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HABTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY DECEMBER 8, 1875.
' Jo. P. Baxirrr Jt Co., Pnblitheri,
For the Hartford Herald
Dr VttLUAX I.A.VOXT.
Bright and beautiful as May,
Arc ray Jennie's 'etn,
.Brilliant as the lingering ray
Of night's queen.
Li Ire1 the flush of morning light,
'In the orient seen,
Are her cheeks, with rosea bright
My own heart's queen 1
Silken tresses fall around
Neck of snowy white,
Music rings in every sound
Of her footsteps light;
ma she sings with utile
longitudinal, square-shaped perpen
dicular, two degrees south by four(
west, extra strong, sling together and
squash up, pull-back dress invention
which X nm selling for only $1. Ladies
call me a '
'Hold. oh 1' ahouten the husband and
father, 'untjl I call ajr other daughter,
and he waltzed out of the room, and're
turned with the hired girl and the
You see, ladies,' began the agent;
fthis is a flop-over and stand-you-up
magical, tragical, two strings to the
right one in center invention for pull
Ing back yoflPsklrtsV -lind Jte -went on
For the Hartford Herald. ' for Tialf ah "Four, during winch time
the husband slipped over td the next
house. and induced the inmates to come
over and hear the agent talk. He re
turned with six women and four chil
dren, just as the agent was winding up
for the fourth time. Escorting one
person into the room at a time, he had
the agent to tell each one about the in
vention. He stationed a small boy
out in the hall, with a lead pencil, who
was instructed to make a mark on the
wall every time the agent repeated his
story. -The stock he had brought in
was exhausted about noon, -when ho
sent 'a messenger around the ward to
send in the neighbors, and the agent
was kept telling his story without in
termission until near midnight.
As the sun disappeared behind the
western horizon, the agent began to
show signs of fatigue, but the husband
was as fresh as ever. Eleven minutes
'Its thernueic,oL&, heart,
..,wFrqm etbjm clouds free
BEAUTY AND HONOR.
Br Dil Crow.
Beauty decks the visage,
But honor crowns the soul;
Beauty hides the real faults,
And mystifies the whole.
Honor, as' a crystal stream,
Reflects the gems that lie
"Within the soul, and softly beams
As stars within the sky.
Beauty is a fickle thing
She leads the heart astray,
And many are in sorrow left,
"Charmed by her glittering ray.
But Ilonor, spark of heavenly lore,
EHulgenl, gleams alone,
And now and then a wanderer
Will claim her for his own.
lJeanfy, mist of morning dews,
All pacs away with youth;
But Honor grows, expands wjth age,
And hlofsomo into Truth.
Talked IIIiBNcirto Death.
He got off the morning train the to tfd . who had just
other nay ana meanaen up inn me for the twohun.
m nnrl ctnnnArl i fWmt nf filial ...
... ""7 dred and sixteenth time, looked up
looking residence on Munsoi, street A of tWn
lie opened tue gat, wa.Kea up to me - - hugband the
liuur. UI1U uuiicu tuo -ix;ii xu a wu
ment it was opened and he stepped
quickly inside. 'You see he said to
the astonished girl, 'Imuch prefer to
do my talking upon the inside. It is
so unpleasant to hare the door, .closed
in one's face when only half through.'
He walked into the parlor, and the
frightened girl wcatjo inform her mis-
tress that a sewing-machine man, orF . . ; h
Ixwk peddler, had gained access to the L 1 be found, as they had all
house. The lady entered the room, oa excursion. The husband
arid was greeted by the young man of heari thig wa9 in despair, but he had
cheek as follows: the airent to repeat the story to him a
"They call me a blowing the ladies ple of mes a couple 0f times to
boy to run half a dozen more persons,
for he thought he could finish the
agent now in about an hour and a half.
The" boy left' to rouse up the neighbor
hood, to find half a dozen who had not
yet heard the story of the 'invention.'
When he was absent, frequent stimu
lants had to be given to prevent the
. from faint inc . Shortly thn hoy-
mttttml EflMMltttir:ltttlMSL I""-0 a 1,tde t,me becorae acquaint
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 29.
Editor Herald: If A. B. H.
finds so much to excite his' wonder and
ed with the distribution. One cannot
get into a mail car and perform the
duties of agent in an hour, or a day;
if he does moderately well in a month
he will succeed admirably. The rail
way mail service is getting to be one
LETTER FROM. SPRING LICK.
A Wary eTHIst Owttt.
Jndge McManama has a way of (fin
ing ihinffl rt.relj hw e?WBV- A farf
(Tnys ago the-trustees of theGlncioMtf
Southern Eailroad' were presented be-
do and I am. madam. I dm a labor
raving benefactor to the whole sex.
I have a little invention -which I am
introducins a perfect little Rem. It
the boy aud once to himself. A hen
he had finished, he was so far exhaus
ted as to be unable to sit up.
A fiendish smile stole across 'the fea-
i., madam a Email silver plated gilt turcs 0f thc husband as he said:
point concern, which will allow you to .young niaf I have hoped for this
wear the new style pull-back dress as inomentt I uave been haunted almost
easily as the breeches.' to death by agents. The last man that
. 'What do you 'mm sir? demanded came amg swiudIed ,ne out 0f $2, and
the lady. I then took a terrible oath I would be
No longer madam, will you have to reveilged up01l tIie next maa that at-
takeyour meals off from the mantel- to 8educc rae. Know, then,
piece. You can sit down as a-ily t have induced these persons, who
as in the old style barrel shaped hayc 1Latcned to your eiccc, to
dresses. .When you travel you won't j m. tum ffn
have to lean up agamst the water-cool- n fc Y(ju
cr, nor sit on the sharp edged seat arm. to ieath Thmk heavcH) t
The little tnvenuon which wdl thus 8UCMeded b my rcveDge. You
facihtate your movement, retails for canliv,rl)ut a few mornenta longer
only $1, It is called the semiscylmder x .
douUenpIex, non-conductor magical ,
puu-uacs uutCcr -luu," The agent braced himself up against
opened his satchel and took out a half . . . .
1 , , , , , ., the side of the room, a glass of water
I MJ I.airiTAn MMvnA--! Anil Ctltil I
.n .; v Ji li ... was given him, and he began:
r. .t .r" ... .. )UU 'You see. I have a double-du.
etirts Uiis ttuasiraung wun nis coat t
tail), and when you desire to sit down Plcx
pull the right hand string, which you And he was dead.
can have come out.in your pocket, and The coroner was summoned, an in-
loldown you ccutly float until you quest held, the jury returning a ver-
reack the chair. If vou desire to cet diet that the deceased came to his
into a carriage, drop the invention by death by too much circumlocution of the
pulling this string, ut your foot oil jaw, aud they contributed their fees to
the snrinir. and vu'll find vourself in the husband, and caused a diploma to
.w, : T.wnf be awarded him as a testimonial of
The ladv sailed her husband to sec lhe B00 he liad done the public
the invention, and the scent exnlained Any one now Pass5nS 3Iunson strcet
its working tOjhim. As the husband's
e'e fell upon the agent, a wicked
thought passed through his brain, and
he determined to be revenged.
'This is a new invention,' began the
agent, 'to enable ladies to draw back
their skirts much tighter than at prc-
ndicule in the quiet precincts of the 0f the biggest things, in this country,
free State of Grayson, where the good all the mails now heme distributed on
people with primeval habits, incor- the cars, each car leg in fact a disj
T-..ntiwt Ytv ifntnnt. with tViP rrnn trvlf?V .:u..:n TJ n A 1
. j cj" y i biiuuiiug x. vy. uj. Aiakax vsir ur
go about doing unto" others tc., in a railway post-office distributes mails for
neighborly way, what would he say of route agents and offices, the route
the customs of a higher civilization agent separating for Ms local offices,
wliere people ride in their fine car- The Louisville and iavilleR. P. O.
riages witliiKvcriedjeivaritsd-iot- -ir-jsniio neck of a funnel through
oftheiatelligence and integrity of" Our which all the mail from the North and
people," the purity of the ballot box, East is poured into the South. It
the right of suffrage, that glorious boon pours in through Cincinnati, Indian
vouchsafed to thc free American citi- apolis, St. Louis, and comes to this
zen, a boon that cost blood, but now round in a mass where three clerks at
fostered for .filthy lucre, what would tack the pile, and then papers and
he say of all this? What would a loy- letters that have traveled together
al subject of a well regulated Mon- from New York or Boston must part
archy say or think of our institutions company, and by the time the train
if he could, drop into a crowd of free- arrives at.Bowling Green, the entire
men on the street corner and listen to mass is distributed, the papers put into
one of them tell of thc rascality of a tie sacks and the' letters into lock
prominent candidate, and how, if he pouches, and labeled to forty or fifty
by any means comes into power, the different route agents, besides the prin
affairsofjthe city will suffer, detailing c;pai offi 8Uch M New Orleans,
a long lisUf evils that will inevitably jacks0D Mississippi, Shreveport, &c.
follow, urging them to look well to Coming North the order is reversed,
their dearest interests, and divesting all those different agents and post-of-their
minds of all prejudice, go to the fices in the South send their mail en
polls and exercise that sacred privilege masse to the R. P. O., where it is dis
traught with the blood of patriots and tributed and forwarded to the different
handed down to this generation in lines and cities in the North and East,
order that they might guard their lib- Such is railway mail service, hard work
erties with jealous care, and then watch and study is required, and no drones
this same liberty-loving blood sucker can succeed. Citoyes.
go into the closet and arrange for the
nnvment of a number of the UllDurchas I FROM BEAVER DAM.
able freeman? Such an one would be
apt to look upon our mode of govern Beaveb Dam. Ky., Dec 6.
ment as a conundrum hard to solve, We haveeen waiting for something
and so it is. Here is a creat city of of thrilling importance to occur, that
over one hundred thousand people, in we might have an interesting.letterfoi;
a furor of excitement over the pend- the Herald; but, sad to say it cometh
inff election, bettinc their money by not to our ears.
the 810,000, and ready to fight if any Bumor has given credence to the re
man will tread on the tail of the coat Prt that numerous marriages are to be
..... m m a. cnlrtmn itas! 4li ? mtntn !- 1xta Xa
It is demoralizing the whole city, ana '.""T ... . IT Vj -- 4..-'F-
all things ustHrive way. beibre'the- U0UUUUI' 1Uf llW gScbt'g
nrrA. If onlv the interests of the movement through the whole country
MhJUoi tt.nSr.'mm1ifitn friends has converted man touhe belief that
were at stake, we might expect a mod one can live cheaper than two,
erately fair election, but when it is Drummers are becoming numerous,
known that thousands, and perhqps almost every tram leaving trom tnrec
hundreds of thousands of dollars, are to a dozen in our town; they are ofler
staked on the issue, it is reasonable to mg goods of every character at less
annnnsn thnt.nri nipnnsfsiir or foul will i than granger prices. They sell too
be left unused by cither party to cam cneap, out men tne gooas are mr au-
the privilege. If any of your readers ferent from the quality they used to
want to put up a little, and would like sen, it taices tour aresscs now to wear
to bet on the iudgment of a disinterest-, 9 long as one used to and more, but
ed spectator, let them bet on Baxter, peop10 aont tninKso.
lwonMcn 1m 7a in flirt linnrla crrvv? Mrs. E. M. Miller, consort of W. S.
and thev will win if there is ailller. nna 'augnter ot inoinas u.
J - l . ,i , j . x
vusuii, ueceaseu, ueparicu mis me un
i . wi 1 r. i: :
J mnnthq with pnnsitmntmn Mnnv rp.
i ji. i.... :c e r J
tnts juugmem. wiu lose, uuu 11 y I Tntivra nnil frionrU mnnrn Urlm.
your friends act on it and win, as they Q p . ... , w H.
are almost sure u, uo, you uuu c.tuu. tt Tn.. nti.r nn ;,,npfla nF ... nn j
three weeks respectively, are couvales-
lumber. He reports trade dull in the
umber business, and prices for all
sort3 of lumber except walnut, at a low
ebb. The latter he says is in very
any power m money.
N. B. No back talk
Misses Lelia Addington, Mattic Ber
ry and Belle Barnes were visiting our
town last week, and we trust enjoyed
lhe long looked tor lottery money
share, Mr. Editor, as informant,
I met Dr. "W. J. Berry and Uncle
Josh Render, from your county, in
the city the other day, and they
seemed to have enjoyed themselves
hugely while here lhe Dr. is one
flint rrnM rn thn Inct ditrMi nun thnn
fa" t, , i i.j . .. A 1:
t.flra linnlr OihIa fi immnpr nt I Inifi I e
. e . .. , . , rapidly disbursed by the commissioner,
vinnrv fnlkR kaiv in thecitv Inst wnok. I r J J
j j , . , , , . , , .
but I learned that they got scattered WIUU c
Wl.!l..tm.!nr.tl,p!hr. n,l Hnm fnll sll0Ut for J-V when the? SeC thc hun
t J' - I j.i .in i it. i.; . .1 .
early in the acbon. Some were car-1 ,w . ...
ri. r: 1 a i: t tr i ii.i
in particular, an old veteran, bandaged I .
. . ,i . , , . on us the other day; he reports all well
Ilia fi-irwta wit it n hnrfAtpaH rmrmont I . '
, .... , , , . in Egypt, and darkness being dispelled
aud folding a sleeveless gown about t, -A -m- r ? i i
him, silently stole away, while a few,
can see a sign hung on the front door
of a fine mansion", which reads;
c., . a- ion XJe n
jfangled, drawback and squeezes togeth- without comment
er, new mod tu operandi. Ladies say I M1 h k
The other day a Vicksburg father,
finding it necessary to reprove his son,
gently said: "Don't stuff victuals into
vnnr mouth thnt wnv. mv son: Geortre
x j .t n .1 i J j j o
cm, auu, uiuie suiue uuie, auuu u.u... Wnshinrrtnn rli.ln't Put nftsr thnt fash.
tO m aown. u is caiieu uie ii.gu- , TlG . nccente,l the renroof
, and after pondering
rnmnrkwl to himself: "And
am a lauor-savme oeneiacior, uiai j. t .... fj,wirn
... . I 1- fa
am an everlasting Iickcd hIs j.. for gndin a jttie 0f
'Wait ! shouted the husband, 'please wMgky ; thc shed whcn he wag hunt.
Kir.'u ll i'.v'ev ing aftcr a liorscslioe, either."
The agent did so. ...
. Why, that would make a good hay "Henry, why dou't you keep a sup-
hoister.' ply of cloves in your pocket?" 6aid an
Yes,? answered the agent, 'but it is Albany young lady to her escort nt the
more particularly designed, fqp ladies.' Opera House recently; "you wouldii'i
The husband sent for hi daughter then have to run out' after every act
topxamine the invention. and I don't see why you are so awful
!Thy3 is a new unparaflehHl, upright, I win) of clove anyhow.
rather promptly filled my' reports, and!
T ..... a I. 1 , . , . I
Sprino Lick. Ky.. Nov. 29. A waB a JllIIC reanui UMl mJ wsl nm
The all-absorbimr' tonic of conversa- "busted" tbe rress but have ascer-
tion amomr us at this time is. tobaccc. tained that 5t dd not aPPear mia& M '
As yet, no sales have been made of any Pten yf to a crowd of other nwt- . nd . ofGnrmntr
material importance, but the prospects tcr' and othfP m the 5 obstructing the-turnpike-read' from.
are favorable for a brisk trade in this I cun.cow Vfafmt WilliamstoWWhUier
articleofproduc.io.,,i.,a very short gM S m.y know their ,iad prrrcBased for 830,000, maP We
time. Itis supposetl that the price "V were PW fcarinj: up. at fab plfeflsurc The-
will range from hve to six dollars per
.. . . . . ... weJllwve lately been nut.in rjassable . '
this place, recrivcu one crop last weeK .. . - . as pvhen they tiertared they coaia?.ge- no
or which they paid fix dollars for . ' ..... I ground for mrjlctnK35t -10
eaf, and four dollars for lugs. ZLS. "Mr. CftA. ntrr-np h.nfi
Messrs. 'A. G. Rowe & Biairm " 7;w5?'-t Meach amtheHriorferjyT,
start for Louisville about the 10th of "ir- J I"0" nas ,oee" PfS CourtshoBted the e5fTge, imtfbVdloV
next month for the purpose of pur- Pes for t,n,c fr0Ia OfaSanftutkrm!.
chasing an entire new stock of dry down the river. adjourned" the regular terra ofGcWtj
goods, groceries, and, in feet,- every- Jlrs- xaniei, uaugnwr ana son, nave' & 8p$cIal i. f utxt darMd
thing usually kept in a first-class coun- returned Irom Louisville. a special grand jury sworn, irstrocted
try store. Theirnewstoreisnowcom- Mr Montague, ofCalifornb, isvis them-severely as tohrenuirenraft f
pleted except some inside painting, iting his brother. Judge Montague, of themr wrote-out the indictmeuto,.. toofe.
which they will have done this week, mis pace. Jie seems to be a pleasant them into the- grand jury mssvjc
Mr Strasburger who has a saw null gentleman, and- can interest one high- made the ibrtawav stw lfos aai re
near this place, has just returned from My with h descriptions of the "Golden port tbem to the Court '
Louisville, whither he went a few day State. N. Roblew. To one not versed m the lawv -t6
ago to make engagements for a lot of jrarBOStCT. loots like a very high-handed way , fl
transacting business. .'t
Trom the Vraokfort'SeMMa'-
"Ttrenty years ," missed1 an oHl Paxirv Bowling Cfreen; ahd'Morgaa-
maid. oof? rrW wmtpr p.vpnintr in shp I field have erch & sulendid f!niwt.rTnnu-
great demand, and a good article will gat jD tbe M her that cost $125,000 apke.
command h,ghly remunerative VU. Andir3Btfifc- A
1 1 t e t.-j . .tWL
c uinscw wuer jureueuu, r 1... p-:,W rsnLJS
v o 1 wniio sitrt (irmT rrrmriifTnfi-iiir at hor
wouId-De horse thieves were caught on 5jjc (
place not long ago, and- thirty-nine an ol(lrrav 1 onlv The C&cmnaU'papewdec&se note-
ashes were well "laid on" their backs, . ,,1:,,-. i, w the utmost eeafidnee-tw th,-n.
after which, they were released and "Ahraershe jjghed, "Yes, just UerrmgthrcflCiJwntiaatfto.
allowed to go on their way rejoicing. twent a te nisht-what rtan- Chattaaewa ever thor eosra.trjd:
We have been unable to ascertain the ra ove m rife - t, ,uthern nllrod.n withia W ,tw
names of any of the parties. Br; ht M rf . f fifteen month thb date-Decem-
Several car loads of lumber and t am now what the wor(1 artnu ber2.1875.
hoojr-poles were shipped from thU place Uaidoffortv. Butcan IaHowmrJ s.....
laSl WeeX. I oolf tn rTn-f.ll nrr. tUni.u r(...l.
It is evident some iUesigning per-1 - aM T... t. t , that theitoyal Oeograph-
.. 1 J n n - 1 . m. I'WiHArv map nrMm . k.ah mm.
person attempted tha morning to.cause deemed healed haye U(kea
a wreck on the rad road by-throwing ftnd the iceQa j fc .
huge rails, and old cross ties on the . ve . . -to
, j j
track m several pLices between here 0hj to bury my ocj m the
and Caneyvillc It is to be hoped LireamofLeth e. cxtraetinfffrom H all
. . 1
I ioJ fSociety met again to loner ifr.
f Stanley for ha seeeessM Afi-tcan ei
ploratiee. Speakcis. 'dcrfaared there
wrjothingmtfe gtft rf tlrr sociefy
toohagh ferhs rewgrd, d3je-"deserv-
Icd xeteptw ta hk niiiT-inra.-tlih
the evil one, and that justice will be Vain wisher I am; for tha past can
meted out to him.
- never be wholly buried
nlil Bnrllno-rMi TTnruf wlisn tipw'Si-
m oblivion. . , A ..c "
VOVSTX CONVEX I ,-'ue gllm-B "e iace mat nave , .
TION striven to fonret have ruinl mv fwl-l J
o j t.
AUubaa Joan of Arc ronrmaarfe s.
Met with Rock of Safety Lodge No.
14, I. O. of G. T., at Hamilton, Ky.,
Nov. 9lh 1875.
Two-thirds of the babie bero -ia
the Dr. and Uncle Josh among them,
iicld out to the bitter end, and were
overpowered but not conquered. The
Dr. will soon go to Frankfort, I sup
pose, and if Miss Sallic don't watch
him he will 'take up another coop of
game cocks with him. For the in
formation of any interested parties, I
will state that good shirts can be
Rev. E. M. Crow delivered a fine
sermon at Goshen to an appreciative
Business has been active during thc
past few weeks and still improving.
Pt. Pleasant. Ky., Dec. 6.
Editor Herald: The grange and
farmers of this community met some
"Pussy," and she gently stroked the detachment of the rebel army.
the cat's head, "Pussy, my only com-heads thc insurgents in pesseo, dressed
The Convention was called to order panion, and truest friend, listen to the Uq s riding habit, sad mounted oa
by Bro. S. W. Roll, President. The sad story of my youth:" . fine horse, and k as brave as a lion.
first business was the election of offi- "1 had, as most every girl of sixteen Should she fall into the h of.the
cers: uros. uen. JNewton, 1'resiuent; has, a lover, and one on whom 1 be- fiendish Smnkrrfc- of the "RnmaX ar
C. McK. Hamilton, Vice-President; I stowed the purest of human affection. I Santiago de Cuba stripe, a worse; &te
Jno. M. Torrance, Secretary. The With him the world was an earthly tun mortvrtm aLtrw taV twoka
fresiuent men invitea uro. vjt. vtr . 1 raraaise; wueu separaiea, 1 areamea her.
Bain, P. G. W. C. T., to the chair, who and thought only of him. Thus fourl
annninted the several committees and years sncd bv oinrolden wincrs. On I
started them to work. Bro. B. is a. my birth day, completing my twienti-1 816 hoys.
whole souled Good Templar and. a cth year, he was to lead me to the An a,,,, was; boasting to
worker- alta', Yankee that they had a look m the
The committee on credentials report- "So implicit waa was my confidence Mu3eum TM 0wn'edby
ed fourteen delegates, whose reports that nothing would have shaken my Q-lcer0 ojJf ain't nuthin "'re
were favorable, trust Ah 1" and she heaved another ted'the Yankee; "m the museum
The committee on the state of the deep sigh, "little did I know the ter- at Bortfag there got the led pencil
Order reported as follows: We find giversation of human mind.. Neither Noah to checkoff the'l.
that several Lodges have gone down, had I a guardian angel to whisper in mak that went into the-ark." "
but we believe there is enough, if they my ear that I was laying my heart on ...
were rallied together, to re-organize so false an altar, had I, when the shock IttooktheAtlantacoastitutiontorefer
every Lodge that has gone down in the came, it would not have been so severe, to that beauteous new Jerusalem whre
county, so we must take courage and I was adorned on the evening set for "the beauteous forms of pin-back
goto work and ask God foasslst us and my marriage in my wedding apparel, angels flit among the streets."
bles3 our efforts; and, ifGodisonour awaiting the coming of my then sup- A vincennes, Ind., man and his
side, what need we care for thescoffs posed future lord. But he never came 1 wife after a 8tand upfigh't' of an; hour,
and sneers of the opposers of Temper- Only a wee note of his illness reached congd to call it "a draw." 'She
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ance. We also recommend that the mu. iw shuck, waa muevu icmuic drew about six handfuls of hair but of
convention system be kept up, also that wounds were made in my heart that hh h
each Lodge will appoint a committee to can never be healed. ForyearsI dare ,
visit the Lodges that have gone down, not look on the face ot him, but uwnght Aaverusing pays, a oieuo win
and build them up; we also recommend the temptation was irresistable. I advertised for a servant girl, and one
that the Chair appoint a County Dep- looked, and the past came rolling back ot his three wives Knocicea at we uoor
utv to see to that work. Bro. S. W. like some great avalanche, almost con-
Roll was appointed Countv Deoutv. sumiug my being. Friends and rela-
and Ave hope to hear of good work, tives have departed to their lar-off
Lodges that have gone down may ex home, leaving me alone to mourn over
pect a visit from Bro. Roll. Newton my fate. The world calls me fastidi-
Lodgo No. 410 was selected as the ous, cross and ugly. But, could they
nlacc of holdincr the next convention. " Lift the vail
in less shan five hours after the paper
bought tor 5.1 ou. opeaKing ot shirts, time since and formed a tobacco asso-
there was a mystery unearthed in the ciation for the purpose of having their
upper part of the city a day or two tobacco classed, prized, shipped and
t'Ilf . 1 il . T .1 I iv
ago, wnicn diqs iair 10 equal me uainan sold on their own account. 1 lie asso-
mystery of New York. While cleans ciation first rented L. M. Patterson's
ing the house and moving furniture, a large and well appointed tobacco house,
shirt saturated with blood was found situated at Point Pleasant, on Green
behind an old bureau, and how it river, for one year for the sum of $200.
came there is the mystery. The in- They also elected H. J. C. Linley their
mates of the house claim to know agent, who agrees to pay rent, furnish
nothing about it. The detectives can hogsheads, class prize, ship, sell, and
now have a bloody shirt case to work pay over to each member of the associ
on at home. at'ou the proce3 f h'3 tobacco for
t " , . . . tt seveutyfive cents per one hundred
I notice a complaint 111 the Herald With the Wcll known integ.
of week before last iu regard to mail rfty ofMr. Linley, as well as his ex
irregularities. I suppose the cause is pcrience and skill as a tobacconist, we
owing to the fact that new agents have n,ay reasonably expect to realize all our
, , , 1 , tobacco will brmir 111 the Louisville
been pkiccd 011 your road, and they re- market J P R
. 1 . 1
1 .iinii -n t iof rrjni Hie iiiutien recess ea oi iht boui.
ana nm ana in 01 xeoruur, la.o, . finJan.ui.h there untold.'
Our meeting was a very pleasant one, A iianusome youth being questioned
Jiro. liam rteiivereu a puniic lecture ai b th stlish lad to his occu-
A young man employed on Com
merce street is six feet eight inches
high, and weighs a trifle over a hun
dred pounds. They judge by his ap
petite that he 'a hollow dear down, and
think of amputating one foot and using
him for a stovepipe Nbrundi SeUdut.
Babies are not named Henay Ward
night, which resulted in twelve names pation, replied that he was "au adjust- as much as they used to be. but they
toRockofSafetyLodge. Nine joined er of raovaWo alphabets." He was are still famous for paroxysms of true
that night, and seven or eight since. 8;mpiy a printer.
bo our enorts were not m vain, w e
hope to see a goodly number at our A young lady on answering her lov
next convention, as a good time is ex- er's letter, wrote thus: "I chewed the
peeled. Jno. M. Torrance, Sec,
When a stranger asked a Detroit
girl, whom he met at a party, if she
was married, she promptly-replied:
stamp all to thunder, for I knew you Lot auite. but I've sued three or four
licked it" Lt,.tw fnr l.rwvh of nromlse "
A strantrer kissed a La Crosse irirl A Granee cotton Factory in or near
by mistake, and was then licked by Natchez, Miss., is proposed, with a
J . , ' . , , - capital of $60,000 in $25 00.
her two brothers for being mistaken.
He then deliberately kissed her for be- The probability is that Grant will
dence from that paper, but I am glad inS who 6ne ahd ww ,ickctl for precipitate. the country in'o a ; war t ifr.
to say the fault is not mine. I have """B &p.un.
LETTER FROM CROMWELL.
Comwell, Ky., Nov. 30.
The readers of the Herald will
perhaps expect some apology by me(?)
for the late absence of my correspon