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R M'nlKKSn MAXAIIRIl T3R., a 'I' 14 I"' an-- l It.MH -- It 00 11 The Interior Journal VOLUME Urn, O. RATES OF ADVERTISING, oim joii okfici: is tl4Nlcl iTkraW iw.n tfr MrllfaUn lH lofoat III Mr J lh Ml IX.-- N item UMBER 32. ' STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7irnniiiriiff. 3. 1880. . WHOLE NUMBER tltnlur nml .Ifffnr. 118. IM Slall i its s ii1 ian r si im lnir. sm ion sw irw is lira .1 S to hi il joo son II im! !u Sl oo liai. Is vi itin KfW in, i I Col 10 ("II II la M Oil IS Ml! al SI OO -i- win wj too; II! Hi si' t II H la sol loo i s It lv l! NarfMlrr Ifflaaa lm iuMwwl aar, Na kata, aar raaafaraaa oafa I mar. Natatorial aa rawM.aa Krat). Na satal.17, aa aalailtlflf lists', Na attains af laa raHa raSt. Ka 4la aftfftM Ilia Haa f tirata Nt Ifaajalaail lUMafttlac Itortla, Na ralaaftrta! aaJ taalraa liwl , Na Na Ka Na Na Na Na tint !rrnttam,ahirnl same, i l.a paMSt ran la raa, aiBiwa at taa I anfrrai alaiffL tartaar ttaala aaaatf aamnl, rr1raHtta. .Infntlam, NatUaillj Wmj Malawi, Na pally Ifraala, fcm.1 aal awaraa, Na la, aftrta, aa rata at ama, m aawMf , tUaalarattac raw, imi ta.fi ft,iHI lr,a,a,tt Tarta. trawl, alia all! aard. daftatr.. al H avFaiat Jala, ra talara atfata, Na Murklafaltkt atlVw'a a araSa, Naiaarala araag Alratllaaalartkaf Na ratal, Bail arMMi Na nMf af prHtrara, Na aaaall tnV la) laaalffataa, Na IMiaM aara, im ratal ta. aaataa. Na aaaaa aal as pMrrltst data. Na laa tut ttaaka-- aajrft. Naftaara, aattfcaraaaa, an. m Hafta, Naballaaaf laaaaar va la par , Na Irax al I mill MaMlar, a,t. hh ma. laatl NsllpfrslataalaaJ aa Arlaar INaw ' larkdaa jou ice forum of llio inmniiils, aa if tlier wero rrgularljr rrjrttalizcal mouti tains, wlilcli llic ever creating nature hat called forth from tlio rock, to lift thetmelres up towanl the vnult of Ami jet, lirnveii. tliry nre but tiimlu, liuilt lijr the hands of men, which lime heeu the mlmiration mid astonishment nliko of the ancient ami modern world, l'erfrctly adjuttcil to )inti of the limiion, the cardinal tliejr diller in hreadlh and height, M ii sliunn h) the inruurtmcnts of tho three nMrst, ns follows : 1. The Pyramid of Khufn height, alwut 4b0-"!t- i feet. 2. Pyramid feel; breadth, l of Kliafra height, A I7-J- i lect; hrendlh G'KKfi lect. S. Pyramid of Meiikara height. 20.T feel; l.rcurftli. :iV.'-7.feet. The conitriictiim of theae enormous naa.et has long liren an inaoliihlo myitery, hut later generatiom have ueceedcil in rolring the problem, AccnrJing to thtir ancient usages and ruitoma, tho Iljjiilinna, nhilo they till rojournnl in health and inirits, were ever mindful to turn their looks to the region whero the deiiarting Id took leave of life, where tho door of the grove oned, uhere the body, well concealed, at length found rest, to rite again to a new existence, after an appointed time of long, long years, while the ("ill, though bound to the lody,waa at lilierty to leave the grave and return to it during tho daytime, in any form it chose. In such a belief, it wm tho custom Mimes to dig the grave in the lorni of n deep shaft in the rock, and abovo thin eternal dwelling to raise n suiicritructure of sacrificial chambers, sometime only a hall, somrtinies seeral apartments, and to adorn tbcui richly with colored writings and painted sculptures, as wm U'cuiiiiiig to it homo of pleasure ami joy. Tho King his work from bis accession. As soon as he mounted the throne, the wivereigu gau orders to a nobleman, tho master it all tho buildings of his land, to plan tho woik and cut tho stone. Tho kernel nf tho future edifice was raised on the limestnno soil of the desert, in (ho form of a small pyramid built in ltcj, of which the well constructed finished inttrior and formed tho King's eternal duelling, with his stone, sarcophagus 1; ing on the rocky llixir, lot ussiippoto that this lirst building whs finished while tho Pharaoh Mill lived iti the bright sunlight. A tec-micoxeriug was added, stuno by tune, on tho outside of tho kernel; n third to the second, and to tills even a fourth; and the mass of the giant building grew greater tho longer tho King enjoyed existence. And then, at last, when it lietMine almost impossible to extend tho area of tho pyramid further, a casing of hard stone, iKilMicd likogla, and fitted accurately into tho tingles of tho steps, covered tho vast mats of tho rcpulchcr, pre senting n gignutic triangle on each of its four faces. Mora than seventy such pyramids once rosoon tho margin of the desert, each telling of a King of whom It was Had mice the tomb aud monument. nHt tho greater number of theso of the Pharaohs been destroyed almost to the foundation, and had the names of the builders of those which still stand been accurately preserved, it would have been easy for the to provo and make clear by calculation what was origitially.und of licceiuity, tho proportion between tho inasacs of the pyramids and tho years of tho reigns of their resjiectivo builders. ciiint Vtiritmtit trrrr Jfr ! Hoy, llio eminent Unlit, llrugscli I!f,'Ttol In liis wnrk on nelat, ),tlie fur distance Igyt: llie "From Tho meeting ol this distinguished evangelist closed last Friday night with 1110 confessions. The interest in preaching gradually incrraseil from his first diaoniirso until ho clmod. In n great part of his auditors it teemed to be the Interest of curiosity rather than conviction, but in many ha amused on wltnetaed and etithtisinani seldom reached a class of individuals no oilier man ever did, thus accomplishing a good ami wo trust a lasting work. His edorthfre was not attended with the apparent results numerically tpeak-In- g that have lieen so very remark' able at other (daces, but it is admitted that he has done much good, perhaps more than if many hundreds had con fessed Christ under the inlluence of Tho meet tumultuous cxiitcmenl. ing was comparatively free from this eurso to many religious revivals, al though certain methods wero used which are not usually adopted by regularly organiieil churches. The style of his preaching is certainly unique. Noliody ever heard anything like ft in theso parts before. We have bad furnished uj, wholesale and retail, yet free of charge, a liltlo of everything; for his mind is a veritable, curiosity shop. He dishes out the rarest "intellectual hash" that ever was oflercd as food for immortal minds tho best and the worst, the most precious and most vile, mixed with tho freest Indiscrimina so tion, rsow ho rncaks in pure that Drydcn would have been delighted; now lie employs slang so coarse that ltuck Fanshaw would have been comiielled in wonder to cry out, "cheese it;" now a tcndernfsa so touching that a Hint would weep; now a ridiculosity so keen as to draw a smile from a sphinx. He frequently provoked spontaneous outbursts of laughter, but never smiled himself. His theology If he has any, which ho proudly denies is the theology of grace presented in its most extravaOld truths taught by gant form. Augustine aud the early lathers, he presents as If they were the choicest secrets of heaven revealed to himself alone. Incoherent, illogical, dogmatical, egotistical aud Kwcrful, taken altogether, wo have never heard bis Warm as the sunshine, gentle equal. as the falling dew, ho is n companion and a fiiend that any man might well Might in. That he is a man of car- cestne!, piely and consecration, free from all worldly consideration and that his whole heart is in the work, none can deny. Let tho regular ministry give themselves more fervently to tho Imitation of his troi for tho Mas ters cause. Herein lies the secret of his great sums. All good people should unite in giving him a helping hand, utilizing his converts by bring ing them into the church and teaching them tho way of tho Lord more Mt. Sterling Sentinel. perfectly. Hancock and Longstrect were dis tinguished In tho war of the rebellion. It may be of service to nolo some of the more distinguished battles that theso Generals wero engaged in: HSMItiiK'a W aaTTIU. lllliu..Uiri, LaMbSTaKkT'S IM1TLM. Kfaafcrt'a 1 alia Hoatlt MaUDlala Aatltlaiu. ImlrrifbUirg. WlUtrnna. r frlanlriirs Wllllauabuis. I railar'a I'arw. houtli Mauutaln. Aollctau. I radtffUkaburg. CaaiMTllunllla. ClianctllumUIr UrllJ,Ui. (Uall-tW- llrll;iUrt. WIUrriKai. CaMllatlvr IVlrraUirs It will bo seen where theso liencrals met and whero they fought. Un the ten battlefields named above, Haucack and longstrect met face to face with their opposing legions Hancock beneath the star and stripes; Longstrect with tho stars aud liars lloating above him; and now Itepuhlicnn conspirators ask soldiers to ttriko down Hau-cocwhilo they shout fur the eleva tion of Longstrect, How dors It striko ltellevillo (III.) you, bojsin Hue? Democrat. Light years ago tho lamented Ilor-ac(ireely, founded thu New York 7W6nnr, said in a speech at Lancaster, Pa: "Wo want peaco and tho complete restoration ot fraternal relations. It Is time for us to forget the animosities engendered by the war, and to kiudlo instead of baleful passions a feeling of universal low. It la time tor us to o four milllou two bundled thousand tons of hot water, acraging 1115 arc annually pumped from tho Coin-stocmines. To heat this mass of water by artificial means would require a consumption of over fiO.OOO tons of coal u year. Tho water from tome of tho deepest shafts, :i,O0O feet, hai a temieratiire of 167" V. h, invito thoso wli3 havo bceu opjwsed to us to n scat around tho common tabic. There Is room enough." The policy outlined by this patriotic language was abandoned when tho greatest journalist in American history died, aud tho newspaper which he made tho most iuilucntial iu the laud by clinging to tho iKHcy, lost itsrepu ta,loH fur fulrBCM aua "'"ueuco the snows ofa single. Winter had whit' ened his grave. Xothvillo Manner. ' Thero nro ouo or two men In this country who seem to think that if It wasn't for John Sherman there wouldn't bo enough produce raised to keep a small iniilu through a short Winter. Nevoila is n land of curious natural George Finney, driver nf tho VirAlthough some women nro foolish Never was there a more reniihK rephenomena. Her rivers have no vis- - enough to dangerously comprcs-a- . their ginia nnd llxlie stage, says that mark than that of Mr. lllaine that if ihlo outlet to the ocean. Kbc has noUitals for tho wiko of unnatural slcn-hi- s snakes of several tpecict, including tho Republicans nro defeated in Maine lakes of any magnitude She has vast dernew, n fashion writer in tho Cin- - hoops nnd rattlers, aro getting to lie Hancock will lie elected. Let lit tee stretches of alkali deserlr, however, einnall 1'iiijnirrrMyt that mi tueli to plentiful along tho road nt this end what was in his mind. There nro .101) that give every indication of having proceeding is required by the prevail- nf the route that it is dangerous to electoral vole, IM elect tho President. been the licila or bottoms of either teas ing styles. "Corsets as now generally leave the coach, and it Is a great won- No fair man will denv that Hancock or lakes, Down in Lincoln county worn," sho continue, "ore moro a der he hasn't lost his team Lcforo this. is certain lo receive the following: there is a spring of ice cold water that comfort than ntherwi-e- . The present In coming in the other day he drove Alabama It Nf a Jrr-- j 41 ... 6 Naa York bubbles up over a rock and disiipjieart evil practice in this direction Is that of into a lot of snakes that literally cov Arkanaas 10 Drlaaara t North raratlaa on the other side nml no ono knows forcibly flattening tho bosnm. About cred the road for about five hundred Florida . I Hoalli Caralloa. . . 1 .. Trnrava It llrarsla .11 where tho water goes. At another no other articlo of dress is a fashion-yards. He couldn't turn out, so he a IS Trfas. Kcnlatkf point in tho tame country is a large able woman more finicky. Hut wo drove the silk Into the horses nnd a S "Irfinla II ... .. S . .l VlratMa Xos. MS nml 100 West IN-aspring, about twenty feet square, that men who can aflord it have their cor dashed through in a dead run. How Mar;lan I Street, I'. Mlnourl is appaicntly only some eighteen or sets made to order, ollcn paying as tho team escaped injury puzrlcs him. MlaMitl MIIRKA) KIIII'ILi, twenty inches in depth, with a sandy high as 2. for a carefully fitted one. One big hoop snake, about ten feet Which lacks three only of electing MI.Mir I. CIUNI, bottom. The rand can be plainly teen Those who demand of their dress mak Inog, that was lying in the center ot Hancock. It, therefore, California , WILLIAM einri.M but on looking closer it is perceived ers that their bodices shall fit like a the road, as toon ns it heard the coach or Colorado .1, or Connecticut l, or that this sand is In a perpetual state of glove, wi'hout a wrinkle or n strain, coming, uncoiled itself just as the Indiana 13, or Nevada !!, or PennsylNo bottom bat ever been must consent to near corsets always of team was pasting over it, and made a vania L"J, or Ithode Island I, should unrest LXaaJb--Otherwise a vicious strike with its spiked, bony vote fur Hancock, he will bo Presi- -found to this spring. It is said that n the same size nnd shape. teamster, on reaching this spring one perfect fit at one time will not be so at tail at the belly of tho nigh wheeler, dent. Hut Maine 7, has already wheeled day. deceived by its apparent shallow' another. Many women are so soft but missed him nnd struck the pole. iicsj, concluded to soak one of his wa and pliant that they can lw shaped by The force of the blow was to great into the Democratic line and made There gou wheels to cure tho looseness of its a corset to almost any desired figure; that the tail was driven into the hard further votes unnecessary. KY. tire. He therefore took it ofT and but having chosen a model, they must wood nlwut threo inches. The snake, fore it was that Mr. Maine taid if Darolled it Into the, as he thought, shal- stick lo it, or niter their dresses with being unable to withdraw it, was vis it defeated Hancock is elected. t. IIAMM. VI FiMIAxFtiTII.: low water. Ho never laid his eyes on every change of stays. Formerly, dragged along for about one hundred He understood the case St. Louis MarMtiiH A l.Hjtky, I rn I frMiivl INTFItMTOF Mil 41. 1 R. Jul.I rwltcd aIN THE FIRM t)F One llatcf at tbc olJataml, wiltr hat that wagon wheel again. Our moun- when skirts were voluminous, it did yards until it was killed by one of the Republican. FRENCH AND EN0L1SIE SUITINGS, tains are full of caves and caverns, not matter what tho oortct was like wheelers stepping on it and breaking The Huffalo Courier is responsible I I )it prrmantMsllv grilxl many of which have been explored to a below the waist line; but now, with o(T the spike. The venomous reptile for this paragraph : "Hob Ingcrsoll hi.. I wilt tiukiiiii flrt!.attt7lanil allht? LovtmI InManioriJ, iimI all I aik in trial Put Intact loo guarantcnl In fiery Innlanrt orisonl great distance. Sjieakiug i f caves, skirts lying Hat, all the outlines are gave a frightful yell, denoting pain tays : 'As tho game now stand, it is Cutting and Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done, a rcdeo was held last spring over in ofimportance. This has led to the mingled with rage, as it expired, and about six aud six, with Hancock's Huntington valley. During its pro- extension of corsets downward, until before reaching the next station the deal. Ho may turn Jack; if he does Thankful iW 4j. fiton, 1 Impe, hj atrlii attention tolmtlntu, tn merit a tDllnuaiir of the tame was swelled up as big as not, it is our beg, and we have got gress quite a number of cattle were women who are at all round are com- wagon-pol- e 4IMjr Wrjr Kictf.il!r, H. C. HUPLEY. while poison was him.' " Wc presume this is figurative missed and for a time unavailing search monly encased from shoulder to leg. an ordinary saw-lowas made, for them. At last they Tho coreti displayed in tho stores, dripping out from under tho irons at language, Wrowed from tho days were traced to tho mouth of a natural with their ribs of bono and metal, each end like green sap from n freshly when tho orator played "rcven-up- " in llodio News. tunnel or cave in the mountain. The look like rows of ancient armor. The cut sapling. Well, it is comfort to a hay-moherders entered the cave and following lengthening is a good thing, liecause E. An Kxiiiiiit on Wheels. One of think that Garfield hasn't got the deal. it for a long distance, at last found the It equalizes the pressure an J prevents the features of 1'astcrn Fairs this Fall He would bo sure to turn a jack M'ALIo-TER&LYTLcattle. It appears that they had prob- a girting in ot the waist alone." tho bottom of tho pack." is an exhibit car containing "Prod- from ably entered the cave, which was very l!n'NDi:it. ucts of tho Golden Northwest," furA (YnioTs TELi-ortifi- i Danville TmnuNE, Attention! narrow, in search of water. It had Probably tho worst telegraph blun nished by the Northern Pacific K. It. When you see a Republican paper finally narrowed so that they could der on record was one that occurred Co. In tho collection are specimens in the Southern States get on its hind proceed no further. Neither could some lime ago in telegram received a of the agricultural productions of the legs and howl against its section loud they turn around to get out. They by a St. Iuis merchant while in New country traversed by tho road, stero-tcop- er than tho balance of tho pack, you had been mi-te- d tome days, and if York. A dispatch came informing views of teencry, native woods, can set it down as hunting n hone. Its they had not been fouud must inevi- him of the illness of his wife in St. and other objects likely to interest in- tho usual way of getting n bone, how tably have perished in a fchort time. Louis. He sent a message to his fam tending settlers. Tho car is run from mean way. At it was they wero extracted from ily doctor, asking the nature of tho Fair to Fair, aud the exhibit is cabu-latc- d ever, but an Glasgow Times. predicament witli difficulty, by sickness and their if there was any danger, to make a powerful impression. the herders squeezing past nnd getting and received promptly tho answer: Monsiguor Kligio Cosi, Bishop in A few years ago it would not have uarfiitis inMelium Chang Tong in Chi in front of them and scaring them inour wife has had n 'No danger. to n retrogrado movement by Happing child. If wo can keen her from hav been healthy lor n man to hiss Gen. na, has invented a new alphabet, com presence of posed of thirty-thrc- o letters, with their hats into the faces of the stupid ing another the will do well." Hancock's namo in tho 3,000 Republicans. On Friday night which all sounds of the Chinese tongue bovincs. Kureka Leader. The myttification of tho ngitated hus last .1,000 Republicans hissed it. Yet can bo clearly expressed. Until now band was not removed until a second linott dllil livrrn. y as 30,000 were requsite. Lev. Urccn met Proctor Knott iu inquiry repealed tho fact that the in- Hancock is tho same man when ho lay weltering in his blood on No, it was no de disposed lady had bad "a chill." debato Monday. Dr. D. Rawls, of Connersvillc.Ind., the field of Gettysburg. It is 'the bate. We can not tell a lie even to Dr. Hull's Cough Sy rup of picking party that has changed. Tho heroes pronounces Arrix. The practice tho Howling Seed-tick- . Poor Green's as an infallible remedy iu the coinmu In heaps for a of tho old Second army corps will respeech was nothing butidiotio drivel tho fruit and putting it nity. He tays it finds a ready salo at bemember these hisses on tho day ol uttered iu a style almost indescribable, few days until the skiu toughens, all times. It is tho peoples remedy is a good one. Put the election. N. Y. Sun. and would have been unworthy com fore barrelling, Price 25 cents. a a (he barrel with care, shaking recitation fruit into parison with tho sing-eonA farmer's wife, in speaking of tho it down when half full, and again of the "boy stood on tho burning ntorrsMom. smartness, aptness and intelligence of Knott was when full, so that tho apples will fit her son, a lad tix years old, to a lady deck" of a schoolboy. : merciless. He not only closely when the head is pressed in by acquaintance, said: simply "He can read milOMAK IMIILLtJIt-- t barrelling press. The skinned the poor devil alive, but cut means of tho llueutly in any part of tho Hiblc, re ATTORNEY AT LAW, head should bo marked ru gashes Iu tho quivering flesh and filled opposito peat the whole catechism, and weed HTAM'OUI), 1CV. opened. This season of is tho the one to bo them with salt and pepiwr. It onions ns well as his father." "Yes, nn apples it will not pay to general opinion that ho clearly infrac' abundant mother," added the young hopeful, rountiia ai,.! Iu tha Court or Appeal. ntlu--jr nil Jll-lunraaur Pirrai. the best fruit, and ted the law prohibiting cruelty to au market any except 1 licked Neil Kawson, "and yesterday that in fine shape. Dry second rate throw ed tho imals, anil wo wouln I at all ho surAS. II. DUNLvAI', cat into the well, and prised if he was not indicted by the fruit or make it into vinegar. stole old Hickey'a gimlet." ATTORNEY AT LAW, next grand A very modest young lady who A little girl in Belfast, Mabc, re DANVILLU. wanted a pair of garters addressed tho The other night Carter, the negro cently dropped her doll and broke its Will rritllra In Ih Courla or Dojla and In Hit clerk thus ; "It is my desire to obtain aoliill ahara or pulJlc minstrel, who was performing in one doll was a favnnto one, Court or AMala. I llarrta. Ilurbaui A l'uuup a. Oltira orrr of circular appendages, capable arm. The of tho big Ilowery variety theatres, a pair and the accident was to the child of being contracted or expanded by provoked long and loud applause with of the severest nature. Tho tears start' TAMUS (!. mvi:.'s, means of oscillated burnished steel ap his newest story. "I was in ash ed, tho little lips wero trembling with ATTORNEY AT LAW, like particles of ington tho other day," said he, "and pliances, that sparkle grief, when a bright thought struck SJ Fintl hTltlLV, gold leaf set with Alaski diamonds, I met an old politician there wlo askher. With a beaming face sho ex LOUISVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY. utilized for retaining ed mo how things were in New York. and which are claimed: "Papa, I don't know as I the habiliments of lt!MtloLaroiut-ail-lj- r I told him that a Pennsylvania man in proper position care, after all. Perhaps It will be put Ij rrallrealRUllu(ourta. iuad. is iu a peculiar fix there. He asked the lower extremities, which main in the paper I" forbids me to mention." "I S. A K. W. 1IOCKEU, bow that was, and I said that the man mato delicacy A Clekuyman'b OriNox Having liberal-mtndeI referred to is on the Island, nnd ii visitlittle fellow A had an opportuuity to teat the excelATTORNEYS AT LAW, going to to be tent up for four years ing ou Cape Cod, who found the inlent qualities of Dr. Hull's Cough Syrin November. N. . Sum scription in th6 villiago graveyard, up, I hesitate not to say, it is the best HlWrVl'OUI.. ICV. A writer "Not dead, butalccpeth," ran in alarm remedy I have ever used In my fam Utii.hi.mi Milkweed. OOira orrr McAli.tr r A L jtla'a aura. in the Providence Journal predicts n to his mother and said : " o must ily. Hev. Wm. Chapman, Pastor M. O B. MYERS, useful future for tho milkweed, which go homo right off; I won't stay here E, Church, Georgetown, D. C. They bury peoheretofore been considered only n all night, anyhow. has It is dovilisli queer that a mau's cumberer of tha groutd. Its seeds ple here when they go to sleep. I creditors will all arrange themselves ATTORNEY AT LAW, of them out in tho graveyard, yield n finer oil than linseed; its gum saw one h'l'ANrOllt), KY. and do you tupposo I'll Blay here to- on the shady tide ot a street when ho can lio used in placo of India-rubber- ; goes from dinner and make him walk a Offlra villi JoJga I'Mllps la tha night ami havo them bury me ?" and from its Host a fabric resembling down in the tun. It's ineau to use Bquara. Irish popliu has been made; while tho When King Alfonso rises in the God's sunlight to help collect a bill. WALLACE E.VARNOK. T. W. VAHMON. young shoots aro used in the Spring hour of midnight, nud gropes about on McGregor (lowa)News. by somo people Instead of asparagus, T. W. & W. K. VAltSO.V, the top shelf for the bottlo of paregorI have beard vast quantities: of nonwhich they resemble in flavor. ic, he is just as liable to knock down a sense talked about bad men not look- ATTORNEYS AT LAW, box of tacks, and not notice it until it is said, tho At leap year H'l'ANrOItll, ICY. the Iron enters his sole, as any free ing you in the Aco. Dont trust that girls bear nil the expenses aud do all conventional idea. Dishonesty will OOcaloOourltHuara. Custom-Mad- e Oil City Derrick. born American. the work generally jerformed by the stare you out of countenance any day small boy, without regard to in the week, The young men. To tee a girl climbing a AM. M. BUKDETT, if there is any thing to high treo to put up a swing must be as color of his pigment, traileth closo Iu bo got by It. Dickens. ATTOR N EY AT LAW, good as a Circus, nud tho young men the wake of the Ilrats Uraud, while the A distinguished doctor of Alabama probably go down to tho edge of the sly old coon has business in front unSIT. VlJltNON, K . has found that if the cavity of an ach woods und look at the farmers mow- til tho Hand patsea hiui by, and then lug tooth Is clcunscd out and cotton Iu IUnkta.Ua mJ liU W,ll WMlU to head it ofl ing potatoes or digging grain while he makes a bee-linaOjolulof rouallra au.l Iu Ilia IWI saturated with tho compouud tiucture tpaf-'a- ! attention tua lo culltclloua. ar Aa!a. Glasgow Timet. the swiugs are being put up in a again. of beuzine inserted In it, relief is in' horn. When a Newport man told hit wifo ttantly obtained. 1 EE K. HUFFMAN, "Oh, Mr. Lingerie, you've got on that he had just traded for a new who It was a young housekeeper SURGEON DENTIST, your freckled stockings I" exclaimed a spring wagon, tho exclaimed: "leu set the cako sho had baked for a pic HTANV(IUI), JCY. sweet child on the Occau House plaz-i- t, duuee, you; why did you get a spring lie out of doors ouo cold night to bo of the year! where that gentleman was the cen- wagon in tho OntcaKoulu aula Mala Klnct, two Jours abort frosted. Iba Mfera llwIrL ter of au admiring feminino group; Newport Journal. ama I'uraMlroua OslJa llaa aJuilnlattr! vara tt It it laid that the United Statet qulml. "aud cousin Julia says they just match lady being mked to married A $U roa a your complexlou." lloston Gazette. waltz, gave the following appropriate army uses up about half a million IJ C. MOKUAN, D. II. JaVattr. ama i answer; "No, thank you, sir; I havo pounds of tobacco . every ear. a A. gent who was iu Nicholasvillo ' Heuziue is said to bo more cllectivo Monday week, tayt the meeting of tho hugging enough at home." iKAM. A UAL'lllliOkU OV lIlUII citizens that resoluted about the Ar. Man proposes aud woiunn twine- - thau anything else for exterminating ullb a li.r.l aualiarailoii, liapn to unit a llWral wutllia. Ji. UI atuaal aaak Ihuuli moths, roaches, eto. uold business, was by no means u timet get awful louetomo waiting fur IVuilal LaiaatT.auJ rw.iOu o ak. li.L. rm-(Wiiiutia, lUalouilllt. Aa Iva-u- l WoodNashville "large and enthusiastic one. him to do it. Sunday Half of tho writing paper In AmerUoouu luWlllir.ls'atollacatlbUtl rmUnua aUtlakl Aapu ll.l.l. Mala bl , MaalurJ, K ford Sun. tia-l- l ica Is manufactured iu Holyoke, Mats. l.hljaj Times. ,nitr tnrnrtm, .1 Untile Snnkf Afni-rs- JOHN H. CRAIG, WITH WHOLESALE DEALERS IN SHTPLEY,ORANE&(X). ... BOOTS HL. G?. AJSTID SHOES Cincinnati, Ohio. 'I Jr; j Merchant Tailor, MAIN STREET, STANFORD. Ir ((. secured before the advance in "Woolens a Large Invoice of "We .Jeans, Flnaiiela Etc., and offer at Low Prices I 1Y. 60 Bolts of Jeans, 1,000 yds. White & Col- ored Linseys, 1,000 yds. White ored Flannels. & Col- Our stock of Fall Prints, Bleached and Brown Cotton and Furnishing Goods is Very Attractive. Boots and Shoes from 0 the Best Factories in the West have been received for the Fall Trade. We make a Specialty of Ladies' Fine Shoes. I, DENTIST,' fHmBP New Trunks just received. McALISTER & LYTLfr . 1 li The .'resident's parlr mil mil rtitm Tun Cincinnati (on'Mc io remarkST lie Wa.hlnt.lon before Hit "lli of Xnv.nzlier ,1.v r tn lr..n f.arfleirl Will ..! nu ".tb,r will r,i.. I., nominated that "the most contempt!- r mll ,f"r ,ht" r"" I.,- - .!.! . linll"1"10 ...... B ...... f.. ,, .1,. .1 ...u, ... - ...v .. u.v STA3STFOI4D, ICY. month. rccom to run ,,srllclJ' He hai not a V. IUt has been nonilmted ,. . a. Friday Morning, uciwuer o, ioov. 0 j0f jrM,icnti n,i jt i, extremely ror C'ontreM by the Ifeiinbllcsns of Ihe foolish to lw WMUnc lime on him. Covington I)itrlct. ir. r. iimi.to.v, r.lllr Now thli twolncul concern. as If to -I- nder iheliw aulhurlaltiftliecoinaire I f i.,.1.1. "' sliver lollare, $1000,000 at least mu.t ..: - ik. ,? month. There hare already ,. . . uuii. I ""'' i TICKET. NATIONAL DEKCCSATIC mono lor lis lorrncr aiiusy in L!. been coined 1 70,000,0011. ami tlio fight, and has gone blindly into -- The St. duties Hotel, New Orleans, inferior Journal. - ' -- oijr Hie popular Bell f'eminsry lerturrs wilMie resinned this rc1nn the finl on. Thursday nlf.hr, Mih, he i'r lndn "Pltinkjlsin. Ac , Ae. Subject Rev W Taylor Is nosv stationed at Danville as lh. new pastor of lh. Southern r MethodistChurrli Th. protracted meeting conducted by Revs, Harvey and Tapper, at the Baptist Church, is sllll In progress. 1 I' i GEN. WINFIELD S.HANCOCK, ent sheet, is now the most violent and 111. South, waa damaged to the amount of OK FCNilSYLVANU Its $10,000 by fire last 8on.li abusive partisan in the business. The liahlllliesof Oliver A ltobinson, fUBVICErBESin-Neditorials on the Southern people are tobacconists of Hlchmomt, Va , who, HON. WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, a shame on decency, nnd we are glad reported, r fisted by the to know that the merchants of that firm at SJlPS.fVKJ; OF INDIANA. imli, $160,000. citr. without retard to party, have The total cost of the entire nettle of rORCOXllRRW, whole the Department daring th. lut HON. PHIL B. THOMPSON, JR. protested in a card against this T. from once being a Indepcnd-- : one of Ihe finest buildings of the kind in OF XERCF.R. salo abuse. $329. Mftren Minthm At an inducement to new f.r 9. lubscrib-en- , ers, where n Republican can not cast acres. his vote and have it counted as cast. John Itoblnsor'a large elephant, Chief, Dyer I). Lu.n, until recently In this sweeping and I) ing remark, killed his keeper in North Carotins, a few .Secretary ot the National Greenback Kentucky is of course included, but lars ago. Ife ! a very vicious brut, but the fated claimed that he could con Committee, publishes a statement stood by us so generouswe would like to be shown a single trol him bf kindness instead of a resort to showing that Weaver is in the pay of by fiiir dealing instance where a negro or a white torture. He was mistaken as Ihe result the Kepuahcac party and that $15,000 share or patronage man hai ever been denied any of the hows. Two negroes from Bowling Green, Ky. wis recently advanced him for cam- privileges of the ballot box here. The paign purposes from that source. wer. arrested In Indianapolis this week on work. SEVERANCE DUDDEKAi.. General was well aware that he was cor.vTJ'. the oath of a detective, who won theircon- Weaver puts in a denial, but Lum ing elsewhere. .1 fVroiHf Twill tm rrfla. lying when he gave utterance to such fideme and got the truth of their visit from wnirreef. The sweet voice of Tommy Ball is There Is more whisky sold in this reiterates and brings the facts to bear an assertiou, which proves that he Uh.ni. We hare organized a Hancock and They said that the Kev. Aliens. county than any other county In Kastern heard no more In the land; neither do his on Mm. This has been suspected for can get down as low as any of his worth, th. negro Slate Klertor, promised Knglish Club, with a 100 rucmWr to stsrt Kentucky. There are three catch the morning in beautiful MJP) M. M. A. lC sometime, and our friends in Indiana party, wheu he thinks it necessary to t pay their eipenses and provide miinte with. Mt. Vernon, two or three at Pin. Hill and breeze of this his native heslli. Tommy Rubt. Clark, win was lately promoted should be on their guard. The Rethe same numlr, perhaps, at IJvingston. has gone to Texas, and as everybody wants do so. lint it is hard fur a roan to be nance till after Ihe election. publicans are aware that the great-"e- r More than sixty of the leading bust lo Freight Conductor, fell off his train at There are seven or eight In lo beer hew Tommy Is getting on, we pubt. a Radical and maintain leg. neea men of the city, most of whom are of Rockwood ami broke his numberjof Ureenbackers were origand they ar all reported lo be lish tli. following letter, verbatim, written Bud Allen shot and mortally wounded th. rountr, The (ireat Democratic demonstra Republican faith, publish a protest against old Mrs. Marlow, in Cumberland City, a doing a thriving retail business Besides back to a friend here: inally Democrats, and hope by draw. imputation of the GimwierrMu' and il LtaANov, Coit.is Co, Trvss, Sept 2. all these, men are constantly traveling ing as many votes as possible from tiou at Indianapolis on Tuesday was a the iiuirtlr, for political eflecl, that Cincinnati few days ago. He waaarrestcd, but proved over the county by night eddling liquor. 1S0. .VyVwrViewW- - Al promised I writ, that ticket, rushing iu negroes and glorious success. The procession was lhat the shooting was accidental. cherish hostility lo lh. Smth. The All this is done, loo, In violation of a law hack about my grand tour lo Teias which Mr. Hinds, who lived fire miles from other illegal voters, to carry the Slate. over six miles long, requiring more firm of Chaa. Jacob, jun., A Co. heads ihe which saya lhat li.jUors shall not be sold you will please have inted in THK txrr-riii- k two hours to pass a given point list. Mr. Jacob is the Mayor of the city. here, was bitten by a rattlesnake ta- -t Sat tn Rockcastle Hence Brother Weaver's earnestness. than JOVRiai. when i arrived at the depot county, earept for medical lotoSt urday, from Ihe e fleets of which he died Enthusiasm was at fever heat, and the A idih meeting of lh. Democratic His meat and bread depend upon it. But then the eople seem sat- st Stanford about one or lock on Wednesday purposes. nest day in frightful convulsions. examcheers that rent the air seemed to pro- Conservative parly in New Orleans adoptSept the lSlti i ploded into Ihe Cars with isfied with this state of aflairs. Ciiairmax Jewell has issued a cirJ J. Cooper.a fireenbacker of Russell, Jatnen Hardin ami Mary Sigman had lay bundles ami in one minute i was rush ceed from a hundred thousand throats. ed a resolution declaring: "We believe in announced cular to the Republicans of Virginia, himself a candidate fir Con- an indestructible I'nion ol Indestructible their examining trial for the runnier of ing away through Spare leaving friends urging them to support no faction of The Democracy in that State are said States. We are equally and unalterably gresa en Monday. He is wasting time, if Jiimes Rhodiis before Ksipiires Cook and ami home behind and bound for lhat disto be in excellent trim fur the fight, opjiosed he thinks he stands a ghost of a chance. to centralized desotism and to any other party, it matters not under Taylor at Iteedrille last Tuesday. The tant port Lebanon Collin County Texas, i jVOIC The negro Woods, the onlr witness victory, to the secession. The letter of (ieneral Hancock what colors they may sail, but to vote and are confident of theory of the defense was that Rhodus changed Cars fire lime, on my tour first at against Nunneller and Qilmore for a murtune of from 8,000 to 15,000. On relative to Southern claims receives our killed himself by falling on his own knife. LouisillL Second al Indianapolis third at only for the regular Garfield and Ar-tlder committed several years ago, has disd lots to insuro Low Prices, Tlio season brazen-faceheartr approval." The defendants had separate trials and St. Imls Mo. fourth at Sedala Ma. fifth at Bought in car-loaticket. Acting on this, they are nothing except the most is also near at hand The loan of Rugby, Tenn , on lh. lin. appeared, and grave fears of his basing testified lor each other. Mary Sigman Denlson Texas. It was on. grand and Imfrauds can the Republicans have any been foully dealt with by the friends of nominating Congressmen in each of of Hi. (X S. It. !- -, has been furmally Inaualone swore that Rhodus was fighting with posing Mvnrry. the works of men togcath-e- r hope of success. A fair, stand-u- p the Districts, and the Mahone gurated. Thomas Hughes, the Knglish-nu- the parties are Indulged in. with that of God made a Sight thit The other witnesses all a pocket-knife- . fight would put them o far in the Rev. Green Clay Smith will preach who had counted on the as who, with a number of Boston and and con- would please the most fastidious When I swore that he used a table-knifthey would be forced to Iondon capitalists, owns uO,0O0 acres of her. and Sunday. II. particu sistance of the Republicans, in the minority that sequently could not have killed hlusell. landed at Indisnapclls at elevln oclock in All of which I will tell at tho Loweit possible Fricei. I dctire to call give up tho Presidential struggle. land aruund it, in Morgan and Scott coun- larly requests that all of th. members of The wound on. Rhodus jierson, the dying the Night the multitude that were assemipecial attention to the hope of defeating the regular Democ Baptist Church will be In attendance th. exclamation of Rhodus, the testimony of bled there at that dead hour of the night, The Louisville Commercial goes out ties, pnqiosca to add 300,000 more aa soon racy, are far less sanguine than they The meeting at Freedom Church, con Betsy Sigman and all the facta and as proper titlea can be secured. It is to he circum waa a Sight thai two thirds of the world MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATOR. over were, fhey would fain compro. of its way to insult the gallant old colonized by the Knglish. ducted by Elders Collier and Terrill, has stances in the case utterly disproved the never drempt of. There was all Specimens soldier, Col. Frank Wolford, because had 48 additions to date. raise now on almost any terms, but The steamship Isaac Hell when nearly theory of the defense, and faltered a clear of human beings thereat that great union Thero ia no Pump equal to thorn; no stagnant wator.no (reeling up, Circuit Court commenced on Monday case of guilt on Hardin. Hut Mary Sig- Depot of all ages, sex.colors. sizes, isjlilicls no pritnliiR to atari tho Pump, no wlRglo-tall- s or other impurities, that day is post. Virginia will give lie is making Democratic speeches in ready to sail from Norfork, Va , Saturday, as tho following poraons, who aro using them, will testify t last, with Judge Owsler and Common- - man came to his relief, and though Hancock 30,000 majority, and at the Indiana. There was no better or for New York, look lire and burned to the i she and religions. 1 Soon chalnged Car for . ... wiauna rtuorn.y vsarren present, in confessed on the witness stand that she had St. fouls Mo. where 1 Saw a Sight that same time prove that she intends to truer soldier in the late war than Col. water's edge. Tl.s.s.1l,.,lnlr.i;.Vl It. 1.'. Harrow, J. IV. Ixigan, J. J. Mrllolirrts, t Saw lots of bales of cotton, besides other merchandise. locket consists of B3 criminal and G. civil made diflerent statements of the afJair to waa worthy of memory, M. li. .Vet lus, John Bright, John M. Held, pay every cent of her just indebted- - Wolford, aud his dismissal from the business was various The Isaac Bell was built in ISC?, and cost cases. Th. Commonwealth parlies, and admitted that she pretly lands in Indiana Illinois and Mo. I (Ire on, A, A. Warren, W. T. S.J. l.UlblJ, Federal army because of his speech 'I'. II. .Montgomery, alwut John Cash, Janirx K. Helm, The cargo, which Includ disposed of by noon on Wednesday, only thought It hod us ought to be killed, yet went rushing through giant Cities with lirorge aughii, T. I'nrtir, Wi: no not suppose that more than at Lexington, condemning certain Re- ed 40 hogsheads of tobacco and 40 barrels one case being tried. The case against she made sufficient impression on the their tall Church Spiries almost s?arcing J. II. .Mr Ulster, II. I'. Peacock, . II. AnilrrMitt, James ration, a dozcu of the vast number of con- publican methods, was one of the of rosin, was valued at $11,000, uninsured. Nunnelley and Oilmore was couttnncd till Court to afford Hardin temporary free- Ihe clouds 111) I reached the Indian terri N. II. Ilaiiglinun. Dr. (Illtnii liinlrr. J. II. .Srarcrnt, next Court. They remain In jail. meanest acta on record. Congress subse It is learned from a gentleman high in dom. After the testimony was all heard, tory. As I went rushing along over hunvicts pardoned byGov.lllackburn were and Ihe rase had been argued pro and con, dred of mile, of pacific railway I Saw nttVKCASTI.K. actually deserving of inch clemency. quently, without any eflort on his authority that it is Ihe intention of Hunt-- ) Ingtoo, Kchola & Co., to build th. Mays-vill- e the Court retired fur consultation. 'Squire thousands nf cattle grasing on the bound-les- s Sometime ago he turned out Vanllu-re- u part, repeuled the order dismissing Mt, I'eriion. pararle. As fare as my rrce would let and Big Sandy Railroad as soon as the ' Taylor thought there were reasonable It Is Johnny Jump-u-p White. GEO. D. Dixou, who bad served but a him from the army, which is proof Klltabelhtown, Islington and Big Sandy grounds sufficient to hold the prisoner, but me Sec nothing could I see but boundless a ou can get best calicoes at Jack Ad. that it deemed the treatment Railroad is completed. The contractors en- hort period of his term. Did Mr. positive 'S.uire Cook thought he ought tn be dis- waste. I Saw Serin Indiana In Iheir naanis .& Son's at Cc. Dixou go home and try to reform, he had received unjust aud tyranical. gaged on the latter road, Mess. Warner, charged from custody. The Justices tive land; and dense forest where the Big slock of saddlery and harness at wolf roams at large. We ruihed Tabler A Co., and Mason Nianahan & Co , wrangled with each other fur alwut an silvery-tongue- d and show to the world that he merit! Dan Dovoiiciity, the Jack Adams A Eon's. hundred of miles of Steal railway, ed the pardon? orator that put Hancock in will b. given the contract lo build the IUt Oh! no! He stole Tom Turner will give Johnny Jump-u- p hour and a half, and finally brought in a over er Road, "verdict" of not guilty. The prisoners that rode as suioothe as oil through the A M.m IIIXUAIIIK lllklM.M ; .NOW White Ihe grand bounce. another horse aud vrni returned to the nomination at Cincinnati, is making Col. W. O. Bradley, of Kentucky, aald Indian Territory, it is one of the pretty- sil4f.l be W. f Urn Elder J. I- - Allen preaches here next wer. ihereujion discharged. Hardin will Penitentiary again this week. Of the welkin ring for him now in Indi- lat night, that Kentucky had ninety-tigh- t t.lls-T- . srJsl iIikIh.. llasssse.MlUlasiml. IWs. Aim hardly esra Indictment by Ihe grand est countries a mortal ever laid his eyes I"- - A4.lrrss Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, 'fir".''"1 ilwi""1" a I". esuii(,u, ve J,s al STANFORD, KY., iury. (MfsrutwU, course his old friend will come to his ana. So great is Mr. Dougherty's en- thousand Union soldiers and only twenty- .. I. .ui--J on. The lied Hirer is a natural curiosity Beat line of domestics at Jack Adams Oaty, MaAfard, kj "-WAvyt: cov.rr. the water Is a crimson red. 1 Sloped at rescue again. That's the kind of a thusiasm for Hancock that he de two thousand Confederates in th. war, ami A Son's at lowest possible figures. t'.l Vt (KAMI. 107 towns on my tour and passed through clined a recent nomination for Con- lhat the Republican party, growing slowly man he !'. Th. biggest and best stock of clothing Jlaittlrrll: would poll one hundred thou Mr, (;. VT. (Jragg, one of our most act a greater number where w. did not Slop gress in Pennsylvania, saying that nil but surely, Courier-Journat lowest figures at Jack Adams A Son's. TllE and the sand votes for (iarfield. He said th. Dem men druggist, linner and I landed at l'la no Texas ) after fire frlday Go to Jack Adams A Son's, y. who ive buiine 1'ott are making a great ado Lis spare time should be devoted to ocratic party was full of dissensons, and its hu decided to put yet an- evening Sept the 17th, just .V.'J hours on wish to obtain goods at your own prices. Fropriotor. Ihe road III which time I did not Stop but over Willis and Hokj settling which aiding in the election of his favorite. most respeclabl. men were utterly w.iry of Chestnuts arc coming into th. market, other Iron In the lire. He la buying slock I 1, ", S, 20 and .10 minutes at no town or il. H. said that Southern people are hos should run for Congress in Louisville I.'lvis II. Pouter, formerly of the and It is said that th. crop la a heavy on.. and vehicles to open a livery stable. Our STANFORD KY. Clly. During that time I travlled over 12 by toning up a nickle. We see no l'an!ujraJi, has is.ued tho first uum- tile to any tariff, because the Constitution There will be one wedding, if not two, town has long needed a stable, and Mr. hundred miles of Hallway. I went rushof th. Confederate States had contained a in Mt. ernon very soon There ought to OfSK "'" certainly prollt by his venture. reason for the virtuous outburst of in- berof tho Doliug'Greeu GaztUt, aud clause denying its Congress power to ImMr. Jack Cooper,(ircenback candidate ing up thi Mo. Hirer about 71 miles at the The partica were good judging from its appearance, dignation. it has pose any tariff fur protection. New York be three. ! of IS miles an hour and aa we passed (Jet a nice new hat at Jack Adams A for Congress in this District, and Mr. L. rale friends, and if they chose to settle come to stay. --Mr. Porter is n good (?or. Cincinnati Knquirer, through a Small town, a fiew coal oil BarSon's. You have a large lut tn select A. Wood, (Ireenback candidate for Ihe -- Th. New York 7Viti.se estimates that their claims In this way, surely there now, paper man und n clever gentleState Illectorship, spoke lo a large crowd rels was selling on the platform which from, and can't fail to be pleased, was nothing wrong about it. The man, and no wish him the greatest New York City will give this year a total (0FEKED TO THE PUBLIC TEB. 22aa. 1978 Ilolh seechis were re- took flight after Ihe train and followed for assorted stock of here last week. The largest and (faIoiit 100,000 as against 170,000 u 1870, general merchandise' ever brought to Mt. plied to by our Senator, Hon. Joe llerlram, o0 yards. It was caused by ihe closing of nickle business only settled the mat- success. the air as the jiuiiderous Locamotlre passIn arranging the proportions between the in a manner which delighted ter between themselves, and now if Hon. Ghi:e.v R. Kelij.u's ,Vwi. two urtle th. Tiilmie give Hancock a Vernon can be found at Jack Adams A and discomfited the orators. the audlcnre ed by like a missile of death. 1 found Son's. any ether Democrat wishes to oppose icllij Jloiulon iS'uu has arUrn, and majority of (.0,000 in that city. Kings On Monday night a young man, con Texas a curious country, the soil Is of a Jack Adams A Sou wish ll distinctly Mr. Willis, he has a perfect right to Ihe first number shines beautifully. county, (Brooklyn) calculating on similar understood that they will sell gouls at low siderably th. worse fur frequent potations black and waxy natuie. Ihe fields is white uoso. with cotton, lh. corn Is good and th. l'eo- came into town, gut his ma It fs lTx'J.1), and is as full of news as data, will, according to lh. iaui. journal, er figures than any other dealer tan oiler of CENTRALLY LOCATED. Tin-- : life of Gen. Hancock, written give Hancock a majority of .'.OOO. So I hem. riage license and left for home. On his pie is friendly, but 1 would not give up an egg is of meat. Ihe two cities will give Hancock 82,000 -I- ter. T. II. Cook, Presiding Klderof way thither, he lost his license, and text friends and home for all th. pielly lauds by Geu. James S. Rritbiu aud pubI H IhlTU,) IMftSlW.fr.t .t OTKM MuiIiiI AswiiiiiutUMliitloiiM AC-VVHIIK. T KtH.y TS tusjority. That Is what th. Republicans the M. K. Cburili, South, Is evangelizing morning tame back grratly disturbed, under lh. sun. IVr friend If this teller lished by L. Lum Smith, has, on rilixl Oiiiuinuriilul I worth piloting plaae have It done, fur The amount of National Hank note in lh. balance of lh. State will hare to In Ihe mountains. II. prracbed two ser seemingly under Ihe impression lhat Ihe , Trnvolvi-a- , d of its excellence and . STANFORD, KY. orercom. to beat Hancock. Suoli is Ihe mons her. this week. statute of limitation would bar a further what 1 have told you Is on the high prin- NEAR DEPOT, outstanding is $'llL,,.Vtl,S,l. the sanction of Ihe Slate and raraclty. issue of the license. He was greatly re- cipals of honor A well selected stuck of ladles' cloaks Uacgaga Transferred Th. timings of th. C. H It I! fur 7Viouu'calculations. New York City and of Cliarga. Democratic Committee of Pennsyl- September wer. or.r $!7fi,0O0. tours with fidelity Tnoa.1'. Bali, llrooklrn In 187G gaveTildcn a majority st Jack Adams A Son's. Theso goods are lieved when our accommodating Clerk Texas. Hayes' majority in of the best quality ind were bought at furnished him wllh a duplicate. vania, aud it recognized by the parly The bhrrill of New (Menu has de- over Hayes of the rest of Ihe Slat, outsid. of those two close figures, rhey sell tliemlhesam.way. Attorney (ieneral Hardin, wif. and rtreruolllis Iu ll illy frf ClilllirfJ IbaiatM as a valuable campaign document. It faulted lo the amount of $200,000. I wit It rrt year, wsa IukussdJi ills tlteuhaatli H. hut, MstrrlMivllts Ibuafu, Th. reduction of th. public debt dii cities was t0,7:W. That left Tilden a ma vtllHr Th. meeting which has been in pro- family are visiting W. T. Francis, Ihe tfUlll4. lastrhUagiiUaarit-liaa- s cau be procured of the Pennsylvania tlly. tfruiuelloa jority over Hayes of .T.'.KH throughout lh. gress a week at Shelby ("It y has resulted In brollier-ln- . law of Mrs Hardin In atring th. month of September was Ifc ruusr. Ilieisjliit Is a State Committee, 923 Chestnut street, U whole Stats. four additions and Iter. J. M. llrure writes tendants ujn the funeral services of llroinnllue bad ikiI a gwsl uiisltrlo. lur Ibe Philadelphia, Pa., at f 100 for 1,000 Mil us that a deep Interest is manifested in Ihe "I'ncle" Jlmmr Ingram, who died Ihe lat HIiMsl auj Mrer, Ibe leajlvi clllsius ol Cbltstfi t"'aler Itandall, has jut been renomjiif.ivwt'Ari'. M'M w' shJwm copies, f 10 for a 100, and $1.60 for a inated fur ter part ol lust month, were Mrs. Virginia lr u.losli us fauulr iaJI- community. , lh. tenth runmullve term lo luieigu particularly, is isnoe Ihnirlllr. dozen, three cents per copy to be added eat in CuiigreM, At the Slat, meeting of lhe"llee keep Cullum, aud her son, Icsly, of Carthage, aiu. tie lurnuva UrvuMiUua a Wesleru lueJI- Weslerucllr auj The Skating Itink was opened Tucs. .. I I ll f l. l1'rol. Harrington, of Ana Aibor, his for postage. your lilmsl Is arJer, ywir '" """ lenneasee. Th. many friends ot Isly, tins. benJuii tWI weary eat flislleas, tbea try Va iutlttlUa ,auc aMtlr IkIv iu trial. E. day night, and they that aal upon Ihe Hoor ,?u1""" sad Willis Adams, of this county, was who attended School her. when a boy, ar. II. DUnNSIDE, retried th. dicoverr of auother comet, ere many, l'ropr. Dj HulMr bM hmwI WrgAilHi Tin: Republicans are not at all sure with aihl lb tsvai ztrouMillo. anl tsa belil. Trial bottles free. a tall M' long. elected one of the Vice Presidents of lh. gratified lo find him a young man of markOur tail grand Jury brought In on. Keg ular slaa fl. bul4 ky Cbiuaull A I'eaoy. Ohio, while enthuiiastio Democrats of ed apiearanc. and ability, and a gradual, The amount of gold iiiitwrled Ihla indictment fur malfrasanc. In cilice. Kh I Association. Hayes 1'all, that has claim it by a big majority. Ihruugli lh The ltcpubllran Convention at Heat- - of the law department of Varulerbilt Aay h'hl Kept tellin'you 'bout III Groceries, Confcctioneriei, Fruitt, This Old and Woll Known waa vastly wore popular man thau Olhie, la $.W,0O0,OIJ. last Friday, nominated Hon. John Ilotol Still Maintaina its On Wednesday next Danville will lyville, Your corrrsK)udvi!t was wrong In sayThe Stale lirand ludge of the Inde(lorCeld and bad a better record to I). While, of Clay county, for Congress In Meati, Flour, Meal, IUti, Caps, IliKh Imputation, have a wedding In lh. uprtendoui, She pendent Order if Odd I'tllox will meet this District. Mr. White will make lh. ing that Judge Salle, had received at th. 1 WILL KLLL 1'UIVATLI.Y luu Al RKrt OF run on, and yet bit majority was only li a wealthy belle; he a prominent State Boots, Shoei, Clothing, Tobaccoi, . AND at IVluiahon the SClli of (VloUr. hands of Judge Haynea the appointment wr Laud djoibfuj lovu. Ililf li lo grM iiul lb aacrlEc. of acieptauc.. otbcial. 2,7-17- , fSaCIU-UiNaJftlM II IllUUsJ EfVUUil itUiiiy and since then Gov. Uishop, - ll is nuw itmrcdcd that Hancock will Cigan, Canned OooJi, Tabs, .Buck- It " When Johnny comes marching home" to fill the unexpired term of J. J. HI filtt ifuuriDikwliituitt.iMtruTulll l'our hundred and twenty acies of th. wP'ie,ar u Detwmitwd that was elected by TifiiO ovir Deui., County Attorucy. The Judge has Virginia by WMO, und tin Deuio- - r'aulcuner farm, In this county, weie sold next November with I.WOiusJority against 4 it wji.tv Hour, It Shall ba Second to no Country ets, Sundries, Notions, &c , &c. .Mi!. fold, Ky. Judge West, ltep., for Governor. No crala will elect all but on. ttngreasiusn. last week at $C0 per acre to 0. II. lllgglns, him, lie will cuMlude lhat h. doesn't want decided lo leave lh. apioluluient lo lh. Hotel In the State in Iti Fare, Appointments, or Atten'Hi. New York Hut a.Vs . If Mr. Oar- - of Fayette county. wonder with Its perjured bribe taking to run for Congress any more. Slay in the Magistrates when they next conrene, in All kM.ttf lUttw will U UUu w sutiw tion to Comfort of ! Octuber. Just how an Attorney can b. Mill Nloa Bachelor la announced for Legislature, Johnny. candidate that the Republicans are Held still IntUu lhat lh. $W was a loan, for their Quests. hy du ho not pay it tuck Iu th. heirs a Dramatic Heading at James' Hall, on w doubtful, sliae Democrats here lake a lively interest employed, Is Low a Hill UWUamrwuAt4jr wt band a Lw U alarmed. Bin! tlrtrm ljmtmrt ivl lb I Ut mriMfl all of tlit la ot Ul H. nil U tit of Uakra Aurs. In the approaching election In Indiana. Chief Justice Cofer has decided that the Monday evening next, 11th, Kh. Is assist (WI. MuisMlHl at UufWr ilwin ttmvt Gtx. K. II. HoHaoN, of Greens-bur(In. hundred i arrler pigeons ouiuiieitd ed by Mr. IJJward Uteres, of IxmlaTllle. It la hoped confidently lhat lh. Howler lunacy of a county ulluer Is not one of the In tb uutiavv(Cuuuiur ai4 OtutrriiIumI ul .. V Iwr HsiKaas will be rnaisieS I. aaa from Iks Jrtiit UivuM-Ji- t nMi kiujstju UdcUtU las been put up for Congress in for 2'i prises st Tin. (irorr, Pa., this week. They dtserv. a rich welcome, anj It la to Slat, will in tone, of no uncertain sound, cause, embraced III that section of the livM. All a uvr aua Zl.ssrrbsre. S.erlal arraiaaiiiilstlsas Is TEllHUNB 4 VANARSDALL iiiUfBivr luvuiarifra iiia i b I MiaisiiUI 1 fsi.l.rs. 1 k llsr III bt thg 411. District for Proctor Knott to The faatnl bird mads 122 lullea lo th. av U hoped that Daavlll.'s refinement will utter lh. death knell of lh. Hrpubllran statutes euHjwerlug lh. County Court lo Mtuiitfi im tiiui aioucehii uibriwiao. kvati'rut lia I "ssi. ssusuru s.J Iks IhMlre.l lutfrilUli.ftlllutil braad Isssis I..M. declar. an office vacant trag. time of 1 tn, 31 1. . II, H4HM II 4 1. 1. kfioclc down. 4IV4I party Integrity of Its belog. D Jl H. UsWsu. prestrv. th. -.r.lls.l Hitii I, ii,bei la worth. and in order that everybody may hare a chance to keep potted on the intereiting eventi that muit occur in the election and inauguration of a 1'reaident of the United Stales, wo have determined to tend the Intf.rior Journal, from now till January 1st, 1882, for 82 to all new lulmriben, who plank don n tho cub. We intend to publiih tho latest and most reliable ncwi and to that end Lave arranged with a prominent daily paper, to turniah in special telegrams up to the late hour Is mi M'Eicii at Warren, Ohio, that we go to press. Subscribe now last week, Grant said that there are if you wiih to get your full money's fourteen States, and localities in oth- lit fork our next issue the Utile will have lcen fought and won in In' diana and Ohio. A gieat deal tiepvnds upou the result in those States, and both parlies are awake to the im tiortauce of the occasion. The Re publicans arn rushing negroes and thugs into both Slates to vote, and if they do not win, it will not lie because they have not used every fraud We believe known In the business. that Indiana will stand true to her Democratic colors, and have a reiona-bl- e hope that Ohio will speak out in Our favor of a change of rulers. next week's paper will tell the tale, and if either or both Stales go Democratic, we will be raightly tempted to bring out our crowing chanticleer. fiscal year was $K,2!M.26. Orealer by several million than the rear before. VonderhMe, th. murderer, of whose coiielction to death In Shelby Connie week we noted, has heen sentenced and the Interesting erent set for December ITlli. On acrount of ill health. It. Victor N'ewromb declined a lo th. Presidency of Hie 1. A X. It. H. K. It. tlreen of New Yoik was elected to take It J. II. Msrrs, editor of Ihe AJmtt, has gon. lo Indiana lo see how ll Is don. Mrs. Cropper and her prti're dsughter, Miss Kffie, arrived In Danville on Wednes-dsy.- .. again In . Dr. Monro, and wif. are Misses Matll. and Teedie Danville Sneed and Mrs. Belli. Snecd KibMe attended lh. sal. of Iheir mother's personal effects here "W tisillnf Saturday, ami ar Wm. Melds, Jr., friends In th. county and wlf. hat. returned after an ei tended trip IU't.... Miss Agnes Archibald has reSuperturned from a visit to Chicago intendent Pickett was In this cily Mondsy Col. Frederick H. Blount, accompanied by his Madamoiselle Clara de ltlvierre, arrived In Danville last Monday from Paris, "Over the Waves." oil ran find a fill line dladhs dres-- i goods at Jack ilim- - A Sn at p'Ue so low that von bate lo sl.Hip iu reaili iliem " want an elegant pair of borts oe If slices, look lliroiia-l-i lh. infhiens. sloek of Jack Adams A Sen's. They pleas, .very body, both In quality nf goods and In prices. Monday was a regular field day. (oar-lerl- y Court was In session and there was good crowd. Nearly .very liody was drunk and at on. time there was livelr pross boomed pect for a big row. The Y M' W I Irsn.islias yu t sl r.tsKr rntwrr. Rev. Charles Shelton preached at Ihe Melhodist Church Issl Sunday. William T. Humphrey had his house with Its contents burned on Friday morning Oct. 1st. No Insurance. I retried to be $2,000. Prof. Oeo. It, Waters opened scho.1 last week with Haltering prospects of sucA good many cess. He hsd SI scholars. others will go, and he will have several boarders from Turnersvllle. Dr Q. C, Die Is off on a business trip II. II. McAnnich and wife lo Indiana are visiting relatives in Indiana and Mis. sour! Mr. JIohi Collier has obtained a position in Film's Store, South Fork Station. He will move his family lo that point In a few days... Mrs. Kliaabelh Nunn, ot (llasgow, Ky., is visiting her Mew. Jno. daughter, Mrs. Nancy Jone Rowland and Chess Jones ar. visiting relMr. atives In Columbia and Burkstille Bud Roy hss been quite sick for four weeks with Fever, but is now thought to be better .. .Rev. JoshuaTaylor is building a dwelling Mr. William Miller la very much distressed abont his dog Swycher. He fears he has Hydrophobia. Jlhlillrbiiro. charge Drcem1r 1st William Nicholas has heen arretted at Willianulown for attempting to throw a passenger Irain oil Hie track, lie gar. as a reason for his heinous oflen. that th. road had killed his horse and refused to par for It. During the put ear 7,210,337 ibrnesltc moncr orders wer. Issued by the various poet offices in the t'. S. th. whol. amounting to $100,.1J2,8IS. Th. postmasters' fees and prrsnlnru on this was $117,090 .58. The total area of public lands survey th. beginning of surveying opera tioni up to the close of th. last rear is shown to be T.W,So7,tll acres, leaving an etimated area vet iinsurrejed of ed from lcer rr..iKi beautifully all day. A lot of Lincoln county roughs went Nigger Creek, In this up to achuS-chocounty, fast Sunday night, and by cursing, shouting and firing oil Iheir pistols, e The re'rgb Ihe "whir" arretted and locked np In jail to await their trial. Nearly .very lwly In town seems to b. Imbued with the spirit of Improvement, and msny of the rickety old building are being renovated and I.et the good work go on. Ml. Vernon could be midea pretty town If her citizens only prided themselves In I er looks. It is thought lhat Prof. Iivrll will has an assistant soon Jim Marat says lie lias been fooling with lightning long enough. He thinks It's time It was striking Mm.. Thomon, our new merchant, finds his business growing so large that he will shortly lake In a partner Di..k Miller is having the front nfhla store-roopainted red. Miss Kslelle Neat, a charming young ladr from New Albany, la the guest of Miss Fannie Williams Mr. Sim Ward, M. J. of (iarrard, was In town Tuesday Miller, J. T. Clark and Jack Adams, Jr, are in Louisville this week buying their Miss Jennie Hull, a bright Winter good and lovely little maid from Missouri, is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. II. Albright, of this county. Jack Adams A Son are now receiving daily shipments, from Ihe cities, of dry goods, groceries, hats, boots, shoes, stoves, tinware, rpieensware, fancy foods notions, gloves, hosiery, rlcthlng, ladies' dress goods, cloaks, Ac, Ac. They always pay cash fur their goods, and hence they get them at best figures. They propose to sell these goods at the very lowest possible prices. They respectfully Invite Iheir old customers and friends, and as many new ones as wish lo come, to call and examine their slock and learn prices before purchas- fi. m n inp nit He see. na lh. (Ii.i .nnali Sjiiiliirn speaks In glowing terms of the taei miner- al wealth (warded within lliose hllkawali ing the enterprising band that will unenrtli He the Ireassira ami enrhh Ihe rownlrv tells us, also, of the Hotel jnat finished al Point libel. This bulMlrg has forty rooms, each furnished with gas an I water. Kvrrythlng is arranged in the most approved modern style, and when the liense is opened to Ihe public It will prove a travhaven nf refuge far the nisi marned ihe mountains ( Tennes ......e-- . . ihU I WLLL ULLKIHLW& WHOLESALE ex.rsninr.is. . t.. . . I M II LU hiVlAllini JDIRTX" C3-OOIDe- 33 eler. ca, Por the last few days a man gltlrg his nam. as Wllllsms, Ida heme as Lam county and his occupation a stock trader, baa Ixin lrina around town la a drunken S. Wr Oorr4th & Race Sis,, stnpor. He exhibited a large sum el money to several of "Ihe Imya,' who in vain tried to entice him Into "the ways lhat are dark" and practice Hpen him "the tricks lhat are vain." BhI this trader, like the JOS. SEVERANCE. heathen Chinee, waa peculiar, and with a smile that waa "child-likand bland," he refused to ante more than SA cents on a gam. Finally, his possession of the money, and especially the fact lhat he filled In every particular the description nf one of the heron in th. Mammoth Cat. stag, robbery, aa given In lh. proclamation of reward, caused his arrest; but he supplemented his rrpresenlations by private papers, and waa discharged, whereiin he took Ids departure from among us. On last Thursday evening Judge Berry rent his son, Sam, a boy about 13 years old. tn Pi. Isabel to Isle some passengers lo Ihe train. Aa Sam waa driving on ihe way home Ihe ha mesa lccame disarranged, the horse scs red, and, running overs bluff, upset the wagon, broke both shafts, and about 8 o'clock at night came running Into town, the broken shafts, dripping with blood, clattering at his heels. Several of the young men about town aroused Dr Castello, procured lanterns, and set out on the hunt of Sam, whom they eipcetcdto find deaj or wounded. To their relief, they met hi in a few miles up Ihe pike, unharmed. Ife had Iwen thrown from Ihe wagon when It overturned and found a safe plac to fill. Th. wagon had a u(ent "horse detacher" attached. Sam tried to Thanking those who have make us. of this contrivance, ami had he promise to iu tho iuist, been successful, the horse would hare walked out of harness uninjured. Il was in honest goods, even a disarranged In some way and would not thau ever. Woolens, Notions and Hosiery, CINCINNATI, 0HI0f JAS. DUDDERAR. SLEANC Ei D Wo will bo found during 1880 at tlio snino old si and, bettor pro)ared than ever to furnish our patrons with all kinds of Dry Goods, Notions, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Carpets, &c. At Lowest Prices. ly rc merit, greater WHEAT .11 JLPXtAJUJLi w THE "FARMEKS' FRIEND Is tho best; puts tho wheat in tho ground and improvements; docs not skip; has all tho has boon thoroughly tested. Call and ine sample. I also handlo during tho seeding season a suitablo FKHTIIsIZKIC WIIK.IT! fr CANE MILLS, CIDER BULLS, &c, ... Respectfully, WEAREN. Commercial Hotel, IPOlFt H.ESTXTT J. T. HARRIS, ST.ASAMUIOTKIj. NKW FllJill iTiios.mciiAniKS,iiiiv. lt TERHUNE & FARE, $2.00PERDAY. VANARSDALL I'r. MYERS H0TE1 Stanford, ky. tn NeW GrOOds, '" !"' .!. "T. '"' pal IiAXI FOI NATila! TalHl'si NOTICJK !. 3 alio jinlcrior Friday Morning, MIC II, 1'imfjri t- ,.ioiirii;il. BTAMTOBD, ICY. 0kr II1II us. Lin.1 8, 18S0, nffM-r-r i waowal ris A XmimR 0K1iK"..-ajitirisl,w- If Har- slclna WMI41I by hy llarHe A KwineJIey I'rmui fMi east sjyeiet rMvitetl lUftr It Harris A N.imei'ley Tit TliotMln wr4s of ret aarHeal llatfrsA Xrinlli3r ltyu.alwk of window Rtaia, Hlly, rW, on JIUItlleltm.cifXU. I.i mil Cum (KT AiriHl.Trntttnllr hand l Owsley A Hint'"' Watuiis ranted ley aalosMi CheiMMill A mhI Jewelry rristlred and war- I'enny. will lUIr ofsstr by Hamrdar nlglil. I oMiool Unoks, Wale anil I'M I'cwriloai MeltelwrlsA Steist'e. lie Harm A NmxrLMiY old WO lifcf liMm hljtlicet owli tifte Mate and Alb-- f lluv yetir Mil"! Ilm.l. r sclrasw sccpplrfe of ( henaull A l'enny Window (Ii.am of all alee and glass of Rawer i.ita at iloiible lliitknfM hen milt A Penny's Wr HDAtitNTKE wr Heady-mlie- d I'alnts In finality ami durability (Xttm( A Dovi fcn lTt tik rr j rr A bugg I'liiri'Mrnt, Toilet Knaix, Hair. Nail ami TWIi Hniades, and IMlrt arliele of all klntla at (lieftaitlt A I'cnny' I r yen want to isii" jour room eiam-In- e all aier at ('lienaiilt lh Mmplcof A Penny'. 11k are ImtHlfnl ami cheap J. II. A S. II HilAXKahaveiiiatrereived a new lat af lire.' Mmes, ami aim a large let of Itastev n ami Cincinnati work. Wl have a line of llir laical 'Mttt style see It eif lere purchasing Msr Jewelry ltlful trrjr cheap, (all and elsewhere f, 8iwllV lliirners ami Calm-nev- a and Window (lias la new cxmiilete, ami will Iw scald at Ik latest iMrktt prfrea. MelSoberte A Hick Uwt lWwecn Stanford ami Harroda burjr, a nioroceo wkrl alsmro Among; lite A Vanarsdall 11 ml pictures Is one of rr will please tear at this office At-mfeun-- l IKtxAMi ran I at all tlinra at lila barber alnap In tli M. Asaph Hotel hull ding, wl ro 7011 can cat as clean Muoothlr rut shave ami have your hair a at anj aliop In Ih country Attijtiox, HrnTiiM' Meltolwru A Htirc bare Ilia lircwl ami moat rwnpltta atock of aliot yuna, clin,"b,lS'i alat iiourlf wJer-SaSaw York drop ami rhlll-n- l attot, all at bottom prieoa. ami amine Urfar purtliaainf rlaowhfrr TnHarAMXna. Notice Thot wlio malr it a rniluiu to rkl into our H1J for hlrkorr natc an I who turn tlirlr liorwa on our jtroML are lif warnnl that If lh Ian will I mfonvtl tliMti it Ik fHlUk rilMU Morrtaml A Oun sleek of l.i till n t rrr ajlnt bjr Una. II lknrr A aiV awr ffftola to coll. Nw rialltiM varlHr JtM nwrr.1 KriMorni. afgaWkitU lk V kavt tMHoml or atock lraMWa rrctntlr oora-- l to, wke we II. Shanla. rail ccala la J HAS aipolnlnl (lunsntl. KvuiRATint Aiikxt at Cincinnati for the VAMHI.IA LINK for the Sialea of Mirt'iii, TrxAa, Nkkbaika, Kajv, Co lob a ro, CAMIXMMA. ami the WnrrrRH TiJtniTO-ntiy.afullr prepare.! to furnlih, iric on application, Ma, I J ml C irenlars giving Ml, Cllaaair, Ac rale maile on iMMrngera, Imiiftehoht goU or atoek .. r ..l.lr A KVlllllT. Oi flrn'l Kjiilgmlioii grt, N R for 4lh ami VlneSUeela. Clneinnali 'Hiio tk rMnrl-ta- : In KhMkrrr antl HarneM, Oan tlllr, Wf frrajHf nt atMlllona katc now the the lararvt ami mot epre4ie naito itoek of i.'oula in their line CTrrouVeJ in llii reitian. Thry ktcp nothing bat Srat flaw ran (;oh1, ami tliea wIm atroni(e tl will set le a with the aMHmwt lint for the Iroat monr Call on litem the lea when jwl go to Dinrlllt ami aato money. T Wrrrrui lixmnAvra. Hating been Mnaa.CWn4 I'ickti il(lra llT Iort lil) i'i:ksi tu Mm. kota aiaw O. W. AUaw, PMMfatUtMt. -lca Irtra to wek I'AMOaJ T ar ia 4iiaenwly , UJ. kM rftwrwrJ ffM tea )ta OaaK lUneaw a Ihe atwlal arayrietf l Hie liilaa1 H4t WMkereMMkOar Mim. HaatKH. irHaa4 tamH IwalMi are Ultaf hi ll (lM4ill UattM. Wf oil UuiilUe, U wllk at Ike (Mlre fw a (nr Ura. Hi IIimi. a Itw ir ata-.UimUoiucI'cx el Ike tnnrfe (allan, la a (M W MUi t TnwJieert. Uiu MitMiH WoLraao. a rharaalaf IHUe Iaut7 bt laoeaaler. ipeo a Arw itaia wllb Mra. lo II. Hi we. Ibte ant kl -- Ma.il M. Ilita, ehe baa kaea WII fftVtHU l.SWtrl ataMll,UwICM fth, Iht oaM tai aMoaa4y Ulre. Taen-fMWal- a MlM(lalal'iMi'a,r lliler, Mia. J M lieUaaletlereMIia, aeaterilaf rdare-eila- OrleaM elMaaaJ kaaaet tetaoewel up. lrilae, Ibe kaaJwiw Mia. W. I'. i.in.f Mn II II Itaore, aoj har ellr mile itiuslilrr iJMtae, weea her fiaeaU tkal eerk IUI.J A. IkMlMkiwlli alrleoJ, haa kit name ellktliaett aaaotaUaiate far Mwul lnuukH PMIUpa aUarr anJ u ielerle4 wllkevk MealtfB -I- L W. Ileiaae. Hae, . rtlariMj ;MirrJar li kanuatltr. Me. tela lll.lnat b( la Ike 'ia,l eppnalUwa. Miu ICarlE WlLLUKt, Jl(e if lliuteutllle, Ky , Mule at llawllkMl IWIafe, lUa fawtly ef Mr Ji lion". leilmtlon, la etellfnc lOoeluoall laHiuln-- r n.ip, vfUoileita -- Ma Mat. J I XVaJar freoiaili werka' ilall telbtlr Are In (Imtinxiolr.Mo.. aoJIMrlwa JiujhUra la Xoulkara kaiiluiiy. Tliay ikltlie trl we4l aoJ are kuth la t ! keallk nrreken Ao eirellral Kijau tliall et rU(e Jaeee, efSI. lala, la illeUf od la Ike It eiklMla Ike Ircknlqueiua troth tenalare for wbkh Ike lalMileaiaettanaIK Mlaekale I lluKWu, ((Vilojlwl INmiueowulth l ao well kaeen. MiaalauA Jeaoaa lalt be lue beue la IteeU di.eoTVreJir llktU-l- , rallr t.lke rtfn wunllr PilmUt i al' (.t kfrwuueiwafrieDJilaafoenlaikleaaaelwe In aitloatar. I ritlr, limine aol aeewupttiketl I ahe wwil totklaaaiij va bare Ike tieaMe irflhe neUrat Km- reaaan te kwe aiwl Ulieae W lerauneutly kwall la eor thai aba uajr Due Kmllb rewaloa u late laaaaua la n.Uil, Win drtwtDi ami altluat Ova akwrlliere tkla weak are Mlaa kalUe I Ml- Pulaakl Clalaan, II B. II, llalu.ll. M. Illrrne, MakHmey J A Bla. (Ire. Vauknuk, I lelafe-tn.- P teeia,KIalwnUla lleialljr. MMJUkuil, J II Aakltraua, lienor Jl I,(lrlil8ellh, mi IlllWilirneai W Vrlx. ltd Haaker Mewa ILNKIIee, jMkewillle,Tiaa, I locker. llu.lwiIKe lleKO by Jaa. t llraea, PrraakeriiUle, Jelw A wail, laimaaler Uee. II llnu, Ikrif lleek-e- rt I. hU(eri e UTkeaapaea, Ml eraMi, kf Beae M. lUrJetH W 8. Myeee, WatahnJ, Taa. C II fawiawi, llalUni.J V llathaa. MIIMaerllle. 1 NlAV SmvT7 ,m vrmiis. at alylw of tlotka and tlolloiaiai Mo.VII.lcr A Ljrtle'a till week KATk DuimkliAii williettlTe ll.la trcnlnx a ntte let f Haauva anJ lire nck wear, JlK. Ai li Utwi Tumi laim are carneatl to meet at tlio Iftilee In Maeenta Hall Hits (I'rMkirl aweiilns UlAM.li del Ijarjaln Were it la too hie. lie 111 lime to miw jwir wheat. Hue lieu .VJfotJ'a miall farm The llATtLai ov 1'rumMU.B Dm f the fierreat Utile engagementa of the war, waa fought IB yeara ago to day. a'i'J- - Kiium uivalerloua InJtehlual llt id our town huiklar nlthtaml chalked Ihe caUllalicfiguru, J."',!!! eviry romeirable Mil place. V tiff AliTHUNrwT, l!ev J I Peeplw will r. frtvo tllrhttnl. a I, imionahlnera from (lay blark silk Hulman, ltwren l a alp in rVotl oils l.ruilghl 1 rls less kennedv A --Jsnndera Lav add Methodist C ! re It in Lancaster ., ,. - r 111 an f rn f ' ihe tlsld in iiinnly ware lakrn lo 1 inUeltle on renter-ihy'- a Hranford ami the bridge on the Isvnoasler Mr ilay mor-i- ng etl a sioek of dry goods to their store s pike, r4aturday morning, rV t --loth I inJ-f-- r sixty day lime nas.stsinrt. a sa. a snwaiiii a ji WIILlHTNTIlr NrWTtiWN IIAtl s and tvenln; train AIMIVTIIR TO. isse fl Mdll r nil.) - The family and friend of Mr Mat; IMtlXKINintHIF.A.lUHKINItllKlK will I rewarded. Mm W O Wwii let of sheep averaging l7 lt sold Kennedy went In Ihe city last week to J. I( A 8. It. Shank lute motfl Into c lleservf--l Seats, ersl rfmtssc- - ti ami as he haa leen a merchant of gieOr"-- i were eadly surprised en Ihe re In Sentl thla week at la. Another tat avas flsllery Irieatarr-rnoreeeeilly eajptipleil hy (eeo TrWfiri,CeTY Apiearf to be el pet icnee, we are life in saying eepllnn of a telegram last Friday, annsnin eraging 301 list, at 4 1 rents, snd a lei of si-ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Millrslrfi) JV lMlree,ACfc It III Vr.Msiiar officers Tire l'olle Judge, Rile (warrell, mails a gnod selection rlwj- - her death. 1,11)0 th. rattle Is be dellrered V it. 1st, at he wa Ihe daughter wf M'l'ANI'OItl), KV, (lorn, In Crab Orchard Oil 3ml, lo lire fudge Ramnel Link, drrd Mm. WAnnm A Mr. Ilnrrr will bate who waa assaulted some time since In Ihe $4 10 tier cw I, ne married y Irf Ml K UN I AM AWTRIt NT wife of Mr. John Sxitt, t'ort rUtimters, a Mr Oran, f TexM, In which Prate she has afleewIM lot f Irlmninl ball lo morrow night lime, bai mott-- I away, two of the Vnluablo Lands aud Town I to a lkiyle Co. t Hale A Nunnelley asl etenlg. They will In Iranllee. Tale a Trualeea hare fallowed suit ami lli Mar- man It head rf ealves at Sit 7ft, ami 21 sen, a bright eyed representation of Ids resided for seme yeaf Site drrd of Mala shal refiisca ta serte. ! Lots for Sale ! look at them. with father, and haa been named (lenrgle . rial Fever. of rattle at 3 John Lust;, of Ikk county, Is vMIInc m Mil WmritaTolhewlfeof A. II. IVnec, a Ynv art next, sir I What can we do far SI premium em tire head. They also sold Mr. and Mrs liarte Collier are rejoicing V HkfsVtifHf Ik I of mIo fiHvifdf'.iialll Jib IiLi IVfm of SO Mfw oter the Mrlh of a son last week. Celt you 1 l'ant you? one bnrve at $100 ami 1 at $40. hi brotlttr-In-law- , Dr John M Fraaee, hi Tylr Hth.mt1 !!rtMnHMf with vnt AtMtiWs.i- iTa Ilea wife i'Mr.Wm.lloya. you? Htiltyou 10.kV.firl.. l T on lltallna Brawh. ivIjMnftMC " FlKHrr. Aer Tire lenty given at Ihe Harris House Mason county. 4 anihlt Mkas Willie Ik Owiler TiyUr ki Wni Donnelley, near Jerieo, !. t,up Tht Tfcrwfc.fr al tfntln tr al Mrnlafrlt Itliall nmlrrtMtratif f wleal? on, a IHk jttrt. ..Tnlhe wife of II J Veal you? Collar you? Cud you AU Will afH lhw Tfff howwrni It Ilia Urtt la Inamxl rMitlittnn J. Winter A Co., Cnrner of Third ami Mar- m entering hia cattle yard, with Ihe hy Mr and Mr. Harris, to celebrate the haa returned from a al ort vldt lo friends Hmm. Wl nIn RsaMffnlW Darat, lb girl ll tDljflm tatntM aj. rri 4r-ltn IHx hitrr. j n v n, w. 1101 him. lhtM UrxlaatInit ItMtaiat nf rtiltlfalWtn adj. I ntnn rft ket Hi reels, IiuistlllegKyannounctlhem-selsleeves of hk rot flannel shirt displayed, 21st birthday of their eldest child M. J. in Danville.. Prof. Pickett aaxl little son y FMIIIIM ANnYARIM Meaa II. ftfr.kri Kj isr trU hnf on Arrtn Al, ftn htxiw atl fln r h iVKtr UnaM firm ready and willing to do anything was attacked hy his hull ami gored ao bid Harris, Jr , was indeed an enjoyablo occas- Months were guests of Mrs. Mat Walton llaa a th A Pon hate all colera ami qualillea m arl lhon Aim, a Ifoitat nml it lent ion, with a sure enough supper which re- and Mrs II M. Uurdelt from Saturday that styliih clothiers for men, boys ami ly that he died frm his Injuries, PUBLIC SALE OF LAND till HntiritHTviinVTtOTthtTA Itott la law ami tfftannetaaml yarna at whok-aala nt nthfr lrarnfnnr.1 flected mueh credit on those who managed Monday art (tool, tnl aimlbtr children, an J aillillc .Ucrsli.nt Tailors csn ...Misses L,,,,,, Jf1Kff an,l J,,), CapUT.tl. Maura haabsca re.inaUted Toucan get jtut wlial yo wanloy i prr iTaDorcnaru W m in ijx town of lif nuafniia willitrrrtvinI ran not i de Haft aiMTa Will It rrat be lo your Interest In mil la all the privilege of the Louisville Jock- Tt ttirafiL IhiI Owsley, nieces of Judge Owsley, ami Miss tati n tf rmtir IN t tfhary ealling on them. 1111 W.T. tt nhOn-ha- Mtf The Jill has been completed, and I Hayes, of Ilelle Seminary, spent from Fri I Vjftmtw tt huhm M'Mft-- Allr tract nfftiiat, BillrfM7nt on Idem T will H to lml 417 ey Club This was recommended by Col. hf IsHATujrlttsf In aH ttat. MttHtAt nn I h rna! Ial good work, Ihe day lo Sunday with Mrs. judge IlmrtY Tom l'rnntll. arrretnl Peter nt Ows'ey with certainly a specimen of of the Club, Mori- - Not no Votriu. Jordan Wa ile, dark, in; frtm IHafiUrtl tnMtiirMl almt 2 hillt Pouth WoohlrUge, cU near Milleilgetille, Tuea , Tliolaaal thickness of tint logs docs not suggest a These ladies f Najiw.iitf rntvatnlnc 71 an very charming ami enter U writ tlmtorisil haa fine walif afl Ihfiv ira tnjQ almut 10 yeara old, blark, wear mmlaehe, whom Moore hid the difficulty last Fall. day, agalmt wbem there bad been an in During Ihe year just cloed there were "whlsiiering gallery." Mr John Iluch- taining, and should visit Iheir annt fre- clWkv tsntrfnf aftfa i rt pnn II Tcim (Hi t and la a little lame, and Jim Faulkner, Huh dltlraenl fr eeteral yeara for carrying anan superintended Ihe building of the quently I, aF Hubble, lino, , is in Som tMrlX tmm,whsn hotinaftnn i ami maillalam tn tirjtotlats1 ptarlivfi inTf rrt anil nearly a mulatto, about CO yeara old, ft fret received at Cincinnati 007,027 hogs, 211,-R7- 0 wa erset on business la nnnewalcd wea.oni. In the Nut IMnk of Hoiitrrt, with a Urn upon . .Dr. Herring, Ids lit cattle and 501,7(2 sheep. The average jail, and that CiIv".lrnt to siying It S or 3 Inches till, and chunky, hate gene ItOlllltr II I. A I.N. l.rlil well done Ile daughter and Mr. Ilstier returned on Iter Mr. 1'ctrry, to JefTersontille, InJ Another darkey weight of the hog waa 21180 Dimi r Ilia Wouhim rattle Mr. 1. 8. Tetli left tir Kansas, Tuei-da- Tuesday evening from an la w fitltlaf an 1 f Ibhemnty, of wlioae wounding hy Ihe who had the aame offer made lo him, aay 1M1 0 lb, and sheep S.0 8 1U. The number the Cincinnati SALE OF STOCK, CROP. &c. To the rpieatlon, "When will you reDoctor retort the dbebarge of a ride knocked down from ill thai Ihey went lo tote, and were promised of eaeh diss of stock i less than Ihat ol t!tica! feX.I3STE turn '" he replied never more lo be a res ver raging In that State, with excellent place on Ihe wall by a hen alighting on it, $10 and travelling expenses They will last year t wlllonvrst siMtr section, will prosiiecls for Democratic we noted lot week, ln aince died of hit Jas success Pari! CoinT IAk. Three hundred ident at C O Spring, but we bo he spotted and sent lo the Penitentiary If that decision, and when the Duncan, Owen lllgney, Jas Denny and ox FIUII IV, OLTOIIKIt 2JI, 1880, Fall and Winter Millinery Goods ! injurlea cattle on sale Monday, with price somethey attempt the object of their trip doora to Ihe public next Mis Sallie Denny Sales were nude at from Hotel cpena its are attending the F.ipo- - Al my resKlesies near tctony rblnt 81 b4-llsawhat depressed. y Town Trnaleea ought to rcipilre rVWtral lS lieitir with rarv Tnr Tbr writ n IH Ulver, sit my Col'RT or Claims This Conn waa In 2 to 3 cents, with some left over There season, may Mr Tetli lie at hi accustom- alilon at Cincinnati this week. . .Judge to aril an J ant ran ani win wii m m lot owner In Stanford to hang lit) gale ed place. No young man has been more Wm. McKe Duncan four daya this week, with all of were from 75 to 100 mules on the market. and our friend II. T. Horses, Cuttle, Farm Utensils, House AS LOW AS THE LOWltST. open from the atrcet orcoml lilm eoaito universally In possession of the respect of Noel left yesterday for the Ione Star Stale J. Nine suckling mules were sold al antl Kitchen Furniture, && lokirpa rel light at them aa a aignal of the Magistrate present It Tbanalnitbrt (Vlrrhfi for thtlr UVnil iirofiax good wishes of the middle-age- lo establish a large M 1'hlllps, Miool Commissioner, I. It. per heaj alt aaia thrm lo tall att4 at Common horses sold at from the aged, the cattle and sheep ranche Terms al thsssle. hr fouda. I it danger e aaw n lady gel Ifl.lly hurt la I ii nut roi. and the smiles of the young, than near Fort Worth, where Mr. Noel owns a Mountain sheep r held Sunday night hy walking agalnal an nvn Chenaull, Treaauier, and awarded Ihe $15 lo $101 Shelhi fevis, and he merits the same by a considerable tract of land While we wish bid waa sold at $i H.1 Poor bouse to W. l'ursifull, whose Iln cams day, t will rent SO Arrrsortlie tarm on one to llitarkneia. which sir. IKiilun Itnw lives, IneliiJIog Ik hunas. life of moral rectitude, strict attention to these worlhr gentlemen much to take the farm and board the adult pauerriril we leain From the Uichmond suceees, we AlsHilawaerestnao in n.rn ItmlNitsnrelalBirrsss. ('AWE Ann KrrKiT. Our Tunnel City per at $IV 75 per head per year. willingness! to make all hoiie they will business, and 3d hi., Itet. Main S. Hveamnrr, Itosstislon atcen In a lew days aHer the aals This Is Ihat three extra fine mule colts were sold not be so veil pleated as to IH-NII.A1 ASilLILMIN cnrreaxndent wrltea "There wai a diffi- epiat to about K0 per head, or nearly $19 in Itlchmond Monday al $S3,331 eich. around hlni happy. You will be missed, iwrniancntty remain there OHIO. CINCINNATI, culty a! Horton A Otiinheli'e Diallllery less on the pauper than last year, when It Msj John I). Harris sold hi farm of 710 Mr Tetis Our kindest wishes go with The Secretary of the Garrard County REPORT OF THE CONDITION Uedneeday night, hetneen John Campbell was $73 per head you. .Mr. and .Mm. m. Jiuchanan are teachers Institute ha handed us the fol We donl think Mr acre at $03 per acre On the market MonRefitted Throughout. Will Accommofurand Meae Itoea Too mutch bramly wai Pnrsifilll will be able lo fallen them at lowing report for publication, for which day, there were 300 rattle, 200 sheep, 100 now keeping house, and with their new date 400 Quests. the cauae, and a aore head for IIom and $7 those figures niture tastefully arranged, ite'.tie'a bright we are obliged. Garrard County Teachers The Farmers National Bank When Ihe matter of allowmule ami 75 horses. Cattle aold from 2 ami coala for Cam) bell waa Ihe effect " smiling face, and Willie's delight In obey1 1. Iliughman the aum KK) ing Mr 8. KATK.N, f!.r0 .V 83 IT.K I 1 Y. ot $ Institute, according to previous announceto .1 cents. Mountain sheep aold for $2 'V H'I'AM'tlllll, ing, a happier home can not be found in the (own Tnr Valuation Of Ihe Knoxtille In addition lo Ids fees in the oflice of Sher $225 a head Mule colts sold all the way K. J. Iliggim has been elected delegate, to ment, met at Ihe Courl-Hnu-- e 0LEEKS i Join B. Oonnellv, D. E. Allen of Ky,on Saturday, Oct. 2d, In the Utate of Kentucky, at the Cloae of llrancb by the llallroad CummlMionera la iff came up, Attorney, W II. Miller oppos- from $35 lo $50 Aged mules sold from represent the Good Templars In Grand Uualneas, Oct 1, 1880 and J. U.Oooper, Late of UtsntorU, t.j. II 1,000 per mile and $3,000 per mil for ed it on the ground that there was no au $Cs0lo$H0 ( 100,1 horses told from $75 to Lodge which will convene in IOuUville ISirO; Comr. John K. West In the Chair The regular Secy being absent, on motion thority for it Mr. Ilaughman produced $100, and plii(.s from $20 lo 0 Nearly aide tracki, making the total amount M. BREITENB&CII, Fropr. October 12lh. Mr. Higgin will be a good it waa auggested that George T. Mason net III HOI Iter S for the 11030 niilea and aldlnga. his published cards to show Ihat lie had all of the rittle and sheep on the market Loins list illarMials. UTS el representative, for It would be hard to find Secy of the meeting After the usual UcerJrsna I.4M 97 The ltlciinwnd llrancb 33 V) mllce In run for the office on the understanding that were aold Sime mules and horse were a young m'an who is trying to do hit duty ceremonies, song and prayer, the ad lre V 1 Hunts InsrewrellmiUllon. M0 000 00 lenglh with .05 mllce of aiding! li talneil I e was lo get the additional pay and Ihe left oter slocks, lsThlsltl. mortfsses ..- - 4I.0OU 00 A of welcome was fact Ihat he was elected, was proof to him delnered by Samuel A Other Commissioner C 1' llowman, in lit aaa good citiien more thin he . .Mr. C0,393 37 at i1M,X) . line rrniu sroTel reserve sgenta W thai he wa entitled to the bonus, lie October report, aays that there will lie, ac- Fgbert has moved his photograph Tent to Walton, Hsu II waa a finisheJ and ornate Hue rroin oilier Nstlotisl Itsnis (lAHRARD CinciIITCOlRT V. rKYTiilMi 1.214 90 Nr. You would be Proctor a store He hai made some tery address, replete throughout with eloquent Due Iroiil r)tst laosa an I linkers Ac - Mix furlter remarked that Mr Miller's ci posi- cording lo the Information be his receivreader, lo tint the atore houw of tion was on purely (vrsonal grounds. This ed, falling Ssl Ot) Oro. DicsaT, I'trr ,t- Datura, knot Mr. George James has re- argiimcnta in favor of iopnlar education Itealeslstr, tiinitura smlHalHrrs fine pictures 1'ErE a olTof Ihe acreage of wheat aa 71100 Current espenses snJ tsxes psttl H llayden llrothera and ace the aplrnJid new brought Mr. Miller In his feet, who denied compared with last llf tlrn of a Jn ttrmrnt anj order of aal made turned from Cincinnati whither he went to A neat and chaste response by Kid Jesse IHIIs or Mlier llinks. .. Is) 020 . year, but a great inbytb Miarrani circuit .oun at na auii icr il and rare thlngi they ofTer for aale Krom the charge and asserted that he did not raw. th iinJtralcntl stock, of Fall and IH90, In ll.s inter gooda. Waldcn. Prof W. 8. Smith, ol Ihe North 1 raetloBsI paper enrreney, irltkets snd crease In the acreage of barley The corn lay In hi 2 C3 '.(.rAin.r ofaaMft will, on MoiDlT. KT tt. 90 ... .ennles lop to bottom of their ahelte and from bring rsonal mattera before that Court door In . ....Willie Tarrant haa been tery sick Middletown Classical and Col hrrle eorp, generally, ia regarded aa a good one. 8,000 00 County Court day, ttortnalurt-IIou. I.ancait?r( Ky tmMlrly xoaetoul In Ilia blf leeunter lo counter, tterythlng la new and but was able to settle them outside. Some 3 000 00 int ami . notes o.'iyi hour The Fall grass crop Is not promising, and with Pneumonia, but Ida Physician pro lege, spoke about ltt alyliab. Menee will procure anylhlng.and other personalities were Indulged in, when however seasonable II may lie from this nounces hlni out of danger now .. ..Mis in a tery enrrest manner on various branch- ltedempllen ruml with It. Trcaxurrr 001) 00 -.- .errlmlstlon) the merchant who goea Into market with a Ihe Court commanded the belltgerinta to time onl, 11 can not first class unless we Annie Iluchanan has returned home from es of education. At 2 o'clock the Instican buy what he wants full porkel-lX)- l. T.tsi - Jjisaasj Of Valuable flarrard Counly Iaad, lafoii on the Woodford .Mrs. S II HIggins, .Mrs. tute resumed it business and Prof Smith come to order or pay a fine A tote wai should have such an open,growlhy Winter Uncaitrr A Crab Orrliard turmlkp, within I1 almoal at hie own price The Haydena I.I A IIII.ITI f.S taken and the result wai ten for allowing as Ihe last With a somewhat short hay John Uuchanan, Misses Jean and Miggie continued to largely on profesmllaof the tow not Lancaster, waned hy Mra.FaD will glte you the beat good" at the loweat 000 00 nle L. Talley at lirr death, and Ulnjt that portlun the bonus and four against il. Mr. Miller crop, if the W inter should shut in upon us Dickinson, John Iluchanan, Jr, Mr. sional teachers and tho advantage of Nor- OspOal Mm k M In devised lo her by lier father, Haul. Iak, deed It . Marrias fuml 11J.V M price to ault iur George Jamc and Miss Kate Hayes are mal Schools. Dr M. I. llourne, Dean of lBlrldl irallts. . thereupon, look an a peal to the Circuit early ami prove a hard one, it will be too IRK! Id will heaoM la one body or In parcel chaaera. flnt offered In rarrela. lbeo in Il will 190,000 00 this faculty of Franklin Institute, delivered a National Ilink Notes Olll.ljiijllit . Tiip Reaiom Wiiv We are aometlraea Court, but we hope the matter will bedrop late lo indulge rrgrela at not carefully enjoying the Cincinnati Kiposllion one boundary th bid or blda will bearreted that HC'.TOrt 73 reallxerooattothaeatate Real A Isarjce McLean, the for- tery learned disquisition on the subject of IuJIrkUil Iralls sbjeel l cheek Mr and Mr aaked why we glte the firm of llayden ped as a fslr chance has heen giren anyhusbanding etery resource In the way of week . aa 7 drDreaol tha necearrout bnlldinfra art on tbe IiosKiWlNr.NslUssal I'jsks. ... of Capital Hotel Mathematics mer successful proprietors CM 411 I remlaea, and the location liflPK ronaldrrcd, It l llrothera audi farerable nollcra in our body lo lake Ihe office for Ihe fee alone proremler. Prof. Ilcnjaniin Franklin I me lo mate Hsnaa aoj tankers ihe must delrabl r Ure tn tbe rouoiv Ihe paper One rraaen la becauie Ihey keep a am' no one lias t resented liim-e- ll I ndtrjudntentln theraaof Haml Iuita li (01 Mi Ooi'rtT lAi A steady, cold I rankfort, wero the guests of the Kennedy Fran made a few very appropriate sup . Tolsl SJH,aJM eruloraT8.Samt tuik'a IWraand Creditora, Mrs. amount of claims allowed was about $7,000, rsin fell all day, but notwithstanding this, House last week.. .Mr. and Mrs. George I lemental remarks a alaek of gooda, and anotlrr ia Prof S M. Cook Margaret Link la entitled la an annuity, tho KT VTB IrF KrNTt which $7711 15 goei to the Jailer, thla land beln,. til rr annum they fell them at the tery loweat of j tlssmlyor UHeoln there was a large crowd In town and some Itolvrls and Mis Fannie Pel If, hate been ing called upon, advanced a new theory as pHyat le'iiMrterly. but uiwler ihe Ju lgiuent for aale e, antl II e 250 price eanaialrnt with a fair profit. No to tie keeper of Ihe nn I Jus. IL Clwsssy, IVililer of Iheal-.r- e nsme.1 herein. baM amount la ordered ti I paid up lt head of cattle offered for aale. Judg on a visit to Air and Mrs. Flavin Miss to the methcsl of imputing 11, out of theproceetlarrallird be thla sale twst Ih slwve hod.ly goaata are (emitted lo enter their balarce for Ihe pay of officers and hnn J ing from the reports of the Tellers of the Nannie Slavin is tlalllng the aame family Cloth Measure Tins again brought Prof Hsitt, .1 tosiilsinly swssesay kaowlaOar amiMateweut after that date It will I a chance upon IbU land U inss IrlleT Iks heal at Mr Jim Ilrooka la In town for a day 11. F J.rans In the front, who proceeded Tl JaodlS uobtha, purrhavr home All their gooda arcCnt claaa, auch dre-k- a of small clalmi for hundreds of dif two Hanks, a larger amount of money than J sl i u uuKit i,r.i,i.T loeieeule lion la with goo-- security, bearing; InM clothing, dreaa gooda, clotha, caaaimerea, ferent things, A coramillee waa appointed usual changed bands, aa they say they or two. He alwaya finds a glad welcome to pulverize Prof. Cook anj hia pet theoHiVwrttaalais sworn totTCre me llila nh lsy terest from dale at the rata of 0 per rent per an , num until paid, payat le to the un Irnlgned Ctomr I' 1. 1 Mr. Jake Owsley has ries. Prof. II F. Hudson was called Uon, oil ku, lis. JMi J Mcl.otil l.rn linen, nkbona, netlona, eta, etc., and in lo continue the Improvements of the Court never handled aa many checks in one day. in Crab Orchard In eiuallnttalunta, haTlnjt tbe lone anl etlett of Judgineoti, lien lelns retained on th land ti Spiarewilh the contlct labor and Ihe Capt II T Hush says that the cattle on returned from the Louisville race looking and thoroughly eluciAted the mb)ect of I sc rest sttssl fact, they offer no inferior gnoili far aale n-i- i J U. Mlssss. 1 aetureineir raymeni sale aale were mostly of a common rjualiiy, 2 very handsome money arising from Iheir hire and the ....Dr. Fph Stephenson Fractions. The Inslitut felt highly hon4IT-Wltreclors. . II SiuxKl, Matter The Iaw Card Of llrecklnrldge A J T I'.llllt, rock from the ground, and 3 year-old- s selling at from 2c to 3. Calves has entered Ihe Medical School at Louis- ored by the arrival of Prof. Joseph Desha lliKkinrldge in another column of brick and widen ihe street brought they were also ordered to la Pickett, our efficient Supt. of Public 'In$12. 50 to $14 per head, and year- - ville... .Mrs. Smith of Mt. Vernon, The firm la rooiKd of the Judge and ti to REPORT OF THE CONDITION side fifteen feet the whole linga from $20 to $25. Plug burses sold at with her brother, Mr. George W Leans In struction, who waa delayed In getting here the latter of on the hast eon, It. J. UrceklnrlJgc.Jr length of the njuare. The Llerk had a $50 to $70- - medium at $75 to $110. No the country At the unanimous request of the meeting, baa been a realdent of our town for whom last night, otherwise the he proceeded to deliver a general address mule on the market Maj J M. Higglns llntlirsCilllr. nearly a year On the Judge'e legal abili- craty ie!l NATIONAL 1.ANK might bate lcn ful'cr. reports salea of common cattle at 2eto C A. Smith Is rejoicing oter the ad- upon the Causa of lihicitional Facilities ty it la not nccreaary for ill to dilate, aa he 111' b'l'AM'Oltl), 31c, and horses at $10 to $100 vent of hit first specimen of humanity thla of the Stale. He in a yery forcible man la known far and wide aa one of our luoat .11 1 II It I liVl.s. able practitioner, and we can not pay the J. n Glasa rocks the cradle this ner showed the elevated twilion occupied At BUnford. In the Utate of Kentucky, Cincinnati The demand for feeding week by professional teachers, and in an able James K. Cantrill, Lieutenant-Governo- r at Uloso of llusinen, Oct. 1. 18S0. eon a higher tribute than to aay that be is rattle continue good. Good butcher stuff week with his first girl in it. of the Stale, will he married to M!e la fira.. llut little is doing In shipping Preaching at Olite last Sunday by luannei dcsenlied a model teacher l!f reA bvin a line chip of tre old block . UKHlltl willi a naturat turn for the law, May Cecil, al Danville, the 12th of Ihli slock. There Is a slight decline in the hog I'eva. McMullin and Singleton . ...Two quest, he explained Fractiona and eulogizIsans so-- t lilacsnts - tltltl which lit b made a study for aeteral month. market No change In the sheepand lamb able and interesting essays were read by ed Mathematics as the faithful expositor of (ittnlcsOs l,70i .. He spoke very I H. iNwJsluamire The marriage of Mr Healon Owsley, trade llelow are the Misses Julia McMullin and Susie flooeh all exactness in science lViuu yeara, we are confident that it will not be MS -. In the Walnut Groto Sabbath-Scholast touchlngly of his pupils in dear old Gar- I s. IloiiJi on tisn ... fame worthy of the son of Mr. J. O Owsley formely of Ken long before ho makes a quotation.. 4 SO stocks, tucky but now of Chicago, la announced to Cattle 1o1 ts choice butchers rard, while he was connected with Ken- Oilierfmia s tand, atr.t iiurtgac Sunday. noble name he Wars Ilus IS iith1 rssrcfo BgHils . iMUlto take place on Noy, lid. The prospective Iwlr to gowl skippers -- ....... S,S This ofhee received a dun for money tucky I ntversity, and closed with an ele- IiusIrwucCberNsttuiisI IVcokf Divorce ami AcaoN A few days ago bride is Mi's Harrie Uyrne, a well known . Iluuj totbulee rows 1331.63 C9 to help carry on Ihe Republican canvass gant peroration appealing tu the fieople to Pu froia ttst. Banks sd.1 bankers .. ajugllx) a.lCi soj flslurv.. lira. Kate MonJjy eued C. Monday (or flout lo choice belferiw ! society belle of Louisville. It rusl !lste, furnltura tsxrs4ul for the Presidency, a few daya ago. Be assist In the education of the masse as; . 2.S03I3 Current rs)vnstssuj Ouiaion to good oaea alleging cruelty and a failure to 1 0033. CO assured, Mr. Editor, that our Republican waa moved and secoudeJ that a committee freluluius aid -foe her a reaaona for wiahing the mar iis. in: 1.3T! MKMI.-- 3 ... . lloos MeftcJ butchers !! friendi ( need at Washington did not get be apisunted toselcit the next place for t bisks an.! dtiercaali ttetos. IHIh of ollwr llinka. . 1,10! Ince their separation, rrage tie dlsaolred . 4 1031(1) il. Oouiuioa to lilr . Cai dwell. Mr. W. Ik Caldwell, son be upon their "devoted heads." holding tho Institute and to draft the usn- - IVsrttscisl . :.k3to Coin inon to cbolee Mr. Monday has indulged freely in strong hitBKr liir rurrencr, nickels sul 2 ISourbcn Dawes and 11. F Caldwell, died In Louisville ofDr W lnnles. WM The llolticlaw llrothera' show wai al resolutions. J.OOcUOO I auihs rjbiumoa lo choice.... drink, and on Wednesday sent word to Ida S.l Friday Ial of apolpexy. here Monday night. The most delightful L'vans were appointed, and soon lelurned rWl In Louisville, the following are the . note .H w . s.c6: wife, that If she did not rend and get her ItsUecul ttsu find with U. N Trcsaurev feature alwut It wa the music made on the following report ejCOTATIOV. things that day, she would netergel them. i?esolre-- f Tbst wi iljourn to meet st IIKI.U3UHS. Mi's (A I ctnt. csT ctrtutatkiDi,. ....h t,V MO the organett, a new Instrument producing tits) tot CiTTix-no- od to eatrs ihlrptn Nov. Clb Dial night, Iheir house waa burned doan, (Vuimott to eitraosen . . alsl U 3"! theiound simply by running sheets of ehool . . 3sm Tal Iiishop Karanaugh is presiding cmr rioiiaf Tbst we. the teachers ot I, srrsrj casua-land everything in It consumed, the furni3Mto ajo perforated paper through It, by means of Mockers.. of hereby tender osr lu LI IIII.ITI F jSOto 273 . ture, At. being tallied at setcral hundred the I.ouisvilte Confirence now In session Couituoatoliest lHiUhcrs ..SIWWOM) thsnki to th cltlscBs of Laaesstcr for their ktn-..... Cs4tslMikHaia lloos CholcspscklsftnJ butchers 1.71IO I U a crank with roller corners attached. dollars. This proierly waa held by Sirs. at Olasguw . 3tl,Ws)tX) ltsllly . huci.ttisF.ivl 4 twio Mr. M. I). Hughes addressed a few ami generous hosjlhfullrix-eedli-asoThe first Presbyterian Church estab Llfkltotsir Id 4,410 :s . Mouday In herown right, andonyrslcrdsy Ihia hsect-lo- a iiiiUeJri Wn--t That a ta 10 ISO citUen Siiarr CVmuioci to cstra here last Saturdiy. Ills small IIS.OOO W .. Nsl. Ilsnt nolesiUHrotlsw for imbltcstloq tolh Is rasas Jot she came to town and swore out a warrant liahed in America wai ia Somerset county, sizes. . 2llo SM audience waa altogether owing to this negOsamon lo talre liula. CTWI 49 IdJItMhsI latest U cbk r snJ Ilantllle .Wmvs-Afteagainst her husband, charging him with Md , In IG'Jl. WIM llu Is cither hstlnnsl Ikinks -. poster announcing ligence In sending out the adoption of the above resolutions, Pus tu Mats Unka au I Uaukrrs . . Itet. Dr. Archibald will preach at the SM Tu cviiAri'a arson lie waa arrcatcd, and le now under Hi and a few congruous remarks by our pothe date and nature of hia address. guard awaiting trial at 2 r M He Presbyterian Church next Sunday morn .. tsi,0M 0 TmsI .. .vfff, J'M'ifrfMflm' received, and It it hoped lite and H)lislied Comr, a motion to ad speech was well denies) Ihe tharge ami saya it ia an ellort of ing at 11 n clock. l S. AJ.F Fugleman bate rented the by many that he will visit us aga)n In the journ was carried Also lmvo in Summor goods : -- Kid. W. I. WUISame writes "Our The list of teachers TkT(IK kl.NTltK j" atr f HkcbIs, lia wlfia kinsfolk to ruin him Anfarui of Mrs. Mary F Fngleman for the near future Mlssea Mary Kay, Amanda present meeting near Crab Oi chard closed list Sun Ico-CroaFroozora, Wa- no. 3. McltslMYls, libliisr o sUive iisiiiihI I, Komam rSroiLtn. Ij.tl'ridiy there day with 40 additions. Am now at Hutu ensuing year - mm, I1.SI llio atuvs -- Mr. 0 W. tllfT, who haa been driting derson, I Isle Crainr, Sallie Arnold, bailie Irfiuk J .lu - ' ilatrHttttstrMtlhltrf iur kiwivlnlse anU arriud at the larpentcr House here, Mr, K. Ik White had a fine gelding lo a team at "Staflbrdavlllc," waa severely Anderson, Mrs. Mary Yantis, Vmanda Ar- CwMs Sulphur Station, Kockcnslle county." J sirltur.1 l.ir, vsiiiier youth of IV, rawed Mark bhelton, and one day last week by being thrown nold, Margaret Cheek, Profs. II. J' Hud The Synod of Kentucky of the Cum die Sunday night front Ihe effect of a kick sii.1 aviwn to lator me Hits ?th dAj Grain - Shovols, lender lUiifcl of -- li, who gate her name as bcrland Presbyterian church will convene on the fore leg, logcfconaid-erabl- e son, M. K llourne, Jesse Walden, , oijons, iswj It from a wagon, in which was a j ii. unm r l, cc I i Mary llarpir. Ihey bad come all the way at (Irecntllle, on Ihe --list Inst. The memtViBKKrr AnasT W. (I Preston sold to Hush Thomp-klu- i , aire, and he waa caught under the Lilian!, 8. M. Cook, J Arnold, J. P Pitchforks, &o. J H Mi kusvu, ) IMcoclors. from I'ulaakl, riding the aame hoiae.whleli of Dantllle, 20 cords of seasoned hickbers of the Synod will be entertained by wheel, which passed orer his arm and Naylor.W T SI Clair, II F F.vani, llour-bo- n V J h. Ilocku, the woman claimed waa her ruperly and the citizens. , II YV AUS.VIkS,) ory wood at $1.15 per cord. L. A WeavDawes, Geo. M. Patter-onshoulder, producing a tery painful wound which she nuthoriied the young man to school has got to though not serious enough to prove fatal. er, Clayton Anderson, W. D, Markabury, Mlsa Lydia A Northern Methodist Conference In itock Remember, we keep a first-cla- n sell to rairv funds for their eloenient tn fission last week be so large that she waa forced to employ Win, Humphrey' S. I). Gooch's and STOItE-KOO- X W. S. Smith and Supt. Joseph lesha Pickin Ohio waa polled as to F0K KENT Indiana, where Ihey were to be married. their choice for Prcshh.nl, when it wa of Staple and Fancy Oroceriei, an assistant, Miss Luella Ilrlght Is assist houses were both totally destroyed by fire ett Jonv K WrsT, Comr Ihe next morning, howeter, .Slielton lut- found that 300 were for (infield and two Ing her now Geo T Masov. Sect. Arabh Hotel A ilsMlrablaSturfEa(iu In the Kt last week. About the only prorly saved Susan, Coffeei, Holaif tsullJlng la for rent It haa lull fti tet irunt, . la w) ing aoht the horse for $00, and obtalnol only for Hancock That's the kind of cutI!ev. J. 8. Sim will preach regularly by either were the feather beds, which deep ana well niled wltntounirra ana JtW SIltlUtlMlllMS. 1 an eu nr auurt-ssome cash from the expectant bride, alto tle, they are. ei, Coal Oil, Tea, Ilrlght' School-Horevery first bun-da- were aaved with great peril. The usual at a IIAI Ulin KS A MALI . gether amounting tu $100, thought it the but he gave hie members lu under reply to the iueatlon "How did It hap blauturd, Ky Rice, &c. I.U,NTHK JMI lltOV, cheapest fur htia to pocket the money and stand Ihat they had lo uy him. pen" I given in this case in so many FOR SALE ritlYATKLY, Thirty-fir- e leate the woman to mourn the lose of mules were bought in Clay There Is eome ersoii or vrons In words caught from a detective Hue AGENTS WANTEDS both Acting on the Idea, he junid county last weekat$S0, this iielghboihood Ihat are passionately 130 ACHES KXCELLENT LAND InFanoy GrocorioB, wo havo Can 1 A It It AIM HU;TUbKl-STltaboard a passing freight train and lit out Oi:Tl. We have heard of Hon. J. S. Owiley sold to John Ilrlght fond of aweet Iiotatnea IIAlTIHr AKntUAN(L Well watered ami well tluberM, lylm lmmf.ll- - AswKlatlon Men of rxerleme in Uf lnurame, nod Goods of ovory description, Finding herself desert 5 head 1,270 lu, cattle at 3) rxnti. for luslurce new. HlanCurd ASMby Illy Ue, t ml lea who ran wine well several patches being visited at night. atelyoutht blended, will And It t illle'fsfrr. i tbelrluterestlueddnwa g ed and without a cent to return home, she Ia the from btantrfd Alt lu erata. i Itudld beuip Un In the hemi-field- s It il reported that a certain young la John Ilrlght bought of (ieo W. Alford Cbooso, Maccaronl, Spices, A. II. ri.Vl,Ney , tWJia HI JOHN lIHIC.Ill.lJUutWJ sought the ad I ice of some (,entlemtn wild 12 head of 1,3.11.1b. cattle at 3c Borne of the dy not many miles from this place content fctnljrd,Xr fatonte spoil at this season. Extracts ot all kinds. adrised her to telegraph to Ibanon and Wni. Anderson, of Preachersville, aold plate going to-- Illinois about the 20th, boys like It better thau glss ball or luill First -- Eato Farm For Salo I hate the nun arrested when lie got there. to ltice A Fox M) oattlo at $o0 per head She will cliTnge her name liefire she shooting This she did, and Slielton waa accordingly Our youn; people manifested their soMce lot of pure Fnglish Ilerkihires, starts I ilrslr la sstl Un Itskrr Isrni. cesr MorefsnJ llivlac Jeterwloe.! lo quit tsriuliif Iur a wklls. I We alio keep a Large and Complete ttcclc nabbed by the Marshal ami put in jail, the belli sexes, for sale by J H. Owsley, Stanford Mr. Tho. Mclloberls, an euterprislng ciability one evening last week by giving Blsllvn, Uoeulu to , kjr cuatlinlu aft Aires, ciflVr Iur sal. prlvstclr, wr fjrui, Irina un th rv-uilteslroca Wslsut of Oblna, Qlau and Qaeenitraie, , woman hating sworn out a warrant clurg -- J. A. Phillips, of Wayne, sold a lot of farmer of lioyle has recently threshed Id the Misses Duncan a storm arly. They wllb rouiforlatl. d.clliua lustuawlv rvrtl laro ... . . . tsclsvl,rek, a ....i r...... il.. I. .alist Larna. un tlrikl. laulcntM .,.,....! lug hlui with grand larceny, A number of good mountain oattle here this week at '.') crop of clover. It maJe hlni 50 buihela lo were pleannlly received and elegantly en- (uuj crctiarJci Isnir of vsler, (euill., luawl re-- K u , In sulnelaUluclioil, soU tonrePl'Ul lo Lamni aud Chimneji. o meal., sroulj wuooU snaclirili, conlsln(ii-- l ulr recaousdectrlniaiiuojliom. Acres! well la kwk sl tills Isiv. wrsona believing that she was deserting cent. the acre, and lie haa sold it at $0 per buili tertained UuJ 1 ss on II a uoi slucr trsu. . tillhe tautut. dlntiiaruutu and It It tun. of aid, raised a little purse for her, and she aold lo M, Straus 31 el. Ihat beata corn ami wheal mlghly We have heard nothing of W O llrad- John Carpenter liao. lsrmalcr dsc4 and all ve aMtil(lerHuear ttaadr vmmtuy wttUtoilldluya. Tuesday she head of cattle, averaging ,4V) pounds, at bad. An ejuellvutai ideunliar I Alio.aaood assortment ofTtnware, llarcta left for her home in I'ulaakl ley and George Denny, Jr, since they toot with lltebru la wall watt-re- Calionaeteral bcur-UtCan it be Mrs' J W. Harlan returned houie I'll - their departure for Indiana returned, briwginz with her her husband, at lc. ! r aJdrraa in twlutf. fr.uatMy ware, Tobaccoa, Clears, Notions, UN UJtm .IIIM.IStraU UtrharJ, Sim Harper, who claim that he haa borne The Kplaoollo haa leached Cincinnati, lay after a long visit to he parents In Mis - that they are totally submersed neath the and. In faot, eterr IhlDK uiu. imc iii:.sMi;s He but In a mild form, no horse hating yet asurl. Mbse Jennie and I.11 Ilelle liar - Democratic waves? that relation lo bee for eight years. VIIHY LOW Ttieonly ItvuHirratk UlutUated Newiaier ub ally kept In a tlrst-claa- a further slated Ihat the money and the dint of it. lau a sister and cousin came with her and Hog are selling at an average of about lltlied, will LtfMMit MitsalJ, Iur me wevaa unit I M A(uU House of tbe horse were his and that he luiant mischief -- Orer 12,000,000 buahcl or grain was will the Winter . Mis. Oldham $1.60 In this market... On Friday last, 75 endUraiuli:u) heud JUtriilM. 0ve weekawanted aulf Mrauufwr lu etery town kind. 'I hey went to shipped tu liurope In Septemlur, ciupJny-In- g and family left last week fur Ismlsville lor aaiuie if he did not get them back ataii mule coll passed through town to be de- - atrlftluiiorlceuta In TO Till. will lUuatlrated faUU-g- u UuUuM Lebanon, but were unable to make a case Miss Lull eager has gene to Washington lltered luTewmey A Fan is, of Iloyle This ivir aud 300 teasel. l Addreaa I rank Ualle 1 itllaa-lo- g acutftwetialvr IX., Ulty Birert New Wk IULllMI.li: IMIl'SIIIIU. have will uat the Uet lu of youny mule against hlivltwi and the following day they lied ford A Kennedy shlpivd from Par counlv on a tlll ron.cj.jiMiilljf Wa till alni.at all liuws, tot aU. U farabk le fatted it back to this place. Wo Interview- is Monday 32d head of fat ostlle, at an ag- liat.no tvisrerrnlallte from Ktanfonl al aetii for yarvi. to all ehe loij ssol tbcui, wllb Ikuoa, jrj,,li -- wd lucuta, of cariyie fiiie.1 iw '1,700 Acres Knob Land huwlajr aclioel for semi thus ed Mr. Harper on Ml rituru, u to wheth gregate cost of 1 25,Ct7. taiots, Hulla-r- , Ufi.lc. Uaak allitUs W ltUU Mrs, It, II. Kin he would oontinue tu lire with the at the Christian thurrh fcit eJ tWa(kt I J. preeulluji gat. her hun.lsy-htlio- (ilUon s farmer are busy putting In their The ir rital all uay ailraa lUsti tet-- Wteri tlLiwel ksvlocaayvfibelsslnaiasdarUtleatd oUm an inltrtalnuiviil last Kitur-da- y last hunday luornluj and nlslil wlw had occupied audi a doubtful wheal, and they tell us Ihat an ncreage The iw tUe Oalab., be Ue u lurtlle duilbf '1 litre waa not d evculng. a iHicubrr .Ie here are much ileaJ wlllihsireach-Ing- , relation with another nun, and the ascll,lo csll en HI bslo dlslsMlog of eual to laatyear will be sown Tho Louisville & Nashville R. R. anj deubtlesa will employ hlui to 1 dsalri U Mil IU TlusiiMsJ fjiads bskMslo soul rrplied "Yes, she came hick John M. Hall said to John (I. L)im, ( who was not lioiwrtxl wltli an luiilatlnn, .ioioll sswoclwiber,uJ III is IciSCstslsuliiMi. Ullsuw, dnd.,Bllusll 1 lie y at J was (ircach durinK next year. crying ami urrylng 011, and said she had yoke oxen for $0S, and to (larrard hlklu an.l of course all accej.tfil all Clallvoi lo Kr , cmi It,, .suss ol tlmsli liov. Wllla.lt set lo par lbs blfbest nuikrt cm Iratt, iswlslltt II AUol been Vuadcd into Ihe business by her friends, 2 ilagi for $(S. He bought of J, S. Mo beautifully llluuilnalul willi lltliiss. lanII. C. Kaulliniii haa tva wale lii.y cociulv teu ssrrs ladtltdloil II wtlb crvsi Mad ISj road uosll lUe Ibercbis la I blame llicni more thin 1 do her so Hold a lartte erowil aa ly hi wife iiresentlng hlni with a bouncim terns. At an eatlr Donald?! mountain cattle at $17X0. FOUR CENTS A MILE! tiouds. of W luesdsy A Ssilaudld Loeatloai lor bw MIU F. I'take brought lo town Mouday seuillrd anil alter clialtluc; until about ten gill baby nu the uiornin her she might come back and I would treat J. Issss listen will lo soM sitcr aud htsiee Uustuaaa was aniiouucol uul lo Ictsra llath last. In tht connection we duslre to ei- dsv lutk. .evil aud vlll not ! Ihey (talk of corn 22 feel high which bad o'clock then her good like I had alwaye done" us u Call hou lu ueesl of aujr-tklnte uswiwl Wilsss ilsoi4 by laAe.l or IL. Cwoim.jr la lauds ar. ackooarUOssd llies bato lelunitd lo I'ulaakl, and the only re- neither a shoot nor a tiuel on It. 1 le call- anil every one fared suui luoualjr. It Is lirea our delltht to hear that we UscaUsUs aiad ood IW islimi hii ijo allblu Tea lu our line. ..... I...,....1.UJ. Lj..u.i....l...... .!.... n Lads Isssoleow lasdiloorssk -,.. gret expressed be illhcr, that we heard of, ed It (he (larlirld variety ilnc- - It wai no uselcxs lo atluiit a drnll.lluii, (at . si-."" rc,, '. i. a i mini, iu3u A M , iii could no! do It justice In Misun good, tiscfeisl i'sssosa"ef AoYht iliii.Js iiiu- if was for the losa of Ihe uiuuey and mare i. ii. WAiiiiuXstHorv. rrrTiir !'T 'Miss .Tiilia A. Hunt - htt NOTICE tttif T j a'" TinXLINEBY. Mrs, Jfaic Iliuldorar EriEOA.3SrO? HBNEIE HOUSE Master Comr.'s Sale! i,t ... tvel 200 .OMi3S ... l0 Ikl.l. wrtisi apra rrrt Till: J JtC. WARREN & 1. O. NTOICi:, it .. a .... .... Fruit Jars Fruit Jars Fruit Jars!!! Wo have a good stock - .. Jars, ofallkinds and .ir'. Ju rt liVIVl FOIC SAIilr! lu,iJ 3XrOT?IOISS in ii;i:hia rnd Hound Trip Tickets EXPOSITION! ii FOR S A.Ij33. lr auir ait. ,..v,... ,,t &lic nlfrior 3oim,;.l. IIIIIMITIC NiTEM. Wirri lleruhardt leave ! .If HIKKT. Friday MorniD(f, October 8, 1880. , , lb (r i That Can Coont. MroaM iht fail la rail on thet si the rnoss f,tr ffi-JTET laerlf ae.l aa a tf. tare alsr, Mall Mall Tlirrs not much atimnlns to Mental activity in life o( ilo.l.liiiR on a liver Mr. .1. IV. Criilu'si Hlnre, Mt (tlHINMHCII 4.. ..... . . 111 M track, mhI yet instances are Inimn , IMJfV . Soalh SUt ot Main Slrecl Stanford. Kr wliem homes have taken lively interest lllljr "APOLLO YOKE" FMlnsj city .. (trkwrimt In Hie Irani, the method of rarrvlnfl on t & , til IS OS M . tlie business, ami cseol.,lr that iiortii.li fhlln.l w ( t)fnlrrlins il al H of it which involves their time nil Islior . ,'l " IV.1 r,itnM , They lima thought it all out, ftii.1 ISmtnri ..toa... . It lt-ra-- .11) " No. 01 4th Stroot, lieen alilo t tell tlio numlarnf . .. .. oMKlinrJuBrlVMi I . -- .. I a "' tripa assigned fiir.their ilaj'a lalmr ami ta Invtllt " Xi I SI when it mils. When a horsn is able to I X. X- I"iiHli llarrniilafJisT Janrllna 4 . S is - a rsi trll how anch work i reniiircd of him a itw"! rtfTrs NlOH.la-.fieach ily, ami when hia (lay cn.ls, the M- a J I. l ttlniiHi s" ...I I If . achievement passes Iwvim.l tlio ranfro of 1i .. . t at " -Ittfarl1 the mere animal instinct and attains Tree m ' WlMUmitwn I i - I IV .. WallMl plane of reason awl lntelliKenc. Horse-ca- r t at " ii " l i m - js Arr drivers tell man elous stories of the Intelligence. .Ueplavisl hy tho aiiiml TRAINS WUTII!1UNI. under their charge. A driver on inie of W Lnnnnnnnnnnnm wMaiaMaaaawMwiOr sa??lBBaTwBt taaaaaaaw tlie Vourtcenth-ttree- t ' cart ia strongly of Warners Safe KMr ud Urer Core. Mall Mall STITIONS tlio o)inion that horse know how to ' PAPER FOH THE PEOPLE. A thrmsrb Fareeoa jAeroia'n ATnf f"Wr ) count If this rather uuiisnsl statement prrparatifin mt ths m aatr Tfiahl ssa1 I nit.m lliaeaw- -, ' tfi I r.r t1rthl IW waH? lntftwAI.L I.Tistlsrlaaall I ii qnestloned, the ilri.cr simply savs llMisr, wtnl I nation I si (Halns Ilia. Ijtlral ews Irom nil 1 rlnnr Ilwr4s?, lildN.. ialrrt mhhI '' Wllllaaialoan "Well, if they don't, how are yon going a as is it ' iwimotitsu of tbt tilgb-n- ort)f ( rrocf of lhe worl.l, Willi Vnlnn- ... It at - sat to explain thia?" and then he goes on to (TTorgta Of thM Ult'tntnita. -tile Inrnrnmllnta llinia nil ,11 it Iu Tl-tjs- r" Knr tlv rur rt lalailon f rail fbff sny that each car makes nineteen trips a MrhoTaalllle.. Ml llUhsri rv. Mil Ma t it neatlniianniiel)nr. au day. There, are fonr horses usc.1, three .. "lew ihartir M lirtaht an1 tt.Hhrf ltae ha h lubtar a alt-as- . rail tor Ititrttrr'a Mnff HUi making live trip" and one fonr tri)U, At llarroa.lai.f Junrtlon I lilt as " Utrr fMr-i,... II J " S Is. in- -, (htMifH-rr.Th m Mai II Aft the end of each trip the car ia driven hit ftitmol a WARNER'S SAFE BITTE.IS. It t Jao.ll.nl. ... that limvMH4aihfnrM, wilK tW "r-hhrll the slaKlsfiey ., II l lhabMt ItliMMl PHrtnr, mn4 aumalaiM Ul ' io the stables and then tnrned HIm far Ik ttiJtinr f any Nr)Mifr titt iul twuis.rwl acimmi. b4 St Ihtncaa rrrf ftinrihN. io turning table. After the car ia turned ( lthvllnllvisuth Ulthht larjt If Mi nl Vtrm U lhM h"it4rtt Ml .Ul ' Hianerarl . . t tt J t in " ItlftfAtrhM aio.1 HisMial IrlXraMa ami a rail anil Il turn and iMhrrln.tH rntt tho hones are changed If it ia the proper . IWal llamaUlr. (! Wrlirta, lAMnatil or ami ltwisbt, incltKliiitf CiMvr. 1 1 aMrtaaf Material all (h rwvt ol h (m)I tt rrn. aiml mhrr ' I ataltlan.l .. I If " car atarta lack on the ' time, lwfore the nvrti.(tiia, will ffltt fcif. laaaxlMlsTs. tteknrM)ar trip. Tha horses will make the fonr rromtvtiy ani arsralfir aiM in aiirh ahain , OS will ' IWaa...l- 4MnallM.llN, IHsnlwra. Um ml rnalllur-ltrilivwtrtlaTr-Ni- t ik fanil iitwa, triia going in and ont of tlie atahlea Il II Mt ararurrtt j tbHmfm WHttrrm. It if Sialnfllly rhronlrllivf farlaaa lhj aritrrhr I aibib IS II nnuualsiaaaii aplitk)rrvi riwlat lvntr. At the end of the tk.lw without anyihillcnlty. lllni IhrM rlMrlr anI tViklr Ul all i want IkMltMDf woataa rrtrva, V. ftn4 tlJf, Ml Are t1iat.an.KaraS. lis IheiivviiJurfnit lh lYnUs?itlUlrml(n, wnlib fifth trip, if fur any reason it la necessary I WARNER'S 8AFE NERVINE j prtMHlis--a l h tha itHMt W n.aav yratt, to aend the car back, it ia almost lmnos-- , Meal atallana. Qaicklr tl ami Ml ami Mlfefi In t h aaltWltf , 'Ol (onnetla wllh sll J ulMrrli at nrar tr Tin IVrramm lal rur llrtata-M-h- s rMrslls, sible to get the honm out of the atalile. lira ae llsra de Ibe lla-arwlufsjw t r al planets by Watson and Swift dnrlng the The Xtrr Oullonb. Naalb. la.l an.1 Viral fl CVnaefla allb I., V. A dntiri, vrtr lfe holds back, resists, and it reonire mil, britrttajhinn brrirvtvtif rBissas-a- li OAttsY r.oiTio.s I. . ami K . IL It's. S) Krnlaakr llllrr KlUIre Th attractive bnitding shown aimer i J.ilal elipe of 187". wsvsat mrviuu unsarsisi, Bnq J the nniteil exertiona of aeveral men ! (II laKrrlanllkK.W. It It oakr S HsrroJa-tiur(H? jnr, hf Mall. fsnaipaM PowMrulaall laloatcai in and ataahedls. fiarm It ia but a few yrara since there was not Observatory at lluclirater the (31 finneetanlth sll illtrralsc tlnra Sie sll rves, MaU, fore the animal ran lie induced to move. .V new Warner be when conii.letetl nv iti Jt no nbethae taken laIi eeiallrnc-e- jarva nltetl will oelarroduara. aetata In Ibesavaih. rsailb.arat. arteiat..e lelest;re In Ihc 1larcot Mates, Wl HKKlIha, hf Mill, latMlpatsI The hone baa kept a strict count of the far V, which r.rivafp astronomical ono. and II.-SBottles of two slats, refrac Now it IwaMs of liar ini the Tralsa I sa4 f laae Tllaoee al lianaan, an.1 train tha linet ThrrvinoAIha, ly luall, poalpaU 1 llrrakta.l tripa, and knova tliat he ha finiahed his tory in the World, lis inauguration is tnr in the world ami in the rntire country I latrsK.iMral lloakwonl, WARNER'S SAFE PILLS WEEKIV KPITION Ar an ant artlr ttimntaa Air ft at llofkarasl. day'a work and ought to go to his stall certain to give a new Impulse to the slinty there are but two that are larger than the tWfsla tlwf at1 rtrs CNUmtM, ttMrta, til ltireatklbaale-1-.otlslb, Ijial ss-- 1 tVrat Onnpf, n jrar, pmlsal.l ... awausjsBsj The tame thing occurs if tha attempt is of a'troiioniy in this country, although ona which Is being prepared for the dome vajasanwaTaapaaaavs inars toe sale al irlnrhl Matraoa on liar Ttra4, MtOavrla, Ft K V VtllXIN, made to make the Iiotm that ha only America is already greatly ilis'.ingiiishrd of the new observatory at IScchesler. Tills tvnwi aaMMiti tva4 Uenl Thkrl At RAMI. n jrar, hU TiC11nU of 9 r isTaorr, bm MFi f I tM four trijn take an additional one. With by the splendid discoveries which her as- - nntrvatory has ien enuoweu ur .Mr. 11. SaTlatra.let ... r ropj Urfu its not riwrfaia ft ii who fre- tninomers lute inatle. the drivers and stable-men- , H. rs.ls.tlr frsriV "Ml vMmlha,ualp(. II. Wsrnrr. the well Lnown lropritor of ... M (r roff rt44. rsajsasaasj sarsj quently witness anch exhibitions, there Trtviuontha, r riy Among the prominent revelations which the Sate Kidney and Liver Uire and other tW UavMsjaVw. 'OMi!..VNI.l TIMi:. vwark. tPrtssi sHtv a Iksw. is a firm belief in the mathematical the t'niled Slates has given In the Astro- remedies, and both in its deiign and artar W awns abilities of the horse. The street-ca- r at tMPsitotsai . t.n a awebsw nomical world may be nirnlinne.1 the fob rangement marks a new departure in asta men also tell an interesting yarn aUiut Kiwinir The discovery of the eighth tronomical constitution. H.H.WwMrtCc., iLDUISVILLE the hill horse that work on the hill The new telescope alcne will cost alwut MVellilr of Saturn in HI hv l'rof. Iton.l: New York avenue and 11 street. the tran'j.irrnt ring of Saturn in Is'iO by Jn.l is to be in charge of Professor E0CBE3TEK, K. T, irreg-nlaliond. The srpsratlon of Itiella's comet Iwis Swift who, by his discoveries of com. His time for stopping work is very IIAILUOAD LINE. -J- 72TL and he ia aometimce takrn tl tho into two parts was first discovertsl in this eta and two Intrimercurial plantlf, has stable with one car and sometimes with counlry In isji. me oiscovery 01 me necome Known 10 all lovers 01 raoire in TnAINStltllNIIMIIITII. The tube of the new instrument another. lint the horse knowa perfectly two moons which accompany Mara was America feet in length, and the lens well when it is the intention to take him i made by Prof. Hall, of Washington, and ia is twenty-tw- o Kit Aaraatl, llaa. totlie stable, and when lie nomas to the ,oneof the crowning astronomical events sixteen inches in diameter, The locality of llochesler Is not the most top of the hill, instead of stopping he of the cenlurr. I.e IllrbntnJ ,IW Ska " lanraa.ee. . 'II M starts off on a run. If the tune for hi ' The Tnilcd Slates claims ihe discovery favorable for discoveries, as It la subject to . IN II ri'T MAY Mlb. isa. " lallacaloar. going homo was al all regular this aingn- - of fifteen new cornels, some fifty asteroid', storms which obscure the sky and thus pre-la- r ZZZ Hiss fa. ablrebara.. a thousand double and triple stars, vent observations, but very much may lie " intelligence might U explained, but ""cr ,tl i i " l "lVE I ! U.-- ,it (o Ciiicimintl " ahaHy Otj .. . whether it is earl r or late tho horse many of them being the most remarkable expected from W rner Observatory in the w ml liaatM Junrtlon, I in ",f whole catalogue revelations during the of those objects, .way of scientific iuows when he is "going home Until " Ullrb.Habars'.. . . IS " 'next few vesrs. WITH 1'SI.V TWOKTHI'. a io lima be ..Ula ah.nir la.l'ilr. an.l and last but not least three that !lraaaa...... STAM'OHIr, KY " ew llaian.., si has never been known to mako a mistake. ' 4 SB " Ar. Ilmaon Janrrbaa. The Horse's 1'rog. Mules. . s SS One of the drivers explains it hv the fact HAS HAD 10 YEARS' EXPERIENCE - Isailaallar.. If we were to go to manr a blsck-smit- h Previous to 1783 thcro were very few . SSJ in charge that the boy who ha tho horse and ask hint if he did not think mule in this country, and those of anch usually sits on the ibuh-lannwith feet TRllVSIItllXIIWIWTH. In the taialoeaa, sod on the outside, while going up the hill. natnro hail mmle a mistake in putting an inferior order as to prejudice farmers that he Titr "BLt r tim hoitr. tha clumsy frog into the horse's foot he against them ns unfit to comiicte with Hut when the boy ia going all the way to tlie stables he gets nil the way in the front would hanlly lie ready to any yes, and horses in work upon the road or farm. ABtnel I, lass. UVX I1IVK KMIIir. SATI.sI'AtTION. nlatfonn. The horse hm-- that Him 1h Tcry likely would pnt on a surprised Consequently there were no lacks, and 11 I.. Stashed ha drawn hi leg in instead of daugling look, and perhaps explain that in some no dis.ition to incrcnao the stock, ' ' IVaslrnbard 114 -, them on the onUuIe, and bvthe in(lneliH c?unInrs , Horses dm very well without lint Washington lecame convinced that Ar.liahaiatsn-.- . ? alioes. am;1 so tlie irog was leit to care the introduction of mules generally s 1... .:. 1.. 1... 11 .. ALL KINIiSIIF VS Lt. laaeaaler, '" K'"'Tr!"Vvr?,",,K ",'"""" . . S',. tt -I.v lalaarla las "I 7JSSM MSpni SSSa, Taorta Ar. Kbtbiraei frilH. lint wbilo not redr to take . aaaaat z ti pa aaaaa Ar farts. criticLsm of the prove to them a great blessing, a they witli you in any Ingly goes, .sjiother horse always sln I LADIES' AND MEN'3 WORK DONE, Ar (aalblaaa Sllaaa lUfao I1 nre much less liablo to Iw Injured tlian IISBan SMina lll Ar IVaslntaal when he nouses a certain corner nftei plan ujion which tho foot lsconstmrteil, aaai ril.I,MA lMI.ACl. (IAIIS servants. A soon a dark, because some font or live years ago you liave but to look in the corner of ,0ie by To Ueasbla, IJIIU Kurk, HMW, Maslranarrj the shop where two horses stand newly jt became known alirond that Washing' aaj ew llflraae. Teals araaoa Uslajtan e Mat Millie si I Ur. MViV. he was frightened at lh.it place. Thsn-latrtlagion shod J lift up their feet and olwerve fur ton desired to stock his Mount Vernon Rsratrtue Neatly and Promptly DIs startIrrlaal laoralsas at I IVTWotar,raaarrla t at Inglim 'ait. a M. ratarrlar yourself that, if the smith ha not said --state with mules, the King of Hitain scut foe sll rattria patebssl. Prices tow. train lrlaJaaaifcMi wttb EMIOHANTS, TAKE NOTICE ! it, the knife has said the fn is a bad ,im two jack and two jennets from the an MajattNe INahtaw laaeir Pioneer Incidents. thing, and mast bo cut away. Tlio Island of Malta. Tlio first wa of a gray ThUnNtf vrf A gentleman whose piircnts were horses 3 PASSENGER TRAINS DAILY! do not stand on the ground, but li(M) HUm SkortwiU to among tlie early aettlcrs of Clay county, nearly half nn inch higher, on tlie iron color, sixteen hand high, heavily made, and of sluggish natr.ie. Ho was named nmvirjc i.lim.tox aam. t iniinn ti Missouri, says that in lK!t there were of their shoes, and which takes the tho ltoynl Gift. Tlie other was called He is not an old man in years, but he Is trnlr roars runslas Maes.Srrnt iKm ty Tliat mwIi sjuli krr M'A.M'OItl), KY. rit only tliree men in tho whole county who weight of the mAktr Il UiUtltt hore on tho outer shell of the Knight of lamentably old in reality. " It ia owned a stilt of bnudclotli. The "iu.n.l tho hoof. Tho practice is as sensible a high, and lithe Malta. He was alamt as that kills,' and 'he comedian hastho paeo iitiu't r.u.Ati: iiii.tMi.Mi always ami fiery even to ferocity. qUICKEST-dress waa imule from jeans and liusev, it CIIKAl'tLST AXIl HEM la? lor n man woo nod to travel Urn two set of animals gate him the pushe.1 limivlf from " rend to eeud, a ToClaelasall I a as. Isjoi I toia aariel tbla. lal dyed with hickory bark. An incident onwould taking the weight on tho KiaWMi, joal llan.r ataalr lmtMli, lea.f al llaio. IVaalaaall ItMltU til Hall U occurred alwnt that time which illus- nails of his lingers and toe rather than most favorable opportunity of makingm the late Mr lln.s'r was reportcil to South Sido Main Strcot, First Door I aat IJaeuWaa I Iraaa afcl.l 8 1 r at. tbiaoj. Nrbrwkt, (Woravlo, Arkai-rwu- . improvements by the re-c- have S.111I. With him will die IAnd Dim-itt'- i WITH A FULL CORPS Of TEA0HEB8 trlpTlfkelata"llTM. IJ.k epainrta," s (Inly usMrbiKtihtribs(- - ml fttvl llul. trates tha simjde habits of tlio people ; Below St. Asaph Ilotol, the. cushion which lies Uhind them. BUn of which was the favorite jack, vud alsr n certain style ot cosy, I'm sBjrMalI'MtlsiMit Tti lirtaUlbMi.tl, kn niv, A young man, by serving in tlie United Ma, IVWnVlow, It u always tho soft portthe lndiarnb- lnlnal IUIm U ftlurlal. Ar 10 Hours Quickest ! States army, had laid up some money. lier Hirt of the feet of animals that harn Compound, liecnUM) he partook of tho nonchalant acting gretesipie, quaint, Ihla InaUlullsa will open kiou,Tfflkva, Ji tvUri-C I. AIMOUtr, fVTlM'Oltll, . KI'.M'lt!KV, iKt p,,int in liotli original. The sud eflVctne a it wavoriginnl The wink , Otnl, ! lVli He came to a lou in tlm comity 85 Miles Shortest OrP J AMHOtr. Airal. paw vjIamiLi.UWAf t. kiicli which recciu's tho weight, and General bred his blooded mares to these of Sothern wo eipial to a volume of Joe in a smt of blue broadcloth. On hia nottheheelly, liardpart, We know what ITS ELEVENTH SESSION, MufcarJ. Kj. jacks, even taking those from his own Miller. It was sly. kuowiuir. confiden Ltsr TO Ere staajl on hsoj s fall sadj of head he wore a fur cap made by himself. stables For daya he was the moot uotinsl man mielephanUfootu.itisallnibiicrlikc. a ,U(.i, for that punxwe, and produced tial. Mich man in .ho audience took it to THE WHITE SULPHUR SPIUNtlS TTTJLa-- y Tho horse has the same incased in ...porl, mu--s that tho country wan himself aud lieeamo nt once an intimate in the town liecifliiw ho wore "store shell which gne him accuracy and Staple & Fimcy (.rocorlcs, agog to breol some of the sort, an.f they f neud of the actor. Of his private charA .1.1 All I'ollila lit V Irsli.la, olothes." rpute common. This was acter there is uothiug to be said; that is ...... stottdinc of movement. "Sow, this cas- - a,,u It, buu.u.t-.- , ,, tl.Tl.Tiav It unun. f..B n.i ii.n.l Mill T.KUir11,t. ug protects tho frog. It grows slowly, u10 origin j improved mules in the his on u care. It isnsau actor nlollo that J.NII MOMMY l.'.Si:i'Tr..Mllr.lt,Xr.XT, VIA MAYSVILLE "CUT-OFF.- " as well as for boys and girls, to go liare-fooAND PROVISIONS. tho frog groas rapnlly. Tlio iieulthy Even those young ladies who foot of the colt shows a center, if not Unite.1 State. Though mer eighty the world nt Isigo has a right to look Htenraaaa Ttakrla ta sll sHa.ier tleaorl. at lain Rgo, there are now some of the iimu him n fictitious being who won it A IX I. lUtra. Affty toM.hn A sa.n. lesla.wn, would wear shoes were in the habit of projecting, at least level with the lino ANII IV1XSMT l'ASSI.Mi'RTnAtaH iu-ALL THE BtUtiCHEH DP A rhanli llatrlaiil tlrjut. wearing, when going "ont." 'a pair of of the hoof. He does not take his weight third and fourth generation of the to laughter by discovering a new and o AS lUt.lJIHS iiuheanl-o- f JAS Jl. Ll.HV.MU. ticklish sut. Ho who Knight of Malta and Itoyal Gift to 1 Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Staple Dry Ill-tcoarse shoes, and coming their " 8uu-da- y wholly on the nniof his Suhrrlatrftilesl. fist. Old horses fonnd in Virginia, and the" great creates innocent laughter is a publio TH0R0U0H ENOLISH COURSE Na, I hoes" in the tajctet. Just before would have feet more like Ooods, Notions, Gents Ready-madI.IJIIUIK tVlt.r.JIAN. arriving at .the place they started for, blacksmiths would allow they them if arising Irom ttieir lutnsluctioii to tlie lieuefaclor, ami to my mind moioworthy Agent. Trsvellns Malt rasas knew a country are to lw seen uinm every Clothing, Pocket and Tablo Cutof 11 sciiltitured liionumeiit than he who JAMIM I r.UNST. the coarse shoes would be taken off and little less than are tauf M, aa well u nature, and really knew UUbaaonJ s lal s in, 10 4V i aa under the impudent disguivo of a imli acre in tho Southern States. tietvreal I'saaiBcee Agent. Queens- - and Glassware, the "Sunday shoes" put on. lery, Due UarJuneallle.. ... II lua aa I Ika aa enough to read her intentions. tarv iinifiinii sliiiots down his fellior m " fbailollnillla .. ..... In time this siml.le mode of dress 'It lip au S Us as MUSIC. TUE LANOUAQES, D It AWTlie object in shoeing the animal, aside Tobacco and Cigars of all and coiiiplucviitly looks around f ' 1 IS p aa " Slasnloo...... M a aa came to be associated with pietv. U a ING AND l'AINTXNU. Favorite Ilooki. " va lillsutann's. aaupmi Tsasan plsiiM' - jjuiHittc Courier-- ! kinds. Powder, Shot, " Vbllscul.iar m;l,",",r.,u,dwo,,fl put. is simply to prevent the wear and Silas. B. ta II aa "It haa been said that a man may lie " lltoltHi ....... ..,. ure.. man ius oiner j.eopie, lutt,.nB f the outer shell, and to e . II sip aa lis a Ua u SI p aa " ItiailraloB, known by tho company he keeps in hi COTTOX si' WOOI.KX YAIt.VN, THE act would beget public cnticum. INTEl Ole Hall, the Violinist. . SWaau Jlsli. u Mo it to take a firmer hold of the ground. ItaallBiluo lsxiks. Milton's favorite volumes were r A gentleman M education w ho, though " IVataiouulb (st'r). .. . r. SI. 'I In- - unit IVooJeiiirare, escaping the slipping of thennsh.slhoni. Homer, Ovid and I'nripides. 01 UornemannDall who died recently Dante's " Marailllo . I'. M. not member of anychnrch, was an up. It an nufortiinate Incident of our " nmUnatl svs. was Virgil: Schiller's was Hhakcsiware: in Bergen, Norway, waa hom at that i. A.M. And mssr ol her um tut srttrlei too tedious tu man. .,.,. right man, once attended church dressed 1 i .i..w i..t 1 1 Gray's waa Spencer; Goethe's was Hoi- - place, February 0, 1810, and was conseI lua, all of wblik I ooVr Io aell al lbs In Tuition, irliearsncefrou IB Io Is) la th IMlblasSoivl slatllvairw-ls- l . 1 nnllllatM KaiB was the old le quently setenty and one-hal'MiiMiUilsjsi:lir years old at regular Prrarliuesla. Irliuarr, lil, lutr.nM-JlaJa.r.furllutatiutftoii iHiurJunt n"""1, -his death. Ilia father, a chemist, destined Ur, rrrraraloir, w, sad lollrjlale, I'. gend of '.Sir' Southampton.' vuivmr iaTMiiH.ni. it..-,,- , iulala WHl.tvl Uall which in all probability crave him the him for the church, and placed him at aud vanities which a Christian should r kar It al llordoiM.III Mb (, f,.r II ullai(ii4rit I will tftWCtHintrr PnaJiirt In rtclunn fur tvod True Story of William Tell. llh (hair Ur fruwWa.blhi'oi. lo, hilt flutflntr. nri luea 01 ms mgruas iTogress.' nie university ol UJiriatlana la Lis eigh- For full psrtlrutsra, as to Posrd, Ae., aliuarkt-- t ilrr. renounce, During the sermon he re- .... i Jiaak uapialu ol nil arelierr eln Ii. The two books which most impressed teenth year. His passion for music MKH. N. C. THI'r.llKAHT, I t.af 1mwo ll eultjlr. iaklnc. nfUIn run ! fwiturta at .f. .i: t'iirr .ai. atul Isrstowlng (jfort, fur 14 ynn, apsllo all lltf lli.utliii.iuts iibMrawrra l"srunni.h. Ma John Wesley, when a voting man, wero could not be repressed, howeier, and he StaoforJ, Unrola Co.. K j, non fill ana Csniltiiaait (Wiiintirksarlr aillMiUtwa. jftn ttt lalsur, tbloc hut iniTuua ivl ftI"1 nrro.w in tho 'Imitation of Christ' and Taylor's went to Casscl in 1829 to study with w'''l"'" That etsinlJfrfJ, I bin list Wlt ltuBt( ill ill fur l.fHfhUirje . 1 baft wmil riuM larirui latfttMhiv ivl iilltiU MlJIansj rijirrM tmm 'kutm int lloSiS. try.atl.e.,u...ler the nle.nf tha ty- - 'Holy Living and Dying.' DcQuineey'a Spohr, but hia reception not being corrom a ok) ibank tbui, bTlailsMlr atlsurJottavlIlt vltb No, i tsar tin. til. fn--t ik1 null. favorite n.e '. uIer salnta-- . Jeremy fere were Donne, Chillingsworth, dial he proceeded to Gottingen and com '. ' appearaneeof restart to the eritieiam, fT. "?"" larce ait4 WblUI bafrrnlrrsJ ihrlr uuutv la rlbsaaii. hli IVIImaa Mrrfvit lrM WUitHt.a l'liur hat on a Dole fur men to Tavlor, Milton, South Harrow menced the atudy of law. Thence he 10 W felt M.l. hut. twall tiuanlilln. I (rrl bat utt ba iltrn an kiiowinif that tha preacher was honest, trMUiTakrnt Yinlbla JJlJUnul Kiiin-atuortf tboroufjblj than mjarlt. Mitt anil onlere.1 that every man in Altiirf and Sir Thomas Ilrowne. He described went to Minden, where ha fought a duel fnu lUtiiilU bkJ u uvi we. i ouint iriiiijxiiiloii. tbauka lowf win rilruda anil tblr l.frfrilrrcvniriiaikittf at Cbarllltif HI atlh sliouhl maVe to it or tlie. these seven writers as 'a constellation of in which his antagonist was mortally lltarral patruiiaKr. 1 No I tvr OiMlsiiiaU. lor a rvidlouaivra 1 I b Aim tliey itid, every man of them. Evsn seven croldon stars, anehaa no literature anj by fair tifallui aiitl luw rltia, I OtI aatur, A Artfani. Imim ItUhiMonJ ilallff.airrnl wouuueu. What iUetl th Kriiniiner. . iu urwautii m uiauf. mat wi can the trees standing around mmle their can match,' and from whose works he Kuiislajr, al I W . ih, iM atflfta at l.srJv4iaiHt He then went to Talis, where he was 4M Capt, Itngbis was uot onl y aa ottleer. licst ImtIIpIitL Fllmtti- - Hill T..11 ..... wititlil tinilavlaVn- O.i lti.IM mi ltMpftrull)r M. II. r.l.MOId. al I . i, ia, Anta reduced to mcb great straits that he at,- - ; su.o tempted to . :. -i .m: aim .:7i VI rtlird uiuo uimauuin, .... ai Kiss.1 ouc, ui, iiolu- - ' aiung wim uis .7.:. iioy. ne"." the lasivoi pnuosopny,' tohl drown himself, but was eritt hunlar,ai4 W, m. mi arrival of lntuU ble as a strict disciplinarian, and as no- -' men of Altorf tliat More ho would Inw "S'ajioleon never wearied of readinK rescued. A lady who saw in him a likeJlUUtr.1 Will rrtwKait.U ami 1 jncUtwr, M table for his fondness for er.iiture com- - to Gesler's hat he would 'AlUirf aud 'Ossian Poems' and the 'Sorrows of ness of her deail son, took him into her rtlvM al W llllaiuauit'B at I tl a. t foru--- a fonilness he fouuil ivat .lini. atinnum it. 'flisl una H... Lt.,.i ..r . UViiltur' in, ,, NlrriliiaT I 'mm mi W. S fn.M Kit IohmkI Now as Complete as any Print".-,.,- i.ttta IitAi,..i.i ir...A. house and enabled him to make his llrat ; blitg ' Hu No, I Irvw ,i(, sua iia.stU4aiAJ lhwr bli fiu bur I in i.i..i ..iTo..":.vr- i Oesier arrcsteii ViKil, Tasso.iwn els nt nil countries, his- - appearance as a successful v iolinht. His n IU.U vs HuntlnKtwu, tllrt uirougn a wud lilt ot Cfltltltrt' Aturulml f a..o littl... ,.r .11 tl.itn. . al. life henceforth was a ronnd of successes, ing Establishment Outside .... ;.... . .:" OllM t llilll (in as wellaiMlt : :.,, " .. .r... i. as tyrant, thus ilrawinn u.j lua uoiiuuu iisu jusi leu u small vniago . vihlcli niakca ileeii ininres. and up to 1852 he hail made tonrs of the "ihe KAttTWAItH. uaiulet. when the tJantaiu .v .i...i i.. Bi.ui -- IIEAI.EIMIN ..(aT tiuwi.uutuui, .. uiounuiis gu.a lurtu - il..i aaLirv fmm tu.if.fll,,.u iviiiiury mi inn .i,. ifu u ji.iiuK rnaua muni oiieu con- - whole civilized world, built a theater in . lmtieMl or the Large Cities, ., MllL riiM oiiei.i .i uosouiul ivusiiiuiuiu. aioaier, as a iiunisumeut suiuu -s an eisicii in nis nie. me hear. Ilergen, married a I'ariaian wife and ..' 4 nop id lie eitiressed his anirer verr enn.liail. fur his audacity, ordered him U shoot 'u of an isle awakened tho genius of amassed a fortune. Lawsuits then disMit riiirlunall- INt'rlUa..,, ..... i Wiy.,111M .....! caJly, andomenxl a Lieutenant to no anil an aimle off the lieail of hia laiv. This IWIfUMriilb Groceries, la Queeu' it was thelitreading of the sipated his wealth and lie came to IAT TIIK Hill BTA Nil 1)1' UAbll . PFNN1',) Staple & 1.V1U ,..T, ao.H..... rata tha delinquent well, lly and liy he ili.l, although it was an urrow Hunt,.i(tM((.AU) . tM luiio ua u 'l'nerin that Hrst the iKietio llro America, purchasing one hundred aud icai of Keats, 4 harltwliM lHis tha sulialtern returue.1 au.1 whiierl for youiiK Tell, 'Hie apple, fell, j.ieree.1 Wt w ,U JT M lleuthain reganle.1 Telema- - twenty thousand acres of uncultivated UllllWI M II to lua superior that the ilnimuier lia.l to tha enre, eliua' as the 'foiiuilation-aton- e ' bl(itutbur w 7 4. .... 1 fittia W. r.S7li lu of his laud In Potter County, I'ennsjhonia, got a oonplo of risisted chickens ami iugtothe wtrenm leuarth of the " hlaunloa ' 'AJovoof Uaiks, says where he established 1 in II U a m Pricos for Work aro ns Low u I barWllv-j.lltwhole character. the Nnrwegiau . .. two IwtUes of whUky in his drum, on formance. As Tell rusheil furnl to Thomas Hiaal, 'i.ieserve mo from moral colony of Olewa. turtti uia w " slorvJiuaI, . tus iu ns in Cinclnnntl or M liottle and one chick eing for the Cai. onil race his liy, another arrow drooped ItilblUUlMl aui mi JUi m Thofteat scholar Knuinna Tlie colony, honevtr. was uot suc ... u, tain, "tvhy tlidut the raair u,.. .....i. . -- n.. ,,... ..r r lua ,.ri..i n..:' M out . of ;: .iei . ..-..i .....a. .... i . .- . "r.-j - w" 'fllil' Ami' - ne.. 'Prlaii.Thlilii1 cess, and in 18.'t he took lease of the j AM PEALEH IN i...v.. 1.1 ven ouir erusl rant, " liervlore oniuvalest that ur- Loulavillo I o. 3 HI mil leaf'-- lltujllbtftua Jatlr.f..tiril "ssifO liu .".. Academy of Music in New York, but the ?"w . HunJir . ll.akn So. I.. asraisisiar.a IIDDllVIIaSlI Ull ii an a'OIS usin I... I... ll.,.llr." auKuie, iwsiisuii men to man.li roar llilied Tell, laiiiitiug toOi-s- - nithuiit fervently tiressiug them to my venture proved disastrous. He then rebllabulikbur froum wi iu Haturdaf llMtmrat MEAT AND 1M.0YIS.0N.S. if they're ilea. I lame. 1'nt l,nn l il.- - ler s I huDtlat' llll tf s. in JUubJa. lAiaiisai u Usulv sti toi.of the jailc, "To ltl ' " .SViiiief .Smite; turned to Kurope, and iulHU'J ret tailed laaa) (Inrallbllaiwlllsi .Blila Ihaela.an wilk a I. . as. I.. L..., ... .. ...... ova tta.Uatblnxltin.V H Has II VU4 amlmlanee imineiUately." The onler shoot latitat I" 'Ihe joke was so giasl ivh Ihe United Btstes, where he has since VhtlHulliur that dealer released him, and gate iiuii uurjiM, auiii unviUK tlllls UM.1 Inliila MlJIiwI Mall frwaDaQf lilt au4 I nib resided most of his time, and where, in Thread from Mood. I.AWVlllS' milUa, turf ivniiMta iloMlyal liutiiviiisiillit w(ib fhu. aniends for his injustice to the druiu- - a $20 gold iiv. Cliutimnll .,ilnrtlnu lcveh-mcii- t 187!, being then a widower, he married tvr Itlrtituus-J- . A uc of tho mer, Ihe Captain tsaik the earliest vi- - A'lgM. CATAIJKIUbs, CIllCULAltS, . 4Ksreaa (' It, H. A !' 1 has recently Nell tiiado near a young American gill, lie left the FISH, OYSTERS AND GAME iwrtuuity o( going u eumiue more 4 1. bi United Htatea within the past ear for Mlf, aaJ la itu at IIMTKIW, NUT I A tho town of Nolkipillg, in .Middle I'lllKIIIAMVICS, 4 inmicuiariy into nis ca.uilitioii, Cluim irrta, I I lima.. the home of hia childhood, where he now SPRING AND FARM WAGONS. Mlllluir to AiTiHuiuiMlale. Hwcilen. coiiKixta III nian.ifaetiiring It rattal Jalilr lU I Ml blaUtlaal. Isallllaas la Laaka.lll IN rlU.lt.M-.AMIutrt Juunti, CIIMkS, CA111H, TAtIS, INVUUIl'ts, tinda a grave. iinuftlU. IWitt-ft.r I When M, de Curliicre for tlie tlrst lime thrtsul fur ciiahet and saining jmriHate i iiuflr altlurdu-iavllUsWaablntttua. with 1'ull. . a l.a.TTt.UllfAW.N(ITUlli:AW.llI.I.IIKAIW, uiau hlti-nr- e fruiu till Butjibur Wa.Vli,itMi 1,1. fliuii pine lumU-rThe pna-eeenttothe Tnillenea tu is not tt Juba Qulnej Ailauis. Thr Ih'is's Mliitr. olllcial duties, in .rd.r to work more Idinle puhlie, lint the Uia1uets are said , Att. a Arfum. ST.VTI.allJiTS, 11 tl 1.1 ITS, SUBI'cl.NAS, ar.. The jiersoual haluts of John ('uiucy tMnifortalily ho liegau liv pU-in'His stiiifr nf tho Iks is au.U to lu i to lie tine in iiiality, and the price. Is m tuU irrl trait IUibw6it4 uiam tl iiiHlar, Will also ilii all Minis .if win L lu I lie at it a. m. "buocta low. Tlio thread is wound on I sills liv hollow tulas. The inula Ish. is ItmflVn REPAIRING & PAINTING t'EUTIt ICATI'Jl, HONIW, WITNKM Adsius. when Minister, were rcmiukaliUhis tuhle his liuinikerernef, his t . irnU(il taith R, t .Vw a. lu tVun-rrt-biauatua t.UMt, tim-Mlsrd mid aiuiie, we infer from thtaeulry in hfa clcs and hu suufT-laix- . WlitiMSIt INVITATIONS, "It asvius to luachiitery, new iMvckct! in Iniitw fur la.t. sue, not Isiintitl till si 1 tin rrfiirt' IIi i at hailwIUatUls) (lianr: "I rise usua'ly UtaivnSaml me. M.deCutliiere,"aaii.l lamia XVIII., tvraiaiu tir tmsiueaa is likelv to 'Ihe allb V W, alrur I viirbtsurit ami Wurlll a in I SADDLERY & HARNESS ISINI. (IX SHOUT hOMlt: A Nil IDNKIlALMirtCM, U run 1 day with reading II le "that y.ni am going tu Usim hy empty, n HUssMsful one, (ur the orders from alt una of tlii'aa insects alillits iiihiii a ! u wllbit ifinltaiMvilla tjlrlaU Ull 0, I liegiu the la ml Mall froui Waab bltiiu, in-arrlia at UUh chapters in the llil.lt., I hate this ilav illgvour aakt." "Wollldjour JIs'j-ety,- " fisitul Iniy the iKihhaiuy of llamlft in. wrta of the tsaiutry aru no liltt.it n.us -f- cTCCTO.trnniwl at A i. u. UuiaLed, In oourw, the Old Teatamenf. sui.1 the Minister, "prefer that l ItY Ili:ST NTYM. that the now factory Is iiiialile to uiwlialrly furn-- itaelf nm that 1ki' 1 I Mrritluv tnra oaNo.IrviuObis. Ilumlnitvn lu U o'elia'k, when 119 aiiiionsiy anuiua uiu imiiiia. I then write until fiillill them. I it ahollld la.gill liy (llluig tlleUlT" muni as UaltaDutfliur. Oaho. 4 blitsuli'bur It bo Beaton lu UUl.u..tl. " Tlllw Thut'a thai Wo Cftu ur tiuttillHilHTfl? 1 write breakfast alone in my eluiml-e- r ( lm W.lr ., a'lljr U r wr lui. Tl. , la-i- ; Yauvul, ,Strau si-si-n after lireakfast. alul walk an hour. A t'rriitlt .speculator. The trt of ol lltajtrliry. N M. JollNNrON.il W 1' Ai'l.niMlniiall,(. I WARKANT ALL NEW WORK Low Prices and in z- We iline at i, and sit at a Utile until U. niN.AY It. IIUWAKU.U P. T. A A reckless siicetilator mnsiirts his ilia-lo- r, Hie art of not lusiritaar should l v.. al... ....!.... r Ai..n.i .1... .i. ..- - .. W. M 8. DUNN, Kua'r-hu!t. lUtoniiKa (to witness with luimluirtsl ooutiou of Work. -- roa who bavs to hiiu : larbLva Musi.is ssa Juufsorcvouvrt, lUaml'lM SIR...1?. . ..ui-.-"Uia 11a luvo Witness--LI3STB. i inua ii, iiuiiia-aiinun. "ilio evcitlug lite mat vou leiulla evel he struck you?" any iiiomm-iiii..-" llu ...i.. .. ... ..... .........i . .....i i ..... ...u out rupi.lly. If ) on keep nheu Iuu lll'I ear. fur which so vicanuuyoii self immediately to tl e nlul.fa n .Hi may have liml somvlliiiiK " l""' OUAUANTUK full DATIBFAUTION ' 3BC. IQDFLXTO:iZ:, A Call whoa in nood of anything In conceaUd ou his inraon, but it aaa a All RopairiiiKi Dono - is alt-a-r straisisu.- UpSS.f-r.our llno wl oonvinco you of cries the n.lh.. brick he struck uw wkL" VflninR8 fe nUimtcli. uiaiy whhli, weroonly suieof that I'd S tho truth of tho abovo. - Uut '" '- --' blwwl, villi tbt W rrlltl.lf llitlt-A miiRUwaalivrauiiiau uurs mill i'a corrupt Umplii '"- U fortune-- l'.l H life insur. tfiwtsniaatM'. Ui'VULuruM A C,, auJ ksra u Vt.ltY UIW a(frs. Va rts-U wul "?U!W ,U,rutt 'rum content- - f" atiltillalbt bla friiuJa I "Jl"'V aud Hniiire luyra- ( fu. to tho JeiHita at lUclimoU'l, her tin 11a ' Illieuearall to ml 'May i v, v. WAumSt. AlUlMki-uuiUittaIkm't tall IKIIlIWilllMMI sa.lalr. ' to lb ItiilwuMiMl. Yar.la.l'lU' lug toiu't maun ho tulil Oornor or Main and Lancattor Sta., riuuati, ur WUa, luvlujilwa. Kj,t la to (lis utt sl.tsl. . ago tliat ha woulil leturu auJ pay a Li., JS) It, WAI.'ION, Jr.. at' I WMI lfl7 .. IUU VVUIUI Ta UVUtU UU niKVaKU Ml LUH IU : lir Mllll (llll Ia VVIllaVU ttblaarw, aMlLatarafullr baujlrj ta-- rtwllW4 - - It... anv wwi ' aaBJialaUlKal taST IV.;.sr""" I ! M7-- ) " due for vaaahlna. for prikui.il7 m, Uauajr. ouiuda, tactxinliug to tlulr vlotuurc. Stanford, Kontuoky. ii, r. lumi. HUff llonn cr tiu ..... Bf"l Twi.. women Thp , ,nuM of decided rmtioniiomt are to lie fiihlnn- - leas flat-aPran,tiHMMr. ablo there. sKles.. . iV He Iar.1 . tcsiH .Trm lliva Kilo iathaeaflrst-c.sa- . "" sma Me I1T .. .....We concert company out on a tonr tlinmgh wneai sue . law Meat tho next nmtistinint sensou. J,11"' " lavsi m. le I's. . ... CitmsTm N'lUwot, in her corrrsn.n,l. 11(111. ISs MiltSn(f encv with a personal friend, state that MtjItV VffltlOO (' will not mine to America during the she .. .40c t w jrw till V larfar forthcoming season. htirel tl.M atoll Vf, I'saroRMiMcaof TritUnx umt Imlilr Owl, an rsr-- . tV Chat, .If II If ml HV and lilt Mri'lrftliifrr tf Xurrmlini rank among the coming event at the l.liltrltlr. Hear al.lea Itoval Vienna Opera house Se IUroa,aliTrtttJera llaeos, ', lostcfii .frriTKsoi, actor, artist and Uti . . Haltar ..- -. IIDiSe agriculturist, during hi vocation among .. Itr CVflVe nno Floar.rr tlvl the Vermont iMsturr ha nelecteil .IW7 IVhral, Pnt . st WW henl of short-hor- n cattle for Ms I,mislana Whral,wklla ... flora farm. . II TO Mir. . .. tirtMii Salt.. Itreva Sugar An uncontradicted minor ha it that Wall. Rutar fliH Alien Oatc Watklus is to forsake comic 'ViiciiiHnfi. oivra next season, and bn tho bright, Ss Haron.elear alJea.ja,e irticitlar ator of melange called I.any Hafos, asouUen . . UrJ llraiirfi, I'kur.rr I.U. . t IflK ra.1 KSV Vnl, wklla tigV-- e s tenor Wksat, Tiik death of tho .. We rbts . tV IianolT, tho eontelupsrnry of llnbiul, ia VV .. IS Hallrr announce.! His career on tho lvrlo stage Oats.. ... IV OsfTas. -- llfllSf I was brief, but verv slieeessfiil, both ill FS ..... . ... Hat 1LT0 lltAlll Sstl, Italy and lngland. WkllaSaaar IIAII.V Ilrvso Sufar CiunLK Oooitui has 1Mb. a country tour of Kn gland with (HI lit II IHIlltTlllH. a version by himself of the play of 1m Martc I irilt, in which Signer Salvini . has occasionally appeared. pas. MKTIIIIDHT, SOUTH -- Ray J. S. Seas,sltSt. ' Maiiame Patti will apear next winter MeelingaTl.1tra.la7 nlakta. SuaJaj Srhool in Paris at tho theatre des Nations, all 00 a. m. J s, Slaia, aaperln.ea.lenl. Tke Woiaaa'aMlsaionarr Messrs. Polloul nod 1'raiichi will lie the Sus-la- r mia titr o iSelat the Italian seaaon. It is said Pallets, laeaeh laontli, at a a'tliah Mrs. T T IvesMest. Iimpniuariiof and MrfittnfrU will lie Hertlrea HAlTIST-n- sv an.1 J. M. Rails, mounted esiecial.y for Madsuie Patti Koarlh aiArhlHa.l algSI. Mfelln everj Wednea.lar afler- Mr. Locn Maas, who has jeen HuaJir Shni ii ta . h it - Ii.h feiwa. by Mr. Theislore Thomas as solo SuerlBtenJfBl pianist for a tour of tin United States, rrcslloa the CItniTIAN.-l'oratilp.elbe- mi resigns hi position a Professor in he KM. j.m lullon King' Conservatory, Lcijisig, on the 1st on lint and Th rj laml'a .lata. SaaJa; Hraool . .. Trnnrv, of October, Mr. Man is an Englishman. I'tv 1)RrRYTF.RIAy, SOtTII - No al tSO. John IV. Real. Asnrrwov was lorn in Sacra- SaparlaleiHleBU Mart I'nloa rrater Meellni WeJoes-dmento, California, dnring July, 1K9. Bit bta. Her father's brother, a resident ot NOKTIt-Rt- v.J 8. Mats. Louisiana, vouches for the truth of it; an.t lourlk Hun. trreaebf on mi does her mother. Tlie latter ought da ja, MorslDg and nlbt. to know, and the other aays he doe. Yet paragraphers hint and doubt. The dramatic and musical obituary for the year 1HS0, thus far, include the names of Mrs. Slary Chapman, Felicita Vcstvali, Henry Wieuiasski, George Honey, J, II. Omahnndro, J. It. PUnche, John llrougham, T. U Donnelly E. II. Majdton, Die Hull, Tom Taylor, and Adelaide Nrilson, Til first man who ever sang a negro song wliien ruade a success was Ueorge Washington Dixon. Tlie song was called "Tlie Coal Illack lbaso. ' This was in 18.2S, at New York. After making thousands of dollars and a great reputation, he died in Hie Charity Hospital at New Coughs, Colds, Soro Tliro.it, Itron Orleaus, in lSt'd. cliitN, Asthma, CoiiMiiuptlmi. Amomi printers who lieeamo eminent Al All DIarTIIRIllT.B' l.l'XUI. in tho dramatic profession, are the names Pt a U QMrt-aV- a DttiUsM for rMli of George Jordan, Jamea K. Mnnlock, WUntiJtallff ,fpirt l lUlum Tt4,0t7tnitsv George Clark whae real name is lUckCatWr.OUl Kr,aw Mttf ttmk th la knows tsjaa, ttiyttcit. biahlf f O'Xeilli, Min.ii W Irftllngwell, Wm. II bf UMOt. and Iba analrsi. !, oal unsssji Hssansi sissibj A. MsklSRR.Ia saiasaaTii, sai loss annan.tkalAl .I Hiirtou, Tom Plseide, Sol. Smith, timf.rnl.n. I ha RUCKasvl RYK U) MfsMinfitbatTllLlT "Artemns Ward" inluw l name was Is. IMMaaaoliua, aa Ika la-Charles llrowni, and Angiistiu Daly, the manager. HKV S Hauk aad AeprTlZRR- - la Ma-a- a SaUaktf al answ tm fatklhr a, la ptosaura la l.ka il TilR theatrical sesson this fall and winwta or dslsbtstod. It alvsa la, scut itr sad aa..-- a ta ter promise to Ih uiiiisuslly attractive aaiaaabol.han.aa ra.V uus ist picin:i' A WiVU X1V71V. be brilliant luminaries, at least, from XI' ll'IMI 1 'three dl. s iwa iwa aao tho other side of the water will shine 1 HV VafaoBatrtiapiiaaapa AMI ... aaK,aaas. n U aa rosVlcudeiit "ls'li the American stage Huhiui, lleruliaiilt and Gerster. It 1 a.vwirvc'i:.t utiiTn, rropaiai. a 111 Sftad.Mn Mrorl. fblaaga. IKavsible 'hat Nibsou slv may come, but this is not yet definitely settled Owing ITAlk roar !rtavt.al fa- - lit loTAala joar llrwtr far lit to tlio reuuirkable Mnvesa of tlio oiieratic Valao Slrrvbaat mid variety isimbiiiHtious last season the IrAah roar aibraar alawaa r.r It luiuienl feature will utsIomiuatc, and d K be uttlii rials aad the proapecla of line Italian ojs'ia, under 4ar-Ha- HtUIHSMseiaiiaaii. theublo maiiagemniit of Mnpleson uud the Strakiawhea, seems to l nnnsually bright Mk. Soiiif.ki. in all lnimar. prolml.il-itr- , Female College, will uevei play again. He lias iieeu rn'",'Z, MILLINERY MRS.WARREN IliTr ! CiNGINNATISOUTHERN R.R. TIMK TABLK. IN & MRS. BRUCE itit Artmtn in Mn,!T,",VITr.'',,,", " " "'""" Mllllfttrr '" ,M EFFECT MARCH 8th. 1880. TRAINS NORTIt.noi Ml. " "" .it ui:isomiim: m... tr 'WQ r. llV "SHIRTSlI-aO TJ I S"V I tii E. MtMMl lit lduisville m;mm MSSstilt Hr 3IS Ni "ill" lrll (..S....'IN rtta in in, L.A.AVILLSOX KOOT A SIIOK u'NIISiLLE Kt.roKav SURE CURE ti I. MM& A. sl IR CHANGE OF TIME. .. Thro' s.aal.J... ... .. ant.! II U .... at rltt Stanford M. D. ELMORE, etui il lr Te, tf !, 4. lOOO. 1 yn GliESIIPEnKEJOi 1 !lfi.i"i.i .r tukmh iKit .. ... ZtftiWZ? - ri etMJL i&ff,:L,l1. .. ''' llSH. Lowest Possiblo Margin JOB lrlrlml tr DKPAUTiMENT, !. D. F. BASH. f?.e;.i mm i.. "i:...r v m mm, J. ??" .. ".; Harris& (unnelleY Fancf " ... ...... MANUFACTURER '". ",, !(" lilink.' iuiu - wMIHClalCaES, 1I1JC.GIK.S, Till, le JM.n itSJSS l"Ir,te,. JilltuLW:. iSdSSirk '""" .lJW'ets'nlsr. ''"'T $$. ' mrn A. not - With S.