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SUUKClilPTION 15ATKS. 1 50 Ono cojiy, uno jvnr I Ocn copy, m m ntli ... 50 Duo cnpy, '.hrco iimutlis 'o InHctiun from .tlio.o rales umlcr any As wc are compelled s law 1 l".V in mlvanec un pap'rs tent ontMilo uf Oliiu payment u county, wc arc forccil o ulxrripIiGiiF in mlvanee. All pipi'M will lie pmniptly sapped at the tipiralioii if tlio ti'ue auWrilirtl f.r. AH letlpp n tminc tmii.t lie niMre?.cd to ircault.ll! f. pl!; THE HARTFOR D HERALD. " CO. ME, Odo THE HEllALI) OF A XOISY WOULD, THE XEWS OF AU, XATIOXH LUMIlElilXO AT MY HACK.' Three Four. 1 Two. 4.6I 4.00 5.IIOI TJ50 S.Oot 5 IM 7.SI JOi IO.Si ii.w JOHN A - IIAUKKIT, PublilT. VOL. 2. n the midst HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., AUGUST 1 1(3, 1876. NO. 32. 6.0i 1O0 20.01 ) Col. .0u 12.00 IH.04 30. Old J1.0K I Ct.li lo.oo :5. On 20.001 35.00 00 Cl 1j.0 lS.no ICOl ij.rxi 'l.ti 5.0t0 FrhiirtcrliiDe,aIprep-irlionateratej- . Ono inch ofipaee eon.itilute x nqnare. Witjiil Finn or. They were walking up "Love Lane'' in a g.iy, chattering procession girls laurel-wrcath- hats, young men with bearing shawls ami empty baskets, a matron or two ; lat of all Stephen Fel-toa child on cither hide of him and in his arms little Nanny Forsythe half find it?" Wherever Stephen went chilUsleep. "In the road," replied Stephen. dren followed, led hy attraction irre"Somclwdy had switched it oil' its stem sistible as that which dntvs iron filings ami left it to die, so we picked it up.' to the magnet. (Jrown people could "Yes, and Mr. Felton said it was a not understand this attraction, hut the shame to treat flowers so," put iu a litlittle ones never mistook nlmut it. tle boy. Sleepy as she was, Nanny's small hand The Captain listened impassively, kept palling his shoulder as the' went but Milly gave a d glance at along, and her voice cooed words of the llowcr. "That was just like you, drowsy endearment which made SteStephen," she said brightly; and Ste phen smile, gloomy as he felt that day. phen brightened for the first time that Each cheerful reply to the children's day. question co-- t an ellort; but he spoke It seemed to Stephen, looking back, cheerily all the same, and tried to keep that his love for Milly had begun when his eyes from wandering forward to he was a boy of five and she a baby in wh.-rCapt. Hallett walked by the the cradle. He could not recollect the wtle of Milly Graves with his handtune when he did not prefer her to all some heal very near hers and hi voice other girls. At school he was her murmuring low sentences inaudible to knight; his sled, his jackknife, his the rest of the party. Many glances help, always at her service. Stephen were sent back at this couple from taught her to skate, to row. It was those in advance, for Ned Hallett was he who brought her the first maple-suga- r, the novelty of the moment, a hero and the first arbutus ; he who took her a stranger ; and the girls, "who were on sleigh-ritlcand walked home with too well disposed to pull caps for him, her from church and village thought it "quite too bad" for Milly to 31 ill' absorbed these services, not absorb his attentions as she had done ungratefully, but as a matter of all day. course. She had been used to them But, after all, what could Milly, from her babyhood, and could almost what could any girl, do, when an as well have dispensed with sun or air Captain takes up his posi- out of her life ; but sun or air being tion at her side in early morning and never withdrawn arc rarely noticed or never leaves it till late after noon? It alluded to. "Dear, good old Stephen" is not in girl nature to resist such a she called him. Now it is not well for tribute and Stephanie De Witt, in front a man to lavish himself on a woman was partly justified in calling it "a who thinks of him as "dear old Stedesperate flirtation," although I fear phen." the pout with which she spoke was due j And now Stephen was doomed to rather to amour inmnm than nutmwd stand by and sec a stranger appropriate o i moral. But on Milly's side it was not the object of this g devotion. a flirtation. For all her merry, saucy He had sown, and another was to reap ways, she was a sensitive, credulous of his labors. Day by day all that creature, just the woman to give"gold summer long the glamour grew and for dust," and stake her all in that un- deepened. Capt. Ilallett's leave of equal barter so common in this world absence seemed of the most clastic deof misumlctstood values. scription, permitting him to stay the Her fair cheeks were Hushed and her entire season at Baymouth. His blue eyes full of shy excitement as mornings, his evenings, his noons, they walked along, talking about were spent with Milly. Stephen sickdear me! who do people talk about d ened at the inevitable cap when they are young and of different which met his eyes whenever he ensexes? Capt. Ilallett's flue eyes said tered the house, and proved his rival more than his tongue; his mustache in peession of the field. Milly greetto give point and value to mere ed Stephen kindly always, but there nothing. He carried a lithe little wa a sense of interruption ; he felt cane, with which he emphasized his himself a third party. Then he tried sentences; now cutting the air, now staying away ; but that was worst of baliading a mullein, in a way which all, for his love did not notice his abMilly thought faeination. And then sence beyond a careless "What ages Lcve Lane was such a pretty spot, the it is since wc saw you,Stcphcn !" This very place to be eloquent in. Its ruling turns wore hedged with fra- state of nllairs of course set people to ingrant growth, woodbine, brier, sweel-ier- talking, but Milly was blushingly dignant. "It was hard," she declarand bay. Overhead the trees ed, "if a girl couldn't have a pleasant met and clasped iu shady arches. Here and there a pink honeysuckle fiiend without having such things said." But her pretty poutings and k glinted in the of green, or a trail of shimmering clematis. The pretestings made little difference, and pure primrose light of a cloudless sun-e- it was generally understood that the sifted down through the canopy of allair, if not an absolute engagement, boughs, a light breeze stirred, full of amounted to "an understanding," delicious smells. It was like an even- whatever that may mean. At last the long, lovely summer ing in a fairy-lancame "to an end, as summers will. Suddenly a turning brought them to a fern-clabank, against which, set m Scarlet boughs llamcd in the forests golden-roburned along the brook-sidea frame-wor- k of tremulous veolure, the pirds flew, and with them stood one rose, of perfect d pink, poised at lip of a cluster of viv- Capt. Hallett prepared for flight. His id leaves. It was like an enchanted orders had come to report iu Galveston, Tex., and his leave-takinwere qneen, Milly thought. "How beautiful!" she cried; but hurried. The last moment was Mileven as the words left her lips the rest- ly's, and, though no one knew the exless cane flew through the air, Uickcd act situation of affairs, it was taken the rose from its stem, ami sent it into for granted that another year would the dusty road, a little whirlwind of bring orange blossoms and a wedding. Milly's own expectation were not so broken leaves accompanying its fall. definite. No definite promise had "What a pity!" she said, involunpassed between her and her lover ; but tarily. she trusted him, and waited brightly "It's only a wild rose, you know," and hopefully. Letters came and surprised. went ; the scarlet boughs burned into "But don't you like wild roses? ashes and fell to the ground in pale "Oh yes; but there arc so many of them that lkis hardly worth while to heaps; then came snow and the winwaste sentiment on a single ono ; and ter, to be in its turn scourged away by the Captain showed his fine teeth in a the whip of the fierce New England smile which was the least bit of cruel. spring. Still Milly waited; but not Milly sighed, and cast a regretful so brightly now, for the letters came look behind. Her gentle nature felt less regular than at first. By and by for the despoiled thing. But, after all they ceased altogether. Weeks passed without a word. Milly, with visions there plenty of wild rises, as of yellow fever and Indians chasing Capt. Hallett had said, and presently each other across her terriCed brain, she forgot her sympathy and its cause. wrote and wrote again; but no presage Another turning in the lane brought of the real danger which threatened them to the village outskirts and to glanced over her, till, one day openSquire Allen s gate, where the rest of ing the newspaper, this met her eyes : the party were wafting. There were At Galvcatou, Tex,, by the Itcv. Ticrrc good-by- s to say, divisions to make. St. Cloud, assisted by the 15c v. Thomas Sirs. Allen was intent on securing to Dix, Capl. Edward Hallett, U. S. A., and each prsou his or her own basket, Kit- Blanche Emily, only daugliterof the late ty Felton was counting Pierre St. Cloud, of TilatLa, Fla. No Stephanie hunting for a missing plate. cards. n, half-painee s. life-longold-banden, net-worvl d. d d s, wild-woo- of these researches Stephen came up with the children. He looked weary, and put Nanny into her mother's arms with an air of relief, disregarding the drowsy protest which she uttcrod. "What a lovely rose, Stephen !"naid some of the girls. "Where did you to s, Mrs. Graves heard no 'not worth it, dear, not worth the sketch ol the I.lf , !.Samuel Jones TihU-nsound, but when she went down Mil - 'picking up." ly lay on the sofa white and rigid, the "Milly," said Stephen, trending (inverimr nrtlir-Ktnteow York.nntl rnmliiliito fur llii' I'roi-ilcnrnewspaper still clasped in her cold fin- with eagerness, "there never was a llviiHM-raii- r of llic I'nitc! Millie. gers. It was long before her senses day since I first saw you, and that was The ancestry of Mr. Tilden was Pucame back. Her mother llamcd with twenty-on- e years ago, when I didn't anger, but the girl hushed her with a love you beyond any other living ritanic. Joseph Tilden, of Tenderdcn, weary sob : thing. Pick you up, indeed! You, County Kent, England, was one of the "We were never really engaged, my Rose of all the world! lam not fit "merchant adventurers" who fitted out ' w"'"-lnuglit the you know." ' toltouch your stem, my darling.or ban - t,,.e Mav FIow'er 1 "STlms 1 iymoutli. rum the "Not engaged! Oh, Milly!" die one of your leaves, but I love you. But Milly turned her face to the dearest, with the whole of my heart. !pame t,olll0'. ' ";M, Nathaniel Til- came over in wall and said no more. Can you not love me a little bit in re den, brother of the good "shippe Anne" and settled in Baymouth was stirred to its depths turn ?" next day by the news that Capt Hal"Oh, Stephen, I do !" aud the fair in the town of Seituate. The family lett was married to a Southern lady little lingers closed over his. "There's was well connected in England, and and that Milly Graves was down with nobody in the world like you. I al- by marriage related to Oliver Cromtyphoid fever. Every one wanted to ways knew that. It's only the oth- well, the "Protector." The name of Tilden is still an honorable one in the nurse; above all, know the particulars. ers are so much fresher, you know Such masses of blanc-mangand jelly fresher and brighter, and they might old colony. His grandfather removed were sent in that poor Mrs Graves was make you happier than I can. You're to Columbia county, N. Y., when it at her wits' end to know how to dis- quite sure? You really want me? was a wilderness. His father, Elam pose of them. But no one could real- Then I'll do my best. Why Stephen, Tilden, was a staunch democrat of the ly aid, not even poor Stephen, who how happy you look !" old school.. Samuel Jones Tilden, the scarcely left the house day or night, ! I should think youngest of the sons of Elam Tilden," "Happy so, when or ate or slept, till the crisis passed, I've got everything I ever wanted iu was born in New Lebanon, Columbia and Milly was pronounced out of dan- - my life!" cried Stephen. Harper's county, N. Y., February 9, 1S14, consequently he is iu the sixty-thir- d Bazar. year Out of danger, but it was weeks beof his age. His father, firmly believfore she could sit up, and weeks Ion- Tlie Sew Tux ing in the Democratic doctrines of JefJitii'n.plniiLi ll!a. clwl n Wl Olll ltlllli; null 3, (lull, For kissing a pretty girl one dollar. ferson, Jackson and Van Burcn, early white, shrunken mere shadow and For kissing a homely one, two dol- impressed them upon his son Samuel. wreck of the blooming little beauty In 182 a coalition was about to be who walked so gayly up Love Lane lars. The tax levied in order to break formed between tho and Ned Ilallett's side not quite a year up the custom altogether, it being re- Whigs to defeat tho Democrats. This ago. She was patient always aud un garded as a piece of inexhaustible ab- subject was talked over in the family, complaining, but she did not often surdity. and Samuel, then only eighteen years Forevery flirtation, ten cents. smile. Perhaps Stephen won these of age, wrote an article showing the For every young man who has more infrequent smiles oftener than anyone absurdity of such an amalgamation, else, and he counted them as precious than one girl live dollars. couched in such strong and logic-.i- l Courting in the kitchen, twonty-fiv- c payment for all time and all trouble terms that its authorship was ascribed cents. spent in her service. to Mr. Van Buren, aud it was pubCourting in the parlor, five dollars. Only once did he sec her shed tears. lished as a campaign document. Courting in romantic places, five dolThis was when, hoping to give her When eighteen years of age, he enpleasure, he brought in the first wild lars, and fifty cents there-after- . tered the sophmore class in Yale ColFor a young girl giving a young roses of the season ami held them belege, but was soon compelled to leave fore her. Suddenly a spasm passed man the mitten, five dollars and cost on account of the failure of his health. over her face; she gave u gasp, turned of suit. He afterwards completed his aducatioii Seeing a young lady home from aside, and struggled for composure. under Chancellor Mathews, and graduStephen dropped the flowers as if they church, twenty cents. ated at the University of New York. Failing to see her home, five dollars burned his fingers and hurried outof the Soon after his graduation, Mr. Tilden room. A hot anger shot thortigh him. and cost. commenced the study of the lav in the "lie has ruined everything for her," For ladies who paint, two dollars. ofiieo of the late John Edmunds, in he thought. "Even a rose remind her Proceeds to be devoted to the relief of the city of New York, where he had her of him. Coward that he is ! They disconsolate husbands who have been peculiar facilities both for the study of hang a man for poisoning the water deceived by outside appearances'. law aud politics. Upon admission to AVearing a low necked dress, one springs; why not hang him? though the bar, he opened a law office on Pine hanging is too good for such a villain dollar. Proceeds to be devoted to frail street, in the city of New York. Poliold bachelors whose early welfare has as he." tics raged high in those days, and he Nature's process of cure are secret. been put in jeopardy by these fashions. soon wroto a series of articles, which It is in their depths that wounds begin Wearing hoops over eight feet in were highly praised by the Democracy. to heal. G radually as months went by diameter, eight cents per hoop. Ho then embarked with a Mr. O'SuIi-va- n Bachelors over thirty years old, ten the renovating principle worked in in starting the New York News, Milly. She resumed her placcathoinc, dollars and banishment to Utah. but he soon left the editorial fraternity Each boy baby, fifty cents. her littlo duties and pleasures, and took and was elected a member of the AsEach girl baby, ten cents. up again the burden of life. She was sembly from the city of New York. Twins, one hundred dollars premium pale still, but tho palenc-- s infolded a Though a young. man, he took a very to be paid out of the funds accruing sweet serenity which was no less loveconspicuous part in the legislature, and ly than her girlish bloom, "Milly from the tax on old bachelors. was considered one of the leaders of Heads of families of more than thirGraves was real improved since her that body. During tho session of the disappointment," certain severe old teen children, fined a hundred dollars Assembly ho was elected a member of Cohoes Eagle. ladies asserted, and they were not far aud sent to jail. the convention which was chosen that from right. Stephen adored her more A hotix ghost come under the of- year to remodel the constitution of the than ever. Two years later ho told State of New York. In this body alficial head of her so. so, Mr. Tilden was very prominent, To his surprise, she was neither asA TiatDot subject Railroad fuel. and many of iho amendments and tonished nor shocked, but looked in his improvements m tno now constitution eyes with a smile which was, sad and A iiaiiit that ladies soon get into-- A emanated from him. riding-habi- t. tender and sweet all at once. Mr. Tilden, however, soon found "Dear Stephen," she said, ''this is that neither politics nor editing a paper Tin: marriage season goes on with just like you. Do you recollect the paid, and that to occupy a prominent many day in Love Lane, and the rose you position in the community, money was picked up out of tho dust? You are Kansas expects to make 20,000 an essential artiele, ami that the wa doing the same thing now, but I am worth of silk this year. to accumulate this was to apply him up-staif j- i Jo-ep- h, o Anti-Maso- self to the duties of his profession. He now measurably withdrew from the political arena, and applied himself with great zeal and energy to the practice of law, in which ho sexm Iecaiiie as eminent as he had been in olitics. He was retained as counsel in many of the most important cases that came before the courts, and was generally successful in obtaining a verdict for his clients. But the great work in which he preeminently shone as a reformer was in encountering aud overthrowing the so- called "Ring" of New York. This was one of the most gigantic" frauds everfoisted upon any community. The schemers aud shrewd politicians were composed of both Democrats and Republicans, and it was a combination between the officials of the city and the members of tho Assembly at Albany. Their object was by this combination to defraud the city, and they did defraud it of several millions of dollars. Mr. Tilden with Mr. O'Connor, a prominent attorney of the city, and others set themselves at work to ferret out the scoundrels who had entered into this wicked conspiracy, and so effectually did they accomplish the work that they drove this banditti from their strongholdsjcauscd them to disgorge tho enormous sums of which they had plundered the city and take their flight from civilized society, no man knoweth whither unto this day. Though the Times newspaper, of the city of New York, attempted to filch from Mr. Tilden the honor and credit which he justly deserved for tho conspicuous part which he took in this great icform, yet the community generally, and even many of the republican newspapers believed that but for his gallant grasp upon the leaders, the backbone of that infamous conspiracy would scarcely have 'joen broken. Mr. Tilden, therefore, stands as the Reformer of his day. As Governor of the Empire State, Mr. Tilden has thus far filled the office to the entire satisfaction of the party by whom he was elected. Indeed, ev erybody must acknowledge that the man who could defeat the old hero, General Dix, in a popular election, must be possessed of qualities well calculated to make him the favorite of tho people. Standing thus before tho nation as a political leader from his youth up, and as a prominent lawyer of the New York bar, and as the great reformer of the age, the Democrats are fully that in putting forth as their standard bearer for the Presidency, in tho selection of Samuel J. Tildenj they have placed the right man in the right place. Especially do they express their coulidcnco in this act since the Republicans have repudiated Mr. Bris-tothe only practical reformer iu their ranks, by President Grant's expelling him from the Cabinet, and by his being thrown overboard by the convention at Cincinnati. ly pur-suad- ed ted States Senator, and in 18G3 Hen- uncK't oceanic Ins colleague m tms Senate. At this time the democracy w.i3 a very weak minority in that body, but Mr. Hendricks succeeded in ma king a great reputation in the Senate, both as a statesman and a lawyer. He was active and outspoken in opposition to the republican measures of the time,-among them the bill overturning the old State governments of the South, the Civil Rights bill and the Freed-- " mail's Hurcuu bill. In the impeach ment trial of Andrew Juhnsou he playbi an important pari, onu auueupxentir to his reputation 03 a lawyer. In a single term in the Senate Mr. Hendricks acquired a position ofi great prominence before the country, nd hrf placed himself so far forward in his party that since 18C3 he lias been regarded as among the available demo-- cratic candidates for the Presidency. But for the Greeley movement ho might have been nominated in 1872. After his retirement from the Sen ate iu 18G9 Mr. Hendricks returned to? the practice of his profession at Indian apolis, but he was not long allowed to" remain out of public life. After Greeley's nomination at Baltimore, Hendricks was induced to accept a nomi nation for Govenor of Indiana, in order to strengthen the PresidentiaJ ticket, and, after a bitter canvass, he" was elected by a small majority, the" rest of the ticket, except the Superin tendent of Public Instruction, being lost to the democracy. The personal popularity of Governor Hendricks carried him through, but he had the advantage of having an opponent' against whom the temperance sentiment of his State was arrayed. He Ea3 made an acceptable Governor, and has offended only in one respect by signing a local option liquor bill, which-wo- s subsequently repealed. Governor Hendricks is a man of strong and generous instincts. Socially he is one of the most agreeable men in public life, and he carries the urbanity for which he is noted into the court room as well as the executive chamber. He posscssesja fund of wit and anecdote which makes him a charming companion. His words arc felicitously chosen, his sentences always well constructed and his .'elocution 'fluent and' easy. His house is full of books and paintings, and, although not a scholar in the highest sense, he is well versed in literature and bos been on especially closestudent of English and American1 oratory. In business affairs he is careful, methodical and prompt liberal without being extravagant and ho has the reputation of being an honest mau. His name on the ticket is expected to add materially to TildenV streiiL'th iu the West. - Hotr Xiasura Almost Ran Dry. On March 28, 184S, a remarkable" phenomenon occurred. The preceding" winter had been intensely cold, and the ice formed on Lake Erie was unusually thick. In the worm days of early spring this mass of ice was loosened around the shores of the lake and detached from them. During the forenoon of the day mentioned a stiff easterly wind moved it up the lake. A little lwforc sunset the wind chopped suddenly around and blew a galo fronv the west. This brought tlie vast field of ice back again with such tremend-uou- s forco that it filled in the neck of the lake and Its outlet so 03 to Ibrm effective dam, that caused a remarkable diminution in the overflow of the water. Of course it needed but little time for the Falls to drain off tho water below this dam. The was that on tlie morning of the following day the river was nearly all gone. The American ;aiuoI bad" dwindled to a deep and nnrrow creek.-Th- e British channel seemed to haver been smitten with a quick consump-- ; tion, and to be fast passing away. Iar up from the head of Goat Island and out into the Canadian rapids, and from1 tht foot of Goat Island out boyend the" old Tower to Use deep clmnne' of the? Horseshoe Fall, the water was gorte. The rocks were Uire. bhiok and ft r Lidding. Tho roar of Niagara had to a moan. This extraerdiuary s ucipt of tlm waters !nted all tho day. and nUrht dared over the strange But ilurinsr the nkfkt tii&dam." '... a mf vay,and lb? t : i hki mtg lhe ru'-- er gave was restored in all it strength, beau ty ami majesty. ?cribjirlWAu-u- t. conse--quence sub--dued iH-x- Sketch ol Ciov. UciirirlcliM. miss-giving- s. Thomas Andrews Hendricks, of Indiana, nominated as the democratic candidate for Vice President, is five years younger than Mr. Tilden, having been born in Muskingum county, Ohio, September 7, 1819. When he was only three years old his father removal to Shelby county, Indiana, and that State was his home afterward. Mr. Hendricks received a liberal education, and graduated from Hanover College in 1841, after which he studied law iu the office of the lale Judge Thoniasson, of Chambersburg, Pa., aud was admitted to the Franklin county Bar in 1843, the distinguished jurist, Jeremiah b. Black, being at tho timo presiding justice of the courts of the county. He returned to Indiana immediately after coming to the Bar, and began the practice of his profession. Success was not long in coming to the young lawyer, and he soon acquired not only a competence but a high place at the Bar. He had not been long at tho Bar, however, when he began his political career. In 1848 he was chosen a member of the Indiana Legislature, ami in 1850 he served in the State Constitutional Convention. During the next five years he was a icpresentative in Congress, and in 183o President Pierce appointed him Commissioner of the Ge eral Kind Office. He continued to h;d this position under Buchanan's administration until 18,19, when here-signe- d. Siioirr of ebauge The hhiu Avlth In 1800 he was the democrat7" but one shirt. ic candidate for (Jovenor of Indiana, but was defeated by Henry S. Lanc- F.iiKiiooD could do little mischief, Laiie was soon oflcriar' chosen Uni- -' if it did not g tin the credit of t.uth. THE flFA.AU). &am r. van cot. Wo have iniiHf'tli'-r- . kubs ;!' . v. tumor. irir n . s t. ki-:- i etniditi n it eroj aud i" r. do a eatHimtat.: it was t i? f 'Lt. tffor j thoMi nroroediii;. j' bat 'ml hewiInr4t.fHt emt. ad 'y h " vry e.iNo. ,. STITIIS, CL'm. ..!.). It i ocoitlt.tn ; .1 ..JvihI by n writ.t J. S. It. 'muubsiii i t'Vt I. '. dr. Vn4wrd . ... .t... ?..f..- - .1 ..I fr '.O.. lb... f eam"-- ' . wmicn ny .ir. j.;. ih. proof' r. i .an hi' naturally imav'tte that N.J.k-,- i I'.knyt-i"le"' kJhh ....i..- .r.tim.l hint is drttrk. M.-- t 3iMiinv !"ft' tlt in vitl writI: rvt'htl nlwMit fiv. . - an! cI;vlmi 'tl.ern' I'ltiU""s.v jiioi..' !v jud-j tt h4 preltiid.il r Wehav been a, tUat savet.fl r.!Ieit canto bw find it i.-u-., it 'iher, rely it i J. tlii.-" T!o Democratic an'! tho JouinfJ arc IJi-lrk- -l iiuwtpapoi.s Ixikville w to publish in j ! XilJrll;XIB. 'OXiD iiRKAT CEKTllAL HUNDRED5 THE Oouricr-Jonrua- L - ' i For the Canisnnla! Yia . r-. - 'r . mdui-l by f t.- !! -l .wii, vtt't Mr. !, . ,i - W- - '. 'nil! . - iMUSiO BOIiaS, -- ft cii4M. boom m mnch hdied THiriai all tii zt ntnrr of on j.v itiittw.J jiljsi tM lii.il . : . lint. W-!- .r .It Sutt, i' a ,.! if FOR YOl'- H- If. IV ii..-..- iiv. us ..liii.-.-.l- in' VnMl-!Mt art f xanti ! iitv ilmi V". Imv.' i ! t"t j:rt il in, m mr fi.rrfl.was v- 8!II . i ... W.-..i:.j- KIwt!UU.rn, mw4 30, a i.Ji.ljti Mr. lti tliv twW. tiP.'0l i. wss. I.wm wnl lliert wrk iir Matftr oajjjlmu j j .. l7ft. ihI - "waie . ElfUnal TI!m4 vi.. I'mm" ni- ltlU H'.'ydiiKM, - mh ii.tlurtiiv. a 1 !M ntJ toll "ui Willi hh' .IwiU '1 . tni:'ii Iyt :lmt i. isf M ', K I, J. T I 1. ES. iit . aji i51y tutrard liim a ever, l"r .f an hi rivilt- -f t ojiit-w- f h Wmild pny th - ix uM it out in xt.... . TJiis lio stm lit.- : s't liajJ tif i. - il iLw trf.y ii u iw. I.lii- wliti'Sil!" -i - cnli' u iM.t rt U, rvn-it in wiihral I.xivi't, p7.L-o'- . !t-i- r le i.t ritwl ."ti;.- !. Mintm'nl :ttnl. it t'jfr t I- 'r aj- - y?ar of :iltwt aaal wmftf jinca 8 will be tcafiniii wiaw tfat twelvt Htonlka of th OalHwiai venry. The jrcar 1876 waliiaiMW tke " Ktmra to m liar Congnmifltial ImmIt polrer ol the gral National "UeatoCMj', hj Ai t j LWI6V1LLE, KY. !..l.i iWvwr " t THOMAS A. UKSOKKiS. Wlieti m m J8CS as tin rn if uooimvt' Bj:h.'t ? r. TIk- fcHKn3. llM' i iMiIi'"i;i cjuti:iri'. w o miU furtt4 t !i 4 ;.;. to tllf -! i.i i' il SowuiUt, if'i f'Hi-- . .tri isi ''ilii j . !Si" !itw-ruii- .1- - lw MnauiMm', i - ; .a(t j .v Jvfiti. fa' rv.l-:iinU- - luini linn.' ";i y raitfi .r- - ;iiiw ci...- 'r. , ulhvr matter wc IiiJ roiiviiis lii1. Would it b--' nsw-liabfur u. t "jiiit vvrk on arti'!-.- xr5u'ii in favor of our om nan, anil rt'y - t uj, r.iwl fur wliLh f nx-- j ; ' Ui! vt ;iy, a: ! Iv. .ry L for irtifb' writtc! r.gniuf nr Tnnn,aiil w'li.sti tUcv uas ro rjmsttitn r if-t--r v.-- vient :V-i- 'i in bta. b U TMs i ( a i! - lift onrft- - "ill kit watched with irtm in iu rr iMveDL TWgtaat awi fV.:itrnnial CxHi:tion. aioi.'s i.iDliWiia? rcr? ilaar of tlie W ith ib lUvctayr-laeufc- f ti'le T nrnVcrsal 'e lltailio. will aXianl a UMiatniH fnatl of Hcilal mail lufwn-lin- , wbick m-l-- r-a i!lratta: prffe, btt" b'bl i'i Jh torn Vp ill" i!i;it- -r in iui per of !.ru"i 1 cfM wtmk, w tb yraai fr .! i! l. til PFV. j 'it'tu,i fr Ky. -- FOP. T1IK V V 'l-'!mytT, 'Ui tbr )pi-- .f an oviiitcif. .ta 'i Kpf U by tin. rflehlaaNcr.iiaafiaa a:i.l ! 1; - MMai f !"-al- e, en enntcat af Ar jl.o t'--r -- time, tit It m t jei Ikh;' iu !vfr. ilc rt vtte i t. ay? V.V voall ?!a'lly buv-- t .''iilifel 5t if iV" liftil bail tinu mm law nulHciwit, nut that we wcr- nn- - PIANOS. I n.aiotia sKgar men! of mew, ant! jwnlrf , and aaatiaaa. a sk'tl, eaaaani saJ will hi inmh MriaM okl; ajaJad 1 tW ail aat-oreaalta 4eyHfiac ol ilwaft wh atmaai. tkna; por m An era jo hill Inlraot'linar; f iituwt liriMBi lh nwd'of all the patpfe fi J io ii, lb ma jciMi. ia.ir TIsi nt HXitA- M..U- -' n'wii tftliw-w?ibw w wli on . iviiit 80, 176. j nHik!i drunk ami libs uoiorutl h'Hl-- rt la tlflfaaimctl llMt ila Forty aillt vmr All ihe voters f Ohio omnty, vn pramry jakal! more iban :. ai jtalo ite Totitejf thorn, I'M not really inteinlcd tfiv'or t'.- - IKl"jenVt tirHtlmrk "'W ' greut newsaapw ol Pv-rIthe MirtU t '. M .btf,rlj'. llviv hr liim fvr w. a eilMit by. wih '-r "Vi jml'lijii tliw wvk a rinarkable .Io: axil. Wajwati IH . -- ijUwliiHl. Th i w.r. r. Wnj,tvrtinl' jr Ihi!.1o.l .1 UiatleiMl. t'.t i'rerid.itt, rv . . 1 Jailor from Mr. Stolen ami aanw iwmtot-fibr- e: nyttttmet. (i i' v ilayi! wt- -' a ":n.H.!.it, fi"' hsf the colons! vter. Ktji, Com'tumu. .a:i5s 1. !ftt OBiMWat.' r Sbvrifi', which atiiti liim. Mr. oMtinic LcaivviUa , t..r- tin- "bl iiikw, on V.'lwarl vh'u-uin'tbbi ail of oatioiMl rvatnc tkr LooaxiaW Caavi-- r, 7 vs io Ki ;irijtfif.i:5."f.irti bLe'i v.bntrTi!)c Jonriwl arl IwritrUt MHtward 'lei ttot ihinl ! lmn v"rk vthil'.le rUl rwjvr. teotetioeait far;.? i.Mia.aiwl at fiartiiot aa da I naairt l.te ":rk ami Joim;r i'.rookin are fouI akr a "iK v fiif :lnl wh froaa atari; Mil sLtmxs on! reason vf RccelraJ lolj'. .ml On... 3 to UC eoaW t ami can filrnn- Ul1 rry ptct pbtUlK4 lace 1413. aew ia jl. -- . a rrntHrtr at iUir iaEilMai nJaMa-loiw- l wbitky. i will not lia- a.--. t t.- - .liftri'-- J CTH1 JiS'. siiilrm -- f .. Iho putv.-rfn- ! ko JiaJ !i tbbroajM ia4eawl- cacet r. 'I'liank Mr. i vi- - i'..r L:m ;'!! it, for . ".avc n j uonbt bat Itim. t! a tell tie Hr::i.t llRMCttSfiampUj MM no aMttw at. ' aull ent tVimrrr:r .Milm t' all iu MfattMnii W. timtett Uiotn '.fte:: niioiij.'b "'nrins; fHaittiiUit t. Um amuaat. iitm Hoiml. tihin eonatly I f 'f. i til .1 at van, JC" Wo.lvnJ, fvir tti tfuBijili- - in return ' tbiJ why li' tbiii . ... I I I'.' . i ir.--. tn Ml.... I It t matt sarrlally f)rr;ri-jviHticaHy liA,iftt tin! iinrateful ? i be h't eanvasA t !now oiini!y '. Itat wl ftwe Ike catMvc o! A rear, itcrtrnil attractive " ' t inii..-luin-i!l A,Mti Mr. V"-!!'.- ! .Lt... irop-ttii.- ii becr.w a crnuli'1: kind tliey nrv Cml oi. Ac,, nraMtai '.romiriV. liiui a"j othw t aotsS. He Ktjv liMlttUIt-- . My. prrwJy lor rcntait, U i.J 1. rotuain i. 1'iHut' hi ran Mr. W'.wUwanl liu.-- wiwm! from f:ir vitb tbeai. a- - i. J H.K !. T.Ml'JART. TruHita, Biiub!ican? !i rfirto mfttmary bitbl-.tUV ivy. u?2 I. i i. i Si . I. .Vn be wound h r..jt;ived by rnnnia" .V.. ilcalt unf:.ir va.-i- - be was In what way have f IT j MO i. atti la tT7 eoaal; ol ihf worWi; almr iiiaJ iuriP aaitetf.-ntit- r ' yain?t the "Alder Htnlk." ILv U 1 iil-Eirro. i all ike great capHata; tfct ! f--r nt ;rati- - -- njtublicu io rcilli.'jai. ! ll l frtnlt rjth lfjiiMtrarf. jtniy , wSli IafcRWl liniiarial :iti rontmereiaj wyaata at co- d MayniaM, the Uwfr ? aavr The very liwi Ufa ol' die jrrastjrer be claituci li '- - oin!r!0l ) ribt in thinking thero art-- modicl I pioa lila?e '"' tTMtsrtl; th itjrriealtura. ''( 1 (...; Ol.r. oar. . .. ..... Hurrity HiHPubtishJvifit tuditb-.- - in nil ;4J..ev, and we exj-wIlKStAU cintainwl tb f.rorcoi;!:t; of die grajigc- - t autbgcangcrs? 1m ... !. , tin. eo. m miMithn mmt.iTe.lt.-i-aMa..awill,iltathe ratruaaVt 5" TOe,e ,.h1 .. . .. . , no gK.ner va. p!ulgl TJe fur it iia done bim od, t;-- Jiu ay- - Ou tli'cc ir.or.tl one the J!ej'jbliiaui w.mtv .vuv.-nti.- . twr.lare. a Haahamlr ka M the CaBI-Ja- a eunB itgeaty and asetiw.e Tut-cH- t II- no jiarl in the csnvass et 1'. tlohiifin's bin, s!il "n fact be trieJ to taeL it 0. jer xnabln! iatrwtaea SareaMea nilh .s JVHl'-- i rtf 4Jl, ,rvaiaj? of a grtat acaeriKil CHRONIC uaa; IU 1!-- . in tnr it) their Satio! fttatl- laitretetl PeritMtfaate. aaHsa to ;V.ry rnt'tseiMM 3m iaie in e.'iitat l..n p Jlr. V ."Iwaul aduerwl to hi sjnoh. Uro iicver refiifti! to jll Kfttk tt&fMTA'. !ljtrr !iK tH.e.-- Iruai .ji ttrlrra, w.tli jtrane 4e)iaiwiriM sit. or tiaet ad. wtUi ir,'K.V In'actui'.iir'ii u.r' !At(c f .vitb, :it' jiro'aWy by rea;n ef ih:.-- iivu-jrt- n jiroe-"Juifor oievcitti-JTii- , ti.n latfonn ; put whea h orlJ r. riltml 'imt-- " . Kiial un aa aeadltfal cbri'Mwa. (TaMet lea by a ..inher u.' the wan, MfvTl uud Win'j Itii iuh ctn t.f t. ,t tbinks aw noKtiwlly t'.i'lmr.est. w.i- ut f"r liay.-- i and Wheeler, w (Hiyiailblii! &rn?it;tfei'iit f"t ""nik-lb- e absilly a wl .ru.aee ad aait .f .. tni'V, eM I each aanuI mWriarr, t eaahlvd l up r i.M J ' il, ealire, 'V ! "n i. t W. riiilli;is ar (rf Ute i'Hnty. by a v. ry idaced the name of M. i 'n arery mmV weare IW tic iiri'iiiHea?.? frc- - of Tbe Hrt'4 r ainra Hg; ti'iT'v- are refjjpaeat-a- rt ;.Hi w-- e. rniIK 0v n ! tumUf ia Hwir diJre. 2n tfeUHM eavaer b- -e . n: our camli .aaioiitv, twice dieUb! .lie jbesol of our columns -- jw in many trir i JeyrtaeliU. ' ' OSS ' ' Kl1.TJKS'i "''I 1 '' f" ' arat lailcjatrct, aatt tail will jmu Jiiaaalviau Vi ):.t..'. iub!Lb".! t!l tins oimnu- tltey tln':ij;bi xu T!.f IhUnlly ?rtnifdil vo- - sui otliw Reii:Wi-Hba- : Wa am t fbe propie a . f :ii'.iatii a ccathasatlM 'be ,i.ml nch till ' tilrra.1. . itetuy n' JI aw to ltai lair, ui-- we ? flm n few I, aihl bav: t'vict: iiilvi t y uev'itl" nicttb.iis in M r. WWil ward's interest. h Vnf, i"it 'ar.l ivrur. iareitaa aa- - all ik. raliTr eJetneaU whhih harv i".T. v - .icv tt-.. tetau Bt ,"K a"H 'je,D i .t.Hjwartl : ayj auU Mi 'ti-the t!w ' tliiuk .bo the iun i to v receivtfl in I he i Land ..icr lUe a!ta ami iV.r fr. wtteks sgt) yoti '.:ie i. rhH .' ji ; it bt i te Ito territory bey uattwna :. j Kjitation ia 'r irBi.v a nab aat. to v!CJryou boy ar; a. fn'ly 0'inpvte:it to ;i!ijje interest of Mr. 1'bilbpi, wiibont ao-M)iy4i to Dt:V-inl)etnM-rli- c il Jla rea.. . i 'm.:!it, lie.o or and ri"Vor ai.l a ,tt.w4'; !ti:s, b.'.t now ilu- r. irr. "iHNTwar.!. j , 1(f i , tK it Miiifef lor Utffii- Kit-- Hi ow n thaei .t tb iarest, !ieat ami ca;aiat Uinr'cVablishia wri'v ' other brom pa iu Aateri- - v. Xe Verb. u.ii .'1iki tr- ft (u (I n aieetioe is vei "ae a:iU other so--! Wbw we ran f..r tlic SbtrriffV ..Sib-c- , .orll editvrially until Mr. V. at- '. !' k r ng H k tmU l pt"" ! in the .Sattth r SAnlhtTgst can f ti'm ciiii wtt t l.r 'enu-eratand then '.ve tiioi.I.t u Uw ..$i.--o got a'vtc.t 1 iu d. vr, k.t tv. r i;tt it'fh fcUKT MsliHH2." 7ed net kilv ! any il ia iheae rrti-.vlninh vl r bWIXTIMK. aroaeblh --rlh of lbe aw:flHaa. th TUB in the Jale had n rijjht foiend o!f, we have btv'seii ic Mr V.1 vote ! tlif :"imty. ik 'ititi Will nt ' f U H; re.jaJeJ to euta-fa4Mil tftt rltOfk wl.It T' H hc)reader M: "'o.lw:r.l .i.J nit get tb.' aucouitt-ofin,;... trt.-iV- - 1M i ou We iav" no r'rei mr ntelMl. V ."t imf.' wurJ otbu Kjnuhlic:i:i'. Hoe- - hy Ko ' H1 flfiM1. the CVwatm Jway tJfcli "TP 'i hii'i-iiv.- l. and no i".doi.-.- - f nmke for, our , . wfit'ii. f ! "V. mat jiwwue t v":e with thorn nr fur Kejiuhliean vtc by throe or four ohe he ml a .we, with .rllih CHK.VI'EST tXI BEST fHK tlViU-iTt u " .ii ngninit course in tb-- - lale canvtiu. Wo ;i Ua.Wt'CKATIC PAfSK t. Til It WKaT. paper MHiih ttf the lltiio rivtr. lithe many vf whom their man. 'hit. VulHarl "invly ICB-WQBX;r ("it Uo Tn U Mrt tnaail tolenre a halaoft) in :K m ( ie? trytnjj to tr. . il;'.ngbt ve did ribi then, and we !lnt him biism-:i if 11" 'imh1,' - ntni ' " not Uiinkihat !y aib;eribi "ill w. urgr she fht. 6tr.r. O. .J In !.';' tin-'hmibb---- , a the ..a4 atlKle oa li.: "'' think t:o .tii!. We have no ill iVdim aiw io be tiK-- a ctmvey-ariO- wal.T ..il ospie-- i uf our i'f i'l'nti ...' t. : ;.. t Iwarf..-- : a.l n (.'jIMrtl .V'JC... " nhea4"t The ' rt:i'l .(e' OMinb-ii.il. liii v.'oubi imiieate that toward tr. yo.lwail, and woub jiref.'r-OMf.! vtTi-iknoi p..Htkl i.f .in -M lanteaa-- . apwiet . tf.i' lwt' la.' ' 4t little nii.ro houet not have mentioned tho matter an; .r "iiti iu! m 't' a 1, fw ittv III j.!e.ate Tt TIntfS xi M right of eu1tr. Men. (i:tt.igt.f ., auaoriag U IU rt.aiin.t ! Ibe Brt tt Wt lhr prr than k iMiee artiolca a fian,ajt .. Cfw mni.b.aodttflitl ort&wt fwoyl'J Ve d. to tae auvarriiig rofc oi lite. It ooine." in mora had wo not r.yivc thi. ktter " i ii : .u " iKcuKr sacii'rilie lor :i ;l.:.n Mr. ihr Ckl-- i ' r fa'y rt .ma Awlhei ihia vreal tiuaHa law lur .'. 't 1.r m-- l ,"vtwruM wsmb' wiUt n . urit from le. W'uodaard t ..n fan 'I l:"t0 1"r ,irni UM Ten. fci't..' mlMHhcM tr:svactbw. ia whieh ibov the rl4ie the latgeat, lit-i- . B sriei" , tht-ittv '3 to i a lie .bit ;..wiul imiLlbi; it. olitic:."lv uf tullnti. frehet, eheaiwrt aad ma r the money XmVn 'Ae pftiwr r.- - wo-t- h jlt im fr tbr t'4 in :h WuUni ti. Sawtatt Ilawrraite Vaan. resraiatiee 4n, h. ('vrKiaa-Joo. .. O'beae, rf.v r-- .-" yutt WK, iJin we nave no nouni ion . ia citcwia- at! t ntiTru t au ley iVIirTiri.JtetSa'!". Selea- - esieei l itritrf.iM all :a ..-ii . ..Ulo-.hi iiuo i. Mr. WotWlV.ira wai aetlir.tc.1 : tiieiruouilie, Srtai aa4 Cwau-tfl-f,- - a, iaflacnr. a a . Ut evloauw v.- would f.i.p.'mc (Imuiax Pe;.-- j ( niU, u .i i .intr n hmUitiu Oh'nK.hS JSV MAtL uaemut!.v. We are wiilinjr f.n ' ia k ,jM f ia scm Falitinl aelia the Democrat ie Com fwf j "L lf A"f If '" J' "0,,M v,t" sn'1 w k. ntMiic aatiua la hurte4. la Hi9 f- Hick,sa what kindof jjniitudc we! :eond Coiiroioiwl la urOeastilatiunal our.uoc. Air. v, -- Mwar.t utu tut, ; OkllrtUnau. -'.. a!' jwrlie rjiTf. iUkally aae a leieulle' wm a ajr aatl kr aertert t. -b .4 .f I.R !''..FOR THE j ' wen n- - i.n- b4 taclioa wbkh eek ....a rr i. i witn UviaoeraU. r.veii il uji'i. - ' i'tim: I tlWH'tl .It b., nromfH? ntUatMi to, nail atWatfcia it. a.n.V ' i .' l 'i' fiut(aatl. i M. '' 'h .t ' I . . warn would nave our .a-jo- r .'n a rse-la- o kj mat iWatnOta. erery day, ci;.tt littie snirtb aft.-- r the excitement Vim tx a .l' . Kopkiasvilto, Ky., the ,'niininttee .. Lotoutt ut lb t f.K aim i' Mh a, eMUiaias U t, i ,.i e .ta,g tboi-.;r.i..ilM i .Hi and u will Lo ear.r3,va-:.ve.,- , '! mitH.-o- r. s. Ills :'..mia ai:aK- in MJrt!vj W ' IL'ti. ' iwi !."' Owe T ear htta ' r,'l' is ion h . r U' Buil? t'tJ.!" S t.i wV. SMnlay CuarWt Jaaeau. One is. tiLat a rait.. Uua ta t.'n... "I r"W.iiUai-"'a- t - i:nbi-.i'- e -, i If. think W" fa e bti .1 it. M ',j.,,ttaker, rur t....it fJhruti if our ... ....... ' ...ts.,. t WISELY '' . or us at Jleaver Dam y.'o dnv di ning ."fr. much to heart. was elected ecn tary of tho meeting. A ..i.'...:lf.T 'Jf ill be iaiute.1 icgabu IjmK iiaatoth Duabte ' ...... C. l.f.Ttttlltf M. sntaatas ef Sews, ritaela Ua. . taa T.- wntiintan ' ' .. ..... .... .1. iid'U.'e.i R.;;'ibiitj, uepu-tit- Well, we do :".t exactly annreHato ixv On motion itwa i. cf 'la tv.r, l.'.tanry itaJ !cl t Krttk. aaU will b tar. A U Tea Cuaiw. ....I .t t. ti v.,,t. .i ' f. Uoys'uJflS Printlns InJt " cxlta Tbta to Twemy tJwat . f, or- y one eko, in the su'i-)r- t of in- - called .us "abk--r 'talk," which h t,,hetl U Iba Dail Sabcrilnr wiiauat .Of. A'. di!i, 1. Tliat a Convention of oaa V It t u..ltl.U. ijf- - The aaasaUr I laerren a.' tbe faaat) to KiUji Sijootttjtaror.i.! We jniblirbe-- l our nro?- diriv wa- the. Democratic party of the Second 0lgt Jtajior. cr: '' '. a? a iwp.gun to !itlu i. utlf.a ut tbi. p.iia- - will .tilraca afIt.ittwtfce t 4,1 all. 'I..'" " smni aa--i nu ij'tuiiij; the ter tbreuii. We have striven ro uon- - Congressional District of JCentueky, jwiciOJ lei(re we ctn.w . t 't" '" 'u'll .'wTl&t. ; pabNr anjw-a- w ai faltMse. 1'ax'i..jIUii....'.. . af V'-T Waxar t'o io acMi it-- aal ; w.be o.jot our j'ajw in a decent manner, ; aid itv.'ouM UiOLlU), in which u - Jii, The called to be hekl in Sebreo - kirl ..a0 ikim ooMthet. V wilt 'up bii. r II jfi. U ojaaM In our lir.--t aud the ar.d itii increasing :i "DaiwonitM-- ' ji:.jor. Ut a COO)-- y i,i) ;.k attd HW'J oheter county, Ivy., on Thurs I v Book and Sews Mack a Soeetalty laitu..tU.. I ot. " 1!M.. pablwboloiirjrajulatory. which jHiwerfnl iidittcnco," which Mr. ab'e. ajaee tamilr uiiw.. Tbi 4iti in i tln.ijt.K i t.u-ptl'H? I. M ufcutM.. itU day of Hfcjjtcmber, lS7i', day IT !t rtb fifth 8rsi, a i inUl"'lT edileJ in aery ' cMtMNted the mltowiiig: wllB.itiitt ,t, Wclward faj-- binweif iiiat it escrtc . WII y yeiOnirn . pjfwr ami pumxtooh. To laot wbca tiwr r lite litoly at 2 o'clock p. m., to nominate a canl'A. P1IILA'Kj.IMIA, bo j, ;u f.vi.b ace that it hoi bran con- Politically. l!m Jekki ty avrawt torbkl a daily titan once wk. didate to rqircR-n-t sait District in the l Wcaai.; t'tcaia-Jo.3i;!;jctv-,-l dtvHitlv. '"Ottuorsik. but very O tr t' ' are ot' a sajrior qnaiitc, be . m aiUfacitM'e 4Ctth Oongress of the Uuited States. ueioae of all the tiua."teatiaiuj.rtt't,snl iajtciber.w and ingi.iadc firoiithe While i; will adhere in .tr.- - ays wo urril lh M a orotcat t" IOB0cr:itic. I ad aol im. wa ami emUatimrt or eah aeek' a ire-t.rint2". That said Convention ba com-poe- d f r . .f. uutler U.c v'r0'1' mperviMoa 1 " " "t: ' af all na4 oJrlnj .elretea r.ieS jdtKiiiis b the eardi.ial oriiicinlos of .najre in tie' dirty work ol aac jmrty. aj .lowata. It W, boTOhti all : a..-" U tjreutiicaa, lhrt lor we will by tho x.'. n.i .a ' of ttfctegates r Mitiralitr v mi .li- ' li . .' 'tf HHaraileandeve. y i tud .rf iak sold to be x "i!Uuciat-.- i by ncavtAl tltft DuKrii-What ditty work did we cnjfijje in? . !i..- ss-.,.i HKWrKtDemo'.Tatie vot"rs in each comity, and lb. of !4uerior Jet Black. JiiA Drjiitg. and i. lb. e- -4 oflii.. pr..i je the ' MWVtl FA.W.VFwVatarttutl aa -to anil J: ";"' of Mr. it will never, V- - did rcf.v to th II to tl"!": . .teaialien of Urn n.irr!.- Kre fio Seltiaa-oi- l representation of tin countttm that the it otfrrs real ao l waota in v.:.. not be leu than 8tt,ail V odwari V a, Iooiuj; hi.s !er;0 by under any ciremitst:.n.f., ithorlitia: 0 to l por cent. rate .it uercaje, win iir "oriera are axvalt. ooe ol whowi it The t.RaU-s- ' ii'-st- ii in the Distrnrt Convention lie iijxu the ' ePMS. lnks .ad for oaaaolo tvy. ac.hfcorhto.1. lowtr thtt! any f lightning, and woiind the ,'iunKi4e tc :ae:s. V.'bea it vnu"to a i ' of v:iluaWL ii:U.tt..uti ..i " ?, , if t'ie lTi.iKsl Stat.K. basil! of one huudrwl votes, aud aie " aad ares la r allowing the retoarhaM.: taimlMate lor oP.ice, mtr item an by a jokoou Mr. ' HnfKrtitt; will coaviaco ' Uttilj X wouun, ' l or ....It. A trai of a miMj.ie ke ait.. . mIo "M. A. ......... her.-- , which b 'II be to aecrtitin if hu th.i lici.tuuiSfrod !tMt liljoct . ' at 21anil.rr.-- ' I V! '11 yiSy u the weehU oRthio naoy year. Ia club ol Arv nr awro 17 M. pat year. l for the. Deniaeratic ratldidate . t(2 " r to-- l ' ! eaatUy Vime. i"fW what he sl.ottM oay lor hi- - Inks faanJsome ediot. of "J oa will thank ns tenble Jih 9lKrK IttUiii awl fjiiidifientionarc had the lo ajiprooiate. I: " ia limea post. Put "p hg oud br-- ! I,r.b.lv.-.rmr- i . ' oeer two hnwireJ -- tohtftl hotko, . the lust t.ubcrnatortnl election in (Us Hand Uoot. . "dlt tlMlpwm salfely he jntrttttcd was not meant a- - a jtt, at Mr. oneof thesrei relsto suit (aireiaer. .!.- Committie of idtl;ir will State. The Fecutive . th nWu. I- - l!uh.trt!a.gaoeordl.isiTsd'i;.per. prowe ward's niitforlimo at all, and it is in- Aulrs If oar hi -i. counties aie rojuet-ttt-l to ' die- ,- a -- arte triic 10 tie pnae of the . Seenir. ltlaBiUtiry,lfcwn!oi!eivewirMipj..rt. d.'l etraa-- e how anyl.dy conbl s the 17 North r itth titreel, vs.. Serd lor h tucr.ui Cot8m-Jvitn"M' utii fciej ai they may deem nec tt-- r cent. Ominii.rfi , Ten rtnttPBti-Hii'Jte rereii, be will have ; congtiito it. OW ta. toVuo tiuiui . . wilt act! abo:- - the l...iaM .b rate l tbe k. flawed to becuie the repnwentoives Ollkjl 'aaisrt 1 mm! tVfl vA essary aSoiaA' . tal !'?.. irr- f-iak fa'llt. - liaar m- - ki-utif ' 0 n rat. moot Jluaey ea e wtawi JL 9 vvaa 'AI vi iViVIVtt'J. of their counties resicctvely in said ftp One Cc'.'ar. npu..iw are eai. All owaej b..U ka t 1.'. i'.U , bwtiextrace.su a UantiiS j making cutjun im", nut Aiv,i., ! Tea elcgaiit ... . ..... Husic iM.Mim ml' THIa ; .1 . .. '."T. .t . l " :.!. aw.J,;ml .lheteh. and .rortrm ..w . . r IT, V. Wo bare, tbtw hrieriy ptaoail We mtsint he a; .! -- V 4. .n.c iHtutiaSi-etota. SvU.aM.aia - -- ill he aent suggenod and rccmumended tiaud.nieT UhiihI in JO ooo ... ranged hv ihe PmovKorui - til :..(:. 111 a c'.i.--..s ,t.... XT. ... i....: ... don.ugeoi.-iii- .....fc.- i'iu j oao 1 ii. wi It ink ;7w tr Cotaiea Joiiwaw of one itollar. (mwt ; by mail oo receiil yQat-i.i(u . t'.iii...j tliat the several counties select their . . ii-,.' uc iieewvtm w itctli'lt to ev.-nn mnuuncea m mu .t- aar ustt nu vac - fiu.d ,11.1) or siagle copies at 16 cent eow. ' IVfASTR GOUaiSWl&SaJfS SOT1CK.$3)i. Tht- - E.vst-, deleBite to the District Convention . i t' ' be ordered ihroogh , t. , can aa c.'snva.- - ami w.'uni nave, tonto Jie j siin-rf- . ; ., l,. iC T icvDealerals: the Uotted States. an; J bt W. Ciaith Atiiar, Pttfl. I . I!odr.oi'tuaotieo Uraiu.ho onU ia aOeioitHafa)miiw uor (ai.uti. hmuk ''Vjsjv-ymtoit-- i or abeeka. or h em by means of County Stvti .. .... . thttt lboe detm!r:itg string to j.i. I! nest time. V.'e nvioit Jle K.,nttv .u WI HIBWKI" - - . ." h . " iCTi- -i r i;rrutu t ibc f, WC . !.'ri. , Z selected by tlie of del?!r.tt.s I lthM to ";,wo aliade to, nuiike ". are. jni;tic.;l!y 'm, u'.utt js o the JinniUt ohtni h, for W Smith'. Uow.. .r... will ao be rtofoawaht. t "rr' ,;dfilt"M. Democratic vnterj in eaeli voting prep ,r ov- - the w o hovir- - Chnma araa bM to itt iratat uTaoo m w j..yt. A iSoJOHt, attd bavewmic f.n- - their wo are a brotber-iudaio (hat dpa-u- f-, . HfcUuu,,N V I" , anW .1 aavt .Ismbm' II. .1. I cinct. Ai.d't in iwHumeotiod tliat of John W. South "''nob. Wliat pr.itife have w inati-.u- , and like :t, and its 'let- - t.Lore tfc w tooav' o.aa 1 iv tJt.B.lotv,awatl w.i the lo i' each County Convention instrnct its - V - . ... I' H...1 nM : Cv!i - J ra Jo imt kitow wiiat l;ow- - in "ouerM, vry w . trokou? oie Two .tatit at ooce to tmr aataor '. i!i u, n .ii-- it -.. o , t t ) a)nv at boii.c ' - ' dele2tvte to the District (.VMiventiou l n".l teou it ymi liko; il !M St wnw hu referriil to; toilj Ho eay 'juibH'h. to cast the voto oi'huir county iu ttieh Ausi;tta, Naiae. . ... old, or ts uw. .M pbja . In wbnt Itavc we intii t, rule it out as ! I ii W. ft- - HALDEMAlf, I tutor: l"i oa nv.uij tt'iD bo t'ni : nearly an pntc-i- b rive. to manner t.ii' .L 1. t. "Wt .!. Ulically y have i able, to uhcIi rnitdl'bil" i!ie I .i havtu; ham's eiwcvh, a f '' J.M'-,- i ii... i:.li . ' t ''!. !'... 1.." 'n. .a: an-- ' .al.vne.. vi.'e.l tiiai !'l t'.:Ift' " V ...i- -i mib!; !.. ,1 a't of tlie .1" ' y v t ' "i. V.. .'.. vr ...,t tn'v to. .' ' - ilic W.! uia oi " "' t" ..rtit ' ' irxi'Mal t;r m.i THl:.n1 vot Mr. I'luliiiv. iWln i tiiiuk. v.-- pt'titioally Ji--- j . vleft- might Imv ridiM bail t oy M. Wttoilwanl's Uiuut ui :enu w!mi u.." iCENTENNIAL YEAR Itti'ti.i Ut!i ..;k t "ituvewlion , ;iue iUmM t" o lh hishrtt wKt of tbia attd, aV mihI in&trttctiatat! - in ut .ni-iii- :tl f.-- ;r 'I'.n !i':t. l.' in.-ati- "Sie.-.-rs- .; t tt fr. f UWBal -- ? 'ikj clei'-uoii- y. aar .tt l?ii ' ina ajini uil b. -- TfKKtnilMHII, htr J V,AAV ' 'ii-iviriia- ttesT:r iton-nsrtiif- -- st t ; S : i m?-- i .) ,...,,; 1 . - ai 5-- er-n- ail l. , lift! Ji-,r- - b.-a- fi- ' V ""i-u- ''! i . !.' -- ..'. -. srr ;. It-t- w,. -ia- t! Jtwt-viwiii- - e-- - pr-- rJ U- lal tm. ?". h.-- -- rr a 1 ' i . e;iii-Vtl- -i i Vk MIW' a :.! it o-.- - 'Kti-n-- . rc j'j.t fr ' W e y k B I . ! -, d. t rf -- :- Y.'.n-Jwar- -v M ! -- . -- I.r.., . jii-ni- luitwim B e.-.- -- n - -- kt t 1 , t, u- hee, !' V th.-!i- , ei ft. H ii II- - fv-:- rxf - -l7 CaaeW-Jewae- l. -- ,- fitrtnttie. I -- - x, L-- I.I-- ' C.. a, WU.i1iiim tT. I . -- jwaa-tunl- - -- re jjjy 3 ,"', r . lf PRINTING INKS. Tft-nki- Afar-l?ej.be,w.- n ' . ". y ..itc-ai- r " ttrrjwle wow-joo- af. PFR v : "' '?" a. un.I iblat Jhi"-nyno- . i't..:i-i.iji- hji4ooorlkelW.t.-- .h,,, - hJ . . ni tr-'k- e jJV j - ci ! j y"W t" - 'lieW ' 1 ava- X m ! j ... tL.;: onr-liHit'- ht ur ... - - ii! . . " i . 'el na.. i wnflW hv. .-i t ii-: ye, ". . f, . ; 1 1 1 . MK-i..-- : stirK com-fKL- il vlle w ZZr!?':: .1. . : K-- !t ,.t ...I reuu.-Met- i . . ae ; po-'no- a-- th-mn- in-fi- t I tie!.-'d..- ne-i'..-- i - .;.:'' ' . ll 1 .III m I '. MininiliiiriMi HiinrfTTri fTf- - TITE H EEALD. is r:'ULl"iEi KVFrv V.'r.DXDSDAY 3tiltral S?hMS ' RuIpUwr I .. BJ ! .. Ltn' . B. Hi... A At t 12 j.sTt. tStr B. WMT, W Mr. Br.llioi; But- - u v.;;-.- . .1 joint discus-io- n MOUXtXO. had II KollBXlCr 'J If ll.ii. ... ... 1 .t. . .. f. . T r Ttr rot. i Kpnugd 011 Inst Saturday, I apt. 'own- I li.pe ! eitu riatn no lipirit of i'uinl IJorfiitf, vi.ur Itttte Armoii.- -,.n leading 6if for ' . y-.tand Wmvler tSil IK Ml HI, MSIW.. to' ATZORJyS COVSSBILOMSAVIAV in win'. I am :dent In . nT.irn for'tel, (H.i . . 1 , U.H....I C.IU.:. ...... - ' I Till-- .- iI UIH :LlIWi IIIJ ..jv III It .... - , ?tnv on Ih wn Jhifiisiir :?bcliTa-t . . Iv .1 lUJt UU1HH1U nNtUHiil I hi m IULIt Hi ."prlil?, lit!!. On, t0 lltW (Of!l ST. s,n,sw 'J' " ri'w-- . approved am! (.'lonUhed a rruisphiiited toth.-- . lOhJs P. BA.Kir. I r, jfcahslf of Tildeunnd llendrick". loth in.. i th. mnty is whtr" are said to haw aepntted jtht- - tv t't if the" tdrvtb.it, hut for (he ! ,,rg jBOt!ui Wiljpra't.. i Obi ..1 ! !"ie. "Th lTwl !,,r'?mJ Jk",ir emi i" 'v ,"',thetuOT.Vi..wi.ita !ilviv ;tj' T" ?etl?tent w itti liw treaMnn. j on I Ij. ntl. ',)n, !iml' lianLt, Umt l,r - Jbcwa Sudan iiulifffrwit test ; j - ,,n, w'5""1 JM mlh th w,rk ys.,ht fn,m "I" . . - ... , . . ... V. -.. . WiRtiAA. .i . r. . .. j . ..1 " i. i. . . i .1.1 im ' .i uia mil r i . t ii' A TV Oli XK Y AT LA W, her nd will no.ioubt taak eteetjuoaj for. M(t(. ;u a .,m.,!v ,..wi,,a. fn I li(tJ(; 174, tW win "f ; ;2."i, nnd trtllVr,v' j1JVwl apt. Johnson and rf ; . llaywarn at . dpmiri Letter Jrojn .11 v. "SVootlwartl. Li k" Itntern. Onto V., j ) b 3JoHorfiitii. DIB!)- ., mfuBl t their ri4.nm :.f Kr. mil - J.'VoltlPuu'Hi ol tors 3 iha IJonrri i Trui fiartflnt;. I'liOrCHSTftSAU AKJJ. -- P 1 Tl B T Or'THil ..,.. ..-- . umrCh.irleM m, , nK,:f;nj, 0f th Trtwn , , o.i. TrSt. IIr T. nt ' 1 ...-,- tl IIAK-rVMU- t-j.- . ,' ntly.-iniiKiuat- 11 VRTHOKU, ( Ki. - i;JPt- nt .! mn fiict,,,,, . . . 1. I. of Hnrlfef J luo omiuij Ut IM M -- TI,KT.-Kmr- , K.V. ( 1 Arc w.it uf cuartkmut ow firltck itiM i ii.:;i if, to tr.U ire ImbR-rI.tt- '. IKE LATEST ?iOfLTIES Wilt pro-tli- cMWki'-vcj.U- uf IhU t" lufctit.r ntiJ laywisr cuatt Siw. ial alicMtMB gha tl i! y. DRY GOODS," geOTS A.t...w, : i v..u!o country. :..., l.y "i'". ..r , rtf-iu- t 4WtiHr4tkmi - cm..tc. v f tW-- fiir W th-I ,jMW i,,-- yIU ,, lt..ltA tliitli r ti i' wI ,f ? ,"c" ",r,t ,! t''tl'1 rh UMitiru f. P. Mnrrrr ! ! ! nil iwrti' line. v cu. to u..u ,w . .i'-..- - . .M-- . toward thut MftJiWI Mr ?;WiT.r. l.Hi;r 1 ifou. ; to.ut.lul. amid it t of the ffepuUkm puiy, m.d tkui. j,, ..imJ firm to tWir ..t, i.,ns- - wL,v !,u,.,ltm .,,,,5 unL.!,,;'- ? IVIU and ran-- t Imw ivil .v.vi.xt .ef.-nu- , ; t; v, aiu 1.. ,U..her(. al.i.t. - tha nwrlt. .rf for Ul,, .r liic uiHii imiil '.unci4 tl.e uiigoveiuiac uii:i aad iiu.nde Jotnntr tW j,,,,," a,a ' -- ?" ?n ft "'V -- J W, llr.rifi.T.I, Kr. l"r , Ky. i SHOES. ! -- ut.v-- ! Hardware, QnduasvaFe, ... d 'V-f?r WTJtfSAY, ,; ST J.".... n r.Wrtl thi4 iikm iiteSiruab'.icatwn. tV next wc4--. A uvbhb tiwaWr paKktitwl in thf ,u u W!- tlus will cviiwor.- 1. ;nd till it lends your ar,t 'Mvti iutluei.o-- .' ' 'cid nij .."T? tliuitt. a liaise of men aud a lii.au.ii f.giiiiift me. iia. c"" tiwt to fidlw and UKvrs'rji's:- "" .Tohu, I will ret'rr ya your ar.H nvida the M how xliiing lrTU N.w, ,,,nrt iUiindid. to to tlie wut wkt proini The rkvtiuu i Kaj-Will (riractiCf luc. " ' -,- !!,,ler.T in lite , Wly ..ndT the M.,e of t!: it.m- von imuI o ... in I be Ohio eouatjr .'irct.lt 1 ,r-- r,!"1 f"H'' !.' Pmudencv r,.: .. emitiiiinwe itt I1V) .ui ot;M.r r,.ut.Hca8 it - ier -- kv The nahv w atchl by tht--' V" Com: of ApraU of Kuit. ,v. t,,w" M a"---' ,w I ll. .Jr. ikv Father that !.,v. th Hi, own. ul aiao t.'iti",' , :wt' tta! 'sain-- ...,!d .ld ::in ut Uim ii'ts. it b iinhavun. ! ,r"'it courts nljoinlg -. iter thi 1'.: villi ok. uid (hat U th Hiuihvr in wik trt j in the interior twnrt r.fUhio CO ml unJi-i!.n nd. Tan i iJuar.! of Trtr9i. U v.H apiicar KoV!KtUt ,1! ln, i'ies annirs ana uo tt,,u,,ly terpru- - Ac. I, Tasuij? Oitcii at!)ivtlinh.t h Uutbtii .1 n. t. OKFICE Wuideol WarUct utrrel near courthouse. jmau i:i our rmwiy w More aiir? to tne your prou:w ii Kd faith, yo.tr Singing the wu itiat . i.'lv lov.n ixit. Ab! but ( All sr.i.jf tl.n . - t)ii-ritle-r, elsiii J s Ly&f Tobacco, all rT fr"tiih.kkin N of n.' t.al) Mtv.tt. l iir4w. r.i-.- o 1 j v.- l"-"- 1 1 l' r ;r. "Min Si; -- un : I will vtll (try al- - Im csh, nr rsaaMpp MyutaS Mtt 1 - v e- li.-- r- - JUST F89M THEASTS i NdCv. ' to :iy gn: .if your yitj f.'ll. j,;. , to vor buiofn tu n t. an i iltii'ifir others, tw "our 'A,S.l4Si.IIlC & a iHikvilh. b.--t K.ukL--v. . ...ril :id yu Imd tin j...' it, ( tiiiirt, For t.'KiTAlTORyEVS AT LAW ttilk V. amitt.lt. iti.'k f Farias aaj o'tat f iriorty h :rf :iiiii,.rt7.ot ( ;siiannc! Javu bmi j! 1ji, tiag a aaft A- - Mv.Kkn7.ik. iif I'tiriHtiitn vMnty. ij lr"ia 6Jc2it"j. !tt tiro. onluct ia n fitir vtf Slit KitrahHlktown "?w, va iit Wr nttfct airnjn i,;itj-- t .oisoim wl.. ii.iti;iii?tc to i:AS.T"OBt), KBSItiCK. . 2! JlC'HiLiUY, OHJm tV.t J i i of y.ur t htci of dcuiovratw gind ih OUT GOODS town last Friday sud fr.lnnl.-iy- . oa4 jwetiiv Mt la DtMfkt of Kei.lucky, in the Tub. to give W uuKt 7th, 17'.. iKK)'"R)d W7 0B.C1HBI wlUi id call. rntit ihc.r tr.K! itunie. F.vtar week we re-- Cut.greM. of the tUriilnl Siu. KtihjccllO - TtiMtFtl fKMMMLliilll .iMflHUUV Al Boys Oletliingi withotn any ccivt- - coi.iin. iiinitiou nveuiioo. upon !tr.eb Yr jirf jrlwl ( . drvw iu y.,r ...ind oi r. v.--l Ihvviw namt.-- . Wv will jul.!wh any fictitious j t" Mr.' Mw!tS.tiH.. ufnu- waw .imo-tiam'- ua. tfep : BOOTd. Sl'Ofc:. HATS. CAW. WRITS ! f8ra,, tb- - nattR you nuiy stud as, hut ire Ww- Wo .tre .ti'thorbed to aaaoaoec .d ViVll?, 'it lutf lb:. ;lfc!ntf. i s.. k on., of th.. I?ftrtf""' tfUVlM, NOT IOSS. iUSKtHUH ATTQJtNE AT LAW, It IusCathis A. SPAim.w, of 0'- dyour rcnl nam'', s an evidence ' I'niou a candidate U 1 wUS 1 UAETrOSiJ, KX. flr!l! good lait'a. AH nouiiiitinkattimM i Con "re-- omntv, a.Second et for J !lH....I...UNd think J;':.,.- - wMl&wjd in the AIa tba latt:l wortianl of of I'MVcsd imI by koiim; Ken tacky, to dneeord Hon. John attention gHti t Um Mlbetioa 4 SX- i- A3l ME. W.LK!lt, .tj tlt? iimnutt jwrty, Yi'. jju to tS w to basket Y..nn( Ihrowii, Hulvvt t. ..r.. .ki .W OS x ia tb nullwM. tJuiinl'K : Jn rrawa :t V4jhI . Hht toti will n!iiuiLIv niu." tlii iir.'nlw. imil" We iwvtr will p.lil:.di any of a lemix'.r'lk-- lintrict (.Hjovcntion. " to 'Aoa gutli'iiifii you bllbd i:oumaiiiepwn without k:r.v;iiig tlicr," r vT? . cd m with t: ii j. ..cK that nv will . AuiurhitniMcui tta-- - u:v-ioivH. A. Kas-- '. ti nltonrc tU.mocri't-- , i I. Mexmku y.tr re.d name of the writer. Hiooifht i this uttrkat, ail of wlaiak A T TORSE F A T LA W al-- i o:iv tin: :ii:fft, nuieli he ffen at iower yrfrices ibaa bcOja. h J.onrif .hir gat-i- t, SUv tlardia. li'v' tlie prineipal. I vrould t!u.t they. t tlit-!. jdad if A' Marmy, IZy. Tl.o .cva4oH 1W .odM. I'jsditi'jally) ure IniPit, ! ".ite rv!3iiiii,iiti.i-.- t 'viu!dil.!.-.:tlo-i- r Vc take the pleasure in informing of jita?nr'. jiroro v.. niv to w.ii..- . j!t;i.' joy i'. tt? with- - .iil ive stn- .trtud lor Uwusrruso, kevcvc&v-- . To thojo who fiiilf! to coiniIy the public tbst we have j- -t reoeived ! StajjJC ant! Faiiliy Ol uQOJiS, w:.j..rity o! ihv J" fl Dk. IL RAIa.H iva..t -- .1. ' Mrli... "nl .. 1. .. 1. n... t ftf.tt.vrf ttatia ifirca - ie fH(tf it r with iiieir promijw, I wtll say. I Hut: iwiui nni fcifi.tM uh.k "1! 1 ry .. CLOTH IN".;, lii.tvs .t NI!.K.. tie, whfii it take? the bigeft i.aJf of arc always kept ttni. Will Iiht. ;. rni Ial4 nr f every (Seaer-iio!;iys in of JJiirtihctktoa n, (iood:-- , Orueerivs, ItiiON and Shots, t tlmy hnvo rearooi ut.iuril prtiilnj." u i...iuahlt Imto. WKI and. tl.Ui wverain.iit e:ui get to "'M' low: i Ja.it Va;.r I.arh", wtite Ac, sad at- ".rti;aj. ilut.-- , ' litag interft i:i tli. Und', and th -- i tlieTtiiflvt.. I leave that :iiail--- r witli will Cajw ot , a!! f which we i.T.ng tanaa laada fca- by ? ..ltooh 4iy y.tin. i siirj-we1--13 e"ti:i-'.tv- . tht- !owc-- t imjit tin price. to stli at duller t. te" iiw ondif to jt dd to ti..i. an! diIr t;ut fav in :fei. u.-- ot' tin- - vji!i:i, nml We k.p coustiuitly .mi l..ud a iare pnee wul be paid Jbr fciriwn, Iwba tlttOlI WELL, K. Y. tin inu!rt on :hn .!d uti. u l i iVftdt 'hat I have ooudtieted thu e:i-vjj;.y i!a;r 1:- roism dh iiartfonl d ! of every thin? in the l'ro- in a nmiiuer t merit the respect tkicdJhHt, Anglic ToaaJ ia a ar.t- Ia i'Mt avarfUiiag mo i.i.it sr.. oar Uiv.a was vi.-Flour, Breon. tVc To clal kaercMt.lmiMfh:otil. Tkry aaytbolr i .;i line oJ ttj""' T,h" v Ui "lin!'t Au.inz to tide this etmiitrv on an nri. g- o xola!vlT 'or Cm., thrrafon: frt tlu-kIn- - hi uioillttuoat j . mit. i.'i. 1 t!.i:it It wisltiii!! auvtbr.--; iu tite t uru- - nt aiarh Ic. fi(art- that, thujia who Iu uu si), friend Xft lo-'i- s totuidod upoa mouer Now Goods! Goods! 90 'Uvh ; thr ara nnt.le.t lure ';ne, we would ittfiillv .r.vite till orfar CAt-i- l tu.iatuner price IbaB aay hunt-i-t n UP 'O' Mil TneW ..wleriv nerU.V ofCie nW.awlif i.e. the h.irmff pe.jdet i t!w ... ai stiK;!: Ohi t'y our the u.vt o? dan.iary nox. you UteM to t'ill aud .:. A (Unii nttAve' to he driv.m by , !lt. .oiv U.i. betiiro purchasing We CAll&aSS fW CEJfIS PES VAgU. t,,:,t ul:,My ' ) ;r " K v" 1 ' Jll 11 1 I rya -- !ut iti tlu Mtteren of taiHtolUt 'iHy ad aMapMa Maak e. w.if vkh f Sftiag ai--J .aauKr I acJ. wajtattagaf tlu- - will pay the highest market price liir I Ai;.;.i.iK on "a.o Xta-e- k. Ur;:.v. lartm,rtlsv n.i.1 itrililtW act n!i Uie i.w-- r in tuesr Thy aUt. bay all kind if Sfcnriiy nimI Staves, Hoop-bole- s . aud Tau-bft that w to .oavo Hartli.nl k. r degradatloo wUl ',ujjw hal-- . Kub'dj. ttV n.-r- . at.t pi.-i.t- " tioocls, Glotliiiig, K..... S.m'p t ' . .. v.... A! !. HOWE A l.RO. .. - ... i.t - fi.r..'iilni T hiiv m.ew.HOii .;t)LD. m- jh uiiiut" nut n.rr wore itifon.ioil thai jt:ite ; lart- - uuta-l- r nuuinnis, ;uj Vut wbift thrv will the hi,, Halt aiarkat and will Spring Lick, Kr. prtCM. Thj retbru .bank to Utrir aaasj yoin paper of thi- - , 2tQis and Shoes, at ajrVti wtt in atleudniio. dvof. lor tl wc ttand upmnnfuUy ovks $lS,00.tk9 fiou Inr tbair vtry liberal aaircBage, and Ctoii Aimn, tbe right, aud put measure into cJ(K-- t ' t,r,1y :,t'''. r"j":' yoiinolf as well a ?t.etUtiRP .if iho IKi;".ItrJtOi(i 2av-:- i a cuntinnsarc i.f the :ame. Ta tliaaa who have nrrer ll.ne with thIr pairuaa, f .' r t.wc ior mourning and Fn.ishiag Soaife. J'iifi tiiiisK-- m i!u ground wh!cli tliat ull pro'jt-- labunn: and biiviie Wei will wad the " Rnfoi.l ury a.a mut ... at.i. in Noveiiil-r- . ...L ritst ci the eouutry. we wul have j n lli WW Hjoyrd hv s'l pre4t. toast nan) u '.dkwMdJamat, ra&r ta Iltit HtntALi) ami the Mterid? WH. 1 o utt.i dtvka it -t take my f &Maaaj' aaiicji. nocajc to regret our ikgradatiou tuu'. j You year, for the small sum of .;,W; ih:i. .v k mix. very t, heart, r.nd ami in addition litcret... each snlw ri TliK hi;ht.st poii.ts in Xcw York loMof true liberly. 'ver . 1 Wtei.grsi :'l'""t ontir-l- y ii.ixrepre.-eu- t eity arv. Tritiily Tu avert uch n calamity U tho duty Ike Iwr i "ill ,vt a pretiiiuid of ! .plendi-- l ' A. aaa :Akl:KZ A iniliait a I'm Te!esrr.ufi buiMii.-j-- . tiie fall iof every truolovtfr of hi conntv. Lt't i5'1 iriiet in this eoimty were I aaiiriMa, Katiiuky Lithograph. Tlie Hut?!- V.'ul.hi. k having tower of the TrtL.m.--, l,;,i"r J,? :! t:'iur ImJW. .Vm' marf CMrw' ifttf. iVt jus, then, uuiteaone man, thrown d' voteu to TemperaiK-- and l.iu v u ir t,. the .!!. nl Otiko, and Jii.--!. Mt hit ktu-i- , axe.--it?oT all party all.iaikV!. an.i vote tin- - !' roforeneo M VUttElT .V 11J4W.. Artsnfft. uui is cue of tlie best futvlv j t;tr.- A Oaa ma.laj al at raaaN, asi waay d your papei. hut to ot Imlopeudeut (Ireeuhadt ticket ueit ini'io-r'ieetiie. The w know of. Sni jcriliC at once HMHUBiiri Butajac: Brj Ma..-hi- Icurrcpoiideiiti. I thi'.k it only a i. ja-- t, Sewiup luid nave our country and .WijHcbc. It v fi.it .tvrry tall itftLir ' retore and prewrvs our liberty. In Give Has call. No troM lo jhw ,ork &r ..tiec. Uood. 11 At a meeting oi the2atok holde-r'"tMl" Willj thuM- -roarftaiotj, I ask ctrcrv voter to con-- : .Tl'ur li;irt.v- - 1 '"' oowpaml i.vnii.ic!, 1 KOSKXBK ABKQ. iii;.:d-i!- i mo :o nir.kii. such -. remark. ot the bio Cotiaty Aricultuirl and lmt it komc mi :ma.-!M-h- iumri-.- l .iiutiiu. I In the ab- - miW tl ' 1.. r- - i; i Slow :i!.ut y.nir vuljrar t ov . my MechanierJ Society, ou .he 15 day oi V. tHaatioti of tho.--e who lite ju J. D. B. r k in i. R. T. it"l-l- l K '! t. I. misV in Jefinj; Ids lior:'1 by duly 1876, the folloaing order was . f t) . '1 5' in- - iijrhttiiiit;? Al.-- in y.mi paper of Yutr--Tmade,. vt: !,'?i,t .team tw rail! bdoc-- u he U.iktBKiw.T, New Yea. Viuss f..... uiu ... - thu. i,.,.,i j..iut . - o. i. ''"s. "Tlie trrounds belonshur to the As- - ot. i..v Making my next raco :.s (Opa. JtauwUtia Uaial.) Bi..-roj:- .v u aarruw p.uvti of iMritm Ei) Haik aoirc lilud wttb . th place, was ciM'jnime.lhv Uv hm T,V1- vi. sociatton bavin'' been s(dd bv ti e r.i. u.l mtUaiKvpor. Waiacrib auv aaiuc. tWti.-t- . " unlike any oilier, aud h:.s no il rntiay .iMgh: :jj,ut 1 t ,clock. Jhe ep:al. Tlie Iniproveil has new vege-- 1 1 will say in concSutimt ptiMnn tln- - Sherltf of Oioo COWlty J'Jr debt, i, h.Uo, ar data free f ebarga Mm- - .al J I r. .. . t , lo oa (H;v ,r if yon hue, if not rule out Wr to .u onlend that the secretary w.i.-.f.kile umt Lrtrj Sktble, jterfOKOfCh. mod Viewa. Amm,9aijk uoHoripuou irom ainoit lite u k i.ibt fcn iaat safvly by Kxttfiw. PosLHQa art,t l'r M ",,t "!lV,n- - cnQU!l otcoBca asa ibiibmb v lotao. lnl-- : hair to .rhv. nVtnrnl ..W liobiL'rs to redeem tl.i sane, aid Muuay Ordat. or Rp(ttn 2 Latter, W. Bala. Potter & i.Vmdiet, are Vo'i hfkVe d'ti.e liefore. to be open until thu iit tleiir ta arv V. P. tAILBIS Bra., ctoL I 'Je:.in ta iafurta UwaitiarM at" Uurtfar .,. . gives vigor to tho luur; re-- j r I Jtwalors, iiMMttlrfcHfe aatl wierj,'eieati,:in.J had Iifes . vi u- II :in at..bt. liti. irvh, l.ouu ilU. Ky ud rkinitj i.At 1 an. waintxd t tarai.h Sad- irv:v.ti'i of J'V.ljrtiarv, n;).xt. .i.i i;i iiiuiu . -iihtv jioir ut pteisaiureiy uatii nea.i.s ; "'hoje wishing lo snlwriV', eau doj . j' tloanl Barn-a- i a"tork, BagiwaaJ roarijaa- - Wt aralnadiyawifTH ftrr i irj tMar,ii iy tbtj jmeat Ok thr lww, Ion Jiaiid on '.he 11th, for if there hr.d to t" awi raaonaM ltm.. t&c nk.atu removes dandruti, hunjor., scaly erup o by calling .1,1 the (.'ouutir Cleik's war oi :.:ake a Rood start in ihe world. TI1.7 llv.ii vo.i '.rould have i.u'de tav colored ()a;. K. J. I. T. ClKoOiT. 43ftU linriMS i :kta tn fcra t bw.r.!t thaday.waak Kect'v. RAM K. C tion ; retuo-- . & irritation, iu'iiiu:; aud . aHMth. A Uacral ;l niUtaig. wltci , ihi-i- r will i'eei v.K-;ci..ks .ir'.'iK and TI.e scaly if yo.t StrnUiax mid ,'liw TmtUWi 1T twt J. J.t'y '..th, dryiK. Ho pioducca luv vt etimalid :it ahtui siz tiioiuaml BrMBfr KlillkHl-t.'M:-ri fit tf.a . could, (but J don'i tldnh th- - v .re fond I'm- - if Acll IIAU HCMtttotorfuli Afia V.'i I II Z. WAYME 83IFFUI. doBurr. K.t kisHranw. 3tlairlBttlitt LiiwiarK. . ( .... I UV iVVtJ iI ili..i If ACtAJfllkf. ueiooeratie wu.i;v). a..: o'Savci 'A' t L'h'EJ). Mt til I ' - ir.y atartin-j- . ATyO&i,KV. S. Wooixvaud, C!vMrItjr SaaAatJBu.t An ohi physician, retired from aK . i 'a 9tv.m Mc.-tJi.j- : rotir:)IMiK... and iio't lc ot n? u iit. rum et'Vr rt.r?r . At . HaaWr i.i ' aaeaarJik I. ?. J l.avo emice'.y recovered live imictice, bavins placed in ivdd by all druggisU in this place and Ayta.ai.teoM. A atta laeatin of the JJci-vra- i 9 Ckfmizali, aut iVays, Jfe.'i 1 rt, .1 from i..y w i:i.do by the Jive oak. ' 1 baudo bv an la.st India i I n.eciijk. i'mxtlj ljk4 ef Ohio cotirdy, i? l.ero'ny calbsi t .enters every wuore. xntuo wppili TvUat Suafa, v'aey Hair aad TaatfV iklw! tho formula ( it si nt.lc Vmruttfltlo s vx' yaeatli" laaMfB. Kru'lM' , frifauirjaUFjay Tternia- MtOt r.t HartCad on .aturdav ti.o 2d atiaauutwctunra' prices by O. A. Coikl"'0 'l'rn. inerp aroii.whwu .pu.litio l.emedy, for the and a Artrei'-- , 'raa aad baalddr Sks'a atrle a the bast ot' its tl i,W auu Jt.uts., uvt. I k., Chicago, sole agents for the m ai1 ' ?,''or- - lt w:a "nd r. Iwnelit unit cure of ( oUBUUiptHm, l.ronctiitis', S. -- ''', M.iin of SeptdKiber. l.7f., at 2 oVl.-ci- ; !. .... ! Sneer, lUm market . .. ' . r-( .'atari b, Astliina, ami ail throat aud -c '" '..;.! Kutiiw ait.l l.r rjg ? to iiomtacte ami iRtruet d..'h:it.i t., IT OranactB Sirmlik ir "r wita ' CalaWaes of La ti.'m ami Sll f4uug AHectiou, al a Positive and i iw 4 s the CoogroaimKl Omveiiiimi which Joint I). Park, Cincinnati. dtrcrtKHw tor aoinx. KvgiuiiK, M rfticatia'- 3I:i!nrli.k PaM Wises aad Litkoao fat Biodieal iry-i-i i i ca!led to Meet at .Sebroe Oily, on 7th Wtn Au entrrvriMB mat. ct. . raicr Biaany 1 00 miiHUiiani oi mala run iliintts, a't ervMt3 Complaints, after tiavimj .inotVec KscHr.-ioii- , Pun!, OiU, V'tmuAt, Pft'StS--, ; v. ill. a M..t;c Lauiara. of SeptoiubBr. This Au U, 1576. thoroughly tested its wouderfttl cttra - i crtlr , UUo A,lm Piai;lliff. , ulw are breathing an An eX..i:rri...i tram will run fr-i.et.r-ltaivr- r, Jty order of the i .Bli. powers iu tliounamU of enseo, feels j tW Pa, InV. Uarelcaaj. fila-- J f Sb! ;IMtoat ,kit Equity. Asinst are sul live ' Patty, 1'arbaB u.l, LaaB sad t.'hbacy. ; .l.metii.n tr. L.mhvi'io S!..v, ' l,:t atul -'' on ttuiy to niase it Known to nn t ite heir.-- Uei U. ) ii ?VLUKUi:imx, Chairman. "genng aud malignant aud Ajtnated bv tbia MloVi I5UH&.V, :.mvi:.S at JLVstvor Dam t.; !!" All ,rsUa l,vi.,.. cli...s aioat the k ir:n . ! PttyWa.' motive, and a .oiiscieniioiis deire to ' estate oi JobimIi Li tea ilcceniad, are re- I ri .,e!.-n:JlYilllU a. m. There will bi four or a ts n.i T" t prowrir rtaB.UtL and- iellow Fever and Asiatic I'tlkovc human s'lHlriu, he will .end .iceaiad to prodaeo ihr ir artAsr.K i a.i.i. n.-,-a. a. .....,..t ... .t aa a t...... t ' '(V.awi.ara (JfTlllU. ii alii. all who desiru it, iro;eii, to the undcrinl. Marter ma. BAtuv ie ., wy wiiouwif the we. (fm t.fehiwj?) to T.wit rpiilS KK nt aaiir.T amatt Uaawf kctur- - of Kentueky Stale Grange, i wo.kte.L Fare f..r the round tripj Clli'ra- ton". ,UUi r.r with full direction for pre-- 1 ... .. rui tr-.- r "V x-- , i 'I .Va4 tr.3 la tha daaiaM. af " a wIU giro a Mhlie lectuie al liaekbont SI 50 ouooaehas and $1 t(0 on exeur- """"" fuuy L, . . rfmaaifhaaf naaea. Hla mail by avhlreiidng with , wltl ICy.,inTheijlay, August J7th, l7ti, aiutctH. Ticket can lw had at thel fchilJ" W,J fever: 40 ai,u,oUt f),ri.vel. frr.l. i HataHl: 1 rw aw..t. f ac tx p. nitm ..iimcutt uj cure, me unneaiuiy stamp, naming Uiik paier. MfUKK! I , SLt'oCC. Goiheu Church, August 8tb, ti.pt. v.:Y tiOOBS. flltOOBKlhS. BtTK. CAPS' Madai. I VT. S, 8oJ- ASJIKTM CO IV. SUOltS, HABdWAKh, j etfecta of living ""-'. in aueh luiabiuaiic Ja'' . .,, J . UMHrmt Stock. SrWM-..- . l76. Aim will eompiete the organ- i . vi!BMwair, it, secti'uiB iirt! ileitrnvpl hv the fre usi ,Zl:t.:. . initai or Ohio uuimiv vrriuiiie uic, . u .. . . j j nialk ae will low fat ak. ar eitbAa Vf ASfUil V XUi&iWSmH SHfleei ol D- - Kaxku: r'a Sw 'tN SiiAtB OR :.r voutikry bisbest a.jtai cAug 16th). PuUk lecture at 4 Persona knowing them. . ' l iy I a a). Tanw. .lwt., Ptt'u W'"re "" iU! . 1 "' "rH ,Jl G older Wtwurai This sUiHlard 1 o'efctek . ,m. n..ut, f Aiauart debted tojuo either by. i. r .1 ext, will U put out iercollecii.iii. I ; . ... remedv Uuueo.'ialed for t he prevenikm ) ". v.m.. i. j. .v. IWUU, t N':i " 1 ...mi7i..'m Dlv"h. D!V r . J. HawaaH 4.rB- (, I tl vn i . in. ir nioawn oi uie or-- 1 t (. Vv-- , t AArVkltuf lIAM t .i - .v- -, .vi.e all4i jiura oi uie ciasa ofU&ie orcva tV . .a J t.S. X. TtO.-.i.!iuiaat Claim, u.-.-'i Ail ,r-.M.- Atl .lertMin l.iu.'tjr C'iiii' are especially expeetotl avit.t "1"Jp ' !' jn-- . t, t lent ia low and K....:r a .i '. Ha." MRiahy bmU. and 000,0 lorW:l'1 ' Ul tir.t.tt. o: ..i'Airwilt.ki. ta HtU.nl, and the Hildic gonerallv are Allan, ion. tin- "a a ...-- 'it ! i'jA : it uitr ;oi Itadvr ia itara aoU fatv being a txiroly vegeinoM iireparauou; -- y , ijvifed'. "Dergatps to, nifd luemWg fc.-i.All I t . ., t ti.i :i. . ; 1 ... a V (a ' " - itk.,1.. if. i M rvnnBU It A' .u .tiu', i; : m m ' ' .. . '.'it . t (' ne will yleane call md set-4" Guttuty Unue are exjieeted to " :. i . system. co" : . , .lr daS .1- - ,li T iiH In, i; aa aaw tm Wai tli, CMlna, Baat .. 1 am. al GoiheH. NuUvb', Tauey njanaptly at vuvnnni n uai .. .... mit. all inMt and :tecoutUM out for ml. .! tl. Mm, llau and Ct. A Iarj . miIbaibI Tuc warm weather atill cooluiuea. Ii.jltifv will I tort'Tfr k'..ru... I '.c- ' Barxett, 0. C. Election. ml " I.lJ, iu:' VL. 'l.Cox. J. 13. Wbj. ! is neeessarv. i. ? M'. HKi.U,';.. o.Ot K Ik MTKHi ! I. ri.t'Ot 'At'g. 7Ui, lc7ti. i .J-Jtllv lv'.'C Tun? ,) tin exem-firnextiMiudav. ' fcr K Ii.' JU: i' y.-1 fivxii litis K, ur ,km triji toj f, ! dimiiudf tli nrd, aiMt Hav timtn thsm v m..y exiiect to hvsvr of t.,Tal" 3ovk- - d. pi. :!k jc.f-e- r my i'lfluannr tr ti re; i, ht Hi- n-r- t Inr Wijij),-r!iimI ..l.j.hor ,tti.. ic'i-ih- . la HrMl. .c rtonthe br'I.. j.b4joyrt vVfii ni Mi'.i.r r. U. 1TA1.KKC, it. c. tlln.i-a- . iti-r- 0.tr atrii.utj, k.O I..ur t' h-i- I I Vr n-v- t!-.- l.'ong'-w-ton- pk-au- s.;..,, j. leu & f"rtu y - - I. i.?t.i itt-vr- '. rtsi!de DL-tri- I! w-- ,i vr .int Inqt iiii ier ma a t ohji-ciiwj- k- a-- w af n - , 1 1 l- t or - i d 'ui' toi-rat- lr - G- w 10 0 0 - 32,. !(. u...-r.0- ai -- !ii-lv- ilU .t. w """ Kcir 1m-- 1 h e. . Ij i) O 1j J il ai i - u"!-T- -- Oaoatry Produce, fav.-ri-- .i 3nl.-F.5i.(t- capital, Dry v-- r v-k- r 1 ; lstfoas t' :;:. ttde, GOODS, n-i- .f ' - e wl.-.tov- er a j ht..i iiaifa.-.-'OuuNWfi- :dw tst lf .jt-a- f-.- SfckWya?':. -- - 'S'S' rti, e ?J ! j . .I.-:- I. .ISSm R. o thi-vee- !:, ..- , I H.t..ajHt...tott! 1 irkr. rt.uJ 'st wax. ! .ob.-eripti- R-.-- iiiii v i -- nr ( ktn-.-l- io. ol ti..-in- lI;. UiT t:Sl -- :i SHi J I - 1 rv ,irIK . .rtt, ''" 'i-i- a 7lt U-i- . I 1 (Uiit-.tAu- 1 va """y aaa.. li.,q i.. " ; l- tino.-pher- e ; " ,,1. j0ih ..j n' r.-- l.nr-ri-ot-- 1 I " 4 "'. F.-v.-- , 4 j ssi, pr.rt" ""? 1 IB -- V -- rnugLi . r! I ad i " ' i... w. 'a fte ""T;T T .'l?' -' -- Kr-iii- ,V i. J t.'!-L- U t.' at ..r. dcllto 'sr. . ; i .tn,.! T "7 4b.J I . , : . erOOBS, . . I. ! k., li' Ij - n I - i.- 1 i, COUNTY DIRECTORY. it. v. E:i:::icv3.t, re- Miijor .tiilri'fi IVnlcli. Tho Kcvolutioiiiiry rpimlo known as the capture and execution of the pr.illant young Eiiglisliimn, Major John Andre, who, when eaught as a each spy within the American lines on his m l November, ami cuntiuues Ihrcu term. hnrri"il journey from West Point to COUXTV COUUT. Xw York, iiiliore! tho cuul(y of Hon. W. F. tlteg.iry, Judge, Hartford. Arnolds tii'.".M:i is familiar to every C.iit. Sam. K. Cot, CIcrL, Hartford. and his vain J. I. San lerfer, Attorney, Hartford. AtwMim M'hool-hoafit'rof his pure and wateh for the life Court begins on llio first Monday in cery Ktiicli it seemed so hard to lose, has month. Ql'AKTRKLY COURT, !peonie a matter of history. His capllrgin on the 3rd Mondays In January, April, tors were jioor, humble men, to whom July and October. uither gift hul--I have COURT OK CLAIMS, a fortune, hut American honor proved llcgin on the firs Monday ia October. orilKK COUNTY offickils. iltdf true a American justice wa in lle.iik What became of Andre'.-imiv-u J. .1. Leach, Assessor, Cromwell. 3. Smith Kitzhtigh, Surveyor, Sulphur Spring?. after his death i.s not known, i lios. 41. llosncll. Coroner, Sulphur Spring. but the watch is still preserved and Vi . I., linwr, Sehool Commissioner, MartforJ. MAtllSTlt TKS' COURTS. is now in the At wood, Caney ilistiiet. No I l'. II. Alford, Centennial Commissioner from Vi of the lVaec. l. O. White Hun. Court luld Mar-e!. June 17, September Land Heceui-he- r coiiMii, by whom it .was received yes Is- 1'. I. Tilloril, Juitire ot tli- - IViicc. terday. The watch is of very pure 1' O. l!oine. Courts held Mareh IS, .lone 5, September IS. and lleeember 1. W. W. Uzell, gold, plain and without chafing. It Coutub!c. 1'. . No. 2 A. N. Ilronu, Coot Spridgt is ojen faced, and Aiows by the length Justice of the lVare. 1. O. ltitlport. t'twrls of the stem that it once had an outer held Mareh 3, Juno j. Soptemli. r 2, and lle111 of tho are the eember V. O. I. J. Wilcox, Jurtien March oover. On the inner cat-oCourt held Peace. September K' and December 2. !.", .Inno following: "Wind up the right." T. O. Uoekport. U.nao llrown, Constable. Turn the band.-,- " and under this Centcrtown district N.3 IV. 1. Render, J' held Mareh P. P. Point Pleasant. "Jehu Andre, 1771." The maker's 31, JuneO.11, September oil, Court December 15. and is also stamped on the cate, A. T. ColTman, J. P. P. O. Coral o. Courts imme K, June 2S, September 15, and "Tiimmis Campbell, Albany." The hi Id March30. S. L. l'ulker.-oConstable. DeeetuWr - Fall. luiiocy of the interesting relic as known P. O. II ogi:Hull' Store District No. 4 lien Newton, Mj. Atwood, is as follows: A fol-- 1 J. P. P. ). lluford. Court luld March II, ! and PeceinKr of the unfortunate .luuc 23, September II, O. Hartford. 27. S. countryman Courts Woodnard, .1. P. Pinlru-te- d with the eare of held Mareh 24, June 10, September 25, DecemAudio was Countable. P.O. lluber II. Lli Chinu, tho wateh, and charged to take it to ford. Fordsvillo district No 5 C. U It. Cobb, England, where it would be considered J. P. P. O. Fordsville. Courts held March :i sacred relic. Subsequently the wateh 8, June 11), September 8, December 22. J. I.. P. P. 0. Fordsville. Court held iuto tho custody of a pawn- llurtou, J. June 7, September 22, Decembers. past-eMarch 2l, broker ia Philadelphia, with whom it J. I. Harder, eonstuble, P. 0. Ford.vitle. distiict No. 6 C. S. MeElroy, J. P. remained for a number of years, when P. Kills' White-villDaviess county. Courts 0. September II, Decernheld March 0. it was reclaimed by a gentleman who?e h.er2.--. Jame June 21, J. P. P. O. Whiten- Miller, name is not know, and from whose v.ll , Daviess unty. Courts held .M'ireh 22, ConstaSciilcinber 2.1, December possession it passed into that of Mrs. June i, lmo noue. C. W. Phillips, Deputy ble Minuiila Calkins, a resident of Hebron, Sheriff, P. 0. Whites ille, Davicjs county, does the business. "Wis. This lady has lecn its custo Hartford pUtrict No. 7 J. P. Cooper, J. P. Courts held dian for over a quarter of a century, P. O. lieaver Daa.. 14, December MarehA. 13, H. 20. Janc2r, September and only a few days tince forwarded Dennett, J. P. P. 0. Hartford Courts held March 25, June 12, September 27, December it to the Centennial Exposition. The 13. V. L. Maddoi, constable, P. '). Mcllen y. Cromwell district No. 8 Samuel Austin, J. relic bears upon its face evidences of Courts held March 27, P. P. 0. Cromwell. Philadel Juno 16, September 59, December l'.'. Melvin its age and authenticity. Courtsheld Taylor, J. P. P.O.Cromwell. phia Press. March 17, Juno 30, September, lit, December 2fi. K. S. llodges, Constable, P. 0. Cromuc-A1 'n-tiHo-in- e. 1 n, v -e, Stmrt, Judge, Coats, Pants and Vests cut, made ami ILiycralt, Attorney, paired in tho best Mylo at tho lowest prices A. I.. Morton, Clerk, Hartford, nol ly !.'. It. Murrell, Matter Commissioner, Hartford. i,. i'.ivoi:i:m:ii. T. J. Smith, SlioriiT, llrtrir.M.l. i:. Ii. iff. Jailer, Hartford. Court begin. on the second Mondays In May lion. Hon. Jump cincurr coiikt. Fashionable KY Tailor, IIAUTFOIM), ItaVII.ItOVIJ T1MK 'X'.VltllC l.oiiKvillc, PihIiichIi A .Siillllineslcrii. Tho down train for Pailueali leaves Louis ville, daily except Sunday at S:lia. iu.and ar- OiKO. KLEIN JNO. M. KLEIN' GEOEGE KLEIX IIAKTL'OKD, KY., IM POUTERS AND DEALERS & BEO., IN- - HARTF0ED T,. HOUSE, Ji". rives ut J. LTTOlSr, Iropr. BOOT I SHOEMAKER. KtAI.KK IN Cecilian Junction at t!r.iyson Spring! ut ijciiciui"!ii ut Millwood at Hearer Dam at Uockport at Oweusburo Junction at 11:2S a. m. 12:.'i(l p. in. 1:0.1 1:IS 2:."i:t :2i llAUTFOKD, KILNTl'CKV (ireenvilln 3:17 1:115 Repairing neatly and promptly done. P.idiicahat The up Nortoiivillo Junction at WU 11:110 " " " " , I illU. i LANTERNS COMPLETE :o::o: recently rented the above Ilouse, and have furnished it in elegant stjle, and com mereial men will find it to their .adrantaso t HARTFORD, KY. I hare stop with me, as tho " " VIRGIL P. ADDIiTGTON DRY fJOOD.SANI) GROCEUIKS, Boots and Shoes, nothing, Caiioeris and Trii imii gs a specialty . Best brand of Jeans :iltr.iy on hand. I will sell for caidi, wool, featlu rs, ei;g or butier. Will also cut and m ike clothing In tho latest tylo and on the iaoi.1 reasonable term, lleiueuiber Ibe place Market street, next door to Hartford llou.-c-. train tor Louisvilln leaves Paducah laily except Sunday at ti.li a. m. and arrhes at N'ortonvillc Junction at 0:23 a. m. " 11:3:: llreeuvillu at 11:5.'. " liTeulMiro Junction at Itoekporl at 12:2i p. m. " 12:.'i5 Iteaver Dam at 2:55 " l.eichlield at 3:115 " tlrays in llis'Clifi a " 4:1") " Ceeilian J.m- lim at " f.:20 I.otil iv illu at Hartford ii connected with tho railroad at Heater Dam ly utae Hue onee a day. Thi-9trains connect with Kliiahethtonn at Cecelian: with Dwenshoro at Oenshoro Junction, and with Kvansville, Ilendersuu and Nashville at Nortonville. D. I'. WlHTioun, Superintendent. 1 White, Brown and Yellow Ware. Wcalsokccp onhanda full and will selected stock of GIASSWAUE LAMPS 3Ertrtfoxca. TTouao is situated in the business portion of tows. Nice rooms can be furnished In which to display tbeil samples. My table will at all times be provided with the best eating the market affords, and every attention will bo paid to these who may please? to give me their patronage. 01 flffiTIII LocUs. IJolts. AVe BF IlBWil l OF -- CONSISTING Wrought and Cast Strap and "T" Ilinpe, Axes, TLitcIicU. Brtclicr Knives, Talile Cutlery of idi Mylrs, a full assortment of Spoons, Hand Bells, Cow BeIN, Shovels, Spailts, Forks, Garden Tools, NaiU of all kinds and sizes, Screws and Filei. A Good Feed Stable is connected with the Ilouse, and stock can b well provided for. Respectfully; L. J. LYON. line of keep a full line of Carpenter's, Tools Braces and Bits, riancs, Chisels, Draw-in- ;; Ktiives,:Wrenclies, Are , Ac. Also Stoves of all fcortK and sizes. Wc keep a full Tixnrasc oi? our own Manufacture. ! BIG CLIFTY HOTEL. nd Ol lit Maine. terms Augusta, 1 1) ii tiny at home. Agents wanted. Out, free. Tit U II .t CO.. A A'lislit Tho Mail and Accommodation traius are run thu following time-tahlby Iieavcs i:niisvllli-- , (tvtciislKiro iil. We offer these gooiN for sale at prices as low and liberal ascati he found in any market city or country. no I2-- tf BIG CLIFTY, KY. This hotel Is situated on the Louisville, Pad. neah and Southwestern Rail Road, and the day train from l'adueah tu Louisville stops here for dinner. Ample time is given passengers to eaf, and a first-clas- s dinner is furnished for only 50 cents. SAMUEL GOODMAN, Prop. All for One Dollar. Crow's Lewis' P.iley's Ten elojiiint Sheets of Choice Mitfic ar- rati"id tor the I'iatio I'orte will lie sent Ly mail on receipt of one dollar, (post kiiii; or -- inie copies at l. cents each. They enii nUo he ordered through any News Dealer in the United States. 7obi .Voini. Happier Day. Instrumental Vlntitnl Why can 1 no' l'orct Fur O'er the Waves Milith. High Life. Waltz Down whero the Violets (Wot? When Old Jackson had his Day Tho lirand Old Kami The College Qitickidep Then' a Letter in the Candle Do you Hcally think he Did t Add res. orders to I!esj. W. . t)wenhoro at Sutherland' 0M U am 'SS " IB i.5rt 10.111 111.22 Tichenur's 10.58 Str. ud's 11.18 S. Carrollton Owcnsboro Jun. 11.30 Leaves Crow's Lewis' Kiley's I, land Livcrmoro " 10.31 " l.4l " " " " Arrive. A 20 p m 5.52 " . 5.11 " 5.32 " 5.20 .'..OS " " " " A.M 4.11 4 32 4.12 " 15 13 " " Xalie& sot CrCisitieMcii JBQOT & SHOE, $5. If you want ease and comfort, only wear a good fit! g (Inlaid Oxford, Ties.) MILLWOOD HOTEL, TO " 4.00'' TO D MILLWOOD, II A D H. K. :o- -- KY. irWfnr. IIV(erur Could. ACCOUUODATI0K. II A AT Ii E WELLS, - - - Propr. o; Uvlhe. Owenshoro at SyUnttUtrt. Sutherland's Publisher, Hitchcock, Tichenor's Third Aciiue, New York. Livcrmoro ol2 r.10 tim Islind Stroud's 2.30 p m 3.10 3.20 " 3.35 " 3.50 " 4 05 Arrives 10.2K a m G56 " 6.3.' " 9.25 " U.I0 " 8.55 ' 8.40 " 8.25 " 8.10 " 7.45 7.30 " AT 4.20 4 35 4.5! ' 5.24 ' S. Carrollton 25e. to (J. P. ROWCI.I. A CO., N. Y L.P.AS.V.Dcii. 5.3J " SEXD Pamphlet of 1 I'D paces, containing lists Trains run daily, Sundays excepted. of newspapers, and tstimatcs thowing It. S. TlttPLKTT, ilcn'l Manager. cost ofaaverlising. " " " No. 7 Mamilc Teniae, LOUISVILLE, KY. The day train from Paducah to LouIitIIIo stops fur dinner at this place. Passengers will find a good dinner for the small sum of 50cts. The trains stop long enough to give passenger- sufficient time to eat. I?oot" and Shoes made to order on Short iSoticc in Ladies and Gent's, and no-1- 6. (jhidrcnV Good-- . A. G. KELLEY. W.A. KELLEY. CHiJNTRLL, rIln- ui: GROCERIES. to O M HOTEL STS-LOOiSVfiLL- BEAVER DAM, KY. J.POYAEll - . Proprietor. This Hotel is situated on the Louisville, Paducah and Southwestern railroad. Passengers for Hartford on the East bound train will hart ample time for eating before going tu llartfiinl. A first-cla- ss dinner is furnished for 50 cents. Sample rooms furnished to commercial men. I III a3 3 B -5 O , J 1. 1 GOU, SEVENTH AND MARKET KY. Xvw situl Ltc:iitt it'itl Si Ion I'or IN7( ifli'in... i..t..f. .i II. ivl 11H Ii llil lltlll SlltlllflSS4l-4MIr Inlcrlal. W orliiiiiiiisliip lu.ilil mill IliirnliillU Hit- - i:s:t.V i IIIiliA.NS irj.OOO sliiml iiurMiillcil. 32r i, lli.-u- 'Iiuri-li'H- . lire in use in l'llllllllt-te. BOARD E, tf 3 c tn 3 k? d5 i. $2.00 PER DAY. BIBLES AND TESTAMENTS : " H S 113 0 iJS-O- 'S 1 A iiousi: is wi:u. KciLvisiinn axi Cuntiully oivk va a call. :AT Locatko. no-- 20 COST:: Testa-menu A handsome from the assortment of Eiblcs and Send for Illustrated Catalogue. --- The timutluiotlicr's TrlcU. well. 0 T. h. Allen J. P. Courts held March 14, June September 13, December 2S. John M. 24, Courts Leach, J. P. P. 0. Weaver held March 28, June 13, September 28, Decemconstable. ber 14. Sulphur Sprinjs district No. 10 It. G. in Natchez, where a gambler was indicted for swindling, having won from a rich greeny a thousand dollars with tho grandmother's trick. Judge Cichard Turner was then on the bench. The judge was eminently practical in his character kuew nothing of cards or tricks of those who contrive to find a livelihood by handling them lie had never heard of the jrraud- niother'a trick, and when the indict ment was read asked if there was any. thing in the statutes making the grand mother's trickan act of swindling. He was answered there was not, but that it camo under the bead ot swindling generally. "I don't know what it is," said the judge, "and it is moved to quash this indictment because the grannmotber's trick is not in the stat utes denounced as swindling." "If your honor pleasc,"said the Dis trict Attorney, "we liavo a witness bcrc who undertsands and can play the trick, and if the Court please we will have him show to vour Honor this It was P.O.Hartford. Hartford District No- - 03 o iisu 3 o 'A ! --- a txi a Prices Low for Ciudi or EasV Payments I). II. BALDWIN A CO., H I.-,V- THE NEW "DOMESTIC," A DOUBLE THREAD LOCK-STITC- H American Bible Society in the Depository at V. P. Addixotoi's. These books are sold at actual and no one. need be without the Scripture, as Ut has -t llli Slreel. Cincinnati. K T " Courts held March 21, Juno 0, September 21, '. 0. SulDecember T. J. A Bennett, J. '. phur Springs. Courts held March 7, June 20, conSeptember 7, December 21. "reeinct No. 11 W. II. Cummins, a". O. Hartford. Courts held March J. 10, Judo 22, September 12, December 26. Jackson Yates J. I'. J' 0. lluford. Courts held March 23, Juno 9, September 20, Do cembcr 12. H. II. Burton, conetablo, a". 0. Wedding, J. I'-- 0. Sulphur Springs. 9 SO to c General Western Atients. Kstey Cot tage Organ?, Decker Brothers and Ohio Valley Piano Co.'s Piano. MACHINE; et, Cheap Bibles for Donation to thoue not &Mo to bajr. tbeiu. Call ana examiner "5 Ll. S 2- - John P. Morton PUBLISHERS, & Co., stable. liartlctt's EIVESSIDE WEEKLY :o: :o: An eiglit-jsig- e liteiary, lamily amt temperance journal, ami U the neatest nntl prettie.it jciiriml in the South. It I'irculnleH m nearly every Stntc in the United iitate-f- , arwl has regular &jrrcfljon-ilent- x tlirouylioul the country. Amoiijc hi coiitrtlnitorK wo inention n .few who are well known to the rcuJing nillic, viz: Ilenilcrson, .Snperinten-ilc- nt Dr. II. A. Public Iiistructioii of Kentucky; T. ."j. Arthur, editor ot Arthur's Home .Magazine, I'liiluik-lpliia- , l'a ; Dr. J. K. Duchiinnii , author ol Ruchnn.in'a Syotcm of Anthropology, Louisville. Ky.; Mrs. Agr.ea Leonard Hill, Chiengo, Illu.; J Irs. Kuell Kavanaugh, Louisville. Kv.; the regular cortus of experienced editors. From the purity of the matter pub Iihed in its columns, together with the grrat rxriety of the ennir, it is one of the best family jtmrnuh in the cvHtttiy. AUtUSTN WAXTLll CVCCYWHERG' To whom liberal comiuissiona will be pai.l. Splendid lithograph engraving to each annual Mihseriber, with many varied and valuable club premiums, extending from gold sleeve buttons, sewing: machines and organs to a SOW) piano. 100H9 DR. LANCASTER'S DISPENSARYPuvVtSr1- Irrit til Private. ZTerrousAutiLCaVUNl tctlfhuntltefrati'iii. Gonorrliea (JUtf. str.--- .iv, ltnp. turr, VancirCvIr, CKturti bklu u.d ILood iJList quick- tlon ot the J alliiie iI tl. tnnh, Irricu;axltu.,aJi,li.lull SIcnM-i- . tullv i tl. ac. Spermatorrhea, t"cnoi4 libtaiy, ftp., (tlieremttof mHltltcir fit ctj. in youih or xnal txc u in. try ui.tl pn mtttite j.muaton, lvirt-trruUinxinttrt Jn p'tnry kinl Mrril-lt- y, rruJcriuf irtrriz nnniM r or tn Lijiy, pfrma-nentl- y cured, lintrt:irho ratktIttpcta rur. Jin. l.AM'AtTrc CAN CUHEVOU. ftnitp WIU .1 TreitiM Miit l.irKilin rvtut vtanip. Mtttirii'rj furtiiihrd. mineral psi'.M.n vA Patirnti tnatoJ hy lUor Kxprrti. Charyi- rrjwuaUV. (Vnu'tation trc nj romlKjntrnrr trU:ly nt. Al!rra fcbvr. l ttir lctrt hiin IVrionttKiItnir will i roimtaut lx.ui t A. bwl'Jl. &UJult BOOKSELLERS and Stationers, 150 WediMn St., bet. Fourth and Fijlh, lluford. POLICE COUUTS. Hartford F. P. Morgan, Judge, second Mon Jays in January. April, July and October. Charles uriSin, .Marshal. Beaver Dam. E. W. Cooper, Judge, first Saturday in January, April, July an I October W. II. Blankcnship, Marshal. A. P. Montague, Judge, second Cromwell. Saturny in January, April, July and October II. '. Wise, Marshal. V. D. Barnard, Judge, last Sat Ccralvo. urday in March, June, September and Decern bcr. Daniel Tichenor, Marshal. Hamilton J. W. Lankfurd, Judge, post office address Mcllenry, courts held third Saturday in January, April, Jaly and October. A J. Carman, Marshal, post-oOc- o address McUenry. Rockport James Tinsley, Judge, Mansfield Williams', Marthal. Courts held first Wcdncs day In January, April, July and October. CHUltCII DIRECTOKV. frims k mmm, LOUISVILLE, AT uo!5-(ii- DR. LANCASTER, and .'ir r ttilh uc .it r (iratlunt In MHlIrIoe prartae (otittinifvlu u R. 0. MKKP.ll.L S. J. HART 31 K K C II A N T T A I LOUS, Xo. 172 Main Street, lictircon Fifth and Sixth, LOUISVILLE, KY. nlaly trick." ch "Let him be called, then." "Mr. Sheriff, call Kail Hurst," said the attorney. It was done and a pack of cards was provided. "Can you show me the grandmotb cr's trick, Mr. Hurst?" asked the Judge. "If you can, do so." Hurst took the cards and shuflling thera well, held thorn up, and asked the Judge to turn over the top card. He did so and said it was the knave of hearts. "What did your Honor say was tho card?' asked Hurst, as he held the pack in one hand. "The knave of hearts." "Knaves play tricks, your Honor," answered facetiously Hurst. "Arc you ure it is the knave of hearts ?" "Yes, I know it is." "Now perltaps your Honor would like to let something on it." "Show tho trick, sir, testily ordered the RaptLt have services first Sunday and Sunday uignt in every uontn and saturuay night preceding. W. P. Bennett, pastor. M. E. Church South Services third Sun day in every month. W. W. Cook, pastor. Union Sunday School every Sunday morn ing at Lair past eight o clock. JOIIX V. TIS.VC'Y A SOX. UKDE Ii T AKEI1S, KY. 1IAKT1-0IID- . z TT retains all the virtues of the "DOMESTIC," including the Automati. Tension, which wjt and it the best in ue. notice our PATENT HARDENED CONICL BE.KINCS oa both the Machine and Stand. Our ncv and old das. worVed out with brand new Machinery and Tools at our own new worlc, in the buv city of Newark. New Jersey, have given u a standard of AIKCHAX1CAL. KXCEL-l.nNCMinimum of Friction, Maximum of Durability, and range of work, never heretofore reached in the Sewing Machine world. Judge." "1 have no trick to show your Honor. . The cards do this. And now ance you fay the top card is the knave jf heart, will your Honor turn it over." The Judge reached forth his band, ind carefully turned the card, when it .timed up the ace of hearts. Throw ing himself bark in his t evidently much surprised, ho brought his clenched list down upon his docket, exclaiming quite vehemently : "Swindling swindling of the very worst sort ; let the .case proceed," and the indicted was found guilty, fined and imprisoned to lite extent of the law. New Orleans Times. tc-.i- A town gend that an Indian once killed his wife the:c for wasting buffalo mt-.i- t. in Kansas is Killed "Wo-raau- 's Waste," lnrcause an Indian le- n? A: (2f dealers in all kinds o We invite the attention of alt, especially those having; high mechanical skill or woiulcn coffins, rora the finest ruse wood casket Mm I T510.UAS observation. N. 11. AU Machines fully warranted. , to the cheapest pauper coffin. All kinds of coffin trimmings constantly on DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO., for If you want a good clock at a moderate, hand and fine sale. CMiicngo. Keep a hearao always ready to attend HARTFORD LODGE No. price, send for our new illustrated price list of Scth Thomas clocks. Clucks securely packed funerals freo ofchargo to our patrons. LADIES. USE " DOMESTIC" PAPER FASHIONS. Meets in Taylor Hall, in Hartford, and sent to any address at our risk on receipt Wwjons and Bitygies, ivy., on thefeecond ami totirth Saturday of price and City cents additio'ul for express evenincs in each tnontli. The fraternity cnarjreE. iuoncy may uo scut tarcly by regis, A1TD constantly on hand or mado to order. Particare cordially invited to visit ua when con- tcred letter or express.BAHNKS ular attention given to plow stocking, C. P. Gent's Silver Hunting Key winding Lever Xlxttctttizc of Our $15 Watches DUO., venient for them to do bo no I v2 Jcnelcrs,Main st bt. Cth 7th, I.ouisvillx.K v v.atencsia. lieu Oliver iiuniing L. IUrkett, N. G. Wm. Pntrrs, Sua $25. Ladic.' Gold Hunting IJ. 1'. UHRRVMASf. D. D. U. M. Ladies Lever Matches, ?au. Lever Watches, Gold Hunting TEKMS OK KirilK('KIlTIO. g 570. Gents' t..ld Hunting Gr. San (Inltvood Ltrer Wntrhey, JC5. Gents' Gold Hunting g Lever Watches $70, Tosjcfscs a much power in reHARTFORD LODGE NO. 12. fetoring to a healthycrcater the mucus stnto Either of the above Watches sent by mail at menitirtine oftlie urethra than either our risk on receipt of price- and fifty cents lor Meets in Taylor Hall, Hartford, Ky , or Copahia. It never produces sick- I'OSTAIJK 1AII. postage, or uy express, witn oiiiiucuurvumce every Thursday evetiins:. A cordial invi ne.1.1, is certain ami in its action. Frank Leslie's III. Newspaper, Weekly, $1 00 on delivery of watch, subject to examination tation in extended to inemliern of the Or- - It is fast every other remedy. ' 4 00 Leslie s Chimney Corner, and approval, if desired, before paying. AH ilcr to vieit and oil such will be made ruxiy cap.suicH cures in mx or eight days. Frank LeIie' Illustrirte Zcitunr, " 4 00 our watches aro warranted either sclid geld or e mon The Day's Doings, Xo other Medicine can do this. welcome. 4 00 solid silver, am' sent safely by " " Frank Leslie's Lady's Journal, Vmiihn l)!th . IV, Soft Cijiwlt, taatninlwj LVCURUUS BARRETT, W. C. T. 4 00 ey order, registered letter or by i sprcss. We Oil " 2 50 ml,t at all Drwj Stmcn. Tho Young American, Gnoss B. Williams. W. Sect. hno also a very tine assortment of solid gold and silver chains, which wc aro offering at Miss A.mi: Tbacv, L. D. .Ukur cimlnr, or leud tu 35.C- 37 Wootle rStrttt rrink Leslie's Hoys and (lirls W cckly, 2 50 J orl',fvr uur. Leslie's Popular Monthly, 2 00 rrank rnuallv low nrires. We ask especial attentinn .i cic Frank Lclie'sLaily'Mag:izinc,Monthly, 'J 50 to our fifteen dollar silver watches, believing I 50 Krat.k Leslie's Iiovs of America, ' them super) ir to any watch at like price ever ZSI. ' 1 50 Frank Leslie's House, sold in this country. Frank Leslie's Iludget of Fun, " 1 50 HARTFORD LODGE, NO. 15G. 1 50 " l Ue Jolly Joker. a n f '.Kill W- - f . 1 If ..... I rank Leslie's Familv Herald, " 100 IM'ift send fur our new illustrated Price List Piano Tuner and Repairer, 1 00 rank Leslie's New ork Journal, " Mecta first Monday nilit in each ol tint ami Mlvcr vt aicnrs wuicn snows sizes Frank Leslie's Illustrated Almanac, 50 WITH month. JOHN 1. TRACY, V. M. and prices of abaut fifty different styles. We Frank Lislio's Comic Almanac, 15 scud it free tu any address. SAM E. HILL, Secly. Evory yearly subscriher is entitled to a & CO., . v. ft V ...j a. t joweies Lcatifut l'rrmiuui Chromo with each publica'SICE 5C" LOUlSVILTaH, KY. tion. Tho originals were designed and piiut-eiLyMau.) uth x ilb Louisville, Ivy. expressly for our mc, and the Chromos are Persons wanting instruments would do well printed in oil. exactly rcproirucin-'lvEYSTONE CHAPTER, NO. 110. to pivo me n call. Orders for tiinius left with detail thu original masterpieces of art.in everv F. N. d'HUY. Kv.. or at No. 5.1 Dercrintien of Cbromos, Publication and Jefferson Street, Meets second Mondny nitdit in each prompt attention.Louisville, Ky., wilt rcctvu lifts, with samplo jiapcrs. sent on receipt of Satirfartion guaranteed. SAM K. HILL, H. P. month. M. E. tamps for return postage. A goou stocK or Sheet 1'usiv. Instructors, Conip. 11. WEINSHKIM MElt.Sec. Violen, (luitar. Violeneelo htrinifj. Jl Aii:vrs WAXTri. Instruments of all kinds. Orders ttriLtlv at. Address. AdENCY HEPA11TM ENT. Frtnk AT THE HEIIALD Oi VICE. ier day at home. Samples tended to. .eslie's Piiblisliimr House. 537 Poirl StrcDi. i.oih;u .UEsrriNus. Manufacturers ami TO THIS STATEMENT AND THE MACHINE ITSELF Single copies, one year $2 00 I 80 Six copies, one year, Ten copies, or over, one Tear........... 1 75 OM PSON, X. F. Addrees Editor and Proprietor, Louisville, Kemit by postofiice money order, raftd or registered letter. TEEMS. fli I. O. O. IP. 158. CLOCKS. i t? r ty tf tf tf Now Yorlc mid GOLD SILVER WATCHES Lever-watche- s, Key-nicdiStem-windi- aitia-winu-i- I. O. u, T. NOTICE. Cu-be- Illustrated Publications TF'zrtxx Isl Leslie's - post-offic- Sawl-tltctw- - Y. JOHK H. DEAN, 1 I- To the IVorking C'luvs. We can furnish you euplojtnuit at which yon can tnako very Urge pay, in your own Idealities, without away from home over night. beie in every town and county to take subscribers fur Tho Centennial Record, the largest publication in the United States IS pages, ot columns; Elegantly Illustrated ; Terms only $1 per year. The Record is derated to whatever is of interest connected with the Centennial year. The Great Exhibition at Philadelphia is fully illustrated ia detail. Everybody wants it. Tho Tch1 people feel treat interest in their Count-- . ' Cerrcnnial Birthday, and waatto know ,'. a'.'Htit. An. elrgant patriotic crayon drav ,n premium suiuer-ber- . picture is presented free to esi-It is entitled, "In rememberanee of the t'cc Hundredth Anniversary of the Independeoteof Sise, 23 by 3i inches. the United States-- " Any one can become a successful agent, for but show the paper and picture and hurdreij or subscribers are easily obtained everywhere. There is no holiness that will pay like this at the present. We have many agents who arc making as high as $20 per day and upwards. Now is the time : don't delay. Remember it costs nothing to give the business a trial. Send for our circulars, terms, and sam-pcopy of paper, which are sent free, to all Complete oatSt free who apply ;do it to '.hose who decide to engage. Farmers and mechanics, and their sons and daughters make the verj best of scents. Address, Agents-wantelo d THE0. GREEN v2nl ly tup nvvTPvvrii.nrrnRn Portland, M. m K. 3S. -'- d " ...... Row Steam Saw Mill, . .11 S.i2Z8.c3.rs EXECUTED TTitli of Job OTr32?!. E. A. BUKGE, Pros. JIlllTTOOtl. 3u DISPAT0H . It . T.O v worth Co., Portland, Maine. V ()A $1 free. Smson Address F.N.iPlIUY, New York. Cluverpart, Ky. xsr Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. Can furnish all Linds of DUILDIXO LUJf- BER on Siioeiest None, at lowest Cashr nrices. Office at Steam Saw Mill, Ennch' Switch, one lailo east of Jiillwcod, Graysoo. county, Ky.