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:r-.-:- . v"vh OAUOAtly ---"XlJQIJr 14, I ft i ; -- . A ft i Ilk- Mi --: :,-rp :-- - - ; r---T-T: - - 7 , . .oTn 4T. ! Vm HTBTKEIOCa WOT , - 1 nii,.Mtiii National uonvanuon. ; Mini new- ., - . ... . i TMCHIIT IUI. I .1 . .., I l V ItUStUtOVE & ALLEN. E 1 r U H- all th Malae ama Terriiwrtea. 1 U eUbllid laot that agricultural fair to most ben eficlal rult ia egricaJluM. t Whan each county or etat gather la on nlaoa Ua infinite varietiee 01 eon ll . . 1 I Ja Ana. - j rroauuu. biriHni.B, nrti . B,u g,a farmer who in we wire what can be done. Mid, seeing ra eouraged to attempt h tbaotalraa. WiciHt County Paper. Tb Btroogeel paasioa la tbe hamae L nr-r-r ttit . 1 1 breast Ie U i-l Form 'iff Ballot Hew Conetitniipa Tea, , Bow (.'onstilttlioe No.' . Kloction, ftaterday, Octobar 80. m B hose who rote tor at moti "NoT those who vol againsi t erase the " l ee. . '-' Where was grand celebration al ISSlilia nod ia Xewjerk,; OB ; Ue ? ',! inau ia. honor to the ntenjory ( tftonnel the Inch Liberator, '' ijllinoia ,'ia coraed ilk ka-klax. if thMrrar ia Minaoori what a iawl thita wonld ba aboal lawlaaa mm reiguing'niipreina. . 1 New Orleans ia iroablad wita tent number '.of aagto gambliag tua inao'and broiaar pUy Wk-a4ack . aa naturally aa wpet-bagger ateala. r 'Difi TOO htir aoTthioE drop, oi in my eveaiRhl deeaia my i rbt ? TV bat are thWe flgurea thai M.ii.rnri me' Kenlncky kaa Dtmoeratie Natioial Convention. ' We Wa received from Col. John Raid, of this oily, Chairman of tba Demooratie Stat Central Commit Ua, a large and hendeome lithograph pioUre, giving a view of the Interior of tba JNeir Merohent'e Etcbange Hall. tit. Louie. Thla picture give a olear idea of it magnifloenl pro. portion.' Col. Keid, "Infliieuced by a commendable pride in hie ((ate and party, kaa been making vigorous k.ithaJMetea-feel- Uforla to bava tba National Demo- l Anmi maa , will Bisaoai, i orauo vm 1 . . .1 1 1 1 .! u thanaalvaa working aa. plowing apaoioae nmu. xruij Br.u,. . ...kik..ukaUD. CoaaiV fairs I mora aoanodioaa place ooul .!,., thi. iDirlt of aaaalatloa ana eaoeeo maa in is room, wo Duuunw rivalry among fanaera, aad It apare aad thirty -Bva feat in length and one team ea to Impreva aad'Uke good kaadred feat wide, and eeveniy-two eara cf tbeir etoek, W plant aattariiaot Biga. inciaamg mo gaiisr.M, rraia, to keep oleaaer laid aa bat-J which attend around three eidee of ' " 1 . a .a t. II . 1 A AAA ..l 1 larfaoeaa. XvaryUtag kS taia eoaa-1 we aan, win i,ww rf"' depaaoa eav agrioatUra. The I "aJaioet a city luu. lata ia one oi faroian art awra iatereeted ta keep- lae largest balls oa the American inar no (airs Uaa ' any aaa eiee. oonUoeot, and in magnitude rivals They gat all tba 4iraet Mnaatr-ta iaa wrges w w . uiw . town people only the ladireot ieae- A. Salional Demouralio Conveo 8U Now. hrasn of Leisyeka, at tioa has never yet been held west . k. Mm turwkloh I of tha JIlssiMlnpL it seems to ill haMflt aaa. row mast ae wins sbuiwui , srewt work. Talk ta yoar aaighboraaboatl CaalMaial year tba meeting of the ia mMM .maaihtaa I alaaa should ba la tha staU which ia, w a" - I .kv. fw.. if it ia oalT bit pamp-1 etaoda wilhoal a rrval lo toe sinoer kin er oaioa. Let every lamer tau aj aaa eireagta oi dh " hia aaighborwbat ho acpaoU to tha party. 8U fjouia. the metropolis d, and tot aim alee aek what the lea tba sun-set aioe oi ua raiar tMber ainaoU to eeao. ia aaon, i atjoarinai.ii ws umj m " "j -L.lk it an" aatU svarvbody ia yoar of tha TJaioa, bat eke is aearly in - a I . . e . i a a J J . -1 J Ard Mnni. who Mftr ikomAi of I U U tbt fotnr oapiul of thi Kv r . . .... -n I m. :i:s:u r.. ..LU 1. .:. ' nl all IMMI I : ."uocr""r- ,HU ",:::." Bdi enrUlo.-. will o aa. .vary Ua rVlZZ'XCWtmmm. wiU look oit, fro. all part, of e ooantry Wffhwereeeived.tromtbaaeorata- w iMt own IntereeU they will I are ansarpaeeed. Missouri has done oUbe Saline county Fair Assooi-1 Ubn M theooming fair at mack of late years to add to the on an invitation to attend the e-1 .. . rhb. oar CeaaUiee with llaarals aad to the material euooees rftioo there, beginingj at Miami aa i.deos your aeib.bort ta aaaaa, lot tha party, aad avaa did she not igBst 'gist, and continuing . four Ma koaaewifs brtag have the largest hall ia the land, the y. Ter are prorpeoU of a good iometnini for exhibition, eaooar- moat apaoioae aad aameroas hotels, t ' . ' : i .'i. ,k. ' h ward and daad.ltha mat est number of railroads ir. , a .Valeh, of Kaw Or- ..d wa wiU bava tba biggeet crowd loanuring . in.i.,i ioiu elark. ki tha heat time that Lafayette-has titled to I ; there, aha would ba an. have tha convention, be- imA Jos,h.Cautii.etolbe beak I eeea ainoe tba aeoarga of 19 I oaaee aearly every other Democraiic itb a cheek fof 2,awi. ne mi- sqppwi. lied Ibi money and that's tbs last i tat bas boen seen of him. Jie tra- i r itwt not sing "Kot for Joe." ' IFrvd Arnold, of fil. Louis, .look i j u btitlls of vitriol under tbe eap- - jsition that it was soda water, aaa ark a swig of -it, but aa he bad iglocled to have a abeet-iroa lining tt in bis stomach La went of to y-tli. tilwy mmlmr lit thsrivef Ik aiauisc Ffba big 'aw fork publiabing nf J. B.: Ford ft Co., tbe arm 4ich puMishea' Beeobers paper, That WA90 rMkag laity baa been already so honored. I Tba west is like a new nation which has growa ainoe 1776; it is the eeoond Hose time ago tba aoantry waa Amerioa, and aa tha waet contributes startled, or rather It wasn't startled, for we bava gottoa ased to thieves ia eSoe, by tha aanoanoemeot thai a package aoatoiaieg . MT.000 bad been stolen from tbe U. B.Treeeery departmenu Nothing was beard of il for moataa, several gaahiera aaa eraekmea ware arreetad aa eaepletoe aad tba detantlvea, who ham iv repolauua or tmmg -m- natnral cunaintmaae aaass oi ealvea as aaaaL ueh to tbe glory, wealth and happiaeee of tba nation, we tbink aba aboold have a few of tbe "empty honors" so called. . w That Bond Story- la 1S07 a committee waa appoint- I ed by tbe Geeeral Assembly to de- Mrtalu state bonds, amount- 1 tag W about 3,(XK),uw. IsuttM aaamioed them, made Now tba Uiavee aehedale of them, eealed tbsm Bp, Christian Union, and. Besoher h. k. 4 aaarhr all tba d pat Uem ia the Bute Treee- oaks, bas been knocked higher tone -, tjorarad. A fallow waoi.rer-s offlos, tntnaing ov . p- , . I . . . . . .1 .. . . e - . kit. . a Aomniittoe eaamuiea ia-1 Lu . M..arant ia Waahtaitoa is i earvs taem mere ir oharged wiU being tba sua who Geeeral Assembly eooeptea uie uii,k.nu.ulsnisai a tm Of uo ' ' . " .1 . , ,.. u..,. T,u i -i u i. ik. bumf flenanaaaaii waea at. iwitoi baa oonfeoaed Uat be etote l, bat I arer, left the omoe, aii in... .... tAat-tntauta. aagiassrea taa joo. i at aooaa, ae i 1 Oumaa gat tba aaoaey. It to .aasd, I la Ua vealle. by tbe legislative com and kept it. - At any rata a passage stltus, were aiill there, all right. 1 ' - a I ek iort Calntna am at which aontaiaed g30,l0 waa aepoa- u xaroa, oa, - " - I . - . " I - . i U .UJubaaan mat1 eUttl litod by Qttaaaa la taa Uwrneaia treaearer, m. w" aaviaga haak. Of Aiaaaadria, aad ate Moore, or ue eommi., that waa apaaai, aad taa aaoasy to-la ireesurj wm b tbeir affsirs tbe other dey, and 4vised creditors to aooept 55 OSnls H the dollar. . , u... L ! All the Intelligencer's talk about auving to tb county, through lu ,w bidding, ia bnnoombe. . If they eer did any printiag for tbe county it less than tbe regular rates, it waa r just the same reason Jack would sot eat iie supper because they wildu't get it Oar. experience baa aogbt us that those who are the not constant ia their boaata of ax estiva honesty will bear-as aloee etching as the balance of mankind. i.ildlike and bland" woaldpteome - 's wfltoaaaa beard of extremely la will be caned r -fl 6- W asir opiaioos of ? CaJI ion at tba ballot-bo. It ia oot a erleot instrument by, any meaaa, nit it ia a vast improvement aa tba ia n.uk- nnnatitntioo. eome of wboe provisions -were abortioae, vm eived in ein, kud.tbe joint off ning of, malice and' fanaticiaav w booe that it eriU ba accepted by Sh people; and wa arge all trae emocraU to cost their ballots ia Wcr of it: tl week we publish- ft an xbiastive . analysis of iU hi(haU ahoald. read, aa it. givaa 1 plAfld auecinet digest of Its P points. i .'i ... . m Within -ibi las three moniba we iiii -vJ (fierelfave beeo no leea than re negro raviahora hanged by ssdbs t various part of tba iana. ua tae h insfe Mrs.' Joba' Howard, ol fem, MoMinn eonnt. Tsnneseea, as stopped in tha road by a asgro to altemptod' to rob her. It to ,jo aiweHed bo attempted to violate terpersoiiXTbi g' was.captnred and loi&odrin i'1! nd "bt a pnrtyofiairty masked asea took tbe p ...fc. Mren or eight Ioe in inwr Bwrr ,w . . . u Hans iu. waw W " 1 - ., raeovared. Both of tha mea are aow posse at bonds, threw them in a pile eader arrant, aaa the poor set will at tba loot or tbe lerraoo oi .-r k. .k. ..ITr-r 1 Ottmaa itoL and aH tbsm oa Are. Some k.. mA luiWi vaUded Ieae came into tbe Treasurer'a office, k.a m..hova ev iaeUoe." . 4 aad told Mr. Salmoa tbe wind was arasa, tba a-1 Mmom directed Mr. Sieveneon, . JUdat Copea-. . . dn. -Bd M. that .s iaet' Hs wse a I . wn, destroyed. Seoator- iloore iff ""aloaa.. ataadia over the pile of bfwtaaww m I harawe: papsra. As Moore wa in ohildrea af his Owd heart, aa waa l fc M(0B lhd trmiD( be went off, aad left, Steveneon there, Ulling him to sea that all the papera war. A,tni. Steveaaoo picked np tinge. Aa a write at fairy w,rtj 0f the papers.to unfold tbera, etoriea for tba joaag, he POsseeeeo lBy woai, barn more tba ehem of stmpueuy aaa sswnu oc d of the wermeet and ereet seaaibiliUee, aad these abar actarieliee par mealed ail has wri- aaae, aad all hi oharaetere, "nether tbay were to were, or traea, or aa imala, or baasao beiaga, ware -lied wiu a spirit of reality aaa ma which made them atvf Siil breath beforatha atlaa" aye.' There-wa nothtng of tba horrible, tha weird or raoidlr. aad by thia means saw what wa tbeir Batata. He eaye that be atood at Ua burning pile until every paper waa transformed into ashes. This Is Ua substance of tbe story aa told by the report of Ue late oom- mittee ef ipveetigaUon. Ine ong iua. which wsi appoint' tvmi wu.. 1 . . The arrant wne,-a'" Ua eraal la hie Imaginative piotoTea, destroy Usee evidences of staU bat ait was lots, aad gen ties ess lwlbUBBi aay that tbsy did not and baaaty. f Taa moral inaeecee of I mtU $ Nk4duit 0f ths bonds, which bis writings apoa Ua toadev baaM v. M..v tb,M million ding flowers of yoaUfal Intaltoot, dolUrij beoaose that would have waa liks balmy breeiee aad eooiing n(0M(jul(d tb. employment of a dews, making them to grow la eher- el(rk Md M Mptoditura af 30. ity. He was a goad saaa aa wall a Tb Boiot ia &t ,tory lays a good writar.la tba klgheet sense it fcot tht a lot of these 11,000 of U word. One af lhaea rare boB(ljj suppoaed to have been de oombiaaUoas af bright" latollooi, tgtojttt are (till ia existence and aad geaaiaa goodnees whieb, w p ,nT tim4 Dd call for sawaOMiooasaaHwiaw w-- ,Tmot. bull 1 ' Old I yoaag win mis bias, atoara " l i...L teeUT oi kjra I "Ziif our oUet aad moot esteemed ...... .k. V.i v. .... W-1 ar's k.Hi-e iiu . r.d Mc1ir H tie a ail autaHt Cr.urck, t er ?C.V Ourck. ec b be r- "taei Ufa b 41 vt tbe oi.u.ub gun g toXhiS aide, promisiiig a surna sna nana iw nogsut new ibttpes remoe from his his new one tbe gnne, handsome women and hi ' sporting knick VJatament (!), whioh walls ana laoir, to aia aew auase- '"Bene. .,r,d lo ;-j,B- twna,a.e eiw a lew wto. wita ah tin Pk I tet-er, nnumtm timm, orew e re- t mttrmr 94t am at aim. tfce nail a j-iaicg the fl or aear hi feet. ; lie j'-mped bohiud a picket gala and Uitm til used Ua dom altar: bun, waaa aba fired another ahot, tbe ball pwaing Uroagh Ua panel aad ihrvagh bie hat aboal an iock above b ehead, bury itig tieetf la the walL Tbe saaa who were oa Ua aidewalk rsebed ia aad eeeered tha girl and tuok Ua wespoa from bar. Tea aaae ie said to be breach of Btvmies aad Mdaetioa. , Tba girt to about aia- tieu eara of age. hnne to axpnand f.he ever-varying oadaoka. A.B.N. I if? 7 . wkJ-. w phe SOih Inst, Proprietor of a ower pert sif jvuloan iron f privy vault arise Frame, Wh Boblieb ioended Into joboe'e body, Ml air Bed -tied before -Sir," said a little plastering maa to a religious oppoaeot, "to what eeet do yoa eappose I belong r" "Well, l asa't exactly know," re plied hie oppoaeot, "-but to judge from yoar eiaa, appaaraaoe and the oastant baasmg, I sboald Uiak belooged to Ue class g so rally iueecia." ik yoa aalled Tbt MoTBOB Mirdsrer. Jaatsa misht have been expected, isrv la tbe aaae of John 0. Lee, 'ormoo Elder, ebarged with bs- FEM A'id,r l baB(1 of, "f"1 who oomatti4't , EUJISTH., .,J.4lBet ; Vv'; .- .ia eetieaation, eon- rritxk. . . ebf "ora that y,?"m w-iMknUe. of rew XU R.U.I..1UM Wr4tt . 1 ,ktttf wlltlM TlwrMiik. nFnblteCieltHUM , far ruiiesiM ud tm, aMaeacre. Tbe tojta-'iui-p.." jjtj,, jT" ... . .... 14Wja ssf e. . U gbsl Bjvuws CENTRAL FEMALE oil ot x torp, ars far sworn i.iut . i -. . . u, ll win gwlli.WytrtlKHllAT w.m nnr i, iKt,. . A rail i rxeciivDI MCk-n will St nl SB llw la IMlulla ell ura. k-Mlk ie ,n rrnvn. T . ' n tha e0'1. SO fleatoH. , , k.irssn- ciiun m mi mm frns. m hi, ..!, ma o s. jelar toct at oar offlas aoj. wiuaauaeiciMi.. eaiuan ao tbie week, three eUlke a m aaah Iaa aal of whioh aapportad eight bead. lYjTJSLlZPZr1" Soth- They were raieed ea Ue Caret of W. onwun. rn'miimii:'" " obe this ii. l5BWMiaint -Bdaa. ftSTJ-"-"IC-. , .... . the - .nrrK t. . matter THM INSIOTITOnOtlS VRAVD. Now, wouldn't It be just enough to make Job swear and k saint whine, if that abominable Utile fraud were to drop down oo na again "suddent like!" Read Iheee telegrams. Ths stale fund commissioners ad vertise for bids on a seoond install ment of the 15,000,000, renewal bonds autboritsd to be irstied by tbe late legislature. Tbe amount now offered is 11,278,000. .Tbs com- missinnsrs have disorstion to make the bonds either 5 per oent. payable in gold, or 6 per cent, payable In legal-lenders, or S per cent, sterling bonds, and tbsy csll for bids on each kind. All are five-twenty bonds, payable in 30 years, rsdeemable at tbe pleasure of the etate at any time after five years. A teamster named Kurd, ran in Iront of runawar team id at. Louis, oa Ue 9th lost., wsa knock ed down, run over, and killed. Eddie and Tommie Bark, two little St. liouis lada, were drowned, while bsihing in a pond,, near La fayette Park, oa the fib inat. -( Tbs bsavy shook of an earthquake waa felt at Hollistsr. California, on U 8th inat, A aoa of Matthew Williams, farmer 'residing a short distanoe from Sedalia, waa kioked by a mule a few days ago, hi akull fractured, and he died as a result. On the 6th inat. a dispatch to Omaha, from Grand Island, braake, ssys Ue air ie full of grace boppera, flying south, the paat two dava. but few have alichted. Tbe farmers an anxious, as tbe corn oroa ii sot out of dancer. Tbe reil of the erops have been harvested. Two or three arrests hsvs been made of persons supposed to ba ooo- cerned in the robbery ot H7,WU from the treasury department. Tbe names of those arretted nave oui been made known by the treasury department, nor any partloulare coaoeroinc Ue arrests. Ons or two of those arrested are said to be well known gamblera, tbat a treasury clerk is impliosUd, but no such in formation bas been given at tbe de partment On the 7 lb inet., a gam bler named "Peter" Brown waa ar rested at Saratoga. Parker, the treaam er of South Car olina, was in jail for robbing the treasury. He escaped tbe ( ' dy, inrad in three d; Uii. Man who wsts born to ov " B-- never drown. Wkiu tbe family were aittlrg at tbs front door of a jewelry norm in Cincinnati oo tbe 7tb iust., a Uief came in the back door and stole 110, 000 of jewelry from the rpen eafe. Tbe Boonville Advertissr says Ua; three masked men went to Ue reel dence of Thomae Dunnioa, cashier, of Aehle & Dunnica'a bank, ort tbe Slh inst.. and attempted to break in with tbe intention it ia suppossd ol carrying him to tba bank.' He drove Uem elf with bia revolver. In the vicinity of Marion, Illinois, there are two families of desperadoea, who are killing and robbing right and lelt. They commit murder ana robberies aa bad and frequently as those so repeatedly charged against th. JmM lid Younger boys cf Missouri. Tbey have committed eeveral desperate murders, and tbe atata and county have offered a re ward of $1,400 for tbeir arrest, A lot of priaoaers broke out of the Denver, Colorado, jail on Ue 7U inst. All were recaptured except Kwan Hall, W. Wildon and Henry Leighton. Fifty milea aoutb oi wen ver tbey were decoyed loto a cor ml, where they expeoted to eecure horses, provided by friends lor meir ... . , . -r esospe. w nen wunm a iow wi v. Ue decoy horses, tbey were nrea on br sixteen men. Leighton pierced by eeven bullets snd instant lv killed: Hall by tour ouneiayaoi be died in a few boura; Wildon, who t is snDOoeed received, eevere rnnnds.' succeeded in eeoaDUiaV and ia still at large. AH were murder ers. On tbe afternoon of tbe 11th inet. a WrnaOO 01 exiraorumarj ""' Dassed ovsr tba northwestern por tion of Philadelphia, Pa., and, trav eling in a path about four hundred feet wide, caused great destruction of property. About adoaen house were unroofed, treee were torn np by tbe roote, sign demohebsd, Iheoee over thrown, eeveral chimneys top nled down, borses, attached to wagons were thrown to the ground, .. ..irons smashed. The roof of .i..d,not of Green A Coates etreet r - . . . railroad waa blown on eon w. nearly a square dj n..nnantA.KAPaAaJlus. 8,1875. r Knnd.T morolnc a large ..w of raashopper psssed over Uis portion oi the ettte, bat did not ..m to Ue ground. Ibey were quite high, csme from the norU, and Lul tn Ua aoutb. It waa about Ik... n'nibek in tbe afternoon be r... ik. raar soara oassea mw Had tbsy seen fit to coins dowa and tiait our corn-fields, they would have stripped them aa Clean aa iney did lesi year. fluAHA. Aug. B. To day's speoiaia r. ,h. wast state tbat grasshop pers era very nunwruu. Island, Willow Inland. Central City, Wood river and Hasting, and are doina great damage in the viomlty of tnosa planes. 'a I an if f Willisgtoi and Mt. Hope SoMlp. During the past two week evenU have transpired in Ue vloinity of Wellington and Moanl Hope, whioh bava filled the minds of tb eltiaens of Uat vicinity wiU ttspiolon and distrust. Tbey bint at U existence of a atat of affair whioh may lead to trouble,' both to Uemeelve and olbe.s.' t Either from a fear of doing otbsr people injastloe, or from a fear that they may bring a very lively hornet's Beet about their eara,' tbey have said bat vary little openly, al though from what wa have heard, there 1 a storm brewing la Uat 10' oality. and One Uat is going to barst with U suddsnsss of on or Tic s tornadoes, unlss th oaaee exists only In a diaordered Imagination, We will tell tb story ol this ooaaty neighborhood as elesriy aad stoclnt- ly as possible, aad leav the people oi that diatriot aad tola, vicinity to draw there own inferences.' . We shall axpres no opiniotion this mat ter, but relet Ua facto ee related to by, a eUeWe 'peiaoii w8ome months ago amalj, lsforsisd man, like Prosperoa, Caliban, br Damaa' nuncn Baoa: ei MOtra ima, reeiaeo in Ue bottom near Welllngto. He Hved oa little patoh of groaad, tilled the toil a little, aad devoted Ua residue of hi time to bona trading. He Beamed to' have no other oooopatioa, aad dida't labor very bard at tbat ' Tba people of the vloinity have looked upon him wrtb glanoes U opposits of approv ing. About two weeks ago, H. B. Tnnstall, a marohant of Wellington, lost a mara, valued at about 876. A week ago a Mr. Pausswsll, a shoe maker of tb same plaoe, loot a horse, 1b a very mysterious meaner. A short time after Ueea horses were mieeed, tbe Hunob Baok moved down to the vloinity of Mt. Hope, where three of bis brother live. A short lime after lb remove! of thi man to tb Mt Hop neighborhood, a man oame to Pausewell aad told P. Uat he bad ssen his bona in th stabls lot of Uis deformsd man nssr Mt Hop. . Pausewell, hia informant, and b third maa pat on tbeir pistol, mounted tbeir koreee, and rode to tbe Hunch Bsok's plaoe. , When tbey arrived tbey found the wlf at borne, and asked for her buabaad. She told Uem he had gone away somewhere. Tbe men suspected Uat and rode off. soma distance, 1 tbey ' paussd, aad looking back, saw the woman start from th houae and go rapidly to ward the dent woodland, whioh to near br. Tbey wnt ek ia the house, and by th time Usy arrived there belb husband joiwile ware in the bouse. One 6f tha parties told Ue man tbat Psnsswell's asefw'bad been seen in hie ateble-lot, and tnal they had crtrof to make inquiries etnutu. Tbey gave hlmtr-hheVsr. alend Jjnat they ., Uoagbt he knew something about tb bone, and that he would eave hies self a great deal of inconvenience by telling them all . 1 Tf. ..I. fc. k...f kAlklHIfl ne anew, um ...... q about Ibe matter. Also' told them tbat the horse had never beeo, nor been eeen in his lotaod that it wa altogether a mistake to suppose tkat he knew anything "of tbe borse. Finally Pausewell told him that If b shonld see th bores anywhere lo the neighborhood,' and would get It aad return it to Pausewell, Uat tbe lat ter would psy bint tan dollar. Ha said tbat if be should eee tbe bone he would return him. Pausewell and hia party then rode away and talked with neiibbJrt in lb Vloinity, Tbeir remsrke war in ubslsnee aj follows : Tbe neighbors do not seem to have the highest adesrrMioo Kr the family. Jba-tbree oUer brolb uf also hoi trader., in n'eigbbors say tat theaijulta a little business in that way oma timsa, bavine'a maBy as four berses st a time. Tba aeigbbor eeid tbat Uey Uorfbt tbe boys were living down eoaswbsre ia tbe dene wood di.trifitand told Pausewsll If b woulUk the troubl to go dowa iolotbat lonley pot,bs would probe bit see the boys.snd tbay might poa- hlv know aomethioii aboat ' the lght Advanturo of a Modaat '-V-.-i.- n. Ti.,irkirt nlcht ths moon hwn with aeon radlanes In the sapphire k i the wmd, with , velvet llnitsrs. wncbs .nd xhm aaaulet lbs UirobWng brsln. snd the .ll.noe of a beautiful night, on ofmeWesArisrisiia., tent s charm ..Mrial surrounding which nude ha Mind winder oar into iuouzdh fsrlss, ghosts and angel vl.ll. About hallpsssalns,00 Ibis night af exquisite bssutjr, a Utile mystsry transplnd la our .ktat. whkik is a severer srai. vn uw srsnlng, Cksrlss Loomu nao sw .k. ... r the kind which a fellow au't nosslblr nut off-one thsl would lead him to sress tbs Internal review u. a b trine ansnentloa Bridie, bal wnei be would make It. Wring bis can sir. win Wsutworth dispensed the worm los snras and auurtaslee of the Quarlee A Or. satsbUthment. "The amiable and dlffldent wunam waa aeennvlng a ebalr al ue leant doer. In a languishing atmuoa. with bis tost ssveral rards aigner man blenesd. Hs waa gaalng with s penslvs mils at ttw nsla heed awoB, wblck shone with a aalm brillaney to toe clear sum' mar aulas. Sltonee rebraad la tbe uousu Irtuletstrseuantll tt was bmkea by the stock strlkuglen. aiineesms aw menliriU's revetice wer' Interruped by tha sounds of a sllverv vMre,- like tke ami. low ebo- tB talra's soag erne leaety mwmlala glade, ashing mr a tHsssafeoda. With the promptness and artanlrr of a hasinase man. hs Brass wse heated th counter, tilt nun alauMlMthlmeaaeaswwbom blsvislt- ire. There stood two Nuns or aisien al Cturltv . dressed In Ibe somber snd pe eallsr attire of die eouvent, with long Meek veils sonoeallug their bee. third lad. wss with them, but she toe wssdoselv veiled. With Inward trepe- dstloaaedrewtne soda, while tbe two nuns sod their eoetpaalon ciggwa ana wade stnnte elgns. and acted Hocetner 1. stent myaterloua manner. All prfeetly dlarulsed. snd after annaing their sods neder tbeir veils, hsnded aim money. Whilabewas la thabsek pert of the store making ebsnge, the trio dis appeared, like Ihe vUlon nf e dream, aaa iHiwbe dc nut kanw whether Ibey were dewiaad Wood ot disembodied eplrlis. I'bere ss AlrteaatD ue woou pin. COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. W1U4NOTOK. Th ornps in thl violnlty look very promising, nd ir we do not have frost too sarly, w will make plenty of corn. Tbe grangen are trying to fix som plan by which tbey can obtain seed wheat thia fall w hop tbey will be successful, 1 do not think e will have a pub- Ho eohool tbie winter. I her nn been bt an applicant and b was from FultOB. From his appearanoe, w supposed b bsd left the aylum before bis time wa out. Som of tb boy teld biro b had bettor Do isb bie lerm l Fulton before b tried to get a school. N. It. Fulkersoo baa been visit ing nlklivee and Wende In this olty for aaeeral daV. H fepr""" tb house of J. W. Parmele A Co., of Kooxville, Tenn. George Moore, tbe men who w hurt by tb explosion oi a su. boiler, ie getting along a well as could be expeoted under tbe oiroom- etauoea. 3 ,. Misses Gaseie seller ana r.na Warnwsg bsve been viaillng friends ia this viomlty for eeveral weeke.bei have returned to Lexiigiou. As tba Lexington Indies are uusurpaxa ed in beauty or intellect, it ia natu ral that Ue young gentlemen vi uu. little town should go drooping around like tbey had lost tbeir bent fnai.d. BnL Mr. Eiitor. we ac knowledge Uat we belong to tbat party. & E- BioomsviLxa. HlooiMtviLLB, Mo., Aug 10, '75. Kditohs Caooakiab i I see an item ia tb Intelligencer in regard to tbe game of bassbsll played bere be tweeo oar first nine and tbe Ante lone of Lexington. It eays our club displayed He ignorance of the a-ame bv ob eoting to Jjironoa a underhand pltobii g.U.ereby ehowi and evarvtio ly w atruid toRj any tiling, trmt might offend I hem. Nil wstl'inlr that tlioi p rues stiotld kn . r nW tins, sntl bavV ohnrw to olesr lhmlviil of such foul Ohsrgos, fnr It l too incredible to lie Wn.i, nmt as Mr. ('. is a pcrsmiel fi 'i'iij, wo dim't liks to Loot- sue" things mud, and nop tl.ey will pilu H H to our guiiemi twfao ttni. If it ie true, wliiuh we can't bolli-ve, Ibcy deeerro tli. execration 0 botn givers, reoeivm and till other honest men. If it is not, It is vs'y wrong and injurious to them to How aucli rt-uorls lo uwcuntr' otl Of onursa. von are te use your own Judgment about publishing tbie, but wa bnpe war win not pu.uin yum making known tbe truth. Honor lo auswsr to this is the following tatemonl of th amount of corn, lo whom sent, ii oost and other neces sary points : LixmoToK, Mo., Aug. 11, 1875. v Statement of corn donated from Obtq, sent lo Wm. JCrskio and K. M. Sparks, and distributed by Jo. Hook, as follow : To'Afat WmSibswb Township flu bus. To Aint Bai-e- u.r'fvwDkSip '.. 00 Due. To AKnl frlo Township. , ,.ti buM.. ToAtf.nl LoilnftoelWunln.. to km. ficwil, Mini TT ..... 1 ua,.' 1 bo.. S bu. , t bat. , i Dili. out. tkbiu. 1 bin. .... SMUIU. ,....l.a. 1HUIU. .....ItOuiU n...MfrfM. loul ......!7t bill. AmoBnl aonwu Luring on hnd 7S boib.ll, wnico .. " ia .. ml Oft hu.h.1. moontln. lo ; SW 75 E,lnc. on cr frolf bl on olo ni iwimipi " r. mm I la, ..it . .50 Sloran i.lt"S.. MSV-t.lt l his is a true statement Irom my books, which can bs seen by calling al my offioe. Jo Hook OABBAOB KBOK. Mb. Editor : ( am unable to give you any item ol newe inie weea, except In relstion to the meeting PROS.- 7 or THE-- J.nr, Nloboll. Urm WIS unneau. hu. Junea Lowborn, annaa ........ H ainftPWI. 'oy owniiiy.. Tboo. krttis. MOJO... Urorflo rrrolt, oo , tiH. n.r, i.,".. ra. fir:SlS, HIH....A Mil. loe, onl U. A. Cttoipbcll, HBI...h Dnvu Hh I, hsi Bn Kilo, mo Billy Forrester, a bora rogue, and a professional burglar, I bow in th Jolistt prison. Billy ba alwy pre tended to know a great deal aooui ibe Nathan murder. He ba made STsral blood-ourdliog coofstsions, only to retract Uem, after ha bad wrought up tba interact of th pub lic Lately be ba mad rtvtlatioo in whioh h giv a elroumetantial account of Ue murder, aad say Uat th plot to break open Nathan a sale wa gotten op and exeoalod with Ue co-operation aad oogniaaooe of om high offioial ia Nw York, w bb helisvs anyUlng Uat I said of tb muaioipal offloere aad polio of New reeter baa mieted hi vocauoo w being a worher op of blood oard n,. mmanoaa for the New York Weekly. 'Ihe ooly way to, ge truth oat of seoh oeoniog sesmps aa Bill. Is lo put tbsm uadsr a hydrani hi. nrasa. and eaueesa it oatoHina r . . . . . jevo v wen ysvautiMt ," .w sllfs, s. bo to a Mood' add Uikiog ne- of -a taae la r tired of y' tin B- wap" J h-nktog ,.op Co, . ll braoof " rj aail Pari,:,, i over tba world, ie an Ok of son practical truth k . ,k. rm weans " man aa this world T " ." 'P0 otatsd, Ueir ageor ' 'o-est, snd circumstaaw whioh ao human fora-al'"'' - k..w -iihat l widely anown th.trft , pf England, and a eredltt .'aV'goad a that of tba . Gibraltar of tba eoav Lroba. waaea an araouat of ba- maa, euurlng tnat wa wm feow -outil U ludgmeot aay, It Is a .. W thing to be tb bead ol sack a great mooied corporation ss his was i to ba known ail over sa , . world, among peaeanle, prinoee ana publicans, bu. think of tb night or reslleea anxiety, Ibe day of scheming, U throbbing puis, U brows knitted with, thought wbiob wer necessary to carry oa tbie great business. Wa pea only tba oateiae of th mailer. Tbie bone, lik tba falling of grant tree, baa wept to earth tmaller individual tress. larg number of wealthy actor lost tbat tbey were ouly familiar witb towa ball. Our club aooepted a challenge from tb Antelopes with the aiiderstaoaing mat vney em.mu plav ao Lexington men in meir 01110. When tbey oame down, however, tha hronaht five of tbe beet play er of tb Alblelee, and attempted to put la an underhand thrower, just snoh throwing- aa tbe Alb Islet bowl- sd o mnoh about being allowodv at Brownsville, whioh tbey there sun holed to tbe partiality or ignoi anoe of Ibe umpire. The Antempe. uoai ly pat In a pltesier and tbey beat oar hnrs nsarlv t ' toons, wbiuh was nhaarfullv t OWrvdned, and the v i.itore presented wita a new oau. It onr bova axa binoraat of tb gam Usy nvr sA-l IB outeia er when playing esae g -v. roaatntaBW " v and children foei"" " hopper-like rap" f ,,owevef, we will try to r Jr par oilier aee pondeocy. ' : kit tbe suosbine 00 oar deea, 4 kvdies antil we grow tell act faV-aad cast a ihkdow a loov ai tba pedigree of a Northern V ,;st.BiHs smasher. A orueb- (at e.itremity ie the biggest 1 1 have to report. On the 6ih ,J'a eon of B. O. Husse waa play- i.g on some oara witb a 101 01 other hove, wbso hs fell from one of ibem end tha oar ran over aod cruahed hia foot in a terrible manner. . It waa found aeeeetary, ia order to savs the limb.to amputate Ue boy's foot, aod Ua operation wee skillfully and suc cessfully pariormea ny vn. 1 , ' . THfi" now in progreta in mo njitmi, ohuroh at Greettton. Tbe preaoher found al the beginning of tbe meet ing both cburcb and people either dead or fast.asleep, spiritually ; but there seems to be a gonerai wami? ; up of all parties. Up to pate tgie have been eix conversions, somo et tbsm bard cases. Wednesday mgbl eleven went forward for prpver. More anon. . AUU.VU.LB. Weather pleasant; the growing eeasoo never better. . Tbe exoeasive and oonlinued ruins have made Dra. O'Rear and Grave, quite busy.' Miss Hoea TuU, of Lexingiw, j J visiting Caut W, A. 'i-Wnton. , i Mrs- J. p.W- 'wteaol t irw-T hoc remodeled 4 T3e Aullville 1. B. C. plnyeJ.iN Guretas on tbe lOlh inst, Ar 'ajrt'l nd ml, Tbe icings scored, -thus : for Aillvllle, 19 ; Eurekas, 44. j O.. ths 2lh inst, they played he.Con Vi;:' . The Caooasian, now in tiie tm year of its existence, in firmly etui lished and the recognised eiposni of the Derhocrnoy of the Miasosi Valley. It had. He inception id birth ia the darkest dayi iD the hi -tory of our Stale, and btt ItborsJ unswervingly in behalf of those pni- ciples which lorm the basis of Aim loan liberty, and bpe prospered wiU tbe triumph of those principle! otti partisan fanatio'tsm and wctisul prejudice. Ibe CjAOcasun,' (mviiij; mm: to one c it original lwk, u pslDsorl.perne ititl t i-ptrsd , roulio u ip irst cisiH uti'p'tpr, n plete'wlft intnriMliHi; hud intn. tive iputlef i find , giving lis jppi naw of if ' '. '-and cmrrut .a a they'"' ' ; k,.. . ka.es aaaa it, aa the monev bv Uem. One FreaoB oranoa .k.a.ilAk.f Bat-PaajeaweWhouMBaaaraaoaii and hia companion seemed to bevi robbed Uo firm of 130,000 at one no further desire "tbi mystsry t bin. ,1 of hoppers are wr. OkUHA.AogUSl tb wst still show fraasboppsra ny bey have appeared Wvommg. Ineomi thev have beeo I davs past, anna we) eloade eootb if p ndrle from etooda 01 patbward, ramie City, tiiee where tut enteral 'w: eeea reported aa pop. PT am laiiure. At bww mw othr Uings Wba man gate into Ue tread-mill of large baeineee, when be gU drawn into a vortex of schemes, a labyrinth of plane aad ao inextricable tangle of connection witb other bu.meee, be aaa t get oat if he wante to. H mud fight and toil and oonniv and schems to keep bie big machine in order and motion, or om aingl wbssl will gt wrong and dowa will oom U , whol (Unoftaiarv Bfetem, whereby any ,in man atudvina medioiue aad ' being aaabl to pay lor af ,i.. ... mIm a Bsneficiary feholarebip. which rvltovp. him of . n . 'I net pevmeat or ins rroiasaoiw pehli.willb.ptoM 11 .. no um bae aboiiab. S all fe for i&l Faculty being una wuohj ested pVianiarilr b Vor examibTuopa for tat J" fine wui . --i: - 1 auwat. LouUville, ivy. I Coaaervatot; to XttW sssjsbs ea ww I , :frbi.,..tob..BUto..W,, or lb BeoBOMta Aeg1- j . Foster and 80011V Camden, who are alwaye ready to heal tbe eiok, lead the bliud and aaw on the legs 01 meir leuow oiliaene. M esters. Foster and tiaalon, of this vicinity, start for tb Loo Star tele ia a few day. We're eorry to iooee Uem from our midst, out our loss will b com one's gain. ' A e oommend Uem to the kind care and regard of tbe people, with wbnm their lot may oo caai, aa ejoou pujr sicians, trae gentlemen, and worthy of tha esteem of alt good people tea will add tbat Uasloo ia unmar ried and any Teiss dam-sell, will do well to splice "tin nim ana louruoy down the road of time witb a man every Wky fitted to be the Husband of a Nannv Jane, Pasaed lu bar oneoas. jnrueu Snowden ha paeaad away, put off Uia mortal coil, oroaeed over tbe river, gone to that land of rett.wbere tha winked eeese from troubling end tbe wearv are forever at rest. Mint Snowden bed no relations in ibis annnLrv. aa we know of. Dba wet two ana a nan years um, nu a-ood a Blow "mar" aa over was . t . hitonaa. Cundiff. and Snowden brothers farm waa inandated, and they lost their ntlre orop. Hans Uallov, oordislclob. Tuo eonre sCood, for Aullviile, 58 j for Concordie, 34 Prize, t bal and ball. Tbs Lexing ton olio will have lo be on ibe "look out."M i Jodsi Dow nine sold one nf bit farms.known as ine Weok's farm, to Mr. McQueen, ot Dover townahip. Judge Downing bought of S H. Lents, 00 sores of land sdjaceut to his horot place, for 3 000. . Mr. Jacob Zanlineyer Bold bis farm to Jas. Wiley, for 85 per acre. Mr. Z. las goue to Texas with the expectation ol remaining. Bert Wren bad twd mules and one borse killed by tbe froight train on Toendav .nieht last. - Suon mulen ill be bard lu &ud-ey wee young, imt CAtrrnsiAK, v .-' niBiiiiiin.ocuni aeceetat !'"n,i,.n lo iboiw of oor meKiioiif o Dinke "Uei'bulnsrt'ki; 11 the: psuple of Ltifn stw .) oircat'. 'J" ' o0' 'JfjewV Llipfiniyhont dllreaf ajf 'alKclssssf .. -A .; THE CAUCASIA xplor," aod did aot go dowa into th wood to iotrviw tb boyt, though it i barely poasibta from tie faot that tbey deal ia horsee, U tt ttk could have told omtbing aboil tb msitor. Tb bona, boU f tbsm, may bava Btrayed away and may b reoovered yet. ,. , J. Important to dtoal Btidwtt. Th Tru.teee of tb liouisviiie WU(I nut aDaB him, and Medical College (Louisville, Zj.,) . . biB w ptoet. Mea who blow have, in oooordaooa wiU tb frovw- Wj whltl have to pay big prloe Ion of Ulr charter, etobUshd a forth4n,. Stephen GirardonceBid Uat iof all bie millions b got enlr hi board aod clothes and lodg lag. Tbs facto onght to consols Uos wbo are wishing mat may ware engaged ia a larger end mora complicated and exciting busine!. and making mora money, peddler appears Xhta) Slip oofta BtrPIOULTT Soeap tint ein a valued corrss Dondsot in tb Pleassnt Prairie naigbborbood nl u a communioa tion, in which be said thai Ihe peo ple of tbat vicinity bad been very maoh disappointed regarding the quality of some of tbe oom that bad beeo cent them. The communica tion reflected upon those who bad sold tbe eoru. One of Ue gentlemen referred to wee abteol from ibo oily at the time, aod we promised our oorraspoadeut and tbe people thai upon his return, when be couu ie present and present nis snswer an defense, we would p'ln.mh u, oom muuicauon ana the ftuswer iosjuih- io the Caooasian, arge, well Driii U" nx anu Do.ew quauuos. xn, norte bad but equals, and has tbe best time on record in f reedom township asa "tuner. Un last auuduy there waa a large "turn out o bear Brother Wright preach al 114 iSapti.t cburuh. Alter he inorningeeriuoo all repaired lo Li. vairot a pona, whore tiro W wet di'pwe to entorce bie teauh- iigs,"Jeius answered, venly. verily. I say unto bee, except a man be born of wate. and of ibe epirit, be cannot enter into the kiugdom ol uoa. i If you wan a drink of ice-wler. or the bigeBt pper of sugar or coffee lor a oniiar, calico at 0 1-4 oanls per yard, and tbe largest etock 01 meu's, ladies', oys' or raisae' boots and shoes, cat on (frovs Youogs, This is said To be bis initiatory step. 1 uah. MISSES' POKINQ CLUB. Ths klliies' Guklng Clikb, met Stat Thurtdty evenln at the rwklenai.ol Eihtn Alien. Tliublewts lotdodwltb siiecimens oleooln whlchj,ielved ibe highest enoomluni-that rV fr wsru til stieu. r ' f Uj The ynung folk hid a ver" pleasant time and we are tithe opinion that the club Is so tnttttutt wonh sustaining. fs now nlinnt ntrior? tmon lU1! volume, after aa unparalleled f parous career. Now i the tin1 ubacribe, and begin with Ue volume. TERMS: WO PrtAM t-KIt YKA1, l!"Sv' (Pottage free.) bW'aM) job 'Ph'eU: chtin Hll.-i :1 t la ooniplianee with tbst promi,,,Vb, at i.' aod in qaaljuttic to -0h sides,) Th , . we print tbe following 1 , , . BoiToas Caooaua- : Toe" is a or ,0(f ' report ia olroulatioo Urongbsui the oorarejp eouoty, and U hae oncted cnaitier. t,: u :, able bard feeling, that the Orel oorr, ' M ' for seed, donsted and sent to f e Tf 1 lngloa to a-eiiy. tnior -i, ut- t . Iter. J. A. CjiinH will preacb t Ihif P..1.1. .h....k .w... - A a t tats ie vuui svss wvsaji ivw t j At ws go to preis sllghf rain la fall. Inar, snd II Is nouig down jutt scroti lbs rlter, I . , Chsrlle AlliUdJent s portion ol this ward In Dover. B returned Friday af-t-r havlnidepw.ka neiahhorhood or nil ibe yello nekent. Atk Will f, ... tt he' fond nf "ni!"i'i - ... spy." i ,ia'U ad i featioa.'si-. J;'-. ,.'.' .Tjrorausly. . . ' '. - , ' Ynuiwe alio- CAivivttjr. . .nienoer,, . 'tA'S "k X Ht'r' ' ii.j..r!.k. nnliiiA -id aat-to 5r JTKVlng ample- toeij., workmen, we con loi'cudti the carnal nmon deMocy, otr nil'ttie law niade I ., s 'il iirozramtno. 1. t to do "I When a peddler appears ia tied Blver Parish, Louisiana, with a big pack and a pack mule, uoow yoa see him and new yoa aoo t. tni one w found two day after hi flnt appearanoe, two feet la tb ground, aad h wua't 10 a cellar either. Ha bad a bol. la bie bead Uat was eon utorahly bigger Uaa hi mouth, aod yoa couldn't bav gotten np a trad witb him tor eoyiaiog out a oown, V a old by thsro, snd other seed oorn bought lor teas money,, ana givaa oat ia place 0! thai gives c, ant bere fur the people. a1 ihe eora that wee given out by Kelly, I Cbaaalor A Co., waa not gnou,"iur. aaca dried and did no' come up, and .eased loss df time aad work in getting the already late crop starter, a it all bad to ba replanted. On euggssliog tb tmpm',alan o' eaoh a meaa triek brg 1') oar ot a friends aad ne'ghbors, and tbat each reports wi rot g u sboald b cleared up. lb at, .war I was, that UT -wara mcmed aecjj.irti, : t.tn it talliiii! back into! -,. braggadocio. Uir kencer it t.! into iTVi ut -tqu klllfUl IV K. T. . i led 1 olin lir tns' Ai ' j A stnrr jltr N. j .' t ;oooi. v' i j face of day, ana ue aaiu light. t 1 '. L:-" -- "