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Vi'E UltrZLLE, Editor.-.
v;u uu hi mrxrv, ky
that night, soirc party whi.i not known, wrnt
to the rcMencnatr. J. B: Uanwoody and en-leavorcdtto-oall
him up. Failing to arouse the
Dfetnr; he awoVa a nrgro on the premiaes and
told, bun to to awaken the Doctor and tell htm
Uafc h wanted to. ire him on important bust
net. The ne-ro obeyed! and when the Doctor
mm nut in.theysrabewa ihnt down and till
ed.. 7 be arsawn. made bif crtape without be
Gr THE VEEK.
V aiit-Jiy." y ,.1U. .
ttaa, IlL, v .teii..-, .IfetroteU
i of proper' ,
-".in- rbipjrd from Utah
f jit i't j tar.
rVh.. at rMiaiinon, Mi, Bicbanl
f 11V, tin taocbiMrcn, were burned
t f Bi.bi. Putter, of Sew, York, died
eer of hir burner in Falruvutb, Va.,
as nlgbt, aged ti year.
S. Il ilmj.i, of fndi ma, formally an
maclf a caudidate fur tae U. 8 rn
mnrnmg'a Lawrencrbuig lU-giter.
n b'rlork ln night, lu Gsmblr alley,
. a eu'orrd girl named Mary Lrcbed
:ul from Ckr to ear by souie unknown
f Roaej of Terra Haute, lnd.,yester-
nrineely dunaiit-uf in educational ar
tutlont louioi In that city, ggre.,rtt
00. Potter, of Kew York. "-ai arcepUu
uhiiuiuii, -,ce id Atagauicvni
-iriUd to v.
vr, Bv. ton county, Mo.,Suaday night,
.i man rods up to lie- jail, and shot
ie wloJoar and killed a'pvtroner named
out, and mortally wvonetd another
-son, two murdcrerr, and quietly rode
rn. ., .
one hundred emigrant from Sflnlb
Jeorgia patted through Atlanta ytr
rtute for Austin, Texas. One railroad
is aold orer four hundred emigrant tiek
exaa Uorin j the won lb. and sty the in
a are that be will tell twice a many du-
derable excitement wa occasioned at
rille. Lincoln county, Teon last Satur
n content oemeen a powerful car and a
Ideal. After a bird contested struggle
ne cim oat victor, haring ruceeeded to
hi ieline antagonist. The ttght fasted
ee Julente. ni iu witnessed by r
drrd popl- Dur"g mnat'of the time
difficult matter to detef'at upon which
victory wuuld fall.
amca Ratlar. who reside with hi fa-
hn RatUree. near Atlanta. Go., ail tit-
t Uie sre wltn a tnarun acroia bUi?. 1 01 ue sxuu orer me uuur,
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TPridny, JTnn. 1, 1H73. 4
Piiuee Alfonso, cn of ex-Qucn Inabtlla, wai
yetcrday )irov'jitccd k'u.g of Fpiin by the ar
my and miniitert. Don Carloa rurcecded In
o.urJtrii'g the IlepuVlie, but be failed to gain
the crowo, man lortnne.
Ledra Roli'n. a prominent French author and
politician, u dead
Three men named Dcloney. R'chardi and Til
low, were killed by an expluilon in tie Satro
tunnel, Ualilornia, yeaterday.
Two men named Fuller and Clemmeni had a
fight at Fredriekfburt;, hay oouuty, MoM ",er
a bottle or wnuay, irrtday, wolcu ttf ad In
Clemment emptying the conteuti G a double
bat rated abotgun into the bady f I. Fuller, luor
Ully wounding him. The I '.r, before he fi ll,
completely dlaembotreled Uyer wi h a knife.
Both men died alinol' immtdiatcly.
'A man named ,oUn murdered hit wife In
Chieago, III., 't night, by slabbing her. H
left the k-e slicking in the wound and went
ont '..l gil drunk. He was arretted.
Greensboro. North Carolina, twonrToci
bare been se&tenced to death for r.no. and
the Taibwo (N. 3.) Koqnlrr r.rt; Allen
Lyoo colored, who was confined in the jail at
this place aboat six month '.go for an unsuc
cessful attempt to onl.age the person of a ne
gro woman living about eight miles from
town, wro committed on Tuesday, haring
aeeompliiibed h!s htllish purpose, in a n.ott
nraiaiana tnoexiag manner ine.nigni preri
oui, on the same individual.
On Monday the Ordinary of Elberton, Oa ,
Itaued lioenio tor tue joining togetner 01 air.
heese Gray and Mrs. tiimmons, both inmates
of the eountr ivoor-bouie. The eonple were
rerpecliroly .eighty and tlghty.fir years nf
age,a&a mendicants in erery parucuiar. so
much to that ibe bridegroom was unable to
parchue hi; license.
The city and neijUUorlioon of Montomery.AIa
wis shocked yesterday by the announcement
that Mi. BrTan E. Reynolds, aa old. respec-
and well-to do farmer Hrlog aboat 13 miles
from town on the Norman Bridge road, bad
been brutally murdered on Monday night by
aome unknown villain. When the cowardly
'murder was committed Mr- Reynolds was sits
ting at the table quiotly engaged in eating
surmer. turroundod by bu children, when the
asEaesrsr deliberately nut a double barrelled
gun through trtken pane of glass and 5r4
one shot the enarge taxing meet in tne oacx
of the bead, blowing off lb entire back por
tion of the skull, and sntteriae; the t'ngments
A Tittle son or Mr.
Of the sIxtr-MX conTiets in the Florida pen
itentiary only nine are white.
James Edwards and John Bryant who reside
in Jrffercon county, Fla., hare boen visiting
miss raiierson, a young iaay 01 ine noignoor
hood, fursome time, and, of coarse, a feelinz of
jealousy between them was the result. They
met in tne public roaa on Horseback on Tues
day, and, after a few words, each drew l:j)
pistol and commenced firing, an 5 continued
until tbeir weapons were empty. Thru, they
dismounted and fought with knives uiuil each
leu mortally wounded, votb were, shot and
Cut literally to pieces, and or.e is now dead.
B On Christmas night,atb .s-v in Brooks coim-
iy,ua.,ncarioe rionaatine, a dispute sius
between Jerry Virion and JIae Hara. The
former asked Ii other out, bat 11am mid be
wanted no difficulty, as that was not the plice
or our, whereupon Wiiaon cursed Mm. At
tcra'4S they both walked near the ga'e, and.
'ison drew a kaife and stabbed. H jm to the
heart. The wounded man w'.iked about ten
steps after being stabbed, and then fell dead.
The balanca oi tho company mitred hira, but
thought be had probably gone home. Two or
three hours affirwardt the dead body was
found by a oug man. Wilson made his es
cape. Tue fuilowing day, in the same county,
ayocoguan named ldcrman shot a Mr.
StticUand, the ball taking efloet between his
eyes. The wound was not fatal.
payment of $1 on the share. Thus control
over that 'number of shares was obtained.
Then tbe owners voted in their new board of
A Tennessee TYcddln?.
Ron but Smith callnd "Bob"
AUood Me on Jent:al B'larit
The other eeaing, in Loakville,
as dy. A womtn named Sarah Mar-
Otcmptlpg to pass Ty the muule of the
.-ew it from Kittsree's Sap. The bam
ick npon an adjacent box, exploding the
t firing off the charge of powder. Th
twas on the powder was projected with
ee agalntt the thigh as to enter and
the fimerrl artery, from which sh; JieU
several mid tot aj-t, two young men
t William Bagly, a wealthy cititrn
Uabooeble county, ra., were arrested for
-rly conduct. Yosterday they visited Co-
with the avowed intention of "cleaning
ha police. Lafayette Bagly shot Mat.
f, for .ten year the city marshal, while
endnvoring to get them out of the city,
en then attempted to etexpe, bat several
-a of the police arrired In. time lo bring
1e fugitlres down, wounding him through
k, breast sad Mjif,hSi horse being killed
him. Tea shots were fired. Murpby
undrd throigh the left Jang, and fear
srtaiced as tn the result. The wounded
ai mortally burL-the other ai captnied
Hivernor TVrmoth wr.s tcqoUud ef tie
-f murdering D. G-Byerly, editor or the
1. and diaetirrzed from Mftody. The
ceV!TTetl on Saturday, In the street on
jeta. Uji-rly attacked Warmolfa with
and the laite-rtabrd Mm with a dirk
41 boon afterwards.
a D. Porter was arrested at Kansas Citv,
'terday, ebrgd with the murder of his
few Jersey, last July.
Vx and George Alexander, two noto
raeters who committed a murder near
Id, Mo., last October, and escaped in
idlan Territory, were traced last week
gee by deteetire Yorke of Springfield,
pted tc arrest Hem.. Ia the fight that
ix and Alexander were killed and a
n desperado named Einch West mor
roJroan was hanged at OtUwa, Ohio,
, 'o- the murder of a family named
i, last April. He admitted the juliec
ounce, and exhorted those present to
i in heaven.
Mnrphy, a Scotchman and pngtliat,
ged at Carsen, Nevada, for murder. On
.Id he professed a belief in niritualiim.
altering the moat horrid Llaapbemles.
r eland, Obio, yesterday , John Johnson
enced tu imprisonment fur life for mur.
George Bandall wit sentenced to Jif-
rs in the p:nltentiary for rape-
ban TTickmac, at 6vuth Rend, IniL, was
d to-day to imp-Hsonuent for life. His
F. Andrews, a prominent youne man
'and, Ohio, aocjety, committed suicide
uing by snooting.
t a bill at Ceatcrx-i!!. Anokaaconnrt .'
ta, a light ocenrred araont s party of
aen, during whieb Fclia: llosen was kilU
e corpse was Lualed into one comer
light-hearted daaeera jiggoJ way as
ing exiraorainary naa apiKuod.
xplosion in a coal tnio near Evanston.
ng Territory, resulted in ta death of
it 6 o'clock yesterday cvenine. Thomas
I, Treasurer of Cumberland Coscty, lie.,
.ockrd doan in bis otEca, and bis sale
of between $8,000 and $10100 In" moo-
y Sherman, of Indiacspol'u, that bimseU
u last nignt.
. evening, at Uucttrilie, Ala., two mar
en, be'onging to highly respeeiable fami
amed I'ioford and White, were drunk and
aig. They got to quarrel in; over the
when Binford raised a chair to strike
Th latter drew a derringer and sbot
;r through the heart. Tha lanrdercr is
Avnoldi, aged ten years, seised a gun, ran
to the deer tied one shot at the fleeing mur
derer, but withoullBect. t. si'JUOl is ctu a
widower, but hid srven childrin living.
Saturday, Jsut. Q.
Gen. Lobg.ireCt has been "retired" from the
wusund of tha Lonl? ailitla hy Governor
Killogg. and HughJ. Campbcn .! Into bis
shoes as "MaJ r Ginlrat of the b'ar.JwU."
S. II. Jewett, a two-legged brute Of fUSoott.
Ernsax, was arrested yesterday for inhumau
treatment of a litti bound boy six years old.
Gashes three Inches long, eiit with a iawbide,
were found on thr pocr child' back; while his
person was a solid miss of sears, tha dumb
witnesess of many previous beatings.
M,0C0 colliers bare struck In South Wales in
censequene of a redaction of price.
The fall of snow in An'trla is 10 great that
railway travel is impeded.
Mr. Tiluen was inaugurated Governor of New
The President drank both wioe and whi'ky
during the White Homo ncrptlon yealeidey,
and, in consrqueoce, was erors-eyrd in bis legs.
Col. S. N. JJooilr, an Englishman by birth,
and aprominent uercb.antuf.Kew, (Jrlexns, shot
himfclf through the kead yesterday. Xb cause
own fuz the ran act.
. J. A.J I iHen, pastor of the M. E.ehurch
-etand. Veh . in a religious lecture de
I In bit -hnr.-h in Sunday eveninr Int.
A miuLcro, tbo.'.OTCh who would drink
. oue'it to do 1S4 tu.- "nan who was cat
his wMtkv borne 1.1 a e.-cn sour.', when
:k b.ikr. bis gourd fell I" the grennd
irsted. and ho got do " ana lapped up
I lile a Jr. A Metho.iist. when he
should not look toward he7n but gat
nd lap It op Ilka a dig.
T. McKay "DniiE. nppir-cratt drky, wu
assassinated on Ceiial.alreetr Kew Orleans, last
eight, byjtwo unknown men, also colored.
J. BaTflnger. a tailor of Hearna, Texas, bad
been missing sine last Thursday morning,
and this morning some of his inqairiiivo
neichbars railed the window and zot inside of
his shep and went into the bark room, srherel
utcy louna mm nanging tnenecc, in a very
advanced state of decomposition. The suppo
sition Is that the nnfortunate man committed
tli act of self-murder while under tho influence
Mr. B. B. Bollock accidentally shot and kill
ed himself at Summit, e-pottsylvania county.
Vaon Christmas day. In company with some
friends M r. B. was engaged in firing at a mark,
and whilst awaiting hli torn to shoot put his
gun aown, warn iicipmueu, uid mure ioa en
tering beneath the law and lodging in the back
part of tha bead, causing his death In a few
Mr. Perrlan C. Joyce, a gentleman of afflu
ence and high standing in bis community, com
mitted suicide near Sandy J'lalns, Patrick coun
ty, Ya, on Christmas moraing. Directly after
eating his breakfast be walked out'some little
a Li tan ce irom nis residence ana.aanoerateiy
cut bis throat with a rasor, inflicting three se
vere tunes, it is suppoeea tnat ne was labor
ine under temporary aberration of tho mind.
caused by the death of bis wife last summer.
Tne deceased leaves seven imsu. children.
Ayouncmaanamed JohnDonaldson secon
ded to parts obkuowo a tew ntgnu ago wttn
Mrs. IIod re. a married lady. Donaldson is of
notoriously bay eharaetcr, and Mrs. Dodge is
described as a very handsome young woman.
and came or a good ramuy. Baa bad been mar
ried about two years, bat bad no ofisnrinir.
This at Hawkintvllc, Ga.
Aunt Claey, well known servant of the lata
Glneral Samuel P. Patterson; of Caldwell coun
ty X. C- died at Palmyra, near Lenoir, in that
county, last week. A. Raliegh News. corres
pondent wmei: rrom a memorandum It appears
IbAt-rbe was a well grown girl at the begioning
of the revolutionary war. She was born and
reared near iTredicksburg, Va. When General
Patterson moved to Palmyra in January, 184J,
be was iouuu were among ue superanuated
slaves of tbo late Genera Edmnnd Jones. Some
pains were taken to establish ber exact age at
ma tune, ana, iram me age 01 nereniidren and
other circumstances, it was fixed at 87. This
would fix the year 17SS as that of her birth, ma
king ber.llf years oidat tne tioe of ber death.
Monday, Jan. 4.
Hon. Thos. G. Turner, ex-Governor of Rhode
Island, died at Warren, in that State, yesiciday,
aged 03 years.
The Legislature of Tenn., convened at noon
Fam. Sharpley, the Ethinnion miutrel
died at Provi'ence, R.I., Friday night.
Accounts from Asia Minor show that the
distrcxs from famine is increasing, and many
aeaiua occur umij(
Tuemaiiy. -Tnn. Si.
Bryant Kennedy, a colored man, born and
raited ia Liberty county, Ga., returned from
Connecticut last fall, where hehad been living
for a number of years past. A'bile there be
contracted an undue intimacy with a colored
girl bearing the name or Maggie A. bee.
She followed Mm Sou.h, and. but Thursday
mornli a- found Bryant Kennedy at hi fath
er s House ana laid mat 01 ner situation, ue
asked her to tako a -short walk, and when
liana on kwndrcd ad flftr -yrda from the
bouse asked brr to take a seat on a 10. lie
then drew out Ins pistol and fired at ner; tbe
ball struck lust above the riebt eye and rlunced
She ran, cryinic for help, towards the house,
Kennedy following: ner. As soon as me peo
pie from tho home came oat Eennedy tamed
back, and shortly afterwards they heard the
r.-port of tbe pistol and going there tbey found
Quite a stir was crested In Athens, Texas on
Monday of last week by the entry into town of
a number of men in pursuit of tne notorious
Bob Smith, who has killed seven men, has
three living wires, and is now only 21 y ars
old, for the killing of Dr. God ley. From that
time np toTaesday night of this week, all was
quiet, save now and then a rumor, when a
party of eitisens entered from the writ and
stated that Smith had been captured and had
been sent to Paltetino by rail. Although
wilbou' arm, Smith was game lo tho last, and
had to be fired upon several times aud finally
knocked down with a fcpoe- rail Uforo be
would give in.
A horrible on'ratre It reported from Kenton
Station, Tenn. A gentleman in the neighbor'
hood had a young woman living with him who
was highly esteemed by tbe neighbors. The
gentleman's wife died, and she left for pruden
tial reasons. Several months thereafter she
returned and begged permission to make it
her home. Being a kind-hearted man, and
suspecting nothing, he' contented. Shortly
afterward it wax noticed something was wrong
with her, which sho alleged was dropsy of tho
stomal!!. A physician was ealled in. and a
couple of neighboring ladies. He soon under-
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stood me case ana aavistu anjf p .juici
He insisted upon her beiug quiet' or bo would
hare to have her held. Ue went into an CU
joining room, and as soon as be was out ef
tent soo jumped np ana ran out 01 tne uousc,
pursued by the two ladies. Sho rushed
through tbe eoru-Celi1 into the Obion bottom,
followed now bv Ue physician and the gen
tleman or tne noose. They lost ner, nowever.
Next morning the search was renewed, and
she was found on tbe bank of the rirer in a
most horrible plight. They begged ber to
tell them where tbe ehtld waa, but she refused,
and np to the time our Informant left thry bad
not succeeded in finding it.
On last Sunday mornin;, between 12 acd 4
o'elock, there was one of the most horrible and
tiendieb murders and lncendUntmtever perpe
trated in the south. The deed was commit ed
one mile and a tqlf west of Shannon 8tation
and'sij miles north vf OUWa, Mississippi,
upon the persons of Thomas Up rum and family;
direct jry and officen, and the new note was br his croniffl lives near Woodbury, whuein conAerSrsuoJ WilOaUJOJteemed
reprised back to the new treasurer as cash, lnr ... . . . j. 1 t 1 .l
I Tennnacno mhh ni nvarvhnHv bnnwj. I frnnrt who. liv the W.1V. win a. instill
wunoui me payment 01 auoiiar. 1 .. ...v..., . , , , 1 r , j j
On Wedneadav, tha 23d Dee., as the stage-1 is right in the middle of the old original I quiahed officer in the late Confederate
coacn irom i.eonon passed jo r 1 r t - t i j.i-.h.l,j
at the top of Muldrough'sHllI, and while at a vjuruuu 01 caicu. uuo, uiuuii u eervire, ne muuuuipu umi. 11c uuu
atand-stiu to uke on a number of passengers possessions, has a pretty daughter. general Cerro Gordo Williams, a short
who, a, ..frequently the 1 case, wala.dupth. ,,'.... J..T.,. ,v...,,. -
mil. a young man rained jonn mnuingatm, 1 xnu umu uigiik umi. jucvi-j unngmvi xtrne ago, at xxop&iusvint;, tuiu uiiub
rromThe b.r-romTnd'VerVd.ira.V; carried, and Bob gave her a rou- rich joke on oar would-be Governor,
two shots from a iarg "tound barreled" navy nig wedding. A stul-housc was nantjy jje said he soon imagined that he dis
tunatciy.tbt shots took effect on ' largo car- and they had whisky galore- They covered that the General would travel
pat sart weiNfiiied with e J",t,''9"d had fiddles and whisky, cakes and whis- out of the beaten paths of veracity, and;
Mr.Bordcrs, and in a dlreet.llBa. wlrt bim. I ' , .fT .... '.a
Had not lht carpeu-sacx tnterreuau, sar. jor 1 Ity, pies ttnil wnisKy, uoya cUiQ glFln anu I mougllt ne WOU1U iat luu iraniu.
After firing the tW General was blowing like a
pulled back into the bar room by some persons whikv, feasting and dancinr and whis- grampus hb normal condition aboat
within, and the eoaoh proceeded on its way , ' , f
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to Uampbellsvltie. xne coaon was tun oi pas-iA.r jciyuuuy iui uiiico iuuuuu whi uu uiuQpwu, muauauij uw
sengerr, and tho shooting occurred while ev fayi everybody came. j with multitudinous oathi, and dashing
I No. not evervbodv. We are Darticu- his soul to dashnation if everr man
11,362 arrests, near one-nairiz,43iioomingun- we make. JiVCrTDOdy UXltnt invited mm, ana no uu uu (uruum. uurincnu,
:vpSl--2 the wedding at Bob Smith's. Tn who by the way.isan elegant and re-
&miJhJ&.a 8 neighborhood wore fiveyoung men, fined gentleman, and doesn'ttake Jund-
Mrs. C. F.Buckner.ofClark county, has a ranging in age irom seventeen 10 tweii- v '"""'"61 f1"-""
ty-two years. These young men were boastful gentry, became disgusted, and
not Sunday-echool scholars. They were ventured on an experiment for the pur-
not any kind of scholars, in fact To P80 01 exposing tne unreirammy 01 we
REPRESENTATIVE AND CBa-MF-
IOX 07 AXEBlCaK aKT TISTZ
ntofricTcr ret 1875 eighth tiaK" r '
THE ART JOURNAL OF AMERICA,
A. MA6RIPICANT C0Hei?ttftf 0--BKR7ULLT
Tbw necessity of ponalar mediirar for tli sf
repreaeatatioa of the productions of our great'
artist bar always been, recognised, and maay
altecapts have been mad to meet tho want
Tbe raccetsive fkUures which have so invariably'
followed each attempt ia this eaantry to estab
lish aa "art jeornaL did not prytWksVlsTe
one of tbe people of America to taa cMiar of
hlgb. art. So SMcvaa a proper appreeAfcs r'
tha want aad aa stiHty te meet it wet show;'
thepubllaat once raflied' with an thusiasm'to'
it support, and the retort waa a treat artist ie-"
aad ejomnaerelal triumph THE At,DIti&.-
twclre-yearold orange tree with a number of
bloi'omi, and twenty-six oranges at large aa
Miss Sarah Bethards. of Bonrbon eoanty.
nas a sniannia tea-pot iDovawuionrwv .. . I-. 1
vearaold. It was brought from England by them punted DOOkl Were &1 Egyptian vxeueroi.
XBSLB-aySl The only book they knew " Why, Ueneral," said ie, "you
w sa I ... i . . 1 , . 1 . , . tt 1 .
rt. Jl.n fl r-rlU cnnonneeii hlm. l anvtlllIlS''atlollt. ta itn iinlmiiiirl imliitnn I SurelV navcn C DCCU up in xnuriar
sell as a candidate for the Bemoeratio rioml- r-on-trfSn nf ft.i. i,v-. tTr.. countv. Ther area Great manTJoicf
0 T. . D -...a,
ston and xiicureart men up inerev
"Dash it to dash,"
The Aldlne while issued with all of trier SnTuV
larity, has none of the" temporary or'ltauy in
terests eaarwUriitiff ofroTw!ttary' periodiealt.
It It an elegant miscallaay of-arer light, bnaX
graceful lileraturw. aad a eolleotioB of pictures
taoransteoHeetion of artistic ikilL In black
and white. Although each succeeding nuaibcr
affords a fresh pleasar to IU fr!tndi,-th its ,
value and beauty ot The Aldlne wifl b asset'
appreeialed after It is bound-wp at tli eaVaw of
uyaar. n 0110 uMrpaoiteaiioas say aulas' v. u.
superior thetpneaa, m ampared wltb rival' ef?
a similar class. Tho Aldin a a oatawa aaeV
original enneoptloa. alone and nnsparaacWit
exclaimed tne eharaeter. The possessor of a- onanist 70U-
II.. . .!. ..
nation fur Governor
vr aeyarai montha cast, something like a ine twelve illustrations, and commonly
wildcat or a catamount ha been prowling . TT:0f, c tua l?..,.
uronnd Winchester, killinr doe and cats, and -w.j yl I . . . . . MB,. dalUat. th.
creating quite a sensation among tha inh.bi. Ring. Tlie still-hoUSO was the Only Plous 0,a summer, "ITe JUSt Come ninpiftogu,; '
unu oroyaursviiie ana xvoniuassviue, wu. , , , nt. rp, 0 wm. from Harlan. That's one of- my strong- br oi voiub, or u hm ,,. ui .,
laere n earoaao, aetaaraa;
The aational feataro of The Aid ae most be
of my strong
holds. Even dashed man in tha coun
ty is for me."
"Did you see r giving a ficti
it has chiefly been operating. Several persons cflurcu iney auenura. J.ney remem
nav seen tt, and describe the animal or riprod RnMuifri dav but fnremt. tn
grayish color, and abeat the size of aa ordinary oe te OaDDatH day, DUt lorgot 10
li :i t-i j . ci.r
atcu 11 jruiY,ouiu ivetit a-uauiiiK or a-
Col. Johnson, the Clark eoanty jailer, ha i," tin
fn V nf latftrtts sStti .irl.On.n OH t V "
in the walk for a litti exercise after ennper. awaycard-piayingand whisky-drinking
Jttil stiU-house. The truth to tell,
wer accused of felony.- When bo went to they were the bad bovs of the llCltrh-
L"ih.t Z'"- ?,:d.v!."-. 2. borhood. Anr! tW not Stal longest friend Tvegot, and ?rrtl7rXEZSZ
where tbe Current . brothers made L. lha working for me like a beaver." ton in mtajert giving rib tb
their eane a .hort lime ago. Brink P. 11,0 eddmg at BOB ibMrxn'8. pl"a and lnstreUon.obWaastit. horn.
waa rharwd with larceny ' and VansBn VYhercat their wickpd snn la I101 nvor J w" ' - rii
:.v 1. ... .i-.n.. - I .. V am, I The artUttelllBitrauonor AmaTteaaseewery,
with h.rse-s.eallng- - with uncommon wrath. The nirVht of tl0" Pereon!,e- . orixlaal with Tb Aldlne U aa lmiiortaiu.fi?:
Mn. K. J. Kerr, of Black' posl-offlce, ., , "Yes: he was in mv brimde. aiid his ture, and iu magnifieant plate arc of.a sis
Mason county, during the yearlSM,- sold -at Hie weaning mese lU DOys gailiereo I ' appropriate to tbe satlsFaetory treatment
the produet of three cow Bfpouna or out- -f gHILhouse mid after fillint? their aaUay was yiWl m lne Mexican of details than can b afforded by aay inferior
. a 1 . ..... .. I nan. TbBlndie flallntarfMnlaaafliiiibMn.
V'lir. rtnh tt. tn flash . -nil ? "V . .. : .., r. .' i, r . .r"
takea ia xm narrow sense. True art is eosao-
polita'n. While Th Aldin is a strictly Ameri
can iastrtation, it does aot coatne itaesf to tha
reproduction of native art. Ita mission is to
etiltlrata a broad aad mmvnelailn are f,t u.
"Yes, and he told me that he was tb"nU,I'"to,,B a'Jtof tatrfcuta
I marl t. Thns.whilamIaaiwifAMlliAtifnna
for mo tooth and toe-nail. Hes thelof The Aldine, axaJeadiag eharacterUtic tha
productions of tbe most aoteal Amerleatr anfstr.
Thirty-Ure persons went down with tbe
-4 . n ... r Thnmai 11 rnr.lr . r!i!rti innl. n 1 1. .
- HeSotnbava young Uilledgeville man. joui'icrn coast of Caba, Dec. 2.
j)t and kilted at Macon. 0 a., on tha Jfth -
- ... ' T?:aw 1 indran t 1 1 sn at want tntnmin&.l ata
lerujy -v" " -.wmki vi ibi
which l-ccli. lo-mcrrow. aaopecnas were
also served on Fitnesses.
illine caTrcd over the settlement of an
t- Thftrit aboi was ftreJ by Wilton at
be lcCami, three uf the Utter being
. baLwilbnaVr. et. Mtdnwsthenabsi
Ci'nuil), wbt w oaarmed. None of
u ' rt aooevted. McComhs, artrr bo
t, Ua-U bis way th t8e dosr, where S
be uveuest sad1 expired immediately,
-ten th -t lu ..r mar tha heart. Mitto
taJo 'a were Leva, atrasted and ate tn
ditor t be JIntpnierj (WIa;t Pdrcr-
Iwcn -r. entl wit a tinging mwure.
ei.nlL u.-site, wilb tae saueai-Mar-
.d nun n tnooae. wVh tbe excrptios-
.wnien re wiuer aat- Hinzi r. reaeuM.
uf a d ii y. 1I r- eerurrd in a--
e int'joir. 1 rtge, w ill. whirligig at
ysJ esnl..iierer sovaung lo tir
ii'rht. wh. n he turns and' singa
night. 'iroagli wit'iun' r-ttion, and
. od s- p-rmui ' I iiot tlcp in the
i. It's 'ti,ra rMrni'ile iKn nf the
t tn.r than Mirtb:n-r el.c, but with
t- va -It oi 'oner.
I worthless hides with more worthless wan
ter, and-from fifty bens 490 tloten eggs,
amouating to Ipiai 64, besioe aopplymg a :am-
tlw r,f .l.v.n tu?inni miih tbaaa artlelaf.
On Thursday afternoon, a negro at Union- whisky, they Started for the Wedding,
town eoticd a little girl Into a bars aWearinir thev were iroini? to brpalc tin
o o 1
committed aa unmentionable outrage opoa
her, and escaped. At last accounts an infuri
ated mob were la search of htm, and! if found
he will no doubt meet the" fat he damvei.
The Owentboro Examiner is a new eight
page paper, published by L. Lumpkin. The
first number ii well made up b:igbt and
2ewsy. . i ,
the frolic and kill Bob Smith and one
of his sons. . And they kept their
word. That is, they squelched the
fun and killed the sou . TheY attacked
Bob and his two soas with knives, and
Miles Greenwood, Esri., of Otnclanau, tto ,miM A .tfMra nA tl, t,;j
irwinanS battle-roval of it 4 .ul hlJ Montgomery county.
railroad, is getUng on well. . boys were orettv mucl, chonned into "Certainly," cried the enthusiastic
..0."!'L".? Jdemacoffue, "and he'a a'l rij:ht.
CMWIU jlVIUUU VI lllfiCVHNi; -' " mil., wnwugb WMI OMU fcllU VlUCZlb II 1 w
a abort-born Importing company. Meurs. I - , m I KOt alette
W. H. Richardson aid Hart Uoswell haye I man a wuu uuu wuvc
mariae, iicar and animal subjects, sustain au
of those Harlan fellows were with me nnabate.1 Interest, impossibl where tb tcopat
. . . i oi iue wora coobiivb io arxist v.- . r
in the war, and every d&hcd one of slngl style of ibjct. Thli-.-- . Tho
,1 e -a t I Aldin It a Hzht and araeeful a. "j.i-int.
UlCUi IU! IIIC 4 nk. .f IK. .Wl., I, .... l. , V.
Dkl you see ?" stHl another I tMboictU J1im
. . . tutuvuiiui .ru v aui itv
tiAArt trirKnti f fiviatAnaa t-vtt MAnf I "
JrUSVU DUUUUk CLAtObVilWCy VUI II ICIIU
PREMIUM FOR 1875.
Krery subfeiber for 1375 will receire a beau
tiful portrait, in oil co'ors, ef th (am nobU
always calling the firt names- that!
popped into his head throughout hU
seance with the unreliable spirit fromdiTD0MPjetarlnrmTUtuJtraetdsa.
I miiib altaallon.
Man't UwljuK Fritnd'
'. got a letter from his father who was
been selected a ngents to make the Pnre,ne children killed outri 'ht. Leavinir
AC.Ika af..Mtr tan. I a rr.A tn .I'ft fnt KnClltnd I O O
in a few days. .They will import .hurt-horns BOBOndllis Other E011 Oil the'grOUIld tbr
5'00 10 75'000 lD tU'" dead the younS reProbatw returned to
1.1 .ill a a ,...
The Colambas (Mo.) suteaman that tne stiu-iiousc trom whence they start-
Jamej.M. La.ibe noted hort-th.ef, vail
I fin rLi!1t Mti.UtlntT nf hU wfft?.
t mJ " . I mm W tut n aiia iBwrrcaot. aneww "
wo little children and a mtu negro , M r.e. ii wu jaafis M. Teague , who
.uornm was in anancgn ilo camiu
erenin? and remained some time in his uncle
James Whitesldes store. There were prob
ably ten or a dozen- people in' the store at tbe
sxme time. Mr. Wbitesldts remarked to some
one of tbein that be had bought a lot of mules
that day, and be bad lacKed a smau amount oi
money in settling for them. Mr. Bo rum prof
fered his uncle the nso of fire hundred dollar
Mr. Whitesldes declined tn take II npon tb
ground that his nephew might need it. Mr
Boram returned to bis home to bo butchered,
together with bis wife and little children, and
their bodies burned to ashes in tbo ruins of
his own bouse. Mr. Bornm's skeleton was
found with his head towards the door, ana his
pistol lying clutched in bis lifeless hand;
10 a blank cartridge laid near by, with anln-
dcntaUen on th but of it caused by lb ham
mer, as if it bad been fired at some one enter
inglhedror. A knife, -whb be had borrowed
that evening for the purpose, of cutting sum
meat, was also found near' him, aud Wis idea-.,
tided by several persons. It is supposed tnat
be had a tembie nanu-io-nanu struggle in pro
tecting himself and family from the ru bless
hand oi tbe mtanigni assassin. Tne SKeteton
of bis wife and childred were found In on
corner where the buil.llng stood, and the little
negro i before tb fireplaoc, wnere be usually
alept. Tbey were probably murdered in their
Kentueky papers are mistaken instating that -j nn .up:p rnlllornlla
ce, ine notea norse-iniei, waa i ... - -'o --, i .,.,i: , ,i.- .,i ii ,.lirrnimlv
killed in LineoTp county, Mo., some six or whiky, and then took to tlie woods. """" w.......?v
lent weeaa agn xut teicxrapn, it aoei
a-avatBajiama inooi iiaii. simaaji-or
will be welcome to every bob. Jtrcrybodw
lore such a dog, and the portrait i exaeuud
to tru to tha life, that it aaaaas the veritabl
pretence of the animal itself. Th Bcv. T. I
one of mv Jlexican war boys only a Wttt Tslraago tells tt hi own Xewfona-lUnJ.
, i ,. r v i i i dog (the finest in Brooklyn) barka at it- Al-
day or two before 1 leu home, anil lie though so natural, noou who a this pre-
wrote me that the whole dashed moun- r
tain cOUntry is blaxill' for niC." Boilda the chroma etery adraaea uVriber
And so one, and so on, one fiction M(1 cntitied to the privilege of
Greenup county, ant into a dif-1 -., . - ' .. . trap so eaily, and plunged into 1
lien sevwal perrons attacked a man of the exertion, for them tositaround , ,
!l i?.J7 -jV. i. .ntd .i. ,...t. , sea of f mistakes so heartily and w
tllpir TirfVinna lima .in nfjnvtj.',-
Vllli-d t v the Lincoln county nconle for horse-I . . 'li
.uallng. hend the murderers. Not they. It is
On tbo 24th of December, a number of men I much more comfortable, and not a tithe
in itusselt, t
named Wallace. Wallace, finding -be coaid the grocery door, whittle drv-coods
..I A.I. .11 -.1 mI nn a frinfl named I - c
-a , I ..t...- i j i i
Kngland for beip. cngiand startea 10 ou uura, vuca wuuui, iuiu n uuuor jiuy
friend's assistance, but was knkd down . reward tliB Onvan.nr will nrTar
with a rock thrown by a boy named west. I "
Uearuso and attempted to reach Wallace, fur the capture of the VOUllcr SCOUlldreLs
I ft.- .-aI. a.. t.aa Ifaa I f
called upon Wnllaoo to ihot a bo coaU net who made UOB bMITU Sick of giving
assist him Wallace tavreupon drew & rroi t wtwidintr rtnrt im
v t.viH Arnrl vtst.l hulal. innitin o twa I X
wuandi on one of his usaibnts named But-
t tut ldrtLaalJ AaJ 1...!. t a, 1
lace master of the field. - Tfce LoataTlUe EtbIb; TriwHne.
TUE ALDINE ART USsOX.
adorned with Eorgi-ous and trlitterinir I The Union owns tha orlaiaala of a'l Th AJ'-
joivelrj-of profanity, until our friends j enBgrt,to, b' dribnfed Vmog ib
UecOlUC lUOroilglliy UUglUieu UIIU nuiu I memoers. it every aeries oi o,uvw suDtcriBatav
,. rni i r li I ivu aiacrcui pieeea, valuta at orer 2,oov, arw
his peace. The General fell into the distributed a K,n as th. strict is fail' and tb.
(he "rd of each series as made, are to be pub
TI.V mA i.tliaii,.! liMN..IIii l...i .ftli. II.
sea ot 1 ratSiaKCS SO neartlivailu Willi I din. This feature only applies to subscriber
such industrious energy, ti.a't hb inter- Sf J. ZftSSSSfc
locutor imun t the Heart to expose mm tamp-
to those who were listeners to his bom-1 taumst
une oocaeripituB, eniiiung to ine Aiam ona
btstic boasting, but waited until tbey
came down on to the street, when he
told Vim that he had never been in
.A word of explanation in regard to
that defunct enterprise, and our connee-
year, tbe Chrome, aad tha
Six JMlart per aanvat, Jn Advance.
Harlan t-ounty, knew not a soul there, Specimeil orTJie AMine. 50 wi.u
tllid till the names he called over were I Ta, Aldia win herratter be obtainable only
iiurr.lv- fi-iitinn by tnltterlptloB. Tber- will be aa reduced ar
purely nttltlOU". e,ub ntt'tt for subscriptions moat b mm
Oh," exclaimed the unabashed Vet-1 b pablisber direct or banded to lb local
-, . " , , I canvasser, withoat rtspeitibilily to th ab-
eran, "l know to tnauy people, ana iUb.r, ,xetp, & eases wh th certifieau u.
meet so many others, that I get their tearing iha tae simile signature of J.
vntir nartieutara of the murder of Josenb
Shaw, th prominent and wealthy batter of
Lexington, tn a uar-iocio oi uiai cuy,aioat
urdav aiabt. by youne Jtnbert Dolloway: It
a. rvr..iI before the eoroh ' jory.that wbca
Kubvrt lToIlaway advanced to tu counter where
JJcMurtry wis holding flaw aionul lne waist,
and told htm to let blm loote, and If bC wanted
a Cgbt be would give bim all he wanted, 'hew
pulled a pistol out of bis boiom and cocked I!.
McMuilrv caught Shaw's platol by till mussle,
still boldinz bim. and Holloway shot him in
the lilt'templi. over McMurrrTs shoulder, at
such sfiurt nnec that tbe powder horned' bit
rVets ThewonndeiTrLim fell, and the-olbar rott
one or wfcica took effort in tbe rigbt jl t ia
tKe-other In lb breast atore the heart, were
Srrd'alter he- waa down. IWIiway attempted
to fir tbe fourtb'time, b'ut tfie eap-'snbppe'd
Tba colored people nf Tennessee are Dioring
to till- cai'tiin bottom lands III Mitaiaslppi, in
families and colonies. The tide runs from tho
other older state to the wentern part ol Ten-
Thcr" if rlnn'1 Mon
William Holloway, a prominent merchant
of Lexington, hat mad an assignment, His
liabilities are ab,ut $30,000, and hi bond-
men. wealthy men of Uadisoa county, will
make this amount good.
The Stat Qracgc of Kentucky has fixed the
salaries or the olacera or tnat ooay a iomows:
Tha Master, $1,000 and traveling expenses;
tho Treasurer, SBtrO: the secretary, ? i.uuo ana
traveling expenses; tb Assistant besretxryi
MO and traveling expenses.
John Elliot, a youth sixteen year of age
ton of tbe laU Jones Elliot, aad who lived
sear the Cerulean Springs, Trigg county, came
to a sudden and fearful death a few days since.
No one wat present when tne accident oc
carred, but from all tha circumstances itap
pears that be had cut Into tne nouow or
ieanlne tree for th Durnoie of catching; i
hare, which bad sought relnge there from th
pursuit of a dog, and that while ho was in tho
act of twistine the animal, oat trith, small
witbe, the tree split In twain, tn butt cud or
one side strikinchim on the back of the head.
taking off the top of bis skull and killing him
instantly, lie was an oniy ton, ana nis motn
er a widow.
Br. Ben B. Lay, who killed Mr. A. IT. Tar
dy ia a duel near Mobile the other day, once
lived in Padneah.
A contested election case between two can
didates for the de'rkiblp of the Jtiehelas Cir
cuit Court is now on trial at Carlisle.
A conductor on the Mobile and Ohio rail
road found seventeen men in one of the freight
cart when the train arrived at Columbus tbo
other day. They were trying to dead-beat
their way southward.
On Sunday, the 27th nit., at Nortoniville,
two men named Daly and Mills, engaged in
an altercation, when the latter shot t he former
three timet, inflicting fatal wonnds.
Th Bath Iron Furnace Company have been
thrown into bankruptcy upon their own peti
tion. Their liabilities amount to nboul$150,
000. Their assets consist or the furnace and
material, in all about ISO tons of pig iron and
$1,000 nf other property. The iron- il worth
a1 ont 32 ton in Cincinnati or Louisville.
Belurc the depression it was worth 9tZ.
Mln T.iiu'o Miller, of Larue county, has
sued Thos. J. I ttinper for breach of marriage'
contract and lodactlon, laying th damage
at ten th'utand dollar.
Hon. Charles Ezinton. representing Clara
county in the suit against tbe Big Sandy rall--
rffnuuauuaii icpuibw iuo iuuui vuurt ru
WincEcster, on Monday lasf. How the Ntrtf
York gentleman got eontrtilcf the road wick
out paying for their stock, had stnni'pcd' a
nnd many people. It appears it was done
i-heck f-.r $10,000 was giren as Sqtiaro
We present the. initial number of t;on with it, may not be out of dace. We
1UE HAITI' TOED HERALD tO the read- i wenf ,'ntl it nnlv nfW enrvnn. .n.
ing public of Ohio and surrounding nected with it had obligated themselves
counties. W. have no .promises to to Dursue a certain line of conduct.
make of future excellence, for we know They were all out of employment, ome
not that we could, nudt'e them good., of them had families to support, and
We have put our best foot foremost in we felt more than a passing friendship
the present Issue, aoil.nro content to be for several of them Their condition
I 1 1 .1 I "
juogea uy it, woraeu upon oiu sympumy, ana ac- .. . han, olJ CeiTO
FPI 1 . TTF ..'II ljuintinf lltal. nljulniu. ? 1 C'.l 1. 1 DO O
iue peonie want. news, ne wui HaouK iueuwiuiu', m , ,. .
;t ,- . rnr . ii. j .i . - a l uoruos roasi aiuiuuie wtat.iicr,
g'o ik lu mem. . x ue nuuiiuicsutiue i tJiutumu wieiiccesaary maienauorpuo
tk.i : i : ii I. , . ... 1 . ..
-" "-Sf" lrJX" '.miTT mamS daily IPer, and all hands tell Ip we were one of tfce poor opprtW
ThcTt to iwpffii the Tt; rrk' r re pkn'
e i w ,:n - . .i got out the Tribune. The oaner waa I c -r , .i
X,1, " . i x - .i.. i.. DUS4fl -". uwau,, Tbe ever ineraaaint circulation of this
xney wani UniO COUniy lO De MOWn t"!"""! "" surprise, iroiu uia ue- jlvecelfintoaCHABLOTrHC6B elUnt monthly provea it continued adapta.
dashed names confused. But I tell
you what, , even dashed man,
woman and child in Harlan is for me!
Our friend asked us what we thought
of it all. We told him that we thought
when he. entered upon his ruse he was
Any. peraua wishiaat to act permanently as a.
local canvasser, will reeeite full and prompMn
formation by applyiag to
TUK ALDINK COMPANY,
- 58 Maidta-Lane. Sew York.
UtuetlioxUi the hat Sustattictl fftmk oT
tttt iui in the World.
Ma tl Frtm.
i J -li .r ...l ..i I . . . ......
Hiiiimn : 1 1 1 in ili i in 1 1 1 n i m i v nn iHircx i .-.r... . n . ... ....I......J . . i I . . uub
-- richmid LorodTctive -ffl "" . PAY' Put on 0Ur ViDt -h.aw.taU i.u b. maay bo.me.lt a...'
limitable coal and mineral resources- Pm,n P TO- on the tra'd of Judge Waish, of Brook- ZJSS
its oounaiess loresis oi vaiuaDie umuer i"' ' "" lyn, INew xork, wno ueciUed tne oilier
advertised iriorder toinvite industry, but three or four exceptions, after the . a woman has n0 jj
!Hi?L.toJ! Ur nrstweek,gaveexpre8siontotheirela- . nM her htuhand'fl letters:
iuiusu Aiiis nuiwuui nuia.
iT wm be on his drrA the loca?
uors loiioweu suit. nat swampeu our
ja-dic or depraved taittt. Barton GUii.
in eoaraeurwnien inir atacaain poasessea
for variety, entevari, artitile wtaHh. aad
littrary culture that has kept pae with, if Jt -.
ha not led la times, should eaaa it oa-
. , an.urf in nnni ix a in in.rin.r.i. m.tti n i ..
... i .i f i . .1 1 r. r .... - .v.
111 cuuiuu l tney nave siuucu wo eeacy. it ait eaiiues ua a .gteanviiu
right to open her husband's letters.
itic. WhlTe. it will adhere in- in feith the thmg. We would have quit r Vnv . nd tWnrlniitx-ith pon th pobiu gratitude Th. atg!n7ba
nocracynciatoa by JEF- edus by another and more strinirent , aa
Pottagt 1'rf to all StUtriitn ta (ia Vititut
Democratic but very independently
irv- iaTir:'ri. fit' iti jp ?.
Lim u fiiiin.ini. t , cuui.i-iauKX uv i r. r - i . i i .i - . , .
feuson and Jlcisox. it wfll never, , j fQ more "W" stealing some more correspondence and
under any circumstances, subordinate Pg6 ' total Rbstinence from every. t narae m the papers again, and
principles to men. W hen it comes to thing tnat aoes intoxicate, autl wo cp- hen we'll be put to the additional trou-
BUiipuruug uuuiutuaus ui ul?x' sented to continue with the paper.
such that ha can safely bo intrusted ed to keep. They evidently thought
with office. If our investigation proves we would not desert the papr so long
Mtisfactory, he will reociveoursupport. as we saw a likelihood of, getting back
t :Z:X"eZ Z n" i 1 the money we had invested in it. But Whytten ia in the Meigs county, O., y. : to wu i u ..ppnrf rati, for v.,y
fort they did not know us. No pecuniary juil for stealing a horse. He was jus- temitunoe; r lx eopm for $20 09,'wlthout
We have thus briefly placed our- advantages, assured or prospective, tillable. If we were compelled to car- "tr V'af fre
fielvpa nnnn mviril nr. th hprrinninrr in ri,lf1 U ,, t. r Ka.. . -Baei aaaiVrr caa U mpplitd at oay liaie.
"i w. r . . o tuuuv iu hi uijjugc vi wuiumc i j ew iuuua iuuuu auuui " .... iM ii u u i , . f of Uamr'a IfimlQD Boar
order that no oneW.be deceivcd in in busInesa with drfnkine men. Final- want a horse to pack It. and if we were jZtttYlVLtL InTeit elJuT binding.
regard to our position. At the same ,- . , r . . Bn(1 unahU tn iile ui b, .xp.e. fcight at p of
Ume. We must av. that we intend to i : t' J ' purehater, ror I Z3 py volume, ongi voi-
let politics occupy a subordinate posi- socaei ana expirea on me izui oi we a steal one.
tion iaour columns, as we have neither December, wh we stepped down from
the ambition or desire to put ourselves the editorial chair and out of the Trib- former Lousville belle, daugh
forward as a party ''organ." There Mneoffice- Our defection seem, to have ter of an Episcopalian clergyman, is
LSS& Proved fatal to the paper, whereat we leading a gay and dashing disreputable
business. We desire to publish an in- are not astonished, for when we le til Hte in Pans, France.
ble and expense of killing and burying Up' Magarin., oa. yw...44 to
r a Si 00 inclines nrenavaaant ef II. 8. cotton
another intclh"gnt compositor for spell-1 by the publisher.
ing his nmO VOK AMEN. d BJ, tooneaddre7foron.yir,$10 00.'
Ior, two of Harper Prritdiealt, to on ad-
A aa AI W V Mff iuatiut,
teresting and acceptablefamily paper hands were drunk. And whisky and
one that will reflect credit upon our- business won't mix profitably in a print-
seivcs as wen as upon our town ana urjg office or elsewhere,
countv. Onr piincipal object is to a.
put money in our purse by fair and In Tennessee, twelve year old girls
square "'id honest work. lb-til -
"Kuktbckt," b the way it was
spelt, in the datejine, on the "patent"
side of tho first issue of the Grn"w
,,met. bv malL costcald. $3 00. Cloth
for binding, 58 cents, by nail, postpaid.
Address UAKPER is BOTUEBS,
I- F. WOERSEK,
BOOT & SHOEMAKER,