has been for reflection In Crnres. .. .Some memher demanded was taken. iiisaj-r- . on Mimlir erening the remains I!en). (Irani, eniimy, made llieayesand nays, and the slow process for sometime ; and that the resolution a dear profit of of Adair drove mules of little Mary, Infant daughter of Iwls $2,000 nn a of and Jane Mason Jackson, wrr Interreil In was gone through with, mulling in a he quoted applies only to the Judicial taken by him In the South. District. The Chairman of the t'nti vote'of 41 to 41, and the speaker deJ. I'osvr, senior proprietor the P.intille Cemetery. MJ. The Korthern M. K. dmhtrnct aib clared the hill rijtclrtl. IJefore the grcsional Committee is usually elect of the Majstllle (Ky.) ltnllrth, diedof jomnnl on Monday to meet on n day yet consumption this week. vote was announced n member, who ed by the members of the Committee, Ilichanl Ik Iinird has secured the tndelinileln llardinshurg, Ky. On Sun pnw that the hill would ho loit, but as they could not k gotten to day the pulpits of the various churches pettier, tho appointment was made to IVmorratie nomination for the Circuit changeil hit vote so ni to enable him Clerkship of Merrerconnlr bra msjorilr were filled l visiting ministers and each trouble and have some one em anil congregation thought It got the to move a reconsideration, which he save of 4s. did. This was carried, and again the powered to call a meeting at the prop The I'liirerdty of Virginia reporls ronld ally rontert him. We are gratified at the splendid suc hill was put on its passage. Half n er time. Don't tear your shirt until .12S inajricnlales, representing twenty-twdllTrrent States. Of ihe whole numlier cess Ch as, A. Hardin, of llarrndshurg, Is dozen inemliors popped up at once, necessary next time, young man. making In his ranras for the Circuit I It art from Virginia. each of who'm afterwards made Tiikmk is a law empowering County Judgeship In Ids district. No man In Cen-- The I". S. Nramcr, Constellation, ipeechca on the subject, among them Courts to grant local charters ami do detailed to carry supplies for the destitute tral Kentucky Is more favorably known the irrepressible John I), White, who many other things nuw forced on the in Ireland, has sailed. She has .1,OV) bar- ami talents more admired thin Chas. A Hardin. If the district Is so fuitunate as The reason is plain As rels of prntislons and four eases of cloth is again m his real. Tlio ayes aud Legislature. In secure Ids election, it may lie certain of liars were again demanded, and the the law stands It costs from 812 to 815 ing Tin Xew York .S'ms sajs that John a pure and just administration. (leaker announced a small majority to procure a little charter in the Coun Mr. Jno C. Young dellrernl his lec Keller will lint be able In hold tngrther in for the bill. All this required two ty Court, whereas there is no 001 III the Presidential rsce of the vo- ture, "The nilstskes of Ingersoll," on Frihours or more of time, which, if not curreil if the sime work is done bv ters that he led astrar In the election for day evening last, at the Second Preshyte-ria- n valuable, is certainly expensive, and the Iesil.iture. If the law were Oorernor. Church Notwithstanding the unfa all to keep the curiout people from changed making sucli .work less exAn cscsiied convict, who had been out rotable weather the house was crowded. witnessing the hangings that occur pensive when done by the courts, and West for the last eighteen months, volun- The reputation of Mr. Young as a clear thinker and gifted orator was fully sus. only once every hundred yeara or so requiring it in all cases to lie done by tarily rtlnrneil to the penitentiary this talned, and rarely hate wjererbeanl in a week, wherenpon the (iovernnr pardoned in the State. The House is an exceed them, n great deal of time that costs hrief lecture purer and more eipresslre him at once. l?"lll V! C4lltf i'lllllUr 'Vlrtlll'll'll J'Ulll Hill. 'movfr k Pr''lB"'l,"'Jw''"f Ms vi'via nnM.ntnrxTi; KY. .L... ir1". ' "' ""', " ... Aorri orvvniiKXT kith. le, eiTil nri Im. itu VCS ' 'I J"' Js. lt per hour, would lie saved to (he State. I no symptom of a backing down by either and lids being so, ll,e rrn!i could not 1 deelsrcd snd cmi.sl into elTcet without Ihe ns. of force. (Irant stood ready to uelhe retpilslie forre In sell the man who shonhl I declared elected by Ihe Radicals, ami lo prevent the Inauguration of Tilden If declared elected by the IVniorratm On onr side there wn nn preparation to meet this force According In Stoddard John. ston,our leaders, hiniiclfamc ng them, foreseeing this stale of things, bad assembled In consultation In New Yotk In IVcemlier, 187(1, at Tilden's house, and proposed to Mm that steps shnnld be taken In meet sueh nn emergency. They were able to as. Mm, that various sure him, snd did ss-uStates in the West and Northwest were ready to "guarantee both physical and mor al force n anr steps he might see fit to take.'' I'm says Johnson, "He declined lo consider er sanction any course which might cause blood shed or threaten eltil war." And therefore Mr. Johnston ssys no stet werr taken lo rcM the forcible contiinimation of tint infernal plot against Ihe liberties ol the people. Now under this state of cae- - this state of utter helplef ness oi, the part of the IVnmcrats, resulting directly and necessarily from Ihe sii petb moderation of onr leaders what else was left fur Thurnnn ami hi It has In en asserted a thousand lime that Tif.leti was absolutely and uncompromisingly pm-e- d to the Kleetoral Commission plan or any other plan of arbitration , yet Ihe farts of the ease as detailed by Ids own dsvolies establish the truth that his imslihm ostensibly maintain ed all the way through, compelled the parly to resort to arbitration, There were many IV mortals In Congress, led by Proctor Knott, who contended that no tote could be counted without the consent of Ihe House of Ilepresentalltes, ami that the llou-- e had Ihe cnnstiliitlnnil right to determine when the conllngepey had arisen in which it would hare the power In elect the President by virtue of Art. XII of Ihe Constitution, and after so determining should proceed In elect, itesolulinns embody Ing these idea were introduced by Mr. Knott. It I chimed by Manton Marble and other Tildenlles lint those resolution eapresseil Tilden' view precisely, Ther not only claim this but they actually claim for Tilden their origination Marble say in bis loud statement, called ont It Henry Watlcrson, that Tilden prepared two resolutions which were sent lo the House Committee which were modified. atiernelng sunniiltcil lo hliu and approved by him were adopted and reported In the House. These, a.conllng to Marble, were the Knott resolutions. Now, I am satis, faetorily Informed that so far from Tilden's s'lggetling those resolutions or hating them submitted to htm for Ids approval, he held himself aloof from Mr. Knott all the while, and Mr. Knott does not know to Ibis day wl at Tilden's views were on the HIV tnunTiMMT. ! WOOI. tV.VMIlle Ur WM fit t tii for kli-- Hkriiis&NuiinelleY t's.Atrnsi.t j W.OlUltTT Vt.OX' Wf 111. xf tonnU r tTusI, Ihf MfttlMt MNflM Mrt II, l 1TTIM.M 4 HON. Staple Se Fancy Groceries, lMTIIIsIt' SAI.K! til, ZPOJEl. SJULmTZJ AI.MUlENUHnKROI' Ailsainui-steror'a- t. J P.il.lerlt I sill sell Ms lats reslitenes In Sualonl, nn Mslurdaj, April Snl, A TlllttSIIIMII MAdllNK ANI r.j ae, r.Mii.i,. i kih lira kins iitsn-- , Trent on dsr ol sale Artm'r, J. M, II A 11 sMKATANDlMIOVISIOsNS. AI.SII ! FISH, IN OYSTERS AND GAME Till til F OLD TJi3?JEijaS a.t tiiih ori'ici:. ctiniDtirs, I lOW t,.t.s iitiMiitr.n, III nlsn do alt Linda nf work In the SADDLERY & HARNESS ,i.jeei ti.h I be ,v. ni(i(i.N it n.rng, u it a ( aiHtidats on set Ion or Ihe IVoHsrsry. rtf.ci joiix n. Mir.i.KH issCnvii.i,ieHincir.cfiTri.rng, ,uije,i u ton be set wmm -- LI3STE. ol lbs IVmnrmlr oanj. - JVMTX it a C'sn.ti.i.t im Ijnenln; IMUII.KY, ithibt rt ni: r All Ropalrinp; Dona With Cornor of Main ami Isnncastor Bis., Stnnforc), Kontucky. i sula'erllA Ibe arlMl or lbs ii. Is a ("sn.ll.l.le niMUnNlvnAl.TIIrl AT. T1IIIM.V Sir Ibis Hl.ltlil, tulVrl lotbs aellsn l I be I Vmorra I le M rl t . '. nut tV.iimr.x I juiKir. nrrnnkdrt, sv. n. ritvou, si lo lb llMirlorAriveslsfrsM this, lbs Serofi,! Arrellsle lilslrlel, tol-lolbesetnwiof lb Wirmrsry. ltl('sn,n.tilsStrr-tlrrtlo- BASH&MIDKIFF -- nv $; Mi's. Warren Mi's. Ururc, MTJINrOi.ii. a. uiisLa. . KRSTt'tKV, t. srsstitst. (AT Till' Ol ti hTAMl HI TASII A IU NM I rni'Mss oi' mooi.i MANUFACTURERS ANI IT I ll I- N- A Illsid' I KS, SPRING AND FARM WAGONS. rlii 0 REPAIRING & I'AINTINO w AIA IMtB ft mi MG fisr in m: ns stiiiirr Man r. am tiii: vi:uv itr.vrsTYi.i:. rm twtiVK NoatNt WE WARRANT ALLHEW WflKK nn (m. NveV mww SI HUAltANTtK r'oll HATIBrACTION ls itLntsiieslsiiu. Illtoosarsll so.1 lesrn oorVIUV IJIIV lolees. liillMMIi.IMIaislsllrjsr. Mid. Ikui'l IIS Is n Ns, I ho.o-.ko-er. (sill sit blM I list. iif.i-- i o nssis a HiiiMirr. ...j Stanford .r. W N rt. ' WATERLOO rirtCslf Im 1 i. o. sroici:. ' ,,,, " GARDEN SEEDS GARDEN SEEDS ! ' .. 0 GARDEN SEEDS ! ,!,. Wr l1 in Wo havo in stock a good as sortmont of Garden Scods.ofall kinds. We have Seed Pen, Beam, Corn, and Onion Seti, in balk. Alio, Oar den Rakes, Hoes, Hoe-Hadins, Soades, Shovels, &c. J. N. DAVIS' touisiiLETmisiiyiLiE ra, VAIUKTY STORK. ,'ltW I ji wo koop a s stock of Btaplo and Fancy Oro-- I SttKari, CoOboi, Molasses, Coal Oil, Toa, ltlcc, tie, flrst-clas- " Ntllnrn....h'IU jAcdlnrancj ' Oroccrieit Canned Goods, of ereis deictiptloDlieeicMao caroul, Crackers. Sulces, Eitracts, &e. lt .. .. .. ..! V sill slui, it all Holes, ls aUuruibleb lo Ulll nbuiuiy need Ibrui, wllh IUou, lard, IW lilors, Uullrr, Wik all I lilies batlbu any of lb lal tiiwe.1 triUtes to dl.Mtuj( of sll,lo i sit oh us taui rlf vherr, and v luoiulss li,St. j'ii ,',,. - Usiy lh,hlbitl losiiil iti Ibirio Iu ls llo,l.. ,wl Vttlolkei a louiotel sloik 4 Ills-st- ir tjiiesusTir, Iaius, ( bliuuria,lv. linnet lruiLs,ir all .tret. and Also, ,""'. l)tmt j forirot us avbou you wuut tbliiK Iu our llue. 4 II uy "ISHIV . kii. I ' J I ! ' - IAIu. J i Her. George H. Savage, It. I), who The alarm of firr at 0 o'clock Wedinferior hat hren anprrlnlr ndent nf thr work of thr nesday eve waa senindnl si the ndli-g- e Tur iivn.v wrtriim f "all font Amerie-i-n llihtr "nrlely In Ihla Stair hr The Due was defective. No dimarr MM. .'Wring, of Ibnrllle, will hold ilar" ilrrrlnnl miny a rairlirrenf arlng fourteen yrara, haa dlMrltmled during thai 8TA3S1',01I3, lime 270,000 tlihlra and Tratimrnts srrlra of meclinga at (he IlaplM rcrrr Key. II. II. Ilarrl,ln accordance with church I'tlday night, Silnrdiy morning April 2, 18S0, Prhl.iy Morning, Tlir Iliow.-All- .. TShuir. riinlnsrafli Ihe deilre of lale Dr. J. II, Jeler. haa aue- - ami nlgl.t. He also rhangra- places with (lallrry Mill rahllmira, ami lie la ilolnjt reeilnl Mm a chlel editor of Ihe Mijmii Her. Iturr Sunday. inort ami lirllrr work Ihan any I'linlngr i.ovti. Mmci;ri. Kvery enttrprl'Ing rlllirn ought lo llmhl, imblialinl l likhmoml, Ya,nnd lilirr In t'rntral Kftilncky. Dr. J. II. Hawthorne haa hren elnled hare some sngcstlon for ltntifying their Srw Siylm ..f Will I'sixr at Mcli1rts A sunt'- Ja. T. Caiixim lm lit larrat alork (if I'reililent of Ihe Ihnnl of Triuleea at Ihe village, or doing something within lila l.mimrvii'allarilrn Srr.l at MrUnWrta 5 ami lOitnt gooila he liaa rrrr offrrnl. Ilichmoml 1 emale Inillltite In fill Ihe va means fur advancing the general Intercut. a mm'. Call at lila alamt at (.Virunn A Duoits whrn cancy canoed by the death of Dr. Jelcr. Thia spirit ought lobe thoroughly awaken- A Intrjraln In l lis. I In clock, ill Clirnaull you conic la town Mnmlay, ami Rrl mrful The"alvalion army" from uindon rd every iprlng, and little by little Ihe A 1'innjV have taken New York and are extending village will advance In beanlr and enteraillrlra for a mrre rnn(. '.mux stock of Tnllfl flimis l rrsaio.x. A rolornl woman, Klltalwlh Ihrlr queer dolnga Into Ihr rrglon round prise. Agitate something In this direction A WaV about. Their mode of operation la to go Alwaya be Ihe nut ami Itrrl. IVIra. n.lilnTflrnf alllti..ts, Nflnn, wlior hiilnml waa wnnmlnl In tonilnncrahouaeand wreitlewlth him In the mould on Ihe alert egalmdlark of public which follow Ihe i iiirnauit a ivnnj a. llir war ami allrrwanM illnl, rrrrirnl a am! lUnntrr'a Ilu.t. Potash, fr soap in.ik itrafi Ihla wrrk fur $2,310, amount of rn prayer until he either gora craiy or prom-Ia- spirit. V few energetic, wide-awaIn hereafter aerve the Ixvnl. The ofll. pnbllc-piritmen In Ihe village can keep In;, at Ouslby A ItluniiV. Ion ilur hrr umlrr nmlrr Ihr arrr.irajr crraof Ihe army are dra'gnalnl by military the spirit of Improvement alive anil stir l.lMf, CrMr.Kr ANliHii.Tmnstantlj on art. nanti ai wsrsie v rc iiijtgin . llllea, ami Ihr whole nio-fup enterprise In all of Ihr rest Who are jtfrmim la Harr. All of Ihe fruit In IhU wllon, Wap nr ami Jrwslrr rvpaliTl ami war In Ihr ralreme. llieie men In f tie Orchard are o. irar ami chrrrlra, arc aafr up ranlnl lv l.litnault A I'rnnr. ople (ell a good alory The l'p Sandy The lieanx with Ihelr girls were hrhind 1 ttf(lirt iroprct l Ihit we on a alylMi, ban Iwme young man, who time Mali lrlc palil Tor all klmla of lo tliia lliur, ami lh at lheiuecting,and I suppose the drlrc will hare plrnly of fruit lln coming ara- I'fuliicr i.v Harris, .unnciiry. fell desperately In love with MIm Mario waa enjoyed, aa the excuse was "lost the Mil. J W. lUirn iMrv. In mII 1,1. on, it lirlnjr niml loo lale lo Irar a ilaniv Ihe revival at Satreravilte. way." The Society hat! a rcry nice meet Rirnea allnon ll(M. rrtna a;lrn fur lila wiling. glng IiihI now. He followed the llrriral from that place In ing at the country residence of Miss Llllias V of Isimlrrth'a (lanlsn I.Arnil' L'p Wlut In Ihr wnrhl haa - I'alnlavlllr, from lMntirlllf In rreilona- - liiichanan Tuesday night. The exrrrles Snl al (lirnault A IVnnv's. Ml frrli, no Ilinnv tiltl ami. mine of .Mr. J. It. Carrlgan, Ihr architect burg al which place he wrote her a letter nf the evening were declamation by Mlssra l'Alin. Wlill l.ai1, Oils, VarnMirs, wlm waa InfiiniMi Ihr plana for Ihr Town felling forth Ma admiration, and rrrrlrrd JranDirkinsonand Lilllas ISuchnnan, which Win-lo(llax, at lllnm prirra at t'lifli- - Hall liiiMing? Mr haa not lirrnliran of a cool, coiirtrnua little note In reply wrredrllrrretldisllnrlly, and they recelrcil mil i irrjijs. fornrrr a nionlh.aml Ihr llmr la at Inn.l that hr forget her and "prnle l'ie many cheers for their success. An cssay,hy I'rniTMrnv. Tulll Smi. Hair. Nail whrn Ihr wnrk ahouM rommrnrr. Mrs. Saunders, subject "Disappointed," l.nl." Catletlal.org Democrat. anil Tnntli llrmlira, aixl lollrl articles ft The Northern Mrthndiat etnanl Ihrlr contained many pretty thoughts. Music all kliwis al Clirnaull A lVnnt a. Pam'Inii fV'lloni. I'rof. W. W. Milan, T MrlEolvrla A Stag's ran I fnnml of Niulti Orotlna, who romra highly Conference al Danville lo meet neiljnr waa lntrrirrnl during Intervals by thr lli.lvst .Mltr-- I I'alnts l,rar an.l The following are Ihe pianlats. Misses Doorrs, llnchanan, FMi, rrminmrmtrl, la here for Ihr purpnar nf In IlaMinihurg. linn any ollirr I'alnl In Hi. markrt. appointment! for this the Islington Mrs. Carpenter and Kdmlston, The meet(II Al (Mings Air all aiiOVrrra wllli rllnfc a rlaaa In ilanrlnK. The rhanrr la J. (I. Ilruce, '. V.; Islington, J. I.. ing was adjournal with the kind offer of I omrU ami Unl.ls la Hi. annminrrnirnta a Komi onr for Ihoar who want lo prrfrrl llial rmiscn"s llonrjp nf Tar la a n.v.r lhrmrlTra In Ihr graceful arromplMi Sony; Nicholaavllte, I'. (Irtdrr; Ihnvlllr, .Miss AtjBvy!iich!nan to inert at Ihr H. T. Slerenn.n; Mlddlrburg, J. C. C. brick l"riday Inslrad of Tiirsday. Thr falling rrmftlr. tli. incil m,v nirul. iilar nmlirlnnif Hi. air. il lias nn rival a Thnniwn; Some reel, H. (I. l'nllrrd; llrlhrl, literary Renins was much inl-nl Ihr TlIK WoRM-- Of Mr. T. T lluwll'a a nirr fur iliarasr i.f Hip throat aiul lunjrs, J. M. Conk; (Villrgr Hill, J. N. TI,oni,n; Sorielv. anal rarh ils v aMs frrsli lrlumln lln long at MillnlgrTlll waa alnlrn Ihla ColiiinMa, Y. T. Willi'; CumhrrlniJ City, Tmisokai. Miss Alice MrClurehas ll't il virliirlr. nvrr Coughs, CnMs anil wrrl, ami aflrr hrlng rill up waa aohl for J. A, Oragg; Harrcdihurg, II. J. IVrry; thr iniaillonas cummins In Mrs. mm. scrloii.all'n-tlm- i nf llir llirnal ami ohl ropprr, ihr amount rrallinl Wing $1. Illghtaml.JnhnOoitby. lungs. JunrV family. Mlsa Alice Is a young teach-r- r On. trial will mnrtrr. jmi. Mr. Ituavll haa trier-- Ilia lliffl lo two I'rlrr M mils al Mrltlrt'a A Htagg's, ol ririence, and she has who are goal for a term In Ihr i.tMt.MToiK ami Wr "fir ilnnl In Itfir nf llir arrlilrnl Ihr ls-- t wlshrs of her class-mal- e for her r In llir a Ihr worm waa world $2i al Ihr rtv on lal f vrn A numlicrnf firuirrahavr nimmrnccd siiorntia. Miss Ida lirln was thr liapiiy rr- In j. Tin liorsrain Ihe rarrlag. contain-ina- c Inont calculation. planting corn. 1'oema presented by Mr. cipirnl tif llir hrl-l- aiul groom took fright nrar A 2lil arrr farm nrar l'.iri, Kv , ol.l T. Iligglns. Mr. Hart (lr!gby, from' Dan The (Irovr Krxxrnv (.'ai: Wi ar- corner nf ILmkaaml lcr atrrtls, rrrlI-lallnMr. John ami lila lurrlr gunl lirfnre Ihr Hmrl of Apiralaon Tiira Ihla week al $1)0 per acre. rille.honorcil the Springs with a vMt from Mils, .Miss A ii iilr May, on llir slow tar ami anhmillnl. The ilrrMon haa not An Aldnney cow and calf ndd for I'rllay till Monday with his handsome rutl-int;- , Ms anklrainl Intlirling rrmlrrnl yrl, lit Allnrnry (Irnrral $100 tn Islington laat Salnnlay. face. Mr. ilalte, from Ihr South, Is on a a on h.r right rhrrk, all of llanliii ami othera aoiualntnl with Ihe which wrre rrllrrrtl djr Cotissrns Ijglit J. M. Hall auld toToui WixvN a pitr visit to his aislrr and children. Mr. J. W. fif ib; IJnlmrnl, a rur fur Klirtiniatimti, (aria In Ihr ciar, aaf that It la laiuml lo Ik niiitea for $220 ami a cow for $.W. haa been sick a month, Is Ilrotiks,who Ijinr Hark, Hiralns lliiilaea, rlr. l'rlc af&rmnl, ami Ihr l'lcliniorul jailrr liiit hrl- TlirhraulifulblurgraMhilUanddah-jihout his business again In the city. Mr. Orrnls at Mrltolirrta ami rlarj;'. lila ryra aklnnnl. D. II. IMmiston and wife brought sunshine are growing mre beaiillful every day. ' To WruTmN Kmioraxth, IlatlngWrn ler krrp Ira 1 Von, of llourhoii, bnughl of Ilur- - Sunday Into the family of Mr. Jahn ai'Kilnlnl (IrNruAL Kmkiratiox AnrxT A llni Capt. II. ('. I.tnrli, Mr. Mike Sandifcr, Jr has ai tlnrlnnall for llir YANUAMA UXK, inanagrr of Ihr Catrmlrr Clock Company, gea A Alford 5 largr woik mules '" lnnd fur llir Slatra of MihmiI'ri, TrxAS Alu IgK, at $103 per head. 1.1 Ihe school. room, fler a pleasant ami hi mria of aatalanla wilt Irarr for NraitAaXA, Kaxas OnuinAim, 1 ri-- it V. Yarnon aohl lo Mr. Hamilton, at home. Miss Kila Krsns is the I Ai.iiimxu.an.l the Wnrrrnx TrRRiTo-iily,ai- n ,Yitliamatnwii, Kf nrtt Momlay, much fulfr i'rraml In furntuli, IRrc to thr rrgrrt of our cllltena, who hare of Cawy county, 103 acrea of Ma Knob guest of Mrs, Keuhen II. llronauch. on aliralton, Maji, Ijiml Circulars kI fouiul Ihrm Iritght-forwan- l ami rlerrr laml on (Ireen I lifer for $300. Ing Nil, lllinatr, Ac taunt ratra matlr W.T. Itaughinan aohl Ida lack, re lluntonrttlr. gentlemen. During their atay hrrr ther on iiawrnjcrra, liourhflM Knoil or atiick. 1'rnlictlonsof the utter failure of Ibe (nil on, or a.l.lrr", (IK(). A KNKHIT, liareaoM 1,113 rlorka at $.Ki, making a cently purchased In Itoyle county for $303, frull crop aro now In onler. In a Mr. ItiiMcIl, of Alabama, for $IV), llrn'l Kmltrallon Agrnl, N. U Cor. Illi gramt total of $10,004, Ilorlirim. A gootl supply of Sweet ami Vinr Nrrrls Clnrlnnall, Olil.v. The wheat, of which there la a great limn. The olhrnlay, when Ihe Hang increase over the average nf lat year, ia l'ulators al Conway's; also tarty ltose, ing Fork waa on ila tiig high Ihe proplr looking finely In Ihla PKHSOXAIm cheap, and promi-e- a along It wrre remarking among Ihemaelrra IV II. U'Kirtl ku gun U Anclsl)a Why pay three prices for garden and abundant yield. that Ihrynrreraaw It ao full, hut Mr. J, J. 'A. Alt AtlfTBfcli(oMf)runrtnwa. Oeo, Whitney, of thia county, aold seeds In papers when you can get Ihem In M. ItiiORKrIkU urn natrrJa7 U Hawaon.Sr., aaM he hail aren ll over laat wrrk, to Uurgrw and Alford, of Lex- bulk at Peacock's. Ala.rl4Hi VLlaria anJIaMlly hair MMtr.1 U Ihe lop ol a rerlatn tier, oinlIng to a tall ington, 10 head of good mnlrs Trier $1.10 Fni'lT Safe. Peacock haa jmt IVuu., IIL - IW. Lemons, Oranges Pickles in barhead. ML Sterling Sentinel. Dil.T. W. Mltlta hair rrlanwl one on Ihe lanla. Thli rather alaggernl the rrovil till Ihe ohl gentleman eiplilnc-- l frM UmImHI. rels, Uinanas, Prunes am! all other gootl ATTtXTio.H Horse SIim. l'ole-Kv- Ma. J. B. Mian atvj hmllr airlrl liw that ll waaaome allty yeara ago alner he ami Mtula ruret! for $3; alio any liorar things of the season. liltllW nnlnruif. aw ll, ami then the Irre waa a amatl aap-linFisliinj; on Grrcn Hirer is just splendriven in harnraa or galled to Ihe aad.l'e da. . r. kn ( tkoIJi Ikla did, and Prncock has the finest lot of tackle, by K. D. Albright, Stanford, Ky. S03m. llkalrwrinrlla(. XIim Lntla litAlLKY Iih rrturacl tnm a Wos't lUvr to 1'av. .Some lime ago D. II. Tandy, of Owen countr. aohl from Ihe smallest minnow hook to a fine MwNlk'a titlt la Laaeulrr. ihr National llanka here refuanl lo ay Ihe hia crop of tobacco grown on noil land. rod and and reel cheap for cash. Ma Juki IVmikt. Irarhrr al Ml. Xmla, U s workman, laira letinl 011 I hem for county uirpors weighing 13,000 pounds al $!." iier hund J. C. George, a ri7 III llk IjpholJ btrr. Mim Miar (laarar Ihe manufacture of boots Ullla krr Ualkrr, ami County Attorney Miller brought anil red. The tobacco crop of J. D. Cobb has commenced Mr I agalnal them tn Judge Ilrown'a Court, brought him $223 per acre. .iflrj,lkl rrk. and shoes, In the latest styles and liest Ma. Wataaa I'ikld kit Iwta lawn iUnrn r where il waa ilcciileil In faror of Ihe lanka. The ahort horn banquet committee material, in the Smith building. Give Uc rrlaallklkafkIJ few -- Mit.M r. MoiaLaav anj ilmtklrr. MIm An appeal waa taken to Ihe Circuit Court, met in W'inchealer County Court day and him a tiial. which rendered Ihe aamr ilrriion, ami on exhibited $030 anlncriptlon from the We hear of "tripping on the light" Nul,ait (unliarMra. Itolvrt lllila. Mta. W. I. Uaaar U lUlll.j Ika ba.Ur tt Monday thr Court of AppraU, In which ll coui.tlea of Ilourbon, Fayette, Clark and No, that is not it; trippings are not un IV. U. Umfj la llarrxUkura. IVsfaM The banquet la lo I given common Ihe "fanlislic" is plain enough, - AlkKaaiiaatLraa, !' , af Rorlcatllr. Ibe had been taken, made 11 unalily of Ihr mat Montgomery. ler by affirming that drrlaion. but with No. 14 brogans, "light" Is out of in Lexington July 23th. 1 iMt Uwrinca orator, u krr Ikla wrvk. IVatTalliRlVLT, Iai, a wlMiit lVa IUIIVH.tE ASH ClSCIMSAT!. Good Ihe question. A I'arif 1. Our townsman, liJr, Kaoaastiaaarf, la wltk blalrlalltra kerr. I'. A. Trrhunr, haa Inrenled an arrangt lo extra ahlpping cattle are active in The oiieiilng of tlir C. S. It. W. -- Till lllll laulr. Alia Jo.l Wltktn, kaa Chattanooga, followed by the rrturud Im a aUlt la kt r l!rf, Mri. II. R. menl, whereby the aplmlle of an aile ran Louiavilte at $1.40 to $4.73; bet butchers through lo IWaMiau. . bo rrnewnl al pleaaure, without the roat of $1.30 to $4.30; thin to common, $2 lo 73.30; frequent passage of long and heavy trains, k kaa lvn a new has already given a more lively aspect to choice packing and butcher hogs $'-3Mla l.aya iaa, al Marbia, ailr. Thr mrchantra who hare fWllaf lln I'aaaki Itaaa, IrR ttt ltarr0ln It uy that It la a raluable inven- to $4.&, light to fair $4.20 to $1.40. Ucat business along Ihe line. The business of Iralrfjaj. gradea of aheep are aleady at 5 to 3) cenla Ihe road far exceeds what waa anticipated. - Mai. !. It. npaiama kaa IreM a tion, ami la deatlnnl to chein In a great Irxjlky tlallUlMTblkn'sllr i. II H. KilaMr, degree ihr e of all rehicle. Mr. Trr per Hund; common lo medium, 4 to4J. and its large equipment falls short of the 4 Moallrrll. hunr haa forwanlrd a mcalrl to Ihr orhev at In Cincinnati Ihe prirea of cattle range demands of transit traffic. The power -- Mlia Ilia IVllaua Waahinjtoiiand haa taken ale lo pro from $2 for common to $1.73 for licit. ful engines are too light or loo few to more liy a teWiarn aaaaainrinf lk arf kxta lllna tk cure a atcnl. Wr hope he will nirreed Hoga run from $4.13 for light, to $1.33 for the extended trains 011 the more difficult vt krr altlrr, a ka baa alnf a ill!. elected butchen; common lo ahrep, grades. Hence, there is an imperative call Ma.JaHLlT. Claw left un rlnrlar lur and make million! out of ll. IIU la Ika lartf alor of ITill-l- li for additional stock Immediately. Il Is 3 lo 0 renta ier pound groan. lanufl, lo Uta a aalea-ur- n Ihe Tiirv Havr Comc llrv Tktr I oa lon( te hrr mow, al kaiL probable, however, that Ihla call will lie -- Ilia lull of llaoor ikla fk I'll (Ion. a 7 In Ihe hquae of Harden Hrolhera i.i.ttn.x tofATi: aivcdlly met. iu.1 I'r. V. K. lifjf, HutloaTltlr; ('. IV. (Villlrr, J. pilte buay during Ihe latter daya of lul Our merchants and other bualnrsa men Mill, Aiiiffeaiimt J. I caaair, Mm WoWf, 8. J. IVil'll. AaJrto week opening Iwaea, bains bundlra, Ac, -- Mr. William Hubble aohl hla fancy are making cucrgelic preturaliona for a llllM,Jukall. WkMIr, llanryMloananJ W. T. wc properly roneludeil that Ihelr aiew Mtldlc ataltion to Mr. liunkaM, NMtirarl, J. II, larialrr, McKlanrf J. 1 Kogtrman, of vigorous camiialgii during the coming ea Millua, Mra.lirnalIIJ(i, PilMtlua, lnl., b; Spring and Summer gnoda hvl arrirrd. thia place, for a good price. son. Pat Conway haa got In earnrst, and I'kll II. K..lf. hiuurl Itllo. Maiuw, III., laair Knterlng the apactoua lower department Mr. M. M, Vaughn, former editor of wth the plillotophlc Uradly and Ihe young, Jr., lliMiMjitllr, k'jr , i. M. Jraalacs wr found that all the ahelteaaml rounlera Ihe Incailer paper, Ia at Ida father' near handsome and elegant Geo. II. Adams be , II. II TbarutoaJ, MrKlaMf) llrntllllr, The Grat that attracted thia place in a prrcariuiia condition. He hind Ihe counter Is ready for action. W. 1. John ftvll, i H. A . KaoJrrs Wjuuilni were crowded. Trrtllvfy; II. II. Tkowwa(8cfala,Tra., by Mra. our attention wit IhcdrcM good', In va la paralyzed in both legs It. Smith being naturally a maton wanla M. IV. MiOTlaaJ. IUiiIvu Ullllaiua, IM lUjJrn, riety, client and beauty theae have never rim Lnglrman and kprnctr Hubble more light, ant! hence is suiierlntendin-- ; P. II. IHaba,UiilKra, lira. II. Mucin, Caika. Uen All other linra were alio eacelletl. lllk- -. Mlu IVIll WMlbrifarJ, Luulailtlr tiw! their buggy in Hawlina' Ilranch hit the remoral of larlitiuna and the ahelrlni; full and Ihe oualily ihe hrt In l found Salurtlay. They both got a gootl ducking, and Illuminating of Ihe extension until Ida " I.Oi:il, 'jt.tTTKH. In Ihemararlaof the Kaat. but they didn t lce their krg. main room Is 80 by 20 feel, and one of the A WiiRU to Am. Aa ne 1 1 Monday There wrre aome fifteen or twenty lap- - most commodious business rooms in Ihe Si'khav Iriina on am) aflrr lint Sumlay. will he County Court, and Ihr aprctal liirt! at Dix Hirer bridge, near thia place. country. Hia lieutenants are drilled am! Coi'NTwCui'iiTaml lion Hlmw Mon-ila- r, Icrui of ihe Common 1'leaa Court will TiieinUy evening. llrotherSaeeney l reap al their kisIs for general service, and for convene the rauio wvek, there will lie ing a rich harvnt at Ijnmilcr. the war. Green goes for the wool growers; SllliWvirir I'liTATOM InclililinK auuir rrowda of The hard wind of laat Saturday blew Williams for "high pints," (In mercantile here. To all who may IEikmII C.iiihly liratllllan.atOiralrr A chance to vlalt town during ihrwrouils Ihe roof nil of one of Mr. (Irrcn Urlght'a etiquette I mean), Cooper for the girls, we have a word lo aay by way of a.lrjre. Itarna. Trrra wrre uprootnl am! a good and Ihe real mlscellaneoiialy. The advent lUianl In a prlvalr f.inilly for Our friends Ihe Harden Ilrolhrr', have deal of fencing hhiwn tlown in Ihr Wanthi of Mr. George, whose "jd" you have above, laily. Ilnlofrrfrrriirrs at juat oplml one of Ihe large!, uimt rle- Applv yniini Is of great importance lo the community, Ihtaoltirr, Mlaa Sarah lluflumi and Dr. Ham, ami his place ia destined to tie iMpiil.tr. gant and chcapcal alork of gooila ever gwU Up't by Jaa. opened in Ihla pait ol Ihe Stale, and they lliirnildr, of Lancailer, madr ua a Hying Wr don I like to mention Peacock and The tire ami t T. (arMin are Ihr womlvr of Ihr town. Call aak in to aay lo the public that all who vWl Tunttlay evening lat. Jlr. It. C. Tn- - Drye and Alrcrson am! Squire Peyton. call on them ahall be euppllod al prirea cleman am! daughter, Jnetla, of Franklin, They are all ton vain already. ami arc Ihrm. (live Ihem a are exrcletl here on a villi Ihla week. oe tinderaold. While the following Incident exhib Ijmt. A Kohl lrcot-ln- . The finilvr thai cannot George Naylor, a gentleman of color, its unusual candor, neither the wisdom of trial ami you will bo aim to buy, will Ik-- lilirrally rrvanlnl If hr will Irarr became Jraloua of Ida half, am! gave the serpent, nor the liarmlesunesa of the I On Sun ll at Ihla cidKv. ihrenhlng, a few daya ago. tluve Is vlearly apiarcnt. On a Sunday-latelday, April 4, Ihe time of Ihe Knoiville her a genteel Cam. to KV u licit Mcmlay ami ft unr awore out a writ for hlin and he ia now a preacher rcturntiig homeward afIralna will lie very materially Slu of tlinae rilvrly prlntnl rnvipla with 11 ltrancli fugitive from jiiatire. ter Ihe exhausting Libors of a forenoon changed. Morning mail train will leave a Ivaullhil autoKrapli In it. Dick Gentry and Cria hubanka, two service decided to recreate Ihe Inner man Ixiuiavllle at 8:43 A. M., and arrive at Leb difficulty al llright'a by slopping for dinner at a house whero MruiOT. IMnl, Ihla wrk, of Dropay, anon at WM A. M. It will leave ba non achool bora got into a achool-houa- e a few daya ago over a game he had but slight acquaintance. The paral Mr. J. 1". IValv'a, a htghlr at 11:33 A M., atopplni; at all princtpjt of ball. Gentry alruck Kubanka on the son la a festive widower, and it so happeniilorul nun, uauinl Tom Hired, 'age I and arrive at Stanford at 3.41 head with a bat and knocked htm nenieleu ed thai one of the Inmates where he haltaUnil 73 yrara, M. The "acconiino-datlo- n and Klchuiond 4.30 ed waa a young and beautiful widow. Of train" on Ihe C. A O. Ilranch will for aome lime. Mita. Wauiiln anii .Mm. Hume liar Mra. Iletay Sioonamore'a dreu caught course he was not aware of this; nevertheat 3.20 M. and arrive al iimrril llnlr Millinery l'..UMi!imriit to leave tire last Thursday and alio would have less lie exerted himself to do the agre Ihe llnue llouie, ajij wouM he kI"1 lo Urrtniburg at 0.13 r, M. The Northbound been badly burnt, but Mr. Siioouaiuore waa to the Wit of Ids ability. During dintrain will leave Klchuiond at 10 A, M., r Ihrlr Mr nJa iherr. . , i!i.Hr..i - to near by and put I ho fire out. She escaped ner Ihe conversation naturally turned upon in-- t I "" 1.. .1 Dr. J iLOwkx.ru digging .I,, fou,,., unhurt, but he had hi haiuli severely Ihe subject of cooks, when the Itevtrend il 4 Ion fur lilt new liouwi on the old riprap In lighting the fire. nairely aiioke about aa follows "My Train leaving (Ireeiuburg al H SO A. M. will burnt tliu' I'llik Houac lot. It proniUea to Ihi arrive at I.ebanon at 1 1.30 M. The train mother-in-law- , with whom I board, la A. "ri!i Utrhuttl. hanjaouieat Iioiim In town. lv tlir - Mr, J. S, llah. who haa been taking ' without a cook at present She had a going writ will make connection with Ihe Al Toil Amault. Three Cincinnati Southern Itallroad In all poinla an Inventory of his drugs during the al gootl one, and very gootl looking, but re- McClllI aul Tom Hunger, were North and South; coming from I.lvington week, la shipping them to Texas, the ex- - lenity Ilia old lady suspected that I waa wnl lo Jill here Ihla week, from Millnlge-illle- , and Hlchmond will makethe name connec- change Wing made for land In Texas 'iklng the girl In too lively a style ami -to work out llneaof $M rath for The beautiful weather Tor I lie l.ut consequently senineranay in a Hurry.-- ' tion, and train arriving in Iouiivllle at John ("in, n while iiian. O.S'i M, will cormrct for all wlnta North few daya has encouraged all of the farmers This sally having been productive of soma '"l It la though! that Ihe eatly lo plowing and all the town folks to make amusement, the ieaker facetiously dosed IsalUAM u Mra. Ainamla Carpenter, who died recently near lluatonvllle, held a arriral of nialle will be very ullafaclory lo preparations for cultivating Ihelr gardens, tone eye and concluded with . "1 alwaya when they are nark Ibe C6oka-rin-cl- ally iiiriuhcrihlp In the Kentucky Slate Orange the rlllwna In Ihla portion of the Slate, Many complaints about garden aerda good looking!" high, especially pulalocs. Mutual 1 11111 ra me Aiaoclailon, and we are See arhrdiiltt III another column. SMALL CHAT. lugs, bones andiron told that tt hrlra will U-- paid Ihr amount M'dviirsoiiri. HKLWIOVH. are booming, terer blisters ami sure of $.1,500 In a few daya. Some chicken thief visited Mrs Wm, noses are epideruilo among Ihe girls. A PadgeU'a hen root a few nights since and The Ilapllat have a church iiieinUr MrKHtii, Wm. Alford, who formerly certain gent prrscrilied lo his inamorata 2ID.72S. . hens, liud hrre,and who waa known by the name hlplnCleorglaof Crow will that steam waa a sure cure t anyway the carried officreulecn Itev. Win. preach at the noses were very much belter at the Club. - N. S, lteynolds boasts nf thr hiss hen ..r Oflku. Itllt H .,, ,. ,1...... .. ' l'reahylerlan Church neit Sunday--inn- rn Mr. Tevls haa an Imposing looking "I," at- egg of .he srison, It neighed iiound, .Wheeler In Iiuliville, Ihe other day, In a tached to Purgatory llullding. Shank' and contained besides two yelloaa one ir-fccl' T,'a t1: tulhern IU,U, Conven. three story brick will uiidrrgurrpalra anon, r."!1.. !" -formed egg with a hard shell and of which will beautify Ihe burg. arm wai peTrrtxi aim ueaiii enaiieu 111 Paint is :. . In Iilnton, Ky, un throth of needed very badly uun some of the gootl she. Why nature made such a mis-lakvery hoit llmr. Alford made Ida iwaiw "Hi ! and ia atlll at larr. we leave for others lo aay. fttiu Journal. KY. An i:i.Mii)-lorT.)- wn or hrM In morrow. Trnlrr will Mrs. Holt. rVarlrTfirr-vntM- ! hsr biril with a 12 inml Imv on tl.s Tltli. ami Is hspfiv sjaln. nnw IWi - Mr. Ilrnrj Itastln Is ninitanl in Ills hrtl with Inltrmltltn! IVrrr. An Ififint nl Mr. W. H.Sinitlnaii his brn vrv 111 fs nnw thought la some ilsa l, but . llmtT8rln-4"wlrAgrmral iimitle - M. -- The ne-- lime-tablof Ihe ISraneh llallmad, whirl, gora Into tIJrel next Sun lay, will imt Ihe l train here al 1 oclork, ami tire Snnth-honm- l si ' H P.M. The ftmdsy train will surely bean Innovation. A Fatal SitocrmiiAmiAY occurred In linrk- at .1. II. Kerby A O.'a "ortli-lmn,- " ft MAIixiUlL 11 r nrpjn 3 fr ii.oiiyV.irr rrvir.ois iiar. THE OLD MATHENY STAND, STANFORD, KY ClottlS & CaSSimereS, Sullnlilr for MAl.SCJTArJs As KlIPLFiV, swin. on In tfirvailMhemmnnitr, alrnst cfcry anilsdnip .1 ... . . ., t ,i-- . H.. ' ll family Is unable lo attrml to biislnriH. Mits Millie llrvnftbla was aiittilrnly struck ilartn with snuic klml nf ilisa-as-e cm the 2lh Inst , nhlrli sCrms tn rtnoVrhrr life verr nnretlaln. -- On the !Tth Inst. Kit Slnjlrlon llfleil his trmlr rifle fmm its ijulrt resllnir ilace in the rack, ami to llm Niriar inlcli" In srsrrli of a rabbit nlilcli was aiiiposrt1 to shelter 'nealli the branillea. To male sure that his was in onlcr for business, he placeil Ills Inc on the lianiincraml alleinteil In Mow through Ihe barrel. The ball look .fleet in Ihe Jaw omtrarriei! with it ajootl Krtion of one ear. The itoclor thinks he will rrcovcr. At the sal. of Lelaml Kejnoltla' on the 27th init , we Ralheml the folhrwins prices : One stallion, steers, $.1; 1 Jsck.flW; 1 joke Itvear-oh- l 1 snektnit ; ealf, $S-- , jearlini; calves j from II sheep soil in lot fur $.1TwO. Some minor sales not nolnl, but upon an average prnicrty soltl well. Our tnwnsman, M, T. IteynoMs, bought nf n tlrnver one mule fur $(Vi. I,. (I, (Inocli bought of (.". Jones one vole nf oxen for $fi0. 0. Smith, formerly of Unca-ler- , t.r ami".las A SplClltlill StOCk Of ForClfJfl & DOlTIDStiC 10r Hagerty, of I,nuliville. Ihe former storekeeper .ipiI the latter foreman of the lan yard, liecame Involved In a dispute over Ihe brraklng of two lamp chimneys in liagrrty's shop by an employee Smith had lent there In hairrl some refuse tallow Hagerty had gene Into the store lo get aome new chlnineys, and angry words having paaetl between the two men, Hagerty advam-r- d toward a Smith, who stood behind the counter with n double-I- rrclrd shot-gunear hl.n. When Hagrrly came opposite to Smith the latter raised the weapon and fired, I'r mnxtle almost touching I liberty's fscr. The latter recrirrd the entire contents of one barrel, which entered Ihe right corner of his mouth, lore most of Ihe flesh from the right cheek, and came out jnl behind Ihe right ear. The unfortunate man has hren In condition since Ihe shooting, and physicians say his recovery Is almost Impossible, liagrrty's wife, who rrsldra In lnuls-vlll- r, was telegraphed, and arriml hrrr Tnrailay rrcnlng at once proceeding lo Hrnl, ! Wear, aOlR. SrR.ITiTC3-cfcIlx-l- r JEXJ3VI3VIIi:n. rnnalilcrliiB Iho (imll(- - iifllirlr Ronila, t j le nml nnrluiinnlil. irlrrnrr liiHrrllinii lliolnwrwf. They Hill (,'nt nml Mitko Clnllilnr; In Hie I.ntcM MtlrM 11111I in tlic Ilrl Mittiiirr, anil (Jiinriiiilrc SiUUIiiilloii. riiltlncninl IlritnlrltiB Aonlly Itonc. 'rliniililiie; Ihrlr titloinrr lor pnt fitTon, tlicy hoik- - rornron tliiiiiinrcot'llit- - hiiiiio. M'ALISTER & LYTLE, DEALERS IIST HA II II Aim nun: Ii. ln kaa, The much applaiiileil Ingeilian, Ja nsiisrhek, will lie here Halnnliy evening, am! In MarWih. Mr. W. II, .Mason, our wotlhy tlrpuly Circuit (Meik, Isiught of Walker Iintlrani his house an.! lot on iMnvllle street for J 1,1 CO, ami la nnw thoroughly renovating am! pilnting. Mr. John lligginliothani, our excel y for rrankfott to lent SlirritV, Isft male a full anil final settlement nllh the Ainlilnr. Will complete his settlement with the county in May. .Mr. John S. (iill purchase.! Ihe Wh-- rrlll prorty on Slanfunl alreet fur the sum of SGflX). Win. M. Klrby has mov-in Ihe same, ami Mr. Wherritt is now occupying Ihe Arnohl properly. Mr. Joruau Mullins, of this county, who has licet! long confinetl Its his lit-with an immense intlanialory lunioron his lack, tlietl Huntlay night. He was an oil bachelor, belonged to the Christian Church am! left a very good estate. Onins lo a supposed defect or error In the judgment for sale of "Iiurnt District," the intended purchasers, Mr. A. C. Dunn am! Wm. McAlistcr refuted to bid, ami the Master Commissioner waa advised by the plaintiff to defer the sale indefinite- - tltl'XTV. .rrnrrfMrr. npr as 11 bating ronietnlho kiwiwleiljcs of the nieniliers aoj lestbera ol tbeim,lay Nbool t In tbe lottnolCrsb bell si llir rbnrth Orrhsr-I- . that Air. Psmnrt Irrln anil family pro- pse leasing our community for lite West, a family tbst we bsrs sttrsyaeateentei for their hisny virtues sn-- l esneelslty their high tuorsl emnr-le- , sn-nMMt s fflrlent work In our Sun-la8tbnot, JaVreon-- , I 11 rnolreil, Thsl we ileci-ltheir ilepsrtnrc, an-- t feel that we. aia Kiitklaj rlehonl, wilt aiMsIn a aresl Iom. llsserer, ws laiw luoat hanibly to the bao of Pate, he.) Ina welfare, snil thsl our Ions will Inaure Ihefr crure t hem a bonis where I hey will msks ss many friend! ss they bars here. Jlrnltril, Thsl a copy rl these be lo Ihe Ismlty, sin! that the Isvrsina Joes-xs- L le rciiinle-- l to publiali Ihe same. ") JaMKsMrAltttKB, ! Committee. MKriiKtf llusril, la. u Il.ftioia ) N. B. Jouasrnx, 1'itlor. lsr Ssth, lsso. the srrnce of the tragedy, whrrr shr arrived at 2 o'clock next morning. Smith has not liren arrrs'n! as yrl, but rfforla are bring made to secure him. Siermrirf lri11 rfiiif Vimlt. Di:y floods, Boats, Shoes, iotionii, Furnishing Cft il8f Oai:netf li!nki9r Hatfapfc, All-Wo- ol CnMli-iiHM- DRESS GOODS. IV t have an imiiiviiMc slock -- lor yon lo xolrct Cot-lo- Dr.TUTTS, Expectorant ! IN BAlaMtnic.8ootlilnir nd IteaUnir CotnbinlnfC nil tbea qualities, it iaths gffectlTe LUNQ BAU1AH ever moit ottered to nutTejrcr Irom yuiinoKury dlsesiaoa. of New 1 wit, Toloottrily lutlorMS It. -- READ WHAT HE SAYSYo. k, Sp IS, tr7. N TU i T bmnstrttj I j I ml a lio Mr Dariag tfatf w.rd of 114 c sm sf unKd9M, lnUa r of wu r lb Urn tuMW4iCaAiAMltaTnUtKisM:lsnBt. owr. h r urpewt l M wondmul rd viMt I l.iriM thUc 01 iwtntr fwr, ftntj h wtih neb ktM n,Ji'M to sH m mmpilr, Ifttlft. lupft etMitbitiata It fMiAA.tlluIaJuatallnID"fsUVit b1 iitnMy curwl UW da tall is Iwafc I LbNTflllitilurMUtb lua klmrdij MaWHJLMaVHHMMMsHB 20CTS. AND SI BOTTLES. IU propertivs ire Demulcent, Nutrl-tl- T from In Hlafk anil Colorfd AlptietiM, Aiislrnllan Crape. Brocailvd u VopIiiiN, 7Ioiuit Clolli, Vrciich Novell ic, l'opliiix, OiiiKlianiN, Av. AIno a line line ofiM'ss TriiiimiiiKH in Velvet, Nalin, Pekin, Colored anil ICIavk Silk, ltiblions, FriiiRej, Hill Ions, Av. DR. J. F.HAYWOOD, lr Ni ' tl - ll ll . Under Ihe recent act abolishing the Common I'leas Court, we people here were impressed with Ihe idea tha! as far aaClr.r-ran- ! county waa concerned, that it imme diately took effect Uion Its passage, but we find lo the contrary. Will bare our regular May term, ami it will not lie abol lahetl until Prptctnber next. The Garrard County Court appointed I Dr. 1'. (. Young, last Monday, to do the for Ihe practice of the jiil and work-l.ou.- c present year. Dr. T. J. l'ratto was down thia week winding up his business here. Mrs. 1'olta returned last week from Vir ginia. Mr. Jue liCtcher and wife arrived at Judge Owaley'a last evening from lialli- more. They wilt remain here some lime. Judge Owsley was home Sunday from Somerset, but returned Monday to continue his Court. The cltiiens of our, town were somewhat alaruied and placed on their guard last week by a dispatch from Detective Illigh, of Louisville, to the effect that bank robbers were infesting thia section of the country, and sending description, of some ol them. There happened to be rather a queer, and aome think craiy old gentleman here at the time, suiting one of Ihe descriptions. lie waa suddenly aurround-an- d arrested bv our Marshal and Sheriff, and much to the old man', pleasure and ollicers' chagrin they found, upon searching him thoroughly, nothing in Ids two valises but patent The monthly review of the Christian Sunday School, of Ihla place, waa held last Sunday. Though very inclement the chiirrh waa filled, and all witnessed a very lXlcr John pleasant entertainment. Sweeney continu.il his aeries of sermons through the present week with much effect and success, but was called home Saturday, and his place waa ably fillet! by i:id. McCiinn, of Danville, lie returned Monday and will conduct his lueetiic on, as long aa they continue to come and confess the He evinces great knowledge of humanity, of the liiblc, and seems tn fields of iill o traversed all of the di knowledge necessary lo male an interest-Uig- , anil instructive divine. impressive Twenty-thre- e additions lo this dale to the ihurcli. The baptiilng waa attended to al the river, neat Senator llruce's. May Ihe' reformation in this place continue. Mra, llaler and daughter were thrown ' from a bugay by Ihe horse Incoming) frightened, last Tuesday evening, and seyerely bruised. h. llesl, one of the most energetic farm ers in Ihla section, and about the first las plant corn, reports the same coming up finely, Wheat Is very promising. lirooka, PlBSOXAU Mra. Kllzabelli of Ml. Vernon, and Mrs, Capt. Uobards are at Dr. Ilrown'a. Willis Adams, Sr., of Ml. Vernon, Thos. Adams, of Cjuip Dick ltob. Inson and Judge, J. W, Alcorn, of Stanford, were here this week. A pleasant aocial reunion waa held at thu residence of Dr. lUmsay on Friday We failed to learn night of laat week. further particular save the fact that all were highly entertained by iheacoompliah-- ; etl daughters of the host. - A hog belonging so Shuuiale got fastened nf W. under the store-hous- e Adams & Co., and lemalucd there Iwche It waa fat days without food or water. when il went under, but came out lean wtli a hungry, wiertl pea ri me. . Adams t Co. harejust lecelvrd Ihelr spring stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Cloth ing, llool., shoes, Ac, and Invite the pub- They have a lio to call and are Iheiu, large and well selected slock of everything ' ussful, and sell umiyifunaurniiA. years Jack Adams, aged seventy-od- d I. ln DOMESTICS. Wc call especial attention to our stock of Bleached . and Brown Cotton, Sheeting, and Prints. As it is a well established fact that these goods will be higher later in the season, you should lose no time in buying. Bed-Ticking ltai(y n ir lt.r t frr twr trr. tTWOt)Dt brr u iki i t,H y7rtAX(,H M pwl.iT.llI vtttirwlj PUD. WRITES. A NCWSPAPER liul ton. wm atUrkJ lit TUTT ItsMTlawHir-wintaf, wbicb Ufl Inn with WaihaMrlDt inubllt mint; Tttsloot voiuti, Itial laMmd till wilbin I mm ittdsabtM lojuwr f alumbl fr tJ raLti whuh insui mwi HipsToct na an fitvJ taiitill mhT runr t- "vYf nnP iltsi BMiMla-but n JUIlXsU.VtKU.tX. baabaNfiiallsniu(l(rnautrt I TUTT trm outuh. W bm I oumidmcwJ ttv IMr wtlk KipBctortnt lwairdcrdl4ntMbn4ir4 ami taitassra lauNntU ia wilit. 1 bsva lfMl almoa ?Trrjitiiii . had tsmll nisf nt mata. I ukan hUitluMnbotUaa. 1 b Bitbt awaala ha Ml bftaaia ItMeaiUstt) liM dtpparsd, aaJ Ibaraaaiii btivtMla ia rWtv 1 raeoatntvcttl il t alT mjr frtasnda. raapct.ULI KK HlUk. itb r Had torriblo NIGHT SWEATS. -- mphit,tli.,ll.l;t. br--- ba n. 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 the market value will be later in tho season. A new stock of Fringed Wind dow Shades, Shades and Holland in popular colGilt-Ban- IMPORTANT QUESTIONS. It ado , liivo liuii nTthrUinutr tbtfluugft, Willi mum i(oprvMiuu tm )ou"lia u A aharii fltu(coajltuiKuiiljrluil'wiil uuw aiiJ tlteu lu tha rrglon o( tlM heart. AdtTr at .onr ouctj tt ult fci,wiloraul;)fiMi willaouta rw"abte tti'ral jrfikTpu. la aiTjwurn-ia- t t thr) Kxpavtortut, ;l ice hotlruu tu ilh Itwt.f aksi uu lll aajuufallTulu ivio cj 'VuiV I'iH. ticimit Wt- - amf walvB ui i thenioraing, coa.'h couk luuja wurkliDC Irwly eauTin-ath-lu- i ttraiM!twt:i);Mif llavojuu n1mti )uu rtiiulil A T jy youjiD-al- tl n.llallflo tttk ors. aiHl HxTbowf U ToircycutarHurao( utuviii,; iti a Ditural matitierl ilifmi j mjltMiw uwlhi CARPETS & OIL CLOTH. Office, 35 Murray Street. N. Y. TUTT'S PILLS t uiii: i tiurio i.n .i. TUTT'S PILLS cinii: uisl'i i"M. PILLS TUTT'Ssiivi:?ii.s!. t hi: PILLS TUTT'S Au ai.i inn: ( i:vi.u PILLS TUTT'S lltAUAl IIL. t If. HICK TUTT'S PILLS t tin: iiiliov eui.ii. TUTT'S PILLS ijivi: API'Ellll.. TUTT'S PILLS iiii: iiniou. PILLS TUTT'S iii.i:n. ciiii: ii i- These goods are entirely new. This being a new departure, we have made a great effort to place before our customers a large and varied line at lewest prices. I BOOTS & SHOES, For SI on, Women and Children. Only one trial noces-sar- y to convineo yoa of their reallvalae. Every pair warranted. TUTT'S HAIR DYE. a ULuaaC iiikl llilHoa t Uut-s- f ir miwIs) irlum l liiiallic aaa U laatantanaaHial, iilltca.Uaanmaa' war. hU by LHiicgttHa, M aasntby aiprsMtast rsjvtst ui l Orfice. 35 Murray St., New York. buy. Call and see our stock before you Very Kespectfully, i'.iiif l.lrl:. McAIfSTER & LYTLE. SEED SWEET POTATOES A.TSTJD rrrctl - 7IZ'T'tLV. ZTrZATJ SrV fl prn am1 M M' V IRISH P0VAMW jzrsrjzJEirsr (. oi? a.t . w'' iaw-SiMLAKfrit ilea!. IS. 1. Ailama rouitint ilrui.tof ihli )tUrvf The fun ml Ua nut of tlie itetYAnH), took Urv il Itlfbiiu'iil Tltiitmlijr aflrr-- A CALL IMMEDIATELY. 1 ' rT:. locftoTcr fence lie J?"'" uuuii, GEO. D. WEAKEN. 9-She interior Journal. STAKFOHD, KY. Friday Morning, April 2. 18S0. Clinging to the f.ist breaking schoonSomehow tho rccne drew cold nnd desolate nflcr the Spray had licen lost er John Holt and his companions saw TIINhlHO IS lll.lt III! HIT. the shadows, and with a sigh the little Ixial tot!ng In tho foam, John Holt nas in love; anil lie was among he turned away from it and sought yet steadily making way. Then Holt nno ol that clnss who never ilo things rccognired tho woman who was riskher home. by halves.for when ho concluded to let There wai much wonder when it ing nil for Ihcm, and shouted for her the charms of Sarah Tentlcr rnlc his was known that John Holl had sailed to go back. Shu did not hear. happiness, ho mrnnt that they should, They had dono all to save themto aoon, but none gutaed tho cause. woo. come weal, come Lathed to ft Tho old fishermen, who believed In selves that they could. Sarah Pentley was tho beauty of him, shook their heads wi'ely, nnd pnre tpar, tho only hopo after tho tea llough Kecf lJeach and the knew it. had destroyed their lioat, with such muttered: Her father kept the only ihop in the high floats ns they could tcire, the "Cute fellow, tmelttho fih." district, and was the .lusticc of the And the reports that camo back rrcw ol tho schooner weio waiting tho Pence, and general authority for it the summer seemed to confirm end. They rcmcmWcd that death (tuple on all subject. save fishing, during thi, for tho Spray was doing liettcr had always been king there, and hop phytic and theology. ed not for relief. Sarah l'cnlley was like her father, than ever before. Then the Imntcnme, but they knew Other ctafts called at the liarlsor brave, generous and proud; and perand tlaycd a few davt, nnd turh, pre- that only one could gel In itnnd be U was lor this reason that alhaps vious to this, had been John Holt's fore it could return to them ngain the though John Holt was a good watch, custom; but the summer paiel and end would come. the refued Mm. "Quick, a long line," taid Holt ex season was over "I taid, 'ierhap.a,' hut it might Ik) ho camo not. The and tho autumnal equinox at hand citedly. "If the lioat can carry ono perhnpii, the had not weighed the mat .ashore, thev can draw us into the still the Spray was still out. ter, or niialyteil her own feelinps. She and There camo n day that will always cove." wins for bad liketl thf young nkipper A piece of roie ttill clung to n lie I remembered at llough Ueef Uecch long year hud supported his mother one of those days that lake hold of laying pin; this wat toon severed from and titter, and had r tall found timo time and acts, and liecoine marks in its hold ami Mitcned to the spar, anil to ttudy Inlh liooki and nature, w) the years known as "the great lined," when the lioat reached the small spot he was that when he was twenty-fiv- e of tea that was partially protected by September gale." looked upon at an authority, and wai or "the The sun had risen gray ami lurid, the wrecking vcsel, Holt ihoutpil his loved and respected by all the people. the low hanging mitt wishes and hne. He was trusted, too." and one ol tho breaking from " Joy the hear and understands, like a ball of hot steel. Tho air wat rF--.. I nuesi vfT'rii inai (leiongeii 10 inc usn-in- g ami oppressive and the gulls came and as the rope Is Hung to her graps llect of Hough Kerf Iteach sins hot landward screaming discordant- - it firmly. The wind, too, helps her uuder hit charge, nnd many of the Hying now, for it liear her nlong lownrds ly. best fishermen preferred him for a Then the blue sky paled away to n her hoe. commander. Kiit a moment too soon, either, for and the tun faded from Sarah Pentley knew this, nnd knew grayiihncts, tight. Soon the tea grew fretful nnd just ns tho swirl encircled her boat the that he had lieen very successful, nnd schooner broke up, and the spars and full of woe. had money laid by; the knew, too, tin air wat In the east a dark line gathered planks mingled with tho yeasty foam. that he win u good companion, and Waves brake over them, fragments along the water and slowly up the many a pleasant tlroll they had taken tky, growing blacker ns it rose in of the wreck dashed by them, still across the taml when the moonlight they fell they were golt'g on towards Still no w ind, no rain. height. thlmniered across the ripples and fill-i- il blackness, safety, and on the beach strong hands Then, under a the air with a (lornl of glotiout a white line crowing broad, but roll were wniting to seize the line nnd light. along the face of the tea, told bring them ashore. Itut the had never thought of love ing Hands that were so eager that their that the storm had come. In connection with him, and when Xever liefore had the shock bren to owners waded nut into the turf In be John Holt had told her the Sunday or sudden. Sweeping like de- dashed back on the sands. eve before he tailed, that he loved her, great At Inst the boat, still forced on by mons lilted with the power of .wrath, the had lieen urprifd and reful tho huge waves broke upon the reef iu weary but undaunted mistrets.'roto him. nnd ran foaming up the lieach. Hut on a heavy roller and camo rushing They had Ixcu rambling over tho rain. The loam whirl up the cove, to lie grasped and held hills, and had come to a point from there was no filled the air, but the clouds held firm. firmly against tho action of the foe by which the harbor, withjta tleetof fishTlie old men gathered at Pentley 's strong hut nervous hands. ing schooners, coiild'be teen. Most As the tpar reached the shelter ol oflhem were moored cloe to tlie .lock, ihop, while the younger ones were hut one, the finest luokiug of all, watching tho moorings of the crafts the ledge, strong arms encircled the All could tee tne half dead forms lashed thereto, and rode near the entrance, rising and in the harlior. tossed by the wind and raging bore them to the hind. falling with the swell, as if impatient ocean, Joy, joy, none were dead, though for prey. to tprcad her white wings for (light. Then a cry arose. Through the excitement and bruises had made John look well, John, nnd "The Spray totting crests, far out at tea, came the Holt senseless. Hut life came, and ns j on tail tooiij" "Yes, Sarah, I shall go on next white line of a sail. Nearer, near- he opened his eyes, their glance was er and the high ledgo was tlmnged met by one to fond, to loving that he Thursday." "Do you expect a good season, with anxious watchers who bad hur- closed them again, thinking that he ried there; men from the shop and har- was dreaming or dead. John!' Hut they were not dead lips that bor, and women and children from the "Yes.'' cottage, for fear bad teemed to fall w hisiercd : "How long will you le gone?" "John, am I forgiven and loved "I cannot ay, I maslay away nil upon them all and filled them with the fear that the vessel in tho now?" dread perhaps." sti miner, Then bis nrmn clasped' her form, mad fury louder was the one that Ami hit voice tank low. knew-tha- t love and "It will depend upon you whether I held lives dear to them the Spray. nnd Sarah Pentley On the came, tho foam (tying over forgiveness were hers. not." come home before fall or le scemtil full "f lwiiynnt lift, roaring In liut it sefm tlmt llir liaml Siioii the fcliwiiier wnsnbresst of tliojof Owl was with lier. Slowly, Imt surely, the went on, the InlcMtuJ then KahiIi lYiitlcy taw that the Spray, nnd her hcatt told twirl of the tea tending her thi way wa lt her why it was going so soon with no nnd that nnd now other eyes than I parting cheer to givo it a Ood ipeed. thoso on ho ledgo watched her: tut '. ; ...... I Tniirlihta rw. Hon. A. 11. Stephens, of (corgi, in an address delivered iu 181!' at a meeting in Alexandria for the benefit ( of the Orphan Asylum and Free School of that city, related the follow Ing anccMole. "A poor little boy, on n cold night in June, with no homo or roof to shelter his head, no paler nal or maternal guardian or guide to protect and direct him on his way, reached at nightfall tho hnusoof nrlcb planter, who look him In, fed, lodged and sent him on his way with his blessing. Thoso kind attentions cheer-c- d his heart nnd Inspired him with fresh courago to battle with tho obstacles ef life. Years rolled round. Provhlcnco led hint on; ho had reached tho legal profession; his host had died; tho cormorants that prey upon tho tubstanco of man had formed a conspiracy to cet from tho widow her! Sho tent lor tho nearest estates. connel to commit her csuc to him, and that counsel proved to lie the orphan Iwy years More welcomed and entertained by her deceased husband. The stimulus of a warm ami tenacious gratitude was now added to tho ordinary motives connected will the profession. He undertook her cause with a will not easily to bo re sisted; he gained it; the widows estates were secured lo her in perpetuity, and 'Mr. Stephens added, with an emphasis of emotion that tent lis elec tric thrill throughout the house, "fmi drpinti boy lime sMmi brfarf you " Ar-ta- n Mtmui. rnorrMinMU I K 'IMINTIM1 IMI I'.U'nt.lllMlllll!' tinAYflEAl, KltlKlUM. THIS ,UI W IKKKKIt, Mil. CALVIN Will In s. ,1a OLD HOUSE J.T.WARREN&GO. 64 & ATTORNEYS uTANI'Oltn, oair AT LAW, K . lli,lnj tlUlmlier l'lnllnn,l kmI !! sn,l SI a. low rrlres m snv U.I.. iniinnrT.i.irr.. nimi MrMniWT iiik Ks (II ,t I TIMR TAMiK. IN m MtAIMtr A title's sions FINE BULLS FOR SALE. ltrVrliir mW MUnIr!?, mr ItmoniMTrsl. NM mill, matin iruiveiiiiriHM, MA JMrlln OwM) t ttrtfl Pnll r upt riot Miwt. A Iwrsjtln run EFFECT MARCH Oth, 1880. TI.A1N1 Nn.lTlt.r-l.NI. 66 W. SECOND ST. G R MYIIKS, Mill AT LAW, lffrtllmitvn lmllmitlliitelr sTATtnsa l'l. ami Domostlo drttxl and ATTORNEY Alrsn'a tl A. M rr.i.M. canned Frultsi antl Vegetable. I snam LtMlialUnonpa . HTAM'OHI), 1CV. If II. " ItorrvKHiM... Canned, dried and salt Pish, t Sf " HiwlMjCViy IB" rtckles, Sauces, Oils and Condi In Ihs rmirt-fc- u 7l " lUknml Offlr villi ivAft (AmSftifl. " Cnllnonl Inns merit. Boup stnlts. Baking Sntre. M (imbrrlan.l l ll Towd era, ground ft wholoBplcea. ' IVIul liirn.l,l II 4 WAtUCKr,VAH!0!. T. W.VARN0X. OF aTASCrvnli. " , fa.rwl.- -. Toilet and Laundry Boaps. IIIS " If (PmmS ... 8ed, Jellies, Preservaa, Pane? " MtKinntr ...-- ... Mmll vlih IS. 4l r.1iat.l Itt.lM T. W. . W. li VAltSO.V, I 11 A On. rrvpf.lfellf' Pan.nia Jan nnd Grocers' Sundries. nrt((ltKiir, IIPfPlfsTii I Groceries . " Ivniltln......... M. frln-lSSI In KmtiKtr. stklls M i' nmatf nr.1 ! ll.rrnl.lmrcJanfdan I t It Stork tiii)ntmltclrit In llir ll'mt. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, All llwkar Onlnclim th llnton lik ar.1Kr , l S IS oi WtL. (totlnflen, intnlliMro .... ' a si ' 1 Nlkli.,ril.. .. .. this flrw, will In rarsfallt hailll snj rtwiltlr.1 FOR OUR "GROCERS' MANUAL" 3END H'l'AM'eittll, ICY. ; os S97-- ir " ltlnclmil - . - . . 1 fer prnt-U- r T ' (IwwfaUn n , ....... ' t II '' SIS Offies In Osnrt Pansr. ' 4l UI,m.l.. am ' l' LANE & BODLEY CO., AfT. Wallnv. . ULU WiU nCLIAULti . .. s n i MS so (Inflnnall 5 QAM. M. IlUIHiKTT, S, tin. Hurono's Livtn I.vnoonsTonJ DSCINNATI. TRAINS is n Rtm.lint ramify- HmiMy for v Sm. I ATTORN EY AT LAW, STT liseaes of tlie hirer, Stomvli Mall Hall UTiTIIISM I (ArsMHn'n yind Howe!. It la Purely -- Sm1 SIT. YKUNON. IC . M IM 4 an 1 l.rt, llntinnatl I .. M.tt'IlIM'.KY, 11 IM "W . ... .. jDetniUtei-II- I. pmfrMlAn Will igt Mjolnlnst nic!N Tilt M In Ihtp (n lUwkMII inl m is imamafi) rounlW Wfl ft ApfU, Mliilliiiiurymiil I'liilnlilii' " ftntrtrls" II M.M . .. rVtl,rli,.,..l ,a Il 11 41 lxlnctA4tf .... . .. .. II It itt : II ' MiMMT.lbi. Tonlo. " IHih . tt W . It iia, a iiAniux. j(.n. nriAP STIC t w IUrra-lTaiit HWMIMJt,ir.lTMH.tJ,HAlTINlllANO-rr- . " iMnvlllw , Jstttrlhxi i IIAKDIN A Iir.VI.Al. lHlVjirt?. ' hir Mrlilhttf liMrwstf.ilwrlt Ihititlllo JnnrtltMitV M. IHH .... ATTORNEYS AT LAW, smt srlltHistliS ! Haiilrra., ! rVrsitla4t? an lh " MfKltWjr ilHfmm) Illnnlmtt antirrarfnntliM 4 lNta( t mi ' tasr Inf, llrltvllncinsl ttxtft -2 1 .HSJIIII. ttJSFSJ.r-- i DANVlMii:. 1CV. IT I Wit lltirnakO l.Sl: Honi.l.Y ill. " I'nMlftlanst . M Jaim A Waur pii, llnrlnnail, ll. 4 I? VhaiWniei1 a iMiilnrnhlplur (h tnrirtle t Uwlti h(MirtW 1711 Kntiin insFioMri ti a 4l " I hltwrs..!.. txtia. Mr llinlii vill Bifsr rkJnl MrfltlU . l Ik " IUMlWfn1 IM ...... mr in in itiijra iimrii, nr ponrit, r4inntr Xht rmsrvnTrr iiarri. iHrniM lryt mil ttuMleniireuKt IIAII!)1N A CINCINNATI. Ta T K Foreign S. H. :ODET.tT033, ltrlnnM t4l1 lnn. tMtXtt ,, .. .V! jjll PLANTATION vf ali imm v.,..0i- AM KNGINHS,! lull........ i" l t ",l'ArtHllmr.", m mm mw:L r.1 . v . i HTANKOItl), ICY. at or Are yon piing to say V I ynilS alJa STILL TRIUMPHANT rjw aw fluArkan-Mirr .Liif OAf Mjrn lUlrl, Main Mrwl, Inn iloora ahnfa This State was named lk. l rursNllrmis (IU1 (la. aJailnUlrrM nhn re- forn tribe ol Indians known as the i mM tvin- - . ' . I". , v t Arkantnw Nation, and it would have OVER EVERY COMPETITOR ! lieen just as improper to av the Ar 1 kanscset n it would now bo to say the' ' DENTIST, vBSS .;rfv8. .. HS 11 rrr.MANr..NTt.v UnTATBD IS nrn tATWTiMrnor:n utiip ui.iit- Chicaaste. Don't you think it would . lh f ftot fttnal dnralsWanJ thviMit Xarhln InIn I wih aaffcrt lhal lrwntlantMinlt?ai filllll. Kfn;llwarll ft Itrnllalrr. Irtlrtst la -, lie cruel to destroy this immortal S.ftC''.n( .. "jv! f. 2 1. ,1,1 r Tran' riprtiMM In las iwbMa. an4 taif. Why iWihrj n. mltit niiwr tMakmr hafln)'ira.laalallatlllll (Ulrpi ( IvnUltr Machlora couplet . lfTlli UIrtilra lltain Ilia n.kn oJlv.v. ha axipn u m.rll a lllral InfirTrftri. (ltH hrtmllnnallf rrmitrrfrilrtl ! Allen M ft,n, mney-ii.lai. i.isoi la timi-prariu-ronin nwt siamnirwi, capiat ana itom mirr ts aim it iuetfmm f W mM sjj urs-.ji;.ai. I WJKVKW. 131 , v:.i mi fcrv ;mu i.n. l1'M.r TZXXB G322STTJI1T1S Art. I1ialansinsfi, Mrnl o T I jSURGEON KB Y, HUFFMAN', DENTIST, SINOKltMAOlllNl. U.anJ 111 r:B,nAnw:.si al (I) (Vttnsrsrla nltli til IUrlil Hm t tho Nwih. Ulai. Wrl tff tnrrla with U.r. A K. I' ll ll'a. Kmiiwlf Ulirr IUMcp. hhlL W. n iLofkr r llarnMl- ivttwrf ) ivnnnta with all tllirrxlPit lltwi-- r all . . .1 - .a riwiura- rim !..".,. rswiH diiiib in '.t intrMiiii TnlM 1 aaxl 1 lallnrrr tt Ihtncan. atvl train I taknftiral l.Mlwl tk train t lirrakbat alati!. (i I.atI,m.. IllivlHil IIAMI. WIMMiUAHIt, -- IV alal PfMlh. 1 IVV. aouePVfl Ol !'i tVi,vpV,nitll, LVA hitfsrttalrfixlrnt t.ml Twirl Av Ial atvl WfM r wiiwx, tJTAN-m- -- r. Tlie hub who w.IM the Arkin- the ghost of Allen should hear you tay, AUn M The win bo If , M. Scott slvrAllllP',5 ln. .,,n,'iuq, n-- " -- e:tl h E TAKE THE CHESAPEAKE & . I88O" 01 F.CUIE - . nlI iMniinnnn 2alllHIU.7 list Utii uaolj my .j j may at well tell j on now, Sarah, lor my heart has long wished to ho sou its Wirt. I love j ou. Fur jears sine we first gather-u- l shells (in the beech, I have loved you, anil even my lnyih dreamt ncrc full of visions of the time when you would U the ijueen ol my home. For our take I have i studied, and sought to grow worthier of pure love and trust. For your suite I have toiled and tavtd, that the comforts you now enjoy might be yours always. 1 "Upon iue?1 "On you, je. her ami often hiding her from view; and ttill the stray sights given them had told the watchers that their fears were realized it was the Spray. Thero were white lips and prayer, but no tears. Death was a thiog with which the dwellers of Hough Heef Beech were too well acquainted to call for inch emotion until it came. They knew that Holt was making for tho harbor, and could he mako it, ho would bo safe. Hut would ho make It ? Still the Spray camo ou. White faces watched her, but whitest of all was that of Sarah Pentley. "Oh, John, John I love you; I love joul" So rang the echo in her heart; and if he should be Inst, would it not ring so forever? When the ki.ew it was the Sprny that was driving before the ttnrm, and heard that it was a mere chance whether the would come In cr not, then, with the tha Jow of death hang' i"K l,)w over her lover's head, her heart awukeuetl to Hie knowledge that o was nil to tier. "He shall not die oh, (iod is too And o the waited K001!'" ' "e at.d watched. A few jurdi more only a few yards more, and then ull would lie known. "Oh, Ood !" There was despair In the cry, and death teemed to reach out Its hand to take the crew of the lit-tl- o Tii- - l Again be ttoppcil, and the said not a word, her hands were pressed tightly, hereje downcast, and with one little font the marked half circlet in the grass. ' "1' The silence grew oppressive, nil! the ueilhei raited her ryes nor tpoke. Again he went on, but the hope that his voice had cxprrtscd when he be pan talking was all gone now. "I luve said that the matter of my coining home liefore autumn depended onjou, ami I have told jou vth; will you tell me whether I am to cornel or not, Miss Pentley?" Now he vr.it silent, his eye wander- iug restlrtly across the tea, "John, you do not know how much It paint me to say that I do not love you, ImUl cannot say otherwise." He turned1 toward her, the deep passion of hit 'wml making him "fierce, the great disappointment making craft. him wild. At tho entered the channel that ran "Do j on want to, or is tho fishing kipper no match fur the squire's through the reel, n gutt ol wind seized the sails of the Spray and thook daughter?" them, and before John Holt could "John I" The pity and reproach In tho word thlA tho helm to meet the emergency, n lingo roller dashed tho little craft recalled him; high on the reef and rooted over her, "Forgive me,,I was wild." Then it was tlmt tho cry urose a Then he seized her hand iu his, and pressed hot kiet upon it, held it for cry that all but ono mouth nnaucred, moment, and thcuitmde hastily away land that mouth grew firm and set, and whispered rather than ttokr: toward tho harlior. She gazed after him, deep sorrow; "He shall not die." A small Unit ii mere thcll to meet In her eyes, then turning slowly down tho mad shock of the tea lay iu the tho road that led to the beach. "Poor John," the murmured, soft little cove firmed by tho ledgo mid . sheltered by its strength. Into this ly, Tho moon roe, und as the light Sarah IVntley jumped, and before any shone across the waves, she clamlicrcd ono was nwaro pf her intention, or up a ledge that broke the Ucch, to could stop her, the had pushed out into the lulling foam nt the cove's look at tho lighted cn. , mouth. When she reached its cn.t the taw-Her father called her, but tho kept Inuring out from tho harlior, directly tost her position, the white tails ol n ou. "I lovo him, and will dio with him, vessel. She was surprised at this, for no or save htm, the answered, but the vessel wat expected to leare before wind drowned her voice. linger eye the taming week. ' Ou came tho light watched her, eager hands were stretchcraft, tho land wind sending her on so ed out to save her, when a wave camo Tho Bridgeport Arm very cleverly describe an invention, credited to a Hridcport Yankee, to prevent market-me- n from palming oil old eggs for fresh or.es. Tho Inventor proposes to nrrangoa rublicr stamp in the nest of every ben, with a moveable date, This stamp' is arranged with n pad that is palliated with indelible Ink. When tho hen lays an egg, ns is well known, she kicks slightly with her hind leg. An electric disk is arranged so that her foot touches it, and the stamp turns over on the ink pad, and then revolves, stamping the date on the egg, and replaces tho stamp, which is then ready for another. On each evening, after the hens have retired to their downy roost, with the roosters, tho date of the stamp is altered for the next day, and the wcrk goes on. In this way there can be no cheating. You may go to the grocery and atk for Iresh eggs, and the grocery man telle you ho has some eggs of the vintage of March .'ll, 180, for instance. You look at them, and there are the figures, which cannot he. tlimtix af inrrutlan. visit to Kngland, nnd was never heard of in Norwich again, although tradi-- M tion has it that ho was a pirate by and that ho was hung as profession, PURCHASE, AND CHASSI!, such toon after leaving Norwich, ttlWSi However tho truth may havo been, his affianced bride was faithful unto death, and believed in him to tho last, Now as Complete as any Printwhen sho faded away, a very sweet, ing Establishment Outside gentle, sad old lady. r.I Best Vnrlctios, Truo to Nnuio. Which d atvJ tarnUtml U bHs their il It would hang nround you until t. J Arlla nl alU hj ,rrrsufMlLle artl, Im try ! chills would play half hamnmid inrm an "imtrr w hM nnr i.irrr V' SEND rOR CIRCULAR.? Af rm, mrmalnslawlaal anarliar,l. ran II..MIM: HIMil.llMAl II1M.acHinr. TitabK along your lack. r And, again, it SS. T.W. SWORD, M.O , anJ Mats an ihirm crl SrstU Inva at aHil hair lb hmisI tr .y fnllj KturantrtM lis;atHlrtuilixx mt im InfS alanJla 1 tit' CksMiMiit - utnittHiv IIISBlaalar nllLTtlLfal Ifrunnlllnx would not do to destroy a humorous an hofftnt J. II. MY rnx. 11. T n InktH-- kxan4rrllaisW ncmla. VaMs? hl Msvfcliw, nmnirrlVH tMn OtinUfJ, Ky la thvtsral. Illrva art aurb Ihatrfrfr UUr rM production and tay, "My brother Miy IhlaalanlaM Muhlnr. fnlr Im IK Ksas tas a sas in Arkansas that could FAItMKKS, ATTENTION MM. I yi'Ul. 4 II, H out sas anv sas he ever tas sas.' MILL PROPERTY for SALE 1'rtttrh anl at , rri Jwr l V ' No, you should tay, "My brother A Butultrr ol UnfiJn Counl y tiriun batr irisl lanrllt, kt. Lsaw taw a taw in Arkantaw that I'H-- f fAtanr iaaTastrfn .lnrln toan.it Champion Stool Plow osi.-i- i w v iNTcntMTiy vau m r mux ' could out saw any taw he ever saw lffirrijr sTrtfiftiMlticof atTi'i Mill aaxl rtrrwUr mv An plow In w Thi wrrl that U it Ih mill, allualnlonMontt i;iTtr, alt mlka rroM lr-- I saw." Little Hock Gazette. mlt fur lnwrlm (rsniUkftt, Ttnn,, a4 SI tnlltra frtm Kaaliflll I I trlfslaiaCmf.TCMIIrl. an Amr. lUialtton TImws utll ar nsw atvl Brain lata llnuhtiil, kill r CoNvniBtos of Cane Sueur, into tnl a Itmuploti jtfr list, atvl oull ivtl it run ly (all thi jtmt rwiivli Oiw of! IkHtrM altualiittia for a mill In thiswin, Ualln GitArn SroAR is CooKisei. At a one of the UllfrKsratl tSrrsvtlM friusr rwnrmini tMiikit atvl rtllitavla lmr. XiAlhtci r)MaMifM . Al ttttohair Intsrml lathe tfal IotituhI. lanJ, Rsaosl nlcliUira nnl In vm thai TliCUiMpi Sid convention in Grand Hapids, Michi rrilhln( rU t IL Watt. .IrtlrW iht Mtlla or tirharc fcr rtit ill tlw President of the rr litis) larttfaU4sii. rail n lb unImlcn ria(ln gan, recently, t AJlrr, M. I will lrmlt )om to u ll W wo ilajrs " State Board of Health called alien UltslM1 notaull Tint. rrUrn it. I.MIM1, Inlnilllr. Hy. t llMf N. A. li. lM:.Ml.irro.ManfcfvL tlou lo a bail practice among cooks, by which cane sugur is converted into & Son grapo tugnr in cooking, thereby losing r nn riTirr trlidrn rwnif, kr. 2 OVJ Atnram or tJkNDiiijitratiMOisio mora than half of its sweetening now litre Ntrthaa(HllUWkvf HssmA Ijuriy ami will iracfof LftO acrsva nomtim llnriirana ftlaasl. III t?nl III t?sr aj4 wtula alfkl f Hwrncana jAaHlitisf aM Wimr's Site Kifcej ad lint Cure. er. Some women, he said, will put MvrcaoffcO asnt u arca rlsaM tm sswiiv " twt7 Ar isnr smIUtaiWA. tmA lb bU aatJIaahisfli A YttJt.him itrrpanttiMi an ih miv aarai the tug-iin with a mass of acid fruit GROCERIES, BOOTS. SHOES, BmobMTlijr IJnibTT4 ltl It talttablst rsrtjMiMls inlbtsiwt ft Hi lhl'a fnfsA4sp klbtSa. IxHtiBt, lb AlwrM arsuadaar aad f laailntt bstv.l HUksirtst.nH lUsNIJnrjs Urr, mmm an nnd keep cooking nnd to be cooked, a.rlBtfa. va4t4ita rlaar fttssssksi mtv1ajiufarni Viratl far Hud putmomr. coin 11a I'liuiirt'i', ir., ntimMitaiaaf ibtUclcrJrlQpr(l bilsj it U wall a4a aul to ia wl any rv4aclkB keep aiding tugar wbilo it keeps on Of t h Ktaifri4Mil. rronkaovato tins aull ft tailitilm aarKDriBHrtifor IMlrlra),CB.I fcw Uar taa lara M4pro m.fw IHakWtr growing sourer, until at lat they will Mrf. bricK nla iloryIpoathla tiwrillet; o( im rvoaaa a&4 arj'w ibasruransi iirlaM iM thr4b?f rapsKtosiartllstnv villi aft actaarr Linso.vs, lllaiiliuts, nsn two and a half times a much til .Tonus, illara. rail foe llarart'a tlmt 11 14 ate uatsl IJatrrCMrtN latia, atwnkl Im loan u gar ns they ought to to secure tho de WARNER'S SAFE BITTERS. FLANNELS, H r vcr Tor aeil all or a part. ITk M h ma bail Bis rwrtOtf, ami aiioiautara nsrtUuiara adalrrM TOM WALLAtk sired result. The cane sugar has lieen tvvrr fnaaruon lo imt lMJlhful nclloa, ad fnilrsvltsn touair, Kcatatrkr. . STOCKINQYAUN.HOSE&HALFHOSE la Una a banvill in all asrraa huUr Uacl rcoadita t.U npwa tmBMtli Khlti ! ll ruro4 aarrasfaiWw atnl Miner aMiasrsraa, Now, if the changed to grapo tugnr. hicb atsMf oppsmIU l af llL, Iltaata artsl lnsMs. I (lh rilKIIIIIWN lUKP. alnoausry ttriik dvullna; of all rssoma aa4 tptyrsa. ant otoer tWrs-- . A Usui iu atrrta fivarnl. ntnMtwryuniMiUiliaga. sugar had lieen ndded alter (l.o fruit Wsytaktaeaatiif tb Xltawawrh, Up absiLliiacraawklclibavu brn drm4mi t r a ut CaMaa4lll4. IMaalntrsM.tJrateea.1 l4ra4l ivyrara, a rratrr portlun oiillrl itmowmmatr was cooked, much less would have lly.sMC .rriiel ay I AU la atwtlacrtta4 cwalnrtfitrrlrafluit. IUll ttUl4M. It 14 Call, ami Jim will be rniislnrnt lliatj iHn) ualsfal aa an aptftttf ami rgnlar istitV. hlla Ik rrmaiadrr ( Uad u la im rtf r botlm, . IhAUeaoflwoaixsra been required, and tho result would lliejr locli the best iriioiN nml sell al lYKtw. ftr, and of Um tract U aptaatf aaj rhblr Umbtrrtsj wlta n niiiaH sanrinit sjruwinss gar pttruciiui WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE n orihiBftus, havo, lieen far nioro satisfactory. aXlrrM HAM U. k. lA.LOIt, the lowest iirlre. Qmcklr clvn ttaa ami Nleai t ibt aaOeriac, p luntu vw . j. (a aixt Aeurwlclat rurM AlstoaiSarraBofUtvlla lltrlatiaa roaalf. Kf, t BllaHletilnv,ajil rslteviraetaMlrM. FlrwtratAlsibaet-oaas- l rbral laittl ltUiinla Way liack jn tho early part of this Irmllfsxa bruufbtim bf earfrnma tinnk, ever IT1 Unihrr rlan4 ami UltKt Inroi J HALL.U'k, I a) work, ntnUI aJiarka, an4 itber ar acre. AdJrraa kf century, one nf the lovlieit girls of tAnverrul aa It la to aloft ttain aul aucrth IrUUiwka lo .arvea. H nTr Injurea lb ajetna. sjfbirsr lakiHi in ainall Beiaraoitust. the town of Norwich, Ct., became en- THE INIEIIII Jl . an4 I.O. IkrtUtl 61 twu all ra t inc9t, gaged ton dashingyoHngl'nglishman, WARNER'S SAFE PILLS Ara an tmnadiato an4 attlro aitmnlna aVr n apparently of great wealth, who KMia an TtrfUUnr, atvl iNinC stisMH kilisMa Dtar rvr claimed to have been a naval officer, lka. alaltvn, abuwij aa Aaa. ami ttatursl bentr bo He went nway ostensibly for a short bnsa. rla n4 tsfieraia C re t'imi 3., sv with n.n r Trti te I r mi wfcledltit ArtSBto.. :IH Sin jilt .? 'or 111 "i i' j tlio iuMir,S Home - ...k.Grown - I'jo-l- Fruit Trees ! nnr.uii:op tiiksk lurrMn'mr ((H'NTi:i:ri:iT .machim:s i 1 Eiil! 1 Til- l- eHEAT CENTHAL Tl- V'iJVi' iMt,rni.v, I r.wum isn i:iciiM0M,nr.t.iii I.MirOX. JIAI.TIHOKI; rillLAHKLHIU, AKII' IOATA'. rKTKKtnVliU, MIHIVIK tii, vasvilii; KAi.Kian, uRr.KSsr.0B0, x c, sAUAHinr, triunsarox. tlOI.DSIIOItn, CIIMUMTTK. dill tVCr, VIIAKI.HITUX. AfUfHTA. a a.xaiwiiu:viiia, a tia.- 41 TA, H.A tho . A.l All. rOISTS IX run ATiAXTir snrcx 4CV. rASSENaEnsrORTUENOETIIEAST tan all rail, sla vaiar-tuvr- norno.svii.tK s a WAtui.aTux. 1. Haiti-.uor.- t. waiT-rsnf- x p KiMitiu-kjI- -. TruM-avi- new - Ills VIA iroteK:. 419-- B. Mattingly tll-t- LAND FOR SALE al UI(IISIIlMliMllil.lUl)llMllNlrlUlll. .UlratvKl.aan,laltlllli TM, H.aJiy. 1 mUj a n4 I this y f I'll It Nl:V YOttK. r.viM.i: ion tin: Nirrnr.AxT r I K. -- 1 Mmhl IllrhiHMj villi II I1aIm.1 Air l.lna andllw AlUaHtlua.1 IJn, K alt Mwllwrn IMhi V A ll HTKAHins Irair (lacianill J.llf al 4111' St ,ival.4la(al HanllaaluanllK Tralaa lur lm I immh sunvr Maaalltn aij all lb lllkaan.1 TlnAllrkaar Taaaaaf lh All.alla MaN. TSrwcl. Tl. Sri. Sj aaW al all rlnt(l llal. IjwI, Mlli. p.all. Ilm, Nb.lkar.1 an.1 KMlb-ra- l, In I la l nail at 171 Ualnat Mm, (lllhaun llwti al I rjal llwtrlan.Mi I A II. MMrra. K.T IV l4l.an.l4lnf. 111 a. 1 ikr,ili, la uauaa. w.atnst-a- l, I' A T A. lUrbMMnJ. Va. I' Aami n i:i IValnal.M.. Cln.ll. k IIMSV K. IKIIVAUli, I r l itai, U HAWKS Anl ft & LAND, ti f bK&Lkaa 41-1- 1 m iltTtjMi.M-li- LIGHTNING ilia Male of kenlurkT ire jfarami nvh ttiiklia RODS. rat-ru- UutV-sA- f tar tl tirtj aln( erlatalf lo afibeltilara, ' tuch ky t t.lualv usairwl ller-erre- j lis!, f llaltaaianl IVnter. ) tsuarantr ff t JOB - DEPAirrMKNT, W9 N. SID PLATT, X11. 4)1 ON TIME I.i ! fnrl ft tstasrsr ti reajulaflr hI llUn I tMb sifM at kvtw l sWsUsslsssj llli - Sirs-i'l- . H.H.WJMr&Co., ra4srsst, EOCHLaiEK, 5. T. CTaMS Ur Loaisvillo, Kontttcky, rMfSM INVENTOR AND MANUFACTDItER t'i'iti: roii Lovkok Liquoic Ala ftstival at n reformatory institution recently, a gentleman said of the cure of the use of Intoxicating drinks: "I l.tWYI.UVimlM'ii. South Sido Main Stroct. First Door overcame tho appetite by a recifie giv Uolow St. Asaph Ilotol, rsTAUtfii'iis, ctncuMiis. en to me by eld Dr. Hatfield, ono of ruixai.iMMD. iiisTKiis, Miri.i. thoso old physicians who did not have NT.tM'OIIO, . Iir..TII!KV, IIIDIKH, C.IIIIW, TAIla, K..NVi:Ullll. a percentage from a neighboring drugHll.l.MIUIW, I.KTTI.IllHUHS.NIITi:ili:UH, gist. The prescription is timply an baiul Afull n,lf frf KnMalvjj-iCLIITI, SUIU IKNAH, srATI.Mt NTS, orange every morning half an hour "I might (lynamlte not," Is the con WIT.VKWlTUTIHCATnU.IIO.SIN, liefore breakfast. 'Take that, said stnnt thought of the unhappy Czar, Staplo k Fancy (Irocorlos, WI.IMilMI INVirATIUM1. tho doctor, 'and uu will never want necnnlini; to tho I'atterjon Press. AND PROVISIONS. IU.NEI1AI.MITKIN, I have done to liquor or medicine.' HMIKKTH. regularly, and find that li'pior has be -I- .TC.l.TC.rStun font. The tatte of the come repulsive. Wo Cau uot bo Beaten In lrta fur provisions, if., ara as Tba rHall orange is in tho tnliva, and it would UooU Shoes, Hats, Caps, Staple Dry Low Prices and iu ExCj,7c llaronlftl,la.H.WH.t(10o Scene Dinner nta wealthy French meichaut's. Prosperous advocate, alluding to Ids career: "My first client was a consummate scoundrel, but ho I threw bad money and reputation. myself into the case and got him off." After dinner enters a particular and important friend of the host, who presents him to the lawyer. "I do not need," ho says, "to be presented to this gentleman. I gave him, I may say (in a patronizing tone), his first start In life, I was his first client." of the Large Cities, - -- in- mr HAMS N I X , V.aBB. unlil w.aulna IIMa All rulta liaala Ilia la. Ufcr. thalAl lumlaf ibM,titr Maia lra.1,-,I. aw rrialiMhl nra.l. ina mmi. iii.odiuiKiN a rtmiiiiki: or hn timi lla l.af.nrjr auk Sua iaanaaa. ull, ; )ara oM, I . bain). Itljtti, nllU Sua wrlulil, mum! an4 111. I njtr S.i. ara naiural In lilMihrll aaj rvll., lu.klimlt yain...afT In nHanwat mi lhal. lla was.iraj lT Mwiawall JatkMi U.m, I mala r,1 Ly IVI.Uaeaar tran.ilain ly I rant ll:lll(llll l.bl IUJ.,1 I Inf. mi aIJI. iiNIIMl'. ta.aU, la iahl .Jal al lur laiti, is mmjii. 11m, IfMLN lit HatM nlll m Tl N IhiII. Iln alK Ik. Jaika I H, UT IKII. I.AUS tii la.i an imra it lr ".IIMII.I.O YOKi:" S II HIT. Pricos for Work aro as Low as iu Cincinnati or Louisvijlo ! Fine Lines of Men's Underwear, M, D. ELMORE, fkBi HAllt. KENEWEfl warn vnaT't;' S''llAb ijf , COMPROMISE. He la all )rarautj, tnn.Uklth,ainlnl(;lU ansi wrtiMi mm, warranting a gist! sNnlu-tWHe laklaik, allti wblle imaneanl aureaad lilanihaamall rlttlit rrfsrrvure. rail aird aoe lUe lirreti lirlglil Jaik't i ley al rulta. ( iHMrHHlae la ty WugUiuan'a I HMirwiurt aiwl he tiytjrt'atbiwntiitsa IU slant a fw iv, la J', lf lrllr.trrr kiivl Jmiei,llar tlir-l-. il llrejaik, ! ilw 'arklnarMt 111 bo ns well to mix water nnd oil as IUnni..lviul,lar. ILuui, kaui. . lualJe Urd. rum with my taste." II 10 Ufa Vh..l..l,.UT tluur. S . ..... . Meal IHSJIIC 75c XOatdc ecution of Work. Wl I'tllST Two colored benevolent societies ut Hichmoiid, incorporated under the laws it' tho Slate of Virginia, uro known respectively ns "The Sons and and Sitters, Daughters, Brothers Couiius and Aunts of Motes" and The Uuited Order of the Sons and Daughters of tho the F.lders." ('. Kail, Irl.U llull.r ... . '.MJiJ IVs... lljg.u hufir. ..insula WlillaSujr. ... 1 Uu. MIOt Tiiill.OO ..'. elwiaf (lual, ulnar 10c barrrl Vlisar. ....... lu(aiwa.UrllJS Iwn, r Uirrl....tl. .K,,aV.' VM MJwn. Ooods, Notions, Gents' Iteady-niailClothing, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Queens- - and Glimware, Tobacco and Cignrs of all kinds, Powder, Shot, V .,! !) Tluiolliraid . ..b3J0 etal, delllrraj ..IS lit 3m lu-on- COTTO.V A UOOI.KX VAHXN, llaa bten la ronttant akwJfaaviK u hf Ilia ubtl far over twenty yera. u4 la the beat p re in ration vr InifnUd fur 11KSTOH-l.NThs Statt) CJ1UY UAIU TO IT aOlTliriX COLO It AND AnsTer ana ti rig. OLtmltt 11 aupille tho natural of Mais. food aud color to tha Iialr and glauda without atalnlug Ilia leading altlu. It will lnireaaa nnd Plijii- llilckeu the a;ruwtti f lite cluit l.alr, iireirnt Ita tluuthlna; endorta lid full Ing; oflT, and time and l Alb ii u.kE.uie9 i reeom- meni it Hi" llililns'i:riii as a liana nu.l Damltuir. Aa n IIAIIt lllll.lslMlltl.i.ry crest Imlr ilaalrakla, llllnc ! triumru allkru aunnaaa wtilili nil la medisduilr. It bapa Ilia liriul cine. ilrnn, BHI HUil lirnlllij. j S. aaa.maiininaiaaaain y BLACK HAWK. I la a InMHliral l.larka Itaraishl, IMtririM, )taila wht. r1.lie imssA ami high, gal priluritu--r aiid a ! lau2. I will alleaj lathe allihal la neiTwary Ut t In and the Inten-a- allldu f .u (! air . I II-- M.M 111 llltl.r-- j .sT.i.xroitif 'Marble Works. f r Jgftlili G.G. WINE & CO., Proprietors, lil'Al.riM Tin. ami tV(Mx'fniTtrf, Nil Anl waiijr blliar uwful arllr ra too IsJUm a lo nun llun, alloealilib lailtr Uacllat lb ix l.ulllmrlllr. !Uwi,,liMil-ltfff- Distinguished American (traveling Wlu.1,.111. Iu Hutsla): "Here Is a nice fix I'm liar iwijar WMI In; Invited to dine with the Czar, and no luturance on my life." Harper's HM.rUI UrJ Ks- p- . . )MtT-- ('"". tlvlK II tlrsr alJa. I'e .. IcaSK ..MHiU u Foreign & Domcstio ANIlMrT.S OF Marbles , WbeJl,riJ-....ll.'.- liazar. 'Tho darky's hour Is just before dawn," remarked Sambo, when he started out before daybreak to steal a young chicken. lUcva, auvw.U,t. iy (lirllllil. Illaalls a'- lllrown .I tt IVfikM. .. . u;ar.. ...nc . lt' flvt . Lo west Possiblo Margin illUke(,uualry lV.la U Mtiuime kr gsola al waiarl I batoUvu UsWoheuMk( aVlst, mrhluK In all IlKaa Citora, lur II an4 iwnta rwiruuiaail vtrit laUir, lUliifXa hat Ihmu hmm Ibau llta msI ttiiiaJiJrrnJs tl !iVtjkMi.l, . i iuw Iu ittiiso Inrlurt wy I ba aiM. laaut. tUsnut wiaii4 all, giralaiHl atuall. blWI tae rcsrltrj ikelr Money In large auj kiujll (Auauililcts. I sWI tbat iHue Lata sUtU au I CWNGHWS DyE will lliauia Ihn bnnnl lo 11HOIVN or IIUSl'K l illacrellon. II. Inf In una iraNirsillon It la easily iiillaJ, nud uroilucra ft twraisaaiii color ttiat will not wnali olT. aJ WHISKERS I'lltfAULU MONUMLNTS, 10MBST0Nl-a- F.TO Jeawrl ULL. Itti o.n. Ha Waul, ill. ll X I'iuur,! .ll.1t Wbral.nlilla Ikiiirr-. av (bra 41U I.v.. ... v .II.SU v ......At&Me WkllaVisa' l.1l' II VIII laSvf. nail lmiusar Dottor ouil Cheaper than anybody I llral alnwaai, I lu,i kva s Ilolaa Is. aa . w al.Itl.Tl, Ulw au.llrljlr lvaHi( '! ,.,:.i "'iL',"K,r.i,.vl:ri-"J-MT"i's...ItTU t. u. wAi.iuM.fr. IHH U .!' '" I J3 1 L 1-- . fit I I 'A?J?1, iiSi Iba nllauaM b, Marblo Work of all kind noatly oxouutcd. Vino work, low pricos and fulr UcuIIiik. Oidora fron a illstunco prompt ly attondcil to. ShiIs- - tCj l 11 V ! laitlonguarantcrd. Onp. I r,rl R. P. HALL & CO., NASHUA, N.H. miara lM bUtsallOatsiiUliaskJat. Laueutrr 8 J'l, StsufurJ, Kj,