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B I 04 The Interior Jo URNAI VOFiUiMli IX.-NUA1B- &k Tho gnlcrior gournal. TO THE PUBLIC. Interior Jonriml will !? Prtrt ouitJiiii t ! orrin: is cojirixn: . m' Mr thm (In. '" riiMM t. U ftf STANFORD, KY, Mil DAY, OCTOBER flrmori tff .lififrraa. The Jfallnn! Democratic Kieett 22. I8S0. WHOLE NUMBER M:TitKr MO. from now till Jan-nar- y lnt, 1882, for 82, to payine tho subscriber caaht Now'i yonr clinncc. lio Ront JL It M.tlU fftviH r?t fM m4mt f ; Wtt Mm TfrtMtlMliitUrH hair It fw H hra iw fc IT lint f M.I TlMt nhM ttlr vfcm l wmk, mM tax not Umrtit Mwr iVmm, Mm j4..y. t fm n MM ha hu vterfe vv II nwr i ar kt mk Mw in ar.itjfat aria rmh AM b ( ! whit HH lt1 fdM I rtiMi 1hhM wl Ad fcMU W, wl kttujtt, llftft Uwit4 rw UUn Iritis, thai Mribi Imh, H oft WkUiKM fy ). tat, IITr,Mtaf Warn tM Th RMMiwi pajt thai . TL aVM at mii T . winrw LUUlUHktbib-t'4tVcur It rf it! rtrtfait ir iriwp. f wrtr)fUiaob, uj M A Mwrt refrain, 4 !; t hMvi Weelb Vflknl I tb MkMirtiiMr tfc.ile. I nidi IwarJ l " bIU fld re, a t.reub.lt ehlatertttfaeMd' A.ellerl eeerle.llH'ea,vref arhtM Iir h.1,1 "eel aee urwa Mr TW Me, heave,! villi Mvetieeltlie, I Ihr thtKtrmott. Id Alfll A W WMM MM HMJ Tail wbleb lej a wuIjm rrt Ami, If II el rifi I'loajierf. llio country li cnnlmntol with n ttrtout dancer. Should UarfWM lie r crhrncrhalf ths-- Ifni.in rj initio! to the atine condition uuder whioli it writhed and sorrowed during Orint't two term". Wo shall havo foldicrt nt.the olU. Wo shall hae Hlnto (Inverntnenlt pullol down nnd n't up We shnll have much of that nirati enginery which Grant made InfamriUr, tl to work to irrilalo and vex acoplo who, gathering tho their property left after tho pilfering of a rapaciou lirool of have started life anew and arc not rnly lieromlng prosperous tliFUiflvof, hut are contributing moro, perhaps, than the ooilc of nny other wtll-brif carpet-bagger, I'j4l mU In ne reveal bal Ihe I alber lata Searme la will Ma-- 4 allb bu, II ewwrjle IM Hal eealalrrvetefe-erttlareweM- II. -- Ira la II Tlio wuiunii who nlisijs answers when Iter liualmtiil it okin to, nml coniMert lirraclf ttie "taller of the houichoM nrrango inciu. Tho wuiutii who bii)i nil the 'nnd clollilnj; even hor liu- LuJ' clothe, nml Ijuj them nt nbar turn llia llrnr Ihr ilirrrfira, gtln. Sho never thinta him of mi)-- cuuie in the fnailjr, Imt rrganlt lilru nt a Utartlrr who nil a great ileal anil iuti uolhing, LiIc tlio fainilr it aun- Kirtnl bjr her own ihouhlcia nml fore-light, including tho ''birgitini" ihe ia cmiilontljr tectiring. The woman who pins on her huilianila coltrtr mil irmal, vtaihci hit neck an.l oira, trial In hair ami pull it tun, if he it at nil refractory who contradict him before their chil ilren, not allowing him to cxrca an opinion viilhout volunteering one) in an oppoaiteilirection. The woman who alwaji ilcmaiuli the inouey on "imyilav,1 ami if her huiliaml venture to mk for a dollar look i at him iliatply- nml aika what he wauli it fur; iaj "there it no necil for n man to have inonejr when hii wife nreiii it all to clothe anil feed her family." Ai loon a there U a hundred dollar ahead the takes it, and, ilcoit!ng it in the hank In her own name, announce to her hutbauil the gratifying intelligence that ihe hat raetl a liuu-ilrdollara, hutiliHM not consider it Important to nieutiou where alio ha dejKuilnl thorame. The woman who wears the "breech-iV- i almoa: Hire to lay by tomething fur a "rainy ilay," a ihe never allow her hutbiinl n day of recreation, although ou holidaj ihe usually take him out with the other children fur a little enjoyment. juein nli)i i Her liuiband alwaji lm a quiet, air, and ijicaLs in a very ncrvoui, hatty manner, and loiki around quickly from under hia elboni a if expecting to hear lome voice in luUlueil contradiction. He has the habit of inioothiug the top of head gently und toothiugly, ni if hi hair hid been recently pulled. The woman who wear tho brceche I uiually cullej "iinart" by the men, and a "tyrant" by the women. Sbo peak of the homeitcad a "iriy lace' d or "my farm,1' and consider her of no uccount in tho buying or eel Ion to tho prosperity of tho whole They will ngam lconvult ed by jH5litIc.il broils, by local disorder and general social and industrial do rangement. Wetay thit leoauso we know Oar field it more dangerous and more malignant thnu llaje. Ho will seek to glut hit vengeance on the peoplo who have nppoted him most resolutely. He "Solid South' will bo made the victim of all hit spite and malice. Ho will lave men about him, too, who will iulltmeand nut moderate Lit prejudices and hatred. They will join In Ihe barbarous cry ot "woe to the conquered,'' nnd add new nod more tinlttcr element In tho hell broth pre pared by the party behind them. Wo shall have another era of hard limes, of diitrevs, of railroad riots, strikes, ami all tho depression and general disaster that accompany misrule nnd opprtiMon. Far belter would it lo fir the South to liavo a dozen tonus of Hate than one of Unrfield. There it but one escape from thit deplorable conclusion. It it that every Democrat do hi duty. Let thcro Close be no bickering, no divisions. the ranks. Stand firm, waver not, halt not. Tho country ha yet to If he past on tho record of Garfield, can be mado President of the United States by any human agency, ttained at he is with tho indelliblo and blis tering marks of corruption, then, in deed, will the da; t of the Republic be numbered. It will show popular demoralization and degeneracy. It will show that honesty It no longer u requisite for odice; nud proclaim to tho world that corruption ha itt rewards, whjeh nrn morn brilliant in the eje of American people than any honor and virtuo can bestow. It will fay to the young nnd amhitiou elcmcult of the country that our moral character it nothing that J on need not take your model from the puro and noble lives of tho living or the dead, but may follow with more success tho example of the viciout, the prolligate, tho depraved. Hut if wo do our duty all will jet bo well. Let in appreciate the peril and prepare for it. The triumph in Maine excited false hopes and filled We are now us with a fatal delusion. stunned to oouicioutnes and aro warned that wo must work like men and bo men to win. The ditaten ot Tues day may lie blessings in disguise. From the dismalcbudt of today we may jet see emerge the signals of vie tory. Iiubvillo Post. country. telling of cattle. She knout jmt how much pigi will weigh nnd the market valuo of everything the farm produce fur tale. Sho licloae at a bargain, and bat bten known to go to far at to drive tho team and help to load tho wood. Sho manages the children, and if ono of them thould turu out poorly she tayt: "That child I moro liko hi father than all the rest." Nobody Imi much lovo tor her, and at the has proved eminently nblo to tskocaroof hcrtclf by taking euro of tho whole family, no one caret much fur her. The woman who wear the breeches always puts her husband to hod flrtt, that ho may warm tho front tide, nnd then roll htm over to tho wall when tho gels lu, and would make liliu get up ami kindle u tiro of a moruiug only alio thinks ho doc not kuow enough. She understand politics, and her husband always vote for the mau she lei It him to. I'll tell you more about her soiuo lime. The cradle of tho infant Princess of Spain it of polished ebony inlaid with silver; itt form it thut of an open shell, the curtains nru of silver gauzo enam elled with white velvet flowers, tho coverlet of white tatin on which are embroidered in brilliant colors the Ono lady jrenaVw of arms of Spain. Spain stands at the foot of tho cradle during tho rojal Infant' slutaber to watch the precise moment of her awat eniug; another yrandene itaudt at the. head armed with a huge feather fan to chase away tho fliet. Tho rov al Span ith crown, which lu silver gilt haugs In front ot the cradle, it tho work of I'ronicnt, the great Parisian goldsmith. The cost of the cradle without the hanging of fine lace and the garniture of marabout feathers which surround ed it, it estimated at 81,-tO-- a- "1 with I was a star," ho taid, null ing at lilt own poetical fancy. "I would rather jou were a comet,' the laid, dreamily, "Ami why?" heatk id, tenderly. "Oh," ihe laid with a .brooding earnestness that foil upon his soul like a bare foot upon a cold oil clolh, "became then jou wou'd como around only once every 1,500 )iin." Life It full of torrowt and disappointments, but the most tauguiu hopes of all those who try Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup, aro ulnnys realized. It never di'apiinliils Price '.") cents ago tho greatest steamers did not exceed 350 feet in length, 45 feet In breadth, 3,500 tout iu ton nage, or 1,000 horto power. Now the the City of Uerliu of the Iuuiau Hue it 488 feet by 1 1 J feel, ami their new tteaiuer, the City of Ihme, building of iron at Harrow, will he till larger, having a length of 010 feet, a breadth of about 62 feet, and n gross registered tonnage of 8,000. The Cuuard steel hip, the Hervia, now building at Olai-gaIt 500 feet by 60 feet, with uvcr 10,000 indicated horse power, ami will doubtless possets a speed iu advance of the very fastest ship at present alloat In the luerchahtilo marine. A fuw jcar mi An lllluois man fell from a fence, wheiu he was hurrahing for u Presi dential caudidale, and broke lilt neck. The moral seems to be thai a man should not be ou lists fence in political times, Llizabelhtuwii Kens, Tea-i.t Totirilir ftfirir. a. vm:ss tmm. A raro example of ennttaney, roTir J.ANOASTI li, Trx., Oct 15, V0. 1114 I t.l CTION OTi.MMKNT. live Committee Issued the folio Ing (hi ago nnd devotion combined has just A little gossip from thit land ot tun the 1 Ith-- cf Oct: !eii iiurii'liwi iiy "iCiirave young rKF ahille, aiftmersiiiid norliiera, luigiii iw -Winchester Hun 7b Mi! Dtmoeralk and Ctmtrrrntiie ant woniiu, horn and bred in a remote interesting In sorno of jour reader. and away he Hew. IN its rituniNT ll XIH. VUmafthe Country. Tho elfrlbn of hamlet nf tho Verges. Marie Hrgart, The long drouth commencing in July i lio pinioning power Is n menace now Ihlt Iwroinn in humble life, bide adieu 1878 ended last Winter. Since then l resident ami Vie rrcanltnt Captilal before you. Stato nnd local dimen tihcr hitslcind some months tince, wu have hid abundant showers; some- to law and justice. sions are eliminated from the Inn w of and saw him start fur llio city of Paris times the Hood gates wero left open. H'NDS Allot). tho day. Tho magnitude of n victory Iu tho hope of obtain hig cmplojmcut Tho result la, we havo large corn nnd Thee three: Force, Fraud nnd or defeat can only bo tilimntcd by the there. Hut nlmixt utiou hi nrrivnl ootlnn crnpa, nml cotton in July prom Fund; hut the greatest ot these it forces nnd meant employed iu securing in ll capital he fell ill, and being ised ten biles to Ihe acre, hut the bowl Louisville Post. Fund'. it. without funds or friend, was taken lo worm came in August, and now it .now wouidn't rrr Hy fraud and corruption (ho people tho Hospital do la Pitie. The newt sometime takes len acres to unko a Wouldn't It bo just too awfully funof tho country ncro defeated in their of his illne! reached the hamlet where halo. Hut we arc all ccnerally happy Xos. OS nml 100 West Pcnrl Street, ny if the Prohibitionists should carry purjKiso in 1870 and tho rightfully hi wife livid in course of time, nnd when not shaking livingnii the interLouisville Post. Kentucky. Mtii'.uvr Kinni.v, elected President wn kept from oilier. the latter, listening only to tho est of what we owe. IIIINin I. I HANS'. ri)UAf. TO TIIKOTIII KTKU CIMII I.V, With the combined capital of Ihe prompting of her heart, determined Prr.oxL Mrs. KlUitntli, Unit, Tho Republicans have not felt to WII.I Republican party, aided by repealed lo join her tick husband nt once. Sho formerly of Middleburg, Ky., but for jubilant tince the Preddency nns was utterly destitute. To travel by some ycart a resident of Kansas, atsosnfciil! upon tho army of tlolcn for Hajes. Sunday Argus. with the power ot the I'eiltml rail was I here fore nut of Ihe question, by her ton, John Slephent SHOWING HIS I.OVK. Government represented by United so she started on foot with n baby In s now ou a long visit to her son, StanLet our Indiana Democratic friend .State Marshall at thu ollf; with in- her nrius, just two francs in Iter pock- ly G. Slephent, near Richardson, in rcmemlier that "whom the Lord lov- timidation, Ira ud ami a resort to every et, nml a journey of 103 leagues be- - this county. Her husband, Rid. 8. A. cth He chastiscth." Rlizibethtown corrupt appliance known to Republi- foru her. Hraviug thu hardship of Hull, is expected to como soon, nud v .icnn. can method concentrated iu two every description, sleeping by the may remain hero if pleated with the hut KY. succeeded roadside or in the fields, nnd living country. s'tatei, our adversaries have A sad aflair happened to Craddock hat still got his rooster iu procuring the probable rcturu of on what scraps of food the could ob- John Stephens soon after arriving up over tho Indiana election. We IM HAWNO rur.CtUlFDTHK tain ou Ihe way, the posted onward, here. He became ofllicted with the admire his pluck, but their local candidate. Jessamino Murichkll A ItMjIfj, I rn UfeiunJ INTTUMT OF MIX O I XL MARCHALL ..fiatTHE ofFIRM OF lint ultlifoIJitaiHliwbrrfl Juit rectlfd Can it bo posiiblo that iu every nothing daunted, for tho city where bad sore eyes prevalent in the country Journal. State throughout Ibis broad land tho her husband lay tick. Sho had lost this scaaou, nnd after tuflering ex FHEKCII AND ENGLISH SUITINGS, in: vrno dol'iits is n vm.ned. Rvcrything considered, there i no Which I will makr up In same methods can bo brought to bear her way several times, her clothing tremely fur several dajs ono of hit eye in J at the f.nwfl I'rlrtHi. I hart permanent. loca.nl In Manlord, ami all I aak la a trial. Pat I tact ion fuaranlffj la tlttf loaUnrt or do a. that were used hy tho Republican wa in rags, her shoes were gone, but balls burstout...H. f. Clark, of Da real ground for any great discourageWe thall certainly wiu tho managers in Indiana and Ohio ? Cau her cuurage remained undiminished law, ment. viess county, Ky., nnd brothcr-iCutting and Hepairing Neatly and Promptly Done. the great Statet of New York, New until n few evenings ago, when, foot- Cuhular Tewmj-- , Henry Goodnight Presidential election. Let no DemoThankful for pat brora, 1 hope, hj atrltt al toot Ion to Itualnraa, to merit a rontlDuanct of I hi tamt. LouJersey, Connecticut, California, Col- sore ami woary, tho fuuud herself at and Mr. Neild, all the last nam crat entertain a doubt of that. Very RpwtruH, alVljr H. C. RUPIXY. orado, Nevada and New Hampshire L'haretin, whn the tank down in the ed of Uoylo county, arrived here the isville Democrat. be bought, intimidated and defrauded? streets, overcome by her tuOerings, past season, reside near tho writer, K.nqlasd's 100 tox Gu.v. A suc Rvcn without the voto of Indiana, exhausted from want of food, exclaim and are doing well. Mr. Neild is an cessful trial of England's 100-togun which wo believe will be redeemed in ing faintly, "Mon Dicu, I can go no uncle of jour funrer foreman, C. S. was mado Septemlier 22. Loaded November, with New York and New further." Mother and child were d I frequently meet with R. with til pound of pebble powder (in Neild Jersey ,aud the States that are conceded to tho Police Station, revived, T. Cabbell, n former resident of Casey cube inch) it drove a 2,000 pound to ut, including Maine, the eliclion of warmed nnd tended, after which the county, but fur the last ten year au projectile 45 feet into a sand butt. our candidates is assured. Kor woman related in a few simple inhabitant ot Texas. Hy industry nnd The velocity of the prujeclilo was 1, The Republican party have put in words her touching story, seemingly economy he hot becomo in possession 6oG feet a second. a a nomination fur President and Vice astonished that those who listened to of a fine farm near Milford, in RIlit "I'm on the press 1" Bald John Pul- President two men who, by thendmls- - her thould havo been moved to ex- county, and tho only serious charge liam.as he folded his girl in ono sweet tiuii of their own pirty and prc, aro press admiration fur her conduct. against him now it that he still "walks embrace. "Well, that't no reason why unworthy of your confidence and jour Kindly persona ollered the woman the the world alone," being too close fisted you should pi Ihe form I" the replied, It impotsiblo that 50,- - assistance and shelter her forlorn po to thare his fortune with a better half. tuHragcs. It ns the her tumbled collar 000,000 of intelligent and patriotic sition required, but her absorbing Many acknowledgments due the and pinned up her hair, which had peoplo will consent to placo themselves thought was to obtain news of tho Rev. J. A. Hogle for complimentary come undone. upon the humiliating level thus pre- man fur whom sho had travelled so notices of the writer In the past, and Fresh pork season is here, and with pared for them hy the Republican far. Tiie Police Commissary under- glad to see a general call made fur him it comes the time when man, that is took to satisfy her on this oint, and to become a candidate, for School managers. Fellow citizens, tho first daj't re a few hours later tho learned that he Friend Itagle is a true born of woman, is of few days but full of trouble. GIagow pulse at Gctljtburg ended on tho 3rd whom she had walked so many leagues friend to the cause of education, and very with Hancock in tho front in a glori to see had expired in tho Hospital if chosen no better selection could be Times. a hours before her ar- made. ous victory, and that victory secured ward twenty-fou- r II T. Sarah Bernhardt left Havro for the Ma London livening Standard. rival. ut tho Union. Time as Pr.EAciilNei. Tho Louis- United States, Saturday. mm The question it not now the preser I'isi: I.1M..V. According to the ville nxpositiou management made a rilOH.SMOUL. vation of the Union, put of coustitu llmlding Aries, a piece, of fiuo linen sad mistake this year, when it gavo tional government. Hancock is now has liecn found at .Memphis contain- out its advertising to a newspaper BW BRt.rklNBID41B.BB. K. J BBkCKINktlHlK.JB. as then in tho front. Tho repulse, is ing 540 picks to llio inch, nnd it is agency. This agent only placed the IJHKCKI.NltllKIKAIinnCKIXIIIIKlK now as then the omen of a victury card of tho Imposition in papers that recorded that one of tho Pharaohs cent which will secure to coming generato tho Ljdiau King, C'rccsus, a corse- would take it for half price, so that ATTORNEYS AT LAW, tions the inestimable blessings of civil agent HTAM'tlHI), ItV. let made of linen wrought with gold, the advertising liberty. OH RE ON IANCA8TI.il BT. each lino thread of which was com could pocket the other half hence Hy order of the National Democrat : posed of ,'IGO smaller threads twisted many of the best papers of the State ic Committee. W. II. IUiinum, I together. Tho ancient Rgyptiau wovo wero not used, whiloall the out of the- - mllOM.VH V. II LI,, J I!., Chairman. a fabric called the "linen of justice,' way thects were honored iu consider- ATTORNEY AT LAW, rales. The result A Pot'UUK Kuitou. It it amusing or "justification." So lieautiful and ation of half-pric- o ICY. to hear some people talk about editors valuable was it that It was esteemed will show n material loss to tho Im- Will Mictlca In lha Curls ol lliia and a,1jolnlol Odu-rounttta and In Iba tvurl til Arfeau. Henderson News. acceptable ollering to tho position. have such au easy time iu the world; the most lllljr I.anralrr Mrret. a a only twu or three days of light work "Restorer of Life." A few hand Corn looses one fifth by drjisg, aud AS. II. DUNUl', in the week; make their money easier looms can still bo keen nt work in the wheat From this ono fourteenth. than any other class of men; can go Rasteru bazaars ot Cairo, tho cloth AT LAW, is mado that it is ATTORNEY tho estimate awny and splurge at any time, etc. woven In wiueii rivals in texture, profitable for farmers to tell uu DANVILLi:. JCY. color, and design the finest glass more Hut If they only knew tho real facts lh. CuurL of Ikiila an.1 In llie shelled com in tho fall at 75 cents Will how much hard labor is done by tho icreens of Munich. I ajllcll a hara trf iubll Ml Oourl of AMeaU. than at SI a bushel in tho following ruuatfe OAca ever Harris, Durham & lluolap a. midnight lamp when they are sleeping remains Anotiii.k M.vsronov.-T- he and that wheat $1.25 In Desweetly; how much of that work it of n largo animal, probably n masto summer, TAMtS (1. tilVENS, cember it equal to 81.50 In tho sucgratuitous, for which nut even thanks don, were discovered iu au old swamp ceeding Juno. In the case of pota- ATTORNEY AT LAW, are received; lion they arc misjudged near Hopcstowii.HI., September 17th, toes taking those that rot and are tl mill blltl KT, by people who willfully muconstruo Tho tusks are niuo feet long, tweutyCol-ore- d otherwise lust with the shrinkage, LOUISVILLE, .- -KENTUCKY. their writings; aud, lastly, how many tix inches iu circumference at the there is but a little doubt that beCullccttoDS rrvuii t poople actually repudiate their debit base, and weigh 175 pounds each, rrartlras la all llio Courts r tween October aud June the loss to mad. with them they might arrive at llio The Inner jaw with teeth is well pre the owner who holds them is not lets coucluiiou that the life of an editor it served. Tho teeth aro perfect, though T 8. A B. W. HOCKEIt, than 33 per cent. Grccuvillo somewhat woru. Ono weight eight not the easiest after all. a a Rcho. inches in pound, and it twenty-on- o The enormous apple crop in New ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Several of the leg Rugland has boeu squeezed Into to Tub WoiiUi'c) Wool Cur. The circumference. MTANPOlll), ICV. The much cider that the price of the fluid wool clip of the world hat iucrcased bones aro iu good condition. I Ille'e SUM. Offlca aver UeAlUlel five times since 1830, when it was thigh bone Is two aud a half feet long hat dropped to ninety cent a barrel. and the tibia three feet. Tho rib It is said that drunkenness is in conabout 320,000,000 pound hi weight. S. MYEKS, In 1878 the latest jear fur which and back bono are In bad condition, sequence far more common thnu usual. Ruropo nt the back of the animal was only A Justice at Wcstfield, Mast., when- ATTORNEY there are complete figure AT LAW, produced 740.000,000, River Plate, thrco feet below the surface of the ever n cider drunkard Is brought beHTAivr'oitn, icy. ground. fore him, lets the prisoner oil ou con240,000,000, United Slates, 208,000,. dition that he uill go home immedia 000, Australia, 350,000,000, and Thu RxronrATiov or Aitliss. Oma with JuJ, rblll In Iba South Africa 48,000,000 pounds, mak- Over 40,000 barrels wero shipped to ately and knock the heads out of the square. ing a total of 1,580,000,000. Great Kurojio from thit and other American cider barrel. WALLACE B.VAKHOK. T.W.VAKKON. Hritala and Franco cousumo each about port during the Jail week of Septem-tembcThe aucieut jibe against the jouug T. W. A W. K VAKNOJf, the tame quantity of wool 380,000,-00- 0 and largo quautilies are ex- lady who wat ouly "I'iscopal pious" pounds a jear. Germany pected to follow. It it a jear of ex-Ir- a it uow matched by the ttory of the ATTORNEYS AT LAW, about 105,000,000 pounds; Unilieariug iu most parts of this coun iuterestiug stranger at Camp Meeting HfANl'dllDi ICY. ted Statet 250,000,000 pouudt; and try, while in Rugland aud other parts who replied to tho usual question Custom-Mad- e Offlca la Court (Square. Russia, Austria, and other countries, ot Ruropo the apple crop U a failure. asked by a youug apottle of tho emo400,000,000 irauuds. It it estimated that half a million tional school : "My dear youug friend, OAM. M. HUHDETT, will be exported this season. have you got religiouT" "Oh I uo; Any one who is piecing n silk quilt, bsrrclt ATTOR N EY AT LAW, Two j cart ago a good apple year thank you I'm a Presbyterian " or expecting to piece ouo this Wiutcr, 33,000 barrels were thlpHil to Hu SIT. will be glad to kuow how to djo silk A high toned traveler itepied iuto Scientific American. or satin a beautiful old gold color. rope. ia lUMareatle auJ temporary depot yesterday, aud Hill I'raelUa bU the twuatlee au4 la Iba (3uurl Take green horseradish leave, steep "It vour progrnmiue full, Miss addressing one of the employes, re a4ululutallautlun g Ivcu lo eulbxtUtfie. ef Aels. biilal them in water, make attroug dje; af Hectic-crushe- r f" asked u youug mau marked : "Well this it enough to EK K. HUFFMAN, ter dimiiug the tilk or satin into the of a Western damsel who had just make a mule laugli. llio answer T dye thoroughly, wash iu soft soap suds; struggled out of the refreshment room wat rather too personal, perhaps, fur SURGEON DENTIST, Iron while damp, lajiug n cloth over with a ditupp)lutmeut in her eye aud tho railroad mau quickly leplled; ICY. the tilk. Thit should alwajs bu doue an "order ot dances" in her hand. "Well, why in tho thunder don't you OSUHoutb .Me Mala btrevl, Iwti iluwr abvve when ironing tilk or ribhou, even if "Programme full?' said the daughter laugh If you want tor Iba Mver. HoUl. it ha not been washed but simply of the setting sun, "Wall, I guess not I rureNltruue OslJe Uu eJwIuUUrwl aba. re quired These are the days when thu mau sponged. I liaiu t had unthin' hut a piece o cake with the shotgun goes out hunting and 1 "Would it bo too much trouble fur and au ico cream, an' that don't go C. MOUOAN, I). D. R, I gets back with a bad cold. Then Dr. me to usk you tor your turu T I'm lu fur towards fillin' my programme, ' Hull' Cough Syrup takes Ihe place of DENTIST, a hurry," luggetttd oue man to an- can loll jou." YKA1U. A VllklTTllUlXVU. HV TttkNTl the gun every time. . .. .: "Certainly other iu n barbershop. "Now," aunt the sihuul Iru.leO to Kb a U(ul IVtsUI 44U.sIUltM, Sv4t a4t..t a itatik. 11m Mill alttrlkl Mub IsUMUlr A couctry exchange says: "Mr Lv ui tat lal.ia.ia;.MIs instil arey H not," responded the other waiter- - an applicant fur u situation, "wekuow t uliiaMMa, lAlMUuti nuaiwttiiw mil "but I'm Jung liuigal togo.li ilurns, (Imt a bo mulil i0Ht!,biU wLat vte ,Kiuitli etliibittil n ulr of fine rulvis tut-- IkM'iua lu Vi lIU (Haifa folia Ihlnl rtKlnuul lUiill A!') Jlwlrl, MaJii M MaatWii, ky " ' wsnt to know Is, why U lliey vowels?" nt Ins fair. Hon U I clve It l ( Msjt u: JOHN H. ORAIG, WITH WHOLESALE DEALERS IN SHI PLE Y, CRANE &CO. BOOTS JL2STJD SHOES Cincinnati, Ohio. HI. O. iETJIlPILsTirS" Merchant Tailor, MAIN STREET, STANFORD, hi TER & LYTLE. We secured before the advance in Woolens a Large Invoice of i Etc., and offer at Low Prices HTANI'Ctl, I 60 Bolts of Jeans, 1,000 yds. White & Col- ored Linseys, 1,000 yds. White Flannels. & n Our stock of Fall Prints, Bleached and Brown Cotton and Furnishing Goods is Very Attractive. Boots and Shoes from VnilNON.Ki. the Best Factories in the West have been received for the Fall Trade. HTANrtllll), "We make a Specialty of Ladies' Fine Shoes. f".";.v New Trunks just received. )u McALISTER & LYTLE. & Iiq lienor Journal. Friday Morning, w HiiMfTiVRtinif, John rierni tho f"H"tti"P reported In have language inn certain speech "Ami knl to surrender all now rott arc you hive done into the hands of Wade October 22, 1SS0. Hampton and the Ku Klux, ami tho i nmrw Hint with, nt r d.wiM tiI ir. r. mm littlo teirment in tho North that it lUlltor called the Democratic parly." As ir.t.ro.v, soon as this fell under the eje of SenDEMCWTO TICKET, ator Hampton he wrote to Sherman ron rnrai iB.tT, and asked if he was correctly quoted. Sherman replied in n half denying, evasive manner, to which Hampton rejoined that linco he did not aliso- Intelr denr the lanciiacc. he was compelled to pronounce it false, ami, further, that Sherman knew it was fftlte wl.rn lie uttricd it. eudine his pni.il uiih ilie siiMiifiennt words : "1 can lie fitind hereafter In Columbia, S. C" Sherman made a weak reply to this, and then gave the whole, to the nrcw. s.i as, he tald, to let the public judge lietween While not an advocate of them. duels, we aro firmly ol the opinion that the Republican speakers tlmuld lie held strictly accountable lor tluir Itine charges against gentlemen, and wo are clad that the gallant old Wade has shown that ho does not intend to Iks run over rough shod. The Repub licans are trying to use the corrct' pondenco as a big campaign docu ment, alleging that if the Democrats aro successful there will Iks a return to tho "plantation manners," as they call it, but they will not bo ablo to convince honorable men that because a man lives in tho hated South he must sit calmly down and allow every Northern slanderer to villify his good ane i name. All nan the gaiiani Clirrtsnn by their success in Indi ana, tho Republicans ot Kentucky have grown bold, and will actually nominate a candidate for Congress at Dauville to night. Col. W. O. Ilrad- ley teems to ho the choice of the par ty, hut he is unwilling to run, nud it is likely that Judgo George Denny "will be induced" to mako the race. There is no danger whatever in their nominee, whoever he may be, beating our man it the uemocrata win no their duty, but there must be no lag ging in the ranks. We understand that all the money needed to buy votes will bo furnished by the North, and that desperate means aio to be resorted to to carry the District. We urge upon the Democracy, especially in view of the late gains made in Congress by tho Republicans, to organize thoroughly in every precinct and see that tho full voto of the party is cast. Our Little Phil :s the peer of any Republican in the District, and he must and will lie returned to Congress. GEN.WINFIELD S.HANCOCK, OP rr.SS8TLVAIA H)u vies rrttaipns r. HON. WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, OF INDIANA FOB WW OtIMlHtt, Simtiel .1 Tdden. who was ( elected President 'bene I'nitrd Statu and then In bo swindled out of it by a thieving nnd un scrupulous parly, i the moit sensible man of tho present day. He has shown It repeatedly, but not to a greater extent than when he advised tho Democracy of New York to give His folJohn Kellcyall ho wanted. lowing, ho said, is small, hut it is needed to carry New York for the Democracy in the Presidential election, and that it ol far moro importance than any local consideration. "His reasoning was," laid Col. W. C. P. llreckinridgc, who was talking to a I. --J. reporter, "that if with theas- sislance uf Kcllei a Democratic) Presn alb-we- II' HON. PHIL B. THOMPSON, JR, op irr.crn. the fnnfttritlHnl f vmifltfre. KrANMnii, Ivy., Oct. 22, 1880. To the County Commillen trio arr, tH Virtue of Their Office, itembtrt tJ Gex-tllmeCuiitmittce: the Qiiijn-MionnIt hat Ucn ascertained that llie ltqiiiblicnns intend to nominate a candidate for Congress at Dan- ville to uigtit, TIio postponement of ttich nctbn liy them till to short a timo before the election it evidently done fur the purpose of dodging a of the public issues of the day, their dependence being entirely in the "still hunt" plan of conducting a can-var- a mid the liberal life of money furnished by llio Republicans of the North, who, encouraged by their ,uc-cc- st in Indiana, have promised to tup-pl- y any amount necessary. There is but littlo need uf fear that such a rourto adopted by them could win fiom us this District especially when e have as true, tried and competent a standard bearer as Hon. Phil 11. 7 ident could be elected, then Kelley would sink out of sight as a President maker; for with the 1'edcrat machinery in the hands of the Democrats, the doubtful States would lie no long er doublful.and tho vole of New York would not be to essential to Demo cratic succcsa." If tho Democratic lenders in general would draw more ol their ideas from tho Sago of Gram mercy Park there would not lie to local contentions, many deplorable which seno to divide the parly on matters of moro moment. of tho National Republican Committee, in telegraphing his congratulations to "old 329," said that the result of tho Ohio election was a complete refuta tion of the slander upon his (Gar field's) good name, which has been tho entire stock in trade of tho Demo Tho "slanders,'' cratic campaign. such as Mr. Jewell chooses to call them, are nothing more nor less than the publication of tho roport Investigating Republican of the committee, which found that Garfield got $320 in dividends from the Credit Mobilier business, notwithstanding he swore that the money he got from Oakes Ames was a loan, and that the 45,OCO he tcok from the DcGol )er payment concern was a sale of his official influence nnd a bribe of the worst tort. Convicted of perjury and bribe-takin- g by his o n party, it is rather thin for Mr. Jewell to term n recital of the facts "slanders," and if the Republican party can support a man with such a record, it adds another proof ot its own rottenness and infamy. point iu Wilmington, Del., it was aro the heaiet, that 1,190 more peoand six ple voted than were entitled toby the fired upon from a house-toseriously wounded, two of ccutut. With to much money and person whom will probably die. Had the so much repeating, is there any wonprocession been Republican and the ilriuc occurred iu the South, the bloody shirt thriekcrs would have put up a howl that would have discounted a field full of suffering canines. Jtut then it was in the loyal North, you know, and of course it ws all Hon A M. Swea-- , of Islington, waa billed to rak at thia place yeatrntay He la said lo lit a good rerrnue officer, and can male a good speech. The cold ware reached here Sunday. There were heavy froala on Monday and Tueaday moinlnga, Wedn.aday the mer- JOS. SEVERANCE. JAS. DUDDERAR. cury Ivgan to gel on ita lega again. Tom Turner haa a National reputation aa a "working member" of Congre He ia the friend nf the peoph, and attend, to their interests. Kerry Democrat and every other honcal man ahonhl vote foi him. Next Monday ia tVmnlr Court day. -The Magistrate will lie in allrndince, and after the sitting of Ihe County Court, the Court of Claim, will conernr. There will tie a large crowd in town, aid il ia quit probable that aome Democratic mu.ic will be heard. Mr. W. F. I'earee, a "gay and lovely" Cineinnatl drummer, waa here thia week Judge G W. MrClure and Mr Willi. Thompion,Jr.,butiti$ourdutytolcave Griflin are in Loui. ville thia week, reprenothing undono to bring out a full senting the Ml. Vernon Free Maona in Democratic vote. Therefore I tug-geMr. J. 11 Crooke, of the Grand Lodge that you apioint tub committees Greenwood, Ky., Ia v tailing Ida brother, C. in cadi precinct, who will labor to Crooke, 1 I'ine Hill Mlaa Maggie Ad- arouse the people to that end, anil' am, accompanied by her brother, W. (I. the importauco of the hour. Local Adama, Mr and Mrs. W. M. Weber and Harry and Gertie Weber lift for louts-vill- e should be put to work and speaker Itoy White, of ltich lut Monday every honorable means used to roll up mond, haa eeen once or twin thla n majority even greater than was week in lb neighboihood uf ML Vernon. Sometime since, the Patterson (N. given in the District iu 1878, when .. He bream rerr IeW when he waa J.) Guardian published nn interview it was over 1.T0O. A thorough orMun-del- l, . Mru. Itrn C. Neat and 11 with Gen. Hancock, in which he was ganization will accomplish this, and of Somerset, were here laat Sunday so made to say that tho tariff was a local )' - and David Thorn n arr In the if it has not already been effected, I city this week buying gnuda Capt. Dill questiou that tho government seldom trust that theso suggestions will be at Mori,of Ixui.rille, and Mr. Farwood, cared to interfere with. Tho inter once acted ou. ot Cincinnati, were "drumming" the Ml. W. P. Walton, Although in his letter accepting viewer now states that he was misVernon inerchanta Wednesday W. C. Chmii. Deni. Coin. 8th Con. Dii. tho nomination for President, Gar- taken iu the language used by the Mullin, ia taking In the Kail. City thia week. Tii.dk.n's plurality over Hayes in field declared strongly against Chi Gcneral,and made a blunder in quoting next. La.l week in Unclei'lte waa attended At the meeting of the Grand IMlge New York in 187C was C3,0Gi). Then nese immigration, Chairman Ihirnum from memory that which was not in refused to be interviewed of Itoyal Arch Maaona at Lou'arille thia with ila usual event, a homicide. For Hancock has on tho tariff question the other day, tended fur publication. Tammany was in the dumps because has found a letter written to the head week, the following were elected officers: some time, one lien Young, a auppoacd fuof his nomination; now the same of an Rmployera' Union at Linn, since expressed himself fully oa the in the which he showed that ho was W. LaUue Thomas, Dinrille, (Irand High gitive from fustic, hat been hiding in Ihia tariff question in a publiihed letter, wise as a serpent, if not as harmless 1'rieal; It J. Lauhlin, of Webater Coun county. Ilia place of concealment waa clique is unanimous for Hancock, and Mass., iu the following language: hollows wl ich h but we hope the General will stop tho certainty of his carrying tho State House ok IttrnrjirjTATi ex, at a dove. Silence is tometimes golden. ty, Deputy Grand High 1'ileat; II It thought to In one of the Wahiinutov, D. C, Jan. 23, 18s0 J writing letters while lie has the repuFrench, Ml. Sterling, Grand King; I'.. M. lead into upper ltound. lone, either the nnd of his election isnbly shown by Grttiul Iteiitvrrntie iiallunll Arouiitl Falrlelgh, Hopklntrllle, Grand Scribe; J. llig or Ihe I.itile Hunicsne. Several atDear Sin. our In relatiun In llie the llrooklyu Eagle, which says that Chinese problem came duly to hand. I tation of being the champion writer the II. leathers, Iuiarille, Grand Treasurer; tempts to rapture him had been made, of the tverld. Uf dirtction of the Democratic Kiecu- if the registration already effected in lake it lint the question of emi'lorea Is but without avail. He wa accused of tire Committee the following gentlemen J. II Itranham, Iuiiarille, (irand the two great conservative cities in- only a question of prirale and corporate murder in Hell county, so the reports go. The Hon Franklin Landers, the will addrcM the citizens of Lincoln county dicate any thing, it indicates n major- econoniT, and individuals or Cuuiianiea W e. are beaten; we are overthrown; but Last Wednesday night a ;ua from Democrat, who was so badly at the following places, on Saturday, the over tocllecl Ida capture. ity which may reach 100,000 for lure tlie right In liny labor where they defeated in Indiana, has become dis HOlh day of October, 18S0. at 2 o'clock, ar not destroyed. The diaaater we hare experienced may yet bo retrieved Han- They were coming down ltound. tone and Hancock. Siuco 187G the population can get Itcheajiest. We bare a treaty gusted with politics and has announced r. m will, iLeCMneae government which .huiiM At Crab Orchard T. W. Varnon, and cock la not a Tilden In ability; but he ia a had reached Ilia road leading around the in the two cities has increased a quarIns intention of retiring to private be religion.! lejit until ila provision, are good, true, patriotic man, of strong com field near the widow I,ambert', when they M. C. Saufley. ter of u million, and their voting pop- abrogated by the action of the General life. i e wish ho had made this de V. Hill, W. O. mon senae. He baa algned and written In auddenly came on Young, who, mounted At Waynebtirg-- T. ulation lias iucreated by at least Government; and 1 am not prepared lo termination before the Indiana elec Welch and James A. Harris. the forma of onlera, aa ia believed some of on a horse with hia wife behind him, had 50,000. A week ago tho State was sar that It should be abrogated until our tion, and then tho Democrats could At Hu.tontllle W. (). Hannford and the iiiikI admirable eaaara on civil and mil alarted to make hia eacipe. He waa called OHIO. & Cor. itary authority ever laaued or coniwed by on to halt and give himself up but he re- S. reasonably certain to give a majority great manufacturing Intereate are conaerr-e- d not have shown their utter incapacity M. I). Hugbea. in the mailer of labor. Very truly. to cope with a cunning enemy, by Warren and J. K mortal man. He never took a bribe. Pure, fused. Putting tpura to hia horse, and At He I.lck-- It. or 50,000 for Gen. Hancock. Does (utriolic, and good, he la a fit man for drawing hia platol, he attempted to daah Jawih A. Oakiii.lp. Hocter. anybody believe that a change of your, nominating a man who had boxed tho Xew York Sun. President. throufh the crowd. Aa he passed on of this doesn't settle Mr. Garfield's At Wldle Oak School Home-Wall- ace 5,000 in Indiana is going to change political compass as olten as he. We K. Varnon and It. W. Hocter. There were 't,nV),Ml teller, and pack- the poaar, a man named Johnson, the latter hash in California, wo would like to ! 50,000 otes in New York the Stato gite our consent, which of course is At Italian Smith's School Huuc J.W. ages received at the Dead letter Office the threw the niunle of Ida double barreled know why, as there is uo doubt of the I which has not a tinglo interest that is last fiacal year. Of thla number 2,700,000 abot gun again.t Young'a breast and pulled AuHfuun Ua vlb to Mil into Alcorn and Judge K. W. Drown. needed, for Mr. Landers to go rltttlf ftitt authenticity of the letter. Tiflur Muw riutlia villiMitlh AhIiibuii- becauae the trigger. The gun waa heavily charged At Hlghland-- W. II. Millet, Jno. M. were sent from local not interwoven with that of every lt Mtwhcr. IWlUintJ his hole and draw it in after him. Th rbrtbr itsJ fjittlM art al Ttjknr Itititti buck-sho- t. unclaimed; 200,000 held for At the rrport, Young who contemplate a visit 202,- - with To tiiosi: 'lage; Philipa and D. W. Vandereer. Stato from the Potomac to the Gulf tMJtii Brw o4 lartwl orxlvr. Will Mil ibnu vtrr tele An idiotic correspondent STANFORD, KY., On Monday night, Nor. 1st there will be 000 were mimlirectcd, 30,000 bore fJclittoua tumbled oil" Ida horse with a dozen mortal l briis, it (t vu w( aa ttrmm New Jersey and Con to Virginia we would say that uo of Mexico? 417.1m J.N. A II, M.IIUIK1.H. hunfwra. Ky. pleasantcr time could be selected than graphs the Cincinnati Commercial that a grand parade of the Lincoln county Han- addrtnaea, and over 0,000 were not addreaa wounda in hia vltala. He died in abort necticut share in political sympathy cock Club, a torchlight procemion at Stan. edatall; 20,001 letter' contained draft., time. Juhnaon aurrcnJered himself to the which will be if the Republicans can have half a with New lotk, and the first named during the Stale Fair, few daya aflerwarda. checks, note', Ac , of the face value of 31,- - authoritiea chance, Kentucky will send Republi furd and any number of abort seeches, State has stood firm again and agaiu held at Richmond for five das,bc-giunin- c (120,217, and 20,204 contained money, FriJay, I am informed, Ida trial waa had I'y order of the Committee. October 2Clh. The Pair can material lo Congress. Why dont amounting to $19,133. Moat of the prop- before KMpiirca Cook aud Taylor. There T W Hioniaca, Ch'in fur tho conservative party when even they, then? There is uo intimidation were no attorneta present. The Magia erty haa been rrturned lo the ownera. New York faltered.' That these thrte itself is n grand affair, and iu addition xoTK.n ivi'K s at the polls here. Every Republican Di'patchea from LaCroMe,Wia of the trates decided that he was guilty, and KY. Slates will vote on the tame tide this to that,representative men and women him to give bond in the sum of can vote and have his vote counted as A French ship brought $7,K(,000 In 17lh aay the atorm all along the line of the ) car may bo said to be conceded by from all over tho Stato can be seen, cast, and it is all tho basest $2uO lo await sn Indictment by the grand ! gold to the S. Monday. boutliern .Mluneaota Hallway la Ilia sever both parties. Certainly Hancock has and a correct idea of the present char He give the laiml and was dia. Chattanooga haa delivered to the Cin est known In years. The uiwiigrr and jury to talk of not having "half a cliauco with Garfield fur tho acter of the people formed. The freight trains along Ihe line were blockad- charted an even chance." Rut tho idea is to leave the cinnati Southern the $100,000 promised ed in snowdrifts from ten to twelve feet MRS.WARREN& MRS. BRUCE six electoral votes of California. Chesapeake A. Ohio R. R , a trip upon the completion of the road. flnllrill Jlirtlnu. impression in the North that Repub leep, and teaiua with provl.lona have been The ermont Legislature hat The Central Kentucky Mnlioal Hajfs was given that State in 1870 which road it alouo worth the time licans nre bulldozed hero. Have euocluJeU I reniala la Ilia Mllllneir tail-iraTO OPENED IHE PUBLIC FES, .2:.,-l.7Lterually ed (leo. P. I'JmonJ. to the U. K. Senate diapatchtd to Iheir relief from aeveral met In the OJ.l Kellowa' Hall In thla Mllll anj Hum l. blug to buy aalblng la Ilia liy a majority ot !,i,is, and it was and money, btcauto uf its grand and u.i, Mm will ttll ticked be damned a man who cm lie so wil by a vnt ot 20:1 to lGforSmilley the Vim point'. All cilta weal of Falrmount nre cilr on WcJneaJar last, at 10 o'ilix.k a, romantic tcencry, shown by a committco of tho House tilled with anow hard ucked. I'eporls of H.,wilh Dr Alcorn, I'rraMenl, In the Chair. oeratlo nominee. fully aud so meanly. of Representatives that .1,000 Repub from Cincinnati lo Richmond at the A .now alorui that covered the ground cattle, how, Ac., having peri.hed arecon-atantl- y The oiilng aier waa rea.l liy Dr. KliouU nut fail lo eall ua Ibem at I be roou fur- low price of 815 for the round trip. And mow they aro talking in his received, but no hxa of human life lican voles were illegally cast In a Orchard, on Duodenal Catarrh, wtrlr uwla. antiturvgaiirrv, urt of an inch fell in Cincinnati , District of trjing to mako Judge on the l'.Mh. This waa two weeka eailier yet reported. It U the wor.1 atorm erer ita Cunconiltaiita ami Treatment, which waa ."ll-- . .1. N. Crulu'as Mtasi-aitingle Congieuional District in San Jusr at ture m election day shall known In Southern Minneaota and 1'aat-cr- n listened tn with tinsels Intereat, anj farora-hl- y Kuulb HJ. ut Mala Blreal, Hlaufonl, Kr I1l-Iyear. brancisco iu that )ear. OEM arrive, just to sure do wo believe that Hargis U. S. Senator. If his friends than It came Dakota, ao early in the seaaon. liy aereral members. are teusiblo they will let well enough cuinnirnlrd The Maaona In Grand Lodg at liula-vill- a Hut if, Gi:.ni.uai, Hancock is not at all Hancock will he elected. John Hurt, a negro charged with the Then a lamhllng delist enaueil UKn III hare found that their tirand Treasur Hiititilal AuuuiiiiiiotlutloiiN At it should be decided that alone, aud allow Mr. Hargfs to do the dispirited over tho Indiana result, but er i abort about $7,000. Mr. A. 0. Hodges murder of Mlaa Van Meier In Fayette two diseasta tfcullar to children during th t'or.luil we nre to have four jcars more ol State soiuo service in tho high office fit-I-t confident uf election. One Stato '1'ruvolurw. ia the gentleman In arrcara. yeara ago baring been carried before the Summer month, and during Ihadlacue-alo- n to which he hat bceu chosen. All A fire brute out In the cotton wharf at Federal Court at Liulerille, waa returned a close onu at that lost to the I)e- Radical misrule, there is one thing of width the fact was eh cited that fVIMM'OUU, KY. hit time, tilt the present session of the Charleston, 8, C, Saturday and raged for to thla city Fr of Charg. The Deputy Marahala d.Ktora do differ, anj wc suiiiiose, will mocrucy by the importation of ne certain, as the old fellow said, "we Court uf Appeals, ho has devoted to three days, dealroylng cotton and other notified the County Judge that they could continue to differ in Judgment wlill.t "Mfe groes, by bribery, falsehoods, and oth- can live in hell as long at the next defending himself against the most roierty to tht amount of hold him fifteen miiiute', and If he waa not ia limit, art long. oiorllunllr Heeling, WITH A rULL 00EP8 Or TEA0HEES er outrageous meant, should not man." Hut there Is a way to avoid Iter, John O. Penny, of Ithode Island re-- a rrwted In that time they would releaae cxneriuient alliwry, Judgment dltScult." The Democrat! have ouly to serioua charge ever brought against a Democrats, but should it. frighten true ia In jail for burning hia own dwelling to him. Aa aoon aa waalble the warrant waa These are the first words of the Medical Judge. I hi. lasllluUnn will stimulate them to a renewal endeavor march boldly up to the polls, at they and and Hurt was the wise IIIocratea; they mads the Inaurance, which was Indiana doesn't always vote in No- obtainthan lbs property waa worth. $.1,000 placed out, Jail. The indictment under Aihoriama of as a algiilfiaiit aign at the In to maintain the purity of the ballot did la 1870, and afterwards demand were t down more ITH ELEVENTH SESSION, their rights, and, it need be, enforce vember like she does in October. For The total State I:bla aggregate $233,- - which he waa tried was qua.fied by Judge iorch of the benevolent acitnee of healing box and the erituatlou uf a governin October, 1872, Hon. 723.0HI, of which the Southern Statea owe Ilirr, becauae the exclualon of negroeafiom more than COO yeara before Ihe Chllatlan them. They can, if they will, put instance, ment by the people, instead of allowThomas A. Hendricks was elected $113,067,243. The total radiation of prop lh Grand Jury thai Indicted Hurt. He lira, and thcr remain still a very wise test. ing it to drift Into the hands of an the Republican cohorts to rout. baa once been under sentence of death for Neat came a Voluntary Contribution by i.M).ii()MvviNSKnKaiii:it,.Kxr. by a good majority, while erly in til Hit Statea ia $10,2tl,5M,O.S. Do not allow ourselves, Umperor. that the Republicans Governor is hud Dr. Carjienler on Acuta Catarrh of the Tht fearful wind atorru that awept the same oflenae. iu JSovcwberof the same year Grant E. Democrats, to bo discouraged, but rt tpeut over a million dollars, the most a iaiier replete with Michigan Satordar, wrecked a Tne IVmocratlc Stato Committee Middl ear (ear-aclicarried the State. You seejou can't orer IaV il.I. TIIK HIUNIIIM or A your rights boldly and manfully of it in crisp new one dollar bills, Iu number of reaaela, toiong them tin Steam- which ia headed by Hon. Will. If. I'ngllah facta resiiecling the uiodern treatment of always sometimes tell about thee thla affection, and about th lmK)rtanc er Alpena which went down with ila cargo haa laaued an adJreaa which cloaea aa the State of ludiaua, aud it is further on election day. things. EN0LISU COURSE Old "Wecslluimn you not to relax any of which Ihe laity have so Utile definite un- - TH0110UOH i of silly human being.. Saturday night, while a Dem- said, on good authority, that in thirThe Indiana election returns in full Th J sererent ltsilroad war ever known of your I fleets, l'ul new life and energy derate ndiiig. teen Republican counties, where gains afvtUtfbl(M wll u ocratic parade was lowing u certain there was no 1'rom a luiaaiiiirehensluii la raging in Chicago and St. Loui. Tick- Into your county and townahlp organisa Malsiiali. Jmvi.ll, Chairman throughout. John W. PlaneD, a wealthy farmer of Tub Covington CbmmoiinWtA de- Mercer county, Kr , shot hi son-llaw, mands the withdrawal of I'ngtith and John flii.h, three tlmea 1'riday night. . and the 'httarstitntm-cf-sr.r.th- fr TMn rnr I'tKlrarMsfa-totKTarTtnTtho Presidential ticket. The sugges- wire had pine to her falhcta Pii.1i waa trying to force himself lntilliehoa- - when tion comes n littlo too late. Swap- alml. horses in the middle ot a ping Amither fearful aceldefit eweurred on stream is a dangerous business, and the O. A M. bridge U I out. title thla week. the mere proposition, by a Democrat- A telegraph repairer named Arehy Kilic paper, nf such a thing hut furnish- ler, from Cin.innall, lent his f.itlng while attending to hia ililliv and fell a hundred es campiign material fir the Repub feet to the rocky !ed of the below, licans, l'nglijh was not our first, or, mangling blm into a shapelma liver maaa. for that matter, our second choice, Two Madison county ltenublican, Jnhn prior to the Convention, but ho is Hall and (leorge (liinalead, celebrated our choice now, and, by the eternal, the Ohio anil Indiana elecltana br getting drunk and shooting ofl some old mualela. ho will bo our next Vico President tlrinatead, with Ida brain adlrd with whia-kTown Attounkv W. II. Lucas aimed at Hall, thinking no doubt that admits that he has compromised with ha waa a d n Democrat, and snallervd Ida the liquor dialers and gamblers, but arm. One hundred and rlerka are that he received blackmail from them, constantly employed nlnetr paring the cenaua is false. This simple nsscrtion wont enumerators. Over eighteen thoiuatid do. Mr. Wcathcrfords word, we imhare already been paid in full, the agine, is at good, at least, as Mr. Lu- amount of the di.buraenienta Wing one cas', nnd nothing but an investigation million and Gfty thouaand dollars. A ought to satisfy the people ot Dan count of the tnhabilanta la an exwniTe luxury. ville. Owing to the long continued drouth, The present House of Representa ltichmond, Va, la Ihreatenrd with a water fives is made up of 149 Democrats, famine. Several large indiialriea, including a number of tobacco faetoilea, hare ahHt ISO Republicans and 12 Greenback have gained down In conpicnce of the eeareily of ers. The Republicans water, throwing out of employment many ten members within tho last month or hundred of employe. Trouble ia appretwo, and unless the Democracy make hended If the drouth continue. gains in November, the standing of Iee Shryock. ca.li It r at the Turf the headijuartera of sporting and the next Congress will be close in turf-me- n at Loui.rille left for pitta undeed. known on wilh a largesunief monThe loss of tix Congressmen by ey belongingFriday to Walla oi Hughes, proprte-toratbc Democrats in Ohio will more than the Kxcbange. ll waa not known be made up in New York. In its pros till Tuesday morning that he had alvcend-ed- . The loaa will not rmuifrJ the conent delegation there are hut nine DemCongress cern. ocrats out of the thirty-thre- e A dlqiatclt from ltichmond, Ya., sar men to which tho State is entitled, grandeat Democratic but it is conceded that they will near that the large't and alreel parade waa held In that city but ly double their number in November. Monday night, that waa ever known in the It 19 the most foolish thing imagin State. The true Dlue there are awakening able for the Democratic party to lay lo the imKrlanceof the hour ami will not down its arms and surrender uicondr be aati.Ced with nst electing their ticket; tionally just because one doubtful they wtah to show how great Ihey can awell the majority for Hancuck and Kngli.h. State has gone against it. There is According lo It. II. Dun & Co'a. Comno cause for alarm, if it will awake mercial Agency, there hare been 3,170 a to the importance of the occasion. ao far this year, with liabilities of $l,010,182tga!nal 5,.T-'- 0 failure, and $.S1,. Ir is just ten days till the Presiden 0)1,010 for the ante time lat jeir. Of the tial election, aud if the Democrats failurea tlda J ear, 1,091 were in the Midwill go to work and continue at it till dle Slates with liabilities of $22,213,730, sunset ot November 2d, Hancock will white in the Southern Statea there were onbe inaugurated on the 4th of March ly Ml failurea will, liabilities of $..!,-721- . It f'mlMd it tcU'd, wht''h we d not Mieve will lie permitted by R just God. jmt so sure will Grant lie n candidate In 1JWI. SJmuld ho 1)0 elected tn n third term, our present system nf government, which is "tho liest government that the world Ctcr saw," will end, and nn Rmpcror will tako charge, instead of a President. d Klect Hancock, nnd our Institutions will continue, fraternal love and good feeling will take the place of hate and ill will between tho sections, and an cm of eace and prosperity will commence, such ns was never teen. tlsude '.in kler J.'uftm.ta'Miii .Vein. f !,,nir..rt ttip run it mte,-"n W thin hl prwleernr, and the ireiwril f tl pitri triil lie wilt lit Innajer lira! lrne will. pr Imitate 'lie The that 4. ISA miles of railroad hare twill In the la within a tlimmnd . H. thla year, whleh In 1871, when mileaof Iwlng aamneh lailrnad construction reached Its highest point. unanlmMMly Sanel Ox has nominated for smtiher term In Censjresa both by the Irrlng Hall ami Tammany Democrats in New York. In fast the lw factors hare agree.1 tn a f cundhlalea MftTfsSaierta len t lrt He Naiiopii i" in i I ner alir. KrpnKli. in. I,a i'.iwd in aitdreaa ami of In the frleiwta i f tltawral tlanr and lhe t'nion. taking Ihe (amM'tntirm in a Xatffmat eftltelr fort In hring mil In Ike ladla, onlhelrl ilny of November next, all wlm think Ihe aims with them ami with the Cnrwerralire mneernlaa; iVe lleymldle. They pmitesr a rrill"n of Ihe election nf IBM. The addle Male that in Indiana and Ordo large boilleaef fraudulent voter lla by were hamelea.ly hrnHghl ti the Iliairol managera, many eif whom fill posts in the pnhlle service and draw pay fmm Indian-- a the Treasury of the Prilled Stale poll ami Clnelnntll alene, at Ihe c bring lla, shewed an aggregate of rotea f the of Ihe two i!e!ted In Ihe balUt-lasidtle exceeding by nwe than '',000 the rensua return of the men of ruling age fn lr.elr popa'atlm. The Wicia lien chIm upwi the imp) tn e iltie forward and rieille with Ihem iw lal.ing by lege atiWrthli h of $ eweh n grral mpn.lar turn! fur ike defen.e of Ire polla. Tin p!e'a fund la In 1 regarded aa the levied by thrinselrra tn leep aereM to the nlsa in NoremWr free nil Seasonable Cfootfe AT U0GK-H0TT09I L'KICKS. Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves, Grilles, Coal Vases, Uods, Tongs, Kte., Ete. S& WITH TlU'SS-ltOl- s li th rail rsrlfallr Aala yaur allsallonwalth oeihaTmll-.- t Allackmsal, W aaerlla a 1 la lt. from fraud anil IWree--. AXI.i: ATT.MUIJai:vr. s are Mm Maora on inuuv.tsri.il. Judge Gen. W. McOlure ahlppe.1 from I Ida point lo liul.rllle N.t Monday on ear offal entile. A number tf rm.na lik advantage of tho low ralra and went lo liulaville la.l Monday to ae the Ktpoillon and ether sighta, ill, Irronii. a.lntaaaur Warm, wllla aall.fetorr results. TbeTr-ll.run, the eollra lanallmrili aala l foam eixltoea-- l tallftt Ilia flaretr Ilia slelaliilta ami I. fa.leoeil t a small ortarHial nul at lite bin- reerslarilia.kflaa, as I l ron.lmrlol Ihal IK xaalanaah, I a stirpofil by te tniall lti iraaea if rtt Iroa, hkb ar mi wfil bj ib Trti-Ia la iKmw tl railvar nitr rir Itcul tannlat till ar iunil hj th Un.jll.i rdf b r. Atl AllMhMit UHlM'fcr lb TTui-nll.lt -- hif.lbexrmcl.lf iMlflll MNiml ffHfl liitllllittirlMitrUM-.tMfriI H. tttl II bn itnit.1 tit with rarrw. MtlftMltHi - Mrwlf r wbk..fMa4 It W III g t f ti cf lhaH.il tMlinbTru-U- 0 Wn A fr trTlft vatMftJtti kekMHa, Itvl ,hf o..r II Ion. MN, tb Vtc on on l I hauM tl.l.ae rntvi n,a wiinnli laia mtin; a. Ann vj wb hntttir4 It MalHtrl ibI Uftl HW aa pttoi at tUxt hlMl. Villi U Blxl AllarKawnl lot Aala saversl hMrs,wa.laa.le Uearry t taaa l aa.1 aa than kMjl Vila wheal tut qalle a m Ualaal wllka wrlswnaalali.s mknMlaclarsralawag. Ua inalebr orilia lar..l wllb IhelraM- Wat. Inllut Males, al'.-liw- h X Kill. la Aujii.I. IS'r t... a,e .- twnsisiiiiww ;, I a (th Um (uwl-- f lm. U f lh TrinlUl, ffHsliM tht tMllfkl Mrill UrV Il or tMf II MftJ.-IJ.IM 9. lo .ngi U I Tb !,lhfrtml fatnrtrilttlr vlilcli m m l Ur ilarvj trill! l iJmth tjmba fr Hfc rtKbM, tsrllMftr . of irtnclk Wlllt. thatlra irtl JIM. rowivl Ur l tHKO. I. WK.1KKIV. SEVERANCE & DUQDE R Wo will bo found during 18S0 at tlio snnio old stand, bolter nroparcd than over to furnish our patrons with all kinds of trn Dry Goods, Notions, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Carpets, &c. At Lowest Prices. SKVKItAXCl. s Tlmnking those who liuvc stood by us generously in the past, uo promise to merit, by lair dealing in honest goods, oven a greater share or patronage titan over." k DUDDKHAU. Gahfilui SHDTWELL GLERIHEW& LOTHWIANN WHOLESALE tlrrlr. v Woolens, Notions and Hosiery. 4th Race Sts., a W. - CINCINNATI, If Commercial Hotel, ISTOTIOB Hilurr,4 Ij.t J. T. HARRIS, Propriotor. ST. ASAPH HOTEL, STANFORD or iitnr.y r r I. MILLINERY TIIOS.ItlCHAIlDS.rroii'r. oer at itKisoN.iiu.r. iiii!i:s: PARE, S2.00PERDAY. TRALLY LOCATED. Cuiiimurvlnl ovair liin Stanford Female College, Bbk6 Trauafrrd co MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. U. BURNSIDE, It Tropr. Last This and Woll Known Hotol Still Maintains its rfpht. give Porter a plurality of 7,141 over Landers, which it a Republican net gain of 12,109. The Congressional delegation stands eight Republicans to fire Democrats, a lost of only one der ut tho recent result T Tho Legislature, to the Democracy. facile pen of K. Polk Johnson Tin: ou joint ballot, is Republican by a is adding interest to the already live majcrlty of 12. ly coluinnt uf the Sunday Anjui, Hit It is estimated that fully 20,000 ilpoints on Kentucky Press ieople are amuiog indeed, especially when one legal votes were cast in Iudiana, and u personally acquainted with those lie that the State is good for llauoock by pivra away aliont 10.000 majority Iligh Imputation, ets are aold from the latter cilr to Omaha rla Kansia City at $7, and from Chicago to KanaaaCity at $1. In Cincinnati, Covington and Nw-por- t, 708,320 lantla of malt Ihpiora wcr made, during III laal year, aggregating 2l.'J57,tl.'0 galloua, agatnat 000,4 IU barrels, or lS,7"t,l10 gallmia I ha year before. Johu Allen, who raped a liltl nine, daughter of K1 Fanner, of 1'u- year-ollaakl waa tried till, weak a 1 ajutenceJ to Had ha Art years in the I'mllinliary. l.r won' I "" liny Imo rrn meaaurea In your power to bring out your full strength lu thepolla. Tht aamevote (Killed by ua In October, If lolled In November, will secure for us the blale. Tht average majority againat us at lh late election willnoleiieed 4,000. Thla maturity can, and in our opinion will, be overcome lu the l'realdential election, A change of three votea in each precinct will you bav a ffcoiuplUh. il. leader lu thla content who never aounJa a retreat, an I hi command, an army that tion, and tale all have aurrnilerH reiwrt fiom the section on rraetloil J I r. I i MUUIU. TUB lMNUUAUUU, UHAW cine, but at the January Hireling Ur. Craig, INU AND PAINTINU, Itt Proprietor it Determined that of this iilace. will male one uimn Ihe it Shall bo Second to no Country lirugreaa of this branch uf ihe healing art Hotel in tho State in itt In Ihe afternoon came an eihlbitiou of riiii.-iiAppointments, or Attenby Dr. new hooka, plates, instruments, tion to Comfort of their Questt. Dunlap, of Danville, and ul here, U TullUsa. liliraraiiM frwu IU lu 30 lit lit Aflir a harmonious tiaaion and a vute uf rrlwry(lXA, luiMktwillili taTlttrtil lhaaka In Ihe OdJ Kelhiwa lor the um of rtxiilar , W. aitsj UdlrtiUl, fsii. gaavare Mltlbaeaaiai1 UeaJrrea lhgpa their Hall, Ihe Association ailjounied to 14 (r, t'ift.rl-tuIrs areharte. as.lal errmMiSallee I lutel 111 Dauillle, lh I In nl Wednesday in lalawai.rrlatliaial.ra. 1 ba Mar at lilt I''. U IVnl, Ac., tUJrvtt Young, . (uf full rtlruUr,ats January, at which lime Dr alaa a..li4 vllh lb cbal.t.t of lancaater, will uwii th diaiiisalon by nuh. h r, iurim:AKT. rtiuriiuii braa4rl laaeraaat llaara. ta e,ealleal 1 1, art la altarbet. Introducing a nn "liitlaiiiallnn." iU(r4 Uwtslli.Vi. Kf lc MonmiATi: lre, i.r ' On M ulir Kirk vi M Wi Connie l'i I'.nghi ir,m I iooding til premium baaV for a 'iml rmwd In town, aalhe lirm weigh Ing g,70 mnml. al it rent ner I inn J. A era ar inoat fbrrmgh lbir rnah in eil Mr Ing. Alan iwrt a Mr bit nf -- fork m trrmemlim animal ami a. gneal prf Wr wondl l nMffn! If all llaae (Inrallng retard him. Mayavlll Kigh Ihe market whei are in arrrara wmihl let na lan th -l- rilllBTriWCol'RTl)AT -I- ODIot'1 A(nw WalKare'a Vitro t VwnMnallon ia October 82, 1880. ntonee at new . W neetl It teehllar Friday Morn Ins, rallle rrn lh market, finality good, all rM Mlleil lo apprar her on lb eeenlnta nf tbe rrAKim -- Oil. A. M. Hwop, tl rU. al rire ranging from 3 lo and Imt of Nnremlier. W learn thi! Mill, Mir iv ltAfii-MtTit,-'Pi roretgn CdrMtan Mlaatomrj So-il-y from JIOO loflM; iinbmke twn.yr-ar-ol.lajaeM eputillnn Rial tr4air,wlll arak On they give a vry HiierHir rnterlalnnvent. th Ilb, .Mr. ia In II a fib annual MwVin In twla-rlll- $M In (H; yMrllinr, $nf) tn $75; mil at Our Hall will I refitted by tint lime, ami Mon.hr In Neitemlier, Morgan IkiMln tn Mraa Kmlly J. (In to (Vrwn A IVitMa far frrli nyalr" her on lh taaan Krrett, nf Cincinnati, i $S to $00 ier brad) Mll.l nlgbl at lb klral waiitrvt lir liar. tkmm.e (Vfl oar. l'iwtl'Witoft riiimn plug horree, perjured In rarwirr them. Tn rerewt nf llr rVerrlary f IS tn $75, good riddle Inrae In demand Tie yonng ladle ami ctnlhmieri nf II . .MinnfiwT. ef tla WH' hlbrr, Mr. IL I'. rrrwhlerrt O.aii YniH, V. V. Ilawler. the threrlnK rrwhlrne HaerrlloMil mltwinti In liaglaml, Drnnnrk, fit from $100 tn fiat. taincwtT and vicinity ar rcmtrmrdallrag Trn TilnrANI wwn4 of raga nanlMl MM Afflrt, Irt" aenleneea! loon rear Itutmnk, Mr. Rlra Miller, or IIMnaw., and NtinftWIfJ. ly yrar MIm Malli Thearrragenrgrata net happy until nrginlilng n Uterary Ouli. Thh Itubank wrrr imllnl In mar-tlig- rranna arnt mrcy. iiurlng ll In lire A I hew r, N Y. I'rnllrnlhrr far I'm I. iti.fl nfwlmlnir class, prilljr, Mbm llxbihk ia a harrdwMM ami $11,114 wreirefWHil on nihionarlew, and be mrna a berawaml It mailer not general-I- f no dmibl will lh ma Ma on lh UrAiieli. irv rtrj rofilabl ami lit MelUlirrl A Wipe'. what manner of lirtrre II Iag. Owe-le- y pleaaant, and will perm tn vlta.ll la a intelligent lady, an) wo are Mr. Mil $l",nT In lie ii iiii ef weratilp. J.imh, ('aMirir AMI) Ha IT aiMtantlr mi TlIK TovtM IIai.I. Ifaa been lnwl lie ler IIT. I 8, MfFdray, lh new nf dkl not ditVr with hi oilier brethren rttf great extent onr baa wan a prre In Ike lotleer of llrV dermanl ami lun.1 t ()w.l. .V IHrrW. Ilea Dirretara far a term ef three In rraewvbllng atale of pnebrtr. Ma atari at. I .wiimn. Frkhy'a tire rnabylerlan ekHreh, pmcheil laat In tbla hankrrlng after Iran lleeh an I. Waiciiis ant Javrnlrr rrpnlml ami Ijilh-Inj- r W. V. Wallon at per ar. y(ng far blm twn Imahela of Cbwrter The ISlh waa In hex a day JeanieJ eofilalne the folloarlRfi Hnmlay to a lirjjoendlettf. Unlike moat Iinaght liy Ctrrnatill A lVrmr. haa commtneel ami a gitaranle la dried anlea. That night Ihe Iwrwrrnt in- to the ItrpttlilrMn, but we mn not re f School I tool a, 811 KuLLPlnrk anil "Ualnltht Mr.JohnU hhnU ami Mba Tae4iet Ik doe not ewmimenee bh) aaaJe tint aliall lr rra.lr IVnrlUet MrlUVrl llettlel. Marahal, of Crab Oreharrl, Ky, inon in aaiovriml lrritatlngtnncamlwarm to omoboily'a corn fieM ami il Ireing hi thi! il nrceaairlly fntlow that It wa an Ni'KxrLirt will par tl Ik operHNaf on December JOih. Harm roteat cecHianleil hr two liMk-bMnf frienda, Hpgradiutlr but ump Immnllalely tn firat efranre at setting crHMigh to eat far omlnou Indlmtlon nr ininapaeinna AQ9 lirrf liiglirat cx'li I'll" for hrtlr. Thc Soulhern ICailroai Cbiniwnr haa nwe.l thnwgh tkM city to JrwVraonrflie, hi work and lalka faat ami rarneatly. Ill ereral year, worked manfully all night far tl e Demeeralle pirly next month. A Mb-t- r Hi v mnr School Ilnnav, Matea ami eflort waa a very good on and 11 heitop-a- l ami next morning lay down and dint of nttniber of "tb 11 down ca.nlvra-bl- y naiwtal (larr-aburJunetlon Cltr ami a ami, after obtaining llrene frnen theOwa-l- y ImiI anitlMorL1iMMiili A lVoftr. when be got Ih remark, the feffnder In hope ami feeling, but we are glad Clerk, were married by Jaeelc) Keif-al- n Tor lVlhfaltt lltrranl UrsHtiljr liars roateflirr baa been ratabmhnl there wbleh mueli to ace that Iber are recuperating ami at hi ky parlor on Hnrlw Hreot file form! of blm wouM Irevr lata been iliibbajl "flare." KeMenllr the MalllU ItWPrfllr Liniuuil l,IMOI. bwtler. building up for a grand rejoicing in NoIVnnjr. people there are Irrlng to get aheait of bride looked relly ami the grnom hand-MinWe bar Jnat eauipleteit the rlntlng vember. and gallant In fact, Ihe bridal parllrllir&irtr;, Window IIi.au of all t and ilun of Wrelbr Clljr with her niinilieroiia Mmra of Ik Mlailtr ef the Irvine Anuifiallon, On Sunday night ilaulil tlikknraalbr llaarrr near llryanla-ville- , 'lt at tJtmi- ly did not reeni lo rare whetki I'macldngal Double Sptlnga laat SatIndia in whioh wa hold tbla yeara! I'ilot Krmh nit A I'rnnrV a few ntghia wrnt Tiir HrUTV 1'iMnra-- OI John Kran, of color, ahot ami killurday by Hev. Wm. Teyler Sabliilh- or net." Oinreb, In Madlwn O. )Ur N. Ik John-an- n School Wliil Im.1, (Hk, Vamlali, afo bar klllnl rtcrjlhlnr, liable to I Yealenlay there earn Contention al Cuba next Sunday ed (leorge flentry, alao of color. He came lo town two Wlmlaw (Haw, at ImtUmi Ut at l.lirn. HIM ami lb "eear ami yellow learr,' waa Mndrratirr and Rtd. J. (I I'armn up In Lanraalcr and gire himself Intn the week. couple nf young frinn Oarrard, anil A I'rnnrV ami A. 1 1. Williama, Clerk. The proceedarmakltto;a litlercrrrwbere ami lnirredlatrlr afhr Ibey got nil lb The Zarhary farm, lying on Jack' custody nf ShrrlfT lligginholham on MonWr nitAiiKTri! i.nr lllr-inliri- l ing atiow that there arc 1,310 nirmbera, O Uraneb, waa ntd Momlar mnrning Ire In the lhlrknr of train prorrwlnl to th Clerk' al auction hrre laat Sal day. We bar heard two reports, varying 1'atnt One In ipiallljr an.1 iltiraMllljr. wlmm were reerlred during the year nrday for $173. J. II. (looch wa the pur materially nearly half an Inch, waa furmetl In place, We do not I now which tu A Slate. of Ihe young men, Mr. Tliernlon lYcalAn of by and letter. The Aaawlaliun chaaer. credit. Ilia examining trial will be held I'Mittmmr, Tisllrl Smih, Ilatr, Nail Mr. It II. WtUllrVI telle u that he baa by name, In a badiful kind of a way, aak-Ih- e will lie Md next year at Koolh 1'nrk, Urnalira, atnl lIIrl attielra of -- Hancock and F.ngllah will prevail, for before Judge Duntap. F.ran will a ami IVmth Uerk, Mr. John Itlaln, far a marriage the nerval let of Mireihlaaml llohea for men. all ktntla at Chrnault A Jaekmu oonnly, romliienclng on Tnmlay the wlrra of W. K. I'crklna and Wlon be able to make a pretty strong defence, and be obeerrlng Ibat there waa women ami rhlMrrn thai baa erer been II. AM. II.SllAXKal.atr licfore Ihe lib Satunliy in Sertemlier J. I'ellna have each given Mrlh to lhe"btg- - a be I reputed to be worlh aoine twelrc II and a nw Ih nf ZaJglrr Hri ' ainl alao hroiiahl lo a town nf ibla aire, ami eara mnalderahle ilown on hi -- Iter. Dr. Illanten, Chanceller nf Cen geat" Iemocrata you ever raw all, too, or fifteen hundred dollars. upiolng all wa right, preerilel to a larjr lot ill ISastrrn ami UnriaiMll tw that Iboiae bartriK to In) ilieiu woiila rare tral University, by invitation, addreawd ainre the Indiana and Ohio election. W. (). Ilradlry relumed pomedrya a work. much innue.r ami gel a neater article br Ihe neceaaary doruinrnt. Iteil when be th Synral while In lon laat week In Win. l'adgett bought of John Horlon ago from tho l'ast, and the Itepublicana Wtiliav a Wautlful lln uf II. lalrat purcliaalnx of lilni inaleail of baring theni Ihe y. , be gave to Oeorglnwn touching the IntcreaHa of that one cow and call for $23; alao, one horae of thl county gave him a very extensive Jmrlrv vrrjr fallal! maje be rminlua.makera. bimaetf dead away, and thcreolore failed tai rt inatilHtioa; Betting forth rarieu ground from Mra Sarah Iiaatin for $.10 pit It Man Hitcliin5 rlfwhrr. It. J. ovation. He entertained them Monday get the paper. They wrnlaorrowfnlly baek A rtKir. with a lengthy SriLt, Annivixci.-- Mr Will YanaraJatl, to the depot, where we Bought an Inter- of eneourairiuenl to Ihefrirnda of th I'ni- - Coffey bought of Mr. Yeagan 1 cow ami night at tbe Courl-Hniis- o Otm Mock of I.jiimi Ibirnrra ami Synml took energetic action calf for $25 vralty. Thc Mat WbcelJon bought of adJress, delivered in hi usual style. He Wlnjnw Ilia la now oomltlr, of Ihe firm of Terbiine A YanaraJall, waa view with them. Mr. l'rolon raid t Ibey in waa not ao very denunciatory of the Demlo the addrc. and reaolrrd to Henry lEcynold 1 mare for $55 n Bold at the bwrt rnarkrt In lb cite- Ibla work anJ returnnl with anami will I llreil near (.incaatrr, that the young ladle A I'ay v"ed up from Wayne county ocratic party, but aaaurrd hi people that other eilenetre aaeortment of (rooJr, lloota, were airier, Mlwa Suale ami I.ncy I'ol-lar- extend il ah! to the Chancellor in Ida ef-rlrr. MrlMwita A Stags- forla tn aihl SIPO.ODO to the endowment V Kr.M'ivrn. laat week with 119 nice atcera, for which New York along with nio-- l other Slate have muaml our stuck Slmre, Meii'e runilalitne; (loutla, elc,, anJ and that tire other young man wa ofgootla to tli lrrliottio rrrenllr fnml. One gertleman indicatnl lit pur they paid, on an average, $10 Frank in thai iortlon, would go Ilepublican in liter inrlle ihe public to glre Idem a call. lnl hr (lro. II lime wlir vr Their gwxle ar of lh beet anJ will be John I'ollard, their brothrr. When aakril we to heed the Hal ef aiibacrlber by giv- Cofley, frum aame county, paaed with 00 Noremlier next, and that James A. Garwhy lie did not gel iheglrl'a parent' New r all gfrid In aak imr frlr nd In mil ing hi name for $7,000 bound fur Danrllle, wild the in- field (Ihe uprigl in p irit and chancier) Btecra, vrlrty mill rmirnl. J. II. A S. aoM aa low aa iHaaaible for culi. aenl, be aahl, "Thai ain'l tbe trouble. It' The Colored ltaptlft of thl place de- - tention of trying the market with them. would be our next President beyond the 11. Shanks. my dandy what ohjeel He aaya be will The Illlubtthtown Julia A. IK-.ngreat credit. Some lime in crve shadow of a doubt; (a false prophecy by their Laat Saturday morning your AttitioW, llvirruat Melolvrla A Aeve I I aaja that lellrra from (lUigow ami alioot me dead If marry huaie, and ato ehurrli building fell down. They went to ami muit ruinltle Stage liar the Irfl the yard-atlcand pciaaora in the way ) (ten. Fry, of Dmville, alao ad- Uumllrllle Inform it Ibat Mlaa Julia A. going lo glre him a chance.'' Herald if work ami each meraWr conlrlliuted hi or th gm-li;- . aliick (irahet-xuaa- . of I 0 (looch, and atarled ilreaaed the crowd. He announced theamax- iiilrr-llak- f be could not obtain licenae in Oarrard, be New York drafianilrlilll. Hunt and her talent! Iroupe created aa her wagra for one month. Willi the amount through the howling wtnda and pattering ing fact that the Republican door were nl shut, 'all al bottom rira. Call and much tntliualaaiu In Ihoec place aa In did not know what ther would do, but we lhn aeeured and the little aiim contribu- rain for the Sabbath-Schobriar) iunlialng rlsrwher. Aaaociation at open to rcteire those who may come, and Biiggrtlrd that In the ltrpubliran State of Kliaalielbtown. Thee hail largr ami ted by charitably peraona, they thc Ilee Lick (Irange Hall, near the Itock-caall- c wa ioitive in the assertion that a great Til WnarrHX KvmiuxTr. llarlng Urn audiencee, aa ther are lion ml to Indiana a llrenae wa not neerary In hi weie able to contract for the building of a (iMxmAL Kmhiratium Aukit ai'iiulntnl line. Our way led by the erer roll-In- ?, demonstration would be made over those cae, ami they decided to go there If unii bamlaoine brick church, hare where'er Ihrlr merlla areknown. at LWinnall for th YANtI.IA I.IN the oulaide work rippling Ptrcam known aa Iluek Creek, who might be initiated. He held out the cwfiil In Lanoaater. The young ladle Ab- for Hi Slain of Mimirur. f whieli ie about completed. When .l over which In many place hang in aame order of allurement that Satan C'lRtint CtilinT Cerumeucea here net I were biiiom country laa"c, ami were more KAfAS NlBKAlKA, KAXA. CoUIBAIhi, I he building will be a rredit lo the doe. Hut the chief feature of hi reromantic grandeur majcattc clifTa, whunc C'AtlivKNIA, ami the Wnrrrui Tirrito-Mlx,amfalweek ami br the riewlawcan lemaln In than ordinarily good looking. ami will only be excelled in !eauty verdant try coming lent n charm to the mark waa thc extensive Invitation to come town, lrriainl to fnrnlth, eraalon three weela. There ar 305 raaee on on ai'illatlon, Majia, Ijirxl Circulara, itir-tnand vain br the new ChrUlian Church. acencry loo aublime for my lien lo de-- lo Danville Friday night lo their jubilee. Kil, Cllmatr, Ac. Ix'we.t ratra ntaitr Ihe iloclel, ilirhlnl aa follow. Ohl K luilr. 2.-"cribe. Suince it to y that I reached After the ppcaking closed Ihcy hid Uind Ol.l Common law, on 4anKrra, Lu(1m4I evnja or atoek. 151( New ..I Ml. STUCK Ilnowx. At Louden, on tbe ISlh, (Wl on. or a.l.lrr". (JKO. A. KNHIIIT, M; Common Ijw Appearanree, 37, ami Ihe place, cool and weary enough to de- - playing and anril shooting. (Itfi'l Apnl, N. R Cor. 4th louunonweallli, SI Among the latter Mr. Julia 11 Ilruwn, wife of J. T. ltrown, l'arrl A Klkln rold tbla week ouhead plre real. The School were not well rep HO l.Kt Ot'XTY. In MrrtK, Llncinnatl, Ohto, and daughlrr of Judge W. II. ltandall, of 1,000 lh cattle at $X.12J ami resented until Sunday, when a full delegi-tio- n there ar three murler one again! Fkaxk l.nLir'a iVirvukn MnitntT. Nice lot of pure Kngliah llerkhlrr, llanrlllr. aracuihled. Tbe entertainment wa a 1'errtll, the oilier two agalnat I he rrede-rie- k aged 42 yeara. Tli nunilvr for Norrmbfrof tl.U farorlt In Danriile potatoes: are worth 10 IlrtL. Eyran Ilell, Ihe agil father both aexra, for aleby J. S. Owaley, Stanford. puccea. Iaaya were read and pjicechca brother. Ullrr than mual. An Macatln la centa a binhel "and whlaky thc Mine." of Hen. J. A. Ilell, editor of th Hftv ahare off tool In the Farmer nude from many School, allowing Ihrm laliorat arllel. irofMlr illatratil. la I'ocsii I'ARTr. The young lailie if town TTeiM, dird lii that plaee on Ihe ISlh. National flank of liichmonj, aobl -- A license lo marry waa granted lo ami a half rntillnl, "Ikwlnn, in hrr thl to be In a tlouriahing condition. When all CWurlra of lUMtnr,' ami will l rrhl Mr. J. II. lloeker'a claae, romioeil of He wa $0 year ot age. week at $1 H US ier abare. the buainca of the day waa tranaacted, a John F. Mnlrehill and Mis Talithi Mur will lllcwirr Srrnra Mi with rrcat inlrrral, little Ilochreler, Suale Koul, Marr Died, In I'ularkl, Tenncwee, Cuow. flray Smith atdd oo roniinon aheep lo table wa rprrad and covered wtlhdaintiea phy on the ISlh. "IWjosna, mlia from linden IJfr ' lilcl, 1'ali.r lhirnaiJe ami Utile lleailer, - 1'iMtera announce a pnblie picak!ng "IWUIiiui, l'favcnt ami Kutiur," bare oonreiect! lh commentlaUe Uea of of llrlghl'a IVca-- e of the Ktdneyr, An (Sosrge lteid at $37i per head and lOTi until it groaned under Ita mighty load. drew I Crow, brother of Jaiura Crow, of head priralrly at $1. f I'iri Sun. cvntrilxitnl b "llorallo JCtlMHi," rtc, Thanka wrrc relurnei! by l'er. V. T. Iter- - by Hon. Mat Smith, the old Hrro of Ihe HUnrli Itrra, Murphy, (iodfrrjr A ralalng moner to rrplarr tbe feaifut look- tbi oonnly, agnl 76 year. Mr. Crow wa Jo (Jalnenbury bought S00 abeep In nob!, and all Invited to partakr. A large First Wanl, for Friday, Oct. 2.'nd. IIiiJ4ii, AlfrrU W. (iucrnarr ami othrr ing oM cuola on Ihe l'mbrtcrian Church ralaett In tbi county and Iloyle, but moved Madkaon laat wrtk, avrraging 120 The Ague Wallace Villi Company i lh. at aaaemblage of people were gathered alioul wrllrra The wiial lotr, "Th with a new on the lo Tenneie orer fifty year ago, wliere be Ther will prieea ranging from 3 to 4 cent per lh. the delightful place, and all partook until advertise! for 7lh and 2Slh at Jam- -' Amlr Wlirh,!" conttnuril, am! there are plan on 1'riilar night be bohling a "l'oiinil Bonn made for bimrelf Hall. On Wednesday, the 27th, In a three a repiiation for wreral tuoat Inlerratuig hnrt "lorlf". t'KIHB I'lWTrl and 1,200-t.aatialied. The Aaeocialiou cloaed ceremo-nloiialSn rtn. keirl.ea, ailrenliirr, etc. In fart the MH Tart?" al Mr. John W. Itoul', to which honor and integrity, which brightcred a Ifytwiwant Cedar l'oula or l'ecder, call to meet with tho Double Spring act drama "After Yrar," and "Cinderel (Uarto a(ea rontaineil in eaeli numler all who wlli to helji a gowl caHe are ak-r- J be advanced in yrar. He wa a member nnoraddrcwa: Jnncph Hilton, Stanford, School la" In burlempie. on the recond Saturday in Septem are fillrtl with uioal Jrllchtful, rntrrtiln-in- j lo contribute -- Tbe aim the bright ann thai rise of Ihe I'rtabyterlanchunb, and died nith Ky. 2l ber, 1SSI. Iter. John 1!. Ablolt lo lelirer am! Inatroetlre reaillns with abtimlant John Itaughmin baa purchued of In ita frerhncs on Ihe frosty morn, dioor- Wr Toui You .Si; ToIJ whatT That the uaurance to hi frlrnJ that a ha ler lllii'lrallena. Tlienlor! "The the opening nddreea. Samuel Helm SO acre of tho "S?ed l'ey- (Vmtf oinwl Ilooka," ia from tho rtlebratnl the froat King wouhl le along after a lit- life awaitrd him. era iUeer garmente that cover the flower. ialnlln( bj Yi!rt. The irit of a alnel tle while, ami mi be baa come. Are roil I.o,tlrillc, Mkrtu. At 0 o'clock laat Satuntay ton" farm near IVylon'a Mill, at $i. per Orercoat, carpeta and shawl and ten la only Firm Awjiun Horn, Oct. 19th. many Ihero are with lucks, edging and ro7 uf tlila ailniiraklc ierieliral f.1 rent rrnilr far bla reign? Hare you rtip evrning, l'rof Joeph It. Mycra breathed acre caali. llir annual nhOflilln, A very decided ppittlng of mow thi There were 21') varietie of American rnllle. free Aililrr, Frank !elie'e PuU-i.hi- (Neil Tounelf wild Winter clothing ami hi lat a! lid reeidence in tbi county, Sing a pong called 'T.race up," ! llM,oS,5oanJ J7, l'ark 1'lotv, warm boot or eboea? If not, we want to aged 15 yeara. Ill main dieae waa grapet eihibileil at the recent fair of the morning, but anon decrnerateil Into rain. A "Stbiw." On the ttaln of Mon Yt'lk. " J what the IVmocrat hear be that tell rml that at the Harden llrothcra' here dropay, though fur a numltcr of year a Miwtaalppi Valley Horticultural Ructity day a vote of the paaaengcr wa taken taketli away a in cold weather InhtAhfonl joii can get what jrou want of complioaUon of dtraee rackeit bla weok at St. liOiii M Slrau, of Cincinnati, bought of which mulled : no la tie that pingeth pong to a heavy a good, nice, ami clioap article aa you can frame with untold Buffering. Prom hi Mlaa AaaiaCatMlavMUogta tiacaalrf . . lUnrutk. ..... . . Ssa In cither Louieellle or Cincinnati. Their rarliot youth to hi death hi whole time Mr. McKinncr, 3 head of 1,000 lb cattle (larOM. heart." Hi lore for music disappears MiMt vilMa. HiilLlltUT. 7 coatoioer all aay that the liar Jena will waa devoted to a purauil of knowledge, and at 3 cent ami of Iteubcn William 5 bead Wearer ... ? down the dim prospective. li la frlraita. at aame price. -- MluMaar Kit aiaMlt'MnJ. M fWU do right errrr time. That baa been our audi aa - Tho Ilepublican of Eoylc organized obtained trom looka, be poaer-rHad the ladiee been ferrultteil to vote Han l Stuart Taylor, of Clark, bought of It. cock' majority wou!d have been 1,000. to an eminent degree a Garfield and Arthur Club on Saturday After gradua riporirnre with them. Their readr-mad- e -.- MiMoaaTlliraie fiafmlet JIUMirr Clothing, Pretty nearly all the rolling atock of with (Jen. Fry a I'rcaldent, and have orerooata, are tlienioat ting al Aabury (.IihI.) I'ntveraity, be went flood patter So acre of corn In the field aa k Ihta to thi I'niveraity of Yirginia, aud there it etanda not cut, at $1 7'i per barrel to be the I.. A N. waa called Into requiaition announced by flaming red and white striperer eaamineJ. -)- IM riatuat McKlaaar l lUlllor Mra. T. elegant areraged tn the ahock. A. Utla.afTbeMirUa.- procession and yolrrday for the benefit of excuraionltta. ed posters, a torch-ligh- t Nlw htkLEa. Tho new alrle In all wen with dialinction Ihe degree of A. M. Ml MfaUa DAtailiaarr haiHaMUHaw Dr. T. II. Montgomery Bold to Geo. I). Scat in the extra coachea weie all filled piieaklng for Friday night, Oct. 22nd. kind uf ladle good, are ao atuiplo and Alterwarda be held a I'rofemoraliip In I "J la 111 (rfrnJi Wearen, yolrrday, 00 buahela of wheat and waiting at the virioui atatton when The projicrly on I'roadway, formerly ., Ii iWI realle Incipeiulrr, that one doea not bare IUcon College, Harrodaburg, until It waa -- Ma. A.W l.r.lH, by fire Juat after tbe war. Since at 05 cent. The Dr. alio Bold lo other tbe train arrived. Old atagera aay they owned by Geo. D. Ilalterton, waa aold on tai kla tualbtr, Mr. A Jam tobo IheponMAaor of a rerr large balance deatroyed ClMta-ai- ll -- W lie baa for tbe moat part confined Ida partlra a lot of reed wheat at $1. for MfUl u Mr. J- -k never aaw the like. Saw one old fellow, Monday by Mailer Commissioner In the bank to Indulge in tbo wearing of then W Bwrawa Ula Oila paert. The N. Y. .Vim aaya that the late who wa dented like an old coffee pot, in- $J,C53 to O. W. Wel.ii, aa adrainittra-to- r fashionable apparel. We aaw a ladr nuke leaching lo the youth of tbi vicinity, and Ma. AD Mat. U C Till aHAa.af wheat crop of tbe United Statea wa four haling long breathe in onlerto Inflate bim W, A. Caldof Lewia Mock, dee'd are tlkilliia' JaJfeaaJ Mri an catimate aa to what it would coat lo many a young man here owca Ida itart tn tvaali. to him. He waa a hundred and atxly million of buthel, (wo relf Into ahape again. well bought 81 acre or the (I. W. McMilMa. V. U Vaaaox hutweo tle KWliiul "rig berelf up" in good purchased at the a collegiate count hundred mllliona of which will bo export -- The Grand Lodge oticned at 11 o'clock aaaln Thrretaa wamtala Iheeaae, aure lan at $35 per acre. llrotber' ttore, and tho amount member of the Chilrllaii Church, and hi ed. -- Ua. T. II Kaitll aikl !.. U UiiinllL. Hardenemail Couit Day' aalea were pomethlng more waa ao conivaratireljr apeaking, that happy end ehowed how well be had kept The IexingtonTrottingraceecloed laat tlit morning. M. W. O. M. Juke Itice tn TaaM are ilalllotf rrtAllvea la thU fMaltf Abant a thousand cat the faith. Perfectly roucloua of Ida Maa. CllAmaa (Aiikna, HiresubiH we err agrecabl Now reader, aurpriaed. Saturday and the Aaaociation haa deter tbe lUt. There la a large representation, than considerable dlraolution, be called hi fami- mined to hold IhtMU no more ia not yet fairly at work. tle were on tho market and nearly all la IU atal o( ktr alilrr, Mra. T I-- Klrller. the moral of ihl bur your good at but inalead to but the body -- Mtaa. H. B. Mjtia, A. A. M.k.lur, J. T. ly and friend around hlui and oke In except the Inferior grade. well Harden' and you oauaflurd to ilrr bold an annual hone fair. Trotting racea Thia morning waa devoted to the "Kibibl- - changed hand laHiBaiMiae aa.t J 11. Illtaa erot lo tatialailtl glowing word of the joy he waa about lo A demacd lion of the children of the Maaonic Home." Price ranged from 2 to 3 and faahlonablr. In ladir' dreaa-guoare playing out. Iklawaek. The exerclaca far aurpaaaed lhoe of laat for plug horse and mulei. Horaea sold MiaaaaJaaaaiRaatiNaLLlK tivaiAV.alufelr there I nothing to excel tbe Block at Har- - enter. "Tell all my Cbrittlan friend," 'Sjuire Kearney haa aold to Humphlo $130 raid be, "that I die happy, with a full av rey Ilackrtt, of Covington, from $10 to $125, mule from alrbfLaot-aater-, were vilk IMl alalar.Mra. U C. di n'a. (lorllun or the programme fire bead of ex- year. Varrrn(tkta waek. auranco of a bouie in Ihe bleat manalon The fanning land and brick dwelling tra cattle at $V-'- 0 r cwt. Mr. Hacked waa liatened to with brealhlcae Intcrevt by Hon. that The Kmoxwllk Uxtlmion, Ma. Jaraaoa (livaaa, Jr.,ef Ifala ceefttf, U atbelonging to the eatate of tbe late Samuel tur Father ba gone to prepare for alao Imught of Mr. Hart Iloawcll thirty-fo- tbe vaat aarembly which packed Ihe u tending Leclarraat theCUletfeel I'litaMaiM erl (Iro. 11. IV rulleton, of the Kentucky Cen me." Al hi reiuet there wa no funeral Temple from pirouette lo gallery. Warren, dee'd , were aold by the Kxeculor bead at 5 cent. Lex. Transcript. Burtaaaa al lulllnwre, MJ. tral It. It, together with a few of the oili ermon, but Kid. J. Ilallou, with a long public auction. The tract Mlu ALIIR Klae,a irellf yaaiog Mr foMH Mr. Kugene W. Lee, of Taylor, aold The recitation, apeecliea, dialogue, Ac, on Wednesday at I.lrlng-lio- n proceiuion of friend, followed Ihe remain tiulueiMellaflalUna'lier eeaala.Mlaa Utta Me, er ra of the 1. A N. It. It., were at weie well prepared and admirably delirer- - I aituited In Ibyle county about 3 nillei a few dare ago, and we are told that to tbe cemetery, and there pronounced a to II. W. Ilaldwln, of Maaon, 19 bead of oflbeMI. Xrula ttalklMirhol. on Shelby City road, and extra brile mule, at $11150 r head. ed and rapturoualy applauded. Ill aonie from Danriile rHfr A loaBKaeoanaar of ihe lianilll together they reiicluded that the road de- Warrtn "11 ktr lelaljr Iwrni aba luaJe waa abuuld bo built at onco from that point to faithful and eloquent eulogy of the la the Vat lot of mule that caaca the applauae broke forth into Ihe Contained about 350 acre. Wm. Mr. ujk ceaaed. Aa a mark of rticct and ra a hlenja, A alufular iraaua fr rvieoUabln. wildeat enthuaiaim. In one Initance allrcr became the purchaser at $00,05 per acre. Kniirille The K. C. It. It. ia to build token of their aorrow for Ihe Iom of their ever left tbla paction of country. Leba coin were ahowered upon the atage until IL M. Keaiier an-- l (awllr left rtateolar Iter. It. T. btevenaon, of tbe Metbo- IUIrJtlll, Uowla eMialr, abtre Mr KeaiMf to Mringitcn, and both road ate to ue former preceptor, the following young men non Standard, Willow drove Has. VILLE Coi'iiT About 1,000 cat- the little boy who ..alhered them, after dial Church, will preach at aa-laeugagMl labualaeaa, wberetbex will reatJe the eitfiiaiun. With ita prenent Irrmiiiua volunteered a pall bearer J. 8. Mocker, oclock.... , afternoon at atrlving vainly to aecure Ihem In Ida (I'arla Kuu. In ihe wooil, th U A N. can nerer more 1'. M. Mcltobert. It. W. Hockrr, T. 1". tle on the market of all kind. I offered vt tlaalUle, wke waa about 400 head and but a few were with- hand ran for Ida hat and uaed I! aa a re- Kid. Jesse Waldrn will begin a protracted but with the line min than pay bare M ajorelif la allro.l be Mrllaal AmoialkMi, ill, Jr., Wm. Ilriglit, Jo II. l'axlon. A drawn. Trice ranged from 21 to 31 cent ceptacle fur hi Income. Maater Morgan meeting at Farkarllle next Saturday ercn- touk llwe In )af ua a rail hut unr.rtmialalr we eral and timber rrgiou It would open up, wife and one child aurvtre Ihe deceaaed, The meeting at the Itaptlsl Church, ng tier Hi, owing to quality. Aged mulct aold Sim, of "Chapter 59, Lincoln County," were aUenl al that particular tliua and with the connection it would bare at Ma. Julia I Till aMuni( wife, ilaasbler Mlaa at $75 to $150. Horace at $10 tu $120. II. dlatlugiiiahed hlmaelf in Ihe rendition of lid place, conducted by bid. Harvey and Knoivllle, a large freight and parnger UKI.IIJIIHS. I Ivra, aul bla other auiallrr rblblrrn left a acenic piece entitled, "My Father' Tupperie atill In progrvMaml will com In T. llu.h. la wake Ihetr future home In Ulaaeurl. Tbe btiatneaa would be gained, at ooce. The New York, Oct, 20. Such Texana aa Ahore." ! (I. M. Trinelle, nf Tenne-aclie thioughout the week. The llaptl.t Meeting at Fhelby City wbiutbee rt4 fiou) cblUrro an-- 1 frlanJa' eiteualoii la bound to bo made, and the the I'lkaoxAl. Ihomaa Steien-on- , complimenlcd Kentucky Masonry in were aold Monday at $u.7oi7 changed cluned with 3d addlliona. We wlih tbeut aooncr the better. at llieufiwt, waaulleaffarllng. at$7.2, griitrally; Colorado a guihlng apeecli a! the cloae of Ihe exhi- founder of the "Danville IjkoI," wa tn great guml lurk In tbvlr Dew beuie. Kid. Williama' meeting at (ium Sul hand Col. Fisher ha Amomq thiwe wbe "eirurleJ" to Luulaillle 25; ioor to prime native bition, and aaid: "if a aiugle Maaon can Danville on Tuesday atcera, $7.75 A DirixJiuui r. Uabk. A crowd waa phur cloned with aeven addition. tbla (Hi, we aalej, Mra. i: T tUobeater, Mra. T. drawn up to Mlaa Sadie Cereturned from St. Ixmi no fancy or premium be found in Kentucky who doe not J. N. Harla' boue Wedne Iter. Dr. Archibald will preach at the do., fV-l-o It. Walloo, Jr.. Mra. W T luughmaa, au-- l Mlaare cattle In market; exporter uaed 700 bead and aiiatain thi noble charily, you cil left thl week for Vasaar College day night by the report thai be waa trying l'rvaby terlan church next Sunday. libera Hall, tllaallarrlt, anl elhera freia rhoutd end blm tu Tenneaace and make Mr. F. O. Cropper, of Denrrr, Col., ia vial, an4 Mra. B. V. II. Tanaul, aaj Mlawa Jmule to burn down Ihe building. Ihe Marahal, l'rayer meeting will be held at the fal atcera at $Sr0(j. 10 25. auj Auala llurhaiian, Miaaleaa-- 1 IJtla IaIiuUMi Mr. Ca'dwcll, waa rent for and found on 1'reabyterlan church herciflrr at 7 r, t. ting Ida mother and slater in Ihl place J. F. l'eake, who ha loat OS out of 70 him Hay th ere.' J. A. Ik anj UU Ihairea of Crab (InliarJ. Col, D. W. Jone and wife hare returned hog with cholera, and who haa tried evbla arrival that Mr. Davie had a kulfo in Wrdneadaya. ii. i ii it lOi'Ari'. TualulhielugUallatutlbe IKKtera liialteu-Jaiir- e from a visit lo St. Iilla. The Huaton ratlmitc Ihe cotton ery thing recommended, without eucce, eq tlielr AaaiHlallait bera Ibta week lra. lit band defying the crowd tu touch .ffllrfiaer mm i.w; him. Mr. Ualdwrll auinmoned II. W. tluulai, A. W. Jebnaau, ta;rlla Uuulap, (. Ihe by crop of Texaa for tbla year al l.Sou.OOO baa at laat hiNiKina remedy, which he We know of aereral wedding that Jua. Majar, liauf Die, lira, II, Uruwu, Blander to help him arret! but they bale, or of the tnllre crop of aulhnrlrra ua lo publiah. "So aoou aa the .Volifrrffia llualwiillle, Dr. ' (I. Veueg, Uuraaltri lr W are to take place in thi to wn and county animal ahuwa algn of the diaea-e- ," be aay, did not rcHni very freely, and be made Ihe I'nltcd State. Indiana for Hancock in Nuvcmber. (V Webb, llrrautaiillei 1. 0. Ikajle, Iwlul IJik tbla and next week. He atarlnl toward Ihe attempt hlniaelf, Cupid, that ubbtuitou little lellu Tbe Synod of the Northern 1'rwbylc-rla- n "cut bla tail oil cloae behind Id ear, and ir.J.U.('eruler,CrabOrehara, Dr. 1 W l'.n0NAU JuJge Owaley returned baa touched more heart thin one Wa making geallcula-tlon- a Turuvravlllel lira. A. II. I'rlce, II. 1'luiuwer, Harla, who advanced church will meet next year at Lanoaa- that bog, at lenal, wl nerer die of the Monday tu complete Ida Court tn Somer- will not attempt now to detail all tho uil llarrwliliurg, lira llruuaugb, lull aaJ fralg, a If to cut him. Knowing that be ter and the Southern Synod In Nithola. cholera." He firmly Wliere that thl I Mra, J.Coxatt and Mra. C. 1 locker, chief thai be haa done, but In due lime Klauluril. set would cut, If given half a chance, Mr. ville. Time eecond Wodneaday In (Mobcr. abaolutely tbe tidy remedy. will apprise you ul the result. Tub tullowltig aubeiilliera bare coma t time Cincinnati. The cattle market I of rarkaville, have been vlaltlng (leu, D. Iter. J. M. Ilruce, who baa been con raiaul Ida tlick and hit him orer DfATH. Jaiuea Ingram, an old and weeki J It. Mra. Caldwell UleuMarr, Tenu., Ibla highly respected gentleman of tbi county, are not In demand. llurdelt and mother for aeveral daya. IJaa riiel, ttbIM llall.br t ill Cralf , M. W. Ihe brail with it, drawing blood freely. ducting a protracted lureling at Liberty dull and ahlpjier Your eorreaiKJndcnt waa In Danville ilieil pome lew wuite ago. . .. Mr. Muloy Joure, Jol.u Mallaolel, MldJUUrg, Wbi M. Jack Pari, who aaya that there waa no Church, In (iarrard county, write under Hoga are lower. Sheep market ateady aud Although It waa Stokr died a few daya ago Haling given a abort time Monday. IkJJ, (!ul. J. W. Wealberbol, llualMillle, 8. need for Ihe are Ihe lire of the atlck, then came to dale of yetvrday that there have been 12 alronger. Mra. Mary Kar, lauiualer, T I' M. about th tint cold day of tbe aeaaou, a tilrlli tu a ruliu alio wa laen with conI) IMITATION addition. trom which he died. 1. ttrler, Jaikaoa (llr-en- a, kialrotlier,aaaaatance,andwilliotheraofthe JeBilM,(Uuubla, brll Ca TI1.W llaoj la I lil a Wtobera (LiillO large crowd of people were on Ihe alreet, vulsion N. O. (leoghegau, the "boa" lilh Mr. Jr., lUlliniere, M4 , ram'l Uallrr, Wellaillle, crowd turned again! htm. Mr. C. thought The Synod at I.eiliigluii eudoraed Ihe ............. Pllr Ugwklablia and tbe markel filled with mull and cat- ographle ptouo devrloiier, haa Urn workMu.1 A. W, Irrue, Manual), M. T. II. tuallb, i! IhI to learr, but taya he intrude to get action uf the I.Unerer IVwhylcry In aa tle. & (W.I toibil wi . inn several uuariea arouiu' Monllirllu. (larkavllle, lenB It. M Ulguef, Klug'a Meuu-laout a writ for Da via. The maltrr ahould UOtJIIMI Iter. F I). Moore, 1'aator at Cov lbkJtslwabtfcfa Mn. George Griffin, on Sunday light He la now sa Ing sample taken from the II. V. Keuutor, Wu, link, fref Abuer tamiuau to gtfal eapw u lAdttl.lt laat, prcaentcd her liuaband with a female I'liilllpa base, with a view uf having them not hay been left aa It waa then, and Mr ington for lieroy. Hi view on the Sun MaafarJ . g.lb(l.;il tewlfta.. I full Harla ahould hare been arreated after Ihe day ijueation did not agree with the belief Hue tilaalaj burrbm ....-It la aouiewhat toted. Mr. (leoghrgan phowii uf Itojw, . .. l.IMI W baby weighing 8 pound. MK'.lh 31 lilts. u we will and from the rprclmrne attempt waa mad if It took every man of bla church. I.i.h.jmj, ICIa JU11.U remaikakle that moat all of the bablca dare to pay that hi trope are not ......... WftulJU born la thia locality make their appearHuaar Uwiuuulaibuke. I). Wlaiiin haa au AUcrny Milk in town. I! baa been known for aouie Hue When In Ihe llllnol Method!! ConaVtioaa.oo lAiuba ikiuimwatuea Ibat Mr. Davie baa been on a aprev, and ference the new waa telegraphed uf ihe Cuw to aell at a leaaonahle price. Mr. N. D. Ingram ami 1'llwiNAU ance on Sunday night. lu Ixjuiaville, the following are Ihe from lluyle, are visiting friend here Ida friend aay that a! Ihe time be waa aa great Itepubllcan vlctorle In Indiana and Mr. Ik M. Ilurd.tt received borne wife, Mr. I.OUI Hatw Will Tri.u Tin cheap craiyaaa luadman. He tea man of (ieo. , ylKJTATlO!.. Iiw Wilhvr, Ohio, the prcachere gave loud and pro her beautiful allk (ullt lea! week, from D... Wearen, of Stanford, representing la here trying lo CAlTia-- Kl eicuralon Munja look (iVi peraona lo tetllra akl.4ugu IU la II 10 Cur lire yeara at a tin. dlapoaltion. longed applau, and all aaug "I'ralaeduil center waa puriha QmuuMa la earr a exva.w wheat. ...Judge Durham made Xht to IXI the St. laouia Fair. In lh Ixiutatllle. be can go without touching a drop of from whom all blearing How." The Uiahop ... t.tp) In I Oil pinned a very long blua ribbon, bavlug In- - a good speech nn Saturday agalnat the Maukera riWTCOl I uani all iraOiM not tu tree. heresy aud then when be doe lie gel wilder said urdinarily he would feel like rebuking J. U IJi perilled on It, M'irat milium." Tbla ipjlll Greenback laiuiuwautwal Ixlrtajl.. J. H. Chrlaman haa been confined to Ida lard for three wreke buUber iM U I TS Ia pane upon tu fanu, aa I will enforce the than any man we ever aaw, (julet and a iullllcal druionitratlon In a religioua avery tlrganl aud lovely piece of work, frum a cut . in the hand blgbltatail . .... J. IXN III law rlglJIr ajfilual all who ihi ao a regret that budr, bill, aa thia victory prevented civil geutlemauly whin ober, 9(0 ta 414 and ha taken the Drl premium every W. Hallee baa gone to biiy goode Judge riiifcar Oiuwue Ie aatra. . . Harden. we have to publiah Ibla, which we do wilh war. the applau. waeexriiaald. 3.04) ! ikMtnuuala eilralawU 4 ia) where It baa bnnaboan, haa Just rrturnrd frum th city llerry jTlic iilfrior ,io.in.;il. Nl M, aa i hire IreeUil ihemaeirea rhr wake atnl K.,lirllo a "af - li t Nlagf npe ni'A n rami), x v i.orti. raie n. ' i BW llif h e lint ' 1 i 'i Linn - hi el l lion f the f.arfill i m till n Inl he more Ihr h.nr r I e aliya wilh in an I lh la irrlilfl? ii rrowded wlrnihr pr, arh hlrwlf Wr irri,,li:.r hurrh I naaw that Mr Caldwell iliil nothing: but ran far ke haa ha! nearly I VI ronfra- Ma duty, whfeb, w reaarrl tu eiy, wa only bIib, ami lh inlrr I Inrrraara Thn. Ira I f dan (I Hlwart, nf lb rtWt naaarhr Hrmor., Ihm cemfeanrd nmlrr Itrn Ihrmw' mlnlalrallnrr i ii ti Wlnrhewter finn In,., il; A I' !? ilv unit ni. I. lt !t Ijt lie, llrtr,l lrn the language Ihe ,miiii! 1 k h no of Hot I Ik in again on lb nrki- All weie agreeably ai r iiaionrrtl while In .laafonl In note th lb it had iikm plan within th last Iwelr moniria, anal tittrivn licit al no ifiaiftnl Har il wilt b a beam I. Isrrieel-ei- l fal paT M snr aa llarsrnrk will ra a rlever man. ami that T m Tn llenrr Itaughman abnnhl I aserllinl rewldVrnlil prar for bh enlrprllnc spirit ami llrejealrma ear rllh which hn rmialriirtabnlbllnf iimrer Id aiinervl-inNeslwltkaviamlln? Mnnlleelbi lia Imiirnrefl b r th laal nrw at tbla time there i In ileetelnl Inll r lb line of house STOKE-KOOilertrat-tIW M F0II ItENT tn In 3 ttrpifl MIMIftir aVrft 414-l- 9m rett II Km lull 1 tf1 well hum with rtmiitera r ftdlrr. tee. ft Ike ft AMftl ml mt1 tilWit-fl- Mi H'l llt'infl A MIHftftHrt lllll FOR SALE rUIVATHLY, mo ACHKS EXCELLKNT LAWU Well watered and ll tlmUrMl. IIa (taat... alety ttrn Irani Plsnfaril 41 rnr A, llinn ar f0 Jr, tor I. or, cere iw tlu' rra,nj fr tr ua ij lnirraln len lya" uv.ti: !!, I'airt, iel !,. l)lm .'inn'. n.trrirrJ lirrn, HI, npir !. tjlri.f tlir. tnae Tlie wwirhf of Waene Owuity bare an abhllng earnlhietirv in Ihe iilllmate rir nf a I'camaylvania cmnpany who are rawing for oil noln on enter arm Harmon .. I. iniii.! Tl. imi , l . fa..- -. vrrrn , I.f.l..sfa-ap-.' wi, nw, nir rrto marked by John ( lark, yletJcd, If noi grraiiy in fiuanuir, in mosi pnperlor Hwallty nf lubricating oil In Ihe known work! The enranr ar rml working Ihe otn well, Imt slnalng v liole a Iiunilrcil raid ate more from the old one on thl 4de of Ihe creek We di hnia In the nam of a Poor aarlcultural riHintrr that bowl of tmr arth mir be made to th yield the untold wealth That now lira buried therein, mineral, olraginoiia am! litho graphic, to the rml that railroads am! ilkra may concentre here, and that we may I icenme rich ami identified, a Il were, with Ihecoinmerrial ami moring world. ma!l lownahars their inconrenlence a well a larger one. Plutarch raid be lived in a amall town and the reason why not leare it wa Ifcau-- e il would he did Now the greafral tmuhle we have lie lew is, that certain bucolic grntlemen who hire, and eradrrnturc they may have Inherited it, a prejudice agalnat town, and a they call il, "town cl'upip." No longer than last nl;ht a couple of the municipal-defyin- g fellow, embracing the celebrated ;.-- . i II" ixnger, woo wiiiioiii rtpisieii ine iiov- in Ke ernmcnl anil ahot Holt Ixigan and killed a horse, mistook the pavement for a racetrack and then and there did other thing not consonant with the ieacc and dignity nf thc Commonwealth. Sheritl Itamsey demanded n purrender, which being unwillingly complied with, Koger waa committed to fail and hie associate allowed to give liond for Ida appearance. J. A. I' cew IniMnc. In lh fflanlVrd APbelby Htf irlkv mtl rtiiin piw, rptentini nemp nn J(llt IIHIIJIIT, Planfn ' Valuable Lauds and Town Lots for Salo ! Tar ial prltaletr, until Jan. i, a Farm vf 30 ltawklna Rrai.fl., Ilea T. Mrnatafftl tlUaUantlet ttraaod ttaa a amaii hooaeon It The land la If) good tondlften Al the4J Itmlaar Ptephpnano Farm! IH?J4 Arret tin Ma klrrr, lo Anaalit nf cutllfllten lrjt Ulrk hoiiaaon IU Ala), nO Aeren Ijolndg llaa a honae and One on h farm the l'Ar-tI'ard thereon Alao, a llonae nmt 'J J.nla tn flliftfor.l Wlrrt--t In Crib rt hard Mm la larXr at her ImproTemanta ar rood, and antthr llnnae ftttil a Aeren In tYabOrrhard I iu fer to aell, but will tent If lean not 'all on or addre-U, 1, HTI I'll .NM, Crab Orchard, Kf Arrw.ea il NEW GOODS McKINNEY, KY. t hare Jint gotten la a and k ii. cji:i:uii, That I forCaab 6 tor mi:i.u;iianiisi:. of PoUndl! New and t Intend lotfllonthe aainatcrma at lh Lowest Possiblo Prices ! Tho you forget whohnr of tna will ret l.arntna,andMIm't y, M. WA1U It" in M. D. ELMORE, . Clilcaoo ufLoltle. t a flrst-clHroaaolln flloial ao4 jt Al, t Cbbo laat Tbe sale of llromoltne la the city ot rear, wa thiuaanJaupoa IhousaDj y (.Iileagolaafirat-elaaacll- Itrouiotloa South Sfdo Main Btrcot, First Boor Bolow St. Asaph Ilotol, m ' largl imcion dlKnl tio yoa seathciiotair If bat net baea a gial unllclDe foe tbe ttver, the lea.llng cltlren ol Cblrago wouU net ersturse It br ualng II a a family meol- eta Welurfillvn Chicago particularly, tt a Wealrrn ellr ami llrotnollne a Western rncili-cit hen your Iltno.1 is out of enter, your ap- petil gone, you feel wary anil halleaa, then try hroutellne ainl las lielpetl Trial bottle free. !irularlMll 8uM by Cbenault A renny. ST.IXIOHO, ki:ti;cky, lj or Krrra alwaj a on hanj a full au Staple & Fancy Grocorios, aiji, AND PROVISIONS. 'MT ARflllTISDIMTS. Tria, 1881. mtt Harper's Young People, lullr, ami ritnn rae an ii.LPsTi: vti:b n fi.ki v- -k r.tut, Salted to Boys and Girls of from 0 to 10 Yean or Age. Volume tt Tomiurnrn iSoTrintfr !J, 18S0. X(MV Boota, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Staple Dry Goods, Notions, Genu Ready matlo Clothing, Pocket and Table Cnt- lery, Queens- - and Glassware, Tobacco and Cigars of all kinds, Powder, Shot, cotton !: voor,i:' y.ik.nn. Tin- - and WooJenware, tn To (Irfo. Is TlIK TIJIK TO MTllsCRIIin. Vft f It first aH.titr'airaiiM'. ArJ manroltirr oarrul artlclr tootsJIonatomrn lion, all of wblth I oor to Bill at lh Willi In a u Ilarnrr! Lowest Possible Margin !!. IjIj ft, wiilr I will lake Country Produce In rarbanin fur cood Tha at market rlrea. srrlillti t I lo hii I hare lren the public, asking, rerelrlng prvtiwM its lotli and farora, for 14 yeaia, and In all three a Wfrklr ItMt In lb cl riittrlInln.r ! yeara oi iamr, nona uare een mora oruaptrouiaiKi a)H othrr aunr rUrt iufitii, klinrWt l.fi:lt ileaaanl, all Ihlnea cooaltlerrd, than the paat, utertnuint miiirr, Uiwnn proiti Kttti imuiirui Iherrforr, I hare Rood rauaa toomie leloraniy tint to niiktt Iti Sim illutritUn. ml Rt thank them, one and all, great and amall Pfritaml IqRumic liiniHHilj.wllh 1h moral Whllvl hare rccelTed their tuoney fn large and whlfh larrTalraetery rutllvatol thrl-lla- it Biuall qiianllllea, I feel that none have giirn an ThU tiu.iorUiit tlrtljjn thfj etulralenl mora thoroughly than myaelf. Afler lo carry out Ity rumblnlng Ihe lral Uttrtrj thanka lo my many friends and i trims for aiidartUllr lalrnl, aolliat flilloii ahall a prar la liberal DatntDBirr. I hoiM tor a coolinuann 1 the , Injoi-rDt. right aud roln-iiulrr lariiaMum auch aame; and by fair dealing and low !ri.faS 1 fvl a bull Cir drruaa i 10 nj lotigrrdrj or tlutl, ainl mat wa f an meat ine ueiuanaa oi many. uroia.1 rirriiK-- in ine boiuiiuii hi puzzi, iroit Ml Hespeclfiilly, a M. J.l.MOKi:. ltHiiaTiiltilMrilivlrtanvuie the tn tltPwIaFmil ftr luvptilta rraJira wIm) Ibtirt lh! rapff In tharRO lar imy fttxi giruimtu l li age or I. frontiir. rIU3irUM. Ilnrprr titty-tir- o 'crntr, imr, i'o.itt)t l'rritll, Ird, I N Innnjr l'foplr, per lw 1 t fil " ,. tlngt NuiuWn lour Crntarath. Th laouriil Volume for 1WU. ronlalolns (bo Rnt J. It. w & ri:iisii ir l"tjtli.r Order Iiutttanrfa boull W niada br rMtomia Moner or l'rafl to arolu t hU4- ot Iom. not t ropr tbla ajtertiaenirnt orJer ol llari-i- A ltuothvra. !, uuttpcrt, will , U rrtiu, irr!aM itaf( retvly parly In IMoTrm-IOtTtr far 13 cut lonj s fl'kt), tfa ... fWIaprae without tliirri AJJrcM U.Uil'l IX A ni'.OTHKIl-M- , Nw York. llt.wk. Iair ISoyle County i. o. sroiti:, ! l'ci,.f ill !. Stock Farm Fruit Jars :fo:r ia (Vr. Dtlll. Jr, sale i Fruit Jars ! ! Fruit Jars ! Jars, of all kinds and sizes. Also havo in Summor goods : Froozors, Wa- Ico-Croa- m WK WILL fcKLL AT VEUY UIW HOl'UES, tbe farm lying lu jloylarouutr.on th Tumlkt IUmiJ rrotulaaoeaater to IauTllletun which 8, W. Miller uow rwlitet, rontalniuf !! Ja.f I, InJera 10 Acres OmmI ! era Wo have a good stock of Mat cl. rrolutUre. of Cultivation Kfery A It "5 Has Two Comfortable Dwelling-HouseAll Necessary Good Orchard, All Well Fenced, and Is the Best Watered Place in Boyle County. We will ilvMa IL Into two or mora IrartOfu'ealr.M aotl will aell It oil loPtC tic. to Auy out drtlrln to look at aabl Urui will rail on UeiiDy at Lauctuter. or H, W.MUIrr ou the lo. tr I1. MllOAI. KiMi IlM'.lNrilt. Grain - Sliovols, Pitchforks, &o. 30 Willard eiiene, stock Remember, we keep a fint-claof Staple and Fancy Oroceries, A FirjiClii. hniM Hsiel for Sugars, Coffees, Molass1.CC1 Cash Prizes and 1,410 Property es, Coal Oil. Tea, rnzes Amouniingio vjuu.sdu. Rice, &e. Hotel, Lottery ! tl (8 '; Draln will Ukt lac at LoiiUt llle, rt ec, 31, Ihhu, uuder authority of ollbakeutuckr UnlWaturt. ainl will It BiMwlute iwutrol of tha (wlluwluif JIlu- lerenie! lotuuiiwiuneri ariintea ..iy Iin II An t :. tt tt I.... 1.. ...a tt la... Ky., I1IHI Tlila uitiUr Ilia InFanoy Grocorios, taUM-l- l 1. M Hwuiuojr. iiawi i uvti Henry liay, lbj iul tun tU law Jr, Ula luUllljt1ijrCttin, amiii A ttriauft J ii H, inUUllV J I'rl Irtit ol th lu)f villa Vt uuiaivrr vi vvTinxuia, , V. a Wl VIA,, Aitorturjr l4MiaJTIJMf lM,l I. A A ilutoH, of Vimtou,of of wo havo Can-no- d Good of ovory description, Chocso, Maccaroni, Spices, Extracts ot all kinds. tl Did, ri, I1!T OF PHIZES. 'Hie Ulllnnl llulel MltlinlllU IS2S0.090 rtiriilliire Miitl Ob On 1w 1 WU lr Ike, 11lt,wbfJ I'ti, HrbuuJrai'ali l'rli, OuaHeiuf Har rurullure On l KWetttit. IflyCualil'rlaeavrMU ftW l t'aab Oua tub . . r'ttttawb IVim. eabt,uw IUwUvuiw on tirevu Mm Itealdeuco tn OrvMi liiU 1'rluM, tat Ii H.Ouo lYlMat, M b f i.UJU . lltnre htrtl We alio keep a Large and Complete stock of Oblna, OUs and Qaeenivtare lll ld,UUU .. Lamps and Obimneji, ,Uii A.UK1 1Av Vtl .... - - 4.v.;a lilua4U. U bW(a4i lHoa,ali lJ I0U ItaJXM I ..- - V. $U . 0 tbtaea IWUrlMui lavuuty WlkiiIUTaiM Italia. l I tiIUkU UU . lua Itauo IIaHliLiM Mlivr Tm 8rl IWtM (Hal IbMirhull W Il4kf nli ... . , W ...... . .. fU , HM w It. . 1.1 Ay .. - ttMtb ., tri aMrraa airliri, $i, W(lllalu,atalllluca,tnU atl to ruruUh la ItWiuiMtUM atawita wauuJ at all IwiiwrlauL Uwiiila to alt vlrt wy Bftal tbaiti, llb Uuvli, laril, I'll lua full UltHMlUm auJ thlrte lt Ilalita, 1 tITl.lt, W l'fielild Alao.agood aaaorttutnl of Tinware, Marti- ware, Tobacco. Clcara, Notion. 0tJ 100 anil, In (act, aro'rr thing uu- Il.tUU asu all kpt lu a tlrat-ela- a Vow itTiw-ltouao ot th &ji kind. 4,uuJ 5,uud lO.taWJ I ," ,UmJ five. (li. !.... tb Willi It U rwfrljr U la lrautrrel tu talttwiy lftw)r 1tiu(aVtv relufUel lo Hvt with im. and mm thn unxayttT IW tbMitbtlvea TUt tlatWl lll by JNM4 W 0-- arr' Uiwwoite,Ml nJakted CKWHIHa, ar,wu owi t iiM'ur UllUrJ IUU. Luuia iiuwaariier, idu laUan, lliillrr, tat(,lc. H'BBak llrllrt bs ru having aaof tbalaal BBUi4arlUlrto Bll,tatBllol uUfwrdlswJDtor BBia WlillU hrr, anj IU-- itoaula la ........ , Miss Julia A. Hunt II, tuaj tka klalsral aualaH IkarvSar . li. mix ox nu HjuTiiiai.-31iam u Aliallirao.llB.v. Giro ua a Cull whati lat Ta UriMrrvl AJwUaWn. ltrrv4 twat. thlua; lu iar llu tiBllrrr, at HII I.IIL taiTiir.M'.WTiitts . Millar) tlvssb. ! nf uy llarJr.i" lll'air.MauKr, l. It. AVAlllllCN HON, V uhe Jnlcrior Friday Morning, ouriuil. STAWFOKD, KV. October 22, 18S0. VH.IMIIM.I. Oct, 12ih 1880, 7 tire liViter Interior Journal: On Hie 1 1th of Mureli. 1878, I lM fare well to the lunil of my natlvilr, itml set out for the I'aT West. Never bo- fire mi I m Imn reMcit with tho beau ty nnti gmmleiir ol t1icpari!!tc of our e aro all country n on that day. ncquainletl with tho country cait of the Missouri, but having arrived in Omaha, the promised melropotii of JNeliraska, I began to realizo that I vrns going West. Tito ride through Nebraska was deliehtlul. There were miles of field being prepared fur corn nnd largo tracts of wheat, indeed, it is n region rich in naturnl wrnlih. The Ilsilroad runs along the Platte Hirer for somo distance, while tho country gradually rises as It goes west, becoming dryer mid moie bar rtti every mile. It is all the way up hill now to Cheyenne, which is 5,f00 feet nbovc sea level, while Omaha is Uheycnno is 525 only ill- - feet. mile from Omaha nnd the roughest place I hare erer seen. Tiie scenery nnd general aspect td the country begins to change. As far ns the eye can reach you can seo nothing but rolling Stinted ridges and lofty mountains. shrulH cover tho 'ground, seeming to subsist upon tho little dirt that is mingled through tho flint nnd gravel. Tho beautiful flowers of the Missouri Valley h:i70 long since disappeared, nnd tho beauty of Kentucky is but n collection. Tho remainder of the to Ueno, Nevada, is only fit fur grazing, ami one would think it almost impossible fur n living creature to subsist, but occasionally )ou see nntclope, buflalo. and frequently the prairie dog. Often wo would pass dried up basins having their bottoms covered with something white which proved to bo Alkali, n saline matter. Passing the Wasatch Summit we entered Kclio Canon, nfltirtling many romantic views. In imo moment we would seem to be in the very stream, in another, far upon the mountain side, winding our way around the projecting rocks, causing terror to one unused to such seemingly impending Sax I'ltASCtsco, difllnc sushi's nnd tb ronmnfol In th Imwls nf trss hungry coyolts. romine I was surprised In see www an IhcIi deep, but licftre w mld get mir breakfast it was nil gone ami eisjht dars very wnrm sgalii. wo tnpgwl on through sand, "mud-IioIncroM ravines nnd over mountain', arriving homo (GO miles from Cnrxwi) just as we had found nut that Jsovaila jewel. "patience was contains (18,000 square miles and has lecood land than four nveinge conn lid in Kentucky. It is comprsed of mountains and vallejs running north aliil siiutii. Tiie ground is sandy and covered with sage brush nnd grease- wood, peculiar shrubs of the nest, Tho valleys are used fur fanning, the mountains for mining. Tho rivers rise in the mountains, are fed by tho numerous springs nnd melting snows, dah down tho rocky canon", but on reaching the arid lands grow smaller and nt last sink in the loose sands, The rivers run Irum the ocean and tlnw into tho deserts only to disappear in the middle. They aro largest Many other facts go to show that this country, in many particulars, seems to defy the laws of human nature. Use danger. nexo, My first stopping place, is situated on the 0. 1 K. It , about 300 miles from San Francisco, east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It has a population of about 1,000 composed of nearly every raco of people. It is the starting point of the Virginia nnd Truckce K. It., which runs to irgin ia City, a distance of 52 miles, ria Carson City, the capital of the State. for tM large expend, but the ro have been several lnanas opened nnd worked, piylne large dividends. The largest bonansas were tho California and Consolidated Virginia. Califor nia : total product of the Mine l nbnut 10,000,000; 20 dividends of 2 per share; 4 dividends of 1 1 pertharr; 5 dividends of 50 cents per share; 35 dividends amounted to $31,5000,000. Consolidated Virginia : total product alwut $04,000,000; dividends nliout These Mines hare sold $13,000,000. for very high prices. In January, 1375, wilii capital sinck ut 105,000 shares each, California soil fur $800 per share, or over $80,000,000; Consolidated Virginia for $700 per share, They havo or over $700,000,000. now 5 10,000 shares each. California sold for $2 per share, Con. Va. for $3 per share. Hut you must remember that they have mid about Tlicy arc $76,000,000 iu dividends. still producing about $50,000 per month each, enough to pay expense. It does not require learning to find a Mine, but luck. Old miners have been known to hunt for years with no success for bonanzas, whilo n greenhorn would c line along in their very fJMITIl'a VALLEY, My home for the next jenr, is situa- footsteps and uncover untold riches, ted in fcmcralda County, Nevada. "(lold is wherever you find It." K. 1. Fottkil It is about 15 miles wide by 25 miles (BIL'krKSRir WEEK long, with a population of 200 whites A London undertaker has, within nnd ns many more Indians, besides going to tho last few weeks, driven through tho largo transient population and other mining camps, city ns an advertisement an enormous ISodio Stock raising is very profitable and cofiin, mounted on a base and drawn frequently you csn see largo herds of by horses. This final receptical is got up in the most gaudy colors, ornacattle reaming over the plains. inir is carried on under many ilisatl mented with the name and address of Mr. Mc the purveyor ou the outside, and lin To illustrate: vantages. Taruahaii has a rnncho of 5,000 ncres, ed within with latin or some other having run n ditch 10 mites of 2,000 comfortable and pleasant looking ma miner' inches capacity, from Walker tcrial. A live corpse, with a sheet Hirer, at a cost of $30,000, fur every about him, did duty in this luxurious thing must be irrigated us it very tenement, just to let tho public see seldom rains here from Jiaich to De- what n fino time he would have of it cember. Yet it is wonderful to sec who should be lucky encugh to obtain how vegetables grow iu this sandy possession of the lodgment iu pcrpc I liavo never seen finer or tuity. soil. larger potatoes, tomatoes nnd tome A good minister out West preach other vegetables than here. Alfalfa ed n sermon on peace-makinaimed hay, a course weed, one might term at two of the deacons of his church it, that would make a blue grass cow who had long been at sword's point; sick, is the main staple, which they aud such was his eloquence aud earn' sell for large prices. Of course farm allies that directly after the benedic ing pajs. 1 nave beard tliem ssy tion was pronounced one of the ilea' how much they make ofif of one acre cons went over to the other aud re of potatoes or alfalfa, but I shall not marked, with tears in his eyes, tell you fur fear you would acciuo me "Brother Stiggius, after such a per of exaggerating, but I assure you it mon there must be peace between us, was up in tho hundreds. Now I can't give in, so you must." MINING Is not only the main staple of Neva da, but tho Pacific Coast. Every one is directly or indirectly interested in mining, for it is a science, nnd tho Pacific Coast is n fine field for the geologist, mineralogist, as well as the I must admit that I have chemist. no pretensions to either, and acknowl edge my Suability to discuu this topic as n science, but shall merely give Tliis Ituilroud is the most crooked and somo facts and statistics on mining. probably the best paying one in the "On the 10th of January, 184S, fifty-foworld. While in Keno I met on miles Kast of Sutter's Fort, on old Kcntuckian by the name of K;am the South Fork of the American Iliv-c- r, who had been on engaged in mining, James W. Marshall picked up a years but this coast for twenty-fiv- o small piece of ) el low metal, weighing hail not lost any t! that Kentucky Mrs. Winner tested it by 17 grains. hospitality, ami longed fur the day boiling it in strong l)e; Marshall test when ho could take time to return to ed it with nitric acid." It proved to his far separated frieuds and relatives. bo gold, and they found it in every here a few days I left After stopping gulch. The secret could not long be for and mechanics kept. Merchants CAUSON, Which is a well laid out city of 5,000 closed their doors; clerks nnd lawyers inhabitants, finely built mid beautiful left their desks, and farmers neglected in appearance, situated in a valley, their crops.tu go to tho'Migins.'' Men surrounded by mountains, protected took out fiom 810 to S300 per day, on the west by the Sierra Nevadas and iu oiie jear nearly $6,000,000 and even the rays of the sun are re were taken out, it being worth S14 flected down on them by tho snows to $1C per ounce. In 1810 it was on the Sierras before he has risen proclaimed to the world, and the great Men of from the eastern peaks. They are a rush began for California. thrifty, energetic people, kind and every clime, rank and profession left ho'pituhle. Tho capital building is iheir homes families nnd prospects, neat, coy nnd a beautiful ornament willing to face heat, hunger and snow of architectural work. Threeorfuur storms; willing to be scalped by Indi of tho Stato officers wcro Keutuckians, an?; willing to die in any manner if headed by that pure, noble and hon- only permitted to think they would est Chief Magistrate, Gov. llradley, bo the lucky ones to reach in safety that the gold of tho bonanza kings the gold diggings. The chief source Being defeated by of the gold products during tho last could not buy. tho power, influence and gold of tho thirty jears in California was placer At first tho gulch monopolies and moneyed men, he or gravel mining. took it to heart, and now lay beneath es were worked by the "pan," or the green soil far nway from tho place "roeker," later by the "sluice boxes," of his nativity. Having been invi- but those have given away to hy ted by Mr McTarnahan, formerly of draulic mining. Uuder a great pressDKALLRS IN Louisville, to visit his ranche, I de ure water is forced through iron pipes, cided to go nnd see how they farm iu washing away dirt, gravel and gold Groceries, Staple & Nevada. Ho came to Carson to get together from the hill side. The gold some Chinamen, rice nnd farming being heavier than either the gravel implements mid told me to go on with or water, settles at tho bottom of the team. A team is composed of "sluice boxes" the smaller particles (AT THE OLD STAND (IF BASH IF.N.NI.) three or four schooners (wagons) being collected by quicksilver deposit fattened together and drawn by from ed in them. Untold millions have eighteen to thirty mules, one driver Leeu taken out in this way. "Quartz" 31 EAT AND VRO VISIONS. handling the one rein successfully, or "ledge" mining was not thought of AMD DKALEH IN to forty until the I'omstock Lode was discovA luad is from twenty-fivAleO. by Comstock. A CMlCICIACsKN, thousand pouuils. This pleased me ered, accidently, FISH, OYSTERS AND GAME very much fur I though I could view "true fissure"vien is supposed to extend the country uud study every curiosity, from the surface downward furerer; INTIIfclUSKASON. thinking wo would arrive safely home sometimes it Is narrow; other times that night. Tho day was scorching wide, then dissppeariug, but finally SPRING AND FARM WAGONS. hot and I soon lost nil my anxiety to returning, ivvery body owned feet W III ulxi tin all Minis of work Initio ecu tho country trying to keep cool. ou or oil of the Comstock Ixle. Fre REPAIRING & PAINTING Wo traveled about tun miles and quently they would strike good ore, SADDLERY & HARNESS halted for the night, that being a big causing the price of these feet (or MINK OS SHOUT hUriCK AND days's drive. We ate heartily and shares) to leap to fabulous prices, enCx saaWWP. i. soon retired, weary and worn out, riching overy owner instantaneously. having the grouud as n bed, a schoon- They hate guuo on from )car to ) ear er as our protection, our bouts ns pil- siuklug at a great expense, uutil now I WA1UIANT ALL NEW WORK I they are down over 3,000 Act, where lows and horse blankets ns quilts. yOSTUS AID SO TWKLVK XjIUNTB. assure you things begautolook a lit- air is forced down through pipes for tle romantic to me about then, tjuiek-l- the miners to breathe, having struck aUAUANTKB Full BATlBfAOTlON All RcpnlrlufilDono my thoughts went buck to my boy- water loug since that will almost in IH All Ht BKP4UIBU. hood days, of the easy times I had stantly boil eggs hard, requiring Neatness St Dispatch. seen and of my beautiful home 3,000 pumps of gigantic power to keep the snj luua mjr VlllY IA)W (xlrrc inilci away. I could see the Indian water from the lower levels. It re tilxuuirallsllutJNU oiwUl;. IWi foil Ilou.il. CornorofMBinnndLancostorSts., oft, but wassoou lulled quires from eight to twelve millions Ulglrs IU4AUU1. fire not far sis-ir- r Htanford, Kontuoky. is. r. iisNit. M sleep by the whistling wind among annually iu wort, mo iomiiocic iotie. llrm tllrsh 11?. Wtir th llmUe Points Xorthsrlr. Yom mil Mini, H Ton mri-fnll- r miim enttlemsm httnly A On Fmneinen ItlH'a wtsMjr.lSMt (l tho ln . i il lull lit St., lift. --- . in thsi fntiiwrhitnVfit nf tho It. H. rim m isiiwil lns Un In i I t tVsio, .. s "sntrej, I nifenoor O. T. Psltsswon, OHIO. nhtrtisa iknM mmr" ry Mid m!i-t- r CINCINNATI, nwtrtnss: IH mmin why Hm magnet la li it fJlMtiilll fmllWri nr,' f", fitl In reply in i ill.' intntn In the nmth. ' 't i.l Refitted Tliroughnnt. Will Arconmo- - nT lint llHSjr inilit lM-l'ntl,'i"m wrote aafoldran, nml I V, lln lit:,il nils if IIm t ii.j. - i ,. (1.110 1UU UUM.1. .nmtlily mmiT tufe than the original th fltfil r,T , I nt in nt il ifiiilK Impsirer may he uln.l to rami his simpla st (1m tnii n nf the (ji pr.it n v v. pkvII.1 Imt tiifti'h il An tlir mr tn 'ix--r tn nbtleweiit nf the facia iteetlle rtaoe' in tiie 91.no lim n t.ml rim, points The reaansi why the l,lo iwl fmm litnli-- r iU vittR hin thin nortbstly itlrerthm ia that the eertli in D. Gennelly, D. T,. Allen in iirirmi Amnwiitil, nml if OLr.RKS Join nuirw II will itself la a rsngnet, attmrtuiKtlipmngnetlfi enrapp nesnUo an the enlimwy magneta ihi; nml 4nt Mtrtv II tlotliin nt tb and J. M.Uoopsr, LateotStanford, Ky. rami mrllr. Hinrr thr front rltrr J the earth is a masrHrt na the rwnnlt of ITM M. nUEITENnACir, Propr. lint ninsi in stiff sntl nlnmft. it rvMftn eartalN eonwteal facta, snneh affei'teil liy itn IhJIiiw nstniv. m iintsmtn tho nir tha aetsnn of the snn. These Inn share iNmrthni, Imt (Ho infuthVitica. all nf which lutre not as yet fnmi nliilirist ai iu inwti tit tlir air s rixlBh t IimI B lieen d t, rmineil. tmU vt tbr f nllms nt tin thin. The itiherctit ami ultimate reason of lite lusvtcr I Kirtfcr of tUs siasu ta tha ok 1 tfcr '.I ! i.i1 r! srrr fart tn TSttTTt, ss out ntskrn Its eraw tlwrtt, nml nlt.l hvht. heat, etc , in not kunwn Ulr.Sa Wktmnl l'ho rittlit nf III Lint in Ml arnTitt tlm i Hint it in iu linno ,i r Willi IHIther the Umf HitliisAt; it down lownrtl therm th; all facta in imtnrv I'.ren an arlhitiiake la aw rrrsHTlaf ami AptfHnc an so ft IIh- - Kimn iiitw th" slrslhhnt out in in lwrfeet linnn, nr with, ami tho direct Iwnt EXjEQ-A.3ST- T LT3STE mtsiiI nml Inrkwanl, (ntnt thonml the fnlsie ruattltant of, the i ctioti nf forces acting jf Ilia wing, the win; ilwlf, Irfnl umlerfreiu rnl m si Mrs font itrtl nml ilnwuwttnl tiff f msn tb In regnril to A coud.Mia. ,1 ' ;''annliiu nuitliiM air. It is rmllr its Mtiisjlit the neoill, pot 'M . to tin northward ami Millinery Ooois ! wlik'li Fall and Winter ctiuiva it to tk) thin, so Hint tun mmthn.ii'.l i. an fndowa The magn feltctol hj tiftwlT with far. Thrr wrrt bought ttntrnttiit thitt n lttrtt llkm liv iu own iV not with of the scight is striltliiRlr true. ta 11 a ltd anr ran ana win mii iom tiie geograplueal p, lea. The mis of 1 111 in true, nlno, of iitnectn nml Imtn. ) ilegrccs maken an angle of nlnmt AS LOW AS THE LOWEST I Tlivj all hare ifla nith nliff tmnt elre with n line joining the fotnier Thanklnfbrr ftlftxla fur their UUtal patron, ami iloiitilo IiiiMl eilgea uhicli l4Hl,nil Tiie iMirthi r i mniiiMitie ilf in at pr, if to rail and ar htrgooda. ht aaki them nlliiw tlw nlrto ium imt, ao tliat ll.inf in esit r Die .vti ,'irrl.' mi tin muidiau liotliincr Imt alhfiiisj ilnnn n hill mail nf of Oiualia. tn t tlte uieilh- ii ttir A IHnl tinm liy llaiijiliig ita winsta, eriTVuliere int to the anlmtn mi, a) niiil it iliea lir fnllinit Iwektnnanl the notth, ami tn ii'ii.lnnlltr ,lile wittu i un ratth nml nli,fln fnrnnnl at the Miit pertain limita Al Han fran, i it p nuts time At tin- - etui nf prh stroke nf ita alnmt 17 tlegrn-- to Hr-- iat ,! notth. niirt it han raivil itneif itwxigh 1" mnVe nml at Oalai,Mi'iiie, aanttich to the w, nt tip fir tlw ilislnnvc it lia fallen nitiee tiie At the htwthi rn inngii. ti. pi, a I ml Innt tlrolie, anil ncnmlisilr it stars at nueeil neeille pnnitnwitli ttnu, ith cud in a the same hight niiit moMni ilownwanln in a plump Inn at Han 1'ran atraight line. einen it dip alawtt m ilrgreen, and ut the If jiiu wntoli tho tlilit nf tlnxe liinU southern mngnerle poh-- the south end Ttliit-l- i tlsp their ttiiiga hlnwlr, suelt on mnts illreetlr iViwn. the womlHrker, ytm run see llictn rine a mag-netiThe action nf tlte earth nml fall, ami wilfhare no tronhle ill aee-inneeille nt itn Mtrfaee it vt aUittt the that thi'ir iath is Imt rmllr n atraight wuoe force as that o( n hanl shvl tnagut t, line, Imt ia mails tip nf ennen; ulthimxli 10 indiea long, strongly iimgnili.,il, at lunls lisp their nintrneo rspiolr n ilintanoe of one fimt "APOLLO YOKE" imt tln-hat o no time to fall through a that Tiie fonnfoing in tlte aen pti il ciplann-liosiwee lireat emmRh to lie seen, llinln of the I t that lite need. point to alno nuio tine nf the wiml to aiil them in tiie iBirthwaril ami tnaitli nnl ()f r. mrac i'.iglit, nml lir linlilimi thrir vinga no ultimate reanon can lie gir. u foi tin like n kite, ao that tiie Himl shall natural fat t any mure than for any other No. 01 4th Stroot, nli,U' nut until r tin in, ther can Mil great olmerreil fact iu nature ilKtunoes without llappiug their viings at nlL Tliey nn supimrteil, ns n vivt As lio Mt on tho tep on HuiuUt kite in, lir the wiml, which in rontlnunlly a V.im nihiiis ngniiiHt tin ir wings, tuul lKliui cTcninp, lio clnlmil the right nttoflr t linJknanl ami ilowuwnnl, thus littint; for every litiitic star. Site nut uui-lt'inaitlcu. n ft locniiM or holding tip tho liinl, nml nt the samo 11 AC Imt nitallj- - TirMnl 8I10 M time ilnring it fortrnnl rommmUthiK iu to mil In ft t ton tiou to Tim liinl nro nut romiKlletltiif.icctho l.T.iitf lrwtetr tlwt wen? nUmt to cirmo wind while they are muling, hut iU oiNtpnrntitm. ntil tlicn pot to "cuU i.ig & changing tho mnitiou nf tho wings n lit1: in. lightututf '. ot I P ' tle ther tun go in wliutccr ilircctiou him"(hmii U of on the a tmy clutnjtes tlurtlh. much anliy hniiing n fittlehis l.in. Urn tlmt tw.r vivk inuiging nUmt a 1 au imii wiu ilim-tnto iu nVntitig whera trains ! uue Mile or the i.ilii-r- . nirtu are a iliNtt, in the ilUtmin,Aim. VrX'j terv nkillful at thin kiml of sailing, nml tier rau ereu remain stationary in tho air fur WantM a wifa who raa hjssxl' a Itrtnta, some miuutes when thcro in a strong To tsraati down Uw wssi lAd awcp ap Um routa; wiml; anil ther ilo this without tlsptiing I DR. HOC I J&. 1 13L ilvttt tara4 that a faaViw ran tat. their wings at nil. It in a tlitllcult thing CaD tha barrtMa axttpHaaaal ytm Not itn iHrt. to ilo. ami no lunln eteent the taunt skill' Wast ksvawi bstw to ta try and ta mat ; p sf tra al a t4ttsr of v.. ful liven can maimae it. Souio lutwks llaka a "! wastesM. ccata, (rob atml lsL aUlacira, A wasa tliat can ilo it, nml gull nml ternn iur often Ast aawa m Um rta ia a f Oow a oM aaiXbM, It wlien a stale nf wiml slaaaksWTfwii pmviata--it Haa, tuci, waArfc ta HAS HAD 1G YEARS' EXPERIENCE ln m---li nrnctn-uu- r in Mowing, ami flier seem to Uko great Ha horrid aiprarajwi aa tti7tmjk.asswa a nuau mm tfiar. aa atw wrw, ncmswmsaa. rriuiru delight In their power ol lliglit. Ta tas?te aad to Intbt Uiainraa, aod fnrUcoafldVot tint h A aort af an aa, mutnad. Hip Ileal uf the I'uim. - sltsnletof grottiiil glass should lw LamiCAX MIVK CYriKK SATISFACTION. Ilr means nf a htlle inntrtim tit enll-n- l eleaiunl witli Siupnthln or jnwrlanh; theeo tno apliygmiK,T iph, the jmU lmttn Bia will not injnro or discolor them. roeont-ol- . lie accurately uuil pertuniH-ntl-- ALL KINDS OK- Ami now Dr. It. V. ltuunr.Uoo. " IiIE ? well, I gtless ho iloes lie," said LUI P. R !1, nf I,.tMlo,i, l.r tkhling hin neighlmr Jonen. "Why, he'a ao LADIES AND MEN'S WORK DONE, a niicrophuui) to a spliyglmigraph, Im fouilif I"'" that If wou"t h'taek' One consolation in being rich is to coiutmctln .phyxtnophuu,', liy nhioli .till, !i: tho pulno-lio.- it may In) liMinl futly feet know that if your daughters can't find away. husbands, money will hire Roratrinc Keatly aud Promptly DU Amencau It xYiii that tho noum lienrd cur- 'i.ittili:rs. retiHju.l to thmw of the heart, noil ar old count . patched. Price Low. some rheumatic, knock-kneethnii iu iittmlicr, imo long ami two Sttuifvrit. to take them off your hands. short, remliling the wnnl'i"liot)ierit." Th reinll ttin Sar prnvUtwu, ic, an m Tlio three uoun.Li aro caiuetl, tho ilrst hy Type metal is usually made of , S iiuunu-tio- n -- tIH SMin,lMl. an it tlirown IUiMa.nilJr.. oi mo U'Mru-lethe lilnml into tho norti, uml th other tWno, hnmi. , - 11 UrJ. . parts lead, eight or ten parts isutsH' 7 two liy the closing of the Milve lwhiml Wheat, raair .. -!:,, antimony, nnd one part tin. SS.SS Menl c it aud the recoil of the arterial column, flour, lluller lot on the control tiou (atatoli-..ISSW tin. it (IninhinL Nickel fivo cent pieces cost tho gov .ISc lltlth WUttSnunr It ia found that the p miliar notimla of Drawn kni(U . ... MWSS. Ul,1 ernment three and a half cents each. Stmll 00 the lumrt, when tllteaitl, auil liy whieh UMlre Mc Salt, ? ka. kml fS.t the phiii-inn cur awvrUius its iiimli tiou, lute their rorrivpmuling wiumli at IrlihlVSaVMn ... JSnAIH (tea, t Urrrl .JIM -Ounl. Jrll'mJ . Ounl.oor.r. . ! !( lH the pulie. .Vn, fur inttauiv, tbone lwanl First Rate Farm For Sale where there in n uVfectho rniHe tliat UiTlnsi Jrts?rmlitl to Quit brmln-- for ft white, LalllmrlUr. the Mood, whieh should lie throw oflVr (or ulaprlvatrlr, lay farm, Se Unmi. cSwir tUcn. .S5 forward, to regurgitate into the chnmlie! llMntlMnlaats 3 UillMfrom U'nluut Hit . Balls Unl lltltM bvldml. audi fromCrartOrrhard. and 1 from tb LAN. -- ...IMS' .IU tWtnv -- 4 couTsrinl to It IL, In cood MUhtiorbotMl, Succcsswra to J N Iatl, Anotlier interesting fact nnpears, vis., s 1wir,prUS aooit ana ciiurrnn. con iaiuin- Arm 01 wen Wbnt.rrJ fll7 Own that a iKTadii'a ptihw in quicketHnl hy htn uiroTtllaisil, llaa ou it a i 2aUrr lraiu huuas. wIlliC roouia. dinliif-rvui- u and kite bra. a NEAE DEPOT, . STANFORD, KY. laughter, tho aonnd nometimes norituug Whnt,w hit rouil cittern uar tba dm. aod all na mr tUtlllS KH tits almont hlo mi echo nf tho laugh. cfMury on I bu Kaluga. An iccjieaiap Mortnard. WLIUSuir ..10.;(lli Iironour vISS thin may liilp to eiplalii theht-gieniTha (arm U well watered wlin aaveral 5rrr-f-l- l lost apritiin, Trrma raar. Call on or addrraa raluo nf a lunirty laugh to one il --3m 4 MM, X.II!(UIS Crab Orchard. lilting purthiirj tl flock snj ko..III of J. a ileprenmnl ami melaucholiu comhtiim. Bnooo, itioiiUrrf . C'iteiillnfi. Imt . ..fte luia,c vtdMStic N. Ditli, In wMru lulnitation tho noumln nru Ibe tuck will, a great ' vc kMir,ilU Urd tlyl; Tlilflf of all lont in a tuirt of loud whirr on from Wbnat, rail. SU.SV Wbtil, wblu k3ic rctnl ring wheel. Mc Ona. r.j...- th When tho iitilne-lH'nt- n are mil niuetv .. . S3c BntU- r...lSAtV n niiuute. tin re u. tocethcr with the or Onti . -IV Cult. . ilinnrr soumln, n iniuiiuuuiis souml re l'ji ILJ IllintlS tall. semliluig what is hivtnl when a shell l HiJ. held to tho eartMwnilile entiMnl lir tin Wblueair. ..IKIIlii tlranaSacu JWtXs Wa Inrlla lh iiotllc EcDcralir to da ua a trial. ana w irouiiae mtut ifuwi uargiina arw in iti friction nf the blood ugnilutt tho walls of gouOa. tho artery. annul uiuitTiiia. It is thought that the sphygmiiphoue 64 & 66 W. SECOND ST. mar lw ery useful in detecting iiiinitU-ani- l rsTUODIdT. tOUTII.-It- lV J. M. Mt. fa Groceries, Confectioneries, Frniti, CINCINNATI. tilhl. olucure piilnationn in ihlltrelit inrtn 31 tr. f IfTaaicrvHiiDJaviuorultiiraAil t'rarrr MMtlnaTltursalar Alcuta. bun Jar toiboo the boily. Youth' Ibiiijxiiiliin. Meati, Flour, Meal, Hati, Caps, of Forolen and Domostla dried and at VW) A. u J. . HUiia, Tb Vuuiaa'a allakiuaarr HutUtr uwU bera imi thalai ' canned Frulta and Vegetables. Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Tobaccos, Huhy Inaach luwitb. at u'rttxk. Mr a. T. T A Ijinionlalile Init. Canned, dried and salt Flsb, ltarlasa. I'rnK.tul. Pickles, Sauces, Oils and CondiCigars, Canned Qoods, Tabs, Back Tim woman who ttiunot grow old in Alrrin1T-ls- kr Hrrrlcca J. M. Ilaiicl-aato- r Boup studs, Baking ments. !JtUAeuo4 ana routta buuUya, uoriilogapd jeutotisof heronu ehildrin, niul keepn Dsgnt, ets, Sundries, Notions, Ac, &c. 1'rartr MvatiDit tirrr afUr Powders, ground & wholeSplcea. aloof from them. Klio uiitken Iomi while m. Hun Jar txhuolal Ht a. uai her sou in umkiiiK line. Hho Immnuiul DUavriDlCO.Vt.l, ToUet and Laundry Soaps. All kloJiof JUrter will 1 taken In fichanga her anient anil Ktew out an grace loaers Seeds, Jellies, Preserves, Fancy for kooiI. Wwnblp tr tba rMi rralloa G1IHMTIAN dar. W bv Rtlluu t will a1u kt p couitantlf on Uw& a laraw Wl fully on alio can, and slut U not una g ou lrtt aaJ Tbtnl fresu-kl- Jja. HJ. Jm. tkbtjtil Groceries and Grocers' Sundrior hcaauikwl ait'l (Jrwn luwlssr, aal tb tuni'a Buunlaf Ut of that her flguro should lw compareil at 9 IA. Jot, hevrraoca. huisrnntradrut. Stork iiiipurutlelrtl In thr U ml. l(tuislaln CuaL with tho Hirurii of her sou's lady ue. H. MtrL Her uioraln nru irre- - T)kUUTrHMN. MitTlI.-Kf- T. at I U.I Juba W. ipiaiutancen. TERHUNE & VANARSDALL. SEND TOR OUR "GROCERS' MANUA- LL ruj. suwr huitdar bcbusjnl Khu nocr ilnl u wrong; lieu I, s94jrtniri.4i.l, LTfiUa I'ratr Uvllo(a Iiroochalile, (Id not tho fault of her tlenr, gar. J. C I VIS, K.lniuin. ruloim liulniuil, who uew-- r knew how to HUfltVTKniAN.SOHTl -- No I aa tor I'raacb. mnko loin to her. Hho winhes that X Itjioii t$eouJ ao4 vurth BuuJat, moiaIo auj hfjcbti Komoyount; fellow would mukolovo to In r, nut slut aciiiom limu miiu lu'ii nho din's, her aiiuiierintr follr txtlln ! liliiMlu-to tho I'lietkn of her (liildreii, while tho Mitiug ui lanaujjhn at her. tm Main & Si enmnrr, A .IimI now It k returning dividends HENRIE HOUSE 1,700 Acres Knob Land I. TIME TAI1LK. EFFECT fdARCH 8th, 1880. TRAIN'S FOR I stfsjtfs. tssj SAJCiE. ii'i itvnx. a TlrltTf1 1ihU hlsmlf) ( itrsj.ts(rr !,,, cariaHitrr, ilnl , rttwatswt In ("a IH acr (wifrtT. Kf . mi I ha watrr f Itrmh llvrk AlsMit t,w arrra In Mttnirsrri, with rirrk anl Ida Wrtlf rswM pjsssjrly itltMIri It. A SpUmtM XarAtlAn for Saw Mill nnd St at Dna1nfaa asHI Iks S NOUTIt-rmlli- -- UK Mas I "K tin " J" STATIONS. m Tbriss IsxiHlakraarkrtawlsnx. ta t nnattrrssstsl l Ut valaaMa llmN-I unWr lntvrmatls?ii ba.lf m A, t fn Aitrr.iTi it. r.wrt.. MitloslTiUf, Kf f . . -- . . lnnn ll Arlwln n l.v ffitlHnonf s S. 4 SS " " MILLINERY. " IVlat ' Kalo Dmlilrrnr (hllnml I mnlrUa,l . li.t.l. . . . .. Sonrrvt it'lmrL . rslnHr tir lUtrnml . (ShraltUV- .. .... . s 9 SS tS SSSn " M Hl li.n H ixntllln JnartlMi .. IXlilllln. " Ni IUm..i J.nrtlon lliskHillnS tulutilk .-. S. . II H lit JJ i ss I 1 01 Ill" " Wlin. . Art nwliiniil l iiiwi tlmrirlnna uniii,.,k,nn -........ 1SI" til" ID" S II " - t Itlln I 11 " 11 " SOS " a ... . .. sis" SI .Ill" ia ill tlit I8 - IS to an SI si M " " f TnAlNS SOUTIt'lHlUNH. a I fionl ) VtriKr's Safe Urer Cure, Kld; fVr ) irhriswrla fv 0ta"t A sr'Wa tfrsin.tiii th nnlv aar t irmrslt hi tf. A t tt IIHahl'ai lills4w,MMt I.l Ultinrtt sUavr. atatti . 1 rlNstry I ! ar i s(imiwiuiwol th ttUttat ordr In proof Of ITH itnlcmtM.lt. arfnrihrrnranr aIHi.b4s, rail fof IT At wrtp. tllMWtf-nr't Hsafstha rnrt M iirihla and thaMhrt ariw sttssII fnr ttarnrr'a utn lilwnr hh4 sUtrrCurr. WARNER'S SAFE DITTEI73. Ith thattMi lllaaa-r- l INrlllrtsansl atlmalatra rrj funcium to men hatutbral snMat aac la ttsiiw a hsnftl in all disaNUM. rtrttas-lt- n m ana al at VZT I.r, . .. " W.lloa -.. " Mlllliniauna- i . (ionrfttonB UilB.loat - Ni,hJ...in. . lllik IttUcnS ' M.rro,l.biiJnB.llini I (, nnrlBB.tl I ... Ei.rr lis it fit ss Amiaa I to b I w an s si - I at -- Mall KrT Mall (,!, fr. 15 PS iiti In II rartM airrmfMiMaia cHlif Itei inrltailiif t'iawrrra Ll aivt sMhtrr tWrgss. sisisaasnwlsL. Wawnsssi nsssnl ssif Isstsst AlanBAsrh. nrtl JlwMtttllMllota. Ilia lly.ris aranirtxt hf thakVAf. ynsqaaiis-- i aaan arin liassf atml roiaiar isms'. ncra aat aitnj IN, HlHis,,nfasr Itlttrr., eSHIRTS!!hbh LOUISVILLE. a WARNER'S SAFC NERVINE Qnirklf ittm llspstl and Mrarai to ihaaaflWlrf, pls4ras ai4 ntirlal rttrvaaia rw- rft rvlwrra al4isllrlll,avl bf wtn-mt- v rtrttM I'rwas.k dnafc. avar-wfrMilam urmiithl no aj4Utrrami aisotha rass. mnt aa ahM-lt- ! atop rowatrrul It la rain II iTsr lnj'a tha ajitiia, wblhsrukPstlaamaJlcr larrdMs, fto)r. aitd lioniaaoCiataalaxa ftrtr WARNER'S SAFE PILLS Ara a( iMtasMluia ail art Ira aitmalua rtr a Ts?ytt Uw rMra auaaisM, prtlft, IU Malaria, tttw rfcsva. alWsjtJ IVi.tltaaira aj,o, . matin Ixn.llto Jaxtlom S Klanor till")-..- lon( M . N,nDrL. IWnt ltB.Mo . . " fniokMUaJ . ' Ikllouu,! " (.ton') " Sptlnt lit J . III Arr t'tltlnn.n,. S M " " " it BBS 1 ii it It t .1 t It lit SS I t St It It I SI I II " w" I It " - sm s v ... . Utn.' .. ... t II SCO IS SI I St -- Sit " I II IU " stn I tS U Mrnl trr. Nattk, ln.l J Unl (II IWnll nllk I.. C. A I., .oj K ' II. Ira. (S KoatiMlr ltl.tr HiUro. llarrojo. ill toBMntanllhS W II ILofkr Kara t all Barf (Si t onaorta nllk all dltrraUt holntalalkoNnilk, Sonlka.1 afo Sonlk.nrot. Tralna 1 and t taio Slnaof at Ihinna, bb4 trala I laloaSnrrmlllo.kooul, auj train I llrralliul (Il CmiomL Itll loon. lib all SltrrilBS lino lor Ihs tl 1Mark now. hrooik lkl.lt aalo be aa4 a lstntru di ax rrarlf iM SklSja rsssa SMTlt. IVtsna liasnl (. bt4ssf ami M I bw SAMI. WtKtnWAIlti. Nottk, foolk, Tail anjttml at fllBflnl SUIkma Ml llBn. l WIIXIN, Iltnl. Tlcltt All SnrlaloBJtaL tt alatlr. Hat. a f ha. co.xnr..'vsi:i) ri.'i IS) LOUISVILLE t wTT.T.anxr I 1 nMIislWIskt Mi 1st E0CHE3TEBL ; H.H.wamr&Co., N. T. IW 4 fsnUSnMSssla. !. & NASHVILLE hoot siio 33 lr Clss4 rsa4M ItAILllOADLINE. TRAINS IIOIMIMHITII. ibsk CHANGE IN Ill-l- OP TIME MAY SSlk, llll.IT ll Lt. Ill.k Innmalor. A.t I, . Mm. KM. it sr.iM'iiitii, it !, Thro' to Cincinnati WITH ONLY TWO HTOPn. OrtkatJ SUo(nl " tak - litlontoa. ..... lt II m ,m 'fl , " " SktlLt Ul- ..., IiiB.lllo Jnnrtloa Mllck.ll.tnii. THE BLfE-UIU- BOtTTtV MnrtkwirJ. 1 i lrj. I mi DAILY I Ar. lbanon Ntw lla.tn. ,, in iu tn sis i IT) ISS " aatt.ull JaMtloa . .. lolnUlo.. ltMBoa JuBrtlon. it - . - TRAINS (K1INO SOUTH. Aacn.1 Lv Crab 1, IIM. StBSir4 I.r UilafUa - TtOaia Ittpaa SSOpt TMpa aw an z i pas. nwpas At I aria.,. .. ant IMpaa Ar Cvatblaaa.i Ar fc'irt;wa .. II i ttApm 4 ttiiul Al.lliltflon ...... Lt. lnBclor.u At. rUrkatooJ tmkarJ. 9 t"I lllial I". L MonltMnft I til -l- lis I'UI.I.MAX lVil.ACr. CAIIN Tt MfphU. Ulllo R,nk, Uaf at Ilia at 4 40 r M UilBtten TuraJar, Tburwlar tnltml at aonlfiatwrJar MoralBfaat aVIl a. u. roan-irarlaJaMltaii with aass(rrtrata far all fsolala anajattua iritwsja. Tralti LaatrM (mltis-tMIsravlBK i sW a. Ntn MoUlo, Uf loan. EMIdllANTS, TAKE NOTICE Tkli mnti U at tf 3 PASSLVOER TRAINS NEW riKJU BBTWER.1 Jt LKXIMITOS aNIt CINCIN.VAT1 Oalj rvn4 ruaalDf a MtifllSct 200 Hllan Shorlsnt to To inn. Tin BiBek l'AI.ACK Tut LIfie IIIIAIUM! 1I00M C.VItl ltdual-tll- qnlcktr aa4 ratoa lootr tkaa hf aay Blktiront. III. aUutb 1IKST In Ta Oulaanll I'aia. ftm Sirtrl tain. IUI rout nlnn.r iknly , rlnalr ol llnm, Untlaaall TWttl. to N't (UICkXST, CIIEAl'KST ASI) Roololntlltnlol. rl, dsan't TERHUNE & VM. IraT "Uliio Uk aalll Sprlnf i," M r w. IX 10 Hours Qulckost ! 05 Miles Shortost LINK TO ! VAMRSDALL kuu,Talaa,Ae. ajar. tloaL OrF J. Aaruoar, Ac-TTJ-C-T- iBjIaaa, ton. Notnata. . (IBlj on ebani t nt Lonla b4 atmnt Tl ItU u tk nunlk, I or kmlaraal lutoa to lluttj, Ar UsWmJo. I K.o, llllnolt, Atitaana. I'. ATMOUK, Bliar4, kj 4--. t. bbJ Tl.k.l Ait., Lonl.ilH.Kr. c THE WHITE SULPHUR SPIUNOS Ami All I'olnla III 1 Irglnla, VIA MAYSVILLK "CUT-OFF.- " g- ...! 1880. CUNNRCT 1 U ...li lUruroa TUl.li lo all Suaiin.r llmufUal Iaw nnlM. S.4f USl..l.rB A Snllt, Ullaflou, Of. ten In 11m nil IUl.1 .! JAS. IL LKUVARD, IIMa &D1RJ.. rAMENOKU TRAINS HUN AND AS OLLOW . Ul. rrzzz SwcrrlBtfBnrBt. OLD HOUSE New Goods, Trattlla lniof arr Afrat. JAMtJ V I.IINST. tlfO.nl ruorofrff Af.nl. lilXIKlin (XILIUAN. Ma. Mail IiTara Itlthtaot3tl Uua ioJoAalll t1tartolt-nfU- . , mt J.T.WARREN&CO. u buuaioD..a-.- H hllamisu-u WblU0li.-ur....-i a. M t THE INTERIOR JOURNIIL M M M ChartMle- -. HuDilogtuo ISsfUusu-l- h llinto........ t (Itl'rlL r .. IUi W II M HpM l Ua m llllM lltlM Itp S 30a m II 1 I 00a ta M M 10 Up a. 41a tu Ml i p n Mil w ia T w " " Majrarllla J 9 00 a u - UIUU 4 Up 7 M nop w UiMlooall " lanattMi .oolo.... Itlrhuuin.! CuBBftii slstltv At P.M. A.M. ti.t I'. M. JOB DEPARTMENT, FP.EQUEN'T FDP.CHASES day, lur lluatlnt;toii, fiiiaaur .7tkii.rK. !ln. I HmII iUmij at Ur jotia Muti iubbmIi at Goritoaafllla villi Na. 1 M llaallDflaa. lib Cbalr far from Waaalnleti toU hi la hu.tbur. ft S Kklirraa ruea dallr aaj coaaarla al vilk Meawrra lor Iwliuwulh, Maia- villa aa4 UiirlDnatl. IvbDaclarksari atUurilutia- siiivtVB- UUlla&ii Mall from Wait. In ton AM CHAK&ES, D. F. BASH, Harhis&unnelle.Y Fancy riMMi im:.smi;.s ivi:i:kly WTOTIOB Now ing as Complete as any Print- i MANUFACTURER ItlTUOUKN, Ills Square .Mrul. Ouo day recently, aa one of our prominent hunliiean men was uliout to enter fur illiilier, ho nn his fat onto ni-o- lt liy an lmlitidiul with a tleeidiilly eareuorn eipienniiiii, who hciu-.t- l thut ho would ibwlnt hiui to get hoiui thing to ent. Aa the Hum looLoil liku n worthr ohjeet of chanty, tho gentleman told him to (jo iu, uiiil ihreuliiil (ho v.iiter to give him 21 ceiiU' worth of f i,l itml elinrgii it to hin check. After Uuinhiii hU mm tinnier tha geiilleuiuii was to Mettle for his check, when, noticing u liuiiionnis look on the uaiters foiv, huunVikl him whut the hungry limu '11m riply wtu : "1'ivo luiil ordiieil. ghuunm of lager." roWot Aitt'trtmi r A DiiMJiir iuuii trlln n gmnl story nt his unlit, who in n lumlrl holm, ku p. r uml a k.'itipiihiiin ttitkhr for it ealli-i- l tuhle. 'Hie luurtio ilinuir hi ur, hihI wan prmMil to ft iy to lueitl. At tho tulile thele wua u inni.1 the fmnl. Imt thu ,! mil'iilv of to make laiiuy tipolo-(.- ! hiily fi'lt eoliipelh-ia for iuiugiiiary tl th lenelen. In the twice the hiu.i mull unkiil our Unati ult l'utliir to "lilinntlio ftilgal luiul," Thui uia. to thu huly W'O liuuL "AN Aiuencaii," says" llio Jill Mull Oiutttr. "f,fl no kht n.n and otlnl.ii. 'no hauteur or nnerto iu the prn mv of stranger who is alwi a filtovr-eilin Tho ley inaeivnnihility aiippo-m- l. ult, 'tuoroorlcnntiiith, lolw ehaiacteiui.c f l, Tbaonlr Isruorrallc lllutrl. NfBsaisr wilt U aeot isnkiilJ, for Ata araka (until Agsruta waottsl to4 tfraMiisilti sW3lMHl, ' autt fit Iptltryluau atrlillun ir rrnta In sftatia alaiusa ( aaisila t tuba of 4 wilt t aul lluitratn) Catalan CM aenl rka hr ft A'Mrrw Ula I'uUUb Establishment Outside of the Largo Cities, MrcUla MlJIattiJ Kiprraa fron Waablilou run- nwiai al fiiubaTllla -- lib ha. S lur (In clnisall, wllb rullwao Mrticta Iruia toaafalnibii U Ubltabulishur. Mralala MltllaaJ Kipraaa from I mat It la aa I.Tucliburf rtsaarcia cluaalf at Cbarlollritllla villi No. IsW Utwlauall, 1S. 5 Arroiil, Irarra ItUbutoaJ dallr, tirfl't Kuaday, ata.30p.iu. 4 arrlfra at UwrdvuavUla at 1 IS ... ui. &o, 91 MIstMlleafraCbarUtifailUadalls.rs rrbl hundaf.at 4 Top. w. ea arrival of Irglnla Midlaud Mall frow Itaavllla aod I.totbUrj, and arrlri-- at V, lltlausauit'a at I IS a. u. C'atra oq No. I from lUtbtumtd Iv U bite Mjipbur. On No. I ttvm YVhita halpbar ta UuailagUm, rzz Na, 4 krt. Xv J 4.J ncsauwrK Mtliitf r r t: t KAHTWAHI). Mail. ritat . LflttDtlnnaU M Wajrullla ltfUus-ul- h lsrr)-.- .. ' ' HuuilDtftoutC. All.) (ua .Lirllwu..... M . IH. lugtV, 14 l9f tlttit w lurk Pricoa for Work aro as Low as in Cincinnati or Louisvillo ! 4 IS am a 37 p Illutou .. .......- -. u VvbllaHulfbur ... SMau 7 4.1 p n ia 1 4S p m II U a M Maualoa M ('barlulallU....w... 4Mpu u M (lurduuavllla . 4 00 a w lOupu 1 ltUbtuuod 111 u SSOplu .. .... IUi w 4 30 p tu.lOUIa a. I o p u 13 V p ta 4 00 .10 30 pw p ut .... IUi I.AlVYl.lWlllilMS. CATAUXIUU. CIKCULAIW, IIOOUAUUE8, ItWTKIUi, NOTIX, CIILCKD, K'' Soru Tliro.it, Asllima, (.'onsumittlou, AanAIIIMaaaflarTIIKlTa.dInV.U)a. CoukIis, Hum-rhltl- SURE UUWE Colds. rat ap la QaartJUia Unitllaa CAUM, TAOS, ENVEUU'lvl, UtCLIITM, SUBHKNAH, LLTrt.UIIEAW.NOTEIIr;AW,liILI.IIr;AlH, BTATtUtNTS, W1TNKS.1 WKHD1MI . 3 Mull taavM lluotUilua dally,, aarrpt Hundijr. 1 La No. 3 train Iravliit; IluDUiiitoa va .Saturday llsaovrrat V, blla bull bur froiu SO a Huuday III) Va, iu Muuday. OuDoatta rlistwlr at llarduakTill lur Waaiilusjloii vltb Cbalr Car fruiu Whlta Hulisbur to Waablbulun. VlfLlula Midlaud Mall fruuilsaaallla and Lvurh. liuri ivunatta Huafly at Uordntua villa alih rto.3 for ulcbuiood. C. B. A I'. I1. Slftuvr No. 4 dally, aud la dua al isarra iuriuuaii at lluulluilbii vltb No. 4 r iwraa. vbhb ru ha dally lo JtlfbuMud fwiissnta rlnawly at I bar lolletvIHa (ur l.yii.l.lurK and t'autllla. ('saDt,u rluswltr at Uofdiiifllla tut Waabliiiiiau. vltb 1'ullsi tuaa Bltrttra Uum Whlia Bulpbur to Vtaabluyto- -, u. t'xirraa. a CEUmiCATW, BONUS, INVITATIONS, al catit V leavtatloidwoavllla dally, iu. ArroiM i4 a, u. aud arrlvta at lUcbiwwud tfuuday, al a 41 Tin: vi:uy iu:st stym:. rfir ZcT&vaMi lor Yimilr BcUaUflftllr nrparal of HsIum Tvla, OrrUlllisJ tUwkUntaJr, Ola Ktj, aa4 sxbar tuaka TU ttsrwula i iyMciana, la slblf swaaitsstiislsti Vf Ihstta. a4 ti' aualittia .( w nsuat lrwusiysntl aUiUat, VnJ O A. ilaUINf It, I Oulswais. ka isa Ilia lalsaiaf to llta msxIismJ l UaU ! MM Kara-- ItVIC aUladrJ itsa I.S ninna latart fat (Vmuaba.! wlnia, IsadiasMlia. HlwaMsaita, bur Tbiual, Waaa Lwna. alsw 0Maaurtswiit lit Usa lav ataiwJ ai'(a. APHKTIZK1LH wakaaa UUV flts.UK JaJiaLLful tails fuf tsui ll nam. la ta Ut ; if w tlssliibutssat, it fitaa inaa.acUiit ao4 abouata w aasai vsiavana i.ai'aivi irstsaiv V. rUNEHALNOTICKK, -- KTC . BTC lat - atrf lfilukalhlluLt; va I 4i Wo Cau uot bo Beaton In Low Prlooa and In Ex- iUaal ecution of Work. A Call when In nood of laavaaBlauDtoa daily, tim Cuubarta at IfaarWIItavllla H, Mall fur I.;ncbbur aud laovllla and la risnusN inwi vltb at ifrduua villa by Virginia Mld laissl Mall from Waabldartuu, tud arrliaa al HUb-wi- d al a p. w. ot) No. I fn-lluailnitua to Klrrfiliiaf bliaftuli'feur. ifahu. 4 Iruui WbllaHul'bur to Ulrbuuitd. vr lUlaa.TUl.ala, tawgat;a Cb(ha,Af4 tlHy to N. W. tOllNdTON. II V I'. Ak'I, narlunall, O. UINHAY It. IHUVAIUMJ. I'- - ATA. W. M if. DUNN, fcug'r A ttupt. BuudaT, vlib 1. 83 Mlartlw. alft Wi. V. a. iu. 4'ra KjiWj ataatwUrtajsaJiaaiT IVVUt-.N- t Q 111 Ir-A- With ,10Ml.i.)rwi inuite, paillvt'f miy "' iu-huuu' it n m th,.r,.ii! . Vi4asMl MtUttln. ativ 1111.U '" " fern .1 lunch foiiiulnli ui In eon mo i of thettllgar fauuliu It tilth if imii. pi Minn 0,1 tin uum """i ti -- i i ttlui'l. , , ,11 ,,i Intnl., n ,., !i 1 tul r aiuuia. btf h Laiuy t. .4. UAUI1N. Irtrlataia, UiasilMMlatrart. 1'kUtua. aiiinsUMntsItt (AslalSMInliSaat aiAUPas-ssiv-b -- Y)l ap" mtnsa. ,f JscUMaJal.t ! Ufa la aiiMsaisi UL M rmmr u , iinul ,n u, r 4srtr twr IIItl Vlst Mribaat fur 111 UiaMaHtsa fwr Ut fsji" avs.lt, lliuagUt anything in our lino will ooiivinco you of tho truth of tho abovo. M 1. 1 U AGENTS rOUTUKKr.S'Tn'KV WANTED! BAlTIttT AKMUUNCK Iv Uf liiauiaiuf, -- Ill luJ U iu of ui Wllst. br nut UiilHlH, li UlHKUH UirillllAlaiiaaiiaabrt. )ur (.a , J r. uuafsr nakrMsr mt Aaskutiallua. Mru of vsrrtsiMa vlMiian tsuwa vvll rrnvtsiuu-od-!- . Ibi Ir Iu ivUfsa in A II. r:V, Hrrw,, NaulWd, by