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'i' isu aim taofilhe J M., .I1M I iiMOrf, Ono(jr,li jf M The Interior Jo urn at VOLUiMK IX.-NUA1H- Slic Alienor Journal RATES OF ADVERTISING, -- J, On Two- IntTfrriorUnhri uuiuoiiorrici: is coI'm:ti: enl ' J" i'sit la ei tuiWrl ih lei the Mate. 111 Tlrrrr -, I I en STANFORD, 7ic Trnillt lonm nfthr Inthera. ICY., KM DAY, SHPTIiJMBHR 17, 1880. I'rlrreloauUllietlaiae NVJI0LBNUiMUBR4ifi. lour Fire JM I am am 10 1MI s an urn II m, 00 00 on oo I ni I ll; t as ft t) I (V) (Hit I Mi a m i on no i on 7 7 ?iH JLi m nu 13 5 I !' tali. is a ' mi (l II oil to oil Mini w lam It M on u II la ia II III HI it u it to (Jl X ml to u "I si in M Tiir. I Hon. Lyman Trumbull, Democrat Ic candidate for tlio Governorship of Iven-luck- y Illinois, is hnppier in his rep'ls to Interruptions during ipfaklng than is hlIIM,1VHiKlMlMr John Hlicrman. In tho midst of his Tla lt AW frvejA," the m recent eccli at Duqiioin n colored "If HHrthni nmlr .Mlkr man In tho crowd wnnted tho speaker lasfsjat lw asa.al W fwav aaaM taraaf1 to tell what ho meant by the constituTalr wVoeenwiaeagag Met natal tional doctrines and traditions of the lie! mil aaa mm MMi Ma mnri themselves nblo to fly. Often havo T M aarl kM H Im l MtaTK Democratic party. Mr. Trumbull we seen n female bat with her young It wian,e efaaie Hone., aoar, fearo, fined spaco between tlio binnacle, and look somo pains to givo the Informaclinging to her breast, flying about In a partly-usechow of tobacco which tion, nml closed by saying : TM, iwrHM he aej km search or lood; ami tho litllo ones Agatei be eteA, ago, fet I twt tho Second Mate had left on the port "Now, then, what wo mean by go wero not so small, cither. How else (KM IhM, Wltx wr M M CM aVwr rail, and then went lielow to consult ing hack to tlio traditions of tho fath pales nnd sparkles, and eclipses both could they get along ? They old ones H retaeaT, lan font his charts. ers Is going back to economy, lo eim types. Languid, but brilliant, per mako no nest they could not if the TVmMnfM. U. SieAei no. The situation was indeed n critical plicily In tho government, (o nn lion feet In figuro as in face; soft voiced, wanted to ever to much, and tho for the beautiful vessel, . iMii.mt rim tmtini mint one like a swan on tlio heavingwhich est ndminiatration of its a (lairs, to with that peculiar correscante tone chances are that, from their wanderrested sur rescuing the government from tlio which takes tho lest gin riled heart by ing habits, they spend llio day in M Jram w MTV face of tho Miami Canal. Tor three hands of plunderers; and tho tradi- assault, the Illuegrnis beauty is a wo- one place and tho next two or three .. Uip rew. The eMV hours sho had been liccnlmetl by n tions of tho fathers mean that honest, man lo Icadn man to thescaflbld if it mile distant, just wherever they hapAMI! Tlka billy mule, freighted with a cargo simple, plain government of equality, lay in tho way of her caprice, or into pen lo Ikj when day overtakes them, The aM lata aaa, of goldcn-hucpumpkins, It was Im- which was announced by Jefferson tho lion' jaw to rescue her glovo or ami if they left their joung behind The M ak Mix Uan portant that thcro should bo no delay that all men nro created ciual and en- - the roso from her IkxHco as in the old- them, their exact locality might be tlfuaa Ntfkftjrr fry, MtfBNen reto wth ffia ! AkIn in reaching tho tort to which they lowed by their Inalienable rights, en time. When tho young one aro Titian painted just such forgotten. TW ftM, Ml Bill flf were consigned; hence tlio skipper's among which arc life, liberty and the fruity flesh, such tints nml hall tints able to shift for themselves, tho mothTtoaaker anxiety was but natural. The black pursuit of happiness. Loud and con- nnd transparent tones of color, juit er' lifo is much easier, nml until Aaaleae AxIMapi clouds that wcro icurriug aciosi tho tinued cheers. And jou, my colored such curves and lines; face framed Winter comes to kill their insect food, Southern sky told too plainly that a friend, I drafted tho Constitutional by jetty tresses, and such ns might she lives luxuriously. Then, when all Ami wm lav mw storm was approaching, ami woo to Amendment that made you free; havo been clipped from (lie golden nature is prepared to put on the liv Th. tree. ) the !, Iwi4te hW ,iiwrl.ee aijUn : the vesicl If found unprepared. The renewed cheers and wntingof hats fleece. I may Ikj permitted to observe ery of Winter, the bats, instead of TbMHkkttlMaMi Captain knew that in tho present sit- and, more than that, after that Con- that they arc not altogether inno- - leaving tho scene whero they have Ontrwals We. uation of his stalely ship n wreck was stitutional Amendment was adopted cent of the arts of the toilets. Hut passed the Summer, repair to their Ifcaiif 1'rrmhlrntm. The United .Stain liavo lia.l nine-tcc- inevitable should the st3rm strike and jou could not get jour civil the mobile dimpled mouth, the fine- haunts In the cave and walls, and, l'rrsiilciite, four of tliom of Iriili her. It was an noxious moment, but rights there were laws in the South ly nrched eyebrows, tho delicately hanging by their hind feet, in little iWent Inrkann, Tjlcr, I'icrco nml his cheek never blanched. It couldn't, crn States that would not allow jou balanced head, and ah 1 such lips, groups of five or six, they pass the unless washed, nud oi this nono who to go where pleased, nml to make such ejc black ns night under their dreary season in one unbroken sleep. ItllcllnllStl. Tlio 1'rcvnlcnl linMa liia nflico for knew our hero had any fear. Glancing contracts and to enforco them this drooping lids, but giving up a hlazo of "Would jou mind standing here Ho mutt lion native of; hastily at tho compass, bo saw that hand drew the Civil I tights Hill that light when lifted nro quito above fuiirjcnia. till I go and get a cigar?" ho asked. tho vessel' proper course was east by protected you in your civil rights. considerations of complexion. (liia country, nml must Have nlitalnnl "Of course, n"t," she replied , "but south, and that tho lead mule was at Hencwed cheers. And now I suiv llio nj;r of in jmrt. I Irahttii, don't you think, Henry that smoking least two pointi nway and on his licam potc jou will allow some man to come In tlicoirly ilajs of tlio Itopulilicil Who is Gen. Mahonc? What is is oflcnsive, nnd that it will be clncf inagiatrato wasrnltnl ''Hit High ends. Tlio storm was rapidly ap- along hero to Duquoinaud saj-- "Oh ' ho compared with the Federal adminmutter-log- s thccDemocrats want to us." istration at the head of whose finan- easier practicing economy after mariip, tlio I'rrsiilrntof lliol'iiitnt Elates proaching, and tho ominous of Heaven's artillery was evidence Who made you free? Sumner and ce we find John Sherman? It was riage if it is practiced during court lid tlio I'rnttcter f our Ubcrtin." ship?" "You're right, norr, ho aid; were not no tho tho action of the administration As this title was ineomlslrnt with our enough that era long the now placid Chaso and Urecley at I shan't smoko any more, sweet," and Democratic pretention, it men surface of the canal would bo lathed men thai did It? And every one of Washington that is to blame for tho she looked unutterablo love at him billows, any one of them you came out against, misled by slate of afTxirs in Virginia, into white-cappeilriicil. for there as they camo to an ice cream saloon, which would engulf tho Mary Ann. tho falsehood and slanders and lie of is not ono Our I'luef Executive ia not chostn man endowed with Federal and he said: "There now, I meant lijr a jKipuUr vote. Ho Is electel by To think was to act with the captain. parlies that go through the community power in that State, high or low, that nnd chargo upon the Democratic party did not tend tho aid of his power offi- to treat you to ice cream, but, as you a college of ejectors cliosen liy the Hastily seizing a glittering slavery. cial and personal to fasten the fangs say, it is Iiest to practice economy IK'onle. I.ach Slato Ims.as many eleo from its placo in tho ratlines, ho that they want to during courtship. Ten cent fur a ora as It haa Congressmen ami Uniteil placed It quickly to his mouth and Nobody but a fool will belicvo It." of the repudiationist upon the vitals cigar, thirty cents for two ice creams shouted State Senator. Kentucky has tcu of that old commonwealth. (Cheers.) flog, Uliurhta torty cents saved lor a siuglo night. "Tio up tho cook 1" Congressmen nml two Senators; hence Colouil John Caldwell tells an an Talk about this Ucpublican party be It was a wiio move. The cook was ecdote well. He applies the following ing the friend of honest government, Let's go over to tho fountain and its electoral vote is twelve. went; In 1800 lluclianau'i vote was i!0,000 liable to havo hysterics when any to a Garfield party: An old field and we seo Virginia, that old State, take a drink of water." They but sho was mad enough lo bite her tliiug went wrong, nml frequently schoolmaster had among his pupils a the Stato lei than half the total, ami I.iuooln'a of Jackson and Washington, head ofl. 80,000 Icm than the half, jet tlio ool-le- tipped over tho supper. sprightly boy who had worked through branded with tho attempt to escape "The Cap'uV nil right," said Cos- the double rule of three, and who from her honest obligations, I turn to (lectors choao Lincoln. An on) millstone, fivo and a half of In most Mie. from 1780 to 1821, hocton Jon to tho ship's carpenter, a thought he could work almost any the City of Washington and thero I feet in diameter and seven inches tall, athletic fellow from llerea, whoso sum tho teacher could give him. Ono seo John Sherman, tho immaculate thick, with a centra holo seven inch-i- s the 1'ieritlcnt was elected liy the a brawny hand had often directed the Friday evening ho called the boy in diameter, was left in an Knglish of tho diilcrent Slates. up protector of the public credit, and in pickerel season. The original proviaious of tlio Con- fatal fish-lin- e and told him ho had a sum for him to Rutherford II, Hayes, tho fraudulent orchard many j ears ago. In 1812 n "Aje, aje, messmate," was tho re work, which was this: "In a well for- President (uhecrs), I see them lending filbert treo sprouted from the enrth stitution prnviiliil that tho penon having the noxt highest iiunilier of votes sponse, "ami although I'm so afcared ty feet deep there is n frog, and this their nid to elect Mnhono to the Sen- - nt the bottom of tho hole, nnd gradu well ncter seo wifo and children frog jumps ten feet up every day, and nte nnd then claiming that they aro ally increased in size from jear to eait for l'rciulcnt shouhl Iw Through lis oteratibii, again, or steal grapes intheSandusky talis back twenty feet every night; the party of public faith. Senator year until, iu 1808, it was found that men opposite olltieal parties could Vallcy, it's not 1 that will shrink how long will it tako tho frog to get llajard. tho tree had completely filled the hole, Income l'rcii.ltnt and Vice I'resident. back or step nshoro at n time like out of tho well " and actually lilted llio stone from the Kinnurrop camo down tho street No llonian Catholic lias eur occu- this." ground, wearing it as n girdle nliout The Ikv said ho would tako it homo "Well said, my hearty," camo In a with him and bring tho answer Mon- tho other day, when I was standing nt its trunk. pied tho rretidcntlal chair. All tho tho gate, nnd with n graceful liow, other prominent religious dcnomlna-lion- s grutl voico from tho ship's waist. day morning. Accordingly on MonA Wisconsin cow died not long said: "Our binnacle lights may go out this day he came Into the school-hous- e hao been l'riJciit. with ago, after n lingering illness, attended "Ah, coinmriil rows jwro roiisf" William llinrj llarritoii, acharv night forever, but lit us die like both side of his slate covered with After her "Thnt depend upon the Greenback by a persistent cough. Taj lor nud Alirnliam I.inooln weio Ohioans'" figures nnd his copy-boo- k figured all vote," I answered, without tho slight- death a veterinary surgeon opened the liy this timo the first pulls of tho over. In addition to all this, ho had tho only I'residents who dkd while windpipe to discover tho ciuso of the est idea what ho said. in ollicc. Ilarriwn Msuuutl his ollico npproailiing tempest were plainly to several shingles under his arm, and "Mon Dicu I jou don't understand," irritation, and found in tho upper part bo felt, and tho shrill notes of the Msrch Itli, I8tl, ami tlieil tho next they were also full of figures. ho laughed. I said 'how do you do ?" of tho lung a live striped frog ol ordi farms month. Vice l'ruiileut .John Tjkr boas hens on tho neighboring Tho old teacher asked him If he had Young must ren.embr lh.it n'oublics nary size. The surrounding portion mircecilcil him. Tyler served until showed thnt even they had scented liecu at work on tho sum and if so, of tho lung was much discolored. MSf July nth, 1860. Millard I'lllmore tho danger, and wcro seeking shelter. 'whero is tho frog now ?" ".Mx. cum orous, said I, Portion of a mastodon of enormous I It was a terrible moment i.ereil out tho turn. Lincoln was The boy replied that tho frog was "S'importe," said lie. size wero discovered recently inWick- The mulo was apiiarcntly the only now in three-quartl.Mli of April, 1805, An shot mi tho of umiloof hell, "You're another," said I. cr' Park, Chicago, iu excavating for animate thing that did nut compre and (till jumping in that direction. drew Jackson Inking his place. "Why why moil ami that is n sewer. Tho indications are that the Washington, Jcllcrsou, Madiion, hend tho danger. Ho lay obliquely liordcr Minstrel. inn lira it tfmtr he stammered. huge animal perished iu an ancient 9 Monroe, Harrison, Tjlcrnnd Taj lor across tho tow path, occasionally whisliar!" I jell marsh or quagmire, and thcro is hope "xou'ron fllll (lllif otlrilrall. king n liy from his ear with ono of tamo from Virginia; John Adams Gen. Hancock' record exhibit n re- ed, and I givo him a look that raised of tho recovery of the rest of tho skelhis hind feet, but giving no other evi and his ton, John (Juiucy, from markable degree of firmness, courage n blister ou his head. eton. The curved tusks are about dence of life. N'aii Iluren from Kcw In spite of partj', Unices he could In gotten on his aud conviction. 'I ho fashionable girl now lays her seven feet long. York, 1'ierco from New Hampshire; risking every chance of promotion, ho ToddleUns is n very small man, inI'lllmoro from Marjlaml; Jackson, ftct tho ship would bo lost. What has followed that ho believed to bo head on tho shoulder of her male companion when trivcling, according to deed, but ho said that ho never mind I'olk and Joliiiton from Tennessee; could bo duuo? right, regardless of consequence. As While all were standing in specili- a Cincinnati l.nqmrtr writer, who ed it at all until his three lioya grew Lincoln and (irant from Illinois; ii soldier ho has learned to obey and tho phenomenal a "Tho nicest girl do it, nnd up to be tall, strapping joung fellows, fiom l'uiiisjlvniiia, nud Haju less nninzcinent-n- t His reverence for the eaj: to command. from Ohio. Wetner Is Irom Ioa, cusfodncss of tho beast,n slouch hat was law Is only equaled by his conscien- they nro so demure, so innocent, so aud his wife began to cut down their unconscious in their maimer that no- old clothe to fit him. And then he (iailitld from Ohio, nml Hancock seen to emerge from tho forecastle, tious dischargo of tho duties which it body could deem tho practico harm Irom IViiiisylvania, nllhougli ho lives juickly followed bj a small boy. said he did get mad. Ho has been placed in posiexacts. I hey have tho unconcerned air ful. on (loMriKir's Islnud, Tho last I)em One glaueo nt tho nngry sky nml an tions demanding the cxercUo fine Patriotic mothers can be heard in of oiratie President was James lluclian-an- , other nt tho mule, was enough. Quick judgment nud rnro discretion; ho Im- of using a pillow. This would have the up town apartment houses diligentt, lie been reprehensible a year ago, now ilrcteil in 181V). His opjionent ly leaping upon tho ly teaching their cherub to "hurrah pose on no one nnd allows no ono to permit it. Hut fashion nml mother was John ('. I'lcimiiit, tho first (iindi. sprang lightly from the larboard rail V. Tribune. Wo iniposo on him. Ho is no man' man; for Garfee !"-- rN. nud ndvnuccd toward lo the ton-paltho man must not go so far as to slyly dato of tho Krpuhlican party. no party' man. Tho Presidency It suppose they mean that fee of $5,000, hug tho girl. If ho does, she pops Ten of the Presidents haui ltccn tho apparently sleeping mule. Is N. Y. Suu. fho crow looked on with astonish self not more exacting than was tho bolt upright, ami will lean ou him no soldiers, and uino lawyers. position ho occupied in lexas aud ment. To those mother whose children are is new but immore forever. That With itenlthy tiead he crept along, Ixiulsiana. In every position to which proved "IhttMuurr." weeping : Sweet aud balmy slumber etiquette." ino nigger, tido of tho animal, and with one sud- ho has been called he has won the ap secured for tho little ones, aud Coughs Tho everlasting iiljfgcr, is nt tho den bound he The Taiilij Tuk.nw. It is a sigalighted on his bsik. probation and excited the admiration and Colds rapidly banished by the use front ngjiu. nificant evidence of the "mutability In the PresiI.iko a Hash ho grabUtl its tall and of his fcllow-citizcuof Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup. Price Demanding oflice. gave that number n violent twist. dential chair ho would soon secure the of human nflairs" that In 1805 Secre 25 cents. Tho nigger's highest idea of civil In an inttaut the mulo wns tary Stanton complimented General confidence even of his most bitter on his liberty is The census of llbode Island Is comAct and kicking In seventeen direcHo would se, as the old Ko-ni- Hancock fur having caMured "near tions tit once. Tho boy was on his To nn ollioa. Generals were charged to see ly" all the force of the rebel guerilla pleted, and somo of tho enterprlsiug Tho nigger's iternnl dialler Is lo back holding the lines with a grasp "that no harm come to tho repub- Mosby aud had offered a rewaid of $2- - paper of that State print the name of iron. With u terrible j awhnw of get lic," either from opeu foe or from cor- 000 for tho capture of Mosby himself. of all inhabitant in full, devoting l'rotection from the government, rage, tho now thoroughly infuriated Now .Mosby Is a "loil" Republican of- nearly a column to it. animal dashed madly forward. Tlio rupt friends. llountlca from tlio government ficial, while Hancock is denounced as strain on the eablo was immense, and HuTTi:n a wrong will than a wav nun Matmmomaj. Mauki.t at Wahii-INUtoine goon snips umuer groaucil as a traitor aud rebel, and ovcrythiug ering; better a steadfast enemy than Office fiom the government. It U understood, in society ifiungoiiy, lu a moment, however. else that is unpatriotic, by the sumo an uncertain friend; better a faUo beIs about lime ho was given to .ho fBt the breexe creatcl by tho mule circles, that the matrimonial market party that could not too much praise lief than no belief at all. understand going ahead, and hercut-wate- r tlcft of the Capital will bo unusually brisk That ho nnicioatcd by tho Itepub- - the bluo waters liko n knife us she during the coming season. A good him for hi course in that care. What Is the diilercuce between a kicleJ to starboard aud stood away on Courier. bean parly deal of stock left over from the previgood soldier and a foshtouable lady ? .p00,' on tho mule had That he is expected to protect , Drug One face tho powder and the other Statement from a lhoboy saved her, ous seasons has been worked oil at tho ,, .. nml when tho captain saw him twist watering place duriug the summer. House : Dr. Hull' Cough Syrup is powder the face. locarn his own bread nml butler, the animal' tail, lio said loud cuough Thero will, however, bo no scarcity, tho most popular Expectorant we are man at Clmmiiaicu, III., proud and 'for all to hear i Hadley Ilro., 317 Indiana ly A a a uurubcr of fresh lots, ol very de- selling made of hair wear a watch-guar- d Ihat it is Ids duly "That was tho ait of n states man sirable will bo offered. Tho de Avenue, Indianapolis, J ml. typo, which he pulled from au enemy' lo voto for the candidates of the nml a diplomat." Itepubjicau iarty, oven Who wns the bay T Jame A. Oar- - mand will be active, hut it Is thought Why I a Zulu bcllo like a prophet? beam lu a lignt. At the ri.kdl his life.- - Ulnar field. rj. l'tiiinioro Cooper, In Clilcn- - the supply will be ample. Washllecause the has not much ou'er lu Dpitaph for Hob Ingersoll i Hobcrt (.Iowaj beuliuel, Hep. g0 Trihuue. ington Post, her own country Cincinnati Oax. liurus. .irviirrtiitn mrr. 'Mini can nianago him." Theio words wcro siiokcn by n dark featii'"! and man lo lil rompaninn n swarthy fellow, whose every look betokened tlio flerco nature within m the two ascended from the cabin of the Mary Ann, of Hitler Creek, and stepped quietly on tho quarterdeck. The older ol tho two took a few turns of the somewhat con f.nflfM'a llrrxl'in, Hrittnrl.H ilraitflr The Cincinnati Gatcttc publishes tho following in ono of it recent letter from Lexington. A simple girl Is n drcndliil rivnl in nny passage of nrms feminine, nml that half n dozen will route twice that number ol beauties at nny wnlcring place is n matter of notoriety; but hero they were by hundreds, the llowcr of every county in tho fino old State, and of every typo of hcautj, tho stately blonde, tho pclito brunette, and that uniquo mlxturo which Hushes nnd .Wf'i' llniArr. lilt Rill llinXTOIIT. Hal live their activo live In tho A MIITTII lie 1 it Hm. I night; when sunlight comes they fly 111 lor finny tu lliiir holes, thcro (o sleep un. vi m. o. fniB, miTTiwrmiem. Ill til twilight come again, when they iionian Mwinir' unrtrlra mivti hrra n Id IH Famia nnnmniii, al olo.k. lira. T T resume tho occupation of insect killJ M llaicr, 1'a.lor HrrtlfK ing. The fcmilo bat ha rather n IlAITIST-r.- ar imrrnrHl an.1 tearlh PmxIaTa, maritlaf ami hard timo of it, ns sho i tho nest and nllhl. lYari-- aiming rrrtj HunJarBilioolalSiaoi.il u, B. Iltrraa--, the food of her young until they are ParlfitrntMit m m Hitli-M, JOHN H. CRAIG, "WITH WHOLESALE DEALERS IN a jj Ulrr-noo- n SII1PLKY, CRANE &CO. on at artJ tintlnnl ana rn .I17 ITrathtna by MJ Jim lull. Th ril IiiirJ'a divi IHIDilJJMDOOl Jua hfvrranrt, riiiwlnteifclMit " hurlnlMi.BL night!. W)tTII-- Ko Itater Un-Ion SaiKlar school al John W fern, VVnlnra-dUnion rrajM Xrrlln BOOTS Xos. MtmitAV tinrif.Y. III.NIU ! (HANI, W1I.ILVM HIMILhl, JLJmSTlD SHOES r lul..lM.Wi4. J 1)l!l.IIVTIItMN rooming an S I night. Miirril -- liar J Itara. nn sronl anj fourth -- mrnrn JIS and 100 West Penrl Street, r rnorrsswiii,. rnilOMAS v Cincinnati, Ohio. itibUJlt, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MTAJN I'Oltll. lvV. Will hrarllr In he rrta ot thli ami a Homing m rouniiraaMi in me imiri I ZE3I. Mnraitrr Mrtrt 01 OrtH-lll-lr- O. RTJPLEY Merchant Tailor. - r IAS I! Dl'.VI.AI', ATTORNEY WIllLrarllrslnlho AT LAW MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY. iianvii.t.i:, icv. lonnoi ronage vipr-!. nairc. IIAVIMI ri'IKIIASFIITIIt INTIItLSTnl Mil (I IU MARACIIAU. IX THE IICV OF Ooorla of Batto ami In Ilia Mam hall A ItHjIej. Iran toliiunt! atlliooltlatanl,whrrel harejuit rerrlrril a fine llneor 1 -- uurii inaro 01 pontic Ioi' orrr llanii, Durham A liunlapV FIU:XCH ANI) ENGLISH SUITINGS, up In riraWtaM J AM LSI, OIVKXS, hkh I will makf ATTORNEY . AT LAW, KENTUCKY. ColtertlOMreiU!it. Ill-lj- InMantord, and all I ak fa a trial at the I.oweit Vrltrn. ije and batlafartlon euaraatrcd lseTtryI faart perniaiwatlr loralfd Inaiaoc? ornoMle, FIFTH KTUIRT, Cutting and Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. Tliankful Tor aRt LOUISVILLK, I'raitlr-- a In If ma Ir frifur I Impe ! strltt attention to l.uslnM, to lurrlt a ronttnuior of th mm all the ( oarta hj itfpprifullj. r h. C. RUPIXY, "I S. A Jt. W. HOCKEK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, NTAM'Oltlli IvV. Office our McAllitrr A LjIkaSUra M'ALISTER&LYTLE. q P. MYEKS, ATTORNEY AT Squire T. W. Offir in LAW, H'j'Asroitn, is v." with Judge t'hUIr la the . WALLACE VA R"C0V. T VA W. K. VAHXO.V, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, HTANrollll, ICV. OAre In Court Bquare, We secured before the 'advance in Woolens a Large Invoice of QAM. M. BUUDETT, ATTORN EY AT LAW, JIT, VJilirs'ON, ic . anj In I'.orkraatl Will rrartlce hli rrofeaslon ajjololng rouutlea aud In tbe Oourt of Aicala. jnlal atUutlongtffUlorollrctUMM. .Jean s, MilEffleiS Etc., and offer LEE F. HUFFMAN, SURGEON DENTIST. HTjVNI-OUjca, I. Offic outh tide Mali Mrtft, two duon tbovi idj mjrn iioici uUe Cu aJuifnlitcrrd wbrn rePurcMtrout quired. $U roa a at Low Prices . 11 C HOKtiVX, I D. H, ' A wit a DENTIST, rUACTITlOMU. OF TUENTY MAIW. 1. a lawful IVulnl fiiutlficatlon lioim lo in frit iracUrt. Jl will atuml fail lmii.tr ltcr-rnr- e k Court at I ani ut r. an rruialnoue IVn Libation (iiiiuulla, JIubIouvIU, Al ul Uuniua In Will Craigarotlaice, third rtUrni aliovvM Aiaph llotrl, Main M , ManforJ, Ki isceblk-jr 60 Bolts of Jeans, 1,000 yds. White ored Linseys, 1,000 yds. White ored Flannels. & Col- First Rate Farm For Salo -- ! iletfriuIoeJ to quit briuinti r.irawUliV, 1 ofkrlor aaiei rlvatelr, mr tuna, lylinfontbrlieoal t mllnOout Ualnut Mat watrnoflVdirCm-kan t fruui iTabOn harJ.aikl 1 from lb U A N It IL. Inaeood nrljliiaorlicMHi. ant rwiTfrkiit to Khoolaaiidrliiutiictf, rontaluiutitt Airwof ?!! trame Has on It a gmt lni,fottMiaj4 and kflilioo. a liou. wltkt ruoma, tllnlufc-ruui- u Cxtlititrrn war thaduxr. Jrt?hou and allLaid on out'bullillnifa. An g Thetu-la well waterrd with acTvral aprinita. '1 rrm rar Cull on or adJrru ,X. .llM.I.IK,lratUnliar1 Having & Col- D. F. BASH, Our stock of Fall Prints, Bleached and Brown Cotton and Furnishing' Goods is Very Attractive. (AT T1IL 01 D STAND OF BASII A M..S.SK.) MANUFACTURER AND ULALLU IN Custom-Mad- e A ISItf AC.KN. Boots and Shoes from h:e SPRING AND FARM WAGONS. the Best Factories in the West have been received for the Fall Trade. REPAIRING IX TIII2 & PAINTING Mil II I. MIM. (IN RIIOUT AM Vi:itYlli:STSTYI.i:. Wo make a Specialty of Ladies' Fine Shoes. I WAHKANT ALL NEW WORK .to. TWkLVV UUAltANTKU 4 tA MUST ASP ""',"' Full UATIHt'AUTION vr aar.iais). New Trunks lu'l tall (lire u. a Mil aJ la just received. loam we VKin lilWT vriaea. Illlllit-MIIIM- aire uuta ssuiil Irta! (IS-lj-r It. ', IIANII. McALISTER & LYTLK .III.. IT he I MUM III - III J' ". ' . Till is a guod year fur I nion Sol-diers. Gen Plaislnl the irnvfrnnr elect of Maine, wa. one of thee lys and his victory ii but a forerunner Hancock's. V ltev T t.mk preached his farewell JAS. DUDDERAR. sermon Hund aval Ihe Methodist ( hnrrh JOS. PklfT It lllner delivered a very eieel lent discourse at the Methodist Ihnrch i , p., lirinil-- ll on Mnndsv night.. Fthler Iticketls.of IT 1 , III and brntal In eimitlon and m ntlerly Carlisle, at the fhrlstl-- n Church September 17, Friday Morning, that the jurors found no mercy Sunday morning ami night. Those who :i In their hearts for Ihe murderer heard him were much pleased with his serI'ebtcTS I.jon, ltsrnnin's rwlfil I'Mlfr of the banglngof Ihe Arnold mons mn, ilifi! lliira wrrlt Wm. Arnold waalndlrlrd for murder jury Inefligv, the Hopklnsellle .W Urn A cwlllrry eslainn In Khs; saya "It wnnld he well for the State llll.e last week, and as ihe Ceni'llh waa not and of how the ltepubltcans were Aa Ususl the ltsdleala Art Trjln to He- - laml few ls ko, which Ullnl 1 17 er- - Jury rnul SJ.TIQM DEMOCRATIC TICKET. bung In reality. rnobl ready for trial. Judge VanWInkle, wbn a son Ktln by lUscalltr Whit Wu fair. raisinc millions of dollars to secure Judge tn the rase, heard a nudlnn The Abrml fW, a Herman ltenlillrin murdered Hob Little, but that nry mur ly Lost at tht l'olts. Tho General lis-- 1 election. riihatiMtr. tlarfielr dered Justice They did more to Injure lion for bail, and iitsm proof being Intro- -' ser, if tlnrinnttl, ln eome out ' diK-rd- , statements, ntck he decMcd that It was a society, to poison pnldlc sentiment, than GEN. WINFIELD S. HANCOCK, lent., respectfully to their AT Till IR Oil) TKHk. 01 lata. Ik-l-i Ipurrwll pittini-- e to tire $'!, roilld be accomplished by a ihwen murders. ea-- e and filed the siiinunl at $.1,000, wli anil then couiteouilr replied : "Hen- iv n.NsaiLiAMji (KK1 u a f $2,11011,0110 tn ileTent (lener- 1'iii-- e Thev base clothe,! themselves In Infamy, waa promtitly given, and Ihe prisoner tlcmen, I must decline yonr oiler. II Trksnai morning, when a special a! Illncotl. tiinvincrKEaipkNT. .and the should lie despised and avoided teased Jenea - Adams and II C Arnol I .I. .1 t tl dispatch to Tiik Intmiiok Joi'iimai. lion. Vrank JBiien has been nonil' by all good rlllrens for all time to come. are the bondsmen HON. WILLIAM H. br L -was ilisplaycd on our Ilullctiu Hoard nateil for (luternnr of New llini-Mr- e The Colored. LMr Ur-l- .-l TJieJlejreamLIIkLrOliIsJluriip lit INIII1I1 manner of man that will uecuprJlielik.i (hiiiw . siieeehes in Maine, solemnly asserted as well allemleil, anil Ihe show of stock waa a i tn tirv kvuv i'viiiv a -- ft.ami not I'jtI.I .Sin Christian minister r... .m.ivui--It waaC. IV. l.s Tim.... that, at and near Ida gncd. The Company pah! all of the surprise and gratification It caused ton that pmenled Wot J IftO.Oort fur an art mil home In St. John's County, Kla , seventy HON. PHIL B. THOMPSON, and oilier eiiensea promptly, and ,lhof next was genuine and hearty, but aa that ten in at Cincinnati, XF.uci.n, men were murdeied in cold blood on ac- conseepianlly finds Itself financially embarThe lifpinliatlng Amendment to the count of their being licpehlicans, and rassed Tub lying llepublicaii ahecta swear State had been conceded to the One ef lis officials la about to by from fi.OOO to 10,000, Arkansas Mate Constitution was defeated clinched his statement by saying that he I) j-- all that is good that the big maHe is charged seriously Involve,!. Thk Indiana Dcmocrata are wonthere were many doubting Thomases. hj n majorllr of n,l00 achieved liy the Debad attended most of their funerals. And with a breach of trust lnli-e- d In him, as derfully enthused over the Maino jority recently Judge I'hisler has been unanimous) yet Ihe people acted as bad wilh lllcka as he turns up deficit 7 to ) The Com mocracy in Alabama waj the reult of Mr. Jos. Severance, who was in Cinconfident ! victory, and, from for Congress l the IVmoc did Ihe Poland Credit Mohellcr Committee panv will lose no money If this little maimurdering negroes cinnati, corruWatcd as follows racy of the lOlli District. fure, are absolutely certain now of bulldciing and wilh (larlleld they wouldn't liebeve ler can W corrected. senti-mcnlltlat M.jmlth loTbf Interior Journal I'anl. Dougherty, who nominated tlen. PrKsoyAl- .Mr. F'siilkner carrying the State. And why should who darol to vote their Holmes' Kwiulrer Cixcixxati, (I. 8.10 a. m Democrats Hancock, la to make ten speeches In tndi him Tlie Atlnmce, which is puband wife will move from here to Ids farm The Association of Conservative they not T No Republican has been in Mslne elect (Inumrr and tint Con- ana during the campaign. lished at .Montgomery by roloretl nun, and tndciwndent Voters of the in Lincoln county this week . .Miss Ren-nelected to a State office during the last gressmen MAnnm. Sept. IS. The L'rincev has : Hunlctl, of Wootlford, visiles! her unUnited Slates, which has Its heatbpnrters 'Democratic major!-tie- a givca tho lie to (uch stories, and says (o decade, while the At -' o'clock the daily papers ar- been liaplltnl and named Marls Mercedes at 21 West Twenty Fourth Street, New cle, It. M. Ibmlett, a few daja last week, Alabama; aiileil havo run from 1,337 to 17,'252. "We colored men of n rived, confirming the above intelli- Isaliella. IJucen Isabella was sponsor. York, holds that the nnminalions at the and while here, Mlsa Jeannlr Lackey gave the Democracy in rolling up this The Klnrer ISroV. tobacco maniifactil In the election corresponding to the Chicago Convention were detrimental to her a most delightful entertainment. Only gence, but as some of the Republican and it should I homo ring establishment In Lonlsrllle, valued at one to be held fn Oclolier, Blue Jcani large majority, . l,,e,r "c5V "' UMPa,r WCrB $lSO,00O, was totally destroyed by fire a the best interests of the country am! to the a few friends present Miss Kittle Sim"' satisfied in min.1 ar Republican party, and desires to secure mons, of Itsnlsinwn, Mr. Telia Terrell, Dr. was elected Governor by Williams mnking a contra claim to the State, few nights ago. Howl on, guardians llie defeat of the candidate nominated at F O. Young and your corressindnt ... 5,08-majority, and at the Novciulier down here. The Cincinnati Southern It. It. Com that Convention for President of the Unit- Mrs, Polls and her son George left lids ' houes.y(?) " election Tilden receivcil a majority of of Kepublican trull, (r.and ville, at 4 o'clock, for the very latest, pany will meet Oct. Mb to Tote on the ed States. Rvery memWr baa pledged week for Virginia, (leorge is attending tho colored men of this Stale 5,.')W. Then, in 1878, a Democratic question of Increasing Ils cap'nal stock from his sacred Mrs. Potts will remain sevhonor not tn vole at the coming school there. for and received the following from Mr. Secretary of Htatc went in on a major- have concluded to lliini and ntl '.. November election for James A. Uarfirll eral weeks . ...Mlsa LOlia Smith has reMadden, its bright and accom- $1,100,000 to $2,000,000. lenders to the Mike Hawkins, John Kd wards, for President. ia certainly themselves, ity of 14,118. Thero turned from an extended visit lo Chicago, plished young editor : shot and killed Mm. Lane, colore,!, In At a picnic near Osrenton, a difficulty She la looking quite well, and we are hap-pnothing now to make them go back on contrary, notwithstanding." lil.patih Is The tulnlor Jenrnil.l Monday over an old grudge arose lietween some drunken boys alwtit Miss to welcome her home again their honorable record. Landers is Tim average aunual expenditure ili r, Kr , 4.4'i r m Democrat- - In which Line's wife figured some trivial mailer, which, before Its lermt Katie Simmons Is visiting her sister, Mrs. the peer, if not the superior.of Porter, for President's salary and keeping up Ic I'nlon btate ticket tltrlfJ in Mnine Howling Green fair bad 3,W0 people nation, Involved three brolheis by the name Judge Duncan.. Miss Km ma Hufonl and in every respect, while uarnent ami Iho Whits House silica the Republi-- 1 nesrlr lliree thomuml Time out of fire to witness llie militarr drill. The Porter of Smith and three brothers by Ihe name sislrr, of Covington, are guests of Mr. J (I Arthur are so besmirched and cot control is 4117.00il .Ti.w hlch Consrw.msii Democrille Usid.tur In Hides, of Nashville, got the first prlie of of Hammonds and a half brother of the Sweeney... Mrs. Maggie Carter and Mrs ran.- a with rascality that his satanic i $i"i8,flil 8. more per jear than it tonlit. Maine cire it up. William It $300, Clarastllle City (inanls, second prite Hammonds, by the name of ltarnaid Willie IV.1I, of Washington, D. C , are visKneliah telegraphs liiat the erTrrl in In- - of $100. majesty himself i,nodoubt,ashained of was under Democratic rule. Atree. The latter, a boy of eighteen waa iting Mrs. Judge Owsley... The many tTnder ilinna U cxam-in- o electric. Shake' An electioneering dodge In the Fourth ahot In the head and Instantly killed, and frienda of Mrs. M. I. (Iranger regret In them. The only way that tho Re- tho title of appropriation for repairs, And we did "shake" all over with Congressional District la the circulation of hla three half brothers, tire Hammonds, know that she leaves this morning for New d publicans can hope to be victorious ia is one set of croquet and eight n soldiers who were all wounded, two of whom, Jonathan York, where she will spend the Winter the raptures of delight. It was the rrport that all by the plan which they are working balls, $10; a six scat passenwill role against Proctor Knott will get and Col. Mat Walton la In Islington this Sam, the attending physicians say, are enough to move the strongest heart paid for their negroes. to its fullest extent importing negroes ger rockaway, SSOO, and a china dinCharles Held, son of Thos, Reid, mortally wounded The Smiths and Ham week to hear that Maine, which for twenty-si- x Llrlngston, of Itrooklyn, la another mondl are cousins. They now say ner set, imported from Paris, 82,'JDH,-3and buving floaters. of this place, left thla week lo altend colyears had gone against the Demo- fool thirsting for fame. Kncouraged by Miss Carrie Woods, The following telegram Irom New lege at Georgetown that they will spend a million of dolThe lward of a dog nt $10 a Trices, Tito car-loa- d cratic party, had leen regenerated the success of Tanner, he has gotten ten York waa printed in yesterday's A'niMiirer! niece of Mrs. Holmes, leaves this morning lars, or more, to carry their ends; but month for three months is also amoug is aud redeemed; that a State that dars on a fast of 42 di?s, which he thinks To Joseph Pulilier: Your telegram re- to enter college at Anchorage Wm by the good the vouches filed against the Governthe Democracy, buojed went 32,000 Republican in 1872, and he is able to accomplish. ceived, asking what I think the c tire I of (ireenleaf, of Islington, has been visiting news from --Maine and the cheering ment. This rascally, 4hiivig busi(Icn. James It. Chalmers, he gentle- the Maine election will be I think it will Ids mother and some other bodv for sever l!,4jy at the corresponding election man who made the great news from other doubtful quarters, ness can be put n stop tn by electing of the lead to a pure and efficient administration al days Col. Sam M. of Ml. in 1870, had, notwithstanding the Crab Orchard Ilirbccue, has Itch caught napping, and In- Hancock. will not le Will any honest man fail of public alljlrs, to the burying of section- Vernon, came down Sunday and left for All of which I will tell at the Lowest possible Prices. I desire to call lavish expenditure of money by that for Cungrcss in the Sixth Mtssisslii. alism, tlie cementing of the Pnion and the Louisville Monday, accompanied special attention to the that to diana will sound the key-not- e he his his vote Tor him ? party aud the repetition of every cam- pi District and Is making an artlreranrau. perpetuation of representative govern- brother Willie will settle beyond peradvehture 'the lil.AlNK acknowledges his defeat like paign (ten. I.ushrod Johnson, who was lie that could be devised, ment. Hut, instead of permitting us lo re election of Hancock and English. .ff.lfifseM eol'Ari in the Confederate service, and lax a little man, and writes to Garfield ken snatched as a brand from the our labors. It Imposes Ihe necessity of The Republicans all admit that if she since then a resident of Nashville, St. Increasing Thero is no Pump equal to thorn; no stagnant watcr.no Ircozing up, the Democrats had tixi much burning ami had como out for the! l that them. To resit the desperate Central t'nlversity is Itwrnlnr, end or othor impurities), Louis and Hrightnn, III., died at the latter bo priming to start tho Pump, no wlgglo-tall- a gies Democratic, (Saifield's jig is up; money for them, ami that they were Democracy and honest governmcut etlbrta of our opionenta, harder work than has about 125 pupils. ni tho lollowmc persons, wbo aro using; them, will testify i plsce Tuesday, of Apoplexy therefore, it behooves every member everts rruuirrd of our friends for Ihe caught napping on election day. ()no of trie chief beauties of the victory A colored prisoner died in Jail one day Senator Itarnum lias declined the nom- crowning victory of the parly to assist in accomplishing hucli scenes, he says, were W. S. Hamxk-k- . II. IU Harrow, J.Mrltobcrt., J. . tajMii, this week, of pneumonia. neier wit-- . it was made in the face of such j ination to Congress In the r'oilrlh A Washington dispatch is aa follows: H. U. .trilus, John llrigbl, John .11. Held, that grand end. The devil ha to he nesseil Circuit Court begins here next Man-dain .Maine, hui jusi sucn scenes Iwasteil confidence by tho party which District, on the ground that Ida en "The Inckset which the Republicans A, A. Itarrrn, S.J. I'lnbrj, W.T. t.'rren. hire fought with fire, iherefure let Kenwith a pretty large docket. T. II. MoulgniHrr), John Cash, are going to lie witneed all over this 'had so long had every thing ils own tire time and attention must be devoted to met in Maine is to be James K. Helm, vigorous Winter i new In ihe lap of Kail, rnd tucky, especially, answer the call for glorious country. The (irorge anglm, J. II..Mrtll.tcr. T. Porter, his duties Js Chairman of the National eoplc are way. By general cement, the Re campaign in four of the Southern States. coal is bring retailed at 20 rts. per bushel. James Paxlmi, ti. II. AmlrrMin, PrarorL, tl. help. She can airord it, as there is no tired of the unendiog sectional strife Democratic Committee. Those selected are Louisiana, South CaroliDr. lltlou I'.mlrr. publican organs had agreed to treat J. (I. .Var-r-nl, S. II. Ilaiiglnnan. Mr. Joe Maupin caught a red fox Last A dlsiutch Irom .Nichola.Tille says na, Mississippi and F'lorida contest here. Chairmen of County The plan Is that the Republicans would keep the the result of Maine as an index to the that If Arnold, who has living to revive Ihe old game of manufacturing Wednesday that measured fiee feel from Committees, organize at once, and tee country i.i. They want peace aud Presidential struggle; but they now, with a relative there since his acquittal, lip to tip outrages tn orJer to incite, if Kssihle, a that every Democrat in tho State hat union, and for that reason are rising -- Fifteen hundred dollars hare been ap with one accord, change their tuue suddenly departed Tuesdiy, when he heard collision lietween the regroes and the to a cau'e so in their power all over tho country. a chance to contribute and say that it amounts to nothing. that Mrs. Little bad sued bim for hears whiles, and then make a call un the Presi- propilaled br our county for Ihe improve dear and so important. ment of our Courl-HoiisTho day has dawned and n new era It does amount tn something, howev- damages In Madison countr. dent for troops, 1 herlluation is now so dan fur iiecple are jnbilsnt over the Maine The following numbers drew the lead- gerous that it is delieveil President Hayes out in many iutauccs is opening upon us. er, anil that something is that it ing priies at the Loustana Lottery on the will nnojierate with the scheming Repub. election, which go to prnre that llanwek it were better for the criminals that will he the next President. Thk election of Garfield would ex- is the precursor of a grander and Hlh . Number .6,.VS drew $.10,000; nuin-be- r lican leaders Already the New York themselves if Blackburn would let ert a most unwholesome Mr. Win. Miller.forinerly of thisrniin-ty- , .TiO-l- i drew $10,000. number 14,190 tiled on Iho more complete victory of the Democ77ies and 7Visuae have their most girted KV. died in Howard county, Mo, last week, them stay in tho Penitentiary. Some country. and numbers 4V.M" and 57,. outrage A man charged, and not racy in November in a ward, it drew csirressimtents en route to the in Ihe fortieth year of his age. time ago unpardoned Henry Mocka-betho election of O the fourth and filth prize- South, and within a fortnight Ihe plslntire only charged, but proicn guilty, of voices the certainty There are 70 while and IV eelsred A rnnian, who has just died In St. wail who was convicted of complicity of the alleged outraged negro will fill and numerous Hancock aud (English. perjury, bribe-takin- g esiwinon school districts in this county, and Lcuia at Ihe age of 37, leaves twenty one iu the murder of the Town Marshal other oflenses agaiust law and decency, the land. Yesterday's rejttrts were not quite nni.rlil.rrh In srprr 300 tnltsl.Ifsnts In WITH A rULL COBFS Or TEAOUEKS children to mourn her. loss. Three times Tlie great race at Chicago of loC boura town. of Jit. Sterling, not even allow ing him is not such an one as we would wish so favorable but doctor the returns as she gave hirlh to twins, Wire tn trii lets ' 0.a,.,h,j.,,e.w, between hones anU men, Malimla Parks, an old and respectatats instlutlM will re to spend a day in prison. Mock&bee tho . rising generation to kuow, fur less the Republicans will, they can not and once she suipriseJ l.ei hnslMii.l "J UnJeJ in a iIctorT for one of ll.e men. The ble colored woman, waa found dead In her then went on the Big Sandy It. It. and imitate. Hancock, on tho other band, hide the fact that tho Democracy has presenting him with four at a birth, ' ..ewv tlva-r- . ..... n?W .l.n.U . fa. ssivuiiT bed on Tuesday morning last, and Is supriainia i s'liii ui' IT iuiv IT8 KLKVKNTU SKSSION, Lewis Ilurkhardl,a I'hllailelphla ilrilm got a iaition aa guard of convicts. is the model of truth and honor, and won a most decided and telling victoHorses 635; Colston, 5?.. lielsr Ilaker, posed to have died of heart disea-- e. Tuesday, he took two of them out into as incapable of a dishonoruUe net as ry. To have reduced their boasted iser.KOliipwniielheo.it .M. train was 568; ltose of Texas, 515; lUltman's entrr, UN Tllk. A protracted meeting is going on at on the Ohio hriJge at lxiiiTillr, Sundae 527; Dunn's entry, 525. Therefore Il.erne the noods to chop tomo timber but the illustrious "father of his country" majority at all would have been a vic! night, ami walked out on the platform and geta the first prize of $2,IKR); llelsj liaker the Christian Church at Kirksrllle. KM. Yancy, of taiiisrillr, has charge of It, and 2MMoiuYiN.st:pmiiii:i:,M:XT. they amused themselves by firstknock-in- g himself. Let us elect him ami return tory but to force them into a rejietitiou fell between the cara down lo the rockr wumd prize of $1,000; Itose of Texaa thlnl there have been two additions to date. him in the head and then escaping. to first principles. of tho Florida frauds of 1870, in or- bed of the rirer Mow, mangling him Into prise of $500; Colston fourth prise of $250; !! Mr, Kshn, of Cincinnati, has been in It would be good if all the unworthily der to break the force of their defeat, a shapeless luass. It la supmsed to lie an Ilaltman's entry fifth prise of $150, and ALL TIIK IIIUNClit-- H III' A the countr billing fat cattle. He bought We have it from pretty good au is proof (Hjaitive that the victory is to instance of somnambulism. ardoned men could meet the name Dunn's entry aiilh priae of $IU0. Ilyrne a lot of 112 of Mr. T. D. Chenaul', avera!!! We are not disposed to claim the Is scarcely more than boy, and his thority that George Denny, Jr., has them alarming indeed. THOROUQH ENOLISH COURSE! fate, i a ;cr. ging 1,050 pounds, at $1 75 r hundred. ic- Maine result as a purcljr Democratic willingness to lay himself expressed a formnce Is considered quite wondcifnl The following telegram was . Mess. F'ugene and Jataes llushy, late Tm.it: has liecu no doubt that all upou the altar oi sacrifice nud run torjr. Ills rather a crushing Uepublican He covered W miles Friday and 8S Kstur-dasr taasfai.as ll as of your town, hare opened out a large last night: the States which neat fur Tilden in defeat. Hut, the reault Is the same. The and If his nearest riral hail not slopagaiuat Phil Thompson for Congrtss. Jiurual. SjxUl ilitrh tuTbe UllVO ft CO 0(1 StOCk Of luliticsl tld e has turned, and from now ped, would hate gone 10 or 15 miles fur- confectionary store and oyster saloon In MUBIO.T1IH LANOUAOEa. I) II AW. 1870 would go for Hancock now. We would like to soothe Judge make this place, lloth being industrious young lH'isviu.K,.Seiit, III. The returns are until Noeember will How only in the INO AND l'AINTINO. This would give him eighteen more ther. Iletsy Ilaker was rery lame at Ihe men, they should receive a large sliare of the race. Tho stuffing that the elec net all in, but New York Democrats claim iliieclion. Hancock's election ia close, and, in fail, all of the hones were than the necessary 185 elcctorul vote), the public patronage. tion lo the Commonwealth's Attorney- that l'lai'teil is elected br a small niajorl- - an assured fact. Washington I'ost. then In rery had condition. The exhibibut who would thought of Maine Mr. T. 1!. lloberta, a tjw on the liich-mon- d It la estimated that the amount of gold tion waa brutal, and t'je siectators were ship gave him would bo s completely tr The plan of the I'epublicans ia to Hrjuler, and Mlsa Katie II. liatlifle, uddiug its seven votes (3 swell the big iloetor the returns in the back counties, so and sllrer coin now in this country aggreknocked out that he would retire from much disgusted with tlie treatment of the of Ilurksvllle, were married at the resiaa lo throw the election into the Legisla- gates $570,418,011, which, wilh a majority ? Why, it's more than probpaper Come out Judge In Tsllloo, Mires rsee fru.il ISS l l'4 la Ih i politics in disgust. dence of Ihe bride's parents, on Monday rrculsr Republican, will elect circulation of ITOO.OOO.OOO, makes the to- animals. ture, which, 1'cln ;i miist, liavo able now, that Pennsylvania, Ohio, Iniiiwmis. Some two months ago, Thomas Dejar we will give you a frco uuuouiue-mint- . n liepuMican tiovernor. The haveelact-e- t handsome reception waa given Itli; rrr)si.stuijr, 110, an4 lUlrvtsle, I si. circulating medium of the country I, tteon learning the wherealioiita of hla sis last. A HI diana aud several of the other doubttco-urcni- n them at the home of the groom, In this 1'usr three of the five Congressmen. $1,270,418,914. This, estimating the . op. ter who had ches-e- n a life of shame, went ful States will be carried by the Det'vr full isnllrulsis, as la ItuarJ, Se.,a.l Irsss place, on Tuesday evening. Tm; Republican papers are harping circu-latio- n 50,000.000, gires a . Tllt'l lir.Altr, MIIS. N. The I,ouisville Evening I'ort has ulation at$11.-- 1 to the bsgnlo In which she staid In Danoor aud Garfield's chances mocracy ffiiriifW.iaisi. ftrtopita, and of paper ville, Vs. and without a word shot her on the lie that the Democratic party purchased the Bowling Green SlanbrJ. Uaeuln tV.Kf. - Sliovols, iMi $1405; of to begin with, are growing smaller by Cincinnati Ohio, Sept. 14, 18Mt, making a Intal circulation of $.!Vt9 threettmes from the efiecls of which she relies almost entirely ipon the South Jjlttur Inttriur Journal. It la our good fjcnctri presses, type ami good-wildegrees and beautifully less as the r caplttt, fie. died In a few days. When questioned aa fortune to be here for its memlers and support. It is The cily la iland tlie 1 ott will snortly lioom as a days go by. Mr. DeF'iiuIac, (ieneral Manager of true that the Southern Slates are morning daily. Hon. John C Un the Loulsiille and Nashville lUllroad Co to the cause of his rash acl, he said that luminated, and the air Is freighted wilh ! , she had disgraced an honorable family and Tut: Republicans are publishing Democratic by a large majority aud shouts from enthusiastic souls, and sweet Remember, we keep a flrst-claderwood will be tho business mana announces thai on Ihe 1st day of October that he had done exactly what he came stock every thiug that any Democrat has ought to lie, but tho election in 187G strains of music. As the sky ro:kets are ger aud Kmmett G. Logan will join Ills Company will assume control ef the for. The poor girl while writhing In her sent up it seems that the earth Is oncd, of Staple and Fancy Oroceries, ever said that is the least favorable to showed that there were 1,000,000 I'ensacola Uailroad, Pensarola and Selma deadly agonies, expressed great concern for and from the crater, bright atara are rising Mess. Scars and Madden In the editoGarfield. Susan, Cotfees, MolassThoe certificates of good more Democrats in the North than Kallroad and Ihe Be I ma Dirislon of the the fate of her brother and prayed lo them We are sorry to give up rial work. lo take their places in the firmament above. be-- i character which are few and far es, Coal Uil, Tea, the entire Democratic vote of the the excellent ntdli'jeitccr, but are Western Kallroad of Alabama. The juris- around her not to let him sutler for It. Speakers' stands are emled in several pladiction of tho general officers of the Imis. "He ahot me" said she, "but I do nut blame tweeii, mid made under a false irapres-- Siulli. tes. Hopkins Hall is crowded to suffocaRice, &c. conlideut that the new move will ho villeaud Kashrille Kallroad Company will him for It. I havedisgraied my family, tion. AlllhUIsthereaiiltoflhenewa sion of the man, are printed in capi-- ! that C'oNincLtwMAN Joo Blackburn, hav advantageous to all parties. be eilendedover the above lines. and I am the only one for three genera- - Maine has been rediemed from radical tals but they only go to show the strait Dr. C. I). Hnedaker, of Islington, who lluna that has," The Courts, however, did ing made his calling and election auro One Waldo took it into his head InFanoy Orocorlcs, wo havo Cap. misrule, by 2,000 insjorllr. Many distinthat party is in. Hancock needs no has been nut West this Hummer lor his not think .Mr. Dejarnette had Ihe rlglil to will gii to Ohio to morrow, wlure lie guished Sieakers are present. Hon. It. K. iat t)ie nt.arest romI to funl0 and gIo. certificate of character. His record is uod Oooda of ovory description, health, had a lltlicultrnt halt Uke, Utah, ,ethe ni,ter n ,i, own hands to the e J N lUtli.) urrMtviitle Las tHtnty appointments to speak. of (ieorgia Is speaking In Ihe ty was to start a new weekly uepul with It. T Smith, an old mIncorator,ln lent of miinlcrliig the or woman and he as cleau and as pure as driven snow Chocso, Maoouronl, Uploos, street and Judge Hoadley In Hopkins Hall; to I'eiinsjlvaii. licau paper at Onensbom. lie Isiuol which he wasshot dead Arternnnls lie till and the latter proli. and his enemies even can not find a very rightfully sentenced to but thefreipienl shouls render It Impossiia ami Virginia to hoop "em up for two numbers, ran his face for all lie ably fatally wounded. Smith had charged j (w Extracts ot all kinds. NEAR DEPOT, . STANFORD, KY. hanged. Haw In it. ble lo nolo Ihe guod words which they utHancock. Joo is a born orator and oouhl, anil then lit out, leaving his nuetiaaer wun sesiucing uie young laoy ter. The opinion ia freely expressed that Tilt: editor of the Sit. Sterling Dan-orii- it tho Iwj'a ia those States will tuinhle to creditors to mouru his loss. People whom he (Kinllhi was alioiil to insrry. ihe election of Hancock Is a foregone We alio keep a Large anil Oowplcte stock wants the publishers of Central his eloijtiFiice liy the hundreds. Kneilaker fired the first shot, and Smith waa r.ioirosrVr. conclusion. We retire at midnight, and should look with a careful e)e on the 4jJ (w4-)bf J. Ilafitiil Mirrl,iJhJ lio.toa-acquitted by Ihe examining court un the of China, Glow, and Queens ware, Kentucky to meet in his town aud re- Ijincaster has a piosjiecll.e Orchestral Ihe voice of and the shouts of vicN Duff ainl rr IfiiUliM () villi K'.irt Tin: Sixth Maine was (ieu'l. linn- - men who run around starting Hepub- - plea of self defense, 1.a.. ...1.... il.a SUV .pill VIV.IIS UU UJUID .... .ltl nn hin Ul TlJtrljr if Club. SU11V SliAS nil! tory are yet to be heard. Kverylhlng inLamps and Obiunejs. . .u King's Mountain, at which the King's Sam t'lagheimer iIom.iI his auction dicates that Indians, Ohio, Pennsylvania Wo see no u of such cocl" Knclc 'f8'raeni am. nearly nit subscriptions. ,'le K,'1'ier '" i',u,e were '" w iirnirillS(i to know that one Mountain Centennial is tn take placa on last Saturday night and lift for S'pringGMd, and other doubtful Slates will vie with a laeeling. II an editor is fool enough Mm Ih iroods Maine fur lh largest majority; and while 'olu"la",l '1,iey 1"wl Alao.agooUaasortment of Tinware, Hard. li'mlof the Arnolds at least, got his deserts llie..tlioliKlo.ier,.in thea line ol Uw Ohio. MonJav. tillna-witto give such credit, let him do it. It,'1' Atlanta and Charlotte railroad, nIII,inill, llnuij Ihey rry combination, it Is, nevertheless, war, Tobaccos, Clears, Notions, n' auinietijsuurg nn uy for murder. Ilia name was .loshua, on the line yalm will only be a iiuestiou of time when .ortli larollna and V, understand that some of Hi Hr-- 1 .... . 'i- - .1.1... i.. .i..i. ...t.i.. ....i... -- " and, In fact, every thing uau .. his imper will tuck its little toes tin inur tuiu .nuiiuuy suonvti uiai nn'y a couilll 01 JIUI. WHO was HUIig at Kni.ll, lndlna. 'i'14 Ulllrs mirll.en.l nf Iiienrsi kliois sivui iu . .,.. .ir.e euu.i, j l"T- -' lieu is.fy j iowr. do not intend to desert him now. miles wet W Inillslti imbtie Hevsssllr luali us a ltli.Lt ally kDt In a flrst-clalxlngtou, says the Ttuntctipt, alwint Mlaula and thirty-thre- e M I). Hi'uiim have been delayed 011 account of wsliione-- 1 der the daises. Truly, ao4 irMalse Ikem wl bsrastus aisl lb lisss All of Ihe House of the giuls ,carsaio for the killing I'lisrlolle, North Carolina iiirnl. That will never do. 'lake courage, UlN)M Wai.b and his sister off li'ty-threlern.-ii- . iiohbllt at Tm: Sunday Arju$ often tries to kind. caaaOiuHsau, gi , SeH ink I vltl.ua is. " geiitlcwati who nail Ihe railroads from Maryland In Teias my boy lake cestirage ' " aud occasionally succeeds be- - Uiekmau. Kv.. have been senteucwl be iuuuy, will sell lit lets toll good for thlrtr dars 'I h Ihanks uf III town are due Dr. I. ' ""H'tsr la KrinauUrr. at Mwiot Veriuu. to ' reuitenll.ry lor life lor lucst tho honor ofolhciatiiig at tho enter-taiume- at 1 tents per mile tath war Oroceries, Confectioneries, Fruits, todJ Iu own expectations. An inO. Young, a. Chairman of the Board of ' tt still lives and says the corpse Jraaupliaulb.liiasul islrliar2- alll alia, al all tlma, toU alls lo fuml.li to Auotlier glorious 'l luiautlclda. In telling his reader of Ihe ixinsoliiu- stance u an article in a recent issue Meats, Flour, Meal, Hats, Caps, , III, siii uir ' ,L, mM ntailillir .ins umiiii, iur was "just too lovely." laail lion uf the W and InlJIt'jtiutr, Kiniuelt ov. Hlaekburn to bar Bv4 Ibriu, sllb ILuuu, UrJ,;i'o-- I Hinds near Ihe ltpol llllcd up, aa Ihey will. Cmllt MJJIIer.tM ThslMluljer I'si.meul. unadulteratcl ppoitunity for which, for Simoupure Boots, 8hoes, Clothing, Tobaccos, Logan bids farewell lo Ihe Warren trinity S4 tVsjur. aa.1 sill all llirr 1st- - mater, Isjjva. .w blw V.KHt winds are generally disagree, the front with his little initiated ll.s wurst order of malaria tvukallitlrs wit,isuniurpasied.Thegistofitistliat0"'"e Ik IUihiU . Cigars, Canned Ooods, Tabs, Ruck l I... able and the one that blew the news ieople as follows. "'Ihe list alluded to hasrmsooriUlssliiswrdsrllrliita has made a eood tiovir.,''"1"- Jkaiu ittrljf, sul IU tltruluru eter ilif rwlprit would Ilk lo iudiilne l In hi here in some vallng, pitpsralosy to laying the founda- tliKocl ets, Sundries, Notions, &c., Ac. u iLi Hr- -l Turt-Jsrlt,t est) un us Ulurf J.mIiik .4 lu firtulls-- n 1 .. j4jasi 1.., ., sjwssr Ijiiias remarki.l Ufiiri. from Maine waiiio exception. At thing lender and touching- - lo ihe good .Imso.1 1 1, .mriliiiiiiiis ajrriT svv tvi U WMsssl It VI lluttoik tion fvr a ha iidsomv resideme which he NtilsHutarf I III wmW ssiushtbrre,au.t tty,Il,felt ,to ",0 ir0" gtO.IorSuUll..fn Ky. In ami i.f ll.o Maiuo caUslruphe that "we'll buy l hhII liw iwner. Ha, ha, ha, ha ! biilMlnjC wi llw lot I'UnlMwI of ' fr urrll 1 irf.HlH1J ...-.- . aldn lEetiulilifMin. It la ami. ' IH bs Iskss. I ks4Mn(e All k lift. oTIUrUr ibst ibsrss nsl suUI auotlier Iwr aalt urleuss. Warren ouuiily In particular, Ucause of Mrs, Mary K llolmrs, on hlanfoid M lkbljbeluarkil tuo Mato it utTCasary. Hut llnoi , ur.nii , , TllC ebt payers and Ke adjua 'era, . HaniMsk lor ,rreullpg lis. Wt sfsVstiaV r........., Will alM . the way In whh.li they hate taken him, a rl. Iturelor lu tn IhimJ UrMlwl no was noi lor saie, Mr. i.oguti Mia. Ibibin Itsy, an ged lady, moth, Issr riwM salutuf tb bslll l lisllysburg and Isk Hswiswiu.! ll ilnu ktri4i-aiitl- r " nisi lwW. h4 b !stt uf are iu council iu Kichmimd, Vu. aud t.kSsl.A 4rksat.l a.ast l.m tl.lA lll.lfi a can hut then there is Arkansas to ollsot stranger, in, but uilin- - l bui Hoods, Mrs. hturms, of this plst-e- , died un ! VVssblnala Illy sud estaUislilng a NMlbera ItMUalu (VjL Ura er of It is honed that u compromise .ill it. nhe voted to iny her houost debts sorrow lo Iw Indulgvl In by lira hired man, 'I'll ii r "lay nlghl, al her on huar (WlisJcissjr, aul will seiiufl tisu, llsueiMk uu U ellest us st Cull wlieia tu ueeil of auy. - am grMiU't Ibsl tils rslur bor bis lulliur will only lak a ho, tUisl.o Tut: King of paiu Is as mad as a and rolled tip a majority of oyer 62, effected o thst ouly one Hancock aud TEUIIUNK U VANAKHDAIsIi. in this county, ami was buried fiat- - gvulus Ibst Itwss DotLe Irooi gslulug Ibsl Lull!, tbtuu; lu our rtvshW4 00( f the Democracy. siuil Willi any who lor him, t'lnk, will Im voted for in hornet. It's a gal and he had set his ruuersi WlJ (i,.ttrsblssli,s aauUrsuf IL UuWu J. II such llier be, and aellle, at sow more unlsy iu uucasier iumery I 1 C lUla, Kalnwaa chance. oonvenlenl sas...i with llins whn hat limn nv till Uluson. ' Jlrra wa preai at her Iobtsiss lussirt Thev have lost their 'Maine' htsrtonahoy. I. HUN, Ust State. .Interior journal. T. STANPOKD, ICY. miMMunv, iir ,7 rich men in New AFAINK York wailed on Herd. Hancock an.t lobl bim that if lie would allow tliem KnlU into tlie Dniiocratle I4ne Atler tonamothe Smetary of the Trc- Twenty Years of RcpnMl- they would wn.i ti.cniseivci io, tain Control. rftje j..i5,000 towards tho legitimate Irtorj, ami Mould expenses n( lil election. Tliey forth- - It Wa a I'mnom Hate Keen K en IHi the 1'iirmsr f f to(j )im of l)e lice(iy con,lin f Majorities l(rliireit to :,M)U. 'the Democratic National Committee A si Mm r if "'"f.l i.. .iib m ui.nii, "' while"" ""'?' """'" "' " t.ree..r f' boy Notwithstanding Ida old ', ., ,. nan ..,.,. niSITlimil ' Huts nf gn n i Icon oM, li J"'1 StVEnANUt. ... totrn orti'iiiiK.T nr ',' SENAE & DUDDE fl lfM' 1 tnirrrl scial firlln We will bo found during 1SS0 nt iho snmo old stand, hotter proimred llinii over lo furnish our patrons with all hinds of "'iefiDry EHGLISHJSJ?';j: n - . .,... w JR.llie jrch. ling Goods, Notions, Furnishing Goods, ..j Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Carpets, &c. At Lowest Prices. than over. SEVERANCE DUDDEHAH. Tlinnkiii!; Ilinsc vim linvo stood by us so generously in (lie unst, we pruiiiisu nicrll, hy ftiir dealing greater sliare of patronage iu honest goods, even iW I'"!' l je ...... .. l ?...." ,...,.' o'n WHEAT BRIMS In t"ltll lj THE "FARMERS' FRIEND" Is tho best; puts tho wheat in tho ground and does not skip; has all tho latest improvomonts; has boon thoroughly tested. Call and sample I also handlo during tho seeding season a suitable FKKTirsIZKlt FOK W II HAT! Bought in lota to insuro Low also noar at baud fr season sech CAltfE IYIIL.LS, CIDER MILLS, MAYFIELD WATER. ELEVATOR. c., ant ifllMff. tbt J. f. J tcn Respectfully, GEO. D. WEAKEN. Ir turns Stanford Female College, M'AM'Mltll, .1. 1J. & tf WARREN m v. 'jint stoki:, Fruit Jars Fruit Jars Fruit Jars WO hao l'i:i(.IN MIIDIiltA' Jars, of all kinds and sizes. Also in Suiniiior coods: scle ir.f llr. l'rlrlul Grain Pitchforks, NHW FIRM TERHUNE & VANARSDALL hJust Un u.iiiiiiui) rot'.vri. ftm 11,1 -It h' ir'll ,. sikers .k " .. .. ' ... New Goods, "" ' ill. " ,J,T ,, " (jii,J .,i, i,i,ui, .... fiivuni ,.l ...s ,'"',,,lal'! ., nu l""""" "' "" " '''"'' ,..-- . vrl, flUisjaisl.llissulilri lt ImIu uu il ua " li.....: '"i""' tlir sre ngllitrckt ltu. ht r II.WAIlltlilN d'he inferior Friihy Morning; t.OVAI. Caiik Mi i.i Oimlry HTAMTOD, sctt. RsptsBikr M. 17, 1880. m 3 A W mi nrnlliiilaiilii ol.l IVm rai li. r. 11 a llpnllirn llila wrrk that llarlirl.l wmililii'l ariy a ini(l Nlalf Th alaka ar lirgf ami In gnml liaml k In I'rui V liitfATFix the (lebraleill'p I.IH, Cwitrr Bait mmmuhiI hand (I Owsley A IIIjkW. W'AKIIIn awl Jtwlry nrntnl ranted by CTieeaMih A I'ewny. PDlLHatkaTHri'iMtl rase, Kfetr MelM-ni- inii. kd Mnillll. kimnlf fee mkt ley Tun prn4a are lhal we will hare an rally Winter Three light froala hare fall en already, one on the nljlil of the lOlh, anelher on Ihe hlxhl of lire Hlh, ami the aider on Ihe Mghl nf the I llh tician of fjiiii'vill Tera llmiw ia at the Tiioae wlio hare IremWe whatever "with their tMoii are Invlteil lo rail ami ee liim. He guarantee enllr Mllifartlon In all who may favor him with their patronage. I'ebble ami line eryatala Inserted In ohl framra Til Ilantr merllnga r iiilinu ' draw the Mirifiti i rowds, lint as th mm i(iet seal in Ihi work i inanlfeat Tlirrr ia a great dlHerrnc in prrarblna; in cultivated ( hrMlan who have been rrgwlarly and mnalanlly nwrtureil on "the sine milk of Hi word," ami those who hear yery little ifany prrarhlmr. Ml.Hterllng Drm in Tm Wh Hnt l(XTfn.-T- he rciorl lhal nwr of Ihe nrgioea lhal If fl Crali Orchard fax Indiana had Urn killed and ml up hy and war. Hi mntleal atndrnla orer Ihrre, la iloiilil. he luemrer t. There ner only three. area IlAlTrn.--A ,,L 4i JtV l OamnnATr inn tiik IlUT rawer Hatur Ikwvka, Mats Mttl ti haa reached here lhal a man named er hw mfrlw orufctrnwlt A fenny. Darenporl ratlahnl Mra. I'llnlwth ' '".'i '.?"' "I4" V."&,finw--- . Trta- - fern hmrtln; borne at rWinder (IMa, Hill eounly, nd I...1 nil A HannyV been arretted for the dastardly act WlVOBfl (ll.Aofall at glass f uower pet ai ciien. ilii.ie iiHkne-i- ot Pon Ha lil Two rhandel iera, foil r brack sail A Penny's el lamp, one large mirror, two table conn. Wk miARisTrB wtf Heady-mixe- d (era, on writing deal, fire iloirn alio- Ityrrt In iMiallly ami IiinaMIItjr liAiea, (fnrhelrlng. The ebore article A I'rjirtivrRr, Toilet Noam, Half, Nail are all new, ami will lie aold cheap Htore ami IWIi llrith, and loitct article of room fur rrnl (leo II. Ilruce A Co. all klnda at Cbeiwisilt A I'cnny'a Mixm The New Yolk Ami gela the your mm nun-I- n If yew want to the sample of wall Mxr at Cticnault tragrily mlxeil in Ihi wle " V A I'enny'a. 'Ihey are lieaullfiil ami cheap eirruawaaal Idncaaler, Ky, and during J. II AS Shank have utl rrreivcd an Indian acrne, when many platola were a new 11 of .rlglrr Drew ' Mine, an. I also iiacharged, a young man aroae In hi wit a large Irrt of l.atetn ami Cincinnati ami ahol a dicenian dead. There apeara work t hare been no ranae for the deeil etrepl Wrhat a beautiful line of Ihe lalrst Call and riritemcnl alyhif Jewelry -- very flif Me- sec It Iwwrr imrehssing elsewhere l!rrr.in. Mionl all year ago, n man Hal ita Slfit. Umk at Hit Kentucky drain I'rlll No namnl Watklna waa klllcl at Ihe I A N clean out stalk. trah, ml. Ac. Irealle near town, and Ida widow aurd the II rnir aivrr every tlliirlt For sale by It 11. Company for damage. The roult waa, after many delaya, a Tcrdict of JOiOO I 'till am) lVni mk of lati Ilttrnrra in tier fjror. The (Vimpany took It to Ihe and Window III ia imw oin lete, he sold at Hit and will l jwrt inarkvl C'tMirl of Appeala, where It waa reecraed laat Friday. pile. Mrltalfrta A Mag. -- 1'leasesriid your addre an) AMiTiirn Virrrn. Iewia Wlilllry.col'J, I will forward I" you, free, K. Ihiltcriek A (V.ratahirae illustrating all tlie hew Kti left here 4 few daya ago fur Indlina, We roivaii and American rashirma, Jorph would like In liel lhal. If be don'l grl In Allen. IIW. III.. Ave, I.oeilavllle, Ky. the I'rnileiiliary, he will aerre a a aubjrrt Ml. (Win A I'll KIT, I thr rnterirls-ing.leal- for the mrdlral atudrnta' diaaccling table InNaddktrv ami lames, llirt-vlll- before many day. We bare wiillen lo by frt.pient adilltioni lure nuw lit the IWIora oner Ihrre In aend ua hi akiilt NK-Ilia lartrat ami momt ronitrlicnlrc er weight. In tliflr lln rrrrnflVml in IhU for a rtrtltiti. TUty kn p nothing but firtt tlaaa Tiiim CArrunrii. IVinilySherifTItube pNMliVaml k wlio kalronUe tliMn can ilo ra villi Hk aniiranrc lhal llirr will Krt Harrla who lia held a warrant againat llit Imt far llir lral nionrr Calf en thfm Jame llenge for aereral monlha, charging wlirn yen co Ia Dant illc and aare imny. hini with grand larceny In Madiaon Coun' Hating trn lr, aiiececded Tueaihy night In nibbing Ida Tl Wwrrtmi KmimAtn aiwJl.l llrKKHAL KMIiutATinx AurNT man at a liooae on the Homeract load leaib Ike NIUUA UNI; ai tlndnnali far for llir Malm of Miwh Hi, TrjCAa, An- - from Crab Orchard. He waa taken to kAMl, NrHRAaKA, KAXaAa, l'ol)nI"i), Iticbmond yealenlay. CI4iimia. ami lli Wnnrnx TrnBlTt-Kil- l, IlrjiK at lutT. 'The melancholy daya am fiillr irraml to fHrnlah, n.ir on appllmllmi, .ilaj", IjiikI tlmilan, fr-Ina- ; hare come," and ao hare Haydrn Ilrothera' Nil, (limatp. Ar Iowrl ratra made new Fallgooua come with them and arr alill mi imwirtiff, liwnaliM kmiiU r atnek coming. drop In and take a Ijdira, Oil n. t.r aJ.lir". (IKK A KMIIIIT, good look. Your Jul will be fraalcd eye tion (Imi'I KMliralion Apnl, N 1L tor. 4lli Ibe flool of food thing In "lore for you. Mnt Vtnr Mrrvls (Iminnall. Okh. We can not enumerate all of the lovely fabric, but will aay In a word thai all you i':wwv.i.. -- Ma. I Tll Ml be tlartMiMI need I there In abundance ami aa pretty ! Mm. 1L aa an opening roue In June -- UtmmMuMk ai lria UTaaaca ai 1M1. llrNTtW", ATtrxTioN' Mr. fc. l'orter . bMi4a la -- Maaa.a.r HimmI Mm IMfM l'Et. f tl enterpnilng firm of Mcllnb-erl- a larMlaMlW rll; A Mar;, led a dar or two ago for Cin -- HlTimmN. Iliaiam toe) tki wrk w cinnati, where he will ptirchaiv a large breech-loadin- g -Shot Jinhix HM.J. a HaaiNm laUaai alock of double-barre- l, Gun, aingle and double niuitle-loader-- Mm n. OaxM KlILat baa Mataaai Htm a aliot, jiewder, cla, hotK)Uche, llaaka, kaajlky rlall to latattaau -- )4a.JaaartBtela la UactoaMI lartoaj gameMga, Implerornla for loading aliella, la a Mf IV m Wtoar aaaa. They will arrive In a few day, MHa laatia Caertataw ton MkIit Ita Me and will be aold at the loweat Cgnrra. liaaaa fliMaai. M laaWlaa). Maa. -- It oaalkaafM tan aeaaa lhal l. naatkn new from Maine iachcer- Maim M H leaali IU Wikt. im rmH Inf, amljiiat what the Democrat wanted to Sa.ek I. H. I . la al Ma tbttoe, after a bear. Tlie newa from I lay Jen Ilrothera la Him altark W kfer Uto la Maftoaa MM Aaaw rvaaaaj. a4 kae inaala MM jualaa good If not more Important. They arrlnj al IM (Mtoaja Ul I iMr frrrt tare mtde room by exlenaire Summer -- Ma. II P. wiinaMi Sale for Khikii, the brat and moat faried aUxk of far Ma atari la, ku rilaraail aatlealr ra good ever ojicncd in Ihe town of .Stanford, Jaalh Hftaaiiwi aa, tM, 4 lAaMeMe U. and errrr expreaa train bring them ki aaatkef. Mn. CM. t . II. ItoeMataa MMM Ciia. ltmutMaalalaaTiua-Ja- j dndrablr. Men, woium anJ aaakae way toaai ftaaa a paiaiaa ttoit aa Hwl children are flocking there to buy their hrvl. gooda. --Ma 1. C. lafvtBT, T MaaIMU. wh Ma tea !( HVUw km, l ynMtlay M Ma The I) run Aw c Two or three month hawiak -- Mia.JiH U, Mn. Mm Mala airi Un. ago, Itobrrt Nunnelley and John 1!. were arretted In 1'ulaakl, chargnl by i Mi Jm It nMS(V hare rtara4, .Mlaill wU Pk-- I W a negro with Ihe murder of an unknown -- Ma. (I. K Miami ill to MM4af ft llaawr- man fifteen year ago, whoa aktljlon had ilrarraTeaaa, with a twr aaraf tola Ik aaerecently been found in a aink.hole near Ma. A. Jawaa aan J Xaum.ia., at Sotnrct Thla week, Mr. Marion Nunr4ae)iaj a fm a aig atoak f ai Klapim. nelley, a kinaman of Ihe man In jail, took Kr. Naaawwa to llini. to Homeraet ono John Millia, who alatea Maa Maaaia Mcltowaarc, ml Ikuaatna, a4 MM Jaada rltaiaato warUwgwaaii fMaa.Jlia that lie la lite unknown man thai It waa ipioed had murdered, which, if It Miltotnl. Kr . Ikh w -- MmuIk.iI. ataiaat M Uur l. can bo awhatantialrd, will releaao Nunnel tMnew laail ira a IMCattaaaMfearrlarJ ley and (lliniore from a Terr unplraaanl an4 tnlrfnl umm IbalrilatM. Mm llama lavtii aan Miakia Caw, f predicament. IMIWrarrafUl aliWrlMi4, wr lUe gaaaaaaa IbiUMiTn Dir. John Wall and liia Mn, m W. IV44illl iMa aik. brother I to Wit, who llr' near McKinner, -- Pa. II H aa raalaeal awalM ILii Wr, wM ka Wmi leaalhai MM Mara Leajaa. got on a drunken aprre tlio ether niglitand waa tkla wk. while in that condition fell to fighting. -- UnKitiU llirruaii.avtiariMlRf aMa al Hubert got John down and waa ioundiiig wMbaa lani alailtoa rlallfla llrriHiilrr4, hint aerercly when he (John) drew Ida IMIral KeftliHkj, r4nMl ltNMMi aaaalaaj, knUeaml aucreeilnl in driving It to the UtMhMNiaaitHti. -- (VuW II. llaaiH.tr, Ik aiMtMl ItovaUMta Mil between Iho ahuulder blade, penetratlillllklMttrl, waa la Ma jwfefJar. II ing tW Iiaek liono and caualng paralyai. M kal luiaM lit aw Man Main a4 allkaaajk John I under arrrat and be very waa ul Mlrlr without M. I Mlaw IVaUru.l rata, affly taBl Mirry foe hi arl, though he raya be ha WMIe. Maaakaalar. M Uaal IValWy awl Naaaaa not the aligheal riccollcction of It. The laaar,UiMvln " Tliltfrtwlca'tirUewat kaa Doctor r that ItoUrt can not live. I.A- al Mm raawltol at Ikk mtMi wllk a rvaai t John woa trlnl before ljunilre Car- TKIL II It tor Ik wik aon ywlcnlay and acipiilled, a tin re were Tlia a&l aal waw awkaarlkrr W l PrarlM, Ito IM.: J I. Chub, W no wltneiwr In Ihe net or any proof lo ahow ar (). Atoan.lr, K M lUaklaM, Itokrtt MaAHlt, that the cutting waa not an acciJtnt. Mantonl, J K. IVIi.C rl.llrkJ, lunl ekMuwr llallbeJ, MMwr, Z K. Ta;M, AlUuta, (la., T notiii n Miiiai I'wi a Cinr, A week N lUUnavn, Nrnda, M., Mn. Kal 1 valcr, or two ago, we gave an account of Iho wonJha I Pa, Mklunj, Tias Jaa. derful cure of Mr. MidklfT, rraulllng from A. PvlSuiv, AlUnla, lla , T M Mtaaklrr a., kjr JJtMrra)l M. IW..A. Ihecarucat prayer of faith by hcraelf and u,la, l.a ( li IkvllB, HwiIIMiJ, WliiHtawn, Mr. II. T. Harrla. Thla week, we have lu.1, Pan I Mlltor llabwUIi IV U. Mlltoa. another euro even miraculoii than inor II. J O IklMi, UklMMkl, CWJalktlll the fin! lo chronicle. Far aevcii lon yenr IWi.i, klkr lljr. iSalr ilnuiwii, Mi Mary McAfee, daughter of Mr. Mc luk J A (llatM, Mcklar Afee, at the Crab Orchard toll-gathaa I OVA I. .VAITIUIS. lain on her Ifd, with Spinal Diac.iae, al I'll:! raw Ihiiwi iluit $100 ier eat at moat unable to move herself. The aklll of numeroii phyriclana and the rlucacy of deo. 1). WVarcnV many miilli.lnc bare been cxcrtiil on her TlIK Priiiale L'ollft-- upiMieil with SI niul In vain, and abe, allhouuh young In year, the Mate Heintiiary Willi 17 acholara. deapairrd of ever being able lo riao from her couch. Hut Mra. Harrla viailed her ('ANf Mil ijf, ami Mvlawea Kraper.itiira, illacour-agecheaper than eterUforo wld at (lea. I. and entreated her not to become but to remember that prayer and M'rairn'a lallh had accomplished even greater cure II. (I. Al.mitlil.aaa Kal ml of 'a than liera. She read her of the many blea Tool and a guod l'.ilrnlTIre Drill ted promlar of the I'.iMo lo Ihoao who pray whlili ho will vaaJI rhnap. believing Ihey will reveive, ami to- I'enralsat Atn'ik - al O"'!,. Il U.li Aiinnrrnti FonStrAiiKi. V V. Haw-lefor a long lime mall agenl on the 11" anon llranrh, waa arrcalnl Toeailay In Ixilavllle, charged withembeitling lettera from lh nulla and lodged In Jail In default of bill. Frequent loe hive been complained ef by part Ira along the road and fnralongllmelheilepirlnirnlwa unable In fix even a aiiaplcion, A deteetlrr waa finally put lo work and by mean of decor Icllera juweeded In fixing Ihe guilt on liawley The penalty againat meli rah not be too great Co The Immrnaely clothing mm, corner of Third and Market Slrreta, Ioulavllle, Ky., wlab to make your acquaintance thia Fall and Winter In order to ahow their large Flock ol Overcoat and Nulla for Men, Youtha, School hoy and Uiihlrcn They are "Hot" from oiirWorkahope, thry will get "waimll" aalhe weather grow 'Vol.! It." The price are "all right" and Ihe auila hare got to be "all right" and If you don I find them "all right" we will make It "all right," aa we prooc to do the clothing buainea "all right," the gent' furniahing gooda buainea "all right," the tailoring buainc "all right," the children a clothing buainea "all right," and alill you will find we are more than all wo "wrlle." Cut thla out ami keep it for future reference nerat. Her. Green Clay Smith rloacel lit mrrt-lu- g al Ihe lt Ikl Church last nlghl. Tht visible resulla ar eleven addillona eight by eirlenre and baptism, and threes by letter. In addition to thla, Iho member hive lieen greatly benrfitnl and rrvlvnl, and Ihe good elTeela will lie fell many day lietire. Gen. Smith la an eloquent speaker and an earnest worker In Id Master's muse, ami ha endeared himself toll e pro-til- e nCIli! enlire Miirliuuniiy. Tm I i i iTofrt I- - liprmtwith I fine weaihrr and gnod a The first race was for all ages one purse of mile. JoliMnn Ilennwn won, In I ID) Montreal lllniynr ihinl The waa stake, 1 1 miles, .'or won by Howling Green In Fontn second, Klnlc.nl third The filly slake. id a mile, fur olds, waa taken by Minnie C, In Valorli srennd, I'ride $!', ard when there were ten tin uaml iier n at thi Itirberiie, tint a- I" fri in li I hav log anv .Hawser, we had a glnn us nme heiglcmaw klll,flweshall not Kaon forget Ihe dlnnrlc finite at Inland Net. 10. A we Journeyed liotswi through Lancaster, we called al Mr. Jim Klhmird'e o gel some cake ami candy Imt the teller seemed I be mere aneJenl lltan atlatiMr. When we arrived Imhh we wrr In a gswwl condition to enable u lo enjoy one of AM weieeo-Ttlitl- y t IWa (flf.tri. Mew Itauajhmart, I (right ami - Iter I I thinraar and lie. Jai ksnn (eillins, of Unwell county, laMh of the Sep ar4 Ikvptlsl ChnrrK, ar ttobllm- - a im Ifwetrel wseetlsrit al Isrsasti Creek Meeting Iibwiii, ahrnit U wile fnwn tht place. Jwrlf J II Hteine rerHveil a few day sew Irmn G K IWiwk, of Itiwrlemrllhs a pair of llWroiighhrnl Mall cat, said In a Ihe finest in the whole eemrrtry, n we raped owr limn will be rlraled of mla In a Month Nearly Trybly in Ibis eiwinly r Wri lu. CflothiiLg third. TrrsnAY. J. WlKTrnA i.AMt.HTotn A.n Gro D. Wearen ia rnor. ft cenl nolhrr bright, cool day. The first rce waa a selling wrrpatakri for all ages; 1 mile daahi won by Mia Nailer In 3slaV; Awtlietflry second, Dlancbe J. thlnl. The srcnml rice wia for a pirrn of $200; II mile. Itrnnwn took It In I 5- - Htmyar second; King Dutchman third. The mlla' I'r--c 'ct rf mil, won by Sirsfield, Silcx second, Ihroineler Ihlrd. No time given. A Han'a pool tuper. II rr rfie'i if rr. llioci J4 ihi & m ir I.uirrii vtitit Hi MoTiint Lwrl offli county From time whereof Ihe memory of man runneth not lo Ihe contrary, the mother. haa been the aubjert of ill nature! would rrraaiLa, and Ihe average ann aa aoon think of running of! with the devil aa with one of them. Hut all inother-in- law are not bad at leaat, Henry Storm, who lived near Gilbert Creek, In thla eounly, didn'l think lilawaa, for a few dara ago he atole Ihe old lady from her hualund ami lit out to enjoy a honeymoon of illicit love Storma ia a young man of -- J or 33, ml had lately widower, ami aa there were no more giria In the family, he took the old lady, wlni la aa old again aahe ia, to help him drown hi Borrow Mr Kate, the huaband of the woman, doe not proiioae to rait any mw alioul the mailer, a he think Ihe young man 'a puniahnient will be great rnougli If be lire with the woman any length of tin.r. The inference ia that the guilty party ha gone lo Marion it law best. -- Good butter ia worth "0 to 40 cent in Lexington, but here il command only 2ft cents. II. C. McDowell haa sold hi grrit trotter, Trinket, to a Cbllfernia prty for $11,-00- 0 cash. The total wheal crop of Illinois ia huahrla, the largest ever raised In The firrl race was for J of f for beat seed wheal. a mile; Iny filly by King Alphonsn first, W. C. V. Stout sold in Georgetown MO Valparaiso second; Iny filly by Inngfellow sheep al tlfi per brad. for third. Time 1:17 J Thi sweepstake A lot of yearling mules sold In Scott that never won a rice; mile this wrrk al t; per brad. heats; won by Apothecary In two straight Jno.Diinean of Madison sold 200 choice heats. Time 1 10 and 1 40 An rxtra .1(10 rattle to McCann of at $1 70 race of 1 of a mile heals wa w n by Tom -J- ohnS OwaleysoldSJ head of 1,010 Harlow In t 17 and 1.171. Ibi cattle to M Sinn at 4) rents. Joe. A. Cohen sold lo Farrla A F.lkin 7 hog weighing 2.S7 lb, at l cent. MofC'lI'Ml'lt Mill Hale A Nunnelley sold lo John Kim Kids llillou and Stanley are rondnrt' Owaley ."UiO sheep at $2 00 per bead. Ing n very Interesting meeting at lluli -- W. II. Murphy sold 15 head of StlJ-ll- . llranch, hog lo Morrland A Kandidge at 4 J cents. Mr. Wm. llnbbln sold to II. N. I'rew-il- l, There I a decided boom In fat cattle old steers at of Doyle, 17 Ihree-yra- r and bolder are now asking $1 "! to $i fr I plying to wrniwiiiT. Mito.v cr.ri. 31 cents. Mr. C. II. linglemin ia remodeling Ida mill preparatory to putting In a new wa the Stale. Farrvs A lilkin shipped lo Cincinnati d yesterday a of 201 pound hoga, for which thry paid $1 70. J. A. Given purchased a car load of aged mule in Whitley county thi week, for which he paid from to $100. J. I). Hwo went South Wednesday load of horse and mulea for withacar which he paid from $50 to $1 V) per bead. Ninety 1.0S7 lli cattle and one hundred 1,700 Hi cattle were bought in Fayette last week, for shipment to Holland, at $1.76 iercwt. . II anion sold lo Jame II. Him- ilton 75 acrra of Casey County land at $3. and 50 acre to Geo. II, Dough at $125 I r acre The tobacco grower of Virginia claim tint the adoption of the Harnett proces for curing tobacco will save J500.O0O annually lo lliat Stale. Laat year' augar crop In Loualana amounted lo 21 1,740.002 Unvalued at The moiasae crop in the same State waa 274,410 barrels. The rice crop Dan l.nglcman, ofelor,had oncotliij badly cut while cutting corn. l! profusely for several hours liefure it could be stopped The picnio on Saturday last waa a success. c are sorry, though, that there were some under the Impression lhal It waa an allair, and time missel their lews Geo. Wilson ami Mai. were united In tho holy Immt f milrlmowy to Malinda and Harll.li Lfnllrrll last A. A. Smith, l!ra ami Wm. Single-IoMat. ClauneJu. Frank Martin and Mr. Ilcllie nfley are among "the maimed, lira Imlt and the blind" in our mht4 this week. Our townsman, It. J. CoiTey. Is r rhacd real estate at Dinvllle Junction, ami Is now making prrtnrallerHi to erect a etwrlling house and shoestere thereon, to which he will move in a lew wrrk. In lb last few week there hive been , eighteen btrlha In thla ami not a girl has appeared among llitln. To the atmospheric I room-slic- k navigilora we will suggest Drat Ihi lc laced neir the anchor of Ihclr inot delightful sailing vrcl, as an omrn for war Mr. 1'eter Warren died one night last week. She left a devoted husband ai.d four little dill Irtn, who deeply morn her nrly departure. She had for several year a member of Ihe Ilaptist Church at Olivet, A litnear which place she wa buried tle son of Mr. Samuel I'rtvitt died ami was buried one day last wiek One day last week D. W. Yeiser, a mule seciilalor from Shelby City, was ex and about 10 pccteil at M. I. young mule wore brought out for sale Owing to some unknown hindrance1, Mr Yeiser did not come, and the mule are yet for sale to some trailer who Ins "stamp" and courage to vlll on "desperate" conn- - deeJy Inlerralnt In lire rice wk (MWmUacsinar. Tk hirst new I lhal tho race will IsMwem A. II Mark, (Dem,) and lien llransain, (H(i,l Ihe other three or fewer Mndhhte haeliag withdrawn. If twi lie true, Crari Ja snr loTw rlmnl, rmr JirMrreanf the) l'e ar pidllleilly illvl'le.1, with nlnut ten Deimerla In six fr Schiol li ir HeiHiUlniB. IJcerna wrt issueil frmH owr (kiunly Office en the Mh Inst, for the mar rlge oT I!en Alwoml to Mia Virginia I'rrk; and on the 1 lit, for the aiarrlagcof W. M. Lay lo Mr Imuvina Stcvrn. Mr. Pharp was married on the 7th to Mix Nan nie llrarraoti Mr. Sharp ia one of our meat Industrious ami upright young men, and lit many friend wfsb him a long and proa (erern. married life The young men of our town have by subscription, about $150 will which lo Imy u set of horns. They have organised a I land ami bare in their possession yome old Instruments on which they are practicing, and all who are so unfortunate a to lie In I ruing ap rcchle their swect-am- ! melodious music from dusk until the wco small hour of morning, llul, it will not lie long till Liberty will be supplied with as good musicians a any town In Kentucky. Mis Nannie llrown, of Hilstenville, and Ml Alice Cabliell, of thla place, are visiting Miss Maggie Allen Mr 1. W. Napier ami Dr O. II Mclloberta spent last Saturday ami Sunday InDuunvillc and Clerk vicinity l.obL Williams and Joshua dinners. Mr D. Hngliea made a very inter on esting speech at Ilrigbt' School-Hous- e He told about all Saturday night laat. the mean thing that Garfield ever did. It well enough that Col. Henry Hans ford wa not J rracnt, liecause be would hive lieen badly used up. IYksonai. i our trail Orchard cor resilent attended the picnic last Saturday. Mr. Iluller Knglrman aaya lint you had Ida name In full hat week, but the middle ortion. Try it again. Mr. Kd. Slaughter and little son, Johnnie, of I'arksville, were on a visit lo hia slater, Mrs. G. It. McCanley, this week. Mis Clark Fngleman has returned home from Ilrodheiil. Miss Iou Yeagrr and Mrs. Dick Ilruce aro visiting Stanford this week. M A,i. 'Ihe hafall lll ed even $J1. Owen News. A S. Myers Iioughl of G. 1'. Ilamsey 21 acre of land lying near the toll Rite on the Lancaster pike at $02.50 rr acre. lace, 8. II. IUughman,and other-- ; but thry Henry M Ware bought of same 47 acres won't get caught any more al Icaal, Ihey on Crab Orchard pike for $GtiO. think Ihey won't now. For the liencfit of J. h. Karri ha uat gotten through thoae who may hereafter have buaineaa with hia wheat crop and find that the connection with Mayer, we will atate that yield of 37 acres was 1 050 bushe!. It wa he la amall of statue, nandyhaired, blue-eyeof the Fulta variety and very heavy, ono and with hia broken rngliah and hundred bushel by measure weighing fulin hia apeech, can acarcely make ly 110. liimaclf understood, raiecially if he gela Five dollars could have Iwen realiied the leaat excited. "We we we well," in l'aria Monday for choice F.ngliah beef. he played it fine, and Ida creditor have Mr. Jacob Hoatetlcr, of thi county, who for which they paid well. learned a baa 100 extra fine cattle, averaging 1,700, baa declined $185 ami would decline $5. Sunday week, llich-ar- d Mayer, the little Dutchman who baa Ucn running a butcher shop here for the laat year or ao, took the train, Mylng that he waa going lo Islington lo get mirrird lo a gal "dot had eight bunder dollar." He waa to lie bark In a few day, but Im daya glided along apace,and alill came not d Kichard Then thoe whom he bad into Uniting him for cattle lrgan to av among Ihemaelvea "Why larrirth heaolongv" So they lgan to count up hia indebtrdne, and found that it waa over SftXI, and thry knew at once why he tarried. He had, by frequent amall pur chaaea and promptne in paying, won confidence, and now thnae who Iruated him mourn aa Ihoae who have no hoie. Among (I.Walthem are John Mcltoberta, Sr , HKirrrnOirr 11 fnsfoiiifflr. A rqiort has reached thia place lo Ihe effect that fagan Montgom ery, a young 100,t9 liarrels. Thorns Hill, Deputy Merrill" of lid county, aoM In Cincinnati, six boghead of tobacco, the best bringing him $25.75, the lowes 11 25 Hia whole crop averag- can, formerly resident here, shot and se- riously wounded a railroad conductor somewhere in Kansas His friend here are distressed In A private letter from Jacob Y. Car penter, late of thi county, rjiraks cheerfully of his Texas home Jake wiite that he hia licked hi cotton, githcred Ida corn, and "cribbed" a 12 tiouiid baby. Ita name Is Winfield Scott Hancock, Ac. The exodus to the schools occurred on Monday, carrying ofl nearly all the girl from this region The liat would be entirely too long nnd their destinations too various to lie inserted In thia paer. It is probable, however, Hist Hie boy know where they have gone. IL K. I locker ic still alive, but vrry low. There ia little or no prosjiect of his His friend at a distince will lie recovery. glad to learn that he waa last Sunday, at hia own earnest request, received into Ihe l'rr'byterian Church, of which hi father waa long a beloved F.lder. The scene wa one of the most aflecttng wc have ever witnessed. Tlio thanks of the cortesiwmlcnt are tendered Ihe editor for the amiable tuannrr in which be touched off that long sermon. If the i'J. alioul J ever have the misfortune to turn preacher, one bearer ia hereby pledged to listen patiently and attentively from the text to the doxoiogy, even though Ihe discourse should continue "frou orn to dewy eve." Soc Owen and family haie returned from the Cumberland Falls, after a pleasant and, we think, profitable season. He looks well, and his moral are undoubtedly all right, for be sent In to your correspondent a euiwrb dish of venison steak of a character that would hale knocked t! bottom out of the mot solemn vow of the hi.t,k;i(ii, llall, l(jala iln W. nk, ami luiwrlant (I AliTKIH.V una llal C'iiVHT Waa In aowiwi thla all but Ihreouf the cjghlceu un- of. were quiekly -- ilpol Dudley TuLIu, an account of wliwe IrrriU iivuiiM lie a train on the Untinuatl buuthrrn we ga lait week, huaajno illel of IiU Injur) Dim or Ilia Inhhuih. ( oiimun hi ueuu Mr. H. IMIrniry, Jr will leach the Common befool in IhU lU old IUU l'rcrl.v on Main Mrtcl rieenlly KirclMucl ly Mr. Ikiugh man. He will euiunicme licit Monday. A l'uoUill Law. a man aentencd lo Tl the lawrt.iulrMllnl Woik-lmur- o ahall day. Mr. New-lan- d labor only eight hour aaya he uukm liia men work at Uaal that lou;, ani Ihtnka that w did him In Juitlce In our remark 3D Ihe aublitt laat week. gether they united their bumble auppllca-lio- n lo the Almighty throne. One prayer did not aullitv, but many were oUVred up day after day, until vcalcrd.iy iiiornlng, whin they were auaweml In Iho luont complete manner lliriHiliureaM-d.litraliriigtI- i returnetl and ah got up, drmwd hrraelf, and when alio eought her mothir In an adjoining loom, the old lady thought lhal ah beheld an apparition, llut great waa her joy on fimlliur tint her daughter, ao long au invalid, waa restored whole a before, and ther both Ml on tin lr knee and pour tl out their liratt In thaukfiilne toUod. ThU I no huey akctth; the facia are Into tu life. Wedniiwlay the young lady waa yeterday we mw her walking about fully rtwtored lo health. lb akeplic doubt ami Ihe iiuUlleving dmv, yet Ihe facia Iroialii and can I anUtanll-ale- d by hundrrda of uui ciliiena Leo Haydrn sold to M. Strain four Dan'l Stagg aold to H. cattle at Frank Harri for future delivery bis lot of cattle at 4( cts. Capl. II. F. l'owell Jame A, Harris and James Crow sold their lota (u Wm. rrewllt to be delivered In the Iter. W. W. Harri', formerly jiaatnr future at sauie price. of Die Ilaplial Church here, died In Tcxa -- Geo. 1. Urlght has lelt at thla otlke a recently, after a long am' aevere illneiw. coupl of I'eail Millet stalks that measure The American Uible Society ha Juat over trti feet each. 11 says it Ia a great pre on which a improvement over the Hungarian Millet, procured a whole edition of the Ilible can lie mule In aa three full croM can bo cut a year from leaa than a minute. It, bcahlrs being belter feed. He had only ml Lot Lackey, three pinta of reed to commence on, o he Ileva. Waller colored, are conducting a meeting at their wa unable lo test it thi yeir, preferring Church on Hanging Fork and have had to save all for seed and gne il a thorough three addillona to date. trial next year. The Mcthodiat Church at thla place I.I ximiio( CoutiT. From 250 to 300 ha raised the full amount of all assess- cattle on Iho market, with price ranging ment against it, the total being Sb7,which from $2.50 to $1 I'er hundred. There ia an average of $7.Go for etcry man, wowere about 100 mules on the markct,mot- man and child holding membership in It ly broke, with sale made at from $05 to I!cv, G. W. Thompson, of llrrantaville, $US The supply of hones waa large and write that he haa Just closed a meeting al Ihe demand good, with lulca made from Fpheau In thi county, with 13 addition $03to $100, according to ipjalily. There lo thecliurch,Hby letter, 1 by baptism nnd wa an active demand for good Buckling 1 restored. Keva. J.N lteynoldaand Kno mules, with sale uiado al from $50 lo $70. In Ihe meeting. Alten Mare mules of first quality would have After finlahing at Mt. Sterling, Iter. brought $75 readily. sold at from Geo. O. liarne will go lo WlmheiUr. All $.1 to $1 50 per head. of Ihclhurchca at the latter place have At Mr. Hlgginbolhau.' sale on Frirefused him the use of their building, and day last, yearling steer brought $25; aulucriptlon are being made to rent Ihe $35, calves, $10, sheep, $1.50 to Mualo Hall for Id meetinga. $5S5. hogs, $130; yoke of cattle, $117 to Iter, J, M, Ilruce baptlied the follow$130... C H. Ureck, Master Commissioning ieron In Ixiran'a Cm K yesterday af- er, sold laat Friday to S. I. Wallers 641 MIsm Mary Nunnelley and ternoon acres, Ihe proerly of the late Mr. Mary Kennedy, Mra. Amnion and M es. Dunn, at $23 per acre. Alao, lo W. S. Jame and llobtrt Nunnelley, Itichard Hume 201 acre of the Curt Campbell llradley and John McUoberla, Jr. r farm, at Silver Creek Station, at $30 The sixteenth aesaion of Iho Ktnlucky acre. WillUm Kanatzar also sold his Annual Conference of Ihe M. 1'. Church, farm, on Tate Creek, for $5,000... Win. South, convened In Islington, Wednesday Arnold sold to L. W. Hudson 3S of the and will ramaln In e!on eight daya. finest and fittest mule that have passed There I a full attendance and an interest- through the street of Itichmond In a great ing meeting ia assured. Iliahop Mclu-lyr- e while. They were yeaterday to preside, New Oileana. The price paid waa $151 50 'Iho Committee appointed from the pel head lliclimond ltegiater. Mt. "sterling, l'aria and Winchester ChurchI'nfavurable rcwrt Cincinnati. es to settle Ihe organ question In the from Ihe I!st liaa bad Ihe tendency to Christian Chlinli III Owlngaville have de- slightly lower the rlre of tattle. Hoga cided that it may be used In Ihe Sunday-Schoremain ijuict. Sheep are in fair demand. but not In the Church service. Following are Ihe This I rather a fine KIut qlkiUTIO.s.. llev. J. S. SI ma left fur Ihe Conference CaVTLfc lliiod larfcttUwUiliiura- l.aikjlll 4 ! at Lexioglon, Monday IN baa made Ihe Pair to uul k!i ra- - .. . ClwuJ Utbolew evwBMHM. a.Mi,w Chuich here a good aator and ha lo en(iwud t rlwliw klleM.u .... mm a. tai cxt grafted himself in the heatla of Ida mem. MOqiIW t Vim moil I gwl h ,M bera lhal they have, without a single ex.. bcewkeaa ...MH l.viaja a.tOuiB.11) . We ception, .lltloiied for hia return. ekiuiiiiwa la tslr mw -hoi) and believe It will be granted. (Vmnwu to choice.. 'Iho l'aaalon l'lay, In which the cruel flUfcr LiulviVMiuiiou to ihleMH.Mi a,0Mw) fix Ion, Buffering and diaili of our Savior la In IsHilsville, the following are Ihe to be iorlrayed, will bo put on the stage of eil'OTATIOk. a New York theatre In a few week. It UMiallAO waa presented In San Francisco laat Winx.esl lo Ckiuiuiuu la extra uaeuMHMHM.MMM &M 1 ter and created a great sensation; but, fur J.LI .lo. ken Lit u IM Ultilirrs 111 taoi 111 sake of decency and Christianity , it hbUlicia a 00 u S hoped lhal BOMcriliglouaan entertainment . CWIi IN Ukl 1111 ' would nevi r be given this aid of Ihe lb ky fllBLr CVuiiwhi lo talra. V7 lo 4 to) ' V "3 la Mountains. OeuiuOBIo Sllrstauba 4eVl I!t .I'er. Itiahop Dudley will preirh at the Mcthodiat Church here on Ihe night of the -i- ter I. 8. McF.lroy, o( Mbuouri, will preach at the rreabytcrian Church next Sunday morning and night. -- Ix. l'rea 3. In jnsll-- e to Hugh ami l'hillip Itlrli ard. nc make another correction lid week. Hugh was not present when hi father and Colman bad Ihe difficulty of which we ioke last week, l'liillp was, but diil not participate The statement of the unfoitiinate atlair waa given At first just a we heard it, and hiring no ill will against either party, it was not our i to prejudice any one against them Heiiben Harris bought of JcIT Floyd one 0 year-ol- J mule for $0, another of John Williams for $l" . John Trcbridge bought of David Trobrielgo an Iemp l'helpa bought of mule for $125 Jackson St rowd one mule for $140.... S. t.Goocli bought of Thos. Anderson ono steer for $40 . II J. Cofiey sold to II. J. Caldwell a small lot of standing corn, giiescd at five turrets, forS17.0. There ia a regular "aelllnR bee" at conducted by l'rof Halifax School-hoiitDavid Dye Tho entertainments are girrn every Friday night, at which time the house is Insufficient to hold the people who attend When spelling ia no longer interesting, siecches arc made by Ihe young men nnd essays read by Ihe young ladies, until some fellow who enjoys the 'luxury of a watch" announce thai It Is about when Ihe "delightful season" close, and the devoted worshipper of the goddes of wisdom reluctantly leave the time honored place of instruction. meeting will begin at A protracte-night, conDouble Spring on Tuesday ducted by l'ev Wm. Wright nnd other distinguished divine.. The Double Springs Fibbath School Association will convene at Dec Lick Grange Hall, near the Kock-castline, the 3d batnrdny and Sunday in October. The Association ia yd in its infancy, Ibis being but the third session since ilsorginiration, in 1877. Our neighboring school are making tlio necessary preparation 13 make the cnteitaiument a success in every particular All Sabbath School workera arc iniited tu attend ami assist in jierfectiii arrangements lo mike thi a delightful occasion Stone made a living trip lo Hiiatonville on Mr Gro. A. l'rcwitt, our Sunday last Circuit Clerk, is suffering vrry much with granulated sore eyes...... Mrs. Danl Cole man, a charming young union from is visiting the family of Mr K. L. Tanner. One ol our young bachelors la happy .Mis Mo'licKsre, of Jamestown, pas-e- il through town a chy or two ogo on Miss her way to school at Dunnville Maggie Mills, of Ilr.dforilaville.i the guest of Mis l.lta Taylor, of this county ..Willie Tanner went lo Lexington last F C Whipp, Saturday to attend school one of our best young men, 1 attending Mis Sallio Tan school at Onensburo ner icnt seveial days last week with Misa Mattie ColTsy . .Mr. Jame A Stair, who has lieen very tick for some time, is alioul well. ami countrymen lent m Ibibbd, year ea ' im w will endeavor lo tell yon of th aung Mertlaof a asHtells wltoaerwaheaare hy tkeasarsl. lllsDr MarahaU-- a Ueouoltne, lli Ureal UMsl Madkln lr your l4otl Is Impure II arsl rtiu4c cover your face, take Ilo uiollne roar Itvee tetorpljait.1 rehiacatoperfunii Italunc lien tlie wliltca ofltieye lions, rum llroniolln? flabtj anJ deaa lorn yttkiw, Ilia akin looking, It litkentlnio lotlakiBgaoiuellilnathal glv you 111 hue of health That aoinellilD2 will la fir Ma'atiall'i llrvmollne. whleli w tell you liaa nocioal aaaeurative agent. Trial Mttlos free. Hoi 1 ky Llicnault A Penny Ihwular alao f 31 IT n ao uana o Co $ AllUKTLMMTS. TatvKIS NOTICI3! baTe jturiltaiawtl til orili airrouoli of Die lite tirmofMarKbiiN A i.ui47 iivl htfo larc-i- t Utui (iMitrjr lir roliVo In tbiMiHlwsr4H)till( ttMi knotrln lhfiuthw I ml He! All wUltrcinfora liTi-- r ami mt Ilirutwlrei trooli Ir veittlniz with Mm atoucr otherwlK1, irtfaliironU Irun t UMt wtllllitllu,l O. It. MltSt'IIM., AGENTS WANTED! roUTML klaNTl K IMr AttMisiMkrn lira Trip(-ri(-ftto tnttr wHI rnvwMifu-lril- , l to aslsliVvM 111 A II. HAITI-I- nu In 1M A8SI ItA.St I Iiifutsi)t will ttnl li tu I'l.wr.NrrriKj ManlajrJ, ii'M i.nttt:T. a!ted hlpd .. likiin lMMvllt - Dun i Mr. The Cedored Citlxen' Fair i in prog-re- s here Ihi week. Married, In Danville, September lBIli, STANFORD, KY., W. II. Smith to Miss Kllen Slatten Mr G. W. ltanck, of tho IlkUiHicat Society, lectured al the Second CJmrrli on Tiesday night. In our local seed market, wheat til I stand at $1; barley at from (HI to Nu cents, Proprlotor. and rye wt W cent. The Clemen House baa again dunged hand. ( lias. D. Alkinacm baa aedd out to Maj. blealon, of lndiaiisoliak. HOIILS. Hamilton II radley, of Kaycallr, haa strictest nrhorile. bought the SulfieJd farm, near Danville, containing tWS acres, for SJI.OK). Club Miriimf. The regular September term of CirThe project lo incorporate the vil cuit Con it begins next Monday, witii 22 lage meets with general approvul. Sunday School Institute will be held Com'ltli cases, 10 Comuiau Law and 20 STANFORD KY. County Court falls In the Christian Church in this place by Kquity Appearances. on the aaniu day. t. C. Cllne Iho 20tli of thla month. Mrs. W I. Moore ami her sou Joe left Scarlet fever, ao rumor aaya is In our (Ail J. L. TIIOS.l.ICIIAltUS.VropV. midst, but there are no serious rases at the on Monday for California Ford and family have gone lo Frederickspresent. Littlo Andrew lliichanain, haburg, Yn.. . .Mis Fanulo While, a teacher ste and Sam Ilurch are ijulte rick. TO OFEKEO THS FU3LIC FES. 22sd, 1373 A new feature on Main Street Is the of music from Cincinnati t at Mr. W. 11 I'holograpli tent erected by Mr. A I'gbert, Harri'. 11 D A A. I. Irgan, of tki county, who ha learned the profession and I now ready prepared to take picture of all kind aold on Monday, tu J. W. lVrgiisaou, 70 rattle at S cent. They will probable, avand ilies. Give htm a call. and are esteemed by The work on the fall ia progressing erage I, KX) judge the lineal lot of oitlle lhat will leave OEN manfinely under Mr. John Iiuclianan'a ALLY LOCATED. When completed the Jail will Kentucky thi season. agement. Iter. John It. IVerir.g, of the South-tthla yille and will be a great attraction for HptMilal AoctiiumliitttUM A I Methodist Church, closed hi four-yedo a horse' share toward drawing new Comiiiurolnl Hid. paitorate In dur clly last Sunday residents. Keep the ball rolling. 'I'ravolor Is still W. K. Iluchanan has returned O A. birtholomew, of Covington, Mr. from Louisville with elegant furniture and preaching at the Christian Church, Ser- llaicsac TraukfcHTtxt IYm of Chart:. I now struggling with the equipments of vice every afternoon and evening The Klder and IVacon of the 2ml housekeeping, having moied Into Mrs , l'resbylertsn Church In thla city, being Ihe McKInney'a prorty on Main Street, Mr. S. 1. King, of Mobile honored ua with Trustee of the Caldwell Institute Fund, a cull and left a very favorabltliupreadon on have there lib purchased Ihe Ford school my mind aa regards Ihe Intelligence and property.on Islington atrcet,Wttcr known STANFORD, KY. as Ihe Military Academy, al about $8,000 gallantry of the young men of Mobile. Danville has nearly une thousand Tho brief visit of Mia Marietta King wa I pleaaant strip of suushlne, indeed short, children attending school D. ami D In- E. II. BUHNSIDE, - Fropr. bright ami transitory but her friend came stitute ISO; lie) I Seminary 145; l'ublie from Lancaster and Ml. Vernon lo see her, school 1 10, Mlsse Neville and WlUon DO; Ihe only regret waa In not seeing her teach Mr. Wiseman and Mis lluifield 30, Mis This Old nnd Well Known er In French but be la conjugating the l'auling 1 1, under private teaclxrs, about Hotol Still Maintains its the verb aimer In such a practical manner, 20 or 30; Centre ted lego and 1'ivparalory, IliRh Iloputation, that It require both day ami night for him 1 10, negroes', 2ES0 ring was tatkeu into A to report I love and I Aflcrmany trials befor starting, and at l'erryvllhj tht week Jack l'owell ami Iti Proprietor li Determined that It Shall bo Second to no Country some lucldent by the war, wo arrived at Jim Turner, both nrgroe-- , arretted on u Hotel in the State in in Fare, island No. IV last Saturday In time U bet plclon, liiv luJ oxaniluina trial, and Appointments, or Atteu- Obi Jack stale lis. We al once. came were both held over. the first on llieground. lion to Comfort of to the conclusion that lb l'lcnio bad been horse and took them them l Jim, wins their Ouetti. olponed, our after txpeilence coufirmeil lived in the tuuiitrr, near HbUrada, in Meicvr county, ami lli latter traded thwi first luiprewlons, W were willing to sufbark l.ililm IUf)CffMllkrat4laii4frM fer our unsatisfied longings for I dinner. oil Three or four U4trl (t9 uttkttgt Kyrrlftl ifraiHiHottalliiat la In order to retaliate, for your Fugleman' Capl Funk' horse, which wa stolen on ttitMKrtUI1tattlia, Ikt it m III I with Ilia ckIrrt Mill reporter Ins never Jet forgot ten that Sunday nighl. haa been found in lb aaaie , lraaiitr I Uaaraaail lliart. Am neighborhood lis did not gel enough iKnutr In Crab Orch kJf.Ul Liiri) Iwlltokr-- t Commercial Hotel, J. T. HARRIS, o 3S ff 2 CO ST.ASAVJUL0TI.Tj, PARE, $2.00PERDAY. Tit lotltl Imyers hotel, o ili:e '. !) flA 9 She inferior Journal. STA-lsTFOKI- ii inai Aiwvp ih:i:ss. lllctt the dear soul. win. write .net long articles .gainst extranet- - ... dreas ! They must o lw hee.1l, or they would not make stieh an effort; lint. In rrnlity, hie much of n nfonnntlouhas resultrd fnm all thisr Him many in the surghw crowd uf fashion stop to listen to th voice of warning, and, soring their Ml, struggle free from the enthralhuetiti t that urge them on f ft I a iisrtt attempt a radical change for the by adfising economy a to stan.l on th dining a storm and .nmitiint aea tlie warts to cense lashing the h re If you could ever linis- - to q'wll Ik a of storm, you must flrt tlnd the tho commotion and then exorcise tin in. What, then, pause this mania for tire? "Female utility" l your first thought. N'o, I cannot agree to thai, though vanity is purely a fiiiuV' attribute. Who ever saw a man with mil such rubbish In hi nature) Th a incentive to "dress well" which l more tovord ejtr.tt(tttiirv than im r Hid Jim eter notice the il lanity. " lady' tinrtion paid to a "tyli-Have you ever seen one iior." plaiuly her sUvnor i:i dmwd, though go.Nl bnnliiig and refliKHiiiiit, Mt ill the shalo while homage 1 U'ili;( paid to Ire? Tlie ipiestiou I uot asked, "How did sho get her outfit? I hrr father or hnslmtid a secret forgir? N ho standing on a fal.- - basis which i ready to crash at any time and cury many creditor ilonn to rum w.lli linn, or is she doing what so m my think harmless thing, uionopn'iiii nsoiirrtTi which should be eip lid.il for th- - c 1 that is no uit of her family 7" "the way of the world." len those who deprecate the sway of this evil the most how to it a low ns any. Toliey has her eye iu another direction. It i something to be on ispt.il tooting with a lender of society, and ill of dazzhil order to do so hundred mother Ihittcrinji around the hrilliniit light spend their all ill a deluxe n, and fall, ruined sp.'cU of humanity, and daughi ur mil!iiNnin-- ' wiv f.ibiic bniught ter have the chorf-es- l of the glolw for their from nil imrt adornment, tlie meond ami thiid cluwe will weur nothing but imported gissl as nitir a miteh ill richne u they jKsrti-blcan pnnirc. and lliu fourth gr.le. with trr.lv Ameriraii ambition, think if they can't always hivi- - the nul they will manage to havoagfl an imitation a they can, and many a little sum tlnd it way out of the Kiiugbank to buy a trille of Uce or jewelry. Tho humbler cl.usc bring up the rear ill this train, and their phiiut aecordi aitli the Irish-man'- s, "Tho money goc f.uter nor it ennics." fasten to the beautiful sentiment over the gir! who gt' to a IkiII iu imple white iniisllii and imlunil l!orr ; but the Mime young gciitleui.'iu who would grow ecstatic over "licanty unadorned" pay homage to the most stylish young , brillhmt in satin and lady of hi with seed iirl. Words lace tltti-s- t when they go toand action are gether, and, if liiiili.ind.H mid lovers are sincere in their desire to uproot thit evil, let them arixi iu a solid pluilanx against it They are the oucs who en courage it by their homage, and they nro tho one who must cxjiect to furnish the wherewithal by uhicli women are Now, griitb-mon- , thcro is clothed. complaining to do, so something lie-i- 3CY. September 17. 1880. Friday Morning, -- it i jiatti'm or ita nn. ( A Chuftrr tuv'1-- r .Wait." We ran sec Um now ith our mil.' lutliit. jicrsrm of "rr-friilsfin rsimmonl.r lit t lu tlio country. He runs at 4 o'clock in tlio summer ami 0 o'clock In tlie winter, rain or sliiiio, lmsT or klle ; ho inrnriiiUy mt on III riRlit stocking unit lnwt Unit, trt tile luit-i- i rn flro it lit- - 1m a real CliriatUn ami not aiut-r- n "Is'Iievrr" nll "mnuimj" or the irirl, tines tlic "rltore," ent tlie regulation lireslfnst at ll iireci hour ho urtlcml it fifty years More, awl then s in walk through the rot of the linx-eeilhour of tho tlay like a iiwof rnachiuc-r- y, until tho oM clock atrikoa f, when ami ho fiuM aaiilo his pitw ami goes to Ik1 liko a chicken- - that I, a Ho he vencralilo rooster at siiiiilowu. tick-tacjogs through life tick-tacround and round, in the same old track until ho diea, at n rije old age, and haa the diatinctlon of a mention in the obituary notices of hi local iiier a a "gentleman noted for hia regular hale Its." Well, aueh a life ho ita advantage and compensation, and if the highest aim of our life on earth acre to aco how long we can May on the top of it the success might make tho mode more uni rersal. Unt ono may ay too much even fur long life, and regular haliits that .lint a man out from that large liK-rtof choice and action ncccwiry to and great achievement are ltt .i iiit 0. Wehcaragreal deal about costly luxuries, ami there art necessities that are vastly some room extravagant, if life lie, considered as doing no lesa than licing. When one is roblietl or hampered harmfully liy condition of living, it is well to consider whether the life in no more than meat, and the spirit superior to rod-tapfetter. A good share of the failure in lifo come from the attempt to feed without changingthepotor lengthening tlie tethers. Men wallet mechanically in a circle when they should mount with wings liko eagle. They realize the low aspiration of Dr. Holme' of theii convict, and hare " n tread-mi- ll own." For certain physical function and habit of life, regularity in of prime importance ; but the conditions of society and affairs are such that there mnt lw considerable pliancy and adaptability in many of our modes and custom. Few busy Uvea, closely connected with others, can lw no well ordered a to tike ho many h and meals each day so many miles" walk or rule and just so much sleep, iu u act portion of the twenty-fou- r hours. Tim turtlo docsu'l beat the hare in tho race, except in fabh.fi. There are spurt iu all swift progression. Even nature is regular only in a largo way. She will do more toward her " grand spring opening" in the second week of May than for the three weeks previous to that time. Within tho week when tlio opening budlK'Comes a leaf, new sun and wind and rain, and combine tlie silent, unseen enrth-fore- e to "push things 1" Nature rest. Shu is the pattern mint in patience. She gets ready, and then moles slow up, anil mmM ilnuii tlirt lionm htretrh liko 11 thoroughbred. The sun ha not yet Ut-- j brought to ttltine by rule, even by the weather bureau. Tlie ruin doe not come r. The every tlay liko a wind continues to blow where it I Mt-th- , though observation and the telegraph wiru enable us to know it course. Tlie regular man is apt to 1 w too metlu b ical. It never occurs to him that there am days when ho may get up early, iind other when he should lie late time when he needs tlireo hearty meals, am others when ho should eat scantily, v fast oocusions when bo must work lik and times wheu h a steam-enginshould cultivste and encourage n genii" for repose. Fight your own lollies, nsking favors of no one, and von will sneceed fir bet , r7rlf7 .iMrffrar . of . . ,n M ter than those wlm are ever turning, first we vnetrate,l into "the U.wels of the this way ami then that, fer n little help. ,,-,,at nnu.nal delay No one can ever help tint n yon can lieWI us at el cry post-houand that, help yonrelf, fi r no one will liave the instead ol the four horses stipulated, we Interest lit your affair that yon, ol were frequently encumbered with six or course, feel. Tlie mau who pushes on more. We railed on our factotum through thick and thin with unflagging Joseph, whose service wo had secnrrtl purjasw ami indomitable courage, in till our return to France, tor an explan-ntio- nine cases nut of ten, makes a name and ; and he alleged that, in spite of place for himself which isuo honor and admire. The old motto, "Them Is all hi reiiionstraiiee, the Itmatera no such word as fait," should Ihj Im imarhihly declared either their horse prcssisl upon the young. I.lfo's ways were all gone, or that they were are rugged and full of thorns, and it il by tiue(liiert or lMnoe, hourly only the brave in heart who can hopu "W1i.it doc that mean?" we demand-n- l to Imttle a way to fame and fortnnc. He who waits lor others to push him iudignaiitly. " It menu, iny master," said Joseph, will Mud himself ascd on the road Peo-p- lo iu a fume, "that lb I'lntmastcftareum by ttum who iili themselves. who havo Isvn Isilsteml up all their senipiilouskiiavr, ami llicy employ these prctevti to fonv m to tako doublo the I ilea re like retsls in an emergency, N'o one can lean npoti them, and if they iinmlier I ask for." cannot find a prop for theluselies dowa This revelation hsl to n discussion l they go, and cannot help themselves up tween Forrest and myself a to the Is-s- t again, but mast wa t for some friendly plan of nrtiou under the circumstance. Tlie drain mi our pnrscs for cxtri hones hand to raise Itiem. These "laiostcd ieople never accomplish anything in was iviKideraMo. and added nnthiug to Finaltv we determined. the world. They are not trusted our su-ed- . they do not trust themselves. It rather than snrTi-- r lis. of lime aud tern-lr- , weliad Ik It r submit to extortion, is of little consequence to tho world if but cautioned Jo"' ph to spin- - our ssk-ets- , they sink or swim, and even a man's t friends grow tired of helping him if TliihT went on a nn-id- , till one night Jos pli woke me up, over oMaclc he ought to surmount ayliighe was iu ihspinr, a the rogue alone. Tlio man who learns to conquer of a 1'is.tma.sUr asllcd he had no circumstance Is independent of fortune, lior' at uM, which Ih knew was false. and will reecho moresmile than frowns from the fickle guide. I reused Forr.st and stated the The ambitious ami industrious man "Tell the suatiip," giowlsl the tragelicnce with, or regard for, dian, "that w. wi'l murthr him if l de- ha little the mau content to remain at the lot tain u another unhide." "And notify him also," I added, torn of tho ladder all his life. Tlie man hi wagon wheel iu tho mt "thatwehtr dispitjhil twoor three who alt the way to town simply Imvuuso it is lillains like him already." Presently .Km ph r. tur.i si and said too much trouble to get it out, Is apt the fellow only l.iugli.sl at our threata. to accomplish as lit Uo gissl to mankind I then propnN:il to Forrest we should a tho one who exiiccts to Is) "boosted along through life, lloth lielong to tho make a diiiiou-tr.itio- n th.it miqht possibly lie successful. I suggested that he sanio family, and merit pity more than he reproach. should draw the long Isiwio-knifcarritsl with him, and I should take n A dalloom wn recently scut up from pistol in either hand, and then make n Lille, Prince, containing two occupants, rush on our victim. who had aOv.T.d very narrow escajics lie-"Oood," returned Forrest, who rel- fore thy iiT'i" alighted on term flrnm. ished the stratagem; "and I will try A hcavv wind was blowing at tho time, hit nene with Sletamora'a and, on the Kdtisin reaching an altitude "Which I will supplement," Icon-tinneit 1,W)H m tres, the cold air condensed "with demoniac yells of the Ihi gas and canted tholsillum to descend flereest rapidity, fjarricd along by with Jumping out of the carriage, we made llie wind, it struck violently against a d n dash at the radian, who tree, throw i.ig out one of tho occupants, turned pale with terror, and lied screamwho only saved hi life by clinging to ing across a courtyard. We put chase, thorns a of the Uilloon and swinging and I fired my pistols iu tho air as we hims If int. i th ' car again. Tlie anchor ran. The varlet doubled his speed and we throivu out, but tho ss.eil at which disappeared from view. Wo returned tlu lull.su w.is traveling broke it off as chuckling to our mattress and awaited s.sc.1 as it ciught iu a tnv. Tlie balloon tho result. In a little while Joseph theu started off at a furious pace, enmoback iu a great fright, for he by the gale, and, in crossing a thought it was all serious, and said he railway, narrowly escaped I cut in hidden Itiuuian had found tlio two by tlie telegraph wire. At last, at-t- .r muter a pile t atraw, who implored us ctnuplcting n distiueo of four and a to spare his life and we might take ail halt miles hi live minute, the stump ol his horses if we chwe, Ih anchor e uilit in tho branches of a "Let ushaie four horses instantly," tree, tlio Uilloon came to a sudden stop ho is a doomed wo both rcsudcd, "or and burst, th" two aeronauts were thrown man," down v. ith the car, which fortunately In ten minutes wu were off, congratululged in a tree. Some peasants soon lating ourselves heartily over the suc- arrived and extricated the unfortunate cess of our rase. Joseph told tliis story travelers, who were uot injured by their to all succeeding Postmasters, fad tho dangerous loynge. effect was magical. pi:iuiiti:.vixu -- .1 "" iirssux. f. sKr nr.i.r. ' f Vr- i- , ,! ce. ki iinnnoirrii nooK.s. Th ino HideielH.1elit man he who would dtmlain to borrow a pin's worth of ordinary matter will not aemplo to ask tho loan of n tiook. Yon lend it to him with misgiving. From that timo until tho dato of its return time enough elapses to suflico for the refreshing of all tho defactivc memories that havo existed In recorded time. Tlie mean by which tho Imrrowrr will avoid returning that Imk, for which ho ha no use having nnco read It, nro Innumerable. First, ho thinks he will mako it return an excuse tor a friendly call ; then he put off tho call evening by evening tor other and more exhilarating ms'ial pleasure, but Insists that tho Issik must not 1st put Into the Issik-css- o or it might I) forgotten. Homo he rememlier it, evening at licd-tini- o and enjoin his wifo to remind him of that Issik tho vrry next day; tlio dutiful wife hs as requested, mid gets a snub for her (stiii. Finally, somo tidy person tucks it into tho family Issik-cas- e, A quarter of and it i forgotten. a century later, when tlio owner has reached that land where tho only re volumes of recotd, and the Isirrower has found hi homo Iu the place where a Issik la Useless unless printed tin mica sheet, somo dcsccndcnt ot tho former volume on n cheep will find the long-los- t IsKik-stal- l, and wonder how iu cruel km it got there. Yet the explanation i easy cnoiinli. A poetical writer has said that some men mevo through life as a band ol musio moves down the street, flinging out pleasure on every side through the air to every one, far and near, that can listen. Homo men fill the air with their strength and sweetness as the orchards in Octolier days fill the air with ri)si fmit. Somo women cling to their own houses liko tho honeysucklo over tho door, yet, liko it, fill all tho region with tho suhtlo fragrance of their goodness. How great a bounty aud a blessing is it so to hold tho royal gifts ot tho soul that they shall bo musio to all I It would be no unworthy thing to livo for, to mako the power which we have within us the breath of other men's joy ; to fill tlie atmosphere which tlioy must stand in with a brightness which they sannot create for themselves, w:ej.a.:r, (i MILLINERY ilivft wf.hlitf to ! I. TIME TAOLE. IN MRS.WARREN& MRS. BRUCE MltMnefr ,tiT(wj.M tnmr.i1ii tit h fljthlni laHnl iti ty EFFECT MARCH Oth, 1880. T1UIM KOtlTlt-ISII'M- AT UIM.SO.VAIU.r. ., SKmM iml fall fnrrlr nsr.1 aa 1 PltKlKSI, fer-- Wm (" "APOLLO YOKE" rati sn Ibrm si lbs rmM rlsrs pHlrrr, i STATIlWS. l.ts. OtitltiHiia " ISiffs....-.- ... " N. I idasV liver .Mr. .1. N. Crnlu'n Hltn-f- , "l-l- ... (JMMM).. .. ., f.lrrs,IA fssm Ifall I onlk Sl.lt si Mala Slrrr' Slanlor.1. Kr "SHIRTS!!" No. 01 4th Street, I1rtl(ssl .. " Vsilrrlas. . ' I'lsl nmntls f.rlCbi's, Oasvlll ' ' llamsl-Wsl- i1s Olr. ll.sk. I..W lit" is Is ss H II " HI l " ut it i I irII M LOtJISVIIiLE. -- liasfllbv. Jswrllsn MR .. .. lllak Hi Mrs Mrsolaitllls. llsnrisrtasn Jssrtlsn . .. . 4 - tM ., .1 1 jl " n I I tllin 1st a (J 7 " " ' m I'tlnslnnl. THD GOMMERGIAI! ' BM!MPS Wimtr's Sift Kitaj Mil Uier Care. fyrsrfw IV niHtt-- ATrlitnr f Vr 1 ' Arr tlnrlssall Wlllfaisalown Walton I. -- .. . ..... II II as St - In to 1 u " " TIIAIM9 BTATItlNA. PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. Cmilnhi Irntn nil I'nrlsnMh wrtit, with salnn- blr lllhtriiinllnti niAH Nil leH rx.,TTKS.Tr Mall Mall Kirrr A (tor 4 lka lite Ijilrsl rfMHr Intfit worM hm1 tl.i rtidnrj. Ilhltr, nesif, ff ltrlhra.itrr t rlwwry -. llnfnnall WatlM I I . . 44 am ( tnellniioril.e llnj. lbsliwmrrilal haa sirme.1 Nrwsi umMsallsn . 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IIII 111 II II 'I QnlpklTtTMHtan4l-p1nlhfftlPrrur SIHllM'h RTtil a Three months On lr wall, sMlpalJ. aittlothM mtntaJ ritwfrfiilkalt l to atop r)n and Mmhs1i tb ayauna, tarhs! 24rv, It novrr injui whlbr Ukn la amall or lam On. wtwlt h HMIp r lis. anl rliv nrM by srwiT tlnnk, cka, ratiMa. fr 1 Tsl Ur. Ar HotUatriwolM WARNER'S an IrumsslUI W1 fllT (NUVHtN, SAFE PILLS ant ailT ailmaiat tW rrtrM.os.MiiI.O. alalloB. di Commit ollli all rfltfrahsj Htws fef Iks Worts, Htot ml Wfsl (tt IVnsrtlt llk I.. I.. 1. as.1 k V. II. ITa. () KtststlJ IMitf HtMao. II) tosMrtaolllilt.lv. K. II. otKr. -f llatiuU-i.ur- (. (S f .sisorta nlth all Ultrralsc Nora Sf aN Isttsla tntholsMilk, Soa,lktasarSMttk.wrsl. Ttalso 1 an-- 1 lk illnsor at iHnsm. as.1 Itaf sj train t ltfaklart I HkrasoHs-'alKtvkoouat Uotkonsl. lliiooihlltkrla-Nott- k, ' Mrsl To!Ctslsi Mt HMWIha, slsil.l TSrroMonthi, stpa, lj ol 10 or More, on . . rear, Isol- .11 oo M ir rojir s.r er r Vhsa. HkUlitv, it buutst 4 lis naml whH'Vrr In 4s not ropj !; frrty Af; vL,f'HV" fiiwu ttnr sir aal al HAUL, WIKlIllVAKIl. tJ llsst. stka on v iimin. r. Fotilh. Titl Wrat mnA rri irt"lf osflst.slrot. Ursl. THkrt A(t txni:.si:i ti.mi: LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE L.A.WILLSON HOOT V SHO K H.H.W.rMr&Co., I E0CHE8TLH, C4a4 " N. T. CwkAW KAILllOADLINE. TrUlNSflCHMl.tlir.TII. niiAT Hiuver.tt '"' " AT .1 TO CMIPOMTIO.Y. As a general rule, the student will di well to banish for the present nil thought of ornament or elegance, mid to tdm roHTvsr. rim THKXTv.rirn ckxth. worn-ou- t and mutilated legal-tendnotes come to the treasury foi redemption. After new notes are issued in their stead, the old notes are destroyed by the process of maceration. This process includes tho introduction of chemicals in the mass of note, which, by the aid of tcain are reduced to a pnlpvery much smaller in i ol ume tluui r the original notes. This pulp is of a gray-lutis- h color; It has heretofore been thrown away. An enterprising young man iu this city has had an idea on this subject, however, and is working it out. He has taken the pulp, aud is modeling it into different shajies. When dried the pulp assumes a lijht consistent form. Dogs, cats, liells, and all animals and eierythhig else almost are reproduced. Out of the destruction of 81,000,000 in notes, he mulcted Iiulllrog of heroic sue ; 810,000 goes to make a mouse; fr'al.ono hito a japer weight, and so on through tho list. He sells these "pirns of art "at i!5 cent each. One can, for that amount, pur- at least what was once a mUlion or more uf dollars iu the currency of the land- .- Aiii'uimu, ((In. ) AVu's. AU tho ,.,',' When the summer of youth is slowly wasting sway on the nightfall of age, and the shadow of the wth becometi deeiH-r- , and life wears to its close, it is pleassst to look through the vista of time UKu tlie sorrows and felicities of our early years. If w e hai u had a home to shelter, and heart to rejoice with us, and friends hate gathered round our fireside, the rough phicea of waj faring will havo lw.ru worn aud smiuthedaway iu the twilight of life, and muuy ilark jjts we hale jmmmsI through will grow brighter usd mole Happy, indeed, are those whose intercourse with tho work hasn't changed the time of their holier feeliugs, or broken thosu musical eliorils of the heart whose i bratious are so mehslious, so tender uud so touching iu the u euinu of their lives, TlIB Vuiiersulist Church of Cixciu- Witl hll just rood vol, as a bequest from Lta William Itobsou, of Neupoit, Ky. propsity valued at 819,000, the iu- Ktal trUA whUh U fl.900. j HK.iVTiriL Tiiunuir. Vice has mora martyrs than virtue tWron. Oivk neither counsel nor salt until you are asked for it. Advancing or resting, wo still go on by aud by to go off. There are calumnies against which eveu innocence loses courage. Hermit Ihj upright and want, thau Tcxxa Jack, the noted and ,laiusman, diet recently at Ix'iuliille wicked und hale superabundance. fn,m eisure and indU-relioii- . Ax ounce of conviction is worth a He lo years old, and eujoyeil u wide, mud of caucus. A, J, Gordon. ,,,reud reputitioii throughout the Unit-rluuA YEAH of pleasure passes liko a float' ti state. He was married to II... ,1... ing breeze, but a mcmnt of misfortune ' brateil dauseiw, Morlaccld. Jack, or J. siiui u ago of pain. II. Omohundro, was n uatiie of West Lii'E, as wo call it, is nothing but tho Virginia. He U'gan his eventful earcci edge of tho boundless ocean of existiu tho Couh-deratarmy as a scout, and, ence. (), II' Jfultnc: after the war, resumed his life on the A sim without IU punishment is as the Ismler, and Israme an lutimate imwsible, as complete a contradiction IlulTulo Hill, (kipt. Jack Craw-forin terms, as a cause without on effect, and Wild Hill. Tlio quartette conUrt'ij, sisting of the four uut-iiot- d ilts Kl'Ct'Ess is full of promiso till tneu get siuee the d.iys of Kit Ourson, Imve it ; mid theu it Is a last j ear's nest from celebrate through Niil lluntliuo's which the bird has Mown. . II'. I10V..S, in winch he tlgunsl as u hem. Iktthtr. It was one step to the stage. He 11k who is false to tho present duty in two or three dramas writteu litcuksu thread in tho loom, and will for him, and was very popu-Is- r ispix-iallw) the effect wheu tho wealing of a iu the West, where hi mauy qiuihties hfctiuio is unruuled. wele well known and generally recognized. He was, says a euloIt is uiqiossilito Hint au gist, "A warm friend, uu intrepid scout, mau can have a public spirit ; for how a Jojous, Mk-icouipiiuuui and fearless should he loio 10,000 men who never hi the mist veuturesome enteriiriseit loved one. ,,"l ,U1 ,llu '"lory of the Uunler. A iionsi will not bite u crib made of Hi'iirmsKOxKE. Oneegg, snatup of hmliH.-- lumber, Uot will UU, mlu) or cup of butter, other vermin gcaw thrvugli it, Ho says sugir (liaindwl), one-ha- lf oiiocupof sweet milk, ono teussioii salt an exchange. two Uasjioons Jatus, two I ami u half cups of Hour, two Tiikuk ai u now 07,000 miles of teusjuna I Uhj-rstails lu w wkuig order Uuuu axtnet. only at expressing himself plainly and flcurly. Tho ln-s-t ornament is always that which comes unsought. I,et him not Wt about the bush, but go straight to the iiut. him rcniemlivr that what is written is meant toKt rend ; that time is short, and that other things equal the fewer words the 1 letter. Itejietitiou i a far less serious fault than olmcurity. Young writers are often unduly afraid of the same won, aud require to lie reminded that it is always lietter to use the right wordorcr again than to replace it by u wrong one nndo word which is liable to lie misunderstood is a wrong one, A frank repetition of n word ha even soiiiatimo a kind of cluirm a hcurtug the stamp of truth, tho foundation of all excellence of style. Mauy comentionol expressions, jartly com monplace ami jsirtly vulgur, thould lc :. i enrefully molded. Among these may lie nientioneil "ludmdilal for iierson, .. .. " for liouse, "locality foi place, "parties" or " individual " for persons, or men and women, to commence" to do aiy thing for to begin, to "go in" tor any pursuit or study, "first-class- " for excellent iir "tlrst-rato- " (still lower are such phrases as "A 1," " top of the tree," etc-- ), to "transmogrify" for to transform. Mnnunl of ,'. ylUh Ontijvuilti'tH. It While a party of snneyors were running a railroad line in Indians the survey carried them across a cemetery. In tlio course of the sun ey n small stake whs driven into a grave, and, lie fore it was removed and carried ahead, a lathy, d Hoosicr overhauled tho meu, (Hvled off his coat, ond danced around as ho yelled out : "Hhow me the man who dared drive that stake iu that grave 1' " We are going to remove it," quietly acphed one of the party. " I don't care if you are show mo tho man I " Welt, I'm the man, and what are you going to do about it ?" said tho big man of tho lot, as he stepiieil out. " Didn't you know that was my wife's gravo? asked tho iToo-ie- r, with a considerable fall to his voice. "No, sir." sir-- my first "Well, it grave." "And wht of that?" " What of that I Why why, sir, if I hadn't married a second ono nlxmt n month ago, and kinder forgot my grief, I'd take that stake and pin yon to tho fence with it 1 It's lucky for you tellers mighty lucky for you that I don't feel half as bad as I did 1" Frre JVett. J. Tue plentiful uso of lemons at this season of the year is wholesome mid healthful. Lemon juice is the best antiI I DKL I scorbutic remedy known, and is valuable HUE I ! -in fevers, inflammation, liver complaint, children's complaints, etc. Ily rushing NTAM'OUO, KY., tho gums with lemon jnieo they are kept healthy, the nails and hands are also HAS HAD 1G YEARS' EXPERIENCE kept clean, soft and supple by the use Ultboli4w(ai.l frWt fwftsVslrnt lht lw of lemon. Xcura'gia is said to lie cured by rubbing the aflccted part with lemon, X D1VK CNTIKK .S.IT1SF.KTI0X. and it is an excellent thing for use on tlio hair. It is now customtry to put a lice of lemon in tho gtasa of iced tea, ALL K HUH or which renders the customary drink much more palatable. LADIES1 AND MEN3 WORK DONE, " Wili.uu, do you know why you aro "Like a donkey?" like a donkey?" echoed William, opening hi eye wide j Reralrlni; Neatly nail Promptly DU pittclied. Price Lov. "no, I don't." "Do yon give it up? "I do." "Ileeansojonr better halt U stubbornness itself." " That' not had. Hal ha! I'll giio that to my wife when I get home." "My dear," ho nsked ns hoaatilownto siipix-r- , "do you kimw n o miles 'per why I am like n donkey ?" He waited A srito of sevcnty-threliiswifetogne It up. hour was attained some years sinco by moment, expe-tinSouth Sido Main Stroot, First Door She hsiked ut hliil solin the locomotive of the London and Out shediilu'l. Below St. Asapli Hptol, it-1 lio no-what eormiiieratiiiKiy Northwestern railruu, of Kugland, and suiqsise ts.seaue since that time n far greater rate of "I .vr.t.M"oici, sissd ha been attained by tho locomo Bectob's wife " How do jou do, Mr. lid Wiggle? Wo have not seen you at Krralaafaa bais a loll swil la tive ol the celebrated tidal train, Irishman, between Holyhead and Lon- church lately. Have yon Is'en away?" miles has don. A aiced of sixty-fou- r Mr. Wiggles "Yes, mum; lie len Staple & Fancy Groceries, lieeu reached by the engines of the Lon-do- u my old 'mints at Duekstonu, and Southeastern railroad, the en- mum." AND PROVISIONS. Kcctors wife "ISeally! I gine drawing at the time a weight of hope you found the old ladies quite A um. over seventy tons. well." Mr, Wiggles " I didn't say my lioot, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Staple Dry harnts, mum ; I said n, old 'aunts This total value of live animals, dead Goods, Notions, Oeuta' Ready-madthe 'aunts o' my joutli, you meat, breadstuff, dairy products and know, mum." Clothing, Pocket and Table Cat- eggs imiirtcd into England daring the lery, Queens- - and Glassware, tlrst tour months of tho present year ji.iniir.Ts. Tobacco and Cigars of all For the coramounted to X32,ir,G98. Mtiiifvrit. kinds, Powder, Shot, responding period of last year the total , M Th rruil irlfs br iiruTltlous. Jr., lows: value wa only jC2G,8S3,KC t'OTTOX A M'OOI.I'.XVAItN.S, Mm&. 23 R. CHANGE Kiglit Thro' OP TIME. to Cliiciiiiinll Aatosll, llso. L IXllj Fa Sss.1. aa 1U; IS KFFMT MAY Sulk. Isa. ' looMtrr " Uilr.l.i. " trtblr,kr4. M IlltlinxaJ ..... .. KIW IlltM Hot last s JS. - WITH IISI.V TIVII STIUIt. luan.HiWH.WWHM. Nrw At. 1'twn.oi JoiwHon Isintrtk. Jsnnkia.. " Mlttnrllibors..... " lls.tssatlJas.llM laatHtiMo. .. Sft.1rtlr SU.IS. ita l J. IIS in t II IM 11a SM IM SSI I tl OM " - ii Sra, asa tt t ! " " . 13 ' LR. TMF. R. ..I list ant lit tan "nU'KslRAM ISOrTF" -- 2 Tr.ilNsiHiixiiKurru oaot s,'orthvarl. I! t I, lass. .. -. W itjsj;. rsii tt 1 !ito l 4ls stljsa 3Ssst o si Lt. fUmM Ar. Lr. TWroa Ar. I I aaittftuitf-,- I9SSM I t l.f Ullogton 0 snt t Tl s .. Ar l"arl Hsu, aMa Ar t'tnlklans. Ar totlssMl . llWssa IMiom Tral .... Rl4binM4.. Udt in l(liplM ',.,...,-- an la - l.n . Iratra LralDlo Ut Mii.tlHo al I H r. H. trtlfsl Iratlns Ualntton Tnrolar, Tharol.T isl saturJar asorslnr. at kis a. n. rosnrrla st sirlt JunrtHin otlh sasrfrt lialn sr all lsslt oa itijMlllr Pltldon. To -. Ntw (irbMna. lMh, Moaltarry 3 PASSENGER Ihilr riovl TRAIN'S DAILY! M. D. ELMORE, nrrwi:r--s lkxinutiin l'AI.ACi: To rslc k AsnrikriNS.iTi. Magnlsrrnt ItOOM IIK.VWIMJ (Milt trip TVkol. nsrlssatl lata. Ism'I im fort I Ikla. lit lrolr .olhao. nnrlsnatl roaiilloMrrlooIr Fail UnouWslitlrats SBIII I SO r. H. HonimJ. I "lllor U ft vi '..ri..' ki:.ti;kv, 10 Hours Quickost lINt TO I 1 05 Miles Shortest. MMikitt, ht aal Kil h.a Tor lktifMIU aUiul TUhti IMsifkskH a4 t.Wtcraat lUtra I IWtMl, At' C- - P. ATHdtii aanMa,Triaa, Ar., aMrrtK (al. PM. aD41l.fci Ait.. Or I' J AmiHtar, Atval, IsMtavlll Kf. Ikaa, KMIOHANTS, TAKK NOTICK I TU if,K) Mlla Shortcut to Teiaa, Tint4MbiiiUkTatts4 rli Umrr Uti by any vthrr r4ia JtHalulb qUICKESTi CIICU'llST ASH IIKST RoitUallr4U In Ml ,.(, KanMa, IlllaWa, liflttna, laaa, Nckraaaa, tWss. Araaa. ( l4Ml Ihtly rtt ! totbtbt Maa(wri. Ky THE WHITE Anil All Slll.l'llim SPKINQS lulillslulrailiU. "CUT-OPP.- arxT2i.",3r THAIS A VIA MAY8VILLK " tola in im F.trofolo Tkkola to all Suntwr Hraott. al Loo Italoa. AHsrotoSlttssrn A. soin, loitostott. tlf. WEIEUHIOU., PASSFNI-F- t. loao. AMI Isl.N.NMT llololsiil lssit. j.i. a JAMiat I.IJIHI.K (llt.lUAN. Ttatrlliis ratrssr Afosl I.rorral Faowsirr ArsL FISSST. i.i:iiiai:i, Sssrlltl4rsl IHI.lJIll llt'N IV1TYAHI1. Loato IUrsoaoasI Xs I INo. n . .... .. riua fal SS i. .. lie A rEnocioi'H bulldog broke hi chaiu Sc .t Wheeling, Va., and attacked a very IV btsl, rosier. -. ...IS 00 Flour,.. old woman. Sho made all tho defense Biiltor Isa-I.. she could, but ho threw her down, bit Brows hugsr. ..., llgitta ,rnac flually killed Collee her with savage fury, and B!t, 7 tiu. ksrtrl. .. her. Her son, maddened by the sight 41 Irlibl'uUtof chopped tho bnito to pieces. Co.1, onf ..UH BstsMi,tbuukler Bacon, hsiui... .Sc Kuuo.ilJes.. IsrJ Kjr Ursl lias...- - ..' ...ll'flltV -- ls thrlioatlHo " tli.lbtltllol " Hlawrtoti... tVbHaiwMt'a. " Wlilu solshstr nlslan " .. II l w llltu .IllpSlSlta SSSn . t Si It .. oi a 1 SS ii a ...llA to l st t 4 ,1 h k. Ma M Tin- - and VYootlrimare, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ..7 UM Whlnsuj.r ..... Idlfe .Ij;c .. AoJ ioaurotl.tr uarful artlcleatoolaslloutlouies-lion- , all of wblth 1 oBVr lo srll at iho " Itiatlfilon. ...M " llostlsln " I st lasiowlh (isl't I " Maratlllo ' M tlsaStuMII . II ..... . .. S. u Sis IS,, II II w . t tola sa t uni. m . .... A.N. A.M. lll Ei'Eurcmso in nature indulges iu amusement. Tho lightning plays, the wind whistles, the thunder rolls, tho now flies, the waves leap and tho fields ven the buds shoot, and tho smile. rivers ruu. SKLEVTEH mSVEUjAS'i: itu olfauul. all I LI on to otitic ret!. Duo lh Usut: iMuUrlllr. l(uf iuy pit- tltstrtfurt, I faav iifl (ium Id iUm. ..10c runt anu manK iutw, o anu an, grrai aoa waii. .. 7r llstsio, UscvauooUrn their nHincr lo lire ol Do Ilulirr tl(t2So WLl.ttt bar , Lsnl fwl thai malluuanlltli-Kiw- llUe riulraliut mora 1thoroughly bM ba flvrn an !. than wylf, Afirr .xSM ttiaukt to bijr uianT ItUistlianJ introm for tMr t'kiur.rr Lbl -.- ..llfitc Whest, Ibc a ilruiiav. bowt tc lltrralaui b Ulr Idoling lorbimI mittlbUiiK 4I IWI FREQUEls'T - sue (Vrn.... IVbsst.wblu tow rkvts aauir; Hij Il. tl'ialis ll IDai w un iuvi iu utiuauu wi iuaoj. WLIIr Hujtr .. .10.jXll Bruwn 8og.r......ai0VIJ 404 M. II. I: I. MO IHI. jrrara 01 nmiw Moisws . TocaiLoa 0 Vlsrssr. I will Uk Country Prwliwlatuhinjt tot seo-lt'ors, is--r Urrrl AIM at inirkct rUa. I U'Waltt HMic, tLln, rrfrtflng Cusl. ilrlirrnJ. . 11) Jc bvura, tur 1 attl In all tlfM anJ Lowest Possible Margin bafln lioInj Ron uiur, JOB DEPARTMENT, FUF.CHASSS AKD jfi, iuur pnwrvu9mi rJ CHAFES, Josh Billimus says; "Incierargy agin a success. When I seo a rattle-snaik- 's Vscoo, Iboutarn 7c head sticking out of a hole, I Uni... -- Se Wlisit, red. . .W,9.V bear off to tlio left and say to myself lljt.... . .' .SSc that hole belongs to that snaik." "-.,,,. ,,. A Cuicaoo widower has a lino house (Inrlintiitl. llsllanXFlrrMlroin Way1jlnBti.n al tmrJoi,.,llu villi No. s lot IrotH Wsaklnalon sltli to ItLll.soliiba,. Vlralola sllllaol Kiassa Ironi liantllls SfsJ l.lsrfiksirafsrtinrrUtluMsr si I'liaiUtlralllh ojltta No. I for tlntluiutl, Ait. H Arruttt. Iratra nitltmon.1 ilollr, rtsrll SuikI.j, .11-- . D.. i. au.l artltra al ItonlonMlfto all II is w., on Baturtlafa,tilf, 111 run lofl.su. lou, anltiosal Itstl s. tat. Virginia u. I litlllratra ItltbnHSsl daftjfftrr4 Sua sr llsstlwgtoo. t'osnrtt. tluotljr atllotooiia fwt Ljnahosra. I Injiola usll.sj Mall rrowWaiklSito tossrrta its-- si al ollh Na. I for ltastlBlon, sub ilislrtstr rtotolVsiklnilonloWkllf Suitor. sttt. 3 Fsirost rusa dallr sn.1 isintirrl. si llosllsaloti ottbstraiwrta lor ISN)isMHitlt, Ma. tills atsl Usrlsnall. alllotjuti. vltst sir LrstliWra si(W l.Ti 10c Bsuin,llrsr stars, FbHir.itkoL.. ...HaK Hjilso Wbrsl, wblU. Vx (Via. r(r ! .. .Sli He Codes. KuKtT Bait . ..IJttlsc HoO IIKAI.KIIS1N W Harris &unnelleY Staple & Fancy Groceries, Now as Complete as any Print- ing Establishment Outside 31 l suisltji, w. i.i .itlt.i ut Mrtlsla MUlaisI Mali Troiu liautltU aist l.tnrkbuig, tud rrlttaal It'llllasiwn'a st 1:11a. w. Klrtiliio; I'nronnNo. I rroiu IUI,smi, lo nkttosuliUur. us No, I mmtlthlto suh.hnt to HastlssloiL kASTlVA.ll.. ""- .. .ttk (M'r of brown stono and brick, and he wants to know, More choosing a second wife, whether a blonde or a brunette would best harmonize with the colors of the structure. liar. Wbluaujtr. 1113113 .IU1lic llrowaHuzu JI..II0V of the Large Cities, ' Mail ....- ratM ' lMtnntnnal lu' M A GOOD FARM FOR SALE! irlliuf lltil Kanutif HO Arrr. on L ikt. t lulU fruu Hit(urJ, uul ut vliUhlaln irtiHi, at k U rut In, liuiiruviiaeiili A ywiiitf orrttiril iiwtlfrkUiivr wir yWtiiltui. I un lb le. t'tllou or fclilreM ruMKiw, . . tl-l- l 99 1 will Lanraftlrr "Doctob." said a dwialring patient am in a dreadful to his physician, condition. I can neither lay nor set. think yon had What shall I do?" lietter roost," was tho reply. "I "I Fricos for Work aro aa Low ns in Cincinnati or Louisvillo ! FISH, AIM),- " Mauulua " f'bailullrtvlll " (lurJuliallll. I.UhutuirtJ lliitn .hw.h. WblUiulbur IWiauMMiit, IUuIImkUmi (t tltarlkHlMi Mayatlll ......w All.) HHH. w' 4 SO i I U i iu fw I 4. t iw It 4ft a hi ItMpw Hli iu I W i w tMl Lm I Wi hti T Ut w IlliktUflbm 4i ilVtWiiM a an a m will) una 14 m SI p 4u u u n FOR a n.331JT 1W0. ! MEAT AND lMtOYISIONS. -I.AlVVl:tl1 IIRIKIIt. CATAUK1UM, CIKCUI.AI11, I'Wmi itAUUEN, meet tho dastardly rebel that shot me," said a llooton war veteran, ou drawing 8t,C0O in iwuslon "he'd have to swallow half a 1 Kittle ol wine." A Maine (uiper remarks of a contemporary, that "It has got to In) a tri- " It I should vmv hr.MiiA.jLi: tuuti.ult.lt A hI (JtrJril, tloo Klvru L'liMluuall, YrJ hy W. 1', lUuiMjr, ou 0..iariJ. i'riti Mu(yJ, Kr. AJ'trwn m lit I. hMoD,uod, ur J. N. at IV- - itiini:NCll now Milu htrtvt. Iaw Atrttv. To ukvi OYSTERS AND GAME IS TIIKIIlSKAHllk; liMTna, mmv. TAUS, HAMJ. t ULCUS, CA1IM, KNVEMU'K, LlrrTKUllKAtli.NOTKIIKAIH.IIILl.llllAIH, Vl.ltY I.OU' weekly. It. come out ono week, and tries to come out the next." hail a surfeit of ims-- turtle siuise I liaielwcu marrieil, eat the soup yourself, my dear," said a young married mau to his wife. Round Trip Tickets -- Will itlbo tlu all kimUitf work, lutlic STATKMI.STS, UKC'tllTS, BU11I'I1-N- A. 1IITIIK SADDLERY & HARNESS WllNElt'l:ilTlllOATW,IIOrll.t, Wi:ilINII INVITATIONS, HJM.IUI.NOTH'lJl, -- mc. trtv-- " I iuvk I.OL'ISVILI.K IMILVIIIIII, EXPOSlTIOWt .., it.afhl .., 1U1.I.I. ,.,...,.. HKH Vsril allrv-iU't- r W BbA'Iu Tun Queen of BmcIcii is sneering so The Louisville & Nashville R. R. discaso of etc rely from u long-seutiStation lo the heart that only the slightest hope IVillarll lul.illlaal ot her Una fiovery are cntcrtiiintsL lr liJI a. ai.,1 .1 fI, BIN - J.U.ltod.ir.y itunwsl )l tirswAnilaisr r..-Dial all tuy lb daU hvaawb, wzmwW -X- A Wu Can not bo Boutcu in Low Prices and in Ex- .I2STB.-All ecution of Work. A Call when a Slnll Inm llusllnttou Jallr, rt(Tt Honil.r. 11 ao. t train Iratlss lluuirn.lou on Saturday lira otioi lllillcHuliliur rrosifctrsla u. Suiulay IIIISs. to. Moiwlajr. Cbnwst. rswlv st tioiuoiuilllo lor t'aliliitou villi t'balr liar Iroui lVhltoSul.liur lo IVailuu.to. Vlttlsla m.llin.l Mall IroioHastlllaanJ l.tuak. I.ura is.nut.la tluorlral t.oMub.t)IU aitb No, s Sir llliliuiouil. No. I i:sirr.s. I'. It. s. A I'. I'. Sl.iuo li'atia tlutluuallat I Is lu ilall, auj la iluo al lluiitliiatvutoiouuitl vstliNo. I Kii.ism, aklil, tu sa dallr to klckuioisl, t otiun la t kssl v at ('liar Mlnilllo Sjt l.;uklit(aa liantllU. luovlf sllloruoattlllo lut It'utiluslon, a lib I'ull. Irout It bits Sul).hur to lVa.bln.lo Ntt, tl .irratltt. lraia.tlotdoo.tiHo .lallr.oa. Huad.r. alhSo.tu. aiwl an Its. at HUbsuMsl al S s. w. Oa Motfl ita oulr ruoa r,ow Mtaualoti. last log btauulwu altiUs. iu. N'tt, U'J Sflsril ksitsi HKustoa dallr, Kunjit, al Situ a. U. loounl. st t uilWll-,,l-rtrrot il sllb II. klallrur l.utbbura alwl Ihistillo aial t. euiiaoilisl Ithallioriloiuirilal'rVlniliiU MI4. I.lul klall from Wjubld.lou, Blsl sriltM st ISUU. loooj al s u. klrrHlUK lara oa No. t lluslliiiloa IVbtlosutbur. tluNo. I Irvui Wbitf Suli.bur t. to UUbUMUtol. IWJS.lw.Tlil.la. Isiiaja.r (b.s.,,li., . N V. JIIIINS-lllNI1.W. I'. Aa't, Il.tUm.n, . IIINWAV IL lUIWAltli, II. 1 j,T A bi.urlr. Usui, rrt ,,,,. FOUR CENTS A MILE uJ I Ropnirlngl Bono With Neatness & Dispatch. Mk. (luiisroNii has for the first time made "uliaiiced uge," iu couuectiou with pressing eugayements, w) sxouso tut not atUuditig a luMtbu. will i tww nierj I'tVatst swl luat tlwlUstl tlav lutkevtrk iu! ill iwl l Kuuil U rultttm lu uuimUuih1 tr th AkcuI U lb t'u.ii.y Tru wIiLIh lsuyUillUfti4 tc ilirfu ! lljsa irVaaa ! Jsltf laf lUil Ita.lil IL HSItJVI Ma: l in nood of anything iu DB3EI.XJOE3. our lino will oonviuco you of 0K aTANtllUIl, tho truth of tlio above. ol.l tlH.Ua ll.llni a..,!. M bhuo.il A Sruiollissls, lluubLaalu .lib Ih. '. P. .VAI.'IO., .,. All slot SaaoalSSaU S. H. ri'T"? " Corner of Main and Lancaster Bti., Htsnforrl, Kantuoky. Atft ' HAI.IIlki, Hanaro. Jr., Vl.t t't,., iv, w.iwua. oi ui. iium. la n.oallullv Krslotkv loll.. I'lildl Slotk I ,JS Hi. Of laitlaat.! laid., LxJiulon. ... .sioitl. v Ibla lui, sill ha aartrsllr b.u.Hrsl iuJ ....lii.i lor siotft pitr