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W. tilTnit "WALTON, AMU'mirmnTiM'. a'. . l)e0fr.lt lf. ee I.W, iiiuhnr. manasikh. .'I' U ll.MH jeer ...- WALTON, J taemb... 1 ., iHW 00 The Interior Journal. V0LUAI1. 1X.-NUAIBI311 TO THE PUBLIC. Tho bo Interior Jonrnnl will y sent from now till Jnn-nar- 1st, 1882, for H2, lo oou joii orriCK is comi'Mttk imfrittoun wm elbfatenfed wo io-- i 17 "W I be I lew. inioi J"" pmmh ii f 30. Jic Hlnlin '(III. STANFORD, KY., Kit! DAY, NOVUM BUR rr i i fi, 1880. WHOLE NUMBER i sahscrlhors 4.12. tjrisli. Now'h the yonr chance. pitying; "ns- - Tnl. .1 lilinllnii Mnirlniir, KatlefeaM reemf Mklle Hoon aflrr tho cloto of tho last war IM "flrt. wmla. ef.la H't fMrtH Wr (.'apt. X was appointed n Jiutiee of l.eobla' Maantsi' M lew IKI Kesle IWM4 awe the Peace in, a country place not fur Vkkle, I hh r--4-J ' ileeeief-i- -e )ew're fa from llaleigh, North Carolina. wer4T His father had Wen n planter in n rrfilj I.Wslioot Jmt ae4 IheS Nwtk I'n liMrt item wild i Ike 4tf ) le M rather small way, and his son, the Te km A ail prl-- l fcw J ejfe ted '' ' elte la love with Vf Ml, captain, had acquired comidcrablo ex lefccallnl brr ea a be M perienco In the bmlnrss of managing -An I el fclht. ohe vae partl, well I" real estalr, drnwiug up ilenls, etc.. Tom laaPtMlftlefaseaelT wfKk as be MM, IbSe aer Ivra taf during the father's lifetime, and then "I dr.etl hr, Mr iUiH hM-l- in settling the rttale after hit decease. Xr Lilb, ldrM.l her, m lrH', ll'elrar Further than this he had no legal Kesle, ! fiiwM 'I IW I mt knowledge, and, indeed, lilt entire wwal I M Vm. Ibal'e Kiiif, ire inm stock of "liook learning" was small I llMt llb ef rfft and oorly telccttd, but any lack in ' An4 r.t4fl '! general information was fully mado iwi w nsLriMsiM ! up, fur disquiet, by lelfaisertion. iloo I Of.ee. im; Too aiai Jtnti b.r, 11 ) 1'nMlaUUitHt! lla.er l I.ale one afternoon, ai he was riding Str Mr il.J'e fwiwl' bete. leohal t.riLrWeB', IA,txiJl'imn', like Tkl Mt Me I home from Kaleigti, lie met a young woman and two men, who hailed him No UklaJ tt.it .U eSeeUkorM tree IVr It's l'JI; Mibnt'" -- Ilk," MM Kale, wlln and inquired if he was Captain X. a eaecr, The young woman and ono of the men M bus, Mbiileile., reef-ejaore) Ae-.ere M.rwltffl, 'IU h.f ea Jailta 11. wished t3 bo married at once. The Ibei, tsilak.i-i- f eJtlr., Mtak.aa-lseiMlother had come as a witness. They IVr bo's fwwta' la roost w N.w IMew mj 1.4 had procured tho ntcctsary license, Want Ik.l Uet klM. to., all, wan't raw 1 W wKralll.llpMntwtM, whf, wkilwlll I to but an iiate father was on their path, wT JfsMkk,i-- l barf III ltalllxtlll and swore that they should never be mrKkiiiTik Ukll.,ll'aliaf married. It was considered en all ac I U kal Wlk rr art, counts safest to have the ceremony Aa4 fcfrrr II. aw" iierformed without delay, and fry paci fication afterward. 'idlirrlii, Citrr i JCuow Tk Jim. J. 31, (iranli-g- in Now the captain had never witness lug to well m I da tlmt )ou ore ever ed a marriage, and naturally had no rciiljr to tin guoil iu your cajweit)' very clear idea of what wru mual iu memlr of 1'arliamcul, nut only to such cases. He remembered having inJivMuali but to tlio public at lirgr, seen n book about tho bouso jrars be 1 am tatitflftl tlit you mill Jo juitico fore with n form for marriage in it, In lading tlie lollowing itnlcmmt ami but what tho book was and where it cuto fur Diphtheria Ufuro 1'srlia-mri- it was he could not remember. at jour tarlieit cumcnicncr, "Why," said he, when ho told the it: Having Kin and constantly story afterward, "I knew the 'Postlcs' heating of that direful illicac, Dipb-thcri- j, and at Creed and Commandments, ami its awful tllecti iu liring-infirst I thought I'd me 'cm to begin on. uch Urriklu allliclioiu into ao but then I reckoned, on the whole, luauy families over tlio culony, I ran they was too durncd solemn." no longer HithliuM from the public lie Diked the couple to come to Ins the cure I have found to lie to perfect house, secretly hoping that ho could in about a dozen cases, not failing iu find that iKxik; but they declined, for one Instance; ami I Irutt that Parliathe reason that the matter admitted ment Mill reward ruo it lliey find the ot no delay. I might inaLo a foreuro ellectual. , less assured man would liatobcen tune of it, a.i ionic gciitlcnieu ndvitcd sorely perplexed, but not he. Ho lost me tu inako a private practice ol it, no time in removing Ins hat, anil rebut being the i.illier of n large family marked : "Hats oil in the presence of invielf, ami rcting the diatrcM that the Court." All being uncomed, ho the dUcate would bring into to man; said: "I'll swear jou in fust oil. faiuilica iu one part of the colony, Hold up jer right hands." while I might bo in the other, has "Me, too Tasked the friend of tlio brought me lo the rIkjyo coucluiiou, groom. if gi'ing publicity to It through you "Of cuune, "said the captain, "all in jour place in Parliament. The ttitucuts must be anoni. You and ditrote i oue of n hjdatid growth; each of jou solemnly swear that the the imccla breed in millions in n few evidence j on shall givo in this cae da) s under a film they make, which shall bo the truth, th ole irulb.an Weill up iu the throat and completenothin'but the truth, t'elp jou (toil. Tlio mixture ly sIojm rupiralion. You, John Marviu.do solemnly swear below cautes the film inilant-l- y that to the best of your knowledge to contract and break, and Willi the an' belief you take this jcr woman tcr Iiiaccts iuttantly, and they are all havo an' ter hold for jertelf.jcr heirs, the throat, and tlio pa- cxekycrters, administrators and as waihrd down tient it completely well in a few min- signs, for jour an' their ue an' be ute; ouly a slight roughuets it left hoof forever? lii tlio throat, which toon patcnway. "I do," answered tho groom. Give four drops of "The Mixture: "You, Alice l.wcr, take tins jer sulphuric acid in a glass of water, mix man fur jer husband, ter have and tcr the tvo well together by pouring out hold forever, and you do further swear of ouo glas Into another a few timet; that jou are lawfully seized in fee- then give It to tlio patient to drink. simple, are free from nil incumbrance Thciuautity will not hurt anyone, and an'haegood right to sell, bargain it It also a good purifier of the blood. nnd oomey to the aid grantee ycr-sel- f, "Any person can get for sixpence as jer heirs, administrators and asmuch acid, as will serve him for lilt signs T" , life time. I am, Sir, jours olxxlicut-ly"I do'said the brido, rather doubtItoiiLirr liltUATlltUU. fully. "34, Chetwyud street, Ilotlmm, "Well, John," sold tho captain, Tl "ffjml.meflstn, V" Mb .ii rnr. SJIlli le ll It et, al i)s MYvl tl lf fr n A Columbus young man until quite recently was courting a fat girl at the l'at I'nd, and had progressed very favorably with his suit. One evening recently he dressed up in his host clothes, carefully cnmled his hair,and started out to make Ids tri weekly visit lo his fair one, who was waiting fond expectation in her in the parlor heart and a cold in her head, superinduced by the fluctuating weather. This was, at jou might saj', tlio prologue to the tragexly. It appears, moreover, that the fat girl's lather, who is worth many thousand dollars in good, icnsiblo bonds, nnd as n consequence is an ol jeel ot the young man's lender tegard, hail for several nights previous Iicen the victim of somo unknown mhcreant who had raided on his hen pen with disastrious effect. Sick of such foolishness, he had prepared n ghastly retribution for tho fowl villains, nnd tu this end had filled a big garden syringe with about a gallon of nncient beef brine, seasoned with garlic mid flavored with atsafu'tida, and was lying in nnibush behind a box, where he oould sweep The every approach to the lieunery. young man, who is pretty wcllac quaintcd with tho whole family, thought that he would surprise his girl by entering the homo tiucxfct-eill- y by the luck way. This is the situation: Ooitm Cm, 0(T. 18S0. JI7lr Inlerkr Jmirnah As you have bun (ending us tho I.NTKiuoit JoiriiMAl. fur two or three years, perhaps it would interest jou lo know a little of our country. I am nn old reident (if Lincoln county, Kentucky, nnd still havo a great many friends there, hut I havo chosen Southwestern Missouri as the Jind of my adoption, and expect to make it my home fir the future. The climalo is exactly like that of Kentucky, or if e have had, any difference, milder at this date, only one cool spell, lasting only a few days. As for crops hard, indesd, would it be to please the man who is dissatisfied wilhthi jcar's work. Everything did well wheat, corn, flax and millet vied with one another in repnjiug the farmer for his toil Wo have been deficient in the matter of railroads, heretofore: but that want Is now supplied. A new railroad runs from Port Scott to Springfield, this State, taking our little village in its eoursu nnd passing immediately in front of our door, 300 yards away. Another road is under lieadway from Sedalia to I'ierco City which will cros I lie first somewhere near us and still another is being made from Nevada, Mo., to Carthage,which will also form a junction about seven miles West of this place. Henceforth the farmers hero can ship their produce almost from their owu doors. The ieop!e are, fur the" most part, honest, moral people, nearly all frAni Illinois nnd Kentucky, and I would advise any one hunting a Iccation iu the West to pay n visit to this pirt of tho world. In conclusion I will odd that we will roll up a handsome majority for Hancock and Kngiish iu Nov. ic spite of the Greenbackcrs. A Hancock j ole will be raised iu Greenfield, our county scat, and none seem to have any fears as to the result of the election, notwith standing the Kepublicans are jubilant Yours, S. II Kvnkv. over Indiana. 1'lro I'jrtltitiittmUer An engineer in the llrooklyn Fire Department has invented an automatic fire extinguisher, which was recently tested as follows: An experimental theil was half filled with barrels of Near the roof shavings nnd chip). was nn iron pipe for the convcynnco of water, to the end of which was at tached a bulb perforated with numcr out holes. In the center of the bulb was a cartridge, held in position inside a plug, to prevent tho water from flowing, and on the outer sido was a telegraphic attachment. The inllamable material lieing lighted, iu thirty-fiv- e seconds tho fuso of the cartridge lie-came ignited, resulting in the explos ion of the cartridge. This released tho plug in the bulb, allowing tho water a free course, and at the same time released the telegraphic attachment and soumlcd au alarm on nn imturu- The experiment meut at a distance. was in every way sullslactory, as the fire was extinguished without damage to the sheil. a .lis ,littoiiintlr be t e S d is the hennery; b is tho old man, and c the syringe; d is the young man lightly turning lo thoughts of love ns well as tho corner of the fence; c is the house itself, painted brown; and f is tho fat girl sitting by the piano nnd ringing "1 allier, tlcar lather, como home;" gggg is the gathering darkness. Gaily up the back jaid thojouug roan comes. Silently in nnibush the old man lies. Cheerily the fat girl Quiet but awful is the warble. In t lie uncertain li;ut ol syringe. early evening tho old man sees a fig ure stealthily drawing near his guard ed pen. With bated breath ho wait! the onslaught. Tho syringe sounds its s rp" and its deadly condreadful tents fly through the air liko a wild A yell that tore and mad avenger. tlio azure robe of night, fairly shocked the fat girl oil the piano stool and curdled the old man's blood, followed the discharge, and when the neighbors rushed iu, under the imprcMQu that the Garfield boom had burst right in the neighborhood, they found the unfortunate young man pawing madly around on the ground, and screaming out awful Mexican words terrible to hear, while the old man hovered our tho scene with a syringe iu his hands, looking like au animated figure es Sympathiz caped from an allegory. ing arms bore the youug man into tho house, after their owners had stopped their nostrils with cotton, and it re quired the combined efforts of the fat girl and eight friends to bring him to, and it was soma hours before ho was able to inquire if tho meteor hit auy-bod- y ilso when it struck. That night, beneath the darksome shade of a cypress tree, whoe thick branches the vainly strove struggling moon-beam- s to pierce, an old man's tottering form rested upon a spade, and silently Ho had viewed n new made grave. just buried tho syringe. Young man, befoie beginning to read medicino or law, ask yourself if it would not be better to read agriculture and practice it. Are not the to called learned professions crowded lo their utmost capacity ? Is there not a more inviting field njien before you ns a teamed larmcr, man as a learned lawyer, divine or doctor? lo attain distinction in any of these professions you will, most likely, have to go through tho starving process for several jears, nnd to labor harder than any farmer labors. Think of these things. If you don't think of them now, jou will think of them often beforo you make a living by your profession. i fjnrmlltiiin fur n II Ifr. recollect what j'fiur feclingi were Immediately after jou had spoken the first unkind word to your husband ? Did you not feel ashamed and firieved, nnd yet loo proud to admit? That wa, is, and ever will lie evil geniusl It is the temper which labors Incessantly In destroy your peace, which cheats jou with evil delusion that your husband deserved your anger, when he really most required your love. It is tho cancer which feeds on those unspeakable emoXos. JIS tions jou frrl on the first pressure of his hand and lip. Never forget the manner in which the duties of that MI'RIIAV1.fHIII'IFY, I II AM, III N 111 calling can bo fulfilled. If your hus WII.MAM HHlri.U, band is hasty, your example of pa tiencc will chide as well as teach him. Your violence may alicuato his heart, and your neglect impel him to desperation. Your southing will redeem him your softness subdue him; and the good natural twinkle of those eyes now filling beautifully with priceless tears, will make him your own. Doj-oi- JOHN H. CRAIG, WITH WHOLESALE DEALERS IN SHIPLEY, CRANE &CO. BOOTS JLlSTlD SHOES :iinl 100 West Pearl Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. EC. O. K,TJI3T1E52" merchant Tailor, - MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY. The habit of drinking can be cured IK TIIF. HRM III IIAVINO ri'lirilAIFtlTIIE ISTFaKiST I1F Mil ). It. MARSCHALI. A Ktirl.r, It nllouadlllh. oMsIidJ. abrrcl h,T,Ju.t mYirrda Saa lla.er by giving the drinkers all the liquor llarixli.ll Wo they want to drink all the time. PKEiN'CII AND ENGLISH SUITINGS, know of two iu our owu experience Which I IH mat up In fintUM 1I7U dI it the I.oweil Vrtrtn, I hift frnunntlr localM Id ManiurJ. ml all I k Ii a trill. fUtUlJCtion tmisirl la tirtf Imtinr or no nl. who were cured in three weeks. Oue window, jumped out of a third-stor- y Cutting and Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. ncd ran a curbstone into his head. con tl ma or of tb iimf The other didn't get up ouo morning, Think Tnl fir jwnl Citon, I ..opt?, Ij ttrkt ftlUulIoo to butlops, totnrtt 411-lVery Kctf.i.tr( H. C. RUPLEY. . and has now a curbstone growing over his hend in the graveyard. Wife weeping by the bedside of her "Hear my prayer, oh, Lord 1 If a life must bo rcndercd.tako mine, but save, oh, save my dear hus band." "Hear her, oh I.ord I Hearken to her pri) er V he said. iiusband: M'ALISTERMYTLE. All the influ ence which women enjoy in society their right to the cxerciso of that maternal caro which forma the first and most indelible species ot education; the wholesomo restraint which they possess over the passions of mankind; their power of protecting us when and cheering us when old depend so entirely upon their personal purity nnd the charm which it casts around thcm,thnt to insinuate a doubt of its real value is willfully to remove the broadest corner stono on which civil society rests, with nil of its benefits and all of its comforts. IIIh Purity. Tho South is supposed to havo had nil tho pistols that are used for diabolical puriiwes, but it really stems that Indiana was pretty well stocked with repeaters at her late election. Glasgow Times. Lovers of honey will bo gratified to learn that Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup is a much sweeter article iu winter and much better for a cough, No Honey Printer's pi and picnic pie are not the same, although one is Ko-cussed nnd the other custard. komo Tribune. TBOILSSIOMIL. "h An Indian thief was turned over to tho chief of his tribe, at San Diego, Cal., and by him sentenced to receive ahuudrcd huhes. The culprit was a big, powerful fellow; but he submitted quietly to being tied to tub side ot a high wagon, with his legs and arms A extended, and his back bared. stalwart Indian struck the blows with all his might, using a leather lariat, and making tho blood flow at every stroke. Tho victim endured the dreadful torture in grim tilcuco for a while, and then broke out in agonized screams. If ho had remained silent to the cud, tho chief would havo restored him to tho tribe; but as he "cried like n coward baby," ho was afterward driven out of tho neigh borhood. We secured before the advance in Woolens a Large Invoice of "17th September." With regard to the cute for diphtheria, Mr. (Jreathead requests us to state that tho full strength of sulphuric ucid is required, roost of the acid procurable in the colony being l'nglish Paper. that'll bo about ii ilollur'n fifty cents.' , "Are we married J" asked the other. "Not by a durncd sight jer ain't," quoth the captain, with emphasis, "but the fee comet in here' After some l. fumbling it was produced and handed to tho "Court," who examined it to George Wheeler was in love with mako sura that it was all right, and trail) Hill llnu'm III f - f'ofiiiilli. his wifo'a sister, iu Sail Fraucisco, but Stanford, Ky., is noted for her then pocketed it, nnd continued: lovely girls aud beautiful women, and "Kuow all rucu by theso presents, could discover no pretext for getting if society up their is miuus un nngcl that I, Captain X, of llaleigh, North rid of his wife. Delia Tilson, the siswe saw her yesterday in our olhce, Caroliua, being in good health aud ter, was made very unhappy by the playing thunder with tlio heart of touud and disposin' mind, in consider- complication, for the returned his pas some chap who was at the other cud ation ot a dollar 'u fifty cents to me sion, and auo had a deep regard for Words of love iu hand paid, tho receipt whereof is his wife. At length the was fouud of our telcphouo hue. Sho hud been Hew thick uud fast until the machliie hereby acknowledged, do and by these dead in tho house. Mil cool began to smoke and tlio wire to hent, piescuts havo declared jou man nu' choked to death by George. Af(tr tho had been gouo so mo time we wife during good belicvior, aud uutil account of tho murder was as follows: "She asked me to cut her throat. I stepped to the Instrument aud listened olherwiio ordered by the Court." a moment. Presently a still, small Tho men put ou their hats again, told her that I could uot bear to see voice said, "Darling you uro there the youug couple, after shaking their her blood, but I told her I could chuke yet?" We replied in ns ladyliko a benefactor's band, went ou to meet her. She said 'Very well,' anl sat iu manner as wo could, "Yes, Pet." their destiny aud tho irato father, my lap, when I placed ouo hand on Then ha replied back, "1)j you know while the captain rodo home richer Iu her mouth nnd with the other grasped who it is talking to you 7'' Putting cxnericuco. flMitor's Drawer, in her throat, aud she, throning her head back on my shoulder, died liko u child. ou our falsetto, n In basso, we said Harper's Magailuo for Nov. She struggled but little. At first the "Wo don't rccogniio your face, but Club looked into my ejes, and 1, kissing Ai a member ot tin) Llme-Kili- i that the damu'dest breath fur a smell in "Ken them, told her lo close them, which of onions wo ever struck. We listen- who lives on Ohio street ed just lung enough to hear that chap tucky," was assiiting his wile to bring sho did uud thus the pasted away." ." Well, wo didn't in Monday night's vtatluug, ho took say, "Goto A clergyman liast middle ago, alter occasion to remark: "Ico gwine to Courier-Journagn. ho in dat tub uloro mawuiu." "U hat having uuilod a loving oouplo Iu the U'uiuel MtOeo, on his way to work you uwino to Mt iu dat tub far, ole holy bonds ot matrimony, wus asked Iu Vicksburg, said to his companions: roan? Don't you 'member you hvl a by somo ouo present at the marriage "Pin dry and ain't gut u cent; but I'm n ico bath free weeks ago las' Sunday?' feast how he, a bachelor, could congoing to have somo whisky If I die for "Ico gwiue to bednr, I tell you; ice sistently engage iu such ceremonios. it." lie led them into Kaniuel Haw- gnluo to be dar." "You dou't waut The good man's onswer wan tigiiifl- thorne's saloon where they had the to go iu dar, olo luau. You cotch cant: "In a mail's life there are two drinks, aud McQu anuouueed that he your dell a oold." "W'hal.de matter periods when he U likely to marry couldn't puv. Then ho did "die for it." lluwtlioruo killed him at once wid you, jou brack nugel? Icugwiue ouo whin he U jouug and has no to form in dat tub afo' mikuuiu', I lolo sense, the other when ho Is old and wills a pistol." itrtlkcrahitlou too flue has lost his teuso. Ho was glad to "Words that burn," mused the edi jou. It iu Inform them that ha iu paitoue.and for jour iiidtfiiiitu comprehension tor as ho dumped tho contents of tho ! not jet reachel the other. Detroit Flee Press. Hiv?" Iii'lt--t lulu the lire a J uiukiaaliKiiLja 1). White, Republican, KKCKIXKIDOKAHHIXKINIMIKIK should ha elected to Cougress, Ken tucky will again bear tho infliction of ATTORNEYS AT LAW, bciug represented by the champion KY. idiot in that body. It has once befoie IH-l- T IF1ICK UN LAhCA8TI.lt ST. held this position, thanks to the igno rance of tho Republican voters of tho milOMVS 1MIII.UJ1L, Ninth District, nnd there is a living ATTORNEY AT LAW, chance for tho blow to fall upon it MTANroltl), 1CV. of embodiment again. He is tho Wlllpraflloalnlli. Curls ol 11.1a anl aloInInil senseless demagogism, a honliug par rounllraao-llittli- . r Aab. Odtre on Ouuil Ill-lj- r Slm-I- . tisan, nhoso idea of patriotism is im- Lanrutrr were becile abuse of every tiling and every 1 AS. 11. DU.NLAl', Kugcne and Ellen Gregory tho parties to a divorce suit iu St. body differing from his owu wild theoATTORNEY AT LAW Louis. Tho wife's counsel had intro ries. Sunday Argus. against the husband, duced testimony llAKVIlilii:, ICY. Some Galveston boys wero impress Will i.rifllc. In tie Courts ol Poll. an,l In Hie who was tho defendant in the case, cd by reading of the martyrdom of Utnca ov.r Harris, Ilurtisui A luuli a. rou,-and tbeu his counsel began to make saints by death at the stake, and they allegations against her. She counter decided to burn a pet dog in the tame T.VMIM l. GIVEXS, listened with increasing emotion and manner. The leader iu the movement finally, throwing up her arms, cried AT LAW, the poor brute's suf- ATTORNEY will had a theory that out in au oguuized touc: "You U 1IFTII UTHI.ET, would result in immortal joys, drive mo crazy. My God! I caunot ferings -- -KENTUCKY. and so be a good thiug for it. A post LOUISVILLE, bear this. hugeue, my husband, ground, tho dog rrscllrrs Iu all the turu, Colltclloo. promi was driven into the save me! save me!" Ho went to her chained fast, and n roaring fire built. side and did his best to soothe her. boys sang Iiyms while their vic7 6. A R. W. HOCKEK, Tho trial was tuljourued, und on the The tim was roasting to death. next day Mr. and Mrs. Gregory were a ATTORNEYS AT LAW, reconciled. Wo publish tho following from the HTANPOUl), ICY. Times, which limply grinds Ilrandon The consumption of mule and horse to powder thoso old fossils who say Offlca aser McAlUttr A Ljll.'l Stora. flesh Is steadily increasing iu France. that there is no use in advertising: Tho weight has risen from 171,300 8. MYEKS, "hast week wo advertised for rain.aud pounds in 18G0, to 1,'J82,G20 pounds t came beforo the paper was printed. in 1870. In tho principal cities of AT LAW, Aud now we want some more. P. ATTORNEY the provinces the consumption of horse S. We havo got It." flesh may bo considered to have fairly MTANFOItl), ICY. Mary Anderson it furious because taken root. The average price of Offl villi Judge I'blllH U tbe Ourl-BOuto thirty-- druggists have been using her adver aquara. horse meat is from twenty-fiv- e disEach horeo tising busts for the purpose of cents per pound. five WALLAC C VAIUSOS. T. W. VAKMOK. about four hundred weight playing electric stomach pads in their furnish T. V. A W. E. VAKNON, 6ho considers it a of meat, which is capable of being If John lilrn vf I'litrMlmm. LJ.iiiiinii,ii. as B its, Flannels : H'IVKOUI. Etc., and offer at Low Prices 60 Bolts of Jeans, 1,000 yds. White ored Linseys, 1,000 yds. White ored Flannels. & Col- & Col q Our stock of Fall Prints, Bleached and Brown Cotton and Furnishing Goods is Very Attractive. Chicago prepared iu many ways, such as poi- - degradation of a high art. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, mi Jiu, boiled, roast, haihed, haricot, Times. H'i'A.Nl-'OllU- , ICY. a a jugged, fillet, Ac. Tin: Paiidon Mill. The FrankOffice la Court fruara. An Illinois joutli Invented $1.60 iu fort Gautte tajs that Gov. ltlackburn a New York firm to discover "how to has pardoned seven persous who wero OAM. M. UUUDETT, Cirappear well in society." The receipt under indictment of the Franklin before ATTORN EY AT LAW, wliieh ho recened by mail was shurt, cuit Court, now in session five trial and two after trial. M'P. VJ3I11VON.1CV. timplii aud very easily understood: Custom-Mad- e Boots and Shoes from "Alwayi keep your nose clean, ami It it said that Sarah lleruhardt is Will rutt-- bis U IUtfkta.tle an4 v. ,,-u. don't tuck mure lliau one finger at a very communicative when interview- ftJJOlulUf (vunur. tiw iuoolU . l!Mis. atUutlou glv.B W bJal time." ed regarding her costumes all but It it a fact which is not generally re- her baud coverings. For some reason I EK K HUFFMAN, alized that Amcrloa widens nt the tho dislikes to talk about her kids. SURGEON DENTIST, north until it juts out iuto tho ocean Turf, Field and Farm. HTAM'OIII), JCY. miles of Miss., so at tu be within thirty-siA fat woman of Corinth, Ue Mala tnl, I wo duots akoie ilk In tctcro seasons lieliriug drank ashbark tea to mako her lean, Asia. Iba Urns IUUI. Straits are frozen over, and animals and tho tklppod for tho belter land t'ureMtroue UxlJe lias alwlbUUrrol nhtm re- lulml. have passed ou tho ico from ono con- just tno hours ahead vf a a lean wo lllrvaA to tinent lo the other. man who was eating mako her fat. vS5B& Our silver prnduot for tho fiscal Talkative nun seldom read. This A I'BAITITIONl.ll OF Ttt LNTr year eliding Juno !!0, 1880, was about Mll. ODO,000 lew than for ii among tho few truths which appear wiiba U.rul Ikbtal au.llleUotf, bt.-- So Mortt 838,000,001), T IU"' ire. lli lie .III .u4 -- Hj" iuw the previous fiscal year. All but about tho more sir ino the more wo relioct h.h.i uuhih.ui iiuMi.en! miw tUeafu-t- . 810,000,OOJ of the product was colli uikju them. For what it reading but I ut uuu u w m ou'U.le bl itini ti-i- kf lloua, abate!. Awfb sileut conversation T - Landor. ed into standard dollars. M Bia . Oatae-hHgutu-arabl- the Best Factories in the West have been received for the Fall Trade. Wo make a Specialty of Ladies' Fine Shoes. 'dentist, U New Trunks just received. ( f I l, McALISTER & LYTLE. A krv remarkable cae was tried in Minneapolis this week. A maiden donned tho garb of the masculine spec STA.3srE-OIlX)- , Imcn of tho jntu hmtxn nnd laid siege to the hearts of two maiden", who, in Novomlierr,18SO. Friday Morning, turn, surrendered lhemclvea and ! camo entrtced to her. Just lieforc ntllnr her marriage toono of them wasaliout ir. r. ir.i mtw.v, lo bo coniummatcd, her sex wi disIhr Ilrmilt. covered, and tho merry maiden had As Kvrjrmi. nnd exciting cam- the rough hands of the law laid upon paign li rmlccl, nnd the Democracy her. renultinc In n fine of f50. No Iim Mineral n inglorious: defeat. To excuto for her action was given. those who Iiatb watched tlielurn of tlie O.SK of the cheering things in these tide iinre tlio Indiana disaster, it was n great surprise; lut tlio magni- cheerless hours is to hear that irgm not tude of it surpasses even the most ia has redeemed herself. Tho ltepu We are not diationlsts tried hard to ruin her rep ainguino ItcpuMican. nmong tlio "I told you o," and nro utation for honesty and integrity, but not prepared to nay that our original they failed, nnd the regular Democrafavoritrn.Tilden nnd Hendricks, coulJ cy is triumphant by n gratifying maHurrah for tho mother of have won, but with Letter Icadcrihlp, ioritr. wo might have dono Letter. The Slates bud statesmen I COTliq inferior Journal. KY. OLD 329, Otherwise Known As De&olyer Garfield, Ts Prcsidont-Elcc- l IVmocralie Congrrwmen Democratic send a LrgMaltue Is DrrnoiT. Mini, Nov .1 - Michigan olid ltepuhtican delegation toCon-grr- Helnrn up lo midnight gtvedar-fielIfi,R00diiralily,snd Jerome, for 32,100 lUl.TiMORr, S'ot, X TheCongrewIonal delegation will stand In theprewntCon Demncial and one Itcpuldican. giTM-A- re The majorilr for Hancock in Ihe Stale will of These United Stales, While Right and Justice Hang their Heads and Weep. Sax FKAMnco, Nov. 3. luteal return.: Garfield 14,090; Hancock 14,731; city and Rosccrane 14,578. This reduction of eipected Democratic gain In city make Slate verr close and doubtful. Republican his usual majority. Stale Committee estimate majoritr of a few It was thegood times brought about Tho South Speaks Out for hundred. Democratic Committee claim State without gieing figure. by good crops, and other favors of tho Union Soldier, San FnAxrico, Cal., Not. 3. Returna insured a cessation of hostility be- Providence, falsely attributed to the from Interior, 327 precinct, some incom"Without Avail, tween the sections . and united tho financial policy of the Republicans, plete, gire Garfield 21,22!; Hancock wholo country into one common broth- that did it. Weaver, 910. Returna lo come in erhood; but the Republican party Weaver was not elected, as a care And the Democracy Will Have to are likely lo Increase Hancock' majorltr-an- d he haa probably carried State. Demothe party of fraud, corruption and ful survey of the returns will show; Stand it Four Years Longer at crat believed to have working majority in hate would have none of it. It re- but verily ho will have his reward, for awemblf and on Joint ballot. the Lowest Calculation. jected tho noble man, and in his stead he did noble service for the Republi Ciiicaoo, Nov. 3,8 r. . Cooke county elected one who if the crimes charged cans. give Garfield 10,740 majority, and the nnd proved by his own party are took Little Phil to "Fry" the The Ilcsnll Hinged en New York, and State give him about 45,000. The 5 o'clock Journal and Daily Vnr figure the worthy of belief ought now to be Republican goose, and he did it with lint Tor John Kelly and his llcnrh-meelectoral vote a follow: Garfield, Coloraserving a term in the Sing Siug or a "Speed" that was lovely to behold. all Would He Well. do 3, Conn. 0, III. 21, Ind. 15, Iowa 11, somo other Penitentiary, instead of Kansas 5,Maine 7, Man. 13,Mich.ll, Minn. i'r.r.sinn.NT uayes has issued a Thanking llioso who liuvc stootl bj' us so generousbeing exalted to the highest office in 5, Nebra.ka 3, New Harm.. 5, N. J. 0, New proclamation fixing Thursday, No by deallug nromiso to ly in tho past, NOT A rTRMANENT tho gift of the people. There are inTRIl'MrH. in Cry flier Sllll Jtllk York 35, Ohio 22, Oregon 3, I'enn. 29, Pre. It (ILASMS, vember 25th, as Thanksgiving day, natronngc slinro llonner, rihI Cnraeai Will Do tin R. Island 4, Vermont 5, Wia. 10, total 222. IIASlaITa LOOKS TIIROl (III REPthe people at The methods by which Ohio and In- in honest goods, even u deed grave fears for tho life of our result upon which diana wtre carried In October are known than over. llno.li Ko Let' Acecpt lite system of government when such men Hancock Ihe Solid South and California large, and without resiiect of riarly are lo Ifoir II AJJertm Tirui. lo Ihe country. Il waa these methods, Hronlt flulelljr, anil SEYEHAXCE & I)UI)J)EUAH. and Nevada total 147. be congratulated. Il means a continuance can ha elected, nnd it shows that no Judge Lytle feels like he can lift therefore, that won the election yesterday, New York, Nov. 3. The gains made of the financial and civil policies under matter what manner of man tho Re- himself oil the ground by his boot for we asaume that Hi lost to the Democby the Republicans In the lower Houw of which Ihe Nation ha. prospered. It means racy. What hat triumphed? Sectionalism LKIKf ANOTlim H.SMIY nt publicans may put up, they can, by straps. Congress seem lo be about as follow the maintainance of the auprcmacy of the hat triumphed, Chinese cheap labor ha money extorted from its hundred Judge llreckinridgc don't believe a Ohio, C; Indiana, 2; Pennsylvania, I; National Government. Il mean protectriumphed, the coercion of the white thousand buy him in- word of it. Tho official count only Tin: election returns show that the Loni.ttna, 1; Minnesota, 1; TenneasM, 2. tion of civil and lilical right of alt Ihe ha triumphed, falsehood in new-pato power. These aro dark and gloomy will satisfy him. Connecticut, 1; Illinois, 2: lows, 2; people, for il i the liiumpli of the princiDemocracy has beeu routed, foot, and on the stump hi triumphed, 1; Massachusetts, 1; Miviouri, 2; ple days for tho Democracy, and hopo of freedom and equality before the centralisation ha triumphed, the Fmplre Col. Varnon has to keep a ten-pehorso and dragoon, and in such a de New Jersey, 1; Virginia, 1; Wisconsin, 1. law. It mean, In Ita deci.ivenew, an seems almost gone; but the grand old ny nail in his pocket to Into every cisive manner as to leave it not a This make a net gain of 21 members. To avoidance of all the perils that beset the hat triumphed, It is not Ihe triumph of i the victory of the strong nitn party, which has manfully and hon timo he thinks about it. scintilla of hopo upon which it can offel tiiis, however, the Democrat have country four year ago. Il meant, in brief, (laifield, il estly withstood tho adverso winds of Judgo Owsley sits uneasily on the base even a feint for a contest. By gained one In Pennsylvania and 2 in New continued peace and proterity from one who came to hi rescue in Ohio and In diana before the 12th ol (Xtoler, and In so many )ears, ami proclaimed so bench and wriggles around as it nfllictcd arrangement with the Western Union York, which, deducted from the 2 1 gained end to the other. For theseand many oth- whose hand he I. ltul the triby the Republican, make a total Repub- er manifold reasona the whole people are strongly its eternal principles, will with the seven-yea- r itch. Telegraph Company wo were enabled lican gain of 21. Thl will necure to the umph of yesterday I not permanent. The conlinuo to live, and, as sure as there to be congratulated, and can congrttulate Democratic principles, the IJea which unCol. Hill isn't around asking any- to get the Associated Press returns, Republicans the control of the next House each other. Cincinnati Commercial. is a just God, will finally triumph. body to "mark his prediction" that derlie our system of government, 1 a and before bed-timon the night of by a majority of at least 10. THE IRl'ITS 01' THE W An SECURED. Cost doun, but not altogether dispir- Hancock would carry evety Slate in lasting aa the continent on which that Gov election day our people knew the Concord, N.H., Nov. 4. Garfield' pluIt I a Waterloo defeat for the Democra ernment dwells. The Democratic parly, ited, it will rise again, and in 18S-tho Union, for, "by tho eternal," he worst. Great interest has been man rality 1 about 4,000. cy and a sweeping victory for the Republi old as the country, can survive the defeats stand ready to resist Grant, tlio would- - knew how it would be all tho time. Little Rock, Ark., Not. 4 Thl State cans. Il gives us control of the ifested, and up to the hour that v e go of a quarter of Ihe century It ha. "Sound bo Kmperor, and bis hirelings. It County Clerk lllain went to bed to press our Bulletin Board is eagerly gire Hancock fully 30,000 majority. live and executive branches of the General ed forth the trumpet lhal shall never call - CINCINNATI, OHIO. S. W. Cor. 4th & Raco Sts., MoNTrELiA, Vr, Nov. 4. Garfield' Government, and remand was a black day for tho country when and was threatened with a severe the Southern retreat" while the Republic lives it will scanned by Democrats to see if there majority in State not far from 27,000. brigadier, to their proper place. It put it decided to take Garfield instead ot spell of sickness, till ho heard that live. If the Country seems now at the is not yet somo words of cheer. We CoLVMDUr, O, Nov. 4. State ha gone Ihe North In Ihe adrance ami Ihe South ftet of a spirit of centralised Hancock, and although "hopo de Willis was elected in Louisville. (uwer that He give below a few of the telegrams re- Republican by nearly 30,000 majority. In Ihe rear. Il settle Ihe iwlitical policy to- -I (latTKaMU.-Jil- UJ wat Itum! J 4 ferred maketh the heart sick," we got up then, and, forgetting his crutch, T..1J.1 JY, 1T..0.4- Virginia Cjtv, Nev , Not. 4. Repub of the country for many yeir to come. Il does not .tiller from Ihe Ijiiplrf.lt is In rtll.l, ll.orv WtrJ llrorbn a. a ulal.ltr, HuJa iltlSA II ceived. Every State is represented, JLIIIIU spile of Democratic protest, and the have an abiding faith that the fascali- - went about singing psalms. The Clicana concede the State to .he Democracy. PuUulllrlr.ru(UaM.iiillh M.U .. secure the fruita of the war to those who and tho majorities, either real or estiWIILIII KV TIILNl.WTdU.V party, notwithstanding this teraio-rar- y tlrtcvuitrr ottr, ty and dishonesty in high places that J. was beaten, and that's glory enough hl fl ether ntiu ttlrstltU .11 AHOUT UU' T0,lam MIJIIIHILIIS lilt ISUMLY, San FitANti,o,CAL.,NoT. 4. City Tot fought II to a succeiufut conclusion. It it mated, are givec. They show come complete: Hancock 21,418; Garfield 19,014. reverse, will falter not from it lofty ...,..k .. bun a,lnlUtn. .uJ lhal bam litlM-ra- l will Lo developed during the term of for him. the culmination of all the Union vlctorie spirit; wilt fail not in it final purpose; will Almlnlow, to .11, blrlllw.lbrr with lb IIIU ' IteaervtJ Be!. sad changes since 1870: VI Philadelphia, Pa., Not. 4. Garfield a heretofore gained. It decide the conlnt continue it Lung such a man ns Garfield, will cause such splendid march in the cause Hlr rnlirJ tlunikl rraJ I'r M.r.U.lf. lkwrox, Mass, Xoy. 2. The city com majority 30,000. Legislature Republican between a solid South, and a solid North. llliKeUlurJ.r,aV The l.iuMU UUIrlrt. UII.III'NT.Msiusr. Struts lor 0Ub, CViMt. Atthua, Brwicblll., tit n revolution in the public mind that of the people against )uwer in the cause A. B t.lCier.DI VH iO.UDl lltm It I. As will he seen by a table in our lele sire Garfield 25,524, Hancock 27,. on Joint ballot. It Insure the preservation of the great of Democracy. Cincinnati I'nquirer. his party will Le driven from office leJ, aajiuaulixllbaiil a rlr.l tor alwv illaA Ofll 1 CJ 1 (Vifl. New Obleans, La., Not. 4. Hancock commercial interest, of the North. In 1). Thompson, local columns, Hon. 1. JL ITa'HI'i'T "iTOLliiouao." I.J,r.ot,lrs.k.trl.loluD. UllUloromUft, and into tho disgrace that it merits. IUltiuore, Xor. 2. The couidete vote carrie the.State, and Democratic Congress- abort, It guarantee the continuance of Throiif h the errora and misihancea of jou idii aitaa in irui snai wwiiir. . Jr., carried this county by a majority of thl. Tlio old sajing that it a thief is given cilr i. a. follow.: (iarueld 13,351, men are elected. aiu f I fb.o.ull A l'.or. 8IUOJ, K J National paosrily. Indlanalia Jour- Ihreesucceaslrely beaten Presidential cam 8TANFORD KY. of 382. an increase over 1878 of 1D3. Hancock Wlfioo; Itepublican gain 818. Denver, Col. Nut. 4. Garfield haa the nal, Rep. rope enough ho will hang himself, will paigns, the IVmocrstlc party found itself, Boyle gives him a majority of 52, a I'l.oviDEfiCK, Xor. 2. THE TAHI IT ISSUE. IthoJe I.land Stale by 500 majority. Legislature three-fourt- h bo again fulfilled; and in tho mean In 1870, itfusefscil of a great opiiortunily gain of 183 over 1878. The N. Y. ll'orM contend thai Garfield' comidete clvc DarGeld 18,183, Hancock, Republican. timo let us not waver in the causo of and a gleal leader. Theopiortunily arose TIIOS.ltlCHAltDStl'roii'r. Iniuanoi-olis- , Ind., Not. 4. Republi election I virtually the election of (Irani; Gar rani gives Fry 118 majority, 10,781, and scattering 1 11. Itcjmblican maout of the corruptions of Grant second tho right, but lie prepsred for tho vic a fulling oir In tlio llepublican major- jority 7.20.1, a gain of 2,21)1 orer the major- can majority in thl State about the same saya it Iain one sense a lustier for congrat- administration, which crcalrd a universal tory that finally awaits us. ulation, am1 In another condolence, that ity of Hayea. The two Congreasmen aa aa In October 7,000. ity of 211. demand for administrative reforui, A lead10 TEE FDBLIC fS, 2H before Keiublican, re the Presidency of Garfield, unlike lhal of Milwaukee, Win, Not. 4. (Iks. Pitv may have killed Colli- - Mercer shows her appreciation of a I'oiiTLANK, Mr, Not. 2 Two hundred turn Justifv the ealimate that the I.ater ha II ayes', haa been secured by Ihe fraud of er In the iron of the !euiocratic Gov State ernor of the l.mpiro Male of the Union coder, as he alleges, but it is one of noblo son by a majority of CSO or towna in this Slate show a net Kejiublican gone 30,000 for Garfield. politiciana so much aa by the filly of vowho had conspicuously illustrated Ilia Tery llirrso things that is almost as much in Thompson. gain orer riepleiuber of2,22. A careful Jackson, Mish, Nov. 4. Return show ters. The county will havo time enough, qualities required In fill the popular and, we frar, reason enough to reflect on Madison falls back several hund- estimate indicate a majorilr for (larfielJ Ihe li.ual Democratic majorities doubt as tho identity of tho individuapared ion the field. Fmlcr the cause of tho defiut of Gen Hancock. Chalmers Is re elected. al who struck Hilly Patterson. Thcro red, aud only gives Thompson 35 ma of t,.1O0 In the State. The Argut concede hi command, a splendid nstional battle 4,000, a ml plurality of the Hancock ticket Portland, Ohejo.v, Not. 4. Stale Tery Thl xjiiit out some of the more obvious va fought and won. That the fruita of Is one ijucstion, however, about which jority. CENTRALLY LOCATED. of 5,000. clone and will probably require official vote and general rauw. The tariff Issue to a the victory wi re nut achieved, waa no fault Taylor is solid still for Little Phil., there will never linger the shadow of "APOLLO YOKE" great extent superseded the sectional Issue Ciiicauo, Xov. 2 At 7 r. M , when the to decide. Roth parties claim It. of his, but of the fact that ihe Republi Hiuitiltil Afi.'onililoilatlitliH Af. a doubt, and that is as to who slew the and gives him n majority of 200. (toll ahould hare cljed, Mayor Harriaon Aroi'sTA, Oa, Not. 4. Hancock' ma In Ihe great manufacturing district of the t'or.l.xl Colillilot'olul having H4eiwion of the Senate, Republican Qoliah, who went about ayno increases her majority for caused new Judge to be elected, new boie jority I fully 00,000 and indication are Lastern Slates, bul liking the country cans, 'X'risvefleirai. by the President, the Supreme lo bo provided under the direction of the that Ihe Democrat carried all Ihe Congres- it It evident the ''Solid South" wa a ee- in the darkness of his "still hunt" to Thompson, and gives him 253. Court, the Army and Navy, were able to No. 01 4th Stroot, rious bugbear on which Ihv Republican (ullce, and proceeded lo take ballota from sional districts. Tranaferrod Tt at Charge. kill our Democratic David. "Little Although we telegraphed to tho thwart the will of the ople, and, by conColuuuia, H.C., Nor. 4. Luough town moat successfully lelied. Their apal wa futing the return, to throw the count of I'hil" is tho boy, and (Jen. Fry would other counties accessible by telegraph, all ierwn offering them up to thti hour, 10 o'clock. Thl wa done becauaa aud counties hare been heard from to ihow lo sectional hale and fear. That American the votj Into a packed eletloral commis do well In retire on his former laurels we were unable to get any thing defiFemale College, people were unable la get to Ihe that the Democrat carry the State by a should have been moved to vote for a can- sion. From the moment of the decision of the alleged killing of Zollicofler, nite, but enough Is known to settle lull during Ihe day. didate like GarCeld by apieal of Ihl kind, good majority. STA.M'Oltlt, KY. thai falte tribunal, there wa bul one true and his magnificent achievements as the matter in Thompson's favor by WiiftLiNo, Wrjrr Va, Nov. 3. The HiRTKOiiD, Conn., Not, 4. Garfield's doe not spesk very well for their uisgna- course open lo Ihe Democratic parly. Il Kute gire Hancock 13,000 and elect three plurality It about 3,000. Republican Gor nimily or their Intelligence. census supervisor of this District at 1,500, at tho lowest figure. waa to rally around Ita excluded and fairly Democrat I()I1E CHANCE. luCongreaa. ONLY ONE ernor I elected, legislature Hep. by a least, until his master, Garfield, gives WITH A rOLL OOBFS Or TEAUUEKU elected candidates, lo say "ihete men shsll fcJKVEiuI. of the friend of Iter. (leu. 0. Now, what of the future? lxUIVILLr, Nuv. 3. ItocLcaatle givea majorilr of 73. Il I not be seated him tho olhce for which he now itches. In the lace-- which rightfully beBarnes lure urged us to agitate I he iroo-lllo- n White VI majority, Laurel 3K0, and I Jtlll difficult lo foresee how the Republican long Omaha, Nia, Nor. 4. GarGild will tblt Ualllultau will eiu to them if it takes the rest of the cen maJe In the Danville .Uhvcatt lo 1 1. The la.t ia a loa of 200 to Turner. have not far from 25,000 majority, and the leaders will Interpret their overwhelming tury," and hoisting the banners of Justice Till; Covington OimmonicealtK sugnine by euUicrlptlon an amount ufTictent IOUmn.i.K, Nor.3. ltiorU o far in- State ticket Ihe aame. Republican elect victory. They will conclude that it ITS ELKVENTH SESSION, STANFORD. KY. gests to tho Capitol Oaulle, which has and truth, to place Ita future upon lh parto iiy (,(T I he mortgage on lila 'Tink Cot dicate that Judge PhUler ha been re elect three-fourt- h of Legislature. meant an Indorsement of their wort mo- - amount Issue raited by the Republican des- n good deal to tay against Gov. Mock-burn- 's tage" near litre, and we would do m but ed In Ihe lOlliDi.tnct by a majority of MX) UN Tllh Nov. 4. Returns come lire anj measures. Tlie will Inline that Raleiuh, N. C, ecrallou of our elective yateiu. Instead misuio of the pardoning power, Mr. llarne writes lo the .tdVoi asking or 1,000. ... ... in slowly, but enough have been received Hie ioile realise that lliev are -- dillllng Propr. a.MDIOMIAVINSKl'TKMIIItt.NCXr. E. II. DURNSIDE, that it give tho number of convicts that It .hall nut Le done, hi only reijtieal Whkilimi, V. Va., Nov. 3. Itelum to show that the State ha gone Democratic ..... ul Iraud and lorceaclileveu, than the lead jiardoned by him; tho number of ac- being lhal hi frienda will ate that It ia not no far Indicate that Ihe State went Demo by a reduced majority. Irfrgl.lalure Dein lliev are iileaaetl with the current of events. en of the Democratic atljr In Cunnreta Tlier will act on tills conviction. The liar- - turneil Uon the cliieftaln who hail galueil cused pardoned Iicfore trial; tho amount sacrificed. A guitleman at Danville has cratic br about 13,000. Congreumen un- cratic, re unable them a vletorv tlier ALL, Til K HUANCIIIJ OS' A agreed to be one of a hundred 'm glre $23, changed, Wilminoton, Del., Not. 1. The re- gain haa teen struck Uleen the (Irani in . maid ma t of fines remitted to gamblers, wearers nl fvtli flliA ilat This Old and Woll Known iidwaboiw tuM-- the ruouer raid wheth Mobile, Alah Nor. 3. Ileturn Indi-c- turn show that the Democracy ha carried tUlwsrU anj (IsrfieM and his leading ad-- 1 10 iit fint JlM.aranc'e from the arena, Ilotol Still Mtilntulns its THOROUOH ENOLISH COURSE of deadly weapons, and other violators er Mr. liarne wlllajor net. There may come the election of all the Democratic Ihe Slate by 1,015, and elected a Demo- visers, that (Irani is lo le Ihe strong man ther vied with llielteiullicaiis In assailing Iliglt Ilonutation, r Uu(hl, M writ m of tho law. Such a list would speak a I Tuie that M raiuiljr will need if they do Congreuinen, lleiuocralie majority In (lie cratic legtilalurr, thereby Insuring the re- for 16(11, and that In coiitldsrallon of Hicm nun. I her aucLeedeU in Miowins iiiui un AN MUHIU, TUB UNUUAOkU, I) HAW. der, and tending I lie overwhelming isaue louder aud more forcibly thin any not now. Stale 40,000. of liajird ti Ihe Senate, service turn rendered and Money furnlthed INU AND 1AINTINU. lie alone could ie lulir ana eiieet-ivel- y , -- In Kansas, Nov. 3. Ileturn so Louisville, Kv., Nov. 4, Hancock' during Ihe iirewnt cauvaiu, tlitdtrflcM el- willed identilird, to the rear, so that, when argument, and as tho Gazette is adbhelby county V. J. A l!ii. Thorn- Proprietor Is Determined that far received from thie Stale Indicate (lar-fiel- d' majority I not over 40,000. Congreuinen ement bargain, bind tlieuiselvct, thtlr heirs Ilia Cincinnati C.inventlon aweMlled, Il it Shall be Second to no Country mirably situated for the work, we a wld to John Hid ham ilruwn iti head Hotel in the State in its Fare, msjorily to ho 00,000. The three Democratic, with an eiceplion, probably. and assigns, to fall in line behind "ihe waa not to unite In a heroic and togieal liojio it will proceed to avail itself of of cattle, averaging 1,100 iouud si $1.10 Appointments, or AttenIn Ihe Ninth Di.trlcl, Republican claim strong mail" at the expiration of four years, iiiriose to right a gieviuiia wrong, hut lo per hundred. J. Laytou sold (o the same District are Itepublican. tion to Comfort of gel ol uisagrevaiiie aim it. tho suggestion. I the election of John D. White In that. a doubt of llila. Itry nut rid llelel in the fltl.l agalml which iarliea 10 head at the name price. PuiLAtiKLi'iiu, Nov, 3, 2.52 A. M. hardly Theit their Ouetti. a Vote In thtaclly comidete give Iteiiublicau Nov. 4 In TiiUUu. Return ahuw the clrcumstaiir ioiiit to It; ami lour year east could u a.. II succeeileil auund Cincinnati, riUKfrtw lis tu W In id Will. Ocu. Fry lecture f Let hliu, 'iiulir Irtifliuutt. l'riui.u)r, trj lo 1'sjctte corn I. worth J2 In the uisjorlty of 2.,278. ltepubllcan gain 7,2 IS, following result: llim.eof lteprewntive hence "the strong tluverniuciil'' issue will ently, and ireeived yettcrday, a the n- w, an J tviUUu, iw, rrniMituj( u by all means. The Democrats of this fielJ; fat hogi 4 cent.; feeding tattle from Kjvaker Kandall J b ' ' ahandoiiuienl ofuior.l stand 111 Republican, 141 Itemocrat be once more liresiiled to the American la 4 frM Ibt4.it br 2,730. District would like to learn the "mys- 3Jc lo 3r, general butcher stuff Slo to .,. aiu' orgaiiixe. ideas, the lesaou wlileb 1 at HsaS rr.t orrbtrir. s..ll rroMMoillB be le 3o have one mora chauo Iumvh 17 lwiil. Not. 3. Florida and (1 Greeiibaiktra; rual taudi Laki Cm', Florida, For loll lantliulaja, aa U Buuil, Ac., a4Jra wsiti.rr!l 1iirlrr.. lb Mar Mill i.... .1.... ... ..- -,. f. H. teries of tho still hunt" tut luveutiou aheep froai to r knoiill.4 ltli lb. .bol.oat brad, and dreaa--d vote for Hancock, and electa the Demo-- Republican and 20 Democrat. the triublic and only one- .- l.iil. villa jclw uf lulitical act lhal are said to b tlllN. N. ', 'iiiiis.iii:aht, brtaaorllr. U4 I ll.b Sa lra. (4iiirter-Jixirna- t turkeys 10c a und. m peculiar to tbeftepullIcaB, worse- llian erlnie SCtuUrJ, IJalul'u,, K,. I M LasLrr rralla candidal for Governor and both Mrsll.a! I l.sfr 11 with the iTemocratic party it that la has no leader, and even if it had, there is no likelihood, judging from its many distentions, that it would follow. A party that allows such cut throats as John Kcl- ley to dictate to it, deserves Jcfeal, though nc sorrow as those without hopo that it got its deserts. New York was lost to us just for tucli knuckliog, and the Democracy awak ens to the truth that Mr. Kelley nnd his brutal bind are not so all power' ful as was imagined. Wo hare nil along thought that the nomination of that Indiana fossil was a sad mistake, nnd ho would never have been nomi natcd except for tho lact that he had a "bar);" lint when the Democracy laid tho flattering unction to its soul that ho would put it on tap, it reck oned without its boat. l'nglisli might hnvo given an hundred thousand to carry his own State but ho didn't, nnd that was an end of it. Against General Hancock no one can say aught. He is tho embodiment of the great soldier, the wise statesman and tho true gentleman. He would have ndorned tho Presidency with a lustre equaled only by a Washington or n Tellerson. His election would have gnat trouble As late ns Thursday of last week a Convention was held in louijville, and Maj. Hays nominated by the for Congress. Willis, pres t ent Congressmen, refused to submit bis claims, nnd ran as an Independent candidate, defeating both Hayes nnd Hums, tho Republican candidate, by Until IIonsr.H of Con- gross Taosl lo tlio Dr.iiocrno.v, the Machinery of Gov ernment Is Again in tho Hands of tho Bads. Al a big majority. Wn do not believe that the election necessarily sends the Garfield country to the devil. His inordinate Aiid ot desire for money will be appeased with his SoO.000 per year and perquisites, and he will try to be a good man and a good President. Cooi'ER, "the Greenback candidate for Congress agin Sir. Thomson," gut left, "as yen may already no. Perhaps it was because his name was not "plased on tho polo books;" but neither was Mr. Thompson's, as fur bealwnt 1(1,000. NA.iivil.t.r, Trim , Not. 3 HawVina Itcpnbticans (Hep) elected (lorernor. elect Pellllione in lit, Hank In 2nd and Moore in lOlh Congrmlonal Di.trlct.. A net gain of 2 Congrraxmen. IIoktox, Maim, Nov. 3, 2 a. m. Returns up to thl hour Indicate a Keimblictn ma jority In the Slate of 30,000. The Home atandaO Republican and 43 Democrat.; Senate M Republicans and 4 IVmorrata. Drs Moixr. Iowa, Not. 3. Return at Republican Headquarter up to 12 (noon) indicated that the Stale give (Infield 73,000 over Hancock, and &0,000 over all. (lain over 20,000 alnce la.t Jfr. Solid Congre..ional delegation. Nrw York, Nov. 3, 12-t- O A. M. Re turn from variou Slate Indicate that Airfield and Arthur are elected Wyond doubt. Republicans gain In every Northern State eicepl New Jersey, from which a yet return are very incomplete. y Jersey Cm, N, J, Nov. 3. The of Ihe Slate of New JerMT J he has return which show the election of Ihe Democratic Klectoral ticket by 1,500 ma. Jority, and Ludlow, Democrat, for Governor, by a majority of not Icm than 500. State and National ticket carried bj rO.OOO majority. Shepherd, Democrat, for Congress, carries Oalvoton county by majority, insuring hi election, which give Tesa a .olid representation In Con-gr- e. MltSEAroLis, Mixs., Not. 3. Return la far a. recetfed Indicate thit Minnesota haa given Oilfield a majority of at lead 25,000. Gen. Washburn, whow seat In the present Congress was ronleiled by Donnelly, i overwhelmingly elected over hi competitor, General Sibley, by from 8,000 to 10,000. Gameto!',Tiv,a, Nov. X IVmocrat-1- c Even Kentucky Falters and Her Solid Delegation. lows a Republican to Break that matter. Tun Radicals attempted to steal a march on Joe Blackburn by voting for Judge Lysander I lord, but the thing wouldn t work. Joe goes in by Now Jorsoy, California and Novada tho OnlyNorthorn States to Stand by Us. bnt It Irrlr i 8r l,ori. Mo . t 4- - Onlr Hstterms; Thai ihe peu ! have preferred in m returns from thl. itale are vei received tlnne in wer a mme than dilrn.lful pn The mifotltj on the national ticket I litieal domination rslher than accept one Nov 4 The return of Ihe Hirest anil noblest nfiiurrhieftisn KiriiMoin, Va , IVrnm-raeindicate that the Regular has with a distrusted party tsrhind hint it not carried Ihe Ntat over the Readjustee and a mstter of tiirprlse.nor will il In any degree Republicans combined by a hsndsomema Iim the luster of Gen. ItanrwVa fame. Jority. Geo. D. Wire I elected lo Con I.lieWlnfichl Seoll.llie great Captain of the last gencrstlon, anil like (Isy whose followgreM In this Di.trlcl, ami Ihe delegation ing bordered iipnr) Idolatry, he has fallen will stand a before in politic. NAltviM.r, Teix., Not. 4 Returns In a race bresnse no man can I gresler from 50 counties out of 91 In the State than Ihe roiivlcliont or picsnmed Interest if the whole nation from give Hawkins (il.292; Wright, 5(1,0(11: Wll He emerge son, 42.80S. There I no denbl of Haw. Ihe stritRtte wlthonta slsln upon til reckin' election, s. the remaining ronntles ord, and the Republic will ronllnue lo hon are Republican stronghold The poun-lie- s or him. Ill place In history and In Ihe lobe hesrd from are small and will affectien of hit countrymen i assured. not vote over M.OOO of thl. Hawkins will Can a much I said with entire faith of get 27,000; Wright, XK0, and Wllon, Gen. Garfield Times, Ind. S. THIRIl-RAT10,000. Democrats have Ihe Ugl.lature (IKNTI rIAV IMIITMAS. We can not but regret the reaull In Ihe by alwut 0 majority, a Republican gain of first place, there I no enmpsrisen between about 20. THE LATEST. the merits of the two men. tlstfield I a CixciXNAti, Nov, 4 8 r. v. -- There I. third r.le Republican party olitirian, beno doubt about New York "he ha. gone longing net perhaps lo the school of the Republican by 25,000 nnjorlly at least. Illaines, Conkling and Ca nitrons, butqulte The City and King ronnty gave Hancock aa little to thai of reformers like Adam., 41,732, but Ihatwa easily overcome by the or adnilnl.trators like Shrrmtn. lis is g the nominee of a Interest. ret of Ihe Slate. Hsncock with few exceptions, the mot Tli I'rram on thr .eern, distinguished, and without a single excepSHIRT TAIL STILL VI. Ill I.E. Not Ihe leiwer part In the csc of the tion, we believe, the most loyal, honest and soldier still In the active sernation by Ihe sweeping Repuhlicin victory vice of the I'nlon. He it a man of disI It deliverance from the form of an elec tion of President, carried by violence, ter tinction sogresl thst even htaohnoxiou ror and fraud In a large portion of the Democratic politic could not prevent hi retention In icllve service when South. Cincinnati (laiell. of the soldiers, officer and woRTitvor nrrrAT. When a parly abandon it. ucfefiil Grneralsol the Federal army were relega ted lo civil life; and since the younger snd dewrylng leaders; when a party allow it enemle lo dictate who shall and who Adams no man of charaetrr equally high, shall not be lis nominees; when a party no man so completely an.wering lo what mesn by a "crnlif Dun," has opens it campaign by rsi.ing a while (lag Knglishmen and beating a retreat, that party ha. shown filled the l'retidentlsl chair. GarGeld be ltelf lo be worthy of defeat, such signal long to a type of which Lincoln wat the best, and Andrew Johnson by no meana defeat as has ju.t overwhelmed the Democ X. Y. Advertiser. the worst example rscy. X. VSun. (I rant's victort. liorr.ri'L. Thecsndldsteof the 300 wa defeated In Il I Ihe culmination of a series of blun the convention, but when the nominee wa ders, beginning with the Potter Committee yetenlay elected l'resldent of the I'nlted and ending with Ihe .urrcndrr of Ihe parly Slate it wa because Ihier idea prevailed to the selfish whims of an element which before the people. oint mil. I be had John Kelly fur its commanding GenThl so clear to any one who studies the situ eral. Il would apuear II at Ihe line of sectlon with an unprejudiced eye that we do lionsllsm hat been sharply draan by the not care lo di.cuv tu If there is any who voters of the North, but there Is nothing doubt it, we only a. It them to believe what depressing in this faet. We are willing the campaign would have been and what that Ihe North should draw a sectional the result would have been If our cause had line In politic If Ihe South be rmitted to lacked the inspiration of Conkling' words draw a line with respect to progter and and of Gram'a presence St. Lom Globe the Improvement of those condition and Democrat, ( Rep ) force which make a people happy in their THEWELrABEOI'THErEOriEDErrNIUXO. fields, their work Itcp and their liome. I'pon Ihe result may dcnd, not only e have a properen future before lis, the welfare of Ihe American people, but and to this end we should look In trr.l! r. the existence of republican government a We have the cause of public education to well. Mr. Garfield, the accidental bant' promote, and the welfare of a great and ling of the Chicago mob, whoe character growing notion to foster. The South ex is beclouded by complicity In the frauj pected little more from General Hancock's that inaugurated Mr. Hayes, stands to day Administration than It will ask from Gen as Ihe lepresentativ of all the eral Garfield. We want nothing more baser elements known lo political trickery than simple, exacl,absoluteJutlice. If Ihe on Ihe one side, and Ihe more substantial new President owe nothing lo the South, evidence of mercenary raacily on the he at least owe tomelhlng lo the country, other, while hi opponent, Gen. Winfield and we shsll lie glad to see him cancel this Scott Hancock, has sustained an unsnllied debt by giving u an Administration a reputation for honesty of purpose and de- fair, just and at clean at that of Mr. Haye votion to constitutional law. Leiington Atlanta Constitution. - Seasonable Cfooclg AT ItOCK-liO'LYTOai l'KICKS. Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves, Crates, Coal Vases, Hods, Tongs, Ktc, N(c. XVIZ333STII33FI VOrj3a.C3K33NrS, f IrymVvr v.- - VVlvVILlrlWlf T A? I I. jP"TbW7ti 11 J ssk V.-- sr . n i rrr, - Js r " ' i . ' 3 "u , awaSSaStai aessssssy WITH TltlTSN.l(OI Wt tsUr 'sUraUon Aal Allxknisat. wkltk v.ln ea our WtrMi. with tallsfsr lorr nalts. otlhaTiMa-lfrom n4 lo nil I. r.stsne.1 AXIiIl ATTACH.vli:.T. loth. smvIis Me Mtnet A fills la Au(u.l Itr. l 1sta r"- a we are Vlkniin.l.rpsl laa U.I allk s I U by ( lkil IVI Atlrkil ml ta.ln lkJrt(lk s.sl Si - wkeatAl w.rr.l koura, .! wa.tk.il S Imii ( rot ly a .m.II orltaont! nnl l lkMllnJl allka .rlllAn. .! k.wls.1 quit .ll.t.ltr f rMtt lhtlrlnt, tiel I. tun.ntrwll Iktl Ik leal, k.rl, root roa.1 JMrrlkl ImlMy sme fr Irasa vaxlwililelt kr ky raumltlM or Sl.lIk Ws(m m.uIdf.1 l nCrs.l Ire, wklrk r .it.!rj ty k lhMwn.naer. II, rail.? ptMenirtr r.r lrrl-- WW.. kprMM.4 HIk lnMr. 14 wfcll III lls.l Slals. Ik l.rtMt aS'.-lisr- ..autrtr Wfoa wllk Ike T'm- I Ike l.itllli Atk Trnss-lb- ( pat t.MMrk trvrr- awoa wkkb Ikty Jtml krokm Ms. I Attach,.! l lofis, was rtnckxl, .IrslntJ htwuprttllv wMlhl. rminj Ur ot Ule Ikal whiflkanH(kly stttej II M.tr.l Th lhwrllral!rnilkr illuisinerikt t K . M It 0niwrlr Iron, . ( ta lark I JltH.ter, elhe .Is ttml tk lest wllk tvtOrl stll.lsrlUn l tturtr-lir- t l Ik im.Um .Irtl Ihowhok.f. w 1 II Vtlll(ltytfliM or Ihe 1 rno-- I.) II or Issr II tniikltr Maron. It c,lk,iriallrsl.ulkT.nsllnlKo.oni, Isxl . hy Ik l prl M A very atvtr lr.1 wt. Mt-ll stl ln(tk.aii.lrIhe rruwJtol lkr.r. U rltlui k Iltlk.ttlmi. at stiHrt"l kv tke Trust tost VMnnlnl t rrlri fttUlurtlkf l ls.1, lhf :r lJ ftr k. al k. i. ni:.iivK. D ODEA lsrr.l ra l' JOS. SEVERANCE. JAS. DUDDERAR. SEVERANCE I Wo will bo ibund during 1SS0 nt tho snino old stand, hotter proimrcd than ovor to i'urnish our patrons with all kinds of Dry Goods, Notions, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Carpets, &c. At Lowest Prices. uo merit, greater fair or SHOTWELLGLERIHEW&LQTHMIINN WHOLESALE AVoolons, Notions and Hosiery, - lo lillll ""' inr Ol. AoAl llf JLUll'ilj, WBAB mm FARE, $2.00PERDAY. ticr SHIRTS!! LOUISVILLE. Hlle Stanford MYERS HOTEL, .uiu..rui,(cr..uiiiM, ".' .., TUIIMH MODUIlATi;, ''' .,.i. tl!.) rlyJ 3 Mnmlay ihoa who had imbflied toofreelv,6f rnnrae, Faulkner at $1 ,V)0 ear b, ami fnr It .lin-- w r fin Hi' maikel II Pari ,orTM there were about i00 hei nf ratlle, with and thereby drowned all rrieel for deeen-er- , at $MKI The trial laalr.1 three and -- TheOrand Ia.lt I. ). O. K. (Iehle. n Ihe ruling prle-raitglng for themaelvea and ttir ihoa around waa fall of Inlereat. Tlio altnrweva 'ur lh In tje, te hoM lb4r next meeting In lhvllle. (hem while iiiiaf war Ift ore Hfeanld. Mule proecnt!on were lloliert Hanllng, Dtrrlmy, Ihe month M cVpiember 4V ?fr.s. HTA N" JTOttT), KV. Kxilo bmiaghi fmm $100 to tlV, two and Ihrrr ly Attorney, fimnel Itanllngaml Judge It. ii. tun mi it ecir'.vrr. arrieeil In lb t'nlled ft ihi riTHvlflf HfHl lapefilfif n yeer-oJ. llreeklnrMfn for defrnae, II P Jacob, 7f emigrant r ailln h,r aUwit $lon l)trat 5, 18S0. Frlilay MomlnR, Stile. rneriarer. Oenrge Denny, Jr , and Jidm W Yetle. In wT"f "' ''"" on lb market, wllh atvnml Men-da- y - Oor liewiile ware dkipailnted ,09 hoga f hat -- ll ra aabt that the m have no neeil for aymtalhy. I'nr Inaaiee1, Anew aelllng at gned iree. ling ntOre.1 would reach night! the Agnca Villa Omblnallan ChtNgw lie peekeel tlir Wrt i. llrtNr. The yming ladlea of Mra. laat week lie allowed two cemrealed 4aftl al )l, wllh no buyer. i.orti. Mtrnr.s. Troupe were billed lo appear here, but re In dingle (lw from Pmtlanej, Maine, lo J. II llnekcr'e flaaa ralml $I at Ihe "hnaaea" aiiapcnamn of Jodiment fr Ml. t'rrnon. ami Ural Fall ami Winter Millinery O001I.1 ' firovw if nil Mn.la nt Ow mained over that night and played It P.idi Hiial rly In help fix the Prrahvlerlan ninety daya, m that lllarkhurn ennld Pnrtlaml, Orrgin. i,i.tin, lor.yrv. We are "anoweel nmler,"liul we are, A tjKlit lllfl"'. wlmlim mond. They weie here laat night and had ! Clmreti, whteh Infnrmallen we neglected to (hwarge Miwdy, who killed Ida broth-trl- n niMir wllh can. Tber wert hMithi ihmtnttrlllr, wlien In nne twr. If nl laMh, there by no mean, "gone lira the aiwHil." We t, trk of gU, nMj, An, give laat week, III aell the m ! h en anl l tell The play performed were Mdlancninty, ami lied the cemn'ry, My rampllmenla In my M fileml, IL a fair audience. waa no eveira for audi leniency wlralever. Hi MrltolafrtaAHiairjr,'. will try them again In I SSI. .AS LOW AS THE LOW.EST! Tarrant "A Daughter of Slate," and "Poeahenlaa." ln returned and given hlmaelf lip, and la faprirmv. Mr. J. I!. Ille, of CInelna. The only way to put a alep lo crime la by I.imt, CrMrKT AXiirlAi.Tronatanllj mi (lartlehl'a admlnlatrallon will be o a, J. M. Cnok I receiving ainek nf They did not play I'ncle Tom'a Obln aa now In Jail at Itlchmend without ball. Thanllnnhef tVlenela fat their liberal iatronace. lian.latOwal. IIIhIm'. II haa been awirdeil the enntraet fur Imlnl aawlflaml certain punUhmint, ami we diagracefnl that Ihe ple will he only 4rt- -i aht aak hem ttt rail aa-- l e her irofxla. llatdware, Ac, al Ihe the old drug waa announced. Tire I A N. It II, waa Indicted Watchc ami Jfwflir rrialml .ml Ing the arenee of Ihe new Hall, He came hep Mr. Warren will not fergrt I Id. loo happy for a change four yeara hence. atere aland. Ii Clirnaull A l'rnnj. We had Ihe moat quiet election here for running ila Iralna on well rccenimended ami will no ilonhl tjrn Tlie Itepublioana bad between $400 Our village h nniwnlly unlet oh al yeaterday that erhap haa ever been held I'rjl.l.alwk nffclinel Hooka, Stair ml Jf.m'f.lHf.'ai. Sunday, lint on thelriat the Cotirl dhmla-e- j out a nlea) (oh. There will be a drop cur nf lh voting men having gene on the pe- - In thia county. We have not the onrel,! and $1,000 In ihla comity In lielp elect IVrvdlaal MclUlwrtaA Hi nceiillnon Ihe gronmla that ihe TiMMBa AlWfi riedlewl lUHlwa; exenralnn, whleh, Ur aome White. Thia ia the truth, ami 1 will make Srliool IU,ka, Mat ml eth- tain and all acenea. lltJT T"f returna fram any of the prrelnc ta, 1ml learn Sunday law a not Intended for rteri Smith and Mia Hanna.li Toemba we-- e an afndarlt In that eflrct. er MeWI iitpiille of l'lwnHlt A IViin. aae, ia getarrally rateminraneem wild that Ilryantavllle gave Tboiniaon.1J majorA( ihrst. f the Circuit A llaidlr., Utile llewanl.eon of (leo. -J- udge C Mr. Jame K. Allen, of Ihla idare, Tltr (VMiralnt Oarranl (awnl- - llora It. Ilmer, fell from a wlmlnw, twenty feet unlleit In the holy bond. the ritUng of the (Irand Jury. ity and taneaalrrai Ihe panel Ibtekryt gave Try Conrt t Iktnlatnwn, diainb-aei- l HaUil IUy Akmtrxii. Marrieil, in lion-ellmirilj for ! Iij (.Ittrratill A the (Ireenbark IMecler for Ihla Drlricl in -- On Ihe train rrtwrnlng frm Urnla- - llUiudsdlXJnil-JVinI Ihe iarcmenl account of l.lck. IIP, mak- In I.ancaatr, W!ne.lar, ,., -ai"r - Kiaimi . IVntijr. ,,..,-l (Ireve, Texas leein'), Mlr SrtJtr vllle rcfenlly, I bed the pteMiircof mak ,iri,..-.- . ,, ,, ,, , ,, aoe : in a leaiueniii race laai aoeaeiar. ,1...... t. -mi. Wlliw Hum of all all ami gtaa of ami auffered coneuaalen of the brain, iro Armalrnng, formerly nf lluatanvllle, Ky , ing the acquaintance of Mra. Tarrant and Ing l'ry' majority In Ihla county 118. We nomination of Mr. llen lor elector "aa a I tvior iliaiineiitni "Vina; jiiinun .I.... ..xjdon't like Ihe character of (Harwich reeliwiM ihiennrMiar uiwrr I'll i waa doing well at cnn luring fearful eiama. were Impanded, and ohlereit a new panel. In Mr. Taylor Hay, of (larrard counly. llie Mlaaea Jeannte and Ann lluebanan, of ceived here laat night ami thia morning, compliment worthily beatewed. anil A IVnnjrV Tliom Itieb, of I larrard county. Irtwerer, lait everlng. WB Will 8FLI AT VERT IOW ridFRrV, The marriage of Mr. Ixiti. 1. Cullierl- - Grab Orchard. 1 regretted In learn from Too much irale can not be given by Oil", Varnl.l.ra, I'AINU, Willi and are led lo exclaim: iln Haven't while drank al Harrewlabiirg, Saturday, th rarnt Ifiot: la lloTlermintr, on tb Turnfiho ATTtMlB, f.Aim! We are reqnrateil aon ami Mlaa Kate R lluflmar la an Mra. T. that he waa almul to move lo Mil- - he American people any good left In them! the Democrata to our liandaome and popu threw Ida arma around a young lady paaa-In- g llnad frotnlJinraiter to Ianvllle, on whleh a U Wln.low hum, ai iMiiam ptHra ai Llirn-aiillMiller now reablea, rontilolnf IVnnj'a. b the Harden Ilmlhera to call lheaeclal neunce.1 for NoTrmber lOlh. Mlaa Hnff' leraburg. lar young friend, Mr. J. It. Chandler, of We cordially wlah hrrapleaa-an- t We tike pleaaure In acknowledging along theatreet and bugged her. He V( iiDAriAMr.r nr llaailv-inlin- l Pine IIIII, .'..r hlafrarleaa and Indefatigable atlenllon nf the ladlea to their large BMort-me- man la one of Coelnglon'a moat lalenteil and aucceaaful mtaalon in tier new home. Ihe reception nf the firal laaueof the Ihm-Viwaa arreated, tiled More Judge Caldwell Me. I'alnla in iiialllj ami .InriMlilj. ! efTnrta laat Tnea.lay. He came to Ihe dt of notion and linen gnnde, bleacheit orfWr, and her many frlenda will unite in I I'M an Injunction on Miaa Jeannlclopre for OaHryr I,mlU), and whilat but a critItolirrta A Pugg. and fined $100, bealde Impriaonment r thro pi re for you a lively deaeripllon nf that early and worked actively until 7 o'clock. and linbleacheil, hear damaala, both wlahing her happlneiaa and iTu-peic of "leaaer light," and conaeqnentlyio. Haiiiim A Ni'NNi i.i.kv hxr for al a fifly daya. UmhI Kite of rultlriil.m-Fte- tr Art I'ndert while ami colored. Kromourown knowl- life. CiiTingtoti Comuionweatth. V11 trip, memorable lo rvtrj one whoa for- ataalng an opinion of correaiondlng weight, Had erery IVmncrnt In the county worked frmlvtrilTf, aprlng wagri. bran Iiw one-ltelteiorta from the Nallonil hankaof Ihe L' H. (Irani, Jr , la hardly oil wllh Ihe edge w can aa thai in eueli gnoila Ihe Irail ll fnr tnttl? tune ll waa to lie an actor In that cheerful yet we are confident lhat thoae who have like "Dirk" Chandler, the majnilty would I'nllnl Stale to Ihe Comptroller of the old lore he la on wllh Ihe new. ll rrprifcntallnn, in miniature, of ''the wreck have been ihe oilier way. It Has Two Comfortable Dwelling 1'rBmnrrev, TWIel Kuan. Hair, Nail Hitilena have no comiettlora. carefully pciuaed thta paper (and more Currency, allowing their condition on the will b remembered a n! Tooth llrtialit. aiul luilrt arliflm of that a abort nxuilli of I Mlaa Fannie Willlama, a hamlaome Houses, All Necessary nller, ami the email of wnrhla," There if they know ila nlitora and conA nrvtI.rMAM from Iiantillr Ialof October, abowa Ihe total reaource lo all kln.ta at Clirnaull .V IVniijV ago Miaa Klond, ll.e inllliunalre'a daughler. waa large delegation from your art of tributor) will aciiuieacc In our atalement, and charming young lady of thl place, la lie $2,10."i,7(u,fi2."i. Good Orchard, All Well Fenced, and The banka hold In gold J, II. A H. II.SllAKK liavr n.l rrrrivnl here yralerday that a d!alrli bad been re of Han Kranrlaco, gave him Ihe gram) (he a vlaiting frienda and relativea in liOiiiaville county, Ixith going and rrturning. thalll ia one of llie moat excellent and n la the Best Watered Place in Boyle a nrw Ut ff Zrlilrr lira.' Shon, ami alaa (elrcd in thai town h Ihe American Tel bounce. TMa week bo waa married, in and ailver coin and gnhl and allver and New Albany Mlaa Jennie Hull waa a lance liit uf liaalr rn ami Cincinnati up college papcra In the land. Ita egraph that New Ynrk had gone 7,(KK t)em New York, to Mlaa ChatTee, daughler of Ihe Conrltng recmed to furnlah employment; County. In town Monday C. Crook, of Pine work. and while icveral young gentlemen might auhject matter la deep, Intereating and drawing of the The twenty-fiflocrallc TheeiTerton hoeful lVmocrata K. Harry Milton, nf more trad. lie dracri'ied n anfiieienlly "ai.ocney'' on It Wrlm a Uautlfnl line- - of ll lata! waa elrclrir, and the Ugh lrlta of certain ex .Sena tor of Colorado, and we would he pleavd to no- Hill, IL Martin and Distribution Company took W will dl? 11 en Into two orto reaponalMo lfJenlre.1 long tltnw part lea. nd will aell II IlrM.Kr. Jonxor. Ily KM. N. II Ihe aubjerl of certain young ladlea, one Hvtrarf Tfiy clirap. Call ami nrodheid, are In Ixu!aville thia week tice aome of Ihe piecea particularly, if time Anf nnodealrlniftoluok at aall farm will rail on place SalurJay In Ixnlevi1le,at Macauley'a Itrtiublicana annk below aero; but it waa Johnaon at hie reaidence. aaalaled by Klder ar It ltftire Irtirrliaaln; tlfwliftr. (loo. I ten d 7 at Lanraattr, or 8. W. Miller oo the. W. O. Ilradley paaaed through Wedneaday may emphatically be aii.l lo have and apace did not prevent. & Staff;. 1aw. Theatre. In Ihe presence of a large auloo good to be mi, aa rntierurnt dtriiatchea (I. C. Smith, Oct. Mr. John W. Hun-lemorning, returning from Ida ramjutgn In l"en Hiooney.more. PrinwixAi. Our young friend (leorge dience. The capital priie of $30,000 waa Oi'K "lock of 1 .1111 11 llnrnrra ami Clelnv eliew alS-Iof Fayette county, to Mlaa Addle John Henry U- Permit n.e, in paaaing, to aay a word T Maann, left on Friday laat to make Ida behalf nf hi friend White drawn by licket No. S.SI7; econd prire, ptjt amMVIndow fllaaala now romplrtf, DhI'MKIxxdm. The late houra that the aon, or .Madiaon. Mr. Ilogrr .Martin, M In commendation of the eplrll of Improve- home In Chicago. He waa oflered and haa xlnrki, of Iiutavllle, waa in town Wedami will li aoM at the )3rl market $10,000, by ticket No. 70,311; and third election relurna have cauaed ua to keep, Fayetle county, and Mlaa Sallie J. llall, of ment which Mr. Celia II. Itice, of Fort prire, $.000, liy licket No. 8(,;H, The irlc. )IcISotrt A aeenia lo have inapiml, and accepted a (Kadllon In the largr mercantile neaday Mr. Merrill Denhim. of warmed ami rejuvenated Ihe hoary age UrJiovrn. We have rrmovnl our atoek haa revealed a alartllng amount of drunk, Ihnville, Worth, Texaa, ia vlaiting her father, Mr following of calabliahment of McKleeh A Co., of that licketadrer $1,000 each: 73,113, of Renala to tlia rrcrntlf orru enneaa among the joungatera of thta town. Madiaon, and Miaa Maggie logan,of Tay- - Ihe vrnerab'e Stanford, Mr. Xf, ll la true the old city, (leorge I a daahlng, genial young Willi Adama, in Ihla county GS,m.i, r,i,a m,ioi,.i.i,s7I. iiiril or (Iro. II. Ilriirc A to. Mit The parenta of audi hove arc allowing (hem etle, were Ihe allendanla. landmark, which are Iwlng remove.!, poa-- fellow, mecalng every rrquiaileof a firat-cla- A. Ihirmddc, of Pine Hill, ia in damn! South Sldo Main Stroot, First Door aak our frienJa to rail. Nrw Tall jrfit1aln The laat Iglalalure reiluced Ihe thia neck. Ilolow Bt. Asaph Hotel, a peculiar iulereel. md Ira. vaiirtv-ja,- t rrctlvnl. They are mnnii-ment- a it i:i. iii mi f. J. II. A N. to rlien for the penilcntiarr and they will aaleaman, carrying about with him fur the Ijatern Kentucky Lul aorrjr afler a while that they did not A movement II. Miank. Inaugurated yealer and memnrlala nf Stanford a it waa the winning manner that pteaae. Mnch natic Aaytiim from $200 to $105 for each 1.M J. (libaen, of Islington 1'nlvee- - KENTITKY, day morning looking to a tealoralton of ATirHTiox, UiTMriM' MrlSulwrla A com .el them lobe home afler nine o'clock. wheal a generalion now iaaaed aay were auccew In you. Take root, old lwy, and patient, making a diflerenca of S2I.000 per STAXroitll, Ktarx laT the largest ami inuat rttfHltlt We Intend to publiah name In the future. aity, will preach at I.uah llraneh next buay anil efficient ele actor In the allrring grow Owing to a preaa for time we neg- the town government, which haa Ucn year Infivnrnf the Slate. The new law ph.oitcli-a- , Sunday morning and night. alwk ol alioticuna. game-bagKee alvara oa baoJ a full uffj of drama of pioneer hllory aa it waa when lected, laat week, to make mention of Ihe fnnct for a long time. A maaa.meeltng of took effect on thclat of July, and the Lexiwilr-llaakNew York drop and chill-ri- l CincriT Coi'BT. The aewlon of Ihla Key. J. IE. rceplea clnacd n ielracteil abol, all at lwtloni frier. Call ami ex- Court waa resumed Wedneailay, ami the meeting at Ilryantavllle, Ihla week, which many a reiterated rellci of a former day, unfortunate our young friend and cilizena waa called for laat nighl, al the ington 7roarri'nf aaya lhat the Aayluin ia Cotirt-lloua- e amine larforr urtliin; elaliere. to aelect a Hoard of Trnateea, caailyrunon Ihe reduced appioprlallon, Staple & Fancy Groceries, raw of lieu Kerrill, for the murder of Mike revolted In twelve ad.litlona lathe Mrtho who yet linger amid theae aurroundlnga, neighlior, Johnny Patilkner, had gotten To WnrrrR-- r KtUeiruxT. Having trm Kir in 1ST8, being apKir.t aTown Marahal and ret the wheel and hallowed by to many memorie of youth' Into. However, wearc glad that If thecon-cliiaiolhat pallrnla are aa well provided for at for that day, the tri- dial Church. at'iiilnleil (IrtcitAl, Kmkiratiox Aeir.iT briahl lioie ami annibre care, AND PROVISIONS. nf theeiamlnlng court could have of municipal government in motion. Thia aa before. The Hoard of Commiaaionera of - The Chrialian Church of Chicago, cf ami wIhi, having roanhomr ihe conaccrated at C1nrlnn.ll for the VAN'IUI.IA LINK, al waa at once begun. The argumrnta ia a more in the right direction, and it ia liorne to d been no lietter, lhat It waa no worae. From for the Matea nf Miiaaornt. Tixa. Ah. cloaeil yealentayaflrrnoon, but the'jnrr the aaylum melon Fidiy for the purpose which I!ev. (ieo. W. Sweeney waa jiaator ALSO, tomb the loved and loat, la wailing for Ida the atatement of thoae who heard the hoicd that every good citizen will lend hi ol preparing their annual report to the NrnRAaKA, KxAS 1'oi)kaii, after a abort retirement that the till recently, haa iaacd rraolullena highly CALtniHxiA, and the Wrxrrax TraniTo-h- i In rcaign hi poat and render up trial, we learn he will have no difficulty aaalatance In behilfof law and order. The Governor. aiimmen Courier-Journa- l. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps. Staple Dry were enable to agree. Judge Owaler.how commenuator of him, tbua rrfuling the 1, am full f i.rttaml to furnlth, rare Ida Irtnt. Henj-there ia nomrthing of of coming out all right at any future trial. drinking, ahootlng an.l caronaing which Goods, Notions, uents Heady-maa- e on ai'hilratlon, .Mi, iam I irruiara, kit. ever, ordered ihcni to make another effort, Inainualiona againat liira recently publiah- haa lieen witncaaetl In the laat ten daya aadnf conneclcil lib Ihe contemplation John Iearcl, Jr., left for Tcxia Saturng Kill, Climate, Ac. lx)rl ratea maile but Ihe had not tuceceded at S laat night. cil In Ihe OiwrinJeweim and copied by ua. Xktr AMI IITIV1 UMTS. Clothing, Pocket and Table CutTuceday night the of Ihe ilemoliiinn of theae ancient edifice. day. He took with Mm n carload nf ought to be atopped. atock. on laiiMeiijtera, hnnchoM Koula or Communion will lie held at the Pre- lery, Queens- - and Glassware, hriUKiMi. Judge lehlrn,of lbamn, Call on, or ail.lrew. (IK) A KNKHIT. Ihil llieie can lie noqucalion aatn the In- - blooded cattle lo be put on Ihe ranche town waa In the hand of a wild, drunken, (ien'l Fjitltrallon Acrnt, N. R Cor. 4lh eiuke here Saturday night to an audience fiylerlan Church next Sunday, and theaer- - crcaeed utility ami Iwauty Sail; of Personal l'ropcrly! Tobacco and Cigars of all r.!cktca4 mob. nf the alructurea Me. Noel and Duncan have alarled...... ami Vine Streets Cincinnati. Ohio. ctmiod, for the moat part, of colored vicea preparalor thereto will liegin to wlilch are aprtnging up in their room. Mr. John Arnold, of Waco,Texaa, arrived Died, at hi reaidence, in lhi coiinly, kinds, Powder, Shot, night by I'ev. 1' M. (Ireen, nf Danville, people. Ilia apcech waa the uaual weak , IXMl, AT ON 8AT1 litlAY. N()VKI1IF.II Your dwelling, your boteta, you cily hall. here aereral daya ago, and wilt remain a October 2Sih, 1 8S0, Stephen (I. Cummin, I'.'KSOA.II- Mr. McUrov aaka ua to aay that thoae hav lata reaMetiee of J. I. ThunuoiKl, I wlllaell at COTTON A WOOI.KX YAKXM, lh argumrnta of bia pally, and created but your churchca, are all cndilable alike lo abort time, aa he la engaged in nettling up aged nearly (V yeara. Mr. Cummina waa puMir auction. lliallowlnxlraiaalty 1 palrf la. Aft I4aa. J K. Haglm laf mrnej Utile Inlereat. ing children to be bapllied will pleaae preA drunken man in the (ilizena thia county ftaabay Malra, . I walk Horae. t Iowa aa Tin and Woodcnnarc, the taale ami the enterprise of your town. hia wife' buaincM. He qualified a her ad- - one of th,very frwuaaalaaall I atraa. 4 Maria of liar. Ilaaae aad kllcbra t araent them on Saturday morning at the reggal up and called a certain alale-mrStanford may hive alept aa long aa the mlnlatrator aome daya alnce Mt4 ItMttK TaeaaiaAar nrtntiMl turn AnJ wane other uaefiil ai title too tedloua ta meo Mr. W. It. haa ever had. He waa liorn here and hia Jiltare. Trrtuaoa day tif aale. a a. ular church hour. aa. j. ai eiinii aell at th al.ai tlen, ll of which lofli-rof Ida a d n lie, but Judge Oweley, lAMWltr IM mrt. Mxunolent lilp an Winkle, but It haa Maaon and wife arrived home aafely laat entire life waa paaaed In thia county. More !The International Sunday-Scho-t- ia.O.11 Mdleann JliHttr. Icy, who waa preaent, waa determined that 3j ycara ago he became a luemlicr of aiiaeai refreahed from ila alumtier. 'Ihnraday afternoon from a very pleaaant than aon Connniltee, In prepare a world' aya- lllillUMiUiMikf he ehnnbl net t further Interrupted, anJ STOUE.1100M F0K 1U3ST Tlie gical quadrennial apaam of the and delightful trip nf two week, vlaiting Ihe Prrabylerian Church, and he remained Ua. flackT. MttteaaanlkM wmm aalalaaa for I will lata Countrr Pwlura In exchann lot iooJa Informed Iho d. in. that a rertition of Ihe tern of uniform Stimlay.Scboot ! ak H Win nation i nve. It will reipilrc aome day frienda ami relalivra in llcnderaon county. a devolcel Chriaian until Ida death. Hia taUMla. at market priee. aeven yeara Irom IShi, ia in aceaien in M. Aiapli Hotel A ..MrahloSlftf lk.MHu.nl t. -- Mm. IkllaaoaaM, U m a iWI the odenae would cauae bia Inearceralion. I have Ireen taelbrvtbapuMir, Baking, recti fine lo rclllc Ihe qucallon whether Iho patient Hia only objection to that part of Ihe Stale notable Iraita were : uprigh'neaa In buaineaa IniIUIuk ll hi lull Jit t front, .W) anJ tewlowtng Cirora, for II yen a, and lo all theae, Cliiragn. The comralllee la cowpnaed of a lifrrnt Ub.tt.IUr, Kt. II T abRahrtu. alive or dead, but you can record that ia, you have tnctillivate a taet for quinine afiatra, pure moral and a generoua diajio-aillodrill kl wellnirra wilbrouolert.KiiJMff. yeara 01 laiMir, non nara neen niure imwpenHia inn -- Mm Vnt llattlar lll tMxMlnwarbr CorxtV COUHT. There waa but little fourteen diatinguiahed clergymen, two of . all thlDK conaMered, than th Two children, Mr. W. C. Cummina tsll nnr iMnM , the Weat Km! of I.lncilii ia loyal atlll. A to aroid "ahaking" US-IValpiraiU, Ii4, Ultln4 la hnil oo.J I'.lixi Wcat Mi Kit 4.IIM IN A llil.lKy. rlauanl, 1 bate iod, raaaa to nmia befurt myrut dene on Monday of general inlereat. A theae, lie. II. M. Palmer, D. D., Preebyle-rlarUufurJ, ao.l thank them, on and all, great and aiuall. Mim Ma lltaM'a Wliat large role waa m!lcd at thia joint with and father are vitiling friend' In Payette and Mr. C. W. Adama, and hia widow aur- rrttly to H numlarrof ududaryaeltleinenta were made, New Orleana, and Key. John A. While I bare received their money Id large and area brraaffani alter a rr( Ihll t Laaeailee. about tk) majority for Hancock and Kng thia week amall UBaDtlllra, I feel that mma bare ajlvea an Mra. Carrie Walton left thia rirc him. He waa a father in Iarael, and )taa.l!i. II. ltati a aaJ kee iierttr ma, Haw. aereial ieraona were relieved from unjuat Ilroadua, 1. !., Ilaptiat, Ixxiiavllle, Wing llih. I have Diorw thoroughly ! ! equlraleDlmy many rrleoda andthan niyaelf. After ! never wiineaacd anywhere an morning lor a aereral daya'atayat her full- hi loaa will lw deeply felt The enlire palroua fur their taxation, and Ihe will of I'ro'. J. II. Mjera from the South. thanka to aol lUalap, f Ianeai4er, wrra kert tkl week liberal patruoaKe, I hoi lor continuance tt the community aympathlte wllh Ihe lrcired eleHion o ipiiclly condiicled no wrang- er' in Fayette AHarrtllr llllleeneUKlealat Oak Orrfe-an- l, waa aJuiltted to probate. K. II. Clienault mor JmHl. Our meeliug aame; aiul by blr tlealiDa; and luw prlcea, 1 feel I AM HEIMNll TlIK BUST A. A MaKtaaej Ikla ek. preaented Dr. T. Ik Montgomery aa Ida ling, no alioHting, no drunkenneaa, no dia- aaaaavealafMra. an.l Laurel e'uouly that we can meet the demauda of many, 1'lne lllll, Mllnir-loOn Thumlay taat the chime of Ihe relallre. cloacl with Waco Church laat night ami I Tub rrat Ikat I!r. Lea I. Ilaffaaaa ka.1 bur. Six election precincl out id aeven in (Xulat Ilia (.tluwlog r!i Reapectfully, 4M M. . KI.MOKI1. turhance. Moat men having dejioaltcd their lle4al(laCaTlBtealaat eattJae. waa eatM-ilktel- auretv ami took the oath of olhce aaTreae- - can truly aay liod owned and blcaacd hU vole, left the 1U and rcturneil lo their wedding bell were again beard in our thia county give Hancock 711; (larfiehl (INTIIKCAl: 15 Ceiila. inidat, announcing at 10.30 A.'Mlhat antkertlara aa Ike aaf taaa llkt urer. The rale to be charged b tavern-keeier- a truth. Old troublea were hcaleil by the 10 lent. iii:uvi:iti:ii 700: Turner 722; White 7211. In Ihe Pre. ieaccfiil aroealiona. The colored element other rare llowcr waa immediately to lie ket. waa filed at fifty cente each for love of (iod, and the Church waa revived T. IIV ll'.SS. -4- 1k a tkaaki are le Una. II. A lVtaik, T. W. lodging, breakfaat, dinner and rupiicr, and and ia now a unit. We cloaed with rine voted (Kit pretty fully their inatructiona, called from I.ancaatrr'a liowrra, anotl er idential race it la probable lhat Hancock IllUlaa.'JJiall. Ntit, 'Cjalra Ckrlil her I'laaa the aame for a horae feed. Taaturage waa haa a very amall majority, but White haa We hare jewel plucked from, aociety'a crown. addition'; 7 by experience ami bapllam, but exhibited no enlhiiaiaam. First -- Rate Farm For Sale ! aw4 atherafae Ike ilwltow naaroa fraaa Ibelr ire waa fixed at SS rliH-tar month and a drink of and two realored, and reveral gave evi reamin lo fdlcitalc ouraelvea in view of the Though the day waa "dirk ami cold and at leant 01 majority in the coiinly, a gain urer lloyd'a rote of 170, when Turner had Matin ilelrrmliitsl laiiiill farnilntf tar wlille. I a day dreary," long prerloua to the appointed -MVaaWiaamaaJJ. Hil.Ttr-raa- , whliky or brandy at ten centa. dence of converaion which we Ihink will orderly and harmonion progrea of MUlTlralfl, a tirm, jJnJon(iMlM'iJ-watrr- a Thia rcault o0r furwM'nur (Vrrfc, tuf iiitlMlVuiii VWInut Hit af Iaallle, ter Ivaf aaj It. II. which we uanally look forward with time, the Prrabylerian Church waa eloaely 303 majority iu the DIatricl. aoon take up their cna ami follow the to KlviilK Haukin, the wonderful Child TaiaUaaua, el lAaeaalrr. U. IViteo. f Litft7, iraaai Uilini aiaaan ia due to two cauaea, namely: the Immenae irvvu I have juat received lh emu miagivfnga, filled with the fricndi of Mr. Wm. Urcen-lea- f ta h jLt in aicuiol iifitliliatltwaj, au4 aaJ alker allaea, are aHea4liaf Cleeait CWtt Oralor, leelureil here on Sunday Schoola Savior, liro. O. Cliy Smith waa with m Clera. 'a certificate wliich 1 encloae. (See thooUanJrhuntira, ruutatnlngrtl Arret of and Miaa Willie 1 telle Owaley. to oil-ne- a amount of money uacd by the Itepuhlicana Da. Kn. JILraiaa wrttea ue rrem Htw Yetk and prracheil with Ida uaual power and tram Ilia on It cul Wcdnceday night, and Ida audiince waa o Ol nf the (ireenliackera. and Ihe table elaewhere. lift) Aa nothing but Ikat ke ealle.1 en lieu. ItaaMk aa4 axiaj klaa Ike their h'appy union. It waa n ety iiouat. with o ruutiia, mmnn-rooand mm en, Ieaed that they voted nearly uuinlmoua. earneatneaa. Old ainnera that were unuaed political new will paaa current thia week, lrfliou ami sll gotUIlrn nar llie tltaur. excclli'iil aitleirrliariJ, Aawa Ikal be kajavrr aaeataiveweaeflkefwuw pleaaant and imprentre rpeclacle lo aee thia laat element, there were very few who moved by the power of (iod 'a An area. tUiataIlr keellt kar te retutla at Oar. ly for him to lecture again, whteh he did lo weep, were did not auccnmli to theintlucnceof White Tltatirm It welt watirl wim aeveral oeTer-falI ahall not burden your apace with any thia banJaome couple enter and walk down on or allrrm erner'e lalanJ. laat night, tiling aa bia auhject, "I'uture Spirit to weep and Inquire the wiy lo thing of leaa inlereat. ltut let me aay that money. J. IX Allen, I.. II. Carter, Francia IDt iTlnin. Trnti.wur. fall Ihe long iale 'neath the eager gaze of ,.U, .M.IHI.i;iS, Crib Onhirvl. erk'a aukarrlWra are. kllaa tJaUla lleooguitiou, Oca tkla or Shall We Know lUch Clinat. The meeting waa a power upon having aent my communication early laat II. IVbord, J. IX Wooilyard, rklllpa, tlratel Vallck. W. II Lea, NaalilMt.; T aiiectatora and make their graceful Illoomer, M. the entire community. We feel to bleaa A convcraatlon with U, Kiln, j.ka X. U. (i'Uk, Other In Heaven." Ha. week, I waa conaiderahly jieiptexcd to ac- aacenaiona upon the altar. J'.ut wliat made and a few other, were the notable excep ! reaulta of the meeting. hiui convincea any one that Ida apeecbee (iod for (be happy L I'. WilKukeala, Jaka Vxiaf, lll(khaj, count far Ila nou apjiearance, and feared ua, who are xealoualy endeavoring to join liona, Theae uien were true to their prinN. It. JoitNi-oYoura Truly, liams. Uajilll.. (VI., k liar. J. A. Dnflet W I' are not delivered In parrot-lik- e ! atyle, but I had been guilty of aonie infraction the bliaaful aociety of Itenedicla tremble aa ciple, voting and working for Turner, and that Makea, OUliarl'a Oiek, Mra. g. V. II. Taeraal, that he knowa what he la talking about. of good nannera or aound niorala, correct a reed aliakenby Ihe wind, waa the awful the IVmocrala will remember them for it. HRS.WARREN& MRS. BRUCE i.A.vn, sToru .iaii ciior. UllleraUiri; W. XI. IWW. J. T. UMtkuaa, T. 1 well on all inhjecla, and for !! Klectiox DisTi'iinA.NCJS. In Copper IVnlte, XIra. Jan JmolnM. Juell. Araakt, Wm. He nonverae taite or "regulation" grammar in Ita get aolemnily of the row taken. Prol. Itan- Craig I.ynn loat a valuable horae thia up. No audi rcaaona; careleaaneM of ana-eAIlm.vertiiiri'iielixl to roiualn In the Millinery bual' IkiJJs ). C.TIwaioHi, I if Ik Y. Walter, W. V the lender age of 8 ycara he la Indeed a dolph, In Ida habitual excellent manner, Creek a young fellow named Itlddle atruck ihmiw. autl tlwM--a wiablo to buy unjiulng la tb W.U.a A (V, A. Caaa4a,kaai, llaadwrr Waal, wonder. He lecturea again week, of bulla. Jack Mctall on Ihe back with a club, and aliuediachargeil .11. We had a re! the fettering ceremony, Uaeaalerl J. T. Ckaa, Jr, VI fa. Wan. Illatl, A. I, Dawaon, Sr., ha a hog Ihil pot! thia morning lhat (tell. Hancock waa pronounced after the marriage the bride lui Jack got out hi knife and tried to kill and W. Karanaafk, Jaka I'alaier, AJaiual Ulll, mediately MomhavCoI. A.M. Kwope failed to appear weigh "00 Ilia. W. I. Barnra, 1. ' tkexuale, Ataeo fiery charger and tow- - groom him, but tlie crowd interfered and ecpara-le- d lliattailllal aeen, mounted on a for Islington, their future but Col. W. (). liradlcy arrlveil opportuneroom fur- KliouM not fait J. S. Owaley aol.l lo Kicbard (livcoa a enng like Saul aoove hia fellow, lonuay home, tft the hope or their many irieneu (boa, Pi. K. IV. Ima.C. t' Uilttue, IL K. them. The man that Itlea to inipoac on uirrly uaeila ato call on theia al lh plelure nailery, with Waa. Ilrtkele, llrfain.flHei J A haj-l- e ly and closed the campaign here, in one cf lot of feeder' at 3e. "Torch-light,- " In the (iladea, adviJack haa hia hamla full but later , night in the aa well ar the moat gentlemanly llmalnl Me., Waller Ckrnaalt, t'l. heXl. Ka., the -- 1'. Held aold to J. W. Allen 12 head ce inlimatelhat (ieorge Alfonl waamia-take- n that all the blealnga lhat gild life' course Andrew Hcrrin bunt a Uitlle filled with Ovor ?tr..l. IS". Orulu'" Htan-t'of kjr Marian (Injun. VMt Mania Ueaaa, W. w may attend them. Mr. Ureenleaf waa born eiwechea we have ever heard. SOOdb. hoga at 4 centa. Kepubllcan Ul-- I jr HlanrWJ, Ky. brandy over the head of a fellow named Roulli title ol Mala Href I, Ilea Uk, lur. Ilea. O. lUraea. Maalai: for the nation' Idol. Well, (ieorge and reared here, but for aevenl yeara haa JalUrll, The principal winta were a laudatory I.ytlo A i:ikiu laiught of aocral Mia. Ir. Wjall I. Ulfticr. tiaoatitle, laJ V. 1 a amall rpacr, retided elaewhere, and ia now agent for the TodJ, with no more acrioua reaulta than dnean'l fill by any mean of the life and public aervlceaof both tic their lot of hoga at I centa. Mffra, Daaillle, 8. It. lUaejr, (.U.lan lllr. Mu,, In Mt. crnon the loaa of Iho brandy even In a laige proceaalon. Company in Adama Fxprea sizos. Mia. LurluJa llutkrr, llu.loolllU. b' lr. H. (lnSeld and Arthur, a dig at Hayeaand Jim Allen bought a car load of hoga II. Maker, Maabol, Ilea. W. TrlkWe, bbalkf the utter uufitnea uf the Democratic nom . and a young man of enviable reputation Ihe nrgroea and a few white Uepublicana ll'dtneafj in tnia vicinity thia week, at 4 centa. HkawaU. very Impudent until "Itock" ltoyle, a Mlaa M. II Wjllr, were CllJI l. Ititaa. It acema a little Inconaialent that T. J. (.oocli ohl to W. I). Johnaon one in every reaped, Mia Willie ia a relative of Tobiaa Ileaaley aold lo J. A. and Sam LUki Mra. II. llroJeiaaa, Ueell. Ilevte T r ol negro, tried to bluff llillie Mullina, when Judge M. II. Owtley, jearling heifer at $15. Also havo in Summty goods : MrltuWHa, Jr., Norlkllel.1. Ia4 , Oil. T.W. UlUrr. he ahould aieak of Hancock aa a mere Ilarrla 0 head of I,?.) Mb cattle at 3'c. Itillie drew hia knife and walked into Ihe The election aiwed off without any Flnley Denny and a niece of Judge DenJa.le i. U. I'bllli, W. (' MtC'.iiuia, M. C eohlier, Incapable of rforudng the dutiea STANFORD, KY., J.N. Denny, of Hyallaville, Ky., lua Ico-Croawith o much vigor lhat In a few Froozors, Wa- lliilwaa, Joha UaJ, Mia. M. A. Mattlu, K I of I'reaidcnl, when he la audi a rampant Hancock' majority In ny; a beautiful and well accompllabed lady. darkey for aale 1 thoroughbred Cutawold l.ww, acrioua dillicultie. r.iuWr, Arrk AaJarauo, I uraalue IlaU, d. A. Walmoment llillie would have aevcred hi lie- t (Irant man, but thru to lie a Ihla precinct I 13.1; Weaver receled bill We legrel lo have her leave Ila, but arc already bred. ler, Jiikra U Haillk, MaukirJ, Cktlallan Interfered, conaoled In the thought that what la our jugular, livl not llltk Hill, Me , anj MaJlaiw I ngleiiua, publican, a man la bound to lie Inconalatcnt. John M. Hail aold tu l'arrla A livana, .1 vole; Tlioiiiwnn' majorily ia 13.1. and after tint the negroe were quiet and Shovels, Grain ImCkalea, Oirgun, kr II. V. KuflrMau, (leu. W. About once in every four weikaTilB loaa la olhcra gain, and that ahe will reTin: Dkmih ihtio torcli-llgh- t careful procoalon of lloyte, ISO wether at -- Je rr pound,and In Skagg'a lo- - tlulr white allle Wtkb, fkKueravl, kylkaa. II. Weuk, Mta. Uaal Intmiiou Journal arrive at thia office lied credit uimii I jncaater luwhitever Pitchforks. &o. Monday night waa in lull more nfa aiicccM to Mr. llaalin, of Highland, a yoke of oxen Arwalfviia,lilugtuii, been reiurlcd that a crowd of kj Mra. HaraK Walklaa. Creek it had on Friday, whereaa, a few nionlha ago It Lctlity tier lot may be caal. Propriotor. than riiecled. The Hancock Club at for $75. Itadicata wero coining from Pulaakl to i.ov.ii, jn.irrf.'HH. Yanmeler A Hamilton' ctlebriled roarheil Ihla place promptly ntluSOorlk. Ileal .K CMfATa. Crab Orchard and Tiirucraville, mounted capture Ihe poll, but John driven, John that diy. Why la Ihla! itock Remember, wekeep a flnt-claTnr. Ilil.le Sodrlj nun will bo hire licit ami carrying torchea, rode Into town at hull, --Mill Duke of Airdrie, dinl TueaJay r.M. on . Crown, and other plucky I'.loomcr, J. Dtinrlllr. Howard Sweeney la camlincd to lit Kiimlajr. ft.-Io'clock, and with the Club uf Ihla He coat them $7,000 and waa valued at The lljyle County Teaehera liutilule fellow, hail provided theiuaelvea with a of Staple and Fancy Oroceriei, Mia Cin- bed with Abecftu ut Ihe l.lver rhot-gun- a lieginnlng Nov. few double-barrele- d will Iwbehl tnPerryville place, matched in line tu tlui muaic of the $10,000. and A I'AUM for aale, a act of lllaiUuillh Sugars, Coffeei, Molan- A.T. Nunnelley and W.T. llAiighuuu, (it IVrkiua la confined with Fever AT I7lh. Toola for aalo an.l a Tire Drill for aalo br btanford Cornet Hand, and made aiulte a lavy platula, and proKaril to Kohl. Diahun ia auOering from au attack of Ihamdeney and the epiaoolic areour make neceaaary a number of Coroner' commtudahto exhibition, l'yrolechlcaand of Lincoln, have aold In Iho laat few d.iya 11.(1. Alfonl. ei, Coal Oil, Tea, Mra. UiuUi Wnlirra ia vlaPneumonia the latter in a mild local prevalcnelea tnthualaam were lavlahly eiliended, and in Clark county, "I mlxnl cattle at $l'i to in Ihe event of llielr airivah They Rice, &c. M. T. Keymdda, 1'ienrr.lil 1 warn all ivraone not to tree- iting Mr. form. McKINNEY, KY. the boya were exceedingly happy for the $.S0 tier head. didn't come, and it' lucky they didn't Thenwd wcuther haa ut laat prove.) 11. T. lhiahciihangcd 11 law ll I kjii me farm, aa I will enforce the time, and, aa ll turned out, It la well that cattle lie turkey trade liegin anew In Dan lucky for them. If they had come, devil-iajaw rlctill agilnat all who do au. Io. hiiieficiattothoae auectcd with the "aiel. 1 ltavJiMlgwllra lu a Lar?: aa. iilauJU Mav they had their fun in advance. The awak- weighing l,ll0lb. with Jaiim A. lUrria log-bevllle. A Mr. Clarkwoi wanla all iu Ihe few of them would have gone link. Mm II ul InFanoy CJrocorlca, wo havo Can. e fever" In Halifax, and now the 1 1 yearling cilllo in whhft Harden. ing waa from Ilia balcony at 'Squire Car A Hon fur country at a fair price. a i. jir.iK'HAMUNi:, nod OooJa ofovory dcicriptlon, may nightly reat Hill tcrcerh-ow- l )c. difference In weight and 'H (la. c.isiiv feJi'.vrr. 1'irferrlng not to eon-tll- euiiV, and T. 1'. Hill, l. 11. 0ely.T.W. IHmTIVslmknt. - The Harry llruce farm waa bought by Tbal I laHiglil (ur taah auj I Inlmil loaellim tba wilhluthe gloomy walla of the with the llor Oratur, .Mr. V. V. .McCor-luai- k Valium, K. U Warren and W. II. Miller for all over. aaioa uruia al lh J. Uu llrurc, laat week, at $70.10. The I.lbrrlu. Cbocso, Maocaronl, Splcci, atruclure without fo.ir of diatuih-auce- Countv (XmiiT Dav. People were concludeil to Klaine lata lcluro made allrring adJrcraca, which were, for Our Hancock and Fngllali Hag la Hill Lowest contilna about 3n0 acre. trail Possible Prices ! Extracts ot all kindi. till nett MlnJar night, at wlileli time he Ihe iiiu-- t part, loat tu Iho crowd, who r too full of iolllIca to take any Intcrcel In atnglug-achounfurled to Ihe breeie, ami we expect her Tbuau wlMliur uf Mauiiihi. In ltoyle county un 1' leaching a Maek Itale lllga(ltaialua,an.i'Iiuii'l lu alfalre of Iraa iiiumenl, ami conaeipieutly will jallhtljapie3r. K. U. WAUL. alaleil In hallooltig and ahootlng "1 lour of PraW John It. Ilarrla to Miaa Nannie lo float until after the lib uf March, ISM. run HjrirUU" 3rd, ta at Olive, ualng llie little or nothing waa dune licie Mnmlay. Mel I in Hell waamanicd on the SUlh Itol.t. Colley la teaching W. Hughe, and I'.rneat Ilarrla to Mia In the nultcr of diet nt and locketa, aliuoat without ccaaatlon. TiilMMiiiiia. aa a text book We alio keep a Large and Oomplete itock aa follow i A du-aOn the '.".lib ult., 0. W. ult. to Mary 11 I.tnter, and on the 2d Inat. The affair paawd oirpleaaanlly and every Capt. II. T. lluah and Lucy Karri a wrillr.g.choul at Walnut (trove, Roo.la we are Irtmuilniia aa Wellaa body went away determliitil to vote for dull day fur atoek trade. About 75 head Key. Janie W. llarron will begin a aeletl Fidler to MlaaTomiuie A. Italaell. Jamia A. llell to Mary K. Drown all of of China, Olaii and Qneeaiwue euro that the llaydriu auiiplr ever roA of inferior cattle on the market, aclllng at achool The following ia the official vole of Caaey, and happy In the blcmud alale uf aonable want, and at nrtcea aa low aa any Hancock and Utile l'hll. at aaino place an anon a the Fall Lamp and Ohlmneji. Hold at See. tic to 3c. Common plug borne ' lloyle county In NovemUr election: Han matrimony. aehool (loae. rraaonable raon would aak, TlIK lll.nrrioN In Ihla county paa-e- d uaual prlcea. Hut few unite on Ihe mark Judge Winalon Puaman haa juat reSabbath-SchooCc. mention al Cu-l- a cock, (larfiehl, I, I IK) Thoiuon, Tlio l,aT, l Hat in. deterMlited U quit trmug, we will aell Our. Ill'XIilitli YfAlia aj;o laat Mon olT ipiletly, with but little excitement one 1 1, wiling at $70 to according to tulU Wet al iiuUW auallwu. vlit to hi broth- ulllitalwwville, eo (Ml IIm lreuilar. maJorily,7o; turned from a three-Ja- y' Saturday and Sunday wm hot very 1,211; Fry, l.leO-llam- ock' Alao.a goo J aaaorlraoul of Tlo ar. Hard. llleaud lim! iVrd day, Lincoln count war formed out of ihe way or Ihe other. There waa lllllo II any quality and aiie. Dr.O. II. Meltobert baa dtU luruHke rwad.tlie tlukif . NU rJXULIt 1. ou UIIUl It will be remembered er at UIuuiiii Thompaoii' welt attended... ...The prulracicd hinting al. wart, Tobaccoa, Cltara, Nollona, of Kentucky, IrKinli, and It la re money uied, and thebummera bad lo go ruunl our at I here la but litllechange Cincinnati. lnt, all w Cattle. k abd rvi. tvftaMaHc uf atuit lUiyle exiuuty gave Den- rtluriKHl from a gtvrloiu vialt In Stanford, adSunday with two that IwuyMraago I Kl hMdW kel of gwhl YvarliUrX corded that corn aol.l aa high aa $175, vr without their whlaky, conaeipienlly there In the cattle market, which ia quirt and al 1'rlemllbip clowl and, In fact, vary tblag uau Mwvia, lb ruilo4er (Vaa H. Itey- - ny 1'JSI iuaorlly. The day paaMHloll'iuiet. where he took in Ihe grand rally Monday Meera, iWr jrtr-a- 4 ImIIi by bapltaui, Klder J. atvi IMtVn, ahwMltw KwM.wll lred,iait bt lhw huahel In Continental money that Winter. waa an abrteuce of drunkeumua and eaay. Hoga ore a aha. lo higher. Sheep ami dition, allj kpl lo a drat'iilaaa night and the election, ami eilli.l tuaee all IWawoM, alwlof llufwHiwk, Uor W ft lluC. aerie of meeting ly- nolda iflioaaling 1brMikewuilliwtf tttfn. 'Wr aud lluiottir (Imili Na.ua. It haabeen ilvleruilned by bbawl ahcl. The day waa manually iultt lamb In but littl demand. Iwww are the will begin at Olive next Saturday) preach-lo- g of bltacial fiiruda. i't.lU()HAI Uouaa of tha Jo. (I. Adama, of W W or W biiabeUof Hay, ihalalwlUeatMatk, here. !eluw la the vole by prceinctain thia (lUuTATION. Fur Iho laat two wceka we have en- abeHMHht4a, at all 4 our tariuliitj Uleuaiu. the lUrrclory of Ihe Ixiularllle and Nah lopied In Danville for a few day kind. by libt. Wm. Croaa, and otlier. Tw ia niaalt kttoi u ua iay of al. tU4llO villa Una J to complete Iho Knuxville couiilyi Col. C. K llow- - joyed reading Tilt: iNTruiuu Jbl'KNAI. J K HI KIMIK, Hon. K K. (toocti lia.1 an apiotu(mint lal week. Cuoc coo JMVajaM Fair I paal aklira J I" HAIIabl. i Ilrancli lload to Ihe 'JVniU'aoe line, wheie . at Halifax laat man aa In Danville un Tueadiy anJ lol.l mure than uaual, on acexuint of the CaliW will aim, al all lluua, UU aUaWfumUu U a.2at.a to entertain a alnging-claiIMlnlulaiHKi. ,, it will be met be a road from Kuoxvill. ajotjlaw Sunday night, width waa completely bro- ol "Mini who bold the hollow of the fornia letter from our old frieud ami I (1J lo ttu.li a kelbra. i aIUA.lM.Tfc laaui, IU Hacvaa, tarJlV, Lauds aud Town tu all li wajr Fu-U-r. lAhjil.Bw (Xriiiuioa to juuj oaau. . Ikl, ia mi of Valuable It. H ... Work on the txteiukn wilt b(ln Imme Dr. W. W. Daw achool-male- , uouple uf drunken young wlnda In Hia baud." ken up by a .laa.W r'ndara Ulura, Umur, diately, and ll U exjicclnl cart will be the uiwat Intellljent ami 11 young iimmi M. WaakaUaullra we withhold for Iho aon, nf Cincinnati, waa here laat week whoa nam -- i i..- .-ii IBMI.W men, II Lots for Salo I l Htnlutl. Urn. I and .. m ' (W (if tu Knoxvllle b January 1, lNtii. thai wua;ier reared In old UneaaUi. barlu, aay uf lb Laat aaauaj ailick la Ii lMlM.tu.'......; II preaent, Iwplug Iheyj mar take warning, Cail. John U Hickman, of Columbia, Mo UVd-. ... . til i to tie Hiuiui. In alr. MUk UuJ aaa ' ixii t in Ulnar UuiuiuoaKnliiili During eleetUiii day there were MitrWm. II. 1. lima tAaU and ever afler ahiin tlio damning bowl lhat ia at Col. Wm. Duke' A 1'lNK TuAlit blue arll,l 111 a a lawAir ilkaliu; uf Ihe admit of 'luriivratffl . 111 III III I, a Karui of lor m1 ... i.aUal haa lent Ila content In heiing thti indtl-Ib- l and family will leave al an early dale fur al quarrel' but no tight. At 4 (Attatk the Afrfw.ooifliaiolr, uuill Jau. adjwtuloi lieu, 30 I.iuiba Uiiuiuuo tu l 4, T III I) III) II froaty weather (lit Harden Hrothere have H'aluul r14 . llteklo'c braooh, 1. aualavuar,aii4 iuuiijai Wavuaakwr UaWvr baa o aoiall In Ioulavillc, Ihe lollowlng are Iho V W7 jw im Kaiuaa Cily, Mo, llielr home lor the lu Democratic ticket had a majority of 30 In MclWlavria. ll taall ahauitt and diagrace uiou them. Ita don a thriving trade In l'all and Wlntir i'rali Orakar.1. Ika bltbaal auai tat tu u Cn-vt(JVOTATION. the IJbvrlr rrechut: C4 In tlio( fttoaM Paroi ol iw?V .irrrw iU4l apeelal alien. TeUla... ... P. Hill. Ilobl. Illatu ami W lure, gooda. Thejr aak (la to call -I- lona.T. -U iullhIUu. . i;jm lo ll Ui mjU ..I- - ! If.. ..Ill .... w. tM.,f i.!olUUIer,lMfiMa4U t. I Ibart Mabillle Wm. Mock, of Danville, Ji.hu Faulk-ner- , II, Miller adlreaae.1 a large audience here lion to thrlr fiu aaaortmrnt of au)ierlor . xattu IIS OiunauHi u talraeanUw... .... iim llouJa. miw at illJJUkur'i la llm Jrnklna .rHu.-- t ill t al,aMllvuMAUaL k llullkt a bwuaweb(toeurili UaU We were not .. a. laat Haliirilty eveniug. Jr., of Ijmaaler, acd Mlllun Ilobl kUMkara Thia I a falllna ollin the vote for Tild.n blanketa, comforta, Ac, and Iholr very large t. u Mlkil tl I.aUltl (JoulWMitubaal bnWkara. U large . colored, of (larrarJ county, ware held National lliulillcaii liekrt la 4 majority MobMlBtrt4lolaM(lrthNid. tM hi S.M to hear the buret of eloquence aalt collection of rcd-iuad- o clothing, heavy of lii and an Increate of ThoiuMun'a lua. Ultra ua m Call akaa tu of amjfa uiajurllul , lilk UK iioured forth liom Ihoae uioileru Clcvroea. lu anawir fur lh murder of John Sliupaou, ofC,..MlTI,e.u.,,. ifil boot, and other goula aullid U llm lo'd Jorlly of lt3 ever iMiny In 1878. It will tbluis lu our llu. auto in Algeuially lh caw where whlaky U lu the cxauilug court tu ihtirwhy laai. fcoulli lUIIIiiir lurk aavei ,.i eill u ur wa.ll. ji llii.i.i 11 1 .a l:iiul!iiau h0Jm ' or uiuJJy weallier. (ilv them a tall be aeen lhat Tl ompaun liada the ttckal iu Irluiar-Ciiuiii- uiil H, ',', Kl hl'llt.SXIN. itra.. 'Hit i.W 41. Jut waa oiaJa by Hall waa allowed an 1 kIvhi fur Mexk ami uiajuiily of i--, iraUein LaiJ, kjr. .1. ILAVAltllMNaVWOrV. thta coiiilry. - "- - J t 4 I allownl, aouieellaluibanoa) tkla week. tlrabaitai & .lienor jioiirmil. w(fnf(leii A 1'niiTraT In Homerarl, Kv ,l)rt Wlhtoth We are afraid (hat our new W. Webh, a farmer cltlren nf Commonwealth la making a Attorney 1.1.1 atari in the dutlaw nf lila nrnW, ami we llira 1e, a fine itinjrMee. aa ll Willi he di i peel rewret. Klml I'pilanra wiaiilng nleaj, near Pfln(r, Wag. hearted man thai Ire la, we fear that he na or eeeem.1 Itaml ltoek(iira,lwiMrill may let hh meiry gel away wllh lieajaidg. n I). P. Naah. It wHI be to Ihrfr advan- ment, ami alrow favnr law breakera, wh Ikiaaj !! or n nnrT rr ri le MILLINERY. lltidilornr Jt p rl'a. ee. CoIk Coiinly , Stock Farm ro3a s AwXs Ii'. 48C Acres Jlr !. M. D. ELMORE, kasi, It nW i(ln, !en Lowest Possible Margin ft al COAL GOAL J. Xft. & L JJa WARREN N 1. O. STOICK, )f MILLINERY '. at m:so.Aiir.i: Fruit Jars Fruit Jars Fruit Jars!! i'jucks! Wo have a good stock Jars, of all kinds r Commercial Hotel, and J. T. HARRIS, NEW GOODS i:r.it.i 1. 3X. Ware's, ' V STOCK, CROP. $!, Ir ,rinn ll III ..... ... nl rr iWI1!?'"113' iilj ia &m&7JMX.S& lo ual IVnounat JI A HUNTS. it are Wrifi-iMf- . thr fhnrrh IVim. ,n. 1,700 Acres Knob Land bread velveU for time dresses are 1" Thcro are now on exhibition in litis There was the queerest scene ut ono Slrtttfor.1. how .Id Hi., lift. Main H Sjrninorr. yard. It may ba Imagined f1- of tho churches last Sunday. Itseems city two eculinr elephants brought Tire retail pr tree tar pm.tttMH, Ar , are M hlttr slifr with lavish costliness these jurOHIO. TIME TABLE. that during the vacation tho rents had from tho mountains ol tho Malay peCINCINNATI, the stillness is not , hm.. ies arc. Hut . ...H.wifiifHF Sa:A.lT3?OI123, tir ips. Iicen newly varnished, nnd somehow ninsula, nbnut SOfl miles from Singn- - n-calla. . WW!! fV Hj lul'i Refitted Throughout, Will Arrommo- lttptfllsr.s, Crrfi,t, Htrtl .Hlnail In Cft IN EFFECT MARCH harsh. They arc very wildly They nro remnrkahlo for their ttmt, 8th, 1880. V Mral . MOD In the varnih wni not right, as it was pore. mtnir. Kf , m ih wntfT ! Untili Vrtk November r,18S0. ble, nnd rich !ynnd conception dalo ,uu uncsw. Frlihy Morning, Altfttt t,1wfrf Inwifi.nrt, with trwli t.n.1 tw -- .... I .HtssA- - llpr. tcrrihlo sticky. You know when you small size, licing respectively 28 nnd natttr rmtnlr rwii ntur.ttlitOlf'it It nratm net well ni design. Tho figurei IIHHt WMtatr. . ...IV fabric as THAIM N01lTllnm'NP. pull anything oil of sticky varnish 30 inches tall; nnd for being covered oaw i.vv. A Spl'mllil JsAciit.nn for Raw Mill (two a-- sja - . trtt.oo it Mr aro large say magnolia blossoms and VAsinnx i.KTTV.n. ..We 1..T Fi.f Ka. i Well, the audience with n thick coal el bristly hair or all, 7 fca. UrM ... MSB Vrartf.- that it cracks. ami 8tv Bavin Mall , u.it interspersed with J. 0LEKK9 1 John I). Gsim-ll- r, Omi, r Irlihrolitom . . 0. E. Allen leaves, tie rm Mtt l it 11 Tun ninuMti t t nnrp)i.. had nil got sealed, when tho minister wool. They aro supposed to bo from eioal.earar..- - mai eal. f.lrra Arrwm'n I IX SSX 1 and J. M.Uooper, Late or Stanford, h.y. 1 uilhr laformithrii tot TatnarMllM.r Ironical fruits in triplets or piirs. 4 fffatw (ItKlttTiAnf I nnd as five to seven years old. In size they "You'll excuse mo If I go lichlnJ These figures aro of velvet, cut and got up to give out tho hymn, ".IiMm A, W 'AHIKTril. .k7 (..... iiMm M. BnEITENMACH, Propr. ."11-ftlltar'ffr- tho bacmcnt of his trousers let loose resemble the extinct elephants of Malta 7 tho screen, my tlcsr; I'vo got to unlUWon., i it Haft!, Haaf si Jra. -- 4 . ItnrM,thMrrl uncut, and In the darkest sltstlcs ol rMlvnn.1 of the varnish of his chair thcro was nnd in covering thoo of Siberia. larj. lew n M IHrtrrr..... ItMlte draw now for the itagc." la ii (wmhrrtanl blue, maroon and bronze -plum, navy Hell IK OB- Il 41 tho wall Their woolly coat Is attributed to tho ra. Mat Harnalda.. . .. The speaker was an actress, on whom green, on delicately tinted satin noiso like killing a fly on .. ... III ier .lljttT Wtat. rr.1... - . fnmrrat with a palmleaf fan. Tho minister circumstance that they live high upon Ffcr,tM ... " Ianaan at I . ... ...M II calling in her drcsing-rooK Wbrat,alU M. Ml.le.fT ground, harmonizing but not contrastISS -. .tl.H looked around at tho chair to see If ho the mountains where the climate is 11,7- -. I t " SJS.M ..fl1tWIS Salt. struck meat lUnillli JnnrtltMi ft . the theatre. It nt once " IU with the color of tho figures. For . .. Brewa Rafir.JltM ing iKiatUla. 1 aM. . all Whlla Suiar ...l(fcjIIX ICOOT Ilarrelilt JaMtlaai 4 1 JJ " trance that she iliiliketl to strip her initance maroon figures aro thrown was all present, and that no guilty cold. Tho species appear to x II latin HiMca 1 - t " SSI " unknown to naturalists, this pair MrnnlaaflTla. 1S1 " self before me, n woman, while she up on n delicaio pin grounu, navy man's pants had escaped, nnd read the but rfnrlii iin'f. S II " TM t. tlit Ilea I . M IU. vn,fcr .1 .1 hfiiiii. The choir roso with n sound licing tho first that havo survived the ItatvaWaUaft- - -- . . .. was bikiuv lo oipniay iitinrir ... lltrfttaan III" 111 1rtl7 blue on water blue, bronzo green on H Her,rU.I Wllllamatawsl ...... III " 111" the heated low coun- Url.... Walton. SSI tame conilition lieforo more than a palo tilleul, and plum on the palest of revelry, and after tho tenor had passage through til " YaL rfl. . JKOMo Whl. wklla. .. 9t " s 1ST Clarlanatl iz. ...4V .tflfe . we evn lUS. swallowed a lozengo and the bass had try to tho coast and tho subsequent Rfa.-.- .. thousand jcroni ol both text. I shade of mauve. Such fabrics as S9e tlallar. ..W TRAINS SUUTIMMIUNn. coughed up a piece of the frog nnd the journey by sea. They aro described liko that to her, and said something .. . IBe eWfco... -1- S41IM Eoi -theso would be degraded by trimmings I I DSL I ! LM HVE KS.X alio had hemmed and the soprano had as playful and harmless, nnd they II.J- SlSflSIS Sail, ho replied aj follows: llall H.ll STATIONS. or elaborately loojwil draperies. They shook Safe Kltaj and Unt Care. stretched out Watte orr 1WI11H Brown (ucr 31S Winter's t:.taa Artata'a out her polanaiso to see if tho keep their little trunks "It's all n matter of mage. I'm require tho plainest kind of n makeNTAXrOKI), KY., thrmsrtw IV fHja AT.tw fVf They lovo A Vclahla vVrfMrabon artet lh nmlr anr varnish showed on tho south side, the to strangers to bo petted. (iMlaa.ll I . . I U tail 4lria on the itago in going out thcro . II " I fia rtfmr4y In tha wwdi HlUnsry Hriihl'i UlsMor, cm ecu imtrtTouT. . H'.Iimi up, with the finest of silk or satin sUrr( aM S ' .terlra1nnl A l.l. ...... audience liegan to rise. One or two lo bo scratched on the under side of Ullllara,leaa tights, hip high, and sha'nt HAS HAD 10 YEARS EXPERIENCE . I riaar iiifaf. el linings, nnd no decoration whatever. ((Mtrrrtaaa m 11 nnd they deacons got up first, with sounds liko tho trunk close to tho mouth, t irnioinsT, fount -- iut.j. h. fux. r- Hut in the street, think of blushing. l.lniltat I ........ ...... II it " t II " tUbtMMiainaBia. -. , Dresses of these brocades are frequenthuimit moraine iim mem. 11 1 lor. II It ra' T ivn MI'holM.III. iimrsrie-s- rsHijuswfsrnt' lOwsrnTWff I In the Imilneu, irl Arte eaaltlrnl that lia Mi.. I IS II U I'd scream if the wind blew my skirls ly mado up on the other sido of the picket firing in tho distanco on tho hold their trunks curled back over Vnitt Mrvitno Thiir.ar Mint, eun-U- r tvhml Illlh Mln I nraMi iharnra nf litlshl'a an.l thathrt a. m. J. tt. rttvJL MunrrlnunelMil. aror IIUrlr 1m I ll.,rn.l.lHiigJabrl,iil I II IT their brads ns long as nny one scratch it for Wurner'a $tmtm UMat and it . SS dlMHs., rail 1n " eve of battle, nnd then a few more got half wny up to my knees, Wttman'i MlMtonarr rWletf wtti her on lh1. Ixatllle .. , no SATISl'AHiOV.' una, sMtrrCMrtv ocean in what arc called ortlstic laafllla Jaiwllea S...- - I II es them, l.iko elephants ol larger Pumlar In nrh month, at s o' k. JUt. T. T. CAX (II VK ITI11K Iu wouldn't be aflectalion, cither. You up, nnd the rattling of tho unyieldWARNER'S SAFE DITTEflS. ... i'aTlfM, I7.W1i.lffl.. MiKlaaT styles; but such styles aro never worn Iiaagaaa (rKaa.M. 1 ItUthaitlllsHrHnrrva'1i,tlnll ami healthful artion. J. M. Unci, Pailor. tvrilrw think that's queer. Now just see in the streets, are not what may lo ing varnish sounded as though tho fight growth, they keep up a swaying mo IJArTMT-I- Ur aTtrr fanrtlon ta moradtaaaat-a-. . Sl KoMTWImmm. ano U Ihua a tnnni in all " XJ on I1.I.I Karaite... . tion, either sideways or forward and Bight, fffoiM ana rvurti. rwiwajmoraitifalWr don't you ? ami Wk t lili AU. KIHMOr It rvraatis?rairMlMa j here. You go to balls, was becoming more animated, nnd Carat-rtla... SIT " I IT lrT MfMli. ttrtf fln.tar ami iHmusi, . tnduJiUtt C nrtrw, called fashionable, aro intended only I bltwaj.1 III visitor lets ono noun. HunJir Pcttou! al ITM a. m. 11. I. Harrow, When a fj,ane1iMhrr-then the whole nudience got on its backward. nnd jou wear corsages so low on such N, Itarlaanj 5af')M... U tys,sMl. rftknawa iflK Htv for private parties, and nro never AND MEN'S WORK DONE,1 S " . fia.UlMill.n. MatHrs.rprml lirMI t in ron Titration T LADIES' feet at ouco with a sound of rattling of tho little fellows take his hand he "IIinKTIAV occasions that you don't tlare to stoop, Ilia lly.atc sirvruralbrtltaaisirniUfrs).tonw. - te s Ib'ta employed by women of good taste to U. J.sa. Halloa Atj anqMalel aa an apftiar rialar !. le Air 1taH.,MMi delicately curls his proboscis nround onJ nj Lsonl'a Third rmthfnc hj I Phb.Ijt ttrhwl forward, for tvnn aM or droop your shoulders lkuiM0f two. UN i tlif tint ana notoriety. musketry. Tho choir snng, "Hold attract attention or win Jw. hfranf, lurrii murai. WARNCRS SAFE NERVINE Mnl .l.tkHM. the Fort." When the orchestra had it and carries It gently to his mouth. at tear you'll spill yourself out of your to thaaalTtlfe. Qatrklr sitTM MM anil ftls Wit Til -- He? I l. MrR-- 1 Reralrlns NmUi- hbJ Promptli- Die. l)KhMUTr.KlAN. Tho revival of historic nnd classical (I) Oaanl. allbj ell Jl.ftlUl IIivm he Ibe mrM llMtilrh and .rlalaa, rvy. ut..lir School alfrW Jahn W (klianl. allb Low. corset. Yet you don't feel immodest, concluded tho people sat down ginger Then he trumpets his satisfaclion. p1rheil. Prirca trra N.lb, fa.l enj rl li(I)kraliM.r Utter I., I'. ltor t llrtftlla.aiul I originated nmong poets nnd artent, Hutrtntfrl?iit Union Prater llMllfif n luklia. styles dnakt artr L.eeeKl ILlla. trwtie broofkicm Scientific American. because you're only doing what other wnra mnahka,and(4iirr nNacaaar nignia. V. flta-- il laaimt. alikM W a II. ef K M ll.irujall I Indoor ly, tho services were short nnd all tists, who confined them to itiwotfut &a II la la al rain ainl asolha bei( (SI Ceaanl. alth .11 dl.nilrf Han a Praeh. TOnURYTERIAN.XORTII tarbM Marr. II nrr njarja iba. ijH-reputable ladies do. Hut would you and social occasions. The i lea, being went home praying for tho man that vta1.lalbeh.mlll, wbaibMUstrnlnamallelariTadneW-.Ihliilii nfthr Sign )." X ! fon rVroDil anj toutlh Pttfwaja, ntofattng Tt.le. I aaj t I.Ve dlaar. al lianiaa, ae-- l Irala DolUatoriwaalaaa I'cck's Sun. think of going out by daj light so reaction from lameness and monoto- paiuted the seats. I l.braSarprr el lUKlaotd, eajll.la t lraktaat "What is the origin of tho sign $" antl off at. WADNER'S SAFE FILLS a el llnrk.ia. a a IVf such nude as that t The mcro idea ol Ar an lainiadiata a4 anlra ailmataa lbrautkllkrtaNMlb, Kaalk. Tail .nJ Wnl ny, struck n vein which has led lo a fryU Un fitra CNtimsjo, A lion tamer in a menageno at San for the American dollar?" was the -- be ale el H...1 f:? S3. A Fi...'C!.si rilall M.lU. a. IIm. ! n thing shocks you." MaUrta, ? rsMft. great deal of outlandish lolly in drew. Francisco gavo n Clironide reporter question propounded nt a London din "ileal. tkwi'aiI. aaa l(a. antl aboutj SAaiuwonpWAnP, Yes. the actres was right. There Siarwrlalrtalrai. lMjttr4 whaHsr iba The artistic dress seen at private par- soma cruel facts about the training of ner not long ago. The A menenn con 1.C0I Cash Prizes and 1,410 Property NwU io nH ifrai is a great deal in usage. Not so many rrfwlarly trrrtf and- fsj ties, and which is ndmirably suited to beasts. He raid there was real dan sul did not know, neither did nny one Ttwoblr Ivmorrallr 1 Unit ratal St!arT IH- Prizes Amounting to I3G9.850. a smsW nu:o.Mr.x.si:i naaiiwkl. W BTsj wfU (until ltihf.1. will years ago, evening dresses were cut A sent i tho velvet brocades, is simply a demi-traine- d gcr in the business. wanlxl Ho had seen two cite. Au extensive research resulted in end of raMpaUn) fur Sit Tale Drawlaealll late H" el l.nnla-- . Illr, luvfiiVMH sF ifLsSSSsl SmM straight across the corsage, leaving ITllalalsTalssVssSsH without overskirt, and men killed, nnd was badly bitten once this theory: "The American dollar is inTr;iown iviMMrtniitrQii ifrnmmi4 SI. lao. aml.ff aiitboellr !aS a M 11.. skirt MilDlsonorCrrnla In iwwtart atanna ftr il l will t .t.lAtl.llh.KnliM7 Irtl.l.lur. the shoulders bare from the tops down- with a surplice waist and and Copt ami IlluMrai. ftUsevue H.H.WarKr&Cc, j L himself: but he charged these mishaps taken from the Spanish dollar, ttnt wren mr ai Am. res, rnii iMit uikibh1 atvj.r lkatul.i'rulrou( IK. I juialal dl.la. r the Ael ward, while n short section of the upUrratl laail.oiir lag O 15 IV J MffTl. MW 1 utt. X. T. ton sleeves. Sometimes an artistic to carelessness and too much mercy. the sign is to bo found, of course, in fi0CHE3T.CK. lion lUUrl MalMr, late M t ci OIJb.ru fa. 11AILROAD LINE, (at ol Ibe I. M - Be it ITW.nlLlil.l laran.ltle aSaa--. per arms wascotrctl by rudimentary dress consists ot n spirited and exact a. t. i.e. M BI.ISlS.ri, w. ItatVl 1.0 IIIHI II n ist sassjj up isjpt.sstusf "aM- - " "You learn to tell," ho explained, the association of the Spanish dollars. ! .Allofswy llsBssssssssssssEssl sltevcs. Women in thotedays would llfnrrilaT, Jr. lat ruaTTallnt X H tDBlUO. TRAINS (IOIMINUIITII. On the reverse side of a Spanish dol sl. IahIiiI Ulll fHirl an.1 lr copy of sonic historic character whoso "what kind of a temper tho beasts arc ggattLiix-- i A W inalon, of l have felt too naked without thoso litIhaUw arraitl A J portrait has been painted by amlyke, in, and conduct yourself accordingly, lar is a representation of the Pillars of IauUtI, lull Aaait I, IIM. tle sleeves, though displaying the Heynolds, or I.cly. Tho beauty of LisTX?rpmzEs. It ain't hnrd to dodgo them. If they Hercules, and round each pillow is a Le ItltaaHMkl whole breadth of their bosom without ..,U0H en scroll with the inscription, "plus ultra. such costumes depends not only on an spring straight at you, all you've got laacaalM. Tli Ulllnril llntrl with nil l llll " IN EiriXT MAY SOth. ISW. Sinco then, fashion has shiftileal " shame. . tttrnllnrr nnl IMtiirra. lli.WU exact imitation, but in catching the to do is to jump a little one side, and This device in the courso of time has " OakHtrkarO.... HM via Oaa Iteat.iriuw on Urrea irri. . Ift.ww The Uttmh Mrrt Ooa llw.Mfr.ca do ed the surface of exposure. into the sign whict spirits of the original wearer. Need if they jump high for your throat you degenerated ULW lo C.11C.11111.U " Minima ... -- :v- Z1ZIIS Two I a.U I'rtara, wh $ IS. sleeves aro gono entirely, leaving the IU To(uhl'ii,rwli tt.oo. imariiia ,NKtH.. stands at present for American as well , (two I say that a fat damsel can't for in " Mllik.lhUrs- .em. ilieres never more Klrt a.h Wiara. tarh II.CMW II. WITH ONLY TWO STOr, M 1..VW ,. 1 lta arms Imro to the shoulder tops, but stance, make herself look like tho dire under maia, rab M . lbaraai.. ... scroll lie ft.ono " than one goes for you at a time, and as Spanish dollars "8." The HfiTlMl. lrtf.fal. iw ll.T.a. III less wiJth cover the 4M .iai straps of more or Ont hundrrti 1 ah rrlirarlt t Af.l'baaon JaaclteB sentimental Huguenot that don't occur often. Tho wild ones around the pillows represents the two slim and (la.lBB.tl J eat'le. u la,a ttr bundrl laah lrti,ajrh - Jw sides of the bosom, and without these .. I,ni OoafVtoriur lurwilura- Ualnlll.,. by Juno to destroy Her, sweetheart. m are better and sater. This is because serpents sent UnaHna Plan IB the women of today would feel indeMlcar Tra M -- .. Conclis ColiK Sons Throat, Hron thta lUnUauiua lkwrtssHi WbUajr, IIOUTK." TIIK "BLl M0I1K OUl THINGS THAN NEW OSES a lion used lo a c.igo and to being pok cules in his cradle. TRAINS IllllMI MIUT1I. ll.KO 4iHji)tra.hl . cent. Tli is Winter the openings will Are just at present worn on the fashion.... . 10 IUalUt'haMtt(M' chltis Astlimn, Consumption, fl Wo liko cd nnd teased is less afraid of you. I'd Dmvtso Away Hats. VJO l.l Ml, fitkOlath pTtssia,Mwb ltd All TlintlTi.J AJ bo generally square or heart shaped, IaHj W . .. IOO lioira 1 1st tm UJHV Aaiatll, tWO. able promenades of this city. Tew sooner hnndlo ten lions just from the the following suggestions of tho &101 ,Oi Pal as la OaariAUa UotUoa (jt family I'ao. - 41 tVual U Mkf at) IV.im KesWrlaowl". but always extending as low in front . -Ik.&r I B .' i ", I0 L. t.rJ- care to make up costly materials iti a jungtes than one that's used to the iijte American, concerning theso vermin TUck UutJr, Oil Kr, aa-- i ot miMsn T.U, rjnrttJlliH SjOlaaU llataaa Umlr .ru 1 a.WMi's thU-- ., Oabimaard Ill tas know as (he conformation of the wearer will phnlcUn.U btstMy mwissnJ! toowr Ar. llilasataa.M. m- new style, which may not prove pop public. tbcta.kstJ When I first go into a cage that occasionally overrun the farm XtftWiisH. Pnt. aVf aniii ! tsr tatvasr" yn ' . l. .aarlrra, i. Ilaltra, nkalcTIrltt, Lf A. WAIUHI'K.ta l permit. The only change from last ular, or havo the desired knacky look 7S0aw I Lt Ixlat(i IMl ;xpn Ar.. laivra.lM.MW . r IUra-aatit mImU L. of untamed ones I'd have n fire near buildings, eating the contents of the lsJ4or very ty4tt. Il tawwU invwn ll) IlsauerkiuiU astwttl waalasl al all Iwisurlant luJata. Is Ir1a toaaia S3T prOfssMlfMllbftllUsU KW KIM KIHWUIII w. season is that in raauy cases there will rjs.t4Mi nift for anj Vr llrkHa Ar CjatUliBsj. I 41 ant iisSm tiiiHN Fwr ttnuUri gtNf hall tefiwmatlaa a month hence. A' few fresh hand by, with three or four iron rods in it cellars and craineries: To clean them Swsj Tbnwt, VTMk I'rwuti,. tuM, lalltMWBa, ItiustrMiit, - a.Mrpa W C laI aisto tJuoaiuatXluo, U Ibo &o ,11 Mam I WIIUH llatyjl, LmI Ar tkflaum 1UM,MA IMIsA K VAUH nt the t.lllN, bo a corresponding liare spot swkfil vill, XT ,ar . njui l uivi'in. itouawnrr. nw kerchief suits aro seen in tho streets of red hot. If the beasts go for me, the out make whitewash yellow with cop VsMd u a If K KHAUK and APrKTI3.KR, rtMAUt ls UhSJ If IkntlU fcr. UttW lUli. UMlt, 4otpmtty Women with weak lungs and back. 4ltblfl fcHltSJ fjf31llf ttf U..,.llla at 4 Mr. M T Urt-rtTnl. Imih cWm Del Tnallsrirl la tia tira. itvl will ha ran br tbt cashmero and flsunel, but hardly any men stand ready to h the irons in peras, and cover tho stones and rafters IsfMkordUliuid.lft irttssta tsjoo, acbf ill aa4 alnrauta It thl7. rtnens.") I'rHtat Ireilas UilesuxiISTal.j. TkaiJ.t IMS Hn unJrlsiMl MntUlt U ra.lf ta la tranCrrTiJ ta l. .. M strong apprehensions used to clap 1 al .I blu. thalurkj wlnnar. Ts.anWH- art Invitl U Maf I'.rl, Jaawfeo au.alBM.1 new silks, brocades, daniawes or In their mouths and ruako 'em let go.1 in the cellar with it. fo In every crev AU O A bT uMiietf hlHr In- X wtlb ma, aa.i ar ma rteijr tmr iaiM'N. ell Htl llb olbacks when porous plasters on their sMboti7tpatmTpnarmi (Ut ssod KMianANTS, TAKE NOTICE ! aa H.r.TlHe liima. W V. U Willi. dia camel's, hair. A great many blue He scouted the idea that lions could bo ice iu which a rat may tread put the bUmoI ifTULUIUXKAlHVK,"hrM 4IJ going to a ball, as a preventive of 7VirUUaftr rn a OU kUNUIvN t hTAMP mnsI U4IW flannel and serge suits are teen made governed except by fear, excited by crystals of copperas, and scatter tho 3 PASSENGER TRAINS DAILY! UiVUHUKstsUAUTn. AMiIcmjo. taking cold in front; but the new in plain Quakerish style. lied is the 200 MUm ShortMt U M 121 U4IM fttrvrt, nirr.vEtj i.exisuto.s anih-isiixnainhuman treatment. He tried never same in the corners of the floor. Tho style of tlcvollctle will prevent that favorite color for brightening these Oalf rvl raaalef a l.(atSnl ik III TlMtiKktiUttf a..Irtit Wtr thtin Vj to err on the side of gentleness, and result will be a perfect stampede of fsr-Aisr"Al, yor Pniffltlfor 111 wd.rnMti. UUUt. kind of precaution. irAsjk jour lirsmr Wis. r.i..ici: iiitAtiiMi kooji cum or askiNrllaMMfrll! suits when worn by girls. Mature had recently killed a lion by striking rats and mice. Kvery spring a coat III IsriklUrta. qblCKEST, CIIK.irE.ST AMI IIEST Tin: sn.vto.Ns novei.tv TaClaHaaatl t'a.a. leal Ja Satsrllbla. Kat women prefer to lighten the somber it a little too hard on the head of the yellow wash is given the cellar CUM nil (Vml4 or HRKIOIiTN, OIKK laa.llaa,r.Ual;, I'lralr alMHaM, m.(lMtea.il- IUn.1IrUu4bU U MlMunri. Kibmi, IlllDola. In this direction, however, is a high' eflect with tassels, pipings, linings WtNfc. MftTUlllA UaaaJr I a. I Uaa Jnu'l Uaa aalll as a purifier and rat exterminator. Ihvllaat. Iwst, NLnkl.ft.(4rs.JL Ailtaiuu. ltlpTkbfUlaMIHaaIJttrla.," necked dress that discloses more of u.l. The druggist's apprentice during and no typhoid, dyientery or fever Ily chs.no U fhif M. ImIm and hoods sf blue silk, or striped blue rls.sWwilsts.WtttTkkUUlWNMth, kB 1 the bosom than was over before made and ecru, or singlo cream colored volubla Ida master's nlwneo 10 Hours Quickest at, CUura!, ftisj Ewlcraat 1UU U llorMa. At attacks the family. How cn that bo T Oh, easy public. 05 Miles Shortest ! ltDsiu, iriM.r fr.jn-- VmM.t r. iimis JTIcktl Act.. ()!. trimmings. It is common to to the customer. Said tho apprenOr F J. Artmomt. UwUtllM Kf. & enouch. bv the uso of network. The sec tho bottoms of tho skirts finished tice, half in soliloquy and half in It is evident, from a contribution to LINK TO example has been set by the fushionn-li- e with nothing but a three-inchem narrative, "Tho drug business is ter- the llahtiit Ttachcr, that talking su THE WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS tTTJX-T- T dressers ot tho Metropolitan stage, . Tho old perintendentsare not all cured: "I was ide belts of rific. Thoso porus plasters. and several tucks. In tlrBluln. Ami All Simtaa.l.tJ N rhl.U) and other women will, I suppose, fol- blue or cream while canvas, or sad- - man bos a national reputation for in a school a few weeks since," says the VIA MAYSVILLE "CUT-OFF.- " low the stjle. Kllie Wilton, who llo writer, "in a general exercise, and the NEAR DEPOT, - STANFORD, KY. girthing, fastened with leather them. He makes 'em out of old FirorMe TtrL.I. la all Sutaaiar ItceutU al ! came back from California last jear throngs and buckles, aro numerous. and glue cuts up tho sun- - superiutendent was oue of the talk Itatra. Aifljr leNrphra A nam, laalnstoa, III See la I'lHialt II.UI aid Ir-J- t. FASSIJIUEU TRAINS RUN AN1I COX NUT with a big treasury, is not n good the glue; and ers." He talked between every verse ol are seen bonnets nnd smears on Whole troops of school-girl- s AS IOLUIHS. JAB. IL LI.DVAHD. HtUux s nil Haiwrtal.ndrot. Karlnt urthaaf4 Itaaturlt an4 giJwHI of J, nclre,--, but she easily In soma cases tho when you get one of his plasters on tho song, beforo and after reading the thus caparisoned. a (rrat N. lutla, aiKlrrlrtilhsl iha alutk with Na.Si:i-Mai- l, No. I (lUIIKlE OOLFUAN. show wf of her rivals. Her toilets never WESTWARD, 1 i.T.llas Faatraarr AgeDl. skirts nro made without gores, hut your back it is there fur life. There's lessou, before and after prayer, before (AT THE OLD STAND UF BASH A DENNHU tsuleijr raaas JAllK-tt.HNHT. nny taking, but are nlways new, rich gathered aud shirred all around below a man comes in hero roost every day to and after every address sandwiching (.lrtal I'aaarliftr Anl. laare RI.bbhiiiJ ..... 00 a ta It Utiu Sho was in the cast of nndstvliih. M live (larUanat tile .. . swear at the old man because he put in his little nothings, which he seemed I the belt at the waist. Jl 10 p ra S lie M . m " II lie the new play at the Park Theatre on on one of our plasters for a lamo back to think very wise and finally, duMauatBn....w ... IDiia A Vlfmrt. .. 7 41 . ai " Wlillaauaa'a..... I J p al AND DEALEK IN Wedimday night, and wore four Uil a la " W kite Sulfaar J l f Ml I "A "hired man" who has been em- in 1813, time 'of tho Mexicau war, ring one of the addresses, he broke in . w 11 I! a a. " lllatua.. 'St IS stMinalljr laglrt ua t trial, VInvllalliai-i.lHferoit costumes each a marvel of ployed on a farm in this county for aud ns he couldn't get it off, the to the address to warn tho children of S Ua iu 4 II ... ra " 1iU.ta. and tha brat THE I bet) guul baryalna oJ wefroiulaa JOURNAL INTERIOR a. HttallBftuB . .... Ma m . I fiuuda. cost and tajtc. Tho finest of these il several months entered suit against skin grew over it liko tho bark of a Inattention, which so disturbed the IViruuiwaik lat'r)- -. -- . r. . .. r. m. " M. 1,111. lustratcd the device which I have bis employer the other day for bal- tree, you know. That plaster has speaker that he forgot what ho was " Uo.laa.tl ICUCmOIKS, Groceries, Confectioneriei. Fruiti, .!... . A. M. Tho corsage extended to mentioned. ance of wages, amounting as he claim- worked further and further iu until trying to say." Nu. I NalllMtee KlcbiaaeJ d.ll; e.r.4 Kaa Meat i( Flour, Heal, Hati, Capi, her throat, but the front of it was n ed to $32. This suit was on trial in now its gone to his lungs, aud it pulls d.r. fur llaaltaflea, laBBrri. tlaarlr el l.anlwb. A custom in tho Oakland, (Iy.,) SPRING AND FARM WAGONS. .tfle far .Bcklrt.ra'. network made of narrow velvet bands, Boots. Shoes, Clothing:, Tobaccos, Irftala MlJI.aJ Mall Iraki Wukle.toa laaanl. Justice Alley, and it looked at first at his left lung in a way to set him Seminary requires the Professors to ikMMlr el UofilaB.illla wtlkNe. 1 ar llabllafiaa, nugles, crossing one another at right ltb Caelr Or frooiWaaktOitaa leV ktle aelakar. Cigars, Canned Goods, Tabs, Buckas if tho plaintifl had a clear case. crazy, tie is a very remarkable client- - give 81 apiece every Christmas to buy . 3 S'arireaa ruB. d.llr aa4 roaaert. al like tho bars in a cell, and showing IIo cave dales and figures in a ist the old man. I do believe he refreshments for the boys. List llk SleeMrr. fur lttaiaalk. Mara. lluallattwa ets, Sundries, Kotlons, &c, fcc. jear REPAIRING & PAINTING lllkteaj ClarlBuall. l1aBBert.ckja.lf alllunlwiia. the white, imprisoned flesh between. straightforward way, and seemed a could make paregoric out of umbrel- Professor Atkiuson refused to contrib illla kr Lyackburc Irgtala Mldt.ad E.re. frora Waiklaglaa IK INK ON fcllOUT NOTIl'C AND down than These openings ran further AlllloJioriUrtrr will U Uko In xrban(t wltb Na. S lar verr honest young man. Wheii the las, and boil down an illustrated ute. the students visited mm in a hr KuuiJa. . Itvbi WaafalDlVuk wllb rallaiaa m wftlatMskMuronaUnllr on lilliJ a lane lot the most audacious woman would dare farmer took tho stand he said: weekly paper into attar of roses. He body, expostulated with him, aud fin t. Mkile8ali.bur. Xtuunoi atl (Irwo Lunitwr, an J iba Uat ( inisT Mnclala Mldl.Bd Ki4m frau ItaB.llte aa4 lo expnte herself in tho ordinary manMljiSblMU LWaie I f arkkuri cuaBcct. clwa.lv el CbelWllreitlle wltb "I claim nu oflict for 832. No man has tho blamedest ingenuity. You ally threatened vengeauce; but he Na. I k OtullBU.il. FUr.CHA.E2 AND ner. Tho (fleet was at first both puz- need sue for what I honestly owe." FREQUEKT wouldn't believe" TEHIIUNE & VANARSDALL would not be moved. Then thoy car "lu. A Irreiiii la.e llirhaiuajtl.ltf.eicrl zling and startling. Ada Itehan, the I WARRANT ALL NEW WORK guuilar, ats.10 . id. ead enlfte at ierdiu.it!le "What is your oifset t" asked the 410 Anthony: "You all do know this ried him to n cold pond nud ducked J. C II VIH, ttaltawaa. all lli.m. reiguiug beauty at Daly's Theatre, lawyer. No. Jl MUr.llarreCkuUltr.Tllledallrl. Look I in this placo ran Cas him. The Professor left the State, mantle. rot twKLVK vesnii asi rail Suoilay, et I 20p. iu en arlll.l al lrglale also wears such n dress. In oue sccno "He is an unbeliever." MkllaoJ Mall Tram lanvllla aaj l.;BCbkura. eail sius' dagger through; seo what a rent but now he has returned and sued his arrive, el Wtlllauiaun'. el I. IS a. ru. OUA11A.NTEH of the play nuw running there, she is full UATIUPACTION "In what." ftlreiilna; C'Nra on Na. S froui RicbiaoDj la Through tormentors' parents for 85.000 dama the envious Casca made. Now as Complete as any Printcalled upon to lie uneasily upon a sofa bileulkur. uoNu.1 from Mblte bulharla "Why in tho HiMe." ges. d Hrutus stabbed." IIUBtlDSlOB. this tho now on her back, now on her side, ing Establishment Outside "What has that to do with your Urutus (aside): "lie's u liar by the Dr.Cochrau of Louisville was awakN iNa. I and now half sliding oil and these, owing him 832? VKI'.V U)lVrlcee lurn watch. That's tho holo great C:c3ar ened in the night by a violent ring at (llieuieaeall lll.AI.KIUI IN- raua Miil of the Large Cities, contortions cause n temjicstuousness )lll"IPII(IKINIl llaljr. Duu'l fall "It had a heap to do with il; I had used to put his head through, and the the bell, and when ho opened tho 4 in. tu tastre ues trial. UarirtDclao.ll(srrJ. liehind the velvet lattice that is se- six hands in my employ, and wo were 10 ta M.r.illle ia d tailor stab- door a man fell in. The symptoms of Its-lj-r M Groceries, ..- -. s so a ui luruiuautb " tho reader to rushiog thiugs when I hired this man. holo the ii. r. iumi. Staple & ductive indeed. I 4 W. la 10 00 a u llunllu.UxitC.AU.) bed when ho made ill" Anthony: tho prostrato and soon insensible call ... s 40 i la II 17 p ki lue (barlwluu w imagine tho spectacle of u ball-rooIIo hadn't been with us two d)s "And when ho plucked his cursed 4 II a in II? p a ' ItlutoB 1881. er indicated poisouiug, and it whs on ....... SaOaie T4lpu Vbltahulbur. full of belles, thus hodiced, danciug when they stopped the reaper in ste-eI Up Blllli ui Pricos for Work aro as Low " Mtual. l away, mark how the blood of ly by several hours of hard work that M Cb.rlullr.llla.... 40SpiaiUa la the wild racket wnllz. But there will tho middle uf tho forenoon to dispute Young People, ' (larilwaavllle. ...... I 00 p iu 4 00a ui CVsar followed ill" Hrutus (aside): his life was saved. "My wife is unas iu Cincinnati or such sight. Tho majority of about Daniel iu tho lion i den, and in " UUkbiMOj be no IW.wltllnn I no s u ill thing. That's red paint. faithful," he explained, "and PAIIHS, AN ILLHSTUAT1.DWI.KKI.Y-1- S our women are modest, and will not three days wo had a regular knock "It's Louisvillo I JVu. tl ImII Iutm llunlln.rtt.il ilallv. l KuutJaj. I saw a boy daub it on back of tho thought I wanted to die; but when I ls. No. 1 train trlu( llautliitiMi a tako an uubeccmiug advantage of thisJ down over to Boys and Oirls of from 6 to Ml! AT AND PROVISIONS. Ihe whalo swallowing Hturd7 llMvrrrit W Lli Hulibur fruiuiiua w. mlnjtes ago. I'm up felt I was dying I changed my tulnd, Salted ttuoilajr llll I a. w MuiMlajr. CobdmU tbmlT al 10 Years of Age. When not abused, it is Jonah. The mail who run tho mow scenes not two odd fashion. ilonJuiiafilUiur Waliln(tin wltbibalr Ckr miui First l'ieb.: aud wondered why I'd been such a to this littio game!" iimu a.uit.ur l svaibiuivD. Yuluiue 11 IfeiuujeDree Navnulcr 2J, ISM. innocently bowitcbiug and very pret- er got to arguing about Sampson, aud AIMI. Vlrilala llall fruuilisintlllsi s.n.1 l.iiAk. MWYL'tlVUUIl.tH, Oh, pitious spectacle!" Hrutus(atide) tool." burg ivuiMcia rlWIjr tl Uurvlviutllla Hb S.l ty. Moreover, it is a godscud to thoso drovo over a stump and damaged tho dr UUliiuoiiil, CATAIM1UW, CIUCULA1M, Oh, pitious spectaclo your grand A. Ft. Jolm Mulhern, a voung man ot .0V IS TIIK TIMK TO .SUIISCIIIIIK. FISH. OYSTERS AND GAME scant of flesh over their machiiio to tho tunoof 818, and the who are too lu. 4 Kiiirtiii. C. laiL dally, V V. U Ktiur ami du at lsfrallailuiialltl4.. I1MTI.KS, NOTCH, World. Monroe, Michigan, bent on fun at rWMlltAXIWEH, mother's gray cat. llunilPiftoii lotfJbiirti with ho. 4 Klreaa, whUh bones, and to whom ordinary dcculltUe very next day my lwy broke his leg rn na (Jail lu ItUbuwud, Umnrtii tbswlr al I bar WltLln itnr tt Ha fitat CllUtlf, UAIlim, TAU8, KNVKUIl'W, INTIIi:iltlUMlN. clW exiifco w cut to Young IWm tkMa4urcl a aniario. Ilari-tvris a tore trial. They may now halt while climbing a fence to hear nud see lwtlalll tut I vurhl.urif and lUntllls. IVmimu auug Aiuis. The common 8onielol lMJtim Siiavino Tin: iluMr-ll(iurdwiiail M ublu4UfO, wllb 1'ulU Ilia ivrtuJiaaU JmIkismI l.bTri.llllKAW.MITEllEAW.lllU.llt:AM, charaUuri a briilul couplo a night or sj4Jwt ol tbusa who liaia fwriyfriill Inroajrfa. lalbU uiaublM-iftirrvio hide their defect behind tho pliant a row which started out the Children defect of arms luir is made a Whit clurga I ha I'ajtff Sulfhur lo i, NTATKMKNTS, RtlEIITH, BUUIMhNAH. Hr wijaauu giria irvui iuiiiii m wnie W lien Aw. Arrum, sVfca(onlvi.tM dtlljr.tf ho got through irw(ia waasilr grating, and rest their souls fur once of Israel going through tho Ked Sea. of iu mauy cases by tho razor. two tlnce. a . u. and aril lrat In iha war ui cl'l tf. utidajr, al t al lilt biuwud Will ulao ilii all klmlH of wuik lu lite bUtwrUal akeuuva an4 ttlutr aliro rlesj, V WITNSCEIITIFICATUONIM, w. l buck ihotluhU boJ ill peace. llvaraaJlug luatti-r- . wilU sroltM au4 It watu't a week before my wife said liruutttes are pretty sure to havo this there were moro Nu. U3 Mlsril laua IftauuUa dillr. it liiaka lta tha aauia lima llluiirtiiluiui. Mini WtUHUNO INVITATIONS, Generally speaking, tho stjles for she than hit i;item could itand, 10 they alrltau4lDlluauct al ItirussjulMWllhllMi lu luural at- HduJir, nt ft Wa u, (Wurcti it (ImUlmlll did't believe Klijali was foil by tho hiriuto detect; aud with them it is, of III,. V al.lli... aeiaeanJiBj ....I S'SIBIIIUf neuivi I111B...LI..... tH4 (.......111.. .. I FUME1IALNOTICU4, full dress aro far within the lino of ravens, and lung mo if I didn't fiud course, inoro conspicuous mats wuu croistil hU Immli on hi breaat, and UauLvust)liolJ. TbUluiusrUut tlswlgu thay ru- - SADDLERY & HARNESS UixuutHUd wllb aliorduini bjMrglnl Mid. laud Utll frviii WaabUtuu.tud irrliM tl hUb Uil him ilently homo on ft barn Jesiur tat iirrvoul tiV uUnlng th iiri llrrarf -- incam.'. etilct propriety. Homo of tho v ai s ui. myself growiug weal oil Noah and blondes. I kuuw a fashionable belle can lu auJarlUlk UUnt.au lli4t lUlWu aball ro onKokt frun IIuuIIpkIom to Hr?lu litjbt auJlBawoutcolvra. a4r Isuliasuuta aw It t'OMTUJllM l'3lt CEltMIONIOWl shav tloor. . his flood. That's my ell.et, sir; aud who has her arms lathered and a ItulMajr drraaaa lo I b luwgrrirr or iuU. ami bo Duaton lu IllstiliteulUjwr. uuho. 4 (rww WbiuDulibur U Wo Can buitiid. A rcanoimuie ana uouuium correci iswulal aivriiaa. lu Iba ; ol iMisUUa. ul ho was worth anything I'd sue him ed from cud ta end by n barber once uVlltflu lur lUiTlckala, (bwlmlf., j j,; Is sViMiauJoiurruvvUva brocade, plain velvet, if 01 velvet V V. K. M, JOIINHTON.U Low nnd ExSho has followed that eitlmato of tho amount of taxea Ai'taClueliiuall.O. a mouth. fur a thousand dollars besides." (t)NWAV It. IHJVVAllK.ti. 1. AT A. and tho heaviest damages, aro being W. M.U. KUNN, Mn'fAbu.l, U titty jtercent. The T121IMH, ecution of Work. Tho Court reversed his decision for practice for several years, aud without paid by firmfra made up In u severely (Juakerlsli I XjI3STE. auy baa ellect. mo sum is nno ana amount ol roveuuo raUod by the gov llnrasspr'u hours. twenty-fou- r l'riilrt i'r.u!.l, firr I Ul the only variatiou from riir,ruaug manner, about smooth, aud there Is no indication of ernment througli taxation U a taut Thu Haptists ure looking up. They Fwur r.t.lit-aib- . A Call whon in neod of anything In ordinary street styles being in an AGENTS WANTED! 8300.000.000 ner Ytar. The amount MhhUNuiuUm the razor.- - Fashion Letter. WriMVl SWII1IIIIF( IMf HIM AURopuiriuKl Dona tMUllti I UllilUf lll la Nat tf . .. a 1UI !. elongation of the back bicaJths luto havo not been n denomination of great our lino will oonvinco you of ; Vu,M"- -' hh-- w ( raised by btate taxation Unt year wa w rwu t Noixtuoss to Dispatch. He wle in time and procure Dr. 851 703 310. il I..UU, MU;a, It imu a Ml IWi-M u clemltralu; but, us u rule, though worldly distinction, but uow thoy havo tho trutli of tho abovo. tOUTIIK KfcNTlt'KY IUITHT AKrillUANCK these garments huvo sleeves, they aro added lo their numbers a liapllst king. Hull's Cough Syrup, which always wwi iy iwiuia nimtj KullUiMa bbouw ittttaiMaoi LM. AuuUlWu, VIfUtj(tiUiMlu IJsi luLratu, t LtiatfUiU If you lisvett l u 11M gultl ktyle nf U r(HrtiiwrudHj( vbtitau ifuio nlll Bud ll la ar but lu 117 mit sMvrriiwisievui low ol corsage. Tho contrast between He U the King of Ceugo in Africa, cures Cough aud Colds, nnd prevents t Coroor of Malu und Iiucaator Bis., In svldnwa lb Ir lluwlUsra. r. it. Hi 1.1 ON, Jr., I'ruilrlur. H A. H. Yt.SHX, Hter., I'rlce 25 cents a hot-- , uocsis my uutr gin, yuu uro iiik in allliMi aud the white ikin will aud has just been converted and bap- - consumption tho rich cloth Mauagrr K7) Stanford, Kontuoky. ItlumiUlK, New .wk AJIi IIAItlllt btlo. laoukjiort. Union, (tie, IN. ..bun. Le exceedingly effective. Rome of the I zed bv luimerslon. ftlii) Jnlerior Journal. KY. HENREE HOUSE' FOR - it iti:n, pr.u rit. lirl ret. - u I...... L.A.WILLSON a, niioi: ilnt), ... ll i.. OiU.. ...... VSilB E3 ..... A. .E. .... .. llll" ... rl. !' I rliTa!rra brifi Willard Hotd Lottery fu ink m:nlii;s ui:i:kiw tmt NOTICES 4nl. r.ri.i Prftt timi:. nUf l,.. E& ---t CHANGE OP TIME. ltlglit Thro' "".?.' SURE CURE lUts)f ftPJ ll ... LU. ... .. - H ltt ., iI la.l.t l"rr !, ir'tla NUW rriat rr I'JIOI Txt. tf llrvfctrt, D. F. BASH, TERHUNE & .. tJ VANARSDALL 1880. ciiEsraeoi .. lp n 'p MANUFACTURER New Goods, Iib jAitniACi:.s, JOB DEPARTMENT, ix Tin: vi.ky mvm. mill Harhs&Iui.nelleY Fancy Harper's f s"; not Prices iu I. With iwwi n'Airo.,