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IMiiKO EVERY FRIDAY MOKV(X( 

BV 

WILGUS & TOWNES, 



SUBSORIPTIOH SAraS' 



4 ne ciii.y, ycir, in (dTUM , 
iiiocnp)-, nlxmoutha 

ono toav rtn to ny 
.iwrljr i!(lk'«HliMrilM n. 

"^^JOHN P.R/r^TF«, 

ATTORNEVit LAW, 

iM.»-lyJ 




Vtl.T.TOir«kS. 




w. ypijqyA, Mi 0.. 

Phy^an J^d SurgAon, 

KiniUr tciHtsn hte pntcMloui 
■orrlou to Uit iiublie. 



PENTISTKY! 
/OR. 4. P. (MMPBELL 

^ |{«^|»ertruU,v Ibformji UWDBbllr Uiat h(i hn^ 
uniinl a tii**' V'***'l' W"^^* Williams, 
(I trniilufltQuf tnt lliilniiMiit* n«ntnl ('tWti'Kt', 
nn«l wtMiltMu-'plrtMHl UiMnU oti nil \vh i ninv 
ilfHiru iiit U si-r»i *».*» In »'\rr\ JfjiirttiuMir ut 

Ofllre on Court Sdccl, ncnr Muiii, 
Jlopkli ty|l e,Kv. 

MM iwpMtrnlIr lalxnu tbr pi:blle IkM h* 
kM rvlarMd I* liu ottuc ofi*r U«Mn. IC II. 
Hii|f| *r iM'iooni«r,wli«r«b«wlUb«»lMMil 
l  «*H M »ll wk i oiM ilmlm kltKn M* li 

umai iiiiu mv 

OABLIBIJ..gT. 

llECO(iNIZKI) ItY TIIK STATK ! 



lilplomni K(|iiivn|pnl lo Stnto ('•'I'lifl- 
calf*. '1 iiilinii FliKK to one 
pcrtoM IroTn ckcIi (.'oiiiily. 

nohri) 12 In |3 per wrrk. For ruin- 
luKiic ui L'oiiernl iiirormiKinn aildrcM 
I . II. C. VAKric Prinolpitl 



VOLUME 1. 



H0PKIN8VILLE, KENIUOKT, TUESDAY, FEBBUAftY 18, 1879. 



SUHBEB (k 



S«Batorial Oood Looki-Somi 
tilt Charaoteriitlof of th» 
Orayi Stignon. 



of 



K. A. Lrhnmnit . 'Willfltnr of AmoHmn htkI 
I'.irt-l^h r.-iri-Dto, \\'uk|iiiiiit in l». I ■ AM tiiii i- 
hr«» i itiiut Willi rnictiiR, wht'lhrr lirforr 

"WASHIHGTOII, B.C7 

HAS A FIIIST-CLASS II0TKI  AT 
♦S.50 |icril«y. 

TREMO^'T HOUSE. 

It Vo IJqiion fold. 



COOS 4k SUOX, 

PREMIUM LAOER REER 

*CITY BREV^ERY. 

■ RVASHtlll.Llt. IXPIASA. 
 ».IM, «|iperl*«mUiM 
•t»M-lt. 



Sf^tiinililin's Saloon 

Kait Hide of ttiiin, beiweca Nanhvillii 
MiMt and Mjitn til. Warehuunc, 

HOPKINRVIILE. KENTUCKY. 

Whi re tin- N. -l ItrniMl'' of 

ilBISIT. VIIES. MSB. dC.. 

Ilrrtu b€ f.iiuitl. nint |iliiln ntnl ni(\ul tUink* 
•raMrvnIloiiiiliJiii aiwt riifUiUaiH ft*!!!- 
n*w*t a CUiH-Urr't nrvr. Ilio Wa  ii tf« 
•Ml*, bwutniiin kr| I un lonil. lou« iitU 

"7 JOII.S- r.KXUIAN. 

, . 

PJastering and Cistern 

ntV l*ni1crfik|[nr t tnko* thU luftlimt of an- 
■aaiirlli|[lullir|illlllU' thai hv lian IihuU'iI In 
llu|iklH vill«, amllaursukmliuila all kImU 

•IllUllllUHl 

MW J IMWm. WABTMUWO. 

SalaniiAlntti   i.itvhs--iii'ii pimi, .tr. In 
ni«l,»llkl» l«m ». !  II, 1,1. Mnr. Malcrlnl" 
biraMlrrt whi-n il«ii. .,|, „i„l „ii ivctk nuaraii- 
. MwllaflT* aalUlMM..,, a mair ,if nublli- 

* ntniMC* •«lM««d. . 

r«b. I, Mil.-IV iJAH* Kl. f, CH.V8TAIN 



J. C. Shannahaii, 



IFiOB Um CblragaliilaMHrcnii.] 

R»-eiil letter* Oom South Cni'olinn 
niiiioiincc ihe rnpiil ricovci v ul Uov. 
llaiii|iluii, iiiiillili) iiitKiitinii III viKil- 
iiij; \Vii§liiii!(to!i na aoun ns W, \» Ma 
111 linvel. lie will brIiiK wiili liim hit 
iltiiiitliuir, who U ftcaerlbvil n« puaaci-i- 
iiiK iiiiuauitl bvaiily, mid whoac ad- 
vent ill aooielv here la «xpei;teil to be 
quite A aeii«atioii. 8lie Ih nlmiil Iwcn- 
ly yimri olil, iiiiil jimt (roiii sclionl. 
'ilie Uiivoriior liiinn'lf in ti liiijfi!, 
well-IVnnied iimn, witli a nice Hint U 
■oinewliat fiii'il iii ; in iia i.int-eintciii- 
ble, il'lhfit la n pi'oper. thing to »ny, 
lull liis leiiiui'ua Hi-e Irregular, and h'i.s 
•kin la ooariio. When he comes liure 
South Ciirulina \\W\ ha 
by better looking men in tlie Seiiiitp 
llian aay other Stale, as llnmbur;; 
Butler i* i| very liaiidaonie innn. lie 
lia« ngly eyes, liowcvur—eold; cruel, 
nnd sulky. 

Tlie Sonntc cnii atniwl n Kood many 
handanme men wIiIiomI Ihe floor lio- 
\\\% crowded tvilh tlirin. Lnuriiii; 
Coiiklliiir onto! the quentlon. n );liini'i  
at tlie Sennle will nhnw iiiniiv f; ind 
liiiikiii); men. illjfiiilliMl, wcll-circasod. 
li ilil-licndi'il, lii^li "iloiiip »t Ihoiiglit," 
)vell filled Mnnftirlia, but vciy lew 
With pre^iiitloiie to Iwauly. 

You oltoii icc liiirnalde'a 'form nnd 
rni'U ill lliu I'lahlon plalea In tailor 
tinrea. aloiiK«iilp of tlio Mnrquin of 
l^rnc, nnd In- ia u niiiii of (iiii  nppenr- 
ancc. He li iho Ileal (liT^'i'il inaii in 
the 8«iif le, a* Clnrknon I'mirr U ilic 
beel dramd man in ilie lion««, only 
Poller toolca lilte a awtll— a iHx-lciiey 
—and lluriialde looka 'like an Rnipe- 
ror. No man ia the Senate look* 
wlner than Dnrnoidi'. No Man wai 
vvur «o wiae HH lie lii' k ;,butiappoar- 
ani'e* ai-e ottcn dcct'iiiive. 
' Perry, Alli«on, llooth. Doner, 
Joiiea, or Nevada. Riiatli. Don Cam- 
cicin, Sppiiror, Wiiiduni— Ihe youn^r 
mi'ii ill lilt' Si'iintc— are ).'flod lookliitr 
— llml i«. llicy iirc up lo tlip KtmidMrd 
of iiiniily lii'niil v , !iii  li n* v'lU will 
lliid ainiinir buHincan men in  0(V' 
York and  ;h!caKu. 

llavard.'MoMilt, of Vorinoul, Stan- 
ley Matt'ieWK, WliftP. ot Mnrrlnint, 
Ciiinri oil, anil anihc oilii-r of the old- 
er-Uiuklii !Spiintiiri-' linic the appear- 
Hiice or ability and prarundh]r, and 
niav bn mid to Innk iinprnaatve. 

IiifrnlU looks like a cullc(,'0 profea- 
»or. ' 

(ioi-iloii loiil* lil;p II '.oliU. r, with a 
({iTat mine u nr mi liis i lu ek. 

Liin ir lookn likit a niaii with a 
..M .Wilitiriw., Ill* liaad U beni 
iliiwn, bt« liair liiient, 'and til* liand 
Ireinblca. 

C'liriatlancy'a nppentinre anififrslf 
ili( aaine lileu. lie U j^rowing old 
vi'i'j' Inwt, mill li|.i liiiltil .ifpioiuir the 
Hour biihind the Snnulura' chair*, 
w'llh Ilia band* olaapeit under Ida coat 
tall), ia mure nnd more iiollMmblr, 
Hiey aay there I* trouble on iho old 
man', mind. « 

niiiino'* appeamnrp Is I'uniilinr, on- 
ly he liiiaii't hlark liiilr left. 

lianilln look* like nn 1 'm v. 
Kngland paraon. and Klrkirnod like 
an nfd ranhioiied eonuiry dbefor. 

Rilninnda' lik( nn !  to ilio pie.lnro uf 
St. .leroinp Ik well knnu u. 

Morrill looka like Clwirlra Snniiier, 
rxrept Ida tViiiiic la not 10 N)atti« i 
nor Ilia boarin:; an iinlilo. 

iMuCrpcrv, of Iveiilucky tooka like 
Mr. I'IrkwI. k. 

Kntnii, ot Coniioi tldil. lik   I'liclc 
I'unililoi linok, ill 'liii'iit Kvpei-la 
liona." I never ace K41I011 tnlkinir to 
a pair* williont ilitiiliiiiriibrPiinihle- 
rhook and Pip. and experllnir to liear 
him, Inritin)! lo Thurmnn. who Ja III* 



The&othohilds and Atton- 



•pnt-niale, and aayini;. "Now, nun^ 
wilb r«*pret lo tliia buy." 

Garland, of Aik:\iifns, look* like 
one or Ilie prleat* in \ iborl'a pict- 
ure*. 

n ?n nitl look* like Joseph Medill 
Colllna or New llainpthira i* the 
smallest man in the Senale; t)avl». of 
Illinnia, the larj.'eal : Ferry has the 
niAal hair on bia head, nnd ('iiiiioi nii 
ofWIiromain. the leant, lirovcr nnd 
.loiiea. of n«rida,ara flie talleai nion 
ll^mlin and Mflrrlmon liabllnally 
niar awallowlail eoat*. and MeDnn- 
nil) wenraan nlAiftlhiimad , cloak like 

1 li t oga onniomai^««2»o|r 
i) k EoTiM of ,0u. Qwn. 



BOOT Md, NIIOGIAKGR, 

Rn«iie)Wllle;Strc ^, noKt iloor to M. 

Kidiniitt'a SnliMiii, I fopkinavUla. Ky, 

Kcualrlii* .tnni- pEani|,il Mill) a« l aaa ami 
4l^*|cl^ A purfbct It (aaraaMtd. 



8iina)d aen  
refcrenees, 
uolicitom 
D. C. wli 
chaigo. 
. known ^l\ 
expcrioi 
aiiieo 1 



for in*tmetion«, term* 
e., td Bdion Itn.ihera, 
I'ateata, Waaliingtoo, 
fnriiiah the aanio witliout 
iIkou Urotliem it a well-' 
ancceialul linn of large 
having been urtabliahM 
tf. 

idest Pxtblie Instruo* 
ti«B. • 



* iftfhoitof annnunring nivsrll ji 
7 lliu ofllire »r Sii}K rii)tcliilolit of 
ii'iKiii. A niillviMif MnrvlniHl, I 
liav«**','I ''"■I'l'TO "'an »-li,''it« 'n vi-afi* ;i ril- 
lioaF KpntiK'ky. aitil I iiinv l)i  sii|i|)ohciI to 
f b«r)iii[h  yiii|iatli)' with fvcry inuaim 
)ili £^tuj|iiilhfi- Uiu wulfure mill |irorf|)t rl. 



lUext lo be 
Pfnon, there 



It ia aonnwhat cniioua that the 
luuiidera of Mio two tainilie* which 
«liind HI the tend uf (he wuhUIi oI Ku- 
I'upe and Aiiericii were tiuili (.Icr- 
iiiiina, burn tilhiii eighty miles ot 
uacli otlier^lie one, Itolliobild, at 
Kranklori-oillhe-Matli; the other, 
Aaior, at WdiliMi. a hiii.iII vlllii^o 
near lli;iilelzM;ij^, in inc liiicliy o( 
Biiden. Twipty-livc ycnid iijjo tlic 
late Baron jMiW ilc Itullieliild unlil 
luan Anieriian gentleniaii. diIII alivo, 
iiiid now In ll^li city, llial bo beliuvvtl 
tlie Aatur toilune to be the largest 
accMmulniioi ofiiriviilc wealth then 
kiiuwn ill Ilu wi rlii. Old .John Ja- 
cubAaiur, iIm ruundcr ol' Ihe I'ort- 
niic, had lliein6«n~4«li4''*om   lour 
or live yeitrs-rlK died' in 1848— and 
Ilia ann, the late . Willij|in It. Astor, 
ndiiiinisturcd the aatur jealates. 

Twenty ycara, liovyever, innde a 
great dltlereiic^ In the* iclmivi! value 
ol'the Anlor'and Kothchild rurtuiics. 
baron Jaiiiet de Hutholiild, of I'arla, 
at Ihe time or his death left a fnriune 
of two hundred million dotlara, 
while that of the late William & As- 
tui', who died in Nuvpinhcr. 187.'i, was 
eaiininlcd at inueii le$ii lliiiii one Iniii- 
di'cd niilliun dollara. While the rort- 
uiie orilie lalt WHJUiD B. Aator/cp- 
I'caenied the mm total tt the Ailor 
wealth, that ofthf lata Baron Jamos 
represented but *||iortinn orilio Itoth- 
idiild ii'XMiiiiiiliiliivi. Other iiiPiiibcra 
nf Hie l.'oilirli^il r.iniiiy, union;; 
H'linin ilic viiiit lieritago oriwo hun- 
dred inillliiii dalara wa* divided, 
were already niiijiiuallv rlrh. and it i* 
|ina»r)lL' tliiil the j ie-eiit liend or the 
Innilly is li.liii' ilmii wiia Baron 
■lame*. Mr. .luldi ,ln('oli Aalor, the 
nideat son of the Inle William B. Aa- 
lor siiceeeded under liia fnllier'a will 
to Ihe bulk of the Aslur rorlune, 
which, iiiiiwIlhMandliig the great 
alirinliii^e in real eiilale, la rapidly iii- 
i iTiiniiK Iiy the i.lieer force ol nnenor- 
mnura nurpliia annual iiirome. Mr. 
•Inlin .larob Aalor haa ad only son and 
child, William Waldorf Atlor. named 
nller Ilie derman village In which his 
Krcnt-^rniid-fnilier wai born. 

Williiiin Wiildort Aalor. now thir- 
ty one years of nj:c. is an exretleiit 
huainesa man, and takea part in the 
inanagenienl or the estate. Should 
i-e liva thirty years longer— his 
health ii adinlmblo and he bids fair 
to attain a ripe old njc— hn will, from 
the riac In real ealalc. the improve- 
ment and rcmln;; of now vaenni 
property and the inlnral nrciimula- 
lion ofthe Aainr cnpitnl, ba ill all hu- 
man prolinhllliy by far Ihe rieheat 
ni.m in Amerirn, which pnailton is 
now oriiipied liy Mr. AVillifiin U. 
Vnndeiliili. Tlil« future millionaire 
niny lie styled the roiiilns Aalor; he 
innrrled dnriiiif Ihe pant year R young 
lady or aliigular beauty and him in- 
lellerlunl altalnments rrom ItiTladel- 
phin. The rnnnder of the Tlothelilld 
family had sixteen years llie start of 
loliii .laeob Asliir in tlie rnre for 
Aliniii l.^Tfl, wlifii Meyer 
Anselin Ilnlhsehild, then lliirly-aix 
rears old, had fairly slarled on Ihe 
rnnd to forlnne, yoiinpr Aalor. a lad 
of sixteen, tia'r?aj.'e hnlwhal 

he roiilil enrrv, left li'« village and 
mnde Ida wnv lo Kon.iou. Five 
years later. In Marrh 1874. he llral apt 
font on the ahore or the New World. 
In Baltiihdra harlinr. and iMma tlieoc   
l w wie  la la l y4»4M aMy,--Jir Mp- Y«fk 



Savings for Old Age. 



being married to the right 
there is nothing so impt)nant 
iii tinp'a lile «' to live under one's 
o«\i roof. 'I'lieio in aoinnthing tnoro 
thailpoetlcal in the expression of a 
witrrriling to a friend,, who said : 
have onr eosy house ; It Is thrice 
•arto. us liiicnusp it ia our own ; wo 
aveTbought it with the savings of 
Mil eiirnlng". Many were the anda 
■onii nins, ilie conlc'riinnery snlooiis, 
nd tbo neceaaarlo* of the market we 
laiiibnasa; luauv a tinia my noble 
uib*nd denied himself the comfort 
f toBacPo, Ihe refrpsliin { drnuglit of 
jeer.Wore his old clothes, and even 
palclipd up hoots, nnd 1 Oinclinado 
niy old J)niinet do. wore the plainest 
clollms, did tin plninest cooking. 
Saving was the order or the house, 
and lo have a home of  M|r own had 
lieen onr united aim. Now we have. 
There ia no landlord troubling us 
with raising the rent, aiidj oxnoting 
this or that. There ia no fearlinrbor- 
ed in onr bosom that in sicknoss or 
old age wo will be thrown out of 

... ^- . , _^Hae and home, and the money 

with voan (ihd Instrimicutal tmif ^hich oilipi wiao would have gone to 
fl-otn tbo joniig ladles of that liisif pnv rent is snfllciput to keep us eom- 

roi-tablo during tlie winter day* of 
lire." 



?Jo one deiiiea that it is wisp to 
make provision lur old ii)!e, liiil »u 
are nut all agreed as to tlic kind ol 
provision It la beat to lay in. Cer- 
tainty we shall want a little money. 
Tor a destitute old man Is Indeed a 
sorry sight ; yes, save money by all 
incani. iUit nn old ninn needs jnst 
thai pnrtii'iiiiti' l i"il oi .-irongtii vliicb 
yuuiig men aro most apt to uitate. 
Many a fooliah young rallow will 
throw away on a holiday a certain 
amount or nerrou* energy which he 
will never reel the want nl unlil ho is 
7i). nnd then how mutdi ho will want 
il ! It is rurions, but true, tlini n lint- 
lie of champaign at 20 will intensify 
Ihe rheumatism at three-score, . It i* 
fad that bverlasking the eyes at rour- 
leen necessitates the nid of speeta- 
clca at 40 Instead of 00. We ndvise 
our young readers to be savin ; ol 
health for their old age, for Hie iiiax- 
im holds good In regard to health as 
lomonay-y^wMlt net want not." It 
I* the grealeat mistake lo suppose 
that violation of Ihfl laws of lienlth 
can escape its iionulty. Nuiiiie I'or- 
givca Ilu sin, no ei ror; sl'e lets off 
the offender for fifty yeai s sometimes, 
but clic oHiches him at last, and in- 
tiinls Hid punishment Just when.Just 
whei e nnd just how be feel* It most, 
.•-^nve lip for old age, but snve knnwl- 
eil^fi' ; save Ihe rerollei'lioii of ;jood 
and iiolilc deeils, iiinoeeiit plensnre 
and pure tlioiights ; save friends ; save 
love. Save rich stores of that kind 
of woalth whiob oauiLOt cUminisb or 
death take awny. 



ilpn 'intMit have been a truly 1 
table e|it«riaiuniciit. 



Dr. Blaoklsurn's Addretu, i 

At the Court-hoii s  last TucJ 
nTglitwaB ih»'^iie2"«t., »el«ot| 
»piy«clatlvo ttwRlen^ thftt lias 
i l* lliakbpllding. 



Auttuns Lmvm. 

Preii them c«rcfnHy between news- 
papers, taking.' cnic lo avoid l ipping 
one niinther. Tlio iiexl ilny lako out 
the leave and dry the p.i^es. I'u' the 
, ,. , , J leaves ngahi in press, and the next 

I - Wi- Btaokliurn delivered a poNjday repeat the dry proooss. This 

should be done three or four tinica 
until nil the inolAluro Is extracted 
from the leaves. This ia troiiblcsoiue 
but tilt! I'fsiill is l.iiUiiiiil. If I!'- Iili-n 
ol each leaf, nftci' tuc llrst prosgii,;', !» 
brushed over with anlphnrlB«eid, d)- 
luted one-half with water, the coto' 
-iili^ will be still brighter, Po not wax or 
M Mitctrgfniih the leaves, as if gives Ihcin 
II n il. 1: KKiiv. !sii nnnntiiral ploss. Tliev eiin lie 



ful speech, of about onohonr'a Icr 
Wliieli called 'forth applauses, 
and IVfcjiieiil. His spf('i:l  V 'ls 
received, iiiidcoiivi'ined our p| 

Sf puliiii U  i)' sbnll lint tie wsi 
to Meomlhls pronili-e 



lint l « 

loom inlH proniiKO. 



DiOKwrAtl^ (-unvciitit)ii 



Subscribe ior the 

jSoath KeptuokiaD 

fo7- Tirflr V\loniiis, 



made into s|iriiys of ;:.ii'li\iiiis by 
means of the wire wliieh the llorisls 
use, twisted around their atem. 



The Lady of Ooltim , 

Fmni I.cn1ie  lllitstratotl Ncwapaiter. 
Tho llrst cleiiieiil of a true ciillure 
is ulilily. 'riic luiiiioly ii.-cs ol lile are 
Ihe strong budy, without which ao- 
cumplishineuts bare noibiiitf tfiAdoni 
but tiieiuselves, and are thrown 
nwny. In tho swtit fluctunlloiis of 
business, and the terrible reverses 
which 80 ollon sweep away the bust 
I'Oniided Iditiiiief. none are sale. 11 
Is tolly lor any family to roar a girl 
in the lap or indulgence for a lile or 
luxury, when a single wave or mla- 
rortuiie may sweep the caatle beauii- 
rul nway and leave Its iiimalos at the 
mercy of llic pitiless elements. Eve- 
ry girl si. mild be so (idiii'iilt'd that, 
should ailversliy throw her upon tho 
world, she will fkll, like a cat, on her 
feet, ready ror a riiii on her own ae- 
count. A lady or culture 1* on« who 
can use ho.' knowledge nnd aceom- 
plisliniciite for her own support in 
case of need, iind does not feel that 
any useful Industry is dcnientilng. 
'I'liu prnotieni must pi-ecede and sup- 
port Iho orunmontal, and oven tho or- 
nainental should be so thoroughly In- 
grained that it ran be made of use in 
case of need. Tho worst cvila of 
modern society will not begot rid of 
till every woninn is able to earn an 
honest livelihood, and respects every 
other wuinan who earns one, wholli- 
or iho is a "lady oroiillure" or not. 



The State Commissioners, of Indi- 
ans, ravor the inlrodnctlon of a bill 
cre.allnsra loan of ? I,0(X),000, in order 
that the Stnle House ntty bt OOm 

picted without delay. 



The late Col. Dwight, of Hlnglmm- 
ton N. Y., left in his will one thou- 
sand 10 the press of thai city, the an- 
imal iulcreel to bo n*iM^f»^ a yearly 
banquet. 



Prayer to be effoctnal must be ac- 

cunipunicd by faith in him whopraya. 
Prayer is only the form of asking. 
When children want anytliing of their 
parents they pray for il — th il is, thoy 
aak for it. The kind and cunaiderate 
parent heaia the prayer of liis clilld, 
tliongh lie may not ans ver itnl oaeeo; 
he not pive the tliini,' prayiMl for, but 
lie givi ,s sdriicthiii}; i-lse instead. The 
chilli ni'tjciil, liclii'viii;; in lliapromia- 
ps, asks lliiii lor wliat lie feels he 
needs. If the Heavenly Parent sees 
that what is'Hskuil for is nut best fur 
hia cliild lie does not grant it; but he 
li'oks dowa in heavenly conipaKsion 
and blcHioa. the faithful petitioner by 
making hia cup run over with joy and 
gIndncHS. I'rsyer makes us acqaaiot- 
ed with God just as tlic child gets bet- 
ter acquainted witii its jinrcnt by con- 
tinually making known its wbiiIh tu 
him. We have nunieruns examples ol 
tho power nf pinyer Kiv'en as ill the 
ISilile. Paul anil Silas prayed anil 
SHiifX praises when confined in pr;soii 
ami liio prison doors woie opcMicl ami 
Iheir fellerx loiwencdannd tho jailer 
came trembling, and he sought them 
tu tell him'wiiat he mnst do to be 
saved. An angel went into iho pris- 
on to Peter and smote off his chalna 
and led him out t i liberty and life in 
answer to a prayer. IJnt prayer is 
not only to be used in time ef preai 
trouble ur danger; the ;iian who would 
save bls^ aoul must be found daily 
pmylng. 

•*Praver Is the rhrUtlnn*" vital breath, 

'rhct'lirlsliiiii'- iiativr nir; 
III! wiili liwiirti lit till. j:ale nrilcnUl— 

lit anUiri* hi'.tvpn with (ir« fr " 

The iKew Senate. 

Hppiiblicnns(in nomnn)33; Demo- 
crats (iii i7((/i '.v) 42; liide|ieildvnt(in 
HMAi.i. cAi'H,) 1 ; total, 70: 

ALAkAMA. 

Term exn. 

1886 Geo. 8. Houiton. 
1883 Jiih» T. Morgm. 

AllKANSAS. 

ISS.') A IXmtiriiit 
1883 A iKj- II liarland 

I'Al.lFOKNIA. 

1885 ./ T fm-len 
1881 Newton Booth 

l-OI.OKADO. 

188.' N P Hill 
1883 Henry M Teller 

CUNKKCTIOUT. 

2886 Urvllle il Piatt 
1881 H'l/i W Buton 

IlKLAWAHK. 

1881 7'Ao» F Uinjiinl 

1SS;J A''/ SiiiiLylniyji 

Kl OIUIIA. 

188i  iri(X't(i ou Cull 
1881 C'Aas W Jomu 

UKOMUIA. 

188&i/oAn Ooidoii 

ILLINOIS. 

1,S(..', .L.liii .\ Lilian 
lS8;j Oavh) U.w m 

IMIIANA. 

1885 Doilel W Voorheet 
1831 ./(/» A.' McDuiuiM 

IOWA. 

1881 Wm B MUow 
1889 8e n'l ^ Klrkwood 

' KANSAa. 

J885 A liepubllean 
1883 Preston B Plumb 

KKNTlirKV. 

1885 John U illiami 
1883 ./ !» U Heck 

I.nCISIANA. 

1885 A Dtmocral 
1883 Wm P Kellogg 

MAtNK. 

1881 llaniiibnl Ilnmlin 
1883 Jiinics U lllaiua 
MAKVLA.NI). 

1885 Jamu B Qrowit 
1881 ]r PiHiik Whylt 

MASSACIIfRKTTS 

1881 Henry L Dawea 
1883 George F, Hoar 

MlCIIUiAM. 

1881 Isaac P Cliriallancy 
1888 Thomas W Ferry 

MINNICSOTA 

1881 Sam'l J. li. Mc&lillan 
1883 Wm Wlndom 

Missisairpi. 
1881 Blanche K Bruce 
1883 LQV Lnmnr 

MISbOtlHI. 

1885 Otorne O Vent 
1881 Francii 3f Cockrell 

NKUIIASKA. 

1881 Algorson 6 i'addock 
1888 Alvlu Sanders 

NRVAQA. 

1885 John P Junes 
1881 William Sharon, 

NEW tIAMI-SIIIIlE, 

1885 A Ucpiibliriiii 
1883 l :dward li Itullina 

»«W JtaaKV. 
1881 2'Aeo F Jtandolph 

1783 ,/ « McPheraon 

NKW vouk. 
ISS.I l!osi:oe (/inkling 
1881 t'riincia Kernan 

NOHTIt CAIIOI.INA. 

1885 Zebulon B Vanoe 
1883 Matt W Baiuom 

OHIO. 

KSSj Ocu IJ PcnilMnii 
1881 Allen U Thitman 

OUICdON 

lS85» meJi // S/n/er 
1883 La/iijietle Qvover ■ 

rKNSSVI.VANIA. 

2885 J Donald Cameron 
1881 M'w A n'iillnce 

IlllOlie ISLANII. 

1881 A E Burusndo 
1083 Uenry it Aiiiliony 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

1886 M'arfe Hampton 

1S83 Miinninij C Butler 

IKSNKSSKK. 

1881 dauic« £ Bailey 
1888 JtHam G JUatrit 

VKtkB. \ 

mi 8nm»M B Xaima 
im RMiard €ok»\ 

VEItMONT. \ 

18,S.") Justin S Morrill \ 
1S81 Uco F i:dinuiidt 
vtaetKiA. 

imsoM syimtn 

18S3 Jo/in W JoAiijitou 

WKST VIKdINIA. 

1881 Frijiik llti ^ord 
Itk^ Ueiinj (I Davk 

WISCONHIN. 

1885 A Republic/in 
1881 Angus Cameron. 

As nn iiislnnre of the malignancy 
of the modern icourge— diphtheria— 
It is inpniioncd that fur two years it 

has raged In some districts of Hun- 
gni v. In one town 1,2^) persons Out 
of 60.000 have lately been attacked, 
and 1127 li ive diol. Tho malady is 
also o^lronicly virulvut in Vtonint. 



ayiiiinyni for oormnti 
au reilnlont of all tin 



Washington Letter. 

Kilitor Koiith Kaataeklan: 

WAauiNUTOii, D. C. February, 16. 
CofulileiMble flutter is occaaioned 
by tliediieetion the cipher diH{iatch 
investigation baa taken, and that 
wiiieh lin' come outkl'onlyJnKt enough 
to show what mngnifieciit lascaliiy 
«ouM have been ili've|npi!,l had,^ mil 
ti c Uepiililiriiii ili^jia'i'lies been stolen 
and deslroycl, .MmtiMi, ("IimihIU'I 
and the otluT astiro mid iiiiscnipiiloii^ 
iiiaiiipul itois wi i.; i i tiaiiily luuky in 
liHvio}; lor President ol telegraph cmn- 
pnny n man who Hyinpatliixud' with 
ilieni politically, and who was notino 
good to aaaist thenb in destroying the 
evidences of what they Imd done. 
And au, as it is, wo have only tlie 
proof that the Republican ciphera 
wore more numerous than llmse charg- 
ed to the Democrats; lliiit th 'V weie 
80 binl as to justify a lliclt which was 
omiiiiitled by one rmllocU in Miutuii'.- 
eaipliiy, and tliinl asKi:,iaiit PustniasU 
er licnural Iti ady also a peute^e of tlie 
liiiliaiia Sfiiatur. The dnois ot tiie 
eitiiiiiiittee v,,oiii were locked, and only 
such choice spirits as Win. K. Clian- 
d or an I ex-C'ongi'CBs:nan Kv ins ail- 
nitticd. llivre the dispatcli -s were 
assorted, and all that cunlJ dam ige 
iTio Bcpublicaiis burned, while certain 
Uoinocratic mcssageH wero secretly 
kept by Brady, and iinallv sent an- 
noiiymoiialy lothe Now York 'I'ri unr. 
Iliitasitertcd that tlie burned correa 
(Kindence wjuld l,a e shown that li . e 
limidrel thoiisind dullara wcru raised 
ill Xew ^ ink and si'iit to l'"loridn and 
Lijuisiaii.i t'l k,'i'|i ill'! (■iinia;^!* of llie 
letnriiin^' lioanU up to tlieir villiaiioiis 
wurk. liiil till' III I'.t dam 'Kiiih' tliiiij,' 
llie inV'-Htigatiou lias bioiitjiil out is 
I lie telegraphic coriesponilunce be- 
tween Zacli Ciianller, Se.:retary ol 
theliiteriur, uiid J. N. Tynoi'i then 
Pustniaatcr (.iein'ial, relative to the 
sale ol two oOices uo'Icr Chandler for 
85,000. It is ptuven by these wit  
iicsscs that the telegraphs perfecting 
such a traiisacii in were pissed, and 
that the disp itches were returned to 
Sir. Tyner at his ur){pnt aolicitatiun. 
when the talk of investigation first 
began, riiis Iriiigs dnw 11 two cabi- 
uot oIKcers I'ailly wiiuii'IlmI. .\iid yet 
fSciiator Christ iaiicy has reslj,'iie'l liis 
Scnatiii'slii|i to lake an iiisigiilti. uiii 
Kiitinii Mi Nioii, ill order to make 
room lor Zmli (Jliaiidler in the Sen- 
ate. The same element in the Ite- 
publican parly that sent O^leshy to 
the rear lu make room fur Jack of 
Clubs, Logau, deairas to banish a de- 
cent man Iroiu Michigan ilint his place 
may bo tilled by ono whose name is n 
Hion, whose life is 
liat is vile in Amer- 
ican iKditira. 

But that element in llic pai ly seems 
to have got on top aj^aiii ..II sroiind. 
The Senaiiirial elecUoiis that liave so 
receiilly ocenired, put smiia well 
known stock in thai liody atier .M iirli 
4lh, but with a sluglu exc''|ilion, lliey 
ilu not aild an ounce of hraiiis or rcllcnt 
aay credit. The exception is in favor 
of VVlKCunsin. where the exchange ol 
Carpenter fur Howe i* certainly nn 
iin)iruvemenl. The latter has lieen 
in the Sanateeigliteeo years and leaves 
it on the 4ih of Mnicli 03 years of age 
wiilioiit a dollar ill the wiirl'l. Mis 
defeat is claimed as au adiiiinistia- 
tion triumph, liissevoie speech of last 
winter having airayo'l li 111 on the side 
of the stalw ai ls, (,'nrpi'iiter is a go d 
deal ofa lavinilc in Wa liiiigloii. ilc 
liss 111) stiiicrior ill eitl er House as a 
lawyer and au orator, is witty, logicjl 
aud brilliant. Yet with all thai hu is 
indolent and a man uf tuo many pur 
soual indulgences. 

The eiisotidu of Logan over Oglesby 
in Illinois is not such a groat change, 
though it is for tlw worse. They are 
much the same typo, and innch the 
same in lung power, wliich in both 
cases is belter filled for Irigliteiiing 
BilU'aloes oil the piaiiios than lor dis. 
passii'iKile aiuiimeiil on the Hoor of 
llie .'"I'liale. Tlie greatest difference 
lielwieu lliein is that one is believed 
tu lie li"iiest, wiiilc the other repre- 
sents course ignorance, cupiility, and 
llic whiskey ring elnintnt. One man 
in the Senate., will sadi] regret the 
change, and tiiat i* Senate r Booth of 
Calirornia, who is the mnniiigtiiale 
ofUglesby, They drink their whis- 
key straight together, wilk together, 
altoud tluatre togeth r. ami for all I 
know sleep together, Htranga fancies 
and Iriemlahips spring up aiuunf!; Sen- 
ators as in other walks of life. Care- 
leas lookers on, or readers oL tho rec- 
onls of C'l'iigri'^s, generally snppoie 
from the ileliatcs that a deadly nni- 
Iiiosily exists between SeiuHiirs of dif- 
loruut parties. Uiit this 11 mistnlie. 
Tile Senate is a happy lainily. There 
are bnt two in the body who aru at 
outs— Cnnkliug and Blaine. All the 
ntliei old gentlemen are as friendly 
and I'auiiliaras men cvt be anywhere. 
Tliiirman and Etlniundi, for instance, 
are the beat sf Iriondn ,,When the 
pi-oceediiigs get rather tedhms, Bena- 
tor Tlinriuan will lake ont his huge 
red bandani, open il wide, then sei/.- 
ing in the center, with his right hand 
he applies it to his Senatorial nose, 
gives a trumpet blast that rosunods to 
the utmost corners of tlio chamber, 
Tiicn ho walks slowly tnil «l the door 
lo liis left. At this SSciia'liir ICdinnnds 
awakens, and slnwlv saunters out at 
the door oil his right, 'I'lic two meet 
ill the cumuiiitoo room, lack the door, 
fetch out au old jug and wink solemn- 
ly at each other as Jtey refresh. 
They returd to their sentsly diftVrent 
doors, and in a feif minutes may be 
hammering at each other^w ith great 
vehemence, Il Stlmttiids gets to his 
seat before Thurman arrives, anil any 
vole is being taken, lie will turn his 
head when his name is^lled ami say, 
"I bolievo I am paiici^witli tho hoii- 
oiablo Senator from (.ihio." T"he dif- 
ference between the two men — the 
two ablest in piihlic lile — is that one 
is a sliiew d ^ulltlc tiieUsler in politi- 
cal luaneii vers, wliilo tlie oilier is 
bluiil, li'iiicsl ami p iweiliil. 

That old veteran tieiieral Sliiolds, 
now occupies a si'iit in the Senate, 
though bis icnii only lasts till March 
4th. He is a hero of two wars, and 
has boun SciMtur (low ibcec Slates, 



Minneaiita, Illinois, and Missouri. In 
a recent interview lie relaieil some i.i- 
teresiiiig incidents of his associulion 
wilh Stephen A. Uonglass. They 
were liotii elected to the legislature at 
the same time, and j;\;liuiiiiiiO'l an'l 
r.mim'il lojjulher. I.ater they were at 
llie same time Auditor and Secretary 
ol State respooiively,' and afterwards 
both nn the Supreme. Baich. Then 
both were sent to Washington, all 
ihror.gh which they cuiitiniiwl cbuun. 
Sliieliis evidently Icels natural in the 
.Senate. . But that body has not done 
a great deal of Work this fw ck. The 
Huiise has spent some time in Com- 
mittee of the Whole on ilie Post Oi- 
Koc appropriation hill. Many aiiieiid- 
ments to the bill ns rcporttsl by the 
appropriation coniinitlei! have been 
made. A wide dilVerence of opinion 
,!xists among the Dcnocials in regard 
lo the p.i-ial apinopriations, some ol 
llieiii liiililing tint it is the duty of 
lilt' (joverninent to furnish ample fa 
ciliUcs for mail ouinninnication and 



Besultf af jEasy Divoroe in 
Switierfand- 

|l«nilon Times l.ii^r.1 
Tho people in Switzerland, who 
po.ijess so greal 11 vsriely of politi- 
cal iiistitntioiis, and liuvn tried so 
iiiaiiy exiieriinciits in social oouiioiny, 
saiiuliuiied, so niuiiy years agti, Ihe 
iiitroiluctiuii ul whiii is virtiiall.t iiii- 
limlled lai ili'.y ol ilivontc. Dissoln- 
It'jii ot niitlriiiionv is ileereed lor the 
iiiu.-l liivial ol I ill- :^. 'I'lic reslill of 
this italo ol lliiii;;^, as discluseil in a 
return juil issued by Ihe 'federal 
Stailstlcal Bureau, Uralher ekirious 
than silt isfactory, and dues not speak 
Well fur the efl'ect of the experlinciii 
nn the duiiiesiii; liiip|iiiiess ot the 
Swiss peoiilc. Till.' li;;iiri's set lorlli 
in the report in question refer In 
1877. In that yoar the variouiconris 
of Iho Cunrederaiiuii decreed l,o:tii 
dissolutluni of nialrimony, nnd I .I4 
temporary sepnriitiuus, being at ihe 
rale of 171 for every 100 niurriages, 
 v'., (! I'.'i •.-Jt percent In tho timiiil 
liiieliv of Kadeu is only0.*i4, in Wurt. 
eiiiburg 1.71, and in Saxony 2.IU 
The proportion varies greatly in Ihe 
diil'erent cuntnns, and, as might be 
expected, is lower in Ifoman Ciilliolie 
than in Protcslaiil disiriets. In I'ri. 
Oberwaldeii, aiil lliilerwiilder di 
voices seem to be unknown, the rale 
per cent in these cnntona being ex- 
pressed by a cipher. In Valal* Il Is 
0.33, Sehwlr, 1.05. Ltioerne \.5i , 
Freibneg l.lit, and Ziig2.(9; while in 
Ulnria It raises to 7.32, in Kurlcli lo 
7.03. in Berne lo 4.117, and In (leneva 
to 5.52 per cent. It Is a curlons fncl 
—nnd one that may be useful to sonic 
fiilura Bucklt— that divorced peoplp 
marry more readily llinn celibates, 
Ihe ease being ill the propor- 
lion of about two of Ihe former 
loono of the latter; that two wid- 
ows or widowers are married for one 
divorced person, and four for one cel- 
Ibatp, or 1,000 cellbalRS of the ago or 
30. !l!) mnrrv ; of l,00() divorced men, 
240 ninrry;'niid ot 1,(KX) willows, 430 
marry a second lime. Tliis is the ex 
perie'nce or Switterland, and from it 
Is drawn Ihe noneluslon thai, despite 
Ihe great number of divorce eases in 
this eonntry, niarrlngo is n happier 
state than sinp;le-blesaediinaa, inas- 
much as those who have tried il once, 
even though they mav have under- 
gone the plaaaant exparieneejtt a suit 
for dlseoluMon of inatrhnuny,- ere 
anxious to try it again. 



THE SOUTH KENTUCKiAN. 



ASyvXRTISIirG RAT£S. ^ 

Oiic iiiiifire«' r K-^«, (Irai in»rrtlQn . . J M 

Oiitt iM|hiir«,i)rl  iMt, ii(!^D l iftitcAttun ^9 

U.iOHqiKiru^tlm'fiHtiiitltit 4 ov 

0;tii Miuarc« iwolv* tuauthi lu oo 

THi 0i|niin f . Filv intfiitli!! ij w 

Tn-u,i«iiiiirL ft. oiiv Tear j: 00 

O.ic-rdiirtli uohiiMii. PIT vciir t3 Hi 

One-thlnl votiitiin, per vi nr . . &| CO 

( iiL -)iulf rulumn. pi-r \ vnr 01 M 

Ouu i-.uliii))u, iK-Tvi-ar' 100 01 

Bii»fnP9ii IcM'Rla, too rents per lino. 



FairiHftir*d BeantiM- 

Albany .Vrgiia. 

Tliere t«a chkssor poetry which Is 

rciii'irkuble lor its steady parincrship 
ol liur beaiilics. W lii'iievcr mie llliits 
a popular song, a Ir.iililiuiial ballad. 
It i* luiiil ill ndiniraiiun, like the 
Si'otch ballads wfihmit except imi, of 
yelluiv hair. That lint, we believe, 
is rare in Mudcrii Urceco, but In luve 
soiijr-' and sliorl il lliei, of the people 
ol llie .\iuie:i nnd tlie i^laiuN, llie lie 
loved has itlwaya guliicu hair ami 
eyes of sapphire blue. The deserlcil 
brido sings how her luver's hair 
"shone like the sun" nbunt his slioiil- 
ilcrs. In the French "Volkslcidor" 
the girls are almost, ns invariably" 
bluiide as in tlie soii,'{s of heiiie. 
'■liloiide is with us a syiioityiii tor 
belle," says M. Laisnel du Salle in lii$t, 
ii.'eresliiig book on the Irlonds and 
ciislomsoMhe people of Burry The 
Sliaeflics any ol 1 young niiin "II va 
voir «a blonde," thoii;;li the ''bloiiile" 
has hall o iiilciiso blark. Tlnn.— is 
oven such an expression as "alicr en 



hilt to this 'appropriatioiiii mnet Vf blonde (l»ji WiOotug),'' which pmves 
iocieaaed aatho eduntry growis; othom 
huld that unless ttalrietiun* ara pla-.-ol 
upon the expendltorea by ourlailing 
appropriations, the department w.ll 
run into waste and extravagance, as ii 
has done for years past. Phono. 



tlio universality ofllie bclict in rnir 
buaulies. People describe a child, ur 
a grown np persun with icddish hair 
as ''blonde roniine uii bassin" — a 
scoured copper basin, he it nnilor- 
stood. ' ThU saying la as uhl as the 
time or Guillnunie do Lorrls. who 
nsos it In Ihe "lloiniin de In Rote." 
The peasanti retain the niieieni taste 
of Hie uourt and country poets. M. 
Jyst Vellint says that the Trouvers 
used to ask rorgiveiioas fruiii their 
audience when Iliey snug Hip pralspa 
(if a briiiielte. We confesii that we 
ri'inemher mi exaoiple of tliis pine 
lire, iia\', in tlie la'ier ■eini-e| i t soni;8 
the .-^olitaii s d iiii:titer, who was sure 
to be dark, always won the knijihl 
from her rival, the Christian lady. In 
UraiitonieN lime the ntHiIon lor yel- 
low hair prevailed. It may have 
KOiiie, Willi nilipr ideas ul t'lC lie 
iini-aaincp, from Italy, where the Ve- 
iiRlinn Indies used lo stjelrli tlipir 
locks out over the vn»l brims of a pe- 
ciiliar sort of hat.niid all on the honap 
lop exposed lo the f^ill rays of the 
sun. it was natural t'lat pnliilcrs 
should prefer nnd help lo keep in 
lashioii till' Venetian locks, whie'i 
.^eein to have eaiiglil n smibcnni   ii 
their coils, and even now hold ii 
prisoned on ihe canvii* of Tilau or of 
llalmo. 



Tint Thing*. 

Envelopes were] flrtt nted In 1838. 
The first steel pen was used In 1830. 
The first air pump was made in 
1650. 

AniBlhesia was first discovered in 
1844. '■' 

The first balloon aaeent was* made 
in 1783. 

The first luolfai .,miteh was made 

ill 182(1. 

Hie entire Hebrew Bible was print- 
ed in 1488. 

The first iron •leamihipwa* built 
111 1860. 

ShJps were first "copper bbllom- 
ed" In 1873. 

Coaches were first used in England 

in i:ii;'.i. 

The first horee-rnilroad was buiil 
in 152»-7. 

Gold waa tint diseovered in Cali- 
fornia In 1848.   

The first wnlohet were BUMle »l 
Murembnrg, ill 14.7. i,.., , , , 

Omiiibusses were frilroj|i eett 'Ut 
New York in 1830. :• '• ' 

The flrat newspaper eilverUKmeut 
appeared In 1661 

The. lint copper cent wa* coined 
In New Haven In 1687. 

Kerosene was llrst used for 4iglit- 
lug purposes in I82U. 

Tho first lelcRcopo was probably 
used In England in 1608. 

The first snw-inakcr's ni .vi| was 
brought to Aineripa.ln 1819. 

The flrat nse of a loeoniotivo in 
Ibis country was In 182!). 

The llrsi almanac was prillled by 
Geo. Yon rurbach in 14tiO. ,, . 

The first rhlmneyt were Introduced 
into Uome rrom I'ndiie In IBB8. 

The first priming press in Ihe U:;!- 
ted Stale* waa Introduced in 102'i. 

The nrst (learn entrlne oii Ihl* con- 
tinent waa brought (row England in 
17-53. 

(;isss windows were flr»t Inlro- 

dncrd into Kngland in Ihe eighth een 
tury. 

The first complete sewing machine 
was patented by Ellas liowc, Jr., in 
1848. ■ 

Admired by All- 

Kvcrv person who has nsed Dr. 
Price's llniqne Perfninos admired 
them. His Pet Ifnso is clinniiiiijr— ilio 
frajirsncp of sweet liliissoiii  ; bis 
Aliala Bonquet, delicately dcliglitlnl 
—-Iho odor of ilaimy Imda ; while 
Ills Floral Itlches surpass in rich fresh 
flowery odor anv Cologne or toi- 
let water ever maae. 



ABiuinMS Woman- 



Dulralt ftf Prrss. • 

Few men arc 'inclined to gram 
women the rredit of having any bus 
iiicsa inot. or doing business in a bns- 
iiitiss way, bnt ihry iiinel ruine down 

ill the ease nf the Detroit widow 
ivliiHO personal clli'el  are now being 
overhauled by an ailiiiiiiislrnlor. She 
made nn Willi but her privnlo pnpi r. 
In her do-tk explaliipd all lhat. The 
first paper on lliu buiiillu was in- 
dorsed : 

'Oiler of mnrriagn from Mr. 

llespectfully dc lined on the ground 
uf Ilia stoop. sliuiilders and defective 
vision, C'nntenis private.' 

The next pspei' wa-- ludor'ed; 

•Sclipdiile n, show ill" Hint 1 have 
just eiiniii^li lo bury .ne.' 

A dainty looking episHe bore the 
Indorsement In red ink : 

'Nnmbpr'G.'— Conditional ofl'erof 
nini'rln 'C rrom Mr. S. declined tvith 
tliiiiika, 

A bill sent fioin a iiiilliiieryj hoiifc 
liore Hie (ullow ili;r in pencil : 

Paid the wiiliin. in presence of Hie 
cook, tho day Mr. U. called and ol- 
Ipi ed mo his hand and heart parlor 
slovc fell down aaineday. 

A bill of ♦2,S.;i7, sent from a gro- 
eery lion^p was iiiilor-ed : 

Si'llleil Hie williiii lor ^20, as I iiev 
P1' IT.'ItV'Mw snidines as charged. Paid 
the inonc.v'tliejiav Ihe cook rell down 
stairs. KejeelcirMr. B'« ofl'er lo wed 
him jnst before Hie bfH i-(i41ici'i-' 

An offlcini envelope PoDtlriiiitig 
several papers was marked : 

'Various epistles hinting at mar- 
riage; orthography generally poor; 
grammar lerrlblo ; conslrupli'on vnrv 
had. Answered each ono kindly but 
firmly.' 

A pink colored lellcr wllhont en- 
velope wa* marked : 

'Gushing ofler ol iiinrriai.'o f om 
young Ur. Y. Ink very poor, nnd 
nn palho* in Ms expression. Tlr t !s 
tho sopond direct olfer. Declined on 
accniiiil of ilia yoiiih.' 

A bill for seven dollars, balance 
due on a cloak, wn« fliad : 

Paid Ibis, after a sharp dispute, in 
the presence of Sarah, who hurt her 
nose same day. Mr. Ij— w»s*,In 
the perlnr alihe time. Proposed l e- 
rere he left; gently, but iirnily de- 
clined offer on aceonnt or his' dear 
ncss.' 



Dr. Mary Walker has petitioned 
Cuugresa rur a peiflon, 

Kate Ficld^iias raised (3,000 ror th* 
Shakespeare ^piuurlnl Vxmf. 

^iroVn'^'^tP'^'''^'^^-*^ 

St. Louis Is reportetlUa (iny (lOO^- 

000 for the teaching oO||ii German 
Inngnage in her schools. 

Cbipiniwiks^'sklns are difd 
by the people of Oregon to be i. ^ 
bic lor iiianuliirturo ot kid glove*. 

"Voubg t.4idie»," at llaclnd; Wis.;'? 
are givnii lu dtivsiiig ihentMiC'vlM in 
male allire and proniiHtndifig the 

streets, i , 

A barber advertise* hlio'elf Uv |a 
placard hung in. (1)0 window as "f |ie 
Ki-eni caplllgry ubrniger,^mt lull^ut■ll»l 

artist." 

Il is .'l.ileil lliiil ilio privale coiilri- 
liU'.ioiiK ol .New York t'ily lu buiieVs 

ulent id4s -'  w this luai yvur aniuunt 

10 (12,000,000. • ' i ■ 

Bufl'alu Bill has made fl :h'i,OflO ihe 
stage, nnd Int jias broiiglii 6.300 head 
ef eiilUa iii  .KniisaM^ winiru he wHl 
live. 

In 111* an'nnal m kirii|ri  Gdvernnr' 
Bishnv of Ohio rncoHiineiNla ihaltha 
Loglslainre niake new laws .to .pre- 
vent grnvi*robbIng. 

Maine pity* her women trneher* 
less than any oilier of the Slates. 
They reicive only ^17.01 a iiliinlll, 
iKaiiisi ;(:,'iO. t.'ifof the male toiirliers. 

Fo "011111 niercliaiits stiip cirgs lo 
London ill rlieap eotliiis tliei-f beiiu 
more priilil in selllii'.' Ilip i iillina ilmii 
lUiUsposing ol other woudvii paoka- 
ges. 

T.io Emperor of A iisiria nt hit in- 
IM it at Isi'hil, is an inveicrale snm- 
ke , nd has nn the writing table of 
111- iMulrouin a number, of lung coarao 
Virginia cigars. 

Payard Taylor when be died bad 
only bc;.'iiii his lile of (ii cihe. lie 
had made eopions notes for H e W ork, 

11 It they will not p.'oce iiiiell igible 
pe .Hps to ant one ,.ls,'. 

I'A-l loveriior .Mai -liall of Miniieso- 

1 I is now in seiin li i,l I, is -on (ieoige, 
alloy ot tilleuii, who bus run away 
from home, ntler iiii iiijiiiliciuii* 
eonrSo nf reading boy's trashy books 
■tiid papers. 

The Conslilution of &t isaachu'eil*. 
aiicieiil nnd sillied in ilsplirasculogy, 
digi.ilicB Mr. 'I'liomas Talliot as "Gov- 
ernor. (''ouiniander in-l'liler of the 
Land anil Sen Fon es of ihc Com- 
muiiwcallh, Captain licneral and Ad- 
miral. 

PSMrs. Mary JUrler,; of Boston, 
eTainis to he the heir of (12.01X1,0110 
wo ti of property in Mnrrinnd and 
^I'oi.and, leli in' 1772 by Wliii»in 
Mai'kiiv, ot whom she Is a diri'ct (de- 
•cendciit, auii she ha* emnl4»y.ed eiiii. 
neut lawyer%(a look. u|i life case. 

It Is nil ill wind which blows ho- 
iiody any good. 'I'lie Fr iiicoslowu 
(N. II.) sonp-sloiic i|iiarr  workmen 
woiilil all iiave been ilist liarged If an 
order had not come in lor n largo 
sarcophagus deslinvd lu eoitlaln the 
remains of eVi-Gurenior Onslow 
Slrnriis. htai 

Dr^Qnin, London's 'most famn 
diliPi'oiit aiiice Iho tiiiie of I'Oj||^{| ^„. 
i ig. recentiv died at the SW^rff over 
70 years, 'Hie '^[•;!^''r/\„i,„iU',\ fh 
sparklins- liHh w ilj!,.4kf;,| i,;, ji.vo- » 
animal spirils. foudAf Jncdoie ■ami 

y and reck lnjjgj|f^„„-, „m,l„ him 
popular nt uir 



slioeiiijl 



wilb leavi 



rer III Wale 



ilial'LO'd 



Sixty Miles an Hour onlthe Ice. 

(Niir Ynrk Worlil.i 
Ipo h.inis have been ii ed nl Xew- 
burg, X. Y., for the past lew days in 
Irsnsporiing passenger* acrus* ihe 
river. Pai seiigur* from the lludsun 
Kivcr ICailrnnd. alter ridiivg at Ilio 
rate uf at least thirty miles au hour, 
are iiiuch surprised luflnd themselves 
scudding along on the i :o at Iho rate 
of sixty mile* an hour. Some are 
found loo timid to' lake the trip. 
Ninety sheep were brought ncru-s 
the river len at a tinip. One or two 
trips were nindn so quickly that ti e 
bunt crossed over and returned over 
lo Iho Fishkill «ldo bel'oro ilie next 
len sheep could bo caught and their 
legs tied. One or the lainoni Ward 
^arsmeii ran the boat, 'llie mllliig 
master* arc filling their cofl'crs. 
Many people cross orrr and back for 
the liuvelty of the fast ride. 



'sr Ills wile on Hie pm i-li, 
was rcqjf,||y |,„„(p,i „|, |,v an ollii or, 
and lufimi jn » misurable hovel uii 
the li^|, of a moniilain, stirroiindpil 
bv,i(n army of irnlnnd rat*, which 
aliaiilly dpfemled Iho #a«tle and 
drove tlie uQcer awf y, . 

Tho SopIi'IvVov Ihe Pnacrvalion of 

he I rif h Tanfriiflge lfR«-inemnrlailxpd 
the Kriilah govprumi nt hi favor of 
placing Ihe tearhing or the Irish hiii- 

giiiign on Ihc regular proi/niiiinie of 
llie iiaiioii.il schools. |i Hie peo- 
ple are desirous of learning their iia- 
iiv« langnnvp. nnd over iwotihou- 
saiid tenchprs are able and willing to 
teach them. 

The clergy of Collliigwi^od, Out,, 
finding that llicro was liio much copr 
per coin In Ihe enllectloii Imixps, hit 
upon the expedient nf willidraw^^ 
M'lini'eireahilioii all Hie eeiils llieji 
could not hold of— an eviieilii'iit that 
had already been sm ce'.-liill y refort. 
cd to elBewlii!i' i. Hut the cliureb 
nipinbers meruly sent abroad and gut 
0 e liundred dntlir* tvorlh of no v 
pciiiiios, nnd placed thcni In circala- 
lion. 

Caleb Cushing was a innn or strong 
passions, aninnil and iulelleitniil, 
tliero was prolnibly not a iiioineni in 
his w hole wakiiiL' lile si licii lie w as 
not lliiiikliig. proloiiiiilly lliinkiii ; 
Ho smoked like n steam Piiginn. a- 
Ihoiiirh llierc wprii nlllilv in tobacco 
Ilc used prorniiily to iiiipnri emphn- 
sis lo some angry pxpresslnns, but 
never idiv or inenninalessly. He 
drank socially bin iiiadi Hip or |asiiiii 
invariably bear fruit i y slarlllUI iii  
nrirnment or making a bu*!llC4  
friend. 



Chestnut trees are known^ 
lived nine handled years, inmetreos 
have attaineil six hundrw^year*, in 

Kiaiiep: and birelie* ,erei 
be equally durable. 



The Chearteat. 



Priep's 
raiiilla 



Iteliable arlinles like Dr 
Sppcial Flavorlm; Kxlrncts 
Lemon, Orangm, Ginger, etc.. that 
have stooi' the tesi of the best .tiidjic 
in Hip eonnlry' are the clienpol in ilie 
long run. If licullh is tu be consider- 



The kiiiL'.of Swei'deii lia« Rlop]ied 
a run on a .siockliuliii bank, and per- 
haps averted ii seriuns |i'inle, by 
opening a heavy nrcuunt with ilin In- 
stitnlioii whose solvency was called 
In question. 



'•^lenny a man," remarks .losh 
BillHjgs, "has reached Ihesiiminil ov 
lame, 'and then lookt down into the 
hnnildc willey hcciiin from, and lon^jwl 




A Qi-AKKu's Anvn n TO Moxkv- 
HfNTKHifl— A prudent and well-dis- 
posed member of Ihe Society of. 
Friends mice gave thn following' 
frieinlly aiU ice ; 

•■.lohti," siil'l ho. "1 ' lirarl thotl art 
poini; In get iiiiii i ied " 

"Y''S," replied .lnlin, "I am." 

"Well," replied the man of ilml', 
"1 have ono liltle piece of advice i . 
give thee, and that is, never many :. 
woman worth in'oie than tlion art 
When I married my wife. I w.is 
worth five shillings, nnd s|,e w,'- 
worlh sixlv-two; and whenever ati' 
dilVereiiec has ocenrred between w/ 
siiiei', she has alwiy.* thrown up th- 
odd shillings." 

la 

.V good advnrilsetiieiit in a' new 
paper l*-*}'' no fare on rnilruiids ;cusl 
notliliig lur. hotel bills; gives awin 
no lii^vei^ of oigars lo enstoiners, ot 

merino dresses to ensfomcrs' wivpe; 
ili iiiks nil v, lii -liy uuilei ih'i. Iijad . i 
I l a V ell; iieuspa. )ki t ^ilra . n i 





TV 



widmim 



■nib 



THE SOUTH KSNTUjSXlliil. 



Hull. Jolin FeUiiit boon nieutuil 
oim of llie Vice-presiilenli of Kcii- 
i "t".' ! liirky lli^loriiMl Sooiely. A well bc- 
Eittton si,,,;.,,,) Tiiii ,i,.sci vcil eoiiipliiiiciil 
mir counlv-mjin. 



lIOPKl^CjjViLLE. FEn. 18,1870. 



AflwlDter wcPitH. 

1\ hf II tl.e KtMiiTiil lios ' 
8i l i- h«io litave'. 

WhcD the (lum:ii;o- u t ' 



'lioldt the tort,!' 

■pn Il8 the TOt«." 



II. 111. 

CUUIll V 



II. 1). McUiMiiy, of 
is ill Wiisliiiii'liMi II C. 



Ohio 



10 



Miss.I'urliiiiii,eilil()r of llio HaWanl 
.Vc'ii'.v, si'ciiis lo he cxiciisivi'ly (/KO- 
t(d liv Ihc oililoi-iiil mairni llie Sl«tc. 



J)r. Dliii lihiirii fliirts irlSmls fort- 
rnmiiig fioiii every iiicli of Kuiilucky 
Kiiil. Pitir friciuU, $uiiiich frieiidt and 
frleiids nllnitellii ''. foi' evorroorc. 

Goii. Ilojror A. Pryor, ilio Icjrnl 
|•^|lrfi«elllnli\'0 of TciiiiesBec* boiid- 
lioliIiTs, is ill Xaslivil'io niul has iniule 
II propoiillioii to i)ic Suite to discount 
tlie ludebtrdueM 40 par cent. 

The Loiii. .villc Smiild!! Argia 
(■nines to uslliis vvoek biiriifiicd with 
jiilh mid hrilli.'incy, and is one of the 
very best us well iis one of Ihc niasi 
Imlilipcnsihlo of (inr cxcIiiiiiltcs. 

Tlic Ciuii-alines in lliiri crs Wcv.k- 
Ijl cDst iwo liniidi'i'd dollars per wock, 
or ♦lO.WO per iinnnii!. So llie Nnsl y 
work of llio Hnrpci'ii, like that of llie 
Soniliern Reluming board*, li boaglil 
with a priee. 



•I. K. Anilorton, (iruililiil tlnnies of 
Potter- Cmninilleo renown) i« jiist 
nnnollliccd as one of the editors of n 
Xevadn pnper. Si'eelnl m ilic Xn- 
IIuiirI p. Aisorlation : ''Tlio Lord 
lovotb wboin liu cliimlcnelli." 



Orthomyrlnd llglil.s In llie lirnv- 
cim, lliU,ImmciiM enrth of ours is 
viiiible only to Venui, Ueronry, 
MartMid the Moon. With Juit a lit- 
tle eonxinit we'll take our* double 
column, d ft w t f. 



Col. Fayette Hewitt teemi to walk 
over the gmund with eate akin to 
that of our next Governor, L. I'. B. 
The Col. poagesaea all the roqnipiics 
lor A model' Auditor mtd to hi ni we 
gladly uy. "God ppccd." 



Ttip iKipultir current in /Avor oMUo nonilnil* 
tiuu ot liv. lllMckbtirn for Uovvmnr ba» re- 
ruiitly U%vt\ nlHile mo iniiriirMt ttiat Ihe pilbllu 
invtinct I'linuot inixtiike lis furru. The fuol- 
ingil'ii'^ niitsu6tn to bj cuiiUne I to any |iar- 
tlciilnr IiH'iiiity or iii'clioii, uut is all piTvad- 
iiig. mill nil the arlH ami aii|iliiinrvH ornkitl- 
fttl an.! iiiiUlsH iiiil.1 pnlilii'l.iii.^ rami. 'I |i:' .v|.|it 
Utf l»';:iliiilnti! ic ult .--[(.\ nrii.i -.l.rtiriial. 

'I'lioi! liii'! "'.i''. wisely. And il litd 
bi'on hi'lii r liM- IIh'C lindVt tlion said 
ihine s:iv -oinowlml sooner. 



nu Fettn OommlttH. 

The cvidi'uci' i.'ivcii lo lliis i-onimil- 
lee l)y si:uios of \vilni.'ssL. , IVuni botli 
the Uepublieaii ;iiul IKiinHU'iiic iiur- 
tie«, liiis proven iioihiii^. Tlie priii- 
uiplcun wliii'li llie Coinniiltc was :ip- 
poiiiled is about the only liiudiible 
foHlnre of the wliole iilTiiir. So hr as 
lliel);ood derived iherefrum is con- 
(■(•nu d the iTsiilt bus proven to be all 
foj; iiiul smoke iind no game. We 
liJivo spent iin nppro)irliilloii ut about 
|^.UaO on this investigation. The 
people pay this most assuredly. Mr. 
Potter and bis associates have been 
rooeiving their rcj^iilar suliiries in ad- 
dition, ao thai lliei^ust to the oounlry 
of this invcijli;;iiliou lia* been nbonl 
 50.000. What good lw( it done?- 
Thrown air additional Diispicion on 
John Slierinnn llnl lie piiivhased Ihc 
Louisiana lictnniiii^ Hoard volen, 
niowdor and Wighiinin, have j i,,,, ,„.„vcs nollilnj{- The committee 
ceased their pnper bullet duel, for the L„| ^^^^ connlrv have Icnrnc.! ihat 
prcsoni, while tholr phynlolans ban- | jj^oniin i.n- Hie belief that 

dago np the broken limbs, wash away ^\^f.y^ \^ ••soinclhinL' l uilon In Den- 



oi've n Ititter tioui thvttro, 

ItuliY mine. liAlir utile: 

Ile'a conilnc lininei rlii.-'a a Jlar, 

tliiliy mini), Iwny inline." ■ 

17e hn^A known aevenil lathers lu 
siicreifd III getting dlvorcea with con- 
siderably less ^ thaw one half the 
i^rnunds contained herein. Ta^e 
warning, women writers. 



Die blond and probe their wounds. 
Take care gcnlieinonl iho code of 
Coiiinion Sense is very severe In its 
lieiiallies, and von may yet he fed to 
iliiii vorauious slayer of iinbecili, the 

F. K. 



There is no irnlh in (he stalpmcnl 
that tiie editor of the London Timet 
Is nbont lo resign. We knew our du- 
ly to our ^'cneroiis snliscribers and 
lhal {{ciitlcinaii will liave lo sland hi   
, disappointment as beet hernii. 

'•Pope I-i o .\ 1 11 helinvei that tlic 

ppilliii;.' of salt al Ibc liible isasijrn of 
dcatli." Yes, iinlecil, c.-^pceially when 
Ihc juvenile cftleli is applieable. 
"SpiU on Ihe rudilor of liii fowl." 
Tli6 parson nose, down with sueli 
fowl tales. 

The River ami Hnrbor bill, as rc- 
jiorled lo Congre-s, apiimprialcs 
♦5,78li.lX)0 lo the iiiiprovciiieiil of har- 
bor and river channels. To Keniuc- 
ky liiver, .flOO,!)'*; lo Kig Sandy. 
I|ll2.000; lo Ibc Cumberland, below 
Naahville, .^-^'j.o 



f The Rev. Mr. Spurgeon spends a 
4011 of hit time In editing a tnag- 
1(0 also And It quite a re- 
V tiino to (teat away 



luinc 

I're^liiii^' p_ 
from our task^ij-"! '"'lu'Se '« 

rial sn ibblii'KsV '»» ' 
, „,sl\- Inxnry. 



Il is rijrhi amusing to nolo how 
niixions ihe leading Republican news- 
papers are lo have Tildcn our next 
iiiiniiiicc lor the Presidency. They 
kuiiu be would be bealen and this 
inaiiifeslly aocounis lor llieir solici- 
tude. Diui't liiirry us. Republican 
Iticiids, we will do llic riiflit lliiug by 
you if yon will kindly consent to 
give us lime. 

Do von iinpndenlly lake our office 
for a niorgne, Mr. Mnuucll. when 
yon direct your paper lo "Deinucriil, 
X.W'X?" AVe I'allier suspect that 
li.eold Dcinoeral wnuld eoiiirialnlatc 
itpclf. liad il Ihe privilege of coming 
back to i/) »/in /eiu /i()Oc» with von, 
liul then, III the natural course of 
events, a fellow will get into a liuhl 
place, once in aw idle, and, to make 
an entirely iiuproniptn guess, we 
would say llial ui jirefcnl il's jnsi so, 
'nir and 'alf, perainbniHiiiig in Ihc 
lia|ipy ground of hnnlini; deliiii]ucnt«, 
or else, (/o(/.g(il-ii, bow eiiiini-you-so- 
utf this vear, Mr. .Miinncll! 



A ireatlamsn of thlfl cltv. wlin hai r«rentlr 
licen InChrlatlan mill TiumI rmmtU's, n'luiri! 

thelodtrattonasnoil fur tim-i until. s ti  ir-^ 

formir fetlowiown-maii. 1. 1 . i inkrwo 1.1. f.ir 
(invernor. — ; I'.nwlin,: liii'!.!! Di'iuoi-i nt 

It has been nearly Iwo weeks since 

llie Lieulenanl-Goveruor was in 

■Christian county. AVc sujiposc the 

aboMO was put in type for \ our issue 

of Feb'y. Isl., and has been crowded 

nnt until now. Meanwhile, Dr. 

Blackburn has been glorionsly here 

and we hope you will spare your 

renders disappointment by lellliig 

iliem that Chlillfain county will be 

unanlmniii in ill inslriiollon for the 

ijraiid oldjwll^leahdiyslciaq^^ 



,^ — ^ prove a ral her 




please 
of his 
J{e- 

•ion and Agricu^'"''l' 
' Tlio book isbejW;"- 
clolh and is of incal" 
to lovers of donieslic 



Commissioner, 
accep' our thani;'; tor a" co" ^ 
new book, enlilled, "Kculncliy 

nonrcoB, IV '' *"i"'"*' 

Keporte, If ' 
fnlly boui . .1 
culabio value 
learning. 



Tiie initruoted vote fur Governor' 
as (ar M hoard frosn, itanda t 
Blnokburii, 218. 
Underwood, 133. 
Junes, 47. 
Liniisay, 9 

Tliu eity ol ijouisville, conceded to 
niackbnrn by all parties, wiili a vote 

of 125 will aggregate him 343. Those 
who know the situation claim 82 
voles for liiin, from the uiiiiislrucled 
vole, which ,counl8 4).') : more than 
one half enough lo nomiiiale niid 
ycl only onoflltli of the coiiiilics have 
been heard from. ' 



mark," but wberp and w hat, w ho 
knows? We have Iroiii llie very lirsi 
opptiseil lIic work ot llii.« coiniiiillcc, 
believing lhal llio llepiiblicans were 
entirely Ino shrewd lo be caiigbl in 
rascality and ih il the Demo ra's were 
too stingy and weak miniled to ctficl 
any such arrangciiient ns i.s laiil al 
Iheirdoor. Tlicrc are good reasons 
to believe tlint the Southern iieturii- 
ing Boards were lx U)lht witli a price 
hut then mudern economy solentiflc- 
ally tenches that In politics all ia-fair, 
as in love and war, and shontd this 
committee havo been able to prove 
the Kspublicaua guilty (I w'buld have 
ainounteit to nothing ih our iavor; 
the purchaser would have been ncl- 
iiig on his own responsibility or 
soinoliiing of lliat kind and tlic great 
Xiitional parly woulil have sufl'cred 
not a whit more than it did wlien 
Grant itirucd ihe convicted whiskey 
lliicves oiil of 111!' peiiitcnliaries. Mr. 
Tilden teslities rather loo "muchly 
and loudiv" of his innocence, accord- 
ing to our notion It is said that n 
guilty ni^nputa himself to trouble to 
deny a charge which hat u«ver been 
made against hiro. While we «ee no 
evidence toconviet Mr. Tilden, nevef- 
I he-less, candor compels us to ae- 
knowledge that t :e Republican party 
has come out unpunisbed. W are 
;;l id to l:tiow lliat no bargain or sale 
has been proven, glad to know that 
the evidence was not sufflcicntiy 
clear lo prove aiiylliiui;, for il would 
be a sad coiiJiueiitary on our liberty 
loving Republic lo have such a stain 
iiidellibly written on our political 
liislory. But tliere is one good which 
we have derived from this investiga- 
tion ; lliere are several facts proven 
that will be to our advantage. First, 
we have bad iho,exqulsile pleaaare of 
an intimate Mqiiaintanee wltlt Mrs. 
Jenks— that% American wo-mon. 
And as the adage goes, "a woman 
wliat il a wpnian." ^ccond, timt 
women ean be uliiiised in a political 
drama or tragedy, and third, that if 
she wears striped stockings, it is as 
plain as the nose on a niaji's face, her 
leg-nl underslnnding is too null 
shaped to be v v«rsliadowod by such a 
petty-oourt.M that olihe Puller Com- 
mittee. , 



SLACmBN BLOOD. 

The Doctor's Sister, Mrs Jad(* 
Morxis, of Loniiluui — Her 
Ketord.   

The Stairviaf Ssbel Priaonera of 
186X4 Administered to by 
her PUlanthropic Lady- 
•hip. 

Wliile f)r. Illai kbtirn'a pliilantiiro- 
py is the general theme of all true 
men, while bis record iil brave deeds 
and charitable acts is being discussed 
tliroughont the leii  lh and breadth o( 
our American Republic, 'while Ida 
praises ring around the uircia of all 
christian lands, it behooves us further 
to note the patriotic benevolence of 
his sisty', 

HKt. IVmK SIO8KIB. 

At the cunimeiiceincut of ihe late 
war she was dwelling with her hap- 
py family in Loualana. enjoying all 
the coinfbrls of a uiagniflrcntlv fur- 
nished home, hiving welilth and sia- 
lion, health and afflnence, nothing 
was lacking to make her a Queen of 
the Sunny South. 

Unt possessing a heart of nalntal 
sympalliy, a head of wonderful wis- 
dom and n hand ol ilcrculancan 
power she nl once turned her altcn- 
tion toward alleviating the burdens 
of her Southern Conledcrncr. There 
were at home hundreds of n oineii 10 
ndininlstcr cheer to the "sacred 
cause," but, looking further into the 
depth* of pliilosophy, site conceived 
Ihe idea and Immediatel]^ |decid«d lo^ 
use her pow«r* in •llevial^ig theauf- 
fcrlngs of that unfortitoato Rebel 
suldlerv confined In the dungeons of 
Nurtliern prisons, as captives oi war. 
She therfll'ore provided herself liber- 
ally with means and made iter humc 
in Chicago darln|t the first of ilio 
year 1862. 

Ilcr house was made the liomo of 
those Southerners who oblaimd 
passes to visit Ibeir IVIcniU conlincd 
within the various prisons of Chi- 
cago and the islands of the Lakes. 
Her time was spent in the interests 
of the Confederacy, tho' to the world 
the fact waa unknown. It was this 
phllanthnspio woman, who gave uid 
to many ciliitenl not only of Chris- 
tian oouuly, but of Ihe whole Sodiii, 
in foitwardiiig provlaloniii«nd cloth- 
ing to half ttanred mid aaked ft-iends 
withfai prlion. It wu Mr*. Judge 
Morris, who (ulTered tho hardships 
of frequent arrests by Union spies 
and detectives. But undaunted by 
threats, imprisonments and iinrdships 
her course was secretly, though per- 
sislenily, pursued. It was she who 
enterlaiiied, in Chicaga, several of 
onr personal Iriends of this city, and 
enabled lUeni lo oblain a personal in- 
terview with a sickened and starv- 
ing Sonlliern suldiur. It was she, 
whu afterward furnislied regularly 
money, clotbliig and provisions to 
this imprisoned nobleman. It was 
she who thu* (pent litre e year* of tier 
life in the aetual tervke of Iter coun- 
try. Her name ean not be recorded 
too carefully in the Valhalla of icinale 
incmorie*. 



I. 



.Business has be«n better for Ihe 
niontlis utJanuary and February ttds 
year, than I'ur (anie time in any pre- 
vious Hve years past. Uur dry goods 
■norcliaiiis'aspecially fuel happy over 
their cash sales. 

Onr city is one of importance, you 
must know, ns II requires bolli Cliris- 
tian and Todd couniies to liold her— 
tho cuuhtv line . rtiuiiilig directly 
tlirouj{b the heart of the ciiy. 

There are more bachelors engaged 
in business here than in any oiber 
city of it's tune and caliber 
in Kentucky. LeAp year will soon 
be upon us, su it might bo ut interest 
tu the ladies to call imines as well as 
tell tales. Phil I'allon one— clever, 
good looking and iieriodically bash- 
ful (seven days in Ihe week.) Should 
any single lady desire to draw inter- 
est on her tund of ambition, conju- 
gally considered, and compound jirin- 
ciplv w iili Usury, she could not do 
belter than select Tom Pye. There 
^re still (libers 10 name. 

John,W. Yancey nud Ids worthy 
bruilier Press, should by no means he 
uvrrlookeil. John thinks it uncou- 
slilulional to speak of or to a lady- 
be is old iiiaii -'Itaeh" himself— Press 
sometimes says "good morning," hut 
only lu oases wlieii a nienn  of ogress 
is the most prominent feature i.^r the 
situation. 

Uul over across ilie way, on tliu 
South side of Main street [s a "rag- 
ing den" of nncagi'd bai- ieiors, cn- 
'gaged in a must sncuesslnl dry goods 
Ousiuoss. PyQ, 1'eriry and Al. Lnyua. 
ill!: 'tally deniunslriited that the 
dies hereubouts havo tho coniiige of a 
Daniel, for ihey rnier, fearlessly, 
this lU'ii ol liuiii/.cil baeliclors, of 
the irilic iif merchandise iiiiil liud all 
liial pleaaes tlie eytt and tickles the 
luste of those luust i'«*lidiuu* of their 



noPdNstili.K 
BUSINESS JIREGTORY. 

1879. ' 

LAWYEIIS. 1 

B' Hti.vnilrr.it I'.VVJdJ, Un^ykr Uluck.op. 
Iti'Miti' riu'lps ,t Stiiia. 

A. IMIKI.I'S SOX, lliippeil Biocli, rrar 

■ of l.iuUir'ii atuI'O. 




B E 33 Xi 



Q 1. BOVn, tlo| |ier Biwli, ilnl li 
Wi- l.lubinf'a stun). 



Court tliiuas. 



a. 



WISKIIK.K & Mct.VHHOI.I., 
oelHisItu riautorKltniik. 



Webbvr III lae, roar ot 



lain stri'e 



Jw. Mol'liKiiauN,liatii  iH ^ aitWiittta 



Rt ri lilK .V, DYrKKT, BBXI to 
I'utranue (r»m llstu Street. 



pBUANItft^ltArBS, Mainiitr it,a|iposlls 



T B, KNIUHT « SO.V, Mala M e^ oppUlte 



DOCTOR*. 

AI.KXANtlKR, M. tV., 
liuckiier'i ilrug ntnri*. 



C art llouito 



L. Ui 



M' 



MILLINERS^ 

!!iAKTS?op^ aTt^f^■luMT^U0'- 



ti'l. nv«r Kf nttrraoQ*K 



Mill .u t. ItDllaKII^, 
nearly opixitlte (.lirlsl i 



Nwlivllla ainiel 
an Cliurcti. 



JEWBLEBH. 



lie. 1 fki _ _ 
|«.|ifUTSfal laers 



l'lIOTO0RAI'Hi:RS. 

CI..\liKX( K ANilKltSiih, ll.nri Ulo.k,'cn. 
traner novl ilimr lii.saviirr'... 




HOPKINiVILLE, 



- - KENTUCKY. 

Deliolnstlc year, Iw.i Irr ii . Hi', ni» m l,- i-a li S^irlnu lorinbinlus ^» 

I'uplU rffiMvt"l at av" *'nu\ I.n lii'i« jiii.l rliiMrvu no! runncitfl wiih ilii'   olli'^fi* tou 
baA'lmilU'iltoihurhiMui In Mti»4u, Art, Ulvontti^u, t- rottcli ami Lall tiu*uU-ii by »puclftl4iC 
ranpu..Di«.tl.tl» 1-ml.te.l. . liirfcK ' 

Jan 10, 'rsi.yl »•• " • llvSl e ' 



Hillman, Buford & OsMi, 



G.\KNtirTft»rviti.iV(. 
imlM (iaiit .t Knv trot • 



Mam Street, op- 
ilry ftiHMta. 



The Louisville Ape has adopted n 
"high code of morals" nud wo trust 
Mr. Sears will be able to maintain a 
i-trlctidliercnoeto iu impartial con- 
dael. 

We hMd 'a non-parliian paper in 
I hi* Stale,! to wateh our *eellonal 
kiid personal broil* and decide -'Iwixt 
man and man." 

It Is a matter of wroichcd v.onder- 
inentbow Uncle Smnniy Jay Tildorf} 
one of llie shrewdest dollar turners 
«Vr Wail Street, New York City, al- 
lowed hi* dear nephew, Pelion, to 
matte (uoh a hungliiiK botch of buy 
ing Keturning Board*.. Wa* the 
' old mail afraid to lake the matter in 
hi* own bands, or, did the pedigree 
iof Blaokttono interest Idm more ? 

•The PopeTls to have a five lan- 
gnag«d, iiew«pnper organ at Rome." 
Now If he would unoontlitullonallze 
llio articles of Trcntand marry a worn 
an, he'd be a formidable rival of most 
any average candidate for the Legis- 
lature and almost doubly a* euro of 
immortal cxiinction as iwo certain as 
pirants for our little Oovornorship. 



"Ifnsplder brenVs his web twenty 
limes he will mend it as many," snys 
Wisdom. A ...d if justice oilers a bill 
forty limes, ill Congress,, -k will be 
amended as iniiv^V', says licek. The 
Judiciary ('ommillec has onr sympa- 
luy ill it" niisl'oi'inne of having sharp- 
Iv alter it Ihe great Kcniucky Beck, 
with a double brain power to lack 
him. Bi;t surely this committee's 
sysiem of industriously holding back 
and trammeling those very bills cal- 
culated to improve feeling among llic 
difl'crcnt sections of our country, will 
hang like a cnrse over the bend of its 
Republican Chairman, Mr. Kduiuuds, 
of Vermont. 



I am of tlie opinion that Ihe Miiali 
buVK 01 lids place need a sllghl reprt- 
miiiid. Tiiey are first lo Und laull, 
tirst to swear and use slang, first to 

thriisl iliemselvcs with uriiitheconi- 

uanv ol llii' liiilics— It parties or pic- . .|. . .u.-v  ■ 1 ,. .. 
' . ■ ,, .... .1 . , n. ' * t'.^* *lal' '*(•. onnoalte Oar. 
niLS, the hrsi to give the tongue of Vj nrii.t siariinif.itinmgre. 
slander a proper send oil' but the very I . — 



MiUii .VIOUE. 



liHY iiO)U8. 



It Is satisfactory to see that at least 
one Federal Court Judge is hnnosi in 
his decision. Judue Hughes ofVir 
giniahas sustained Gillnmn in reject- 
ing a Vnited States Depiily Mai :.a; 
fi'om the polling room in Pelersburs, 
Va. Judge Ilnghes is a staunch Kc- 
publ!oan, having received his office 
under Presidenl Ui'aut'snppoiiitiiiciil. 
In llie case lefcrred to he has just 
ruled thai Dcpnly Maishals have no 
right in an eleclion room duiiiig the 
progress of voling, unless needed to 
quell aclnnl disturbances, or the Su- 
pervisor be in aetual need of pro- 
tection, or fraud be ntteinptnd. A 
«oU«prnf»tjui waai then enteied. 



Fiance pays her President 120,000 
luonlUiy. MuMahon has retired 
That paMoUsm iti thi* country is 
available at a sllghl dlsooiiut on these 
figures, IIn(y)s seemed true. An ex- 
travagant people, those French. 
Come over, friends, nnd lay in a stock 
snitlcient to run yon forevermore at 
hare cost of maiail'aelnre, and save 
all that money lo redeem ymir Bible. 



Foeta. Foetae, Fy-TifflmiBj. 

For the encoutragement of Ihat 
dreadfully neglected olaM of rural 
rhynisters, so rampant, yea rantnnk- 

croiis, throughout this entire section 

of Ibc coniilry, we arc persuaded 
10 rcnriut several recent elTushms. 
Firs! conies shoi kiugly to onr notice 
a loucbiug little satire Irom a corres- 
pondent lo the Elkto)i. Heqiale.r. This 
canny chronicler of clmrch canons 
comes courteously to tho front and 
recklessly remarks, of n slater *iren : 

"Stie aunr aoprano siracttr, 

Ilcr Toiue was title a tyre. 

Itiit nil siiiiilay she nti' riiiinns. 
Anil biiitf.l Ul» llic rlioir." 

This fellow is making a gallant 
charge fur tho palm of poetry and by 
natural syslcni nf reasoning we 
may expect later in llie keason a 
purely vegetable antidote for spring 
fever, to bo 
"Well taken. 
Before slinken." 

Then next in order, poi^t laureate 
No. 8 aoggest*, to BtgMer reader* : 

"llPtliinkii 
It'A a very cooil rule in thia llfs 

Whea JuilginR a frieml or bnitlier, 
Kot to drink quite aoilcup yourself 
For then you'll accuse tlie otber." 

Yesy Indeedy, very goody ruley, 

mcctlilnksy, "not to driukquita:*o 

deep yoursolfy." 
'i'licy'vc got it even M far off ns 

L uion county, yes they've got a bil 
ions case of it. 'J'lie J.nful shivers 
o'er "the fate of tliis gentleman, at 
length, determined." ' ■r*'' 



Mk. PoTTRB— Dr. Ureen, have any 
telegnini* passed over Ihe wire* of 
your company iu reference to the 
purchaae of llie Southern Returning 
Boanls? 

Dr. Gbbkv— J\r«Der/ 

Mil. POTTEK— NkVEU? 

Dh. OuEEN— Hardly overt 
• »*•*«** 

Ms. POTTII -Ur. Pnaldsnt lisra rou erer 
a|i| oint ! l a num toolleo whom yoo knesr, or 
hua ruai.011 to bollro, was sg(8fs l la »** for- 
ihasing nf anj RetomlBg Boanl, or ear 

iili'mlif r tlipieof? 
Mk. May i - - Nrverl 

Mb I'liXT jtm y rV,:p.* 

Mk. II ATKri—llmiMy i-vor! 

— C'o«?'/er- /'( t/ 'no/. 



"Do you eT«r get aav valsaUnsst" 

••Neverl" 
"What, nevart" 
"Uanlly ever.'' 

— Teaman 



Do any of yoo ||*ntleffl«n over to ko 

a toddy? ■• ■ -i 

'Never!" 

"What, never?" 

"Hardly ever !" 

Then, gentlemen, yon are not on 
Ihe liraiyht road to the sjjirilual 
Washingdown— that tempcrule mar 
ket-liousc for the trucking of princi- 
ple for ])oliey, to the great Qisgust of 
the "dear ) e(i|ile." 



last to do work, go to school ur do 
anything useful nnd stay In your 
proper place. I soiiictiiiics think tho 
girls areas much to blame for this 
Slate ci! atl'airs as Ihc boys -why will 
a yimiig lady permit n yenrUnijXtoy to 
wail on her or annoy her in any 
way? Give them a spent and send 
ihem home to play with the cats anil 
dogs nnd their sled*. When ibis is 
dune Iherc w ill be some indm enient 
for sober, steady men 10 give more of 
their true ntienlion 10 Ihe coiupaiiy 
of Ihe ladies. Bovs arc very good 
things in their proper places, hu' it 
seems to me that more of them get 
out of place and persist in so doing j 
In tills virinity than any place 1 ever 
knew. We have soii:e little girls, 
nice girls that need a cliapter read ' 
them by their Mammas' they are 
whnt wise old ladles call forward 
pieces ind should learn to knit sim k- 
ings and feed chickens ami not ihink 
so much of fine dress aud the men. 
?^eiid them to school. 

There i» plenty of corn, wheat and 
bacon Ibronnh lihe ditlVrent scciions 
of Ibis iiuighuurlioud— no market 
value csliiblished yet, as -such things 
are held a little higher around here 
than any place in tne Siate. I'leiity 
iif fine tulincco but not tor sale yei. 
A liillc Jiigher if you picnac. There 
will be mote tobacco put on your 
market, in proportion to the aniouui 
railed, ilinn nsuai. Prices jplTercd 
being so low Hist ' liirmers are TH-' 
dined to try fur Hie topmost pcr-im 
on. I havo no advise to offer as ini 
finances are such that I conid nol ex- 
pci l lo i iinlrol' more than three or 
lour pounds. From present pros- 
p^t* there will be a very large crop 
planted Ihla season. 

The roads have been very moddr, 
hut are improving. Wo iieeil turn- 
pikes but let Ibcin be built hy sub- 
scripiiiiii or corporations, nut by 
laxaliou, if yon please. We wouitd 
like lo have a riiilruud flroiD Uussell- 
ville lo Columbus. 

We have other luntlers we will 
peak of al simic fiiliiie wriilng 
There i  aii*iir;,"iii in onr church, as 
sileni ns a lonibsionc, whicli wc will 
tackle if it duit't give u» some niutiu 
soon. 

Dki.awaiif. Dax. 



J. 



9. l OlIN, 
•taiiil. 



Main Mrecl Hick I.orii r'* nM 



HilNII.tT JOHN UllAVl !(, roruM Ksah- 
vllli-ainl Virginia Hlriua. 



B. It. 



FA. YOST, al c 
• psr a 8i u' . 



THINKS 



.(juoc i:u». 

HKNtlKRSoN Ji I atanali. (lata »M«0«. 
poallr I'hiruil nou'l. 

P"I.K l ASsI K.ll. IVllon'.oUUlanil.lKrnVr 
Main anil .NaakrIIW etreeu. 



A 



HILLH, Cmirt MrM, oppotlle Court 



Itiiitarl vlU - ^'tm-l. 



N»iich lldv of 



th*! tlr(»ot. 



M' 



m r.itl  li)ii 



ou Cut uur, tlirr • 



The Furmw' Home Journal 
suggests to Commissioner Duvie, 
the propriety of "down and out,'' 
since lit* annouucinuent of being tho 
 M^nt'/or the sale' of fenilliters, agrl- 
' emtt^ impieinenls, *«ad«, groceries 
Ac. ^e suppose Mr. Davie appre- 
ciates his position better by fir than 
dqei tlie,/our«ia{and we hope he will 
ho influenced only by bis own good 
»i)ii!if As for our part,(represcniing 
llie (arming interest* )of Southern 



Mr. Went, CldofClerlt of the Su- 
|ierlutflndentofPu))lic;lnsVruriloii.iioi 
satlsfltd with Ihe NemSra'i expla- 
nation of il* charge, agalnat Dr. Hen- 
derson, for' derelleilon of duly, for- 
wards tho following : 
ISpcrial Ulipatch to tbe Conner-Joumal.] 
rKANKfiji-.T, Ky., Fob. 14.-Tlie a atein nt 
iii!i.le liy 111,. Now Kra, anil rcproilucwl in 
viMirpniiei. IhiitDhrfiillnn roiiutv's iliart \ra« 
ilohiyoil liy Illy nbsciir* Iran hiinid, is lalso lu 
la :t, HK thrie IK iin ili'lny In tlie Sapei lnlenil- 
•ot'a iiftici! sut-'Ii htutoiitonln are inaile lo in- 
jure a imiuipl iiniccr. I leel II my ihity to tor. 
nii'tthlaoDe. Ep.i:. WI.ST, 

Chief Clork ol 9uperlnteoileat. 

Sam. Gaines would have made no 
such charge agaihitt Dr. Renderaon, 
we feel asiured, had there been no 
irutlilu it. After our county Com- 
missioner's schedule had been In the 
Superintendent's office three weeks, 
attention waa ealled to.Ihe delay and 
!t seems thI* Chief Clerk Immediately 
"signed, sealed aud delivered" to the 
Auditor tlie order chock. This is a 
lovely way lo whip llie devil ii onnd 
Ihe stump and atlempt to slamp n man 
with faleeliood, » Im has gooi'.f .i von In 
todoing simply w bat yon are paid by 
tho Stale to do, nnd promptly. The 
probability is if public attention had 
I^Ot been called to this gross n4gUot 
^1 the part of the Superintendent of 
Publio Iiisinicliop, our teachers 
even al /(hi8 late day Jinvc 
their pay, v. inly. 



''over llie brink ollt, .' 
I'ii'ture it, tlihikol it. 

Ipecac, 20 grs. 
Tartar Emetic, 2 gr*. 
Aqua Distil, 01. 
llix— lu case thi* prove* ineffioient 
use 

— Tiglli 3 drops. 
Just before feeling Ihe coming on of 
Iho inspiration. This is an entirely 
now forinnla, but poet* may rely ou 
its efUcAcy in oten Ihe mottijohrouio 
cases. 

Next in order is a specimen couplel 
from the tenioUar of the Uentleraon 
Itcpovier. Now prielt lip your eara 
and listen : 

-'Kriouds otitbe Mbte tpmpernnco cauHO, 
I rinu to make Ulls speech liecaase ai^" 

"Take htm out, take him out" nnd 
"bring in nnollier horse." 
Lastly sings ourown,our native land 
poet, Billy Blifkins. As a popular, 
pockol edition of eloclionceiing elo- 
quence hi* reeeiit orntiun is said to 
have been a sueoes*. Whether tbe 
inexperience of hi* pen in the art, or 
the'erabsrm**lng nature of the oauie 
espoused, waa , hi* peculiar ohstaole, 
to overcome, we vetiture not lo (ay. 
We aimyiy «to*ire to lieraby nouk-l*h 
the budding germ of poetic piilghri- 
tuda |n hi* reoeni penciling, wliau be 
iQUohod the eiraint 

"O, glwther ean I «ota thia jraar T 

Mo, Imu, I wtali jOu eontil, 
i'iL «ni|,4[nu Ut iko polls, my dear. 



EliH Mills .» I KI li'lU rr, l.iart street, 
bvtwet'n .Main ami Vlrninia. 

RIIHT l.l'VNN. Huulli.l.le Male, near Naah- 
llllf .Mnrl, 

HKSTAUUANI8. ~ 
II syi I HAbl^  i*A«Ulo MiiMM, a«ar. 



DKALEHS IS. 

Hardware, Iron, Steel Wood-work, Fariiiiii;!; Inipleiii'tti 

—AND 

rZSB SB.OS. TMBM WAGOITS. 

10 and 12 South Market Street, * NAbUVII.LE, TENN. 

JanX'Sml 



MAS WBZiL HOUSE 

■' ■ liML 

NashvUie, Tenn., 

J, p. , JOHNSON, Proprietor. 



RATES REDUCED FROM $4 TO $3 PER DAY. 

~SAMm a. BucmR, 

Proprletoi' Malm 81. Fire VrM 

Tobacco Warehouse, 

MAIN 8TBBBT,H0PIINSVILLE,n. 

.\ttenliiin paid to tin- 1; ^prclinii nii l S.de . ; 'J'l.bwco. 

LlIll'.UAL AUVANt'KS M.\l)i; nS ioll.VCl ti IS S iCiRK. 

S\l.l'  I.Vi;ilV WKDXESOAY.i 
■an Taborea adf aiirnl will Ik lu'iirrd ai .  rn 'r  •t|a'H i', nil luli.ii rn i4 ailranaoloi, « 1 1 
wiasiii 1 i *lo» at —a «r« «»»»—», it«t««» w» 1. 4»» » rlttoii ortur • out ta \ .vtn. altar so til 
n «lll k* Mlal itsk s  Iho buyor. 



MVKUY ST.MILIS 



B A.MM II   r A II I. K. Iirnnii' i" . urar I'tiuce. 
liMi nililKr. .1 SI lll|ilhii., I'mpricinr 

TI. ■•Mini. t.irniT lit Virginia .m.l ^'|irliiK 
■ Mrivl. 

&Vf l-Mn'll. Nurlbcoroer HumvIIvMIo au.l 
. VicHala^livou. 



CALL AND BEE US I 

WILLIAMS & GREGORY, 

aiikeRmi, KaskrUi* tUMt, 



IIOl'KINSV.LLK, 



KKNTri'KY 

at low 



Fembrske Cnipe. 



only 



Tlie n-iieat crop i« looking 
tolerably well ammtd here. 

Mr. S. (3. Bnolcner, of Ro|ikin.i- 
ville, ivaa in onr midst last week in 
the intereat of his wnrehonse. 

Mr. Ben Rawlins hoe been with us 
for some time. We are always glad 
to Nee Bun, as li* generally has a good 

anecdote to rolalo. 

Mr. W. 11. I'c.icc. of Nortonvillf, 

\\n  .'icccplc l a I ii^il 



_ lace for llie Si, I,, ic S 

Rev. M. M. Hinith, 
liieen, 



Zilly's Statiii. 

Kews very scarce, if yon don't bo 
lievo II, just follow tbe niennderiiigs 
of this pale-cuinplexioned nrtiule 

Mis Mug, Uouch is visiting her 
uncle, Dr. (iouuh, al this place. 

W'e have just finished reading an 
article In the Kkntl'ckian from the 
pen of "Short Kellow." Tho boys 
down bcre liuve seen it too, nnd aa we 
slniid six feet, one nnd a hall, in our 
stockings, ihoy very unniercifuily 
suggest Hint wo ndopt tbe suggestive 
A'o»i de plume of "Long Folio w." 

Our trieud Jno. Brasher, writes 
back from Curlisle, Kv,, where ho is 
atfeiiding school, that he la well snt- 
islicd, nnd speaks in high terms ol 
the faculty, John is an intelligent 
boy and we hope lie will do well. 

Rev. Janies Spurlin, the iiivincible, 
is on the "war path again. He car- 
ried on a protralited ineeting at Old 
Ml. Zoar not longalnce, which resul- 
ted In theeonverslon of about twenty- 
flve, and now propoie* to bagin 
another aerie* of meating* at Ilia lamc 
place. 

Our champion beanca-terer left, 
when Hob liovv "absquatulated." 
We liavo only two biiHinoss bouses 
here now. Mr. Jno. P. Wilson, dry 
good* nierchanl, and John ^ali, 
grocer. ' 'i.. 

If K Oeol Bobbtit ha* nearly com- 
pleted hi* hlaok-amltb'* (hop, and 
will soon be ready for baalneas. 
Ueo. 1* a good *iDith, and we wl*li 
him great *aoc«**. ' 

Hnrrali I for Blabkbom, for Gover- 
nor, and three cheers for anybody 
against Ilcnderion, for Superinlend- 
ent. Wenro decidedly against "street 
pulling." so wo oxpeot to make a long 
pull and a strong pull, for Black- 
burn. Box. { 
l'«hl7, 1879. ■ 



■IJJCIlt ,it llu 
K. ilailway 

of Howling 
in town last week. HIn 
visit wa.s rather brief. 

Thiii town is improving slowly. 
Mr. K. MeUea, jr. is bnilding a new 
bnHiiiess house ou Main street. 

It hag been reported that the firm 
of Richardson, Jameaom A Co. lud 
dissulved partnemhil), hut it la a mis- 
take and they expaGlitOSWBtinna their 
buKille^s thruUj^h thayeWr. ' 

The young intn of this place sinee 
the hint latv was ont, have been shoot- 
ing (or nt least ahooting at)^ais 
Bulls, \Vo have no doubt, but what 
some of tlicni at no diataut doy will 
be I ivnls of the noted shot llogardus. 

We are glad to Icurn that iiethel 
College; of Uuasellville, is in such a 
flourishing coadilion, but, of couibc, 
we could expect iiiilliiiig else, as il \a 
under llio aujiervision of President 
Waggeiier, who i« a gentlepan and 
Kclnilnr. 

Tlie Good Tnmplars.of thi« place 
have a well attended lodge. It i.- ■laid 
by a druniiner that he cuuld once sell 
liore m e to six barrels of whisky a 
trip, but now he can hardly sell one. 

There is some talk about the rac.r 
lor Governor. We have heard of but 
one man who will not enthusiaslic dly 
liuppoil that highly usIeemcJ hero, 
Ur. Luke I'. Blackburn. It is ihe 
ojiinion of th« people of this precinct 
that ho should be Uuvcrnor, and they 
say they will stand by him until the 
last. , RuvKtt. 



Wc Itafv exai'tly wliat y\t\t want. 
jTiifH. ill the wav III 

FARMme IMPLEMEMTS, 

Soeh a* ^'AOONS,. DUGi:!Ii:S, 
REAPERS, HOWEIM. 8BLF 
BINDKR8.8ELKRAKH8, 
8TK.\M EXaiNEB, 
8EPAUATOR8, 

KKN'Tlt'KY GRAIN DRILLS 
C'OR.\ SlIKLLKRS. KI'LKV 
HAY UAKE8, C'IDKU M1 :X8, 
STRAW CUTTERS. SHOV- 
ELS, SPiillER, HAT FORKS 
BOYTHSB, GRAIN CRA- 
DLES, HARROW%, 
WHEELR ARROWS, 

H.\Y PRESSES and 

TOBAm GJQSWS. 

Mr'e bars olao a Ian* stook ft 

iu;imEuni:('Ki-rrpijaiP8, 

FORCE PUMPS. ■.;"', „,. ',, 
CISTERN PU)^M'an« 

ICBHOtJgEJpWMPS 
gji|^V4. :T)Mr ar* ttis slMapsirt aail 'lli* 

PLOWS. 

Oaratncli ol Plows la laria and-eoiiipleto, 
ombracing thO' eetebratod Itslanisioo Dla- 
nond Iron Flair, Chainptun Plow, Iron Oesm 
Doable Mhutel, Pluwa, Riirlloasln all steel 
andiron Hlowi, Tbe Mohavk VBltejr i:tlp| er 
Plow«, Canton City Cli|i|i«r I'lowa and 
Mltclid'e lloiiiii Miiilu I'tiiwn. 
TheMe pliiM H art! tlic rliraiient anil Imat mado 

■ •■ aa- 

wo 

tlon WofoonftoTmil ■■"■ .*■.'' f****'*"' 
BUONZEU CRYSTAL METAL 




FREE TO ALL 

Onr lUuiiratM PrlM4Cal*  
loffna «.f riauu, Hm4b, Trata, 
•u-.. Miih (Mofud riiia or haw 
riauta, oouulu* uatMl lurann*. 

dcMiriiiUw, tu. TmM' 
nttpMBlMwM. W^pmtnA 

■fart^oMit ukmm Im 
AUrm 

»Ain*nanai 

, .-!|Oui«viiu. nr. 

Bnlni naM li mrf lews. 



J. K. GAN T & SON, 

r 

FLANTEBS* HRE FBOOF TOBACOO WJIlSUiOmi 

llnpl.ln.vinr, Kr. Siici 111 nlu iiii.iu (lal l In toaperlb ojllld laiO W TAaeoO. aoln 

Ml advoorfl 
1 laaim attar 



rilvaiict^l on will IH- tnwun-'l al iih iier* eKiM aoS.atl Tulliaeil 
wr li.iro wrllloil wr.lai« aia M 



All Tubn 

iin will l»e in. nil' I .lUu .,i .i-tu tr» ,.\,t,.ii. 
«i lil II will bf brill at ri-k III ;hi. ltii iT. 



Jo A. B. JOHNSON. A^X 

HARNESS, SADDLE AND 

REPAIR headquarter;, 

(Oppotite T. L. Bmiib'* Llveiy Suble.) i - 

Spring Street, - - HopkiiivipB, Kj. 

Moot rt.iiectlaU}' aollclu ordors fur all kiS'ltsI work In bis Una, 

Gnaraiiteeliiar SatiyfiicdDa, 

AaawarraallaiDriM*  •!*•» thaa Iho lowoH.'tsrcaail. k ,. ) 





■mlnent Oheinlata and Phf r.lciana oortir? that theao gooda aro 
from adulteration, rlchertmore efteoUve, produce bottar raaulto 
than any others, and that fifiy use them la thalr own CamlUaa. 

TOOTHdMi, I An agreeable, healthful Liquid ienUfrtoai 
LIMOM «UaKll. A •ubsmuW'Jor Lemuns 



8TEKLI * PlllOrt lUPULIN 
_____ • Tht M4»t Or% 

milil ft PMOE, Maafrs.i 



1MAI9A OlNQIB  Fivm th^pur* 

[kaST OtMt. 

fMrf 4k Mo Iforia. 

 ,8tLoiiii*  



ptowa In tbe market, and we take frost ploaa. 
lire Inqferlnst^JIarSfnlbnoiiTows as wi 
know distavlqfoaa SM^#uriiy« saUstao 
tlon Wokoonllio Iwal ■ ' ■ 

BUONZEU CRYSTAL METAL 

FABM BELLS. 

They aare lime auil labor in calllni 
when ini'sia are road)'. They ci 
fnnni'm wii.nwaolednn baalneas. Tlioy e»U 
aaalMnuee In caae or Are Thor are protoe 

ilun to vour fimilly left alone in i nacor m nn 
wcloome rUltor iir trainii Thene liolla are 
niaileorpuro urjatal inciel ami ihcir Miapo 
sod weliht arc such aa tu give the lient pnnai 
bio rosiitU. They are aunerlor In tono. fliii h 
aud hsSDlorlaaDy other Wit In Uia market 
•xcaul the ."betles" ol Uirlatian aud Trigs 
couulieB. 

SEED. 

a Jl"'", "" HfviT Soeil, Tliiiiilhv 

Seril, niuoOrnm, llcil Tii.i nuil UiTiuau 1111- 
lee. At 

OUIl I'EED STORE 

Voii will and Cow r«eit. Oata, Com, Bran, Hay 
erall'y '" "•'''•»''••'"' *'eod Stuff gcn- 

. J'i.'S ' ^PJ" "'?"'i« »«™«rs and otb- 
i!?J2LS* Pslronago eatsndsd to lis 

'-IIM Ih* last naraaa'SliSo loltrlt Iron Iboni 
  «a«a*a«ooIttaesBaedurto( tbe present 



NICK AND WILL HOUSE, 

SLETON. ET-. 
N.T«l!|lll,;. V - Proprietor. 



ft. ttfARLES; llBTE'l. 



no. North Market 8 , near I'SHV^iuan 

illRshvilleo - [IlpiiiB. 

Rate! rortiici'Ulroin|l.i(ilollo|n«; i 

J. M. Armsw»iui 



1 



tfaiii 
a 01 
r«aK 



RESPECTFDLLY JOLICITING 

a ahare nf bualneta sod the kindly Inllnence o 
our Iriends, wo are, 

Very reipeettully, 

Williams Sb Gregory. 

■t aleamen. I'liACR suit ILVtL. 



Qood roomi. guuil wivaais, aiilif ninlni 
room auppllaU with every tua(-tt| Sisrfcei 

f orilfl . 

Mf- SpeclHl ac «ro(i«A«His^/iii' Comtoi 
rial TraTelera..J|| IMIeblSii 



We hafd accepted tlic agency 
the oclebratril 




lPUNETh£3 




wbiclt we ci^B soll,^^^|l,8B la^n^Fi«lj|, 
or for uulaandtiad'ili.ob. CM " 
you want a good fitting ahitll. Soil 
alone by QLAB8 «Ji WARE. 

jnn 10 If. 




For State Auditor. 

Wf are aiitliorlied to announce 

D. HOWAIU) SMITH 

(of Owen jounty) a condlilale for re-eleetinn 



iTAURANl^ 

Bii^andBilliardSalooL 

^"^'•St., %liitnviiii;, Reml; 

I i(R0icblt'8 0WsUlHl) 

1#ort of Uquor*. Fresh Oyi 

aiidWaineooi,i4nitly on hand, «,» 
inlieUWylenilkirratea. 

feV.VO. nu 





m 



THE SOUTHyKEHTUC KIifl 

H( ) t'K I N s V 1 1. LK, F k u7Ta 




"'Me.'!'-;- 

1 .f % * 



Chu^^f day fqr Pnblli 

\V«iliii»«liaiig«d Mr day. of pi.l - 
lication to TneHaay «nd will 
Iironptly on that day iyftfjif^^ 
One object in changinii /i 
county mails may («• I'lPt 
proiiiptly anil nuWrilic •• Mfi* ' 
jiii|'iMs I'.iilicr ; ami aniiilii'i'. it i" 



I" 



THE TOWN'S TALK. 

Tlio Kiii^copal cliiii'uli has been uii- 
(luivoiiiir lome liitlo.r4) air. 

eiiisd ttiSdib.' /nft hod a f ISA liouie. 

"Piii'«ly«l8" WHS the pmswoi'rt lo the 
Do(-loi-'« iiicdiiig at ilie C'uurt-houie 
yc»lordny. 

Thei e nre a larje lot of flue mulaa 
rurtnloattlie Livory, Poeil aiiJ 9:Ue 

sliil)l( s of 'I'. I. Siiiiili. 

Tlio Ciiopql' Uoii'-i.' is ciowiliiig llin 
eoHooii by pultlng on new spiing 
iilyles of vatiotrtii):, t'niiit &o. . ..^ 

Tlio tnin|iike nicctlnit nt llhfrty, 
on tli   2°2nil In^t., uliunli) lie lai')(cly 
alicniled and doiibllcss will be. 

Moa»r«. Brownell k Co., have been 
awarded (ko.conlract (o roinudcl llie 
fcoiirt houM linilding In ElktOD. Tudd 

connty. 

Aiiilri'w I 11111 il, a riiloi'cil prenclier 
tioin iicnr NrnKliiuil, wiis doposllcd 
liioui-jail Kridiiy for curry i 114; (.'on- 
ccalod weapon*. 

The rontemplhted re-nnlon or (lie 
Yoirns MaiM', OlwMli^iu^ygal^tiaii 
orth«iStatMliroa|^Aib«ll aiM#«fc 
appotaied to meet here on !«•( Friday 
ni|;ht, failed of purpose ft-onr some 



S'OBWOOS M[ABCH! 



DISAPPOIITTES DOT&CtE 




Elder Ml 

Mii   Mnri'Ison returned to 
I'enibroke M )ndny, 

Itev. I^:- Uleken, 4'f Pei^broke, 
vitiird I.otilavllliilniit week. 

'I'/io Misses Lou|t, of liiiinollvillv, 
rciuriied lolbeir hotm Balerday. 

Mr. Frank Tlllow lelt several day* 
riiicelo Tisit relatives In Iluchcstcr 
M. Y. 

Ur. Zartc Mielpt. a brilU^ni JIoiwk. 
lawyer of l.nulnvllle, paid our city a 

thort vlflt laul nvpk. 



coiilriniiliiles starlln| M t MulM^i 
tour lo-dsy. 

Uiea Aiinto Rotehett, Who has been 
aticiidluK sehool, in Louisriliat lias 
returned to Iheoliy. 

Abont 8 pnr.ceut itt'llic AMiatiran 
|io|MilailfN-il t|olnr,bllud,wbilqa] oui 
ir., rcniaWi' la-«iiU^«)tirv;M ^aa- 
iiliiid. 

Tlie Kvanavlllo Com-iei- says: 
"Ml«a Wnri.', or llnpkliitviilp, will 
ahnrllr vlall licr uuut Mrs. Daviii, of 
Ibis city." 

Tbeyonugladhl^apd ■« iillemeiior 
Ciakr will irive n eharadc and iab  
ieav ■enlerlalninent ou tlie uiyht of 
Ftb.m 

Qiiile a plrniiaiil mafiiueraile serial 
Wa* given U the resldiNice of Mr. W. 
II. Ltr, of this eily, on theulghlof Ibe 
J4lh, Vaienllne'stlnx,., 

8. II. Turner willo|KiM in aday lor 
iwoa neateslablishnien*. of bis on'n 
un Main sirnet, and bis position In 
»nr oftee   ^tll M flltod \y W. V. 
Tvvy man. 

Mr. Sliorl Ki'lloiv, riniii Ilcllovlcw, 
t.tvorrd our Miicinni with a hriorcall* 
  u WtdiiOMln). We liopo he'll piil 
111* liille liaud fu 'ouru Ircqusnlly. 

nmnember Ibal the Cooking Club, 
wwill lupnt at ibe reeideuce o( 

A. I^eavpli, UII Tliuridnv 

cvfiiih'.', Feb ). 27lli. 

Misf Fai|^ '^iclpi lefl for Louis- 
ville TwMliyii^llteniiipnny wlll^lior 
rousin, Kv 

templalMP reltihiliig "tarty In " tbe 

•pring. 

Mr. II. ('. Iturkiirr, linn rrluined 
tioni Si. I.onis wldllier lie has l ron 
ill bniincss for sevojal m^lis. lie 



KtUpwII 



thinks of teluniing lo^ltsiTtAMu a' 
lew day*. 

Mr. T. R., Haiieock departed yesler 
«1ar for I^Hitville, CMpnall and 
•llNr prominent tobaeeo iMliiis. He 
will lorato in ids New York lionie 
kboill Isl March. 

Miss Carrie Wallarp, who \,nt been 
«|iriidlni; Mvrnt] .| iy« pli'UHuiiily In 
tbe rtmlly of Mr. W. T. Ilmliord, of 
MUtb Cbrlslisn, bas relarned to bar 
ClarkevilllB Itome. 

Dr.]^ Vf. Wliila«iaha*_reiurncd 

tack ^f iipiilc 



present we hear. 

G. W. Wiley, of this city, lias p«r-, 
chafed during the preaeiit toasoii, 21)0 
Wit #f3t bog'' I" * l" ''"'' nv'T'iif "f 
|2.4fl grosn', and weiglit 270. 'ihe 
hogs were alaughisred and the meat 
i' MOW curing in itinolfe tinu «. 
We think (he J.onlHvillo mnrkel will 
bo unable in compete wlih hlni in 
supplying our buine dcniand. 

Quite a lar^ and Ihshlbuabie audi- 
eiiee aasetnUMjl at ibeyllt ef ihe Hop- 
kinsvlllc Pel^ilng tfRetity last Sat- 
urday to liear discussed ^le subject : 
"Are Ibe ntental faeuitles of Ihe sexes 
eqtiair* Aflrniailve: Char. Knight, 
lletiry Abernatby. ifcgative: Jue 
MoCurroll, Bryan Hopper. Tlie so- 
eietv will meet again on Saturday 
night next. 

Dr. Blackbnrii pniplmliially denied 
in ills spceeli here Tiiesilay. e^-er liav- 
liiChad nny siii^h tiiteni^w wilh any 
one aa wa* rriwried of him to the 
ClitoinnHti Sngnlrer, denunotaiory of 
Judge Wm. IJiidsay. TCe DoMwr nya 
Ibis slanilcrouawnielf^R* rf|l»«'l *   
iliiinago liim with Ibe friends of the 
Judge. 8en ible oirn can sec through 
all mirh Irirkcry and we predict it 
will revuii on the bead of liis enemy. 

LMtnri. 

Dy Ihc rpqil( »t , of the Mends of 

Detticl Keiniile tjollegi'. J. W! ^e- 

i'herron Eaq, will dflivrra leriine 

iu ttie Chapel ^Vrh^ 21, 7 p chiek p. m. 

KcfttatlM; by: WeiHail. Ad 

mlatkjon Bcgh'Is. $1'o be npplicii in 

rtps'iiting iha vuIlP!;* hulldinu. 
— • N — 



A.t Dr. Mf. iJ, .JVboeltsr was rot urn- 
Ing from KHttoii bst ^ott'lkj^eveu- 
Im Mb Mtit, il#ll4Mcl« tree 
eame loose from tiie slialves and 
striking the h  rse.on the heels Irlgbt 
waa conscqnant. .Hg.daaliad offata 
ruriuiis rate, but lite Dr. leaped Ihim 
th'o buggy and saved blmeeif. Did 
not run far befora eoniing 10 Mllle 
Rivor brblge, where the buggy be- 
came df laobed with but little damage 
suslaiued. 



Bogi SmoUiajraA la * B?Uqw Logi 



Mr. T. M. Steele, a highly reepeet- 

ed citlscn fpiy tlie i'ViivIew .ijeigli- 
. . b«»k i»d, ifann to see ui jest^rday, 

noth^,  |)« iiil mm* *eiiiarkable eo^ifUHice 

Ur. il not inipali'i'd ttriwA'an u «n^ (n regard Wltis liogs, Wlilbli m^nre 

iuronued In iilHclly true. During 
iho Cold spell ill .l.iiiimi y lust he Imil 
lliii-l.\ -llii'oe line Iliik^hiii: Im;;-, in 
good coinlilioii, ill his woiiil lot nc':ii- 
hit hoii«p, on one of the cold iil^'lils 
ihoy all aoBght  hcll 'r In a ni:iniiiiolli 
boiiow log. The next moniing wlion 
Ills oyersW went out to teed them 
be found only livb living, iwcn 
ty-cight having been eniuthenrl in 
liiu log. It was truly a iieav^' lo«s to 
our friend, a gigantic liollow 
in tile iiree^ And We  Uiould ssy that 
they were decidedly in for getting 
tiie "dead wood on bim"that time. 
~ . ■ n 1 — ' 



that Iho refreshing delights of tooth 
|iulling vrill have lo ho driiiod lilni. 

Dr. A. II. Ili'illiird, wlmni il h:i  
been aunouincd wus chIIimI lionu' 
IVoin our oily by a telegram Inst Kri- 
 1ay,ba  relurnjil aiidisnow falthful- 
l|) assfstfng Brotlier Lewis in con- 
d«otiM»;Br 4rimcd lyeeting^ at Ihe 
Melhodist rhorob of litis city. 

Wo ffi ulefiilly arknowlodgo tlie re 
ceipt ofaii liivllnllon lo allend a re- 
rcplloii nt the resideiico ol Mr. B. 8. 
Oiinpholl, four niiloH from Ihe oily, 
on Wrdnonlnv cvimiIii);, l'"ubriiary 
S6th, 1879. l'« Mr. aud Mrs. W. S. 
jbaVlMn'. 

Rev. Cbai. Morris, the popular 
young minis|||r, of Grace SpU|i pi^ 
CliaHb,acptur(wd trovf ^ciDl r.*on 
Satljmf ah(f'*n| pli«d1i)s pDipitj^tery 
•biymi etindny tkorulng Mid a^eu' 
ing. The people seetn delighted 
with bis graceful oratory and we pre- 
dict for biiu a large and well deserv- 
ed success iu bis U0^ of Ipspel 
labor. ' . , 

The private entertainment at Betlici 
Feinnio College Friday nlgiit, Is said 
10 have been an enjoyable affair. 
11ie elocutionary perlormanee of Hiss 
Weslfaii and others, supplemented 
with vocal and Instrnmcntal mnsic 
from the j oiing ludlei of that institu- 
tion luiiiit liave been a truly aecep- 
tuliiceiitcrlalnmcnt. 

i)r. Slaokbnrn'B Addrsss, 



Eoiikinivlllt Oooklng Clalsi, 

The Cooking Club wiiich a 
aliori, but brillianl o«re«r In our citj', 
was dissulvtnl by innluiil coiitentf 
last week, on the dancing question 
Many ol the young ladies cuinpohiiig 
the club beloiii(vd lo the dill'crciil 



The Course of Zm Lo7« .Bunning 
S»th*r Benghly. 

Sow a Battis-Ssatrtd Veteran, of 
LonitTllli. took ante Bim- 
lelf Wiagi and Flew 

from the Courts 
of Cnrld. 



lU'l niiif.yoniig laillos, ho ng Iho alert, 
"riiu itanlf.'n tft'lilluut lUi'l ii )l(.) t 



hurt." 
Kv./ 



I'EWBKiiKK, I'llimiTlAN ('( 

M'liidiiv inorniiig. ( 

The niunllr qniol liltle.i'ily of Tein- 
broko was ilirown into social convul- 
tions Ibis inoniing by lite net of one 
brave little woman of twenty. 

It seeius that Mr. If.K.Furwood, of 
Louisville, a apoony old soldier of 
(SU, attended (jie Clil-irtUu County 
Agrieuilunil and MectiaHlcal Asso- 
ciation, on October 6th, 1^7^ auii( 
there had 'tlic pleasure Of lornilug the 
fitvorablo acqnainlaiice of several 
Ciirisliau coiiiity beifoa. It seems, 
furthermore, that his flekie heart fell 
pi'oHirale at the slirliio of thoau fair 
lorincd woiiicn. as Yellow .Im k hoiidK 
to Ihe liito ol .I.ick Kr i-t. Tlie new* 
coinei) corroLiuriileJ U  yiiur corrcs- 
puiiilent thut ho li:is ni)di'eEsed in 
routine several of tlic^e Hyininnirical 
spedinens of sistcrliood, tint their 
decisions liave each in turn bceu of 

most unfavorable cast for the lenll- 
niental suitor; that invariably the 
plaintiff bos bad to sustain the costs 
and from each decision in the lotvcr, 
lie has taken appeal to a bighikr^ 
court, liopiilg lo ore«I»4iilo Ihe conju- 
gal circle ihruugii tome teebnicalUy 
uf tiie cause. 

For several moatbapnat he seomn' 
to liave had good reason lo believe 
ttiat in tills quarter "all was well snd 
would cud well," bul le-day has 
proven a disastrous eartiiqinike to 
his Ih iirl iMirniiigs. Tlie last ray Of 
hope hiK si'l on nn eternal gloom and 
to liini there in need of a God to say 
'•Let there be liglit." . . 

THE fACTg  , 

In this ease nro: .! 

Mr. Forwoiid has been viilting for 
several . qioulb^,,, All .K^wnplishcd 
younglady re idiilg nij|r tiny place, 
In the liope uf lurming a co-partner- 
ship for. Jifo.^ About ten days since 
he paidJiM if bU buain&s'.'calle tiidS 
left a eonlraei for the yonug Udy lo 
sign. Tills instrument was something 
after this onlor, hi near as tlie taeis 
could be learned : 

Tbe young lady, after besoming 
iiil wife, lo do ids entire iiousehold 
work, siicii as cooking, oleauiiig up, 
sewing &c. 

Thut she should be atlcniivo and 
lullhliil I'.t 111! liiiH's. 

ThHl hill' he allowed only one liun- 

ilreil mill tifi) duiui'D per aiiuum for 

lier money portion. 

That reliiiquitbineut of dower 
was agreed to. 

That kite should be permitted to 
visit Iter rolaii rot only once a year,— 
til reuiuiii one week, twelve dollars 
extra bel;ig alloweil lier 1 jr iruveliiij; 
exipcni-e-. iiinl ' 1 ' ■ ' ; "he leiii iiiieil 
loMKci' llin'. Ilio 8li|)iihiliMl lime «he 
should forleit Ihe twul 0 dolliirs cii ' 
tire ana pay her own expenses to and 
f'roln Louisville. 

There are several oilier minor feat- 
ured to thii remarkably onesided 
contract, but it is needless to further 
detail tlium. It is suficient. lo know, 
that Ibis leuiible you,nf laUjr eame to 
our city to-day, knowing tbat lhia 
loveaUIe artliau would be lierc, en 
rbule'lo'lUiflkiiHnft ^/Vbiatil'the 
license, and what happened soon 
■lM^^l«l' M'Wnil Ml) be. told in row 
arordh' SW li'arned that his lord-' 
ship was In' the salelroom of h pruin- 
iiieiit ineiehaiit hero, awaiting the 
coining of the evening train for your 
eity, wlioroiilion, in coiiipaiiy willi 
her fatliei, she entered therein. Un- 
daunted by the presence of at least 
twenty gentleincn, she thus address- 
ed hertolf to the object of her Journey 
' Mr. ForwootI, consider all verbal 
eontraota and understandingf be- 
tween us as nilll and void. This mat- 
ter haii gone far enough and I desire 
it to be dropped imiuediaioly," She 
tlien very immodestly retiredi giving 
tiie floor toiler fhi her for farther re- 
marks, who denounced Mr. Forwood 
as a oold-bt«eded beast ."At for trea- 
son, stratagem and apoll*" 
■I tM tjWtifft oaa  waa governed 



OVB NEI&BBOBS- 

CAU)»IEI.I.. « 

[Banner.] 

BUhnp Dudley coiidnetcd service 
in i'riiM elo,! on ilie l llh iii.  t. 

A young man rcLuriiRd bis lieense 
to'inarrv^t^.Cterk I'usleur, last .Mun- 
day,eni]orsed "116 propqrly found." 
Ills girl liuring |{one buck (|n him. 

Il does seem that all silrpiti's'inoney 
in Iho cunntry is going iiiio U.S. 4 
per cent bonds. We regret this; we 
would greatly prelVr to »( ;■ ii loaned 
out on farm morl;.'ages al Ti 6 per 
eeiii. Money in boinln Is safe, il is 
I rue. but It is SO inucli taken friiln the 
ciiierprlsc. biifihiesB Altit Irqiieor the 
cciiniry. During the (Mat i4S 'W« ls 
iiui leiiH ihaii tiKI.OOO imVe golieuut of 
Cnldwi^ll counly into these bonds, 
while there are a iiiinilipl' of men wno 
can give good niurtgiigo bccuriiy fur 
it, at 6 pel cent. , 



TOSACCO NEWS. 



Home and Foreign- 




Our receipts for 
were 94 iiogalieilds. 



the past week 



our 



MUHblKDEBO. 

[Koiio.J 

I'he revltnl al liit  Methodist cliurdi 
continues with nnalMited interest. A 
ntimbor uf prufussioiis have been 
made. 

The Guvlonn iiiiiie.° situated on Ihe 
p. & E Uoad jiisi n est of Oweiisboru 
Junction, wlilcli have been lying Idle 
for three years past, will bo reopened 
soon. 

The Kepublicnn convcniion at the 
Courthouse, last Saturday, though 
not largely atieuded, Was a storiuy 
one. Both the lieno and Johnson el- 
ements were well roprC''cnlod, i(nd 
wag(Ml war against each other for 
about thrco hours. They finnlly 
passed a set of rpsulutions, condemn- 
ing Hayes' policy, appointed uiiln- 
strneled delegaloa to the Louisville 
eouvention avt^ adjourned. 

nofKixs. 
[Times.] 

MaQ)e syrup \» being bronglit in, 
and in suhl truiu li.SO to ti per gal- 
lon. 

.Iiidge Hail still refuses lo grant 
wiiihky liieiiies. 

Judge retrep, of Ilopkinsville was 
in town last .Monday,, ailending. our 

County Court. 

Two of our heal farinera^ Jascpli 
Loving and Win. Davis, are about 
selling their land to » Wealthy old 
Uerniaii frpdi the Nortli. 

Messni. MM'tnti and rritchetl sold 
lo John 0."Morton, for a valuaSle 
enii«ideratioh, the tobacco faelory 
known as the I'ritchett sleiumcry, 
one (lay last week. 

The prolnii'ied meeting commenced 
at Ihe M. K. elinri h, south, last Sun- 
day is still in progress, and la grow- 
ing In inlerest. Sevoral prnininent 
divine* are expected here this week 
to lake fu/i ln Ibe servloei. 



TODD. 

[Ueglster,] , 

Messrs. Jesiip, Wheeler, Bnekner, 
and Lander, represented Ihe 4Iup- 
kinsvillo lubacctli houses iir BIkton 
last Mondvy. * " . . 

The Fairview Tobacco Fair Asso- 
niatinn coiiteinplato iiolJing another 
toliaei'irrHlr' this spring. Tl e premi- 
ums baVe not yen been dele^ntncd.on 
Thtr dwelling house of S. B. Boon, 
near Trenton, wa« entirely destroyed 
by Are one ntithi, last week. It is 
liioiighl,M lniN» lM«ntbq W.ovkr «f au 
Imendiary. 

' '" dlARKSVII.lE, 
(L «if.) 

riicunionia is very incvnlciil in our 
iniilsi now. 

Dr. Wheeler of Christian county, 
was ill tliu city Saturday. 

A bill positioning ihe forcitlecoi- 
loeiiun of Uxo» iHMlk ttapnc lai, has 
passed boihhiMiee'DiniiliNetlslaiure. 

Mtw. Marv ,Kndd^f Cadi7, Ky.,is 
visiting her davyfitU M«k Xbo*. I'. 
Majiuw   . . ^ 

Mr. Jerome AMcii, of Chistiin 
couiitv, bas reiltjd Jill' Cedar (.irove 
Milu 'ori nig Weft Tftrk Creek, and 
iies Hueured the service^ of Mr. J. 
N. Jarinin as his niilter. 



Prices riileil a lillle lii^rlmr on 
market during the past week. 

Tlie Ileal Iliivaniia tnbacrosced are 
worth 16 per Qound, and, 6u cents per 
ounce. 

The f rciich, it is sai l, mike nn av-, 
erugc of 4iH) per cent, profit uii tlie t(  
bauco boiiglit. 

There i» a mnveinfiiit on foot in 
Texas lorai^e lohaeco Iherc, and the 
feasibility of it is arkiiowledgcd by 
many competent Judg^Sv , , ^ 

TtieClnrksyille Tobacco Leaf eaysj 
"Our receipts siill conliiino very 
light, and in consequeuee our Offer- 
ing^ last week antouuied, ^ "pnlji' ^M 



Belleview. 



by Ilie folfdwing noSd, it tevked, f^r 
no reply was made and the matter 
seemed xlestined lo meet with a cool 
ti-euttnent. ' Thus eAded tlib fate of an 
ovcrlinpcf\il Loulsvllllan, his "sweet- 
iiedii wiiirled on the deserl uir," Moral : 
•■inuney m^tltes tife inaregd, but don't 



oburclies ami while ti.ey seo no 

harm in the private, social dance, yet,' win » wl«t byUpwariieof aJW-fi"'' 
ihii older Uimnbership of these church 
es disapprobale il, and hence they 
ohoso to regard the more weighty 
aud responsible obligations to their 
ehureiiea, lo tlie pleasures of the 
dance. There will be two Clubs in 
Ihe luturo, In each of which will bd 



Farmers are about tbrongb burning 
plant land. 

Bul few are through stripping lo 
bucoo i:i this couiinuiiily, and wo be 
llflve uOiM hiiii Ueli'priteidI mid .offer 



eiusierod the beauty a^id iniollecl ofi cd for sale .Oli thb aarket There 
ti* town, the oni'i)«rmlUing disnt- has been hut IllUa fallowing don 



ing, Ihe otiisr ,«ut|r^|y sc^ai aiid In- 
tellectual. WfiMe we Kive the high- 



siiice Chrlstmaa. 
Wheat is looking 



tolerably well 




the Court-house last Tuesday 
itti|tMMgo(t, most select and 
jltcl|,ce lhat has ever 
. iWtill^^li AktlHiildlng;   

i)h^ m(»irbwn d'olivei^a* jpoW*r  
fnl splini'ii, pf about one houMi length, 
which (Mlled^'forih applause!,, long 
«Hd frequent. Ills speech wim'.wcII 
^eiV;Adi.' «lid oonvinscd uui;. (j^plc j 
' that no more *^i|ablo 01 an ouiildv|^er I 



est rispeet for both wings oflhe club «»nlpl»l"t df 



'Pei p».gj^flgj.';Mr. Davlf. 

^ WI »t9"lJ»« H'0ugi.t no*r wiien it 
is kiiowu thai ubr State Cuuimisaloii- 

«r of ilorliculturc, AgricullUiH) snd 
.Si«li«lics has acinully loll his otUco 
ill the hands u: a nuburdiuale while 
lie acta as preridcut of a- li«iHilllU: 
cuiiipauy? Bow Incompatible, too, 
ar^ Ilie two positions i' Are , we lu 
sukpcct that all the pulling given to 
certain furiiiulas in the aumlry mouth- 
lies uiid the iwo uiinii:il re[iuii9 ol 
the CuniuiitiMiuiier were merely meant 
to prepare the minds uf the fariuors 
lur ibu goods which the ComiHlssion- 
er W06 liiiii»elf preparing to ntanufAO- 
lure and oll'or for sale? Then Mr. 
IJavie liiis heeii giUtliig IWO thousand 
dollars per yeiir Iroin tlio Stale whh 
which lo advertise ids private busi- 
ness. This iBr'toanrwHtnot meet 
Iho apnroval'ef'INs fartiwrii" and nu 
one will reeognhte this fact sooner 
than the Coibmlesloner hirasolf. 

The Cominissiuner also Inlurins the 
fariners by cii-cniai liial he is a dealer 
in agricuilurul iiiipleineiilii, scuds, 
groceries, etc. — iiiiogelbcr loo much 
business for one bui'deuod with the 
cares of a rcspoHsible olSce. Wo 
commend the Coiniiiijsioner for be- 
ing candid enough to put his name 10 
his liusinuss circuiai'ii, and suppose, 
of cuui'sp, ho dooa not moan to hold 
to Ids otHce. At any rale we will er' ' 
pect the dealer iu (brtliixera, agrioul- 
turttl' impleinotits, seeds,' groceries,' 
etc, to **sinp dhwn sMd lvut" iVom m 
office so evidently iiiconEUIciil wijil 
privates Ijiniiiess of llint lialni'o. 

In onlor lo give cinphaais to the, 
siiggcstiou Ihns inild|y laid, down, W« 
need only refer to the fact lliat in the 
sttlo of iWlilkcrs tlierc has pprliapi 
been more In^osiiion upon lariiiers 
than thriiiigh any oilier ways, known 
to the "irieks of trade." An article 
so easily cuiniturteitcd, so difficult ol 
soienllHc inspection and analysis, and 



and accord lo each the right to lot 
conseienco dictate the path of duty, 
and while wo rejtnril Ihe rcstt'aini n.s 
regard's daucing as huinap aud nut 
divine, yet tlie appioba7ft»|,^j^o, 



under whoso watch-care wo are, And 
whose places we are soon to till, 
should be higlily and rovercnlly re- 
garclcil. 

We exlend,to oaeJi ^fth* obbe our 
hinielf for (JoVornor of Iho ■ilaie.'l beat wishes f«r*a^|n|^yi|uHd of 

It has never hewn oiir g„n(l lorlune lb •o :l«l enjoyment 
listen to a inoro seii»lblo argnmpiit 



lihi 

TlieCrsnge Warehouse, of Ciarks- 
vIIId, Is proposing to liold a Tobacco 
Fair iu June. Lay -oil yonr extra 
charges now to pay the premiums 
then. 

While our ivcelpts have been light, 
yet snflluienl iiiterebl is already lelt 
ill our market here byr fojreign ^lealers 
to have representative men on the 
board. We arc already honored with 
buyers for Jfew York, New Or- 
leans and other ejilee. 

Sawyer, AVallace Co., New 
York, say that Clarsville Tobacco 
wcins lo be neglected, being loodei.r 
for the present Ilcgio demand, and 
Bremen having loo niiich of it til- 
ready I and they are puzzled lo kupw 
wiial its real vnliio is this year. 

Tlie ^nde^son . 'Bej^rier remarks 
'hal:' .', ' 

I'rices liave been well maintained, 
ntid we now quote au.«cliv« aiid.tlrin 
innrkct. All olferiiigs flnd reiidyimr- 
nhnsers at lull market value. I''roin 
lialf tu Iwo-lhiriU of the crop of Hen- 
derson e !ly IpH already been do- 

livcroil, and Iroiii thu reports of our 
buyers, iiiilwilhs  Hiding tlio many 
very bcaiiliful samples of tohicuo 
sliown on tlie streui and sold, the 
crop is turning out n very large pro- 
portion of cuiiiuiou and lucun tu- 
bocco." 

The Union Coutily Local in coin- 
nienlliig on llie^ TotiaccO market of 
that place says: 

Itecoipts were liberal early iu the 
week, and with open weallier during 
next week Ihe liiilk of iliu crop will 
have been delivcrn.l, unless preveiiicd 
by bad roads. I' Prices reninlu uni- 
form, ' rMtiging Irom 3)j@6itic for 
cuii.inon 10 bri ;lil leaf, 2 '@3|j c lur 
lugs, ):eor le for ii-aah. Tiie average 
qualllv is liclterthnn last. year, and 
Willi scarcely any green or huiisehnrii 
ill tiiecrvttj flaiilera are preparing 
tu plaiil a larger llian lbe;Oti«uiiw be- 
ing markeiad. being aatiffl.1 that it 
liays Ihein belter iliaii any uiber kind 
of farm produce. . 

Our warehousemen are among the 
most enterprising bntiiiess inon uf 
the Weal. 

It has been BtijrgPSIed that Ihey 
-hoiikl hold u Tohai'co K.iir, bul Wi 
can see nu good 10 cuiuo uf such an 
eulerprise. Thoso who have seen 
and know tho jiraetical working of 
these Tobacco Fairs will attest the 
liarlialiiy niid snpcrnci;il\iy of them. 
There are many very inferior crops 
of lohaeco from which Ihe very Hii 
est sample may be sclcclcd. The 
chances for a very careless and noii 
dp».cript lanncr to got Ihe premium 
arc cipial willi Ihoseof llie v iry best 
lohaeco raiser airl liaiiiller in Iho 
county. And bosides, til ese Fairs 
stir up jealousy and contention. Tho 
cnliglileiiod lavincr can roadlly sco 
that Ihe objjjct of the warchouscnicn 
.in holding these Fairs is simply lo 
advertise their business— and a very 
expensive advvrtisemeMt ,U |s. too. 
After flb'Uie (money eooMMout of the 
farmer lo pay these pevniluifia and 
dees no earthly good in ' raMng' pri 
ces on oitfTifSalsfc "TTe ' loijnei oth 
erinarkim^«M^1hey pleo«».in this 
matter, bnt as for us, let us take no 
slock in this extravagant, superflcUl 
method of adverllsijig business. We 
can soli tobaofp lo as good an advan 
ttge as anymarketjin the Wesi, aud a 
test is ail thiat can provetheaisetiiou. 

Sold hy S. G, Buckner, Feb.' 1(2,' "7^. 
8 hhd«. as follows: 
3 lihi^s.goud medium leaf, $6 lo 750 

1 iiiid. cum. loaf, $4 2i . 

2 hhds. low loaf, $3 00 I0S66. 
1 hlid. lugs, com, $2 40. 
I hhd. trash. »1 60._ 

l)ur receipts are;iiow nioro liberol 
and i think some of our stock will be 
suMclent lo attract the ataenlion  »f 
foreign buyers. Our pMccs were 
some belter this week on all grades 
especially Iug . I would again nion- 
tinn the imfKirtance of good order 
and assorting and avoiil iighi vn'i^ht 
liugslioads, 'hat is mit to inske yMir 
liogilinads woigh less tlitm fifteeii to 
aixteeii hundred pounds sros's. The 
past history of our nurkot iiilly as- 
sures lis that the planter iiid cuunlry 
dealer iwn do no botior than here ul 
homa,. . ^ :[/'". 

... Susd&r Seatenoei. 

. ^ tl^ulsttlle Ai^n^.l 

Lieutenant Governor Ciiderwood 
chopping corihvood alter dark to pro 
cure inuiiey with which to buy bim 1 
gold waicli, must have bceu a grand 
aad.tkniliiig scene. 

Mr. Underwood pl^ys the fiddle 



At the meeting held here Ihe first 
Saturday in this nionili tu nominate 
delej;aled to the county couveuliou. 
Ihe parliea coHvaued w«r»* lUile 
preinatore and ntletakeu in Ihkdaivs 
iitid confess their error. However 
we feel nale in tlie absertioii that 
Ihe delegates will be Inslrnctcd 
Maroh the liil. lo vote for-',\ Ihhii they 
woro instructed to vole Feb. lid. 

Married— At ihe re-.iiliMice of tho 
brides fntiier ut 4 u'cluek, p. in. Sun- 
day last, by the Itev. II. B. CIni-k, 
Mr. J. Childress ard Mist Cornelia 
V. Hopper. Allendants, Mr T. E, 
Itariley and Miss Alice Itlckman. 
Alter cjiigraliihilions Were extended 
the small crowd assembled to witness 
Ihe ecreinony, dispersed leaving the 
happy couple witli inauy good wishes 
for their iiappiiicss, prosperity, nnd 
suceefitJii life. 

Quite n nice aooial party was given 
at llie rosideiire uf Mr. Win. Reed on 
Monday niglit lai t. Owing to flip 
inclement Wenthcr of the night thJ 
erowil was siiiall, lint all present 
seeinoil lo enjoy llieniselvps hugely 
and pr  nouiiceil the all'air a success. 

A friend In this place is the posses 
i)or ol sonieililiig similar lo an ox's 
head which, was dug froiii life earth 

by Squire Doiially while quarrying 
some rock for a eislcrii. It is quite a 
ciirio'ily and i.^ no doubt a bovine 
i raiilnm embalmed many years ago, 
if they are ever |)nl up iliat way. 

Dr. I'atloii whi) li-.s been ill for 
.nore than a week \vp are pleased to 
*ay is rciiviilcsi piil. 

The band of Mexicans camped near 
here skipped out for parii'uttknowir 

Sunday last. 1 , , 

Died— 11 is our paiiifiil duly to re- 
cord this week Iho death of Mrs. 
Marprei, Kryani. who died at her 
residence on .'Sunday iilglit last after 
a long and painlnl illness. 

For many years Mrs. Bryant bas 
lieeii a church inpinbi-r and died a 
true and uiileigiied christian. Tlicro 
was only a lapse uf two weeks be- 
tween Iho dtwtba of ,My. and Mr*. 
Brynnt. Shobt Fclluw. 

Feb,17,7p. 

1 '""I \' ■ . 

Nans A Neuiier, Loulsvi lie, Ky., 
Vegelabla:and Flower seods, green 
liouse plants te,' . . . 

N.TnbIn, Slktoif, Kjnt' ' Nick and 
Will H6lci. ' 

U. W. Baldwin, exparle petition, 
In equity. 

J. A. B. Johnson, Ag't. Hopkins- 
vlllc, Ky. Ilariicss, Saddlery ic. 

J. K. (T'\iit. tti Son, Ilopkinsville, 
Ky, Tobacco WarcliDusumou and 
Coiiiinissiuii ' (orchaiils. 




o. G SBAiviUiiar 

Is Tir'E JIAN THAT ,8ELt8 

TIE y^idUER f pM, 

The best in the World; guaranteed two yearn, to run lighleV iiW'eaft'y ihoii 

wei) ht ll an .any other. Alsn, : 

Oliver OhUled Plows, 

Warrautid totittt lighter, douiore and hotter wurb'tlian any other pl6H on tbe 

markot. . . .■ 1 

Reapers, Movers, Soparatorj^ Portftble and 
Sialionary Engines',' Buggies, ti'criilizcrs, 

FIEILP AND G^ARDEN SEEcil^ 

And inifaet everything n ranncr wants. |fiiiiii an oidinury Garden Hue tea 

'• ' Steam Threshing Citablisliiiient. 

Jan 10, nO tf. 

J. \\. WALKEll, Tiuveling Sald»mnu. 

G. Hs BRANDON, 

Dk.M.KIt IN 

TineWatches, Clocks, Jeweliy, 

Slnliwiiery and IVovelties 



Silverware, 

Is prepared tu furniNli Elgin ami VValtham Wnlelies, (Juld Cliainis, Cawev 
and Aiuetiixat Kings, Sleeve llnttii'is, IjaHes Sets of Jewelry, Otu., 
.C;:.£ti:.fiO at the lowest ca-li |ilicev' 

WalQlies, Clocks and .Jewelry neatly ant) 

|)roinptl)' (lone, 

Itings at\d all kinds 111 Siilid G.dd .IcMeliy niaile in niv hnnse, »» 
^ • ,: . Respecllully, (i. 11. UKA.NDO.S, 



I'lain fi'i 
that nil can see 
■Jan. 10, 'TD-am. , 



rr^^sTrnr:;: — 

Henderson A Cavanak^etill sell 14 
lbs. of gfa«d-«DgRr Mir 11.00, or 6 lbs. 

giiod cj'fl'ee for 11,00. 

pure tree sugar at Polk 
"Go quioK and ^oi^ the 



and this was Iho vordic^of every one 
with wliom we liavo conversed on 
the subject. 

Prof. Ilalsell, of Bowling Oreon 1 
Ulso nnule .'i iiiosf ew, ll,**hlf s.necch, I 
and, If \yo mistake not. mode iminy 
Warm friends iu our midst; during | 
bis brief ao ou^|^]tb ui. i 



Success demands a liberal patron- 
age of plitiitiiig o(liccs rIJ- Alter. 



DiKD— At his residence in this city 
on Tuesday, Feb. llih 1879, Mr. Al- 
bert M'allacc, iu Iho SOIh. year of his 



A company of invlled gpntleiiicu 
met at the residence of Mr. Otlio 
(^I'jivcs last Tuesday lor a j;la8s ball 
shooiiii:;. 'Wo cannot give tho score, 
bill le'iieve Mr.: Graves came out 
ciiampion. 

The young ladies and gentlemen of 
this coiiiniuiiily liavc made propara- 
lions and nre rehearsing for an enter 
laiiiinoni at this place on the 22nd 
Jnst. The proceeds are lo be devoted 
lo iho churclrhero. This is a lauda- 
ble undertaking aud should be well 
patronized. 

Miss Jennie Bell, a very .pretty and 
attraoiive young lady from tho Tren- 
ton neighborhood, is visiting the fain- 
ilyof Mr. Whit. Uonry. 

William Borbcc, a negro man liv- 
ing oil file flii'tii or W. T, Vaughan, 

got his Ti.nid f-'f";! hltlcn OTi the !trd 
. or.Ianunry ar,d died last Saturday 
I wilb lock |aw. iliuBV. 



roToouililg into such genoriii' uae.'re- 1 heautiluUy, but [hat accoiU|ift|hmcnl, 
quires tiro proleciioii mid guardian- ovjrpowering and fascinating »s it is, 
" * - ' can hardly be regarded ns actually nec- 
essary in a Govci-Dor uf Keptutsky. 

The handsome gold watetl which 
that noor blit ihdoiitrtinn' Miutieniaii, 
Mr. Undcrwoodj is eodipelTed to b j.r- 
row when ho is making ^leanvasj on 

acconnt of his inability to' purcnase 

sueli a costly hixury, is doinj^ eood 
service. If we mistake not. this is tho 
identical ticker wiiich the Liculeiiiuit 
Governor was in tho iiabit of exhib- 
iting in his canvas f.n his present of- 
hcn to his nioii'ilaiii ainliencea, with 
'he simple ami triithliil explaiiaiioii 
that he "earned that wptcli chopping 
cord wood after dark," Tlil« citughl 
the niunntaine'crs. . 



ship of the Coiniiiissioiier of AgrI 
culture, rallior than lo tie thrown bo- 
1)10 him as a bait 10 lempling Tor 
■private gain that few could iwisl it. 

in other Stales the whole energy 
and Influence of the agiicullural bii- 
rcans nro exercised for the iMotection 
I of I'aincrs agaiiim Ihe iniposllioiis of 
dishonest fertilizer companies, and 
what a sorry figure will our om u bu- 
reau present should it bo successful- 
ly accused of being luind and glovo 
with a oampany, no matter what may 
bo its eharacter 

Wo shonld oxprpRH great surprUc 
wore the Coniinisslonerto rnniHin in 
occupancy of the two pokltloua for 
one we(!k, and hence «hr saggoation 
of "down and out."— Famw* Xpmt 
Jottrnal. 



' A little learning is a dangerous 
thing and that is ilio reason son.e 
men prefer to spcnil their money for 
boorliuiead of 0 newspaper. 



Where is "parts nnknown '('"asks a 
correspondent of the Danhury Ne^V*. 
To whlcl) Bailey answers: "Where 



lOU lbs. 
Causler'a. 
rush," 

JO. 8. CHAST VIN 
Still keeps the v. ry liest brands o' 
Coil t»i\s, Non-Kxplosive Oils of the 
highest tests an.l purest (|iiality, An- 
mra lol lur mechanii al uses. Lumps 
iiii.i Lamp ii.\tnies, i^ueenswaic. Tin- 
ware, etc., etc. 

(i. II. Brandon is prepared to do 
1' alcli, clock and jewelry wyrk clieap- 
ur and biillor than, it,,fri^,'e.]^^. doq« in 
tbbi town. '• . ' ' ' 

Smokers, AttciatiOQ! 

Smoke thu Guld Staaidahl,: 6 cent 
cigur. manufactured especially for oui 
own trade. Oray & Buckner. 

Go to Dick Lovipis and get your 
watciius roimired all right, at Hooser 
ikOvoi'shioor's corner, Main Street. . 

Call abd tee' Ql ff. Btflhdon'a new 
and elegant stbelc of (Tibcks. It is a 

treat to look at his different designs 

If you wniit a biidal [iresenl call on 
G. IL Brandon. He can furnish yon 
latest designs ut the lowest prices. 

G. H. Brandon is sole Agent for 
LaxaruB A M,orriti' ^erfee^ Specie: 
cles, and has a large itcnlt on bindi' 
is prepared to suit anyone. 

Bridal Presents in abaudance al 
Breudou's. 

Wo leol safe in aaying tjiat we have 
the vtry freihut stock of drugs on 
this market. Gray & Buckner. 

A now lot of School and Blank 
Books, at Gray di Bnekner's. 

OotoPolk C^A)iHi*|l for the finest 
AppWInthe city. ' Also choice Or- 
anges, 85c per (tuaen. 

SpMETHlNG NICE. 
Cbineiie and Cmicina .Soaps, at 
• 1 '^f*'''  *f,^" ik'wr's. 

A l8l^ -' ((l9ir^ ' iWhiM ' lioad 
I'aintii, o({» and Varuiehea M' 

Gray ih Bu^her'a. 

Palmer's and Luutlhorg's I'orfunies 
and iloyt'u Germiiu Cologne at 

Gray d[ liuckner's 

Pen-holders, Pens, Pencils. Station- 
efjr.Ote, in endlMs ipluntilies, at 

Gray dt L'jckiier's. 

We n(e ;»«»'e dn^ only In coni- 
poUndingipresenptioneiri!'- (jK dk  jl. 

Nem C6al 

Ben Thompson has opened a new 
Coal YunI ut llie old Stand uf Nelson 
it dein;''s »llulom^e, and will Inr- 
nitih cuul at thu IuwckI cush price. 11. 

To make your wife bappy, to de- 
light \]^e Childrch.to picuse lie young 
ludies, get a buggy from B.LTI.ViliN- 
STEIL,.,JiUCAM.i: A .BUifTE, the 
leading CARHlAGii MANUFACT 
UilEllSJ of -Sontliern Kuiitncky. 

BIlie Front Drug Store. 

•■VILUGOOSI': LINIMENT. 

I'lepurcd ami ninnnlacturud by the ru- 
liable house of (ilSa  k GARNER, 
llopkiusvillo, Ky., ^ 

. _ „iX-.' 

. 9$ai\r in- 

.»«ry Bniall 

jiortlnr of votirTclHnrttlmvthuiy tntoreot. 1 
do nnl t'\p('rt v'Mi t^ .v »nv«"s for my ccloluatetl 
Bvnltj 'n I'inno^ an.; OigHiii* iinlcsw you ««« fli 
to; but tho Mrviue 1 roqlilr*'- tjf too (■ both 
" '\9t FnUiiftrtfouliir^ tr— . 



DEUa. AID BOOK STOEE. 

;.«•• • - "y ,i: .,; - •» •• ■ » ; , 
WciHvileatlention't'oenrlargenincltiif'pnrp Dihitk and Medicines, ofwhiob 
ve kce(i a iUllnupply. l)iirwtiie! :if 

Books and Stationery 

iemucb larger ihsn cnn^bc fuund in any house in town. The latest styles lif* ' 

in great vuriuly »iid Vfiry'low prices, .nnl I'veiytliing iisnnlly kept in Ding 

SloreN,'fu alldf A'biuh «o call the atteiii ion of Imvcis. 
Jan. 10, '79 If. " R.'spectfully, E. U. HOPl'Iil! dt SDN. . 





.lip 



IX- 



SGOTCH GflANITE, ITA LI AlV ... 

 l(hlC'-' t': ,,'1,-!T. ' 



-AND- 



iri'ii 



Uonnincnts, fiend Stones, Tat lets, Furniture Marble Ac. Also Lim«i.taM 
Work 9(^11 kjnilH, it(}ol»ji^J^»ijndl^tions, Door Steps, VViiiuoWi 
''*'*■ •*l*eu»t,.BJoiib». 8iwandCtmetery Curbing Ac. " 




M. U. Ncuox 



J. E. JtMur. 



NELSON ifeJESUP 

PROPRiF/nms Of 
HOPKINiVlLLE FIRE PROOF TOBACCO 

Lately occupied by G. C. 1-;. li. Loii^.. 

Good rooms and stables for tennis and toanisters l''UEK. 

SALKS EVKHY WEDNESDAY 

All Tol»ooirailt«Bi4er'Wm'ti  Imurad fttownurt e.xpcn^c, all T',baf.,"o not s Ivsn^'eit oa 
will Iw Inaurcit alw nt inr«ert4iX|isn«ii ubIow we have wuda.i uMen uvU tu lusuru, iitt jr s„til 
it will bskeiaMfiskjullkebiUier. -• «'   



AGES. 

CHOSS, DUCKEE^ BUYER 



o ^ . 



Take pleasure in .an,npuuoiug 
tliey have just ouinploted their 



(0 the oilieona of Soulliorn Kentucky, tbitt ' x 



NEW SPACIOUS BRICK llUIIDlNa, . . 

Opposite their old stand, on Virj,'inia Street, and liavln;} equipped tlieniselvos 
with all tiie newly inipioved niachineiy lor turning out ' 

FIP.ST-0LA8S WORK AT REDIIQEQ RATE.8. 

They have nu hesiiHiicy ill bringing tbeiiiselvcs a iiiurely beli,if| ^be people, , (a 
c-oiupele with auy honmi in Kentucky. " ' [|y j 

Hopkilis»iU*i dan. lOi '-70. . . , ■ " 



SCHOOL T{Hiil.M}' 

cnisae yonr sslsnr (jr lleffiilnir a,* 



they doiil ddverliie." And  ^  »S^\^2!^*^tSS(mir-^^^ 
Bailey does ilay It, ibis ii no joke. ' ■ "^"^Ifi^kSaw- 11- * 




ICOi 

, Tobacco , Commission lerchpts. 
Old 

\ HopkinsviUe, Sy. 



FARMER'S warehouse: 

v (NE.VKCOAL VAUl)9,) 



Ml IVI)*""* ailrsnro^ tm will 
will ke Insiiivil «l|m«i  »«rli »r •— 
II will tif Um nt riak ul l|y  hu' 



hrtMl ■MUtM HAtarilii 
fe»PHr*m.iini^^r»;'' 




CITY DIRECTOR V {THE SOUTH KENTUCKIAn' 



Ik 



Moon Obmauuidoiy. 

Xo. U, Kiii)jflit'i) Teiiiplar. iteguliir 
CuiiYuvut ioiih 4(1) iiiuuilay iii eauli 
ui null, nt Mnsoiiio Hall. 

H. W Sto«i, B. C. 

y, J. Bnnviiull, lii'curiler. 

Benpvolent Societiea- 



Loilge, Xo. 37, P. ami 
iiiectiii),' iKt Moiulay 



'[(ilikiiisvilld 
-■- .il.-.St.nieii 

ill ciicli iiioiith, at Musuiiiv Hall. 
.1. 0. EIHh, U. \V. Stonr, 

JSucretiiiy. W. .U. 

' Oiii'iitiil Cli.ipter, N(i. 14, 11. A M. 
— St/iU'ii eiiniiimnioations 1A Mniiilav 
i-viMiiiig of each iiiimtli, nt .Masmiic 

H"ll .1. 1. LVNDKS, H. P. 

.iaiiu's O. Kllis, Secro arv. 

Kvoixrc LMi hoilgc, K. of P.— Regu- 
lar nlc^■Iill^'s every 2(1 and 4th TllUra- 
Jay ill cacli montli. 

Joe McCarriill. Fb.\11K MvairK, 
K. oC 11. Hud S. f. C 

Uilil ('Vlliiws Hall. — Regular meet- 
iiiK^ every Kriday oveiiiiig Enciuiip- 
iiH iit niM'ts 1m ami BJ llinreday 
eveiiiiij; in each iiioiitli. 

Ancient Onler of I'liito.l W(jrk- 
nien.— Kniglils nl' Puliias Hall. Ke^- 
Jlar meeting every Miiiulay iiiglit at 
8 o'cliwk. A. IU1.L. M. W. 

 j. B. Underwood, a. B. 

Churches. 

na|ili«l ('liiiivli— Main St. Uev, 
T. G. Keeiie, I'astur. ServicoN every 
Habbatli iiioniiiig ami evening. Sun- 
iluy nehoiil every Sabbath morning. 
Prayer meeting every Weilnesday 
evening. 

Christian Church— ^'a^llvillc Si. 
C. K. MaiHliall, Pastor. Services ev- 
ery Sabballi nioiiiing. at wliicli lime 
8acramcut of the Lnnl'ij Supper is 
uniformly admiuiHtcruil, ami at niglit 
at 7:80 o'clock, Sunday School cv 
ery Kabbnth morning. Prayer meet- 
ing evu-y Wc.lnesilay evening'. 

M. K. Church (Sonlli)— N-.^livil!e 
Street. John W. Lewi's, Pastor. 
Services every Sabbath iiioriiing anil 
evening. Sunday School every Sab- 
bath ninining. Prayer meeting ev- 
ery Weiltirsilay evening. 

Old Heliool I'lesliyieriaii v^hnreli 
(Southern Asse.iilily [--Naslivillc St. 
Kev. .1. CL Tale. I'avtor. lUTTiilar 
Hcrviees 1st and yd Siililmtlis in each 
inonili, niorniiig ami evening. Sun- 
liny School every Sabhath moriiin;^ 
at tlj o'clock. Prayer meeting every 
Weilnoiday eveninff. 

Cumberland Pretbyterim Church— 
nnssellville Street. M. 0. Smith, 
J'astiir. Servlc.'g avery Sabbalh 
iiiorniiig and cveiiinf:. Sunday school 
every Saliliath iiiuvning. 

C.-ithiilic Chnreli— Nashville St. 
Ilcv. Father Hazley, Pastor. Regu- 
lar service* every Sabbath"moriunL' 
•t. 9 o'clock. 



OFFICMi BtUft M, iff. HMnaMMMTk 

HOPKISSVILLE, KY. 



llOPKtySYIL U POST OFFICE. 

MAIU. AlSim. BCTKTII. 

N'ashvlllowt LoulnlUe. nMa.uu iMM-n- 

Kriiniivinoanil StLoiilr... 8H)b|).m. ll:4Hi.iii. 

(.'ailU 7:00 p.m. 7:111) N.m. 

I.urii.vi.'ttc (Til . Thu .t snt.) 5:10 11,111. SKO n.ni 
N .I'mviilfiice (\Vi' l .t .Siitj i;:flQ p.m. &:00 A.m. 
Princuuin, arrlvM FriiUy (.-DO p. m. tietiaru 

^ntiinlay9:caa.ui. 
Ureiinrllle. arrives KriilayiKNikn., deparia 

SatunUy 7 a. n. 

S. H. BVB«MIM», P. Jl. 



SorTHKi,x ExpiiRss.— n. \V. Nor- 
■w/md. Agent. Oflice mi Main Street. 

County Directory^ 
ooriTs. 

CIBCUIT COl'BT. 

y\M Monday in March and Sepiem- 

 ;iMnTi:iii,Y coriiT. 
Last Mumlay in .lannary, April, July 
and October. 

CUUMTy COURT. 

Firat Monday in each month. 

riil'NTV COUBT OF CLAIMS. 
First Monday in October, and subject 
to call any time by the County 
Judge. 

flTY 'ot- ftt. 
Third Momlay in .November, Febrna- 
I, ^.^"fy, .May and August. 

Weights of Kentucky 

The followInK nrc the legal weighti" 
of Kenliicky lor seeds ttiuf other nr- 
tides. Tlie llgurcB rcrcr 10 the luiin- 
ber of pounds to tlic bushel. 

I'ounils.l I'oundu 

miieir»«« 14iCnni,lnfar(oiil|., 70 

Orclianlfraat ■acd. ltliiata 

Knltn|i iwd Klllcnrii 

■ (Wllli nin, c.nlor 

Timothy iweil 41 l i-as 

Millet wed (Gcnnan) iOiOiiiiiiis 
SIIII«taiHMl(Mis«)liri)M)^Ouioll , lo|i seta 
1 1 imsarlaiiKrn «s tanl Mi I'ntatucs, Irl sli . 
Ilih kniioiit swil , ,. Ml Potiitoea, aweet. 

I'l' li!) 17 Tarnupi 

I hiiien' iiin'r-caiii) a'lUll llran . . Ji) 

Jiroiiiii corn iiueil .40 Ciinitnf al to 

Oia^iiaratixt  u«l.. 88 Dried .Vuplea t4 

. 44 I ri«l PeHrhn ... an 



Ifemp su«i 
f aiiary seeil . .. 

Vim MPil 

W heal 

Kyii 

t om (ahelM). 



Dried. 
.W.l,lmt,unila1 

..wlsiiit.. 



a iiar'd40 



Vnr Vmi for Olm. 

As we Iiad liearil tiolliing far a 
long time about tlic iiivciiiloti bv 
which giaaa w«« deprived of its brii 
lleiioos, we concluded that it was uue 
of (lie ephemeral discoveries, so fre- 
qiicnl of late years, mid dismissed il 
troiii our mind. Wo now tiiid soi,.e 
lliing in llic glass line. The IJotroll 
Free Prett lias translated tor the use 
uf its readen (Vom a German paper 
the rollowliig iiartleiilan of the netv 
process of making glass : "At Gnad 
eiilVet the artist and glass spinner, A. 
Prengcl, of Vieniia, has established 
his glass business, oircriiii; carpels, 
cuffs, Rolhirs, veils, etc, ol glass, lie 
not only spins, but filso weaves glass 
before the eyes of the people. Tlie 
nilienvisc briillc glass he changes In- 
10 pliable threads and uses them for 
tnakliig good, warm clothing. Il 
sounds like a myth, but Mr. HrciiL'el 
inlrodnccs certain iiigredienis, which 
is Ills secret, and (hereby ohnniret the 
piilli'e naliirn of the glass, lie has 
just (liiished a while, enrly glass 
iiiiitr for a lady in St. Petersburg; 
ho charges forty thalers for 
Ihem. Also, ladies' hats, of glass, 
with glass feathers. A remarkable 
leaiiire of this glass innlerlnl Is (list it 
is liglilei- tlinii feathers. Wool made 
of glass euiiiioi be disllnanished from 
Ihc genuine article. Mr. Preniiel's 
glass iurenlions are sonielbing so cx- 
irnnrdlnnry and useful /or eloihliig. 
eie... as glass is a nnn-condticlor, that 
It will probubly cause an «iillroreTo  
lution In dress iniilerlal." 



Zzperiment in Wheat Cultivation. 

[St. l.oiilt liepiililicnn i 

Kxpcriiiieiils have been made in 
Michigan in cullivaling wheal, and 
ilic resiilis are not only saiisfa'ctory 
bill astonisDIng. A commitlle was ap- 
poiiiieil to oversee llic experiments 
Slid make the report. .Sixty-eight 
pbuiiils of seed per acre were sown 
in drilla IQ inches apart, and UO 
]ionnds were drilled in the uaual 
way. Thni in 16 inch drills was cul- 
tivated with a horse wheat hue once 
ill the fall and twice in the spring; 
the other, of course, was not cultiva- 
led sfler sowing. The report says 
Hint the 16-inch lot did not lodge or 
rrinkle, while (he 8-ineh lot did so 
badly. The average yield was 69 .ij 
per cent, greater in the 16 inch drills 
than in the 8 inch drill. The Agri- 
rnlturist remarks: "Ii is as icasoiia- 
bte to believe Ihnt grain crops should 
be bcnefitleil by nullivnlion ns thai 
potatoes, corn, cabbages and other 
crops should bo. Hoeing in Europe 
is not nn uncommon pnirtlee, and 
fanners in this enuiilry have begun it 
with marked success." 




III[SCI[li|CiiERICIII 

THiiiTr.roinftTH teaki 

Tht mott I'liimhir Scientific Paper 
in the World I 

Only 13.20 » Tear, including Postage. 
Weekly. 62 Mumberi a Year. 
4,000 Book Pages. 

TilF, s.-ifiitjii,. Aim^ririiii isii Iiirjio nrnt-rlnxs 
Hcrkly iie\vs|iii|ier(ir sixteen pH;reH.priiitoil 
in till- niuiit lieiiiilifiil htile. ii|-iifiiiielv illiiitrnt- 
eJ witli Hiileiiillit I'litfriivlii;;^. re))ii'M'iitin;,' iho 
nvwuKt Invuntliinii anil the niiHt rcrent iiiii :iii 
rrt iu Iho Arts iiiicl Mrlenees; iiicliulinK ik'\i 
a. ill liiUri'sMng: fiO't. In ai(rli'.iiltiiru. hnrlinil- 
tiiie, tile hiiiiie. Iiualth.iueincal iirotfresH. msrinl 
ai-leuee. niitiiinl hUuiry. Kiviioiiv, ftalrotnimv. 
Tlio tufist VHliiKliIf iiraetliral papers, bvoiiii- 
noiit writfi.   In all i|e|iarluiiiiits ul s.-un.i'. 
will be found in llu' Si lentHlr Anicrii-mi. 

Teriiin, U«l per year, tt.DO half yeiir, wlil h 
IBCtinlm poatage. Ulaeouut to uxentH. xtngW 
epiiloa Uia ssnla. tiolil hy all iieHsilealrrn 
Kmnlilisrpoatnl order 10 Ml^KN ft CO., I'uh. 
ll-her«.:i' faric Hon. Now York. 

I* ft'l'I^^H'l^tt In 1'onner.tioii with 
'* » ■ IhoSclenUlle Amur- 

Iran, Muvgra. Ml'NS A Co. ai-p .SfilieltorH of 
Amsriesn and ►'.ireiun rntelUa Aiiiircss tor 
psiisroruBoernlng initenm, 

HUM t CO., 

.17 Park Itow, Nkw York. 

Bram h.ror K A 7lh, WaahlliKtiin, i . 

OKS^kMILLIOR. 

K r« mpl«t( Uuid* to VVtdlook 
Wilh C'laj'trri on, A cnnijif tint W'oi^ 

Ulyin woiiitn, Advii-r to BridcKruoiu, 
Hu-ba)id, •11(1 Wile. Ottbact and 
Meiriiiiuiiv coiiiperid, I inpvOdiif nt* 
tu Merriair, Coi'|Uf;a; duili-a, Sririiif 

jw lit MarrUpf, I^ti of Ulvom, Ittgtl 

|ht« af iiiarrlnl W( iiirii,f tc al*o un DUcmm ot Wonao. 
:hf r cr.m and Cure. A CCDfldentlal work ul 980 
fMWbVttk full rials Kniravliisi, fui ftO ettili. * 'Th« 
HrivatfMlKlkMll AOVl«er," oniht multmf im- 
PUtt MMmlloaf, Jtc, alw on the frnH hablli uffoath 
IMOMrtMloiilfttr llt . f»uiln|t Varicoctlr. S«nilul 
E»iilMt«M,VtrvMfl drbllltr. ul S'Xunl I'uwrr, etc. 
MuliifMrvliirt inpionr unhu'pr, glrini m»t\y tmlu- 
•bis rwnpli |br ih# ~ ' 
59 plain, iOe^rtt. 
If RDhood aii4 W 

ThiTwmttlii eoo 

i^J^ ncnrthlBf on the |fMW(« ustMR that U worth 

1 A 'S*"!. "* r!f"tillr •"••ti«l wttkiial aliatiir.l 
A4dreMi Dr. BuHt' pilpmiary. No. IS Monk Slk%. 



Otui 7er Bum- 

rT.ouisvillc Utidical Scwi.l 

X veneiable patient a retired 
fuundrynmii, tells us that during,' his 
apprenliceliood to a shi/il.iiMi'r ni 
I'hiladeljihia he became acnuaiulcil 
with a never-failing remedy fur bnms 
and scalds,, and that in liis subsequent 
foundry li'e he saw ipnaimrable such 
injuries relieved of pain and healed as 
if by magic by powdered chaic ibI. 
The Suiter il is the better, and that 
from pine wootl it the best.. It is to 
be thickly sprinkled over the 'burned 
or scalded surface as soon as possible, 
and ruiMtwed as it becomes moist or 
irops off. The same patient states 
that in the shipyard ami in his funu- 
iliy fir balsam proved a most sontbing 
and rapidly euralive iliessing for abra- 
sions and cuts. The hurts heal with 
luarvelong expedition, and snppura- 
I ion, erysipelas, Ac, are always pre- 
vented, he says. The balsam ahnuld 
be Bpreail thickly over the wound. No 
doubt the disciples of antiseptic sur- 
gery would attribute the good results 
of this dressing to the disinfectant 
ppwer of the balsam, but the secret ol 
its eflieacy lies, no doubt, in its exclu- 
sion uf ( ne atiiiiisphere from the Wound. 
Nature einlesvors to keep out the air 
liom wounds \iy means of a film oi 
lymph or pus or a scab, and inedille 
Biinic man thwarts iiatme by lVei|ueiii- 
ly "cleansing" tlie lurt by water, f.r, 
worse still, soap aiiu watei. 'f he Iml- 
sain protects tlie sore frnin air and wa- 
ter, and natiiiv, un listructcd, tlues 
her healing work i;i{ii l|y and well. 



.Parasol making is a source of 
wealth lu ihc Feeiich nalioii. The 
business embraces also umbrellas and 
walking slicks, and realizes an anual 
sum of more than 6,(XX),UUU of iraius, 
llie tenth part being ilerived fraiii ex- 
ports, principally to thu United 
Status. In this industry v/uuiaii's 
work is predoiniiiatii ; iliiis thu fe- 
male alalf nuniliers truiii li.CMK) tu 
7,(X)0ata rcmunerution ui two Iraiics 
to three fhincs pur day, while the male 
portion, nnmberiiijjf 4,000, receive 
from tour friiiices to twelAe IViincs. 
i'lovincial towns liiriiisb the sled 
t'rninos, and sticks ot various woods 
from France. Africa, (iiiiana ami In- 
dia, as well as handles nun in lioui, 
whalebone, ivory, tortoise sliidl, 
china, glass and stones, real or arii- 
tielal. The covering labrlcs coiisisi 
ot cotton, alpai a, liille. moire and 
sniiii, Ihc best kinds being made up 
especially In Paris. A most elegant 
parasol exhibited at the Kxpnsltiuii 
was valued at jC4(K), and hnd a cover- 
ing of point a I'ltlgnille niid a handle 
incrusted with gold, lapis lazuli and 
diamonds. The next in price was 
£115, and was made of yellow silk 
veiled tvilh point ti'Alecon ; gold and 
coral ornamented the handle. Three 
others were valued nt £80encb. Uiie 
in flounced point n I'alguille dis- 
played a gllltcring decoration ofjns' 
per and gold ; jade, gold and ruby 
were used in the embclishment vf 
ilie second in delicate while silk ani) 
point d'Anglelerro, while the third 
of most lady-IIko simplicity, wllh _ 
green covering lined and piped with 
white, der-vc(i all ils ciistliness from 
lliroe rings of diamonds and pearls 
encircling the obouy handle. A pret- 
ty parasol exhibited was of Crnuu 
allk, with a while lining and a coni 
edging, and a hoop of diamonds nnd 
pearls sparkling on the handle. In 
iaci, jewels, gold and lace' seem lo be 
tlic choice ofiieailyall iiianufacliir- 
crs and, save a difference in color, 
very little Ttrieiv Is discernible. A 
white lace pnrasol hod a plain Ivory 
lianille. tinished with a coral knob 
mill ring, both siirrniindcd with brill 
iaiils. Another wliiteoiie hadacoral 
handle anil the adoriinieiil diamond 
circles nionntiMl in gold. Coral gold 
and fringe imparl a rich originality 
to Bonio of the plainer sunshade*, 
with quaint handles Of Dresden and' 
filen china. 

Tlit'se splendid exliibita were proofs 
oflhchelglit towhii'li the trailc lias 
attained ; but their Tabulous price unt 
ihein beyloiid (he reach of i)ie general 
public. The same |dniwbaek atten- 
ded one of the loveliest, but, alas! 
most ephemeral creations of the en- 
tire show— a covering ( f w.iite mara- 
bout, with inserts' wIiil's flashing 
from the downy bed, nnd shown wll.i 
a bonnet to match. Italian open 
work straw makes charming and nn- 
comnioii sunshade poveriiigs, moun- 
ted on while and black sniin. mnnv 
of which were seen at tlie Exposi- 
tion .—[ Cwt^wirw^ 

liemi of Intmit. 

Artist-tick— Trusting theJScnIptor. 

For thin peojde — Plmnb pudding. 

The day aftcj  washing is one ol 
sad irony. 

Bavard Tavlor's life was insured 
for 110,000. 

Sleight of hand — Bufasiog a mar- 
liage proposal. 

The man whlvwai kiokeil was also 

'-taken*io boot.'" 

Something a man never keeps and 
yet never sells— bis diarv. 



Ml nioiiniing tn 
black ribbons 



I'hila- 
in the 



Hard Times- 




St. UaK,ll 



la Ik* ttjmliX~ilSlt Trm, f 



fm i iJiiM^M mi 

TOBACCO 



Times are hard. i'.very one savs 
so. Tiiey hiiiil to last vear, lliey said 
so live years ago, they said ten, 
twenty, thirty years ago, in tiict we 
never knew the time when the pub- 
lic failed lu vole unanimously thai 
Ihe times were hurd. 11 yuu ask uur 
iiicrchuiits they will tell yuu they sell 
lew goods on ciedil. Il you go into 
ihe cuuiilry yuu will sue'uribs lull ul 
curn and UelUt ot cotton. You there 
see industry unsurpassed by any 
country in Iho world. You tind the 
most iioproved itiaeliinery lorginiiiiig 
culluii, and il us cuinniun to hear llie 
sleiiin engine whistle in the country 
us in the town. You see young men 
whoso fathers and mothers went to 
meeting horseback, now dash up to 
the meeting house in a red buggy 
with his sweetheart by his side, with 
a lied back dress and kid gloves. The 
most casual observer will tell you 
that Ihe slock ot the country was nov- 
el iu better coiidiiioii and Ihnt there 
arc liner horses, bigger and fatter 
mules, and mure ilertshire hogs lu 
the couiiliy than were, ever known 
befoi'e. In tlie country you see resi- 
dences built on Ihe modern stvie 
with modern conveniences. iVe 
know of bouse* erected in the ooun- 
tr}- superior to manyand e inal to any 
in town. Fanners are niaklnu mon- 
ey gradually, slowly but surelv, and 
we are sure that this reaction, all 
things considered, has grown in 
wenlib and is betlor off to-day than 
ever. The^itila towns may suffer, 
out the county It getting wealthier 
dully.- -[Ex. 



Gentleman 
lelphia wear 
liuiliinliolo. 

He who wonld rise in the world, 
says Josh Billinge, mut pa; for the 

yeast. 

Califoruia hts a profitable and 
growinff ebeeee trade with China, 
Australia ami Soqtk Amarica. , 

A week-old baby, if allowed tn live 

to its second ohiidhood, will end in 
becoming a weak old lunn. 

or all whocome Into oursaDCtnin 

UeacrTiot the title ot bora 
(There's ao oUier wajr wa caB raak 'en) 

It Is he who ae'sraliats Um Oeer. 

Fencing has almost ceaseil to be an 

accomplishment among the young 
men Boon it may be sai l that in 
the bright lexicon of youth there's 
no such word oi foil. 

"Marriage," says a cynic, is like 
putting your hand into a bag contain- 
ing ninety-nine snakes and one eel. 
You may get the eel, but the chances 
arc against yon." 

The wise man on going to bed on a 
cold nlglii plunges his feet to the 
liiittoin anil has but nne spot to warm, 
riie Inolisli niau draws his knees up 
to his chin and exteinU his feet grad- 
ually, feeling all night as it he had 
tjiken a contract to welt down the 
corner of an icel)erg. 

When the sea-shell is held np to 
the ear there is a pecniiar vibratory 
uiiiM', which the eliildren nssnie each 
other is the roar ol the sei, however 
distant tliey may be Irom It. Phil 
osopliically investigated, the vieculiar 
sound thus recngniiied is a phenomenon 
that has puxsied scholars for a long 
time. The experiment is easily made 
by simply presenting a spiral shell 
over the carebra of either ear; the 
sound is very much like that of a far- 
off cataract. Now, what causes it? 
Every muscle iu the body is always 
in the state ot tension. Home are 
more on Ihc stretch than others, and 
particularly those of the finger. It is 
conceded that tliu vibrations of the 
libers iu those hngers being communi- 
cated to the shell, it propagates and 
intensities them, .is the hollow body 
of a violin does the vibrations of its 
striiigs, and thus the acoustic nerve 
receives the sonorous expressions. 
Muscle* of the legs below the knee are 
said to vibrate in the same way, and 
if conducted to the aar produce tbe 
same tekults. 



Newtjapm u Tnt Books. 

ll'hil;iilrl|phiii Tiin.-s ] 

NewspsDers are being extensively 
used in initNy of the publin schools ol 
the west iu place of books forreadlnir 
lessons. The wisdom uf this course is 
appRrrnt. Much more is lo be learned 
from one good newspaper than from 
hall dozen ordinary school readers 
and a well edited paper is quite as 
irustwortliy in Ihe matter of good 
Knglisli ; it is flill of contemporane- 
ous history, oriiilelligrnt discussion 
and nifords a picture of the world, a 
study of which is nearly as beneficial 
as experience of it. A (iieat deal 
about everything can bo found in an 
enierpriain'g journal, and the sludeni 
that earefnily reads day by dny, will 
liiiil himself better capable of uniler- 
standing Ibo exactions of the world 
into which he is about lo be thrown 
an4or6ghting bis battles than if he 
followed loo exclusively the pages ot 
ancient history. The 'newsps|)er is 
the ednrntairnf onr day, but for all 
that there must be n cnre about 
iiewsiiapers ; tbey are not all a'ike, 
and a great innny ol them would not 
be desirable in a school room. 



All tutfShtm. 

The world t* eraay for show. 
There Is ]ierhap* not one Inn lhou  
sand who dares fall back on bis real, 
simple self for power to carry hini 
through the world and extract enjoy- 
ment as be goes along. There is no 
end to the apeing, the mimicry, Ihe 
false air and the snperlicial arts. It 
requires rare conrsge. we admit, to 
lire np to one's enlightened convic- 
tions at these days, irnlcss you eon- 
sent lo join the general cheat there 
is no room for you smont; the great 
mob of pretenders. If a man desires 
to lire vidlhiii bis means, and is res- 
olute in his purpose not to appear 
more than bo realiy is let him be ap- 
plauded, Tbrieis something fi-esh ami 
invigorating in such an cxainiile, nnd 
we would honor and npliold snrh a 
man with all Ihe energy in onr power. 
A true man or woman Is not afraid to 
wear a faded garment oran unfashio- 
nable hat ; it i« true mnnil courage. 

Power of Latin- 
It is an olf-spoken whim of the 
cynics— and possibly somaibiiig more 
—than the doctors give their ure- 
scription* iu Latin so M to afl'urd 
their ingorant patients the beaeill ofa 
little iiiiaglnaiiun, Unlut /lanljlcuf 
sounds a good deal more inipurtani 
than "bread pill.". Some years agu, 
iu a Itliode Island L,egislature, a 
member moved to translate all the 
Latin phrases in the statutes, so that 
lliei onimon people could uiiderslanil 
Ihem. Mr. L'pdike tuuk the groiiml 
that it was no advantage tu have the 
people understand the laws. He 
said they ware not afhdd or anything 
they onderetood; that It was the 
Latin words they were afraid of^ and 
proceeded tv illustrate his position a  I 
ollows: "Mr. Speaker, there was a 
man in tsoutli Kingstown about i 
twenty years ago who was s perfect 
nuisance, and nobody knew how to I 
get rid of him. One da£^ was 
hoeing com, and he saw the sberill 
coming with a paper and asked what 
it was. Now, if he had told him il 
wa* a writ, what « iulil he have 
cared? But he lobi hiiu il was n 
cfi^'nt $nli^faei«itdtu», artd the man 
droppeil bis hoe and ran, and ha* not 
been heard of slnee," 



-.'•Kicry man should provide liber- 
ally lor his taniily," said Mr. Smith. 
.,Kver since my iiiurriagc 1 have kept 
my wile provided wiih a sewing ma- 
chine, surmounted by a tine mirror." 
■What is the mirror tor?" iuqnired 
tt pai-ty present "Well," said the or- 
acle, "i tell her when she gets so lar.y 
that she can't run the machine, the 
can sit still and see hetMir starve to 
death." 

Boy it in Cans. 

Dr. Price's ('ream llaking Powder 
should be bought only iu cans, se- 
curely labelled, aa It it sold by the 

froprlelors tn other way. I,oose 
'owder Is often sold as Dr. Price's, 
when il is not. It has stood the test 
of chemical analysis, nnd is decided 
to be the most perfect made. 

' VniFRe'^Ter Retira''. 

Tliis Klrl wAfi Rtnnilfnir »t the fmitt iloor 
|ialc. •-xi lUMi mill atiiMMt iuotlniil«i H Tlw 
nliflit HAit ttnrk ninl gitmiuy, rniii nai |H nriDf 
ilttwn III torn-iitri, ttittiKtvrs riiHwl ami lijcht- 
niiigii fl;i»hi' l. vft nho ■t4MMl (tforitiK tlintiit;)) 
tlip iliirkner N. ' "Will hf  nuvor return," .-lie 
itijchiHl. Hit lioAtt wa* St'nvrniHl lit*r tliuiixlitH 
wcrf 4ir her luotluTt who lay iu ■ rHiin clunu 
liv. iirtiAtrntL'tl with a ihn»iiic fviiialv eiuii- 
|iiuiiit ami had hwn di'H|iairt'it o( hy all. Souu  
(Mu  saiil that Kngllbh Kv-ii):ili  ltl(UT» WMiihl 
i itri' lit r iiioilier. rimI thiit ffirl liiiil  liit|mtclit* 1 
^Hiii- iiin' ii  till.' tlruj( stort* fttr a 1k»HU' It 
canir. Iii-r iiii)Mii.T iir iMl It, ami a rnpitl «uri  
wan fh« n'xntt. That girl l« irortb luiirrylnit. 
All firkly fftiialiMf, iimrrkMl or alufte, can he 
cunnl by u *iHg th« aamc mcUicinv. 



1879 



THE-" IT 



II 



B iilr}\ Siilinc Apfricnt. 

WliHt i.'4 ilr H i!* A iiiiM, ))I(-Hi*:inl ami t|e- 
litthlful piiriri(iiv  . uliit h ^pArtli'ti iiint i-fTt-r- 
vCM-eKluMt Itkr liixla ttntiT. It !■ riimlnir iii  * 
exti'nith'c tiiH  iiiii-iii}r nil rianai't. H'hu Iiam- U - 
c -mv tlrtil Hi niiis. it actx luiMly u|Min Ihv 
b iw«l«. h iiMiihiK •ind rt'Tmhlnir, rvlkvlsff 
bcailftchi'. n.-i l Nt iiuu«-h, h -nrthiirH, iMllfM* 
tiun. ronitli^tutiiiii. I'll'. It iiirlgnnil«A Uip 
wvr\ ami dcpn'hscil, -.'lla^ ,* fevar. iimimtttM 
hvnllhfid |H*rit|)tr«ii in, rcRiilAt'-'' Ihr fluM »t 
Idli', niittjtati'K Iht' itn'i;;» of rh MMunhi tu. ami 
kfi'lin thf hruin rtHil iiiid eli'nr. Kt r Iht* tlyit. 
j f)itfc rhciiiiKiiii- and ftu\it\ U )ih« a wotid'tr- 
fttt sotithhift i'lTtx-i. It iM n nhiti- powdur. ami 
it I" Kill) tK i.(-  «iiry tu i».nirn Utile water on 
« i;iUlc : )MMiiirul aihl takf ai *oila wntvr. 



LEADINfi |{KI r»I,li'AN I'APKU 
IN THE SOtTll. 

Tilt: LiiiitHvilletViiamsialBl Is now atmillo 
uutur ii|ion itatontll year. II will silvu- 
cate in future, sa It has In tbn iiast. tliu eanll- 
nal RupuMlcaa ilontrluiis: oqiialruhu uiuler 
th« law to aU men; ileTotlon totEonDiunul 
tlnHtstea; the honorablu illathargce uf all na- 
tional olillitntliins; tlie jrrowth of frlenill.v (e«i- 
liinaniiiti,rtlie iiuu|iK-uf uiisei tiuiia. 

Tile l ttlti CouiiiiorulHitiaMthi'fuP loteirrniih- 
lo ,lis|iah'he  iif the Asaot-iatvil I^km,' ami 
kItci a • omplaui mcord ol ourrvnt OTunU. 

Tho Weekly Coinmomlal la a Urge nin  - 
oolumn |. atH)r, with few ailvertisemuiiia. en- 
UMlsily wlitcil toroaka itscu  |iiiililo aa a tam- 
Ilv DoiripaiHtr The tenna Riven lielow show 
lira Cumiuomsl to li«. In both eilllioua, Ihg 

CHCAPK8T I'APKR I.V TIi£ WUT ! 



TVMUS'.-Dtiily CommeretaU 



Om year, by nanil, |» t|HiU. . . 

aixiuonlhs... . 
Thrwmuiillis.. 
One uonUi . 



|S*t 

. 400 

..tu 



Wecklji Comwuniiil. 

On« copy, oao year, iioatpiilil. . t   t  

Ten rallies || w 

Twenty riiplea t(i (W 

All siilifii-ri|itloiis pavatile iitrl* tlv tiiailvnie 
— reinll liy |hmis| ontcr, rT(l h'ri "I leitar, lirall 
cbiNikof aiipr«i4,lres «| sxpenH.' to its, Ait 
ilrsaa all commiahatloaa asd laaks ciMClia 
a«,,|i«yslilet« . 

Tmb Uoxmbbcial Compan -; 

Louisville, Ky. 



« »o3S-2h- ti 



• My .Iriir •Ir."  :il I .1 |i. I.-, f, rlili- ami emai-- 
i.-lti"t ^-ilileiii 111. -I mil ;i i.-iii w.ini nut with 

'-lilllii. aihl i-aii (IimI nil'. IiMi fcvble 1.1 

» iirk, niy atwuiat h i» irritable. i|iiinlitf i4t» 
llie anuj.arKniEblMlaaw, awl I nni in.. 
INMr to rraMln till*. I lasm, air, that tiicn- 1- 
a rvMMl) lllBi lioea not ronlain uiilnliie, that 
is plesaant, n^inlr,.* no ntlier me lirin i«, anil 
uiakM pniulpt ami perniiim-tit rurt-H." -Vei*. 
iiir,'* rspliMl thu lirujcgii-t -t have the ver\ 
iirtlclrallwM In. it la Day'n Kgm Tunic, 
i mt It b masMerwl the Ileal rameity briiin. 
ihepiiMlellirtheearourall forma orrhllts." 



©0 J w 

OgpS 



  «» s ^   2 



tJray's SptH'iflc 

raaot mark. 




•Mwllclne. 

TRAOC US salt. 




But JuBt to Say 

It Is but Just to say that Ihe firm o: 
Steele & Price were Ihe first lo plaw 
In Ihe m.,rket articles for t-uliiiar} 
purposes that are strictly pure ani' 
wholcsoiiip. Their Dr. l'r\ei "« CreaBi 
Baking PonVier lias ob »iiir«l its pop 
nlarily and extended sale by the pu- 
rity of the malerial*. 



A OhMpud VNfU Ftptr in ca 
Boji and Qivls. 

One of the liauilsonicst lind lie.st pn 
pers for lioys ami (Jirls is piiblishen 
at Topeka, Kansas, by Hinlsun A 
Gwing. It is a 16 page jiaper, sen. 
monthly, postage paid, for uO cent- 
per via-. It i* now in its lift h year 
and every number i* filled with pore 
ttntertaining ami (AstrnettTe i«adinc 
Parents neeid not hesitate to place thi- 
jiiurnal in their families. The pub 
liahers offer to lend a viiinide copy fo 
-xaminatioii. in e. 



Wliere is "part* unknown yniks a 
corrcs|)ondeiit of tlia Danbury News. 
To whioh Bailey answer^ "Where 
ili  v don't ddverliio." And IJwugh 
Bailey due* say il, this i* uo joke. 



The Nashville Amehican har 
thoroughly established itself as the 
truest and best ol Newspaper publi- 
cation iu the Southern section o  
the Union. It* aewd* always the 
freshest and moet entertaining that is 
to be obtained, and its editbrini col- 
iiinns are Just to opponents, nnd se- 
vere to laisc friends. It never dic- 
tates, but warns. While it is fair in 
discussion, it is positive in its views ; 
and by IHeiid and foei* etteemeil 
•rne to it* oonvieiloii*. Dy It* un- 
sweirring attaphincnt t( iho rlgtiUand 
inierett* of the people, it hai be- 
come a power in Tciiiie«see which no 
other journal ever al lained ; and Its 
influence is only surpassed by its 
popnlariiy,not only In Tennessee, but 
in all adjoining Slates. 

The readers of the KKNTr('KiA\ 
will also find that the miseelhineoiis 
columns of the American enibraeo nil 
 .l at is iiileienin^ and iiseliil, iu the 
var\i,ns fields of human oiilorprise; 
and it can be safely commended, as a 
most excHieut nnd valuable paper 
in Ihc bousehotd, the work-shop, the 
store-house, Hiid to all periuii* in er- 
ery vocation. 

The weekly edition Is of innm- 
moth proportions, being 13 pages, of 
72 columns— and from two to tbtee 
times as large ns any of Ihe foreign 
weeklies that are offered at less price. 
Ifynu want the bn f. send for the 
American, which prints three editions 
—Daily, Semi-weekly and Weekly, 
inecinien copies of which will be sent 
on application, free of charge. 

The terms nrc — per annnni, in ad- 
vance— Dailv, llO.fiO; Semi-weeklv 
H'iO; Weeklv. »3.00, poUage paid. 
Address TIIK AMERICAN, 
Nashville, Tcnn. 



Oompenaation. 



, that 



I think, says an old baehel 
every hiisbandj^shonld sec that hi 
wif. has enough spending niniiey. / 
servant wiio, though she work hmd. 
has none of the cares of the household 
on her mind, receives a certain amount 
of money for service, but many wives 
and daughters have very little change 
which they dare call their own. In 
this generous, or even in»t? I think 
not. The dull and tiresome routine 
of work in the house wears on the 
spirits as w ;ll as the mntoles, 
end some mbstantial ej^uragepient 
sliouKi b« shtiWQ to tin overworked 
woman. 



n uutsr 
Its cnn* fur 
Nrmlnat Weak- 
mw. Siiviiiia- 
tiirrhra. iin|io- 
*inry. anil all 
lii-t-anei. tlinl 
fiilluiv. ii. .1 
StWe lakiogiiueliee  if Setf- 

^.\huac:a« Loai. ^ 
•itMemery, rnlrennil I.aaalliiile, l aln In il r 
Hack. Ilininuas ut Vl.^iiiti, Prviiialure nbl aire 
mil many olhi-r DiM-arMi thai lca.i  a Inaanl- 
t V nr I nnaantption an*! a Prematura tJrave. 

MrFntl panirulara lu mir iiainphlrl, 
iThli U 1*1- ileiiin- In ^eiel fre^ liv mail tn even 
nne. |fesr- l lie .pe. ifl,- Me Hi Im- i. -nlil hi 
;ill ilrii^.-tfi-t-' nt II iier parkiiire, or »i\ park- 
.ifeafurli, ur Hill Im- neiit (n-e hv mat] nu 
rsceiut of Uid name hv «il«lrv«ainr 

TIIK(fR.\YIIKI UI.SK o.. 
No. IS Hethanica- Block, IIITSoiT, Mica. 
■tf-!*oM la llopklaaTlll* by all  lnt((lai. 
.viWur l^ler, Uvlsvlllt^wlialsMils Agnal. 

FREE! FREE! 

W« want EVKtlY 

BOY o^R GIRL, 

Parent, sehoul Tea«-her, or other nerann, lo 
seml hU nr hcraiMreesMa matsl earU 




8C0 r- C5 

  e C 

sis im 



k.' • o   ^ 



NEW TIME TABLE. 



A BRAN NSS W, 



-IS THii 



South Eentuckian, 



-EDiTiiD by: 



WU08B AIM AND INTENTIUN WILL UB TO 



■|!Sl..- 



SOPPLT VSB WAiraS OF 



IN TUK WAY or 



Interesting and InstnicUve 

' NEWS. 



TstiKS ati.Mi »urTnsa r, 

-| — JTT 



orltritvrM^ 

lAHHieiPTaiiinmm 



lis 



8*»Uon*. 

Sraisrillr, dtniiru . 
entWrm^ *rHv« . . 
Hebnw, irrl*« . ... 
sUtiybUrwIllr. arrive 
Mft ti« iit iir«\ ■rrlvo 
KArlitiK'li*, iirrivv 
Xori.iiu illf, iirrtvr 
t rtifi .n. mrtvi" 
llt l kiii« -illr. ni rl\ (' 
rrntltruLc* irrivt) 

Trrntttn.iirrUe 

leuthrlv, arrlre 
( Lilnr lllll. arrfve 
Hpriiitirtt'M. KrrlTa, 

t;rriM l rii-T. itrrllfl 

linki-r'n. nrrivr . 

Ktlin.'ilel'lJuuc'D «rrlrfl 



\lireu. 



H U a. m.i il isi |i. m. 

10 Wa. ni.jll m p. m. 

11 It*. III. li IS a. la. 
II «la. m.'lt II a.m. 
II II a. in.| I IS a 
II sap. 01. 
II Slip. m. 



IF you WlJSll TOMAKE 

AN IMVBSTMBNT 



Thrt eoti* yea Inl little and v«* thai ii^indispeusihle snb^rtibe tor.tlia 



HO.^IK CO,?IPA!VIOi% 

''• ' "11- /triatil,.-l. lli-MtanilLbt-tiiH-Kt \alinr 

Mill' p.ipiT- iiiilill.lii-il III Ihe norlil.' In - 
.nen»e i in ulalliin. Kv t) •ulix-rllirr ifeln   
I'femluin Spleiullii l reiiiiiiiiiii for I lob 
-4«ntl at once. 

Umolawl. Uhki 



Cherry Pectoral 




and OonaoawNea. 



The repnuuion 11 hai sitaintd, in coDNqoeBes or 
Iho marreUoaa eorsa It hai prodace-l durlat Um 
laallMare*ataijr,lsaselklsalss«iirnaas lo ike 
pahOothatU .neoaHanttor.-alliaUiskapplsst 
itseKsUistcsaliedsslrsd. lashMstevsry 
ssettoB or countiT Umts sr« {wrsoas, feUMIr 
kBomiiWho hare bcsa miond Itan slsrwilngsaa 
OTsa ileaperale illaos i oa ot Um lungs, l r Its ns*. 
Ail whohaTC Iricil lt,aekiioiirleitj;c l!siu|i«riaiil]r; 
aad where iu vtrluoa are itnown, no one hcaitatSS 
as 10 what nirilicloe to employ lo relieve the dli- 
treM anil aiiffurini; peculiar to pulnioiiary nffee- 
Uoni, C'HSRRT FaiTORAi always alTorda in- 
slses sMai; sad pssfttw rap' 1 saiss of Um 
■aitrvail«ll*sorbiaMlMiUso«6sr,saw*ll ss 
«w M* Mnaldabto «sa*sss sf thsJaois. 

AsasalS«asidledilMMi,«BridNM4iatfsss. 
In( dlMoaei whkh beset Ik* Hirost sad Ckut ot 
Ckadhood, It la inTaluaUSj Ibr, by Its UnMl; ass, 
nulilludea are roscned sad retlored to haalUi. 

Thii niediciDe KSina Maada nt tTciy trial, aa 
the cnrta It la conilantl; producing are loo rc- 
niarkabl* to bs Ibrgouen. No ftmUjrabonld bo 
wiUiout II, asd ttiOM who bar* ooceuaed tt 
aoTSiwUI. 

a si h isa t Phjrslolans Uuontbont tk* eoiwtrjr 
pi«Milb*lt,aadClwgyawa oftaa nooBuasBdll 
(tea Iksir kaowlsdi* or its sfSela. 

rasrARCo bt 

Dr. J. C. AVER dt CO., Lowell, Mass., 

Prikcllcal and Analjlleal Cliomlals, 

•otu BV ALL oiitaatT™ rrcji.'wiuEBE. 



NATIONAL STANDARD. 



uoisu s.iRTHWtar. 
"siailona. 



SiA.hrilli-, ilei.art* 
l lirtiflt lil. arrive 
K.t{r«neht June's arrive 
naki-r*.. arrive 
lirrenbricr. nrrlre 
-^prinicAriit, arrive 
• nlar llni,arrl«a . . 
ttnUirle, arrlvo . . 
Trenton, arrive 
I'reuiliriiVi', arrive .. 
Ilnpkin.vitte, arrive 
I'mftoo. arrive , . 
Ntirtiinviite. arrive 
KarlliiKtiin. arrive 
M.'i'li" ini nil', iirri.e 
'Is.iKlil.T.rilli-. llrrllT 

lli'ii lrr. )ii. .-.rrivr 
lAaanrille. arrive . , 




S SOa 

S 11 .1, 111. 
• It a. ni. 
a XT a. in. 
s u a. m. 
Is II a. ni. 

10 Ma. in. 

11 m a. Ill 

II H n. Ill 
II aia. in. 
Mtip.ai. 
It orii.m. 

I Mp.«i. 

1 U II. m. 

t 9n |,, ni. 

i 47 p. tn. 

I SI p. M. 

ssejjV 



« y 
|0 iw |.. in 
In II |i. m. 

10 11 p. III. 

11 M p. ni. 
II It p. NI. 
It ns a. ni. 
II » a. in 
11 1.V a in. 

I lAa. m. 
I Ua.M. 
t Sha. m. 
son a. I*. 
3 II a. m. 
Siea.m. 
IWa m. 
t Ils. m. 
r«»a. SI. 



.\il Iraliin are ran ilauv. 

I.illiiiaii Mn-plniiura rns tkrmiitk hftwos* 
Na.huile and IxMlsvlJtooa Iralos Xm. | a* l 
t ami iH-iHven Xaakflll* SMI «. Laala on 
Iraiuf Nil*. 3 anil 1. 



COITLENSSB THU TABLI. 



UniriUe & N^rlli: & Creat otto 
RAILROAD Lm. 



noise aorrn. 



SMIMlia. 


Nu 1. 


.\n.a.B 


(inUifle, dspait 

CUrkavlllo. arrive . 
Tenneaaee River, arrirr 
rnrla, arrlre . 
MrKenxie, nrrlre 

Milan, arrive 

llumbolitl.srrlTe 

Bmwsavtlls, arrira 

Mempkla/ arrtf* 


^ Pi p. Ill 

II I.', e. Ill 

S no p. 111. 

V Hi p. ni. 

10 II p. m. 

11 40 |.. ni. 

li »a.M. 
1 lfa.Sk 
• •ia.ai. 


; I" n. Ill- 
T ir 11. Hi- 
ll rw a. nr 
tu ;i.'  n. nr 
una III' 
It lu p. ni- 
it M p. m. 
1 i*p.si. 
4 l*p.M. 


•uiaaioata. 


Maiiwu. t 


_! o.t 


No. 4^ 


Uaikrle,d«iNiri 
ReaMllrills, arriie 
Rowling (iieen, arrlre . 
tltniiirnw.lnnrllnii arrlre 

Cave l itv, arrive 

KIlAaliriiitown, arrive . 
iicliannn Jimo'n, arrira. 
Cincinnati Jane, srrlv*. 
Uitilavllioi arrifs , 


t tta. in 

10 M a. m. 

11 10 a. 111. 
II OS p. m. 
It i: p. m. 

1 4S 11. m. 
S IS p. m. 


0 OH p. in. 

» IS ||. III. 
II 1(1 1 . tu. 
It or, II. III. 
I] 3s a. n. 

1 Ma.m. 
JMs.m. 

IMS. IB. 


Mm Falaee Cm 


fitk 


i Qiup 







-sstavMBatwaaii- 



Louisville and New OrleanB, 

Via SlUan, OB trains Xoa.   anil 3. 

Louisville & Little Rock 



Peterson's Magaiine for March is 
an unusually brilliant nne. It oficns 
with ft spirited illustintion, engraved 
on sled' "Let .Mc Catch You, Yon 
Young Rogues." This is followed by 
a (limble-sizc c.ilnieil fashion plate, 
wliieli i,^ ;iltiigetlier the iiioBt lieauliful 
we have ever seen. Tlicti eonies a 
double-size pattern for a tidy, on .lavs 
Canvas, printed in the appropriate 
colors. 'Itien a charming engraving, 
illustrating a powerfully written story, 
"My Evening ^tar." Then obotit 
fifty other engravings, illustrating tii* 
latest fashions, psttems for the Work- 
Table, etc. The stories in this num- 
ber aie even belter thtn ninal, and 
they are always remarkably goocl in 
'•relerson." 




Via Memiiliia, on triilns No . 9 ami 4. 

Kor Infiirniatiiin anout .ticketa anil imtsranl 
rsitea Ui Florida, A rksnaai and Teua. ndrtrtia 
„ , — ^11. I'. ATMOKB. 

0«i |nl^Pass*ags|aMl Tlskst A|*am,*«ls 



riME TAliliE OK PADUCAII 
— AND liLl/CAllKTH TOWN. 
U. U. CO. 



Warmly Indorsed by 

llancroft, Prcacott, 

Klt;;((mono Ilsllsek, 4S?5.'w!fl't"Ir, 
N I'.WIlliB, JuhnlI.esxe. 
hi Mill Uurrlir, Daniel Woii.tur. 

Uiifui Cliuatu, II. Uolerldgu, 

I'iiunrt, Horace Mann. 

More than rirrv Cnlli-ite I'reni.ki.ta, 
Ami the Ik-kI 
Anierirnii ami Rimipern .Sehiiliir .. 
5tnri' than .1»,(MW rnni,., have been plneed 
in tlip imlilli- jclrmlii III the tJniteil Miitua. 

Iteroiiiiiienileil li.v -M stnio Hu|K-rliiteiiilenls 
nt .si'.IiouIh nuii more than .10 Cnlleitr Prcsi- 

llOlltH. 

The sale of Waliator's lllrtlonnriej. la HO 
linieii as great aa the sale of any other aerlla 
of Dietlnnarlea. 

"Augnat 4, isri. 'I'he niutioosrr uaeit In Mio 
".o'onimtnl t'rtatlaf Omo* Is WebaMr'a U«. 
nlirWgod." 

liirnotrlghlly elBleisd thstWisSTia Is 

THB NATIONAL STANDARD. 

artltfiS"*^ * """'"AM, sprlBg- 



/n Kffcci Siinddii, July Inl, 1878. 

Leave llopkin.sville llKOa. m. 

An rivc at I'ailuch 8 65 p. m, 

" " Owensboro... 

" "j!;.'I\)wn 6 5.5 p.m. 

" ••Louisville. ,. 8 05 p. in. 

Hon HOWtlllSVILLa. 

Leave Louiivill ' 6 40 a. m 

" E.Town 7 86*. in. 

" Oweniboro. . . . . . 

" Padiieah i» 10 a. m. 

Arrive at Hopkinaville . . 2 00 p. ra. 

An Kxpre** train make* close con- 
neotlCis between Cecilia and Louis- 
ville. Trains run dnilv. 

Prom and after Nov. 11th Passen- 
ger Tra ns on this road will bo inn 
daily except Sunday. 

B. H. q.MlKTY, 
Oeneial- Manager. 



PRESCRIPTION FREE! 

For Ihe Mfti-nW ( Air.- m si-ntiniU W»«knw,Tosi 
Maiibouif iihduU tiiMunWni broagbt on by IdiIIiI' 



FOR TWELVE MONTHS, 

aa4 Mke lite lamily h»\ pf at Wait Me* a week. 



ATTACHfCO TO OUR NKW8PAPER tHiTlCB It A 

Job Department 

WHICH 18 NEVKK LAt ill.NU IX 

Hatsriai ^ Wortae&, 



AND WE BAY, WITHOUT FEAB OK.BEINU UOMTRAOIOTIJI, 



THAT WE OANKOT BE 



Surpassed in Prices 



Our facilUies are suqIi (hat we can print any- 
thing from a Poster to a Visiting Card, 
including ' 




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The South Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky.), 1879-02-18

4 pages, edition 01

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   Christian County (The Pennyrile Region)