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THRCT hV TWOJINE Mil x JAHMHrlD Or co upon n midnight ifrcnry While I pondered wcitk awl wenry Iter many itaint slid curious Kloftlun figures nil In line While I nuddrd licit rly tin t njf Suddenly llicro ciiino tapping Ait nf funic one gently rapping door if pine Hnpplng nl lint I muttered Tli tome visitor Tit Mil tut nt that door uf Jilnc It Wn lie nu tin uf mine ml uncertain Ami the silken Hustling uf em h purple riirlnln Tlirtlleil me filled me with great terror Never felt In autd lung syne 811 Ihnt now tu itlll the beating Of my licart I itood relating Tli tome visitor entreating Entranro nt that door of ilne Home late tlillor entreating Kn trance nt tliat door of jilno Surely Ha no tin of mine THE Tins VOL V Intighs say you will not be cross with me I will only confess tho letter enmo eight days ago during your absence and I intercepted it in order to keep it fur totfrt I am punished enough already by my deadly anxiety during eight days lest you might learn the nppointment from some other qunrtcr and then miss this letter Wnldrich was not nt all id the humor to be angry indeed in his surprise ho could hardly utter n word and thank the others who brought to him their congratulation mid remembrances It is the best of all said father Hnntcs joyfully that they lcajto the ticw mado captain nnd his company with us I 4iad also during the eight days n kind of deadly anxiety nnd such like in my body lest Ocorgo tiust depart Hal Mr march into the cellar march I say to number nine to the old Ncckar Carry nt once to the officer of the company a dozen bottles to cTcry under ollicer sergeant cor-Â¬ poral nud admiral n bottle and a half guilder in addition and to every common sol Â¬ dier a half guilder and say that the first lieutenant has become their captain Let every one drink to his health but keep away from him to day with compliments and such like to morrow as many as they will to their hearts desire Tho hnok kecper olieyed It was plainly seen nt table how dear his former ward was to Mr Halites Ho bub Â¬ bled over from exuberant hilarity with a crowd of comical fancies Wnldrich hnd never seen him so and he was much pleased with it Now my Captain nnd friend called the lively old man to him over the table I meant truly that bill of cchango which I gave to j oil should serve you for pocket money It was intended for that purpose It vexes me that I was so mean spirited You do not need it I should have given you something better Do not forget the law of the house you can ask a favor I must grant it so without ceremony out with tho word Ask what you will I grant it even though it be my new pretty while wig nnd sutli stuff The Captain had moist eyes I have nothing more to desire Ha think quick I The moment will not come again in n year perhaps cried the old man Permit me papa to give you a cordial thankful kiss Vos you dear fellow that hnvcyou readily said Mr Halites Hoth sprang nt once from their seats fell nbout each others neck nnd both separated from each other with moved henrts There followed a deep stillness j lie emotion of boh had spread itself over Frederika her mother nud all the guests thit Mr Hautcs had called the Captain thou was an unheard of phenomenon Mr Hmites recovered himself quicker than the others however assumed an earn est countenance and broke the silence Now enough of jesting here Let me speak of something reasonable again He raised his glass and commanded to fill up then ho touched his glass to Waldrichs and said Where there is a man there must bo a woman and it follows in the higher order where thcro is a captain enu there still less be wnnting n captains lady So then drink deep to her living blooming nourishing nnd such stuff Wnldrich could not keep himself from Â¬ Hook-kacp-c- rl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BREOEEMIDGE KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 27 Â¬ NEWS JlIilUHAM LIMCOLX I I IX A GOVlillXMEAT OF THE PEOPLE FOR THE PEOPLE 1IY THE PEOPLE CLOVERPORT 1880 NO 14 L i Loud enough to lie n sign Purely said I surely that In Something nt my window lattice Let me ce then what thereat la And lhl mystery divine Let my heart lie itlll a moment Ami thlt myitcry divine For It Is no itn of mine Presently my ul grew itrougcr Hesitating then no longer or Madame truly Sir tald lray lorgirlngly Incline Hut the fact li I was napping Ami 10 gently you csme rapping Ami to faintly you came tapping Tapping at my tloor of pine That I icarce was sure I liranl yon Here I opeil that iloor of pine No one nnd no fin of mine I Jlack Inln the ehamher turning All my soul within uic burning Hiioti again I heard a tapping appeared as if his broad breast had become And Miss Hantes went al too contracted so to the window with n look as If Home Â¬ body had hurt her Happiness Still that soon disappeared resumed Its former rule Two enrringes stood ready without and they drove into the muntry to complete the plensant nfter noon in the woods CHAPTimVIli TDK 1lTll III MITKltHrK Open hero t flung the shutter hen with many a flirt and flutter In there itepped tho nations eagle In hi eyes a lurid thine Not the leatt obeisance made he j Not a minute ttopped or stayed lie f Hut with mien of lord or lady Perched above my door of Jilue 1erchcd upon n bust of lakes Amei Juit above my door of pine IIke tome detdlr tin of mine Then this ancient bird beguiling My tad fancy Into nulling lly the grive and item decorum Of lU attitude lupine t Though thy mien lo bold rtnJ regal I laid Thou cantt be no eagle Hound upon an errand legal Wandering to this door ot mine Tell me what thy lordly rtauio It Why thou seekst hit door of mine I Quoth the eagle Three ttfoj nlnel Then inethought the air grew denser Perfumed from nn unseen center Swung by seraphim whole breathing Seemed to chill and freeie my iptnoi Wretch I cried my Hod hath lent me lly lilt angels he has tent mo ltisplte respite and nepenthe Ana forget this sin of mine Quoth the eaglo Three two nlnel lrophet said I thing of et 111 Prophet rtlll If bird or dctll I Whether tempter tent or whether CautVt thou here without dcsjgn Desolate yet all undaunted Uu this desert land nchnnted On this home by horror haunted Truly tell In thy tad whtno I j Micro btlm in old Ohio Truly tell In thy tad whine t Quoth the eagle Three two nlnel Prophet t lid I thing of evil Prophet etlll If bird or dctll I lly the hoavuii that bendt nbote us lly nil omem that combine Tell me this one thing essential Jf it ever may bo when shall I win honors Presidential lor which I to wildly pine Miall I win those Predentlat Honor for which I now pine Quoth tho ialc Three two nine I Ho tint word our tlgn of parting Hateful bird I thritiked upstarting let theo back Into tho tempest Learo mo with my tears of brtno I Drop no dark plume as a token Of the Hit my soul hath t poken Leave my loneliness unbroken I Lnn naught blot this sin of mine Say If In tho dim hereafter Pardon waits at heat ens shrine fuoth the eagle Three two nlnel THE DEAD GUEST on xi u COMMANDER OF HERBESHEIM Z80H0KB By HEINKIOH CHAPTER VI TIIK IIIUTIIIAT In tlic house of Mr Hantes many holi laughing May she bo pious good and domestic tlajs were accustomed to be kept jet only Only nn the anni said Mr Hantes while she touched glasses by nutl in lie family versary of the wedding tiny of tlio gentle with him Â¬ f t 4 toan mid wife were guests invited from the town Hcsldes tho old book Keeper the overseer nn the cashier who enjoyed the honor of eating at tho talilo of Mr Hnntcs were counted among the furily and their No birthdays were formally solemnized Wonder then that tho birthday of our First Lieutenant must be speedily observed On such a day dared no soul in the house such was the law givo a cross look to the honored one No one could refuse him a reasonable request Kvery ono must bring him a present which might bo largo On thisdoy the dinner was or small richer and more choice Only on this day did they eat off silver in tho evening they lit the silver candlesticks and tho honored Ljucst sat at tho tublo in the placoof honor that is lit tho accustomed place of the head of tho house Tho prcsonts and re Â¬ membrances were delivered over every thing before they sat down to the table The health of tho iwcit was drank with full glasses and after rising from the table ho received from overy one present nn em Â¬ brace and kiss Mr Halites had inherited nud retained this praiseworthy custom from his ancestral house On Waldrichs birthday then this nil went on beforo him In old fashioned well known order When he entered the dining room nil the guests wcro already nssembled Mr Hnntcs camo to meet him with his congratulations mid handed to him a sheet of jiapor wrapped up in satin paper It was n handsomo bill of exchango drawn up for him by Mr Hnntcs himself nnd payable nt sight Mrs Danlcs followed Sbe brought to him an exceedingly handsome complete captains uniform with every thing belong ing to it Thereafter Frederika drew near Upon a linlf docn fltio with a silver plate iicckduindkcrchief stitched by her owu hands lay n letter with the great seal of To Cap Â¬ the regiment nnd the address tain Ueorgo Waldrlch Tho Captain started as lie broke open tho letter nnd perceived a captains com Â¬ mission for himself Ha had long expected n promotion but did not hopo to experience it so soon Ho remained captain of his own company his predecessor then upon leave of absence having been promoted to bo major Hut my honorable Captain said Fred erlka with one of her peculiar gracious Â¬ Â¬ Like you mamma answered tho Cap tnin And tho must amiable under the sun said Frederika touching her glass Like you miss answered he thanking her Frcderlkuslinok her head and threatened him with her finger laughing half vexed nud half waggishly Ono must to day be pleased with much from the Prince of tho Hirthduy which nt another time should be punished with then she made a motion with her hand as when ono punishes naughty children Rook keeper cashier overseer nnd clerk made their innocent remarks upon this strange table scene First the hearty offer which Mr Hautcs hud made to tho Captain to grnnt him all that ho would ask an of fer that Wnldrich so poorly understood then the outspoken hcnlth in honor of the future Captains lady truly tho favorite of fortune must be blind not to understand what Papa Hantes wished to make him unÂ¬ Â¬ derstand And I think said tho overseer low to the cashier as they rose from tho table that thebusincn is finished to day What do you think They arc a couple eh 7 The cashier replied in the same low tone I fe vr so I think of the dead guest I can not help it The formality of the birthday kiss began They went about the table toward each other wishing n pleasant timo to each other Waldrich received from erery ono nn embrace and n kiss Ho mt Miss Hantes Without embarrassment they politely drew near each other and gnvo each other tho kiss Hut when they hnd givoti it they looked each in the others eyes in a peculiar manner liko pcrsong vrho hnd quite unex pectedly recognized each other as old friends Hoth reTnoincd silent looked into each others eyes as Into tho depth of their hearts drew ntor each other onco more with their lips and repeated the kits us if the first onoworo not good valid Ida not know whether any ono remarked it but this I know that Miss Hantes modestly cast down her eyes upon the diamond ring on her finger and Wnldrich suffered himself after this to be kissed by tho cashier book keeper etc but lie felt no inoro any kiss desired no second one again but allowed the first tu milieu every time In fact he Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ was as The new Captnlti liad much busi usual ness to finish He had received permission to visit his lencriil He hnd to arrange witli his predecessor many details in the This made ifec business of the company cssarynn absence ofsovcrnl weeks He departed from the Hantes mansion as from a fathers house They separated from him as from a son with friendly embraces witli good counsel with good wishes as from one of whom one is sure nnd without the sad Wal ness nnd grief of such separation rich nnd Frederika parted quite ns usual when she perhaps went to some social gath Â¬ Only she re ering or he went to parade minded him that he must not be away 011 her birthday on the 10th of November I had the pleasure to see my friend by my side during n journey of several dnjs He rejoiced ov cr his promotion but doubted if he could infer from the messngo of his Ictieral that he could remain long with bin He snid this al- Â¬ company in Herbcsheim so quite naturnlly at his return to the Han Â¬ They regretted that they tes mansion added the Still must lose him ngnin old mnn let us not grow nny gray hairs on Sootier or later all wilt be this account sqnt above into another garrimii Upon this little ball of earth we arc always placed near enough whether in this or in that city Often indeed too near to omi another The cursed Huglish nnd such liko for example sit right upon the neck of my man facturcs Of course lrcderikas birthday was cele brated in the accustomed order and joy fulness Waldrich had brought witli him for her from tho royal residence a new harp a handsome piero of work and roiiio selected music He handed both to her when it came bin turn A bright rose colored ribbon Muttered nbout the instrument Father Hantes was extremely happy Full of a quiet joy he went quickly about in the room and rubbed his hands laugh ing so stealthily that Mrs Hantes who wondering followed him with her ejes could not contain herself but whispered low to the Commander Papa has anoth er agrecablo surprise for us in the back ground In fact tho clever matron was not misAfter the good wishcH had been taken said and the gifts presented they sat down Whon Frederika raised her at the table napkin from the plate witli the rest she found upon it a costly necklace of Oriental pearls n magnificent diamond ring and a letter directed to her The young lady was joj fully surprised nnd took up the shining string nnd the flashing ring with girlish pleasure Mr Hantes looked at her witli eyes sparkling with joy nnd took grent de- licht in her evident surprise and in that of the rest 1 he ring and pearls went around the table on the plate so that every one could inspect their mngnificenco more closely Frederika had in tho meantime broken open the letter nnd read it Her countenance betrayed yet greater astonish ment than she had bofore manifested at the Mr Hantes swam in happiness presents The mother studied with an anxious curiosity the drawn features of her daughter Frederika was silent a long timo while she thoughtfully regarded the note At hist she laid it down Pass the letter around also cried the delighted father Disconcerted nnd stupe Â¬ fied she gave the letter to her mother sitting near her Now Itika cried tho old man has the surpriso stolen uway your breath nnd such like Confess your papa knows how to arrange it Who is Mr Hahnr asked Frederika with gloomy looks Who olse indeed than the son of my former old partner Halm tho renowned banker Could you expect nny one else for yourself The old mnn has done a better business than I havo hero in my Now ho has retired manufactory His son tho younger Huhn takes charge of all tho buslncks of the old man nnd you will bo the lieu of tho younger Hnhn Mrs Hantes while manifesting n quiet disapproval with her gently shaking head gavo tho letter to tho Commander The contents wero ns folio On your birthday feast ruy dear yonDjc lady Inlrudct alas I this time only Jn spirit be cause the physician hat forbtddori the Journey In this rough weather an unknown guest Alas I that t must lay utkuown I that lntead of these lines I ean not myself fly to Ilerbe shelm and there tue for your hand and that what our fathers In the heartiness of their youthful friendship havo determined concerning our union and wlia my longing so earn estly desires can not be completed I Obi my adored young lady with the lint mild weather altHougn yet somewhat sickly I batten to Herbeshelui I bleu my fate I make It tho problem of my life that you also should bleu Only for your hand dure I enour united fate treatnot for tho heart I know Tblt van only bo freely given Hut permit me tho hopo at leatt of being able t merit It If you kuew how happy only ono little lino from your bund On Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the following day ctcry thing KJ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ would iaak mo how It would hea lire iithcii nie much mors wonderfully than the skill of lay physician you would not let me plead In vain Permit me In respect nud love to call inyiolf your betiuthed KuvtaRli nnd YN UtUX The Commander stared earnestly and fixedly upoi the letter Ho had not nt all tho appearance of unn who reads but uf one who U thinking or might rather My qf ono who Is dreading It he mean while Mr Haute openly dIred that Fred erika fetkl lay aside her maldeily coquet ry huu at once acknowledge to mm openly nud honestly that si 0 rejoiced I havo Hut papa how can I do that never in my life seen this banker Mr Hnhn I understand j 011 of You little fool course but I can comfort and satisfy jou He is a fine slim tall In regard to that young fellow with n pretty pale face some what weakly formerly that has probnhly He has shot up come from rapid growth powerfully in the air When did you see him papa When I wns the Inst time in the royal Let me seel that is perhaps ten residence or twelve jenrs ago I brought to you at the time a beautiful doll What is its name It was nearly as Inrgcasjoursclfl Hnbcttc llnseltc Llscttc or such like Now yon knowl Young Halm could have scarcely A right been more than twenty years old pale face I tell you I You shoufd only see him Papa I would much rather havo seen him first than have read his letter with such a proposal It is a stupid piece of business that he could not come himself upon your birth day as we old people have arranged When I was engaged to your mother I enme myself Now mamma how is it with you Confess you hnvo opened your eyes The secret nearly burned my soul up I would at first gladly have shared witli jou Hut I know you women Then would tho secret hnve been bclrnjcd before the birthday and all the surprise would havo gone into the breach Mrs Hantes answered somewhat earnestly You have done well papa not to con sult mens a mother Now It is done Heaven bless your work Hut mamma I s v the choice For Ids nobility indeed I would not give him n red Still such a girl will not he very ancent Hut the gry when she is cnllcd Lady rich banker See mamma we manufacturers nfter all are with our riches only com- Â¬ mon trash Hut u banker is in the commercial world at all times n superlative fellow and such like When old Hnhn crooks his finger nnd motions toward Vienna instantly every thing is in motion nt the court and they askl What docs Mr Hnhn command When he noils his head toward Hcrlin nt once overy thing bends to the ground The devil and tho Ktiglislimnn nud such like could do such nn one no harm It is this I sppak of mamma I What do jou sny to this I find tho choice magnificent just because you could make iti said Mrs Hantes earnestly nnd cast her etes upon her plate Frcdcrikn looked gloomily sidewise to ward her mother and sighed Mamma you also The Commander yet stared at tho letter while they talked Thunder my Captain Your soup is can jou not rend enough getting cold cried Mr Hautcs Wuldrich awoke looked onco more upon the paper nnd threw it violently from him as though it had poison in it Ho continued eating Another took the letter Mr Hantes wns vexed that Frederika was At first lie nttrihutcd it not more joy ful wholly to the hasty surprise t lint the poor girl could find no words In tho mean time lie did not ccace but carried his jukes fur- Â¬ ther ns cheerful old man is accustomed to do under such circumstances Hut from no side wasjt reciprocated Only tho book keeper cathier and inspector laughed a friendly accompaniment At Inst ho snid vcxatiously to Frcdcrikn Gitl speak to me nt last from you heart Havo I hit it or not Have I done a pru dent or a foolish thing Lay it only toy our father At least you will sing another song my little bird when young Halm comes Perhaps so dcur pnpn answered Frederika Why should I doubt in tho lenst your friendly benevolent intentions Let this assurance content you Now Hint is worthy nil honor Itlkn A reasonable gill must think so upon busi- Â¬ ness Mnmmn has herself assured me that sho thought so in her time So then let the glasses bo filled I The bride shall live and tho bridegroom receive The father touched glasses with his daugh ter The othcis followed Pleasant feeling seemed to bo coming back ngnin Its no end of a stupid affair that young Hnhn must fail s just on this day continued Mr Panto A handsome attractive man I tell you very agreeable very sociable Has had 111010 schooling than his father Ill bet you will not lenvo him when you havo onco seen him Ill bet you will fnll upon your fathers neck nnd thniik him It Is possible pnpn If it is so thou I will do it gladly Hut until I havu seen him I request and you know dear papa I havn tho right to n littln request on my birthday and so I request not ono word more nbout him until I havo seen this unknown Mr Hantes knitted his brows nnd snid ut last With your permission my daughter that would bo a peculiar request However Mamma would not have it is granted mndo such n request in her time My dear naid Mrs Hantes to her hus Â¬ band no reproaches for Frederika you must not forget that it Is her birthday feast 110 nuo must mar It You tiro right iiiammn replied tho old Ho will certainly tomo soon Tho mnn new moon is near then tho weather will change With that the conversation took nnothcr direction nt first Indeed somewhat con strained but later ft resumed Its old free-Â¬ dom nud cheerfulness Only with the Cnp- tnln thero remained something frosty amid nil the jesting Mr Hnntcs seemed to no Â¬ tice it and filled his glass more often con- Â¬ trary to her custom Frederika looked over at hi in once with fixed searching ey c Ami when their eyes accidentally met it 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ seemed to them as If their souls nsked In Wnld search questions of ono nnothcr richs eye thcro wns something liko n quiet reproach and to Ffetlcrlkns mind it seemed as if she perceived in this look it pleasant nnswer The others continued to talk entertained themselves well and the father attained ngnin the full height of his good nnd cheer ful humor It even happened ns after the cloth wns removed they went nbout the ta ble to give the customary kiss to the Queen of the Feast that Wnldrich and Frederika met one another in front of Mr Hnntcs Hark ye Itika said the cheerful fath think to yourself now that our Oeorgc or is a certain some body whom I on penalty of life and limb duro not name until ho is here Think this tu yourself hen will the kiss become more than n common one Try itnow you little gooic Wnldrich and Frederika stood before otic another He took her hand Contemplating cncli other earnest lj nenrlj sorrowfully eje fixed upon eye they drew nenr together to kiss The old man sprang to their side with n comical gesture to see thn kiss It Holh ns they drew bnck was given Wnlclasped their hands firmer together drich grew pale Frcdcrikas eyes were dimmed with n tear They pressed their lips together once more After this kiss both seemed to wish to separate Quickly yet again flew their lips together Then weeping aloud Frederika turned nwn- Waldrich turned to the window nnd marked thoughtlessly with his finger upon the ornamented glass The old man turned bis head In the left mid right vv Idle he stood otherwise stiff nnd as if turned into stone What the dickWhnt is the matter ens has broken loose with the girl cried lie what has hai pened hor Mrs Hautcs cast her eyes silently upon the diamond ring on her finger She knew what had happened to Frederika and she said to Mr Hantes Papa spare the girl now let her first have her crj out Hut but but cried the old man nncri ly nnd rnn to Frederika What is the mat ter with you child why do you weep She continued crying nud answered that site did not know herself Ah foolishness and such stufTl cried Something has happened to tho father Has jour mother perjou nro you sick Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ haps- No Or the Captain snid any thing to you No Whnt Inlsonot Speak Is it on account of the joking are jou crying fqr that Mrs Ilnntes drew him softly by the hand uwaj from Frederika nud said Papa jou have broken jour word nnd vexed her You have disregarded her request and furthermore you know well Heminded her of some body You are right I should not have done it Never mitiil Itika It will not happen ngnin Who takes your futlier up so high on the spot in regard to such things Frederika quieted herself Mrs Hantrs led her tu her harp Waldrich must accompany her The flute was sent for hey tried the new music Frederika pinjed the harp magnificently when necoin patijing Wnldrich It was after all a pleasant enjoyable evening then I Â¬ Â¬ 1 lhundcr CIIAPTKIt VIII lllSHITITlnVH Papa Hantes kept his word In not n sin gle sj liable did nny mention occur of a cer Â¬ Â¬ pciiHticc become pious that helps nothing but walk well before them Mr Preacher go before them I Hut suppose papa your child is also dear to you suppose now do you sec n hundred yenrs ago something unfortunntc must have occurred nccurditig to the church Perhaps there hooks let it be what it will were men ii Hint lime who mndo light of the old time say lugs now ky will do it also Hut If you ifiVuppoint tho betrothal in this notorious nud unfortunntc Adtcnt timc of this century nnd mny Ood forbid it it hnppcns then that Hold I You must not sny Frederikas countenance turned backward I lean not Keep away from me think of the thing with that I sny No but for example Mr Hnhn might come to us in these evil spoken of dnys in this winter weather think only he is sick ns he writes it is possible Hint tho wenth cr on it further journey with the had roads would intensify his suffering Suppose now we had a sick perhaps nt last a dead guest it pains mo to speak it And then the extraordinary superstitious Advent of this year thissuperstition strengthened through your willfulness Friend think of it well I Mr Hnntcs seemed to be meditnting nnd nt length grumbled Mamma I can not understand how you nlwnys light upon fancies which otherwise How can you do come in nu mens heads it You could become a poet and such like Truly there seems to be abundant evidence Hint you are bodily taken posses sion of by the bug bear of the Herbeshcim You Frederika Advent Hchnsyounll also the Captain who jet says he is n soldier the cashier the book keeper inspector all I saj but no one will own the name Fudge I liven if it were so which I however fairly doubt jet is it tho duty of a prudent fnther kindly to avoid all prejudices so that he mny harm no one All foolishness harms one Therefore Since Fred no nvoiding wnr open war erikas birthday every one goes about and stands so dazed as 11 the late criminal The devil has court were in session hatched up that story of the dead guest I stick to my purpose as I said mamma I am immova Nothing will be changed ble So said Mr Hantes and ran out of the room However he did not stick quite so firmly to his purpose The conversation hnd left n thorn behind in him He found that nn account of tho pleasant home hap piness it would he better to postpone the formal betrothal to Christians He loved his daughter too much and this love brought him to nil sorts of anxieties the devil could ill sumo way piny his joke and then people would ascribe it to the dead guest Tin nearer the first of Advent came the more uncomfortable he became because of it though quite against bis will might He wished that his future remain away some lime yet There crept a fear into him as the weather fully cleared up and the bright warm sunshine was poured over Hie world ns if the late nu tiimn would yet bring n beautiful Indian Ho now went quite summer for a present as industriously to the barometer nnd struck It in order to mnke the mercury fall To his surprise he remarked that the mother nud Frederika hnd recovered their former good spirits with the good weather that tho Commander had also and that finally nil the household found again its former good Ho alone could not immediately humor recover it Coiittiuud next week Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- lTMles tain soinebodj pains So much tho more did erery one in the house iioa think of In Regularly morning noon nnd evening Mr Hantes went to the barometer knocked nt it in order tu mnke the mercury rise and enforce pleasant weather for traveling sickly people Frederika when nobody noticed also tapped it in order to make tho mercury fnll Wnldrich no less thnn Mrs Hantes glanced oftencr than before toward tho wic speaking tube of Torricclli Tho weather is plainly becoming belter snid Mr Hantes one day when he found himself ulone in his room with the mother 1 I he clouds nro breaking nway think ho is already on the road flod forbid papa It would seem to me indeed much inoro reasonable that you should write to Mr Halm not to come to Herbcsheim beforo Christmas Fur al though I can nut believe ihenneient foolish talk yet can onu not prevent beingnnxious II11 hnl mnmmn nro yoa thinking of the Dead iuest Fudge I Shame on you 1 grant dear husband it is fooIishnesH Hut if there should nuy thing happen to our child in AdvciiMlmc they would nlwnys yes even the thought of it could intensify the ev II ev en if ItiK 1 should perhaps be on ly indisposed And although I do not bu llev e in ghosts and though Frederika laughs about it wo might still for example not want In ramble nbout In tho church nt night Mankind is just like Hint Postpone the formal betrothal until after the fatal time After Advent the young people have still a hundred year of leisure in which to scV each other nnd complete their engagement Why hnslen It just now and iiiiirrlnge Whnt bnrm in a delay of it few weeks For shame mamma I Do not expect such foolishness of me I For that very rea son became the rabbin has its niiiiHCtislcnl talk iilmut the Dead Frederika must now become n bride The betrothal must Wo must set nn example tnku phici Huir It Is our duly und such like When the people In tho city sco that we do not earn for any Head lucst that we betroth our daughter in spite of ull fonlUh stories that Itlkn keeps her head and nnWly twist her neck then the neck of this foolish su perdi tion will be wrung forever It Is useless to preach to the people Ho rcusonublo do 111 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FALSE ISSUES VENTILATED GEN B F BUTLER OH THE TARIFF AND ITS RELATION TO PARTIES Â¬ 4 iter it Ilcinarrallr Hi Triary Ill Iiuter u lie IHibllrnn IdiiiliilNtrntlaii Tint lt lliiiwlng rolertli e Tariff ii Iiitftllriiilw lut Â¬ nue Hotel Saturday morning on his way to Huston Ho g ivo Ids viuws on the present prospect of the presidential canvass The report of the conversation was taken down by the leueruls own stenographer It is as follows Keportcr What is jour opinion of tho canvass hi the west leu Hutlcr When I went into western Now York nnd Ohio the week before the election I found the whole plan of the can vass had been changed sinto I was there a fortnight before The tariir question had been brought to tho front and an attempt had been mndo to arouse tho fears of the business men us to tho effect of a clmiigo of tariff Hut that was not of so much con I learned every where- I went sequence and I was gonenilly in large manufacturing towns that the Massachusetts tactics had been imported there that is to say the employers wero every where telling their workmen that if Hancock was elected it would be necessary to shut down their mills or blow out 1ieir furnaces or whatever their manufacturing industries might be they would havo to hu stopped In some cases the men who wore saying to believed it but In most cases it was dune in nn elec- Â¬ tioneering device From my own observa tion I 11111 suru that it had its eflcct In Ohio wbilo nil tho manufacturers in thu neighborhood within radius of forty miles stopped thnlr works on tho day of tho Irnnt and Coukling demonstration nt Warren they refused to do so although requested by tho democratic commlttnu when I was to speak in a manufacturing place so that in two instance niter making afternoon speeches I stopped mid made speeches in thu evenings to tho workitigmcn on tho taritr question Reporter What nro your views on that question leu Hullcr 1 think iv mora unjust and wicked parly cry was novor raised than the republican crv on tho tarlll Tho demo crats were n littln to hlamu for it becauso ihev allowed their platform to bn drawn by plirnso muker rather than n politician or statesman nud so we lave In it tho phrase A taritr for revenuo onlv In contradis Â¬ tinction from the republican phrase A tariff for protection Practically both phrases mean tho samu llilng It is impos sible to raise a tariff for rcvcnue without In- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 11 Â¬ Vorl1i11g111011 Now York Sun Sen Hullcr was found at the Fifth Ave it Falku Inniic Hint Is to sar without cidentnl protection putting it upon nrticles that arc Miner raised or manufactured in this co atry Thcro has in fact been nolarill lor protection iu le onlnvdittlnguished from the taritr for rev Â¬ enue since tlic Inrilf of 182H which was a iMrill for protection that is to raise moiioy without regard to the amount necessary lor the expenditures of the govrrnmr nt so that Iiiekson under Hint Inrilf found himself in I2 with money enough collected to pny oil the national debt nud nil the expenses of thu gov eminent nid f t2000000 surplus n very large sum in those days when tic whole expenses of the government had been J he only way less than 200000l a j enr to gel rid of that S2IOUIUO surplus was to divide ll 11111011 the stales sotiio of which added it to tin ir school fund ami some di Â¬ vided it tier ennitn among their people That illiistrntioii of the folly of collecting money by a tariff to be divided among Hie nciitilu again put nn end to n InrilT for pro All other tnrifTs hnve been tection only imposed upon the basis of thn nmouiit of revenue that would be needed to pay the proper expenditures ol the governiimi ILL t tiw LiMn n tnil I wiv iih- J nn jiniiiiiimu ttii tion nnd n tnrilffor revenue was embodied in tho platform of the Democratic party in I re- 1HH iiiidii which Polk was electul ioimiiImt vrrv well thnt this snme cry now ruised bv the repuldienn pnrly wns rnied I he people in my mnniifnrluriMg then city of Lowell were told over nnd over ngnin by whig speakers and some of them the ngenls nnu superintendents 01 me mint that the democratic tariff would shut down the fnctorit Under the taritr nl 1810 which br n democratic rniiLrcM the liriniitiul ciiuuges were to put the nmouiit on the tpi ellic nrliele instead of upon the vnlue of the lung imported which had opened h way for great fraudsupon Hie government All the mnnufnclurern of the coiintrv tloui- ished until 1817 when a eraidi came undir n tariff passed by n republican congress wherein it wns churged and very generally believed thnt a large amount wns paid to buy a larifT too fnvornble to manufacturers und it wns pretty well proved that ontwpinn tifacturitig establishment in MassacliusettH paid 87Ul0 to congress to get that tiirifl nt least the man Ihnt disbursed the money refused to answer who ho bought nnd re- inniued in jnil until the end of the sismoii of congress ns punishment for such refusal 1 lie only inrill Hie republican party inailu was a war taritr first a horizoiitnl one in all duliis 10 per cent and second raiing a tariff ndjiihtcd to ruise the Inrgcst posi blc revenue which was a very proper war With some slight modifications measure the tariff has remained in that position evi r since I hnd supposed all parties recog nized the necessity of tho uniljustiueiit of the tnrifi mid as a very considerable interested manufacturer I have thought well of the proposition of Hie last congress tohuvii nu expert commission established of busi ness men to see where the tarifT which must rnise large sums of money of necessity to tiny the interest nn the national debt and support the government would be best put Jvo body of men in their kenscs or course would discriminate ncninst American in Ten nnd coffee are free as primii dustries necessities of life 1 hey never can be taxed imposts again except in wnr exigencies can be tint no where that they will nut bn If protective of some American industry on wool the farmer is protected if on iron the ironmaster is protected anil if on iinv species of manufactures that interest will bo protected Reporter Why do you think the tarift can not bo put on tea and colTee have said ten Hutlcr Hccnuse as thiy are prime necessaries of life Hcsides a tnrillon ten nnd coffee discriminates in favor of the rich man and against the poor mnn for a poor man with iiitiuchildren uses more tea nud collee thun a rich mnn with 100000010 if lie has no family 1 do not believe that the people will permit that unjust taxation ever to be made by any Â¬ body for while it is true that taking off tho tnxfrom tea and coffee dont bring down the price much from what it was putting a tarill on these articles always raises tint price to tlic full amount of the lax imposed witii the profits commissions and interest thereon in addition Keportcr If the democratic party cuts down the expenses of the government and doesnt have to raise ns much money ns tho republican party lias expended will not that reduce the tariff len Hutlcr On the contrary the democratic party bus got to raise inoro money by tariff than the republican party has raised for two reasons leaving out the millions where the expenses may probably bu It has been the policy of the re Â¬ reduced publican party to raise ns much revenue as possible by direct tax on two great staples The tax upon them whisky ami tobacco has been adjusted as far as possible to reach the point at which the most revenue could be collected that is if more was put on iess would hu collected ns the producer would rather be templed tocluat the reve- Â¬ That was demonstrated when wn nue taxed whisky two dollars a gallon in tend We got less revenuo thnn of one as now wo do now showing that too high a tax produces less revenue than n less tnx Tim cllect of puttiug a lax on whisky and lift bacco up to that point has deprived the stales w hero llioso great staples are pro duced of power to tax them nuy furtlur and has been winking injustice to those States That injustice will be n en from Suppose congress should this illustration tnx up to the highest revenue point possible the woolen cotton nud It nt In r manului turiug interests of Massachusetts so Hint Hid state could not put any further tax on liven that rich stnto would thnso interests bo puzzled to find revenue for its slate x It lias been the de- Â¬ pciiscs and stale debt clared intention of the democratic pnrly in congress to reduce Hie tax on whisky und tobacco in favor of the producing states for I do not doubt that Hint tho reasons given policy will bo carried out if the demoeratio party retain power Wo raii cd llj000l00 revenuo upon those two articlis only and all the democratic party cut oil from that must bu raised ns far as needed for the ex penses of the government by u tariff for there is substantially no other practicable I J nsrnnl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ publican administration nud ns I havu said U will be so placed us to protect Amer Â¬ ican industry This is tho ground upon which I deem tho tnrifi cry of the republi Let mo can party so unjust and wicked add that it is impossible for n democratic congress to puss tv free trade ineiisure or onu uvun that is not a protective tariff to the extent of the amount of revctiuu need- 1 nere aro live democratic en slates in tint south that a ru as much interested in a Inrilf lor protection as is Massachusetts North Carolina is interested in anew industry the protection of the ground nut or peanut which Is u source of many millions profit to that state South Carolina rtnd Oe orgla in n tnrilt nu rice Florida and California in n tuiill on oranges and Louisiana n tariff on sugar ns aualnst thu productions of Afriea the West Indies mid other tropi cal climes Thu representatives of those stales havo voted and will vole for a tariff for protection of their own liuliiilrics nnd to procuro that will vote with tho northern states for a tariff for the protection of their No man doubts what the repreÂ¬ industries sentatives from Pennsylvania New Jersey and Tennessee whether democratic or re publican In other respects will do upon thu question of iron nnd iron mnnufiieliires upon which their Industry depuuds When I jnke into consideration another fact which will bn shown by this census that there nro inoro pounds of woolen yarn spun by ma chinery west of tho Alleghnntc than them Is east 1 have no fears of a proper prolec live tariff The republican parly thus far In thn eampnlgii have lunde no mention of IniuuJid on Fourth 1sgc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ source Asa manufacturer I nm certain thnt thero will be asinueh tarill for revenue under u democratic ndnil nist rat ion ns under a rrA - ieKaRWTia vwnu i I Wf5W tftfaflMAatoittrsfc u men secureu is tUo conmeJ despite llio efforts of C lay v cbster nml 111Atcr of Abor Very truly your I J 1 lMUJAOK Tss A lAftrnctn Hcforo wo curf njnin greet our rendert tho other great leadera or whlggcry all sub II t Moitsv Employers Union Mnn Mma o n i t n ti k n ash i no ru i k ihu urcnt bnttlovill bo fointlit nml victory sequent ndnilnlstratioiii whig and domo The origlnnl letter of which tho foregoing tnrllT systcni or ilefont perch upon our banner Kvory crntlc ndhered lo he revenue It 1837 when the first republican con Is n true copy is in Truths possession until indication points to ttin former It will not gress passed the second nnd htstl high lur- - wns mnllcd in Wnshlngloti by tho republi Tbo a nmtlrr of doubt if every democrat in ilf protective bill The distress nnd suffer can candidate for president to Henry L y IS0 thu land will but perform his simple duly lo ing brought upon the peopto by its opera Aforeyii prominent member of tho Kmploy Six months 75 At his death Thrco tinnllu Wo are In a tions are still remonibercd by our older peoÂ¬ ers Union of Linn Mass jq his country next Ttievlny which recently occurred it was found ple It too wns short lived majority oflmlf a million of the lawful OUIl CIjUIJ UATI3H J n leave to inform tho Tijbacoo raisers nml Hiiippora of Drcukiii- Thcsi aro the only two experiments ever ninong his effects The envelope enclosing Ton cnplei nno year r Ach 2 i voters of the land Wo can poll that urn- it ni iv ol tiled In ottr country of the high protective Twenty ejpl ritlge ami 1jmniilJ counties thai I will bo glad to sec any of them at one yvir caeh 00 jotity If every voter will go to the voting Hyslein nllhough the tinkering of subse possession Is innrkcil Personal ns enrc One nitpynnoycir froo forclub often subscribers the above named warehouse and any shipment of Tobacco to the mid places and deposit his ballot quent republican congi esses with taxation fully as the letter Itsoll is marked Person fiT3uhcrlptlons must ho paid In ndvntico B upon the materials used in special indus- al und Confidential However that may be whether every house will receive my pergonal cart and best endeavors in the alx eiico ISSrVo 7irr r ofywui lime palA fur In n speech in the Cooper Institute this in the extermination of democrat casts his vole or not wc feel in tries has resulted oua ship building and confined another evening Hon Ahrnm S Hewitt said of DAVIDS MUItK AY of owner KcHpectfully our bones that Hancock will be chosen iVKlNtlAYOCTOlJKIt l7 I80 114 Am copper producing lo u single monopoly in Gnrficlds Chinesn cheap labor letter Wc believe thai Michigan that was owned nnd directed by president next Tuesday Some people piny bo inclined to pro- MW 1 hnvo seen It I am WALLACE GRUELLE Editor he is absolutely certain of 102 electoral the late republican senator noli Chandler nounce it n forgery I familiar with MrUarfiolds signnture votes and since last Monday the prospects and is now continued by his heirs while the IN HOC SIGNO VINCES else- hnvo coiupnrcd It with Ills letters in my rich copper mines of Missouri nnd hnvo chnnged so as to give clear assurance where in thu country hnvo been compelled possession und I have no doubt it Is genn that he will gain more than that uine If it be a forgery it is the work of n Noi mbor Klc tlnn 1SH0J lo lie idle Hut it is not so much of tho national can HANCOCK For lreshlcnt WIXKUMD As proof that the democratic pnrty if it consummate artist but if I thought nftcr Tin western portion of tho stnte in nil Tor Vlco lrcildont WM II HXHLtrill vass that we desire to speak to day Old once inoro gains absolute control of the examination tlint there wns tho slightest fairness is entitled to the next govrrnpr Ior Utiiim would not seriously that is doubt of its authenticity I should not refer It hns never been so liouorcd but oner TTol 1 1ItOt foil KNOTT of Marlon county Kentucky thank lod will do nil of her government injuriouslyintcrfcre with the tarifT is proved toil but it accords with the course Ooncrnl nnd it is high time the blurgrnss should bo duty in that regaid No fear for her Like by the fact that tho congress since it passed Onrfield nlwnys took on questions nffecting permitted to rest nnd givo tho wircgrnss n Hiv Fox Siikkmin Iim cnuscil Wiulc her old mother she never tires Hut here under their control has kept hands off al the Interests of employers Hampton tit pull dT his Imt ntnl cvliihll hi clinncc Tlint South Carolina nss should be nt our own homes in our own district wc though the free traders bended by Inrfield earn Hancock on the Tariff The following correspondence speaks for have a little matter to nttend to that should have several times mado nttempls to upntnblcd root It The admission often nnd coffee to itself bo attended to right While no man of any Tin riiitfini luMrcm oT tlio ikniucmtic My Dear the frco list hecauso they nro nrliclcs of JIoiinisTowv Oct 11 1 H80 nnllonnl committee to lio fonrnl in another party will question the re election of Mr prime necessity ns food and not produced Central My attention is cnllcd to day lo column is north roniliu It U full of ire Knottto congress over both his competitors in this country was n democratic measure no interview or purported interview had and pluck yet wc ns democrats should not content in the interest of the poorer and working with you by n person representing the Pnt mvrn As I rend do ourselves with merely returning him to tho classes and wns antagonized by Garfield erson lunrdinn of this stnte IniupJ Lord how tin republican were brin to show tip icliiimn the Louisville position he has occupied not only with dis- moved thereto by tho nppcnls and judging tho report it seems to inc tlmt you indifommtrcinl And it isnt tliuir licmls tbpy tinguished honor to himself but to the no tho man by known nnd proved nets of cor- very imperfectly understood or very I enmc to this concluruption nnd the money of wealthy repub- Â¬ ferently reported show up cither Wo owe lican importing houses little political glory of Kentucky of Huston New sion bccnune of my knowledge of your views WoiiKiMiMKN will find rich rrwlinu in it to him to give him such a majority as York nnd Philadelphia the report does upon the tnritf qucslion GuvfieldH letter to Mr Henry L Morcy of will testify to the whole country that we not Of one thing the country mny rest as you injustice Thcfltibjt cl is one which our LilldrtiZiflkidR I S Lynn Mnntachiisettn on the Chinese pics The democracy will if it obtains manufacturing friends aro very solicitous only appreciate his value as n public ser- sured A DISCOVERY BY ACCIDENT tion which we publish tn ilny lower revive industries killed und crippled nlioiil mid very properly so I regret tlint vant but are desirous of displaying evidence by republican class and monopoly legisla- your vicwsupon the tariff question ns I tin Which supplies n nnnt men of eminent ability have dcnitcil years of study and to Tiiuiikh no eil but possesses some grain of that appreciation in such substantial tion rniu sullicieiit revenue to pay nil the dcrstnud them to be had not found fuller tlmt a Poeciflc For Diseases of experiment tlio Kidneys of rnoil The Imliniia rlectiou news snowed shape that no charge of ingratitude can lio expenses of the government introduce expression iu your acceptance nod if the Madder Urinary Organs and Xervous system tinder the telejrnphie reports of the proeconomy and honesty into tho public ser- misrepresentations of your tariff views con- and from the tlmo of its dimivciv has rapidly at our door increased in gaining the approral gress of Joe Mm i ne Its St Louis ilriiulc vice nnd being the pnrly of the people ad- tinue would it not be wise and just to take and ennflitenrn favor medical men of ami those Men and brethren we enn easily give minister the government in the interest nnd some occnslo i to irtil yourself right 7 Very who hare used it I it hns hocunio n favorite with Tin New Yotk Herald of lust Sntuwluy Iroclor Knott fully four thouuind majority all clssfcs and whorevor intrnducod has super for the benefit ol the people truly yours Tiico I ltvsootnl denounces iurlii lil without stint mill de- seded alt other trentinents In short such Is both Hobsoii and irecn We must do When 3 on hear n republican spenker To Jen W S Hancock Governors its intrinsic mult and snperlorlty that it Ii now liuoa him unfit to hold nny olliee That oxer tho only recngniiod reliable remedy bloviating nbout n protective tariff just ask Island it We will do it if every democrat in the Chincisu letter opened the Heralds eyes him to point nut one solitary net looking DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS Tin iiKsrossi district will vote Wo arc ambitious of be Aro tho dangtrous Jnnti spoke to tliedcrimiiis in their coming the banner district of the state lo the protection of nny single industry of Jovkhxoiis IsiASn Nkw Yoiik Oct 12 affection mest provnlcnt mankind and and fntald that nflllrt so vnrii this country passed by his pnrty in nil tho mother tongue sajs the Louisville Com I have received your and Insidious In My Dear luternur their character that persons Yes and lakes Ames and Chit Wc can realize that ambition if every dem- Â¬ twenty years of its lease of power nnd you favor of lllh inst In my letter of accep- often suffer fur long time befure knowing what merciiil Tho most characlcriatie symptoms tenden spnko to iirficld in Am mother ocrat will devote next Tuesday to the work will cither close his mouth or cause him to tance I expressed my full sympathy with ails them aro n gradual wauling away of the wliolo body our American indusirios I thought I spoke pain in the hack side or loins n week feehlv tonuue and with bravo kiiccivk too All that wc will have to do will be to cast utter a deliberate lie The proper disposition of the tnriff ques plainly enough to snlisfy oar Jersey friends exhausted feeling Iosuf appetite and droidof our own vote first nnd then sec that our IIkiiuivi p mlon of thu Louisville canty nnd painful dliehargo of varl tion is to refer it to n select committee of Regarding my tariff views I nm too sound exercise colored urine innbilily retain wc ore still of the opinion that neighbor does likewise business men ns suggested by tho pending uu American to advocate nny departure onsiytho urino minute shreds to or cnMi or ox pel fn tlu Albert Willis is the rijjit iiinu in the right Then let every democrat in the fourth resolution of the democratic Senntor Faton from the genrrnl features of a policy that urluo and when the dlsoaso Is of long duraplace as representative in congress from the congressional district consider himself ap who know the wants nnd needs of the gov- Â¬ tion there is much emaciation and general tins been largely instrumental in building nerroui prostration fifth district and arc inclined to belli vo that pointed a committee of one to carry out ernment the people and trade nnd modify up our Industries and keeping Americans THE ONLY CURE nine out of eery ten democrats in that disand ndapt it iu accordance with their from tho competitions of the under paid this resolve Ve siy pixlttroly nnd without fear of con Let no innn lag behind be trict share our opinion suggestions labor of Kurope If we intend to remain tradiction that DAYS KIUNKV PAD is the cause of the iib xilutc certainty of our vichonest nnd pay thu public debt ns good Imt and only Infallible euro for crery form of 0lK in awhile you hear a organ of tory We must not only defeat the enemy Kidney disease HANCOCK IS AT THE FRONT I It Is tho bent etdls people of nil parlies do nnd if we mean to covcrcd for lhi complaint nnd remcly rttcetunt It would hnvo Inclo Simmy uriiul out mora but drive him from tho field We must not In its operation than njiy other treatment administer the functions of the government lly been iliflurenl in Indiinia if the Cincinnati A Itlnjfliiir llilro from lUr Nation Â¬ ulng faithfully and persistently no easo lll MB only drio him from the field but extermi convention had not repudiated Mr Tihen al Committed Mo lie tun o Will then we must raise Ihevenue in sonic wuy or be found so Inveterate ns not to yield to its In Noviiulirr oilier With rejiiiiuil nnd hnruionious powcrmi rcmeniai virtues We doubt it His birl doesnt hold nenr as nate him His entire force is in sight and To Tin Dkmociivtic si ovkkhvativk country we shall certainly in time pay off dolltrs as the vaults of which Mr we can almost see the white of their eyes VoTKIIH 11111113 IS STRONGLY ENDORSED OK Tin Cocxtiiy The election of ihe public debt but the necessity of raising John Sherman can lev the key and dollars Vie have tho mot unoqulrocsl testimony to Furbish tin your arms boys Clenn your a piesident and vice president is before j oii money for the ndrniuiMrntion of the Gov iti enratlvo powers from many persons of high won the Homier Cup Our guns nnd get your cartiidges ready Whet Slate and local dissensions are eliminated ernment will coutiiilie ns long as human character Intcllixenee and book How u Life wan faed giving the hisftnin llio issues of the day The mngnitude Hon-- ll x V IkcKNCii was indicted by 1 II nature lasts mid ullparties nree that the tory of thin new discovery ami a lsrgo record sabres buckle tight your spurs and be jour of a vieloiy or defeat can only be estimated the Krid jury of Iuyettc county nt thu of mint remarkiiblo cure sent free VVrltu for ready to mount nt the found of Hoot and by thu forces and means utnploycd in se- Â¬ best way for us lo raise revenue is largely It lcbruary term or ihe circuit couit of that by the lurid So faj ns we are concernrd DAYS KniNlIY PADS aro sold by drug And Tuesday morning when the curing if county for Kambliujf a 5111110 of poker on Saddle therefore all talk about free trade is folly glit or will bo scut by mail frco of Mtnge lly fraud and corruption the people of Hut the tarifT question will probably bu iu rveeipi oi uieir price uegiilurS7liU tho 12th of tho fame month belli his of- bugles sound tho Charge insh upon them nc i Two ilnji after the indictment wits with bayonet nnd blade and weve got em the country wcro defeated in their purpose treated wilh justice to ntl our interests nnd cini lor ousunaio cisei in long stanUing S0tl fense G D riillMren s isu iiiJrrss DAY KIDMIY in 1870 nnd the rightfully elected president people by some such hill ns Ivilons leturnod lovernor Blackburn pardoned tho I be- Â¬ 1A DJlO Toledo O S Ilelf rnrtrltl by llie Gmrml was kept fioni his olliee if tht miiiitiiceplltsir Ktnlurlyf H disliusuithud jilrist who was then judge of n fwI TllF TARIFF QFKSTIOX IU lieve thatll cnmmilMou of intelligent ex PnllTlnfJ wrlliltsi pKninfr 1st That It may bvlnwful for W Cs I1 Whips of Louisville Jfterson Ciiuntv uHU I lUillKidney Iad now sruking n salo on With llm combined capital of ilir- - repub ciiuiiiiiil court and in August last he the Kentucky to iIIsmho of the Willurd Hotel property situated on Jclfersou perls representing both the government In City of our reputation we deem it due tho afflicted lo Lnulsv Hie Kt nlucky with two houses nnd lots on liccn Strict In lie Hlrcctof the AVlllnnt Now that the enemy has sprung this ques lican party aided by repeated assesuipiits Iteu we was elected circuit court liul jo renr raid and American industries will suggest tnrilV nam lliem Ask fur DAYrf KIDXKY PAD Hotel or any part thereof Including furnltuie futures iimbappurtoniinresf the same or hnvo no doubt will train his rand juries to tion the only thing and the manly thing is upon an urmy of ollicuhohlers with the tiK nsiires tlint will relieve ns of nny crudi mid lake no other of them In sharr nnd for that purpoc tuny Isme nrd cll by liliilsclf ir tigciitJ ns njXnyeer VJ for the democracy to meet and light it on power of the federal government represent- Â¬ understand that Ior sale by A It Tidier Chirorport Ky tifieates of spocllled undivided IntcioU therein nt prices nlikh will in tho iiggugato niiieunt In lies nnd iuConsiHtiucfcs existing in our tho square the fair eiiiitable value of the properly nml lie coals of disposing of tho sumo iu the manner There is nothing in tho repub- ed by United States marshals at the polls prrsent laws nnd confirm nil If Ulrit In thu sinner is ntnk Idsi phetii v lo us u system hereby nuthoriicd with intimidation fraud nnd n resort to evla thu siiut U l t essence of holiness lican cry out ngaiust tho democratic posi which will bu judicious just harmonious Haoriox 2d That ltobert Mnllory L M Flournoy II Clay II V Vhlttnker nnd 0 A tion and the hollowucss of their preteiiics ery corrupt appliance known to republican vnd incidentally protective ns well ns stable Winston be and they nro hereby nppolntod Commissioners nny tiroo of whom mny net hou through TllK Connecticut democrats methods concentrated in two stales our duty it shall bo to dolermlno by lot as mny bo nicutloned in the said certificates to whot iharc enn easily be mado manliest before the peo ox I am very truly yours iu its elfects their bravo organ tho New Haven Kcgistor ple hnldor or shareholders nny portion or portions of said property hull belong nnd to whom tho ndvcrsaries have succeeded in procuring tho W S 1IIMWK lino isrenni aimit oo iiuiao anil iu no nuu penorin snen ncis at In tlnlr opinion may lo bends greeting to tho democracy of her sis AH larilfs nro for revenue As a funda probablu return of ihcir locnl candidates to carry this act into full elTect nnd shall Invest tho funds arising from said ccitlflcatcs In Hun Thco V Randolph Norristown N1 The democracy of Connecti tor states Can it be possble that iu every state tho payment of tlio just creditors of ssid Whips mental proposition this can not be success vigor and deleiuiiualiou cut is full of lift Ssninx 3d This net is intended to apply to the property described hircln nnd nd other cheap iames fully refuted Thciefore snnio mm may throughoiit this broad laud tho same meth and when ald property Is ld said grant shall cease nnd ho of uu otTvcl to carry this stale for the whole of thidem ask why do the democracy tnlcn tho pains ods can bo brought to bear that were uged Irnvided that ihero ehall in no ou nt bo but one distrlbutlun or dranlng under this ait Tlint Chilli no lotfrr froin fnrfirlit ocrattc ticket Wc have a clear majority to proclaim Hint they fnvor a luriff Kkctiox tlti This net U tu take edict from Its pnsingo for rev by the republican managers in Indiana nnd There Inii lln Tin UiiiMlou of It Approved 27th of April 1KS9 of tho voters of tho slate and wc mean to Ohio Can llio great states of New York Ailtlitllllrilv fnrt Tlii re Arc Olli COMMENCING enue oiiy 7 By tho llovernor IUKK 1 KLACKIIUIIX omolllinSuinpNort III llxliliiirr Wo can nnd idll get the entire vote out New Jersey Connecticut California ColoSaui ki II CiiiRcuili Secretary of Htntn Tln Ilociiniiiil Orrutliiir Uri iw Hx Simply this and nothing more Since carry tho slate in spite of republican cor rltrmriit In tlir Fttst Workiiijr Wlioli- TIcki tN ftS OO IBnlvi H 81 tM K I thu position JuartiiH OS 00 of the democratic parly rado Nevada and Now Hampshire be inttii Iloldinir iiilliriintluii Tlitrl I ii it million importation of voters bribery re- has been the same Tarilfs like all it ml Vloroiml- - Denouncing Kven other bought intimidated nnd defrauded tilt Author pealing cheating and intimidation of woik measures nro subject to misdirection of without the vote of Indiana which wo ho Cincinnati Enquirer Hpocinl Tho Connecticut democracy will moil nU derlt lievo will be regained in November with FIltST MAY In lSJrt tho federalists broached purpose Nkw Yoiik October 21 Tho publication lnako the most spirited light seen in ten the idea of a high protective tariff in order Ndv York nod New Jersey nnd the states of Garfields ChineJO cheap labor letter in sesFirst race 15nnehslfmlla daili for green hor 10 of it gen by T II Howard purse years Curry jour own states Wo will Tho Very Latest nnd Very Hcst as they claimed hedge about American that arc conceded to us including Maine yesterdays Truth crented great excitement nnd S by W A Uiirkhart llntrini o 3 3 give a good report of Connecticut Thats industry with the to paleiual icgls of tho gov- the election of our candidate is assured In this city nnd throughout tin neighboring to fill HOOT AND SHOIIMAKUIt tho sort of talk wo like to hear Second race one half mile hulls froo for nil The republican pnrty hnsput in nomina Â¬ states but it sns not until to day that it Then as now the fnlso cry was ernment 5 Oicr Heard 1 Heelers Drugstore puno Intrane fS Jl to till tion for president and vico president two reached the limits of a furor Truths ofTitu siding of thu election returns in raised that our industries wonM pciish uu NIUOMD HAY - - - men who by tho admission of their own fice was thronged all day by people of both First rnec one half iiillo dash for 2 and 3 U not only showing some less tho products of Kiiropcun pauper labor Ohio and Indiana were prohibited entrance to our markets pnrty nnd press aro unworthy of your con parties eager to view the photographic copy Year olds purso fO llntninoo 1 t to flit rstonishiug results but will place tho posi Second raco tlireo fourths mile dash fre fur Any kind of a Hoot orHline tlint n pcisilii fidence nnd your suffrages It is impossible of tho Idler on exhibition nnd nil pro- Â¬ tions of Mvcrul republican congressmen The great and usually clear mind of Clay nit puno 2i want I can make In tlio lot of stytoiitid woik Intranco 5 3 to oil no doubt spin rod on hynmMtiou to become that fifty millions of intelligent mid patriotic nounced it genuine Numerous Ictlersfrom Hi cry nrtlclo giiiiraiitccd I um mnnshlp elect in jeopardy In therily of Columbus people will consent to plaen themselves agent for inrfield were brought in by republicans for Ohio morn votes were polled than the ecu tho leader of a parly which ho hoped lo First race COll yards froo for all purse IJ build up to strength sullicieiit to laud him upon the humiliating level thus prepared comparison nod in every instance the con Kntrancc 3 3 to Oil mis of last tunc leturnod male iuhabiluuls ecunil raco ono mile dash freo for all purso Lyons Patent Metallic Heel Stiffeners for them by the republican managers fession wns wrung from ihrm that they over tweutv ono vcius of ngn in both tho in tho picsidcntin olliee was misled by the pb Kntrancc 5 l to fill Fellow citizens tho first days rupulso at could not dispute its authenticity Twrnlyfno cents buys n pair Hlld mnkes n alluring sophistry ami ho abandoned tho city and thu county in which it is situated All cntrloi mint be undo by 7 oclock on the boot or shoe last twice ns long lottysburg ended on ihe third with Han democratic party took lead of the new par The publication of the letter instilled new day boforo the rare At Indianapolis ind thu vote cast was in nta ly J 11 IiWI3 cock iu tho front iu a glorious victory Tlint life into the labors of tho democratic comu haro plenty of good stables nnd foe I for the ratio of one vote to every I of its pop- ty for mix I of soiOi elements ns the disintethe hones that mar come nud ntt oinmodallon victory secured us our Luion mittee who have distributed it broadcast for thoo that ullond the riio n Dills rcaouablo The total vote of Ohio was one grating federal putty the blue lights and ulation The question is not now the preservation throughout the different slates and to night 25 cents will bo charged nt Ihe gato for each per the agrarians subsequently known under in every four of population and that of In In IKIH at the election of tho Union hut of constitutional govern plates of which si largo number were pro son to maka up Ihe purses nam It doesnt require a the title of whs diana oiu in every Mc ill l 2l MKADOIt Irwl JntfKKmMthat installed ducksim in tho White House ment Hancock is now as then in the pared were expressed to all tho imperii of microscopic enmiimtinu lo detect the front Thu repulso is now as then the tho Pacific Coast Impromptu meetings fraudulent nature of ihu roceut election in for his first term tho federalists secured the omen of n victory which will secure to fu- have been held nil over this city New Jerthoo statoH All of llio defeated candi congress They passed the lirst high proTho undersigned will offer fur salo to the ture gunurnlions thu blessings of civil liber- sey Long lslnnd nud Connecticut which dates for congress in tho districts where tective larilf in the history ol our govern highest bidder on I f hnvo been characterized by inteiso iiiiihu it ami his reasons ty this fraudulent incroaso of votes appear ment Jackson vetoed MONDAY SEPT 27 1880 lly order of the national democratic com- Wiirkiugaicn everywhere am de-Â¬ siusin will contest ihe seats of tho buucliciaries of therefor have ever since been accepted ns mittcu WittHM II ItiUN usi Chmn several hundred ncrot of their land ncir Clover serting the Garfield bnuiicr and rallying to the cvpresnioti of dcinocratiu fallh on that tho frauds Light port Iu quantities to suit purchasers Irrsuna ihe support of Hancock Hunniiig Noiseless Nothing can subject Tho congress passed the measure desiring tu purchaiu uiu reipicsted to call iui DEATH WARRANT GARFIELDS Jiu tears No taius Vu fprlngs cinmlno the 111110 boforo tho day of sale now resist the tidal wave which will inevit Yihtiiiwm ninils brought tho informa- over his veto and thu very ills thu old hero Now nnd Hlcgunt Ktylo of Work iml TERMS OF SALE ably sweep him into he presidency tion that iarliidds inaiiagers had forced and sage predicted camo lo pass Our mar Wrlltru It- IIIn own LOOSE rLYWKEEIAlJTOMATICSFCOLER or iiiiiiiilK I line Urn reasonable nud no nmuoy reipilrcl until tho The letter Itself bears upon its face nude lii in at last and reluctantly to denounce kets being shut to foreign trade prices for bur AVIieri UUIil to Cnstora III frMnil Largust Hlaittlo used purcinier Is satlsfled as to title Proposals for Tlmy dm Iurrliiisn It ClictiiciM uinblo evidence of Garfields nulhorship liU Chinese letter as a forgory over his own nil commodities ran up to an exorbitant Simple Jnsy Im Jcain ltcipuirvs I III CIl II Ml NIX COIIIPUIlllN IlllVf II prirato purchae will bo considered u tb jHii and so far tin uttempls have been made by ill 4nt proper signature Ier ooulrii llio sumo point and tho very poor wore compelled lo IttKtit to ItplNlublUli iNliivrrr n7tt IlllllCi V SATTIIKFIIILH I tin liiitlel Ntnlin 1 tho repuhlicnus to authoritatively deny It ninnufaclnro the materials for their elolh mails brought iutclliguiivo from Washing Nkw Voiik Oct JO Tho following wns v INNTUUCTION IMIOIC It is written on clenn whito paper bearing ton that ho original letlor had beun com ing and adopt substitutes for colfeo and tea published in Truth this morning rto Plain that no Other Tciicher Is lliciulrcd Thu let Â¬ ky HMrwaKA aa v v m Lmmm i the hend of the house of representatives in pared with ollliiul documents known lo haro and nave thoyiold of ihu maple do with- ter is If YouSeolt You will Huy It MarctiUlfl Vtertue catuoiicoai niilhoutic It is In lencral Garfields 111 euro Vttlllnir of Um Womb I eucenbocal thu regulnr congressional forms A sharp been written by Jurfield and its signftturo out sugsr Tho distress became universal hnndiyriling A Ciinpeithup well locatud on lower tldo of k4 WIVIHUV Denial Is worse than useless tlfllt riLualTilaiHllB HIM 1MkIai- b II UIKI WUIVUIQ 1UUWUUIAUUU building Is 47 felt lung stilf pen had evidently been used which IlJMIH Tho money ncouuiiilnled It compared utniisr tin iniunucopt with tho nml deafening ofLhawamblnfiIdttitsillIftmonhAireorfIood 1 Clover llrldge Tho good slim Id hnvo tho widest circulation among a a A 25 feet Truss vm h and tui utui DU7irau mu hkiuim irnH all rites from do i gallon tusetIIIUof gallon hooiis jrtiA Low as any 1list class JlnclilrCT signuliiro to his pay chuukti on filu lir tho by llio tariff had lo xs distributed among all classes as jt uiiiuasks thu republican gives it n rnther angular iippcnrivneo It is Also a lUak TonttllDlh Bratem Ao wlth U tbtll AI10 all sires of other Tiols to match siiuic of tho home the people to rvliovo ihelr sulleriog Such hollowucss and hypocrisy uu Iho labor ques in n clean legible hand without erasures olliee of tho serjuaiit-nt-arnMcompftuyiiifforiis canr cxcepioojnoroii- -naiti kv about 10JO HImicj nnd Holds well mutelicilt Mr Garfields characteristic and shows and its geuitluunMs iiiiablishod bsyond nil ii res nit brought n sporsly death lo the ov tion through ihnir eh inf irjowwrr0 long luouintf ntnujorpmiaY IIItuiMM CIvcrprt and nearly all seasoned nml dressed In Mains l X DHUY pnietjreownntrcaunfni nnactrimmifiiroro phrnso and style throughout puralvoiluro So tho umitor his now ro perimeut and lesullcit not only in tho ro- IaUAUIIDTU fc DIIIIDII FilssM lot wo offer a good llorio powerHtnvu Dreieror Person it nn Conflilontlsl bo- is torn nt tho top nnd noros nil on 11110 plvro nf gruiiml which wo The envelop Ilucker I election of Jackson In IHU but llio return Kolvcd Itself into no itio of veracity WEED SEWING MACHINE CO lllllSR HIT IlKIIIKSkSTATIVr MlKOearbottle Basura andukiorDrMar- will sell all cinnhlmul or ghop nnd Timber WtsmsoTON ll 0 Jiiiiiuiry TA KM J tho center evidently in opening It is also liuUsCfttthollooo Take no other Ouaranteoo Ilarlforil Conn twinn Oirliuld wh denies and those who of nit almost iiunulupms democratic eoi I 11 V Wo aim ulfor nil kinds and sites nf MolaiKS ivmituu hi iiiu bimiriQ rtllsva or inonoT rerunusa niter a rait tnaiJ nlViat gross Its first nut was to ropcal tho high problem ouiiiu iiim In lisnd I take It tml tlio nlli in that it is an authentic document Viusgar ami Cider barrels nud kegs from i clean nuniinns ucon liguwi upon ill duly Ifc I Vmvi gnllona up ii 5J gsllot Wfl expeol d huvu In llio nrilliinot with thu odils again tho crodibilily of llie lariir lolsritloti of tho frili rallst conuross lipioilloii of employes If only a queillou of nrl- - vnry small ncnt llgurcs on hands this kind of roopersga as long ns wo a vreek In your own town 3 Hiiliiilmtq tlinntforo a rovgnun InrllT In which there nro four formir for wti imagine tho panplu will bo nnI r1 cnlculalioa of lit V irhfru oirry on Wo will do nil kinds of tulmlr on itifiintt lull n N11 rll OiiHlt free lUmlcr HrjUiuullipllmlliy IU J121 Ii inulll fluid uoee Wu will nlsu hnvo all IciipU lf h ow to hslicvo ill it u man nloe guilty of which prinio nneossurlos wuio inliniliuil to thev esu get ll ehcspiit if you iviiiitnhulncssnt niiili idukllng a senldlag tubs and If nut can W plieil iy l20 Itl Is inulllplU iI hy 18 nml V wl perjury woul I IuhIIiiIo about tho utterance our ports froo ol iluty llio lux pluct il upon Kveni pvioii ui viiuersux e ii muko make nit vrry thort imllre which we rcJt cheap groll pay nil tho tlmo the meal wnicn slouiu ie re igioqiiy Keni unl 11 17 Tills milled to SIJ 10 It hears tho 111 u 111111 iiooij wiioii 111s own iiui rusuiiirt 10 irucius in niMiry nun nivviino hiiiuuiriii for nasll and cash only by the uellon of the HrH uhmgated work wrilQ fur priculur tu H IIviibtt gilAULW MAY A IlItQ nJ Sui WutMiitun U bo uiitcivi lo pay tho oiJiiitiry viitisusul tho govern- - geuvml gouriiiuvuti uud I am uot prepursd to cunrtBsIunul pust muik jo rortlaiu Jlilny Ully UuBOKMNiuDaifl Niaws FLY llAVOXtiTSl jffUlGEl - i ri ti II il I inv tlist It iiliniitil be nbrnintrd until our crest Â¬ puVEipoiT Kentucky ton Â¬ Â¬ subs juiption riTfaEs- Â¬ Â¬ i 1 itt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ vniirwi irnod rric Tirxrr Â¬ This ts easily scon by n microscopic examination of the originnl used in the photographic copy but it docs not como up plainly lathe stereotype It wns ccrlninly mailed on tho date of tho tetter from Wasri- Ington Tho superscription signature nnd body of tho letter nro clearly in General Gar- Â¬ fields handwriting There Init ho no ques Â¬ tion ns to Its being genuine ns It pnsscd through n microscopic examination and has been siibmlllrd to experienced experts nnd nlso to n grent number df prominent mnn familiar with General Gnrllelds hnnd- riling It mny bu herq ndded on the authority of Congressman Hewitt thai iu enso It is disputed another letter is icndy for publication of the snnio tenor written to another pnrly Tho general opinion Is that this is only one of a number addressed to the various employers nnd corporate societies nt the limo Inrfield wns doublc bncking Sher mans nomination just nftcr he had been elected to the senate to servo for nix yenrs C Â¬ J SEJOZ Zu NOTICE j I ENTERJPRIsi TOfMCSS WAREHOUSE HOWAE13 TWELFTH STS5 Louisville Ky Vi J F SULZE Â¬ BIG BARGAINS m S BOOTS Â¬ NewAdvertisements w tAJfiS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kidney SEE II OlCP missel i Â¬ no GOODS im LUU ii CHEAP OVERCOATS CL0THIN6 BLAN KETS FLANNELS AED JEAP1S Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WE CARRY LARGEST STOCK 0F Â¬ SHOES IN THE COUNTRY Â¬ Â¬ lost-and-Uu- il Â¬ BARGAINS Â¬ ILL MOD O Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J L Oill f0OfH V Â¬ rpnlhtj Â¬ Â¬ WILLI RD HOTEL Ly Chapter 1214 tiM Ell si I An Act for the Benefit of W Whips my 3LtT Â¬ Â¬ it Â¬ Â¬ THREE DAYS RACES tiii BIG SPRING KY 1880 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wednesday Nov 10 Â¬ W W NEWSOSH Agi Cloverport Ky THE Â¬ Â¬ Haridinsburg Ky FAMILY FAVORITE Â¬ Â¬ Tiiinn luri Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VALUABLE LA50 rou ax Â¬ 11 public Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mmm i sqHJBy7 - Â¬ IMPROVED N Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IIiiii1-Iiii1I-vlil- 1 Ut In lnl Â¬ mW Jl iWantinsr to Sell Out wii lT u Â¬ rou IltKl lh nkIll ri7ttwiAvafsffimRa rifSCH I fl0 TVZrll B i ict 1 1 1 rvft hf 9l0 WBWBSnSSJJIIItUilJl IMJSilUkJJSa UBi m i - f W A frv - - T I f T 1 1 I t t 1 ti Tho thirteenth nuuiial fair of tho liar dinsburg Agricultural and Mechanical Association was hold on tho grounds of tho association last week beginning Tuesday with mans eager face nnd stumbling biirry tho November election anil ending Friday supplemented childs fearful backward glanccil ru ill strong Tho mnsl Is very plentiful In our country luces on Satin day The sudden chnngo in tho weather from contrast to tho careless groups In the back this year Some man will loso money by summers wnrmtli to winters chill proved ground Thq wholo sceno 11 lilelikp nnd not liming hogs enough tocnt it up titio nf tho best Uiirlpjs vet given in this dttrimcutnl ttllhoiiitcrestsoflhecxhlbitinii Miss Sallio Mendor lias been visiting Tho ntteiidauco Tuesday Ucdiicsdny nml j ever popular magazine in tho Novelty Holts lloltom for u few weeks past We Thursday tho crowd PnLn wu have some new nml attaint designs nrc glad to see you homo again Mjm Sab Friday wm very slim was rsllmated nt from fifteen hundred to lor tho now fancy work etching embroidery He Von nro missed in our social circle nml as usual jingo nfter page of hints for two thousand Mr Klipglesmilh who formerly clerked Tlio Diagram Is a combi Tho following is tho list of premiums ladies costumes II Howard on Mnln street nml nation dress for n littlu uirl ulthor n simick for T awarded Rnblnnotl avenue tins changed his plnco or cnsttimo Or n princess tltcss ns tho fancy nf business nnd is now clerking for Mcll lilt Ilrsl tho maker dictates or both if a trilling ad Mf Pnm Dent of TclUlifielil wnj In nl- - ick Ittms wOltK dition Is made to the princes dress Tho Mendor corner of Main nnd Second streets tcmlxnca nt tlio fulr Mm M Taylor Thero was many n fair lower that blushetl lift rag rnrpct Uiirkhnrt has threshed nil tho wheat lii Mm Mary A Hmttli literary mntlcr is fully up lo Its usual stand Net pairbbinkctii MIM liiilu JuIITi Hirtinbtirg It nttcnJIng unseen nt tho Lop Thursday tiiht in liar Christian Rclds popu- tho country nnd iuo crop of broom stigc Moorman ard of excellence llctcuttun counterpane Mrs I Vnllojr cliool ot lowco dliisburg Sandy you must liavo moro light lar novel is continued nttdthcre nro capi His innchinu is now under shelter nwuititig Mrs Ins layno Ileal woolen cot orlet MrW M llcyiitilili nml wife left Sttmtny next time tal stories nnd poums from theiicnsof Mar nnothcr crop lleitillk patchwork jullt Mrs I V Hoard for a trip to Clncimmti Mm Dlliabcth Pool garet Vaiidcgrift Augusta Do Diibiia Leo James Miller sold to It I ltobcrlson on Heitcuttoii Whnt young innn was that who mndo his tho Dili Inst sixty six head of steers thrco Heat threaded embroidery MlaaPuo Im Hnrby ant other well known writers first visit to tho city thiR fall staid three Mr Henry Mourmnn nf Keyteavlllc Mo I Mra Iom Paytio Heat crochet work Hook will days and when ho enmo homo said thai ho Wo learn that Oodcys Ladys and four years old averaging till pounds vlsltlnj relatives In tlio city MlasMngglelluthrlo contain a complctr1 novol In every number enjoyed himself very well but ditl not get Host leather work 2 cents tlio at Miss Iilnlo Tnlliolt of Oircnboro Mia IMIa Iitthrlo Heat wool mat in 1BHI and that each issue will bo com- acquainted with moro limn half the pcoplo guest of Juilgo Murray family The fall races over tlm Ten llrocck raco Heat apocltucn tnllotlng plete In itseir Wo will furnish tho Nkwb My fellow and I nro going to the fair this Mlai Illa HhoJca by Indy 10 Dr W II Mm in of llemhle ipcnt cvernt course ot llig Sprintr begin November nnd Oodeys Ladys Hook Tor one year at week Oh wo nro going to have a lino Mm Hlla llenalvy Heat tpccliiicn millinery nnd coutinuu three days Sec advertiseilay In tlio city during tlio week application at this large time tholowpticc of frt on ment in this issue rnv rnoiivcis c office Mm Vlck Ilowloy Is very low nllli cniiwmp Give my love lo all the printers Corn In car for bread J S W Ilurgcr 1 IV will ho prayer meeting nt tlio PresThere Wells Mm Hon At Iter Mother Sumo Lanky Sal OUR NEXT DOQM NEIGHBORS Saturday at l oclock Corn In car furatock byterian chinch noxt O W Heard It Milter U In Iiiiulivllle tlili wook pur Puinpklna J p m ami prenchitg Sutitlny at 1 a in by Tobacco manufacturing Cllflou Pilo clnslng n Mg lut of JtoviM mid tlnvmro llitrrlril Iter J H McDonuall nml Dolngn IlniiD DxMMii CiAnK October 22 In Hancock Tobacco cutting loif Daniel Drlakel Tlirir Huylngi illlNliniiN Mln Leila ltcnly Imd adjourned her room In it ml eounty by Her W It Ilritncr Mr lleorgn Mr Chns Ubtuford of llcwlcyvillc ex App1esfdiaday of winter T N Vessels tlio Ulgli School on account of slcknos Am Dyrlng Co Dcnham to Miss IIIli Clark hibited soino very line sheep nt tho fair and Applea dried Mm John Mesghor Huttcr Heinle Ciiiinty MIm lurnlo Hitdfonl of Hock Inliind Ind was rewaidcd a premium for the best ewe Two Iiomo wngou Jolissox Psvnsrt October 25 In Hancock Witt t llycr U lsltliix the family of Mr M Hitmliletoti Mr Albright is holding a scries of Rev two years old and over county Mr Henry Johnson lo Miss Nancy Model stallion mnre or meetings nt Urabamtoti Mlra Cilia Owen nf Hot Lick Is nn a vllt Snyder I W Jordan icl ling nnynge Thursday night Family Jnrs hold tho Onen of Hvrvrnl wecka to her brother lr Mr Gluts Penk Grnhamton had two of Jo T Jones hoards in our theatre tie Kuciete Judge PiiddloHtullion ltrmtr JoiKsiv O tubcr 25 In Hancock his ribs broken by n mulo kick last Friday county Mr Datls Hlchey to Miss Kebecca Mr CIHTnrJ Ilshernnl Miss Molllo Fisher thought the performance was worth Srcotiil Uav of Louisville nro tlio guests of Mr J II Mycr at least four dollars ami costs On the lfllh inst to tho wife of Johnson Hoitv ANIMALS this week October 21 at the rerl IiAwson Mkykrs J II Mcvlor John H Hrown Hraiidetibiirg twin girls Tho report that Mrs N McC Mercer of Mulo 1 ycira old ot tho brides nrenls Mm W J Dean nn I daughter MIm Amnn In It M Parsons MAnntin--O- n Ilatdiusburg died Inst week was untitle Mttlo2 years old ago Tuesday tho 12th inst dencu T J Jenkins Mr James this city by 1 Hot II Mendor ill of Hock Mck returncil ycstcrdity from a J Iawaun of 1alr Mtile any Mr Osenl McConticll to Miss Laura Hry On tho contrnr- - we nro pleased to lenrn Mule any ngo rtotrlltig Urecn Ky to Mlas Maggto A Meyvisit to Ioulllc J II Hays sho is rapidly recovering from her illness both of Grnliamton ers Hull under 2yoriO 0 A Mcador ant Mr I30 JI Younger has rented Mri Mar I It Kurti Hie happy couiilo left on tlio packet Monday Chnrley lightfoot sajs that making n Stiilllon t years old and ocr The first quarterly meeting of tho Hrnn tha Uultcrl iroicrty nn I will occupy It about I their homo In Howling Ireou atA Meador fortune in Colorado is like bujing a lottery Stallion tyeaM old nnd under dcttbtirg circuit will bo held nt Hrnndcuburg night for the best wishes of tbo many frlcndJ tlio first of January tended by old and tinder tl D Hronn ticket That ho would as soon have a good htsllloliJycnM aiut oter Saturday nnd Sunday Rev T G Harrison of tho fair brldo I II Kurti Ml Jennlo Woods who U teaching fchool Mnro hole in ColoÂ¬ Mnre b years oll nnd under presiding 1 T Tucker years old nt McDiiiileli paid n visit homo Inst Saturday lottery ticket as a prospect rado Iutlleo I D Hrnwu Mnrc 2 years old nnd under and returned Monday Tho larncttsvillosqliool has one hundred Ken Wathen Iclrllng 4 years old and over pupils in daily nttctldancc Tlio weather took nnothcr change Mon ihis school is Plcaso sontl mo your address nnd I will for Col J A Munday of the Owensboro Mos Holding under 3 year J A Mendor taught by Iror John A Hifinrf wlio is nn ward to you free K Hutterick k Cos catapuecngcr upon day night nnd yesterday morning inaugufengor an I Hxamlnor was locue illustrating all the now European nml rated another rainy season which had suf able instructor Third Day the Fashion yesterday American ImiiIiioih losiiU Aiiks fered no intermission up to tho time wc Stallion yenrs old nnd otcr Jo Ilnrriann Mr John llllard and Chirlio Ilghtfoot ro John Holing nnd John Shritklelt charged 10 Fourth Avenue Louisville ICy I A Meador t Stallion 3 years old and tinder They nro both went to press tiirned frojn Colorado lilat week with thokiikluxingof Minerva Walker colStallion i yours old and under S I fimltli STOMIX looking vroll nnd In Cue Ktdrlts W 1 Dean sold loMonnich ACoOwenp ored Hratidcnliurg bad their examining Ken Wathen Mnru4 years old nnd iindor A light cheilnut sorrel mnrc with Hax boro eighty bend of steers averaging over Mnrui yctra old nnd under How Fiutor Hnycs tho newly appointed rider J T Tucker trial Inst Thursday and lielilpycrin the sum - on tho Hardlmiburjr circuit I D Hrowtt mased tlirmigh tho 910 pound nt 2i cents delivered nt the Maro 2 years old mid under of S100 toHppcarat the nextsession of the main nnd tail about 15 hands high nlso n S A Mendor Fulls of Rough nlso Messrs Kd and Sam Mnrel year old mid under city Saturdiy on his way to lUrdliubttrg circnitcoiM These two men heretofore dark chestnut son el fifteen nnd n half TCMattlngjy hnie always homo n good reputation nnd hands high with star in forehead The latuel Davison sold the same linn sixty head Marouuder lyotr two graceful Misses Mnllionnd Fannlo Ditto Ken Wathen Stallion any age at the same price it is hoped if innocent they will be proven ter Is five years old ami the fornier about nml charming young ladles of Men do county Cnle lluwkina so Itlding any age right A liberal reward will bo paitl for iho Mr John Moorman of Owcnsboro was Stallion 2 years old and over went InnttcniUncoat tho Hirdlnsburg fair D Urown delivery or information of their whcie in tho city Monday recoiling a bi lot of Mare or gelding 2 years anil oiiio coiiuir abouts Jit ii ami WlltTKllolsK Mr Charlli Dabbago and elstor Miss Kate I A Kurti his oter Ths not receipts of our fair nmounted to Liberty Hall 2t left Monday to attend tho tiuptlol of their spokes and timber for along nctoryin that tho river and He is burin nil cilv flOO Jlctv lirothar Mr V 0 II ibbago yesterday nt Four til Duy reports his business in a flourishing cnndi J loyvlllo INK llOltSKS Frit ilk Iievllc AVeeUly Mr Press Ross Hartford is building a tion nil ot wmcii wo arc giau 10 Know The only Dcmocriilio Illustrated News IV I Jordnn Stallion nny age Mm Martha Wiltor acconrntileil by her now butcher shop I A Meador paper published will bo sent postpaid for Mr John Slntou mail contractor on tho Mnro nny ugc mother Mm WilghtHn niece MIm Ola John Th6 trustees of Hartford offer the old five weeks until cutl of campaign 1 A Meador for Howleyvillo nnd llardinsburg route says lelding nny ngo unit Icira thl wojk for a ycirii vlilt among jail nml lot for sale Cnlo Hawkins rolatlvos In Illinois Agents wanted in every Thirty Cents that it is not his fault about tho mail com Huggy stallion any ngo Cliua Illnnford horses bond 10 cents for live weeks sub- Â¬ On September 23 Mr L S Craig town DiKii Mm Nt WIIou lighter or linn RR ing in lute That he aims to mnko the best lnlr ctrringe scription or G cents in postage stamps for tuimrK minais in tho i2ud year of his ugo riorco loft with hor children a few day ngo to time possible and docs o it considering sample copy and Illustrated Cntnloguo Ken Mnthcn join hor liudiand noir Tatrllold III Our best the distance and tho condition of the road Mnre nny nge Qunrterjy court was in session nt Hart- - Clubs of four will be sent for fivo weeks Cnlo Hawkins lelding nny nge wishes attend theui a nut uockci pleased to lenrn of the continued Wc aro loru last wcck wiut for one dollar- - Address FRANK LESLIE HIIRtf good fortune that attends the sales of t Ik LOCAL BREVITIES Jlr T Will Cooper Cromwell has leased PUBLISHING CO 15 DEY STREET NEW 2 yearn old nnd over lua ltlclmrdson Duck Twin lied Springs by our young frjemb nll tf Hwo 2 years old and oter one half interest in tlioCnfmweU louring YORK Chns Hlauford Wo can conscientiously Anil iV Clark Tlio river is stationary Jim Hiehardsun Huek under 2 years i mills being tltobest spiings Hwounder2 yenrs Jlilruro vouch for tho Twins Snmo 1 Intly wlifiil is looking well Miss Hcitdrick has nkcrfclinrga of tho Tho sales of Hromoliuo in the city of No considoiation could in we ever tisel 1IEST OK CMSS SWKKPHTIWKS intermediate dcpmtlnoht iritbo Hnrtford Chicago last year was thousands upon duce us to do without them Korylium mills nro in full blast U A Mctdor Htnlion nny age College Chicago is a fiist thousands of bottles Same Let no democrat give employment of any Mnrc inly ago 1lie Dick Johnson was up SunJay Hromoliuo is a Cnlo Hawkins Mr Lavegn Paxlort Hnriforil hns re-Â¬ clnss city you sco tlio point first class mediwho left this county nnd Itlding kind to any nitrner Do If Hromnliiic Win S Durham llrood mnro Prcsitlutitiil election next Tucstla turned from Texas with a low typo of con- cine remained in Indilinnn until after cleection had not been a good medicine for the lllood lony ridden by boy J T Jones sumption dtideed we nro nut sure hut that a ticket of Sntimluy was a delicious niitninii tlnj l atid Liver the leading citizens of Chicugn t indefinite leave should ho issued to etich Saturday ns advertised was set apart for The trustees of tho Hartford Cpllego have would not endorse it by using it ns a family Tito puno luw expired on tho 20lli1nt pluccs can roeinj Their one of thc scoundrels Tho limt raeo was a half milt dnsh paid off all the iufercst ojj tbeir school medicine Wo mention Chicago particube Idled with better material Muggins jr between Old Hill and Lonilsand have nfsorcdcemcdtett percent larly itbeitig ii Western city and JlmmoTnrnipi arc leiniliu nt lOc per bushel lino a Western medicine When your Hlohd WaldriiDwho wnssentcnectl to llio penitcn- - Senator which wns won easily by Old of the bonds J Fisher now building is nearly completed Ik out of irder j our nppclito gone you feel tinry lor horsestealing tttlholateicrin nf our Hill who came in under tho string set on Rev I M Pony assistobr ltov J P whn in All indictitiuus point to a severe winter circuit court left under tho escort nf Slier ly livn feet ahead of Muggins Kllis is conducting n rcivnl meutiiig nt weary ami listless then try Hromohne und Trial bottles fiec Rcgulnr Tho turn wns ouo nnd n half feet nheatl of SenAlready forty fivo ac- ho helped Hells Run church IJiilo a iinmbcr of htrangUM were nt tlie ill Moorman fur Frankfurt Tuesday Pin so j0 entrance 10 each size For snlu by A R Fisher Cloier up packet also boro to tho same estiuntion ator fair cessions have bctnnildoo rb Hit church The iiet race was a three hundred yards eight representatives torn Henderson un jiort ly Matrimony is booming eicri whero but der olinrge of the sheriff of that county and dash between Dock Carmans gray mnro On Thnrsdav tbo 1 Ith inst Maiiiki A Turn Hook of nearly 100 large octavo nml Nick Mnttiuglys sorrel cob which tho ncarSninllhousoMrMelvin W Southard liern guards lnll of valuablo notes by hitter won by eleven feet Purse 20 to Miss Zona Fuughfi nn tlte14th inst Mr pages for tbo sick on Scrofula Diseases of tlio Tho epizootic lias mndu its nppenrince TJ10 writer is indebted to Mrs Julius Tho balance of the day was filled up with Win Miliipuv ot Muhlenberg county In Ir I II KuoTh llrcitlilng Organs Di oucsof Men t Diseases liere Hardin for 1111 elcgunt nnd sumptuous din- scrub racing indulging in which several of Mis Amanda A Williatps Htirford of Women Aclics and Pains Henri Troubles The iron bridge blioulJ have attention at ner spread on tlio fair gititintls last I hurs the hoys got left and a groat variety of Chronic Diskasm with llunUu Couuljday Quito a number partook of her kind once evidence that In most ca cs tlicao diseases aro Dr Hryan H Voting FIrahethtown is hospitality of whom none did more ample WEDDING BELLS curable Sent for thrco cent stamp Addieas Corn is selling from wagons nt HOc per justice than Hen Wathen Hen can get finite ill MUltllAY IIIII PU1I CO bushel with us much case nnd VlrxU i KaMino in Mini away with a turkey n3j im Nn 129 H 18th Street N V The Omega post cfliccltas been changed Ilvzle ttiotc lit lieivley vlllc la la liliu Moiylo county wa largely represented ot grace as any man sou to illlxN Cliiru llrllo lit IoiiIn to Caiimcr the fair Thero may be other PileOiiitmciilsbenr Latcr information leads to the belief that vllle Tlios II UiiihIch lo 1II Mi Fnttcning hogs aro scarce with the Fast nun llurrlull III llurdlu Coiiuly ing the name of Httckeye but so far ns we Von can buy aood licnd of eabbngo for tho rogues who stolo tho lino marcs nf View farmers Messrs Hall nnd Whitchouse tlid not take can lenrn Tablers Huekeyo Pile Ointment Yesterday morning at U oclock tho ntip r 10 cents A IVWnrfield k C Tho drug Grm of is tho only ono which is netiinlly coins the Falls of Hough route as statotl in an- tinls nfMr Virgil I Habbago und Miss Tho abutments of tho iron bridge aro giv other paragraph Klunhclhtown has dissolved Mr Vm Stout bays that Lizziu Footo vero celebrated by Her J It pounded from the Huckeye antl is doubtless i wi y ho saw two men riding through Holts Hot Dempsv nt tho tesideiico of tho Initios s Mr Kilcv Vino drove fell from a irne- - the best remedy lor Piles in the market It Thoro wqvo no Indies in ntlcndanco nl torn about sunrise Friday morning mid ho father lsfjuiru L A- - Foote near tho pleas ot a fewdays agoitiitl considerably bruised is recommended and used for nothing else distinctly recognized tho Whitehouso mato tint liltlo villngo of Hcwleyvillc in this himself but Piles but for that disease it isti certain the races cure Price fiO cts 011 which 0110 ot litem was mounted Tho lovely bride wns attended by county Rev K M Herrv ofGTasspow Junction Weve lull a touch of winter during the For snlu by A R Fisher Olnvrrptu t Ky will ho seen by an advertisement in Misses Fannin Ditto nf Hrundeiihiirg and began a jirotrncted nicetingot Vino Grove As imst week Whitos Cream White Vomifugo is the young ftiund Daiid S KntoUibbiguof Clover ot Immediately to days paper our on tho 23rd inst best worm killer Hooppolcs stave i mid puuikins aro a lo- - Murray sou of Judge John Allun Mitrtay after the ceremony our young friends fol Ronv To tho kVifo of James French grt teulor nf this city has accented a situation in the lowed by tho good wishes and blessings of On many countenances wo sen traces ol CcdnrCrcek n bAiuto thrjwifq of Jncob tho laico number of friends and rclaliics Knteriiriso Tobacco Warehouse Louisville Jack Marlow contemplates opcniii a of time or dissipation or ciil thought a sou Mr Murray is a young gentleman of rare f assembled to witness their nuptials de Schcchtcr Kizabetbtown restaurant which uro no unintelligible hieroglyphics business promise just starting ou to pad parted for lliu cast and will on their return Tho sicklist in thoTunnolHill neighbor establish their homo in Ilnrdinsbtirg Mr hood isqittto large Among the number is but unmistiikublo hitigmmc on a fair pagcf Nnrdinsburgcrs dont tako much stock dle his own ttnoe Industrious energetic from which wc may lenrn lessons ol wisdom in tho fair honorable nnd high minded if lilo is spnred Hnhhnge is the master commissioner nf tho the telegraph operator Mr Gilbert who is and truth Tho beauty of tho fact is often ho will make both n name and fortune circuit court for this county a young gen Â¬ having his place filled by Mr Rice Atlvcriiso your business if you want to him marred by snllownes Hie usuuj accompan for himself in tho business world Our tleman of lino business abilities and great do any thing On tbo lltb inst Mr Rich iment of a disordered liver which can be MAitniKii fiicijds need have no hesitation in future promise nnd wo know that his planter both cuicd by Im inline or Tablers Vegetable Vest k Smart nro doing a lively business consigning their tobacco to Davy Wo friends everywhere wilt rejoice with him in ard Graham to Miss HcttioMoremeu Price fit cts Liver Powder in liooppplcs know him well and wo aro satisfied tltat lie his joy nnd wish tho young couple a lung of Vine Grovo on tlio PJIlt inst Mr J For sate by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky Gieone SiminOns to Miss May Murphy product tho best prices lifo of unalloyed happiness will hcctirofor their The hotels were all full at Ilardinsbur Whiles Cieam White ermilugo is tlio both of Klizifbcthtown obtainable in tho Louisville market during tlio fair best worm Killer On Tuesday evening October 12 1K80 A cow belonging to Mr W G Singleton Gone Vest has discovered perpetual mo- Â¬ IIortllllVL About nt tho rcsidenco of tho brides mother Mrs gave birth ton calf on tho Lltb inst and to Romnns and countrymen lend tion in a churn Last Thursday night a valuable saddle Klniirn K Pirtlc in the city of Louisville one on the Kith inst This is a ritro occur- moFiicnds your cars nnd wo will endeavor to tell maro belonging to Mr Nat Hall of Liber- by ltov James Morris Mr Ocorgo Fdwtird rence and something that does not happen you of tho merits nf n mediciuo whoso Grcon apples nro plentiful nl most any ty Hall this county nnd on tho samo niuht Johnson to Miss Clara Pirtlo It unco in a hundred yturs praises aru to day sum by thousands prieu you nnme n valuable mnrc belonging to Mr Nut We do not romember nny young couple Hrnmoline the Great Dikii On tho 9tb Inst Mr J P Mc is Dr Marshall s Smith k Hoard liverymen did a lively Whitchouse samo neighborhood were stolIn whose future we felt ns much interest ns lllood Medicine If your blood is impuro business at tho fdir en Tho WMlcliouso timro bus a young wo do in tlio future of this loving pair Tho Nary Tunnel Hill r on the ISth inst Mrs nnd pimples cm or your face tako Hroinn K Ash Tunnel IIIIlon tho Kith imt ucnr colt which followed its dam for scleral groom is n young gentleman of unexcep lino If your Liver is torpid and refuses to Oaho Mcudor ennied olf moro bluo rib miles and was finally fastened up in barn n tional character and worth Modest bravo hliiibelhlowii Mrs Mury RMoore onlho perform its functions use Hrnmolino When boas thiyj unybody bv tho roadside ami left by tho thieves manly tendcraud true he is ouo of a mil- Dili inst of typho mnlnriiil fever Mrs Kin Iho whites of tho oyes turn yellow Iho skin ho loguesweut in tlio direction of tho lion A shooting cnllery is the latest addition Industrious and skillful ho is moro lino Humphroy noar Upton Station becomes flabby nnd tlead looking it is then Fulls of Hotuh with their equino booty than a printer lie is a typographical artist to town nmuscmcuts llunrock ountr time to bo taking foiiiolhinj that will giio and had crofsod Hough Creek at that point Tho fair young bride is not only possessed Tho Hawcsvillo Uallot Issues no paper ion tho Into of health Tlutt t omcthiug Is A now sower is boinjj put down on Wall PiiUiiy morning about tlirco hours nlicatl ol of tho outward beauty thnt attracts the eye this week Dr Marshalls Hromolincwlilch wu tell win street below tlio lovco a nurstitni linrtr that took up their trail but is full of the amiability sweetness puagent Trial Uusinrss in general is on the increase in lias no equal as a ciirattvo Why not nxlcnd your now pavement tp Thoy wero evidently makiii tor tho Ohio rity and inner beauty that leads tlio Jtidu- Sold by A bottles free Regular size river at Otvonsboro Up tolno time of go ineut n willing captive tho cornor Mr Fisher May tho choicest Lowisport nC lin R Fisher ing wu had not learned whether bldssiugs of heaven rest upon our young Tho Hancock court of claims wns in ses It is never in good taste for a hostess to thoy to press were overhauled or not frientli in their hand iiiJinnd and heart sion Monday I noil In Three WrckK TouiiiU On ot COVNUUPTIOV npologizo to Iter guestH umt linked to hcurt journey through life may Mr Taylor of Cloverport Intends open Mossrs Craddock k Co 1012 Hncn St Tlio fair didnt pan out very Inigoly Cutliollc UInvIoiim ill Ilarilllisburg their days be days of joy whilo youth lasts unit Clovcriiort It mad moiioy howovoiv Phihtdnlphin Pa and their joy survivo their youth nnd gild ing a blacksmith shop at Pcllville Hilltor Hrcckcnrldgu Now Plcnso send inn twelve their old nio with comfort trust nnd solaen Ikstikukxs Mr A Horcschutlzoa now liolol Huwcs Drini jour job printing to tliia oflico ami Please iiiinotiniu for us a mission to bo in each other is tho prayer of their old and ville isntpidly ncoring complfltiou bottles nf I 111 II JVMfs CvNSMIIS IsiUCA have it done neatly nml cheap given by tho Passionlst Fiithors to begin trtio friend who pons these lines one each of Pillsnud Ointment for iifiicnd greoubnek uxecutlve couimltteo of of mine who is not expected to lite und as Tho Sloan is supplying Ibq town with a good nt Hardiusburg on Sunday Noiombcr 7 Hawcsvillo Monday At and contluito to Thursday following article of coarat IU cants deliverctl On Tuesday mninitig at tlio residence of this comity met nt nine medicine cured me of ONSUM1- r i Cloverport the oxereisei commence on Friit I IWS Hill t Circuit court convenes ot Hawcsvillo next Iiiav Blllilll UIIVU U j i Out n J I tllller IIiiks AVugniik day Novumbor 2 and end Sunday No lliu bridus parents in Ilatdlp county Mr 1 grlned fifteen pounds while 1 Thomas II Rhodes of McDrtiilels this Monday with Judge LPLItllo in tho chair try them Iluliljilgn for Nitlu Clsnip 1 Our Catholics will observe that vember taking tho first thrco bottles and 1 Know it Tlio inclRls pnss dioro beforo duvlight tlm 1st Sunday of Novombur is given to county to Miss Susan Marriott of the Dikp On tlio 17th inst of lux tin in- Is just tho thing for him former county Attendants Miss Julia going tip nitd going down from 8 toll 6 nm of Mr Jiimcs A Itllim PcllHnidiiisburg nlid thoinission at Cloverport Ititbr of Snnorn nnd Mr J W Storms of fant daughter Respectfully J V HULL Lnwrcneobiirg Anderson Co Ky McDaniels Thursday morning tho happy ville ftabo Mcndor of Uig Silting took 78 ends tirtholnd Sunday 1 may add that probably lbq Fathers will Rev Mr Clniksnu hns been stationed nt young collide accompanied by Mr Slorms worth of pnyiiiutusiiMtio llnrtliusburg air This romedy speaks for ltsclf Ono bot give mfssiniia at Long Lick and St Marys and Miss Hitler took tho up packet at this Lottisport and Rov T G Fallen goes to Thero tle will suttsly tbo most skeptical Dont lionltrtto If- - Jtfur kidneys trOublo tho week following tlio 2nd Tuesday in No- - city for Lotiisvlllo ami oilier points above bcoiisviiio Is not u siimlo symptom of Consumption T J Jcnkish jou for Dvvh Kjdnkv Pad will suroly cmbcr Mar thoir married lifo contain long years Mr Honrv Priest nn Oliudovo in Hcmcn l lint It diou nntiliHulnnti nl mice nnd It will euro tl of happiness composed of months of pleas- rolha coal inlno near Hawcsvillo came break up n fresh cold in 21 hours fclflO Dr I IV Howard days of bjis Never fold n napkin and lay it back on Co very near losing Ilia lift last luestlay liy 0r pint bottle Address Ciil lUUHK Of Indintinrtolls Ind is nt the Clover ure made up of His injuries 1012 Raco St Philadelphia Pa tlio tablo It is only Intended to boused port Hotel whore ha can ho consulted for tho falllut of n luii o rock OIICO At tho lllviirmliln Hotel nro not considered dangerous tlio following diseases t Cancer Scrofula On Sunday tho 17th inst nt If you want to have a good nppotilo and Tumors Fistula in Anno Paralysis Old 11 It Williams II J Dakc W S Wolfr M Attn K p miry Kontpnr Tsaao Itosonbaiim Louis onjoy health tnkjtfjDr VUndjeys lllood Forcr Sores all forms of Female Dlsotsos residence of Mr A Horgschuliro vllle I Cutumlngs Derby Ind II 0 And Iho Refers WITH nnd Chroulo Diseases In goneral Searcher Huwcsvillo Mr Jncob Krelgcr to Miss to Messrs Harvey Houso J 0 Marlow and llrnndonbiirg J l HahnTP Rnlpt Cin Clara Rctllgerof Louisville on Thuriwhiv Kurlx UbiilMiigniindiliilohoflxfy Unncovjc enmity cinnati WH Roberts nl l if J T Marlow iho Till ltiIMr J J Huir Lyoiilu to 12 W IV M Reynolds ami wfo county fuel to Ids liicry stable tin tho east side of Miss Mollio McCarty Pollvlllo irii H Curriu Cooper First street HrnoKlvn Nj V Win Hammond Heckler WHOLESALE GROCEHS l While Caiiluin Carlton nml wife Huwcs- leading mlllijiier of Cloverporl Newport Jus P Clark Frank Srcfrlcd 0 AMI loftvoyotir orders with Jr lllabbsgo Tho weru out ridlnu lost Wodncsditv oven showing litis week sotnu Novelties In Mil- Lewis nnd wife II Urown S II Pale Har for tho Louisvillft daily papers Courier 1 loose horsolp attempting to pass ihnm linery Ooods Ornaments of every doscrlp dinsburg Jus Jnrrctt Jhs II Lay lugn Journal nml Uommorclal tltn lillt lion Fcalliors Flowers Halls nnd Tassuls SiophfMisnort I N I Slirader Haniuol Dav sit ttj Cunt finiitftil tn lin wit ruiil 4Q Walnut St bet So ond and Front i it ir ltov V P Thomas filled tho pulpit liero In now Hlyloi tlirowln Mm An elegant nsuiriinqnt of ton cv iiioitii tho tdilclo Hiinday night forjlcv S C Aluliwliu is Honnots nml Huts In all tlio loading styles vllloi Jno D Atlkins U W Ctirwilc Wil tjnrlioit out itvritXRfnrtiiiMtacaciipetliatl OINCIMVATI 0 n 01 Ho Carwlle Planters libit bulleriiu w1t ru tltroit of thy hjiiboii neitltcr wcin hujrt bootiJ u good marc Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Vessels A Uro ami Nl3WS niiiico putting mi a Thos Iowis will roin distillery on tlio old brewery lot in n lew days WEDNESDAY OCTOHER 27 1880 Dr Oakley of Detroit says Sellers Mtcr Pills uro ndmirnbly calculated for bilio sncss nml hoadnclio PERSONAL Dr Mftpnn says hn only Incks 0110 llilnt Mt7ll WttrficMuf ImiIm lltr vrn In tlio to tnnki lit til Riiptomrly happy in bis now ctly fttmtny home titat is Ills doney Mr Tulm Hntclictt unit wife of IIciitoroti Messrs Charles niid Thomas Holder think nro Itl tlio city tltpy linvu a big bonanza in a coal niino llnli Wllkcratm It out hrhii nflrr fuurlccn on their piece ol laud near tuwn wek nf Cover CI1111 May it Uro have a contract with MIm KnteTnc1ionnr IImycd Hie lit lilting nn OncnsboiO llrui to furnish t limit sixteen 1 MrII Murniy hundred ten hoop iron bound whisky bar BllEOKEXMDGte Tim IlttnllliNlntrft Iulr Muilii- IiulyM llnok for ovoinler BIG SPRING Darleys Is full or Interesting hinltcr It Is getting too cool In this country for fneilo pencil gives us another sceno from They linio ail omtgrntcd to Dickons works Lllllo Nell nnd her grnnd- - the darkles fiilirr csenping from tho fair Tho old Indiniia whero tlicy will dwell until the Wittft The luryll ami most tttlnulivt Full Opening of KewOooils is now go ing oft tit tlit cstaliliHlimunl ot v WITT SUCCESSORS l POLLIA TO d A WITT HARDBJ3SBU1G3 KY Mil f A AVITT litis just rctttriiL tl from JiOiiisvillc niul Ciiicin nnli where he hiv inntle very large inireliatcs at extremely low prlces for casii WE INTEND TO GIVE OUH CUSTOMERS THE ADVANTAGE Of THESE LOW PRICES liy giving you large returns for your money anil JT Iiwn Â¬ II T F eoninletelv that von Uill look to usTor 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 M m hat von need Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 1 WE WAIT YOUR TRADE Weve got the Goods and we want to sell them at a very small adÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 vance above cost So there in no um in your passing our Iiou e for any other Our motto is The Large t Amount of Goods for the Leant Money 1 Â¬ 1 I You Have Only to try Us to be Convinced WiTT fc Â¬ PULUAiW ti nl3 tf Â¬ Â¬ y OOOPEE BLACKSMITHS AND DEALERS - BEHEN IN ALL KINDS OF AP3D WAGONHAKERS Â¬ Â¬ 1 AeRICULTURAL CLOVERPORT KY SiiPLEiiil J Â¬ Horse shoeing done hv the Uet lloie shoer in the State We make the eelebrated JJOSS WAGON mi well known to the trade We guarantiee our work as first class ii every particular and for new work and job work are the lowest to give us a call before going cl ewhcre nlS ly It Â¬ V will be to your interest BEHEN COOPER The Great Saddle House of ir Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VQ M- - b With the Largest Variety of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ addles eaisuSj k mm Stock of a mm Sis t Â¬ that can he seen this side of Louisville COLLARS Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ If Clltii is full and conrplete His immense sales for tire past year warrant j the assertion that his is the Cheapest House to An examination of his he found anywhere Â¬ Â¬ 1 llt Â¬ Â¬ stock and prices will insure continued confi- Â¬ dence of all his former patrons and induce ma- Â¬ ny others to recognize his as the only house con- Â¬ ducted upon the principle of mutual henofit to Â¬ buyer and seller H A 01HH Â¬ STAB MILLS H A OELZE ILOUH 0 P BABBAGE a l oiizi BRO Proprietors BUlJIUU AT THK IOWUST lr Â¬ OLOVJ3KPOUT KY MKAfc ASH lHKD AIWAVfl ON HANI AND OASH lUIiIIS Â¬ vo iCOUNISSIM MEIICIIAm Wedtiesday utvrnllit riruliiJ ul Vy Thursday Friday and Saturday Itrlc Uurj nf fur Wliunt Hutlsfuctlon Kiiarronlcvt In H rnitf Wo Iito wliu cumo tu mill from a Ulttunio nuit ilinlro to rvwitln JUAOKLZE A UflO iMijrrniii iJ HtuMo tor Ilia maiiimmlitliiti lllciott Mrtct lrioo lutl frcuuf 1 J jAdiuu ailA jJJSJ- L- J -- - M t Ld -- 44 U iiniMHi i iMmiMjiiGmmjiujuL j iuiu tj jmk il ton wnifmvnrna v u -- 1ST vwa v 1 - 4 HESi X V v The ciuisc if lliut omission probably is tlint a repiibliciin house under tin lew of Mr Onrliuld voted stuudlly uttninst n priipuitloii brought In by Mr Lynch of Mitine to luko tho InriiTullnf nil nrllclci which enter Into the construction of Vhlps tlint is to nllotf i drawback on all sucli nrtidcsso that wo inlht compete with foreign nntiutiH In shipbuilding uud thus that American Industry miht be protected but probably thitt party consider tlint the less xnM nbout the comlitlnit uf our altlp bullillti nml commerce the butler There In however one thought of thii election tlint isuivinz me grant HAlisbtctiuii 1 hiivii been citdcnvorini fur soniq jenrs to Impress upon the country tlint iniitiufiictur its excrcixu undue Influence over their em ploye which wccnll in Mnmnchiisclleiv ilixcil bulldozing but not with the success which the iinpnrlnm c of the subject ilc liminl And now tlmt this species of in tlinidntiiitiluis importcil itself into the west ern nnd middle Muted unil is relied nn by the republican1 In carry those slntes it will nerve to open thu eye of Iho country lis to tlm ilaimers to the liberties ol the people when nttcmpl1 nrc made in nuy form to control their honest convictions as to their UW lroe votes either by saying tlmt in case one par In Memory ot ty is elected the cllocl nl tlm election mil be that the employes will lose their employ Â¬ Mliis Jnnnna lllgilon who tlrpnrlcd thli life ment or if they vole in a given direction huiiilny Scplcnilicr 5 uf coniiiuipllon Ilo cnlin I pray tlice Mourn tlinu not niiniust what their employer is pleased to Icutly dry thy wccpltg oyes think is hi inleriMt they will he discharged Fur she l lint itcatl tul slcrnlli This however will work its own cure by In n wurlil Iteyuml the sides the formiitinu of a norkinguiens party by Cslinly like thciutnincr hrcetcs which the workinguiuii both north and south ln sct licr spirit from thy ilRht will unite themselves ngninst this sort of And m Joyfully thou wilt mcft her bulliloiiig as they nre uhlcuiiv lime to do Sonic itity In tlint Iniul of llht when the proper moment nml the proper Her soul Is resting Muiirn thou not leader comes In a norhl with nngels now Noer nnin will slisiles cif sorrow SPRJNG Â¬ Â¬ another uf fret hlps Concluded rnmi Kirrt 1itgo plunk in tin tinciiiimli pint form Mn t0 w IlirmpM nro ttinking coiuutlernblo pro urrss Willi llieir whent A much larger acreage will be sowed this fall than was lust lhro is n fair sprinkling uf oak and hickorynut must in this locality with nbiiu Will prncllcn his profession In nil thocourls of llreckenrldgo nnd mljolnlng coun dnuco of the latter So come over irls Prompt attention vlll bo ties and wc will go n nut hunting given to nil clnlms placed In Miss Mnllic ynu must have moro com his liniuls for collection passion for leorge the next lime the c nlllily rt reasonable rates hide upsets while Indulging in a visit to Mammoth Cave Miss Sudic how iliil you feel nfter that fall Wc all thought the sehoolhnuso was cinlng lu I ilo sympathize with you Fodder pulling innking lasses nnd cutting tobacco arc in full bloom nt the pres- Â¬ AN I Hut very little of the latter crop was ent grown Examiner Forjrotoriilgc Connty We now have in progress n music class taught by Mr Frank 1ickcrill He is a OFFICE competent teacher North East Corner Wall nnd Elm Streets llirdio Dolly Kcpsy Jypsy nnd Wild Hose where nrt thou Iet us n2l ly Clovoriiort ICy We like to read hear from you nil again your newsy letters Hon 1 Froctnr Knott delivered one of his eloquent nnd patriotic speeches nt lcitchliehl on the 27th ti It which lasted DOCTOIlH IIKIilIMt His competitor wns two and a half hours I suppose he had enough of CUPPING BLEEDING not present cn cf JCBABBAGE Attorney at Law cloverportky Fmn js uijuaib o s LITERARY REVOLUTION and Li uM Â¬ MgaiM hjrelltnts Caticor - mam p imim ourttfe Joiit TT TtiTKriBiriiitSr ft I ft Miiri umii t UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDGE All KncvoloDtCtliit ill 20 Vols llllV lMieVclimuwliM 1 n peerless remedy for Scrofitlit Uhlto EryHlncIas John W Eaitt Â¬ Attorney at Law Sjnfillfs Tnmor Chronlo Sore Cnrbnncles Halt JMiciitn Mnlnrln 111 long Complalntii nud nil diseases Indlcntlnp nn Itnimro Condition cf tho Hlood This Jrnml Jtcmcdf Is n comnoiiitd or vegetable- oxtrnct tlio or which nro NY1WA1UKIMA clilcr nnd STITiLINUIA Tlio curM cITerted hr SCOVIIilS r00I AND UVJJR SYHUP nro nbsolnto nnd their record Is ttndlsllgtircd b failure for salo by nil iiruglsts MUTTS tivtr 16000 13108 10 nor cent more Kfurlicliini inililiilwil in tliin ctilllltrv mill JtiHucuffeit Mail and Express Jiouis wiltl linnilwHiicIv anil well bountl in clotfi Air 10 in half niorocco fir 15 nnd priitlcil n line heavy paper wide niiirnin bound in ImlflvtiH lorall way fitfi lings lietwecn Ioulsrllle nnd siii ilt top for 20 an entorpriw ho extraordinary tlmt its micceMt be Â¬ Hcmlerson trie elegant nml fleet steamers yond all precedent in book ptibliislllngv limy be fairly claimed to iimugii Ore Eagle Rainto and Jat Guthrie rato a Literary Revolution Passing Cluverport ono down nml uno up Jaly Tin LimtAitY ok UvivkmsaI KN07kiku is a reprint entire of tbe ltiHt 1870 Kdinbiirirli edition of Cliambersrf Eneyeloptedia with A Mi of the Popular MnKnzlncx Iho lnn about 10 per cent ol new matter added upon topics of npeeialrintcrost ulnr Novels tho Illuslrnlcd nnd Fmnily to American readers thnsjiiakinjr ft ccflltll in ehaiwtur to any Kimilar Weeklies the Stnndnrd 1oetfl the Stntitl work better than any other suited to the Wants of those who consult nrd Histories Iliblcit Hymn Ilooks Son Uookn School llookn Copy Ilooks Slates works of reference and altogether the latest Kircycloptedia in the field Stntionnry every tiling in iiliort UNimlly Specimen Volumes in cilhor ntyle will bo gput for cxnittfiWtW rth prbilcuo of kept In a lirst class Hook nnd Notion Store t MliflHiff - LiuuiaiHLiLir nnunnnnfiu nifinnm tiirj k rsiipM iiim nrNiihii n limns mini iiniiai nillti llllltlcr tllllll will be found ut HAEDINSBURO 1 I oirecl Lloverport ivy Hubbubs IW i JOHN SENDEE LIVER PILLS Tho CLOVSRFORT EGRESS SMITH BEARD Proprietors Dreit Calbutic Vcgttabls Regulator TOOTH PULLING HAIR DYEING ETC CUSTOM KIIS ATTKNHKII Tit AT AM HOURS Corner Wall and Elm Streets over Bow- mer Hambletons Store firTuvicU Haturs Mugs etc strictly dean ami work tlono In tlio most appro ol Patronage solicited manner N McC ROOMS ThV prevent grtptng of the Jtotcrtt Xley remove hlle from tho Mood They purl fif and Invigorate tlu Jlotty Xhcy cure all villain eomplatnti J7iej rectify torpidity of the Zlccr Tlxty give tone to the Stomach Loaves Hardln hurg for ClorerMirt on Monday Wednesday and Friday of each week I letej Clovcrport for Itardlnsliurf every Tuesday Wednesday and Saturday Connects at Clover port with tho boulsvlllo and Henderson mall lino steamers Persons desiring conrcynncc can bo Hccointnodatcd Kxpress huslncss promptly attended to Poland A Hmitii f wsm D1II DUlnPPn illll lilllilUM SLOANS COAL MINE Ilnvlne opened my Coal Mine situated nn the Hartford rond seven tulles from Hanesvllle nnd six miles from Clovcrport I am prepared MERCER JAS E STONE Jr Instantly ilcstrorsWOItMS and Is recommended by physicians as tho best WOltM MUDICINU llG J they can plow for wheat Mrs Achilles Moorman is very sirk but I am glad to hear this morning thai she is improving Mr V I Hlgei of kVyfovillo Mo Crowning them with nngcls love J formerly nf this count is visiting friends Witch them nil along their psthnay and rchtives in this vicinity CJnlilo them oer lifes rugged ten Mijssr fas I irbin Ohm Ilnrduwny mid He a star wlio c licnius will light them John Thorn bury took in the exposition this On Into eternity week has thinks seriously of going into Ye stricken one forget your grief the top business Onlctlv she fleil to heaien Mr Dm Flora of Hill Jrove Meade Where parting words ar hcird no more county was in town this week Wo thought And no firencll words nre eiven you cOnu on biz Dii Dont fool us nny I know she dwells among tho blest more Among the holy women of uM i Forget jour grief youll meet again Henry I ivall of Nolin Hardin county In the glorious upper fold is visiting his father Mr Iouis Duvnll in AltUYIK our town tf- - v Ltl II ur iwwcii 01 i exns is visiting ms PLANTERS HALL K Cahlwcll brother Mr One of our pugilistic citizens who strikes This section is blessed with a fine mast straight fnru thu shoulder IncMed his miii white oak pin oak and in fact quite a vn the other diy aul from thu looks of his riety of nil kinds eyes one would judge that ho was struck by Com quite good and pretty well matured a sin ill sized hurricane shook up in un Tobacco nil cut and housed Wheat ow earthquake or blown up by a volcano ing has coiuiniiiccd in good earnest nud One of our gool citizens who has been we uuticipnte that an nvernge ncrcage will considerably over irnyini says on good be Konvd authority hit thu Howling Secdtick will Our lit t lo debating society hnsjust been gut one vote out ol every twenty in thai organized We hope lo Inn e unite nn in county and if he ci i get one out of every teresting time this winter We hnvu se forty in H eckenridgu county with the re lected our lenders in the persons nf Rev publican convention fi I lolly to back V Mnthcws and Prof Willis Carwile who film they will have to import or resurrect wn think will lend ns gallantly on to battle ilium and to victory nnd thereby develop the tal Mr Itll Kich ir lrn our rami- f irlidil ent of our community merchant was in town Sunday on the hunt Our young folks are getting nlong finely of n pirtnur ciusej by press of business Miss Sullie says this is truly a world of signs of the times hi prospects grandeur nnd beauty but how much more From the arc gvnl as ono of our young ladies says beautiful when I can wear the victorys hhe is a goo cook or clerk either Miss K says you way crown Amen Mr Dllirnett of Vine Jrove and spenk of the beautiful rivers nnd stream H ICaye of touslantine Mr were in lets hut the grandest nnd most beautiful of town Sunday nil is tbn lake not hike Michigan though but tlm longer I write the Inter it gets so Mrs MeCjus is visiting her father you see I will have lo close hoping to hear Mr i S D nvell in this county Veil Midor an T I Howaril our from all correspondents soon Yours very Jiv Hum worthy merchants have received a large lot respectfully of notions from Cincinnati this week Come early nml see how cheap they sell COUNTY DIRECTORY Inn lotnber IJth of congestion nf the lungs Manoih infant son of lesso nnd Ma ria Urkuu neI year months and CIUClIT COUKT 1 days IfKKTS KIIIST MOMMY IX Jtrilll AXIl irTOnFR M ssn M Otb im an W Klingle lion T It Meilealh udie- - lion W It funith uru the live clerks ut Meadors where Ilaynes Commonwealths Attorney US Skill they can bis found at any time day or night V Ilalilmgc Mn ttr Commis man Clerk sioner C W Moorman Sheriff ready to wait on customers COUNTY COUIIT II ive you heard the news Sonny has Xo comeback Siv carrv the news to vntTs Tiiinn miMitv is mm month Whoa Kmnii well choru Milton Hoard Judge I P Jolly Clerk j AY And remember ilia big races here com K llarncs Attorney inviicin November ID uud continuing four QUAHTKUIY COUKT Ilig hop eicli night nnd baud of mil days Meets fourth Mondays In March June Pen mu for lliu racelield Come all you who tcmlier nnd December love line music and dancing COIItT OK CIiAIMS IlllHllMVS Meets Third Monduys In January nnd No A 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ 1 1 1 1 1 Â¬ Farmer nro smiling It is raining and There with the glorious hlooil wrhed hsnd Htnnil sho near the grcnt iridic throne Joining In the heavenly anthems Chanting hymns for Christ alone Hiilntil spirit dost thou crcr Turn from thy Lrlght home shove lining on the lingering loved ones Full upon her noMe hrow MERGERS STONE ATTORNEYS AT LAW to sell AT wiioixsam AND BETAIL dellt crcd nt the mine nt the Innest llvtnt rates My coal Is pronounced 1y good Judges tti ho equal to tho best Pltlsbur1i coal Those who use it onco becomo my regular customers iiahimmniuim kiinticky nly l WSbOAN Will practice In the courts of IlrcckcnrMgc ami adjoining counties Prompt and personal attention given tn all bu lness entrusted us nll ly J for MAM and BEAST For External and Internal T7so P NOONAN with Tho Greatest Pain Kclievcr of tho Ago All persons drawing a pension and wishing to npply for nrronragci under Iho new law can hnve their papers Mxed up correctly on Inmler alo terms by calling on tho undersigned at his place of business In Clovcrport nSOtf JNO C I1AI1IIAOE business now beforo tho public You can make money faster nt work for ns than at any thing ele Wm Caidtdl not twinl will start you 12 n day and upwards made nt home by the Industrious Men women boys nnd girls wanted everywhere to work for us Now Is the time You can davota nmr wll time to the work or only your spare moments No other business will pay you nearly ns well in uno wining in worn can Mil to mnko enor Â¬ mous pay ly eugaglng nt once Costly Outfit nud terms free A great oplmrlunlly for mak Â¬ ing money easily nnd honorably 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STOIIIMIOOM situated near tho Stoiimboit liindiiigou thcrlterfront Wishing to change locution It enn liobiulntn Bargain A goml eliuneo for a merchant or hotel keeper For particulars address mo ut Stephensport Kv It S A SHOP D 165 Â¬ Â¬ Waiters old stand whero bcexpects to keep constantly on hasilsnll Muds J M Wchh in P FAULDS 9 Louisville Ky from 200 lfj from from 40 from 25 1 from from - 2 from 1 from front - 1 from 7 from from 2 from 8 from front 00 00 00 00 50 50 00 25 25 50 Stoves - Tinware nil Kinds of ftvdrM sitoA Fourth Ave i Farming- Implements and Notice to Dealers and Farmers Warners Safe Kidney and Lirer Cure Wo nro prepared to uiiiko llbernl ndvnnco to Dealers and Farmers on Tobacco for Shipment to New York Wo nro receiving very satisfac Â¬ tory returns from our shipments lv no tely et cry V V DUNCAN mull SONS nSfi Am PJAXOS ORGANS PIANOS second hunil UUUAiNS socoiul IOIII1S to to liaiK Farm Machinery such ns Plows Hoes nnd all Kinds of Uenairs Plows nml Machinery for HAY RAKES lloth ltevolitriK and Fulkv Drills r orghum Mills Pumps Wheat Metal lc and Ilahtilt Ac All Kinds of Hardware such as Clips Holts Harrow Teeth Wilson Hmly Irons llrcnstChnins Hoes of all kinds Mlieel Harrows Ac Ac Ac lie Is the only mini in llrcckcnridc county who can supply the Illnbclea iintl AII IUftuer Uier and Urinary Dlarnae ttJJTestlnionlals of tba btbcst order in uroof orthose statements Cil Kor tho euro of Diabetes call for War ners Stars Ulnbelm Cnrr wror tho euro nrilrUiita and the other diseases call for lVmnrHi mjiTm and UrcrCare WARNERS SAFE BITTERS ItISthebestDtaoftlnrlflr andstlmuUlAc every function to mora healtbful actluu and la thus a benefit In all diseases It cures Ncrvifuloua and other nkln Emp Uona and Dlitmsea including fauMM sou eera and other Wore h fCouallpnllmi UrnUneaanrtheSItomiu Itlzxlnraa tirnrral Uebll Hr etc nre cured by the Warn Blllera It la unequalodasauappetlieraiid regular tonic A vegetable preparation and the on It an re rvmt djr In tfie corll for llrlffbla ulunw CStiitars JJanjos Actioitlcons WITH Flutes Cornels KKENIKEJANSZEN WHOLESALE GROCERS French Harps Piano and Organ Stools Piano Covers Violin Strings tier set Isieila Aiutwra ut unmm munm 46 Walt tit SI 112 AM Guitar Strings u 50 50 50 GO Champion Machine and its repairs lariiierr Man for every thing they want and still expects to scl them all they reipi ire ut the tery lowest vaali Ho is well known us tho liRiires Quickly rIvos nwt and Klcrii to the suflsrinr cures II alarlio and Nruralrlto prevents ipllcillrFUanlul relieves Nervouarros-tratlou brought on by exceMtvo drink over Â¬ work mental shocks and other causes lowerftil as It Is to stop pain and soothe dis- Â¬ turbed Nerves It unver Injures tho system Whether taken In smaller lame doses jjotties or two sizes imces OOc and IOO Tonila WARNERS SAFE NERVINE inu jimjs ii Of ouc aim BJUV rm CIC1NITI bet Second and Front to to to to to to to to to to to to to 1000 00 00 00 250 00 150 00 12 00 20 00 12 00 f 00 25 V 00 60 00 I 50 15 00 20 00 1 00 1 50 Dr HD Cosby J Hu psrinanriillv located in Hnrilinsburg Ky to prncllcn his profession with office nt A Witts Store nl 4m The nbnvc price will bo found Lower thnn elsewhere fn this country conjOderinu tlint hverv Atticlo is STWCTJA FIKST CLASS and every inslruincnt rocs fullv tinr I hnvo n Specinl ilopnrtinent for filling countiy orders nnd tho same cnreftil rnnleil ntlcntinii will be jjtven to the order lor the smnllcsl jiieco of music ns to the most costly CiiKcrui liniio nud my immense slock embraces KVEIIY thinpperlninini to musio Special Card Are WARNERS SAFE PILLStVir an tnlmedlata ttssr biiiI cute Cestlnatis Dnaapila BU- loaansss BUIsas Dlar raaa Malaria rtvsr aaa jtu and should wSm and nctlvn atlmiiln A CUSTER We Custer pcoplullutter ourselves that wn have thu boss business little town of its xiis in the county Wc hate two dry goods Mores two blacksmith shops and one boot Kvery thing is nourishing nnd shou shop Tlm fanners weru rejoiced oter the recent ruin ns it guyo them tho anxiously waited for opportunity to sow wheat dig potatoes and get ready for tho fair Mr IVinl and Miss Ada Richardson miii and daughter of Mr Thomas Richardson have been very ill but I am pleased lo learn urn coiitalescing now Our district school couiiuenced hist Mon day Mr leorgo Whitehead is our leaclier He is a nice young man nnd well qualified to teach nuy good ciiiiiiiion school Horglmm lasses making is nil the go now Those girls are sweet ones They say they wish Hancock would he ducted for ho is their mail Here too girls Say girli tlio weathers gelling cool nnd tho color of your noses indicates that you Von must wear more nnd wanner clothing neednt care about your form or thu color of your stockings for who will euro how you look when wu nro ready for u hop I am twenty onu years old dont cheiv tobacco nor get drunk but drjuk coflVn and work hard nud I am a candidato lor mat rimony If this badly written umuuscript ithnulif hu published nud any girl in thu broad circulation of Tin IIiiiCKCvuiimik should like thu description I have given of myself shu will pleusu send mu her Â¬ Â¬ veinlier Cull undsec him heforeyou Iniy elenhero lliauKlii you lor past lators llespv nil J I MlUiint UsVUUHIH ecr School Commissioner veyor lliirtey lruiiineldCoronerNMcMcr Ien COUNTY OITICIIKS CnshmiiD Assessor J II Hoard Sur- Â¬ THE be used whenever tbo Dowels ao not operate freely and reaiilarlr a lit Ur nib repairs all Soms rr IksrMifa rk Irif 15 eta a bit Wuur1 iUb HantSlM w Mts i Uritiu a itubrs la SltSIt FRANK BARTLES in Â¬ Â¬ o -- Louisville Commercial IS TIIK Â¬ posroiTiciiWDonussr Cloverort Coiiimontreilths Attorney Ieltclilield Jailer llurelusliurg Cireiiit Judge IellelilMdl Circuit Clerk nnd Mauler Commissioner lliinlltisuurg tlheritf PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE CniitiiSim the ItTisT MilVS trsms allII Ilirlo of ln Uorlil vllli Vnl- it b If liiroriiiiilloii Ilion All liifklloiiN or lliu Hay Tin Cnutiniritl TRADE MARK TlIK IrvpHeiar N T E00UE3TEE rr ruUtt C7H S frrsar HHWamerCo TllaMUk Hay Com 0at3 Apples Potatoes Cabbage and Eggs UOUOHT AND nni t iiviiii 80IU 1OH CASH A-GtIE CltViitlOUT -- A KY R Dzs tjE3e WXTT 3STT FOR THE CELEBRATED IXID - - c- 2f Nis ullress 1 11 Iltuu GRAYSON SPRINGS Huh for Muino nml thu ilumocrucyl Wu liive htiil ruin in nliiiiiliiiicc nnilnru keeping u close hxikout fur luck Frost has formed n Nes Comb nation thit encompasses tho world with tele grnphiu fucllllles tar In ndvanec of nny News With its piper eter published in tho South CIOVKKlOHT large line of Press Dispatches and Special Tel Â¬ M K Cuuiicii South Bcv S Allen egrams and a full and nble Corps ol IMltoriul Pastor Preaching every 1st 2nd nnd Ithtinb Writers Beporters nnd Correspondents it will baths at 1 a in and nt night and every 1rd give all the Nuns of tho World promptly and Prayer meeting every accurately nnd in suib ilmo ns trill cnnblo Silibnth ut night Thursday night Sunday School every Sab- - its remlers lo keep well abreast of Iho limes bath nfternoon chronicling facts ns they are developed and ex Â¬ Holts Bottom Prwcblng every 3d Sabbath hibiting them clearly nnd fearlessly lct nil at 11 n in who w nt tlio nens during the Presidential Bov HT Tnmiiton Pas Â¬ Cnmpalgn which promises to bo Iho most Inter- Â¬ IltiTisTCuiiirii tor Preaching every 2l nnd t t li r ubbath ut esting nud Important fur many years subscrilio II am ami at night Pravcr meeting every ni unco inr mi iomukucml Wednesdiy night undny School orcry Sab Â¬ bath morning rIUTIOX 10 0 Iter S Ii lltiM preaches tho 1st Sunday In One year by mull postpaid Uno ear by mall Including Sunday Is each month nt Holts llottom 2d nmMth Sun Â¬ sue 12 nil days at StephciDport and Id Sundiy nt liar Six moiitlis by mall postpaid 6 00 fllnsburg ulpijil Thr eo mouths by mall 2 75 PiosiivTnittv CntRfii Bov J II MoDon null Pastor Presehlng every Ilrd 1 25 nt It a m nnd at night Prayer moeting Uno copy ono year postpaid CliiiipulKii llni for Wiflily tvety Siililiith at IllilU it in Suudiiy Sihool etery Sabbith nt 0 u in To Clubs of 10 or more ono year post Â¬ paid if I ml por copy CATiifitir Ciifiiru lluv T J Jenkins Pas tor Servlee every 1st Snlibnlh and on Mon Â¬ Six months postpaid in per copy Three months postpaid day after thu trd Subbjlh in vtery mouth 25 per copy nMKlin CHURCH DIRECTORY itAYtssiixitic tuuiciM IllKJIT Bn TRADE is f U01010 lulling euro for Seminal All il li itmn IlruKiiv MRK WenkncssSpcr uiutorrheoj Itn- iHitcncy anil nil Diseases thatfol ly CO USQ OHAME To niukn Money Ilnplilly uud Iuv tliv toiiuUutlou for u I ortiiuc GOOD- - BUCKEYE MOWERS SEZ-i-IBIITXDEIS- REAPE IriW -- It 4 j - A B F Averys Steel Plows - DIIIV ns loss of memory Inlvorsal Lassitude Pnln lu thu Back Dimness of Vision Prematura Old Age nun many oilier Diseases tlint load to In- Â¬ sanity or Consumption nnd n Prematura Oruvc particulars In our pamphlet whlob we ileslro to scud free by uinil to every one XfTlio Spoelflu Mcdlciiio Is sold by nil druggists at jl per puckugo or six packages for 65 or will bo scul treo by malt on tocclptof tho money by ad Â¬ laKnElfJVu After vvi vi uiuj TakW o dressing viikiy jition No lu Mechanics ii37 ly XII i fillAY nRDICIM Block Dktuoit Mirii imVkkjSiHl Wfi jfeP JPJlSjai try Beachs Improved Klcclrlo CO 30 UAYS I HABDINSIIlIBdCIItnMT Iter W W IitxniTii Poilor Hanliiisliiirg Preaching overy 4th Sabbath Hew YorklFURNITURE MANUFACTURER I II a in and nt night Class meeting etery Maine Irno to Iiit inotln ilirocts thu tide Pay good prices lor punuay Mliooi overy ISali runnaiu morning of victory Let Iniliniiti ilo likowinn billi ufternoon Prayer meeting orcry Wed Â¬ WALNUT LUMBER AND LOGS Nona in nesday night in very litlln HicknrHH Thcro Oakland Preaching overy lib Sabbath nl I tin liiinicilinlii vicinity with tbn nxccplioti Cor I lib Ave t Vermont St Hvans p in Sunday School at 2 p in Prayer meet OiniK of soinii few hulo uni uliilh vllle Ind lug overy Sabliuth night Molt St Now York Quite n coinpllitiunt MInh Fnniiio Ml Ion Preaching overy 1st Snldmlh at II Main Omen JirCorroponilcnco In Icrmannud Kngllsln ihiyouyet ot lone a m Class meeting every Istnnd liSnbballi Miss Mollin 11 Pleasant Drove Preaching every 1st Kali noiiif allien ffiilin comes no mure or bus ho i v bath at I p in risumeil his visits Webster Preaching overy 2d Sabbath ut II i my authorised ujjont for this district Miss Miiinio MoCliiro of IWiel Ithlj p ii iii7im and nl night Union Star Preaching overy ltd Saturday wits vltiltliiK frioniM In Ibis vicinity lust I en Miys comu uyaiti rruver meet it m iiiKiii aim ruiiuia n nl week Ing every Thursday night Miss Minnio Shrttvaborry of Smith Cur Stephen Krt -- Preaching every Id Sabbath rnllloii is this tvfnk the ucst of her sister ulghl In tho Brick House Miss Fiinnio Shrewslu rry Mrs Hctllo Homl of New Miivun is vis PHILADELPHIA PA HKCltCT SOOIBTIW illni relnllves In this vieinily a ClulliliiirllloiiMii III ni bodge Nn Ill Stat Miss Mutliii Mullmll of Ilnnlin county ed inootlugs 2ml Monday and dth Saturday In firlcu Is In this vicinity visilinu rrhitirrs ami Mr each month W B White W Mi W W Dr lloo Suits Mudo In Order Sutlsfuclion is pnjiiiK her hi visits Hilly J Smart H W T J I Woods J Wt Judge 1 guiiruuleed in Kit Stylo nud Price Samplu Johuson Truss K llocds and Prices oien for the inspection of Iho 0 Bahbago Sixiyi A Mr Clmrles Durbln nml tvlfe nf Sonorn UABBAfiK T Ilayncs Slewnrd and Tyloy I A BSklllmun Trade J wt ro visilina Mr Henry Horrell lust week 8 lf M It Taylor J D Special Agent Mr I hitsu liiigcriuji Uiavusu which will fiDt 1 riiiimi MKCHUUCH H HERRMANN triaii energy Kpongo Belt If yoii ttould regain health strength WITHOUT THEUSEOFPRUqS whUh wo scud on trial Agents wall tod Addross W C BEACH St Johns Mich o necu t50 Cm ricncrnl merchants nil kinds of dealers agents and farmers make money by having In posset slon tho MANirrACTUBKItS CABINET Thousands of dollars are paid toinauufnclurcrs for machinery Imidomeuts Ac on which vnu could secure n good commission by securing tbo Manufacturers Cabinet ah iirsi cwM mnciiiiics1 nnuy imptoments unil warrnnted to civc sntialnetifin n-- Many manufacturers piiv as much n ono ownmnho of WAGONS n nu III HFs nre Kept iuiiv tip tlnirstnnilnrU iiiruiirauiiiiy nti ii tro Wn cull spocrul attention lo the Kurio Clipper Plow which hns third to Hirsons who send I fie m customers To aervico citcn uni enable persons lo oasily find customers for nil vcrsnl anttlsfiictioti wherever sold DJCIv WITT still iniintnins liix repulntion nil biiinK kinds of machinery nud In reach the best man Â¬ the IIohV Homo Shoer of this section Wo nro iiruiiIn for et Only Firat chm Ilngc- ufacturers is tho object of the Mamtactukkhh MnL a jt n Hold in this ninrkct to ice our joods nnd our price bofbro bnrlnx IMMNKT iliousanils hare become wealthy by in it ill ja this means Those In possession of the Culduet eisowucru get all tbe fpunmlsslons Over two thousand ditTcront mnchlncs articles Implements Ao nre named In the catalogue Through many years dealing and corresjiondlng with agents nnd manufacturers wo have seen the need of the Cabinet and now offer It on easy terms We furnish tbe Manufacturers Cabinet a Begister of 200 manufacturers Cutaloeuei and Circulars of manufacturers and 1000 circulars printed with purchasers names advertising all ol1 kinds of machinery Ao and send nil by Kx press lo any point fur 500 Tho manufactu Â¬ rers nre tho best In tho United BUtos Tlio Cabinet Is gotten up In tbo Inlorost of the agent only and any ono can commence a munoy ma Â¬ king business nt onco ouareccpt of IheCablnot Descriptive circular sunt nn application Address J B CHAPMAN Madison Ind lii 8t JL s The Indiana Walking Cultivator The Thomas Meikle Standard Plowsv riu M i SULKY HAY RAKES OF ALL KINDS lseia itttt J rxir EWUT Wall SryirBss til 1 Trade to my Fall Stock of I beg leave to call tho attention tm A GENTS NECK WEI JD ioviii 1 Jacob Reeds Sons thioiili clianeo lo make money n person in every to take subscriptions for largest cheapest nnd best Illustratod fnm y liulillcntion In tho world Any ono can bo- como n iiiccossftil agent rilx elegant wotks of art given ireo to auiiscrlbcrs The price Is so low tlmt almost every body subscribes One agent reports taking 120 subscribers in a day A lady ngent reports making over 200 clear profit In ten days All trim engage mako money hist Ynu cull dorjito all your tluiotu the busi Â¬ ness or only your ijuru tlmo Ynu noed not lo awny from home over night Ynu ran do s well as others Full directions nml terms Illngiint nnd oxpuuilre Outfit free five If you want profllublo work sund us your nddrois costs nntlilng lo try the business I Htonco it I i si mi irii iriin i u t if iiiii Inn frn inn ur Address llKwiiu STOaoy A-- Co Iwtlina I i Mi- m GLD1 It Will Pay You 14 buys tbo celebrated F N Blluy Holld tillvcr AVntob milck train expansion bilmice sunk second Itailroad Wutoh Will wear long er and give belter satisfaction thnn any other They nro warranted to run null cold mnko ur hot wet or dry Call nnd look at them A largo stock of Clocks Rllvorware Hold Icns B ectacles Ialost Deilgns In Jowclry Kings etc A 11 llneofVlollnsdultursBows Rtrlngs eto etc tbe best In the market Agent for Improved Weed nud Itomlngton Rowing Mil chinos All kinds nf Noodles and Oil Honing Aiaoiunes repsireu fancyl ami nam Wlatlon 1 I I rt Â¬ New and Nobby Styles very attractive and mado of extremely fine goods Favor mo with an early examination 33 Wall St Cloyerport Kv BABBAGE mrv iiiisi tl on c r write to Moir -- - rNUHUVloweler iti wii wv fi v Ktri vv i- ninac riitiiiisn iirinHi- - a a I - l Iij il i00 vim - Mju Cltitlrt THE NEWS IS THE ONIiY siiit Tttiiritilf iiiililihiliiifl I Ts ti sm m Oil iiMi nimcv tVIUUr CUCII llll 1011 JlH iiuvcriising ratCJ aro OXOVfdinKlV Week P0IC lwr s i n niiinii mui mil in itu ia fiil j0 por year iii 4 U1 I Tj IX