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Una WA.I.TOW, J1!, 1. llUlttNhM TllltMH roar.. mim .11 M -I iMirr,in (!;, M The Interior Journal. VOLUME IX.-NUM- 'HATES OF ADVERTISING. 3 t ' Hna.ll oukjoii orrmr. is complcte laatorrparrtralari aa.l anr Jna liMOM-og- Ta- Trwwl Kw I W 1 1 7 SO" I 1 iooiaiiinaniaio. rrlaoatoaalltnallmoa. AX rlfi I it if BER 18. Tlir IHilnJtitputurhnirf The story going tho rounds nf the Kepublican papers nbout nn eagle alighting on Hen. Garfield's house nt the very moment that he was nomi nated at Chicago it n very pretty one; but the only foundation for it Is tho fact that a sparrowhawk rested on the ridgepolo fur a moment, l'osiibly he was looking for a Credit Mobilier Admitting tho nuthen grasshopper. ticity of tho omen, tho eagle should hnvo liecn departing from tho homo to mike the Ilomnn augury good. Hut even then tho omen would hnvo been fat less ominous thin others. Tnke the letters of the alphaM in their numerical order from one up to twenty-six- , spell nut the namo of each candidate and number tho letters In their regular order, and wo have the following astonishing result: WI IS I STANFORD, KY., FlUDAY, JULY l."lf(i' ,Vifiinf0Hi Garfield's nomination was undoubt- cilly one nf the worst the llepublicnns could hnve i.indo. We say one of the worst, because Colfax's, Patterson'!, Subsidy I'ornerny't, or lloss Shcpcnlji might hnve been ns bad. Mr. Illain, notwithstanding the Mulligan buil- nets nml various other scnndnls, is not to be mentioned In tho same category. He was never convicted; Garfield was. No committee nf Congress ever reported that ho bad committed perjury; and ho waa never declared a bribe taker by the judgment of any court, a declaration which the Poland committee ma le fur Garfield in one case, and the Conk County Circuit Court in another, Garfield's nomination puts in issue the hypocrisies nnd ventlitics of the era of Christian stalemanship, when men like him prnjed and stole, iniillcd and pocketed bribes, until, in 187-1- , the people rose in utter wrath and swept the Ilepublicnn party into n minority. That judgment will doubtless be rejieate.1. The Chicago Convention invited a repetition cf tho judg ment when it hoisted the Credit Mo bilier ticket. Garfield' nomination is alto n tri umph of tlic Ohio or Hayca type of Itcpublicanism over tho stalwart arti cle. Itwaslikotho touch of death tn the remnants of the party in the South. There I lie old guard has practically disbanded. Stanley Mathew or Hayes himself would havo been more welcome to tho Republicans of that section. Neither whites nor blacks can perceive any reason why they shoufd support a man who guid ed Hayes into the lictrnyal of 1877, who upset Packard nnd Chamberlain, and who offered tho entire Federal patronage South in payment for Confederate voles fur himself for Speaker. Tho stalwart l'epublicans have bad enough of Hayes, and they arc not eager tn undergo tho same experience with Garfield. Garfield must lusc a largo percent age of the honest Ilepublicnn vote. Ho will not draw a single recruit from the Democracy, and it is absurd to suppose tint inde pendent voters, seeking mainly moral purity of administration, would go to a mau whose record is blotched with such offences. His nomination wat n colossal mistake, and the party understood this in torty-eigh- t hour after it was committed. But it i im pcutiblo to correct it now, and tho lie- publicans who ara quietly agitating the withdrawal of Garfield in tho face of tho enemy have been plainly told that such a move would only be adding a second blunder to the first. GarNew York field will stick and sink. 23, 1880. nur,tii imriiotiK WUOLENUMI5E11437. rb?i i em Mo s:k sj m'iiiw'iim tW 1 icilnli 1 $sn SIP.? II a IIIOi DMII Ml m ml it ft l s , 4vl to , a Afl'ltllfltlATJWltA KJ II HOIlaa. A :;. - Wli HirfrW' lrttrr.f..trtfptnurr he. Cttmmittff tin It stmulil Tulhi J fun. Mfrnp jViarVi'a lliwirttml alkm, lhriftirH iwn lrn Mlinla. han-l- Itaio Ilka tbla .laaaaaaaa. frMI hoarta, liaa felt Ii ami rrl- f Iht .Viiioitff HqmUirrm Of- -. Mm whota laM of oroor aoaa aol IIH; Mm ofcam lata, Mm who aplalooa ll1 a old, M.n hara honor, Maa ohoolll roil II. 4.oiagnf oa Mr n l tan alao-- l Aa4jIaaii hla trraik'ro attaraa ollnoiit - n.ra olnt In, Tall naon, ahallraaL.rtlli fn In laiUladat- - atfl In f Irata thinking, tor )UI lb rakMr. IH lk.tr Inaml-.a- rn Tk4i lirgo oaMooaa and Iholr llllla .lao.tr. llngolo nrlStk alltir lo ' rroojom oarf. Wraoat mWo too larat, an-- l walling Joallro .Iff pa lllm .IlnthrrIII olio - II v. nf llio publie tchool of San r random n few day ngo, a youth liulilili'ng nrrr with high spirits, vio lated n rule, nnd was sutmnnned lo tlio liar of judgment. Willi many win nml tears lio coulcss. iil llio soft lm?nclimciit. "Have llic iiiotlicr called (earlier rcninrknl, with awful nml I lit maternal ominous .ignlficanco. ancestor appeared on the following iliy, and, niter Mug duly nml pul-licl- jf informed of llio llnRrniit drench of ilifc!l!nc licr ion had Imm guilty of, nan tfiietnl to my If the would piuilali him lifrnflfor hnro the tench-r- r attend to llio nmttrr. Hhe preferred ih'o Utttr con rue, and urged that tlio Mot l well laid on. The next ilay nni apjiointnl fur tliclligtllallon. At tho uaual hour furtiirh unpleasant nfTairt,tlic youth wat tummonrd to tho front. He cntuo nith a hang-doliMik and tome trepidation. An oration on yruthful frirolitiri harlog Ihtii duly delivered, tho wat to extrnd hit hand litiu-atan npraiinl ruler. Ho refuned, and in with the uiunl cuttom in jour !y nidi caei, nat tpread ncrou the kneef, nml the puniihmont wat' adminUlerttl in nnother quarter than the one originally intended. For ioiuo untxplatueil reatou the mott hlowt fell without the deairol rllrct. A tout illation oi uialo leach-i- n emued, nml tho offender wu tn a privale room nml hit . waidrnlic tubjected to n rigid On tho Interior of hit blfur. cateil garmeiitt, at a locality of great ttralegt-liea- l iniorlance in such an emergency, nam thick llannel liahy'a Iroek tecurely attached. "Who ew nl that on V deinaudcd tho principal in n voice of thunder. ".My mother," niitncrul, tho Imy, with iirokeu toU. Tho tcacberl hurrieilly comulted again,tiutriictd the Iwy never to reveal the cireuniitnneo, and ent hlru Somthnw the matter to hit ttudien. lrakrd out, I 7fii f'tfair f tlaa'ar i.lirL, "I'm huuger and ragg and heart-ticteacher'a exanil-nation- ' k uiuttcreil a tramp yctlcrday, na ho tnt diiwn for on tho whnrl at tho font of a tun-Kit(litnoM ttrcct; "lint it't jutt my I.Kt fall I got iuU Detroit luck. jmt tun Imura tn late to tell my vote. NoUnly to hlamr. Found a big :il let on tho ttreett In Decern. her, nml four jxilico came up befuro T.uck again, (lot I could hidu It. Lnockiil down by n ttrcet ear, but there wat no Opening for auit and damage, became I not drunk. Jutt tho way. Mil tiailt were nay I knew thcra'd be n rise, but iliinu. 1 didiil buy and bold for tbondvance. ten thoutnml dollart nut. Allut (Halt with mo way that twcuty-liv- e went up iwr cent, but I hadn't u red pano mi hand, except the pain In my back. Never knew it to fall. Now lumlicr'a gouo up. and I don't oven own n fvneo picket to realize on. .lust mo again, Fell in the river tothcr day, but in tte.-tof pulling mo out and giving me a hot uhiiky they pulled ma out and told mo tn leave town or I'd get Now thn bounce. Thai' mo again. I've aeltled down hero fur n bit of real nml n tuooze, but I'll bo routed out In lets than fifteen mimitea and I know It. It'll Ik) jutt my behnugod and Iut 11 i iuck i Ho iettle.1 down, .lid hit hat hh lace, and wa, jutt beginning f.-- - , r,M opeilllllC MOW wc,8'' ln "' raltlo.1 down .... I.I.... recently .uggelclln knew it I knew ill" .houted tho tiiecch of a distinguish! Masta- tho tramp at ho iprang up and rub-- ; . cu",cl" OBB"r ",u bed tho dust oil hi. heud,"I said It all t l given hcaring- -I can promise :... n... ..l ...,i I !... .i. ,"' 'I'8 th.cml,,,,l,.'1!ike,,,e J.'""', hogshead had como along with ,n,l''r "S ,frflU? and jammed me through tho .lurR Athenian Old uuitrd by combing out A sailor, who had liecu a very I'ro-.i.- r, ion i,,,.!,, ... .i.e rMenco of the lane man, ouced nailed up a card on Kgyptian hosts, I shall be found at the locker in which the pots nml pans ' tuo (ron, 0f mj ice(niLlican ojluinn, wtro kept, on which were printed mrrvln.? confide.. tn i). boiria of these line of Cowper: voter bv tho cooluess witli which, in I'ltrbllla lujrUool laltaar Ilia Ulval bufrruia hottctt of the fight, I shall bring out Uulrl auaaM toaaib IrlSIn tuiiua from time to time tomo of the treat, Ualutalu jrour rank, tulsarlly itaflMii Tiiaaaar IturllUvr brara, Hlllalwr wlM. ures of a cultivated mind. on oul4 uol awaar uuu your 14 or UoalU' I reman, gentlemen, your fellow IUflal' jrour Makrr now nijjr lo. our Uralb ' ' Thcto lines were couimitlej to mem-nr- y citizen, Jamui A. Oauhki.d. by nearly till tho crew, and tho Mentor, Ohio, July 12, 1880. aird servwl frequently us a reminder. New York Sun. .l .!.... i. i.k.i,..i ., " "r the other hand, if culture and to1 ,.nflclaMicnlnttniinenU nre tn have any .i " "' On "'"l . ..,. My nomination by your Convention nt Chicago wan un expected; I had not even cnntcmpla ted tlio jmatihilily of III being made. A very diitinct recollection of cvenli in my own public career left no room In my mind for tho tuppotitloii that tho political parly with which I am acting oould, under any circumitan cea, riik lit inpremacy upon my can didaliiro. After the moment of weak net in which I contented to allow ray name to go liefora tho delegalei, my first impulre wat to withdraw. That Impulto bat recurred with augmented ttrengtli nt variout timet during the paat five wecki. It It ttlll ttrong within me Nc?erlhclc, it having been represented to me that withdraw nl at thit time it impottible, I have reluctantly decided to accept a nomination that wat untouglK and unraveled, and to enter Into a eanvan which my better judgment deelaret to Ira hopclcu. In accepting the nominal ion of tho Ilepublicnn parly to be rrrtident of th c United Slatei, I expressly disclaim retpontibility for the result, if unfavorable to the party. Having candidly defined my position in regard to the canvau, It be comes proper for me to touch, with equal candor, upon tho leading iisuea that will engage tho nttcntlon of the people during the next few months. In June, )8f8. ns Is shown by the record, ami Is decarcd dy the report of llio Itepuolican Investigating Com mittee, known as the 1 olaml Committee, I received from Mr. Oakes Ames n cheek fur f.'!29, living a divi dend on stock held by me in the Cred it Mobilier of America. In tho confusion of n trying moment I tworo that I never owned such ttock and never received such dividend. When it was shown that the money In question had liccn paid me, lieyond the posihilily of a doubt, I requested Mr. Oakes Ames to consider it a I now retectfully nik the loan. voters of tho United Stales to take that view of tho transaction, and let it go as a loan. On the 12th of July, 1872 by nn interesting coincidence just eight years I received from a firm of ago y contractors interested in procuring an appropriation by the committee of which I was chairman, a check for When this transaction was to.OOO. investigated, flvo J ears later, by a Committee of Congress, I swore that tho $5,000 wai not a bribe but a fee. The fact that I bad uover rendered to this firm nf contractors any services of a legal nature is ouo which, In my opinion, it is neither Just nor generous to bring up after nil this lapse of time. I thercforo respectfully request the voters of tho Unheal States to adopt my view of the transaction, and let it go nt a fee. In February and March, 1871), I wns largely instrumental in affecting the paasago of an appropriation of nbout $2,000,000 for the back of I Congrcfsmeii. considered the amount which thus canio into my bands a welcome addition to my slender income; but when I found that tho measure was odious to tho country and likely to nllect the political future of tho Congressmen concerned in it, I made haite to cover the cntiro sum into tho Treasury. I was nno of tho tint half dozen to refund. I now respectfully nk the voters of the United States to tnko my view nf the rcstora' lion of the eoplo't money and let It go ns n virtuous net. There nre no doubt other questions affecting my personal character which will como before the country ; those which I have specified teem to bo among the most Important. My earn est desire U that, whatever coumo political discussion may tako lictwecn now and November, wo may be spar (InXTt.r.MKN iiuiiiiiiiiiiiuiiin COCK COT Til 'I N A :n i K t. II AN H S It I t IS I S I IS J I IS S t S IJ 4 III MKH ABB All AMOA II ' I I! M' .. . . w. Jut Total rquali lb tlntaral Tela This Is a much morn striking coin- - dence than the alighting of n sparrow- which is nn hawk upon a firm-bousWhat almost every day occurrence. adds to tho force of the above re markable figures is that they repre sent the electoral vote and their di visions between the two candidates. To still further add to the ominous result, we have only to take tho following list of States, with their electoral vote, which is sure to be caat for Hancock: S KraaJa ... .AlaUaa Atkin California. .. Cuttftftrlkat ..- Tho interest In trotting circle ft nt present centered upon the grent raco to occur this summer between the hay filly "Maud 8." owned by Capt, G. K. Stone, of Cincinnati, nnd the brown borso "Santa t'laus." the prop crty of P. A. Finnegan, of San Fran' cisco. The stakes nre lo be $50,000, nnd there will be five races of mile heats, best three in five, to harnesss, for 5,000 each race, to be trotted on a track selected hereafter. A forfeit of 612,500 was to be put up liefore Junol, and the whole sum must be lie- in the hands of the stake-holder- s fio June 1, and tho whole turn must We In the hands of the stake-holder- s beforo tho first race, which, if trotted in the F.ast, must occur before Acust 18, nnd if in California between May 1st nnd November 1st. If the contests octur in the 1'ntt, n track in either Illinois, Ohio, New York or Pennsylvania is to lie selected. Sev enty-fivper cent, of tho gate receipts are to go to the winner nnd twenty fivo per cent, to the loser. Each side wll select n judge, tho third to be chosen jointly. Mnud S. has a record of 2:17, gained at Lexington, Ky., November 2, 1878; while Santa Claus ha 2;18 to his credit, made at San Francisco, September 11, 1870. Both owners believe they can name the winner, and public opinion is about equally divided. Jhr. Ilrrat mxoJiooTrpl. ITIIIHiaT,IM)irTII-nr. J. SI IMa, ra-i- r 1 lor. Hariltoa rrrrj Pawla mornlnf aiMt nlht. Prajar MfTtlncaTharwIay nlgola. Humlar IVfcem Tho J. S. Klnta, Woman'a lllaalonarr Horlnr tnola hora on tho In cnnilar inaarh month, al I o'tlofk, Mia. T. T Halloas, I'lnUrol t iADOUKKUS OF MANKiNi) HY ! harlntn!cnt. HOMELY MEN MADE BEAUTIFUL TIIH J. M. Ila.rr, l'aalor Horrlrra .WWI tlHirth iSlilHlJft. iDll Prirrr Met, Inn; rtrj SrnUf IHunJny fkhooltt 30 a. . 1L h. lUrro, 8nT.nitadri.t n.(ht. U tlAITIHT-n- ar onrioron.1 on it ria jm fvtrrtnrrt Pufwprinirndrnt PIirsnYTKHtA!,. WIDTH -- y Ilutw Ilcut, m 91U. John W. hu)arrlntctxlfnt. Union Xfftlnf WMnn UftTIAV.WnnklB li th Jnu CIrr Lftnl'atllT. l!...!- dara.rttnitmtitmtfttmol war. Mm nt! Ihirl !urd Itunlir 11.1 1U Haiti itrjurrivNtt, tibiulkmm i:i.oi'iin:it i,otrisviriX.ia'a oww Arx) orii-s- i - w niTxriTi33i2t WIIIHF FRAI TIT! I. r cfc W oTHU. 01 o.,t Jr nlfhtt. Irjr A. I THE (kp jom giajnf IPIRXDE C'OII. OF LOTTISVILIE tiHttf (tMhpiii.l I htfitwir-- PnttnYTF.KMN.Nnim.it.tr daft, niorfiiDg Oit night. J n iutk. I uTlh Bun liii'iiy tor roiitat1fiir tout wn rhir wlllKtit MTins Ibti AT rflirtjr CLOTHING AITD TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, TIIIUD mala ao AND MAUKKT HT1IE1IT- BW nninms. I M. ! IAIHAl.(.f-UMiW- In iMtl.tllto ha Iho 'tlrrliral Clotfainf INTEIt A CHI. nun, rratla an.! alarolaol, J iiuiici: (Vullilalr rorniiMltM. lltifn.m4ToVN l.lrrllonla .tiigutt jko. n. iitri;vi i;it Ii ft (Un.II.lat Kin t Ion A JOHN H. CRAIG, l. t 101 A I. nt t W nn il Uoolaj' In Auguit tint. WITH- - y Il arinJUata. 11. :ammvi:m. fill KlIEsltirP nf IJi.rr.1n Miinlf. nt If rltiictl will atrte Hi i?ti. nr lite SHIPLEY, CRANE &(X). WHOLESALE DEALERS IN n. n. 10 iiioomcoot iin.irr; MonJij In AuKu.t. Irrcnt Inrunila-nl- , ni:us. a la Oamlllala fi.r jiihii tlrrthm Bnl BOOTS Xos. OS ft I!. MARMCHAI.I. -- AJSTID SHOES ii c. r.urLF.v JII1H.K ,V. S. 1'KYOIt. anil 100 West Pearl Street, r Kuril t.rl, laaranJIJalarorra-oWtlon to Ibt Court of Apeoalafroui thla. Iho Moron,! Apprllalo UltHRAY hlllrlKV, Illalrlrt, aulfrrl lo Iba action oflhe Ivmucracr. llr.Nlli I. IKANh, WILLIAM SMI ILL V, Cincinnati, Ohio. IIOTM.S. California nml Orcpoii. r lat la IvTaaloa Joi a.AL. ...... -. Palawan . FloriJa ... Qcorfla. Indiana. .. KmUrkr. . LenlalaaU. .... - I ... I NtvJcrarr- - ... S Nt Yofk S North Carolina . . (Irrcwi.- -. 8oulh Carolina ...-- U 7 . II TrnnrtM. .- 1' II ..-I- S .. t Tuii. Wral -.. t M.ljlaoJ kraUlrrl. Mloovrl. .1 S t ... Vlrjlala V Iralala ... . i tU - Total - IS Whilo the writer doti not pretend that there it anything particularly prophetio in this, it Is certainly a singular coincidence. If it Deeded any strengthening I might itnte that in 1870 I wat an editorial writer on tho Pittsburgh Pott, and taking the name of Samuel J. Tilden and Kutherford H. Hayes and applying the 'tame rule Tilden, 203; as above it resulted: Hayes, 1(0. The electoral vote was divided between the two candidate In exactly proportion. The Ilepublicnn and statesmen Commission stole eight votes in Louisiania, seven In South Carolina ami four in Florida; so as to make the count stand 185 for Hayes and 184 for Tilden. The figure appeared in tho iW and other paper in 18T0, and were oxtensively republished. It remains to bo seen whether a verification of the samo lingular coincidence of fig ures will follow in 1880, and whether the Hcpublican leaders will undertake electoral votes from to steal thirty-on- e Hancock in 18S0, a they stole nineCor. N. teen from Tilden in 1870. conspirators, visitiug San Fiuncisco, July 0th. You I HAVE can put down California nnd Oregon ns certain fur Hancock and English, REFURNISHED AND BEFITTED nnd probably Nevnda. Garfield's ThU llotrl In m tlKnuli tiiannrr, and im now il to MTniuiiUiial all w ho may ilnDliu iur. record on the Chineso question has IX A lin.ST-CI.AS- S killed him on this coast. I never MASXEIt. A have seen such enthusiasm and unanimity, not only among the Democra 0IVE ME A TRIAL: IT IS ALL I ASK. cy, lint the mases in general. 40S-E. P. Foster. J.T. IAIIIIIN. C03I3IERGIAL HOTEL ! MARSCHALL & RUPLEY, IIAYR (I1'ENJ:h AT THE OLD MATHENY STAND, STANFORD, KY.. Splendid Stock of Foreign & Domestic Cloths & Cassiraeres, Suitable for KcnN' Wear, SIR-IINTCcf- c mi:ai,s, FOR. - ST73VX3VE3I3XI Robert McKInstry, of Hudson, N. Y., is lielieveil to own the largest fruit orchard in the United States. contains 24,000 apple trees, 1,700 pear. 1,000 cherry, 500 peach, 200 plum, 200 crab apple, 15,000 grape vines, 0,000 currant bushes nnd 000 chestnut trees. As many ns 110,000 barrel of apples nlone hnve been produced in n season in this gignntic ST.ASAPiniOTEL, 8TANFORD KY. llirlr iirirexuru loner (linn I lie lowest. IliejIn tlio Caiiifclilcrliig Hip qimlily orilicir roo!n, My Ic mill wnrliiiiunstiip, It Will Cut nml .Malic CIoIIiIiir In llic I.ntcM Mjle nml llcr-- t Maimer, it ml Uiinnintcc Nullshictloii. Cigllngmul ItenalrliiK Xcntly limit. Tluiukiiis tliclr cnxtoincrN lor punt favorn, tlicy hope for neon-tlmiiiii- oi'tlie Kiimr. TlIOS..ICIIA.DS,l,ro(,,r. OFEKED JOB. SEVERANCE. JAS. DUDDERAR. 70 TEE PUBLIC FES. 22nd, 1673 orchard. One day, ou hi way from church, old Dr. Lyman Ucccher said to hi on, Henry Ward, who tells the story: "It seems to me I ucver made a worse sermon than I did this morning." "Why, father," snid Heury, "I never beard you preach so loud in my life." "That is tho wny," said the doctor. "I nlwny halloo when I haven't anythiug to say." SEVERANCE & PARE, $2.00 PERDAY. CENTRALLY LOCATED. D UDDERAR Miilnl AoronuuotlntlouHAf t'ordtul Ooiuiiiort'litl Trnvuloiwt BaccE Trmfrred Fre P Wo will bo found during 1880 nl tlie samo old stand, bettor prepared than over to furnish our patrons with all kinds of Chare. Suu. iy Cuhioi'h Statistics op MAiuitAnr. It is found that young men from fifteen to twenty years of ago marry young women averaging two or three yean older than themselves; but if Y. Sun. they delay marriage until they are A JrffrrmoHlau ilemorrat. twenty or twenty-fivyears old, thojr Mr. Jcflersou eighty years ago, de spouses average a year younger than fined a Democrat, one who maintains themselves; and henceforward this "equal and exact justico to all men; ditlcrcuce steadily increases, till in exe "Yes," said a fresh girl at a show, know my beau goes out between acts, but he is nice nnd never drinks STANFORD. KY. anything but n cup of oollec, because I can nlway smell it as plain as day, nnd I know tho smell of cofleo from E. H. BUIINSIDE, - Propr. beer ur whisky, if I nni a little bit i a very happy thing for a green." It young man to have a girl' confidence. This Old and Woll - Known "I MYERS HOTEL, tho iicrsevation of tho General Gov .... .. "I '' "'. Wtt ii.. "'" 'f.T ' T'T". Uy holding qullo I'loso to oo sight of a beyond which Tho Uuion itock jnrdt at Chicago our rye. wu entirely cuu accomiuodato at one time H0,000 great ileal nf comfort head of live tlock. Tho building might be taken. aud ground cover 350 acre. n very lilllo misery ernment in its whole constitutional part, it is apt to lo cnormoua. The vigor: a jealous care of tho right of inclination of octogenarians to wed election by tho people; absolute misses in their teen is on every day in the decisions of the ma- occurrence, liut It is amusing to tiut jority; tho supremacy of the civil over in lovo matches of boys, that tho tho military authority; economy in statistic bear out tho satires of tho puhlio oxpense; tho lioneit pay- Thackery and llclznc. ment of our debt, and the .sacred Walking matches all over the It is puzzling to the male intellect presevation of the public faith, freecountry have been the real style; to observe a young lady nalklug up dom of religion; freedom of tho press; but tho "true agony" has been shown freedom of the person under the pro- the street with tho sun directly in in th'we innumerable matches nighttection of tho habeas corpus, and front of her, holding over her should ly walked by anxious father carrying er the parasol which is supposed to be triali by juries impartially selected." ilia remedy JJr. crying names. This is tho very portrait of Hancock. carried for shade, aud allowing the Hull llaby Syrup. Price 25 cents a He U the Incarnation of tho suprema sun tn shino full in her face. The bottle. cy of the civil over the military au male intellect doe not nt once grnsp It i said that $70 stocking are thority. He U the cmliodiment of the fact that tho parasol has a silk Chicago, and this lead us Geo. liuing whose color exactly harmonizes shown in the definitions of civil liberty. to remark that is, we're forced to be with the young lady' complexion. II. Pendleton. Hove that the average Chicago anato Newark Sunday Call. There is at tho Sydney, Australia, my has a wonderful area, or else Exhibition n house built of paper. A young artist who live in a boarding-- but perbnps it's the quality of those wants to know how he can things that make tliein cost. The entire furniture including chan- house delier and a stove, I of paper. So. learn to play tho violin without dis"Sir," said a Yankee, "you promisSoap too, are the carpets and curtains; and turbing the other boarders. ed to voto for my bill." "Vel," 6aid there is a bedroom In which there I. your bow, young man, soap your bow member, "vat if I did?" not only a large paper bod. but also and bathe tho strings twico a day in the Dutch voted agninil ill" paper blankets, sheets, quilts and fe- weet oil. Then you cau sit up all "Well lr, you ? "Well ir, you male under clothing, dressing nnd night and playovestures, ami nobody "Veil, vat if I did lie.1T" "Veil, vat If I did?" is pro- will iniud it. bonnet In tho latest ityl. It posed to give a series of banquets in A negro washerwoman goes every The Kepublican road to ruiu I. this building, at which the plate., paved with broken promises, and De day to the depot at Itiehniond, Ya., dishes, knives, forks and drinking Golyer contracts. These make a very exiiectiug to meet a man who told utensils shall be also of paper everybat roaJ, but the trap is raiting along er, ten year ago, that he wouhl thing In fine, except the eatables. bill due for washing. it Jestlnation with encouraging turn "d a Its an easy grade ti Aver Say the Jlawlryt, .olemnly, "Yes, ranlJity Josh Billings say ; "I never argy llowllug Urceu Intelligencer. agin a success. a daughter, you should go lomowhero nus. When I see n this summer, iou can not stay at head sticking out of a hole, t When a man of varied talent lia homo during the warm weather and reached tho age of 30 year without bear oft" to Iho left aud say to myself, live. To be sure, your mother, who having decided precisely what he that hole liclong to that snaik." hasn't been out of town since she will be, ho may oa well wttlo down to An Oil City girl whoso new beau I was married, can stand it, but then the conclusion that he is not going to a clerk Iu a dry goods itoro told i she I aud doesn't know be anything iu articular. friend that sho had a new calico wrap any better, aud besides, the has fun Mirth should bo the embroidery of It41' enough doing the washing and iron 'Uio first time n man lleitiVC OH, not tho web, und ing, lly all means, go. Get a lin the conversation, i en duster aud a basket aud go at i wit the ornament of the tuiud, not tke fault is his; if ho deceive you the I the furniture. second tluio the fault Is your own once," treme old age, on tho bridegroom's Tho language of the precious stoues is a follows; Diamond, innocence; ruby, beauty and elegance; emerald, success in love; opal, hope; amethyst, sincerity; toui. fidelity; turquoise, prosperity; cornelian, contented mind; sardonyx, conjugal felicity; agate, health and long life; bloodstone, courage ; garnet, constancy and fidelity. Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputatiou, ANII Its Proprietor I Determined that it Shall be second to no Country Dry Goods, Notions, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Carpets, &c. At Lowest Prices. ly iu tlio past, wo promise to merit, by lair dealing in honest goods, oven a greater share of patronage than over. SEVERANCE & Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. Tluinkini; tlioso who liavc stood by us so generous- BifCiK MlliWtMifjr4 UftaUfrow It. frt off hirer, KpffUl ,rfiMtiiitlllB b lo U ! ftMNtmUlTrarrlfri. Tht Kr will iiltf4 with tht rhlri.t braJif LlaitniBaitlirBri. Aa urtllffet Llftrf Utthd. DUDDEKAll. THE JtlvST 1KUISES 1 n T.OIIISVII.I.T:. CRAB ORCHARD LINCOLN COUNTY, KY. Furnltur. THIS DELIGHTFUL WITH W(M)UOI.K A a.,CUoa ntfcJi4C0TtJ. illwlJlU iml wHflitf, Burlap Baca, ao AwdIoo, Tcutt. liullut, ttc. IDiiuurlh M Corota, ecu ut latll lo ana md irMutno rctvil'iui lit. crni I ":ii 17 NMlN.Mrrr, awl KM1IIA n Carrtaeea. BuEclas. Wneoaia. lib lir.t-l- lull aahUlraantl luoiaiMlrra.Klro4 llatkal. 11 JJ Utt ratalosurr '.h1 wliva. luiaoTra aril WIHTM.V A IIAIICKTT, Wlrtuniiik.ua . Caiakota.Motalllc, Mwlloa uialallio ra.kala iid. Mar. UVt. Udli-- SI U M. lILMunilirrt:Aai.,dralrri In aloauihoal aaJ ullioaj 2su.IIr., Cotton Duck, . loltoji dork, all oMlka, ail. al viuk. i.)HV uckuui. uu..(n. CoojoUr-Ibalra. "Tlio lUKlnMit Mauu&uturlng luia-ila- l " a RESORT, AMP IT3 MANY Increased AND Improvements ATTUAWION. HIIiTi OPKN Kill TIIK auj lWat au! uioal jmiiiuUt alflaa of alala luiullaai Hiiorlalallrmlon iliaaj loojdrraau4 tnlabl runlraita. HTtllb UI.I1.1M1, Uruara, I'rotUlou aua LI4001 MmliaaJv 101 Qrooorlea. anU IIKI Mala. Ularro 11 aoj lib Aaoot, MoCorulokllarveatajn, ll.s.a)mtUs,UiirU rail Mlora IU W. Main, lailta all la vn4 of ytwtbului. reaira auj mooara la llM,ln, Matllnorr.'WboIliaalaj. CANMlN AIIYIIIU, vbolouli ullUiur ajJ baia UlwoanSlhanasib, W Ull LI.UAIXI., Ikrnanl tlilllTMof III talauralra lrlan,uar Wanaofoj.laralSlJrOrrwn. bouwali4 uialuoltia Hi Wall blrivt, llaflliiiora. A. Vlnuta. Cut riowara. W.dlng IIIIIIAIIIIMIN. t lariat, III tourlh Ata,. near llrroii. Iluora, U4- plauls anil rul Sowara. llroa 1'ourtb II. BAMIWIK Piouoa aud Onzans. I'KraiilcU A Hack. Al1l.,ai) auj olbar Aro. Uftrr IJroa., llalarabL.ailo- Clay au4 nllalila I'lauoa. I iKbar I.rtirgaua. larrvtlgalt our tarwa au4 yrtcca balora iuribaaltl. IS nd; uln.n,iiui,iiu.i Phtocrapaa, I. . prlcaa. WASIIIIUUK.IIS t'ourlb Ara. I'lt.Ul- a- work laJ nawilUa OU lcluioa uiada now la laJlt !ua,atf colora or rraau. Rocoption THE 1ST of Visitors v BSTABLiaHED IOQS. WARRS' BRYANT & STRATTON OP MAY, 1880, II I.I. re-t- o ly tOMIM'H a Ol'KX our. nisr. No. SO Main . fc BUSINESS COLLEGE, St., Near Third, mm LOUISVILLE, KY. rattle-suaik'- tarugaairJ.VtilfliwIll i'siiauan i.xri.i u..Nr itANii kiruMi WMIr th 4ii iu. ' Largost Institution Of Tho Kind In Tho Sout4i. -Thorough Business Course, Book - keeping, Penmansil. Arithmetic are Our Specialties. and V. Tf VaH Vaonaaa iVaaa tloilaa tu a. a If.aial Vaaia. au uauai. luui kid IL'finlail In H t I tl at ii i bu aiiuw iiicao iieiiEi nauiiu iu uuisuam Not. Qo at Once to WARR'S BRYANT & STRATTOM COLLKOEand ,Vii1."ii:"Vuu1r.i.i..VTiTT: "" for afar TERMS i" I I Tot July aud Auvu.l. lTHT'X'iTt 'iiiuu. ..... ... ..... r,.,. """" irou, AoeordluB 10 soailou im Koouib, fa Laualk of Stay, &. iw J. ! pr WMk.10tif to to 115, rllb.r IwiUillkt or U0.I1.0.II. alll, .... -I. fcllLLHl WUIM, Nam USu Flare Yourself under the Instruction of a Ooed Teachers as Can Be Found ftQ J,aud. at.... v.uih c:ai. ii..A U....IL yiu ii.t..r.ll..t- - tii ...... I .imrae IiiiIii.IIiik Hoaril, HIHtt. JHiiiiIIi. Aimntitr. WHITE OH A COVY Or TIIK COtU.I2QE JUUKNAU WARR & DDRKS, Proprietors. -- - and mrMral a weird Infliif nee l I'nule lia nttirnnl afleralnmalwnf Mrs Morris will, tier llllle son, linn iwerful tbin the Magician's Wand The gentlemen ptssni were Mr. Wm ler of UhiI.tIIIc, I. tailing her sllir, of llrranlstllle, and Messrs Jim Mrs ( I. Holmes On the Klnnaird, Rimpy Klkln, Sam llurnside, Inst N'ewlen llogers met highway ami and Itoblnson of homeeilraetlon. nllh Newton Has nn lh Friilay Morning, July 23, 1880, W ilelre very much to etprcss our said to him t "I am going nrnmul kilting thanks ami at the same lime our appre- all the IVmocrats," He then threw a . P. IUllnr ciation of tl,e entertaining qualities nf the roek and afterward slmrk.Km with a Mjt w some llm litre . stick, knocking Mm downs whereupon Misses flirty Itoss got up with his knife drawn and rejiellllon. Aeconlmg In ejpeetallon thedarranl closed in on lingers, stabbing him fiv Social nub gave their grand Promenade times. It is thought lingers will die. rem rm.ti)iNT Concert ami llanquet on the evening of Itogert is thought to I of iinaound mind. GEN. WINFIELD S.HANCOCK, the loth inn., and a grand niece It was. Ittwshaa not Wen arrested, lie acini with UK ASIA Fully three hundred guesla were present a great deal of maananlmnitjr after th and everything was aa merry as a mar. cutting hy going after a physielan lo see IOIlMCi:t'nJ)IDLT, rlsg hell. The Cluh had seenreal Ihe Itogers, ami then taking htm tn a place In HON, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, (liy Hall for the promenade and the l9 eared for OF INDIANA Masonic Hall for the hsno.net, both of lllirtlu. P. M. Kane waa married to I'llia wblrli Inin at a PArni.p nf tt, ixiltlte Miliars. iah'AI. arrow this corner waa built a bridge, Mankenahlp on llie llilli lost. Vvr Clrr.ll J ant,. M. II OHU a running Sine Mr. A. IJfe has wheieby an easy transit waa had from one n. i wjuinist I'ot Comllk't Allroj.. hall lo the other. The fronts of tht halls Ida new and comfortable wagon from here J A. P IttlLFV Ii.r Circuit (Ink, were illuminated with Chinese lanterns. tn McKinney Station, we think we arr at lorMitrllT,. Ml nAl'UIIMAN The Club with lavMi generosity secured least ten miles nearer the Kattroad. The Casey (Quarterly Court convened Currier's Hand, which discoursed such deCiiknKii A. Aiitiiuii, Kepublican last Monday, with Judge Winston llrown IVatlJ-so- n lightful music, il waa with great difficulmiles from Monday. candidate fur Vice President, lias There were but few had a ipiarrrl wild mother negro, lid. ty that the lovers of the walla could Ix on the bench. given to the world hii letter of ac Sellers, and went home and got his gun. controlled lh supper waa suierb; llie ra-e- s on Hi docket, and the Court ad which it much more ceptance, When h returned to Ih urocery, where tables were so arranged as tn scat one hun- journed long larforr night with its business ilocumcnt vigorous and outtiolcen Ihe quarrel occurred, Mltrs had iron. In dred at a lime At the far end of the hall all complete Don'l forget thai every laxly is In his rait Davidson shot and killed Taylor, on an elevation waa prepared a sccial tathan that of Parson Garfield. It was who hail corn In Ihe store on an rrrand ble for Dr. F. O. Yom.g, llie President, and Tiled to the ratification meeting and flag undoubtedly written by his creator, for his mrents. Tti deed was ntipri.Trik-e- d his company. Miss Ktla tandram; on his raising her on the 2i,th, and that the Han' (.'onkling, today the moat brilliant right and on the left two Ylc Presidents, cock and Kngllsh Cluh from Stanford la and inhuman. man in the liepubl:can parly. In reThe Xattott, a l!eiulilican iafr pub-lili- Col. J. II Pruceand Captain T. A. Klkln estcially requested lo come and bring paid to civil service reform the letter their orators and their Hrasa Hand. New Orlrans, Louis in New York sajs: There is nota and their company. ltev. W T. Corn held a protracted says: "Tho rexolution referring to word to be said against (len Hancock per fills-- , Islington, Frankfort, Shelbyville, TilK Kepublican advertise that sonally. He is a gallant eoMier and hen t?hanon, Harrudaburg, Danville, Stanford, meeting at th Christian Church In lids the public aervice seems to me deservNicholaavillr, Crab Orchard and Itlchmond place during th whole of laa week. He t trentleman. ing of approval. Surely mi man they will ratify at Crab Orchard on "A totter an,! a l.rsrr r msn by hand.ome ladies, la an eloquent sraker, and his sermons were represented iliould be the Incumbent of an oflice, the 20th. They will have no Imrlxv Nsree nI. In litliv's as. were interesting and especially Instructive handsomely attired. Among the atrangera the duties of which he is fur any cuo but will depend upon the crumbs Sol tier for soldier he Is vastly preferable present we noticed Misses Mattte and Ilea-si- e to the members of the church. Nn new heavy- - to ttcn. (Irani. He has not won as many causae unfit to perform, who is lacking that fell from tho Democracy Fogle, of Ibanon; MIssea Sallie and memWra were added lo the church. Wear Frank Zimmerman, the night watch in ability, fidelity or integrity, which laden tables yesterday for sustenance. fights, but he has won enough Nannie Penned, of IiOidaville; Missea Masure he would keep belter company Mill, was caught in the Miss Kate Tunis, at Zimmerman's ry and Nannie n proper administration of such oflice Hy the way, we are glad tu see that and take a much higher view of Ma own Ml.4 Pink Melcair, of Danville; Mlsa An-nl- e fly.wheel on the evening of the ltth ami demands." This is pretty talk for a that d u nigger Gentry, whom official responsibilities. The Xnlim also Prowne, Miss Annie McAlister, Mlsa Instantly killed. Mr. Zimmerman waa sponun whom President Hayes kicked George Djuny hail appointed Klector says Mr. (larfield's letter, which read Mary lackey, Miss Pattie lieailey and ken of by those who knew Mm as a voting out of the Collector's office at New to spile the Grant men of this Dis as tamelr as a messa-- e from the White MIssea Julia ami Annie Craig, of Stanford; msn of honor ami integrity. Ilia remains York, just a year ago, for gross cor- trict" has been recognized, and that llouae, will prove truel disappointment Misses Mary and Annie Owsley, of Wood- were taken to his old home in Indiana for Iinta-lo ford; Mix Annie Tindarr'ake, of New Oi burial. ruption, dishonesty and uufttness. he now appears on the bills n the to those independents who had Mr. Kd. Wilkinsons personal (Toper- . Gentry." Our find In it a trumpet call, or least some ba lcans: Miss F.lla Dcltoode and Mlsa This endorsement of Hayes' course is Hon. George sis for their assertion that its author ia"tlie ty was sold on the I'tli by hi) assignee, J. Frankie Farra, of Lexington; Miss Fannie suggestion seems to have !efn more than could be expected from platform's best embodiment." It recalls Lilian) of Lawrencebuig; Mlsa Negla Polls D. Sweeney. Maj. 0. W. Sweeney, Ihe such a source. It is a candid confea very unpleasantly (ten. Uarfield'a role at cows with calves of Itichmoml, Misa Jean Dickenon, Crab auctioneer, rrorts that Jl-iki-e aicn that hii removal was right, and IIaiuiis is spoken of as a the (convention of moderator and harmoni- - Orchard Springs; Mis Lucy Clibson, of old at prices ranging from $22 tu $27 To; yearlings brought fair prices, ranging from that he was lacking in "ability, fidel- candidate for Governor. His friends ur Asa vital historic document, It ueara Somerset. The floor committee were work horses and brood mares ity and integrity." A confessed crim- had lietter let him rest a while, at 113 comparison to Mr.Hayes' letter,nnd will complimented tiiaon their admira- $13 to $23: xsa into aa stieeuy oblivion is llie plat very low. The amount nf the sal ble administration Three o'clock dittoed old inal, and yet the Kepublican candi- least till he does some sera ice in the form whirh Inspired it. from the tall steeple before any began to bill was $SM55. date for Vice President! Surely it is office to which he was elected. Kinco Tlie young ieopld of Liberty all went take their departure We feel that we can iia time that the American people should taking the oath as a Judge of the safely say ttiat ll waa one of the most ele- to Moore'a Springs laat Sunday evening riso and a one man demand a change Court of Appeals he has beeu drawgant affairs of Central Kentucky. The and had a splendid picnic. The refresh County Court nexl Monday. ments conslated of pluma, cherric, and in the administration of the affairs of ing $3,000 a year from tho Slate, and The flouring mill of K. llrown A Co. Ladies' Aid Society, having prepared the The water has fine medical qualities this Government, by hurling from the principal work he has done for the ruperb supper, ami like the good lioslce ts undergoing a thorough repair. of old, having much left over, continued and the Springs will some day lie classed power the party that for twenty years money is to defend a libel suit against Our stirring grain merchant, Henry Ihe nexl evening, among the first watering place of Kenhave striven to disgrace it. himself. Marksbory, will hare shipped about forty their supper over till Mr. Ilobert Moore attends lo his which waa as fully enjoyed as the previous tucky. by the elo of guests willi Kentucky hospitality. A I'ROMINENT Ohio lawyer sj) thousand bushels of wheat So I'Ait as we are able to find out evening. this week. Misa Abbie Hide, a very popular and Judge M. II. Owsley will have no that Garfield is not a member of the tioif.moiWTV. Many will I the eople from (hit accomp)ihcd belle from Highland Home, bar, and calls on him to produce his county that will attend the mammoth baropposition for Circuit Judge at the Lincoln, la visiting the family of Mr. John Vnnrlllr. he is not a lawyer becue at Crab Orchard approaching The Club August election. The credentials. Danville witnessed on her streets CabUII. Mrs. Tat with her datiehtcr. Republicans aro aware of bis great then bis plea that he accepted the Is well organized, having a great number Monday the only sight "more disgusting Mia Lucy, and Clarance.have juat return ed from a visit lo Hoyle count v Mlsa popularity, and are satisfied that it $o,000 from tho DeGoli er concern as of uierobera with all necessarf equipments. than a dead horse," a drunken woman. Little lu. Sayera, son of ui. Sayera Out at Ooresburg, on Monday, were Kate Wilklnaon waa in town Inst Sunday. would be norto than useless to pit n a fee goes up entirely, and leaves tho of this plare, a lioy about eleven years of a hundred or more Stale Military LSpon. S. M, Williams has gone to Huaaell to sell man of their party ogaiust him. The matter, as everybody believes it was, age, while attempting to check Ihe wheat gert." Out at (loreaburg, too, the building every man in the county a copy of MrOar- fact that he has no opposition should a bare faced bribe. car in Marlsbury's grain establishment, men are crying for hands. vcy Lacdsof thellible. not keep Democrats from the oIIs, Tiif.v charge Hancock with being last Satutdar evening, broke his arm, The kitchen to the on the Wright A Brother, who have been but every man should be at his place a very profane man, while Garfield crushing the radius near the wrist. Stanford road waa burned on Monday. tunning a saw mill In the Fast end of the Prof. VJ. II. Kdwanls, inalructor in Our little chemical engines undoubtedly to compliment him with as large a is ko pious that be never even thinks county, sold out a few daya ago to Frank the fascinating accomplishment "Art saved the main building. of Cincinnati. They havo Iniighl . vnto as possible. Phis is the year fur a cuss word. Ouo is an honest man Craio," is in town and has a fine collection Wheal fever barometrical np and a larger mill and exprcl lo set it up near the election of. President, and the who makes no false pretenses (o the of Crayon portraits on'cihlbllion at Ida down with the weather. Price vacillating CampbcllaviUe in Taylor County. Their greater the majorities in August, the world, while the other wears the liv- studio at Ihe Mason Hotel,and wear glad from Sic lo fcTJc; but, aa the doctors say, general Mr. Luke Kev- greater they will bo in November. ery of Heaven, the better to serve to see that our people appreciate fine art, with a tendency to Improve. nolds, who ha a salary of $li00, pasacd as ia shown, by their patronage. Mr. It. Warren, for Common- the devil. was a lively demand here on through town last Monday with nine teams There . (libson, wo understand, Monday (Court Day) for hogs. Oder W Pour cents and atiout twenty men, all bound for the wealth's Attorney, has opposition in 187C Kentucky gave Tilden has giren in 1st resignation as pastor of was riflercd, but discovered only a few. place where the new mill ia (o b located the person of Col. Silas Adams, over 02,000 majority. Present indi the Christian Church here, for neat year. The good corn crop has made the price We bad Ihe pleasure of lieing introduced and while we do not consider itfurmi-bl- e cations are that Gen. Hancock will This isdoneno, I 'presume, because it stuck-uto Mr. Per nobis and also to Mr. J. M. Daby auy means, it will not do see that uumlier and go full forty is a custom to secure justors for the ensuHeiiuiois. The Methodist Camp vis, one of the young men of the to take anything fur granted. Mr. ing year at about this lime. Communion began Wednesday. Meeting at High llrldge ahd found them both dite and friendly Carry the wonl to thousand better. Warren is n man of irreproachable services were held at the Presbyterian A series of meetings will be commenced at gentlemen. These men have conducted Jim Abram. Church from Friday through Sunday. Caldwell Church on Thursday, Ihe 'inth, themselves well and have alwaya paid raeh character, fully capable of perform The Kepublican papers claim that The Colored Ilenevolent Sotiely gave by Dr. Heard, of Tenrcssee. for what they bought of our citisena, an we ing the duties of the oflice, aud it U a protracted Festival for the benefit of Ihe Ouarlerlr Court was in session on regret very much to have them leave. the duty of every Democrat in the Cnglish voted fur Lincoln, Grant and institution and by way of celebrating the Monday The only ca-Importance of HOVKC-AHTl.K- . District to turn out on election day Morton. If he did, surely that's no fourteenth anniversary nf the organliation was continued. In Ihe County Court the and see that he gets the full vole of ground fur abuse from them. Jit. Irs-riaibeginuing Friday will of W. P. lloice teas probated. All here at Ihe Courl-lfousThe IVmocralic candidates for.Shrrilf .XOTEH VVUUKT KIWTH. tho party. It is tho programme for night and continuing through to .Sunday. bequeata were landing (lovernmenl clalma, should "pool their Issues." There la ua One of the old members being met with a Cage Itowsey got drunk on Monday the Kepublicane to hotly contest for On the Oils of August the Louisvilli one loo many of them. every oflice, therefore if you value the Short line It It. will run an excursion to basket on Id arm, and Interrogated aa to and waa having a picnic all to himself, and Iota and lots of aropte went down on where he was going replied that he "was when Policeman Simpson asked him to I grand old doctrines handed down by Niagara and return for $4 Ihe special train yestenlay to attend lh The engineering corps of the Kich-mo- gffiut te 'tend the nevolent 'ciely ami its quiet alsout It, he started in with a knife big ratification meeting at Crab Orcliard. Jefll-rsou- , see that you are not caught fourteen university." aud therefor had put upon him "one ex and Southwestern railroad has com- We are authorized to announce John napping. The Democracy of lower Garrard met ceedingly large head.' Twenty dollars menced ojieratlons In Giles county, Va, T. Slephena a candidate for Sheritf of JjglutY Liixaud, of sweet Owen, uion Saturday last at Iiryantsvjllc, held a and trimmings. Kentucky ImMlijnrrr The one ration Kotkraatle county at Ihe August election A little poodle dog, will, colored cars ia; ileandidale for Congress against per day isaued to Ihe Stile troops at Crab grand ratification meeting and erect!1 a subject to the action of the Democratic very lengthy pole at the old stand of TO. .laplilackburu, but he wont bother Orcliard will bo taken tarn yttuto mIm r( A large crowd waa present anil siieechea of and tail, came lo town sometime since party. 431-t- r and brought with him Dr. Adams to sell Joe much if the people sit down on Immense quantities of the blackber-tictelling eharacter were made by the Ihe 'iatua.ii ruin. The Doctor went Into Od Kichard Ialtue, a young a very which a few daya ago freighted the him as badly everywhere as they did Hon. Phil Thompson, Jr.Judgn M. II. Court on Monday and attempted lo prelawyer and newspaper man, of Klitabeth-towat the Lexington Convention. There and Jan. Me vent our home druggiata, Samuel A War- briers around town, have been metamorit pains us to say, has In-- stricken Owsley, U. (J. i arren, Querrv, candidate for Circuit Clerk, llie ren, from selling the aime articles on the phosed by the domestic females lute the the Honorable Jerry mounted a chair down with Paralysis, and warmed ground that he alone had a license for these sticky, saccharine substance called jam. aud attempted to deliver himself of a The ijuestioa ai tu whether (owl fJt boya are very much enthused The fleas have captured Ihe town. county. cup. The Court declined to make Ihe orspeech that he had lieen cogitating tobacco dealera can sell atamiu lo cadi up in that end of Ihe The atreels, alablcnand mot nf tho bouses There Is considerable dciendiug Uon der. other has been deciiled by this Commisupon for tome months, and which he PiunoNAU Mrs. James W, Parbee are infeetnl with them. The (loieruor Ihe surcem of Dr. Tanncr'a forty daya of Internal Iterenue in tho no doubt thought would electrify the sioner fist. If he demonstrates clearly that a and little daughter, of Denyer, Col , arris, has been ailed lo send us a tauuiaiiy of assembled multitude, but the a. 10, The report of yellow feter at man ran live on water alone for that ed In Danville on Saturday. Mr. A, S, militia that we may make war on lb vil Sr., of hhenuan, Texas, and lalnoua Insects. would have none of It. It alternate- Memphis ia emphatically denied by Presi length of time, there will be a matrimonial -- .Joseph IColierU and James Adama ly cheered, hissed aud hooted at him, dent Thornton, ol Ihe lusl Hoard of tide aweep over the land, never before Ida daughter, Mrs. Nannie Koliertaon one day la.t Health, lie saya Ihe city ia remarkably equated, and men will be heard to advocate Holmes and children, of Ilonham, Texas, had an until Jerry, losing all hit temjier, They quarreled over a game of heallhr and free from fevers of any kind. Mormpniaui, e learn, of several engage- - came to Danville last week. David P. week. snapped out, "You are a lot of vulgar The Postmaster at Itichmoml. Ya, mi tits that hay already been ma le, the liowland, ol St. Iaouls, is here. Dr. W. cants, and let oil their anger by munding cowards and poltroons," when he haalieen found to be short to Ihw amouut fulfillment of the same depending upon Fush Taylor, of Louisiana, la visiting the each other for half an hour. No anions more at Jnlcrior Journal. BTA.lsTB'OIir), ICY. tr.lf.iwr. ... mm wmm ram, nKnoniATir tukkt. It seem that C'rfttcndcn, the man who pjhl rflM llie S".,OU f.ir Ills (loiter Influence in f.iv,r of the 1 pavement iMnccrn, w inl nutnnr-tie- d to do so, but did It on lila own hook, knowing he was placing the money where it vmtild do the most good. The firm sued Crittenden for thenmount in May, 1ST"), in Coolt County, III. An appeal was taken from the decitiou of this Court to tho Supreme Court, in which the follow ing opinion was rendered by Judge Swayne: "The agreement with Gen eral Garfield, a member of Congress, to pay him 1,000 aa a contingent fen for procuring n contract which waa itself made to depend upon a Mure appropriation by I'ougross, which appropriation could only come from a Committee of which he was Chairman, was a rale of official influence which no veil can cover agaiost the plainest principles of public policy. No counsclor-at-lawhile holding high office has a right to put himself in a position of temptation, and, un dcr prctenso of making a legal argu ment, exert his official inlluence upon public officers dependent on his future actions. Certainly Courts of Justice will never lend themselves fo enforc contracts obtained by such inlluences " -- Tlir r.Tlhn I'WI.-- wliWi wnlM In 1i" hv lmml I'ailia, (lie linn Klinlire .( Kgrri. " 'I'' I tilled Mali- -, arrived In New York (ld w.eV. The av penst of the transportation was Imuran. Itr In money Un, Wm. If. VanderMH. Oswald I.. Williams, an amstner fill tnr from Itlchmond, Va , died In Clnrinna ll Saturday nf llraln Fever. Iff had cone to llie rltr lo attend ll,e Amateur Pre" Contention, but waa strltlrn down on hla rriral and taken tn Hie hospital Pull nf buoyant life ami hoi he left heme just a week twfore hla corpse waa rrlmnrd to h! sorrowing; friend at home (lor Simpson, of South Carolina, will tale pusstsslon of llie oflic of Chief o vl the Stale, tn wlilrh lie was elect- eil some months ago, on the 1st of August. He will lie sueceeilrd lr tin President of tli Senate, Mr. Jeter Asllov Simpson succeeded (lor. Hamilton when lli taller was eleetol lo the Untied Slates Ser.ate, I lire (loftmurs will lima fill a single term of i,nie. Cash Ibtidson lilted Alex Tailor, colored boy, on (lie Car Itnn Itoatl, four wirr rMnlmrnt X fn Iala Kn l Morulas' will W f "iints I u lav J K. Mel Inrr Ms.l.r t 1, Tl f.o r, ha. snm, land, salvrefl-a- l VbetllTwIII a(l nsamy Isnda nr- - Mrs. Msrv ( Hrwgi, Adnrliiratralnv wilt e Bert a of Chatlea nf th Klrlley, deceased. Judge 0sley and Dick Warren are expectcil In le her to apeik lo the (araaplea. The IVmoerale will hold Convenllnn lert Congressional lo A number nf Individuals will get drunk, and, altogether, the day will he rather lively. a long Ii's no use in euss ill fleas. as a couple of liumlrcd idle, gawd Ing excepl-saumhog ate allowed to loaf alnnt the streets and snooie under lh uvea of lh homes, there art I fleaa. Th Innumerable, vagalmndlah dega that stretch themselves) In deep slumber all day In every shady spot about the town, and at nlghl make lh darkness bbleona wilh their bawls and keep honest men awake, are known to be the friends nf the lleas. begs and the dogs snd the Aliollah th Ilea, will ge. Mr. W. C l.rlnstea.1, ef .Mitchells-burand MIm Mallle Polk, of Perry vllle, have taken charge of Kwlng Institute, al Perry vllle, fur the next session, and pro-- e lo make il a giaal Knglish and ( laasl-ca- l school for boys and girls. As such ll e writer drairrs to recommend it to this community. Mr. (Irlnslead la not only gentleman, but he Is, an accomplished also, lh moat thorough, rompetenl and painstaking instructor in the Slate. Parents can not do belter than put Iheir lr prsntl CLOSING OUT JSSJC- o ," - pmme mmi HAVING DETERMIND TO CLOSE OUR BUSINESS -- taTVITHITNT- THE NEXT 30 DAYS WE WILL. I OK THE TIME NAMED. children In his carr. Mr. (leairgelVnnyand Mr. Iteatley,of (.ancaater. were In town Wednesday Mla (leorgla llrown has gone on a visll to her cousin, Mlsa Klla llrown, of Palnl IJck. Mr. John (leieman, contracting agent for th Oxley Slave Company of Cincinnati, is now in this county making contracta for slaves. Mlsa Jael Hcdd left last Sunday In for a visit of two months to relsllrc Misa Sallie Whitehead has reTennessee. turned from a pleasant visit lo laaurtl county. Mr. John Jackson and Mr. Kwell week assisting from laondon were her in selling a ulenl plaiter. The patent took well with Ihe lalJes. Mrs. Newromh, of Paint IJck, la the gursl nf M- l- Sallie Myers, at Pleasant Valley. OFFE1? A FULL LINE -- or CLOTHING! BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, lat NOTIONS, .A.T HRAHiTiarxfi: If Ie, l Is irly, They came near having a little h II at Pine Hill last Sunday. KM. A.J. Pike services in th waa holding rcllgintia school-house- , which la used for a church Jack McCall and John at thai place. Mullins, two young men, engage,! In a quarrel a few tte from th church. Tlder words became rxcecalingly hot, the lie waa nssed, an attempt made lo draw weapons, and th meeting auddenty adjuurncat In lunch confusion. KM Pike, w hois a mag. istrale, J. S. Calloway, another magistrate, and Hob Adams, a constable, undertook to arrest the belligerents. They partially and Wm. McClure, Jr., a friend of McCall's, was also arrested. Calloway h Irieal to McClure, al which he complained, broke from the officers, struck Calloway wilh his fiat, and he ami McCall ltoth refuse,) tn surrender. Calloway went to Crooke's store, procured some double- ami pistols, armed himself barret shot-gun- s and post, ami returned to llie church, McCall surrendered, and MrCI'Jrr, who had been advised by friends, had uiountcd hla mule and started home, He waacalletl on to halt, and failing to dimply, Calloway emptied both larrele of Ids shot gun and The one chamber of a piatol at him mule was struck tn several placet by th shot. McClure rode bach lo Ihe crowd, Female College, while they were firing at bloi, and surrendered to Mre. Susie Mulliru. He and McCall then gav bonds for their appearance .STANFOItli. HV. on Tuesilay Their trial waa a!poncd (Saturday and Calloway till and a man named Oram, who hare been WITH A r OlaL 00Rr8 Or TEA011 EBB arrested fur Unlawful ahooting, will Inr trieal al Ihe same lime. The affair created lata laallMtUa will ! t enough excitement to afford a moat welcome relief lo the monotony which haa ITS ELEVENTH SESSION, been prevailing In the county since Ihe last ON Tllt man waa killed .s I'tisj ix Tilt: rjff.tj.rr f ovitr. PRIME COST I first-clas- s These goods are all new, and desirable, and to those coming early an advantage will he given rarely to he had. We are in hard earnest, mean exactly what we say, and are determined to force sales to the close. Store Furniture for sale and Store-hous- e Yours, &c, for rent. caiso. it. i3Rtjoii: .T. fc co. s Stanford K. & w 1. I O. STOIC I.. ! !! !! ! ? or iWlalar Thr Ittuht of Vrr Ajareeli .lesrleil ffl.tf of it Vrotnluriit JtrtHher JJrsifral-Aecs-ama- ajl iSM.M()M.ivi.si;ni:iiii:ii,KXT.!Fruit JOTS 1U, TIIK MMKCIIM OK A arrrha-- Jvmrmml h., 5 climbed down from bit chair and, with disgust pictured 011 every liuea-ineof bit countenance, look bin seat. We understand that Joe it to certain of success that he has determined not to make any canvass of his district, but will devote bit time to speaking in the more doubtful districts of the Slate. Whitney, of Puif Knoll, hy. killed John Itunolds, of Tenixssee, on the night of Ihe Pith, because Itunolds ssi.l that Whitney had left a nice wife In Tennessee lo lake up with a dirty prostitute. Itunolds was a desiierale thararler, anil Whitney lied hit death is not regretted and has not leeii captured. deneral (Irani, ll Istiatnl, will return lo llalena in a few weeks, settle uphis affairs, ami thru locate In Vew aoik. He has been tendered the Presidency of the Del,cKCM Canal La,mMiiy, at a salary of i.'VXsJajear, bul will decline ll.v oiler. and probably accept the Presidency of a National Hank at Ihe same salary ' Cash, the surviving principal in the rttenl encounter in Soiilh Carolina called ACCOKUINO to ttie UCW llluej IMnlt , duel, has admllte.1 to ball In $.1,000. thero are 07,500 Federal office hold Ilia tlr.l ail upou being set at liberty, un- ers. At $- -3 per head, the amouut der ball, waa lu draw a piatol tu "see fair play" betwetu his son and an editor who usually demanded by Secretary denounced the "duet" In his 'Sr. for campaign purpose-- , it bid 'Ihe ton was endeavoring tu shoot the edia corruption fuud of will be toen that tor, who waa only lured from the death by 82,437.WXcaa bo raised. Think of the immediate interference, of friends. liirt wett potent argument, Deuio Tbs Cash family aetuia lo need Hit re. stralntn Intlilene of ll law rrwat. arl llliW aslir .ll'I'j'sPeO Head-juslc- TiiLitu is no show of a compromise bsUceii the Democrats and the lu Virginia. A well inftrmed authority tayt that, even with the division that the two sett of Hancock and Knglith Klectort will create, the regular Democracy will have enough votes and to sparo to carry the State. The ltepublicant are rejoiced at the split there, and are making every effort to widen the breach. Let the true uien of the State, who aluo itt reputation aud who tick to keep her in the proud position the has loug occupied, stand to their colors and all willboweH. of $1,100, and unlesa hii securities come lo his aid alome he will be proceeded against for emleulement. Lathi. -- The sureties promised to come to time yesterday. The Uoslon 7 W ears- "(larlield ia in one resiieU the iuot unfortunate of candi dates. Of all the aeiloua i hargea brought agatnat him relative lu his public life, not one originated with tho IKeiuocrata, They were preferred by his own ( ongrcional associates, his own constituents, and his ovn parly friends. Ir the contingency that Tanner Is successful. Warrens, We venture the amrtlou that If he holds CouitT Day Hrpoiiw. Opt. Hush-Ab- out 1'fO cattle on market but equal to out forty daya the InGdela and atheiata will make him go one lietter to beat the the demand mostly young stock and sellIUble record. ing at from 2 to 3 cents, according to I'rKwMAk Jamea Iiryantand Jamea quality. A few common mules brought l.eavel,of Hryantsville, were in town Sun from C0 to $100. Plug horsea brought day. Win. Whcrrltt ami Itobcrt Dunn, of from fCO to $100. Sales fair. Captain T. Itlchmond, were at home a few daya last D. Kngllsh-- A very fair July Court Day. week. Miis Frankle Farra, of Fayette, la Only a moderate supply of stock but equal visiting her sister, Mrs. Col, Mat Walton, lo Ihe demand. The following sales will Judge Durham and Judge Kamlifer are in give an Idea of the trade. Sixteen calves, Mis 1 annie M. Llllard, of $M.0, 17 heavy cattle 1,200 pounda-n- ot town burg, Is visiting Miss Sallle Cur smooth, $.1821 r hundred; .12 nice long ry Miss Annie Craig, of Ktaiiford, and yearlinga, t.M.M; 30 abort yearlings, fair also Ja. T. Craig, of lbanon, are vl.lllng grade, r hundred; 17 their sister, Mrs. Llllanl, We weie glad ordinary, $.M.I7. One good mare mule, to have a tall from Mr. II. Thomas, of Ma- $142; mare, iW. Others son county, a few daje ago. Not having ranging from $i0 lu $123,oIng to quality. been here for some timr, Ids call was a VtHKV very pleasant surprise to us We were most dilightfully crtertain Jlfifille'iiiri. - The auction of the slock of goods of ed Monday evening last at a social parly given at Mr. Theodore Curry'a by his high' Ihe firm of Policy A Hryanl dowl on Sat. ly interesting aud attractive daughters, nrday last. They realized alioul Tal r Misaes Sallle and Maggie, in lionoi of their cent, of the Invoice vlalllng guest, Mis Fannie M. Llllard, of Hiram Foley has opened a new blaik-smit- h shop in Middleburg, I' K. Simp, Iarenceburg, and their lady friends of Ihe Uryautaville vicinity. MIssea K.nie son has inorrd his tinware aud store store lie is doing a good Dunn, lUna Craig ami Annie llrigkt, Mlsa to Main street, Una Height, of Danville, and Miss Nellie On Sjlurdiy last MIm Mary I.u.lrr Duncan, of this place, were also numbered among the octave that could not be eicell-e- d (whltel and Alice Kills icol'd.i hadaUuhl Miss I.uslel Mas In vivacity, brilliancy, beauty and all alaiula seireof meal. other requisites necessary to call forth Ihe rut with an axe, but al.e terms tn have aduitratiou of buu. The music furnished gotten the best of the fight Mr. It K. haaill anal family, of Perrya by Mia Llllard and Miss Dunu on the in this vicinity. Mrs. plauo and Mr. llurnsld and Mr. Davis ville, ate on the lioubou aud violin, su of thai Jama Simmon, of (luresburg, la vlalllng Aft renlle walur thai lent a delirious tn. bee father. Mr McD-iael- l Piav'e. Mlsa I J ( 0T'. Injury, unfortunately. Hockcaalle Hirer la full of fih traM. It used lo be "against tho hw" lu set up and orate a fish-traWhere are our sounly officials 7 Can it 1 they would connive at the unlawful capture of an in nocent, itnaisiecllng fish The ,111 lypogiaphlcal errors which appcarel in the Ml. Vernon rrirl last week were due to the fact that, owing to the mishap at the tunnel Just beyond town and the consequent delay In the trains, my letter did not reach the offic until late Wednesday evening, The time for holding the Congressional Convention has been changed froui lh Hlhto the ICth of Augiiat. The Convention will l held at Manchester, not Win chester, as your types uid laat week. The candidates are Hon. J W. Kendall, of Morgan, and Hon. Tho.. Turner, present Incumbent. -- Messrs, A. Wolf and (I, Graham, two live, enterprising Iradera from Cincinnati, have been In our county for a week buy ing cattle. They bought 20 steers from David 'lhoinon al $2S per bead, 0 from r head, and 12 A. J Thompson at $20 from Jasiwr FraudsLO al $12 per head, Thomas Grates, Jack Owens, J. la, Joplln, Thomas Idwrenre, John Gentry ami Cillers wdd their tslll. and all received liberal to 'I hey shipped two priiea. Mr. Wolf Cincinnati Monday morning. sate they will remain here aa long as ihey csnliiol lalllelo buy. They Jregemroua traders, polite, accommodating gentlemen, uy rush for what Ihey gel, aud alwaya meet a warm wtlcouie in this cuuiiuuiilty, wlere t'ry ba'vnisiy friends There hat been a serious imbrlgllo In the Lincoln County Court, resulting In a partial ilbsolutioa of that august tribunal, of which I doubt if you or any of your numeroiia readers havebeen apprised. Aa I desire lo be strictly accura'e and luijaar. Hal In reiwrllug this unpleasant aflalr, I think it heat to give it In th rxacf Ian- linage af tho record, which la as follows: "James Sed, a member of this this Court, having withdrawn himself from the bench at the lime of the reading of lh Orders of the day, oflera the following reasons Ural Pecans Cad. for his Conduct, John Logan, President, refused (twice) to hear an observation which said Sieed was about to have mad with regard to a auit of lacmon rgalnsl Watts) and thirdly, was refused by llie Court to be heard on ash) Oc1 he said Speed looks on casion. Secondly il that aa he waa overruled In this particular, he could nol have had liberty (in any other Order)'!o make any other o'iserva-lio- n which he should have thought luces. aary to make In reading Ihe other Ontrra of Jaiiik Si'ian." the day. (Slgneal "The reasons lint Iiidiu.nl the Court lo refuse lo hear Speed's ubwrvatlona la directed lo hernterrd aa follows: Thai upon Ihe Clerk's reading a I'leu that had been entered and joined on the minutes, Mr. Speed waa about to make some obeerialloru which Ihe presiding Magistrate thought unnecessary, as it waa a mailer which ought tn lu regulated by the Parr. Th Clerk waa, Ibenfure, oidered lo proceed in reading Ihe minutes. Mr. bpeed ordered the Clerk to ilctlat from reading till he should be heard. The pi raiding Mrgls. tratai again ordered the Clerk lo proceed. l'Hin which Mr. Sed rcqnealed lbs opinion of lb Court should Ix- - taken, which waa done and ovel ruled. Whereupon Mr, Sieed withdrew himself from lh bench and offered Ihe foregoing riasouaaa Ihey are entered Ukii Ihe minutes." "Jamea Him-- (lent, for the reasons that Induced him lo leave the bench nf this Court, ami for otheia tliullar thereto, doth resign his office aa a Justice of llie Peace of Lincoln county, and ll la ordired that the Clerk certify the same to Ida P.xccllenry the Oovernor." The foregolug minute bear date of the lKili ilayof iigusl, 1TM, and are entered by order of a County Court coiiiiod of John laogau, Hugh laogan, Alexander Hobertaoii and Isaac Shelby, Gentlemen Jamea Spent, aa indicated, bad withdrawn from the Uiah on Ihe same day because bis Co- - mem hers wuutdn'l bear Ida wldcti waa ceilalnly suflulciit reason for iaainu up any County Court pi clallr it Ida "ulaaerralloiu" were as guaal as be though Ihey weir. This la Ihe latest uewa I ha. al presetit. X, Yours In haste, TH0K0U0U ENGLISH COURSE Fruit Jars Fruit Jars are tauibl, as sell aa lanouaoes. muhictuhAND PAINTING.inlaw. Wo have a good stock of INU 't'titt.MM jionniiA't'i: A Jars, of all kinds and sizes. 111 la Tuition, lm rsnfa, 'rwa IB lo VS la IS rsaalar lariaarl.M'.la. I niawaMr. SO, liilfasaaallal) tin; driaaialakit, W, aij tuhflale, Sal. Tor full A'0 lnvn Ico-Croa- ailllllllOr Froozors, ROOllS. Wa- - HUH. H. i.rtlraiian, aa lo IVaiil, Sr , aJJrraa '. THI't.lll.AKr, I'rlaarllual lUaabnt, IJntola V, k. Grain - Sliovols, Pitchforks. &c. Remember, weketp a stock of Staple and Fancy Oroceries, Sugars, Cotfees, Molasa- first-cla- n J. N. DAVIS' S es. Coal Oil, Tea, Rice, &c. InFanoy Qrocorlos, VAKIKTY STORK. Tli. hulllc ai. iiikarmitl alias I haas .aMnl a laria, him k ill lltaala st mf alar, ruaima, itarar lh. laa,l, iuHrANtlKi,raiialilliiu( wo bavo Can. nod Qooda ofovory description, Chccso, Macoaronl, Spices, Extraota ot all kinds. -- " stock We alio keep a Large and Complete OROCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, I BooU(8hoes,IIaU,OlotUng, uf oblaa, Glass and Queensware, Umw ad Clilmneys. QUEENSWARE. QLASSWAnE,) ClKnrH, i AI.a,,0a...orn70T.nvr.r. ,.,.M. Tulsillfis, "" winux, i.iguotiH, -- :'i. Vi ANHAN Tobacco Clgara. Notion.. ami, In faol, rrary thins iiiu. ally kept lu a llrat-claa- a llouao of tha kluU Endless Yarlrty of SuuJry Articles. WWM ,1 .ill tlau, tl all lliaiaa I. la, aU I. fslalali . v PAMIlaY tttrtti, i NIHM'liY raTOHi:' '""""ar laluas i.aa iiiru, lUIIrr, njr - a I.. 1 sbtis lilt, a. a.,.1 ll..i.lll....,.(ln.a . ll.. ar iiiiartial an uw sjt aUriurrtusl lrWr,siit iuJ tl wj UaMiau;litUg l4la,it Ilk luava, UiJ.'l Waa.l all LutliiK (silm Lt( uautWariUlM u vi4tHulw aia inr iiif rrfini. mw tltsWrr,iul -f COUNTRY fstkfii PRODUCE b Ut- ll ilr hlajltv! b.rM llientor In llsMhU btTii)lblii4I'.(ulj aii4 I ntUt, Ikoiu lltertr your iti nlr. ItrlitK iM (iawa.ISmilirf , I mlUafrtv, hut llfuHita', UrJ. Mai. UU lUaritltiitifv fur (suusit, il Ml hUltrtl uar Hutlffs lt IW.I1(m1 jutt lh IusT J. X. IAVIN, r llOf Giro ut u Cull wliu lu ucl of uuy thlu lu our Hub. I. II. U'A UltliJN itHON, l no nrarlr rlMrftl Tnr Orurl of tli M hnHn. ami alits.tr a ilrdilfil lniimrriornt la nlwai ? ahlf ' . THE SA1.B1.CITti At Crab Orchard Springs. i:L'ii! Tliousniul Aa early aa day break on yetlenlay morning, men, women and children began to oiir Into Crab Orrhanl from all portion, of Ihe aiirrounding country, and by Ihe lime Ihe "pedal tralnt, embracing fifleen cara loadeil Inalde and out, arrlrcl, (here were fully 8,000 people gathered lo barliecue and enjoy the good eloquence, and hla vat auHancock and Kngllth Hallficatlon Meeting adrerltaeil for Ihe day. Kilentlre prrpara-tlon- dience waa more than delighted. Hon. W. 11. Fleming, of Lnuiaville, Gen. taking daya of hanl talwr toacroin-pliih- , had been made by Ihe Committee of John H. Huaton, nf Islington, nnd Hen, Aarrangementa, and each of them deerre I'll II. Thnmion, Jr. of Harrodabiirg, etpeclal mention for Ihe excellent manner rch madetlirring apeechra, and then Ihe Col. mrcling waa declared adjourned. In which he performed Ida work. lilierality, had The beat of order preralled throughout Shelby, with hla allowed Ihe uae of Ida beautiful Spring the dav. due In a great meature Id tlie ef-grounda for Ihe meeting, and Ihe table had furl of Chief Mareliall, W. T. Saundera, been erected on either aide of Ihe walk aaatatcd by a force of twenty fire acial leading to Ihe Held fprlng. Fifty alieeu depiilir. There waa nol a dlaliirhinre up left laat erening (Il few ilnM flew in lii eye ami In a mo- ten or fifleen ahoal,a number of hogaand to the hour that we wall at Clienanll tliaaniilof ier o'clock). A numberof men werediapo-- d A Pinny', 'lliry am Waull'iil ami cheap. ment Ihe pupil waa hlearheil nearly ai two bceeca had been alaughlerrd and near Ihe tablet. Two thoiiraml loilrink toomuch, on aaeingwhlch, Colonel r"tm tlir lot harness ami saddlery, al while aa the kail. Dr. Ilronanth waa call-n- l hla barroom, to hi llir lowest fiff, Count A Piclela la Ilia ami remtrrnl the nevwary aaManre. pound of loaf bread had been brought Shelby promptly chord place to go, anil w won!, I advise our Linbut the aight la Irrelrlerahle gone. Mr. from louiirllle, and hamaaml other meat great eredil lie II aabl, nolwltliainmiing u coln rountv readers lo prove the I rut ti of wagon load of bread had lieen con- waa greatly to hia IntrreJl lo keep it open. lid liy calling un them wlien they go lo Krl'bre waa ahortly afierwanlt taken to and a and the Cinrinhall .Southern It, It., ami la now tributed by Ihe people of thai aection, and Tlie whole aflalr waa a grand aucceaa '1'licr hamllr noildng 1'iit lli Hsuville. ererybody went away feeling that Ihe day ererythlng waa ready for Ihe merry-ma- k -l goods, ami can guarantee aatlafartlon wild hla folia In Rumen!. In every cc. Ing, The ladiea of Crib Orchard had pre had lieen mnt pleasantly and profitably Not Pi'tl. Tiimn Tlila la generally pared a rpecia! table fur the tpeaktra and epciit. Irywi have a rough or cold, or disease of Ilia throat anil lung, use t'oussens' the ilnllral araaorf of the year, aijil people other diillngulihed MiTr.i. enont, which waa llanrr of Tar, tlir lot ami purrst com- rare Inl little for anything hut Ice water, laden with good tiling" and lieautlfully Mewra.i:miiittt(I.Igan, of the Howling pound ever nfered the public. There arc fruita ami , errning alumlcr. Not ao at trimmed In flowert, while pretty young la Gieen arfj-aTrJ. G. Craddock and G. a law wrtlilc Imitations of lids valuable It. Keller, of the l'arla True h'tnlurlinn. rcniedr, but it has no rival a a ready re- our neit iloor neicli'wr'a, Ihe llayilen diea were in readineaa lo art at wailcra. t b Throat and lAiags, Ilrolher, lief for dlscex-aifor people who reail our paper Jmlire C. K. Klnraid.of the Anderaon Stm, The Lincoln County Hancock ami ImiI mlila ami severe coughs of long stand-Inhate learneil thai there It the place Halt Club, under command of Chief Ma- J. W. Hopper,ofth IbinonAl,(i.in,and I'seCo'i-ens'llune- y of Tar ami art lid ami of ynti" nwigli or hoarseness ami dlllirolty In buy gootN, ami time are not ilull rtini, B. 1 Craig, preceded by the Valley repreaenlalirea of Ihe Price W crnta, For aala lJ at tint liouae, if we may Judge from the Cornel Hand and followed by Ihe Clul Cincinnati .'aoairtr were preetnt. of lirtatliTiig, ling-lia- h Mrl'obcrte A Klagg. many humlmla of people who go there er- - from Marion and Garrard, all in uniform, The Lincoln County Hancock and furl i:Joif. said a brltht little tirl of ery week ami buy what they want ami marched from the Depot to Ihe Hpringa, and Club made a handtorae display, and'Vre eight summer, lo a gentleman whose liatrinM.i to The Ilaydena e the raktng com- - aaw butone lady who did not think them ihelr arriral nii'L.!"!public know what theynot afraidaell. lei !... .i i .i.i... r .m... iib-i iif ii riiiTia riiiinK hare to arranged on the the handsomest lot of men In tlie procesrVala were menced. rin'l toii walk a. fa.t a I ' ".Mr Jrlr, I the our rhiml Ihe luillrrtlr wild a light ela. hilltide leading lo the Drown Spring, sion. She was nol an impartial judge, rMfi oucii.titn Nt'iiixtis. ranka of lie lf like jour, hut I am loo oM for and the aeaker'e aland waa erected by the howerer.aa her beau waa in the anrli avrla now, am liraiilca a virtim of Thta ilelightful watering place la now In Spring. The Committee of Arrangemerila the Ibanon Club. atop at IMirunialiani, ami mini Iherefor alnce had agreed that Col. C. II. ltochetter, of height of the moat ailcreuful At fire o'clock last rrening a salute of Ihe neareal ilrug atore for a lutlle of l!oiia the by Ughlning Liniment, a cure fur Itheu the warand for the fir! time In aereral Stanford, abould act aa Chairman and W. 3.1 guna in honor of the States waa tired nialiani, Ijinie IIk, Spralne, llruiera, etr. yearela rrcelfln" Ihe full patronage that I'. Walton, of the lxTrnion JornKAi, at the artillery company. dent." I or aale A lit ailfantagnamlattraetionadeaerre. 1'rire SO cents. At Secretary, J Mclioherta There waa no end to pretty girls at the Hustonrillehas orgamz-- d a Hancock There it a good demand for fat cattle, Wagg. no place of the, kind are the appolntmentt . O. Harbecuc, and Ihelr prraence added greatly and good lots are held at $1 .'A and Fnglisb Club, wild Dr. II. Brown.I'res- eleren, Judge At a Utile To WwtrRM KMinnAnrra. Haling leva more compltle, or haa money been more Sun. Idenl.aml 0. 1". I'cacock, Secretary. Tlie Ilanaford railed Ihe rat audience lo order lo the Bucccu of the occasion. Bi'iaiinlnl tlrxrrtAl. KxmuATiot Anr.fr The ladiea of Crab Orchard deserve great Joe (Juisenberry shipped 1,700 Iambs flag das arrlred and will be thrown to tlie at iWinnall for Ike VANDAI.IA l.I.SF; larithly efpendeil for the comfort of Ita ami after urging that erery one thould act Tr.xAa. for the Hlalea of if gtirtt and Ihe wonder la that it la not al. In an orderly and iuiet manner, he intro praise fur tlie part they took in getting up to New York this week. He it aying Jc breere on Sal unlay. NranoKA, KAxaA, CowiuAio, waya full. The proprietor, Col. laaac duced Col. ltochetter aa Ihe Chairman tlie dinner. for good ones. Winchester Democrat. I'oi.KltAIIKii. The Dcuiociatt design ('Ai.tiiniNiA,aml Ihe WntraK Trncrm-ri!- , Shelby, Jr,aud Ida untiring manager, Mr. The Colonel acknowledged Ihe honor In a During the day the McCrcary Guarda (J. (Iraham purchased and shipiied erecting a pole in tbia village on Saturday am fulir prrinml In furnih, mrr I. Shelby Terla, are erer on Ihe lookout, happy little tiech, concluding by intro- honored Governor McCrearr with a de- from Kockcastle county, this week, 55 head next, from which Ihe Hancock flag ia to be on appliralion, ,laM, Ijiml Circulars gir ing Sill, Climate, Ac. Ixiwnl ratra mule ami turceed moat admirably In 'making ducing Gor. r.lacklmrn. He commenced hit lightful serenade, which he acknowledged of butcher rattle at $21 per head ami a unfurled with appropriateccreuionics, , giHkN or alocV. erery hotly feel at home. hnuaeliolil Although, for fii aK-hcrhe wa totally In a rery handsome litllcspeech. small premium. speakers are expected and an (all no, or aillreu, OKI). A. KNKI1IT. nearly a week il hat lieen announced that peech by announcing athat He waa glad Say, Clorernor, these little ticky newspaMr. J. C.Woodward, of Fayette, haa enthusiastic meeting anticipated. unprepared for auch taak. tirn'l Kiiiigration Agent, N H I'or. till erery room had taken, they continue that the people had come together, and pers seem to hare gotten their bill through aold the remainder of hia drove of fat catour Col. Adame has been ami Vino Slrret', Cincinnati, Ohln. to accnmmoilate, If not aa well aa they head, to Ware A Tillage for two weeks as Republican candi glad thai they had an opinrlunilr your hide. Your speech yesterday waa an tle, numbering aixty-Gv- e would with, at leatt n great deal better toaee the State (luanl. It would, lie hop- acknowledgement to thst effect. Gall, for tc. They averaged 1,55S pounds date for Attorneyship. The Colonel seems I eirctcd, considering the ed, Induce them to compel the parainio-niou-a Prom prirate remark made by him to a and are intended for the New York market. to have faitli in John Miller a dictum, I. e., 1U j !.! Ilk Wn I than routd 1 hlM Iju t M llrwe. Immente crowd that la gathered there. The Legislature to lery a tax of 25 centa mutual friend, it wa clearly eriilent that Danmlle Coi'KT. Capt. H.T. Bush that "Ihe man who can gain the West I'ml -- Ma. V. W.llatiar UmkllH""Kln " old raj ing that there ia alwaya room for on the head of erery man In the State for Governor DIackburn intended Ida remarka reports the attendance small and only of Lincoln Is sure of any office in the BMMalitat appliee with Ihe auportof the military, and If a eingle about the newanatiera for ua. We hare about 150 cattle on the market. The num one more In a atage-coacmt liillk, lull-Ilk-- NnUtlutt: equal force lliere not only for one but a member aaw Ct to rote againtl audi a mcaa-ur- e taken occasion repeatedly lo condemn num ber was, however, equal to the demand. Ml AnaU Hniaa. I'rof. Lowric. with a clas of about I a ,and shall The atock waa mostly young and aold at 2 Ito. It. IH.4IR vu pnrralM frM4 allen.llag hundred. We don I eupiaM lliere erer to outt him. He complimented the ladiea erous official acts of that dignitary doien young men from Owensboro, passed aWkbfVM. lhIUlt4Vhr could hare len a liamlaomer ateniblage ol Kentucky and eapecialy thoae prenent, continue to do ao. He ia public property to 3 cents, riug mules sold at $00 to throned on Testcrday in pursuit of recrea -- Ilmu aao Jiaair. tlilumi rr of ladiea congregated there than now grace had a word lo aay In faror of Hancock and and tlie people have a right toknow how he $100; horses from $10 lo $80. tion and science. They trarel on loot, at tarwlollanrvflaaa lbitrrl. The Utle ami Englith and cloned by earing; "Aa lo Gar- ia miamanaging affairs. We are far above The American Shot Horn Review As- tended by a baggage wagon with camp Ultal.La Jaaaiaialal4iicailrr Itlltltinc the tiarlor and elegance of their dreaa la the aubject of field, I hare not a word to aay againtt him. Ine petty spites of such a Governor, and sociation Ihf UIhti IVaalnfOMi aal Owftley. of Short enulnaee. Geological exploratione and and other breeder lm!Uix Uurs af lloitomllle. I inil general remark, and their natural beauty He haa rcprcnenled hitdittrlct InCongrett therefore wc have never and will never set Korea In Kentucky will give a grand ban wholesome exercise are tlie principal oi- la( a fcw dart .III. Ml daltle JUU. la enhanced by erery appliance and derlce for eighteen yeara, and it a great and powertown aught In malice against him. quet to the Short Horn Ilreedere of Amer- lecta of the excursion. Cumberland G.ip Maa. Naaaia J. 1'iiaira, al HaJlaoa, la world. We ful man. I am alwre repeating the known to the fashionable anta berJiaiklrr, Mm. l:lcbrt (U., Jr. inl or Hie Mr. Samuels, an ica, at Winchester, Ky., on tlie 27th. Our will probably be the turning A Uin MoirnuiiE. Ma.Joiia'aaaia,af tMlacat,la aa a would name the moat prominent ef the acaiidala dealt out by the 8il0 ticky O. Stuart, Ksq., trip. agent for the Louiarllle A Naahrille IL Ik, thanks are due Thomas Ihto ot IkjU nuialln, kail Wl la hlrH la hcaiitica.bul It would be auch a difficult newtpapera againtt him. I mytelf hare Chairman of the Executive Committee, for Walker Bell aold to Allen A Dodd 11 Mitt CitalK llaMBLkToa, on 6f waa here Monday to hare recorded the taak to eclcet them that we fear to make been a eiclim of theae mean and ecnriloua hearr cattle at 31 to 4 rents. The trade raaati'a Wanlln, U tUlllag Mra. A. M. tan--t mortgage of the road to the Harringa, of an invitation. Ihe attempt. .I MlM Aaala raiT Scott Goi'jct Couht. The amount abutea. Men who are not worthy to un- liondon. for twenty milliona ol dollars. Till; MiuTAnr. MltliB AKaaiut itu ,iivhiim, i , The great tnterrtt now rentera In the latch my a hare endearored to Ten milliona of this amount la Intended to of stock on tlie market at Georgetown ( llWbwanJ, aad Mile I Miaale TH. uouar, wueu ltok,(lnlre,amvlllMM Ij.1 MiKlaarjat M1J iJft ir,,one la forcibly remlndeil vilify lue through their dirty aheeta ami take tip and retire all bonds now outstand- Monday waa light in quantity and Inferior wasat lengtn reiiuct-iiioonbring reproach upon my good name." He ing under the aereral existing mortgage. In quality. About 100 rattle were sold, Bell proposed to Allen lo give him a chew war-li"iple.aantncM by the -- .. u .,k..t .( ' "' ranging In prices from $3 to $3.75 per of tobacco and lake tho rattle at hi bid. continued in thia alrain for aome time, and deed haa In be recorded In forty-si- t lb. nitDbfU Inula Broke mules ranged from $100 Allen was about to agree to this when Dodd air "Wa m that apivarance that greeta him on erery hand. wound up thoroughly aatieued that he had The counties, and an idea of Ihe length can be hundred. Uiiaai, ajrtju.l.u tko High Kflind The Slate guardian In encampment for liura Ml horse from $20 lo $117. The (who waa acquainted wilh Hell's rapacity made a rery couragioue and manly formed when it ia atated .hat an uniform to $U0, and It iratw. M aacieal itatu. aiu al Ibl. ,he wlr InJ a J. ie fif,t tlmf waa light. when. In fact, he had eucoecded In convinc for a quid) Interposed and said "Pay him wit ikonmch la all ntlkmullra. ll recording fee of $10 la paid, an ordinary attendance aet they are. aome and aoldierly looking . .. .. i, ..l!i..i. i Tbe Cincinnati iVniYer haa full re tlie dollar and tare money." ing ercrybody, who were not thoroughly deed only resulting $1.25 for recording. k. l eow iMrklDf. We iii rmiMtat tkii the They are eplendidly armetl and tqulppcJ, convinced before, that he waa a rerr amall iKjrts of the condition of the crop iu near- Archie Frye, who lives on Corjienter'a lil(liaitiilTultallr.rilua.aiiJUUlnanlii t, n tlicir drrM yaradc, which occura g Tut: Central Kkxti'cky MrmrAt. Aa - every county in Indiana, Ohio and Ken Creek, met with a serious accident remarka alout the wUkla. hr tuevnm " Mlat ltrrael laaw.nilvr each day at 0 r. M theyahow a Tery cred twtato. Ilia Met at Harrodabiirg last Wed He waa driving a pair of tucky, and the prospect waa never more that had dared to critlci- - hla eoctATios .r Ike t"kr.Un Ckarrli, anJ It tmka f at a ilablo knowledge of military tacllci. Ad- newipaicra my laJ;. most vulnerable administration would hare nesday in the flood Templara' Hall at 10J encouraging. The "heat crop just raw mules, recently purclused, to a wagon. the man jutant General J. 1'. Nnckola haa waa a little light In weight, but that Descending a steep grade from Ids house Utter become a blackguard than a man o'clock A. M, the I'resident, Dr. Alcorn, IJU Ml. M.ITTKMH. agemrnt of aualra, lie waa a gallant aol- by the to tlie road, the team became unmanageawho occupies tho proud position of Oorer- - in the Chair. Tlie debate waa oimie.1 by waa more than counter-b.ilanc.-- d liviiiv farmer ahoiihl hare one of J. W. dierin the Ixwt t'4iie, and hit eipcrienre norolthe grand old Commonwealth of Dr. Johnstone, of Danrille, witn a paier heavy Increase In acreage. ble and ran witli recklem speed, overturnna a real aohller awiilt hiui greatly in un Wallace'a linproreil Ilarrowa. lxct3viu.E amd Cincinnati. There ed the wagon and threw Mr. F, out, break Keutucky. If he had spleen lo rent ' on "Septicemia In itl Surgical and Ulwtet deratanding jut how lo day aoldier. We Ida it a better feeling in the cattle niatlct In D. Dr. ing one of his arms and bruising him seTiichotwaro haa aiwel, and for Ihe are Indebted lo him for the following list against the newspapers, or any thing l"e, rlcal llclatlona." to A. 31st l'rice read Annual Meet- Lonlsville. The quotations are: Good lo verely. His brother William was with him at a I Vmocralic love featt waa not Ihe plica report at delegate the weak the weather haa been unutiially of Conipanire and their Commandrra now to do It, and If theOorernor, by chance, la ing of the American Medical Association extra shippers $t to $1.40, best butchers and waa considerably shocked hut not mapleasant. 16M). on duty. $3.2.'i to $1, thin to medium $1.75 to $3.40. terially Injured. not ashamed of himself, his frienda are, for held in the city of Xcw York, June, I.SKANTRV. I'cS'lox. ltobc?t ltlain haa auoivrdrd Dr. Webb, of Bryanttrllle, made a good re- - I'ogarefiruiat$l.&0to $!.&' Tor choice Among the visitors, we note: At J. tley com. him. Allow these last aw remarka, drar MackUrn l.mnli, MIJ.ij; (apt K.1 arreara of nIon for In Mfiiring J l,Vrt reader, to go In renlhelically, while the iKrt of fourcascaof "Siontanrous I'voln- packing, $1.30 to $4.50 for light lo fair. Mc.Miater'a, J.O. McAIUter, Jr., who arwauJitir.. Millr Cuok, widow of Nathan, a f inner Ilu.llBg lirftn littanlt, Howling (irrra, tat' Stanford Cornet llaml playa a lively and Hon." The meeting was an unusually The sheep and lamb market la active; com rived in infantile beauty on the lOlh; at alare of A. II. Ilrown. frawp. ileaanl one; the atlendancc good, Indicat mon to fair sheep $2 to $1; lamlw, common W. 1!. Williams', Mrs, Arie Itoiiie, (late patriotic air. Uirrullloa; Ctl, Ilullfr tluirdt, In Cincinnati com Bishop, sister to Mrs. W.I; at M. S. Ill'iuu l'r!Yuil had heller Iv In a tVlilBClon Ujlil tlutrdt, (bilojWo; Cien. Casaiua M. Clay, on being iulro-duce- ing no abatement of ami and interest; but, to extra. $"! to $1.75, tVout. hurry If you don't want to loc a cliam-Mrs. W. IV Tate, of Liberty. Will his very excellent and on the contrarr, lncrcd activity In Ihe mon to medium cattle are worth $1.75 to commencetl (ViHaay A. lAulivllle Ifloa, B(a (lMupanlf Alter a vote, of thanks to the $3.40, best butchers $3.U5 lo $1.10; beat McKlnney, of McKInney, haa located here rrhich-- re (art. (Ira, K. yiwil; (kiuiaar II, dpi. W. (K llaf characteristic speech by a faithful eulogy Association. In buy one of lhue eph-ndiHogs Selected for a time in the boot- - and thoeiuaking bucriilly Iruughl on ly l. 1 I!ah, Tliey rlt;Oauilaiir f, hi Ital II. I'. V. ttWr, dan- - on the grand achievements made to Ihe members at llarrodsburg for Ihe entertain hippcrs $1 lo $1.C5. luar II, C'I. i:uroa UrowBi Caiuar '. t'"!'1 country under Democratic rule since Jeller- - ment and oilier hospitalities, the Asaocia- - butchers $1.75 to $I.S5, good light $1 --30 to siness. Sam Williams save he heard three hare gone of! like hot cake, ami onlr a few J. M. Wrltbl. (iflluiimreiiowl.fi. UiliutoaliuariKUilaaliMisl'ipt. 1. It. Mor son laid down the fundamental principle tlon adjourned lo meet at Stanford on the $1.00. Sheep Common to choice $2.25 consecutive sermons on "The I'rodlgal Son" Ion. Octalier, when thedebatn to Common In rholre and decided to come back and look after them with atsaon IVinlv tlutrJs. JA HllOOTISII TlH'KNANIT Will Colli- rti. at. ('. of that party, and contrasted ltepiuillcau 3d Wnlnrsday in Dr. J. ( Carpentry ufj$.j..y- $1.50. Lambs cwt. wilt be opened by per n Ihe miserable record or the that ralf and those fine clothes. at Crab Orrhanl Ppringa on the "Will llulialaa. On Sunday, Billr MrtVnrf llnsrjl, FrsBtbrtl Unit. 1'rire. GiiAMiOrt.Nlo. tmence party- - He reviewed tho military record Crab Orchard, on "Duodenal Catarrh, II thrredaya, for purm-- amountI.IMOLX CUIWTV. CAVALIIY. Williams gave notice that he would hold a of Orn. Hancock, and pronounced him a Concomitants and Treatment." ing iu the aggregate lo $2,171. During Ihe , Wsl-lil(Itoell(luarJa,Wuwllake-I'apl. r.-" matinee on tint erening, in donor of the f fi"i better Oeneral tban (Irani, Sherman or. lime Ihe railroad faro from lainiarille will Jl.lHUI.ltll.s. la blooming of hia favorite Cactua (ira million, OuwiaBy t; liutivllU !aiMit lit Ueul. J. I. (Iar6eld. Mia Lula Soper, of Georgetown, Ilia couise in Iiuisiana waa ! fur Ihe round trip. tedurrd In llulllll.Jr. Dr. commonly known at the Night blooming On Saturday ' tlie charming belle al the Springs, Kiixieway suflicient to stsu-- him aa the greatest statesAHTlU.r.UV. I'luiwntu, The Ciiiulerland Kalla IIih for by hia erening last at Ihe St. Asaph Hotel, by the Tout Taylor, formerly of ltichmond but Cereus,whlcli waa loeiliioit lortwo niguia day, Ilallery A, UuLilllo Ujbl AMIIWfjl Cat. V. man of Ihe preaent la the lady-killat Ihe only. Aooiii iwu numircu ersous niic-nuItl la mi rrowdnl wilh vUitoralhat Mr. II. llulss. strict adherence to right and justice he had Iter. 8.S. McIloberta.Mr. Harry It. Itidge-wa- y now of el during the performance. Soon after) telegraphed lat Owena. the prortMor, won the affections of hla late foea. Our ma and MbuSallie II. Hughes, both of Springs. He certainly deserve that title. aunsel the pulsations of tho great bud be-- 1 The Infantry la arrangetl into three w.(k In Ihe (ieu. Agent of llio C. H. It It Bald In con- - Louisville, were united In matrimony, and Tom la a good fellow and hanjsome. gan. A skillful physician was in attend- jority In Kentucky It great, he 1st commandeil by Cap I. not In allow any tickrta Iu la aold Iu that (I II...!.. o.l I.. r.,.l U IIIVninn-Ml- il Gov. Blackburn Is accustomed to ride ance. The throbbing continued about three elusion, and wethould endeavor lo continue thereby bangs a tale, which la about aa lotintervalaofalew seconds, each vitook seat in e .re glad Mr. Owen. I..I..I for Ore dye. c , Kr,nk Wo0i, ,rlM ,ta,ullInn. ,0. aa the banner Slate by rolling up a majority ions: Some five yeara ago when Mr. after blooded stock, but he by thea faithful hours atattended by a corrtsiiondlnK rxiwin- bration ia doing ao well, amlho he will ronllniie , tw fcf f aiou until It culuiinitrd In a lull blown clu,ulliM 0f Caralry of 75,000 to 100,000 for Hancock and Itldgeway had acarcely attained hia ma. Arch Carton' hack, drawn , waaon. lo do -- o tliroughout-th- e jority, he fill In love wilh Miss Hughe dromedary, wilh as much ease a if In hit Hover, some seven inches in diameter commtn,M h. ,j, Jom niIlfi, all0,e MaJ. A. F Iticharda, Stale Kleitor, wat aud wooed and wou her, s Ida own. They own coach, and, oh, how much good It did Monday night a second bud pawd through aa fine looking Fa iu. Our euirrprMng ml-m- l II. Cattleman, of AMirimi uiih like results. The allalr epcaker. He Is earnest In hla were married and for a time their happi- do Arch to take the (lorernor from the de- similar throesinteresting fiienda have arrangnl to hold a stock omcer aa erer atraddleil a horse. The Ar the next waa highly evin to those who manner, hia worda are well rhoen,amlthe ness waa unalloyed. Then came to the pot to the Springs, had witnessed the bloomtnz of this strange r on Ihe ""lb, tillery rviwrta direct ao the Commander-in- Iliistonvllle Station, Fair, The gentlemen at Crab Orchard are plsnt before, and Mr. and Mrs. Williams apoke of our rar of the Toumr wife uroofa of the lufi- way in which he 2i'lli and 27ld of August. Col. Ada... Chief, (lor. Illackburn. (len.Nuckuls, who eloquent fa- - delilv of her husband to his luairUgevow. doing all that man can do lo give all cn- - are entitled to the thank a of the community Inspector-tieneral, will con- standard hearera created for him a very Wratherfold la President, and he promlsea la and the ladfcsare for Ihe kindness and grace with whit lithav then aeparatloa and finally a aultfordl- - lion a welcome shall lie a big allalr. This makes clude hit InsHxtIoii by Haturday. The en- torable impreailon. thai it received and entertained the numerous J. II. McCrcary waa next Intro rorce. A decree waa obtained and the wife working and planning, two. Tlie ladiea hy Ihe coloreil wople In this tire force will iam(in review tiefore the Fairs very tineaddrraa, He of a few short yeara waa again restored lo table will beset In the form of a hollow made a )tosa iaapla suflsr Irvu llilloiMiieas Iliad aay county thia year, and we hoe that doth (lorernoraml lilaCliltfof SlaB, on Sunday dured. and for Ihe morning a V. Cap. Ilderberger, inslruc-to- r had not the shade or a doubt or Ihe elec- her maiden nauie. This occurred some square wild a table In the rentre fiber out ailuieul. It UlkMis'wa will U resllcsa, wilt bo well iatruolied. and waa seven months ago, and aline then Mr. Governor, speakers and editors. That ta- your lleaJ acbrt, Iu Vflrlts, CustlrtBess, uo Ai at K. M. I. waa appointed by th Ad tion of our ticket In November, CliicriT Couht. The summer Irrni of jutant (ieneral aa Acting Assistant Insprc sure that the 4th of March would be a Itldgeway haa al ujkjii the stool of tepen-tanr- e ble will be handsomely decorated, and six Iwtlle, wsat of tuanrr. sBdolbr ijuloui,lilh warblos of linllox itaussr fait I Ihia Cuurl will convene next Monday ullh AMI IMl'KK. HASHISH I and cogitated uhii the price he had Toiing ladle wilt wall on Ihe Governor, nsvsra air- of tls lor 'Oeneral, and pi iced on aclire duly. repetition of the deathleaa daya of the past iIckimm, A It this tsa h aoUel. IMISTIM! Iroi VI t'oiiiiuonwealtli lasea on the diKkel. He and ('apt. Crump laid out the camp and and that the Democracy having elected loat, perhaps forever. Ilia remorse and Ac. aad at a uwiulaal cost, wllliout any rsua fer I oiirof ihemare for murder. AnAl and Mrs. Sallie K. Jackson, of Jeflcraon-vlllpbfililsus. fiouyour Pruiatutwlili a silver arranged II for occnllon, (len, Nuckola Hancoik ami Fngllah will tee that they are hia lore grew dally, until he wa forced to (lillla Frederick for the murder of Tliomat a irwaoack ellber, an4 ull bluiyou waul a Ind., lectured on Temperance In the MB. CALVIN OBAYBEAL spraka in high praise of Capt. Wilderber-gt-- r, Inaugurated. He had voted fur Hancock U-- forgltenea from her whom he had She had LollUof lr llarabali'a liraaaolla swr It aUia llatprld, lien Ferrcll for Ihe murder of and credits him wilh very much of in tlie Coiireiitlon of 1K08, because he wronged, and Implore her lo allow lilm to Christian Church Tuesday night. lou Win JialUM.sf Pslila;ai ri,mJali.l, BJ4Uksliru4liiiloalmlUua. Fly, and lloone Cunn fur the murder of the aucrvaa nf the ami become a good audience, which waa delighted with sUimiM lata of Its llruwolla uulll ou fori mill. t. soy My. The sol- thought hliu a pure and true statesman, make amends for the Ua.iLuuJ.lrl.asa Bltslu jU Mstlou, Ky. Muigan. Wild Ihme earelioiia the casta diers are a .Ml" lot of fellows, and arem ami was proud now to sak a word for Ida again. She ll.tencd eagerly to the her remarka. She is truly a (liii-tlt- n s kloi al MeKlunry ou or If fit horn all llckamas. Trial Ullles fnw. 41 Mu boll by llisoaulta Pnooj. arc mostly for minor nlUiises, words that fell uiu her rar, ami In lady, with her heart fully enlisted In the to enjoy the fun of aoldlrilng ImmrriMlr. him. He paad a handsome tribute on twrel Knglieh, and then proceided lo show up an Inslant all Ihe firo of her old love waa cause of Tcinperame. She will Tiik FmtiniM. The high prlie i barged Who wouldn't with ao many brlght-eyei- l wild our slove-pip- e BOYLE CO. FARM FOR SALE. for Ihe while halt i a used aome women lo rant tovai glaurra at IhemT The Ihe records of (iartleld and Arthur in a laniird Into blate. She accepted Ids prom- again, and ia so muih pleased ! Kncauiujent la In last only a week, ami masterly manner. Those records, aa bad ise for the future In good faith, and on town and iwople alio has promised to re of the memberaof Ihe Hancoik ami MV KAKM HI CO MUtV. I .YlMITObKU, y Saturday last llx-- left taiiistlile fur ltd turn to Crab Orrhanl after her three they will pull up slakra ami aa lhy are, ai Club lo uhjetl In purchasing theui, next tait of the history of the wB Irlui layrr IV'lvti.sU, UU aH.blf( lU tlaib U a UU autivU of ,vi4t on erery invasion plare, Mia Hughe leaving word at homo weeka' engagement has lieen filled. At her IUUlJl ao a ihraivr uniform, rouslatliig of a nil leare. (len. Nik kola that Ihu country, and he lim-nder viiil Iftlattj W.iwU w lIillWrjr a cwwiumJI people. the that she waa going away wltli her Harry next visit lic'will call at Stanford, and go MiiHtlltllbiia, kuu4 itfr,On lUj At U tui (trilf Ut kkh caie with blue collar and red rap with cxpeaai of the frolic will not be over $12,' to prwent theui to Ihe U4 tVsall'WWlll ' 4 Ibf to Brodhead ami Mt. Vrmon. The Good rtl Ahl Imi. Ui.l lVn.ltr arrlrlng here I hey tuns on Ihewwlrr On blue band, waa agreed on, '1 he club also 600, which amount cuiira from the military conclusion of hla spiech srruiu. I4 uonig WAS) ANXOl'M'IP, II, MIMi. again the vuwa nf marriage, and now ap Uuil'Un ir t7.Ui urciiiiil W, sr ll. MNNKn II, lUtllMiU A Ml weari a while badge wild "Lincoln County fund, oiatnl by the war claims paid by Ucllii-y-uii-i- ,f h, u U.t and a rush ai luauV fur Ihe table, wheie pear as happy aa a ir of rooing luillr gool work. Hancock an I Kimll.li Ctub" pila'ed on It, , the (Jeueral (iotrrumf nt Iu the Slate Will I run Kxrvnainx TnAlK from lmlnlllo lo Crab Orrhanl FrMijr FrKUy MoralfiR. July 23, 1880. aflrrnoun, al $1 for tlir rouml trip. The loTrnor' hill, with tli many olhrr at. traetinna of the lav, Imlucra the running i.oni. MtTirr.i. of lh train for I lie lnr(U of llior who l.i urn Mii.i of II kinds lirist ) lure Imt Utile lime Inrpare. Icf .i IVira thelnillTiitnal who lonli IheOnana than ever al ('mi'Pt Hrts (lirttsult unit l'ennv's. in Ihe Crab Orrhanl .ll.lrkt know tint he Axn Halt constant'' nn la triiilml lo file a lint of Ihe nanira of the liand Hi Owslev A Mifflin'. prraona lie haa taVen In the Count? Clerk'a Wattiim ami Jewelrv repaired anil war- onire' If he ilnea not tlila la to Inform ranted li f'lieiianll A l'ennv-- . that nrli la Ilia law, anJ that he haa I.tnu Oil. of litlm niMltlv fr Mawtrs him anil ltri"tr, Ac, l McRolifila A8lam'. infonrenlenml a ntimlxr of narllea h lit 11 na hare the lll. A nteelol of fine I resh (amir lust if neglort. reived l.y R MalilnglyA Son. Trr seme Uis't 1'oB'irT That aa we are now In Mil. are ami Aii.mIhi are Ir.ilfllcl li ii mint nm the mlilal of of aummrr, ami Cm wsrdsttd settle at enee. Harris,; Nun- - prorlly ate fonml on all alitra, that Ihe neller. llajnlrnt' am atlll offering all Ihelr aum I'aixts, Wlill Iail, Oil, VarnMiea, mergooilaat the loweat rmailite ralea,anil Wlmlnw (lias, al liollnni rlrra at Clien-an- lt If Ton ilon't heliere ua roit ran ami will A Penny. I ronrinrtil hy girlng them one thanre our Hmdy-iulieWr to ito it Tlie irrtllrt lawna, the aweetrt I'alntt In unalltjr ami iliiraMllljr. rallcota, ami other ami (nr Jreaa goojt, A .MRK. Ounarnninla arc Beady. All indented the hot data ami ahoea, hnolt, Ac, ami favair us villi a settlement. In ii will ilr ttttf aim! of nollor.a are all nftVreil al MrltoUrts A Majfe;. rulnouil? low prliTa. Till HI' la nolliliiX Iwltrr llda lint wratli-r- r A Prvrnr ArriDBitr. TneaJay eren. than HkM Water. On lo (lienault A I'mtij'a for llieesddeal anil lies'. Ing aa Mr. Charlea Kiaiure, of Homerret, I'mri'MriiY. Toilet fnn, llalr. Nail who haa Iieen engageil with Mr. ). A. ami Tcotli llriialies, ami toilet articlra of Wlllann here In Ihe ahoemaklng liuiinraa, all kinds at llienault A Penny a, r your rooma enm-I- n waa opening a hoi of ronrentrateil Ire, a Ikjoii want lo Am Persons Hit- - l'rcscnla lllln'. rlir The KiiiliiisiiiNiii iMIIIIIllfll. A SUCCESS IN EVERY PAIITICULAU rircunutanrvii were very frrah In Ida mind. Heamlrerer-a- l oilier gentlemen In gray had met aereral other gentlemen in blue at I'rrryville Ihe day before, and the gentlemen In blue had proved Im miny for them. Then he wat on a retreat wilh Until following rlote In Ida rear; now he waa al Crab Orchard Spring to drink of Ihe healing watera, and had Ihe pleasure of aditrcmdng a Kentucky audience. Hut we will nol attempt a ayn- of!of IheOenertraapcech a audi an at tempt would fall far abort uf doing him Il abounded In ronelneing logic and We hip Oar I .wn i alive wl'h Ifailna i' ynrig rnan will in futnre slum ihe rnrka whfeh came .i rienr wek. Mt -- m Marv Owslrv, f W ..Itrd foundering his of happinesw, and Annhr I rgnn. c,f Mninwirtl .ml Willie that they may live and love till d alb Owsley,a gallant yonlb, are visiting Hissee Annie, Jean and Master John Hurhanin, shall part thera. Jr. Mlssc. Annie Owsley and fine Whitley are with Mlswa Kvans. Miss MlM ml Iwls nrx. 3. n rttAt.MM", lathe gnes' of Mrs. W. K. Buchanan. Hon. IL I'. Grrsham, memOf Mlwluippl. He Wgan by Baying he GnnaitAM. I nlmoal fell aa had awakened from a ber of the legislature of TSand 7(1, died Mis Maggie Mc'tober'a, of Dinvllle, Burgln, of Missr Itlp Van Winkle aleep. It liad been at hi home near Livingston, Wcdneadiy wild Mrs. Oarnelt. Ilarroddiurg,nre stopping al Mra. Harry elglileen ycara aincc he waa al Crab night nf Droiwy. Mr. Greshnni wa a of hit rltil nnd the and genial grnllemin, and for many Dunn's. Mlsres (Irani and l'rlre arc guests tm liodr got mmethlng I "ti n itwlih-- I a ml Ing lh trrmmlon rf'.n i, M ftef dinner iklnwa afini reaumetl, Hon Tliomat I, Jonra, Plate Klectnr, lending oft In an eflorl of inaeh power ami Then lite fhatrnwin Intrwliireil doves WHEAT BBH.LS THE "FARMERS' FRIEND" Is tho best; puts tho wheat in tho ground and does not skip; has all tho latest improvements; has boon thoroughly tested. Call and sample. I also handlo during tho seeding soason a suitablo 3 in:.iins. ut lg . Ihe pnlilira of Mrs. Smith-Our town Marshal his Wen rery rlgl- lant this week, fully determined to pill oxam-in- o HKI.lfillH S. down lawlessness in strangers. Our own Dr Lamlis, of Danville, will preach hnyaareon their good behaelor all Ihe af Willow drove Sunday evening aexl at time. That waa Garrard county driring and II through our street Sunday 1 oclock. During Ihe lat eleven months, ltey. was not "Crab Orchard steam" llift they had aboard. It will not do for them nor George O. llarnra rcpnrla ,1,011 confession any one else to make a similar demonstra aa Ihe result ol Ida preaching. Bought in car-loa- d lots to lnsuro Low Pricos. Tho scanon The Committee appointed to let the tion this week, for Jim Diltlon, wilh Ids ia nlso noar nt hand for building of the Christian Church haa extra dire force, will put all sued nice contracted for Ihe ruck, brick, wood and all young men In their little beds, rpceially other work, except plastering and paint- when they get so far along that It takes A word lo ing, at $.1,400. Mr. Henry Ikiughman and two men to drive one horse. All of which I will tell at the lowest poiilble Price. I dulre to call Messrs. Geo. I), A It. II. Wearen are the Ihe wise, Ac. pedal attention to the The I llh of July will long I reniem- contractors, and their work I lo lie com. The de- hcml by the little boy and girts of our plctrd by the loth or Orlnla-r-. MAYJTIELD WATER ELEVATOR. sign of the eh u rth Is nrw, and the bnlld-di- g town, for on'lhat day they aaw Ihe soldiers. will 1 an honor to the large rongrrga-lio- n Tlie young ladic will recollect Ihe day, 1 no Pump cquHl to thoraj no stagnant wator, no ircczinf- - up, of so many Thero Ion, for ll.e sight that will worship In II. or other Impurities, no pr imiDK to start tho Pump, no wlgglo-tall- a During the last twenty yeara (he young men gave na new hearts and courage as tho following persons, who nro iittnp; them, will testify i every I'nited rrcabytertan Church in Oils coun too. The different companies drill try ha. added to its numlier of rommiinl morning In Ihe field opposite Ihe Springs, It. F. Harrow, J. "V. J. J. 'Irllnbrrl. Al canta ovrr 23,000. There were then 401 and go In dress parade every evening. .'I. (J. .rtlu, John ltrljrht, John M. Held, .s. J. Kiubry, tlie latter exercise the.v have Wolfe' Band A, A. Warren, V. T. (Ircen, ministers, now u7."; then 6.1 1 rcngregalion, T. II. Montgomery, John Caali, Jitnirs K. Helm, now lm; then 41 stations, now In--, then of Islington ; and how we country people J. II. XcAlhtrr. llrnrro innslin, T. Purler, do enjoy the good music and the skillful V,M" communicants, now 80,002; Ihrn Jump- - l'axtnu, W. II. Anderson, II. F. I'riirork, maneuvering nf Ihe "Kentucky Hoys." scholars, now 7.1,114 21, '.W Sunday-schoDr. Clifton Furrier. s, II. H.iiigliiiinii. J. (I. Seargrnt. they wear the blue or the gray Is Ihrn contributions to foreign missions Whether We wish we one and the same now. $1,674, now $.1(1,200; then average yearly all contribution per member for all purosea had a handsome flag to present to every company for meritorious conduct In the $U1, now $10.3. GEO. D. Governor Blackburn New York Archdiocese leads all oth field and camp. He makes a Grand Commander-in-Chief- . ers in the Union in Catholic population Mra. Black000,000; Koston cornea next, with 010,000; ia a grand, noble (haracter. l'hiladclphia Is thinl, wilh 275.0UO; New burn rson!fie grace Itself as she glides Orleana follows, 20,000; then Chicago, through the dance. 210,000, llalliinore, Cincinnati and Rnx.k 'irafvnriffr lyn next, each wilh 200,000. In the num J. M. Cook is bu-- y Biijvrintending I her of priesta New York also leads, with the remodeling of his store-rooprepar 3.H3, and Hallimore standa second, wild atory to putting in a stock of good". Immigration 201. The Itoman Catholic Kauflman went lo Crab Orchard on I .1,150,- - Thursday for Ihe benefit of pure Democrat here from 1820 to 1875 numl-erc-212, and the prevent Catholic population ic air and a good drink of water, of course. OFof the I'nited Statea ia G,500,00O. That Binn. He roiumccred tinging I jnit after the arriral of the mail two weeks l.AXIt, STOVK AXU VIIOV. ago, and has taken mi rct day nor night Fulla wheat Is quoted at $1.20 per since. J, KXapieris negotiating the bushel In ltichmond, Va. o.' hitpictiireln order to hare II Twelve bushels to the aire is said lo Inser ted in the gsllery of "possible I'resi tc Ihe average of the wheat crop in years look a prominent nf his section. irt In CA1VE MILLS, CIDER IVIILLS, &c, Respectfully, WEAREN. SPRING SUMMER OPENING IVOTTOINSS, FURNISHING GOODS, - t,f ll, Ai mUkWKWUtti tOKHIWIl, BOOTS, SHOES, - HATS, , llta r,ai, "tu"''';.., l, " ;tfi CAHPETS, STRAW MATTING-OIL. :isOTHN. .i i.k. ,m Ac. lt M'ALISTER & LYTLE'S. AVe l.l. t.t. ,, respectfully call the of the citizens of this and acl- ioiniiiff counties to our mammoth stock, wiucn nas ueen lmjiwiuw with great care to suit the wants of our large and rapidly increas ing trade; and, hclicvmg that we an save you money on an average purchase, we ask one and all to call and examine our slock before buying elsewhere. to McALISTER & LYTLtt. JpO'El. uioolnl VsrJ A YWUV DiailtAULl; l.y W. a. lUui-r.- oo . IW, m lurUlU-sluai Kl'e liaeiousil, ts.rsr siulisn-rB- .ins, UKtll't.SI'l., I alslaalrsvl HI Aii. lasu. AJJrivs sue si BrSBUllguuJ, VI HantiJ, ky. U.arl.l irj a I'll a. Ml. ! sjk wM1 vVANTKI) OarE BUHEEll JOUAES REWARD STOU.S. I BUM U lovH eatunlay stlaUl Tli It 'ValtU . a4 HOI K. IsuoJay WIMKIlkll HI tirulon ls.l A GOLD WATCH AMD CHAIN, Ku.su.-w- tt7i& (i.i all h suJ IbUt. lalB. lata male ol fkas. I Jtrst s4 u oi IM will uiy ta (ul lo ni 7j lur iiM.niviriHiiiiM H.l'. I'Akll.M.kwu.y ky. ,l y.:t. Ip -c Uk. Ilnii ' lloll ta Milkr itrnk Trmlrr. i i it hi: rs. FEMALE SEMINARY BUILDERS, ATTENTION! WESTERN We hear a good ileal about that Sl,lllft)l. oxroao o..mi hsijs's fin. "alximlnatinn railed fried steak " Wei im.h t.i, TAMtiRp K Mn I W H1MIN n TSW iiUN Hr iwaklnfl, twill tll iimiInyI, Itm will h riy tf will tell you Imw to make tough steak TIMK TADLK, lfcMAl, TiHIfefi, Vmtt iin, lilgHt, StlO pr ihf rihiiiw, 'y rt wwrw1 f Hrfrk I lMi MffwuMtfut mwrniffl Ml Sa "m-- I S4tftlHl" itlfwfiiiM, llnwllt frtrwHh ftll J"hM KtWr rl VttWr wfM t bnlM tender, and how to fry it so that It rw. kirn. - itttts tV nt. 1rHI, Wkral,.k-M- r . tt .Ml MI.I.I'.V l'l:AllllllV. Irturlrsl Its- t lrthvwlh4r Mrtt mW will n.( It 1h IhHr will be juicy ' Do not pound It eith llnnr, . MS-- 1 . Is 00 MmI wmN t Aj IN EFFECT MARCH Oth, 1800. hint m Mtnlnfl. f tffTl to t"-- ll tniMS 1M .. -- I.vm Her. stjlt er with n tolling pin or a potato- - Itnmr . .. . Rrewn ItHe GU3ini:i:riAiN'i) masher, or even with that jagged Cuttr Nifsr. ..login, FAiiitS J 1IIA1NS Mimil-IKl- l Ntl oo . . mrv m.jv tviati which -- .sfa 'piece of metal nr crockery-war- e lt,lb.Urrtl tl.fl Mwtor. WITH AM Mill nop mwiUM AND MANY OO STATKVSS Mall Mall IVrn. IM IiflpftMrmfnti mMnl, I amiw tl house furnishing dealers will try to Oral, fnml f,trr. Arrou'n nn rar .. iVti mentrrr t ItV l. ,lrtlm.l mnliitb fHtMlst tw with th Ttnrtti atvl ttitil, Icludeyou Into buying. If you do lltfk ctmrt ituHf S W an, .. I.tt. (1iiitaMn(a S fnlftfltMi thl tf 11 ii HthfiilMMaM " I(T pound it, you will only hitler its fibres "." i Vf rml ml'r rUf1Uton fnrarfri. tlaar aklra. TK rotvl,iirt HtMixlTrlpTliW.( !iM" " flr. Ol? . , . jH " rMwffil MtrtjHn Jkbja Karon, and let out all its juices: Pour into the am nil thtftutlMrtMr n It It Kin tl-" rkll.nl . inns " Uti iiiw rdir, I0 Iff vk MhlrMi M Mnu " Oaahrslaihl .. bottom of n dish three (able spoonfuls led- .to CMIrK .. . II1JV hsir i'i III si " IWnl Hnrn.1 if . nii rn L.nt nonr,r UL .Up!? WlitM. l nnamarl each nf vinegar and salad oil, sprinkle lit .M . s It M Wk.at,Mt. itr Iinnpn. (fitoMr). rni (rf, tm a .,,fMl IjMi. Timrxfths-xallti- T trH!'jf-'JiUltuuidliiacnUiftliLalt spoonful of pei- h mij THiiititti5tvti... ttKfcyrS!2f sC irnt.rJ .. a j l h tSJ a,. .titans mu. in an " "njnr the address. KTRk. w. Mrti per (and n table tpoonlul of chopped WMMXupr SSl)t ! a4W th. m other unsightly and nflcn-slv- c trgular. The "Oh, iw flt privies and cornea licit 1, am , J Hn,, " lTaihllri(TftrM4ran 4 i N " t Si " iiS -The title of Hon.," "Mr.," - 'nw nren ruitia. a placet not only servcj as n screen, in a tone of surprise, reproof or art parsley, il yuu have it). Dj not use 3- ., lr bMJ ,.,winidtlh. ,U " KkMiitll,.. linrlmintl. m MaMAi uiKH ran w etc., are not allowed on call- but it also is said to have the proper- - less gajcty ncconling to the nature of any salt. The action of tho oil and Btcvn.ibmildrrt IW i.w, lailiajlMit. 8c Vmntlttt W, - TV fM "APOLLO t IS " asi W rat II Ullll MM " llwra.tan.H . iti x i a .. rvHir.rc'U tMH ing cardi. W llliamafown S 41 4 II trty of absorbing malarious exhala the thing laughed at, and the voice vinegar will be to soften and disinte- IrJ. W'bnl, . a, ,. inilM rMTlLccinsAca, W3r Vfhnl, Wle Waltm "Mrs." or "Miss" are admissible on tlons and purifying the atmosphere, rites into a pretty little (cream. The grate the lough fibres of tho meat, Ilf. rJ. SV Ohd. . Arr nylnnai) lie .! iv CMrirr-lnmBiM'r, .. . f Ptiltpr .tstjlttr ladies' cardi. Professional title, tuch The teed are much relished by poul- - ensuing pause covers a sudden sense without drawing out its juices. Tho 0l Ull'ISVll.I.l KV. TnAiNs KiiniLiNitiNt.. -- . No 04 4th Street, - CoflVv. if2s l IN..IM.I .r iw IMwm at "Dr.," "Itcv." and "M. I).," eta, try, and, If not led too liberally, are of the Impropriety of making tb much salt would do that most effectually, iu, ... ItTt - w, IUfU S.1V. XZ.T a- t- m. AflM. a. t, akv. iitaRT rs I Siqte i.irMall Mall STITIIINS. are admtsslbloon gentlemen's cardi, um. nRtwwMiMN, HraMWM,lwan You Vfklu 8cr .'taiK rnnl".i,r very wholesome. A corresjiondcnt of noise, the eyes aro cast down, and a and hanlen the fibres beside. a. II s tnthf aHK a a ,riraa Aria'n A militarv title, tucli at "Lieut.," the Country Gtnilrman recommends blush can in most instances be pro- may add a teasnoonful of chopped l.fh (InHnnall I ..'IW am liniia raorrssiosAU "Capt.," "Ota.," "V. 8. A.," -- V. the seed at a cure for the heaves in duced by holding the breath with the onion, if you like it tlavor. " nallon ..... . tsi tho IH a is " WlllliMilora ! 8. N.," etc., it also admitted. oil and vinegar for three ' (ImrtH.wn TII23 horses and tayt: A gentlemen told lungt very fully inflated. Tho final steak on the M llln.tMl t . I fl. A It. W. HOCK Kit, ! 4t '' The handsomest style it that which me that there it nothing equal to tlio 'Hn, ha, ha' it given at a crescendo, or four hours, turning it over every t' M.IH.1...II1... IN A8HLAND, VA " lll(kliilJr.t LOUISVILLE S It COMMEIICInl! its i hi engraved; next la that which it tunflower teed for that purpose. He ipirilcdly and without any show of half hour, and then Kittle, or half-fr- y Harrttl.bnifJniMlkm 4 114 - ll " laaillk . a as ... II w 1 lieautiTully written, next come the had onj bnthcl of the seeds ground restraint like the outbuitting hilarity it quickly. Season it with salt ATTORNEYS AT LAW, n " lianilll. JnMllanl isTiir It IM MfKlanrr printed card, in text letter. with two bushels of oats, aud gave of an unconventional N'rANI'OIII), iNinga. (WaMiM. milkmaid.' after it it rooked, and serve it with a AT ruiM. AirriN, IHIU. OMMl FOUTHE TEOPLE. " li..r-lMMI in At a hotel, when calling on any a horse two quarts of the mixed meal, This novelty in laughs Is heard every little fresh butter, or with the gravy (KHraMtrMrAllalrr . INilal llurniM.. Ljlb'agliw. ON NiTIItlHY, AVnST 7llu " l'ninlrlaB4 . m. -- 4 1? one, tend your canl and await a reply wet in water, three times a day. He wliere iu the metropolis ami it ture from the frying-pan- . I4 If you follow IniiInIii llir Ijslml Strain Irom nil " fkllnnal. . . tl 1 tVchwk n, ttow IM4, ! r M,U limit Turin r llir SSnrhl, Willi tnlim- ILl ..! S.rr) .1 tani id the reception room. In Aihlatvl, lrttnl. took the time when the bono was not to become popular at the summer re these directions and do not try to im- C 8. MYKItS, rr44 tr Mr J 8. a . Mvlaslll,. llr-- liiltiariinlliiri nriwii rill lhlfTsrrlT U ftllHilt?la Matn lrrft, In lh . . ,l si Ihifr. If two or more ladies are in the used at hanl work. In two weeks not sorts. Wilh a little alteration it can prove upon them, you can havo tenhmrlvfllWIastffi, intl.lsfwItltsB aUnr trvriltnit . lit ii " I iarllnrinilllir llnjr. Arr HvlManraaraS. or ArrrttA tT tHTfarj alhHir, household, the turning down of a cor- a sign nf the heaves could licolerv-cil- , bo made to lit any mouth. ATTORNEY AT LAW, thr.1 of tvtWI hkh irva ynnl ImjrM inl unttrrh Ijtot.ota Cincin der steals hereafter If you will. Jlml ill! lorn. Irnll ner tignifies that the canl it for all the Tlirtnm.rrlalkaa Wranl a NrnafrHnMnalUw . 11 wl W frtMsi (I) IVnala nrllta alt dlirrflns llnra tr Ik. and the horse looked as sleik and nati Knquirer. Aatt.Ufeliiatarl'liV.to-ttfail-IlIkat lnr.iiavwalkr w,t.. wllk talrfrar-kNr.lk, 1.1 an.1 Wnl It) IWnrrta -- Ilk lC. A HTANI'Oltlt, KV. smi lb IL, K A I It. II , atvl hit a fvfaU A Kio Hoy's Love tor Hi ladict. far tnaalranr. M lar NawMaiivr nrr ttonttat-wtl.jiii- , luklr.. Mavtonpttf iba bright as if his hair had been oiled. ttf t lwi I..II.U I R Ha. (I) It,Lrnlmkr llltrrIliiroJ-li- rf W ilk lla lariw lln. M Pirn In Ik. Hmiik lUtvlolpli MtHsnn(tltrlif on . II) IVnnrrtanllkN It rfkr H of lh kkmI r fW A old boy, whose legs were Mother. Xcxt to the love ol her OSV wilh Jihlc Itlllps la Iks Cards may lie left immediately Ho Jhad cured two horses of his own x iwlfsl tnatllailonsf lsprnln) In th loulh, anl ISipnlrkr. an.1 rrlal lalrtrama ati.1 a rail an4 ftl Onnnta wllk all Jlfrrtlrf MiM.kn'aU Square. l4,'4rMncrllU4tal Willrra, lUianlrraannl arnl stlk-wr.o ar kltuattnl Irnrtf, htikltiK 1h fIMa jnlk.M4lk. Nmlk-ra- 4 where a death it known, but n call of of this distrtssing complaint, MI ilf. all Ik. hra, U Ik. waral and recently cut oil by n train of cart at husband nothing to crowns a woman's linnran. i Iminy frtitilarlx tlnlriM tvr iImm hailnf an-anj In auth akaiwa will t lralna t anj al lal.dlan.ralanjlraln 1 an.1 train ltrrakfa.1 IknaviMl. talrafmrm-rhlMiTfi totHtiiTMlf. sympathy and condolence it not to be recommended it to others, who had Dubuque, Iowa, wat too plucky to lite with honor as the devotion of a T.W.VARXOV. NHw ,i. nrnn, I. wry wniiwmi M IP. Il - al IlMk.r-.-l. I frivol efvniMlrtvf, On The Mb III aa.1 rtklbrkr.nlfHns larlaaa tk.v ar. ,1.1 IkrMhjklbttU Narlk Knnlk, l.rt anj Writ ll l r)u.rti!, U Wlaar la twy Ihlftl fih made until a week after the bereave experienced a like result. In cases make any fust over tho incident. ton to her. Wo never knew a boy to Ikrm rlMr anj knitnlr 11 all wknwaal lllns nr turtbrr lafwrwiallon. aJtlm. h IMjiusTHla, T. W. A W. K, VAKNO.V, tr aal. at rtlnrlrnl SlalUwa aai llnft. tk.r.w, nnrlns Ik. lrM.lla Irantpalffn, who liegan by falling I. r. Wllinlt, ment. siilTUn alUnkWvJ, kr,tTr rail tMi Mr. (Jr tnwlva In k IM wotl lnl.rr.tlnc W many wklrk ymra, rUMU WIMIIlWAItP. of liorso distemper and coughs it it When the little fellow was taken turn out badly Ilrnl. Tklrt All K. M Hallon, al A.hlanJ, i, wIm will Ilia aal rl at om fcr Tk. l'mMrrHal. In love with his mother. man ATTORNEYS AT LAW, sOtiri In fM lo( I ha prr Mir, Any hnrrrlnlrnttrnt The lady in mourning who may an excelleut remedy. New ling-lan- d home hit legs hung limp, but he did W. 1 W.U.TCIX, Not a tear stood in may fall In love wilh a fresh faced not complain. not desire to mnko callt will tend 1 Hiiti..rJ. Kj. OTANl'llllll, ICV. hah. v i:hitiiin. . Farmer. ti.mi;. On jrar, kjr Mall, ..trl.l .IOiai his eyes, but the tender look he gave girl, and the man who is gallant to mourning cards to her friends instead t!lf In Cwtrt ttinflfvi tlnoynir, hj Malt, lnrln.lln( kun.la Ivu. It W Jitnioll. Ml ma. .7 man, wwp.M the girl may cruelly neglect the poor to those who ttood by his tide told iluriog the teuton of retirement from ThTTnHtaiba, kf utafl. rMii I Wheu the vagaries of futhicti inLIE OAM. M. 1UKIKTT, society. plainly that lie wat suffering great and weary wife. Hut the big r HITION terfere with health, it it time to check . Otwxw, on jtmr gaisU A gentleman calling on a lady and agony. After the doctor had dressed who is n lover of his mother nt mid Ill them. Persistent mischief is done by RAILROAD LINE. lAMrAiftii i.ATrji mn wrKLr Iiis wounds he called his parents, tit' dle age It n true knight, who will ATTORN EY AT LAW, tike being absent, or not at home, but ! ilia iranlnii ei littwlittto n l All firrlif Iv ToiliiU r 10 or iaoit ena trar, U rot-t- ; II . icTnAIMIIIOIMIMIIiril. her daughter being iu the home, the around the face . tuch a way that tert and brothers to hit beside, kissed love hit wife at much in the sear-lea- f Mi Motitba ittlsl M rr rpj ,. ., in .. .. T itw Hsalbi, one and all farewell anil lelt n tear autumn as he did in the daisied tlanl gentleman will tend in hit card, inlmWf trri1f not only is the sight obscured, but the Inilr Will pratlk kit iTOfnitlon In IUkrall and ArttK It A second time spring. There is nothing to beauti adjoining rounllra an.1 In tkf Ifeurl upon their cheeks. stead of calling, at it it not customary cjet are mechanically irritated liy he called hit mother to hit side, placed fully chivalrous as the love of a big Sf!al attention gtrrn to cullvrtlens. nf Apprals. .--M I t nicUwooi . Itm for young ladies to receive calls from , the fabric clouding them. Cases of "H I 190 am Lmcii Bojs, think of CIIAS, A. HARMS. his lilllo arms aliout her neck, and boy for his mother, gentlemen unless quite intimately ac- something worse JAS n. Ill'SWr. ' antrrtVard IIM paa'lttl aia than mental annoy- I 33L I US I ManltM W 3VX w ! said: "Mother I am going to die In this. ItAUniN A Pl'SLAP, III IN quainted. " MVIS HIT anco and "neriousncsx," distinctly! : M !S -Jtanili jHMttvn It it well to havo cards in readiness traceable to this cause, are falling! a lew minutes. , ricao lorgivc mo lor i Tallahasseo fl'la.) I'ulriot: Three ATTORNEYS AT LAW, UllrkllLrf .. tli - til ST.tM'OItn, KV., DANVIT.Ii:, KV.rartlr et tin " til " you. not miniuug mi nut ine nt every call. H .Nfw wlulo men came to town " HatM . IM lVxkaTt ftiriuvJ a Mllnrnklnfor lk under the oliservatinii of practitioners, tal " ' its Ar trUM JdatiUxi 1 ikitlaanUlntkaUuurtni It is quite well to send in your card and, when the practice is denounced, little fellow fell back, mid as the this week to sell eight quarts of whor- law Mr llartlln willglvnMM atlrntloo la Ap- - HAS HAD 10 YKARS" CTPERIKNCE a l. - itai m UttHnaatl Jaotllo ptnla. I tkr llHili'ltl mother said, "Y'es, my angel," and tleberries, which they had, no doubt, martin tkr II117IC lowtta. Wn wllrlt a akar A( by a servant, as the mispronunciation fashion it pleaded as its excuse. e Harris. PurkaM IIAHIHK A IMINUsr. twaisttirt.1 b , .ub spent a whole day iu picking, and KMIrMlrueaaV lalht Imiiitsw, aa4 of the name is thus avoided. .,.. " i i, ;... """" ""- - " " TRAINnl.ol.NllKIUTII. .i: If a lady is not at home, it will monstrance; but it it simple duty to found lnni dead, and beinnd all pain then walked from their homes, a dis- T" KK K. HUFFMAN, TnSf 1 1.11 sATiMMrnox, J and suffering. Arriii, is.i also serve to show that you have call- point tance of seventeen miles, through the wirwr 's safa Kiwy um Cve. I out that if women pleae, in deCtMtraA'Iirv(Wt) Lt Mantel ... ir brw 141 rrnlllM naa ed. scorching sunshine, to get them to SURGEON DENTIST, Sl.AnillTI.il OF THF. I.NSOrEMS, A TrrtaW rrpparati'm .nt Iii4isnlv fiance of common sense, In resort to r Irabllrrkarn. ttl -- , III rsMM-llit Lt wvkrt I fusr ltrfsl.1 The hostess should, if not desiring IiUsmm. AIL KIMIX OS- I It ill these practices they must lake the Day before yolenlay Mrs. Wilson, of market. The last we taw of them iUiiHiin4 .ALL liUtisr, Uarr saj IAr llilantmi HTAM'OIII), ICV. iMnmtet ItsHrt-.-Irlatry uimniiiAitj of to see any one, tend word that the it !-' Ar iuk tr-- i .. 4n tb tlatcat orJar In rrr-t- f Tho veils worn by our this city, was feeding her canary they had bummed around fur sevenl Oatw-Knconsequences. U Main Slrrtl, Iwn Junra Ut LADIES' AND MEN'S WOUK DONE, Of lbs alltntMrt. engaged when the tervant first goes to Otr-lttx rtjr ft itHr, nil (br Ta Ika Ultra mothers anil sinters of the lost gencr birds, when a small diamond from hours, offering them at 10 cents a Pur MlrouaHol.l Oaa aJmlbUlrrH wl,n rr-ptrr'a UlaaWlaw I'D M.MAX IMI.lfU: OAIIS ttr. an4 iVSatMhrt (lllJa tlio door, and not after the card has Ui o llrlcltl iulrr.l dtitMUMta. rail for ttrnr-- ' atiou hung freely at n reasonable dis her ring fell into the cage and wat quart, without finding n purchaser, ! Ml T. Mrnrkla, IJIIU ILjat. HiMb, MMlwMr lieen sent up. 4 UsrerCuns I an.1 h.w Orkraaa. Raraitrlnj: Kvntlj- aud Proniptlx DU tance from the eyes, and could lie immediately cobbled up. There were and had stopped to debate whether to WARNER'S SAFE BiTTEHS. It is ndruissible, when n lady does thrown back. Those of "11 U. MDIUIAN, I). I S., IlkllMhallllsfs4BHnt?r,tiaUmaUlr pAtcnetl. Prlra Low today are tix birds in the cage, and they look tell at n lower price, throw them tTTj ftjnruon to marm hiii.rul artiea. t4 EMIGRANTS, not desire to see a caller, to instruct TAKE NOTICE I ' Ulhua tWiHl in all serai transparent ejo bandages, and cd so much aliko that the was unable away or lug them back home. It rarM rrrtTwaltaa and olhrr Wkln lttrf ttWata ami 1isam. inrlliiit the servant to reply that the "misThUrwlaUiTrt ami ot hrr attwrn A I'll UTITIOM II OK mutt lend to disturb the vision, at to keep track of the thief. After TWI.kTV IKAIm lyrlJiwUtwliMMr(tMltiltfMJwK tress it not nt home," the understand"It your husband out I" inquired a wltk a lawful lamtal n.ualitrallun. koa I. ntrrit 200 Mile 81.ort.Mt: to Tarn at. CwnmIimHIom, ltultsrtt, 44Mrrl lsTll well as to set up irritation of the eye considerable thinking over the matter II. rath iiyM tuvcuifi dj insif ai llltrr. ilia Tina Mafkqnlrirr atvl gentleman lately of the wife of a a liberal Iialir. ami wlU attend wrrk. CVuatring being that, whether in the, house Innit tl nniil4Hl mm an atHti84r tail Urt al jnraat.r, rrmaln on Ar. ItthrrMtn ! Iku Ly at lids. Discoid them at once, and you she finally determined to kill tho cabinet-make- r tf tjiftr ftlJf. lam-lHkIimm bf two aiawsi rnrM,Ar. ami rnr. llnnon. t4ilnmUa. llualtmilll., ftrrria,tfIlUakMtli tho Boulevard on or not, she at home'' for the lluoiua In WlU Cralg'aruttatfr.tblnl rnklrnc WAnNER'3 SAFE NERVINE birds and inspect their stomachs for are sensible women. ainirani iioi.i. Nam nt , Manford, ar -QtiisrkirctTMliMaMM?ratAtbtaairtit, Montmarlre, Pans. "No, sir. He inm Mn quicKiisT. ciii:n;sT a.mi iikst reception of callers. luo-lrnrtM ttmtmwUm and MrMta. ittwonta tho gem. The slaughter of the inno is in tho back shop working;" and at S .Mr. John Itamsey, of South Uper rufiNi' iii,aiM riivMisiaMa- ItsxstaUtll A business card is inadmissible as U UImI, KaMai, ItllaUi, rnitti cents began at once, aud as luck al taaliaaa. lava, Nrlwwka, (a.swrlii. AitvaaMt. that moment there came the report of a calling canl, unless the call it puro-l- y street, in this city, is the father of ways it, the gizzard uf the last bird !. tartt triM, tl n. r.r Htiurm in. arattin, it aaa, tfelura-tn- , and a firearm from that quarter. "Gra- MILL PROPERTY for SALE one fur business. twin daughters who lire so accurately wr.lh.rlakpnlnwnallorlara.ili.a. Knlrant IUI, i tiMitia. Ar . contained the jewel. After the dia- cious I" exclaimed the visitor, IMitoanrtwaaltni rnrwa.sor.and kanaaa, lriu,r , addrna I L 1. ATUliltk. In making New Year's calls it is alike as to mako the facts iu the case "What IVm aftJTU.rl Al , WARNER'S SAFE PILLS mond was recovered the poor woman latskUTIIKw Ara an tntra.di.1. nnt nntr ailmntna Ibr n j Or T J AaTianar. Agml. f. is the matter I" "Oh, it's nothing, m Jl Tan lal Llswtf customary to present a card to each remarkable. Not only the features of hUtlfcsfsJ, Uf iv CaatiTtitUM, Dtinmii ta. contemplated I he hamblcs and cried II 4lM.a tnw- kMMH MILL VAU U. sir, he it only finishing n gothic cab- proisrrir rtmtitunf rarrtt mill anil circular aa kL ot the ladies who receive with her, as their faces aro exactly alike, but they r.nr is..,J auurl. .Lfc..Hal.w . mmM uul like a child for a solid hour. Ulrrr, aii ttj luiti wbrttsrver !! sfl,. inet, and was firing small shot into it will, altualfel oa hiuft M wllea utlU-- fnni Mur well as to the huttexs. are the tame tize, Mime height, same (mlturu. Trail, atvl fnwi NaLtlll. Umrladu not ufsvraia TlwMtf Mllla arv new atvl int Iim iknMistM.ut all (AT Tlir (ILll STAND III' IUH1 A III.NM1 Mnt rtanUiir frwlr In taking a letter of introduction figure, and same weight to within a A miller, who lately quitted hit to givo an appearance of nf worm eat ruu lj watar-iw(all U rrar rouiul ) One of k ItUr I'll- - rstsjunf tah wtmsr, HTsmsj, intjisnipuuaiiniia (UT a Mill in ma Austin, laitinf slsw to a lady In the the city, if jou seud half pound, and liaie been since birth mill to keep a public house, tent a en antiquity. CHESAPEAKE&0HIO F. fl., rh I rtn W. valrurr, ruareultriit lotuarkft atvl mllruaJ. II skrssarr'k (wkt a asU AUo oiHwhair Inltrrrat In auui wrlMtrisI mm ht sWsnia. a tuisus. il to her by the servant who answers up Iu the present time. They are painter to paint him a tigu, on which lathi, rwal nrlchLura and A that ruuU l I It itaHif tdr aWfSt, Pkn.vsvlvania Skiiiv. Will atII tbs tullla or I'AHSr.Xl.r-UTIIAIKIII N AMI OINNI1T the bell, also send on r card with the now in the litis of their age, he would have n mill. "I must have 'John Smith, teacher of cowtil- - draltrJ In Kratutiyor TrHMHt. nrbinfc hr teal H.H.Wsrur&CCn ratata AdJrrM, AS UlLUmn ANI IllULf.r. IS I lasri(r.X. T. have never been tick nor separated the miller looking out of of the win lions and other dmcei fame. iROOiUflTLli, N. I- - l.niNfJ, I.tilatlllr. lij. gramraer 412-hn. I r (as The card bemg left in your ubaeuce tor any length of lime, are iu the dow.' "It shall bo done," said the taut iu the neatest manner fresh salt Mil Milt is the equivalent of t, call, A call is same classes, study from the same painter. "Hut at I was never seen to herrin on draft likewise Godfreys UlikmunJ lar.tlMJafUI. aula m'la Mi. m now duo from you to the person leav- book, both remarkably sprightly, bo idle, jou must make him pop in conljial )h. 'II llnm t 11 an. rulo sassage and other gar " li a, m S Ita M fl HUmnImi. h . . ing the canl. quite handsome, and each devoted to his head if any one looks at him." den truck N. 1$. bawl on friday nlte Itlnum 7 11 a M " Wlillamnma . 1 XI ,. w I9lm SPRING AND FARM WAGONS. In leaving the city for a permanent the other above all eltc. The most This was promised, aud in due time ' Wkltarlnlikur INTERIOR aUo meeting chucsday prayer " HlalMi IIAMNd NII.IKI1 It I.STAIIIIMIUSNT. l E am .11 ttf a II residence abroad it customary to tend remarkable feature iu the case it the the sign wat finished and brought some tiuging by the quire. ... i IliarUnlon. h. ,n . SI M .llUin TI ooa,f ni . lluntlntnn. in In M out cards to intimate friends, adding fact that they havo never had the home, "It It well done," said mine ISirlMHunlk Wl . M I. COMPLETE STOCK " Majllllbj . REPAIRING & PAINTING The hano of our life is discontent. I ana m to the uaiiia "1. P. C." J'rrtenlt slightest variation in weight from host; "but where is the miller?'' " I1n.li.ii.lt . Slala ni birth to the present time. They are "Oh," replied the painter, "he pop-pe- d We say wo will work so long, and I'atting GmyHmtnh. I'lNK ON SlIllliT hOTK 11 AMI MltllLiirtwB .llsrm.M.J J0. IllatiUnjlwi UUkuk.k.1 UashI Hut we MII,I.I.si:iCY Al I'ltlMi: COST. tliT, tW t ikRiM.li his his head in when you looked." then we will enjoy ourselves. at iHsnlona After receiving an invitation for named Mary and Martha. LexingVina air jitsrhTrbiw find it justasTIiackery lint expressed UlllUkJ 11 Sail fssuball ..Ll.l. or attendiug, a large party or ball, it ton Press. iiii.stm'vm:. ilwtrly al ll.vf.luoill will, Na. I Pitoi'fitLY Dfcsou.vfcii. A prop- - it: "When I was a boy," ho said, "I or Anir .raon Jr.lrlnf to rnlrr Into ntit. builnna, IIuriIikim.. lolnrrmMkrr aluk.ran bargain tr lit. ( balr r rrtMHV atblniilwi is customary to cull soon afterward on bit Mtj Wr ralllns nn ua at mmw. To lion, a Hah. Scraiie ami wash oeltion as infamous as the steal of tho wanted n. 3 raiirr. run dallr atvl tsunur-r- li some tally it was a shilling, the hostess, making a brief stay, or carefully in plenty of cold water. nMn. M'NAN M. U Alllll... llyDlttifllv.nvhhMMb.rri to)WUwH.t.., Mtr al Put Presidency is discussed by tomo Ke I hadn't one. When I wat a man I Mrn. I. f. Illllt't I WA11RANT ALL NEW WflltK f Mb. ausl Uurlaaatl. tVatMt, . , Umrij al t.ttfisitM. leaving a card. I III fur I ynrhlturjf lt to coolc in boiling water, enough to publican newspapers. The proposi- - had a shilling but I didn't want any Irglula X.UIJD4 V.tMvl frt.su U'tuLln.lAn n.. -- rfia TWSLTK HOMtlla AK1 BfriarlnMrlr aHtisffiliMMillIa lili Ku. a k n. cover it eutlrely, hock end up; let it lion is for every doubtful Stato with a Johnny' iCmmitu n !unli, w llU ulliuan Httifii truw Wat.tutw, taffy." Iji.t Hummer our Dog Trowter wat remain on the front of the stove till Kepublican legislature, to so chance la Ukllatuli har. aUAHANTCU Villi BATIBk'AirnON tn lntlala MUUM !., Ihiaillla aaJ "I have never written anything I a lyin' in the tun trine to sleep, but tne nam begins to boll; llien put it the mode lTMbltur(rvai(TUrtHjratll.aikllnilllaith appointing Presidential Nu. I for Unrlnatll. the Hies was that bad that he culdu't back and let it simmer steadily for electors by giving that power to the am ashamed of," lays Gen Hancock. fin. nArruiH. ItaiM Ithtiutv) tlallr.atrri I S una. jr. alt.-Ww. ail al UwfJun.ilIU sleep, cos he had to catch 'em, and three hours. Take it oil the fire, and Witlalure. Such an action would be Garfield reads that with a sigh, and at I . !, m , cm Kalurtljji, Jtina III iua U hi mi,, wily, recalls tho receipt he signed when he Now as Complcto as any Print lua.arrltlaiai JOHp. m. liime by a bee lit ou hit bed, and wat let the ham remain Iu tho water it it nothing lest Olrrwrarall and kwrn UJ 1IIV UI1V ilrra. than revolution, and -- liCAI.lllSIN 'J I Hiatal UuTn..iU.t,,U.dii!c IIOIUL-sllllklwat aid hit fee fur getting an approa.,Ulr law (.11 workin' aliout like the dog was hisn. boiled In till cool enough In handle; would w.vn aiiltal U lrxUla everlastingly damn every man MUUnJ Mall fruwi inrj Establishment Outside aiul I,im(.Uu, Uiflv. iu. a trial. u4 priation from Congress for the De Towser he held hit head ttilt, and then skin It, put In a baklug pan and arrlira at UlUtuaun'a at I Ma. m, who aided iu it. Harrodsburg ObtiJ-i- rt m ii, r. ntsii. iiIhbt hlft Ml) .,t.r nr Nn, N. S truut lUikuui! la Golyer pavement. Courier-Journaor the Largo Cities, lihenlhebeo was clots to hit note, sprinkle with about three ounces of server. s till & I (roM Groceries, On liH huh bar U ' llHHlltlgtsM.. Towser winked at him like he ted you brown sugar; run your pan in a hot A Wisconsin farmer twenty-thre- e A shrewd Western circus and mesco what this buffer it doin'; he thinks oven, and let it remain a half hour, N'" I'-- 4'KtkTtVAHI.. nagerie manager distributes In ad- years ago planted a puce or watte Wan. I'm a which Itu't or until tlio sugar hat formed a brown riru vance illustrated primers for children, land, unfit fur cultivation, with black Iarat1atlHnalllHl,i) opened jet, but jou Jut wait till I crust. Thlt uot only Improves the .J , 4 uTiTw UaytfUla .. in which all the pictures and descrip- walnut trees. The trees are now from tiu ad L in South Sido Main Btroot, First Door rrlcos for Work aro as Low . blossom aud jou will tee tome fun, flavor of the ham, but preserves ita tfUuMsula ' . ')))M " llghllnKt.m,r, All) tions relate to feats and beasts to bo sixteen to twenty Inches through, and Uolow tit. Asaph llotcl, M4.MlU0tlU as in Cincinnati or sVi t u ami ture enuf Towser opened hit juices. I'ua bailswiua it 17 p w " Ulul.- -i seen in his thaw; but tho show itself have been told for $27,000. . I Ua iu MHl. WW.MM mouth verytlow to at not to tritten Vkiiariull.ur . . Ki:.vrtx;KY, i fail aw 7 4 . u M Louisvillo ! A Kiuru; Pli.Tt it. Procure two It not mentioned, " ttuuiilua and it it ouly I I'liMitWiki It we mix n mustard puultico with MEAT AND 1'JIOYISIONS. ' lltarlollnvim. ... the bee and the bee went into Trow-scr'- s new flower pots, nf the diameter of wheu tho pouters nre put up and the ' iiuriu4Mill.. A Ui i im 4 tMa w tho white ot an hutend of water, M Krrnalaaraon kands full au'lf 4 mouth. Then Tower he shet his ItliliwunJ 7 11 a I H iw ten aud twelve inches. After filling familiar objects emblazoned ou the wo nut ouly get u mixture which will eyes, and hit mouth too, and had beAIXI.- ' I . II Mull Uai.a lluatlualun Jallr. .11.14 the hole in the larger one with a walls that the value of the advertis-piec- e Stiiplo & Fancy (Jrocorlcs, Suuilijr. 1b.No.t train kFailiia- - HualiiiitliMi be sure to draw well, hut one which gun to make a peaceful tniile weu J.aturJar 11m o at 1 kllaullfcur fruw a JM a a. of new iponge, fill It one third ng liecomei apparent in the eagerness can bo easily removed and which will buiiJi)tllll,a. ni Muu.lar. Ouinn-l- rka.li al I.AWVHIS' imuiv, the bee ttung him, and you never AND PROVISIONS. FISH, OYSTERS AND GAME iiuiwi...),. mi ,, ..i.iiiaiwn witu balr lar ln,u full of coarsely pulvenred charcoal, of the young ones to see the show, j not IVkll. Knit knr I. Wa.khulon blister thetkin. OATAIMIUM. t'lUCUiailS, teed a ack to In your MrglolaMkllauil Mali rrwullaailll. ami I AIXI. llieu, In like nianuer, till tlio ilralnago i,M.ljral l.wjooallll. wllk u. t A liijuld called Nalwll hat been ruomtAMuu, iwm.iw, Mri, life. St. IjouIi Times. ft.r ItlrJiwunJ. (irrmwi Uskii to It. Hob In- INTIIHUr-KAMloiieniui; iu the other smaller nut with Boots, Shoes, HaU, Caps, Staple Dry ( III.IKS, HAIllia, TAUS, I.NVhMII'M, which it taul Iu render denial ipfraill I. riiattrnllntr nt o. tlxirran I II, K. A I' I' Slaauirr lalanit. . .. Yuu tjrongo anil set it ill tlio other. Illllluu't riillmmutthu. Irau.duiUu.llal 1 1. m Jail, anj la du. a Goods, Notions, Genu Keady made (Munitions eutlrely painless. It IS MM i.CTTi.n hi:a ixi. hurt ... IM- .- ....,.! lluiillUKlvnloioaimi nllk No. 4 I lima, nkkk .1.1 Kuriotity it the germ ov tuckcess, cau place them on tho end of n ileal uai-llll'll) I liuiillli lino gelling ....l mi runatlallr lo Itlibwontl InnuMliikM-lClothing, Pocket aud Table Cutal ouly necessary tu apply it to the hr.vrnit.STH, ni.ci iits, hiiiiisi.kak, I ) in kkots an.l Hantllk. (uinnsa but thare li a grate deal of idle kuri- box iieriuratcd by an uuger hole to a change ot temiurature before tUm-lattlorUoualllUi k,r 1 aikl.ta-lou- , lery, Queens- - and (Hush ware, will, I'hII. W III alao tin all kliiiU tif work In the tooth tu be ojieratcd iirun tu pruluco WITN lAl .UT1 riCATIJJ, HON Ins, luauM.iaialluw IV kit. Snlkur U (Vaaklbtoo Kansas otity that iz nothing more than active corrivpuud with those in the Hotter to the future grate Tobacco and Cigars of all u,ihra IittJiiiai lal 1 u tu laaltk u. li i In llm An. fl Arruni. IniKtloiJusaTlll. .Ullr,,,. WMil'INd INVITATIONS, huuj.i, al IM a u. ami arllrra al 111. knmo.1 lazynett. City Times. pots, 1'lace a pitcher underneath and kinds, Powder, Shot, i tooth it bciiiir cxtiacled or filial. lis fl S n. I" On SluwJiia not, ruoa Irom Slauuluo. rUNLUALNOTlt'M, Thare It nothing better than a good irjui !..!.. u.i.. ..I.I..I. .u.ll ajtiv .. ..... l.avlnSSlaiiotouat2.IAa w 1.1 li.w nun... .,. ,. Colonel Wright, of New Haven, SADDLERY & HARNESS An. tit lfls.il laaiM Slauntua .Ul -- knit, in u,.v wooi.kx vaiixn, reputation, nothing harder to git, late slowly and be found at pure and '. Nuutlar, at S In a. w iwHiiM-iat lltailulli.il tl tooth to which it is npplicil, and no Conn, has just mado a clean 670,000 rorl.iwkknrii an.1 Ihiailll. aa-- l nllk H nothing that ueedt clusser watcklug, colorless as crystal. 'I In- - ami tVoodeuware, i.iwountra in Arizouu mining slocks, which ro lalllurJooaillkiktMralola HU- danger can How from iti use. nothing eatier to looze, and nothing Wo Oaa not bo Beaten iu laml klall . IrowIH. WaakUluo, an4 aiilin. at Ulib . xittul. Ill lliut wi.M rnlliA. lul Wrtfrhr MWWI R Aud wanr ulirr ua.n.1 artbrlca too talluba to W'atkii iitK FoniA There It no -'" allot nkkk I oS.l Uaill al lb M.rili.a; nan on No. t fr.ni llnallniilau harder to regain after It it once lost. more fruitful suurces of cholera UUUgDu. .u.... Jst,,,llMll.re.llct.-Uost- oii l'ost. Mblltonl,ka, ouNo. 4 Iron, Ukll.holibor to aud lo X. UMkOMbJ The gratest bores Iu the world aro a other poultry diseases than water "1 have never had a breach of prom-- . ror lUtea, Tlikrla, Ihaia.. t kn t,,.r , a If lo Hoe A Co., tho New York printing Ise case befure mn in which the moth- set uv clever phellowt, who that has certain N M JOIINHTON.ti W f. Aa'l, (4oilnuall, II ttsguuut or heated, I will tak. t.nulrjr Trulic, lu rlikalifo lur guoJa ..M...AI ii IIIIU4IUI, il. ) 4 A are eternally ofliclous.elerually loqua l'nileavor to hae koiuu klud of n crof the girl did not know more 'press builders, have paid the widow at market vl.ia WM I'UflH, li I A hufl I kaialan lfor. Ik. imUlr. aakliu. rn.lilun Hhoal-'o- t William llullock, now living at shut, about lull,' olile aud allwajt trough or earthen vessel iu a shady about it than her daughter. anj Uwlowlns bvom im II Jvnia, aoU la all ikra. A Call whon iu nood of any thing in (ulaud, llko bout tlyt in the month place, and fill it with fresh water ways suspects the fellow is a rascal, l'rutttville, N. 8., $2,000,000 lor the All Doiio and accordingly gets res dy for Llm." stents hvr hwUiid took out. of August. SS&ti& SnSTJiSt aUtlitty kln our lino will convince you of aiuall. Noataowi ic Dlepatok. ot'oTAiirutm, twlco or even three times a day, The n tu uricv uJ Wlill I liarwmvlviNl llitlr ucni-tho truth or tho nbovo. ktuall uuablltiii 1 fat I Ikat uuua Lava alt., an llailbii aa.alali-- 4 bluintll llh Ik. IJ IVieudihip closes its eyfi, rather The merit of Dr. Hull's lisby Hyr-u- p drinking cua of hiut with broods of It's our opinion that it ratus more Niuial.Ul IimiJ liwrtJUauly that. luyairlL AH.r trbiolllakaa, llibuiuuin A Cu , i,i.ntfulli trooa fof Ibrlr Ibaoka lo iny biaov Ixlrbja alul sue ackuowled by all who have chickens will need special attention, u,k,u thejust than upon the unjutt, for than see the ...oo.. ecllpstJ; wl.llo iulbllalb.liooaii.orkfi hUoJi In ktuliKlr bjra inllnoann 14 tka W. V t II al.rk llbrral balrooaL., I lo I b. Union ntoi k aiJa, it for the dUwMiof Iufnu-r- , at being shallow, they nre quickly the uiijutt feltow gets away with some .malice denies that it it over at (he 0ornororiCtlllllIllllBBOMtall. aawr, au4 tjr lair uWlug anil low Irki-a- I ul iluuall. ur IniloKtim aiil.. loiloalou.i kv Itn. T ued . lo VlAl.lllK, Jr., rro4lator, Ibla trio. .Ill Uiu.full, kauJU-- ab4 " "T inai w.i.n uiiwi in. oiwawo. oi iii.ht. Stanford, Koutuosy. HulllrJ 'full. son Itia-nemptied. oilier ftllow's umbrtlls. aal-- ) IW loouirHly Prtco only 9CrnU a bottle. M,i. Ilmoui:. . .1 I nnoh. f mffxr .ninirtofri-.One- nf the summer fashtntw it a We have lately rnl with a psra graph III scwal of ur exhngt hew laugh, whlhh grt liko thif. "TV recommending the planting of sun-- ' lie, It he' Ifn, ha, ha ! Oh h li li, ICY. Mower teed In the middle nf each hill lift, ha' The directions arc at fal- -' Friday Morning, Jnly 23,1880, of pole beans, to that the stalk of the Ions: "A low and tly leginnliig it tunllower, growing fitter thnn the tunda with the Mo lie, at though beans and always keeping n little nilitli was struggling inside to break fwrrf Hlnnrttr. Tlio csril thoiil-- l be print! or writ- ahead, would serve instead of a pole, out through maidenly reserve, and ten vcrjr plainly. saving to the grower considerable la- - tlio mouth it kept tightly closed, While cartls, without anjr embel- bor and expense. How Ihii would while the cyet ara opened wide, thus lishments, ro regarded as in tin best work In practice wo cannot tay, but giving an expression of mingled detaste; avoiding extreme! In slic. Then ne do know that fur many ust tlie'murcncssand mitcliicvotituc. Tlio gcntleman'a card should con- sunflower is n valuable plant to raise, 'follows the I In , ha, ha,' higher and tain nothing except the namo anil ad- - It crows very rapidly, and when louder, with n Knrtlng of the lips to Site .lienor journal. STANTORD, J,,.h.. t. 1 fr ifhttir WBAB rn, .... . rnf hht 'PXrAXF - ... !. - rl JSL ... ,ni ip in H. ''I'..," rt hM Y0E" iSHIRTSIIm i... .una ...l jja LOUISVILLE. - HOUSE AND LOT itv. AT AUCTIOIV .. iU rArEU .in rk. oni.sr,i J ly, L.A.W1LLSON ROOT v n'UI, sit. vr.itmiN, sii i: (cr &Mo& J FL kv"lwl3l?K1 i. S civiau: i:tiuk m ft rtx lllnn DENTIST, An Da F. BASH, tsrr. Vl mmm ymSSmi J"Q31.Tg- 1Q80. MANUFACTURER ft )er :.iiCKiAi:s, To MILLIIUERS: itr.nii:.s, IE J JOB .... S) l,n tlilll t, ix tiii: vi:uy DEPARTMENT, lsu, Harris s NunnelleY Staple Fancy M. D, ELMORE, ntam'oiii), ..... niMlUik! J... n..i, ,,. .. .,, w,. it corro.v - Lowost Possiblo Margin LowPrlcosamlluEx coutlonofWork. X.I1TB- .Repairing Wltk UluX.uV,t&X!",tX' ,. S. H. 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