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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 

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mi tittn»r«1. HmiI u* l« * . 
rTVERT FRIDAY MORTfTlfO 

Kllir am IK -I • ► mix  wir, I P ...I,. 

HILTON 4 0A1IPBT.LI.. rmpri.un. 
TCBMH-Tw* hollar, ^rlnr In Mthn 
MTJM OF ADVRHTIIUNQ. 

•Jmm Mm, ft, lata (.a AM I— •  ■■« . * |. 
ee i  "I '"s. 'i -a* in. n.-a l.itiKa- i "Isa. aia.iia. . 

&*££&^1&'11^-"Z';.Z: thr ««•" " r " •' «"""«■ " *l-ny ..r other- 
l*ri«»i "'*'' """ *nch intcr.-«l iiiayhc.hnwii for 
!hi" purl*. ., of iff. • linn his credilaiil y 
lar sa.ia*u h.^aa* ^ aSac A -Nu'j.iiat. tit the 

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Lincoln County Directory. (Mtheiaw*now*xi»trntr»i 

«etllciiiciii .if retail* .if d.xxxisnl prra. 



All art l.i mimiiiiI tin- law. „f evidence in 
thi-t '.mi in. hi wmlth. 
H». I. Jb 41 rm.ef.rii. m r  .r H rmi 

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Mere. No ,„*,.,„ -luill la, ilianuallh. .1 n- 
ii wiling, in any civil ertnn  * special 
|.n-,-.|,.,-. h, nkttoa • * his latere*! in 



THE NEWS. 



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Tin- 'IrwTcy nirfHumei.t iWl ahead, , h . ,,,,„. „ f n 
— I — t.. nearly NMH 

Yam ExaitTSl. haa arm n 
lelory telegrani to lavala Naiadcmi 

A Mil. a u kip. judge preeervca order 
in the court by exhibiting n 

Tin: Ibminc in P«r»iii -lill ...ntlntiae, 
with 2, Wat death, a day. 

Rraw.iKW hiM been ..bligi I lately to 
take what anlnl oomliirt he could "ut of 



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Mm M l.nckrv, 1 J I' •••»»•. 
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or lunati.-.   r ihe adnata 

lion of ll reuliun of v illa, or of ron- 

\'rtanr « of nul i»i»lr-. or of any nlrwr 
innlriim. nt m^iiml l,v the law V  hr at- 

Si. :i. N.-iili.r liu-lnnil nor wifr 
-hull l»- c.ni|» li'iit II, r ,.r airaiii-l nn h 
o|l»*r, or miHt riiinir any . ■.innuiiii.nti hi 
iitc.li- l.v ..ii-- l . lit.  -ll'. i . Purina' inurri- 
a n, wliilhir (iilli-l wliil |)mt nlnlinn 

• ul»iati^l..r»t'ii raanl- /'. .'.//..'. ,*..r, 

Tlmt in aiiii.n» wlirrv lln' nifi., ww «li«- 
'• . m hi M I | l imtirt or ih f. ml- 
may li-tify, or hi r hualnral 
Uil l« lb -lull IHlt la' |a t- 
niitiol Ui tmiifv. 



iTn »rv ttaHC 
. M.i - MaulkaT.. Jmtm 

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II Mill r. H,. .il, I l.rk ynarl»ll» Court .mat IIHlilv. 

W. I.. K.„..l,ra. flbcrll! 

VV. T Nl»„a»|a , Ivp«t  

Jaaw* f. Uiajra \-.~.r ' Kw. 4. So |«rly -hull hr- allow*.! f.. 

. . £fe **** ••   • »» -nr « - 

lion ..r afHkl ptaaaawbakj vih.-r.. tin- «ii- 
...nai. i ,...n .M btaaa; in m I. in ...il, i.TM |niiu I- .! i.r u;,.| iluuil., or un in- 
i/.,«ri. rl. i ..u-i I i M...aUi«in Mar-li. Jinn . * . . .. - 

..i Us-. i .. ....it i.;,.,. c " 11 . " r K" ir " ,:l " '* «rm*»»e of a 



V|... ml. r 
11 M .lain 



in t&Mahat. t.iurt of Lavy 
-41 M" iali» in Jnrar. 



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M— IMM INB n\ l»T»lT:  rnriiTt. 

N ttMWaa W. R. i H . ... N 
Si'ii-Iit in \.ieti.., S.,... ali*. Kiliri.in 
o. l Mar M MltUt •  I II IkHrab t l 

■ ... i..'.. 11 !- i an .v tad 

« • ' \ K Is i.. i . ...I I, 
• IS i »io iiAHi. -U Ih. i i n i. \\ Park.*. 
9.1MM mb) in Mar.^ J« «.K,t ' I 

la-- . ilar M lattialon - KoU Mlrwarl, *l 
raa.'Jnlav in Marrh, Jaa 

IknimI' -. , t'o 



rhilJ or rhiklnn of « I. .il-nI |a mm, or 

i« tho ■ .niiiiittw of nn • l- 't ..r liiuittii'. or 
I h the rxrrutor or aUniiiii'lrator of a rk- 
.ihhnI |a'r-.n, i.ri ;li«' |«rty i-lniiiiinc 
■ lajbj or atariaaaof a Oaaaaaaal p. rmo, 
\. i t in thf MpMraa] m«r«, rii? 

I-I. In M'liiMl* or -|.i i .| | i . . .-liiij.. 
v.iih I lav p« rutnr. mlniiiiinlrator. irnnr- 



aaaaMiaaiaaaNi a^uia 1 kxjii. 

Tll.lM\H Dl l l Y, Of Lowell, I 'lill ,,|.,ia 

ii fnlhi r at tin iifrf of nin.'lv llir.-, . The 
Ihicy i.! 

"Si inin: in the apron.l ilcpr."*" waa 
whnl ii K»nN«a jury rnlhil au uin nmio ai 
ful all. i,i|.| nt hanpllK. 

I'm Int.   baagfal llnllenk waa a very 
ri.'h man. 'I Ii'* t'iiiriiinnli i-ioiir n- 
Hi anniinl HMMM »I Vl,iKai. 

Half the mhqftm of lift aprinn 
kaa Laikintf M to ifrief- thai „re part, 
anil forwar.1 with fiartothe future. 

Kvw mt I'm'.k. the rnrviror of the 
t lark eoiiuty. In. I . Brawaaijr, hn wholly 
nv.ivi r.Nl li her terrihl.. injurier. 

Kmniini hi« p-iweni failing Imn at the 
laremature aire of KM. . Khinrlwk, X. 
V., mini think' of ghrhg up labaaaa) 

It i* «— t i in n I • • I that .iurint' the \wi 
ajaj IWIII, IHNI lai-vea wcrr .Iri .rii from 
IrxiiN I.. Kin. -ii . Ni l-raNka, We-t. rn 
St.Hea and Ti rrit'irii-. 



it of 

wr romrxwiiil tho following fr'Hi 
tho /,i/m;ry ./. „, „„/ "H iii eomi«ra- 
tiwajy an eaty tank tbr a frothy writer |,. 
|a iir nut ilaily . .liimn- of tronU — wonli 
upon any ami all wilder* Ilia i.l.ft. 
may rl»»w in one weak, waahy, CTerlant- 
lajtfag fcad, ami hia eomralnl of Unj-tr 
aire may enable him lo  trbi|  ibrm :o-j 
L'l ther like a himrh of ..ntetML ■aat*JU 
Iii. awt^er natr ka-a i««m«w*».l amrW^ ' ' 
. . i n. InH.N-Nl, ilie mi re writinc art at 1 ] r*"'" 0 ' 
iilitin,' a pn|  r i* hut a -mall pirtion af ' l.iv 
the w..rk. Tlie rare, the time .'inploywl ion. I t. 

in reha tini;, ia far r. imporiaiit, ami .-irl- .— 

the tnet ..fa y *al afftOff i- lartt 
l.i l.i- ' ■ 1 !■■ il in nn . t Ii i nt. 
Ihal we all know ia half the hiltl 
w we have aai.l, an attar .night I. 
limntiNt ami In- liiU.rii ;n,.|er-i ■ I anil 
apprei'inleil by the ireneml . ondlirt of M- 
pajicr— ila lone, itx l  iii|wr, it* uiiiti.nn, 
eunrintenl oiurw, it- ailna, ila iiiaiiliina.. 
iL. propriety, iu .ligiiity. To pn'N  r.. 
tln-  ua ih. v nIiiiiiM l»- prea. rvi-1, i- 
I'lK'iia'h to oerupy fully ihe ultenlion ami 
time of any man. If lo (hi* be h.Min] 
the itoiieral .ii|a r\ i-i..n of a uew-|cj. i 



I'M t  TH AI. HI^Tft. 

I'w laift wonU anil hanl urgumentii. 
Man hejptift with li.-l n lien he i-. i- t   



thren.lof himaelf 
The wor. t of knavca are 



Whal 
earn j a- fr. 



tlioae whi 



Oaaarietiee, in moat men. ia hut the 

aWyatloa of the 



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anil 



Illlj. lo llll_ ... ill tin ,j 



■ .hnre!. n: 

your uflair- love all Ilie pntlv 
uarry on. of tlw-m— live like a 



eiHoui.Ur, Um' Woii.ler ia bow they e.in 
fuel time to Vrite at all 



t. whiih.n.-liNliton. have... ,. ,„p,il,le whi-per nay .leprive u« of, me, 



Tiir i-tni!!); niimkal female -iilTnii.-i-l- 
aiel -tump-npeakcra, whoar,- rtufi-r toun- 
e I1..W iiiII.nI ••|«litn 



y.l Tli-.r.l. 
,i : ' Nxvinl 
4th tu. 
aial Ml :  ' r 

ii. n nn ; i 

I .' tolar ia Ji 
a* . S.I Wrh 




per.. mil 



nfaM heir . 



tniatee 
•e i-m-i- 



IfnU .lu :iiij:tbc furniture r. Ila!ij."ir 
acrvant mail] fell out of a ..aN'ml-tory 
wiirlow. She then 
ilu»ti-l hepai lf. 



m l ihe m-ak.-l weapon of the other. 
V.. i line only one life on earth, ami 
in I iillineli II. hiIi from Hie I « • how -li«»ri that may lie ! Waate not 
fil'tho M*. .1. mi hour Sjauirl none of ila moment* in 

An example of the ill efliva] n - iliii,- wai.roiinw or in ftinVheiw. hut let the 
from the um' oi ' lohw-en hna naaja]|i ra  n win le of your rtrenBlii iluring tlie few 
hroughl to Batiaa, vMah bl wwjaab* Uh voaraofyour piltrrimajri', lie given up to 
ntt. nlioii af tie' aod Mr. Tr.t-k a:id Ui . vu '" - 1*" L 

laiailjiitor- i!i the eru-iiile . • he I- i,ii. Spunianbi have u maxim that a 
aaa*«i Waad. Ia Virginia a Mr-, a ,„.,,,. ungrateful to the lawt genera- 1 
Flalfonl of Krial.rirk.burg l.aaiu. „ !- , „„ planted the tree from wait* he 
iliel.-l totbauaaof toharni at au i-ariy wt , fnii| and (ltull ull j,, Htlv tow ^,j 

prrn.l of 1 er life, ami the |„,l . ... ,, v| ;_„.,„.„,„„,_ u „ ]e «, h( , j,, mit , tho 

ing ami .i.ioklng la^mi'.. ; .:•!, ^4- that it may fumUh fruil for tliore 1 
her lb-it l.'wa- unalile to n.ujtiL.hy „!,.,,„„. rvme after him. 

' ..irr ami beauty are not ihe privi- 
i.. - T Ll.,- rieli alone. Tho-e w iih afrn- ] 
i. "•may hu\. i leeaniNi'ttlaiul ihein. 
»ill only -iu.lv the art of making ' 



I Ire. 

Ii-truetive el. men I it ia! To 
i ila fun i- lln .1. ii, i nil , 
yet many of our Wood- Working manufac- 
turera run Uie riak of .iiiiil.ilnri..ii hy fire, 

Willi. -Ill l . ol^ J,|..U. ...I ... ill .....Hi ■ . inii 

rely wholly upon the watchman i intern. 
Ilul what i.« given the walrhuuiu to aeaiit 
him? In what manner, Had wiih what 
i- he to fight the I'iro King! fwlaiUi a 
few hurket. of water; prauihly a .team 
pump, ami in anme . aaea an ebnignte.1 
mi mm MM) re.,..ec ,n other ,,. UIriv „,,ee tern..,| an exli.unii.her. ! 

■ipm. r». v i.wf. mmjf ,. i vl tr..u... j ..-\ 

Ilie of mineral water; tbflt _ w,nietlrnea" 
ihiea not go off. Hut athia ermlrivanee la 
-nj'|N -.-.I l..i. 'ii. lin coiifiuiNl a.'iil enough 
to la' eflpi'tive in putting mil a fire; and 
if it din* poaaesa thia re.|iii»ile, when 
want.Nl for uro, it will .1.. gi»«l i-erviee. 
We .1., not any it ia mil |a-rfia t ] Imt 
think it ia pawlMe that it ia ad always 
},M riatt A. a .uUliluU- f.* il, and all 
eiinipnunil. knoiin to u.», we prefer n light 
water engine, lo w hieh may lieadd.al the 
aei.l neoiiwiry W ereaw' a .pray t I mt mil 
la- worthy of the definition given the 
word itaelf, and not a aaMh illuttration ot 
it. In thii connection, ». 
that there are just Mieh e:iginoa, anil that 
'l.. , ..i. i. ■! an . Hp ii .. I. but ui' tin 
moat formidable aid that can la- attached 
to any i.-lalili.-hincnt I'.rthe iw of watrh- 
uien in care of fire. While we do ap- 
prove of in.uranc*.' generally, we frankly 
suy, Man wc woul.l |*y t!W- Irtgb rot** 
nVmumlfd for iii-uring wixal-working 
uuiiiufactoricfi, we would make am of the 
waichiniin -y-tem, Inn not I itlmut giv- 



IT! MM 

N.riH velvet and i 
very much in vogue for 
black -or brown .ilk ilreaani. 

The latr-t rtyle "f -vcfrMrt re- 

►emhleatheuipof an .M tb.kiunal pir 
lor organ. 

Blaavulan larw aacka ar* very atphl 
Ah light .ilk dreaarr, fnr ihe 



KmrariHrleryofbrai,! ,h- fine leutarhe 
will la. the favorite trimrr.i.ig tor apriug 



a-rcnte-l I 



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won. 




I.ET Ihe youth uh i KtaniU with acinic 

i.rinpior in hi» hand cm.«i.!. r which he 
h*l lieiter thniw way— the licpior or 

MaaaV 

I'm: iwo 



il i i m e are our 

Jlutit b to I* 



precjou, Ihingv thiaai-lo 
our life. 



thai the 



The fnrgt? pxintixl Ince vi 

lli. pin f tie- liny voileli 

In. ii ... much worn Ihi. 

A new ntyle of 
of ..liv. - .-.}«. I pn 



I- u m- tnke 

I w hich have 



rie 



all. nulling with smal 
with jet lieaiU. 

\ new al vie of ear ring hn. a ehnin fa«- 
I. neil from one ear-ring to the other, 

I mi- ing under (he chin oii.l un.U'i 

Lba .louble pur|ioae of a necklace alao. 

\ new Ntyle of holilrr for a bride's 
l.iuipiet is of fpiattal -ilv. r in tie shape 
ol nurroN».,.,inl,Nl l.nv.-, at the en.l of 
each leafasmiill U ll of the same metal. 

( i. hi write* for Uiefew,le*a.n. ot lanuty 
in the clomls; but they are tnui.latixl 
tor the maws by rain dni|M into latter 
umlersti.sl le.-roua of utility. 

Stitched glovea are no lonirer conaiil- 
deriNl foaliionablo, and are pr. I'er...l with 
jftiuroriix button., without nuj ,!ivi,ion 
nt the wriNt. 



Tm 
of the 



III- that 
-ure to shrink 

\ max mayV aaliaaaax a/i» 

'i hi. n.-e. altheiiat' he Mtnah 

M.vy men ara "xeiieiuua m 4 
•ih. i arc not aaneraoa toaayAhMJ 

WiivrlotaaaralptartMa 

ribleofdeatU. Ila 



ing I. im the pro).r I....!.- to work a ill. 
Wc woiiU ratlier tru-t aur inuehiuery in I A e ppi-h young men ni-ar over- 
lie i-ri. |...vid. I ..im -ii. I. an engine cut* of seal sitin or cloth lined with grim- 



A Wix.is a welding degenerated iiitu.cxiat wii!..ait i:- indnl, n I : 
|i!igili«tic enterUinine.il, and the braic humlrixl y.xir. (hi- mimfuiibxl 
gr .ii.i was ocrlcd lo jail lo .|a-ml the tinu.d ilk- daily ti-e id U !au  ... an I ,n!y 
' • ' .moon. • gave il u,i at her death, whi. li o ci i d 



if l!i 



-. ulalivc. 
'.- •■ :i ul 

lied, a inrtv mm i i.fi i. . ii »-  . I,:. I, 

iirn-l:, :.. ,',. .|..a.h "f ll,c •!, ., ,1. „« " |'Ugtb"l«' enl. rtai e.,,. and the bralc huiHlnxl y.«rs xU mi,rfU.,M not .., „ ■„. 

or | n rent. 

H In n Ham of -nae' il Maaaafc,, 
n.'..u.N.|,tia.l, ma.li li.,,.:,H ,„ ,„- Til!, imit.itive .pialily m men'. tiMnn- wl.en - lie v.a- one ai. I «■ 'i i 

mmJ+4;, n H j ■« ■ mi •« a»LaM«*'l^ s 3 «■ "••»'. " lljmL X *™ -»  p«i .»-.• 

thai lnn.'pir«l la.|w,.n him aH ihe ae« iroB I.) lak« u dnap llwniail. ra. fpava""-— ^7" ^ ■ ««J-j r . .; -.,»,„, menme i, :,, mc 

agenl in n'..iti..u l..-u.h eoiitiact a...: ihe s.i'.ti: aM who baa returned from' MraiiKX- S|» «cli to it Jnrj . I : a match for wealth, where there are 
leaking tharc,.. i.i.l ini.lalioii to any tt l^a,.l saw the ex-Knipn- Kuginie, aial An cminrrt w.-tern lawii r on.-' mad ah- at in making home happy and at- 

r,,N,n. Ihal rhe ha. ^ «n .piitc grnv ihe following rather remarkable -i«s iv . and extracting the true-t en .y 



than with any other j.ren utile known 
and In i«c. Do awiiv w ith . ..-tlv insu- 
rance. Keep your watchman, and he 
Niirc he is a tru-tw rthv .lie. Hive him 
BaVheinical Fire Kngiiu i a water engine) 
furiiii-hisl with . hei iienl-, and thin you 
(M retire tf  fl ur aaajah at iiiuht with a 
ficiing of accurity that can U' obtained 
ill no other wav. - (iVi.'a .t.'i mt,-. 



is worn open for 



a 

for tuna. 

STiuxriRtonay, rk  nwttarViw tuSl 
paid a dentist ia he always loaka  Ma* 4 

ll." mouth 

Tiiiiik ia Inn one good waft) at UtSE, fc 

world, mid evary happily wedded 1 

think, he haa ber. # 

DtTT first anil " 

the man said when h. 

and then weat out to make tore to hil 

neighbor'a. * » 

A ' vx 11 ii. ohl Whelor aoys that It i. 
the privilege of Iioopa to surround the 

l .v, Ii -t ,.f all (king., aoarag wbich'anr 

girl- ami whiakay. 

A v.. 1 mi raiulidoin for the legal pn 
l'e--i,in ivaa naked what he abonM aVat i 1 
whi n employed to brina; an actkm. "A:-l. 
(■ on.   oinuxxnttrt." He pawed. 

Mark Tw.u.1 recently aai.1. a gix.l 

thing als.ut the Pilgrbai Fatbem. "The 
n v.r,.i,doMehap.,'-kji aaid, "left fbeu- 

...try and home for the aAeof bavin;; . 

freedom on the foriegii ahore, to enjoy 
their own n ligion, and nt the same tir.-cj 
prevent others ^rum enjoying theirs. 



with 



tc-tihul to by 



r-.l.t. 1 GOVS*. 
J .l.ii M. rUNa*. Jr . Jwlnr. III. 
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al. 



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.li » 1 

rhfcl Ini im. 





.'Ill a. If. 

t'aaaanai Uja.i llaaM I'n 

M II. K -a. iamh lairf' 
in .ntftat II ..'cl.a-k A. M. I 
\l .. n , -I I, ml - I 0 . in cael. n.ooll . nil 

n'liawili « w Jtaaahr) arbael »t a aiam 

J R. Warn 11, Inii |,'l \V..r.lii|. 1   . H l-l 
nral 'JJ la.r.1 n «U/ l.v ilie ...tayr.a'.ii'ni. 
Illl .i-i Hex. V. |l Ida.!., I'a-I. r. Chi i ll 
.in . lina l-i.Halunl.ix im- i.-lt in.. mil. Pn-... I. 
i.w Ll »l»l ^1 " V' M, iii .». I Ih al 

II ...I .k a.m. itaa hynrlHx.lat   * w. 

1 . 1: Waaa*, taa*) 

Mmii .i.'-r Vi ii. .S.iiiil.1 -K.v Win 

'1 .1.1, l'n-1 .r Si.l.e- .v.-iy ..tit. r IN..II- 
.1 iv iiHwnin; Pru' er inta^ina rtmt? Tkiux,- 
 U* niatii Kainlai .eii.aj at ll..'. ly. i 
I'attaavTirui i x (Huullu-ri. lNvn.l.iiyi hi 

Win Co.w. l-l aial U S..M...H. in .a. I, 

...onik. ^nuikI.v .rliuol ,1 ii ..Vloi k. 
I'. 1 n.liliv lUrlnral AaialalilT It. v. S 
- II. Ro'n n-, I'l l. r. S, r ii il an.l 111. 
 - iih| .. . ... ,-iu li ii lli. Sunday ath.N.IV 

.1. M. 



I un 



en 

bin -. If ami su-h agitit. 
the agent. 

:M. In mUttm af -|..-ial pris-ceding- 
of. ill. r "f Ihe elase,'. a'..v. .|»N:iflcl. 
in which 11111 .ulver-«' party, .iriuiy other 
i. I'.'H.i M lawkon having a ibnxt interest in tlie 
. s.', ....'at ai.I wa||rr - m 0 „ l!nivrr .v. .Iu.ll Ix ealhsla. 

a witnew, arnl testify to tranani'lioii.. or 
1-.11vcrsali.1iiN nilhn jxirty lo-uch action, 
.ii. Ii |airty shall ah*. U |  r.uillol lo lea 
lily na lo ■Maaa inui-m ii. 11a uud 11.11 
an -alii. nr. 

■lib. In a  lion-  .r -p*ial pn¥xx.ling» 
of eilhi r of the . la -e ala.vr s|ax iliixl. in 
w hich one MM call- u witneas (MMi 
1I..1.1 an agent or p. r-011 iutriisUxl I ■ 
prii\- eoiiver-uliiau or udn.isai.iu  of the 
..p|Ni-iie |sirlv, iax*urriug la*tore tin- death 
.1' -..id dixciiaed prra.ni, but in his ab- 

wi 1 be op|s»ite |»irl_i may li lify 11- lo 

the -iiiae .-. uver-nlion. or admiarioiiN. 

.'ith. In uctions or s|ax ul pr.axx.ling., 
. f 1 ilher ul' the cJunn  - al.ive s|avili»l, in 
whieh the claim or del. mi i- foumlixl on 
ra.'k a... mill, a putv lull v testify a. lo 
tlie corrections of ihe . 
marie by bimaelf, and en .u  



-,.11 -ilk. and the coat 
ostentation- display. 

An eleuant luxul dr.*- may I.' arning- 
eil with a white lace hnrla- and harpa of 

lilac, blue or black velvet ribbon. Or, 
instead of the velvet, a clu.-ter of violet! 
or of other - m ill Mowers, may be pretti- 
li iiri-angixl in the lace, and placed ,11 

''• hi 'he hair, di . 1 ' il iln'i j]iiu hi 1 naiaai 

fbrehead or u|»ai one -id,., us 
d im s the style of tho fine. 

()-t:ich ti|w and marabout feaihe: 



"tirvrt.Ewr.x of the ja*y,' 

blurjoWtng ■ounsrl, in a suit 
of hogs, "tlierc were just ll.irty 
in the drove, l'leeae lo 1 
ta. i -tbitty-aia hoga— juat three limaar; 
many as in that jury box, gejatfauKMi." 



■Joi 



MliMc 11:11. Turning lllnek. 

i'i Ibllowing will l . r. v -.!.,ie.| one . : 

•N-aa^k' freaks of nature, if it be I u,; " -h •'I" maralioiit fealhei-s ^JUn q,ii..eV|i » ........ 

„ ^.neldv rxiaiple.l.,,, and curly J " ^.M,^ ... II or gold, 



your Par* 



l .ii jury, ia uncase against u railroad ant- 1 XI '. "Ut of lite. 



piwaiioii. where he apponr.-.l fnrtbeilt- 



and wrinklid, and i- no .«»■* a bciuti- 
ful woman. 

IlAt.tiMOi.1: waa the lir-t A rieancilv 11 *» **t, upon « r»' 

I.. iiilr -Jure gas. 11. u um only a "'' '»» •» v '" 1 ,;,   "I'I-' '"»■*- • « 

year la hind il. Inning u- Igns in IX'.'L'. 
New York did u •'. I'.ll •» ih *• exauiple- 

nntil live or six yiiir. nft. i nanj. 

A Mat ; erat llri.lg. port, Caaja., has 
M.1,1 il* pnwunl soaaim 2,i» n  pOMda of 
h, HH'V. Mr. Fkaipl ot lona, 



I, MSI |..umls the (.resell! a a-oll, Wild htt. 
I'tw ■ t hi- left 



At the blow out giv. n by Alexi- lo 
S,a.lUxl Tail and bis followers, tin Indi- 
an. preferrxsl chain|xigue I., whiskei ; but 
I hen it i. probable ihal the ( i rand Duke". 
ehniii|«igne na. au extra nrticle. 

A N'i:w hi Ut i'. hit noniaii lately became 
ihe happy mother of tripUm, .me of 
which ha. black mm, «M Mi, and the 
other while. She w.-iit have to lie pii •- 
of ribl.in mi them l.. know them npurt. 

A IniNATIiiN |»ily i. a cheerAil gath- 
rigii.al entrbs, if eriug, where a |».ir eh rgynmn'. Hock 
b aiilh. iili.il- overwhelm him w ith Isrud wuteh pa kel- 



ixd.s woul.l p t a lading in their tiiTor 
Head Ire- ed ill- Iwilvc somewhat!- I'll 
low: 

"tuntl. men of the jury! My clietil- 
hivii foiigbtag .'l many i-as. s I. fore a 
jury, mal ul v. ay- get ajWaj^gil Tray 
ajajjaja (Oarl it. We don*! laikawa 

venliet in our I n r, and, in .l.i- ixise, wc 
i|. u't .-ire whi lher ion give us a verdict 
"i not. We have got you now, gi-lltie- 
niaa. Vea, puitlemen, we don't cart a 
picayune whether you bring in a verdict 
|..r or again.! us; fur we have got you. 
I .) jii-t a. you phiiae; it don't iiuik an- 
.litTerenec loll-. I haven't any thing more 
to way." 
They gave him a venliet. 



Da vor ever think bow much work 
a Uttla aMd does in a day? I low, from 
. lutrart, the dear little feet pat'er 

rem. I .lull* l  o aimles-lv? (.'limbing 
up lu re, kneeling down Ihere.running to 
nn r' i t plax-, but never. till. Twi-tiug 
and lurning, rolling and renchiiig and 
deul 'iiig, aa if toating every lame and 
;.•;.* fir iheir fulim' li-s'.-. ll is very 
a- to wateh it. One wliJ .hs's so 
well understand ihe deep hrealhing 
, rosy little shx»prr, it-, with urin 
.1 over its curly head, il pr. |sircs for 
,o\t .lav's gymnastic-. A l u-y crea- 
is a little child. 



ceutu 
may 

of th 
tin-, 
ih' 

alur 



Self Itcliuiice. 

a.- I !,(.|»'l is the foil. 



Il.g. 



Wk are ju.li.xd usuullv. -ay» I iisirgi 
Win. Curtis, by our ).tiblii -u s e . -, hi 
the i -teem of disliiigiiiahcil i^rsons; hui 

fehnrueter is the fix-ling i l' jL.rk 



True 

hi i. -. lw,l»-rt C.llyer, in a risxnt hx- 
tuie al   hicagu. It is Ami only Inn- of 
I but of nth. r towns, ihut work- 

-ii . --ful men of IimIuv wi re once 



mdiislr 



self reliant !• 



II II T innf. nl laatiiv. N... IV. I.   . 

. aa - Frl.lav ui. i,i in I hM t..| 

I..V. Hall, Mori' -..I. Monalnsrl. Ji, Sk-v 
• .,„».•, S. ii , J W. IUMumu, V. !••; T. J 

Vlku .. I! S; J W. Wallace, par. •*« . 
lks.nu li. u. Rai iwi-mx i Ka I IT Marts 

ullkld K.ll..«. Hall 1st aial lid TuvaaJa.. 
ii.lihu ia rarh nenilli. J. a- Hvvnraii x*,C. P. . r 
- n M..I .II P.; W. II. Miller. K rlla-. niadu#-iUilili 
Miaou, aJJaaaai L.taii No. Oil aieci. si 
klaaiNiie Hall, Nimb aia-.. Main .In. I. i nr. 
J.I Moiwli, ttiidil in ixw-h uionlli. M li. 

Navbaa It, M I It MalaaaB, M, W ; \. 

Dunn, J K., T, W, Vara...., Sr'v. 

mis l .b '. v.. Hi, V V at Hart. 

..I Maaom.- II ill la-1 M oivlav nis'lil In ea. li 
«.T.th. Jan. M. Raid, W. M.; JJin V. 
M..... a. W; A ft. IVain, J. W.; A, \ 
Warn-.., aW) 
Htixioiih It \   'ii   i-rrit M.s-a. al Mu» .i.i. 
Hull .-x. rv l-l Moinlav nUlit in caeh luimlli 

tm Paataa, II f, 



lion of the a., .mil las-k and cut rim, 
aabl l«N.k aud eiilrie- .hull Is- u.lliii.*.ibk- 
a- . videikx- ill the case. 

lull. If the dtpuriliun of a |«riy who 
bus dii,l during the |»inleiicy of ihe suit 
shall lie given in evidence on the trial of 
lh" opposite |sirly may t.wlify 
uilli ■'- . ..lilain.d n'said d. |«a-i- 



Ihe nslL't. 1 of , 
Ham laf m- uh. 



t'hicago Uxbi; 



and col up ul.iut Ht| worth I his win- 
ter provUiims. 

Kl.sniKV has nine hundred and 
twenty four P.art-offlcw. 'lei, oilier -ym^ilhy for iheni as for l,r thren-il 
Stales of the I nioii have a grealer daW who niivl him |wr.vive Ihe char.., 
number. New York hue ihe largrat nun,- '■( I'i' urbanity, ami as they draw near 

her of PiatoHicee, ami Ihe territory of » id know bim better, h r and low him 

a . more and more, we may l«- very ili 

lit* I" Iiu-n Ihe nobliN-l human qualities, 



,iu wc piny our |*ii. It . ja. r man's son, and had I 



was rat 

light his way 

a man - children confide in l.'ai if all . :: ... pi i.-c. X. t one of tlie m, as I 
wIhuii be emplovs ui home and iii hi- ruu tuaxrtain, waa arich axan'aaoa, and 

H«| i.e i. full of though, a, ,! ,,a,l a .n..,| .in,.- when he waa a la.y. « x- - . , m . ^ ,„„„„„.,;,,„„, 

,vpl that all boy. should grow as strong 1 
iix-l Imr. fighting their way to an 



1 hair, who had nn 
pa nful nicer on the left arm, re istiugall 
pr. vious m..les of treatment yk-hled lo 
the re.pi.-si of tryini: tin- ellix-l of Irans- 
planting a piece of .kin to the ulixr from 
another |a-r»oii. Theukx-r waa pn-|nirixl , 
in th-' u-ual nuuiner by his phy.ii i.ui, 
and a bil of skin als.ul an inch npiaie 
was tak. i fiein the aim of n fine healthy 1 
negro man, and immediately spread ov r ( 
the ugly ulcer mi l then carefully drc-N-ni 
nuil b.iiiiiai!ixl. The.-Uin iraii-pluntaliua 
luidtb" i! -' .-.I itlix-l. . Healthy granula- 
liou sprang ami the unsightly ulcer si.ui 
healed. A I- iv numth. afterwards In- 
vent to hi- phy-i -i.-m and told him that 
ever since lb ■ -«.re lunl. ■! tin black skin 
comm. need lo spread, and it was iiiniii- 
ing. Alsmt one-thinl of bis arm was 
comjib t. ly ncgr.axl. The ilia-tor hiuwlf 
is aliirimsl. Thu hi 'h pmlxxbility is that 
tl,.- whole -kin ..I' tin white man will Is- 
come black. This is a urw thing under 
tie -un. Il nould Ih- rather difficult lo 
explain the physiological prw-e- which 
takes to bring about such a "kin changu 
o( .| aa thi-. Tho problem U, In.w can the 
l" coloring .4' tin- .kin lie so m.linilly 
eli:iii..ixl» and huw is thi- pigment change 
|iro|M nit.xI? It is certain that th.- law of 
capillary attraction plays U" insiguilii-unt 
|iart in th. -prea.liu.' pr..'.-.. liraTling 



s]uirkliug with gcm«, gorgeoua iusecui 
of green and gi ld with ruby and emerald 
eyes, and a great variety I 
aiiK-ut- are fashionable t:.|- 

A.x cxchmige, whieh is nn aulUority 
in such iimtu rs, says; The old style of 
brushing the hair pUinly Is-liind the earn 
and twisting it in a loose ixiil at the track, 
Is now the latest iicale. T'TtuU-ahell, 
.-il, and fancy ronilw arc worn. For 
. \, uing lln- hair is arrungixl in nn re elab- 
orate all ies - the |«unwa.lour roll lic- 
ing still jsipular with thus.' lowborn il is 
la-ci.miug, its stilfiies, Uing ixlievixl by a 
coronet of jewel., hraiila, or flowers, 
l. n.llth whieh I'.ll slKllt curls. 

Loaf] curls falling on tin shoulders un- 
considered stylish, and tl.o-x.' who di-likc 
Ihe I'oiiipadour style of dressing the hair, 
wear a shower of little curls or frizetlea 
falling 14.111 the forehead mid siirnioun- 
l, 1 by a coronet, la'iiealh whieh ia fae-i 
lenul the bruids of ringlets which form 
the laick cx.iinir.'. lkuu 
bright-ix.lor.sl mm lo 



Oneealfi«li, tl.. rtieuniatianj, t\v« 
I 1 ..- t.aitliuche, mid aomo iitllo oiffl. 1 
.ay- In will catch Ih? flickcM tf. 
.li t wait till be get. homo. 



of I .« Milliter. 

ihere i. j mil the rmii"t'v[ 



rrohal.lv 

, iiieri.r bill' ^nl't .-f the bbwal vv-~-  " 
of tlie Issly ihal doe. not fceleoiiio waje- 
let from tlie great eonvnlaion produexal • , 
by heaiti h.u..'iU-r shaking the centpd , 



the drees or worn ia the hair. 



man. Tim blood moves mare livery* , 

pn.biil.l ,- its . '.i.-inicid, ebrlric, e* vital 
conilition ia dietinctiy, inxadiaVd— it 1*1 
v. v a .liilerciit iniprwaien to all Ac m- ' 
irons of die IkxIv, as il visits them on ibai 
|«irlicular mi-Nlie journey, when tko man 
1- laughing, from w hat it doea at 

1 1 And th..- it i. that a good bi.^l» a 

I 'i': thens a man's life by «m«a"/*t« 
tinct and additional stimulua to the 
fon'i The time may 
.'ion., attending more cloaely 
,1 . now to tin- imiumcrohlaaubtie 
en. es which the toul exerla npou 
'' nient of clay, aholl pixaw-rilie to 
' patient so many lioal' of hiugbtov, V  \h 



AltuLi the .-:u:il!f.-t- luur. 

I not I'tclutkHl ti y im U vuiK V or 

IT. allaction- ... -,.'.'.al Tin: l'.»lofti.x- Je,«, tui.-nl n.,...-l that .C..,, v .. ... '.i.;..|. ..ill I.. .. 

,r ag«iu.t a suniiing '■' *ldrea.ing lelt.ra, new»,«.,x m,&c, the to M ,, ir  . v , r . "twenty 



pi caaiiiiig- by 

partner 01 |uituei's, 01 a surviving joint 
■xuitniclor or contra, tor.-, no adverse 



PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 
U T. HARJU8, 

iifetmr tM /..ur, 

NTAMFOKO, 



.ball l« a ' 'ii. 
to inuisactious er de- 

si,. ad. by Uicdc- 

. n.-i "I Iii- Nurviwi. 




o. W. ■ ». 

WtXMWOni, XV. 

■M 1 i.N. 4»mm Pr. latanl n i t»n 



(airly to the suit 

Wlllll-sa lo le.tily 

elarationa or admii 
ixxis.nI in the all 
partner or joint contractor. 

Si... j. No peixsui who wouki, if a 
party, l»" in.-ompelenl to i.-.tify under 
the proi isions of s«s-tioii lot thi. ait, 
■hall bixxuuc cnm|a'teui by reu-'-u of the 
assignment of l.i- cuiim 

Sl.i ti. No |«.|--on -hall In ihi'liud 
ixmi|a teiil lo Uwlify- in Is half 1 i l.i" own 
iulen -i and n.xiinsl ihe laaWMBj of un , 
ailvcr-e iiarty. in any action or s|st ial 
pioc.iding in which such adverse |«uly 
i- mil befbre the inurl, otherwise lluin by 
conatructive serin. 

Si.. 7. Noone shall I.' im pcUul 

a.- 11 will.. - I... an I hi- or I- 1 in.'. In 



mime of the i-ounlv, as well as of the 
laiat ..thee and State, la- always inaerUsl. 
|  ,,,. 1 „ An- miou todiia rcxiue.1 will pn-vent 
much mail 1'r.un going astray. 



Si.x iTiui Sbcrniaii say 
-hortly re|airt u bill whki 
fmu.la in the ('u.ti.mboUaA.' 
it, and t hi a pn pare to w 
tile Am. 1 i.iiu Ma,, and In 



that he will 
will cure the 
U t him do 
ip himself in 

1 the lUUaic of 
■ Had Columbia." .V 1'. Hfllli 

Knoxmijx, Teu.itxN-N.Nu, ia agitaUxl by 
a ault brought by a gualin 
ugain.1 a res|»x lnhl, mi.ldla ag.d 
man for a breach of pniiuis.'. She vul 
u.s her la.cratc.1 h.-art al tin.' ridiculou-li 
low figure of MMM jL 

A prie-t ..I I .hi-, l.i- ju   pulilished 
a curiuu. work with a lilk-, "hud of the 
world in IH.'I, " from which we exU* 1 
thi- |ax-Nsiigv; 

'i'ln win Id will . ome to uu end in il.. 





'| U(M. W. V. 

.mitrntMi- it tUV, 

-TAX. OKU. KY l ,a., l n U ,, Vf „.ee p.,.lu 

. # 7i «-li 1-a.n «,..r,. J 1, a.ori.jj.,,,,, ftujneU .X'hanl rubber, 

, . .0101.. u.l l.i all.-Mi.li tula iii.caftJia 

■ '- - - p'rir' ■-— ' i.u.ouih, 

j jUNkai' sv coOi'tH, and aWu»k« «ver oiie ■ar. The reaiilt 

and Ibc 

|JS , , v .uotcr li.'siiku ywu mii-n,!.."" -aly. ll 



1. This ai-t abail la- in elUx-l fnajl ! year lll^l seveu month-, thirteen days, 
lU iwaauux-. 1 In is luiuulca, thirty oue «v nda plus 

1 k - k:ih, # e.,. .,i,,e.,lW.veaula«a»k part .,f m{ ^" * 

A wk ran lady baa mvouled 4. ■ ^fm^ m3m i i ^ v.w»uau oi Adam; which 

eJlisl.iai:., , ■ ... wfh ,. (||V , 1W JH. of July thi. 

1,1 h.r hu-hnad J^j ibri« miuut» aU' l.^H of aaeiwud 
,Nu-t aeven u'elockkx the lawniiug of the 
the ) Har ItraJajjf Ike lliriatbui 1 1 



i tj *-'t i.i'iig y»'btniiri» 



It k Itated in the Edinburgh Ued cH 
Mmnuil thai at a nxx nt nnx-ting of the 
Ulasg. .11 Meiliixet hinvii alS,-kiy, "not 
waa aJ.le lo mldm-r a aiagle 
of a rtsva.xiiiiiUxl |»r«Mi haviug 
taken the nmill|six." It ia maintain. I 
that when small|iox iM-evaila, every uidi- 
vidunl alaivc live yi-ar. ut age. in an in 
fei tisl ha-alily, ought to be n -va(X'iiial.Nl. 
We la liewe thja i  the universal euoi ic- 
lion of impartial rin-.li.-al observalion in 
all pi... - of the world. 

«iaatAT aormws enuoblc even |s tiy uu- 
turux. Small oaaw .x.rrupl mMiu-ahal 
even lb.- nobb -1. The Mower that but 
prick- Ihe loot of a child, emit* if 
aw.xl.-t pertUBM in ( ail|«ibl. gushea un 
deran i.i'i hoof. Alter all. it u the day 
ut trial and .uttering thai hed the rich- 
eat beauty .mi liA. Lei one loll .n up ih. 
•Uxiiiii of an exipii-ite emotion, u l a 
tb .u-an.l I . oik . In will I'u.d ihe loualaiu 
from some ru.U l iol |,iiai ot 

grief. 



as a 

,x|.ie.,lion.and lh.11. 11 ben liny arc ready. 
pl„hri,,_. into life with that tru.lilio.ial 
half dollar and a little bundle ti.xl up in 
and handkerchief, aa 1 have observe! 

1 u-UjuU dun in five and 
yearn, when most of us who arc 
now in the middle age- .hall have gone to 
our rvti 'billion, the men of murk hi tliU 
will not 1.' Ihe son.. Ml....-.- 11 h.~' 
laib. i - mm give th. in all they wish for, 
and Im limes more than lln y might lo 
lime, bat will la- daaVJ who are brought 
up in bum houaea and c..t!a ;i», cutting 
Un ir way ibmugh thickest hiudniMc. - of 
every s.u-1; and all the brow u stone Ihium* 
nuii. p. !i- will la- as nothing to bring 
out tin nol !e man." 



Pi the applaaa pear jaato — Kxrhange. 

■llllllll MMWaa MM 

For timling ihe interis-t on any prinei- 
|*1 for any numb*r uf days, the answer 
in each . a 1 b. ci„-   i ul-. M |«irate the two 



ii ... -inii i.ud such nth 
a- they now do that tar more obj 
1 -1 1 10 ii .n - a pill, or au eleotrii' 1 ' 
vanic sliia-k ; am I study tl..' o»»'„i' 

""WewUhthein.l...t.. 'ad.,..' ^'iZ^^f^ 




I 1.. KiiiiIIkIMn 

Mrs. lkxvher, in the C'/iri'sfiun Ih *, 



die light of Ihe sun f'eely. a* 
building ataa early and Int.- firea, could 
la- propi rly impix-nsixl upon our hoiirf- 
kis |ier.. Xo article of fuiniture .hoiikl 
ever la- brought lo ourhoin.-- 1. ,1 delicate 
ml lln- "tin to see. ull day loug. Ilia 

|*l - lice -I Id never I.' ex-hilled. I S- 



Waic- \mu Enemies. 'i 

I tin 1 11. in and don't mind I... 
tlii y get iii your .way, walk a itn 
regu '.Hess iTUw-ir tjaie. A *i .j 
lia. no t ucmica ia ewidoiu g ajoi i 
ihing; he ia'iuiulcof tbatkiud of' 



rkjai fcadtgaiaa of the uu-w« r, to ex- «.pt when bri 6 l 11.' '""iUUk- . „ „ „ ,„ i. w , Ww s, a m la wi taa* 

And walks. -build V iii 



p.. -- Iii .1. liar ..i.d cents. bb- to ihe • ye-. 

Finn l« r cent Multiply the prinei bright sunlight, ~i Uiat the . yo are pro 
bj| bv the aaatkaj a(a)ajn al run; m|«- j tect«l by veil or parasol when iucun. 
rate tlie right bund figure from the pro- fmieiilly iuteii-e. A sun bath U of far in.we 
| IV ji. * I im|sirtamx- in preserving a healthful . • u- 

liti 'ii ,.f ihe la.li than i- gmienilly uu- 



there ii 'l 
ofUie|wr. 
ing? O 
yuu hai J 
wuuM w. 
would |. 



to l| '  

lb.- I 



duct, and divi.l 

Five ja-r cent Multiply by 
of ilays, and divide by 1% 

Six |»-r .x-iil Multiply by numla-r »l 
.lay., H-|«irate the right hand Mgun' mid 
divide by 0. 

F.igjit |. r cent -Multiply by numls-r 
't .|;i\ - and dll [de I i I  . 

Nino j a* cent Multiply bv 1. nulla r 
ot .bu s, separate the right I11111I ligun . 
and divide by I. 

Tin per cent— Multiply by numla-r of 
"" Wl ' r day-, and divide by M. 

Twelve | er cent -Multiply by numb, r ilian RajM wb.j 
ol dm-; iw-iairau- ihe light hand I. in- ib.in of -.uilight 
and .l.vide by II. 



(ilMMl 

When, ur any one .poke ill of another 
in tl. p " ■ 1. ■ "I' lMi r, the (ir.at, hav- 
iug list ,nd attentively, lie would way is 



gaurtaN* aak  - l.ia. up lln fii-i nffff 



TtiakleatAatll-i. 1 billa nmaaeul how 
HC belunvat la)B c, providial mn. n .1 

I.- l« And Nt-'ll " .11 ' 




Jrus.B Uivid Davil, 
the |.'sible IV-awcralie 
preaubxit, ia Ally sewn yean 
«k(U) buiuinai |».un.U, 1- worth 
l%aJ, baa broad thoukb i-,a maA' 
vLwa-lvwaii I 
I. lnithgrl, mild hi 
, inuojad g.-ij^laltd and 





ur bleu 
i."gr - 

UOflll 



lor 

1 . .f whom you have lax-u s|a ak- 
, ", lull what g'sal i|ualiliea 
.-mark, d about him. If all 

. Ill ill.' rl  p.ol Ibi.- 111 ill ll.. 11 

1  pa Is' le«, unkind rriliciam 
and I..11-1. !■ •i.aik.ntauii our m ijlilsu.an I 
friii. I . li'. ach 011.' woubl Iix-l obligi,l 
k of la- own lauiU Aral, Ja-ihapa 

all 1 .In ' ll .lli 

Ul euaiiairis"" lhalaaok would In I that 

l!„ il v ,t plan 1 1-- IO klvp sib III. 

'I,, N ., 1 Z~Z. Medi .1 
,t annual mieting la.1 wouk 
IH f. rV Agnow of Raw 1 

hwideiu i n "be 
luliai wo. aJufto . 
I; a, 1 ns I' .u«aTa» 

a 1 ... H -llll^, ( t . 



,!er-t.. .l. A .un both eo.ta nothing, oiel 
that i- a niUforlune, Air jieopk. are ile- 
hjil J wilbtheiil. 'i that tb. ..«• thing, only 
e.in b g.sal or UM-fnl whieh co l ■coiiiy, 
Hill reuieiiilwr thai pur- water, fresh air, 
MiaJigbl a id home.-, kept Bm Rata all 
 lamp.i.ss, will s^. iiro you from many 
heavy \ M* af the d-a'ti i -, aia! (rive you 
baallli and v : _ .r which no money can 
sine. Ilia nil aeaablishe.1 tact tba ( 
nib- wb" ban lived much in the uu 



I" 

I" . 

ure usually .troug. r aui mure 
iax-U|ailion 



laaJUrj 
ilepriie.' 



basil b-aud hi il. A llerliug t 
i- on - wia  ii, k- for UauafJai an 
\. l.aLlie.lkink- ; he ia arauyasu* 

fin mam) a  

-1 ', air. they lux-p bim alii ..lAsIC 
me. A . .h lo-ated character, 
-ai rounded by e tie alios, uatd to 

Tin y im sparka, «bkk if pm\ 
1.1 ., , 11 ill go out tlarniwhri 

ifmrii p„.ju be. ." Waa tl«l 

.....ti' . Ut this ba  *•» 
. ., 1 noiing.ui live Auwulfea 
ih. . c w bo era latter aaaiuat exat. 1 
 tap lo di pale, 

and oped ihe 
thi 1 .ir fiad I 
11 1 11' you 
huiulroibi 1 

you will Aock to you 

their error. 




Till- l.l.lll.al Itltilr.Mlll. 

The l iuu-l Stiltra £«„.,., ...( aay.: 
• i'l e I*. iiu-ylvauiu Ifculnaal t 'om- 
paay ia Iwyom! d ubi the grualwt in the 
world. It owuj^ot c..u!ioBb»*leu.-t l .u. 
Uiouand mil* of niilioaeV n |aoeuilija 
rami . I to lba amount ut t»whu.i.lrui iua.1 
fttty million duibu latgrea. revaaji n s 
amouat tu fcarti nulbaai rtolkua a year, 
and , ., ,„ 1 h own* ur r mtrobi hunl grauU oover- 
Y- .k i..g ., u yiodaau.1 mil... .- 1 . - • I 

'to th» agirn-gaUi |..N^eVi. m of Awi/%1 tlai 
peat Miainrrhlai lif Kurvpu." J 

Ami, aiuoa lllia war wriltwi Aay hate 
aruiUv «#u-iaieil Hk ir nu»*i - - I '• 

to** 



mtkm Mr. I 

the grout 
i-.iuaquer- 1 
lUeu b«.iiey t 
city m b year, out 
vi-l mi tk.alt will eiake it puswl- j 
. I '.'sai.O a) piaiuiki u vear in I 



A r th • 11 vrhui'l 
t juiiibv 1. ad a paper » 
l.u 1 '"■ • eAK-ping 
tor of a million. |. mi 
are eold ui New- York 
lie impr 
bk-lo 11 

Nel. V 



I- . 



FejaMerjaf, 

1 i.ii; Ui boar IkarJ 
t Aim i*wn | rtae.J 

ami roar (af I 
lacking 0mM 
uftiueauAj 
k'l- am 

toik. of ih. i»t^ba-*VtA. 

S.H.. uu dteuuVy Urn "walra. measurer of 
the water w*u toeaiaU^*sMiiaer «.ree, mad 1 
la-nsu te.1 aa wuaU «■ kit 
pMBjaytak^ fotnttuAb-i " ' ice"' 



•rk State.— .V. ^c- Ytthl Ppki 



The abi-ird of Ohio 
oioa. up a baplialu ua lba 
risi r al iti-big 
lath mat, a*} oi_ 
aud if the .utaaiator 



'aw 





MWN II A. l«T2. 



12 column 1 

MM Tna [sir- , ' 

. Ami if thecitiaci.. ..f "" '"" k ' 

o t M • , , That i 

rw mimln's will nul us in . 

•«■"». 

ana mill editora 



rJL « 



Vo Tiir. M MM 

We have-rnirehaaed new tvpe. fiitur • 
as., «n«l pm|w» H pnhl 
k It new. 1*1 per 

HIOII .I'M us 11 

fhia mill adjoin 

our wfl» rt«, we prom lac thrni that neither 
aminey or labor .hall ln» .pnred to liuilil 
np » permnncnl and mailable pnprr. 

With rail mail" ami turnpike* nil 
through oiir rrp'nn with a iw-iil and 
arliutate iinripialml anvwlanfe' — with A 
thrifty, hardy, indu.trinii. and intcljijrciit 
j.ipulalion ; we can an so fasson why 
our part fifth* nut* ahnuld !»• alile to 
impiort only one first .ia*. w.ikly M 
paper. 

We alone are it* Proprietor*, und 
leepnnaiblc for it* fMMfciBMi Wo hnve 
vaa-ured a |*rt of the time of II. T. Hnr- 
ria, K*n. who will aid m in our Editorial 
f l/'jiairt m^nt . und Wf ni jiip»if tttnt lii- 
Jong pxpuronrf. m- a writer for the prrw 
frnintntlv qnnlififv him to give tin verv 
•rnrtteria\l ftiw i ' 
* We inn-l Im,vc the hearty 
ment andaMtrniiagr of all our 



We are not 
pare K l*d t.. 
men a  .-lit the 



~ I • "" mi .-"..now lea n \ o. "»- 

pmfwa? In giv* taw reader a review of Bulletin; Tlie ( ntlctt*l.nr| 

tint pre-, aa It now ou t., hut l« far OhaeTTer, a faithftil organ nt 

hand, wo will frll them what Y„ t„ r ,|i, t c h»rv\,, wn. alao «h*M 

Hiiro. wo think. ha. Paid of SMMM /,,.!. Me,*. 

T,,nl "hut ever thoii^hiful writer The year 1 *I'.A w» an opr. 

ha» expiw. I the ..•nlimciit thai ln-tori torv of i,.iirn*li.ni in tin- f»ti 



he placed in the 
aame .-ntegury. We appn hond that he 
meant that Thiers, a hi-!„riiin ol' Kranoe, 
and Ilium, the editor ol the rV.. p  », were 
brother.. I'urjrottiiifr the oonoeit which 
it have dictated the idea, the quaint 
ft* 



ItphallN oufeonatantnim to aid in 
tl^devclopmestofouraKtion of E»S- 

Politically we hnint the Demoernti,- 
Amg; la llevinjr, a« we do, that the pri 
• rdenof the IVimirralic party are i 
and just. At the aame time, we m 

.hall 



'Hie .slitnr to-day haa 
int|««innt movement- and coiiiliinatioii 
aflivtiii|i alike the prixjieritr aud jkhco 
of (treat eni| irea, aa the historian.  *cr- 
mau editor* to-day, apeak of far (rrentcr 
and more important movements in the 
consolidation and union of tlie va-t Ten- 
trmir empinw than Carlisle I. nu l in the 
n i(ni of Frederick the Ureal. French 
editor* to-day re»i.t aueh a commune and 
-u h 1 iwlepMieaa aa Scott or Isuntirti-ie 
failed to aee in the revolution of 1 Tl 2. 

is not the only Jualoriiin of 
T,n- curly fii-lorv of our re 
[public did not alli.nl more lerriMo move- 
j menls lipikinj; to the overthrow of tlie n - 
I puhlic, than the modem history. Tlw 
nullification rnntenlion iu South Cam- 
linn in IM and th. ItMnMl Fore,, fldl 
of Jaekaon'p lulinini.-tralioii are inori' 
"" t huii cipmlid hy the Ku Klux and the 
Ku Klux Hill of (irant'p Administration. 
All Kurope ha» leanieil through th 



L 11—.., 

Ann riea. 



T. Kmnklin rVntinel; .?. i Adam.. 
MM. flow hy Mr, vnr.l Al Mun^ i ; 

•Ml l^ron.^ Yoi.n K ptarte.1 the We»t- 
'•I" »d '"it, em H , an .^ri.ulturnl journal, in 
.neh pvratl^jlxnn.ville \| \|, .,. M„, 

rla, S iiih«i, k ,\ ( ih. i I I 

In; Tlie CatleiiBl.nrtr t'hri.lian 
Ohaerver, a fuilliful organ of the Methi 
di«t rhurch, wap alao rtaiied in 

liA MhI 

The year IM wa» an cp . h in the hi. 
tnry of jmirnali«ni in Ihi. ^lativ In that 
year a more liberal .on t intent oommencoil 
to pervaile the State and the new»|«i|. r- 
arre alii re'l and amended to .nit the 
.|M it of the time.. People forgot their 
aeetional difTerrncea and a |«i|» r which 
f «tere l them nn. unpopular, Thcrefiire 
eilitora enlloctoil new., a refreehing jmbu- 
lum, for their roailera and diaenrded din 
leal with aa cuapion. foninl.-i on difference, in aonti- 
1 ment Tlio following pa|ier«oim 
; in 1: BO hive kept quite up to tin 
anf/nnd nlwny. afPinl pleaeure, via : 

M nv. vi|], Kigle, eilitnl byThomaa M. 
• •iron, the rhiv.ilier Ita^anl of the Ken- 
tucky pro*., (arrolton Democrat. I .1 
Ml Klnth; t 'vnthiana DaaaMMN, O. R. 
K. I' o No v ,■•!-( !.-(' .iiPtltutionali«t, W. 
A. Holland; MndUonville, K''ntuck  
Time.. T. M. II iwer-; l/ ui-vilie Sun. 
W. J, Weher.and * ovington Joiirnai, "ill 
ably ediai.l by ih«eM.tUm«. wb 



FTANFORD 

flirmati.il 1 

Business 




^ w 

Till M.\f | HMII IAT. , 

\\ nn led to look to our lin.lJvtgd.ily 

[atansviatw new-pnrar. nV Inlrwmaii'n 
ci^iceriiimr the ra vf ment. which are b/- ! 
ingpi ton S.it. hp. king to the nominnli. a 
of a ewndidah. fSr I he 1're.Hleney by iho4 
Democratic party Not ,,,,| v Uii-. but ' 
.we look to them fir mlbrmation eooeenr -n.r «i 
iingthe morenicnra o' other nartiv 'ami 
organisation, whieh have alreajly l«g*un H" ll " KV * 
to Mir ihe water, of the political |mpi|. ». hx r 

We were plea-^d to rewl an artiola re- » 
eently publi.he.1 in the (biinr r-7e.,W, JJ KNRV 
under the hcnilof-'Therrrmleney.'' IVl T ,. „ 
til we read tltat arti, le wcconfcMi that our 
mind. w. n- not cleaf u I, i 
the 'Uhor Kcfirm Convention" whirh 
mVt and nominated .ludge Darb of the 
Supreme I onrt, L rHn- V-.t. U , „. w 
nrAMal the caae, ami aee in thi. niot*?- 
ment a ,1. termination on the part  f a 
large nnmher of tin ciliaena ..r«ur 
try to thn.w oft* the rhaekb. t 

have hoiin.i th. in to the preawit and two pi  ninh , x, oneeos a CO . 
prior administration.: a.„l a ,h-U rmma- 1 

lion not to lie longer tied to a clique which J. * * " 0m-w ^ nhni _ 

haa well nUrh d.»tr„v.d the nation. n w. vanlsTMui. 

Anything which ha. the he., " mm 

..f/,W in it, mo. lartyap—L. B^iiufc. * muakk 

Thi. mmAm »a...,m|.».,i „r 

all pnrtie., from al».ut liiurii HtaU 
ih.it if it, ,.1-j.v., and 



A. P. 

. SUROBOH IfKNTIST, 

HTAM'«i|;i», KY 

FULL SETS TEETH MADE. 

Kxtraotlng, etc. It 

CARPENTER HOUSE, 

Orwr .Vila ami Smtm 

STANFt»KD KivnvKV 

pvvixt. t rtuFi. mm   i vrnu. 

Ineaio.1 ll.i.l. :'r and. rtgaedla 

■ MlTord li i imri'lrr* ft txi •■•ririlrr* 



IHV2. 



Spriiitf mid Siinunor 

OOOClfl. 

E. B. HAYDEN, 

j am mm p 



onnllaue In 

p.in.airr a afa i 



roaiiF, ITMQ 



eW. kafV 



a Ml i n. 




k. m. CAltrem i it 



! 



Kr. 

\ un wii i 

— in* III. -"on .ml 

fr.'« hpl.p k of . I In 

(.p.l.. in. l.i.lii!, all Ihe l it. rt.Jta ,,f 

IfMVUaf J»l'f,H «. MHls. 

Kn.br.ela, la part 

PI MN • I 

PAW V MM KJL 
OlMtliAMN 
MR 



JNO. S. HUOI 

U«r of I 

WITH 

J. M. R0BIN80N «V CO., 



Kr. 



A. OENSLE, 



A . Tl!MPt,i;Tii'VA 



Mn/vviiiKM », 

ALPUAK 

llll'l INK. 

l.rsTKh5 Ao 

«* WIHTK «i a»IW .i.l NO 
Tli INS araay. i i w a ji lata . 



DRY GOODS and NOTIONS 

N' ttl Main Hlreei 

"IT ' He M I..,! 

I.....I-, Ml,., Kei,t„,. hr , 

B" ;  l. I H l.t.Y ASKS Til \T Ills 
"I.l frl.nrt. a, || , hi. hotw ..,„ „„| 

iV". I n' ". ,4 "",' , '"' •" n ' 1 P"'" "" ".»  it 

... Iion h. will DM ih,.,,, ,„„ m ,,,| r .pM mU . 

lag 



mi 
W io 



rearler. and all pthen, that we 
not he Lift- . I v inrtiean in 

a ^'* 1T "   i , '' ,lon *" American prce of the ilnnprrs which 

Uur nighwt aim I. to make thi. Jour- ,i,™,,„„ ,i„ • _ i im 

threaten the grail tm.li rn republic, 
nal an epOme of Awvrf m-.aa_belicving Hte, W hi.torv of .he late civ il war 
U*t county new.,»,*r, are the more in- Koote'. or Ablaif- lighter hi.torv of 
profartiori to the amount i tin- aaine peri,.l. will l». lew cop.iilteil hy 
the future hi-t..rian on!,.- ( nil. .1 Sak's 
than the flic, of old ,,,p, , can 
now, no doubt, understand wliat the old 
phil.wpher meant when he uttered the 
al.ive very juat reiimrk. 



they 
I alwtru«e 



\ 



teroating 
of newt of a 
contain. 

Therefore, the discuwion 
political quration. will lie left, eo fer a. 
aa we are concerned, t i our more pre- 
tentioua neighbor*— tho Kditora of City 
Daily'a 

All claaae* of citiwna, lalmrers, pro- 
fe-ional men, mcrchmiU, Ac, Ac, will 
find in our cnlum. something of vitlue to 
each. Tljc iuU reat of our Fnrme. .hall 
It a loading feature of our pajwr every 
wixtk. Trader* will find home and Cr- 
cigu .tuck niark. L- MatpWtd in our col- 
nna weekly. IJeaidw thwe thing., 
of our old tUmm 
; ua, and who are 
wide WePtern and 



Attend their rcpo-tive pnpera. 

It wa. in the mme year that the dU 
Onirier and the old J.urnaJ.lK.th of which 
had done aueh pignAl perviee in the good 
old anlrWam day., were united into the 
CourierJournn! and come hand in hand 
to do more aerri.T for the right in those 
modern day.. It ia w 
Henry Wattcraon, the 
genial journaliat in the weet. ediu. thi- 



Um 
erv 



meeting a. they are now, marly ev- 
Su»e in lb. UrJ 



M. \U Tt : 4 Mil i.ra, 



™~ m ~ CRKAM ALK! 




st«rt.p| in IWK) than during any prcviou 
»r,nine in all, vh : 

OH— H i S,., tator, O. T. Kendall; 
Owen New.-, Li- & louid: \Var-a« 
N'ew., J. B. Rucker; Mayfield Demo 
crat, E. K. Warren; Elisabeth town 
N»w«, Mathia A Bell: Hamplpburg, 
Kentucky I'ei.ple. Jame. H. Clark: 
\Y|h.|forJ 



Weekly. ,1. J. Haf.; 'called MhN twM I 

_™ tne m..t which intervene. Bracken County Chronicle, Geo. Wmter. , be premature. Th 
the [nipt and tho present mid ihe 
vivacimi. mid giftc.l Macmley, (ieuat, 

first puhliahe.1 j.t Lexington bv Mr 
Trapp, Mi the OMMkl Ad -ate in Lou- 
isville bv Mr. Ilell. 

The Louipville Commercial, n con.i.t- 



Noble, QUhfW, IVtit, Bnla-r and a hnet 
of Hiititypoa in our State. The lea. mer- 
curial Mackintosh gris t- Kelly, (Ira n, 
Muy.r. Mariin and other.. The pre* of 
(his Slate is . mighty . ngine and ha.- 
M'ldom nhuw .1 i: («iwer. 

There nre at present seven tv-i-ight ioiir- 
nAla in Kentucky, mnnagfal and elit. .l 
by ae intelligent a l.sly of gentlemen a- 
i«n he fi.und. The Paris AYi-stcni Cili- 



I'nion would have la en 
Wt -|.nk thi»- not lav 
all the action, of that 

ve n, or even the nomination 'if 

Judge Davi«, but l.saiue wwrejjioclo 
-ee -a. li iiidicatinnaof a deU'riuiuatianoa, 
the |*rt of Ihe ja.iple to rid ihemselTeB t.f 
a yoke of Ip.nihtge w hi. h lln y ha 
too long already. Tin r „ f ,: have ile- 
terminesl to bent   irant t'.r the |in- nloncv, 
ami a pen-ihlc coinhinatioii of iwrtiaaaaui 
and w ill arlret tluit i n.l. I | 

What should Ihe laMWIIUj do atlhia | nwx a m., 
time* Wi agree with Mr. \Vntt -r4in ( 
that • 'the heat thing we can do is to wfcit J * 
and watch the coiir-e of |.iliiical evenh 
Tlierei- time .'!ioii;:h vi I 
a.'tivi' step- in tli. HH i 

■Id, in our opiuioa, 1 
enemy i» not only 
moving already, hut are thn.wiirg out' 
- un.l "t'l- 1 i \V. I., n t intend 
to lie rauglit in any frA| , or by any de- ' ,f " 
vice of theirs. Of one thing, however, 




U 

Mmn\c BulUInf mm 



IO- DkUUm with nn . 

i w 01 i Till HOT a LI 

1 1 h nomnr, rn \n n 

-i Htme th i m i- 
ni IK 01 (IX. 
  I NN ATI 



SmI on your Orders. 

EATING SALOON. 

F cowi menem wm an uj 
laloon wr have an Kali 
"...I. ran hr |.r.s-.irr.l al .11 
Hal ni.hi. .,,.1 5aa*« ,|, 
I.  .f ron.lamlv on haml all I 



rm NTS 



tiuMnmci 

HIlliWI .ml 

BLKA(illT  



J. R. ALFORD, 

BLACK SMITH, 

Stamford, Kentnoky. 

Goon rvvn-HttRM « k'rnm ku 
» »v. on han.l. nr made to ..nl.r .1 a. I..w 
Hjmm Ihey can I* h...i,ht In Central Ken- 
lucky or rlprwhcrr. 

0*0«.l! 



I am  Ui .ir- nt for th* tamM and heat aril. 

I l"" ,l r '" ■'•» " "»'«''v la r .nilii, 

rn. Tr.w.- STRICTLY OABH 



i.i 
■ rn 



We 



•tlCfttiirtl l i   

of 



READYMADE   NOTHING, , AM nanm ^MmL 



HATS AljTD CAPS. 



1,1  1 It I ^ IU 



MA. 



'nil rSlpsr. Mirnax l^ueaii.wan.. Tr». 
..npanj.-n., l'liihrellM, T'nilik^ Vali.v 

GIVE US A CA1X. 

'» K. It MATMM 



Mat 



KIM-s 

INipUr •Liimbrr. 

Tut mill Sawed Shiiiclos, 

— AMD — 

BOARDS, 

At the lJi« r T pri.*. f„ r t AS||. 

ORDERS SOLICITED. 



Li 



have an latina Hahp.n. when. 

I I r-..flhr itav 

i 

• aaarfkat .,:!.. .i- 
v i.t \ i t 



I l..r them to taio, 

A cmvenliiai i .1 K w 




nn .. 



■ ... . ■ a. ■ III- l 111 I.. It tTlfl || » 1 

and many who L,k Iu. k u .„ „„ w H i it „i iiv M,  he-nev  v Ki-h 



Ol one Hung, however, , „ 

wo mav inform them now, namely: CHir • 

objtvt ia t* detent v..:ir |- ; ■tindi.latc. niai • 
cut and abl.. ropub , can paper; Urf^ ^ ^ „,„„ ,;., ,.,, , ft ^ I 

on Press „bly eoniluc^l by Gil^u A ,;„„ ,„„, ,,.;„„ „'„,, 

Dunnui; Hopkinpv, le New n, ..,„.,- ,„ rl ,.., H( . ;„„„,, ^ 

M.,n.|ard.b  J, . Ilo;.,p r:   „,e,,v,ll,. „, . ,„; L ,,,. „„„,,., ^ J 



u mm., 

WAI.I..1IT, 



'to "theoM imkon b, w ke," with a child 

you will 
to re- 
. _ / ; and aueh 

* incideirtu and recollecUoua it will be our 
- delight to lying btkk to you througii the 



khjonging. To.uchwe »ay, y„ 
aw 1 find in our cnlumn. many thing. 
" mind you of the day. goue In- ; am 
incident- and recollection, it will I 



the old.nl, iu the Slate, and was -tarns! 
in 1 HOT. The Ix'xiiigton «»l»«.| v. r mm 
I!. ]«irter nn- lir-l published in the same 
year. In UB the Christian St«n« 
and Coininoimealth wna-tartid in I«Ma  
villc and is HOW doing veteran work for 
rtlw 



\v. riifi.ii, t 

Itepublicau; (;m,,up-hur,.In,l,. 1 ,.„de,.. iB 
«i,..Sp r ,„g,,e,d kcntucLKU, ...prightly „,„, } . rinf ^ hy ' 

,,.,sr pulilishui by I. V. Harbour, all „,,„, ,,„ „•;, ^ f ; 

«• during the year 1K7U , ^ rr ,  ( g^,.  uc |, „ , , in |(J nTTy (h( 

"'- ^"'n-' »'«i '^timoency 

will not Inviuile to do it. (hir. is a |m- 
iriotic party. Uur icAw. r,.„„'r, i* oiir 



w 



att rtti.i.s. 



MOTELS. 



and were fallowed in the 

the UnMrk .ui Vm titiawt, an ailaatraWi 

nudleal journal publiohej in L iii.- il . , 
,vid W. Yaiid.l! 



:nl 



by Dr 



/.\K\:\ li. 

Vi Darl 

ptAWr.NTtK H 

.M a a Mr. 

m 



, PriH .lrt.«.   „.rt 



I « '. 
! • .., | s 



OWSLEY, 

Main' anil Unca.ter Strert, 
Hlanl.ir.1, K y., 

rriMluoo uiiil 

M i:tt  h int, 

on i.kk ia 

Groceries and Hardware. 

iiN.'.v viti:, nt«mi . t.uvrrs *e„ ti 

Alaar. nn haml • full .l..k ef 
Bugara, Cofloaa, 

rr.«.3, rLonB, meal ana baoon 

Which will I.. ..1,1 m durw ngiiw., 
Wholoaalo or Retail. 
Carpenter'., 



I -. | win 

_ -h MM 

lh. m.-l fi 
Niaal.inl, K» 



il.i 



twrnucr 

O..I , ,,, t I, 



JNl 



'Pt • TV% 
ililinr* on 



I. II II \M 

STANFORD 

WOOLEN M CRIST MILLS. 



SEVERANCE ix MILLEK. 



UTANKOKIi. 

H»i  in -i. 



KENTUCKY 

 !• t H-k ..f 



\J ir. it. « in i-tf.,! riimiinfi 

«« will nmn-if:.* mri all -him.' t-r 

WOOLEi^ FABRICS. 

\...| .11 tli, ^i.i, al re i..n.l.|e print*. 

Hiahoat Caah Prio* Paid for Wool. 

We will rJaa arind tt)HN or WIIKAT on 
any day, ami ymy the loahr 1 ea.li |hiiv 



f..r 



PfOTlON», 



mm .lull 

i )..n.l ...I 

I 



*'"nwt Hltll .D.I |V|..| 



MR 

Surili lunw IU  m.1 i bunk. 



if*. 



I" )"Ur fitr diatani hoiuu. 
With thi. brief and imperfect an- 
nouncement, we conic lieforc you, afkin- 1 |", r " ' 

o^h „„ „ ..idly „,,,,; t:^ n \T^z 



agemeiit, and t haritublo. criticism from 
cur brethren of the Preas. 

1 



To Our 

: To thoK of our frieifla who have kindly 
forward and giv»n us (heir name. 

r our thank*. To 
o fo, w e hiv, the 
J do it the lKtUrforyour«.lvos 



ilnr. tkin of Messrs. i ami Tbeophoiij Mi 
The U , P — *» - '' ^* MathodW fl^m 

I-out.MlIe. m !«.,(» and was followed -e»iF liulletin acre ttortsj in the 

same year. 

Thi. brings M up fa t l, c p,^,. . . „ 



motto. 



• V*' ' '""" t ' ,u " 1 i' iv *' 

* 'thus,, wholmve m ,t done 
• • Many of our county m 



Midi 



iy of our county men have -uid to 
ua, "we intend to tuke your paper, but 
we want to »cc itttart lirst, and then we 
will give you our names." Thi. ia not 
tho w ay to do. If you denire to sec your 
county |«par pnuper, the way to efhvt 
this pr. sperity ia to subscribe at the be- 
ginning and |iay your subacriplMai It u 
only heo Mian | er year, and uhat mun 
cannot atlord to puy thin trifling .um in 
order to encourage the h carta and 1 
etrengthiai tho hands of tb,»e who are 
willing to tjfmi their money und their 
time iu building up a permanent news- 
|a»|ier at your ootiiity Mali How main 
of you throw awuy this a U ni every week 
or every .lay, jierlmp., in buying koiho- 
thiug of no value or profit to you I Tw o 
dollars ia but a .mall amount to a .ingle 
imlividu.il, but, in the aggregate., i | nni. li 
ua. Five hundred mime, mm lhi« 
inly alone would bring uh gJlMH). Thi. 

j bi S »""' " u«. U»l to each HawitMr 
alniiait nothing. 



A.  ; . ii^,ii„.s, r r i-i dkcand s 1 H,, 1 ,, 1 ,a k i V ,;:., yH; ;,^ UI ;;^ 

letcnui U the Kentuckv presj. 

Id 1840 the Ru.-.scU v ,!le Herald, a 
staunch Democratic i»ivr, Wm MtalattaaV 
cd by Mr. Rhea. The RieABOJki Ihgar 
t. r was Marled lour ye.n. niter ami ,„ 
*■»••! in IM by the Ixjui-ville An- 
reijjrr, Ui« Deuocrntic organ of our ( m 
nmt cili/cns, nl.lv mmm\ by Mr. Down; 
and the Frankfort Yeoman edi ed by S 
I. M. Major, nimble and ,lev„ut partv 
loader. 

Only three exiating MMN were 
catehliahnl during the dwadc lH.VMiO: 
The Cynthiana New. ( s|ited bv Mr. M,,- 
rey in 1810, and the Hcnder-on laiiiii |n 
managed and olitd |,y Spi.h l A" 



^\  • willuevcr -i ■ tii r niraauiaa 

•■'i...|»l l^rialatwaa 
forced social t^n.iTK^WouTT ,., 

ba*.re the indignant f,o» u | V e|.»w„f 

eitln r a Di ucratic or Liberal |{,publi- - 
can l're-i.l. nt. |rp 

An uaburfiar in kta^aaWti bad, l) ,NSi '" * " 4 ", 

Iil. life auved from an invaded houao- ' 

mmWi boll I I . ahjja by u Btkl 
he carriisl in hi. brea,t p-rket. The care a 
th . "»|ie.ial providence*''' 



lools ami I 

MM KKYK 

lOWlM mill KEAI'EKS, 

PLOWS,  SiC. 

ql   i - AAhM^-ajajMi 

ron 



BROWN 

Bleached Cottons, 



. .Ih^i.. naal an.l flour al- 
'.v'lV l 'r''MriTlC,.rv 

GARDEN SEED! 
spline of I89S. 




Nails und Steel. 



I K KI.N'UH, 
TABLE I.INFXS, 
NAl'KINH, 
lt»V\ I.l.-. 

wiiiti: 0OO0H 
( i.  iths, 

CAKSUJUIKS, 



Fum vmm. i inxti .vnmii-tiim 
k -.ni M , «„i ,i,„, n ..a FniiJah Mm 

i..nl«..rf|l. I^lirll, .. S.n. 

"... an ip. ..I, ..,|. I,, | I. , ih,. 
M4aa« .ar :..i |» M . n 
.r N..V* hill, r^reiir.1 f- «ti l.earf^oar- 



l.a via. 

K"-U ml *Kmm. l|,- . ,.- |l, i: . 



raiher mtUM 



in 18S8. In ma Mr. Ford issued ||„. 
firat numlar of the .Siuthern Shield at 
Owcii,l«,ro. Ne U year Mr. Kir|.|«„. 
staple eHtablishe.1 Ihe I^u.i-ville Volk» 
hint n. an op|p i,iiio orgiin tothe Vn/ii-i r 
In MM Huh. « | , fa* ^ 



|»i«3r» have ban s(a r :..,l imtmx Mil, 

j vU: Loniavillo Ladfar, BMrlfakj Ghm 

j Pantagrnph and Aihb.n l Journal, wdl 
conducted and sprightly jmpei . !.c i,!e- 
'thc Mia.is.ippi Valley Slagaiine. an ex- 
cellent literary pnper published at Lexing- 
ton and eilitnl by Jlrp. Stone, and th. 
Pythian mwm\ of LailtWlBi were first 
published during that year. 

Induing ihia rather brief akctch of 
ou. Slate mm we will reiterate our gr.ai 
hraiion at living together among such 

, ! ' m .'' ' '■ W    '»vc mmi It il said tha, tkt Illinois - , |T 

.lion the name of every paper and C .n-re*men dirlare tie maelve. iimioj. 

.'raied'anv" 77'^"' T "a" ""'"^ ''" fuV " r "     «»'- 
M) h " '«- .iu-- th. v do not . ,- Pn -id. ncy 

cur to our mind. , .. , \ . 



There is rumor that the Washington 
Daily Chronicle ha- l.-cu aold to peraona 
who will opi.w tl„. renoniination of 
t'.eneral (jruuu It i- .aid Uiat $40,000 
is the price paid. 



ilh l:iiMlcrn K 

\\ e shall try In make our pat. r nei ejita- 
Me and i;it. re-ting particularly, to the pee 

r^^r *:r»7^ 

T w T 7' " OW a ' ly ' 10 U,ar in our Much of their 

U»l by Mr. .Martin, tho present S.al, 

Binder. In In;.", Mr. Kilgore alarud 

the Ouiagow Timw, which was .hortiy 

lhllowe.1 by the Kentucky Adv.. ale, l.u'h 

l«i|K.ra worthily luaintainiiig the Deuce 

which ithxl 



FOR RENT 

A M U' 00TTA0B llANI1.-0Mi.1v 
'.mil. isMiiiiiniiiK thne ruumi an.l a 
kiulien, .ii„.i,,| ,, i„ mil,.. fr,, u , Hianford mi 
the Danville lumpilce r.mi. Apply at Ihe 
larr-Kiua Jot kn ,i. „iii )v  „ r rrw 

" f •' W. '.il.lt VM, l'r..priet..r. 



couulry ia aa U-auiiful and nretlaMrtwai 
any in the world, while her water i-mer, 
her timper, her mineral. Ate., are hidden 
mince, of untold wealth, and which arc 
destined, at no .'i.-t.ini i!.u, a |Ver Ic r 
1 " ' ."• .1 • ' ,.• .1 ... 1 . . 



, , I ...... -.ii™ upon our country at th. 

L -£r'« KLZJZiSuizxZ zzz. - 

nnoc« IevK.1 ujion your i, MW |a| flaaettc, iu * 
|«aket bmA to a«ur« it. If, at the end ,. , Wl] , tmttl 

^ 1. wlT If r , T n \ , ^ h ' Wb °* th,„ 1 i,,.i,: 

gar., we will. ,n g...| C. h refund to lii... j Pari. True Kentuckian, John S. , „ ul - 
■■' h the amount ait .u^rtpli^. We .1..*. the II,,K,|j. l ..ftU Kentucky im*.- 
work tor the goal of ourwa tio... Kg fi all 1 _ v „,,,,],,_ Wti u , u A 



your-mercin, Uarette, in I ^ ^n^^S ' 

i and popen were followod iu l.-n;r, bv the I I 



Wo. j ot t , i Jaa.ii.frTTr.it 

OTTER & BRO., 

- t.. ii ti:\ i. i /. „ii:i i.cit. 

aianiifucturer. cn.l Wholesale lajalera in 

Stovi'H. GimtfM, 4iistll.es. 

^aaaaa, tib  ..i kaaaMMi »ara, 
Tea Kettlim, 3^d Iron., Coffee UUla, Scales, 

73 Km Si.le^ iil, Sins l, brt. Main and 
Markel, I .'-villc, Kv. ).•:„, 




I am al.. 

T. J. ATKINS & CO., 

Maiiulartiinra of 

TIN, COPPER, 

A KU 

SHEET [RON WARE, 

R ..flag mt tliiii-rin, .lorn. u. „„|.. r . 
Y.ol aiH .l«e,. well ,„„„;.,„, |„ m | „„.] ,. u , 

■ 1'itHr. 

Shop up atair^ | v 



DENNIS & CLARK, 



i ■  THIN(I, 
aMX/IH 

MI-IKS. etc. 




EDGINQ3, 
OltfM, 



PhfBnix Insurance 



OaVART, 
IIAHTFOHE. CONMKCTICUT. 



llvMayiti s; 
:.:. •  .mm imi 



tart. 

lot o t. .... j I 

la-CBp-idlM kc k, 

Laaaataalal ,., USaata.... 




Firo Insurarico Exclusively. 

Filt -I VI.NTI I N VELVnTHB I IKK 
.MA haa rvrrrwhenr lava Its- anna it a. 
•*»• of il„ few a„Bi lin iic. i ..aiianie. „t ifii. 
.s...ni,, , .lari.o, .I,,,!, ,„„.. ,, |„. „„., ,„„ 
" ' M - ' ' ■ '•• t i.. ih. 

, .„,r. n „ , „ ,,.,„.„ i B( l ,X 

N " ••'•. •« BI..I   hi.au.. i.ver 
»?''«l»i! '• I--'', of l„i r . |,„ 

- T . :i;: m „;:: .?.;;7C \;,'W;: 



Notions 6ei«rftlly, 



all of which 
.rouiisiua l   -.11 no 
• ... I.l 1 1-. • |i, 



Wr have 

  "II KN W I I, .1... will I. 



CARRIAGE MAKERS 



North .1 

f?TAXFOIH), 

WM htm cn-Unllv on 

CHEAP FOB 



HIJpl I I 

A0ERT8 WAITBO 



b'l.M'l't'KY., 

haml and for ajla 
I ls||. 



f|wSB NATION. vi, BANK 



WAOOR SHOPS. 



 iia.s it iiatcukh. Mnum 

lorn,.,!; ut IBnoUk, Kf 



men 



Our 



i' good of ouraxa-tion. 
object ia to ailvaui* luriiu 
torialand individual htfata**, and if,,,,, 
will Itelp ua, the nnult will not he doubt 
ful iu the lea»t. Therefore, don't wait 
for ua or our aoliciu.ra to c. 
you lor your name, but cm 
or hy letter, and liave yuur n: 
U|jou our liooka. To audi a. 
nouree, wo ahull be the more |  
iu the end, it will he bettor f. 



nne and lax 
ue in ja'rMiu 
uu entensl 
i pursue thia 
mtofiil.aud 



ft .ml; 

It n 

t 

OraU, eilitor. Hickman I urier, Gesi 
Warren; Columbus Hisp.nch, 
.Summers; Carlile Mercury, HcuuVlor A 



mft to have regular wn klvr, 
porta mm that ipiarter, and hope alao to 
, receive (aitronng.. therefrom iu the way 
«t siil.-c iia ra. job work und advertiaii, K . 
| We prniiiU, Ihe g.aal pts.ple of lUt aeo- 
, lion to "do our Laat" fi.r thou,, and ghj* 
them a weekly rihumeof all the general 



Hopkinsville C onservative, J 

* Kc,.t„cky «.i.uetu., ^•xi»g.' 1 ; n .ri.';.;r,».w-'. mmr** 

an u b e and d ifiiifi.sl nai«.r  !1 II . ««i»t "iiruaii mm 

mm wijiauer.il. u. ,„,», |, r „, 1K . r ,„„ , ,i„.e.i, up thia way, | 

m iv la.ru upon their soil, and we are I 
m m\ faf lie i . M neighbor, and fri. una. j 
Km h i.i, n (anil women too)/o,aV like ihey 
had 1k.vu iiurturwluuiid such magniti, . aj 
M-eiii.y of fore-Li and licl.ls, l,r,«,ks and 
river-, a. he- conliguoua to and eml i a, , - 
the ruiuantic l uinlarlaiid 





w 
It 1 



MI.IN II. .IIS 



A Nhrr-wd Mtra'Uuut 
whutoaale grocer iu this oitT, who 
very rich in hia bu.-iu, .-, ,.„» 




4 ■ 



UarveJl; Hhi'lby villa Sentinel, A. 0. C 
Ellia; L'nicajtowu Democivat, CeoraaC 
Newberry. Iu the ^inie vim Dr. (rail 
lard i..u,sl tl„- lirst miiiiL i mt ih WM 
mm*l Jtichiiu.iid isikI I. 
rlMMMd itiH-oui-vill.,,,,,,! Mr. llalar.a 
aprighlly writer and JHotege of  {„,. I). 

hi. rule alaayawiB, witon mm^W« "^J^^'V^ ^ °" 

*W the local paper u f|.i.dc!.tor Solon, ,, ' " . Wtbur,u 1 '"cmuati, inv 

Ct^; u ;, ilia i^^^^r^^ 
«- ^k the 2 ";:r7- lL 

WtwtVi akjMd. W bvtvritbiv w. ,, 1 1, ' 

hiad-bt. K.;.lhe 'LilVi filll " r "' aU ' M l ' y Mr 

too um u, wake mmm, la ai 

•"".J"/* 1 ": •' - " ... aula.,,. 

ingij au a.lv.4|Bvwmaul U an evidauo 
of ftaakiioBa iluit laiiaiKBv. men ar 
.-k.w to oU-cric and ac? u,-.n 



•f Klt-UUI 
 iu.iilU.Ul. 

ing of the 7th, iu.t. MM 
• buiiinl at tlie landing al 
dviug a loaa of two huu 
drcd ihotiaaiid dollar.-. Origin of ||bv lire 
uukuowu. 



for. Main an.l Fourth Street., 

'-""-vh.i.k ki.m-1 t kv. 

Eoflttod and Uerurniahod. 

UN Hii 50 per 1 h.v. 
HATCHER  k BEIX, Pro's. 

WARNER & BRO., 

I LAI. I US |a 

Men's Furnishing 



am  m\m rifflUMM 09 
SIllHTSiiMUNDKItWAKK. 

Falls City Shirt. 



it. 



A «|.vjr in t'ai.uun 
hiSMaaC "■li' ajuiy ufTii. 
M.i|wui.ii.d ill acco.dai.iv 
urnal, a flue ^uiieiueuU in the SSJS. 



 mmmj 

iiiighlana was 
with Ihe ro- 
-\tler im.turc 



• Miirta.... 
fc ' ' Hhirt. 

■""K|U M.illa mule 

il Hbirta uiad. 
i. M,iru I.. , !. 



_ J— 

, iaatMaJ by (ubaou delll.l . lieu upon tile . „! , . |, 

'K»"U«g l uni.x.'tal,   '. o;.e of tlie me da i , w.l- a- kd .. h.ti con- 



■nler... 
oi.hr... 
•nUr... 



? .. tai 
II tai 

i ". no 
U no 
IH Oil 



1 Jl - I K. Al.lollll, 
i JABtW B HIH ■ 1 . 


1*1*1 -tr.. ■ 


COAL OI.Al.t.K 




mSMSaM Bi .oKi., 


...Br ..... 


J -K U. AI.H1KII, 


aula mm 


( ,.-u:v a vvumrm.^ 


HUB IbM 




rn t. t.n ii uut\ 

' Nunu Mala nuwi 




fviaaoa a lainna. 

v N-ik Mala am. , 


A. 


l—i Bm\ 



t AREIAIiFS IH l.lilES, KIM KAWAVH, 
Wagona, eot., 

■f ail kind.. 

Unequalled in Style and Finish, i 

XJM VIKIMi DOITat fliiiMITI.Y T»» _ 
d\mm or.h r Sucji a. luimiiih.', smiiliinn , fa 
■*.'■■ « to . lia where lo have your work diaae, 
" '"•ii )..,ii I • nicch.ttiii-a can ilu il w, li 

enongfc, TBY L'8 nM I ' |, 



Jau o m. .ii aaaa 



J. 



PEERLESS 
BBH-HIVEJ! 

Pientod 20th, 1871, bv 

S. PROCTER, 

Or Franklin, Kentucky. 
To Boo-keopora overy whore: 

I la- f,.ll.,.„, K ,.„ fe..elle.„ e 

a lew of ||„. ,,„„,_ th „ ,„„, • 
. ..lined I. r no line , 
I. It II uniple in 



|, .r ,i„, and ,'. Ine nuaal aaBily°~u_ 
II.U..M.I a... .d.le coiuh fraiae Mil, Wu~Z 



Man ii. ' SAM, 



Ji '-I I II M. . I l-l I II 



Craig (SiMcAlister's 

BARTER STORE. 



NEW FIRM ! m 

NEW QOOj^S! i 

Me A LISTER i. MILLER 



-■ The olilv MMJi 
Uruelioii i. • ! fee, 



i|uir»d ia ii. 
1,,'oU r, Ihe naila I 
aat .lid a few .mull t 
•  .r wiiiilutorv X,, 
hi«.k and eye, hiaga, 
ha. ilaaa, or ulawr ei^'waiv. 



r,|» 
ot a 

rivaa. 



, lb 



aary la Sam uto, 
if wire paatk la 
■re., MMI 
. i  ■  l tin, 
material la u 

• When nn.|a.rly uatd, ilk iw'n 
lor MMM aii-l M WtJM M MM 

winier u», ■MiiAImj iMpla Maiamfcai i 

- ' * «liileril»j "I ...I., n lea .* lh. 

uu r -t. ,.,,1 

V, IU '-piivf.a--h.aiev hoard." 

or honey Ur. ' j. eiilir. lv di.i,. UM ^ 
while il.e.h..,„l«r. may he csalrw i.sl t 
VondlUiai "I any .,. ,1 colonv of from 



ki . 



Ury Uoodn mm* Notion*. *J?l™?Lt7i,^^ 
_ HATS and CA^. : "",',!', T,'.",'" 1 

'"ue and MMf j, r. .|uired in liaral- 
«■ l lf llla m* * 



GOODS 

KX( HAM,.:.) 



llouU iiimI Sin,... 

Furnishirg Goods and Clothing. 

We have ou hand and are constantly n.-elv- 
ini; the luteal alyltv „f 

laiHlics' Dross (ioods. 



Ki 



I. ill, il« nil llie I,. » iliel I. .oil 1 1, r fuhrhw of 

i UIIIII . ,|,  



. of Ihepeaaou. tlur.l 

and Kl/TltUII laootuidei 
IpiukIu from T1IK I.l..- I 
at cI.ph. ti K uro, ue 



ai I, 



0REEN LUCKS 



H«'l    i.ihjm tlllon. 



iiurieulliirai |ui 
m dtHuiHiui: h'ieiui 

i"l " A'hUm. Ma.i.vilic Il,|,iibli%n. '1'. . lav ,u h. I.a.1 ,oa. Ia,i;' t), - lh, , ^Lii.'.', 

)'. i A. Ikavi.; Mt. St. . lii J|{ Soutii., 1, VV. T. lca.-t i...a»cl „f doubt ill my mind of tin- 

Hanly; I laSD^WfJfi VlJM, J A IWI; erillSf l glUt." 



TAMO* 



Tli. 



in, i I., 

Iillllali. il (. !,ev 
IN real a 



_ JU-vi- 
rie..d for irk. I 
kill. 

i« r..mUa M. 



riaa ai IMN^UMakiM iii IW ..... 

and d^ineiiuBu. for ~lf 

l.iii l .VII.I.K, KY 



DUBOIS, 

FAS i^^^ BLE WLT EDGE PAPER 
' 8 Furs i Straw Goods, 



iX 00 

I 
I 



■a 



( ISTOM W()KK. 



Th. 



_ , f MMM aiau ia 
i all., I I,, .mr .Usk of 



'•'•at. and the aroaa i. kj 

illialliel lie k I 

.. W '"'' - ',' elaini l,i U- iK„iiiv.lv 

u.oll, ,, r ,.,| uml , , „|| , i r , ,.„,.,„„.,. i, 

|,ro.i.l,.| a ill, il„ leu.l e M% .|B.ive und „„„l 

i rH«-tual drur. i, , thai lolura aad dU 

■ ■ ■ ■ f,..l lo . ho, o .l 

will d„ i„„„. i„ |, r .,u M .| ,|,e l„» from ,|„ 

**" " •..■•• U HIMa a, lhan all Ilia **- 

l«-ii-iv. iiii.I , ,e,|,| , ,„,,| 
and .ill ,,,„..., , , ... uHi.,,1 r fe.| |« 

' ■ The«..,i,.iiii,ii„„ ,,„ ), J| 
ami fuU eiid. in e.|,iallv aelliilher I 
or -,it|,li.. lIibiiiI,, r . 

a. A in. nil., „f .„„|| ,,,1,,,,;,, , 
'"*  »' "-'1 Ihe panic lo,. , ,„ „ 1H . „r mora 
in...! I. k.,.| in Mir|dua .-lunula-., OS 
the ne.v-.iv aalural warank from I 
■'.i.IiiusI i„i|„ |.„ M «| , huii,l*r. 

Hilar u.h.uu .... ,,,,„|„ l» l i iulm . n ,ied, 

»»al.,.. , 

in , valiiiiulioli of Hfteeli I 
i . In 

riaa. 



vHaai 

1. ,-lloM. 
liamwM 

I. IOO, | 

Ma i.i 



or more 

i.vviviuaBll 

iu die MMfaf 

..I, but 

rSmi 



■It* 



•.v.r any, ual all ..thw., ,,,,,1 
« oarAaiMN «i,s || 



I. 



CI Paartk SlHki, OppoalM Natiossl Bate I. 

 o • J I00IBVIU i hi 

. a ' » i m 



■I • 



vKitv tAwnucB. 

B% *» M • 

t 



Furnishing Goods. 



I arm i;i ; l,i- ullu s.,,,,,,1,. H [ %r 
' ' 1 " si.i I,,,,,,,, a.u. 



• OMR \Mi SKK 

KiMK AMI M r • 

! 't 



Umtt VXI. Willi UsS lh.a M 



I CaSaUMSS 
Ihe ilMMIH IS 
it Hart. 

*iu oo 

alar aad Meal. a... Saaa.l M 

I. n. lory »,|| |„ mU MM low lo ihoaa 

1, .Sllll || I,. |,„,, ., , , .,,„( ; I ,. u . ru B| | t . vmti1l 

t. r ant fuuher iufaraiaiiua » " 
ai.d ssl.lre~, |,(.ii.lv, 



V 



l ll « HlaiUM- »UlU|t, 




T, I i : M.MH'II «. IM2. 



I i„| liir« 

What ha. I- ...... ..f Ih. I. dr. ..f Tern 

plere, which, for • lime, hid fair In ,1,, an much 
goal In our town ' Wc .1., n ■ .1 In a, of 



we fear that • aplril .if 

.lahih.i i in. Mr Out. 



.4/1 IVimmiint'rvifirpri., rl'/Vr n/ rin 
ririf or Hlfhm rn/irrirf r, aA/iurd rV rxri 1 - 

 fr«arrf b. UH.TOS A VAMI'BKU.. 

fl«r I*, .Nbiii/W, A . 



Imitation Wnnr. 

The court hona- nip*ila, la finl.hed very 
anrh like amd .tone, and la an excellent iml 
Minn ,.f thai kind of rock. 



We wl.h 

• lodge In every hamlet, !.,«„ «„,| , „ f in , h , 
land No other a. let v of man la r.l. .iLl.,1 i,, 
do an much r»«l In lllrir fellow mm. I lii. 
1 verier haa lieen dlrertlv ami Indirertly the 
mean, of naming more falnahle anllla from 



A little arm nf Mr. T (J. Jaxemwriietwllha 
tearful arrlnVeil • *•« day. idnc», while MM in 
the wood, with hia rather, who waa felling a 

tree, a I I. nf which .truck th* little fellow 

in the region of the jugular rein, inflicting a 
•evrre wound ami can.lng the hlnnil to Sow in 
an alarming manner The flow erf 



Two 
llamhv 



rk, 



I MMMN 

young 



Ml 

men, named rhxrhannn and fried ai her rvaidenoeln thla plare.nn the 12th 
from Pnle«ki cmnty, ' — fc r | ~* *■'-*— ■ li l. Tlfti flilll. C. lin—ml f ll 

..I., our cemnty reewnlljr, in aann-h nf | a |* IV J. i,n Craig, I d. In the tenli yen, 

and having a few .mint, rfell nickel, in „f her air. after • Ion* ami pel"'" 1 illneaa of 

pnlineai.r. roraomptlnvi She have, a f.milv crlvod at Herrranee * Millet'.. ' 
dee rhildrer.kjrogirl.and three hnya. Mm gt*r Mre edvrrtiarmenta of David (tar 

penler Holier. 



Oil I I I |RT. 

 i li'ft(«in ft, fa jAtt 




IVrt fair in iT' - I 



mm nf which they attempted 

... pa., on «.me lad. in pnn herfng a few «p- nf tire ehildrer.touwlrl. and three h..r. Hhe Mr . 

pic, they were arreated hy onr aheri*, a«d, had h^n for a krikx^anv vrara, a iwrohrr of .^Jier 

lilted Ik* Chri.lian (Toll, and died in the full 



  lRHTl.lt MRU *• H#W ■f'TiV flrtH hata jll"! IT- 



mil lea, from 14 In l» nMtrV high, for .hlptncnt 
t.. Ihe ..,„„, prlnciaally, . ! .. ugh there were 



..n i. .vine an examining trial, were mmmii 

WM . ' . t_ l - / I , I_. I .1 il.„ A 



Hi 



Richard, the voongeat child of the late Mr. 
C Craig, I. i|itlle III nf Inllamnllon of 

-a ~ 



The "pnl.«.r folk, hare got inln ourennrta 
at I ..I on the i banc. t  docket, praying • .11 
mere a rierem axel ■ .... -. . What twit 7 



At the rnaiilrm-e of the bride'a mother, by 
1. ea N. II R to Mi-"T,Ulie Nerlua, ..f 

raanfurd. 



•••Mr* and la Prtowa ' 

Hanihy, one of the young meh who 
In our Jail la.t week, ia aick, ami haa 
Irmled I., the phy.i  lan of the pre 
hn. a-n fula. 



oflhri.1. 
Inlotientina li.pior haa 
greater dewtraeUon to hurt 
famine, and pewtlleniv enmhined. The long liet 
of name, which gn In .well the death rate In 
all our large ritie», canenl h» the u.e of rum, 
wntild ntterir antmind the oi.mI inrrediilolta if 
that li-t could !»■ made known ami clear In all 
who are ignorant . .f the facial 
hnvc iTiTn wrtllfit ftii'l ■ ) * i k i m 
omr, editor of the U I imm /ie»«.»v. j, Iml. how 
erer much he man hare dearrred rwnaunr In 
manr inataneea, it i. nererthrli^i true, that hy 
hi. |»n ami initio n, e, l„. I, ,. ,|,,„,. ,„„,.„ 
In ihe ran» of leni|»rane»' ami hnmanitr. It 
ia a nolorion. fact tiiat Mr I'nmeroi aoulil 
nwrer employ, nr, at Iraat would Barer keep 
In hieemplur.a workman or an employe of any 

«'"' ■ •»•" I" I form Tl.ee. 

ample of a*d a man not ..nl  ta  great gen- 
eral g.«.l, l.ulia worth, of all ,,„nniemlali..n 
8n far a. we are eon. v n...l, ii, , . .mil*, to. a .o.r 
paper, we inteml to foil,,, hi. r.k.1 eiample 
Thi. MMJ 

■grf« l— «h» fww with t.ir .th. r rmm lit* «li 
lufUUhe Iff who work, th* roller, 



Mfr thnn wnr^ now hrinff rapidly rehiiili 



the little 



The National (lank hulldlng 



• ill prearnt, when cmipleie, a refreahing con- 
Iraat to the ragged denotation around it. ll i. 
honed that other, who had huildingr hy the 
anme fire, will follow the worthy rtample of 
Una enterpriaing eorp..ratl «n, and that Ih.y 
will hare an eye to 
Hon of their huildlnga, ao tl 
*dh». r .inl.id in min.l.y 



lefault of Uil,tva| pear al tin* April hope of 
term of mi r Circuit Court They claim In her aufl 
hare rerelred the ait niekela in part change 
fur a dollar, In Ihe piirrhaar of a few c/wekera 
waa In- and ..me cfcaaae, which they bought at or near 
ll.,.tnnrillr, in thi. county. Tk» koy. may he 
ly .dlleea of nu r citi- 
n. an Inclined In doubt it. Al an£ rale, 
HH aum ia too an.all to riak a eonrirtlon ; ae 
Ha old ma rim i. the true and gMtrf .me, that, 
il i. better (hat ninety nine guilty men ahoiild 
lbs* that one innocent man abould 



fire during (Vi-lmaa, i. Il.,.t,«,ille, In thi. c 
•rtlitll on lh# •urnpniti ll /■iiltv, hul we, like 



I'leaarH immorlality. Through all 
ng., ahe waa uncnmplainlirg, and 
bore them with that courage and fortitude 
which only ■ hope in Chriet ran create. 

The orphan, left behind hare the aweet con- 



fro To W II. Anderaon'.dnifatore for hand 




NTA*roan m T4ii. ma 



. - ape, 




I In 
I if they 
• charge, they may he 



tenderly in life, i. no. a aalnl in glory. Her 
fnneral ■ *■ nrenrh««f at her home, on the 
evening follfiwinir, hr h*r helnw, pwlor, Ke» 
W. L William*, of If tmtonrille, fn»m the 
teit fminti in th. 1 4th Chapter of Mathew and 
13lh ffffW. A lanre ronrnorw nf friend* f..l- 



wrre Ininhe-hlr her kindred. 



I WawrRnt IO,OtlO pound. IVaoon in elrhange 
f..r merrhandiar at fieti. It. Wearen'a. * 

floMmtinu Nwar. Patent ahell crape col- 
lar, in plain black, ami black and white for 
  aalr at Neveranrr  % Miller . * 

I BaaviAIWa 2f»1pair...ftheceleb™ieiirvtcr'« 
cloth gaitera for eale at er-t at McAli.ter A 
{ Mill, r - • 



nf Wayne connty, who 




Mr K. M l-llmanand ( apt K O. Craig, 
rapfilre.1 a rerr large red bl rwoentlv, with 
their pack ..f hound.. W. aaw one of hi. I. . t 
ami it we. a. large a. that of a rat Terrier. 



the m "( inUi.i. .ting li.pn.r.. ami br precr-pt 
and riample tea. I r fellow nu n that indu. 



The firing term of Ihe Unroln ( irruit 
« ourt will . mmencr on the 3rd Monday | I Mh 
day), .rnetl month. No far, only a 
I ha. been made. 



i f .u. 



rtt.me, at ( rah f 
thn.ugli thla pla.e m 
cee. attend iheni. 



Total aladlnence i. the crowning feature of 
Snmerwl. W« harr twn l.algea of Hood Tcmp- 
l.r.,"nec«tn.lled by Hev K t». W K*.er..n 
W (' T., and the other by Col Tl„. I M r 
mw, W. C. T. fcrth M i„ . ItayMiaj c.»- 
,11, ion, and ar. riertiiig a great in«u.nc f,„ 
r.M.1 in thia community. M-ne imm. 

DK flE 




laaMMlljr Dry- 

The winter |«al ha. \rm unnaually dry — 
ao much ao that manr l i-'i m. harr not been 
half filled with waur, ami the road, were at 
no lima in rent h 



Where i. Mark Twain' Ha. he been deep 

ing? Why ha. he not give 7Vn„ 

upon the Ka.t wind* \VI„,b„t Mark c« ell 

ii. all about lu pemicioii. infloenre.? Come, 
Mark, let uahearfcm ftm\ \n Ka.t WW I 
Why, theftah won't lute when it blow.' I tame 
nf all kinda lie doling in ii. hiding place! 
The chimnev. aaaoke. the .lore wilt not draw,' . 
mirth. (Ire place „,!,., M .ill rtand  '" " h ". 
I.leful inflm-n.-r all the 



time., and a hungry man ia alwaya in a lad 
humor. Walking along Main atreet the .her 
dar, onr young friend Tom IMda, of the ..loon 
of Ommm A IK-IiK inritcd ii. in In lake, "bit 
of lunch." Of coiirae we walked in ami had 
enmc nice pig', feet, cracker., Ac. Much an 
ciccllent lunch we hare rarely, if erer, had. 
Ami it twly n«a  roll 'en i-enta' Trvilog* 
time, ami you will W the folly of ,«.ing SO 
or 75  vnt» for a "equate dinner" thai d.m't 



«'le»rk I a. 

The uiaer clock I. up, and the large bell, 
weighing nearly If Mat |aiund., will U hung in 
a .lo.rt lime ll i. made of tht floral bell 



We hare had l...u»ilen„( , r n'..m ham. 
and ead.llc. .hip|wal to our market thi. winter 
than u.ual W. .Ilp|.ar lliedeer M le«i plenty 
in Kentree. .-..unty 




The Warat   rop. 

Notw itli-ianding tlte arvrrity of the |«k»l 

thaaing all. rn.itclt, the wheat crop, alm.-t In 
errry tWkl whrrr it a a. aown, look, nnely — 



.hirering und. 
day long' Ho-Uml I. Wag „f 
a lad humor the children are maw, fretful 
ami prcri.h, and nothing .viikIii go right -  
long a. it ixintinue.' rtim ide. are far more 
fre., .n ut on day. alien the wind i. in Ihe Ka.t 
It i . truly, an "fill wind .Inch blow 11..I...I, 
any Baal " Korourparirwrwi.il that kind 
of wind cr,uldbral.,li.he.l fr, n. the earth. I. 
there no St Patrick to fa ,|„. g„„| ,„ r , with 
il. a. hr did with the frog, and anakea nf Ire- 
land? If -., our prayer a. . omr, «». Patn. k, 
come, ami come nun hK ' Kor four long day. 
and nielii, il„. afwjbk wlgal katg Iweu raging, 
fbir n.im haalioen All*. I .itli .moke the tire 
won't bum the 'are. of ir frirnd. I.aik long 
ami gbauiiy, and, in a an K*.t wind i- 

tfm in-tituti..n. ayawa/ 



W. P.   ataal»pll. Rgaj. 

Wrrlip the followil g noti.e fri.ni Ihe H'rd- 
... . VaUf T\mm, publi.heil at Kl.l ra.l.., Dul- 
ler county, KanMt.. Mr. CampU'll i. a native 
of our town, ami wr rejoice to are .11. ti mani- 
fc.tati.wi. of confidence in hi. inbgrity and 
ability a. a taaryer. 

Theattorner. and hu.inea. men of KI,l..rado 

have 11nan1m011.lv .igned a reeon -mlation 

for Ihe ap|.iintment of W. P Campladl, an 
alloraev of thia place, aa Judge ..f Ibr ISth 

Judioiai satrtM 



J rardka. 

We learn that aaw n^,ar priifeeeional men 

hat it l". oppraed In their "Code, of 
Now we eon.ider thla a afrea-A of 

behavior, for men of a+rpmfc. 
with thce«ceptlon of the mini.try, have 
from time immemorial, advertiard their bual- 
neaa, taeation, Ac , in the pnblU prinla ..f Ihe 
dar. We are no rrewon why the doctor or the 1 every 



Onr Aalveeaawera 

1 not .pace to call attention, in 1 



harr not .pace to call attention, in '.hi. 
iaaile, to all the a.1 verl i*em« nl. of thoae who 
harr coma. up with a hearty ahonlder to ottr ; 
wheel, rut in coming iamea we .hall take pleaa- 
nre in doing ao. We aak all who are our pa- 
per, to read nil the adecrtiermenta. They enn- 
lar. much reliable Information. We are anrr j 
that every one of the bu.incaa houar. ailvcr- 
h- -f in our coluinna, la lir.t 1 la-., and dr- 
arr «- .„,a  -- We hope to have a card from 
buaineea man and woman In oar town, 
atb.rn.-v ahoiild refua- In print the place ami Mnn- another laaue i. printed. 

of In- bu.ineaa, any more than the • . «. _ 

man of any other kind .houhl do an Aleaaader a Hotel 

It ia, in onr humble ..pinian, a mawki.h .ml Wr .all particular attention to the adver- 
force.1 aentimentality which influence, our tl»ment in our column, of Ihe above eicellent 
pn.fea.io mtl. tn de.i.1 from advertiaing tin ir Iml. I l-.-ited on the cornerof Main and Kighth 
calling ami Ihe phice wherethey may la? found. 1 .trect, l^ui.ville, Kentucky. It haa been 
The wiaret, Iml and m.at learned men in holh nealy painted, papered and furni.hed .plen- 
hare, .ince printing begun, placed dldly throughout. It la anough 10 a»y that 
iwnnancntly before the public, the proprietor, are Mr. and Mr.. J B. Alei- 
through Ihe mdiuni of n. « -pa|« r advertiaing and. r, for Mr. Alexander ia ton wrll known a. 



Thr genuine white 
ill be found at W. 



ailver-akin onion artta 
H. Anderaon'. drug 



Now la the time t. 
Kor fre.ii and genuiii 
deraon'. drug irtorr. 

100 barrel. Pri.l. 
Klour warranb^l to 
anl.l for caah only, at 



buy y..i 
I ereda, go to W. II. An- 



of Ke 



give 

(lev. 



I III ir- 

I ' We 



.ah.fne 



We .incerely hope that thia mawki.h 
mentaliam will at once l«- abandoned by our 
more liberal and enlightened pi 



a hotel man to need comment from 11.. 



■arm a. a 

Hb\ gRAgrg A Mil 1 ra have Juat lereived 1 
large alock ..f aien.', women.' and children', 
ahor.. a 

l.nn.ir. Ih-' «urieiil.-.| Ognlen He»ll 
and Hileer-akin Onion HeU Sir Nile at 
Ot». D. Wratrrn.. » 

PrvRHAKi g A aaalM invilee.pe. ial atten- 
tion to their l.rge and han.la.me atirck of 

jn.t re- 



(iloto 



New. Frwea  Nkrr 

We hope to he able, by the kind 
of friend, in other aectiona of our 01 
and in adjoining roiintira, to lay before mir 
reader, all general newa whirh may he of in 
tereat. Such r.|- rt. wr ahall try to have 
every wrek, and thua make our colunin. an 
fpilnme of "the newa" from all |a»int. where 
our |*|*r circulate., and render it |..piibtr 
everywhere We do not deaire long, t.ilioo. 
article., for .neli are rarely ever read. The 
greater numL-r of idea, in the fewe.1 wor.1- 
i. what we dreire. No matter bow indiff. n nt 



mm handwriting or a,«lling, a nd along the "" kv , "' 1U ' r "^ff, wi(h b 

iiwn. Wr hare, *~ 

■ 1 ■■-ulti -t.'-ir.'. 



On all thf turnpike* h n-ling out nf town, 
f"r a mil. 1 M in. n-, .jnitc a larife nmtilx r -.f ainl 
■NrllUur" h ive tuvn iTxt t.-«|, in aoiuc iimtaiirea KTtilrT tftMHI 

l '' ■'■ ■ U'i.«' mihI -.ulwuiilial. and in ll* |ttialt.  

all 1 »-»r* are mat aixl •■i.itif..rt:ihtr \m 'nif 
the more m.ll.vuble are tile rci.ieme.ofJ A 
l ytic, Thomu Hi. h.nl., Ilenrv ami Haniuel 
llailghl.ian, t^n., and tbut of Hr rg,- 



Mill al l.itrg. . 

The thn-e men who came here MM wecka 
«..«ml rw all ail Caw KoyeSiewartoutofka. 
line grey mar. and $K  in nmney, and Mr. W 
I i lUrnett ...it of a.me money , left lb. day af- 

ter n.l ..lily 01 f them ha. hern 

The olber. are at large, and « 
plying their r««-alily on arnie olber inm*ent 
h.aaaal panic. Pity 'Ii. that nil aprh 
7 cannot la* overhauled and made to | ay 

Iht ll eto.H-.. 



I ' .Maantr 

Thr to*er *%r mi our m w court Houm i-ih«- 
hM.I«out**»i pi.iv ttf «n l.ikt turc wr have mrn 
anTwhi-re, ami the pnlMlag N *I«-m-It nwm 
Id.- -tone, .iu»t It ha- tlk 
ct*'t!e of that in .ii .i ii 



I muat ft.k my cu.tomrra to come forward 
ami active their ae.-uunU, a. I ant greatly it. 
Mai of money to |ay what I owe. I mm that 
all who are indebted to uie will heed thi. no- 
tice and give me aid. a. arom. 



. ... ... '«* .. 1 ." ay 1 ■ ' ' h 1 

mm il aWaa, gal will thank wm Maal I i 

audi tnrtible ami kindne^.. Perwm. nnacen-. 
'• jnl to ..riling IctU-ra are not alway. gi..l 
,/nmarian.. and it ia not cf.|.ctcd that lli.y 
a. ill nl.nv. eaprea. them« lve. correctly 



To tin i-c of our friendau ho !.. re giecti u. 
their adverti-ing |atn.nage, we n'lurn our -in 
twee thank. Such ptra.ll. deaerve. and u ill 
receive the cil-tom of the p.il.lie No I. II, r 
inveetuieiit can iar raaaie, 0ec:iii.e it relnrti- 1111 
amplr rcwan! for all that may la? thif ev- 
|a nded W. hope that all our merchant, an.l 
olber ku-inea. men and women will edvi ru- 
in our rol'imn., ami we pmmiar toila-oiir 
lm»t exertion, for their intcre.1.. Now i. the 
tint, to begin llalp ua, and w. will hvlp yon . 



S"W Rllllat. 

that the prominent capilali.ta of 




[It gratifying 
a of our own and other 
Slate., in richangefor thi. journal Pa|a-r- 
of all mtmm\ .ha.le. of opinion, will have a 
b. in i »vl. e on our li.t. 



Thi. tribunal ... in 

U.I mm being rat 
though the matter, in 
much o«lae |ileiire. 

A «..mmI ■•aprr. 

The I*aria Tur A'ca/«c*via i. among the 
ableat and beet conducted |«|»ra which c.mea 
' ' Um the Veafac*, .laWv.tr of 

Itanville. il War. the mm.. ... of .killful man 



We mail a copy tl our fir.1 i-ue to a num- 
_.T  «" m.p l.aiit" and other, livmijata di^ 
M. kbjwrla. all of which are the S ,. na-t Un.e, in order that they may are what kind of 
r.-.d th. the Iain, ill, jale, Ihe Kanlelice id . |ai|.r o. propvaw u  publiah, aad tin. .aeiliua. 
J110. lii. en. i.. in our opinion, th. Iiaml wr can affopl ihrm for ailvertiaing We boj.- 
M.nu.t frame ilwt Hum in the   ounly , and tin 1I..1 vawb uoe to about a MALKF.t' cpv j. a-nt, 
collagia of Judge Kiulley, J W. I.ilbam ami will not only remit u. two dollar, for a year'. ! DF, |  a rn 

an II T k adai III , are neat, .ty li.h ami awjjatriplion, but »1». a-nd 11. in a i-ar.1 for ,1. Monlicello have arrured the prirllajwof waak- 
On the Crab On-hard nad. arveral 1 arrtlon in our advertiaing minimi.. Our aim . |i.bJajl at that place a Nati.uial Ilnnk, with / 

n .id. n.-e. Imi, l.v 11 . re. I,d lo dltler i. 
■ nl (artiee The »ame tM be aaid of Ih.ae on 
Ihe llu.l . null, pike We like to notice eitch l« 
evidence, of ta.te .ml improvement, ami ho|a  
thai many other, will foil... the aj 
til we have a cmtinuou. line of 
mile, out .«i eilb. r r.Mid 



oticr dk Bra. 

We call attention to the canl of Otter A Bm 
in .ur adrcrti.ing column.. We know theae 
gentlemen Ui la  men of line l.uainea. ra|acity 
str-Vin their line of bu.i- 
to punhaaera. The; have 
in ar.-urlug tin- atrvirc. of A. 
T CaTa\ „f Uiuiaville, formerly of S..mcrarl, 
Kentucky, who ia a worthy ami buaineadikc 
. M o .nil will he pleaeed to have all hi. 
"id friend, call and aoehim al the alxivc named 
bullae. 

Onr Hotel*. 

Wc venture t" naeH that no place in Ken- 
la than our 
thia r.-[.. 1 all that any 
d their price, are aa low 
a» could lie elprcted for the accommodation, 
afforded. In hat, the wonder to ua ia that 
th-y can afford m excellent accnimoda.iona, 
in 1 pla.-r «. n.m..tc fr.1111 the city where ev- 
erything i. abundant with which In .iipt.lv 
1 In ir Ul.lea. We are gla.1 to hear them .j..- 
kaa of in terma of kighi-«t praiaa wherever we 
go in our 



Mm. |»r..n. -.:ir,r greitl; wilb t,., Iha.hr, 
and will be glad to lean of a certain and 
|iU a«aiit n nirdy for thia diatreaeing malady. 
Take five parte of Chloroform, one Jiarl of 
■ iMirii of I. .line, om.' |axrt of Carbuli. acid. 
Mix, and apply to the cavity on aofl entton. 

In.tant relief ia the reault. The ala.ve pre- 
« ripifnn waa given il by Dr A. K. Merriixan, 
I ahtahl denial aurge..n. and we know by e«- 
|»rience that it „ an elcelletil ninedy. 



nttarhnd. * 

W. It. AwnCRanw reviueat. ua to aay to hi. 
cu.lomer. that he d.m't expect the money on 
their acmuntafnr Maj but re.,ueata that all 
who owe 

a 



Oo to 



milt 



fut a ti' 1 !.' (if clioire 
lunch of ham ami egg., 
and other 'Vielicarie. of the  caat.n." Morr- 
over, you can buy ant ...lantity of lii.  u|« rior 
j ale, at l/juiaville or Cincinnati price.. He ia 
agent for Templeton, and can aell you a bottle I 
full or a thoiiaand bottlea full, if rou want I 
them 




W 

pri.ing trad, 
.talement neraaiiinaliy, nf the market for .trick 

«t St l.nii. It will he eery ar.-t'.lde d -t | 

leai, to all oor trader. We publiah aome of 

at 



\V. have reeeive.1 a choice lot of garden 
ami field arad from the Department of Agtl- 
culliire at Wa.hingtnn, which are intended for 

of 

Club who will pn.nii- togive- 
them a rareful teat thi. aeawm and report the 
re-nll to the Prcidenl of the Club, Mr. John 
I Murphy The reed can W had hy calling 
on II. T. Harr,., 
Parmer'. I lub. 



The Trotting llora* Aaaociation of the town 
of Kranklin, Kentucky, will hold a Home Kair 
at Ihe Kair groilnda Mimetime in the .pring, 
the net pnicceda of which aie to he B| 
ated to the impn.vement of the Kranklin Fe- 
male College ground.. We hope it will he a 
will be anme fifty 
in train inn hefe at that time 
anddoubtleaa will be made vary intereath 



We take pleamire in refering our reader, to 
the advertiaement in our column, of Winter 
A Kraua. They have unhand a aplemlid 
.tuck id genta furaiahing good., and have been 
fortunate in arruring the pnlile and rotirtroua 
Jame. K. Smith to wait on you. (iive them a 



BANK 



It.' port 



'OKl.lltlolt 



The Farmers' National Bank 

OF MTANFOIID, 

tkw of 1 .11 w - 



M .HUntVH, In IW Ntau nf Koniurkv,* 



I'.ttH.at. I ri.h f In 

II if" 1 f iK „. 

Itaaaa, Wavy II 

1, , 1 . 1 fv- 1 ■•*] 

rVT«r, feppNnf 

nmalhT flaial 

Ma| I* NuRar Y m 

•'he ■ .|iint:tii.Mi« 1 in hmctm an.1   th«r f 

rrfall ptira*. A mmiII  l i U fnacta tnr I 

from lbr  Mhntra taurM mhtrt uk. n la am 





friend J. K. Prm'tor, of rranklin. 
We IvaTe recently w*m» a th..roii»rl 
|ka«f hb H lW.er*- ltee Hive" an.1 can 



Mcfartr, K«| , nf lUi f-ninte, who 
til lartrr tt ntra  t  r on the FtimU thtown nnH 1 the puMie that t! i», in our judirroent. juat 
I'aHixah railnwt.1, ha* «u«- l the CtMMMf fcf »hat he 




than it ha. been for the pa.1 year, and it till 
continue., without pruaprrt of Iwing any bet 
ter aana. Ana^undant harve.1 abate ran lift 
Ilia burthen from the |w..ple. iiur advice ia tn 
take your I ounly |«|. r and keep uul of debt 

A New l*apcr. 

Wa have receive.1 the fir»t copy of the 
dmenai. Fkrmn't .Idoanifr. a large, ably con- 
ducle.1 pa|« r, publi.hed at Jarkaiu, Tenmwaer. 
It U the olh. ial organ of the agricultural o.n 
graa, and dewrvea .u.veaa. We ahall la. glad 
to place it on our exchange li.t. 

Nat in n l. 

It waa rumored aometime ainoa that Fount-- 
alia. Brigham Young, who burned hiuia lf out 
gf the Caa.ytMUnlyj.il. few waeki 
who wa. arvarely woumled by the olB.v 

ZTiTi. dowl'y recotrrtaf 

Plrullfal ■ « Hanral. 

A few .ear. .go 1 1,, re »,.„. ,„,| . half dnacn 

i.e houa-a in and ar id town. Now, there 

mu.t be twenty five, and the* an- all rilled 
with g..Kl crv. k i„ Thi. article, a, cheap 
ami excellent, ia a luxury we all enjoy ill the 
hot daya of aumiuer. 

C'aal Tliawka. 

To Mr. J K. Alfonl, Ike extenaive «al uier 
rbaut, the manager of our publi.hing office ia 
indebted for . pn-anl of aime very auperiiil 
hi., k coal. If thi. i. . s » lut„, of Mr. Albird'. 

why il 1. tb.l he i. 
  il about .... ,i 



Wn.taat. The la.i. of the .nit i«. aa we 
that Mr MeCarty, uinlei tlief'ivil Kn- 
r'. taiimate.. umlert...k l i . on.tru. l in r 
lain aM*tiooa i f the .ol. « Matt 1 all.. I for onli- 
rt ami m$   xe.  i.li.u,., but whirh 
to he alate ami flint, and hence much 
difficult andcx|a n.ive to move Hi I n. I 
uw before the Ihard of f on.trtictiou, I. .it 
the Ik.anl refuecl to grant him any relief, hem.- 
Ihe ..lit. Kminent eoulia l I 
ujMai rilbcr aide, and the ca 
one of uniiaual 
decidedly for Met arty 



itlneut 
"nc..j.ap»T 



inn. "tl 

We do 
pud," bill 



heal bee hive un the 
 t ina-rt thi. a. a mere 
mean m * eaW we aty, 



ml. r..l lor -. pall ». ,r. 



and li..|w ourfrieiid. who deein- giaal brc b 
will and Iheir tinier, immediately, f t Right, 
and hlv ea. 

Thr OM Baak Bulldlnxr. 

Mr. Alcnni tta.k, |axrtly in eicbange for her 
building add to the National link of Stanford, 
laa-n engaged the banking houar now occupied by them, on 
prwiui-a-. to In. lancuater atreet. We learn thai, after the 

Hill A 



intelliirent 

and thowind. of other .tuck, aurh an inrtitu 
to all men whu m.y trade in 
of eountrv. 



Fatal i. t ltlt nl. 

Mr. John P. Harria, eon of A. C Harri. of 
rlnnon, who {.dealing in coal at Pin. II 



mi patnmugr, a. he ia a worthy | 
fal one of the many enterpri.ing 
of which Stanford ia pn.ud. 



Knogville branch, while 
lk n. ro.- the freatle work 
ala.ut l'i fivt high, mi~wd hi. 
to the ground, killing him all 
Hi. arm., leg- and back were 



xttng i 
which i- 
Irll 
I. 



change .hall have been ■ 
Alcorn will .avupy the old lank a. a 
It i. a very Mailable place for an ofi 
ahall he glad H greet Iheni 
aide of the atreet. 



« Mir. II llenin.id. 

Mr John S Hugbea, Jr., who wa. Iiom 
id raiard in our town, and who ha. Ia.cn 
r a great number of year, one of Stanford'. | Our Woolra and lariat tlilla. 

•I" ' I- men haul., ha. re ved to I.,u u ,„, .uhurb. of town we have a 

will enter the large and n liablc omophju- wiaden and g rial mill., now in full 
running nnler, under the care of Meat. II and 
R. T. Matlingley, leawaa. Corn, wheat and 
rya uw ground by thewr mill, al all hnura, 



enter the Urge and n liable 

mmmk dry g,* d. .at.l ..ent of mm J. 

M Kolin-m AC.,, aaaaaleeman. We nude, 
.taud that Mr. Hughe, will travel a great 

deal for hi. hotia*, not only in Kentucky, but ^in*. ,i aT „ r ni^ht Bn r} n || kind, of w.aden 
in th. a.lilberi. Sl.t.a, where he will douhtUaa MMn m h ^ n , imduding jane., linaev, 

mi. t.ith many old army friend., he having I ^j, „. Bn ,|^ blankeU, carpeting, etc , etc. 
la-vu a gallant officer in the Confederate army, ^nrourage home indu.lrie., for in U'liefitting 
and wa. one of the ch.aen dot) priw.ner. who ^ m 
were pl.ce.1 under fire al   'h.rleaton. Wc pre- 



dict for Mr. II. .i.ii i .-.ful future. 

N « lUuilT *H ii 11.11 ng;. 

The Dirn ton. of the National Hank ol Stan- 
lord have pun-hiwed of Mrv. Polly A. Alcorn, 
her large, two-etory tre pn.tf brick building 
on the aiuth aide of Main.tre.1, the luwer part 
of which they will lit up in .uperb atyle, with 
all the modem inipmvrmcnta, aa a tanking 
Vault., office., .v. , A. , will all be at- 
lilh a due regard to c..mfort and ele- 
gance. Thi. building i. in the very centre of 
trade, and i., by far. the I. -i location in town 
for their buaitiea.. Such enlerpria- |. Worthy 
of roiuiuendalinn, .ml nliecl. cn.lit uputl the 
aagacity of the men who conceived and carried 

"Ul ■ ' lie a- ! -Ol Ihl. 

hank demanded .uch a change. 



In 

Wa learned Mr 11. II. (iiraw.n of 

Mnnli.vllo. Wavne county. Kentucky, that the 
enterpri.ing citixeiie of that pla.v intend lo 
ere, I the coming aprinf;, an elegant new gaV 
lege building in plnce of, and on the rite of 
the one which wio. de.ln.ye.1 by fire la.1 year. 
In addition to that, aiuie of her ajajajaj .iU 
Doc of ...ir lead- 



ak-lMaora. 

Thi. article i. aaeaaenttal to the work of an 
editor aa .ny other one thing. The fact ia, hr 
cannot get along well without them. Thi. 
office, and that of our publi«hrr, an- indebted 
to the clever and efficient clerk, Mr. tieorge 
Hopper, r f the grocery houar of A.her I Hndey, 
l p, and to that energetic and enterpri.ing 
ruling firm, Mc Ali.ter A Miller, for two |*ir  
of eieell.-nt a?ia. ra, with which lo do our 
clipping. M.y .ucrtaai attend all of them. 

The Uaw-tiruliaral Prce*. 

Nu . i.uiitry in the world lia. an abler ex po- 

Ihan our own, ami we ahall feel le.nond and 
greatly benefitted in receiving an exkn.i.e 
exchange among Ihia claaa of publicationa. 
We ahall have a g«. d word lo aay of many of 
tl.eui which we have learned, by long «-X|a'ri- 
ence and obaervatioll, to honor and atlliiirrfur 



I crate army, to furniah u^ iioraaiolially, with 
I larwa, interatins bi.toriral incident, of the 
; lata civil war. If he ahould be able to find 
I no to write them out, we can proruiae our 
' reader, aome vary entertaining n-eding. We 
.incerely hope he may be able tn favor ua with 
many peraonal and general incidente. 



MOCK ITI US. 

wa. a lively day in lianviiie. 
ur .Ireet. all duy aa. large, 
lilted with atockofevcrv 
truth of the matlar i.-- 
Danville i. getting In la- a great mm market, 
andiade.tine.lt.. take a high rank aa a tra- 
ding point. In addition In Ihe regular trade, 
from thi. and the adjoining countiea, we aaw 
arrcrnl new facca on our -to. !-, laid Monday, 
prominent among whom wire Mr. Minima, of 

Wa.hingl.,1,, Mi Mai of l..gan, W. II. 

Fant, of Warnn, and W. II. M.a.n', of War- 
trace, Tenneawe, buying and arlling atm-k. 
Kor particular, of the "daya' doing.," we re- 
fer U, the following report, of Ihe auctioneer.: 

By A. (1. Talbolt, Jr.-U head yearling 
ninlee to P. T.tientry, ttU, 1 pairlmnle. J?74, 
I mule nM| I mule -It... I mule colta, oow- 
n, fSI5.;rV, 5 K-yr. old .teen., good, ttl*; 2. 

yeai'liiig. J'iT; 4 common calve *18*90: 10 do. 
♦fT; t g.a.1 young calvca $'i!.T."i; ll common 
l-yr. old. $at , 10 o.mmon yearlitr-1* 1 ""; 11 
common 2-yr. old. B tl., hong. 



.ta.it iter;. 

f an. .ml fuaaieal. 

om lm.ru 

I* H. K ii. I. i ■ io.   lo i.l.n .n 

l .mm jt^lcnimg .n't h -ervi  Agent. 

nlhrr N.iion.1 FUaka. 



ti.u,.ta « 

170 M 



1 ..... i. over our buaineai directory ! Nee what 
.top. Stanfun! haa taken in a few year.! We 
intend to make thia a feature of our paper. 
Itu.ineaa men, are you not determined Ic ad 
vertiae with uaf Wa i-an make it greatly to 
y our interval to do en. Tell the purple who 
and what y»u ana— iajk you have (oraaleAr , 
and then we will voacn 




Pv W. M. t'arpenter-lS calvea $17; 1 yoke 
gmal oxen $87; 1 yoke find-rate oxen $1*0; 13 
rearling., medium, mule. $o8.5t , 7 couitnon 
calve. $10; lii g. . ..I yaarling eatra do. $ - JrJ.50, 
1 yoke oxen $101; 1 mare $80.&Cr, 1 do. $80; 
1 plug Baa if TO; 1 jm mule. Mm) 1 pair ex- 
tra g.Kid ii. .I ^171, 

By T. D. Engli.h-20 head good 2-yr. old 
•teen $17.7  10 head common ateera $00.06; 
8 calvea, common, $12, 1 errnb calf $10; 30 
head .alvca, mixed lot, $».7S; 1 lot yearling 
withdrawn, $nK.Vr, plug 
$40 to $l(X).- *dr«af.«l  

Mr. J. E. Bruce, one of our pmminent atock 
men, kindly offer, lu aaatal u. in keeping our 
reader, poated in regard to .nl. . of .lock, Ac. 
He n-|.,rU aalea by executor, of the late rN.ni I 
l.u.k, deceaaHl, near Lancaater, aa followa: 

Aged mule, add from $87 to $22A; yearling 
mule. $4»fn7ri. Hog»-$3 t«X.* 00 per 100 
tba; wheal— $1 65 per buahal ; com— $2 JO 
to t 75 par barrel. 

Mr. John B. Dickcraon .tarted aooth one 
dav laat week with a bunch of mule., the prop- 
rrty of John Hlodghill kaq. 
Thi. i. the third lot Mr. 8. haa aoat to that 
W. learn 

he got fair 




To Ike Voter* of 1 

HAVINO KIM.KD THE 
Sheriff of thi. county during the part 
and thankiatg tlx people for their .op- 
|K rt in elevating me to that ra.poa.lhia nrjwi. 
lion; I now declare myatlf a candidate lor 
on — aeauring them that I ahall, at all 
inn.-, la. readv lo a-rve them faithfully in my 
•.pacitr— If elrcted. . . 

W. O. SAUJtDERf} 



Bissohtion of Partaerslup. 

The partner-hip beretofnra rxiating between 
W I*, trw.ley and Jtio. M. Il*« be«tertcr. under 
the flrai name of Owalcv A Koche.ter, i. thi. 
day diaaolved by mutual enna-nt. 

All pcra.iM owing ua on account, or t 
 n ni.ile.ted to cail and aeltle ihrat imm 

W. P nWSUiY^ 

j m. wx iiafrn. 

Sliinfonl Kv., March tilh, IM~ 
The bu.inl* wTTf ha eWt 
return, 
tn 



_ Rocheater, who re 
™ i lor the libtwaloai 
-- ,|U|ion him, and » 



TEE NATIONAL BANE 

Or Hlann.nl, 

In Hi. NUU of K.i.i i. Li al til. vliae of 
buatuM. I . . lo . i n., tali. 



aulicit. I 



I take plea.nre in 
M. Kochoter to my 
generally, and hope 
latnmage to hiut aa to 
He.be.ter. 



Ill »« lu Ei 

l/ata and tla-oo.u 

Ilvrr draft. 

I M. Uotal. h. ai-ur. Itreulatlun... 

Hue from Kateemlu. .1.1 1 1 Ageliu 

Iiu. fraa .aher N B ,|„„al - 
Daf fro... 
IWiiUi 




On the 10th of February', about tutu o'clock 
p in , a beautifully bright rainluw hung like 
a Im.ken an h in the Eaal, ranting one end aj 
ihe railroaxl bridga at Richmond J urn lion. Al 
Iraat, ao it appeared 
Such . » .•»•■ la very 
No rain waa tailing at the 
HUuie il came of .he vapor 
lh« 



I jirrent Cxprnaa. 

■U*.ii TlijiTiT; 



IxwalfccBa, 

t^tl-aalTirrV^ 



Il.'.l -11 II 

'I.3WI M 

tvi.iaw oo 
jii * - ■ i u 
s.aat 71 

X,4^t 25 
.1,1.11 III 
«n a 

I.1IW 4t 
III. w 

t.vta 8" 

IMI TH 
tat 17 



Ww. Ball. E- B. Cald*!.!*: 




I. ... lu N. ii.ii, ..I Hu.ka 
•Vke. Bank, ami 




Nearly all the 
ing the preaeut year, have an offiiv . .. Ihe 
waat aide of Lancaater .-m el, in a row. Some 
day, when they 
awje (wa believ 
to la- hml dowu the n w, and Ijieu the |. ido ..i^, 



will, 



Yet how 



know bow l.. make it. The matter i. reudered 
quite eaay, however, by uaing a kind id yea»t 
are all in their hole., a V . if i , for axle by Meat. Injun A (rw.ley, drug 
they «|. ll it that way! ought 



Id be rid of thu uu 
lea.t mi far aa t 



fraten.iiy,. 



Mr. M. tl. Hughe, inform, u. that be will 
.land the celebrated in.ttiug hone, Vermont, 
and Ihe aplemlid rare bona. I'..... Dick al the 
.table of M. C. Portnian near thia place. A 
ran op|.,rtunity will be ottbrded Ihow of our 

.peed id 



Vour ..uul." s« -«l Now. 

We invite attention lu the advcrtiauuenl of 
Meat. Dunn AOw.ley, druggi.l.. North .ide 
Main rtreel, who leave for axle fnab "ml genu 
rden ... .1 YYe know wl 



fn»b, Wing the pnalu.e of la.1 year', crop, ll 
i» very impurlaul lo buy only freah «el, a. 

II uot germinate after the aac- 



lalned . ieorge from the family of Bt ly. Pherigo 
Eax . km., ing uncle Ben to be a man who 
would "train a child in Ihe way be ahould go." 
t roirge came to u."a .'hip fn.ul the old block," 
but in the «b..rt apace of . ... week hi. 
have male him a prr/eat "axxejL H 



A little 



Th.. Ht,;-; 



l y refen n.e I ir column, it will be .eel. 

thai W li Baumler., lbeprxwulilieuiub.nl, 
annouuec. hiiumlf •.aiaiididau lorre^lecli.ai 
. Kuiuor i. lo the effect that we are lo have 
■pule . u u in la I ol euhdl.lale. lot the office .xf 

.hcrirt Why don't you 
T 



of Mr ti. L. Memhon, of 
rawntly by her par- 
ent. admiui.U'riiig t«. her a d.ae of morphia, 
thinking it waa quinine. The timely arrival 
of a phyaician, who uaad the uaual antidote, 
tn Madonna, aavad the child, lifa. Why will 
people keep pniaill about theiu Ulllabellval * 
l et thi. be warning lo all- 
Oar 
W , i v | 
our jourm 

artonl u. great pleaeun- to receive all ftrat-cla— 
lagaxiuo. mating on thia mallei, 

i to 



Agrleallaral t .v 

ti t Ui devote at lea.1 one column of 
d to agricultural matter, and il will 



We wi.h lo call attention to Ihe fact, that to 
our own knowledge the wholeaale men hunt, 
of l.nii.villc were never better pn-p.ml to 
deal mm liberally with our u.ercantile peo- 
pie than at preaeut. Thev have pun-baailfor 
the .print- trade full .t.. ; k. .1 agora, which 
will enable them Ui aell at «tiata. lory privt.lo 
all who m.y give theiu their palninagc. We 
feel iiiuttdeAtl thai tbiaa whu will call and ex- 
amine their mmt atul pi ■•«.,» ill not go **V 
without buying. 



Wa have forgotlen 
' Of " aat, Iml if y. 



Il * i). they wiU . ' - you tha aat aad axil 
il io yoti at a n .H. aad yow ■* ' " 

thi. nol.ee. 



It MHiictiuice cwu pretty dearly to kill a 

.big We Ulidcrataml that , acck. .line « 

man kill.d a flue hound that brlonged lu a 
gentleman living near I r:ib ftrcbard, and llic 



aillioulue youra.l «., pal*™ at»l uiagailiu- mating on ihU maltei 
j and ae promiae Iheir pukllaVar. aad. editor. I 
« give Uw .ucb editorial meutluu a. will full 



nault before a jury wu $o0 daiuagea, t., be 
P....I to tba owner by Un, man who killed the 



tha-ui for Mich eti 

I ml. , ih. in a epporli uaol, oui t oiigre* _ ■» ■» a» _ — 

.ion. I Di.tricl will la No. 8, and coajjaard of! * •*! It*** tit. 

the Inlloaingcouiitle., towit: Wayiu , 1'ula.ki, , QW nadere ahould notice the raid of DuboL., 
1 aiieoln, " i.rrard, Ik.vle, Mercer.Uniu, Adair, ."The Hatter" In our advertiaing coiiuai.- 
( -arv, Madia a. Taylor, ami Kua.ll, and con | and give hiiu a call alien in liar city, if they 
tain, a p .pulallon of IV. ICO. ' want a good Lai ami . pe.fv.1 lii 



Another t aaf al* 

We learn thai a lad. of our county 
ooaaoaad the other day from the wa of.ka. 
of Crab Orchar 
in an old copper kellle. Of ooura. it -aa) 
have marn lha venligru fnmi the vxwael. aa* 
not any component (art of the axlu, that 
. .in. -I thu boaeuatng, aa thia kind of alia, 
when iua.1. ia iron vaaela, aa il ahould alvaya 
Be, ia quia aaimdaaa and a 
akdieiaa 



A «« lille "X olorert" IHX. 

There i. a renpectable "colon.!'' man, a citiaen 
of our town about lk) year, of age, who, tilltill 
he wa. about 50 year, old.wa. blai'k aa any »ue 
•luiuat. Fur the paal 10 year, he haa been 
gradually growing while, untill ha ia now 
marly aa while aa any body • Ur. race, hand, 
■ruu. dw, are a clear while. 



Whitney '► M—Ual flatw hi Manh ixa model 
Mr Whitney give. m\ •■■ the leading 
a very interoeling d.-ariplion of hi. 
ailventurr. "Down the Miw.ia.ipi," thmugb 
New Drle.tw and Havana: and although ha 
paaw-H wiioeabal luyond the boundariea of niu- 
aic, we think it a pleaaant divemion.^ l'""^'" 

•tlur Home over There" i. a very good aung, 
and lha quartette, "Welcuum to Bpring" i. 
pretty and appn.priale. Then we hare aaxcred 
hymn, two four part gleea, two Sabbath School 
chnruacM, a beautiful man'h by L. Mathiaa, en- 
thu nauie uf thia I titled "Bx.y'. MiliUry March, and "Sylvun 
wilt wail on Me~. Walla, by Frank M. Ikavi.. Tha (Vwag la only 
one dollar per year, but it i. worth u-n time. 

th.t much, ll i. now a n  .1 ...tli.ou lri.l 

k.. » 0.0., or .pecimen copy with |^ -1 
lial tor 10 ceote. Addr-a the publi.h.r, 

W. W WHITM V 



|«i,:urj l  

utate or rnsTtcg:r, 1 

Ceut.lv of 1. in. ..In. I 
1, Jan. J. Mettvvxrt., I'a hl.r a* Tla National Hank 
of .sumlied, .1.. aiknuul]. aeau that lb. » ... ' 



mmw. 

iu. tula .Ih axv af 
J. B nwal.Kl , M. P. I- C 



H It Wiviir.., 

J. ». Ml aril  , 
Joa.ru H, Ai.iaiaa 



\ utreelui 



KEP0UT OK THE COMDITIOSI 
or tub 

NATIONAL BANK 

At Hataeiart, In IB. Kuu «* Keatarkr. 

LuMaaa i ...... ,  7lli, Mi 

IlKaOPaAHa. 

laaax ua.t lilacoaata 

I 1 a Bond, in awaie llrealaltua - 

lion. tu.n-eii.UNi aiel rteaa.. Axwat. 

|..i  mnu ...I.e. Nui.mal Hanaa 
I .... Uvm .nl.... Bank, aaa Uankw. 




N. B.-T. Richanla will .till occupy hK 
lace in the ho uae, and wanta every —an, lo- 
on and child in the county to call and arc 

in, before the fir.1 of April. 



Confectioneries, 
Boots, Shoes, Notions, 



Oils, Faints, Produce, Salt fco.. 

Main Street, Htanfcrd, Kt. ly 



i HAM It Vln-TUL 

WINTER ic KRATJS, 

MERCHANT TAILOBS, 

AND 1 1 1 .1 KUA nf a 

GENT'S FURN SHING GOODS. 

Keep on hand a largo variety of PIECE 

(rtu D8 for CL'HTOM VHt, which 

wa will well at prioaa to 
•uit lha t.mea. 

CABB. 



Weal I 'orner Third and Jen-.raonRtreeta, 

•r otKce Soutlurn Mutual Life lnaur- 
ance Company, laiuiavilla, Kt. 1-oiu 



A SMALL FARM. 

ELL MY FARM CdNTAUIr. 



Mr. I. of thi. 



f.nuer. 
.a. 



told ua of a una and 
rid of brianx, which all 
I'll, plan 
D., a bftaer who wa. 



e aw a j 
Otr far ..villa. IIU- 1 

Ex-Deputy SkeriH Dan Miller wa. 
to appear iutll/kgxlei .l ' • un at la.ui.ville 
laat Tuealay, to aaaa.r % charge of aaaull and 
battery, prate ed by una t n.liue Wither., a 
woman uf color. The aaaxult IT) waa ooaiait- 
ted w hi l.l in the dialing- »f hi. ogicial .lu 



iZjmmm •-T.UyUxH.hlad with .hem 11. -Id hi. , 
Sol^Z a»» ^7U."mov. , B andh»..Ua -." 



At tha laat term uf tba I jixuola Circuit Court 
our Unuil Court Clark had the oaaaa which 
w.rw duxkalad, puahahal on a ik a al of paper 
lur Lha haaatU uf aMaaaya only, lie propr- 
ia. 



N«W lrx-Kll - 

Thr ireatle work at Fori 
t.i. .. . of ruauovai, with a 
rebuilt with better ami 



Warh. 

a'gan ia in prewar 
view to haviug il 
aawgaaj utaierial 



The rail nad company are rapairiltg 



.fau. 
pair, 
lifa ll 



Nu road haa fewer . 



 h 

ahha 



r it. aafe l 



and a vary aaWixMa ,,, do ao aajaiu for tha ooaxing April I 
plan la a good one, aa it aavaa both 



I I,. Male rtxaniini, at mM plaaa il 
m tl«i4at Thia Inalitulioa of laaxan 
not be auffcrval m go down and 
li.uul for owlaand hata, aMaaHsti ' 
I .Ll that a .om|»letil n - UaBof 
build up a good - hool tt en. .1 tk^ , 
^..rraktoughllolaar. 



Thar, la a negro man living ia tixax cxiuuly, 
ahoi.auda.be about fi y ear. of age. Ua 
raaae here over do year, ago, from Virginia, 
and cl.iitt.luhw'vcaei. lira. WaaMiigtoa often 
and lo retain many aaudbctloa. id* Ihe "Father 
af hiarxaiulrv,' and o( the aar uf the tr.l 
Ua uam. h Mik. Wihaax, and 







TK llffll JOUNIL 




v, 







MAIfCII K. 1-7.'. 







The . •«■». \,.,,. 



■4 



eoedlog '" "". n population 

of I,"-'' nil. .\t the 

\ t.   Oil 

Harlan i I ' PI .k lll« 

• total v„, 
Acer.! 

pawed In i . R ky will I 

entitle, I in i. i r 
Ke| Tc : 
MbttMll 

r tin' i i : 

^MB. Tl.c ---imU- hi. I 

Reulitcki I 
cuun ii ■ 

By il. . | . 

!«■ 

: ' ' I 'ill. I 

MJrtmt, (»m\ ■ in I I'nion. This I 1 



I . I .-m-rnncc »f the ln   Mean no owe. 
1 III* • fraud I .e. nr. al n framl. 

.'». The law romp. 1 i ic t,. Jo Im- 

4. AnagmmeTit'.ithoot r .n id. rut . m 

Ii ToM  

5, Kignatnres made with n lead |.-nn] 
I on 1 pot in ln« 

0. A receipt M atoary » le- 
gally couclusvc. 

7. Tli« » ' if one partner hind all th. 
others. 

«..  '.., irocU mode on Sund.iy cannot 

]*• t • ■ r*i*l, 

•i. \ nntmct mad. «ill, minor is , i,. I. 
10. A MM made with « 

II. Contnvt for ml 
Siimbiyr in 'i ,|« r. ore invnli.l. 

12. Principal* arc 
in 1* i f Ihrir ngent*. 

IS. Ag-nt* Hi* rraponnhlc 
principals f,r errors. 



A is.-indfni KstmH. • »«■ • 

Win wi, r t!„. .ii ,„in i liny c.f \ ...i'Ii i. A  jii. •! ii I n r, .-rent i 

•lowly wasting away into the nightfall ,,f that of hum la'.tr. 

age and iIh- •h-.'l iH  of pa-t year, grow the .W. , 1 

', .*» lire wears In iu o|o«», il in phn- »* folic*: 

look l.ik, through tlir vi-ln 'Ve mu-l i ■ U up our 

i! 




k Thr«ocw lulllfroiMlr. JocoMtrawn. 
in the primv of American farmers, in at- 
om, trilmterl to the clow nrorrvjiso of the 
Mlowlnj/ mnslms. originated by himself: 
»o pa. When v ii wake up .In inn roll orrr, 
of tinir, „,.„, ,!,.. ,.,r. «. „,.l fch.it... men •. in, I, .- » .rklng o„ th,. farm hit roll Il will gi»- y..M lime to 

•if oWajMlfarnnr*. tfwc hare a home a. tfcry ran cum in other pytwUn. If ditch ill rour donah., hrvnl. tin in, Ur- 
lo.hll.r. MlVurt to rejoice with M they run cl * I S .|«r.Uy the y«ar MBhI row tho., Mwl mm them, 
•ml ftirtMN luivr h^n pithrml top-ihrr ^ " fi, '• , " r, • " r '* ■ r»ilr.-*l, we muni Mwke your f.wliifl hifth «'hI .tn.ng mm! 
our f, re-M then, the Mush '"rni-li a -iniilwr eompen-,tion in one t%kl. «•  that il will k v r i . ,i'lo ami 



plaov^ofonr w«yfhrkWf rill M\rr hn-n t.*m or tin othr on the fcrm. If w. pip* out. 

 ".r„ , ,.„.! - .tl..,l an-ny. hthelwilleM """ ' «»•" •«"'*« lixor eight nniith. If yiwi Imve bni«h make your M Pe- 
el life win:.. Il,nmnt« we have pa-^l ami thai .lurinir th* hwhet mm, we cure, mil p v.„r hap from t lie eat- 
tlitouttti. nill grow liri K |iter ojkI more ""•»! lie prepar^l to| 
I. tMiutiful. Happr, in.lee.1. are they •'""  »'"' 
i- wl inte'l rn witlitli. ».irlillm.no! nient. 



tie; for il He eoni lie kept el. inthey 
employ- will rat it better than if it i- not. 



extent? 
fa 



»o. to 



rm , nii'l if 

arc .lirrrtly 
a -ati.farlory k  
invi.|v«l in llieir 
The nw-oninii of the r.-r- 
nf the Country Oentleman 
in the follo»iii|r arti  le wnu to u« to lie 
MM Ho imy^: 

It inamrt thnt all i ir  Till furim r  niu«t 
have notinil. that a tr 
thrifty ami of whale 



THE BEST BARGAINS IN TOWN ! f 

GEO. D. WEAREN, 



l!,e 



to 



II. K 



.iiiviiluiil in a jinitr.rp.Sip i 




tfa^l)»;-ul i-i-.ii of : :i .' - ., ami 
I eloctiou n tot I •. te of 10,000, 
Leli.. M,l j»; for Itotlmi 14,. 



r tlie whole 



uuul of lb 



of the Intnl. ami ought to uinlr IfUw 



IS. 
al ilc. 

in. 



•t- 



tirm ! v u mj 



itptnctw ill h- eoni'K. eil 
\ I :   hriatiilii, II ; 

i -Mclxnn, Jtaviw. 
on, Hanooek onJ 
o,nl |)i.:r -t intitniti^ 

• ! '.* !: Total v k 
vi«; for U lie, l I,, 
r.is- 

t will rrtnei-t ,.f I • 
I «L'an. Butler, TJ- 
Bimi^.n, Alhn, Bur- 



•Iry, Jr« 

htlfagcoU. If ih 



■MM. MWcalf, CumhrrlanH and 
PhfAgfag, I'm." i;t; total 
vote in Iv'l. ri..lH. ■ I, I,.. I', 

'•■ ■'■: Qtdm\ !"■ 

IWth Obtrkt will contain 
72 00iu.t *, vi/j Amler on, S|Mnct J, 

Bullitt, Nelann. UVhiuo .Mur'on. 

l-irue. Hart, (Jrnyson, Hardin, U 
ciridpi aadU ode. Pojiulati on. I.'il 
loud vol. . ||, "',.- , vii: f., r I 12 
S^; Ilar.'iur, S,4: .,. 

Tjc 1'i;!!! |)i nict willbc cotujiou-dol 
ili^m^ ioiti.a of Jcficreou and Old- , a ''J 

illi a population „f 127,0" '. ! '.' l ' lu I •" 
*"-' »' tor Le Ii.-. in..' h ;:t; ( „ r «t!,- inf.-:: 

Hir! ,.». i 121; u,ul. Hi,*., I. 

Tlw Wxth I ;i'.  w ' 1 1 J ,..,_.. r - 0 
rdpa etiTini.w, tJi: llirrijoii, (.run!, 
JVl Ufllll'.. ■'■-j-V-n J.;-:., i. Boom 

fjUhtii.i, (.'..- !! ;• i r.i .." . r..| u. 

 :i a i'J7. vjft v..ie for ILSTOi 
for Hojhn 0,. 'J i u,:..l, 17,' i. 

The F^v.u* Di-t.-i • ai!l e..t..M -.(' 
t:»*'ii!". yh;J. ... .Clark. Bour- 

. hnir, Fa/otto, WoudKi.nl, Kmnklin, 

: . OMm, Henry r.m! Sl;e!'.v. 
. lfli:Uo:i iSL'JH; vole li.r I.. ! , It!,- 
7;:i; II :jia,i 12,'.?: '. : •! ." ." I" 
*«£'' ^k^' I*-tm v.iil contain 

- . • .. : . ladiaoii. M reir.^ 

TakyloV, TTreV-,. Vif.ii 
Ptpidnti-... t.-!i ■ • !.   



N-.te.. Iicnr fat 
•than no •lato.l. 

17. ft Li not Icijii 
on a note "for value 
l a . A note ilmwn 
IX A note a| Ma 
a jK reon in n -lute 
. • .-. I!. . :  •!. 

20. If n note !- In t or »l..l. n, it .|.k^. 
not rih-a»c the maker; he niit-t jmy it. 

21. An enikux r of • baukahfa note i- 
e ..',npt : r.  iii '. o uty il' ,i I - \ .-I wi,|, 
notice  / itn dii.!iouor wirlii i in.nly-fi.ur 
r-tir« of it- Bon-i*yi !-iit 



ervrl before dm 

.11 jr n^-e-^ary t 

received.** 
on Siiinlnv 

led by Ir iit j, of 
.f intoxication, 



cli.inp I ilie tone ..(' their li lier f Tlinp 1 . ^ r r have reliable labor until pevrn  ■'• 

In or broken iln o mudcal chonl- of the »" ninke it worth a p»«l nmn'ii while to force of 
hear!, w hose vibnition« nreru nicloli .u.', " i'' 1 "* } after year. Ami we he H • fk 

timliT and toiiciiinj; to t!i ■ eveniti); .1 ' '" I- a irr.-.i; 1 il to induce »iwh men ,1 I . i 

agp. . t" "••t'le in »'"• Iry Uy huilrHmjt and it will.- 

their .' retitino -tn ill I or by ■. Ilin ? nil \1  . 

nere ..rlw. ■■( l-o I to '.•»••• •lemly mnr- do your-. 

rii.l man   Ii •  • atiN t. »nnl,.., | |».ne ami «inew 

hi- own. There an- many -m h men who !«• w. || tt • ■■■!. 

wimld rati,, r w ■ k H n fiirm thai, nt any I am lll illll that early ri.inp. in.liwtry 
oAer employment, wh " atoolulely and nvitl it habit-., are the b •! I 
ci.ni|ielliil to leave the country and pi cine* ever prm-rihnl for h.wlth. 

int.. tl« .lli.« ami value, - UWh:^- they \\ h. n rainy, bid e.-at!.. . 

cannot get a hnujc |., lite in— ami, o« a that yon can't work out of iloata\ .at. 
mm\ ire fr.-|itcntly have to pay men  plH and haul your wo«l. Hahtyolll 
fmm 10 t..:to |* r c nt more a day than rack-, fir your fence, or a pate that i- .ll 
they pt in tie- imnn bate neijrhtMrhoo.1 ite bin • ■-. .. r iveatherb.-.r I voir b ■ 
of a city. I where tin wiml ha« blown the .idinp II. 

nintter in their own or |nte i tin r.«.f of your 1, in. 
either build boaaao, | 8tu«ly your mtenvt cloecty, and do 



Tin 



,1 



Agriculniral Department. 

=r= r . -- . - - afal, 
m«ii nawaw. 

,f five acre,,. flam I 
•nu.ll jflgtV. 
knew a eli. rry tn . 
an ap|Je treu from 
Iv knew a MMh 



they -t mil, « i| 
ca«e of Military • 

i in p-t roar hannV i i -l by |, v tho r ,,„.| 
.. k -they will ri-r early by cu ranee, and the an 
inn-tan. |'.n . i i I. if n,iM-. \\') n f _ i l - I ir I 

.r h ind, all you ptomh- him; |  v the mi k. -f . attle i 

.-.I hand, pay him a fin* mnr«j ' mi |f perawtad la, will e 
nrnrfe Mm to do .till Ivtter. I them auowiif or laur; hi 

I your hau l- »• m il a- you ||„. lr „, \ v „, t|„ 
. li.r the laboring men an- the iuk touch it, .hwlh will 



•nlilllll'i Vrr«i, 

r kind, to which 
urn die - iii the 
c* in pasture or 

■ n common oc- 
»ti,.n naturally 
r il.hnjt a tree I 
highly iujiirioii., 
nun, only .Ii tr.iv 
I it' the b-ly of 
r nei-k* .•an- 
I ju»l o«cor- 



Groceries, Provisions, Produce, Salt, 

Stnpio Boots and SUoon, 
(|uccnsHaro, (i]«ss Whit. SIoiio Ware, 
Pockot nnd Tablo Cutlery, 

and TOBACCO. 



1 1 



trulla 

in nil 1 1 

the mbitrl 
i. in a pi 



cy are allowi-d t.' tnvnpb ar..u.i.l 



tr. 

a pencil tree; I , 

berry phuit f.tunn p rnniiini, ami in tin- 
condition of information I «ct alu.iit put 
'in? nut fruit- of all kiii.li , a- I hn.l an 

eye 1. 1 profit in .tipplying my own home 
wiih fruit?, and m lling enough of the 

-urplui. to defray lh \|h , f th • ■ ul- 

turr. Ilnd I kn iwn an much about fruite 
at 1'iat time ■ I have ,-idce leanu d by 
rr»liiitr«nch papen M the OnrnUy 0i 
'.in ,i. il would have been Worth 

.In.U ttfoUbtl to me. A, it won. I had '"«* |"Hali.m, if of the riffht kind, the 

fa tfafead onlMty m/im lim O f w ry man irreaur valu 'i!,- land. We cann  t 

li.r ml. ; . ; and lie. of cur e, with totf fa» "0'*n rem. ml. r that it i« labor and 
iotercl u^prrmot in kia miiid. like the ■* land thnt pi. -luce, wealth. It U a 
human family p uerally, put ..|I on me ' ' ' tl »' e.'ti,,.,,.. ity tu have a man lie 



tVtirm Btatftlag. 

Tlic wnrm K-ith 1- a ymn-l remedy, 
and will often previn! th in • virulent Mich *t.«k ttn it was uiwt lo hie iulONot 
"iiwwe. A prr..»u who i.:ay be in f..:: to dJopioe of. 

of having received wfu lhu ui nay kind, I The raonlt wa.-, that I planted fruit 
should -javlily p!u;i '-i:.t..i: \..!rm l-.ilh, treeo of v-rietiei which wen- not adapted 
miffer pedfKti in to i tr uc, an J III u ruli to mv *I icwKty -mall fruit« of nil kind- 

t j guard agairet , which did not (thn^--fourth» of thorn) pay 
ratcm hoe imbiU»l for tho pin:,' : •; and after w i-nry year* 

t will L) certainly 
ricrtwl to bef n 



rMM hae, 
hand-. They i 

uracil laud to th.ee wi-hinR to bulhL .peml your time in ek^-tinn |n -i.ki t-. for the want' of 
Kvery p«l, lionet, in lu-trioii . married  etuilon. ami other -mall orti.-. ,-. or I 
man who « ttl, , i„ t|„. country increaeeo intr of hanl time* when -pendinfj at 
htm- '{"' value of farm | r. j^rty. 'Die printer time whittling ton- l«ix.-, etc. 

Take your lime and make nilenial f to them. Hut if cattle arc allowed 

IWt do thin- m a hurry, hit do i , . tramp down the earth, ami I un 

at the ritrl.f time, mid keep y„„, mi, , I. the Work bv Ukino it nt  he mate 
well » your 1. I, . ,,.|,.. „l /;„. ..... . mM ,,; ,. , ,, k ,. , ., .. , 

tliat 



idh-nll I :nt-r. And in thw country there 
u certainly im Ink of employ i-.i -nt for 
any man who will work at nw-.. liable 



it. B.tt why -hould trampling the earth 
 le«lr»y the tr.'.'.*' Th. I. .ti ' i, of 
wide ni.d hWM application to the 
lawn of vcp lable gp.wth. Tin- root- of 
nknta ne.M the air jit-l as much a the 
biiveo and hrancfaa Their caw i- simi- 
lar k that of «-hce, which, thoiifh they 
mum luire water, mmt have air aleo. »U: 
ju-t about ao nuteh. |«-rn,™ie. lite water. 
If it l»e all ohut . ff. on that none which 
i« frwh can get to th, m. tlnr will i v 
MM the-upplvon hand ami then die 
ire. H, the root, of 
•rce. ami tegetal.Ie, want air. \VI,,„ 
l lie earth i, in n I. .ruiol ..r natural .,.udi 
•".it i-full of channel, lev which tin- nir 



  oniiM'i IpnevU :-*o fit*., ©to. 
riotly rv r o. 1 

1, 

Always oh n«nd, nnd 

SOU) FOB CASH ONLY. 




LIBERA I. rillt l  PAID K »ll 




afc«\ 



Special Inducements to Cash Buyers. 

Nt  Qttii sum on si\ tr TwelTc . l»niii\ Tim* 



T1IK HOI TF 



I'tllnc Ho... 

nw in arn a.-ieult iral j ir 




i lc in Ml • r to mi iu.pu 
Prevent ll.flj' Sittiug," 



ft'ormlna 

The IhRowfag 
!rti'.ni: A man 



t .- no-:... 

fnun th.' PWl 



WB 



not 



lart 



b 



arc 



la 



0 Ii: 



tyatOttai and i 
tlie rlr.M...htn 
induced in n i 
t.,r'.:0 il. 



oprea.1 



»ha 

tcrs 



nnd 
•tiirh 

lough to 
made of 

*, Mlf 
ut, ami 



,th oiN he pret 



. Km 

is M tmm lawyer-, docto 
and in Tel nit- nr.- ;-i.-k.-l 
.1 a ...an faik N a farm, it - not likely ..j,",, ,„„ Jnv ,;,„, , (| . ^ 
he will iuicct.1 iu a -. 'I,. f.,r it rcpiirc lcagt]l „.„, ,•,.,.,„.;.,,, „, 



"'■ ' ' '• *"'• v., 

L-be, i»;p. m u II ,!.„;, II, . 



of la! air, expense and rtudy, I lound — 
to. I:.t tl'r.t I had lwei  '  f^. J. 
would have !« on ccmoiu;." in BN to have 
employed a regular orckardi*t to eelecl 
tjwtrMMM eucl pa:"t!r.iu out. Yet I 
did not wt know that fxt nt the time. 
I have W| on n.v | !ai-e ninny aj.j.! . 
i eh, |«;;r, plum and chc ry trc ., whi, !i 
have not . ,. ,.i-.l fruit e:uui-h in / o 

to pay f,nr their ordinal co.-t. Under I, ;» M , „ ia „% fiu-,,, an ,\ capital, 
thin otate of ca«c, my advice to thoae who ' \ fitrmcr** capital u rkill. lalw ami hi. 
do not p,i- c« the n a w a wi y iaftrmatlmi niom-y. If h» ha* little cadi, lie uiivt tlli . „ 
hj to commit tho-e who do, and on whom Mm ■OMOOtlaa I th:iiihe. anthor..ughly* , (W . wh 
with they .-an rely. Smu nun-try iiicta arc manage by hit tmm gfuilij fahor. Kv- 

■lino are thuoa among jlu..: ,ry acre beyond thi- i- an iiieumbrttoce ; j. v 
Iwtli were n - rt.-l t , oib ner, and the w h» will give gnal rdeiiiou., at.d if y..ii „nc aerewcllworknli-nf.ro profltaiile 
dooiiig nr«H,!hiii" i-yrupa and worrc tio  ( can avail yoeaMafoi their ki.owhdge', do thai twenty acre. Aimmd , ver. It u 
:rum« lew, it would he l..-.t r f,..- . ... |, v -jj ..„., S, . , frui., d.. well i-i thi- grwl of laud by farmer- that hnre 

-iTrtaii^l K-liti. ., which are ilii l lilaKfa not the capital to keep it, that ki * 
' •' r "•' •re*-**-—! Snail G inn- art 

Mhelart njr -tin- . { th.. Owen !«,. ■ what ui; t..ur«|ic ial locality, ami »\m large uvea, rimplv boran-e th« 
il rivcicty, a motiua w-i nude hy tiut Ugmm* oui. j.in. i il..», i.l i , ... I ...,.,d i„ the i*wprfct'.',r  ii'i." 



In", 

nal an nrti 

"Bn t» 

vifingto «hut the n up in a .mall coop 
with neither kfad imr water until cur 1 
I con-kltir thin not only cruelty, but f 
oe.inot.iv, a* the f.wl must grow p. 
and will hove to fat af before i-he w 
lay again. 

My fmm k to have I ttnall opon-r •■ , 
or park, with tap n I - .„•»,. ,-rj * 
IU fcet in 
ill , about . 



ami the Mj| 
■«n dwindle and dieo. S.i tn»,' 
live if it* mot. an- coven 4 with a Mai 
ivement. they will utruggle for life by 
creeping to the .urfivv, and hoi-tiug out 
a brick Uen' and a -tone lin n-, or find 
i i rcvi.1" wh-rt th ir now- can muff a 
• I ■ -h air, but if (.Might down and 
■ nt down, will finally give it up. Fnun 

above liu-t I ll.il,   caul.- of i.o U ne- 
t" orrluinbi, and the farm. n. * h . 
!! per»i«t in yanling their Mock of cat- 
la thvir orchard.- luu-lripect the tree. 

• die oat 



1V;.:t:i I:...?... fo.   *iH. 

A phvuician, iu a very OMaiU 
upon lmtliing, ray ; ' I ■!. • 
the .tomach children are thouohi 
I T their HnmoM crying, mid f,r 
n lie .-ii - an I w  rrTV.«, :i! :■ .'lit 
which they arc alHi.lcl, it' the warm 



the 



more talent to U-a thriving farmer than | f^,, ^ , Tilh .. . . 
to he an average in. r.-h.uit. The nae' w ||^. n | | t . ( , Uni | ,. 
ea-oae of great lailur L, tl.. h-p. .protioa ^mer. mou,,« i.'.i 

aed in w inter put it 
a hen ei.mmenee. to 

MM land water • I 
'■• rull the Mae 
a week -!. 
at ou.v comniciuv 
Udng 1. 1 out. an I v- 



t- 



■ i li.r 
:t "n the grow in 
•« fi— t every iipi'L 
l.rudit.l. When 
I . I .hut her up in 

v heat wrcetiini' 
i n nits, keep them 

',' 1 iu trout t: 
• ■   i.xtl und i\il| 
layaaj again ua. 



Office, S. W. Cor. Third aBilJefTt mm Sts., Louisviiii*. Ky. 

Assets Nearly S700.000. 

i t J '.."'V ' "' v ** *fat«i » i* luiiviv. 

I.. I. S,M„, \\ I' l|l| | l • 

f|llll- n-MiWY imTIMIs Til INsl-RR I.IVW u\ u.l. mi u I I ; 
JL Mta mwl .|.| n.nal |Uu.. U i.l, .;, I n, 1 M lit His . . 

.1. .I'lilivr. I r mw 

II. M IX ViKMI-NTi. under the ...prrv 
w Jj| ( *»e.ndolv...l.'.«..;.. Hi-vo I.M.. .... I. 

I*. 1. in, - . c 



r-| ; 

■ t.. 1 .1 1 ..: 

illMa Aetaa 



1 ,!., 1 ..f I . 
... 1.1. , . . . 



r 



. e|M m. 

r Uuui 

•tier 



.-'It. Tit,l--hc i- :, 
and pnmiahle. 



1 poili-^mii 



T); 



* ■ 

■ ■. 



17, Bresthttt, W..!:' . M r.u., *  
'"'"  '. Pike. Letcher. Mctiiiie, 
Jot* Ml, r.cennd Martin.— Po; 
lajrh vote f.r I.e.lle, 0,306; f 
ku». :•.•:'.' I: 1 ul, • . • •. 
The Tiii ii f)i triet will coruui 

I 'n:.i ling IoUxU:;i counties, vix- 

cri, Maron, Ixrwii, Greenup, Boy 
tor. *Ui.rrfn.^ , .1' hnr.jta. liux.i;,, 

m 'nt- 1.1, •!_.■, Nn :.,.;.L., i i. 



Apflfa. 
BKoii, 
illation, 
II 



Uurm.To.hl..,, cut. I ,1!,. r..,-' ::M, 1 vale allVklml. of iv«it. ^«umcr.-7:ih'w:' '7.1.1. V M * -!."h ..7 V ~ - 

to rums e-imilin^elsintone. however, wb a *cm to thrive inalmo.1 ,, T iha:, -n,„!l ., Tut,;.,:. , ..^d , • r tf * 

half the nrcwiiL n-i.  Th. « ,rl ;., . -Hi . ., 1 ., r 11 .• . . - ., *' *' «l * mwliii; .fthel-.i, HortM'ii'i.i 

! l ~ *'* k,n f l "- UUV '' "' ' "' l f °" Jtt "- Ure ' 0, "° ,,u ""- «•"• »«  ••* ' •' '"  it «o S-K-ietv. tin, le pr. vv. Hi .,.,*- - , 

pnipcr pr.nc.ple-, a . I have capital a*. Mta* and kept the..,,:, lustre, 
conl.ngtotbe nxe „f their &mu , and a ' Oct-.)*r, by mmi. ,. ,,, 



will c..ntiin 

twenty time counties, vii: Whitley, 

Komi, LruiH I   kra ll. , J 1 ■: j;. men of the i»tv amfrd: tl- . . f m-.l.-rat. 1 :*. ri-e.lt', 

til), Powell, Ow ;.-.-, ciar. Harlan, Per- ' : 1 ...   1 pal fa] to Dr Todd iiiiaa 



forthi gnp:lvncdelre?.riii. Dr. T, .1 
ll willing 1 1 do tuBiiicai service lorvhat 
it can be done f r, and we Uii.t ho will 
ruecoe-1 i:i Ida promt worthy attempt to 
lower the rate*. — Southern fhirM. 



 a l one for evcryl. dj 1 1-. 



BM  liar 
Jure, I 

Fafl Qu.wt 

fir MM. Be* Davi-, RawW Jauel, i •» « tafctaks to „■.,.. ^ that the 
Bon:- Ilvuoty and Limber Twig, i;. r vuV- apply t., cv. r ' t., .1., 



'. Ii i: ly .l.a niid (Vndii 
Mfaar- Bed A.-tri, ban, 
id Y,!l .v. MM fkm .: 
Ben l».:ii . Kai\li ' Janet. 



■oa 



I' 



of t 

faraok- 
, 0m 
1'mi:,. 

niiug and 



I 1 I.J. lie 

tai. njp 



.pill 



i'ii I' ••!.". 



votei 

, MkMkVM 



On • 
1 tftfas 

mouth. 



thing- . 



C.MstiMni...-;. — Th- fat.- IV. Mar-hill I 

Hall, of Kiigi'iud, .- ii ': "It T , 1 

riously ill ..!" ; iiiuj ti., n , I w. dd live 

M4M day and iiUi!, except i.iraincy 
wiathtr or mid- v. inter ; then I w iukl 
slccj, in 1111 unplurten-l log hou.-e. 
Physic, has no nutriment, trnsuMp fa) 
air cannot cure yon, n.nl -to, n.!..., is can- 
not euro y, u. What consumptive 
wu.ilianir, not Physic— pure nir, not 



winter. 



I im uicited uir — ffaaly 
I bread". 



tu-.d 



fV 



t the most cruel 
hard, fr. ieu bits into a lm: 
It || apt only jiiuiAil, but :i 
iktiiger-'ti. n.-t. Tni- almr.c'. tuonth l.e- 
.-.:iu^. li"7..'il by the t i I iron, MTVraJ 
tii.io. a day, pait i ll', il; each ii :m . nllK 
in- th.'-* liocxia-- t . .!■ |, ■:■ au d d,t-|s. 

er, toeadathutincxtoinivo ulceration. 
Tl.ii,'.:-- and hutian- p.v.j In .-.void thU " 
bylnt waraUugthe bit-; but tbiaU much li^P" 01 BI1V 

trouble, and so.actilac- hn j. 1- - , M, ,.; , eh.iiioe in ll 
work, lika staging and ph.-i-h:; , "'•-• iu ' J 

work. Now all thi* la •roMod by gi Uing *Z*' nu * »»• •"«• of pn.jwrly by the br. ; ; k 
lojthcrbit'.. made that no metal miI^ , "P "* 

.fane? c n touch the fliuh. I) m l fiul t . 1 » — •» 

iry it.—/ ii ii ", • 2', i  ia ,K. K.vn».vj is one th,  uU ii,!«- t .11.. 

-»•* . feat •tatos fa the I ..i-u. It «a  admitted 

It U «ud that Dr. Bobert I. Brook- : i* a statu January 2», 1801 with a |k,^ 
enrldgc, 0:1 hi death l.d, only u .-h :t uh.:i. n ■• I7.U.M, and im f. . in- v . r 
bef .re Dr. Kobiumn wan taken ill, rapidly. The embne • - an ur. .1 . t 

that" two thiog. are Docemary tat 1 aaatdy 57.000.0UO 1 f laad.of which 

*) uf tho Pn-Lj teriau CWch on atdfag to the uulhoriti, 1 of .he Oen- 
tf aii.1 the SmOi-liroJ- thatleml Load Offler. about ♦»,000.00(l 
•nmr«n »«• ,r.d, are yet un-ol,! and ..jwn t i.cttlomc.it. 



Pr.t  " 

se- e Old Mix. ,11 Free, Ciiiwli.rd's l^arlyand 
Late, (irnnd Admiral, le. Mump the 
W ord ami Hale's Early. 

Pkam 

Mathhao, Keckcl, BartleM and Winter 

Nell-. 

l'uvs. 

NV: hinirtoii, .!• IS i-,,„, i imni'in Blue, 
Paaana. Wii.lO - ., ,,| Miner. 



untu tree*. The lato r la 
£•11. Nor will they en h: 
very early in the .'..i. 

trt-«. They anatoaaoa 

naiiousot life. Mnnv 
thi- fict have transplant.-l 
and inis^t with ill iuht. 
Cl, ,1 ear, Im- Ist-n t.il.. 11. 



Tin 

U llll, 



hi 



Ikstiu'iti nh havi 
t lnef , i jiiul Officer 
t ohacrvc/i ut .tatioi.s 1 
i riven, to make m\ 
of 

iajDUHililr.asiii^ht 1 
aad physician-, , •t*-^uuatmca to 



CtltKI f... 

Early May, Dj-eb. „, .,, Early Buh- 

^— inoud, Morvllo and \111erica11 Amlicr, 

l». :, i.-sm.l l.y l!.e villi |« rha|M Yellow S|«u.ish and While 
f the Army to all Bigarreau. 
■a the Wt t, r:i . OmATM. 
ri|K,rts I,,- i.l,- t'ouconl, Clinton, I lart for I l'rolitie 



per:- 

Utivel 

say tu 
time 



t 



It 



obi 



,'vergreem. 
rl« Ma the 
i- C"in|dir- 
thal time, 
lid li'.otlier 
Another 
rvi-l, and 



l.ange or uuusual 
I'hia will aaabla 
j*oper prccauti 



I 'vuconl, 
1 1 c-' Hcrdltug, 



11 ■ 



Virginia nnd 



. * (\ ,1 



lyOI 

Dial l*».iia Dr 
!a,»l, I 



J A tio.,i  bUiry 
An! ni.ricalt.ii.il 

' , „k TtT*4 

Ukoel, 1 ■ , ■ 
the la Inner w, nt 
kn nv wh..'. n.iui 
Hj w:-.i told '( ;. 
w lull you 
Aro. M 



11 ...1 

im there. 



ll t :,i 

lab 



bt 



itsT ve 

huvi." 



-n.ik, 



 ru in,.; in ,1 - 
l'ir-t ',l':'.ll, W;i- -,*- Albany, Downer's 
Prolific and Kent.iekv. Next, Oreen 
Pn lili r.,:ik*.Eni]« i .r'aml Napoleon '! ' 
Ka- i'm:Ri'ii . 
Bur; I" fane, Kirtland, Mamnnah 
tliistt,-, Diulittle Blm '  Cap, I'hilmlel 
phis, and V.llow Autwcr],. 

('1 MUMtn 
tai Dutch, Vk.:oru nnd Cherry. 

B1..1,. Kill III. Il . 
KMatfaay aad Wil ms Early. 
With li," planting of the i'b ve nan I 
A '-. three-ti.iii th. of l),i  j.-iple of the 
unlry will have suet.-*.. — ( oiin/ ■ 



tunc to tr.in-|,lai.t 
he spring, just at 0 
active gpowfa. 
y en-y to mot e the 
win I., the ,-n.l . ,' M 
will an-w,r a- 
caution is to bo stri -llv 
thut i- not toei|«~e tin ir —i; t, .„ler root- 
to !hr ,un or drying wind. Tliia u far 
luon- important with evcrgr.tn. tlom 
with other tre-«. Ten , mtoj 
of Uierootato MM and wind i- aim »t 
certain death, Kcpth.-u coven I aith 
mow. or matting till ready to «•! out. 



11s aaa. earlier than 1 thoao, but I. 
nauully kept his Bnmls.- till tl,„ , u i Ml- 
of autumn befcre gatln'iiug. He L pt 
from fo.ty I . -ixty h"ad ,f wi on. .... 
v I . • ut i i bi» t.'e-- . and liny pl .».-l ::;. • .. . ,| 
: 1. u.l " «" ,U ««W  :'••'  ' 1 !' 

. ,,. .. .yed nH the 
1, . "'mpUaMMar ; • 

, tue best fruit r ■ . .. 1 , 
' \mt c\|. • 

PBany w.- ks iu fat ki- ft : f 
winter apples, namely, pluein ■ t: 
eoul outhou-e after piekin-. il'l n, , , 
ter, and lin n placing then, in 11 in M 



I hid three decamping sunrm- that 
1 iy apiary. I had hit 1 ll,.- fir-t iu 
: .-t.i'».n. it leflf.i |»rt-iiiihnown. It,' 
J - me distal,.- l. f. r I got 1 
', the hs.kiiig -la--, but, fa ay ur 
. tlie third tladi ,,f tl „ sun'- r.i; - 
liic lis.kiug-gcfc-, made the I 
-id aud r.u, id, in-!, ad t . , .- 
li! f .nv.,.,1 a- !. lh.-. ; and they im- 
I ,, ly wltl.nl tip.tl a tl. .'. Tlie sec- 
' , .--11 1  a.. ■ ..ITin the aft, rn.- i. !• 

a, le aafatadi i . atlfa, tut .tartod di- 

*' r t ie li' ' r. I !' II ud it, and 

' .-'.I it dowM lb - -:,in war. 
ii ■ .in-got neaily ! : !t' .1 mile 
d ,.ii tlie nisi si.ie of the limber. 
Th- un being ia the west we emikt a* 
.1 gbv ; but rs aa M we | t the 
sun threo or fcur fauhos settletl it al-o. 
I clhc thnvswanns thu, alfaMd, 
.: '■. l.avi .ill dotie well. ( ,.. . 



rm 11 \ 



: r»|.. 



•il. n . ( !iss 



, and i. I. e. 



ll 



. u.».ttt .,. '- 1 1,1 

K 

.il*. n , .. .1 r. ,| ;. :„||, k j, „, ,; ,. 
■ic ll ria. .:. 1 , i.,, ,,^1 ,- ...... 

. .... . . .!_.«_ ■ 9 . 



n,K.i.v ,..-,!. i,„:l. .., - . . 1 , ,.„ , ■ , • ,.,|, |,I.-,|„ M , 
' IS* both t 

W. HIL 'VN, Stale Agent 



C. COOPER. Local A S out. 



DTJNN h OWSLEY, 

iii,i,«i-i.. 

il Mi MMtaaMBBi 

vtammuii norri .'. i 



•king j 
ir y -jiriug 
ven llhcu 



tilat. I c llur. By c ■•itroliin 
lalion, the U,|n|icr.itiirt' in 
near the treczfag piinl, by the 
of One or two thcrmonictor-. 



the 
t.pi 



« si", 1. 

We think both 1 
muOf wntercsl too; 
ut hanl w,,rk 
|. i spire ju-t iu pi. ] 
,,f Ituids taken into 
aaeady drinking in b.st, we 



t t!..,... 

an and L ast am gen- 
ii, h. Men and In.rscs 
in or; 1.1 wculher 
■ rtion to the .luamity 
• !' inoch. Fo  



I 



.1 le 



"I her 



'.Ver, \.i:h u r.ouc-t lo 



KJuri.l i noma, a loagh 
.ti ry, to tl... i fltrt that Vtr. V, 

diwu on what he ,upp,«,l wa- .. plV r 

Utthc., but baa horaMfah the arid* 

ine. of u lar-,. reptile which he se-u-l by bgafa ulturi 
the tod u..,l kiUtsI l.y hurling iu hived bra,,* .! tier, are fnw 

TMfaa 



' 'I   !' r. !'■ -I - .'" •,„• yean. 
■ing at Cape Lhud, in driving oil 
in "lie of the .taye-coaehes of the place, 
on n very hot day, wo u-kt l the driver 
I T mil thai Iii- Jb- - . |n-,pirod s.i 
Ji'Ur. wi l U*e*5a..r*'» af private ear- 
ri r at a -low. r -| . I, were c»v- tlty of milk in lw.! 



■mm ma Muck. 
Many farmers paal ll,. ir w. 1 
and milch cow. to remain out at 
night during tie fru.lv weather ; i.l 
'•   I" K,!W ; Uiey gain by it, save u few pouadi I 
Hay taved in that way i. dearli bu 

Better stable the stock oil ell 1 , 
aigfata without fu.«l, if tl« v have pi, trti 
of go. si pi !i:i il. ugh il: • .hi, . tl 
oxpo-e them s i. The t ;n I. in- • I'll,. 
ricultunil jouriuil- has l«- n, an I i-, t, i 
to uinke the rui-ing or k. , pin ; ) 
nruiitul'lc, it must I., kept.on !',,,! 
it mil l have plenty of ic. I, « ', I 
fis»l, mvtm to, !, an wat. r. and piotit , 1 
troni extreme h, at in uniiin r lo -I 
orthelter of turn kiud, from storm hi 
any time, ami from cold and piercing 
i.iiids during w inter. It h,,iiI,| I, , ,. 
reasonable toex|«st that the .y-tem ,,. 
a mih b- -.it would Ms-retr the usuul .puii- 
or tilt. t i, hours ex- 



■ ',,,, .1 i t  a..u. 

Italian ip.i-n mM a:e «,ut by mail 
to rarioiu |uins of the country. In s. n l- 
j ing them u«e a small cylinder of wire 
e!'.::,. a'.iut a  Inrgcand l-ngn- a 11- 1 uin'. 
lager, iu inch end ..t'wliich |kue u»l 
l' ahich has a Urge l,ok' iii it, aad 11, 
'*• I lt.ee pa e  - of -p. . fill, 

with honey. Pbu-o a  |ueen Is-e with 
, i hlorteti oUier Ikw within the cylin. 
d. r. then place a wrnpi.r aioaad it with 
.v. tai l.oh. rut in it, and ii i. ready 
to he OMrt off bv mail. Tiny liml 11 na.lv 
iimrk. t nl from $3 to •Ji. 

There is a ri.k ill thi- m.sle of trn». n ,i- 
•i n. and it is found a much safer, nnd. 
in tlie end a more sali-fuetory method to 
-end by expross. ll i. not ajwayi dait 
:! • h.ii|ssturtic'u. or nimleofarrangiiH-iii 
• the must ecomumieal. 

n.-r »'.-«t 
.1 . , /.',.■ Juur- 
* cu fis-ling with a 
heap food. 1 baicht 
of sor/liuui iiiol , -, - 
gulloti. Iu thi. I put 
y in the pmj,, rtion af Ml 
mid ..no pint of honey 

i ..'gallon ot in, la .-1.. 'llii. mixture 

I ls.il.. I until i| iu oi* consistency of 

•bin Ins-es. When it was cold I , aired 

it into oar.1. of empty r«tul , nl. nt a 
.purl to the hive, it was w. 11. h. till * 
how HM,n, after loeao oanla were ret urued 
In the hivw, the litis would lick up this 
WMJ and depo.it il iu other and 
iiM iii.-nt |«ru of the hive. 



MILLINERY. 

Mm. L. BEA7LEY 

Ka-hloaal   Kllllotr aad *«r-la«*w«lcri 
.! ,., w.^t , , ,. . 

...Uk-r sh.^A^I. K 

TV '.Hc-i I"«rl.i.ii aad \|. «e ,..*;: .. -i t, ■ 
of dr, A.- , 

CUT PND KAUE TO 0 DER. CHEMICALS, 

raiute, Oili, 

• • ■3turr», 

HlMallfaUJ . 

FANCY C.OOJjS, 

.Hll.'llJ. Ivh. 



! M-f S .:" ! 

llllLDRBt * 

'•'..WIT.s, 



N be 



Mil. v. I I la.e-e.1 . n 
•1 * of F.VSUIUJ 

uisw, a -.. • ■ i. 



II \T v ', .. 

'.aii notice. 

.tid.:: mii.i i 

...I unit ht { ri, , 
It. 



GAUV1N HOUSE, 

...\T.: VAMH \ Ml -I | 
s-i :.,,i.,i ,|, } k , nl iii'k;, 

HWI.Nii LEASED rnu porTtui 
II . lei. M * hrnt afMMj •hie*, i 
-mi.:,, I M ajM) oaaaja. aad aarfag r.niic.1 
the Mmc in 2u.-t .til , 1 .... |-o-.ur.,l ... rl, - 
l. ,l,i„ „:i»h,., .11, ■'., ,:..'. ll... lr»i.l.,,; fnl, 



i:tt-, 



I told thi. II, .11 . a ...ii- 

An Excellent SUblo 
Bit;*. 



"-lij I • Of.ltv .„.| .! ||. 

,1!.. • . .|„, |.vYoe\lli|IT. 



Pur • Ml 

M 



At tho 

.-irsr*. oAojeei At 
Will ii XKYIV 



A writer in the 
al n I have 
cry simpl- and 



few 
f'.rt 



gall, i 
• 1,1 - 

m mid hm 

itnf water 



SAM. \. HATHENY, 
I r c h a n t 



PURE LIQUORS 

l'..r ..Hsllral am, .tone. ,,n hsiwl. 



a«r i h,r arfM »iil m 
off, ■ .i 



Ml »» ■»., ■•• 

ly 



DE.OEB IX 



ELACKSMITniWO. 

[wagon kajmng 

T 



CASS] 



AMI 



I'Sl'l'l: 

.1 la d , 
•a^'s, anfa ..■ 

.wsl, |.riet-«. t-l,... 
Hu„r,.i.l, K.',,l,i, k 

UM 



It 



11 SllW PR| - 

it ti,..:. ..i ■ ia»t»iiiMlaa, 

I n f. o in, .1 the InwoS 
Strtii s. l, .Mai., hioet. 

WM l«W..IIUtTY. 



TIN SHOP Ji 



i 



mm km i 



STRAUB, 

- AM i.ltll. KY 



it :.. 



v, . 



me u roar. 



11." Mid 
n.ulJ lend dm eo far ■ 
boj. Iu., b a M^faf MOfbi 



1 tear iil cr r "'""' ' '' h l' r " Vl "' «• l "- » r. ttl. pnuiiec 

'iiaUe v.ith fbuit.s a ratline. , ; thi. ,lal 

uue.1 ou it 

,Y, aa wivs: 'I 



m 



•■■nil t,.,, i .. . 



I 



Tin. 

log llOll 
11-. I Us 

\'  Mai 
mc ol 
has 



a* 



h. 



UXiii*. fa, in, r- In. I t, 1 ,.,: t; 

iridji" i- a groal da In • . ■ 1 tk 

Jm#, Which is so i:_ ui,;: 
ii,iT*«w. -W ciunin • i i | . 
.. . .wl. r. On- f. i„ . r 



|«r- 



heat »;- Id 



1.. 



hi 



IdrUs h v. intw. 

A fi'!»;. 1, . inn ,. 1 ■,•„, ,, I 
•JMU-* ' 

oxyi 'llsewaro of Is in- - : . 
M*. ,.!. r j- 'u , .uj .. 

» ■ " 



.i-r .on,. 
Ml plw ■. 

M, wmm 

liie-h bog 
litl ll..- 



.IV. 



LiliiaVt'iiouii 

e on Ik. e alley, |i t limn, ,...:. 

a .table, the apoaorty of du. k 

 , cidoml, .i.,.| years ago 
i 'resident 1-ii.c.Iii and his nioth- 
..ry recently Ise u tnm duitn to 

I .in for u mm sialic. 

I) it lo Bicrit, iu .bade* to If. 

i picture- tlviaf It Maagth aad 



rsl with foam. He r. plii-l that he wo- l""*'! l " " 'hfre-e "f cold thai 

tenl his Imr is three time, u  bv mdv. male bar shiver, and in ih, 

li o„ 1,1. , m I d tl.,'.ri„'.„lh. IWsjueiil- -upply thu wa^le of uniiual heal. 

ly, while the private .liit.r. v.at.r.,1 "» " » ** 

whenever they rl, pis.l. II ail, and i aa.Noo Uooo. 

nnd to iu veil stn-iblc, that the frt- M' rr '"' "'"I f'.ir,/ur truly ,i,ys : 

ut watering of Ids. . cllcctc.1 no gonl " U U " ,,u "- 1 'm|»«.ible l.  K . t I, ,-, - 

| iir|-s-., while ii mu.!.. t!., „, very l'«' w 't'mut having the frog, tut anay 



lie 



u tact no; g, 
. ., illy has Uw Mai 
iu ibis couutry im; 
IcxvU of Aiiicrirn l . 
lhat Lut a li i. |ji i. !, 

In k- found .illlolig.l the puicli l- -t, ,,t 

our fmrnm "aJ-'- This is a high , 
pliuieut In Ann-ri. m skill in :' , i , 
l on, oiuleuly |ps^i,, prove 

•I'i"" ..u I, do,i. a.wclla,,   M« 



known, lhat 
of i hoi t lean cut. 
ruY.d uu.Ur the 
en, and bitt.ler., 

'■ m.l,. ' ua in.   



MMfa 

to La rea- .^niit-l uinong 
thai pruning, while Iha 
is not a g.s.l 
Of limlto w hile in 
den result iu tincture, and 
linn-ions in |,.dling out pruned I i.ui. he. 
ft»u i.-ui; iii injury I il. |; 
aide, litis, the evaporation from Bt « ly cut 
turliicos ollcn rculu in .luinliu- the 
the aadaoa thobraucb fafaa ihe Mrfac, . 
littler defer tho pruidug tu.t.l i!. 
tree- ai i, iron, ti , t. T|,„ , IU .„ 

fisoe^i' powibio, abouid la  euvt : -| with . 

tamesahtlanua to exclude the air andj re :■ ' t-ii:tw, if prvjwrly 

vent evajsarama. A g,"«l simple  %hI- umtle to servo a muM OlofaahU purpose 'of llm loaves" of trt«, ami ext 
toglor thli parpose U a thin paint of '.Un me., li.uring, or to a. Id l uii; u  the to fouri h, a- t„ |ure u.iat il.elrogand 
white lead an l oil applies! with a .-m.dl luaimie pile. | u K.ud.ud, and umong have a h-althv f ad. 

I I'm Kn;l.sh farmer, in I '.imuu, 

I :l«i u.J a ll.i.r. 



.the 
spring, 



un, on.lortable and leihargic. |lors«w All veUruary .ureeoiw, all horsem. „, nil 

no matter wliut their w. ik w,:-, did not '"■"faf blaakanillhs, agree lhat the frog 

need wat , . lU-iier than three tiuitw a " ut U ' I"""' "'" l" rlil1 ""' » l "' ul ' 1 

d..y. Un r on:,, x; I., ,,-s, .. ''''" ''' N- matter I...W pbabl 

all our life i- to the , .me cUtet. 



I Mint e„ r fwli.lve.. 

PI " the laud in the lull or as~s.li a 
t i- mil , I the ground in the 
I I , lie until near planting Inue," 
'l~'g thoroughly ; then rrtws plow it, nnd 
■l !•• i. mid plant. Iu this man,,, , 
il ill -laud the drouth as well a- ,1,1 
had. I have rai^-l *HH) bu.hebi lo 
the nere ou laud treated as uls.v,. 



* li iinan I'-, rv, r say thai homy 
•If. , tl„, exudation of the saccharine 
a»dst,ftthefr.Kfi. 1 eutitawuys.u.«Hh.,nail p rli , „f tl.,. juU'.s, of plant* win. !, 

nie iiiifin-, Is,., divert. -I from 
channel of excretion, which 
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side., and iu two days it «ill be dry and ha-, h, 
• on I*. hardasaehjp. Vou might a. well cut Ihe pr 



hi 11 il lo lis' CUt .urfiOO. 



If c. ... lit iii a shower, uudyou ^tt your 
 •■ '. ' .n 1, it Isdoro it L diy. And 
•out the burse. 1¥Mii ha rnatan in wet 
»'•!* l« • ' am,,.. snKi. :ll hia hair v. ill, a 
. '.I room i. for heller tlaill 

nothing — in the direction you wi I, u, 
li,- n . , , dry. ThcaiMj will feel 
1 "I v. .ll bendy half IhotroulJolo 

■ Li.ii l.n.i th. ..xt time he u..-ls il. 



Tbo tough, .p__, 
| part of the ft.H/ is to the fool w lull hmn. 
Of bullocks are fed urn! li.i:. n.-l nu -iraw, uie U, the trees the lungs. Nt ver have 
""i'l 1 "id mrul. N« bay i. aatal, "It I hot .ii ■ put u|- .. tl i 1 



ibatl,: us df,rtl. I. - ■■ . TMaa itjfctel. 
l»raanuiaUr ol .lock emi bo f I. Maxrw. ik 
eutweutd, and .pio.l.l. I win, ,u xud\ 

Aad or oil n. .d, will carry v ,'4/l 

'til tluaugh Ifaxwfal, r. "j i rli, 

nd wb. a , e pr, js iti malely valual lo 

ill the order wi.,. ', ll.ey a. |.:..c. d. 

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during lh. ,.i ,,|i de|M'U,l- glellll, Upon 
I'm " ,,i the rtowei-, and .he 
color of th, jui. e. of the pluau from 
which it ,. eolhvlad. That uuttb' during 
• I"' earl, | .n t of the wassm is gre-ily 
prefeud I , 1 1, ,, j,^^. | a ,e r j,, the seu-ou. 

A b., |.„ „„, . *. j gu.1 by experi- 
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rod, oi I'i n-iiti, blue, are iu auiaiiu. r ex- 
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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1872), 1872-03-08

4 pages, edition 01

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