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HIIINtt Mllhl JMf anfl fMlipr liMlrf., I'liHMH . .. The Interior Journal. VOLUMK IX. NUMI3EH20. -- HATES OF ADVERTISING. is s One t s ,ti I t ill ac law tw II I I ui'K J on orriur. is comi'm:ti: laassff arlllar( ami mmt Joa falatsa la af III III ,iwt:lrdrf. Tken rrls laaall Ik If I I ha lliass. Mat. STANFORD, ICY., FRIDAY, AUGUST U, 1880. WHOLE NUMBER 1IJ9. tmt im am Flu., im Ira tiw n t m, WW a iki in m I l. .. I I r.l IT San aj la) i" I JwI in ml It M It, li Tiwi ii iai in m it (.' i t oil 13 m aid to i m, j in (II It l a l . l , , i, t a aa M v a, m Ml f t L 1 Jl lit rcrupnlooa .rr lo keep Ihe military in umlcr the Constitution mu.t be nialnlaTn 4Jnrirltl ami Arnori-r,offcfiiill rnlUhtu AllrlJLr for Ihrmmrlrrm. ! About Ihrre neck ago n young Tho current Republican statement A very clever illustration nf Garalrlrl auliorilinatlon In the civil authority, eil, and It la well that ihla haa always Urn bus! that tho Democracy wholly or mainly Nrw Yobk, Jui.V M. Tli following hli high reganl for civil lllrty, eraonal Ihe position nf both tho candidates on Ilia man named Walton and a companion, field' action in the salary-gra- b ri;lilaan.t rlfhlanl property, hl acknowl- - Democratic rresldenllal ticket. It la ac- - whilo working In n harvest field, dis- rc is found In n vlrue) dory told by relies on Iho South is easily seen to lie in (Irnrril llaii.Kli'a Id In of arrri tanrf well aa mlli.Jty iiil.ccl in everywhere now, and finally sL!!l:, In civil T?iVTii1SiiRiTii fn, i Two Incorrect when the figures nf elections covered a aiinko coiled up in a shock a Plain Dealer tulacrilier. I8H0 i allalra, ami hia pure ami Mamrlcm life, all and forever settled aa one of Ihe result nf Nrw ii.iik I'itt, Jul wheat. Walton advanced near young men were riding nlong n coun- are rightly considered. (IrKTimKf -- I lure llif lienor la point to him na man worthy of the confi- the war. It la certain lyond all rpiestlon of r Tiir- ilir nf your letter of dence of the people Not onlr a hrav; thai the legitimate results ol the war for the shock and was preparing to aim a try nnd one day last week when DttHtrratlr tMf In itie North ! KKSTIVK.NN, J July IS, MM), a..rl.ln nic formally of ot.lier, a great rummamlrr, a wl,e all tea the I'nlon will not bo overthrown .r Im- blow when the reptile darled at him, they came to n fine orchard, in which, lVtiHstr1lf toft la Ut J lb my nomination In Mir ..Hira of rmlilrnl nan ami a pure pi I riot, hnl a prmlcnt, paired should the fcmorratlc ticket I springing near his fare with n hilling and near the fence n high lioard one Firrss of WiMorrslle Ncrlhr-rsole irr of (lie I'nllnl Hlalw, l.y the "Xallunal piln.taklnj, practical man, of umpieatlon elected In lhat event propry protection aound. Wallon fell fainting In the by the way were two or three Ircc TV I OTMia lniorsll. IViikh rallr Ontinllm." lalily a.srnit.lnl eil henealyt ' Inutril often Willi Important will be given in every legitimate way to ground, nnd it wai thought he hid loaded down with harvest apufrs. It is also Iruo that in New York, t. sTiiui is In Cincinnati. I Wllmr r.i.Ai Till I he nomination public ilmlea, faithful lo every Irual, ami every cllitrn, nilire or adopted, in every been bitlcn. These were very tempting. Pennsylvania, New .Jersey, Counecti ltli grateful nTlillnn of llifrnnfl.lrnce in the full meri.llan nf rle ami vigoroua section nf the llepul.lic, in the enjoyment 1 Young Wnllon was carried tn hi "Ily George, they're nice, ain't cut, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois nnd WisrrMMeil In me tuanhioJ, ha la in hiy jn.lfinent eminently of all Ihelighta guaranteed by the Con At arr ym going la L.ty for ysiirsrtriw fnnr liaraa rtlltf llhfiMt l.t wlrrbr tsasun '1 lie consin the aggregate vote cast fir Mr. rlnrlilni rminatalrtl lijr tlie (Vm fitle.1 for Ihe hlgheat office on earth, the atttulton and Ita amendment.; a aound cur homo and remained weak nnd altghly they?" said No. I. ltl.Mil srsln I his X.I IT I lure rlitrMieil in I lie I'mMenc trillion rency of honest money, of a value and purof the I'nllci! Stale". unwell for a short time, but wns suf"They aro forn fact," replied No 2. Tildeti na greater than that cat fur CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, I, nli.llTn,l(-ro- r Not only la hi tli rlgtil mm for the chasing ami 16 maintain In wer corresponding auUtanllally ficiently recovered to lie able lo re- "Here' n hole In the fence: IctV go Mr. Hajts These igiircs speak for fl-- e COlt. TlttltD AND MAllKKT BTllEETS- Ilia fnlnre Tlilileentli, Kniirlrrntli place, hnl Ihe time haa come when Ihe hot wilh Ihe standard rccognltcd by Ihe com- sume liii usual duties. for ome of 'cm." themselves. ami llflrriitli nieilmrnt lo llirOmslitii Inlereat of the country require that Ihe mercial world, and consisting of gold and Tli llsellsslrbrner la lAalsillls t th..tlj4l Csitlilng men, restless and slriVa) J It was then thought that It was on WIN rill A (XI. "Hut fuppowj the owner" lion of the I'liitrtl Mils, rinloililng (lie part which Me trrmopolirnl the Kircit allver and conrertlble Into coin, will It Is now claimed that the first ly a bad case of fright, and that his 'Owner bo blanked I" I nm going time the IVpnrlmenl of (leneral (lovcrnmrnt for be maintained, the labcr an J manufactur rraull the r fr llie t'nlon, are expression "Kurekn" was 'If alKI? ,,., 1'rrel.lenrr I tlie Iwt twenty jeara ahoul.l be retlrnl. ing, commercial and buslnes Interesta of encounter with tho reptile had injured to have aotue o here goes." used was when Archtmide rat down! It ii! .liil lo iroUl fi"li all The mnllnuance of thai parly In tower the country will lie farored and encouraged liitn to mi extent. However, niter aful.1 .Win And No. 2 dropped on hi knee lack fur which he had been e In every legitimate way. The tolling in la.vrrany atlrnil loinialror eraite four rrara longer wool. I not l remaining in appirrnt health for rev and scooted through tho fence, and on of our own roplp will I protected eralilnja, on last Tuewlay he wss had filled his hat with tho juicy fruit looking for nearly twenty minute J the full forr aikli fleet of IlieComtllnlion, to the J.ill'hc Of In acmrilancr wilh the Ulwaof from Ihe destructive competition of Iho hlrli li,ei(rj ntllclr, tliil an.l r.locu. I'lfil of rrptibllcan Inallliitlona, suddenly taken sick. Ho iiejrnu to and turned round to join his friend, Here is the vote of Jackson county, hfail hare not lieen favoreil In our eye- Chinese, and to lhat end their immigration menl I. tl.o fnUje law of die land The (.itlllillen fuiiiia the l.a.L of the lent of government, the ripeluation of lo tour shores will be properly restricted. sulTer intensely, and at first the na when, to his dismay, ho found him- Tenn., as it has stood for several Clnternnifnl of the I nilnl Htaten. The prorrly or place In one family or aet o The public credit will be scrupulously turn of his illness could not lie ascer- self faco to face with n substantial years. Democratic, 1,700, itcpubliorra jrantrl li it In the lgiilatiee, men haa never lccn encuurajreil In thia maintained ami strengthened u rigid econ tained. He grew worse hourly, un- looking granger, bearing n ferocious can one. men who pan hi Kibllc cijieiidiliirea, and Ihe liber- til nt this time his life is despaired Kaeeutlee ami Ju.llriil IVwirtment tlrfuie country, ami the greet an.) look and a big club, and accompanied Stephen C. Spcncc, of Kingston, N. ami limit h jgillmrlir ft lliet Irtirral rurmeil our republican government ami Ita ties of the people and the properly of tlie of. Hi flesh began to swell and tnrn by tho ugliest looking bulldog, with C, was sentenced to jitl for thirty people will lie protected be a Government (lorerniHrnt. 1'on'ra not ilelegate.1 lo Hie trajitiona wtaely limlto! ihe tenure of (totted and of n peculiar color, and the must sinister grin ,ou bis couuto of law and order, administered strictly In ami in man waya ahoweil their days for kissing tho wife nf M, Y I nilel Matra If the CVin'tltullon, nor .A-ZtsTID of long leaaea of power. Twenty Ihe Interests of all Ihe people, and not of in the last day or two it has begun to nance, that tho trespasser had ever Waller. n.liil.!te.Ur II lo !) Nlatee, llong to the tcalo aud fall of). So far it ha been encountered. long enough, corporation A moment of terrible Slate rrf ivetlrdjr, or lo the eoile. The ycaraof conllnuoua iower i and prlvilged classes. Ugliness, after virtue, is tho best Xos. !)S and 100 West I do not doubt the discriminating justice impossible to relieve (lenerat and Slate (loerrniuenli, tvicli art ami haa already led to irregolarltlre and his intense suf- silence ensued, when tho man with the Street, guardian of young womcu. ine In its own ridirrr, without lirnclilng; corruption., which are not likely lo I prop, of tha people and their caiiaclty for Intel fering. Ho seems lo be suffering the club roared out: stttRi'.Ai Min-irr- , and therefore do horrors upon the lawful jiitUllcllynkf the other etly eipol umlcr Ihe aame party lhat ligent of indescribable torture which "What are you goin' to do with IIINUl I. I UM, perpetited them, llealdra.ltahoilld not be not doubt Ihe succen of the IVmocratic WILLIAM 81111'LF.l, rumllliilt the lnlen. will certaluly end in death. No im- them apples?" Till t'ntun, ciiui'illn; a tlencral (Jot forgultrn that the laat four veara of power ticket. Ila success would bury beyond provement in his condition can bo "Going to put them back," answer ernnitnt illli central powers, ami State helJ by thai party were procured by iliv resurrection tlie acctional jealousies and l RUN t HOTEL! II. It. MAUM'll U.I. (ioternmrnt wilh Mile (uweraior .iirM-r- e cmlilable mean, and held in defiance of hatreds wh!:li have been ao long been the noticed, and, with his flesh dropping ed the man with the apples, with a C0M3IE11GIAL local lo Stale, I a jolll ll.e found-lim- n the wiihre of a major) ly of Ihe peo4r. Jl chief stock In trade of of pestiferous demolf inch by inch, he is slowly wasting sickly smile, as he unloaded them at 1 It IVK of whirh were lalil In the )rtiAundet waa a grcvloui wrong lo every voter, and agogues, and in no other way can this l away nnd dying n slow death, accom- the foot of tho tree aud crawled lack which lo our aralem, of nisdoni. o effectually accomplished. It would re- panied by unimaginable tho fence with na much REFURNISHED AND REFITTED suffering. through Tliitia tW t won utir lallirra niaile, am ahould never be forgotten or forgiven. store harmony ami good feeling lielween Thoec who have seen him say that he grace and dignity as tho circumstan- This Hotel Inn thorousii minntr, andiiunow ir ItAVi: OrENLD hieli lu Inn in 1 alru. and so Many of ihe uien now In office were put all the aectlona and make na tn fact aa Unefirenl at Ixwie. Tried ! Mrml and there Iwrauae of corrupt partiaan aervice welt a in name one opte. The only ri- prmnls n tight too tickening to be- ces would allow. Cleveland Plain AT THE OLD MATHENY STAND, STANFORD. KY.. ix a FiK.vrCLAss ma.m:i:, hold. Dealer. lire, it stands lo ila a nxslil form of free in Ihua defeating Ihe fairly an.l legally valry then would be in ihe race fur Ihe A Splendid Stock of Foreign & Domestic Cloths & Cassimcrcs, The general opinion is that when (IuTllirufl, a 'vtllleal sislrin ciprcacd will Of the. majorltf, and the development of National prosperity, the elA young man in Dubuque, Iowa, 0IVE ME A THIAL: IT IS ALL I ASK. of Ihe profeMiona of lhat evation of talior, the enlargement of human tho reptile sprang nt his fuco he inwhich, riglilfutlr adwliibicrtd, liaa Iven, hypocrl' has bctomo partially deranged over a Suitable for tlenli' Wear,- moral-itjami will roiitlnne lo I the ailinlration of aity In favor of civil ecrvice reform waa rights, the promotion of education, M 15AI.M. .Ill haled ils breith, and that tho poison mustache which refuse to sprout. wnrlj. .Mar religion, liberty, order, and all lhat ont ujr pearl la, tin I hOgWn I. placing aurli men in oilier, and sOS-- tr has now council through his entire J. T. IIAItltlS. DEPODFt He was formerly happy and good WHtitiof Va.Iilntinn Tlie imiiy of the (lor turning me whole orooii ol jetterai ould lend to make lis the forrmoat Nation Pin seems to 1h tho correct tempered. looae to Influence the clectlona. ol Ihe earlli In the grand march of hnsian system. eminent whleli rvnalllnlea u one 'ii.l Ho is now morose, de CniiHlilrrliiglliciiiinllly orilicir KiimtK, style mill wnrl.iiiiiithliii. Lexington Ga- spondent nnd melancholy. la fmll itrar to I am, with great res'iett, very solution of tho case, II la the mtlu llllr in The money of Ihe pc0lc, lakiii out of the grogress. One day Iliolr iirict'Niirtt lower limn I In limrsil. zette 'I hoy tt'ill (Jut ami JtlnUo ClolliliiK In llio I.nlCM MjIrHiiml the of our real lrK.eeti.lrncv, the public Ireaaury by Ihewe men for eervlcee truly your. William II. Kxcii.i-- n. he visited a prominent drug store nnd In (lie llext Maimer, ami Oiiarimli'c .SiitUtiicllon. 'i:ulii;iiiiil or n,ot ierformed auirl f cHir vrv, aafelaml jruer.-1- , often orl A .Spanish peasant, living In the purchased all the dtUerent hair re I.i'liiilriui; .o:itly Hone. 'AMIJffl0rl tflflflfief. STANFORD KY. ami of that llbefl we au hlfihl, lri at all, la being naed In va.t auuia, with Ihe '1 Intuiting HicIrciivloiiifrH for pant fioorB, lliey liopc ibritimi-UimimrooMl- ic Arthur was kickc-- nut ollice for sulmrls of Madrid, has long lieen in storatives to be bad. After com ami intcrul at erer luiihl to recrre. knowleitgeand prcauninl aanrlbn of the kuiii. the habit of repairing daily to the pleting tho rounds he carried tho botHut no form of OoTerniurnt however Admlnialrallou, to control the tlectiona, tlealinf. Ila yard will take tho (tutu'i fur city, accompanied by n donkey la tles to bis room and put them asido TlIOS.IlIGlIAllDS.I'rop'r. larrfullr ileriml, nu crinelpleo howerer and even the memWra of the Cabinet are o trolling about the country" mailing parti Hancock anil !'ogl!li. den with milk for distribution among for faturo use. When he left tho ,oiln., will ru(et Ihetiihlaof Ik JOS. SEVERANCE. JAS. DUDDERA,.. iinleM lljit Vitoiiiualrallou la fallliful aan rcchcii inalead nf being in their dc- Crnlit Mobilier corruption doesn't certain customer. One day, howev room his sister found over n hundred ami eOieient, It U a rilal rlneii'e In (urlmenta at t a.hingten ilMharging the whereer the master was taken ill, make a good record. bottles in tho licdtick, and all were OFEKED TO THE FUELIC FES. 2:sd, 1S79 our rteni tint neltlxr frau.l nor forre public ilullea for which I hey are paid by DcUolrer iaTcmcnU iluti t lend lo upon his wife suggested that the ns warranted to causo hair lo grow on iiiiul I allowcl lu aubreit the tlghtaof the vople , but with all their cleverneaa sluuld lie sent on his customary jour- the smoothest skin. enlr WInw frau.l, rlolciirnnr inooni- - and ability diacriininating public will no the While Houae. The panniers were acKnglish will lie the next Vicel'rca ney alone. lrlence rontmU, the notlel roii'titutlon doubt lead between the linra of their ami wIt.I lawa are iihIivh The bionet epecchew that their aramoutit hoie and ident. "There is ono Ihing about a kiss," cordingly filled with cans of milk as la lull a tit iiutiiiUKiil for fUfCli (I aim ia to keen IheniM-lreor their ratrlltca uiual, and a bit of paper was attach- said a gentleman to his wife, "lhat Farewell to Republican rule, CENTRALLY LOCATED. roiraiu iieruwn ii ionir) aagi) Tola' ftir yeara longer in office. That pcrctu (irant, Sheridan and Khcrni.in all ed to the donkey' headstall request- make life very dear to men." "Oh, fire kalMroptiit Ihnl Jl5ia ilia; Ihe pow of chronic Federal oflice- - eay Hancock ia a gallant soldier am ing the customers to help thcnuclvc I know what it Is," was tho reply; nile m.lai , fciMiulirU l tbo'iitl .Wof bn)ilera four yeara longer will not benebt A1 Mliocttut AVo lo their ordinary allowance of milk, "it' a pretty pair of lips." "Yes, roicUxt Commurcliil our (lorcinnirut. Take thU foundation the million, of men and women who hold a good man. and to put back the can into the pan- indeed, and tho satisfaction n man has Trnvuhuv. Hancock will unito every diction. no office, but cam their dally bread by awa ami the wlmle Hliutiire falla. I'ulilicuflier "In the melancholy day of No- nier. Oil started the donkey, and lie of knowing that the lady's mouth is Bftccuge Trantferred Free of Chargo lift; not a loonlW-aloae.- honret induatrr, ia what the aame discernof returned in due course with the cans tightly cloned for a short time." H"n lint Imhlir No ir.ouiutent ing public will im doubt fully undtrstand, vember" Itepublicanism will die. ill I ahouUl ever tw in aa they will aUi that it ia becauac of their or (IUhoDrt .lame A. (larficM helped to ateal empty and with everything In order. Imliialry and rcouomy and (iod'a Irii'ti-.- ! with il, or ifai'iuInteil.theahouM own The new colors In Paris are "rasp The master found upon inquiry that if til harreata that the country la the Preaidencjr in 70. iruiiiinlr lerinle!. Our ni'tnlil inter struwber tho trusty messenger had called nt tho berry cream" aud "crushed U working fur Hancock. el un' vailcl ami iilojrivjW.oni l.lc j nntiparallvcly pru'ieroaa, aid not becauae - Kclley crushed without missing one, and ry." Hereafter, no suppose, right doors l'ederal officeI.et tho lilooily ihirt he buried. inaml our tiUMtant ami uiitleil elloiU. A of aaythlng done by lhn Iks tho projier term to STANFORD. KY. xiluluiia ami crui'ii.iMia. raif ,11 l!)c holJera, The country ia comparatively yin. Surratt would bo living to dty also that in some instance he had pull strawberry will girls, , ti'ncthcr with wlw ami ronioiulcal prw'wrotia, not beraune of them, but in if Hancock could have taved her. td the bell with his teeth when kept use in speaking of Chicago Tribuue. They may have .pile nf tluiu. ifiHli-lureuijiiaceiikat ufuurgoviiniutiital Nothing can bo (aid againtt Han- waiting. From that day forward tho - Propr. 1 hia couteat ia ill fact between the eople ahniihl Iki nialnlalnetl, In oiiler that brothers, and then you will lie n jam- E. H. DURNSIDE, donkey has gono his rounds alone. cock aud KnglUh. labor ma lo lightly kurilrnnl, an.l thai endeavoring to regitn the political power med huckleberry. Our platform U clear, able and to which rightfully Iwlonga to them, and to all r.nuiay I irulrrlrl In lhclrllj;hl It is n profound but very common to the liulUiuf tlif ir pn imliiajryf , , ' rotors the puie, almple, economical, con tho point. He waa a little verdant or he never This Old aud Woll Known blunder, tho Ht. .Tame Gazrtte says, Uotol Still Maintains its The tHne haaoume lo enjoy the u!tan-tia- l aiitulional govuinment of our father, on l'cnnsylvania will go Inr Hancock to suppose that Iho wotk of n teacher would have raid: "Perhaps we had High Roputation, Unclitaof Jifiinillialipii. Aaonr jhiu the one aide, and a hundred thoiiaaud 1'e.t ntul I'tigliih. in an elementary school t necessarily better walk on till wo come to a setile hare common iiilereeta AND na n eral oflicvholdrra and their backer., pam(Juench Ihe fire of sectional aui dull. That depends upon the teacher tee when wo can sit together." courage harmony ami .eiienHU rivalry pered with place and wcr, and dctermln-oli- o Its Proprietor is Determined that moiity. himself. If be will work with fine "Oh, no," she replied sweetly; "you main thrui at all liaiarda, on the ai,oi.ji our own intluetrice, which will rr it Shall be Second to no Country Hebuko the great fraud ol '70. intelligence aud spirit he will not only sit down in the chair and I will be vlve our langulahing inerchant marine, ei-li- other. Hence iticconalani aaaumption of Hotel in the State in it Fare, Appointments, or AttenSolid Indeed ti the .South. for Hun vivify tho dry bone of the text-booour ivmuirrcD with fun Ijn atiutia, new and dangeroua Kwer by tha I leneral the settee." tion to Comfort of auial our luerrhaiila, inanufacluiera ami Oomnmenl under the rulo of tho Ilcpub-Mea- n cock and l.ngliih, Tliii.i.iiii those M'lio Iiavo stood by us so generousfor In pupil but nnd litmselt a their Quests. Thousand upon thousands of chilparty The eflort tn build tip what rnluera lo'dcvelep our rant Natluiial Ve Tildeu was among tho first to con- keen pleasure in the awakening of dealing by in llio past, wo promise to ami they tall a alrong dominium, the InterMHircea anil !iuieao tlie iTuii-crit- y dren dio annually of Ihoso diseases Ingratulate Haucock. their curiosity and pertinacity. It in honest goods, even a sliaro of patronage ference with home lule and with the ad haiilntHufour cole. cident to early childhood; whereas, if Dariraas Millaraarls4 taaa 'ros. las dr sat "United wetland, divided we full." can't too often bo repeated in this coun fcprrla! arrMmu4atlsas la 1 chili-.!- , fr than over. alintl, wllla lirlmt fivor, lultiiilraliuii of juatlceln the Courtaof Ihe v If IJaby Syrup wero used Dr. null la I ohiusrf Iai Tratrltra. Tka Itar will bs Vindication and victory. lahnr with what --.Hilly I w.c lo ilia eeieral Slatea, ihe inlerfenncv wilh Ihe try that tho truo teacher must be born in time, their live would, in all prob SEVEUAXCE & DUDDEHAK. aNara asavllrd Mlth tha rholrtbt braada or Uars aa4 Hears. Aa Winlield Scott Haucock ii our next to his work; there I something nioro rhark'e my ilutlew wilh CileKl, arounDm; clectlona thtough the medium of paid ar vartllsat Lltrrr Isatlaratd. be saved. ability Intcreateil in l'reiident. to my rnnrlctiona, ami ahall tale care to llaan 1'e.lfr.il then in hi mind and heart than the rulrrt ami oVfrn.l the I'nlon, an.l to aee keeping (lull pirty in power, ami caring 1SKST 'Xtract from order of Gen. Han mere earning of n livelihood. far, far There is a lioarding-house- , that the lawa I faithfully am! equally nioro for that than falrneM in Ihe clectlona cock of November 20, 1807: "Tho away, whero they have Irieil ham fact, the conatant encrouchmenta eiitutul In all 'jrU of Ihocouiitry alike. HH,KI.K A (O.Cutloo I'citk JCinri,ilI lJtb aihl vrlgbtt, A Detroit widow onus nnd occuBurlap Ba;( etc, trial by jury, the habeas corMatuufarl nrrr (if Awning, Tdild, I'nwlttiM. He IfltiMirth hi. threo times n day. Oh, how I will axauuie the rniuiiajhlllt, fully hi-aihl- c whldi have been made by that party iiwn right of cottage under tho shadow of it and egg Jl IL lllMvI.i: C(,:xrwltui-rlu- m. ConeU, llrit In ntMu ri.tutlt. tho press, the free- pies a Iv ttMit It iuiI I laiinr KaMrrsastun rrrsHDlof nttrt. NiiJ lor inktlUI them boarders yell, when they hear of the fact lhat to ailiuinl.ler riilly tho i learly reneritd right' of the voplo pus, tho liberty of church steeple which is supposed to Cnrrlauott, DuccIck, Wuconi. kfltHA IUUUNmi.N, Wfr. nJ Irtli, wV Matkn.Ui M Trlihl-s- i inJ ImsMum mtrt. the funrllonaof thedorermiirtit la to ilia and the Mates, will, if not checked, sub- dom of ijkccIi the natural right of l fur ttlilccuttr IB sVlrt-ila- a itlrll tho dinner belli Oh, how them egg of falling when a high WUITNk A ItAtkhTT, Mlrt vflliiktUi IiuiwiIiI lu.viim-- wlf- CaklceUtMetulllo, vert Ihe libertlea of tho Iople and the persorn, and ihe right of property, bo tu danger cliar0 the moat ucml Jul that can I mhiiiiit lurmiueisitkoit jwia itT, itiv. taivm i an r midnight a few do smell threo limes aday At wind blows. In iUthuII in J rallro.! wIm tJII.MuLh, government of limited Kwera rrenfed by mint bo preserved," Cottou Duck, iihii an American clllaen W lhl rtsrtlau.tf.iwliK, ottkuui, Hot la, rti , rotlui liurk all iiighl ngo when tho wind blew fiercethe father., and end in a great consolidated I am, viir rrvttlullr Mero bashfulness without merit is LINCOLN COUNTY, KY. Furultare. outa, '1lisi 1'UKiiiMin MauurairlurlPjt 0iujurM f urulluie, ihalfst, itit Yet ft Utile while and tho Demolivvt ainl luotl taut ularitjrln of tlil Itirnliurr trt muI central gorctnmriit, etiong Indeed, for evil W.MUmwk, ly, sho got up her family and dressed awkwardness; aud merit without modtMUI atfrftiloi! (tvrQ toujJcriauJ will be in oner once TroThluu auJ Uquvi Mmtinti 10 HTUlKsl. Itl ILlMt.C.rtxvr, To Hon. John V Stiieiiaiu, I'ruhlint of and the overthrow of Itcpublican Inatitu-tioi- cratic party Orocerlea them, and then folded her arms with esty, insoleuce. Hut modest merit aikl lh. ibl 1(9 rMaln. more. W It Ho the I'onrenllon, Hon. John 1'. Slock mint mnn nifti vi Zealous and brae in war, patriotic the remark; "Now, then, If that bat a douhlo claim to acceptance, aud THIS DELIGHTFUL RESORT, McCormlckHarvba.ten.il HaHUnrt,ilnwal Ami, ins momm tutill Wlui buribatlnf Ihe v in. men who, formed our Uonstl. tun, Chairman, ami olhera of the ("omMilUuery.'WLolesale, t'ANiiNAIiHW, vbolvsuU ulUloirjr am I fancy jou-i- 'll..Malo, in peace, the "Hero of Get- steeple full and kills us, people will geueraly meet with a many patron lulioii knew ihoeillaofa alrong govern aud just ul tho National Dtmoirallc CunvuitloiiWITH IT HAM AND MllLfcU4m.fkffM4 ibliKftof b itklralrj Oyafora, l'iib, Game, fain as beholder. know that wo were a Addnon. ol political tysburg" will lead us to victory. menl and the lung Hi tll trnacfoTtrijt JtiUnvo. JVkifg Iwiiim au ualn UtUf IHrlv ,Wi fiiull-li'- m -l.rllrf. aittft, iMiiiiuoid. George, you brush up ily. anyhow. power In the same liamla, Jhry knew V llorl.t.Hl Fumtb A. Brr (litre Uum'm, UJ .Inumnaimi ie, I kit, Julr M, l$sU. A UtllUlNT l.XAMI'LK. "If Jdll your hair a little more, and Sarah, In Scripture Iho drunkard style Iucrcased Improvements l'lauta. Cut llowera. 41AnilMi.llAUIX)X, (lower, lanlaaivlrul Ihcro waa a tendency In thia direction in rifi-- ., I1 ' IN A Ui , W tturtb Ave. To lion, John W. bterenwn, rreaiJentof n.L-llalon ltn- PlauoaaudOrfiaua. all governments, and oouaeiiueiil danger to ask mo why I love Hancock, I ay take jour feet olf the stove hearth liegiu lit lawlessness, proceed iu un kranlcU A lUe b, U b au4 tbr nlUtU I1iu. kMtf --- J ebvien- ANll ATTIIA.rno.N, lliv Cunieulion; Hon. John 1. rjlocktoo, rirt irvfa tirbaiu vcrUriiaiia, lovratitjait our uttut au-republican Insiilullona from lhat came, because I know with him the liberty profitableness, cud In misery; nnd all Alratnuaa. Volirlb and pin your collar more to the leftClulriuan, ami other mtuiliera of the and look pains to guard against It. The work auJ r?aaoutl Fourth Av. Urit UK. WAKIIUUIII'MIS Photocraplis of the country ia safe. He has provshut up in that denomination of his UU irturfuiaiftt ComuiltUe ol Nottflcalloni lo India Ink, water tuWra or traywi machinery of a alrong ccutralltnl ceocral ed It. His life is Andrew Wilson, of Hillsboro, Mo., pedigree, A (on of Itelial. y the most mu tiik (Iixtii.ii.k I hare now tho honor lo government can bo used to perpetuate the brilliant example that wo have among took no pains to conceal from his wife II lo your teller of the ISlh lnt, Miue at I of men In power from term to There wa no cud to tho pretty me lhat 1 waa unanimously noijil Idonutsuy that aud neighbor hi intention to clopo term until it cease lo be a ltepublic, or la our military men. Heauuouuced girls nt tho Crab Orchard Springs iialnl for Ihoullice of Vice of the urh only In name, and the tendency of there are none so brave, so nlilo as he, with Martha Shulls iin Stanford Joi'itSAU I uili.l Mateo, hy tho lata Kmocrallc Na- Ihe for hi departure, aud tho girl lUrbecue. parjy now In power In that direction but I do say that none have been so a day tional which aurmhliil at t'ui They must have been iucer looking THE 1ST OP MAY, 1880, openly made her preparations. At aa shown In valioila waya, Wsldea Ihe will f tried as he, and nrocd himself lo a iitinall Journal, Ingticw recently manifested by a large tho appointed time Iho pair put their gir!.-NcwpAMI posses tho lofty self control which Aa forehailoaHl in ilie vcrlul reuuika number of Ih .No. SO Main St., Xear - - LOUISVILLE, KV. it parly to elcrl a I'rul.lfnt induced tho baggage into a wagon and started for laying down nf (wwer at maile hy .lie at tho lime of I lie iMIrrry of an unlimited Milton was asked if he lutcuded to comimii: oi'KV tii.i. (irr. :usr. number of tirius, is ijulle your Mlu, 1 hate now to ray Hint I ac This Is Iho railroad station. In the mean Initruit hi daughter In tho dim-ren- t tho command of conscience. parent, and must ulUiy thinking wo FX II I AM UMUAL . time, hoMcier, Mr. Wilson father language, to which ho replied: "No, IssjcogatftkliwltlvkANwlllfuriiUb KNT llMlit Will . cipt Iho high trust with a tealiliug mu. . .. ,i. i.tUa.v tMiisUf 1 ,i.e .,... will why I claim ho should bo sustained . rrMar aclt nilu: of its icpuiisibillty, and am piofoiiudly Ih) wfi., and brother bail decided what to do. sir I One tougue I tuflicient for a wttl UaUwriKl 1'urlug lb llalla, enU U riutna , , u,( fur )lM rg. all over the land, It may lie rematk-- d lo tjt4al UKW Penmanship and ThorouQh Business Courso, Book-keepin- g, graUlul for Ihe honor coufmc.l. 1 lu ambush until the runa muU U tlstw t i(rauii ti totakt rl. In tislsllng ihe that wo have always talked agaitut They lay woman I" urns Arithmetic are Our Specialties. Ihe nomination iiwii Ihe pWlforni of prln-- J Hut eucroaihmruta of wa)S came along and fired upon them ciples adopted by the Convention, which I j the (leneral (Internment upon the rex mil military iioncr, aud )ct hao taken Indolence grow on u with tuller-uiico- . You Know these Better than Usual. Your ire Wanted Iu Business. My answer is, killing botlu cordially approve, ami I accept It ipiile aa lighle of the wople and the Mates, I wish tip a military man. It begin by t)ing us with For Muy uuil Julia, par Weak, 1U irIf Not. oo at Unco to wakk'B ukyant & tuLLtuc ana iiiikIi bcraiiscot uiy faitli In the uladum ami to bo ilislluilly umler.too.1 aa favoring the we do so not because he I a military A boy uudcrtook to torture a ap For July aiua Auuust, IIU tu (13, flare Yourselt under the Instruction of ai Uood Teachers at Can Be Fouud silken threads, and iml by fctlerinf pjtrlullsiu of the great alalesmin and sol proper exenise by Ihe (leneral (lovirn-min- t power. We admire hi gallantry aud by touching a lighted match to it llooiua, in the Land. AccoitUutr to Imvutluia uf us ullhcsrt rojK. dier nominated on tho same tiiket for of thepowera rightfully belonging to honesty. Lauulh f Star, 4c, Hut Haucock I not only u body, Tho wasp planted u burning 1'reildeut of the I nlled Slates. Ilia emi- ll uuder lhe(Vnalitul)uJL Kncroachniruta Tl.ltllSt Oiiv Wur, tUO; Onu Mimtli, HW. Iliiarilliic fIU iir lluas, vkssrivT iastaia Ijsoldicr, ho i a man a citizen imbued (ting lu tli hoy' hand, and as it Hew At the Owi'iuboro fair u piemlum llllltraUios4 .llunlli. .iiTUKiM'i.t, ul I'ouroi liuliiillni; lluuril, Mint). nent service to hia country, his fulilily In iiikiii the constllutlonal rights of the (ien ifrls. aJMra rauanlva altw will, im kuowlega nf what should be in away gsrc hlut tltli bit of advice: i tu ba arruidcd lo the young lady Irvm rllhrt lsiUrtlus r the (Witltutluu, tl.o 1'i.lwi.and, tj.o. !j,4 viuCioVkiiiioeiil, or tnleifemii-- willi the with a llsH ua 114 as. dttbl, Mualsrfwl.uiabr4aU VVKITR I UK A COM 01 THE COLLEGE JUURNAL. ex-e- tt Kenalor "Neter try to hut an at his who will cook the beat meal nil tho go.enimeiit of law." ' iiu i tear erraj ituu it the foirnl prlnil propere.cii.se of it power, must be care- - j I. hlll.l.ll WAHR & BURKS, l'roprietors. grouud. pies ol ovriiunnt aslaughl by Jcileraoii, own g.me." Nsttsjfr fully avtdJeJ. 'Ilia Uuhiu ijf the Malts tt.Tl.ouu Fraud Itayanl .('' If l i:iil.lsil. Istlrr nf Arrriititnre iooll. l7iiie'ie.ii(; ADORNUUS OF MANKIND TiirarEftM rti HOMELY MEN MADE BEAUTIFUL rrlit aTl r,OTIIIF.ItN XOTJISVIIilE'S OWN AND OlIIiT 8rtT. lIlTNriTlJSIin. c3 Ol O.,- w THE PBIDE OF X.OTJISVXLL,:E J par JOHN H. CRAIG, WITH WHOLESALE DEALERS IN SIJ I PLE Y, CRANE & (JO. p.l BOOTS SHOES Pearl Cincinnati, Ohio. MAKSCH ALL & HUl'LEY, ,r trxi. SIw.ITsTCcfe5STJIlfl:3VEE!I li ST. ASAPH HOTEL, PARE, $2.00 PERDAY. SEVERANCE & DUDDER1 llJt Aeiiiittxlutli)H will bo found during 1880 at tlio sanio old stand, bettor prepared than cvor to lurmsh our patrons with kinds MYERS HOTEL, It Dry Goods, Notions, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Carpets, &c. At Lowest Prices. ly merit, greater fair Till: IIOIINi: IN TaOUISVIfildi:. CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS, H'lIVIi on.N Rocoption of Visitors WARRS' BRYANT & STRATTON B CJSIIMESS COLLEGE, Third, Lnrgost Institution Of Tho Kind In Tho South. iI'l' rt stkattun (:. The Republicans received a rrushlng "oil fsilla. Ilril hi tir- - to a est! frnre, r lln-he rods to lbs a ilisapp.intmrnlat the result in theMirrlli"-rac- e l an.1 waidaiy iwoni II nai eritlls msrtsloa anl t k i Ther fniighi I ng and hai 1 fur fnraie.1 hlmsrlf slrnHy ity taking the oath rr-tvr nl.oil.cil hlf!",'ullT. '" V0""..." ml: I. l.rarr wl.lier Parker, aided by dlaafltcleil Democrats See. There la no other Tegal Iningaralton In our rKilntinnt, will cralefnlly welcome liljoil for llie I'tilon In llie late war, the tnsy Instltnl or polltlels-is- . niciiuM and (Ireenliackers, lull It was no good. sysleM The all rnch slitilleil In honor M the evenl, sn-- t fnl-l- k offii lals but they my lie nut uomiMldl J trimming nr enwardly Mi.li(icillon In The result I as It should have been Mr way aid lolh naeeanlliy RssemUlne lror.pn Friday Morning, August B.1SS0. the Southern ilelogatM at Cincinnati lien Itanrnck'a Interpretation nf the clytl W H. Albright lias made us an eaeellert banners, nropetly aflev lh hul all thsl eaily Sherif! during his first term His delin- InaHgnratlon not lefsre, sn.1 It I not atsrtoltl anil therefore is unworthy of IWIIicrn ' serylce nf the nation r. irAl.Tov, raitnr support Neither the premise nor ir. thai mr rreablenl Oor syslein doe not quent Hal, relumed hul week, contained another Ther might be dan MITKHOPtl IIHKr K1KVT only 270 names, 17 less ihanltave been re- ibouM Inaugnrat the deduction of these objectors is ger la that, sn I II wel studiously left onl or th turned by any Mir rill" since Ihe war Ilia ihsitrr Hul yon A. joiing man at Tallahassee, Kl , lia In a etrerllons.ly DEMOCRATIC TICEST. sound. At the end of the roll call eire'lect deputies, John ( Mhright and Iwportaat pnslthm srlrel lgtin a for It daea'faal.n h Tanner. la eonnctthMi wllh ronilsg on the second ballot, and before G II Albright, will continue In act un- STrals. Tbe esfllal lain say Jorlollrllo-i- , also, hot Two millions ftf iloltira in are mi KOK I'llWIDtNT mt and If t ISMaswhordinat and net n lh there had been any change of votes, der Ihe next administration Ihiarunnlry GEN.WINFIELD S.HANCOCK, more than two thirds of the vote cat the way from hnrope loof IjisI Monday morning Judge Midure wers row would tetuyIWsuperior la authority, j IlfT. Irr Wanton, wen na Paris IITfriUn-Ctrfe- r foe thee I IhoststhM .1 HP nNNlTUAStJ arrested I) C Cnrlis, a noted Madison tho prlarlr-- l Ibsl a regular Preslde-i- l a (lianreltur of CVnlral t'nim- for Hancock came from Northern tb al ef Mirth, of of orlre eif-lrewllh horse thief, who was asing through town Inn 1 III MCI ritMIPIAT Slate. Hut suppose It to bo true sir The hid a lh allghtest doubt, and mil of two TourV en route for Ihe South, wllh three stolen wbleh HON. WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, that the Southern States are specially Juration tin Ml. Washington, X. II , last thlawatarlnga tb anhjetl nniavmly reeoe- horses In low The thief and stolen propthat of the ixmll-llllelse, OF HtMAVA friendly to the nomination of Han- week erty were placed In charge of Isaac Stew- lb la. fully alerted President way not arfesr an- cock, what then ? In his famous III lh Slh of Marth. a great deal of lssHisllllly The Ijncaater Klerjini is helping to art, l. C Pointer and Rob! Brooks, to le in comment' Tun Cnurirr-Jonrticonveyed to Madiron county One of the may nereasarlly (all unmi fm. low hollr speech at Cairo, Gen. Grant said that elect both tamliilalea for President. rou will hTnwrrn.l presllg I aorport yo. log on (Jen. Hancock' letter of the in his recent travel In ournal. animals waa a very line black mare, for Th fei relary ef War too, rroUI.tr hoi Is eee, t n the.South be 28th of December, 1870, to Gen. SherI.atnar, of Mlslsipt, and Senators which there was a reward of $100, and a If no Prrsldnl sppeors h sasy not I abl I tier- of every had passed over portion reward of $50 for the Ihief The parly els fMllonlatbnni f a frnlJesI, bw his in man, which we tiublitlt thit morning, State that entered into the rebellion, Itansom, of South Carolina, are a lawful very prtcarious health. proceeded on their way, but just before proper arts aralbooeel a known superior, say : "It ii iomething more than a and he had found the you net on yoor responsibility, and, by President Stan and TheSomeiset Utpmltr saja that many lliey reached Richmond, they permitted vlrtuo of a eoeanlaalon, only reslrlrled by lb law supplement to his letter of acceptance. Stripe floating everywhere, and that republicans in Pulaski will not vote for a Curtis to leave the horse he was riding ami of Ih land Tha deeralsry of Wsr Is Ihtnionlh. r Indeed, it the Democratic nominee who negro elector over a white man a great portion of the speaker climb into the saddle on the black mare. Here of a rreal test , leu ars not had found himself in want of a letter If neither ran II 1st has a constitutional trail were used In tons of while Thta was what he had been wailing for, addressed him had worn the gray in of th eleiloral rollet. or lh onaloan.l House of acceptance, he might have tent it and watching his chsn.-c- , he put "purs to oalboomslonollboeount do nnll Inderlarlng the conflict; and that the speeches painting the building at the (Irrenhrier Aug-us-t While Sulphur Springs this summer. Saturday an Imprisoned balloon that the fleet fooled animal, and ilaihing out out psrson on duty without fear of the ronto ekxled by the people, Iher la they made showed their present de There sterna to he no ilouht that Tan had been used at Youngstnwn, Ohio, by a of town on Ihe Irvine pike, made good his a lawful oiaehln alrety presided I saeol that iiuencea. It I thoroughly admirable, votion to the flag for which we eontlngeney and decide th question and, hardly leaa as an isolated eiprcs-tio- n fought; "and this," added Grant, "is ner will be ahle lo fast fort t!aj, but there man named Henry, broke loose from the escape Several shots were fired at him, 1 1 has not reeeally usel no oreaslon present is great doubt that he will ever get over it. gn.roiea and started skyward. In the but it is thought without eflecl Chaao was Ing Itself, our forrhlhera provided It. It haa of opinion at a critical moment all we ask of them." No wonder, n Judge Lawrence, Kirst Controller of aaall basket attached to the gigantic air made, bill the mare outstripped Ihe Jaded a d sub. eaerrlw--4 and has rersxnta.l than at a rerclation of character. It then, that Grant thinks Hancock is a the Currency, decides that Government ship were two ersons, a man and a wo- lieaata of her pursuer. The loys returned mUlr-lto- is lao tut on every hand Thatsaethla Mr TIMrw president evy would proUbty eb--rl supplies the miiseiog link to the cm for puldlc man, from the neighboring country. The home sadder, but wiser men employe are entitled to Sun. Ice rreiMent that woubl la) Tery strong candidate. and Mr ft heeler va-- s balloon darted upward wllh marvelous by showing that the soldier who holidajs. fjulte an important btiilneas transac- rlthl enough, for Iho law provide that In a r1!ure Hamno seen so many different n K. Simpson, llie Maj. John rapidity. At first the occupants nf the tion took place In our town lat week Mr lo eleelduly by tho people, the House ehall Isiso. had the fidelity and the nerve to Menale Ihe arul the Louisiana orders is a citiren of pictures of Hon. W. It. Lnglish, our irncral Manager of the Yardalia Line, frail car did not rrallte lhat the balloon M K. Brinkley, our deservedly tmnular dlalely elect Ihe rresident aau.lIhe deeld obelb. Ir Presldenl Coroe tribunal died at the Mndell Hotel, St. Iinia, last had broken away from Its moorings, but ami rnterprl'ing merchant, sold his dwell candidate for Vice President, and a l'resl.teot I pre e tho loop! have duly eleetol such a quality so prompt, to rapahlo when they glanced down and saw ihe earth ing house and lot, another house and lot same, of coarse, that It Ii la Ihe )oiat ffirnill-- e that none of them did him Monday. and yet so cnlm the statesman shinA )slniiter in Campbell cuantr, Va , rapidly receding, they gestured plteously and his storr-hou- e and lot and his stock aillo of Iho rVuat snJ House, or why are they w rote to him for a correct ing through the sulwrdinate the justice, we sent a $20 Confederate bill lo the Republi- to the crowd talnw, as if imploring ais-tanc- e. of goals o Mr. James It. Otter, a mrmWr present to wllnesa Iho count If not lo sew Ibal II la In answer, wc beloeea can committee at Washington in answer to conscientious partisan and tioyielding likeness of bimelf. When Ihe balloon had reached a of the firm of Oiler lino., of I.ouIsville. fair and lost- It a rllnrlagrerse atStrostlie thetoololles, there tin ! no Uwful cabi- an high altttnde It drifted In a north easterly In consideration of the abive property derlsloa that th people has ek-aHessnienl. patriot, though writing unrestrained received a spleuilid photograph, a rresldeat. taken by Kogardus, of New Daniel W Yuorhees, of Indiana, has direction It waa followed by many peo- Mr. Brlnkry purchased Ihe tools, dies, anil Ihe lions mutt then proeisnl lo art, not Ihe nmid the hot passions of a stormy pe- net size, not nst. Tbe Penal leet lb Me York; and, as we expected, the aver- been obtained aa roundel br J, If. rnold, ple with telescopes, and finally illsanpear- - stamp, inachi nery and stock f tin ware : riod, true to the gentle blood and hitherto owned and operated by Messrs. tbe age newspaper cut bears hardly any who Is lo be tried at Xlrho'sseille for the ed in lhat direction. Povblles, In raa of a tailor by lb llouo lo gentlehood of n brave and lofty na Itichmond murder. Oiler Bros, at No. 37 Sixth street, Louis elect a President by Ihe lib f Marth, lh rreslture, which rospecta alike authority resemblance to the correct picture. HOCKCAHTi.K. Jame T. Pejarnette has been Indicted ville. Mr. Brinkley ha already gone lo deat of the If there lo ooo, wonbl a lb He is a noble looking man, with high for the murder of his and itself. It strikes home to the Louisville, and has taken charge of the legtllsaaie persoa lo (aerrls rrealdeallal author- hitler in Danville, on. $ forehead and every feature good; and Va., last month. Dejarn.-tle- , ATir.oo. It; for th lino being, or nnlll Iho business there. in Jail SaturIt was will, feelings of a The funeral of the late R. P. common heart of tlio nation. The or be lh line Middooa la tawlul the day, attempted suicide. will be preached at Livingston neil most sincere regret that our cititrn pari lh ConitltBlton. Kmh eourso would U author of such a document establishes together with Hancock, present 20 00 Sl'ITS AT 1 1 00. Hon S. I Major has executed Sunday morning at It o'clock. Rev, Dr. ed from Mr. Brinkey. He came here a and. I haiaBrmlllef, UalnV t has no doabt a claim upon the homngo no less than handsomest Presidential ticket we've bond as Public M. a(irIWol rrrsbleatl I little more than four years ago, and by his t,v Hires oooUoilk Printer and Binder of Lapsley,of will officiate. ever had. the gratitude of his country, and one II of hint lor a Kentucky and entered upon the discharge H 00 KUITS AT H 00. Covstabi r Jno. A. Mullins, (Dem.) untiring energy and Industry made money have met and knew roraniaDd, Lmlbrief srlod. aa the mailer arrfeit under ruy Tiik letters of Hancock and ling-lis- li nf bis duties for the ensuing two year". which thoughtful people will not re of Pine Hill, waa elected Constable In the rapidly He deservedly enjoyed the con itio.li I raa'l ore sny llkllbood of his Ulng July de fur accepting the nomination Iwentr-UT- e ject. It settles the disputed question 10 (H HU1TS AT 12 00. dollars are ottered for a town district last Monday, lieating Ida op- fidence and respect of the community, and elareJ elected by lb people, unless Ihe Menal and stamps laaned ponent, K. B. Vance, Rep., by a verr no man in the county has more devoted House eon I be la xcord ei 1 Ibal bet, aaj lb of his independent and original abili President and Vice President nre specimen of the three-ceelect bin House would of coarse not ethetols e friends than he While our )eople disat Madison, Kla, In hmd-oru- e majority. 14 00 SUITS AT 11 iM. ty. It removes him forever from the given on our first page and sjieak for from the people want Is a rerl determination What In Ihe I5lh Judicial District II. F. like lo hare him leave lis, they wish him of ibl lh Hancock's is brief and lKCUnd lfl2 for llie Southern Confederal. matter, aa fair a detemttaatloa a category of those who owe their good themehes. Turnei Wilson and Hen Johnson, two Finley, (Rep.) of Whitley count, Is elect- the most unbounded prosrYrily and suc andaitasr.il another delermlnslloa eoukl aland 12 .'id SUITS AT 10 00. fortune to their soldiership alone. It to the point, and is additional proof young men resiectably connected, had ed Circuit Judge by about 2,000 majority cess tn his new undertaking As a prompt, thotesc Th country, If now iduagrd Inl rvo- wouUls-rotu- o places hiiu on a level with the milita that he is a gemiino statesman as well political dispute at Bard'town, Kt., on over John Dishinan, ( Dem.) and II. C. poorer day by day, boa! efficient, reliable and aiimsafu! business lutlon 10 00 SUITS AT 8 00. Id languish and oar lsmds would com home to ry chieftains who have excelled in ns a "superb" soldier. English' is a Friday, when revolvers were drawn. Johnman, I take pleasure In recommending him oau Owsley county, is elected endadl'iirllrd market p son killed Wilson and ccatd Mr. F. I. civil affairs; put him abreast with little more lengthy but it is tip-toVttorney, without opfilion. to the cilirens uf tulsvll!c. I waa not I favor of Ih military la hwlh tar. 8 00 SUITS AT r. oo. Daniel K Iteatly, of Washington, New Misses Mollie I locker and Mollie Thompson, who has been his chief clerk olloa ronmlly aval If flrn. Roger had telegraphed the age, and gives his political asscct campaign reading. Jerey, writes the New York Stm tint there Brown, Iwu handsome young ladies from during the four rears lie was here, and torn or asked my ad i wo! would bav ad vised htm ates a motive and a cue, which were I allow hlmill or Wf. publish this morning that are twenty fire Republican and sevrn 7 00 SUITS AT 5 00. Parksville, are the guests this Veek of who, during the last year, baj an Interest not, undrany rlrrnmilanees, Moral mem wanting to his purely martial antcced "treasonable" letter that Gen. Hancock (irtenbatLers in his piann and organ works .Mrs. Dr J J. Brown. Mr. Henry lea tn the firm, goes with Mr. Brinkley to lra ore Slat UiWUI.ro, I eoukl nut has given euts. At last the poor old Democrat- wrote to Gen. Sherman in 1870 who will vote for Hancock and Kngliah. r, 00 SUITS AT :: (hi. lo the ipeetal nnakl, a popular Louisville drummer, waa Louisville, and will be a partner in the hlml,eltera.lvlethatorra-rhlic party is in link. Like Saul, the Tho Republicans are now no doubt William Heed, of Kalill count, is in town Tuesday. Mr I'riah lreham, of business. He is popular, social and bus. nesaagoof Ih rresldeat la I bet sie ol loulsliaa, . t'srollna he had aoiuetlml-forBulla rears old, works in bis garden, Mgleville, California, is liailing Mra. ines man, and Ihe new firm of Brinkley son of Kih, who went out to seek his sorry they called for its publication ; nine e :i .'eO SUITS AT 2 25. l lb Ku. had Ihe oueallon aelllnl by a decisloa ilpes the chores ali)ut the place, can walk Talilha Gresham, at I.Ivington. Misa A Co. is bound lo succeed father's aea and fuund a kingdom prevue Court or thai male, tb highest lilbuoal for, instead of its being detrimental There were several election row in which had attvd oa th qoesllon, so thsl bis line .' 00 HATS AT 3 50. like the blind hog that stumbled upon to Hancock, it will raise him still eight miles without faligue, sleeps as Kate Want, of Garrard, Is also a guest ol than lh action In lh sonndly as a child, and has never leen loo the same lady. Ace Bryant became en- of duly srcnied lo Mr. Richard Ward, of town on Monday a pearl it has hit upon the typical higher in the estimation of the people. sick tn eat ae If Supreme Court Livingston, was here this week lo see Ids raged at Jim Moore and threw several Uulslaaa overruled UsIho decisloa of ka.1 Inter lb Sill A 00 HATS AT fered and :i oo. American, who is lo release the conn neWim llrxrilt, K , Augml 2 yardiaxon business. Mi Sixie 11. AVood rocks at him. His aim being bad, he dis- Court Iters uOaM hate been a double ceilsloty, Wk iiak received a postal card try from its thraldom to knaves with- from Mr. C gro who had TOtttl the Democratic ticket yard, of Ilroadhead, is visiting relatives In carded the recks, and, drawing a knife, but lh lederal CWurl Inlevloved t roMdlralc-no- l Kincaid, one of the .1 .10 HATS AT 2 75. Anyhow It la no waa asailetl by a Republican negro as he Garrard. lo deiNo or I ovcrrnl Mr. and Mrs. Charles Turner charged on Moore, who, by making a good out subjecting it to tho thraldom of Railroad Commissioners, saying that left sink the Cuuit House, and so badly cut and Misa Joaie Dutton, of Ixn!v!lle, who retreat, aaved himself Ace had voted the business ef lb aimy Ileoletpoa event If question, fools. The government may lie safe- the item we copied th rlvll so, la any and even If II might from the True Km and nllirrwl-- e wounded him I ha I he will :i 00 HATS AT 2 25 have been the guet of Mr C Crooke, at Republican ticket, and it is said that his aulhollly Is auprem lb CocatUullon deelarea ly intrusted to tho keeping of a man luelian last week, in regard to the probably not recover v In ohlth Pine Hill, fur a week, bate returned anger was caused by Moore' failure to y who has so just a con&e of his obliga- Commissioners Had (lea. Roger holding meeting him for bis vole. Mont Iwu o'clock in llioarmy had aplaladuty During the election, in the First home at 2 M HATS AT 1 75 tions and so enlightened a view of the Crab Orchard Springs, was without Waril of Covington, a row occurred ndlft badgliull, 1 should of The Vugusl term of our Circuit the afternoon, while a crowd of negroes le course ool.SI you or my aelloa Imwedlalely, so system under which we live; for lie is foundation in fact. Iween a party of blacks ami whites. The Court will convene neat Mondav It la were congregated on the coiner near the lhat II could haiebeea iromptly overruled If II J 00 HATS AT 1 50 blacka used bowlders and the whites re- not known who will preside aa Judge Juplin House, a disHile anise between two should have tra deemed adilslhMby yoaor olh. revealed to us as one who posieneo tolfllf r trrtur. len. Rarer did not ask llKrellou, wll, onnr. traupevlorlaaullioeily On tha recommendation of a large num volvers for weapons. Orer one hundred This count, since the tat day of August of them, Rtchaid t arr and John 1 no HATS AT 1 00. and I lasrrmlfrora lhat and other for wy Aaeual temper amino aiulsoul, berof Ilemocrata, M I). Hughes, Kwi , has shots were fired, but only one negro was has not been a part of Judge Randall's Young drew a pistol and attempted lo farla thatdvh. nut llotb-lauII, ot that being la dl- t did aud luctlued against msaults district, and Judge Owaley not having yet shoot, when he waa aeiteil ty George Mid reel eommunlualloa wllh my ulllKry suprrlon al been apiointed County Flector for I.in wound ed. tlftransltory psssluo, I ul lelow t 00 HATS AT 75. In the scuttle lh seal or flovermueul who were nerrr t fatm It appears to ua that the apers are received his commisaioii as Judge of the dleton and other negroes llulll on a Burglng, subterranean fire County for Ihe Hancock and Kngliah tickThat stirs and lifts blui up to high alternate. et. attaching to (lovernor lllackbiirn'aopinlon Rockcastle Circuit Court, is appears thai the weapon was discharged, and Middleton In tlmeand ilistanee than I was, he decsuod II unT W. Hlfiuivs, la general Ruger ha I th ultimata r 7.1 HATS AT 50. Dealt wound of Garfield more ImiiorUnce By necessary than it de Rockcastle county has been without a Cir- waa shot in Ihe leg--- a Chmn, Dem. Co. Cum. of Lincoln Co ianalbllily of mtlon, and ha.1 really Ih greater Itti'i'W.iCAN editors and stump-speakeThe Governors opportunities to cuit Judge since the beginning of this this time Orr had got liehind Young, and danger leroalronl la lh float nrtloa la lh matserves. vnr.ss are either very ignorant $S 00 HOOTS AT $r. (Ml, obtain Information have not been large, month. It baa been kind o' bobbing drawing Ida pistol ahot oung in Ihe back, ter I did not venlur to eulbarrau blot by Ilo waa a deportment eomwaoder, aod themselves, or they trust a great deal Vf llnnrarK'm l.rttrr uf Aerrptntlrr, and he has never Improved them The par-tii-- a around loonc as it were. The remedy for inflicting a alnful flesh wound tb lawful head of lb Military admlolslratloaa Observer. were arrested and jailed. Ihe trouble neat week has been suggested Xcn Yoiik fcr.N It Is rather a state.. The neit 0 00 IIOOTS AT tn the ignorance of their readers and I 00. But, brsldea, wltbia lb limits of Iho drawing of the that Judge Owsley The twenty-seconhis present office morning, when their case were called be- I knew lhat h bad been railed I Waahlogtoa loe hearers, when they endeavor to alarm manlike document to eoianatc from a Commonwealth Distribution Company took aa Judge of the Fightli District, come up fore Counly Judge McClure, they waived roosullallon Utore taking command, and waa f 00 ll(X)T8 AT :: 50 them with the charge that the Demo "mere soldier," as our Republican friend, call him, In the acknowledged absence nf place in Macaule'n Theatre, Saturday. here neat Monday and be elected 8peclal an examination and gave Iwnd in Ihe sum irebally awaroof tbvlwof Iheaduilulslralloa I knew lhat b crats win "allow the rebel war Judge Black It Is as broad and compre- Ticket No. ."5,1121 captured the capital Judge by the Bar. This, however, would of $JU0 each for their appearance at the aalovlvtiaaalrslahlaeoiuwand 1 00 HOOTS AT 2 50 ta my superior waa In direct coiumunleatloa claims" if their party gets control of hensive as the continent, aa elaallr as India prlre of $30,000; ticket No. SW drew leave the I.Ighlh District without a Cir- the Circuit Court. Young aaya ihe diffi authoilly larenrciMwto tb wllh auljeita delleat the Government. The Democratic rublier, and as aweet as honey the second piiio of $10,000, and ticket No. cuit Judge, but that doesn't matter. It is culty arose out of the fad I list he h;d sented fur bia consideration, or bad ideas of hit own r, 00 SHOKS AT A 00. Wasiiinotos Cor. Loumrn Jouiisai. ot.'JS'J was winner of the third prlae of hoped thai Judge Owsley will adot the voted the Democratic ticket, and that Carr which ho Wllered to bo auftWIeotly In accord wllh party not only would not do that and other negroes had threatened him with th vlwaol tHireoutiuoo Biijwrlor to eaabL him Gen Hancock's letter of acceptance is a $"1,000. suggestion. thing if it could, but could not if lo rl iolellldently, aeeordlogtohlajudgiuenl,aod 1 00 SHOES AT .1 00. Till- - KtECTio-v- . severe diiapiointmtut lo Ihe Republicans It waa a hot day, violence if he did so vole. The negroes without auggeatlooa front Ibos not on lb spot ami On the morning of the I"t a fire broke it would. The constitution of tho here. They had hoped lhat he would say out in the slablea of the Greenbrier White and bummers filled with mean whisky, generally lake aide with Carr, but deny Dot ulully acquainted with tb faels aahiuselt, railed States can only be altered by something which they could ue lo Mi Sulphur Springs Forty 3 50 SHOES AT 2 50. four horses, lite so many furnanco, added to the heat. that any attempt, at bull doling had been II desire tub free to ail ash had Ihe veolual the content of three-fourtof the detriment Its brevity, liberality and pa- - twenty of which lielonged to the Springs A full vole waa lled throughout Ihe made on Young. They are much eicited greater reaponall lilt jr wrillog thua freely lo you, I may Aa I have Mutes, and in article U, section I, of trlutio spirit commend the letter strongly Comiony and twenty four to the auesls. county. Judge Owsley In Ihe lead canter over the affair. hether they attempted allll further unbosom Myself by staling lhat I 2 M) SHOK'S AT 2 00. the amendments to that instrument, tolhelavoroflheimple. The sentiments were burned. The fire is au unwed lo have ed along beautifully and smiled at Ihe to intimida'e Young or not, they should har not thought It lawlulor wlalo uurlcleral have tranr Ired east of lroo In such mailers will be found tho following express contained In the document In.pire conli. been the result of carclessnau on Ihe (art nags that were stretching for fir.t place in understand that audi business a bull-du2 00 shoi:s AT 1 25. If negroes wish to the Xliulsslpld wlthlo tba last rcw aionlbs, acv so lof the wrvants The hulldlmr waa nnin. his rear. L'ueipectedly to Ihe Democrats Ing will nut succeed. prohibition of the payment of the dente in Ihe writer far aa they may b brought Into arllon uoder l, j Ihe Radicals voted solidly for Adam and vote Ihe Democratic ticket they will be al Sr IxiLiaTlUKK It ia admirably short, aured. arlltl of th Conblltullon wblili contemplate $1 00 LADIES' SHOES AT $'! 00. aloresaid claims: "lint neither the rked for him like beavers. They uaed lowed lo do so, and will be protected in meeting armed rreistanr or Invasion of a Slat plain and to the point. There la no effort The bluer warfare in passenger ratea I I uited States nor any State shall as- at fine writing about it Kvery voter In from New ,,ie n,n1 desperate efforts to elect Green their vote. mor powcllul than the Btat aulhorlllea can tub Orleans between the L. A .V. .: 50 LA DIES' SHOES AT 2 75. dn by lh ordinary p rorcasee,and iben only when sume to pay any debt or obligations the country who under(aiid the Fnglish and Chicago, St. Louis and New Orleans P'ker SterirT. A few sore headed ? HnHrork'm requested by lb Legislature, or If II could not be Aesiiffii. ran understand every prnKl- - routes, is reaching a climax, the ilalest cut o0"1 lent them considerable aid in this incurred in aid of insurrection in or This Ittlrr wss wrlllen la rsl'lr !i two letters oil conveued la session by lb Clovernor, and abea .'5 00 LADIES' SHOES AT 2 00. Ihe President of Iho trailed Bliles Intervened la reklliou against the I uited States, lion contain. It lajuat such a Liter as being made by the LA N. Following are race, sue voieoi precincts nas Deen nam to the sltusllon reeelrfsl Irani (,ea Mlirrwaa C.aosDltst r. I). (SI laxils), Mo. )r it, ICC, that manner, ilia a atate of war, not peace. The was lobeespecled from the frank clarac- - it rale obtain, and as I hoi to give you the ofli New Orleans to Jackson, $1; to or any claim for the loss or emanci( lite Sill trial Jvy Dnr 7rasrl ourfavur dleadtanlagea, and liaa la 2 00 LA DIES' SHOES AT 1 50. lerof Ihe man -j- ust such a letter as the Humboldt. $. Memphis. SI. ht. Louis. cial vote In time for publication. I will rcaibod nie la New Yufk lb Jay U lor I left lor army used laboring undertimea In n pation of any slave, but all such Hie Judgment of unlawfully at gravity oi the wca.ion uen.amlcil nilli- - S.I. Ch cago. SI: Louisville (round trin). not furnish estimates. Unofficial returns lb Wk I lolrndol le reply 111 II Wlore !ratlrj. tbe-olla mine ivrlaloly. an.! we have lost debts, obligations and claims shall lie out circumlocution he accept I 50 LADIES' SHOES AT 1 the honor $17: St. Loul (round Irln). IC. Cincinnati elect Albright Sheriff by a plurality of 11 but cares toeUent t .leparture Interfvrnl, Ihva a great deatef th kindly feeling wbkh lbreui 00. held illegal and void." ruuolly at largo omw fell lor ua It la time lo atop ami iru.t ot me nomination, ami espresses i round trip., $1H, Nashville (round trip), votes. The official figures will not vary again aim uy arrival here t hare 1n ao aOilra a tusluesa nature lhat I and unbind wilb ronal Oluicrs la rerutuand of ttooi often much from these. The result between have drlarrr-- writing from ilay ui iievuuon in uie principle, enunciated $10 to dtj nolll Ibis find ll difficult to nrl wisely and Sadly when u l Ukrtrlbt.uis by no meaus as ac- In Ihe platform of Adams and Warren is still doubtful, with morales, at! bow 1 lo4 myself lu debt to youao-otb- rr prilor la authority have different viewsot lb The much advertised Ihe Convention, ceptable and opular lit Ohio as Cui'Ririi-JouitVii la aeknovledxeuient or jour (aver of lb den. I Uncock' let-- 1 look place In the newly erected arena In the chance for Adam to haveasmall ma froui Ibelra, and when leglatalloa hae sancTen Dozen Faira Men's & I liaveeonrluileJ tioned arl loo seetulngly IneouRiet wllhfundaiuen- few tlaraaloce Hayes was in 1870. All sections and ter of acceptance is a model confession of Harlem Saturday, in the preaence of h, jority. The Democratic precincts fill of I7lbi w oo tbe tSMb here ao r lav, and they geuerally drier lo lb knuwo eaplicit, direct and to Ihe purine, leral thousand people. Bergh was In at-- It slightly In their majorities, while the heavy lo leavemay he factions of the party In the Slate Iball iacteil In haw lork oq lh 3lsl Judgment of their Buwrlora. irl lh eurlor of. leave nothing to lie said on the aub- - tendance, with several of hia oflicers. for Republican precincts nearly doubled Jast ll ha Iweu robl aol ilrrary aiucj luy arrival flreraof thoarmy ar o regarded la surhacrval Boys' Winter Boots at less united upon Ilajes. And yet, though jectanamed. The Republicans may wrestle the purpose of Interfering if Ihe animals theirs. Fish (Republican) was (I leuuj erlslaandar bebl losuib iooualblllty, osis--c tal i led here. I har worked "like a Turk the Democrats committed the mistake and wrestle with i. but Ihe more they do "ere cruelly treated, and seventy-fiv- e Circuit Clerk over Tharp (Greenbacker) lhat turaocuinl work) lo lb country la toakioa' ly thus at or near lh head of II, that II la neeea- - than cost. of fighting a languid battle, the Relenelos, eiitltins ilowa Ireea, relrli!t ttulkllnx. sary n lu b uoHieoleua orrtslon lo dare lo worse oil they will find themselves. Iicemen were there to encorce his orJers. by about 700 majority. The GrccnWkera fir Iheiuselieaobal lalavlul ami what la ele.. oJ am at hast abl to ay that hi Louia la publicans barely saved Ohio In Octo- - There Is another winl,too, which they can j f here was no need of Interference, howev-no- t ol!cd a very small vote. lh roUnt i lace la lb elnlrr and II Ii in botmt not lawful I uder our Sfileio, iribenillilary au. her. Garfield stands on much lower get away with, it Is llai cue I' letter, er, and the entertainment grew very lann At Ida residence, near Liv la Ihcaiikiweror any lhat I harernroiuitcrf-- l la Iborllltw sliould lot Invoked, as might jesll ly lo Dim Fifteen Suits Men's Win-to- r I hale krwaro HI. laiulslo ! when there et. lb eise In aueli ground in that State thau Hayes oc not mack a or I Helen a, aa they hare been and was generally considered a (arte, ingston, in Iaurel county, on Ihe 21st of a temwrsto sod wealbrr throughout lh lated autb dlrrrgeul views a la Ihciorrrel result, It is reporlrd that den Weaver, July, 1NSO, Hon. It. P. Gresham, aged not cruller lo bais genial has cupied four years ago. Thousands of pretending it would U- - From first lo last Rigid and lb tuonlh, Ibl PMeuiLrr th truly wll) unVr front f Is al arllou If II ha I Underwear less than the friends of Grant, Sherman, and it breathes the utile spirit, speak ihe tireenback candidate fur the Presidency, quite .V, years, Mention of bis death has rlrtl has u fniaeii luore solid tbsa lhiiever acted wrongfully same language, whhli ran through those baa a secret understanding with the already been made, but It Is pror that a koowall lb Our regular army has Hut buld Klalue have turned the cold shoulder Wbea I beard Ihoruuor Ihsl I waa ordrred lo and lis superior of. wholesalo prices to-da- y. of th prop! of orJer to which Ihe soldler-stati-- a publican managers In regard In the cam-ma- n moreeatended nollceof his life and charilea In though! lnbalil Inur, toward him. lly putting forth oxer lb rtiAc labaiua owes hl present Killnii Now let aign In and other Southern acter should ! given. He wa liorn on starring roastst Idlsi ussloa II oa that suljett cou fiieraibouldrerlalnly.aafarualt Intent, aim lbelraiw- rsl with rigbleou lodelend r, the Tb hoes worthy the emergency, the Dem the work go bravely on. The author of States, and lhat money is being rontnhu-- l Ihe 1'Jtli day nf September, lt.27, at Ihe Isisslbllllleaswued lo polol Ibal way Had II th right a blili to c Ulli laviod lb Inalllutioa Ono hundred Overcoats HI father, brea true, t should haiuf course bar presented ocrats can carry the btate. Within tin noble couliibulioii lo our current po. ited by the National Republican Committee same plate where be died. which Ihey represent messloglosll. nor I reslslame Ifll diana going the same way, and West Itlva descries lo le the next Preaident of tu enable hint to make a canvass wherever t riah Gresham, wa one of the oldest set no cooiplalDl guno uia I kly, not orioy kind. go lullon, ami It would la, well aa a ahoull hv an would bate quit nrrparod lo If Imlaark In Sirlutlly lo Is, renatnlsed IE, P. (Ires by the grac of (in. I there is any prossKt of a Greenback sue-an- d tier and a prominent citlien Irginia close behind, the Presiden- Ihe I'ltllnl States, and I aud special bargains. of lb rights cf lh s law. ouil!y I certainly would hare Iskii rfllsred will of the American w le, he jets It i 'he Intention of the Rrpubli. ham ieulall hi life in Laurel and respouslUillllr rroui I w truly yours, aud lUllillv itiutrrolug WtaitaLoH. Ilaktoctt tial election would be practically de- shall Ihe lea oaln this tu take away front Hancock lie. He was for scleral years PrrsMriillal mailers, wbtrh luay tall lo thus ttaar lultan T bbermau, IXituuiaitdlng Army nf termined !u October. New York V PiMLAHtLi-lilh l'isilas.1 Slain, Waibluglou decided tbtbroiieor la tulhoilly nllblu lb neat lour fun., Inii lieu, an.,lhe hlrcliiral vole of some of ihe Southern Slterifl uf the Istler county Wo will soll,also,our stook Sun. cock's biief but pointed discussion of Ihe Stale where the Greenback ha a IVmocral, he took always an active part mouths, aa ocll sa from nlbel liHldculs or matters Obit ! f. party would uol control aitloa, ivuierulug wblib Hied, alUiKlnovy, July J, VsrilK UlLUails, public policy thai moat dlieclly afleclsour strong hold, in ditic In l7d he became a candi- ohleh uot llulgbt At the Primary I. lection held last great but long langubdilni S40Ve. 1 waeuotMailly raifd infant daughter of Juueph II and Joseiblno K of Furniture, including two material In- tramp calling himself Dr. Morli date for Representative In Ihe legislature logotelacl'atlftr, ud I Ihtrfbr lell relieved Halkel, aged I luoulb i Monday to select a Democratic canAs vernal Sovera that scoot tbo moru hlloauohy and uier wa iiermltted by Mr. Mack tecil, liv from Ihe Iwu loiiiitlc above named. The wbeu I recoiled your not fna,ruiloj bio that lhro trresl ia replete wllh t Itut wither iu thrlslndar : didate for Congress in this district, statesmanship fhe declaration thai pub ing near Harrudaburg, spend the night district had long been hopvlewly R.pub vaa no truth In tb ruwora Thea 1 did Uol leu beautiful Chandeliers, ono lo Tbu luvely waa thta lulaul'a dawn Mill U. Thoinpsou, Jr., was nomina- lie cilice I a It ual, nut a Iwunly bestow ed in hi house During Ihe night Mortimer lican, bul, after a warm rontts.1, Mr (Ire loaiiesr lo beia4ng Iroui rioisiuslblllllaaaud ibuateinly no. isjwibl danger ohkhtuay eluater around wllllary liesr pareula, lift your we Ing ryes ted over J. S. Cbriaii.au by an over- upon the holder, i Mil so elaborate al arose from ht touch and proceeded lo tear 'ham redeemed it, healing Col O. P Neb aowiuaudrrs latb rail, sualally la Ibeeillical 1 lisMTta aUitv. lu fbil I, lit It well Ibal end lw liter m rtwiwu lnlt Dow IUt t handsomo Mirror, &c. All He served his Isrllul fast i.oe.bllg whelming majority. In the five coun- iteorg Ullliam lurll would make ii hi down Ihe bouse. He broke Ihe window, son, iKiwcrful piaimiit. IhJmiu iriu4t lot. rb wholsmatter olth aoauia sputa hi views of civil seivlvf reform, lore down the curtain, broke oil a part constituents wllh credit, and at the close of wall totataluip! ties from which we have gotten re Is J.ujiii. Uu rvrrjr frMMi ftvU laguld tul andtoadiull irawelul aolu. but it ha ihe merit nf tellii..- - Ihe truth in of the ceiling- - of hi room, snatched out hia term again took charge of the old hotel lotu Ilou turn (Lincoln, lloyle, Garrard, An- Ihe blunt way la inaihinery hr suh a coullugHiry aa tlUllUiJisrswuriiiuui iltto, t artful vt til.J Storo - Room for Rent. wull lAltlsat tvfr utker iltfr that give the air of sin. the railing of Ihe atalraay, aud played aland al Livingston, where he remained Ihreulinsto urvseul Itselt baa 9 brttllli all tarefully derson and Madison) Tliotiixm has a airnty, and whin be rriareil It only require lubrlralhia oolua lo liMllb lw U lrf.U. wllh huuwrr (Viu IjIuIi, next remind, the havoc generally. It required the force of till the lime of his death He waa warm fir, majority of 1,501, We understand country lhat civil service reform must first five ucn to arrest hlui, It now lie hearted, generous ami frank No man tn dlsuso. T army abouhl bai nothing to do with llllliiUMitM. (aUh.(lsjftt or uoJrrl"-'J- 1 I resident. go lo lh atlwlUr Iwltltuf that Mr. Cbriswan will not submit lo be established by the iopIe in filling Ihe in jail, a railug niaulac Slut hi Incar- lh Stale aa more sincriely liked by hi tb leitloa or luugurlloa lh tbUiugrest df. idirloAll irttuvllB, k4 fr.M a rs)rUiK lr w llnaldeul) Respectfully, electoral cilice he admonished Ihe sincere ceration be got poaseolon of a chair, with frienJ than "Dirk (lreham He waeau lIsretlneH' ssmIioi ohokelsj wooftbe inuy htlutlUlta.Uililiill tit aUllbt tueiauiwr the Primary. friend of a better civil service how to which be shivered the window paue and Odd Fellow, ami wa diiuled lu Ihe Or- hale only to obey bis mandaUs, aud ar roteiti!d fitiltilwluf It. ANlUr kliiwl WfaiUluM uUlii Oiuritr-Journawill l with Thu Weekly strike lb only deadly blow that can U di- tverlldug within reach, Including llie der. He left no children, ami by hi will lu 10 doing only su tar they msy Ulswialiour liwkl Iiwit ba In 1 cvult ltU-r- ia--lrwiutlii. way limit U atlitLwo atlijr i lituutr I aeat to any addree till January rected a galu.t the present evil, The ten chair. II appears to U an educated man, dispose of his entire tlat to hi widow. loiuuilsaloua esuies IhaC I Ilk TryJI. Iiltl Ul(W uf luauguialloa II u!U our lw. He rude JU il ilffvu UVA). II. 1IKU0K & CO. 1881. frrfiftr cents. 14 lijr (ttinti)! X t vuuy HI decease Is much lamented nf thousands nf Intelllernt voter who but no man knnwa whence he romelh k to tbelaidlal- -l watlbo lrry tIruUr.lM II ehuioiMi holeel lit. liri 3" he inferior ourn;iI. r TlIK Itijitiorters "f (larrVM .111 i.. tn.ii 1I..1 (;,, I Inn inrUrHn prtrti rl'lwn ln1(jserine si'rremier lit n ai ri y I '"'' ''"T1 reHirm hi mm '" MoNKwiMrm-,- ' Via Angii'l 3 Tlie eleciirin lo iIbt wi" i he in mi Ifl ami r held InlheNlai. In lhl r ly leile the Tote Is unusually large The Derm-erat- s have swept the "late by from GO,'0rt lo TO.OOO majority The entire Slate tick et, Including the legislature and county Many of the negroes officers, Is tleclcd went to the polls and openly voted the full IVmocratlc ticket The (Ireenbacker-tn- . dependents are no more in Alabama There is great rejoicing here, and guns are firing In honor nf this great Democratic victory. It D lively, son of J V lively, met with a horrible dralli at Paris, , When the northKr., Saturday afternoon bound fast train was nesring the paivenger deiol he waa leaning against the fence on the outer edge of the track, and when the engine waa within a few feel of htm he threw hlmelf across the track. The engine and baggage car paved over him, the a.li pan crushing his body and leg, while the drivers cut oft" an arm, a portion of the right foot and severed an ear, ft was conveyed home in a wagon and was conscious until death, which M about (I Ha has been deranged for si me time, and In a reply lo a tpiestlon from hlfalher, asld llisl be did it on pur-po- f Stanford Fomalc College, NT.4M'OHI, KY. LAST ROUND 233 WITU A TOLL 00RP8 Or TfiAUllERS IhlalmUlntloa wlllopra ITS KLHVKNTH SESSION, (IN Tlllv THEY GO! We will leave for S.MIMOMIli I.NSKITI'.MIinii.NKNT. all Tin: TltOROUOH riRAMrimtii a F.NOLISn COURSE na srelangbl, well as MUSIC. THE LANOUAID.M. DHAW-1NAND l'AINTINU. M IS Evansville, Ind., TIIIIMH 16th, about and only a few days longer an immense stock of goods will be sold at the fol lowing greatly re duced prices spits i: It A 'I' 11. lo Tuition, price range frrmt li to fw la tb Inlernsr-tls-lt regular lirpsrliMeols. 110; repslaliy, IW, aod IWlrglsle, 4. rr full partlrwltra, to Hme.1, Ac . mhlrrm lll.tllT. IM N. '. THI'Iaiantsrd, Jocrda rlrlMl IV, I a, iuc J. N. DAVIS' EflOGERY. CONFECTIONERY - AM VAK1ETY STOKK. I latrf hi k f I Ua ftl Mf ! WWM, IWwT OROCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, Boots, Bbocf, Hiti,Olotuinr;, QUKENSWA11E, 'rolnr:-o- , QLASSWAHK, I'lcitrw, winkh, i,it)Uoiix, AMI AN irr. EnJlrti Variety of Snndr 1 Ke.MII.V Article. MH'I'I.V STdltl'. Is what I wlllhnp andthoeltlseosof loon, lb fsrioevaod lra.ler,iaa iod al my boose aavtblng Ibey nes.1, at ally rHallrflrr. COnNTRY PRODUCE I. Takeo ia rtrbioe bar limsls, at Iho highest mar hotrateo. HclM nsoyoor lMiliiy, leoltM-va- , tga, killer, Vtai, Wild tl.me, Urd, Karoo, liloselul. oenaythlogoW, and I will give yea Iboel l Ibom lo Ikoir full vsluo. Ml-- J. 31. Neae Ike llen IAIJ. t. WARREN n. & N ori.ios v. o. sroiti:. ! ! !! ! Fruit Jars Fruit Jars ! Fruit Jars Wo havo n good stock of Jars, of all kinds and sizes. Also havo in Suinmor goods : Froozors, Wa- Ico-Crcai- n ftirr Grain Sliovols, Pitchforks. &c. Renierubtr, we keep a itock of Staple and Fancy Orocerln, Suearg, Colfeti, Kolau- n, Coal Oil, Tea, Rice, &c. flrtt-ela- la .fit InFanoy Orocorloi, wo lmvu Can-noQoodi ofovory doicrlptlon, Chooio, Macearonl, Splcoa, Extracts ot oil klndi. Waaliokeepaldtrge anj Oouipletn itork of Ohlna, Olau anil Queeuiware, Lamm and Cliliunejs. d lu at ltlall at Als.a good aaaortmeul of Tinware, Hard, ware, Tobaocoa, Ulgara, Nollona, and, lu fact, eyery UiIdi usually kept In allrsl-clai- a Ilouae of tbe kind. kerllly Ui olllaloi, stall time, la I able lo tumuli lo to all who may ami Iheoi, nllb llacvu, lardj-laluee, having auy uf Iriri. Haa.k all tllra lb lasl tiaiuinl arlli lu sell,io t all on us Mur dlsso.lug of BSiu elaro her, and w uowW Hullrr, Ugs,Ar rbolilllbe loay tha b la W.I lusilel I birr lor lluoda. Wit la ait us m lUlag lit our Una. Call ho lu uad uf auy. .1. II. WAH II UNA. HON. I. i ' itc -- The ladle Nome f How Ihonghl ilml be w .old lb rennurcc of the counly are not lew Meyer, .for PlierlfTi 1,0T; Hia of the Prrsbyle rhn hchla HprelalTermr.fl "' r TTllfl II f 11' t II 1 11 " v4,'ik (Viiinivi ikii, ilifClmill f'.iiirl here vrsterdav fur the ' C liiirrli al Part ralseil neatly 11,000 for, ample lirren Pir.tnn' w(etuir1on, the than 40 r nrrler than in l"To n for (1ly Marh.l HoU, their cliiirrh hr piibliihlng their ' lllne oilier night. He got Into (he pilch ami progrelve deteomienl of whiih everr Tomi.kln. I ml 57; Dhl, lir trial of a few )iiity pim. proud. In Ihe Primary for Congress Thnmiiii Ilook " took one under raeh arm ami tailed oft, rltlren nf the county mnr jwlly Mr. Kin.MKn TiiunMoxi', of McKln-ne- r graCuok KY. bc nnxir- - makirlly over Chrlman I W. In Inlrrnal Improvemenl Kid. Klionne, of ll.ethtlMl.in Church, lnl before he hid gone many lei Prcrton Piallen, while walking In on of Ida very Inlrrerlirig liml two ihola at lilni. He nnloadril him-ael- f aneil by any counly In the Stale. Tber Frlihy Mnmlng, August 0, I8S0, pailnrraoii Kunday lat, waaallarknt by a ha lieen conducting r.iAjKi'frArr. Xenla, II Hoaquarter hnriw, and are within her border CO mile of railroad and run like hull ami aererely gnir.1. Ill wound ire protracted meeting at Ml. ami 123 mile of mar.i. limited lurnplkr .Mif.fc t,n$-t- . Ihonghl It wa nnt good to lie there. rd Turoday night with ait ronfmlona. rrry ilnfnl hut nnt wrloiu. Much nee led shower nf nln fell to are far r.'M'.if, xorirr.i. Two Utile boy hardly large enough road. Her Jill nnd (iuit-lion- e During I be twelve yeara that I II. l'finr. Ansrit Itmrii, of ItarmMmrg Illanton, I). D., waa pnalor of the Prune-Irrla- n In drive up the row by Ihemielre, one above the average, find her lmr-lini- i one day. Cilrn Mll.l. (trail lind cheap nl I'.leclinn toix-oil without any fightha been frlerleil by the lioard of Trmtwc the aon nf Wm. lyilln and Ihe other the very hel and bet kept In Ihe Stale. Churrli at Pari ,111 new mrmlwr Iff A lllggln'. of Hlanlnrd Seminary a llie Iraihrr in were added lo llie nrgnnltalion and over aon of Alex Sutton, git Into ft quarrel The county debt I only twenty thoiiiand ing. Had plcnly of noise occasionally by Nmv line vt Angara nt rreeirrd Iijr that arhool for lit netl aelnn. lie ia $73,000 contributed forcliurcli and benev- lit church Monday night. The a loo free use of whliky. Al the rloo of drew hi after Ihl yearT levy I collected. Harrl A Nnnnelley. (V; i knife and cut Mutton nnco or twice, lint poll lax I bill $1 50, and Ihe ad valorem Ihe Nill the vote flood: Wsrren, Cn(slrr Pen cheaper Hurt ever al raid lo l a man of conlderable ahllily. olent purposesKip; ry, 14S; (.'hrnaiitl ami Penny's. didn't hurl him arrloiialy. A aufficlent lax for nil county purtoie tint twenty Adam, 117. ForSheriff-SwccnOx to MORnnw (Salunlay) at 2 u'clocV I.AXI), HTIKIl AXIt Vltor. exam-in- o t.l Mr, (' ext Al8u.Trnntantly on amount of birch tea would lie twneficiat lo cenla upon each hnndrrd dollara of value. Coffey, 142. In Ihe primary election lo In KtanforJ, r.'M, Iffore Ihe Cotirt-lIoiia lllgtn . hand al Sorrel Dan, the great pacer, waa wild anrh little fellow. The adminitralhn of llie hualneM of the select a candidate for Congres", Thompson Clirl-ma- n Tnr a aampl ( f lb Slltff Naf y Tubac-r- o lire Ilondaof lb Town of Rtinfonl, of one la.l wrek to Chicago panic for $12,000. II. r Our munlr i prudent ami economical, there tee!ved 140 and al IXillon heard hiindrnt dollar rarli, will I aohl. They at llarrl A Nnnnelley V A few years ago Ihe illren of Mid- Saturday night dog kilted ft fine noiie Monday night In the More. It rreni- - lielng decrease lat year or nearly Iwu Iwar Inlerett at fl per ernl., which la payaWatch r ami Jewelry repaired ami ii fc' I . Tt? . MM. bvllp, HHiHI lt lllC CutlwoUJI.mil ! ni it, mm hie mime one rawing (o gel (n liiuueNnii lioliar in (iie uniinary eXitn-ble" mmai't'' Tliw "tioridrifw jwiyaoTe T of Kentucky ami bad nn act bright. Ihe houae. He got up and armed hlmielf The county weal (Stanfonl) ha grown from legislature I.AkIi Oil. of ifni iiallly fnr Mowrra option of lh town. Counly Court day wa entirely given with 9 club and began to look around, ex- a population of 752 in 1S,0 to brlwrtn paed to prohibit the sale of distilled ami Ac, at Mrltr.lrt A8(;gV nought in oar-loa- d lots to lnsuro Low l'rlcos. Tho season Tnr Daxtim.: Pair Will rommence up to the election, and no atock of any pecting lo find acme one In the More, but ami 1,100 In IH80, and ha had over spirit within a radio of one mile nf Al.twlm are Indebted In m mini mme is nlso near at hand for bl.l falrlotx the hett ktml wa offered. There I now hclngerrrtcd withfmwanland srtllf at once. Harris A Nnn- netl Tuenday. It could ee no ign; llie aawlng continued, one hundred houw built between the Iwu nelley J. Will Poore.of llryinlavlllcvdilppcil but nobody to be aeen. He brandy dlrllllery. We do for many year. An advertisement of It, took perioit. Tlier are two bank, wllh an in Ihal radiu n al I'AIXTa, White I.rsd, Oil. Varnishes, Riling aome of the mot Important polnta, 300 hog) lo market IhU wrek purchaeit In down large aggregile callal of $350,000, with a large not suppose tint Ihe pirtlr will vlotsle ft hat tint ami found that Window (IIm, al Uittom price al Chen-mi- lt wlllli found in till e Lincoln (larrard at 4 to 4 Ihe law, hut will remove Ihe brandy lue. Aa chinch hug had got In there to try amount of depniil; and heiMr there are A Penny's. Two (leorgla farmera grew BOO hnh-e- l will lure no fair, our people ahoutd and of the prohibited clrrle lfore selling Alt of which I will sell At the Lowest poulble Price. I desire to nil Money I a number of money loanera. nn ft hat, and wa trying loaawhtiway Wr (itMrusTrr our ltrady-mlieIt. of lrlh iotaloeann one acre of land nn dnnht will palrnnlie that of our neighpedal attention to the out. A fellow ran Imagine a good many abundant, nd can I Imrrnwrd nn gooil Paint in iiialltr ami durability. PriwixAl. Mr. C. I Holme and bor. and wld I hem for $100. rta A Sunn rcurlly al 11 moment' warning for lx per family are visiting In Lexington. They thing Ju-- I aftrr an election. Major Daniel HiMcr, a Aa Outrun Ptr. I.V In Ibetwo rcira (il'ltarcuunt arc rady. All Indebted cent. inltreaU The county bond,learlng were aernnipanled by Mrs. MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATOR. e. Morri, of Hiimtaitrllle In lit wlllpteacfvnruwllha settlement. ainrc t waa there, Nlanforil ha Improreil lock dealer In the lllne (Inn rrglnn, died lx r cent. Interril, ell In Ihe home Mi Until Wright, nf Huslonville, John II. Weil haa atill on hand cofMrltobert A Ulagg. al Pari, Ky., Alunlay. Many new and hm!ome wonderfully. Tlicro is no Pump equal to thorn; no stagnant wator, no freezing up, market for over four per cent, preml'im, haa relumed home, In the rrgrrt of her TnrnK la nothing heller thi dot wrath-e- r rrhlrnre Mr. Sanford Krwin'a Denmark coll fin and burial cnc, and hrnrm In nn'er or othor impurities, no printing to start tho Pump, no wigglo-tall- s A fine bare been erected. All Ihe ataple product of the Stat- e- many friend here Iter. It. A. Hovlou than Nod. Water. (In In Clirnault A as tho following porsons, who aro mine thorn, will testify t Jim Allen ha returned from Tenne-elook Ihe premium of $10 at Fnnk'a hnw block of bualnew liouira I going up arm corn, wheat nnd other (rrral, nil kind of ha gone In Somerset lo hold a protrarled Penny' fur Ihe rtildrst ami larsl. d (leorgla and Alabama, where he Court-lfouand ( at Danville tail Saturday. grawe, hemp and tobacco are aiiccewfnl-I- r meeting, Mr. George Prewitl, candidate I'mrrxrRT. Toilet Hoat- -, Hair, Nail IhealrVel frnm the It. V.. Harrow, nf aheep, J. W. Iisait, J. J. Mrltnherl. eonie aeren ft. K. Itobinaon, of (larrard, (lilppe.1 anil Tooth llruslir, ami twirl article of eral old bulldinga hare Iwen torn away that grown within our liorder. A iorllon for Circuit Clerk, without opposition wa M. II. John M. Held, John llrtoht, iln, It I now Wednesday and no relurna to Cincinnati, Tuewlay, 0o3 laml, for (lirnaull A Penny's. all kinds at an entire opiare may b deroled lo court .s. J. t'mbry, A, A. Warren, of Ihe county which ha Wen neglected In In Middleburg on Monday attending Ihe W.T. Urecn. .lamps K. Helm, T. II. .Montgomery, John If jtiiii want to paper jour room nam. place pnrpoaew. (Jrowlli and enlerprir are which he paid from $2i0 lo $.1 wr liead. from the election. Of coiirae we are all ellorU lo develop Ihe material rewiurcea election. He wanted more voles. Mrssr. ('rorgp Vaughn, In lb sample of wall at Chrnault everywhere eridrnt, and with a prettier During the five daya of the Irotlirg waiting, and nothing ran happen until and productive capacity, I rapidly coming T. Porter, J. II. Mr Ulster. Jone and IL1II011, of Stanford, were here A Penny's. Jump Pinion, They arc hcattllfill anil chop. W. II. Anderson, (I. P. Peacock, would oon lie one of meeting at Chicago, lat week, the amount lhiquetlon i nettled. Ituatlon communiforward aa Hr. rllflon Fnnlrr. (I. Scargrnt, S. II. Iliiucliiimi. a few diys ago prospecting for a location J. Umk at I lie Kentucky drain Drill. No Kid. CrenhawSlati!ey and Flemming f!mmetl milled In theealeof pool and iool lick- ty, and will In ft few yeara make (lit great for ft store. Miu Patlie Stephenson, of slopping tnclcn out stalks, trash, ikmI, Ae. hamlomet lowna In the Klate. are conducting meeting at the Christian el averaged $V),000 per day. It run nrrr evrry olxlacl. For .le Iijr fgan in Howling Oreen Intelligencer. Kentucky atapte 11 great aource of Incoiie. Crab Orrhard I vMting her hrMhrr, Mr. Flemlngahurg ITie' Jamra A Carpen- Church in thit place, which they expect lllgB,lns. Owsley There I thebeM order prevailing every W. L. Stephenson. KOMXAMRfMaMpXTKAOnplKARr. The ter ram In from the mounlalna with a tu continue over Sunday next. ami anlillerr, at rWthe lot harnrre law arc rigidly enforced, D. We have lo record the death of two where, and the Itir lowel price, Courts A I'icLrU I lli other night about ten o'clock Mr. Calvin drove of ahrrp, and among them waa a rhaw. never experiThe county ha I.lbrrlu. toll-gatnear Mc hybrid, auppoecd to !w a rro (Iravbeal, who. ket place In go, ami we would advise our Infant, within Ihe week- - J. II. Walker'a between MJuMAorx-- On the 30lh of July, enced more pro peroua ml prcgreiivf leaders to prove I lie Irnlli of Kln nry, wa atarlleil by the paIng of a cnunly al McKInney'a Station, on Wednesday hut, hep ami ft deer. thi by calling on them when Ihey go to woman In her night clothe. Coder th era than Ihe pmrnt. Lnt, but not Ion. t, John M. I ortenhery lo Miss Nellie III O. P.Alfonl, of Alford, Pell A Co, and Adam W. Carpenter' near Millrdge Dsnville. They In mile nothing hut the we are olid for Hancock and F.nglih, and tian. On the 27th ult , James K. Love to lwt goods, ami ran guarantee sillsfaellnn Impmwlon that it waa a gtioil, he, In com bought CO green mule, Iwo-- J ear-ol- d pat, ville on Tuewlay. everybody d the Covrirrjoimuil. Tell Mis Florence Sharp. On llie atli tilt, J nany with another man, puraurd the ob at $101.30 per head, of W. W. lUldwin, of In every case. I forgot lo inerl the iifual C. Mnrgan to Miss Catharine Phel. All I on." N To WnrtrRN Kmkiraxt. Having Iwrn ject and aucceedcJ In bringing It back to Mawn. Thew are Indeed eilra ; prolnhly lion paragraph to the effect that "every- Ihe emigrant that our door of the artic were resident of lid coun aptntrd (IrxrrtAL I:mi(iratio( AorwT hia Lou, when he found thai It wa tan- the bet anywhere. thing went oil quietly." In fact the whole IttlXTV, HAIlltAUU tyal Cimlnnall for llir VAN DA I.I A LINK, nic Dryr, colored woman, who lived with In Knglanil the (loojwoo.1 meeting thing wa like a modern rrligiou meeting On lat Friday night J. F. Mcllrall fr Iht Hate of MiMtomii, Tixia, .micfiafer. little Intrrrot and no enthnitaim. Kven a colt and N'mauKA, Kaxus, CoimAto, her hniland near ML Haleni. The woman Friday for Ihe told some of the boys, confidentially, that , , appeared lo 1 atlccp, and on being laid on IaLIi-MIXUWe have had an election over here In and ths Wiwrcnx TritMTO-Hitcame off, ami wa won by I,orlltard 'a Ihe mocking bin! fell atleep and lit not there was a thicken in P. W. Napier" staam fully im pa ml to futnMi, mrc 11 illl, commenced to anore. Hh remain lhi county. Pawpaw. The belting ju't Ufore Ihe race yet returned hi ong, ble that hid two well developed hrads. Il nn apliilin, )lax, Ijiml Circular, gir-in- g eil I owe an apology for having omitted there all night and until day neil morn- wa five lo ten again! Pawpaw. The National Uink I undergoing ft Kill, CUniatr, Ac Ixiwnl ratra made wa was but little II me until everybody ronaciou-net the name of Judge Owaley from the lil of thorough repairing, on iiMenjr.rra, liouehold good or itnck. ing, ami not giving any algn of Jainc r.tlh, Sr, anbt In Willi Oood-maansioui to see It. Mc got a lantern and (Vill on, or addrru. (1KO. A. KNKIIIT. Mr. (Iraybral thought It bel lo lake I'.hlei lUliott, of Ktrtiville, preached pair of No. leaker rn latilication day. The Judge of Ilourlon.on Monday, led the way to the stable, and alter having (Irn'l Knilgralion Agent, S. K. IVr. 4th her home. Accordingly he had her placed 1 mule for ft.S7.S0. Tho. God', Kr , aold will wo the point when I ar that I waa at the C1ir!lian Church here Sunday, them hunt all over the stable Informed ami Vine MrrrU. Clnrinnatl. Oliin. In a pring wagon, and it wa not until ah 87 head of l,4G8-lb- . of the regular pator, Kid. Oibon, cattle In PitUburg lat ick and unable to attend. Mr informawanted losee how many Ilea had Ivcn at home lor aom lime that week for $1.00 mretlng in Madlon them that he rwl, and $M nn the lot. tion wa obtained from young lady, who, now off holding per i'i:itsi).iu there were in Ihe (table. All got full, and he appeared lo awaken from her deep of cotire, could not remember any ajieak-c- r county. Clark County Democrat. now is, "Are you catching the watch-wor- d lt Alirt(WtMr KM fMM ( AWlltll Ml tlrcp. Her hutbind, who had nt th Mr. II. M, Ilitrdelle waa very much except Col. Tom Varnon; o 1 had to Knight Templar, the urib flea," Ul hunting for her, aaya that ah got up Satunlay evening, by r aon of Frllowcraft, out of Mary gur al Ihe real. We all rriuembcrrd the injured on lianXM n vlalllof Mt lVira night Mim llatrtir PrnsoxAL. Miss Matlie Cofler, one ihortly aftrr retiring ami went out but he lladley, who ran the faatnt llirce-n,iirtrJudge on Monday. hore runningaway with him.Had two ril of our most beautiful young ladies, spent lliiaallKatllle r llHwilnf-Im- , ald no attention lo II until her aUy wa of R mile ever reconled, 1:11, ha rprnng Mi twiai TacanMar n Dr. If. Ilrown goc PrntosAt. lo Kvered from the vertebral column, about-de- r three daya last week with Mis Maggie AlIV. V . a k !! M protracted, when he began lo think that blade broken, kneea and ellwwa gah-e- d to atrengthen hia tendon In lit near fore lrg, ml will be Cumberland Fall Miss a tnw-a- l MtMitlla K(PhrHltl apell waa on her again. The rellrrd permanenlly from the track. uch len. Miss Annie Ikiitman visited and expand hi idea. Mi conMilution lo the bone, head and hand very (MfciM Ifrttiri ulMra al O Dollie Cabbell this week. There was quite toll-gwa - Mim Ijujim Una, IVvea XM, Uw diilancr from hi home to the The renutlon In tlie raring world now In.i Logan, of Miuourl, and Mif I!an maheil and bruiacd; in fajt, he it obont a a crowd of young ladies and gentlemen a tl-la IU, It. K. MrlU(wU' biallr we have about five mile, and ahe walked It In I, of courae, Maud S. Her wonderful IjOgan, of JeMamtne nuinty, Ky., Iare mutilated ft body a been intcnte,ever reen. from Huttonville in (own Tuesday, among I'. WattM HhwJ, (I. ITiinw but lie i vliting al J. M. Cook'. The former a Ill aiifTerlng hare lut an hour. race with Trinket al Chicago aurpried ra I altenUaeeal Ito lt(fwlira I'alr whom were Misses Kate Williams, Anne Improving. Win. T much -- Mwn raaia aid I'arbik WAlLAra, 1ir iVrerr'aii. the poll al Capt. Stone, her manager, almott aaCleve- daughtrrnf Dr.kith formerly ofthe latter of now alowlyhave but to aay thai Garrard Cooke and Helen Held; also MIvcs Ina Wc Ihl coun Janie Ixigan, KxllkB.U. Kr . (k(rMilii, Mr. U At lh hour for opening a It atonilieil every one ele. At and l!an Logan, the former finui Plaits, I'. IJtlw. precinct No, 1, not an officer ap land, Friday, In a trial trot of half 11 mile, ty. The family of Hugh Logan have all counly Democracy I a large parly large burg, Mo, and Ihe latter from NicholasMim lUrtia Itltxtain, Mxklrr, ly ilemorallied and disorganized. Our wilntril lo bold the election could be found. he outdid even her own brilliant record gone to Ihe Dripping Springi. M. S. Peyb a UAl 14 ber aarle, r4lH(4tf vllle, Ky, who are visiting friends at HusMe hate not An hour roiwd and alii! they came not. of Ihe week before, and made Ihe half ton and family and Min Ida TwtJwell Tammany Club nouriahc. II. (!(,Ma. T. Innk lonville. Alt of Ihe gallantry from Ihe T. J. l'AHrE.A, aMrnle.l Vj at tart lo the Spring on Thursday. Tom ascertained the exact numlier or vote cat West Knd of Lincoln was along, but for the County Judge, the Cleik and va-- 1 mile In ..(,. Then wn Mab4 KrMij u lilt ikirpH Ik Sou ami aundry lawyer lgan to lay Henry Croiier and aevrral other tra- Varnon come up prelly often. Hhy I on Monday for Judge Pryor, Owley, of space we cannot give their name, OUI ukrutb h4li or Warren. We nndertand wanl fj - Mi. OlU TllonriWCf Iwallf llle, who lit th.ir head together lo romlder what der are acourlng Xelaon fur mule, o Ihl thui? Mr. Fnirua Kothwell, of Mr. Geo. C. Powell and family, from Lin(pending pome lime that Phil Thompson' majority waa P24. lM'l'lf l.ir (III, Mr (I. A. honld 1 done. The lawa boring on Ike great ia th demand. They are paying Miwuri, haa I'll krra coln, are at Moore's Spring recuperating. WrUolr. sir bf r Iimu Ii. object were rrvl und diaciiued. If $100lo $130 for broke mule, and $(Vlo with her mother, Mm. Kmmrll McCormark, Col. J. K. Faulkner' majority wa 437. Several other pict nre existed In a few no Harlow for Contablc In Ihl precinct lx '"' '"-(- only on of the appointed ofTJcera would $85 for unbroke mule. Mi M. I.iwoia, Parliea In Sr , of Ihl county. days. wlt, MUi Nanta Mtm, bi retwrne.1 (rm a come, all would be fight, and finally when Marion have paid a high aa 0 and $60 opixwitlon 323. (I. W. Dunlay, Demo Our elections passed off very quietly; mil I rrUlltr! Caai4llMU. Crnfc crat, for Police Judge, maturity 8; F-C. TaeaiiBARr fcuiilo lb aend for one, Mr. for auckling mule, in anlicipation of a it lcen decided lo m M. RitLia Mr. W. K, Huch.insn ! very proud Snyder, llepublican, for Town Manhal, Indeed Ihere wss not a single fight during llerilnf Caaif lertl(. Vmn tbrrw lb will ft Jamra I Ilarkley put In hi appearance. boom two yeara from thia time. The mule llie whole day. Two dirkic, one a Demof the handome machine preentel by her majority S. Plenty of rain but no iliflicul t tb Mila TbrA, lailltat it Leilast. aa a rraaon for hi delay that he trade la briik, ami trader are of the opinocrat and the other llepublican, seemed TwUf ar and gave TiiRrliturr ibUirr ln hutband. lie of any Importance on election day. 1 elected mule will a tllw ( VlrglaU. llUIwJi( Jlw of mm thought nine o'clock wa the proer hour ion that If Hancock very anxious to fisht, but their friends The funeral aermdn of Mr. John Sing We were pleased lo meet Pr.nsoNAL. AibbwJ, ail IbrwiMI lo begin. ftecord. He then appointed the other rie to old price." oil nlilalbUwaw( leton will lie preached the fourth Saturday our old Collrge friend, U V. Collars, the kept them apart for twoor three hours, and . bUlk-iliShort-Hor- n ofTicera and the work began, not, however, SAtw. Thnmlay The away Maa,J.C. aaoILT NlaiLttr,o( ("Ui until 1 great ileal of diMatiifaclion had Vnnmeler A Hamilton aold &7 animal at and fifth Sunday In Ihla month, by I'ev. J. other dav. Prof. Zollars 1 now President finally look their knlveand they from tliein only flap let them together, It. Johnron. Aunt Clara Singleton haa had 0r eowwlf, MfMf. Lwrlrw Iirabf n4 Jim (to, Female College al North Mlddle- - and eiprrwed. All day long the town $S0 lo $,O0. Total amount of aale about been ped each others jiw a little and became u I'iimu, iik! C4. (ltu. Wtbb, if Ttw, town. Kv. He la a very proficient scholar Iw IkU tlXwIlf. On and it waa wonder- $17,000, or an average of nearly waa black with nrgroe, mJ 4it)vlla very quiet. The race lwtween hweeney I of Johnnie's grave, at a eot of $150. and Is looking up students. We wish him Zlla ful lo ace the unanimity with which they Friday It. A. and J. T.Tracy aold 49 Mimki lALA IlBOKitoa, KiIm Monday' election wa quiet and or- success. Prof John Sweeney, of Paris, and Coller wa watched after more clocly- awl ruki kJ Mlual- TM, M" KMimmiJ. Lull Ml toted (or Adama for Commonwealth' $270. for $13,3)7.o0; an iverage of Mr. vUlllatr UUt derly. Jim Dillion wa elected Town Ky, spent a few daya here this week. Mr. tlian all of Ihe others, and there was lot Put. ef !r On Sat and Caldwell for 8hrifT, although Price ranged from $.'0 lo Klwwry i Ibli cwinlr, Wn lr tbrlr bvtitn 04 ft- Marshal, i.d he certalply lia won laurels Goodloe Lackey, formerly of this place, of work done on lwtli side. Nearly nil Intithcr hid been put nut by hia party. urday W, T. Ilea me aold 53 animal for In that office. HI opponent, 11. I. Karris, now of Marsh.ill,Mo, is visiting hi parents of the precincts In the county have been A great many Democrat ataid at $15,025. Price ranged from $15 to $773. i.or.ti. ji.irrr.ns. Jr mul be content with the smile of the kere. Miss Jennie Lackey has relurned heard from, and Swcenev'w majority Is home, and the mult wa that Mr. It. C, On Monday Wm. Warfiehl aold A I head about G5. In the race forCommonwealth' (I. W. lloliBITT wa flrcled .'onlable in Warren rrcelve.1 bnl !W inajorily In Stan- for $9,773; 50 female averaged $102; ladies. Jim Ia not a "ladies' man," but from a short visit to P.icliraond. Mis he would get the vote of Ihe fair sex a Maggie Vanlis, of Fleming county, Ky, Attorney Warnn'a majority In tho county Ihii prvclnrl nrrr (leo. K. Solaihl h 100 ford where he afiould hare had at Icaal malca $115. 70. Little Phil swept Ihe deck choice for Town Marshal. OBT, Is visiting friends and relatives here. Geo. about Tulr. (food butcher cattle 300. It ia uulng atrange how men, with liOUIIYIIXE. Mr. Walter Saunders haa treated her- Denny, Jr., has returned from hia exten Chrisman only received about 15 vote' In KurU-- r lia any drains whatever foi llie aucce of the are active and aell readily, while common our 1'nArnis. Mr. A. A. the county. Kvcrybody that cante to' the self to a new phston. The Professor I not sive western lour. 0 have not seen him, lliaoti (or hiLel )f larce and delirlnu Democratic party, can fail lo vote on every grade have declined 15Q23 cenla alnce going "down hill," hut he goes down the liolls voted for Judge Owsley and Geo, and do not know what place he selected occasion, and rrprcially on Ihla occuion, lal report. Good hipping cattle are rarhe. times a week, C, O. Springs for his permanent home. To the regret of A. Prewitl. Neither of them had nppe several (notation when a competent, aober and worthy acarce and active, Light to road Democrat! jollified Tin: C'rah is still lively. Several excellent families many gentlemen friends, Mia Frankie ition. by audi R man aa the eltra hipiJng, $3.00(2 (.50; common tori of IL ritiien wa 0loeil Wediirolar nlglil oer the from the South will lw there for some Farra left for her home In 1 ayelte, Mon Krpublican voted for. We give the o(B-d- tr oxen, SV,3M; light tocker, $2.25(7 3j nvr liivmhsiKHi.. i' Warren. lime. Mr. Tcvis and little Daisy lluicli day last. Mr. Frank Farra spent Sunday -- - . vole of the county in the tablo below feeder, $2.73(3 3.23; common to lieil butch been quite sic, but we are glad lo and part of Monday Willi his daughter, Hi: al'iiK tu look at our Ijilim', Miora rough ateera, poor have er, S2.25Q3.75; thin them convalescent. 2 WS files' (leo. Mrs. Col. Walton. Messrs. It. M. llradley and Children Mine, al . and cow, Ac, $l.50( 2. The market for hog r.'Kirt Capt. Slinll took some excellent views and Samuel Ilurdette, of llockcasllr.wrre II. HrucoACu. 1 ia aitlve, all finding ready ule at followin camp here and on parade. in town for a few daya this week. soldiers Camp lllitckhiini LUMIIEIt For Sale. acking and butcher of the ing price: Choice TliK worl 011 llie Town Hall 11 progrr-u-- , He ha llie same printed and on exhibi At Mrrantsvillr, Monday, a difficulty good butcher $1 fiOfo A I. , I Thohtiek-woik of the li,l $ sOr.OO; light to lograpldlr. llronterolMsJ R. M. WnJlrtrr.A tion. The tjieclinen of hi skill are finely a negro i.uUlesurtlitD, u (ho aruuists,iiSAT-lltliAtorr ia nrailjr compleled. 40; hoat,$3.50tV4, White the lamb executed, and hi galhtry haa been visited arose overrather high, vote. tho ine excite- wlUspllsl Ariil'sr :, l!,st ao'clolcr. Ijimls--r ..i and affair soon llwhtsliritl'iJJer, Uilill In IisikI, (lis ment ran market I dull and aluggUli, heavy fat daily by a great many wron. He liar spread Into a general tuclcc. ConsiderallU,llnn.HfDfln flankl usrU during III Ule TiiKiiiudi'iiei-deraim lute lallin in atock twe are active and beep and klKSIUIKUCOt not taken many pictures this week, In con ble shooting wa engaged in. No scrioua Msls llii Tirlnltjr.and Iho rnip and grax are I. . 'IK IN, Hsnafir twit higher. Price: Sheep Common to good sequence of the wcMher. Citpt. S. is cer. damage lo any one. The remit wa that the again in atltKirUliingrondllioii, i $250(5.3.75. Common hipping, aUiLsivjtii we have ever I ail in negroes and leading whileuepublican urgtainly the lot artut lo citra, $3(i 4.50. Mule from 15 to 1C NlXT Manila; night I the time or the C. (". ing the matter on were driven In great hand high and from 4 lo 7 yeara old, rrgularmrtlliig of llieMinp Ii.l;e here. Two rpecial train brought Garfield haste from the town. Among the number aaiitii bring $150(3175; from It lo 13 hand, All the Inniilier art? rviiiiralnl l lw l'rea-mThursday, 2l)lh ult., but or UeiuocraU engaged In the aflray waa men to our town 11.(1. Alford, W.M. Ktt.u aame age, $100(7 125. butcher and ahlp-pin- g Diogone with his lantern would have been lirnj. Itobinson, Smith Williams and Wm, LAND, STOCK AND CROP, Cincinnati. Hood ( WWT IN u unable to find a white man In the proces- Clark, Jr. On the night of the 4th tho IIAYIKO lETEUMISKl T Mi:i. Waiiionanii Mil. Jlnpcr hope cattle are held at full prlcca and meet (or hIi rjissossssja 1 sion. Th cloud was datk and th air was barns of Thus, lloblnson, son of Penj th all, I vUl eflf r lliul thoM inJihle.1 In thrni ill rail a but common grade are with ready aale, SKl'TKHIIKK Slit, not Impregnated with sulphur, but oh ' Itobinson, Smith Williams ami Win. Clark, OX MKDXKSUAV, early aa llifjr ran and wltle their arrouMi 111 left over. The price are about aa follow: it waa so duty ! The day iu1 by quiet J r, were burned to the ground. Mr. It's I M0, wf I J I" inlherily Ti near ilfi' (liunh, wllli thrni, ulhey hae hill Common lo choice butcher grade, $I.75pf lru wH fruiu b Maiituitt aDtl ItanvUl turn.lk aiJ ly, and two liepublirans, lo our knowledge, roekaway and many valuable farming im- 3 iuHrrvrtth Juwtiouoftli lhat UHMt lw aelllol. 4.23; fair lo good ahlppera, $ h5?4.75; good IuUtlU Naivh- iiaivaiv liecarue Democrat, plements and other things were consumed, vllltana uucteittil nmiiu rn iuuroais IJjKtllitSlJ were not contented to choice cow, fViOC' 3.85: good lo choice Mil. D. II. I!iiton will oflVr al puhlic Mr. William' barn was just built, Mr. CONTAINING MO ACIUW From all the reioilallial we ran gel, It heifer, 1 common lo good oirn, aiirllon, on rulunlar i.est, the entire atixli Mis lluchanan Clark had all of his hemp crop and a valuAnn PritiiAl.. nf llidlkPkt in ll fruuBlr.ariil Price Tbi I'lrui l of gootli Wlonglnf lo All. IVndlelon, von i aafe to nay lliit Warren haa lieen elecleil $20(23.S3: atockera, $2.2Jf1. 3.50. She able horse burned. Allot the barns were U wrIllbipruiiJ left for Woodford on Wednesday. iurwrtilU It ha UMn il a llartlnare, Uimmonwrillh'a Attorney by about 100 for veal calve are active and alrong, com will filling of Dry (loo.!, (Iio-rriru cMinru iviat, nrarij w, Misse Owley at Danville, to set on fire at about the same time, a all dsTtillDK. Join the In Mastaulrau foca built wi nion and largo bringing from 2J(" 4c; fair Hat, Ac Aucliun will roninienre at 10 or 12.1i majority. Our rrporl of the OrrharJ ttt Avie. pend the rest of the healed lerm. Per- could he seen burning at one lime. The in the muntle are aa follow : For lo good light, 41(""5J- -, ouio etra, SjOi'fic, I'autra an J nxvvr.ljilHnf water I ii'i lucL. haps will make a trip lo Niagara. Don't excitement In that section of the county, tiJn a Urija lol in tti baro-rar- j, I lllslxsrll . j4-lloyle, Hog Warren Lincoln, 267s Caey, for aome lime Itecclpla larger than tiuim uiy )cnHiiai yrvtf, rout Unit loneliness Ai.uhitOakm, who u niiiflrlril lal Ufl, and Wayne, IW. ' For Adam vl-a- n lay The auriulses at thaaatao (4,a or we understand, I intense, vim JUUttg iiifr ztf I'ula. pail, !hut buyer an taking hold rather may loo long, An naj luaa in his Ida la lrtui 11 im-i- i week fur carrying oonrcalnl wraK'ii', and hunt u Itebccca. MI-Fih II U,'iS, (larrard, 111: UockcailJe, 12, ami lowly, i'rirea range a follow: Selected and lies. Stewart are the c accomplished are, of couth-- , that Ihey were fired by In- liraa in jvunv .11 t,riuuisti:iuK so llms, SWSjillil ..lllDJu.frillJ lsl,, who kklpprd out, hai roiur hark and given suj cendiaries, and that they wero aome among ijniNuoti.sliniua-l(iirlt, fit). I tut aa ltiifwll U Democratic, common In gooil hiuiM-l- f teacher of the flourishing schools al Ihe numlier engaged In Ihe aflray on Mon- - bho.li, u Mieep, l jrrirtlul Y.mn, 4luUail-- liy uJ up to the ulUrer. lie aaya he it la mure than probable that our tiwit butcher, $1 a lust llmk, 4 mi packer, $1.50444 W, fair to gool uilxrd would Watt's Chawl and near the IV iwt. Mr. dav. Jsek, .2wt work Horses, 1 rvusg Msrf ssj llurte, nrrrr hate lift if he had hut from that county U Incorrect. a N11U IXittt, 4 or .M Arrr vt (.hid, UUO or w) elected light, $t.454 &"; common, $3.IK) Ihnrghl Mr. ldntlaton had leeu rrlrael Vic. Glass and Mrs. Maggie Glass, with a iuUlofAIWuis Wli.sl, rood for v.l, llslstk Pricea for (31.40; ilockera, $3.1K)0 4.23. tlOM.K ut llsjr, srilugl leiullr, lltfdMliutj iml Ktuhru from hi hond. auperb wardrolsr, are spending a healthful M.iiuii.iur.s. Furnilurs, At Tsruia ou ilay or uls. keep are raay, eicept for atocker, which Diiitlftfr. recreation with Mrs. Judge llurch. Utile . J. I.. TIII'IOIO.MS For 1'iiHce Judge, S Til K Town ltu-rII. T llltll, Awllvucer Stttrxrv Martin. On lb 5lli are active and firm. Common lo extra, .' Miss Mary Davis, of Georgetown, Is also trolll Mr.ltobl. Irvln will again havediarge H, Mrtr, haring no oppoaillon, wa alockera 231c. In.t.. at Mr. D. Martin', In Oil cotinlr. Iamb are 4c; llurch. Mlea Nannie of the Danville Publio School. Ill tote wa 17. There were Mr. Hubert Kwrtnry to Mi C1irtlle Ann little lower. Common lo choice, 3(J.Jc: llie guest o.' M. M, M. A club coiujuMeil of young Gllmorv, Sue Whitley, Anna and Mary four randldite fur Town Marhal. I. M. Marltn, both of Uncoln. CENRTAL onie extra, Sl3Jo r pound gron. Conner have returned men of Danville and vicinity will give a Owsley and KM I liner, preneul rneuiuhrnl, nveirol 121 At V. W. RlirtToN. ltoutitT home, return .Vuafveoii Monday evening, August voir', (lrorgeRlarieiilfr3t,T. V.lluglii Hoatiuan'a, in Uncoln county, on the Via 91b, at (lllcher'a Hotel, In honor of Ihe S, and H. D. Myera I.liuuhl Cull lift. llruiV majority In.t., Mr. Hillary (I. lloberli.of Itorkca-lisViiufruKiM' Jllll, , guest at Alum of the t'mei--Joiiriia- f A correspondent good rain. We have at last had nrer all, "II. lo Mr. Minnie hliellon. his Commences Tuesday, Au. 10, Mr. Oarsley Drain ha completed writing froui this place makes the follow. Corn waa needing It badly. 111 U4II oil grand Call TuMi.llT ItKl.llllOIS. iMivn.Mi ami Several of the boya of Ihl vicinity Ing complimentary mention ol tlilacounly : new cottage residence on the old Dudley : lain place al CraU Orchard rnng'. An "The people of 'Old Lincoln' are In a Hudson farm, near the Pair (Iruunds, and The KnglUh Mliwlonary, Dr. Parsons, seemed to l quite thirsty the day after cicurklon tralnwlll be run from Cincinit present a very cosy and home like and hi two servant, have Wen murderthe election. What could he Ihe mailer " Mat of exultation over th prospective nati, which will arrhe al the Kpringa at from Ihe pile. Mr. Ilrans I sliowiug which Ihelr county will present WL Mil. CALVIN GHAYBKAL ed at hiuldl. HAVI.SU MILIUM U UTADUhllUINT, Had Ihey been eating fih or what ? Hall will he glrrn tkiltr Waal tmr i 30IIIr. M. A lull-.lrtlloyle county will how gelling his farm In fin condition. in the next Iter. J, M, llruce closed hi ineellng Th meeting at Hrlglil ' rxhool-huuson l'Hti.anil a Maue and ranrytlrei VllUoalUM.ir lllNtlnnin.1 IKr-lli-- H luljr Near station on Ilia C. H. It, W., In SSI; Garrard, au increase of population of In (larrard counly, cloned Tuesday night with sixteen aJJI-liouI aujr lua(uoJJjrWulla. Ww wl OlatUui, Ky. Hall on lb VJOlli. wons. lum-mu- . Kirurilon train will al Freedom Church, niurr lUYi-u- ww Wedneiulay night IjI, Itobl. i) atftrrM Mui at altvluiwy COMPLETE STOCK with eight additions, There will be preaching Sunday 1,131; Madison, 2,313; total fur the tiller, Teunesace, 011 Krulis Ialrr, Ariuliunl 'rlwl,l,alu4un4 i iM-i-wi ur Kin lo Iht-M-) aa lo the lirl. will show an liven wa crushed between two rapidly-movin- g lrluK, luulltif, llanuM, Vltit, llujr i.,.(Vr. -- Her. It. I McFlroy.of JIImouiI, will evening al three o'clock. After preaching 1,330, Lincoln county alone f ttiWy HKi,baUaWi'-kai- l t b.a 11144. cars, and died In a few liuuri. Mr. A Snakk Kiorv. A aoii of Mr. John pleach at llie Presbyterian ihiirrh hero thou who confessed their faith In lh Increase of 4,030, her population In 1870 tftuomt IUV: tatiltsllwMiWMllW OlLMIIEKliANl) FALLS ! IJyer waa 11 native of Paikivllle, Ihl livuUalmiM ail lhtltfr being 10,917 and now 13,003. llright killed (garltr snake, tho ulherday, next Sunday at 11 u'clwk, l.or.1 will be baptlird, Slart-i- . Iluua, UuWilIaru Tuipi tU WITH AM WIIIUOV IUKIMS AMI UN1 MII.I.I.M-atVAIl'UIMI'.l'O.Sr material re- county, and whil Ulng brought toward lort,iiai lUVt The development of Ihe and on rutting Iter open found thlrtr-foultev. II C. Adam ha been ucnded tlfUlui, i'lMcb HwrH-t- ami lWJur Th Democrala mad a buhl fight I sui m Id teitiM liMWWf Mirr. 11 It ! w by the lluD'ilo Prcsbtlery for preaching Monday, (join didn't go to the poll at source of lh counly ha at least equaled hi home, died at the Junction. young snakr in her stomach, Is '"I Jul hksk, WsUluf llvrsr. uajslelb HiUte tuwiia lh blaster No oniiotitlon In anv of our counlv . lo'st'i hell-finpopulation. In 1870 the Ms, k rotiSMl dsily ruliarily of ihl rprtie of anake lo swal- again! the doctrine of II all, and a gooil many voted with llicir Re- the lnci(u f s4 Iloulse Abir lrwUMlila Itt murlst- - lb toult. lUsnt'sMl hudMU llliui, luiallrsluvlli I I. ILIt. .1 Ik.lWLlU! race caused a small Vol lo b lulled on UueJ Ulsv, itxk Kid. Mark Collin, of the ChrMIan publican brethren a nlc low It oung liiiiunllRlely oil lh approai h . as ls way lodoou hhrtin collected lax oil about $1,330,000. oy bsrifsi KuJilrr( I ana dill hhi, niuti wisr nwu iui l in.irvsMiritr stork. is mtttit MOIlUay, til luliuwing I iu ouicoiue : Hrrtaki ,,,111. M4 SI .H.T. ,WWUM, ,f moal4.. Ill, Iblr4 U, lie. ' r,su4IUusrrrlll,ke(s.Blrnli.arslrsi her Church, hai rhueil hi Hireling al MK'or th of danjer. The alarm over, h v of a Presidential election. Alt Thl. yrar he will rolled on about $3,000,-00L H alt. tut, III l,.ll si sll llw MslWuso i kiMm ! Is llUiis,4r ,s44iss UAUKk.M. iiirrlliig-huilM(he bhiiiiksge in value Is jryor, i,uu, Owslrv i,w, nrru, iu.o, When , having hat live k Mr. KIMiN M, uiunlh and lh llltl fellows run out as mack's such aro mmuiihy nf the name of j, i.uiiii'l', 'Luiu. , u- - i Mr. I. M. HkllL. mm' kmii ii.f considered, II rjn l safrly climated that A'dsui, VM-- ll.rl.uisu, i far Clerk; 1,07b, !lvly as If mitli.nK l'J hapwnrd. Vl ilnitnril vuiu '' ',l.v 3 8TANTOHD, WHEAT DRILLS O. THE "FARMERS' FRIEND" uley - Ijt la tho best; puts tho wheat in tho ground nnd does not has all tno latest improvements; has boon thoroughly tested. Call and sample. I also linndjo during tho seeding season a suitable lln.i I'lsUTIIilXIsIt VOlt WIIHAT! ltrr, ll CAItfE MILLS, CIDER MILLS. Ac, tr rh, Respectfully, GEO. WEAREN. s MM OPENING OF lt mm ivorriON5, iaj "lltt ni FURNISHING GOODS, mmniwfk HATS, fllj, tiiiIM hl jmMsx-mxs- li HOOTS, SHOES, rtl, $0. CARPETS, S;mAAr MATTING , (MrillN, At'.. 1. i'lPr ii ATTENTION! I'll M'ALISTER & LYTLE'S. lljir.i.eS.1 PUBLIC SALE lie .iAo..vjr.ri'. We respectfully call the of the citizens of this and ad joining counties to our mammoth stock, which lias been selected with ."Teat care to suit the wants la HEScjof our lame and rapidly increasmg' traue; anti, ueneving mai save you money on an average purchase, we ask one and all to call and examine our stock before buying elsewhere. KY. PAIR! McALISTELl & LYTLR ifiwii.m:, kv llli.ll imii:oii!iim.i To MILIjIltf ERS co,rir'in:H i'n;u iiayh, mr, ou l. ,,.' 8, le. ruit ii..s. Mgr. uKUjy lic inferior JournalJ!!ria.r:.i August 6, 1S80. bo'aitb'oiiu, icy, Friday MoralHg, a 1 tlrnrrnl Hnnrnrk't Dnnahlrr, I tl vS in mo memo iwii. j fmnocrm w. I'm d an intenstlng reminiscence of th. rcl)cllion from the pen of K. J. Max- well, who was an oinccr in me ccc- ond Arm Corps under General Han cock, lie writes as follows: The nomination of that mamficcnt N Infield H. Hancock, rcca la to my mind an incident connected with his celebrated campaign In the Wilderness, which made a atrong impression on me at the time, and which, f duubt not, I Indelibly stamped upon the memories of those who were spectators of the remarkable scene. It was after that week of terrible and bloody struggle, when, like two immense 1'ithons, the Federal and Confederate armies were interlocked each panting for the in a death-grip- , mastery over the other. The Army of the Potomac had commenced that grand movement by which the forces ot General Lee were gradually wasted and attenuated preparatory to tho final struggle at the gate of the Capital City. There hail been fighting and skirmishing all the way, cotahly at the crowing of tho North Anna, and at Coal Harbor. There the two armies once more broke away from each other and renewed the race for the Confederate stronghold at Kich-mooOn the evening of the Uitli of dune, the second Army Corps, with the imposing figure ot Hancock at his head, undislingaishable, indeed ( from the humblest soldier, except by his grand nnd heroic statue and bearing, crossed the James Hirer, near Petersburg. For two days and nights ihe weary veterans who followed the trefoil flag had tramped over lot and dusty highways, with eiuuty haversacks, thankful fur a stray ear of corn with which to appease their hunger. And yet there was not' a murmur, as at length they lay down, worn and wW.JU fHuuaJiWrlM. M' a.lvnneol t' ! "V"' Unlet' It was just tK mile nf Detroit that li,l t I lichfO n man enteral Ihp car, twit a feat, ' the firm of a woman slie roiiM not and devoted hi attention to the mornharo 1kii mure than a girl of righ- ing papers. After ft time the comliic- Iisr aiipwinicr, knwl- from ,, ,1C ,. i ,cr hand the for came nlong and touched Mm Kcnt. inj. the sliotiMer, hut without effect, Jlible, nml iho wm of-- V on lieMctotttil il, - nnor "Mm ho lapped the paenzrrn the .:.... HI' I'tMl H.IIWK 1 at Af. .rm.aiu. intra wm no rcponse, nnd n,m wcfe ,, , rU)u1 the official had to pcak. ng A0julnnt ie ( ,wiho aroM "Ticket, sir ?" ,1,0 bent tlotvn Uckonej ,0 lCrnn,l , . The traveler looked wearily up from i,t.Mwi ,,ii.incf in- her ,.. HKt iivmif nuiri-vu", his paper nnd said : car. Then the young girl turned to those ..,.1 . .i. tilv "I haven't any ticket." "Money, then J' said the conductor. inglng .hen ((J j()in ,, , ;8 Jll hsrttit , ,,.,1 liHrti jr-0, Agc,. j Then you must get off at the next ,, ,mvc ,;ne.( the iymB UBg tn, ..., i, ,,, ,, ... .i, The claims f Dr. 1'ngee for a remwould edy for curing Intcinperanr seem to lie justified, If wc may rely upon ns good authority as the Chicago evidence. Mr. Joseph Mcdill, tho editor, is asld to ho a stong indorser of tho new remedy) nnd fron the editorial commendations of it in the columns of the TVioime we conclude tho remedy has produced some benefit to the comiunity already. It Is claimed that the doctor has cured 28,000 persons of the worst form ot intemperance with it, nnd Itr. Viiiirr't tlirrfur imr. II II Hl'TS. TW h.w BOYLE CO. FARM F0I1 nHbl... I SAIE. BUILDERS, ATTENTION ! RlNHINNfiTI .nilTHERlV R.fl. ' itl prt. siiinfknl, Sir j,thHH, mMI, tMft. puriMMhwMrr.. Hww. hm WIlMt, it ..... 1144 Ids TSt jh Mjr. tSAittfe MI1M .S(SI0 .. -- r xatv rvm.... . .utiu augur- - Ftoir nuttrr ...- - ,110) Mral .UflNv-Uraw- rm SAIIM ci, TO l IWtrlo'ennte. on huh lea Istnonear with tho nereer eemiw rl.l.l. n.elMee-hoiiw- .. momnllooa ninllMlTHia. rnoil i.l rrorer ennlomenta. tin the plar. la an tlrrh- arhea a.IIJlKtloarln, Apple Trera, IroMre . To, ptrtlenlara- ,-. Ita.U ami a . rifl. Si.-.S.?!I I'll I M ..!... iweij ' ,..-jiT- al WMIOuir M.l.- -r. Slt, I b. larrrl K IrliMWitn. Pwt.imrif lUron.thmil.lrrt ll Vlnnnr Own, ivafi.ro IW HV .SXe W'rr" iM.lllr.ltl Mn III IH. "t erANIMRI . ",' "."' "nrnie, IWO-- '."' lie qrn.owiwaj.oT.TTV.'? I 1""'" "" .11 il L2.U .'.!?" ' '"" "IT'S.".'.!!.' no'Tl'il., IN .., .""lLr TIMB TAHIiK i a, fJ-".- 'SiSilSH " "" EFFECT MARCH Oth, 1080. THAI N.I Ndimi-NI- t HI" Km S II.OT llr Se fWI. rr lrrl SrNtrrrit .... MILL PROPERTY for SALE AU AIU r. Mill. properlT ronalBtlngete rrm Mlllen.1 rlrrnUrM iiilll. elluatnl on Mono lilrer, Ms mllra rrom Mnr. fnhnro, Tenn , ami 11 ntllro rrom NtfthrlU. a Throe mtlla are new an.1 IhroMthonlt alt run he r, .MM WBAB Ko. I H STATIIIN, Me. Chattanooga &...... .. " ltorre,.. . . .. ' i4lw. CI r " linkwonll (Vir.W.V I tfea.Amnn He SS S isiltlmvlUr Unl . , Hnf Ut. . but I shall never again hear ,l M " Taking the was sung that night. hand In mine, I immeAdjutant's diately saw that he was dead. I could not but be struck witli the strangeness of the circumstances which should find this young girl in the midst of such a swne. Away from homo and friends the only one of her sex nnd in such a place. The stench of the wounded and dying as they were brought in, the roaring nf the battle as it still raged furiously in frout all these were not tho natural surroundings of such as the. Surely such n woman must havo the sweetness and tenderness of an angel, with the heroism of a martyr and the heart of an oak. She was quietly covering the oor .features as I turned to ask a wounded ofliccr if he knew who this young girl was. "Yes," he said, promptly, "that lady is Miss Hancock, daughter of our commanding General." She had only And so It proved. lately arrived; but there is many a heart In this nation to to day above fwhicli was furled the red, white and blue badge of the Second Corjts which will throb with new enthusiasm at the mention of the namo of him who is the father of such a girl. Tho Chicago Tribune publishes the following highly drawn anecdote from "Kandom Hecollcctions of au Old Actor:' The juvenile leadiug lady, a good actress and a very pretty woman, by the way, and a young mother, was cast to play Juliet in "Komeo Her baby had been nnd Juliet." placed in her dressing room far security and to bo near tho mother. Hut just licfore the linlcony scene, the young tyrant became unruly and imWhat as to be possible to control. done? A mother's tact hit upon tho true soothing syrup. She nestled the infant to her breast, and from that moment the young villian Ik came silleing called, she lent as a mouse. d hastily mounted the rostrum that the supposed balcony, throwing a lace tcarf over her shoulder, which coucealed the little suckling, nud, Ieauini: over the balconv, with the other nrm pensively placed upon her check, she looked the picture of innocence and beauty. The scene open-e- n Hut, alas 1 aud went glowingly. Juliet has to appear aud disappear three times, aud in her effort to do so gracefully, and )et conceal the child, she stumbled against the iron brace that held up tho frail structure. Down fell ttm balcohy, and lo ! the love lorn maiden was discovered with n babe at her breast, seated on a tub, that served for a stool, nml at her foot, accidentally placed there by the thirsty carpenter, was a quart pot. Shrieks of laughter from all parts of the house greeted the tableau, aud ot the play uo more was heard that night station." "1 will," was the submissive nnd the conductor passed nlong. The train stopped at the next station, started again, nnd was howling at twenty miles an hour, when the conductor again camo through and saw the traveler on the same seat as before. "I told you to get out nf this car," he said, somewhat sternly. the dirt covered that kills the disease and Inclination to drink at one nnd tho same - M.I Wbral, ml . Own.. Whm.whlir ... ..... Uirllltjtn Mi- lWhile Murir fl$i)l0)fft Itrown ftnpr Fs. rkrar.pr - 9 ilr llutlrr . OtSVr fl!7 ..Hal tior DUCT'S ... IDIM, 7 l I. 1170 -- We M ronrenleot la ftuttel an-- l rallwetU. i.,:w.rfr.i sTt m lan.l, fmxl nelihtmra and overfilling thai rnnM no dealrnt. Will erll Ihe mllle or eirhaoro a teal eauteln Kenlnrkr or Tenneoww AJire-a- , Aim lhtl IIMf felloalWme f.ir a MOI In IheMnnth. (Blithe year rooo.li tine of laflllne neiir N. I- lolnl llutn.l.lo " Hoinrrorl w. Itunoan-- ' rHaore .. ITlllWOoil . ISiMlwrlan.1 Jullrt nml llrr llaliv. "You did." "Why didn't you do it r" "I did." "And then got in again ?" "I did." "Now look here, my friend, I don't want any more of this nonsense. Get out of this car at the next station and stay out. You hear meF Again the train stopped aud again it started, and again, but in another car, the conductor found the selfsame traveler, as calm as a June morning. "You here again ?" he asked. "Yes." "Didn't I tell you to get nfl" this train and stay ofl T" "No." "I did." "No; you told me to get out of tha car nud stay out, and I did." "Now, my friend," said the conductor, "listen to me, and mind you do just what I tell you. At the next station you get ofl this train aud stay ofl. Do just as I tell yon or you will get into trouble." "Agreed," said the traveler, ami the conductor passed on. Again tho train stopped and started, and again the traveler turned up on the train. The conductor was just reaching for the bell rope to stop the traiu and eject him summarily, when the traveler stayed his hand. "I obejed orders," he said. "You told me to do just as you ordered. I got out and stayed out until you said 'All aboard!' Then I got alioard, for I didu't want to get into trouble you know." The conductor gave him his baud, and it was noticed that later in the day they ate together in the dining- Hoston Tran car, aud ate heartily. script. A Trramiirr lltiioii. The removal of tho Uurcnu of and Printing, at Washington, to n building half a mile from the Treasury has made it necessary to provide new arrangements fur the transfer of money and bonds between the two establishments. The depart ment his had constructed a heavy, wagon, a sort of vault on wheels, built of iron and steel, and arranged internally like n Kink vault with a sheet iron lining. The doors van-lik- e lime. Itemedy : Take one pound of best, fresh, quill red Peruvian bark, powder it, and soak it ono pint of diluted alcohol. Afterward straiu and evapDirecorate It down to half a pint. tions for its use . Doso a teapoonful every three hours the first and second day, and occasionally moisten the, It act (ongue lctwccn tho doses. like quinine, aud the patient can tell by a headacho if ho Is getting too much. The third day take as preto one-hal- l vious, but reduce tho Afterward reduce the teaspoonful. dose to fifteen drops, and then down to ten, and then down to five drops. To make a cure, it takes from fivo to fifteen days, and in extreme cases thirty days. Seven days are about the average In which n cure can lo effected. Ce ihouMrn ... . UrJ M Wheal, red JViv Bje .... Sr , Paeon, liilrhnintl. Corn nron,e!rr Mes.S)(e rioHr.irlA.l. ...UsilT Wheat, chile . ileoll IV IVS J" . . - r.WIMI, Initial lite. Hj, WD "APOLLO YOKE" Dantllht Jantlron S . . Iianilllo. Harroit-lMit- s J.nrtUm I llhjh IlilleoS Mrho1a.vllle..nM llln,-lon- ... ,.. .... ... m. . ... 10 IM IS I II II " " ll" III " S M l Oala rr. ltr. WhlteSi(tr . T e Duller lonre tlliSllS Oalt. K.UaiOV RKurnSufir UIIRCII . 1I0JJ L7t .S.mOr Flouring Mill and Distillery Location For Sale. I SHIRTS no Ot 4th li tlenryetoon It llliamatown Walhxu. Arr. Ilnrlnoall I. TIIAINH .... , III" ill III IU SSI I Strcat, IM)HTI.ltlXr. KtirrM Atroiw'ii ' M ant' 4 m nrt III " M M m 10 it . Straiu cti known de f KTI.O.)HT, SOUTH -- RT.e). K. Pmn, rt- Ptitm MfllnrtTs,tinliv nlfhti. HuiUt Bcfiisnl fturrlnlPfiJ(nl. A. H. J. rt. ?)m Il tl Wotmn'i Mfmlnnarj JWlctr mrvta hrn on th!i rMiiriMr m wen inontn. a. a ocmi. mt, j i. lHlTlr, IVitor. (trrtlm J. M. B AfTtaT-I- Ur. anl frtnirlh liairK,A nlrw-.lt-luorntnf KutvlATi. BhmtHl nistht. I'TitM ? tmt afir auri a tiJ rat. llKITIAN. n iummi. iunottr prnoiH ai rsr a, m. iu i iuhtdv, 'snlilp!.T lh nmitC7itlifi Uat a. t Hm attJ TlsirJ IrJ'a IHrtutihl ttuolir amj X Ion tttttvUr cuvrlaifnJtni. nif an tMHiTllUoloo - Xa Wat or. Un at riO. John W lUul. lrajr Mrtllng WsMrifa- .J an J lVartt. Sun-. 1)KMItTRIAX.MiRTI!-ltir- HT. uaji, mornisiKami ni(a, exhausted, behinJ the hasty earth-- 1 works which they were cautioned to For throw up witli their bayonets. the enemy was in their front, and in the dawn of the morning hundreds upon hundred of these poor fellows would awaken only to enter upon that long and undisturbed sleep of death. They ,kuew this, and jet no heart They flinched, no muscle quivered. were with Hancock, and he had never yet deserted them or led tbem to defeat. And so they went quickly to sleep, and not even tht glimmer of a light gave warning to the foe of that silent bivouac. lxmg ere the first glimmer of day the gallant t Second Corps had been awakened from tlieir slumbers and drawn up in lino of battle in front of their works. Not a man then but knew what wiu before him. Scarcely had the first faint trace of light began to color the atmosphere when a hoarse and sullen boom from the Confederate line gave the signal tor corumeuce incut of the bloody rirnival which was to redden the memorable day. I do not propose to ccter into the de tails of this struggle. Pot u man in Corjw hut had the whole Clover-lea- f opportunity of lieholdiug hi com manding General repeatedly during He was among them tho contest. aud of them, sharing their perils and thjirwork throughout tho entire day. Iffflir vf 8intiin JflM-A- . At the close of the afternoon, just as I Some time ago we remarked that was assisting in a movement by which of good qualthe line oi battle was to be relieved, au acre of swamp muck was actually I was struck hy a piece of shell, ity, three feet deep, No doubt such a hich had spent its force, and caused worth $25,000. So was the only a flesh wound. Hut it bled pro- statement is surprising. of Kugland, fusely, and about dusk I found my statement of Dr. Lanes, of bran fed to cows returnway to the, field hospital in. tho rear. that a ton ed more than it ciut in manure. The surgeons, ambulance, corps' and all the paraphernalia, of tho hospital Swamp inuck, freo from sand, conhad taken quarters in a deserted tains two per cent or forty pounds of building which had been the residence nitrogen in a tJii. Nitrogen is worth e cents per of if tobacco planter. Ity the time I in the market twenty-fivreached the house the wounded were pound, so that a ton of swamp muck i nrtnnllv uorth 10 for the uitroiren lieiug brought in from all directions, is needed is to work some on stretchers, muuy of them on iu it. All that tl, murk,, .t, a, to make tho foot. Many more were on .their way, un ...V ..-- and frequently when the ambulance nitrogeu available. An acre of nv,ai.ip lec coutaiut 2,500 or stretcher reached the hospital the muck three fwt Jn... n...l nnnl.l . utileA oi rwlit mnn Iht In v," """"'; was taken out dead. l,"',n"" "uum iwr occupant .- -. !n draw out. at ten hJadsnday. ....i iiiLiti nu uiuaui auii iitii'icvn.tv.i realize the value of the fertifillinc the air all about we. Tho ter persons matones lising elements oi common waste rible stench of the unfortunate which lie under their feet, urn! who were undergoing operations was ters, innumerable tons of matter that enough to sicken the stoutest heart. the came the most may be available for fertilising purpoFrom the lips of many much of the idle and horrible oaths aud imjire calions. .Men ses, and that And such a neglected material represent a vast were dylug all around. wealth.--America- n Agrl- death I All the availablo space in amount tit LUItUltBl. the yard was thus used. It was a What a scene to beggar description. W says: "The Ue. The lioaton subject that would have been for a i.ublliaus do not know what they nre aud confused mm,.,, ttinllt ui,.,. i,ev av (leuoml lloiwrth! itewilik-rcwith the horrible sight I witnessed, I iT.ncock fc nut B statMinuu. Ihwilo entered the main building and passed ,lty kn(m 10isu'i? Kiattsiueu are into the large front room. As I did ,lot manufactured; they nre born, and so a strange spectacle met my gare. General Hancock has given the strong- There were half a dozen cots coutaln ireiumitive cviJciu-- tlmt he po- Ing the forms of wouuded wen, but tttfm (l0 ,jUalitiea that diatinguUh there must have been a score or more, telll o tl0 cutrory, Uarfield's of other soldiers prostrate on the .evflli,eil -years of kervice have luov-- ! lloor, or flnding other su)ort. The j ,ial )ie u 01ly tt 1K,lUl3iitii surgeous, with their swiatants and nt- Little llobliy oaiuo houit) with his teDdauti were moviuir 'dw"' hither tud thither, luakitig hurried luipec- - new hut lnui us a dish cloth. "For ur goodness .ake!'' crietl his mother, tlous, and the lij;lit fell from i V llohhjr three laaiiw mwn the weiie it jne "where Imve you a lurid sight. l'joii iu of, .onto linnjr s he replied, A fel- the urostrate flsure of u ler threw my hat iuto the frog llootl., the tots Union officer. Utwu Inquiry I karu- - "Oh, Ituhby I" exclaimed his sister, that be was a uesr aud dear "rou threw It In yourself. 1 saw you do III" "Well," Mid Ilobby, 0011. Jrived, the AdjuUutof therilxty-thir- d hnt lmptoniiilv, "alnt I a feller i hml Ve.fV, nml t.....ir... """" " jt tn lv tl Kr lht ln r SPRING AND FARM WAGONS. ! young preacher. "Ye see, parson," was tho reply, "I haven't a fair a ym:y ov ixaiiuuu: iainfcNrr, Largs fTUlil chance at them sermons of yours. Yard aittl tv W, V liAiaaey, on Main aires. I. INsMra REPAIRING & TAINTING tianJrn.riHililiiIngTwro Arrca. old man now, ami have to set Ion Kltrn Kt?flrl4r A til IMO, AtlJrnu ma at I'm an L, hfavoosMnl, or J. N. Clorlnnall, U.rara J. IKlNi: UN MHII1T MITII I. AMI pretty well back by tho stove; aud Craft., JManowrJ, Kr, there's old Miss Smithie, WidderTaff, Ill-N- T Drtrrtlve Oiitirlltrtl. STVI.r. ktWti, IN T1IK Vr.ItY aTAIst HsLtl The following story Is almost too 'n Hylan's darters, 'n Nabby Birt, 'u ta lllllini 7. rel. Msj sJUeJ rat all the rest setting in front of me with M good to Iw true : w tu lite, au aybM, Mj A certain railway company sus- their mouths wide open, a swnllenn rs)t traiibej whrMnlUt otik I WAHKANT ALL NEW WOUK rHEQUEHT fUF.CHA.ES AUD CRAKCIS. - f U.kli u. Ums cfetUfM pected that they were being dctrauded down all tho best of the sermon, 'n W rtvdwte lfMUl m. TWSLTK MOkTtta ll by passengers traveling without tick- what gets down to me is putty poor Dr.r.A.LO0UI3tCa, OUAltANTKH Vull UATlMh'AUTIUM ets, so a detective was sent to travel stuff, parson, putty poor stuff." CourtafJoHnial LOUISVIUsK, KV. ou tho trains. One day he heard a Fannie Boos, s pretty but thievish in atL ur arraiKiaa,. (k tV. .Ua kkwaLiuL U Usm i ru AsrW.-- . passenger remark that it was very . Now as Complete as any PrintrH liriRT young woman, was tiiscnargeit irom t4TW. UUl iMa .puisUDr FOIL U ftJtttati-stlorfUrUf eay t' '"'" Ity'0" '" Moorefield custody ut Paducah, Ky, Within , SfSilK anj Yl.llY lilU ptlna. nir lil.rue.tall ing Establishment Outside mo tieiectlve block of the jail she met .lohn Ma- wttiiout a ticKct. Ibu'l fall lllill. MIIH.IMI a r watched his man closely, aud was sur- thias, t.tglre mei trial a respectable farmer whu was of the Largo Cities, prised to find him hand a proper tickr l. I'. IISII. visiting the city. Their acquaintance et tu the conductor. began on the rpot, and before night Hntering into conversation with the they mere married. In addition to passenger, the detective said : DKAI.MMIN the usual ceremony, the bride took n Fricos for Work aro as Low "I should like to know your plan solemn oath of reformation. for traveling nithout a ticdet, as I Staple & Fancy Groceries, South Siilo Main Btrcot. First Door ail iu Cincinnati or furtuuu hunter Au impecunious am a frequent traveler, aud I don't Dolow St. Asaph Uotol, been accepted by au heiress, Louisvillo ! miud giving you a dollar for the tip." having M't.Mdlll), "Done I" said the man, ami after at tho wedding, when that ttortion of reached where the he pocketed the bill, he remarket! the ceremony was Keeia alvava on hanj . (oil aw ply oT nil the "With (juielly : "When 1 want to travel bridegroom asjs, worldly goods I theo endow," a spitewithout a ticket I walk." Staple & Fancy (Jrocerles, LAWHUMMIUlUa, ful relative of the brido exclaimed: UATAUM1UM, MIUTANIU'JtO VISIONS. ClltCUlltS AND PROVISIONS. Meditate long, meditate humbly on "There goes his valise I" 1'iuKir.AMUw, ititrta-t- . mnm, ALSO, what it is to have a Creator, and, AIAII.- fact that a It Is a C'lltiCKH, IUIU1.1, TAU1, tNVtUirW, comfort will conio ut last. If broad Boots, Shoes, llnU. Caps, Staple Dry healthy man requires about a pint ot LLTTI.lt lIUiUM, NOTi: IICA1U, HI I.I. IIVUI'.", daylight ehould never lie jours on KeaJy-m.idFISH, OYSTERS AND GAME Goods. Notions, Gents air at a breath; that he breathes about hUHItlWAK. UTATFJItSTa, llKTMl-lr'I'1" side the grave, bo uill hold your Clothing, Pocket and Tablo Cut1,000 times an hour, and tlint, as a WlTNtlillLUTinCAlM.UfNIW, IKTIIr.mtr.AMS ' ' I'1" twilight that they shall matter beyond dispute, he requires lery, Quoens- - aud Glassware. WLimiNII INVITATIONH, uot stumble, and at lait, with all the Tobaa-- aud Cigars of all hogsheads of air In alwut . HWMIAliXUTll'US, more love, und all the inorospccd us kind, Powder, Shot, r lours. twenty-fouWlllulxt do all klmN uf woi k In I In- -e- .'U'..im)..-. Wf" ,ie wi" f"11' you t0 nl ,,Oo0nl ' ivooi.i: imunn, "Dr. Tanner's experiment," sa)s who is himself the Light Ktcnial, 'I In and Woodenwarci tho Tuuuloii 7u:WO, "is uot new. It SADDLERY & HARNESS I. 1r.. n uutt l.a Jkivuiuti aat. V uv i... ji . . I. Iiaaii fnaliul la lis I lol (if llllKiS lV i...r "HViiewH wo .wa ci..m An.1 luiofbllitr uwlul rtUlrt Uu IrwJIwuduiucu It Ut) UVVII il(V"l IIIU'MUH- j ii wbuit Hun. una Lour Prions and iu 000,000 gallons of milk are annually the gullilile etlltor li' wishes to pubmade into cheese iu Kuulaud, aud lish of Work Lo west Fossiblo a paper in a one page Into butter. The 550,000,000 gallons I will Uka IVuutry I'rlucf In rtliam Ut yoola town." atuiirket lUA. quantity oi tho former product wado I bawlatwt-Isrtttrt lltM.MIi, aklii,f. r comi-- LI3STE. Of tho Hherills of au4 Ualuwlagtiiuia, Ut II J fail, ail Iu all lUaw is 120,000 tons, and of tha Utter, ties of West Virginia, not ono Is A Cull whoa In nood of anything In .,.r.LT.:.teua.,X7r; 80,283. RopulrlnK Douo With lUrtIu ...... i fur taxes fur 1878 uud 18711. All vi "" n.... ...ill vuiiuii.v , ,.r '"" "m tom ami lliatk llirio. on. aui all, steal aua waall. cheerless days Blcepleiu nights and NoatuoflS 6c Dlspatoli. Willi I bamvvl iWlr btwiirjr Iu large auJ It wai nut to under ICepuhlican rule. tlio truth of tho abovo. uullijuaullllia. I trtl I but umiii tiit lit no an will bo prevented If you use Dr. iiwrwgiii tuao iumii. Amr vakul uivra iliaukalubijr luaur lilrbUaauJ aiivb tu Ibtlr A woman cannot become il success- Hull's llaby Syrup to iuduce sleep aud V.I.TO.V, me l nuiufhira fuiuiuudiuv lLai auiJ lu Ilaby. I'rice W) ful lawyer, Hhe Is toj fond of giv- - Corner of Main and Lansuitor Hts., aaiur, au4 tjr Uir IbwUtiuauJabliuaii rbra, J Uv WA 171 ON, Jr., riutrUUr. com.xwure for the Ibat ianiuil ) alkiasfir M. II, .I.MOUla. Kontuoky. without pav. Stanford, uji her option 'cnt. are fastened with tremendous bolts, and the locks are of the combination order. The body of the vehicle is painted an olive color with gilt orua mentation. When drawn through the streets by two immense horses it attracts considerable attention, especially as it is always accompanied by five armed agents of the Treasury Department, two guarding tho front and three the rear. tto Onorrar, j Mill, livrluallis. l"nJny If M ATTORNEYS AT LAW, mi MsMitita, y niais, ius)'M.rem. Ho is well educated, nnd is capable Thrro NM4.tb, Wy mMt, ulM ... &; & NASHVILLE LOUISVILLE NTANPflltll, of meeting all the responsibilities of WKKKI.Y KtUTTOy On ropy, ooa jar, fI " atl.l. .. the Presidential office nith honor to OSrtoterMtAIUIrrA Ljlle'l Store. RAILROAD LINE. CAMI'AK.N P.TM im WKrKLY i himself nnd his country. All of his To.1ul of 10 or Mate. ono. jrar. S. MYKILS, MM TKA1N.4 IIDIMI MIRTH. SI fS rr ror official orders have been remarkably O M r .opT It'i wontha,piiatttt per r rr j Tlree monlha, pjs'patt well written; and his very able letters "i.li Aptlll, ISM. are based upon sound principles. He ATTORNEY AT LAW, .. 3VI . IS HI a na Lf III. makes no blunders, but is a safe lead' SS ,. lAneoktot II Kl'AM'Oltl), KV. ISV " Sne im I IJ.lool er tu follow. The attempt of the I rabttrraarJ HwtfoapH.lS'.aM ST,l.FOIII, KV., I ru (tare with JaJce Thllli la Ihe 111 pH .. MaelieJ Republicans to create tho belief that square. " Phellie tile ... I IM - ,ao lun.nleJoo.ttea HAS HAD IK YEARS EXPERIENCE he docs not write his onn letters and - III I " MlUh.ll.Wotl III WAI.IjtCEK.VARXO!C. ' S " Utanoa I. It T. W.VARSON. orders has Mien to the ground. " New lla.ea. Slot " I IS " ' IU - IW I. the lmftnrw, ..4 tei eooS4el IS it hr Ar l.hua J.Mlfea T. W. A V. K. VAK.NON. would be very difficult for him to - mi au " llml.i..ilJ.o.ilMi ..... la I V " tSSS loaL.tllo. fiud auy anyjene who could do this lilVK ILMIUK S.ll IM'.HTIOX. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, work so well as ho can do it himself. Tr.tIN9lllllHHHTII. d convictions i While he has iMIIf .VIJiKlNlrfOr- ) nt.e.oa. and has much of the firmness of An-- l ooremtiori9.u.to. A4lll. Iva). Warner's Sals Kitfitei an, Uier C&rr. drew Jackson, he is wise enough to IU pMV pAi fwionr TimnAHeriw.! trs 'I l.r IntaaSaU DONE,' - Hit aVJHi 111 MttF A TMftiUt NYTMflUt. LADIES' AND MEN'8 WOBK irAklltrbarJ TM O AM. M. JlUHnBTT, IllSVSaaaSaa.. rsMMSjaSJJl I IIISS W ST fSrtSMI I IVlDplML.. ! consult with friends, to compare opin' IUi tlatoa,Nnil Al.ls Klstwf. Utrr. mmi Af lAtMttt air vswrnssswask, vriowssr . ions and to act with proper delibcra KUhiwst!... L ATTORNEY AT LAW, rtimtstiistH U ttw titf hMi onlf r (n proaf Ar Or lh tealCRlerHf 9. Hut among all his counselors, tion. R.rnlrluE Neotlr nuit Prouiptljr XfFnritK- - rr ftf - ls.sWlr. fUl fer WAV iiJi.i,.M.t ur'mKmf Il.l4f- t wrr. SIT. V11KNON. ICY . Prlrea low. in war or peace, no one presents more ttiArur trur ell lor Utftrnvr'B Hmfm thr4hi llrshla aM Ultnr Ta IJHW IWk. MttlJk, MMlfMsaff r views and principles J LlrccCMrr. n4htWU-M.i- . la Korhrattle and Will prarllce hla WARNER'S SAFE BITTERS. oiijoimos rouniiea ana in me touri ot Appeair, founded in solid truths than those Special attention siren to rollertlone. MimaUlr ItH tlibfl lIltMMt lnrin-r,iH- l tTw-trnc4nM. to mfr tsosUifalol sruon. mi4 EMIQKANTS, TAHK NOTICKI which he himself so calmly ami clt-a- r U tbu A .n"l.l in tUl sllmjsi. bim! rtb ffhln Il JAa, B. Pl'.tiar. CIIAS. A. HARDIN. ThlaroateUo.rr ivl inacMtaM. (!! crMirwr.tln inclu(.tta( Canrtn, LI brings forward." ly avixl rtbrr war". 1IAKDIX A IUWI.A1', IbvMtoisTUtw-N- , 1COO Mile. Shorlaat to To. no. 19 p!-!- . IHftlMrwM, fwMSjIIIMllsMt. Wiisnmf IrfcH Itats are ATTORNEYS AT LAW, IUts vs. Lmcce3b. tlllirf-t- . lly.iHc rvniifxl by llu TlMetnMhe..Hker atol ralea looer tba. t aat Bttnni(i) toti ptiiaarui1 rj ur u til. I.VIVV1XTI2. ICY very destructive to young chickons, JJulUe oi iwu a. w , ncs, Oor. Ami otkeeroote. ItlaaHulbo Wo hare luruieJ a reltnerllilp lor the pracllre ol WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE and every ono wants to know what law In tholourtaof'IhirleathllnlheCiMirlor Ap U Qnlrklr M fUrtt in tbf wnvrlpf . ll'K'KI3sT, CUIMI'IIST AMI IIKST peal,. lr llanlln will aire Mnl attention to the M AvwrMlftl.. fcwwitM rtir) llralnrb method ot warfare is most destructive raaroln the liujlo (tourta. We eoliril a aharo or n OQVoorrr HarrU, liurham J public patronage y firt-ss-jinabtpu irlitrnrrt.strfls-lrtllu- Ibole lo all .II. I.. Mlil. KiaaH, Ullnola. dnm.. ttrtokaojo, AtkaawM. to rats, Skillful trapping is effective, UunlapV In.llaaa, Iowa, Nrlao-SaHAl:;IN A Iil'.N!l su4 i 4Jter rftuam. k. mi.UI ttalf eae rnaaaw to f blra, M ImiI. bI laM. avtt It U to utl lurru) tit. Imuir ndth utUtn. but very slow. Cats and terriers do I oe lalauatloi. atwat 1 If keta to lla. ekaila. a. aa. rrvH. It itTrr Im sjf Urattiksnr. au, (Uoraao, aa4 Ijolarant lUlea ta IVataa. Ar. haHttr UtMsnls. nirJI good work often, but not every one T KK F. HUFFMAN, laaaaa, leaaa,Ae, eJJr. ItottUaoftwaieitM pr.ftatr. and fl.00. C 1. ATkllllU:, tieaL ujllilll All., . WARNER'S SAFE PILLS has this remedy nt hand. A good l.aiUtllla fi'f A Otl". 1. A.TUO.r, Aaal, f Mmii Art An UumHUM rt ivrtlv SURGEON DENTIST, StaaiueJ, Kr- way to treat the varmints, is to spread awaVSaSSt BliaawU fVsr111) , IS' ' IC V. rtvs, MUkft, ImshUI HTA Hd Ml 4fM a slice of bread with a good coating ha um 4 w hi'M. tr Its houtb aUo lefWfiatwC iMtwtr?.l of powdered arsenic, and cover tli Offieo Mfere Uotel. Main fctrecl. two Joora above (ATIIIKOLU MTAMUir IIAMI A lK!iH. o-tho i i i" MlMl1llrtwlk witli a generous spreading of butter. rureNltrona OaUe Uae aJuilnUtm-- 1 whrn re qalnat. CHESAPEflKAJlHID small pieces, an Cut tho delicacy into l kaaMkltarea. $13 rue a -- , 1 I U Bsitwl inch square or so, and, removing a 1 &MOI.(.AX, Kt UTUAINH IUS ANU tX)NNMT H.H.Wamer&Co., At Ml.lJr.H floor board from the barn or poultry M. T. ROCHUITEK. AM' m:ai.u: is where chick house, deposit the bait No. I Nt l fcIW rtatvM krl.jj i wj'mnym t, ttlHTWAUU. OK TWKNTV tl f a4aa.kalW, ILits A rnA.TITK.NKU i)uallfinllon, ivm MCA US ens, cats, and does don't go. with a lawful to mnU tM praillce. lie will atlMitl varli a will find them, aud tho dose keeps Csvurtal LatMas.icr.anJ rruialauna rk. unlf latallti IthlsMMHj tW I M II t. i M l)u l.tmluittfllli l.baiKn( t'tsliiialrla, Jlualont Ml, Af. iVn-II 10 tw t U t. in Kx. good for months. " t1l.YkllMllH Wa. II 19 1 im lluuiua In Will Cralf'aroUaicc, tlilnl reUf Ha ist ' HI an , . la M Hut el. Main Hi, bUad.rJ, Ky I II M abofaMl. " htUlStwMll'aV ft M Ml I tuo-lhi "Well, Tather Brown, how did you ls?e M WbH Autflsur 7 91 r 4 ft W JOURNAL " lllttlMl ...i THE INTERIUR li II r. a m m II like my sermon yesterday?'' asked a The Hartford (Conn.) J7irs draws this truthful picture of Gen. Hancock: "Ocn. Hancock has on all occasions shown himself to lie a man of clear, good judgment, ns well as firmness. a. lh Itulhlo MllL Mal.1 Mill U In pfl ntnnlnitor'lfr, wtlh tworurn f I.IWt Imrra, with all tha tMrrwarr lrHpfofHl I ItvornfltHi U ll'.iW Inrhra, ftn- -l a Wf, iihl thjn-- i hatvJiiMhatl thr7llnlfr throlll ti-- l alM ml In, lr lmtrTH nw rorrrnor tt tha ilt rt romi'Idr, rhimiifj flrlrlM Kf nhftt-lfwInn. iie.1 water liiIW4llMlialrSWt, tb llarvrwk arnnRw'titsMit. ImitWator, rvroiahMc, htilnt nn tha thahot.-atir- r hUrlniiatvTheralaalsfMl i Arm 111 - altualml, o( Lan.l m. whUh aaM with ft nM an! all tttrtimrf uunVlt,in fitftatiVItwtlllnt. a 1 clstutnst attal t M Mnl Praira, nlrt lo of Tour wlnl ttnU frrra, Af halsl Mill latvliaivl U wrll UlntlM ralhtl anil fail If arrantitsl hr itknhnt work, Mrh la svtMt nf III lMl (WmrM. rtj tnmvllel hv t pflnln IVaintl krnturkTt atUJ.I iMit4he rwtitnl an in aaaltMfKtinrvitf wilr all lb tmAlistj loam ot 4iatlllln efniaprrlorqwalllT pnrfw-rIt Ulnsi f t?rr rvM iiHlrlnr, It ! utt tonUtsllf wiavMhalVntaltMattaAahora iHtllllorj' I wiiitwiiaaM ti- of any raparllT.ln in Mai will Hie wit tht Itwirinsx marriv all a rhlnrtr an.JMlrtsl I will win aalt arvr wiusiisins I -In atvl aell at MirtsivaM. ir Can ft At y mrata to .lt jHtrthaarr tisrf rMhna furasMllrWE CrtfitrumlafrrJ till, lor nrnlrril(nrl or tl rHtlhr ilrvwi nv at i"ianarii, utvwin mi., kt OrTIH roil BAI.H, PIIIVATEI.V. MY I lourln Mill, llnilwl ttrar Cunft.tJ, j, bMinfir.lanl IIatiTll trpilla m.l,anl liOITISVILLE. -- TI-IE3- UTATIIIhS Slall Mall L?. CliHlnnall -' " I MllllaniBtnan Wtllon ... 11 Itonfirtawa loOlUtttsefll 4 - is Tim ... ' MtiwUwfllio.. .. .. lllH I'IP1JT H .. tion llirrontltlf Jaw lhiaUU ..- -. JahrltonA... MtklnnrT .,Her lhihtM)o Ihiltsxad nieSSSI r.M"" i 11 IT I I Iff I it it in ' it ii 1 i t i " i 'W f 4i T :. nnn PAFKK FOR THE FEOrLE. 4itilntn ilir ttral Irom nil rnrlw T llif Hrll, villli mImn hit lnrritinllnii timn nil 4itrnlliiwiiirflirinx. n NrwaCoMlsinallan Tho t wmMtrrlal baa that lstroMMara tttr wrkl, wllh lesfrs.bir Cut yt far It. mlvauro tsf nj n Inlbr rHtlh .Milt I la lane llflo ot froa lehl Itiiisalrhra aiwl f)Mial trUfxraMM atvl a rtll aivt . fllfta, Hr)arior an. Iktr alttomrrMtftf M'twilal will irlraftH Iho nawi ot tho workl totviMHIr attJ ftrntratolv arstl In ttsHi hiioaa will of tho tl riuliN HtTatira tw korn wIIa-roa- t rhrvnlaHag taflt atthar arnJofTUtrl and oihla- ir and itHtiionttr. ixian woowani Iho nowidurlnttlleo I'mltWnllalraMi'alcns wakh IMttlirM to w tho xtm ttUfrnllnf W hMBjr yoarp. - at llNtiwMo.. " tmilsrtUnt - tt.Hwo.-- l . I VI U.NkOma.1 H1..MMM. ilthmf,. .... tw n 17 W 4. lf Tr Arr Clia!lanMft. NoMt U.anVlk.C ) IU)tO tltr.. - t.tS.fTr. ....,. ..... -, .. ., . . IM I lift tl ha 4 Hon for Iho I.A wllh IHtor lUlJiro. orhf. Hf llarrvl (wff III ir 4 Hrw ' aHn I. V. trwi.ihM with II. ilhtrttf( llnra all onrf. ik) toonrrt. IVrj.tkt-M-a "Moal alallona. (I) (Vonrtla with all (I) I.Uis.IhI t miirttlt hrnlotky It Ha. IL Psssnlheoa-- I tslllflh4sot. and t HkoJinftrr Train I 1 anil takrrapi-rra- t lo.Hk--l train at Imncan. train tHrraktatt ltsilhwrl all rsorrsHKnAi.. J. S. A II W. IIOCKKU, or inoi Ihroothlkkrla- - Nofth. otlh. Ut ami Wfal hr Mkat MttMlMalhsnaotillno. II UlV t S. tlrol Thkrt Atl SAUL WIHlllW tun. P.wrlteo.lrnl. I L.A.WILLSON HOOT DAILY KIHTIIIN. in yrtf, hr twatl. nt.irM ... ,.., . ln nMi'..si:i tisii:. IV. SIIO i: ;Mm A I33I3EI. .YMiiUiU hrd "r If NTANrlll, itv. 0. .... r r.u.Ki: vxus D. F. BASH, tty rt .f ... itimiia !.!. DENTIST, MANUFACTURER ! L ITfTMRKa lAlClClAtJlvS, KIKatII.S. !. FOR japE3TffT shsssaftiottl Vt aMoWej tlSVSB) M fiMswtm IVUtnfVI HwW IhtsM- " t liar lt.la, llunllBiHirti ..., , 4 ft JOB " IWlMltsMltl. (Ml) " . . t Ma ta I II ah .. tUlly . C ) im IM 7U 'ift Ui I an m s im wa a ih ut DKPARTiMKNT, 1i. I MttllleMTM Jit. Itir ll(iaiin1l(Hi. Hlrkwun.1 U1 StUSMlM lvt Stt imiHtit iIunIjt tiiutur l.sm blx.ru. lrUi MMUn4 Mall fr..isiVa.lilnf I toanirlt rlsskv at llwiiuftatlll llh N fr lUftliDgiuu, wllh iliilr Car rnHuWaililnKlbn UV hlla tulliur. ruaa Uallr anJ itwiiirria at Ni. 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