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ca.w.y If,.., . we Kill not admit to onr
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All eMiaafeilieiis and eontribnliont for pnb-
iieadoa mnttbe aidrettea to the hattor. I
teeri mmI6 addreatd to tke Pnblitkere.
Hon. James Stuart, Judge, of Owensboro.
Hon. Ji. Hayeraft, Attorney, Eltiabethtown.
A. L. MorUn, Clerk, Hartford.
K. R. Marrell, Muter Commisiioner, Hartford.
T. J. Smith, Sheriff, Hartford.
,E. L.WI... Jailer, rtford- on,llnM
Court berini on the second Mondays ia May
and Norember, and continue! four week! each
non. Tf. P. Gregory, Judge, Hartford.
Capt, San. K. Col, Clerk, Hartford.
J. P. Sanderfer, Attorney, Hartford.
Coart begins on the fint Monday In every
Btgini on the 3rd Monday! In January, April,
July and Oetober.
COURT OF CLAIMS.
Beglni en the flrit Monday! In October and
J mi nary. -
OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS.
J . J. LeaeH, Alienor, Cromwell.
O. fitaith FtUhngh, Surreyor, Snlphur Spring!.
Tei. H. Boiwell, Coroner, Sulphur Spring!.
A. L. Row, Seheel Coramlsstoner, Hartford.
t'aney DUtrlet, No. 1. P. II. Alford, Juittee,
a Id March. , June U, September1, Deeember
ptemher IS, Deoember .
eel Spring! DUtrlet, No. J.-A. K. Drown,
Jillw.tal4 March 3, June l, oepiemoer
i ...v.. 11. n. J. Wllooi. Juitlee, held
11 nfW IS. Jane 3. September U, Deeemher 3
OwturUU DUtrlet, No. S, W. P. Render,
J Use; held Mah Jl, Jwt H, September SO,
number II. T, 8. Bennett, Juitfee, held
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UUi olor oiifi o i obj.
J.Uee, Mereu U, Jum :J, 8pteW 11,
ei her IT. B. Woowr ar
Jena II. owtenW II, DeiewW X.
vrJifUU DUtrlet, Nt. 1.-0. W. R. Cohb
Jtlei.MarI.JMll,eywiMr I, Oeeew
hv SI. J.I..IIuila,J.lwkl9J,
T. eMtuber 11. Dwembw R.
KlUi DUUUt, N. ,-0. 8. KeXluy, Nn1i
a. 11. ienlenber I. I)Mmr U,
M ur, JUn, Mire M, J". Sptbf
mMm4 BUtrUL. No. t. Jo. P. Crr,
J Hit. Marth U. Ja Hi HipUKhw H, Da
taker n. A,8.l!im,illirei
J lae'll. gtntenher IT. Stnlr U.
CwmwaW BUlrUl, Nu, 8.-8 Ai
J .lllee. MaHK IT. Juaa U, 8pUr 19, D
a Whir IT. iUlr,giiie, marea .i,
J una l. Sar.Hn.ttr IT, Beemhr 11
Hartford DHUltU Hft.1, Tusnai u.aiku,
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. 4illM, Xarak. II, Jaaa It, 8pltbr 15,
aiit!!, JR, Mi IiHMliUnmcB, wan a n,
i ... ia. a.tMWt. nenher It.
Bazaar Bpriagt Bttttkt, N&, i.H. Q.
JuivU. Keren l,J.i MMtMMr
Martn li Ja . BipUmhtr T, Mmbr 31.
MarUtU DUtrltU Na. II. W. It. gummiai,
JaitUa, Marta 10, Jaaa II, BepUmbar 19, De
tteihar It. J. B. Vattli JUlllce, nana
Jtaa I. HtpUmbtr 34, Deeamhar 10
Kantord F. P. Matgan, Jadga, Mcoad Men
jati la Jaaaary. Abril. July and October.
Branr Daw."8. VT Cooper, Judge, Brit
Battrdar la Januat, April. Jul ah l October.
CramrU."-A. f. Mohtagua, Jadge, nril
Tutiiay tu Jabuarr, April, July and October.
Cerilro W D. Barnard, Judge, latt BtU
rday la Uareh, June, September and Decern
WEDNE8DAY, DECL 1,1875.
W. R. BONNER, Local Editor.
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need of aoine money. We cannot run a
newspaper without money, and hence we
are ander -the ptcessity or collecting as
fast &a amounts fall due.
A Splendid Investment,
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Ioelc oat for the Bed Hark.
Subscribers who see a red mark
on tho margin of their paper near
their names may know that their
time has expired. We hope all such
will renew at once.
We are iow prepared to fiirnish of
ficers with all kinds of blanks, and at
prices as low as you can buy them in
fitill the good work goes on.
Ain't you glad you aro living.
Read our Louisville letter.
Old Rough is bank full and
The boys went boat rowing Sunday,
but nobody fell In the creek. Oh, no,
Now is a good time for the "Jolly
Hunter to make a trip down stream
The Monitor says tobacco la coming
in lively, and la bringing good prices.
Mr. T. L. Lewis, of Rosine, has
been spending a few days in town
end of town this Week
A man that can arise at 4 o'clock
these mornings well, he don't mind
"W. H. Williams will deal heavily
in tobacco this season.
uui uicuu u is .iuiji'j
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boy, and a bouncer, at that.
Jt was as Cold BS We Want tOSee it,
Oyster suppers arc qmto common
among the young gents of this city
Circuit Court is about over and our
lawyers have their pockets full of
keys, knives, buttons and things.
our farmers are actively encaced
in gathering corn, and we hear some
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complaint 01 Its iouing in 1110 shock.
The wet weather caused work on
the iail to" suspend last week, but
things are lively now.
Wild turkeys are "growing beauti
fully less," and the boys don't kill
many any more.
We have had 60ine right cool weath
er during the past week, and heavy
apparel has been in demand.
Hon. H. D. McHenry left last
Monday for Washington City, to be
present at the convening of Congress.
Tho recent heavy rains havo mado
big water in tho river. Rough now
looks laree enouch for Ohio river
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You who owe tho landlord of tho
Crow House should Bettle your little
bills, and havo your names removed
from tho placard.
Whon a man doos a good doed ho
feela good, but when he is caught
"hooking" chickens, you bet he feols
pale. Wo won't tell his name.
It la reported by aomo that tho
courthouse U Imocure, tho roof not
luvYiwr lufHelent hrnoa to mnko it
W lwim that Col. 0. P. Johnson
Una traded. hU houao and lot lu till
pliieo toMr. Caleb Crow, (br his ftrm
lu the out edgfl of town. They wll
exchango in n hort lime.
Ii fttUie great GloUilng llouie of J
Winter Uo,,LoiiUrlHe,Ky., cor. 3d
and Market. 1'rlee hnve been re
tlueeJ, aihI now It the Unto to buy.
Now l a good time to put theitreeU
ti order. A plmik walk Is very badly
ft,l,l fhmi Mv& Vniitflil' lilnnk'
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to uiis uiuo tiling, win your
It Is almost Impossible for us to fiud
room for tho communications we rc
eclve, but noNtrtheless we appreclato
the kindness of our friends in coiitttbx
ulius to the HtmAtD. Again we
have to continue Borne until next week
Wken BttytttR Your Sew Halt
Do not forget that the old reliable
house of J. Winter d& Co., cor. 3d and
Market, Louisville, have the largest
Btock in the city to select from, alway
give a good fit, and sell at reasonable
Mr. S. 8. Wells, formerly of Ow
ensboro, but now of this place, in
company with bis niece, Miss Mamie
Williams, left Wednesday last to spend
I thanksgivings in Owensboro, but rc
turned home Friday.
Again we are placed under obliga
tions to D. P. Faulds, of Louisville,
for nice music. Mr. Faulds is the
leading music dealer in the city, and
when wanting music, send him your
Terrible Storm nt Sea,
And there will be a terrible storm
around here if those who owe me do
not come up and pay me at once,
cannot turnish the sick with medicine
free, as I have to pay cash for all
drugs. I will be compelled to sue' on
all my notes and accounts if not paid
at once. Z. Wayne Griffin.
Nov. 24th, 1875.
To all Whom It may Concern
My Dear Frieiuh;
1 have been indulgent for four
3'ears 1 ask you now to come forward
and settle your accounts, I cannot sun-
piy mcaicines lor me sick, lurnish my
family with the necessaries of life, and
pay my debts without mone Hop
ing yon will answer my first and hist
call, I remain, Yours,
T. J. IYeifkr.
Deputy Sheriffs Midkiff and Phil
ipps, with a sufficient corps of guards,
conveyed Geo. B. China and Ed
Silcox, (whites), Anthony McHenry
and Amos Gunn, (colored), to tho
penitentiary Thursday last
Capt. N. Ben. Peck, traveling sales
man for Gardner & Co., visited this
city last week, and gave us a call.
Tho Capt. is a fine salesman, and is
quite popular with our merchants.
Five hundred sheep were killed in
Daviess county daring the past year
by dogs, and the Monitor man thinks
it would be a good plan now to kill
the "dorgs." Correct.
The boys have a gay time on the
'Jolly Hunter," a small excursion boat
built by Messrs. Williams & Hard
wick. Gentlemen, we want to chart
er this craft when we take our wed
ding tour, as we always did prefer
riding to walking. Is she charterable?
We had a call last week from our
genial young friend Harry Bridges.
Harry is a fine fellow, and always
makes large sales when he visits this
place. He represents the well-known
house of Carson, Daniel & Co., Lou
The prisoners who were sentenced
ast week to work on the streets, began
the job Saturday. They don't like the
ball and chain business much, and
judging from their looks, they will
bo better boys in the future.
Severely Burned. "
A little daughter of Mr. Alex. H.
Cummins, of this county, was severely
burned ono day last week by falling
into the fire. It is thought, that by
proper treatment, she may recover
from its effects without any disfigur
Mr. W. H. Owen, of Owensboro,
arrived in this city Monday evening,
and gave us a call yesterday morning.
While hero he took unto himself a
lolpmato for lifo, and returned to tho
Our foreman left Monday for Ohio
county, to bo absent for some day.
He goes dear hunting, and although he
was raised a pet, Goorgo la a good boy
and wo want him handled gently.
Yea, ho was handled gently, and was
suocwanu in hU hunt. Ho captured
ono dear, and what la aurpriaing to ua
a that ho didn't tnko hU prito homo
with him. George, ia a good boy, and
wn'U any to him, (confidentially), that
throe are more rfrvira in this county.
"The world and nil lU glory is not
unlf o dear to me n you.
what ho wag whispering to her ns he
pasaed under our window a few nights
ago. She mid "Yw, when he eon
tlnuetl. (rather noeucan, "You are
sweeter than a tub of roaes swimming in
honey, cologne, nutmeg and eranber
rip, and tho whole covered with
melted r&lubowg." Jutt then they
luiued out of our hearing, and wo lost
the rest of the conversation.
The Oweueboro Monitor tells of a
gentleman from Nelson county, who
visited that city last week, negotiating
for a tract of laud, and became too In'
tlmato with a fellow who claimed to
have some laud for sale, and accented
mi invitation to spend the night with
htm at his boarding house. Tho next
morning the geutletnau from Nelson
found that his social friend had Btolcn
his new Butt of clothes, boot, hat and
everything, and yet no land had been
purchased. Tho police were informe
of this transaction, but had bo far
been unsuccessful in bringing the thief
Our Circuit court is still in session
this being the fourth week, and up to
last Monday they had only reached
tho ninth day's business. The whole
of last week was taken up on three
The suit of S. L. Midkiff against
J. C. Townsend and others, for dama
ges for executing a writ of possession,
was tried, and the verdict of the jury
acquitted all the defendants but J. C.
Townsend, and assessed $500 damages
The suit of J. F. Collins against
Ohio county, seeking to prevent the
jail from being built where they aro
now erecting it, wa3 decided for tho
defendants on demur of plaintifTa pc
I offer my farm for sale, containing one
hundred acres, on Coney creek in Ohio
county, eighteen miles East of Hartford,
one-half mile of Ferguson's station and
White Bun Post Office, on the L. & P,
R. R. Seventy-fh'0 acres of bottom land
in cultivation, under good fence, good
dwelling house, large barn, and all other
out buildings necessary on a farm There
is a bank of coal within Ally yards of the
house, where nil the coal can be got ntc
csenry for the house nt small coat.
n48-l JL Y. DAV.
The" Louisville Dai
Saturday comes out
able editorial as to wli!
tion is fit for and what it lsfTbt.' It
thinks a feasiblo idea would be to con
Vert the building into a manufactory
Of some kind. Tho stockholders, be
ing go-ahead business men, do not
proposo to sink money by holding it
as an Exposition Hall, and are willing
to donate the stock in said institution
to anyone who will put in machinery
and start a cotton mill there. The
Globe thinks it an excellent opening for
some enterprising man to become rich,
besides being of vast assistance to the
To Onr Headers.
We are very sorry indeed to
havo to inform our readers that we are
unable to furnish them "The Black
Tulip," the continued story which wo
have been publishing for several weeks
upon the first page of the Herald,
any longer. A few nights ago the
mice made their way into the drawer
of which we keep our private books
and papers, and among "the articles
which they cut and destroyed was the
Black Tulip." It is in a thousand
pieces, and would bo impossible for us
to set more from it We hope this
will be satisfactory to those who were
reading it, for we assure: you that we
regret it very much. '
The following is a list of the marriage
licenses issued since our lost report:
James T. Muir and Mis3 Martha A.
B. Peter Thomas and Miss Carrie E.
Levi L. York and Miss Nancy A.
James Z. Gray and Miss Signor A.
Ed. C, Kelly and Mrs. Mary E.
Wm. L. James and Miss Nannie E,
White. . j
Transfer ofRcal Entatet
The following transfers of real estate
hare been lodged for record since our last
John P. Barrett to R. F. Romans,
50 acres on Muddy crook, 9300,
Henry Smith to Josoph D. Smith,
104 acres on Rough creek, $300.
Samuel Greer to Dlowford Groor,
214 acres on South Fnuthor crock,
Tho other night tho boys concluded
to havo n llttlo Ain, and all hands
agreed to bounoo the first fellow that
paused that way. In n short timo a
young negro from the country camo
nloiiK. and they took mm In. JNo
KKmer had they laid tholr hands on
him than ho round himself stretched
across ft flour barrel) "right side up
with oft.wlHnud then tin game the boys
called "turn his cake," commenced
The first application of tho board was
mtiinciiy ucaru ror tour squares, uui
were soon counterbalanced by thonp
peals of tho poor darkey. Uut they
laid It en, nnd when the game was
brought to ft close, they asked him how
ha liked the fun. "Well, gemmeu, Its
Jest dls way," said he "you foteh we
down to turn de cake, but I'll swar e;
do tiro had been much hotter you
wouldn't had no cako to turn." The
bovs laughed and let htm pass, but
stationed themselves for tho next po'
We learn of twoyouug boys living
In tho Green Briar neighborhood
McLean county, who thought they
were not receiving a sufficient compen
sation at home, andf. concluded to
"strike for higher wages. '' A man by
tho name of Hamilton followed them
as far as Walton's creek neighborhood.
this county, and there, he lost trace of
them, but learned that they intendei
going to Nashville, where they had
relatives living. JLheir hnances were
limited: having but one nickel in
their possession, but they had an old
pistol which they tried to sell for a few
dimes to help them on their way. It
Ls supposed they would make their
way to the railroad, where they would
bounce a night train and ''dead:hcad
it through. The father of one of these
boys has bocn confined to the bed for
several weeks, and the out-door work
depended on this son, he being the
only male member of the family large
enough to bo of any service.
A called meeting of the stockholders
of the Ohio County Acriculturul nnd
Mechanical Fair Association will be
held at the Court house in Hartford, on
Saturday, tho 18th day of December,
1875. ALL the stockholders aro ear
nestly requested to bo present, as bus
iness of vital iniportanco will be pre
sented for action.
S. K.Cox, Scc'y. .
Nov. UOtli 187(5.
These arc "hog-killing" time.
A Child Drowned In a Yfcll,
One day .last week a little child of
r to 1
r. aimmcon nines, a larmer Jiving.
six or eight mile3 above town, wa
drowned in the well noar the house
door. It was at first rumored that the
mother had thrown the child in the
well, but nothing to this effect could
bo proven against her. Mr. Hines is
now living with his second wife this
child beine his first wife's which
0., m .nn;nn tl,nt it. Wl
been thrown in the well by her. On
the morning Of the accident, its father
liarl tertfa nvnr tn his fathpr's a dis-
tanco of about a half or three-quarters
of a mUe. He was not beyond the
reach of a voice, when be heard his
wife give ono shriek, nnd he turned
to ascertain the reason. Seeing she
was frightened, he returned hurridly
to the house, but was too lote to rescue
his only child from the horrible death
of drowning. This child has been an
invalid from birth, and haa never been
able to walk a step.and its only way
of moving around is by crawling.
ho well is generally covered with a
large plank, which must have been
left off that morning. The jury re
turned a verdict that the child came
to its death by accidental drowning.
An Idiot Brother and Mister.
A son and daughter of Nathan
Chapman were brought before he
found to be idiots. The boy could
talk about such things aa he fancied,
and could sometimes answer a question
asked him. but the trirl had never vet
lonmvl rnlfc nnft ml tn hnvp, nr.
idea whatever about anvthimr. When
tho bov was broueht into court 'he
was asked by the Judge if he knew
what he was brought there for. He
safd he had como to town to help
clean out tho thieves, and then he
asked the judgo if ho wasn't a big
man. He received the answer that he
was a pretty large man, and was then
asked if ho wasn't afraid to como
sentenced to tho nonitentiarv evorv
dav. He seemed to bo studying, but
in a moment he answered that ho was
a big man and had not stolen anything,
TTn wan .nnolinnnl mnM rinf nntllnrv
UU 11. 1IHWHWMHI 1HU1VI WH M VI
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coma uogouen ont 01 mm. Am.
ralttco was then appointed to taker"0"""40 nw" w w 4W -
charge of thorn. Tho sum of 10
win uo urnwii jrom owiu vsuvoru'
ll 1- - 1 P .1. - 7 i
boy ono of the most extraordinary
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ftnaiu ltA line ftvnii aAAn. sun in fiinr.
..ua Iia nnuAM Bniu nil nnn nn.A tn
nnj n liw liwivi n.i .it.w vt.i. . r
I.KTTF.K I'ltO.H UANHYV1I.M5.
n...lfli. ifw v on
Wnmnn ir.i.iwTii . i.
w 1 I hh. . iv. mvt
ting better tu thb community, nnd the
cry of "hard times" U not echoed H
mUsillMltw mki igo, bet
who never know whnt It Ii to lay liny
thing else. Let times bo good, bad or
lulIOurent, our tnereimnU aro doing nu
excellent Imdnwi nt present.
Liwt Monday was County court at
Leltchucld, and, as per advertisements
J. 0. Mllllgtiu exeonstable of this dls
trlet, appllwt fur tv llcenco to keep hotel
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with tho privilege of selling "King
kill till. tt wasgrauted and a now bar
room will be opened In South Ganoy
vlllo In n few days, Increasing tho num
her to three.
At the lost term of the Grayson Ctr
cult court two Indictments Were found
against n young man living near this
place, one for keeping a tippling house,
-..j iii-.i.i.w. to-
II lilt UUC lJL OC111UK IT UIOsb J W U UilUVIt
rot-gut wnisicy tn any manner is nau
enough, but in this manner it is too
bad, and the man who docs such, wo
say, deserves tho penalty of the law.
The old horse disease, "cpircotic;
has made its appearance in this com
munity, but wo are glad to say it is
doing but little damage.
A. L. Blain. of tho firm of Blain &
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lost Thursday with two car loads of
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 27,
Editor Herald: Since my last,
wo have food for gossip without stint,
most of it mayorality gossip, a3 for in
stance the partial burning of the City
Hall, the reception of an envelope of
scabs, the big blow out Saturday night
lnr. at Esnoftition Hall. A.C.. Sic. I
did not sco tho grand display on that
occasion, a description of which took
i.n four columns and a half of Sunday's
Courier-Journal, hut to givo you wmo
idea of its ponderosity, it is only ncccs-
sary to state that the number of Vice
President was only seven hundred nnd
forty-four, with sixteen Secretaries be-
sides tho members of tho cress. That's
tho kind of a man Baxter is.
I was told bv a few disinterested
spectators that the muiority of tho torch
limirnra mwl tn flnnimititrflt IVft imrt nf
uviuvio niii iiiv iuhi"ii "!-- I
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And Ere 01aes arc the belt for failimr trzW.
they are perfectly trnoeparent (will cut glate like
"e7 receiw b nner poiiin-nna always re n .
receive a Bntr polutr and always retain it.
ae lonjra! Ave pniri of the belt eiaii. beside!
that time. By our new lyetem for testing the light, we are enabled ti'rnit any eje io een
Mi.i.ih.i.. t.L.:Hna.rMi. .tn rn. ... m . .-j i
Pebbles or the belt Qlais Leniei In ol 1 frames.
wb0 requ,re ipecUcIei to lee rr off as well ai
Sfafn it., be-. Sixth ami Seventh
the crowd was the street gaminT but
this is generally the case aa the boys
here as well as elsewhere like- to take a
hand when there's fire and nowe want
ed, and they don't care whose funeral
it is. However two weeks more will
settio the matter and if neither of tho
candidates Ls assassinated in the mean
time which one would suppose to be
not improbable from the great talk of
scales the seventh of December will j
be a stirring day in Louisville, and By
many the day is longed for and dread
ed. Amoricus Symmos delivered his lec
ture here since my last, and which I
promised to tell you about.
who was a Captain in the navy, after
vmced that the earth was hollow and
inhabited within by a race of people
of giant statue, and to reach this intcri
or country it was necessary to keep sail.
ii 1 ! TT' il
nc in a norinerjy airecuon. -ins ine-
that the earth in only a shell
aD0Ul a tftoU8anU m,les ", open ai
tb0 Plea the opening at tho North
pole beiDg about two thousand miles in
diameter, that at the South a littlo
I8- In proof of his theory he was
clear and logical and believes that tb
discovery of "faymsonia, tho new
world, will yet provo his theory cor-
Brif-lmmYounrya number BGventccn.
Ann Eliza, lectured the same night tO
a mucl hous) than did Mr.
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next week the rreat American cuckold.
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uvir poupio iu bui no oavoiu, IH tuw i
chief aim of overybody U to cut down
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pawed with three clerki roocntlyi tht
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rUm'. mnnu lino hnn nlirinll.
lug oxpeuiei, and tho Ledger to keep
(fcwmvltli tho tlmei lnw reduced the
prloe to three eenU per copy. Con
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iraouun uoos no. ciicc wi iiwiiiuiihwoi
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iiowover, exccpi ma irvui oj ineir
t,reww m ? lhem .V m
I aisb tn noni.iB I liA IU It A MAl Mils.
X "Z "TluZ ... . , l
wenrer wishes to board ft street car or
climb n ftniee, but then lu attracts, It
draws, tho display of limbs, the beautl'
gymmelry of which will cause even the
old miserly wretch to stop and gac, Is
f not to be thro wu away, in fact
ML h ulla lunux Hint. Mirt tlUno MOri
" ,V " i n 7
It will caiiso you to play the deuco and
then take your jack making game out
of you. As much as has been written
and Eatd about the style, the men like
It nnd ridicule it tu they will, -they
aevcr fall( 10 toP tvud f0' unlef th
nra, WBnTO ine ' "T "uo
lacks that symmetry that a nee
I , . -
. mn z . . , . . ln.
nnd when I speak of thopleaauro I ex.
w -fl'"-' I '
pcrience in taking my walks abroad,
and grow eloquent over tho angelic
form of Miss So-and-So, Bho invariably
grows restless, heaves a deep sigh, says
something about tho days work sho
has just finished, and mentions the worn
out condition of tho children's shoes, or
something that she known will take,
, b . -
and there a coolness reigns supreme for
the space of about three hours. This
is tho causoof such a tirade of abuse of I
the pinback, written, generally, by
hen-pecked husbands, who prefer to
sell their influence to buy favor at
home, and then slip out and steal a
peep, rather than buy a now bonnet oc
I lore It, I lor It, toil who trill irall
jit me for loving the pin-back itjrl.
Tho printer mauo mo say .a great
many things in my last that was not
intcnuca, anu, u mouse occurs again,
especially in them two linen of poetry,
you may have to open a new box of
I -nx.ous to know why "R,
yr Spring Lick man, used tho plural
form in writing of himself, but I think
I solved tho problem when I counted
the personal pronouns in the account
of tho doer hunt, and found forty-seven,
This many cap ft would bankrupt the
Cat and polixbed from- the "Real Stone."
a diamond). Being harder than the glwj.
Une pair earefnllr inited to Tonr erowii.
Une pa r eare.n. y ini ea io yoar eyes-WW
presenting the iuht almost unimpaired til
Our El-Vocal Spectacles are Jiir oM -pl
near by enJj one pair bthrg-reiuire. To per-
C. P. BARNES & lino., Optleeirr.
(Lonisrille Hotel Block.) LooliTilfe, Kr.
iixii r.3teKcyr, ir. 1. nut.
xcuetrv it nrxiw
jkTroBXEra& counsellors a.tljj?
TnirprKCticeiit Otle and adiotnlnpcaaatiei ,
and i tbv Couxl ef Appeils et Centn'fcr. '
F. P. 3IOUGAV
ATTORNEY AT JA IF,
fOSce-weite4 eoutaems on Iiardnick. i
Will practice fn-Inferior snxl superior courts
of this eonrmonwealtk-
Secial BtUnsiaB. gire so- eaeee- in bank-
r- Xnrrirm boo f xannaer, and wt I
thr depositions corree;y wiir be ready i
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OJBee oa Market street, over JUair'i tin'
jmi s. rosu.
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ATTORNEY AT ZAWito
aadBia) Citato Ait,
Troswt atteertlnB iHre. Uten eeUssiIon e! .
claims. Will bay, nil, se,or real hat
alairalpeiflleiiiM riaeeiakU Ural. WUt
wriii oai, hjqmm(ii. iuhi, ii,.hi !
tl I Ibtlsf and paying taiti aa haai
0Bia to Bi-miilii,
(TeriMiry Coualy Jtig,) ' "
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.,
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1 ibJ tBadHBltiearii at IW Mb JudlileUU
trial, ftu lMiiMU.Uiilaai1jiiuuililliiUiB
VTALttKH all 11UHHAH1I,
A2T0RNMY8 AT iiW'
AND KUk IIU1I IB lift,
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ATTORNEY AT LAkWt
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Froapt attention clrea to tba totleellea.al
claims. Office In the courthonie.
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