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EDITOR Notwithstanding n son of Far- son Jlrownlow lias shown from tho record Hint- Leonldas Cniar Houk whs absent from over two hundred of two hundred nnd fifty roll calls, in tho House, on account of drunken ness that has moro than once landed htm in tho polica station and proved that ho is utterly without character or honor, tho Republican National Congressional Committee, which was called on to sctllo whether Houk or Rulo was tlip regular nominco in tho Knoxvillo district, has decided that there is not a shadow of a rrrctoxt for the nomination of Rulo, whoso courso tho committee deprecates as unrcpub liicanin'nd calculated to work injury to me nariy, Not satisfied with this, .tho committee goes on to compliment 'Houk's courso in Coneress, charac terizing him as one of tho ablest mom hers ot Ins mrly, wnoso eitoru as n legislator commend him emphatical ly to tho sudrago of tho republicans of his district. Tho republicans need lay no claim after this to their being tho "God and morality party" when i n characterless drunkard is thus com mended and it is high timo tho Louis ville Commercial was raising its voice ns it did ngainst Tom Henry. Junon IIauqis has again been drag- fging' tho crmino in tho dust-by de Beemlingjfroni his high position to tho dirty work of a political bummer. It ischarged that at a Convention re cently at Carlisle, he seized tho poll books that showed a majority in favor ofTthe candidate who was opposing tna one of his choice and mado way with them, at tho same timo declaring that his man had been chosen. The .Judge teems to have as much spite against public records that do not rec- ord his wishes as he has contempt for propriety and decency. Thero are many men, fine lawyers among them, who studied the en so against him for "mutilating tho Jtowan county records and pronounced him guilty, and eve ry dirty little trick liko the Carlislo affair, goes to convinco them that their judgment was correct. Judge Hargis mora than any other man in theStnte should endeavor to behavo himself so that h'is' great crime, if it was a crime, could if not forgiven, be at least for gotten, i Tun "bread nnd butter party" of tho Louisville Commercial, as John D. Whilo calls it, rises to say that "our feelings for that character does not approach to tho dignity of dislike but wo do not look with any patince on his aspirations to bo a "boss" in Kentucky affaire, and do not want tho .party 'in the State at large to be held respoiisiblo for his follies,-vagaries and bad 'manners; that our observation ot him had made us consider him un grateful, treacherous and untrustwor thy, and therefore we could not ad mire him, and that as ho had shown n persistent and unprovoked hostility to this paper wo could not pretend to any affection for him notwithstanding his personal charms." And yet, treacherous, ill-maunerod and foolish as he is, he has more influence with tho present administration in regard to1 Kentucky aflairs than Col. Kellcy and a dozen other sensiblo and deceut republicans liko him, tho niore's tho p"y- . AVew issues ago wo published the bitter words used by Gov. Blackburn in speaking of Air. W. C. Oueus, iu an interview with a 1'od reporter. Mr. Oiven's attention was called to tho statement by tho editor of the Henry Iocal, when he replied, "I have read what tho Governor has to say of me, and so far as it relates to me, I. cancwell afiord to treat such n statement, 'coming oven from a onco dignified position, with contemptuous silence. For it is only noticeable and infamous when, in in his first blind rage, ho attempts to reflect upon my parentage, and digs like a ghoul into the grave to belittle and belio my father, who has been dead for nineteen years, and who in the grand simplici ty of an unassuming, true aud noble life, was as immeasurably tho superior of this garrulous Incompetent as tho noonday y sua cxcols.in brightness tho firo-flys lamp." v The first fall election occurs iu Maine It will bo held next Monday, when a Governor, four Congressmen and a Legislature will be chosen. There are five tickets in the field, tho Tem perance, tho Independent, tho Inde pendent Uopublicau, regular Republi can,. JJomoqratiq pr Fusion and the 'Solon Chase Greenback," and tho result is in much doubt. Tho Fusion ticket will most likely bo victorious, though tho republicans as usual claim oyery thing. Tho Legislature to lw elected is to choose u successor to Swtwtor Fryo, and ho is working with f irw i 55: all tho zeal that personal and political interests can inspire, with tho ,prm lego to draw on HubboU's corruption fund 'at will. a Tun effort of tho Chicagoians to creato an interest in tho widow of old John Brown, by stirring up tho mem ory of that . murderous old fanatic, is abortive. A picnic for her benefit failed to meet expenses and tho not receipts - from a reception .to.her only amounted to 8211. Evidently tho spirit of tho old man has ceased to "go marching on." A Pf!tLAr.LrmA dancing master has introduced n waltz in which dan cers clasp hands instead of waists. It wont take; too much like eating soup with a fork. Let him invent ono, which requires n little moro hugging nnd n. bit closer nestling on tho manly breast, nnd ho will immortalizo him self. MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. The public debt decrease for August was oyer $16,000,000. Two hotels at Old Orchard Ikich have been destroyed by fire. Lom $20,000. IlmineM failures for the week reported to New lork. one hundred and two, a alight reduction upon last week. In the" primary election Saturday, W. O. Cunningham carried Marion for Con crem and Robertson carried Hardin. Sargeant Mason's counsel will sue out a writ of habeas corpus to release hlu from Iiia confinement for Mooting atQuItcau. On the Phlllipplne Islands 1,500 peo ple have died of cholera In two weeks, and in Minila the deaths now number 300 dally. NtSw Haven, Conn., furnished the only legal neck-stretching last Friday. Chip Smith, for murder, was hanged at that point. There was a picnic of the Smith faml ly at Piapaek, New Jersey, the other day, at which four thousand Smiths sat down to lunch. The amount of earnings at Sing Sing prison for the month of August is $20, 750.03; expenditures, $14,74951; net earn ing, $0,000.52. Yellow fcreris reported on the In crease at Brownsville. Thero were seven ty new cases and four deaths on Sunday. 103 new case-i and five deaths Saturday. The Kansas democratic State conven tion Friday resolved that the prohibition law is a disastrous failure, anddeiuandedlU repeal and the substitution of a license law rigidly enforced. Much anxiety is felt in Boston among the fricndi) of General Butler for tho safety of his party. The yacht America was due at Quebec two weeks ago, and nothing whatever has been, heard from her. There are 000 inmates in the Georgia Insane Asylum, and a physician connected with the institution savs four-fifths of them were Insane from the effects of liquor drank by themselves or their parents. O.- J. The United States steamer Dispatch, which wag to have conveyed President Ar thur from Newport to New England, went ashore Friday night, and the President, who is by no deans well, was taken back to Newport in a tug. The physicians completed a micro scopical examination of Guileau's brain, biit are unable to agree as to tho evidences of inanity, two holding that the brain was In a perfectly healthy condition and one that It was not. About one hundred and twenty per sons wero drowned in the Concho flood in Texas, and fifteen thousand sheep, cattle and hones lost. Lowes of property range from $70,000 to 100,000. The river rose fifty feet. The bodies are coming to the surface daily. Judge Higley, of Cincinnati, fined an expressman who swindled a stranger $30 and costs, remarking that he look the fact that the culprit had not been before the court previously into "consideration, and that had it been otherwise he mould have added a work-house sentence. Bob Ford, Jesse James' executioner, was arrested on the streets of Chicago Fri day morning, on the charge of disorderly conduct, and carrying concealed weapons. The Ford boys have been living a fast life the past two weeks, playing in a cheap theater, and seeking notoriety on tho levee -a 0. 11. Cowardin, editor of the Kicli- mond Diipatch, has been arrested, charged with being about to engage in a duel with V. C. Elam, editor of the Whig, organ of the coalitionists. A warrant is also out for the arrest of the latter. Just as well let 'era "fight, they won't hurt each other, Gov. lilaclcburn has employed Hunt & Darna) and Breckinridge. & Shelby, of Lexington, to go to Washington in October to argue the rights of the State of Ken tucky in the matter of John llusb, colored, who was ordered to be hanged by the State courts for the murder ot Miss Annie Van meter, of Fayette county, and whoso case was taken to the United Slates Supreme Court on a writ of error sued out before Associate Justice Miller. LAND. STOCK AND CROP. C. M. Jones sold Andy Tucker a mare mule colt for $70. - George Vaughn aold to John Ixgan 2 suckling mule colts at $50. B. B. Beatley sold a fine 2-year-old mule to F.Thurmond for $130. Stock hogs 10 cents per pound at Emi nence, and cum 40 cents per bushel in the field. I legs have been selling at $9 25 in Chi cagu the highest price In twenty-two years. Foil Balk. A thorough-bred, 3 year old bull, a beautiful red. Apply to J. M. Brown, McKinney, 3t Tilt: Intkkioh JouuNAt, will hare a corn show this year; data and premiums tu be given in a few days. And now comes John O. McAllater with a car of corn having: ltJOO grains, John Bright was right. Three mules were recently sold In War ren county at $175, $185 and $100. They were five years old and sixteen hands high. Mules are Iwlng fed in Bourbon coun ty at $'! wr head per month, and hogs at Scents per pound for what is put on them. J. II. Urure bonghl of Jos. Itoblnson 11 feeding cattle, J, 270 lbs., jat Tr cents; of Alex. Itoblnson, 10 for October delivery, to weigh 1,250 to 1,300 sale at ft' cents. J. O. Anderson, of Fayette, bought of Jo Newland, of Llnco!n,14 yearlings, 3 at 4 j and 11 at 5 cents, 3 2-year-old steers at 4 J and 40 at 5 cents. In St. Louis 600 mules have been pur chased for ue In the Kjypllan war. It is the finest lot ever gathered and will be shipped direct to Alexandria. The amount of wheat so far sold in Madison county, according to the best re ports, Is about 100,000 butheli at the aver age of about ninety-two and a half cents per bushel. Mr. J. W. Lasloy raised 23 bushels of potatoes from one bu.plsntcd.Tliey were the Pralrrle Quen and the smallest of six of tho largest weighed 1 pounds. This beats tho AJmmte J lb. Come again. Coumy CoonT. A very large crowd and a considerable amount of business transacted. Capt. II. T. Rush reports the stock market as follows: About 400 moun tain cattle, consisting of cows, heifers and 3-year-old steers; selling at from 3J to 4 for best. All sold. Horses sold at from $50 to $100 per head. A few yearling mules sold at from $00 to $100 per head. Sold -11 head 2-year-olda to Capt. Tom El kin, of Garrard, for Willis Sparr, of Clark county, at $.r.30 per hundred, for October delivery, to weigh 1,200 pound. The sale of Mr. T. Ketherford'a land, reported a few weeks since, failed by rea son of a supposed defect in his title. The parties in whoso power it was to remedy the matter at first refused to i'o so, but sinco then have signed the necessary pa pers releasing the land and Mr. It. can now make as good a deed as anybody. The man who first bought was unwilling to take it as it was and bought another place before It was fixed. The splendid little farm is still on the market, and we would advise those in need of one to see Mr. It. at once. John M.Hall sold to Craig Lynn 23 calves and heifers for $333, and a yoke of oxen for , $110; to David Spoonamore a yoke of oxen for $00; to A. T. Nunnelley 59 Iambs at 3 cents and 4 bntcher cattle at $3.35 per cwt. Mr Hall bought of D. M. Cress, of .Itockcastle, a mixed lot of. 21 head of cattle for $300; and 30 nice weth ers at $2 70 per hsad; of W. T. Baughman his fancy yoke of oxen for $150; of Craig Lynn 8 cattle at 3 cents, and 2 at 4, to be delivered Nov, 1st, the, former to weigh about 000 pounds, and the latter about 1,- 600; of David Spoonamore 2 cattle, one at 41,'and the other at 4, to be delivered at same time, and to weigh about 1,700 each. BOYLE COUNTY. Dannlle. Them will be an "impromtu" hop at the-CIemens House Tuesday night. Centre College opened this morning with sixty students; this does not include those at the preparatory department. Jo Ilaeck, a German baker, got drunk on Sunday and shot at and wounded Emma Cecil, a colored woman whom he had been "paying attention" to for some lime. The shot struck her in tho elbow Inflicting a painful and serious wound. Jo is in jail. Kev. A. J. Brady, of St. Paul's Church, is lying ill of hay fever. Dr. Archibald, who has been a Professor In the Theologi cal Seminary here forseyeraljears,ia pre paring to remove to Wooster, Ohio. Miss Griffith, of Owensboro, is visiting at Dr. D. C. Tucker. Miss Itosa Yeiscr, of Koine, Ga., is visiting Miss Alice McGrorty. Miss Welman, of Louisville, is at Col. Wtu. Duke's. Mr. Jefferson Kobaids was shot and killed yesterday (Sunday) evening by E. D. Ball, commonly known :is "Li" Ball, The tragedy occurred at Mr. Samuel Bill's about four miles from town, and the partic ulars, so for as can be learned, are as fol lows : Mr. Ilobardx and Mr. Sam Ball were talking together, either on the lioyJ-or in the yard near the house, when ''Li" stepped out of a cabin with a shot-gun in his hand and addressing Bobaids said : "You have been talking about me and I am going to kill you." As these words were uttered Mr. Sam Ball attempted to disarm his brother but was unable to do so, "LI" thrusting him aside. "LI" then fired on Itobards, the shot taking effect In Ihe heart causing instant death. Mr. Ball Immedi ately went to Harrodtburg and surrendered himself to the authorities. It is proper to state that the above venion of the affair came from Mr. Kobards' friends. Mr. Kobards was over 70 years old. Mr. Ball is over GO. Mr. Ball's friends think that when his side ot the story is heard it will totally differ from tho above, as although a man of undoubted courage, he was neyer known to be hasty or Imprudent. Both have lived in this or Mercer county all their lives anil are men of property. Both were perfectly sober. Deceased will be buried here this evening. GARRARD COUNTY. Paint Lick. ' Sao. B. Parks bought of Ed. Ballatd, a fancy mare mule colt at $100. Elliott Institute at Kirksville, oiened Aug. 28th, with 75 pupils the first day. The protracted meeting at the Chris, tian church in Kirkaville closed August 23th, with 23 additions to the church. Communion Services were held at New Hope Church last Sunday, by Bev. W. O, Cochran, tho pastor, assisted by ltev. J. L. Barnes. Ono of the bridge contractors for the K. C. It. It. is stopping at Paint Lick for the present. He says a large force will soon be put to work on the road between ltichmond and Livingston. Personal It. II. Batson left for the East yesterday, to buy his Fall and Winter stock of goods. J. C. Shumato left last week for Missouri, on a promoting trip, with a view to locate if he likes the coun try. J. (J. A. Kemper, of Clinton county, Missouri, was vUllnv relative here last week. Dr. J. C. Bogle has returned from a Summer sojourn at Itockcastle Springs. Muster Jeflie Dunn and Miss Eddie Adams, of lower Garrard, were visiting friends here last week. J. C. Gentry and family, and James Gentry, of Lincoln county, are visiting friends and relatives here. Na than Shumate, of Danville, Ky., made a (lying visit hero last Sunday, Mrs, It. II. Batson gave the children's Literary Society an entertainment at her residence on Tuesday night, Aug. 29lh, The evening's entertainment was opened with music by Mrs. Batson, on tho piano, with song, Joined by all the children, "Al wars Imj Cheerful." Next, Select Bead In?, by Mamlo Hackley, ''Not fit 'to be Kissed." Next, song by Eddie Adams, "Put away my Playthings, Mamma." Next, Declamation, by Mater Homer Ihlson. Next, Select Heading by Eddie Axlamsand Lula liaison, "Quarrel between Casslus and Brutus." Next, music bySallle K. Hackley, Next, Declamation, by Lula liaison, "OJe to an infant Ron.' Next, Piano Duct, by Lula and Homer liaison. Next, Accordeon Solo by Sal I ie K. Hack ley. Next, Declamation, the "Maniac," by Eddie Adams. Just lo please the boys, last, a game of "lllindfold" participated In by all tho children. There were about 25 children present and thcr all enjoyed themtlvc very much Indeed. u f. Wrnqn depar tment Sam. III. Buniett. Editor. A special term of the Itockcastle coun- ty court will be held here on the 10 Inst, David Thomson sold to It. J. White of Madison county, 32 held of mules for $3,140. Thenowly elected county officers en tered niKjn the discharge of their duties Ttpnlir. There will be seven tunnels on the K. C , in a distance of about six miles, in this county. Tlu seven will aggregate a total length of about 4,000. A good delegation will go from here to the Industrial Display in Louisville next Tuesday. A better delegation will go to Stanford on the 22nd to the circus. Maruied. On the 27th ult., Mr. A. O. Lovcll to Miss Mollic Whittaker. On tho 30lh. Mr. JarvlsJ. Brown to Mis Bailie Thompson. On tho 30th ult., Mr. Magby, of Pulaski county, to Miss Mary E Sutton, of this county. In order to complete his new store room and fill it up with a brand new stock of goods, Mr. F. L. Thompson needs every dollar that li due him. He therefore ap peals to all Indebted to him to cume and ettle at onca. He needa the money and must have It. Died. At the residence of hii son A. T. Fish, in this county. Aug. 20, 1832, Mr. Jesse Fish, aged S7 years. He was one of our most prominent citizens, having held theoffico of county judge, surveyor and other offi:ei. His remains were interred In tho cemetery at this place on the 27lh Peace to his hshes. Itockcastle county bond, No. 10. for $1,000; Lelonging to Mrs. Ann Fish, was paid by tho Beceiver of the Court-House Fund last week. Bond No. 11, for $1,000 was paid in June last. Three bonds of the original Conrl-House debt have now been paid, and there yet remains outstanding twelvobondsof SI, 000 each, which U tho only indebtedness uf the county. Itockcastle county is to hava another railroad. The Oxley Stave Company is constructing a narrow gnage railway from the mouth of Little Itockcastle down Itock castle river to the mouth of Skagg's Creek, a distance of about eight miles. Inn road will bo UFcd to haufcoal, lumber, Un-bark staves &ef It will carry passengers, also. The road will tirobably be extended to Cumberland Biver. The Tmchern' Institute was In Kcsoion last week. Every teacher in the county was present and the se.ion was altogether a most Interesting and profitable one. The exercises were conducted by Prof. W. C. Grinstoad, of Mitchcllsburg, who la one of Ihe most competent educators and best In- stituterfTorkcra in the State. He wm as sisted by Mr. John W.Brown, of this place, who is always thoroughly alive to any movement calculated to advanco the cause of education. Anoirr Peoi'I.e, Mfsi Minnie Din widdle, of Stanford, was visiling Miss Itosa Beppert. Mrs. Lula Niehl, of Daughteis College faculty, left for lUrrodsburg Satur day. Misses Mattie and Zuln Williams left yesterday for Louisville where they will attcnil school. Prof, and Mr. A. G. Lovell have taken rooms at Ihe Grcxham Hotel, Livingston. Tho Prof, has charge of the school at Lil ingston. Capt. W. A. Pugh, the accomplished secretary of tho Pine Hill Coal Co., is spending a few days at tho Altamount Coal Mines in Laurel county, this week. The Miller's Defense. ( Ta the Editor of The Ixttrtor Journal.) In your lsue of Friday morning, Sept. 1st, I notice a communication signed "A Farmer," in which he starts out by saying "We are surprised lo see the farmers sit silently by and let millers or any other corporation comblno to tako their just rights from them. They now resolve to take CO lbs. of wheat to tho bushel, if ouijwhcat weighs hut 61 lb. Now is this just or lawful ? We think not. For CO lbs. is a bushel, whether three pecks or five pecks by measurement." Can It lie possible that the author of. tho above, (or any other in telligent farmer moans to convey the idea that CO lbs. of indifferent wheat containing cockle, cheat, rye, trash, sticks and other foreign matter, sufficient to reduce Ihe weight lo 51 lbs, to the measured bushel is worth as much to the miller as CO lbs, of clean, dry wheat, free of trash or foreign seeds and weighing from CO to G3 lbs. lo tho measured bnshilT Surely not. Yel, "A Farmer" substantially says so. Upon tho same plan of reasoning, a mule weigh ing 1,000 lbs. diseased, knock-kneed, rough and ugly shaped, is worth as much as a mule welghtng 1,000 lbs, sound, smooth and perfect in model and size, or that a hall fatted bullock is worth as much per pound as the bullock of cijual weight, thoroughly fat, ami ready for tho butcher. I might extend this parallel reasoning to every animal and vegetable product of the farm, but I will not Insult the Intelligence of the farmer by doing so, for It U well known that (here Is no class of men with as much discriminating ower between good and bad, to the square inch, as Is o sesscd by the average farmer. I know for the last few years, owing (o the sharp com petition for Ihe wheat in Ibis section of the State, the farmer who had a sorry and Indifferent crop of wheat obtained as much per bushel as Ids neighbor who had an ex Ira good crop. 1 admit that the millers and grain dealers are to blame and are responsible for this state of affairs, for it la natural for every farmer and any olhtr per son to endeavor to obtain nil they can for their products, be they good or bad. But who Is ll In this special case of wheat that suffers niotT I'mpiestlonahty it is Ihe careful, sclenlifio and intelligent farmer, who Is careful In Ihe selection nf his seed, scientific In tho preparation and cultiva tion ot his crop, and Intelligent and hon est In the cleaning of his wheat from all foreign seeds and trash, Ids wheal helrg lowered In price In makeup the deficiency of his neighbor's sjrry crop, The millers lake tho position that the farmers Interest In regard to grain are Identical with theirs, 1st. It Is tho interest nf the miller as well as the farmer, to erect n high stand ard for the grading of wheat as tin farmer who raises good wheat will get more for It than Ids neighbor who raises a sorry crop. 2nd. It is Ihe interest of tho miller as well as the farmer, for grain to sell for the highest market price. Aa the cost of griading a bushel of wheat or corn Is Ihe same, regaidless of tho price, hence Ihe miller will make more In proportion when wheat la worth $2 per bushel than when worth $1. Consequently, tho higher the price of grain tho better it Is for Ihe mil ler as well as the farmer. 3rd. It is the interest or the miller as well aa tho farmer for wheat to be aa free as possible of dirt, trash and foreign seeds and weighing fully up to, or beyond the standard, as the miller can make more flour from a bushel of such wheal, and conse quenlly can, and will pay tho farmer fivo cents more per bushel for wheat that weighs 02 lbs, to the bushel lhan for wheat that weighs CO lbs. It Is a fact worthy of serious conalderatlon. that the wheit raised in Boyle, Lincoln and surrounding conn ties ten years ago (save with here ahd there an exception), Invariably weighed up to, and above the standard, while to-day It is just the reverse, and unless our farmers aro more careful In the selections of thn seed and the cultivation and cleaning of their wheat, the day is not far far distant when the wheat crop of Central Kentucky will become so depreciated tint it will not befit for milling purposes. And just heie allow me to offer a few suggestions in re gardtothe selection of seed wheat. The farmer in the selection of Ids seed should bear in mind that like produces like, and should select the very best of his crop for seed, and before seeding, should separate the small indifferent grains and all foreign reeds, and sow nothing but purr, clean, large berries. I know a farmer In Boyle county, who, last fall selected forty bush els nf his best wheat for seed, twenty bush els of which he brought to mill and hail cleaned thoroughly, sowing nothing but the large, clean berries, the other twenty buli els of wheat he sowed in the same field iuat as it came from the thresher. I bought his wheat a few days ago; the product ol the 20 bushels of wheat that was thorough ly cleaned waighed 01 lbs. to the bushel, and yielded 25 bushels per acre, while the product of ihe 20 bushels unclranrd.wrich cd only 64 lbs to the bushel and yielded only 2U bushels per acre. J-urther com men! Is unnecessary. Millkr. Shelby Cily, Sept. 4th, 18S2. Fortunei for Farmers anJ Mechanics. Thoujinji uf dslbri can lx mnl ty mlng proper Judgment In taking- ear of Hi brallh of rourull snj family. If you are lillioui, Iisto iillov completion, poor spi4llr, law and de pressed spirits, anJ generally UcblllUlol, do net delay a inoinrnt, but go at onco and procure a tot tlo of tboto wonderful Ueetrle Miters, whlili noTer till to cure, and Hut lor the Irlfllnf sum of Sfly rents -Tribune Sold by Inn A McAlU- ler. SMALL FAltM FOR SALE. Hating wared to Nltholuililo. t w'lll sell pri vately my t'sriu, contaloInK aluut ONE HUNDRED ACRES On the IlanTllleARtanbrd like, about 3 taiWt from PaiiTllle. Tim plsni la loa wl aUleof cul tivation, all lo KraMixirpt aluut SOarriw; llial to to in miiii araiu. I n nouw la in roua repair ana contalna 7 lumia, also pantry, ttoud'bouae, rUtern at the door; suioke-houie, Ice-hoiiae, dotr-pll, al most new barn, ruro-crlb. corn-bout, teliant- bouxsAc, and a, floo frull olererr dcwrlpliou sa any one wanta. apples, pears, ivaebre, ptums,iber rles, eraei, dainwna, almvai any thin you way call fur. I'lentroftlork water, fn l(ht of Khout- houae, ono mile from blarkimlth ehop, two nillea from water mill. Iilitrrwlnilr heallhv ilaee lor thedottora. In Is years never paid ft doctors bills. 1 reler you to Meas. T. M. Mllard, II. M. Money, IV. II. (Itatry: alo Sam Johuton, who Addreas JOHN HKrt'Abr, 07 Nltholtsvlllr, Ky Stanford Female College. NTANFOItD, KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, This Institution will opon Ita Thirteenth Beealon on mom wonuay in cKpieuincr neii. ALL THE BUANCHE3 OK A THOnOUGHENOUSHCOUnSE Are Uu,ht, aa well as UUUIO. THE IiANQUAOEB. DHAW- INO AND l'AINTINO. TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition, nrleea rarnre front f to to 150 In th regular Departments, rriniary, Hi; Intermedial! 131); l'reparatoiy, 110, aiij Culld-lete, IJO. For full particular,, as to Board, Ac., addroas HKN. N. C. THIJ:iIi:AKT, ITInrl-ml SUofurd, Lincoln Co.,Ky. RICHMOND PLANING MILLS! I hare recently oitu-d In ltichmond a large and uiii pltls 1'laDlnjt till!, snd am prepared to furuUh every kladuf BUILDERS' MATERIAL! WvuilictiioHrriliiK, l-'IooriiiKt Door, S'iimIi, IIUiiiIh, ThIIim, NIiIiikIvn, MoultlliiKM, Ntuir- WIIJN, Vf. As I sell at prices audi as the a bono article ran be li..l.t la. I ....!-. III.. -I.inl.o.-ll (.- ..llll.rwlll.llW imhH.IUMIUIITIII lUIIU . ....... " -. - sale Iiouks, lam sure I tan mako it Iu youi ad- Tauiajp) tu pairouiae nome iiuiiiuuuua. a " alaoapracUial ARCHITECT, And am .mured to furnlih dcalnus and estimates fiirbulblUiKaandallklndaof scroll work. . , ... 1 I ... . . - II 1. ....... ..... I.A ll.il... auatiaiu uuiox no aiiiai, uiuium.,,.), u,u cd from the fact that my Utuk auuuut runa from ei,uw wj ,.,iw iier wr. .... (kmtraulm; aud building dons promptly aud at HfluK. lelies. Addreae ...,.... TU-eoi'iyr '. r. siarronoi P? &30 "T5S ImsHM C2 22 tasTEl ritonsMosAi.. T. w.vaaaoa. wallioi . vaaana. T. W. AWB VA11NON, ATTOllNMYH A.M' X-.A.AV, HTANIOItP. KY. Offlc In Owiley AKon'anew bnll.tlnn-up stslrs. II. O. KAUPPMAN, ATTOIlNjaV A.I J..A.-W, I.ANCASTHlt, KY. Ma.ttr 0niniltoner and (Vnialy Attorney. Will practice In all th Ooiiruof'larrsrd snd sdJelnlnK counties and In theUmit of Appeals. ' TIIOMA8 V. Hllili, JTT," ArrroiiNjav at taav, HTANroilti, KY., Will practice In the (Jwifl. ol this and S.IJolnln counties end In the Court of Appeal). Ottlce In Uwiley A Hon 'a new LntlMlriK up stairs. ALEX. ANDKHUON, ATl'OHNlilY A.U' 3CA.W, DANVILI.R, KY., Will practice In the Ourti nf llojleiod adlotnlnf counties ami In Ihe Court of .Appeal.. . . M ABTKItHON l'BYTON, A.1THlVJav AT JjAW, awn nanism roanaaicvrouxTV. I.IIIHIITV, KY. Will practice In all the Oiurl. of Casey and ad. joining; counties, and In Ihe Court of Apieels. Special attention siren to collection.. Office orer It. T. Pierce', store. DU. J. O. OAJll'HNTEH, HTANFOUI), KflNTUGKY Office oter Itobt. 8. Lylle's store. Office hours from S lo 1)4 snd J to 9 r. u. j. j. wiloon, j:nti8t, 8tankoiii), ky. Office and ltesldence, Upper Main 81, LEB P. HUFFMAN. HU1K1EON DJ3NTIHT, dTANFOIll., KY. OfficeSouth aide Mala Htreet, two doors shore the Myers Hotel. Pure Nitrous Oilde (Us eJinlnl.tered when re quired. It. O. MOltfJAN, I). I), a. SrmnJ DJJNTIHT, Will be In nl.nfurd two weeka ofeach month, from Ural Monday. Dental room. Inril. AMpli Hotel, oter McA'l.ter A llrlihl's. tSre.lrn.l" At lncalertwo week, of each month lroin (bird Monday Dental ruoma In Maaon llouee. IXeesIgn) Pure nitrous oilJ (ate edmlnl.tered when necessary. atl-lf TAXES I TAXES ! ! TO TIIK TAX.PAYKIW OK IJNCOt-N CO.: Thetaira hare now Ivendue me alnce JuneMn for I Ml Aa most all hate rot toe money In the hank delng- them nojmud. I aiklhetas. parents comeand aetlte Ifcm't think lcau.e you areguod that we don't want your taiea. The earlier we set Ihe tai of (uod-paylne' men, the Utter. We then know who to preea. Meet me or my Deputy si MIUeds-e?lllotepteniher I, snd on Maturday, ttrr letubcr t at (rali Orchard at hlanlord at sll tlntea. 71 41 J. ., .nilNr.l'KlLH. I. C. BARGAINS, TOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAY8, -UK MILL SKI BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, DRY GOODS NOTIONS ! r 20 PER CENT. BELOW COST! Thla I. no adieTtUIn dodge Theee gwl. niu.l sell lo make room ler soother line ofgwel. already urcbad liua'l lake our word lor II, but ewroe and see wr younetf. Ti-st )irAi.iNTi:K .. mmm-r. EXECUTOR'S SALE! Aa Kircutorof Jamce It ."arson., dce'd, I will ontheUXil liny l Sept. , ISHJ, aell la Ihe hlghett bidder, the Kama on which dceedenl lie. cd, containing JO Aeree of pruluellie Leod, with comfurtabte Improvement., aiaoSA Arrea ol Ijin.1 lying Dear Ihe ahuee. Theee land, are la a Caul nei(htorhl, convenient to eehooU. ehurehee, Ac I will sIm eell at Ihe Mine lime Ihe fallowing erwnally IS barrel, of Corn, stout 49 bu.hrla of Wheat, Satarka of Hay, one 4-year-old Mare, 1.UO tut Mi I oi Ire. I til Plow, I tladdle, Ac. Taaus: The perennalty will tie auld on a credit of Ihroe uontba, Willi Interest on all iujii oter 110: under that amount, ca.h The land will ha aold forooe-lhlrd c-aab, the remainder to I tiaid In Csnd II wenlbs, equal In.ullmenta, and lo Itear InUreat al Iharsleolfi ercenl from date. Aiprueed security will 1 rciulred of purfhaaer on both real ami penunal, aud a lien retained on Ihe land lor the purchaie money. Kale la laka 4ire on th prctul.ee. J, !. J.Y.W, ;o-col-tl Kicrutur. ST.ASAPHHOTEL Mtilii fyj., Mitiirnrtl, Ky. JOHN DINWIDDIE,PR0'R. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 BOARD, S2.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. Baggage Transferred Free of Charge I bare recently taken charge of thti house and intend to have first-class accommodations, MYERS HOTEL STANFORD. KY. E. H. BTJRNSIDE, - Propr. This Old nnd Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Imputation, AND Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall bo Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Pare, Appointments, or Atten tion to Comfort of their Guests. Vacate will he conveyed to sad from thedeset free ofekaras. Special arronmoilatlois to toCoMinrrrlal Traveler.. The liar will k always up filed with the ekolre.t brands of Liquors aad Cigars. WM. DAUG1IERTY Hucccmoi to Dsugheny A Holmes, HTAMOItl), . . KENTUCKY, MiKUHc-ruaurs or Fine Carriages, Buggies, AND PHAETONS, WAGONS "of'TEL KINDS. We manufacture Carrlaitea of all descriptions, employing- ouly ur.t-clau workiueu and u.lng only Ur.t-il.u material, and sell at reaeouabl Hauree-style, wurkiuau.hlpaud material oou.ld J. ll WM, HAUUHKKTY. .r -Wl ,;...4..- . A nw- ., . . . . k -Ml ""4 fc JsX tS3m ! aW- tm . A, .-o.