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IS A CANDIDATE fwf tba Lecalla af THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS Kloolioa to to held tin flnit Tueaday In HtNnlxr uoit. -AlT7STI2ST II CAKIntTKrOHTRKL00111(iil or TH UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS ami roiwUully solicit the votea of the poojilo at mu 'election to lo bold nu Tuo. day, September 0, Wl, ISAACS. JULIAN, Editor. BAN MARCOS, TBXAS. TllUUHDAY, AUGU8T, 11, 18H1. Entered at Second- Clan Matter at the J'oftojjiceat 8in Marco; Txa: Wb give pluco on our &rnt page, by request, to the auuienH of tho Lxccu tive Cuiiimittoo 0 the Prohibition Al liance of this State. rnoBiDiTioN Las failed in North Carolina. Reports from seventeen counties give a majority against pro Libition of 21,748. Other counties will probably run it up to G0.000 or 70,000, From Indianapolis we learn that it Las beon ilocidod by tho Board of State ollicora to pay off the Wabash and Erie Canal bonds, duo from tho State to Henry Coglan, of England. The sum required to liquidate tho obligation is about $140,000. The Chicago News says there is borthor of Gen. Sam. Houston living inthat city, who is nearly a hundred years old. Ho came to America a long whilo ago, but efcrriiuje to say, never vibited lus distinguished brother. He spoke in a strong Scptch accent, tho family being of thut stock. - Prof. Baldwin, of tho Kirksville Normal School, after an arduous and successful year's work, has concluded to take a rest He travels about 2,000 miles, and iias engagements to deliver 12G lcc turcs, visiting and conducting Insti tutes in Texas, Iowa, Missouri and Nebraska Somo one ought to see th e Board of Regents, aud have hiin stirred up a littlo! St. Louis Journal of Education. Col. Jolm W. Forney, in the last issue of Progress, gives an interesting account of past party divisions in New York, and the many fatal duols growing out of them. After tracing the history of parties in tho Empire State from 1797 to 1881, he says : " But in all this lupso of tiiuo there uas boon but one Kohcoo Comcling. Ho is tho gap sheaf of tho pyramid of BOif-aunurers ; tlio emperor 01 empi rics; the czar of coxcombs; tho high ?riest of the Hidalgos. Ho is liko tho risluuan who was put in a bucket and hung in a deep wolL His tor mentors would neither let him down nor pull him up. ' So by tho mother of Moses,' said Put, ' I will got the best of them, and bo cut tuo rope. Some idea of the bonoilts to San Antonio and western Texas, derived from the construction of the Interna tional R. R. west of this city is gained from the statement that the checks cashed on contractors' aefounts, to meet espouses of labor, provisions, tools, etc., for tho month of Juno Inst, amounted to 170,000, whilo tho ad ditional amount paid out on account of ofliccrs, engineer corps, operating employes of tho road, etc., will amount to at least $30,000 more, to say nothing of tho right of-way ex penses. AU of this money is expend ed in San Antonio or west of hero. In addition to this is tho outlay in construction of tho Sun-Set extension, which must be nearly as great as that of tho International. San Anto nio fivpress An Inipolrut Attempt. j A Lady on the Editorial Conrmtloo. Now as to what is said about w "P 80109 lnoJ piago from Orange, it in 110 doubt correct, but the account of Mr Swisher, of the it in adding insult to injury" to class Sun Marcos with Orange the names of the two places "ought not to l mentioned tho samo day," ave by way of contrast San Majicob Fkek Piikhs. Well, Sir Julian, you have "stump ed ' us. We have met enemies from many quarters, and have waged incoc- sunt war in tlio defense of Orange, but we are about squolchod now, We know Orange has a hard name. but, buil as t;ho is reputod (falsely) to be, we did not think any man, dead or unhung, would have tho effrontery, 1110 meanness, 10 attempt so odious a tiling even as a comparison of her uily qualities with those of. San Marcos, much less rate theffi below. Julian, we thought you were a truthful man, a righteous man living in fear of the Jjordnnd unciiorod wliero tho exom plificution of His precepts wero most needed ; bat, alas, the abovo convinces us that you have imbibed of tho sentiment around you.nnd stand vour- Self much in need of the services of the good evangelist, l'eun. That a man living in San Marcos would throw mud at Orungo, disgusts us with the human race, and wo almost wisli for general extermination, f-jiiuo of our citizens went to San Mart'-os last year to Bet tie enticed there by somo sliun?o delusion but they were triad to ire back, and are buck, and could not be induced to return. Wo aro sorry for you, Julian, and wo don t wish any worse for yon tiinn that you may bo required to spend all your remaining days in ban Marcos. Uraugo In- bune. Wo confess to not 0 little surprise at reading tho above. Our compar ative reference to San Marcos nnd Orange had regard to their respect ive ntuess as locations lor JNoinml schools. We did not aim to go into a general comparison. But our friend of the Tribune evades our point, and goes into a general comparison between tho two places in regard to tho very point in which Orange is most vulnerable, viz., the matter of immoral ty aud lawlessness, thus iluutrating tbe adage, lia guilty conscience needs no accuser." Such being the fact, we of course do not hesitato in accepting his challenge. And wo need not go out of his editorial columns to chow that Orange is in truly a bad case. We clip the following from the Tribune of tlio snmo br nearly tho sumo date as his attempted defouao above: Night beforo List, about 10 o'clocl two or throe shots wore lired on front street. One of tho bullets entered tho millinery storo of Mrs. M. Gtmn, and catno near doing serious mischief. Now, wo do not believe tho party who fired these shots aimed them at Mrs. Gmm's storo, or other - shots would have hit tho house wo don't bolievo any 0110 in Orungo is moan enough to do such a thing intention ally. But the fact that 0110 of the ullctH came so near doing serious iiiuuge, Mrs. Gunn and her children icing in the room, ought to open tho eyes ut thoso who indulge m the foolish habit of liring off pistols at igLt to the danger they indict upon innocent people. We uro unable to soo what fun there can bo in firing off pi:;toU at night, but all can see tho laager of accidental shots, biioot- ing at night used to bo a constant thing, but for tho past year it has ecu nearly uloppcd. Buys, let the senseless practice be stopped altogeth er, beforo you have occasion to seri ously regret it all the biilauco of your lives. Since tho abovo was in typo another bullet has been found in tho building, and tho impression prevails that the shots wru fired at T. E. George, ho was sitting tit.irlv in tho door at the time. The reader cannot fail to notice the tame, deprecating nature of the above, but tho facts revealed aro simply out ageous. The Houston Post, taking cognizance of the matter, denounces tho affair in a very differentstylo.and adds: We only give voice to tho common conviction of all who have knowledge of Orange that it is probably the moHt unsafe and law defying locality the state." Tho Post further states a well-re tneuibered incident of Orange life: Some time since wo were are in formed that the district attorney had the nerve to begin a series of indict- Skcteh Book, Austin 1 Wo arrived in Houston about eleven o'clock that duy. Found Homo gentlemen at tho depot distributing badges. Don't think they wore ex pecting ladies, for they took no no tice of us till Mr. Snydor, the Sketch Book printor, suggested that we by right should have one, or we wero 0110 of the two lady proprietors iu Texas. Thon they gave us the old gold badge, (glad the Post said it was gold. We should havo called it mud color, if we had not been told differently) anil bade us to follow the crowd. We did so 1 stopped at a large brick bouse and climbed up two or three flights of stairs, when the crowd came to a sudden stop in front of n bar, coverod with nil kinds of liquors. Wo did not know what it all meant, but afterward leurnod that thut bur is the entrauce to tho Press Club rooms of Houston, very fine apartments when you once get into them. The gentlemen, Jiowover, seemed to admiro the cntranco most. Here, wo were spoken to after a time by tho gentlomen who gave us tho badge, nnd who informed uh that a room had been engaged for us at tho Hutchins' House. Arriving there wo were told that no room had been engaged for ns and thut the bouse wus full to overflowing. In the par lor, wo found Mrs. McPhcrson of the "Sherman Democrat who bad not even been treated to a badge and who was in some concern as to what wus to becomo of her. We also found our two assistants, Miss Efnor und Miss Irvine there, and they suggest ed that wo camp with them during our stay. Thonotel clerk being will iug to such arrungeiiiout,"We conclud ed to do so. We then went to the opera house and listened to the oration and the poem. After thut came a meeting of the editors und the election of officers, over winch there was consiaerauio discussion. Some eight wore nomi nated, but to put a slop to tho wran gle, all withdrew but tlio Gosling of the "(JuiU who was ueciareu eiecteu by , acclamation. They wrangled 1 about every thing it seemed, except tho invitation of Mr. Cievemud to somulo some "keroaeco oil" Wedonl ! know why tiioy were needed to sam-. plo kerosene oil, but thr.t was tho way tho invitation was delivered. Not feeling mtcropted in Kerosene, while there was so much gas to be had free, we did not join the party. There was to be a banquet at tne Hutchins bouse in tbe evening, aud there were some twelve ladies in at tendance on tho convention, all of whom roceived personal invitations from luilereut editors, to be present, and one of whom had been invited by one of the committee, by letter, to give a reading thereat. Tho ladies put on their Sunday go-to-meetlug trucks and descended to the parlor that evening, only to learn th.it Gos- ng of the "Ijmil had s nnotinng to ;:iv about "women," which he did not want them to hear, and therefore the majority of male mombers had voted tho exclusion of the ladies. True, they sent in somo of tho vit'.tals and wines by tho colored wiiters, and some of tho ladies indulged in the re st, others did not. Although the ladv members' are greatly iu tho minority, there being only two, wo would liko to suggest, even without the least possible hope of the suggestion being acted upon, that the editors include their wives in tlio association. Thij is what is doao in the north, and it is no more than ight. Any place that can not afford to extend nn invitation to a man's wife as well as to himself, should not extend an invitation to either. o hone at the next convention the mut ter will be taken up and bj decided. ply of wliibkcy had been depositud in a room immediately connected with the hall of representatives, which was thronged with. meuiliera at all hours of the bight. The chairman of tho Ways and Means Committee became so exhilarated that lie h id to be re tired from Li posti ami some of his brethren who hud been e.Uliug him to order iu most a disorderly manner, were quite as incupublo of busines as himself, while Order had sought her worsmppers elsewhere. Tho exhibi tion was most humiliating, but it now pleasantly reminds us of the won dorful changes which have been wrought by thirty yearB. A dispatch from Kansas City says James Bridges, an old soldier and companion of Fremont, after whom Fort Bridges wus nuuiod, nnd who wus the lirst white man to follow the Santa Fe trail across the plums, is dead 1 ago ti'J. The author of "Katlilcon Muvour nccu," F. N. Crouch, an Englishman, who was a soldier in the Coufcderuto army, is living in Baltimoro, at the age of more than 70 years, and in is straigntenea circumstances. Texas Items. Carpenters are iu demand at Austin. Aud guoU wugu uro paid, The North 'i'exui liquor dualcia will hold a convention iu sIhtuimu ou iLo leuth ol August. Tbe Uvalde iies'uriuo gives a tuvor able auauuut ol the stock pi w;cu in hdwards county. . Seven cur leads of boson and thirty cur lends ut coueu seed havo becu chip ped Iioiu (jiddiugs tiuue llid Ut ol isep- lumber. The tutul vulualiuQ of the property iu Wasbioiituu county ia o,7B7 Siil with the supplemental roll ol upout 200,00(1 to be addoU lo it, muking a Kr""J lotul of uoally li,0OU,U0O. Breohara hua been offered $18,000 for her tour leagues of school lauda in Tom (jireeo uouuly by Mr. (J. it. iVIrt call. 'J be oiler is thought to be a tfood one and will likely be accepted. la Kl Paso cegs soli at tit ty ceuts per dozen, trying chickens at aeveuly five ceuts and grown chickens at ouu dollur eucu. Abilene is doing an immense cattle shippiug buiiuets. Une hundred car loau per w,.ek uud could do more had alio Hie lrn&portuti'iii. Mrs. Mary Cameron iccoived the first 1 ud certiucale lffui-'l under lue law dooatiiifc hind to Confederate eoldiers and their widow. VALUABLE Real and ' Personal Property FOB SA.IL.3i! -Till- W00TT0N HOTEL Property In Han Mareoi li ifftred fur Mia. Ii oora arlaaa twa lata, wall Imnruvud. Banldaa tha Haul bulldlnn Ciara la an aAcrllont utw aTAHLI, Jinn kiii iMciartu, ira4 o a v u . O, aia. 10T FACLVfi TIIJS PROPERTY, nn tfc o!br tldt of ibt ilrt li alto FOII IALB. It u newly rnerd. TbUwhol propari U bind' wioieljr and ligibly tUuatMl wltb rfaruct to kwp lug hvtel ur a pilrtia rUnc. A valtublt lotoi bouwhold proptriy U alto ar rdfor aaJt. OP -ALSO 34 ACRES GOOD VALLEY LAND In (ha monntalua a boot ooa nil la from tba bom a tltail. Twenty aerta at a otdr goud ft-rica and uiutily l eultlvailna 1 haUnca wall tlntlfd. t OK Tt.IC.Yl and oibar particular fill en ora!drel c. fVOJ'ITOS i tla Hottl plae, ur tba mrBH.KaS.8ab Uareaa. au 11 to Jan I 'HI Boarding House RAIT Slllg PL Ml San Marco , Texas, W. M. WILSON ffoold ranpeclfoll announca (a tho publte tba t ha ba taken lha wall known hoiua rntly rruupltil li ft. fctuliti, and auoceada llin lb iba bualnt ul kfrpliiit bbSnlarf, reoular atid traiulttit. Th ao eommodatloQ will ua tba bett tba ooui.try alTrila. au Al II J O I'llli YOTKltS OF TEXAS. Tha City cf Hoyst n IHA OINDIDATE TOR TBI IXI ITION OP The Medical Branch OP TlIK State TJiiiveiR5it3 And re-pi'cliilly solicits ynur suffri(t(is. 9D SAN JMCAlElOOSl HARDVmRESTORE. Parties vieitiugSan Maroos will find it advantageous to Call 'FITi When in 3S"eed of. fllardwaro Tinware, Wagon iyp-Buggjr liCA.TES RIAL, 1KUJN, lMAlLo, CASTINGS, JLT-C. Tl,!r. tiirk is uneouftllod in VARIETY OR PRICE. Thcv invit. J. pcctal attention to their prices on Iron, Steel and Nuils. AUSTIBT BILLS XiUPIalCATJESD. ftif THEY MEAN BUSINESS, jet Give tliow a call first door west of Malone's Cheap Store, frcntiiirr pi... Sas Maiicos, March 24, 1881. vl0-n20 3ra To Cstt'iL Shippsr:. luouts atrninst thi-w; outlaws, nnd the ! l.uwerless to withbtnmt it as did Gen- .. .1 -. - i . i ! 1 ... - Tl i . result was mill ouc I'vcniu, mm cm lilwll in uut ytiira. juuuwwo taking a quiot walk with his wife, ho of oilicKils were turned adiift for no was shot at. missed, and hit wife sc-1 other than partv reasons, while polit veielv wounded. This nflieer llieu ! jc:il neiiotisui was the order of the threw up tho siHmjie nnd retributed from the unequal contest In addition to tho proof furuiHued "A Living Mdnnmoiit.'' There are sotno noble men among tho old Tenuis. One of theui is Col. Grant, of IluutsviUo, a gentleman of wealth and position. Wo heard of hiin before wo left Indiana as a friend of education among wliitc aud black, and as maintaining an industruu school, under charge of amemlnr of tho Society of Friends from Ohio. The editor of the St Louis Journal of Education, who recently leetuied beforo the State Normal School, re lates this beautiful nad characteristic anecdote : It was Col, Grant who, when it was proped to reft a monument over the honored craTO of Clen. Sam. Houston, whose remains lio cntoniled at HunUiville, m:L "Yes. let ua build a monument but kl it be a liring monnmer.t Let na dunato to the State oar college and ita grounds for . V, Clw.l an.1 1. t na rl it of the Tribune, wbora the if cam jiouim floraiai ikiioci; I .... r. t r.3 r. ... ten Tort po.u!o i:r charge ai once adopted, and rich men and , lac of courage to apot out and de- j trrnart I l .it ..4li. 1 vnt !.- atiT J.-wrra n t!ie 11. Morals of t'oiigrcss of 1830. Tho Hon. Goorjjo W. Julisin n member of tho Thirty-First (yo-rigress, writes a sketch of it in the Intel-na tional Review of August. We make nn extract : Political morality was at a very low ebb during the period covered by the Thirty-First congress. The Whigs, now that they were in power, saw nothing amiss m tlio spoils sys tem inaugurated by general Jackson, which was iu full bliist Tho presi dent hud declared that ho had " no friends to reward and no enemies to punish," but under the party pressure ho totally lost sight of these words, and seemed almost as iluy. L uuer the brief administration of General Taj lor unprecedented po litical iobbt rv'iwvailed. both in the V niviug is now toiug Joiioon the Clviiiuiit mtuuliuient mill hi Cucro, which is the only cue io the stute. i l.e prnb uhilities are, however, that tucy will go into neui-ru use bi-iorc a great while. A wealth v uerinua miu a ISniiounan are negfltiaiinK for six leagues ol laud in a binly in llurnct county for tlic rur po.e of looutiug a colony ol Uuhciuiun thereon, As the result of ihe extension of a mil way northwest lrom Austin, fifty fiiniilieaare already iireimriiiu to locate in Burnet county. There is nothinp We a mi I road to fcttlo a country up, it tho had in worth anything, There are 2,53(i,!)(8 acres of land ren dered for taxation in Tom Green county Tbe total value of real and pcr-onnl pro perty in the county foots up $2,183,871. On tho unrendered rolla nre 72,037 aerefc ol land, valued at $41,330. Luting Signal: We have noticed that where com was planted two feci apart and well cultivated the yield will be much larger than where it was planted clone together. It is a mistaken idea to leave corn so thick, but the tnriiiers seeuialow about finding it out. Hon, A. M. Martin, formerly reporter of the dupicuie Court ot ludiana, late ly a pruuuncut lawyer ol Indiauupolit-, has located in Austiu aud engaged iu tbe practice ot law here, r.x Oovernor Hendricks commends Mr, Martin in high terms, Galveston New: A Sherman peper ! somewhat petulantly declares tliat it wi Houston it the most accessible market. Your Cotton gets there quicker and at less freight ; your money gets to you quicker ; Cotton is handled more rapidly and more economically at Houston than at anyplace else. It is dumped from the cars into the presSfSacing dray age : it ts rollett jrom the press in to the cars if shipped bast ly rail into the barges it shipped bijscu, (tor rail and water transportation compete for freight here, and here in lie tho peculiar advantages oj this market.) I shall endeavor io pleas" my patrons by prompt and bi'ft'.'iess-lilte treatment, and give them the baity t of these obvious ad van'. r yes. 3D. K-EITH e&3 CO -DEALERS LY- ODGHtDRESSBD LUMBEB, SHINGLES. nnilRS. SSH. m mm J -----j wa avaaj VHliiuvj. JL.A.T.H.S, &c., &e. Corner Cedar and Railroad Street?, SAN MARCO!?, TKXA3. A WORD ABOUT GROCERIES. I offer the trade such induce ments in the Grocery line this sett- season that purchasers unit find it to their advantage to order a FULL TARE of Groceries from me, rather man go jaruier or scatter their orders. lean supply them with fresh, reliable goods at shorter notice than by ordering elsewhere, and cheaper too, if they will Jigiire closely and correctly. Vm, D. Cleveland, Cotton Factor and Wholesale Grocer, IWUISTUX, TEXAS. WOMAN, HOW SHALL SHE PBF.SEBVE HElt I1HAI.TH AND BEAUTY. One M'ho has long investigated tho auli joct tfivos the result, aud is happy to sny that iu Woman's 'Best friend." it is adapt ed e-pecially to that great central, all con. trolling orjan, tne womb, correcting us dn. Respectfully invite those wishing to purchase any tiling in their Hue to call and examine their stock. Hay ing located here permanently, wc will do our level best to please all who favor us with their patronage. Sup. 25-tf TOWNSEND & IRIOISr, Manufacturers of and Dealers in LEOilS. And Blankets COLLARS, ' --T I;,c Jit-.c-lMiinn We will keep constantly on hand everything heloncini' to our line, and will sell cheaper than the cheapest. Hin.Kinn; ot Stock Huddles a specially. ' ltop.tiriog douo to ordr. Satisfaction guaranteed. A flime of the puhlio patronage solicited. Aur. 7 3ia Bridles, MARTIN IINZIE, www JQ A 1 v nvnnv) AND advertise a saloon or any other legiti j orders, aud curing any in-eguhu-ty of the mate uus:nes!. .vu rigui; uui wuui is wanted is the u.iiiiu )! some b.iIoou which advertises with a publisher who docs not drink. We are informed by several of our most promiumt hhecp men that they will raife this seaKon an avirago of ninety per caut of lambs, This is cer tainly a tine crop and profitable increase and (peaks well tor the sheep business ia Texas. Stock Journal. menses,-' or courses. ' Dr. J. ijre.uiictd s I'emul Regulator acts like- a charm iu whites, and in sudden or gradual, checking, or iu en tire stoppage of "monthly coursis." from cold, mental tronhle or like causes, by re storing tho natural discharge m every in stance. In chronic cases so often resulting iu ulceration, falling of the womb, its action is prompt and decisive, saving the consti tution from numberless evils sud premature decray. Prepared by J. Dracllicld, Atlnnta, Ua. Price : trial size, 75c ; large size, $1.60. For sale by nil druggists. j'.y US lm -TO . . ? ; - , i . . l.v tho Tribune of the ataU, of morah. I - - r j . . ... , , ,, . ,. ol the (.vemrueiit, and these evils in Oralis, wo will t--.to thai the . ,0 ,gt;raTatlJ,i by the ae- citizenM whom it refer t sa hav- owsion of Fillmore, an.l to pitherl ic coi-o lo Nan M.ircx liut ve:ir. ! Htruirth ai tho tunt of Lberty de UptiSixl to the muio efferl. thut felt thai me ana isnj were m i . . . cuuttant tlangiT there fn.iu the law , . , .xihucj. The vice of intern- j Gfinners and Farmers -OF- I-Iays County and "Vicinity. Aa in former yeara I will be also prepared the coming season to fuiinVh BAGING AND TIES, AT LOW FIGURES AXD UrOX LIBER-Ui TEUMS. I BAVK M1DK Aaa.V50F1II!!TS TO BAaDLR THE LiTA TIB The best Tie in the Market, which is UT- jcwsiim of ye:ir. ! wtrutb ai l i -i- tory ur hum. . a 1 a da!. Xorwantbe ptrsonal woraaty ol : iiii I'll IllfJCU IO STIVC JUISIll C I f ( )!K Call and see Ma before tnakiogany purchasea of the Article. COMM I SSI ON MRRCFTANT. And Dealer in Bailroad and Plantation Supplier. S. tT. COR. PLAZA. SAN MARCOS. TEXaS. Has oponed his new House with an immense stuck of Staple and Fancy Groceries Has now in store, and daily arriving, Car lots of Bacon. FHanie. T,ard, Potatoes, Flour, &c. Canned Ooods in groat variety. Navy 1 vi-is-t and Smoking Tobacco. LOHILLARD'S CE1EMATED TIN TAfi TOBAffO A SIEflALTII ITis well known brands of KANSAS WINTER WHEAT FLOOR Maiufftcrurod for his trade, in the midst of lha famous Wheat Belt of Ksnsaa, UtJ superceded all others wherever iutrodiiced, onj rhtir appearance in. this market is bounJ !o lijiike a Revolution in the Flour Trade! Every Urrel gunrauleed, or money refunded. Can .md be convinced that the Hon lurxet offers ivantogea over all others where frei -htn are dJi 8am plea and P" sent on apphcetioti. AtiJ4N r for the Celebrated MILTJUItN VAGO. lecl(i-lr lecla.ho bore comjlet w 'pcraur aa not, m now, restricted 1 1 DUY FOII CASH AT I IIQMEST MARKET VIU CKX Uirre. What they -y their r ' to 1?J CottOn, Wool, llldCS, Cril, OatS tnm, we know not; twhar tbc may i "K prevautnu a w wine j , 7 Hour Ith a anJ the ilnnka w free nse of intoxicating i too common to provoke It was rtill mora common ae: acd tbe acenea of I JalfUlSSI. 1031tf Am GIESEN. poor men, mu an iw au d, khikj bvjjkv uiw vu, m.. . . ... ( 4, , Tr, -.a a .u- . : t ....... JrnikiTiaefai acJ djrlr in that univea aaa c-rra . ' "J 1 17 retnni otiy iav nu.Se , ,y(,T (m ihe nLt c jt a - " rT;Tn - good place to make mocer; tmt i drtcnrtinn. Mnch of ; . . .. . .sw u ' vi ti ricainir wiafc ! ln. u.Jtng ti i.ture of j Kentucky Military Institute. intelent and noWe a c4 of rcu!g ! ol u- fncixl of the Tnbnue m ,w I ro-irr r:V .n remand to bea . w-.-- IT J? " T- ' I? c- 7Tk Vr, mi'nvr fx!e r,r. Tri, L-T the a 1 T . t. IIUM I..1M' O UN CB .11 E .V T ! We hare in atock end still owning the fintt Stuck of Ladies'. Kisses', Children's and Gsatleasa's Sh:cs, SLIPrERS AXD BOOTS IN THE STATE. ora (tock or tjduc? pnnnp fimiTrniT? Trn?TiiBv PinTiE? H7P i n an w m mm r a : k m . . i 1 1 rf i w en auarrm w UUlii'J UiJUL'tf, I.U11U19J. liUJlDUl.lJliUltU,iJiM Ciiicrr u MJ.TK. wc scar nt itots i iru. urt r.r GROCERIES, HARDWARE AND SADDLERT- UaiKtaa auaitlaa af Ktack al l . aJ aa aw MiatW ear M kap7. Oar CLOTHING DEPAHTMENT CaaM U aara ta flwa er ramy. a tttrtCT tit CiaSTM. P. R. TUKIXEK & CO.