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JJt., V IS JL VOLUA1K OiMihff. aw fwr ItM H .It . II Jli IX.-NUAlB- KRJja. I M Interior Journal STANFORD, ICY., RATES OF ADVERTISING. 3 nun Jim orriVK is HKnTTHrtkaUl " ' I'M 1'o.Mi'l.iiTi: " Jo" l"aitaa 1MiMMlillii. FRIDAY, OCTOBER il 13, 1880. WJIOLE NUMBER 449. llns. tmllMlloritllU) Tn. IH iwl IN lin S l IKJ IK s Thrso IS lowr. im im a so ' r1Im' - I IW IM ll son 7 no airt ii J,rw 4i on; ID on ii m in Wrl im i rw in no on u ml stt JLLJJLL '" I s s II II ' l It hi "i l II to Jul m SH 411 CO 111 uwiii Im KiMirur ntmi Awl s r.if.K. ami m iijik (hunt. afrti wntm tfwV b fWI VtttlllailasVsIMl Tba Mf v -i- riaaMbtt Ynhmm i.vixn mw ok a mix. Ono I'rcMnit liaa clmrgctl Ornnt with )lng, iuhI llio initimlliHii nro lint llio nixt l'rmiilcnt Mill prnro it. twt m uu Unlnillo M0III1 KVAM'. THIS lt. 11X11. win prin liniiiieYil n fool when lie ilnrlol out In rlfclliiiifrr fer llic IVrsiilmcr; Imt lio proves In la a knnro. Covinglm I'llllltllllllWealtll, THKfiMri.i: oi.nriHi-(lotrrunr WiMVrr, llio GrtciiWlrr, lllncklmrn I lint in mucli ricitotl nliout Iinllmii a Ms Democrntlo lire llirrn. To tic Governor ami if tlio horse trot it goal rnouli for litni. lmitTillo Commercial. I.XACTM. When you hear n man express con him tempt Inr I lie ccwimr, ilownasii fool. If ton witnt to tiitliim nml prove that he lio, pull him aii'l aeo Imw gently he will pat you on the back. Capitol (Jazetlo riiKNTici:, no. '.'. We ofli)j;rntulato l.mmctt (I. Iogan on hia entry into u wider fitlil for (be iliiplay of hia brilliant genius. Mr. Lagan forcibly reminds ui of the late CieorKc I). Prentice in hit bright nml sparkling wit am ciustio repartee Nelson Iteconl. - st Vtii nrml It Vrtiul up in tin i r ii Hf hrr Ihnnuril from .1vr. Aldtrman William Saucer presented tn tho Hoard of Aldermen yesterday n petition of Pliellx McOonan of MO Tenth avenue, aiklng that tho number of hia homo lo changed to 32SI or .128f. President Morris ro ceiveil lljo petition and, handing it to the clerk, directed him to read it Tho Clerk read: 'To the llonorullt, the Honrit t lit City of Xtxe Yorl: "Xow Into your honorable councils appears jour constituent, thcunderiigneil, I o lix McOonan, and kindly complain ing to) our honorahlo body laith that ho is a hotel keeper in this city, on the northwest corner of Tenth avenue nnd Twcnlr-nlntitreet, but that his premises, fronting on Tenth avenue, lias a numlter by which, unfortunately, it Is known in the directory, to the ceniui takers, to election officers, to tho assessors, and lo 111" public who there pass and repass. Your petitioner uies the word 'unfortunately' of Into the numlter has become to him a source of great annoyance. Tho number ii 329 Tenth avenue" At Ihli mention of the figures 320, John McC'lave, a Republican Alderman, sprang to his feet and Interrupted tho reading. "This lias been gotten up for political purposes," ho laid, and I object to the further read-ing.- " hi. f Mr. Fauccr, a Ta'mmany Alderman, insisted that the reading should go on. A 8WEKT "This gentleman is aggrieved." he said, IngrrsAll nuil Utecher, twin lighli "and hai n right to petition this Hoard. of religion and virtue, aro urging the It ii our duty to hear every tictition iwple to volo for Oarflchl, who re- read." brilx nrnl on oath tleuiol ceive! Thcrcupou the Clerk continued the It, ami who is the only man charged reading, amid thu laughter of the per with perteuil dishonesty that ever son! in the gallery ol the Common olTerol fur the I'reiidcncy Clark Council! chamber. Democrat. 'People go by and jeer at the lign ALW.Url TUT. CWB. Customer! on which it ii inscribed. Tcnnwse-politic) arc ni hadly te and travellers refute to come in, tanglei ai a cut ofipuu cotton after a they ray it is an unlucky aud fa ilay'a tusite with n xiiuler puppy. There i entirely too much greatness tal number. Hoyi place their thumbs odd abutments to their noses and in the Volunteer State lor tho places in with of diitinclIoD. Principle 1h a) a geli whirl defiance at tho number their fingers. Some irreverent parnastieil when there ii a redundancy of insulted complainant statesmen with a diiproporhonate lack ties havo even and petitioner by calling out, "Hello, Uhugow Timet. of high places. old Garfield, give us a divvy l" or else WAK.N'T TIIICII IS JliMAMIXI What are your aims, old DeGolyer?' A gooil many of our readeit are 10 that life is becoming a grevioui burnoxious lo know whnt lias becomo of den to your petitioner." John Vondtrheide, tho neaped conAt this point Alderman McC'lave, vict who was accused of munlering the who had been twisting uueniily in his colored girl ucar Fhclliytillo In July. seat, could contain himself no longer. Well, John wasn't wealthy, and the Springing to his feet ho demanded jury iound him guilty, and he will that the reading be discontinued. lw hung. That'a the condition ol Then pushing his chair away ho step John at the present time. Kentucky ped back from hia desk and began a Slate Journal. stump speech. "This is a political ai'I.no Tin: c.-- J. matter," he mid, "and should not be Since the Iouisville Jhtninj Vati brought into this Hoard. Hut if the Hollowed down, without iligetting, gentlemen on the other side desire to the Howling (irecii Intelligencer and discuss national political issues, they appurtenances thereunto belonging, will find me ready to meet them at including romo '.'SO pouud of any time. Ciovirnor, it hat become At this point Mr. McC'lave stepped and ill natured as the ai further back from his desk and continniue-teelow that a to the goose and her ue.! : "This cry of 320 Mr. Presi goaluigii. It bristles and gruuta " dent and giuuU and brittle; at everything The mention of the number 320 that comet along. It even shows n raised loud laugh iu the crowd in the a deposition to gnaih ill teeth at "the gallery. Mr. McC'lave, disconcerted, couutry apcrs," which, in that spirit topped hit icech, and moved that ol fair play which has ever character-im- l tho further reading ot the petition I o them, are almost unnnimouily discontinued. protecting against tho silly ami unjust The motion was lost by 3 to 1C. Tho warfnru now being waged against Mr. affirmative votes were those of AlderWillis. The 7W may be content to men McClavc, Pinch and Jaco'jus play second fiddle tn the (.Wrier-Journ(Itepublioam.) President Moniiand in ill puerile clangor about that Aldermen Perlcy and Wado (Itepub-licans- ) nickel arbitration, jet it should hesivoted with the Democrat! in tate before It assumes the lordly nin the negative. aud dictatorial loues toward the "ruPresident Morris declared tho vote, ral roostcn," which lms tu long and then directed the Clerk to resume Iu morning contemporary. tho reading of the petition. Llizabcthtown Ji'cws. It wont pay, The Clerk read : "Hcsides ho aud When tho lato U. 8. Senator Pos- his premises aro Insulted by having hit chalked and painted all ter, of Connecticut, was a rUing law-y- number 329, over tho city. Indeed, your petitionha was engaged tu n young lady whoso family enjoyed a larger social er Is afraid of going down lo posterity prominence than hit own. The wed- as "Old 329," instead of as A respectding day had been fixed and they able and iudustriuus hotel keeper. "Whcreforo he pruyi your Honorwero talking over tho prospective tour, ai a par) of which young Poster able Hody to ehauge the number of proposed that they should spend a few hit premises to 328J or 328, iuai day with his parents, who lived in a much ai he ii convinced that 320 will town at some diitauco. The lady alnaj she reproach to him and his 1'Vxix McGowan." rather reluctantly coiifcenled.Lut said : premises. "I will go with you this time, but Iu The crowd iu the gallery laughed the futuro you must not expect my and applauded as tho Clerk concluded visits to your parents to be very fre tho rending. Then Alderman Saucer quent. You must remcmlier that moved that the (ictitlou be referred to our nsiocialioui have been verv diller- - the Committee ou Streets, and the ent," Shocked by her cold blood de motion was carried without n dissentpreciation of hU father and mother, ing voice. tn I ulloii-seeoil Miiiiiifurliirr. Itlrr Imiitairiiirntii, Pittsburg lumellmca ihipa by tho The industries of tho Booth have, llriiiri' firm -In debating a 1HII (rffr tht Ohio Itlver iu one day more onal than tlnce the close of our civil wnr, lieen Kfn, lirolhsrs, writ Mn, more ejVet'ffll jsnrrnimssif of At itwHT would fill n train nf ears 300 miles In extending In diflerent dirrcl!on,whilo Wril II on Hit hl!rr, nn4 wrll II nn Ihf stfn a SfmnMna rwiHinrynff,"Mr.Garfiehl,lnl807, length. All nf the con I used within some peculiar branches have attained A srm3 K I withstraight nptofar thf, n degree of Imporlanco never dreamed AJ a ftUrxlliit made a display ol malignity and fiend forty mile! of the river, from A nln Whilst lh3, ttxl a I hJs tht III. to New Orleans, is shipped out of In dayi of slavery. One of ihcso Ulne, lthtr, writs II nine, ish cruelty tonard a fallen and help-lcWtlta lion thsshwltsrisnj wrll It en Ihtilfn foe, equalled only by the brutal of the Allegheny and Monnngahela is the manufacture of the oil of cotton -- Ntw Yk WorH and Mood thirsty Wm. Do La Marck, Rivers In barges, and low water in seed and the art of refining tho same, Heavy Castish. At tho Hlack the Wild Hoar of Ardennes. It should the Fall, followed hy n frozen river, by which It ii made rn tweet as olive WHOLESALE DEALERS Pittsburg, Pa., lie remembered that the war was then lends coal up several hundred er oil, and not only used as luch in tho Diamond cent, even in thovi Ohio River and United Slates, but it is now largely annnvil was cast weighing one hunover, and that the Confederates had long before grounded their arms and Mississippi River cities that havu coal exported to Italy to compete with the dred and sixty tuns. This is the larg submitted in good faith to Pcdcral mines within fifty miles of them by nativo olive oil, which is n staple arti- est casling ever made in this country, IVos. AS iintl 100 West Pcnrl Street, authority. Head tho following cold rail. So much cheaper ii traniorla- - cle. It is there ncd for adulten'ng and It was witnessed hy lending iron blooded declarations ho dclilicrately lion by nnler thnn hy rail, that the the native article and then it is ex- - manufacturers from diflerent parts of mi'I'.iiay orlctl again ni genuino olivo oil. the country. The anvil will ho mod II I.N n v I.Miirirr, mvings on the coal shipped from Pitts t I'.ASi; tittered on tho floor of tho Home: burg in I he last ten jears would havo This has nlrcady liecome n serious mat for n seventeen ton steel hammer, Wl I.I.I AM Hlllll.r.V, "It Is clearly (ho right of tho vie torious government to iniuct, thy, paid for the building of n railroad on ter, as of tho ilx million gallons of. which is now being made by Krupp, cotton-seeoil which were exjiorted the celebrated gun maker of Prussia. coxvicr AMI iiami i.vimiy Hi. iu:i. the bank of tho river all the way from from the tiuitoi! is Tllii'ouTll for ihcirbloody Pittsburg to New Orleans. Poor as last year, Untied States during tho The molten metal was run from five the navigation of the Ohio River is, the greater portion went to furnaces built for the purpose, nnd occonspiracy against the Hepublic. The Italian Government, cupied six hours. It will take six I believe, sir, the time has ils permanent suspension would de- Italy. come when wo muit lay the heavy stroy Pittsburg, and inflict upon all therefore, in order to check this adul months to cool the casting. hand of military authority ujon these the Ohio River towns a damage which teration, hai Imposed a heavy duty The Facts Aoainst Him. Rebel communities and hold them in could not bo repaired by a hundred upon the importation of cotton-seeSTANFORD, KY. Logan's clerical air aud tym- MAIN STREET, The exmillion dollars' worth of railroads. oil from tho United Stnles. ill grasp. together with his panitic "I give my support to this military France is peninsular, with the tea on portation, which, in 1877 and 1878, simultaneousness of advent with the HAVING rUUCUASKD THE IKTFRFCT OF MK O. IU MAttC!IAIX IK THE FIRM OF lull. It is serere. It war vrmrrrs lulli tides and not far from her center; was about one and a half million gal- members of Conference, misled many Xirftclitllifc liu y ley, tctn NfuutxJ atthcoU itarhl, wbrr I bavjulm-tltrvlfilint of yet she finds her inland waterways lons per year, reached nearly six milWITH A CTI.I.I. l'l'.N If AUK OUT OKA lions in 1870, and this will bo sur of our people who supposed him to bo FItlsXCII AXI) ENGLISH SUITINGS, to her prosperity, and iiAYONirr, and bayonets have dono us iuduiientablo a tract calporteur disseminating moral I,awfl lrlra. I good servico heretofore. All that capable of saving her more money passed in 18S0. Our home consump- literature. One gentleman went so U tilth IInwill mike up Intil I k U t trial,idjPaittitthe Lion gumntrfii In every htv fwrraiofnllr loratfsl lac IdiUdc or lo salt. McturJ, iml year than all her railways. She tion of the article is over two million evtry f ABK IS THAT CO.N(iE3 CHAM. far ns to say that he knew he was engallons per year. Cutting and Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. civil (lovntNMiLSTa nntoiin these Is preparing lo extend her Inland Mississippi and Louisiana l.avoeach gaged in that business for he had seen Thankful lor put Ufon, I hope, hj let attention bmloeM, to row It l'KorLi: or Tin: Hi nr.i. Stater, ami waterways at a vast expense, as a to air roDtlnuaar of tht aame. his tracks, while a lady declared she a coiuio.v or UAiONirrs iieiilMi meaiure of economy, became they 0 cotton oil mills; Tennessee, 8; Texas, VfrrKwpwlfuHr. UMjr H. C. II UP LEY. C; Arkansas, 1, and Missouri, Alaba just knew he was a Methodist preach Tliiai." See Congressional Globe, carry at a profit sli'pruents which railer, for she had seen him preying 2d Session 30th Congress, pp 1103, roads can not carry at nil. Tho time ma and Georgia, 2 each; together, 12. Glasgow ia near at hand when the navigation At present 110,000 loni of the seed upon a broiled chicken. HOI Times. tulltmnlllull Hint Utltlill'U Silbjer" of the Missouri River will save tho are now pressed, yielding 35 gallons 1o noil A certain authoress wroto of a cer.iple i f its valley more money every of oil and 750 pounds of oil cake to In discussing the Confiscation Act, ear than nil they now receive for the ton of seed. This oil cake has ad- tain peasantry : "They are the finest Mr. Garfish! took the ground that the j their crops, and it will create lines of mirable fattening qualities, nnd is peasantry in the world. They have Confederates were in the same categoouly two faults: they will lie, and will commerce aud develop wealth which largely ued for cattle. ry with tho Tories of the Revolution; must lie dormant so long as we have Ualdneu is more common among wo iteal." Judge Hlack, with equal perthat their lands and personal estates to depend altogether upon railroads. men than most iieoplo have any idea spicacity, holds respecting Gen. Garought to be confiscated and parceled Let our people come to the River Im- of, it a fashion correspondent of the field that he is a man of irreproachaout among the Pcderal soldiers. Those provement Convention in this city, Cincinnati Enquirer is to be believed. ble personal character only he will were his wordi: and tako up its work in a practical "There is now performing in thii lake bribe, and will eommil jicr'ury. "Confiscate their estates, both per- New York Sun. way, and they will eflect an emanci- city," ahe say i, "an I'nglish actress, loual and real, for life and former. pation that will free more laborers whoso deviltry is not a mere stage as There is female excitement at Kiv- The war began by proclamation, and than that which Lincoln proclaimed sumption; she ii naturally full of it. erton, Iowa. A person who sold and L it must end bv proclamation. in 1SC2. -- Kansas City Mail. Desiring to so aonio of tho gaslight fitted a large number of corsets there, "We INSURGKNT can STATKS IN MILITARY SUHJKC I i.ever saw so many misshapen legs sights of tho city, she arranged with a and wore woman's clothes, proves to TIONI'OR HALF A CRNTURY, in my life as those now masquerading gay fellow to escort her. She propos be a man iu disguise. IF NKLD Hi:. I WANT TO SLi: over the land iu combinations, surprise ed to dress as n mm. 'You can't disBullv bov with a class eye, is what yourself so they won't delect you' in parties and sioging troupes. Even guise tiiosu he said. "Cawn'tlP iho replied, in a chap termed a bottle of Dr. Hull's s mln who and suf-fi:ri:- the pads nro put on in the most 'Look here, my Cough Syrup, which bad cured his way. Of course we all know that her London dialect. tilliboy.' She pulleel off her blonde wig, cold. It only cost him 25 cents. THi: FIL'LDS ON WHICH the legs we see are not the real, bony-fid- e THKY PITCHRD THRIR TLNTS. legs they walk on, but they pre- and eliscloscel a pate perfectly hairless riiorEssioiAU Globe, 1st Sen. 28th Congress, tend they are, and we accept them as on top aud close cropped at the tides. 'Whod suppose that belonged to a E. D&LCKIBRIIMIC,!. R. J page 405 lucli across the footlights; but I fail J. modus woraau ?' she asked. 'Nobody,' he re- TIlrXKIXBIDflE&Bl:CKIXmiKIK the make-uWhen the Summer of youth ii slow- to comprehend plied. They made tho trip unsuspect ly wasting nway on tho nightfall of operandi. Little, flabby chested girls, ed." ATTORNEYS AT LAW, knobby elage, and the shadow of the path be- with pipe stem arras and The Rochester Union, in denouncing (M.'AJfroIlI. ICY. bow, caper nliout the boards with the comes deeper, aud life wears to its fis-Ill riCE ON tANCASTtlt HT. the Greenback candidate for Presiclose, It is plcasaut to look through bulgiest of legs. It isn't fair to the dent as a mere hireling of the Repub: the vista of tin e upon the sorrows and arms. I havo seen legs with tho lican National Committee, tajs: "Thii rpnoMASiMiiu.,jn., felicities of our early years. II we calves on one side, awry and distorted; have had n home to shelter, and legs with double cajis to the knee; man Weaver is a native and long ATTORNEY AT LAW, time resident of Dayton, O., and n wxw.rs'roitij, icv. hearts to rejoice with us, and friends legs with calves all the way to the He is Will practimlo the f.urtf of this anj alMolni ankle and, in fact stage legs. Joe cousin of James A. Garfield. have gathered around our fireside, the litu a Republican disguised as a Green- - rounlli arl Iu tin eiuurl ttf Aca!. 4IMjruu UurulrrMmt. rough places of w a) faring will have Howard in Philadelphia Times. backer and nothing else. He ha been been worn aud smoothed away iu tho A way to bet with perfect safety on a Republican office holder under the 1 AS. H. DUXI.A1', twilight of life, nnd many dark spots the election has been devised. A says State Government of Iowa, whero ho wo have passed through will grow to H : "I'll bit you 85 that I can AT LAW, now resides, and was for six years and ATTORNEY aud more beautiful. Happy namo tweuty-fivbrighter States that will go uutil the oflico was abolished. Assessor I1ANV1IiIUi ICY. a.titrin.h's rriim.iM r.s. limit) lie llfhrl. $329. 11 JOHN H. CEAIG, "WITH IN Pilti-bnr- g a SHIPLEY, CRANE&CO. Steel-Work- BOOTS JISTJD SHOES Cincinnati, Ohio. 3531. 0. IRTTZtPZLjETSr Merchant Tailor, Km-me- d grip-tac- -- M'ALISTER&LYTLE. iiomthi: secured before the advance in Woolens a Large Invoice of all ng statrs tiik forthf.truth, fought d care-tew- p lf Etc., and offer at Low Prices o indeed, are thoso whose intercourse with the world hain't changed the tnue of their holier feelings or broken thoso musical chords of the heart whose vibrations nre so tuclodiou', so tender uud to touching in the evening of their lives. Dr. Moore A RemaiikaiiixCasu. the vereriuary surgeon, has a most remarkable case under his charge in fact It la said to bo the ouly instance ot the kind on record. Somo timo siuco a bono owned by a resident of Loudouvillo was kicked In tho neck on Ida Hill, in Troy. Tho animal continued to cat, though evidently with great pain. A largo swelling formed on the neck, which Increased from day to day, until It became to big that Dr. Moore determined to hen ho did so ho discov lance It. ered tho swelling contained only par ticles of fooel, which ho found had tuado their way through the gullet made by tho kick. Tho animal ii kept n live hy Injections. Dr. Moore is confident of Its ultimate recovery. fur Garfield 1" or he may make the II ncccpti same oiler ou Hancock. tho oiler, of oourse. A then taji: "I'll bet $15 I can name four other II States that will go for Garfield." thinks this mure absurd than the pre vious projioiitioii, nuil takes it up Then A names twenty promptly. fivo States, lev ing out tho four that are sure to be carried by Garfield, and these four ho names as "the four oth era." Thus he loses $5 on tho first bet, but gets 815 on tho second. ot Internal Revenue fur the First District of Iowa under tho Republican Will iiritllce la tb CuurU of Uojle aud In the euurlof Api!. I ullilt aihira of Dubtle Ml Llffiti uvrr HarrU. Ilurbaia A liuulaj. a. rouatfa 60 Bolts of Jeans, 1,000 yds. White & Col- Federal Administration." . Lice on Cattle. On a warm, pleasant day tako a pailful of water aud put Iu as much carbolic aiyou think will do. To no-I- d Kill the young man paced tho floor fur ioiiiq moments. Finally, Inking his hat, ho said ; "I urn glad that I have found you oul; you may go to the devil I" Tho rebuku might not havo been choice In stylo, hut it was earn fit In spirit. Thenceforth their wayi lay apart. 'Good morning, Mr, Smith' 'Good luoruiug.' 'How do you do this morning!" 'Pretty net! Iliauk you,' 'Aud how Is Mn. Smith aud tho little unci P 'Quito well.' 'And what la all tho uows Mr. Smith I' 'Well I guess there Is going to Ik au election pretty soon fronrtho anxiety about my family.' Kxlt I claipcd Inr tiny baud in mine; I you maulfiMt caudidato. animal thoroughly from llio end of the uoso to tho end of the tail, aud rub It In with a horse bruih or anything that will do, uutll every Inch of the aul nial ii drenched to tho skin; put tho tail iu the pall and loak it thorougly, as there uud around the horns you will usually find the most lice. Put each animal into the stable immediately, where they cau not lick thenuolvea until dry. This will not mod to be repeated uulesi tho cattle are very lousy. elmped her beauteous form; I vowed tn shield her Irom tho wind, and from the world's cold storm, Slio set her beauteous e;et on trie; the lean did wildly Mow; and with llime ruby lips the said i "Uiulouud you, let mo go I" How liu was Wousuti). Aud now it appears that Hancock's wouud A Mn. Pool In Alabama had trip was fiom a ipllulcr broken from a let! u Week or two ago. While tho fence rail by astray bill while wailing men folki aro iooliug their issuei tho fur something to turn up, Tho truth of history is terrible, sometimes ou su- ployed to designate the 150th anniverwomen are Inning their l'ools.-Ul- ai gow Times, Cincinnati Gazette. sary of the settlement of Haltimore. perb General', Mrs. Mack was on trial for murder ATTORNEY U HrTII fcTIU.l.T, Wis. A large bouquet KENTUCKY. conspicuously inscribed: "From ouo LOUISVILLE, eulcf llot .ruiii who believes you iunoccnt," was TracHcM Iu all tlio eburta He: sent to her in the Court-room- . counsel was about to place it on the S. A It. W. HOCKE15, table in front of the jury, when the presiding Judge said: "Those ATTORNEYS AT LAW, flowers must not bo displayed. Take HTANrOllI), ICY. An exasperating debtor at Red- them nway." The lawyer made a Offlra oir MeAllittr A Ljll'l Stora. wood Falls, Minn., was hauged to a speech on the subject, but tho Court trco by a party of his creditors was obdurate, nnd tho flowers were O S. MYERS, When he was nearly dead, they low carried out. orcd him, and aihixl him Ii he would Hon. Jero S. Ulack n about as fa- ATTORNEY AT LAW, pay. He feebly nodded his head; but miliar with tho character of the pubicy. ou recovering breath enough lo speak lic mcu of this country as anybody ho said that he had no money. Then gets to be; and this is his opinion of OUIca lth Judas I'allli la tba (Xurt-kouthey pulled him up again, aud oame Garfield as made public In responio Butr. nearer to killing him than before. to WALLAUS tVARKON. an invitatlou to attend a political T. W.VABNOK. This this time ho did not hesitate, but meeting: "Gcu. Garfield's public caT. W. A W. K. VAItNON, I m mediately satisfied their claims. reer furnishes more itriktug examples of moral prostitution than the history ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Otto, the son of a Nez Pcrces Chief, is distinguishing himself of any other individual I have ever St. Louis Republican. at a sharp shooter Iu San Francisco. kdown. Offlca la Cvurl Buua. His must remarkable feat is in hittiog '"Anuie," said u fond husband to his QAM. M. UUimCTT, A glass a mark while blindfolded. wife, "what were the current expenses lull ii iuiieuded twenty feet away, of last month?" "Oh," alio replied, ATTORN EY AT LAW, nnd tho boy is allowed to gaze at it. "only 28 cents. "Why, how was Then his o)ea aro bandadged, and he JIT. V13IINON, ICY. that T" "Well, you ice, I ouly baked is turned arouud tevoiid times; but cake twice, aud therefore Used very Will prattle bla prefMalou la lUjkta.tl aad more than half I ho timo ha breaks the f Atls. a.lJululoa couullM aud Iu th eiuurl Meridcn Recorder. few currants." KlwiUI atuuelwo ala to cutlvctlvua. ball, though how ho manages his aim is a m;stery. Mr. Thouiai Hughes, in a ajicecli T KK K. HUFFMAN, A bill collector returned to Mem- at the reception iu Knoxville, said from what lie had heard ho expected SURGEON DENTIST, phis on Iturseback, with a bag full of gold aud silver ouiu. Tho horse rau to find the people of the South intolHTAM'OIIU. ICY. cultaway, the bag burst, and a great erant, but found them Instead OlDw kuulb (IJ Mala fclrwl, Iwa dxura abTi tba lift" UoUl. crowd followed for a mile, picking up ured, refined aud sociable. PuraMliuua Oalla Gia aduilalatarad vbaa r ijulrwd. which has been tho money, none of Auother jioet comes forward and tU roa a sa) a : "Aud I hear the hiss of a scorch(1 M01KIAN, I). I), a, ing kiss 1" The next liue will be : Sss'pil centennial is a word happily DENTIST, uot familiar hitherto in American "And I see the flash of a red mustache.' A I'lUlTITlUNr'lt OF TWUitr YEAK4. WATLitritoori.vo Cloth ailb a UWul Iicuul u,ui!lltslluu, buw U bMrflt uewtpupsrs, though It may become so Cloth. IU will allni'l tarb ilaustr lllrl ixm-ii.- . . during the next few weeks, being em- coated with limecd oil to which lit- The Right Kind or a Judge. TAMllS (i. OIVK.NS, AT LAW, at Jefferson, ... I ored Linseys, 1,000 yds. White ored Flannels. & Col- Our stock of Fall Prints, Bleached and Brown Cotton and Furnishing Goods is Very Attractive. H'i.ivr,oHi, h'x'anjvoui), icy. Custom-Mad- e Boots and Shoes from the Best Factories in the West have been received for the Fall Trade. We make a Specialty of Ladies' Fine Shoes. n New Trunks just received. McALISTER & LYTLE. a tle wax and litharge have been added, will be waterproof eVurlat LauiMltr.aud rvuialauiui Mrk aur !luuu f .diibiUa, lluslwatllla, Ae Ku-u- l lluwius Iu Will e mis tw4ls tblrd rwildviM UvUI, Mua 61, Blufxnl, kjr Uiiill ImNso.) AU MJI - ihr p!m - ! lllinui l.i.li H ' lli.iiiM,.n not imagine it minli wnrsr but there l..t.fiiM.n riii.l. Till New Jik Sun sajs that the Inn emir 13 '111 mill, nf w.rn.1 tnsln ariHTHi- - nml dry bo1. is no tiso in ilespairitit:: thertlnre, result In Indiana ii n gttnl a suprlso of IUIIrrvi.1 II oil and 1,115 mil.- - nf aldintj, All ttie IVrtiieral air ii k, and wild In the Democratic parly and in great trtrk Democrat, we d? io yon to keep n ! Meh I. Km la I. tn( thai M.4. deane In phe.ir. at lmtllH! l HilT tipper lip, wit your trust in God, n blow as the Maine oitotron was to lueky baa BTA.3jr3TOT&33, bat 1,'iUO n..lr- - . ind n it Indi m .Ii In k ' I'smiuialrr, but P. and keep your pnirdr dry, to bo used the Itepublican'. It turns the prolia-bilil- y sesseil at sivre $M,0OOKiO . I. IK Mijisnn ell at lb vry rawest Mmnlng TIio Election Rctnrns From October 15, 18 SO. Friday Memlng, of tho cae In favor nJ the elecA wrltaf eftvsr and - ha. if another such a swindle hatlemptnl IiOCK-lJOTTOajrr-il- . ll pin. Indiana and Ohio. tion of Garfield. Rut if the Demo- tfen awarded In lit ease i'f IViarnelle !.,, i f.rk-r-t that Jsel Adaww A Sun upon yoti m the seating of n Hepubll- riUlnr oan I'rcsidcnt, when n Democrat k ir.ti.Tox, ir. convicted of the aswnler of bts sM.r ami have the bawl giNil ami sell them at the The former Mora Heptiullraii lij 0,000 cratic leaders will drnw from It tho sentenced to 1 hanged on lb tVlli in.. b.wesi (1npr lessons which tho Republicans drew elected by ovir 2A0.000 majority. nnil thr taller by 20,000. Argument will lie hewril in Henitier neil. !la bad. Iny ft eamhln't I wwtsei, bexocmtig ticket, from Maine, and go to work with It will be remembered Iks I he kilted I.U but I'm Messed If Kentucky dan'l show Tiik Danville AtlneaU publishes n Democrats Lose) Two Congressmen zeal, energy and resolution, they can sister in a hHe nf In Danville, 'esa haw to vale In November. sensation this week, which is to tho ron rnwiDr.xT, In Indiana nnd Six in Ohio. reverse this probability, nnd certain- Virginia, lwioiati orator and cnrrrsjiorsaVtrt GEM. WINFIELD S.HANCOCK, eflect that Mr. William I). Wtalhcr-ford,- n They have lieen The. Mormona hM a OanferrnMthl ly elect Hancock. who Agorest tm Indiana ninsl have mliesl n i. young man of that Imlliuiit l.i'utHlniiiiii OP rn.NNSYI.VANM. entirely too confident. Tlier do not week and filled Rrlsliam Vmnat's plaev by lea mnh "lfelet" with I heir mhmlatlon. iK-ion .lolnl Ilullol. town, publicly slates that for n long There la a young dry goods clerk In seem to have applied that wisdom the election ef John Taylor, PrrsMtnl, tlmo he has leen p)ing liitth money A I I hi-George (. Canrmn a lint ami Jee town that blushea terribly when tun ask ii. Drill tlrnrrnlly In Pnj.nilli which the facts required. Three wllh F. Smith as Seewnd Ommetera. Cannon him tlee question: "What klmlnf to the Town Attorney, W. II. Lucas, nlaT" lint Ono line r Moiio, weeks still remain before the election Is a delegate to Oangres and was Mr. M.l Neweetnbliss done bis riin-tr- y for the privileges of "mnniiigagamo" withen the 7lh Inst. Jw K. Smith is a R- and Ihe town a favor by building a I t. of November, and victory is yet feaC J and selling vhiky in that local option wine ii KDimnnui.ioRini-- i Not nephew nf Ike original Ssnllli Jahn Tay- - plank walk from the Depot lo Main stresl. in tho grasp of the Democracy. WjiIUv. Air. Weatherford xayaJhat aJt ecamiarwaL Thtrtatig-!.:,- . Ivii ftnrghtnH lr.it. only harder wort, in the WeiT, iiuti!; n!w ui.'.liTf mr TTrf-;yiTSr Mr. ATtrrsT Owen !. tnnved ma lni-llhe paid up this blackmail until he Indiana and Ohio have gone ReInto the Froae ftiihon is rrcardrd as the enperlv, on old Mln is essen Apostle, more harmony in the lint, tired of it, nnd then Mr. Lucas had publican; hence these tears. ruling spirit of mwer hthlhd Ike tkroney slrrH Hoot. While ami fmllr hare No, we tlal. although Wllfonl ViKlrntT, ranking mem- moved to 8a fluid Can. warrants issued against him. Tho do not cry over spilt milk, but ne are ron vie n rRKstotsT, says that "when Hancock ber of the Twelve Apnttes, and net On Giiant Tlie I4ftest ami pretties', slotk of matter should be investigated forth vexed at the stupidity of tho DemoHON. WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, with, cot a vote fur the Presidential iionii non, I the heir apparent acmrding lo good ever brought to Ml. Vernon en lie ' ' - aVifc.w and If found euilty, Lucas cratic leaders. It seems almost a nation in 18G4 he smiled all around precedent. OF INDIANA. found at Jack Adams A Snn'. Their should be allowed to take his place In wonder, with their manifold blunders, WITH TIllT.H.HOtOn aixisi: prhro are sure In plros von FORCUSIinENS v. ;i i) l tho Infamous column along with llatt-coc- that the showing Is as good as It is. his back." Graut, who is crazier for Wrn(MlMlFfftU your attnlton U tl mtiMt Mm MirA KI1U in Amtml. t7f. In It 'iH 1'. not by Ihe il.xir of Jsek Adam HhTm-lUrla a Utl Mba Ail AllsKhutt Hhlrh r of ih4tuit . f x f. a third term than Hancock ever was HON. PHIL B. THOMPSON, JR. irt anil other Republican Instead of ltelknap ( )i ii Ir. In tb A Sun. t HwavWltf Stop In ami examine their stock, Bir(Ti Mir lVi(ni lib uitifstalorr rtiill. concentrating their small for first, is smiling all around his thUrft iuaiiilwtirtra Irwit OP MERCER. I Hh lh a Vmh a runt 1htttMrUnts.r scamps. Wc suggest that J. Westly amount of money in Indiana, they Died, In Itojle cnonly, (Vt. Till, M learn their price, ami von are certain to fromhTrMvloil taklnflhf Iaratribll Uli I'aMol rtfalM, J AtlaKbtuvfll wi mU U ttttf I tnt t fiIU?4l Atl - whnl fir Mml hmira. atvl tho prosiiect in 18S I, lirannali F. Ilulehlnts, aged UN t ratUftsl bf aMHM-lacnni- l hatl Ht itifwttithit loelJ villia ircliasMiitie4hln( They in ran hu'lnrs. unA Durham bo called i a witness, as we threw it way trying to carry Ohio, back how at a IUUnr rt rtttthtii,an.l Ii mrwntlritrifsl Ihil il.f tr ll IsttM anl h4uM quitUrrlMj; I ml I nun miff Ohio, -A roblier entered tlie ehaneel nf the (Kitihcr Wing hM, rtMih rnl AflM Ihlt aiO wtr Inf. j mn mull Ui If Wllllenl color," wfM1rn Iron, lu Mirri informed by a gentleman that and the result was as might have Rut appearances are deceiving, and klrb artiortrl bf lhTm-lW- . Tub new 8 from tlie elections is tad are tht Wipm aarnmlnil hj a itnimtllf( tiUia Grant would do well to go and hang Kpismpal Church and Uire awnr twnr-- "soatlet leave," and "sHiiny weather," lull In lhMM aiwotitrr lb ttilmtf mift tir UrMlmt itrvMi mhm t4kstirt-- II antivjwml tnt Weatherford says ho paid him 630 fur been expected. With an unpopular himielf. indeed; but whilo considerably out lb pliees one tjuite raluable. lite reason why "mir hearts are duller" Is MHt it Bpiaflil )f lh TrtM IUkI tunning aitr.Wt llVirlh lrl, wbll iimhIi ihr syflbl"(tsj.ita7 iha rr. n hlh tb lUr! M him during candidate lfm U Wm. Rmbry, a ndorcd citlaen nf Dan broause ihe Indiana election returns didn't put up at this critical time, Hs.lm bx th TrutBavlUtil ilWn,vc nro not altogether dispirited. Lucas when he acted for Alk Atllntft allon. rtrltt, lrtiwl aftj Some-peop- le IhaMsMisjblf trtifil It seem to be greatly villr, ha received, in behalf ol hi wife, pan Ihil ril yriri Is MfHirallvtrly rthls his visits West. and opposed by a rich nnd unscrupuowl like they "orter " ) ll hat The Republicans have, bv a sjstem one of Tb thrwrrfhml tlrriiftb Ta fwna--l Ur f Ij- lMMtbTirhMHfHaiMsflh I'.S., bothered alwtit the difference between about $1,500 in back par and pension i Ham, an unfortunate, waa rttksai It Mt Mh frtlrtii ilUUrlWo t imff-lf- fai oa Hoivriar Irvn, , f aa larb In illifai Irr, (th aiw of negro Importation and n lavish exA Jl'DGC In Lancaster countyj'enn-sylvani- a, lous party, the Democrats have lost uf lbTra-lUI,- , riitla of iha alibaatabafar-- J rvafuitt villilva ym U lrtMi Mwttalrr J C. Caldwell sold In II. K'ahn,f Cin taken ill suddenly while in town a few nf A a plurality and a majority. A phi It, inwfarala lhpHt l?rits4 tWTrwtaKtaKvbnnia, lnl . f ltb ?aaW ran Vlii( or ll!?er irar HimIii lobra penditure of money, luccccded In carwhose official acts had been Indiana for the present, but as sure inyU at vrrjr nftrr tft speaking, cinnati, 31 head of cattle at $1.75, ami Xt evenings sine, and Wing removed to the means, politically rying Indiana and in increasing their severely criticised by a couple of ed- as tho 2d of November arrives, so rality $l.05-avr- ra;e weight about ),M0 Newromh Hosts, was delivered of twins SKO. IK the next highest Candidate; head at majority in Ohio. The day pawed oil itors who were also mcmliers of the sure will she be redeemed. The Na- more than imund The liable are dead, and Mandar haa been a majority raoro than all the other Dr. O. Ileatly, on hi return from the sent to the I'ooelrause. quietly, without any reported blood-be- bar, retaliated by disbarring them tional ticket is a strong one, whereas combined. CnunH!, wa met at the -I- ter. ,of the M. K. Church, The Kentucky negro marched from the practice. They appealed the Stale ticket was the weakest that candidates JAS. DUDDERAR. Fully ten thousand Kentucky ne- Ilepol by a company of student with a fife South, will preach regularly in Ml. Ver- JOS. SEVERANCE. lioldly Up to the polls and cast his from this ruling, and the Court of could have beeu put out; and if the and ilruin band of music, and was escorted non the 4th Sunday in each month.... i'.I.I. vote, nod because of the fact that all Appeals has restored them to the bar, Hoosiers elo not rally to the support groes voted in Ohio and Indiana. to hi home "aa in triumph." A. I. Terr! i conducting a protracted negroes look a)ikc,thero was no one to holding that "to say that an attorney of Hancock and English, their repu- Twenty odd can be named that went Siioe "Mile Standi.h," from the West meeting at the Christian Churrli in I'rod- readers will bear can not act or speak on this sul ject tation for honesty and honor will be from this county for that purpose. sends to Doyle county an order for a wife, beid Our say him nay. At ISdrr J. I. Allen' night Negroes and thugs are the hope of the and leave the selection, without in mind that we have all along under liability to be called to an ac recognized no more. meeting at the Christian Church here last to a mend. He courts through the me Sunday, there waa ene addition by claimed that n Dcniocratio defeat In count, and to be deprived of bis pro Of the hundreds of Special and Republican party. Indiana would not be so crushing to fession and livelihood by the very Associated Press telegrams received Weak kneed indeed must bo the dium of distance and $.'5,000. A. J.Mcrshon haa esehanged his prap A fatal ami deplorable accident octhe hope of our party as a similar Judge or Judges whom he may con at this office, we select the following Democrat who will let the result in erty near Danville for Tcxaa lands belang curred at Mr. W. I.. Henderson' la't Sundisaster would tu the Kepublicans. sider it his duty to attack and expose, for publication. The interest mani- Indiana change bis vote. It should Ing to Mrs. Ilohon, and will probably soen day evening. Robert llrown, a little son They recognized the fact that with is a position too monstrous to be en- fested by our people, ns every few make him the more In earnest in more to Sherman. He has al-- o sold bis of Dr. J. J. llrown, of this place, playfully the loss of that Slate their whole tertained for a moment under our minutes they were posted on our working fur the success of Hancock intere.1 in the lumber and ci1 yard to Kintcd a carbine, which he supposed waa J. S. ltobcrla. chance for success would fade into present sj stem." A decision so wise Rulletin.was great, and many a Dem- and English. empty, at a young man name Joe 1'olT, Dr. It. W. Dunlap haa gone tu louia and pulled the trigger. The rreaon waa thin air, and they fought with a des- and just i refreshing in these degen- ocrat turned away blue, as the news in Iudiaua will serve as ville to attend a meeting of the Stale Hoard discharged, ami The result the ball .truck Poll In the grew worse aud worse. The few Re peration known only to despair. They erate days. eoun- - side ami passed through bis bowels. Judge liars, of Hus-ea warning to the Democracy; not a of Health Poll publicans in town were wondrous death-blow- . can not win without Indiana. The TlIB Republican papers publish a ty, spent a few daya in Danville this week. lingered in great angeny until hi death, To be sure Democrats can, and will. Mis Sadie McUrath, of Favetle, is at Tuesday night. story which they claim happy, however, fur "it is an evil the result falls, metaphorically speak' was written by an officer on Gover- wind that blows nobody good'': oT: rciitiiK.T Mrs. Dr. Downton's....Miss Ilatehelorand -- Mr. J. A. Huir.ot Carlisle, Ky., pasMr. Reeve spent Wednesday in Danvlllti senger agent for the Vandalla line, waa lug, like a wet plank on the expecta nor's Island, that the the excitement theiatixt. Richmond, Kf. has four National Gor. here on Wednesday Mr. J. A Jartson, lions nod calculations of numerous of the contest has twice brought LocisviLLr, Oct. Ulh, 7:30 r. M. Lit Ranka with resource amounting to $2,151,- - on their return from Richmond er return only confirm the very had In 002. Blackburn ami wife, Mie Kate ami Cur-ali- e aril-ta- t large, wa in lawn this week. He Democratic statesmen and newspaper symptoms of apoplexy on Gen. Han- the morning Walter, Mis Cheiiault and Mis Mai- - wa actually happy over the result in Inplrs. Republicans carry There are now eleven gentlemen nam there, and, to some cock, and correspondents "it is tho verdict nil Indiana by 1,000 to G.OOO, capture Lrglsla- - ed for the neit Governorship. Isaac Cald tie Rreck,of Richmond, Gen. Fayette Hew diana, but then lee' a Republican Mr. of extent, clouds for a time our hopes itt, of Frankfort, Judge Carpenter, of Sfeeh J. II. Otter waa called lo Louisville lo see around," the letter goes on to say, ture and gain two Cungreumen. In Ohio well, of Louisville, Is the last mentioned. success; yet we are too firm a believer M. C. Miller Jr., The earninga of the L A S. It. It. for brrille, Hen. Wm. Owen, Dr. Wrenn, f a slek child this week "that his promotion tu the l'residen the Republican majority Is 20,000 ami a gain of fire Congressmen. Democrat in tlie goodness of God and the eter-ru- l cy will the month of September were $391,009, Georgetown, and Charlie Kincaid, ot the and J W. Moore, of this place, left Tuesterminate his earthly career, hut not whipped and will be in the which is $303,800 more than for the same Railroad, were broujht to Danville this day Air the Iine Star State, where, if they fitness of things, to think for an nnd thus Kuglisb, the great fore-clos- ring In Nuiembf r. week by the Canlrill-Cec- il K. (1. LoriAX. atttchment. are plraJ, 11 er will secure locations for month last year. instant that lie has decreed that such of mortgages, will step up to It was a day of triumph in Dauvllle future home It. I). Cook am) F. M. miles One hundred aud nintty-einh- t a man as Garfield shall rule the hon- the Presidency." Of courte this is Comtmm-k- , O.Oi-r- . 12lli, 10 r. . Mr, Taylor, of Itsvdvilte, were In town thi to- - fur MIm Nina Graham l.atchelor ami Thanking (hose who have stood us so generousclaim Hamilton county by 4,- - of the C.S. R. It. is in Kentucky which est people of this grand old country. all poppy cock, given to bolster up side tricka and depot are Kdward A. Reevra when they amused the week in the past, mc promise to by dealing 000, and Democrats concede it by S,uG0. gelhei villi the And then beyond and extra of all the few populace with their liumoroue ami Dramcoat interest i decidedly the The enemies of Uuglish. The lloth Republican elected to Congrexa. In- - awM.il at $3,509,401.50, patronage share this is the results of 1870 and the atic Recitals at James' Hall Monday night. greatest indutlry in Roekcaalle county. in honest goods, even u In the Grand Parade of Democrats at army surgeon at Governor's Island dirationa are that rote Is 25 per cent, than ever. present indications to chocr us to re- says that Hancock was never in better greater than ever before polled. Cincinnati Satuday night, 15,000 men were The programme wa taatv; Its attractive Two freight train are now run regularly SKVEKANCK & 1U1I)1)RAR. and features lwing, that cicept fur the cla.a each way every day over the Knoxvllle Wo do not supnewed endeavors. CoiX Mars, O., Oct. 12th, Midnight. Xo in line, while 75,000 people looked on health and that his chanced of living similarity in all dramatic recital, it wa Branch lietween Richmond Junction and pose that there is a fool so utterly de- twenty to definite returna a to Congressmen, though cheered almoatunceaiingly. thirty years is m good as The Rig Sandy R. It. track reached devoid of sameness. MIm Balchelor is, in Livingston tu accommodate Ihe coal deal- KepuUicanfl claim 13 out of 20 a gain of mented ns to deny that the Solid appearance, one of "Nature's most agreea- era in this county. At present there are anybody s. Ashland, Ky last Saturday and it I four. South, ns it is called, will go solidly iNPMNAroLK, Im, Oct. 13ih. 12.13 a. that trains will be running from ble blnnilera" alwve the medium height, five mining eouipinle at l'ine Hill and Tm: Court of Appeals has decided for (Inncoek and Kngludi. Well, that Republican are claiming (he State by Jit Slerling to Richmond, Va , by neat light hair and dark eyes, quite pretty, haa Livingston, and these companies oon.titute tho Act of the Legislature which si. a winning smile and a naive manner of ;itockeaslle Coal Association," gives lii tu K!8 votes within 47 oi that a good majority. nf which June. CoLUVBtf, O, Oct. 13ih, 1 A. M. cuotish to elect. To get this requisite sajs tliat witnesses for the Common Senator P. I. Johnston, J. Fletcher throwing her hands behind her back a Mr. C. Crooke is General Agent and Mr wealth shall reccivo no pay for their gesture, though decidedly unconventional, W. A. Burnable, Asii.tanl Agent. In the from C23 precinct" show a Republi- Johnston and Wm. II. Polk, the present number, there is New York, New is, in her case, by nn means a, detraction. month of September, I am informed by Jersey and Connecticut with a com- attendance on an examining trial, un can gin vt 2,223 orer (lorernor'a election editor, this week purchased the Islington She has a goo. I voice, and her ardor show Mr. liuin.ide, this Asoclalin sold and less the defendant shall be finally con of 1879, when Stale went 17,000 for Foster. Daily It will be continued a. bined electoral vote of 50, each and iUclf In a steadily increasing Dorr, and not shipped 311 cars of ten!, aggregating 123,-07victed by the Circuit Court, is null i.aicr returns more lavoraoie to uemocrata. an afternoon dally. by siell of the every ono of which went for Tilden bushel. The price reaiiied for this Hamilton county returns aliow that large Mis Mattlj Adaiu,a beautiful yoing after the fanhion of msn, and void, becauso it is a premium for fitly and jerkr kind. In the coal w. a an average of 0 cent per bushel Mr. in 1870, the three several majorities Democratic gain prevail in atronglr Dem lady in Jessamine county, wa hnrribly amounting to over 50,000. This was witnesses to swear falsely. The right, ocratic localities, many of which hare not outraged by a negro this week, and will art of facial gesticulation, i a I at master, at tho Mine. Of the above amount, the maintained, to claim and bo paid, been heard from. likely die. The scoundrel ha not been and Inimitable. Almost instantly, hi owl- line Hill Cat Co. ehipped 191 cars, or dune, too, iiiitwilhatanding the disaf- it place to t)tVS bushels at a price of $1,558.'4, depends upon the character of the Indianapolis Oct. 13th, 12.50 captured yet, but we will wager that he like expression of wi.lom give fection of the John Kelley party, who an idiotic grin, much resembling that of a which showing exceeds that of all th othprecincts show wont live five minute after he i. charge, and not upon the ultimate re- One hundred and thlrtr-fir- e strongly opposed his nomination, and thing he gave wa er Mini together. This Company, beii.le At a Republican meeting at Shelby-rlll- Chinese idol. The brst sult of the examination or trial. Thus Democratic gain of 3U3 and Republican afterwards was not very enthusiastic The en- ojierating ila own Mines, has recently gain of 1,172. Net Itepublican gain, 770. Ind , a row occurred, and in attempt the speech of "Orator Cliuiai." the pet Acts of the lea-e- d the Mine formerly ojierated by in his support. Now the party is en- goes another of 13th, 8 A. it. Private dis ing to n,ue!l it, Sheriff McCorkle was de- tertainment throughout its entire prtgrcs CINCINNATI, OHIO. late Legislature, which for more than patches sav that Indiana haa gone Repub- liberately shot and killed by a Republican was indented with applauie and frequent Tailor A Co., aud it haa In ila employ be- S. W. Cor. 4th & Race- Sts., tirely united in New York, nnd Should Miss Iltuhelor and Mr. tween 150 and 200 band. rncorrs double the Constitutional time, wrong, lican by amall majoritjr. rough, remarking as he did so: "I will put thero estimate newspajiera Married, at Ihe Church In thi place, led over retrenchment and reform Ofiice or Poar, Locisyille, 13th, 11:13 an end to one IVinocrat'c son of a , Reeve again appear in Danville, they will that Hancock's majority ill the State have a crowded house. on Sunday evening, October lOlb, 180, ' measures and ended by increasiui;, in A. M. The bottom has dropped out. In anyhow!" C22 AH y Jtri-l-J to U l( InCr.sjOrtsarJ, Kf., ,M. JikI. X3I. will reach 30,000. The fifcy votes of Gor. James Kdwarde Cautrill and MIm Mr. Jamra M. Maret, wa married to Mis Near Richmond, Va., two while men, stead of reducing, the expenditures of diana and Ohio both Itepublican. Looan. l iMaii, jsma iMakii. rHi toiwrri, njuttt-- t Mtillie M. Newcumb. thcto three States added to the vote Tlie ceremony wa OP trTANKOM), Cincinnati, 13th, 12.15 v. m. Republi- George Lcwry and Dai id Thomas, were Mary Lauretta Cecil wcremrrried on WedTrrrilrr,)allS Wand was Chh-iof the South would give Hancock 183 the State. can claim siajority in Ohio of 20,000; also lynched this week for an outrage on a nesday etening, Oct. 13th, by Rev. John very beautiful and imprcMlvc, IbaulfWItrvutwlIiwlii Ibatlly f llatlBf arfUIrJ blwMll wlih lb M rrtUU In an interview with Grant, pub- that they have secured gain of fire Con widow named Jane Msi.ie, The brutes Augu.tus illiams a.Mitrd by Iter. Rus iminouncesl by Klder J. I. Allen, of Dan Chkae. laut year, wutb4ouun4auf.ua tbtNiaftJ. BrntcUakr( lltruit.raniii A Co., nf.irwlly volts, or three more than a majority HiklUlbilrMUt)r bla rrkmJa In kvntucky, llroittolla ville. The attendant were l'rof. A. G. atsolltM. CblMfolaaftnlclAMtMr AlUltsrk tvoicn4r4 lj lk Ualxa blurb YarJavlla Ic.Mahon, Uurbin Vtaru and were not even given time to pray, ao sell Cecil, at the home of the htidr's fa Theu there is but little doubt of his lished by the Kev. Fowler, the Gen- gressmen. I ya .v tbtHnl H In OulH(Ua )aida, llojutt( ky., I The Lorcllaml MIm Mnllie Whiltaker, Mr. llrvuinliiHi h.l not lir0 a guual luftikloa tvr tb tlaDU. vr wlU eral speaks in bitter terms of General Frank Hurd probably defeated. Republi- quickly Were they taken from the Jailer ther, Mr. J. G. Cecil, near Danville. tbUBrw, bio J 11 ab4 rmittuj getting three votes in Maine; and fwr (Toui.tly. W7.t can majorities in Hamilton county range and swung to a tree. awembly wa amall and the whole affair F. - ThtHHiii and MIm Alaa Ki.h. It rko. aaJUvrr, tb Ira41af tlllxcna ! the chances are that he will carry Hancock, characterizing him us a 1.22S for Dutterworth tj 4,500 for Oipetlar. ia with genuine pieaaure that I note the wmU Ml tDJunaliliy ualtfjlt aaafautlj iuit- of the fa Colquitt, the Itrgular Democratic can- qaiet on account of the California and perhaps other estern vain and weak man, who is crazy to inle.ii of thi VGung and happi couple. tltf. Wtmeniioo Cblcaaioparllmlsuly, It Ulaf I.iIIANAroLi8. 13th, 12.20 r. H. Par didate for Governor of Georgia, waa last ther of the bride. The gueola were receiv a Wwttrn rltr aivi brMllM a Wricra uwOt-ti- n He further sajs that tial returns in this city and county Indi week States. Nor do we lay our, arras qui- be President. by a majority of over 63,000. ed by Mrs. Granville Cecil, Jr, and Mrs. They have loag been devoted lo each othben jvur UIsmI U owl f orJer, ynur ami in their case, at least, "the course gour, you 1WI weary atJ IiiUtm, tbva try etly down nnd surrender Indiana. Lan- he is of an exceedingly jealcus nature cate a tuajoritr for Porter of 2,590; a gain The legislature is of couri-- Democratic, Chae. I. Cecil. In the halts, the door fae er, of true lore did run smooth." Mis Mol-li- e troiullo anJ W LHI TrUl bulilsja frrw. ingi, niches ami banister were festooned and 125 of its members have expressed ders, the defeated candidato for Gov- and hates to hear praUo of a brother of 1,000. i KYuUraUtl. 8uM ty Cbaault A ltuay. beautiful, intelligent and accomllrown for with holly and Autumn leaves, and the OrrlCE CoflllEK-Jol'UNAthemselves In favor of 8TANFORD KY. ernor there, was a most unfortunate officer. Graut has proven himself to parlors, Ac, decorated with quanliiiea of pli. hid. She is Ihe daughter of Mr. M. 1. 13lh, 12.20 r. M. Porter elected In Indi United Slates Senator. selection of the Democrats, and the be as mean a liar as the meanest, and The music waa secreted Newoomb, and I universally beloved, for Iemocrat elect ana by 3,000 majority. cut flowers. Mrs. Hannah Davis, of l'ulaskl coun bluuder cost them the State. Unsta- his uncalled for criticism of a roan his seven out of thirteeu Congressmen and Iter pleasing manner and amiable disposity, about nineteen months ago swallowed a Iu the bay window of the ailting-rooiTHOS.ItlCHAUDS.rrop'r. ble as water, he is first one thing and superior in every respect, is redound claim Legislature. The cere tion. Mr. Maret la a moral, industrious, ailrer half dollar, and has aunered very behind the lace curtain. young gentleman. Originally 13th, 3.43 r.n. Returns much, bring compelled lo keep her bed mony waa conducted In the silting high-toneIndiana then another; now no Republican is log ts his disadvantage all over the from Garrard, he came here about three bride-mald- a STANFORD, KY., more bowling and blatant than he: then country. Grant's failuro to get the now ahow that Indiana haa gone Republi all the time until last Tuesday, when the room, under a marriage bell; six TO THE PUBLIC OPENED jcara ago, and haa eince acceptably alio FEB. 22sj, 1S78 by 5,000 and Ohio by 15,000 majority preceding and Iwu followirg, all unhalf dollar paueil from her. She is now he shifts sails and, catching tho Green- nomination fur a third term has tour can Indianapolis 13ih, 9 r. M. Five hun in good health. Reporter. attended, formed a hollow square around charged the dulie of railroad agent at back breeze, rides the waters as good ed his temper, and he ought to retire dred and ninety precincts give Democratic Nothing that has happened since the the couple and the offieiatlng mini.ters. thi place. He ia tu be congratulated on a Greenbacker as auy bodv. Once from public gaze if he would save his gain ol 5,093 and Republican 11,113. Ntt o;ienlng of the campaign has made so many The supier waa elegant in all ila bearings having won ao precloua a prize aa Mia Proprlotor. more be changes his political faith, reputation. Republican gain, 0,018. furnished by Kepler. I'resenls were Mollle. May heaven 'a choire-a- t blesainga friends and rotes for Gen. Hancock as the To eaeh gueat be showered on them both through a long Indianapolis, ltlh, 9.30 a.m. Repub- wholly uncalled-for- , and conns out a bright and shilling untruthful and stupid numerous aud handsome. Tun Frankfort Gazette, recognizing ml happy waddeel life. Democrat, when ho thiuks he sees the abuse of tho pardoning jwirer by licans claim this State by 7,000 and Ohio attack upon hi reputation by his lellow were given, aa soutrnirs, in addition lo the SALE OF STOCK, CROP, &c. CENTRALLY LOCATED. We.t Pointer and comrade In amis,L'lvuei usual favors, which were unusually nice, a ItrMohltluHm uf Itrmtirrt, better chances for his promotion. Un- Governor Blackburn, 13 crying aloud br 22,000. CoLUMUUS, O, Oit. 11th. little box of wedding eato tied with a At Repub 8. Grant.-N- ew York Sun, I.IMOLN County Coi'iiT or Claii, Mluiiiliil AlKioiiinioiliitluiiai popular aud unfit, the Democrats fur a change iu our Constitution, so lican liead'iuartcn I wllifri. iMiWIe auitioo, clal telegrams liar October Term, Oct. Till, 18S0. j The Riihlh Cincinnati Industrial Kx- - while ribbon, end a bouquet. Governor Ctsiiimursjlnl liavo paid the penally fur nominating as to take tho power from the Governor been received from the Chairmen of Com- position closed laat Saturday, with a aur- - Cautrill gave as a present to each of the The Cummiltee appointed to draft re.o-loI'ltlDAV, 0CT01IKU S2If 18S0. Tmvulura. him. The chic is different when we aud put iu the hands of a Commission, mittees in all but c!cht counties of Ohio, plua of $5,000 In lis Ticasury and It ex bridesmaid a bouquet of natural rare lotion, on the death of R. II I locker, IJ-Al uiy mlJrruw Hieuy IVlnl KbuuMUuw, uq come to the National race. Mr. Kng-glii- as It is in Pennsylvania, aud other ahowiug complete returns on Secretary of penara all paid, besidea a donation to the buds. The diesking of both ladle and presented their report, which being read Boekoeo Trouaforrod froo of Cbusjo. lx l:ir, all luy (State and Supieme Jud-e- . The waa adopted by u unanimous rot of the Horses, According to Art Museum of $!3,0O0. The attendance gentlemen was remarkably elegant. notwithstanding the lies and States. Wo arise to second tho mo Cattle. Farm Utensils, House the rcturua from these eighty counties on was about 300,000 peraoDS, a falling off of bride wore a heavy white gro grain silk, Court and ordered to be recorded with tha ana JUtciien Furniture, &c calumny heaped upou his head by the tion, especially since it may, aud, for trimmed in two deep limine of seed pearl order of this term, bald report Is In Ihe the rote for Secretary ofStale the Republiaa compared with laat year. Itepublican press, commands the that matter, has fallen into the hands can galna are 7,903 and the Democratic about 120,000 accident occurred In 1 TtrruitatlbaajW. II wal.t embroidered with lundauf ailk following wurds: A terrible ills. and confidence of the people of an imbecile. The pardoning pow-e- gains are 5,057. The net Republican gain burg Saturday night The Court being informed of the death oil Ihe I'enusvlvanla embroidery and seed pearls; sleerea made Ou unit day, I will rtnl M Arrraftflha Uri. on as used by Kentucky' Governor, over Foster's plurality of 17,129 last fear Railroad, Wall's accommodation, of tho entire State, and wo believe of tame; prail jewelry; veil on the 26lh day uf September, 1880, of our W llUll 11 1 Itisulttll liiiiar llat liirlii IIiij lliaa t,1Ilua I which ofnet-woiAWul MiurHttuHulururHi tba Imlaitiw iilagrasM eleven, col- fastened with diamond anchor. The brides- UMoclate ujKjn the County Court Bench, I'tawtoWu KlTtit In a isjw ilafyaafii-- lltul that when the test conns tho people has done more lhau any uuo lliiug to it 2,248, The net Itepublican gain on Ku- - left the Union Deiot half-paAlLiAD it 4IMMI?f Justice It. K. Hoiker, be it preuie JuJge la 4,4 K No figures have been lided with a special train froui Gretna- - maid all wore l'erslan Mulls, each differwill not lioitate to chooto between an increaio crime iu tho State. STANFORD. KY. emreceived showing the majorities given for burg at Twentieth street, where the riots ently made, and trimmed in Swl HmJml, 1st, That Ju.llce R. K. Mocker, honest man, against whom nuthlng The Prohibitionists, that is eighty t i... viioiigui. ii ianowii ... occurred a few years ago. lloth trains broidery, Valencia and Languedoc, Jew- a a man waa uniformly courteoua, obllg.l jj i. IU vuiigrriutu, uui venal can lie chargtd, nnd ono whom of them, met iu Louisville the other make the Committee feel sure the Repub- were filled with paswnger, especially elry, dlsinond and warl. Our lug and gentlemanly, and that a an olli-c- r Tropr. E. II. BUIWSIDE, President Hayes and John Sherman day, aud furnished u with the autumn of hi eoursa uwri lh bench wa marked put out u regular electoral lican have elected fifteen out of the twen Wall's, which contained several inarching kicked out of the Custom House lu Club which iarlicipated In Ihe Democrat- all the ladles, but space and Ihe lateness of by a high order of Intelligence, judicial ticket for this Slate. Jt F. Story, a ty Congressmen. (X-- r. IsIiiamai-olis- , 1 llh. Republican ic ilriiiunalratli.il. Tweuly-tlv- a New York fur the corrupt managerona Ihe hour prevent Ihetr publioatlun lit). fairness and oar for the intere! of the youth to fame unknown in this section This Old and Woll Known have the Iagl.lature on joint ballot, Ihe were killed, arid between forty and fifty The newly matried pair left on the 10 (luuuty and Slate. Wo have confidence ment thereof. was made Elector fir this Di.ttut.nnd txnate being a tie and tha House 51 lo 4(1. were wounded. 2nd, Ilia death Inspire us with genuine ami Hie Ilotol still Maintains its otloCK nam lor uiaiiaiiesig in Mr. English aud the good seiife of U. S. Cheis is ono of tho Electors at The Greenback rote la very light, l'urler' High ltoputation, In Ihe Ctimlnal Coutl at Ihl place Kiutli. (lor. Illaekburii threw aftrr them aud unuflrcled regret and sorrow 64 & 66 W. SECOND ST. the people of Indiana, aud do not be- large The party will have a good, majority will reach probably to 7,0uU The brldi-- ' 3rd, A a mark of our ewtieui, and a a Thomas Keaell wa tried and found guilty the lti Hilary old shoe. lieve fur an instant that the creation CINCINNATI. WnrtLiNu, W. Va., Oct. 14th. Demo of the chargsof earning concealed weap- travelling die waa a handkerchief suit of Irlbule tu the memory of our deceased inlet time all tu ittelf, but it wout l'orolun and Domoatlo drlod nnd Its Proprietor is Determined that oi Conkliug, and his partner, the no- have much fun, unless w direct the Clerk of Ihl Uourl it follows the crat claim the Slat by 25,000, which I ons, The jury placed hi punishment at brume camel' hair, and plu.li hat to canned Frulu nnd VegoUble. it Shall be Second to no Country Impris- match. statesman, will receive 7,000 more than Tilden received In 1870. thirty dollars fin arid thiily day lu sted at largo these lenolulioiia torious W-'-U example of Mr. Cliavis, who occasionCanned, drlod and ault FUb. Hotel in the State in its Fare, of thi Court, and request the iMilef their Indorsement on the 'M of No- ally indulges iu numerous "drups of Notwlthttandlng the fact that the Republi onment at hard labor. On Tueaday la.t Appointments, or Atteniwtiir.iHii.i:. Iloltle, Bauco, Olio and Condi-cieoMm to tvnver a cjupy to the family it do- cans and Gretnbaikera united on many our aoflbrailed Governor remitted on vember. tion to Comfort of Soup atutta, Daklna Jit. IVi'iimi. their Guests. iciaaod, aud furnl.li a copy lo lb ImteiiI. candidates for the legislature In diflerrnt half Ihe fine and one-hathe lime of Imin tho crathur. Wo havo never put iiiuoh trust Towdoro, ground &YvhoIo8plca. 'IbomjiHiii'st Thomi- - H JuuuNAI. fur publication. Tliouiauui'! part ol the State, yet tha DeuiocraU will prisonment. Sewtll may be a fit subject Toilet and Laundrr iioap. Ohio going Dimocrallc, lor that is Wur Yiiiiiima, the creature of have nearly a tao. thirds majority In both for executive clemency, but he eland In. sou' I j. r. 1 1 wins. 8oed, Jvllloo, Praiervrn, !' UK'Utlally a Republican State; but tho Republican parly, continues to go Go to F. U 'I hompson' If you want M, H. I'fcrTuat, I.IKi.s a III . ftai.j.S I. aS tnia. Ia . branches. dieted In the Madiaou Circuit Court fur Orocorlo. und Orocor' riiDditsv. pp.ri.i rrwp.aaii..a did not expect their majority to back ou its parents. The Democratic i. wo A Iruatopy uf the record. Cikoimnati,0.,OiT. ltlli. llutterworlh's murder, and only a fees week since wa good bargain. UI.Mlutlrl.lliai.lfr.. Ik. bar Hill k. Mock llliiili'fWii in I't I alaajs s.aah.4 ollh Ik. rk.lr.kl be to tuuch Increased, The thing majority there Is said to be 25,000, (Rep.) tuajoritr forCongreM la 1,302 and artesled for shooti rig at a negro. Allrsli J. Blain, Cl'k. Rich-- 1 Headquarter for general uinchaudUi llgara. ir.o.ii.iv.raaIt .ll.rkr.Aa send rnn our "GRocf fy .vt I, nn 'In County Cuurt, . looks, a )ills) tail In fret. wo could with 1 1 bark rsmnttea fo bear from. Jack Adams A rW. .attlU.t I niniul 1tefrlfr YmirV l.'Si: aTIic inferior Journal. KY. VKItV AD And Growing Worse AT VRIGKS. mmi Ilcaiing' Stoves, Cooking Stoves, Grates, Coal Vases, Hods, Tongs, Kk, Etc. Twfl It hit W3S33STER "W.C3r.03NrS, TjSS. HS J 3 1 4s5S .; rf or aita:iimi:at. lhir f ?. rt tr 'r WKAItKlV. SEVERANCE & D Wo will bo found during 1SS0 at tho sumo old stand, better prepared than over to furnish our patrons with all kinds of kixu Dry Goods, Notions, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Carpets, &c. At Lowest Prices. bj' merit, greater fair of ly SOI WHOLESALE tt I T IDiESfy GOODS, .S. Jtt Woolens, Notions and Hosiory, I, t; ST. ASAPIE HOTEL, Commercial Hotel, J. T. HARRIS. FARE, 32.00 PERDAY. nr !; It010, MYERS HOTEL, m YHa J.T.WARREN&GO. bk un .... f.! (llil 't li, sNVOkaakMoi t, eJohnri.il. .'.l.nU and inllinan- - i r i nlii I, i,i . ,ril, a (irdh i Hi1 imp. n ljtight of Ah'.rJ prummeni ir I , f.il mendier r ,,i,t or The 1 i I'M llrrl. t STO.MM.OOM F0H IlLNT i.vile'a llil. week belt foe ntllragw ill, nnealled fir and re- - Dai ley ami McKlnney 40 acre .f land, only half expresses the feeling 'hat wc liegin next Mnndnv with i mnr larger an4 i1uraei letter In half a mile Weal of McKlnney Station, at shall all etperlrnre when she leive m. d"kel than unal A itnlrsbts nirs rVoom la Ih f ('. Om)t, on lenlkrw prevariillnn eM Tim II ,' SI J. bflMenjr t (aaaafMhMfXHcrlroidef l. tl IkUwttk. Tin haw. IrtneKlrr Irri'i, Inaa been KU hf hmi to $15 f lo rah One nlghl la wjek, same soaundrf I fH Wp ss-- l r dullBUM Sllh Inll M anfrwfit. - , reirirrai sh Ha hern as a ngri nnnn a well msaleea ' hr'. an4 aer ll a rail amt lawk la III MttlrftM We had tin cart IrrVrlh horse lal hill There are twelve ymimr ladle now piillj.l the rope ersrt nl the puller on our ffclliMI Jtvdfte J. M. riilllpa i..iXi,Hnnn .!. mni: IIA-lItllearl IIAIIllMIAMaltA.il. K In atallssg .a bind' aile In Madlsnn. trichlns; within a rfrrwll of twenty-Ir- e Hag pole, and the hoy ny that If they ever October 15,1 880. PrWay MornlnR, Msltftrt-i-l with mK. ie have IMnal iia thla mr Wr iiRAn a gmit tnnne rnmtitfHnta John M Hall latmaht in itnrVe. Maj. J. D. Ilarrl waa pnrrhaser lrtlrl esf mile from here, all eif whom received Ihrlr flml him oui, Iher will nm'outilrdly drag aretl II All II. Jrfin rvh. almnl the Maratral Mntaltfrnllngt hhlnaa nanvnty Irfwd rattle at !J rents. Tmai Mr. J W. mib, II. IT. MMF lt- seller, having bought of Jnei C. Anderson, training from Tarrant College, ami Many Ihe river with him F0II SALE l'MVATKLY. .or if, MtTiriii. iMHHn r Manlar, J. r II. m, Allrn lieaatev. neMand Mime aay that Ifheitoea notiUWt- Jelm Isnayin aoM I Tine Cook, (1 ent- llie "Illylhewooil Farm of 710 acrea far of them wemM never have been aent off le On Ihe 7th, our Oonnty Cletk, T. W. I'. IV. nneii, KinlofJ, J. F' Vewln, J. '. ler a lltlnn will lie aenl to lire Trivatem ile BTrrectne; lDO 11 at eenla. $lsVm. Since then MsJ. Harris ha bought school. Mrs. Tarrant ha a large class of Wash, Issued license far the marriage of 130 ACRES EXCELLENT LAND (In to Carsnn A Dwlil fur Iresli AnwtiM, I. M ItMk.aml Mra. MlnUlh rirmta, aaklng bin removal. Wm. K. McCall bought ef A. Ik Owen JlK) rrr of .Mat. Todd for $H,fti0. boya In the Sunday School, and ahe ia Llman Hall to Sarah J. Singleton, both nf I'lHimrrj of every a I ml wanted ky liar-r- l f Ol. . M. Itaedatl, Ml Verwioi W. U Klrllej, rkll -lfBasg istaavir-fib .it. eaeat.taM.1- .! sas.1l iiinnrivi I.e.. iu.-- n llaraanah, le. Thawta Wmlall, ItrtMlliaail) Mra. A Niinncilay. A NAiiiiowfli'Anr: It, lU- -Ia Chaplain and Lodge Deputy in the order of llilswnnly talked erf lira hmxe ami lot In McKlnney far $160. On Ihe llth, fer the mar attlnn th rMinrffl A ftbclbv (llffrlkf, i twt. Kaewla rarrlar dr Tn llini, Willi from a point near Klng'a I.IMIH.X tOV,TY. T J. Fester weighed to Frank Harris, (food Templars. Indeed she will I mass- rlageof W. D. Wheeler lo MIm Mary L from Man fort All In (tim. f ptrrttfM hmp hn t OiKTiloiVAHDnlirfii sllns vfnleJ ly Mminlatn,on the SIMM lnln TerrllMf ; J lUlWk halloil, ltlntal J. C. H. ). It, lo Liberty. Swell mad wmiM tllle wrek, SI head of 1,081 Ih. rattle at 4e. Jfllt.X nill(lllT,8ianfrr' Harrle A Ntinrlly. ed. We cengraliilale Dr. flonld and hi Andersen, all of Caey. M. MaitrH, NilooilM, Traa i J. T. r.tirnlfr, .Wees'. I Nlcei lot of pure l'lirsii Gsli anJ eij ilera reerliisl dillf by Pallto, Tnn A A. ItaMla, llalh Hani I. M. develop a very fine grain ami Ismlieraeo-linn- , school, and heartily wlh for Mr. Tarrant Itntllah llerkihlres, Lat 5lng, Wm ami Jaa. CofTey, of Mr J. W. Harlan has completed lit Hurt!" A Neinnelley. ! Vimamt, yiMWhmtg. and be a paying Inattention from I lie both rexea, for ealehy J.S. Owsley, Stanford. lautlfttl residence, and now kreidne wore sunshine than baa been her lot. May Ilussell, were In thla county and fired nn Try THofAKi iionm' a ruin arrlel Ihe shadows that hare darkened her life our Deputy Sheriff while Ire waa acting In Ore. W. Alfoeil aetkl le LemrilAMax-wel- l house. AuHmtri-Tayfo- r Hart. Wt with In Mil frltitfly itn liy llarrl, JJ,riewley. I.W.il. JIATTIUIS. with tVtrtor mni.). an.) n tl. Ant'man-Tarlsfunw ItalrtVtly nlee mulesBltlM. Mr. A. T. Hutching bad fine geld sinew her residence In Kentucky be the laat hi official capacity, ferwhleh Ihey were lMttintl all Sai hot Town I'noVBRTT Mr.W.CrjIg lVl.I. treses: nf ttliktovr 1., putty, A, A iiratt rain feil yealrrday evening. M. Strain (anight Kiifln ThThrrber M Fnclf ar al yralcraay of The. ing lo die a few daya ago front the efleeta that she may lie called on Inexperience.... Indteleil fer sltootlng with Intent lo kill. A Xtep'. I Me I haalmtght nl Mr. J. N. Davie the two Willi-!monintw art.) in no.l mUr. them tery Mall OcorgieSeelt I growing a rapidly aa If In William, ihe elder of Ihe Iwu, wa atrestrd rttrap. Call n or ivI.lrrM eatlle at 31 ef a drive last Sunday. I.i Mr, CntiKiT Ann Salt eswtanlly on IhlilH. Tn the wife of Jokii (I I.rnn, liainlwrne hwuaeai lately erccteil ky him, on rents. Ifl Iread of or-iJ.N.A it, w. norm-it-, liatul at 0rslev A IIIeiH"'. A yminc lady of thl burg drrwnl and in the far West with hi father, and Johnnie one day lot week at Oamplieltavlllr, Wlnfleld. Plan font. Ky uper Main elrrel, tor $1,090. At the rale II. U Martin Imigkt ef M. H. Onral such a hurry to see her beaux the other thinks the world ami all of hi little baby lodged in jail here to await hi trial In Dr- rmitssifts: KwTsitr!ta! Anorfs- - Mfc. tia'slksylat liWea lierrs ln vatll una ear.load of mule al SttJX. DI Wway right 4hl h mt her silk skirl nn wrong brother. ranlnl i iwsamit x rumj. cemlier, eoon own the tawn. llen will iiict t here neit Wednenhy. Krix.lneV irfHrtwol ale a CIIiwt. Uell!rjrjMf'f, (leo. A. Prewlll ami V. W. Napier reside out, Wlju'it. refariUat JlrHobrtU -- W. M. A M. D. lekty sold to DavI I Tiin nrAt-THern, last week, to Ihe wife of Tncle' turned from Cincinnati of oriotIn la thtjwn ia Mr. (1. It, l'opr, SHpL of the lVovl ! ilatr t aIt 1l. tinier Firm, near Morrtand last Thursday I.ArrCiIAxrr. (let Inrgaln liefore it the lltitaH A N'ltMKrM.nr kIII ivar lie Davy Weaver, a fine girl. Station, U Droit. Vn.t Kr. rontalnln WV Arrra, fart that In Danville, where there are A. Frewltt 40 head of I.IHS.pound rattle denre Sundar-ScLoo- l, resigned lat Sun .Mis jtmnta Perkins, one niour most ac-- wllb eoutbrUUdelIia,7'stl t In lime lo aow your wheat, la n lale. W Utf hlta. ami Mikea. rowli pf" '' opx.eing llnea of telegraph, the Aaaneiatnl at IS.40 L.O. (looch, large lot o.' ciinplbihcd ami iopnlar young ladies, la two large barn, fine imwIt rnfirnl, ! day. Two of the best leaf her In the Ism.,., Ntate ami etli line I!n Alfcrd'a amall farm. Iter )"ir ronl orfharla; plenty of wa!n ff nrlnff In fil re Ireaa Irlegrama were ilipl.iycd on bulletin Itlder Joe Mentgamery sold tn Mra. School resigned also, liccaiiso some of the whky barrel alave for sale. the guet of Mr. Lues, of Hutonvitlr pair. cheap, not. J er arliim! aiti'hllM nf llirnaiilt A IVnnv. I'Mumc-Mr- a. John WlcVeraham, of boarila free of charge. wrtl W. 11. (looch, Sr , haa a picture gal- V. C. Here, where there Yomm (Ml acre of land, near McKlnney, member were thla Whlpp ha returned from Osenrlioro dollS-- lo look at W. plar. of all aits atnl glass opmed tn having ft Melh. Wlxixiw !l. . A. 'AIIPr.TFH, IhUionnly, gave birlli to her jcrrnticnlh I no opposition, we had to pay for them, fer UM. ilmible iliieknerr Iwwrr pit at lln- tio arpehter, ilrrJ ndtl and a Ueforni leaeher In Ihe School. lery for lasale, cheap. Hi only reason fur ml look very natural at hi old aland child tkk week a boy of 12 lie. weight. and HUrally al that H. II. llnirs liotight at Tlmma selling that hi artist has deserted him. Mlsa Urtlle Flinagnn, It A IV mijV llobin They ssld It wa not Ilaptlstleal. of Ilolllng Fork, ia Some chicken thief entered Mrs. Fllaa with friend son IdO lOOIUerruh wethrrs al $IS0 and ), Oil, Varnl.lie, I'llNTi. Wl.llr Valuable Lands and Town Any one wishing to engage In Ihe disIn Ikiyle county. WRran whip the man who aaya that we "JrT tub I'nrTTirjir." That waa the U'lixliw (llaaa, ! Imttimi tlrt" al Ctirn-auhen-roper head. last Saturday nlghl, tilling business will find It In their Inlere.l Uor ten's Some time ego, Iluck Merrill and Jno. arre ihI Joking whrn we penmtl the laal ciprrealon we heard aomeyemng ladiea nc ft A 1'enny'. Lots for Sale ! Ilrat Nalloml II ink rHnck of Uxln-Ion- , In call on C. 11. F.ngleman, at thla plarr. and carried cfl some of her rhotce loullrr. Itobinson were nrraigned liefore entrnre of llie local In lal week'a lue, aa Iher paacd out nf llayden Ilmlhcra' Squire Wr. KHAiuNTrn iHir sohl ltd wrek, 12 share at $122 and Some parties in que! of "Nan. Hiaw" King He will rent hi distillery for one or more fur hrrarli of the irace and fined $20 I'alnl In iiisllly ami iliiraWlllj. Mis headed "Court nf Claim.." alore after etamlnlng Ihow new alyl a ForM. trnal!SI,V. ?r UnlirrU A 8ta. year, or will sell Ida diatillery .lppiratu went to Ihe hou.enf Ilea Sweeny last each, but filled In pay up. Uncle Jesse Arrrn, onprtfaUljr.HQtll Jan lit, a Kami Ufo 30 and cloak. Ami an they are. The n't Hranrh, ijlnlntt r. (VniiiTYCi.AHia. -- County Attorney, V. Hair A Nunnelley lughl of J. M. nn rraonablo Sunday nlghl, and abused Mr. Sweeney D. Merrill, the Constable In the 2.1 Dis- Mrttotirria. HaItok all urnler frnroand liaa a am ill la I'lHMiMmr. Tnilet Soai-- . Hair. Xall lerm. It la one of Ihe ladle were right. The fact l no prettier, hnuwton It. The land la In rnnl cshii) It Inn Altai considerably Invauie he could nnl tell llriis'ic-- , ami Intlet articlr of II. .Miller aaya he haa added up the county Maxaetl, 37ft hrid nf metintvln sheep at lomtittc for the huine in the State. ml Toilli trict, started with Ihctn In jail, but before the old Undaar piephenaoa Kartn-- t IH?1 Arrr better, cheairr, nr more alyllah gwula ran all siml al Oliei.aiill . rrfiny's. elalNM ami find that they amount lof7.0I. them where she was. $2 A0 per lUrcr.ln iMtf. I Mis Mollie Ihirdett, of Iinritcr, reaching lown, l.obinson got loose and ran on Mfhouae on It.fincaUl of tultifallou. aJJrlnlnu found In any city. They are alt the A lao, ftO Arrfn Irlfk Iryem ant In vMir mw eaam-tnel'i- e ahlrfi he aaya la Ic-- a than $100 more than Don't forget ihe Siblrilh-Schnn- l A dog went inlet a Innk at lkirdtown Asso off. Iluck waa safety lodged In jail, and lb ritsopwllouw fan, ilia a honrce and Hoc orrb- spent a few da with Mrs. IE. II. Itire thl on art thfrTfnn. Alan, a rage thla year, ami are aa cheap now a esniplexe' wall ifec at rinaK laat year. on 3 ciation at lire Lick next Saturday and Sunday last Hnbinsoii was ami atlcmpteil to rOBie wltli a money week llouf anilIloi'-- e a tt9 Mes. Atkins and McCloskey, nf rr captfrnl and tJlanfortSlreetlnCrahUrrhard. they will be later on In the aeaaon, The A I'enn'a. Tliey at IsmiiiI'hI ami etMi. Sahballi-Sehooatnl other Impravemenla waa yi.it-n- l also brought to pnekege of $.V). l art rood, and another ri.AKKIIJI AXD YaHX. Meaa. II. Mat- - lock ia full now; go there and get one. Virginia, were here this week selllrj D. C. Sunday. Halifax jail. l J. II. AS. II.HiMXKahave nl rrreitnl llnime-ntKI Aerea In (.Tab Orchard again last Sunday by Walnul drove y A lot ef mule rslla anld In thla OaleV improvement for cleaning and loll-In- i; Call nn tr new lot f TMzltt Urea.' SIhxw, am) aUo llngly A Several evening ago, Henry Smith at- - ler lo Mil. tint will rent If I ean nnl hare all colore and iiiialillra adJreM W, T. h rM'III.St, larjre lot of Kssle rn ami Cincinnati Krnt'CE up, young man eprmre up ! The wrek at $3.1 to$l"i, though but few reachof flannela and yarnt at wholraale and cloth...... Mr. S. J. Newsomc, of Ore- School, and a most delightful entertain' templed to elope with Mis Pa in ilia Uoyal, Crab Orchard, Ky work. gon, Is In this vicinity looking after Jack menl wa given. You ran get Juat what you want by aeaaon for evening calle ia at hand, ami the ed the latter figures. but the same evening Wm. Yaughan, of Wr. Iiave beautiful line of the latest M. II. Singleton, of the Ml, Xenla Ssni Haydcn bought for Sam F.Mar itnck with a view lo ladiea will Ktutlnlte you from brad to d calling en them. Taylor county, expected to elope with the buying a of attlranf Jewelry very cheap. Call ami neighborhood, visited relative here last tin, nf Nicholas, 20 mare mule colt, at an good one to ahlp Weat, foot. Woe In the luekleaa chap same young lady. The young men with mil 1Tm 4nckaaiiig rlwwhece. Jle. Trnr. l!or We were ahnwn the other lecla hia toilet on pueli occaainna, who neg average price of $81. week Mrs. Mollie Mitchell returned on I'rrhap lUtwrta A Hlacf. their awManla ml at the residence of the day a tube rore atrm on which there were Monday from a visit tn 1'arkaville John O. Crouch, nf Montgomery, sold II. young lady'a mother, and aa both were on iioiirJffe, K tok of Lamp Ihirnrra ami tT. I ni31 full blown roaea, It waa railed by Mra. J. WlnlrrA Co., the fametia tallora and laat week to a Pendleton county man, M I am plunnl Into writing by the fact J. Coffey I In Shelby Cllr thia week fllasa la now ernlcte, ne? ami Wiinlo clothier, corner nf Third ami Market et., the same busincs, some trouble arose, and South SIdo Main Street, First Door that you don't seem to notice my remiss rrank .Martin I setting up a shoe-sho- p ml will Ik sold at t lie hwot market llebcrt McAlialer, and that la the third tiouieville, Kyran be of aervlee to you scrub ewes al $ I each. Bolow St. Asaph Hotel, at the boys were started from the premises by time it had bloomed (hie year prices. Meluilrta A Htagf Stafford. vllle tli'.s wrek. (lossell A Jasper, of Caey county, ness. in thla dilemma, with their Btrlieh 'lock the apiearancc of the old lady. Neither ltustonville la solid for Hancock and Aimrn DoNtiu ran be founl at all Cheat Kxccimio. Neit Monday you of overcoata and aulta, or lake four hiena- - shipped from Ihi point thla week 12,000 C. O. Moore bought of John Canon 1 NT.IM'OKD, Iti:.MICKY, times al ki barber aliop In the M. Asaph Fnglish; hence their election la no longer cow at $20; of J. It. Williams 1 heifer at of them got the girl. Hotel bullJInj, whr re you ran gat aa Wean can go from Stanford lo IOulavllle and re- ure for a etilt eelccted from goula in their pound of dried apples. Keep a!wa7B oa hand a full surrlf of $10.50; of Isaac Camden 2 heifers for $31; John M. Mcltoberts, of tide county, doubtful. aliare ami Lave four hair aa Bmeellilr ml turn fer $I3f. tickelt good en rrgular Merchant Tailor Department, which takra 5 FIT AMTRTlSEaMTS. Wm. Fox McKinner baa left m for of a at any shop in the country. Hubbard 1 heifer at $11; ofM.C. morning train ami until the -- lat,tncliialvr. in the entire second lloor of their eaten haa rented the farm of Jo'hut Dunn, near a residence In Stanford. I'ecelve him kind Keynolda 2 heifer lttuovr.1). We date removed oar Hock The 1 A N. la alowly waking up. for $29 and 1 cow at Stnplo & Fnncy Groceries, aire building. In either ca.r, aatiefacthin Ilryantarille, at $.160 per acre. of gootla to the store-bous-e, reccntlr decu$18 W. ILOooch, Srsold to Hunley J. Ii Farria ahipped to Cincinnati this ly, you will find h!n a good citizen. la guaranteed. He sure to follow our adpled by (lew. II llruce A Co., where we The thanka of your correspondent are (looch 1 cow at 125 Oxroid Democrat who haa never given vice ami go there. J. 8. Horton sold rektt cattle and 170 ahrep, which he AND PROVISIONS. ak our friends la nil. New Kill rood In tendered to the many frienda who adroca. to John Horton, Jr., 1 milk cow for $20 hail been gracing for some lime. endlrM variety Ja.t vrceived. J. Tl. A S. up hie confidence in Tllden and AUO, ted hi cause with the inexorable magi eaid yerlerday . "II the old ticket had been Jl.tlllllAIIHs. W. S. (looch pasted up the road TursII. M.inl.. The lloltzliouaer farm, 3 miles from I rates. day en route to the Illue (lra region with A nominated, mallera would not have been Atibntiov, IixiriM!-MclU- Ufl Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Staple Dry Iitucro.v. Vosx. Yeaterdiy at Mr. llardrtown, containing 275 acre, haa been McKINNEY, KY. rilaeg hire the larger ami meat reo)if time Ur. Jul Alcorn visits New lork next a drove of cattle fur grating. o!nlipg to the election return. sold at $22 er acre, says the Aran. Adam I'etrey'a .Mr. Albert O. KIIMon to Goods, Notions, Gents Ready-madlock ofahet guna, jtame-baahtlob-r- , A woman hailing from Tennessee, giv- I harejiist gotten lo a Large and ejplendiil New W. II IVenllt ablpjicJ from Crab week, ostensibly for the purpoe of pursuItAILttOAtM. There are 23 SO nillea of Mia Motile Agnea Yonn. uwilr flu!.", New York drop ami chill-e- u Clothing, Pocket and Table Cuttlotkur Orchard Wednesday 2 car loads of 1,190 lb. ing farther the study of diseases of Ihe eye ing her name aa Nan. Shaw, and one of list, all at bottom .rkea. Call and ex- Cincinnati Southern IS. U. in Unceln MAictitL Hu.xT On the ISlli, Mr. and ear; really for "the fun of the thing," the moat degraded prostitutes that ever GEM'KAI lery, Qneens- - and Glassware, .m:UCIIAM)INI amine Ufutc wif liaalng eb where. eounly, which, with ila depola and other Andrew J. Manuel lu Miaa I'uilly I!elle eatlle bought of O. W, Evana at 4 cent. we aurpect. who prswrty, are visited and disgraced any community, has That I bought for Ch and I Intend tosellontha Tobacco and Cigars of all Notkk Tti THirMtn. Tl CriiAu. I'.mtsanii 1,200-i.Steers. aaru tcruia at tba a.fed at $flS7,S270. Alto Hunt, at the residence of tbe brida'a moth If you ruake It euilom lo ride into our flrMa The trade . In peanuts, the livery been sheltering in thia vicinity for a few ant Cedar I'oata or Feeders, call kinds, Powder, Shot, gether theie are 51 milea of railroad In the er in thla county. for hlekorr nHU arcl who torn Ihtcr Ixir-c- a ! business and standing collars have gone daya. We are Possible Cook Lowest on our graa, are herehr warned that if re- county. The marriage of Mlta Mollie, dau; li- nn or address: Joseph Dillon, Stanford, down alnce the girls all left; the beaux Suddelh'e laat Informed of a row at YAKXN, Ky. 2t Sunday morning, between Thoss wbo bur of o will get barcslnfl, and Nrvn'l COTTON a iVOOM-pealed, the law will tie enforced agtlntt CM F. M. WABE. Klasmcii fiuiT. Jameii M. Clark, pro ter of Dr Caperton, of the II Vaaana j7mruV, Judge F W. Ilrewu aold to Mr. Flor having returned to marbles, Icap.fro; and some niggers and white men, In which pit-to- jou forget It.'' them lo the fulleol eitrat Tin- - anil Woodenvrarr , Merelaml A to .Mr. O. U. Craigl ead la to be aolemntzed prietor of the large aaw mill at Norwood, Sandhlge. St. ence 8 acrea of land nn Hanging Fork other juvenile recreation. were drawn and fired, but no blood Anil msnr oilier aseful srtlrles Loo tedious to menin l'uta.U, hai aued Kid. Kll.l.a Dungin, in the Ilapllat church, 4th and Walnut rear the Iluatenville Turnpike TirKKU, the niteri-rle-InHave you In Stanford lost your alma- wa shed. The difficulty arose from the Mix tion, sll of which I oftVr lo sell si tba at $.17.50 ISo.vIc Street, !ouievlllc, next Monday evening. pec ere. Jealera In Kathllrrr and HarneM, flan. for liO.000 damage for alleged alander. nac T A gentleman from your region waa parties' sociability with this vile adulter-es,wh- o Tllle, br frwjHent a.Uitioin have now the The auit waa brought In the I'. S.Cbuit at Jeaae Ilrealey, a youth of 30, abducted here on Sunday Inspecting a farm with a I scorned by all decent humanity, Writing from Ida new home In the lartrntand moat eoniprthrn'We atoek Covington. Minnie Newman, jn l child, and I suppose he argura I will take Country Produce In exchange for Koodi county, Texaa Mr. J. Y. Carienter view lo purchasing. $3291 Hancock and Knglish in the of i.intIa In thWr line crer offered in thla look her toTtnneaee and married her, reat market prlcei. rcllon. They keep nothing but (nttbit aaya: "We have fine crops of corn and that the Christian Sabbath passed away lead I Last Saturday Uncle Jrrry MaxIltiuara I.rsTHD. Mr. J. C. Davia haa 1 dbt uru imoreioe puouc, ailing;, rrreiiiui turning In live in Logan Co., Ky. Her fagiHidn, ami tlioae who patniniie them ran rented ef W. Cralr, and batowinc tarora, lur 14 jeaia, and In all I hew contemporaneously with "the daya of well passed through loan wldi about 200 Iho houae now cotton, priors of latter 9 to 10 cents " yeara of lahc-r- , none bare Ireen more prueprouaand do ao wilh the auranre llrtl iher will gel ther, who Uvea in Muhlenbur county, got SA-XjOWell, we wont go into a discussion aheep, for which Ihey paid an average of pleaiant, all thlDf conaidered, than Die past, 1 A lumberman named Wllllama ia at eccnietl by Dr. It. C. Morgan for $100 r ror lite leaai money. Uall on Ihroi the t therefore, I have good tauae to eisnie Irefore niy out a wrllol A4etM twpue for llie child, and Chattanooga contracting for $1.75. The most noticeable feature about when you go to Danville anJ aave money. year ami Jaa. II. McKlnney, of McKlnney the ehipment of either iiucstion. rone and thank tbem, one and ell. great and wall. the other day the SherilTaticcccded In re- of While I haTererelfed their money In Jarre and Notice ia hereby given that "L'ncle the drove was the nnraca of Hancock and Station haa tented the Wearen property at one million feet of oak and Bali lumber, To WiaTCRN rwidiiANTa.-IUTincW- cn email quantitlee, I feel that none hare fit en an turning her to him, though ahe WR WILIaHtLI. AT VEUV to more thoroughly than inyaeff. After I'pointnl (Ikniekai. Kmiokatiox AiirjiT the aa roe figure. purchased near that city for the lloston Sjiced" will make early application to have FnglMi nicely painted In glaring letters th I'artu I ring In Iluyle county, UllV I'lUURF. on tho Turnpike thanka to my many frienda and palrooi for remain with her huaband. She ia verr market. t Cincinnati for the VANDAMA UN!', the name of Ida son "Squire" changed. The UK)n each side of the leader. We heard lUwdfroaiUnt-aatertI'anrllle, oq which 8. W. liberal patronage, 1 hone lor a continuant ftthlr tbe Aru.viTTr.ri. .Mr. C. .Monday, who waa mall fur her age and ahowe not the lead MUkr now rcsIJu, rooUtnliy for the ftatra of MixmrKI, TriAa, awe; and by fair dealing and low prltre, I feel In the twenty-mil- e race al Iulville reason ia that he himself being now known of the flock different tlmea during the diy, NcnitiaKA, Kama, Coloraho, charged with araon by hia wife, waa before eign of maturity, lleailey failed to put in that we un meet tbe demand of many. between Miaa Jewett, of Minnesota, and aa Squire Peyton, he ia unwilling to stand and the aame Identical aheep waa alwaya In Reapectfully, and the WnrrERM Territo-mix- , the Court, Saturday, but the County AttorM CALironxiA, VI. 11. ELSlOltC an when the writ waa tried and Sponsor for all the youthful vivacities of front forcibly rcmindirg the beholder of ! am fullr nrerrd lo furnl.li, rBtr: he waa unable to find la not likely to raiee a row about hi wife ML 1'inneo, of Colorado, the former won nn anpiieaiion, .Map, Unci circular', giv- ney announced that in forty-fiv- e minutes and eleven seconds, hia lively posterity. At least hia frienda scenes enacted during the late war, when ing titill, Climate, Ac. Iowrat ratea ruaJe anv tratlmony againit him ami he waa being taken from him. have advised this course. using seventeen horses. the man whore name lie bore waa found in Under it (Jood fclale of CultlTatlan Erery Acre on tieaaengera, hoUMhold gooI or ato"k. thereupon diamlaaed. i rouucuTr It ia to be regrcled Ihat the country, front of hi men, cheering them heroically Several paiwri have copied out Item Call on, or ad.lreu, (1KO. A. KNIUIIT. I'DSAwtY. On Sunday aa D. V. Kenflen'l Kml(rallon Agent, N. V Uor. 4th about a gentleman In lljyle raising 60 bu. on last Monday, lost ao favorable an oji- - while in the perilou position Incident to It Has Two Comfortable DweUlng- nedy and wife were driving to Danville, and Vine hlreeta, Cincinnati, Ohio. Vamikvkir. Mrs. Hannah Vande-vee- r, of clover seed to the acre, without seeming portunlty to secure a highly respectable soldier life and warfare. Happily, those Honses. All Necessary Frank Livura SmuAY Mauaiinr for their lioree became frightened and turning It Is not hinted that the success scenes are pased, and we now have the wife of ISichard Vandereer, died at lo doubt the trutli of It. The fifty waa a official. November la one of the moat Inlerealing auddenly around upael the vehicle, throwGood Orchard. AH Well Fenced, and their home in thla county la-- l Silurdar typographical error. It should hare been ful candidate doe not fill the description, noble statesman at the head of the Demo yet iMued, the combination in ila pagea of ing both of them nut but fortunately withbut it might have been wiser in the Court cratic party, which will most assuredly be Is the Best Watered Place in Boyle night aged about Co years. ve. viiUiUioiuviil, edir,vatiwii ami M,truilhn policy, who, led (o victory by him. la aomclhing rare, and withal there ia a out eerioua damage lo either. The buggy Tile St. Louis Jwuiful ( .tyli'cWfura lo have adopted the devil' Ucronn. In Kanaaa, laat AturiUr,of County, vrvadlng religioua and moral aentimenl, waa a wreck. Typhoid Fever, Iletay, youngetl daughter saya: In our humble opinion the sooner having to choose between a lawyer and an will dii-iIt Into two or tnoro tract. IMmI red an thai the publication eepcctally 1". (i.titii.tui) tovxTt: IUmiI'i at Work. A hundred ikhiiu! of Mr. Thomaa lltiford, formerly of thla the farmer pjeta hia K)rk to market the bet- Irishman, took the latter, alleging that he and will all It en long time to rtlra. Iticlfto the family circle. The Anyone detlrlng to luk at aald furm will tall on (lieek Chutrh In hog waa atolen from the back yard of 'piire place. Many of our rradcra will rcmeiu ter prices he will obtain for it. It bringa could get the lawyer at any time. Lttnenmtrr, (Jeu, lDny at Lancaater, or cJ, W. iUIler n the otening article, The Two men, Knapp and Thompson, bad Our Town Hall ia undergoing repairs. I e. elaborately (trata the W. 1!. Caraon'e lot on Wedncaday night her little Iletay a a peculiarly bright and better price now than we fear it will by ltiioii and 71 Bllcl.Ba) lll.llft lnt.ll.ArilI.lf. cctgraphv, hitory, doctrine, pnvernmrnt, and there la yet no clue to the thief. The aweel child and will Borrow writ la the fami and hy. Hush the fattening process to the a speck of war here last Saturday evening. Diphtheria in the form of an epidemic ii of the Ituuian Church. It la fully elt. knapp claimed that Thompson owed him ia very prevalent In this county. Several earae night Mr. Wen. Daughertr had hia ly in their bereavement. utmost. ! Illustrated Among the manr other high-I- f cent. Thompson acknowledged children affected with It are not expected ! Special attention Is called lo the ad forty-fiv- e Intere'iing arllclea are- "The Kiupire hen houee broken into and robbeil of a nr.i.wims. of Ihe Incaat,"hy lloilfirv A. Iliidaan, number ol fine chick ena. In another column odering for the debt, but plead impecunlosity. Knapp to lire. vertisement !! "Marriage In China." "The'Klory oflueen punched him in the face to lighten hi fA few day ago Ja. N. Dennv, of this Tub I.rpublicana here are overjoyeil at (Juarterlr meeting at the Mell.wlit aale a splendid Block farm In Iloyle county. inancial Klher, "Summer Life at Chautauipia A Hotel fer S3. pressure. Thompson retorted by county, aold to Peter (Sentry, of lioyle, 30 l.ake,H etc , etc. The delightful aerial ato-rl- the election rctnrna but none are ao enlhu- - Church and Sumlay. Dr. Hlner It la sell located, being half way between Lnnraler and Danville, and la In every pecking a hole in Knapp' head with a head of fat cattle, weighing about 1,300 11m. "Healer Morgan'a Hnband" ami alaatic aa Judge I.ytle. Ho haa not Ivcn will olliciate. Iloth parties seemed to think at 4 cent. "Maid Marjory," are continued, ami there more than fifteen feet from the bulletin A bargain can be had by brickbat. l.CCl Cash Prizes and 1,410 Property There had Ixrn 22 athlltona lo the way desirable. re eeveral eireltrnt aliort iloriea hy popuKnapp waa dead; but the Doctor decided The farmers give cry favoraldc rrizes imounungto juu.sdu. board for three daya, except once when a church at Shelby City when Mr. llruce applying early. lar aulhora. The mlacellany la unuaually differently. their progress In seeding. There The Fall meeting al Abdaltali l'ark bumlanl, and embracea a variety of ab-jecl- tclchraiii came aaying that Ijmlera wra left laat Mondar. -- There seem to have been a ripple on will be an immense crop of wheat put in Thla Dratalntr will take idaoe. at I.nnllllt. will commence Oct. 19th, reptile with intrrcit. The 128 iiunrto elecle.1 hy 2,000. Then he went and hid We are aekrd to state that lier. J. M. Cynlhlana, Ky., of Ity., Irr.ai IHSU.uittler authority of abje-ilthe surface of society near this place a few this Fall In this county. pagea ate crowdeil with dellghiful reoding liloiaelf till told that it waa a hots. Art ol the Kentucky IsfiilaUture, aud will l llruce will not preach at Ml. Salem next ami continue four daya. Premium to the evening since. matter, and the illuatrailciia, which mini-W- r ,, It I alleged that a quiet The hemp crop in Ihta county i larg- under the aLaolute rotilrol of the fullolnii tllalu- be awarded, and amount of ?o,0 are to Sunday Inetead. lirvaleil (Viuiiilulunerf the Art urer 100, are finely riecutol The ViiNieoN.John II. Jonea ahipied In Sunday, but un the5tli We learn that It jioo. laoiwri uauory, aplutti hr uiuuim vO,i Hat of fine horses entered, gentleman wa Introduced by a friend to a er than for many years. n. . , i Keva. J. M. Urute end W. 1'. Harvey juJging from the price of a alngle ropy of "The Sunday Mr A.S. Myera, Wcdntaday, a large, fat family In which waa a lovely daughter. I not quite so heavy In other portion - H. Mournoy. 1'naldmt ol the Iutllle Car of sizes. Magailne" ia only 'Jtt renla. Hulorrtption Hon. II. 1. Whltukrr, of CurlDijion, will exchange pulpila on the llh Sunday, the rare will be hotly ronteted and excitHenry Clay, Jr., lale ItutMHullog Attorney of per year, $Sj for ail month', $1 60: for deer killed In the mountain! of Tennnwee the latter preaching U. 11. will of- He, In all Innocence, made himself as agree the county aa it ia in thia vicinity. It wilt here at the uiuil ing. The Kentucky Central the lauula-- tile nir Ciurt, aud II. A. WInaton, of able aa poaaible and succeeded ao well that be but a short time until the farmer begin four montha, $1; aent poattuihl. Addrr" ami yeilerday It waererrcd at the My era special rate for the occasion. fer IheUwdnuori. A J. Caldwell & Wluaton, of Krank U.lle'a I'ublidilng IIoue, M Uulivllle. Iieuae in the finret alyle of Ilia culinary hour. -- T. J. PurccM, of Scott county, sold to the young lady rather boasted to frienda of to epread. Also havo in Summor goods : Kev. 8 S. Mclloberla, Clerk ol the and S7 1'ark place. New York. LIST Or PHIZES. art. rerrral frirnda nutaide of the rrgular Stage Line from NiclmUarllle to (lanoJOO head uf hoga, lo be deliv having caught an Interesting beau, and A. The Northern MrlhodM Synod of Kentucky, Ico-Croa- m hoardera were Invites! to enjoy it, and they Froozors, Wa- changed time thla wrek, and TliellltinllflrlillliHlllUle1MMfl October and the learned to her chagrin that he waa marri I'KltsnVAl left yesterday to attend ila meeting in Isli- ered between Ibe 20th of t mil il ro niitl I & III re. I aiiaiWiUUU all remarked willi one accord that what ed. Soon afterward another filend Intro- now arrives here at 5 o'clock In Ihe even- Due liKeltleu?eoiiiirra?iiI Mrwi... ,. ..,..,U,oti 10th of November; 400 head to bo weigh ngton. ..,,. 1S,(00 1mI-vlllOne HcwWcnoe on (Itwii Ktrvet V A. VAVAbaoiLL t atlenJIaai Ik. Mra. Ilurnide don't know about hiving lnt of shipping, at $1 GO, and duced a brother of the above mentioned, ing Instead of 7 o'clock. This Line, under Two IswaU Itlaea, eat li f l.txl... UH..... JQ.UW Kev. Mr. McKlroy will preach at the ed at the );illaa venlmin cooked ia hardly worth knowing. each i.(M0 when Ihe management of Mess. Sagaser A Walk- TwoCaah w.. 4,n) 100 head, lo be weighed in (a single man) at the stine house, Grain - Shovels, -- Maa. Maar A. U AlLan la It. 11 MeaJa 1'roOTterian Church at 11 o'clock Sunday. the iriuaimng a.wu ....... Z&M cmiiii,uw itiar. . Mr. Ilurgrsa took in the young lady, supjioaing from the name er, ia doing well; much better than waa an- rireiui rrlae,ravbaio rielaQ ear HarriMliVaieg Full Up. There haa never been a more There la no lulalake about thlr; he I al Cincinnati, at $3. . B.UU) Pitchforks. &o. UnTlWh l'riwa. raih tlou . . U vMllog Miu loiKlaiCar, it Oira exchange 51 head of l,C00-oun- d cattle at that it waa her former visitor, opened upon ticipated. . S.uui One hundred Cub l'rUs.a,ra.li fvu. complete Block of goode opened In thla ready here. Mr.. M. tl liaoun. 10, UW him In language appropriate to her view Mre hundred UuH Ittaee, each 120. commenced last MonQuarterly Court Islington Fress. In fact, The. Synod of the Southern l'le.hjte-rla- n $4 05. 1,0(0 Ooebetof liar Furulture. w UlaaKAva Hare, orCkabOnbaiJ.lt il.lllng town than that of the Haydena, 601 Auctioneer II. T. I.iuh rciwrt the of the case; while, it ia aald, her father and day. Owing to the absence of Ju Jge Dun- One Fine l'lano the firm, knowing lhal good tlmea had Cliurch ia In rrulon in (ieorgctown. Ml Mania llwiar. stock luo Remember) we keep a flrit-cla- n a bludgeon came urion the scene, and It re- can, Mr. II. M. IlurJett acted aa Social One llandavoiue ttilver Tiu Ket a U a gutal Miaal'oaTBaTKaiii'aiorMrreer, 4iuBoi.eaOidliouruun WhUky, W ll.tou come again, ere determined to lay Ineven Huling Klilcr Wm. M, taikey represents sale of Sam M. Owens aa follows: One SM I- - A.Tflhaoa. of visitor and Judge. There were no matter except of 10 lUaketa lliaiui'tLrue. tU 1 do. $50; quired the best eloquence of Staple and Fancy Groceries, 1 horse $8(150; mare $1S0; ofMn. a larger alock than ever, and they have the Church al thla pla'.f. .. 5.000 ouutath l'rU?e, raik I0 WMM. Da. I'. W. lJKiim liaaawteJ with kU bniilr . IJ.OuU local imiortance before the Court. It ad 100 Ituxea I loo Wloea, ISO atecra $30.20; yearling $27; friend lu unravel Ihe tangled skein. made the vtnture In dry gooda, cloth Sugars, Coffeei, Uolan Fid. J. 8. Sweeney hia lieen re elected C.OUO Couuty hla'aiy la hli brni near Tomrrtfllla. journed over until today. Presume it will 200 lluiea lttioertaonOtfara, 1 10. 4UO Itoxee lUfan 4,uuu -- Uaa.V. E. DAIiav,wllail pr. illej , ol Taila, ing, dreaa goode, ladiea' wear and articles paalor of the Chrlatlan church at l'srle for oowa from $.12.50 to $30.50; ateer calvca !, . 5,oug Jjot'ii. fili,tN.c)iio H ei, Coal Oil, Tea, fVl6 Cir-r- i 1 before It complete all buainta pair mule We doubt if there haa ever the llth time, by an almost unanimous $20; heifer calve $10 05; Taaaa la vkltlag relative bare. generally. Two weddings on the fujus, to be exllruce, of the AltocaU, 1 in MhftlaTMit, $i. IUIim. $1. Ifaarlera, J J. Mm KauA llou Oooa, of lUmllla, araa Ike been a Block of goodeopened In any coun$900; 1 mule coll $IA; hoga $1.30 to $4.43 Bice, &c. vote, at a aalary of 2,000 tier Tear and pected between thia dale and Chriilmas, town gueal ilJIn. t. (I. Netlaa Iblt week Clark Cash and wife, of your UraponaJUe t genii wanted at at) Important point a. per cwt; ahoata $3 05 tier head; corn try town of the Stale opjal to that of the parsonage. Ma. WltUAHlllnaoaaQj will, of Haa rraa-(UOne bridegroom elect la having Ida home county, were visiting Dr. (). Young (his Tor tlnulara citlnt full lufuruiallon aud lur tkkrta $1 fts. ahock $1.50; er barrel F. llayden llrolhera. Their atnre rooiuaa tuare vlilllng relatlrc la Ibla lleliill. There wrre seven additions to the allrc W V li, WHIN. Willard KuUl. .Uula. by a thorough renovation and week Col. Sani M. IlurJett, of RockI.eximiton Court. From 000 to put In order vllle. Kr., or Y. bCUiT tlLUUl llookwller, laou InFanoy Orooorics, we havo Can-no- d Maa. JtHMialUlLKr, Mra. II. II. lUialitoaaal ple aa they are, are full of good'. l'rtsbylerlan church laat Sunday morning. haa had a "pit" made and 1UIJ aaj Jmaa Wtibert ara In iMilt-vfll100 head of cat tie on the market, selling repairs, the other castle, siient from Saturday till Tuesday at !llle,Ky la Dow open, and will he run by Ui MI.m Cilia Tbe Hotel ol Ihem were of the number that have Goods of ovory description, both ara anticipating bliaa unalloyed, "for Knikmthoi' tiikOouicn IEvi.ic Caa-li- e Six noon with lie MlsaSuiie Helm, of your uitdrralned uDtllll le ready to he triuaferred lo at from $2.50 to $100. There I but little -- Mlaa. T. P. Mill.. Ja , IL J. llrevklarlJfa, Jr. the lukky winner. TbepuMIe art lnlte-- l to atou little bird told me ao," Itol I.oJge, of thla place, baa taken a confessed unjef llie preaching of Mr. change to report In the mule market. Ilroke Choeso, Maocaroni, Spiocs, visiting Mr. It. W. Lillard town, la with ue, and aot tbe tr theiuwlrea. auJJva. U.PaaUaMw tbeefaMtflbe lSolnll Winchester Democrat. There waa a chestnut hunt last Satur Win. Mason, W C. I, waui. new Impetus and la rapidly incrcailng ila Ilarue. 4lld mules ranging from $75 lo $113. A Urge i:ar-lltoui Deputy Clerk, and wife Eztraots of all kinds. The ladiea of the lint I'reabylerlan day, led by a couple olyoung itop!e who, left yesterday to viait frienda in HenderIt turtle the 2d and Ilia Maa.M. P Tavlob ao4 Mra. IL U Maoo, oT memberahip. number of oommou horses on the market, Mayaville have orgauitet' a In their present condition of mind, could railltle, wbakaraUan vUlllog Mia. Will Cral, Saturday nlghla in each month, and the Church at ! son, Ky. pricet a shade higher, ranging from $20 lo have reiururtl home. membera are riithuataallo In praieoof the missionary society for the relief of the $7fi. About 300 head of mountain theep not, we fear, tell a horse chealuut frctu a On Saturday night last, at about C) Maa. J.li. UvrrilA,olCeTlaitloil, 7ealao keep a Large and Complete stock and Mia. Order. There aie four cliiwea, each of pool of that city during the Winter. This which sold at an average of about $1 per chestnut horc. Under such leadership, o clock, while John Hlgglna waa gone to Ilvleo lluduiaa, of llustanvllte, weretuMlaolMra. la worthy of emulation in every town, for they of course did not have success In Ida super. lit barroom was broken open MRS.WARREN & MRS. BRUCE of China, Olui and Qneesswara which la now nearly filled, paying when Jaa. lUllan Ibla week. head. finding chestnuta, though they enjoyej a and a five dollar Maa. Malum O.TavaiiKAar,a ueuiUrof lle filled, an Insurance of $3,.VX. ',ul ,wo """ the charily that beglna at home la charily counterfeit bill and some UafeCotKluded Lampi and Obloneji. Cincinnati. Feeding tattle continue toreuiaUln the Millinery tuU Indeed. elatalleuluflMlbuiMir, Irfl ytaltrJajr lo atl.ua pleasant ride. Wo wondered If any small change were taken from the money of a dollar each have been made iteea, tud thiatte wlabluaj U buy aoyitlna; In the llawavlloglB lAuUvltla. Sunday waa a field day with. iter, active, and with more favorable report October daya would ever find them aa in fifteen luenlhe, and aa the Initiation fro drawer. On Saturday night pievlous, he UlUiitory Una from the Faalern markela, ahlpirs are in Miaa Julia Cbaw, hkloj Irlglit aa4 inllr, (irorge O. Harries, who gathered in S8 much Interested in Brother aa two of the had his barroom broken open and money Un TetUruAv to 14 a Mlaa UtargU ItwAer ao4 ia only $.1, it ia far the iheapeat inalltu-lio- n la a fair demand for good Alao.aiooJ aaaortmcot of Tinware, Hardaouls on that day, making about ISO to demand. Theie party were In each other. other frlenJs 111 IhiUTllIa. of Iho kind that we know nf, and liquor taken. So he net hi trap, ware, Tobaeooa, Clsara, Motions, liOconfeaalonaduiIng hl stay here. He hoga, esclally these well fitted and suit - ArvKaaavveralioeulb'a vlallto barHU-eotlu on Ibeut tl tbe room fwr uotfMI The Sunday School Institute which lo catch the burglar on Ihta night. bWald uaed aa ato tall The large le put ure baa rw tucdy lllibiuaod, Va., Mra, JuJa J. M. Pbllt A Youmi lloi'i-lliitAKUt. For aoine preached at the Hall Sunday night, and able for lard purposes anil, In fact, ever thing uau-al- lj waa Leld In Ihe Chriallan Church last wrek On Monday morning, Henry MidJIetou luroaj liuuia luuib luiltrvreJ la baallb. time pait Mrc L. lleailey and Miaa Utile eien that spacious room could acarvely ac- eelplsof aheep have lowered the marketa, was well atlerded, and the efforla of Mr. IV. CruIuM Hturuf kept In a flrat-elaa- c t41koawala Iklawoalr, Pa. C IMlBAUAii, wa arrested and brought before JuJge Oviir Fxlow are the Hoot, who liavea drtaa making ratabllah-tuen- t commodate the half of those who went anil price are unsteady. 431-- 1 Cline were highly appreciated. Ilia remarks r ivlalraled blavllh Ullbiltr la laHilafllle, fcatur-laUouae of tbe Dunlap, charged with the above oflenae. tivilb MJe el U1b btreet, BUufwrd, Ky. quotations. on the aame lloor with the. 1 Million to bear him. Winchester Sun, by glflPgadlaurr to blue of hie U krieftJa. kind. Cavil Aiwsl tuibaise buUbere-- .. . IUMII0 were most excellent and with the aid of He had hi eiauilnlng. trial, aud waa held Tbe aiurrgala etfee if tlwaa a bo 4rlwwk were 111 Joviuui. iilliie, have Wen lutwlng money The Kv. (leorge YV. Sweeney, of the chart he made himself plainly intelligible over lu appear al the Ir'alr U gwd tb!ee licit term of the CirIt ra. and other valuablt-therefrom. Monday Kentucky CampbtllileSareiiey family uf fsuwl tssbulea es.. . . liallghl. cuit Court lo answer any Indictment lhal - kvnac-- lo the children. I.vcrybody Ma.liao.il llama, the oWlalng aaj Wa IU alia, Bt all llu, to U aU La furnUU lo ., UuuJ le SCMitwe betters .. ..UH Mc.a. J. W.siid Oeo.MrAliater, who preachers, has resigned his paalorale of the JJWtiliHl ol with Ihe sweet ong, and mothers could the grand Jury might bring against hi in, iit.iMC m:si,ii;'.s luaribaut Ufl on Wadoawlar tar r.venatllle night IkftuMUMi La ajsuJ ftaaai 1.10fl to all wbo may netol ta.ui, llb Uausu, Lanll'i We rrtlU roam lu Iho Hank below heard a nolao about First Christian church of Cubage, and loj., eberaba wlllgolMUbualbwM. keep from weeping when Mr. CIlue In bond V of $200. 1 he prisoner being una. llteotily IsVatuiiraUe Illuatralel Vea(aiier pul i.ika.w not Ium Mr llruce but Uieuk Iwr blw aourulal rwe- - 11 o'eleek and ran up lo ace about It, Af preached hia farewell seruwu Mat- UIom, llatler, taisie, W ask all ssrlls . a.cua. aang "Wheie la my wandering boy lo Lie lu giro bond, wa taken to jail. Mid' lUbed, wilt U aeut watNilJ, W Af weae (uulll batue. Ut be U an lluo by tbailllaeaaorblaliaw eetd ufawpHki) M 3u4iil. wanted Hn.llili.l, tatJF ter aouia illOiculty fu getting Into the room tera have been far from lamblike and peace' l(l(rI.UU night?" and "I there room among the Anbaeloc aa of Ika la.1 nauwj arUclea lo buoaat, blb-tuo- J ceutlcuMiD lbcaUa af luic a dlcton ha Mitral year in the Pinl tuetery town nodaJrenufr Ave vevka' they found Dick Iloul, a negro boy, couch - IMdiJBA gela T" ful within this congregation lor aonie lime llKjiCk.imauu tutbulee,..... w t vuu in iost,je ataupe Ut aaiuple Mieaa aL Mr, llruce aaaoMoaetad bUulo lwab-vlltcnllary fur a similar ulTtiisc. sll,U tall a ua UW iHsiksJuc I will U (luUof tkVMT nn4 lUMl(4d Uiubue Lanitri tViiiiiimi lashsUa I0ol.fta cd under Ibe table, from whence they soon Some of the leading uitiiilers make r will relura tebrrbllHraleaUy IIU Wj have just learned that Mrs. TarhU wekatr II AddreMrraiiklsMllel'tiUuk bl lu Iuisville, llie fallowing are the aaiuols.k.r,aa4 vcKs Ike It'ee lear (ll.ll.'I IOVMV. got hlui and delivtred him to Jailer charges against their late paelar, la going to leave our uildst; aud It I ttO.U ey HrU. hew )wik rant Miaaaa I'ama Hvaaaipa, Vua Kiulili, kawJa Ql'OTATloxa, lo He had tlfecled an entrance by and the late pastor uiakra pronounced Newlaod. r Ik kl.:1. uark.l regret that we receive Ihe IntelCavvib-UuIlbrtlu. lleMaod Utile lletui auj Um. W. II. Milkeiwru. to aalra abi (Jug,. . I li lu HM with deep wI crawling through the transom, which lie chargee against these leading members, all rU tksretW la She has made arrangement with W have seen nothing of iho mysteri.1. . tutu, W. K IV.,..i.ui I.. ..iMn.M arlwa au.1 K. P UatJa XOJ U IH ligence. luuuuled aery alwj WeJiwaJ aud waul U Ibe opened with a halcliel, lie had stolen from of which, If true, are sal, bul which are (lissls. . LRU Dr. (Jould, of Mllleraburg, to uolle her In- ous figure so luuih complained of lu othbUuksra M -- ...... Kuuba bealuutbuulln. 1 bar ilbl uu eaaue lawk tkU cilice. 1 WILL SsJLL UsuuuuaiKUisI LuUImiu..- llsl ACI1U OK Tursday, he waa tried and probably much more lnleiratlng than truer, - tM le , fluence, and labor with Ihe large and flour er towns. la lu (ra sua lb lur lisl Isasaawia bul Iruui Ibe "eee ibal Iwwka4 llooa-Uiel- i-a nail lairo wllb Ibvw, ukluc aifal buubsra fle lu I.C0 ishing achool lhat he has control ol. To of muj held in $100 ball lu the Circuit Court. He all of which Is kutadJitioual evidence sub- The band boys rrceivrd their new In iMiaAaw) la llflatiLiewi4 .4 caeslkul uuallls. I Ulva us Call wheu tn hue to eyai tbat ike Baalo," we lubr Ibal tuuat . Uikituiiiii aatie ran nit) tska kisMi In alis.liiaj urekMra v.r It. tbliiu tu our Una, la a young mm a I iulhebii.ini a and atrrui latantlallus my theory that individual in oTIbaliwe eaiewoWl lu Iha tMuea AXhuwihi lu tsUa...u . I 7A Lu 104 aay lhat Mrs. Tarrant will be lulsaed from strunienla thia trilling. The whole outfit si-I UIJtl.i:V UIIIT. kualaeaaerl.ve-uiaklu- e In the Penitentiary will do him good. church organlxalloua from stors down fiuuiuuab) eslrahuiba $150. ,PMU Mlta CBS a community where ahe haa ao long been a Msulueil, kj. .1. 11. WA.UUUN JfcHON. SDHq inferior Miiriul. Mi.iii.in inanciai wit m IWf, III Ijiih ater Mme Miaet Aanimne, Film Wnr Mnawu tort., Haw.lnwinlfH ff 1. arrant, ' mt-t Nl-li- l. . savrswss McMI.Irr A fr $). l. '!., !. irinn' NOTICES '! Iss, Jaori x'oie N.visT:! Ml lq,haa rrr lrl r ld. M. D. ELMORE, NEW GOODS r Prices County tt t., Stock Farm FOR Lowest Possible Margin O k.eve J. K. & WARREN O. STOltl, i Willard Hotd Lottery hmlii Fruit Jars Fruit Jars Fruit Jars!!! Wo havo a good stock Jars, of all kinds and aj, .......... MILLINERY at himsomiim: iJtic'i:s: Mr.l. ..... je.w 1STOTIOE ivi:i:kia int ii.vxE rou saivi;! !. iil tt! k .5 Tho following is fr.mi Itev. .1. !. 1'700 Acrcs Knob It is n singular fact that almost GENGINNATI SOUTHERN LB. Stnnfnnlt Ifcluri- - In joiing men, dc- - ery body Irwes lleah in coming to Tha Mali prfcra M tmiltiMH, Ar ra tt W-t!al week at the Hrondway er from the Jvtst. The average Paran,al.thrT.. OHIO. IWnn.aMra.. ....... It', CINCINNATI, TIMI. TADI.B. loss in weight siHained is about one Itoon. hma li.tpli.t Church, 1itiia.vlllr-- : II, IjnI.. ..l(VIIIy-I .lifjtri tn rlt 1h Tlmt.fr I TmiU W hMK, rbntr Iti . Or lift, . Armmmo-ilat- o 1li.nr Refltled Throughout. Will "Alwut threo mile almve tho cata- eighth. Fur instance, in ihe course lmr, ..... Fridiy Morning, October 15, I8S0. ISWsitfiiHjin 1 trisfflltr, ilefJ , HlMattlln ( , Mir sm Mral. .. on lh kvr rsMtnlT, ky attrt M llrtuh (Yrl. IN EFFECT MARCH 8th, 1880. 100 GtifK ract of Niagara, where Ihe rlvtr seems of two or threo months a two . ..tfcysfc- - Hjp.. . toe . t Alt (ntmi in Miflrifi. wllhrrfwk nJ ih Itrawn fAttttv rsjl Mr dlfKlInf It llaltfc WfcHrAainP. very smooth nnd placid, Ihero is ft man loses twenty-fiv- e TnAINa VM.-- ca OftV m . tti.nn A i I'l'.lt ii.iv. wi:ir i:nx i.n i k srnit i . Splsmllil I.oritlim lor Saw Mill ferry. llTperieneed Imatmcii, who pounds and liecnmes a Sll, I tm. hml.,. IMS aatad S(avi noalnsaa. WT KT a Mall ATATIota. know the river thoroughly and how to seventy-fiv- e Mill pounder. This is due IrlihroMfra-- ..sna)lla im, rf UM .jum OLGRKQ i John H. Osnnslly, P. E. Allen Th "Ike Murray, von here again, and laalaaraafllia,lr.lr,l la la. nnanrtanaa.1 tVal, .leHtnwt IWmw tOfa ltrn Afavaa'a and J. M.Cooper, Late of (Stanford, Ky, SVr tako ndvautage (if the eddies and to ihe high altitude of Denver a I ullhaf laMMialaan ran I aallfa llmlr who gave jou in invitation' " I.aa. (KalfanOTfS S.H.MM .... bailal IBM 111 In .. n, t'AIU'l'.XTI It. rarr.. runnier currents, fur liberal toll, will mile above the sen tn tho dry nnd l Mr, M. BririTr.NllACIt, Saucy and liright and pretty enough MIIMaTllllr, Kf RrrlDiriia (flwi'tf..; As Pmm, ht lilri.wl4r HwkfmlS row passengers across. They know light atmosphere, to Ihe scarcity of lirn,ihMMTi . to let any miyi' heart beating, looked UrJ nattf ..- -.. . we that is a dargemus business and lake vegetation, and to Ihe comparative , I'VMharlatv.l . Iiqn Minnie Anfcr n she uttered lhee l4l i ii iviat Ihimal (a s kmr.rr Ml. - I Hill Wfcm.rT.l-.- .. .. nil possible precautions againat acci- abundance of oxygen, which consumes Hllaia words. . WIkI,wMi . . .. n Own I'unaaa (aarl- II M dents A few years since, a joung the tissues and taxes the ital func- Ilir Mi Klaaaa ISS l?(,UI -Sho stood leaning over the half door tall II t I SI Ihinilll. JaiKllox S .. Ctvtifc man in a spirit nf bravado, made a tions lo n greater extent than nn low- WklUSufir -- lk..MS nrn Pafir " liai.lllla MK HI .. . of her father ' home, the largest and 11 " i i llarrnUlrtitg Janalbm 4 I is that be could cross tho river alone er altitudes. Higher up, il is much " IliaH KiiaaaS la raaHalfiff and ormlna an finest in the clearing, hut not a jialare rjllrfllltfif. " N hvlaavllla Sl I AJ Old boatmen pro- worse than heie. At Icadvil!c, for tlMoii, iIhmiI Wn .. .As Itoonssir fctiPS44t in n small limit. ' taiiinai m S S II " by any tucaua, and her lone was more IM" I Si " .. linirarloan Ja IVur, l4.- - Sg tested and warned him nf the peril, instance, which is two miles above Iho UrJ S W illlattialwa 4H than nalfi-amcs- t as tho looked at the tl If brat, ml jugs W'kml. MI H " S SI " Halloa disand finding that ho would not lie sea level, tho diminution In weight 1j - Ym . big fellow leaning on hi rille outside u. Art I inttnnalt ,. ,.!-Uo . . MajtSt Fall pM suaded, tried In instruct him as to the does not generally fall short of a sixth Oil. and Winter Millinery Goods ' the porch. TKAINS NllITII.IMIUNtl. . IV 0SV. ISttSc course he should take. He pushed or seventh, and it takes place much IU; Tbay war iihl . . .. ..ILK Pilrftpii by haaafW wllh aafa "I came without an Invitation, Miss !, tllli llraa8a(r l aril aJ aba tan aal lll aatl tbaaa Ihe boat from the shore, and with more rapidly than here. Iu that high WhlUDaor ifall Mall .IK4IIV MH Minnie," replied Ike. "I don't think Warners Safe KIrfttf Md Unr Care. Arrcn'n triMT AS LOW AS TIIK LOWEST t strong oars and strong arms, keeping altitude, lung diseases, such as pneumuch of a man who has to bo sited to A Tictaht r pr li i Mtfl lh tnl tnrt 4 MM L (IbrUftftll I 'IMIM M cmnru ihrlctiihi. Tbaallm bra Sfttaiila for thtr llWrat 4tnnaar hif llrlsilAfsm llmmm- tho diagonally up stream, with monia, very frequently set in, and " nallat) aba aaaa ihrta la tall anl ar liar yoala 4b. II go and seo a girl. You know why I've til IllmHtr,IIhhiI At.tt Hktinrt, lArrt m4 ' MIIUmla ia it I rlwnry coat (iffand bare head, with tnucles they prove falsi in about .10 per cent. ' ftfriTta:ii n iMiiniMi,iAttlb.LutsalortriBiirocf come as well as you know why other ii t ETIInliHT. SOUTH -- Hit J. Kma, " ltlaflon S ffthsi M tienwiit. IMahlM,rtll fb? ITatV ftrrtlrTrrr!nairiorBlfif aMltUM tense and leelh set, ho shot out into nf the case attacked Hut very few iTijrrllrttlDfiTbunaaT nUUl. ttwixtaf HcIhn ' MhIaIIU fellows come. And you've got to say 4r . lbrnnif nrsmraF IHaharlsMi hit, iM Ibtothrt " inch RrM-- 7 I .1 . Mm- -, Tto Ihe river. Midway, the itncolli but dogs, except hound, can live in Iead-vill- W oniaiTa f llrlh artiar lhrrir s as llarrllm(JaMtltMi it ,ti i 'Oo away, Iko Murray, I despise ou,' SllMlontrf (VHrti Mrru hrr MIMIM W! ) dlaAM rail for Marttrr i nr I4 ' iHlr rntd IJ rr 4 lirr, rapid current caught tho boat, twirlIn llailrM, IgNtthnnaitli, ! a 'tkxl, Mi.T r and no cats survive there. " Ihiflfllla JuiKtloi. and I'll get and never trouble you any i it llftldrnt WARNER'S SAFE DITTERS. in Hf KsnnT . HK . . ed tho how round and sent it down Denver, however, we haven mulitude II lalhotkMl lllfMMl f'tirlflr,A.iHl atimaUlM " lisU moro. Or say 'Iko Murray. I like (HaanlU... JM Hmk-lit Trp fuiKimn lo nW MHUthitil avrihn, fttsd BAfTIT-n- T 111 tMMIh lliim, S IU stream, Now he seemed to throw of both dogs and cats, and they lMnaa7t,liirnlttsand r UlhuJ4 tsntfl tn allrtHrsmr. you' and oh I Minnie, you know what . lnf UtiraiMr- -. llrurMhsrrtjirMlMdvaiMliHhfrlllilit I'i-msbl. trfff Mttln( rtrrj Wrtlnwlar ( uMltrrlanU ItaMita ftn1 lhtnapsi, ittiluiJinAt t'wwrrr. 1 1 K. llarraw, the might of n Hercules upon the JifWi,.JillWi., it. to experience no special difficulty " (bllviAwl. Id feel then." ml w hr nri. Puiwrlaunarnt. tlW HaM4H. " IUwkral Ilyappli. llaalHSA,4irt?rl IwMI lough oars, and (n bo pulling with a about living and getting fat. Yet, it vffnU Itl "Wont it do just to say that I like IW Wnllalitf.Urlinrsif iiMirr. II ii tiiacnir CIIKtSTtAN -- Wor.hlpl. lu nmrrcallMi I,mc .rrurMbr Itufr-ITrxMn l,j tJJ Jh. HallM giant's might fur tho shore nt a loner is a noticeable fact that nuimals and n IISI unequal! aan apfWliaor nl rvfailar Ir'nk you as well as I do other folks, Ike SSSN A rv lliatlatmnra Ural ai4 ThlrJ ld'a ilala. pubJj; Sb.-- 1 IlultiMortwaa hi ftOsf.nal.a. Hut his strength was bootless men lose a share of their strength af- at S IS. Joa atarranra, rtufrrinlefelent point. Murray," said Minnie. WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE "I don't dellaal alallana. Qui klrrTMlttftM Mpt"thaalTsnrr, as an infant' would have been. Soon ter coming here. After being here 1)RE3BiTKKIAV. (H)l'TII N. tak Ill IXiaaala alia all aMaarilaf. llaaa lor Ik iimt rarsM llrsrli-lispise you, nrd I'm not tired of my libttrsalsilnai I r,v(a Rcyl. W at via. Naalh. lalaaHl Ural tt) Waala allb K,l A I AlltMliVllsA,aml rltvx totsi ti n the seething rapids seized his frail two or three months their muscular eupvriniaiMrni. Uslao rrarar Maatlns W'Hnaa. rtrmii, I. HiMa. erty. Can't you take that and not lrllM brolitfa bf viivmIt ritiia. ttM Ill aJ a. ( K Il'a. U (SIILkmliHlr luaarMairaJa-b- r da; Blfbta. wnrk tnnul aliArka, ami Hlisff IL k.r tut "APOLLO YOKE" laratallk A ill bark, and tossed nnd twisted it around power is not near so great as in the rTMrssrfUi ftat It It 11 1P mUM ftud uOlll (S laatnaala Atf all ask for moro 7" tlLSBlTKUtANOKTII-lli- v tarttt- -l Ns?rv. II n rot inimn lb ijaltia, rlalalaj IbaCMilA, villi all iltfataiac liaaa J S IUti, and around in their scudding whir- East; nor can ihey cudure so much IHUaT,irrHingq trCVOtl BD4 rOUftsl PUBwbibr UkonlnaruaJI fx Urfvdtta, fl . Tralaa I anj S lata Alnaar al liaanM. aanl train "So, Minnie, no. That just leads ASAjtlltS Of IWO tlM TlV. ftO ala4 MorniBcatM nifAi. I lakaa al llaakaaul. l4 Irala I llrraafaal No youthful strength, no hard work. Eight hours of continuous lpool. WARNER'S SAFE PILLS me on, and you know it," said Ike, IUk.l. tunata frt a al Iknalblklala-Naal- a, Ar an loinHl'at ami art It Smlk.raal aaj Waal sturdy oaken boat could help him labor does more to exhaust and pros-IratNo 01 4th Stroot, "I want n Yea or a No." Ha lac aala al MlfarlMlMalUmaaai I. - WltJKIS, IttM now. The ruar of the citaract in his a man here than ten hours in "Yes or No, indeed I Well, linve ClaBl TKart Jlfl IAUU WOOtlWABn. 4 aiM ai 4 ab nlj SarlataoJaaL laiWMiiihf rib car, and its foam in his eye 1 With Illiuois orWiscoutiu. Aud when worn Wlt.LlirFSTIIF.NtWTOWN IUU. ON tm it then no, no, no, no, no." Ami tsrrtrvla da HtH aihiii iit.v ai,iS9. naiiMiiiMiiM. imi in a hundred yards of the fall the boat out and prostrated, a feeling of lassi SttlW nt rrtriwnr Minnie vanished from her lover's llaaanMliaala. StSMil tW S9 k Ti.in: tlenaral AilMlaafan, AI struck a jagged rock that projected tude and drowtincss that is difficult to Ml !H A sHt. W . I iallar sight. "Do you mean rue, Minnie BTaT4l aiAllAPSJ SjAsMkA tVntJSila above the surface. Instinctively he disiel conies over every one. In such MallaraSalurJar.SV I. II. 111'N r,.lxii(r, I Ho stood for a moment, shook hid And this time Minnio said "Yes !LLE& H.H.WirMrtCc, I head, sighed and said sadly, and then he took her in his arms and grasped it, let his boat go, and drew instances mauy hours of rest arc H. T. EOCHISTEK, " ell, I've got it now. I deserve kisseil her, and cried as It sue was a his body prone over the bowlder. requisite to repair aud rebuild Ihe First -- Rate Farm For Sale ! RAILROAD LINE Aja raaaM tT 9COOT cV ! it too," nnd walked away into the for baby. Hut they took the bear skins Soon crowds gathered upon either wasted energies. Mental labor is even llafUst ilrtpritilnoJ laaullbrnlnc kW wkll. I TRAINS nulMlMllltll. for Mliiif . fnu, lflM)iitlM,lM. A ffr est. and the two poor little bear cubs into shore. The whole community rushed mote exhausting thau physical. I itrrtKMartrk, rirMilMlVMa WMlnsit A Hat U tho settlement with them, fur all that; to gsze, helpless, upon the doomed healthy man may do manual labor itsJ4 from Crab Orrhani.sn.1 I ffwaU TffSfaaf) H Jlinuio united fur turn to come , I'.llj ASw. IB tJUSSU IHaiiarai-raiJIUM Auia.l , IKO. ), . H back. Finally the conviction that he for this, as I told you, is n Western youth. All conceivable methods were fur eight or ten hours a day,and expe arhool n.l ehurf.fsj, rotitlnia 11 ArfntttT La RlbbaJ .. IAOII aaa lit on u juxj Irani tried losave him. Hy jestures and rienee therefrom no especially evil ef- iwiYOTfUMmi iMofua. dlalajf-naM- a fwititl kltkaa- - laaaatar. w. Mw. new, wllhf ii II U -never would return forced itself upon love story IS ErTLIT MAV SOlb, I Ml. 11 K m! cittern nnr th ., 1W IrtHMi tuJ at) Lit tag! an, law M shouts, that could not be heard, they fects; but let mental labor lie pursued An tnltnt iI)rcbnnl paa l . her, and sho immediately realized that Oablirtbaril. Thtfarm It watrrfM wttt wfrral Drrr-M- l Sure lint M'otketbnaK IISS 3VE encouraged him to HiL'lit Tliro ' Ija Olllatlmifif t " ruitaJ.. . . on. Hopes with the like assiduity, and the ner- It ttlas, veil M I "TrrPi OaIImi or vJm he was the'best of all her admirers hbalba Uly A negro planter came to Yicksburg - iKB.nia JanlaA IS) - I rvini Jl. ll(lsll .rah urrMlM. - Mllck.ll.aart WITH ONLY TWO ATtll-the only one she liked; in lact, alter the other day, sold his cotton, put his were cast into tho current above him vous system becomes weakened and - IMBJHBJ a ii .vr.i.M'oieo, KY., Na llafatt awhile, she icalized that she loved money in his pocketbook, and started that they might be swept within his irritable. in Ar lLaaa JnikiUmi. M In time the physical powers begrasp. Hut nil were in vain. Women liiiu; yes, loved him dearly. SOS UaiaMtWaactlwa HAS HAD 10 YEARS' LXPEIUENCE down the river. Leaning too far over . " laxlaallla AW aud strong men wept, and rich men come disordered and weakened by Hut Iko Murray kept himself the guards as the boat backed out, he offered thousands of dollars fur his sympathy and by the strain upon THE "BLl K HUAm nOl'TE." la Iba Walnaaa, an-- 1 aaSJanl Ibat na the reach of her repentance. TRAINS (KIIMI WIUTII. TO Tilt fell overboard. His portcmonuaie, The schoolmaster, the doctor, all winch was in his side pocket, float rescue. The afternoon waned, aud them to supply tho brain waste. These k 1.0l'IS 1I.I.K IMIUM 111 can t;ni: i:.tiiik satim,actio.. i !Hj a Aora.ll.llM. her other suitor, paid for it. She ed out, and rode wild his hat on the night came. Still the crowds lingered. facts are more predicable of i La. AlaaluM . than of those who have resided for IU a.M snubbed them right and left, and that surface of the water, while the current They could hear no call, no shout. F SSI " Oab OrabanL.-A- r. W blah Uilagalea . Isii -- ALL, KINIH or otana Sat did not bring Ike back either. Then carried the negro away. The yawl was The roar of the Falls drowned all a) ear or more at high altitudes. allractlvBanafar L 7 au.1 clraaa flct KL Hpwallit La. . ISA bafura La lalaataa 7aa. aItaaaa SWtaa TSOaaa Ar. taaaaalar ... Persons or animals thoroughly accli- ba abla to alalt Loulaallla wltaaa.l Iba That all aaajr IlkbtajaaHl Mug Minnie grew despondent, during Ilala nauii, Ar hut lowered, and assistance at once started sounds that human voice could make. atn am a. pa. ampai SU)a hill her good looks, and as a vent for towards tlio drowning man, who, per- The day broke at last. Many eyes mated do not look better anywhere The Louisville & Nashville R. R. LADIES' AND MEK'S WORK DONE, Ar I'raialiaa. Sllaai SM.n l Ar CAalajwaUlilaM IKta l'UM,H.I. 1 AI.ACK CAIIN were strained in the dim dawniug to- than they appear here. The great her emotions, look to squirrel-shootinceiving his treasure floating oil, raised Will tell Trala laavaa ttta1o Sj Maf .? Ilia al I 10 r M Ta Mrar.b.la, Ultla tUxl, UaUla, MMtanarrr nm til SUltvoa I ward that surf beaten rock. Was he difficulty is iu getting acclimated. aaj Kav Urlaaaa. irrlgat laaalns LaalogUA Tualaf. Tban-la- r Sho roamed about the woods his voice aud shouted : iaVUHTIIIIt Raralrtnc Neatly Anil Promptly Ola. aa4 ainiar moTBiaca ai aitaaarla al there J el f Yes 1 tho increasing light f Denier (Col.) Exchange. with her gun nnd game-baJu&allan to her llh aagar IraU for all pulala pAtched. Pricra Low. '.Save dat pocketbook I" FOUR CENTS A MILE! oa UajaTllla llll.lau E&IIQRANT8, TAKE NOTICE I repealed him still cliiiL'ing to bis bold I father's pride and her mother's sore .1 Otrioiiit 'firf. . ! IwsOtiiat lbiMtIrksta will l tu.Ll His head went under and he diap- Tbli rvala la aarf aivj 3 PASSENGER TRAINS DAILY! Again swarms of men and women distress, fur Mra. Anfcr was a good eared. Hands of musi: are forbidden lo Jar tn Hi wrrkby th HI not vtI th guml to rtlurn rn-- e As he up again he Umiunajr In aD.sianiiHl Afrat JKXJ Mtlaa Shortcat to T.m.a, lined the shores. Henewed cflorts play on most of the large bridges of laOuUilllstaiHl iiawj drmurn saaaug wllhln Ten hmie-if- e am) liked womanly work; gasped : RLTHLI.N ItXIXIJTOS AM IINCINNATI Only taia. rvBalag a Maglitarrllt were made to reach and save him. the world. A constant succession of iirairam lueuaitvlMl C I. ATMOIIIU nnd besides, she half gue'sied what had TlaiaiaiicbalrkaraiiJralaa lawar Ibaa by aaa "I "Dar's SI IS in dat ockct1onk 1" Agvul, $; i tlrtttral I tbaaraala. Illaabolba KOOU (Ml!! l'Al.ll'i: llltAMIMl All day ho stretched upon tho narrow sound waes, especially such as come so upset Minnie. Scarcely had he uttered the words TaClaafnftall lias. IiwA'l rvu Iwryrl Ibla. 11 (JUICKEhT, CiiEAl'KVr AMI IIKST ledge, with the spray dashing oter from tho placing of a good Hand, will Meanwhile Ike Murray had gone befure he sank tho secoi.d lime. raul4lAn.rah.atr. r'aa'r al lliua, Claalanall Itoula U all pulaU Ia Ulauajil, Kaaaa, Illlaala, I aal I JAa daaaA'l laata anlll a V r H IWua4 him. Twenty-fou- r hours did he grnp excite the wires to vibration. At first away with tide, gunpondcr and a store InJlaaa, la a. rtabraaka. OJaaUa. AlkaBMa. IrlpTtairUla-liSa- a Lick frlnj,," i. Theynwl came within reach just in Female College, IH,ljaaarhangau,lbiaga,fi Lla aa4 IjuI. of provisions to sacrifice his life, if time to rescue the drowning African pie for life. Then, exauited, worn the vibrations are very slight, but lar lalMTBaatlwa. aboul Tlikala la Iba iM.lb. baa. 10 Ilours Quickost I aaa, Ckjura4a. aa4 lailgraal ILalaa U lluabla. Ar- out with tho long struggle, he threw they will iucrcate as the sound waves need be, in a doughty deed. asaaa, lriaa,Ac aJlra as he came to the surface for the last I' ATXIIUI, .STl.M'OICli, liY. ! 05 Miles Shortlist llaal !& f .hJT1,i.i a.. . Tor a long while it had been ki'onn time As soon ai the water was wiped up his hands toward heaven, was continue lo come. The principal reaOrF 3 Aamoar. Agaai LoulatlllA m. u.m:to. off with the torrent, plunged sons why Hands are not allowed to Buabc4. Ivy that somewhere in the wood lurked n from his noae and mouth mi that he swept THE WHITE SULPHUR SPIUNOS down the boiling cataract, and was play while crossing certain bridges WITH A rUM, CORPS Or TEACHERS pair of great, fiereo bears, which, at could seo and speak, ho asked: TTJJLm-Z- T seen no more. l4rrru.Ma l J S tUtls An.l All uliilaliilrEliiU hungry seasons, came out of their hid the Suspension li ridge at Niagara, fur "Did did jou sa7o dat pocket Ihla IuUUIli.il will 0ra Is this not an emblem of tho start- instance is that if followed by pro ing places to attack men. "CUT-OPP.- " look ?" NEAR DEPOT, STANFORD, KY. VIA MAYSVILLE II, H E& ing, the career and the close of many cessions of any kind they will keep Two little children had been kilted ITS ELEVENTU SESUION, I aauraUiA Tkkala lo all Suiauiar raa.HU al Low "No," was Ihe resKinc. lUlaa AJy laHarbrn A Aalil, liluiUMi, (If. man's life? Iu reckless sport step with the music, and this regular a ami many moro grcally terrified. To "Well, den," said the negro regret' young rain 11m all HalalalJ IHfol. llt'S ANII OINNKT ON TIIF not meaning to imperil his soul he step would cause the wires to xihrate. bring home the skins of those "lurs" fully, "what de dehbil was de uo ob jas n. LiiiYAitn. AS lULUIHSi )UT(iW iswrrhasknt MitaAk an.1 ... .II J J. iimm AuvrlDlaoilaot. N. 1N.K ar.lrrtJMiUka lb uik with ventures into danger, against protestaappeared to Ike to be the only hojie savin' nief irft the Suspension Bridge, military SMI MUMI.VV IX SKl'TKJI 111:1:, N (.111111, K ftlLFUAN. ho, I Iba. SI t. Sunny South. I.XT. Traaallog raawugrr AgaBt WIJTWAIIU. . . tions and warnings, from which he companies are not allowed to march umb that remained in the world. Man rataa JAIIU I I.UNST Gl.ATII0I.V8 VV TIIH Takb ASH becomes powerless lo extricate him- acrots in regular step.but break ranki. llatwrral I aaaAfrr AfaBl. He said nothing of liis intention to l.rava KkbmaaMl AtMaaalAUpM G-ood- s, Irulrrpa flip n litltn in..a in Una llofJwi.illla ALL T1IK BltANCll W UF A aa II ISpaa 1 Tho regular trotting gait of a large Only when the skins were Turn: IEoscs. Iu consequence of the aplf Tin any one. - IXarlallaaillla . . lllABla ' Atauataa. ...... whence he would dog across the Suseniion llridge is iSISlkbi.SSAaM his, Minnie should know that sho had severe Winters it is not xsib!o to some place of " WillaBMmi'a ...... ItlaialtlllMM THOROUGH ENGLISH COURSE " Ublla Sail bar refused a man capable ot getting them leave Gladioli bulb) in the ground return if he could, where he is wept more dangerous to Ihe bridge than a IXPBIIUI ia M Wlait la illk MsHaJljr loglTt m a trial, lllalaA II 111 ill M atvi w frowlH tbtw iul larfalM aiJ tba Wt THE throughout tho season, iu this latit over, and wheic desperate efforts are heavily loaded wagon drawn by a Cbailaaloa. single handed and alone. INTERIOR JOUHNAL IU ar Uubt.aa vtll w M gosklt llaallogwa. - - S Wa aaj I wi ai M ude, ana they have to be taken up made to save him but too late, and team of horses. l4lamulb (9l'r) For days aud weeks ho made his ' W.T.IIIla !'. M" . MUSIC, TUE LANOUAOKb, DllAW- - Oroctriei, Confectioneriei, Fruiti, l " lliMlunail A. M. search amongst the woods and caves. aud stored away. To do this take he is swept over the cataract into The engineer of a train near MonINO AND PAXNTIKO. eternity. It is thrilling illustration .Nil. 1 SlMlllaafM lll.Li.b.1 A.lla..w..f a At last, certain signs that he knew hold of tho top of the plant to bo lifted Meati, Flonr, Ural, Hati, Caps. treal saw a large dog on the track. day. Air KuBllaglun Iwaaatia tluaalr al Im well proved to him that ho Hasan- - with one hand and with the other lift of the folly and fate of millions.'' allla tut Boots, Shoes. Clothiug, Tobaccoi. He was liarking furiously. The en MlalalaUIJIanJ Mall frwuWaablailnn caaaarla it out of the ground aud shake off the proachiug the bears' den. fboaljr al l.orilvBavllla llb Na I fur HaullBaUin. Here is the last discovery iu pho- gineer blew- - the whistle at him, hut he T13UMH M O 1 12 II A'Pl Cigars, Canned Good, Tnbs, Backallh Cbalr lar rrviu Waablngton loM blla Sal.bur. Tho mi i mail, however, were not to adhering soil. If desired the variety tography. A Frenchman lakes ono !(l. S K M II rSftSAS rtSBAB alalia n.l H.aaa.uSa at did not stir, and crouching low, he Care should ets, Sundries, Notions, &c , &c. UuullDiilua wubMsAtturri fur IWluuoulb, Ma. lie seen, aud as ho knew that they should now be labeled. In Tuition, .rlm raiiif from ftf lu 30 In tit negative of a sitter with opeu eyes. was struck by the locomotive aud ill abj (MibsKUckssArlj tUunJuii 1'rliuarr, a, liaaaa UI mint shortly return to their dwelling-plac- be taken not to injure or break off the Thcu ho makes the sitter shut his eyes killed. There was a bit of white mus r(uUr lrrlurula. aaj IWUIjti., Inlrriutllali AW klaJaaILii-IrIJy; lrrraUuf , f W, will Kai.tf Luktsi in fto. MrjInlaWlJUoa Firaaa(rasa Wi.hlnaloB al l.orJuBavlila llh a. S lur he contrived an ambush aud stalks above the bulbs. The plants and remain in exactly the same posi will alsMj ktrfDMMiataBtlv on tutitJ a Imrtm LaI llb 1'ulliuio blaia Iraw Wa.blaabMt lin ou the locomotive, and it attracted thus taken up are spread out in a shed Hoaaoncl aM (lrt. JaUuiUr, aoj (It to Wbllaulbur. For full particulan, as to BuarJ, At , aJJreta lay in wait for them. Ul ( tion while another negative is taken the attention of the engineer, who M4JiiLla.U Mnlala alldlaoj I iraaa train iKa.llla aaj NUN. H. V. TKin.i:.Ur. I'rluflu protected from rain or sun, and left LrBcbbarf cuiBacia tbaarlf at Ibarbillraillla It was five da) a since he had left lib The two uegalives are priuled ou the stopjied his train and went back. iUnforJ, UdcuIo Co.. Kjr, .Nu. SfcjllOflooall TERHUNE & VANAIISDALL, the settlement, nnd during these five until the tops are sufficiently dry. lame paper, 01 e ou each side, exactly l a Arrolll. laatra MtbaauBj Jallr,atrp I There lay Iho dead dog and a dead SunJar. al s 3u , ia. auj airlita al llurJon.ilfla J C II VIK, Halaaiuaa. 410 days Minnie had grown more aud Then, taking care not to break the coinciding. all ISi. iu hen this double-facechild, which had wandered up the o il MUr.llaaraaUiaibttratlllailillr,aa-tTI'.'.'"? more unhappy, aud had frightened stalks, make them up iuto loose bun- picture is held iu projier position be "l!'.-.'.- ! Arrlaal .! Mralala track and had gone to sleep. The 'MIJUuJ UII rroua liaaillla au4 1.JL1, tort aaj her mother more thau once by her dles, and bang them up iu a cellar fore a lamp, and the lamp is rapidly arrlvraal Wllllaiuaon'f al lilla. m. had given his signal lo stop the dog free from frost. Hero ihey may be limiting exploits. Nov its Complete as any Print- W Nlrihia; (araonKa.1 mra lUibiuood la moved or caused to flicker, the cu train, and had died at his post. blla Mil bur ln ha. I rrom W blla Kali bar U left undisturbed till about it week lie lluollDlou, On this day she had started nt dawn rious eflect is produced of long-couting Establishment Outside fore planting in tho Spring, when the Tiiinoh a Man Neveu Fokokts.--H- is for the woods and wandered on, not ued winking. It is not claimed that Kill tops are cut anay, tho bulbs cleared of EASTWAUD. -- UEALEILHIK first snub, Ihe first girl he ever even lifting her rille from her shoul u person looks more beautiful when of the Large Cities, MilL rskaa conns and roots, aud separated. After der, until tho came at last to the enhe keeps winking, but it can not be kissed, his first night at tho theulre, Laaia CloclDBatl l!ll,il.HHM .... 00 . u u few days of rest the fresh brtaks ' Maatllla . his first pair of pants, the man who 110 SO u Hi trance of n large cave which sho had Staple & Groceries, denied that it gives one a wry inter" fwlaiuuulb . S SO a u will ho healed, nnd the bulbs may be ' IIubIIbiIuu (a A IU) 4 sop 111,10 Wa u tipped him when he was a boy, bis never teen before, for until of late the esting appearance. tlua Cbarlvalvo HMWWW s top U II II B u planted, each one being siirroundid " lllalou dentations upon smoking his first ciwoods had not been a favorite resort llliu'ailiiH ' WbllaSu!bur .. 5 W a u lUpai Old Spoo excuse us, habit, you iy a little clean sand. Michigan Prlcoa for Work aro as Low MuubIwb the night when he uied to kick gar, oi hers Curiosity wa a strong point IU.B1Uiu " Cbarlullraillla . tanner. know we mean tu say that great luspiu s&Saiu (AT T1IK OLD STAND OP HASH A HtJi'NIS,) his heels for two hours at tho circus, s tup hi i wa iu ' Uwlouaallla. as in Cincinnati or in this young lady's character, so sho HIcbBIOIHl s sop la. I 111 u soldier and pure statesman, Major ...u A plucky Kentucky tcho.il ma'am or, how much better he might have pceicd in at tho cave's mouth for Louisvillo ! ... a Mull laaaaa UaBllBikia Jallr.aini,! General llinjaniiu rrauklin liutlcr, douo in the world had he followed awhile aud finally entered, lighting Is MUs Hillhreth, of llopkius county. SuBilaff Iba ho. I Irala laatiaf IUbiIbHud M 3I1-UMassachusetts' favorite son aud tho Aalurdaj IIm aiaral Mbllabuli.bur rruuiS Ui w AND ritOYISIOXS. some other occupation, and, if ho is a tho place with a match which she took She attempted tn punish a boy named AaaJar tills a. w ll,,il.r Curnaci. AND DKALLn IN nation's pride, is doing magnificent .1"II.'"'m' "I X ON Wf'AStoa Hb Ibalr Ur frou New York true mau, his mother from her pocket, an! uttering an ex- Merrill for some iiiiMleuieanor, when lo t a.blfi(luB service to Ihe grand old Democratic Mulul. WUI.lJ alallrnuitlaAlllaiiiJ Commercial Adertiser. l.AWVI UVimit-lK- , clamation of delight us, crouched hi tho joulh drew his knife. Miss Hill-brot- h kunivBUacla iluaaljr at llordubaillla llbLiaib. Na.1 Air llirbluubj. unarmed him, aud he brought u party, of which ho was always an CATAUX1UU, CIKCULAlUi, the coruer.she tuw tuu tiny bear cubs. FISH, OYSTERS AND GAME . Il.xiirraa r U. A. A POSTI'O.NUIIINT OF THE 1'lllZIS No decent and I' club tu his afaiatanee, but she finally honorable member. IramllailBuallallp. bi Oillr. auj la ilua al liUXJUAMUES, fOilTlilU, NOMA The parents, the saw, were away, and lb ho. 4 liraa, intelligent man ever did bclieio tho Mr, Ixlwnni Lee Drown, Chicago,!!!., I.NTIIMUMAbON roaailallf lulllibBiuiiJ. IX.BBacta(bl a i abkb CllfcLKS, CA11IW, TAOS, LNVtMH'M, it occurred to her as a glorious joke whipped liim. that night Ihe boys slanders ibar heaped upon his innocent l'reaiilent of the American Iliiniano SPRING AND FARM WAGONS. lylllalllialur l)UilUl(uJ llautllla. tuiiinu lr al llorJouilllla br Waabl .ilua. allL 1VII. to carry oil these cubs lu their ab- father went tu Miss Uillhreth's boardLBTTLII HEAIW.hOTE HEADS, UILL1IKAH8, head by a corrupt nnd unicrupulous Aisoclsllou, writes us that the time uau Slrara rrou Wblia bulbur luHaabluiou sence. They were small, and having ing hoiiae and cursed her shamefully. krATKUKNTS, KtCMITS, KU11IM.MA", Au, a A from, lraaalIudolS)l,1a lallr.at- Louisville Sun fur receiving models and plans lu com. Itqiiiblie.in press. trl I ttumlar. al S SI a. u. auj arrlraa ai III. k......i Hill aUodunll klmls of walk In Hut tied their pawn together with some The next iluy he went tu the school- WITNESS CLIITIITCATC8,110NiS, all a. in. pctllluu for tho prim nf five tliousaud REPAIRING & PAINTING day Argus. A. US fllsnl laarta StauBlun J.U.. ribbons, of which sho divested herself house tn continue his abuse, but Ihe lU.llIHSd INVITATIONS, ollercd by the Association for 'K.T'V'u u,.f.",,1 u"?",u l IbaiUlaa.lfla SADDLERY & HARNESS Tir Fun Tat. Some smart Ueimb dollars ...1 li.n.111. ...., for the purpose, she tucked ono under young laily bad annul herself wilh a tUNLIIALNUTlCU, ikink on shout Mini i: AMI la romiM lal lu at IfwrJuoaariU brMtalala bll.. the most npprovid cuttle car, has been i!atil ami ilartil Merrill In enter Iho lican (jut out out s small jiainnhlct enUihI blaliri.ui WaablJlou, au4 auliaa al each arm, aud started oil. extended until January 1, 1881. at S p. u. l ran liume, uml vns illicit i.v i inn. itaucocks Jtccorit as a Hcientilio American. The rille was too much for her, and ilunr ..!"l".",: Ou Nt. 4 Irouiftou IIUBllBlloll U H blla Bolpbor. wlt'i ailiut-giiii- , Wblla Bull bur lo wluu lie Mas Ktattunan," tho Inside pages of which Wu Cau bo Benton in ttlrbiu.ij she hid it among.t some buhes,msrk-in- g liy an uflicer, lint soon wcjji-nl- , are blank. Now the Democrats have lorllalaa.'lllkala, H.(gn;a ( baala,!., aplr lit "What can I dn tn make )ou love the spot, that she might return srrnteil Lo w Exand In I WAUItANT ALL NEW WOKIC " "".'i'.SVVf-i- V,. ami Is now at lure. gotten out a similar one, upon tho mo more ?" uikcd ayoutli of his girl ! At A. fur it. Uf . l u l.liuo t. ....!.BUpi. v. ft.-,.-, ecution of Work. .ui , "Iluy me u ring, cover of which appears "Ocn. Gar- the other evening, wood-path- , rub TWKLVK AOATIIS ARb she Once more iu tho The Iriiliiuaii liail a ourrect njinrc-elatio- n -ratlin; nninns. and throw our of tlio fitiioaa of things lio, be. field's Itccord as a Statesman,'' Iho pit-g- u ton hurried on, determined to exhibit her 'OUAMANTKB full UATIBS'AUTION It.- -' "l I. of which are black. UUUIUIII uava ..I.... niiil 'u niai, naa A Call whon in nood of anything in iu the setllcuieut before noon; lugaskeil by iliejuilge when ho All Ropulrlngl Douo prize AOENTS WANTED! is ail Mr atrAisis- uthoimiuidiate reply. fur a license to tell whisky If bo our lino will aonviuoo you of but suddenly a sound greeted lur car After a girl has spent half a day iu Neatness & Dispatch. was of good moral character, replied: sewing red trimming around tho bot tbo truth of tho above that drove tho blood to her heart. Umiiualliil ill illectivencbs, uuaii lUUTIIKKhNTlTKr IUITI8T AWUIIAM K VHIV LOIV prU. A growl a savage, wild Uast cry I "Fallb, yer honor, I don't seo the ne- tom of her dress, nothing bothers lur proaclieil lii cnspiuss, Ami lirlvHllixl "I'aws 'all au4 bill Aiauilallai. alruraaa.rlaiualIJIaliuuiaiiv. 11iMu.iinK,Nii ...JLui.. ia-.- -. r.n W. V wburauaowa wall ratvolbiaBjaJ. '..: . i. lll Siai II la i. c- -. - i.. i ii. .ii. i..:i.. ia Biio knew what it was. The female cessity of a uood moral character to av muvii aa III iliavv u llicuil .i.i Cornor of Main and Lanoastor bts., 111 nuiaN;ri it iHjjimanijr i. i Ibalr lularval lu BdMrraa uasirial. iruiia i wkiio wui, ProprlaUrr. T. II. WAI.TIIN, Jr.. ' 4 A. U. I'I..NV, N,r., -. bear was returning nnd bad tttu Int. tell whUky." "Vour up. 25 cents jx-- r Imitlf, itticcatli coming down I" n, Stanford, Kontuoky. Wumi I in.lt iimi, AUBia, iij inferior journal. 8TAWFOHD, KV. There she wss advancing, liitmus with malernil love and rage. Minnie was the bravest girl In tic settlement, but her murage titlerly her at that limine nl, and she felt her senses leaving her. Hut what was this? A stalwart form, clad in red shirt nnd buskins, appeared from behind a rock Interposed itself lielween her nnd the furiMinnie, crouched down ous animal. on the gra8 between tho two shackled ticarcuhs, knew that help had come guessed whence it came, and felt her semes leave her. When I hey returned, two dead bears lay bleeding in the forest path, nnd Iko Murray wnt liold-inher head upon his nrm. He laid It down ai she ojiened her eyes "You aro lulte safe now, Miss Mln nie," said he, "but il'a kind o' lucky somebody came along. A wild brait robbed of its young is dangerous." "Oh.IkePsaid Minnie,"you saved my life I ' "Don't mention it, Miss Minnie," said Ike. Hut Minnie began to cry. "It seems m if jou didn't care about it," sho sobbed, "and you you pre tended that you carol so much" "I never pretended any thing in my life, Miss Minnie," said Ike. "And when a man's got a "So V plump and plain, il'a his duty to keep his feelings to himseli, and not say what he hadn't oughter say to a girl that's to be man's wife." "Oh, Ike I" cried Minnie. "Why, Ike you needn't mind that, fur I ilm'nt marry any one now. I don't like any ono but but but some one who will never again ask me if I like him he's so proud aud and .1 thrllllno ftfintfinfoM. WiirtiMr lllmnllr I'firtt. jt t it hi: rs. H3?5S!2P itvrr.s. Liad J PX nir 8.r .,.V trf Vhwr......V .Hf ti'i lrpr. ..... Ilii MILLrNEUY. rs. . .. tl" lt Euilflai,iii lM tl III' r...... ,"K'1TT mm. n rr, iitrp .,.. ... i"vlx SIHRTS!!a fnr Miss Julia A. Hunt LOUISVILLE. f comh:si:i L.A.WILLSON sho i: .s.mm 3&a CHANGE OF TIME. .... ii, rj vi:ky low alSClIHISFL . Hound Trip Tickets LUR. ai EXPOSITION! l, ... llli! ., alii NKW PIIHI! Stanford TERHUNE & VANARSDALL 1 !. 1080. it New la llliu lU J.. iTOB DEPARTMENT, ll. D. F. BASK, PH n NdnielleY Fancy .... MANUFACTURER ,b,, ..., m: vi:kviii:stmvi,i: wgmm A XilKTB. not Prices l,,,Ml i "'.""."''. .i'.ii. With H ir. .i t u.ii.io.v,