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SThe Snterior 3f0iirn;il 'V J 3 ilaa ivpf . imt yor It MM Utivirili months.. .ItIN -- M The Interior Journal VOLUAIK Tli. fntlftwlng waa IX.-NUAIU- KIU-I. RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 -Qn (Mill JOII OFFIUK is roMi'Mrrr. iairtrtHtMlrwlar sml Mr J.B failiTra Is S IM. imam I n nr.1 I n I n mat.. aa 'tlr.Uliilllh. !!!. STANFORD, KY..F1UDAY, JUNE for last 18. 1880. (nf. iitinrii ninu'Tont. WHOLE NUMBER 402. ThfrJ taW JW 1(9 ips, ,(W L.!JJJL liroliMiimit i W W J 1 ' ! X 3 lit i (1 ipr F ik on; m, l M iwi I iw Mil an v 4 t fa It. S ii ii j! fl HIM ID I. II Sl DIM It IM II H Mm it w wr m lu i It OT II I! - Ian I I Hi TlHT11t:T ' KIUN. 77ir Sfrj'ttMrrfii AsdMiHrr.. riirrl MfnmlUhi!lM Tky Mf thai tlN lMitf Um awl bit Mtf frs yrtrtt Imu trwiM.! ir if Tit MgflHMM ftWH Ihf f4&. Ana ifctt ihy MM ! hMgb r Mbli) wfrl MMvt. It Hai i 'TUalr t ra Haw ilftlttvllkf ;mnI ya, it'rr fctfft, lay lftr rMtir KisvO Th lwa vatr w Mfl ! An!, U lb MHIIMMf f k ilWa, Th M ftltffll 1tff fctTNlsP, Ty gall U wlikln Mf fcfttl lit ivrHi rb wifcp. jfn TlllfMiffi Uf tint I frajwratr far rrtf tf awaMrj yrt, AftUlbrtllllthMMl a, ThlMrytaiMsMly UalllUflrlWhfrar, tntrk Tfcy .Wart Mlrrfsl In Mm-T- hy iHM, Ihy h UitJ at Ira' lift reJ, TUlvfuty ytara jra, Ivraly ynri' A4(brrrfiHtf UtltJLlcU A hii mmi iby itelikbM ' i9lbil1UIllhrharmrJ ffra, Al tint haiiwt rfitrl iUU IId, a ilngl lint, Tlit faunf flvrtlon lrrfJ ' I'Hirrlttm Drmmrrntlr llltttry, A Commrrtial rcortcr in eonvcrta-tlowith a promlnrnt cltitcn of tho other Ujr, wt toM a bit of unwritten lilitorjr which may hoot inlctett to Kentucky Dcmocrttt. It relate to tho Turnout Deinocrallc Con A Ken-tnckj- f, !, n I. Tenlion hclil In Chicago In 1804, which ileclarcd the war fur the pmer ration of the Union a failure and ieaeoat all haianlt, aiM nominate.! for 1'retMent and Vice l'rnl-deu- t McClellan and Pendleton. Af ler the former') nomination the delegation from the Btate of New York aid to Kentucky'! rrjiretcnlatirr, "Now aelect the candidate for tho Vice TrcMency- .Hon. The. Y. anion, a prominent Democrat of the Stale, and then at now practicing law in Htanford, Ky., wan tho unnni-nitichoice. Hut Judgo Varnou, while appreciating the honor, preferred to ace tome Northern man at the associate of McClellan, and thcrcfaro declined tile candidacy. Ho tuggctted to hit frllow ruembert of the delegation that tbero wat a young ton ul Uhio, whote tplendid career in Congreu and devotion to Democratic prineiplet had made him tho young eagle of Weatern Democracy, and who would lo an excellent candidate for the Vlco 1'ritidency George II. uf Ohio. The aufgcatiou wat heartily concurred in, and Mr. 1'cinIletiMi'a name pi'ev'iite.l to the Contention. (Tin cinnati Cummcrcial. )i 'Alul wat convicted upon circum-ttanlievidence of the murder of hit niece. Hho waa heard to exclaim "Don't kill met" and that Inttant a pitlol or fowling piece waa fired oO. Upon theto circumttarcea the gentleman wat convicted and executed. Kcaily twelve mouthi aftcr.the niece, who had eloped, arrived in Kugland, and hearing of the allair, cluciilatcil tho whole trantacliou. It appeared that alio had formed an attachment for a perton of whom her uncle disapWhen walking in the fieldi proved. he waa earnetlly duttiadiug her from the connection, when rhe replied that he had resolved to have him, or it would he her death, and therefore aid, "Don't kill me I" At the moment he uttered thcte wordt a fowling piece, wat ditcharged by a iporlimau field, Tho tamo in a neighboring night tho eloped from her uncle' house, and tho combination of tutpi-clou- t circumstances occasioned hit ignominious death. lricl and llrttlufliitillal KrUrttrr. forty )tar ngo a geiitlemau A day or two ago at a colored bootblack was pastiug a downtown bar he picked up tho room and fruit-ttor- e stump of n cigar from the gutter and went iuto tho store and asked for a match. Howoamet with the reply: "We don't keep mulches to give away," The boy started out, Imt alopped at tho doo, turned back and asked tho proprietor : "Do jou tell W!" He purchased a box, paid hit two cents aud lit hit stump, after wlikh he closed tho box and asked the proprietor to put it on tho shelf, and "next time a geiu'an atka you for a match Just givo 'im one out'n my Hayes removed him from the Col In tor lUclimond Dispatch. Ikix." ship of New York for stealing. It wat diuncr tlmo in a select The following are a few of his tratliuo At that Interesting nlala: "You haw made the custom house a cena new boarder arrived. Ho waa a venerable looking gentleman, with tre of (artisan political management," -11. Hayca lo Collector Arthur, Jan, 31, long, silvery hair hanging low upou It. 187t. hit shoulder. Ilia face beamed with "With a deep seime of my obligttlone benevolence and n sweet rejioto betok- under the Cuu.lllulloo, I regard II aa my ening a puro unit holy life. At ho plain duty to aiuiu you inorder that the joined tho other clients at tho table tho ufliie insy tw honestly aduilnislrml," landlady looked toward him, saying: lit. II. 1 ay. a lo Collector Arthur, Jan. 31, "Would yon pleaso atk a bleating 187. "(IroM abiiitw of Adudniatratlou have sir?" and tho teuerablo stranger continued ami lucrvased during your In. shunted In reply: "You'll havo to I umbt-nry."-Johu rljirriiian lo Collector talk louder, luarm I'm so d u Arthur, Jan, 31, 187V. deaf." "Persona haw been legularly uaM by "" " '" "You are yawning." .aid a wife the csprnaeii ol your oiUcts base In- I her husband. "My dear," ho rephed, LrelwJi .bil.lt.m.lpt. have diminish- "tho husliaud and wife are one, and ed. l!iihe, or gratuities In lb shspe of whsii I'm alone I am bored." bribes bavt been re.tlted by your tutor. Urn Junini Altsm ( I a iT?Tl71TroTIfMiTr' Kean iMinlnre for I'mMe nl, Is a mtlre-bor- n Olilosn, Mid ! now In Ida (oitr ninlli rear He la a tnsn of large frame ami of illgnl- llai t Kl attL.1 ahamatftaiti.linit aiilkata atdhHasv ait. tatasd ! irisiiiniiits i'iaiini lUTotmw.ioffx.ircUMn.n. n,l ... br ll. ileatli nf hla fall.fr, llirawn at an early on hla own rrootirer. At Ibeaica of K foiirlren be waa tpprenlleeil to the carn- I tering ira.lf, but ran off allcr two yrara lieeaiue a A irar'a work ,...., .... . kiiij uiiunk. .iiii(uiiiiii.i, niiivil brolialil lilm ennnvlt ninnev In enter ml t and the elevating influence of which lege, ami by letrhing In I he primary be wsa ensiled to pursue, bla they threw away even more by tupi than willfulness. atiidlee, ami after Ma graduation In Wll liania College, Miaalaalppl, he Ivcarne A woman, by her sex and character, I'rofraaor of Ancient fangnagee In that has a claim to many things besides Inilllullon. Kelt year be waa made shelter, food and clothing. Sho it not I'rlncll but remained only a year, when lees a woman for Iteing wedded, and be married a Mis Itandolph who bail been hla pupil, ami returned to Ohio. the man who is fit to lie trusted with Shortly alter hla return he entered politics, a good wife recollects nil which this am bating iitenltted himself wills lb re- implies, and shows himself perpetual publican parly, waa elected Flale Henalor ly chivalrous, sweet spoken, considerin 1W.I. At the breaking out of the ate and deferential. The fools and war be rained a rrglment ami waa eom- brutes nmon at may think such demlloncd Colonrl. He waa onlerrd with hla rrginient to Ktntnckr In Dreembtr mands hard; but they nrc tint nearly Itfll, ami wat aaalgned to lbs command of as bad as to livo tho cat nnd dog life, Ilia 18lh Ohio Brlftde In the campaign misting the dearest possibilities nf hu gainst dm, Ilomolirry Marshall, which man entcrcouree. chaej with the battle of I'rnlonsburg. I'or What right hat n man to expect hla service! In this campaign lit waa made happiness in a household who brings Urlgadier (leneral ami waa after auceeiaful In dislodging bit hetten foe, General no sunshine into It f What right lint Marsball, from his retreat at Pound (lap, ho to look fur tho graces and rellnc-mcnIn lb CiimberlanJ Mounttlna. He waa of early love when ho violates engagei Inserrral other camalgna,bul was them by rough speech, orderej In 1SC3 to Washington ami detailed and tho disregard ol thoso liltto things aa a member of Die Kill John Porter Court upon which the of n wife afterwards made Chief Marshall. He of (len. Itowncrantt't staft", amt fur distin- it built and maintained ? The cynic guished ability and bravery waa promoted who rails at marriage is generally one l. Ileahorlly and tho tame witli the thoughtless tolherankof tftemards however, resigned, the Itepub-licai- u egotist who files into tho presence of of bis district having elected him la his wife, careless, stubborn nnd sour- Congress, which they bsre regularly done tempered, though ho never went to his treralnce. He has I ven InCongreas eighteen years and now enjoys the double distinc mistress except in his best behavior. The fate is horriblo which a pure from Ohio and tion of being rVnalor-elec- l ltepublican nominee for lb Presidency. and faithful girl may endure by enOenerst (latfleld joined the Christian countering in him whom sho weds not Church In early life and often prejched to mere actual cruelty or injury, but ttu-- 1 congregation of his faith at home. This pid incompetence to understand n wobecoming known hla soldiers dubbed him The Preacher (leneral," by which name man's needs, dull forgetfttlness of tho he was known far and wide. He Is still daily grace of life, and oblivion of a meniWr of tint Church, and the fact that while men hare the it la to he lioivd that the Oool Lord will world, women havo only their homes. forgive the Iniquitous part he took as a Thcso grostnesses of masculine, ingrat member of the Infamoua Electoral itude do not, Indeed, oltcn lead to visTheehararlcr of den. (larfiehl can be ible caloitropho nor grow into absolute uJf.nl by the following conspicuous facta tyranny, but they equally lead that When, In 1872, the Credit Mobllier way. They drag down a wife's soul to bribery ami corruption among members of the point where she mutt despair; CongrrM were first cipooed, lien. Oarfield they change tho sublimo meaning of wat one among Ibare anuaeil. He Imme marriago to vulgarity and weariness ; diately puMI'hcd a letter eiprrwily nml liillvely drnrlng that he had any share they tpoit the chauco of that best and finest of all education which each man In it. Neil, on January 14, 1873, he lfore Hie committee of lb IIoujo obtains, who wins a reasonable good of ltcirewntatlics, ami under oslli de- woman for his companion, and they clared "I never owned, received, or agreed cost more to a million households than to receive any stucL of the Credit Molilter, money of repentance can over pay c ay or of the I'nlon Pacific lUllroaJ, back. JinJfml arAf artHngtv " fitirr tinC M llyluif Tmarlhrr. Hut on January 23d next following the A touching incident occurred in the Hon. Oalea Ames waa eiamtned before the aauie committee, ami proved by record death of two aged tropic, Mr. nnd evidence, partly In (ten. (larfield'a own Mrs. Dickson, at Oskaloosa, Iowa, handwriting, that (len. (larCelJ had had latt week. For convenience in atstock In the Credit Mobllier, ami that he tendance during their illness they were had reucivtvl dividends thereupon. Mr. bedrooms. The Attica also UvliGed That (len. (larfiehl hail placed In separate visited htm suWiucnt to the commence- heads of tho liedt wero placed against ment of the investigation by the House, a thin partitiou, which having an open ami bat endeavored to Induce him to door, permitted the two old people to awcar before the committee that money converse, though nut able to see each thus paid blm as dividends liad been deother. The night before tho husband livered to him aa a loan; and yet at the wife heard him groaning, and very same lime that he had endeavored to died his was unable to arise. Boon she wat procure this fsl- - Irstlmoney from (leu. (larGeld had called upon informed that Jio wru dying, and in Amea to pay hloi an additional sum of order to Im near mm tlic lieilt were money on account of the Credit Muhlllrr, moved so as to bring them parallel claiming that the dividenda ha had already witli tho partition, tho heads opposite received had not been aa large aa they tho door. This done, tho fund wife should have been. A perjurer, and man who attempts lo reached out, grasped her huiluuj by aulwrn perjury, Is not fit lo be President. the hand, and held it during hit last One other iniortaiit feature In the his. moments. Thus death found them lory of (len, (lai field In hit relation lo the at nearly or nuilo fifty-on- o tears bo le (lolyer pating contract. One D (lol. fore tho marriago ceremony had left yrr had made a contract with the Hhrp hand in hand herd Itlng In Washington to put down a them, joined m ipiantitv of patent pavement, flen. (lar- A 1IKAUTIKUI. TllOUdllT. Uod held waa Chairman of the Committee on knows what key in the human soul to Appropriations in the House of Itepreseu-lativrIll order to pay for this patent touch, in order to draw out its sweetest pavement an appropriation wat needed and mott perfect harmonies. They may from Congress. The turn of f.'i,GX waa bo the minor strains of sadness nnd to (len. (larfiehl on behalf of D (lol sorrows; they may be the loftier notes yer, and appropriations to the amount of of joy and gladness. Uod knows millions uf dollars were thereafter granted where the melodies of our natures are, to the Wrshlnrton lllng, the appropria will bring forth. tion for the IV (lolyer lavement being In. and what disciplino Borne with plaintive tongue mutt walk eluded therein. These are some uf I ho facta In the publlo in lowly vales ol weary waj; others record of James A. (larfiehl, now the ltein loftier hymns sing nothing but joy; publican candidate for Preaidrut of tin but they nil uulte without discord nt I'nlled Slates. the nscendiug anthem of loving and Chester A. Ailhur la a New Yorker, and believing hearts fiudt its way iuto a tool of ltoacoe Cunkllng, and la known lo the country only from the fact that thochorus of the redeemed iu Heaven. ,,( .. ,"i ilmilra In wrf ritl UrtntUe of Hi fiitm The Shntr Tltirv A lint' f omjioal-lln- n m u- toi i lmur, "nil joii Imtft In nn One time there wnt n man which ortnl the r (T.irl to mrrKt tlirtr uliiiwu. Hlitrinan la Oillcfinr ATIRHT hnl n tngcr.-nw- t Jan 31, 1H7H ino, ami the man ho tuk the money for tu get in. Tho man ho had n big tiilint'VU Nrtlrlaiirm. Tho truth It tlino too frequent pntior nalhl onto tho taggers den, ntid . m ""IT ninrriaget is the omprlng of the paper It said, tho pnjier did : Tub ignorance quilo nt mucii nt ol nciual Foola, and especially tin or wrong. Item. IlF.voot. TAuorrt, vicious foola, have no right to gel potsome times cald 0fntl honest woman'a life and Tun MoNNtntK ok the Jt'.Nni.r. Pielrr HANDS OP No TrcttiK Tin; TAtior.K I Tho monnerk of tho lungle, it was nlwnjs a layin' down with its noso tu lictneett its poz. nnd tho folks which had paid to get in they wos mad cos it wouldn't wock nnd roar like dissent thunder. Hut the alio' man ho red: "That's nl rito when I git the new cago done, hut this is tho tamo cage nich the oh feller hroko out of in Oregon, timo ho et up them seventeen men nnd their families." Then folks they wild ul slend back and lock in whisper while tho tagger slep. Hut one day a feller which was drunk ho tuk to punchin' the tagger with the masthead of his umbreller, which ttnmpecded the oddiencc, wild ; and the wimiucn fulLcs they studc onto chairs and hollered like it was a mouse; but the drunk chap he keii johbin' tho monnerk of tho junglo crewel. Pretty tune tho monnerk it bcllcred ofile, and wriggled, but the feller he kept pokin' like ho was a fireman to n steam engin'. Itimcby the monnerk itjumptonto its hino feels, aud spit onto its hands, and sed: "I bedam if I cant jest whollip the pea- green stufliu' out o' tho gum daitcd galoot wich has been prnvokin' this ero tagger." ' And the oddience thay was a ston- - All amusing incident occurred jtt tho quaint littlo hamlet of Lixawax-rnTlNk- fi y, rfiTT-Jay- a iu.-.tagor The hern of the hour was n younc man holding a position as bookkeeper at n Hummer reono of the sorts. Tho heroine was a young, beautiful and accomplished damsel of tho neighliorhood. They were returning from the sanctuary, nud the "fatal rpicttiona" were being put and answered. The earth was wrapped in darkness, and nothing was to lie seen but now and then the faint flickering of a star. Tho doting twain wcro nearly home, when something rublied against the "lovers lee. 'Hunkinc it wai a cat, ho tent his foot out gently and lifted the intruder out of the path. His doting companion, less cruel, persuaded her Idol to carry the kitten home. He could not withstand her earnest pleading, to he picked "pus-si- " up and placed it carefully in his arms, and began stroking it over tho soft fur with his hands, I'verythiug was happiness fur a moment, and then thoso few faint twinkling stars disappeared as if by magic, that gushing maid uttered one piercing scream; while he, on whoso arm she had leaned so lovingly, grasped his natal organ with one hand and amid the greatest agony exclaimed : by guml" The "cat" was allowed lo depart, and the loving twain have made a vow to never have a "purty pussy" in their domicile. afraid," aid a youth confidentially to his mother, as ho was preparing to attend his first great party, "that I shan't know how to act." Just try as at all other times, to be honest and true," said his moth er, "and then how you act need give you tittle concern." Honest and true! How many of us feel that wo must lw as honest and truo when mingling in society as at other times. Do we not think more of how to act at that time, than bow wo arc. -- If line .Vof ;. Iter rVrvtfTfr78a!iriiMrnlfttsilnlaat, Prayer Mr!ncaT1iiini.lsf n4(hls. PunJay Wrhmt 'sfs-na sr --J' ri. eseflmeJffM. The Weman a Sllwhwisry Hnelely mrels here en Ikelrt HunUfy in each bionth, al a ft stork Mrs. T T Pstlt., Ileri!tnt 1. M. Umbra BArilST Rsy lourlkllsrca, morslitf sail an, Hnn.liyi, nlcht, Prsyrr sitting etefy Weilfiftar giuiJay Kcbool sl S M a It. I Barrow, Rehrrlatendrnt TKTIIonHT,gOUTIt-nT- .J H. Urns, Tss-- I.RSTLESS, TIRELESS WiiHKMl 'SLEEPLESS i tilt. TIIIWI. - fj. MEN'S, i w Cor. Third & Market aivl AMlMrhhim'iirriNkn A M AMirtmtit sour t ln jiii c t a r ii iSts., ji cvrvv., -- SIFN OlMItHV. Till IIKM . trivi rti LOUISVILLE, KY., mikt limits? 1 MR Small Koott - VronhlriliylnacuntrfltiMon CtinHTIAN- dsy. Prearblns by 1 1.1. Jos Hsllort s dsts. Suthlsy ncbool llrsl snl ThlrJ IS. Jos. manre, Saperlnlsadent SOUTH -- Na Pallor PRRSBYTrUUN. sl SKI. Joan W. Real, Hapsrlnteinlrot. Union rrayer Sletllng W'edDts-(ts- y iilfbta. NORTH -- Rtr. J. H lists, pRIJIBVTFnlAN, J. Ps.tor. pfearbrs on Herofhl snj fourth Ban- aiyi, woromg soil mtnt. on BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. llmls mils Ibis llii- I al The nwl Skillful lullrra snj lbs LarsIt Amtmast ol riff LEADING MERCHANT TAILOR ESTABLISHMENT VUII IIiIh rMitiillnliiiiriil! Ihcrcist wc iir xouisy-iiiiiBj- . mon Nome. Irmo to YotirUootl Com- COMMEIIGIAL I HAVR HOTEL ! JOHN H. CRAIG-- , REFURNISHED AND REFITTED This Itolet In a tbonMith aisnnrr, snd am M- - rr paml lo srfnmmn.lsle all nhonisy wlronlse ine, SHIPLEY, CIIANE &CO. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN IS A 01 VE ME A TRIAL. IT IS ALL I ASK. IOS-- J1IIALM, III OTX. J. T. IIANIIIN. BOOTS Nos. MIIRItAl JJSTJD OS nml m) West Pearl Street, SHOES ST. ASAPH HOTEL, STANFORD KY. THOS. IMCIIAltDS.l'roii'r. OPENED TO siitrii.v. lir niti I . KAftt., WILLIAM Hllll'l.t.1, Cincinnati, Ohio. "W- - CRAIG, "WITH Opp. Burnet House, SMS Ho to Act. "I'm TBS FUBL1C FEB. 22od. 1873 J. & L. SEAS0NG00D & COMPANY IU1J.N. OF 5J,OTIIIA;, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OP WOOLENS, S. W. COR. 3d & VINE STS., AlWlMIKhAXOMKIOD, HIAS'IKK K. PARE, $2.00PERDAY. CEN TRAIXY LOCATED. Hpifolnl AooommoilntlonH fonlod C7oimiiurual ishl All DncnsTLV and in Order. Deacon 11., of Ohio, a very pious man, was noted fur his long prayers, es On Monday pecially in his family. morning the deacon and his wifo were alone, and, as wat his usual custom, after breakfast, a prayer was offered. Thcro beiugan unusual amount of work that day, the deacons prayer was short. He (cited his hat and milk- pail and started fur the barn. His wife licing very deaf did not notice his absence, but supposed him to bo still engaged iu prayer. On his re turn from milking, ho was surprised He stepped to find her still kneeling. up to her mid shouted "Amen," when tho immediately nrote and went about her work at though nothing had hapCleveland Herald. pened. The Padueah A'ow says: The sen out of thirty tence which twenty-eigh- t contestants failed to write correctly last night at the tjielling match was this, as originally written. A student, poring over his studies as the 'rain poured down, formed thif sentence: "I once, sitliug on a kiln, saw a kuight errnht, himself an arrant throw n Ihrowo at a foe, knave, which, striking him, produced a throe of anguish nud poignant paiu like that of the stab of t poniard, which was healed only by the juice of tho thyme. MAftiicncoii, Af-- j Amu Nt AtnlM.f Hill, LI n 14 TravoloMs tllAIILIS HIIN(1()(II. Cincinnati, Ohio. JAS. DUDDERAR. Bsbkc Trtstnssferrod Tr of Cbrc JOS. SEVERANCE. Killed' nv 'Wire. AYm. Tarr & Co. have n large number of cattle slopping nt their distillery, and they have been using wheat straw tor rough ness. Lately tiiey liad a steer to ate, and several others affected as the dead one had beeu. A post mortem exam ination revealed the fact that the stomach of the animal was perforated by several pieces of small wire which ho had taken with the straw, and which evidently produced death. Lex. Gazette. Taltnage's MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - SEVERANCE & DUDDERAR. Propr. This Old and Well Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, AND views on church music Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall bo Second to no Country arc thus plainly "expressed : "When Hotel in the State in its Fare, four woodlarks are allowed to do .ill Appointments, or Attenin the forest, and four tion to Comfort of the singing their duetts. seraphs alt tho singing in heaven, then can our churches rely on four persons in the organ loft witli their throats Bsrsrses nltlbereafereS tessS Irsm Ihetssel irre Ierraerfe. nssnai arroHmoostioos be is ore from tinging in the opera, who to oHMtrrlal Trarslsra. The Bar will alwaie sasalUS with Ibe rbslresl brsBaBofXlaaarsaat torturo our good old hymns in their Msara. Aa asrsllsst Llfsrf Isattarbsd. Wo will 1)0 found during 1880 at the samo old stand, bettor prepared than over to tun. is our patrons with all kinds ot 1 1 peculiar style." Convi:i!3Atiov Uetwken a Mar. A convict was lately discharged from tho Connecticut Stato prison, at tho ago of 19, who had spent his childhood in mi almshouse, his youth in a reformatory school, and his early Jlio au manhood in several prisons. thorities will try to get him off on n and Arthur out of sight: long whaling voyage under a good For President Horatio Seymour, cnplain, in tho hopo that restraint, of New York. discipline, nnd nlwnco from tempta Allen (J. For Vice President Hon will oven now reform him. Thurtnan, of Ohio. A callant old eentleinnii by the name of Page, finding a young lady's presented glovo nta watering-place- , It to her with the following wonit: Ml frum your stove you tste lb letter (1, I JsriUe la Ibw" t wt flos Is ije-fcTo which the lady returned tho following neat answer: "irrruui lb Pass you Isle llwtalrr I", tour Page Is sfs. suj Ibst wim'lUu lor uie." "Take me to the niED Couple. dear t "I am afraid opera I can't, pet" "Why not, loveT "I'd rather not, sweet." "Hut why not darling?" "llccause I can't afford it, precious." "Why can't you afford It, Mr. Smith" "Because it costs too LINCOLN COUNTY, KY. much. ,. I.. Washington JW Nlw Blate. (Dent.): The ticket to beat Oarfield THIS DELIGHTFUL RESORT, WITH ITS MANY AND Dry Goods, Notions, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, CRAB ORCHARD Valises, Carpets, &c. At Lowest Prices. SPRINGS, Thanking those who have stood by us so generously iu the past, wo nromiso to merit, by lair dealing in honest goods, oven a greater share of patronage than over. SEVERANCE & DUDDEUAIt. Increased AND Improvements ATTIWCTIIINS, TIIK OotU. 1SK.HT to llOUSIvS IX TsOlTINVITrE. WIMHI1ILKJI IL It. ai Heaver City, Nebratka, 250 miles wctt of Missouri, a Presbyterian Church coating $2,000 has beeu dedicated. It stands in tho forefront of civilization, being thirty miles further west than any other Protectant church in tho country. On the day of dedication tho 9210 which remained to In raised was promptly subscribed in full with 9100 additional to purchase carpets, lamps, etc. A largo lart of the members ol the church livo In sod houses and 'dug-outs- At When tho aflectlonate father of fivo for Hay aud Jbb, tlUi Tor July aud Augutt, IO to I5, grown daughters calls at tho hardware AcooruluK to IoUou of Kmui, gate store for an extra stout pair of Lougth of BHaTi & Food greatly Itencfits when jirojer-l- y hinges, it means the spring campaign 01 pet rallrutsJ ronMrttoiskrrb,r tm-t-r-t rta trrlv at llMtrla Jir a toWur'ilsl rlJ. given nt tho right iieriodt, hut to hat opened. or LlitHnMll, fruM rllbrr lMiitflll iw Urj ntiuisWt I ftMi u Ihu mv JtMtkit iHaJut-overfeed tho baby it to sicken It, and A Mit Tnmier who recently mar- iU I, NHI.LHr Tt:IH luduce a degree of suffering; Dr. ried a widower named Hyde, with MMi.er. Hull's llaby Byrup Is the best remedy eleven childreu, tajt she hat given fur IheBUcomfoit arising from over- up tanning and gone to dressing ! feeding the baby. Price 25 cents. Hyde. diseaici of babyhood becomes recognized. Price 25 cents. Awnlnns, Trnlt, 1'aullns, rtr SOIourlhM. IIISS.U. Jl Ul., UnrlruMliiai. Ileslrrs In ronrls rsilu.l I. Im.1 l.v iu.ll In... ! IrMMon .M.tntuf ttrirti. M,hl In. tLwtl.l CarrUesM, BuiiaUa, Whkobs. KltlK A KolllfcNiN, Mfia. uj Ivslrrt, vu W. Naiktl, 11 l A vouni: wife remonstrated with rslsloaurr 3 Slli Ural-claTrliltlsihl lmoui Ui. hrotl ImuriUI wll. WllirNhs A HAI K1.TT, Win. of tOII TIIK her hutliand, a dissipated spendthrift, Caaltsta.H.t.lllo. -- .n,rt.MIrs.Solsiia M. UHrailUM IIILUIMIb,IIITKAUSMdrslrrs la strsuliOBl Slut rsllroaa sulln, "Love," said he, Cotton Buck, fur his conduct. rovJsao.lwlur.Aokuiu. Iiloiks, rlr trolluadurk sll wltllbs mtbll Tlta llralu.wi Msou&Mliirtng IVtunr " lamilors, rbairs, susl "I am like tho prodigal son; I shall reFurnlturss. IrvwsnJ bnljlb(. llvstsisJ wosl MiHil,r slyh-- ol slsola furnlluro IN IsosUrffssiM (nrUbtroolrsrls. M.MlaliillrMlltglfra form by and by." "I will lo like tho 8TI.U1. A IIHLIMl,tlru.r sod Uiio slrrrbsals. 101 OriM.rlas. anJIMSalsln. brimiUlol lib prodigal son, too," the replied, "for I 1ST MAY, 1880, HoCoraul.k HsrTMl.ra, It K.HIIIIUw,iiriiral iml, 103 W.blalo, luill. all'ln un--J of will ariso and go lo my father." rrsvn ami Mowors la nil Wajro imn bsdna AND AUilbSkolalo wlillu.rr soj bury (outs, IsilMsU MtUUorr.WbolMaiU. 1'AMinNSth sotlsib. Imivnmi Dr. Hall says that every blade of C0NT1M1K Ol'KS TILL OCT. Sl.Sr. sblrK'Sol lbs rolrbrstrd ' W UII.I.IU A (V.parkrrssnJ stkln(bouMao4Bialaoalr. Irialaulsr Ill Uoll iltmttlumt o cau liver; thing couduetlvo to tho better grass contains a lermon, Klrwl. lUIlliour.. W A till IIAUI'MlN.Horl,!, lit KourtkAsr, otsrdmo Mows, luj Cat rioworo, JlDif lil.nl, ,nj rut kim. fXt'H.II.NT condition of tho baby Is sure to at- understand now why some ieoplo las)AH 1I8I1AL.lili AM 111 kiruiaJt WUstb HANI. L UIL1 ftaff I IMlKoUttHl. slaiM1 b l II HtLbUIS ACtl, Wloutlb Asa. lbksr Bran, ll.lui. Una PIsium auil OrKftua. , i rl4)f vvraluo vulai(. tract attention: aud hetieo it is that shave their lawns duwu so close. They rtvlt IsttltflelfsJ iHiriu! lb L.IST and bbooln WranUh A UwS. Ilsibrrsaj .tbrr r.llsU. I'lauos. Will iu iimiii iuuaiiia t w iriUHM so aor tlritsiis. lUTostltalaour tortus auj fliS Utora urtbsfellis Hi!.! KUMlavrvr iknn Ity rait4it otrrslvrn Dr. Hull's llaby Hyrup is becomiug want the sermon cut short. Keokuk loenr. Atrnoo. loorlb K.V, IU Fourth Alo. Htsllau .oik saj mronabla L.8. WASIIHl Pkntotr.pha, inure, aud mora appreciated, as its Gate City. uki ulclurra mad Daw la liuilalak. wslrrivtwisor rrsjua. . . wonderful influence) in subduing the I.ct us nominato it. Burlap llaEa, Maourrtiirmof tll,ClllIl.ifksn.l('OTU.sli.Ulhi au.1 tflgbli, WIIjT.. OPK1V Rocoption of Visitors OP ILrl! .!;. tr l.r.rj THE UJ....,....,w.., lIuta, ,iJ,b,. pr Wk, 3B3STA.3X.ISIII0ID 1B65. IWARRS' BRYANT & STRATTON BTJSI3MESS COLLEGE, - LOUISVILLEiKY. Largest Institution Of The Kind In The South. No. SO Main St., Near Third, - MITililNKKY ,"" '"' '" "' The time hat passed for the "Klix-Irs,- " ".Siell love," said a young man to 'Cordials," etc. fur tho llaby, his girl, one night last week. 'Y-- u,' she timidly essayed. Tho courtship aud Dr. Hull's llaby Syrup is now the had beeu n protracted one, but they established aud reliable remedy. Price Kentucky is far ahead of nuy State 25 cents. are married now. production of in the Union in the The royal carriage of Uussia is lined Prank hemp, tobacco aud whisky. If any trouble Is attendant upon fort Yeoman. Yos, but you uo the tholiabj's teething, don't hesitate tu with chilled steel to watch the royal latt a great deal inoro than It needed, uso Dr. Hull's llaby H, rup. It Is in heart, probably. o Mrs. KATE DUDDERAR. ITaefstfifa littifrftM CurM, iMk-kMfPMmmMf. ArithfMtic are Gttr SirotaRiet. ' atrd i.''"n xiaaiusis k. if Not. Ib tb If You riaf Turi Lsid tu, Know these .t 0ce aaas Jotter tats Vssal, Ynr js Wanted ia BuiIbms to WAKK'S BKYAST k StUATTUN C0Ltt8K aail .. sQaa fA ALAd AA JlsatBa V& VhiihiI n WHHIt VWlai A PaVVaattn VH UHri S liaaeMi.ll.A Js.sv aWB I aw utw isWflfUiti ikvl tuning n rivsmt Hm BiMiitsf and Suiuiusr Mlllluriv.or all Ika imhM hh.iouisriisi MwHlh. tM) 1 fa r, i tilrHrolHlHtliiHC Hg MttHlst, l. MssMrilnT. tjli SltT Itssursl, stlttH. JftUHNAX. and the first a great deal ltts. Eyauuille Journal. valuable. Price twenty five leuts a When are kisses When ilrup-titiou- ily a bottle tho sweeteit obtained. fllll i.ssviis,T haakUfiMr .aillsviiH. Mbwii(lRjjA WRITE rOR A COFY or TXS COIXS 8c tf tkttr WARK 1URKI, lrtfrlto. ariv jnvraimirvta. .Hr I'sil.June i sprnslli Twttr thousand eight hundred ami gnveling to the machine iltr-nin- e .H Herman emigrants hstr mir lort Kenah. dates) r.slndsT. s inllnuws?, lint it tin dangerous bellied in lh 1 nltetl Stain In ill last tlirre Hilling Hull's band from Use other Id. ' tllng of the Viro Presidency, and an Ihe ItfternatiMttt liawwdary, earn ia ' months. inexcusable affront to the public inThe Nstlonil Democratic Convenllnn surrendered Is Uesttemsil WhMhr, rr f irtM (Hit erilio I ft; ur ISO, telligence. Philadelphia Times. The Indian- composed of 73ft dsteeiles and On rmcniing General Mile. will ht StrtrliT, itlifn Cl.ilnniil 18, 1880. Morning, Friday June Tim revelations nlilth the public nominee will have to jet 102 rote to male were In a starring condition, f! were fed Wile tlirtr Tutrv and cared for. It Is mM more see stmttl records male of tho career of James Ms calling sure. In response to a revolution rVc.Tlnir- - to come In, IT, IN HAl.TtlX, EtUier A. field nro surprising even to Ariisrwiif KaTaali w Salt Lakh, June Ift -- Tlie Terrtto Atfaivf i,wa yait Senate statea isi AtManaoH thoe familiar with current political man Ins forwarded In Ihe cost Ihe a a tm United rlsl IVmoerallc (VmmNtee sJoewW Ike ment that Ihe tale war nacK.tTH' Tiinr.T. vents. The clearness with which Stales Jfl,7M,70yj(W. AtHlrin following resolution i TU II k iKedmr Aslnitts i harsW II tlkl been A 40 charges have licen made has M II OWflET FoeClrruitJmlft,. The Nations! OreenlacVer al Chi of the (Internment to pmiH i a ssillable Alarm ' II ft, Alina,J y II c WAtlREM torCtou'Iln's Attorney,. only equaled by tho manner In which cago nomlnvetl James It. carsr, nl law rr nippretstrg the I raetle oi sxdrgs-mA4m Wm T too AtMvtan Jislm tn ll e Terrltmle aed S'f neScrrs to tbillPT, Jniwra JAR. P. BAILF.Y lotnmMrltlk. these charges have been sustained, Iowa, for President, ami It. J. CtmntWrs, ot Is I' I or Sheriff,. t. enforce ll. lhat lllaaglganlteeril whleti Br.ro,! M Kit BAl'UIIMAX The better men in the ltcpublican Teiaa, for SIM BafTtTWi R. n SB The Newport DaU JmiiW saja that has so Ions llmuMicJ In siirte of th seal Mala, Iwin Strug- party have been deluded. so shower of Miie-fisn.ne of which of Republican cnnrrnllosw and ihe apathy HHITttHIAI. r0KRWOttKt r. ISO SUhOT cling against Grant and Illaino suc writhed at least one-hal- f - jkallr itft sat oiml, fell near of Republican admlnlttrallsma.'' TV ewmISO aatla, Htmrj cessfully, the real victory passes from lhat place a Jar or two CA l.KXt!wro!, June 17, 1880, mltleo seleeted XltenG UtMpMI ts go M ses bim. i vr sn PaM A 1 ami I I;cxtiiBtOTrtrfDlh-cf-de!es2terthenijmLtheJiumnicriheJobl'er The report that Ihe cJiler lii a delegate to Clmsnnall Us peesestt tlie res- bh. IN . ee the bbbyitt have triumphed. office seekers and luiUinc holing is The broken out In Cincinnati will keep some olution ntxt urge Iss InswrtsWn in iktisn V. l m Jaaaa but we presume ocralic National llaHnrm wo are told, will unito from the Convention, th onlcr o( tlie day. Tliero arc from nomination, " OS Haabr About fifteen resin ago a nssm WseJ Maakt-Ms.-lv f r iltmry will go to run the basinets. too tho ltcpublican So much mouth half to, n iloica applicant fur every parly. I as iJ Col. K, 8. SlarllnK, IlepiiMican can Somerset Ky, tot Ihe pnrpuw of hfiriwg a S wi It didate for Sherifl of Christian county, Ky, fsrm. No one knew 1,1m, IhiI be was m tvoMHata. Jaajt Jit worse, then, for tho party. him, Jmmw honor that the Convention can be' aim a strength now is with die worst cle-- was shot br Je KttclMV while h wat posed to hare mo nor tow, showing tint the greed for office llr a few dart as it on a SI A ItoMIW, SI mvnts. The men who have been nuking a speech SalurJsr, and lias since he dbapimml and wan forsjestts it to great tlmt even the 11 si negro msn named Sam Wosjjs t (bo lime S IW The hotel Asstsfirf nl Ino VI arrow smuggling; those who have been evad died. one do not co abeireniz. SIS IS) Penilor Zebulon B. Vance, ol 'North told two rcpeetahle diiSMta of Iss eetwly Osw.Jl " here are and hill accommodation PSttk, ing the whliLy tax; those who seek snt others MMtsilnt IM he saw Robert Nunler much loo lilniteil for inch a crowd at again to establish tho District ring in Carolina, and Mrs. Florence Steele Mar that IS Ml uVonsnsb, tr o W SI s no tin, of Lonlsrllle, wens married at th old murder the man, snd throw hi htiriy In a Iwsnwso, Jas. is present, and the jam ii terrific power at Washington will now work Steele Ilsker, !!) .. IS rs lmmestesJ, a short distince from deep sink hole, and eantlonesl iketn mvl la riawthman A nrlla. I isi 1 looms, designed fur tiro, arc made to earnestly and hopefully for the sue- - Lonltrllte, on Wednesday, tM tell ll fur Nunley ard hi essnnxle wnuld Caiiii.er.llra.n. A OS Osw. PSHMot I iMsntlLM hold ten or twelve perioni, and he ecu of tin ticket. Garfield a election 9 so A new and dangerotia counterfeit one- - kill hlni. but no credence was gtren by the (lun-lkrr.-J . . I' Ctwr, U J About ten who hod failed to engage lodgingi in would signify a fruitful triumph for hnndred-dolh- r note, on Ihe National F.i gtntleien to Ihe retsrn's ule tea ik. J M tr llhrtiisnli 3 SO Can-In- , WI himself fortunate If advance think fraud, for bribery, for corruption of chanire flank, of Baltimore, hat maJe lit dsynsgo, afsrmrr Using slxml thrr mile laMwott It. II Jr too I VI appearance. The not Is of the series of from Somerset, on lite Ml Vrrnun road, Chlkar, lie. U he can he ouejf even those numbert. all kinds. He would not daro to re too was baring a well dug on kst 'are In 1875, printed on fiber par. r flarler. HI At thia writing, 11A.,M?. It la hard move men from office who were pros sink-holII . IM and found in It three human (trnlM,J While tho Spanish war ship Cuba 39 OS Srsftk iftr on-- l ft) to say what the Convention will do. tituting it to political purposes, for Kspanola wat entering the harbor of Ran skeletc.rs. Thl Is the Wenlh-a- l simt de- - Chan-Ik- . I no ChanJlM, K A so clement at Tin There it nn autl-Tildt- n Arthur Is on the ticket ; he could not tlago de Cubs, Falurdar, the boiler rx serilwti by the negro Sam Words, fifteen fhSH-HI- tfsorffo 4 Ml (Sirs, UrsL X M work, which teem ilisrnnej to have oppose the District ring, I ecause he ploded, killing SO persons and wounding yean ago to Ihe Iwn rlllten of Piilssli Coabr, James s: Cro, VI eounlr, aaihe plsre where the murder bad Ctilrr..M thtir tar or raito a row. and I fear is its paid counsel; he could not veto ll.TjOf nhnm 81 were troops being Iran too Rnherl NhbIct was ac been committed ported. son that the liuuness will not firogrest rash. John I extravagant appropriations, because IH J isrss.rs Jleary n!n In Ihe Northwest the cordingly arrested last Thursday and rkrrter 1 U. 5s The District Com-mittevery far rnrall. when in the House he consented to to first of the week, Old great damage to lodged In the Somerset Jail The rillsens Qsiurll, TH . .. are not called to meet till 11 Tho. of (he most extrava property of all kinds. Cities were Inan of Somerset are grratlr ejelled over Ihe Chsr-pft- Mnsrt Tub Cincinnati Commtrcial is now appropriation IM Cartoa. SW o'clock, and at the Convention will be CaMolt, K. IS gorging itielf with crow. Whilo the gant kind; he would be compelled to dated, crop destroyed, and millions of logs mailer. SOU Ue called to order at 12, there will be but WAnitiNorox. Jure 10. Th Senate hmaH A vts agree tn other schemes of increasing stsrted olT to sweep lh rivers clean of Credit Mobllier matter was under in rkwanli, t so confirmed Col Drum as Adjutant deneral 'Vabr, 1'r L. It back-paer-little timo to arrange the prclimina vestigation H of members, because bridges ami dims. it demanded Garfield's the ro The steamers, Slonington and Narra Otto Metr, of Colored , John I) rh.wman, lrnr, A KKalhs which will ot necessity bo thrown rw nei, Iasaetl resignation and atlviseil him to go when he was a member ho votexl for gansetf, collided In long Island 130 Ii so I II (St Sound, of Kentucky, Alfred B Mraehan.nf Wash Ilatisess. deon the Convention, nmt therefore au l.,ls,Jooo and hang his head in shame forever the salary grab and advocated ia Saturday night, causing the burning of the ington, D. C, George V Manrpennr, of IMnotV.T W too lay the proceeding!. There are three Rns-el- l, , of llslwnir, H N It St His opposition to the reduction of the creasing the President's salary from Xarragtnselt and causing the loss of roanr Colnmbus, Ohio, and JaJm 101 aspirant! to the Temporary Chair tariff on the chemicals used in the $25,0(K) to $50,000. Yes, the norm lives, at first estimated at 200, but since re Iowa, Cvmmissionen to ratify Ihe agrse- - IHtMerae, UH if van... w SO) iMsnawar, Wns. aw V I1 r H. (U tn Ittjas. . CSeo. It. Snyder, of Clark, list manthip mrnt with IheUle Indians: J a sob W.I telftV ItablsT. I to manufacture of paper was also the nation of Garfield will unite the Re duced to about 100. as os Clarence McKlroy, ot Warren, and T. tubs Cvtamlvloner of isaUow.J.J They have organised a jocker clnb at rich, of Prom ail quarters raswsv notion cause of a galling attack on him by publican party. sl so Li gJer,JaMO. .. will hold a fall meeting, the bolted States at New Orleans, raducah, J. Bush, of Fayette, with chance ia that paper, but now the Independent where tho thugs and carpet-bagger- ! U is commencing Tncsdijr, October 5, and con- Gct. A Woolley, s.f Missouri, Register f IMiuUbj. Job a :s . favor of Snyder. Kx Governor Stegood and public plundcrert are hiding will tinuing Use days. They will ofler some the Land office at Springfield, Mo , J no II can see nothing but nMrn,M Is ll :a .. ... Permanent in am venson will likely I llailtlo, 1 come earnest words of indorsement, The Commtrtlie man Garfield. twelre porsea and stake, which will be Allen, Iteeelrer of Public Moneys at Fer Fartl. II W IM Ta Chairman. Already the remnants of the whisky adrertlsed in a short lime gus Falls, Minn , and Amn Newton Kim(iouJr.'j - i ll.ao n4 sKftS) eial I independent, alast do more. SI so Hon. Henry. Watterson, of the IS CO ring are gathering themselves togeth Titiltfille, hat been destroyed br ball, of Jackson, Miss., Isaac I' Mahon, of lltriMt, W U llt.K.Kaaais tm I'.lu Tin: ltcpublican papers are telling er, ami, ceasing for the time to curse fire. Lightning struck a great oil tank last Wisconsin, and ltobt 8 (ssrdner. of West Ulhoe. lilmt? , Couitlr-JvitiWb circulating freely .. Urtoo, A number UrHSHW.T I met him a that Garfield piloted a stearalxmt up Bristow, they prepare for a vigorous Saturday, selling It on Grr, and a general Virginia, Indian Inspectors among the delegates. W ta 1 .... llreikai. Its) of nominations failed to rerelre action and Uriahs, Jka lew minute ago and asked bim if the BigSandy Itiver, in this Slate, during campaign. IHfHSs, ltlrtarJ The beneficiaries of the ennflsgration ensued The rast tanks of oil too 1 so which look supplies to infamous moiety system come slowly were all burned, and millions of dollars expired at Ihe dote of the rewlon, among UIUa, vtm report, which is being imlistriously the late war, Is lntn.Jttk them that of John 11. lltrtranfl, as Col Cllrnan, O V worth of property destroyed. circulated that. Mr. Tilden bad decid- his army at Piketon. The Democrats from their hiding places and clamor .. COS ine jiepuDiicsns ol indisna were lector of Cnstonis for Philadelphia. The IMrrSM, JoW leofjl m I ed to withdraw from the candidacy will give him another chance this fall for Garfield and Arthur. Boss Shep having a lively time yesterday over Ihe Senate confirmed the nomination of CVil. OmAaos, Smb,w I' IS .. . . Myer, Chief Signal Officer, to b BngSMlier Omas. 1.inoy for the Presidential nomination, bad to try his hand at piloting on a differ herd will no doubt consent to carry out nomination for Governor. Two delegate OT,HH, tw 7M "' any foundation in fact. "No, lir ent kind of a craft. The stream will his plans of improving Washington got Into a 6ght, but were searated before General, and rejected Ihe nomination of too lltsOA ! also be in Kentucky, nnd is known any damage was done. Whisky waa king Chas. rlhani, of Alabaaia, la be Atapelsle llantaa.Matk r said he, "it's ul d u bosli, set afloat Mullet, the regardless of expense. K. II as usual. It is hard to sar who will nl Justice of the Supreme Court of New rMlSata. W 4 ItlBias.T. lor ellect. Mr. Tilden it in the bands far and wide as Salt Itiver. long lost Mullet, will again bo install the nomination, HtsClnt,V M ta . Mexico. The President will probably llollstia. AWi I of the Democracy, and will leave it Tim Good Tcmplar't Advocate has a edas Architect Plenipotentiary, and Louis R. Kein, one of the principal itirtranft Collector of f'ne- - lllf!w, Wnt at . . Hu6ua,Wtti ten to fix his relation with the party.'' stinging article on Gov. Blackburn's Imbecile Extraordinary MacDonald proprietors of the Louisville Hotel and toras at Philadelphia a . Had, fc. (i . HID, T. J "Do you think," I inquired, "that infamous course in the wholesale re- and Babcock and hundreds of others Councilman of Louisville, acciJcntly shot J . As a Urer Iletulator pr Mantall't KrmMllM Hood AfeHpMl I, a . the Convention will instruct for Til mission of fines ngaiust gamblers and who havo been pining over the decay himself through Ihe left lung while playing is equal fo, if not surerlf-r- , to say MeJIeifi vn IM1I. Johot' I . Iu pistol. The shot came th aaarket. Ws take no prlJ lo rutlc Uw llllt. Thoa. den?" "I do not, mid even were it whiskey dealers, ami prophesies that of Republican institutions will no with a llobsav, lfl r . Jon within an inch of penetrating the heart. ether lucUieiaes sml shall eoly ask a trial T nr- - llseilla.Cluu so disjiosed, i would oppose, it. Mr. before the end of his term his name will doubt lend all the aid in their power HtwbnLvr.U la a21ke teeentlae yu oflls euiliHI sirtves. It lltlwr, AHrj.1.. His wound Is not considered serious. I U Is eonip9un.lt aJ la a rrsli Tiden himself does inot . dire it." lie a stench in the nostrils of all lovers to the election of Garfield. Garfield Falsetto, Ihe great Kentucky horse. Unitrrtelatle sbm! wt its not heslut l fa v nftM.7i.a. lirto.r'aM'llftiSaaklll, SSI 11 Id Doctor," mj is. a strong feeling among the of the temperance cause. That's light, is to day the representative of the sold by Col. There flarland J. W. Hunt Reynolds, of thlak It sod. tlo to th noJrttet asratt isi Jam , IttU. II (II an.1 . I JMt. 8 . Ho deserves it all. trickster and the pretender, his schol Frankfort, to Lonllard, of New delegates in favor of the old Sage, and shove it into him. .. ork, for et a Utile (ao4 It teed br-t- et Urea e Mr), lake J(.-,- il. 1 w Jones, Unwt T, t $1 8,000,and sent by the litter t oEneUnd.baa tceorulog laillreelUDs on IdsU vrsfprr snJ favoring him will no u delegation Jonrs. C it . It Tin: Republican party is on its arship is a sham, his morality is a broken down, it Is reported by the cable, think sow will unite with us In ssytBC tbas Jones, L llaosll doubt be tent to Cincinnati. Is a good liter anlitloc Trial tattles klvf. JaaseC . He road to hell, at least Mr. W. O Brad-le- y cloak, his courage is a pretense. and will not run again. British air, water rre. Hrfibl sis II. Bold by Chenaull A IVooy The contest for District delegate ::krtTf. j. p . said very classically that it would is aptly termed the Pecksnifi of Amer- am' grass do no seem adapted to Ken- klofro. tt to. in the 8th, ho narrowed down to" a He has to confront ucky horses. T to kinder W. J .. IMV AtlVl IITIMXIITN. go there it Grant was not nominated. ican politics. SS kallr, Tom personal matter between Logan and Cincinnati, June 10. Tlie six days' KeiHwdr, W I (IlianJ If sa We believe you are right William. charges not Ot his political enemies kUnVn.A J t Walton, and it ia impossible now to but of his political allies. The docu walking match, heel and toe, serenty-tw- o m. iiitiici'. 1 tsnn. rraiz i. With such candidates as your party . a John nn Walton's hours, under Ihe management of O'Leary, M say who will lie chosen. IS HI It CsnliJals (r has presented it deserves to go there. ments upon which the indictment is clewed lothfl Ai ol Ton N IjarWr- - N. O. (1) . at the Highland house 7 -. HAiailAUoCUalurO. while Capt. tlortloal liras. friends are claiming it, coming of the ba'ed is signed by the leaders of his Sixteen men started and only six remained S and as sure as the lsan,Wnt IHan,Mia.J I can say at Logan's teem couRdent. t own parly, and among them is found at the finish aa follows - Clieny bleak November it will. n S. CAIIPlIMJ'.It L)u,j.r, Tho. IL. 350, any rale that Dr. George Perkini, of lr I' It .4. tho name of the man who presides 352, Krohne 350, O'Brien 32.4, Is a CaiHllJale Sr UACilllAI. at lh Mai- - Iavw.1 Gaiififlu has decided to withhold over the convention which was trick- Tracy 322, Thompson 312. . Somerset, will be one. of the delegates, lonl MtKlnnor. II. I f lection 1st Slundae In Asml best. Mrers,S. 8. .. 3 till after the ed Martin, J H lllaoJ) and that a worthier man could not be his letter of acceptanco la Col. J. W. Wlnlock.of Kussellsllle. into giving Mr. Garfield the nomi .s. n. .iiyi:us. . is aitiiar, ti choteu. Judge Saulley's chances for nomination of the Democratic candi- nation. The Republicans have de Superintendent of the Census In the 2nd . Moons, Jstaeofl).. t - - - Innaiuklnl lad l'onJLtolB I 4 . Miurr. lutfcl P.. 1 (Ky ) District, died at his home a few dars the feated imperial!! m, He will have but date. Perhaps nfter he read Elector ure tin-to4 J to lbofflctf robfh J l Mir. to they claim; ago. During Got, McCreary'a rirll frtl MsElltrisk, JIi. administra Uotsdaj- - la Aufuit lw columns ot evidence proving him a little opposition I Martta. 1KT A now let the Democrats defeat corrup tion he was his prlrate Secretary, and mad a MoHre.J K The Lincoln county delegation has purjurer, a bribe taker, xc, he will tion. The exposures made four years many friends all over th State. an Mrtlor. II 8 . .. Latzb. s Mentis, "tutu lieen completed by the electiou of Jo the most sensible thing left to him ago of the degradation of the admin J. II. DcBpsay, of itussellsille, has been I Martin, U. I1 ..-- .. Of FrtBlifort.ffaOiiwltaJatf for rawlwlk lo lb Moor, J I' . that is decline the nomiuatiou. Col. Iaac piielby, Jr., to till Mr. T, department of the Govern appointed by the President supervisor to tViHnci. uijw. io me action oiiii inmoctrj Mrrrt.Jotri l.(IIJaU IW.III . si sai istrative . Us kllsler, Janira. .. . u;i W Higgiin'place. They are crowd.. son UtAHtltrA I ills. Tilden will go into the Convention rnent excited alarm and brought the succeed Col. Joseph W. Winlock. MatUnttr. II A Svm- utija A. B Cornell Is Governor of New Phcenix Hgtel, and ed into Uoom 100, MslioUiU A ettSM at Cincinnati with about double the Republican party to the vergo ol de York. George II. Shar is Speaker of ISO ! MiKuS-ertt- , on, . sw in. ii ii. are in line spirit! a number ot votes of any other candi- struction. It taved itself by perpe Ihe New lork Assembly. Chester A. Ar. .. Meklntof, W C . MtltotwlB.N.H a Of couroe any Mint that I cau now date. It will, therefore, bo seen that trating an infamous crime against pop thur is the Republican nominee for Miller, W. II UllOauJ tIJT) nt run . Nt slut, M. (I AM NOW RUDY TO ItM'U.IOVlX lis a conjecture, to I forI t gie mutt' of the United These are Tftzntur if he is not nominated he can have a ular totcreiguty. This new lease of 0, tns em ImidJ it so tlar at mr ha4e,r ll (lltoaiilft, .. . ward this by mail to be supplemented big etl, John O Do not puMht matlrroir.lfut ...-aNaitnt7t NrwUo.1, A. t say as to who shall ce. Ho has power has been utilized by reorganiz the gentlemen who were turned out of the Custom-house .. NaDoe,Jer by Hayes and W. P. W. -- ... by telegraph. HW. H. II. HAI UlIHAV&hntrr. too great a foltowiug to be utterly ig- ing and concentrating all the forces New York I hi N.wlaivJ, II. P -- , Sherman. Ther are all the creatures of .. lal llUostth lu Ik IsTBBIO JoCKXAUi . lorn a N.wlaoJ.Tho.. I. against which the people rebelled in Conkllng, who has lifted them to nored. , a ISL. urtusn. U. C. Ill s their Lfxmuiok, Ky.J June 17, 7:45 Psaton, JaioetM. m. t .. PaJell, Jhn A.. The Cincinnati Enquirer has de- 187G. Forced to respect somewhat present positions. IM i'. M. The Convention met at 1 Ii. J the decencies of life, the managers and All the regular annual appropriation A Brown Mara " II Jnh oJ. HM IVttr. AJawtMaiIlttMM . . o'clock, and Geo. II. Sunder made clared for Seymour and English. lu .I wire workers have In nothing changed bills, except Ihe Deficiency BUI are In Ihe haiulst it In, b, en wltltt (out Ultlivl, wbll poi(row 1'enolnjloa.JonHi Ik .. I onnlngsott, . . ID rorcheal.frvril white poia on Inn k rautwil lenipurary Chairman. The various Their characters are without spot or swlsjlc, an4 htMVir fcial, waa atolcu . . . Civil service reform, hands of a Conference Committee, and the JliutoaflUf.oa lit In nlgtitor Iba uib frmu tot, ttrar Pesk J Ik B blemish, and would present a striking their purposes. . .. n tint , itvll I and Committee were appointed, urD) hsissta or aUI . UHMMO waa KK according to the Republican ideas, is Deficiency Bill with the Senate. The to twrenblielbv iityana tVrrvTlllf puiucabrra lan tlMMOHtS.il. A 10 ... Auy Intorwa-llo.. I'lillloosJ t then an adjournment fur one hour. contrast tn those of Garfield and Ar tal amount appropriated Is $181,091,002. a coArcraing htt will l Ilthorallr rwarJutl llillNna, Mat - it so personified by Mr. Arthur, as Mr. l1ououla.W-.tUI. . .. JuntlT. 10 (Ut-II- J JOIIMMKfh, I.ATru.- - All the regular annual appro Committee organisation reported Gen. thur. IVeooi. AAaol . IM Garfield is said to personify the "bet- priation bill were signed by the President ... Josm M CoHMlfcSiONrit lUl'M ia threatened Desha fur Permanent Chairman, electso ter instincts" and "higher ambitions" In time to snnuunce their approval before sine, A i 'oaMok II P rse ed. While the Committee wat out, with removal because he went to Success the hour ol adjournment and consequentPtjlon, I J V II of tlie same organization. violation of Hajei' civil lUm. J T t Preston, Ilreckiuridge, Watterton and Chicago in s W'f. HAYINll Hll norn now with tliu Democracy becomes a ly all becsmalawa. I V B lOTC I UOMOSO, J . (II 011'.SIClay made Tilden speeches ami Lind tervivci uiuer niiu uaiiuuw lur viiaui. . . .. . it A U. Brown, of Mississippi; otfirr tut aai on r i. ...t Roar. A. ll isaiflajol I 40 iiainotic u n i y us neu as a mine. means be made au ',, . TI JF from his horso into a pond on say and Stevenson spoke In behalf of IUf, It COMPLETE STOCK . The crime of 70 furnishes it with a was thrown .J . 4U ll,H,J T Saturday last and drowned. Ite waa (lor. Committee en Itcsolutww IHlhMlMJ, beyniour. 3M ' nlntfnrm ,! tlm iinminalmii . of (larfiftld -- .4 ItoUrls, Wta j......... ... ...- - ............ ernor of Mississippi two terms, served his reported favoring Tilden for the IIoUoojh, J orixioy makes that platform all sufficient. blate as a member of Congress, and was Mii.i.i.M.uv ai 1'itiMi: co.vr. .. a Presidency, but did not instruct. .a ItstMsKla. Ctroro. . The contest is to bo carried on against elected to the United Ktsles Senate in 0w The New York .S'rni tajs it is to lie nisjor-it- y A test vote showed a mi Any uersuu ueslrls to enter 1st lh huslneMi Hyan, M T (l.tiniWi) In 1857 for a second orpolnerfusaber a preachers who agreed crime In all its phases, against that IS VI, and . stotk.csu seroro a bargain by IswMtastt, IWo . of oue hundred against instruct- hoped that the from March 4th, 1839 to callini on us al one. Illlta. KkbH t term of sia years 1 for first class nominations this peculiar system of morality which ex to pray Mr.. NIHtW M. UAIIIti:. lElffa, JfW to vote at a unit ing delegate 1805. During Ids service In the Sensta t lawlli ) Hra I, Jl. IIHUI- will not lie disheartened by the cusea the theft of the Presidency, in he wss the recognised leader of the South1 Kuilili.JaliDU Convention was a erfcct howliog year Waiftissa.,. 1 rlih. lletwlarauu - H x apparent uon efficiency of their suppli dorses the Credit Mobiller and places ern Democrats, mob tor an hour. Adjourned at CONTRACTORS Nuu, To .J Democrats collecting th NOTICE cations to date. Garfield and Arthur, the hired man of a pavement ring are The s bittiisaaen, 1), h iwwa 7 45 to meet at 8 o'clock. Too much Siulib. A. Vi.(tt ... tIK the mo,t i"portnt committees facta In connection with Garfield'a record, bo sure, are discouraging, but let "P Sutal prortouU to fracl .. .. . 4M SrWr, JaJio II whisky. Ligtilh District elected to I (WrU, AttrtyJ, -- . to be Issued In Ihe form of a pamphlet, HMWMH.. . Uurier Journal, the preachert have faith. Cincinnati in Congress. Tt.ua, S .t bliussMU, u Okurok BnildiBg bun, lantl Judge M. C. Saufley for Klector and be prefaced with an editorial A which la to .. a - . o. . than make amends for Chi more . OIKS Of rtKHKA T ftTJc T. . to hlrrt)tw.. If Capt. It. D. Logan and Col. Mat may from the New York ITsus of February la t.iolowaofStaofur.1. Lluroln coubljr.Kr ,iflrr fllagJatwi. IlBDlry.Y. U u al ifoolttaa tba lUDaao4KissxlttcalUu lo la - itio W.MM cago. a btfi.hfut.Mi, W. P. W. Walton Delegates. the I'rrridiut flonl IlijrtrJ's Deputy 23, 1873, the day succeeding Washington's oriba Judiirib IJacoln Coualr lvrt, will M (uiUli, r U 1 U racalTttl until .t Wiit.N a great political party nom Man hat lilll birthday, In which the moral of the Credit -- IMll tHlrr A Jaiuaa (III) aa I SATVSPJy.JLtr, ATt Q CLOCK, A U, Sbauka,J. II AH II (ft) Uakfim.d ia one oi those patriotic inates for 1MJ of the Uni den. Ijongtlreet lias been confirmed Mobllier Investigation and lis results is ,. n UtUwUlb tba eonint$ hirfbaoa,i JWdan Individual that reiiguod hi position ted Stales such a man as Chester A. at Miniltr to Turlry. II (t. . strikingly Illustrated In a comparison be- Wbta th TkacaiMUiUett Osinttutl aotltho rijlillort rMarv UinM fytkrr, JtsiiH. Wssldngton" and Con jMlaujrar all UJ, TbaUJa wtj lttW ibabaI Tufutvl, Jalin tween tho "purs In the army to take a more lucrative Arthur of New York, it is about time Ljrinan Trumbull It llu Democratic too -a woia.orasriwraiaij'. mi uHiirtwiiHAi iriicawMi IhuriuothJ.J UH grrssman Garfield of ("red 1 Mobllier. Wrcqulrvi ttl( Isootia allb ginJH.Mrh)r All and safe civil office, and while absent (0 think whether this office hat not nominee for tiorrrnor ol Illinois. -.I lauoMTavf. propuMUahoulJ baJlrtMs lo I V IkowM, lit Yaiiiwr. 1 I'eirr Congress adjourned on Wednesday. -- (now fell In Minnesota on Monday . from his post to electioneer fur Con- fallen too low already in iopular e ii, Mir.Ior.1, Kr. UU will ts rwwd ur ibt thU MUtVrJ fuMI whaibiof tti t4rAmti a tail, wliLli accounts for th cold waralhat During lbs session 1,197 bill and Joint rtM.f,ariarairl,or b gress, he nail it euterod on the Army atlavurr, 11 W tija a ni itriu. (uittwIUfl teem. It was the evident intention of truck us Tuesday. In the Senate wwra resolutions were Introduced .Wf'HfrJi ft . 11 BAI iaV.m Record t "Absent on account of sick .. cvN- J -- -. hhh, naiaau K. W luanvN i 4 the fathers of the Republic that no Warifaoa, JorJtn, atvl llrntg Milui -a Tlirjr say that QatfielJ' manner Is and 4,28$ bills Slid joint resolutions tn lha . Warrrn, Jtrliu. . House of Representative. Th numbers I as n""1 ,,l0ul11 by any Hibility reach unl.eaii.t, and that h. lias no mora msgWant. I V rilKdallvnanersarenublishliiL'fur . . Introduced during th first (or eilra) ses NORTHERN LAKE ICE tVafrea,1bM A m Winw, J. It lh. thousandth time that Tilden has the Vice Presidency who was not, lu nttUu than a hoe , aarrA aoJ ktvibti. slon were respectively 773 and 2,520, makHITS A ctcIoos pawed our a portion of withdrawn from the Presidential can- the opinion of lilt fellow-cilizenI miking- - J havoc ing a grand total of 8,781 bills and Joint res Waw,Jl I AU didacy, and that Seymour has again equal also to an efficient discharge of Indiana, last Monday, Introduced thus fsr during the liLUVtUHLl.l(V MOlLNlMlTliMU.l olutions At tba kll4Wtti Fl, ila I ran nev- the higher duties to which, under of trerriMog la its path. remarked, "Your candidate prevent Congrta. At 'h hour of sd- Delegates and visitor to the Demoer be." .utuw providential disjieuaatlon, he might at cratic Lonvenllou lu Cincinnati, art al- journiuent besiJes a gie.it number of 100 Jba. uud Ovar, IUO per Cwt. Total auojuus otA t4aliua I J. I'bai., c,f.f f AIfuoIW toll M measures not ) it reorted from commit The Richmond (Va.) editors are any moment succeed, To day it it a ready beginning to arrive. 40 &uit100,l.bO act. One had scarcely long step from Johu Adams and a. bloodthirsty BUILDERS, ATTENTION I James A. IlayarJ, father tees, then remained about 800 bills and u 40 " nud under, $'..00 ' for sliwling hit gotten out of resolutions on Hi Senate calendar, Tliomat Jefferson to William Almon of Hon. Tlioiuu 1'. liayard, died at his Joint III J W UL 1 H It. OF bTANI OUlK K' btulocu manager btfur; mivlher and about 1.400 bills and joint resoluAll auanilM to IrrvauUr attalowafa. 2 snouta Irllsi itasvlr itaa.iHUaiU tut uiakUf, ustinf Wheeler, but It would be a much Iiom. tn Wilmington, DcL, on the 13th. arretted for dueling. aft, iwruits iHuai i iu tnMuuu4 fHHimuntj calindsr. Including fr ISsunj, eatk -- S. M. Walte, President of the First tions on Hi llou tVuruUlwatJ lustir U Iba 4ajr at LMiuli 4 (1m UtiUjr lJyo, laM lUullI luruUb aTl iua mr longer oue to Clwster A Arthur. tnial, iu furnUb carl I arilw Uhlbst to tulkl Natloual llauk of Ilraltleboro, Vermont, some V00 pension and other prlvst bills, ISuur'a lijuit twrt. ai nauw-u raits. ai BkW Uaimui vrat a bit severe on atU autj suittst (bvir lUis k Masl alll fiu It u tbrlr ItV iw .twM aittj ( Is not only an Inof lh fluids which hare beeu reported wit Is eomuitlee rarb WttalU. has sMppeil out wills tiretat luatllro biw al WabttHtJ Ij bf Ul 'jr TiUen, but hit county Instructed for Such a nomination sUv-- tl (tljidir una I recoinniendaltons fur psssife. H. K. II A II MOW tuit to the admtulstrattou, and a oi urn niiiiuiion, the old rfcge all the name. viihc interior Journal. STAITPOKD, KY. (Irt ttAKiFit strong p'lnlt with In party may lw summed up as follows He detiictl under oath tlmt he ever owned any Credit Mobllier stock, but it was proved by Hon. Oake Ames and others that he was both a liar and a purjurcr, and tho report of the Committee wai to tlmt efWhllo Chairman nt the fect. Committca on appropriation he accepted a bribe of 15,000 from tho De Uolycr wooden pavement ring, for hi advocacy of a bill for ill benefit, nnd tho result was that was filched from tho National Treasury. As n "visiting states man, and as n member of tlie "J.icctoral Gommiswi" he followwl thn dici fat ion of id parly without regard to right or justice A purjurcr, a lure orner of wilncssct, n bribe laker and a thief (he helped steal the Presidency), he i n fit itilcct tn bear the standard of n that it corrupt and rotten to the core. It Is an insult to the people to say that a man with such a record can be elected President of this great country. His party will stick to him, and would do to even it he were a convicted felon, but tho honest men of the country Tilden will rally to thempportofMr or any other good. Democratic nominee" and roll up a majority more decisive than in 187G, when Tilden' If wot over a quarter of a million. the Democrats in Convention next week exhibit the sliglitest'pnrticle of good seme, victory is nuts without a doubt. sliimtrtews LIST OF CLALIIS, W s t Mr nhleH rr SB ISS) or OSO laranja ol Wool HI ItMl psi ihe htihert matin SlISSI. It. SI kTTIMIII.Y I" (It Stanford Female College, Sl.tM'llllll, KY. ss lS WITH ArOLIifJORPOOrTCAOHriRS Ibis loslltallon lll kr, 1TH KLEVENTII (IM SESSION, Tllr) sjxintoxn iTisnrrrtiitrir;Mt;X'rv AU. TIIK URASCIIIimlF A (! TH0R0U0H ENOLISH COURSE t r Isoght, aa well aa MUHIO. lM Till) I.ANUltAOK-1- . IIMAW-IN(- I AND I'AINTINU .. 'i ij it mm m i i: ii a 'I i:. I In Tnlllun, rolrro rtoo frvm ISS reaWlir Kpartoirolt, Primal;, fSt. ISW I w. ami iwlnriaio, rSersls,, Id I lh lirirSMnilstl s. for fult parthHilar, aa IIKH. N I'. Till I o I BoarJ, Ae , sJJrooo SlsofJ llmlalsi.ltr lli:trir. rlnrlpll t.li M. D. ELMORE, Sl rr South Blilo Main Btroet. First Door Dolove 81. Asaph Hotel. stam'oimi, . Kr.vrnruv, Kt tla ja on haml a foil arHr "I SlaiI k 0 Fiuic.y (Jrocorlc?, !,,. AND PROVISIONS. AMIS. iu li in tS Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Staple Dry Goods, Kotlons, Gents' Ready raatla ClotblDRj Pocket and Table Cutlery, Qaccns- - and Olassw&re, Tobacco and Cigars of all ' kinds, Powder, Shot, IOTTOX A4 .V MOOI.r.X f.llt.NN, to Tin- - anil W omlrnwarr, Msor other uorroloilklr allrhlrhlnVrlsollaltb liollos lo tortt-lb- Lo west Possiblo Margin t will lata (Vwairf nlar a arhan( kVsr (voJa alMarkal itrkra. I baialsfsrn trbrtk aniMk tuklfttl, rrtrltlac aal faxa, fur II Jrraia, aoJ la all (tot aai swrt frari of lalr. tM lata fstraMal, all Iblan awiJril, ibaa Iba my IbtrrttW, I bat cu4 raaaa U rti- - ! all, (Ttwlintl aiaall. an4 Ikaak IsWm, tsl tblr l WblWI baf T ataatl aaaalllsWa, I IWI that a- bat fttit an Xfulf altmt MsMW tbtsM(blf tban Mfarlt Aflrff Ibaaka la taj waar frlrala abJ alroM fwT tbHr literal alronattfb, I ttoMbf a reaUBHancw l Iba low Htra. I fnl aamrt ao4 by Calr II.k( tbal wataa airat IhatifMattwlaarMaar I I.HIINC H. ttnl)a lra tnrnae mtt t a! ID.. ..... -. U .T. Xfc. !.!, - Ji ii mm i . GARDEN SEEDS! & so i:). ll lts. Il. sroiti:. ....... . T TAX - 1AYKI6S GARDEN SEEDS ! GARDEN SEEDS 1 . STOLEN! .. Wo havo in stock a Rood assortment of Gardon Scods.ofall kinds. To MILIIItfERS: We have Seed Feat, Beam, Corn, and Onion Sett, In bulk. Alio, Oar-de- n ..,,,.,, Rakei, Hoet, t, Soades, Shovels, &e. of tiik run. .. .. Hrmombcr, wo keep a nnt-clatuck of Staplo and Fuucy Oro- Sugars, Collooa, Molnssos, Coal Oil, Tea. Illco,&c, it Brick . Ai.dfnrascv Qrocerlett Canned of every doicitption,Oueeie,Maf carout, Oraclcert. Splcei, Eitrscli, 4 p. Ooods, ,,. lu it Us will slot, sttMltuuoll sUotololiil.il to tosll nbouisf nn-- Iheui, orllk Ikuou, loirj, INs. Istoi-oliullrr, HSI'.Jt. Woa.k all ailrs luuuilsrlllhc t, lisvtot toy oflho arll,t toll sin ut teluidl.lu4 oT taoj ebww brio, abj a ufoo.1.0 I hlgnikl loaikfl .rle Iborilrf ill lr , IrouJa. $&o VHloskei rUuWI, slink t tllaasntro AImi. tot iJmsSMOtro, IJUHMl'bioimrlo.Ao. Ik.,.rlonrkl,of ollolios. jil " Btfu'Cfwii;! a, uLi.u waiit IbIukIu our llus, J H )u susir WAIlNI'.sl jt UN. Rt inferior Ciloiirnal. Friday Morning, Juno 18, 1880, n ( MitorlWa ikla ara, ttra J ea Xnwltl't, riatelng oaia.iei HallaN "willh M ll'anwmia, M. K nwe TeH. evitalla, W II t'n, wriiiiatiaai. Tvaaa, t? " nrw, Jam. r tVoralwm, llaney fteeea, Teiaet tte. Aatihaai, OiOrtirJ; Her. II. MiitHy, IatkH B. rtMeillaw llw.li, It. W. Caulwrll. Wtjaea-r- ) Mialann VeKlawy, ML hVmi Hlaa tutu OleeiM, tVeeatTeiaft, hy H. THtmta llllle friefid, Katie Hall, ha mir ihmika for aereral iMmmla aa nice h.,iiey ta we aver aw the leewwl of Urt Chtlsllin Clmraai nrllett a llllle orrf tho groM prnceeila WnJnat tlfat Ing f.Mfo.vror I miUmilll'm sun t Titr Hvrrrn Pur Tho little lmy babynf Mr UabnH llallses died week wllh Ctinlern Infaa- - $", twwal lt Vt, i.ov.tt, mit mm. Wamn, LaaeMter; h.I IVnnyV I. I.iir, C'NMKrr and Halt rannliiiil mi m UwtV A IllreW. aj Wan iihb an.1 Jrw4iy rwlrr,l anil warranto! by I1innli A luinj-r. !. rl.wim Stwliln rwmlle of ilcly at MilUWrU A Ntan'a. I.Aiin On. nf Hum quality for Mom Owa.cla. Vc , t HfltoWm A Htagf'a. nil A I. a mm dork M uarttrfl .It.lTTI'.llH. All Itch, no Hcnl l t hrnaull A rVtmj'p MnAuarrn A I.vu.r. want lo bur 10 old ami. pietra of garni rag Oil. Van IMim. Wl.ile Wirnhiw IIIms, al IwIIwh (rim at Chm llAT It Alt ct at OaralryA ttlgglna'. milt A I'miiy'. ItMlljr-lllllf.the arfifvainiaa rake, W nl'AIIAXTEl! OHT llljr ami ilttrablllly. l'ainla In llltlTll. Mra. J. R Ilrure lua prraentel A HtK I'mris, l.tnrYN A CM N'aw Yotk Ci- her If Ire loril with a girl. Weight, II II... gar the I"! nrrsiiKilnl la for aal.by liar-ria.The TitERMoMrrrn Fell from 07 on Nunr.rllry. la working H. I) MrUM In II II. the flral of I he week lo SO nn Wednesday. Wrarcn'a I wlcrtalrr Hhp and will do The it. It. Company hat remure.1 ll.e filtnllurr repairing nt an; Kind. l'MKi'Mnv. TWIrl Hwaiw. Hair. Nail rickety old platform at the Depot and re and Toulli ltrn.hr, an.1 IcAlrt aiti.lt of placed Il with a new one. all limit al (linn nil A Penny'. A l.ACfiR lot of tin fruit rant at llrnTHnla Walrr In Ilia world, nnJ lt Mc per drtrn; alao glaaa jar of all kind, at ml. I a Ilia rrlgM .one, for 1'obrrt A Hisgr. I'rlcc, 5 ccntt a low price, (leo. AVearen. Isymi wnt lo vryour roomaritm-inllieiniibMo- f wall C'Arr. Kni'i.I. aaye belt going lo Crab al Clirnanll A 1'rnny'a. They are beautiful and rhai, Orchanl Mnmlay without fail. He aaka llARnn A Nuxxri.t.tv baring morrd that three indebted to him will call ami on ilitlr goula In Oul. Mlllrr'a atorr-rooactlle. lanra-t.- r lliry big I I aiaiiin (Innm a stwrlahr al Harris A NunHrllry' Ahkhhan flrocrry .1ar fwc pule by HartUA NannrlUr t wwurr K llitn rrrr al liriMlt rrry UawMe, (I. (larler, Mielay Olfi Jean Mia. Meete MaAHiler, HaalMirHlai Mra. liaaa, Itryintirllle, ky (I T. MMla MMJklMi, llailartlle, 8. O; Aralre IH.dm.h.l, Ha., W. II. IVIkcK Ml Caeia, Tetaaj rw Jaseph Oaae, Oiarleatawa, W. Va. Mr, (tanla T. lltirra, ky A. II. ftWiltll M. 11. MlMallni, XI t. Veraew, ay J U llaM; tlllea Hale, Waalpott, Ma., ay A. Ilale, r. n. PHan.1, RmMrai Mra. II. A. DaWall, Ha4alM,Taiaa, Mra. MlaaMh Xatlwai II. A, IIHII, WIWamrwl, K.b.1 J. (I. Rmllh, It llhtlt, nithanl VaaJoiier, rraak HKIiry, T. W. I). V. naaa, A Illatloa, J. Uml, (hilarr, Mm MaafceJi Mha A.IJIa futrM.ll, Uartaaalli On, II. nraea, Irtlae, Ky i II. II. I'aller, lleaa, lrrll (treii i, l larl (llren; II. Rev. I'. ! a t. (Iralry, I. BaiN. MtRrlaj i ltfra, lrtrrira Mil, ld. arl. git. lr I. ar tlrrrl, Provision, ofrr Olntmtnt It unl.ine aa a 1'alrnt Medicine, In Hut II li rrroinmtndtd fur nothing lull lilt. Il l, rhan Ilia only ttrnt medicine rttant which don not mi la cur front a down toon Imntlmlili ases. Until will effectually rnrc I'ilra, anl I only M cent. Kur al by Mcltohrrtt A Hagg, CoiRTt A I'll Ktu, Ibiil!c,laW (.leas, ma In Informing Ilia 0.le ol IJocoln that lliey are prepareJ In furniah erery thing in ilia Saddlery anJ Harnett Una, al th.luwcal figure. Thy uh nothing but lb beat material, ami their ctiatomrr may rrly on being treated fairly, (lire lhrm a call when you jo to Danrille. AnrxTtON Wwrrnx KMiartAirra. I am (lent rat Kmfcration Aarnl fer the J M A I. A VANDU.IA LINK for the Siatra if Trxaa, AnKAxaAa, Miaaoi'Ri, rtrlRAHKA, KAMA, UuIXlrtAliO, UAUroR- to furnlili on ari'llca-lioI J nil tlrrnlara, clritia; rnrr, Ixiwnt rain made on Kill, Climate, Ar. iquMeobrns Iraiiaehald rooila or atork. Call onoraddrea. (IKOItlli: II MrKINNKY, Sianfonl, Kr. Ol'll rolorrd linrllirra hare flrcn tiu all a liOof "fnrljracrea andami inuleu acifl arc leaignlue; from the llnrrmmehl, Ihemaelira Kridiiatl.r to the knowledge Ihat InJn-t- rj only by and rorrert detorlnietit ran they win the eoteent of their countryrrial riillrco or men They enjoy no immunity, but when aufTrring from Ntur Htnmach, lUllouanena, elrn ran obtain relief by ualng l'ottillne, or Tahter'a Vegetable IJrer I'owdrr. I'riceoO rrnla. I'ur aale by .McltoUtta A Klifn. To Wnrrrnii Kniobaxt. Harlngbeen anolntel (IrxtnAI. Kmioratioi Aucxt al Uncinnatl for the VA.NDAI.I.V I.l.Ni; fur the Ktatra of Mi omti, TlJCAa, NrXRAakA, Kaxa, Oouihaih), C'tJt.iniA.ai.d iheWrxtEHK Tcnnrro-liins'fully irriarel lo furniah, nice nn aiiiitination, Jlav, ljand Clrrulira, sir-In- j Koll, (II mate, Ac liweal ralea nude liouaehold ko1 or atock. on tall on, or addrev, IK(). A. KNIllIlT, llra'l ..migration Agent, N U Cur. 4lh and Vine Street), llnrlnnatl, Ohio. Puank l.muc'a Suhhay Mauaxime. Tlie Jnly Number, commencing Volume VII I, la one of the nnal Inlercaling yet If The aueil of lliia ciivllml mbl!callnn. oirnln article by Iter, lilward Hale, "A deacribra the landing of the MaaaAchuarlta llay Colony, the aelllemrnt d lloaton, and the ralaliliah-mei- it of the Crt Chriatlan churchea in There are lioalon, Salem and IKircheater. aletchea of the iroiulnenl men connected with the Maararhiiactla tomjuny, including (lor. Wlnthrois Iter. John Cotton, Her. Join White, lEoger Clami and othrra. One llliutration ahowa a Tlew of the aile of iHialon lfuro tho finthuute waabulll; another la a quaint old map of the neighborhood around lloaton; another la a draw. In; of the 1'ir.t church In lloaton from 1GS0 to 1CI0. There ia a large, Interfiling and Instructive mlaeellany, and, together with the "Itelltloua Notra and Newa." "Klltor'a roitroliu." "Obituary Notice," "llccrea-tln- a fur Sunday Afternoon," "Music," etc, of delightful elcw prrMiit II iiuarto resiling, whielt la alTonKil for only ii et, n miiy, or H a year. Aildrraa, l'rank 1 lio'a fublMiing Houae.M, 53 and 57 l'atk am fully Tadlkh. llutlrt. lll llarnr, Ac. . a Town MAUtiiAU I.M. Ilruce.onrprea Ilo ent Town Marshal, aaka a baa made a Nn. 1 cflicer, and deaerrra a good aupport. Hei--r SAbooM. J. T. Sonnamore lua opened a beer aaloon on the old Ornate corner, and proinea lo keep decent and orderly catabllaliraent. i Attcktiox and IIoeie Ml2. Pole-K- Ksliil cured for Vr, alao any horse drlrun In liarneiM or galled lo the aadd'e . by F.D. Albriglil,SUnford,S0-3mtUNrtxu 8ottociLrrof. I. A. Frank, a matter of Ida profeaion, liaagotlennp a good claaa to learn Ihe graceful art of dancing. Ilia rooma are In lliaKt. Aatph. In. (Ircnuir R CUnrtaTtn announce candidate for in lliit iaaue that be la Marshal of Stanford at Ilia Augnit tlec lion, lie la a tober and reliable man, and would, no doubt, make a good officer. Mr. I.eo Harden and wife lti'SAWAY. came near tnfferlng a aeriout accident a few daya ago. Their bora ran way and ued up their rockawar pretty badly, but waa checked before any damage waa done tbe occupant. The llullJin- - Committee of the Clirlt- tian (liurcli a.Neitlae In tliia iaaue fur bid a on far the erection of a brick clmich-hout- e Hid will lw lot recently purchased. ecelf ed until !) o'clock A. Mn July 3rd. Spccifieatlona ctnlw oeen at Judge Ilrown'a Ihe ofOce. d A couple of young men here Tueaday from Ijuiarllle, haying come, eta Frankfort and Lellnkton, all Ihe distance on bicycle. Tlier createil quite a aentatlon at Ibey "glwle glacidioutly" through our ttrcelt, ami drew alnioat aa big a crowd aa a clrcua. TunNriKDi. At lit laat meeting Ihe County Cbuit agreed to auhacribe ?I,NX fur thecxlrnaion of the Stanford A Sonier- act l'ike for one mile from ita present ler- inln'ia. It also aubwrlbed JwOO per mile for the HualontlUe Station A Uarpenlrr't Station Turnpike, but afterward recon-ttdcrr- d ila action and oationcd the matter till July Court, when Ihe Company U lo appear lrfore iU Kuamlthe WmmM irrrrd TrnntTORlDi, ami M, HiCYi-- nt 1'larp, New York. i'KHHOXAU" . Mile DlTTII I'aaxia la laaittaf Ma. A.H. Mraaibaarena laRuekeaatla wia lialog lour. It rery alia wlihlaiea Mim AliiaVivu lallleat I'efer. Mlaa Aura Pear, at UluuuleflM, HUtarla-Min- i al Mr. IL Uura. M. Jouan.rri.utii, al lultouVe, weal Is llair4kburg laat week. Maa.llao. II. llalcaaaj Howard Pyalaplrft lur UlIU Vivian Tunlay, not Mlaa luillelwl Mlaa Jronla llmkar Ir w be returaad frua Trlta laat week. Ma. aao Mat. T. E. Ilacev, of Lelanoa, were II. Ilfucolbll work. fimUcf Wr. MlaeMAaLIKH'lllTK,lt Maatliratcr, Il lulTiieI'ikut Coumti) Juuy. We notice ling Ulu lleaala tValer, af Ibla ruualy. lhat Mercer and numeroua cither coun- Mb. W. 11. Wuaaairr, el Laneaalrr, waa Ilea are claiming the doubtful honor of krtatklawrtk earoWa lathe niouuulue. having empannellcd the first colored ury. -- Mlaa l.tLAtllVKaitiuraturBed tnwl a None of theui have a right to thla dlatlnc-tlon- , an4 leaaant elsll la Waco,Tfiaa. IVil. Tuoa. W. Vjaaoa and Mr. Will Craig it belonging alone to Lincoln. At wral lo (irlUla tbla week on kital bualneaa. far back aa 1870 Andy Yale, colored, waa Mleaae Lvat lal Vivu Knaanoa aoeal tried by a fury of lilt race for aaaaiill on ilara with Mlaa AMI HulUe tktla week. UikiiUu. A. A. Waaata Lata utareil hit titter, and lie waa promp'.ly fined $30, to Ikrlr haoilaouie not tag oa llaovllla atreeL a very eiccnalve punishment considering Mat. IL M. UiYCL, Mia. J. H. Sluia, aa4 Mlaa The jury the poverty of the defendant, led on BaturJay laat lur Vaaceturg. Julia wat ordered lo be aiiinmoned by Judge J. Ua.Jaa. II Nrivo ao4 wlb (aaOrentreol), M. riilllii, then Police Judge, and the of UarroJatMirg, ara the guoala of Mr. U A. matter ttanda of record on the buoka of Ma. JouaJ. MclUiakara, Caablcr, la agala the Court. atl lo alteuj to Luilueaa, tiler aereral daja ol l'li-mo-. tlikneaa. The (loud Templar of Crab Oca oM frleiul, N. Tula, baa tlii-- 1 ol rana Orchard end Ilrodhrad will give a picnic lag, anJ baa gun Into tb lurmnlll twalaewa la at Crab Orchard netl Wednesday. Ad- Hnlalla, Mo. Mat.UUT. Wmbbx, who baa been ill air Ml' drraae by eminent trmiwrance oratora, an rial Jafl wltbTylituli Urn, la aouiewbal belter, eicellent dinner and a dance upon the . ., . but IsstllllairilllfSleooJIIWu. n,,Mi,ma and a "" -- kit. J. II. Plan, tat of Ott, liiebtM, la now A and plenty of fun it eipecicd. H.rrUa.Jl.lin I Mary.llle. Mo., a The Ialge of liood Teiuplart at Crab Or- lovaofaouttburlbouat- -l la. uua- - chard hat wrought woudera in the luuralt -- UiuAuwi I'vtatLi, iba It leteber .l.o baa gl.eu au.h etiilre tatlaCatliusi of , tow traiiefurmliiar It to one of Ihe IWirwMla) Ik VI OlSUaVCU If-l- eli IN tntJ UNHf '" I ell Uliaved anywhere. Vu. ''"I Uan.oail t.atleu4 u,er, armalorr of Mitl ar a kurl ll nn ueeu in iiperauun lur nearly a jcar TuubauJaowaMra. M. IL Tliuberlake, Mlaa and number of young mcil who were iu.1 Mlal Mary thought to bo Mary Mrtia, Mlat Jaoula Uau jasl reclamation havo beWLIKf llw (UVta.u-f- l TuaoJay brCbaileatowa. come leelotlera, and are deiirmincd to make W. Va., Ibtlr old boui, Tbty will ill rtlura Their Iolge now wtla tbeoeulugof Ik lUlrgo, tlr.Uaa4 to turn of nuuibcra tiity odd and acceta lout are be-- Ha. II. I. Htauaaa, ol Mavailitl- -, Mil, l,n tor bla LoiuWoiM.lay. WbllaauBVrlug trow ing made weekly. The preparttlont fur tbaaaVutotu4l .r taring llirvwulrow abusgy. Ihe plcule are In Ihe hand of Ilia ltcceplion Mlaan Committee: boaaa tbtl lb Oab OrtbaM hvU vim tv 1 ivoUliinlykl-llohl- ui, tor blah bo la uoai '.mston, Kate bhlvel, lleltle ia The I'ait la That you can gel al Ihe Harden Hrolhrra' auuie of the ptrtlleat liertalw at rheap almost aa calico. The fact it you can get an eaqusite dreaa pattern al Ihe tame place, of almost any kind, lower than you ever got thera before. The fact it you can get any kind of summer good at the I lay dent' rcgardlrtt of what the oilginal coal waa to llieiil . The fact It Ibey do not intend lo be undersold by any body, or permit any other house to keep belter goodt. CAtTCItEP, On the 2nd of March, 1878, white a priaiary election waa In projects in Iluslonrille, lien Ferrill ahot Mike Illy, who. In a abort time afterwards died Ferrcll from Ihe eflVctt of lata wound. left the country, and after banging around from pillow lo wt, wat arretted in Havana, III., this week, and It now held lo await the order of the authorities of this Slate. The murder waa the result of an old feud, and it It likely that Mr. Ferrill will do the State tome service, even if t. Ida neck It not required to pay Ihe Taxm. Sheriff H. II. rititgliRMn la gt Ibe yield will he good. light ahead with the twdlcetJen isf Tbe yewwf Mir llrtt are fend f laie far 1,"0, and the wlsewllt sew Mm al Ihe lkft fanltstle leeare eenleftt-platin- g onrr. He dent prtpewe Intake year te having a pit 4 en Ilnd .Va. Id it whit en easily be dene In thee In atlteet time. nienllis. II. Beime aatd le Dark! Piewlu i Trn NiuiiTaiM A IIarUhom. Thli ei- - twetityslx biller at $lfjt t lietd. t eellenl Temperance play will lw enacted N. IVwhl toM bh farm Is Will Yeegee by the reiiing people of MaKlnney neat at JM per atre. (I. II. MtOtnlev sokl a r mare lo tim Dunn, f Otriiml, Wednesday nlghl, SoM, tint iHtajeed l gn lorompleling Ihe Chureli at that 4acw Wl. - ilhrn Kor MHrnKy Isfta gene Is Nleh Admlsilon, 9) cental reaerveil teal, M cent. Mheea Kale M- alanine lo vMl frttnel an. Mil HaflananarHl Mr. ItWurd Rm-beI'm trc Jmifla, Judge 8. H. Mreet I of Unoaeter, made iw a rWt W wawlUtta Car rtal-elt- Mi l ibeoffiee of Tir II II: Urn- -, DTtr lanil'uii.u relic Judge al lire Awgwat )etien h.u filled the poaltlen foe Ihe latt tevtral lowntman, retarnetl frent Crab Orchard monlht with ability and Impartiality, and Spring MoiNtay leektig very much Imfrom all that we aan learn he will I elected proved la health. Dave Nay lor, white, and DiekJaek-nn- , without opposition. Willi lilt knowledge colored. 11 a dispute over a snath of the law, and Idi ttrict sense of Juitlee, lie la eminently fitted far the office, and while working In I ho harvest field of Jamea deserve an election by a unanimous epte Underwood, last Saturday, and came very near having a terientdlfti'iilty. Ntylor SKirrm A white woman who Uvea put Id hand In hit pocket and started to with Lewia King, colored, aa hit wile, ward Jaekann, thinking he would retreat, swore out a wamnt against Daniel 0M- but lie not lieing very easily frightened, well, another negro, for An attempt al ripe picked up a reck In rath hand and cursed upon her, but lie waa acqiiilled. Dan then Neylor tlmurfnlly. He nld thai be would get a warrant for twl King for striking not let any negro ctirae him, to lie went to him with a rock while he irat standing In (leorge Kngleman lo Unmw a pistol. hit own door, for wjileli olfcnae Mr. King (Icerge seeing thai he waa bloodthirsty reIOO. The din it allowed bin) waa fined fused lo lei Mm hare it. He then went In slep onl and eel security. ',ul '" '" nal Ixmira dlalanceof (wo or three mllea and siirrreiteil Jet, at least he has not repe-ttcs-l got Ida gun, but liefere he got hick to the If Yoti Wast A hat, a pair f lmts. field, he reestisidered the mailer aud a dreaa pillern, a toll of eldlhea, a pair of thought It waa leo busy a lime In kill any-Ikr- ', m he starred Id amis and wenl to shoe, a Iwilt nf cotton, tiimmer gorxlt of wml, and didn't shoot. any kind, a comb, ribbon, lace, handkerchief, whit noda, notion, trinkets, or Cri Orrmril. anything else, you will find them all at To the handsome compliment from the Ilayden Hrolhrra' lower down in the Ml. Veinnu, Crab Orchanl would ray, with scale of price than you ever heard of I fore. They mean bualrea, and are deter- a profound sigh, all mrl there i a charmmined to clone out their good if the cqtc ing and handrninc widow in the field, an will buy. When you ctll don't leave tin there la no hoiea for a young lady. The rermon, by Iter. T. Ik Cook wat III you Inspect the Cheap Comer Counter a most acceptable discourse, preached to a The price and good on itwlllamaaernii large anil Interesting congregation. It ii.iiiiuAliiM. gar e aueil general satisfaction thai 5 re HmoR SlLEti On Ihe 11th, John quest waa made to have it published. The Hood Template Ate alive and al Sal lie, daughter of Win. ICector In Ml work. They will have nn addrct from Siler. Sidney French, Orand Worthy Counselor, TilfATiifi. Thursday night, 17th Inst., and on WednesTuckeu. Died, Monday morning. day, June 23d, a grand basket dinner and iced orer80ycar, Mr. Jame Tucker, of picnic at the Fair Orounds, near Crab the llaU'aOap neighborhood, after having Orchard. Several other Ilge of Oood been an Invalid for a number of year, lie Templar will unite with them. They In waa a good, quiet citlten, and highly es vile Ihe public generally, and anticipate a very happy occasion. teemed by Ida neighbor. Your Crab Itrporler could Ooocil. On Sunday laai, of olj age, Jamet Hooch, aged 100 year. Mr. Hooch wrile the entire leport thla lime in de waa liorn in irginla and moved to a farm scribing Ihe enjoyab'e hop and supper al near Wayneaburg In ihlarwunty, when be Sianfonl last week, and then not do the The prelly girl the gaU waa 10 year of age, and on this fir ji bit aitbject iuslice. ,.- -. 1 !! rrinaina were laid away on Monday last. msi joiiog men nou .1 irr lur I'p to seven weeka before hit death lie ried men the whole aflair wa delightful could get around lilt bouse qnile lively, al- ami so well managed. The occasion will though he waa entirely blind and nearly lie long rrmcmbercJ, and if I waa not afraid of Housing the vanity of the IJlilor entirely dnf. of the iNTrniou Journal, 1 would speak I.AMI, STOCK AM) C'KOl" of tbe unanimous vote he received from In Woodford county, limit are tell- the Crab Orchanl delegation for being i ing at S cent. juatra nice and kind. There, Mr. Walton The firmer are in Ihe midst of a mini wont eare for our saving that much, will abundant wheat harvest. she Two hundred barrel of earn aold in I'mwonal. Mr. Tarrant I absent Jeamlneat $2.40 per barrel. on a visit to friend in Williauittown and Cradlera In the harrrel Gelds arc gel Mr. O. Ik Mattila, of Clarka- Covington. ling fltO and bindera $1.00 per day. dale, Mist , wat in our town latt Friday. Shel. lteagan, of Wayne, aold in hay-ett- e He brought hit titter, Mist Hattle, to Tar 115 wcthera at S cents ier pound. rant College, where be entered her for a In Scott county, China hemp towed a four-yeacourse, and a charming peraon month ago, It IS inches high and In bloom. he it. She acconiuinicd Mr. T. on her One railroad in Delaware carried CxO trip. Mia Alice Stewart accompanied her carloada of ttrawbertiea to market title friends. Mist Jane and Mill Itenneck, to Mis Woodford lo rpend the aummer. teuton. It. McConnell. of Woodford, ha a two- - Luanna James, one of (iccrgetown'tbright- buck, the fleece from which weigh eat ttudcnU arrived borne Friday to rusti year-oled SI pounds. cate. Mis Logan and Mrtara Yantil and The wheat crop, according to rrperti Trice were here Sunday. Jim Ilrooka left from varlout place, will lie Ihe largest Tuesday, and will drum for a clothing harvested for many yen. John Ilrooka bat lioune In Cincinnati. Kb, Jonea aold In Lexington tide week taken the place of Jim In Carton llroa'. at 10 yoke of oxen al from $'.K) to $130 per lltchmond. Meura. Hob Cientry and Jake Yoke; and 23 scrub yearlinga at $3per heaJ. On sley were the arrivals In town yesterW. W. (lodJard thrared 81 bead of day. Alfred Itjchester, a popular lawyer theep and got V70 Kundt of wool, or a of St. Louis, Mo , haa accepted the position fraction over Hi wunJa lo the bead, of manager of the ball-rooal the Spring. True Ken- - He will arrive the latter pari of next week. which lie aold at 40 cenla. t. Mr. Tevlt it in Ihe city till wee!; on turkian. Col. Shelby apent several ttaya'at Jo. Kale, of St. Man's, thipied on yetlerdty from llila place lo Cincinnati the Sprlngi last week. 375 lamb, averaging 82 Iba, that bo had ii(vi.i:covxtv. purchased in Washington county at 4 J els. Tnrntm are eonpMnfng of bavlrsg it deal of Mum In Heefi1 wheal, alihaHgh fl" il r Hi n i Detnnlngltn .peeklnc and delivery "f di- - mm. I ernapa unwie m yowr mereninra ny nam a. nee rnfiwia inrrw.ro- - inr will bar. in nppnrtiwiliT ..( ciiltiTaimi fa-Jes Krali rnlly gav. banquet Ihe'.-- miiaiaiAnee t L, H. tarter hY.lhrad alOilehef. Wednely merning, al 10 ThHraday, 10ih Inst., In oearrli nf Charier F.iercsse er'oktek, Ctata-Daat the Inestrnpna. Al night, Kfrrrhn Hellenic and Jahn Karri, Jr Finding HAVE oPF.NEtl-- by Ihe Alum! Amefitrim ami party given them In Hemphill A .Melrln'a More, he, AT THE OLD MATHENY STAND, STANFORD. KY.. afler the ptMige nf a far weeds, prwcedrd by the MIsM Ilslrrr tn Hie Mtswee Dellorde'a to e litem up pretty retajihly. Tnumdey mtHnlng Hegnl.e A Splendid Stock Foreign & Domestic Cloths & Cassimcrcs. mertemimt by 8enhr Claat J. kl, Ik heed hurt the Imprint, In tome half a I'.intwlitstfll and N. I Carry YiMlelo-rtan- . ileal w I'lices, of the link of a chain which Snllnlile for (If Wrnr, wm In Caller. band, while rsrtts dee ml At ntghl 1'rnmenadeOeneerl. enjoy a remmbrnl poatnrr ta the extent iiAWtAnn hitherto attributed ta ldm. It it said thai " the ywnng Mend had been ttatng tnixe riieeiafer, CoiiwIilprliisllicqiuiIKi' orilirlrRooiN, hIjIi- - anil .tnrliiiiilnMilt, language l Carter' Centt cenrtne here next very iirlccwtirc linror lliim Hip loirral. Monday. wether. An average deckel. Clnlliliif; In Ihe I.iilcxl M)Ich mill Will C.'itl mill 311, IVriieii. Wo Irxve hal heatey and earillnmNH .SiiIInIiicIIoh. C'i:illnciiiiii In (tin Itosl Mnniirr. mill be found al The poM office nn mint In thla wjetfsn if the eenlty fertee-da.Vt'allj-- Done. ItonnlrliiR pnfcl fiiTorw, hapu 'rliiwiUliic Hie ctiotoinorx It it M tlrtt the wkeet crop it the old aland of Adann A llrawn The Knemerater In thh county are lliitinticooi Hie Mime. bidly ilamageil by the rut OmxtdertW piratriteiag with their weak. Ttiey aar been ItarTetted. grain illAHoSCHALIi it k 3i. rrv iiiOiw RUPLEY, .3 fM. of nl' tni'.vrr. lirlrly w lliclr 'lhcy JIiili (jimrniilcc lir ir Ihry lorn ran bat rard ttHinty, bat been apiWntrd, and hi cem posed nf Drt, P. O. Yenngand If. C. Herring, of Ijincailer, and Dr. Webb, of Dr. Young wa appointed Urvantsvilie. Chairman of the Ibird. It It announced that there will be a meeting of nil the different Sunday-clioo- l In ihe county, composed of every denomihere, nation, to be held at the Cburt-Hont- e Sunday afternoon, July 4 lb, for the pury pose of celebrating Ihe centennial a Inauguraof tho Sundiy-Mioo- l, ted one hundred yeara ago by ltobt. Ittlkea, in London, l'ngland. Sieakert mnaleand everything of an Interesting nature will be the programme for the occasion. A very full house It desired. I'ecwinai. Quite a number left here thlt morning for the Slate Convention at Lexington. All the delegate! wenl Their iiniei are aa follows: Dr. Jenningt Price, Senator Ilnice, A. I'nllina, J. W. I'ore and C. Anderson. Ik M. Uunlett, Chat. Sweeney and Col. Mat Walton arc among the nuin ber thai were not delegate. Col. Samuel Iluntetl, of Ml. Vernon, lion lieen he.--c for several dajs. He left for Lexington thi morning and will go on lo Ihe Cincinnati Convention. Mr. M. Walton it visiting her father In Fayette. Mia Mamie Farra, of I'arelte, who hat been visiting friends here for a few weeks, returned home yctterday. Mis Nannie Walker,of Itichniond, It visi ting her uncle. Win. Walker, of thlt place. Win. Wherrltl and It. O. Dunn, of Itich niond were here Monday. J. Ik I.earell, of llryanlaville waa here Sunday. t..t Pnifff Jlttllb, IWOar- k ,n ' ' "n men of thla county. They hive already ihiptied over ferly ear loadt ill from Heumlitene Switch. The weithtr for the past week ha been extremely lint and dry. This morning, however, the air feels ittlier chilly Indicative of a alorm somewhere. - We arc aulhorited lo announce John T. Stephen a candidate for Sheriff of ltockcaslle county at Ihe August election, subject tn the Action of the Democratic 4oMf parly. The Masonic Fraternity al Ileedville, tome twelve mile from here, will give a picnic at Hist place Juno 2llh. The brethren nf the Ml Vernon Ixxlge are cordially Invited. Llndtey and liurdett are to the front In the llmmiiitT this week. I hare alway heard it sal.l lint a hint could not fly to far but what lit tall would follow it. There are other things under the cover. Crop of all kind are looking well. The farmers are now harveatlng their wheat and tay that It waa never better. Oita are looking well and with a good rain would yield u good crop. A finer blackberry crop wat never seen in any country. GIT THlTBESTi i -t rwVliW-i'T- mW WtklQeHlrnttS ?f.Wri'i,ai.iMnaaaaaaaaWlPHr -, ' "7 !f Tar'aTV CHAMPION AND ' All persons knowing Iheintelvea indebted to M. I'. tirinkley would do well lo come forward and settle Immediately and the 1st tare cost. He learea for Color-idof next August and must hare bit busineu closed up by that time. .Special induce ment! oflered lo cash cnatomera tilt then. The Ml. Vernon Literary Society meets at Ihe Academy every Wednesday evening at "J o'clock, with I'rof. A. (I. IMiif I.lrk: Commencement at llerca College, the Lorell aa President nd Mis lannle William Secretary. The OJsrrrer ami Kr- miscegenation Institution in Madlton county, waa largely attended by both race in poser, a sprightly little paier edited by thlt vicinity. Tho exercise aeeni to pre Col. Sam M. liurdett and hi assistants, I sent a gala occasion, aa the anticipation read before Ihe Society each evening. The community it cordially Invited to attend. cauca no little preparation and Iwaddlr. The quickest match of the age wa The dead body of an old negro lurrildy mutilated, waa found near made here last Sunday. Mr. F.litha Bul her cabin, on Ihe Tate' Creek Turnpike, lock waa introduced to Mm. Kale Lynn,and In one hour and lire minute were man in Madison county last Sunday. the wa murdered Jjy tome Member and wife. Till a loots like business. Mr. of her own family (who are now under ar ltullock wat a widower of about Iwo month and ag(d about aixly. Mra. Lynn wat a ret!) for a email sum of.money. Henry Wallace, a young man of widow and about forty yeara old. They promise, haa in view the erection of a know how to talk. Judge O. W. McClure, firtt-clattcam flouring mill at thi place. who it alwaya ready and willing, perform It ia a generally received opinion that tuch ed the ceremony In oneof hitmott htppr an institution would pay well here, and tlyle. Peace and joy be with them. Peiuoxau Col. Sam-M- . Burdelt It would be a great conveninre, beside addabsent from home thla week visiting ing much to an incipient metropolis. I neuter and attending the DemAn election for School Trutleea in the l'alnt Lick Common School District, Mad- ocratic Convention at Lexington. Mitset lton county, wat held last week, and re- Mattie Williami and Kill Joplin have resulted In the choice of S. D. Adatnt and turned toine after an abaence of tome The former ha been attendC. S. Nield. A third it to lie appointed. five months. l'eter Howe, whom term shortly expire, ing school at Loulirille and the latter at would be quite acceptable a hit own suc- I'aria. Mrs. Chat. Nield and Milt Hlla a Brown, of l'alnt Lick, are visiting cessor. at thla place. Metsr. F. ITbomp-un- , I'al ltogert, who wat recently Indict Casper Williams, Charlea and Jamet ed by (he Jackson Circuit Court for the murder of Jamea K Isaacs, had an exam- Itcdd left here yettenlty for llerea to the closing exercise of tint Col lege. ining trial at McKee Ihe other day, and The Sundat School picnic held near allowed ball in the turn of $1,000, which lie gave latt Saturday and returned home. tliis place last Thursday wit n rery en Tbe prosecution wat not able to make out iorabie affair. The School met at the at clear a case againtt Itogcra aa wat in Church t 10j o clock wheie il waa organ iied into a projettion and marched to the ferred. A burglar entered the family room at grounds, a beautiful grove aonie quarter of Dr. S. W. llrown'aSunday about midnight. a mile Iroin town. After arriving on the Mr. Iiruwn waa awakened and alarmed grounds the crowd waa highly entertained addrett by her husband, when the burglar ran out, by an able bunday-ScboThe table wat cloaing the door with a slam that aroused Judge It. J. Breckinridge, then spread, laden with everything the Next morning it waa Ihe household. that the railroads depot had been moat fiatldioua appetite could desire entered during the night, but nothing bat which waa highly enjoyed by all present, been missed. It it conjectured that tbe Dinner over Ihe smaller onea resorted to thief waa looking for the ltailroad Agent twingi prepared especially for their en, joymentj while Ihe larger onea paired off (ho boardt at Dr. Ilrown'a) under the that he had the keya of tho aafe in group of two. hverybcKly wenl home about hit person. An attempt wat made delighted and felt- better over the aocial recently to enter one of Ihe aloret here, but union they had enjoyed together. t:h:o:m:.a.s HAY RAKES Displace all others. atvXPai IW JLliTp' Our Now Rcol has no equal. No troublo now to savo grain no matter how short or tangled. 150 Champions in tho hands of Lincoln County farm or s plainly tolls tho talo. Solo Agont for Lincoln Co. Ill SPRING ID SUMMER OF- - j ill cstiii NOTIONS. '& FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Lebanon Time. x (!. JVroiffi en if, Tho people can again gel their grinding done at Melvln't mill In a few day. Mr. Martin It making some marked Improvement! on and about hi residence. a The wife of Cham lliatt pretcnlod ldm on the tflli Inst, with a bouncing boy Chaui Jr. A thorough nveihauling of the depot haa made an liuuiente Improvement In lit "" 7 appearance. fix again, .r).rui Dowel and Mi Fluey Adams, friend be will toon be In a good wnt Dr. F. O. Young, of fancaater, K-- ": finding Ihe old felka relenlle, klpd out o;,c.gurr,b7,gl!,,utJ.d,"i.rrow,u, ., '.f four ilaya latt wk wllli lilt many frienJ ..w on Ihe night of Hie olh Intl. to a mote conlooka well, but Hie cold, wet wealher la Mtholt, died on MU. Alio. Ilcvnoldt, at thla iilacr, keeping It liack, while the llenalin fly ia teven iiionlht. Mis Lucy Crutehlleld, aged genial clime, reluming a, few dtya alnce Maillton, In J , wto it visiting nr auicr, Lur.. attuklug 11 recently. The acreage I ulnars, did in thltcounly un Thumlay, liuibaudand wife. Hi. larger than tlieaverage, but the yield much , Hemphill A Melvln have now under Mrs, uc.iioiu,ct,.i Muauburg, uiajajot l below dying Itlii to llila ilir on day list . Week.-A- ny . one full blast a branch tlore at Livingston . ... . . . . a. . . -C- oMMracwilT a. l In -- UutaviiLB AHII ClRClNNATI. . "" " "" nl. ' Loulavlllo tattle tell aa fallows : (lootl to who hat ever gone through one of these AlbtlgUUCb.lwm-aior.tablUli..j from liuianattielt a real rrntucyiou exlrahl)ert$l to $1.40; lsl biiLclier. oralt in UjhyIIU mh injuy thlt one In -,- K.y .ro .1, .Hi. T.i, fA.tr. !.fUU ';i V7'l5J.lo,'l?iV!ir,',c; "' ,,,, .., ......... . pmlir IhU llino will keep up the few Ja lot , $.175 to $1 10 for light to good shipping, m'u... .!,. - rv,,. Stir Htalr. bhreti Fair to extra slili'i.lni: $3A0 tu $1:1 erase, but like llteao of forty years ago. villi a fauilly, ami C'al ami l'rank lie!all fri'iu Tcnncttrr, cam. to Ililt.U Lrokrn. Irll Jo. Walcra if lie will ,"-'- ,, common $i.'Si to $.1; lambt go oil alowly al littA a lUantllr of Imaim tu take out line '' $17A lof5 for extra; common to good i lilac.) a tliorl liiue .inc. anil Ulrr.1 lo Mr. " in ,u,n.1 bun.rrd til I I vUtmt. On Monday night HUM H ami liair ten luumlt braullfiil lo $1.74 per 100 lb. In Clnvinnail -1 ia7yolf,f.leM.! J. treklblm jr. Carson, Hillie (Ireen, Uda Kdiutalon, Kit-o- f MM common to madlum $1 7.1 tu O.IOi Chamberlain speaking and detlverr of di- FrilUlo woik llitougli tho mniuicr, aiul ,,,t,' rattle ucrrcJnl In working lUciutrlrr. into Ml Without at plomat by IhiU lUelrn. MtoU.1, oh U tu illy iraierJaj. Mi. ' tie lllggtna, 1'auline llardiu, I.ura IWres, KiKxl bulcber $.100 lo MO: beat hluiir Tim lltll. girl Uby of Mattl. K. tb Ku- -i Yul-o- g IbnkluiluVtlsouoof looug Jennie KeuiHly and Mia. Jrmibi Hutchl- - $1 lo l7ft, common In fair ho,- $3.76 to tempting lo disparate the other aptakers, Frllti' tlcLt roniMcrably anJ thru working nhcMi aail history la tlill frrali lu lU . $1.10; arlecteil butiher fl'Ji lu $1 3ft. particular mention sluuild be made uf Joe llitiutrlrrt away from llila locality Wtwccn wMrbi. II. is II. Hanliu, J. I. niliul! of our traders, ilml laat Kri'lay al ArnMise'ela-- H. ; Shtcp Cumiuon to choice f 1 h. J lllgglut, J W Tharp, Mli. common, j,ioo Q $W). rliulftr j Kno. Atter the raritix tU luual hop two datf, Ira I nj air. K. wltb tU. Uxx lo Irklaml t). tthcr il liaul Inn a.loilM by hiuidir laava Ibal baa Uu Lbuu lb Uiulu Hulchtaoll, Tuesday night - liolJ, 'Iliry wml In lU illrtitlou of Ulan- - a klinl brarlril f unlly lu raisr. . at tie,uitu,' House Aleik l.usk aud hiiMelvlu i.uilbrtara Lrtiwlua t'rraa ltel " '" " Wiu. Tarr A Co, of Fayette, aol d last week 3)0 head of ilov-fe-d cattle, to bo de, llvered during the present month to George Ilecker, of Cincinnati, at $3.90 per hundred oundt. The Carothera, of Shelby, bought In thla county recently a pair of 10 band broke mule of John Ilrlghl for $100; 3 from W. T. (Irecn for $110, 1 from (1. A. Lackey for $115, and 1 from Will T. Hayt for $130, all good. I.eximiton Court Hay. From iOO to 250 cattle, prices ranging from -- J to 31c, prices dull. One bunch of SO head of mules brought $03 per head. A great many common horse aold at prlcea ranging from $15 to $103 per hea I. At a public theep ahearlng at Texat, May 17, II. Chamberlain clipped from lilt high-breram "Hub I.uik." live year old, 401 Iba. of wool Thlt It uiJ lo be Ihe heaviest llecce ever taken from a theep In the United Stales. The barrelling of Ihe wheat crop will be about over at the end of thlt week .The weather for Ihe woik hat Wen very One, and the grain hit been gathered In good condition. The yield will be far above the average, but not quite to heavy at hat been thought, we are informed. So tiucli rain hat fallen since spring in Norlhwcttcrn Indian lhat many farm-- 1 era have not yet planted their corn. Olh-- . era did not even get all their ground plow- ed, The acreage, therefore, will be below Mutli ihat wat planted did ine average. Win. Ycager bought of Dave I'rewilt one hundred acre of land, a part of the old Slaughter place, on the Lancaster pike, about 2 mile from town, at $33 per acre. A few aalea of wheat al 80 da. The wool market draga 40 da. demanded and only 30 Dnitvlllr. The Danville Dramatic Club gave a very niccenful entertainment at the Cliael of llelt Seminary on Saturday night. Two plays, "A Duel of Ive" and "Meg't Divenuou," and a profusion of talent waa brought out. My iKwilion It audi at to preclude a criticism. Out at (ioreiburg, in thlt county, the manageia of the camp meeting grounds are having built, booths, cottage, eating houses and oilier bultdingt. At tame placa teveral other brick and frame buildlngt are Carpenter and in progreta of erection. brick-laye- r are wanted, and cm get a Job by coming In time. Two bicycle have been in lown teveral timet thlt week, ridden by young men who have traieled on tlieui from They get long gracefully and seemingly without much effort, but are a terror to the old family home. A farmer' dame waa heard lo remark that "Old ltela wat a .steady nag 'till tho met lhat man on the cyclopedia." Death. Mr. Alfred Cohen, an aged and much resected clliicn of (hit county, at hit residence on Tuesday, 8th Inst., and wa burled In our cemetery with Manlc lvnorfc He llve.1 07 jear. Italpli ct. offered. Chat. Ferrill, agentof J. at IhU dcc, II. Kcrby & Co'a Tan-yar- d will remove eltewhcrn in August next. The community will regret to lose two tuch excellent people aa lie and hi pretty wife. 0. S. Campbell, the new It. it. Agent here, ia popular, esclally Willi llio ftir mi. Jlina Kilt Drown it Yitlllug relC. Creole aud wife, ative! in Kockcaalle. m Mis Celia D. Adams, Mitaea Ida and May Adams, who hare been visiting Mrs. C S. Nield here, have returned home taking the latter with them. Mitaea Anna Adams, of llloomington, 11. and iviuiua Ind., are the gucitt of Dr. C. T. Spillman. It. Is. Myers, of Mt. Vernon, wat with Dr. Ilrown'a family thlt week. Johnny Argo, of Lowell, graduated at Centre College, the present term, with first honors. Mra. Jennie 1 ledger baa recently returned from a protracted iit to Ihe Southern part of the State. ftlled. CAHKV COVXTV. NUt'KCIKr.K Jd Liberty waa represented at Ihe Hut tonville picnic latt Saturday by grettman (J. It. Wilkinson, II, Clay Can penler, Dr. (). II. Mcllobcrta ana .Mini Mattie Cofley. All tay lhat they never themtclrm better at home or enjoyed abroad. Circuit Court began on Monday, 7th, and doted on the loth. The two Important murder cane were continued. Judge Owt-le- y wat tick during the term, but hit place waa filled by V. M. liurdett, Kq, who pressed the business of the Court along almost ai well aa Judge Owsley or any other experienced Jurist could have done. Mr. A. I.lpe. who lias tecureU Hie mail route between this point and McKin- tier Station will, on and niter the Itl of July, run dally a comfortable wagon, well covered, and strong enough to War up un der a thousand pounds beside! the weight of three or four pawengcrt. He it going ta employ polite and courteous drivers, ami tajl lhat hi mall line shall I second lu nothing but the C8.lt.lt. Mr. IM Wilkinson, one of our bent farmers, waa forced to make an aulgnment yesterday. W have not aa yet learned what hit Habllitle or auett will be. Tbe general iuipreanion It lhat hit prorly will ' pay dollar fur dollar. Mr. Wilkitiaon it at honest aa any man living, ami we willi the encouragement of hit Llbrrtu. CARPETS, STRAW MATTING, Oil. CIIaOTIIN, A'i.. --- AT M'ALISTER & LYTLE'S. Wc rcspecliully call the of the citizens of this and ad joining comities to our mammoth stock which has been selected . - rv- rl , , - '"" IV1 til tilUlU I'lllU ,lUi v III - ... ;:S:..iu pa:- - trwX.X iSC'n f 'i,"r " Nr "" our largcaiul rai)i(lly mcrcas- " tlillie: illlil. IKUlUVlIIti lllill. 111(1 s Slllt UlU it mllfci VUlllO a n save you money on an aver- ae purchase, we. ask one and all r" .- 111!.!. ..... .... .. ..Illll- SIfll'K lir 1 UV 1 jlm, V!I1IIMH eol ul. - fore buying elsewhere. i11 11U- - tol McALlSTEU & LYTLE. 9-- H 1 , Th H rrrrf ftiii Iti.Uffin hi .oii.nii.r. IpAINTIMt VMt Ptrnt-IIUIIINIttomrmllr Srlrnrr. 'I UIKITTV. the happtat niwl most virtu, ns Hm New Orleans Tlmrt says Hint fresh meal after Iroinntne to sour. OK TVHiai Mmifci-ff- . society in whWi th h"lml the mos ittdii.trr ..t if Tk- - mall revnin has will sweeten If placed out nf doors In tm tmr liiwi, a,,..ll a.ih li.. .11 Mil. OAtVIN cmAYlUlAI. fta nntl wife Mt (wt tuRedicr, imikr (Mr riilu rtmvernl lu former ilbiiritlilnj; (ho cool air over night. m , rrtfll.ll. I.aaaa, Itl'SaaMSllMi TIME TABLE. 7T. rtflfftnlh4il.. SfSSr fliMMt U alr Will II.Mt-- ( ntklKlh. assaaya1 w mrasw in fcniait rmiperty ttsjcrtlif r, mvl with porfcet qriHiUton. Tlie moss Is molly gntli Keroscno will soften lioota or shoes lUroq, hflnmH,..H.lrSi- rwntliw nM lit-- ?. Mm! AN lata, vataannwi t.m.,1 . irt 'WIV T Pf-- i Taiak. ItoalaalaM. Kf inintSStl1iifcJfri mtMm, K- -. IN EFFECT HAHCH 0th. 1800. Ikh tna,ar CaVaaa June 18, 1880, sympathy ol uml, grjMlMte nil tMr'eral hy nrgrtx. Friday Morning, ,11 mi m .Wn m Mm hi Cypress mot. is width hare been hardened by water, Wtl,fhtftA. UN lljv. . SK rarrSall? haMlhal .a.1 naaltlrj mn Mm). . floor...... expenses. plans, ittiiilMm ami ilc- - i preferred, n it is the longnt ami and render (hem ns pliahlo ns new, PMIfr. .. Vlt ..ISflfd,- - tta. tOflllr WMIr sires, with reference to (Mr prrswl most tenacious of nil tho varieties, lllno ointment nnd keroscno mixed flrewn Hnjw It hrrr thr Nllrrr tr Arr. tiuma tuiRTii-ts- n nn . OITMUKUI.AIS'I) FALLS ! O VS ;mMiM At everybody liiu been informal by means nnd to their fntitro nnd onm Alter tho moss it gathered it Is placed in equal proportions, nnd npplled to mil, T I Umt ri-ytm ' Mall UTATtlHW lrlihrVtaW.ll l1.ra (n,, t no n sunny spot, and left n month to a A HI MKsaiir WlMIl AM' HAM Is nn unfailing licd-buWITH prominent Congressmen and othrr men Interest. Mptfat SUSS IrnarotiaH-ntI1rrr f 1 Ttmtfli- aM, I aailwa pnam-- l laairi. MlktF awtaaar public speaker! that the country Is Nothing delights n man mare than to the action nf the wind nnd weather, remedy, af-l,mm thi paWli l IS CM. l f--f ta. rsaStanmaa s ....I'V ivmi. .Wi-n- -J llM-iaai nminl 4oll, aim IM llolled starch is much Improved by Absolutely wailing for tlio silver dol- enter the neat little tenement of Uo At tho end of that limo tho grayish aRS al lui..ihmiiwi wlaa nmm ia tana. .iim aatlajt-H- t .. r ta.- I .H. i.ttNa, an, 7l lWkn.r lar of our father, ami ai the minti young people who, within two or bark penis oil, leaving the hair almost tlio addition of a little sperm, or n lit ItftTM.ftlimAfftrt. Offtrfffr1. ftspr , - Illilaml .. I. Mm nl .4 HtmM Trip TV IH- -. asualaiaj ..S RMSB. IV la.ta4atalllalatMM, a, B B. J'ai, ll ri r. ,jti"-'- .. have ceinctl niilliont of them every three yean, without any resources clean. Some of tho moss requires no tie salt, or both, orn litllo gum arable lfj..w. w ...... tlitMraii mt S p t ft nMtkr t. WVllpVr MSt.SSW .ft- rvfla--. . -. rW Fnn.. It ! ramouth eince llio pa(aga of (ho act hut their knowledge of Industry, hare manipulation, while other assortments disolvod. IWajaa il m I!,!! WImM, ml. . ...n.s tn Halt will curdto new milk; henee Itat,ffll.. milling ninety cents' worth ot cilTtr ijoinM heart and la-t- l, ami engaged are, in weight, moro than half dirt. akKiaar . . SS W.Ml,M! II ta rw ' tisntiiiiiil tasaafite It ..wi. s Ma, stost k tl nvtlii Mi. J at a ilollar we feel that wo are doing Iho to share together the responsibilities, Afer being (hut dried (ho material it in preflrlng milk porridge, gmvles, n-- r Wkll-Hi-S is IMftltSH- - ir.- 1 Tl ' Im f m Isfttsr. MrtMt, tilvtr lovers a tcrvIcA in Informing dutit, interests, trial nnd pleasures told to jho plantation storekeeper or etc., the silt should not lie added until SMi 4 li KkstPMtrs llttMM 1M iCtafc I tSSfcUsWll "APOLLO YOKE" them where the tlarlinc coins are and of life. Tlic industrious wlfo ii cheer- - to the cross-road- s If 1l . grccerynian, and the 'llsh is prciarcd. intMSn f'inrli'iintl. S 44 tVajaJliaa.. - ItaraaW M mwttmi I eoplo snore becauso they Ho with how In net them. Tlio llovernment fully empIoTlpe her own hands in the gatherer receives fiom ono to two V Wii.Ma ,. A fcVtVA.'XrC&aUM ,......,.. I..-- 1. ttuft ..., p.rfl ""i naj Clixa-- . domciUdilu: ' lm, liftn.l. 'jamasLgo, Cincinnati, Boston, Philadelphia, onler, tiicnding Jier liusland' clothes, qunlitr. Thesluiris baled nnd sent is consequently n dropping of tho un Rj BtMSir. l No. 04 1th Qtroot, iuain anirrii.xicsn. 0.ll h Wsf nMnfau Ult!NVII.1.1V. St. Lnult and Washington are full of or preparing the dinner, while per-the- lo New Orleans for manufacture. derjaw. To break the habit, tleep Eos rja-- h. -- Mtltse - .... k . - a.. a -f.iMMh " MbM MiM while twelve millions more ate haps the little darling sits prattling mi After the mots reaches the factory i( with the mouth closed and the chin iiir. .IliAtlt Ml.. . . . ...IkN STATIONS. -- aj. aa. a. K w. lltlrtv IV WkluSapr.. .. fiTi .AtaaatTi building in this Iho floor, or lies sleepine in the era' is subjected to the action of tho wash- low. in the. . l.a. qnalaiHll I . t Mlm SSSpM of- die, and ever) thing seems preparing er, which is a large cylindrical arPersons may outgrow disease and Wttiaaj city. Any one can get them by . SSI riionvuosML, " WIMSSiaiHwll ai .... . N IS fering their fare value in greenbacks to welcome the happiest of husbands rangement with n wheel inside, which liecome healthy by proper attention to riferilaa .. . ...... II t! - ; i. ii r. at either of the depositories named, or and the best of fathers whei he shall pulls the nioM hither nnd thither, nnd th laws of their physical constitu" KWwMtllV,.. ....... P. A It V. IKXJKKi:, . i' It AllKNT liH Till sa " lllta lltWa S tJst i SS '' M they can bo ordered through any Na. come home from his toll In cnjny the dashes It through a vat of boiling wa tions. IJy moderate and daily exer- Jaarlkm I IM llitrail.Mif at iKmltl. ............ .114" ttontj bank at the same price. Who- sweets of his paradise. ter and soap, until the ttulf is cleaned. cito men may liecome strong in limb ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Ikntllla JatMSIaaS... .. I It " tw XltKlanar .,! SI This is tho true domestic pleasure. Then it is hung out upon the racks to and muscle. ever will onler them will confer a IhiatlA t , HTAM-'OHIIK, " . love, abun- dry. This done, it is put Into the Jim " Kelative to changing the clothing, a great favor on the (lovernmtnt, for Health, contentment, .1 a st ... M llutn.Ma. " t'aailtliihl .... ., 4 H " A the coins are an utter nuisance wherev- dance and bright prospects nre all dniter, a fan mill, which entirely re it is considered hazardous to lessen KrK . II 1ill..l a llortaml iSmA.., . er they are stored. Those at New here. Hut it has become a prevailing moves all the dint that may have sur- its amount after dressing in the morn- Q S. MVKIIS, . iSM " Ifciyra sentiment that a man must acquire a vived the washing process. The moss ing, unless active exercise it taken Imha si York alone weigh more than four Arr. I a.ttaa.4S. ,.'ias hundred tons and take up a great deal fortune before ho marrici, that his conies Into the factory yellow in color mediately. No under garments should AT LAW, wife must have no sympathy nor nnd goes out inky black. The article be changed for lighter ones during the ATTORNEY of room that is needed for other pur(I) CWnftla wMh tH sllffnlo KWa far It m OsmimtU villi f.,C. A Nwth, KM rjrvsMVf-STAM'Oltl), I(Y., is then made up into hales, according day, ordinarily. The best, safest ami HTAM'OIIII, KV. IL 11V poses. The (lovernmeiit pays out share with him in the pursuit of it lt.ti.l K. C. wimK.H. (f KratiNkr lUvrff ImMc, nr Oiwiwt. il iLf KV rr liirru- atheso dollars as fast as it can, but ev in which most of the pleasure truly to quality, und lettered with single, most convenient (ime for lessening (he tVttf-ttmrt hh tsll JlrrnlP Him Mall OAr HAS HAD 10 YEARS' all. JbJc- - 1'blllpi I l IWI-lunla lk fwlh. tSMillispitt n4 Ntttlifl exists and the young married people double, treble, and quadruple Xa. clothing is in the morning when we cry one who gets them seems possessIrtliM I anltuVitiiitipral lMim aivl mla Waller A. WsmhI Mower, llraiwr ml I tkr tdti'frr It Sital, iikI Irtfii ff ItmibM cil of au insane desire to get rid of must set out with as large and expenThe highest grade, XXXX, can first dress for the day. ta IW tutSaiaa, aial fpfta faMfelral I h- -l I !. at lck Self lllmlrr. If VTA LI.Al'K R. VX RXRX. T. W. VA HKOV. tktrlt-NtM- iti. Mltl, IJt aivlWrtl Ibrwfti from the them; even (he father of the hill crea- sive an establishment as is becoming hardly be distinguished kVr Mle at tHnrttiil Naiiwiwa. Hiw A Philadelphia Grand Jury re pax hiyk lyrriiii: SAiiM'Anox. la. V WllMsIN, , mrm tn KvnB T. V. A W. K. VAIiXOX, ting them does not want them; mil- those who have been wedded for twen- finest and choicest horsehair. The commends HAUL W(MIDWAni. utml TH Agl the revival of the whip- ftti&is- "rrflateaJffit tl.. a.l.. m . aa... nta.! n.nall. it. lionaires and beggars, Congressmen ty years. post for crim inals. While," ATTORNEYS AT LAW, This is very nnhapps; it fills the louisinna. Seven years nre required I P'"K , nnd workingmen, no sooner get them ALL KISIa lis- M'l'AM-'tlllll- , say me jurors, incarceration to a ICV. community with bachelors, who nre for the growth of a crop ol mott after LLE ... than they make haste to take them . O Are la CWrt, Xsuira. rciiBiiive uaiure may uu painim ami LADIES' AKD MEN'8 WORK DONE, back and exchange (hem for silver waiting to make their fortunes, endan- a tree has been stripped. LOUISVILLE-&llilSHIhumiliating enough to accomplish all plea gering virtue, promoting vice; it de AM. M. llUlUlKTr, certificates, on tlio ridiculous the objects sought to l attained by O m Smalt nrghiiilna stroys the true economy anil design of that these are easier to carry and do RAILROAD LINE. It is not necessary (hat a lioy who punishment of any kind, yet in the AT LAW, Karatrluc NAtlj and I'tompllr Dla. not wear out the pockets and strength the domestic institution, and it pro palchaj. Prlrrt tow. learnt a trade should follow it all his case of a very large proportion of the TIUIN.1 (1015(1 NORTH. of (he owner. Of course (his is mere motes idleness and inefficiency among M'l Vr.IIMiN.IC1 . dangero is class of socie.y (he profemales, who ore expecting to be tak- life. (iov. l'almer, of Illinois was a Kilj balderdash; any man with the soul of allir April I.I ttanl country blacksmith once. Thomas fessional thief, (he well dressed pickWill prarllra his pralc-al- aa la ."J n patriot would rather carry a en up by fortune and passively susaaj la Ua (torn aJJolalac OmdiM, CliN, Tin ml l!r.u-rlillI. nitaamkl . man aw ITayne, a rich and eminent lawyer. pocket, the adroit swindler and con- SparlU roaatlMgltra la coli- -t lion,. at Arpraii, " lara.lf. .... .. II ai hundred silver dollars, weighing a lit- tained without any care or concern on Astluti i, CHMim . .i, r. fidence man, together with thote of a alto of Illinois, was once a IJllarlcai. ,, ism l " tT.blTTk.rJ I'.vul, tle more than seven pounds only their pari; and thus many a wife It at raltri a m A4 jak. n. M'.xiur. Krastus Corning, of New York, more brutal nature a short term of chas. a. iurdix. top U tsMt-W- l lh Ihu -f t .! I becomes, ns n gentleman onro remark about ns much at a doublcd-barrclleIM St. .. HARDIN' A PUNUP, Mir oir IMatVsVMft ' luatnk. JaaHlaa.. -.-at rtsMMf! irf IIJMttt too lame to do work, commenced as a Imprisonment in comfortable quarlcrt I At 15j I mtmm UtUf , tM ltst. sJ eitrtsMat, Li'm I " MllrUIUbarf. f4 ! gun than hftvo them replaced by a ed, not n "help meet," but n "help l ttt P. mmtmm tasM N1, shop boy in Albany, When applying with wholcsomo food it not adequate ATTORNEYS AT LAW, SI ff tl sf Htai iMa Itsata. aSKl til " sVfaMtakaTrpa ItI lataaWateaaH1 KU. tap IstaMf Mial pat t I eat. slip nl paper that is worth no more 4 It tV M nANVIT,T,K. KV. for employment he was asked; "Why, to obtain the end required. Criminal kmrnrn 4 as Ar laiMi JaartaMim l isWIcrf Kas ll httt--K Ml ltVTllI ! wiraiatap Ifcal TtM' 111 " tlNH.IUll J.Htl, .. thau a hundred dollar greenback. VYi hafa fwna- -l a f-a iu ISSI tat lur tba prartlr- - M Itultfratn Harrru Trcen, Btm. arsxtatHfr fsf IaMi. I.1 A ' ajttif1 k' M, aw.U, my little boy, what can you do?" punishments should be severe, short UwlaltH-OMirtaI? IS " imh.mii... liorlaaikllnllMfiMirfaf tMna TlwtBtil KHl IP stw sv eassstiiH. titl the men who love these dollars so A correspondent of the American "Can do what I am bid," was the an and decisive. Then the prison would Praia, sir. IlaMla wuiclfa Unt Irnllan ta Athe VsdhKVfU i.a K- AlfrTIXKH I I I .W W tt raara la lha Ilorla Courts. aoRHI a feharr af TU AINU (MlINn MIITII fcw U tJaCaftafstl kVtt f4 st) .st dearly send on their greenbacks nnd Agritulliiritl sajs: I wish to describe Ufpublic palronagt Offlftavrr HarrK ImrtaM A I anJ at tst, 4W4 ai M aiataJIUIssJ. . N !. swer, which secured him tho place. be sufficient to meet the require- irnnupa. Jl.tRMN A PUNLAI. m Ik n ibal clear the vaults of this mats of miital to you a method ot making fruit Senator Wilson, of Massachusetts, was ments." iv.nr CAUTION,pntsj prrtj tttw ,,.efis.n 1 ff !,." April 4. IS. Et.raaJ. that is of no uio to the United States, trees bear, that I blundered on. , T EE F. HUFFMAN, a PntjjlMlff li alaiut a shoemaker. Thurlow Weed was a I 41 ru'llll pra l.r. Maalol I piMP4 wMlXlLU IMN k AlHVk aHa. . I Mr. Ueck said a thing in the Sen nnd that no other nation will take at Pome fifteen jenrsogo I had n small (AT lllf. lll.Il XTAM US' HA oil A IULVNK) a tOTiJfMMliMllani,atisJ w " O.lillrrh.rJ.. ISI canal-boa. t (trM .! Stone, ate on Friday that will set plain peo i driver. - SIS SURGEON DENTIST, S Ar. Ililag.lw. .. ! apple tree that leaned considerably. N. Y. Herald. its face value. Kl. i:.t HTI, Lt. Iaai.lrr.... l" was a cabinet maker, which trade ple dunking. "I served on (he House M4lssax irel, jU-i- j. 1 drovei a slake beside it, tied n string Ar. Illrlnaa.. 4J HTANVOU1), ICY. f 111vsMir lt. worked at Committee on Ways and Meant for OB-Kt Ml klj Milu feirM, two Uaon iltofs UtatkmttlthM ffrnmiirr Afitfia. to a limb, und fastened it to the stake. Stephen A. Douglass also )Mr(lnarrUrrtraill f . Ill . M of six years," ho said, "I saw all the me jHffr uoiti. Plll.I.M.lX IMI.lCi: CAHS AMI Hr.AI.Kll IX When the blacksmith givss the an- The next year that limb blossomed m Ms youth. Largo numbers . MtMSa aSC III rurNtlroui OiUt (lit WutnUtrrtsl brn r Ta MnapM Llllla I'rt. 1I.HW-- . MnntfuaKTr qui ITU. vil quick lights blows it is a signal to full; not another blossom appearing men of prominence, now living, havo great monopolies and protected interirVaM kr IIKI UM ra, 11 IIIH lIC4tt-- 4 arnl Stw INIfaaa. ilKMi:Hll tIH.i(iMa(r a risen from humblolifo by dint of in ests of tho country struggling thero (o $U the helper to use the siege, or to strike on the tree, and ns Tom Hunker said, 1 C MOIUtAX, I. Is. K, quicker. KMIOHANTS, TAKK NOTICK I It set me to thinking," and I came dustry, without which, talent it as perpetuate their privileges. I have The force oft thc'hlons given by the to the conclusion that the string was gold coin on a barren island. Work seen tho ablest lawyers arcuo their TaliraaUlaarrr a raicTiTioxcu or twtntv blacksmith's hammer indicates the to tight that it prevented the sap ro alone makes men bright, and it does cases for pay, day by day some for vlth a Uvful lVtital nnaliif4tl.Ni. 1sai in 2.1(1 Mil.. Shortaat to Tama, htrni SPRING AND FARM WAGONS. force of tho blow it is required to give turning to tho roots; consequently it not alono depend on the kind af work salt, some fur iron, some for blankets, a UWral rnuih. lit lll aitruj trh rnnif Tliaa laarliaUSrf aa. rala lawrf lata hr ar (nrlat LanraMer.tost mualn mm wrrk. lUIrr wiarr ivaia. iiia.iN.iae the sledge. formed fruit buds. Having a couple you havo to do, whether you succeed some lor cotton, and for everything titer IxUrtoii.rolnit.Wa, HustoaiilsV. Ar lv UllUsuttu la Will Cnlir'arvUiiui lUrxl rajkiiu that is protected. Hut I never saw aUsttjHl. Aj-- HolH, Main 61 , Maaivtl, kj REPAIRING & PAINTING (incki:sr, c;iu:u'r.sr ami jii;st The blacksmith's hcljer is supjiosed of pear trees, that wcro large enough or not, it depends on how you do it, tassfelc ts ill m4tl one human being come hero to argue to strike the work in the middle of to bear but had never blossomed, I From the Table. In Mlsntnufl Kansas HJaI IrfltAtta, I.iwj, 3rtrit.ka, itssWMt. k..ii'.i IkiSI I IN MllliRT MlTIi I AMi inthe width of the anvil, and when this took a coarse twine and wound it sev iHtlj) suit f lusit lt ( hU tts M It hi- - iinl I tst According to the statement of the for a reduction of taxation in the ifn H.lnh Kan I triaiurawltsaitul requires to lie varied tho blacksmith eral times around the trco above tho Dcntttl Atlccrtiter, thcro nro in the terest of tlio producers and m, IVWmJ.1, anj KMlfraNt IUIW n frlTtJa, ,1) vi:iiy itr..sT.vrvi.i: fcaiwM, ix Ar, aJdrnw t 1 ATMulIt- indicates where tho sledge blows are lower limb', and tied it as tight ns I urti vim, an.ll it irt At United States 12,000 dentists engng- - of this country.'' r V J. AiTiiuar. At, IsMIUiltW f to full by touching the required spot could. The next spring nil tho top cd in hlanfcrtl, lij Wind's Safe tffccj acd Uw toe. The rigid observance of English I the profession actively. These Will. I'AY Tiro imiilaim apiiii rim 1 WARRANT ALL NEW WORK w U 1 f twsf Aa.lv rVrt tatkil with bis hand hammer. above the cord blossomed as white as lentist use in packing into the cavities rules in South Carolina Courts, and a Irn llTf lEJ latra. Alljr luia.l.rrM asasl J T ttrLuttt'm If the sledge is required In have a snow, and there was not one blossom i.Niis.i.siv ri is, - ra 1WM.TM IfciftTllt ARO of teeth annually, half a ton of pure neglect of tho tame on tho part of 4B-Crab lifrl..rJ, Kj, lifctifsaatyns. I motion while descending, the ed below where tho cord was tied. I lateral as tiosii UUAIIANTKK gold; nt which rate it will take only Mr. Petigru, gave rise to the follow'ull SATIHVAUTION arihti i tti oiMit isVLl.lMJAWinrrfteJ blacksmith indicates tho same to the have ticcc tried the experiment on t'iHwifiriruKr three hundred yean to bury all tho ing passage: "Mr. Petigru," you havo -l- it iiLar Wfa" kMliP lU Wtr turn srliu.helper by delivered hand hammer several trees, with the same result. I gold iniNd 4 tlrUM aaj hr4.Wf in the United States into the on a light coat. You can't speak.' HAS UMMr s4 Uvrr,Pirf, .erB blows in which the hand hammer think it is a much better way than gravc ynnti provided the produce Petigru replied: "May it please the REMOVED WARNER'S 3AFE 8ITTEHS. (Iltanipanll iaj Writ a. VlilH UIVlrra. OFFICE I!iniMONr, Ya., April 20, '80. 11 hi thatMt llltMMf motes in tho direction required for the cuuing on mo roois. in eariy sum- - from n,,r, ceased. Future genera-me- r, bench, I conform strictly to the law. wry laiMthMt ia mmt ttriHrt aii Mlmoltua IIOUIVtlllil.lNII a IM bfsmiiltitd and TO- TU UttM t'r0Mhrs1 rtf lli1llti; athl ilf sledgo to move. Ulbua tWmtttln all iliMuri. taflia aiaaliSai eay June or July, wind nttrong tjon,, may finJ the most profitable Let me illustrate: The law tays that Ilrara arYaf Minna BrtAl tailiPf rWi4itlHtiBrfnat qvrttlea ' Ubtri t4 gu ,n IpI IImi kni mlHtMnatiB. imi tii inn- fthln llif Kimiiiis Oier Oiikler HIcRln', 4IHir lltstsmtawf (IisMi W tirvllh, nrfal is nnj rrt -. tho blacksmith delivers a heavy twine around the tree, or a single . r If l r. iiisii. al laiwaistXiM Wat atvj JtsaxjtafilM Ultra In rtrr. utrt mines in aucicm grave yarus. inote the barrister shall wear a black gown liypPkriMlM. flu luratlrr Slrrrt. Mow upon the work and an interme- limb and tie it, the tighter tho ltiiitMiitatVt A IlbM nllwi imwhitin l CVMMIsllltsM,lMiMits,lM-Hbetter, people who have a horror at tho dis- and coat, and ynir honor thinks that alswHi ttaNtMllMl thole all, U lh tmny ikud a lls.lMs II Cll'lbjrll Httl IIIHrta li t diate light blow upon the anvil, it de- and you will be blessed with the result. turbing of tho grave should have the meant a black coat 1" "Yet," said JU unuiiHiHt ptt pii ppass. ti.-- r ptfi regular ! Bna rmmmtr iumsiib m IMUm id iw ti4H lUJann) AlWtfhaiw tutJifti ami It int lmnrv Ifiru. ftsftatui ftl.a S5J3l31a3I! lltttlstf 111 ktUtttuMI satralttlsaji (I Ilka. mk.m notes that heavy sledge Mows are re- The next winter, or spring, the cord IMI V . WARNER'S SAFE NKMVINC . " 1.. . teeth, with gold in (hem, taken from the judge: "Well, the law also saya ' --Hmi" ."" isuardrnaiillafrcvHtvijiar llwr daflna lb Cncklri, ..lttap.lhlitihau(vtpsl quired. IIsmjIimI ami flrattrMlalta. kfvvpttip I tsftVf Ut Ml f Musatba. I tAS4.au! Tfla TlrkHtv a( may be taken ofl. THE (hall wear a cocked hat INTEflfOR JOURNAL the jawt of the dead, and upon each the sheriff Nl Juha III. .. Livr vIm ..,- ttllt?pll lla.pfl.1 lissVPNtraMta . A 40 -- ACRE TRACT OF LAND, If there are (wo or more helpers IsmlliMt ttrtiMtiiil itu l i &raiva tlrmk, anj inntTTrr irra antriM isriutTr, uU alfi"l lo rt wtMk,iMnall..i .' ar iltsUit-- tisM, it turn (III ItrUlsrf SIM. .ll U smi llsss While sleep is the "season fur nil tomb stone should be cut an affidavit and tword. Does your honor hold Oa Pin Vfnk Uttwni. .IJarM.I to llt iHalw-- a of akJtsttlUtMtU tali tho blacksmith strikes a blow between ft MIH PUi a4siaa4. I ha I RlM Malra of some good and true citizen, certi- that the sword must bo cocked as well UlMJntira, irn (h? ll.ldWirf )IL IWavmIsmi . l n t f ('ijarra tka uiUu, lurbNl Snr w rsira if ra -w ai wMUsrUfcfii UirsVa, each helper's sledge hammer blow, the natures," it is injurious to curtail tho fied as twin inn i an run tisMiiiHtn iH t jaiM-ar- ? suwtuaawitvsjaiani ,r. v or.ill.w, tuch by a lawfully authorized ns tho hat?" He wot permitted (o go nxt. object beiug to merely denote where hours of rest. For farmers mid those officer, to the WARNER'3 SAFE PILLS i3t n. t strrt.nv. aoao. effect tha( such citizen on. ki B Ihl aUatlt. ftlliiitil.. AN Pil llUlaaMllAl tanfor.1, kjr. who live iu localities where people ttJfpUtlyr tttftt lllf OMUTaaaPt, Pf IMPal. BU' the sledge blows nre to fall. U Itnici', Plata A Itoiuitl Trip. INWH HplarU, sVUfa A man who firmly lielieves (hat a A, L. lUtr. cau retiro at 8 or 0 o clock iu tho was present and witnessed tho exl"iaf A. T. XIHMKLLKr. raa 1'roiis I'iiii'lHiiiitl, O. When the blacksmith de!res the sVMt ' J kMm t J MitPtuvrtbt. evening, tho old notion aliout early traction of all gold filled teeth from second flood will come next Novem Witts. TO sledge blows to ceae, be lets the hsnd UrlciV fwti sjuraia the jaws of the dead person whose ber to cover Iho whole face of the MISh'HAI. Sl'RlXOS ASO SI UHW IriaKliaaBaWtara riing is still appropriate. Iiut he who artl 'l hammer head fall upon the anvil and is VV f" aWt fcaffctsUllr ISKSOKTS, taatraaaa Hkal earth is building an nrk nt Helena, kept up till 10 or 11 o'clock, then grave this is. loelaJlaj Slsca initlldii. aura htrvutj af wh " Ps " tlHi " 30,(100 Itl'SIIDIS continues its rebound upou the same it'll IMT, PTtsaaa PI mmmWrrm 1bbbbbbbb1 am rises at 5 or (, becauso of the teaching MN .. ar.kto f Ifeafc A poor Irish woman weut to a ven Texas. The craft will hold fifty la .i an.i wri.tnii until it teases. with food fur forty days and for risriiNKATr, ' of some old ditty, "early to rise, is erable priest in Boston (he other day, FREE FHOM SMUT, 4C. H.H.WirHfLCa, T lit Thus the movements of the hand PI "sssa committing a sin against his own soul. says the J'ilol, and asked him to for ty nights, and he will take passengers lrttarfttf. 420-- u FUEC3ASE3 AKD CHANSCS, FREQUEHT iiai.i: a .m'.m:i.i.i:v. EOOHIMLK, N. Y, hammer constitute signals to the helplUlh Alain tf.ttlui a., ft) ll.' Kvery other vessel, ho ex OuMta urtnt There is not one nian-t- n ten thousand ward to Ireland her help for the fa- at rM. ut rarU.i er, and what appear desultory blows iWl hulsaiTstfnu II . I. who cau allord lu do without 7 or 8 mine suflercrs. as. I. "How much can you plains, will lie wrecked. He had bet..iiw..mwmmh . to the common observer, constitute IUkx. Itawrr. II is ter be making preparation! to fight hours' sleep. AH the ttuff written spare?" asked the priest. iiW....:. ...:. Ul "1 have II i; betho method of communication .. llralinJIl4laM. It M tl about great men who tleep only three 8100 saved," she laid, "and can spare lire. 7 IS Illului. ... . in tween the blacksmith and his helper.: 11 U Now as Complete as any Print-in- n IUI ri4lnfH... m ... 21 ts "I move (he previous question," or four hours a night it Hiocryphal. that." The priest reasoned with her, Jnlm Aluai aiat&if IIS It IU ..- 1.11. al II w Kiuibt Establishment Outside They have put iijwii tuch small saying that her gilt wst too great forM'1' n 'lelegate to a Montana conven Dyluu Out. II M 11 IS Iiliillon . . . .. Uir.r Ikra and prospered; her meant; hut the was firm in her tion. The Chairman "If the chair or the Large Cities, allowances occasionally Milium,'. . . ... Ti"s" 17 til It there ever was any real Mllll.o' hlna II M It ts It would do her good to recollect right tho question was on 14 UU to tho nomination of Mr. Tilden hut no man ever yet kept healthy iu purpose. N.lur.l llrl.l.-a-. ... .... MM IU. M.I ll IN Itr.nrjr Hrjia. .... .... II n I. lor drinks. Thoso In body and mind fur a number of years know that she had bellied. She could adjourning by the Democrats, it is rapidly dying II SI II II IUO 17 U la id lnii......... no, fam-lie- s iavor say yes ; contrary-miuded- , out. It tokt as if the whole countr with less lliau seven hours deep. It rest happier thinking of tho poor Aluui hvlny. H II W liu tlurktaMtfa H.III...WM. . . il ai ISIS Staple & Groceries, 'lyi "" early; then if she had saved from hunger aud The chair was about to announce the had determined tu accept the tltua- - rou rctIre I'rlcos for Worlc aro as Low ILx k Kiart, hitlii(a "t IU 1M (vMirffrrin.. xu t set to bed till late, then rise death. The priest received her mouey unanimous resut when he noticed the llou, aud base its hope of future J'ou Hall falcliur 11 11 I.M (VB In Cincinnati or iiii.rHfiuQ Aluai riln), ., 15 an V III ,nay " M proper tor one man with moistened eyes. "Now, what It room was empty Sl.ul.lua.. . jeace and prosperity ujon his elec-- wle- It IM II Ul liOUisvlllo ! PltlMlii,! r.itliiKL..... . 14 Ul SI Ml tlou and inauguration. The day that to rise at 8 at it is for another to rise your name?" ht asked, "that I may .., hwral rii.liiir...WHH..M. II Ml It IS Gen. llelkuap, Secretary of War Tb puttie ar lnluriut?J Ilia. I a Kwrrl I a.l) 11 mi kite 1.11 hirlh.. . ntfi. Let the bull bo lung at least have it published." "My namel" linds him uoii the eastern portico of 11 M V.rlrlr fMlii... IS Ml under the Grant administration, it Large Murk iof iltnaJa at wy alurf ruvitii, urar Iho IV.II.alialAil. S4.itii(a.. II iw ISt) vtpH, in a Arim. rraituauuf i before your public ap- - said the brave toul, counting over her the Capitol iu the act of taking tho thirty minutes . aiu, 15 al u II ts quoted by the New York 6'mi at havifmi . .. U.jfi.'tata It u HI Ul oath ot oilice, will lie tho most ido- - pcarauco. Physicians say that a tutl money, "don't mind that, sir. Just ing declared to a federal official In OBOGERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, rlna- H'ttlJlttlliar It It All de" Jl,mP uul "' be'1 Kives Irregular tend them the help and God will I.AWVKIWMIBIKW. rious day this country hat kuown "IW uallwllnl .Ir.ljll nlra, aJJ l la lliall. that city, last week, that "Gcu. Gar ' takw "",lr know my name." lUTAliMlUM, ClltC'UMUS siaiuii am tinea its foundations of government n,otiou to ,l10 I'"1"- Boots, Sboei, Uats, Clothing, field It the mott corrupt man Iu TkltciaforiiWal ill irlnfhltWa hu(Wiit ' AIXV tu0 ddeu risiiig. lliareuMtrjr. o. I'lUMUIAMUliS, were laid. Say what we way of Mr. ,0 Ket IIUTKIW, N0TNr. caruMt't . r. A , UurUwlt,U. hat America. He would 'steal Heaven's QUKKNBWAHK. QLASSWAltK, Tho ('incinuatl Vimmtrciul " Tildeu as au individual, it cannot hoi UIUKS, lUIllijI, TAOK, KNVIilil'W. FISH, OYSTERS AND GAME livery totcrvo the devil in.'" i'mj uuo ii tiiu uig iivi-- hi vuiiiur- been very bitter In lit criticisms of caM that he it not a imtriot, a itutet- I.KriKllllK.U.KOTl;limiH,llll.tlllUIW. by the bauds of General Garfield, becauso he refuted THrrfH'i'O, CI SHI. , ula has lieen MM IN rilllUSl.AKllN A down-towxllcenian found a aud above all au honest msn. NTATKUKNTtl, IIM'Firrn, aUISHUXAa, limn, To accomplish this It required to put wood pulp, which entert into man. A I.WUIKM'mil.Ulir' l'ret-Mencloafer last week on the wharf asleep, lie liolJs a higher claim to tho WITNU)Ui(r.UTIU'ATIU,ll(lili, i.iciuoitw. days, not chop- the mnnumcturo of pajior, ujiou the fic men twenty-twwith hi mouth wideopon. living at than any other cititen ol the 1 nil! uUi tiu nil llu.i. u( win 1 in tin. WKIlliINO IMVITATIHNH, ping, hut with long augers, luring it free list. Hince hit nomination the ANIIAN a loss what charge to make, tho serRepublic. Ho hat been ftirly chosen At 1'1'NKIlAI.MirilHri, the trco was completely Cummertial declares : Upou thorough down. After geant suggested that he charge him by a majority of the eo(o In Gil the no ihwiiiiiuk'SADDLEUY & HARNESS - l.TC . tnv Endless Variety of Sundry Articles. severed, tho veteran stood still investigation wo find that wo can get with keeping a rum hole open withPresidential chair, and it only reA'l TIIIH 411 imm: lo fall, until by ropes, along for a lew weckt without pulp out license. mains tor them to uoiiie forwuid acd KkaiaPlaBBV r1! .. ft. AT T pulleys and sutlgrs, the enormous on tho frco list. Tho way to get the Wo Chh lio Botitim iu say he shall not bo again deterred A 1MMII.Y MIITI.V STOKIl iirtfiriVZ' Seieiite truuk was brought to I bo earth. This article it to takon buckeyo log, grind A writer in LowPiIcoh niul 1h E MILL PROPERTY forSALE Irom assuming It. There is a latent tree was fouud to be over 600 feci it on n big stono and make yourowu Uoitiv, tays that for painting oil It a.al I will krru, liU IUaallr4iaif tvwll.lu noHtloHofWork. hojio lu tlio heart ot eery true Demtsil a in white satin, theuaoof a little white '''"".' ".' " Ml foet In circumfereiice at the pulp. long, 'Jlah for Garfiild, pulp or up ib.i urr4. .i iiir ocrat that the shame attaclietl tu the Iiaia Mini itiai.t tn IIiA ttfivtf linarf IINIMIAII-IMriUlAlTIpulp." of egg with tho color will serve both -- 3L.nsrE.lALIIAIILI'MILI. present usurpation of the I'reiidcncy . 1"!"1." aflalliHIu.ail.l will awl to prejure the suface and alto to give naHLaJtitllM.Tia. IJliM, alt wlbarlnalarMai. r.w ai Ono even quart of lifted Hour bono , ' be cleanly wiiied out aud tho To Waxii n A Cull wlion in nootl of anything u biocklNiis. shall Uun rru nvi.iiii.. .iiaitlj anHUMlbtaualiaai, COUNTRY PRODUCE tho palutlng a soil, glasy appearanc-e- . our lino will oonvinoo you of TLraaajrulll. ar ii,wr(.lh.ra.r rwaaj) Oua .tl All lti(iinlrl,,K Douu raa couutry lettored to IU natural order J Put a tabletpoonful of salt In a ijuart pound, but when mule Into bread by W luraiulllla IbaKMtla, Imiiiw NoiUhdkh tlio truth of tlio nbovo. UlN))Atuh. The (.applet man iu the world is the stockings noak iu a young wlfo whcee mother lilt always and excellence. This can not be done of water. lrr.arr,aaniali-iilliiui.aj r.llrwK Ala. In mu. arlUuiHanaJ lauwl nuii.y.i. wiu.U4 I a...urJ, niwu. .."i,"". tho election that for ten minutes, aud then take been allowed to do tho cooking, it tlio 0110 with lust wealth enough to or ImI. auuJ uUilw. .u4 r.Jllll.li ,ki imiU U tuoro tScctually than by V, iV.tl.TO., .ri W. .a.b.a..M. dnlirJ. ttlll ?H lu. Uilll. ur an liana, r I all oud IwifrWrafion of Bsuiucl J. Tilden. them nut, and wash la snap and seems to weigh about fifteen pouuds, Icivsii litiii lii ai.frila. mitl j-uitt rliililreil Ikpai lalhalr fall falua. t jf MAV1M " " 1" 4 Oornor or Main ami Lmiotietor Ht., T. H. WALTUN.Jr.. TruHlsliir. nl.lf iu krulnrkr ui rtavav AJJiJ... ' uoughto rotktthim imlutriou. slj-l- f Yeoman. mm 'water. (I1M K. I, tHIMI, loul.tllla. Ky, tayi the Philadelphia Keux. Iin4fr .r ilia Vupoi BtsnforJ, Kontuoky. . inferior Journal Arirlv-mi- f It state IQ. H. 33IH.TTOI3, STAWFOEE, K llt lrl .... .... . !.li - IS" 8S "sr !'.. "' trr Vw''"S - t .nrs.wi sTjiBjcaiii w LOUISVILLE. Ie leooTASiioi: n t irlia. J L.A.WILLSON lMail.. (). i ....... ... roM)i:si:n timi:. If ATTORNEY D. F. BASH. (,!. SURE CURS Sn rl pt ia llt. MANUFACTURER Il fr.!!.,., ar fr AICICI.KJr.S. DENTIST, KlTi!r1Ii:.S. vh "T7VJSJNP2I1X lO LIVE FOXES1 tiii: lr. S. 1. 'iui; CHESIPHMIOy., rlr - Passenger Dopartmont. HIS '. i. FOR nr r. lw. lto JOB SEASowoF DEPARTMENT, (r (ai f'j J. N. DAVIS' ,. lpiillill ...... Harris&NunnelleY Fancy YAK1ETY STORK. " ... w " 3u:atanihhovisions. - .TTTT T, winiw, ivro. - OIiD PAPERS ii:.th ii:u uot .... '? '".W' am w&&4$w k " E''IRSeys; iW 1. Wltk