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FrMtjHmhf, Afrll 29, 1881 r. r. wm. ray, . iMr Tiro jtr.waMrr.ii, lh .VwrWwjp Oijr MiJ .Vmatani , which nT reduced their aire, rnilh mnrtlfjlnr admission that t)f lie been runnlnr dead idrer iljeiuents lo fill up. Khirn upon jou, entlemen t Jnsl tath thtnit har ilont incalculable Injure to th newpawr boat nrssl and made th Impudent Yankee harrer atill mora Impudent. For In tl inre, w e rccclred a prcptwilloh, the Hher dt, from Mint ecampln 2w lork that he would fir ui $12 for on column, one 'far, payable la unie klml of patent not- I mm, warranted lo cur all In III to which flesh la heir1, when w hate neeer Ukenanadrerltrenienlof that lenrtli, for that lime, rt a rent lesa than $100, parable Ik idc" lint hirul of cnrreVjs We hail a tint deal rather print a paper without a ilnsle adrrrtleenient and would do it if tif cesser; I thin to tarjr from cur joblieh ti tttr Irn per cent, Aa Ion ai publish en tile Inj price that Is offered, ao lonj lll they stand with their not lo lh Sllfi.l stun, wliil lhao-ratlal admitting afrnta turn th handle. Ouaft lb tain of yonr adrertlslnr. by lh number of jour tnbscrihere, Or jour price, slick lo il, and .nr eiptrler.re for It, yon will hire, after a while, Jmt a many and better adrertlee tiivtal ll au jou haft trcr hid. For aom uruaafirr e adopted a one-price tulr, wt tut scarcely no foreign adrertleementt, rot when Ii aa found that wt did not jw e ;l plcnljof Ihtund at norown prior. Ihe fellow who remarked thai "Troth iitlranirr than fiction," lad observed the attof the world with singular correct ,hj, ot the many cut In nofoSetirrt it quit a remarkable one: A' year ejo a jiii.gwlflaN'ewrhlladlpaIi) O, aued ter l.li.lund for dlrnrr alliginr; adiilterj tod tersral oilier nmnl, and obtained a derre? Sii'monthi lalcr then husband :nt.t Iirr ami ajiin laid set to titr srarl, aiid she, womin-litr.-jielded to hit tftllery and' promises, andatreedto be tujne hit fIn. But Iht designing nun !' only latent, on mmilla,llix btr, and J-jllr.. to watli np before the parson Iht ttpJiJ Unit; whereupon the tlirorved wlf Hid arperttnt bride brcnght suit agalmt hiin for a breach of promise, laying her diiniges at $10,000. That woman trident lj Ulterei ill Iht power anil efficacy of iht 't tfcvi.jotAi t.v an etllior grti hit rewafd in ihit world, hut fur the niott part thT ii to wajt to teetlre it .la th iwtet t.r.ii.bt. Th txi-tptlou'GrfuBjrJ la rn.cinn.ill thM week, wUn'ilit rutmbera if Ihr I'ork lacking Aarncialton prt'tnlcd a llinnjnd ilolltr In jjohl to l t.nrltt I!. Murrar, editor of the Cincin. nati iVie (irml, in itcot,nitiori of lilt .rrricrt In lh rolttrtioa tnd piiblicalion . slalt-lio, and efec!a1lj lo tnabl hint ti lal European journer to rrjain l.eallli lol ht too clour application to hit W'c nullce'wlih pleaturt' That Harriion JJiilej, Kj, a piruer.cltiitnandaou of Lincoln coimlj, hi, recelTtl Iht uoanl uioiin and iinaollciled honor of lh Demo iratic nouilnatjon for Rrprttrntallr In Hhrlhf cnunlj. It wta a hapdtoiu com pliuirnt worlhilj Imlowrd. Mr. Ilallej l a grntltiuan, Imth of Itrline ne and tterllnj Intetrilj, and came' of on of th J.lnt and Uent polnttr faiuiflea of Un fi.ln t4int. Hit luanr frlenda and klns oiru n . I.tr lender him tlielr con(ialuIa. I ftfi'. lirsKKAl. BKinv, of the IWoSc De psrlmtnl, whu waarcceeil orrftrnl down and will, i thown to har Incrrattd lh rotn-nraliiin of fanorlt mail contraciora la Ih "Siar" Krr.'ct, lhat it bora and roach maiK from $700,000 to otr S2.- Ji5ii,fW, thrrt.j making deGrirncj of lhat am.inni in ncu at llradj arc I he Be. puldiranifCcliU. Oath aaftOial on on i.f lie Star lloulrt rtrj leMer dellrered twi th (lorerninrnt from $.".80 lo $,Vk). i - , .. JlT-tr. . O, IUxronlt mentioned J ii snclhn column a a caodjikt to rep iul Uncoln in the J.t.!t!ature. Wt cm fullj tulxcrlli to th compliment paid lh Jnilf In that communication, aa ' know hha to he a man of mom and enlle Ann of tht old kIiooI. Should he dttrriiln In make the race a gooJlj nuui lr of launcli citiicnn are pledged to tup purt. hliu, rHr ha wajittuliarlr ihtirown In'tii.-it, and sometime ll I a. rtrj joo.1 war. When the Mlillltlt wm buns lal wet, il.e mp broke twin before Jtmt of IM tidloit paittd In hit cliecki. Tliia j cutidrrd ld niaua(tmtnl on th pirtof il kanuian,and h Uii tu St red the ii.liiclM.ii uf a 100 laOirt on hit naked tijf I for ll " Maiuci: l.'Krw.i r, of th lt,cckin tUff .Wt, thlaling, nod'.iiU il .i u man ..an gel loo i7cli VlUid U-ius. onlj Mii.Uiiihla wralfii,t rei i.il.erwcek Tt .Vert ("Jail like letter lioin l.omt, w caut po.iiblj.lo willu.ui it,' m tcJvatl pleai liud our auhacrlpliau for tCrtrKr." ' ' Wanittw Item, lh diitnxui.he.l ed itor of lh TiiIum, wat luirrlcd Tuetdij m i.w jerk, to -Miit i:ilralelli Alillt, the utejmer H licit taliuniian. It la taid il..iftl.0 editor p.l a lotelj wouiau and a iii.tiluri of dullait Lr lh transaction. 'till, tuiijiiiitllcii of the plinett, Jupiitr iiid-jlinii, occurred (bit week, but there wj no crath of matter nor wreck of Qil.l, a' prophttitd bj lh atrolteri, ll.ti any Urly baa htaid it. "fHAtSK THE iuHor I'.KHUOXD, Kr. 2V'. 'Jtttlttr jMnMi April 271b, '!. JLate treat joy In reporting that th nnidWr of coufeaaioua for th secoud wt.k tliclly doubled thai of lb first, and w art Irtullng fur still greater bleating .luring Ibt third, Congrrgaliont lest the uluioit captiltj of the church building lo bold them, but the propl art rerr patltot In ILt midst of great discomfort at timet. PJUI8D THE LOKI) for Ih.iWep and decptiitng luteretl. Tb number of ton ft'tlona 10 dU la t'A I ntilhtrlnuw bow long wt will rtuulo Lere, nor whith er ll LOKI) will atnj ut stit. Nor can 1 tell wletLtr ti LOKI J will bat ut Hon al SIford, slould go tv London, In ct,'I w a rg-u'r "Know Nothing," errtfl IbH J. f avaow Hi dear LOtW, Maaun. All who know Profeiaior art well fir tikri lrw allaloutM. llaatlataougbl"'," "l1' 'u""11' be uotblug left It uMib FlW.VrWVW. iVTi0., Inr la ewt. Ou. O. Saanxi. Hnntrrnllr Primary r.ltrltu. Il la nninlmontlf atreed h (he rnem kM of the rVmocrsili" Commitlle that the Lett and tnext hirmotiloii' Man ii 'eiilirn .ii. .. . .i l i. theclalntof theatplranit f.ir id I'l' lalnte. It hr a l'rlmrj Flection, and to ate time and trouble ll It iinlem! that that election be held at llie aame time ami manner lhat Iht been (lied for the Sena torial I'rlinarj, ll -ttli Hjlnnltr .In Mar, the Wih of lh month, between lh hour of S A. M. anil S P. M. fame officer" I art and Mme rnlea lo jorern aa In lhat elec tion. Itjorilerof the Cbmmlllee. T. W. Hmmiims tlialrnian. W. I. WAtTOW, Pecretarj. Onr Atrt l.rpl'lnttirr, K4ihr fcrhr Jmnl From alt wcn leam there It aalrvnf and trow'nf ilitpmlllon on the part of th Democracj all orer the coimlj lo nd Judjt Wm. O. Ilamford,of Crab Orchard, lo the neat Letltlalnre, If he can be pre railed open In make the, race. There hit been much quiet talk' to lhat eflecl the patt week, and anionr, that data of our people who ntuallj hare little- or nothing to in or aaj in partj cancajetor ma chine Ulrlxue. Mr. llantford would doubt len make a fowl and aalltfaclorj llepreten talire. Horn In the count j he itfullr idtn liEed with It In feellneand Interett. A man of nialuraag, heliaa had In the pari ral nabl leeltlatlr andparliamentarj etwri tnc. A ttronr inlon man uuring tne war, he wat at the aam time a faithful and fearleta defender of hit "eecetli" nelghtiora, and hit been erer aince the war an aclif r, heartj and contiitent Pemocrat. That h It both capablo and boneit ecema to be nnlreratllr conceded, and there would attm to bt tb nualitlet wt eiitciallj need In our tetlalalure at thit Junctuie of affaira. On neit Mondaj, Count r Court daj, we art Informed that there will moat probablj I made a atrong effort to Induce Mr. Ilantford lo become a camtiilal. rARMCK. .vorjfi or rvHHF.XT F.rrxrs. I'.enretentallr O'Connor, of Ihe Charleston, 8. T, fontrerional District diedTuetdaj. The tlalue of the late Admiral I arra- gut wat unreiled at Washington Mondar with inipoting ceremonies. The law closing theaters in Cincinnati on the Sabbalh wat slricllj enforced bj th Democratic Mtjor last Sundaj, The sile of the Art Museum, founded bf a gift of $150,000, bj Charlet Wet, baa been fixed in F.den Park, In I lie eastern part of (. incinnali. The Chesapeake A Ohio It I! hat se cured a direct line from Memphis In its terminal point on the Atlantic, making a olid road ol nearlj 1,000 mile. The Democracy of th Franklin IrTr. Senatorial District, which is composed of the counties ol rranklm, Anderson anil Mercer, met In Contention at tawrrnce- burf eaturuaT. ana nomlnatetl imn. n. 1.. Moore for Slate Senator. llentr Hoods In the Mitslstippi are reported, and in tereral placet the lere has been broken, inundating the farm lands alone Ihe rirer and dettroTina- wheat alone to the amount of orer n, million of dollar. The jury in the Xunneller case at Somerset; for the murder of an unknown man, a number of jears ago, failed to agrit, standing aeren for conriclion and fife for acquittal. Judge Owsley ordered another trial, to tak plact during the piesint Ccmt. Our rilirentaie mating arrangeintota lo entertain the l'reta Association in June next. The Association will meet here, and thtn go on to Chatanooga. The time la not definitely known. The people ol Bauer tet propone to extend an earnrst welcome. Simerrel Hejiorler. Tbe road from Carrrill to llm Ken tucky line ha been tet aa follows: 8 sections awarded to J. M. Condon & Co., of Knox tille; four to J. I). OrTult, of Tennessee; tiro to Martin Shea, of Knoxvllle; two to Mjcr lltj ft (Jo , or Kl.ellijt Ille, Kr , and two to J. L. OH ii It, of Knoirille Work will be beaun immedlatelr. and will be pushed with all possible spetd, Sometime aio John Winn, the nsrs. luour of Mrt. Mortland ahot and killed her son who attempted to get In th house at night, ftrang to saj on the examining trial Winn was acquitted, hating prored by Mrs. Moreland that th bor had made threat! to murder Winn. The Grand Jury of Bourbon, howtrer, Indicted both Winn and Ihe woman this week, at bloml has been found Intiile of the house, and a wilnti found thai will testify lhat More land waa murdered In Ihe house and then dragred nut. Jloth hare been arrested. r.ixcaLX roi'.arr. Hmtaurlllr. Tht demand for coal ha weakened materially. - i:y. I. S. SIcF.lror will preach her next Sunday at 3 o'clock. Yecetation it making un lost lime. Green tieldt and pastures hate gone into llie landscape uutines. -i-TheIxtzkior Journal of last week reached our office on Monday r. H., only four daya Iu making Itn miles ' The fruil trees in this region, excepi peaches, art blooming abundantly, nnd promise, an unusual crop. The failure of The Intkrior Jor NAL on Saturday waa recardeJ aa a nubile calamity htrt. Tbe editor would hare been uatieied could lit hart wilntssed Hit Central txprttston of diijppointintnt. Mr. Nannie Owtns, poalmttlrts at nii. ui.Aai. ..i.iu.ii.1 . l. . uuv,,.mi-i.iH.i mi uassui-vtcu ed In getting tbe name of htr office changed io -A.uuiDcrianu x iu. iirretiiondenti will note tb change, and refrain from utiog th former diabolical aJJrwi. MItara Liziieand lilancb Twidwell lenl a few dart thia week Tisiting their ?;randmother, Mrs. Lucas . Dr. Brown ailed lo attend Din Kice'a show. ...Miss Cynthia laiaon learet ut forShelby Cily V bar rtceltrd caidt announcing the marriag of Will Carpenter, ("Alike.") at Orand ItapiJt, Michigan.. .Judge Iliown of Stanford, and daughter, Mary, spent Sunday with their old friends in lliti place U. W. Ualn it billed for Huston. ill. on in ,in of .May . Mrs. Helen Hull- uau It off for a tint to Corloglon. ...Mitt uwie nuic, wuo naa been fullering uiultr a aertrt altack of Typhoid Ftrer, It retri ed ImpioTlnir Messrs. Clark and lllaln patsetl through liir tillage Tttterday, both anpartntlr ready lo adorn theSenair. Our prop! ham no Kllticaj hobby now, acepi in etnu r ran it hauiltuan to tb lA-gUlature, rice llobbitt, defealed. Horace Withers, w shall relr on voii to oirrv il.ts VUI.J . Dub orrliultl. Hurrah ' Another tally for trablown ! Ther will b a wedding at taeli of our churches her next week Mrs. Sarah VII bought of John Marabou, hr, bit tplcudld sorrel buggy horse, this week, for th sum of $200. i."7A niaa by lh nam of Dslsnty died al the puor-hous last week, of Cvn. uu.'iiwi. on irn iwu small children A "hint lo lh wIm." Hn. ftiifll,.!...! r... - . , . . " ---... H., .V, U M ..MUM lK-Hll'ltKieHI" SWIOII last Saturday night we wer recalled from of a tract of about 1,000 acre of land, pr drtanilaiul by lb most delightful aerenad I tmpted by him In the tarly settlement of MM.tl.la.,A.I.. 1t.ll I I.I "... , .,., .11. . . --..., ,.-,v... ,. u, mr si,, e utitiiueciiic. a pnruou oi una iraci oi land a tiring liand her lhat cannot I surpar. wu bought by John DaugberlJ, including ed by any In lb State. Dr. J. D. Petlut now goe br aoflly singing lo himself, "It' nit to U lb fatber of a bouncing baby boy, Ac" tjuitt a pretty song, but toiutahat an old tunt of lb Doctor's, aa b bat tung It ou ill cr aren similar occasions htrttuhira. -Pruf. O. 1. Moore wilt Imi inansser of I lh Crab Orchard Snriog th oominv liainiv il.s tmi U kinmn t 1 ul.iw. J fsnulw ttsrtr la.l tiaiut), wt (til cotfi. Z seT'7.":"J' JTi'" ." i'" that dent lhat the eue'lt will W pleatinlljentetlaineillhit Whorandouhl ' It Ti - .i . ... t P tf I i. ..... . i....- .,,,,aa h. ,.i.., Ti.r a.n..' I ... ..;.. '.. ....'. nM. wi.i iihtin hit ratyi ii it u a nnrn In match inle the bun ol a I .arret, which. of n.nrse, Instantly set (,tr In Ihe whl'ky. The birrrl would bare burst In a Ter thorl lime, lint for lh presence of mlml of Mill Jimrs, Who ran ami pill in nami orer Ihe bung-bole and extinguished Ihe flames. Mrs. Una Saunders, who has len quite tick for eereral days, la, a are happy Instate, much better... .Mra.M. Oormley wa the recipient of a hot of delicious tropical fruit, from her aim. S. II. Oormley, of 1cxlngton. W know It wat nice, for we were klndlr remembered when it wat opened . Col Isaac Shelby and two of hit prettr daughters, oiMieiuy i uy, are at Crab Orchard Springs . The MIssea Car penter, of your town, are guests of thetr firother. Dr. J. fi. Carpenter Tom I.aaly and Jim Itrooks. of Cincinnati, were here this week Mis Allie Hardin haa re turned from a brief risil to Millertburg. Mis Haiti Matth! and Matter Willi Tartanl, pupils of th Millertburg college, came back with her, In rusticate a while in onr little Tillage. ii.iHHAHit r.vr. .nncnafcr. W. A. McLean, an upholsterer from Wake county, N. C , waa married to Miss M. A. Warrer, near Iincvler, April 5Kd. The len tiarrtle of raoonrhtne hrandj raplnred by Pepiitr Collector Iturnslde, in Ihe lower part of Ihe county, last Winter, was told hr Deputy Marshal Taylor Satur day, to Aim llerkele, at about $177 per tiaiion. The OarraM Fishing Hub beld their Spring meeting last Saturday. Caught hill annicirnt tor their bannnet and had a pleasant time generally Dr. Huffman, ratcning in largest nn, wat elected I'reM dent 'or the ensuing year. V D. Hopper Is terr low wild I'mii. nionia Misa Annie ( ralg Ja Iroprorlng lowly J. ll Kinnaint arrireu Tuesday Irom New York Mess. Lalt'j Thomas and II. G Sandifer were In attendance at the Chapter meeting list Friday niiht. Sheriff Higglnbotham told 20 ptrcelt of land for taxes; alto, Ihe one-tenth Inter est of I. C Hopper in the estate of Ser mour Hopper, decea-ed, for $110; also. right ot redemption ot TJ acres land on Hack Creek, Ihe properly of Allen Farka for $1 Commissioner Walton sold ii acres of land near llryanlst ille, belonging to me estate oi n.w. n lids, deceaseil. Monday was another dull Court day l.illle stock on Ihe market.; none sold The interest of Ihe dar centered on Ihe riralry Ivlween a Connie of reapers and he "horse show " (lien Ilurdelt't traction rmine had not arnred.1 Aliout ailuren saddle and harness stallions and Hie two Aormana belonging In alker and IVnny and Mcl.ran comprised I he li-t. Lincoln and Corle were Imlh repre"enlei by good horses -Tbe death ..f Mrs Ulclier. a daughter of Gen. Tho. Kennedy, late of litis cnunly, .i.iici ..iiiunwii, nj , .iril .hj. in an inlerriew with the Kransrille Conner a few weekt before her death, she contradicts eeyerat statements of Lewit George Clarl, of "I ncle Tom't Cabin" notoriety, and who loruieriy ueiongeu lo Her lalhen among others, lhat the negro "Sam I'eter" waa not Hogged to death, but died of Con sumption. Th friend of W. M. C irinter, Jr , ("Mike,"i late of Huitonrillt, will be glad lo hear of hia marriage to Mie Ada Cobb, of Grand liapida, Mich , where he la em ployed at clerk In the office of Ihe Vice 1'residrnt of th Grand liapida and Indiana railroad. Misa Cobb it said to be a most ettimable lady, and I can certainly con gratulate heron harlnr captured one of IM Ut lioys in the world. May hia happi. nesa nrerhalance hit 1 il tie troubles by a big tmjorily. (t I.KIOVATX. i ii rlllr, Iliehop Dudley will preach at Trinitr church, Ibis city, Friday ercnlng, May Clli. The crowd generally waa disappointed In the Mme. I'enlx Female Minstrel per formance on Tuesday evening. It wat too moral "Doo os 'Cm." About sixty head of sheep, belonging to Wta. Warren, were killed and wounded by dogt on Friday night list. Married Dr. Arthur Keller, a student of Centre College in 70, waa married at Shannon Station, on 20th inat.. to 'Miss Ida Rowen. At I'arkttllle. last week. Wm. John. son sererely wounded, by cutting. Joe Wayne, a brother-in-law, and was held for lurttirr trial on a tJXl bond. The widow of F. P. Handrnan, of thia county, rerelred thia week a $1,700 check from lh Masonic Mutual Benefit Aatocia- lion, of which he was a member. Col. Hoagland. of Louitrille. lectured at Ihe becond Presbyterian church on Thursday niirht. 2Sth. Siibiect "The Four Itunaway Boys; or. Fire Yeara Among llie Newtlioya and ltootblacks of I-ouistillc." Dr. Arthur Johnstone, in trying to manage lilt fiery untamed ateed, who did not like Ihe circus on Friday night, re ceived some aerereruta about the head, but It all right now. Dor, you must "reason mil a mule." Our County Clerk lias received for record a mortgage for a million ami a half dollara on the Knoxrille branch of tbe I an I N railroad, made lo the Central Trust Company, of New York. Th mort gage must be recorded in each county through which Ihe road passes. In Ihe Quarterly Court, on Tuesday. O. P Kilker recovered of Trutleet of the S Hallway Sio on a $50 damae suit. for breaking and "scattering to the four winds ' a wagon and load Chaa. Harrison. Ac. n and N. I'.ailroad, for killing slock, agreed judgment for $lS.,.Ueorgc r...... .. r' a I, it . I .in . . ianri i- 0 j. ii , lor silling siock, judgment for defendant. John It. l'roctor, of lb Geological ourrey, in company with aix awls colo nists, waa in Danrlllt on Saturday., ,1'ounl rarraml la in Uanvill Judgt Breckin ridge waa in Danville Tor a few daya this week" Cap! T. t Jone, Clerk ol Court of Appeals, saw the good people of Boyle last Saturday Gabriel Boone blowa the lruuit In Dan Kice'a circus band. At the Convention of Ihe Transylva nia Picsbyteiy, in this cily last week, Dr Landia waa chosen Moderator, and Iter. Mr. Henderson ami Iter. It. A. Johnstone, Alternates. It. K. Wiseman, J.S. Calloway, Alternates, were aelccled aa Commissioners In Ihe General Atsemblr on ll'lh ull., at Buffalo, N. Y H B. Itobertt waa licensed lo preach. Dr. Johnathan Ixlwardt wat granted a teller ol diiiiiasal, lo accept a call aa pastor of 7ih Presbyterian church of Cincinnati. Adjourned In meet at Lan caster in October hhrlLu t ilu. Prof. Damon baa just completed the scconu setnon oi ma tinging school in Shelby Cily, and goea lo Hustouville fiom licit. Miss Unit Rout, a charuitog young lauy or Lincoln county, la visiting Irlcnda and relatives in Shelby City J. A. Burka, depot agent of lb L. and N. railroad a I Shelby city, after a pleasant villi to riendt and relallvce in KlUabethtown and Leba non, haa returned lo hia putt. One mile Hail of Turnersvillr, in Lin coln rounlv, upon the old Daugheily farm, stand a Itcutl uoat. said In bar 1m,i l.tse.1 ll.r i.rmr a lnin.t..l v... r. .. I... II.. l. !. U. I- .....l ...-.... lb corner and tlak above referred lo. lb Mblow Daugherly, who now llietou th place, la lh daughter-in-law of John Daugberty, and baa lived on tb farm for th latt sjnyfin years, and aaya that her fatber-in-law baa ofleu told btr that lull unit marked lh corner when b itith..1 ,).. Ian.l ).. 1TOS. ri,... ln ,.. years old and tradition says lhat wat placed there by Jlugb Logan, year. i.r.riou. to ".'??' ..'. "."B".' r n'0"! 'V th clj IaJlmoil ttrtrecctl llellhci '.Vw"'po.t, and It erj careful lhat it .lull not 'hfilitliuUI Th pn.tllna tnolataleof i nrMertallon and look at I hour h It rolfht i .....I .1.. ... .1.. ...!. u.i.. - . . tea fiti mrtri. . '- --.-.- . .. .. Klrkarlllf. Dam Humor has It that we are sunn In have a wedding In high life. Mr. H. K. Flnnell eold hia prowrty nn Main street to Mr. Boh Wearen for $m Mr. Flnnell sold nut preparatory to going to I'nnghaeepsl business college. Mrs. Cap!. J. J. Fsris. of whose Illness w spoke, died on her birthday, aged sixty three. Thit Is Ihe third lime within the firesent Jear that death haa viiiled thit amllr. Several young ladies visited ua yester day, for which w extend rninr lhanka. Com again, "ladlea" Mr. W. V. Prewltt la In the city, buying goodt Mrs. S. 1. Higglns hat just returned from tht cily, wher the haa been buying a large stock o! millinery goods, preparatory lo opening a millinery establishment on th corner of Main and Second streets Mrs. Bob Wearen it also In th city (electing a slock of millinery goods, to open out In the building the lately bought. Aa there la competition, il Is llioutht that bats and honneta will he cheap . .Mr. Ptrry Bnrtnn has gone In St, I.ouls, lo, where h will make bit future home. viNKrtol'wr, l.ltrrtv. N. II. Pvrtman caught a ehanel cat fish last Saturday till weighed 10 iioohdt, and had a water snake in side nf it twenty- one Inches long. F. C. Whii'P has iiitt returned from a monlh'a visit In Owenelmrn. Ky.. much improved In health J. F. MeBalh haa gotten mr a irom a week stay at .Monu cello. Last Monday was Ihe meat nuiet County Court Day wt hart had for quilt a while. There was but little bnsineas transacted, and vrrylillle drunkenness in town. Marriage license were issued on the l"lh for the marriage of Stephen IL Kniffly lo Jcaephine Bland; on the Slat, Jesse Knight In hliit btapp; on tbe Stat, James Buchanan lo Mary . Simpson. - The nomination of Mr. William John son for Representative by the convention last Monday, la approves of by evtry one. and la equivalent In an election. He ia Ihe man for Ihe place, and will make Ihe beat Representative lhat Casey and Rut- aell have had for some lime. Died, on the night of the 21st, Robert Perlon, I1 ,of lh Rolling Fork neigh borhood. II wat well advanced in years, and had represented this and Russell coun ty In Ihe Legislature a few yeara ago, and waa hithlr respected by alt who knew him. Ilia lost will lie fell by the entire county, and bis family have the sympathy of all. The last week' issue of your per has not made Its arrival up lo this writing. and it you were here now we believe thai some l3y would tell you bow In run a paper, and rierhajH duck yon In Green lit liver beside But Ihe mail agents litre played Ihe devil, and Ihe editor ia as pure at a mountain Illy. We never fail to send out our papers on Friday morning. Kul Tbe report that Mr. Calvin Jeffries it a Republican candidite la untrue. The Republicans bad no convention, but Captain Reins waa in town shaking liandi with the near people. uer llie ifemo cratlc convention adjourned. Mr. Lewia P. Woods, a new convert and a red-hot Greenbacktr, made a speech an hour and a half long. He spoke very welt for fif teen mtnules, then be grew tiresome, and when be wound up or run down, which ever it waa, he Lvl an audience of fire, and four of tbem were asleep. Last Monday al one o'clock the De mocracy of Casey county met in conven tion, and ihe following art the proceed ings, fir. J. . Yihipp, inairinan ot the executive Committee for this county, made a short speech In which he explained tbe objtct of the meeting, and asked that soma one b put In nomination for icrmancnt Lhairman. i. M. .Mcrerran nominated Major F. D. Rigney, who wat elected by a unanimoua vote. He took the aland and in a abort and eloquent speech withdrew from Ihe race, arid thanked his (riendt for the encouragement he had received while a candidate. M. Peyton waa then elected Secretary, and the Chairman declared that nominations wer In order. Mr. John Yeiter put in nomination Wm, John son, Keq. The vol waa then laktn and was ao ntar unanimoua that Mr Whipp madt a motion that if there were no other nominations, lhat Squire Johnson'a b mad unanimout. Th vote waa again taken, and hia nomination waa mad unan imous br everv voice in Ihe bouse. Mr. Johnton thrn took the floor, and tn a abort and pointed apeech thanked the mem bers of Ihe convention and of Ihe party for Ihe responsibility they had entrusted him with, and aaid that he would make Ihe lace on high and honorable princlnles. aud, if possible, carry our banner on lo victory. The convention then adiourned. Mt. Vernon Department. SAM M.BURDETT, Editor. Monday waa a dull, dull County Court Day. It Ii aatd tbalMandy Witmot, charged with infanticide, for whom a writ had been Issued, haa left the country. It la aaid that lb fat of the aspirants for the Democratic Senatorial nomination will be held aom llm In next month. At the Jackson Circuit Court latl week. Pal Roger, indicted for the murder of Itaaca, obtained a change of venue for the trial of hit cam to Lee county. A very heavy rain fell in thit count last Monday. All Ihe streams were swol len. Itoundtton waa on a regular bender, and would not bear crossing until tba next daj. ' ' Tb two smartest bor trail In lh county do their kicking and aquealing ia Ihe neighborhood of theSiakt of Round. atofae. They are named for leu officers of th counly. The fruit tree are laden with heavy and beautiful blooru-burdena, and, if a an iierttultj of blossom bt a good omen, ther will be an enormou'a quantity of apple and Peach brandy mad in thit county lie it Dick Oeclio haa gone. No one knowa exactly when ht Itft, but bis absence can not be overlooked. II is not here, evi dently. He ia a good workmanand can make a living any place he chooses Ic drop hi lines. Latl Moudar aom senseless thief took th key of W. M. Weber' alore out of lb lock, put In hia ocket and carried il awaj He will hear aometlilng greallj to hit disadvantage should he undertake to put it back where ll lielonga in the night lime. "1'illllu" baa dcnarlcd. He wat a genial eoul. and iincumuionlv liked a pli. oi ocer. in -buy" were rood ut l.lui and wer naver happier than whtn in "sawing off," Ihe drinks had In come out of "Dutchy'a" xkctt. But he gut to lh bottom of bis iiockft at last, and then lilt glory wa over. He it looking now for another "raise." It should U lb prid of Ihe honest villager to bat Ihl place wher h abides decent, if not bcartlful. Therefore, tb honest villager should now bestir hluuelf Iu dean up tht front ud back yards, to abittwasli the fences, lo palul tbe build ings, aud tu a ruld awcariug at Ihe aoan. tuda whit hit wife It (leaning the Inter. nl siraiigemenls. The Suk. Mis. Kiltr Bra bis beta confined tu her bed several daya with ucuralgia .Isaac Stewart it suffering from so r ere altack of uieaslet Mom-. RoUrlt, an old citlaeii, la verr ill al hia horn nor Rockcastle River Hi recov ery It uul expected.. .Mis Georgia, alii lit utugnitr oi M I. .inner, quilt tick for sevtral wetka haa been I Our cilitena wer treated Iu a series ot beautiful tain bow Tuesday afternoon. On of there symbols of "Hod's promise lo man" waa esinciallj sublime. It wa perfrcllr distinct from bullion Iu horitou and ill colors, which Mended artistically, were srsrrslf sitriuisss.t In Lrilltsne tiv dlipiUhtt which dsllr i(itr In the lento been iwrw jm ww . The late anl tiiililen ithiiit.ri n Intel nM M Summer leal ht Ih meim nf prMncing an effeel in na ture rarely witnessed before. In lb wrsslt, I the elm ami msphs Initially th first tej don Spring garments) along with the I-. cult anil beech usually Ihe last to I dlscoverlhe presenc of warm weather! art, thia' season, assuming green rolws at the time lime. Btra. Jailer Honk it cleaning up thing In Ihe Coilrt-lloii-e grnundt this week. . Dog-wosl blossoms are out and Ihe salmon are, in consequence, biting welt .... Cant, Jack Adams lias had hit garden Inclosed with a plank fence high enough to keep ont chicken and vegetable thieve Pleaching at th Christian Clmrh next Sunday morning by KM. V J. Bar bee, of Richmond A big flatting wrly from Richmond will visit Lvifel Fork next week. Th parly will receive some recruits from thit place. -The latest applicant for the Marshal ship of Kentucky ia I Ion. Bob lloyd, of London. Now be it known that an appoint ment In this office It in no sense th holi ness of th individual who furnish iltms for this column; but he rsn not htlp re marking that llie Hon. Bob It hardly treat ing hie friend, Jndg Randall, properly. II should, It seems, have asked for the of fice of District Atlorney. Iindon la en titled to both o' tbe office anyway, but it tonka at if Mr. ltoyd'a anxious longing for the Manhaliblp might tiring disaster both to Judgt Randall and himwlf. Mr. John Ik Fish rtorta thai h saw a considerable natural curiosity iu bis ramblirgs Ibis week On the snrfsce of a large rock which lie near the Stale rosd on the Big Hill, he found aevtral teir enl bnftatn tracks. The bear tracks, especially, were dearly defined, the pilnti of Ihe clawa ling plainly visible. Nor could then W any mistaking the identalions made by the hoofs of the buffalo which, when hiindredtof yeart ago Ihe rock wat mud, had gone that wtv. Mr Fisli wat aked why he did not send llie rock In Dr. Graham, aa a valuable specimen for his museum, and he answered thai the idea occurred to him; but, taking Into consider ation the fact thai the Utile atone would weigh tome tOt' or 400 Ions, h feared lie would meet with some difficulty in remov ing it. Tbe sap ia up in the cbrslniil ok and the bark of the same skins more beauti fully than d)lh a king lull. The ''ax and speed" brigade have gone to the woods, and the crash of falling limber la beard in th land. The gianta of Ihe forest are dropping rapidly and their long, whit trunks arc atretcbed like so many corpses long lite ridges. Meal, flour, bacon and collee are much in demand, tor the appe tite of Ihe bark-pceter ia immense. It Is like a void, a very aching vol,!, which time nor eternity can fill, ll bankrra yearningly after staple provisions and it despises no( greens. And It does not turn itself Uidedown even if there happen to be evidences ol living things in Ihe well smoked hog-meaU A great many "skip pers meet a sad, ml lite in the tiara woods. Mis Nannie K-tea, erstwhile a dam sel of Uvingiton, but more recently a res. ident of lexington snd Danville be. tween which two place the waa accustom ed to share the poetry of ber Presence- went down Monday evening to viit her old haunta at Livingston. She wore city airs in profusion and wu doubtless intoxi cated with visions ol innumerable con quests, though it is urged that she was, atso. carrying aom llnuor under her eyir- sel. It seems tf.jt some peculiar ople in iu village oy uie river entertain a foolish prejudice against that class of fe males of which Misa Nannie ia proud to acanowieuge sne ia about one hair doxen of whom, and that night she wa' visited by a crowd of persons, whether mate or female the writer knoweth not, disguised ai ku-klux, who gave lierttriit ordera to betake herself from the vicinity with the disapiearanc of tbe darkness, ll ia even said that Misa Nannie wat bladly whipped by her editors, but ia Ii0pe-J thai they did not to disgrace themselves. Bui, howe'er that be, Ihe young lady conituded not lo remain in a place where ber charms were so rudely appreciated, and ah acconlinelr departed on Tucsdey morning's train lo seek again the companionship of har all ien in sranei at llie capital ol "l.ltlle Britain." Mr. J. K Vowels, tbe wide awake proprietor of the Variety Store, it in Louisville tbia week buying goods...... Jimea rbompson went lo Glen Mary, Tei.n , last week. In visit his father and brother Mr J V.' Miller, a Joung man of this place. Is reading medicine In the office of Dr. J.J. Brown. He will al. tend the lecture next Winter Ilea. W. II. Randall, of I-ondon. waa in Ml. Yernon Monday night. He it quite huti- lul or being appointed I n .Marshal for Kentucky. All of bia fnenda here, and he has many to both parlies, areanxioua lo see him obtain the position .. ..Capl. T J. Ballard, of Ihe Big Hill, wat in town Monday, lie Is a most agreeable gentle man, and ought to receive a hearty sup port lor th Senate, if he obtains the num. nation . . The editor of this department spent a most delightful half day' travel last Monday in company with Mr. oung K. Allison, of the tiuriti. Journal, and Mr Chaa. K. Kincaid, of the Railroad Com mission, They are Iwo aa genial gentle men atone could expect In meet in any country, and, nn doubt, th young ladfea of Stanford wlll'cordially join In this i prcssion of opinion Mr.J. K. McClary It now ab'e to he out and walk aliout Ida farm occasional. Hit fntnds bo to aee him soon fully restored to health Mlrs Nannie Gilraorr, a handsome young lady from Pulaski, waa Hie guest Monday night of Mrs. G. W. Met lure Mr. J. W. Alcorn waa at.Uvingston Monday on business. . Congressman John D. While la expected to return from Waih. Ington lo Manchaster early in May. A Washington correspondent of the Louis ville Cbwiucrruf says it ia rerwrted that Mr. Willi bss Vown.1 l. will wl.il ll.. ii... I dent no more, it it hnpi ti.s.i ,, may not he true. (VvlMwiueses ill. I'ersMS ltrulmnj llBouiiKau. J. II. Vanhook sold ll.ls week to I. N. Kewland, k aaddle horse (ur $r.'. ISorn. to the wife ofKuiilli Ailams Jr, a In weigh! 10) pound MI.s riusle AVooiljrard la rlsitin; friends In llie counlrr thit week. Jeaaie lor, a hluv grasa cattle Imrrr, wa in llroillieaj a few llll.llh.. l. .lulu, lll.-.ii r.1 II--. rodikurg. sint last week her Ihsriecllnz lW. f.a Utllv l'.l ....1. ...... . suter of J. ll and J. II. Woodrard, died rrtenllr at 1'aliiioulli. Kr. ..A n il, siik is .ni,a ram noo.un, a briirht jrounic girl, who, for two niuntlit, haa been unable to walk. Dr. Ilurdrlt tajt that there it now in thit ricinll more ticknes than he haa seen al an other time since he hrgan the j'rsdire here, some six or eitbl yeara ago. -(IliM Kvli-iiuk. lost bunJa was atiollierils lor wuiih we ran thank the Isir.l. Mr. Urliig.li.ne delirerrd Iwo eery iui.reslre aeriuona aud reaied a rich har vest. There were ireral conftaiioiii and one restored. 'Ihe ordinance of bspliiui waa allcndeil lo Kuudajr allernnon, and Monday uiurnlii( two juung jtdiea, con fessing ihe Kitiur al the water, were lii tiwl. tlli, it waa a tloriuua nicelin ' May lh Kuod work fiu in ' Mr. . & Anderson, of the lirui of K. Drawn. Ijh caster, siwnl haturday uifht al thia i.lace. Mr. 'louiiole Itokerla waa al home Hunday Mr. (I. K. l!nin lecenlle had a serei lieuiorrliage or lli lunjis, hut I Utter now. Misa llell KillU wai called In llro.1 head, Mnnda, to see siiksltler llirsiu. ii ol Ii IL Itolvrtt, it iiuit low with imcuiuwiia.. Horse triuliiig nth order of lh dar. )!. T. Urookt Uiuylit one from Mr. Hill Adaiua fur which Ii lutiJ JUKI. J. M. Itowlaml boinlil from Mra. lUhrrts an arid ln.rs fur 11(1. .It seem as lln.iit.li erery Uul had Islen a new lease on life, iruua to work aud iire- Ing th lird. IVoui iliiiifniiil of new team ami lumkir that are cuiiiing from J M. Itnwltnd' mill, mi would readily juuie mai n siik ma ataisuni. J it )I- liod Iu MU) ut Krldty, Naiunlae and Hnudsy i.f till week to )ireachin It it Mr, Van Jt'ut'a regular ipuoinimtnl. A rtlnnloii rone-pon-lenc nf KT. TFAVnt JimttTIUarif. .1. W. I.HOiTV, ATTO HNEY AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, K. tVsetlets Hi all ihe tmirt. lslw streel. nffirw Hrnilb sl.ts ,1 l-ljr V. II. Itr.l'IM'.HT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, Ky. PrsrlleeslsalMSeOninsirf Ike Ktslilri Js-tMsl IH-lrsrt iimrehKMrl-llNssysnl 7-lv ISAAC A.KTr.iVAKT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, Ky. I'rielkes i Ihs IMsrlB r IWl.i.tt s.l iuiaim emails sad I Ik (Wt r Aris!s. flair I iurr-Haws xsnl s;-iy NAM M. HI'HIHriT, ATTORN EY AT LAW, Ml. Vornon, Ky. Will ttfaittb1 Ll waytaalv la b.a b . U aJ fctjAlnUfi ruMtttlM ftiwl U U H f Aft1- "trrm " " Bjitrel MtraMWT !!, W.M.WEBER, Drugs mitl Moilicincs, Mt. Vornon, Ky. Thll hniineia vaa eatahllahed In 1868, and ii the Ant Drug Store erer oprura m AociciaiiG uounir. A fall line or Drugi, Medieinei, Fancy & Toilet Articlei. Oil. Paint. dtp. Oo to the Orlulnal nrno-Htnrotn uavo your uri'icripuout carriuuy comppnnded. Agent for D. M. Ferty ij. airetnanureiiauie rieiu, now tr and Garden Seed. ti'.Ttmi J. T. Claris, Mt. 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