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- . TH SOUTH KENTUCKIAN, C. M. MEACIIAK. W. A. Wll.UUS. tUVKO EVeRl" TBfatOJtT UOBSI.N8 MEACHAM & WILMS. rvBiianKBS Aim pkopbzstok. ; . - ItJBSCllIPTIOlf RATES- k tint eouy.ene year, la kIimim B 0 ee ooiy, .1 BtoBthe 1 w 3ne enpv rtr to Bay una eendiaf us tan r4tlr caajt lubeorlbere. D0PRINSV1LLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 1880. T W ' ltOWRRR, Attorney a l.aw, omre 0 . wlik l-elree Moan. TIT A.BOOttWIX. AttornayatLaw.neiilto 1 Court llouae, wtw " VVn BRO.i Main Street, eer Ueader- XJ aoa'a new .lore. BUATHITTPAYSlt,lloipar DJook.ep yoelte rkalia Boa - TT A.PIIKI.HHON, Hopper IMk, All at I l.lelrer'eetore. G. A.CHAMPI.IN, Welieer House, raar at wan noma. TwrlxrRRK- MoCARROM alala Street, eiolte riaaWra Uaak. B'2 1TTRR a.SVrHRT, aet. to Court Houee Itaaoe from Mala nnn . T H. RHKinTA SOK, Main Street, enpoalUi JCuf laa flouao. ANItm OLARR, Mala etreet, oypoelte Naater-e nak. TO AH C mRII. Attoraor at Lav. Alula rtrwl, ono, flentair'e n.k. TIKt.AND BKnRKR. Mala etreet, oyer I Soaek a l.atnaara aew Mora. DOCTORS. ttr P- PATTrt. M. t.. ooe Kontlwaet II eeraar Xe.brllleeD.1 Vlriia street. Y) W. DRniRN.oaoanB autre, aei deor A teTelef rapk eOloe. Malu Ht T O. AI.RXARURR. M. ., war ray AJ, i ltaekaer,edrugetore. MlLMKKKtf. fR ' "ARTYll.appaaHa rituals Ha- All ial,aaauira. a? M K. MOIIURR. Naaktllla Street early appealta Uirletiaa i nuroa . JEWELEHB. JAR. U W An L, Mala eU-eet, Uouklaerllle, RURRRT MI1-U. 'a., Oaart M., Uaiapuall M WUllaaia'allua4. rnoToonAriiEiis. OLAHRNCH AXDKHftON, Henry Block, M irMtM MilcHor to rtnrftta DItCGOISTS. flttAf 4 llL'tKNJCft, fraal. Mala GWHROAUMRR, Mala SlraeU lloakla. DBV 000D6. GAKT OA il.la BtTa.u 4aaV' to JS. II. Uaapar ihia'i 4rf alora. HoxtMT Jon MifArmt. IUaaa4 Tlnlala KtraaU. aoraar aaak. GW. Wllar. Mala ktrert, appMlu R. II. lUapar t tWa. 0 ROC EttS. W nRNUKKsUR MalasmaLaupuaita aVU.Hoviiat F1X I tMal.KH. raliaa'aaldalaad.Uanar Mala aad M aaktllkt almaia. TtrM. MII.U, Caart Btraat, appoilta Oaart RM. AMOKRAOX, aoalk aid at RatMlt- tllla Htraai, pTNR Tot 40, Raahrllla itroet, aaar kkadaavt. nonT Ul'TN.'C.aXmU alda Mara, asarXatk- Ilia Ureal. T W.LAXDRR, RaaacllrUla M, la raar ol tl i Lily Uaak. LR. DA U, Virginia Hi, batvm Ueatral BhlaadraIOIIIoa. s. H. IURUISO.1, ueala. Mala aad Sprint rCBSITUIIK AKD C01-TIN . DEALERS. - , AW. riLR, af atalra, Maia ok Hear , Uloak, GR. O.THOHnwS, R. (Ida Mala Btraat, ap Ulra,Taaaipaaa Caloaiaa'a auildlao BE8TAURAKTS. S"?KORuSlXV!r1n Mill I !' anaHwp. , BUILDERS oS CARPENTERS. T ji WII.U4HSOM VOX, UirpMlerfl v 44 aauatu. LIVKUY BTABLES. T)ARKRRaTARI.R, RrtdraM , aaar fnnca- D taa Rrlda, J . M . fllpAln, rroprwtor. 1(1 I. BMrrH,aftraaratTlrlBlaaad Bprinf I vvoaia. BMITH, XorU earner ltMlllll and irwiaia atraoia. , TOR VTKrt.L, Hvary, food and aala etable. . v AaaaTiiiaaireai, aoaraepvt. CIQAU MANUFACTURER. FBCHWKlT7ER.ear! Naiktllla ahd Rail I road ila. oppwita depob OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. C1BCDIT OUtlT. JoknR. Qraca Ju.lftn, CaOla, Ky., Kat Gal (bar Uerk, HonkiniiTllla, Ky. Court matta ret Monday in Maroa andsioptombar . QOARTBRLT COURT, A. T. Laaf Jndira. Menu iMt Monday In aauary, April, juiy anu vkhuoi. , ; OOOXTT COUHT. A, T. Laai Jadf a, Joab Braiaar Attorney, noeia Brat niaauay la arery noaia. - ".. CITY OOORT. Joa MeCarroll, Jndms Jna. Rraathltt, At t.MU.1 U I lull. I i I w LI aouMTr orpioKitt. . . ka W. Braatlillt, Clorki P. Boiora, Dinmial. MttfBttfaiior. WASHINGTON, D C, IAS A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL AT $2.50 per day ' TREMONT HOUSE. tf. ' . No Liquors sold. Any PrneclNt bat the tntzro rtin.u. tildm, lr. w. J OI'tJ CO, ' Wea Mntb artrert. tlueUjutl. U. nn VOLUME II. BUSINESS CARDS. DK. W. R. FlKjUA, Office, Hopjior Block. Residence, corner VtrsiHiftBita Iiroitd atreet. Jnnl lr. , A. P. CniiriiLu M. VY.WlLLUM mm k . DENTISTS, v. a 1 , - . ) I Bisaoiiitlr,Oror 'H'lty Baak," oarnar of Malaaad Baitollfill etreata,,. Unoly BETHEL FEf.ULE COLLEGE. .THB- SFZIX2TG SSSSZOXT ; . OPENS OX , , , KKiiy.toj 1211, 1880, Far iafarautloa apply to tka Pranlilant, j IJantfj J. W. RUST. Georgetown. 3Tml . Dtunlnary. KOCKDHU IX 1846. Tna aaxt arbolMtlr. rrar aoene on tha Bret Monday la aeptowlirr. lara. rr aauloauaa. auoroeaiaa at (wirirwwn. ay . t a.rf. kulkkk, ma. Eminence, Ky. College 011 MALES AXO FEMALES. Thli sonuliir tnttitatto will nnn iutwtntv Uilrt ion Hpti-mber t fl w til par nil iimoin nf bor1iiF, wAnbiny, Hirbt. ful.ml luitton In tlwrvllrrv prbpr, fnr Ivr MouUit, mm 9U0 will py fur mum is lrNirntnrT U. H. UII.TM.U. Bonner LiTsrj, hi d ii & BKIIXiR BTRKRTr IIOPKINSVILLE, - KY J. HI. Hipkins Pro'p. Htiaaiva. Ilarki. Drlrlaaaati Haddla Rum alwaj ivalr. Ilnrvmaod Mulaa Imajrht ami wm. a twiaiaaiiioua nuirfc m, aaar rnnnlnf waifraiiarbnl. rravcadar of ad klada fur aala at null or la walk. JkAlglABf aad Currant Wonai dftrorod Hitbout Ikr av of tool wo. Vrtfulilt irn- Upoira f row ararvwaara. 55 ru. aad oval tump Two rMMiittw far Shelbvville, (K)..) F2ELIAIaE COI-'EGIL VoyMlRH 40 YRARB AOO, : mtihy loeailoa: tea laeirwtora: klirh tanlMrd of erbolariiblp; Ira aad nvelrmatlr umcirllnai lwt advnnUfen at toweet tanaa. Itonrd and lultlon. ttia montbn. In ndvanra. IV0.W9; board, tuition, aad ainlc. Bra nioutae, la advanoa, f llli. For eauloirna addrren rv. jitOTVABT, rincipni Pntbably pa aao protinratlaa tiaa raoaivod ao aiuob praltn front Ite patron, nor le to ria eorvlnaofoominrndNtlon aa HnlTe Hair lie aewarl Ta but echo the voice of mlllloaa who Imve uwl It when we urononnra It tun IV Hnlr DmelnH In tha world. It tUada aarlvallad. Thoeawbaara aBwtwl wlik die- eaoeof the amlp errtfiinunnM with ttohlna; arlrrluiH. Bad relief ami reaewal la tbie la vnluable reality. V ben llie hair le Inclined fell off. a raoderrte ueo of tha Heaewer will ift) eatfteroate ar tae aaie, and preeerva J It Itelhlblte a teadeuey lo tornfrdy l i4.e lUe aetaral eolor,! Kultoa, Mo C .,; ., I BETHEL COLLEGE - RC8SELLV1LLE, KY. - - j IRXT TRRR RRBIXS BRPTBMBMR FODRTR. Rntlmeeoeneee Ser terra of Bo"morti. 1n- elnrllnB board. Wdslna, tuition, fuel, na'klnf, llfku and boaka, only ISMX) , , . - t' Baptlet t.lfwatlataaad eoaaat aetlra Bp tUt Mlaletera par aa tutloa. - Ltoeatletea kelnod fiom llonrSrlary raal. lonree vail. BiuBntion retnarnnoir nenitnT. Bend ironta! for eauloaaa eonulBlal full particular. Addreee. LKSI.IhWAUUEXER.rree't. FIL. CLAltKE, M. D., Office with llr. R. taa, Mala street arer J.K t'okn'e. RefKtfi NICK AND WILL HOUSE, ELKTON, KT-. N.Tobln, - . Proprietor. Good rooms, good servaute, and Dlnlns- rooia eupphed wlta ererytlilnf tha market at forde. .... KbT Bpaolal acoommodnMone fo Conner' 1 Traralera.l ' IHfoblJm Willard Hotel, & C. ,SItHS, Fropnstor. OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE LOUISVILLE, KY. LEiSUREJIOURS. A Magazino of Choice Literatnre for the Teoplo. . ; PUBLISHED laOftTIILY. -BY- " ' A : W. L MERSHON & CO., Ill, Broadway, N, The ptiiillnhcVs of thli popuUr Mnirulne imvo tiuitriniu(i 10 give more frooii mwjrDBi itis nntl limtritutiva reHtltUaT nmttor to ttib orlben thmi cAit bt obUinetl nny whore (or the time irtre, thy hnfp, thtwtore. en(rftrlJ DUiniiororrc(ruir uoatriuutora wen knovra to Uto purine, Mr tne your isho, who win pro bapiI throuffh tb fMilumn of th BlmrAzlne, Original Artinl, ronUtlh(r ot ItlouriiplllQi TrBvolts N(tturl Hlntaiy, Warkiol FaoUaud rictlmuAe N NotwUMtAndlng Ui InoreifrM otitUy' At money whkn tUli rentlefi nrMBry, the itib crlptiou lrlc of Uie Mgulu remQi the .lino, Otir tormi: 1.00yef or 60 eenU Ut t mnnthi. We aent a trial aubtorlptloa ot three reoutht with ft haDdaonie premluni for cent. . Afretit wanted tn every town. Steady em- piovnrniana good par- ' for further paruculara and agent termi hbii w.uip wj .nepuousnarie Y,L. MERSHON & CO ' , III, Broadway, N.Y A Strang Wadding. M.tnrtiAnp. op a tonkt viroinia hcr IlKKHn TO TUB IAIIT WHO WAS TUB , tUUHl'uF HIS CRIME, OS TUB RVB '. or ma entbk'inQ tiib pknitss- 1 , ' f , TIARV... , . , ; ' ' . .. i' "A '- RichmonJ, Vs., Feb. 19. Last night,' About ' nine o'clock oc currcj the marriflgo qf John E, I'oiii dexter to Mian Inn del CottreU Kear- lr one year ago Mis Cottrel, who was athanced to Poindexter, visited ahoo store throe different timerf, itliar to purchiae ahoei or to exchango or have ehooa repaired winch ahe had already purchased, ' Oil! each visit ha was waited upon by Charles 0. Curtis, a clerk thereabnui tety fiye yqart of ace.' : Mist Cottrol's last 4k t this store was on Friday, February' S!$, l87Sr.txOll the Sunday fnU'Wiiig, vrhilt out riding with Poindexter, ahe inlorriied bint' that- uiirtis bad .twioe inanlted hur with 'remarks abaot' her rcefr, had ' eudcavored to1 force her to allow him to pr.t on liep snocs.' and on the occasion of the" last usit Jtad not only need obnoxidn lBngnago to her,, bnt in helidng her Into carriage hod iiezed net arm in Bnungoutlemanly nian'ncr. " poindexter ' was fearfully incensed at the alleged insults to the young lady. Clu the next day, March 3, accompanied by his brother, Ira went to the shoestoresind liorsewhlpped Curtis. ' The unfortunate toting mil was so taken by surprise that be made no resistance at tlie t'me. Two hours later, in company with a "friend, he went to the bnsinest place of Poindex ter to 'demand an amogy.'' Curtis had R cane but no weapon.. J fa asked Poindexter to apblogir.e. The latter refusod. Curtis then went Into his office and Poindextor seeing his cane said if he struck him ha would shoot. Curtis replied, ''I am unarmed;" but at the instance of his friend, struck Poindexter with the cane. Poindcx- trr firod. Curtis ' continued to strike and Poindexter ' to 6 re until Cnrtii fell pierced by five balls,' the Inst one in the forehead.' 'He lingered 'until eleven o'clock, that night; ' when '' he died. ' ''- ''' i Poindexter had two trials. 1 In tht first trial the jury disagieed: in .' the second he was found guilty and sen tenced to the enitcntiary for the brief term of two' year; An appeal was taken to the' Supreme 'Court of the State, but the sintanoe of the lower court was- confirmed. There was nothiug left but a final apiieal for Ex- erutivo clemency. The latter was in voked, but to no purpose, rut for the past two wefka Puiudcxier doom was aralwl. i ,! ". ,. t Misa Cottrel visited him frequently in prison, ami last uight, much to the asiouiihment of everybody, they.were privately married, on the Very eve of Poindoxter'e departure for the peuiten- Mary. -i- - i Wanted to See the Editor, , A man on the cara was offered a newnpaper. tie took tt, looKeu at tno beadiug, and Uien threw u aside sitb lisgnst, and remarked;. ' ' . : "1 dou't want auy , news from that paper.". ,.';' " 1 Biipnosod everybody read it in these parts,: I answeroiL ,."la it been pitching into yon?'' ; "ny ! , "PituhiiiK into , we?. Great Caoear! I should think If AM. 1 Hut yon jnt let nte meet the editor of that paperlt'J " x po never niaxe anything oy sinn ing an editor, ',r J say,,l''bcUclr grand bear it. , I'Voa.'UUatV. all riglrt, fyrJYi to it.- brtl Inst ii-t ifie"- mi meet'l-,thBt man I I II show him bow to run la newspaper Kdid hJdoV.":;' '"Do? He did good deal. Hero's how it is; 1 often go to Springfield on the evening End ' come home on t,be first train in the morning. Well, one uight 1 met an old crony, and we went to Music Hall end the theater.' Whan we came out we met ' some friends. Of course I could not get right,, out, so I treated; iu faict, we were having a pretty good tiuio. , when some, fellow came iu and began to raise' row,. Ia less tlino uo time the police were:' in and had ns. The next - mornl;g 1 was hauled before the conrt and fined $7.40- 1 did not care much, because I gave b false name, and I knew tny wife oouldn't find it out; but tho next morning I'll be oternally ' confused if that vory paper dida t have it all - in, and my nsmo, too." - . . "Did your wifo see it?" . i ."I should Bay she did." , ; "Did she make a fuss?" . ' ; ; "Fusel ' Godfrey Klilm! Are Von married?" Springfield (Man.) lie- ....r.t.'-.. ' ' --! , . 8ALUBSIA 8PEINQ3. ,, As we have no correspondent jn our town, I thought I wonld give your splendid paper lew items. Dr. O'Brien has remoddled his dwolling and built a new stable and poultry house this wiuter,.and utnbw building a new fence around his ' lot. It is quite an iniprovoinont to old Salttbria.;-' i , Mr. P. J. Ogbnrn has quit farming and is helping uhris. lender, John liallard, and. Dr. Leavell this year. Dr.JS. L. Leavell has not been soon for several day. It is thought by, some that ue baa, gone nsning. The ' hitohinjt post ' nt ' Mr. 0. S Lander's is dressed in aiourning. It ia niourninz tho InsS of its companion for Plunks horse has not been hitched there since the school Marm left. If the matrimonial; boom ., doson "i commence soon' around about - Dog wood Chapel,, it ought to,, for' thero is hne material in that section. : '. I have ofton thought ot going South but 1 have recently boon Btruck with I Woiit .... " s While on a tour to .Ndrth Chris tiau I saw the loveliest Bird that my eves ever beheld, u was a ilu Bird.' '- " Douriu, ' ., ; ' '' '.''''.'' ' ; "" '. " ' 11 '" ''. 4 . ..i. , . -. -.. , . " IIOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, Ss3oluti:n of lUspsot- - At a meeting of the members of the bar, .anil the oncers or loo sovorni courts, hold at the Circuit Court Clerks offlco on Thursday, Feb. 2Cth 1880. Hon. U. T. Pctree was called to the chair, and A. II. Clark was ap pointed Secretary. The following Rosohitlons were Offered by lion. John V McPherson, and unanlmonsiy adoptoo ; , ' Wuereab, , The shall of death has again lnvadod our cli-clo, .nod . has stricken down the eldest member of this Bar,; In the person of our es teemed brother, John D. Knight, and . iV'ueHEA8, We, hii associates, be fore we close Up our ranks and again pursue out; .march, wonld pause to commemorate the Virtues ot the ac cessed, and call up the , hallowed memories of I he past, and ,Mi : ) I i Wijkhkas, In lliedeaik of John ll. JOilght the JivlUiuir link between Ilia Kouentloii post.jtiid tbe living urot- ent, is auverod, and oiUbla -midnle ground, it is . a fit time to consider, therefore be it.-s- 'h nwii . n-,tit ; Jietolved, That in the death:, of bur broihor, John .It, jKnialii, we loso a member of tills iar, kJnd and cOurl- ous, generous and true, whose man ly virtues and upright comiuct mark his example oa worihy.: of pur luiita liow. - .. .,,,t .). . . i i llenolved, That with deop sincerity we drop the tear of sympathy over the grave of our fallen brother, and give to hia surviving family lliaun- . aireoted oflforing of pur heartfelt cou doleuce, , . ,! t i i , .. Jiuolved, That we will altond the nmcrali'of our deceased Wend, and brother, in a body. J ., I .Hetolved. That II. A. Phelps the oldest surviving member of the Ilop- klusvillo lisr be requested to present these resolutions to the, Christian Circuit Court, that they may be. ent ered on the records of said Court as a lasting memorial of our love (or, and fellowship with the deceased. Jletoweili That these resolutions be furnished the city papers, for publica tion, , and that a copy lie sent by the Stcretary .' to' the, family of .the do- ceasetl. , .,.. ., S iV-PRtRRR.' J, i ,,,A. 1I.CLARR) ..11,,,;C'.(irnan. , ,., Secretary. ,..!, ,,,, ,).0, The . followlnif , porsruis wero ' apt poiutod pall boarr by tliQ pbairr mai, vic; -.u v , it ; II. A. PbelDS. A. V. Long : John IX Morris, Jno. W. McPherson; Hunter Wood,, ; .Nat. Oaithcr, , ., J. I. Laudes,' Jno. W. Breathitt,, ; APuzZeledParBor. t . . An old gentlemau from the East, of clerical aspect, took tho stago from Denver south in aute-rsilroad. dayn. Tha journey was aot altogether a safe one, and he was ubt reassured by the sight of a number ot rifles deposited in the coach,' and nervously asked: for what they were:" 1 J'orhaps' you'll ttit ont before yop it to the Divido,'. was ' tho' cheering reply. "' '.it'.'',' Among the , passengers was a par- ticularly ,(it , doomed to . him) uoro looking man, girded.: with a beU, full of Tovilvers and cartridges, and dear ly a roap1 "agent 'drssassin." . Home miles ont, this ' person, taxing ont a large flask, asked, "Dtranger1, do' ybn liri,..i '"''' " ' M- ! i "lf yon mean ' jlri'uV, sir, f jlo pot."i fUa you wbjcCt,Strangcr, to ytr,tlC' ngatnig?,'.'-, . ,.;; .i.-., . , "No, sir.. -:And thoy drank accord- Ugly,!!.-. 1,11)7 V. fpl t.i'O r(li j) I After ' farther distance bad), been traversed, the snpioBF(l brigand again asked,' '"Stranger, do toti'' fumigate?!'- If you mean sraoko, six, 1 no not;-) "V" ."ot ,1 ftt A.And . : thov procc amokev... At the dinint place, when our friend, came to tender his money, 'tho propriej- tor Said,' lotlr bill' paid. ' Who paid it? . - That man pointing to the anppoa ed highway man, who, on. beipg asked irho had not made a mistake, replied, Not at all, " You see,' when we aaw thpt yon didn't irrigate and didn't fumigate, wo',"knew that yon" was a parson. Anaf your bills are nil HgV, as long as you travel with this crowd. We V got a rospect . lot tho, church, yoa bell" , Jt was .-,00,, highwayman, but a rospeotabla resident ot lonver. Harpers' Magaxine. : ; mi.Ji ut ' " Jim BennotVi , WeMth'- i ' ... j-jj"t ,i ,,,tKow VorkCor. TroyTlmea. Great M Bennett's recent donafiori to the Irish lautrojimti, publio utay ap pear, it is merely a trillo to a inan bf his Weslth, and the act is really a per aonal benefit. U has' more property than he can judiciously manhge, and one ol his greatest noeds' is to be re: lieved of it in the Way of beneficence, VVhcu blie considers that this bachelor of middle life haB a Fifth avenne pal ace, a Newport villa" find a block' of shires in the same town; also a hne house and twenty acres in.tl n suburbs, of New ork, to which are to be add ed to. the Bennett commercial bnildini with a rental of $20,000 a year, am the Horald,' which is wqrtb nearly $2, 000.000 when one considers such an aggregate of wealth in one persons hantU, it is oviilent that lie has enough to make any ;man miserable unless' he can be led into- active'. bpnevoloiice, which is the rich iii.afi'8 only thhup? of hapuuiass.. If Mr Bennett' should coiitiuii'e to giv'b $100,000 a year: for the 'benefit of tlic- human race i he would find it tho best possible iuvest H"' Countless nilereranud the blaim of relit-C, and the fouutaiil of tliotr1 lioalth and strongthj in Ayer'n. 8arspar411a It is the most potent, of-all the alui a tivt'S to purify the syt))m and rclganse the tWodi.Jt posscsees'-iRiigorating .qualities, so mat u annuitants tne iau ud vitalitiesand purirea out the cornip tk.ns whioh mingle with the ))lood, promoting' deraniemeut and doeay, We are assured, -by -many-intelligent physicians that this medicine cures beyond all others.of its kind, and we can fortify this statement by our own experience. lnnxsatawneyii-. ( ra, Argus; ."f .'... r ,.-b.- TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 18S0.' -,il,r7h7EDGotI)runk. ' ' : :...', . . . ...-i ...... : THE waoVBRXOttS CP .THR JVO PARO' if IIS.A8 CAUSING A URORESI 1'LEDOU. r -''.: ..!,. :u iu. a : . . . , l.lttlc Bock (Ark.) c'uttc, f am sixty years old and novor got drunk till day bt'loi'C, yesterday, re marked old Uncle Jesse Whito, as he sat on a salt bane) in front of a groc ery store, . "l.have lived in Arkan sas for,, (forty years cum here from., East Tennessy and the thought tin t I got arnnk iu the evening of mjj life, when .I.can justllsee tuy gi-ey hair shining in twilight,- is eitoogh to make me throw myself into the river," "Tell ns how it occurred, Uncle Jesse." said a bystander'. '4 '""' j : "Well, some time ago in myneigh, borhood,,' and ho stopped talking and drev his p.in vigorously to see ii tin fire was out, "a Good ' Templar's lodge was organized. All the young peoplo in 'thc?cbmmuhity jlned; and pretty soon they came after nie5My apa Ike,, was tlje b-atliu' iuan, ami jsays he to me, "Pap, 1 want you to jine thin thing,' 'Ike,' says I. I don't know tho tasto of liqiiur. and I don't sed the of iiniii' Pnii Snys he, "We woht your influence. We are gwinc to vote on tlie local option jsw , pretty soon, and we want ynu publicly identified with 1 the work: '"Then my daughter Susan, she eome a round hud'' begged me to jine.,', Susan, gays I you never seed your old; father take a drink. No imp says she, but we want you to help us hi frown duwil the curse of iu-: temperance; '"'"Next 1 our ' pafson come amaod iaod, sot my wife ou me, and when they all got to druinmin', I had to line, r I had to line. I linad nn a Friday night!, and' on the , followinir Saturday I got on the boat and come down hero. ' Something ' ailed 'm'. Something kept ' ssying, Jassa i White you aiu't a free man, It bothorod toci and vfhen I saw ono pf th deolt-uanils turn., up a jug I wondereil if he had taken the nledire. and when he set the jug down I walked around and looked . . I. ' i i , . j, . i at it, tooK uoiu oi me corncoo stopper, walked kw6y And sinilt 'my' fingers; I went up on deck and set 'down ia front:' - Pretty nova, two men come out and -"net down. I After awhile- one of them remarked: Tho :!goverupr.;f North. Carolina said to the governoi- f South Carolina, and without finish ing tlie sentence both men laughed and drank out of a big black bottle. '" Thar was something In that governor bui ness '-that 'took mtj : 1 had heard my father talk about it and laugh. -I had often lieard .it, but no ono had evor been positive wbat, it, was tjio gover nor said, only that the time between drinks had been rather, long. Trollf sooir one of ,the men -reached downj took hp the bottle took ant the cork and saidThs govbrAof 6f North''CSi--olina . said, to the-4' TJien .' both map laughed and rdrank,., I uoverfelt so curious, in ,iny life, .1 Jooked arouud at the trees on the bank, and wc-mea who wayoi (thgir' hAndkerchiufs at ns as'tliey passed.' Tho'jjovarndrs had a ring about thorn that tingled througl my old Blood. Just then one ol the men'- turned, ! held" the bottle totoari mo,-and said: The governor -of North Before J knew it I bad bold bf the bottle. 1 turned it np and drank. All ,1, thought . about was ths goyer nors,,, and ,.when the -shftdows of Ike Susan, the pamori and ruy wjW flitted through my brain, the two governors tall and grand.stalked l ight up and rti nVer 'tlicm.','1'no"governf)r "of Nortl Carolina Rurt Thud another mill,-sind a'long'c'heV-' t MgaRU"e-the goveiv, nors in their trao ligliW " Ithonglit , they Wf re.-the ibest-iellowa jitf :hf world., ilha'Jboitjjpetn)e to, bp run niuiz . a. mile a miuuU. aud jl didu't care what sli did, so kmg.as the gov- urnuiB nan nun un. , .. " cu,v uutb liic governor kept it' ' refnarkin' and 1 kept pullin' and by the time I got to Little Kock. i' was w rjrpnk 'as an ow). Oh, I was drunk as a tnulo a rnrnk. got off the boat! and yelled. Uoorah for the governor ol North; Carolina, and the first thing knowed I found myself unia sort ot B priBon, , 1'irst time 1 1 ever, was . locked up. bpys. fust timo I ever was drunk, and am sixty edd years old. i I. .jtiii'lj .I'nvi ' , r TJnanimouBlj Sleoted. lii'v 1 : i.i. Ut.ui,-,ni a.,nt.-ii ,-,'iliniu) j In Prussia the voters elect electors who elect the members of the national - ' t jn oiiij ciectoraictisinct. quij one voter put. iu appearance ..On election dav , . ru -7 V , . rf- I'PJ ,1 I'. .r.1 I j . ..i ' L U : .' ' t or whom do you vote: ' said tbe returning officer.- ' i " : : -, i j For myself! ';'", v'l!,:: f-"""''-.! If elected wilf yoa serve as an else tor?' ;'--ip- Ojxt.oi jj0; i ii") ,-, It y .-..-. :. u i Then,:' Said the', returning oflioor, smiling at the strange simplicity of the tnuu, 1, must ask you. tlie tirst qitedtion over again,: VVuoiu do you xote JwT 1 1 V" it,, vn -,(. For myself. ., Oil,,, then you i have made up your mind to serve it yoq are eleoted. , , . No. .." ' 1 ; In the name of Bismarck I adittre you,' you chuckle-headed ass, yelled the' returning officer at the top of his Voice;" toll me, for the third nnd last timo, whom do yod' vote for,' then?-" j The voter, with digiiitv:,"naving been thriced honored by my fellow-cit. lzens with a unauiinous., election to this important trust, after I had twico declined the honor they, would, thrust upon me, 1 feel tli'at I can.no longer re Bint;, their -appeal;...but must sacrifice my personal preferences to my aniicty lor the puhlio wellare. 1 vote lor my ttclf and will serve if eleetodl .stu '; VVe.liRvw 6o oxViibitipn at bnr'ollice one' of the wonders nf the "plneteonth 'century 'i It Is" a 'talf '(br calves) with two heads, two bodies end seven legs. Ono of the legs half two) feet.'.' This wonder , is, joined together just where the hind legs of either aoinisV shi be. Our friends are invited to shonld call and sje it! Henderson Reporter, ,'A calf in an editors room! 'Phat'i something unusuaiy nu t it;. Email List of Premiums to ' be Did tributed trj'onr 8abscrib- ! M ere at our 2nd-Annual Di8tribtttl0n-;, .. .infill a , ; ,,i (,-.!, a.' !.e ' v Enconuigcd by tho success of a sim ilar' tinttertnkiiig last ye'ar,;tve bava.de; tvrinined to ilistrilm'to a n'uiubet of viiIunble'prentinm-amonjr our subi- scrilierK next full.'J Every .riAsii subr scriher will gel a ticket? in he ttiKtrif- oiitwn and have an equal chance at the preminiiis ' j I hose ' who - have already paid lot' the paper can get tickets by sho'wiug fcceipta,.-:j Hw , We havo selected the, premiuuis with caio and offer nearly tlirce times atf" uiany as wo diil laHt year A Al will be seen litim the list tbolow theie are thirty prizes, ranging from eighty dollars down'.' 'J'' ' 1 i 1. Ar,"Nrj;"'' I' "Twd-lidrso rf ' Wagoiij made by,MCeFrbwi ,$80X 2. A No. 1 White's Sewing :,'-, ' Machiue..:,...,.-,...,..y.. , $50. 8. An; elegant Silver, feo-set'.,. i t six pieces fcom J M. Howo. ' $60. ' 4..'' Oho Kehts 8aiTdIol: made ; ' ! by J. A B. Johnsbii'. . ; . '.' ." ' $20f 5. ' ' A genuine S ox'. " feilvor11 K . J Watch, Waltharri tnwement,' 1" f from Jas. L. VyliL-,t , i . 129. U; "Sonth Bend Cliilled Plow J n! i from Wiufroo dt Hart, 815. 7., Oliver. Chilled Plow, , ! from c.,M. Biiaiikiin;;,-, us.. 8. IinproTod Dexter Corn-. ... ; sholler, from M..Uidgorr A Bm. , $12. (1,9.1 Silver LutU't Dish, from ; j r Robert Mills. Jr ;.:::; $10. 19. Solid. 18 karat Gold . I Riilg,f'fi-oin 'Ja L-' Wahl!.";';'1 ;$10. 11. Extra Largo Farm' Beir ; '.. , from Winfree & Hart.'.".'; '. . . . " $10. 12.''Dr,nli!o' Plnnr. iMn&M i tiireillry loort'i Ediiitindo'.., "'fittO. 13. SilvorCake-ba6kct.''froni I RoWt Mills,; ji-: :",';'. !;; .;,,.,';l-, $. 14. Set of Table. .Spoons, ", from J. M. Howe;..:......-. ' $5., 15 Gold Pen' hndf Holder,' '11 from S'. 31, How.:;; ;.?.'" $5.- 10. Carving Knife and Fork!' ! "' from 0,'A.!Tlioinpson. i ;i'. . J A $5.; IT.' Tin' pliBrhber'8et, thted ; pieces, lrom U. A: lhompson.. fa. "'181 (Walnut' Baby Cradlo, 'A frota A:''W;PylevwV;. i'?i'. i'fl vlrtJS., 19. Finn Riding Mdlo. ! $5. !50. ' Box best 6c Ciutarai from''!' i J W'Landet1. ,V. ivVim" d 21. J Sil vor tJoblot A 1 .:. taw' -1' 84. 22. Silver Goblet. . ,,,,. ..,,v.-r $4, ,23 ., Nick le Plated Ctock .(.a. $3. ,24., Jtiood BiUin j'BrpleV, . , ZH . aviu,k. vfuio.,,,', ,,.Lwa. 26. Gold Front Sleeve But- , ' . I1" kYjWA-iriht v fonavGar .'.'''. "J" "ifl 28. Woekly Connor-Journal r'" one yearf.ii,iJt;. .,i'.,aorj:K $2.: i 29.;kinth KeiuVackUn 4m..,l.l year.Wl. .i-tiii.w ) j aftii$l , SU. Houth Kcntnckimtv-ouoplmii nnannnnn!r-' . Somebody .says that one who will Watch , Woman Y-ead a ' tiewartapoi wlll get soine new Ideas 6t tlie' chaij- actet istiesW tho" Rein1e-'Bek('"'hi). takos it up tim ffedly; nnd'-'beglns; to scauil) eycr , rapidly, as thojigh, she nits Hunting sopie puniuuiar, uung but she Is not. Sho Is meroivlnkimr in the obscure paragraphs, -which she nan ueiieves, wore put in tlie' out of the way places for tlie sake ,pf .keep ing her from seeing iliem, ' . As- siie iinisiiea fiiisn oue,uner coMnrenaiice brightens, wheu the coiufortiiblo ro-, flobtion that she has outwitted the od' itorandllie whole race of iuon, for she cherishes , vague belief , that newpapeni are llie enemioi of her sex, and editors Its chiat oppressor. She never reads tho' licadlliies,' and tbe huge telegraph heads' he - Uovor eton sees. She is ffroedy for. local new and dovours it, with the keenest rolish) ;, Marriages and, deaths are al ways Interesting reading to hor, and. advertisements are exciting and stim ulating: : bhe. i cares but : little for printed jokes, unless they . reflect rid iouleupon the men, and tbeu she de lights in thorn, aud never rorgele them. She pays particular attoution to anything encloied In qnotatlou marks, and considers it! rather better authority than anvthiltg first lionilod.' The columns inwhich tho editor airs. his opinions, in leaded lilfalutiu,, she rarely reads. Views are of no ' im portance In hereillmatiort, but. facts are everything. She generally reads Ihe poeiry; shedoes'ut always care fori), but she makes a practice of reading it because she Hunks she ought to. olio reads Stories, sketches and paragraphs Indiscriminately, and believes every "word bf them. - MnnU ly, after she has read nil she intends lo, she lays the paper down with an nil- , of disappointment, and a half contemptuous gesluro, which gays very plainly that she thinks all hows- paners miserable failures, bnt 'it Is certain that if she had a chance alia equld make the only perfect newspa per tne worm nad ever seen, A bite from a .rattlesnake is. Mimo tiinea not more dangerous than ! a severe Cough or Cold. "A well mer ited reputation has Dr. Hull's Cough Symp. anil this remedy ia sold by ; all drnggiat!"' Price 25 cent.' tjm i e;i.ni:... , . ', 'rrs. 1 1 Raising boys is ..a i good i deal like raining colts if t tho parent succeedsja gottihg bpb' friSt ' one put ' of ten he is doing well.,"'Iflid' was1 aslfea 'which was the best way to bring; bp1 boy,' the lecturer said that (to Would' be in elincd to answer, "Bring him "Bp'1" the back Way." " , , 't"No,"; aaidB) TexaH'Iswvcn, as he placed a couple of loaded- Derringers ou the table before him"lis fact that tho witness is a desperate man will not dotcr mo from asking hlinsuch question! as 1 may deem proper." 4 - DUMBER 10. SHTKIN3' fCBK- ' bill' m'oraT sky has again become brightened and the gloom that for so many iyeai-s, has threatened to shut Out iho t'Son of. God" from our midst, has been. dispelled, and Iho praise ol ntiroreu'for once more wells up from ninny' glad - hearts! The series ol ItVeolIng which begun at old Sinking f ork church,-. Pu Iho Jra . bllnday Cliih) bj Jtpv.,sJ.Pj Porter, ti'ssislcd by Rovs. John bpiinlin, J. II. SpiliTin and A. M. Jten'eham, have resulted in tlift' most -glorious awakening, ever riai'J 1 iinliia- poiiiinuiiily, ; even by flio l(loft inlinbilnnts, there having been fit the ttvd wce-ks over, 100 eon! vcreldift over"' 510' accessions o tlln Baptist church hfrt niut about. 80 proved lor baptism. -.'liie oroinanoo ot Baptism ,will ,lo adiinisU)i'eiAqii Sunday i the 2'Jth iiVsl. beginiing,iil 10,V o'clock a". Y. in the'crcele "near T. T." Owens, V 111 comment furtheti Wedeeiii ,uuiiccessaiiy, eji the people of thUcoiiiiiitinity are too WP" known for any; ono tp gaiu say the incalcula ble .be'uofif,', that 'will'.reoiilt In the neighborhood, 'botli ninrnlly and so cially, front llifaa blessings f- yeti wo beg a short stiace envlinw.U W e hop however, to see one 0t the most dcsi' icnble. blots banished 'by llicm, nnl lliM Is the 'TlppUng Saloou' at Ifiekf ettevllle.' 'Surely this dsiniiliig bdnc upon the reputation of the cotnmnnU ty will lie stopped, and llie liquid (iro no longer dealt out among us, to ex tinuiali the flame of snoicd love, thai now swells in the breast of our noble sons. Could we command, the pen of mi able wrtler It would be a graliflr cation to ut to portray with becoming reverence, and in uniimnr. languago, the scenes of the wnudorfiit powef and love of God witnessed by ns tlur Ing this uiiireccdented revival al of.) Sinking Foi k.cliui-cli I "At Iho .begiii liing ot. the meeting, attciidant-u wa not large, aim oiuy aootii io cnris' flans 'were (irosont to tesilfy- fbrtho cause: ot Uhrist., : t hese few faithful 'Soldiers, of lliq Qi-oss," t:(of several qoiiomiiiaiioii8,) euiereu upon tne work boldly, and taking each a friend or relative as a special 'object ol. prnVer while remembrance' of all siuitert was supplicated before God. were o6u mule Impi y in realizing answer to their prayers in seeing their frietida hotly flrofcss' the'' Lord to the world; and enter fntb the .work -will) llienu Thus, all wore strengthenedilil faith, and many havo been able lo re port .from a to 8 who' .have cinprged from darkness lo light, for whom they hare made special1 prayer 'Id God. Many of i the converts have also' re- ported a many who. have rejoiced iu the love bf Jesus for whom they have made "special praycT at a throne o grace. ' "!" " 1 '" ' j "O'no remarkable fodturoi Is the Utif cominon iquiot and' want or excite, iiient,, that lias prevailed . .during the Whole meeting. . A , largo nuiiibcr having made profession away from 6hurch."The'niost respectable atten tion and docoruni togcihor -with sor. ious reverence, lina been remarked the whole lottinawJbrom. Restate or the most, pitiable rccklessnctSr ungodli ness and spifittial . death, we eel the whole community regenerated, even llie nlr nti-ouud lis iseom put-en, all nature smiling, nutl the Sop Of Hlght eousiioss reigns siiprenie. Behold what niaiinor of lovo iho Kathcr hath bestowed tlptm ns, that we : should be called theohildreU'oftiodb..- nti.l I 'ai!vi r.- -' ' "' Emoe : """An Xditot'i Eream.'' ' He-fctl asleep nfte'f ' kllnicl'rintl 'fbl he1 dreamed BRuin." And It seomad 16 blm i vision lhal, having rmed hini- sejt.witiv certain pnpoia. and . books, he tui'iigd hia steps oueq more toward the place and' knocked at the' gate. ' Hello, Is that you a-mlnPsald Peter. What doyob wishr'.ti ) fi.u H-tei A I Lot tho persons again come fni-t!i, .replied iho- editor j and, reiei-; tliii-J lime, iiiHttu ineiu mi puiB iiii-ougll tuprl gale and stand oh lhe!ntsidi- ' - t pByi'camo as. befyra. nitd (uluoiofl the same cries as be l ore. r , i ... i I tv ny uun t you notice mat Dig egg gave you ? yelled the first,. . ; It was rottouvenllcd the editor. Whir don't yon write ip- itiv soda fountaiu, ?-ei ied tho drugglL-,,Kl.. i . "Vuu had yppr tickota, printed. , at tne other office, calmly replied . the to'enl man." i: ' ' ' !":: " i ' Why did Vou write about did" Tom- lincon'S bona anil never speak of mv new gate,! shouted the third.,, , : , . ,.,pjaTonilin8on paid for his adycr liseniont nnd you didn't. Herb's' the bill, said Ihn t11lor 1 1 ', fJ.A( a Why do yoa spell my name wronc In tlie-progiramme? groaned tho lomtl lalent, ... ,, .. ; .. Take a look nf this manuscript of yours And see for yoursolf, said ' the editor with a grim smile, r , i.i,) -1 Theftsrtir'nhfr'ennrpBtiV yelled their fcomplnlnls In iinisoii, autt , the editor calmly sorted, out a series .of bills Tor unpaid subscription, and prcieiited each wllh one t and It . was so, that whan they, hail recoived tjicm tlmy nil tore thoir hnlr and rushed violently down a stoop placo into the sea, and St. Peter,' taking the" editor by the hand, led hlitl within the gate and wid: 1 r'-':i! - ; : Come, friond. tliouo chaps managed to slip through hero in spite ot tis.bnt thanks to the press, we now know what sort of fellows tliey are; X'oiiin In and stay, wo nocd a fow auuh men as you bore.:J; , t ,....-,..,( .. ,a,,a Tit fer Int. Mr. U 'was p.-istpr p - ii ,-,. t..w.i, tn ' .;,,i ., ;n . ui. u.iriiD. UHUL..I in . wiiuin lur.u itt Ono of tho i Wotdern: States. He had boort on Very bad terms, will) his Hock "ftTlorae"tmi" Thoy abnscd him whcn-ever.thcy! could find 'iocca ainn, and he ' reciprocated, ;with, etpml riddineKB. Before j his copti aot, with the parUlt expired, he received the ap poiutinutti' ot cnaiiiuiii tit. inu otato TJ1 .J.l I .1! I'U.l.i. , rt.-.:li':- 'ui. c..' . . prison, iuueu ui tins iuckj oppor tnnity if gettihgVid ' ofliiirt, -tlio coti groeation came in nut nitmucr to hear his farewoll sermon, ''perhaps ' lotts' to. compliment than to annoy In in .with their pfCTenfo7trWar Was their as tnniBliuiont. snj. still gitaler thoir au- gwiVwlien, ha, icvijiotid gcivtlcinan .chose tor his.j.ex.t tho following worili "I go to prepare a place for , yod t that icAsi'e .' oWi', jhci'e get win' .be alsillatper,f 3Iffuxlnii. ..f- i 'itt'i'itt u ii ; i hi hi' i i i ; .There: Is nothing so charming as the innoceiico of children. Alaniina. said a five-year-old the other 'dar wUh you wbuldn t lcitvo mo lo tak card of babv again.' He was so bad that I had lo eat all tho sponge cake and two jars of raspbery jam to amuse hnui THE SOUTH KENTUCK1AN. adVRTIsih a rake. One nqiirtre, or leaa, llrt lil-rtlon .i. One BuiKirtf, or Ii-iht icniml inm-rtion... tine sMimro, throe moiitlin .....v:. Oau tMnni-e. twelve iniiillH Two ftiutree. inontli Two e'liiitres. ono venr, . ,? .' Une-foiirlli column, per year.- ., Oiiu-thlrUooluuui, per your. tlno-liHlr coltinni, poryoilr..... Unc column. te i ear. : , . , Jlimineui locule. tcur-i'liUlior line. . 8 I no UO 10 en 11 in ' tr in II W W :( SU 6f WASHINGTON LETTER- - WAsnfuGioN, Mar. 5 1880; - ThA meeting 'of the Deuioi-hulo Naiioiial Cbiiiti.ittce 'lVcl'O this week tttliiicled llie inlercsied alleiition of politicians of all shades, ui.tl lis vllect bus been lo leave a bell or leuimg among -L)cuiociuli. than I us exisica ahitu ihu lit presidential election, A lui-ge iiuniber of rt-preseiilatives ot tho purly were prevent lrom ttiriuoo lucaiitits u nil the eviilenco ol tplrjt and determination, prevailing umoiig Iliem juul un oxhilaraling cllici upmi UeiiiotYaiiu Coiigroisiiicii nnd others here. 'ThO' lively-dl'grue ol Mteresl niniilferled in luuiilug the Coiiventiim i ol itsoll nn. indication ol a. ispn'H i, r hopelullieeseaml th eavpt-eaaloii or tl a vuriuits delt-Kitlcs botukcit poeilho conlidciice.in the 'succuaa of the parly.' llicss fisnressioii were not Wild lu.- sertions, l)uedtipon the geutral iu.m that tho party muni win hucaunu :t OUKht etadMltratilO -leatlUlg tlcmo- crais tqok a practical view -of . the.aiit- uivlion.. ttutl, ngreed iiuiver,aiiy unit tlicy"tvoultl' witi" Ifwl'stl ax-lion and colinjcl prevailed.' 'Wlnitovurmey bo said about the eignncsnce ot llio o leclioii wplatw-taxi Irolduig the con vention, it eurtuinly has none in rela tion lo- caiididalcs fl'ho' intcresls of un cuiididale Was consulted anduuiio of tho' cAiidldiilUs'touk a position in , fnvorof any particular place.1 f ' Hut whrlo this i the Uoitiocratic siliiatiuu, tliiuKS among the ItcpublU cans are gutting .pretty budly mixed. Mr, Cuiikilng e JNoW lork Uonven lion lius dune the worX mapped out for it, -mid now tliesn-lkes wait for v John Lovair to)'-bring Illinois lo Iho nerutch. iTherefsuo disguising,, the fact Unit a leclltigot alarm it luklng possession of it portion of tho ltupub- " lii-nti part : ' A candid ltopiiblh-aii . . iitlicc holder, who is for Sherman tint and lllain next, snid to mo in iho . moriiiiiir t 'A am alraiu wo lire going to be wrecikad." .The siluatiult yf the pnny is ccrltiittly .desperate. 'The' Senutoriiil Syntllcnte' that is running Grant rough shod over the heads ot'- ; ' tlie peoplo, are determined- upon two" things to beat limine nt all hazards,, and to. secure a man. who will obev them. It matters not from tlieif standpoint whether Grant ban, poll, tl e largest vote or not. They know hlmf'iht feett'iiian who cares nothing for aiiv, mothods but his own., and iu . recognize no restraints.." They know, that at tlie cdUcilI-''ibmc',.t.ho wfti; If necessary, declare himself elected, re gardless of the vote, and proceed to seize therein of government.' This' . Is not mere bunkum. Lot .any fnart hear the talk 1 have heard among iho advocates of Giant right" herd tit Washington niirl come- to any other - ' Ooncliision if he can.: .Tti candidacy of Grant nicaus republican, rnlabv fair means -loul.J.'l!0cioii tniiiiht by all tlicso signs is that the approach.' lug conteui will be a hot ode. ' Just attar my last letter 'was scat the news cam that poor old Ilrmnidi, the Italian trosco, painter, 'who has been puiuting iVescotlcsin tho Cn.K toi; was tlcad." Every visitor who hos,' been' thrbngli thb1 'bhildlitg fbr tit n ii y years, has seen tho. old inan at . work and lnt'peetwrttie' results ot his - labors. Jtooliaiige of admiuistrntion ; no, change of, liltrary commltteo In ' Congress, or in ofllcoof archilcct 6f the Ciipitof' ovnrf affected Brumidi: He was sublect tono- autliorltv, and ' as nobody knew exactly how ho came there, so nobody vcr thouL'l t 1 1 in- Jterforring with iho work he carried on behind bill' perpetual scaffolding.' no ungan in tne uommiitea room1 of tho Douse tmttflttcBt)ir3i2i iculiuro under, -sail of underlined' engage- , ineni anu naaj oeeuar,it ever since: Vliercver. mere .was. a blank wall Ihore Brumldl sot by his staflblding. . In "tlie roilJnd,t lrr4he! cdiridors.'i'ii thet dobMhUteoijiOonis. in tlie 6ellolrs, Ite and his workmen wei-ocoutinually - iogc4. Tlio.. dark posfngq-, in the basement Jitr.covcrea Willi most elab'-. i-ttto flora anu Tntinai -Birds,1 beas'tB" arid nMics,'cUplds, godltgec and dls- -tiiiguisliedSeitalorawRi'eall alike sub ject lor Bnuinidt'a brualawJIe was iho' aiithor ol tiiat,,extraotilnai;y compo- siuoit which excites uio wonder of rural p.ind ill the dome of the Capi tol,' and for a loiig tifne1 before his death he was engaged upon rist Bcheme of decoration, which, was Dor- hups his- most important work nntl winch Is left uulinislicti: It was bis cherished wish to be able to eomplele this work with iita own Imfiq, but the fall ho sustained in October siisDeild-' cd it tor a time and he exphiined tho plans jpiH ...flcslgiis. los workmen of his own selection who will probably cari'v'theiu out. ' '" '' llo was a most sIhkuIbi1 msii. Tliouuh ; lie received Iruiii (he Gov einiiioiit $39,600 .for ono , piece of work tne panning on tne canopy br ibe dome and hns earned Urge sums' lor woi-k i uiecwneie, ltiolndiiiic tho dcnonuioiis. of St. Stephen's . church',' yew., orkv ..aiiili tlie Cathedral In' Philadelphia, bodied without uio ey euouglf id pay his ftincral expenses. A ll iend or iiiino showed mo yester day a singular receipt written by Bn" 1 1.!..l. I I l . .. iiiiui iii wiiiL-u nn ncKnuwetigos llie sum of J'JO from Mr. Follunsbce "loi' pnymciil of half the wall of my house, wero lib has buililoil his house next of iiilito, and I ealh aiyan)f..galisfi(!d." fLongrces is doing well now and is gotting right down to work. One bf 1 the measures which nurs tip Uio bow els of radical Wrath Is a bill " ty Sen ator Butler of 'South Carolina1 whirR:. provides that itt: thai) not be Inwliil . lor auy otlico-holdor under tho Unit ed Slates lo contribute liioncv for po ''' .titl 1 XT , ,'J ii.ii.iii mii iv9un, i,u neuii ui n oe panniciit shall collect or permit fothe rollonted, uioiicy for.sucir, titihioies.' '1 Ins provision also, .includes iiersoiis. having .eoiitracls with, the Uiiilcd Sliires. National bunks niid btlier cor- poi-Htionft choi'teretl by the Unittid Btaleli ! r or Violrilioii of this ncl a puiiishmcut of iinprisonment not ex-, rcuding six moniliaoi- a fine of $5,000 ia affixed. It .is likoly to pass and' would cut off llif radical base ofcsiii-, jialgn" supplies,, unless Hayes Vetoed, if. " puM'OW could lid vclo'it after nll! his titleriiucfcs on flit) subject. ' ::r:tir'':':.-vM ot -m -I -r-tn nr-- ,.; '-V ' Mr-V Hiralu Duloy; ediWi. of ,t1ie Flt'iiiingsburgTimea, was niiihieil ml' tlw2;Viilf. to Miss Amelia Philip of Fliiiing c'Annty.u One br1 one wo aio 'i Yni, Lin:lsoit'.if Mailiandt' coriiity iflide.'tbt.k ' to- pnntih a rabbit opt (if a IfrtsV'.-bito with ' the btitt'ehtl' of a loaded gun,' ,tho 1 gun 'went' ' off and shot binr dead. , lie was aged' 20 years; ' , 1 '!