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-. -i "W. 3?. W.A.X.TOIsr, iMTiiK xpi'fifrSlrfnn IIIHMN1.M MaaIIEH. . rimMs-ei ' IX AMARLT IX AIIVAKtIH. laetwpr. one im i inil.'l .MM )MCVr,(l peeeilka..... . I Mi rn Cwr-lee, eue rear . II fi AdceMli1ngretee.fafM.hedoarrpllratfon. ItYIUlOVIIOttl.t Tho fdlloJrlnfl wl.t6l iifr6iii MhoN Ammtnn fWuto"nSvwH,n .l.'lrfr? iSM jVMr.fcVTOoi'" fe nV i.ndoul.ic.1 veracity. WHWIoof Jonu-r, 18,0, wm. light. titi l.y- rcti In lid n man fif lii.ilAiililr.1 arrant-. t,.l l.t. alatrmrnl cm ll.rrtn.ro Iw re - , . ,. . ..... . . - - "'rfl,,. .. I .i i. I ..,.,,- ttnArr Vfltt Im iiilatfaMlnl III ttu nrltitl on the ilivo aulji-ct. Mint lnon know ol ll.li trrriblediirniAbj toll. inony; n lew know of It l.y oUcrviv lion, nl fearr itill liy cicricnce. I Iwlong In tliclat namnl clam nnJran Jlc from knnnlnlgr; fur tha cloao contact of, pirroiml cxerirnre rItct iii knowledge ofll.e m( ccrtnhifort Anil, .7r.i1iofl.lnff hit oroVue Lir "nil iilijvwt-iloin which Uckn fxperi- ence,' tlmn In tlila rry discivo of which I am to irrak. It ii MS unlike every other hyticnl ditente, that there u notlilne to which it ran I comnar- eil l.y way of illutratiun. Hut U the to hii home, and finding that the (en facta ciiig nn hi plantation nai pulled A i Hated in the AVrwc of Feb. '.'', I down and burned by wagi.nera iailni; I va on the 7lh of that month, a'aloiifj from the Valley to lydimond, in uni of liy'roi!iobia." I naiilrick-l ho determined to detect and puniih en down on the evening uf Feb. G, . them. One cvenitii; he observed n lJurmj liio.dy priviouu. tl. allnek 1 lUiTrred from irritahlencM. inflam matioc of the eyes, ihirp paint in the upper portion of the ttomach and foreboding! of evil. Hut I nai buny writing, and did not m'jxct the rauio of inch ymptonii. About T oclock in tl.o evening, and whilo I wai lit tiugat lupper, on theoppoaito thle of the table, ng1n.i of water aa jaiureil out, which I aaw and heard. Imme diately tlicrp,wai an uniirrviuir. terri ble icniailoiir which' rtrVo from tl.ci region iT the itotnarh, ami nhicli i-an not Im letter ileribed than to ray, it frft o i ilrafA iraa in etrry feature of i'f il I got up from the tahlo nt once, luipecting the diteae. Afirr a min ute or two I walked out duor, and upon recovering aomewhat, I deter mined to test the matter by pumping n bucket ol water. Hut I had only locked into n bucket eontaiuing water when the furmer, nctive, terrible aymptonu returned in nu intcmifleil degree. I turned from the water un nerved, trembling and filled with anx ious, throbbing jcoiatiojii that arc titnply indescribable. I walked to the door and thought, 'It'll hydro- phobia." After a few minute I Kiit fur Dr. ndward Singley, n retirtil Thompion iau phiriaii, who mime weeks Ik fore that date had piiblihel a theory of the right treatment uf that particular divide When hi- cauia he adiiptcd the filliiiiig cmirrc, aa recently pub lulled iner hixiwn -iguiiure: "Ku.etiea uf h.lx Im, strong infu non. two in twenty-four huura fur two dayt; quo Jay. after, that. In tho interval ltweenthejn.Tliomjou'a third preparatWn of lobelia", onrf' lea rpoontul every two hours; nr,vas an accesiihlo iultittite for it, one tea spoonful ef this strong infu!i6nwlth thtiame quu'ntity of tincture of rapai cum or cayenne pepper, may bo given. After the tcoond einctic tho IkiwcIs were thoroughly evacuated with castor oil, to which nai added a lew grains of leptandrin lo increase its cliicienry; hot bricks at tho feet, and above the knees a strong ten uf icuttellaria, or, skull cap, oi a valuable nerve tonic; the linen ami iheoli clmuged twice in twent) fuur huura the first two das, and nnro a ilj1 after tiat the, piticnt wtll ruhlieit and the room well venti lated." To tho above, Dr. Single;' added In hl published statement that "in most eases the spasms will prevent drink ing, in which tho syringe will bo re quired, n very cflcclivo way of giving an emetic of lobelia, but one I would I . il i! I t .l.1 , , i i. i ! i illlllMa Mini aS.IV 111 (IU U3U44. UiHUUdl .. . .s.Jk ..A. . . a., wiiii picniy oi not iiuuis iiuring-ine operation." Dr. Singley was aislsted somewhat by I)r John Mullicrry, of the Eclectic .School, who approved thealiovo treat n.ent, but much preferred tho steam bah to the hot bnckme 1.0,1 of per- spiratloMVliniafely ?ay that ut.i.,Dr. bingleyagrecrwithhim. iwui piijsicians nan tueir piau oi treatment well matured before being called I havo been thus explicit in stating both the symptoms of the dUeiuo and Hi troatuient for t.rj reasons, first, that the old notion that hydrophobia is an incurable diseaso maybe aban donol, and tecood, that Ihemelhoil of trealment, which I know from expe rieuce to ba etficient, may ha known to many. Drs. Gun.ii,. l'alno and Cooke iu their medical works recommend mar oraboutthe aamg treatment as the above. AJltprak ol lobelia as the chi"l r-uiwlv, and cttrtaiuly itlias been ' ch.et ol uIiyiMl uieaiu iu curing me. I In ouiiolu'luu, I writoa lew refleo I lion on the sulijoct. Early m my ex. perinice with tuediseaati under con- sideratiun II occurred lo me that by drophobia is in soma respects like un ' rp i.i x rtcj VOLUiMK VI II. NUMBER 10. lo till In lUilraLiitiPCait rmilirn but n slight rontsct'wltli the tlitAse . . ' Y r T - " ln8 F"'1 """,;" (ion or jrrnwlli. 3. It U uncf rtniii In tl.o llmo of ill ilurrliinmrat; nml I ' . . . . (erof one's boinz. Mid dwtroys liolh ll.e iramr am iliiollitn to rwlit. In oilier ?inli, it n!lcM a rompltte tie tim o( tlio oiio It afflict. Fuel. .lis oiw U in. DaniiX PoMMrn. Krltnn,Cli.tcrCo.,I'. .1 llrvtntn frcii'Hlarriir. Manna "l It IircUtnl thatawuileThoi. Jtaiiilol.li wii jCJorerrior ofiVJrgi ho wi unco arrested within n few liundred jnrdt of hit home, in thU countr.anilcarrieilaprltoncrtoliiionn home. Tho itory Ii to tho fullowing cHt : Tho OoTernor was on a viit inrty g63n(ii"cnrnp t6u Ilia iujdiiJe, and niter dark he strolled down to a point where bo could conveniently watch them. He staid all night, but the wagoners made no depredations on hia fence. In the early morning, however, when they were about lo kindlo tho fires to prepare breakfast, they started out to gather up what fuel they might find fur that purpoe, when they spied a man sitting on the Jci.eo a short dutancc ahead. Suvr it appear tliat n' short ifiiie before, Governor Itaudolpb hail issued his proclamation, r.Ocring a reward for (be capture of nn escaped horso thief, niul tho wagoners, who had seen the description of the convict, thought they discovered a c!co resem blance between the man on the feuce and tho escaped felon. So thorough ly satisfied were they that they would reccivo thu reward fur his arrest, that they approached and announced that he wa their prisoner. Or.o of them proposed, as ho cracked his wagon whip, to give hfm rt thrashing and then let lain go, Lutjiis companion prutcsteil that it was proper to ascer tain certainly 'whether Mis Has the guilty jiarly dwfor inflicting tho pun ishment, and propoaed to tako him to the residence of Oovernor Ilandolph, which was near by, and get his ad vice. Accordingly, they marched their prisoner up to tho house, and knocking at the front door, a servant made his appearance, of whom they luquircd: "Ii your mister at home?" Tho negro opened his eyes in aston- lshaient at (tho inquiry, andl replied, pvinUng : to, tho (Dqvernor a a ivp "Tliats master r It. il laid, that thn Governor then promptly confirnied .tho statement of the sorviuf, and Joined heartily In tho laugh that followed. He then told tho man who had proposed to whip him without the opportunity of de fense to remain outside and ho would send him a dram, at tho same time unbuttoning his coat, and exposing a pair of hone-piitols, and remarking that he should certainly have used them had an attempt been made to carry tho threat of caitlgatbn into execution. Tho other wagoner hu in vited, in tojuiu hi in iu.n hot broakfait. rCi.atlulUviiiu (Va.) Chrouicie. .l.,..J,H',i rf.e,Jf(iii ;! ffie, Colli Tooth. "The man with tho gold tooth" la at present the terror of tho frontier. Hii real name ii Middletun. Ho be gan bis career a an outlaw iu 1877, at Sidney, N'cbrnska, where ho killed a man in a dance houe, anil in the courUof winch place ho wa convict- i i r 1 ir l t t-r.l ll 1 tedof murder, u .iiiriiiiJiii.i.P1''" rk i-V.1 f ."'Ik ' ney, organize! a bin I of robbers plundered, burnt aud munlerod until tho Fall of 1S77, when ho wai lodged in jail, only to tunnel himself out w'itli a coal scuttle. Ke-organiittig with fifty men, he stole 3,000 bead of Uo r'bbe Sf.ft UerS Klkll0rn IeJ ,0 ,l0 i luduiu. lhu settlement 'on tot pursuit by a iquad of horsemen. Tho trail was followed fur tl.reo days, Ou tho morn iiig of the fourth day the Germain uuoke tu find their picketi munlerod and every bono stolen. In firing at Sherill Groncr in Keith's ranche, "the man with tha gold tooth" shot ooo of hii own fingers but escaped. He got his niyna from frout upper tooth mado entirely of guld. Hu is thirty five year old, ix fttet tall and wear a fierco black mustache, under which tho tooth ahlu&i lika a gr.tiu of corn. Two needle guns, fuur revolver! and two d.rks make up bis oruaracut. They wera walking hojue from a re htarsal. Said he: "Lovest thou me?' Paid she: "Thou kuowest I lovi thee!" Then they ineaaured uoaea, while the trees sighed, tho lake uiuruiuroed up- on tha pebbled beach, and tho moon sl.oue In loft iplendor -Vldetli. ' -V'"' f 1-raMntl.n In Hrpnnt I. frmhlrntlal I frfMrnUal t.lrr4lini The lVwIilfritiiil contest of 1870 wss not iy fcr from r!unRinK our conn .rvlnio civil wnr. It I. on. of U DeraocrMio ,. greatest claim tr in party greatest claims to merit that, while believing that ii had won the election, and that its candi date was fairly entitled lo hii teat, it ennvnted to lubmlt its claims to ar bitration rather than imperil the peace of tho country. Tho whole trouble on that occasion camo about through tha absenco of regulation. Had the two House jointly, under provision of law, or either House leparatelf under like provision, had the power lo ascer tain, ilrlarmina anrl rniini tha elivfo. , .v irgimanx voie mere twouii navo iccn no danger. Hut Ihe two Homes had no rule, neither Houso had definitely fixed powe.-, and each claimed In ef fect all the power. The danger was bridged over' by tho institution of Ihe Electoral Commission, and then uni versal expression wai given to the opinion that we could never again safely pass through luch an ordenl.and that the first duty that lay before Con gress and tho.copIe wai by law j constitutional amendment to to regu late the determining of tho electoral vote that we should not be placed in another such situation. The cam paign fur Ihe next Presidency has al ready opened, .vet Congress lias failed In tako any step to pmvide against tho danger up incurred in the last contest.' 'The only iupgetion against tho recurrence of danger is that both House of CoDgrcM ore under tl.o con trol of ihe same political party, nud that therefore there is no danger of colliion of authority. That sugges tion is laied Upon tho assumption an resumption too often true In prac tical politics that the contiolling ma jorities will certainly agree on what ever is the interest of the party, and that will be the controlling consideration of each liouc. Such an argument does not coutemplito equal and exact justice, and has very much the flavor of the "counting in" process. Ilcaidcs, It loses sight of the fact that the regular presiding officer of the Senate, who U charged by the-constilotlon with the duty of counting tue electoral vote, docs not lielong to the political party represen ted l.y the majority in the two Hous es. The greatest apprehension was oc casioned in the last struggle concern ing thli Very power vested In tho pre siding officer of the Senate, and it was the question that arose in regard to the scope of his power and authority, more than any other cause, that in duced acceptance ot the proposition fur tho. Electoral Commission. If the Vice-I'rciideut, presiding over the Senate, should in tho next count as sert all the power claimed for the pre siding officer on the last count, and bis course should not be approved by the majorities In the two Housej, it Is easy to tee that very serious trouble might result. His action would doubt less be lustalned by the executivo de partment of government, aud when such a contingency happens tho force of the executive can be overcome only by resort to physical force, and such a couflict means civil war. There Is a very great responsibility resting upon Congress in this rnatier, and amid the great mass of legislation thus far sought, no bill looking to tho adjust ment of tho Impending struggle for the Presidency bsx been pressed to the front, if it has ever been oflercd. If General Grant'should be one oi the candidates, and the presiding officer of the Senate should kick him and turn the government over to General Grant, there could be but ono result uulcsa tho Democrats, reported to arms, and were tuccejifulin, luchinn appeal, The Age. A superstitious: old Japanese wQnian holds probably tho most remarkable promissory note ou record. She was afflicted with gangrcue of her left leg, and after tryiug all known remedies iu vain, tho doctor was compelled to am putate it. 1 he old woman raise.! a loud outcry at this, saying that if the leg was taken away she could not use It in heaven when she died, but would bo compelled to hobblo about through all eternity. The physician, to allay her superstitious fears, drew up a promissory uoto, biuding himself to tako good care of the member during her life, aud her death to restore it iu ample time to afford her ill 'use In the world to come. Dill Arp says In the Atlanta CW tlitulion; "I)lesiug ou the chlldrea and the children'! children I How I do love to have 'em around and tee 'oru frolic, aud over and auon hear one )UII with a cut finger or s stunipad toe, or the baric kuocked ofT his hide sumewhera. What pity they hive to grow up aud ice trouble, aud be seat to the Legislature or Congress, aud there get a little behind Iu morals aud la money I Uut sufficient unto the day is tha evil thereof," Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., A Vrmltablm Inrrntmtnt, Not long ago there was an old man in Louisville who died several years on the western tide of threescore and ten. Ho wai an upright, church going, influential citlicn, a successful business man, and tho father of a family of bright and happy children. A short time before his death he lie camo Involved In lorno unfurtunnto business, by which he lost nearly all his properly. After he died It was naturally supposed that ho bad left his family penniless. What must have been their surprise when they found that he had left a will in which the following clauso appeared : "And I do give and bequeath to my dearly be loved children, Margaret and Augus la, Ihe mm of 811,562 now In the Hank, of Louisville, the tame being a urn of money which I accumulated in this manners Fifty yean ago, when I first started in business, initcad of giving alms lo any of ihe numer ous young mendicants who came into ray office daily, I determined to lav aido twcnly-fivo cents every day, as n kind of sinking fund, the whole of which I made a vow to nivo to the firit beggar under fifteen jears of age who had the originality to come lo me and tell mo any other story than that one which begins : 'My mother is sick and my little brothers and listers is cryin' lor aom'n .'rat,' etc. To this good day I have never had an oppor tunity of giving this money away, and through the dally additions and judi cious investments it has grown to the mm above named." Cour.-Jour. Snfr Jlritlrlnm. t A reader of tho Jlebrac Leader pro poses Ihe following remedy for the ills of the flftdi nnd spirit, composed of leave, plants and roots, which if taken without a wry face, will make any man respectablo and happy: Leave otf drinking. Leave oil smo king. Irfave off snuffing. Leave off swearing. .Leavo ou lying. Plant your pleasure in the home cir cle. Plant vour faith In truth. Koolyour habits in in Jin try. Koot you feeling In benevolence. Hoot your affections in God. For directions see the Holy Script ures, and beware of counterfeit creeds and quack theologians. If the money squandered for strong drink in this country was snout for clothing, furniture and such articles as make .amities comfortable and homes happy,, the increased consump tion of those articles would soon cre ate a demand that would set the idle manufacturing establishments in mo tion and givo employment to thou sands of men now suffering enforced idleness. That is what the country requires to restore it to prosperity. Young People's Comrade. Tho fivo span steel railway bridge over the Missouri Itivcr at Glasgow, Mo., is the first large bridge in this country built entirely of steel from nuts to girders. The American Bridge Company built it of steel manufac tured by the Edgar Thompson Besse mer Steel Works, but the steel was made by the A. T. Hay process. Thii consists of a decarbouiiing followed by a rccartiouizing of the iron, by which much greater tensile strength and elasticity arc secured. This kind of itcel allows of tho construction of a much lighter bridge than if made of wrought iron, and is not auected by frost or cold weather. Shmmcaoe. An old darkey caught a two-pound sucker one day, and was so well satisfied with his work that he lay down for a nap, with the fish be tide him in the crass. Another dar key camo along presently, picked up the tucker, and left a half-pound ono iu its place. When the first man and brother woke up, the first thirg his eyes sought was his fish, and it took bim some seconds to realize that some thing had happened. Then, turning his prize over and examining it all round he said: "Golly I how dat fish am swunked 1" N. Y. Tribune. "W. D. Hash has received another letter from Samuel Colliver, of Bain bridge, Iud., tu reference to the estate to which the ftev. A. D. Hash and his he'rs are entitled to through and by his mother's relatives. Mr. Colli. ver writes that tho estate consists of $9,000,000 worth of United States bonds and 8,000,000 acres of land. There seems to be uo doubt about the truthfulness of tho statement. Mr. Colliver is well knowu to many of our citizens, and Is a gentleman of un doubted veraclty.'-Wincheter Sun. Even iu telegraphing oue must ob serve the ordluary rules of grammar. A lady desired (o communicate by electricity to her huibaud In the city the size of an illuminated text which the bad promised fur the Sunday School room. When the order reach ed hi in it road "Unto us a child is born, ulna ft long by two feet wide." FltlDAY, MAY 9, 1879. Aral, nt in?. Young man, if you have a homo in the country, stay there. Don't help to overcrowd mo city, tity lite is a hard life especially at the present lime, when for every vacant situation there are half a dozen applicants. One out of every hundred in a city may Im able lo lay up a little money, and one out of two thousand may become wealthy; a small portion will live in comfortable circumstances; tl.o rest, even If they get and keep constant employment, are drudges, who work hard, get poor nay, besides being con demned to unwholsome diet, and to breatho foul air. In tho country very few men have an excuse for being wretchedly poor. The nation would be richer, happier nnd better if the excess of population in the cities would remove to fertile farms, of which there are an abundance, nnd engage In till ing the soil. It Is an occupation quite ai bonorablo as selling dry goods, and far more desirable than the drudgery or confinement of city life, that wears out the body before old age comes, and oilers no adequata wages to tut tain life in return. If you are wise, you will not desert the country. Chicago Ledger. a m a An Ai-KAiCAsittUR. The Siamese ape ii stated to be in great request among native merchants as a cashier in their counting bouses. Vast quan tities of base coin obtain circulation in Siam, ank the faculty of discrimi nating between good money and bad appenn to be possessed by these gift ed monkeys in such an extraordinary degree of development that uo human being, however carefully trained, can compete with them. Tl.o cashier ape puts into his mouth each coin present ed to him in busiuesi payments and tests it with grave deliberation. If it bo genuine he bands it to bis master; if counterfeit, ho sets it down liefure bim with a solemn giimace of displeas ure. His method of testing is regard ed in commercial circles as infallible. SniAf tub Kickixo Cow. When my patience becomes exhausted in coaxing aud scolding a cow, I put a leather strap around her body, forward of her bag and behind her bip bones, and bucklo it tight. Then she can do no barm; she will stand perfectly still; then you may loosen up.on the strap by degrees, and soon leave it ofl en tirely, fur she soon learns to staud still to be milked. Cor. Husband- mau. Riding on a railroad: Husband "You are quite comfortable, dear?" Wife "Yes, love." Husband 'The cuihlons are easy nod soft, ducky t" Wife "Yes, darling." Husband "You don't feel any jolts, pet ?" Wife "o, sweetest." Husband "And there is no draught on my lamb, is there, angel J" Wife "No, my own est own." Husband "Then change seats with me I An "Old-School Presbyterian'writea to the New York Graphic of the Tal mage trial as follows: "Holy things are caricatured, the name of God blas phemed, puns and jokes made on Bi ble quotations, alleged breaches of filth and trust blown about like bits of thistle dowu, and references to the most solemn duties and obligations of man greeted with shouts of laughter" An abttent-tnindod man weut to the jxjt-nffi tn mail some letters. He took Cut his keys, opened the box, placed the letters therein, locked the box, turned to the coal office and asked tho clerk if he had any oysters to sell, and upon being assured in the negative, put n match in his mouth and tried to light it with a five-cent cigar.-Derrick. It requires 300,000 cublo feet ofbe finest quality of pino lumber to ruak'e the yearly supply of lucifer matches fur the United States, and it takes 100,000 cords of fine hard wood to make our shoe-pegs. It takes 40,000,- 000 lies to supply our 00,000 miles of railroad. a He held up the old shirt by the neck ere discarding it forever; but he wasn't grieving for the garment, he only said, "I wish I had all the drinks again that have gone through that old neck-band. The man who will willingly pay a ten-dollar bet without grumbling, will go literally wild when he discovers that a twenty-cent piece has been palmed ofion htm fur a quarter. - m m Do uot stupefy your baby with Opi um or Morphia mixtures but use Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup which is alwaya rate and reliable and never disap points. All the liguen of the Declaration of Independence signed their names with nuill "pent except one; he signed bis WitheripooD. An exchange savi that Georgia rye grows saven feet tall, and comio' thro' tha rrl down tbir must be bard work. A iliianra l0ir. One of the orange sellers on the Campus Martins yesterday, found a bad specimen among his fruit and carelessly tossed it away. It struck an old woman in thn eyn, and aha made such a fuss over the accident that the man gavo her a dozen good oranges to go her way in peace. She had scarcely left, when n iharp look ing boy about twelve years of age slid up to the fruit seller and said : "Say, arc you going to hit any more old women to-day t" "Why, no not if I can help It,' was the reply. "If you are, give mo a chance,' continued tho lad. "Ill bring my mother down hero and you may hit her in lioth eyes fur half tho oranges you gave that other woman, and if J that isn't fair you can have a shot at dad and me." Detroit Free Pre.. A certain young' man of our ac quaintance, who, by the way, is a great talker, has been struggling ter ribly of late, trying to raiso a mous tache. His girl said to him the other evening, "U , do you know whyyou can not raise n moustache? "Ao. he answered. "Because vou don't givo your mouth enough ret." And now they don't speak. The St. Louis Common Council has been petitioned tn stop the ringing of church liclls, some of which are so ponderous and gloomy and In such continuous action that "real estate in their vicinity is depressed." "Wo are going but on tho tide," said a young mau to a friend, as be filed down the church aisle after a wel ding. "In that case," taid a lady in front, "you can afford to get ofl my train." A citizen oi this place tried the ex periment of hatching eggs by burying them in a manure pile. When bo took them out he had seventy-five cooked eggs. Frankfort Yeoman. Already the land is being convulsed with tho shrieks of tho housewife scaring her neighbors' chickens off the new sown onion beds. Lamps will this year. bo trimmed ns usual J J. & SON, 'p.o.stobb; YcuwlUfloJ. Stapla ao.kt-f.ntf' Oroci-rlm ul all klndi tt tha I a biota You alll find Orangta, Lrmoaa, lf Ifd Apple sad lVaehf.lPniBra, Mspla Bujir and ttocniauta at tba P. O. Stare. You will find Cnteno, Macearoal, Crtcktd Wbral, Itlta, Dried Itor and Caaoed OooJ. or firry de arrlptloa at the I'. O. More. You will find Garden lloia, Uakei, bpadtogl IV ka, Hoa and Ax lUodlea, at lh I. O. btere. You will tod I'-tlisn A Hroa, D. M. t'errjr A l'u.'a aadnrlNi.N-edlWaUardeuiwrdaallliar O. Store. You will dad a Biand-new Lat or flower rule, Irom the amatleat l<ie largest alee, at the I. O. store. Yoa wlltfladaioodaewrtiuentorNew Meee Hat ).rL at tha I'. O. more. .uu alllUod Ja.oul HIM Caft-e, Ilitvdio la H end eeveral other kind of Owe at the !'. ft. More. You will dud BlitJ abeare, IruDia bheera aud KalTea, tlraMKntrra aud laao Uowera at the I' U. Store. lou will dud aa a.urtuiettl4rl.rldlee-llllud and Hiding, Collare, Uauee, Uaiue felling and Trace Uitlui at tha 1. O. Mole. 1 ou will dud lleiup radios', rkagfaae and Coltoa lloie sad Ilrouui Tolue at the I. QJJtore. You will dad Butte' Cro.ll and Sloaeaare of all lad at Ihe 1'. O. store. You Witt dud lUrou, Lard, Dutter, Kg, Meal, Hour aud l-oliloce at the 1'. O. blorr. You a Ul dud, Iu ad-lltlou to above, a oouileto aluck uf Hardware and Outlarj at Ihe P. a Store. You will Sod Water llurketa. Tuba, lUlMliubels, liolllog Una, Hruoai and As llaadlce, at Ihe p. O, Store. You will tuderreldlirreutluale of Sewloi Ma chine, aud Dewlni Metbloe N-JIm1 iba 1 O. Store. LYaawlUtaduaalwararesJUilia I be el,Wl uarket ke far Bailer, ttA lard, SVoa, Meal sad Flour al Iba I". a blare. law wtu dad that we alll al ware tabs ptaeaera la alllo. oa jou whea la seed of agitata? ia ai itaa, uj - ail to i ' n,,,. us a rill ai the r O W A Fi Fi E N WHOLE NUMBER 374. . wmrn a to., MEN'S CLOTHING, YOUTHS' CLOT HOYS' CL CHILI) In great variety and at JT. WTIxSTTIE. Cor. Third and Market When you visit ihe city, before variety and cuDinim. EItV H. (.(K)C'II Ji .ioJId.l. lor.-r-iillk. room, of Uarola U.V ?!i! t-miSI-ATUllK. ,.bjm to thai Lcttoa al tha lrmornrj. UT.W ani Monday la An morrxsio'ui,. TTT MIU.KI:, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HTANroIlH, TCY. Win practice la tberourta of thla aid adMnlra anas ft liana wlA la. lb. ... a , - . Sl.r.- a TlV " VjTil-t M Arrll(a UD,C IB aa VffuiaiieuaDe TB.AR. W. HOCKEIt, ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW, i M't-'AlVI-'OUIa, ICY. Offlre oter Me tUter A I. Jll.'a glare. Q a MYKtIS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MTA-UfKOHll, 1CV. Om.-e with Judge Phlllpo In tho Court-houm T. W.VAKCOX. WALLACE CVAaxoX. Ml W. A W. Ii V.UiNO.V, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, M1,ClVTT"OUI. icv. Office- In Court Pquare. OASI. M. HURDKTT, ATTORN EY AT LAW, a it. vnnrijoiw, ic-v . Will OrartW hi. .Mbat.il In Puk....... ... adjoining eountlre and In tba Court of Appeala, Kprclal attention glrea to collections. TEE P. HUFFMAN, SURGEON DENTIST, 'X"A.?rroiti, icy. IlaelnC received bl. lferhanlral AhmhIb. 1. now prepared to do work la eeery branch or hla bualoeaa, AKTIFItlAI. TtfirTH Inicrted lu the tuoet approved atria. ST. ASAPH HOTEL, STANFORD KY. . TIIOS. MCnAUDSsProp'r. OPENED 10 IHE HSUC FEB, fci, IM FARE, $2.00PERDAY. OENTRAIXY LOCATED. Mtuxiliil AucioiiiintxIutloiiM AtV fortiori Cmnmorolnl Triivolct-ea. rBacs.ca TrauiafarreM. JFre of Ckarja. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Fropr. This Old and Woll - Knowu Hotol Still Maintains its High Imputation, A NO IlS Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country , Hotel in the State in iu Pare, Appointments, or Atten tion to Comfort of their Quests. Hagiese will la caateied ta aai fret I bed. Hi ireeerraarge. BBecisl arceaiBiedatleae ta ta I aaaaaerrlal 1 rsielere. The Bar will ba alaaie aeeplled with tha rhalreat waje e.epuea wua laa raalrei breeSeefllaaersaadtlgara. la ro.ee.r Lieeereaaa tlgara. Aa eirelieel Llierr la attathed. TO THE LADIES! Hl'IUXO AM) HVHMV.n MII.IM.NKUY! I AM XOW nr-UMMI A FllLLLlSEOIXHW AMI VKAIrlFtH.rTM WDF IlimiirU, llala, l(nwrr. Illblwita .ml 1 rluuuluua of all Kinds, A Vlall PAY lit IVM-I.IIll.N HILI AUILl II E- 'ii mi: iiAViiNN. STIic inferior Journal hues or AnrERiisisii. Oneooeare.ena lnertloa. .. . m .. II M A liberal deduction (breech eaUr.BenllaeertIoa I lbiulreadrcrtlrere will Sad hi ratee to be aeoderete eelhueoaf ear ether reepertabk, paper 'RealaeooNotlree,"ISrraleprilM. Adrrrtlaleg IfMtl ! tilMllVlblMII. MMii M till. Annonncevaeaieaf aUrrlagre,lilrlhi and Drathe, i i - - & Af UMlaariee,TrlbutreafRreprrt, Jr., will. Here after, be charged at the rtt ef S rend per lint Ineteed OO rente, aa heretofore. OUR JOB OFHCF. IS COMPLETE la Hfff parlle nlarj and oar in painTR l er kaawletiged the heel tn the put. Prirealeeulllhellaiee. Lonsmir, II. HING, OTHING, REN'S CLOTHING, prices to mit the times at Streets, Louisville, Ky. purchasing, look at their great iearn prices. CBlTiciT'liTlllCTOItr". DArTIST -Riv. J, U. nicer, Pi.tor. Rtrilcr- on fferond and fourth duadaya, aaornlns and bight, rterrr Meeting every WclaeiMler aftrr- aeen a r aner II. K. Harrow Superintendent nwn. I..M.T ncBooi ai r-au a CHntirTIAM.Wor.hlp br the centrenlloo e. err Urd-e daf. lYparbing b j-14 1. Joe. 1. ka on llrat aad Third Lord a dare. rtuB.L17rVb.eU at S-ta. Joe. HerrraBre, raperlntendent. METHODIST. SOUT1L--RtKj R Siwa, lie tor herrlreeererr Swodav laornltigand nlahl . rr Meeting. Thunder Bigble. nundarrfchoo al 1 00 a. a J, 8. Mma, naprrlnu-ndeBt. PHr3BYTERIA:f. H0LT1!.-IUI J UUa n raetor. preacher morning and night on lint aad Third KuBdara. L'nlon tiundar rvhool at B-M Jew. W. Beat, Mupetlntrndrnt. l'nlon l'rarer Meeting Weaaeodar nlghte. PRESBYTIUIAK: KORTIL-Kgr 0.7i.Tbcm- jl ibau, i-arior, preacneo eu nccon arnl fourth rJOBdars, saarrdag and night. AROSIC. STANFORII COUNCIL, NO. S3, inrete at llaeon lellallonthe tint Thunder oli..t M each A. H.l'nxr,t. t.l). M R OYAL ARCH CHAPTER, NO. 19, roreteat-a-aealollallantbatlntaloadaTnlght t.t rath month. A. B. hr, II. P LINCOLN LOIM1F, NO. SO, lueete at VeeoBlt Uall on tba Prcend Mondar Bight la Cecil month. Da. J, T. Cohox, W. M. J. M. rmurr, fterretarr. ODD riLLOWb. e I0LDEN RULE ENCAMPMENT. NO. 47, 1. O. V " I- mU Iu Odd Fellowa' Hall on 1 int and Third Tueedar nlghte of rath month. J. R Vuau, fccrlbe. .. MriuusC. P SlTANFOItn LOMIE, ha IM, L O. O. r . metis ) In IMd I ellowe1 Hell errrr rteturdar night. J. II. Dbmb, net Da. J. F. lairoa. N. fi 1.000 TEJTLIUS. VAU.EYLOnOE,NO.U.M,I. 0. (I. T,mecl. In MuoBlellaJlererr Irldar Bight, n u . J- " "sartiia, VY. C. T Pa-H. T. Cailo, fteeretarr. rtCAL AID. T (XIAN'S FORT LODOE.NO. 17, I. . if. A m-m nieciae, 0114 reuowa 11.11 . Thuml. ni!"- . T- M- PaaaixOTOX, p UBU.D. W 'urn, Secrelarr. Kvicnn or iioxob. HOPE LODOU, NO IS. K. OF II., ruceU In .Va eoale Hall errrr Wrdiredar night. . A. aa.u, a. Jluuk E. W. Itaowy, X. Stanford Female College. STANFORD, KY. WITH A POLL OOBPS OP TEA0HEE8 I hta InaUtutloa w Ul open ITB NINTH SESSION, ON THE 2xuMosiuvijisEirroiiKii,.t.xr. ALL THE BRANCHES OF A X faaa laua i ,- ' thobouoh;- kholish course are taught, aa well ae UU8I0. TUB -AIs-aUAQ-S. D1IAW. INO AND PA1NTINQ,. TIlllMrj MOI:itA'PIL .'I ; - tit Tuitiftn. isrli-jMi ranM frnni " - t-Ji I., as. , ,,..., . -,. . ,. BUB ( III III 130 Vrrtnuuyt $w, uJ ( UrUrgUlc. f TU, Ff full xUcilw, u ta CmhI, tic, JJrti MUM. N. C. TKrKIIKAHT. l'rlurhiHl. Hjuifei-J, Uorwln U,, Kf STANFORD SEMINARY l"ruf. IIAHXIA. Fror.JD.MMMIH The Beit arealoa of IhU InaUtutloa will brgla ON MONDAY, SEPT. 2, 1878, And continue Uj wiela, nh a laearjoa t . o. weik at Cbrlatuua, The (orta.r I'rltk lp.1 wlllrouliiiiM luabeau.. oi fcehaaaeeueUlerlwIlh hlm.elf Fr-r. Jeuelua., oi Blaniord Iriuala t ..... wba ll bale .le tbarge ol rlawe In the Alulralia.1 Vimna laa guagee. Cl.il bt.HsIOX ul TWENTY Wll.KS. Ul laraiiis 9lti; UhiI Urmtr. d'JUt SfHlur Oniilf, liven. T A If J 3 NO 'V I OJI. I.I. Noiu-llcle,rleduhoBielauii.r He- -t . . iT . tad. AlillU)dooellhaead' lea aeealba aitei uutlrlvulaUwu ard. AllpupiterhugvdfieelUot el eater ui -Ibaeadof IbatarMluu. Nodeduclloaa lor abnata enrpl laiaeteol arofcrecled llilneae.